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LJ iwiin Jur r mf0mmmmqm w SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbTing at His Bnok 100 A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 5 STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW lias been indicted for having threo living wives Tun body of Caleb Waldron who was drowned at Maysville recently was re- Â¬ covered at Charleston Bar During a thunder storm at Louisa last week John Mills aged 55 was struck by lightning ami instantly killed A 1891 A NUMBER 11 NO PAY NO touisauuss TBAU Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK Hardin county preacher Largest Stock prominent trad- Â¬ er of Lancaster died of heart disease at diana recently the ago of G8 He leaves two sons and The San Franciscp Alta tho first a daughter daily paper published in California has John Mardin a prominent citizen of suspended publication Hartford committed suicide by taking Tho Yalo collcgo graduating class of morphine A reverse in a lawsuit is sup 91 have decided to wear cap and gown HONEST VALUES posed to have been tho cause on commencement day to the late Gov Luke Thr monument Tho Florida legislature adjourned j LOW PRICES HICH GRADES j P Blackburn was unveiled at Frankfort sine die after electing Senator Call and last week General Basil Duke Judge listening to an address from him Beckncr and others made addresses A R Hill a prominent lawyor of At the second annual commencement Danville 111 has been indicted for steal- Â¬ of the Winchester Female collcgo the ing and burning a Justices docket graduates were Misses Mamo Hunt Eva Strawberry festivals are all the rago Talbott Eva Donaldson and Kate Prico in Cincinnati and watermelons on ico ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO MAIL At HopkinBvillo the libol suit of C G arc served to guests at tho leading hotels Christian of Todd county against the Hon David Butler tho first gover- Â¬ Courier Journal company re- Â¬ nor of Nebraska died suddenly at his Louisville P wTwV JWK fWvl W iWR WdP rtR sulted in a verdict giving Christian 2000 homo near Pawnee City of heart failure br j damages DEALER IN Michael Krabill of Mansfield Ohio Bill Carpenter who fatally knifed ended a three weeks sprco by dying sud- Â¬ Hardware Queensware Tinware Agricultural Implements Jack Tracy at Camp Nelson gave himself denly It is belioved ho committed sui- Â¬ v6 up at Nicholasville He appeared to bo cide Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows Vulcan justifiable and was released on his own A colored thief named Patterson Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and recognizance B F Avery Sons Steel Plows Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill Mowers who shot several men before ho was cap- Â¬ Canor Roberts charged with the Cc lumiii a Tig er and Granger Sulky side Plows Hay Rakes murder of Joel Parks at Lowell is under tured has been lodged in tho Knoxvillo Improved Malta Double Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows arrest at Lancaster Parks was killed Tenn jail and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Rev J T Spense president of the Oliver Chill while attempting to arrest Dan Roberts Repairs Fish Bros Celeurated Wagons Grant memorial university atKnoxville Stoddards New Climax and Tioeii Jones U S Standard 5 Ton WagonÂ¬ for grand larceny Presbyterian General Tenn has been deposed for inattention The Cumberland Scales price 60 with a written guarDisc Harrows antee for 5 years Assembly which has been in session at to his duties Evans 2 horse Corn Planters Owensboro adjourned last Thursday and While tho clerks of S Bosh commis- Â¬ The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky decided to meet next year at Gainesville sion merchant at Ft Wayne Ind wcro Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty Texas on the third Thursday in May busy a thief stolo from the office -- 50 in M n James Layton Subscribe for The Herald only 1 a aro compelled to collect year It gives all tho nows subscriptions promptly to ena Â¬ Tho wheat crop just harvested in ble us to meet our expenses and wo hope Texas is said to bo immense all may ronow promptly In Bclf defense The Pennsylvania legislature has wo must drop from our list all who do not do so without furthor notice passed a bill providing for a constitution- Â¬ al convention J8QT- - YOUR SUBSCRIPTION -Livo turtles somo as largo as a mans hand fell during a thunder storm in In Â¬ PAPER IF MjHWo t 1st of if Expire 189 Tort Thanking you for past patronago and hoping you will renew wo remain Very rcspcefully yours SPENCER COOPER PRESS COMMENT When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call Harrison Courier John Young Brown has tho personal magnetism tho popu- Â¬ larity and tho ability to cause overy Democrat in tho Stato to voto tho ticket in August Frankfort Argus Tho sentiment of the pcoplo was so Btrong for tho nomina- Â¬ tion of Hon John Young Brown that tho opposition could not combiuo or do anything to defeat him Ho was a favor ito from the start Dover News Ho is an accomplished orator and was by great odds the best selection beforo tho convention Mr Brown emerges from his successful can Â¬ vass with clean nands and will receive united party respect and support JV 9 Â¬ Fark City Times This tho year bo fore tho great Presidential fight should inspire us to work harder than wo ever have before and if wo will tho result will bo that Kentucky will show up a Democratic majority of at least 95000 loots all get down to hard work and win a great and glorious victory Owensboro Inquirer Headed by tho chivalric and gifted Brown wlios il quenco and statesmanship t highly commended and suppum 14 ft out by able honest and capable moo it can not fail to awaken tho hourHosl m y port of all who believe in fru Mipu vu of Tho People in tho adnju ririVir of tho Government both Federal ajidtatc f East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY The old family residence of Georgo cash and Lyne situated one mile north of Nicho Â¬ lasville with its contents was destroyed by fire last week supposed to have caught from sparks from a passing C S train The Board of Directors of the schools of Winchester have elected Prof A C Flcshman of Indiana as principal and Misses Alice Ramsey Fannie Grigsby Mary Glancy and Nora Wilkerson as assistants At Paducah recently Charles Hong the celestial proprietor of a laundry and Miss Lula Matins a young white woman of good repute and attractive face wcro united in marriage by n Justice Tho wedding followed a clandestine courtship An attempt to burn tho toll gate on the Hopkinsvillo and Clarksville turnpike was made one night last week Combustibles saturated in coal oil were piled around the building and set fire to It was with difficulty that the flames were extinguished It was tho work of incendiaries Solomon Spratt who lives a few miles east of Owingsville went to work in his cornfield tho other day and hung up his vost a pocket of which contained 800 of tho old mans hard earned sav- Â¬ ings At noon when ho went to put on his vest to go to dinner he found the pockets turned wrong sido out and his monoy gone No clow to the thief One day last week Deputy Jailer Joel Parke of Madison county went to Gar- Â¬ rard county to servo a warrant on a man named Roberts for stealing Roberts started to run Parke shot at him and a brother of Roberts camo out and shot Parke Roberts got behind a tree and Parke fired five shots into tho tree At midnight Parko died In the United States court at Coving- Â¬ ton Ike Crockett was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary Ho is the man who for tho past two years has been swearing before United States Commis Â¬ sioners that certain parties sold whisky without a license When ho appeared in court he would swear just directly the opposite and tho grand jury indicted him with tho above result Â¬ Â¬ 150 in checks HAZEL GBEEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DEALER IN COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds t7V3ulfll0BSwtfTp3BBHHBlwnTnBMaVnirnw am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZKS from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish eoflins cheaper than you can buy the trimmings Frice of Collins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver collins cheap 2ul FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED I can or fpmtflQTnTCnQt My arrangements are such thatMarble furnish Tombstones the J Will DO 1 Jn iliO Monuments from any kind of or Granite and at J W CKAVEN very lowest prices Very respectfully fcc I izirTr DRALKR IN General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY JESTCarries 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 be sure and give him n call and youll save money JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON aiOiiAP Has w -- Vlntem dealers in- - Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY care and attention in compounding None hut pure medicines and drugs used flThe prehcriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given Hpecial lv T BW For Lodges of all kinds printed in the best style and at the lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By Laws a neat little book of JO pages 4xflJ inches with n neat cover 100 copies propnid by mail for only 1000 This book contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu Â¬ neral Services at the Grave Ac o and all reasonable T i i onibiiirr tlm nwlnr J nnrl fnr mmv nf thn i i onanges will no mauo in suit wu ibu now if you want to save money book and mnko your order IAW - Write Us for Any Kind of Printing You Need HERALD Hanoi Green Address THE Ky Be ford Horn of High Bridgo and Miss Martha Winkle of tho same place were married at Nicholasvitto last week Along with tho Horn Winkle wedding party were tho father and mother of tho bride several lady companions and tho grooms gentleman friends At the Cin Â¬ cinnati Southern depot waiting room a lively scrimmage ensued between old man Much Winkle and his new confusion reigned for awhile son-in-law To Old Point Comfort ami Iteturo On Tuesday July 21st a special train will bo run to Old Point Comfort from Lexington under tho auspices of tho Main street Christian church Only 11300 for the round trip and special low rates at tho Hygcia Hotel for those who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this will bo tho cheapest and most desirable excursion from Lexington this season Tickets good to return until August 8 and holders may stop at any of tho Vir Â¬ ginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular see or address tragedy any railroad agent or An Italian gardener named Pcppino G W Barnev Talagiro living near Denver Colo while W H BOSWKLL in n quarrel with oys shot and mortal G A DeLono ly wounded Coonoy Glance aged 20 Ho OHAS L BROWN General Passenger was ipirsued to the river which ho atÂ¬ Agent Lexington Ky tempted to swim and was drowned Two prisoners in tho Cincinnati jail A Nnvor FhIIIiik llnmcriy quarrelled whilo in tho corridor They Meorimine the only permanent cure proceeded to sottlo their differences by for all forms of headache and neuralgia fighting a duel squirting tobacco juice relieves tho pain in from 15 to 3QV min Â¬ at each other They wero finally forced utes For sale on positiva guarantee at into their cells after they had soowercd The Herald office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price-r-5- 0 the guard with the filth cents a hox Â¬ of Mechanics burg Ohio took somo patent medicine for headache Three doctors finally suc Â¬ ceeded in saving his life At Greencastle Ind Willie Shild myer undertook to climb on a Monon freight train when ho fell beneath tho wheels and was killed instantly At Breckenridge Colo at tho Little Corporal mine three men Win Bark lie John Dierks and B Benson lost their lives Their deaths resulted from foul air Tho military at Spandau have just forced 150 penniless Russian emigrants who were journeying to the coast with the intention of embarking for Brazil to return to Russia Mrs Hannah Griffith brought suit at Danville Ind against Mrs Sarah Roitzel for 5000 damages for alleged slander The jury awarded her damages in tho sum of 1 Six tramps boarded freight trains at Ashtabula Ohio and beforo they wero driven away badly injured Conductors Georgo Shepard and John Burns Two of tho tramps wcro captured Gen John B Gordon of Georgia has issued an address to tho Confcderato veterans association urgiugtho necessity of subscribing funds for tho proposed monument to Jefferson Davis Henry Goodwin arrested at Parkers burg W Va for breach of peace proves to bo a deserter from the regular army Ho was turned ovor to tho government authorities at Columbus Ohio Four of tho most noted bank thieves of tho country Watt Jones alias Stet son alias Simpson George Walsh alias Watson John Murphy and John Mor gan were captured at St Louis Squire Choato aged 58 of Texas has just ventured back into his old haunts and is under arrest for a murder in which he was concerned in 1858 Thoro is but one living witness to tho William Burnside i n n Maysville Commonweal Thn nomina Â¬ tion of Hon John Young Brawn yr Govoruor is a proclamation J a the Hto that tho best elements of the wi in the mastery in tho convention Hst purity and poise of character Jus jjn talcnts his scholarly attainments and A sedulous dovotlon to tho proK command for himself tho confident itiJ admiration of patriotio citizens of every class and party pty - Danvillo Advocate Hon Charles R Long of Louisville Chairman of tho Democratic Convention made a most elegant presiding officer His rulings wcro just prompt and decisive He had his preferences as a matter of course but whatever they were his conduct in tho chair certainly concealed them and in his course from start to finish was free of all projudico and without a semblance of favoritism ONLY 1300 K V4 Hazel Geeen Herald 8PEN0ER COOPER Fr Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN - Juno 5 1891 ubsonco nt college mid tliiM in another ritnto had permitted tlmo to work a wondrous- chnngo iu tho old familiar land marks Ho wan mnrching along with head bowed lost in pulnful roverie oblivious to tho hoavy tread of two hundred fcot behind him when a voicoHUddonlysaid Muhsu why didnt yo burn dat housel Ho looked up aud to his intense umazo Â¬ mont ho snw the negro Bluckhawk bare headed and baro footcd tramping along at his Hide Ulnckliiuvk had an odd way of dis appearing and appearing when least ex pected Ho Heenied to havo tho faculty of being nnywhoro in u moment lilnckhawk what nro you doing here ho asked havo you run away from your Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - rlpo beans A huiutuwur tui uud Its bold faco to tho king of light and a shred of gold upon tho tall ntulk murks whero a butterfly lingers unconscious of danger Tho lambs uro bloating in tho far off pastures and the gentlo lowing of cattlo on tho distant hills reaches tho car of tho Holdler and bocui maddening when ho contemplates what is soon to follow Thoro nro no Blgns of carnage but overy thing betokens the peaco nud rcposo of n delightful Snbbath morn Luko moves or from tho cornfield into a peach orchard Tho trees Bccra groaning under their bur den of luscious fruit Ho could not resist tho temptation to pick up ono of tho great rlpo peaches which fell at his feet uud cut doublo bnrrolcd shut guns cooked and Luko began to fear that ho would bo powor Icas to prevent nu uttack It was LIIUob brother hia beat friend what waa ho to do Do wo moot nn friends or foea Albert Noff naked Wo aro but half a dozon who havo left tho malu body of tho army to enre for a wounded comrade you aro fifty butifyousuy battlo to tho death so shall It be Kindlon flro wring tho necks of tho chick ens nnd do whatever Is required but do no diunugo to tho property unless sho is stub born and refuses to prepare our breakfast CONTINUIM NKXT WIMCK Â¬ Â¬ r Are broken down from overwork or household cares robulldft tho system aids digestion removes ex- coss of bile and cures malaria net the genuine Many Person Browns Iron Bittern CHAPTER VI ON TO RCUIONT - wBa LUKE MASON ffi rv A fc t- ft Thrilling and Romantlo Btory of tho Lato Civil War II Y JOHN II MUSICK DRomsn Against DnornER lumon or K IIKLKN LAKEMAN DANKER nilD and Other Btorieb Copyrighted 1S9J WALTKK UKOWI tr BEDFORD I CONTINUED Noxt morning by liberal foraging thoy procured a Bufllciont supply of provisions Lukos company wns sont in tho advance when tho march began and ho solccted n sergeant with a dozon mon to go ahead giving him particular instructlona to rccon noltor well and report tho first sign of an onoiny that wan seen Thoy had not gono a milo boforo ho hoard a shot followed by two more in quick BUCcoBsion Ho hurried forward with all poasiblo speed and when ho hud reached tho top of tho hill ho cumo in full view of a iargo elegant farm houso in front of which waved a Con f odora to Hug His ad van co guard stood huddled to gether about a hundred paces from tho gato at which was a bountiful young girl of oighteon clad in spotloss white waving a revolver in tho air Whats tho matter 1 Captain Mason aakpd That ar socosh galBbcen ashootln at us an wo una war a talkln o shootin back tho sorgoant answered Havo you soon any mon around Â¬ Â¬ 1 I w 4No down on ladios No but So Then dont ttro Wo aro not making war that socosh flags got tor cotuo to lowor it shall I will ask tho young lady Sho it shos moanor than ordering his mon to romain whoro thoy wore ho went toward tho houao What do you want horol tho protty girl domandod her bright bluo oyes Hash Â¬ ing flro Thorowas somothlng about her horolc and grand to Luko oven though sho was an enemy to hia country Ho felt strangely movod iu hor proaenco and had ho not known that his hoart was true to Lillio ho would havo half bolievod that ho had fallen in lovo with tho protty rebel at Nothing Ho answered Then go on sho cried I havo corao to givo you somo advice I dont want It but tho muzzlo of her pistol was loworcd and ho cumo up quito Go on oloao and loaned on tho gato post go on ydu thlovin vagabond Youqg lady I honor any person who do fends thioir principles I would not call a Confodorato a thief unlosa I know ho was ono liutyou havo plonty of theivos iu LinÂ¬ pizen That is tho roason you fulled to compro- Â¬ mise matters with nor suid Luko and wont do t I know that ar galn first sight colns abolition army You speak too truly Thoro nro thiovos and plunderers In ourown little bund 1 was forced to knock ono down and bayonet an other only yesterday to savo tho house of a Southern man from boing burned But I am not a thief Her oyes drooped whllo a faint flush swept over her pretty face Taking this as a favorablo sign Luko con- Â¬ tinued It is my determination to protect your home from destruction Our men half a thousand strong aro coming but I am able to save your houso from boing burnod and yourself from lnsulta Will you lot mo the houso Yoa sho answered faintly Thon run down that flag aud X carry it to Nobody shall touch it if you will tnko it down If you dont thoy will not only tuko it down but burn your houso and I could not promise to shield oveu yoursolf from harm Thoso men aro raw recruits somo your acquaintances and personal ouomioa I want to savo you from thorn if you will Never I tguchea it will shoot the first man who let ma It By this tlmo sho was weoptng and ho continued urging hor assuring hor that bio did no violence to hor pri uciplos and after a stubborn rosistanco sho yioldod to pru dence and with hor own hands ran down the flag and curried it in tho houso Luko detailed Arkansaw Tom Nod Cot ton Bill Suow and Corporal ilax who had at their own roquost boon transform to his company to guard tho houso Ho know they could be doponded upon in such an emergency as he had seen thorn thoroughly tried tho day bofore Tho protty robol touched by tho almost brotherly conduot of hor ouomy asked hia name and assured him that sho would nevor forgot him He was strangely impressed by tho beau tlful girl and at parting folt us if ho was taking loave of a sister A sister Ah what kuow he of tho lovo of a Bister or mother A waif of tho Hood an unknown foundling the myatory of whoso life might afany moment be swallowed up iu tho red tide of war Â¬ Â¬ I f OnAPTElt V Amends or xnehibs yn hot until he had resumed his march Jfctlfc aead of his company that Captain Vf ay to blame himself for notlmv Mr mmf the same ef the fair rebel who Mi to 4tejpty tu pressed him The peo sew CM tip smmm were probablyInto wucomers h4 infew years before countryalmost ererjr mm txua part of Um But lly Tholr lino whichis now visiblo somo distance cither way ho wns glad to co wa at that house unbroken Tho hungry soldiors were do Blackhawkf asked tho young Captain fix vouring the peaches many of them proba ing his keen bluo oyos on tho negro Black bly taking their laat meal A white puff of smoke issued from the hawk recoiled Btrangoly as if ho had suddonly been touched with n hot iron The fcuco below tho orchard Tho enemy lias Captain puzzled at his strange demeanor at lust been found Another another uud anothor Bhot rang out repented tho question Steady dont shoot until you boo your Yob nuiBsn 1 knows cm ho said doy man cried tho Captain Tho firing is all Bcccsh seemed to como from a bunch of tull weeds What is tholr namol Morgan iimssa dat galn faddor an and grass down under tho hill Steadily bruddor am bolt in do rebel nriny nn tho lino of skirmishers crawled forward twould nsnrved um right ton buntdore straining their oyes for n sight of tho one my A fifth Bhot and tho bullet whizIn house but Im glad yo didnt do it through tho branches of tho troo nbovi Why I Jos causo Im glad you didnt Some- Lukos head brought down half a dozen rosy chooked pouches and n shower oi body ortor do t an somo un will mobbo Look hero you black rascal if I hoar of leaves Luko know tho shot wns aimed ut him you burniuguny houses lllhavoyou shot I soo tho skunk who shot at you Cap Do good Lord bless you massa I wont said Arkansaw Tom who was but a few deed I wont shall I fix Mini Tho Captain walked on with his head feet on Lukos loft Of course Tom if an onomys in sight bowed trying to mako out tho character of tho negro Ho had been tho slavo of Mr try your skill Arkansaw took a stop asido and laid hi Ncfl for twenty years and ho had known him over siuco boyhood but there had al long riflo by tho side of a peach tree A ways seemed to bo somo doop mystery con- Â¬ moment later thoro cumo n sharp report nected with him There was something In followed by a yell from tho tall grass his naturo unfathomable When next ho and rosin woods and a man sprang hall way to his feet and foil back kicking and looked for Blackhawk ho had vanished As tho little army advanced their num struggling Shot aftor shot rang along tho skirmish bers continued to hourly increase until they had over a thousand men with indifferent lines and tho bullets whistled liko hail arms uud still moro indifferent discipline among tho trees Lie low koopcloso to tho ground said Cairo was forty miles away when thoy reLuko ceived information that Jeff Thompson Skirmishers soon loarn that art Tho with a forco of robots fur superior to their own was bolwoen them and their haven firing becaiuo general and in a fow mo of safety Colonel ltiehurd Oglosby with n ments tho enemy began to fallback That splendid Illinois regiment was somewhere uneasy dread which posaossed every man in their neighborhood but despite ovory ef- ntlirat disappeared as tho onemy begun to fort mudo ou the part of Colonel Smart he full back and with wild yolls tho skirmishfound it impossible to communicate with ers pressed on Fearing tho consequences of hurling a him Among tho recruits received on tho march skirmish lino against a lino of battlo Luke woro about two hundred mounted men ordered a halt Not over one half obeyed and tho others with tho cavalry dashed whom they used us scouts and foragers Captain Henry Smurt hud been choson pell mcll upon tho enemy whom thoy found Colonel but us yet no commissions hud in solid phalanx in a field just boyond the boon grunted any of tho officers owing to orchard fenco A volley ilko a thunderclap somo disagreement between the Governor shook tho earth strowlng tho ground with and General Fremont Colonel Smart had dead and dying men and horses Tho sur- Â¬ all tho officers of tho regiment summoned to vivors fled and Captain Mason had all ho hia headquarters ono morning and with a could do to prevent a panic but ho at last checked tho headlong flight of tho most imfuce that was vory earnest said Boys woro goln to smell gunpowder petuous and tho firing was resumed ut long boforo tho day is done Tho rebels aro ubout range Crouching closo to tho ground the skirthree miles from hero ou a furni and waitin mishers crept to tho fenco and opened flro on to cut us off ono of tho robots who returned it and bullots How many aro thoy in numbor whizzed liko hail alout them tho officers asked I swow Capn wo cant stand this Dont know butthoyre reported about long said Arkansaw Tom who was crouchthroo thousand strong Woro A sllouce ensued Then ono of tho officers ing in a fonco corneron Lukes loft realizing that thoy were in a poor condition a flghtin tho hull bilin o em Tho Captain was about to givo tho ordor to fight such odds suggested that it might bo well to mako a circuit around them But to fall back whon ho hoard tho stentorian Colonel Smart shook his heud aud an voico of Colonel Smart in tholr roar shout Ou tho right by fllo into lino an bo gol sworod No fwo undertook that wod havo to dinged quick ubout it I Liko veterans tho now recruits wheeled turn back and wod liko as not meet Price aud McCullough Wovo got to get to Cairo nobly into lino and advancod to tho fenco whoro General Grant and Gonorul Proutiss row In a momont both lines of battlo were Whistling nro and thou wo 11 bo ablo to whip all the wrapt in flamo and smoko shots dying groans tho cries of tho robots in tho country You meun that wo must cut our way wounded and the shouts of tho combatants through tno rebels sent to head us off I mingled with tho incossaut rattlo of small arms awed all poacoful sounds of naturo to said Luke silonco Thats it Captuin Tho Union forces soemed roused to a Tho sooner wo got at it tho bettor for pitch of onthuslasm bordering unto frenzy thoy aro reinforcing ull tho timo Tho others woro of tho sumo opinion and Their only hope was to break through the oachofficor was instructed to soo ttiat his onemys ranks and press on to Cairo The men woro in tho best condition possible for rebels astounded and dismayed at tho vigor- battle A fow minutes were given to tho inspection of guns and to soo that all woro supplied with ammunition aud tho forco moved on tho cavalry considerably iu tho advuueo It was a bright autumn morning The night hud been slightly chilly but us tho sun roso tho dow ovuporuted uud it grow aultry Captain Mason who was well in advance found himself descending a wooded slope while out on his lofi was a long level strotch of land with vast corn and wheut fields cut up aud broken by lunes and rouds with hero aud thoro beuutiful farm houses Thoy could Only occaalouully catch a glimpse of tho valloy below for as thoy wound down lift v l tho ruigo road thoy woro most of tho time in by green walls of tall trees and shut thick bushos Ou oithor sido of them tho r f i mv rldgo sunk away into deep rocky raviuos tho sides of which woro covered with such a dense uudorgrowth that tho bottom could JAI not bo soon Tho rond ut last mndo an abrupt turn ARKANSAW TOOK A STEP ASIDE AND RAISED whoro tho ridgo terminated and descended UI3 RIFLE into tho valloy below Just as Luko at tho ous assault from a forco whoso numbers heud of Ids company reached tho crest of all tho hill distant shots beyond tho first farm thoy hadbeganalong underestimated gavo way and a retreat which threateuod house in tho valloy reached his ears Horaomon could bo Been galloping up and to bo a panic A small body of Confederate cnvnlry was down tho lanon and for somo time it was soon to turn off to tho loft and outer a Impossible to distinguish friend from foo milo Captain Musou drow his company up grove of treos about ono onco from tho con suggested to Mason at along tho lino of tho bluff abovo tho valloy flict Captain tho plan of cutting them off Colonel Smart so as to guard tho pass and wuitcd for tho tho Colonel who cumo galloping forwurd in and tho Colonol falling intofifty idea do mountod tailed him at tho head of tlmo to moot tho returning cavalry Th Though Luko was an men to do tho cavalry reported that tho onoiny wort Infantryman work it was an easy matter to strongly posted boyond tho first furm transfer him to tho cavalry an extra horse houso was required Lukos company with tho cavalry woro was all that went nt a gallop down a lano Away thoy deployed as skirmishers uud ordorod to ml circling about a whoatflold coining up tc vnuco until thoy cumo upon tho ouemy tho grovo whoro tho Confederates had Leen Aftor a fow words of encouragomont to Been to enter Without any precautions his men thoy descended to tho valloy and however thoy plunged poll moll into the deployed wood and soon cumo upon half a dozon Feuoos woro thrown down and through horaomon gathered about n wounded officoi tho fields woods pastures and moudows who unaUlo to go furthor wua lying on the they begun to advance ground Anothor Confodorato officer had Luko halted in a cornfield bolow a houso dismounted and waa binding up his to rccounoltor Hia forces extended on oltherslda of him and but threo or four wounds Surronderl cried Luko galloping formon woro In sight Tho old farm houso on ward with drawn sword his right had a peaceful quiet and home- cried a familiar Hold I Luko Mason liko look Tho groat dark green HtalKsol corn roao up ou overy Bldo tho blades aud voico is it you who aro hounding us to death rich stalks forming a juugl impenetrable Luke drew rein and gated upon the deto the aye Busy bees woro drowsily hum among the fiant face of the brave young officer boforo ming about from vine to vine turn His troopers crowded forward thoh cora or lighting on the heavy pods of full inaBtorl No sub I jest thought mobbo yo might need me Do you kuow tho people it Id teller yo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ myself Tho friends advanced and mot half way between their forces Leaning from his horso ho grasped tho hand of his friend who was standing on tho ground Captain Mason said Albort it will bo nil I can do to call thoso mon off as tholr blood is up nud they iro despcrnto I shall do my best though Thank you It Is all you can do This will bo tho last tlmo wo can meet as frlonds on tho Hold of carnage Though shall not ralso my hand against you my self tho conflict is too desporate for ono to screen tho other I know it Luko God bless you my friend farowoll Ono moment beforo you go whoro iB Lillio asked Luke At homo I supposo Sho was not when wo enmo by nnd 1 wantod so much to boo her If you meot hor tell her that for her sako her brothers life shall over bo Bafo But longer delay is dangerous go fly while you can Wo can not travol with him Loavo him thon No I would dio boforo I did that Who is ho Captain Jasper Morgan Tho son of Colonol Morgan Â¬ Captain Mason knew thnt if ho refused to either mako tho half dozen Confederates prisoners or shoot thorn down in their But with tracks ho would bo censured his warm sympathetic heart appealing for the brother of tho girl denror than life he determined to act military authority at de Â¬ fiance You onco had mo in your power and spared mo said tho young Captain after I an awkward sileuco of a fow seconds would bo moro than a monster to refuse you your libort Thank you Luko I dont ask this for KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAYS N HLUI5 UltASH KOUTi 7JZIZIZSEG30raz SIIOKTEdT AND QUICKEST KOUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL IOINTS NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI i i BSciiCDUiiE in Effect May 10 South Bound Cincinnati Covington No 1 Daily No 5 Daily 1891 Daily Express Fst Le Ex Sun Le 8 10 am 8 00 pm 3 00pm S 18 11 18 No Aecom Jellieo Richmond Lancaster Stanford 05 pm 50 pm MiddlesborotiLli 35 mn Cumberl and Ga p 50 pm Le Corbin 50 pm Williamsburcr 5 45 pm 3 4 7 7 4 Paris Lexington Paris Winchester Richmond Livingston Corbin Ar Le am am 8 OS 10 23 11 12 11 lOnn Warn Ar 12 1 lOnn So diii pm 3 0tpm pm 0 10pm 00 pm 7 00pm 0 15 pm 7 05 pin 7 55 pin Ar G20pm Le Ar NoitTii Bound Viw Daily Express 1 50 pm 4 45 pm O ID pin No 2 No 7 00 tO 15 4 No G Daily Daily Ex Sun am 7 50 am Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mv iiSk A Mm J i Â¬ Â¬ Was it Colonel Morgan whom wo fought It was Farowoll Again those friends ono standing in the ranks of ono army and ono in anothor clasped hands gazed for a momont into each others faces and parted ono of the Havo they surrendered cavalry offlcors naked as Luko came back to his mounted men No Its only a dotail to caro for the wounded lot them go And not mako prisoners of them Yes it is best I will be responsible if tho order is wrong To anna right about Tho cavalrymen wheelod thoir horsea about aud with tho Captain nt their head went thundoring from tho wood down the hill to tho valley bolow Shots could bo hoard a milo or so down tho valley and there boing a probability of the enemy cut ting thorn off ho had them hasten with all np Cd to tho main force As Luko dismounted from his lwrso near whero the fight had been hottest ho could tot but shudder It was tho first glimpse Tho fonco if carnngo Ho haa over had vor which tho conflict had boen was badly shattered with bullots and buck shot and in places waa completely thrown down Lying on his back upon tho lately mown aieadow was a middle aged man in his shirt decves looking liko a farmer in peaceful dumber A bullet had pierced his heart and his features woro not distorted or annatural But a fow rods away at tho rink of tho horso pond lay a red headed toy of about seventeen summers shot in ho head An old white haired man had fallon on lis faco with his gun under him Threo lead Confederates lay piled against tho once Tho Union doad twelve in numbor tay scattered about in tho corn field and poach orchard boyond Glad yor back said tho Colonol coming ip to whoro Luko stood gazing on tho Wo cant wait hero long Woro ceno mving tho dead and wounded gathered up md cared for and wo must bo goin or well iavo twenty thousand Johnny reba all iround us By tho mlddlo of tho afternoon tho littlo irniy was again on tho road to Cairo In ho hurry and confusion Captain Masons ndulgeuco to his Coufedoruto frioud waa tot roportcd Tho soldiers angorcd at tho resist inco they had met became moro op Â¬ pressive to tho peoplo whoso country hoy woro passing through Houses vcro pillaged and burned and tho mnu of ivihzntion booamo a barbarian und u rooter They woro greatly aggravated by tho aunts of tho Confederate women who vnved rebel flags in their faces and cheered Jeff Davis und tho Southern Confedor icy At such times somo forgot they woro gontlomcn and gavo insult for insult usual y leaving tho smoking ruins of u onco mppv homo as a torriblo oxamplo of foolish insolence Hundreds of frightened and oppressed Union men wero constantly flocking tothem or protection und next day after tho light Jolonol Smart hud over u thousand unarmed men who had to bo fed Having no pro- Â¬ vision train foraging becamo un ubsoluto necessity Being iu tho enemys country somo of thoso foraging expeditions werout touded with grout danger and many woro tho ridiculous adventures On tho morning aftor tho conflict in tho valloy Luko at tho head of u dozen mount Hi mon went up to u farm houso and do nnuded admittance They woro greeted by half a dozon loud mouthed dogs but uftor repeated pounding tho door was opened md a thiu visuged Ballow comploxloned woman glnred at them from a pair of green Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lc 2J2Z Stanford ez sz l Lancaster Richmond Ar PC- Le 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cinnati Daily to all points except Rowland which is daily except Sunday Runs daily from Lexington to Cin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J P ROGERS WITH JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN Manufacturers and Jobbers of GO BflllTN S HOES AGENCY WOONSOCKET RUBBER NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET 1 riTlTrtrTT DliUlXXNAU w u v EHGllSfuyillADE STEEL PENS SSPG C fJs 3r W ish Â¬ Â¬ What yor want sho asked Breakfast Luko answered Yor aberlltloii Yankees an wuaht 1 ma die If yo git it bore Oh yea wo will Luko answered push Sample Pens different patterns In ing tho door open and forcing his way in Git outn my houso ur Ill scald yor oyes sont post paid on receipt or 10 C1in out I PERRY A CO London w-824- Savo your hot water to mako coffoo ho retorted with a smile and turning to hia U S uBieo 810 Bretdwiy New York mon who hud crowded in uftor him ho m IHn it Tr aOI Now boys mako youraolf useful added iloxen or 7fip n gross Pall ud purchase md help this lady get our breakfast some you would make writing easy if Â¬ dark oyes Itf 1 i t i ifa A - T F L u DGPARcmcnc Congrossional Distriot Official Organ of the Tonth Ky - - Editor B F DAVIS of Ezol jfefJTo whom nil cominuuicntloiiH intended for this depiirtmeutshould be addressed STATE OFFICERS T T Gardner President Bardwell B F Davis Secretary Ezcl Charles Pack Treasurer Sin W M Bailey Lecturer Gold City EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE H T W R Browder C- - OlniHtead Brown Clinton J Doolin Finchvillc DISTRICT OFFICERS Rinoo President Roth well Sr A J S L Kash Sec Trcaa Omer NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L Polk Washington D C Secy J H Turner NOTICE Hereafter no indorsment of any mans candidacy for any political oflice will be published in these columns until he shall have paid the fee either to the printer or myself To do so would bo unfairly taking advantage of the publisher Only indorsements of farmers at farmers meetings inserted in thiu department under B F Davis any circumstances 10 Fees for Announcements State Officers District 5 County 3 Farewell Fare thee well and if forever Still forever fare thee well Words of emotion swell uiy bursting bosom and a cold leaden weight settles around my pericardium as these doleful words come feverish from my lips Things have not turned upaa I expected Mr Economist and we must part In part- Â¬ ing let us part in peace Fond memo- Â¬ ries still cluster around the things of beauty emanating from reason justice and liberty proclaimed from the reform press for the sake of Gods poor but I see no ladder in it to fame and wealth and renown Ambition seizes me and swallows me down To bo rich to be great and glorious to be somebody among big men that is the question Governor Swansdown met me the other day on the streets selling a few potatoes You be Harry Hinton and says Says I Yes what little is left Now Mr Hinton I want to speak to you Let us sit down on this box and have a long talk I know of uo man who has a brighter political future ahead than you if you just turn your thoughts and labor into the right channel Ive always had the greatest confidence in you and the people all admire you Sim- Â¬ ply name the object of your highest delight and aspirations in all the political offices You may not reach it with one leap but we and the people will see to it that your just deserts and merit meet with unheard of success I know it I speak from the book Ive sounded the sea and know its depths Youre wast Â¬ ing your time and labor Mr Hinton youre feeding the swine and filling your belly with the husks Too bad too bad When with your abilities and genius you could serve your country in the most ex alted capacity The wise man seizes the opportunity as it passes Once gone it may never return Suppose you go on as you are going youll leave this ball of dirt unhonored and unsung Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark unfathomed cuves of ocean bear But brought to tho light they glitter in tho coronets of tho great and good Bright- n up my good man and choose you well before Chill penury repress your noble mind And freeze the genial current of the soul for I tell you tho way is open Reach i jrth and pluck glories from the pale faced moon and drag up drowned honor by tho locks Well governor you say the way is open How and why Just this Mr Hinton There is a powerful faction rising up in this coun- Â¬ try headed by Polk and Powderly close Â¬ ly organized composed mostly of country farmers and village laborerswhich threat ens to throw our two grand old parties into tho jimjania and completely disar range the financial prosperity of our kIo rious country and destroy our liberties Ivo heard in a quiet way that you be long to this faction Knowing your abil ity as I do and your conservatism for Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho prudent must direct the current you stand in the very position to do it wo want you to write two leading de mands down tho sub trcahiiry and the land loan A man of your judgment and perspicacity must see thoy aro ruinous Take up your pen against them and your Honors will bo name will bo famous showored thick upon you If wo can cut them down on these they may rant and rave on the balanco Let mo assure you by doing this you will bo doing your country a great service and future gene Â¬ rations will rfso up and call you blessed This is your opportunity Â¬ press and havo barbecues and a splf ndid time but where can tho poor fanners and mechanics got money to defray the expenses of a campaign tho Well Governor I dont see how I can Dont you see now why I am going over consistently do this and remain in the on tho strong side tho side of tho rich order Hurrah the great and tho powerful Mr Hinton that is tho beauty of it for Georgo of Mississippi Hurrah for all Being widely known what you say Foster Hurrah for Horr of Michigan will bo now light from within Thero is Up with your hats boys shout till tho tho placo of uower No outsider can land shakes from ocean to ocean Wel Â¬ reach them Preach from tho templo come to tho chiefs who in triumph Proclaim from tho synagogue If you advance This is tho way thoy did in havo hitherto advocated these silly meas Â¬ old Cicsars day If you see a poor farm- Â¬ ures you have a right to mako an honest er or mechanic who will not cast laurels change in your views AH men will ac- in the path of his party hero scout him cord you tho right This change will kick him and put him over tho fence show you have thought more deeply and Wo know tho opposition has the mon Â¬ grown wiser Tho very thing This will ey tho officers tho grandeur and the change the opinions of thousands while sublimity but they themselves have two they expect nothing but false reasoning parties and Im not certain which one to and fraud on the part of the open enemy join right now that gets mc Some Your words coming from within will bo think they will fuse after awhilo to crush weighed for all they aro worth Dont the people down If I was certain of you see where you can bo of great service that it would not matter which to our present order and prosperity I Tis painful to part but you havo a dont wish to pcrsuado you I simply non partisan organization and this stops wish to place the matter in a clear light my wind I cant bellow for my party Who now aro our senators our cabinet as of old Where we cant bring tho officers our noble representatives and ruling party to tho Alliance we must ministers to foreign lands Men who bring the Alliance to the party or how know their opportunity i speak as a are we to get office Youre too hard on special friend I know Beveral who would the boys Mr Economist You must gladly accept your chance So I will give the boys a chance The Alliance give you a Bhort time to consider and I has a heap of votes and the smart fellow will see you again What say you who can carry over a good swig to the All right Governor Ill reflect on the party will be promoted will be lauded subject will be raised to the skies and his name Mr Economist Ivo reflected Mr will ring from shore to shore Dont John Ingalls a very great man said that you want to see your boys swim in polit Â¬ Now they have tho chance the decalogue had no place in politics ical glory Political reform is an irredescent dream let them loose See what offices and for- Â¬ Alls fair in love and war and politics tunes have been made out of the tariff And the man who would lose his sweet question Why they havo been run Â¬ heart or a battle or a fat office on ac- Â¬ ning it for nearly a hundred years and count of a tender conscience would meet still it is a good paying scheme Old with derision and scorn The proof of John Robinsons show was not half such the sayings is evident Are not Charles a success We hear theyre fixing for a Foster Secretary of tho Treasury and bigger show than ever for 92 called the Cant tariff circus with one part left out that James Blaine Secretary of State we see evidence of tho fact piled up in the poor pay as much tariff tax as the But rich nearly Theyll leave this out to See it everywhere the Senate Ingalls spoke this lamentable truth with prevent hard feelings you know be Â¬ out shedding ra few crocodile tears over cause on that jovial occasion we want the rottenness of the age Hal thats eyery man to feel on a perfect equality Take away from me this cup of bit- Â¬ what let him down If he had but said O mores O tempora all would have terness Dont compel me to say fare- Â¬ well seen where Ingalls well With one hand on the Allianco Since Ive been missed it Harry Hinton thinks ho can altar allow me to reach forth with tho put in a better deal He commends him- Â¬ other and pluck the crown so freely self to the place that Charles Foster ofTered by my party Theros the climax Since we are wasting our of glory in it and when Im in Fosters now holds ammunition on an irredescent dream place Ill collect five millions from tho Mr Economist do you blame me to go banks who have so much premium on for the office for the money for the the bonds and who have handled so many millions free of interest The trusts and glory Again on the other side they have so the favored all told shall make up a much fun Theres where all the rich boodle sum of many millions a great people are and we can afford it Well part of which I will turn over to your meet at Dclmonicos and drink wine educational fund You need it You Well pass around to Tammany next and cant disseminate the truth without it drink cogniac And if the New York If you dont fix a way so we can get it Tribune celebrates itfl birthday again those other fellows will get it and satur-Â¬ Yah ate the country with political broth and Yah well feast elsewhere Tho New York Tribune says there was bosh They have commenced their game Ajax and Hector havo put no money made up to send out his extra already Pamphlets and party to their armor on copies I simply state this in justice doctrine are scattered as thick as the that paper At the aforesaid celebration John Mc- - leaves of autumn all to teach tho peo- Â¬ Kinley said that his bill was the greatest ple that the ways of plutocracy aro the free trade bill that had ever passed Con ways of political salvation all at the expense of tho poor taxpayer Thus by gress Do you know John McKinloy Not only tho reasons aboye stated of putting me in as Secretary of the Treas corruption being the natural growth of ury our cause would receive a great lift politics and the wealthy and tho pluto- Tho wooden horse would bo brought into cratic party men being on the other side tho city Your friend would bo in tho and there being so much fun and enjoy Â¬ citidel throwing tho armor out Then ment over there makes me leave you with ten millions to educate promote but also I want to be in the great sham buy and vote plutocracy would sink battle McKinley says he is master of never to rise any more Thus wo would free trade and Cleveland says hes bully achieve a noblo victory Say you that so I want to see them lock horns I think you dont wish to put on the livery of I could clean under the feet of either of heaven to serve the dovil in The man them it dont matter which Do you who would lose a victory on account of suppose when this great sham battle his moral sentiments would be tho scorn comes off for the amusement of the and derision of history John Insalls American people that Harry Hinton being judge Besides if you do not could stand still and not take a hand allow mo to seize this advantago your Why it would place him on nettles and enemies will seizo it and wield it against Â¬ thorns This is tho way to glory This you They will not stand on moral senplaces you among the great and lifts you timent They havo as little of that as No sir tho black angels guarding tho gates of in sublimity and splendor hold mo not down Give mowings hell tho Senate being examples Success being tho end of human acLet me fly Oh let me fly Government is force says Ingalls tion we should not shoulder moro truth The government is against you tho than wo can succeed with Therefore money power is against you See the let us drop oil tho sub treasury the land ollicers in the government nro agnnst loan in fact anything which stands in you the two grand old parties are tho way of our party success and bring against you the party press is against tho party around to our way of thinking you And pray where do you look for by degrees and not jeopardize our partys True you havo three or four interests Let mo hear from you Mr hope hundred million of voters and as many Economist right away for Im rcdhot to statesmen more friends but where is your money shoulder arms under our noblo Tho other parties and work tho wires with wily wisdom to run the campaign Wont the My last wish is to compromise so as not will havo all they want Wont to hurt tho Allianco nor the party If bondholders contribute boodlo can do this I will bo everlastingly and the favored manufacturers contribute I most affectionately yours Harry Hin Â¬ Wont tho banks with sixty or boodlo ton in National Economist one hundred million a year free of inter Â¬ For additional Allianco news sco anTho partie can est contribute boodle raiso millions of boodle buy orators buy other page of this paper 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wrnifvi jut No 6 Main wot Streot WINCHESTER KY fill FURNITURE CARPETS China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING WALLPAPER two large buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city If you havent time to make the trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ cles that we carrv When you do como down make our store your head Â¬ Wo have added largely to our stock and now occupy If a -- quarters J M THE WIKN FURNITURE WM CO 1 4 KELLY President BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St Thoy are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN STATE enst of Louisville i i THE All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY DONE at the lowest livino prices J M KELLY President EAST MAIN STREET jJSTFoundry on K U RAILROAD J Oflice 99 i i J J JeJLingLClIl 2 ITtt JGLy NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Swango Arc now receiving a Fresh nml Choice Stock ot Fall REFUNDED Winter Goods c OR MONEY Ml To which they invite the attention of tho citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consistÂ¬ ing of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains JESTEVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 wuiTirr rornu unniiritPl b3 Mitnri v mipiii ffni I ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 uiu LED YEARS HAS EVERY BOTTLE GVARANTEED PREPARED BY RiCHARWON SOLD EVERYWHERE CO STLOUKMO TAYMR MED WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drag House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozon 16000 Squaro Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed CfaCTSole ERVE Kl NGI wMtt4m6 of the famous proprietors that is sold on an ahso- guarantee to cure an rains anui lute Aches I ramps arm cone uiarrnan uyfr entcrv etc Used internally and exter nally The hest Liniment in the world PRICE 25 CENTS 8 frft00fr9owomm4 aoie proprietors renowneuSS HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL ol tlio J Fok Sale by Dnuo Stores and Country Stores Everywhere INDIANAPOLIS IND 64tt0O For the permanent euro of Fains in the Hack ami nil disorders of the Kidneys nml Urinary Orgnns Thousands of ceM tificntes of tlioNo who havo used this remedy will he sent on application IUIUK iou fr3666frOfr490OO m No Price 11 v N U ft VCS3SL v -- Mi-v h 1800 at Factory coU with Order iyf tv k mm w- - is 1 Warranted Strictly rirt Cla All rccond row tli Hickory vli4 nml Tim uinil A srsifiad III X WXIYX VB Perfectly Balanced Low IJent Scat Arms Low Kiuy Kldlw Oil Tcmperod Bprhiff Iiest Wheel aud Bent All Over IF YOU CANT FIND TBBM FOR BALE BY TOOK MERCHANT Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY Doublo and Single Turnouts and Saddle 8 Horses for hire Parties convoyed to any point on reasonablo terms o will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and I solicit bualnoM of this kind Ileipeotftilly Ac JOI1N II PIERATT J H PIERATT dfff jlnRKHiBfli FOR DYMIKlMIA Uae PhyilcUni recommend It All dealer keep It tl00 per bottle aeaulae bu trade taark aud crowed red Hum oa wrapper ItrewnN Iran Itinera s fira w w Hazel Geeen Heeald SPENOER COOPER HAZEL CREEN Fit IDA Y - JllllO It niuy Houndn little menu to any We told you bo but nil will bear ua out in Editor the ueaertinn that Mr Urowna noinina- j tiou was forotold In these columns and j KY could wo but collect the small wagera 5 1891 made upon the reault wo ahould havo rrrrr ginger anapd and peanut Hufficicnt to act up a vory respectable stand OUR WASHINGTON LETTER ctaa 9 fcv rCJy Citizens Noti onm Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL DUMOGIIATIO STATU TICICKT For Ooyeriior JOHN YOUNG IJJIOWN Of Henderson County Por Lieutenant Governor MITCHELL C ALFOKD Of Bell County For Attorney General -- WILLIAM Of Fleming County J HENDKIOK For Auditor LUKE 0 NORMAN Of Uoono County For Treasurer Washington D C May 29 1891 A very prominent member of tho Far mers Alliance who doe not wish to be quoted by name at this time aaid today There- accms to bo a general misappre Â¬ hension as to tho connection of the Far Â¬ mers Alliance particularly its Southern members with tho third party move Â¬ ment a moyemont which is yet entirely deyendent upon contingencies It has been stated and restated that tiie Southern members of our organization could be relied upon to support the nominee of the democratic party in tho Presidential election Now I want to say that if Mr Clovcland or any other man who Â¬ Â¬ Mi oil lis Mk 17500000 o WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT THENRY Sr HALE 0f GrnveHCounty Of Wolfo County For ItegJator of the Laud Office GREEN BERRY SWANGO For3Sfiorintcmlent of Public Instruction ED PORTER THOMPSON Of Owen County For Clerk of Court of Appeals ABRAM ADDA MS Of Harrison County represents what wo consider tho Wall Street ideas of finance is nominated by tho Democrats that ho cannot carry four of the Southern States to save his life One of tho principal demands of the Al- Â¬ liance is free silver and unless tho demo- Â¬ cratic party nominates a man friendly to that idea you will seo the electoral votes of eight or ten of the Southern States cast for the nominee of a third party The success of this whole third party business is dependent upon the action of the old parties should one or both of them show a reasonable disposition to be fair towards the demands of the Alliance the Alliance as a body will not enter the third party movement but if Harrison aud Cleveland are to be the nominees of the old parties we will go into tho fight and I honestly believe that we can win against thoso two men Representative Jerry Simpson proposes making a free trade cauvnss of Ohio against McKinley Mr Simpson is do- Â¬ ing this on his individual responsibility the Alliance never having gone so far as to endorse free trade Not for years has so many important cases been decided at a single term of the United States Supreme Court as at the one which closed early this week The of cases disposed of was entire number 617 and among them were decisions af- Â¬ firming the right of States to tax the cars of tho Pullman Palace Car compaÂ¬ A H HAMPTON CASHIER J W POYNTER ASST 4 CASHIER ojo Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So Â¬ licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention toall buMnes entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its cus- tomers the most liberal accom- modathns consistent with cor rect bnnking business I r Atn meeting of the directors of the Hazel Greon Pair association held in Hazel Greon Monday June 1 1891 it was decided to hold the Fair for four days beginning Tuesday September 1 The- premium list for this year i3 more than doublo what it was last year and the outlook for a successful exhibition is indeed very flattering Already many who had nothing for exhibition last year nropreparing to capture premiums dur- Â¬ ing tho coming exhibition and those who secured prizes last fall will again be in tho field this year Tho directors decided U biuld a floral hall amply large for all 1 offerings and farm produce that ii jflered and this will bo of great aige to those having farm produce r ibition Purses in the speed rings 4Nvr uwm increased to a figure that will Jo entrance of somo n I the premiums on fine horses nl cattdo aro sufficiently large to fill tt with the best breeds in tho reiy tf hero will bo 2600 catalogues of iic flif Ii u iasued from thin office within rHex threo weeks and those who con oiuiuj io exhibiting either stock or prod fictf umay then see just what is to bo gaiy0ed hY putting tho best foot foro-ujo- -- eSSSs-mi i Mfc sssasragggggg M - r have beon telegraphed to the revenue cutters Rush and Bear It is believed old pretend to do that it is the same something but in reality do nothing policy that amused the rest of the world last year Nothing definite has yet been heard from Lord Salisbury as to Mr Blaines proposition for a closed season but it would be too late to enforce it anyway Call for Precinct Mooting With the consent of tho Chairmen of the various counties comprising the 34th Senatorial district a Democratic conven tion to nominate n candidate for State Senator to be voted for at the coming August election is hereby called to meet at Campton Wolfe county Ky on Fri Â¬ Do You Need If so you can Money i 19p quick-step-1H- M fi J BW I Tho nomination of Hon John Young Brownat the head of tho Democratic ticket aud Hon M 0 Alford as his lioutnant to say nothing of tho good ones to the end means tho most glorious victory for tho party that it has ever achieved Unless all signs fail the majority this year is likely to hover between 60000 and 90000 and wo should not bo thunderstruck with surprise if it reaches 100000 Eyory Democrat now has a duty to perforin and that duty is to see that his fellow citizen votes Tho ontiro army of voters should bo mustered ab sentees noted and desertions prevented It is possible to mnko the majority 100 000 and if ovcry man but does his duty the figures will hover so near that mark that tho diflbreuco will bo only nominal With tho nominees wo aro specially well pleased as both tho gentlemen who head tho ticket wcro favorites with us beforo the convention and wo should like to seo them elected by big majorities Â¬ Â¬ Commencing Saturday May 30 1891 at 9 a m at which every thing goes at reduced prices come and bring your neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary of Blue Grass for the year we will exchange goods or pay John Goff cash for live stock You can settle notes or accounts with Chmn 84th Sen Dist 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 ConHuinption Cured An old physician retired from prac- Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live Congress wo feel assured will have We shall open moro men who havo practical knowledgo tice having had placed in his hands by stock and school claims taken in exchange an East India missionary tho formula of a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawhngs of tho needs of agriculturo and wo confidently hopo that much wise and just a simplo vegetable remedy for tho speedy and Miss Lula Day winch will be fully stocked with Fine legislation will reault from their efforts and permanent euro of Consumption Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper It is not the fault of your commit- Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Sironlies Pictures positee nor your fault that wo havo not suc- Throat and Lung Affections also a and Frames etc etc ceeded in all our eflorts and wo sincere tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil ly trust that our successors may bo ably ity and all Nervous Complaints after Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and supported Wo desiro to say that very having tested its wonderful curative pow Dross Maker and wo offer Vhilo tho Republican party can hard you a City Stock to select from having a man in the ers in thousands of cases has felt it his liopo to win in tho contest for State much depends upon ly You can get as tine and stylish Millinervand Dresses here Speakers chair who is over and at all duty to make it known to his suffering offices next August nil must admit that tho friend of agriculturo ho can do fellows Actuated by this mottvo nud n as anywhere and at the very lowest prices it acted wisely in placing Hon A T times for or against our cause than any desiro to relievo human suffering I will Yours respectfully Dick moro Wood tho head of tho ticket Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ny and tho Western Union Telegraph company It isgratifying to know that wo have one legal tribunnl which does not fear tho wrath of wealthy monopolis- Â¬ the legality of the tic corporations sentences of tho murderers in New York who are to be electrocuted and the con- Â¬ stitutionality of the Original package act which it will be remembered was passed by the last Congress An address issued by the legislative committee of the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry this week has ex- Â¬ cited much interest in political circles It says in part The legislation sought must wait until the farmers learn to send fighting and faithful friends to rep- Â¬ resent their interests in Congress Friends without courage and push are only in tho way where reforms aro Tho furmers may be slow sought too slow in starting into a campaign in their own defense but onco the battle commences they will never give up the struggle until tho right prevails When Congress again assembles tho farmers will pitch their tents nlongsido tho capi tol and renew tho contest Tho next day June 2G 1801 at 12 oclock m Mass meetings aro also hereby ordered to be held in each voting precinct thro out the district on Saturday June 20 at such hour and in such manner as the county committees may determine Each precinct will send three delegates to the County convention to bo held at the Court House in each county on Monday Juno 22 to elect delegates to attend the District convention at Campton Each county will bo represented in the District convention by one delegate for each electoral vote such county is entitled to in State conventions and one al- Â¬ ternate delegate for each voto Each candidate in tho district convention will bo allowed his strength in each voting precinct and county convention Â¬ get something better than dollars from us of the K TJ li 11 to Jackson has cut us oft The completion from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties East and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will render our patrons happy and make competition howl We offer to Country Merchants Extra Inducements and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail East or West North or South up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH at bottom bargains as will till every department New Fresh Seasonable Choice and Cheap We can astonish you with lines of CHEAP TABLES covered with goods at half prices A new departure And more than this we will have ii i Auction Replarlj Brar Satcdar i i at Wood aa ho is familiarly called by his friends will poll moro Republican votes than any man that could havo been named for Governor and ho stands so well with Democrats that ho enjoys their full respect Especially is this tno caso in Eastorn Kentucky Tho fact that ho is a self made man aud not egotistically enthusiastic over his maker- - naturally attracts men to him and if ho should increase tho vote of his party no ono who knows tho man will bo surprised A a citiaen he is a clever social accom modating gentleman aud as a politician fcdrljr ooparvative daisy he for instance Uektt Aint other ten men in Congress Tho farmers should therefore uso their inllucnco to secure n favorablo man as speaker of tho aoxt House It seems to havo been settled that Commissioner of Pensions llaum will havo to go as soon as his successor can bo found and it is now thought that ho has been found in tho person of First Depu Â¬ ty Commissioner Davidson n New York- Â¬ er who is understood to havo heavy pol itical backing It is a thankless position at best and any man will do well to think twico boforo accepting it Our policy in Behring Sea this year has at last been determined by tho Cabi several pro The Democratic not and Mr Harrison after sailing instructions longed sittings and send freo of charge to all who desiro it this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A Noyfs 820 Powers Block Rochester N Y 4yl A No im ml cf tit HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY wait CO m Improvement The Ezol Mill company are pulling down their old buildings and making considerable improvements adding wool carding machinery which will soon bo MT KY in operation and as Stephen Pobworth nd 1troiinge of Mountain Merchants reCl of Owsley county ono of tho oldest and uuiy voUtfiteti and full satisfaction guarantee fcl4l most experienced carders in this country will take chargo of this department acknowledged 00 vcr l H thoso patronizing them in this lino may A T jTI l9 9ny 1 lmi Io today tho lJ rest assured of perfect satisfaction 8tf in Kentucky faulwcribo now mid catch tho good things Ppw published year this it contain TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS STERLING THE HER Hj M iBKWigJ v ts nqrdT twy-n-f- - r- - J f T v1 TIJ TI v f IpPjWWW WTOIWvfjijioiiMiMiji3CA- - wbwiu uui i jw agcwiwgewuwaipncioawcnochaBaj On A Grniid Invention Democratic Mnn 31eutlii Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of the eighth page of our paper today III II the Democratic Committee of tho 31th i iriuit- -Miitm t li ii ii nil otltti- intours tin tbu will be found a column of testimonials Senatorial t hit District the Democrats of Win to the worth of Dr Dyes Voltaic Belt State mill merchants in Mt StorlliiK ilium Louisville ami and Suspensory Appliance as a remedy Wolfe county will meet in Mass Conven Â¬ Chester Lexington niiti will Hllfl It Till iihst mkuium iiirouj n for difease To this voluminous testi Â¬ tion at their respective voting places in which to secure Mountain Trade mony we wish to add our own In 1882 each voting precinct in Wolfe county on ADVERTISING RATES THANH KNT after suffering the most excruciating pain Saturday June 20 1891 at 2 oclock i Advertisements inserted tor lth than m The county committeeman of each months will be 7 cents an incli for tliu tlrst from a compound fracture of the spine insertion ami - cents mi iiieh lor each sale coupled with rheumatism and vainly precinct will be chairman of said conven Â¬ sciitaut insertion Â¬ tion if present if not they will organ Â¬ rirAii TiivxHiKST AnvKirrisiNO must seeking a relief for six months we pur ize by electing a chairman and secretary chased Within Belt and Suspensory Hi IAII IN ADVANCK STANMIINO ADVKItTISKMKNTS forty eight hours from the time we began and when organized they will by a fair f 1 inch lJ months 12 oO using it we felt like a new man and count and standing vote take the vote iiw 15 IK inches since that time we have continued to uso of all Democrats present for State Sena- Â¬ IS 75 inches The chairman will state the name 22 K them semi occasionally and always with tor fi inches 2 00 the best results t itlillic o also induced of each candidato before the people ask Â¬ We have Liberal rates on larger advertisements some fifty persons to procuro them and ing their endorsement After tlie vote made known on application of icspect etc e a in no instance have we ever heard of a is taken they will elect three delegates Obituaries tributes line Count hix words to the line ami semi complaint as to their efficacy Try one from each precinct to attend a delegate money with the manuscript We will write if you are afilictcd and you will never county convention to meet at the Court obituaries and publish at 6 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among regret the cost House in Campton on Monday June 22 reading matter 10 cents n line with a dis 1891 to elect delegates to represent count of 25 per cent where they run a month Change of Time Wolfe county in the 31th Senatorial disor more Our young friend John GofT chair Â¬ Marriage and death notices not exceeding trict convention on tho 2Gth day of June man of the 34th Senatorial District Demten lines solicited and published fiikk 1891 The chairman and secretary will j5aJ liMS If01t HKOlTIAn AVKRTISIM ocratic committee writes us a postal QUAUTKI11A ON DKMAND JAYAIUK certify to tho County committee the SPEsVER COOPER from Jackson saying that the district Address number of votes cast at each precinct Ky IIael Green convention to be held at Campton comes meeting for each candidate on Thursday the 26th hist instead of Joseph C Lykins ANXOUSCEMKNT Friday the 2Gth This is calculated to Chmn Dem Co Com GEORGE We are authorized to announce cause confusion and inasmuch as his W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of to action of the Dem home paper and The Herald have both flillmoro Gleanings Wolfe County subject ocratic party published the time as the 20th as per By order of the Commander of Post YU iliu illllll7 r r his own copy in our case it looks like No 20 G A R memorial services were CONULETON as a candidate ior oner h to the action of th Friday ought to be settled upon ns the held at the graves of Esq A J Lindon Wolfe county subject jjcmocrauu puny time However if the delegates attend and Charles Little on May 30 to com ncj t nnmTlTH nf Ti nnnntv on Thursday and the counties are not all memorate their death and suffering ns l 3iniiitn III this tl ii II vaiiuniiliu iui mv- Snn a Wo think m m n n represented the matter can then be ad soldiers of the late civil war uisinei suujwi 4i Mik 34th Senatorial11 justed by an adjournment to Friday of the Democratic party it is right that the living should pay Hazel Green Herald IfKlllilttllll Wlllftf MolLHIl 1 -- - -- - Carding Machine Wolff ami adjoining counties Unit we have rented Wo wish to notify the of CAMPTON ltions Who Killed I THE CARDING MACHINE Wo are nt Cnnmtflii Kv for tills Reason iil1 tni4Iki IIIV in tt1i t lift In rvi wtfl nIMIIn I ti it l Mill ii Hk II If lllllll tin UltIV III1IV til H ready lor cardini by Monday May lath Vi luivo Iintilnvoil lames A Sihmi 1S1 eer who liai formerly run tlie inaeliiiic and wo guarantee Hntisfaetion Tlio prices will he the same as tlioy have heen Parties coining from a distance will lie accommo dated if possible with their carding to take home with them Wo solicit the patronage 4 m 1 I Â¬ Is a question hard to answer But as to who is selling the cheapest goods in Hazel Green is easily told of the public lespcetfiilly 1 POTTS BAILEY ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 1892 HFPIERATT5C0 arc closing out If Low Prices are what you want we have got them HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIItST TKKM UKUIXrf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MONDAY Rnteti SEPTEMBER 7 1891 of Tuition per Mouth 100 XJ 150 and 200 half on entering School Â¬ Wo are going to sell Wo have got prices to suit hard times All we ask is to give us a call Mil m II F PIERATT P CO it Â¬ the other nt middle of term Paynble one Â¬ - Â¬ We are authorized to announce JOHN S 1IAHG1S of Jackson us a candidate for State Senator from jhhj tlie 34th Senatorial district subject to flic action ol tlie Demo cratic party P i aniiniincii JOHN -- we arc uuuiui as WELLS of Paintsville Johnson county llll C llllkl flirt oumuua candidate ior Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN I ATKINSON of Powell county as a candi date for State Senator from the 34th Sena torial district subject to the action of tlie Democratic party A J ItlNGO ex Sherifl of Mencfee county and President of the Iarmers and Laborers Union for the Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky is a candidate lor State Senator in the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Â¬ An Artlntic Piece of Work 1 1 - rk Â¬ A son of George Coldtron living on Greasy aged six years died Tuesday T lMeratt will preach at Campton next Sunday at 1030 A M and 230 p M Elder J Rev J Z Haney will preach at Sand field on the second Sunday of this month at 11 oclock A M who has been visiting at Beattyville for a month past returned home Sunday Miss Sabina Tuulbce Mrs Taulbee wife of Dr J A Taul bee of this place is quite ill and has been so for several days Dr Taulbee on Tuesday performed an operation on George Cox of the Cox Mill neighborhood Bom for dropsy The Presbyterian Church of this place has a new pulpit which is a beautiful By piece of work J T Stevenson Cracky sir did the work and it is a handsome monument to his mechanical genius The wood is walnut and the front of the pulpit is beautifully carved showing that Mr Stevenson is not only nOAUDIXO a master mechanic but also a wood en- Â¬ visiting her father and other relatives on We arc arranging to build a Dormitory Those wishing Quicksand in Breathitt county that will accommodate 10 hoarders and will graver of rare skill have it ready foroeoupancv by the opening handsome hand made furniture would of school There will not be an more trouJune 1 Uncle Remus do well to see Mr Stevenson and have The cost of ble about too high board board will be the lowest possible him get them up a set We will be prepared to do better work 1 mA next session tnan ever before During the Contest For a Gold Meda1 summer the school will be supplied with There will be a declamatory contest on maps charts globes etc etc on cannot find a better school in the evening of the 22nd inst at Hazel the mountains of Kentuoky Our rates arc low Green Academy for a gold medal to be our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu given by the Cecropian Society of Kenpils are our best advertisement We refer following are The tucky University you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East the contestants S B Kash J F Kash em Kentucky free from many of ills ol J It DeBusk J F Murphy W L Day railway towns and those of more population iio saloons or harbors of temptation J S Day O H Swango and J B LitThe people welcome strangers and influtle On the same evening J P Little ences for good are thrown around them and Wm H DeBusk will declaim for a All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues ete 1 gold medal to be given by the teachers of the Academy WM H CORD May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL The June Oratorical Contest H K TYlKK JOHN II KOSK We have received from our young L Godsey the silver friend Henry tongued orator of the mountains an HAZEL GREEN KY invitation to the Centre College June which comes oflT next oratorical contest Monday and regret very much that wo can not attend We are sure however that Henry will hold his own if he be in and the contest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ homage to tho dead The services were nicely conducted by Revs C W J Pugh aud the best of order prevailed Old Uncle Philip Little is in very bad health Ho is the oldest man in this vicinity being 84 years of ago Old Bro J F Ely who has been in a critical condition so long is no better Mrs James AT Ely of this vicinity is FKri SCHOLAItSIIIlS Any scholars takii g first and second hon ors on the completion of their courses in the Acadetnv hIiiiII be entitled to a free soholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will bo awarded to one pupil from each of tho following mountain counties viz Hreahitt Clay Kl liottj Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoflin Mcnefee Morgan Owslev Perry Pike Powell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been made for the competitive examination by the common school authorities 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 lrom the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his county Â¬ Â¬ S All outstanding notes CO P CAPP Jeweler EZEL KY and accounts must ho settled at once or you will pay cost 13f3m T- - F- - fcV-S-- lrf W7 ir if W tf xvva h fXmmr Watches Clocks Jewelry G US Hardware MEYER WITH ASSOCIATION WMKESSC0 -- O Â¬ JOIMKKS IN Â¬ Agricultural lmpleminfsf Tuesday Sept Wednesday Sept 2 Thursday Sept 3 Friday Sept 4 TYLER OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS ROSE MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASH A SPECIALTY 112 Second Street Nos 110 Oly IRONTON OHIO jew u u Dpfyosop o ryoeopocgiwj n WANTED I New and Liberal Tsrms nrnl wv Gon- CAddress A J COLEKv nr A onnt Rnrhniirvllln VBrwnavB I A 1Mb Sale Next Saturday A Herald reporter dropped in to see Grassy a boy Dr of Job Ross on Co Wednesday and found Taulbee says it is the tiniest baby he J T Day the whole corps of clerks preparing for ever saw the auction next Saturday which will The contract for building the floral surpass the one held last week in many hall for the Hazel Green Fair associa particulars Attend it and buy yourself tion will bo let to the lowest bidder next rich Wednesday School Tcachorn I have just received a new supply of Mrs W T Cox of Ulackwater is the of John II Pieratt and wife of school books and can now supply the guest this place Sho is hero under treatment trade with Smiths History of Ken- Â¬ tucky at 75 cents each of Dr John Taulbee Tuesday June 2nd to the wife WACOM MAKING I We carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of all kinds and give special attention to Horse shoeing Â¬ Â¬ f J J JOHN O OGDEN Nurseryman fZnmnr antlfv 71li wwtvwu v R -w i 1 CkCJaarc GQTOQQOfflOQOQOrQff eiK Â¬ WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Sharp Rriteo Trimble TGDenton DENTON KY SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING The Storm at Maytown From a drummer who left Maytown after the storm of Tuesday we learn that Win Lusk lias sold his residence prop- Â¬ the school house at that place was blown erty in Hazel Green to the Hazel Green down and that several trees were uj academy and an addition will be made rooted Ho said the wind was quite and the whole converted into a dormi- fierce for a few minutes tory for the sclux 1 Our New Taper Cutter You can got the best note paper ever With the addition of aline Peerless and paper cutter to our otHco wo are better sold in Hazel Green at 10c a quire envelopes to malch at 10c a bunch at prepared than any olfice in Eastern Ken this oilice Call on us when you need tucky to print Institute proceedings stationery of any kind Baptist minutes etc Give us a call you need anything in our line Strayed or Stolen From the subscrib- Â¬ when Hotel Arrivals er living at Heutty ville two large buy missing since horses They have been Guests at the Day House during tho Monday and I will give a liberal reward past few days were Frank Preston Knox for information leading to their recovery ville Teun W M Gillmastor Knox P R PhilluB ville Tenn Chas Uhl Portsmouth O J Kolly Ben Craft Paintsville Ky The auction last Saturday by J T Fulks Campton Ky Co was a pronounced success and Day Methodlrtt Chiireh Meeting we are assured that the one for next Rev J E Wright requests us to state Saturday will be much superior in every he held in way Since the last one a lot of new that a church meeting will goods have been received and they will tho M- E Church South at this place on p m be hotter prepared to accommodate the Kitnnlav Juno 0 at 230 oclock requested to attend All tho members are immense crowds Â¬ Â¬ - The storm at this place Tuesday blew down a handsome water mapel shade tree for Judge Swaugo but did no other dam Â¬ age so far as we know 2t Respectfully T F Carr Ezel Ky Have now a complete lino of wmxvrMm Paid up Capital 20000000 Clothing Hats Boots Shoos Surplus 6000000 and Gents Furnishing Goods This Rank solicits the account of mer chants farmers traders and business men We solicit an inspection of Competition Open to the World generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility ana our goods and guarantee pri eejt Â¬ ADMISSION Over 14 year Under 14 years 35 Cents 25 Cents the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oct8ly ces satisfactory and articles as DINGFELDEU WITH Mt Sterling National Bank recommended MT STERLING KY Capital 100000 miums in full will lie ready for distribution June 20 and may bo had by addressing W G LACY Secretary For Booth privileges address J M ROSE President 10 dy tl IhtLrt ndmoi yoago l In toy art of Holh mim Anjtrlc you tin comuitnf at bonit lr momot only to Inr til your lluitor Ik work All It utw Irttl ty BUHf fcr W lUrt you fumlihlnf tvry workir tttrythlnir EASILY HIELIULY iAUriCUiaUS rtlllK Ad4rMlo 10 ItlUTUkV bmbOS OiMMJua jrrr U Mn mtili by John B OoodwInTrojrN VH wink fur ui KrtiUr you roijr not mkc much but ImcIi you quickly bow to tun from to J Cabhiku M ROBINSON Importers aud Jobbers of CO Catalomes ffiviiui pre LEWIS Surplus 16550 APPERSON PiiiKvt II 11 FRENCH DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully solicited witli the assurance that we will treat every Noh G37 C39 and 54- 1-- Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING 200000 Wet Main Street KY Capital J M Huiumjh 30000 HIGSTAFE President G L KIRK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o AllOVK BALAY WILL BK IKDDLIKO FOR FUR AOKNTO PAID TO MVE TIIIJU INFORMATION ADPRFJPH LOUISVILLE KY fSr SALARY 2G PER WEEK Wantid Goon Aciknts to skil ouk Giniual link of merohanihsk No rn It on lni llhk generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you u bank book nay your checks and loan you money when in need W W TupMlHON Cash We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders and buulnesw men OH 10 AGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 V Van Bnren St Chicago III HSs HORSE BILLS In Printed ami At office the bwt tmrr rtM nt Uita SinJwuyoMrftrtlfr Ioww4 I - - Hazel Gbeen 8PEN0ER COOPER Heiuld Editor KY C BULLS WAR CLUB It Went Through All UiUtleA with tho Doiul Chief Srtli WuOTt An Kmltryo A LI D LE AVUo HEBREWS IN AMERICA IN KKFEOTJANUAKY 4th mjU1l-JL-W-- 1811 - Friday l St HAZEL GREEN - The recent killing of Sitting Hull tho famous Indian chief recalls tho fact IoHcsa Mm in an Mttor Is Htrlotly Truthful OTIIINO Jjmo 1801 that Mr Max Dicker son of K 1 IffiSH ifciutfi -- Bro ft sessor of the ed- Â¬ Shelby itor of the Shelby Free Press h proud pos Â¬ p r v a t o war club Mr Dick o r s o n secured I groat Elroy chiefs this imj VflTJ Sr the average edit Â¬ or such a thrill of keen delight as to meet these modest u n a s sinning persons w ho s I in p y write a little themselves The delight is 1 gives intensified if tho club from Post employ theUnion the a FATAL PNEUMONIA Feoullaritioa of a Provnlont and scenic artist In of Pacif Â¬ t Danfforouo Dlaoaoo Its Different Rjinntoins the Various Mothniln of Treatment la Uflo AmoiiR lhynlclnns of Different Schools nnil StaRrs nml i sitting hulls ciun I 1 Tho suddon clutnfrcs of temperature and tho carelessness of people frenornlly who are npt to expose themselves un- Â¬ necessarily to wot and cold nrc fruitful inducements to this dtsoaso tho stntis tlcs of which Hhow a fatality of about thirty In ono hundred eases Tho mal Â¬ ady saya tho Chicago Tribune wns formerly known as lung fever It Is an inflammation or congestion of tho lungs and there aro four distinct classes tho lobar lobular fibrous und caseous or tubercular pneumonia The two classes lost mentioned not Infrequently terminate in phthisis or consumption Tho first stage is known as that of en Â¬ gorgements the second as red hep atization when the lungs become the color of tho liver When this brownish color gives way to gray tho malady has reached tho third stage that of gray hepatization This Is tho stage of absorption In favorable casos when convalescence ensues In unfavorable cases tho disease passes into the puru- Â¬ lent stage when death la likely to en Â¬ sue within a very few days sometimes in a few hours The first symptom Is usually a pro- Â¬ nounced chill followed by n sharp pain within a circumscribed space at or near tho nipplo on the affected side A rack- Â¬ ing cough and oxpeotorntlon soon fol- Â¬ low Tills Is the stage in which tho oval Jaacterla Is found in tho sputum Thon follows high fever pain in the hod loss of appetite beyere thirst prostration increased respiration and pulse varying from 80 to 120 In tho second stage pain may cease but tho cough may continue though less hard and painful In the third stago tho patient If tho symptoms are favorable will cough less respiration will resume its normal condition appe Â¬ tite will return and paiu will almost if not entirely disappear Ono of tho pe- Â¬ culiarities of pnoumonia Is that this third stago In tho Intemperate may lead to delirium tremens Once convales- Â¬ cence begins in coses of pneumonia however recovery is almost certain Fatal relapses nro very infrequent Pericarditis or inflammation of the membranous sack which incloses the hoarVis a Jvory grave complication in neumonla The old method of treatment was bloodletting and some physicians re scort to that now when tho patient is plethoric Somo believe that tho at- Â¬ tack ean be rendered harmless by a dose of from forty to sixty grains of quinine Tho course- of treatment commonly employed is to givo quinine antipyrlne aconite and antlfebrincs in the first stage with expectorants and flaxseed poultices as hot as they can be borne applied ovory twenty minutes In the second stago the object is to support the action of tho heart and milk punch or some ohor stimulant la given Dig Â¬ italis la also prescribed and this treat Â¬ ment is eontlnuqd with tho third stago and up to convalescence of the fatal is- Â¬ sue Death comes when tho lungs be Â¬ come QOBBolldated so that tho blood can not pass through them and can not bo como oxygonated and is duo to heart failure Sonie physicians have lately used oxygon gas to aid tho oxygenating function of the lungs and in Germany patients have been carried Into tho open air In ono of tho Gorman hospitals a ward ia being prepared specially for the treatment of patient suffering from pneumonia tho preparation iucludiug the construction of machinery for pumping cold air over tho heads of the patients At somo of tho hospitals in this country eases havo been success- Â¬ fully treated in tents Tho tents are well heated in winter though by largo stoves so that tho patients while breathing air almost absolutely pure are not exposed to tho cold Freer at monpherki eirculatlon is a common objective- polat with American physicians in the treatment of pnoumoula al- Â¬ though they do not go so far in this mat Â¬ ter as the Germans A careful atten tion to ones health tho wearing of warm olo thing keeping tho feet from getting wet and tho avoidance of drafts wilt enable one to generally escape- an attack of this serious disease Â¬ - promising them that the general public will never know any thing about It Post was doing Ho wishes that he might be as ignorant some work for the railroad company at of this knowledge ns the general pub- Â¬ tho tlmo In and around Sitting Hulls lic headquarters and tho chief took a great My friend Hlrinlc Is such an editor liking to him but would have nothing lie Is one of that blunt straightforward to do with the rest of the men although there were six In the party He took sort of men much given to telling the truth and abhorring any thing that Mr Post all through his camp intro savors of boating around the bush duced him to different Indians and Is a terror to these persons who made things as pleasant for him as pos He write a little and who beg him to sible In return for his kindness Mr tell them Post painted for Sitting Hull two large productionsthe exact truth about their pictures of his two favorite ponies Dry I sat behind a screen in his oillce the Camp and Never Fret which so pleased the old chief that he said he would like other day when there came a timid lit- Â¬ to present him with something In return tle knock on the door and Hlnnk Come in in a voice that for tho compliment Noticing a large roared out cracked the plastering A timid girlish war club hanging up In the chiefs tepee Mr Post said lie would like to little thing of forty four or forty five have It Sitting Hull mentioned the years fluttered in Is this Mr Hlank she asked fact that the club was an old relic had Yes m Won In service over forty years passed Yes Im to glad to know you Mr through numerous battlos and because of Its curiosity he would give It to him Hlank I have long been a subscriber Upon Mr Posts return to Aberdeen to your paper and really dont know I T some months ago he shipped the how I could get along without It And I great relic to Mr Dickerson who now think your pieces are just splendid How know Its has It on exhibition in one of the prom Â¬ I envy you writers And dreadful bold In me to try even but inent business places of this city I write a little ni3self sometimes A peculiar coincidence in connection then Do ehV with tho shipping of the club was the Ohyes just a very rery little bit It Is fact that the very train that brought all so crude and poor that I hardly dare tho club to Shelby had aboard Sitting Hull who was en route for Washington show It to anybody Really It Is tooÂ¬ foolish in mo to try even but some 1 C The club Is a vicious-lookin- g weapon about two and a half how I just cant help it It just hooins feet long with a buffalo horn firmly se Â¬ cured In tho club or heavy end and 15SS bears tho signs of having seen a large ll amount of service Mr Dickerson has aw i the necessary credentials to prove con Â¬ clusively that the club was the only one ever used by Sitting Hull and that It Is the ono used by this chief during his eareor Mr Dickerson recently received two different communications from the Smithsonian Institution at Washington D C relative to the pur Â¬ chase of the relic but has not yet dis IHised of It To better illustrate what an ugly weapon this war club looks like the nlxivo cut taken from a photo Â¬ graph will give a clear Idea of It war- - months ago Mr Â¬ Â¬ I who re- Â¬ mation that they ceived it as a wouldnt have present from Sit It known for all tho world ting Hull him- - eases tho editor feels quite In most safe In pan y ic Kiiilroud Coin fe In low voiced confidence with -- embryo impart this information Thackeray s in these Eliots and the further infor- Â¬ self several II The division of vital statistics of the Census Oillce has prepared a bulletin says the Washington Star containing a summary of the results of a special Inquiry concerning tho Jews In this country A special schedule was prepared call ing for details of age sex conjugal condition place of birth occupation etc of each person In tho family reported who was living on tho Mat of Decemlier 188U and of certain details concerning births marriages and deaths occurring in tho family for the five years ended on that date These schedules were distributed to heads of Jewish families In all parts of tho United States tho necessary names and addresses being obtained from rabbis of congregations and oilloers of different societies No efTort was made to obtain com plete roturnH from all the Jews in the country nor to develop any facts con- Â¬ cerning religious or commercial questions but merely to obtain data from a sulllclent number of families who have been in the United States live or more years to afford somo reliable deductions concerning tho effect of residence under tho conditions of life in this coun try ns contrasted with those elsewhere Tho Inquiry resulted in tho return of 10018 completed family schedules cm bracing J0M0 living persons on the Hist day of December 1SS9 and in these families there had been J MS marriages 0038 births and 2003 deaths during tho five years ending that date Tho social condition of the families is Indicated to some extent by the number of servants kept by them and as about two thirds aro reported as keeping one or more servants the families reported may be said to bo In easy circum- Â¬ stances The average number of persons to each family on December 31 18S0 was 571 and the nverago annual number for tho five years covered by those stat istics was 547 Tho average annual number of marriages per 1000 of total population was much lower than the general rate being but 74 ns against 18 to 22 per 1000 in tho Eastern States and the average ago at marriage is greater than among the general popu- Â¬ lation The low marriage rate and tho Increased average ago at marriage are the principal reasons for tho low birth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hcsults Announced of n Special Inquiry by tlu Census llurcnu w - riii THE J e ttoH IM OLD KENTUCKY 44MyMw o Newport Newn t Mississtpiit K WASHINGTON HALTIMOKK fro ROUTE Valley Co PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And nil Eastern Cities The Direct Lino to LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA And all Points West nnd Northwest nnd South nnd Southwest kast noirNi Fust Fast Ml Accoiu Kxpress Daily Daily Daily ex Hun ex Sun Lexington Winchester Ml Sterling Olive 1 1 1 1 Louisville le 1 Ashland CattlettHburir 1010pm 10 2 triin 7 loam 0 10pm 11 10 am f LMpm 0 frjm 12 lopm 0 Itfptii 1 Jopm 7 SOpin 7 JOpin SI m t arim 10 lfipm r Huntington Ar 11 itnn 07m 21 5 fiOpiii im 2pm WK8T IJ0irNI Charleston Huntington CiUtlettshurg Olive Hill Mt A shlnnd Le i am 12f0am ti IK Sterling Winchester Lexington Louisville ii ii ii ii ii 1 Ar Ar 1 lOpm Olftum t l5um 2 fiSpm 8 4711111 I 12pm 10 52 am t 2a a m ft 12pm 11 lainj 7 15 am 5 lfjim 12 10pm 8 10 am I nOpini 12 lfipm i lopm 2ptn I2ram 10pm am anil has Yestihulctl Pullman Ituflet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York anil Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Limitkd Vkstiiiimkd KxiUIss runs daily F F V O Fast of Huntington on the C route Â¬ rate v rr Â¬ THE LUSHAIS UNEASY English Troop Necessary to lteprtm IIm- tile Action In llurmuh England has again found It necessary to send a small force up the highlands above Chittagoug cast of the head gulf of the Hay of Hengal to repress hostile demeanor on tho part of somo of the Lushal tribes in that region of mount ain and forest Tho chief admitted that he had intended raiding the villages on tho bauks of tho Tyao river but being told It was HritLsh territory he promised to ubstuln from doing so Tho situation of these tribes in 1380 was very different they were thon allied Â¬ Â¬ I r The deaths reported for the five 3cars give an average annual death rate of 711 per 1000 of population being about half of the average rute for tho general population The expectation of Hfo at tho ago of 10 jcars based upon the death rate for tho year 1889 Is 0111 and 5003 years for males and females respectively as against 4090 and 4805 as calculated by life insurance companies for tho general population of this country Contrasting the birth and death rates for those of native born and foreign born parents indicates that tho birth rate is decreasing and the death rate increasing with more prolonged resi Â¬ dence in tliis country but tho general results Indicate that the Jews here re- Â¬ tain many of the peculiarities which havo been noted among them In EuÂ¬ Fast MaiiTkaiks run daily except Sun day between Lexington nnd Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with At Ashland with S V Ity At Winchester with K It It north nnd south hound and at Lexington with L k N L S nnd C N O A T P Knilroads CO Winchester to and from K C points nnd at Lexington with L S It It for Louisville Lkxisotos and Oiivk Dili Accomo dation daily except Sunday Connects at Â¬ For full information in regard to Rates Itotites etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting Hues or to H E HuNTiNHTON V V C L Hbowjj M and 0 U P A V IKXINOTON KY G W G A Kaknkv Lexington Ky S G A Aslilund Harrison Kv m rope D K J F LOCKHART BUI YOU SHALL ANSWER FOR THIS to me that I must write Id give world if I could write as you do Would you be willing to tell mo exactly what you think of some of my poor little scrlt blings my brain children as I love to call them Got em with you Yes just ono or two foolish llttlo fnnoies that I dashed off in an idle hour I know just how erudo and poor thoy are Lot mo sco them Youll tell mo exactly what you DUTCH DIAMONDS The Influence Upon tho Industry of a duction In Prlrcit Re- Â¬ DENTIST EZKL KY 1 think Exactly Is Thanks It truth I best that I know tho V NATIVR LU8IIAI 80LDIKU frontier nnd the method adopted for the subjugation of both enemies simultaneously was by two separate columns of troops one ascending tho rivers from Chlttagong through tho Lushal couutry tho other In upper Hurmah advancing westward to meet It from the districts which had leeu molested by tho hostile Chin tribes so as to effect a junction form- Â¬ ing a lino of military posts or forts guurding the whole length of the road meso northwestern with tlw marauding Chins of the Hur X Chicago DrugKUta Advice The Smwrt Ctnrk JlaTfyou ny largo slzod gentle- In tho care of tho teeth hh well as ho asktd MRHh gloVM other things the simplest thing Is tho Hew lsjf a gentleman in best Huy a llttlo prepared chalk such ttwi wiWuttan with a smile of as women use on their faces and a large qrxk ogr Itoskmiaa wverlty and soft brush Dampen tho brush eaowgk I think sir replied dtp it In the chalk and use twice a day til wtntqmar moving away - t walk riaslRg afterwards If this Is followed wHkcwi any kalp to sow tW store out for a week I will guarantee it will where ike are ot so ehueioal whiten the worst teeth ami harden the sld HMfP TWtHMMt AM frk Hlank readsthe foolish little fancies peep out and see a triumphant smile on the authors face Hlank hands back the verses Arent thoy too dreadfully awfully bad Thoyro pretty bad Sir It Is tho exact truth Sir There is no poetry In thorn Sir you shall answer for this You begged mo to toll the truth I did not beg you to vent your petty jealousy and spleen over verses of I which you are manifestly jealou I supposed sir that you pity you were Incapable of such envy and mnllco and that you were ahcayi ready to do honor to roil taUnt Hut I see 1 am Remember sir that the mistaken verses wore not offered iortaU Indeed they are not for taU to such a paper as The CannlhuPn Convert this I bid you adieu tirl And toll me Prince Totoe did my The woods are full of em says predecessor whose disappearance has Hlank sententiously as the door bangs mystified tho world succeed in convert Â¬ behind tho woman who wrote a little ing you ashed the missionary No Um not converted Me convert him Didnt Want That Kind You converted him George I love you dearest more Yah Me convert him from mission than life Itself ally into hash Jury Hollo Oli you mustnt say that be cause If I glvo you my love I shall not Je iloutty havo you Hoston Herald Emmollnc Oh Daisy I hardly know what to do dear John is so jealous Hpeelfjrlng the Timbre Daisy You poor thing Is that true Wool Pattla volco must bo of won- Â¬ Emmellne It Is nnd Its just horrid derful timbre dont yon think so Van Pelt Yes Judging by the price TIo wont oven lot mo throw a kiss to him after he leaves the house because ho of tickets It must be sandal wood says its sure to miss him and go to some Harpers Hazar one else Chicago Times Â¬ Last year was a very serious one for tho Dutch diamond industry says the London Timos which was nearly par Â¬ alyzed by tho action of tho Do Heors Company of Kimberley In reducing the production of tho raw diamond from four million to two million carats per annum in order to keep up prices Tho prlco of raw diamonds rose more than ono hundred per cent at the mines and It proved Impossible to obtain a propor- Â¬ tionate advance for the cut article This state of things says the Rrltlsh Consul at Amsterdam In his last report coming on top of too groat an inflation In tho cutting Industry in Amsterdam created tho greatest distress among the diamond workers who as n class have the reputation of being very thriftless For several months at tho close of tho yoar orders for cut diamonds were alto Â¬ gether wanting and not only were a great number of families reduced to ab- Â¬ solute destitution but most of tho new cutting mills which havo been erected of lato were closed and will probably have to bo devoted to other mirnosnu Slnco tho close of tho year the position of the diamond works rather Improved Tho price of cut diamonds has risen so far as to glvo somo margin for tho cost of cutting etc but the demand Is by no means sufficient to keep tho mills and diamond workers of tho city em Â¬ ployed A good deal of cutting is now ilouo there for London account direct TR W W JUSTICE DENTIST Oflice ou Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below Itces House WINCHKSTKlt KY jyly TVi J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hnzel Green Wolfe County f KENTUCKY TSAAC W ROSE Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY Will practice in tho Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to collec tions and returns promptly made Â¬ CI II MAY Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morgan nnd Wolfe counties Special attention to col lections and returns promptly made Â¬ i A P HYUD ATTORNEY AT LAW CAMPTON KY Will practice in the Courts of Wolfe nnd adjoining counties Special attention to collections and furnishing nhstract of title J T T STEELE ATTORN KY AT LAW Wkht LwrRTY Ky Will practice in the counties of Klllotl Morgan Mnigotlin Menefec and Wollf P SUTTON IIKATTYVILLB KY made REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENT ft CollecUonsHiul remittances proinpy Correspondence solicited t ADDITIONAL ALLIANCE Otllrlul Notice All coinumsiouH itwiiuri to lecturers and organizer prior to tho Hrst of February 1801 nro hereby rovoked All pernoim holding coiuiuiKHioim IphulmI previous to the above date if forwarded to me by mail with recommendations an provided in our constitution will bo recommit sinned when necowary for tho good of tho order 1 Ihsuo this order that I may bo enabled to keep a correct lint of all those authorized to lecture and organize Unions in this State The State Secre Â¬ tary will bo furnished a correct list of those coinmiHflioned and ho will bo instructed to issue charters only to those Unions organized by some one whose name is on said lint I would suggest to tho members of our order that they permit no person to lec ture or organize Unions in their respec- Â¬ tive counties unless said persons arc personally known to them or an ollicer of the Suite district county or subordinate Unions or unless said Krson presents a commission signed by me as president and attested by tho sail of the State Union Any member of our order knowing of any one commissioned advising or coun seling the Unions to violato the law or rulings in any way or guilty of any im- Â¬ moral or disreputnblo conduct will please report the same to me with the name and address of such persons Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hiiiiort rapid und healthy growth of our Order and to its prosper Â¬ ity and efficiency as well that wo should in each district havo n live paper nil organ whose functions it is to serve as au oxHiient of principles and pur- Â¬ posesto keep tho members duly inform ed of what is going on in tho organiza tion so that they need not piny at cross purposes through misapprehension nnd to givo them an opportunity of commu Â¬ nicating their sentiments to ono nnothor and a common ground upon which to meet in friendly discussion of questions of mutual interest This is a principle of general applica- Â¬ It tllvo It Your is essential to the Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA record 220Ji third hertt d four-year-old Yearling exhibition 231W 220 5874 two-year-ol- d FAYETTE WILKES 2 03 hl WEST CLOUD 5105 31 Â¬ T T Gakdnkk President F L U of Kentucky Hardwell Ky Oonirtiiloiinl Dtatrlct Mtftlni order of the State President and the State Executive Committee tho Con- Â¬ gressional district Unions will meet on the dates givcu below and at such places as have been provided for the next regular meeting of each Union The Secre-Â¬ tary of each Congressional Union will please notify us at once of the place of their next meeting and we will keep standing not only the time of meeting but also the plaec of each meeting By Â¬ tion The great religious denominations of the country havo each n paper peculiarly devoted to its interests and they know the importnnco of sustaining it If tho church paper languishes bo does the church eny they nnd the preachcra thus admonish the people So brethren of the Alliance you should support Tin Hkkaid which your order has made Hh organ of this Congressional district and you must sustain it Give it a wide circulation nnd make it n wel como guest in nil your homes aid it not only by your subscriptions but with your pens Write for your paper work for it and extend its circulation It is a well known fact thnt an orator cannot be at his best unless he has a large audience to warm him up Still more essential is this for a newspaper The editor is roused and his pulse is quickened by tho knowledge thnt he is addressing a large constituency Hito Haoknky Pine Grove 1 These meetings have been arranged as follows that not only tho State ollicers but also some of the National ollicers may lx able to visit all of them Some of the National officers will most likely be present at all of these meetings The dates are as follows First District August 5 G Second District August 7 S Third District August 10 11 Fourth District August 12 13 Sixth District August H lf Seventh District August 17 18 Eighth District August 19 20 Ninth District August 21 22 Tenth District August 24 25 Eleventh District August 20 27 An Answer L U Department I received tho following letter from Forest Hill sub Union No 2881 without giving Mstonice address therefore I an- Â¬ swer through tho columns of our State Editor F organ T T Gardner Presidont Dear Sir Having a member in our order who has gone into the mercantile business and by referring to our consti- Â¬ tution etc his interest must not be hos Â¬ tile to the interest and object ot tho order We lmvo concluded to give him a withdrawal card ho himself asking for it and concurring in our views on tho same Nevertheless some members differ Now wo want your opinion without deviation V W McAtub Secretary Â¬ anbwkr H Hy roforring to the constitution Art Sec 1 in tho eligibility clauso we find the following Further when any member of tho Farmers Union shall engage in any oc Â¬ cupation which would render him inelig ible beforo initiation said member shall at once bo dismissed from the Union and furnished by tho Secretary with a writÂ¬ ten statement of tho cause of his dis missal As it is a settled fact that a person engaged in tho mercantile busi ness is not eligible to membership in our order tho law quoted above is undoubt edly plain and applicable to the cao referred to in the lottor from Forest Hill Union T T Gakdnkk L U of Kentucky President P Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nil voil Dwlillitutetl Men will send us your address wo will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr Dyes Celebra ted Electro Voltaic Helt ami Appliances and their charming effects upon tho ner Â¬ vous debilitated system and how they will quickly restore you to vigor and If manhood health Pamphlet free you aro thus afflicted wo will send you Helt and Appliances on a trial Voltaic Hkit Co Marshall Mich If you T Â¬ to tho Fur Went cars and stage coaches Mures bred by the season not proving In foul hnvo the iisunl privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and havo for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in tho laud For Hostetters Stomach Hitters is carried as side at prices bnsed on nctunl individual merit For further information seo n I Arhlonrl If the most important item in tho materia catalogues which can bo had on application Mures kept at regular rates Di Ji TDCIPV ASfliailO Dirt L6Xinl0ny Mi I lltlAu T ralKf medica of tho traveling public It de- Â¬ prives vitiated brackish water of its Official Directory of Wolfe County hurtful properties and execrable flavor counteracts the pernicious effects upon the stomach of bad or indigestible food CIRCUIT COURT remedies cramps heartburn and wind II C Lilly JikIkc Meets secoml Mon upon the stomach It is a fine defense dnv in Imiuury and July Caveats and J V MurrrtCoiiiinoiiwc tilths Attorney against malarial disorders nullifies tho ent business Trade Marks obtained and all Pat conducted for Moderate Fess J N Vaughn Trustee of Jurv Kunil Our Office Is Opposite U S Patent Office elleots of excessive heat cold and damp W Klkius Olerk of Circuit nnd Com and wo can secure patent in lots tlmo than thopo relieves sick headache and is an incom Â¬ re mo to from Washington moil Ilens Court Send model drawing or photo with descripJ 1 Vansnnt Deputy Clerk parable euro for costiveness and bilioustion Wo adrlee If patentable or not freo of charge Our fco not duo till patent Is secured ness Tho fatiguo of travel often tells COMMON PLEAS COURT A Pamphlet How to Obtain 1atcntn with names oractual clients In y oar B tote county or most disastrously upon invalids and con S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday town sent free Address in February and August valescents occasionally to such an extent A T Coinhs Master Coininisstoiier as to jeopardize life Persons in feeblo Opposite Pttint OJHce Washington D C COUNTY COURT health apprehensive of bud effects from Kaj S M Tutt Judge X Meets 1st Monday hi V v JLJJLJ JLJ JL travel will if provided with tho Hitters each mouth Quarterly Court Tuesduy after be far less likely to have their fears 1st Monday in March June tjcpteiuner uml Dcceinlier realized This combined young stallion will make Joseph C TykiiiM County Attorney the sensou of 1801 nt our stables In Ilnrel J utiles II Jlollon Court Clerk Ireen Ky and will serve mares at TEN lnnr Itomls Am n Curitc Hunks 101 TO JN8UHE A LIVING Vr StamperSheriff DOLLAK8 The subjoined excerpt from tho Ilur T V fuller COLT money duo when the ruaro foals II N Hortoi Suliool Hiiieriutcndeut with a lieu on tho colt until the money In linglon Free Press cries out in the loudJ F Ielfrcy CorMiiur paid or if thu mure ia parted with or bred est tones to peoplo living in the country W I W Crewey Assessor to another horse thu money is then due O II Ijioy Surveyor dwtriets and every word of it as our DK8CUI1TION AND PlDUIItKK A pamphlet of Information andab J people are well aware is most convincing JUSTICICS OF THE PEACE ilrmcTir me iwuowin now to Obtain nitenu rnvcnti Tnuut DUST Is 0 years old truth Mark District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesdny ofGOLD 181U If hands high tho 28th day uwrriRiiu imi Jrtt May CO MUNN JUJmt after 2nd Monday in Mnrcii June Septciu chestnut with stur mid white a beautiful When tho people can bo mado to un- Â¬ hind feet 301 llrendwnr licruud Decemher A II Lniidruin trlduy beautiful inane mid tall His power stylo derstand that it actually costs more in New York Jrd Monday in Muroh June 8cptem after time and money to travel over a poor and action are unsurpassed Ho was sired her nnd December by Senator Ilhickhuru ho by Dillurd Dud road than it docs to travel over a good one they will be less inclined to begrudge District No 2 A FJohnson Thursdny lev ho by John Dillard the grandslro of can lrnilourSKn llncorwrtk Phil Thompson record 211 Krlo MeClond inililljr and bonoreblr by Oim of ufter 2nd Monday in March June Septt m the expense of good roads and what is of ilhrr mi touncor oldiixl In Ihtli her anil Decemher J II Vest Saturdny and Nick with records better than 225 still will bo willing more importance owntnralltlMtthrrrTcrinry ll Ar His dam wiu sired hy the Phillips horse tho Ird Monday on ran Warn and anxious to put the business of road Wf fumlih attrjthlnf Ya atari jn lhaNotruk Kaar Indtrvla after December In March June September slro of Illtiu Jeans he by Clen Taylor ic rla u ran lha 1hlWan making into tho hands of intelligent men youripara mmli or all your lima to ucr workatary m nkil and Also at the same stahlcs will he found thu anllraly nw Uadanj brtngt xonitrirul to tho business Poor roads llrrmnara ara rammy rrom ff lo VaUrwt antl urmarill who understand District No 3 W II Duff Friday aftor elegantly bred young trotting stallion a llllla airarluca Wa ran Virulth you Ilia am ami rtwra am aro tho expensive things that curse a tlnjmnl aflr Lath rti Ml IK No aroralit attlaln bara Pull 2nd Monday in March June September and HUE VltriZ A AtOlSn MilXK December L M Ilrown 1th Monday in country district March June September und December A man who has practiced medicino B6TD0 YOU WANT TO SAVE District No I P It Iegg Saturdny uftMarch for 10 years ought to know wilt from so- Â¬ FROM 2fi U 50 CENTS ON EVERY er 2nd Monday inIsaiah June September Spencer Tuesday YOU SPEND Ik bo wkiti and December DOLLAR nar read what ho says after 1th Monday in March June Septem who will servo n limited number of approved OATALOOUK FOK OUU iMiURTRATKI mure at10 TO INSUItK A LIVING COLT ber nnd December Toikdo O Jan 10 1887 on the same tonus as above CONTA1NINO IMUBTRATIONH ANT 1MUOK8 Co Dlstilct No fi Preston llollon 3rd Mon Gentle Â¬ OK KVKUYTH1NG MANUKACTUKKI IN Messrs F J Cheney Dkhciiiption and Pkimokkk Unitkd Statiw AT MANUFACTlMt- - day in March June September and Decem men I have been in tho general practice tiii ber David Hanks Friday after 1st Monday rltrV PR1CK8 10000 ILIUHTRATiONH POST HOY was sired by in March June September and December record 213 hoJit Magic slro of Post Jloy of medicine for most 10 years nnd would ALL IINKH RKIRICHKNTKl OATAIXXJUJ by Clenimlo say that in all my practico and experi Â¬ maiiki frkkon application District No 0 8 8 Roo Tuesday after O 1111 Alien Htoner 221 Mystery 220 t illllll f 4111a lllinajk ataiI I Addrkrh 3rd Monday in March June September and ence havo never seen a preparation that CO December M K Ollulr Saturday after I could prescribe with as much confidence CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY 1st Monday in March June September and No 178 WrHT Van Rurkn St of success as I can HhIIh CaUirrh Cure December CHICAGO ILL by you Have- prescribed manufactured District No 7 Kilns Shoekey Wednes mo niimore -- aaij iiuueocrryiaii and day after 3rd Moutluv In March June Sep n number of others In tho 230 list POST it many times and iu effect is wonderful andfrtiaa la brifiy YKAH It O Hose 2nd HOY JR Is a beautiful chestnut with no 1 I K J 1 1 II Ilaibaiiylalilyliiltnlronofallirr Monday and would say in conclusion that I have iiAAraAA lio ran rad ami wrlta and ho teiuher uml Decemher September 11 1 I mid De marks tl years old May 15th 1801 15 hands vrwk InduXilutiilr anr aarn 3 inches high and gives promUo of being IbIIIIIIVliow IntlrurllonMllI Tkaaiaaad Italian a cember in March Juno W yet to find a casoof Catarrh that it would V lwtllllna hrrrtrrTarra IU will alao fumlth Taarln Iklrown heard from in tho future among trotters Itay not euro if they would take it according lha alluallon or trnioymrulii wliWh you ran ram that amount District No 8 J M IJurton Thursdny Any ono who Is familiar with Shiners Post So monar for nianlrMuraafulaiabua Karllyand alrkly Uamad I daalra but una workrr from aatb dlttrlrl or county I to directions Your tYuly after 3rd Monday hi March June Septem Hoy will readily recognlua Post Hoy Jr baraalrrady tauflil anl irutldal wltll tniieymrpl a stikl Unut titll Kit rktiial mI Ami Itmfr Imt MU IVII an ber nnd December W I Viincleitve Tues UV IVUMd n il numbar wkn ara miklnf ortr f IOOO taar aaih ll a N KV L Gukhucii M D L and MOIIIt Vallirllular KKKS Addiaaaal na day after 2nd Monday in March June Sep- - tho miiuo fttjihlott tlio well known and highly K C ALlKV llo 4 WO Auauatu MulMtt Ollice 225 Summit St iiiprtclutm Jick temnernuu jjcccuincr We will give 100 for any case of Ca- Â¬ XKT J 8EITZ CAM1TON POLICE COURT ffTTTVffTVfVrfff JTyffffl www www WITH tarrh that cannot be cured with Uj1Pb V Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third Catarrh Cure Taken internally I Monday in each mouth J P Hull Marshal WHOMHAIK CO Props F J CHENEY Jt SK HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT Toledo Ohio ml 7 who will servo marcs Ht 10 TO INSURE K 1 8 Oodsey Judge Court Friday nfler A LI VINO COLT on lame terms hi above jfcaTSold by druggists 7e ASHLAND KY 3rd Monday In March June September and described This Jack has no superior us a Howerton Marshal December J good breeder ltemedy A Nivur IiiIIIiik MAUPIN ii AII euro will bo taken to prevent ac Â¬ only permanent cure Mixikimink the WITH cidents but wo will not be responsible LEE CITY POLICE COURT they occur J T F DAY for all forms of headache and neuralgia Clay Hose Marshal There Is no record should relieves tho pain in from 10 to 20 min- Â¬ WHOLESALE DRY GOODS who Is Police Judge nor when court is of held utes For sale on positive guarantee at NOTIONS HOIH SHOES Ac Tin Hkkaid oflice or sent ostpaid by Hnujr ttllla fort MAabaabaaumaaa CATLKlTSIUMKl KY fetlly Autln M for t by Ann mail on receipt of price 50 cents n box Taiaa and Jno llonn Tulailo Ohio naatul uikiitartdHnaiiaii nny HARLEY BHIVELY TOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE ibtyiHir Kama ram ottr iiaulb Vim tmaiia lha work and lira WITH only 1 n 25 for Subscribe for The Hkkaid ie Ibonia wharaatryaaart Ktanba- fiO for Innaraaraaaallyaantlnf ftow J lo 1U Co It gives nil tho news year lOailjr All a naiknwyaabow 100 for and alait vim it mtk In aaiaia thai Cta Tit v tHL ara Failure W manay rW watk rail lha ilnta mtknawn imoaj Ikam all uo For additional Alliance nowa ace an- Â¬ H9r Dont wftlt until thy LOUI8VILLK KY K W and wtutiti Iartllaa fVra upJ5ly llranch of Ihllridelphla NHatllcUaCHHrliH4ltHrllMlMMtuil but comt Hntl got Uiew riow page of this paper other I Aitoih tho Trial Oct 0 1880 223 J trial 217 Mack borne 15 hands 3 Inchon high foal Hay horse 15 hands cd Juno 10 1883 Urcd nt Ashland Turk 3 Inches high foal Sired by UANKEK 4144 ed May 3 1878 Tho Own brother to Lysnnder sire of Lvsnndcr liundioincst son of llov 220W Watt 224 Jf William Kearney his great sire nnd 2ShJf Lysnnder Chief 10IG First dnin Puttie Patched trlnl238grandnm tho hnudsomest of hy Miiinbriiin of Chestnut Wilkes 22 any trotting bred Patchen slro of tho dums of Guy Wilkes 2lo Antral 218 Kosn Wllkes2184 Kb horse in tho United States Hour 217 and vim 218 Cloora 218 21 others in the 230 lint Second dam Mainly hy Stanhopes Wood Sired by George Wilkes 222 nnd Hawk sire of dnin of Alinont 227 Aloy Wilkes 22Ii Guy Wilkes Third dam Pattic by Downing Vermont Slro of Harry Wilkes 213 Mlko Wilkes pucor216X Wil 215 sire of tho dam of hnlema 221 Mnmbrino son 21GK So So 2t7K Wilcox pacer llruco MOM sire of Kit Curry 2185 Hell 2 A6M Komi Wilkes 2184 Wilton 21U Hon Wilson 225 O ills Vermont sire of Joo Hunker 219Vi Flora Wilkes pucer tier Hoy 223 und slro of the damn of Abel 2 19J Tom Rogers 220 etc 22I4 Col Urniliihiiw 220W Nelly L Gnmbcttn 220 The King 221K 223 Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 First dnm Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dnm Jesse hy Thomns JeflerHon Huinlet Stakes in 1876 by llnmlet Ho is n beautiful black with right hind A V Pnntllnd sire of Lorcttn F 218 nuklo white HtuudH X hands high ami is 220W Truro pacer asKtf I ntly M 223 a perfect horse nil over having both bone Loontiuo 223 Hi Krooksido Flora 22t and nnd substance combined with the form and the dniiiH of Thornless 2lHJij Cyclone finish characteristic of the cross he so well 223 Urniriiv225X Graceful 225 and represents vU Ilnmhlctoiiinn sire nnd Main Hamletta 22K brino Pitchen lain This cross stands us tho very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Conrscr220 f Cap tain Clay Driftwood nnd grandani ot Mardemonstrated its value Of its many reprelowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire sentatives not one is tho superior of Herinu of dnms of Governor 230 nnd Joe Hookda for not ono has demonstrated the same er sire of Maud Macey 217 etc ability to train on from year to year begin ning in tho yearling form none nro belter Third dam the dnm of Sofe thnt produced bred or better looking Hlnucho 225lf i hy Imp Yorkshire siro Abu siro ho is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hhiok colts being fouled in 18S9 now yearlings Cloud 217K Judged nt thin ago no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed thoroughbred unprecedented He will stand for mares Fourth dam by Woodpeckermiles in 2808ten sire of Prince 227 season of 1811 nt S200 TO INSURE the 100 nt the money to bo paid ns follows Tho fee of Fnvcttc Wilkes is within the time of service nnd tho other 100 when thu reach of all mid lower than that of any aro proves in foal ltclng limited to 30 out horse of equal merit in Kentucky in side marcs parties wishing to breed to him had better book their inures curly SEASON SIOO Â¬ two-year-o- ld record 222 fourth hent fivo-yonr-o- 24i Out of tho dnm of lllack Cloud 217K his siro out of tho dam of Wilson 210 Hay horse foaled March i H Ashland Park 1881 Bred At Sired by A11DALLAII WEST Slro of Wilkin 227 3588 First dam tho dm of Mack Cloud 217Jf by Pilot Walker pacer Second dnm tho Cluke pacing mare West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 21 tlW by Clark Chief 2d dnm Ohio by American Clay 3d dnm brought from Ohio nnd represented to bo by llrowna Uellfoun der Abdullah West died At six years old Ho was the most promising colt ever bred Notk Abdullah West 2583 by Allle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black inane nnd tail and black legs extending nhovo knees and hocks He is a power Ailiy built horse for his height nnd has tho most finished set of feet nnd legs its possible to got on a horse of nny breed As n he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable spoed us with littlo handling ho trotted a half milo in 118 1 5 nnd miles in his work In 2JK At three years old ho was not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink exc Ho nlso done no work on the truck ns n As a ho was Jogged nnd trained lightly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if lie was entire- Â¬ ly recovered than with a view of testing his In a few months he trotted a full speed mile in 238 and half in 115 Thin season 18l0 he served n few marcs of my own and was not put to work until September and his Improvement whs most remarkable Ho repented trotted halves in 110 nnd I am Ailly convinced ho will with a seasons training trot in 220 I will lot him servo 20 marcs season of 1SIH outside of ton of my own at DO THE SEASON money duo at tlmo of service or beforo removal of mare The iiMiiul return privilege is giren to return mure in 1802 should she not get in foal two-year-ofour-yenr-old five-year-o- ld Â¬ On stenmboats MB CASNOWCO l Â¬ l- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I nrTT TiTTarn f J Â¬ MONEY Â¬ Post Boy Jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tall W -- la Â¬ Â¬ f Thos Henderson WWW WWW Son John Morgan HI H CARPENTER D C Wholesale Clothing li Old Papers n Julius Louohheim mim Jc M JMmjJiUllttJllJi-il-tll-iJW--Mut- l kCouuuaioMavv W Tlir Tluee Other Ticket READ AND BE CONVINCED Tho Republican tiakol Ih the following For Governor A T Wood of Mont they liave Jul eonmlettd nr SPENCER COOPER Editor The undersigned taken pleasure in nniiouiii iiiK No Guoss Work About Dr Dyes gouiory Lieutenant Govoruor Henry Bolts and Appllimces raiiKement with the American Hook Computi that will vnahle him to hell the school- HAZEL GREEN KY Huston of MuCruclcoii Attorney Gen- - Thoy do Tholr Work Thoroughly books adopted nv ine Miaie uoaru oi rducuuou ai tin ioimmuhk mimui imi K t V Itays New FlrM Aiithmctlc MetiulUVn Smail Trlmcr Second Aiithmctic M Juno 5 J801 oral L 1 Crawford of Campbell Anil- - and Woll Poised Primer u Third Arithmetic 17 Itor Charles lllatiford of Brcckonridge KcleclieSpcllui o oiniATio iNDisiUTAiui iviiinck Kev to same 17 First Header Treasurer KM Farmer of Ittlimki Sup Jm lllidi Ailtlimetic ltt Seeoml Header 7 erlntendent of ruhlic Instruction L V VI Kev to same Third Header Mclliillcy 1st 1clcctic deotraph We publish the following letters from r0 Fouith Header Dodge of Mmliwii Register of Land 10 7 ld Kclcctic leographv Filth Header persons who have kindly given u their i i t sa luiiuiii inr r i vruiLu w mi r 10 -- i td Ieleetlc leoraidiv iiiilui ii if iwiitwiMil In jln mil Ati tilll t iitiunruitil Sixth W t rfll The above school hook publication ot t iu American Book Compam aie well known u Blaine tusl letters were all received during the BITa CJuZm F7 fesl vionc oi uourt ot appeals tt a fall simply on hand for sale to school otUccrs shall of Fayette month of April of this year 1811 and stamlard orand we at theat all times lnwe Other school hooks published by the American Icaclicrs prices named pupils ro from peisoiiB atlllcted with various Hook Company iJ7 Walnut Stieel Chiuianati siippln d at correspondingly low pi lets Tho Prohibition ticket in tlie following P CO Ilarel in en Ky HAY KWC l we cU 1 ot ctitute 1 larris Me- of For Governor Josinh II it liwim Mtiiiliilir It if III i litiii u f Lieutenant Governor 11 M imihr import received by us during tho 7rrMmirmrxlCnick Willow of Carroll Attorney General mouth of April We publish those let- LASTEKtf KENTUCKY i K Folk of loilortHin Auditor W W teis merely as a niiiumo of tho letters of CommeiHlntlon and praise that we are Snylngo and Doings of tho Citizens Goddard of Mercer Treasurer 1 M daily LEXINGTON KY from diflcrent 12 West Short Street of Holmes of Daviess Register of Land tho C0UlUry bQlxC0 our mtlWM W1W In Our Neighboring Counties in Almost Every Feature Oflicc Ilradford McGregor of Kenton established nearly twelve years ago wo A Model Restaurant Instruction have received more than ten thousand SEATING CAPACITY 150 An I Iottnl iiiul Soon b lltirald OirrtMiii Superintedent of Public Jetton of like character You will ob- tlMitit atwl HiiNtlly Wrlttnn up loiAlexander Tusk of Anderson Clerk of Fresh Oysters at all seasons Blue Points Saddle Hocks New Yoik Counts and l r wnu tiuib numu ui nivau iciiers are iroiii Mobile Counts l Our Army of lttiutm N Court of Appeals B T i persons who purchased our Annlianees REGULAR MEALS 26 CENTS Floyd several years ago which is tho very best Meals to order aall hours Delicacies of the schmmi always on hand Union For CorriiiMMidtiils The new Peoples Partv ticket are tho evidence of their lastinii qualities and Tho most complete and modem kitchen in the State Among the recent additions is Write only nows items of general inter- Â¬ pormiiiient worth and since which time a Miller Inipiovcd linage the finest iu the woild with eighteen fires nix steaming at est and aim to have them fresh and rel- Â¬ following For Governor Col Pollock tachments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook of Jrt anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind iu If iable Got all tho nows and condense it CT these letters just ernor Dr S F Smith of Franklin write to any one of Kentucky in as fow words as possible Give tho novJlly A henrtv welcome and the most coin toons treatment to all General G F 1 Gulfey Audit- - them enclosing stamped envelopo for fullest dotails in tho caso of a serious ac- Â¬ tornoy GUS LUIOART or W G Fulkcrson of Ohio Treasur- - rQl ftm y w l convinced cident murder or suicide VOLTAIC BELT CO I G Sally of Trigg Superintend Â¬ Write tho namo of your post ollico and or Marshall Mich ent of Public Instruction W W Morris state Ballard Begistor of JLaud Office T KIDNEY DISEASE Write your most important news items of B Herold of Butler Clerk of Court of No 228 North IBthStkert first Tekiu Haute Ini April IU 1801 J Appeals John O Blair of Nicholas Bocaroful to spell all proper names Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich PENMAHSHrP WOROUBH IMSTRUCTION IN BOOK JCEEPIKO SHORT HAHD TYPE WRIT HO Iiuportimt Trudo Nuuio Doelrdon Kind Sirs My husband wore your correctly and write every letter iu them ETC AT THE BRYANT Jt STRATTOH BUSINESS C0LLE6E SOUTH WEST TELEGRAPHY ETC Judgo Thayer of the United States Voltaic Belt for one year and has not plainly CATALOGUE FREE IORNER THIN AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY worn it for nearly two years since will Circuit court at St Louis recently hand You may describe usually severe lobe two years in May and he has not felt cal storms but in no other case should ed down an opinion and granted a per any pain about his kidneys since leaving ENRY MATLOCK NEW- petual injunction against the defendants it oil and beforo wearing your Belt his WITH you speak of tho weather in tho case of tho Ilostetter Co against kidneys were badly diseased and he suf- Â¬ In giving personals dont mention excruciating pain nearly all the CO visits nnlong neighbors or to poisons iu the Bruggeman Beiuhart Distilling Co fered for MCMILLAN HAZEN several months and tho doctors i time MT STERLING KY nlina Gold bprmg Distilling Co pro- the samo part of tho county unless thoy iktlJlMJI1 CU not roove w bm WHOLESALE nro tended by somo accident or some oth hibiting tho advertising manufacturing relieved him of pain and craduallv Capital 4 or selling of any article of stomach bit strengthened his kidneys until ho was er up usual qvent n Surplus tors either in bulk by the gallon or other- Â¬ entirely well and he now enjoys the JLont puff anybodys business unless BOOTS AND very uest oi neuitn a triend of it is paid for as an advertisement Where wise or in any way making use of the his to try your Belt ue had cured him Wm Mitchell Chas M Grviuw and it except in connection also I have a friend in Effingham 111 such puffs please one reader they offend nanie4nostettor Cashier President KNOXVILLE TENN with the sale of the genuine bitterswhich who wants one of your Belts He asked several others indiThe Stato facts only not gossip or opinions are always sold iu bottles securely sealed mo to write for one of your namnhlets vidual largest capital ami surplus iuand sec deposit than any bank this so kindly send your pamphlet to P C and also prohibiting the sale of any bit- Â¬ T The above goods arc bundled by and slato them in short sontences Davis Kffingham III by return mail as tiot of the State CO lUwil irecn Ky DAY Be careful as powiblo to write nothing ters in bulk though the name Hoatet ho wants a Belt right away SON R S STBAUER Very respectfully yours tltat would give oflonso to anyone Dont ter bo not used but the suggestion THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAW Mas Kate Davis made to the purchaser that he can put Successors to J A Laii k Co 8aws of your enomies at all unless you them in tho empty Ilostetter bottles and can speakfkiudly of them 74 E Main Stkkct VARICOCELE LEXINGTON KY purchasers the differiunDr tM0 Pijes of your manuscript ence His would not discoverthe Ilostet- Â¬Â¬ Summit Point W Va April 18 1891 Wholesale Dealers in decision supports dont number tho items writo only on This is to certify That I have been onesido of the paper and Bign your name ter company in tho extensive use of the afilicted with varicocele for several years Straight Kentucky Whiskies -- COMPAWY namo Ilostetter m connection with and that I have worn for a few months A Good OHlcnr either tho manufacture or sale of stomach ono of Dr Dyes Voltaic Belts with SusWines Brandies c 11 lf and 17 West Pearl Street pensory attachment which Belt and Ono of the quiotest and yet one of the bitters in any manner or form whatso- Â¬ Suspensory I purchased of the Voltaic pluckiest and most efficient men- - in ever and firmly establishes its ownership Belt Co of Marshall Mich This is to FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CINCINNATI 0 Eastern Kentucky is Mr Geo W iu the samo as a Trade Name certify also that I have been entirely CIGARS AND TOBACCO Brako of Wolfo county He has long cured of varicocele and greatly benefit Â¬ Agents for Old Ptigh Old Pepper Old Kentucky Fair it ted in evory way by the wearing of the Tarr and Old Taylor been noted for deeds of courago and CiThc wholesale trade of Eastern Ken Hazel Green Sopt 1 I days above mentioned Appliances I give it daring iu his duty of hunting down ami tucky is respectfully solicited as being my opinion that it is absolutely Shelbyville July 15 4 days arresting criminals and he is gaining necessary for one afflicted with varico- Â¬ THE J Eminence July 225 days constantly iu tho estimation of the good cele to wear Dr Dyes Voltaic Belt and G Harrodsburg July 28 5 days peoplo who lovo quiet and order and an Suspensory Appliances oven if he is Columbia August 4 4 days taking other treatment enforced law Wolfo county in noted Given under my baud this 18th day of Danville August 4 5 days for a strong tondonoy in thodatter direc- Â¬ April A D 1891 Oampbellsville August 11 4 days tion and she can sustain her reputation William A Phice AT THIS OFFICE -Nicholasvillo August 11 4 days SG0MPANY2fr and tako effectivo means to increase it by 11 5 days Sharpsburg August NERVOUS DEniLITY PREMATURE eleotiug Mr DrakoJ sheriff an office wo NOTEHEADS DECAY ETC Lebanon August 18 1 days understand ho is seeking We aro led to LETTERHEADS Fairchild Wis April 80 1891 Wholesale Dry Goods Notions Maysville August IS 5 days this by what wo saw of Mr Drakes BILLHEADS Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Springfield August 25 I days ability to haudlo certain who wero inGentlemen Soven years ago I bought STATEMENTS Lexington August 255 days 101 101 and lOi W Fourth Street a Belt and Suspensory attachment of you clined to mako a disturbance on the K SALE HILLS Bardstown Sept 1 1 days for nervous debility premature decay U passenger train a few days since and kindred troubles and it gave such MINUTES CINCINNATI 0 Bowling Green Sept days South Side Follow citizens of Wolfe do your maniuniversal satisfaction I thought I must 11V TAWS Paris Sept 1 5 days fest duty as nobly as you have done it have another ns the old ono has become days Cynthiana Sept somewhat dilapidated Please send me Any and everything at tho lowest prices all along in tho past Benttyvllle En Klizabcthtown Sept 8 I days pamphlet with price list at once as I do terprisef -- 1 not uow remomber your prices and the Exchange Bank of Kentucky Winchester Sept S 5 days OlioAiia Knoniieil Unhurt pamphlet you sent me at the time I can Cave Sept 154 days Grant Baker a dangerous and worth- Â¬ Horse not And Please find stamp enclosed for Glasgow Sept 23 4 days MT STERLING KY immediate reply I remain your obe less negro youth who frequents tho Paducah Oct 14 8 days dient servant li Cuall streets of Sharpsburg concluded that CAPITAL as times were dull a little excitement Judgo R H Weddington ex Treasurer LOSS OF VITALITY AND XKKVOUS DEBIL might enliven things up considerably of Floyd county Ky was killed near ITY We have more llarel Green business than Oakville Louisa County Iowa and as an experiment iu that line ho Washington Itid Saturday by falling from a train April 10 1891 any other bank and want to Increase it procured h pistol and opened firo on an- Â¬ Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Send uh your account and we will treat other negro known as Cheese Nos 74 and 7o Main Stieet Baker E VOBIS Gentlemen Pleaso tind enclosed monyou well did succeed in creating a little oxoite Representing ey order for S20 iu payment of balance CINCINNATI 0 B J PETERS PitismKNT on Belt and Suspensory Appliance I nient and ho also succeeded iu getting CO have worn tho same for ninety days and M ROBINSON JOHN G WINN Oashikk CLARKE himself in tho qounty jail under a sei -it has done me a great deal of good I KY LOUISVILLE WITH teucoof six months imprisonment and FORD Headquarter Ml Sterling Ky where feel that I am completely and perma a flue- of 250 WITH nently cured I shall recommend vour Cheeo escaped un- Â¬ complete line of samples maj be seen Sievers Carson Hardware Co Hazel Gheen Hebald GKEAFEK SCHOOL BOOKS Fribay stj3 ipca 1 i 1 rf - - 1 -- 1 1 1 JttUHi4 xbigfiteh wrj nviw i JUtSM - nui lrHr - Â¬ tlSSlZSS Proprietor Um0ya H Â¬ Â¬ EA11MESS BANK Â¬ 250000 840000 SHOES 1 HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ seJOBs- PIHTO8 GEO W MAIFIN Â¬ Â¬ 16 14 -- GrROSSM AN CO SCHLEUTKER Â¬ -- Â¬ 10000000 J J Saddlery and Harness 1 Â¬ Â¬ - hurt Murdererx Hold For Trial At Louisa Ky Muy 28 County Judgo Webb hold Davo Deano and Dave Well man without bail to answer to tho grand jury for tho murder of Tony Bice and W A Short on tho previous Sunday Ben Meade Ed Price and the three women under arrest as accessories were discharged ns not sufficient evidence could bo obtained to hold them Kx- cltemont is dying out and all fears of violence to the accused have subsided pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON S S COMBS Belts ami Appliances to all of my afflict ed friemU and acquaintances Yours Wm Racer with great respect Â¬ SK 109 W H WHOLESALE a31ly Mack Stadler THIRD STREET Co CLOTHING CINCINNATI 637 West jNIjum Street KY LOSS OF MANHOOD LOUISVILLE FRED KFLLAM WITH Killed lit 1rUonur Ephraim Lewis colored was shot and killed Saturday night by Deputy City Marshal James Downey of Maysville Xy Lew hi was drunk and disorderly The officer arrested him and wat about to lock him up in tho station house when a scuffle ensued The negro tried to es ep and the officer fired to stop him through the heart pro TliH bull ducing ftlutoii iwUwt death ied Â¬ PowTRfeviiLK Ky April 29 ISM Tho patronage of the traveling public Is Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich respectfully solicited Table thu best and Gentlemen After a three months trial every attention for the comfort of gucut of your Voltaic Belt and Suspensory Ap pliance I am able to rccommcudit to f A T WOOD OOD DAY any of my friends and I shall do all iu 111 l DAY my power to induce others to try its vir-Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW tues I believe that I am periuaucntlv Otliee ocr FxchaiiKC Hank cured of a disease of three vears stand Mavsvillo St Mi Sterling Kv Practice In Montgomery Powell Menifee ing namely loss of manhood for which I inclose Wolfe Breathitt Itowan Magonm and Mor please accept grateful thanks gan counties ami Superior Court and Court a list of names of men afflicted with dis of Appeals eases which your Belt and Appliances -will cure Hoping that other men who BIGSTAFF JUKAll may suffer from the loss of vitality and mail hood as I have sulfered will avail ATTORNEYS AT LAW themselves of your Voltaic Belt and Ap pllauces and bo cured is the wish of your MT 8TKKLIN0 KY i siucero friend Will French Practice In the courts of Montgomery and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Ap I lust rated pamphlet containim peals and Federal Courts full particulars mailed iu sealed envoi- one to any address OF ALL KINDS JUb DDIUTIVn Pmmntlv and Neat- - l VOLTAIC BELT CO Marshall Mich otHoo I ly done At thh PltOIMUKTOK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JAMES P FA NT thi old kkiiaiim Dickinson Co Cor Pearl k Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain friends and cm pectally the merchant to give him a call when iu the city HARLEY QUISFNBFRKY WITH Hat House of WS M vv S TIMMONDS POKTSMOlTIl uuioatiiB IP HENNKIT aplly uruoi 0 T Hals N Â¬ YANKIE SBIP 10MBKIIS OF Caps Gloves CO Louis yiHiv Gus Straus LFXINUTON KY Straw Goods LEADING CLOTHIERS iaim AND UMBRELLAS si-- niiiiicnTiir m Â¬ iI SEAWOOTBY V riling Papers Fiivelopcs Pens lul e lor mIo at this ollico Ladle Note Paper only toe n quire Call c u i wuou you neeu siaiiouciy oi fitrKN Mux 101 DAY Proprietress This hoiisi lias been rcceuth relittcd aim refurnished and the tabic Is at all times plied with the best in the market IW reasonable Simml mum nttiii lied ami M rial rates to commercial mi u Iationaci l D AY hofsr Hazii respectfully Mdlylud 0y I