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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ii ijdjmfiffmmpmtmftffffmmimmfmm -- mViHx Sff 1 fsSWW WEfe flS SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor Hazel Green Herald Of n Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbrlng lit His Bnok 100 A YEAR Always In Advance SR VIS XT if YE A lC lLYElTCrlu STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW 12 1891 A NUMBER 12 tou s aus STRAUS Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK Â¬ Larpst LOW PRICES S iocl 1st if New Tut HICH GRADES HONEST VALUES When you visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call -- MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO DEALER IN Hardware Queensware TinwarenlnfAgricultural Â¬ Implements Evans Triple Harrows Whiteixyb Solid Steel Binders and Ball Mitchkll Cos Steel Hill CcMowers Tiger lumiua side Plows and Granger Sulky Hay Rakes Improved Malta Douiili Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Poneer Cane Miliar KElAIRH Fish Bros Celehrated Wagons Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon Scales price 60 with a written guarDisc Harrows antee for 8 years Evans 2 hgkse Corn Planters The larget stock ol Cook nnd Henting Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky Vulcan Chilled Plows best made B F A very Soxs Steel Plows Â¬ Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty STERLING KY East side S Maysvillo Street MT HAZEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DEALER IN COFFINSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds am prepared to urinal on short notice and nt lowr prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIZKS from the ch oajust to the very llncht 1 can furniith cofluiH cheaper tlum you can liuy tliu trimmings rnce ot Collins iroui o up i nave a nne nearne auu will deliver cotiinN cheap tsul FURNITURE rlVTVfDCTrnVnQ mkji very lowest prices OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED My lUHIDUl vx arrangements nre such that I can fiiriiidh Tombstones or Monuments from any kind ol Marltlc or urunlte and at tne J W IKAVKN Very respectfully Ac ITT OASKLE Y DKALKIt IN General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN KY JHVCnrricfl a complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods NotioiiR Boots Shoes Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your attention and which ho will sell at the lowest prices for cash When in search of bargains be sure and give him n call and youll savo money Kennedy -- JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON WWlinn IN- - DEALERS Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY The prescriptions ami orders ot Doctors especially solicited ami given special en re and attention in compounding ltuo None hut pure medicines and dniK used C B1MAW - neat cover 100 copies prepaid by mall for only 1000 ffiy Tliis Imok contains By Laws Rules of Order Fu Â¬ neral Services at the Grave c Ac and all reasonable for copy of the change will bo made to suit the I oilgc making the order Send book and make your order now if you want to savo money For Lodges of all kinds printed in the best style and at Â¬ the lowest rates Just now we are offering Masonic By laws ii neat little ImmiIc of JO pages 4x0 inches with a Writ U for Any Kind of Printing You Hnzcl Address THE HERALD Nd Green Ky 5 Lightning played a curious and alAt HydenLcslio county Grant Bur 05T YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Ohio ton was shot and fatally wounded by Joo most incredible freak at Urbana recently A littlo son of Colonel Georgo Thompson Expire 189 Tin town of Auburn in Lyon county W Uonard is n pupil at tho Fourth A voted down a graded school by a majori Â¬ Ward School and wears oyo glasscs llutel Urii Durmltarjr flash of lightning struck tho rim of the ty of four votes To those who are directing and to some The Frankfort Witness is running J glasses and ran around the same molting degree responsible for tho success of any Polk Mooro us an independent candidato oil the ends back of the ears Tho sensa Â¬ Christian enterprise it is a sourco of anx Â¬ tion was plainly felt but tho boy was for the Legislature ious solicitude and indeed somotimes of Benjamin Thorp a Middlcsborough not injured mortification nnd pain to havo to urgo A wealthy farmer named ChristoAs merchant has made an assignment with persistence Christians whoso inter Â¬ pher Weighlor living near Washington ests and sets 2800 liabilities 84000 duties aro identical with their Till Commonwealth says that Hon Iud left his home telling his wife he own to recognize and discharge thoir obÂ¬ Georgo Washington of Newport will intended to kill a hawk Instead he went ligations as parties to a pledge It has of- Â¬ take the stump for the new Constitution behind his barn and blew his head oil ten been mentioned as a source of con- Â¬ The corncr stono of tho Kentucky with a musket No eauso assigned gratulation and gratltudo that our mis Â¬ At Brownsburg Md Oliver M Cns sionary women generally Wesleyan Collego was laid at Winches- Â¬ havo only to ter last Tuesday with appropriate cere- sity mysteriously disappeared over a know tho requirements of our work to week ago It has sinco been discovered monies prompt thorn to cheerfully and llborally At Inez Martin county recontly that ho had sold a largo number of prom- assist in meeting thorn especially when Steward McNioly and Frank Hurley shot issory notes before ho left and that all the needs are obvious and immediate as and fatally wounded each other in a were forgeries they are in our Hazel Green Dormitory At Montpolicr Ind recently van- Beforo tho beginning of tho Scptombcr drunken row The Democratic primary in Henry dals got their work in at theBatson Cem term wo must provido comfortable and county resulted in the nomination of J etery five miles west of the city Thirty cheap boarding accommodations for thb T Bashaw for Representative The vote seven of tho finest monuments wero de pupils who como in from tho surround- Â¬ stroyed and several others wero moro or ing was very light counties to attend our O W B M Louisville authorities landed twelve less injured school Under the painstaking and suc- Â¬ Joseph Wendell age 80 and unmar- cessful management of Prof W convicts in tho penitentiary last week II Cord whoso sentences aggregato thiity four ried a well known German citizen of and wife the institution is growing into Madison Indiana committed suicide by tho years six months proportions about 100 pupils and He had been Deputy Marshal Downey of Mays taking a doso of arsonic cflicicncy which wo havo desired and ville has been bound over in the sum of upon a spreo for threo or four days certainly we can not afford to havo its Tho Republicans of Kansas havo or- Â¬ 8000 to answer for the murder of Henprogress hampered by lack of cnorgy on ganized The Knights of Reciprocity a ry Lewis hiBt week Tho help of any Christian or our part The journeyman tailors at Paris arc secret order having for its object reci- philanthropist who has it in his or her They de- procity among nations between labor heart to contribute to tho immediate on a strike for higher wages mand an advance from 10 to 20 for capital and among men homo work of permanently improving Samuel Vanzant of Richmond Ind making a dress coat the condition of our own mountain peo Â¬ Dit Oliver Perky Him ono of the was riding a horse torn place of shelter ple would be gratefully received and best known physicians in Central Ken during a storm recently nnd a bolt of applied in enlarging tho facilities of tho tucky died at Lancaster in tho seventy lightning killed tho horse and seriously Hazel Green school injured tho rider ninth year of his age Our Kentucky C W B M auxilia- Â¬ Tho Govcrnar of West Virginia has The Census Bureau statistics on tories have 2000 to raise and the sooner bacco show there aro 01641 planters in refused to commute to lifo imprisonment each ono goes heartily to work determin Â¬ Kentucky cultivating 274687 acres The tho sentence of Sim Johnson the colored ed to inako thiB unavoidable duty a 10 for rain total product last year was 221880308 man who is to bo hung June pleasure as well Presto I tho money will ing a white girl pounds valued at 13830297 be in a plain substantial house to Bholter A bronze stntuto of Gen Grant pre Â¬ The Metcalfe county correspondent ot our boys and girls whilo thoy aro being 11 H Kohlsaat of Chicago the Glasgow Times says the wheat crop sented by trained in heart and mind and lifo for to the city of Galena 111 was unveiled is less promising than it was a month wiso and efficient service Wo say our week with appropriate ceremoago and that there is much complaintof there last girls nnd boys for they aro ours bound nies an insect that is troubling young apples to us by a cable of many cords tics of Miss Mary Brown of Indianapolis blood though it may seem alien Stato R II Grimsley a prominent farmer injured in too wreck ol an electric car ties and those of commercial interests and speculator who lives near Glcncoe has recovered 4600 damages against the shot and instantly killed Albert Henry Citizens Street Railway Company of the ties of tender sympathy prompting ub to share our countless blessings with them Grimsley and a colored man were quar city and the love of Christ reling and Henry took side with the latAt Roachdale Iud Dick Adams tit them to plant the constraining us to banner of tho cross ter was shot through tho heart by Noah on every mountain top in Eastern Ken- Â¬ Ha lino wo ate Inn at tho new moun Evans The Jailers wife claimed ttiat tain town near Middlesborough one of Adams outraged her person some time tucky and sow tho seed of tho kingdom inall hearts teaching them to Follow the finest resort hotels in the South was ago after peace with all men and tho satictl burned to the ground Inst week It was At Anderson Ind James Hanson owned mostly by Eastern and English a farmer was tculenccd to tho peniten fication without which no man shall see To this especial work our the Iird capitalists lor two years lor shooting Henry Dewiti Kentucky women aro pledged before our The Wiggington boys Charles John in tho neck on the night of December 8 Womans General Board and indeed be- Â¬ Wm Dunn was uwnrded 0000 dam and Frank of Montgomery county were fore tho Christian church of our nation found guilty of putting arsenic in the ages against the O and M railway in a but what is of infinitely greater imporÂ¬ co flea of Wm Ferguson causing his suit at New Albany Iud Ho was badly tance beforo him who said Inasmuch death and were sentenced to imprison- hurt while coupling cars as ye did it not unto one of theso least ment for life In a lit ol jealous insanity Abe ye did it not unto me ly their fruits Mollit a blacksmith ot Chillicothe Mo Â¬ The trial of Lee Jenkins for tho murshall ve know them You see dear sis- Â¬ der of Washington Ramsey about six committed suicide by taking poison He ters it is not a question of convenience weeks ago has been concluded in the was jealous ot his wife or even option whether each auxiliary Polico of Portsmouth Ohio want Fayette Circuit Court tho jury returnwill make a determined effort to raiso ing a verdict of guilty and fixing his William Robinson of Rome Adams tho amount requested of them or not If county Ohio who is charged with steal you havo not hitherto lieon punishment at death a constant While the new Baptist church at La ing a horse and buggy and reliable helper of our C W B M Lightning exploded a German dyna allowing none to impeach fayette was being dedicated Miss Doss your fidelity u daughter ot tho pastor of tho church mite laclory at ihlorbusch near feoliu and honor as Christian women by doing and Mr Thacker a prominent young gen recently killed several persons and your sharo of tho work this certainly is man of tho vicinity eloped across the wounding many others the timo to assert and hold your idacoln -B- etween 2UOUU and 30000 persons Tennessee Stato lino and were married tho ranks The claims upon us can not EiMiiiAiM Willis aged 20 and Flor- witnessed tho unveiling of the inoiiu be set aside by being ignored The pe-Â¬ daughter of Dr incut to Mississippis Conlederato dead culiar and pressing naturo of this call ence seventeen-year-olJ M Wilson of Lyon county cIojkmI ut Jackson last week leaves us no room for indifference or C L Schirmeyer of Decatur Ind shirking homo on foot and had walked They left There is not half a dosen or seventeen mile when overtaken at Ben Â¬ was probably la tally injured by a rail- four or even two determined workers in ton by Dr Wilson who gavo pursuit In road accident u cur lalling on him and any Christian organization that can not their flight the couple had crowd two brcuking four ribs raitm from fifty to two hundred dollars if Dispatches from Illinois stato that they will to do It The girl rivers but how is not known Wo have confidence wept bitterly when taken from her sweet- Â¬ in many sections of the Statu cutworms in our Kentucky women their strong heart Willis is an unsophisticated farm ure working in the corn many fields be convictions of duty their unswerving in Â¬ ing destroyed hand and the girl is quite intelligent tegrity and their strength of purpose to Senators Campbell and Allen engag Â¬ accomplish that whereunto they sot their Lithek Pottek an inmate of the in the Illinois Semite wills We hope that even the smallest Western Lunatic asylum made his es ed in a list light Chamber Afterward both wero made to and feebler t auxiliary will make an ener Â¬ cape by cutting through the cash of his getic eflort to scud to Miwt Lois White window and letting himself down from apologize Charles Wlnscott an Eastern Illi 100 N Delawaro street Indianapolis his cell which was on tho third tloor by wan killed at Danville III Ind a liberal donation to our Hasel means of n rope made nut of the sheets nois engineer in gutting on his engine by aiiiiMtep Green Dormitory so marking the contri Â¬ of his bed lie had descended only a The Peoples party of Iowa nomina bution when it is sent This earnest pis short distance when the sheets tore apart ted candidates for State offices at Des comes to you as a personal cull from our One of his hurling him to tho ground Kentucky O W B M Executive Com Â¬ arms was broken tho bones at the elbow Moines last week Ocoiiomuwoe Wis reports a sovero mittee who willingly and cheerfully He made liln being turribly shattered size of share In the workf but can not discharge way to Elktou Todd county where his hailstorm with hailstone tho hens eggs Â¬ your part of the obligation Him SusJe wounds were dressed and ho was capt Au Ionia Mich barber shaved a Sublette Secretary for Exeutiv CAm ured by the asylum authorities He hails man in twenty six secouds theothorday raittce in Apostolic Guide from Bowling Green Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ihopay no paper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hazel Gjieen Hekaip BPENOER COOPER - - - Editor patient KY For n month Colonel Smarts roglmunt hud been lying Inactive at Cairo and with many of tho othors Luko was growing Im surpriKU and but for tho fug uii4 inon m darkness thoy would havo succeeded but followed by half a dozen men ran forward shouting Not by n jugful yelled Arkansaw Tom and quick us flash ho brought his gun to his shoulder and leveled It at tils heart But just as his linger pressed the trigger Luko struck up tho guu with Ins sword and sent tho bullet Hying harmlessly through tho nil Dod burn It what d yo do tliet fur 44 Fly for your life shouted Luke push ing tho Bcout down tho hill and starting aftor him But a black object behind a tree arrested his attention It was that mysterious old negro Bluckhawk who had boen a puzzlo to him from childhood Bluckhawk had got awuy from tho boat found a gun and came to tight Ho was kneeling behind a treo his gun leveled at tho young Con federate whoso life Luke had Â¬ Â¬ IN EFFECT MAY ISth 1801 Â¬ Surrenderor diol Friday HAZEL GREEN - Tunc 12 1891 On tho morning of tho Otlt of November 1MU ho had taken hit company as usual out for drilling ami thoy woro returning to quartern when tho adjutant told him to ro port at tho Colonols headquarters He found most of tho commissioned ofllcors of tho regiment In tho Colonels tent THE OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE I I LUKE MASON Thrilling and Romantlo Story of tho Lato Civil War jiy joiin it Miraicic lirrnoR or Diiotiieii aoainbt HnoTftBR IlKLHN LAKKMAN Wovo got marchin orders at last said Colonel Smart his face glowing with Bo In readiness to go aboard excitement tho boats to night ono of tho ofllcors Whuro aro we golu asked 0 thats a secret with Grant and Me demand and yet with a knowing wink ho added Ill bet I know whoro woro bound got your men in readiness with threo das rations un forty rounds an Newport News it Mississippi VallevCo IK 1 WASHINGTON BALTLM0KI3 OLD POINT i PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK I Bj yj A y V rl III v THE tEA SHORE j jbld r and Otiikh Stoiuki CopyrtghUd lUNKKHor Ditnroup WAITXH UHOWC tsi i CONTINUUM Tho woman throw liorsolf In a chair in a coruor of tho room ntul began to sulk and snivel whllo tho soldiors busied thetnsolvos Ono mado a Are In tho eook stovo anothor brought water and otbors woro useful in othor ways Shu did not move until sho heard hor chlckons squalling nnd Hprlug Infj to hor foot sho soizod a broom and leaped out into tho yard to defend hor faSho had raised hor weapon to vorites strike when Luko seized hor arm and said You will savo chickens and othor prop arty too by dovoting your tluio to prepar ing our breakfast Sho was frantic with rngo and sworo sho would pizon om Somo of tho soldiors throatonod to burn tho houso if aho didnt go to work Ill git yor hrcakfuAt an I hopo tor good noss itll choko ye Oh no maw yo dont wish us thot bad luck do yof said Arkansaw Tom Maw I yo old whlto hoiuled sinnor dont yorcall mo maw Yor old onough to bo Â¬ Â¬ my Im Ohlalyo dont think only oightoon Horo granpop o do yol Why tako a chaw n git n a good humor said Arkansaw Tom taking a httgo twist of tobacco from his pocket and holding it tantullzlngly closo to hor With an expression more forcible than elogant sho struck it from hit hand and sont it spinning across tho houso out at tho door Arkunsuws compauious laughed at Â¬ Whutallo near midnight before tho transports dually pushed on and stoumod down thb rivor The coolness of tho mon mado somo of tho ofllcors ashamed of tholr nervous uneasiness The great black smoko issued from the tall smoko stacks tho ougiuos puffed and tho ponderous paddles woro sot in motion Ero long tho transports woro in tho mldnlo of tho stream speeding down tho grout dark rlvor As Luko gazed upon thoso gallant mon ho began to wonder how many of them would roluru from tho expedition Somo woro eating somo telling stories and Arkansaw Tom was lying upon tho deck buried in sound slumber us if he wus at his homo or hunting camp How can ho sleep when to morrow ho may dio Luko asked himself Tho young Captain walked off and gaod for a fow mo ments on tho recoiling lights of Cairo then ho descended to tho bollor deck whore ho was walking about when Home ono touched his shoulder Ho turned uud by tho light of the groat furnace discerned the ebony fuco of tho colored tlreman Dont yo know mo massai ho askod Whatl Blaokhawkl What aro you doing Â¬ Though no positivo information had es caped from headquarters by which thoy could possibly determine tho Intent of the L3tninaiiding ofllcors yot it was understood that tho expedition was cither upon Bol f 8E TIlTtN TO SAVE IE UNION mont or Columbus Going to his tent Luko hastily pouued a owing to not being ablo to seo whoro to fow linos to Lillio informing her of tho land tho transports woro forced to beat dangerous expedition on which they were about until daylight when thoy run in unabout to engage hoping ho would come out der tho banks gang planks wero thrown safo if ho did not ho had tho glorious con- out nnd tho disembarkation commenced solation of dying for his country The first man whom Luko saw go ashoro Tho troons woro gotton in roudinoss that was that silent man of iron whoso very oveniug and tho transports with their presenco Boomed to inspire tho men with decks and yards fenced in with logs brought confidence Ho led his horso off tho gang plank uud up tho stoop muddy bauk whoro in close to shoro Tho soldiers woro mus tored to quartern an hour after dark and ho44waited for tho troops Full in commanded tho Colonel marched down to tho rlvor Tho gang Company E full In commanded Capplanks woro thrown out and thoy wont uboard Lukes regiment took quarters on tain Mason and in n moment every man tho upper deck where tho mon stacked was in line Somo of them as thoy wont ashore were making a breakfast of crackarms and sat down Tho night was dark and foggy but thoy ers which was to bo their last meal had experienced pilots who know ovory Lukes company at last began to fllodown foot of tho river and men and ofllcors hud tho narrow stairway to the bollor deck and to climb un tho muddy banlc Tho shore tho most implicit con tldeuco in them Ono delay followed anothor until it was was now llnod with bluo coats bright caps Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well soo mm 1m if saved You black Bcoundrel daro you flro and I will run you through shouted Luke plac ing tho point of his sword against tho Â¬ And nil Eastern Cities Â¬ 44 Â¬ Â¬ horo lit When did you como Two wooksugo Did you run away from your master 1s tryin tor save dis Union mussa Thought Id do all I km nn1 como down heah fur a job Seo you obory day nevah fur away frum yo Luko gazed at tho black for a fow mo said Flrln ma3sa Â¬ ments in stupotled buwilderment and thou Â¬ i vr Blackhawk what Is this wondorful mys tery about you Why do you follow mo Who aro you any way Yoll know all bout it mobbesomo day massa but I cant told yo now massu and Bluckhawk began shoveling coal into tho great furnuco Luko roturnod to whoro his mon woro SUE SEIZED A UUOOM quartered lost in wonder and mystery his oxponso and old Tom recovering his whilo tho voisols sped down tho river con voying thoso bravo mou to Bolmont carplug just as a gooso wan running aftor It nage and death lauirhed himself at tho infuriated woman Breakfast was propared under many CHAPTER VII diQlcultlcs and quickly dispatched ami tho a nitiKt TiuuMPn soldiers loading thomsolvos with pro A black night tho dark wators tho tall visions bado their unwilling hostess faro smoko stacks from which sparks occasion Â¬ well Sho wishing them in loworand hottor ally rolled In showers all tended to give an rogions slammed tho door after them awful solemnity to tho scone The Next day Cairo was reached Horo thoy silence of thoso thousands of blue found General J S Grunt with a consider coats was iutousltied by an occasional able force Thoy drew arms and uniforms whisper producing a wonderful change as thoy bo Ono by ono tho lights of Cairo went out gau to look like soldiers llko the bright hopes of life and Luke Thooflicors received tholr commissions stood gazing upon tho silent stutuo liko and tho men woro immediately put uudor forms of the soldiers who woro sitting in military training and discipline rows upon tho deck Growing tired ofro Though tho men woro tired onough when undoing In one placo ho wont to tho bow they reached Cairo u fow days of camp life Hero stood a solitary man with tho shoul mado it irksomo to them and they woro dor strops of a General his arms folded anxious to bo upon tho march again At across Ids breast his eyes tlxed on tho Columbus and Bolmont tho onomy woro river It was so dark that his features strongly posted to provent tho passage of woro hardly recognizable and ho did not Union forces down tho Mississippi know him until ho turnod and said I dont sco why in thunder thoy dont go 44 Young man you aro likoly to seo somo said Corporal service down n tako Columbus Ho rocoguized him now as Gen- Â¬ Max whoso propensity to grumblo soomod eral Grant to increaso Yes Gouorul I cumo for that busiWo halnt roady ylt Arkansaw Tom ness answered Tho Gonoral ngalu rolapsed Into silonco Halnt roady ar wo gwlno t wait till ami stood gazing down into that Impenetra doomsday foro wo git ready ble darkness into which tho boat was plungArkansaw Tom was lying on tho shady ing Luko would havo very much liked to ask aldoof aplloof logs Iir hands forming a pillow whllo ho gazed up at tho sky General Grant somo questions but that Weve fjot tor git mo men an hov om strango silent man loading an army to battle was not easily approached Ho stood better drlllod jltnlny cried Corporal and gazed for somo time on that immova Mo men Maxvhywovo got mo raon now n wove ble sphinx llko tlgure seeming to gain strength and con tldence from his veryBl got touts fur once Keeling himself to boon Intruder ho Thoy aint nufft tako thorn towns bo roturnod to his company sldos woro not drlllod Tho boats wore compelled to trovol very Drilled wy la holp mo how much more drlllln dyo want Ivo woro out my logs a slowly owing to tho fog and intonno dark inarchlntan my hands arms on shoulders ness Colonel Smart during tho night came from tho cabin whoro somo of tho ofll a handlln that blastod old gun 1 wush tor goodnosu thoyd a lot mo a cors woro nnd told Luko thoy woro going I kin to Bolmont kept iny riflo said Arkansaw Tom Wo dont duro tuoklo Columbus Its too contor ovory tlmo with It hut knock out n strong with this blamed old musket Its much as fur from bargain t hit the sldo o a barn two hundred mayBut Columbus is not tho robelsBolmont thorol thoy not relnforco yards had suporsodod asked Luke General U S Grant 8 Prentiss at Goral Benjamin auftlolont force Cairo and klu Well lick thunder out o om aforo thoy do that to strlko WM waiting for a Tho veterun of tho Belmont oxpedltlon owedoilvebkwut theenuiny Oglesbv was still in Mis who may chance to read this narrative Cekmel Richard WMirf guarding a polat wakm it was thought will hero recall bohio of tho omotlons which wtooMwry to bold and General Grant learn Â¬ thrilled IiIb own soul as he found himself ing that OriMby wr thrwUftied by a force drifting down the dark rlvor knowing full of from Columbia determined to well that the morrow would bring a death m a more whioh wfOHld detraot them struggle U was the Intention to take Botront by Â¬ Â¬ awe-inspirin- g and gllstonlng muskets General Grant with his aids was rapidly getting thorn in position Luke saw no sign of an enomy On tho right was a Held of tull corn tho overhanging blades of which would conceal uny ob ject from view a dozen rods awuy Before them wus u hill covered with what seemed a dense growth of timbor but which was really a formidable abattis com jwsed of trees felled in Buch a way that It scorned impossible for mon to aquoozo through them 44 Woro a beon foolln about horo so long that tho Robs hov got plenty timo t roin foco growled Corporal Max Silonco in ranks But Max wus correct Tho delay had boen unavailable it is true yot it mode it so long aftor daylight that tho soldiors and trans ports lauding abovo Bolmont woro discov Â¬ ered nnd tho Confederates mado preparations to give them u warm roception Tho attacking army at last began to od vancoiu two long lines extending through a part of the coru flold and the tall bottom grass Tho fog rapidly rolled away and tho burnished arms of tho bluo coats glit tered with dazzling brightness in tho morning sun Before the foot of the hill was roached a halt wa9 mado and skirmishers doployod Captain Mason with his entire company was thrown forward upon tho skirmish lino He tlrst deployed in platoons then in fours and dually placed ouch man a rod from any of tho othors All was quiot A peculiar solemn hush teemed to havo fallen ovor tho scene broken only by tho crushing tread of somo soldier making his way through tho tanglod thicket Luko began to half believe that tho onomy had deserted tho camp A crow cawing loudly was soarmgabovo tho tree tops doubtloss annoyed by tho presenco of tho advancing warriors A bluo jay chirped and scroamod us It flitted from bush to bush and troo iti front of tho advancing skirmish lino Luko was pressing his way through an almost impenetrable jungle when a shot rung out on his loft It wus the tlrst sound of an onomy Tho mon had really began to secretly hopo that thoy would And tho camp deserted For a single instant the heart of ttie youthful Captain boat fastor while tho blood forsook his check Bang I Dang bang I throo moro shots in quick succession outho loft pronounced the skirmish as begun And now the music bo gins 011 the right First half a dozen shots lead off followed by a score and thon a hundred Tho crow and blue jay fly away and ovory soldier moro eager for a shot than prudent prossed forward Luko Btruiuod his eyos for aglimpso of tho enemy nnd was at last rewarded by a dark object moving about among the leaves Whether one manor a score ha know not for the bushos almost completely concealed Â¬ 44 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I numbored eight thousand but General Grunts forces fell upon them with such im petuosity that after a bnof but desperate struggle thoy broko and fled A momont later tho stars nnd bars wero run down and tho stars and stripos mounted into their Â¬ little baby freo inv P Wl But ho was a good master to you and He if yon harm hun 1 will kill you snatched the negros gun from his hand and hurled him down tho hill Thoy had not gone fur boforo thoy met tho advancing lines of tho Federal army uud the skirmishers quickly fell into placo and all pressed gallantly up tho eminence through tho foiled timber Tho terrible thunder of contondmg armies mado the woods tremble Tho Federals passed over the abattis of fallen trees though many a gallant soldier laid down his lffc in the effort Luko saw Eddio Reed one of his company lying with his body in tho fork of a fallen tree and supposing he was entangled went to holp extricate him but ho had a bullet in his heart and was dead Tho Union forces drovo buck tho robel lines boforo thorn As soon as tho clourod spaco around tho camp was gained a churgo was ordorcd and a terriblo hand to hand frght ensued The Confederates negros broast Hes a Hob massa an Is flghtiu tor The Direct Line to LEXINGTON ST LOUIS LOUISVILLE 4 KANSAS CITY iMEMPH IS n CHATTANOOGA And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest EAST hound Fast Fast Ml Aeeom Daily Express Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun Â¬ Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington WEST HOUND lo U 15pm 7 35 am ISpm 7 OOpm 8 Utnm 7 10pm 7 80pm 8 52am 7 15pm 0 01pm 10 10am 10 OOpm lOiOpm 12 15pm 43pm 12 28pm Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm 10 Olive Hill Mt Huntington Cattlettshurg Ashland Sterling Winchester Lexington ing their own friends for tho blues and grays woro so mixed up that it was rathor difllcult to tell friend from foo Driven from their camp the robots lied down under tho hill Tho Union soldiers flushed with victory became wild Hithor and thither helter skelter they went ro gardloss of military discipline and seem ing moro liko madmen than soldiers TJiey plundered and burned tho camp and cheered until they wero hoarse In vain did Gonoral Grunt try to get them back to tho transports They seemed bent only upon the destruction of tho onomys propÂ¬ place Tho battorios at Columbus commanded Limited Vkstikuikd Exi kess runs daily tho position nnd Gonoral Grant knew he and has Vestibuled Pullman BufTet Sleepers could not long hold tho camp Tho only between Louisville Lexington Washington thing that hud protected tho Union forces New York and Old Point Comfort This from showers of shot and shell wus the train is made part of the celebrated foar the Confederate gunners had of kill- GOO am 39pm 6 25 am 150pm 0 37am 3 01pm 8 20am 100am 4 32pm 10 27 am fl 25am 4 58pm 11 loam 7 15am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm S 01am Le 1 1 20pm F F V East of Huntington on the C O route Â¬ Fast MaiiTkains run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with C tfcO At Ashland with S V By At Winchester with K C B 11 north and south bound and at Lexington with L T P Bailroads N L S and C N O Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with L S R It for Louisville connecting lines or to Lexington and Oiivk Him Accomo dation daily except Sunday Connects at Â¬ Â¬ Form yor men yelled Colonel Smart growing wliito with fury Fall m fall in cried Captain Mason 44 Hurrah fur tho stars and stripes woro tho boys that licked tho Johnnies yollcd Corporul Max but a short distance away swinging un officers llquor caso over 44 erty For full information iu regard to Bates Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or II E Huntington V C P ami G M LEXINGTON1 L Brown KY G P A Not ovor half a Fall in- - Max fall In dozen men in Lukes company we o yot in line tho othors running about the camp Ofllcors ensued A scono of confusion frantiiully swearing and hero and thero dragging a soldier to his position while the men soomod to havo lost their wits and wero whooping and shouting like madmen A whito puff of smoke curled up from one of tho batteries at Columbus and a shell camo circling through the air It exploded near tho camp uud brought the soldiers to their sonsos In less than tlvo minutes long lines of men woro filing down tho hill from tho 44 his head G W G A Barney Lexington Ky W S G A HarrisonKy Ashland TR J F LOCKHART 3mT JU Office on DENTIST EZEL KY 1 I W W JUSTICE DENTIST Bees House camp Tho Robs aro coram ovor In boats somo ono criod and tho alarm spread throughout the army Tho excellent goner ulshin of the Commander alono suved tho Union forces from uttor rout Companies could not bo got togothor and regimental organizations could not be full Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below WINCHESTER KY Jyly TJR J A TAULBEE maintained Stragglers were scattered Hazol Green Wolfe County everywhere some searching for dead or KENTUCKY wounded frieuds othors on plunder bont and not more than one half of thorn remained at their post or heard an order TSAAO W HOSE givou by tho oftlcers Â¬ Physician and Surgeon CONTINUED NEXT WEEK 44 Â¬ thorn Tho ball opoued in front and ilro smoko and leaden hail wero poured in upon tho center of tho Union skirmish lino Tho soldiors stood their ground and fought with wonderful desperation uud coolness 44 Why dont thoy romforco us criod Lieutenant Smith Woro tlghtln a hull Or you are nil worn out really Rood for nothing It U gouorul debility Try IF YOU It HACK ACHES Â¬ It will cure you and ijlve u good uppvilto by all dealers In medicine nitOWVS IJIOX HETTKIIS VORIS Representing Sold Will prvctice in the Courts of Morgan amiWolfe counties Special attention to rollectious and returns promptly made Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY Â¬ army Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 44 44 41 A fow momonts later the skirmlshors woro reinforced and gallantly prossed forward pushing the Confederates back two hundred pacos or more up tho hill whoro they mado anothor Btnnd A roar of musketry mot tho advancing skirmish line and the woods soomod alive with leaping tlames Tho bark tlow from the shattered trees limbs twigs and leaves fell In showers and bullets whistled like rain about the ears of tho soldiers Tho man on Lukes right was klllod one on tho loft foil mortally wounded Lieutenant Smith received a shot iu his arm and rotlred to tho rear Corporul Max was knocked down by a spent ball anil for a fow moments tho young Captain seemed to stand ulouo before tho onomy Cap 1 bo cussed of wo haint got tor git out 0 this cried old Arkansaw Tom coming up at this moment Woro tlghtln lino o battle Luko had realized this somo moments bo fore but had held his ground hopiug soon to bo reinforced Tho tiro was so heavy that tho soldiors had begun to fly 44 Como on Cup fur Gods sako dont Btand thar n bo killed crlod old Tom seizing his arm and trying to drag him away Tho denso smoke of buttlo had settled about among the woods rendering Â¬ 44 11 J JE r E CO A MAY M ROBINSON LOUISVILLK KY Attorney-at-La- w Headquurterh Mt Sterling Ky complete line of samples ma bo been OMBS HOUSE Will praetiee iu the Courts of Morgan ami Wolfe counties Special attention to col where lections ami returns proiupuy m F MAYTOWN KY BYRD ATTORNEY AT LAW OAMITON KY CAMPTON KY 8 S COM US IltoiutiKTOit ami The patronage of the traveling public is Will practice in thu Courts of Wolfe l adjoining counties Special attention respectfully solicited Table the best and collections and furnishing abstract ot titles every attention for the comfort of guests ATTORN AT LAW ATTORNEY AT LAW nvir lv Yftlifitittit ltttttlr Muysvillo St Mt Sterling Ky WlWT LllUKTY KY Pracflee iu Montgomery Bow ell Menifee Wolfe Brtiithitt Ulnwan Mugotliu and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court Will practice in the tjouutieb of Kllil of Appeals Morgan Magollin Menefee and Wolfe OtHf Â¬ W OOD DAY f A 1 11 1 T WOOD PAY T T STEELE rfHHKLv MNiwim m ibU objects invisible twenty pacos away As Luke wm about to comply with tho old scouta request a Confederate oMcor can cb yomjuUkly how mucnmii hi In mn fromrflo 10 lUjr Ilia tlMt ml iiiuii vu n on lloih mm all In mr of Amtrtci you tin ciiiiiitiit litin glr lag all tour tlnntr Moments only to l work AIIUikw tirrat bir MLUk r tf7 wilW t Urt you fWmlialni ttlhlnr EABlLr MIKKIifLY rAHTILlTLAIM Vtiiu AdJr ii llChXlvrinlrurN yr I t lnic ilwotli f r Ul mil y John R ltdr T P SUTTON BEV1TYVILLE KY trt tin REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING CnUeetionHiind remittance promptly made Correspondence solicited tswR mut SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD Only 1 h year it ruRTUau juftL ltrnr AGENT JUD KIR PRIMTIlin of I ninllnU Tiik HKRAMMilhce nU klmlx done at Wfr a i rZZfFT - p T W n W W Jra f fts l u DGPARcmenc nniurrnasioniil District Oflioial Orunix of tho Tenth Ky - - Editor B F DAVIS of Ezol whom all eiimmuniuatioiii intended for tills department should In1 mlilrossod pu STATE OFFICIOUS T T Oakinih President Bardwell 11 F Davis Secretary Ezol Cu a uus Tack Treasurer Sip W M Haiuy Lceturer CJohl City ixkcutivicommiitiij W U Hiuviiu Olmsteud II U- Buowx Clinton - T A ri 1 1 ner L Ivahii See iV Treiw NATIONAL OFFICERS President L L IoiK Washington 1 C Secy J 1 1- Dooms Finehville DISTRICT OKFICEKS UiNCO President Kothwell - Tuns Kit rNT0Tl12 Hereafter no IndorMiieiit of any mans candidacy for any political otlieuwill ho published in thene columns until he shall have paid the feu cither to the printer or my elf To do so would he unfairly taking advantatie of the publisher Only indorsements of farmers at farmers meetings inserted in this department under H F Davis any circumstances 10 Fees for Announcements County District State Officers 1 THE ALLIANCE DEMANDSNo I - Money Its Abuse proceed to discuss the third We now Tlioy are objection to national banks a prolific source of usury the greatest Since the curse to the human race invention of money by man usury has been the source of more evil than war pestilence and famine combined It is a slow eating cancer permitted in our economic system consuming the profits of industry and robbing labor of its So apparent was this evil that reward Mosaic system of laws it was proin the hibited in most emphatic terms In dealing with this question we do not propose to make any line distinctions between interest and usury We believe that interest is usury and that men have no more right to change the divine law in relation to this question than they have to change the plan of salvation Then what is interest or usury Let us turn to Websters dictionary unabridged edition What does it say Premium paid for the use of money the profit per cent derived for money lent or property used by another person or from debts remaining unpaid What is usury Let us again turn to Webster Here is what he says A premium paid or stipulated to be paid for the use of money interest The two words mean the same thing Now get down your bibles and let us ee Â¬ wnat Gods commandments are about taking usury interest Turn to Leviticus chapter xxv 35 37 What do we read And if thy brother be waxen poor and fallen in decay with thee then thou shalt relieve him yea though he may be a stranger or a sojourner that he may Take thou no usury of Jive witli thee him or increase but fear thy God that Thou thy brother may live with thee hhalt not give him thy money upon usury or lend him thy victuals for increase Now turn to the twenty second chapter of Ezekiel 12th and 13th verges In thee have they taken gifts to shed blood thou hast taken usury and in crease and thou hast greedily gained of thy neighbors by extortion and hast forgotten me saith the Lord God Behold therefore I have smitten my hand at thy dishonest gain which thou hast made Now turn to Deuteronomy xxm chapter 2Uth verse Thou shalt not lend upon usury to thy brother usury of money usury of victuals usury of anything that is lent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Restore I prayyoiu to them even this day their lands their olive yards their vineyards ami tlieir houses also the hun dredth part of the money and of the corn the wine and the oil that ye exact of them And then turn to the IStli chapter of Ivokiel 13th verse and read what God says He that hath taken usury shall not live Now let me ask in all candor in this scripture as true to day as it was in old en times Is any part of the law blotted Did Christ come to out or amended destroy the law Ah says Mime one the laws of our land have legalize inter Did God authorize the est or usury No my friends the change was change made by lawyers upon whom Christ pro nounced a curse Interest is as much usury today as it was in the days when Moses received tho law and command ments amidst the thunders of Mt Sinai We have not space to further discuss this subject from a moral standpoint We desire to present some figures show ing that national banks are a national The curse from a financial standpoint following table taken from page 425 of Gnskells Compendium shows the great accumulating power of interest If one dollar be invested and the interest added lo the principle annually at the rates named we shall have the following result as the accumulation of one hundred years 100 years at 1 per ct tf 100 years at 2 per ct U 100 years at 3 per ct VJli 100 years at per ct Ti0i 132JS 100 years at f per ct 3 10 100 years at 0 per ct 858 100 ytars at 7 per ct 100 years at 8 per ct 2203 1 5013 100 years at per ct 13809 100 years at 10 per ct 8 tt75 100 years at 12 per ct 1174405 100 years tit lo per ct 100 years at 18 per ct 15145000 100 years at 24 per ct 2551799404 The above table presents an interestBy it a careful ing subject for study calculation made by the writer has shown that estimating the cost of the outfit in which Columbus sailed 400 years ago to discover America at 5000 The same amount of money at compound interest at the low rate of 5 per cent would by the present time have accumulated to the vast and almost incom- Â¬ prehensible sum qf one trillion four hundred and seventy eight billion four hundred and nine million dollars or more than the value of all the property Assuming that the in the entire world average circulation of the national banks since their incorporation in 1853 to be 300000000 and the average interest charges for loans at 10 per cent we find that tho 300 000000 invested in the business in 1803 has grown to the enor- Â¬ mous sum of 4200000000 or fourteen 3900000 times its original amount 000 of this vast sum represents the ac cumulation of the profits of industry When it is remembered that this money loaned did not belong to the banker his capital was on deposit in the shape of government bonds on which he received interest but was furnished him by the people who borrowed it from him and paid him this enormous amount of inter eat we may well exclaim against such a gigantic system of robbery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Assistatit Doorkeeper W T Ward Ser Â¬ rTHftofni geant at Arms Adjourned at 1130 A which M to take on some refreshments had been prepared and brought to the ground by the good sisters of the com Â¬ No 6 80 Will fsiiiwii KY Main Street WINCHESTER - munity The house was called to order by the President at 1 v M ami tested and found correct After the installation of olli cers it was announced that there would be public speaking ami everybody pres ent was invited Row 11 D Adams entertained tho audience for about thirty minutes and was followed by Bro Burch and others The following resolutions were present Â¬ Â¬ FURNITURE CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING AVo ed and adopted RoMilvcd That we tender to the sister Â¬ hood of Flat Rock Union our sincere thanks for the bountiful repast received at their hands Resolved further That the proceed Â¬ ings of this meeting be sent to the IIakki Gkikx Hkiiam and Farmers Home Journal for publication On motion the Union adjourned in due form to meet with Clifty Union Wolfe county Ky on the fourth Satur day in June 1S91 at 9 oclock A t Â¬ have milled Inrgoly to our stock and now occupy two large buildings and carry a 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 Â¬ Â¬ When you do come down make our store vour head quarters THE WINN FURNITURE CO J M Â¬ KKLLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary mid Treasurer C W Clark M i r WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CATL ON THE Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ take into consideration the fact that the banker may have exchanged treasury notes worth but 50 cents on the dollar for his bonds and that the bonds have since appreciated until they are worth 130 cents on tho dollar thesystem becomes more glaringly inconsistent and damning in its effects than ever In our next we will undertake to expose some of the excuses ottered for the incorpora- If we Â¬ UKn usury Turn again and read from the flth chap-Â¬ ter of Nehemiah what God says through him And there was a great cry of the peo ple and their wive against their brethren tho Jews Some also there were that said we our sons and our daughters are many therefore we take up corn for them that we may eat and live Some also there were that said we have mortgaged our lands vineyards and houses that wo might buy corn be cause of the dearth There were those also that said we have borrowed money for the Kings tribute taxes and that upon our lauds and vineyards yet now tlesh in as the llesh or our brethren our children as their children and lo we bring into bondage our sons ami our daughters to be servants and some of our daughters are brought into IxiiHliige already neither is it in our power to redeem them for other tnoii have our lands and our vineyards And I was very angry when I heard Then I con their cry and these words sulted with myself and rebuked the no bles and tho rulers and said unto them ye exact usury every one of his brother and I sot a great assembly against them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I pray you let us leave on this usury tion of tho system and tho benefits said to be dorived from it Muiirfiiii Comity Alliance Mootlnv to proyious apoiutmunt a According L U was held May meeting of the F 23 1891 with Flat Rock Union Mcne fee county Ky for the purposo of perfecting an organization which shall Ihj known as a Memorial District Union Delegates present from various Unions were as follows A C Niekell F O Nickell and Louis HiltonM Pine Grove Union Jama Wilson W G Iierntt and W E Burch of Clifty Union W T Ward J H Clark and Jordan Wills H B Kash of of May town Union Sandfield Union II 1 Lawson Martin Layne and John Deniston of Sulphur Springs Union II D Adams of Toms Branch Union After the jlejcgates wen seated tho house proceeded to elect officers for the ensuing year W M Wheeler was elect- Â¬ ed President Louis Hilton Vice Presi dent C WClark Secretary US Hel ton Treasurer Martin Layne Chaplain II G Adams Lecturer II B Kash Assistant Lecturer J H Clark Steward Win Adams Doorkeeper W O Picratt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Action NeccNMory In conjunction with education in the Farmers Alliance action ib very essen tial Many of our members are educa ted to the point that they say the time has come when the laboring and agricul- Â¬ tural people must take a part in the for- Â¬ mation of the laws as well as to throw off the shackles of political slavery and partisan bondage These assertions are very good and very true but a bare as sertion not backed by action or proof of some kind is powerless and liable to do no good other than to deceive those who have confidence in the one making such assertions Some men say that we ought to turn out tho rascals who have put such burdens upon us but when one of them comes out as a party candidate and secures the nomination of the party primary or caucus then these same men say that they are not going to vote for the man but for the party and for priu ciple God knows that they aro liars and that they would support the party man if the party had no principles and Such men as the man no character these who profess to know that it is time for a change and who assert that to obtain redress of these wrongs we must lay aside party prejudice and vote for good honest capable men who arc our friends and who will do all in their pow- Â¬ er to relieve us of unjust and class legislation and then in the face of all jJicse good suggestions and pitiful pleas will turn aside when the party lash is heard and the spirit of prejudice is doing its dastardly deeds and support characterl- Â¬ ess men men who are by vocation and profession opposed to their ideas of reform such a man we say is an injury to any good cause and a disgrace to the nobility and grandeur oi Gods handi- Â¬ work Wo can never havo reform until tho jieoplo learn by study and by reading what is best and what if most needed and then have the manhood to do that that will bring about the desired change If it is necessary to turn a certain man or class of men out of office do so and that at once If you find by trial that as a rule a certain class of people aic calculated to work in opposition to our demands keep such men out of office by voting for men who aro not only friendly to your cause When but advocates of your demands you have the manhood and tho courage of your convictions to do this thou you will see the first fruits of your labor First educate and then act The one is as essential to reform as the other and it will require the two to bring about the demands of our order If you expect to get all that you demand by education Action your expectations aro in vain determined and in unison is essential to success Bro Hackny Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii Secy D U Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St STATK cum of Louisville Thev are operating THK IA11GKST FOUNDRY AND MAC1IINK SHOP IN THE All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE DONE at thi lowimt uviNfl iMticKH REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President Office 19 EAST MAIN IrtaT Foundry on K U STREET RAILROAD TDVinO fnTl JUeXlIlgbOIl TTtT XLy NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Swango Are now receiving a Fresh niul Choice Stock ol Fall REFUNDED Winter Goods c OK MONEY I To which they invite the attention of the citizens of llnzcl Green ami vicinity constat inj of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department in chock lull of hnrgaiiiH AST EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 I in DOCTOR TAYLORS URE FOR CHILLS nmm priceI rn cents Jll Be FEVER BILIOUSNESS HEADACHE AND ALL rim wfct di abi wrvuvuio i a URE stlouis mo MALARIAL DISORDERS w richardsom taylok medco WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC The Largest Drug Houso in tho Ohio Valloy Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by the Dozen 10000 Squaro Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed lute giiariintet to cure all Iuius audi Aelies I ramus and one IJiarrluea IJS entery etc I Tsed internally and oxter l I j Aiiauy nilue ih hi iimineiii in inu woruij X nfrvf kinri The onlv remedy that sold on is proprietors of the fuinmiH X v v X tut ahso X rilUK ir lKM ll 1 I XFor tho periiuiuent cure of rains in the ltuok and all disorders of the KidncvB and Urinary Organs Thousands of eer tllieates ot those who mye used this remedy will he sent on application NiNnnnKinNKv nnsn Hole proprietors of the rciiowucltiX a i gSSrFou Saii hy W0O Iiuj Stoui and Country Storkh Evrrywiikric IND ruiiiv siuo PARRY iMIFO OO INDIANAPOLIS v flPT VjfcjrL Jx rt a ONLY 1300 rtcc 18 on To Old lolnt Comfort niul ICturn On Tuesday July 21 st u special train will l run to Old Point Comfort from Cash with at Factory Order 11 Lexington under the auspices of the Main street Christian church Only lltttH for the round trip and Hpecial low rates at the Hygciu Hotel for those who go on thin excursion Make your arrangement to go iw thin will he the cheapest and moat desirable excursion from Ixjxington this season TicketM good to return until August 8 and holders may stop at any of tho Vir Â¬ ginia resort on return trip For explanatory circular nee or address any railroad agent or G W Uaunfw W H Hobwem trlrlly riM CUi nrruiitud All mtouiI drouth Hickory tioil vtliM niul 1 rcrfccily llulnuciil Unv lUiu iYat Arm Umg Fjvy Killing Oil Tempered Ppriiig IkM Wheels ami Kelt All over IF YOU CANT FIND TBSM FOR BALE BY YOUft MERCHANT sll li IriiA Jm - y Jtwt Jw r WRIT VI Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY o attend lo all call for nuotioHetriHg ami will also solicit IjiihIhis of this kind IteMnectfulry Jfce JOIIN II HKUATT I J H PIERATT o jgTDoublo and Single Turnout and Saddl Horsoa for hire Partfea oonvoyod to any point on reasonable terms CIIAS I j IIROWN General lWngur Agent Lexington Ky G A DrLovu o i1- - tww miwu piiibiiimi ihiupm nyir-i-- wcjim Hazel - Gjkeen - Herald - - iiiLjJui tWnxis Illil1l Illlir Mr l I wcrwcm I poflkirtlio South 111 I SPENOER COOPKR FlMDAY - Editor w I HAZEL GREEN Illllt iioiihn uiinpiuiupu brokon and despair with tat wiimimi n viiiijjn U 1 R - KY piph bankrupt Is there nothing hi 12 J ML that -- liuiition to touch you with pltyf If Mz Jkem S DA vMk I It I Bti Jiruuken fiilonil Pi of tlu tiUc wic overthrown iMl That usurpation liusbceu perpetuated Hut recently one of ihice hy lmvouot f hitivo hull- out xiiieral entered thu Ai Mill J At Ji -- - Vvnn as Cromwell entered the Eugli di purlin IIKMOLUATIO STVTI TICKKT Col Pride und rulhleH ly ex o- iiiciit with Fur inventor Onwnrd uud on polled the occupant JOHN YLTN IIIIOWX ward you go in delinuee of the cinintry WASH Orileiiibisoii County without pity und without justice Ior LktiteiuiuM inventor lMilVIDKNT deterininid it seeing to MITCHKU C AhFOKI drive the Southern jnople toilestruction OflUll Comity to give their roofs to the Humes and their For Attoruev ieitoralj A federal geucrnl llosli to the eagles S W WIWJAM J ilKNDUIUK - on the scene and sends a dispatch stepOf riiining County VICK IHKSIDKNT to the world tlmt the people of the stnte We have heard it echoed For Amlitor banditti ire rLUKK C NORM AN elsewhere that they were thieves and Of Itotuii Count v murderers and night raiders The eler of tliTtt stnte Jew and Jentile have ky For Tieatiirer A H Jenied it The husine s men and the SiHfVhK CrTlHNHY Comity v A Northern residents have denied it CASIIIKH majoricommittee of vour own hoine a For Heirbtor of tlie Land Oilier ty being Kepublicaiis has given its sob GKKKN JUCKKY SWA NOD cum and emphatic contradiction and r Wolfe County nailed the slander to the counter For Superiiitfiiilfiit of Iliblle Instruction at i ittiT ii jr Now what should be said if that ae ASST UASHIKll HI POIHTK THOMPSON should come from one I speak citation Of Owen County oC-i- not of men but of language within the For Clerk of Court of Appeal tules of thi- - hou e if that accusation ample facilitie for Aim AM ADDAM- m f n Has nil banking businessdoingagainst that people should come from S- n r m trrrr l -riH i tie xii l r ian Of Harrison County makes collec one who is outlawed in hN home from licit dct0-it- tions irives piompt and caieftil rc peetnhli society who e name iVsynon- attention tosill busincs t entrust- Â¬ Whilotho Hazel Green Fair wus ki vim wjtj faUdmod who is the chum- ed to it illll extends lr its tu year a grand Hucce s from a financial pion ami has been such on all occasions I g5ty---J-an turners the most liberal acco m standpoint and all things considered of fraud who is the npoligi t of thieves 5v z 5fa modatiims consistent with cior- one of tho best first exhibitions ever who in such a prodigy of vice and mean rett banking business in the State its success this year new that to describe him imagination held promises to be even more pronounced would sicken and invective would ex NuiHiiuiiliiMi Curiil The increased amount of the premiums naust tt eiv in J cotinnu voars airo An old physician retired from pracnuni uie new premiums ouereu wu in- - mere wa u man wlin e truilo ww min tice having had placed in his bunds by dttce hundreds to present exhibit- - who Kvr imi he earned his livelihood by sell- an East India niis ioniiry the formula of Inst year did not dream of doing such n jIlir he bodies of his victim- - for cold a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy t at tiling until lite exhibition was over He linked his name to his crime and to und permanent cure of Consumption Last year the Fair eing a new venture day throughout the world it is known as Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all If so you enn got something better than dollars from us many people were deterred from catering Burking If I were to characterize all Throat and Lung Affections al o a posi htock or anything else because they be that was pusillanimous in war inhuman The completion of the K U 11 R to Jackson has cut us off tive and radical cure for Nervoti Debillieved that a favored few would secure in peace forbidding in morals and iufa ity and all Nervous Complaints after from a lame wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several the premiums and that they would have mous in politics I should cull it Butler having tested its wonderful curative pow counties East anil left on our hands an immense stock of their trouble for nothing The Fair was izing ers in thousands of cases has felt it his goods which we tire compelled to unload and in order to do held and these people noted that the duty to make it known to his suffering so we are determined to make prices do the work prices Cull for trrrliut Mttlii premiums were fairly awarded without With the consent of the Chairmen of fellows Actuated by this motive and a which will render our patrons happy and make competition favoritism They also discovered that desire to relieve human suffering I will howl We otter to Country Merchants Extra Inducements stock in many instances inferior to their the various counties comprising the Mth -Senatorial district a Democratic conven- end free of charge to all who desire it and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before own secured premium and they then this recipe in German French or Engresolved that this year they would be in tion to nominate a candidate for State Remember we will lish with full directions for preparing We are overstocked and must unload it and go in to win Hence it is that in Senator to be voted for at the coming und using Sent by mail by uddicssing duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or nil the counties surrounding as well as August election is hereby called to meet with stumpnaming this paper W A retail East or West North or South up hill or down throughout Wolfe scarcely u man can bo at Cnmpton Wolfe county Ky on Fri- Xoyfs 820 Powers Block Rochester found who will not make the effort this day June 26 18tU at 12 oclock t We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH tit 4yl Mass meetings aro also hereby ordered N Y year to secure a prize And tho ladies bottom bargains as will till every department New Fresh blesiifthcir dear hearts nro looking for to be held in each voting precinct thro Tiik Hkfali is only 1 a year Sul- - Seasonable Choice and Cheap We can astonish you with wnrdo tho Fair with the full assurance out the district on Saturday June 20 at scribe now lines of covered with goods at half thntthey will win on cake light bread such hour and in such manner as the A new departure And more than this we will rices patchwork embroidery or something of county committees may determine Each send three delegates to the have the kind Last year there wns an aver precinct will County convention to be hold at the age daily nttenduuee of 3800 people und wo shall not be surprised if tho number Court House in each county on Monday this year run above 5tU0 The people June 22 to elect delegates to attend the nro enthusiastic and their enthusiasm District convention at Cnmpton a Xaa Ench county will be represented in the vj5 x s xsr m - - raa-a can only be appeased by attending and witnessing the exhibition from eendto District convention by one delegate for ANI Commencing Saturday May 30 1S01 at 0 a mr at which ecmlf as old John Harper used to run each electoral vote such county U enti in State conventions and one al every thing goes at reduced prices come and bring your tled to his race horses ternate Hegnte for each vote Each neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary Nos 134 13S RACE STREET Tho new trustees for Hazel Green who candidate in the district convention will of Blue Grass for the year we will exchange iroods or pay were sworn in last week can make a be allowed his strength In each voting CINCINNATI O cash for live stock You can settle notes or accounts with record and a name for themselves that precinct and county convention the same As the prices we name merely give us a chance RED KELLAM John Goff will po imperishable if they will at once WITH to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford to credit Inaugurate a movement to put our streets Chmn 81th Sen Dist Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live in ilrst clitss condition Bridges side- Â¬ S M inorritlio Muni MtfutliiK walks and streets alike need attention stock and school claims taken in exchange N e shall open PuMtiaiit to a call of the Chairman of and tho time is now Wo huvo the pret- Â¬ a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings Committee of the Uth POKTSMOITU O tiest town in tho mountains when it Is the Democratic uplSty and Miss Lulu Day which will lie fully stocked with Fine District the Democrats of Ixed up but liko the gul who left Senatorial Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Wolfe county will meet in Mass Conven Â¬ T H BENNETT her bangs to hum she is scarcely pre Â¬ respective voting places in Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Supplies Picture jsv sentable in her every day duds Property tion ut their CO each voting precinct in Wolfe county on ot ol holders ought to have moro pride In Saturday June 2t 1S91 at 2 oclock i keeping their property in repair and Miss Uawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and M The county committeeman of each Hats Caps Gloves Straw Goods whenever opportunity oilers aid tho trus- Â¬ AND UMBRELLAS precinct will bo chairman of said conven Dress Milker and we oiler you a City Stock to select from tees in every good word and work With CMlMirOTIIK o tion if present if not they will organ v n Paint sr You can get as line and stylish Millinery and Dresses here the host Fair in the Stnte and a brass ize by electing a chairman and secretary AY HOUSE as anywhere and at the cry lowest prices band thni promises as well as any musiand when organized they will by a fair llAzrt CiitiiKN Ky cal organization in the laud we should Yours respectfully MlW LOU DAY Proprietress count and standing vote take the vote all strive to bo somebody and make our hiw heen recently rHittfl and TIhk house of all Democrats present for State Sena- rituriiMuit ami thu tattle U at nil Unit Mif town tho day star of the Stnte Let all tor Theohairmnn will state the name uIUmI with tu hst in thi umrkit Hati n unite in the grand work to be performed i rotiMtuahle Sample room nttavhetl ami sjh of each candidate before the people ask oial rote to coiiunerciul men Patronage Ls till one could and the accomplishment of nitty After the vote reelect fully Molicltcd ing their endorsement wish is assured U taken thoy will elect three delegates AM liS I FA NT to attend a delegate SpeaVitig of Improving streets reminds from each precinct WITH Till 01li KKItAUM convention to meet at the Court us that the county roads should have the countv CO Hat HOUSG Of W Si DlCkillSOIl iu 011111011 uit Monday Juno attention of tho oven eers at once Our Hnuo IS91 to fleet delegates to represent Cor Penrl it Vine CINCINNATI circuit court term will soon bo here and Wolfe county in tho 31th Senatorial dis- Â¬ Invite nil of hi inountflln friends and es the overseers throughout tho county of on tho U5th day of June pecially the uicrclinuth t jlive him a call Wolfe should see to it that they aro not trict convention mIicii iu the city nml secretary will brought before Jho grand jury for being 1S01 The chnlrimm tho IYIucp and the pntronuge f Mountain MrrvlinnU CHARLEY QtMSENHEHUY ftfKSVw1 Wrltet of duty The roads bhould bo certify to tho County conunitteo WITH fully each precinct Mitikfaiiiou Kunrniiti cd number of votes east at jel lly pttjt in thorough repair and at once and meeting for each candidate Unit tkww can bo no complaint to the Jqski 0 IAkik ettut li W muu better to avoid trou- CHnvli Dem Co Com VUliUtt lo lUml a trial pay cot etc kontuCKy fcubcribe now and catch tho good things it will contain this year J l KY LTSX1N0T0N Take Tin llrBAiP only 1 u year iy8ly aA for tkfe vtt wt Mjto no chJurg Fiiilm esvrai lv saw iHBC tty i tOHtllftl If rf Vuiii Miiiirtiiiiiiinit v i Miiiiiil tt Will Villi llOt 11 IllOVlli llV illllll of Hv ti cniHiurmv hetwiwi tin iiixtirr il iiltoriiiV-KiiMM-i- and KcIIilL nl xovcnignty the mill WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID i a a IT CAPITAL I lii i 17500000 MILLER Â¬ WILLIS HAMPTON Â¬ Milsi -r-- OYNTER am mwmSsmamBB aiiB -- n I I jf 1 ir3itisrlfif Â¬ 1 Do You Heed Money 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ CHEAP TARLES MARKS BROS MARKS -- Auction Replarly Every A -- Satirli Â¬ Â¬ CkOTiS HOUSB i F If TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers S YANKEE SBIP Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ D Â¬ J IT JDJOT CO J HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY f Â¬ TRIABLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS Kiieltf MT STERLING KY retet leading clothiers THE HERALD v 5L Louis Gus Straus tXatSSSlX 3 rJtuuriuiJ-JjbrLtjrjs-mMwTixi- tj MJcnnMai mid IlrciOiltt tluui all other papers in tho Ktnli mill nierclinnts l Mt Sterling Win cliustcr Luxlnctou LoiiUvillo ami Chichi nati will llnil ItTllK linsT MKDIUM through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVKRTIHINO RATKS TKANHIKNT IIubu larger circulation Hazel Green in Herald Wolfe Morgnu Advertisements inserted for lets than months will lie 7 cents mi inch for the first insertion utid 25 cents an inch for each snl Mntiotit insertion UK 1 1 IAtH irAll TltVNSIIlNT IN AlVANtK AllVUKTISINO MUST 7 11 3 I I inch inches inches inches HTANIMNU AHVKIITISKMKST8 12 inontliN f M If 00 H 7r 00 25 00 21 f inches 0 inches Liberal rut en on larger advertisements nuitle known on application Obituaries tributes of icspect etc Ic it lino Count six words to tint line anil send money with th manuscript We will write nliitunrics mid publish at ft cents a line Iocal notices to be interspersed nmnu roadiiiK matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run n month or more MnrriiiKunml death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published KltKK rlSlllK FOR IlKOlWAR AllVKRTIKINO 1AVAIUK QUAKTI1KIV ON PKMAND SI KNCKIl COOIKH Address JIozcl Green Ky ANNMUNCKMOT We nre authorized to niinounce GKORGK W DRAKK as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of the Dcm ocrutic party We are authorized to announce WEKDEN CONGLKTONasn candidate for Sherifl of Wolfe county subject to the action ot the Democratic party IAMKS K RORKRTS of Lee county is n candidate for the Suite Senate in this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN S HARGIS of Jacksoii as a candidate for State Senator from tliis the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN P WKLLS of Paintsvillc Johnson county as a candidate lor Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce JOHN D ATKINSON of Powell county ns a enndi date for State Senator from the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party cx ShcriQ of Mcnefce ald A J RINGO county and President of the Farmers and Laborers Union for the Tenth Congressional In the case of the Commonwealth vs District of Kentucky is a candidate for State Senator in the 34th Senatorial district Albert Barnes carried up by the State subject to the action of the Democratic from tho Menefee Circuit Court which party was argued last Tuesday in the Court of Appeals by Hon A T Wood for the Jlcattyville has organized a Fair asso Â¬ Commonwealth and Z T Young for the ciation and will give an exhibition this defendant and a telegram yesterday says fall the rulings of the lower court were re- Â¬ There will be services in the Presbyte- Â¬ versed This decision does not eflect rian church at thin place next Sunday the case tried against Albert Barnes but 730 P M it may materially affect the pending tri- Â¬ als of Barnes and Stephens Sentinel eercnading Tuesday Thje band was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Any scholars takii g first and second hon ors on the completion of their courses In the Academv shall be entitled to u free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded The man can plow and sow mid reap G B BUTLPlt to one pupil from each of the following And also feed and shear the sheep mountain counties vix llrcahittj Clay HI J A Tauliiee Hut it takes the woman mad or grinning liott Flow Harlan Johnson Knott Iee June 0 1891 Leslie Letcher Iuvrence Martin Mugollln To keep the house and do the spinning Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow Ami to keep her temper always guarded Tiiko Notice ell and Ho wan provided such arrange Have the rolls she spins nicely carded All persons knowing themselves indebt incuts have been made for the competitive common school And we are anxious to sutisly you ed to G B Swango must make settle Â¬ examination hj tho consent as shall author ities or with their enable That our machine such work will do His accounts have been each student of common school grades to ment at once Â¬ We have completed the recent implaced in my hands for collection and compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from provement in our mills and our wool when I call upon tboso owing him I the examiner that he has obtained the high carding machinery has been thoroughly shall expect them to settle If theydo est mark attained upon the examination in repaired and is in fine working order his county not I will warrant them and they can HOARDING and is giving perfect satisfaction We then pay debt and costs I will take any Wc arc arranging to build n Dormltorv are carding for 7 cents per pound or for kind of stock at good prices Respect Â¬ that will accommodate t0 hoarders and wlfl have it ready for occupancy by the opening the one fifth A trial will satisfy you of fully but earnestly yours of school There will not be uiiv more trou our claims Respectfully too high board ble nbout The cost of Charley Swango tf Ejskl Mill Company board will be the lowest possible Wc will be or pared to do better work At the Lowont Notch Ezel Morgan Co Ky next session limn ever before During the As wo arc now in receipt of a largo summer the school will be supplied with IJro Spencer Cooper of the Hazel line of books wo proposo to furnish to the maps charts globes etc etc on cannot find a better school in the Gkixn Herald did the editor of this trade in small lots at 10 per cent off list price iust what jobbers charge in 200 mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low sheet an injustice last week by accusing Wc have been our methods of teaching Normal we keep lots a liberal reduction him of the iths compliment upon Coo- connected with book concerns for fifteen abreast with the tide of education Our pu We refer pers prescience as a political prophet No years and know the inside of the book pils arc our best advertisement you to them Our general merchandise is Bro Cooper our worthy groundhog ed- Â¬ business llttzcl Green is tho prettiest town in East itor paid you that compliment Tho ed- Â¬ marked down to lowest prices and every ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot goes away better satisfied than if railway towns and those of more popula itor never docs things by fractions party lie hnu bought at auction while our tion no saloons or harbors of temptation Youll you understand this For ex- Â¬ neighbor merchants whom we wish to do The people welcome strangers and inllu around them well abuse us for taking their custom ences for good arc thrown the supervision ample All boarders will be under Wc want tlicm to of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Spencer Coopers Hazel Green Her Â¬ and for Belling low know wc arc doing the selling and do not is the best paper in the mountains WM H CORD care for what they say for tho people are May 1891 PRINCIPAL Beattyville Enterprise for us i e all who are not bound to trade Â¬ A woultlbe smart Aleck of Jackson sent us a roKrt of the marriage of Ned Mar cum and a Mrs Guinn at that place re ceutly and wo now learn that tbero wns not a semblance of truth in tho report Liars should not bo tolerated in any com munity and the sooner Jackson gets rid of tho gentleman who wrote us the information about the marriage the bet- Â¬ ter it will be for tho town Even if ho must pander to his propensity to lie wo cau not understand why he should wish to impose upon us We certainly never did him any harm or used his namo in any connection Wc gladly make the cor- Â¬ rection and hope the parties concerned in it will pardon us on account of the puke who furnished us the informa- Â¬ tion if for no other reason and in fu- Â¬ ture we will know before we print such items that they are reliable I hivo School Touchers just received n now supply of Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS 1801 1802 school books and can now supply tho trade with Smiths History of Kentucky at 70 cents each HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School F1U8T TERM ItKOINH We wish to notify the cltUcns of Wolfe and adjoining counties that we have rented Carding Machine THE CARDING MACHINE CAMPTON 2t Respectfully T F Cakr Ezel Ky A Never FiiIIIiir 11011101 MruuiMiNi tho only permanent euro for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from lp to 20 min- Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarantee at The Herald oilice or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price f0 cents a box MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Hates of Tuition per Month nt Campton Ky for this icaion We are nutting tho machine In good order and will lie ready for carding by Monday May 18th 1891 We have employed James A Spcn cer who has formerly run the machine and wo guarantee satisfaction The price will be the same as thuy have been Parties coming from u distance will be accommo dated If possible with their carding to take homo with them We solicit tho patrotuge Â¬ Wnntotl A thoroughly qualified school teacher of experience to teach school in Hazel Green district Wolfe county Ky Pays Address about sixty dollars per month cither of the undersigned F N Day Chairman 100 ruri 150 and HciimAiiKimH the other at middle of term rPayable one half on entering School 200 of the public POTTS Respectfully t BAILEY Who Killed Is n question hard to answer But as to who is selling tho cheapestgootls in Hazel Urcen is easily told Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HF PIERATT CO arc closing out If Low Prices are what you want wo have got them We Wit to M Â¬ We are going to sell We have got prices to suit hard times All we ask is to givo us a call CO II F PIERATT P S All outstanding notes Â¬ Â¬ with merchants who charge high prices We are not bound by for their credit any clique and arc not under any obliga- Â¬ tions to any merchant of this section and we intend to favor the people of the country all we can Since the arrival of our new goods we have again found that we arc able to sell a little lower thnn pv We are selling for cash or produce er and by this kind ot business course we are enabled to sell low down Come one come all We want 200 pounds nice honey at 12J cents per pound J T Gevedon The Farmers Friend tsBfiMo ASSOCIATION F31 i Trll ifnJIf and accounts must bo settled at once or you will pay cost CO 13f3m P a US MEYER WITH rvll-R-- l WMKERRG0 -- OJOIIUKltS IK Hardware Agricultural lipkmuls 1 out night and ladies fair presented them Democrat with red roe rare The Hazel Green cornet band plays Every man in the mountains of East for the auction at J T Day A Co every is ern Kentucky hhould prepare something Saturday and the practice it thus get ting is materially improving their music for exhibition at the Hazel Green fair We believe this band will prove to be 1 G Trimble of Mt Sterling is visit- Â¬ one of the best in the country if they 1 Taylor Day at will only apply themselves Chas E ing his whose house- Mrs Trimble has been vis Habicht of this oilice leader of the band is very much interested in bringing them iting for several weeks out and if they will all give him their Next Saturday at 9 oclock A M the attention he will bring em out o the band will begin to play for J Taylor kinks Indies Day and John Pieratt will say Cius Meyer the fair haired youth who and gentlemen this way handles samples for W M Kerr A Co Tuesday evening we received a can of I run ton Ohio was here Monday and the finest smoking tobacco and a box of Tuesday a guest of the Day House and verv fine cigars from some friend at Lex at dinner Tuesday he reported that Tay- Â¬ intou for which we return thanks lor Day had him charged with a half Â¬ Â¬ son-in-law - Tax Payers to notify all who have not yet paid their taxes that I or one of my deputies will cull upon them Immediately to collect and I hope they will give us no trouble us I Especially do I have been very patient appeal to those who arc behind on old tux I am compelled to have tho money to meet my obligations and I give this notice that those owing me may hustle around and jct it up onck Do not delay in this mutter for I MlST have the money Is This Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 F TYIKIl Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 TYLER HAZEL II OLIVKIl CHILLED ILOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTEIl STOVE CO COOKS MILLS KVAPOHATORS CHAMPION KKAPKItH A MOWKItS STOniAItl AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASH A SPECIALTY Nor 110 112 Second Street Oly IRONTON OHIO JOHN H KOflK ROSE GREEN KY AND Â¬ at Â¬ WACOM MAKING i jl2lm Verv resnectfullv V C HANKS S W O THE WINCHESTER BANK WBIIIIHBBSSmlvHBIlRllr WINCHKSTKR KY 0 Wo enrry ft stock of Iron and Wacon Ma terinls of till kinds nnd glvo special atten tion to norse shoeing i I J R Sharp Rmce Trimble T 0 Denton SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING DENTON KY Gus alone lost J Mort Swango who has been attend day and two girls the meantime they can N II WITHLRSPOON President and in are It I HUNTKlt ashler ing school at Kentucky University Lex explain it plagueing him until he blushes crimson ington for several months past returned of his hair Paid up Capital 20000000 homo Saturday for a visit to his pareuts to the roots Surplus 6000000 The Ohio wall paper company CinThis Hunk solicits the accounts of mer See the advertisement of Marks Rro9 cinnati has a handsome advertisement chants fanners traders and business men A Marks wholesale dealers in clothing in Kentucky this issue to which tho attention of generully throughout Eastern iini I War nuil iliyiiliiMK a itlfAwtJ ttitfl siflfcifMTi ft vrvi and cloths Cincinnati Wc invite the our readers is directed iiivib ifi uiii iiivditjf unit All who need the most liberal terms within j the limits of especial attention of the mountain mcr wall paper should read their ad Note legitimate bunking octl8ly chants to their card the number and street and when a visit Sterling National Bank Alvin Karnes for the murder of Kelly is made to Cincinnati give them a call Mt Day is on trial in the Mencfeo circuit Ah predicted in these columns tho auc Â¬ MT STERLING KY court this week and J T Day the fath- Â¬ tion at J T Day Cos last Saturday er of the murdered bay is in attendencs was a much greater success than tho one It is a special term of court which preceded it and each succeeding Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have now a complete lino of Clothing Hats Hoots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods X3T TZlXLXTWZm We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ Competition Open to the World ces satisfactory and articles as recommended ADMISSION Over 10 and under 15 years of age 25 Cents 35 Cents Over 15 years I J DINOFELDEK WITH M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO Capital 100000 The election for school trustee in this district Saturday resulted in a tie vote between Dr John A Taulhce and Sain uel Swango and tho Superintendent of Schools apKinted Dr Taulbee Lum Hanks tho lmst sheriff in Ken lucky or anywhere else for that matter was in town Wednesday looking after his taxes and elsewhere in this paper untitles all owing him that they must settle up Our old friend Kellam representing S the Hrst cliiRs grocery house of M Ohio was a Timmonds Portsmouth guest of the Day House Monday night and left for Campton Tuesday morning Fred says Eunice and the little ones were all well when he left home and Eu nice sent love to our better Taylor one will bo a greater success DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Day knows exactly how to please the LEWIS APPERSON Prehidknt Â¬ Catalogues giving pre people and spares no expense to do so H R FRENCH Cabhikk miums in full will bo ready I No 637 039 and M- lInadvertently we last week failed to business is respectfully solicited for distribution aJmic 20 and Mountain mention the visit of Webb Johnson Esq -- Woit Main Street with the assurance that we will treat every may he had by addressing and a Mr Jones both of Winchester to customer fairly LOUISVILLE KY W CJ- LACY tlii place Their stay was quite brief SALARY 2 PEIMVEEK but they seemed well pleased and we Secretary Wantkd loon Aoknth to bim our Iiojm to see more of them this summer irHVHAL LINK OK UKKCHANDIHK No MT STERLING KY AHOVK BAI AKY WILL NK IKDDMNO Mrs Catharine Henry of An I mo re AID TO LIVK AaKXTH fOR FUK Indian Territory will please accept the CAPITAL 200000 SURILUH 30000 Honth privileges THKR INFORMATION APK tf thanks of the editor of this paper for a J M IlIObTAFF President CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO M ROSE ad drosH box of prairie flowers received by mail CI I K I UK PATRICK Vice President President 178 W Van Hun u St OitiOAUO III W THOMSON Cashier Her letter will appear Mondsy evening in next weeks iwuie We respectfully solicit the limine of mer Printed Ih the Inwt rty chants farmers trailers and husiue men mid ut lowest At tkU W L May of Salyersville has been generally throughout Kusteru Kentucky A nWee ftand tw ywir Writing 1nptrw Knvelopes 1viis Ink elected vice president of the Hh kjI Green general banking business done Give us m Ladles Ac for sale at this oiHee to send yon a tank book pay your Fair Association and the date changed chance and loan you money when Ih need Note Iuper only 10c a quire Call on us IflQ t n Md 4m ftt checks I JUD 111111 1 IWv when you need stationery W W TllOMIIMlM Tush TUK Tf TTfT ITtr nllai September 20 to October 2 Surplus 16560 Traders Deposit Bawk rFor J Â¬ SMTOOH1RY 255L HORSE BILLS rl trdr PfTlfcl - fvmj it itmKiimmiilt irt 4iMjliPr 4 Hazel Geeen Herald SPENOER COOPER Editor KY CARE FOR EX CONFEDERATES Friday HAZEL GREEN - Juno 12 1891 mgJIBff KvmidmrU taBaaWcUa7 jScc The New Constitution on Ktlttcntion 19 Tho General Assembly shall w u by appropriate legislation provide for nj efficient system of common schools throughout tho Commonwealth Sec 191 Tho bond of tho Commonwealth issued in favor of the Hoard of Education in tho sum of ono million thrco hundred ond twenty soven thou sand dollars shall constitute one bond of tho Commonwealth in favor of tho Hoard of Education and this bond and the seventy three thousand live hundred dollars of tho stock in tho Bank of Kentucky held by the Board of Education and its proceeds shall be held inviolate r the purpose of sustaining tho system of public schools The interest and divi- Â¬ dend of said fund together with any sum which may be produced by taxation or otherwise for tho purposes of common school education shall be appropriated to tho common schools and to no other purpose No sum shall bo raised orcol lected for education other than in com- Â¬ mon schools until the question of tax Â¬ ation Is submitted to the leiral votora and tho majority of the votes cast at said election shall bo in favor of such taxa- Â¬ tion Provided Tiie tax now imposed for educational purposes and for the en- Â¬ dowment and maintenance of the Agri- Â¬ cultural and Mechanical College shall remain until changed by law Sec 192 The General Assembly shall mako provisions by law for the payment of the interest of said school fund The recently adjourned appropriated 25000 General Assembly may make provision for a building and 5000 a year for its for sale of the stock in the Bank of Ken- Â¬ support and in addition 60000 or so tucky and in case of a sale of all or any much thereof as may be necessary for part of said stock tho proceeds of sale expenditures annually in pensions which shall bo invested by tho Sinking Fund range from 250 to 25 per month It Commissioners in other good interest is thought that 25000 per year will bearing stocks or bonds which shall be cover tho pension list subject to sale and reinvestment from Of all the Southern States Kentucky time to time in like manner and with alono has made no provision for her ex tho Bame restrictions as provided with Confederates Atlanta Constitution referonco to tho sale of said stock in the Ho Ik Only u Printer Bank of Kentucky Such was tho He is only a printer Sec 193 Each county in tho Common Â¬ of a leader in a circle of wealth shall bo entitled to its proportion sneering remark of tho school fund on its census of pupil aristocracy the codfish quality Who cluldron for each school year and if tho was the Earl of Stanhope He was only What was Prince Edward -- pro rata share of any school district be a printer not called for aftor tho second school William and tho Prince Napoleon The year it sholl bo covered into the treasury Proud to call themselves printers anUbe tjlaced to tho credit of tho school present Czar of Russia the Crown fundfor general apportionment tho fol- Â¬ Princo of Prussia and the Duko of Bat lowing school year Tho surplus now tenburgaro printers and thoEmperorof of- Â¬ duo tho several counties shall remain a Chjna works in his privato printing Win Caxton day perpetual obligation against tho Com- Â¬ fice almost every literature was a monwealth for tho benefit of said respect tho father of English What were J P ive countiesfor which tho Commonwealth practical printer Morris N P Willis James Gales Chas shall oxecute its bond bearing interest at tho ratoof six per centum per annum Richardson James Buchanan Simon payablo annually to tho counties respect- Â¬ Cameron and Schuyler Colfax Printers Mark Twain ively entitled to tho same and in the all and practical ones proportion to which thoy are entitled to Amos Cumin lugs Bret Hart and Opie bo used oxclusivoly in aid of tho common Reed are plain practical printers as was Artemus Ward Petroleum V Naaby schools Senator Plumb of Sec 194 In distributing tho school and Sut Lovingood Kansas and James S Hogg of Texas fund no distinction shall bo made on acsci count of raco or color and separate are both printors nnd tho leader of schools for whito and colored children ence and philosophy in ilhis day made it printer his boast that he was a jour Bhall 1Q maintained Sec 195 A Superintendent ot Public In fact thousands of tho most brilliant be Instruction shall bo elected by tho quali- Â¬ minds in this country are found to publishing houses of large fied voters of tho Commonwealth at tho toiling in the same time tho Governor is elected who cities and towns Tho Century shall hold his ofllco for four years and CotiRrflHhlunnl DUtrlct Meeting until his successor shall bo qualified By order of tho State President and His duties salary and qualifications shall the State Executivo Committee tho Con- Â¬ bo prescribed by law gressional district UiHons will meet on Sec 196 So much of the moneys as tho dates given below and at such places may bo receivod by tho Commonwealth as havo been provided for tho next regu- Â¬ from tho United States under tho recent lar meoting of each Union The Secre- Â¬ ao of jOqngress refunding tho direct tax tary of each Congressional Union will alum become a part of the school fund please notify us at onco of the place of and held as provided in Section 191 but their next meeting and wo will keop tho General Assombly may authorize the standing not only tho time of meoting uso by tho Commonwealth of tho mon Â¬ but also tho place of each meeting eys so received or any part thereof in These meetings havo been arranged as which event a bond shall be executed to follows that not only the Stato officers tho Bosrdof Education for tho amount but also somo of the National ollieers so used which bond shall bo hold on tho may bo nble to visit all of them Some same tonus and conditions and subject of the National ollieers will most likely to the provisions of Section 191 of this bo present at all of theso meetings Tho articlo concerning tho bond therein re- dates aro as follows ferred to First District August fi fi Sec 197 No portion of auy fund or Second District August 7 8 lax pqw existing pr that may hewfter Third District August 10 11 U raise or levfijd for educaUtwiPpur Fourth District August iz ib ywmni shall bo appropriated ititfjtmx used Sixth District August 14 15 py pr in aid of any church sectarian or Seventh District August 17 18 WNKwiuaUonal school Eighth District August 19 20 Ninth District August 21 22 tftK Hitiui p k nlylaTyr Sub Tenth District August 24 25 tciiUoow EUventh District August 26 27 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What tin Hotittittrn Hlntitx Aro OoIiik For Tlielr Veteran Holtilont Georgians Confederate pension system under which disabled veterans received 5105 Yearling exhibition lirW tf from 82 to 2G per month according to record 2 03 22 lK 22 the disability is highly creditable to our third heat record 222 Out cf tho data of Black Cloud 2 174 his Trial Oct 0 1KS0 22M wire oat of the dam of Wilson 21K 220K fourth heat should accept and maintain State but it trial 217 the home near this city in order to com Muck horse 1ft hands U inches high foal Bay horse 15 hands Bred at Bay horse foaled March 31 1884 plete the good work will be of in- ed June IS 1883 Bred at Ashland Park 3 inches high foal It Ashland rnru Sired by HANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 The terest to review the situation in other sunder Sired by AI5DALLAH WEST 258tf Own brother to Lysandcr sire of handsomest son of Southern States eurney William Wntt 224 Boy 220 Sire of Wilkin 227 his great sire and Virginia led in the movement and es Â¬ 204 Lysauder Chief ltilti dam rattle Patehen trial 238 grandnui the handsomest of First dam the dam of Black Cloud 4 tablished a Confederate Home at Rich Â¬ First Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrino of by Pilot Walker pacer trotting bred any mond for the support of which the State Iatchcn wire of the dams ofGuy Wilkes horse in the United Second dam the Cluke pacing mare 21S Astral 218 noun Wilkes218J El expends 10000 a year Ponsions to tho States Houri 217 and vira218M Cleora 218 NoTK Abdallah West 2583 by Allie amount of 5000 annually are also 21 others In the 230 list West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson Sired by George Wilkes 222 Second dam Mandy by Stanhope Blood paid by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by 215 Hawk Hire of dam of Almont 2274 nnd Alabama has no Homo but pays 125 American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio Aley Wilkes 220 Guy Wilkes Harry Wilkes and represented to be by Browns Bellfouu Third dam Pat tie by Downings Vermont Sire of Mike Wilkes 2134 215 000 a year in ponsions Wilpacer 215 Abdallah West died at six years old sire of the dam of Enigma 225 Mambrino So So 2174 Wilcox pacer der was the most promising colt ever bred son 210 Arkansas has a Homo at Little Rock Bell lie Brace 240Ksircof Kit Carry 218 Wilton 210 2lflX ItosnWllkcs218 Wilson 225 Jills Vermont sire of Bon built by private subscriptions supported Joe Bunker 21914 Flora Wilkes pacer West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 ner Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel by State aid 2 10 Tom lingers 220 etc hands 2 inches with blnek mane and tail Nelly L 224 H Col Bradshaw 220 and blnck legs extending above knees and Florida has no Home but pays 30- - 223J Gnmbctta 220 The King 229 hocks He is a powerfully built horse for Outlaw 220 Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of 000 a year to disabled Confederates who finished Fourth dam Jesse bv Thomas JeiTcrson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet his height and has the most get on a set of have resided in tho Stato fifteen years horn IJe is a beautiful black with right hind A V Pantlind feet and legs its possible to sire of Loretta F 218 As a he gave Lady M 223 of any breed Truro pacer 222 Mississippi is without a Home but ankle white stands 15 hands high and is 220 a perfect horse nil over having both Brookside Flora 220 nnd evidence of beiiij possessed of remarkable Leontinc 223 has made liberal provisions for her in and substance combined with the form bone and Cyclone speed us with little handling he trotted a the dams of Thornlcss 218 finish characteristic of the cross he so well digent and disabled Confederates 223 Granbv 2254 Graceful 2254 and half mile in 118 1 5 nnd miles in his work At three years old he was not in 240 represents viz Hnmbletoninn sire and Mam Hamletta 220K Missouri pays no pensions but a move- Â¬ brino trained owing to a very severe attack of Patehen dam This cross stands as the ment is on foot to raise 100000 to en- vorybest because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22614 Cap- pink ee lie also done no work on the As a demonstrated its value Of its many repre tain Clay Driftwood and graudam of Mar track as a dow a otne without State aid lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire he was jogged and trained lightly more for sentatives not one is the superior of Bermu Maryland has a Home costing 40000 da for not one has demonstrated the same of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook- Â¬ tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entirely recovered than with a view of testing his etc er sire of Maud Macey 217 near Baltimore aided by tho State to the ability to train on from year to year begin In a few months he trotted a full speed ning in the yearling form none nre better extent of 10000 annually Third dam the dam of Sofc that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 This season bred or better looking Blanche 2254 bv iinp Yorkshiie sire 18110 he served a few mures of my own and Louisana has a Home near Now Or- Â¬ Asa sire he is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black wns not put to work until September and rolls being foaled in 188 now yearlings leans and tho State grants it 10000 a Judged at this age no stallion ever sired He Cloud 217 his improvement was most remarkable repeatedly trotted hnlves in 110 and I am more uniform natural gaited colts with speed year Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced he will with a seasons train North Carolina notonly pays pensions unprecedented at He will stand for mares 220 of 1801 Reason S20OTO INSURE the sire of Prince 2274 ten miles in 28084 ing trot in 1801 I will let him serve 20 mares 41000 for a money to be paid ns follows but has appropriatetl season of outside of ten of my own at 100 at the The fee of Favette Wilkes is within the SOO THE money due at time time of service and the other 100 when the Home reach of all and lower than that of any of service orSEASON before removal of mare The mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out South Carolina pays about 50 000 in side mares parties wNhing to breed to him horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1802 should she not get in foal had better book their mares early pensions but has no Home SEASON SIOO Texas has a Home established by sub- Â¬ Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and have scription It costs 8500 a year and for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see q i Tnriav Achlonrl DorL I Vu State aid is expected shortly catalogues which can be had on application Marcs kept at regular rates Di Ji liiEAuTj ASllldllU rdlKj LcXIflglUn rvjfi Tennessee has established a Home at The the old home of Andrew Jackson Official Directory of Wolfe County Hermitage the Stato having given 475 acres of land and 10000 for improve- Â¬ ments in 1889 The Legislature which 1891 Ashland Park Stallions forCLOUD WEST BERMUDA four-year-ol- 5874 d FAYETTE WILKES d five-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Caveats and Trado Mnrks obtained and all Patent business conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office is Opposite U S Patent Office and wo can accuro patent in less timo than tboao remnto from Washington Send model drawing or photo with description Wo adviao if patentable or not freo of charge Oar fee not dno till patent is secured A Pamphlet llow to Obtain Patonts with names ofactual clients In your State county or town sent free Address mm A Patent COpposite SNOW A CO Washinoton Office D C i CIRCUIT COURT Â¬ Â¬ II C Lilly Judge Meets second Mon day in Jntiuury and July 1 P Mums Commonwealths Attorney J N Vniiulin Trustee of Jury Fund W F El kins Clerk of Circuit and Com mon Plens Court J V Vansnnt Deputy Clerk COMMON PLEAS COURT S II Patrick Judge MeetsSml Monday in February and August A T Combs Master Commissioner Â¬ Â¬ MUinmtsmui COUNTY COURT Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in each inOntli Quarterly Court Tuesday after 1st Monday in March June September and December Joseph C LvkiiiH County Attornev Court Clerk Juincs 15 Ilollon C C Hanks Sheriff T F Stamper Jailer II N Hortoi School Superintendent J F Ielfrey Coroner S M W O W Crewey Assessor G H Lacy Surveyor GOLD DUST I This combined young stallion will make the season of lbl at our stables in Hazel Green Ky and will serve mares nt TEN 10 TO INSUItE A LIVING DOLLAUS COLT money due when the inure foals witli n lieu on the colt until the money is paid or if the marc is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due A pamphlet of Information andaW vstrauior mo lawa mowing now toA utnain rntema aream Traiio vMarki copyrights ent jut Addrau MUNN CO i JUSTICES OF TIIE PEACE District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December A B Landrum Irulay after 3rd Monday in March June Septem ber and December District No 2 A FJohnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vest Saturday and Deember Â¬ Description and Pkdiokkk GOLD DUST is G years old the 28th clay of May 1891 10 hands high a benutiftil chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane nnd tail His power style nnd action nre unsurpassed He wns sired by Senator Blackburn he by Dillnrd Dud ley he by John Dillard the grandsire of Phil Thompson record 21G Eric McCloud nnd Nick with records better than 225 His dam was sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Blue Jeans he by Gen Taylor ic Also at the same stables will be found the elegantly bred young trotting stallion Â¬ J301 Ilrendway New York Â¬ Â¬ lean htetrntdatourXIOt llneofwrnrk lanlilly anil bonoreblr br th or lilirr ioivouniror old and In Ihrlr own loralltlnM htrrrer tbty lift Any on can tlo ilia work Eair to Irani Wa fumlih antUilng W atari jrnu No riik 1 ou ran ittTota your inapt niomanft or all your llmo la Ilia work Thl l an anllraly now If ailanl tiitnga wonderful urrm lu rrry woikar llrRtanrpjara rarnlnit from lo 10 crrekaml urwartla anil mura anr a llttlo ainatlanca Wa ran fumUli you lha am nliiviniMit anj ttach txu HIKK No anarato riplaln hara Full MONEY KKKK Â¬ After ird Mondny lu March JuneSeptember liifjmutlou til IltUK A CO AlOlBlt UllSU District No 3 W B Duff Friday after 2nd Monday in March June September unci December L M Brown 4th Monday in March June September and December Â¬ District No 4 P It Lege Saturday aft BSiTDO YOU WANT TO SAVE FKOM J to 50 CENTS ON EVERY er 2nd Monday in March June September DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so wkitk and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday who will serve a limited number of approved March June Septem 4th Monday mares at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT for olu Illustrated Cataiooue afterand December in ber containing illustrations an e prices on the same terms as above everything manufactured in Distiict No 5 Preston Ilollon 3rd Mon of Descbiition and Pedigree manufactur ber Mnrch June Fndayufter 1st Decem the United States atILLUSTRATIONS Â¬ day inDavid Banks September and Monday 10000 PRICES ers POST BOY Jit was sired by Post Boy lines represented catalogue in March June September nnd December record 213 he by Magic sire of Clemmie mailed free on application District No 6 S S Hose Tucsduy after G 215 Alice Stoner 224 Mystery 220 dam MolUe Emery sired by Strath 3rd Monday in March June September and Address CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO December M E OHnir Saturday after more sire of Santa Claus 217 Tucker Adonis 211M Simi 1st Monday in Mnrch June September and 219 Cricket 210 No 178 West Van Huren St colon 210 Sister V218M Hummer 210 December CHICAGO ILL Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bon nnd District No 7 Elins Shockcy Wednes nie Vilmore222 Blazeberry 221 TOST qndrtak to riflr duy after 3rd Monday in March Juno Sep a number of others in the 230 list A YKAH tember and December It G Hose 2nd BOY Jit is a beautiful chestnut with no nt prraun of allher ttach any airly lutt ri liucan read and wrltt and who Monday in March June September nnd De marks 0 years old May loth 1801 lf hands aftrr hiilructlonvrlll work Induilriouilr 3 inches high nnd gives jiroinise of being Tkautaail Dalian a cember Iioir in tarn 1hr YtarlnlhlronnliMalltlifwhrrrrrtbaytlral will alio furnlih heard from in the futuro ntnong trotters ina aiiuaiinn prrinihjincnlil win n jruu can rant thai amount District No 8 J M Burton Thursday Any one who is familiar with Shiners Post Noinoitty for mauiitrawucctMfulaiaboTa Kailly andqulcklr Irarnrd I detJr hut oua workrr from each illilriit orrounly I nfter 3rd Monday in March June Septem Boy will rendily recognizo Post Boy Jr tiavaalrrady taught and protrldad with atnploymmt a larva ber and December W B Vancleave Tues And last but not least will be found at number tihn ar making ortr f 3000 iifirmh It a KV and NOIII Full articular Kit KK AdJrruat ona day after 2nd Monday in Mnrch June Sep the snme stables the well known nnd highly K C ALLKX llux AQ Atimtn Mulaw tember and December appreciated jack Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Post Boy Jr I all tc Â¬ Â¬ 3000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SEITZ WJ Henderson Thos WITH WIIOIKSAIK CAMPTON POLICE COURT Son Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third Monday in each mouth P Hall Marshal 1 I OVWW 103 STrTMAttr AiAytiOAtLS ELSa frH00 XH1 John Morgan W9tt444 Â¬ HAZEL GREEN HH fertty ASHLAND MAUPIN WITH KY Â¬ WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTtf SHOES CATIiKTTSIiPKG D H CARPENTER c KY D S Joilsey Judge Court Friday after who will serve mares at 10 TO INSPIlK 3rd Monday in Mnrch June September and A LIVING COLT on same terms as above described This jack has no superior as a December J V Howerton Marshal good breeder QAU care will be taken to prevent ac LEfc CITY POLICE COURT cidents but we will not be responsible 1 T A F DAY Clay HoseMnrshnl There is no record should they occur of who is Police Judge nor when court is held lltila fori mm hara littn mad a woikfiT ua by Anna Iara Austin Tllll and Jn Ilunn loltdo Ohio rami tniifnaradoinruwcii why nuiuiir nsmaram oar IIIMW a otolith Vnu ran do the work and lira I liima nhrntrr yvu art Irm HntJir POLICE COURT -- CHARLEY SHIVELY WITH Old Papers FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE 25 for fiO Co Julius Louchheim Wholesale Clothing LOUISVILLE KY Brunch of Philmlolnliia lsZWM riianajr f Zr - to from uathnir 70a bow and Hart yon Can work In imit lima or all lha lima lllir tnnnv far ik All airca ara railly earning tl for 100 for f 10c lfic 2fc now 8i2ly IrIila lIlIaMeUtfcOolloK8HtlurlluitttMula ralluratinkmtwn amont thru NhW ailil MTAtlilflrAll f j but come and get tlicm JWr Dont wnlt until they aro nil Kne a sJ iVtv rm rvr rJT cntWa m auBumnjnnjnuimm Tim following article ruplotl from The country north of tho Ohio river He lation and pride pf gpondjng his last dayH gratefully acknowledge that the order Focus wui written liy Iniue 11 Swungo a seems ever to have directed his whole amidst tho friend and scones Of hisbest lugs of a wise Providence conspired to Mtudctit of tin Hazel Green Acad former emy in competition for the Ilrcckinfldije pfibrls to the interest of Kentucky and manhood tho final results which seem to have m Kii Miilnl by his genius and bold artifice he earned Tho fate of Simon Kenton was still been tho best Â¬ - - WSmHima urm g it ass kouxjsi K TluHuHyillory f Kentucky m 41 jl The history of Kentucky ia indeed a great hintory whether viewed from the numerous rcimiiux of a jirehislorie peo ple who dwelt hero during the Mlent centuries of an unwritten epoch or coiAeinplato the traditions and destinies of the aboriginal savages or recount the attending perils and heroic achieve Â¬ through which the white race ment have in a single century wrought a mighty State and civilization out of a chaos of wild and exuberant nature in thrilling adventure and romantic inci dent is not surpassed by that of any otiier of ancient or modern times Separated by the Appalachian moun tains from the colonial settlements on on the Atlantic Slope little was known Yet of Kentucky even by tradition years of American coloniza through the tion it was viewed at long intervals by white men in navigating the Ohio and Mississippi rivers and in transient visits of exploration through the forests The roving Spaniard in the sixteenth centu ry in his search for gold and empire cast a lustful eye on it in passing the intrusive Frenchman a century later ventured from his frontier post at Pittsburg to penetrate its forests from time to time while later on the enter- Â¬ prising Englishman from the colonies was found occasionally wandering upon itsrbordera or amid its forests Enough however was now known to picture to he restless pioneer mind the great wilderness beyond the mountains as a new land of promise more attractive than the comforts of home and the safe repose of civilization The interest thus awakened and the spirit of adventure soon found among the heroic votaries who were trained to Indian warfare to hunting and to all the perils of Among the first of these border life was Daniel Boone who came to Kentucky in 1759 His attendants were his voluntary comrades who reposed their confidence in his sagacity and fortitude He seems ever to have recognized himself as an instrument of Providence for the mission of subduing the wilderness My He says in Filsous autobiography footsteps have often been marked with blood Two darling sons and a brother have I lost by savage hands which have taken from me forty horses and an Many dark and abundance of cattle sleepless nights have I been a companion for owls and often scorched by the summers sun and pinched by the winters cold an instrument ordained to settle the wilderness Even in his boyhood days at his for- Â¬ est home on the Delaware river the passion for hunting and for the solitudes of the wilderness became the ruling impulses of his life His education was scant indeed and was for the most part in the school of experience In this ho graduated with the honors of his class It is needless to enumerate the many heroic and thrilling adventures of this great pioneer but suffice to sayf that history records no greater man or truer hero within this sphere than simple unostentatious Daniel Boone Another of the men who made hunt Â¬ ing and Indian fighting an occupation and who is no less renowned than Boone Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jl 31 i II w was his companion Simon Kenton Born of an obscure and very poor family in Virginia his education was greatly neglected At an early age he fell passion ately in love with a pretty rustic maiden of the neighborhood and was so unfortunate as to have a favored rival who bore Mad with jealousy young oil the prize Kenton gave such an insult to the groom as to provoke a battle between the two In physical prowess Kenton overmatched his adversary and followed up his pun ishment too far The vanquished young man bruised and bleeding fell hack insensible and Kenton believing him to be dead and that life at home was ruined turned his course toward the great western wilderness With great difficulty he at length reached Kentucky and joined- Boons And for more than twenty years battling with savages and endur ing bitter privation they lived in the free wildernes where action and proper ty were not controlled by law and form but rested on foundations of justice and v convenience George1 Rogers Clark the founder of this Commonwealth and the greatest military genius that figures in the early history of Kentucky now rendered his He was born in most valuable services Albemarle county Virginia November 1778 camo to 17G2 and in April Kentucky He led a number of success ful expeditions against tho hostile tribes of Indians both in Kentucky and the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ for himself thohbnor of laying the first foundation of a sovereign covcrnmnnt westward of tho Appalachian chain The question of land titles having been settled the tide of movers set in and hoou the stockades at Louisville Lexington Booneshoro Harrodstown Georgetown and Maysvillo developed into trading posts which afterward marked the location of commercial cen- Â¬ tres Strong men had come in numbers to seek fortune and adventure in the brakes and forests of Kentucky BraVe women encountered the hardships of the frontier and followed husbands and fathers into tho wilderness Families had been established and already was cradled the generation of Keutucky rillcmen destined to crush in after years the great confederation of Tecumseh and to asure tho northern boundary of the Union At this distant interval of time it is difficult for us to realize that there were sufficient inducements to attract immi grants to a country so beset with dan- Â¬ gers Yet we find the same restless spirit of adventure to day Though each attempt to reach tho North Polo has proved a failure others are ever ready to hazard their all when another Arctic expedition is announced This same restless spirit reveals to us tho mysteries of interior Africa the antiquated wonders of Corea and China and the treasures of Mexico and Central America Besides this mere spirit of unrest and desire of change there were the prospective homes and fortunes that must come af last to the Kentucky pioneer if not for himself to enjoy at least for his children Could there be happiness or comfort To those in such a state of society accustomed to modern refinements the truth appears like a fable The early occupants of log cabins were among the Common most happy of mankind danger made them mutually dependent and as there was room for all and as each new comer increased individual and general security there was little room for envy jealousy- and hatred Never were the story the joke and the song enjoyed more than around the roaring log fire of tho Kentucky settler The polished daughters of to day never enjoy themselves half so well moving to the music of a full band upon the elastic floor of their ornamental ballroom as did the daughters of emigrants keeping time to a backwoods fiddler on the puncheon floor of a log cabin Hitherto the success of Clark seemed to have hung with delight upon his banner Ho became But time brings change The enor- Â¬ and paralyzed intemperate mous land bounties which had long before been voted him by the Assembly of Virginia for his public services were for years withheld from him for debt and he was left helpless and penniless Day after day year upon his kinsmen after year he Bat meditating on the glories of the past the ingratitude of the present and the assured grandeur of the future But the worn out soldier lived but a little while longer and in February ISIS he died and was buried at Locust Grove There his bones lay for They now rest over half a century beneath a plain head stone in Cave Hill while all around him the country which he entered a wild wilderness and won for us is becoming tho heart center of civilization The last years of Boono were equally By the as sad as those of Gen Clark land laws and litigation the veteran bad pioneer lost all his fine lands in Ken- Â¬ tucky and thereby reduced to such poverty as to lead him in a petition to I have not a spot of ground ay About 1700 whereon to lay my bones to Missouri and settled fifty he moved miles west of St Louis saying that ho never would return to live in a country Spain owned this terriso ungratoful tory then and the Spanish governor gave him a literal grant of land and appoint Â¬ ed him to an office Tho broad forests were full of game and here Boone again indulged hi passion for tho hunters life The old hero neglected to complete the title to his now land and homo and lost A smaller grant was made this also him by Congress shortly afterward Ho died in Mibsouri 2th of September 1820 in the eighty sixth year of his life and was buried by the side of his wife in a coffin made by himself somo years In J 8 15 the Legislature of before Kentucky had the remains of tho pioneer and his wife removed and buried with honor in tho cemetery at Frankfort Had Kentucky been jw generous to he living Boono as she was to the dead hero she might have afforded him the consoÂ¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ harder than that of tho other simple hearted fathers of the West His body was taken for debt and ho was cast into prison by his erefditors upon the very spot on which he had built the firstcabiu in 1770 In 1770 he moved into Ohio In 1818 he near the si to of Urbana joined tho Kentucky troops and fought in the battle of the Thames This was his last battle and from it he returned to his humble cabin home in the woods There he remained till 1820 when he moved to Logan county Ohio in sight of Wapatomika whero hoJiad been tied to a stake by the Indians when a prison- Â¬ Harassed by judg Â¬ er in their hands ments and executions from Kentucky in 1S24 he undertook a journey to Frankfort to endeavor to get the Legis Â¬ lature then in session to release the claim of the State on his Kentucky lands Here where ho had roamed in an un broken wilderness in an early day stood A new generation a flourishing city had arisen and his old friends and companions were all gone He was finally recognized by an old comrade and introduced to the Legislature as the second great adventurer of the West This the simple hearted old man thought the proudest day of his life His lands sold for taxes were released and a pension of 240 a year was obtained for him thus securing his old age from absolute want On the 29th of April 1836 in sight of the place where the Indians proposed to burn him to the stake ho died in the eighty second year of his life We can easily see how unfit for civil- Â¬ ized life were Boone and Kenton They knew how to beat back the invader of the soil but they knew not how to swindle a neighbor out of his acres In the spring of 177i Col llichard Henderson from North Carolina came to Kentucky and opened a land office at Boonesboro and began the issuance of orders of survey under the title of the Proprietors of the Colony of Transyl- Â¬ The issues of the inevitable war vania of the Revolution made for them a golden opportunity and they attempted to form a government and to establish laws They over the country and its people convention to meet on the 23rd called a of May 1775 and in the fifteenth year of the reign of his majesty the King of Great Britian and invited delegates from all tho forts The meeting was held under an ancieut and wide spreading elm tree and after opening with prayer the Assembly enacted laws establishing courts and regulating the practice there- lor regulating ine muitia ana tor in the punishment of criminals etc A sort of constitutional compact was next drawn up which gave the members of the company unlimited jurisdiction over the liberties and rights of the peo- Â¬ ple Tho people and tho company urged opposing claims before tho Virginia As Â¬ sembly which declared the title and claim of Transylvania Company null and void Thus ended tho dream of empire to the rulers of Transylvania The independence of the United States was now conceded a treaty hav- Â¬ ing been signed between our country and Tho sav Â¬ England In November 1782 age tribes whom the British had employ- Â¬ ed to make war on tho western people had for tho most part been subdued This promise of peace brought out increased numbers from old States to seek homes in tho fertile soil of Kentucky the As population and power increased began to discuss among themsettlers selves the question of separate govern- Â¬ Thoy felt that they were too ment much cut pff by mountain barriers to bo much longer dopendent on Virginia About this time Spain owned all the country west of the Mississippi river and all east of Southern Louisana to the ocean thus controlling the naviga tion of tho Father of Waters for sev Â¬ eral hundreds of miles above New Or leans Envoys wore sent by tho Spanish government to intrigue with and bribe some noted men in Kentucky and thereby seduce tho people away from They would grant the United States the free navigation of tho Mississippi and most liberal terniH of trade to Ken- Â¬ tucky as a separate government but not to the United States Congres had now decided not to admit Kentucky until the new government went into effect ami a President and a new Congress were In- Â¬ stalled Many advocated secession but the Kcntuckians were mainly loyal to their kindred and awaited the action of Congress and on June 1st 1702 Ken- Â¬ tucky became a member of the Federal Union Standing oflat this distance of a century and reviewing this remarka Â¬ ble episodo of our early history we Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There have been ntado for tho govern Â¬ ment of our people frur Constitutions Tho first Constitution of Kentucky was made by a Convention which met at Danville April 3rd 1702 Isaac Shelby and the was elected tho first Governor Legislature met at Lexington Juno 1 of This Constitution was the same year found defective in some of its provisions and a second Constitution was framed by a Convention which mot July 22 1700 The next Constitution was drafted by a Convention which met in Frankfort October 2 1849 It was adopted in 1850 and is now tho Constitution of the State Owing to the dissatisfaction which prevailed during tho last few years the fourth and last Convention was called This and met September 8th 1800 Constitution has not yet been adopted In regard to the progress of Kentucky thero can be but one sentiment on tho part of all thoughtful observers and that is that the growth of tho industrial mining and commercial interests of Kentucky is as great as the promises for Imagi Â¬ the future arc unbounded in its en Â¬ nation wavers and falls short deavor to picture the future of a country which in soil climate and hcalthfulncss in mineral and timber wealth in abun dant and healthful water supplies with our splendid system of railroads and a navigable river frontage of over four thousand miles which in possession of these and many other advantages is not surpassed by any country on tho faco of the earth Practically at the present rate tho development of this much fav- Â¬ ored land great as it has been may go on indefinitely and tho limit nevor be reached The fame of her soldiers and statesmen her scholars her editors her inventors her farmers her commercial and stock men her lawyers and divines have established her a name among tho nations of the world With tho prestige of her name and tho glory of her fame Kentucky must and will in the galaxy of tho Union of States assume a position among her peers second to none Â¬ Â¬ SHOKTEST AND QUICKEST RQUTE FBOM CENTRAL KENTUCKY Viv MWM f TO AM lOINTS iNUKTHMSAbl W1SSI AHU SO UTH W JQIXUb iaM FASTLINE BETWEEN TONrtANI LEXUJC nTNCINNATIfSf CSci1iiNFiTOTMfl0rlIilr- No SOUTUIlOlWJ 1 Cincinnati Covington l tii nni 05 pin 4 r0 pill 7 35 pin Cumberland lap 7 50 pin l4v 4 50 Din Corbin WilliuiiiHliiirc 5 15 pin Jellico Ar 0 20 pnl Livingston Corliln Middlcshorough Paris i Lcxingto ii 1nris Winchester Iuchmond Express Fst Lo Lv 8 10 am 8 00 pm 8 18 urn 8 OS pm Ar 11 18 inn 10 23 pin 12 DailV Daily No 3 No 5 Accoiii Ex Sun 3 00 pm 3 00 inn d 10 pm oupm 7 00 pm 0 15 pm 7 05 phi 7 Diliy Lu 1 Ar 4 1 L or fcU lOnii ii I Ml 12 H Hlnn C5im Richmond Stanford I ft 1111 lltllM mi wii n 1 1 Le 160 pin litit Ar 5 20 pin Dally Express Vi tTiit lift U 4 45 pin XoitTii Hound No 2 No 7 00 7 CO 4 Dally No 0 Dally Ex Sun Stanford IiticitHter Richmond Jellico WimmuHuuri roriiln Corbh Cuinhd iupLe HHWS Middleshttrough Ar Le Lo v o am am 10 15 nni Ar BR 8 15 mn he 2 n c 8 a to a e 0 50 am 35 nni Ar E t I Lc f mi S t G 33 urn Livingston LiviugHtou Richmond Winchester Paris Covington Ar 0 55 am 45 am Le 7 00 am 7 0 05 mn Paris Lexington Cincinnati W S Ar Ar 10 40am 10 55 am 7ftlum 58nm 9 25 am 11 05 am 11 lAnm 12 4 i pin i iu pin i 33 pm 2 00 pm 3 45 pm iu pm 4 25 pin 5 40 pm 6 37 pm 5 50pm 0 45 pm 1 L Munkon Tray Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio It Knott C P Atmore TraHio Manager Uen Pass Agt General Olliees Louisville Ky 3 F II Moiwk Asst Gen Pnsn Agt Ofliec Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to nil points except Rowland A man who has practiced medicine Division which Is dully except Sunday No Runs daily from Lexington to Cin for 40 years ought to know salt from su ciiinati ficar read what he says No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex O Jan 10 18S7 Toledo ccpt the Rowland Division which is daily Gentle- Â¬ except Sunday Co Messrs F J Cheiiey No 3 Daily except Sunday i men I have been in tho general practico No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lcx of medicino for most 40 years and would ington Noh 2 and 0 make connections at Win say that in all my practico and experi- Â¬ M V 15 D Chester for points on the N N ence have never seen a preparation that No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin I could prcscrilo with as much confidence tint i to Middlesborough and Cumberland of success as I can Halls Catarrh Cure Gap mid all intermediate stations and runs dnfly manufactured by you Hayo prescribed it many times and its effect is wonderful and would say in conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would take it according WITH to directions Youra truly L L Gorsucii M D 1 I I J P ROGERS Office 225 Summit St Â¬ for any case of Ca tarrh that cannot bo cured with HpIIs Catarrh Cure Taken internally 100 We will give JULIUS BENG ENSTE1N Manufacturers and Jobbers of GO F J CHENEY AcroHH CO Props Toledo Ohio ml7 by druggists 75c aSTSold tho Dutp to the Far Wont On steamboats cyirs and stago coaches Hostetters Stomach Bitters is carried as the most important item in tho materia medica of the traveling public It deprives vitiated brackish water of its hurtful properties and execrablo flavor counteracts tho pernicious eflccts upon tho stomach of bad or indigestible food remedies cramps heartburn and wind uon tho stomach It is a fine defense against malarial disorders nullifies the eflects of excessive heat cold and damp relieves sick hcadacho and is an incom Â¬ parable euro for costivencss and biliotiH ness The fatigue of travel often tclln most disastrously upon invalids and con valescents occasionally IohucIi an extent as to jeopardize lifo Persons in feeble health apprehensive of had cflectH from travel will if provided with tho Bitters bo far less likely to have thoir fears realized Â¬ Â¬ BOOTStSHQES WOONSOCKET RUBBER AGENCY NO 101 WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI O itW ENGLlligpADE Pens different yattsroa la IO a Nickel llatod of 10 OKNTti aunt poet paid on receipt 9Tir jfw 2 It Is pletmant to take euros Malaria Indigestion find Utllousueu All dealers keep it Nwling a tonic or children that want building iiti should taVu IIHOWJIH JIION IIITTKHH LADIES STEEL PEHS London Â¬ PERRY A CO U S i QREAR it BIGSTAFF KY Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW SIT STERLING New Yark 810 Bra office at lOe h tioU nt Thk HkhaiT dozen or 75c a groso Call and purehaae time if you would make writing eati p urin Practice in the courts of Montgomery and adjoining rnuutleH mid hi tho Court of Ap peals iiiiiI Federal Courts PROCEEDINGS With a new trimming machine a iHodrw Mnpler fimtjob press an abatidaiiea ottypa anil superior workmen we are better pre pared to print liiHtUnte Proceedings tltAu any office In Extern Kentueky Fl fit HPENOKH COOPKR im your order Editor Herald Writing Papers Envelopes Peim Ink dee for sale at this oftcc Ladier Note Paper only lOo a quire Call on u when you need utalioiiery C wmt IIud Grn Ky nyyimiij - - ir RJ fwffF WA r wi rl f Vif longing to dipt Wm Hurst That burn stood but M trees In the Cnptnint corn Held on Stillwater fell Wo will exeune 8PEN0ER COOPER Editor the drummer iih the boys any ho wns ex Â¬ cited when he left Mnytown as two 70 HAZEL GREEN KY yenr old apple trees in W P Samples Juno 12 1891 bnek yard twisted oh just before he left On Saturday eve tho 5th we had the severest rain and wind storm over seen in this valley by the oldest citizens JtvVflrfl Tho large store house of A C Swaugo Homm fc Co was twisted about but the dam ago light Part of M W Pieratts barn was blown down and some of the posts put ill tho ground for a shed were blown Some of the farmers report 200 out panels of fence down and tho school house still stands G W Sample of Virginia late of Sayings and Doings of tho Citizons Lexington Commercial College of Ken in Our Neighboring Counties tucky University is visiting at his un Wm P Sample of this town and A llnnnl niitl Soon l HnntM Corrnspoii cles other relatives in Morgan Granville has tluuta ami IIiiHtlljr Written up fur along with him his diploma Our Army of HouilcrM Hazel Gjreen Herald READ AND BE CONVINCED No Guosb Work About Dr Dyes hi TivJ5s7J3vitJzYyj JLl5it r r SVYZ2Z3E2-S- J - JVI Friday Bolts and Appliances Thoy do Their Work Thoroughly and Woll NRsftWtttWd AIT PAPEE AND K UrilATIC INUIMlllTAlllK KVIOKNCK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN lVwQl - B fcJ viHB3i J livv iEiS EASTERN KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Juno MORGAN Wont 8 Aim Wingless r x Llborty WlAp W Scitz had tho misfortune to lose damp air Tuesday morning with that a good deal of moat c from his smoke Â¬ peculiar twang jailer Jones gives it when listened theres business house a few days since It Is all the and went down up Ifirst time a moment in a posst the work of a freebooter The Methodist ble fifty The trial of two young men for preachor Bro Duvall and family while stealing a hand car on tho K U was as the gone on a visit lost nearly every thing a county correspondent might say Selecting a gentle order ot the day they had in tho way of eatables The man from up the country who seemed thief will bo caught for all eyes are look- Â¬ familiar with tho matter I went into a w ing after him Tho brethren should re-- general auu special interview his state Â¬ piaco what the good Bro Duvall had ments ran about us follows On the night of the 21st inst a hand Â¬ stolen car was stolen from section 17 of the K Too much loafing and stealing These U railroad about the Cane Creek tun Â¬ two qualities are some what akin as nel and brought down toward St Hel- Â¬ G W Drake who is in the ens one often leads to tho other Young man service Mr the railroad looking after such of do not loaf hunt work if you get but things was notified as soon as the car meager compensation for you do not was missed and at once gave chase About know tho remarks that are made about daylight he found the missing car at the end of the Walkers you by merchants and other business west the birds hud flown creek bridge Mr Drake but men who do not desire your presence made somo investigations however that Tho County Convention to select dele led him to a course of action which provknow what ed the correct one gates to tho district convention to he happened during the I dont just about day but held at Jackson Ky to nominato a can- dark he nabbed two fellows atFincustle didate for tho Legislature met last Sat- Â¬ the first station up Walkers creek They urday and sent tho delegates uninstruct were seated on another hand car waiting skip with it till it enough ed Jack Ringo made a telling little There got darktrouble in to was no fixing the guilt speech and thinks he has a good chance on them oven to the point of a full con- Â¬ for tho Senate fession of how the car was stolen They didnt exactly tell why they took it Col J T Hazelrigg and family are neither shall I say except confidentially making arrangements to move to Mt what is thought of this matter It might Sterling and will ship thejr household but People should keep a close watch goods on tho bosom of tho Licking in a for suspicious characters Just as I was going to see another man boat Wo aro sorry to givo up this tal Â¬ for an item about old uncle John Warn- Â¬ ented man and pleasant family from our er who died the other Sunday an up society Wo wish them success in their the country man tapped me on the shoulder new home You the feller what puts things in Some sensible young men of our neigh- Â¬ the paper borhood show very ill breeding in going Peucilss ready said I last Sunday he began Well sir into church after tho sermon has begun evening I was on the cars going up by and going out with their 8sand 10s Ivy Patch At Tolers groc ry was a lot knocking ou the floor which disturbs the of men mostly drunk and a drinking A preacher feller named Bill Gabburd from up in Sam J Salyers who has been confined Breathitt not our Lee county Will Gab bard he jerked out his pistol aud tried to his bed with fever is able to be out to shoot the engineer but he made a dive again out of danger Then he tried to get the Died on the 3rd inst Kolsey H Nick drop on Donovan the baggage man But you see Donovan ho wasnt ready so the elL On 5th inst Morgan Barker ago 87 feller tried to git a bead on some passen- as they was flying by but he didnt Wo have had splendid rains and our fer a minit it or two the train stopped farmors hearts are rejoicing and out jumped Mr Drake with a Win- Â¬ There is a small tide in the Licking chester and Ill tell you that man is git bo a to tho boys the Juno 8 Elite ting to Well terror it was fun to alongthem see road sir r Ksfll Kvolutlons fellers scatter Gabbard he lit on a sor- Â¬ rel critter aud knocked every bit of dust Considerable excitement prevailed in somo parta of this nelghborheed last Sat Â¬ out of that road for nigh two mites and he didnt git another nick- Â¬ urday over school trustee elections Tho Toler I guess he added as the tramp- Â¬ el but there election passed oft quiot in this district ling of many feet souuded from the I guess theyre done trying A J Nickell being elected without op- Â¬ court room them fellers position Then wo went over and found that John M Arneparger Stevie Pieratt Joe Spencer of Perry and Clint Steph- Â¬ Bufort Pierat and Flem Burton left here ens of Owsley the men who stole the this morning for Frankfort as witnesses hand car haa been tried before Judge Maloney against Ben Williams in a whisky case had been and on evidence and confession Â¬ held to circuit court and in deTho never tiring candidate John Har fault of bail that they had been sent to gls was In town today wearing a beseech Â¬ jail 1 saw Mr Drake there He was active ing Bmilo and giving us all tho grip in the prosecution and ho impressed me Hon J W Kendall and Rev W B us exactly the man to be successful in May the Al Â¬ Lykins passed through hero Monday to tho work he has chosen mighty grant the fullest measure of suc- Â¬ attend court at Frencbburg cess Beattyville Euterprise Jeff Couch is pulling down his old A WoHilArful llorae houses and putting up new dwellings The Sentinel Democrat has tho follow- Â¬ Willie Kash will teach the school on ing about the roan horso that was exhib Â¬ Greasy creek near this place ited at our Fair last year Ho was known One of the most Mrs W A Maxey and son are visiting as the Lykins horse remarkable untrained trotters and pacers in this neighborhood that ever sprang into notoriety changed He is cer- Â¬ bauds in this city Friday Mrs Mary F Nickell will teach the tainly a prodigy in tho horse kingdom school at this place and is doubtless today tho fastest un Â¬ June 9 Blurt trained horse on tho turf Ho is going on five years old and is a native of Mor Â¬ Mnjrtowu MUalluit gan county Ho was first purchased here Last Monday Jordan Will Co num- Â¬ by M T Womack of West Liberty J bering 19 from Morgan and Wolfe coun Â¬ C H Gillispio and Thos Stith of this Friday ty hied away to Kentucky river for a county at a good round price fishing spree We had the spree but not ho was taken on the track for tho first time when he paced a 230 gait and trot much sh We camped two nights above ted a 244 gait His owners sold him the mouth of Frozen found our grub Friday to Jeft D Cockrcll and H C Tum- Â¬ getting short and most all tho money in or realizing a profit of 250 after which the erowd had been captured I suppose Mr Womack bought an interest in him The horse is worth a cool two thousand by the slight-of-han- d of some oue of dollars now and with proper develop the party wepoiated our wagons and meat there is uo telling what his worth taggiea in the direction of home met tho will be aud this nameless prodigy from ion reported in last weeks Hkrald the greea kills of Morgan may one day be the woader of the world by the druBuuer in the head of Fro iwwm mn Md took skelter in a Urge bum be only 1 a yar Take Tmk Umu J Kffoctlro Work The court house bell rang out on the Quick Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ recommendation and praise that we are daily receiving from different part of tho country Since our business was 3222K3KS7S2i established nearly twelve years ago we have received more than ten thousand letters of like character You will ob-Â¬ serve that some of these letters are from persons who purchased our Aimlfcinnfm several years ago which is the vory best inc undersigned takes pleasure in aiuiou ticing thnt they have just completed ar evidence of their lasting qualities and rancements with the American Book Comdiuiv that will enable hiin to sell the school- permanent worth and since which time books adopted by the State Board of Education at tho following redueed rates 15 First Arithmetic we have made some valuable improve- Â¬ McGufteys Small Primer t3 Bays Niiff Second Arithmetic ue vised irimer ments If you doubt the genuineness of 50 17 Kclectie Speller Third Arithmetic these letters just write to any one of 50 17 First Header Key to same them enclosing stamped envelope for 85 Second Reader 30 High Arithmetic ii 75 Third Header reply and you will be convinced jvev iu muni ii ni 50 Fourth Header McUufleys 1st hclectic ieoyruphy VOLTAIC BELT CO ii Fifth Reader BI Kclectie Ueograpny i u Marshall Mich ii 1 30 Sixth 83 3d Eclectic Geography The above schoolbook publications of the American Hook iomnanv are wen Known KIDNEY DISEASE standards and we ahull at all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school officers teachers or pupils nt the prices named Other school books published by the American No 228 North 13th Street at Tkrrk Haute Isd April 10 1891 f Book Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati suppliedDAYcorrespondingly Gow prices recn Kv CO Hazel J T Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Kind Sirs My husband wore your Voltaic Belt for one year and has not worn it for nearly two years since will be two years in May and he has not felt any pain about his kidneys since leaving 12 West Short Street LEXINGTON KY it oft aud before wearing your Belt his kidneys were badly diseased and he suf- Â¬ A Model in Almost fered excruciating pain nearly all the SEATING CAPACITY 150 time for several months and the doctors Fresh Oysters at all seasons Blue Points Saddle Rocks New York Counts aud could not relievo him but your Belt soon relieved him of pain and gradually Mobile Counts REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS strengthened his kidneys until he was Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season ulwuys on hand entirely wen ana no now enjoys the The modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions is very best of health He had a friend of a Miller most complete and the finest in six steaming at- Â¬ Improved Range the world with his to try your Belt and it cured him tachments two large broilers and hot and cold water eighteen fires range will cook reservoirs This also I have a friend in Effingham 111 anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in who wants one of your Belts He asked Kentucky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to nil mo to write for one of your pamphlets nov21ly so kindly send your pamphlet to P C GUS LUIGART Davis Effingham 111 by return mail as he wants a Belt right away Very respectful yours We publish the following letters from ersons who have kindly given us their consent to do so As will be observed these letters were all received during the month of April of this vear 1801 and uro from neisons afllicted w t h varlmm jiilv IhIImu uo noiconsiuuic iuiicth one tenth of the letters of mjur im0rt rcceived by us during the month of April We publish these let-ters merely as a sainnlo of the letters of HANGINGS 4 4eINTEXX0 W H MEARA President O G MITCHELL Secretary BEC0EATI0N8 CINCINNATI 3 JJi 1 1 No 32 West Fourth Street 0 IBAPBE SGI001 BOOKS a Tho HmMl ft Kiteteii Restaurant Every Feature Proprietor Mrs Kate Davis Â¬ Summit Point W Va April 18 1891 This is to certify That I have been UfHMM IUTMCTIII II IIIMEEflll SHORT HAHD TTK WMTlll STRATTOR IMtRESS CILLEIE SIUTH WEST TQEIfAPMTEye ETC AT THE IKYAIT afllicted with varicocele for several years JEFFERSIR STREETS LIIIVILLE RT 6ATAIHIE FREE and that I have worn for a few months MHO THIRI All one of Dr Dyes Voltaic Belts with Sua- attachment which Belt and NEW- HENRY MATLOCK uspensory I purchased of the Voltaic WITH Belt Co of Marshall Mich This is to certify also that I have been entirely MCMILLAN HAZEN GO cured of varicocele and greatly benefit- Â¬ MT STERLING KY ted in everyway by tho wearing of the above mentioned Appliances I give it WHOLESALE as being my opinion that it is absolutely Capital necessary for one afllicted with varico- Â¬ Surplus cele to wear Dr Dyes Voltaic Belt and BOOTS AND Suspensory Appliances even if he is Wm Mitchell Chas M Grubbs taking other treatment Cashier President KNOXVILLE TENN Given under my hand this 18th day of April A D 1891 The largest capital and surplus and indi William A Price vidual deposits than any bank in this sec varicocele ucsdfmMtmm S2500Q0 FAEMEEvS BANK S40000 SHOES by Â¬ tiot of the State NERVOUS DEBILITY PREMATURE DECAY ETC DAY eThc above goods are handled CO Hazel Green Ky J T Wis April 30 1891 Successors to J A Lail Co Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Gentlemen Seven years ago I bought 74 E Maim Stbkkt LEXINGTON KY a Belt and Suspensory attachment of you Wholesale Dealers in for nervous debility premature decay and kindred troubles and it gave such Fairchild H S STRADER SON THE KRUSE BAHLMAN HARDWARE COMPANY 11 Whiskies universal satisfaction I thought I must Straight Kentucky have another as the old one has become somewhat dilapidated Please send me Winis Branriits c pamphlet with price list at once as I do not now remember your prices and the FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY pamphlet you sent mo at the time I can CIGARS AND TOBACCO not find Please find stamp enclosed for Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Â¬ immediate reply I remain your obeTarr and Old Taylor dient servant E Ckall LOS8 OF 15 and 17 West Pearl Street CINCINNATI O The wholesale trade of Eastern Ken tucky is respectfully solicited -- Oakville Louisa County Iowa April 10 1891 VITALITY AND NERVOUS DEBIL ITYi THE Voltaic uelt Uo Marshall Mich Gentlemen Ploase find enclosed mon- Â¬ ey order for 20 in payment of balanco AT THIS OFFICE on Belt and Suspensory Appliance I have worn the same for ninety days and NOTEHEADS it has done me a great deal of good I LETTERHEADS feel that I am completely and perma- Â¬ BILLHEADS nently cured I shall recommend your Belts and Appliances to all of my afllict Â¬ STATEMENTS ed friends and acquaintances Yours SALE BILLS Wm Racer with great respect L083 OP MANHOOD GEO W MALPIN SG0MPANY5 Notions Wholesale Dry Goods 101 10 and 105 W Fourth Street i m MINUTES South Side CINCINNATI 0 Powers ville Any and everything at the lowest prices Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Gentlemen After a three months trial Exchange Bank of Kentucky of your Voltaic Belt and Suspensory Ap Â¬ pliance I am ablo to recommend it to MT STERLING KY any of my friends and I shall do all in Â¬ my power to induce others to try its virtues I believe that I am permanently CAPITAL cured of a disease of three years stand Â¬ ing namely loss of manhood for which We have more Huzel Green business than please accept grateful thanks I inclose a list of names of men afllicted with dis Â¬ auy other bank and want to increase it eases which your Belt and Appliances Send us your nccount and wf vrllltreat will cure Hoping that othor men who you well may suffer from the loss of vitality and B J PETERS President manhood as I have suffered will avail themselves of your Voltaic Belt aud ApJOHN G WINN Cabhieu pliances and bo cured is tho wish of your FORD slucere friend Will French 29 1891 Ky April GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKER CO 810000000 Saddlery and Harness Nos 74 and 6 Main Street Â¬ CINCINNATI O SK WITH -- TT J JUL CLARKE WITH nr ope to any address Illustrated namnhlet containing full particulars mailed in scaled envel VOLTAIC BELT CO Â¬ WHOLESALE 109 W Mack Stadler I Co CLOTHING ii i THIRD STREET - Sievers Carson Hardware Co 637 West Main Street Manual Mich 3lly CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE