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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ftf ft fy ffwWpi rtT vSMnTnirlPN SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of n Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYing nt His Bnok Sloo A YEAR Always In Ativano EVEXTHYEAir IIUII 1 tome a aus stous Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Mil II w HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY in ii ICY ii M FRIDAY JUNE 10 1891 A NUMBER ISf STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK zm Lwesl LOW PRICES Stock M if Iff M HICH GRADES HONEST VALUES Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals I4 w v of SherrodHvillo Carroll McKinuon NotHry pubJJc shoe dealers of Louisville assigned Li Â¬ county has brought suit against Virgil Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally fehti ly abilities supposed to be 6000j with E Stockton for malicious prosecution and acts directly on tho blood and mu Â¬ equal assets claiming 10000 damages for haying her cous surfaces of the system Send for Corneliub Hazel of Crittenden arrested for theft claiming she had sto Â¬ testimonials free county was acquitted of tho charge of len a beaded wrap and silk baby cloak F J CHENEY CO Toledo O f Bhov hh hunting on Sunday in the circuit court while acting as a doinestio in his resi ftr8old by Druggists 76c For Lodge of all kinds printed In the best style and at last week dence tttiliool THflhra In the Hardin circuit court soveral the lowest rates Just now wo are offering Masonic By While the ten year old son of Jacob I havo just received a now supply of 1x61 inches with n indictments for murder were returned Uy Laws a neat little book of 20 pages Pesler residing in tho northwestern part school books and can now supply the neat cover100 copies prepaid by mail for only 1000 the grand jury of Auglaize county Ohio was driving a trado with Smiths History of Ken Â¬ ffirThin book contain ByLaws Rules of Order Fu The Louisvillo stock yards were des- Â¬ spirited team of horses to which was tucky at 75 cents each c and all reasonable troyed by fire ono ovening last week neral Services at tho Grove Ac hitched a heavy roller which ho was Respectfully changes will bo made to suit the Lodge making tho order Send for copy of tho Loos 16000 taking across tho field ho slipped and 2i T F Park EaJ Ky book and make your order now if you want to save money Owinosville has voted to repeal her fell under tho team and was horribly prohibition law mangled about tho head and body boforo The Herald is only 1 a year gut Write Us for Any Kind of Printing ou Need Take The Herald only 1 h year HERALD Hazel Green Ky help arrived scribe now He can not recover Address THE Â¬ j2fThu prescriptions and order of Doctors especially solicited care and attention in compounding None but pure medicine and drucs used our prairies are glitteriug with beautiful wild flowers There may bo somo that mistake will say that flowers aro of no permanent MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Thirty students of Harvard College Henry Smith of Livingston county were fined G5 each for having liquor value but for myself I am happy to state that I do not bolong to that partic Â¬ and M C Boatright of Hopkins county stored in their rooms by the Cambridgo ular class Tho refined of all tho world were arrested in Hopkinsville and taken Mass court lovo flowers and it is almost a thing of back to Earlington to be tried on charges Dayton Ohio was flooded by a certainty that a person of refinement of gambling They fled from there to DEALER IN cloud burst last week doing considerable thinking of changing locations to a new avoid arrest and were put oft the train Hardware Queensware Tinware1 irWv Agriculfural Implements by the conductor at whom Smith shot damage Lightning struck in several country would find no small degrco of attraction in a knowledge of tho fact parts of the city in his anger They wero arrested and After passing a bill making tho anni- that tho land thought of for tho new Vulcan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows the Marshal of Earlington notified B F Avery homo was literally 0 land of flowers Tho Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Smith will also bo tried Sons Steel Plows for shooting at versary of the birth of Jefferson Davis a beautiful flowers Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill Mowers aro here but the peo- Â¬ legal holiday the Florida Legislature Columbia Tiger and Granger Sulky the conductor with intent to kill side Plows ple at a distance who havo never visited Improved Malta Double Shovel Hay Rakes The Watts steel and iron syndicate of adjourned sine die tho territory in tho Beason ofwildflowem Plows Cooks Patent Evaporators Garrett Thomas colored has been Middlesborough intends to have on exhido not know it People from the States Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills bition at tho Worlds Fair in Chicago in sentenced to hang on July 21 at Green- Â¬ come here in winter Repairs Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons and follow the Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon 1892 some bar steel made at the steel ville Mo for the murder of another geese in their northward flight so wild soon as Disc Harrows Scales price G0 with a written guar- Â¬ works now under construction in that colored man named Bryant spring begins to appenr They know Evans 2 horse Corn Planters antee for 5 years A freight train on the Knoxville nothing town the cost of which will be less per of our delightful spring and ton than it costs to make pig iron in Cumberland Gap and Louisville railroad summer timo The largest stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky beyond what thoy have collided with a handcar instantly killing heard Pittsburgh and much they have heard has Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty The Maysville district conference of three men and severely injuring several sprung from tho imagination persons S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY East side the M E church South was in session at others who never spent a spring and summer in Bethel Bath county last week Forty The Supreme Court of Tennessee the territory Let us tell them some Â¬ preachers were in attendance and in the has affirmed the death sentences of thing of what wo e folks fiivo absence of Bishop Hargrove Presiding Woodville and Nathan Talmer of Tate to make us happy while they are away Elder John S Reeves presided county for the murder of young Good Our display of wild flowers is too jrrand HAZEL GREEN KY to admit of any general description that The proposition to vote a tax of 20 loe They will hang August 7 cents on the 100 worth of property for Mathew Comiskey aged 65 a farm Â¬ could convey to tho stranger an idea of it Bordering upon tho reality i is the purpose of paying the balance on tho er living south of Barnesville Ohio was all public school building in Glasgow car- Â¬ found dead in an old tobacco house He certainly passing strahgothat wliife the AND DEALER IN ried by twenty four majority had been drinkiug heavily and a flask world abroad has heard so much of the At Buffalo near Hodgeville a disas containing alcohol found by his side ex advantages of the territory the native 9 ffpMpjBgpyypzjjjwsT i floworing plants havo almost beon trous storm Bwept away two saw mills plains tho matter We think and destroyed growing crops to a great At the Denver Colo conference of wholly left out of mention And Trimmings of All Kinds extent The streets of Buffalo were the M E church South the case of Rev tho most beautiful boquet of flowers itgul am prepared to furnish pn short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL eighteen inches under water Sam Small for misappropriating church wild or tamo that wo havo seen was KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coflins cheaper At Harlan Court Houso John Hall funds was called and at his own request shown to us this week by a lady friend than you can buy the trimmings Price of Collins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver coffins cheap who was indicted for the murder of John the ex evangelist was allowed to with- Â¬ It was composed officii specimens repre Â¬ sented in at least a dozen species all arÂ¬ Caywood Sr was shot and killed by draw from the church ranged with the test of taste as to har Â¬ OF ALL KINDS John Caywood Jr Hall had threatened At Camden N J Philip Dominico mony of color Every appearance of the Sacco pleaded guilty of killing his sister-in-larl Y1f RQnPmVnQ f My arrangements are such that I can iurnish Tombstones or young Caywoods life composition might have been accepted 1 KJM DO 1 Ul iiO I Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite and at the At Lexington last week James Rob-Â¬ his attorney saying he would as painting to the handy work of a train- very lowebt prices Very respectfully c J W CKAVEN inson colored was arrested for abduct Â¬ rather havo tho court fix his sentenco ed artist done in somo millionaire con- ing a 14 year old colored girl for immoral than stand trial with public sentiment so servatory and yet every flower had been purposes and bound over iu the sum of inflamed against Italians gathered by her on tho prairies of- the 1000 Lewis Davis and Thomas Hughes Indian Territory in tho neighborhood of DKALKIl IN R R Grimbley had an examining two miners were instantly killed at the Ardmore trial at Williamstown for the murder of Buckeye shaft near Joplin Mo They Truly nature has made the Indian Al Henry and was held in tho sum of had nearly reached the surface when tho Territory for a wonderful country tub became detached and they were pre 000 for the action of the grand jury If this article is rejected doubtless tho A tank car on tho L N at New cipitated to tho bottom a distance of 117 wasto basket is at hand Grand Ma HAZEL GREEN KY port containing about 2000 gallons of feet 6yCarries a complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes gasoline exploded the other day Tho The estate of the late P T Barnura State ok Ohio City op Toledo Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs nud Patent Medicines to which he invites your shock was felt for ten miles around Lucas County as shown by tho inventory taken by the jm attention and which ho will sell at the lowest prices for cash Cheney makes oath that The Court of Appeals has ailirmed the appraisers and filed iu the Probato Court heFrank J When in search of bargains be sure and give hira a call and youll save money is tho senior partner of the firm of F death sentenco of Anthony Duncan the at Bridgeport Conn is estimated as fol- Â¬ J Cheney Co doing business in the colored man who murdered Dr Gorhum lows Personal property 1285599 real JAMES B TIPTON JAMES KENNEDY estate 2993 033 making a grand total City of Toledo County nnd State afore-of Fayette county last February said and that said firm will pay the sum of 4729532 The Times says a want of money hag of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for Tho Illinois Legislature passed a compelled Bowling Green to suspend each and every case of thai street work It has been found impossi Â¬ bill appropriating 800000 for tho States cannot bo cured by tho Catarrh DEALERS IN- use of Halls exhibit at tho Worlds Fair coupled with ble to float any more city bonds recognition of an eight hour day and tho Catarrh Cure The litigation over tho famous Pinna- Â¬ FRANK J CHENEY arbitration of labor disputes which may cle at Cumberland Gap has terminated Sworn to before me and subscribed ia occur with tho workmen engaged in con Â¬ PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY in favor of the Middlesborough Amerimy presence this Gth day of December structing the Worlds Fair buildings can Association a D 1880 KY MT At Carrollton Ohio Miss Jennie j heal f A W GLEASON Co boot and Louis Grauman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When you visit Lexington db not fail to give us a call Evan SiIelhy iu jail at Wloklillb charged with killing an old woman Mrs Moore in 1887 for robbery was lynched by a mob early one morning last week being hung to n treo 160 yards from the county court house Tho mob secured him by force threatening tho life of tho jailer and only overpowered Shelby after a light in which ho cut several of tho mob slightly Tho Court of Appeals granted Evan n new trial and the lynch ing was tho result Ho was married had means and was well connected I N Campbell colored the first man of his race over elected magistrate in Christian county if not in Kentucky has been on trial on a charge of return- Â¬ ing a fraudulent school list Ho sworo that ho had taught his colored school 120 days when it was proved his wife who has no certificate to teach did most of tho teaching ho drawing the pay He forged tho name of George Massey to the order to draw his pay and is in a bad fix Â¬ John D Rockefellar the Standard oil king is reported seriously ill The census of London England shows u population of 1211503 Walter Lindloy aged 14 of Sylva nia Iud was kicked to death by a horpo while plowing B F Reid of Canton Miss was shot from ambush and killed by somo unknown assassin A damsel of Grand Rapids Mich who sued for 16000 breach of promiso got a verdict of six cents and costs Mac Holyfield has been indicted at Mobile Ala for tho murder of a man uamed Williams nineteen years ago Carrollton Ohio boasts the cham- Â¬ pion banana cater Ho devoured forty nine large bananas in fifteen minutes E L Trent a news butcher on the B and O road was arrested recently for flim flamming He claimed it was a KM rjYOUlt SUBSCRIPTS rS i r xPiro j ftTa rj v Intcrnatlng Lottor from Anlmore IAT As I Haw my first article In print that told of the advantages of farmingin the Territory I am hero again to toll you something about tho fruit and flowers that grow wild in this territory write simply becauso my working dayHareover and I resort to this plan of employing my mind Tho grapogrowsspontiineous ly hero and is as flno us tho cultivated grape iu tho States Strawberries aro just as fine as any cultivated strawberry you over saw Dewberries and tho ma- Â¬ jority of tho blackberries are cultivated Black haws aro in abundance Plums aro plentiful Paeans walnuts and many other fruits and nuts I could name and i cTIT OKAYED 1 1 8tay-at-hom- UNDERTAKER COFFINS CASKETS Â¬ Â¬ FURNITURE REPAIRED w MTT OASKLEY - General Merchandise M Tipton -- Â¬ STERLING and giveu special v ei I hill - J WM sjprJjJjSESpjSptpSw ry i tu Hazel Geeen Heeald SPENOER COOPER Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN - June 19 1891 g flDlvtfjv vvafHMKii LUKE MASON i Thrilling and Romantic Story of th Late Olvil War Drothkr Aoaimbt DnornER Bjiijck Lakkman Walter U now fflBLD DAWKlROr AWD UTHKH BXOfUC ttoYROR or SV JOHN MISICK i 41 V ICepyrtQhUd im y CONTINUED Luke with about fifteen of bis company startod down tho bill Already tho head of tho column was wall undor way lie di covorod that ho was not oven with his own Firing could now bo heard below tho hill First a fow dozen shots then volley after volloy whllo tho roar of artillory shook tho oarth Tho soldiors becamo veterans once more Luko found himself in a field of corn Ho bad thrown away his sword und picked up a muskot which ho doomed a moro available woapon Ho becamo separated from bin mon remaining in tho roar as ono of tho guards to cover tho retreat while tho urmy was ombarking Most of tho soldiers woro already on board Luko was hurrying through tho corn whon ho dlseovorod a Confederate kneeling boblnd a corn hill aiming his ritlo ut a regiment 5sE KM itf KNKBLINO DISCOVgRKD A COXrBDBKATK BBUIND A CORK U1LU horseman whose form could bo dimly out lined In tho fluttering blades and waving He recognized tho horsoman as Gonoral Grant and fully realizing his chiefs dangor Captain Mason lovolod his gun to shoot tho rebel But at this moment a sharp report a few paces on his right a puff of smoke and tho Confederate pluuged for-Â¬ ward upon his faco in tho dirt Luko turned to boo who bad fired tho shot and discovered the negro Blackhawk stealing away but a fow pacos In advanco of tho General whoso lifo ho had saved Luke aad Blackhawk roached tho steamer just as It was swinging off leaving Gonoral Grant on shore Luke told tho captain who ordered the boat back The Gonoral alight ed from his horse amid a storm of balls and tho horse taking In the situation put his kind feet under his body slid down tho bank and trotted aboard and tho General followed the stago plank was drawn in and the boat cast off CHAPTER VIIL rORT DONSLSOtf tassels ft Â¬ P Oa the 7th of November 1981 tho Mississippi river was low so that tho banks woro higher than the Deads of tho mon standing on the upper decks of the steamer From cornfield woods and all along tho shore Confederate riflemen woro blazing away at the retreating boats The robols woro back some distance from the river so their Are was high and did but littlo harm Tho smoke stacks were thickly popporod with bullets but only throe mon woro woundod after reaching the boats two of whom wero soldiers and one a member of Captain Masons company Oa reaching the boat Blackhawk the aegro woader had laid down his muskot and resumed his placo as fireman at one of the great furnaces Oa reaching the deck General Grant al most completely worn out by exertion and the nervous strain went to tho captains room adjoining the pllot houso and throw kuaselt dewa oa a sofa Luke saw hlai go In and also notlcod a body of rebel sharp shooters running along the bank General he said looking In at tho door I dont think you are as safe horo as you would be below The rebels aro pursuiug us along the shore Are not the gun boats replying to them asked the General springing to his foot and going to the door whoro Captain Mason stood At this moment thero came a crash aad aiausket ball entered the room passed through the head of the sofa whoro tho ofcief had lain and lodged in the foot Qoaeral Grant cast a glance at the couch whare he had been reposing aad taking the youBg oflteera hand in his with a quiet aslto said Captala you have saved my lite They went below The gun boats open lag tm Ua enemy aaat shells shrieking and aapUkHag Into the weed aad oornfleld They wera watt eat ia the stream and some dis taaoa dowa so taay had to give but little ataratioa to tttatr fptaa to olear tha hanks of tba rive Tafijr poalUoa nearly enaladed ta amaeaj naiaJilog through tka ooralald Â¬ Â¬ Ned Cotton Corporal Max and 13111 bnow near tho storn tiring ns rapidly as tlioy could at tho boads of tho robols who wero peoping ovor tho rlvor banks Dod rot Mm bot I Hpilcd thatns plctun Ef theyd said Tom roloiuling his gun only a lot mo brung uiy rlllo Id laid out moron onoon em Tho boats soon carried thorn beyond gunshot and sped peacefully on thnir way to Cairo each now feeling that Belmont had been ugrcnt vlutoryand that ho had contrib uted his Hharo tnwnrd It Captain Mason had cause to bo proud of tho work ho had dono toward establishing tho right of that grand old ling to wavo all ovor tho United States of America Every man in that conflict smnll and in Hlgnillcant as it wan compared to the struggles which followed gained contldonco in himself und that quiet stern commander who was destined to lead tho armies of tho Nation to final victory Tho boats returned to Cairo and a long A fow days period of inactivity followed after his return from tho battle Held Luko received a letter from 1 Jlllo Neff Thoy hod returned shortly after tho troops passed by their house and learned that ho had by his gullantry saved it She stated that alio prayed daily that ho and her brother might bo spared and thnt this cruol war might coino to an end Her letter concluded with Blackhawk has disappeared from tho neighborhood and it is supposed that ho has run away I do not understand that strungo negro Ho bus been an enigma to mocversiuco I was a child When but a littlo girl I always shuddered whon his yol- lowish black eyes mot mine andl then thought him in leaguo with tho Evil Ono nud oh I Luke I fear ho hates you if yoi should ovor meet him bowaro of him Brothor wroto mo of your saving bis lifo oh 1 can not thank you too much Should you meet him again dear Luko bo it on th battlo llold or whorevor it may remember that though ho is your onemy ho is mj brothor aud If possible spare him Yos yes I havo spared him audi will spare him sighed tho young soldior bow ing his bead in his hand But is not this after all a battlo betwoon brothers I Oh cruol indood is war at host but this fratricidal strife is snapping the heart strings of tho boat in tho land Ho promptly answered hor letter in as ohcorful u strain as be could hoping that their difficulties would soon bo removed and peuco spread hor whlto wings ovor the land From beginning toond his lotter was reploto with expressions of tondorost love Tho month of Docember 1SC1 was spent in drilling and disciplining tho troops for tho long bard marches sioge and heavy battles that woro boforo thom Occasionally small scouting parties woro sont out into tho country for tho purposo of recon noitenng Camp lifo bad growu irksome to Luko and he gained pormission to go with a small body of cavalry on ono of thoir ex Â¬ peditions into a neighborhood in Kentucky reportod to bo filled with robol guerrillas As Luko was leaving bo mot the captain of tho steamor ou which ho had gono to Bol mont who informed him that that niggor tlroman Blackhawk bad doserted them Ho is a strange being said Luko thoughtfully Ill havo him tied up and whipped if I can find him thooftlcor rotortcd Luko mounted bis borso and rodo away to tbo boat which convoyed him and his party across tho rivor It had boon raining that morning and tho woods and oarth woro still damp from tho flood Thoy did not roach tho Kentucky shore until lato in tho afternoon and tho heavy mist which bnwrapt hill valley grovo and town hid them from any prying oyes which might bo on tho watch for them They traveled slowly along tho wooded road long after nightfall had set in Their guldo was a trusty fellow who knew evory foot of ground Thoy were liable to bo flred upon by bushwhackers at any time consequently tho officers carried pistols and tho soldiors carbinoa ready cocked in band to dofond thoir lives against an attack Luko and tho Captain woro riding side by sido just behind their guide whon that porsonago drew roin and said Theros sum wun ahead o us Tho ofllcors could make out a dark figure approaching thom and instantly both lev eled their pistols at it Hole on dar massal dont yo go fur t shootin dis ore niggaht said a husk Iso come hoah tor show yo to dc voice houso whar am somo robs n bushwhackers Thoro was a halt and a fow moments con versation and then thoy inquired about the numbors of the onemy in tho houso and informed that thoro wore but six Load tho way said tho Captain of the cavalry and they rode slowly forward until their dusky guide halted upon a hill and pointed down Into a dark glade where thore was a light gleaming It camo from the window of ono of thoso log cabins occupied by squattors so common in certain parts of Kentucky at tho timo of which wo wrlto What is going on down therol Luko asked as tho sounds of a squeaky flddlo came to bis oars Daacin said tbo nogro They crept a littlo nearar and discovered a numbor of horses nitcnea to mo trees about tho houso Bo secure woro tho rev Â¬ elers that not oven a guard bad boon loft without to givo a noto of alarm in case an enemy should approach Leaving tho dragoons but a short distanco away Luko and tho Captain crept down to the log houso and through tbo chinks got a gitmpso within Hero ascono greeted thoir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Maw git tho gourd an issue tlior ru sblons tor tho boys Baid tho red headed host A thick sot woinuu brought a gourd and was pouring out some liquor into it whon u voice without shouted Surrendor Thodoucoyou say lcrlcdtho hostsprlng ing to his double barreled shot gun ovor his I Sllf man who moves dies door But before ho could lay bis hand upon it tho door was open and tho sharp point of a snbor thrust against his breast while the doors and windows woro black with tho muzzlos of carbines Soldi groaned tho rod headod squatter Why maw woro two domed fools bor IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 groat frowning guns of tho fort vww Whllo ho still stood gazing on tho works TIIE enemy somo ono said of tho Look down tho rivor Turning his oyes toward tho rivor which was in full viow ho saw tho Commodores OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE X littlo fleet of flvo guns boats stoumlng towards tho fort Tho St Louis Louisville and Pittsburg woro iron clads and tho gun boats Tyler und Couestoga woro of wood Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co Captain Mason expected tho conflict to CIS P commenco nt once but In this ho wus misoxclmngo of a dozen taken for aftor the shots tho boats foil back and It was threo PHILADELPHIA oclock In tho afternoon beforo tho Commo WASHINGTON dore began tho battlo in earnest NEW YORK BALTIMOKK 1 of tho hill found himself in full vtow of tbo mM6MMtM49M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER IX TUB SUHHENDEH Now happonl It was Arkansaw Tom who Aud all Eastern Cities spoko to his companions lying at his sido Mason again turned bis attention Captain to tho river and saw tho entiro fleet under way to tho fort as if it intended to run the The Direct Line to blockade rang out tho boom boom Boom LOUISVILLE hoovy cannon making tho air and earth LEXINGTON ST LOUIS boys watch OLD POINT suthins gwino tor THE SEA SHORE KANSAS CITY MEMPHIS the first CHATTANOOGA And nil Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest KAST UOUND Â¬ YoU git plenty o flghtin now I bet fur seed Ginoral Grant n Commodooro Footo a talkin n layin their heads tgether n I bet thoy git a move on em purty soon Arkansaw Tom was correct for on tho 1st day of January 1362 Colonol Smarts regiment received marching orders The seven gun boats under Flag offlcor Footo accompaniod tho advance led by Mc Clornand General Grant following By hokoy boys woro gwino tor hov it now said Arkansaw Tom as ho marched Woll smell pow Â¬ aboard tho transport der fore wo git back The soldiors wero all in tho bost of spirits and choerod lustily as thoy went Poor felowa thoy aboard tho stoamors littlo dreamed bow many of them wore on a campaign from which they would never reÂ¬ January gosh Tho first man who moves dies said Luko Mason leaping into tho cabin a cocked pistol in each hand Thoy stood motionless as statues and tho girls snifflod and criod at tho fato of their Tho cavalrymen disarmed sweothearts thom and marched them out ono at a timo As tho last ono passed out of tho houBe nnder tho oscort Luko turned to go when tho black faco of their informant appeared at tho door and with a chucklo tbo nogro said Golly Massa Mason yos got em y What Blackhawk aro you horo I But that mysterious spirit like personagt littcd away into tho darkness and disap wared nor was he seo n any moro for wopk iftorward They convoyed tho prisonors to samp without any trouble Then camo another long porlod of inaction Camp lifo became irksome to many during that long winter of 1861 and 1863 Tho field tho march ovon at dead winter waa preferablo to lying in the camp I want t fight ur go homo growled Corporal Max one day noar the last of Â¬ Fast Fast Ml Aecotn Duily Express Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun 15pm 7 35am 5 45pm 00pm 8 23am 7 10pm 30pm 8 62uui 7 45pm 0 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm 10 30pm 12 15pm 10 43pm 12 28pm Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm ti 7 7 Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington le west no UND Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington 20pm U 00am 39pni 6 25am 150pm 6 37am 3 03pm 8 20am 4 00am 4 32pm 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58pm 11 15am 7 15am Ar 5 30pni 12 05pm 8 05am Le 1 1 CAPT MASON WAS WATCHIMO TUB DISABLED BOATS 1S62 solid balls and shells of iron went screechLimited Vestibitlkd Exi ress runs daily ing through tbo nir now darkened with ami has Vestibuled Pullman Ihiflet Sleepers smoko For an hour tho boats wero enveloped in a between Louisville Lexington Washington Point Comfort This dark vapor from which tho sullen flashes of New York and OKI the celebrated tiro and death issued While tho gun boats train is made part of woro making such sad havoc among tho land batteries and dismounting gun after gun tho fleot was gnttmg considerably East of Huntington on the C A O route pounded by the rebel guns Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sun Â¬ Tho leading boat was within two hundred yards of the river and tho roar of cannon day between Lexington and Huntington incessant At such close quarters the oxo Make direct connections at Huntington with 0 At Ashland with S V Ity At nution must be terrible and Luko saw one C Winchester with K C R R north and boat aftor another dropping down tho river A visibly disabled The wholo fleet soon fol- south bound andN atO Lexington with L A T P Railroads N L 8 and C lowed and tbo engagement for the day was Â¬ tromble with each successive shot Great F F V Â¬ turn Lukos regiment with several others was convoyed to a point a fow miles bolow Â¬ Forts Henry and Holuzman Here they disembarked In a muddy forest and the men being without tents and it being dead win tor they suffered sovoroly The cannonad Â¬ ing at Fort Henry could bo distinctly heard and tho wild cheers that went up on tho air when the fort was taken roached their oars For a day or two thoy remained in their position and then received orders to ad Â¬ Through mud rain vanco on Donolson nd snow tho long columns of Infantry fol owed by baggage trains and artillory wended thoir way along tho wooded road Why didnt the fool officers wait till varm weather growled Max who with lis knapsack and blanket could scarce keep Â¬ oyes PHV mVHniMI KP - ftoMMwaf- A dozen Confederate soldiers and officers woro in tho room their faces flushed with Koutucky whisky A one eyed nogro was sawing away on a squeaky old fiddle while oaoh Confederato was going it at a gallop with a red choeked country girl Vol hll whoop om up swing yorpard ner allaman loft I Whoop em upP shout ed a largo red headed fellow In his shirt sleovos who from his total lack of uniform was evidently a citizen and without doubt tho proprlotor of tho houso By gosh Sal dont kick so high ur yell knock a fellers nose offn his face Look out ole woataa ur yell punch my eye out with yer dereed old snuff stick All prom Â¬ enade balaaee t yer pardner right band V yer pardner an grand right n left Look outlBlUeautyer keep oa yer lags dlddiddle-a-de- e Te ttee to sung out the old squeaky fddleuatU the red headed hast shouted Ladles tthw seats aageatattaa jug Thea there was a shout of laughter paa ea aaB avaAapa 9 and a scampering away to the algatwo fowad Arkaaaaw ToC gallou stone jug which stood la one corner Â¬ ficult that many of thom began to throw away knapsacks and blankets Dont throw thom away said Captain You will need them keep them Mason growled Max Nood om thunder l staggering along in the mud tho perspirawo dont tion streaming from his faco need any thing t kcop us warm on this blasted march Ive a mind t throw my cloak away Better change yor mind said Tom Luke assured them that when they camped they would nood thoir blankets but many became so exhausted that they throw them aside notwithstanding his assurances Evening came on Luko gazed back on the long lino of mon trudging silent and gloomy through tho mud and notod how poorly they wero preparod for tho storm with which they wero threatened Tho sky became overcast and a heavy gloom settled over the forest Thoy went into camp at dusk A fine cold rain sot in and the mon began to sore- Â¬ ly need tho blankots thoy had thrown away Â¬ Cos yor got tired o layin incamp ihuckled old Arkansaw Tom who trudged Yo wanted somothln ilong at his sido do n I guess yeve got It Tho men found travel so slavish and dif- jp Â¬ over Tho wild cheer from tho robol works gavo evidence that they supposed they had gained a victory Captain Mason was still watching tho disabled boats when the Adjutant came galloping by and told him to form his men Fall in cried Captain Mason Oh thundor moro mud tramping growled Corporal Max Tho regiment was soon in lino and head ed by tho Colonol who went on foot leading his horso thoy moved off to the right until they camo to McClor nandt division which they bad been ordered to support Two or threo regiments joined tbo division and all prepared to pass tho night miserably enough Tho sun went down on the night of the 14th of February 1862 loaving tho army confronting Fort Donelson In any thing but a comfortable condition Tho weather had turned intensely cold tho men wore without tents and could not koep fires An occasional firing had been kept up all along the line of works and Bergos sharp shootors had during tho day kept a lino of batteries silent The ground froze hard that night and the soldiers without fire or blankets suf- Â¬ fered severely Not being ablo to lie upon tho ground most preferred standing or stamp- Â¬ ing or dancing to koep thoir foot from freez ing Cant you sleep corporal askod Cap tain Mason who with his overcoat buttoned up to his chin stiU shivered Sloop no growlodMax his teeth chattering Im freezin Better ha kept yer blanket said Ar kansaw Tom who with his blanket wrapped aoout him sat at the root of a troo Shot up ye old salamander growled Max Capn why cant we make a tiro Its against orders What n thunder d they issue such or- Â¬ Â¬ odation daily except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and from K C pointstand at Lexington with L S R R for Louisville For full information in regard to Rates apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to Routes etc Lexington and Olive Hill Accom- Â¬ Â¬ H E Huntington Barney Â¬ V P and G M C L Brown G P A LEXINGTON KY G W G Â¬ A Lexington Ky W S G A Ashland Ky Harrison Â¬ Â¬ TJR J F LOCKHART i I 4 m BHB DENTIST EZEL KY Â¬ DR W W JUSTICE D ENTBST Office on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below Rees House jyly WINCHESTER KY Â¬ Â¬ TR J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ TSAAC W ROSE Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY ders furl A firo would make us an excollent mark for tho rebel gunners Id about as soon be shot as to bo freezin to death hero growled Max CONTINUED Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to collections and returns promptly made Â¬ Â¬ NEXT WEKK P A B MAY w Attorney-at-La- aU ar theres no place dry nuft to growled Max lay on n bo blanket fur klvor Shouldnt ha throwed t away said Arkansaw Tom who bad been wiso enough Coao ye didnt need t on to carry his th march but th minlt ye stop yo git cold all over then yor want It mighty badi Bivouacked in mud and rain tho army was miserable enough The sick and wounded were left at the houses tboy passed A fow shots on thoir advance next morning told thattbe enemys scouts were on tbo watch for them They marched all day and the next and when evening had come Luke was Informed that Fart Doaelsoa was near Here ia a ravine almost within sight of the fort eur friends encamped for the night It snowed before BtorsiBg and many of the soldiers had their feet frosted It waa dark whea Cokwel Smarts regi aHtatweat lata oaatp and Captain Mason saw aothlag save a few4istaat camp tree to indicate the nearness of aa enemy He woke at early dawn aud going up to the top What In thunder m I goln t do AcroM the Doep to the Far WeBt On steamboats care and stage coaches Ho9tettera Stomach Bitters is carried as the mo9t important item in the materia medica of the traveling public It de- Â¬ prives vitiated brackish water of its hurtful properties and execrable flavor counteracts the pernicious effects upon the stomach of bad or indigestible food remedies cramps heartburn and wind upon the stomach It is a fine defense agaigst malarial disorders nullifies the effects of excessive heat cold and damp relieves sick headache and is an incomparable euro for costiveness and bilious- Â¬ ness Tho fatiguo of travel often tells most disastrously upon invalids and convalescents occasionally to such an extent as to jeopardize life Persons in feeblo health apprehensive of bad effects from travel will if provided with the Bitters be far less likely to havo their fears realized Â¬ Â¬ lections and returns promptly made MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to col- Â¬ F BYRD ATTORNEY AT LAW OAMPTON KY Will practice In tho Courts of Wolfe and adjoining counties Special attention to collections and furnishing nbstrnct of titles T T STEELE ATTORNEY AT LAW Wrst Liberty Ky Will practice in the counties of Elliott Morgan Magoffin Menefee and Wolfe T F SUTTON REATTYVILLE KY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING made Aad those troubbd with twnrouaaea resulting ton care or orerwork will be relieved by taking has tiade wuk aad crowed red Item oa wwppsr Neuralgic JPersens AGENT SuCollections and remittances promptly Correspondence solicited of all kinds done at office JBfuma Iren Bitters canaia 4 J i wniinu juu DDIVTIlin the Herald inO kUI 5 7 4 jys 3rrCT AMU 35 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimqm wf0fW F er occupations in the groat approaching either reform his party or quit it and conflict accept one embodying the reforms calcu- Â¬ Official Organ of the Tenth Ky The meeting as assembled was one of lated to carry out the principles contem Â¬ Congressional District the first of itfl kind since those held in plated by tho framcrs of the Constitu- Â¬ the early days of the history of the tion The people will not longer submit B F DAVIS of Ezel Editor country when the common people took to be dominated by corrupt party bosses -io whom till communications intended an interest in national affairs Tho peo Â¬ They are thinking for themsolvcs Tor this department should lie addressed ple came to this meeting solid thinking The partisan press of the country has men not politicians and never perhaps advertised with big black head lines and STATE OFFICERS in the history of this country has so numerous sub heads the action of tho T T GAitnxin President Uardwcll large a gathering been pervaded by such meeting as the birth of the now party H F Davis Secretary Ezel unity of sentiment There was absolute Â¬ but it is not It simply provided for ed Â¬ Charles Tack Treasurer Sin ly not a dissenting voice as to the pro ucation on the Ocala platform for co W M Bailey Lecturer Gold City visions of tho platform The only dis operation with the conference to bo held KxiioimvB comuttji cussion seemed to be as to tho time of or Â¬ in February 1892 and if necessary to W R Bhowdeu OlniHteiul ganizing a party It is without a paral Â¬ call a convention to institute the party H C- - Bhown Clinton lel in history that over fourteen hundred in June 1892 T J Doolin Finuhville It is necessary that this be- Â¬ men from different States and sections of fact be recognized and emphasized DISTRICT OFFICERS tho country representing all the differ- Â¬ cause tho partisan press of the South A 1 Ringo Prestdent Rothwell S L Kash Sec Sr Treiis Omer ent forms of political education and be- Â¬ where tho conflict is now very bitter lief should at once and without debate will teem with falsehoods about the capNATIONAL OFFICERS or dissension agree to a short and point- Â¬ ture of the Alliance by a lot of sorehead President L L Polk Washington D C ed platform containing some very decid politicians They will say that a parcel Secy J II Turner ed innovations upon existing laws and of men afflicted with office itch who had Â¬ rNOTIOI3 Hereafter no iiidorsment usages A stronger protest against pres rode every reform movement to death for conditions could not be made tho last twenty years called the meeting of any mans candidney for any political ent oflicc will he published in these ooltiiuiis The platform stands as an embodiment for the purpose of tacking the Alliance until lie shall have paid the fee either to the printer or myself To do ho would he of wisdom and conservatism Every line tail on the kite of their aspirations ami unfairly taking advantage of the publisher breathes the spirit of equal rights to that all Alliance men who advocate the Only indorsements of tanners at farmers meetings inserted in this department under all and special privileges to none It Alliance platform of Ocala belong to a H F Davib any circumstances stands out in strange contrast to political new political party instituted in opposidis- Â¬ Fees for Announcements State Officers platforms which usually are couched in tion to tho Democralic party by flO District 5 County 3 equivocal language intended to conform gruntled Republicans of the North for both sides of all questions There is the purpose of securing negro supremacy Page after page of such nothing equivocal about the platform in the South The Cincinnati Meeting false and vile rot as this will be dinned This meeting and the platform there it is a basis for a campaign of education adopted are now matters of history But and not a cloak for a campaign of prju into the unwilling ears of Alliance men public opinion of the present day seems dice and agitation of sectional hatred of the South in order to drive them from to have a very poor conception of the far such as the professional politicians desire the support of the sub treasury plan and The people reaching importance of the events which The results of the Cincinnati meeting kindred reform measures transpired at Cincinnati last week The are that the reformers of the country care not that a few professional reform- Â¬ daily and weekly press of the country have met in mass meeting and unani ers participated in the call for tho Cinboth partisan and independent which mously agreed that the platform of the cinnati meeting since the meeting was arj not committed to the now movement farmers adopted at Ocala including the attended by the rank and file and its acare either silent editorially or take very sub treasury plan shall be the basis of tion wise The very candor of reformers mperfieial views and comment on detail the great and inevitable reform fight is what makes them subject to be so of- Â¬ or predict results without presenting the which is now on and that they desire to ten called cranky They advocate what true principles involved There are many unite with the farmers and laborers to they believe whether popular or not views which can be presented of the fight under that banner as a peoples po- They are often called fools and cranks never incincere and the causes for the meeting the work of the litical part in 1892 that they indorse but is the only measure ever presented body assembled its methods and the im the platform but do not appropriate it mediate effect and ultimate results of the for political purposes until tho farmers that could harmonize and convert all the action all worthy to challenge the most shall have met in February 1892 and cranks in the country at the first pass But the point to disarm tho partisan careful thought and consideration on the decided what steps they will take to en- Â¬ part of every loyal and true citizen of force it If they decide to enforce it by attack to be made in tho South is that the Ocala platform still belongs to the this country political action then the reformers will It was not an Alliance meeting Those join in their convention and help to in Alliance and the peoples party will not who called it did not desire or intend augurate a party and conduct the cam Â¬ appropriate it for political purposes until that it should be an Alliance meeting paign but should the farmers and labor- the farmers do so in February 1892 The Alliance at its last national sesMon ers decide not to do that then the reform Now therefore if the Democratic or Re at Ocala Florida had provided fora gen- ers will call a national convention not publican party or both shall take an eral conference of all organizations of later than Juno 1 1892 appropriate the equally just position on these questions producers willing to co operate to secure platform andput their ticket in the field then the peoples party will have to find Â¬ political reform to be held in February This is eminently wise and proper It a new reason for launching on the polit Otherwise those parties can 1S02 and agreed that delegates from all can in no way hurt the Alliance work in ical sea have no claim upon their members who such organizations should meet at time the south and must help it in the north They new dispensation upon an equitable basis of representation where having embarked in independent believe in the Â¬ and agree upon a et of demands and up political action it is necessary that they have plenty of time and tin ample oppor on a method for enforcing such demands have the assurance that a national party tunity to forestall it This action was adopted unanimously by representing their views shall surely be ONLY 1300 the Supreme Council at Ocala and the in the field in IS92 The convention To OI1 lolut Comfort and ltrluru detail of putting the plan into execution should not have done more and it could On Tuesday July 21st a special train was referred to the committee on confed- not have done less It neither dictates eration That committee in January last nor suggests to the Alliance It waits will be run to Old Point Comfort from met a like committee from the Knights the time that the Alliance has set to de Lexington under the auspices of the of Labor the National Citizens Alliance cide on what action is best for its mem Main street Christian church Only 1300 for the round trip and and the National Colored Farmers Alli- bers to take to enforce their demands ance and Co operative Union and organ and then proposes in the event that po- special low rates at the Ilygeia Hotel for ized themselves into the confederation ot litical action shall be eschewed to cm those who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this industrial organizations accepting the bark in the new party most desirable Ocala platform with slight modifications The full effects of the action of this will be the cheapest and excursion from Lexington this season and provided for ti thorough expression great convention can only be recognized Tickets good to return until August 8 from the rank and file of the people by as time shall unfold the political history Vir-Â¬ a thorough organization for that purpose of the future Its immediate effect must and holders may stop at any of tho by means of central committeemen na be to strengthen and invigorate the re- ginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular see or address tional State district and county Their form movement and to greatly benefit e action has since been ratified by the Na the Alliance educational work It is no any railroad agent or G W Barney tional Farmers Alliance at Omaha This tice to the political bosses that the meth W H Bob well is perfect as fur as it goes but it did not ods of the past will not longer be tolerat- Â¬ G A DeLono reach a large class of citizens who are as ed and that the paity securing the sup- Â¬ CIIAS L BROWN General Passenger truly devoted to reform but do not be port of the great common people must Agent Lexington Ky hence take sides upon the questions of land long to any industrial organization the necessity for a general conference transportation and liuauce as pointed BIGSTAFF REAR As a largo per cent of the people inter out by The Economist two years ago If ested in reform would not he eligible to the bosses are wise they will heed the ATTORNEYS AT LAW representation in tho February 1812 warning and recoguize the fact that they MT STKKLIKO KY meeting an expression from them was cannot by agitation and the flourish of the eottrlH necessary The meeting in February the party whip longer perpetuate tho Practice incounties and of Montgomery and in the Court of Ap adjoining 1892 will not be an Alliance meeting reign of sectional hate to keep tho peo Â¬ peals and Federal Courts but the membership of the Alliance will ple in hostile camps on issues of the dead be represented in individual citizens for past while they are robbed by laud mo ffOMIIS HOUSE the purpose of agreeing upon a set of na nopoly railway abuses and finaucial KY OAMPTON tional demands and upon the best meth Â¬ manipulation A perusal of the platform 8 S COM US Proprietor od of enforcing them If those delegates in view of the unanimity and readiness The patronage of the traveling nuhlic Is tit that time after a full discussion of with which it was adopted should con respectfully solicited Table thu best and the subject shall decide on independent vince even the politicians that the jieo every attention for the comfort of guests political action the membership of the plo have a proper conception of the evils A T WOOD DAY 1 II Alliance or others who selected and au of the present system of government and WOOD F DAY ATTORNEYS AT LAW thorized the delegates to represent them propose to correct them There are how- Â¬ Office over Exchange Dunk will bo bound by such decision but the ever those prominent in bossing both Maysvllle St Mt Sterling Ky Alliance as an organization will pursue parties who are interested in jierpetuat Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee The ing these evils who would lose their oc Â¬ Wolfe Breathitt Itowaii Mngoflin and Mor its course as now non partisan gan counties ami Nuperlor Court and Court Economist as the national official organ cupation if they were corrected and as a of Appeals of the Alliance opposed tho policy of consequence they in their selfishness 4MMIWltyrtrlatitlnrniti1br John R t ijoooinirojrni ii wcik iur ui iitutr holding the Cincinnati meeting on the would rather see the party destroyed you niny nol tntkt mutlitiul rtn Ittth jrouqukklr how lortm from t le If such succeed 10 dtr tt III would conflict with tho than to see it reformed tail iidiuvi ttyou n ground that it on Huth mh n In injr Iirl cf lAmtrlrt you ctn evmiufnr tt ntin glr projMsed meeting in February 1892 but in dominating both parties they will r muurnti only in inf in your tinner Ik work All It nw Orttt iy blMK f r the course pursued by the meeting has drive from their ranks all true American W tltrt you fumthln Ttry workir L u DepARcmenc rfaftafai No 5 Main fin w Street WINCHESTER KY FURNITURE CARPETS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo have added largely to our stock and now occupy two largo buildings and carry as complete a line of goods as can be found in any city If you havent time to make the trip to our city write and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ cles WALL PAPER China Glass and Ctueensware UNDERTAKING l that we carry Â¬ When you do come down make our store vour quarters J M head- Â¬ THE WINN FURNITURE WM CO KELLY President BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St They nrc operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE STATE east of Louisville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY i kiceh J M KELLY President Oflioe 99 EAST MAIN STREET T UUIl TT JKaTFoundry on K U RAILROAD JfA ejBbDONE at Tin lowest living aviTifffftM JUtJiilHg 2y NEW STORE NEW GOODS Â¬ sub-treasu- Rose Swango Â¬ Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ot Fall fl EVERYTHING REFUNDED Winter Goods c mid the clothing department is chock iull of bargains To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist Â¬ ing of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Â¬ Â¬ Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY Bfc A m m Ctfilvl uej For I6HTHIN6 INIMENT YEAftf i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is FOR MAN OR BEAST PEEDV kVgT AFE URE KrofAVo FR JfeurWffrl Orfp APPL ICATlOfJ tilREf Cn0Ur fts Â¬ RiCHAfWH TAYLMED3 WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Feot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed SThe only remedy that Ik Hold on an abso and to euro lute uuaraiitre and Colic all Pain Iy Dlarrhoa Aches Crumps Senterv eto Iscd internally and exter- The best Liniment in the world Allllll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ofrfrfrfre niiTDViriiiNnt proprietors of the Iuiiioiih Sole proprietors of tho c frfrfrofr reiiowned-ii-- s Â¬ Â¬ O 4t60 Sale iy tSTFou PIUfB FAKKY JLVCFO OO INDIANAPOLIS IND No Price 1B 00 4666 2 CKNTS I For the permanent euro of PuIiim in the Hack and all Unorders of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs Thousands of corv murines ni iiiohu who nave useu una remedy will bo sent on application HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Hl Dnuo Stores and fr0froe44Every Country Stores PHICI 100 vnEREii SB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 71 at Factory V a tt V M- Cain with Order tWI Ik Â¬ Â¬ Wnrruiiiixf Ptrfctlj riM CIo All N foiiil iron lit Hickory mil Mlnx reriYuly llnlnnrol Low Rent Hiat Arms Umv Eimy IMdlnir Oil TcmiKsreJ Spring tj t WhcpU ami nciit All Over IF YOU CANT FIND T1BM FOR BALB BY YOU i A s21SSa WRITS WB c1 1 m 30S J MERCHANT Â¬ vlw M tmftKmSbfa Livery Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY J H PIERATT o been so wise and conservative that in Â¬ stead of conflicting it is destined to prove an actual benefit and supply tho link that will unite the farmers with all oth EASILY rJi ElMXY Ittrnnl ortrythln citizens leaving only tho boodlers to Be- Â¬ VKYX AMtttt tt ni I AIITICULAK 10 IUHTL4IB MAIih fcllkkOK fall of 1892 Tho moan their folly in the is nto is now fairly presented to every FOR THE HERALD candid friend of Ireo institutions to SUBSCRIBE Only 1 year IfiTDouble and Single Turnouts and Sftddlt Horse for hire Farties conveyed to any point on reasonable terms o 0lUtkHt- I will also attend to all a- f tkh kki KftfffcUftft elfc for titietioHetring und Bff imiiwni niiiiiiiiM iyiiiiiiiiMiiiMWMMWiMni I Hazel Green Herald SPENDER COOPER - Editor district comprising tho counties of Floyd JIkc Letcher J Iarlnn Clivy Leslie and HAZEL GREEN KY IViry In convention assembled adopted FltLDAY June 11 1801 llho following resolution condemning tho Wc believe that it is new constitution a measure calculated to nail up rather than open the door to development in this section that the building of rail roads and other permanent development will if this measure is ratified be a ur Kcpublieau thing of tho pint VnjgJT J tlffmmmwrJrmmwKmmmt brethren have sounded tho key note to the situation and in tones that will be echoed and re echoed in every voting IMOIOCltATIU HTATK TILICKT place until the evening of August elec Ior loronior tion day We have taken some pains to JOHN YOUNG HKOWN uncertain tho feeling of the people upon Of Jlcmlorsdii County this sublcct and we believo wo state the For UouliiiiiutfJovornor situation exactly when we say that seven MITOHKLL O ALFOIU tenths of the people of this section are Of Hell County f opposed to the adoption of the new conTor Attorney General stitution They say it builds a Chinese WILLIAM J HENMUUIC wall around Kastern Kentucky strikes a Of Fleming County death blow to development and deprives For Auditor them of the privilege of disposing of LUKE 0 NORM AN their lands to the best advantage because Of Iloone County it prohibits corporations from purchasW iFor TrenNiiror ing When one hears the emphasis with inky s damn tho new which these peoplo say H Of Gruves Count v tho majority against it constitution U easily computed For IUfjMcr f Hi Iinid Oilier GREEN HEKliY SWANOO Wo have heretofore told the people all Of Wolfo County For Superintendent of Public lustruetion about Hon John Younc Drown the distinguished Democratic nominee for ED POKTEK THOMPSON Governor and we take pleasure now iu Of Owen County Â¬ C I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the plittforni of that tj0 JiopbulIcatiH of the Senatorial jirty In oppuHttlon t - r iflllJm Citizens National Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL 17500000 o 1 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS YICE PRESIDENT half A H HAMPTON CASHIER mmmmmfmmWmSm Mill I n II JftgE Yfttiti Ml PMI III IN III II jMFWzT jtt ma mhmUI jmmum r jmrnmrnrnmrnmrnt mmmmm syr For Clerk of Court or Appeals AIUIAM ADDAMS OfllnrrUou County PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS The newsiest most popular cheapest paper iu the mountains Titr HmtAin Amos Cumminga makes crisp newspa per matter but whether ho can make Crisp Speaker of tho House remains to lie seen Â¬ George M Dittoe editor of tho New Â¬ port Ky Journal lias retired from that paper That his fondness for Mary Ann had something to do with ids retirement is tho accepted solution Congressman McCreary is strongly in favor of tho election of President and Vice President and United States Sena tors by direct voto of tho people and so are about seven out of overy ten men whose opinions are asked Â¬ Mr Blaine has got tho W C T U after him and ho will probably find it more troublesomo than tho gout The ladles object to his oflbrts for tho Introduction of American beor and whiskey Into South ami Central America Pennington tho air ship inventor now will mako his first oxtended trip on tho Fourth of July Ho doesnt say whether he will travol by rail or boat so that It Ib fair to assume that he actually exacts to go hi his air ship or walk h Â¬ ays that ho Â¬ w- - No reallygreat movement ever lan- Â¬ guished for any great length of time for lack of a great leader although one might Bupposo to the contrary when considering the performances of some of tho long cared individuals who iu the constant upheavals in this country get a momentary notoriety The great city newspapers are as usual at this season of the year wanting much Himce In telling the farmers how to profit- Â¬ ably run tholr farms As reciprocity is the order of tho day the farmers should devote one of their spare time to tell ing tho editors of the big dailies how to run tholr jmpers The advice in the oue case would be equally as valuable as in the other 1 For years it ha been stated and re- - stated in the columns if presumably well informed newspapers that Sir John Mac- Pouald was the only obstacle to the peaceful annexation of Canada to tho - 1 YTitvr QtA ft 11 t T VT we lshall watch with ntervst the -- in Canada ami the United Slates iu onh r to ascertain how much truth there was in oft repeated assort iuis tke J I- - Senatof Shermans proposed now resi in Washington will not bo built HC until tk Ohio LegMaturo h s decided IHWVII Ilia suecewior Meanwhile the ben- Inn atAr ttlll llavntA IiIj nrnlllli A to tatciug in tUat recently erected Ohio man BftMtor Swihmu ha a good memory ad 1A not forgotten the part otw uid tfMt rkkH iw Washliis ton look ill WtirU tk UW Stcfvtary lll Wlidm fam IH UidldJMit4LSMit t PfO Central Committee Mercer Trimble Green Adair Allen Pendleton Lewis Greenup Lincoln Lawrence Rowan If so you can get something better than dollars from us Powell Lee Laurel Knox Dell Harlan The completion of the K U iC It to Jackson has cut us off and Knott To this list we teel safe to from a wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several add Wolfe if Mr Brown can make it ii convenient to como here as he is under counties Last and left on our hands an immense stock of As will bo seen from the advertisement promise to speak at Hazel Green if he goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do of the Hazel Green Fair Association the can possibly do so so we are determined to make prices do the work prices dato of the exhibition has been changed which will render our patrons happy and make competition to September 20 and the three following Cull for 1reriiict Mooting howl We offer to Country Merchants Extra Inducements days This will give people ample time With the consent of the Chairmen of and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before to prepare their exhibits and besides the the various counties comprising the 34th farmers will be through with their crops Senatorial district a Democratic conven- We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will A novel feature of the coming Fair will tion to nominate a candidate for State duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or bo a combined walk trot and run dis- Â¬ Senator to be voted for at the coming retail East or West North or South up hill or down tance one mile and a half Each horse August election is hereby called to meet We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH at will Iw required to walk flat footed the at Campton Wolfe county Ky on Fribottom bargains as will fill every department New Fresh first half mile trot the second and run day June 26 1891 at 12 oclock m We can astonish you with the third There will also bo a half mile Mass meetings are also hereby ordered Seasonable Choice and Cheap Cheap Tables covered with goods at half prices foot race and the young men will have to be held in eacii voting precinct thro lines of a chance to test their endurance But out the district on Saturday June 20 at A new departure And more than this we will have tho 2f00 catalogues will bo issued from such hour and in such manner as the this ofiicc by the 30th inst and then all county committees may determine Each persons wishing to make exhibits or con- Â¬ precinct will send three delegates to the tend for purses may know just whats County convention to be held at the in sight Court House in eacii county on Monday June 22 to elect delegates to attend the In a recent issue of the Carlisle Mer- - District convention at Campton Commencing Saturday May 30 1891 at 9 a m at which A member of rury Green Keller says Each county will be represented in the every thing goes at reduced prices come and bring your the Constitutional Convention said to us District convention by one delegate for neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary last week iu Frankfort that if the peo eacii electoral vote such county is enti Â¬ ple rejected the new Instrument the tled to in State conventions and one al Â¬ of Rlue Grass for the year we will exchange goods or pay convention would doubtless readopt the ternate delegate for each vote Each cash for livestock You can settle notes or accounts with present constitution with an open clause candidate iu the district convention will the same As the prices we name merely give us a chance If the people were sure this would be be allowed his strength in each voting to get our money out of the oods we cannot afford to credit dono there would be no use for further precinct and county convention Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live discussion The radical changes proÂ¬ John Goff stock and school claims taken in exchange c shall open posed by the new constitution cause Cumu 34th Sen DisU a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings many people to hesitate before accepting and Miss Lula Day which will be fullv stocked with Fine Drinoerutla Mi Mottling it It will tako the courts twenty five Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper veais to construe the new law and as the people are always conservative they are the Democratic Committee of the 34th Carpets and Oil Cloths School Rooks and Supplies Pictures slow to adopt articles that will require Senatorial District the Democrats of and Frames etc etc everything to he submitted to the Wolfe county will meet in Mass Conven- Â¬ Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and tion at their respective voting places in courts Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select from each voting precinct in Wolfe county on Capt Sam Gaines of the Maysvillo ou can get as fine and stylish Milfinery and Dresses here Saturday June 20 1SU1 at 2 oclock v Commonweal thus gently admonishes M The county committeeman of each as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours i the Greenup Gazette the editor of which precinct will lie chairman of said conven Â¬ is the Republican nominee for Register tion if present if not they will organ- Â¬ The Greenup Ga of the Land Oliicc ize by electing a chairman and secretary zetto is informed that Hen Green B aud when organized they will by a fair the Democratic nominee for Swon count and standing vote take the vote Ijml 0ffi ft farmer f of all Democrat present for State Senamid a memltcr of the Alliance His tor The chairman will state the name majority will Ik sufficient to satisfy our of each candidate before the people ask Â¬ Republican contemporary that its appro- - ing their endorsement After the vote heusions as to the make up of the lemo- - Is taken they will elect three delegates Quite cratie ticket were unfounded from each precinct to attend a delegate right vou are bam except that our can county convention to meet at the Court r SHORT HAND TYPE WRITINO didate is not an Alliance member PENMANSHIP KiWJffiJWTO House in Campton ou Monday June 22 business colleoe south west In every- n svmpaihy with the farmer 1S91 to elect delegates to represent miner third aflo jefferson streets iquisvuie ky cata106ue free K county in the 34th Senatorial dis Wolfe trict convention on the 20th day of June A Novr FkIIh Mm1 MnouiMiKK the only permanent cure 1S91 The chairman and secretary will for all forms of headache aud neuralgia certify to tho County committee the relieves tho imla in from 15 to 20 mln- - number of votes cast at each precinct j wtM For sale on podlive guarantee at meeting for each candidate MT Joscth O Lykism orwut potiaUt by ITmk IIkmald or Mo Mrel Climn Dew Co Com wall ou wctipt 01 price ov corn a box 57 Â¬ giving space to what Col Thomas M Green of Maysville says in tho Cincin- Â¬ nati Commercial Gazette about Mrs When I knew Drown which follows Mrs John Young Drown thirty yearn ago she was one of tho most Hlrikingly beautiful women l ever saw of slight and willowy person the step of a queen an exquisite complexion eyes of a color as uncertain as they wero certainly beShe was a Miss Dixon and wildering sho is a lineal descendant of Powhatan the father of the very pet of nature her- Â¬ self the ilower of her tribe tho gentle and guileless Pocahontas Mrs Drown has three daughter that havo inherited her characteristics of mind and person and their reign at Frankfort will add lustre to tho social annals of the execu tive mansion Â¬ 11 11 IMall mmr jELfSl mt flm III IllflSi ng lBipSil b l JHfft -- nr lujfftj Ijliln g 1 I mTm IkvI itSlSB H I rmimfmVjamm w - fvmi itkw k m tit ui mawm limjtii ayig tJigiHftn immwm THI c ijrtwti LWW- P - J W POYNTER ASST CASHIER iW IkJCim p4V j 5 EZ t lJnSfcriBIB5ffiCirBMjHft fimml mm HMlrTllr iMrBilHPgnt1 Has anijIe facilities for doing a general lianking business So- Â¬ licits deponits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention tonli business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its cus tomers the most liberal accotn- modations consistent with cor rect banking business Â¬ Â¬ Tho Sentinel Democrat learns that Hon John Young Drown will speak in the following counties The order of his addresses will be named by the State Do You lare ileed Money Â¬ Â¬ Anction Replarly Every Satnrfla Â¬ d TT WAIT CO Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY vi miJ Oydf7A790 4 Â¬ 1 oc TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS STERLING KY f2SZ28ft 2Z8 TvrrV -- wtYt T wnuancciaMiiMi Hazel Queen Herald lamer circulation in Wolfo Morgan and llrcathltt than nil other paper in the State unil incrchniitx in Ml Sterling Win If it it A GRAND ENTERPRISE ehcKtcr Lexington LoiiNvillc mill Cinciii llllll will lillll it 111 K 1IHKT MKIUIM tlllOIIll which to Hcuuru Mouiitiiiii Trade ADVKItTlSIXU KATES MtlCllt Insertion 60 ll 1 tnoiitliK will be 7o cent mi inch for the llrnl iiiMcrtinu ami Ui cents an inch for nidi suit Advertisement TltANKIKNT inserted tor les tliati All TltANMHNT ADVKKTIHINO PAID IN ADVANCK MtW 7 J 1 KTANIUNd ADVKItTIHKM KNTH inch 1J IllOlttllM illcllOM iucllCH lJ ol 15 Ml I fi i Liberal rates on larger ndvcrtisciiieiitM made known on application Obituaries tributes of ic qicct ele c a line Count six words to the line ami send money with the niaiitiscripl We will write obituaries ami publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed anions reading matter 10 cents n line with a dis count of 2r per cent where they run a month or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited ami published 1KKK ftdHlfIK KO It KKdUIAIt AlVKUTIKIN lAYAlllK HJAItTKUIY ON DKMAND inches inches inches ix 7r 22 Uu 2i 00 Address SIKWKR COOlKIt Mael Jreeii Ky ANNOUNCOI HNT We are authorized to announce iKOIKSK W IMtAKK as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe Comity subject to action of the Dem Â¬ ocratic party We are authorized to announce WTRDKN CONOLKTON ns it candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action ot the Democratic party JAMKS K IIOIIKUTH of Lee county is a candidate for the State Senate in this the IMth Senatorial district subject to the acÂ¬ tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN S 1IAHG1S of Jackson as a candidate for State Senator from this the Mth Senatorial district subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We arc authorized to announce JOHN P WI3LLS of Paintsvillc Johnson county as a candidate tor Senator from this the 31th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN I ATKINSON of Powell county as a candi date for State Senator from the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party A J MNGOj cx Sheritl of Mencfee county ami President of the Farmers and Laborers Union for the Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky is a candidate for State Senator in the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ilnxil Orecn N Noon to Have a Holler 11111 Tlittt Will Mnlut Ilour ittnl to TinDlnde Aiiyulierc There is a move nu font in nstuldMi I a lirst dass roller mill at thU nl Hhoulfl the effort prove a Hiicee rt it will 1h the grandest enterprise ever innngti- rated in the mountaiiiH Hread is the stall of life and all people need it to lean upon They would grow exceeding lean for lack of it and the bettor it is the more substantial the support The nearer home you can buy the material to make it the cheaper it becomes and cheap bread insures an easy living for the poor as well as the rich Hut while this is true it also benefits the farmer greatly With an Al roller mill at this place farmers would find a market for every grain of wheat raised and at good prices and being able to market it at home they would raise much more than they do Buyer and seller would bo alike benefitted and the money be kept at home Herein lies the secret of the success of any section county commu nity or town As long as we must send away for our best bread stuff just so long are we enriching those who add nothing to our prosperity and the sooner that money is left at home the better for tho people Every farmer should have some stock in the new roller mill for fa will pay a dividend like a diamond mine A meeting will be held on Saturday June 27 at 8 oclock P M in this town and a company be organized Let the farm ers of the surrounding country be sure to - lst i Â¬ attend lluzel Grttii Academy The entertainments to be given at the Academy on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of next week promise to be of appointment as private detective for the K U railroad he has become a terror to the evil doers not only along tho line but elsewhere Last week he succeeded in running down and captuiing John Fletcher who is charged with altering brands on saw logs in this county and who escaped jail here about three months ago Ho now languishes in Castle Stam per and awaits the action of circuit court in his case He also captured Will Lucas who is charged with burning raiload trestles in Lee county He has his examining trial at Bcattyville today Ho arrested W L Delozierat Lexington who tried to raise funds to go to Canada to see his relatives I sup Â¬ pose by stealing a check and forging another on the Clay City National Bank He is now engaged in the pleasant pas Â¬ time of playing checkers with his noso in the Stanton jail He pulled Will Gabbard who a short time since tried to kill everybody on tho passenger train near Ivy Patch and now awaits the action of the grand jury in his case This makes eleven arrests made by Mr Drake during the Iat month and 1 presume hewill do better than this when he gets his hand in Boys I say again look out Cainpton Lodge No 191 F L U elected tho following officers last Satur day Douglas Evans President Jonas Vansant Vice President W B DuT Â¬ Any scholars takii g first and second hon ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar ship each in Kentucky Uuiveroity A free hcholandiip in tho Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following mountain counties vlr Itrenhitt Clav K1- won riiijii unriaii Miiiuson Miott mm Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magollln Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell and llowaii provided such in range incuts have been made for the competitive examination by the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and the annli- Cainpton Currency cant theretor shall bear a certificate from George Drake was here Saturday and the examiner that he has obtained the high Sunday visiting his family Since his est mark attained upon the examination in his county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ State Teachers Association The next meeting rf tlio Stnto Tench cm association will lc liold at Hender son Juno 2 i 25 ami 20 From present indications it will he the largest meeting in yciu- - II- - T Young Hrown will lolivor lllu address of welcome and Hon VoniT Thompson our next Stato Pitcndcnt of Public Instruction will make an address on J he PreM as an Educational Factor Hon Win T Harris U S Commissioner of Education and the foremost living philosopher of America will deliver an address on Psyeology for Teachers and this alone will bo worth a visit to IfendorHon The programme is an unusually full one and the sessions will ho crowded with inter Â¬ esting exercises All tlo railroads of fcjtato will sell tickets at one faro for the the round trip and the people of Hen Â¬ derson will look after tho comfort of all who attend The President Prof C II Dietrich of Hopkinsvillo has spared no pains to make perfect all arrangements and a good meeting is in prospect Every teacher should attend Programmes can le obtained by addressing the Sec- Â¬ retary II H Carothers Louisyillo 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS 1801 Â¬ 1802 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School VIKST TKHM lirxiINH 7 1801 We wish to notify tho citizens of Wolfe and adjoining counties that we Imvo rented Carding Machine THE CARDING MACHINE CAMPTON at Camptou MONDAY SEPTEMBER Bates of Tuition per Month 100 Ky for this season We arts putting the macliino In good order and will bo ready for carding by MondrtV May 18th isi i We have employed Junior AJjfwn ccr who bus formerly run tho iiiRetalMMM we guarantee satisfaction The prHNviH be tho fcnnio as they have hceH PhHIm coming from a distnnco will bo aeNnW dated If possible with their carding toWM homo with them We solicit the fW3fe 7 of the public ReHpootftilly fitt Payable one half on entering School the other at middle of term lltKi BCHOIiAItSIIIIS 150 and 200 Â¬ POTTS BAILEY Who Killed yyiiMMOiMifl But as to who is soiling tho cheapostgoods in Hazel Green is easily told Â¬ Is a question hard to answor Â¬ HFP1ERATT5C0 got them aro closing out If Low Prices are what you want wo have Â¬ A letter from St Helens is unavoida Â¬ bly crowded out of this issue Dr Taulbee was Tuesday called to see Hune McNabb his wife and wifes sister on Chapel Branch W L Jordan and P K Phillips were registered at the Day House for several days last week and this unusual interest On Tuesday night the pupils will give a public entertainment consisting of recitations dialogues tableaux a society paper The Sky Scraper songs Ac OnAVednesday night tho following young men and women will produce the standard drama The Victims of the Misses Lou la Bottle or Social Glass and Maggie Kash and Ida Swantro Messrs J It DeHusk W L Day J M Swango S B Kash J P and J B Lit- Â¬ tle All should hear this drama and welcome these amateurs An admission fee of 10 cents will be charged for each person on Tuesday and Wednesday nights respectively and the proceeds be used for the school On Thursday at 9 a m tho closing exercises of the session will be held All are invited to be present at each We are arranging to build a Dormltorv that will accommodate JO boarders and wifl have it ready for occupancy by tlio opening of school There will not be anv more trouble about too high board The cost of board will he the lowest possible We will bo prepared to do better work next session than ever before Dnring the summer the school will be supplied with maps charts globes etc etc on cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with tho tide of education Our pu pils are our best advertisement We refer you to ilirin Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East ern Kentucky free from many of ills oi railway towns and those of more popula tion no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and iullti enees for good are thrown around them All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIOAKDINH WfiWl I Wo aro going to sell Wo have got prices to suit hard times All wo ask is to give us a call CO II F PIERATT P S All outstanding notes i - WM May 8 1801 H CORD P1UNCIPAL and accounts must bo settled at once or you will pay cost 13f3m CO P GUS MEYER WITH WMKERRG00 JOUUKHS IN 0 ASSOCIATION Hardware Agricultural Implimmts OLIVKIl CHILLED PLOWS CHAMPION REAPERS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS Nob 110 of these meetings 112 Second Street Mrs J J Anderson of Magoffin Oly IRONTON OHIO Miss Mary Davies class will furnish county is at the Day House under treat- Â¬ the instrumental music Treasurer J A Williams Secretary H 1 TYLKB JOHN H HOSB ment of Dr J A Taulbee H N Horton Lecturer J B Hollon 1 A UramI Excursion Assistant Lecturer James Tolson Otir better J desires to return thanks We are in receipt of an invitation to H Madden Doorkeeper HAZEL GREEN KY to Mrs Floyd Day and Mrs W T Cas the Twenty sixth Annual Excursion and Ben Cauuill Assistant Doorkeeper Dr key respectively for special favors Re union of the 1niisville Bryant J H Stamper Chaplain Stratum Business College Last Friday Rev R M Lce of this Wanted At this office two or three The pop til arty of this institution in the place receiver a telegram from Brooks good hams 15 to J 5 pounds each for of Louisville is evidenced by tho ville Ky his former homo stating that AND which the market price in cash will be city of the largest steamers to his aged father had on that day fallen fact that three paid from a tree and was instantly killed be had are chartered for tho occasion and Bro Lee and wife left for Brooksville O The case against Barnes charged with will make two trips each to accommodate next morning to attend the funeral We carry a Htock of Iron and Wagon Ma the murder of Kelly Day was continued the patrons of the college The propri This worthy couple have the heartfelt terialH of nil kimlH and give Hpeeiul atten to the next term of the Menefee circuit etors of the college are always on tho sympathy of the- entire community in Hon to Horse Nhoein distress court alert to advance the best interest of their their Ill IMnV1i 1 BB H J R Sharp Hruee Trimble T 0 Denton The brick work of tlio new jail at this in pleasure and profit Rosa the youngest child of Walter patrons both place is completed ami the roof is now SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON Their graduates occupy good positions being put on Crockett Coldiron and wife has fever in all parts of tho country Tom Tiiumii Dr Taulbee is attending it and it is now June 10 MT STERLING KY better A llevy of lleuuty Will Ho There Have now a complete lino of President Polks Iolley W L Jordan representing Greene Mr Robinson of the Messenger tho These words of President Polk of tho Clothing Hats Boots Shoos Co Louisville gives a 10 National Fanners Alliance are at this new paper to bo published at West Lib- HuHakor and Gents Furnishing Goods Wo are not making erty was here Tuesday and paid our special premium to be awarded to tho time suggestive handsomest unmarried lady between 15 war on any political party but simply Wo solicit an inspection of office a call and 18 years of ago attending our Fair teaching the people how to get relief as our goods and guarantee prk Dr Taulbee last week purchased of That a bevy of beauties not equaled on laid down in our platform And for cos satisfactory and articles as Unci Jack Wells a very handsome little earth will contend for it is a certainty several months to como President Polk Competition Open to the World saddle marc Rose Richland and chal and the winner is forowarned that Mr recommonded will take a hand personally in teach- Â¬ lenges the world for a racking race Jordan reserves the right to take her ing the people Thero are to bo largo DINGFELDEIl buggy riding around the track in tho mass meetings held in forty States this Henry L Jodsey and Carl Mizo are WITH summer besides a corps of speakers are home from Centre College Danville and handsomest rig on the ground Over 10 and under to bo kept constantly at work addressing Jimmie Swango from Kentucky Univer Theyve Got thn Old ltellnble 15 years of age 25 Cents small meetings in isolated communities hity Lexington to spend their vacation Bobinson tho gentlemen Caraway who are soon to launch the Messenger Whatever the outcome this certainly Over 15 years 35 Cents Importers and Jobbers of Messrs Quisiuberry and McChord of upon Morgan countys billowy bosom looks like business Clark county arc visiting in this vicinity Holla uf lootry purchased our old reliable hand press and breathing the pure mountain air DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS The in nil eati plow and how and reap week and Mr Caraway came over last Uncle Jack Wells of Pendleton county alMo I ecu ana wiiear tlie Hiieep Ana Catalogues giving pre Â¬ Friday to cary away the press not for Hut it taken the woman mad or Lrinning is also here miums in full will bo ready Noh 687 f39 and Ml- getting however to bring along an ox To keep the house and do the hjiiiiiiIiil And to keep her temper uIwayM Kuanicd for distribution Juno 20 bear the burden Dr Taulbee was a few days since call team to and Have the rolN ulie npiiiH nicely carded MVeat Main Strwt ed to sot tho collar Iwne of Willie Cox And we are anxloim to KatiKlyyou may ho had by addressing ltit On Your Jtrxt Hlh ami Tucker LOUISVILLE KY That our machine Nuch work will do on Blackwater which had been broken On Saturday morning at 9 oclock W G LACY Wo hnvo completed tho recent im eight days before and successfully per- Â¬ Dress yourself up in your very best Jrook provomcntH in our mills and our wool SALARY t2C PER WEEK Secretary Wantkdj Good Aokntb to bell ouk Take a stroll to the store ot J T Day formed tho operation carding machinery Iiuk been thoroughly Gknkuai line op mcrchandisr No Where the Hazel Green hand will make repaired nnd in in fine working order ABOVK HA LAKY WILL BK IKDIILINU music so jjay Wo Johnny Shockey the eight year old and in giving perfect HatUfnction PA II TO FOK KUX MVK AOKNT8 fcarlcMf and hold aro carding for 7 cents per pound or for stepson of Harlan Wilson formerly of And Jolly John Picratt For Booth privileges THKK INFOHMATION AIHIKKWU A trial will witinfy you of gold tho orio tifth Hazel Green but now living on Frozen Will sell you goods cheap tor silver or CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO our claims Respectfully dress M ROSE 178 W Van Huron St OmoAao in Breathitt county died one day last Wantotl Company Izvh Mill President week after an illness of ten months Ezel Morgan Co Ky A thoroughly qualified school teacher of experience to teach school in Hazel Notice The declamatory contest for tho gold Green district Wolfe county Ky Pays Printed in the bent utyle All who know theinBclveH to lie in Address aim hi lowest rates at this medal awarded by the Cecropian Society about sixty dollars per month debted to tho 0 W I M for tuition in ottice Send us your order of Kentucky University Lexington will either of the undersigned Writing Paper Envelope Poiu Ink Hazel Green Academy will pleano call Ac N Day Chairman F Ac for mIo at this oflice take place at Hazel Green Academy on and arrange account beforo tho 30th Note Paper only 10e a jHlre CallLadleus IflR PfllHTINC G B Butlkr mi on d t W I Cokp Principal Monday night next int when you need stationery J A TAlfLHEE llKXALU Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct Friday Oct 2 TYLER STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND ASH A 8PKCIALTY MOWER8 ROSE WACON MAKING - Â¬ 9 xjt RsQagsqraBL Â¬ ADMISSION I JM ROBINSON C0 Â¬ Ir J III A SVATIOKBSY HORSE BILLS J Tllk kii vt r T2 - 1L Ml H Lfc- - Hazel Geeen Hebald SFJENOER COOPER - Friday HAZEL GREEN - Juno Henry Unrtin the Century a short titnu nffo htiunpcd ns It wus with grout sue nnd loft as it has tin Impcrlsli Editor cesses tihlo murk uxn the page of history is much like the enrcur of n great lawyer KY whose powers and nbllltlos have con 19 1891 tributed largely to build up the body of laws we call government yet the linger can jMiint to no one great controlling uet his was the rounded whole Â¬ DRESS IN DURMAH Tho Women Wind TIm iiucIvca tn a Htrlp of KfpRAiit Mlk READ AND BE CONVINCED No Que3s Work About Dr Dyos Bolts and Appliances Thoy do Their Work Thoroughly and Woll KMIHATIC INIMSIlJTAHIi LlVIIMINCt g ywsSSfftrJTrSVK n RAILWAY KENTUCKY CENTRAL IIIUK OICASM llOUTK HIS FIRST ELEPHANT An American traveling in Kurope last summer wandered aimlessly into an in closuro at Cork wheroa traveling menagerie chanced to be exhibiting a collection of animals among which was BENJAMIN FJKANKLIN a ponderous Indian elephant a cage of chattering monkeys und a few other Sketoh of tho Public Life of tho living curiosities Great Amorioan There was nothing unusual about the show In fact it was rather a poor ex- Â¬ rhlloopher Hclontlitt Author nut Patrl hibition Ono man in tho throng however attracted the gentlemans atten- Â¬ tic Abovo Every Thing How He Qj tion and he paused a moment to observe Wan Honored Iloth at B -- IL Hm I h jT Itit SinrOiin for Hut Flrnt Time nud Could Not InilcrMiiiitl tlw Two TnlU In Ilurmah tho poorer classes usually wear but ono garment consisting of a slnglu piece of colored cotton cloth about a yard and a half wide and of such a length that it can be wound around tho chest or waifit and fall to the feet The women bind this strip of cloth tightly around the bust under the arms leaving the shoulders and neck bare and the opening folds of the dress are at the front Tho barefooted beau- - W7577SXyZA77iXi7 SHOUTEoT AND QUICKEST KOUTK FROM OHNTKAL KENTUCKY TO A 11 lOISTH Â¬ Homo anil Abroad him Benjamin Franklin tho anniversary of whoso birth occurs on tho 17th of January was one of tho representative American men of his time and one whose memory deserves to be honored by tho people of the United States His career was remarkable and proves that merit will win its way under adverse circumstances when supported by ener Â¬ gy nnd judgment Franklin was born nt Hoston January 17 1700 His father was an intelli- Â¬ gent and devout chandler of English birth He was the fifteenth of a fa mil of seventeen children To keep him from going to sea ho was apprenticed to liis brother James a printer and by much reading careful and assiduous writing together with the unassisted study of mathematics he acquired such knowledge and facility in writing that he ventured to print his Jhoughts upon public nlTairs in his brotners newspa Â¬ per tho Now England Courant The discovery of their authorship led to a quarrel between the brothers In 1723 he broke his indentures and ran away first to New York and thence to Philadelphia where he found employment ns a journeyman printer Ho visited England in 1725 20 After his return to Philadelphia he married 1730 established tho Pennsylvania Gazette and soon found himself a ior son of tho first consideration not only in Philadelphia but throughout the provinces for his talents as a writer and his judgment in public and private affairs Ho established tho Philadelphia Library In 174 aud tho American Philo- Â¬ Â¬ The man was a typical nandy Andy from the country district who had never visited a city before nor seen any thing more extraordinary in the shape of a quadruped than his own pet pig and the domestic animals of his landlord He paused with wonderment before the elephant eying it with suspicion and keeping at a respectful distance as he surveyed the beast At Inst his nat Â¬ ive curiosity got tho better of him Uncovering his head and pulling nt his shaggy forelock he said In a whisper of awe tempered with respect but In the richest Irish brogue imaginable I We publish the following letters from persons 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 year 1891 and are from poisons afilicted with various diseases These letters do nut constitute more than one tenth of the letters of similar import received by us during the month of April We publish these let- Â¬ ters merely as a saiunle of the letters of recommendation and praise that we are daily receiving from dillerent parts of the country Since our biiMiiess was 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 Appliances several years ago which is the very best evidence of their lasting qualities and permanent worth and since which time we have made some valuable improve Â¬ ments If you doubt the genuineness of these letters just write to any one of them enclosing stamped envelope for reply and you will be convinced NOUTir EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI Uay SciiEDULi in Eitect May 10 1891 No No u Accoin No 1 Daily Daily Daily South ISounp Kx press Fat KxSiin Iiiifiiiiniti Ii 8 10 am 8 00 pin i oopm 8 I Sam 8 08 inn 1 Hi pin CoviiiLton Ar 11 IS am 10 23 pin i 10pm Paris V2 lOnn 11 00 pin 7 00 pm Lexington Je histor Itifhnioiul LiviiiMoii Oirhiii WiiK Paris Ar 115 lOnn 1 it II lilam 05 pin 1 pin 7 W pm 7 Upin 1 50 pm pin 7 oripm 7 fVipm lopm MililhlprUili VOLTAIC BELT CO Marshall Mich ltiiiciisu r Staiilbtd NOKTH iinihf rlaiul tap Corhiii Ie WilliiinistinrL Ullicti Ar Ikirlmionri Ie Ar tLOpm I I Iiin fiOpii lrpm fJPpin No 2 Daily No 1 No i kipnty nisrASK ltoiNI Express Stanford Lancaster Ihilmioml Dailv 7 OOiiiuJ Dailv Kx Sun i w v ft BENJAMIN FRANKLIN an phat might that bo Shure the two eyes av me nivver rested on the likes o that before or since The gentleman explained that the animal was an elephant nnd a harmless beast and to illustrate the point approached tho creature and reached forth his hand containing a bit of something palatable which the animal convejod to his mouth with his trunk Tho Irishman somewhat reassured at the action still lingered before tho elephant inclosure gazing at the curi ous anatomy and jonderous bulk of the animal The latter not understanding the fixed stnre of the man and anxious for another bit of food reached out his sinuous trunk and inserting it into the Irishmans pocket drew forth a huge plug of tobacco and swallowed it with the same equanimity that he had tho candies and other delicacies Pat did not relish losing his tobacco Ah ye haythen thief he remarked shaking his clinched fist at the elephant Then in high dudgeon he turned on his heel with the intention of visiting tho cage of chattering monkeys and other curiosities Scarcely had ho turned when the elephant whose palate revolted at the taste of the noxious weed swung his trunk and catching tho man across the shoulders sent him sprawling upon the ground The blow following tho theft of the tobacco infuriated the man nnd spring- Â¬ ing to his feet he cried in a rage And yez would be afther sthrlking mo ye thaving murtherlng lump o Satans blackness Ill pay yez well for the dis Â¬ honor of a blow ye misbeshapen brute and if I could till which end yer tail was N Y on now Id punch yer snoot Herald UNTARALLKLKD CRUELTY Â¬ A IlimMAII BELLE I eophical Society and University of Philadelphia in 1744 carried on his famous investigations into the naturo of light ning 1740 V3 and still later resumed them and for his papers on tho subject ho was elected F It S In 1775 and re- Â¬ ceived tho Copley gold medal In 1753 ho was made Postmaster-Genera- l of tho colonies and several times served efficiently as commissioner to tho mother country und to the various colonies From St An Â¬ drews Oxford nnd Edinburgh ho re- Â¬ Ho did his ceived tho degree of LL I best to prevent tho revolutionary war by trying to avert the injustice which Â¬ Â¬ WAW Hit ties have from infancy been taught to walk in such a way that they naturally kick the dress inward with the heels as they go along and thus avoid any ex- Â¬ posure of person The higher classes of women have a short silk or cotton sacquo which covers the shoulders and arms and the better class wear the brightest of silks Some of tho ladies dresses consisting of this single strip of silk cost hundreds of dollars and some of the tine silks of the world are mtule in Ilurmah The men are as gorgeous in their costumes as tho women Their gowns are wound about the waist and tied In a big knot at the front Most Mns Kati Davis men wear a bright handkerchief tied around the head and Inside of this is VAKICOCKLK put up their long hair Hoth classes Summit Point W Va April IS 1SD1 wear their hair long and ear rings or This is to certify That I have been afilicted with varicocele for several years and that I have worn for a few months IN CAP AND GOWN one of Dr Dyes Voltaic Belts with Sus which Belt and Costume Selected by Medlrnl Students pensory attachment for Commencement KxerrUen Suspensory I purchased of the Voltaic The members of tho graduating class Belt Co of Marshall Mich This is to of 1S90 of the Womens Medical College certify also that I have been entirely who will celebrate their commencement cured of varicocele and greatly benefitexercises in May next have according ted in everyway by the wearing of the to the Philadelphia Press been waging above mentioned Appliances I give it bitter war among themselves for some as being my opinion that it is absolutely time past as to whether a distinctive necessary for oue afilicted with varico- Â¬ uniform should bo worn at the exer Â¬ cele to wear Dr Dyes Voltaic Belt aud even if he is cises or not They have been equally Suspensory Appliances divided on the subject till within the taking other treatment Given under my hand this IStli day of past few days but at last the yeas have tho graduates will receive their April A D 1S91 it aud William A Prick diplomas while clad in a gown of black which will bo further distinguished by NERVOUS DEBILITY PREMATURE the regulation square Oxford College DECAY ETC cap Fairchild Wis April 30 1891 The minority favor the wearing of Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich plain evening dress but their opinion is Gentlemen Seven years ago I bought a Belt and Suspensoryattachmeut of you for nervous debility premature decay and kindred troubles and it gave such universal satisfaction I thought I must have another as the old ono has become somewhat dilapidated Please send me pamphlet with price list at once as I do y not now remember your prices and the w9 pamphlet you sent me at the time I can not find Please find stamp enclosed for immediate reply I remain your obe dient servant E Ckall Â¬ No 228 North 13th Sritnirr Tiitni Hautk Ini April 15 1891 J Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Kind Sirs My husband wore your Voltaic Belt for one year and lias 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 it oil and before wearing your Belt his kidneys were badly diseased and he suf- Â¬ fered excruciating pain nearly all the time for several months and tin doctors could not relieve him hut your Belt soon relieved him of pain and gradually strengthened his kidneys until he was entirely well and he now enjoys the very best of health He had a friend of liis to try your Belt and it cured him also I have a friend in Effingham 111 who wants one of your Belts lie a ked me to write for one of your pamphlets so kindly send your pamphlet to P C Davis Lflinghani III by return mail as lie wants a Belt right away Very respectfully yours Ie Ar e 7 f0aim 10 15 am Jelliro Corhin Williamslniri nnilM Gap Ie Ar 8 SiiOainj loam Ie MillUslnmiili - s Corbin Livingston Livingston llieliinonil V dam Wintlitstcr Lexington ParLs Ar Le Le Ar r s - -i G iris ilVf Ai Covington Cincinnati W L S It Ar 7 7 7 Main 10 40am 10 55 nm 11 15am 05am 55 am 1 40 pm Ijiiiii 2 V3 pm 00nni L 00 pm i C 0 58 am 0 LVmiiii 11 05 am Ma m 2 45 tiii 5 40 pm 5 50 pm I 45 25 G 57 0 45 pm pm pm pm Mvnsov Trav Pas5 Agt Ciiieinnati Ohio Tratlic Manager Knott General OtHces Louisville Ky Ciiiciiinuti No 2 Division No 1 C P Jen Atmokk Pas Agt S V B Moksk Asst Gen Pass Agt OfhYe Chamber of Commerce Building Ohio Will cinnati Daily to all points excent Bow land eh is daily except Sumlnv Buns daily from exingtou to in Â¬ ington Nos 2 and G make connections nt Win chester for points on the N N M V K D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Middleshorottgh and Cumberland Gap aud all intermediate stations and runs Buns daily Buns daily from all stations ex cept the Bowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and LexNo 2 No 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ daily J P ROGERS WITH JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN Manufacturers aud Jobbers of CO qHtw BiiiMs S Um Â¬ iru- It - SjL mwrffi ml S3tsi Ah Gathering autumn leaves I see Miss Wane Yes I gather them every year Ah What a largo collection you must ha vol Jury Her Tender Point A stylishly dressed woman was re- Â¬ cently brought before a New York City magistrate on a charge of stealing rib- Â¬ bons In a store Tho chief clerk had observed her talking freely with hor counsel and was puzzled because sho looked at him blankly when ho asked her name and residence and replied Sho is with a shake of her bond and French oxpluinod tho lawyer Put It doesnt understand English Tho clerk down Mario Latoucho frowned Incredulously What ago is ho asked sho Twenty two re- Â¬ plied tho lawyor Then tho clerks oyes twinkled as ho said softly Thirty MNo twonty twol snapped tho two Umph said tho clork fair prisoner You can speak English if you dont N Y Ledger understand it WOONSOCKET LOSS OV VITALITY AND NERVOUS DEBIL ITY Â¬ RUBBER AGENCY Oakville Louisa County Iowa April 10 1891 J Â¬ If SKNJAMIN FRANKLINS SIGNATURE Â¬ caused It prooured tho repeal of tho stamp act 17U and ever warmly sustained colonlnl rights In 1775 ho was chosen to Congress and in 1770 was one of the signers of tho Declaration of in Â¬ dependence havlug also been ono of the committee to draft that instru Â¬ ment Ho was 1770 85 employed iivthe diplomatic service of tho United States chiefly in Purls where his influence in bohalf of his country was pow Â¬ erful and whore his simplicity dignity and wisdom mado him highly popular Ilo was president of tho Pennsylvania Supremo Council in effect Governor of tho Stato 1785 89 In 1787 ho was ono of the delegates to tho convention which draw up tho United States Constitution This truly great man aud disinterested patriot died April 17 1700 Of the writings of Franklin tho Busybody a series of admirable papers somewhat after the manner of the Spectator and the incomplete Autobiography are tho best known but hU poiltleal anti slavery financial fTlfed Mieatifio papers are all 3 - It The famous Poor Rich a Amu aft b twblUnaU from 171W to im In youth he ytm an avowed oepik la religious Matter but in laer Je treated Um OiHetkui mUciou wMh Â¬ Mm i rerereaee e - mm At tke MMauerade Mrs links to her luisband who has been flirting with her all the evening Oh my how I fooled you You hadnt an idea I was your wife Mr Itlnks No I hadnt Yh were weoee Oherlee o confoundedly agreeable Jury Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Gentlemen Pleuso find enclosed monNO 103 WEST PEARL STREET ey order for 20 in payment of balance on Belt and Suspensory Appliance I CINCINNATI O have worn tho same for ninety days and it has done me a great deal of good I outweighed by that of the majority feel that I am completely and permawho well know tho effect which the nently cured I shall recommend vour dress thoy have decided on will produce Belts and Appliances to all of my afilict 5 ed friends and acquaintances Yours topped oft as It Is by the jaunty eap Tho uniform when completed will with great respect Wm Racer consist of a long gown of black which EHI will reach the floor but not trail angel loss of manhood sleeves and a yoke around tho neck Powersvhlk Ky April 29 1891 which will closely resemblo tho frilled Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich collars which were so much in vogue Gentlemen After a three months trii1 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth of your Voltaic Belt and Suspensory Ap Tho Oxford or mortar board cap will pliance I am able to recommcndit to be sot jauntily on tho back of tho head auy of my friends nnd I shall do all in Pons different patterns la Cn Nickel IMated Irtel while the hair will bo allowed to haug my power to induce others to try its virwjnt pout ptuu on receipt ot iu ywi tues I believe that I am permanently down tho back M4- Tho devotees of this scheme claim cured of a disease of three vears stand PERRY c CO London that the uniform will give a distinctive ing namely loss of manhood for which U S wmce 810 Brodl New York appearance to tho graduating class please accept grateful thanks I inclose erSnlil at TliR Hkhalp ollice nt 10c a which it has never beforo possessed and a list of names of men afilicted with dis purcnns dozen or 7ft n cross their arguments have won many of tho eases which your Belt and Appliances pome If you would make Call nnd easy writing class to their way of thinking who were will cure Hoping that other men who at first antagonistic to tho idea The may suffer from tho loss of vitality and faculty of tho college are opposed to tho manhood as I have suffered will avail uniform but say that they will lot the themselves of your Voltaic Belt and An pliancca and bo cured is tho wish of your decision rest entirely with tho class sincere friend PROCEEDINGS Will French Â¬ Â¬ T srjsRv ww Â¬ FA 5CXW STEEL PENS mWMm J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Not S BKUlue Doctor do you believe in this lymph Jrllluatrted pamphlet containing cure for consumption full particulars mailed in sealed envel Â¬ Id rather not express an opinion be Â¬ ope to any adores fore the Inventor ie Koch sure of it k VOLTAIC BELT CO klm-lf-Pu- MarshMll Mick um n AinA ii modern Minder fast Job press nn ubiiiidnnce of tyr nun superior workmen we ure neuci v- pared to print Institute Propcedinj w any nmcc in Eastern Kentucky i iein e w m us your order SlKNCKU COOPhR jvj liifrs v 4I1VU Vlflt titfw- J irsii iiisi rii iiiiri lip jJA v WWWKBWWMHtKP pMT Tf x r- t J- - V W-V wu fin MfWMgiiliifiiypHi ft Sketch of the Life of J K Qulckmill lltihN For Correspondents Writo only news itemsof general inter Â¬ Jonathan Ernatus Quick all the grnndfathcr of our subject camo from est and aim to have them fresh and reli- Â¬ Franco during the eighteenth century able Get all the news and condense it Ho in as fc words as possible nnd settled neur Richmond Va Give the widow Mre Sarah fullest details in tho caso of a serious ac- Â¬ married a young i Yearling exhibition 239H 619 A 224 80S record 229 Richards nee Clark of Maryland This cident murder or suicide record 222 Write the name of your post office and third heat K fourth heat Out of the dam Of Black Cloud 217 h union wan blecd with nine children Trial Oct 9 1880 223K 220 tire out oftheUrtm 6rWIIsbn72il6r James state trial 217 nix Bona and three daughter 3 Write your moat important nows items edIll uck horse 15 hands at inches high foal- Bay horse 15 hands i- - 2 the third son and father of the subject Bay horse foaled March 31 1684 Ktdat June 15 1883 Bred Ashland Park 3 inches high foal v m Lshlaad Park sketch was born in Rockingham first of this Sired by BANKER 4144 ft ed May 3 1878 The Be careful to spell all proper names Own brother to Lysander sire of Lysander county Va March 3 1811 Sired by ABDALLAH WEST M handsomest son of Watt 224 William Kearney Hoy 220 When quite a young man he with his correctly and write every letter in them Sire of Wllkia 227 his great siro and Lysander Chief 164tf 260 father removed to Tazewell county Va plainly First dam rattle Patohen trial 238grnndum the haudsomest of VI a Tn lam f TilanV fMourHil L vrenu otin of Chestnut Wilkes 229 by Mambrino You may describe usually severe lowhore ho was united in matrimany with any trotting bred by rilot Walker pacer Pntchen sire of the dams of Guy Wilkes horse in the United Matilda daughter of Jeromiah Clay cal storms but in no other case should 215K A8tral218 Rosa Wllkcs218W ElSecond dam the Cluke pacing mare States and Irish ex- Â¬ you speak of tho weather vira 218J4rCleora 2rl8irHonri 217 aud poole Sho was of English 29 others in the 230 list NOTB Abdallah West 2583 by Alie In giving personals dont mention Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Blood traction From this marriage there were Sind by Giorji Wilkis 222 West 1st dam Miss Coons dan of Wflso j and Hawk sire of dam of Alraont 227 born four children three Bona and one visits among neighbors or to persons in 2i0 by Clark Chiof 2d dam Ohio by Alcy Wilkes 226 Quicksall the same part of the county unless they Tho eldest J E Sire of Harry Wilkes 213K Guy Wilkes American Clayr 3d dam brought from Ohio daughter Third diun Pattie by Downing Vermont Wil and represented to be by Browns Bcllfemt 215K Mike Wilkes pacer 215 sire of the dam of Enigma 225 Mambrino the subject of our sketch was born near are tended by some accident or some othSo 217Ji Wilcox pacer der Abdallah West died at six yean old son 210K 8o Bruce 240 M sire of Kit Curry 218ft Bell Cedar Bluff Tazewell county Va De Â¬ er unusual event Bosa Wilkes 218 Wilton 3I9X Ho was the most promising colt ever bred 216 Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of BonJoe Bunker 219 Flora Wilkes pacer Dont puff anybodys business unless ner Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel cember 6 1884 almost in obscurity His West Cloud Is a rich mahogany bay IS 2 19 Tom Rogers 220 etc Nelly L hands 2 inches with black laane ahtl tall Col Bradshaw 220 224 being afflicted with whjte swelling it is paid for as an advertisement Where father and black legs extending above knees and Gambctta 226 The King 229Ji 223 bone swelling was never ablo to labor such puffs plcaso one reader they offend hocks He is a powerfully built horse for Outlaw 2295 Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson much on the farm he was also a minis several others Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet bin height and has the most finished set of He is a beautiful black with right hind A V Pantllnd feet and legs its possible to get on a horso sire of Loretta F 218 State facts only not gossip or opinions er of the gospel in the Baptist church ankle white stands 154 hands high and is he gave Lady M 223 of any breed As a Truro pacer 222 220 n perfect horse all over having both bone therefore facilities for an education were and state them in short sentences Leontinc 223 Brookside Flora 229 and evidence of being possessed of remarkable Cyclouc speed as with little handling he trotted a the dams of ThornlesR 218 Be careful as possible to writo nothing and substance combined with the form and very limited However being quick to finish characteristic of the cross ho so well 223 Granby 225 Graceful 225 and half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work grasp an idea and always on tho alert to that would give offense to any one Dont represents viz Uambletouian sire and Mamin 249 At three years Old he Vns not Hamletta 229 trained owing to a very severe attack of catch something interesting he acquired speak of your enemies at all unless you brino Patchcn dam This crow standi as the very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 2r2G Cap pink ce Ho also done no work on the the first principles of an English educa- can speak kindly of them tain Clay Driftwood nnd grandam oi Mar- track as r four y car old As a fivc ycarold demonstrated its value Of its many repre Â¬ Number the pages of your manuscript sentatives uot one is the superior of Bermulowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire he was Jogged and trained lightly more for tion Before he had attained his major- Â¬ of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook- the purpose of ascertaining if he was entire- Â¬ da for not one has demonstrated the same ity his parents were called away His dont number the items write only on ability to train on from year to year begin ly recovered than with a view of testing his etc er sire of Maud Macey 217 speed In a few months he trotted a full mother was taken September 8 1802 one side of the paper and sign your name ning in the yearling form none arc better Third dam the dam of 8ofe that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 This season bred or better looking He and his father on August 4 1854 Blanche 225 by imp Yorkshire sire 1890 he Rervcd a few marcrf of my own and Ilnzel Green Academy Asa sire he is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black was not put to work until September and was then left to right the battle of life colts being foaled in 1889 now yearlings It is gratifying to all friends of educa- Â¬ Judged at this age no stallion ever sired Cloud 217 his improvement wan most remarkable He alone for years tion and lovers of truth to know that more uniform natural gaited colts with speed repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am December 6 1856 to dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced he will with a seasons train- Â¬ Fourth He was married the efficient management of W H Cord unprecedented He will stand for mures sire of Prince 227K ten miles in 2808 ing trot in 220 I will Jet him serve 20 marcs Mis Aunio Henry daughter of Lewis has won the love of the sisterhood of the season ol 1891 at 8200 TO INSURE the season of 1891 outside 100 nt the ten of money to be paid as follows The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the SBO THE SEASONofmoney my own at of Morgan county Ky her Henry Sr due at time State With large hearted liberality it time of service and the other 100 when the reach of all and lower than that of any of service or before removal of mare The father having Been dead two years This is proposed to erect immediately at a mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return mares parties wishing marriage has been blessed with twelve cost of 2000 a dormitory to accommo- Â¬ hide better book their nlares to breed to him curly mare in 1892 should she not get in foal had SEASON SIOO children seven sons and five daughters date the increasing attendance of pupils not Mares bred by the trotters nnd in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly nine of whom are yet living June 4 Appeals for specified amounts have gone for gale high bred coltsseasonfillies provingproducing dams by o greater number of prominent sires than anyfinished in tho land havp farm out of For and 1891 Jas L Quicksall of Waco Tex-a- to the various congregations We have wile at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see n I awtmvlAu Vu TDCiflV AnMonrl DL being the oldest living J E Quick Â¬ reason to believe that the auxiliaries of catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept at rogtilur rates Di Ji lil nUT ASHiallfl lilK LvXlliglUnt Mi sall has been and is yet a hard working the C W B M will respond without de- Â¬ practical farmer and a hard student By lay Official Directory of Wolfe County close application he has acquired a good The ladies do not predoom this work knowledge of men and books He was a by With saying It cant be done private in the Confederate army for them CIRCUIT COURT there is neither can nor cant With three and a half years under Cerro Gor- Â¬ a living loving faith they enlist to con- Â¬ II J Lilly JihIkc Mct ta hocond Mon thly in January and July do Williams with Humphrey Marshall M arks obtained and all PatWhatever may be said of the ed quer Caveats and Trad o 1 Mum Coinnioiiweiiltlis Attorney Ho is now in his mountain campaign business ucational institutions projected by breth Â¬ ent Our Offlce contacted Tor Moderate Fees J N Vaughn Trustee of Jury Fuml Is OppotMe U S Patent Office W V Klkins Clrk of Circuit ami Com almost 58 years old and is able to carry ren it is apparent that the sisters do not and we can reenre patent In Ices time than those remote from Washington mon Pleas Court He more lead than most young men Send model drawing or photo with descripintend to cramp the efliciency or curtail J F Vansnnt Deputy Clerk free advise If lost his property during tho war and has the fruit of an institution by refusing it tion WeOur fee not patentable or notsecuredof flllafilftH H S B MH charge Jaaa due till patent is COMMON PLEAS COURT A PamBhlet had a hard row generally When the F ample encouragement God speed these How to Obtain Iatents with names ofactnal clients In your State county or S II Patrick Judge Meets 2nd Monday C U organized Jas L Quicksall A true helpers in every good work Apos- Â¬ town eent free Address In Fehmiiry and August sent from Texas to Eastern Ketucky tolic Guide was A T Conihri Master ComniisHloner he was the first man to espouse the cause OspesKt Patent Met Watfcbifton D C COUNTY COURT Omeii Ky June 1 1891 of labor and it being the first organiza 8 M Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in Bro B F Davis Sir Having been tion he was elected President of the each mouth Quarterly Court Tuesday after elected correspondent of Toms Branch Monday in March June September nnd Pine Grove Alliance in Morgan county December This combined vouna stallion will make by acclamation which office he now holds Union I will write a short communica Joseph C LykiiiH County Attorney the season of 1801 at our stables iu Hazel SfaV four times since tion and ask you to have it published in and has been re elected Jumei llollon Court Clerk Green Ky nnd will serve mares at TEN rMCNIAiFRUW C Hank Sheriff 10 TO IN8URE A LIVING DOLLAItS emu- Mr Quicksall has never been ambitious your department of TheHekald We crMryfrtr Jv T F Stamper Jailer COLT money due when the marc foals in seeking office always held the doc- Â¬ are in lino and good working order and H N llorton School Superintendent with n lieu on the colt until the money ia J F Pelfrey Cormier paid or if the marc is parted with or bred trine that the office should seek the man send greeting to all the sister lodges V 0 W Crewcy Assessor to another horse the tnonuy is then due When the State Alliance was organized throughout this and adjacent counties G II Lacy Surveyor offer a word of encourage- Â¬ i A pamphlet of Information and ib l June 6 1888 he was chosen President by We want to Dbkouiitiun and Pkoiqkkk tractor me iawanowimi mow ioa JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Ezel Morgan ment to all Alliance members and to all Again at acclamation Obtain patents caveata Trade GOLD DII8T is fl yeart old tho -- 8tli day i Marti District No 1 S P Murphy Wednesday ixpriBM tent jru county Kentucky August 27 29 he was good people in sympathy with our cause viidw BMW PHI OUil after 2nd Monday in March June Septem of May 18U1 10 hands high a beautiful 381 rWK7 ber and December A II Laudruio Iriday chestnut with stnr and white hind feet chosen without a dissenting voice Pres Â¬ and our efforts for the emancipation of Hew YrK beautiful after 3rd Monday in March June Septetn- - and action mane and tail His power1 style ident of the State Alliance of Kentucky those whose rights haye been infringed arc unsurpassed He was sired ueceinuer ocraiiu by Senator Hlnckburn he by Dillard Dud- Â¬ and has discharged his official duties I want to say to all members bo stead District No 2 A FJohnson Thursday ley he by John Dillard the grandslru of HtnbtndoorWlllMOfwoTfc with such fidelity that his people have fast aud follow the farmers industrial Eric McCIoud p booonblr tr 2nd Monday June Septem Phil nllWiir ldlrmooDor cldtnd In Ihirr afteraud December in J MarchVent Saturday and Thompson record 216better than 225 well as through W tlibr Nick with records HI II become greatly attached to him as an of- Â¬ movement through evil as ber I cwnlx do work Ety lo Imiii His dum wiu sired by the Phillips horse on llllwirK7llfAnr ficer He has also been twice elected by good report Are you not gratfied with WWraUhTr7tUnrW en tOrt ro it HorUk loartndttou after 3rd Monday in March June September sire of lllue Jeans he by Gen Taylor Acthe tnoaMaitorallyourtlmtto tbowork TbltUtn and December Eyery thing in mo Â¬ yrsrrxrnw Also nt the same Blabfes will be found the unanimous voice as delegate to the Na- Â¬ our late conquests nllnljr lidn J brtar woadtrftil ucM lo ttf wvi kf tro unlng from 9 t II Duff Friday aflcr elegantly bred young trotting stallion District No tion from the Sandy Vally almost to the Hrlcmn aftrs lluU titxrtnc Wo ton furnUband upwtd ora nd mora tional bodies Ho is thoroughly imbued i lot Full 2nd Monday in March June September okKR boiling nlnTmrnl and tu rasa ra ve Noinaroto iicim bM eu ifUIn UIU December L M Brown 4th Mondayand with the principles of labor organiza Â¬ Rocky Mountains and to the iu Only a few short waves of the gulf March June September and December tions and especially agricultural DO YOU WANT TO SAVE He is au energetic earnest untiring months will pass till this will bo the District No 4 P It Legg Saturday aft Â¬ worker in tho cause and few men under- greatest labor organization over in the FROM 25 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY er 2nd Monday in March June September DOLLXR YOU SPEND If bo wiutk and December Isaiah Spencer Tuesday who will serve a limited number of approved stand better the needs of the agricultural continent or perhaps in the planet 4th Monday for our Illustrated Oataloouk afterand December in March June Septem mares at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT A M Carpenter ber classes or the laws that should govern containing illustrations and pricks on the same terms as above He is a strict con- Correspondent of Tom Branch Uniou our organizations District No 5 Preston llollon 3rd Mon of everyth1no manufactured in day Description and pKbioRK in March June September and DecemmAnufactur the United States struction State rights Democrat and is a Consumption Cured ber David Hanks Friday after 1st Monday 10000 illustrations ekb iriceh POST HOY JR was sired by Post Boy consistent member of the M E Church An old physician retired from prac-Â¬ line8 represented oatalooue iu March June September and December record 213 ho by Magic sire of Clemmle He was elected Vice President tice having had placed in his hands by mailed free on application South District No J S S Itose Tuesday after G 215 Alice Stoner 224 Mystery 220 A nnnrfig of the consolidated Wheel and Alliance an East India missionary the formula of 3rd Monday iu March June September and Ac dam Mollie Emery sired by Strath more sire of Satita Cutis or F anil L U of Kentucky was also a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO December M K OHalr Saturday after 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 217 Tucker SituU 211 1st Monday iu March June September and No 178 West Van Burks St colon 2 10 Sister V 218 elected Delegate to tho Kentucky Con- Â¬ and permanent cure of Consumption Hummer 219 December CHICAGO ILL Charles Derby 220 Faustina 226 Bon stitutional Convention in tho fall of 90 Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all lllatebernr22lKpBl District No 7 Kilns Shockcy Wednes nie Vilmorc222 and faithfully discharged his duty in Throat and Lung Affections also a posi Â¬ - a number of others in the 230 list POST 3rd Monday in AK l A T ntelrlj InMlUfandmitf U trUf day afterami December March June Sep- HOY JR In a beautiful chestnut with no nt pra eltfcr temner It u nose -- uu tMth onjr He is known to be a faith- Â¬ tive and radical euro for Nervous Debil- Â¬ that body marks 0 years old May 16th 1891 15 Iff i lalraf tlonw UlTkionnoi BoMoro o Monday in March June September and De- 3 Inches high and gives proiaUe of hands ful worker in whatever position he is ity and all Nervous Complaints after rk lBclailrieulv cember being m Thro Law lo Ytwrlatholrowa oulilMwkmrth win altofimUh heard from In the future awoiig trdttejs placed having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ lk ollwtion M aploTiaralal wkltk you llloItire Ihit unoual ton District No 8 J M Ilurton Thursday Any one who is familiar with Sldners Pott No mono fr 1kt Elljriadqikkl Utt on wrk from ers in thousands of cases has felt it his laraod dtoirlnanutltMiulM ak sHurkl of tootttv I aner arti Monday in MHrcn June eptem Hoy wilt readily recognise Post Hoy Jr Kentucky Valrn featalrtauffcl tnd Movldtd wHk mttal a lorn Vaneleave Tues And lost but not least will be found at duty to make it known to his suffering Mabir who art mikloj urr SUMO taar oath lit N KW her and December Wiu IIMarch Hazel Green Sept 294 days ad MIl7nlirtllrMKK AddrrMatoaoa day after 2nd Monday June Sep the same stables the well known and highly motive and a tt V A -- EM Mom a Aattt J avfaM fellows Actuated by this Shelbyville July 154 days lemncrauu iiccemner- appreciated jack desire to relieve human Buffering I will 22 5 days Eminence July SEITZ CAMPTON POLICE COURT WITH cnd freo of charge to all who desire it days Harrodsburg July Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third this recipe in German French or EngÂ¬ Columbia August 4 1 days Monday In each mouth J P Hall Marshal WHOIK8AMC days lish with full directions for preparing Danville August HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT KMHMMMMMMMKMM 1 days by mail by addrewing and using Sent Oampbellsville August 11 D 8 Godsey Judge Court Friday after who will serve mares at 10 TO INSURE with stamp naming this paper W A Nicholasville August 114 days A8HLAND KY 3rd Monday in March Juno September aud A LIVING COLT on same terms as above Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester described This jack has no superior as a Sharpsburg August 11 5 days December J W Howerton Marshal good breeder MAUPIN 4vl N Y Iebanon August 184 days SuAU care will be taken to prevent ac Â¬ WITH LEE CITY POLICE COURT cidents but we will not be reaponaible Maysville August 185 days A Never railing Remedy J T A F JAY Clay Host Marshal There is no record should they occur Meciuimine the only permaneut euro days Springfield August of who is Police Judge nor when court ia headache and neuralgia WHOLESALE DRY GOODS for all forma of Lexington August 25 5 days NOTIONS ROOTS SHOES Ac held relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ Bardstown Sept 1 4 days CATLETTSnunO KY fctlly aatihtr ushHh anurHtll urfortby Aa torn v44oo days utes For sale on positive guarantee at Aurilu Bowling Green Sept work fur n i f a l Otkf rdo4noMH Wkjr office or sent postpaid by CHARLEY QUISENBERRY The Herald Paris Sept 1 5 days your wninnnwnit WITH waw P Mk YtaiUtwkB4Hra 25FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE mail on receipt of price 50 cenU a box Cynthiana Sept 1 1 days a-h ffor a lO i honu wbtrtttr tvt ara K IA I mhi at oaatty aanlaa rVoaa M Elizabethtown Sept 8 i days 60 for I rORTHKBLOOD Wittawroakow iaJyl r oHf I aad Mart Caa watk ta MH Weakens Malaria ladkntfea m4 lTAHf 100 for S6 Winchester Sept 8 5 daya v orainat na nfUHMjmiiai tfKdawVaat KEWirllur hihiii awaac Ifcoa Horse Cave Sept 154 days MT Doflt wait until tHty are all 4 waa4tul rnlf aSn rVaa qutJkly ror sale y all II cure H LEXINGTON KY lUNeMACa yl8ly etlia M mtmm but com ami tkM Mnrt Glasgow Sept 234 days Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA four-year-old 5874 two-year-o- ld ld FAYETTE WILKES WEST CLOUD - five-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ j9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ ifa-l- CASNOWCO WfC Â¬ Â¬ P i GOLD DUST 00Oaao0OOl ageatoieeteii lt Â¬ Â¬ IlwlllB lltl Â¬ in ta th a lprtk 3W f Post Boy Jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Â¬ Â¬ all 1 1 3000 1 Â¬ 285 45 WJ Thos Henderson A Son D H CARPENTER HeIMIflttMHm4M4M John Morgan HB 254 16 Old Papers gt W Louis Gils Straus a-- c- LEADING CLOTHIERS r Ilpflv ir o al - - - - Friday 0 it jr V 3 tempt that una been madotq coilplphi ftihititttOipjiy you the nioncjffrr a now ft Hilbscrfber to Tilii ItlnnAuV The muIkI name with tlio crookedness of thoKoy- SPEWOER COOPER Editor soribcra from Huh place arc s1owhut jntQiio National bank of Philadelphia puro Xiw Hiikald ty hot an agriculMr Harrison can Hcarcely bo accused HAZEL GREEN KY a help of partisanship in the appointment of tural paper but a good friend and Juno 19 1891 to the farmer and we want to say to its tho justices of tho private laud claim many readers if they will let no volun- Â¬ court as he Jibh appointed three Repub teer potato vines grow they will never lieans and two Democrats The chief haye potato bugs to fight cut all the justice is Joseph 11 Reed of Iowa and volunteer vines down as fant as they get the associate justices Wilbur F Stone of Colorado H 0 SIukk of Kansas T Jhr6ulftho ground Try it timLJffcutirnnf iv r v iron C Fuller of North Carolina and W W dr cki Hboy Murry of Tennessee Tho U S attor Â¬ neys are M G Reynolds of Missouri WlNOlEHS JunejO i SttVaS 40 kJK and L W Colby of Nebraska HjJfe f fZSnZ27Zl2ZIZ2l2JZZSi rfwrssyrsjr7rsj w Y5J w Â¬ IfeiiMiWi nVqpwfl WKOMISAIK AND RRTAII UKAIKRS IN m HART -- m fAVi 1V -- fc AND asINTERIOR BtGMATIW CINCINNATI UR WASHINGTON LETTER 7 No 32 West Fourth Street f il BH I IP-- k rv li I fcv- wv Tak Notluu W H MEARA President All persons knowing themselves indebt O G MITCHELL Secretary Mr llarrisou might well have cried ed to G B Swamro must make settle His accounts have been R Saylngfe and Doings of tho Citizens suvo mo from my friends when the ment at once placed in my hands for collection and V iSS2SrJS5S7S7S557S7S7AXirX bXZfSTSZlXuSSjjSZ negro ex Congressnian J M Langston when r Neighboring Counties it in I call upon those owing him I got himself interviewed for the purpose shall expect them to settle If they do Ajj nmrd nndSeeii Uornlrt CorrnApou of saying that tho main issue of tho next not I will warrant them and they can then pay debt and costs I will take any donU mill Iltiditljr Written up for I campaign would be the Force bill kind v1 Our Army of Homier and that Mr Harrison would bo the fully of stock at good prices Respect- Â¬ U but earnestly yours The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have just completed ar- Â¬ strongest living advocate of that measure rangements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school ClIARLKY SWANOO tf books adopted by the State Ronnl of Education at the following reduced rates MORGAN and more of tho same sort It is only 15 McGufleys Small Primer W Ravs New First Arithmetic necessary for Mr Harrison to endorse Second Arithmetic 8MJ Revised Primer White Onk WUlin 17 this position to kill himself as dead as if Third Arithmetic 50 Eclectic Speller v Injustice to those that are already Key to same 17 50 First Render ho had never existed The Democratic i o High Arithmetic Mubscribora to your paper at tills place 85 Second Reader li national committeo would probably pay 42 75 kev to same Third Reader and by way of inducing others to do ii WINCHESTER KY McGufleys 1st Eclectic Geography 50 oo Fourth Render Langston to keep it up on this line as i likewise I will try by your approval 1 10 75 id Eclectic ueogrupliy Fifth Reader i it 1 30 3d Eclectic Geography 85 Sixth to keep up a correspondence from here they are just hankering to make the N II WITIIEKSPOON President It D HUKTfiit Cashier The above school book nublications of t ic American Rook Company are well known Force bill one of the issues of the and thereby aid in the wider circulation standards and we shall at all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school oilicers the prices named Other school books published by 6f tho best paper in Eastern Kentucky campaign Capital 20OOO0OQ teachers or pupils ut Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied ut correspondingly the American low prices The State department has placed a Paid up Rook Company 137 for pn vory hand wo see the great need CO Hazel Green Ky J T DAY Surplus 6000000 Â¬ of tho education df tho masses in things special train at tho disposal of the diplo- This Hank solicits the accounts of matic corps and yesterday morning all ts farmers traders and business men essontial As this place has never been of the countries whoso representatives generally throughout Eastern Kentucky represented before by a correspondent in and offers its customers evory facility and Jill your paper I would therefore say in the happened to be in town were figuratively lln uiuat IIIwe miI itiiih wuiiin mo inn us oi inc put aboard a Pullman and started for legitimate iibanking octl8ly inception of my lotter that it iB a place LEXINGTON KY 12 Chicago where they will bo shown what of considerable antiquity being located Sterling National Bank A Model in tho beautiful valley of the Licking has been done towards tho great exposi Â¬ Mt tion SEATING CAPACITY It is expected that this visit will 71 miles from the county seat and alMT STERLING KY Fresh Oysters at all seasons Rlue Points Saddle Rocks New York Counts and though not incorporated we have a vil be productive of much good Mobile Counts Director General Davis of the Worlds Jagoof about 150 inhabitants within the CENTS REGULAR MEALS Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season always on hand radiusof ono mile There arc two first Fair was here this week consulting with The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the rpcent additions is class dry goods stores two blacksmith department officials as to the Governa Miller Improved Range the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at tachments two large broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook nliops a good school building with 120 ment exhibition and perfecting arrange ments for sending a commission abroad LEWIS APPEItSipisY anything from a half a beef to a tid hit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind iu pupils in tho district one physician a resident Kentucky justice ojf- the peace and a constable for the purpose of interesting foreign A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all nov21ly H R PRENCH Cashier manufacturers and merchants in the ex Â¬ Tftero iiralw a splendid church house position He says success is already as- Â¬ Mountain business is respectfully solicited by the Christian church which with the assurance that we will treat every sured u mo nonor ot being the first Christian customer fairly NEW- If it be true that Hon Chas E Mitch- Â¬ HENRY MATLOCK church organized in Eastern Kentucky WITH ell Commissioner of Patents will shortly JPJganized by Rov- - John Raccoon itH ia 1832 with soven members It retire as is generally believed here the CO MCMILLAN HAZEN MT STERLING KY MT STERLING KY now has a largo number of communi- Â¬ poor inventors of the country will lose a WHOLESALE cants This was also the home of the good friend as he has just shown by Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 changing tho rules of practice so as to late lamented ex Congressman W P Surplus 40QOO Taulbce whose handsome residence is make it impossible for examiners in the J fG BIGSTAFF President Vice L KIRKPATRICK President patent office to reject applications that now occupied by his widow and orphans W W THOMSON Cashier Wm Mitchell Chas M Grurhs bo granted and then afterwards o There is also a large organization of tho ought to President Cashier KNOXVILLE TENN We respectfully solicit the business of mer V L U at this placo who need liter- Â¬ as patent attorneys get a fee from the chants farmers traders and business men The ature in their interest and wo hope they same applicant for getting through what generally throughout Hastern Kentucky A vidual largest capital and surplusiuand indi deposits than any bank this sec will avail themselves of the benefits of should have properly gone through on general banking business done Hive us a tiou of the State 38Thc above goods are handled by 1 T its merits in the first place The new chance to send you a bank book nay your CO Hazel Green Ky DAY The Hkkald the official organ for the you wuen in need rule prohibits any person who has been cnecKS ana loanW Wmoney Thompson Cash 10th Congressional district S SON employed in the patent office appearing The principal attraction now in town as agent or attorney in any case upon Successors to J A Laii Co is tho now sign of Dr Kashs in orna which he has taken any action while so 74 E Main Strkkt LKXINGTON KY mental print with tho open sesame of employed and is commended by every Wholesale Dealers in M D upon it to allure the unsuspecting one except the mon it is intended to hit publio to we know not what Straight Kentucky Whiskies tho ex examiners now practising as 1J Hoping to do better next time but attorneys Wines Brandies for tho present you may place the names c Before leaving on a speaking tour of AND of five new subscribers on tho list for the North and West Senator Poller callFINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY this office ed at tho White House to pay his respects CIGARS AND TOBACCO G B Allen Ed Vest H B May nrid to Mr Harrison He had an interview Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Nos 134 138 RACE STREET D B May have all gone to Mt Sterling with Mr Daniels editor of the State Tarr and Old Taylor CINCINNATI 0 Chronicle of Raleigh N C that has with sheep for that market The teWKMMhos been teaching a been much commented upon xt Peoples party said Senator Peffer will class inhabiting for tho past twoweelc8 THE KRUSE BAHLMAW most assuredly nominate a national tick- Â¬ KjS s et next year and if we gather our forces SSicknes8plenty and doctors uiore so as well all over tho country as we did in Juno 15 AT THIS OFFICE Byiiox Kansas wo can easily elect a President Clocks ana Congress in 1802 Weit Liberty 1VIpa NOTEHEADS COMPAWY is it not better said Mr Daniels Jack Arnett is the nominee sure KELLAM LETTERHEADS FRED riTii enough and John Gardner bears it all for Alliance men in the South to re U IB and 17 West Pearl Street BILLHEADS like a little man and says if ho had been main in tho Democratic party in order M S STATEMENTS CINCINNATI O tho nomineo liko Jack ho would have to prevent the domination of the nero SALE BILLS Wo do not care anything about that had ajiard road to travel Harmony we want to destroy replied the Senator MINUTES should exist in tho Democratic camp or O PORTSMOUTH aplBly auThe wholesale trade of Kastern Ken both old parties unless they will help us thoy may havo more Rico than they wish tuoky is respectfully solicited Any and everything at the lowest pricea BENNETT Six or soven pistol shots were fired on It is not a part of our programme to tamWITH --THE Main street last Saturday night Of per with either We can not concern CO Exchange Bank of Kentucky oursolves with hucIi matters It is time course no bno will bo held accountable JORRKRS OP as the trustees have failed to notify that that sectionalism ceased and thero is MT STERLING KY only one way to effect it It is time for Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods huqIi is a violation Something should AND UMIRELLAS tho people who aro tired of this policy bo doue 82 N Paint St PIIILLICOTIIK O CAPITAL of political ostracism whether we live Thero is quite a stir in some school in tho North South East or West to AY HOUSE districts over trustee election which join hands in Wo have more Hazel Green business than HAKRL GltKKK KY friendship and make a jnakes tho Bounty superintendents office union that is worth maintaining and Mrs LOU IUY Proprietress any other bank and want to increase it Notions fluitejaborious -- JWpn will tkewnuigfo which will not have to bo pinned togeth Â¬ This limine bus been recently relittetl ami Send us your account and we will treat Wholesale Dry Goods rehirnisheilmul tho table is nt all times sup ceasVr i er with bayonets Let us nationalize plied with the bnt in the market Rates you well reasonable Sample room attached aud upo 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street rTufnerTMrr AnifTfirheF anil tho people Wo dont need any Force cinl rates to commercial men PatroniiKO Is B J PETERS Pkesidknt Mrs Cap Bomnr and ran accompanied bills Wo dont need any standing army respectfully solicited aOlv JOHN Q WINN Casuiku UNCINNATI 0 South Side Cla Wade AVolnack home last Saturday to seo that the people vote right What AMES P FANT from Mt Sterling we need most in this direction is to see J WITHTHK OLP RFLTAIILR i 1 Tjk Hkkamus now tho mot popular that the Union is restored as well in fact Hat House of WS Dickinson Co paper that comes to this office for push a in name by going among the Southern Cor Pearl Vine CINCINNATI and brains aro at tliQtlwid1 See 1tJH people black and white and doing all Invites nil of his mountain friends aud es TIiIb is to notify all who havo not vet S T V that we can and as friends of peace and pecially the merohnnts to give him u call their taxes that I or one of my diputies piitd will good government to assUuUwhen when iu the city JL call upon them niinedlately to collect and iffm Oapt I hope they will give u evor they need auy no trouble iih I and HWP1 ttrfmuo last Friday 7 CLARKE have been very patient ing their relations anioiffttkfwsrtvts n Especially do I appeal to those who are behind on old tax yrrry Emte a just and honorable WKcowlijilitiig I am compelled to IibyoUw moncvtumcet ny obligations ami IpivohU notlwlrtlia WhjUwh MImUbm their interests aud- not taps of jy rsows thosseowJiix mo may hutlo around aud cot GooilVwibig BrQ Coppr glad to living in pthor parts of Do ifot flelny In this mat MP AT OVCK 037 West Mnin Stroqt mwt ymj no tor for I must havo tho money liars - Postmaster General Wartamaker has Nos 74 and 7C Main Street Very o One to dt nund Jwi a th sympathy of everybody iu the at- C HANKYS W C Jl2tw CINCINNATI 0 1 X EASTERN KENTUCKY Washington Juno 14 18U1 0 J - CIEAFE1 SGIOOI BOOKS THE WINCHESTER BANK inert-hun- 1 1a West Short Street Restaurant in Almost Every Feature I60 Â¬ Capital Â¬ - 100000 25 Surplus 16550 Â¬ - 9Pd GUS LUIGAHT Proprietor Traders Deposit Bank FARMERS BANK Capital 3250000 BOOTS AND SHOES Â¬ R STRADER eze ky MARKS BROS MARKS lt Â¬ FitiiWiiuceou ok7 Watches Jewelry FRUOTM W HARDWARE I Â¬ TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers Â¬ JH YANKIE D SEIP GOWMAlFINj 10000000 V WC vUkWRidro l Â¬ GROSSMAN Tax Payers SCHLEUTKBR CO TJieary Ju15 assiHoajtft el - tUk frarf tutrjr Ii Saddlery and Harness olld LOUISVtLLE C t jt