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HWwH3KfMff SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbTing at His Back Sloo A YEAR - Always In Advuno -- - - r - - - SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 25 1891 STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN A NUMBER 14 NO PAY 5jrYOUR Expire ANNIHILATION WEEK PRICES GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF o o OF o- - s- - A Louisville man is trying to start a cloak factory in Danville A bunch of bluegrass fifty seven inch Â¬ es long is reported from Nelson county Tjik Presbyterians of Winchester will establish a female college at that place CLOTHING touisaqus PRICE CUT IN TWO AT o- - Henky P Hikes a prominent citizen of Bowling Green has been stricken with paralysis J H Hijack has been nominated for the legislature by the Simpson county Republicans The Farmers Alliance of Fleming county has nominated John D Hinton for the legislature N Mark Vinn is the Democratic candidate for representative in Floyd Knott and Letcher counties A fire department has been organized at Richmond Charles Jacobs is captain and the company has n drill once n week The new Franklin woolen mills at Frankfort were destroyed by lire last week Loss 30000 insurance 15000 READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 The Western Kentucky papers report fine rains in that section but no damage Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents to the wheat crop which is unusually Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 large JZ Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 In Franklin county Farmer Charles Jenkins was instantly killed by a trap which he was preparing for chicken BOYS DEPARTMENT Air goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar thieves Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents The Democrats of Fleming county have nominated R K Hart of Poplar Plains for representative in the next legislature The Methodist church at Lewisport was blown down during a storm last week and Dave Ray colored killed by Mens Seersucker Goats 50 Cents Worth 100 to select from falling timbers of T S Â¬ The Meesenger says there is still doubt Ira Marlott charged with the murPettits acceptance of that inde- der of Barok Ashton at East Fairfield he is tho Benior partner of tho firm of F pendent nomination for representative Columbiana county is on trial at Youngs J- - Cheney A Co doing business in tho from Daviess county Â¬ The following order was issued from the war department at Washington last week The field or union of tho Na tional flag in use in the army will on 1891 consist of forty and after July four stars in six rows tho upper and lower rows to have eight stars and tho second third fourth and fifth rows seven stars each in a blue field Robert E Jones who murdered his father-in-laa Mr Presley and two brothers-in-lain Edgefield county S C four years ago and who has been tried for his life six times was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to im prisonment at hard labor in tho State penitentiary for twenty one years Two little boys of Joseph Mentz of Leading Creek Lewis county W Va killed a tremendous wildcat recently The cat had been caught in a trap which was still attached to its leg when the boyB camo across it It was it is said the largest wildcat killed in that section for years At Monument Grant county Ore a blacksmith named Churchill shot and killed his helper While escaping Churchill shot and mortally wounded a man whom ho thought was one of a sheriffs posse in pursuit A loathsomo disease resembling tho European malady black leg has bro ken out among tho Hungarian coke workers in the Connellsville Pa region There are 200 cases reported and the dis ease is spreading A burglar fatally shot at Cherokee Texas confesses that ho and a man named Ben Scott robbed and murdered Christopher Helm a wealthy cattleman whose body was found on the Cherokee Strip a year ago Â¬ w w PAPER SUBSCRIPTION m NO A IikWf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho loopIvH Party A third party was born at Cincinnati recently and started out on its political career under the name and stylo of Tlio Peoples Party of tho United States of America It is tho offspring of a body of men calling themselves Tho Nation Â¬ al Union Conference nnd was mndo up of members of tho Farmers Alliance tho Citizens Alliance tho Peoples party the Knight of Labor tho National In Â¬ dustrial Alliance tho Anti Monopoly party and tho Singlo Tax party These sovon parties contracted into ono consti tuto the third party Tho Greenback party and the Prohibition party knocked also for ndmittanco into tho fold but were practically excluded Tho confer Â¬ ence which originated tho third party movement though calling itself nation nl will hardly bo so considered and it is pleasant to noto that tho Southern members of tho Farmers Allianco refuse to take stock in tho so called third party Tho conference was dominated by Kau sas men who furnished nearly one fourth of tho delegates recognized as ontitled to frcats in tho body There were but 2fl delegates in the conforenco from the Stntoof Texas nnd most of tho other Southern States were not represented in the body at all Southern agriculturists cannot accept as leaders tho rabid Re publicans of Kansas and without them it is not likoly that tho third party movement will amount to much EnterÂ¬ prise Accomac C H Va State of Ohio City of Toledo Luoab County f fiOt Frank J Cheney makes oath that jw pThis is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky Charles Johnson the diamond thief pleaded guilty in the Circuit court at Frankfort and was sentenced to four years in the penitentiary It is said that about 180000 was paid out last summer for work on the canal and nearly all of it was sent to Italy Middlcsborough Democrat Middlesrorouoh is pleased with its experiment with concrete pavements They are believed to be far superior and less costly than Bell county mud The Republican convention of Bath Carter Fleming and Rowan counties held in Morehead nominated Dr J P Huff of Fleming for the State Senate Louis Gus Straus 1 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky lEttate i 1 tsaii tbII Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young Ladies First class in all appointments Delightful Home Central The State Farmer devoted to the in- Â¬ terests of the farmer and laboring class has made its appearance at Somerset J F McQuerry is editor assisted by V Location Six Departments M Doolin and J T Barron COMMERCIAL ENGLISH CLASSICS MUSIC ART SCIENTIFIC Hon James P Gay has been declared Terms Reasonable Send by the Clark County Democratic com- Â¬ New Buildings and Furniture mittee the nominee of the party for the President for catalogue S He is a pronounced oppo legislature WINCHESTER KY je268m nent to the new constitution The Bluegrass National is the name Alderman J W Cahul after being of a new national building association fired by the Little Rock Ark council with headquarters at Lexington S G for contempt wanted to fight the whole Sharpc M C Alford M J Durham D lot in any number Trouble is expected DEALER IN F Frazee and Louis Straus are among Grasshoppers aro reported in large Agricultural Implements the officers Hardware Queensware numbers in Otter Tail and Marshall The people of Paintsville arc about to counties Minnesota and much damage Vulcan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows use harsh means toward the fresh boy is feared will result to crops Wiiiteleys Solid Steel Binders and 15 F Avkky Sons Steel Plows who writes sensational news from their Mowers BALL MITCHELL The town council of Bettsville O Cofl STEEL HiLL Tiger and Granger Sulk y county He should read Judge Barbers forgot to pass an ordinance fixing u levy Cc lumhia siDE Plows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Dourle Shovel letter in this issue and take warning for municipal purposes and the village Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Pikeville Monitor is entirely without funds Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Col E G Sebree refuses to abandon Fish Bros Celehrated Wagons Repairs A fight took place in Claiborne coun- Â¬ Tiger Jones U S Standard 5 Ton Wagon his brilliant career as money devil in or- Â¬ ty Pennessee between John Morton and Stoddards New Climax and Dirp Harrows Scales price 60 with a written guar der to re enter politics He has just William Ramsey in which tho latter antee for 6 years Evans 2 hgrse Corn Plantekh done the Caesar act in declining the chair- Â¬ was shot and killed The largest utook ot Cook nml Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky manship of the Republican committee of Mrs Barbara Reich aged 35 years Hardware a Specialty Henderson county and Katie Brody aged 8 years were Cutlery and Builders The editor of the Jessamine Journal struck by lightning at A toon a Penn side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY modestly remarks It is not absolutely Tho former will die certain who will represent this district in Gen John M Schofield commander-in-chie- f the next senate but one thing you can of the army was married last bet your bottom dollar on- - he will bo a week at Keokuk Iowa to Mis Georgia i W PEARCY Â¬ town Ohio a change of venue having been granted to Mahoning county The North America commercial com pany has filed a protest against tho United States orders to desist from killing seals in Behring sea and announces that it will continue the seal killing Walter Koenig and Graco Forney of Wabash Ind tired of tho promise given a month ago to Graces father to stay away from each other for a year eloped and were married Mrs Luther Wolfe wife of tho edit or of the Brazil JLm Enterprise while coming down stairs became paralyzed in her limbs and fell to the floor beneath Her injuries are serious Mary and William Fox of Lebanon Ohio have brought suit for 22000 dam O S W railroad ages against the B company for injuries received by being run over by a train Seven soldiers arc on trial at Walla Walla Wash for lynching Agent Hunt several months ago Hunt killed n sol Â¬ dier and for this ho was taken out and hanged Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Catarrh Cure City of Toledo County and State afore Â¬ said and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDREB DOLLARS for each nnd every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the uso of Hallb FRANK Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed in my presence this 0th day of December D 1880 j heal A W GLEA80N J CHENEY - a 1 y j and acts directly on tho blood nnd mu- Â¬ cous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O SQrSold by Druggists 75c McthoillHt Paper In Loulavllle Tho Kentucky Methodist is tho namo of tho paper recently removed Lexing Â¬ ton Ky to Louisville It is an eight page paper with five broad columns In good type nnd with excellent print and is published at tho low prico of 1 per pear Address tho Kentucky Methodist Ioui8vilIe Ky for n samplo copy An agent Is wanted for this county to whom a liberal commission will bo paid As id most every denomination except tho Methodist have a strong paper in tho Suite metroiKllB It would seem that the Methodists would also want ono If so they should givo this paper a hearty sun port oh it Is or will be tho best they can ever hope to havo Wo will club it with The Herald nt 176 for both papers Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intornally Notary Public Tinware1 Â¬ Shears Fast 1 Take Notice All persons knowing themsel ves Indebt Â¬ ed to G B Swango must make settle Â¬ ment at once His accounts have been placed in my hands for collection and when I call upon those owing him I shall expect them to settle If they do not I will warrant them and they can then pay debt and costs I will take any kind of stock at good prices Respect Â¬ fully but earnestly yours if- - TOi 3Qds11bIi 12 A Model Restaurant Fresh Oysters at all seasons Mobile Counts West Short Street - Bltoben LEXINGTON KY Charley Swanoo Wanted in Almost Every Feature 25 CENTS SEATING CAPACITY ISO Nhm Points Saddle Bocks New York Counts and Meals to order at ull hours Delicacies of the season always on hand The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions is Â¬ a Miller Improved Kange the finest In the world with eighteen fires six steaming at This tachments two large broilers and hot nml cold water reservoirsonly onerange will cook of the kind lu anything from a hnlf a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the REGULAR MEALS Ca hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGART Proprietor nov21ly true blue Democrat Referring to the Richmond Nicho lasvllle Irvine and Beattyvillo railroad Track lay Â¬ the Richmond Times hays in progressing satis- Â¬ ing on the new road factorily having reached Reeves branch Passenger and freight trains bridge will in a few days be running to Waco and Frogtown Col Young and Mr Woodward passed over the line and hope to have it completed to the river at Irvine by July 20 thoroughly qualified school teacher Chicago Odd Fellows are to erect a of expenenco to teach school In ILuel Greeu district Wolfe county Ky Pays new temple nearly as largo aa that now about Rixtv dollnra A 11 nni- - mml being erected in Cincinnati It will cost either of the undersTirncd T TV t 1000000 unairman G B Butlkk Gov Pattison has refused to sign J A Taulbek the compulsory education bill recently pawed by the Pennsylvania legislature One of the severest storms fn mnv At Hudson Lake Ind a man named years visited Lewis county last week Hall was struck on the head by a stono uoing geat damage The wheat crop k almost a total low and killed during a row A Kilbourne tJyAt Y - - - Rum Friday QUEEN Hebald Editor KY BPENOER COOPER HAZEL GREEN - Juno 26 1891 LUKE MASON A - of th Late Civil War iUTROR Or ThrUllnff and Romantlo Story - nr JOHN AKI DROTtlBIt HBLKtf LAKXMAN r musick Storks AQAINST DHOTnin rixtD - DAHKiRor DBurour OrilKR Waltmr Ilium Copyrtghttd 189 CONTINUED Night sot in bleak and chcorloss Tho shrill north wind whistled through tho de nuded branchos of tho trees and tho sliiv oring soldlors bont thoir wretched bodies nearer to tho earth At midnight it was snowing and soon a carpot of whito was spread ovor tho earth Tho wretchod men shivering and crouching beforo tho blast scarco could movo to shako off tho Hakes that wero covering them llko a mantlo of white Cap dont yo hear somo ono comin old Arkansaw Tom asked Luko listonod and could hear tho faint tread of footsteps coming ovor tho frozen ground Ho Immediately dispatched his or dcrlytotho Colonol asking permission to capture tho bold adventurers who had evidently como out to roconnolter Without consulting any higher authority Colonol Smart told him to go ahead Tom Max Nod Bill said tho Captain calling ovor tho names of thoso whom he know could bo trusted Hilont as shadows thoy rose to their foot glided to his sido and tho flvo stolo out upon tho cleared space botwoen thorn and tho fort It was now so dark that no objoct could bo soon a doxen paces away The shrill north wind aoomed to pierce thoqi to the bona Buddonly thoy stopped Whispors wero hoard ahead Tho snow was falling fust and tho scouts cropt through it near enough to dlacovor half a dozen men evi dently Confodorato offlcors grouped to Rothor engaged in conversation Luke dotormlnod to cut thom off and mako captives of thom but whilo moving in bo twoen them and tho fort tho unlucky Max stumbled and foil making as much nolso as If an ox had dropped from tho moon Three of tho rob els fired at thom and took to their heols Come quick wovo no timo to loso if wo want to tako thom whispered Captain Ma son running at full spood hoping to cut thom off Max and Snow biased away but missod Cotton and Tom thon llrod thoir muskets and a man fell Tho frozen ground was rough and stumpy Luko being swift of foot distanced his companions and was gaining on tho hindmost man who flow for lifo toward tho fort Suddonly tho pursued without checking his spood drow a revolver and emptied half a dozen chambers In almost as many sec onds at Luko Though tho bullots How uncomfortably near tho young ofllcors hood ha was uuharmod and withdrawn sword did not halt for a slnglo moment Tho fugitive had partially turuod his hoad when ho fired and did not soe tho stump boforo him until ho had stumbled and fallen ovor it Boforo he could rlso Luko was upon him with uplifted sword Surrondor I ho cried in a voico hoarso with passion Tho answer camo from tho ground in a voico firm and defiant Novor to a Yankee Striko If you will At sound of tho voico Lukos arm fell poworloss at his sido and ho turned away All his hearts tondorost feolings had been roused by tho sound of that voico They have escaped us ho said to his companions whom ho mot coming toward Got back to your ranks for wo aro him too close now On their way back they plckod up tho man that had fallen who proved to bo a Tho ball had plorced his rebel Lioutonant hoart killing him instantly Luke said nothing about his adventure with tho Confedorato who bad emptied his revolver athim Tho romuindorof tho night was quietly but misorably passed At day Â¬ break the en tiro lino of shivering quaklug half frozon soldiers woro rousod by tho cry Hore they cornel Yos by jlmlny thar thoy como bag and baggagol said Arkansaw Tom seizing his gun and starting to his foot Luke who bad been sitting at tho root of a tree in a slight doze was up In a moment A long line of groy coats could bo soon coming ovor tho enemys works forming and advancing upon them Tho robols hud on their haversacks cantoons blankets and knapsacks as if they wore going on a march Theyvecometerstay n brought grub n blankets said old Tom The long roll souudod calling every man to battle Inthreo minutes tho whole lino was formed On with tremendous yells they came and tho work of doath began First a few dropping shots liko tho pattor Of a rain showor and thon camo a storm of fire and leaden hail It was kept up Nearer and nearer tho contending lines ap proached and fiercer and fiercer grow tho eeaHiet Luko glanced along their lino half concealed with smoke from which tho aagry biases constantly Hashed The blaze from those guns never entirely died away but la fitful running flames continued to along the line Lukes mm were falling on every side -- Th ground was strewn with dead and titag aad Ito awful work sUll went on CkuMr timr eteeryU upon yell as if ttaafelaoirftatr were at work shook the air Tto woods were filled with Uwe tWokly pewered with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I was tho man who found youondlod tho cnvnlry from you Why glvo us yer hand Captain wo uns hov novor forgot yo nndyod faro well If yo over fall in our hands Do you know this Morgan family Ycb know cm llko a book I was Colonol Morgans ovorscor and had been fur twenty fivo years When ho livod in Tennessee I was his overseor and four year ago when ho sold out n como to Missouri I came him allors with rclnforcomonts and tho worn out dis withman tocauso ho niggorasaid I was tho manage ho ovor saw bost heartened soldiers took courage and wheeled Novor had any trouble with but ono o his about to onco moro faco tho enemy who was a great big foller named Luko with ubout twonty of his company niggorsHo Pete owned him in Tennessee twenty all whom ho had beon ablo to hold together throo or four yurs ago Poto was stubborn turned in with tho resistless tldo of bluo and whipped him Ho tried to kill mo an I coats his master to punish him sold his wifo n Woll pay em back roared old Arkan strangest saw Tom who bad all through tho fight kept child n Poto run off An tho hanged f thing is yet to comeCaptaiu Im at tho sido of his Captain Tho ordor was given to chargo bayonets I didnt sco that niggor last fall after I list and tho rotrouting Confederates tied boforo ed in tho sarvico It was only a striking likeness a Una of gleaming steel Sullenly and dog- Wall thats what Colonol Morgan sold but Id bet a hundred dollars It war that ar samo Pete Tho Morgans aro vory strong Southerners aro they notl Koglar fire caters From tho old man down all war Confederate T tell yo the truth Captain I war kinder on th fence my self long timo Didnt liko shootin at the old flag but thoy turned wo a hundreds o others Colonel Morgan has a daughterl Yos Elslo Morgun an tho pizenost lit tle rebol yo over seed I mot her onco and saved her from ar- Â¬ rest and her houso from being burned Hor mother died ten yars ago an sho wouldnt stay up in Missouri when hor father n brothor como South Was sho in Fort Donolson f Yos till wo lamt youns war comin an thon sho weut to Noshvillo Sho will soon have to movo from there for Genoral Grant will not stop at Fort DonÂ¬ Â¬ paces undor tho hill thoro wero tons of ammunition lio told his orderly to go out and bring it but ho stood liko ono stupefied Thon ho Bpoko ton duty sorgoant and whilo directing him what to do n bullet killed tho poor fellow at his Captnius feet Lieuten ant Hnilth wnsulrcudy among tho slain and tho Second Lieutenant woundod Tho Cap Â¬ tain did not dure leavo his command for thoy woro ready to fly at u moments no tlco and ammunition could not ho brought At this moment tho ouumy charged with fixed bayonets and McClornands brigade foil back in disorder Tho fight began shortly after daylight and it was now nearly noon Tho rebels had not driven tho Union troops far beforo Oonorul Grant arrived astampodowas threatened Captain Mason know that not twonty Ilundrods of others woro In tho sarao dition and tho men became bo alarmed Woroouto ammunition cartridges gtvo out30llodMrtx con- Â¬ that Â¬ any mans friend His mon would liavo died for him Who was your Colouolf Colonol Honry Morgan His lion Josopu Morgan is our Major and only twonty Ho was woundod inascrlmmago wo had In Missouri last Soptombor If it hadnt a boon for a friond o Captain Noils wod a boon killed or taken thoro Was you ono of tho six with Captain Noff who was in tho woodB on tho hill af tor that fight in tho peach orchard I Yes sir o belli j Â¬ IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 at tho roadsido where they halted and waited for tho horsemen to go by Tho heavy splushlng of horses feot THE could bo hoard by tho Union cavalry horseFrom tho length of timo it took tho WM4WM4MMWMM4t men to pass Luko know there must bo at least twonty flvo of them His strange OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE guido declared thoro wero thirty This guides voice Beeincd strangely familiar to Luko Ho had not seen his features as ho Newport News fc Mississippi Valley Co had novor met him by daylight or oven by K I tho light of a torch or ho would havo recognized him It was not until ho snid Como on now Massa Luko I that he recognized him PHILADELPHIA WASH INGTON ho gasped Blackhawk Yes massa JIALTIMORE NEW YORK Why aro you hore Whcro have you to somo safe spot Â¬ frfrwfrme Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WELL lAT TUKM DACKl SAW TOM UOAIIED AKKAN- - godly thoy had fought giving up tho ground Inch by inch and now seemed inclined to dlo in their tracks A Coufoderato officer was standing sur- Â¬ rounded by a heap of slain making a des porato effort to rally his fleeing comrades A hundred shots woro fired at him but ho seomod to hold a charmed life Dod blast Mm this 11 not miss roared Tom as with fixed bayonet ho lunged at tho bruvo officers hoart Tho bayonet was not six inchos from tho young mans breast when a sword struck it up and a hand was laid upon his shoulder Tho old soldier staggored back from his Captains sido and catching a glimpso of tho young Confedor atos features ho recognized him as Albort Â¬ Noff Tho fighting lasted pretty much all day and wheu night camo Lukes roglmont was within tho outer rifle pits of tho enemy Tho regiment had suffored sovoroly Colonol Smart was killed so was tho Major tho Lieutenant Colonol had a mortal wound and almost every regimental officer was dead or wounded Moro than half tho Â¬ regiment had fallen Wo have not a regimental officer to command us Luko reported to General McClomand For tho timo being consider yourself in command was tho Generals answer As tho senior Captain loft the command of courso fell upon Luke by regular promotion Lioutonant Daniels wound being light ho left his company with him and took command of tho regiinont DA torriblo battlo was anticipated on tho morrow and Luko and his decimated regi inont lay on thoir urms on tho battlo ficld What was thoir surpriso on tho morrow to sco tho wholo lino of fortifications covered with whito flags It was somo timo boforo tho army could realizo it but tho enemy had surrendered and Fort Donolson was theirs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER X AN UNEXPECTED MKKTINO seen climbing tho ramparts ovor which tho stars und stripes were wuving Is ho killod or shall I find him among thn prlsonorsl Luke asked hiuisolf as ho entered tho works at the head of his regi Â¬ Cheer upon cheor filled tho air and tho long linos of blue coats could already ho Long ho soarchod among tho living thon tho dead and finally went among the wounded Confederates For whom are you searching I General Grant asked coming upon tho young officer who had saved his life at Bolmont as ho wus making somo inquirios of a wounded prisoner A vory dear friond General How do you know ho was in Donelsonl tho silent man of iron asked I recognized him in yesterdays charge ment It do seem s f youns hov a wayo goin just wherever yo want to But if Bucknor d a had command at fust instead o Floyd an Pillow yo wouldnt a got in hero so oasy Woro thero any other ladies horo from Missouri in tho Sanitary Corps Yos a hull passel Did you know others than tho Mor gaus No except tho Jennings women tho Ryans and Oldhams Luko thanked tho wounded man for tho information ho had given him hoped that he might soon rccovor learned that his namo was Dick Sneed und promised to soe that ho was well cured for On leaving tho hospital an ordorly informed him that ho was wanted at brigade headquarters On reaching Goneral Mc demands tont ho found him surrounded by his stuff and so busily engaged that It was somo time beforo ho was recognized At last tho General saw him and said Captain Mason your regiment is in a bad condition and will havo to reorganize und bo tilled with recruits but this can not bo dono nowand for tho present you will do placed in command of it Muster your mon as soon as you can and roport to mo how many answer to roll cull asked Hev thoy made yo Kornol Arkansaw Tom on learning that Luko had boon placed in commund of tho rogimout No I have chargo of tho rogiraont but am only a Captain Got th work without th pay Taint fair Taint ruir growled old Tom Luko bad each company call its roll and mudo out his reports which ho forwurded promptly to headquarters Ono evening ho wus again summoned to Generals Grunt brigado headquarters Smith Wallace and McClornand woro thoro awaiting him Ho was informed that on tho 21st of tho present month February 1SC2 thoy designed moving on Clarkvillo and seven days later to Nashvillo unless ordors to tho contrary wero received What wo want Captain Masonis for you to make a reconnaissance along tho roads loading to theso two cities said General Tho couutry is said to bo McClornand overrun with bunds of Confederates and wo want you with a sufficient force to start to night aud go out at least a dozen miles and report to us to morrow or just as early as you can Will you do it I will try ho unhesitatingly answored Thats all any man could ask said tho How many mon conqueror of Donolson do you want Fifty light horso will bo amply suffi Â¬ olson sworod Is ho a Confederate Lexington Ie 15pm 7U5ain tHoptii x es sun acy am seccsh an specks dey 7 OOpm 8 23am 7 10pm Winchester am now gittin ready to go off tor Nash7 IJOpin 8 o atn 7 iopiu Mt Sterling villo 0 Olptn 10 40nm 10 OOpm Olive Hill Captain Lawrenco at this moment camo Ashland 10 Upm 12 lfipm up to whoro Luko sat at tho head of tho Cattlettshurg 10 4pm 12 28pm command and Captain Muson said Ar 11 07pm 12 fiOpm Huntington Captuln Lawrence L beliovo thoro aro WK8T HOUND several officers in that house and its our duty to arrest them Le 120pm 0 00am I am with you tho Captain answered Huntington 1 3lpm 0 25am Moro than likely thoro aro also women Cattlettshurg oOpni 037am and children in tho houso so caution your Ashland 03pm 8 20am 4 00 urn Olive Hill mon not to injure them if possible 4 32pm 10 27 am ti 2oam Tho troops wero divided into two parties Mt Sterling 4 58 pm 11 15 am 7 1iam Captain Lawrenco having commund of ono Winchester Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8Qiiiii Lexington and Captain Mason of tho other It was arranged for Luke to attack from Limitkd Vkstiiuikd Kxnkss runs daily tho south und Captain Lawrenco to como in and has Vestihuled Pullman Uiillet Sleepers from tho east completely flanking tho Louisville Lexington Waxhingtoii building and they hoped to prevent any between This New York and Old Point Comfort from escaping train is made part of the celebrated Dismounting a short distanco from tho fonco on tho south Luko left tho horses in V charge of u small guard aud followed by O route on the C Arkansaw Tom and others ho cropt up the Kast of Huntington hedgerow on tho south Tho dim outlino daily except Sun Fast Mail of a sentry could bo scon at the gate Tho day between Trains run and Huntington Lexington sentry discovered them at tho samo mo- Â¬ Make direct connections at Huntington with ment and firing his carbine ran toward C 0 At Ashland with S V Hy At tho houso screaming Winchester with K C it It north and 1 arms I t arras I Wo aro sur- Â¬ south bound and at Lexington with L rounded T P Railroads N L S and C N O Forward double quick I cried Captain LKXINOTON AND OlIVK HlIL ACCOMOMason and through the gate and across tho lawn thoy sped A dozen gun shots on the DATION daily except Sunday Connects at oust boro evidence that Captain Lawrence Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with L S K It for Louisville had beon discovered Lively fighting began all around the For full information in regard to Itatec house and thoy found ono dead rebel lying Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or on tho stops of tho porch Half a dozen connecting lines or to pistol shots rang out from tho hall and ono of tho bullots grazed Lukos cheek C L Brown H E Huntington G P A Sword in hand he dashed into tho house V P und G M followed by mon who would dio rather than KY LEXINGTON desert him East and west through doors W S Harrison and windows determined blue coats woro G W Barney G A Ashland Ky G A Lexington Ky pressing thoir way Carbines and pistols wero emptied und swords druwu Captain Mason ran u Confederate whom he mot in tho hall through tho body and TTIt J F LOCK HART leaping over his prostrate form burst into an adjoining room Having seen no ono but men ho had forgotten the possibility of women being in the houso until ho entered tho room and saw two young girls about EZEL KY soventeen and eighteen years of age spring in trontof a Confedorato officer and imploro his Ufa USTICK Away away I I fear not tho cowardly dogs Baid tho young Confederate trying D to shako off tho girls but thoy held on to Oflice on Fairfax Street 4 Doors Below 5 Â¬ 1 THE SEA SHORE Tryin tor holp savo dis Union Massa OLD POINT Luko n sot my chlllun frco I knows obory foot o dls country kaso I useter live heah And all Eastern Citien but doys gone now massa an wo kin go on Thoy hud not gono moro than thrco The Direct Line to miles when they camo to a largo Southern planters houso standing on LOUISVILLE tho top of a commanding eminence From LEXINGTON tho windows thero flashed brilliant lights and an unusual excitement Beoracd to per KANSAS CITY ST LOUIS vado tho building from attio to collar Lights from gilded chandeliers shininp OHATT ANOOO A 1M EMPHIS through tho broad deep windows foil acrost n delightful lawn and showed a number oi And all Points West and Northwest and horses hitched to tho fence Mason halted his command and called South and Southwest Captain Lawrenco of tho cavalry to his sido and asked Blackhawk who lived in the Fast Fast Ml Aeeom house Daily kast HOUND Express Daily ex Colonol Lucas sun tho guido an Sun Daily ex Sun been m F F Â¬ i 4 I Â¬ 5 flHHB DENTIST J M TR WWJ ENTIST Itecs House 1 A I If J l WINCHESTKU KY jyly TSAAC W ROSE M Â¬ Will practice in the Courts of Morgan and Wolfe counties Special attention to collec tions ami returns promptly made TCI Attorney-at-La- w MAYTOWN KY B MAY Attorney-at-La- w dent Â¬ tried and trusty friends Arkansaw Tom Max Snow and Cotton and securing tht best horses to bo found with a negro guide started at onco upon their perilous expcdl tlon his service ho choso in addition his foui After selocting tho cavalrymen suited to AWAY AWAV Tako your pick from tho army MAYTOWN KY Will practice in the Courts of Morpan and Wolfe comities Special attention to col lections and returns promptly made Â¬ F I FBAIl NOT BYRD ATTORNEY AT LAW CAMPTON KY nooa TlIE COWAltDLT doe WUieto a4 iiatj tm4 ii but an old schoolmate tho play follow of my childhood tho friend of my manhood and oho whom 1 loved Goneral Grant was not a man to give much outward expression to emotion but ho had a warm sympathetic hoart That very morning ho hnd mot an old class mato and army friond taken from him his sword and tuado him prisoner and ho kuow what it was to bo humiliated said tho Gen Go find him If you can oral and turned away as if ho doubtod his ability to rotalu his composure lougor Luko continued his Boaroh and at last met a woundod Confederate who belonged to Albort Noffa company and ho said that bo had escaped from tho fort on tho night beforo with Generals Pillow and Floyd Ho didnt wantto go said the soldier Captain Noffa brave as a lion and would have staid If ho hadnt a been In Floyds command aud forced to oboy orders Are you sure be was not killod In yes w terdays fight I know It Thank Heaven for thatl Hes a friend o yourn is hel asked the Confederate Yee Hes a braye man Oanuia aa worthy No Ishourolatlvel The pickets woro passed and thoy were in a dark road surrounded by a forest The dull splash splash splashing of horses feot scroamed onooftno girls turning hor white tour stained faco upon him Lillio Neff My God I -- is It you or a In tho muddy water was tho only sound dream gasped Captain Mason closing tho T T STEELE which broko tho silence Tho feet and legs door and staggering against it of tho soldlors wero covered with a creamy CONTINUKD NEXT WPFK ATTORNEY AT LAW oozo which ponotratcd to tho skin and chi Hod thom Man Persons Wist Luikuxy Ky Tho night was too durk for any object to Are broken down from overwork or household be soon aud as Luko rodo at tho sido of c Iron Bitters Will practice in the counties of KUIott tho guldo ho bold a cocked pistol in his rebuild Browns aids digestion rcmoYea ex tho spitem Morgan Matjoflln Mcncfce and Wolfe right hand ces of bile and cures malaria Oct tho genuine way to Clarkvillo Is it woods all tho ho asked tho guido T F SUTTON Yos boss bout all do way I rockin pOMBS HOUSE Uar am some tho negro answored nRATTYVILLB KY fields 8 S COMBS Proiiuktor No boss doysall socosh Thon we can oxpect no favors from The patronage of the traveling public Is thom respectfully solicited Table tho best and Deyd cut our heads off i dey could every attention for the comfort of guests I heah bosses foet comin down th road VWUUO jrur U bclitf midt by John R Capn said old Arkansaw Tom who was Touuujr nut nuk Luko just behind on youquUkljr ww muthut tl a latum from How many do you think thoy arel 410 dy t th tun ml iuui vou n on Both mix an am lu m asked Luke checking bis horse AMaHca Vfu rat AnnL A hull passel Inr ul rour tlmacir in tawoV AllUnaw lrat iTht Ha r said the guide Dey am not friens wa twy wurttfKAsiCr aiara vnai - t ttrrthlnr Luke dQtejmtned to glvo thom a wide Vivuiir PAKriLXXAKS HIKE AJlraa ale berth and ordered the guide to take them BIlaMS ttt l UBTUiB MLISK his sword arm dud implored him not to ex asperato tho onomy Kind sir sparo oh sparo my brothor i Will practice in the Courts of Wolfe and adjoining counties Special attention collections and furnishing abstract of titles Aro tho peoplo about horo loyal OAMPTON KY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTING AGENT made Collections and remittances promptly Correspondence solicited iS Â¬ fA JKtfj WOOD DAY f A 1 T F woop IAY II 3f w t Ofllee over Exchange Hank Mnysvillt St Mt Sterling Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Meiiiki Wolfe llreathitt Hnwim Magotlin mnlMor gun counties and Superior Court and I ourt ATTORNEYS AT LAW of Appeals v - v - wv fr rHpy - llfT f FI Tho Discontented tage to any cltis or willing huuIi notc to The following from tho New York bo legal tender in payment of all debtn publi mid private and audi notes when World is a just recognition of a groat Offioial Organ of the Tonth Ky Congressional District demanded by the people shall bo loaned truth 6 A morning newspaper refers con- Â¬ to them at not more than 1 per cent per Ezel - - Editor annum upon non perishable products as temptuously to tho mon assembling in B F DAVIS of jiir Tu whom till communications intended indicated in the sub treasury plan and Cincinnati as tho delegates of tho dis-lor this department should be addressed The men in question may also upon real estate with projtor limita- contented tion upon the quantity of land and bo very wise or very unwise what they do will determino that but it is no re- Â¬ STATE OFFICERS amount of money b Wo demand tho free and unlimit proach to them that thoy aro tho dele- Â¬ T T Gaudnuh President Bardwell Tho Con- Â¬ B F Davis Secretary Kel gates of tho discontented ed coinage of Hilver Ciiauikh Pack Treasurer riiii declaration of Wo demand tho passage of laws gress which adopted tho c W M Bailby Lecturer Cloltl City prohibiting alien ownership of land and independence was composed wholly of KXEOUTIVK COMMITTEE that Congress take prompt action to de- tho delegates of tho discontented and so V HitoWDKii OlniHtead vise so me plan to obtain all lauds now has been cyery other gathering of men We have added largely to our stock and now occupy II O Brown Clinton owned by alien and foreign syndicates which has instituted any of the great two large buildings and carry as complete a lino of goods as T J Dooiiix Finchvillc and that all land held by railroads and reforms of history It is not a reproach can be found in any city DISTRICT OFFICERS other corporations in excess of such as is to a man to bo discontented The Hainp HiNtio President Rotliwell timo to make the trip to our city write you actually used and needed by them bo dens tho Patrick Henrys the JeiTersons rf h Kasii Sec V Trow Onier reclaimed by the government and held tho Adamses the Franklins and all the and we will send cuts or samples of any of the many arti- Â¬ NATIONAL OFFICERS rest of libertys lovers have been tlie cles we carrv President L L Polk Washington D C for actual settlers only V d Believing the doctrine of equal discontented and the delegates of the - H Tuuseii Secy Whon you do come down make our store your head Â¬ rights to all and special privileges to discontented and it was their discontent CO J54TNOTIUE Hen after no indorstiuiit none we demand that taxation Nation- Â¬ that made them the benefactors of man quarters for ofany titans candidacy in any political al State or municipal shall not be used kind aud the scourges of wrong Every these ooltiniiis office will b published WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer until he shall have paid the fee either to to build up one interest or class at the man of honest mind is disconted with J M KELLY President would he the printer or myself To do so publisher expense of another wrong injustice and oppression and is unfairly taking advantage of the We demand that all revenue Na at war with those things whether on his e Onlv indorsements of tanners at tanners Meetings inserted in this department under tional State or county shall be limited own account or in behalf of his fellow- B F Davis any eircttniKtanees to the necessary expenses of the govern- Â¬ men discontent is tne motive power oi Fees for Announcements State Ollieers ment economically and honestly admin human progress It has accomplished 3 10 District 5 County the overthrow of despotic power and the istcred Wo demand a just and equitable emancipation of the people so far as f tSruuil Alliance Mumt Meetings It alone those ends are accomplished system of graduated tax on income Mayfiield Graves county July 2 sometimes Office It g We demand the most rigid honest can complete that work Owensboro Daviess county July 3 and just National control and supervision errs in its objects and methods but it Bowling Green Warren county July 4 of the means of public communication would be the saddest of all days for hu Â¬ Winchester Clark county July and transportation and if this control man kind on which discontent should be They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SIIOF- IN TIJE Catlettsburg Boyd county July 7 from tho list of active forces STATE east of Louisville by and supervision does not remove the eliminated These meetings will be attended abuses now existing we demand the gov- or the delegates of tho discontented some of the most noted Alliance speak fc All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY ownership of such means of should be made to hold their peace J M KELLY President among whom ernment tub lowest livinu prices ers of the United States communicationand transportation West Acrox the Deep to the Far will be L L Polk President National h We demand the election of Presi- On steamboats cars and stage coaches Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET and Industrial Union I0Foundry on K U RAILROAD Farmers Alliance Hon dent Vice President and United States Hostetters Stomach Bitters is carried as J F Willctts National Lecturer people sockless Senators by a direct vote of tho the most important item in the materia Jerry Simpson the famous 3 That we urge united action of all medica of the traveling public It de statesman of Kansas and member elect progressive organizations in attending to Congress Hon T T Gardner Presi the conference called for February 2J prives vitiated brackish water of its hurtful properties and execrable flavor dent Kentucky State Union W R IS2 by six of the leading reform organ counteracts the pernicious effects upon Browdcr Chairman Executive Commit izations the stomach of bad or indigestible food tee and others I That a National Central Commit remedies cramps heartburn and wind Arc now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock of Let every member of the order come tee be appointed by this conference to be It is a fine defense upon the stomach fail to bring to these meetings and dont composed of a chairman to be elected your neighbors who tire not members by litis body and of three members from against malarial disorders nullifies tho elfects of excessive heat cold and damp with you Come one come all each State represented to be named by relieves sick headache and is an incom Â¬ To which they invite the attcntiott of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity collat Secretaries will please sec that these each State delegation foreuro for costiveness and bilious- ing of parable Dont meetings are well advertised 5 That this Central Committee shall ness The fatigue of travel often tells c for En stern Ken- Â¬ get the appointments represent this body attend the National most disastrously upon invalids and con Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS tucky Conference on February 22 1892 ami if valescent occasionally to such an extent Winchester July 0 possible unite with that and all other as to jeopardize life Persons in feeble Catlettsburg July 7 and the clothing department h chock tall of bargains reform organizations there assembled health apprehensive of bad effects from Why not the brethren of those places arrangement can be travel will if provided with the Bitters GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY S6TEVERYTHING If no satisfactory arrange to have a grand barbecue effected this committee shall call a Na be far less likely to have their fears REFUNDED Let not old Kentucky be behind other tional Convention not later than June 1 realized States in hospitality and the kind recep 1892 for the purpose of nominating can Â¬ tion of our National officers didates for President and Vice President Brethren I leave the matter with you i That the members of the Central Fraternally Now up and to business Committee for each State where there is B F Davis no independent political organization W1TJ1 Union conduct an active system of political jiiM tion ol onieci tor llno Onivn The following officers wore elected for agitation in their respective States Resolved That the question of uni the ensuing year at the regular June CO No 105 versal siiifrage be recommended to the JULIUS BENCKENSTEIN meeting of Pine Grove Union yarious favorable consideration of the viz States and territories J W Fields President ASUREAND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR I5VEARS AS Manufacturers and Jobbers of Resolved That while the party in J G Nickell Vice President THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES v U power in 1879 pledged tho faith of the B F Davis Secretary PREPARED Br RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED C0I ST LOUIS M0 Nation to pay a debt in com that had J 31 Henry Treasurer p been contracted on a depreciated cur- Â¬ Lewis Hylton Chaplain rency thus adding nearly 1000000000 II C Quicksall Lecturer to the burdens of the people which F Nickell Assistant Lecturer meant gold for the bondholders and de5 W F M Adams Doorkeeper KY CATLETTSBURG preciated currency for tho soldier and 1 S Davis Assistant Doorkeeper The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Vnlloy holding that the men who imperiled their Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen Robt Woolcry Sergeant at Arms 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed life of a nation should lives to save the J E Qnicksall Business Agent good as that Miss M C Quicksall Asst Secretary have been paid in money as Hole nrnprietorH of the rcttowncd lftx jprSol proprietors of tlm fiiiuouH N E HVE KING HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Pine Grove Union being tho oldest is paid to the bondholders we demand the For the permanent cure of laltiri In theZ The onlv remedy that is sold on an iiLno- also one of the best working Unions in isue of legal tender treasury notes in Duek aud all dinordeni of the KldncvBT flute truartiutee to cure nil Puiun utiuj r j v Eiistorn Kentucky The member are sufficient amount to make the pay of the Aoltt8 CrainpHiind Colic PIiirrhoMi lyn ntio urinary uruattN iiiouHaiiuH oi cer tifleates of those who have used this biwl- - soldiers equal to par with coin or such Penterv etc liNcd internally and ex tor- iilive to their duties and mean NO 103 WEST PEARL STREET remedy will be Hcnt on application itially J lie next imminent in ino voriu ZtftTfMul other legislation as shall do equal and ness ii 1UIUK li rttllTi M LI ft in exact justice to the Union soldiers of this O lurly Plutlurni The rMinen CINCINNATI MSyFou Salb uy Dkuo Stori and Country Storks Everywhere country The following is the full text of the i eight hours consti Â¬ Resolved That as platform adopted by the convention at tute a legal days work for government ULTT3r Cincinnati May 1920 we wtcial employes in mechanical departments INDIANAPOLIS IND 1 That in view of the great k JHInpJPxTy j this principle should bo further industrial and economical revolution now believe so as to apply to all corpor dawning on the civilized world and the extended employing labor in the different ations new and living issues confronting the States of the Union I American people we believe that the 11 Resolved That this conference con a crysUdization of timo has arrived for Price 1800 at Factory demns in unmeasured terms tho action of Csn with Order tho political reform forces of our coun- Â¬ tho directors of tho Worlds Columbian try and the formation of what should bo Exposition on May 19 in refusing the Pons different pattoniH In Hatch M Iffe Bamnlo on receipt of 10 CKNT8 Strictly a Nickel Party of the Uni Â¬ known as the Peoples rate of wages asked for by the pcntpost pald FIrMtu WnrruittuU minimum ted States of America All Hxoinl irowtli Hickory of Chicago CvM rlo nllil IriM labor organization PERRY A CO London Ebis24 Kl jjr 2 That we most heartily indole tho PcrKcHv Unlnnced Low Hcnt gcat Arm Resolved That the Attorney General 810 Broadway New York U S me -- n ixinir l iuy iuiiiiir uu jeinFKj eu ujinii as adopted at demands of tho platforms mi TUxt WlifrUniil lUnt All UVLf of the United States should make Imme flrfrSold nt Tub Hkuam oflicoat 10c n MERCBANTI WRIT VI St Louis Mo in 1889 Ocala Fla in YOU CANT FIND THEM FOR 8AXS BY Y0D IP provision to submit the act of dozen or 7fic a irrosa OdI and jmrclitwe 11 180iuh1 Omaha Nob in 1891 by in diate 2 1689 providing for tho opening Hoinu if you would iiiukc writing eaay represented March dustrial organizations there of Oklahoma to homestead settlement summarized as follows to the United Suites Supreme Court so u The right to ninko and issue money lmnxnensive and dilatory litiKUtion PROCEEDINGS is a sovere en power to ue mainiaiiieu uy there to ended now pending HAZEL GREEN KY people for the common benefit With a new trimming niucldne a modern o nn abundance of type stonier fuit job pre Hence we demand the abolition of na Turnouts amd ddU jar Double and Single conveyed to any point only permanent cure and Htttierior workmen we are better pre Meorimine the tional banks as banks of issue and as a Horaea for hire Parties Institute Proceeding than pared to Print headache and neuralgia nny office fn on reasonable terms sulntltutQ for national bank notes we for all forniH of Jg Â¬ 1C to 20 minSlhNi hH UN your order h tender Treasury notes relieves the pain In from demand that legal Editor Herald Hazel Green Ky I will alo attend to all ealU or HUoneriHg and For sale on positive guarantee at be Issued in sufficient volume to transact utes solicit bainwifl of this kind HiHrtfalljrtA FOR THE HERALD office or sent postpaid by JOHN II PrKlTT the business of tho country on a cash The Herald of price 60 cents a box SUBSCRIBE Only - mail on receipt or especial advanbasis without damage- L U DGPARCIHGnC No inn fitiHtiB te Main Street WINCHESTER KY FURNITURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CARPETS WALL PAPER China Glass and Queensware UNDERTAKING If havent that 1- THE WINN FUHNITUllE WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Co 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD - near 7th St Â¬ Â¬ ifcDONE at Â¬ TOVl XLy AJtJXlIlgtUH Ttxr NEW STORE NEW GOODS Â¬ Rose Swango Fall Winter Goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Mens All Wool Suits Only 760 Â¬ J P ROGERS M LAJlrn ill F BpHlsl E 1N ML Mb Mwtf lei Â¬ CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A Â¬ BoomS WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUCG8STS WOONSOOKET RUBBER frfroftao60f tota v - AGENCY L FuAKKY No CO I r3w Â¬ Â¬ jv Wld 411 1 VTxA i1 - cg5f0Mr Â¬ Â¬ eg it Livery Sale Stable J H PI6RATT Â¬ toXr - m - layr ftfo r Vj ft J- - iyvir4 4m miimmmf yy vs mW r BnmmmmwmtmwMWMWMwmmwMwtBWMMwmwmwMWBMBmmwwWMMWMwmww - - Hazel Queen Herald SPENOER COOPER - - Editor KY Friday - HAZEL GREEN ri Juno 25 1891 iw V 4maMzmzvmmmxb ibt VtfjJJJJJJBlf mWSMmmw CI W GTWmmmmWIlsJMmWJ9WmtFxDKMOUUATIO STATE TIOKKT - 1uw--- v lS For Governor JOHN YOUNG BROWN Of Henderson County For Lieutenant Governor 3IITCHELL 0 ALFOKi Oniell County For Attorney General WlELlAM v Of Fleming County For Auditor J HENDIUOIC LUKE 0 NORMAN Of lioonc County For Treasurer HENRY S HALE g Of graven County CFordtegiRtcr of the La ml Olllcc J GREEN BERRY SWANGO Of Wolfe County For Superintendent of Public Instruction 4 Of Owen County For Clerk of Court of Appeals ABRAM ADDAMfr Of Harrison County ED PORTER THOMPSON CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTS MrMcKinlej of Ohio must have had m I R hand in framing our now constitution judging from tho burdens it imposes upon the poor people n It f Under tho now constitution much of tho poor mans property now exempt iB subject to taxation Looks like it iH against the poor man and for the rich Thntfiwhat To whom could you sell your lands if were to pass the now constitution Corporations pay higher prices than indi Â¬ viduals for real estate and under that instrument corporations cant buy I - I II i l It I i Every voto for the new constitution lowers tho prico of land in Eastern Ken tucky and helps to dig tiio grave of development in our dearly boloved moun Â¬ tains See that you vote against it conatitution B THE NEW CONSTITUTION Several months prior to and during the session of the hiBt Legislature in this State Tun Hkiiald made an appeal for State aid to build turnpike roads through this section and succeeded in getting a bill introduced for that purpose Our course was endorsed by all the thinking i people of Eastern Kentucky and in- deed throughout the State where others i were not prejudiced against this portion of Kentucky The bill referred to failed to lind favor with the bluegraas bloods notwithstanding that they originally had State aid for the very same purpose that we asked it and thus the mutter ended for the time But all acknowledged that o it would be a good investment for the State as our counties could thereby soon be rendered revenue returning and after PRESIDENT a few years twenty at most pay in as much revenue in proportion to popula- Â¬ tion as any section in the State In a word the idea was getting the popular S W favor and would sooner or later have become a law Those who read our arti- Â¬ VICE PRESIDENT Bl jiff I QSSsi h cles during the six months preceding the mm assembling of the Legislature will remember that we took the ground that inasmuch as other sections and much A Of B wealthier ones had in times past been assisted by the State in building turn CASH IKK pikes it was only justice to our section that we be aided the same way This rGsn jKkX 4Rrral thTtWWlm tmwrnan 3mr rrr iTt tnm - LiWmU rVi iTi rn Wsw tl 7iFi JWv tii t iwir tl h iTJrn course would have required on the part W of the State the working of the convicts is certainly on our thoroughfares which ASST CASHIER much better than leasing them to specu Â¬ lator in labor and altogether more rMwWffik humane than to keep them confined in SW3M Mtrmtlwiffltm Has ample facilities for doing prison So looking at it from any a general banking busiiess So Â¬ rffliE3iir1 ml m mtLm TTJf standpoint it would have been the best licits deposits makes collec Â¬ 1 flffR 8 I WiWOtiMXl I JLiilLLJll Wl thing for the State and the States inter Â¬ tions gives prompt and careiul attention toall business entrust ests But if tho new constitution ed to it and extends to its ens- should pass there is an end to all our fond sag toinei the most liberal arconi- hopes of State aid for turnpikes and modations consistent with cor consequently a death blow to develop rect banking iuine meut for that instrument contains a clause prohibiting the working of conENRY MATLOOK victs outside the penitentiary walls WITH Not only this but it also prohibits the Stato from hereafter taking stock or aidCO HAZEN MCMILLAN ing in the construction of turnpikes It is a fine thing for the favored sections WHOLESALN to build up public highways with State so you can get something better than dollars from us aid and then say to their poorer neigh- Â¬ bors This thing has got to stop If The completion of the K U R 11 to Jackson has cut us oft you people of the mountains want pikes from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several KNOXVILLE TENN why build em but at your own expense counties East and left on our hands an immense stock of True the State did aid us when we goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do needed help but we have grown rich by aliovc goods tire handled by J T so we are determined to nitrite prices do the work prices rTlic reason of good roads and lest you do as DAY VO Hazel Green Ky which will render our patrons happy and make competition well well checkmate you with our new WMrmwy J E P Citizens No iounl Bunk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Mm MmMzm 17500000 i ilr M list MyffluiX WASH MILLER jWI j5Sn BcSiS o WILLIS kWm SHHpbsS 90ffl34SL 111 B immSiBUM 8MEeSmMml4mA tlii M T J TfS m H HAMPTON i fflSlJ M J P0YNTER oCi SiuB - a Bh fIII Hm TtTjJM lM M1JJ I8il l II Â¬ sJr Â¬ H Â¬ Do You If teed Money BOOTS AND SHOES I mi A constitution that dabbles in local affairs nutat certainly labor under an aflbotion of legislation of the lungs and the disease would destroy all our pros- Â¬ pects of development Vote it down people jvrongfuliy nnd now in behalf of growing generations and tho unborn jbabies it implores the votors of this sec- Vtion not to saddle upon their posterity fthe now constitution 1- The Herald never yet advised its - Can wo afford to sanction tho new con- Â¬ which prohibits us from stitution selling our lands In tho market where Not they will bring the most money much and well knock her highorn a kito the first Monday in August 1 Can we afford to Bupport tho new con stitution that compels us to raise over l f jnve I 100000 a year in State revenue to make up for the exemption of bank taxes to You bet wo cant nor we that amount THE HAZEL GREEN FMR Let tho banks whack up for One of tho novelties at the Hazel wont thfmwlve Green Fair this year will bo tho walking trotting and ruuning race combined in Practically tho new constitution BaysTto tiio people support tho railroads which each horso will bo required to go a Already several now in existence for certainly you shall half milo at each gate have signified their intention of entering not haveany othets and if it should go bo into effect all our commodities would bo horses for this race and it promises to Throw a boot Â¬ unusually interesting Another attrachighorn a cats back jack at it and kill the cuaaed thing on tive featuro will bo tho riug for tho best lady rider under fifteen years of age election day 1 the premium being a special one of 10 subjects to donated by Mr W H Gillis represent Â¬ The new constitution 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street taxation at least 90000000 of tho poo ing Julius Louchheim Co Louisville ploa property now exempt including the to which the Association adds 5 for the South Shlc CINCINNATI O plows and wagons and reapers second best rider It is confidently ox- farmers the noor womans sowimr machine tho pected that this ring will bring out tho beauty on horseback o pantry tho handiwork j greatest array of preserves in that was over ct the housewifes manufacture and the wealth and asseen in tho old Common mountain maidens aro wo of tho pigswand the poultry Can literally raised on horseback It will be a already as poor as pnuperjcQuntlefl chiircli mfceY afiW to saddle upon dlllicult ring to decido upon i r i this aututionai tax to relieve HON JOHN YOUNG BROWN the aristocrat and help perpetuate plu- Hon John Young Brown is in tho toeraoy Hardly and woll sit down on field and his eloquence is brightening the scheme hard the first Monday in up things where he speaks like an elec- Â¬ M burnU the bay window of our tric light of a million candle power Ho Nos 74 ami 70 Main Street iweechw spoko at Stuudford iu Lincoln county f CINCINNATI O yesterday and will today speak at Fal JUl wkoukHw tkmelvefi to be in niauth in Peiidletob county See list of W IJ M for tuition in his other appointments published else HORSE BILLS UMd to U Printed In the lfrt Myle will ptose call where Htfri Gnrt making an effort to have We are and at lowest rates at this MA iimuM Moounu Detnre ute win w J offee Stiuluayouroriler Haiel Green added to his appointments Oorp Principal W H --rt Â¬ Practically this is the sentiment though not maybe couched in the language as quoted and that it is a dog in the manger principle every Now can the people of one must see tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky atford to vote for an instrument that Can or does them such great injury will they by their votes strike the death- Â¬ blow to that development we so much desire The answers to our queries will bo given in August on tho first Monday in August if you please and they will be in emphatic terms Wo appeal to every man who loves his country and who has the manhood to demand his just rights to cast his vote against the new and if he docs not do it constitution lie can never expect his land to be worth to him aside from an actual living the taxes ho pays upon it Down with the instrument that destroys all prospects of prosperity in this portion of tho State and let every mountain mothers son do his duty on election day liiiill AND MARKS BROS MARES Nos 134 13S RACE STREET We offer to Country Merchants Extra Inducements and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail East or West North or South up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH at bottom bargains as will fill every department New Fresh Seasonable Choice and Cheap We can astonish you with lines of Cheap Taules covered with goods at half prices And more than this we will have A new departure howl CINCINNATI O THE KRUSE I BAHLHAW Mctioi Replarly E en Saturday HARDWARE Â¬ Commencing Saturday May 30 1891 at 9 a m at which every thing goes at reduced prices come and bring your --sMJQMPANY neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary of Blue Grass for the year we will exchange goods or pay 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street cash for live stock You can settle notes or accounts with O CINCINNATI the same As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford to credit 4uThe wholesale trade of Eastern Ken- Goods will bo sold for cash only or country produce live tucky is respectfully solicited stock and school claims taken in exchange We shall open a new department under the charge 01 JMiss Laura Kawhngs the and Miss Lula Day which will be fully stocked with Fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School JJooks and Supplies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss Kawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and eGOMPANY Dress Makor and we offer you a City Stock to select from You can get as fine and stylish Milfinery and Dresses here Notions Wholesale Dry Goods as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours c ao w wAww GROSSMAN CO HAZEL GEEEN KENTUCKY SCHLEUTKER Saddlery and Harness TJ1MMIH INSTRUCTION IN lOOK KEEPINI SHORT HAND TYPE WRITIH8 PENMANSHIP ETC TEIEIRAPHYETC AT THE IRYANT Jt STRATTON BUSINESS COLLESE SIUTH WEST MNER THIRI ARI JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOBUE FREE 6uimcdd M Ai a Auiy TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY isSSi i l C3Ti WW Z SS S iggsgypai Liberal rates on larger advertiseineuts made known on application Obituaries tribute of icspect etc He a line Count six words to the lino and did money with the manuscript Wc will write obituaries and publish nt f cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published free FA YAIHE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND students of that institution under tho Advertisement inserted lor less than 3 supervision of Prof and Mrs Cord ren- Â¬ iiionthswill be 75 cents an inch for the first ders the occasion one long to be remem Â¬ insertion and 25 cents an inch for eaeli sub bered by thoso who were fortunate sequent insertion JisUrWA TnASHIKNT ADVERTISING MltKT enough to be able to attend IK IAtl IN ADVANCE On Monday uight tho declamatory STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS 7 f0 1 inch VI tuontliH contest by the juniors of the school for 12 oO 3 inches 25 gold medal given by 15 00 the handsome U inches IS 5 the Cccropiau Society of Kentucky Uni- Â¬ inches -- 2 00 ft inches versity came off the following being the -- 5 00 incites TRANSIENT Â¬ 1 Hii u larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan Declamatory Content Kntcrtnlitmuiit and and lircathitt than nil other papers in the CoimiMiicciiMut KxerclMtft State ami merchant in Ml Strlintf Win The present week has been a gala one clifhtcr Lexington Louisville and Cinciii nati will find It THK UKST MEDIUM through at Hazel Green Academy and the enjoy which to secure Mountain Trade ment of the entertainments given by tho ADVERTISING 11 ATES Hazel Queen Herald HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Our Catalogue Advertiser The firms given below have our thanks for favors in tho way of advertisements for2C00 catalogues for tho Hazel Green Fair Association which will be ready for distribution by Saturday night viz A Hoffman Mt Sterling Ky John Samuels Mt Sterling Ky C W Carpenter Mt Sterling Ky The Winchester Bank Winchester Ky Gazette Publishing Co Mt Sterling Louis Gus Straus Lexington H F Pieratt Co Hazel Green Orcar Blgstaff Mt Sterling Day Mt Sterling Wood ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 18922 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIKST TERM DK01N8 Wo wish to notify the citizens of Volfe and adjoining counties that wo have routed Carding Machine THE CARPING MACHINE CAMPTON at Campton 1891 Ky for this season We are putting the machine in good order and will be ready for carding by Monday May 18th wo MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Hates of Tuition per Mouth bo tho same ns they have been coming from a distance will be HNewMff dated if possible with their carding to Wik home with them We solicit the patrwiigaV guarantee satisfaction Wo havo employed Tames A Spencer who has formerly run the machine and The pricw Pr vWlll J II Bruuner Mt Sterling Owen Laughliii SonMt Sterling Chas Rcis Mt Sterling P R Phillips Louisville W R Jordan Louisville Denton Mt SterSharp Trimble ling Joe M Conroy Mt Sterling J W Poynter Winchester 100 programme Invocation half on entering School jirPayable the other ut middle of term one FREE BCHOLARSIMFH Â¬ 150 and 200 Â¬ of the public Respectfully POTTS fc BAILEY Rev J Z Hanky music First Revolution of the Heavens Wit Â¬ nessed by Man J 11 DeBusk music Iafayette J F Kahh MUSIC jr March of Mind MU IC O H Swanoo W L Day liiufi for Regular Advertising SIENUEK COOPER Hazel Green Ky Fred Senieur Mt Sterling Is Death the End MUSIC J Address The Voices of the Dead MUSIC H B B Kahh ocratic party We are authorized to announce WEEDEN JONGLETONasa candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action ot the Democratic party JAMES K ROBERTS of Lee county is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 4th Senatorial district subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN S JIARG1S of Jackson as n candidate for State Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We arc authorized to announce JOHN P WELLS of PaintKville Johnson oounty as a candidate for Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN D ATKINSON of Powell countv a- a candi date for State Senator from the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party ex SheriQ of Menefee A J RINGO county and 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¬ ANNOUNCEMKNT The Drunkards Death We arc authorized to announce GEORGE music W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of subject to action of the Dem Battle of Lookout Mountain Wolfe County Â¬ J Little J F MURFHY MUSIC Touissant LOuverture J S Day music Tho judges Messrs Charley Sublette Quisinberry of of Salyersville Hon D S Godsey Rev J Winchester Z Haney and Judge Lusk of this place awarded the prize to Willie L Day of Hazel Green the vote on the first ballot standing four for the victor and one for his brother James S Day with a divi- Â¬ sion of the audience between the two It is but justice however to say that all the contestants acquitted themselves with honor both to themselves and the W Craven Hazel Green Rose DeBusk Hazel Green T J Cummins Hazel Green Mrs Lou Day Hazel Green Dr J A Taulbee Hazel Green John W Howerton Hazel Green Hazel Green Academy J H Pieratt Hazel Green Swango Hazel Green Rose T Day Co Hazel Green J Who Straightened Up the Corn The question was asked At our table today Have you noticed that corn Which so prostrated lay One said it stands Almost bh erect as before That terrible storm In its fury did pour No one could imagine Plow nature so soon Could restore to its beauty The mischief then done But one sat by them The eldest oue there For whom ii placed The easiest chair She knew what did it For she stole to the corn While tho others were busy With work of the morn And with speed and with skill She raised every stalk And quickly restored them Without line or chalk To their primitive places One after another And feeling some piide That with nil of their guessing They would never guess mother GUKTALINK Any scholars tnkii g first and second honors on the completion of their courses in tiie Academy ahull he entitled to a free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded 10 oue pupil irum chcii 01 uiu miiowmi mountain counties viz Hreahltt Clay Elliott Floul Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin MagolUn Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell and Rowan provided such arrauec incuts have been made for the competitive examination bv the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and tho appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his county HOARDING Tax Payers This is to notify all who have not yet paid their taxes that I or one of my deputies will call upon them immediately to collect and I hope they will give us no trouble ns I have been very patient Especially do I appeal to those who are behind on old tax I am compelled to have tho money to tneet my obligations and I give this notice that thoHo owing me may hustle around and get it up at onok Do not delay iu this mat ter for I muht have tho money Very respectfully C C HANKS 8 W C j 121m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N - Â¬ Â¬ institution they attend Jiinmie Swango who by the way was instrumental in having the medal dona- Â¬ ted made the presentation speech and the coveted prize was awarded in accord- Â¬ ance with the decision of the judges We arc arranging to build u Dormitory that will accommodate t0 boarders and will have it ready for occupancy by the opening of school There will not he nnv more trou ble about too high board The cost of board will be the lowest possible We will be prepared to do better work next session than ever before During the summer the school will be supplied with mapK charts globes etc etc You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with the tide of education Our pupils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East ern Kentucky free from many of ills of railway towns and those of more population no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and influences for good are thrown around them All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II WITUER8P00N President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within tbe limits of legitimate banking octl8ly chant farmers traders and business men This Rank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY MT STERLING CAPITAL 10000000 WM H CORD May 8 1801 PRINCIPAL I 4 1 mi The medal is a very handsome affair made of 18K gold and is inscribed as 91 Declamatory contest Ha- Â¬ follows q zel Green Academy y a on the face which is a round plate suspended by a chain Mrs Maggie Howard of Jackson in a will be enguest of the Day Hoiibe and attending from a scroll bar on which graved the winners name The reverse the Academy exercises Presented by side bears the following The Misses Cockrell of Ezel are vis the Cecropian Society of the Kentucky iting Mrs Belle Godsey of this place University The hearty congratulations of The and attending the closing exercises at Herald go out to the winner who is in the Academy part the protege of this office he having G B Pieratt and sister Mi6s Lizzie of been taught to pick up type in this es- Â¬ Ezel are visiting their uncle Judge G tablishment And in giving our greetB Swango this week and are close ob- ing we accompany it with the wish that servers of the interesting exercises at the the honors so gallantly won at Hazel Academy Green Academy may inspire him to go Jas L Rowland and a Mr Rice of higher and higher until finally he shall Salyersville were guests of the Day have his name inscribed at the top of a House Tuesday and Wednesday and scroll bearing the names of the silver attended the closing exercises at Hazel tongued orators and great statesmen of May his watchword this great nation Green Academy onward and upward ever be Tho proceedings of the Morgan county On Tuesday evening the entertainment convention reached us too late for publi Â¬ proper consisting of dialogues recitacation but here is the result A J tions music tableaux c came off and Ringo 2 4 f votes John D Atkinon several features of it are worthy of espe votes and cial mention but pursuing the course 2 votes John Hargis 10 of n vote John P Wells 14 wc have heretofore adhered to we refrain Mill from giving names lest we offend some James A Lacy Wilmoro Kendall Ben one unintentionally Oarr Reb Kendall John P Snlyur and On Wednesday evening the temperanco several other delegates from Morgan to drama The Social Glass with a full tho Campton convention were guefcts of cast of characters was put upon the tho Day House Wednesday night and boards and the acting of many of tho left for Campton Thursday parts waB exceedingly well performed for amateurs With no scenery or other From the present outlook John D stage effects to enhance the play the Atkini on Esq of Stanton is likely to be audience was agreed that The Social the Democratic nominee for State Sena Glass was a decided success and many tor from this district and should this votaries of the bottle resolved then and prove the case tho honor will be worthily there to taste not touch not handle bestowed Today Friday will tell the So much for the portrayal of not talc the part the drunkard plays in actual Miss Abbie Tyler and it Miss Flanuery life and may the social glass never be of Beattyville are the guests of Dr J A raised to tho lips of any one who saw tho Taulbee Miss Abbie was a pupil Jit the piny Academy a few years since and she is 1iihlio NpeakltiR week atteudiug the closing exorciseB this James H Swango of Wolfe county and visiting among her many friends at will address the voters at the following this place times and places iu the iuterest of the party J T Day Co request us to say that DemocraticPowell county Friday July 17 Stanton tho auction at their store next Saturday Benttyville Lee county Saturday July 18 morning will be the biggest and best they Jackson Breathitt co Monday July 20 have over had It will also be the last Hindmati Knott co Tuesday July 31 one for n while and all who wish to buy Whitesburg Letoherco Wednesday July goods at greatly reduced prices Hhould be Pikeville Pike co Thursday July 23 sure to attend PrestoiiBburg Floyd co Friday July 21 Rev D H Fallen writing us from Paintsville Johnson coSatnrdayJuly25 Salyersville Magoffin co Monday July 27 War Creek Breathitt county June 20 Wcht Liberty Morgan co Tuesday July 28 saya Dear Sir Please announce in Eel Morgan co Wednesday July 29 your next weeks issue my appointment Frenchburg Menifee co Thursday July in tho new church at Dayflborough on SO next Saturday at 8 oclock r M and on Campton Wolfe co Friday July 31 Sunday at 11 A M I organized a church Lfazel Green 8aturday August 1 at Cane Creek last Sunday Tlmnking Tho ladies are especially Invited to be you for publication I am yours frater- - preoent Speaking promptly at 1 oclock each day c nally Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well B J PETERS President JOHN G WINN Cashier G US Hardware MEYER WITH ASSOCIATION WMKEKRG0 -- 0 JOIIHKKS IN 0- - Â¬ Plnc to Deal We invite the especial attention of our readers to the large advertisement of Louis Gus Straus the leading clothiers of Kentucky Lexington Ky They are now reducing stock by cutting prices in two which meaus a saving of one half to the purchaser and we advise all who want the best clothing at half price to avail of the present opportunity as such a chance may never again occur This firm has advertised in Tin Herald for several years and built up u good trade Among a host of their customers from this section are Prof Cord Judge G B Swango and sons Jimmieand Mort H L Godsey and a host of others and all who deal with them will bear us out in the statement that they receive courteous treatment the best goods and honest values Call and see them when you go to Lexington A Good Agricultural Imph milts Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 OLIVER CHILLED PL0W8 MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATOR8 CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOOR8 AND bASH A SPECIALTY Non 110 112 Second Street IRONTON OHIO ly U F TYLKR JOHN H ROME TYLER ROSE KY 4 AND HAZEL GREEN 4EHBDBIB 0 We carry a stock of Iron and Wagon Ma terials of all kindx and give special atteji tion to Horse shoeing WACON MAKINC Druce Trimble J R Sharp T G Denton An Important Correction Through a pjece of gross carelesness the card of P R Phillips in our Fair SHARP TRIMBLE nfSsxi IH6 DENTON MT STERLING KY Â¬ with J M Robinson catalogue reads Co and it should read with Carter BroB We hopo all interested Co will note the correction and make duo allowance for a rush of work night and day for a month past Tim Place for Your Daughter Parents having daughters to educate should read the advertisement of tho Winchester Female College to be found on tho first pago of this issuo of our Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Competition Open to the World We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as ADMISSION 85 fi5BtPft5 Hlll5P Â¬ recommended Over 10 and under 25 Cents 15 years of ago IDINGFELDER 35 Cents Over 15 years first class school delight- Â¬ fully located and the terms will bo made known on application to tho president S W Pearcy Winchester Ky to whom write for a catalogue paper It is a J Catalogues giving premiums in full will bo ready for distribution June 20 and may bo had by addressing W G LACY Secretary Â¬ M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO DRY No GOODS AND NOTIONS -J- 0B9-PRINTING 537 639 And 6M- l-- Wwt Main Strt LOUI8VILLE KY AT THIS OFFICE NOTEHEADS LETTERHEADS BILLHEADS STATEMENTS SALE BILLS MINUTES Any and everything at the lowest pricw For Booth privileges address J M ROSE President -- Writing Paperw Envelopes Pens Ink fcc for mle at this office Ladies Note Paper only 10c a quire Call on us when you need stationery stakxohiy c PAID TO A0KXTO LIVE THER INFORMATION ADDRRW 2fi PER WEEK SALARY Wamted Good Aoknta to sell ouk General line of merchandise No feddlino Above salary will jb Fo FUJl CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Duren St Chicago III dBL Primed In the Wtsyb and at lowoi raiM Htkht office Send hi ypw ordtr y I Hazee Gbeen Hebalp SPENDER COOPER - Editor Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY Tunc 26 1891 WHEN TIME IS DONE Uoroaftcr In a bettor world thnn this loolro rnnro lore and kuowlcdRO of you As You Llko It I shall Scon and then lost to night Wherout wo muao How fair n soul to know I Now and again In qulot poaccful hours Some- - precious pago will stoat our hearts away Tho while we road wo feol lifes dormant pow ers To touch that robo of white Llvo In that pretenco bright Why dwolt wo not near that sweet saint wo say 1 Now And ORnlD amid tho throntjlnfr ntrcot Aa hastening through our dally round wo go Our pulflos to unwonted mpusuros beat To sea somo faco of light Â¬ Oentlo manhood childrens tendor graces Bring wistful joy llko pain Could theso with us remain How different woro life beneath our sunt Tholr novorfound ono Onco and forever from beyond tho sun Shall como tho light to show all longing Now and again tho patlont waiting races Of aged folk whoso days aro noarly run heart tbolr loved and lost each And thus groat promise give That all on earth who live Shall lovo and knowledgo havo when tlmo is aono W Hohry Wlnslow In Youths Companion- - A How MOTHER-IN-LA- W Was Trapped by Her Aid a Fault Flndingr Husband I wouldnt havo believed it of you Rachel said Mrs Edmonstone plain- Â¬ tively No I wouldnt not unless Jletsy Taclccr had told me and Iktsy she never told a lie no more than George Washington did Why mother what are you talking about questioned Mrs Thomas Ed monstone untying the elder ladys bon net strings and relieving her of a splint basket a black silk bag a waterproof cloak and an umbrella And Ive come to see if its true added tho old lady If whats true mother That you said you wished there wasnt no such person as m me fal Â¬ tered Mrs Edmonstone Mother you know I never could cried out have said such a thing Rachel Well it wasnt exactly that but Betsy Tacker heard you say you wished there was no such a thing as a mother-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ w wished there wasnt bucii u thing as a mother-in-laIn tho world And Hetsy Tuclcor sat In tho sowing room altering over my dolman in tho spring style and I suppose she must have hoard me Dont mind It my dear said Mrs Edmonstone No I wontprotcsted Rachel Rut oh those shirts Ive been ripping them apart and sewing them together again and rounding oil a gusset here and tak Â¬ ing in a plait there until Ive got bo that I dream of era at night and the more I try em on the worse they fit and the more unreasonable Tom be- Â¬ comes My mother never mado such work of it as this says he Thomas forgets observed Mrs Ed- Â¬ monstone severely And I am sure if things go on like this added Rachel pushing her short brown curls olT her forehead it will end in a separation on account of in- Â¬ compatibility of temper No it wont my dear said tho mother-in-laHere get mo tho pat-Â¬ tern and somo shirting muslin und a pair of scissors What are jou going to do mother eagerly questioned Rachel Im going to make Tom a shirt Rut dont you tell him Rachel Well see whether it is Tom or the pattern that has altered Onco more the mischievous light camo into Rachels bright blue eyes I wish all the world were mothers-in-la- w Why she cried gleefully didnt I think of this before Ono cant think of every thing child said Mrs Edmonstone consol- Â¬ ingly Thomas Edmonstone welcomed his mother cordially when ho came home from business Im so glad youve come said he We can have somo of tho nice old fashioned dishes now Rachel cant seem to get the hang of them although she has always had your book of re- Â¬ cipes to guide her Rachels a good deal better cook than ever I pretended to be said Mrs They have patent egg Edmonstone beaters and cream whlppers and raisin secders and all that sort of thing now that they didnt havo in my day I never tasted nicer bread than Rachel makes and these pop overs are deli- Â¬ w w cious - K littlo laugh I plead guilty I did say that Rut oh mother It was under such strong provocation and I never meant you llow could I when you have always been so good to mo 11 knew it couldnt bo true said Mrs Edmonstone settling herself in the easiest rooking chair and nodding Rut how hor cap strings comfortably camo you to tnako that speech Rachel about mothers-in-law Ohl cried Rachel with a hysterical 1 iifgoneral fe Thomas always was aggravating said Mrs Edmonstone stirring tho cup of toa that Rachel had brought her And what was it about now The breakfast cakes 01 you remember about tho break Â¬ fast cakes dont you said Rachel with merry mischief sparkling in her eyes No it wasnt tho breakfast cakes this time it was tho shirts Tho shirts Will you know ho said it was such a wastoful extravagant proceeding to explained buy shirts ready made Ho said tho linen was poor Rachel and tho work regular slop shop style and lie declared you always used to make his shirts at homo overy stitch bef oro ho was married So I- - did acknowledged Mrs EdRut tfiat monstone with a groan was In tho old times before you could buy such a good article as they havo now shirt lYes but Tom doesnt make any al Thomas said Mrs Edmonstone sol lowanco for difference in times and cus- Â¬ emnly transfixing hlm with tho glisten- Â¬ sighed Rachel lie wanted ing spheres of her spectacle glasses toms home mado shirts and homo mado shirts mado that you aro not very pollto Â¬ Â¬ He was so aggravating It was Tom said tho young wife Youre just saying that to encourage said Mr Edmonstone with an Things will run incredulous smile smooth now youve come Thats one comfort Oh I shouldnt think of interfering in Rachels kitchen said tho old lady Please do mother coaxed the wife not without a certain quiver in her lip Do let Tom have a reminiscence of tho old days while you are here Well just as you children say good conceded tho mother-in-lahumoredly She remained a week at her sons house during which period of time Tom was all exultant complacency This said he Is something like living I feel myself a boy again when I taste these apple fritters Theyre not bad said Rachel who had made them with her own skillful hands And she helped herself to a little of the sauce And why didnt you learn ray moth- Â¬ ers knack of making such pie crust as this demanded Tom Theres no dys- Â¬ pepsia here Im glad youre pleased said Rachel with a guilty glance at her mother-in-laOh by tho way Tom tho last of the set of shirts is finished now Will you put it on to morrow I suppose so ungraciously uttered Tom Win set like fury I dare say like all tho rest of theml You might nt least give it a trial Didnt I say I would still mora un graciously Those shirts will bo the death of mo yet he added turning to his mother with a groan while Rachol sat steadily observing tho pattern of tho tablecloth The breakfast stood smoking on the tablo next morning when Mr Edmon stono camo into tho room twisting him- Â¬ self as If ho wcro practising to bo a Mrs Edmonstone human corkscrew glanced timidly up at him Doesnt It fit Tom she questioned Fit Just look at It will you ho Fit Hangs llko a window retorted curtain around my neck pinches my wrist llko a pair of handcuffs I feel as writhing If I were In a stralt jackct Oh I might impatiently to and fro You havo known it bo forehand havent an idea what tho word fit means I wish mother you could teach this wife of mine now to make a decent Rachel w w In 1859 the American Minister refused to kowtow but he did not get an audi- Â¬ ence Again in 1873 our Minister F F Signs of Progress in the Flowery Low refused to perform the kowtow Kingdom although the Chinese foreign Minister offered to burn incense in front of the The Emperor Inaugurates Some Now President but the Emperor settled theÂ¬ matter himself June 29 1873 by receivMeuHuren and Give Ynurly Audi Â¬ ing in person the Japanese Ambassador ences to the AnibawAudors separately and afterward receiving the of Other Countries Ministers of tho United States Great an- Â¬ Britain France and Holland and the A decree has been issued at Pekin nouncing that tho Emperor will grant latest news Indicates that the son of a yearly audience to all foreign Minis heaven is going to be positively polite to Ambassador as well as merely nega- Â¬ ters tively courteous to them That is not much in itself says the New York Sun but taken with a simi- Â¬ BROWNS IRON BliTERS lar piece of news from Siam a few Tmiifwjitinn TUliniKiuom DviUMiDsla Mala months ago that the King had decreed riua ria Nervousness and Gcnoral Debility Fhysi that his nobles need no longer approach ctens recommend It All dealers sell It Genuine him on their stomachs it goes to indi-Â¬ hs trade mark and croaacd red lines on wrapper cate that what we call Western civiliza- Â¬ tion is beginning to work even among yy iy y i sygyy the most conservative of peoples KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY k The Emperor of China is the might- Â¬ 1ILUK GKAS UOUTK iest of all rulers in his own estimation zds He is The Son of Heaven and Father of His People equal to tho gods whom he graciously consents to worship and SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE quite above the necessity of being po- Â¬ FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY lite to representatives of foreign Gov- Â¬ ernments So only occasionally when TO ALL POINTS ho feels as if hed like to look at the foreign devils has he ever granted audiences to the Ambassadors and Min- Â¬ NORTH EAST WEST isters from other countries and his new AND SOUTHWEST wiv tniunj nnrl READ AND BE CONVINCED oiy reiuseci io penonu it iiMnnMMit otlleials have Insist- Â¬ though the Chinese the world to Mother pleaded Rachel trying to ed In most Instances they have had No Guess Work About Dr Dyes yield on the point und the audiences put her hand over tho old ladys mouth tro-Voltaic Belts and Appliances did duty for but Mrs Edmonstone resolutely per- at which a yellow curtain enlivened bv Thoy do Their Work Thoroughly the Emperor were not sisted and Well And its my advice to you to try to the spectacle of gentlemen In gold laced uniforms or in dress suits kneel EMPHATIC INDISIUTAHLK HVIUKXCK treat her as she deserves I 1 dont know but I have been ing ungraciously and ru filing both shirt rather cranky of late said Tom self- Â¬ fronts and tempers In acrobatic per consciously now that I como to think formances for which their garments We publish the following loiter from were not adapted of It persons who have kindly given us their Â¬ The Dutch Ambassadors In I0rr per- consent to do mo Ah will be observed Cranky I should think so said I dont know formed the kowtow before the yellow these letters were all received hiring the Im sure the old lndy Â¬ what the worlds coming to Heros curtain hoping to receive valuable con- month of April of this year ISDland had been told are from prisons alllicted with various little Jeorgy toddling around with his cessions for trade They wooden cart The first you know hell that tho Emperor would send them diseases lhese letters do not constitute be tolling his wife about the wonderful food from his own table they got mure than one tenth of the letters of some sheeps trotters on a dirty plate similar import received by us during the successes his mother used to make In this and that and tho other thing by way of food from the Emperors ta- month of April We publish these letble and further received permission to ters merely as a samjile of the letters of Weve all got to come to it And toorgyll be right said Tom send an embassy every eight years and recommendation ami praise that we are who after all had a magnanimous four ships with it Again in IOU2 tho daily receiving from ditlerent parts of What a crab the Dutch Ambassador abased himself the country Since our business was streak through him Hang the home made shirts but Holland got no greater benefits established nearly twelve years ago we Ive been Chinese than did Ill buy em out of tho store next from the whose representatives other have received more than ten thousand had letters of like character You will ob time Kiss me Rachel and you too countries In 1793 the first serve that some of tiiene letters are from not kowtowed mother And be sure you let me have Rrit persons who purchased our Appliances treat from a dish of scalloped oysters when I Ambassador had an several years ago which is the very best Macartney Lord The oysters RaÂ¬ ain come home to dinner audience with the yellow curtain and evidence of their lasting qualities and chel cooked He ate his breakfast and departed did not do either the kowtow or san permanent worth and since which time And when ho was gone young Mrs Ed- Â¬ kwei klu kao but when Lord Amherst we have made some valuable improve- Â¬ monstone looked with shining eyes at arrived in China in 1810 the ceremonyÂ¬ ments If you doubt the genuineness of was demanded of him and on his re- these letters just write to any one of old Mrs Edmonstone Oh what a nice thing to have a fusal to perform it he failed to obtain them enclosing stamped envelope for a sight even of the yellotv curtain and reply and you will be convinced mother-in-lasaid she fervently VOLTAIC BKLT CO left Pekln the very day ho reached Fireside Companion Marshall Mich there -- l 11 ln 1 1 it rkui ItML tllfit In m I Elec- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w CHINESE ETIQUETTE i y yyryi7 April 15 1811 j Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Kind Sirs My husband wore your Voltaic Uelt for one year and has not worn it for nearly two years since will be two years in May and he has not felt any pain about his kidneys since leaving 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 the doctors could not relieve him but your Belt soon relieved him of pain and gradually strengthened his kidneys until he was entirely well and he now enjoys the He had a friend of very best of health his to try your Belt and it cured him also I have a friend in Effingham 111 who want one of your Belts He asked me to write for one of your pamphlets o kindly send your pamphlet to P C Davis Kffingham III by return mail as he wants a Belt right away Tkkrk Hautk InJ KIDSKY W3KASR No 228 Noktii 13th Sthkkt SSI 38 wuSfotSiJJSiJZI75 Very respectfully yours Mrs Katk Davis varicocele departure is therefore particularly striking and in its nature a very strong precedent for his successors In fact if he really does as ho says ho will do his CtnayoiimadDein h3weklhaIvil r Kl r Just as I used to mako shirts for you in tho old times ly sppko Mrs Edmonstone that youre always sighing after Ivo And and Tom swore dreadfully tho been working at It ever slnco Ivo been first time heput pno on In tho house Throw nway tho pattern I dont in tho least doubt it Rachel and dont waste any moro tlmo And ho toaid thoy set llko meal bags trying to make yqur husbands shirts and that thoy twisted his neck arouud she udded Its an economy of time sis if he had just been hanged and and tenlpor us woll as of money to buy grasped him on the shoulders like a po them roudvTinado And as for tho cook- Â¬ toll you what ho ing you hrtvo been praising up so olo lteman Ok I didnt sayl qucntly all tho time Ive been hero HRluss m6t sid Mrs Edmonstone Torn I havent touched a pot or a pan Hatokl tki his mothers shirts sot Its alt your wifes work Ho much for fHtyj1 Wm perfectly imaglnatlbnl Oh you nocdnt hang liktia glpvt wUtwky oouldrntfl trurn your head so sheoplshly youre noithor tboM And it was bettor nor worso than most mon went ajNtfCMufthe on Mrs Edmonstone I never w the i4lyjinripjhercomfortable neck man yet that didnt need to hear a little old laAra plump kthmt Float icy rUd amUiold him I wholosomo truth now and then Youve reflective- Â¬ Yes I mado them You wore a great gooso Shirt jj You mother Yes I myself oat outajtfike thenrnajear successors will have to follow htm for tho customs of the Chinese are as the laws of tho Medes and Persians they alter not unless the Emperor has a mind to change them A feature of the so called audiences which up to 1873 were granted to the foreign Ministers was the ceremony of the kowtow insisted on by the Chinese court functionaries generally resisted by tho foreign Ministers occasionally and since 1873 always graciously waived by the son of heaven and tho father of his people It was an abasement to the ground of the body of a person ap- Â¬ proaching tho Majesty of China and a knocking of the head or that person upon the ground a certain number of times to satisfy tho demand of court etiquette and like so many other things In China It was founded by Con- Â¬ fucius though the sages book Ll Ki doesnt say a word about it Tho word kowtow It is spelled also kotow hotou kotoo kootoo kotau kotl and has been adopted into tho En- Â¬ glish language is derived from two Chincso words kow iow meaning a knocking of the head It is the eighth and highest grade of obeisance rendered only to the Emperor and his equals tho gods and though we speak of It always as tho kowtow that name Is applied properly only to tho fifth grade That consists of kneeling and knocking the head onco upon tho ground The sixth grade Is the san kao the performer kneels and knocks hisi head three times The seventh grade Is tho luh kao it consists in kneeling and knocking tho head thrice rising kneeling again and knocking tho head three times more Tho eighth grade is tho san kwoi kiu kao which is tho kowtow performed three times All tho time too that the san kwel klukao tho three kneellngs and nine knocklngs Is going on tho Imperial band plays to the tuno lung Alto Â¬ ping a splendid humiliation the Chinese nobles who havo gether tho privilege of an audienco must be dovoutely grateful that the Emperor is no higher than tho immortal gods Now this kowtow moaning the obol sanco of tho highest grado is per-Â¬ formed by the Kings of Cochin China Korea and other tributary Statos when thoy are confirmed by tho Emperor In their succession to their thrones and as Sir John Francis Davis In his book on China points out Is exactly tho samo as tho homage performed by tenants in capite in the feudal times and there- Â¬ fore Is an ovort recognition of tho Em Â¬ peror of China as over lord of tho per For this son making tho kowtow reason the Ministers and Legates of forÂ¬ eign Government have almost lnvaria- - mtmmit Point W Va April 18 1891 This is to certify That I have been afflicted with varicocele for several years and that I have worn for a few months one of Dr Dyes Voltaic Belts with Suswhich Belt and pensory attachment Suspensory I purchased of the Voltaic Belt Co of Marshall Mich This is to FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ certify also that I have been entirely TON AND CINCINNATI cured of varicocele and greatly benefit- Â¬ of fgyScHKnuLF in Effect May 10 1891 ted in every way by the wearing givethe it above mentioned Appliances I as being my opinion that it is absolutely No 3 necessary tor one afflicted with varico- Â¬ No 5 Aocnm No I South Bound Daily Daily Daily cele to wear Dr Dyes Voltaic Belt and Express Fst Le Ex Sun Suspensory Appliances even if he is I 8 Unm 8 00 pm 3 00 pm taking other treatment Cincinnati 8 18am 8 08 pm 3 Olipm Covington Given under my hand this 18th day of Â¬ 1 Paris Lexington Paris Winchester Richmond Livingston Corbin Ar Le 11 12 1 1 Ar 19 I 18nm lOLIlpm 0 10pm April A D 1891 11 00 pm 7 00 pm William A Prich i 15pm urn 25 7 05pm IfWn nervous debility premature 7 55 pm 31 pm lOnn O VO WV 111 Middlesborough 7 35 pin Cumberland Gai 7 50 pm Le 4 50 pm Corbin Williamsburg 5 45 pm Jellico Ar 6 20 pm Le 1 50 pm Richmond 4 45 p in Lancaster Ar 5 20 pm Stanford Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich Gentlemen Seven years ago I bought a Belt and Suspensory attachment of you for nervous debility premature decay and kindred troubles and it cave such universal satisfaction I thought I must have another as the old one has become somewhat dilapidated Please send me No t No 4 No 2 pamphlet with price list at once as I do Daily Daily Noktii Bound not now remember your prices and tho Express Daily Ex Sun pamphlet you sent me at the time I can 7 00 urn Le Stanford not hud Please find stamp enclosed for Lancaster 35 O 7 50 am immediate reply I remain your obe Â¬ 10 15um Ar Richmond E Ckall dient servant 8 15 am Le Jellico o a Williamsburg Ar Corbin Cumud GnpLe Middlesborough I Mill Fairchiid decay etc -- Wis April 30 1891 a i 3 gas WIG CD OQ rt Iorhtu 2 3 u t c M Livingston Livingston 8 50nm 9 35 am t 33 am 6 58 am 9 25 am LOSS OF Oakville Louisa County Iowa April 10 1891 VITALITY AND NERVOUS DEBIL Â¬ ITY j Â¬ Ar Le Le O C 11 05 urn Richmond Winchester l tin t Lexington Covington laris W G 05 am Ar u 55 am 7 45am Le 7 00 am Cincinnati L Ar Ar 7 5tnm 10 49 am 10 55 am am 12 46 pm 1 40 pm 2 33 pm 2 00 pm 3 45 pin 2 45 j in 4 25 pm 5 40 pm 0 37 pm 5 50 pm i 45 pm 11 15 MUNHON Trav Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio Marshall Mich Voltaic Gentlemen Please find enclosed mon ey order for 20 in payment of balance I on Belt and Suspensory Appliance have worn the same for ninety days and it has done me a great deal of good I feel that I am completely and permanently cured I shall recommend your Belts and Appliances to all of my afflict Â¬ Yours ed friend and acquaintances Wm Racer with great respect Belt Co Â¬ S It Knott Poweksville Ky April 29 1891 Voltaic Belt Co Marshall Mich S F B M0llSK Asst Gen Pans Agt Gentlemen After a three months trial Office Chamber of Commerce Iluilding of your Voltaic Belt and Suspensory Ap Cincinnati Ohio pliance I am able to recommend it to No 2 Daily to nil points except Rowland any of my friends and I shall do all in Division which is daily except Sunday my power to induce others to try its vir No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cin- tues I believe that I am permanently cinnati cured of a disease of tlireo years stand No 2 Runs daily Â¬ C P Atmokk Gen Vth Agt Traffic Manager General Oilices Louisville Ky LOSS OF MANHOOD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No 5 Runs daily from nil stations ex cept tho Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday Daily betweeu Cincinnati and Lex No ington Nos 2 and G make connections nt Win chester for points tin tho N N it M V E I No 2 Curries through cars from Cincinnati to Middlesborough und Cumberland Gap and nil intermediate stations und runs daily 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing namely loss of manhood for which pleaso accept grateful thanks I inclose a list of names of men afflicted with dis Â¬ eases which your Belt and Appliances will cure Hoping that other men who may sutler from the loss of vitality and manhood as I have Buffered will avail themselves of your Voltaic Belt and Ap pliancea and be cured is the wish of your sincere friend Will French HORSE BILLS Printed in the best style and st lowest rates At tlilF office Send us your order tzSSb ope to any address Illustrated pamnhUt containingÂ¬ full particulars mailed in sealed envel -- VOLTAIC BELT CO Marshall UJiAl Mich mt amw -- 4 - A DEMOCRATIC SPEAKINGS AppoluliiitMitH of 3lNHn AN APPEAL Itrowii Alforil For llettvr Mull Fnrtlitlcin Throughout and llontlilok KitKturn Kentucky The State Central Committee nnitoun- We very heartily endorse the follow- Â¬ iVsthe following nssignmonU in the State ing which we clip from the Beattyville caiivao and requests county committees Enterprise of lost week to give ample publicity in the respective Under this caption last week was Tlie8veuking begins promptly something on the poor quality of service counties on the star routes generally at 1 r M each day It wan APPOINTMENTS POH Mil 1IROWN suggested that this was due chielly to The Hon John Young Brown will ad lack of sufficient pay for the work and tlrcrw the people at the following times that the low prices grew almost necessa- Â¬ rily out of the operation of the laws and places Pulaski county Monday governing the postal system The law Somerset provides that the carrying shall be done June 22 Stanford Lincoln county Wednesday by contract let to the lowest bidder But the law does not prevent one man June 24 from taking a hundred routes and it is Falmouth Pendleton county Friday certain that he can not himself carry on June 20 county Saturday all In fact he who bids for a hundred Bedford Trimble bids without the slightest intention of June 27 Catlettsburg Boyd county Monday doing any work himself He bids as a speculator he becomes a middleman bo June 29 Greenup Greenup county Tuesday tween the Government and the carrier on the latter he shifts the responsibility June 80 Thursday His intention is to make the largest pos Vanceburg Lewis county sible profit out of the route therefore July 2 Munfordville Hart county Monday to leave the carrier the least possible Â¬ Ashland ParK Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA four-year-ol- This question may bo answered in sevcounty Wednes eral ways Here is one way Greensburg Green Permit no contractor to take more than day July 29 Columbia Adair county Thursday one route Force that contractor to carry on that July 30 in person or by member of his The Hon M C Alford the nominee route If he can not do thi for Lieutenant Governar will fill the familv Force him to transfer his contract in appointments with Mr Brown in Ear turn toto to the person who can carry it in Kentucky person or by member of family day July 27 Â¬ Â¬ That is all there is in the operation of the present system That it continually July 8 operates to deprive the one who works of Harrodsburg Mercer county Saturday some part of the actual sum paid by July 11 county Monday Government for the work ought alone Louisa Lawrence to attract attention to it In these days July 13 when those who work are looking out Grayson Carter county Wednesday with a sharp eye after their own interJuly 15 Morehead Kowau county Thursday ests would it not be well to include the country mail system in the list of things July 10 July wherein should be some reform Stanton Powell county Friday The people know the importance of the 17 Beattyville Lee county Saturday Ju mail ervice and more especially of the star routes to the country people And ly 18 Jackson Breathitt county Monday these same people will find out before I breed sound highly finished trotters and havo Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return long how much of the money that should for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in tho land For July 20 on actual For furthcrinfortuntion sen n nvinirinn lr London Laurel county Wednesday go to the man who wears out his time sale nt prices basedcan he hudindividual merit Mares kept on application at regular rates D Ji Tnrinv ASnlailU Dirl LOXinglOlli lJi intAuTi is catalogues which and his horse in the rain and snow 11 July Barbourville Knox county Thursday spent for wine and terrapin at a grand hotel by the original contractor This is Official Directory of Wolfe County July 23 Bell county Satur- a thing that should not be the carrier Middlesborough is en filled to all there is in it day July 2 How shall he get it CIRCUIT COURT Williamsburg Whitley county Mon Scottsville Allen county Wednesday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-ol- July 0 profit Â¬ s Yearling exhibition 21M record 221i 2 03 record 222 third heat 220K lourth heat Trial Oct 0 1880 223 trial 217 Black horbc 15 hands 3 inches high foul Bay horse 15 hands ed June 15 1883 Bred nt Ashland Park 3 inches high foal Sired by BANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 Tho c iff Own brother to Lysnuder sire of Lysnnder handsomest son of Ilov 220X Watt 224H William Kearney his great sire aud 250 Lyunder Chief 1516 First dam Puttie Putchen trial 238 grnndam the handsomest of of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrino any trotting bred Putchen sire of the dams ofOuy Wilkes horse iu the United 210K Astral 218 Kosa Wilkes218K El Hour 217 aud States viru218M Cleora 218 21 others in the 230 list Second dam Mundy by Stanhopes Blood Sired by George Wilkes 222 Hawk sire of dam of Almont 227 J aud Aley Wilkes 22tJ Third dam Puttie by Downings Vermont Sire of Harry Wilkes 2134 Guy Wilkes 215K Mike Wilkes iturcr 21534 Wil sire of the dam of Enigma 223 Mtunbriuo Wilcox pacer son 210K So So 217 Bruce 240K sire of Kit Curry 218K Bell Wilton 2llK 21CK Kosa Wilkes 218 Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bon Jon Bunker 2lpK Flora Wilkes pacer iter Boy 223 aud sire of the dams of Abel 2 lUJfc Tom ltogers 220 etc Col Bradshaw 220X Nellv L 224 Gambettn 225 The King 320 223K Outlaw 220K Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet He is a beautiful black with right hind sire of Lorctta F 218tf A V Pnutllml ankle white stands 15 hands high and is 220 J Truro pacer 2223ft Lady M 223 a perfect horse all over having both bone Brookside Flora 229 and Leontinc 223 and substance combined with the form and the dams of Thornless 218K Cyclone finish characteristic of the cross he so well 223 J Grnnby 225 J4l Graceful 225and represents viz Hamhlctouian sire and MamHamletta 22tbrino Patchcn dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 226 i Capdemonstrated its value Of its many repretain Clay Drill wood and grnndam ot Mar lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire sentatives not one is the superior of Hermit da for not one has demonstrated the haute of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hookability to train on from year to year begin er sire of Maud Macey 2173 etc ning in the yearling form none are better Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced bred or better looking Blanche 225K by iurp Yorkshite sire As a sire he is of course untried his first of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black colts being foaled in 188i now yearlings Cloud 217K Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred ton miles in 2808 sire of Prince 227 season of 1801 at S20OTO INSURE the 100 at the money to be paid as follows The fee of Fayette Wilkes within the time of service and the other 100 when the reach of all and lower than that of any mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out- horse of equal merit in Kentucky side mares parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early SEASON 100 two-ycar-o- 5874 239i FAYETTE WILKES WEST CLOUD 5105 Out of tho latnof Black Cloud 217Kt hl sire out of the dam of Wilson 21G Bay horse foaled March 31 a d five-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ 1884 Bred iJRBl Asiuuna rurK at Sired by ABDAIiLAH WE8TMmh Sire of Wilkin 227 L First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 by Pilot Walker pacer La f r Secoud duru the Cluko pacing mare NoTB Abdallab West 2583 by Alt West 1st dam Miss Coons dam Of Wilson 210Ki by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio aud represented to bo by Browns Bellfoun der Abdullah West died at six years old Ho was the most promising colt ever bred West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black inane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks Ho is a powerfully built horse for1 his height aud has the most finished set of feet aud legs its possible to get on a horse of any breed As a he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handling ho trotted u half mile in 118 1 5 aud miles in his work in 240 At three years old ho was not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink ete He also done no work on tho As a track as a he was jogged and trained lightly more for the purpose of ascertaining If he was entire ly recovered than with a view of testing hh speed In a few months hu trotted a full mile in 238 aud half in 115 This bcason 1890 he served a few mares of my own and was not put to work until September aud his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 aud I am fully convinced be will with u seasons training trot in 220 I will let him servo 20 marcs season of 1891 outside of ten of my own at 00 THE 8EASON money duo at time of service or before removal of marc Tho usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 bhnuld sue not get in foal two-year-o- two-year-ol- d d five-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SDME Pot- Caveats nnd Trado JIarks otitalned and all ent business conducted for Moderate Fees Our Office it Opposite US Patent Office and wc can secure patent In Ices tlmo than thoso remote from Washington Send mode drawing or photo with description We advise if patentable or not free of charge Oar fee not due till patent is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with names of actual clients in your State county or town sent free Address Â¬ Â¬ 11 C Lilly Judge MectH second Mon day in January nnd July Mnrrs Coiiiinoiiwealtlis Attorney J N Vjiuphn Trustee of Jury Fund W F KlkitiH Olcrk of Circuit and Com tnon lMcari Court J F Vansunt Deputy Clerk 1 Â¬ 1 APPOINTMENTS KORW Consumption Cured The Hon W J An old physician retired from prac General will addres nee for Attorney the people at the following times and tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of places Saturday a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy Hickman Fulton county and permanent cure of Consumption June 27 Greenville Muhlenberg county Mon Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi day July 29 county tive and radical cure for Nervous DebilBreckinridge Hardinsburg ity and all Nervous Complaints after Saturday July 4 Hartford Ohio county Monday July having tested its wonderful curative pow ers in thousands of cases has felt it his 0 Princeton Caldwell county Tuesday duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motive and a July 7 Clinton Hickman county Thursday desire to relieve human suffering I will Â¬ HENDRICK Hendrick the nomil CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington D in COMMON PLEAS COURT S II Patrick Judge Meets Und Monday fiiMPaVHIEHyi 1 ichrutiry and Augiiht FViVtvtuwWjftji lH JTrKJCBeuKttOJr A T Conibn Mabter Commissioner C Â¬ Â¬ COUNTY COURT Tutt Judge Meets 1st Monday in cadi month Quarterly Court TucNilay after 1st Monday in March June September and December Joseph C Iykinx County Attorney James 11 Hollon Court Clerk C Hunk Sheriff T F Stamper Jailer If N Horton School Superintendent J F Ielfrey Coroner S M I GOLD DUST I Â¬ W O W Crewey Â¬ G B at to GOLD DUST is fi years old the 28th day of May 1811 Id hands high i beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet J3Ul HrondwRTtflF beautiful mane and tail His power style aud action are unsurpassed lie wns sired by Senator lllaekbiirn he by Dillnrd Dud ley he by John Dillnrd the gramlsire of Fein lcanitdtour 1KM llnrofrtk Phil Thompson record 211 KrFo MeCIotld rotlllr and honorablr by tliotp f send free of charge to all who desire it tlihrr CTTOuiiror oldtnd In Ihrlr and Nick sith records better than 22 July 9 cwnlnflltlwlirrftrlhr llr Anjr 11 Ls dam was sired by the Phillips horse thu ilu enr nork Carlisle county Friday this recipe in German French or Eng We fomlih erfrrlhlnr We f in juu lh No riik Fir to lurri Bardwell lounndtrula sire of Hlue Jeans he by Gen Taylor Ac ilrt for preparing j nurtparc mom nil or all your llmr to tlf wfttk 1 hit an and December lish with full directions Also at the same stabfes will be found thu July 10 rtillrtily urw lra1anl bring Momlcrful iiuttn l trtrj ikr Ilrplnnrra ar taming from Hi tlO District No 3 W H Dull Friday nfter elegantly bred young trotting stallion county Saturday and using Sent by mail by addressing and miirtiaflrra llttlo tiixrlrncclo We tan rwrftk ami upvnmh WicklWIe Ballard rurnliti you lh tm o rinlaln iilit mrnt and Ifath with stamp naming this paper W A lufKiiualluu lllr K yu Hit V rfircluAt UlHTlher lull 2nd Monday in March June September aud BAlMt July II fr6Ofr00rsecern nor L m iirown nil Monday in Tit IfK Block Rochester March June September aud December Trigg county Monday July 18 Noyis 820 Powers Cadiz Jyi Hopkinsville Christian county Wed- Â¬ N Y ST DO YOU WANT TO SAVE District No 4 P H Legg Saturday nft OM0OO FROM -- 3 to 50 CENTS ON EVEKY er 2nd Monday in March June September nesday July lf ONLY 1300 DOLLAR YOU SPEND If ho white mid December Isaiah Sponccr TucHtliiy who will serve a limited number of apt Madisonville Hopkins county Thurs after 4th Monday in March June Septem mures CATALOGUE FOR OUH iLLUSTKATKl at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT To Old Point Comfort and Ilturn ber and December day July 10 IS on the same terms us above On Tuesday Tufy 21st a special train CONTAINING ILMJBTRATJONH AN PIUCKS Scottsville Allen county Saturday IN OF KVERYTHINtf MANUFACTURED District No ft Preston Hollon Ird Mon will be run to Old Point Comfort from Dkhcuiition and Pkdiokkk March June Decem July 18 manufactur the United SrATEn atILLUSTRATIONS day inDavid Hanks September and Monduy Friday after 1st ber 10000 Monday Lexington under the auspices of the ers PRICES POST HOY JR watt sired by Post Boy Franklin Simpson county lines represented catalogue in March June September Untl December record 213 he by Magic sire of Clemuilu Main street Christian church July 20 District No 6 S S Itose Tuesday after G 215 Alice Stoner 224 Mystery 220 Only 1300 for the round trip and mailed free on application Munfordsville Hart county Tuesday Address 3rd Monday in March June September and fcc dam Mollie Kmcry sired by Strath special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO December I K OHnlr Saturday after more sire of Santa Claus 217 Tucker July 21 1st Monday in Murch June September and 210 Cricket 210V AdonU 2llJi Siuil those who go on this excursion No 178 West Van Bueen St Elkton Todd county Wednesday July colon 21ft Sister 218 M Hummer 211 December CHICAGO ILL Make your arrangements to go as this Charles Derby 220 Faustina 220 Bon MM most desirable District No 7Klia8 Shockey Wednes nie Wllmorc222J4 Bluteberry221Kand Morgantield Union county Saturday will be the cheapest and day after 3rd Monday in March June Sep u number of others In the 230 list POST onrttrtikalobrinr A YEAR excursion from Lexington this season July 2r K U Kose 2nd BOY JR Is u beautiful chestnut with no tember and December fflraren rtad and writ and who until Augusts Tickets good to return Monday iu Murch June September and De- marks 0 years old May lfith 1801 15 hands Monday July liiatrtKtlonwUI work Indotlrloulr Kddyville Lyon county 3 iuchea high ami gives promise of being ThmiaaaJ Hli fa rati and holders may stop at any of tho Vir- Tearln Ihtlr own localllietwhrrrrer Tkrea llrol will aleo fnrnlS cember they 27 heard from iu thu future among trotters lha iliuatlon or topoymrnMt h you rln urn that amount M Hurtoii Thursday Any one who is familiar with Shiners Pest ginia resorts on return trip District No Ho money for ma unlet aurceiiful at above Eailly and quickly learned I deelre tut out worker from each dltlrlct or county I Kentucky Knirri alter 3rd Monday in Murch June Septem Boy will readily recognize Post Boy Jr liar already liurul and royIded with emptomenl For explanatory circular Bee or address Dumber larra Vuncleuve who are making oyer cevnu a Trerearn And hut but not least will Hazel Green Sept 294 days lliriW ber and December Wiu IJMarch June TueH the same stables the well known ho found at Full tartlaularaVKKa1 Addrft at ona and MOIIl any railroad agent or day after 2nd Monday Sep aud highly V AJULEW Best An tutu Mala days Shelbyville July 154 tember nnd December G W Barney appreciated jack days W H Hohwkll 8EIT2C Eminence July OAMPTON POLICE COURT G A DkLono WITH days Harrodsburg July Dr J II Stamper Judge Court third CI IAS L BROWN General Passenger days Columbia August Monday in each month J P Hull Marshal Agent Lexington Ky WHOLESALE days Danville August HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT HollH of 1oetry Campbellsvillo August 114 days f at D S Godsey Judge Court Friday nfter who will serve mares same 10 TO INSUKB The man can plow and sow untl reap days r Nicholasville August 114 ASHLAND KY 3rd Monday In March June September aud A LIVING COLT on baa terms mi above also feed uml shear th sheep And no superior as it described This jack Sharpsburg August 11 5 days December J W Howerton Marshal Hut it takes the woman mud or grinning good breeder MAUPIN To keep tho house and do the spinning Lebanon August 184 days ttiAII eare will be taken to preveut ac Â¬ WJTH Aud to keep her temper always guarded LEE CITY POLICE COURT cidents but we will not be respenslbltt Maysville August 185 days nicely carded Huve the rolls she spins J T F DAY D Clay Hose Marshal There Is no record should they occur days Springfield August 2r And we are uusions to satisfy you of who is Police Judge nor when court i WHOLESALE DRY GOODS machine such work will do That our Lexington August 255 days NOTIONS UOOTtf SHOES be held We have completed the recent im- Â¬ days Uardstown Sept mills and our wool CATLETTanrilO KY provements in our fedl y navtlltl fort ont hare been made a days woik for ut br Anna Pafe Auttln Bowling Green Sept machinery ha been thoroughly carding iTeiaa ami J no Kuan Toledo Ohio QUISENDERRY repaired and is in fine working order CHARLEY paaaauvaaaaaaaaaaaaaaii neeut imnrteieflulDf aiweu nnr days Paris Sept FOR SALE AT THI8 OFFICE WITH lot foT Soma earn oyer M9UM Wo and is giving perfect satisfaction month You can do lha work and Mr days Cynthiana Sept 25 for 10 at hoiaa wherer ron ara Keen ba f are carding for 7 cents per pound or for Vlnneriareeatllr earnlnjr frontal days Eliznbothtown Sept 50 for 16a KitiUrAllacea W ow jeu botf one fifth A trial will satisfy you of the and atari jo Can work In tnarettma 100 for M96a days Winchester Sept trtg nose j HI wotk ourclainiB Respectfully Of kl lha tin LEADING eee raMureuBknowu awioflf them EzrL Mi Mi Company Dont wait until they r all rat Horse Cave Sept 154 days KKW nut wnn4atril Ianteulaie free LEXINGTON KY yl8ly rinrUmaMmhf but coma aud get tk MHAlIrH A C0M9H Ezel Morgan Co Ky now Glasgow Sept 28 1 days Â¬ fA A pamphlet of Information andab- strict of the lawsstiowtnK How Obtain Iuteuts Cuvcatu Trmle Murks Copyrights tent tqv Anbeor II Lacy Surveyor JUSTICES OF THE PEACE This combined young stallion will make ttie bcitbou of lbOl tit our stables iu Jlaad tireeii Ky and will serve mares at TEN 10 TO INSUltK A LIVING DOLLARS COLT money due when the mare fouls villi u lieu on the colt until the money is paid or if the mare is partetl with or bred to another horse the inonwy is then due DKStRIITICN AND PKDKIRKK rwMv Â¬ MONEY DiHtrictXo 1 S P Murphy Wednesday after 2nd Monday in March June Scittcm A It Laudrum Friday her and December after 3rd Monday in Murch June Septeui- ner una uccemiier District No 2 A F Johnson Thursday after 2nd Monday in March June Septem ber and December J II Vent Saturday after Hrd Monday in March J nne September Â¬ Â¬ I H - Â¬ Post Boy Jr f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3000i Â¬ 8I Â¬ Â¬ 225 285 44 45 WT Thos Henderson Son John Morgan i HH H CARPENTER 14 15 10 Old Papers 14 85 84 Louis Gus Straus CLOTHIERS JL Hazel Geeen Herald SPENOER COOPER WOLFE Cutmttoti Currency Editor KY Friday HAZEL GREEN - Juno 26 1891 fiils r ii BE K 9 The funerals of Mrs T K Tutt and Mrs Nancy Fulk will be preached at the M E church South at this place next Sunday at 11 oclock A M by Revs D F Duvoll and S P Chandler Every invited EASTERN KENTUCKY Dr J H Stamper informs me that daughter of S H Hose Lula Listen to Me Then Come and See Sayings and Doings of tho Citizens has been dangerously ill with fever and I have just received the largest and in Our Neighboring CountioB inflammatory rheumatism but is some nicest line of picture frames ever brought belter to Ezel and I know I can please you in I erulri Corronjion- A Ilcnrd and Soon Cox will prices considering quality The many friends of G W I also now dents and Hastily Writ ton up for bo glad to hear that he is some better carry a couplete line of sewing machine Army of Hondorn Our and mav fjet well parts shuttles belts needles rubbers etc also oil cans and a superior quality MORGAN A F Byrd and G T Center nre at tending Commou Pleas at Stanton this of sewing machine oil Respectfully Wont Liberty WUpn T F Cakr Jeweler week Some of tho finest fish nre being Ezel Ky 2Gj2t Tom Thumb June 23 caught hi tho Licking by parties fishing Free with their hands Some fish caught under OUR WASHINGTON LETTER A three months term at the Eastman rocks c by hand have weighed over Business College the best of the kind in Washington June 19 1891 five pounds One of our merchants in Mr Harrison has recognized the labor the world located nt Poughkecpsie N company with the pastor of tho Metho expenses dist church at this place tried their luck organizations by appointing Mr H J Y on the Hudson We pay all railroad in this way and the largest thing caught fcjchulteis of the District of Columbia for the three months even your particulars address with ref- Â¬ who is prominently connected with tho fare For was n water dog Sam W Meek Mgr Wo are sorry that our town officers ore federation of labor an additional mem Â¬ erence 153 and 155 Spruce street so negligent of their duty It is a shame ber of the immigration commission pro Â¬ Nashville Tenn for citizens to be disturbed by pistol vided for by the last Congress the duties shots on the streets at late hours of the of which will bo to proceed to Europe Wnntml and no ono to bring these offend for the purpose of investigating immi- Â¬ night Some one to take charge of the Hazel Mr Sehult Green Academy boarding hall Apply er to justice Circuit court should nsk gration The appointment of tho trustees to remember their obliga- Â¬ eis may also be considered ns a senii at once W H Cokd Prin oflical recognition of the Peoples party tions Wanted 200 dozen spring chickens Tho primary held here last Saturday recently formed nt Cincinnati as he was Also showed that Mr Atkinson of Powell by that convention named as one of the at 10 12 and 15c owing to size county was the strongest man in this District of Columbia representatives on 400 dozen eggs at lie J T Gevedon precinct for the nomination for Senator the national committee of the new party West Liberty Ky Ex Congressman Grosvenor of Ohio from this district Ho is worthy as nil admit By the next issue of Thk Her who was originally appointed chairman A Never Falling lteinndy of tho immigration commission and whose Meguimine the only permanent cure tho man will be known ald Tho Morgan Messenger will start on ill advised criticisms of foreign bom for all forms of headache and neuralgia its mission on the 27th inst We predict American citizens raised such a row a relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ for it a brilliant career as the editors are few weeks ago wired his resignation to utes For sale on positive guarantee at Secretary Foster and it was promptly The Herald office or sent postpaid by men of push and ability accepted It was such a relief to Secre- Â¬ mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box June 22 Elite tary Foster and Mr Harrison to receive Kiel Kvolutlonn Gen Groayenors resignation that they BIGSTAFF B Cecil a pushing farmer uenr tiiis rewarded him for sending it in by making QREAR J ATTORNEYS AT LAW place is tearing away his old building him a special Worlds Fair commission- Â¬ and putting up one of the finest farmers er a position that pays precisely the MT STERLING KY He same and which also includes an allow- Â¬ dwellings in this neighborhood the courts of Montgomery and Practice recently sold a six acre crop of last years ance for a trip to Europe There are adjoining incounties and in the Court of Ap tobacco for 445 and has ten acres in people malicious enough to say that peals anu Federal Courts tobacco this year Ho is also doing much Grosvenor would not have resigned if he AY HOUSE to improve the stock of this section had not been promised the other place Hazel ureen ky having tho largest collection of fine beforehand Mas IX U DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted ami brood mares of any man in this commuOffice seekers are always an unmitigat refurnished and the table is at all times sup- nity Plenty of such farmers would ed nuisance to those whom they suppose plied with the best in the market Rates and spelessen tho cry ot oppression especially in to bo possessed of influence with the ap reasonable Sample room attached rnnnivp nXil man Pn rl the mountains aGly nointine powers and a striking instance resuectfullv solicited James H Lackey who went from here of how they made life a torture tor tno to Minnesota six years ago is visiting friends of an estimable old gentieman relatives and friends in this vicinity He whoso goodness of heart prevented his is thoroughly impregnated with the third snubbing the whole tribo as they deserv Â¬ party influonco and is talking of making ed to bo instead of worrying himself sick us a speecii on the subject He was a in trying to got them appointments or dclcgato to tho great convention nt Cin- Â¬ promotions as the case might be has just AT THIS OFFICE cinnati recently come to light here The persecuted old Kinmcrson Vest who has beon visiting gentleman in this case is no less a per NOTEHEADS at this place left last weok for his homo sonoge than President Harrisons father-in-laLETTERHEADS tit Soldier Ky Rev Dr Scott who has been for BILLHEADS - Juno 23 Blurt months an honored inmate of tho White STATEMENTS House but who has now gone on an in Â¬ Utiles For Correspondent SALE BILLS who resides away Writo only news items of general inter Â¬ definite visit to his son MINUTES Dr Scott is est and aim to liavo them fresh and rel- Â¬ out nn the Pacific coast 1 BY LAWS J year ana fu iable Get all tho news and condenso it now In his eiguty tuira everything nt tho lowest prices bo Any and Give the seems a shame that he should have to hi as fow words as possible to get away fullest details in the caso of a serious ac- Â¬ sont across tho continent ofllce seekers but from the persistent T F- - CABfl Jeweler cident murder or suicide He such is the fact EZELKY Write tho name of your post offlco aud there is little that not resent this persecution on tho did seomed to liko it and his Write your most important nows items contrary ho only worry was that the heads of de Â¬ first would not make the appoint Â¬ Bo careful to spell all proper names partments which ho was con- Â¬ correctly and writo ovory letter in them ments or promotions stantly asking for and even insisting up- Â¬ plainly only recently that President You may describe usually severe lo- on It was becamo awaro of tho cal storms but in no other caso should and Mrs Harrison number and persistency of Dr Scotts you speak of tho weather tho heads of tho departments In giving personals dont mention calls uixin somo ono who had convinced visits among neighbors or to persons in in behalf of story that they thsaniojiart of the county unless they him by some plauslblo Vw Bv of receiving nn appoint are tended by some accident or somo oth- - were deserving servico a pro ment or if already in the or unusual event was extremely mortifying Dont puff anybody business unless motion and it Persuasion failing to stop Watches Clocks Jewelry it is paid for oa an advertisement Wliero to them both on this visit such puf please ono reader they offend him ho was sent Verily the way of tho political organ XpUED KELLAM several others WITH ono Tho backors of tho Na- Â¬ State facts only not gossip or opinions is a hard of tional Democrat have become tired S TIMMONDS M and stato them in abort sciUenucs throwing good money down a rat a pcible toVwrite notking for the pa to anyone Dont hole and unleaa a purchaser per can be found it will probably noon POUTSMOimi O aplSty ftPvRk of yeWr enemies at all utile you suspend tail pak kindly of them oftheni XT J CLARKE Tlioro are lota of WITH OtI timber the page of your manuscript highly sensational ruor8lomeSecretary XX as iorhy Hewn writo only on tkwt number tfw FWeV did attend tlw Ohio conven SiiKBrs Garson Hardware- Co tm iW of tfw paper and sign your name tion after not haying announced hi Intcn p 637 Woat Main Stvect k mHkc8 u taHnuUbtHly tl ji yitr Sub U t0 do w Rul wllRtdid go to Ohio LOUISVILJiitl LniqurerUthat he Â¬ Â¬ HAS At the county convention hold at this the entire vote cast for place yesterd all the landidatcs was 184 and divided AtkitiHon HI Hargis 38 as follow Kingo 33 and Wells 1 0 0 HankH J C Lykins John Rose and W A HyrdÂ¬ wbrc elected delegated to attend the dis- trict convention yesterday the day after tho convention had adjourned Important public busi ness interest is given out as the cause ot li8 mi gettig ftWfly n time to attend thJ cotVontiont but some how nobody ijjevei tnut to imVcbeen the real cam uGcrotlirv Noble who has returned to his duties says he has no intention of retiring frum the cabinet He certainly ought to know It is now stated with much positive ness that Gen Raum is to continue at the head of the pension office Mr and Mrs Harrison left yesterday with their grandchildren for their sea side cottage Mr Harrison will spend as much time with them as possble dur ing the next two months ytjr X vyvvv X fFWW r ri2iSfewK5a ti r nrj sr nrtrf7vrrrj s mfeitMilfil AND -- WHOLESALE AND KKTAtl DKALEBH IN ART PAPER HANGINGS INTEKIE BMlAf X0N Fourth Street CINCINNATI ft afci No 32 West O G W H MEARA President MITCHELL Secretary r c 0 734 - yE7S35y5J7iJ5kik A777Jyjyii GIEAPER SCHOOL BOOKS liavft jusl completed ar The umlersiLiied takes pleasure in aiiiiiiiuieing that they Mhwh Company thai will h ranee a I he follow n reduce i rates adopted by the State Hoard of ftliical imi lo y Now M McGufleyH Smnfl Primer SSiuximl Arithmetic ii u 8Ti Ilpviied Primer Third Arithmetic 17 ii Kclectic Speller 50 Kev to mime 17 ii Firat Header 8 Hijjli Arithmetic w ii Second Header 7 Kev to same 42 ii Third Reader SO Mctiutlevs 1st Eclectic Geography 1 55 ii Fourth Header 10 2d Kclectic Geography ii i Fifth Reader 1 80 Kclectic ueograiui M 8 ii Sixth vrd l The above choMook puUieatioM of the American Hook rmMUv ire r all times have a full simply on mi hvH staindards and we hall at t h Amerk- an Other s loo botks puWinht I tellers or pupils at the prices named hw pnu Cincinnati Book Company 137 Walut Street kon - 1 -- sumdieiromU CRAYERF cTiZirHAZEL GREEN KY W n cj g53fey MT ir i j TiwTi i UNDERTAKER AND OKAIKK IN COFFINSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds COFFINS OF ALL am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices i nish I can ti t ins cheaper very tmest KINDS ND SIZHS from the cheapest to the and trimmings Price of Coffins from K up I have i fine hearse tliun vou can buy the will deliver coffins cheap JkuI Â¬ FURNITUEE OF ALL KINDScu REPAIRED or I furnish TomUstoiies Monuments TUMDOlUllJiOI respectfully c very lowest prices Very ii uniroiiich that Marble from any kind ot or Granite and nt the t lAlift J l JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON i9MAmszL -- rA DKALEBS IK- - m S mm P Â¬ D Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals VARNISHES PAINTS OILS AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY elicited and given special The prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially care anu aiieimon m i uiiiuuhui lebo IV None but pure medicines and drugs used -- Â¬ 1M FBITOS General Merchandise line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Hoots to which he invites your Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines for cash attention and which he will sell at the lowest prices save monty When in search of bargains he sure and give him a call and youll mm e- T OASKJETV UKIRR IN HAZEL GREEN KY igy Carriea u complete Shoea w NEW Mt Sterling -- National KY Bank A FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY MT STERLING Capital S2BOOQO Surplus 940000 Wm Capital 100000 Surplus 16550 LEWIS A1TE11SON Pkksidknt H R FRENCH OA8iurit customer fairly Mountain hiislncss Ik respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every Mitchell Chas M Ouunus Cashier President The largest capital and surplus and indi vidual deposits than any bank in this sec tioi of the State Â¬ K S STRADER Suecessora to 74 B SON Co Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING J A Laii KY 80000 LKXINGTON Main Stbkkt Wholesale Dealers in KY Capital J JI G 200000 Suupiuh Â¬ Â¬ Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c ItKiSTAFF President L KIUKIATHICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o- - Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Turf ami Old Taylor We resiMctfullv Hollcit the hiisitiehH of incrtrmlors tllld llUHilieHH Hie chautH rmir II CIGARS AND TOHACCO Aiiit for Old Pugh Old lpppvr IULIAMKM live Keuenil hanking hunes done chance to Htynl you a hank honk MV our Old cheeks and loan vou money when In W W TltoMiHON Cash tlwi I it Vnutiirii KiMltllCkV A iet aSBertfr Â¬ Wholesale Grocers FANT JAMES PTHK 010 Hat House of W S Dickinson Co J YANKIE H JiENNElT with -- Cor Iearl Vine CINCINNATI Gloves Straw Goods Invites nil of his niouiitain friends and t s Hats Caps pccially the nierchaiits to givu him a call AND UMBRELLAS when in the city MHLUrOTHh Q 82 N Paint St loniiKiuj ov SEIP CO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD Ouly year --r r kinds JOB PRINTING of allHfcRAM Thf done oflicc