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SPENCER COOPER Ownornncl Editor SEVKXTIl YEAR TO Bzrurcwiv uwuamunu4 Mm HAZEL UltlSEX WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1891 III Ill mil II j OIWlIUI Illll II Green Heraux l Of ci Nofsy World Wltli Nows From All Nations Lumbring nt His fenclc - 100 A YEAR Always In Advance IW MM I HI I iYUMBEll 36 1 1 Ml W mW mm MtoI Wa Hh Hi am O mm II HUB -- S 1 J 1 A ft Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 in Effect May 10 1S0J wheat crop of Franklin county has boom harvested and the yield is said Ho a cause of tho lack of foreign born priests No 1 No 5 Accom to be very good of the same nationalities as those of our South Borsi Dnllv Dnllv Dally Mrs George Morton of Newport was immigrants Express Fst Lo KxSiui badly poisoned bv having her tongue iuciiiuntl hv 6 10 a in 8 01 pm 3 00 pm Fred Steinman an iron molder fa Covington punctured with a hat pin S lSiun S OS inn UOripm tally shot his wife at Chicniro and then tins Ar 11 18 am 10 Lightning htruck in n wheat field blew out his own inn 0 10in 11 IOiiii 11 UP nn brains The double trag Â¬ Lexington 7 00 pm near llopkinsvillo last week and the edy was caused by jealousy on tho part Paris o AT o- I lo 11 25 am entiro field of grain was consumed lop tn regarding Peter Winchester Ar 11 IOiiii 7 05 pm IJenuy Kkllku rode from Rlue Licks of Steinman boarded with tho Reis a car Â¬ Iticlimnnd penter who family I 35 nm 7 6o pm to Paris on u bicycle 22 miles making Livingston t ittttt 3 05 pm Pugh Prewitt a colored boy was oinin the run in two hours and 35 minutes 4 50 pin found lying MiddU tlioiongii front a John Djiydux is getting up u city Germantown in Tenn ofwith church near Cum burl and in j 7 35 pui 7 50 mil a butcher directory for Frankfort and heres a knife sticking in his breast Moso John Corlinr Le 1 fiOnni hopin he will mako n big success of it WllHiiuinburg son was arrested on suspicion fi 13 jun Danvilli will have a 100000 ElecJellicn Ar Postmaster General Wanamakor tric Clock plant The Reams Manufac JA 1 50 pm IN Murat Halstead lion William MeKin Richmond turing Co was organized there last week ley Lancaster IJSpm and Maurico Thompson were the Stanford READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Ar r 20 pm The stockholders of the Courier-Journspeakcesat the Woodstock Conn Fourth Co will meet and change tho name of July celebration No 2 No 0 No 4 Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 North Bound of that paper to tho Falls City Craw- Â¬ Daily Dally Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Tho Fraternity of Financial Express Daily Ex Sun fish of Wheeling which promised Our Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents a Le 7 00 am Robert Hilton who shot and killed 100 in a year by paying 4 1 found its Stan lord Lancaster 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Conts Our 7C0nm Win Hodnott at Bowling Green March Kiolimnnd Ar H 1 10 15am imu uig ami u lias gone up Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 27 1890 has been sent to the Peniten- liuunsu Lo A silver thimble lost six years ago lellico 8 15 am Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 tiary for life s 8 50 am HIMMIMM by Mrs John Starr of English Ind Williamsburg Ar e 3 c 0 35 am Kittie Kinchlow n servant o irl was found in tho liver of the family cow Corbin f accidentally set lire to her clothing at which was butchered last week CmnbM inpLu I lliun Middlcsuttrough 2 0 58 am uupKinsviue una was seriously burned t The son of W H Krause Corbin 0 25 am before assistance reached her of Seymour Ind died from the effects of Liviiiuotpn Ar 11 05 am lt Hon W 0 Bradley the acknowl- Â¬ drinking a half pint of whiskey that was Livingsta Le 11 15 am edged lender of the Republican party in left within his reach Richmond Le 0 05iui 12 46 pm All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Kentucky is dangerously ill at St JoAr 0 5iam I Hi pm A Utica Ind farmer lias a collie Winchester sephs Hospital in Louisville Iaris 7 15 am Half which means oU cents onthe Dollar M pm dog that knows every on the farm Lexington Le 7 00 urn 2 00 pm S 45 pin Geo Bader a German cigar maker by name and picks it animal a flock win n Iaris 7 A3 urn 2 45 pm 4 25 pin suicided by the rope route at Covington told to bring it home out of Covington Ar 10 4am SMOpm fl 37 pm Good 20 Friday Ho was despondent over the Ar 10 55am 5 50 pm 0 45 pm Governor Peck of Wisconsin has uinoinnjiM death of his wife n few weeks ago appointed John M Coburn of LaCross W L Munbov Trav Pass Agt The Carlisle Mercurv savs that tho county worlds fair commissioner vice Cincinnati Ohio wool trade amounted to S20000 in Nicdi- - Benjamin resigned if S It Knott c P Atmork olas county this season and that nearly 1 raffle Mnnager The 80000 Masons in Ohio will be as Gen Puss Agt 40000 worth of lambs were sold Gencrnl Oflices Louisville Ky sessed twenty five cents each per annum SMoiujk Asst Gun Pnsg Agt The peach crop of Hardin county to support tho Masonic home to be locat Â¬ Office Iin Chamber of Commerce Btillding promises to be the best raised in many ed at bpringfield Tin Â¬ PRICES GREAT STOCK TAK1XU SALE OF O ILATION F KhI o o- - STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK TyryzyTZrrtSZZZZSl KENTUCKY CENTRAL S- - lighted bv eleotrieitv gas having boon nbiimlonod last week Axiwnsox GutNTu n tobacco dealer of Hath county Inn made an assignment AM the express matter was saved but ho depot at Guthrie was destroyed by lire daily NiPonr is now Tin Argus Pat McDonalds paper at Frankfort is soon to bo published as a Secretary Foster refuses to make any terms with tho discharged plate printers of tho public printing olllco other than to allow them to go in again at the foot of the list of applicants The intercession mi me ivmgiiisoi inor lias neen iniiio and tho secretarys course is approved by the Federation of Labor Herr Caheusly who wants tho Catholic church in the United Stales Europe auized tells the pope that 15000000 Catholics have been lost to tho church be Â¬ RAILWAY SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI Xt6yScHEnuLE TO ALL 1OINTS kAZ5ZSOeiK7E2 infi ohass notrnv CLOTHING PRICE CUT 1 12 1 IQUISfcGUS STPftUS TWO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 al Â¬ hKs L BOYS DEPARTMENT Summer Coats at 2r w Â¬ f Cents - is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re HJWLF member you have the best assortment in Kentucky to select from igJThis fr Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky immwm i fPtSiii i fteUem Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC Ladies Delightful Home Six Departments MUSIC Central ART ENGLISH COMMERCIAL New Buildings and Furniture for catalogue S W jc268m Terms Reasonable Send KY PEARCY President WINCHESTER Hfil naiunaic B WmVWWmflLWlW If DEALER IN Uorrlnmi n riiinnti rutin rn Tinuiirn and a full Agricultural Implements yuccnonaic imnaiGjiincofaar Fish Bros Celeiirated Waoons Tiuer Jones U S Standard 0 Ton Waoon Stoddards New Climax and Scales price 00 with a written guar Disc Harrows antee for 0 yearn Evans U hgrse Corn Planters Repairs Tin largest htoek of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Kentucky Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill Cvlumiua Tkjer and GltANdEltSUIJCY side Plows Hay Ha k us Improved Malta Douule Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Â¬ Vulcan Chilled Plows best made F Avery Sons Steel Plows Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Â¬ Cutlery Shears and Builders7 Hardware a Specialty East aide S Mavsville Street MT STERLING KY -- PTflTlU hi i i k A Model Restaurant in Almost IVcnIi Oysterh nt all seasons JL M113 JlJLlSirAliJSIUi 12 West Short Street mui Bk WTllWjiWa id i i mm ima hi w l KWllri IWMMWmomiJf i i wrr3rt m y im m mm ma LEXINGTON KY Every Feature New York Counts and SEATING CAPACITY ISO Blue Points Saddle Hock Mobile Counts r Meals to order at all hours Delicueies of the buasoii nlwuyb on liuiid The most eomnliite and niodeni kitchen in the State Among the recent nddltlom is a Miller Improved Range the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at taehuumts two la rue broilers and hot and cold water reservoirs This niinju will cook o tho kind in anything from a half a heel to a tld blt of sweetbread and is the only REGULAR MEALS 26 CENTS Kentucky A hearty welcome and tho most courteous treatment to all oe GUS LUIGART Propviotov novJIly Clnolnnatl OFiio The largo Cook locmotlvc works of No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Paterson N J employing 1000 men Division which is dully except Sunday No 1 will close down in a few days owing to Ituns dally from Lexington to Cin Â¬ cinnati u mines in me ousiness No 2wItiindullv Charles Batby a tinner aged 18 No 5 Huns dally from all stations ex years fell from a building at Carlo Ills cept the Itowlnnd Division which is daily rhurbday sustaining injuries which will except Sundny was tried at Harrodsburg last week for prove fatal No 3 4Taily except Sundny No 4 TDiiUy between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ wearing male attire but the case dis Eight Arizona Indians havobcen nr- - ington missed and a pleasant homo found her uy vjuumicj ioroin ior destroying Nos and 0 mako connections Win The Phoenix Hotel at Lexington has laud marks and threatening the lives of Chester 2for points on tho N N M at E V D been sold to a syndicate for 1750U0 settlers cars from Cinein VarrCH tro and 100 rooms are to be added to it J natl Cliarlea F Underbill president of Gap to Middlesborough and Cumberland H Davidson will continue to oporato it and all intermediate stations and runs the Flour City Life association is under The silver tongued speakerof Virginia arrest at Rochester N Y on charge of daily 4 if not of the South Hon John W Dan Â¬ forgery IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 iel of Lynchburg Va addressed the Haines aged 13 years had Chatauqua Assembly nt Lexington Sat- Â¬ half Charles hand 4 THE of ono torn off by a chopping urday machine in a basket factory at Newton An ex convict nnmed Sanderson sent Falls O OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE up from Graves county Inst week got Mr Amos Fnnty and his wjfo were tudgment for 1000 against the Masou mrown irom a miggy by a runaway horse for injuries received while in Newport News it Mississippi Valley Co at Shelby ville Ind both being badly in their employ as a convict IK D jurcd Gov Bryan has issued a requisition A horse and buggy belonging to John WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA on the Governor of West Virginia for Donhart was stolen at Seymour Ind BALTIMORE NEW YORK George Venters charged with stealing while the owner and his wito wero shop OLD POINT T1IEJ3EA SIi6rE personal property and the wife of Col O ping And all EauteVn Cities M Parsons of Pikevillo 00 Tho farm of The socklesa 8tateinan Tory Simpson sel of Jackson housewas Rev DH Whct Â¬ t TIlO lllrnif Ttnn O struck by light and President Pollc of tho National ning and CINWOLOUISVILLE instantly kilied one of his chil- Â¬ Farmers Alliance both failed to show up dren ttlULOUIor KANSAS CITY nt the big Alliance meeting at Owciih- MEMPHIS 0JATTANOOOA Susan Vat and Sam Frank wero ad boro About 2000 pcoplo wero present judged insano at Millersburg O Thurs Â¬ And alljrpints West and Northwest and The celebrated Megibbon Bedford bull day and will bo sent to tho asylum South and Southwest crse winch has been in tho courts for Fast Fast AIM Aocom A natural gas explosion in Mrs Krafourteen years was decided in the Wood Express Dally Dally mers cook stove nt Dayton O demol Â¬ KA8T UOITM ford Common Pleas Court at VernailleH Dally ox Sun ex Sun last week tbo Megibben heirs securing a ished that handy kitchen utensil yerdict for 9000 and cost Thirteen glass factories at Findlay Lexington Le 0 15pm 7 35 am 5 45nm 7 00pm 8 23am 7 lOpm C A Board of Scott county was O have shut down for two months and Winchester Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52nm 7 45jiii over 2000 men aro idlo thereby last week endowed for State Senator by Olive Hilt ojipm 10 40am 10 00pm Two Mount Vernon O girls fero Ashland the Democrats of Woodford and as tho 10 30pm 12 15pm balance of power lies with Woodford ho found with Robinsons circus at Nowa 10 43nin 12 28pm Cattlettsburif secures tho nomination over Col II M u and sent Home lliititiugton Ar 1107pm 12 50pm ltttM McCarty of Jessamine tho district em Japans display nt tho worlds fair is WKHT no UN I bracing the thrco counties named assured by tho appropriation of 000000 Huntington Le 1 20pm fl 00 am SrATi of Ohio City ok Toledo 1 30pm ONLY 1300 uattiettsiiurg 0 25 am HH 1 50pm 0 37 am Ashland i Lucas County Olive inn To Old Iolut Comfort mid Itutiirii 3 03pm 8 2iin 4 00 am Cheney makes oath that Frank Mt Sterling 4 32pm 10 27 am 0 25 am ho is the senior partner of the firm of F On Tuesday July 21st a special train AVinehestor i ftspm 11 15 am 7 15 am J Cheney Co doing business in the will bo run to Old Point Comfort from Lexington Ar 5 30pm12 05pm 8 05 am City of Toledo County and State afore- Lexington tinder tho auspiccH of tho LlMITKl VK8T1HULKD KxviiKHH ruusdnily said and that said firm will pay the sum Main street Christian church of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for Only 1800 for tho round trip and and has Vestibiiled Pullman Uudet Sleeiiers between Louisville each and every caso of Catarrh that special low rates nt the Hygela Hotel for Now nrlc mill OldLexington Washington Point Comfort This cannot bo cured by the use of Halls those who go on this excursion train is made part of the celebrated Mako your arrangements to go us this Catarrh Cure X1 FRANK J CHENEY will be the cheapest and most desirable Kast or Huntington on the Q route Faht Mail Tiiainh run daily except Sun- Sworn to beforo me and subscribed in excursion from Lexington this nenson my presence this ith day of December Tickets good to return until Augusts iiiiy ueiween Jexiiigton anil Jllintliigton Make direct connections atlluntlneton with sA 1 1880 and holders may stop at any of tho Vir- Â¬ C O At Ashland with 8 V Ry At j seal f A W GLEASON ginia resorts on return trip Winchester wills K O Jt Notary Public For explanatory circular see or address Hoiitn iioumi and at Lexiigton north Land with A N L S ami C N O AT P ItallroNik Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally any railroad agent or LwYivriTiiv t vii rtt ti and acts directly on the blood and mu Â¬ O W IUhnhv JUTION daily except Sunday Connects wt cous surfaces of tho system Send for W H IiOSWKLL Winchester to and from K O jmlnts and testimonials free O A DeLono at Lexington with L S R It for Louisville F 7 CHENEY A CO Toledo O OH AS L IJROWN General lWngcr For full Information In regard to flutes B6ySold by Druggists 70c Agent Lexington Ky Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or coiiiiccuiig lines or to rou Malaria IndfRcitlon and H 13 HlLNTINnTON 0 L Rkown Neuralgic Iersons itiooo mrW Weakness V P and O M And thoso troubled with norrousneu resulting a P A lllllousncss tnko from care or overwork will bo relieved by taking LKXIXOTON KY IIUOWNS IKON 1IITTEH8 Ilrotvna Iron Jtitters ocnutne It cures quickly For lo by ull dualcrs Id G W IlARSKV W 8 IlAKKlfiOX years It is estimated that 50000 busii els will be shipped from that county The Democrats of Pike Martin and Johnson counties have nominated Hi Williamson of Pike county for the Leg- Â¬ islature It is a Republican district Mollie Moore a pretty country girl Â¬ iu-ui-- I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ir v - ur tiik bu trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper racdldne Get tbo kcuuUio O A Lcxliijfton Ky 0 A AUnd Ky h tv T f i tfjum 4 tho ground a llttlo moro lovel and put tholr horses to a gallop for Lukes rescuer Suites of the South Still another railroad knew that a long rido was before them connected Corinth with Jackson In Wnst Two or threo miles away they met a body of Tennessee Grant at onco saw that i ho obtained posguerrillas returning session of Corinth tho enemy would hnvo Halt tharl WhoboyouunBan wharyo gwlnel their leader cried when thoy were no railroad for tho transportation of armies or supplies until that running cast from within a few rods of them I am Major Ncff on my way to my com- Vicksburg was roachod In fact it was tho grout strategic position at tho West bo mand Albert promptly answered Yo nrl Wall I tell yer Major yed bet- Â¬ twoen the Tennessee and tho Mississippi ter look a loouo out kaso th roads ar rivers and between Nashvillo and Vickspourin by th burg swarmin with Yank General Grant at once put nil tho troops millions down on tor Nashville Weve been n runnln from them till were nmost tuck at Savannah in motion for Pittsburg Landing It was his intention to march from ered out I must join my command and wovo got this position in Corinth as soon as Buell fast horses so I dont think theres much with his army from tho Ohio should arrive danger of tho Yanks catching us Did you and tho west bunk of the river was to bo tho starting point meet uny of my monl Coloiiul Mason wns thrown well to the No front in tho orignde of tho bravo old Gen That Is strange They wcrotomcctmo on tho Clarksvillo road Well hurry on for eral II M Ircntiss Lukes regiment was tilled with recruits which were almost wo cant afford to miss them camp Mnny of the friendly cloak of night concealed hourly jwurmg intoyoung men frosh from The new soldiers wero Captain Masons uniform from view and shops and the guerrillas could not seo whether it was tho farms counting houses smelt powder stores who had never yet blue or gray ero long to learn A milo further on they came upon apartof but who wero destined something of tho terrible realities of war Major Neffs men a remnant from the attack Arkansaw of tho night before and they all traveled ton and lull Tom Corporal Max Ned Cot Snow who wero still with the regiment had become a sort of body guard for tho new Colonel Though not cm his stalT they wero always near at baud in hours of danger The Colonel camo to love these four vet erans llko brothers aud even though Max did grumble be knew ho could bo rolled on when hard lighting was required Wall Kernel dont vcr think were gwino ter hevu light purty soon I asked Arkansaw Tom ono morning strolling into Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ISfr Murderers are usu Â¬ ally too cowardly to pcrpotrato tholr holn otw crimes hi daylight At dusk tho sound of horses feet com- Â¬ 8PJCN6ER COOPER Publisher ing down tho hill reached tho eur5 af the captlvo who was sitting at a window of HAZEL GKEEN KY tho houso thnt formed his prison and ho saw a small party of Confcdornto cavalry approaching tho old mill Tho regularity SIXTY AND SIX of their gray uniforms mado It easy to dis- Â¬ tinguish them from guerrillas Font dotlclum dotnus Maiitiau Luke had liltlu hope of their bolng able to rulonso him for they woro outnumbered IKht of tho morning t Darling o dawning by tho guorrtllns flvoto ono It might bo Blltho little lltho ltttlo daughter of mine I even possible that they would not enro to While with theo ranging intorfore with thesu partisan freebooters Suro Im exchanging It was too dark for bun to distinguish Sixty of my yearn tor lx years like thine faces nnd whon they hnd dismounted and Wing can not vlo vrlth thee dlstwrsed among tho buildings about tho old lghtly I tly with thoe mill ho forgot all about them Gay ns tho thistledown ovortholoa Others woro coming and going and the Life 1a all magic Comic or tragic subdued buzz of voices constantly reached Played as thou playest It dally with me bis cars His room was dark as ncithor lamp nor candle had been lighted and tho Floating and ringing guards at tho doors and windows looked Thy merry singing Somes when tho light comes llko that of tho like silent statues Where Is hoftivotco at last asked birds Thoro was something peculiarly familiar in List to tho play of ill That Is tho way of It that voice but Luko was unable to tell to All s In tho music and naught In tho words whom it belonged Glad orcricMadcn Tho sound of footsteps approaching his Bchubert or Haydn prison door reached his cars and next Ilullad of Krln or merry Scotch lay moment tho samo strangely familiar voice Llko an evangel was heard speaking to tho gunrd Somo Bomo batty nngol ono entered tho apartment and coming to Drought from sky nursery stealing away Lukos side asked Suroly I know It Ar jo tho prisnori Artist nor poet Itwns too dark for fentu res to bo recogmy trensuro of Jubilant hours Ouoisos nized at oven a foot Sorrows what arc thoyl I am tho prisoner answered Nearer or far thoy Haint yo Captain Mason Vanish in sunshlno llko dow from tho lowers Hazel Green Herald their diabolical work East and tho other lending to nil tho cotton Mlf V f tall AJI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CTI tKH1VSVO Â¬ tho voice asked in an uudcrtouo thlno No though I have certainly heard your Age Imakollghtof ltl voice before Fear not tho sight of it Dont yo Times but our playmato whoso toys nro di wounded rob remember Dick Sliced tho at Fort Donclson who told vine Thomas Wcntworth Hlgglnson In Century ye bout Captain Noff glttln away Of course 1 remember you butl thought you a badly wounded prisoner 1 warnt so bad hurt cz I lot on I only did that tor git away an I dono It an Im bore 1 jvas at tho Iiojso last night when Thrilling and Romantlo Story you tins charged it And you got away of tho Lato Civil War Yes I run nt tho first an wasnt seen except by a cussed nlgrer who run mo threo milo inter a swamp and shot at mo a dozen IIY JOHN It MCSICK times 1 laid fur him an knocked him Airrnon or Duo ram aoainbt HftOTHrn down wi th butt o my gun Helen Lakkman Waitbu Uimwn- Luko at onco knew that tho negro alS JKLD liANKnttOK UllDITOIIU AND OTIIKIt STOIUItt luded to was Hiiukbawl their mysterious guide and thin accounted for bis absenco which had caused their recent dlsnstcr CopyrlghttJ lS9 Did you kill him ho asked CHAPTER XIII Dun know for snrtin but hopo I did tho AT llTTSIUTIIO IANDISO Confcdorato growled fur I never saw a When Luko found himself u fprlsoner of devil so hungry tor kill anybody as bo was tho TmintiHHQO hrignntlH hu fully expected me It war so infernal dark that I couldnt his ltiHt moment hud coma Hud his seo his face thnt hut I half believe bo war somo enptora been regular Confederates Ida fo o them black would hnvo been wife but ho know thai I war overseer devils I usu tor wnllup when tlicso pnrthmu warriors no bettor thnn A brigands with tholr prlmnry objects blood Lukofew moments silcnco ensued and then said mid plunder Hot nil military law tit do Well Sliced did you expect to llnd mo llunco nud Holdom or never spared npris bore onor vuu Tho captlvo wns resigned to Ida fate lowering Ids vvtliklli tliiu 41linUI UUl 41111 voico a liltlo so that tho guard howovor Uo hnd entered tho army fully ho Cap Â¬ realizing tho dungor which attended Hitch migiii not overhear htm ve added tain NelT sent mo ter find a life and taken bin chances now thnt fato What I is Captain N ifhorol bad formed tho decree against him ho bad Hush I not so loud r itll bo all up with determined to murmur not Well Ynnlr bawled u great hluntcrmg our plans Ye seo theso fellers cant be follow coming up to where tha prisoner Mat managed like sojers Theyre- u set o blamed hiH bnnds tied behind his back youvo got thieves u murderers n wouldnt miss liangin yer fur any thing Wo couldnt tor awing thats all thnr is o Its Ho pauHcd expecting to seo bin captive begin tor save yo nlesn twas dono by strat All tho go down on Ida knco and implore mercy orgyau sarcumventioii yo know but Captain Mason was Unit and unmoved while ho was talking in a moro whispor bis eyo meeting lib eucmyB without quail- and tho stupid guanf at tho door who was ing Finding that hu tnado uo unawor tho draining tho braudy ILsk Sneed had given him to ullow him to outer heard nota word guorrllla added Wovo got it bout fixed up Sueed conWhat dyo ay t It tinued In bout an hour a boy II como Nothing furyo Dont yer ax hbn any questions Yor dont hoyl dont yer sneak a word nor uvnn innk-No I am uuablo to dofond rnysolf around but foller tho boy Now dyo Wall haint yer agoln1 tor begi mark what Im saynl No iiAory word Tbon bang him tor once boyn Hiring Mm Will yo carry tout up 1 Hay Yes Half a dozcu started toward the captlvo Good bye an If thoy would put tho threat Into execu Aud ho was gone Gone ns suddenly and tion when some ono evidently high in au thority put a Btop to tho proceedings Luko silently as If bo had melted away Into dark did not know why bo did so but realized ness Luko half believed ho was still there that his fato was deferred to a futuro tttno and put out his hand to fool for him but bis Tho arrival of n country boy with some hand found only darkness and tho empty nlnrnitng iutolltgunco throw thoguorrillns air An hour passed and the hIIciico was into couf union and proparatlonswcro made broken only by tho drunken lnaudiblo mur muring for a hasty deimrturHLukoTwua placed ally ho of tho guard at tho door Occasion mumbled snntehes of a song in a hoarse drunken voice and Lukewho began to seo through the plans of Albert Ncff and Dick Sneed trembled lost thoy had carried It too far At last howovor tho guard beeamo quiet and his lmnvy breathing told that ho hnd succumbed Somo oho camo in and going to bis side motioned bun tn rise 10 iMd A small soft baud which boat once know to be the hand of tho boy wns placed In his nnd ho was led from the room In tho hall near tho doorway he stumbled over somo ono nnd a half Hinothored curso camo from Â¬ Years 1 tun glud of thorn I Would that I had or them Moro and yet more whllo thus mlnglod with I am Dont yo know mo Captain LUKEMASON 41 cr MOLNT THIS OXK SAID A LOW mrf voice Â¬ 11 f along with tho man who had led tho attack against them until It was nearly daylight and Albert sending all the men save tho boy back out of earshot turned to tho pris- Â¬ oner and said This boy will go with you to tho bouse and just beyond it is camped the advanco of the Union army Good bye Luko Good bye Albert and may God bless you Their bands met nnd for a moment neither moved nor spoke Then they sop united and accompanied by tho boy who had been dumb ever suco ho came into Lukos presence he rode on Just as tho early dawn began to crimson the eastern sky tho houso was reached Hero I must lcavo you said his guide Had a bomb exploded Luko would not hnvo been moro astounded That voico he would know among ten thousand A mo tnnnt inniil Ollil ita lirtift mnu nlntinaliln LIIU iiivitvKiwtuMiiu iiouivi tl tin UIWUIUU other his arms encircled a slender waist his kisses fell upon a cheek as soft and fair as Helens of Troy while ho murÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J in conclusion The parting was an nffectlonnto ono ho lover would have kept her at his sulo IT ho could havo dono so but sho assured bun that sho had friends and relatives ablo to earo for her and thnt her father lying sick not far away demanded her personal atten tion Tho parting farewell was spoken and sho was gone Slowly and sadly tho young Captain rodo to tho Union camp His own regiment was in the advance and they hailed him as one returned from tho dead They remained horo but a short tlmo uiitt went to Nash- Â¬ villo where Luko was commissioned Colonel From hero thoy woro u few weeks Inter ordored to Pittsburg Landing which place thoy reached among the very first troops Lillio Llllie my darling hnvo you done this for mo Closer ho pressed her to his breast Hi3 lips met hers again and again in rapturous kisses of love Such heroic conduct ho had read of in llction but if never occurred to him that It would become a literal truth Shohunicdly cxphut d that herself and brother learning from Dick Sliced who had just oscaped from Fort Douelson that Captain Mason was a prisoner of tho guerrillas tho three had determined to resctio him at all hazard Remember Luko that you shall always have my prayers I must go now sho said I Â¬ mured Kiit mh CHAPTER XIV massa ami dr sronrT on YOUH WKIL YANK YOUVK OOT TO MVINO UKn a horse and under a strong gunrd hurried off down tho road Into a wild broken country where- tho hills wero so high that they looked like mountain peaks nnd tho forests were so denso as to form a safe hiding place from tho invading army They halted at an old mill on u creek tuul tho prisoner was given a breakfast which poor us it was was heartily relished by tho half sturvcd aoldlor Luko was tho only prlsonor and as ho had seen but two Union soldlors dead hu concluded that tho others hud iiitulo their escape It seemed that tho guerrillas woro not quite suro of tholr own safety even horo ihooflSoera hold whispered consultations and nodded aud gesticulated In an excited manner If thoy intend to murdor mo why dont thoy do It and Imvo It pvor witni said tuo prisoner watching their Btnuigo maneu Â¬ vers Tmh tay wora slowly by night camo and ttwprkwfwr grew Hervous Ho reasoned ihattlUMWtt wwkl choose darkness for r IVrelson Gen After tho battlo of onil Grant the hero of that fight was temporarily removed from command Tho only cause for ronioving him that has ever boon given is that euers sent General the drunken guard Ho wns warned by nentlo prossuro on Grant wero never received ami of course ho could not obey thoiu but took matters in his baud to bo silent and careful Another his own hand aud nted independently person Joined them and tho threo wont iiiu iiupariiai suuicui pi History will very softly from tho house rcadllv como to tho eoneluslnn thnt t inn It was ho dark that Luko could no moro i r it seo than If ho had been totally blind They tiirnrtt never rcce ved X oso onto end Grant t woro going through tho mud and slowly v iruaillllK huuuv1Donolson ho IUl PUlill making their way somo where Thoy Nashville and even would havo crossed a f once nnd wero In tho woods had to lay at Fort Henry West Point has Notu word had yet been spoken nnd be ITlililit 11mm irnn milll riit I vvp vv rvt yond an intimation that ho was amonc thousands turned out from 4I1UU tllJVIIK IHU that Institution friends ho know not whether ho was bolng but General Grants common sense wns of led to liberty or death At last thoy camo moro vidua to his country thnn nil his early to horses military tralnieg Mount this ono said a low deep earn Â¬ On tho 17th of March ISiVj Omnt est voico which ho recognized as Albort stored to command and found thowas re Union Neffs army in his district divided 0110 part bolng Albert Is It you I on tho oast side of tho Tennessee tit Yes hiiBh mount wo have not a mo nah whllo ono part was at Crumps Savan Landment to lose was tho whispered answer lin mi tlni frtiin wi v luiulr Itnril mllna fimilmni i There woro four of them aud thoV I HiMarm wn 3 linn rlvmv whim n n lit II mounted horsos and started on Albort nnd lltta li nautili riMlmr Dick in front himself aud tho boy bringing PurHnptherivor up Ihu rear Their horses woro scon climb The loss of Forts Henry Donolson and log a muddy hill Nashvillo had greatly demoralized the Con Dont say n word said Major Noff in a reiterates nnd to onco more bring tho army cautious undertone A few rods further Into bomethliiK like inarching orders Oen- uud u voice from tho darkness culled oral Sidney Johnston ono of the most eftl- Haiti dent commanders in tho Southern army Tho two reined in their horses began wncentratlng all the available forces Who goes thcrol nt Corinth Tho wisdom of this action must A friend with tho countoMbzn bo acknowledged by nil milltury men John Advanco and glvo It aiou nail loarncil tho kind of a man Grant As they redo forwurd Albort whispered of Stena IUvor and thoy wero told to the mostimportant railroads iu tho Mlul pass slppl valloy ono connecting Memphis and Benching the top of tho hill they found the other the MlMlMippy Ivor with th iniuDins whar our mess war Did you speak with him tlio Colonol asked Yes axed him whar hed been an ho said hed Ik on layin n th brush ter shoot a eiibS ns ho bates IIos been clar out ter Corinth but haint got his uinn yit Golly yo orterseo his gun its a grent big long barreled ole fashioued riflo Very thing ter kill a buck Ho ought to know something about what tho rebels are doing I wish you would llnd him Tom and send him to me Ill do it Kernel Pil go right now n hunt Mm up and old Tom roso to his feet mid started from tho tent to ilud tho my torious negro but Blnekhawk as usual could not bo found when sought und Tom bad a fruitless search That evening General Prentiss ordered Colonel Mason to tako two hundred men next morning uud go out several miles in their aiivaneo toreconnoiter as it wan re ported that tho enemy had been sen in considerable forco along tho Corinth road Almost over since bis nrrivnl at Pitts burg Landing CoIomiI Mason had heard ol skirmishing in their front and his own pickets bad boon fired on bovcral times It is probably somo guerrillas said the Colonel to himself They are prowling through tho country and tho woods arc full of them A fow companies of cavalry can easily put them to flight Of course tho four men who had been his self constituted body guard formed a part of uio two numircu picked men und with threo days rations and forty rounds U103 set out at daylight next morning As they wero passing ono of tho outlying picket posts a sergeant hailed thorn anil said Yod better look a little out Have you seen any thing of tho enemy this morning the Colonel asked No but theyve been a shootln at us boys all nlKhtaud wounded Jack Gates How many times were you fired on I Threo Tho last time they gave us a dozen shots all nt once They nro only a few bushwhnckers wo will drivo them from tho woods said the Â¬ when it will tako place and where I dont know But I say Kernel I como in t toll ye sometnin What Tom i Dont yer remember that air dod blast ed nigger wot yer call Black Jack ur suth in n the kind who wont on ther boat t Belmont an wo thort war killed u th swamp clus t Donclsonl Ye you mean Bluckhawk Wali hes turned up agin Where is hoT In camp Its it Gods fact Saw im this mornin said old Tom smoking his short pipe WheroC In camp Came past our quarters Â¬ The hand of time deals lightly with a woman in But all funcperfect health tional derangements and disorders peculiar to women leave their mark You neednt Dr Pierces Fahave them vorite Prescription comes to your rescue as no other medicine can It cures them For periodical pains prolapsus and other displacements bearing down sensations and all female complaints and weak- Â¬ nesses it is a positive remedy It is a powerful restorative tonic and nervine imparting strength to the whole system his Colonels tent in general and to the uterine I dont know Tom sit down on that cracker box Well about tho llghtI organs and appendages in par- Â¬ shouldnt wonder General Johnston is ticular It keeps years from massing his forces at Corinth and I be lieve General Grant intends to movo on your face and figure but adds that place There will be powder burned years to your life Its guar-Â¬ when those two meet Shouldnt be sprised Kernel Ive been anteed to give satisfaction in tellin uv th boys ter git ready fur tho gol every case If it doesnt darnest knock down thoy ever hccral on We will have heavy lighting soon but your money is returned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ self-impose- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ German Syrup A Farmer at Edom Texas Says used German Syrup for six years successfully for Sore Throat Cough Pains in the Cold Hoarseness Chest aud Lungs and spitting up of Blood I have tried many differ- Â¬ ent kinds of cough Syrups in my time but let me say to anyone want-Â¬ ing such a medicine German Syrup is the best That has been my ex- Â¬ perience If you use it once you will go back to it whenever you need it It gives total relief and is a quick cure My advice to every- Â¬ one suffering with Lung Troublesis Try it You will soon be con- Â¬ vinced In all the families where your German Syrup John is used we have no trouble with the Franklin Lungs at all It is the medicine for this Jones country G G GREEN Sole ManfrWoodhuryNJ We are six in fam ily We live iu a where we are iubject t0 violeut Colds and Lung Troubles I have teANSi STAND ALONE A3 BILE MOVERS Thry dispel poisonous hilo from tho system then hy curinR bllt oua ftttftclis constipation head acbe moLiria djuiitery and all stomach and liver disorders Two fcisos ono prieo Bilk Bejlsb 20 in each bottle Ono a doso BtL Bum 6UAIL 40 In each boale 2 to 4 a 4oo uxw Coated Colonel I Witn threo or four exceptions Lukos en tiro two hundred wero veterans who had been trained in the hottest fights nt Bel mont uud Donolson The country was undulatlmr nmi with a denso growth of trees and under- lM u3 wnoro clearing s bad been l m-l-- irinii inirii i m dB - ricasautnncnndy BoUl iiuiuntH TTiAll t i 1 I vii lqnnio moy nan gone nbuit ilvo or six mile when tho advanco guard informed the Colonel that they were in night of a farm house near which a number of horses were Thoy nro bushwhackers Now to cant said the Colonel Ho divided bis command Into two dl visions and approaching tho houso from ttio south and east prepared to flunk It so as aVnZTn 1 M1VII aim i Ji stair wero tho only tho expedition itio re- 111s E cants pr bottle by DrugRbta M J P Ei5 SMITH 257 Groeawlch CO Street Â¬ uro them A Proolcunflfii ati Dr I Guy IttIh Fulton Ark ntu Kw York City iiayi- i- I Ht 11 - luprovontunvono frnmnnmndm 6 IT 111 ft 1MIT ill- im cii inn V IU HlU Wlllll 1 SSS v tel 111-I I 1 1 IUO iiti Jel lietBi JAIrIllrfo i ver Ilil medicine Afl or jrc- - 1 hair our camo and It alu from 6oni0tlliff i them Tho Colonel n8lR tof ulfj nm house by Ul hl a on the A tnmnmit VtJJSeF0 tZi SlbU8h nrt i Hun V te a ANTI BIXIOtlS i til01 ft tho a whonaBlngle shot S on0rThoTeilaoXdta r musketry ill XtZi rp Jitf HAY FEVER Xl CURED Pills Dlioaiei TO STAY CURED Crack 0 tuud IxTMMl iivuimn We want the name and ad- dreia of every sufferer In thi USand Canada Addresi EuUIijMlMJHfilt A W ft i twu Wi llis v 4k4 MMMMMMftMU K AN ALABAMA JUDGE Mnny Quoor DoolBlons Justlco of tho Ponco Doneona Jcsu ror JSIglitnctn Your wltnoss he said Yoii swear horo in tho presence of God Aniity and this courts to toll tho truth so Jiclpfyou Amen I PERSONAL AND LITERARY L Trying Mm dor Cit4t iiuil Dlvorco Hulls unit IttHlKiiott at Last to tint Sorrow of All Ho Dolled All Lnwn years in u country town In that state entertained u party of friends last night with sjjMile stories of nn old countryman who hold the ofllco of justice of the peace down there for many years Merry Denson didnt know anything about law books never read one In his life he said but ho had a big heart and level head His neighbors all loved him and when ho was elected justlco of tho peace in Mulberry township Alu they know ho would deal out pure and unadulterated justice without any legal frlUb or formalities Jerry held thu office eighteen years being reelected eight times without opposi- Â¬ tion Throe different governors threats cned to remove him five grand juries Investigated him but every timo lie came out with colors Hying and Judge Denison us everybody called him be Â¬ came one of the best known men in tho state The judges Vbrury consisted of a Bible a form book and an almanac but in time he picked up a score or more of legal phrases from the lawyers who practiced in his court He hud lit- Â¬ tle patience with lawyers especially when they attempted to secure a rul- Â¬ ing in their clients favor on legal technicalities When his neighbors quarreled and threatened to go to law Judge Denson always advised them to settlo tho matter outside of court if posbiblo and If they persisted and save costs brought suit he often made them re- Â¬ gret their fuiluro to take his advico by his bill for costs When people wont to law in his court somebody had to pay the costs Lawyers often exhausted his pa Â¬ tience by asking a witness seemingly unnecessary questions and then he would take a hand and either ask tho questions himself or answer for the witness No cao was toolarge or too small for Judge Denson He tried men for murder and lot them off with a fine of ten dollars and costs granted divorces sentenced prisoners to six and twelve months hard labor on his own farm Ho also and enforced the sentence tried cases rosulting from family quar- Â¬ rels suits for debts of ten cents suits that had no legal basis or status in fact all was grist that came to his Â¬ An Alabama merchant says tho Now York Evening Sun who lived many His murflago cercmony wnslsonic--thin- g like this Mohu you Wetlils woman Mary you Jovd tlil sT man Then you uro man an wife and tho cost is two dollars Ills first dlvorco caso came up after he had been In office eight years and the principals happened to be a couple he had united in marriage somo ilvo years before Tho husband was tliu plaintiff and tho wlfo had engaged a lawyer When tho husband told how his wife had pulled his hair boxed hi ears and then wont to a candy pullic with another man Judge Denson promptly declared them put asunrtor according to tho law and tho Gospel Hut your honor you have no jurisdiction in this case suggested tho de Â¬ Â¬ fendants attorney ly No wlmt asked tho judge sternno man had over boforo dared quos tlon one of his decisions You have no unthority In this case Tho law does not give a justice of the peace power to grant a divorce Didnt I marry this couple Yes but Then Ill unmarry em an you aro fined ten dollars for bcln In contemp of this court Id like to see the law that gives mo the power to splico pco plo an then says I cant uncouple cm when theyve got Scriptural proof Tho decision stood and no appeal was over taken In tho trial of a suit for damages where the plaintiff claimed to have been swindled in a horse swap the de- Â¬ Â¬ was on trial and tho plaintiffs lawyer was asking tho wit Â¬ Tom questions ness unnecessary Simpson ono of the judges neighbors took the stand and the lawyer began What did I understand you to bay your name was Tom Simpson Mr Simpson where do you reside Here Judge Denson interrupted and turning to tho lawyer said His name is Tom Simpson ho lives on Turkey creek moved there from Winston coun- Â¬ ty fourteen years ago he owes mo four dollars and six bits been owlu it nigh on to a year now ho married old man Soth Alleus gal Nancy Maybe you know Soth hos a brother of Stcvo Allen that run for sheriff two years ago Seth lives at tho old Huseoin place bought it from Dan Smith give him four hundred dollars an u spavined boss for it Now go on with tho case Mr Lawyer and Tom mind you tell tho truth I knowed your old daddy fore you was horned an a honester man than old Hill Simpson never breathed the breath of life After this complete biography of the witness tho lawyer proceeded di- Â¬ rectly to tho facts of tho case The first murder caso Judge Den- Â¬ son ever tried was that of a negro who had killed another colored man Tho murdered man hud a bad reputation and there was some provocation for the deed When tho caso was called the defendant hud two lawyers and a score of witnesses whllo numerous friends of tho dead man were present to see that justlco was done Judge Denson did not propose to wasto valuable time on negroes so ho culled on tho prisoner to stand up Now there aint no use denyln that you killed that negro1 ho said for they say tho proofs all agin you but ho needed klllln about as bad as any Â¬ one in this settlement and I guess everybody glad to bo rid of him Hut courts cant work for nothln prisoner so Ill lino you ton dollars and costs Tho fine was paid and while this disposition of tho caso excited somo comment nothing was over done about it tho people of tho neighborhood beaming to agree with Judge Donson that it was u good way to got rid of tho One day a case Â¬ mill jected to having colored sworn on tho almanac Judge Dcnsons form of Ws form of tho marriage Vrero briof and not exactly to the code but both wero When he administered tho negro The judge had moro rcspeet for tho JHble than ho had for tho law and when negroes appeared as witnesses in Wh court ho made them kibs tho ahnonuo I dont allow no reflections cast on tho Mblo in this court ho ex Â¬ plained ono day when a lawyer obÂ¬ fendant demanded a jury to try the caso and Judge Denson had a jury summoned It was summer and court was held in the shade of a big oak tree that da because tho judges ofllco was too small to hold all tho spectators When tho ovidenco was all taken tho jury retired to a thisk clump of bushes somo distance uwu to make up their verdict At tho end of an hour they returned and reported that they could not agree Hut you must agree said the judge and ho bent them back to the se- Â¬ clusion of the bushes Again they returned without a verdict and reported that eight were for tho plaintiff and four for the defendant Well thats a verdict A majority always rules in this country and tho judge entered a verdict for the plaintiff on his docket Oneo a negro was on trial before Judge Denson for carrying concealed weapous Ha had a lawyer who wanted to prove that the prisoners life had been threatened and under such circumstances tho law allowed him to carry weapons Tho evidence all in the lawyer arose with a book in his May it please your hand and said honor I havo bore a recent decision of the supreme court in a case similar in every way to this one and tho court ordered the acquittal of the defendant Then Ill overrule tho supremo court an fine the defendant fifty dollars and costs Once a civil caso was tried by Den- Â¬ son in which two lawyers wore cm ployed When tho evideneo was all in the attorneys held a brief consultation to decide upon the order in which they should speak As tho first one roso to address the court Donson cut him short Now you follows just wait by saying till I decide this caso an then you can spout law all day if you want to Vagrants of all degrees and every man charged with a criminal offense who was not able to pay a fine Denson would sentence to terms of hard labor on his farm When asked onco for an explanation of such unwarranted proceedings his reply was that the law allowed him costs in every caso ho tried and if a man had no money how was Hie court to get tho cost if ho didnt work It out To this logical opinion there was no reply and no ono over interfered with the judge afterward The redeeming features of Judge Dcnsons remarkable administration of justice was that ho usually managed to get at the truth of a case and never allowed any legal technlcalllie to in- Â¬ If a man was fluence his decisions ho was punished In somo way guilty n id if Innocent ho was discharged 1 ruo tho judge decided a great many cases over which tho laws of tho state gave him no jurisdiction and in many ways ho violated tho lotter of tho stat- Â¬ utes but as his decisions wero usually just from amoral standpoint thoy wero allowed to stand Several times dissatisfied parties to civil suits and lawyers called tho atten- Â¬ tion of tho govornqr or tho grand jury to Dcnsons method of doing business but every Investigation resulted in a vindication for tho judge Onco ho was called before a grand jury and asked if ho know whaUaw was Law is a lot of Yes ho answered stuff put in books by lawyers to kcop honest people out of their rights Tho jury thought this definition was so near tho truth that they allowed tho judge to go After olghtcon years service ho declined to nccept tho ofllco again to tho regret of his friends Â¬ Â¬ Wilfred and Lady Anno Hlunthnvu returned from Egypt for tho summer bringing with them six new horses for the stud Mr Hlunt has arranged with William Morris to have a new volume of the poets published for him by tho Kolm Scott Press It will be published in the course of the summer and will consist principally of songs and lyrics When in Honne recently the Kaiser donned his H6russea students uniform of white leather breeches Wellington boots lilnck velvet jacket and little round cop and unexpectedly made his nppearance at the Commors of his corps brethren ns they are called Ho participated In tho bccr drlnklng as of old and smoked his huge pipe in conformity with time honored custom Von Moltko was passionately fond of music and tho leading musicians of tho Gorman capital rivaled each other In their eagerness to play for tho field marshals delectation He was unpa- Â¬ triotic onough to dislike Wagner and confessed in his simple soldierly man Â¬ ner that having been brought up on Mozart and Schubert and the old school ho could not understand tho music of tho future The queen of Madagascar lately took her yearly bath a function that was attended by tho singing of hymns tho firing of artillery and tho beating of drums It is presumed that she was still recognized upon emerging or af Â¬ terward she was greeted by her sub- Â¬ jects as she moved among them gor-Â¬ geously arrayed wearing all the crown jewels and sprinkling tho spectators with water taken from the bath Mrs Wanamakors chief object in visiting Europe this season is said to bo to see her grandchildren tho little son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Rodman Wanamaker who make their homo in d grand Â¬ Pnrls The little daughter Is an especial favorite and there Is hardly a steamer leaving New York for tho French ports during tho season but carries among the mail a letter or present for the little maid from her grandmother Hurne Jones the English artist gives his vivid imagination ploy in his last picture Eurthrise in Moonlntid1 Reversing tho usual order of things tho picture represents tho big earth rising on tho moons horizon and casting shadows on the arid surface of tho In the foreground smaller planet ledge are the bones of a resting on a monstrous man the lost iuluibittint of the moon The artihts conception is startling and the Interpretation weirds King Otto Havarias crazy sover- Â¬ eign is physically healthy but is threatened with voluntary starvation in consequence of his frequent refusals to eat for two orthree days Occasion- Â¬ ally he becomes violont is Imprisoned in o padded cell and exhausts himself b shouting and trying to tear down tiio iron bars of the window Sometimes ho is tho victim of an uncontrolable fear of carpets and refuses to step on ono lest he might plungo into the chasm which ho imagines yawns before Kink Â¬ four-year-ol- witnesses oath and ceremony according effective oath to a think said tho businessman will for a tlmo retire and take Aro you overworked asked u rest Yes he roplied thats it a friend I havo been worked bv three tramps a book agent and several other people within tho last three days and I dcint Wash Â¬ think I can staud any morw ington Post Spokeamau I that I ples laid down by tho conferonco at Cincinnati aro democratic to tho core Wo want tills to bo distinctly under- Â¬ stood Any real peoples party is a democratic party Lot this simple fact bo kept iu mind Tho question what will tho nlllunco do with tho now party is on tho lips of tens of thousands of anxious people to- Â¬ day Well it ought not to tako much wisdom to auswor that question Tho now party has adoptod tho alliance de Â¬ mands Into its platform Doos any ono suppose that intelligent alllancemcn will voto against a party that adopts thoso demands and In favor of a party that not only falls to adopt Tho but resists those demands westorn alliance states havo ulroudy gono into tho now party Will not tho necessity for alliance unity forco tho other alliance states to go Into tho now party also Wo soo no waj to provont tho now party from swooping tho conn trj except tho simple ono of cheorfully conceding to tho peoplo ovory ono of their just demands If tho alii unco mcu aro to bo blamed for going Into iho now party then a hungry child can bo blamed for going to somo ono who can and will furnish him food Gontlo men of tho old parties If tho tlmo conies whon jour ranks shall bo broken your lenders overthrown and your heritage taken from you do not blame tho alllanco for your ruin Tho peoplo represented by the Farmers Al- Â¬ llanco have petitioned and bogged and pleaded and prayed for rollof all thoso years and tho haughty minions of political power have spurned both thorn Do and tholr petitions and prayers not blamo them for your overthrow but blame jour own blind and miser- Â¬ able folly Tho action lately taken by the con Â¬ ference at Cincinnati has mado tho fu Â¬ ture of our politics so uncertain as to throw tho old part loaders Into con- Â¬ sternation They do not know and no follow can toll them into whoso hands they arc going to falL It seems to us that no good can como to thoso leaders and tho parties thoy ropresent so long as these peoplo stand shivering In their places expecting disaster If theso peoplo really want to save thorn selves from defeat lot them get to- Â¬ gether and throw tholr corrupt load Â¬ ers overboard and address themsolvos manfully to tho work of reform- Â¬ ing tho financial system It will not do to point the pooplo to tho roadlngs of former platforms as tho guarantees of their futuro action on behalf of tho people Tho farmers and laboring men of this country do not caro ono stiver for what theso parties prpmlscd to do in tho past They want to know what thoy aro going to do In tho immediato future Nothing but clear cut declara- Â¬ tions of fldollty to tho good of tho en- Â¬ tire peoplo can save tho old parties HUMOROUS frotn ontiro and ignominious over- Â¬ throw Raleigh N C Progressive At tho Girls High School Instruct- Â¬ Farraor or What do you know of ancienthis KEEP COOL Uright Scholar tory If almost ones heart when examination Lot Patience IIiivo IIr lorfoet Work breaks Tho Woody OhiiMin Mont Ho lirlrigcd and day comes around Fliegendd Iilactter IltrtlmiiiNlilp Dustrttyiul f Tho Littlo lice v This is a queer world Everything How tlotli thcfllttlu busy boo seems to run to extremes whilo a pace Ills foivctit fitlng Insert Ami wakotho bard who inoritf tho tlowera tliat Is just about tho proper speed is Doth dreaming Ho Inert deemed by somo too fast and by othors N Y Herald too slow Wo aro too prono to judge of Raising the Dust api awfully tho condition of othors by our own sur-Â¬ Wouldf yo roundings and bound ovory other per brokoL snytk Foffgs liko to raise the dust asked Hogge ions achievements by our own possi- Â¬ Xhuji get a cor bilities and opportunities says Foggs Yes pet to beat answers Hotrgs Mium Somo fow reform jmpers in tho north Valley News and very man papers in tho south uro Where does tho phraso Ho isnt lr snapping and snarling at thoj heels of asks a subscriber Ac that splendid exponent of glorious it come from cording to the tyest authorities it is at principles tho National Economist and tributed to Noah who used tho remark saying very unkind and ill advised derisively in referring to some profane things of that ublo and fearless organ person who hod criticised tho building of tho National Farmers AUianco and Industrial Union Somo of theso paÂ¬ of the ark N Y Recorder James I dont see you waiting at pers aro in tho north and somo aro in No sah Iso been tho south Thoso in tho north froth table any more and fumo and fret because of tho slow Iso oatry clerk now promoted entry clerk nowl I novel progress tho Economist Is making You nn Oh 1 toward third party action nnd talk know you were a bookkeeper Econo- Â¬ having smoked aint I jes keep my eyes on do um aboutand forcing it toout tho its posi- Â¬ define mist brellas hats and things do boaders Kate Fields tion etc etc Thoso papers somo of leave In tho entry them accuse tho Economist of being Washington run in tho Interest of tho republican A Nebraska farmer lately drowned whllo othors of thorn nccuso it of himself In his wifes raln wator barrel party domocratic in its leanings nnd being because his hired man hitched up tho tendencies Hut thoy all agree that tho old blind horso on the near Instead of Economist is opposed to a third party ihe off sldo We heartily commend movement and that it Is ondeavoring to tout mans sense Some men would retard tho progress of the peoplo toward havo sworn at the man jawed tho dog Independent political action On tho and kicked the wife out of doors Ar other hand tho domocratio organs in konsaw Traveler tho south aro unitedly belaboring and Tho lioud villifylng tho Economist for trying for- Â¬ Wonderful Contrast master of tho girls high school Is sooth to disrupt tho democratic party describing to the class tho boauty of tho and sot up a third party in thoir midst Alps whloh ho has visited during his Hero Is a specimen instance of this kind vacation and ends his lecture in these Tho Paris Tox Nows published tho And there with ono foot I following paragraphs words stood on tho Ico of tho glacier while Tho National Economist tho organ with tho other I was plucking tho most of guorlllas is opposed to Clevelands Fllegende Hlatter nomination Ho is truly a man of des- Â¬ beautiful flowers Summer Hoarder who is chasing tiny Whoroupon tho Delta County Al- Â¬ butterflies over tho world to hobo who stopped to dig n pebblo out of his llanco passed tho following resolutions has Whereas Tho larls Now a paper pub My friend do you take tin in- Â¬ heel lUhod In Paris Toxas on March is 11 made What kind of terest in collections false and slanderous nttnolc on thu Nation Oh rare al Alllanco by saying the National Econocollections do you moan articlos suoh as buttorflcs or rare mist tho official organ or the KUorrlllnH In c or rare opposed to Mr Clevelands nomination In coins or quaint 19OT therefore bo It postage stamps and rare Indian relics Resolved by the Doha County Alliance In Pray toll me what U regular nwslon at Hobbs oh tho 3sd of I do sir Anrll 19B1 that we denounee all suuh Miter Rare beefsteaks your fancy Â¬ -- and wo bollovo further tlmt no nth attaolc would ootuo frotn a pupur wbo knd tho bet rronlitcfit lolks Inpor Define the tftatHi Intorosts of tho laboring pooplo at honrtaiu that wo think suoh Insinuations beneath the of tho Altlunco Toward tho Now lnrty dignity of HKoMlonmn Wo want to say that if tho now party Itcsolvcd second That wo bollovo It Is formed at Cincinnati tho other day shall wrong for nay nlllunco lnotnbor to pritronlee Bweop tho country liko a tornado thcro npnpor that would uscsuohf also and abtutlvo will como from such sweeping no harm liuutuago on thu Inuorluu men of America These same resolutions worogrfcV- to democratic principles With ono sin nsncci in lira Ainnnco vinuicfttotYE Â¬ glo unimportant exception tho princi- THE NEW PARTY U VI commenting Upon the foregoing reolu- ttons says Our attention lias boon called toii a series of resolutions printed in aobr sourc uuru party organ puuilsneu at Sulphur Springs adopted by tljqJMta county Alliance wiuoli is a formal nil nouncomont of n boycott ngnlnsV tho Nowb In order to glvo any ono who may linvo boon misled by misrepresentation it reproduces tho article com Â¬ plained of Hero it is in full Hero follows tho paragraph boforo quoted The News goos oh to say Tho meaning of this Is top plain to bo misunderstood by hny fair mtiidod honorable man It is a woll known fnct that tho National Economist is tho organ of tho alleged third party and it was to this party that roforonco was mado when it used tho word guerilla It is a good word aud tho Nows bo Hovcd than and doos now that it just fits tho case Tho author of tho resoÂ¬ lution perhaps didnt know what tho word meant In order to onllghton him wo will say that it moans a band of irregular soldiers That is what tho third party mon are in a political Â¬ OllU Ij Bonac principles at all times and ttndor all cir- Â¬ cumstances Thoy aro tho basis o good government and to tho demo Â¬ cratic party wo aro indobtod for tlio blessings a freo government vouchsafed to all citizens Among thoso aro tho freedom of speech and tho liberty of tho press tho two great mediums through which tho massos aro enlightened tho two champions of tho poo plos rights For exorcising this liberty and in spooking out against this third party movomont tho Nows has boon boycotted Hero wo havo a plain and oxplicib declaration that tho National Econ- Â¬ omist Is a third party organ Hut what Is more very much moro importnnt wo havo on implied acknowledgment that tho persistent and intelligent edu- Â¬ cation of tho peoplo in tho principles advocated by thoalHanco must inovita--bl- y muster tho alllanco forces iu tho third party ranks Tho reasons for thla aro two fold First Neither of tho two old parties as a whole con adopt and indorse tho principles of tho alliance Tho ranlc and file cannot because tho bossos and leodors will not Third Tho National Economist whilo steadily avoiding pnrtlzunshlp tends to destroy it by teaching devo Â¬ tion to principles rather than fealty to party Lot tho old lino reform papers in tho north thcro nre none in tho south do their fighting against tho common oncmy tho plutocratic press and lot not only pationco but education have their porfect work and in due time wo shall hoo sectional hato allayed tho race question eliminated and tho north and tho south standing shouldor to shoulder fighting for n common caus and a common solf roprosontatlon Some think tho Economist too slow others think it too fast tho north and west calls it conservative whllo tho south calls it radical there foro I con- Â¬ clude that tho Economist is in tho middle of tho road Goorgo CL Wardin Alliance Watchman Â¬ - Tho Nows is a domocratio paper and can bo depended upon to staud by it - GRIN AWAY Sou How tho 1hiikh of loitli no Mnk f 111m firth Tho plutocrats prpposo to put down the now roform movement by moans of ridicule Thoy havo hired every edito- Â¬ rial clown in tho land to joor and poko fun at this great uprising of tho peoplo Thoy tell us a thousand times a day i v that tho Cincinnati convention was mado up of cranks that tho Independ ent voters aro wild oyed lunatics that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bric-a-bra- noes from whatever to ujt they may teWI simpleton who heard it burst into a loud guffaw The priests nnd pedant of Spain jeorod at Columbus as a crank Every great movomont lias to moot a whole host of Airs Partingtons who stand with thoir pottlcoats rollod up trying to push back tho advancing tide with their little mops of silliness and antiquated foolery So it is now Tho old system of robbery nnd oppression is rapidly drawing near its end Now that the people are rising in solf dofonso tho plutocrat pcrcoivo that the aro in a hopeless minority Thoy havo no argumonta tc present their old windbags about the Argentine republic tho French asslg- nats John Laws scheme Confederate currency etc are punotured and col- Â¬ lapsing without tho strength either of numbers or of reason theirs is a loet cause Thoy can do nothing but grla and gibe aud jeer at the friends of re- Â¬ form Shakspcare seeerai to have had a prophotlu view of the prueent situation when lie makes Warwick say as he stands at the death bed of the wleked See how the panjraoJ old Cardinal Dels death do make him grla 8 herd in Great West Â¬ ono distinguished reformer has a long board and that another wears no socks All this is silly and sickening nqugji but tho grinning plutocrats aro not to bo blamed Thoy can do nothing q1bo and whon a body can find nothing tc - i say ho always grins A grin is tho lust weapon of a dying cause When Galileo announced that tho earth rovolved on its axis ovory - St 1T J f II If saving to tho Stato during that timo of 124101 Tlicso facta aro sufficient to bIiow to any voter the importanco of Editor having tho General Assembly limited as SPENCER COOPER to time Railroads will bo built under tho new HAZEL GREEN KY as well as tho old Constitution but if tho - July 10 1891 people aro compelled to bankrupt them Â¬ selves by voting a tax to build railroads for rich corporations to grow richer on then wo liml better adopt tho new Con- Â¬ stitution and thereby cut off all chances ruinous IWTwfl BBKmM for a then looktax being voted upon us KflHIs liSrCHS to somo other plan by and which to secure railroads The States of Missouri and Indiana have far more stringent restrictions against towns and counties subscribing to mil roads and going in debt to them than those in our proposed Constitution DEMOCRATIC BTATK TICKKT yet there has been built four times as For Gorernor many miles of railroads in those States JOHN YOUNG BROWN in tho past twenty years as in Kentucky Of Henderson County Railroads monied powers and monopo Â¬ For Lieutenant Governor lies know their interests and study thorn MITCHELL 0 ALFOHD and if tho proposed Constitution is Of Hell County against the interest of tho poor man and For Attorney Oencrnl the pcoplo generally why is it that all WILLIAM J HENDIUOK the corporations and thoso who aro will- Â¬ Of Fleming County ing to Bcrve their interests bo soriously For Auditor oppose and fight against tho adoption of LUKE 0 NORMAN it Of Boone County No ono is moro interested in the de- Â¬ For Treasurer velopment of our mountains and no ono HENRY 8 HALE worked harder than I did in tho Consti- Â¬ Of Graves County tutional Convention in trying to havo For Rettistcr of the Land Office tho titles to our lands settled and if I GREEN BERRY SWANGO believed this Constitution detrimental to Of Wolfe County our interests and development I would For Superintendent of Public Instruction opposo it ED PORTER THOMPSON The Stato has aided somo sections of Of Hazel Gbeen Herald -- Fhiday ZA Citizens National Bonk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY JUHId tE2K PAID UP CAPITAL meI IfL I 17500000 o m WASH MILLER PRESIDENT t S W WILLIS VICE lKESIDENT i l CSI TSrtfii I Bill yjfttjff fefuMlMBmil1 Rsrri A H HAMPTON CASHIER Owen County Clerk of Court of Appeals For ABRAM ADDAMS Of Harrison County 31th District For Senator JOHN S II ARC 18 the Stato in building turnpikes and it proved to be a bad investment for tho State only tends to increase our taxes and experienco has taught that It is det rimental to tho tax payer And tho Â¬ tmTCK iw MffMrFiiMWii1 Jiwmm naPHUrfM r mil i bnnii1 ram nil A Hf mli imi iHMnyiiw is i in i i MI mi I m I1 iiwi onirniii mm t in ftEi rw -- v 1 JW a general POYNTER oO ASST CASHIER Of Ilronthitt county ill n Democrat Mt Sterling is just now amused with flvecont fnko known an tlio Sentinel Tom Havens sits il And gently pulls the string And Cassity at the other end Just cuts the pigeoi witig Luko Normnn is busincsH and ntago ninnnger and hon working the hIiow for all its worth No bird ha a keener weather eye than the beo martin and that annoving bee martin j tho JIazkl Gukkk I1krau now forewarns tho Mt Sterling Punch and Judy and othor would be newnnapers that Monday August 3 1801 will bo an extremely cold day for tho new Const tution And tho bee martin always sees cold weather a coming Punch and Judy hIiow at Frankfort ih policy of working convicts outside tho walls has proved to bo detrimental to tiie laboring class or working man and thoy should bo kept inside the walls Tho proposed new Constitution docs not pre- Â¬ vent towns and counties from aiding in the building of turnpikes So when any county or town desires to aid in building turnpikes thoy can do so under tho new Constitution as well jus the old Thero aro many sections in tho pro- Â¬ posed Constitution that I voted against and some that might have been left out but take it as a whole and it is decidedly in the interest of the masses of tho peo ple at large and restricts the monied powers and corporations of every des Â¬ cription to such a degree that it brings them on an equality as near as possible with the farmer the mechanic the mer Â¬ chant and all classes The proposed new Constitution as a whole is an able docu- Â¬ ment and only has to be read and stud ied in its entirety to be appreciated G B Swanqo Â¬ 195 lit r iiffwF Mini lHH8BHBBssips LiiTrriS iBiprnrBp M Has ample facilities for doing banking business So Â¬ Â¬ -- ZT licits deposits makes collec tions gives prompt and careful attention toall business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its cus tomers tho most liberal oceom- modations consistent with cor rect banking business Â¬ Do You ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 If fleed Money better than dollars from us so you can get something cover em like a cloud There are somo mighty good things in tho now Constitution but tho bad ones THE NEW CONSTIUTION Juno 30 1891 Ezel Ky June 29 1891 I 14 Ml b i of tho wealthy will bo largelv increased seo Sec 170 of now Constitution It exempts all the growing crop unci not moro in valuo of household goods and othor personal property of a person with a family than 250 from taxation Tho old law exempts moro than this but it only effects tho moro wealthy class This will havo to bo regulated by tho General Assembly thoy to say what property shall bo exempt and tho value of each nrticlo but all not to exceed 250 Tho wime section provides that all church proporty othor than tho actual placo of worship shall bo taxed all endowed schools where tho proceeds or income is not dovoted solely to tho causo of education Tho proporty that will be taxed under the new Constitution that is ex Â¬ empt by tho old ono is an you say near 00000000 but tho greater part or all of this will como from tho wealthy and will increase our rovonuo to such an ox tent that the rate of taxation will be reduced all of which is In tho interest of tho small tax payer As to tho sale of lauds in tho moun Â¬ tains or the price of tho samo tho new Constitution only protects tho poor man in his humble home against tho monied corporations that wish to buy up tho same lauds and crowd out those not able financially to protect themselves against tho monied iowors and aro finally Forced to sell to them at ruinous prices Tho new Constitution forbids that anv rail road company or corporation bIihII hold lauds more than is necessary to carry on their legitimate business This only leaves tho lands in tho hands of tho hon est citizen for homes ami to uso tho vast deposits of coal and minerals as well as the timber for their own use As to tho restriction of local legisla Â¬ tion that is one of tho most important Some Â¬ sections in the new Constitution thing of this tremendous ovil will bo appreciated when it is stated that tho Auditors Report shows that in tho last ten years the General Assembly has been in sewiop 089 days at a daily cost of near 1063 and hail they boon required to nm only general laws and restricted to wxty day Mwions a required by tho new GoiMtltutiwi there would have been a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Delegates Hwang and Qulckaall Defend the New Iuatrnuteiit I have road your editorial on tho now Constitution in which you endeavor to convince your readers that tho adoption of it at tho polls tho first Monday in August would bo detrimental to tho interest of tho peoploof this State Will you permit mo to discuss a few points brloflly in your valuablo paper You stato that under tho new Constitution much of tho poor mans property now exonipt is subject to taxation In this I ben Icato to differ with you There will be as much property under tho new Constitution exempt from taxation to tho ordinary housekeeper as under tho old but to tho contrary tho taxablo property Â¬ Â¬ j Editor IlKRAM Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir For the information of your many readers and especially the Allianee Brotherhood I will givo a few of the many good points contained in tho new Constitution and somo of the benefits tho great mass of our pcoplo will receivo by ratifying the now instrument at the election which I think thoy suroly will do as a very largo majority in this vicin- Â¬ ity favors its adoption If it is ratified there will be no more Con Cons It vest pocket abolishes characters it provides for a uniform code of laws it establishes a secret ballot system which if properly carried out in detail by tho Legislature and executed by the officials will completely and effectually stop cor- Â¬ ruption at tho ballot box It makes all charters revocable by tho proper authority whereas tho present constitution is silent as tho grave on the subject chartered rights traucliises or privileges once granted under ic are be yond tho reach of any legal power in tho State and must remain until those who reap tho profits voluntarily relinquish their rights which corporations nave novcr been known to do in theso degener ate days The new Constitution limits county and city taxes and thereby will prevent a reckless administration from ruining tho people if such should ever happen to obtain the power to tax It provides a uniform system of courts throuhout the State whereas tho present constitution is so vague that thero aro scarcely two counties in the entire Stato that havo tho same laws in force and often different laws and different Courts exists in different parts of the samo coun- Â¬ ty It will stop the cry of convict labor against froo labor by keeping con- Â¬ victs inside tho prison walls It provides that no moro counties or cities can bo ruined op made bankrupt by being taxed to build rail roads for the benefit of rich corporations It adds 000000 to tho common school fund and if adopted will at tho expiration of fivo years for-Â¬ ever settle or put to rest the Virginia land grants and leave us all in the quiet nossession of our home after that time so far as thoso claims aro concerned ami tiiat will do moro for tho development of Eastern Kentucky and tho satisfaction of tho pcoplo than anything that can bo done It will bo a greater inducement to tho investment of largo capital than all tho taxes our people could afford to pay for tho purpose It reduces Grand Juries one fourth and saves to the treas ury 17000 it cuts oil one half of tho Justices of the Peace and saves 00000 it abolishes tho olllco of Public Printer and saves 10000 and thereby touchos the pocket of tho Courier Journal it provides for holding tho annual elec tions all at once and saves 10000 it restricts tho legislative session to sixtv days and saves over 40000 total saved ovor 40000 It taxes banks and other corporations same as other property and increases rovenue 150000 and this is why they kick and cry save tho farm Â¬ Grand total saved to tho State er 2S7OO0 per annum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The completion of the K U It R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties East and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will render our patrons happy and make convpetition howl We offer to Country Merchants Extra Inducements and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail East or West North or South up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH at bottom bargains as will fill every department New Fresh Seasonable Choice and Cheap We can astonish you with lines of Cheap Tables covered with goods at half prices A new departure And more than this we will have Auction Repiy Bnrr Commencing Saturday May 30 1891 at 9 a m at which every thing goes at reduced prices come and bring your neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary RBfcft V41MMlnBS9B tr oMlnvl of Blue Grass for the year we will exchange goods or pay cash for live stock You can settle notes or accounts with the same As the prices we name merely give us a chance Competition Open to the World to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford to credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange ADMISSION We shall open a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlims Over 10 and under 35 Cents Over 15 years 15 years of age 25 Cents 49b 1000 Â¬ M UrCSSCS 11 Catalogues giving premiums in full will bo ready for distribution June 20 and o iiuu ami abj usii AHIUlUCry may be had by addressing as anywhere and at the very lowest prices W G LACY Secretary U1HI For Booth privileges address J T HAY u Yours c J M ROSE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY President Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital 4 M G 200000 Surplus TUDMU1U 30000 tilemVphv dJUlfMMA f JS7SS mwn tMJ ku lUBTBIlnvinu iu u WOSTA1T President h KIUKPATltlCK Vlco President W W THOMSON 0 MNEIiTHiilo VlFp7AHlTyrYATn0H lOUHVIUE tJ7 iux OXJBKJLjJLNGh COi f 0 1 1 type writino penmahshfp BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST KY CATAIOOUE FREE Cnshier VLMiurallv tlirniiLliniit luislorn KrnnL v A genoral banking business done Jive us n eiiiiiuu 10 tiui you a nuiiK hook ua your checks ami ionu you money when in need W W Thompson Cash fully solicited Wi respectfully nlicit the business of mer chants fiirmen trailers ami lutslnm men TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS KY mul mil MtUfiTcUoi7 gunrnuteed Mvrchauts 4 rtsjittt Itii iy v - j s if Hazel Gbeen iwul Herald Â¬ WOLFE COUNTY F L U Wat eh Them Superintendents J M KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer Jlnmtliitt tliun all other pupcni in the Statu ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and Mucin nut will llnd it Tin 11K8T mkdium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVKUTISINU KATES TllANSIKNT Ifusu larger elrcilliitlou in Wolfe Morgan Geo Drake nntl Touii Vniinnut Endorsed I R i1 M July 4 1611 Tho houso was called to order by County President James inserted for less than 3 Advertiseinents mouths will he 75 cents an inch for the llrst Sebastian who stated tho object of tho insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub meeting and on motion James Sebastian was by unanimous vote mado permanent Neuiieut iiiHcrtiou TltANSIKNT AlViilTISINl MUST Chairman and Jonas F Vansant was fATLh in iAin in advance chosen as permanent Secretary There STANDING ADVKItTISKMKNTH upon tho following delegates were ap Â¬ 7 50 I inch 12 mouths W 12 50 pointed a Committee on Credentials J inehcH M O 15 00 H Duff Campton Lodgo No 181 II incheH 18 75 Spencer Spruce Gap Lodgo No 2059 4 incheH 22 00 W B Vancleave Greenville Lodgo No 5 incheH 25 00 1629 J T Crain Clifty Lodgo No 181 J inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements A G Bradley Antioch Lodgo No 3G8 made known on application E W Bowman Pino Hill Lodgo No Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a 280 James Rose Stillwater Lodge No line Count six words to the line and send loG C M Fallen Daysboro Lodgo No money with the manuscript We will write 1074 A F Johnson Profitt Lodgo No obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among 300 W T McNabb Sandliold Lodgo reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis No 279 W M Graham Holly Lodgo count of 25 per cent where they run a month No 157 and it made the following reor more Marriage and death notices not exceeding port We tho Committee on Credentials ten lines solicited and published lltKK Hkguiau Advertising beg leave to submit tho following report Bills kok L U of Wolfo Wo find that the F PAYAI1LK QUAKTKIILY ON DEMAND SPENVEK COOPER Address county are reprepresented from all the Hazel Green Ky sub Unions except Morning Star Lodgo and Upper Stillwater Lodge and that each Lodge is entitled to two votes in ANNOUNCEMENT this meeting for the endorsement of can Â¬ We arc authorized to announce GEORGE didates to fill the offices of Circuit Court W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem Clerk and Sheriff of Wolfe county with- Â¬ out regard to the political affiliations of ocratic party authorized to announce WEEDEN said candidate ana we respectfully ask We are CONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriir of all the voters of Wolfo county to assist Wolfe county subject to the action of the in electing said candidates to said offices Democratic party W B Duff One of Committee We are authorized to announce W A UYKD of Torrent as a candidate for Sher Thereupon by consent tho delegates iff of Wolfe county at the August election from Greenhill Lodge No 1529 withdrew 1892 subject to the voters of the county from the meeting Mr Byrd says he is a Democrat and expects Bro C M Fallen of Daysboro Lodgo to remain one he does not believe in frau No 1084 presented the following resolu- Â¬ dulent means of securing county office and if honored to the position of Sheriff will tion which was unanimously adopted Resolved That we as tho Farmers and perform the duties regardless of person or party Laborers Union of Wolfe county have implicit faith in the honesty and integriof George W Drake and believing Mrs H F Pieratt has our thanks for ty that he possesses all the qualifications a nice mess of beans necessary to make a good Sheriff and we Town Marshal of therefore endorse said George W Drake James P Hall Cnmptou paid Hazel Green a flying visit and recommend him to the voters of Wolfe county as a man capable of disTuesday charging the duties of Sheriff of said Rev Mr Hawthorne will occupy the county satisfactorily to the people and pulpit of the Presbyterian Church in this pledge him our undivided support in his place on next Sunday race for said office and we hereby re- Â¬ quest all the voters of this county to Miss Lizzie Hanev has our thanks for assist in electing him to said office a mess of beans and some of the nicest Thereupon Bro W B Duff of Camp beats we have ever seen ton Lodge No 191 presented the follow- Â¬ Mrs Southey Lacy has our thanks for ing resolution which was adopted That whereas we as the Farmers and a bucket of beans cucumbers and apples Laborers Union of Wolfe county have especially nice the cucumbers being faith inthe honesty and integrity of Rov J Z Haney is in Carter county Jonas F Vansant and believing that he preaching to the people of Olive Hill and possesses all the qualifications necessary other places with a view of locating there to satisfactorily discharge the duties of the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Dr Taulbee reports the following birth Wolfe county therefore be it resolved To Rev James E Wright and wife on that we hereby endorse for and recom- Â¬ Wednesday Jul v 8 a beautiful girl baby mend said Jonas F Vansant to the voters Our Alliance Bpace is limited this week to fill of Wolfe county as a suitable man of Circuit Court Clerk the but next week we will give our Alliance and pledge officeour undivided support in him for friends an illustrated page Look out his coming race for said office ana here Â¬ it by request all the voters of Wolfe coun- Â¬ and Miss Laura Raw ty to assist in electing him to said office Morton Swango lings attended the picnic at West Liberty On motion the meeting then adjourned Saturday and also church at White Oak James Sebastian Chairman on Sunday and report a pleasant time Jonas F Vansant Secretary F B Henry of Carlisle Ky who has To tho Voters of Wolfe County been confined to his bed at the Day Tn onmnlinnra with the earnest solici House with fever since Thursday is out tations of numerous friends as well as again thanks to the treatment of Dr to gratify a pardonable ambition or my Taulbee own I take this method of announcing Immagine the poor farmer leaving his mvself as a candidate for the office of plow and rushing to the polls to vote for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county the new Constitution which taxes his hoes and harrows his reapers and mow- party lpflirn in riv to those who are not T ers his plows his pigs and his poultry acquainted with mo that I have had a for that Bah theyll be too smart 1 f i r vim iui practical uxperieuuc uo lcjiuv rtl Our neighbor Mrs W T Caskey has eight years and for three years I have placed The Herald editor and better i held the position of Deputy in the Cir- Â¬ under obligations for a fine fat frying cuit Clerks office of this county and beg chicken dressed and ready for the pan leave to refer you to the attorneys ofli Is there another editor in the State who pnra nnrl the records of vour courts as can boast of living among as good people evidence of my qualifications for tho as we olnce to wnicn i aspire Hoping that my claimB will merit your Mr Byrd who is annouueed for Sher approval and trusting that I may receive iff at the head of our local columns was your hearty support I will say that if I a riding Deputy Sheriff under Sheriff am chosen as your servant that I will O T Centers if we mistake not and is a discharge the duties of the office hon Â¬ gentloman of good business qualifications estly faithfully fairly and impartially as bis long service with Mr Ceuters in with all persons with whom I may offthe capacity of salesman and manager of icially come in contact his business evidences I am very respectfully your obedient Jonas F vanbant advertise- Â¬ servant With this issue appears the between this place ments of the hack line Consumption Cured and Rothwell W R Tabor of the later An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ place being sole proprietor All the gen tlemen connected with the line are cour- Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by teous and accommodating and we can an East India missionary the formula of confidently commend their hacks to the a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy traveling public as the best and easiest and permanent euro of Consumption Asthma and all nieaus of travel where ease is the object Bronchitis Catarrh Lung Affections also a posiThroat and Jonas Vniisant one of the best clerks tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ in Kentucky is announced in this issue of ity and all Nervous Complaints after our paper for the position of Circuit having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ Court Clerk of Wolfo county and so well ers in thousands of cases has felt it his lias he filled that position as a deputy duty to make it known to his suffering for three years past that all who know fellows Actuated by this motive and a Well desire to relieve human suffering I will of lua work are ready to exclaim lone good and faithful servant enter send free of charge to all who desire It thou into thy reward and that rowurd this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ will be awarded him by an overwhelming lish with full directions for preparing publio approval and using Sent by mall by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A J G Trimble of Mt Sterling tocame NOVE8 820 Powers Block Rochester up Saturday and Sunday went on Sal N Y 4yl yersville where ho assisted in locating a Correction An Important site for tho new court houso for that Through a piece of gross carelesness being on the farm of town the locution Mrs Gardner Mr Trimble says it is the card of P R Phillips in our Fair the prettiest place for a town ho ever catalogue reads with J MRobinson Co7 and it should read with Carter saw and ho thinks tho peonjo will mako We hope all interested Co a mistake unless thoy ratify the action Bros correction and make due of tho Commissioners In locating it He will note the returned to this place Tuesday and left allowance for a rush of work Highland day for a month past for home Wednesday Â¬ Â¬ Pursuant to a call of tho President of tho Farmers and Laborers Union of Wolfo county tho delegate of tho vari Â¬ ous sub Unions of Wolfo county met at tho Cdurt Houso at Camptonat 1 oclock Within tho past two weeks two men -ono from Hart mid tho other from Wolfo LEXINGTONcounty have mado efforts to surrepti- Â¬ tiously obtain from tho Public Printers ON office copies of tho questions prepared by Prof Pickett and tho State Board of Ed- Â¬ ucation for tho examination of porsons desiring to obtain teachers certificates Tho namo of tho Hart county man is known and has been reported to tho Su perintendent of Schools in that county Office Tho same official in Grayson county may safely keep an ovo on him also and can have his name if ho desires it The Wolfe county man whoso namo is unknown They nre operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE but who is a tough looking specimen was STATE enst of IouisVillc driven from tho office yesterday aftor ho All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY had mado an effort to corrupt ono of its Wtm- DONE the lowest uving iMCE8 J M KELLY President Frankfort Capital employes WHENEVER YOU VISIT CALL - THE Lexington Foundry Go 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop X U RAILROAD Â¬ near 7tli St - at pr Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Tttke Notice -Fouinlry on K U RAILROAD All persons knowing themselves indobt od to G B Swango must mako settle His accounts have been ment at once placed in my hands for collection and when I call upon thoso 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 Aro now receiving a Fresh and Choice 8tock ol Â¬ T 6X111 LOH XTtr JJ vn0jAM Jtky NEW STORE NEW GOODS Rose Swango c tf CHARLEY Swanoo DAILY HACK LINE FROM Fall To which they invite the nttcutiou of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist ing of Winter Goods Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Â¬ HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Hazel Green every morning Sun Â¬ and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains day excepted and connects with afternoon Sterling EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED train for Mt Leaves Rothwell every morning on arrival REFUNDED of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at Hazel Green at 430 P M Mens All Wool Suits Only 760 OR MONEY Â¬ Fare 2 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers in charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladies or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ Very respectfully ited W It TABOR Proprietor Â¬ j5l JtL JEI 3c General Merchandise lei jl C DKALER IN Â¬ D R J F LOCKHART HAZEL GREEN KY DENTIST EZEL KY tCarrics n complete lino of Drees Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your attentiou and which ho will sell at tho lowest prices for cah When in search of bargains bo sure and givo him a call and youll save money TJR J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY s Â¬ Â¬ JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON m W -- wm IN- - DEALERS WOOD Office DAY f ATTORNEYS AT LAW Powell j a 11 t wood F DAY Menifee Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNI8HE8 AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY Praclice in Montgomery jjs9The prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor- care nnd attention in compounding gan counties and Superior Court and Court None but pure medicines and drugs used febO ly of Appeals over Exchange Bank Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky MT STERLING KY QREAR BIGSTAFF ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING KY CATLETT8BURC Tho Largest Drag Houso In the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen Practice in the courts of Montgomery and 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap KY peals and Federal Courts WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGIST DAY Â¬ Mns LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is at all times sup plied with the best in the market Rates reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage i aOly respectfully solicited HOUSE Hazel Gbeen Ky arSolo proprietors of the funiotiB Â¬ Â¬ s The only remedy that is sold on nn abso- Into guarantee to cure all Pains and Acnes cramps anu cone jJiarrnrca uys- entcry etc Used internally and cxtcr nally The best Liniment in the world PRICE 25 CENTS jKay NERVE KING mtMMMMMIIHMMMMi Fon Sale by Dkuo Stores and Country Stores Everywhere Uruco Trimble Meef Rack and all disorders of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer tlflcfltes of those who have used this remedy will be sent on application PRICE 100 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL For the permanent cure of Pains in the Sole proprietors of the renowned FANT JAMES PTHE OLD RELIABLE Hat Housi of Cor Pearl J R Sharp Go Â¬ TGDenton DENTON KY WS Dickinson SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain friends and especially the merchants to give him a call when in the city SEITZ WJ Henderson Thos WITH W1IOLK8ALK Son Â¬ A8HLAND KY Have now a complete lino of N II WITIIER8P00N President Clothing Hats Boots Shoes II D HUNTER Cashier and Gents Furnishing Goods Paid up Capital 20000000 Wo solicit an inspection of Surplus 6000000 This our goods and guarantee pri chants Bank solicits the accounts of mer farmers traders and business men ces satisfactory and articles as generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of recommended Â¬ Â¬ legitimate banking oct8ly HB feOly MAUPIN WITH IDINGFELDER NEW- - Â¬ D H CARPENTER CATLETT8HURG KY WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of AND CO FARMERS RANK MT STERLING KY Capital Wm Â¬ Mt Stirling National MT STERLING KY Bank DRY GOODS Noh C87 630 NOTIONS 9950000 Surplus S40000 Oiiab M Grubiw Caahier Â¬ and 54- 1- Mitchell -- Veat Main Street President Capital 100000 LOUISVILLE KY Surplus 16550 LEWIS APPER80N President H R FRENCH Cashier Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the assurauce that we will treat every The largest capital and surplus and Indi vidual deposit than any bank Ih this see tiou of the State Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY MT STERLING Tax Payers customer fairly TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With a new trimming machine a modern stapler fast job press an abundance of type and superior workmen we are better pre Â¬ pared to print Institute Proceedings than any ofliee In Eastern Kentucky Please give SPENCEU COOPER us your orders Editor Herald Ilasel Green Ky Tliis is to notify all who have not yet paid their taxes that I or oae of my deputies will eall upon them Immediately to ealleet aad CAPITAL I hope they will gve as no trouble as I Especially do I have been very patient We have more Hazel Green business than appeal to these who are behiad ten old tax I am compelled to have the money to meet any other bank and want to Increase it my obligations aad I give this Hetlee that 8end us your account and we will treat those owing me may nasue areaim aa you well it an at onok vo hoi delay w tat j W for I must have the money B J PETERS Priwident 0 Vw MLanuAtAitlu C C HAJICKli W JOHN G WINN Oabhikr J2lw SIOO00000 a Yin SP Vr 3 rv- K - l J r III 9 lf i Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publliher HAZEL GREEN t t KY Harry xound mc one day dissolved in tears at the failure of some dish I had spent the whole morning over nnd de-Â¬ clared in the most decided tones I had heard him uao that he could not have mo worn out with such unaccustomed exertions If wo could not get a serv- Â¬ ant at once wo must closo the house und bourd besides tho brisket of silver my choicest tablecloths and napkins had been GOD BLESS THE BIRDS God Mom tho birds tho happy farmer Bald Tlion brnnhcd a tear Thcyijavo mo back my Moaned little child My Mary hore t So lithe and tall Out then alio wuh u baby Ill tell you all Her form In like hor sainted mothers now This Is how It came Shojoved to henr tho meadow robins sing To watch their wings Bhe loved the llehh tho woods and loved to runaloiirf Ity rustle things It wan tho summer nmUho grass was high Tho mowers came And with their hugo machine thoy clattered loudly by J My f If One cozy nost She foun nnd llstoncd to tho songs that had 1 iUutalliho snmo little Mary wont to see tho birds no words Nor trembled lost - V - mowers s pass The plncfc at last thoy ccarod tho bco Whore baby lay Tho KrattH was deep Thoy could not little hor fact-- Itcyond tho hay Nearer and nearer cutno the hujro machine With murderous edge It almost touched hor wherosho nat alonoun- seen Near thyme und sodgo Stop stopl at length I loudly clearly cried A bird flloM thore Her nest Is near my men pans on tho other wMUhttldu WW They turned JuHt wbcro -- ThOjhlrd natterlnanoV I looked to boo Hortiny nosi w n Lol for hor feathery brood tho ono smiled up to me I loved the host V i VMy darling Mary looking attbo btrdil Bat rapt and still 3 And then unhoodlngall my tears and broken 3 J words Said Darllngl 1upa will tho blossod motlior bird Tho little birds havo wings and learn to fly Sofnrawayr I cried nud I Aro glad to day Ycb south Truo wings will go And Mary answrrcd lifting up her rosy mouth I lovo em ho r thgywlllUyFr tawardtho Hunny I had not spied My darling would b lying In tho ground to day If mIio had died If hIio had dled oh Oodl I cannot bear hoa bless the birds for Iftho fluttering wing I IJut every day delight to offer up this prayer Cod bin tho birds JUlla 11 May In Good Housekeeping t fIJo9pihU thowordi A MYSTERY SOLVED How JDlovor Trlok VyaB DofoatocL and a Thlof Caught HE fntcs scorned to bo against my marrying Harry I Hi I I rhf 1 I ncctcd with tho ovent Wo wcro to havo hud a grand church weddingfour bridesmaids a muid of honor and six ushers but ono of tho bridesmaids hnd pneumonia and could not serve another wlui hud gone to JSuropo lor a Short trip decided ut tho lust moment fidt l6 return with ft third diphtheria broko out in tho family ko sho could Hot ho prvnent and a fourth was thrown from hor horso and broko her ttrm Two of our ushers wore detuined by a railroad accident on tlioir way from Now York and did not arrive until after tho ceroinony was over After our wedding tour was over wo began housekeeping in n pretty homo my husband hud prepared for mo in a small mining town in Pennsylvania whore his business would keep him for u year or so Wo had but ono ncqunln tanco in tho place at Jlrst a kind moth Â¬ erly old lady und I should havo bcou sadly helpless but for her fo r I found It impossible to procure servants Tho month following our honeymoon I spent over tho cook htovo recipe book in Iinnil majighemostaf uy limited experience In cooking iWlthMhoholp of kind Mrs Walton I did not injure my huBbatids health or give hltu permanent dyspepsia by feed Â¬ ing him on overdone steaks and under done biscuit How bitterly I regretted tho hour spent lu practicing my muslo and painting when tho time would Imvu been so much hotter employed in learning tho rudiments of slmplo cook- - mishaps wo hiui ho ninny con The thought of boarding made mo very unhappy for I gTcatly enjoyed having a houso of my own nnd was anticipating when the domestic wheels were running smoothly having my fatuity and my girl friends to visit mo IJcbldes there wcro all our beautiful wedding gifts our lovely china und cutgluss and our quantities of solid silver It would break my heart to pnek them all away aud never use them It had been a serious question when wo first came to tho place what wo should do with our silver chest The vault ut the bank was small and I could not be continually running there for any extra silver I might need so tho chest was placed in a vacant room in our third story front and we only took out silver for our dully use One warm morning in June I was in tho kitchen rolling out somo pie crust when there came a gcntlo knock at the door and opening it there stood a neat pleasant faced girl who inquired if I needed a cook I eagerly answered Yes Was she looking for a place And with a few questions on both sides the agreement was concluded and sho was to como to me the next day Mary camo the following morning and soon hud things btrnightened out und everything in good order We congratulated oursolves on tho treariurowe had secured Our neatly served meals appoared ns if by magic on the aVrokc oftho clock Mary never complained of tho work but lent a willing hand to help In the housework us well as her own department Sho had no visitors for she said she was a strajngerj in the pluco All her family were dead long since and she was quite alone in the world she told me with tears In her honest blue eyes I soon felt I could trust her with overything she was so faithful and careful and seemed to havo our interests so ut heart Ono evening Harry and I were going t6 a coricUrtand T told Mary sho need not sit up for us as we should probably bo lute It was after ten when we en I was surprised to see tered our irate a light in the parlor whan I had left the gas turned low The front door was bolted und could not be opened with our night key neither was there uny response to our repeated ringing oftho bell which wo coulddlstinctly hear re verborating through tho house Wo waited several minutes In breathless suspense uml ns no response came to Harrys last frantic efforts which fair ly pulled the bell out by tho roots we went around ti tho back door to see if wo could gain an entrance there It stood open As we came up the stops we VcSuld sco the interior of the kitchen ut a glance Everthlng was in confusion chairs were overturned Marys work basket and its contents strewed over tho lloor and Mary her- Â¬ self bound hnud and foot und gagged lying in a helpless heap under the kitchen table She turned hor beseeching eyes to us hearing Stops approaching and we How to her assistance My husband carried her Into tho sitting room while I rati for camphor and ammonia for sho was quite hysterical and for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 pillowcases nnd several of my best dresses and Harrys wardrobe had also suffered They had not secured much of my jewelry as most of it I kept in a small safo which weighed two hun- Â¬ dred pounds and was too heavy for ono man to lift alone Mary could give no description of the men as they were closely masked My husband telegraphed to Philadelphia for detectives and two were scut up After spending several days In shad Â¬ owing innocent pcpple they returned to tho city leaving us no wiser than be foro their visit but with our purses considerably lighter Tho chest of silver in the attic I now opened to sup Â¬ ply the place of what had been taken I called Mary to help me carry It down stairs How her eyes danced wheu she saw tho rich contents of the chest und how fervent were her thanks that tho burglars had not known of this extra amount Wo felt very grateful to Mary and cared tenderly for her until she was qulto strong ugain She said she suf iotfid greatly with her teeth Tho gag had been put in her mouth so roughly that it had loosened some of them and sho now mado frequent visits to tho dentists Often she was gone the en- Â¬ She always took a tire afternoon bundlo with her Onco when 1 ques- Â¬ tioned her about it sho said that she wrapped up tho waist of an old dress to wear in the dentists chuir to keep her dress fresh and I could but commend her prudence and careful forethought One evening at dusk when Man was out I went for a stroll with in hus band As wo were ascending a steep hill on tho outskirts of the town wo saw two figures at tho top clearly-outlineagainst the evening sky My husband hastily drew me into a thicket ut the side of the road As the figures approached I saw in the faint light that one was Mary and an evil looking man was with her They stopped near us and Mary handing him the bundle she carried said somothing about melting I thought sho was refer- Â¬ ring to the very warm day just over then hastily separating as a carriage was seen coming up the hill sho called out I will bo hero next week at tho same hour and walked rapidlj away My confidence in Mary was somewhat shaken in finding that sho did have ac Â¬ quaintances In tho place when sho had told mc she knew no one but I did not refer to the meeting wo had witnessed when I went to the kitchen to give her the order for breakfast Harry looked unusually grave tho next few days and he would not let me share his thoughts His only answer to my questions was a bright smlla and tho vaguo rcma rk I have a theory There was little sociability in V but ono day we roccived an invitation from the people of the place to a progressive euchre party I was anx Â¬ ious to accept but could we leave Mary albne We had never left her for a whole evening since hor terrible ex-Â¬ perience of a few weeks ago O maam Hut Mary said at once you must go Never mind me I shall not bo afraid to stay alone The bur Â¬ glars will not come uguin so soon I will keep tho door well locked this time Tho evening of the company as wo left the house wo heard Mary bolting tho door behind us und her last words were Dont hurry homo on my account I am not afraid to stay alone Wo reached the house whore thu gath Â¬ ering was and just as wo woro ascend Â¬ ing the steps 1113 husband said Anna I shall have to let you go In alone I have an attack of neuralgia and shall bo obliged to go homo for awhile I will come for you later In Â¬ d taken underclothes linen sheets and tho staircase he returned to his post by the kitchen window just In time to sco Mary appear with her hands full of silverware and his winter overcoat and my sealskin jacket over her arm Sho disappeared down the cellar stairs My husband by stooping could look Into this window and saw her open the furnace door and place the silver carefully inside with tho overcoat and jucket neatly folded on top When she re- Â¬ turned to the uttic for more booty Harry knowing she would be gone for somo time went to the station house and secured the services of the only constable the place afforded Together they returned to the houso und saw Mary depositing tho second load of silver in the cellar The constable wished to arrest Mary at once but Harry reWo will sco tho strained him saying play out As tho clock struck eleven sho reappeared in tho kitchen and locked the outside door Sho then put a short lad- Â¬ der she hud brought from tho cellar outside the pantry window leaving it open probably meaning to show this was tho wuy tho burglars hud entered Then she threw the furniture about as if there had been a terrific struggle From the cupboard under the sink sho took out ropes and a gag Tying her ankles securely she adjusted the gag between her teeth then slipped her Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH ft The Y M Ah of the country now own property worth SlJJfiOOOO I0S8 persons nro engaged as paid offi ciuls and there are rfjriOOO members During 1SJI0 there were built In tho United States 8500 churches ministers to the nutnber of 4000 were ordained and a membership in all denominations 1000000 added Salaries of Ierlin school teachers have been raised Hereafter principals will receive annually SO 10 instead of SS5 male instructors S014 instead of gSSO female Instructors SHOO instead of S300 st II Â¬ The Southern Baptist convention has in Mexico 10 missionaries 15 native helpers 54 stations 24 churches and 7bi members Last year there wcro 3it baptisms and the churches con tributed S14U055 to homo and foreign missions Â¬ The Wharton School of Finance and Economy as a department of the uni Â¬ versity of Pennsylvania has recently Tho celebrated its tenth anniversary foundation of this school by Joseph Wharton of Philadelphia was the first attempt to make the college and univer-sitj- necessary in the education of busi Â¬ ness men A Boston school paper not long ago Ilil IT MaJ f printed actual questions and answers that toolc place among pupils between the ayes of fifteen and twenty In this list Trenton was named as the capital of Delaware Baltimore as the capital of Maryland Charleston of South Caro- Â¬ lina and Kansas City the capital of Missouri Christian Register Bowdoin college is to send an expe Â¬ dition of students and teachers to Lab Â¬ rador und jr the direction of Prof Leslie A Lee who a few years ago conducted a similar expedition to the straits of Magellan The object is the collection of birds lish and lichens found only in high latitudes and the specimens are to be added to the Cleveland cabinet in the college Brooklyn Citizen Â¬ Â¬ SUK TUllNKD UKlt IlKHfcKCUlNO VB KYK8 TO some time could not toll us a connected story What wo finally gathered was this As the evening wus warm Mary eat In tho kitchen wjllf hor wok leaving tho outside door 6pen to witch tho breeze from tho wosb Sho wus sowing quietly nevor thinking of harm when sho heard stealthy stops ami looking up saw two masked figures on tho very threshold In a moment thoy hud seized and gagged hor and with a it and my painting mntorluls remained unpacked in my truuk A number of hail applied as cooks sad servant but 0 being- Informed housemaid ahonld expect them to take that wo they had their meals in tbi kltchonand dopart AowmhI their heads angrily d muttering If wo aint good enough swollen Our sympathy for was so U eat with otlwr fblks tho place wont great that we hardly poor Maryour loss realized but In looking through the house we We aiVfiiHfd In the Philadelphia inducement found that the burglars had made a Hrfr Ue freatet no one would come from protty clean sweep of everything of pa--pe- ra rBajwrrjv fSuHzir m imWhlCH piocsru iptiv4u i lOW when nignt cmo to open loo R whh tired pistol at her head compelled her to show them where tho silver and my jewel ry were kept Not content with what thoy found they mado up largo bun Â¬ dles of Harrys and my best clothes then binding hor hand and foot so sho edald not give thu alarm they had loft her in the pltiablo stato In which wo found her She showed us hor poor bruised wrists where tho rope had been pulled so tight the flesh was out and Â¬ ja in wsgi k lty to bt VkU -- oit-of-tlw-w- plae value The took suek otM things for - was anxious to remain with him but ho would not let me I was con Â¬ stantly looking toward the door to seo Hurry enter It wus very loto when he camo and there wus an air of sup t pressed excitement about aroused my curiosity r Ah soon us wo were walking toward home ho tofd me how ho had speni tho evening Ever slnco our twilight en Â¬ counter with Mury Harry had sus Â¬ pected that all was not right Our in vitation out was tho first real oxcuso wo had to leave the house In her charge and he welcomed It as giving him an opportunity to prove if Mary was tho thief Jho jfuspeutqd her to be His attack of uourulgia was feigned and after leaving me ho hastily re Â¬ turned to our home Tho house was dark except for a bright light in the kitchen Mury sat near an open win Â¬ dow Mvlmr anV looking so serenqaud sincere that Harry felt qulto ashamed as ho quietly stole behind u lilac bush where ho could command a good view of the kitchen and its occupant Ho waited nearly an hour without seeing unythlng suspicious urid wus aliout moving away from his hiding plnco when tho town clock struck nine This seemed to bo a signal for Mary to fold ItroiiRht Him Hound up her work und he heurd her say sho Mr Chugwutor Tho Idea of shut- Â¬ hud a wuy of talking- to herself ting up tho front of tho house to make It Is tlmo to begin proceedings or folks think wovo gono to somo fash tho folks may bo homo sooner than I ionable watorlng plueo for tho summer Is all blamed nousensoaud I wont expect have Sho took a ounch of keys from her It done podko lighted a candle and vanished Mrs Chugwater changing her tac- Â¬ through the door loading Into tho din- Â¬ tics All right Joslah Ill glvo up the ing room Hurry moved around to tho Idea Tho girls need tho piano prac front of tho house nnd saw a light In tlco anyhow and one front bedroom upstairs It disap Â¬ Docs tho piano go with tho peared for a moment and again shono tho house when thoy do thUi front of kind of out from the third story window tho thing room where the chest of silver was Of courso kept Then shuter up Samanthurhut As ray husband heard her descending W up Chicago Tribune 1 Â¬ him--thaÂ¬ 1 thoevoning t The South American Missionary society church of England at its an- Â¬ nual meeting reported receipts 10149 and a deficit of 1 1050 The work of the societj has been carried on in the Falk SHK DISAIPKAHKD DOWN T1IK CELLAH land islandsand among the 1100000 English in the different states of South STAIRS wrists into the loops she had made in America In close connection with thisÂ¬ is Continental the ropes dextrously tightening them ty the Colonial and income of sociewhich reports an 001 by pulling them with her thumbs and threw herself on tho floor as if fiung HUANACO DYING PLACES down by cruel hands My husband and tho constable excitedly watched her A Strungo Iimtinit Anions thn lliiiimicos In Piitiijfonlu proceedings They now entered tho kitchen through the pantry window It is well known that at the southern Mary turned her beseeching eyes to extremity of Patagonia tho huanacos them an sho had done the first time have a dying place a spot to which all when she had so excited our compas- Â¬ the individuals inhabiting the sursion She must havo been surprised to rounding plains repair at the approach henr Hurry say of death to deposit their bones Dar- Â¬ At your old tricks aro jou Mary win and Fitzroy first recorded this You have bound yourself very securely strange instinct in heir personal nar- Â¬ We will carry you at once to jail ratives and their observations have The gag was in her mouth so she Binco been fully confirmed by others could not scream out and quickly they The best known of these dying or lifted und took her to a place of securi- Â¬ burial places are on the banks of tho ty Returning to tho house they broko Santa Cruz and Gallegos rivers whero open her trunks which wero filled with the river valleys are covered her belongings Tho constable said with dense primeval thickets of tho family were well known in tho bushes and trees of stunted town us a bad lot It seems instead growth there the ground is cov- Â¬ of all being dead as sho so pathetically ered with the bones of countless dead told me tlicro wero fivo brothers all generations The animals says Darvery much alive and giving the consta- Â¬ win in most cases must have crawled ble constant trouble to keep them in before dying beneath and among the order They lived in a little house on bushes A strange Instinct in u creatho lonely road whore wo had seen ture so pre eminently social in its hab-Â¬ Mary handing a bundlo to ono of her its a dweller all its life long on tho brothers When this houso was open barren plateaus and mountain searched many other thlnjrs of ours sides wero discovered though our silver had What a subject for a The been melted and disposed of Tho gray wilderness of dwarf painter trees thorn place was thoroughly cleaned out by aged and grotesque and scanty leaved tho polico nnd tho family left tho town flourished for a thousand years on the to begin operations elsewhere bones that whiten the stony ground at Wo could not appear against Mary their roots the faintly with and before tho trial camo on Harry and the rays of the interior litsun departing chill and I wero onco more living in Philadel- Â¬ gray and silent and motionless tho phia content to board Our experience huanacos Galgotha had satisfied us with housekeeping- - turies stretching backIn tho long cen into Hurriotto P Ilutler in Detroit Free measureable past so many a dim 1m of this race Preps have journeyed hither from tho moun- Â¬ tain and tho plain to suffer tho Contrary Minded Tho lust legislature of Kansas will bo sharp pang of death that to known in history as the Farmer Leg the imagination something of It all Islature because thu houso was com- seems to have passed Into the posed very largely of men from tho hushed and mournful nature And now rural districts Some of tho members one more the latest pilgrim has come had had experience in parliamentary all his little htrength spent in ins strug- Â¬ rules but many of them were entire gles to penetrate the cloo thicket look Â¬ strangers to thettechnlcul language of ing old and gaunt and ghostly in tho twilight with long rugged hair star- Â¬ lawmakers Ono day during the soson tho regu- Â¬ ing into tho gloom out of death dimmed lar speaker culled ono of his farmer sunken eyes Ono nrtlst wo havo who friends to tho chair to act as speaker might show it to us on canvas who pro tern A motion was soon mnde to would be able to catch tho feeling of law a certain resolution on the table of such a sceno of that mysterious The speaker gravely put tho motion as passionless trulgody of nature tho painter I mean of tho Prodigal and follows All thoso who want tho resolution the Lioness Defending Hor Cubs to lay on the table say aye And all To his account of tho animals dying who want to bo contrary say no place and Instinct Darwin odds I do Tho ayes had It und tho resolution not at all understand tho reason of this lay on tho table as surely as If the but I may observe that tho wounded motion had been put In tho good old huanucos nt tho Snntu Cruz Invariably way Youths Companion walked toward the river Longmans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Magazine A 8oolnl Mrs Sprite Â¬ 4jWdLj f Runhuton about nlno Mrs Sprite Harrington Johnson is going to reclto Runhuton Is ho really Oh yes ns I was saying Ill got around by eleveu oclock Jury Lecture Inutponeri DIddcreau Did you attend tho lecturo of Prof Hardhead on Grip u Malady of the Imagination Rlddoreau He did not lecturo Why not Down with tho grip -- NY Weekly IHstel Now do como early Yes I will Ill bo there 1 i - yjtiijtu LjLi- - ARTISTIC How to8rlcctWll iiiul WALLS In liiier that iToillvo The liiprhost art is now displayed In tlio designs for wnll papern nnd thcro is no discounting- tho magnificent ap Â¬ pearances of some of thews latest pat Â¬ terns when properly placed on the- Bides Large figures in old gold of the room especially scroll work in borders aro used In selecting wall paper it should bo chosen in accordance with good taste and the most important question to decide is whether it is to form n decoration for itself or whether it is to become a mere background for pic Â¬ tures In either ease tho colors should be subdued in tone and two shades of light drab or silver gray will be found the most appropriate for this pur- Â¬ pose Where water color drawings are hung in a drawing room paper of em bossed white or cream color with very small spots of gold will not be amiss The patterns should also be selected with reference to tho place Where a large part of the wall is to be present Â¬ ed to the eye a greater play of lino in tho patterns may be attractive but in all other situations the patterns should be comparatively simple It is a mis Â¬ take to make the wall paper decora Â¬ tions of the same color of the furniture Instead of repeating tho color of the furniture and hangings it should oppose it Contrast is as essential as simplicity to good taste in household decoration pin selecting papers for the walls one should not trust simply to the pattern books A paper that has been ordered will often look darker or light after it is hung than it did in the pattern book In order to avoid disappointment in this respect it is advisable to take several lengths of the paper and suspend them side by side on the wall and no- Â¬ tice carefully the general eilect it has upon the eye and the room The leaves of certain plants conventionally treated are veiy tnYoctivo decorative forms The ivy maple oak and lig leaves are beautifully adapted to this purpose and they come in large and small designs on wall paper Where two shades of the same color are employed and quietness of effect is especially desired the overlaid tint should be but very little darker than the ground and if drawings and other things are to be hung about it the patÂ¬ tern should be hardly discernible from a little distance The most dreary method of decorating the wall of a sitting room is to cover it all over with an unrelieved pattern of monotonous design Yet many house wives who are careless about such mat- Â¬ ters or probably do not know the secret of the art will do this every spring that their paper is changed Iaper hanging should in no ease be allowed to cover the whole space of a wall from skirt-Â¬ ing to ceiling A plinth space of plain color either in paper or distemper should be left to a height of two or three feet from the iloor A light wood molding stained or gilded should sep Â¬ arate this from the paper above A second space of frieze left just below the ceiling and filled with arabesque ornament is always effective but of course always involves more expense Gold when judiciously introduced is always a valuable adjunct in the design of paper hangings but it frequently doubles and sometimes trebles the price of a piece N Y World Cheerful - - Â¬ A well known Uolyoko business man snys tho Springfield Republican A littlo Irish boy in received a telegram a few days ugo one of our public schools was reproved bearing tho signature of his brother-in-laby his teacher for somo mischief IIo asking him to send him 350 as was about to deny his fault when sho ho was strapped at Chicago Tho I saw you Jerry said Yes ho telegram did not glvo the Ilolyoke replied as quick as a flash I tells mans full name but It named his busi- Â¬ thim thcro aint much yous dont see ness and his business address After wid thlm purty black eyes of yourn thinking tho matter over a few mo That wus the answer that turned away ments ho concluded that it was a bunko wrath for what lady could resist so gamo aud sent a telegram to his brother-in-graceful a compliment law in St Louis asking if ho was at home IIo Boon recoived an affirma Â¬ Does the court understand you to tive reply and tho Invitation Come and say Mr Jones that you saw tho editor see mo It was a shrewd frame but it of the Cornet intoxicated Not at all did not work sir I merely said I had seen him fre Â¬ All disorders bo cured n using ntato ot quently so flurried In his mi ad that ho tho system can caused byby bilious Carters would undertake to cut out copy with Littlo Llvor Pills No pain griping or dis-Â¬ comfort attending their uso Try them the snuffers that is all magnolias and wistarias in flower Tho smell was of none of theso flowers Its source was mystorious It was discovered that tho people have a habit of canylng pocketsful of tho of blossoms aromatic the magnolia fuscntn They look liko the blossoms of our flowering shrub but nothing that wo know of in the north has un odor at once so powerful and so sweet This was what perfumed tho train for two hundred miles N Y Sun clght-ycar-old Tho Sxvcctnvntol Magnolia Wlicn ti train reached Mobile the oth- Â¬ er day the air in tho cars became freighted with tho odor of bauunas yet there was not onb in sight Out of doors ono saw the dogwood blossom tho ja ponica in bloom and hero and thero L toms nuout lourtccn miles cast ot isnnis writes an Enuis Tct correspondent IIo said that last Wcdnosday a colored woman living along tho river hank lost her child a boy just able to walk and search was made but un- Â¬ successfully and tho mother gavo It up for lost Further that some ilshormcn while returning from an excursion found tho babe allvo and well perched on somo driftwood drifting placidly toward tho gulf about twenty miles down the river that it took tho fisher Â¬ men two days to discover the mother and restore tho babo to its homo two-year-o-ld streets by ono John Sellers renresont- intf himself as living in tho Trinity bot curious story tvas told oa tho jfrtfidS E LECTROTYPING f TEREOTYPINO OF THE HIGHEST 6R1DE PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY aoB w Â¬ Â¬ CmnniNs takes a good deal of Interest Dead wood rancher shot a bear In bis business Nover less than ton per fourteen times before a vital spot was cent replied Chnrllo Cushgo with a sigh Washington Post reached A IirrmtZED fo a jtriklng article Tho whip Great jngs from littlo corn juleo grow Blnghainton Republican I am not stuck on my shape said tho porcupine but others are boston Ilor uld A rnriNn orchestra ought not to complain of a high purr critical audience Buffalo No specific for local Bkln troubles equals Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Wutokor Dyo CO cents only remedy of ita kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto nnd ac Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho moat healthy and ngreeablo substances its many oxccllont qualities commond it to nil nnd havo mado it tho most popular remedy known Byrup of Figs is for salo in 50o and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any rcliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for nny ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ no unci tu uui uuoivmoid im im i nnd refreshing to tho taato And acts generally the most satisfactory work posslbli gontiy yet promptly on tho Kidneys in these branches 8ur facilities enable KS Liver nnd Bowels cleanses tho sys Â¬ to turn out work very rapidly If you dcsln tem cflectunlly diBpela colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers nnd cures habitual to release your type on some large job seni constipation Syrup of Figs is tho It to us for either stereotyping or eleclrolyp G Both tho method and results when c T OPJ KNJOYS -- i A N Kellogg Newspaper Go Ufa flr In nur Pnelnmare and Trio Trtffa u Ing and it will be returned to you promptly and In good order We make a specialty of Newspaper Head Â¬ ings and Cuts and have the largest assort- Â¬ ment In these lines to be found anywhere the country from which to select A 034 Ii N Kellogg Newspaper Co as aaa 71 walnut street st loui 7 ONTARIO STREET 870 DEAnuonH ST chioago mo ill CLEVELAND OHKX substitute CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO SAN FlfANOISCO LOUISVILLE KY OAL OHIO 177 ft I7 ELM BTflEET OINOINNATI STREET KAN3A9 OITY MA WYANDOTTE 401 M ft 40 JCFFERSON ST MEMPHIS TENN 74 TO 00 EA3T 6TH OTREET BT PAUL MINM It Is only when tho Do ho brings In his bill that physician doclarca himself in favor of high heal3 WaBhlnRton Tost NEW YORK Nt GOLDEN VNAUB TU1S tho bowels but act specially on tholiver and bile A perfect not purRO nor weaken Rccm CHEAP but In- TtEtors Tiinocan c bar rriHiln rwflrftMlinr Tti A opportnnltlfilnthocomlnirtnetropollf Excuriloni on nil lUllwayj IS Korlnformntlnnnnrt l9 Per Acre ST Htjr tlons and the cliolcrst writings of tho licst Author Wri to for tcrum to Hunt A Katon 160 6th Ave NY MEMdRIBBrWu tTW 1irill UujHMtt rnt ISxprobs liver corrector Carters Littlo Liver Pills MW MASOMorfolkVa hritiivst iiiddreii yriiv wiutino to AnvrnTiBriw pikasA that job w tho AdrcriUcmcnt In ikia ANK E 1348 tt Tnnnn Is no placo liko homo and somo unhappy wives uro glad thoro Isnt Som ervillo Journal It Is hard for tbt young man who Is Just learning to rhlo tho tricyclo to lead an upright lite Somcrvillo Journal Â¬ DISOS IlEMEDT FOIl OATAJUUL Beat Itcllof Is lmmodlftU Curo The NorniNo but a fabrication An orlontal Sold everywhere 2c for Consumption rug Mail and Express Lire b as uncertain as a pcnny In thc slot A enoiiT stop Pivo rnlnutea for refreshmachine You muy get your tutti frutti ments Â¬ ii best cough medicine is Pisos ii Cold in tho Head It has no oqual A curo la Eaatoct cortla For to nsa and yea may got lof L N Y Herald It Is nn ointment of which a small particle la applied to the nostrils likutoc KoldhTdnigHBtaorMntbTUwll AUIUSM A A UJtiloUlXUlif WIUtMl Nnvcn lonn your watch to a musician Ho has too strong a prediloction for keeping tlmo Boston Courier Â¬ wont labor under an impression Preo Press VifliTon A man down in Indiana Is so lazy Detroit that ho tbt- - -- w 7 tt with a gun Is thero any small gsuno about hero Resident How would n limit strlko you Washington Star twenty-flvo-cent OAimirs all boforo him Tho man with a wheelbarrow Speakino of work It said Bloggs takes a blacksmith to mako a folloo tired Columbus Post 2 -- Dokt bo mulish Novor kick simply bc causo pcoplo talk behind your back Rich mond Recorder Woman used to sweep everything boforo hor but this spring slio swoops everything bohind her Elmira Gazette said tho dotootlve Myou ought to consult a physician You Hush dont sooin liko your old self was tho reply Bigeaso Im IndlBguiso -- Wualdngton Tost I Â¬ A series pronounced to be the freshest p migazine feature of the year will be con- tinued in each of the spring and summer pji numbers of IVives if JVell Known Men k Sj9 A FROM NOW TO I TEixyou old man IThe j Z Ladies rlwSw January 1892 Balance nf thin JKL 7 Yeor bJllif k A SMART LITTLE GIRL And a Young Widow Who MiiHt Ilitvo IIocii Soiiki wlni t KmlmrriiHHcd I Home Journal and present the portraits of the wives 7 of famous men whom the public have never seen The series will present portraits and sketches of Vj Mrs John Wanamaker Pillfek Only There is a charming young widow in South Minneapolis who retains a girl as the only pledge of her dear departed The little one has just began to learn her alphabet A gentle man called upon the widow the other evening Of course the fond mother wanted to show off her child Taking up a newspaper and pointing to tho big letters in an advertisement the mother Â¬ 3 fieumati IS ImIow JKIlliMHr a H m Wk DEI rt i 50 Cents P I PROMPTLY CURED BY Cures Also 2 said What letter is that A 11 responded the child What comes after A what comes next lisped the little one And C The Inquiry was pursued still further but along toward the end of the alpha Â¬ bet the little girl lost her bearings and never answered a question would put a few questions IIo began with this one What comes after T Tho child looked him straight in tho eye as she answered A man to seo mamma Tho lesson in English literature wan hot prolonged Minneapolis Tribune Mho Won Tonclihiff Illin lady on entering the kitchen early one morning saw a plato and knifo and fork tho former of which had evident- Â¬ ly contained cold rabbit plo Tho lady strongly suspected a certain policeman o having supped off it and tho follow- Â¬ ing conversation took place botweon her nnd tho cook Mistress Mary what has becomo of tho cold rabbit pie that was loft Sciatica Sprains Bruises Burns Wounds Neuralgia Lumbago 3 1 2J V umRKnuBaBTwA The Princess Bismarck Lady Tennyson Mrs Will Carleton Lady Agnes Macdonald MrsChaunceylYIDepew lYIrs Levi P Morton Mrs James G Blaino p i rmmr jmmmm w r gj h w Bfimm pRtXbcIk2 m Finally tho gentleman thought he All Aches Cbm A VogoierCo Baltimore Md Soreness Froet bites Stiffness tite Swellings J 7j 1 And several others to be announced in the autumn r RShhwkeH For Your Daughters U 7 scls and instructive comments on social affairs and wholesome advice for our mwmM Side Talks With Girls edited by Ruth Ashmore a page of wise coun- - A Hi Fl I P H MKmn fiieeuovkknmjssit AND Oil KM MApsiitiicriMnirmunviota wJr um KortViWkoUMontanaiaalio mMm Mm Washington nd Orrirou ttB Illustrated Publications with rl I MRTHERrH R rintilt1raiOrA2 - BbuI mw PUUFICR sA tV iun to settler C1LU B LUUORS U4 0m ttm s Mailed X 53 f growing daughters Some valuable articles in summer numbers include WmM HK m After Darken the Country -- si V r B K Adrtu flirt rail Ulna Kb Those Little Summer Larks A Girls Summer Dangers Young Man SI M The Summer Mistress sarcastically two u knifo and fork then Cook Cook Oh I didnt Wanted mum so I gavo think it was it to tho dog Does tho dog nnm but unabashed Not very woll yot Im teachin him to London E NGINES TRACTION AND M RUMELY CO LA RUMELY PORTABLE PORTE IN P NfiNT PKfcE WOOIXKYMO HUUJUUHt Will be described so that every girl will know the good from the bad JW t Tho Merchant Heginning on tho first proximo Miss Josio I will ad Â¬ vance you to tho position of wife I presume you will accept Miss Josio tho typewriter girl Da you intend to Increase my wages Thmshers and Horse Powers Byrta or Illustrated CmUloeur buJ Fnw WHISKEY HABITS AT HOME WITH Hook of OUT PAIK A opium raixi iuu mix ATLAMM UA AHI from now HOME SWe offer THE LADIES year on JOURNAL on trial CENTS 5Q receipt of ONLY to Jany 1892 balance of this fTIRTIR PIimTSHTNn POMPANV PhHaiielnhU Pa OCTKEU 111 tlmlM M pr r 0co 19JW r JKWIS1 -- i H l uuiuj iiimiii r l TT u DGPARcmenc Oongrossional District - Official Organ of tho Tenth Ky B F DAVIS of Ezql triutt mid ns v are personally acquainted with Mr itlce wo can fully recommend him Let us hear ns worthy of that position KcHpoetfully from othurH J H McOriitK Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA record 22 third heat four-year-old J I vi Jootl Huiihoiih - Editor Why the Sub Treasury plan should bo OS- jtrTo whom nil communications intended tablislicd for this department should bo addressed 1 power of Hccause it destroys tho No corner can be made money to oppress r STATE OFFICE US is flexible OAliDNKii President Bnrdwell onJ money when tho volume Hccause it will prevent a general de 15 F Davis Secretary Ezcl pression in prices during the season in Oiiarlks Pack Treasurer Sip which the farmer is a seller 3 W M Bailky Lecturer Gold City HeciitiMu It bilges money on the most potential form of Uoalth instead of basing nxiouTi vn comm ittkb It as this governmcht now docs on the repW It BuowDHit Olmstead resentative of debt II C Bnowx Clinton i Hccause it will benefit all classes alike T J Doolin Finchville and bleak up class privileges DISTIUOT f Because its solo object is to increase A J HiNtio President Rothwcll the money in circulation when there is an increased demand for its use And by in S L Kash Sec Trcas Omer creasing tlio volume to correspond to inNATIONAL OFFICERS will not President LL Polk Washington D C creased demand pricesand money bo conlending tracted Warehousing Sccy T H TunNKit are incidental to the bill butare not objects Â¬ Â¬ Ycnrling exhibition 239 Kj 5874 two-year-o- FAYETTE WILKES 2 03 Trial Oct Â¬ 1 WEST CLOUD 5105 foaled March Hlack horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled June 15 1883 Ilred at Ashland Park trial 217 2204 fourth heat record 222 224 K five-year-o- H80223j Â¬ Out of the dam or Hlack Cloud 217K his sire out of the dam of Wilson 210f IJay horse 31 1884 IJay horse 3 officers Â¬ Â¬ il i I mf 41M i ir IN I i r fij i Ml h f M A -t- w lrJ wj Kvolutlons iis wjjjbjk csfaa jsy James II Lackey on Saturday delivered WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALERS IN at this place a Fourth of July Declaration of Thrd Party Principles Surely the mil Normal and Preparatory School lennium is dawning and this is to be the new name for Democracy throughout eternity Misses Genie Cockrell and Rachel A AND FIK8T TERM UKGINS Nickel left yesterday to attend college at MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1391 Louisville Miss Lula Cockrell accompanied them but will return after a few days John Craft living a few miles from town Rates of Tuition per Month owns a colt recently fouled with only throe feet The fourth leg is well formed but tapers off without a foot Mortio Earl and James Watson of HarriW H MEARA President Mooting of United Memorial Union pbr Payable one half on son county are visiting relatives and friends the other at middle of term entering School O G MITCHELL Secretary The United Memorial F fc L U convened at this place with Cllfty Union Wolfe countv Juno 20 Horn To J S Nickell and wife on the 1811 House was called to order by Presi 3rd Inst a boy FltKE SCHOLARSHIPS f dent Wheeler tested nad found correct Any scholars takii g first and second hon I1IUUT July 7 Z2HZS2S2IEZj2aJfi Minutes of tho previous session were read THjd ors ou the completion of their courses in the and approved Itoll of officers was called Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar ninokwntor Itubblo uml tho following found present W M ship each in Kentucky University A free Mrs Lizzie Ward and Plirche Cox both scholarship in the Academy will Wheelor President 0 W Clark Secretary iPK bc awarded Martin Layno Chaplain H II Kash Assfs have n full set of Dr Lockharts best teeth to one pupil from each of tho following taut Lecturer W G Pieratt Assistant and are well pleased mountain counties viz Rreaiiitt Ciav ElDoorkeeper H S Helton Tniimrr Tim The undersigned takes pleasure iu M V Cox and Asa Pieratt attended the liott FIod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee ami All lllliftlA1 vacancies were filled by the appointment of picnic nt Ncals Valley on the 4th rangoments with the American Hook comnleted ar- ft Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin lln scl1 the scht1- veu resilient Iro tern It Well Illurt I am still In the ring and Monelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow Â¬ boks adopted iiv the State Board of EdiiSit I V M A unVB ells Lecturer pro to InJsVnwtej Arithmetip ntL8 S P Murphy will do better in he near future ell and Rowan provided such arrange McOufleys Smafl Primer MM Steward and George Itoss Sergoaut utArms ir Mrs James Yocum has been quite sick for ments have been made for the competitive iieriseui ns ll rrimor six u Second Arithmetic H S Helton Jacob Hounsholl and H P sometime out Is reported bettor Eclectic Speller II examination by the common school author 17 i Third Arithmetic Lawson wore appointed a Committee on fo Hurrah for tho railroad but down with ities or with their consent as shall enable rirst Reader 17 ii Key to same rQ Credentials H II Kash It M Wells and the new Constitution Second Reader each student of cQinnmn school grades to 30 High Arithmetic ii g M Adams were appointed a Committee Third Header Harvest tlmo is over and farmers report compete for the scholarship and the appli 4J ii ivev io same on ltesolutious Fourth Iteadcr good wheat ro cant therefor shall bear a certificate from ucuii ovs 1st rohwiin fj it -- The Committee on Credentials reported Fifth Header Willie Coxs shoulder bus got about well the examiner that he has obtained the high ii c eet e Goography tho following Unions represented Mnytown 1 10 WlXtll News in scarce in this neck o the woods est mark attained upon the examination iu S fi Y dd Lcfeetic Geography Un on 1 Jat Rook Union Sulphur Springs 1 i i ne above school book publications of t ids county July 0 SlICKKU Union and Cllfty Union sum inrus ami we shall at all times have n full M Adams was LeUViV a well known Oil HOARDING II rnilftllniln or pupns nt seated as a delegate from Pino Grove Union iil prices named OHut SUDnlV iV linml V v l - L001 omcers luuL iivra u tiie A Nuver FallliiK ltumody hi Wo are arranging to build a Dormitory 11 I Adjourned at 1130 A m to take on some Mkoiumink tlio only pernmnent euro that will accommodate 00 hoarders and will of the blessings of life which had been pre J T- - DAY CO Hazef Green Ky pared by tho good sisters of tho community for nil forma of headache nml neuralgia liavo it ready for occupancy by the opening House was called to order again at 130 relieves the pain in from 15 to 10 min- - of school There will not he nnv more trou v r tested and found correct ltov F G lutes rorsaleon posilivo guarantee nt ble about too high board The cost of Maxoy of May town Union delivered an Tin IIkham ofllec or sent postpaid by board will bo the lowest possible we win ne prepared to do better work address which was very instructive and full ol thought to the farmers and laborers of mail on receipt of price 60 cents n box next session than ever before During the summer the school will be supplied witli tno country rulillu Speaking The Committee ou Resolutions reported maps charts globes etc etc ou cannot find a better school in the James H Swaugo of Wolfe county will the following Hoiolved 1 That wo endorse the action address tho voters at tiie following times and mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low places in the interest of tho Democratic our methods of teaching Normal we keep taken by this meeting abreast with the tide of education Our pu Unsolved 2 That wo extend to tho good party pils are our best advertisement We refer bisters of Ollfty Union our sincere thanks Stanton Powell county Friday July 17 for tho haspitablo treatmentroeeived at lleattyville Leo county Saturday July 18 you to them Hazel tiioen is the prettiest town in East their hand while in their inidbL Jackson Hreathitt co Mondayfuly 20 HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES ern Kentucky free from many of ills of Itesolved 3 That tho proceedings of this Hiudman Knott co Tuesday July 21 FOR YEARS v euncsduy inly railway towns and those of more popula meeting bo propnred and sent to the Hvztu Miitcslmrg hotelier co EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED UHKKN IIkiulu for publication which was Ol tion no snlmnrtror harbors of temptation SOU EVEBYWUrRF The people welcome strangers and influ Pikevllie Plko co Thursday July 23 adopted Prestonsburg Floyd co Friday July 21 ences for good are thrown around them A regular drill on rural services was eon RICHARDSON TAVtOB ducted bv President Wheeler and Vice Pres Paiutsville Jnhrson co Saturday July 25 All boarders will bo under the supervision STLOUIffMO Sulvcrsvlllc Magotliii co Monday July 27 of the teachers Send for catalogues etc ident Wills Vot t Liberty Morgan co Tuesday July 28 The Union then adjourned in duo form to WM H CORD Fxol Morgan co Wednesday Julv 2l ineej with Mnytown Union at Mnvtown tlio Miiv8lS9l Frenchburg Menifee co Thursday July hecoud Saturday in August KSDlat I oclock PRINCIPAL 30 C W Ciaiik Secretary M U A M Mnytown Ky Campton Wolfe eo Friday July 11 S SON Hazel IJreen Saturday August 1 KY Another Inttur from CoutrovlUo Union The ladies are especially Invited to be Successors to J A Lail k Co Mr H F Davis editor of Union Depart present Sneaking promptly at I oclock ment At our last stated meeting tho elec- r M each day 71 13 Main Stkkct LKXINGTON KYf tion of olllcurs for the ensuing your resulted Iubllo Spcnklng as follows J M Ward President A 11 Wholesale Dealers iu m Hale Vioo President J H McUulre See T J Arnett Democratic nominee for AND DKAIKIt IN rotary J F Ambiini Treasurer J C Representative will speak at the following Straight Kentucky Wliiskiesi Murpliy riiaplaln V T Ward Lecturer places on the dates mentioned I II uard Assistant Lecturer J M Old Canoy Saturday July 11 WMiaLtgl7B Uinoe Pranrllfle UlUl Held Sirgenut-at-AruiU W Goodwins Chapel Monday July 13 MeGulrc Mttmtm IllllbO UlUIIUIQO 9i IJIW iJW jJ gT g rJi r Doorkeeper and D CI Henry Assistant Ezel Tuesd iy Julv 14 And Trimmings of All Kinds a r Diwrkeeper Delegates to the July nioutlng Toms Ilrauoh Wednesday July 15 FINE OLD WHISKY A Jl 4JliUl i ofrTthu County Union were also elected ami Elk Fork Thursday July 10 CIGARS AND TOHACCO Wq hope to see h general turnout of the White Oak Friday July 17 COFFINS OF ALL brethren at that meeting that we may better Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Jackson Monday July 20 Iditcate ourselves in farming and all agriCrockettsville Wednesday July 22 Tarr and Old Taylor Hunting Creek Friday July 21 cultural pursuits We hope thai Itico will become to bo a Spring Fork Saturday July 25 II UKNNETT cheap article In this country yet as the Vest Liberty Monday July 27 WITH lllponilngtoiij Friday July HI prospeq seems flattoriiig to have about a CO W uohnd nuckave In tho nett Legislature Mr Arnett will speak at the voting places esue can furnish i i or J01MKHS OF t Marle r And HllHiS Rico is of our own Kentucky of points mentioned above excent nt White very lowest prices Yresiiecifulli it ill tho Ac Qwtk wythlnk it will suit the people of i Oiik whero lie will speak iu Allen Mays f Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods win tHJHHirexHCtiy Wu have reiereiioe to store lie respect fully invites J r nice Hpiij J J Rco of Ma to gin county hllO is the Kopuuliein nominee to meet him at any AND UMBRELLAS S2 N Paint Sr CHILLlCOTIlh O candidate far Keproscitatlve iu his d - of Ids appointments Y EXE- - We have found in no bodv a more capa ble or efficient officer than Secretary It F Davis of tho State Alliance He uums t know Just how much to say and no more to record properly the proceedings of the meeting Personally Mr Davis is kind consiucraie ami courteous His close at tention to his duties and tlio success attending his efforts in tho capacity in which he has served his people bus made him many warm friends Ho is a man of sterling integrity and staunch patriotism Mr Davis is one of tho young men in the Order who will doubtless live to realize the ultimate success of his efforts and fruition of his W S Morgan in History of Wheel hopes and A fiance iiianyothcrimportautpositiouHiu the Order He was a delegate to tho Nationol meeting held at St Louis in December 1881 and gave his hearty support to the woik of that Con volition Ho lias always lived on a farm and his sympathies are with tho laboring Mr Davis is a man peculiarly fitted people for tho pobition which lie now holds Of his eflioionoy as Secretary tho Labor Journal of Fulton Ky says Â¬ Hketch of tho Iiru of 11 F DiivIm Hcnjamin Franklin Davis Secretary of tho Kentucky Farmers nnd Laborers Union was born near West Liberty Morgan count Ky Sept 13 18o0 He attended the com iiiou schoolsof tho county began teaching school at the age of 10 and taught of falls ami winter for ten years working on the farm during the summer months In 1872 lie moved with his fattier to IwioJ IIu be came a member of tho Grange in 1871 and served aa Secretary in that Order as long as it continued in active operation in his county In April 1877 hu married Miss Corrulla L Wheeler of Menefee county which union has been blesacd with five children IIo became a charter member of Pino Orovo Alliance No 17 August 3 1887 This was ono or tho first Alliances in the North em part of Kentucky He was elected Secretary of tlio organization and has since con tinned to hold that position In tho winter of 1888 lie was commission ed as organizer by tho President of tho National Alliance and contributed largely iti starting the Alliauco work in Kentucky He onmulzcd tho Kentucky State Alliance at Fzol in June 1838 and was elected Secretary at its organization a position which he held until tho consolidation of the Wheel and Alliance at which time he was elected Secretary of tho consolidated Union He has served as Chairman of tho Committee on Constitution and Hy Laws ami held Â¬ Â¬ Kxecntivo Coinniittoo M 1 Davie It E llobinsoii and M it Gardner Judiciary Committee E K Shultz M W Ncal and I II Nail editors Farmers Home Journal Quite an interesting meeting an others was held to tlio satisfaction ol all present CluingvH Quarterly Meeting nf Htnto oniccrs Tho regular quarterly meeting of the offi cers of the Farmers and Laborers Uainn of Kentucky was held at the Fifth Avenue Hotel in Louisville June 125 to 27 The fol lowing officers were present T T Gardner President II F Davis Secretary W SI Ilailey lecturer John u Ulnir Assistant Lecturer W W Holland lltisluess Agent E W Iledinger Assistant Business Agent and President Jefferson Cotinty Union W It Urowder T J Doolan and II C Ilrnwn Â¬ Â¬ of Clluifito Â¬ Â¬ Kill more people than is generally known Particularly is this the ease in Instances where the constitution is delegate and among our immigrant population seeking new homes in those portions of the West and where malarial and typhoid fevers prevail at certain seasons ot the year The best preparative for a change of climate or of diet and water which that change neces sitates is Hostcttcrs Stomach Hitters which not only fortifie the system against malaria a variable temperature damp and the debilitating effects of tropical heat but is also Marcs bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed highly finished trotters and have the leading remedy for consumption dys nil- sine iiign oreu cons nnu tunes out ot producing dams by a greater number of prominent sound than sires any farm in the land For pepsia liyer somplaint bodilv troubles sale at prices based on ac tuai iiuuviilunl in rlt For further iiiformatl see ant to attack emigrants and visitors to re catalogues which can be laid on application Mares kept at regular rates B J TREACY Ashland Park Lexington Ky gions near the equator mariners and tout ists Whojher used as a safeguard by sea voyagers travelers by land miners or of agriculturists in newly populated districts this fine specific has elicited tho most favor1891 able testimony Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lysauder Chier 1G1G 2f0 First dam Puttie Patchen trial 238 grandam of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrinn any trotting bred Patchen sire of tho dams of Guy Wilkes horse in the United Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes 218K El 211 States vira 218 Cieora 218 Hour 217 and 20 others in tho 230 list Second dam Mainly by Stanhopes Blood Sired by George Wilkes 222 Hawk sire of dam of Almout 227M and Alcy Wilkes 221 Third dam Puttie by DowningH Vermont Sire of Harry Wilkes 213i Guv Wilkes Wil215K Mike Wilkes pacer 215 sircof tliedam of Enigma 221 Mambrino son 21GK So So 217 ii Wilcox pacer Uruee2IOKsireofKltCurry218M Dell 21K RosaWilkcs218M Wilton 2lfKi Wilson 225 GUIs Vermont sire of Hon Joo Hunker 210K Flora Wilkes pacer Hoy 223 and sire of tho dams of Abel ner 2 WW Tom Rogers 220 etc Nelly L 224 tf Coll llradshaw 220 223K Gambetta 220 The King 22iK Outlaw 221K 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 218 A V Pantlind ankle white stands 15 hands high and is 220 A Truro micer l llVi Liulv M IIA- a perfect liorso all over having both bone Leontine 223K Urooksjde Flora 229 and ami substance combined with the form and the dnms of Thoriilcss 218K Cvclone finish characteristic of the cross he so well 223 J4 Granby 225 Graceful 225 and represents viz Hambletoulan sire and Mam Hamletta 229K brino Patchen dam This cross stands as the verybest because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22614 Cap dcmousTruted its value Of its many repre tain Clay Driftwood and grandam ot Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire sentatives not one is tnc superior ot llermii da for not one lias demonstrated the same of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook ability to train on from year to year begin er sire of Maud Mucey 217 etc ning in the yearling form none are better bred or better looking Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced IManche 225X by imii Yorkshiie sire Asa sire he is of course untried his first eolts being foaled in 188f now yearlings of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlack Cloud 217K Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaitcd colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 ten miles in 2S08K season of 1801 at 200 TO INSURE the money to be paid as follows 100 at the The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the time of service and the other 100 when the mnre proves in foal Ileing limited to 30 out- reach of nil and lower than that of any side mares parties wishing to breed to him horse of equal merit in Kentucky had better book their mares early SEASON SIOO Â¬ two-year-o- Own brother to Lysauder sire of Lysauder Hov 220 William Kearney Watt 221 Sired by HANKER 4 144 15 hands inches high foal ed May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his great sire and tho handsomest of Ashland Park Hred at 2588 ffiBflHi Sired by ABDALLAII WEST Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Hlack Cloud 217Jf by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam thcClukc pacing marc NOTK Abdullah West 2583 by A Hie West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 21X by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio bv American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio and represented to be by Hrowns Hellfoun der Abdullah West died at six years old He was the most promising colt ever bred Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knceN and hocks He is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most finished set of feet and legs its possible to gel on a horse of any breed As a he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed iu with little handling he trotted ti half mile iu 118 1 5 and miles iu his work in 24iirA At three years old lie was not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink He also done no work on the track as a As a he was jogged and trained lightly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if lie was entirely recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a taw mouths he trotted a full mile in 238 and half iu 115 This season 1890 he served a few inures of my own and was not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will witli a seasons training trot iu 220 I will let him serve 20 mares season of 1S1 outside of ten of my own at SOO THE SEASON money due at time of service or before removal of mare The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal two-year-o- ee four-year-ol- d five-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS 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