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SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Herald Ownor and Editor Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring at His Bnok 100 A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 17 1891 L U NUMBER 17 v v yT v wwrmssewwvjstxssa ANNIHILATION -- MORGAN COUNTY FROFITT LODGE F o J tJtXCEZSal GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF o OF o CLOTHING touis a OUS STRAUS PRICE CUT IN TWO READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 i Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 AT o- - BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Goats 50 Cents Worth 100 This is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky to select from changes Miss Loula Murphy will commence school at the Murphy school house this morning and Joseph Stamper will commence at this Grassy Crouk Grists I will first oiler my excuso for my long nbsenco from TltK IIKHAll I have been sick ever since last December nnd a great portion of the time confined to my bed but tnrougli the mercies or an all wise Urcator 1 nm onco more able to bis out but not well I hope I will be able to work for Til K Hun a LI for I urn satisfied it bus done more for the mountains of Kentucky than any other paper therefore I think the people of this section should patronise it which I intend to try to induce them to do it my liealtn will udmit 1 wish to state in your valuable paper for the benefit of the sink that I have been us ing a mineral water that has done me more could get medicine than all food water seemsthe act on the Iliver blood to kidneys and stomach It can be found on the farm of Mr Claypool two nnd one lmlf miles from Maytown Ky nnd is free for everybody who wants to use it There is no question out what it possesses some great medical qualities The stock of goods at this place belong ing to Wm Tofiver was sold last Saturday to the highest bidder S E Hays was the purchaser and Bold them the same day to Goodpaster Stamper who will commence selling goods at ouceiu the house recently occupied by Tollver Rev Leander Lacy will commence a protracted meeting at the church house near James It Roses on Friday before the first Sunday in August and will continue until Sunday at which time Rev II H Little will be with him to preach the funeral of Mrs 8 W Havens K II Murphy Cyrus B Perry WmYo cum and J F Havens all of this cretdc have bought an AultmamTrylor hreffiing macnine and will be ready for thrCshfugln a snort lime Rev H H Little preached at the Murphy school house on last Saturday and Sunday There was a large attendance and five were received by baptism Crops are looking well in this neighbor hood Farmers are principally done plow ing and are cutting their grass which is an average crop The two stores at this place were locked up some time ago by the Shcrifl for debt and just when they will be opened I am not able to tell There has been so much changing of property at this place since I have been sick that I will n6t attempt to give the Â¬ Â¬ Creok Tho following committco was appoint cd Jerry Profitt A F Johnson and Jas Buchanan who roported tho following which wax unanimously adopted Whereas It has pleased our heavenly father in his wisdom to call from labor oil earth to tho realms of ovorlasting refreshments on high our beloved sister Nannio E Hampton bo it resolved 1 That wo drop tho tear of sympathy over tno gravo ot our departed sister Wo tender our fervent condolence to tho grief stricken family in this their darkest hour of bereavement 2 That in tho death of our sinter tho L U has lost a faithful and worthy F member tho community an honorable and useful citizen and her family a dovo ted and loving wife and mother 3 That these resolutions bo published in the Hazel Gkkbn Hkuald nnd a copy bo sent to Thomas Hampton tho husband of the deceased and all other papers friendly to tho organization 3 Tribute of llospcct to Xnuiilo K Hampton PI KtNUlRT UtfflHAL HAILWAT 1IIUK OKAS ttOUTK At n called meeting of Prolltt Lodge Laaa AntkA JkSCS3SjakJtAJSj No 8G2 P L U hold Juno 27 1801 for tho ptirO80 of paying the last res SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY to Nannie E Hampton who died Sects 24 1891 TO AM rOINTS Her remains were laid to rest in tho old church yard on Grassy NORTH EAST WEST line between lexingfastton and cincinnati Â¬ ScnEDUiE in and southwest Effect May 10 1891 Jerry Profitt No 1 No 6 Daily South Bound Dally Kxprcfs Fst Le Le 8 10am 8 00 pill Cincinnati Covington 8 18 am us pm Purls Ar 11 18 nm 10 23 pin Lexington 12 1 On n U 00 pm Paris Lc 11 26 am Winchester Ar 12 lOnn 1 35 nm lllchiuoud Livingston 3 05 pin Corbln 4 ou pin Middlcsborough 7 85 pin iiunucrinnu Uitn 7 60 pin Corbln Le A 50 pm Willinmsbure 5 45 pin Jcllico Ar 0 20 pin Le 1 50 pin Itichmond Lnncustcr 4 45 pin Stanford Ar 5 20 pm No 2 No 4 No 3 Accom KxSun 3 00 p m 3 00 pm 0 10pm 7 00 pm t 16 pm 7 05 pm 7 55 pm Dally NonTii Bound A F Johnson James Buchanan ONLY 1300 Com J Daily Express Dally Ex Sun 7 00 am 7 60 am Dailr No 0 place July 13 On the Wing hw Louis Gus Straus If Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky liehwta Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC mite i MUSIC ttta COMMERCIAL ART KY Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young Ladies Delightful Home Central all appointments First class in Six Departments ENGLISH Terms Reasonable Send New Buildings and Furniture for catalogue B W JfJliAiCUX rresment je268m T X WINCHESTER - DEALER IN - Hardware Queensware Tinware B Agricultural Implrwnts Vuloan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows Whitelkys Solid Steel Binders and F Avery Sons Steel Plows Hall Mitchell Cob Steel Hill AIowfrs CclumbiaTwer and GrangerSulky side Plows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Doudle Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Repairs S Standard Stoddards New Climax and Twer Joneb U price 60 with 6 Ton Wagon a written guarScales Disc Harrows antee for 5 years 2 horse Corn Planters Evans Â¬ Â¬ The largest stock ot Cook and Heating StoveH of any house in Eastern Kentucky Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysvillo Street MT STERLING KY LEXINGTON KY West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 12 The I nir M Fresh Oyster at all seasons U - KItetan New York Counts and SEATING CAPACITY 160 Iilue Points Saddle Rocks Mobile Counts Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season always on hand additions Is The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent steaming at a Miller Improved Range the finest in the world with eighteen fires six tachments two large brollors anil hot and cold water reservoirs This range will cook anything from a half a beef to a tidblt of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind In A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all REGULAR MEALS 26 CENTS GUS LUIGART Proprietor nov21ly West Liberty Wisps early Monday morning Maxcy Kendalls store of blood and later we not gentlemen had been up late at night and had gotten into a row and cut with knives There were also some drunken parties on the street at the same hour and the conduct ot all must have been bad enough from the rumor What kind of officers have we what kind of trustees what will become of our town ii matters continue longer The Morgan Connty Messenger did not appear last week but will be out this week Non arrival of paper the cause The editors of this paper are trying very hard to get subscribers and manifesting much interest in their work May they prosper The Methodist Conference convened at this place last Friday and adjourned Sun day Only a small attendance but much interest manifested I hear several talking against the would We doubt if there is be new Constitution jonn uancer j ss itose rieidcn uock a majority in this section for it or not F July 13 Elite J L Wood M F Brown Leo Tolson Honakcr and Harrison Fullcs I Maytown Missiles July 13 Tom Thumb The citizens of this town and vicinity have Olntmentn for Catarrh That taken steps in the right direction prepara Ceware of Contain Mercury tory for the Hazel Green Fair by organizing the Maytown Training association with Mr as mercury will surely destroy the sense Stephen Swango president and C WClark of smell and completely deranqe the trccreiary a cumimuee ui live wiib apjiuini wholo system when entcrimr it through ed by the president to make the location the mucous surfaces Such articles should and secure the same and report at the next never be used except on prescriptions meeting from reputable physicians as tho dam Â¬ Mr Sinclair of New York traveling sales Co spent Saturday age thoy will do is tenfold to tho good man for J C Ayer you can possibly derive from them and Sunday in town Miss Sabina Taulbec of your town paid Halls Catarrh Curo manufactured by Co Toledo 0 contains Miss Rosey Sample a pleasant visit 8unday F J Cheney Please find enclosed cash for one new no mercury and is taken internally and subscriber to Tim Hkrald acta directly upon the blood and mucous Died lrfst week infant child of A C and surfaces of the surfaces In buying Rebecca Swango Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the Mrs W W Swango is quite sick genuino It is taken internally and WINOLEB8 8uly 1 made at Toledo 0 by F J Cheney uo ffcjnsoia by druggists price 7oc Hpenklng Public Swango of Wolfe oounty will per bottle James H address the voters at the following times and Death of Judge John H Mahaa places in the interest of the Democratio On last Thursday morning tho 9th party inst Hon John 8 Mahan died at his Stanton Powell county Friday July 17 Beatty vllle Lee county Saturday July 18 homo in this city of heart failure Jackson Breathitt co Monday July 20 About the hour of 8 oclock a m his Hindman Knott co Tuesday July 21 wife awoke and found the Judge sitting Whitesburg Lctohcrco Wednesday July on the side of tho bed He was gasping 22 for breath and articulated Oh Lord Plkevllle Pike co ThursJay July 23 Prestonsburg Floyd co Friday July 24 and when his wifo asked him what was Palntsville Johnson co Saturday July 25 tho matter he simply sank back into her Salyersville Magoflin co Monday July 27 arms From that time Judge Mahan West Liberty Morgan co Tuesday July 28 never spoke and about 5 oclock sur- Â¬ Ezel Morgan co Wednesday July 29 Frenchburg Menifee co Thursday July rounded by his sorrowing family and friends and neighbors who had been 30 hastily summoned his spirit took its Campion Wolfe co Friday July 31 flight Beattyville Enterprise July 10 Hazel Green Saturday August 1 The ladles are especially invited to be A Never Falling Remedy present Sneaking promptly at 1 oclock Meorimink the only permanent cure day v M each for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from 16 to 20 min Â¬ An Important Correction grow carelesness utes For safe on positive guarantee at Through a piece of the card of P R Phillips in our Fair The Hekaid office or sent postpaid by catalogue reads with J MRobinson mail on receipt of price 60 cents a box Co and it should read with Carter Many Pentons Co Wc hope all interested Bros Are broken dawn from overwork or bowehold will note the correction and make due m IroR Bittern allowance for a rush of work night and rebuildsBrewa8 aids ttu irstoa die Mtten remotes ex day for a month pant com of bile ad eurM malaria Q et tbe Muia As we were up wc saw in front of quite an amount learned that boys Â¬ L Munbon Travi Pass Att Cincinnati Ohio any railroad agent or S It Knott P Af mork G W Baunfa Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt W H Boswell General Offices Louisville Ky 8 F n Moiwk Asst Gen Pass Agt G A DeLong CHA8 L BROWN General Passenger Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio Agent Lexington Ky No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday Campton Currency No Circuit court convened this morning clnuati1 Runs daily from Lexington to Cln with Hon H C Lilly as Judge and J No 2 Runs daily P Marrs as Commonwealths Attorney No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex Â¬ The following attorneys are present A cept the Rowland Division which is dally F Byrd Z T Hurst J C Lvkins T except Sunday no a Dally except Sunday C Johnson Campton J M Kash Ha No4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ zel Green W B Lykins West Liberty ington and I W Rose Maytown t No 2 nnd 0 make connections Win Tho following gentlemen compose tho chester for points on the N N M nt E Â¬ V If jury John T Center foreman No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin- Â¬ ra Drake Harmon Swantro W J Rose nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland Gnp J V Bailey M F Lincous G W dallyand nil intermediate stations and runsi Long Taylor Pence Robert Anderson Wellington Rose Chas Gosney C C INEFFEOT MAY 18th 1801 Williams W L Hurst Jr John Ward Arberry Swango and Wm Burton Pot THE it jury Joseph Bumgardner R M Ce cil J B Tyler Elsbcrry Little Joab OLD KENTUCKY Pence Wm LandBaw T T Williams B F Banks J CSpencer J G Lacy MietXMMeMMtMcm M 0 Whisman J J Cox Robt Rose Newport News Mississippi Valley Co James Tolson Jeff M Rose Elijah Rose W To Old Point Comfort and Return On Tuesday July 21st a special train will be run to Old Point Comfort from Lexington under the auspices of tho Main street Christian church Only 1300 for the round trip and special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for those who go on this excursion Make your arrangements to go as this will be tno cheapest and most desirable excursion from Lexington this season Tickets good to return until August 8 and holders may stop at any of tho Vir ginia resorts on return trip For explanatory circular see or address Lancaster Kichtnond Jellico Htnnford Lc Ar Le 8 rife e WilliamHburtr Corbin Ar Corbln 1015 am 8 15aai 8 50 am 0 35 am 6 58 am 9 25 urn o 11 05 am Ctimbd GnpLe Middlesbsrouch Ar Le t33am Livingston Livingston Itichmond Winchester Paris Lexington Covington PtltAlntintti waijiiiutv C V 1 raris 11 15am Le 0 05 am 12 46 pm Ar 6 55 am 1 40 pm 7 45am zrapm Lc 7 00 am s uu pm 7 53 sin 2 45 pm Ar 10 49am 6 40 pm JW 10 55am 5 50pm A 3 4 6 6 45 p in 25 pm 37 pm 45 pm a Â¬ Â¬ 4H4td0tOS teTI m U WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA Sh6rE And all Eastern Cities Tho Direct Line to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest east bound Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington WK8T HOUND Fast Fast Ml Accoiu Express Daily Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun Le 616pm 7 00pm 7 30pm 0 03pm 10 30pm 10 43pm Ar 11 07pm 7 35 8 8 10 12 12 am 5 45pm 23am 7 10pm 52am 7 45pm 40am 10 00pm 16pm 28pm lZUpm Huntington Cattlettsbure Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington Le 1 3 03pm 8 20ara 4 32pm 10 27 am 4 68pm 11 10am Ar 6 30pm 120p 130pm 6 25 am loopm 6 37am 4 6 7 8 00 am 25 am 20pra 6 00am 15am 00 am Limited Vkstibulkd Exprkhh rans dally and has Vcstlbuled Pullman Duflet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated East of Huntington on the C A O route Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sun day between Lexington and JlantliigtoH Make direct connections at HtiRtlngtOH with At Ashland with 8 V Ky At Winchester with K C R R north and south bound and at Lexington wltk L fc N L 8 and C N O A T P Railroads LKXINOTOV ANDQUVK JJlLL ACCOMO- Potion dally except Sunday ConHeets at Winchester to and from K C polHts and at Lexington with L 8 R R for Louisville For full Information is regard le Rates Route etc apply to anyAent of this or connecting lines er to F F V CO H E Huntington O L Bioww V P aad O M G Pa G W Baknky LEXINGTON G A LexIagtoH Ky W 6 KY G A AiblaHd Harwron fy 7- - i I A w4 - u I GET HOMESICK y c i t i HOfVfE t I I i ill H i 11 nr i VI l i h r i 4 j 1 i Nt h x Oatmeal Cukes Scald one pint of But it made him angry Tho night be- Â¬ meal add two eggs ono tablespoonful SPKNOKR COOPER FuWUaer fore ho went away ogoin to sea ho of flour milk enough for thin batter heard his mother praying in tho next Bake in gempans Good Housekeeping HAZEL GREEN t KY t room and thut made him morc angry Parsnips Wash and scrape lightly ile went far out on the sea and a but do not peel cut lengthwise and pub SUDDEN DEPRECIATION storm came up and he was ordered to in a stew pan with two or three slices J Well lean very perilous duty and he ran up tho of fat salt pork barely covor with boil- Â¬ ined condition by sin A YouOi Wlin Wnn Fond or Hllvor unci of the rirttirc mid III Inhntipy Knperlrnrc Dr Tulmagc on Sunday called his prove It In two ways and you may have ratlines and amid the shrouds ho had ing water Let them cook dry and He was rather anxious to make tin brown o little Housekeeper your choice I can provo It cither by ship1 he heard the voice that Tho Homesick Soul impression on his now noqunintanco sermon was from the parable of and tho statements of men or by the state heord in the next room Ho tried to There are many simple and effectivo his text tho to rally his cour- Â¬ not for any particular reason but just Prodigal Son Luko xv 18 I will mont of God Which shall it be You whlstlo It off he tried silence that volco disinfectants among which are Coffco because lie lllod to appear to bo some arise and go to ray father all soy Let us have tho statement age but he could not pounded and burned oil an iron plate body The chutlec apparently catnc Well Ho says In one place ho llftd bearcl in tho next room and sugar burned on hot coals vincgur boll- of God There is nothing like hunger to take when the subject of Hats came up The heart is deceitful above all there in storm and the darkness ho cd with myrrh and sprinkled on the the energy out of a man A hungry I hnvo bcenthlnkingof taking one O Lord Ho said what a wretch I have floor and furniture of a sick room things and desperately wicked pen nor hand man can said the acquaintance but Im afraid nor foot toll neither with says In another place What Is man been what a wretch I am Help me Butter Dressing for Vegetable been many Thcro And I thought Salad Melt one quarter of a cup it costs too much to furnish one nicely army defeated not has much for lack an that ho should bo clean and he which just now Lord God so of of Still Im tired of boarding ammunition as for lack of bread It is born of woman that he should be In this assemblage to day there mayofbo butter in u plate Do not let It boll a Mix with it one teaspoon of dry As to furnlshlug said the young was that fact that took the fire out of righteous He says In another place some who may have the memory mustard man tilting back In his chair and speak this young man of tho Thcro is none that docth good no not fathers petltiou or a mothers prayer ono saltspoon white pepper u little text Storm and one ing like a man of great experience of exposure will wear out any mans life pressing upon thesoul and that this cayenne and one tablespoon of vinegar course It depends on what will satisfy In time but hunger makes quick work As by hour thoy may make tho samo solution Stir with afork2vnnd as the butter cools lie says in another place 1 will uriso you I prcsumo n small lltitcan be fur Â¬ The most awful cry overheard on it will thicken Mix it with asparagus earth one man sin entered into the world and I find in my text saving nished for two hundred dollars but Im is tho cry for bread A travelcrtclls us death by sin and so death passed upon and go totmy father string beans shell beans1 cauliflower a little particular what I have around that In Asia Minor there aro trees all men for that all have binned Adad at LiverpooLwcnt out to bathe or other warm vegetables andsorvo the house myself It cost me some which beat fruit looking very much Well you say 4I am willlug to ac- - i went out Into the sea went out too far cold Boston Budget thing like seven hundred dollars to fur Â¬ like the long bean of our time It is knowledge that but why should I take got beyond his depth and ho iloatcd Young Potatoes Pare nish my flat I dont believe In jetting called the carab tho particular rescue that you propose far away A ship bound for Dublin cut in inch squares Cover potatoes and withboiling clump things Except that a man oamo along arid took him on board Sail water and cook till Once In a whilo the people reduced to This is the reason tender Pour off No Its not a good plan ucquies desperation would eat these earabs but be born again he can not sec ors are generally very generous fellows water and add enough milktd barely I suppose that ccd the acquaintance This is anUohegaro him acapund another gave generally the earabs the beans spoken the kingdom of God figure Includes carpets the reason There is one name him a jacket and another grtvo him cover thorn When this comes to a boll of here In the text were thrown only add a tablespoonful of flour stirred Oh yes everything of that sort to the swine and they crunched them given under heaven among mcu j shoes A gentleman passing along on smooth in a little cold milk and ono cookstove dishes and h11 that Then the beach at Liverpool found the lads with great avidity Hut this young Thereby they may be saved Silver and plated ware there are a thousand voices here ready clothes and took theau home and the well beaten egg Pour this in slowly man of my text could not even get them Well I am ready to accept father was heartbroken Donrmono The young man raised without stealing them So one day to say and the stirring the potatoes constantly or it will be lumpy Salt and pepper to taste I hardly his eyebrows In surprise amid the swine troughs he begins to so- tills help of the gospel I would like to mother was heartbroken nt tho loss of and serve hot This is an excellent way consider that In the expense of furnish liloquize Ho says These are no have tins divinn cure how shall I go to their child They had heard nothing to cook young potatoes Housekeeper ing a Hut you know ThaVs rather a clothes for a rich mans son to wear work Xict me say that a mere whim from him day after day and they orderBoll two cups Chesnut Sauce luxury Still J mist have three hun this is no kind of a business for a lew an undefined longing amounts to noth- ed the usual mourning for the sad dred dollars Worth of It I like to sue to be engaged in feeding swine Ill go ing You must have a stout tremend- Â¬ event But the lad took ship from Dub shelled chestnuts inlwuter for three min solid silverware on the table and Ive home Ill eo homo I will arise and go ous resolution like this young man of lin and arrived in Liverpool the verv utes then throw them into cold water I will arise day thagarmen ts arrived He knocked so the skins will come off easiy Put tho text when ho said been adding to that wo got as wedding to my father and go to my father present at tho door and the father was over them on to cook in two pints of stock I know there aro n great many peo Of conrse said the acquaintance 0 says some man how do I know joyed and the mother was overjoyed at for one hour then take them out and ple who try to throw a fascination n I dont believe I could thoughtfully romance a halo about sin but notwith my Father wants me How do I know the return of their lost son O my mash very line Now put them back go in for much of that at the start standing all that Lord Byron and Geo if I go back 1 would be received friends have 3 011 waded out too deep into the stock and add one tablespoonO says some man you dont know Have vou waded down into sin Have ful of Hour browned in two of butter though Sand have said in regard to it it is a It Isnt necessary my dear follow mean low contemptible business and where I have been you dont know you waded from the tihorc Will you fnd jOne teuspqonfnlbf jeinon jimv Murely u fad of mine to be surrounded putting food and fodder into the troughs how far I have wandered you wouldnt come back When you come bock will- - Season with sail aim pepper and strain by handsome things A cheap plate of a herd of Iniquities that root and talk that way to me if you knew all you come in the rags of your sin or will the whole before serving Detroit Free wil do just as well wallow in the soul of man is a very the iniquities I have committed What you conic robed in tho Saviours right- - Pi ess llow about pictures Spiced Currants To four pounds of poor business for men and women in- Â¬ is that flutter among the angels of God eousuess I believe the latter Go homo hcruouu can soar as high as he tended to be sons and daughters of the It is news it is news Christ has found to your God to day He is waiting for currants pieked from the stems take pUites I must have four hundred dol- - Lord Almlirhtv And wIumi fhiQ rmmtf the lobt you Uo home two pounds of sugar one half pint of Nor angels can their Joy contnln laW wortt but then Im extremely min osolvcd to go home it was a very But I remark concerning this resolu- vinegar one teaspoonful each of all Hut kindle with m w lire fond of them If J were rich Id spend wise thing for him to do and the only tion it was imuudiutcly put into exe- kinds of spiees and a small piece of gin The sinner lost Is found thoy sin - question is whether we cution The context says he arose gerroot Place the spiees in a thin iiiiiiiviuiiiiium juiiu isn i neeesAnd strlk tho soundlnc lyre will follow tumply take a pride in furnish- - him Satan promises largo wages if we Miry The trouble cheese cloth bag Put the vinegar and When Napoleon talked of going into and came to his family in nine hundred and ninety nine tiufes sugar on the fire when it comes W a mir my JmM- ns handsomely as my will serve him but ho clothes his vic Italy they said You cant get there smUrns with rags and he pinches them if you knew what the Alps were you out of a thousand is that our resolutions boil skim it and pour over the currants mml Q avo a 0OCK w hunger and when they start out wouldnt talk about it or think about amount to nothing because we niako and cook gently for ten minutes Put or tyP to do better lie sets after them all the it you cant get your ammunition them for some distant time If7 re- Into a stone jar and net day heat 5lwJmtyAni get one that will keen bbud hiunds of perdition Satan comes wagons over the Alps Then Napo- solve to become a Christian next year the sirup and pour boiling hot on the time pfutty cheap Of cout if you t to us to day and he promises all luxu leon rose in his stirrups and waving his that amounts to nothing at all If I fruit Do this for several consecutive wu h nice mantel clock It comes ries all emoluments if we will only days The last day boil the sirup till said resolve to become a Christian the higher I have two one worth one serve him Liar down with thee to hand toward be nomountains he wonthat amounts to nothing at all If it 311st covers the fruit dicsUHomo Alps There sball That hundred dollars and one worth fifty tho piU The wages of sin is death derful pass was laid out which has been T resolve at the service to night to be Journal come a Christain that amounts to noth- dollars I dont consider tho la th 0 the younjr man of the text was wise the wonderment of all the years since CONCERNING GLOVES cost of furnishing any than i when he uttered the resolution I will the wonderment of all engineers And ing at all If I resolve aftr I go home Mv wife has one of thosw arise and go to my father watches you tell me there are such mountains to day to yield my heart to od that Tho Prevailing MmN Sow IMiij- - Worn wbrfli eighty dollars easy and I In the time of Mary the persecutor of sin between your soul and God there amounts to nothing at all The onlv MTho fashion in gloves might be called j wouldnt take sixty dollars for mine a persecutor came to a Christian woman is no mercy Then I seo Christ waving land of resolution thaUsiinounts to any a sfandard one for all reports to me I d have to have a sewing machine wno nan Hidden in her house for the ills liniul tnwjirrl thr mnnnfiiii 1iiit- - tflingT is thp resVdutionMUiat ismine- - contrary the shades seen aregray too Lords snko one of Christs servants Him say 1 will come over the mount- - Uttf1 v Put into Pxceiition nil of the various tan onesl black nVouuun get a pretty good one for and the persecutor said There is a man who had t ic typhoid In the and Where is ains of thy sin and the hills of thy inheavy walking glove made with thirty or forty dollars I paid sixty that heretic Oh if I could get Tho Christian woman iquity There shall bo no Pyrenees fever He said overlapying scams and closing with live dollars for mine though over this terrible distress If this fever four large said You open that trunk and you there shall bono Alps buttons the deep shades of yos where do you live may I will sec tho heretic Aif The persecutor Again I notico that this resolution of should depart if I could be restored to tan those that vergo on the reddish KM I would all the rest of my life opened the trunk and on the top of the tho young man of the text was founded health brown The address was given The fever departed Ho wear theare best liked but for general linen of the trunk he saw a glass He in sorrow at his misbehavior It was serve God undressed kid glove YesTyesfl thought so Right In my said There Is no heretic here Ah not mere physical plight It was grief got wclL enough to walk around tin length and closing with two but- Â¬ she said you look in the glass and you that he had so maltreated his father It block lie got well enough to go over tons in one of the lighter tan shades is to New York and attend to business isnt will see the heretic As I take up the is a sad thing a has The nctsaryU go In quite so heavy un mlrrqr of Gods word to day would that everything for after fatherhave done He is well to duy us well as he ever preferred slips sack glove that is the a child to that was Where is one over ones baud and lesh like jne yo- u- By the way what instead of seeing the prodigal son the broken vow Thcro has that of child be ungrateful no buttons is noted in white business tiro you In is a man who said long ago If I the text we might sec ourselves our How sharper thnn ascrnonts tooth It Ij Im assessor for your district could live to the year 1891 by that time light gray and tan and is more To haro a thnnklos child want our wandering our sin our lost desirable in the white and gray I uyyu excuse me did you A foolish son I will have my business matters arcondition so that we- might be ns wlso That is Shakespcre for the reason that either of these yu lmvo a totl f ono as this young man was nnd say I will is the heaviness of his mother That ranged and I will have time to attend colors clean so very easily Very YW few thousand seven hundred and fifty five arise and go to ray father is the Bible Well my friends have to religion and I will be a good mitts are worn and as silk gloves have dollars worth of household and personal thorough consecrated Christian The The resolution of this text was orm--c- d not some of us been cruel prodigals property Audyourwlfo I believe has year 1891 has come January Febru- the unpleasant habit of wearing out at In disgust nt his present circum- Â¬ Have wo not maltreated our Father the finger ends in a marvelously short Mime diamonds stances If this young man had been And such a father So loving so ary March April May June almost time and as they aro not beautiful Uhincbtouos half of the year gone nothing but rhino by his employer set to cultivating flow- Â¬ kind Where is your they can not be commended for either O vow and they were wedding presents ers or training vines over an arbor or htoncN says some man I remark still further that this resolu- Â¬ broken economy or good taste The And as for the furniture and nil that 1 keeping account of tho pork market or tion of the text was founded on a feel Ill attend to thnt when I get my char- harmonizes with every color tan gloveÂ¬ worn ex suppose ydu didnt take what I said In overseeing other laborers ho would not ing of homesickness I dont know acter fixejd up when I can get over my earnest Just a little joke of mine you hnvo thought of going home If ho had how long this young mnn how many evu nanus 1 am now given to strong cept fray and for that thcray glove is in order Tholigh a know I why If youd pffer mo a hun had his pockets full of money if ho had months how many years he had been SW e man I am given are seen thoy have fewglace gloves not tho vogutfof died and fifty dollars for the whole lay Â¬ been able to say or says the man I I have 8looo now of away from his fathers house but there to uncleanlincss out I wouldnt take It for fear of being my own whats the ubo of my going Is something in the reading of my text am given to dishonesty When I got undressed kid which by its extreme over my present habits then Ill bo n softness and pliability recommends arrested for swindling back Ut my fathers house Do you that makes mo think ho was homosick Itself to most women Do not make But that silver think I am going back to apologize to Some of you know what that feeling is thorough Christian Nlekol plate every bit of It and the old man My brother you will get worse and the mistake under any clrourastunces Why he would put me Far away from homo sometimes surbadly worn at that on tho limits he would not have going rounded by every thing bright nnd worse until Christ takes you In hand of choosing a glove that Is too small And the clocks Not tho righteous sinners Jesus camo Get one that will fit you easily and give on nrouud the old place such conduct pleasant plenty of frlonds you havo freo play to your fingers so that you do to call Notbfnij but gilt and have to bo as 1 have been engaged In I wont said not hold your parasol In a strained man- Â¬ up with iu monkey wrench go homej there is no reason why I wound I would glvo tho world to be homo 0 but you say I agree with you on ner nor will you find It impossible to But the young fellows In tho adjoin Â¬ should go home I have plenty of mon- to night Well this young man was all that but 1 must put it off a little count your change in a strcot car ing room who had put up the job on ey plenty of pleasant surroundings homesick for his fathers house I have longer Do you know there were Ladies Home Journal the young nioii couldnt Iceep still any why should I go homo Abl It was his no doubt when ho thought of his fa Â¬ many who came just as near as you are longer They had to laugh Chicago pauperism it was his baggary Ho had thers house he said Now nerhans to tho kingdom of God and never en Â¬ NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY to go home tered it 1 was at East Hampton and Tribune father may not bo living Some man eqmes and says to mo n e ruau uouung in mis story wo 1 went into thu cemetery to look IIimtlHoinu and VuHhloitnhli Article of lKtMl for tho Hummer CioM nndloiiiH Why do you tnlk about 0o ruined reud nothing about the mother It says around and in that cemetery A pin is in the form of a The Yvurm summer breeze came state of the human ooul Why dont nothing about going home to her I there are twelve graves side by shepherds streaming m through the window yon speak about tho progress of the think sho was dead think she had side tho graves of sailors This crow staff the crook of which is bCt with Wifflln the room Albinua Van tootle nineteenth century and talk of some Â¬ died of a broken heart at his wander- Â¬ some years ago in a ship went into the pearls A neat sot of tablets between was whispering sweet words of lovo thing more cxhlaratlng Jt Is for ings A man never gets over having breakers at Amagansott nbottt three silver into the willing ear of Orchid Blossom this reason a man neer wants tlm lost hh mother Nothing said about miles away My bother thei preach Â¬ covers Is made in the form of an artists Miss Blossom ho said nt last In 11 Gospel until he realize he Is In a her here But ho is hpmesick for his ing at East Hampton had been at tho palette sort of whisper tricken Violets and pansics iu cnauiolwith state Ho thought ho would burial These men of tho crew mmn Suppose I should fnthura house 1 have a question to ask you come to you In your homo and yon are just like to go mtd walk nrouud the old iavIa- Jrlo people diamond centers have becomoiavorite HnS XN Vmt is It said the maiden In good robust health and I should be place He thought he would just llko from Afiugiuiset sawTtluf vessoi and designator scarf pins 1 fc j A nowbroocii consists of nhcurtjset bhyly gin to tnlk to you about medicine nnd to go and see If things were as they they sluH rockets and they sent ropes Will you sign with me for the sea about how much bettor this medicine Ih used to be Many a man after having from tlib shore unMluW poor fellows with rubies about whidUs tied in a bon1 than that and some othor medicine been off a long while has gone homo got into the boat and they pulled bow knot a ribbon of RinniTirnni An odd looklng stud presents tho up Sie jslgiied Lifo than some other medicine and talk and knocked at tho door and a strungor mightily for tho shore but iust borWn thoy got to tho shoro tho ropo snupped pearauco of va common pearl button A about this physician and that physician has come t vr Thought of It After awhile you wpnld got tired ohd It is tho old homestead but a stranger and the bouteupsled and they were lost link cuff button In the same design Is T heur you have given up smoking I dont want to hear comes to tho door Ho finds out father their bodies nftorwurd washed upon tho also shown you would say A humlsomo opiU w about medicines Why do you Jail to is gone and mother is gone and beach brooch Is In the c What did you do that for 1 never have a doc mo of pbyslcjans 0 what a solemn day It was 1 have flrm of n torlolsc The shell Is repre- Â¬ brother and sisters all g6no I think My wife couldnt stand the smell of tor Hut suppose I coma into your this young mah of the text said to him- Â¬ been told of it by my brother when sented by a large opal surrounded by atalo tobaefo1 Perhaps father may bo thesq twelvo men lay at the foot of tho small diamonds The other portions houe and 1 tlndyoi scYly sick and self WJiy didnt you get fronh tobuceo Still he starts to find out He pulpit and he road over them tho funar are of gold two rubles being set in tho I know the medicines that will euro dead Munseya Wekly you ad I know tfee phyriek who is Ih homesick Aro there any hero to- Â¬ al service Thoy enmo vory near shoro head to represent the eyes day homcsicic for God homesick for within shouting distance of tho shore al racelot wiih skillful enough to meet you case The bH adawr t Cemlay Kranf ex- Â¬ Bring on that medicine Heaven yet did not urrlvo on solid land There hibited In which there wererecentlyopals You say eleven tfko CUar The Sub gavfe me an aw A salloi nfter having been long on aro homo men who came almost bring on that physician I am terribly to tho ind twenty slx diamonds A largo opal f ul roturtlnif to day want help If I caino to the sea returned to his fathers house shoro of Gods inrey but not quite not Is in tho middle and the others aro atek and t Thf Cuff Ami what did you do you and you fool you ar all right in and bis mother tried to persuade hliu quite To be onlj almct saved ia not graduated down to a Kmall stone at Oh I wUttd Lift either end Tho diamonds are sot body and all right in wind and all right act to go avay again So naid Now to b iuved at ulL tween tho opaJ8 jewciors cckly be X Homesick for Your God Homesick for all sickness 0 then you say Bring me the balm of the Gospel bring mo Heaven that divine medicament bring me Jesus From ttin Innocent Country Into the Wick- - Christ But says some ono in tho audlencs d City Dr TnlmngnA Appeal to How doyou provo that wo arc in a ru- Â¬ Vounjc Men Â¬ Â¬ i Hazel Green Herald in soul you nave need of nothing but you had better btay at home dont go suppose I have persuaded oil that the away we dont wont you to go you leprosy of sin Is upon you tho worst of will hnvo it a great deal better here HINTS AND HELP -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t -- Â¬ I Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ i I I -- I T Â¬ I 1 f six-butt- lMSoxth W - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ViP Â¬ Â¬ 1 famine-s- W - j W KiJi M 41 ft ntlachment to tho scales as each may bo used independently of tho other but It will be found most convenient to FOR WEIGHING SWINE havo them connected as described A Simple lint Horvlcpnltln Drvlcu for Use Tho advantage claimed for this de Â¬ on lunn vice is not that of crcncrnl service as A noltfhboiyvglio litis lnrgely combined scales for it can never tal A place stck rtiiHin wthf arming frequintly it btiyihff IjtoqkamV fcecling tot raurUct cmplyHnJchcap tin if convqnlont meth Â¬ j od of jvlglilnffsmtiJl animals Atoub who has net occasion to usesonethimr corner of a small ynrd or pen into of the kind justfieseribodi Its low cost which tho animals may be driven an places It within the reach of all and inclined piano Ms constructed for tho onco in possessionit will be used much purpose of loading- them into wagons more frequently than might bo sup This inclined plane is not immediately posed S P Shull In llural New connected with the yard a passage 4 Yorker A feet wide and i7 or S feet lonir leading EXPERIMENT STATIONS uptoitj as Biiown In tuo engraving AGRICULTURAL HINTS -- -- - v ix T ft Draggliti lU It periment stations of the United States It is ttmo for tho cranberry crop to fatl when tho peach crop falls to full N O BWIFT SPECIFIC CO promises to be not one of the least in Â¬ Picayune Drawer 3 Atlanta da teresting featuros of the Chicago expo- Â¬ A CLETrAKi boy tcU030 best girl ha sition One portion of the proposed ex Â¬ two or thrco othor occasional benux calls Jane Jnlj-- nrnl ASKHst hibit which will bo likely to attract DONALD ColutnbUB Post The most charmiiig Summcfjitesorts of her his general attention Is an experiment sta-Â¬ Tfhich thero nro over three hundred ehoico tion in operation with its ofllee lab-Â¬ locutions aro to bo foitud irifWisconsin oratories etc illustrating how the in- Â¬ Iown Mlunesota South Dakota and tho Of Roxbury Mass says door worlc of a station is actually car Â¬ Peninsula of Michigan along tholincs of tho Chicago Milwaukee St ried on In another portion of the ex Â¬ til nro located near lakes Paul Itv N arly whioh liavo not hibit each station will present by been lished out j Kennedys Medical Discovery means of maps diagrams pictures seta These resorts nr easily reached by rail way n ml rnngoiu variety from tho full of publications eta a full statement cures Horrid Old Sores Deep for dinner to of its location equipment lines of cress for every meal the flannel shirt coi tumo work etc so that the visitor can if ho SiriTMiiBU ANn OcTonnn Tiio finest Seated Ulcers of years desires follow out in detail the history snooting grounds in tho Northwest aro on and tributary to tho lines of tho Chicago and the work of any particular station Milwaukee standing Inward Tumors and St Tho crop of The main feature however will be PrnJrlo Chickens Pniil Iiy oxroptiotiably will bo a topical exhibit of the worlc of the sta- good this year also Ducks and Goeso- - In every disease of the skin ex- Â¬ tions as a whole In this it is not pro- Â¬ Northern Wisconsin nnd tho roninaulaf cept Thunder Humor and posed to make a full showing of the Michigan splendid Door shooting is to ba had worlc of any single station but to make LonnrirM1 FullJaformatlon furnished ClpVUT Address Cancer that has taken root a unified exhibit showing the kind of Geo H HEArronn Gon PasBfre Agt Culca CSltl woric uono by the stations the way m r s Price which they do it and some of the moro 150 Sold by every qulto n malo Tn original vrhalo was first improved On the vwve important results which they havo carrier but Jonah probably reached The preparation of tho exhib Â¬ upon him tho need of a free delivery sys Liver Stomach and Bowels Druggist in the U S and tem Boston Courier i it is in the hands of a committee of tho after Dr Pierces Pleasant Canada i Association of American Agricultural Tnosn who wish to practice ecoprwiT Pellets have done their work GOLD MEDAL PARIS 107a colleges and experiment stations co- Â¬ chould buy Careers Little Jsvsm 1116 operating with the United States deÂ¬ Forty pills in a vial only Xm pill adostf w BAKER COS Its a healthy movement too Ji partment of agriculture Assistant a natural one The organs Secretary Willies of tho department Puscriisva Its tho hardest kind of work Cocoa has taken a deep interest in the matter Vf 5t tho strapping big follow to buckle are not forced into activity JaaW HL fcfwn to work Pltesburgh Posu vu and has promised substantial aid on the from which tho czceia of oil one dav to sink back into a baa been removed part of the department to the stations At Bsarr tivwcst to Uso ami cheapest Plsos worse state the next Theyre in making the exhibit I ahtalutely pure ami Tluiy tor Uuturrh By druggists it i Motubte At a meeting of the committee held cleansed and regulated mild- Â¬ recently in Chicago the preparation of No Goon all round fruit Ornuges via l oAon Fon weighivo swine ly and quietly without wrench- Â¬ nro uird la Its preparation It the different departments of the exhibit baa mor than thrta tlmtt thing or griping One tiny Alavats sing Bong A batlod ble to remove the gate The ends of was assigned to the following gentlettrtngth of Cocoa mixed Trlth the upright bars exteud an inch or men sugar coated Pellet is all thats m Stntcli Arrowroot or Suar Experiment Station in Opcrntloif Director Tho throughbred A riUtlKCT bruto more below tho lower cross bar and and U thtrefora fnr moro eco- needed as a gentle laxative of tbo ofllco of experiment stations horse enter the narrow opening at the bot Â¬ Tho Exhibits of the Imlividal Stations If V iiioulcal cvathtp let him on ctntmup ltlsdellcIoupopiir- three to four act as a cathartom of the frame thus holding the Armsby Pennsylvania Ax overdrawn account Tho sensational Idling rtrrngthcnluB rAPier reporters tale Puck giite firmly in place tA stout latch on Soils K W Iltlcanl California tic Theyre the smallest DiaxsTSD and ndmlrubly udtipled for Invalldi Manuring C E ThornoPhioAJjf the tippet part of the frame and a heavy C sMiJaW ai well at for peraotia In liculth n a 11cheapest the easiest to take staple in each cross bar of the gate HortlcuIture rE A Poponoe Karisa9Swt onAm satlsiled with only ono leg to stand CTCrjrTflicfo Sold llirds asleep Sick Headache Bilious Head-Â¬ W BAKERbjr Grocrrt furnish means of locking the gate Uotany S M Tracy Mississippi CO Dorchester Mask down or holding it np An iron rod V II Jordan Mulne- Animnl Nutrition Tnn creeping baby is tho fore runner of ache Constipation Indigestion terminating in a hook at tho top is Foodlng StiifTs W A Henry Wisconsin man Buffalo Times Dairying W W Cooke Vermont Bilious Attacks and all de- Â¬ ARE YOU A FARRIER placed near each corner of the cage Veterinary SciencePaul Paquin Missouri Ftnvr peoplo in tho ship Steerage pas- rangements These extend down through the lower of the Liver Entomology S A ITorbe Illinois senuers If so frame that they 11113 carry the entiro This list of departments will give Stomach and Bowels are can tell you nro ono front choice andÂ¬ weight when the cage is suspended whether farming Iw an inStvokn off The tight boot Commercial some idea of the scope of the exhibit promptly relieved and cured vestment pays Do you make it Bulletin At the side of the narrow passage in and the variety of hubjects covered by which this cage rests is a large post 10 the work of the stations fix Tnn tnnn who avoids mistakes by never Tho com LETTER pay Have you first clans tool youÂ¬ feet high notched at the top to receive mittee has received promises offlco trying to do uny thing makes n big uiis- - READ I THIS Hffllutoil with bad tures etc You say yes hut Korycan liuvo liccn the lever The short end of this lever operation from practically ull thofsta take Puck niBcatlnn Cuiutlpiitlon anil Itlci X liuve aro wrong if you have no scales extending over the passage is necessa tions and the success of the undertak A BixanAii failure Winkiugat your girl tried nil the medicine I could irot hold of You should have pne jwdjby send Â¬ tut all In vain liven iny iiliyalclans ooud in tho dark N Y Herald rily or 4 feet long while the longer ing seems to be well assured not relluvn my cutlvcnim In tho menu ing a postal card you can get full end should be about four times this ttmo I trnirslcd undor grout pnln ITdfe wua Trylncr to put n0f on nliiirilrn Ttvofvrrkiiiiol anw tho Chicago information from A riovn flpht length making tho entire lever 18 or 20 a 7 hand Commercial Bulletin LARGE CHICKEN COOPS Tlniea and my eye tell on nn ndTertlae feet long A piece of jrooil ti tuber 8 mint f Tut tK IMIN I drclileil try rTheir Or Interest to Cyclers Tho longest They huvo ivarkcd wonderriilly t Theytliqni JONES OF BINGHAMTON kep inches v placed edge upwardwill Aii Arrangement Which Iteiiilera mo rcKiilar dont innke me alck glvo mo tin betstrong enough for this purpose To coast in the east tho Atlantic lUinoviil Eusy appetite and are curing my piles 1 am BINGHAMTON N Y make it lighter without weakening the atrotiir ami dlin walk any dUtuncr If I had Poultry raiser have long agreed that A ritoTomtAPii would seem to bo self bad thuae pllla flvo yenr aifo tliov would lower side of the longer arm of the a frequent change of site for the poul evident yet wo always want to boo a proof haveavrdineH10tUO liut they have auved lever is tapered oil to the end where it try houses is beneficial for both birds of it my life Let thn aflllcted nverywhare know their value which la beyond expreialon neediuptbc moro than finches square andthe land- - but it has usuallyendedj tjenil ror invriitorHiiulrtu or to oiitnlrtii ru iti THKIIAU rUVI Nprlnsfleld O Sana for Dluvatuf 1KtMON lluvr JIOIWIV IAU t 1h not hard for a mnn worth a million nnd nero 11 pears agoinse unoiner post to here The coops tiro too heavyfororiy It to ho a Di O WASHINGTON PATWOK OTARIlELL philosopher It is not neces which it is confined by a guard of iron man to move especially when soaked dollars Tlllt fflniinrj 1a MTKAM sary either N Y Recorder allowing vertical motion only In the with rain and the time of two or more ASSMIIXATK THIS FOOD Msy KfNi CllKAl iulJil 1 short arm of the lever directly above men needed to move a coop is so valua Â¬ To he locked in a cedar chest Is not hAfa Per Acre iniulBarcrSflOpitrtxirit tH Kara vctom in iiii the center of the cog o a large ring bolt ble that the regular changing of coops what the moth camphor N O Plcuyuno LYE onnortutiltlri In llm rumlnu iiirliuixoim rxirioinon EWIS 98 all Ilatl7 tV ior liiforniM lou mk m ut lW f is inserted Attached to this is a largo POWDERED AND VER7VMED iiy iwrraiiPion ncrri JdhuHUnlimn u U UKnu UntfnjUi UATKNTEU m nimnoun nunuin iu tu Hon A Kiiuno Costume Madge steelyard weighing up to 1000 or 1J00 Sho voro yTTrv Tho tronoft ami purtst Lyo aarHAMBTUIirilCHtiryUMtMrtU Uurry 4In othor a gown of shot silk pounds The cage is hung to the steel Â¬ per Â¬ mndo Will nmlto tho btat words bIio was dressed to kill Brooklyn ViiK yard by four chains of equal length n r rir fumed Ilnrcl Houp inSOinliiutCM UAV CCll CD CURED TO STAY CURED Eagle YA V VA tiAou luilln 1 it If tho bOHt II A I TX Clt W want the wro jan 11- joined together above by a large ring UrcntOtcveryimlTcferjatiie TTtTtWWW for olcaiiHlnw waste pipos dltn A vnnsiniut may niako pootic liconso and connecting below with the iron U S and Canada Ailrei iufeotluicHttiKH closets wnsh rover spelling and pronunciation but only ASTHMA KErlJBjMvDalfil9NT rods of thCj cage It is intended that hiK bottles paints trees oto the frns mnn can fa with tho motor the two sid6s of tho lever when tho Wabhlngtou Post MOVA1U U qjIICKHS COO DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY PENNA SALT MTG 00 etige Is attached should be nearly bal- M A fcreat opportunity to muki HIIiVKIl POMtAlUL turns out to be but a pretty theory Gen Afts Phila Pa writoto Tint - ME iiiiui iv Kaion iau atu avd n v How to speedily and cheaply shift them flKM rj imi ik 1340 m QOOD LIIRL is shown in tho accompanying sketch ANIL E A pair of strong wheels and an axle I BLU n tint iirsrMAl4 tv WIlITlMlTe AUVCUTIMKItM IMKAHK havo- shafts attached that are long homo H4lsrVoitl Hie kimki iiii tldimfrtrtntiloAddrcm W1ITV that Ju aaw tha AdvartUaaaaafe latkla tale ruf icciiriil Itffi r In iiihtiKllll Nl tjiaiier enough to reach the whole length of a N M I CINCINNATI 0 fMll I SiiK 170 coop and project for a brace rod and handles The coops are built broad on t a tho ground and sharp nt the top and are high enough to project one third ii This is the query per above the axle When it is necessary Tiettiallv onVotmdittle to move one these long arms arc drawn What Is boys lips And Beia over it and rest on thesides two JaoSwoisbtlAffth thirds At Hho waj from the ground It thrust through er older balder-Uepd-iia 2 device fou WKinmvo swine Wooden pins are then in the peak and ed boys Li made for them holes an intefrotlition nncod tho short arm being a little ho just above the arras at each end Ono point con What is it heavier If it is not so a box of stone man can now raiso tho entire coop tinually cryfrpm thecradlerTo pie placed on top of that part of the lever with fowls and transport wherever de Â¬ So wltlftliia little introduc- Â¬ will make it right sired and at onco with the samo arÂ¬ grave tory sennottWeturii and afsk What Now for tho method of operation rangement mnvo ft dozen similar coops sodXx is August Flowkr for As easily Tho gate of tho cage next to the pen without any difllcnltyor loss of time answered as asked It is for Dyv Â¬ is raised and it being several feet with American Agriculturist iMn clcwninfi cwnd in a narrow passage and in a corner of pcp3iuv Xlia u orcviui iiiiieu iui Ililtjiii ra llvnnt llftula tho pen there is no great dWllculty in the Stomach and Liver- - JCJotJiing driving an animal into it Tho gate is An ounce of bticccasful prttcilcjplin fraore than this but tliis bfirriful Cix 1 secured by Hie small investment now closed and the cage with tho worth a ton of hypothesis If yon are We believe August Flower cures one cake of edged butter in animal in it is lifted from tho ground making gilt Dyspepsia We know it will Wet uSAPOLJO wlien you ham house or kitchen ta clcdiC by pulling down on tho outer end of ways do not bo in a hurry to 1mv rfnsnnefn trnmvmoTK TKvfitv juts cuiiaju pprUfj UTuJbVlCkadipS I1 iyiiu ute fjvbwu lo wio tho lever For this purpose a chain is change because some so called author- vears a 16 i E sWted iii a smal icotin ttvfl windows very lest lahor rsavingaoap floors it is attached and when drawn down is lev criticises your methods says the town To day it lias an honored hung on u stout iron pin driven into the flcrsey llulletin Tho best method is scouring anol cleaning All Grocer sell for post Tho lover is thus lifcld In position that which gets the best butter with place in every city andqountry store largesVmanu while tho weighing Is done A plank the least oxpejise of time and labor possessesone of the laid across tho fence above the cage Hut tho best method may possibly call facturing plants in the country and PrwMZzr serves as a platform for tho weigher for a larger outlay for appliances thun cells cwryWiereV V If it is desired to put the animals the size of your dairy will warrant you reaQlT lata lijtjplejfas Jr gglVfi Into wagons after weighing the gate In inaklnir So long as this is tha rthouglit does one It is My wife rhJ child bvlug a Mvera aUoW of Whooping M14 next the inclined plane Is raised and case it is the part of wisdom to tlo tho thing and does it right along-- it Cough we thought that we woll try Plsos Cure or Oea Tjcht yon can with tho means at your utnptlOB and found It a perfect sucoeaa The ttrt totUe V they are easily driven up Hu cures Dyspepsia broke an the Cough ami foar hotUaa nowipletwy wred Tho inclined plan 1 uct accessary coimuapd G G GREEN Sole MaafrWoodburvNJ tbetQ SraJxakMt ii47 faperior 8tt CWco HHqoU m 1 Mary-go-round placed ttho framed boj orVjcnge 6hovn at Iig 1 Five feet lonir HV feet wide and I feet high is found to be a very satisfactory size for this cage as it will admit the largest hog or several smaller animals The construction of this cage is well shown in the engrav- Â¬ ing Tho frame is made of oak or other good timber not less than 8 Three cross pieces be- Â¬ inches square low support a solid lloor Only two aire necessary above These cross pieces above and below are mortised into the side frame 1 inch from the end bo that a board nailed across the end leaves an opening a little more than an inch wide in which the sliding gate may fi ely move up and down Such a gate is mtulo at each end of the cage The upright bars of the gate are laid in position and the cross bars fastened thvtn afterward making it impossi- - Mrautioiii Heine rreimrou thn Cliltwpit riintltlnn The exhibit of tho agricultural ex Â¬ Vifor jz JiiiiHtralloMA hour listening to the messages and received over tho wires They tho ticker with the samo imperson another al interest thathas becomeman reads aÂ¬ iBQwspapert It second na ture to thorn Moro than half tho oper- Â¬ ating bfllchils in the country and many Officers in oilier departments arc expert telegraphers so that yon can scarcely find a crowd of railroaders any whero ghithout a number who could pick mes sages from a icey board This is perhaps the reason that ciphers aro used so ex Â¬ tensively by railroad people for important business Theyknow that to send them over a wlfdthat is at all public is like crying tho news aloud Chicago Times from the housetops Â¬ Tho fnvorabloMnipHrtslon produced oa general superintendent tho other day tho llrst apcuratnio of tho agrceablo llqtild how natural it is for some railroad fruit reniouy 9yrup of Figs afov yoars sg Â¬ hns been moro than confirmed by tho pleas mcnwhen they enter a hotel to sit ant oxporlotico of all yrho havo use it and down close to the tolcgraph operators tho success of tho proprietors nnd manu Â¬ tablo They will remain seated thero facturers tho California Fig Syrup Company Â¬ uIlaveyoucvcrnotlccdremhrkcdK Publicity or tlo TelpRrnpli Cotitlrtnotl Dont t with your Bloods hnoii lncKfaWu- la Them is nlways ono way for an ambi elous actress to becotno a lending lady and that is to buy a big dog Boracrville Journal Wimj bo found an excellent rctnedv for sick headache Carters Llttlo LlvorPllla Thousands OflotterK frdmpcopiti who have used them prove this fuct Try thorn DontNo hot days nil drnuchts will bo duly lionorod at this offlco Bingluunton Re publican I riHitlefi Dclftr Is danfccroM vu sIca- TI It In niKcmur In 0Ucap ot iliu Rlood vor- - Into irrr eorrMponr caeiiirnreIocteddeTeo orthm SS3 entl laVthitilitcsrtfula bAllMtl - toWUi uiAjaaa Hira tMlaVM - eiflil4 mii 11 RiirOMATic Pains nro greatly rcllovodby CO Hills ilulr and Whisker Dye cont9 MMtMasltlreuMMB in a A troatlra on Stood and Skta Ma BialleA nam m apU- rfttlon - Masvrefntii tLtaJaVB lncDbM fnimmwrrmm- im - DMewre Of GHKPM- akkti Mmjm rrUWf KENNEDY 40 Â¬ Â¬ - Breakfast Â¬ -- - 1- tii 1 Cliemicals - Â¬ Â¬ -- I Patents Pensions Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills V ps rv KOS5 V V WANTFfiH -- - FloweE 1 is fll Thriff is b goo a revenue 7j Fpr1 foiwe esus froi5Ji cleanliness Try IMsasolIdcacke 6 3of scou ri nbchpjy your next housc 5AP0LI0 in CHEAP COMFORT a tis old-fashion- ed and vfmifmt t ZkCum a it MS h - cl 1 M Hazil Friday GbIeen Hemld BPEKOIR COOPER HAZEL GREEN - July Hon John Q Carlisle than whom thero is not a brainier or more brilliant man in this or any other State opposes Editor the adoption of the now Constitution In n recent letter to Hon J Stoddard In my opinion it Johnston ho iys KY would be u great mistake to adopt the 17 1891 proposed Constitution iw it now standi and to Judge Mcnzics of Covington hi wild It adoption would prove a scri ouh injury to Kentucky Hon Lcnlie T Anplegnte Delegate to the Constitutional Convention from Pen Â¬ dleton county is opposed to the adoption of the new Comttitutiou nnd is making jlKHehe against it He is for the pres Â¬ ent Constitution with an open clauc and thinks if the new one is defeated that the old one may be thus amended In the language of the Courier Journal uttered only recently I Let us cling to the old Constitution CONSTITUTION CLIPPINGS Ms Citizens Mioniil Bonk lam WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL fti DKMOCKATIO STATK TICKKT atfi wm 17500000 o l WILLIAM Of Henderson County For Lieutenant Governor MITCHELL C ALFORD OfBell CoHnty For Attorney General Of Fleming County For Auditor ForGorcmor JOHN YOUNG BItOWK WASH MILLER PKESIDENT J HENDRICK n N j M2 Of Wolfe County For Superintendent of Public Instruction GREEN BERRY SWANGO ED PORTER THOMPSON Of Owen County For Clerk of Court of Anneals ABRAM ADDA MS Of Harrison County Of Iloonc County For Treasurer HENRY S HALE Of Graves County For Register of the Land Office LUKE C NORMAN For Senator 34th District JOHN S HAROIS 250 worth of household growing crop 260 worth of farming imple goods ments 00 worth of sewing or knitting all articles made by family machine for family use and all your books Under the new Constitution the Asses sor will list everything you have from your newly hatched chicken to your reaping machine including your garden and all growing crops After having list Â¬ ed everything on your premise he de- Â¬ ducts 250 and you pay taxes on the Â¬ It U Against Farmers The advocates of the new Constitution claim that it is the farmers and pocr mans Constitution Now lets see if it is Take the question of taxes Under the old Constitution the following prop- Â¬ erty is exempt from taxation Fifty dol Â¬ lars worth of cattle provisions for the family for one year your poultry your S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER J W P0YNTER ASST CASHIER Of Jlrenthitt county Â¬ t Poor Men Should Head It Every If any roan can seo his way clear to under thepoor man should remember that present law hi cow his pig vote for the new Constitution ntuen say his chickens his plow his hoe his wag Â¬ we but our eyesight is not good enough on his harness his bed his bedding his to see that wav rovisionB for a year his family bible ii sewing machine hi rag carpets nnd How will the poor housewife like to see several other things are exempt from her chickens running about the yard with tax gatherers while under the new Con tax tags attached The new Constitu- Â¬ stitution everything will have to be put tion taxes poultry in except 250 worth If you want proof of this read Sectiou 176 of the new smaBBSBamBaamsBa The new Constitution is a matter of Constitution and then borrow a copy of ait interest to the people of this section General Statutes or if you cant do that as its adoption will deter if not destroy call at the County Clerks office and ask him to let you sec one of those yellow ail prospects for development tar blanks Dont let anybody scare ansassaaesBasaae you about corporations and monopolies Will the poor woman who has tolled and saved to buy her sewing machine you investigate this matter thoroughly If you what hurry the me of ker household out to and seemistake you are about to kick make a it will be too late vote for an Instrument that imposes a after the thiug is done Catlettsburg tax upon that useful article Democrat Tho more tho new Constitution is discussed the more it is cussed call it the pool man Mifton Free Pre remainder Yet Dr Hamilton and others Constitution i Pfe--- -- n A mi Hua ample facilities for doing general banking business So- Â¬ a licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention toall business entrust- Â¬ ed toit and extends to its cuw tnmers the moat liberal accom- Z modations consistent with cor rect banking business WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer Bankers Dont Fight It Has any man heard of a railroad offi- Â¬ cial or a bauker going out to make speeches against the adoption of the new But we do find a great Constitution many railroad attorneys some of whom were members of this convention who are very much interested in securing its adoption This is a significant fact and one worthy of the consideration of the people Lawyers are not apt to neglect the interest of their best clients upon whom they rely for support Catletts- Â¬ burg Democrat I J M KELLY President WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE- - Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET ii if This reminds us of tho rata look at that stand around the trap and tho good corn lying within and for tho good they hope to get out of the corn they muko up their minds to go in and when they nnd the corn goa and the we DBALKR IN Time Ver Aotlea wiro door down they squeal and rush t vsatmmsmBmmmsmm The time for discussion is merging in Will someone arise and tell tho people against the wire that hold them until All who wish to can go in the time for action It is right that the death come what corporation or what bunk is oppos for u we shall choose to stay on the dangers to Kentuckys progress should ing the new Constitution Ever and but outside Carlisle Mercury be pointed out and the good work should anon we bear it asaserted that tho banks 1 not cease But the time for perfecting oppose it but the evidence does not HAZEL GREEN KY organised opposition is hero the way to It Increases Courts and Costs point that way BCarries a complete line of DreBs Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes The London Mountain Echo gives as the polls should be plainly marked and Consti- votes cast against the proposed Constitu- Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your Uftder the old Constitution tho poor one reason for favoring tho new tion from the opening the close Cov Â¬ attention and which he will sell at the lowest prices for canh man ha property exempted to the value tution that It reduces the number of ington Commonwealth to courts There are now twenty nine court of 760 beside pigs andT poultry Undor When in search of bargains be sure and give him a call and youll save money the new one only 9250 is exempt and he districts including all Circuit Common n- Chancery and Criminal courts Bad tho Document pays tax on both pork and poultry Is Pleaanew Constitution provides for cir- Â¬ Read tho new Constitution Four it hard to see bow holl vote Not very I The cuits not to exceed one for every 60000 men out of live in this county after of population Kentuckys population carefully reading it and comparing it We tkla week make room for the ex Is in round numbers 1IK0000 That with the old arc against it Estill Eagle pressions of a few of tho best papers in authorises thirty three districts an in Â¬ the 8tate on the new Constitution and crease of four and that number will be sMYHMTIM M IMIMrrrMIU ann n n bi TvWrwaiymti ar yaiTyssia uKUAytujt ww w aa ma anaa naia could fill our paper with like expressions required in order to make the mountain ITS AT THE IITA1T ITRATTH SHTH WEST from the leading journals They scent districts small enough to allow threo iataihK Kk aTHlttiV IsWIVILlI danger to the people and warn them terms of court every year Courier against it Journal JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON complaint to Kogret They Will Ha to Much Under 8ec 227 of the new Constitution the Railroad Commissioner may relievo cure1 and It is our judgment that the new Con- Â¬ railroads from the operations of that stitution will entail much upon the State fey h prompt section anl It Might havo done as much that the people will regret On that DKALER8 IN- for the farmer by allowing the Commis point the Courier Journal has spoken in aionerof Agriculture to relieve him from no uncertain tones It has pointed out Ques the provisions of Sec 16 But it doesnt its objections with specification all the same tioning the motlyo of none giving tne S VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY rAltt most ample and candid testimony to the Thmjf immmmmmmmmmmmm intelligence and disinterestedness of gen A promiaent Alliance man in this MT ths livrv KY county had 30000 acres of mineral ami tlemen favoring the now Constitution it has claimed tho same right to have its ansa ha atamaoh timber lands contracted but the parties Â¬ careffiftUKfiXoutdC0 D0C0r8 MecWJp olM unJ en special wrote to him that they would not buy motives in taking an opposite view rely assist ami graaf Nose bat pare medicines and dnigH used at any price if the new Constitution were spected Clinton Democrat febJ j tllgaatlan adopted And this is an instance of A Humbug ami a Framl what may be expected should that in- Â¬ TQR J P LOCKHART QREAR BIGSTAFF Ik strument become the organic law It may bo accepted by the people and Â¬ its iniquities may be voted good never ATTORNEYS AT LAW Laws Mass endorsement can DENTIST MT STERLING KY Some of the advocate of the now Con theless even popular a humbug and a it from being atltutioa would have the people believe not keepAnd tho Democrat who goes to Practice In the courts of Montgomery and that all who oppose the adoption of that fraudo1ls in August and votes the straight EZEL KY adjoinlnr counties and in the Court of Ai peals and Federal Courts Instrument are born fools They remind the ticketand then records himself as against us of the lunatic who on the way to the the new Constitution will not only havo J A TAULDEE TAMES p FANT asylum pointed out a crowd and said to performed a servlco to his party but ho W WITH THE hi guard Did you ever see ao many will havo entered his namo in tho list of OIDREMADLK Hat Haust of W S Dickinson oraxy people together before We hope those who are opposed to unequal taxa Â¬ Co Hazel Green Wolfe County this will aeed no diagram tion and despotic laws Willlamstown TvF0r1V Ills Ve CINCINNATI ot mamamamvaMammammsC Public Opinion mountain friends aiid es- KENTUCKY mcrchni o Klve him a call Col Jfebart W Woley of Louisville when In the city DAY A Vary 8rleu Objection a ygrOOD aayaef tfwaew Constitution If there wood If the new Constitution is adopted ware an pea elawse la that instrument XT H MAUPIN ATTORNEYS AT MT STERLING KY by which the peeple eoutd correct its mine owners will have to submit to any Office over Kxclianee Hank WITH roar at laet m may may be aiscovereu charge that tho railroad may choose to MIVI at Ml Hlerlinc Kv D the prepeied Constitution should receive make for marketing their coal by that Montfowery Powell MenuVe a ntast careful consideration but tho Constitution they are restrained from sirConsIenweHts of produce and the WctIn BreatfcHt Rowan MagoH of Mountain Merchants respect NOTIONS ROOTS Rllfatti r alauM ml Suiertor CU t contain is a closed building and operating roads for them SUurt Jel4ly ully solicited selves Middlesboro Herald daenm ana is a suam ana a UMusion 4 feOty CATLKTTSRLHCl KY The new Constitution makes the Sec retary of State an electivo office In event of a Republican Secretary and a Deaaocratic Governor or vice vorsa we would have a nice kettle of fish wouldnt Â¬ agaistt the new Constitution for tho A friend of our said to us a few days very reason that The Herald is for ago that thero were many things in tho the people and belloves the new Consti new Constitution ho did not like but tution to be against their interests that there were somo good things in it that ho did like and he thought he would Â¬ We wish to go on record as being Wont Be Caught la It vote for it Not tor Our Uost Iatarasta They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SIIOF IN THE Wo are opposed tothe adoption of the new Constitution because we do not be- Â¬ STATE east of Louisri lieve it is for the best interests qf the All kinds of TOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY people and not because the Courier DONE the lowest uvino PRICES J M KELLY President Journal or Mr Brown or somebody else is for or against it It is an easy matter Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET for Mr Brown to announce that he will JikT Foundry on K U RAILROAD H3AAJLgWJU vote for it because his opponent Mr Wood the Republican nominee is for it thus eliminating the question from the canvass Richmond Climax Shop K TJ RAILROAD near 7th St at Â¬ HsZT oasjkle Y General Merchandise iU T J AWMi t Jy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0dMdJ v m w mm - bmbbi m w m bbbi m mbibbbi BBrBBar CONSTIPATION fewI t pntvnf4 imTMAiWSirB n m -- ijpiii fc Ayirt Cathartic Pills Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals rgulat t STERLING Â¬ Br J Aytr Co M Trimble Bros WHOLESALE TR Physician and Surgeon BOCBHS t IsaC aJ H CARPENTER SYml -- - - i - f 1 UL Jt Frank Patton and Prownlow Osborn Whilo at Campton this week wo learn- Â¬ Has a larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan two young men living on tho head of ed that Judge Tutt David Hogg and W uixl llreathitt than all other papers in the Stillwater in this county while under P Elklns will shorly visit TextiB with a State and inerehautH in Mt Sterling Win tho influence of liquor Saturday last view to locating in that Stato and that ehester Lexington Louisville and Mucin engaged in a difficulty in which Osborn if they do so some twenty or thirty mere null will tiud It THE IIKST MEDIUM through was struck in tho head with a rock by of Wolfo countys citizens will do like- Â¬ whiuh to secure Mountain Trade Patton with what is likely to result wise Wo can ill afford to part with ADVMTISINU JtATKH fatally Tho young men wcro the best such men as those named and wo hope Tit ANSI KNT AdvertiKeiiients inserted for lens than 3 of friends had made n crop of corn in thoy may change their minds nioiitliH will lie 75 cents au iueh fdr the llrst partnership which was laid by Friday cents an Inch for each sub afternoon and Saturday they insertion anil Druggists and all others who sell Ayers got on a sentient insertion spree to celebrato the event with tho Ague Cure aro authorized to guarantee a AlX TllANBIHNT ADVIRTIHIN MUST Try tins medicino result as above Further particulars as euro for instance hi iaiii in advance we learn them hIiow that Osliorn follow- Â¬ first standing adveutihkmexth 7 W ed Patton for some distance in an effort 12 mouths 1 inch Tim Holler Mill 11 0 to cut him with a largo knife tho latter U inches Our farmers should interest themselves 15 00 backing inoliuH from him and begging all the in new roller mill for Hazel Green 13 75 4 Inches time Finally Patton made a stand and Notho 22 00 investment could pay them better 5 InclicH 25 00 when Osborn was within six feet of him as they could have u market for their G inches Liberal ratcn on larger advertisements threw the rock that will result in Os wheat and at the same timo get a divi- Â¬ borns death Tho physicians who attend dend from their stock In snort they made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc ic a ed the wounded man Dr Taulbeo of would mako money going and coming line Count six words to the Hue and tend this place and Dr Stamper of Campton We will write took thirteen pieces of bono money with the manuscript CouMimptloii Cured from tho obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ among wounded mans head the brains oozing Local notices to be interspersed reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis out nt the time and they state that it tice having had placed in his hands by count of 25 per cent where they run a month will bo impossible for him to recover nn East India missionary tho formula of Ho was alive Tuesday evening but will a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding prabably be in the cold embrace of death and permanent cure of Consumption ten lines solicited and published KIlKK before this paper is issued Patton has Uronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all HHIMUM VOn IlKOtlAU Advkiitihino not been arrested Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ 1AYAHIK QUAKTEItlY ON DEMAND tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ SPtiNCKIt COOPKIl Address To the Voters of Wolfu County ity and all Nervous Complaints after Hazel Green Ky In compliance with the earnest solici- Â¬ having tested its wonderful curative pow- Â¬ tations of numerous friends as well as ers in thousands of cases has felt it his ANNOUNCEMENT to uratify a pardonable ambition of my duty to make it known to his suffering We are authorized to announce GKOUCSK own I take this method of announcing fellows Actuated by this motive and a W DRAKE as a candidate for Hherilf of myself as a candidate for tho office or desire to relieve human suflbring I will Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county send free of charge to all who desire it ocratic party subject to the action of the Democratic this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ We are authorized to announce WKKDEN party lish with full directions for preparing tONGLKTOXasu candidate for Shorili of I desire to say to those who subject to the action ot the acquainted with me that I haveare not and using Sent by mail by addressing Wolfe county had a with stamp naming this paper W A Democratic party practical experience as Deputy Clerk for Xoyks 820 Powers Block Rochester We are authorized to announce W A eight years and for three years 1 have N Y Jyl DYIID of Torrent as a candidate for Slier held the Â¬ position of Deputy in illof Wolfe county nt the August election cuit Clerks office of this county the Cirllenr With Uk Awhile and beg 1S2 subject to the voters of the county is a Democrat and expects leave to refer you to the attorneys offiOwing to the crowded condition of Mr Ilyrd says he to reniain one lie does not believe in frau cers and the records of your courts as our columns we arc this week compelled dulent maiis of securing county otlicc and evidence of my qualifications for tho to leave out much new advertising but it honored to tli position of Sherilf will office to which I aspire if our patrons will bear with us only a perform the duties regardless of person or Hoping that my claims will merit your week or so we will be able to give more party approval and trusting that I may receive sjiace to reading matter and nt the same your hearty support I will say that if I tune do justice to our advertisers am chosen as your servant that I will Tako Notice IvunirollHtrt ivt Work All persons knowing thcnisel ved itnlebt discharge the duties of the office hon Row F Agar and wife union evangel Â¬ estly faithfully fairly and impartially el to G 15 cfwaniro must make settle with till persons with whom I may olli ists aro at headquarters for a short time His accounts have been ment at once They report a great revival of religion for collection and cially come in contact placed in my hands I am very respectfully your obedient in Carter and Rath counties They go when I call upon tlio e owing him I to Bethel Wolfo county to the camp ervant Jonah F Vansant If thoy do hall expect them to settle meeting previous to the camp meeting not I will warrant them and they can JjNyico Iruvtills In IVrry in Montgomery county then pay debt and costs I will take any J M Taulbee writing from Hazard kind of stock at good prices roir iYsiirsi under date of July 7 says Peace and but earnestly yours Vv IStowiih Iron Hitter love existing in the hearts of the people Physician recommend it ClIAItLKYSWAXOO tf of Hazard the time of shedding of blood All denlcM keep It SI On jor Lottie Genutno is altogether a matter of the past thc has trade murk and crowed id lines on wrapper Gospel of the Son of God 1ms made its complexion use Ayers For the It brings blooming health to wan arrival into our little town and taken its abode in the hearts and minds of many checks M per ons Elders D H Fallen and Rev J T Pieratt will preach at the Downing are hero working for the JMas- IflLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Dave Ward fcchool liont e in Morgan ter Much interest is being manifested Of teitral University comity next Sunday at 1030 A M and by all who hear them May tho good JACKSON KENTUCKY in the afternoon work continue Six immersions last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -lly Hazel Geeen Herald Serious Ending ol n Hjirec Will Locnto In Texan rjOMIW HOUSE CAMPTON KY Is DAILY HACK LINE FROM rospcctlully solicited Table the best and HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL every attention for tho comfort of guests 8 S COMBS Proprietor The putronntre of tho traveling public FRED KELLAM WITH M np8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale SALARY 25 Grocers PORTSMOUTH O and arrives at Haiel Green at 490 v Leaves Hnitol Green every morning 8un day excepted and connect with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leave Uothwell every morning en arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday M Fare S2 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers In charge of each hack and cspcolal attention paid ladies traveling patronage respectfully solicVerv rcspeclAillv W It TABOR Proprietor Â¬ Tho IKDDLINO AllOVE 8AIAUY WILL HE ited Â¬ FOR FUR PAID TO AUENT8 LIVE THER INFORMATION ADDRESS General link 9 Wanted Good Agents to pell oun PER WEEK ok merchandise 178 W Van Buren St No or children traveling without escort CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Chicago III HENRY MATLOOK WITH THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N MCMILLAN HAZEN GO II WITIIEItSrOON It D HUNTER Cashier President WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 fcjJThe above goods are handled DAY A CO Hazel Green Ky byJ T NEW- - MARKS BROS MARKS 0BPP AVI ASMSR8 BANK MT STERLING KY Capital Wm 250000 Surplus 40000 Caaliiur Mitch nrL President Ciias M Gnuniis HOUS1 Nod 134 138 It ACE STREET The largest capital and surplus and hull vidual depnxits than any bank in this hcv tioi of tho State CINCINNATI O Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAW MT STERLING HARDWARE OOHPAMY 11 CAPITAL 10000000 rar-a-ril- la 15 and 17 Weat Tearl Street Wo have more Hazel Green hiiHincHs than t any other bilnk nntl want to inerensu it Semi us your account and wo will treat you well 11 Â¬ CINCINNATI O J PETERS President WINN Cashier JOHN G A New Attorney ut the IJur both of Paris have been visitors at Swango Springs -- itice Saturday but Mr Our friend Hon J W Kendall whom Hill left for home Thursday we had the pleasure of meeting at Camp ton told us on Tuesday evening that Misefc Loula Stone ami Junia Potts Governor Granville Kvans was that day of Moorefieltl are the quests of Mr mid admitted to tho bar as it practicing Miss Potts is a con Mrs D S CJodsey attorney under the old English law sin of our fellow townsman W T Wha which provides that constant attendance ley on the courts for seven successive years John S ITargis Democratic candidate entitles one to practice Tho attorneys for the State Senate from this the JHth present congratulated the Governor and district will address the people of Hazel predicted that he would have all the Green on Wednesday July 22 at one clients he could wish oclock v M hat everybody attend A Serious Accident Hazel Green Quito a serious accident occurred in Silas Ilatlille living near was ninety nine years old on Thursday our town on Saturday morning last of last week and is still able to iret Mrs Hrooks who lives a short distance around Mr Ratliflo was born in Vir- above Hazol Green and her daughter ginia but has lived in this feection a long were in town in a road cart and starting home the colt they wero driving started time Rev F Agar evangelist assisted by to run In turning the corner near Rose Swangos store the occupants Christian workers of all denominations were thrown out both of them being will open the camp meeting at Bethel considerably bruised We aro glad to Wolfe county in the beautiful grove note however that both are getting commencing on Sunday July 19 All along nicely Â¬ Samuel T James and George M Hill night Â¬ ffQuTho wholesale trade of Eastern Ken Situation beautiful and healthful large tucky is respectfully solicited two story brick buildiue a faculty of com petent and experienced teachers Primary THE and intermediate department all common Â¬ rv brauclicH Accndcmio and collegiate de partments I Uglier Knglisli Natural and Mental bciencuH Latin Greek German Al gebra Geometry Surveying iVc Full Normal Course arranged especially for tho thorough training ot teachers Hubiness Course giving practical instruction in busi COMPANY ness form and calculations commercial law penmanship type writing Ac Musical department organ and piano linth sexes Notions admitted mcrulsof fetudcuts carefully guard Wholesale Dry Goods ed courses of study complete and thorough Session of lSiM 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street trFor circularM giving full information O MARION Seoy address Prof Jackson ky CINCINNATI O South Side L II Blanton D D Chancellor -- Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Â¬ Â¬ aO WMAIFIK -- Capital J M G 200000 Surplus MGSTAIMVPrSent L KIIlKPATltlCK Vice President W W THOMSON CiMliicr Â¬ Â¬ We respectfully Holicit tho huslnesH of nier tarmern traders and IiiinIiiohh men gouerally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general hanking husiuesH done Give us a chaueo to Head you a hank book nay your checks and loan you money when in need V W TJIOMPKON Cash chantN Mt Sterling National Bank C0 8 51 w I I U GROSSMAN MT STERLING KY TL a B 10 a8 XI r- HW w SCHLEUTKER CO Capital 100000 Surplus 16550 LEWIS APPERSON President R FRENCH r I are invited The new jail at Campton now nearing completion will be one of the finest and safest in this part of the State Indeed it is an utter impossibility for a prisoner to eficapo from it provided the Jailer does his duty Rev J Z Hauey and family will leave for Grayson in Uarter county in about two weeks which place they will mako their futuo homo Mir Haney has ac Â¬ cepted the pastorate of two churches in About AlnuiuucK 0 S J2 ooojggs smSSags bo b g CD that neighborhood E P Sinclair representing tho rm Co Lowell Mima w its of J C Aver in our town last week and while here gave iih Homo interesting statistics about the business of that company Among other things lie said they would this year Wo wIbIi our issue 20000000 almanacs permitted to give more about them space which we will do at another time Mr Sinclair has been with tho house many years and is devoted to their interests Notice mul Fair Warning Wo have heretofore notified all persons that wo will not do any further credit Wo need money to meet our business debts and those indebted to us must pay and not one cents worth more cred- Â¬ it will bo extended to any ono who owes us as much as one cent now This is emphatic and final and wo will not hon- Â¬ Respectfully or any moro orders J T Day Co July 15 c - 5J o W s tk2 o OS Srrttn o 2 X ieo s 5 8X - Saddlery and Harness Noh 74 OAsiiiKik customer fairlyrV Mountain business Is rcspcotfiilly solicited with tho assurance that wo xtll trca every m s5 3 J3tS S feSSB k and 70 Main Street O J It Sharp Ilruwj Triniblor T O Ddiiton DEHTON KY P A CINCINNATI SHARP TRIMBLE MT 8TE11LINO hHSE B 9 The President of the Hazel Green Fair Association renuests us to announce that the booth privileges will be rented on Wednesday Sept 10 1801 at 2 r and all parties interested Hhould govern themselves accordingly Fred Kellam our old Accomac friend S Timmonds Portsrepresenting M mouth Ohio was n guest of the Day House Sunday and reported good sales He ran over to Campton Monday and there sold several good bills also Â¬ Iut 0 k rt S -ITj - SB- - X X TT a rtA m53 ec3c P SIODDAltD AND ACME IIAItUoWs DOOItH AND HASH A 8PKCIALTY Nos 110 112 Second Street IHONTON OHIO Oly Havo now a complete lino oi Clothing Hats Boots Shocft and Gents Furnishing 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8uo thouRht extremely rudo Brio blushed nt cotnpllmonts shod hoard O many times bofore And frownod so swootly that one folt LIUo pralalntt horo tho more 8ho road from hoolts ot etiquette Tho lessons they Impart And conned thorn oer and oor until Bha know thorn nil by heart And bolng mix cms to Improve Nor wishing to offend Tn any way both rich nnd poor Conaldercd her their rlond O many n leuturo she would Rlvo To mo who of t rebollcd On purpofco thutsho might dnclnro Tho rigid vlowssho held And oneo as payment of my debt No t thinking It umlsi t I throw my arms uround tho maid And Riivo lior such a hiss I Bho did not Hlto thu Kiss T gave Slio said It was not right Ami balnpjln a March lug mood fine stormed with all her might Whilo I who would at other times No manly coursgo lack Confonsed my fault tlit hiss wns wrong And so I took It back Josephine- Pollard In N Y Ledger I parried It trith hie sword would bare killed htm on tho spot With such force was tho blow given that it shlvorod his trusty blado Luko was almost as furious as tho negro and hurling tho broken hilt Into tho blucks fnco ho closed in on him andwhipplng out his ro vol or struck Dlnck hawk such n blow on tho head with tho butt of tho heavy weapon that iio sent him down to tho earth insensible Turning to Dick Hneod ho found him on his feet JJoro Dick quick mount my horso and fly for your lire That negro will kill you If ho ever lays eyes on you Ho lifted tho still dazed mnn in tho sad dlo and started tho horBo away nt u gallop which tho Confederate kept up until outof sight Luko thou turned towcrd Black hawk who was just getting up Not know ing what tho bluelc might do iio cocked his pistol intending to shoot him should it becomo necessary to prcservu his own life Tho negro noticed him uud in n deep solemn volcosahl Kill ihc nhiwKt and tic cacl ob jo Urf ait 41 Â¬ dfw I i I Tell mo now or die llo raised tho pistol Tho negro knowing that ho held tho winning card coolly folded his arms across his breast and facing tho furious ofllcor said A Thrllllnpr and Roraantlo Story Shoot mussa an do trufo youll nebbcr of tho Lato Oivll War know Colonel Mason turned aside his heart very faint and 11 mist coming over ids I1Y lOHN It MU8ICIC eyes Ho leaned for 11 moment against a Aunion 07 Wiotiieii Aoainst Huoninit treo for support and when ho next looked WAiritillitnwN ller isN Lakkman nt tho negro ho had picked up his gun and IlANKKtlOP IJKDlOltU V1SXJ was coolly walking awa AND OTIllU STOUIUS Luko returned to his command and with what prlsonors thoy had captured they reCopyrtQhttd 18S9 turned to their quarters near JShlloh Ho deemed it best to tell nothing Church CHAPTER XlV CQvriiinm of his adventuro with Hluckhawk and Lulto spurred IiIh horso forward nnd hud for it seemed to bo Just cotno In nlhtuf u garden fonco when Kneedmystery of his own life 0110 link in tho dark there cuino u crush mul ovur uud through thurottun plulcotu plunged three horsemen CIIAlTKU XV in gray uniforms Colonel Mason win only A HUKIMdSIL n fow rods from tliom mid tl red u revolver Tho dny on which Colonel Mason returned aH thoy disappeared Into u thiolcet to camp was tho last of March lYom that Firol dont lot hem escape he shouted time 011 to tho tith of April skirmishing along spurring his horso in tho thicket nftor thu tho front was almost continuous On tho fleeing mon Twenty muskets belched forth 1st tho rebel cavalry became bold and ap their deadly contents Into tho wood Tho proached tho Union lines showing that an bullets shuttered tho trees cut off thu advance of some kind was contemplated loaves In showers hut tho tlireo Confed On tho 4th oT April his cavalry dashed erates still thundered ahead evidently un down and captured u small picket guard of harmed six or ho von men who wero stationed somo In his ongornena to cupturo them Colonel live or six miles out on tho Pittsburgh ami Mason never stopped to cousldor that ho Corinth road Colonel Huekland with a was only one man on horseback tho remain regiment pursued thu Confederates and der of his staff being in another place General Sherman moved a brigade threo An occasional glimpse of the Hoeing gray miles out from thu Hue The Confederates coats spurred him on ami ho drovu his retreated of course mid many wero tho horso uttho top of Ids speed through thu speculations as to their conduct woods Two or thrco times ho llred his reMany held that tho attacks and skir volver hut owing to intervening trees ami mishes along tho front wero only intended thu spued at which they were traveling ho to detract them from their innreli on CorimsNcd inth Hut whatever may have been the Thoy wore- fully three fourths of u mile opinions of tho subordinate ofllcers it was from tho houso when tho sharp report of u evident that General Grant believed rlllo hroku on tho air and tho foremost that then entire front was threat horso and vider went down A white pun cued for ho ordered Ids army to entrench of smoko from behind u tree marked the and did all lit Ids power to hurry up lluell place f rota whence thu shot hud been llred General Grant was not certain where tho Tho horso pitched his rider over his houd attack would bo made nt Kliiloh or Crumps throwing him with such forcoagalnst u treo handing whom Lew Wallace with his dius to stun him vision lay On tho 4th of April tho Gen Â¬ Colonel Mason was astonished at the shot eral was Injured by his horso falling upon for ho know none of Ids men wero near him and spraining his ankle k that he hud enough to have tired it but ho novor for a to go on crutches moment slackened his speed As his horso Ho was assured by his subordinates that How through tho woods leaping logs and all was quiet on tho front so far as tho enwhizzing past trees ho saw thu fallen rebel emy wero concerned On tho Mb learning trying to rise the blood streaming from a that a division of Buell s army under Nel cut in his forehcadcauscd by his full against son had arrived atSuvannah Grant ordered tho treo them to niovo up tho east bunk of the river A largo powerful negro hounded from u so as to bo ferried over at either Crumps thicket with u blood curdling yell and club- or Pittsburg Landing as tho occasion might bing his rilio ran upon tho fallen man to require dushouthls brains Down camo tho gnu as Binco ills return from tho a ourso of vengeance escaped tho black but recorded in our last chapter rccouuaissanco Colonol Mason at tho instant it foil a horseman was along- Â¬ had been in his camp uud hnd seen nothing side nnd n sword was thurst forward ward of tho enemy Ho was a changed man and ing off tho blow spent most 01 his spare time mono in his What I would you kill u wounded 11111111 tent gloomily brooding over tho last dan lied Luko gerous interviow with the negro Mack Ood nmlghty mussa dont stand In my hawk Two sentences uttered by that duk way cried tho negro panting with rago mau of mystery seemed to over ring in his Itoloyo Ho was cool nntl reusonnbloonco more and Luko lowered Ills revolver astonished at tho strango words so solemnly ttercd Colonel Mason stood for 11 moment stupe lied and then demanded What do you mean I kin tell yo mo boutyprsuf dan ye knows iilassa but Ill nottqll yonow Yes you will Lukes teeth Wero set his eyes glaring with intensity and he was panting with excitement If you know anything of this mystery of my life 1 will hiivoit if I havotowiiilg it from you I wont toll you now fore God I wont tell s long as dat man lives when bodies LUKE MASON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ J ears Ixttl tnr humm mid do ticcrct ob jn litrf haunted him day and night Who is lie ami what docs ho know of me the puzzled ofllcor asked himsolt I kin tell ye mo Ills words bout yoursef dan yo knows mussa ring still in my ears bat is It ho knows oh what Is It I His hist interrogatory was ut- lureti wiui sign iroiu uiouiiurmuscticpuis of his troubled heart Ah I what a longing possessed bis soul A longing to know tho history of that helpless babo found lloatlng in its cradle down tho turbulent Missouri iUff 11 i Ticket firing and skirmishing at tho front common tUnig When iv soldier was detailed for Mclcot duty ho went fully exacting to bo tired upon before ho returned Jlst lot em biuigorway sajd Bill Snow as ho lay In his tent listculug to tho oc fdoqul reports of nniskots in tho distant woods Kf thoy think Im gvlno tor git skoered at n ow ol theyre badly mis taken WHATl WOl U YOf KILL A WOIVIIKU MAN I Wall Mill It maynt bo n ow ol by or said Arkmisuw Tom who wus Is been n pnvln to long shot vFoli twenty two vus I reclining on n pllo of straw do dbbll to givo mo a ehattoo to hill rial uiau Yor dont think old Johnston or Irlcoar an Ill mil hato hiiu I ham him I In tho momentary glances Colonel Mason comirt to tueklo us d yol usked 1111L Mought bo bad boon nolo to givo tho belligerents ho Let um como thut the whltoman waa Dlok AlUcovcreil Not nforo lluell gits here Novor rie audita uogb llltiokhnwlr nnd fury Whutdwe Iceorl Haint wocrnuftter vhd heHech such u picture of rago in his life as tho negro presented Ho was lick uml Wall vo d hov our hands full yo kin more like soino ravenous beast than a from thoir bet 11111 Im orgoin tor hot that wo burn humeri kls eyes almost started sockets he was foaming nt tho mouth and powder atoro wovo been horo a wook ho Uud RHHshed his tooth until tho froth longor lloon buruln powder ovory day fur n about bis Up laid grown crimson a helpless week said Ned lazily tdiuflling a deck of yVpUvMwye ahull not klU firleaivkitCeuel MiteiiijrJilinsolI well thumbed curds Yos n what docs t all mount tol M horVefje tho furious uogro from Nuthlu Kf t waut fur Iwllhlty mklllum if I hub to hill growled Mux- houds who couuuund th army them mullet yeufuxt wod n been h Coriatli long age Luke haft tot ttesiJered what a funou Yell git tor Corlath ooBernufrMax iMadmam t iud eTriMa tM uiitll the negro At hie ttMHlVrktob bInmh If k kad Ned Cotton answered became Â¬ - iv I London Graphic for a series of twenty letters about his tour in Mnshonahmd This is for serial publication only and when collected in voltnno they ought to bring the author us much more all along tho lino and in moment by tho uppcarnnco of the Colonel Into ranks springing Bismarck is quoted by a Herlin cor- Â¬ I um going to tho front Tom nud want everywhere uttuck or a skirmish Luko it you four to accompany fno ho said Its whoiswasan somowhnt bewildered nt his respondent to the effect tlint he will still publish his memoirs during his life so getting rather dangerous up thero now awakening usked of somo of ins that ho can defend them if they uro at go Tom starting midden cried Ycr bet well stuff won I1 make says to his feet Tho four men ntonco buckled Its Beauregard and Johnstons wholo tneked in He coilln itif somo personshint seized their on their accoutrements and jump his he Major who at this replied tho annien guns could think of were to have un oppor- Â¬ moment wis hurrjing by They were all thrt Luko deemed acces- Â¬ The forest whurc Luko was quartered tunity of ljing about him unanswered sary for tho roconnnissunco They wero all was nimost nevoid of underbrush lhe Dr Edward Everett Halo declares on foot us 11 horseman would bo a spring was a little backward and tho lenves that the secret of the power of Brown- Â¬ mark for a sharpshooter Colonol lunch larger than squirrels curs ing over the great masses of men is that Masons regiment was out on tho extreme wore not many of tho tho trees whilo on Â¬ front ard thoy hud not gone more thnn a buds wero eitiier only swollen or nc tnlks us if he were talking to arch they came uku the mile nnd a half before angels and even if wo do not under- Â¬ just burstod so that thero was llttlo to ob picket lino Uotibtless yet thoir viow Tho trees wero turned a stand wo arc uplifted pickets coming in structgreen by the young leaves and tender the most valuable and lasting impulse Meeting boiiio relieved faint the Colonol asked buds uud tho earth had also received a is not that received from something that How is it at tho front light coat uf ermine from tho paint brush of is vaguely comprehended and blindly Been quiet fur notir ono of tho guards mllo in their front ndmired spring A fourth of said wns what hud oneo been a Held though Two weeks before Molt hes death Huint seen a Johnny fur nour but they every rcmnnutof fence bad disappeared A war blnzin at us nearly all night the account of the celebration of his few white denuded snugs and trees reared Did thoy seem very strong and extended birthduj last October JO wjih published Wall they made it mighty hot part o their pale forms Into tho air in book form In it congratulatory a ghost like arm to tho sky the timo Tho llrst thing Luko saw after coming out dispatches from princes statesmen and Ofcoursoyou hnvo no idea as to their of his tent was n body of Union soldiers generals occupy seven hundred and numbers eighty pages from societies nnd meet Â¬ No but I bolicvo theyre more n the running toward them across tho old held Ho also noted that tho sut was just rising ings fifteen hundred pages from stu Â¬ Ginerals think for tho buro arms of the old snugs were With his slender guard tho Colonel moved hero und there tipped with fire Beyond dents and schools one hundred untt seventy four pages on Suddenly there came 11 distant shot in tho retreating soldiers was tho roar of lire tho woods It wus followed by threo or arms and the yell of tho enemy which every Whistler and Oscar Wilde are groat four moro in quick succession nnd they monien t drew nearer friends The story goes that on one ocÂ¬ saw tho smoke issuing from n bunch of Colonel Mason found his horso ready sad- casion Whistler told a very funny story bushes two or thrco hundred yards away dled und mounting hud started along his and after the applause had ceased Liko experienced Indian scouts creeping lino to givo his regiment hasty inspec Wilde drawled out somowhnt peevishfrom treo to tree und bush to bush taking tion when ho mot General Prentiss Egad Whistler I wish Id aid ly Is every man in line Colonel tho Gen- Â¬ that Thereupon Whistler retorted eral cried nmiably und soothingly Ah never I think no mind Oscar but have patience for you Well need them will say it indeed you will Its a general attack then Yes In 1878 Mr Anthony Rich made a A shell thrown by tho enemy enmo will leaving something of his property whizzlmr nnd shrieking through the air to Charles Darwin to whose tran Â¬ clipping off great branches of trees as if scendent genius and subtle investiga- Â¬ they hnd been tender twigs It exploded in the air a few rods to tho roar of General tion extending over a long period of years the discovery and practical proofs Prentiss uud his staff When coolly of the law of evolution is due Itn no sliain said tho General If it wns intended as a ruso they wouldnt Darwin died Mr Ilieh made a codicil I IV iT SfJ a le rt l ill bo sending such metal as that among us declaring that this gift should take rtv i Loud shouts wero heard on the left fol- effect as if he had died before Darwin lowed by the galloping of horses and thun and that the property should be subject der of wheels and turning his eyes in that to Darwins will Mr Rich has just ZKY iS ZrvK direction Luko taw thrco batteries coining died te 1 and two relatives of Darwin are up and unhmbcring V tefcLA r galloped away to givo appointed executors General Prentiss jdw W personal directions to the gunners leaving The gallant Gen Franz Sigel may I Luko alone with his regiment be seen on Broadway New York at Z2ZT-5iL Be brave the day depends on you He times but he does not look ns vigorous jok jok jcst one woitn member your homes your country and let as in other years und it is evident that advantage of every thing that would screen every soldier do his duty shouted Colonel the hard experiences of life have told them from view Colonel Mnson und his Mason galloping along his line upon him lie is but sixty years of age faithful guard made their way to whoro Tho mass of tiering soldiers proved to be yet it is half a century since he was a llvo Union soldiers wero crouched behind a a part of Colonel Dnvo Moores regiment student of the military school at Carls largo oak tree at tho side of a sixth who which General Prentiss had sent out early bud been pierced by a musket ball in tho morning to reconnoiter They had ruhein Germany forty three years since Is ho hard hit asked tho Colonel com gono until they struck the main line of the he held command in the Buden revolulug upon tho group enemy and wero hurled backward liko tion forty years since he came to Amer-Â¬ ono of his comrades an- Â¬ chaff before a whirlwind bringing their ica and thirty years since he Hes dyin entered swered wounded Colonel with them Several thou in It was needless to usk any further ques Â¬ sand skirmishers had been hastily deployed upon service He the war for the Amer has had a life of activity tions about him Tlioso glassy eyes that to cover their retreat These wero forced ican union gaping mouththo quick gnspiug for breath back reinforced and btill driven back nnd many experiences as a soldier poland death rattle in his thoat wero until they struck tho main lino of battle and itician and writer evidence that life was ebbing away With threw it into momentary contusion Ofll HUMOROUS each painful gasp thro camo gush of ccrs wero now seen galloping up and down blood from tho wound in hisbreast their lines encouraging their men by words The diplomat who said that tale- Â¬ Joe Joe cant yor speak t 1110 said n and acts yor But down tiKii them liko an avalanche bearers could not occupy high places comrade bending over him IJalnt got no word t send home Oh speak Joe or somo tremendous oncoming thunder- never saw a monkey go for a cocoanut storm tho resistless horde of rebels tree Elmira Gazette jest ono word Toll 1110 that yo know me It was a lifelong friend who entreated him poured No Obstacles There She You Steady steady I steady to utter just 0110 word of recognition and boys Jio will ask papa will you not or must I Rend somo word of comfort to loved ones at monibor tho old Hag cried Colonel Mason He Oh I have seen him Fact is he Whiz whiz zip zip come tho bullets all homo Hut no Avoid was spoken Those made the suggestion that it was about ears wore deadened to nil sounds or tlia about him and now and then tho branches Indianapolis tongue had not the jowor of speech Joe and young foliage from the trees out by tho time forme to propose Joe jest 0110 word tell mo yer prepared t speeding shots fol on tho heads of tho sol- Journal die diers One poor feilow who wan standing Watts Do you really think-- old Ay that one word that precious word of in his ranks suddenly clasped his hand over Deacon lodberry has such great faith solid comfort to bereaved friends how his heart and wilted down liko a suddenly in prayer as he pretends to Potts many hearts it has lightened 111 the ages clipped ilowor Another relied his leg in Yes Havent you noticed that ho past and how many it will continue to his hands uud hopped away to tho rear Indian Â¬ It was ono of tho most trying times of tho never prays for his enemies lighten in thougos to come no one but an apolis Journal entire day but the line stid presented an nil wise Father in Heaven will over know First Passenger They say that But this soldier wns too far gono to oven almost unbroken front Two regiments had utter u word Already his gasps grow lied entirely and thero wero thousands of everybody is more or less superstitious Do yon believe in shorter nnd already tho rigidity of death skulkers from othors hastening to tho riv- Â¬ How is it with you seemed to steal over his frame Tho feeble er but still tho rebels found a solid front signs Second Passenger Believe struggle for breath at last ceased Tho when thoy came in signs You bet your life I do I Colonel Mason urged upon his men the make my living grim battle was over and tho soldier was in painting them Som necessity of holding their lire until tho ene erville tho Beyond Journal When you uro relieved curry him to my wero near enough to make it effectivo She Did you enjoy your life at but when tho bullets fell liko hail among camp for burial said thu Colonel He Not altogether She With his faithful body guard ho moved them most of them began to roturu it Tho college Why not Colonels horso reared plunged Into tho air He Ono of my pro- Â¬ on among the trees and bushes Ruddonly there came a sharp report from behind a and fell dead Tho rider was In a moinont fessors used to have a habit of making tree not over a hundred nud Jlfty paces on his feet jokes and wc wore all of 11s afraid of Tho wholo line was now a shoot of flame being suspended if away and a bullet camo zip through tho cap wo didnt laugh of tho Colonel so near his skull us to stag- and column of smoke Somo 0110 brought Sommerville Journal him another horse which ho mounted and ger him The Improved Sportsman ufter the took up his position at the rear of his regi Â¬ Are yo hurt Kernel cried Tom Well forester did the baron ment a few rods away to watch their hunt No Down on tho grouud every ono of million vors Men wero fulling and tho en have good luck you There aro sharpshooters ovof tlioro i Remarkably good What did he score In u moment tho men werhprono upon tiro lino was now enwrapped in ilumo und luck Noth- Â¬ ing tho earth and taking advantage of such smoko while tho rebel hordo was prcssin And you call thatluck do you on with resistless fury A shell exploded I do indeed shelter as they could llnd Whenever ho has hit Chaw 1110 up T I dont spllo tho mug 0 at tho feet of tho Colonels horse and tho anything before it has turned out to bo poor boast sank dying to tho earth Ho that critter said old Arkunsaw Tom a huntsman Fliegendo Bluottor Thar haint been but ono in rilTthis cro sprang from tho suddlo and ono of his staff A Slip of the Tongue Just deviltry Ill stop him f ho sticks bis ugly brought him another steed Whilo galloping down tho Una sword in imagine my dear fellow 1 wns mug out from behind that tree at the hnud a Arkunsaw Tom lay behind un oak whoro ing Offgrupo shot struck tho blade break Â¬ hunt for the wild boar suddenly I ClOSU tO thO hilt Crash llivm it ni noV stepped out from behind a bush when a projecting root afforded nnoxoellont rest vomo now you told me all that story for his gun xThey wero near pnoTfgh to tho of cannon was added to tho continuous ronr sharpshooter to hear him rummlng a charge of small arms nud tho uir became thick 1efre yesterday Impossible with smoke The ground wa litorully oov homo li his gyn Why I I only heard tho story myself A fow moments lator a faeOiwas seen to ored with dead and dying For awhilo two hours ago Fliegondo Blnetter peep around tho treo All wustestlll as thoy tried to carry tho dead and wounded Awfully Near n Bud Break Good death but that unerring Sprlngllold rifle of to tho rear but so closely wero thoy Arkunsaw Tom was levolod orftho fnco A pressed that they wero forced to givo up evening exclaimed the young man us moment of breathless sllonee and then tho plnn Again wus Lukos horso killed ho approached the front stoop where his girl wus sitting came a deafouuig report and puff of smoko under him Is it warm enough The rebels charged His men wero fall- Â¬ When It hud eloured uwny a dark fprui was VSIr hhe interrupted in for Â¬ liV7 sceu lying at tho root of tho treo from be Â¬ ing buck and ho dashed forward to mako a bidding tones For ice creum he hind whlPh tho bold sharpshooter had been stand if possible A shell exploded but a went on in tho most tranquil manner few paces away and live or six of his mon vflriug imaginable and tho girl on tho front foil from l His wus 1110 only ono of tho oiituy found mortally it His LluUtOnnntPnlnl j wounded on tho field und tho step looked silly Washington Post at tho front that day und on tho evening of -jui wih Kiuiu so tuoir dutes devolved The Truthful Editor Verita- sthe nth Colonol Mason returned tohls camp about us woll sutialled as some of his su- upon himself und staff Si l SC0 my laht communication JTO IIK niXTiyUKDI perior oftlcers that there was no danger of hditor It was in I am sure for I put un tuunediutu attack Watch should ulwuys bo swallowed slow It In myself Editor nfter Veritas has It was Saturday evening and ho laid down iy It is uot gone There I shouldnt wonder if to peaceful slumbers hoping for a quiet Ao mouth tho stomach which Is drv but ho and throat If you thought I meant tho paper while Sabbath He retired late and being woary drluk of water you the Idea I meant to convoy wiib that I throw It throuKh soundly slept tnouta into your without doing tho put it tho waste basket Well well if When he awoko it was broad daylight former any good stomachyou people will misconstrue ones meaning and the tremendous roar of a storm of some ler by loading Uwhilo with what it AoL Jot one can not be held respoabiblo kind cam J to his ears lie soon discovered quire Drink slowly BosthTwIJeHh and that It was tho shouts of wv the rattle of your mouth foriaoBntw7iVJui ton Transcript Yes but old Bid JohnBton wnrnt thnr Johnstons wholo army Is upon us Woro not crgoln tcr hev a walk over s wo CHAPTER XVL did with Floyd n Filler Holl do somo o A DAT Or DKATH AND OAIlNAan tho walkln hlmsof Fall In I fall Inl ofllccrs wero crying Tho conversation wus cut short at this rosponso mon wero 11 Â¬ 11 11 Â¬ 11 Â¬ PERSONAL AND LITERARY Wed ns woll a bad this war over six musketry nnd boom ol eaaton nUgled with tho long roll of tho druatmer months ergo as tcr bo foolln a1 daily Lord Iliindolph Churclioll 1h to re for God sake I Wako up Colonol orlong Now didnt wo go right inter Fort We aro surprised celve ten thousand dollars from the cried ono of his staff Donclsont 1 Â¬ M -- jfkSg22rfrsyv7 Jr A Tw 1 k Â¬ Â¬ f Kkimm irv seJZKr r5iJssU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ I Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ m 1 11 Jf -- Â¬ Z Â¬ tt At r w1t0iitin0i ifi W t fcHiHWNiH W jlill WWII p A f PLAIN WORDS bylnch and at tho muzzlo of the gun THE NEW PARTY Alllnucemen DUtrast the Ability nnd Sin- - against tho samo men and papers which Georcta Alliancemen feeklhjr te the New lT were and nro constantly exhorting us ferity of theOUl 1olltlcal IMrtlcs l tliiKiilihjlBtwocuFf lend ami KRemlcn i J Inrtr For Relief AULjANQE NOTES It is not tho provlnco1 nor tho dosire Watnnd by tho party And how stands While tho southern ststoa were I notlco that Wt ij Garoutto comet to Tho so called tlemocrncy that de- Â¬ the front as usual with ono 61 tiis of this papor as the ofllcial organ of tho mattor to day Tho partisan press senrcoly known in tho Cincinnati meet- Â¬ serts tho poor anil runs under tho wing characteristic partisan communications tho alliance in North Carolina to dio nnd would be leaders aro still arrayod ing tho politicians need not think that of plutocrats is tho kind tho pooplo are In which he as is his custom advises tate or even suggest tho policy of po- Â¬ against us and sook by ovory menus to our people did not look Upon the delib Â¬ after with a stool pointed prod Ex- Â¬ allinncomon to becomo partisans and litical parties Hut it is its desire and weaken and defent us In tho stato of eration with an cxpootant oye TJioy vote tho democratic ticket Fearing it is a duty it owes to ninoty thousand Mississippi no fiercer or moro rolent nro loth to desert a party with which change N Y World very frankly and howovor thathls partisanship may be alliancemen in this state to stand lcsa war was ovor waged against tho thoy havo affiliated so long and intend t Tho emphatically Bays that tho work of the considerctiJintcnsofor a consistent by the principles thoy advocate and to republican party than is going ou to Â¬ to glvo tho democracy ovory opportuni- Â¬ ty to purify itsolf of demagogues and Cincinnati conforonce may well alarm nlllancomSSSkeVofllers as an excuse tho guard as best It may the Intogrity and day against the alliance In tho north and northwest tho alli- Â¬ onomies of tho alliance that seek to astoundlTlfandfMlotiloua statement good name of this groat order republicans and make tho democrats Thore are some tilings which should ance has had and is having this identi Â¬ control it Hut if it fails in this you that tlio vdemoerSparty advocates decidedly uneasy bo said and they should bo said plain- Â¬ cal contest with tho leaders and papers aro going to see tho south as solid and Tho state meeting of tho Missouri alllancb princlpiYegods and little ly and said now Tho members of tho of tho republican party Well may united for tho pooplos party as is the I H will be held at Warrens fishes WjihtinglifcVemnnd is there of order in this state and F throughout the true honest patriotic alliancomon stop West That Cincinnati convention the Oeala platforinhal tho democratic burg on August 24 Stato officers will party indorses or advocates Where is be elected Send to that meeting dole my chestnut bell I know that Mr gates in whom all true allianceincn r 60om i guess i xl nt ro J Mfcft have perfect confidence and the work Ouroutto will spring upon trio that hoary old chestnut tariff reform donti Exchange is half I would suggest to Mr Gnroutto that Tho appoarunco of over production he obtain a file covering- the last six is really due to tho inability of tho peo- Â¬ months of Puck tH6 Illustrated nation- Â¬ ple to buy and their inability to buy is al organ of the result of excessive scarcity of see if he can the democratic purty and mony produced by corporate greed or demand ofdenoto ono single prjuclplo tho nllianco that has not and eontraotiou of the circulating in Puck been villainously and insultmedium of tho country through the ingly denounced and ridiculed Indeed medium of so called law Southern he need go no further back than tho Mercury last issue Juno 8 to prove tho truth of In 1875 silver being demonetized what 1 say Lot him take that issue in France England and Holland a cap Â¬ and studying well the vile and insulting ital of STjUOOuO was raised and Ernest cartoons therein contained give us tho Seyd ol London was sent to this coun- Â¬ exact degreo of intensity of the absorb- Â¬ try vith this fund as agent of tho for- Â¬ ing lovo entertained by tho democratic eign bondholders and capitalists to party for alliance principles Does not effect the same object the demonetiza Â¬ he know that the bosses and leaders of tion of silver which was accomplished tho democratic party havo entered into Ilarkers Magazine for August 1870 a conspiracy with Wall street to stamp It is held by some political econo Â¬ out and destroy the Farmors Alliance mists that all currency must be issued If he does not know this lot him study upon some value as a basis Those the utterances of such men as Carllslo who are fortunate enough to possess and Mills nnd ho will becomo con- Â¬ the value selected as a basis will not vinced only enjoy tho bonpfits that accrue Is ho not awaro that in soveral of tho from the increase butThey will derive southern states the alliance is at this an additional benefit by reason of the very tine engaged in a struggle to tho use their product in this waj as a death with this very party wo are basis asked to believe advocates alliance nur government does not consult principles Mr Garoutto had Cotter the pi ople as to what their interests read the news from Texas Mississippi are It consults national bankers and Kentucky and Tennessee nnd ho would other capitalists who instead of study- Â¬ perhaps bo greatly profittcd by reading ing hew to in nice mducy plenty and the national organ of his order nnd the usury cheap so control tho circulation btato organs of the alliance in the vari as t produce the opposite effect Is ous southern states ours a government of the people by In this connection tho editorial utter Â¬ the people and for the people Kokomo ances of tho Progressive Farmer Presi Â¬ Ind Industrial Union dent Polks own paper are of intense Y are sneoringly told by pur cne-mi- interest and grave portent Here is a ihaVyoiceanft itjgislatpmon rich shortsumplo of such editorials for Mr when wospeak of the poverty in the Garouttc to digest The question what will the alliance Weil the millionaire list gives land the lie to that for money has been leg do with the new party is on the lins islatctinto their pockets by the mil Â¬ of tens of thousands of anxious pooplo Well it ought not to take lions That is just what tho govern Â¬ to daj much Wisdom to answer that question ment has been doing for the past thirty years g It has been legislating one class The new party has adopted the alliance rich and the other class poor Alliance demands into its platform Does any one suppose that intelligent alliance Vindicatoro In the Wisconsin Farmers Alliance men willvoto against a party that convention the committee on consolida- Â¬ adopts those demands and iu favor of tion reported in favor of the Wisconsin a party that not only iailsto ndOpt but 7 4 r 4 t brandy becoming a member of the Na- resists those demands The western FARMER HONESTYS EXPERIENCE WITH THEt POLITICIANS alliance states have already gone into tional Alliance and suggested that the 4 ar w proposition he submitted to tho local the new party Will not the necessity branches for action Tho Cincinnati of nllianco unity force tho other alli- Â¬ country are becoming restive impatient and ask Wheromrewwc and whithen adopted tho Ocala platform Word forplatform was indorsed and a resolution ance states to go into the new party and disgusted under what they regard nro wo Rolmjjjp M word and lino for lino No loyal nlli- Â¬ also adopted looking to the amalgamation as a double shuffling policy on the feet that they havo been trilled anco man can look with distiust or an lnoy Mr Garoutto says Is it possible any with thd Knights of Labor to establish tiuthy upon any man or sot of mon man is So ignorant in politicsas to sup- - part of party leaders and manipulators with that ftthoy hayo boon deposed a third party In the state towards their principles and purposes that tliplrcpnBdoneo has been botrayod wlib voluntarily rally around tho banner The ridicule with which the old pose a third party could be organized in Thoy demund a halt and a now reckon Â¬ and tluilr bCjsUntofeswfneglcctcd They banc nth which tioy aro fighting Now party press is so lavish has in every ayoar anu a nan wjcope wiuioimorino ing of bearing They fool that the old nro distrustful of the old partyloadbrs will tho democratic convention do as instance directly tho opposite citcct republican or democratic parties or It may surprise Mr G to learn it party ship has sprung a leak and that it and of tho sincerity or ability of the much as will it bo led to defeat by such from that which is intended Human Grovor Cleveland tho avowed must be headed for a safe port They old parties to accomplish the reforms men Â¬ nature invariably revolts against it as but it is a fact nevertheless that with- are no longer content to iloat aimlessly which thoy seek and must have Thou Â¬ candidate of tho raonoy kings of Wall in tho space of sixty or ninety days the it docs against every manner of insult among tho breakers when they know sands and thousands of men in North street and the people aro satisfied that the now party will be tho best organized that the vessel Is in imminent clangor Carolina and throughout the south mon Tho men who predict that there is nf parties do not resort to it because in political party in tho United States It of going down Ofllccrs may smile and who havo been faithful ioparty havo danger of tho third party movomont their judgment it is the best policy to is already such in Kansas Nebraska Â¬ shout alls well but they have not about despaired of all hopo and aro finding a foot hold in Georgia dont Morepursue but because they have nothing Minnesota and tho Dakotos over it will be numerically in voting lost their sonsos and thoy see arid seriously considering the choncca of re- Â¬ know what thoy aro talking about better to otter Advocate strength tho most powerful party in know the danger They uro ready for lief und reform in some other direction Â¬ Wo aro in daily communication with Tin republicans in the north are existence Wo aro fully awaro that theso nro un tho farmeru and know that this newi The Farmers Alliance and terrible desperate mutiny Will thoy very much troubled because the alli- Â¬ pleasant and to some very unwhole- Â¬ party idea has taken doop root in their organizations embrace within be driven to it kindred ance is going into politics They beg their folds more than half tho votes of We say tho situation demands plain some truths but from ovory considora- jjiiiititn it in njuuuuiu ttuu gniuiu JO them to stay in tho republican party Mr Garoutto furdispassionate honest fcnrless tion of policy of justlco of Holf rospcd cruiu wun great mpiuuy anu n is goÂ¬ thus admitting that it is only a certain the United Statesonly sure way for tho earnest tho Progressive Farmer pro- Â¬ and of truo manhood tho alliance ing to take hard work and conservatism Tho talk and ther says kind of politics they object to Tho success of our demands is to assist the poses to meet tho demands of tho hour should toll them and domnnd that this on the part of tho democratic lcadors to democrats iu tho south moan ovor tho party to kill the republican in this spirit For two years or moro farco of friendship shall end now keep Georgia from going for tno now alliance being in politics and they ask democratic and of tho It is for those who havo boon playing it party candidates if such a tlckot is that ia done we can or the alliancemen of tho why dont you stay inside the demo- Â¬ party and when party not a third and vwhole country havo south constantly to answer The timo for dallying and nominated Tho people living In been ganize a second cratic party thus showing It la oulya wo navo any m admonished by the leaders of tho re- Â¬ evasion has passed and tho farmers of tho towns and cities do not under- Â¬ iqrco our uomanas u Al- Â¬ certain kind of politics thoy object to heeded and want to go into politics MI publican and democratic partios that tho country should and must know stand or appreciate the situation Alliance Vindicator upon whpmlthey can roly as friends liancemen dont confido in them arid thoy must stand by their party and I should imagino that one fULlcigh N C Progrosslvo therefore they havo no idea of tho re- Â¬ Talk about tho alliance and demo- surest ways to divido the alliance seek relief within party lines What and nlllefr ffi Farmer cent ehniges in public sontimont cratic platforms bolng orio and tho same against itself upon partisan lines is to has been tho response of tho alliance With nil of his influence and populari- Â¬ thing They favor about as much as use tho very arguments advanced by men of the south to this appeal Tho Cnnpus or the People Which Havo We believe that a man who is ohoson ty with alliancemen Col Livingston Johnnie and his grandmother and are Mr Garouttc Does he suppose that they done It Have thoy bolted party by the people to roprosont their inter- Â¬ cant stop this stampede into the now about aswoll suited for cprapanions men of principle will form a coalition conventions and party nominations ests in tho capacity of a Jegislator party if it oneo Btnrts The fact tsjthcy antagonize each other with their life long polltioal onomies If so where and when Where in all Now the partisan orgnuh are to at every point There is nothing in and unite in the ranks of ono of the old Jtlio political history of this country shouldbp holjd to nstrlct accountifor hiB individual action While preaching Individual re- Â¬ blame for this our platform that tho democrats would parties unprincipled liave mon shown a moro loyal devotion It is truo touch witju ten foot polo but tho tariff mou political bosses arid Wiro pulleraf to party than tho alllnneo voters of tho sponsibility to his constituency should democracy they hnvo rldleulod and Â¬ question ond wo aro divided on that willing henchmen of the plutocracy In south Have thoy not gone into party be held paramount to any confide ra- ubusod tho alliance until tho farmers Do they orarc thoy likely ovor to in Â¬ tions of party foalty Ho lias no right are beginning to holiovo that tho party both oldparties have already formed a Conventions and whether dofoated or to transfer that responsibility to tho with which they have so long voted U dorse our views on land transportation coalltlon ln SonthCarollna arid tho in- Â¬ Successful in naming the nominees They and fmanccT When the stars eoasq to dications are-- that such coalition stood faithfully by tho action of tho control nnd disposal of party caucus controlled by tholr enemies If tho HctionBoftuo cauqus accord with have seen their demands made a sub- shine and the great king of day with Â¬ will become lJy what convention general And tnisitooMn many in joct for laughter and oven coalitions holds his mcUow golden light from this immiL k will Atliis coalitioRf be Kances under the most trying and pro- Â¬ hirt convictions of duty to those who formed with republicans to defeat an elected him all right but if ho must beautiful arth of pursvo may confi- Â¬ knownoh voking surroundings In those rdnytiwhero Their principles views und Ids individ- Â¬ alliunccinan whon fairly nominated for dently hope tosee ii union of tho alii whore will bo tho democratic party and measures woro ridiculed and mis subordinate his uality to tho dictation of caucuw rule office Southern Alliance farmer Mice and democratic parties on tho True alliancemen have no lovo or nihil Â¬ represented and their leaders maligned great pijmeiples of political and econo- Â¬ ity for oithor qf the plutocratic twins nnd slundorod by tho mon and tho party ho should not hesitate to rebel against Wo must havo harmony mic reform bufuot until then Inter- but would just as soon assist tho re press which sought and claimed their it state AJlifingu folio party to kill the demoprntla allegiance and co operation Instances for tho good of tho party does well publican t party as to assist democrats to destri conspicuous in tho history of tho rocont enough isso longtoas tho good of the Tho Allliwico mill IolUitH be tho good of the found - t n past aro not wanting where some of party It Is trango to hoar these old croak- Â¬ tho republican narty Tliis llttlo article is suggest among thorn oh these loaders and panors when out f people Come ye out from ers over tho country and in town say ed by tho frequent boasts of certain yes the alliance has gone into politics my people saith tho Lord There are voted in the convontldns fgnorol and partisan papers that those members of It 1ms quit tho democratic party and but two parties the peoples party andf repudiated their agrooraput to stand b congress who wcro olocted last fall by C Ward In the action of tho convention and re tone off with a third party Now tho tho plutocracy George votes will bo to go Alliance Echo voltcd and robellcdi bolted tho nom- Â¬ nllianco caucus pf the expected par question comes up with us was tho al Â¬ respective into the liance not already in politics If it quit Tho ringstcrs and bosses fear inationsbecause tho alliance was ties with which thoy had hitherto act Â¬ tho democratic party it certainly was tho coming political storm Thoy have strongest and actually set up candi- Â¬ ed and bo bound by tho caucus Wo politics nnd just simply changes pol- Â¬ failed to stay tho movomont by attacks dates against those who had been se Â¬ simply suggest that tho men who did itics quits the bosses and ringstcrs of upon it and now thoy hope to weaken lected by their own chosen convention the voting last fall may conclude that tho democratic party and forma a party it by resorting to tho cowardly and thiiHi establishing independent political Ajjand not a caucus must be respected of its own It is amusing to hear our knavish practico of attacking a man actidn How was it in Georgia in and obeyed and it would bo well for Carolina in our own state eertaln gentlemen not to overlook that Plononts bemoan tho fact that tho al- Â¬ and men with whom they aro not ao- - South matters are fresh in the minds These liance and IC of L havo gone into poli Â¬ quaintcd with whom they have- never fact Progressive Fkrmer Does not every Intellitics and then in tho nort breath toll spokonj with whom thoy havo no affili- of the people The New Chicken the fttarit Yard The old party papers think that the you to stick to the democratic party ation and who so far as their knowl Â¬ gent man in the south know that for The Little Chick to old parti H Youre too big for me just now let plainly showing that it is only a cortaln edge goes they aro deliberately and every foot of ground gained and held peoples party will be a corpse in 1W2 kind of politics that ho objects to you malignantly trying to slander and ils in tho soutli to day by tho alliance Thoy will find it the liveliest corps true but Ill lick you both la 9 Ceb that we have had to fight for it lack they ever monkeyed with Judge t Soing into Alliance Vindicator represent Progressive Farmer FABMERST ALLIJNCE t PARTISAN alliancemen M llllntled iijr lnrtNaiiHhlpThryCnnnotlX i r J - Â¬ Â¬ c- - Â¬ - ff M M - Â¬ Â¬ jpfth -- Jat - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ f OffioUt Organ of the Tenth Ky l u pepflflcmsnc OongrMslonal Diatriot - - Editor B F DAVIS of EaeJ pirTo whom all coaiatniiloHtions Intended for this department should bu addressed T T Gaxdnkk President Durdwell STATE OFFICERS F Davih Secretary Easel Oiiakiks Pack TroaMiror Sin W M Bailky Lcoturor Oulil City 11 RXKCUTIVK COMM1TTK- I- Finohvlllo DI8TUI0T OFFICEKS A J Rinuo Prratdent Itothwoll S L Kabii Sec A Trcaa Onior NATIONAL OFFICEKS rrcsideat L L Polk Washington D T W It Bkowdkh OlniHtcad H 0 Brown Clluton J Doolin SccVi J II Tornkr 0 Nutlet Tho next meeting of the 10th Congrcssioii al District Union will convene at Jackson llreathltt county Ky on the 24th day of August instead of first Wednesday In Octo her ax heretotoro notified in TllK Hkhatd 8 L Kanii 8ecTrea 10th 0 1 U Omer Ky June 30 1891 Pabllo Hjmnklng Hon Wm M Deoknor of Clnrk county will sneak at Tine Grove nour Kxul Ky July 21 at one oclock p m on the adop tion of the new eonstltuton etc Morgan County Union convenes at the Mme point at 10 ooloek A M same day A large and full representation Is oxpeetud KepresentatiVfs of tho Peoples party will also bu present and explain whv it is that they should vote for the poor mans tick otfand home and eountry Come one come all listen and then take your choice I i H is 11 IM F Davih Skoy June 80 1891 NVc are Just in receipt of the new sotnl annual password for the July 1801 term Okkiuk KJ5KI Kkktucky Statk F Important Nutlet of L U II KY R4 which will bo sent to county secretaries on receipt of the dues for the July semiannual term from each couBty Sub Hcretarlss will please collect and forward the due from their respective lodges to the county secretary who will forward same to uie as per blank furnished on receipt of which the new word will be sent to each county secretary Urethren be prompt so your county will not bo behind with tho new work Fraternally II F Davih full strength or his nmnhood struggling with No use The struggle is that mortgage lost Tho road began with the a gn bono Money to Loan It ended with the sign Farm to Hunt They linvo bocn the guide board of tho voting iniuia whole life Journey bad manager The ninu who somehow though hu may havu been as our scheming money getters suggest did all thu renl hard work Is olthnr at work by tho day or liiis gonu over the hill to tho poor house while tho man who had Monoy to Loan aud now has the Farm to Ilont Is living in a com fortablo homo of his own Just a few steps down tho street Presently a fresh gust of wind shakea up the creaking slgna again and their renewed vigor turns our thought In n now direction Wo think of tho thousands who are asleep at this midnight hour within a radius of With tomorrows perhaps twenty miles rising sun they will begin their dally toll In l Oull wl li tint limn nf n Iinnntlful crop and ii good prlco so that thov can Mlft tips mortgage nui inrsu arraniiiK biko to laugh like so many fiends at the hope which sustains the poor toilers heart Ilrethreu as I think of the old gray haired men and women and the innocent prattling children and think of what a death grip the mortgages oa record there In tho court houso have upon their throats my heart is moved to tearful pity strangers though theso people may no to mo And again I think of tho far reaching result of those and Money to Loan devilish words Farms to Kent I imagine that in fhem I can read aright the historic affair liabylon of Bldon or Tyre or Palmyra whoso once beautiful streets are now crumbling in ruins and wonder If the dolvor in thoso ruins may not find old signs or similar import as Farms to Kent Money to Loan and And when I look up among tno stars i wonder if the winds whlnh set those signs to creaking are messengers from some un seen God hearing anathemas which shall bo wrlttftii in thu downfall of tho American Republic As sure as the night followa the day as sure as death comes to every mortal man so surely does the sign Farm to Rent Tho one follow that of Money to Loan is the practical and logical result of the other and when signs of Farm to Itent are found in nbundauce u nation is rapidly falling into decay and ruin Let tho future historian who records tho destinies of the American Republic not forget those two signs so common throughout the land to Farms to and Money to Loan day 8 L Kahii Fraternally Itent Secy 10th Dlst U of Ky Â¬ 1891 Ashland Park Stallions forCLOUD WEST BERMUDA four-year-ol- Â¬ Ycnrllng exhibition 230 2iMK record liiJDK record 222 third heat fourth heat 220 trial 217 HI uok hone IS hands 3 inches high foal ed Juno 15 1883 Ured at Ashland Park Sired by BANKER 1144 Own brother to Lyimmler sire of Lvsandor Hov 220K Watt 22 K William Kearney Iysauder Chief 1040 2A0 First dam rattle Pnteheu trial 238 grandam of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrlno Patchcn sire or tho dams or Guy Wilkes 2lGKi Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes 218Ji ElHour 217 and vira 2185 Cleora 218 20 others in the 230 list Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Wood and Hawk sire or dam of Almoin 227 Aloy Wilkes 20H Third dam Pattie by Downing Vermont sire or tho dam orKnigma 220 Mambriuo Uruco2 10 sire or Kit Curry 218K HH Wilson 225 fl ills Vermont siroof lion uer Roy 223 and siro of tho dams of Abel Nolly L 224 i Col Ilradslmw 220 22IM Oambetta 220 The King 2MKJ Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jeflersgn He is a beautiful black with right hi ml ankle white stands 15 hands high and is a perfeot horse all over having both bone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of tho cross ho so well represents vis Hambletouian sire and Mam- brum Patchcn dam This cross stands as the very best because public performance have demonstrated its value Of Its many repre sentatives not one la the superior of Itermu da for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on irom year to year begin ning in the yearling form none are better bred or better looking As a sire he is of course untried his first colts being fouled in 1880 now yearlings Judged at this ago no stallion ever aired more uniform natural gaited colts with vpeed Unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1801 at SSOO TO I MURE the 100 at the money to bo paid na follows time of service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal Doing limited to 30 out aide mares parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early two-ycar-o- ld 5874 ld FAYETTE WILKES SOS Trial Oct 0 Day horse IS hnnds 3 Inches high foaled May 3 1878 Tho Â¬ 5106 Out or the dam of llhick Cloud 217 sire out or tho dam of Wilson 210 Hay horse Ionlcd March 31 AhIiIivihI Park 1881 d five-year-o- 1880 S23J lit Â¬ Hrcd nt 2583 1 Â¬ handsomest son of his great aire and the haudsnmest of any trotting bred horse in the United States Sired by ABDAIJAH WEST Sire or Wilkin 227 Klrnt dnm the dam of Jtlnck Cloud by Pilot Walker pacer 217i Second dam the Clukc pacing inure Â¬ Â¬ Kotk Ahilallnh YYiwt 2583 bv Alllo West 1st dam Miss Coons dum or Wilson by Clark Chief 2d dnm Ohio by 210 American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio uy Wilkes Siro or Harry Wilkes 213K by llellfoun to uu and representedWestbo diedIlrowns years old Mtico wiikcs at six der Abdallah So So 217H Wilcox pacer son 210 He was the most promising colt over bred 210K ltoMWIIkes218K Wilton 210 Flora Wilkes pucer Joe Hunker 210 West Cloud is n rich mnhogany bay 15 2 10K Tom Rogers 220 etc hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extcudini above knees and First dam Sally Hamlet winner or two year hocks He ia a powerfully built horse for old Hamlot Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet Ills height and has the most finished set of sire or Lorctta F 218K A V Pan tl hid feet and legs its possible to gel on u horao he gave Truro paoer iMJXtLady M 223 of any breed As a 220 Drookaido Flora 220 and evidence of being possessed of remarkable Uontino 223K tho dams or Thoruless 218X Cyclone speed ns with little hnndling ho trotted a and half mile in 118 1 5 aud miles in hit work Graceful 22f 223M Granby In 240At three years old he was not 220Hamletta trained owing to a very severe attack of He also done no work on tho Second dam Sal dam of Conner 22GX Cap- pink As a tain Clay Driftwood and grondam ot Mar- track as n lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief Hire he was jogged and trained lightly more for or dams or Governor 230 and Joe Hook- Â¬ tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entirely recovered than with a view of testing his er sire of Maud Macey 217 etc speed In a few months he trotted n full Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced mile in 238 and half In 115 Thia season Hlanche 225 by imp Yorkshire sire 1800 lie served n few mures of my own anil of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Dluck Mas not put to work until September aud Cloud 217K Ho his improvement was most remarkable repeatedly trotted halves in 110 und I am Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced he will with a seasons trainsire of Prince 227K ten miles in 2808- - ing trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mures season nf 1891 outside of ten or my own at The fee or Fayette Wilkes is within the nt time reach or all and lower than that or any tOO THEorSEASON money due before removal of more The of service horse or equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1802 should sue not get in fool SEASON SIOO Sirri If Gkh Wilkts 222 vm pacorio two-ycar-ol- d 22i - Â¬ ee Â¬ four-year-ol- d Uvc-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ ki The New Constltutlen In my former nrtlolo or rather in the first part of this nrtlole my object is not clearly dufincd In regard o chartered rights etc I Intended to nay those rights once Kranted under the present Conatltu lou becomes a contract between the 8tate aud tho corpora tors and thereby passes beyond control of any legal power iiut the new instrument makes all charters revocable by the proper authority for abuses or Misuse of such rights There surely can be no wrong la re quiring corporators to subserve the purpose tor which they are created It Is nbeoted by some that corporations cannot purchase laud etc they are mistaken Any corporÂ¬ ation can purchase all they desire except common carrier companies see Sec 318 Heme get the exemption clause ealxed with statutory exemptions which have no connection with each other whatever The Constitution only exempts from tax and uoea not interfere in any wuy with exemp tioua from sale for debt Our Prohibition friends sometimes think they will be ruined bv Hoc 62 where special legislation is for bidden but if they will only study Sec 03 closely and understand it thoroughly they will there find that a general law can be enacted that will be not only equal but far In advance of what wa now have and all without the HHneceawry complications IncN dent to special legislation which has be come a great Incubus on the Legislature and a tremendous burden on the State treasury The universal cry from all jmrU or our grand old State rang la the ears of the Con yeutlon day after day Please relievo us from pedal and local legislation and clans l0 our power And now my dear friends you who have honored me beyond what I deserve please consider well Â¬ I breed sound highly finished trotters and have Mares bred by tho Reason not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return Ghangtts of Glltunte for aale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land For Kilt more people than is generally known sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further Information see as i TQCAnv lkUnil OnL I HniA Vu Particularly is this the case in instances catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept at regulur rates Di Ji IliuHiif ASnllflQ rain LiAlllglOn ftji where the constitution is delegate and uuiong our immigrant population seeking new homes in those portions of the Went yytyiyqwyyi and where malarial aud typhoid foyers prevail at certain seasons ot the year The IS9I best preparative for a chnngo ot climate or of diet and water which that ohange neces sitates is Hostctters Stomach Hitters which not onlv fortifie the system ugalnst malaria a variable temperature damp and the debilitating effects of tropical heat but is als WIIOLKHALK ANI RKTAII DKALKKS IN the loading remedy for consumption dys pepsia liyer complaint bodily troubles ant to attack emigrants anu visitors 10 re- - --HIiriMl ani Prtparatsry School ions near the equator marine ra and tout Wlinthnr iiupiI na a HitfVcrtliirit Y ara voyagers travelers by laud miners or of AND FIRST TKIIM BKOIN8 agriculturists in newly populated districts this finr specific has elicited the most favorMONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 able testimony Rates of Tuition per Month Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS IS93 mmgagm Â¬ HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Â¬ k M Â¬ Wil ftpi Q IANGINGS9 CINCINNATI ART PAPER Â¬ SkmMmm ftilS SIOO 150 and 200 FllKK SCHOLAIWHUU Â¬ DECORATIONS No 32 West Fourth Street 6 MITCHELL Secretary dMfcuft INTERIOR 99 Payable one half on entering School the other at middle or term Any scholars takii g first aud second honors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall bo entitled to u free scholarship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each or the following mountain counties vix Ftrealiltt Clay FI liott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Powell and Rowan provided such arrangements have been made for the competitive examination b the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and tho applicant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attaiued upon the examination in his count Â¬ Â¬ 0 ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept SO Thursday Oct 1 I -- and if M a whole It is superior to the old defective instrument with that curse of Human slavery iiumanuy in it vote for the new if not retain the old relioofbur barismand thereby send us back like little boys to do our work over A ever yours J K Quickhau Money lo Lonu nml Fnritis to Kent recently noticed an Instructive and in terestlug article in the Homo Sentinel of WIngo Ky which I will partially rpro uuu j mm um mm em 01 our department In Till HKltALt may have the benefit of It vo k0011 traveling through mot a i Mi nf Mist iiiaiui i umira rtL tiiuv iyikii finr iiiv eyes and cars wido open to see what was to be seen aud hear what was to bo heard In every town great aud small nro to be xueu theso two signs Money to Loan and rarms to Itent They are hung up in the windows of banks at tho entrances of law olllces over the doors of insurance compa nies and on thu bulletin boards of real ea I thO Ureat WOrk Vnil Pal ml I 111 til nnrfiirm Friday Oct 2 m ftiu rti j K fVHjM jrf MrJHf L tH ltiittt The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have just completed ar- rangements with the American Dook Company thnt will enable him to soil the school- i ilin- A 11 books adopted by tho State Hoard of Educat ltn iwh iiuiwniiiK rcuuveu McGufteya Small Prlmor 3 Rays New First Arithmetic rnivs 15 u Revised Primer 8K Second Arithmetic i Eclectic Speller 17 Third Arithmetic 50 it First Reader 17 Key to same 50 ii Second Reader 80 High Arithmetic 85 Third Reader 42 Rov In 75 ii CO Fourth Reader McGufleys 1st Eclectic Geography 55 ii Fifth Reader 75 2d Eclectic Geography 1 10 ii cm 3d Eclectic Geography oixm 1 30 The above school book publications of Attn AinAlmin jmiuk r oiuiiHiiv are uhlmiuu II woii kiiowu standards 111111 wn shall nt nil iminu have n full supply on hand for sale to school officers HOARDING teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published iiv t lie American We arc arranging to build n Dormitory Ilook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at corresiondinclv low irhes that will accommodate 00 boarders and will C6 Hazef Green Ky J T DAY have it readv for occunanov bv the onenlnir of Hfhnnl Tlierfl will not hn nnv morn trou The cost of ble about too high board board will oe too lowest possum We will be prepared to do better work next setslon than over before During the summer tho school will be supplied with mans charts globes etc etc ou cannot find a better school in the mountains or Kentucky Our rates are low our methods or teaching Normal we keep ubreasi with the tide or education Our puFPU FEVER BILIOUSNESS pils are our best advertisement Wu refer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111111 11 Â¬ 11 - mmm GEBAFfil SGH00I BOOKS JGKXa iMJk4b4 6wK DOCTOR TAYLORS URE it Â¬ CUIUS URE Â¬ XXT 1 I - J Money to Loan and Farms to llent There la a sort of strange aud awful fas dilution to the words a good dcnl as there is to those of some silver tongued preaoher who talks of Death and Damnation The words have a weird Jlttglo to them like the clamor and tho clangor of Poos iron throated bells Money to Loan and Farms o Rent Wo had occasion to wait a whole hour for a belated train along lu tho small hours of tho night in a little town in Missouri Wc wero alone ami the wlud wm Biaklnit doleful uiiisio with a doien or more of these uwinglng signs proclaiming to the world Money to Loan and Farms to Rent A crow tho Blreet wan tho county court house half burled nut of sight by the thlek leaved brauohes of ha surrounding trees Within the Ore proof vaults of the building eould be found the record of the whole story Creak rak weak went the slras and what a tale thtrir oraaklng told I 1 ky told of young wen h doubt whb years ago began life full ef hopa and ambition Then la an UHfortiiHai hour their fret bagaH te 1h from beayath tkeat They Mortgaged their homes and the battle with Shylnqk began Day by day the ropa tightened year by Tlio ymmg ywir tha Iwul grew heavier whh haa grawn gray ItU straight khoulders have bewiwe heat with hard work his eyes tha lustre of youth lid lootitena havt have lot their elasticity He has uncut the tate dealers miaXXTtt ADMISSION you to them Hazel Green Is the prettiest town In Fust cm Kentucky free from many of ills ot railway towns aud thoso of more popula tion iio saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and Influences for good aru thrown around them All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ 50 Â¬ PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS CENTS FDR SALE BY IrKEfAIEHY RICmmSM TAYLW MEPQI STL0UI5 Mft all DRittCMrc Gompefltlon Open to the World WM May8 1801 H CORD PRINCIPAL K S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON Co orTar HAZEL GREEN KY J A La u Over 10 ami undor 15 years of ago Over 15 years 25 Cents 35 Conts LEXINGTON KY Main 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