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SPENCER COOPER Ownor nncl Editor Hazel Green Herald Of n Noisy World With Nowa From All Nations Lumbrlng nt His Bade Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advunae S10V10XTU YKAK iwiimujuaiiuiii HAZEL JltEMN AVOLFE COUNTY IikIko SwunpiM CuiiHt It umaiuuiwuKmnn KYkIIJ ImyJuLY It It lSOl WmillllUllUIUlllUIJIlUUIllJa Â¬ x uMilEirisT JWlllRJBlJIUmT IMUIWMMMWiWfIIWMM 5 ANNIHILATION l fl 3 - PRICES JRKAT STOCK TAKJXU SALE OF o o OF 55 lillon tion The following uro u fow of the reasons 51 that entire mo to fully endoiw and ndvo man en to the adoption ot the now Constitu 57 Â¬ KxcbhIn of the Now will reduce the rate of taxa o- - tion 1 t 4 clause that which the old one does not 2 It does not contain any slavery It recognizes Jod in tlto preamble 1 It provides for only otio election eacli year I It provides that no lloprencntutivo district shall embrace more than two ii CLOTHING J ouisgusstwjs PRICE CUT IN TWO 1 AT o counties f It limits tho Legislature to sixty days hcsstons and no more i It prohibits local legislation on any subject that a general law will cover It cuts Commonwealth Attorneys fees down from 2o0 to 500 8 it makes Sheriffs olectcd for four years and then ineligible for re election 9 It authorizes tlio Legislature to nrovido for the assessment of property by the Justices of tho Peace if it so pre- Â¬ 5 fers 10 It authorizes the olliccs of Sheriff and Jailer to be consolidated 11 It forbids that any public officer shall receive more than r000 each year It requires all towns of the same 12 READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES grade to bo governed by tho mime laws 18 It abolishes the two Appelate Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Court systems and provides for only one 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 14 It abolishes all the Common Pleas Our Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Criminal and Chancery Courts and Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Conts makes one systom of courts tho Circuit Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 lfi It gives us enough Circuit Courts Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 to attend to all business promptly 15 It provides that there snail be but one Justice of the Pcaco in each precinct and not more than eight nor less than three in any county G H Swanuo 17 It gives tho Legislature tho right to have the fiscal affairs of counties at- Â¬ lttnviirn of Ointment for tutiirrli That ns salarv - Â¬ BOYS DEPARTMENT taxes no property of the poor that is not now taxed It increases tlio taxes of tho woal thy and reduces it on the poor 5S It takes tho power from tho Leg islature to waste peoples money by ex travagance and unjust appropriations 59 It provides for a uniformity of all laws that all may bo governed by tho same laws It provides that no county shall create a debt without payment of samo being provided for 01 It provides no hardship on tho poor man 02 It provides for an open clause by which the people may add to or tako from without another Constitutional Convention 03 It is tlio Constitution of the poo pto and for tho people and allows no man or set of men any special privileges or advantages over any other in this Com monwealth 04 It provides for a general liquor law so that nil countie districts cities or towns desiring it may have a local option law of the same effect 05 It limits the tax rate of Jill cities towns and counties 00 It prohibits anv law from being enacted except by calling the ayes ami nays 07 It prevent any public money from being used for any purpose other than that tor which it was raised 08 It requires monthly investigation of tho State Treasurers accounts 09 It breaks up all cliques and rings at Frankfort by declaring all State officers ineligible except Auditor and ho for only ono term Jlespeetfully Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY K UMi JUAHH HOUTIV N SHORTEST AND QUICKEST KOUTE FUOM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO A NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE RE T WEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI fi II VOINTH ErStiiciwu in EffkctMay No 1 Daily No f Dally 10 1801 South Hound Cliuliiniitl Covinituii Paris ltwillKtoii Wiiiehcslur Iticlimniiu MvliiKNton Paris IvxprosH Fst Ex Sun s 1 Until vSOOpui auopm H lSain S 08 pm Ar II IS am 10 21 pm 0 101111 1J IOiiii 11 00 pm 7 00 p iu I lfi pm I tl Ttam 1a Jo Aeiom Dally No Ar 12 1 lOnu lfi l 0 pin tltllt MttM pin 7 0ft 7 fifi pin pm tVtrltia I Ml pm 7 I5 pm MitlriksliornUKh Cinuluilinul Gap 7 CO pin Lu 4 ol pin Cnrhhi Wllliiuaslmrir 5 15 pin Jullici Ar 0 JO pin Klclimoml It I mipin LuiiiiiMer 4ft pm Stanford Ar 5 20 inn No 2 NoiiTii Round Dally Ex res s U UD Ktiuitbnl Io rsra g LaiuiiHtcr WW fc Itioliinoml Ar 1 1 1 No 4 Daily No 0 Daily Ex Sun 7H am 7 CO am 10 tlollilH MItldHHbw CorlUn IivlllgHtO Wllliuiiitihuru To a s I Corliin Ar 2 B 9 C CuinliM lapLo HkwS e lit 2 innm lift 8 lft tun rough W Q i UvjugNtonAr Cue H 5 8 am am UHlam tlftSam 0 25 am 11 Oft am H CO D All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 centson the Dollar sr Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents 18 Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 us ti ff member pw from you have the best assortment in Kentucky to select SgflpThis is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re tended to by Commissioners to be elected by the people of tho county 18 It provides for u secret official ballot in voting 19 It disqualifies for oflico those who secure it by corruption or by forco or fraud cither in a convention or at the election 20 It provides that no whiskey shall be sold on election day 21 It prohibits any franchise to be granted longer than twenty years 22 Tho exemptions from taxes nro fixed on every housekeeper alike so they are not subject to change 28 Every housekeeper will havo household goods and other personal property exempt from taxation to the amount of 260 24 Tho taxation must be uniform Rank must pay local taxes the sumo as Â¬ Contain Mrrmiry as mercury will sural v destroy tho senso of smell and completely deranu the whole system when entering it through the mucous surface Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from rcputablo physicians as tho dam Â¬ age they will do is tenfold to tho good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous In buying surfaces of tho surfaces Halls Catarrh Curo bo sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally and made at Toledo by F J Cheney Co fifSold by druggists price 75c per bottlo NEWS NOTES Richmond Winchester Paris Lexington Covington Ar L Ii n Lo 0 Mil in Il2 0 Main 1 7 45 am 2 7 00 am 2 7 Mlan 10 40 am ft 10 inn ft 4pm 11 i ft ii m Paris W Cincinnati H Ar Ar j 40 pin 40mii ftOpin 00 p in 3 45 pin 4 1 Kipm pin 2opui 17 fr pm I lftpsi L Munhon Truv Push Aut Trnlllu Milliliter Gen Pass Ajjt Guncrnl Ofllccs Louisville Ky S 1 It Moiihk Asst Gen Pass Agt Oflko Chamber of Commerce Flulldlng Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is tinny except HHiulay No 1 Huns dully from Lexington to Cin It Knott Cincinnati Ohio c P Atmoiik Â¬ Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky HiMtate i fmsk i leUep Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments Delightful Home Six Departments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC STew Ladies Central ENGLISH MUSIC COMMERCIAL ART t Buildings and Furniture Terms Reasonable Send S W PEARCY President for catalogue jo2Sm WINCHESTER KY 8XXTrCJnlKJKiJIL DEALER IN mid n fnlll rrrinulf urol Imnlnmontc Hardware Queensware Tinware iinoofirHNUimuiui mijiuniuiuo 25 No oflieor is allowed to use public money for his own use 25 No county or town can tako stock in any corporation except to build turn pikes and bridges 27 It provides that tho poll tax shall never be more than 150 a relief to the poor man 28 It requires an efficient system of free schools to always bo maintained 29 It prevents beyond all question tho probability of mixed schools and requires separato schools for white and black 80 It secures to the colored children their pro rata portion of the school money 81 It adds 000000 to our permanent school fund 82 It prevent school funds from being used in sectarian schools 88 It confines corporations to busi Â¬ ness for which they are organized 84 It prevents corporations from using watered stock 85 It prevents railroads from discriminating in contractor with different parties 81 It prevents frco parses to public Â¬ individuals officers 37 38 tf prevents the consolidating of railroads and competing lines 89 It makes it a felony for any bank Evanh Tiiiplk Hauuowb VlJlOAN ClIIILKI PlOWH lCHt inwlo officer to receive deposit after he knows Wiutiikyb Solid Stiii Uindkiih and of its insolvency 11 F Avkiiy Sonh Stiii Plowh Mow hub COH STKBIi Hllh llAIU MlTCHKIL 40 It subjecU railroad property to CC IUMHIA TlOKU AND GUANOLltrilJLKY SI IK PlOWB execution the samo as individuals ho that Hay Ha kkb Imiiuvki Malta Douiiik Siiovil debt against them can be collected COOKB PATKNT EVAlOHATOHB Pjowb 41 It prevents railroads from chargOuvru Chill and South Hkni ww Havkxh Pionkkk Cani MlLLB ing more tor a short than a longer haul Fihii HnoH Ciwiikatii Wauonb IIkpaikh 42 It prohibit lotteries liuru Jonkh U 8 Standaud O Ton Waoon- 43 It requires that public officers SromiAUiiA Nkw Climax and Soali price 10 with it written guar- shall be docked hi pay for failing to dis Dimi Hauuowb nnteo for T yearn EVANB iMlOUHi CoitV PLANITUB charge their duties 44 It provides for all wage earners to In Kanloru Kontiieky The largest tock oi Cook mill Heating Slave of any h be paid in lawful money 45 It lets and Builders Hardware a Specialty lowest bidder the public printing to the Cutlery 40 It cuts the grand jurys down to Fast side S Maysvillo Street MT STERLING ICY twelve instead of sixteen 47 It provides for a verdict of nine to bo good in civil eases 4S It places a limitation on Virginia land claims LEXINGTON 49 12 Short It provides for a Hotiso of Kef ugo for young olleuders Almost A Model 50 It requites convicts to bo worked SEATING CAPACITY 150 inside the walls and not to compoto with New York Counts ami honest labor Fresh Uter nt till seasons Him- INIIh tfaddlo Reeks 51 It settles all disputes of the Capi Â¬ Mobile Cnunl CENTS tal location REGULAR MEALS 52 It lesMiis tho annual oxpuiiHo of the Commonwealth over 100000 SIX SIUII illij mi uMlllur Ttiiiiruveil KlIIILM till HllOHt II t 10 World With eighteen ItfPS 58 It prevents the Legislature from refunding any money legally paid into Â¬ Â¬ and monopolies It prevents and prohibits all pools It Shears S6e KiisIlitoKittiem Street West Restaurant in - Grasshoppers of the locust species in immense numbers are destroying crops in Colorado Near Columbia Ky Tyler Grant from ambush shot and killed Tyler Gor- Â¬ man Grant is in jail Tho stcry that an English syndicate had secured control of Americas glucose manufactories is denied Ono of Forepaughs lions escaped from his cago at itoclc Island 111 and 0000 persons wero panic stricken Lightning struck tho chain worKs at St Marys Ohio and seventy employes knocked speechless All the street railway employes at Toledo Ohio struck ouo day last week and as a coiisequeuco no ears wero run At Middlesborough Ky Dennis Johnson proprietor of a notorious sa loon resisted tho polico and shot two of them An express train was robbed near Toxarkana Texas last week by one man single handed but only a small amount of valuables taken Ah tho result of an old quarrel Dr V Wise stabbed to death Herman F Trucsdalo a initio boss at Peach Orchard Ky Wise escaped Tho Olympian Springs in Hath county Ky wore sold last week by tho Master Commissioner to F S Allen the Sharpsburg banker for 10505 A free fight occurred in a Louis villo Ky beer garden and Ad Shauo Tom Harrington was fatally stabbed was arrested and identified as the man who did tho stabbing Near Travelers Ilest Owsley coun Â¬ ty Ky John Hatnor was shot and mor- Â¬ tally wounded by Jacob Lynch Uatner was unarmed and begging for peace when he was shot Lynch is at large Near Kussollvllle Ky tho entire o family of I H Cornelius a farmer are dangerously ill from drink- Â¬ ing poisoned milk No cause known for any one to have given the poison iJimel-Ztand-is- h well-to-d- Runs dully Runs dally from nil Matloim ex cept the Rowland Division which is dally except Sunday No 1 Dally except Sunday No 4 Dully between Cincinnati and Iox No No 2 ft cinnati Â¬ Noc 2 and fl mnke connection nt Win chester for points on the N N it M V E 1 No 2 Carries through curs from Cincin- Â¬ nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and run dally Â¬ iuuton IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1801 4X4449 OLD Newport News THE ROUTE KENTUCKY lr WASHINGTON Mississippi Valley Co I HALTLMOUE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And nil Eastern Cities PHILADELPHIA VVMMM LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS OITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPH IS And all Points West mid Northwest and South and Southwest Tho Direct Line to v0Awr t w kast hound Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Ollvo Hill Ashland CattlcttHburir Lo Fiwt Fast Ml Accoiu Express Daily Dully Daily ox Sua ex Sun 1 ftp m 7 1ft am ft lftin 7 00pm 8 21am 7 lOjuii 7 10pm 8 K2hiii 7 4ipiii 0 03pm 10 40am 10 00iui 10 10pm 12 Iftpm IMMttf MM 10 41pm 12 2Hpm 1 Huntington Ar 11 07iin - ooptu l- tlttlft WKHTIIOUSII HiiiitliiKtoii CattluttsburK Olive Hill Mt m 1 20pm 0 00 Htii Ashland Sterling Winchester Lexington iiOpm U2Ahhi IMtMlllftH 1 ftOpin 117 Hill 3 Oilptii 8 20 am 4 K am 1 12pln 107 hid I 25 mil 4 ftHpm 11 lfi Hill 7 lftuin Ar ft 30pm 12 Oftpni 8 0piuu 1 MMMMMM IIMITKI VKHTIIIUIKU EXPKKHH rilllHdslly and has VcNtlliuled Pullmuii lltiflut Sleejters between Louisville Lexington Washington New York anil Old Point Comfort TIiIm train is made part of the celebrated ky Every Feature 25 KnA fity welcome and the wot courteous GUS IUIOAKT Proprietor trelHint to all novSlly Co We hope all Interested N I 8 and tt N O A T J RullrARds IJros will note the correction and make duo Ikxijotn ano Ouvh Him AiJcomo allowance for a rush of work night and uatios dally except fHlHy CoHiie Ht WliieliVster to hihI IVftisKK C polHts hh1 day for a mouth past at Lexington with h HlY for For full liiforiHHtlou hi regard Amm A Novtu Fit I Unit Uiintxly to tit Uh or Mkokimivk the only permanent curo Routes etc npply to any coHnoctliiglliies or i for all forms of headache and neuralgia II E IIUNTIXOTON O L KHOWX 15 to 20 min Â¬ relieves tho pain in from V P and G M G A the rttate Treasury utes For sale on poslllvo guarantee at LKXINUTON KY 51 It will tax at Icuat 90000000 of Tin HiRAM office or sent jHwlpald by G WIURNKV IlARMMX I A LwlHgton Ky mail on receipt of price 50 cenlH a box proerty that is now exempt 0 A AkWw ity Important Corrotitloii Through a piece of gross carelesneHs the card of P 11 Phillips in our Fair with J M Koblnwui cataloguo reads and it should read with Carter Co An East of Huntington on the C O route except Hun Fht Maij Thainh run daily JIuntingtoH day between Lexington und Make direct eoiiueetloiis at Huiitliigton with At Ashland with V Ily At Winchester with K C R R north hiiiI south hound and Ht Lexlagtoii with h A IT JJ1 V VO i Agt IulU V Wi K r 4 n r 0KCeyd know aebnt Mam don tbufnC talhernbi ttmn annoi et steel Sho 7 n uuned bin HVc uy the oMitors stirt ttiro ihey would Oflty head and for a uttering prayer for a dylnff man Colonol Bneed did nn ho nobber seo mn tiu do wa u short dlstnnccnnd rrourh to tho hop Colonel Mason fwwrd a him and on Don 1 say I earth again too muiii torrifled to Iwjvo tho momeot was lost in pulnf A thought Then Morgan tho fiery Bouthcmer whlW hisÂ¬ commottce tihllob buttlekill shoot um de hu I wid tnj duughtor sat by his aide weeping Some- duy ob de Hold witii nslb ho said aVKHOM COOPER PublUber Heati am do yallar handkrrhcr ltuccmoO to Luko tho longest day of his Tom I am the only ono of tho original how Luku dared not break that awful own hand I tuck It from do bureau do night derebt d as It Jc jJina TiikI nguin com llfo It unharmed It is sad but silence HAZEL OIIEEN t KY ninndod rconif lo stand still and that it Hvo who osenped of war wero heard come to hang Massa Luke and he held up Tlio hound of horses foot tiOHun It is tho fortune on the border of which would never go down Oh tluit niht or Kernel Ive fullered to through hlek n without then of sotno one alowly dismounts tho handkerchief wero tho words embroidered in black illicit would conio was tho prayer of both thin Ivo fit every tlno at yer side n Im ng LtKK MAfcON officers and soldiers for nvary lody TO HE AWAKE sorry 1 cant go wi yri this time Humtnln Thar boys Im nil right now I thank Wbatl My God I can thi- sIzed that this was a Waterloo for ono of tho mlifht iiciipoti yo know eo fur oimin wl me Ahl dear me It jlst To Ite awake when nil tho worlds nsleep Hole on boy nolo on this man s weak armloH in tho Hold No no Tom stay vlth your dead friend jiears like tlieso war timea nr gwme t watch tho Rights grim wraith stnlkilow Â¬ It was Hvo oclock In tho ovenlng and tho and o him decently buried nurso Ned un kill every body said a weak voico from Ill toll him you aint said Mr Neff dlv 17 by Federals on the right and loft of Omicrat til ho In able to go home There U no dan without which Lnko recognized us Mr playing nti energy Luke had nuvur thought o ttio Dain like noma pain mourner Then Imiitlss brigwlu Inul fallen back and Uk jrer for tlt enmy are ull out of tho imme Ionian Neff Llllies father It was the he ossussed oroop To tho falling mnn ho hurriedly explained Down lo tho blcr nhoro DarknoM droop to rebels taking tho advarUtgo they hd over diate iioighborrKKsI A wounded friend has same dyAtwpiic pesslmistio voico Like had tho brigade swung tlmr lln srootd sent for me and I must go die hoard a ear ami a half before on his last that ho had found the cradle Homing and VThtlo our worn body t though It wore dead that tho child was alive and that his brother to tho ronr of it Luke dlwovcrtvl Hint Hornets visit to tho dour old farm house The wounded veteran of tho ffoums ovcrod from tho rcsllois hourt and their object wnn to flank them nnd with Nefit crniH make no answer Those eyes Tho voico whi also heard by tho wounded bad reared him Colonel Luko Mason was uroln that child The Confederate Colonel wa what roinniued of his roifiineut siKicdod tliat had Jong is en dry grew moist with man and pruving girl And ly ttio bund of momonl Memory led in cutting his way through to Mm rent thus team and wringing Ills Culonots hand he Iuthor said Albert starting up and failing very rapidlytoand while Mr Neff had W live In thought our whole llfo oor ogam him quickl be had broken the news osniplrig iitum for almost all Mio re sakl leaning on Ins elbow Th f u thinir we hold In 4 rend nnd fonr way not to excite birn Tha muinder of tho brigMle wan taken with ITicyro all gone but you nn me Kernel Father cried LHHo springing to her done so in nil tho brightness of tho busy day Tttriili tliMin bravo old lenonil Irculfos Hue I wont Kick fe t n next It II bo old Tom A if wod itmn tho Past to hold morn doir Then for tho Hrst time Colonel dying father reached out his hand nnd clasped that of bis new found son It was nearly mglit when tlioy llnally fell TIM lMontnt or tho Futures unknown way Oh Masons presence wus discovered My boy ho whispered Ivo found you back timlor a bluff on which Colonel J I Luke loft him and with his guide mnunred Lnko Lko Luke cried Hinging she tii whrinl wildtides of recollocticn break worn Wobntor of General irnnts stftff hal ar tho horses he had ordered and thoy began her nrms aboit his mvk Mr NetT en- at last Then h called to his duugnter tempest oer our world lUe n runged about twenty nvBpiwosof nrtdlory their journey In every side of the road tered nnd for n tnomeii sUnsi gnring m who started as if from stupor Come bore nourt Placing Luke hand in on n noil swiu ddd their thunder to llttlo mounds of freh earth marked the Klsie my child VfUun through tho day night watch thought iitmizemunt Hero is your brother tho geiKMai din Juko was sure ho hod last resting place of some bravo soldier hers ho said lie Wall I ik cvw what no t all man Hrother and sister silently folded their And In tho living Now tho load Ifiit plays Its uovorsoeu arlillory handled Boefftcliiiily who wore either tho bluo or gray llnally gasfied What was it that boforo Tholr grupo and imimlstcr mowed uruiH about each othor purl Hbllohs stubborn fight taught both North Kxilauatinns were won made and Mr down tho Jon fiNliTHtos chockin them nnd and Koutli a lesson Thoy learned that Neff he hud como near to held all silent and spell bound under that Xo fear tho intuiting sorrow nnd thosltmo Ud how that Timt saved tho Union army there wor men of molul on both sides Landing Imping to seo his son wonderful revelation Morgan Luko was tlio Jelt nt tho holplcis facing of n fault Thus ended a day of niruugu Whoa Thoy wore brothers of tho same fimlly nnd Ilttsburg none could lost son of Colonol In ftomo foil friendship now an empty iiamo doubt yet not a word was spoken no shout equally bravo It linn found a ruvu In Doubts nmn night came tho ilrlng imd almost ccasfil Hum A cold rain fell during the night but men of joy Were tho witnesses stunned with Lukecoiild not repress a ihuddor when vault lay in tliolr i nuks on their nnns while all tho groaus of some dying wretch in tho IVoilroHd tho mooting with a Love long Ion if the announct merit or was it thopicvncool over tho Held went up th most ptoous brush at tho roadside readied his ears A t flvo our captive nnou In bonds or Pride death Hot f mod ut lat thotiuh nttho orunl cost Lllllc came to them and Luke pluclng cries and groans of wounded that over out A fur off in tho wood could bo mjoii torches Of wandering homeless tdl It droopud iun1 board one arm about her turned to Klsiu and snid moving about They seemed tlio lights of diod Can you leva hor as a sister 1 ghouls or ghosts who hovered over the Hold JHAPTI5IC XVII f fche sobbed Yoh yes It of tho slain There still remained many it tnlo of Kood with ovll knit AT 11IH INI CAIIIV Colonol Morgan without uttering another Vain drifidd Mind folly to iinnlt wUdom wed dead yet in tho woods who had to bo gath Wo tho word turned his fuco toward tiio dark dislltut Memorys hand In such plain word has givingtrustmuchreader will not blame us for ered up and thoso lights belonged to the lilHtory in tho prccodiug so writ colored wall and peace came to his troubled searchers of tlio slain Tlio forest which A Among tho shndnws round our sleepless hod ehaptor Wo Hud tho llrst days conflict at but a few days bolero hud been the scone of lr soul Koouiet was ho ho silently did tha Hhiloh so Intorwovoii the lire of th toKht itftor thought onoh like a sword oharaetoraof this storyinthat after mature such a pandemonium wus now silent us tho change come that tlio prayerful watchers Ihrutl scorns to r J M I know It not until all was over Ilagiotl llopoiitl Hard words wo mark deliberation vn decided to give u partial de tomb The Intense darkness broken only It was Lukes regimental chaplain who hero and there by tho ghoulish llko lights thorn all scription of that terrible struggle performed the burial service and ho and riiori huppior fancies then tho world of Tho second duy wo omit livory one that llittod about seemed to oust an apIns Mister whom ho had only so recently dninm knows that General Grant pun forced by palling gloom over tho battlefield magnifyknown stood by the gruvo and watered it And lot tho watcher wonry eyelids fall Lew Wallace and Huoll pressed the enemy ing Instead of decreasing its horrors with their tears Aro you acquainted with this country flight Unit brings hours of woary wnkoful- - all day and finally drove hem from tho Held Luke determined at once to drop tu noss The Confederates hud suffered an Irrepar- Colonel Mason asked Hlackhawk as thoy name of Mason and tuko his proper name Comon llko n on mo save to our meekest able loss la the death of Oeueral Hldney passed beyond tho outlying pickets Morgan Hut this lie found almost un jkjs Yes iiiussu I bus been all obor It many mood Johnston who was hilled in tho first days tint mmii shall Itvo thnii sleepless houm to conflict sible while in the army as ail bin paper lived fur a week In a time Yars ago oloss were made out in tho iiiinie of Mason It wn It was the third day before they began de so woods a iow iaiim riiAVKH was ihiimi 01 riutii Wherein past fault plead for our fuluro afterwards ascertained that Luko Mason Were you a runaway In tho woods up some of the dead and wound gathering good tho original owner of tho yellow handker Vmc duy our bodies shall luivo plcntoou ed from some parts of tho Held livory nowDon talk boutdat mussa it am all over and that be learned that lie was wounded chief was n mulatto who was n house serv and got some very uico soldiers to show him house nnd almost every tout bocamu a lion loop and bis handkerchief wont that mys lnilnall taking thought for thlnllfon suko pltal for the maimed nnd buo lug tlio deid teryHlackhawk which you explain Intimated to tho place Upon examination of Alberts ant of Mr Morgan got into tho possession you have to me at wound Luke was soon satisfied that it was had by some mi ans rheroforo watch well souls who earths vigils wus the work of soverul days Who am I i not necessarily fatal koop Hut it was evident of tho nurse possibly presented to her by Colonel Mason on tho 8th of April could tlmo and again Who are you Leitl In Deaths night yo fall to llkn uwnknl or 1 feel that you have my past history that folonei Morgan was dying and could tho original Luke himself who w quite s only Unit two hundred and thlrti six out of -- Kate W Uldor In N Y Mull nnd Kxproi live but a few hours at most Ho wus sull llirt in his way his roglmont of ouo thousand though three locked up In your breast 1 will tole yo soon Colonel Mason got 11 leave of aosoiuc for massa but not now strong however and told them that he was days Inter he managed to muster ouo hun- Â¬ nn time now After a few moments n shot on the second day when the lighting a fowdays and went with Ins sister Lillie dred and fifty two more Others hud sufMr Neff uml Albert who had been paroled He hud fallen back sevwas almost oer fered worse for regiments and even bri lenco Luke mild Hlackhawk where were you during the eral hundred rods from the enemy and was across thunver into Kentucky where tliej gades had lost their organization Leaving battle riding along a ridge when asingio rifle shot would bo safe Ho persuaded Lillie to bo o ThrlllluK nnd Romnntio Story the badly decimated regiment in com Uigbtln t initMHi from fust to last I rang out from the hushes 011 his left and he come bis wife and they were quietly mar tiiuud of tho senior Captain Luke made a or tho Lato Olvll War ried at a little country church in Kentucky diligent search among tho slain Con feder- fought ull de time and Ikilliim obor ho fell pierced in the breast by a bullet many Tho chuckle of lulluito satisfaction ates Mvboy my brave Jasper made his es His sister kissed him on parting nnd told lie may bo killed said the Colonel which followed this sent a thrill of horror cape 1 trust I hope Colonel Mason if over him to euro for yieir brother Jasper if he IJV JOHN It MVfiWK and if ho 1 will Hud him and give him Chris- through Lukes frame nnd bo ulinnsl you meet him you will bo as kind to him us should Hnd him Ho promUud todoso gav Itrrnon or Hiiotiieii Aoaimht lliifrntrit will lie his loathed tho cold blooded heartless African you were to my dauglilerwhen you protect- hor to Albert nnd told him to euro for botb tian burial If ho is wounded Kit HllOWN- llKIJCH IAKIUfAN WAIf In order to change the subject ho asked nurse until ho is restored lo health ed our homo front the recruits He and if he should never return llAMKRiioir Hmirouu riKM Did volt see Llllle NofT Luko reached bis regiment just In time to Hut though ho searched two days ho Klsieare all I havo unless- uiiIcsm and Otiikii HTOUIIM join General Halleclc in tho Corinth cam Yes massa I saw Miss Lillie on do could not Hud tho bod v Unless what asked the Colonel pulgii His regiment bud meanwhile been At tho lust days search lie returned to berry fust day ob do light Hho came to a Copyright ilt IMP The other one he living fully recruited and uHsignud his tent nnd was sitting in It weak and house wha ail de folks dun run off an Of whom tiro you talking What other or General Mi Arthur1 T to the brigade GHAPTKH XVf CONTlilJ sick at heiirt when ho heard his guard wasdarto shoot rebels Uy n by mime one do you mean Colonel Morgan Luke Illicit buck back their lino wus forced Old ArkansawTom wasfconHtantly with chullougo some ouo A moment later the robs came in wid her bruddur n she mado asked knowing full well that the man bad his belovnl Colonel Ho seemed to hav nntll their cnuip tantH nml several lmttTiOH guard putting his head in ut tho tent door me bide my gnu De shootiu could bo ieenl not long to live and that whatever he had lost much of his jovial down huah an all lowed as dar war a aw- to say must he ivorn In tho hunda oftliu ouoiny soul spirit sinco Ins thiv said immediately Driven Ixiyond tliolr cinnp tliu Union companions had loft him It was Uurlujl Heros a nigger Colonel that wants to ful big tight orgoin on Massa Albert war mire hud a child two years older than one of the terrible assaults on Corinth that in a heap o trouble bout dat bcccsh gal h oojirt lmltoil u mom out Ii ohhoiI up tliolr Hcoyou Hut when an infant a moro in the brave old HnoH nnd propnrud to moot tlio foo Al Yos Massa Luke I Is got stitnpm fob Klsie Morgtn who couldnt be found but Jasper veteran fell dead at Lukcl He foot though thoru hud boon u lull lit tliu at yo said a familiar volco thai thrilled ttio by n by sho enmo wid her father an I fant -- tho ohild wns stolen Lorn me The Colonol stooped to faiso the wush Id my gun t kill urn but I promise broko down and wept as rucoIlectlonH of falJoiniiiui when ho tell wounded ami wu tack novor for u moment liuil thoru licon Colonel Ahl if 1 carried to tho rear so that ho never looked Colouol Miss lllllo I wont Mi I wont Den dar war bis loss camo to tho dying man an ontlro ccHHiitlon of llfiiiK him said Luke Htuggering to Admit could but know that ho was alive and had on tho wrinkled Mi klssln Uunon did not try iv fourth hnrno hut hln foot tween MlssKlsio A giant negro stalked Into tho iilnt nb soft talk face of bis bravo old friend loliod ft muflUotimd procoodod to command lout Hlaohhawk liavo you again turned Mi Massa Albert Mi he go away wid all do been trained to ho an honorable man I again die happy Ma roglmont nnd lira mi occiihIoiiiiI hIioI up to taunt mo with this mystery The Colonels llttlo wife camo to nurse Out sojors to tight an both o do missus follor could Massa Morgan I km tolo ye to tako keor of do wounded said him back to health and ho wfijnblo to join Umaolf Ah ho win hurrying down tho wltli It man or duvil whichever you are Hlackhawk at this moment stepping for- lua regiment just nftor tho taking of Vicks I got my gun an went to do woods tor nu during thomoniontury lull mirouiuuitir tell mo what you want fight and spent two duys a shootin men I ward Tho words of tlio dying man had burg Ho found his brother Major Jasper tho men tomnko u KiilluntntiuHl lio hoiml Ive got a lettah for inassii dat am all Morgan m tho hospital dying from a wound u tvolMtuown voice Rrowllnu i didnt know wirtly whichd melted tho stony heart of tho African and the negro handed t lie Colonel a bit of hutod Who aro you l uskod Mr Morgan ga Whipped when I meets do lor lo Missus Hm wife and Hister wero telegraphed for Why n thundor didnt thoy 1V a follor Klsioacomin fur dls chile Hho say fur tag at tho negro as if he had uovor seen but cume too late ftohsuco tor git nblto tor nut uforo thoy mo to come to a lone cabin in do woods an him before Srlv un Inter thht flKht It was In tho chargo at Kenesaw Mount DiKin vo know 1110 masmi ilium v I go dar wid her I knowed It cos It war do 11111H that Hlnekhawk Olinliotyor mouth Max tit u kiiiiiuu II who hail inuiHioi nn cabin lutayed in many many yars ago Id know Hig Ie to who yo use tor own down in being Lukes body servant fell pierced bv hlnk Itn ti urtnnon n rum u Mwub Inter It been dar since an it had two beds and olo Tennessee nn who Dick Bnood yir a bullet in the bowels Tlio Colonel sprang tnld u choorful volco nt hln Hide The Uolonol tho irruy loclin mid cheers dar When I como dar found Massa oherscer use tor whupf rocoKiilzod to tho ground and raised tho Iete Ieto ieto is It you Where dying negro and asked what lio head of the tlouoh lint an belonging to ArkniiHuw Tom Albert I3 In on ouo bed wid a big shot in could do to his sido an Massa Colonel Morgan 011 have j 011 been Thunk Gol tho brnvo old follow Ik ntill relievo or help him It am too much to tell massa but doan Bald tho Colon ol kllvo anudder wid a rifle bullet through Mm Ntitbin massa Am do light over Khdo Morgan war dar a tcndlii hnlTavom yo remember scndltr olt my po wife un Tlio anomy Vfti dotormlnod to follow tip For the present it Is an a cryiu all do time Miss Lllllu ax tun lectio baby to New Orleans to be sold I ivory ndvnnUtgo thoy hud Knlnud unit I h done fur any way yo ennt help me atimlln and dey ull suy yoi don sho wroto guess it war Huued who tolo ye to case ho massa uriiIii poured down upon I ho army thoy hud Would yo help liato me wus don do dobil and use ter hko drown yo when a baby I uio wtio tried to Qnvou from Itn joUlon Hooting yelling do lettah for t fetch yo nhouUng andBuronmlng llko so inuuy llotuU Luke asked his guide several moro 0110s- - tor wimp mo Wall massa 1 stood all do Yes Hluckhuwk I havo forgiven you bill 1 loved lev wife nn r tlons In regard to tho wounded men and Whlllinlll lot looio from tho Infernal roglonn they that Hguln struck tho Union lino of Imttlo Tho Hut massa yo dun know all Lllllc but Hlackhawk seemed to have sud leetle black baby s much uMit when yo solo ronr of Oroarma nnd thutulorlng ornah of denly grown morow am cither answered um I said Id make vo sorrv too What olso Is thoro to know run uwuy an lived for six weeks lit the Tonnos rtlt nnd hcivvenn quake trtlllery mads th by uocatlvo grunts or sullen silence It war mo dat Hluhted do gun un pulled For some strange iticompruhouslblu rea seo mountains like or ground bog an ono do trigger dat killed yer fathor This was Bhlloh all day long It wimus son Colonel Mason found himself nervous day I fctolo back to do hottso an when do With an exclamation of horror Luke If holl had suddenly boon uneupped nml and trembling It seemed as If tho vail of black nttss one day brought de baby to do dropped tho head of tho wounded negro and 11 ro and sulphur flondfl turned mwit the tho past was about to bo lifted and ho was Held I stole It from wha shed sot it down staggered to his feet Mounting Ida horsd earth Hhot and sholUlow llko rain among to gazo uMii what lio hud so longed to see to pick omo berries Dar war a yaller 10 rode to whoro tho roglmont wim formtho raon and trees Thoro was no dlHtlnct Could it be oh wus It posstblo that that handkurchor dat do gal had gib do Jiaby to ing for another charge and when next ho firing but ft t orrlllo eotitlnttotin roar while play wid an when I run ofT wid him Inter Haw Hlackhawk llfo was IIAtl JIAIK Till III 11 NI was roiicitn dark mystery would soon bo explained f whole horrible nuotio was at Union tho extinct W hen peaco was declared Thoy ran two or three narrow escaiies from do woods ho hoi 011 ter dat handkorcher 1 vailed by a oloud of nmoko From out tho folded paper I promised to bring It to didnt know what to do wd do baby I fus gun or Luko Mason as w havoLuther Mor small parties of thlovus and army vandals linos of whtto vupor there Inntiod continu- you massa and Ive ilouo it known him thought I d kill ous Jottt of iluiuo which ran along from Open lug it Colonel Mason wan astounded who wore prowling about tho buttlc Held pretty wid Its it but it looked up at mo so pad Just been commissioned 11 sweet llttlo eyes dat I couldnt Hut ho resigned and went homo to find tho brief noto In tho handwriting of murdering tliu wounded and robbing the I lino to lino never entirely dying away wandered about wid It for iviiru nlaln His Bister had married Albert and thej 4t My God I what n scene orled an ofllcor bis betrothed It reads were rebuilding and Dar tun do cabin Hlarkliawlc at last stayed win it a long time in dls olo cabin ntmr Colonel Mition DUAtt Litkk If Ititavoa has spared you stole grub for It an myiof too den I Neff homes lead Mr refurnishing tho olo said wlntlng through tho woods to 11 light Noff had died 11 year Well might ho no exclaim As n soldier and Kod fortuuo khuuld porialt you to rrcolvo black Its faoo an go to a Quaker an tolo boforo Albert Is badly which shone like a star who was in tho hornets nost onco said to thin CO m o to tu in nnou him I was a runaway nigger an wid my A fter n short visit to brother wounded Coin el Morgan They spurred their horses on aad in 11 few uIbo nore morand tho writer tally wounded I fear Hlaakhnwk whom I moments were at tho door of tlio lonely buby an ho tuk mo by night hldin ebcrv Luther Morgan nnd his uwcot young sister f irtw i iltu in ficV wlfo aeotdontully mot w 11 ku do you day till wo got Inter Missouri an dou ho wont to Ohio and sotlcd in ono Liiiik cabin In the forasU Colonel Mason dis of tho small Tho Iniosjiitiit roar tli- - crash of cannon Tend oily folding tho note ho foun ouo falling of braticlioN and oven trees cut Into his pocket uovt his heart andthrust It mounted nnd followed by Hluckhuwk went babys face day dut do black como off de or towns of that great Htato whoro boon turning toward tho iiilsorublo hut an dat It war white Ho war gaged In the practice of law in which pro down by tho nrlillery tho dying meu and to DIuekhawk said golu to tell on me but I runawuv from im fession ho has won both and rivulilH so tinged by human horses Canyon take mo to tho lam jof11 CHAPTKU XVIII wid do ehllo an trabol up do Missouri rlvor True to his duty and truofamo and money to gore itn to look Iiltontroamn of blood with Yes sail CONCLUSION long way 1 tried to throw tho baby in do now enjoying tho blessings bis lovo ho is plies of slnln in every direction made for which he How far Is HI A solitary tullow candle dimly llgnicd tho water ter drown but ehory tlmo I try it do fought four long yours It sootit llko iv day In pordillou Tho half of dingy iipiirtinent bringing only Into partial llttlo baby loojc in my fucq an smllo un I lloiitslx mllos sah may bo seven tiu ind Bhlloh novel him been nnd never can bo Did you walk or rldet relief tho objects within At tho roar of cant told Ton thoiitmnd Itiotilouta oscapo tho Walked maiixu ciuldnl Hud a boss concealed by tho iltful Bomb people aro disposed tho oublii hulf Ono duv I want to n linun i toHticcr ntln minds of narrators every tlmo thoy at Woll Hlackhawk vo must gut horses to shadows wore two minurnblo couches on rlvtsr to steal sumilu to cat for rnu uu do vontorH and patoutB Dont do It Nino tempt Its donuriptlou Tho nnrrator only rldo back each of which lava dark form A female chllo Fhery body tontliB of tho matcrinl prosperity of this remombara that for hours tho earth trem- Â¬ At this moment too door ot the tent was knelt at one while another sat upon a stool place war an olo bigwar In do Hold un in do American Union Is woodoit crndlo duo to inventors and I stolo bled and men fell like grits before tho darkened by tho upeuriinco of u white near by her face burled In her bauds It urn corked thoir patents A it up tight scythe Friend and foo worn at times so haired soldier who had u blindage about his Leaning against tho wall wus a vabro in Its do yaller handkorchiof as u boat an tyln to reliiuj tho munyvolumo would not suOIco bout do babys bond obllgutloim we owo to Intermingled that it was dllllctilt to tell ouo head and one arm In u filing scabbard put It asleop in do cradlo nnd pushed It out tho men whoso pntlont Investigation mid in lllludcd by smoke doafonod from tho olhor Whar yo gwlmv Karno Tho footsteps of tho Colonol and his at ho asked with Konulty havo cheupencd proccssea und by ourihiitiaklngrcporta and btiriilng with tho familiarity of a friend toitdaut wcroutihcnrd and ho hud reuehed Luko horo was ulwut to interrupt lessoned hibor for this prosiiorouB people tho I shall leave oump for a short time Tom thirst they seairo wore humans Tho forest tho contor of Iho room unporeolved A low narrator but Mr Neff said t uuiuorictusrouiovo our hats bororo tho was filled with Hinall irnme such us ubotind I itst ouno tor toll ye Kernel tliat earnest prayer was bom offered up by tho No dont do t now Lot Mn goon muu who has devised u machine by which poor llttlo blrtls and mil Max Ml grumble no more In the wood Tho girlish form kneeling at tho couch Tho Tho negro resumed wo may got broad with loss 8weat Bufety mam nartuyxod with fear by timt continu- WliutN doadr nwful solemnity of the occasion awed oven vulvo 01 on roar ami uin scorned nicupuuio Yoh Kernel Jlst brcatluM his UsV tho man who had grown acuuKtomod to taken to Ht Uuls sold at auotlon m don mv flight How li Ned Cotton death and carnage Tho volco ho heard was ItlCJtANDAllLBPtJDDINO BoU ft CUpfUl n i7to Mr Neff who xlKto Moan sold of r co in a pint of milk or wutor till qulto Luktvaw birds sitting on limbs from Fi st rtto I reckon Iho doctor lulc Ids of tho being whom ho loved and hud loved keep mo wkkm thoy rofuncd to ntlr until knocked off j off tor day nnd thinks holl live but since his boyhood days Hho wus tho angel I heard him say dat ho flud do ull do war tondtir Half ful a with pcolod baby Wy tka soldier yIsIUhI Ida dream by a stray shot or hit who hud and whose do young massa so cu when Murfsil Moruast cored and cutup apples aad sugar to taste ur r most tuckered out Moire wwew frightened that thoy sat prayer for bis safety hud seemed wore la- - eomaupm Missouri f Did von Hud JMllSuowl Jlc tUoMOTir than to tow a enrotaS J Hazel Green Herald any 11 I ral ii Â¬ Â¬ 11 Tirt 1 C rr tfr - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ npmmMM tM n y Ji I 1 -1 L Â¬ 11 1 fx I Â¬ t 1 t Â¬ Â¬ LUKE MASON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - 1 111 I Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ 1 1 11 - Â¬ 1 Â¬ eke iTt1 igtr 1 1 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 tatl M piosh wtwaasj NM Um jrrutl untUkJckcd ever urs crust wk4Wi we kou THE EAJAHS TREASURE An Intoroatlng Story of a Soldiora Gratltudo f Written for TUUPip rl HK cm of e vo n In g hnd shad turbulent fallen over the u n 1 waters of t h e river Hooghly an offshoot of the mighty and for the bark of jungles which lined the Jackal bank the shrill shriek of nocturnal birds an they winged their flight over the muddy stream added to the hum of human voices which were wafted from the fity of Palaces combined to produce a net ies of sound that grated harshly upon the ear of a stranger A myriad of lights shone from the as they darted hither native boat and thither between the shipping and the shore On board the numerous vessels which lay moored side by side all work had been suspended and their crews had cither sought repose after the arduous labor of the day or betaken themselves to the oriental metropolis to enjoy a sailors carousal however the On une noble ship Her quarter deck scene as different and rails were brilliantly illuminated bv scores of gayly colored lanterns uhilc beneath the after awning two lung tables groaned beneath the weight of the most luxurious and delicate viands of the east As the steward of the vessel assisted by several native caterers completed the arrangements for the banquet the captain emerged from his cabin and He was walked toward the gangway in time to greet a party of ladies just and gentlemen whose boat he had hcani touch the side Proudly the master welcomed his friend to the deck of his beautiful craft but scarcely had he finished the greeting ere other arrivals claimed his attention It wis i motlev nroeession that poured over the rail There wis the European merchant in conventional evening dress accom panied by wife and daughters arrayed in the richest attire Then came the Hindoo banker state- Â¬ ly in nis magnificent robes and turban glittering witli costly gems Next fol- Â¬ perhaps a lowed the Mohammedan little less gaudily dressed than his predecessor yet presenting a fine ap pearance while the Iarsee in his long flowing conical bishop shaped hat cloak of figured satin and wide silken trousers came next to the feast to do honor to the American captain Kach guest was followed by his own servant whose duty it was to wait on his master and him alone To a novice the arrangement at table would have seemed very strange but in this land Each of caste it excited no comment sect took their allotted places at the festal board while before the group of in w Â¬ Â¬ 5 suorod Ganges und quiet which in most places follow the close of day were but the li n s h he re wanting called out captain the European ladles ami gentlemen in chorus while the dark mellow eyes of the natives were turned interestedly toward the host in expectancy of the story It may not be fitting for me to re- Â¬ began late the narrative at this time for it the captain apologetically might call some unpleasant memories to many of my respected guests as it touches upon the dark days of India which you ull so well remember The apt Sahib need have no fear of wounding the feelings of his serv- Â¬ ants remarked one of the Hindoos present Those times have passed and the strife which rankled in the breasts of the Sepoy and Knglishmau is no more Let my beloved lord and master speak went on the Then I will tell you captain for it is an interesting story I was a poor orphan lad in my own country and was forced to turn to the sea as a means of livelihood Slowly very slowly I crawled up the ladder of mv chosen profession until I reached the position of chief ollicer and in such capacity I have visited these shores many times Hut although as was ad mitted by American merchants I was well qualified to fill a higher station yet alas none was opened to me as I lacked the means to purchase a capÂ¬ tains share in a vessel How is that Â¬ censed soldiers tho persons of the wife nnd infant son of a most powerful rajah Although the husband wax in the field with many followers against the Hrltish the captain secreted his gentle captive and her charge and kept them in seclusion until the storm of war was passed -- for ho feared their fate if allowed to fall Into the possession of his own countrymen When however the native prince laid down his arms took the oath of allegiance to the English crown and through the magnanimity of tin governor general was reinstated In his own province my companion then hastened to deliver up to the great potentate his loved ones whom the rajah had mourned as dead When the chief heard the story of his consort how she had been cared for and protected by the noble foreigner his gratitude and generosity knew no bounds and he lavished fabulous wealth upon tho preserver of his child and heir A very small portion of the treas ure allotted to the soldier he took at that time and resigning his position In tho army proceeded to America where unfortunately he entered Into specula- Â¬ tion and lost all Not wishing to send to his Hindoo benefactor he preferred to work his way to India and cull In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TALKING CANAPIES DOMESTIC CONCERNS had be come almost discouraged and begun to feel that was destined to live and die a mate that something most singular happened to me On leaving Hoston with a cargo of rice for this port the captain informed me that we had among our men a man whom he had allowed to work his passage to Ca- Â¬ lcutta remarking at t e same time lie is one I think who has seen bet- Â¬ ter days and I wish you would make things as easy for him as the discipline of the ship will allow broke in a Captain I pray you military looking gentleman who was seated on the speakers right hand do I Â¬ 1 It was on one voyage when Hut col jnul our friends are anxious was the reply which for the story was heard only by a few however At the first present Then aloud opportunity when well out to sea I had a long talk with the man who had taken this means to reach his homo in the cast That he was a true gentleman I saw at a glance and was much interested in that part of his history wlileli lie saw lit to reveal to me I shielded him from the hardships of a sailors life as much as lay in my power for I felt grieved to find a man lilted to fill an exalted position brought to such a strait and that too by circumstances over which he hud no control The seamen however did not take kindly to their more delicate shipmate and I am afraid that many times dur ing the passage unknown to me they succcdcd in making his life miserable One night when about a weeks sail from the mouth of the river Hooghly I was startled by the cry of man over- Â¬ board and hurrying to the i ail of the vessel i looked over the side and saw the form of some poor unfortunate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ not continue 7 VvW y aJ Trgi iMiofinv rifi MA AT Kit WKICOM III IMS 1ltIKNIlS HindcjoK wore laid utensils that had never been touched wave by people of their own kind ami the contents of the various dishes were wholly of the vegetable kingdom and had not been de- Â¬ filed by contact with the hand of either Miishelman or Christian Despite however this peculiar es Â¬ trangement among the party there was no hul of merriment for all were familiar with the customs of the country Wit and repartee sparkled oen like the wine in the fragile glasses und the American commander wan overwhelmed with congratulations upon his good fortune in possessing so Â¬ Â¬ There is onu matter that puzzles me captain observed a fine looking European gentleman who was Heated at the left hand of the host and thut is why you an American should have named lhls floating paluce of yours The Uujuhh Treasure It certainly Hounds oriental and is very pleasing to our eursu ply was the re Â¬ and the reason for the ship bear- Â¬ ing this name is because my possession of her h due to an oriental that is primarily Hue a vessel It Is indeed oriontal being swept past Hard down your helm Hack your main topsls Lower away the boat1 1 called quickly and then sprang to the rescue of the man whom I thought I recognized in that one hasty glance to be my protege A few strokes and I had reached him and found that I had not been mistaken Hut imagine my surprise when I heard him call in a cheery voice Do not mind me Mr Holey n I am a good swimmer -- but look out for that villain who tried to murder me he is somewhere near and with that the bravo fellow struck out boldly for the I vessel which had now rounded to was horrified for an instant as the meaning of his words flashed into my mind but seeing a human hend come to the surface close at hand I was recalled to the situation and reaching forth grasped the miscreant by the hair and with a vigorous movement throw him upon his back keeping him afloat at arms length as host I could In a few moments though it seemed hours the boat reached uh we wereÂ¬ picked up and Imagine my joy at see ing seated upon a thwart our deck hon wo reached the passenger1 the captain was at the gangway vessel to welcome us on board and you will not be surprised that the first order I issued was to put the would be assas Â¬ sin in double irons After that until we reached port the man whom I had sprung overboard to save lived with us aft in the cabin Upon arriving at Calcutta the singular character whom wo had brought from America approached the skipper and Captain I wish you would let said Mr Holeyn the chief mate take a two weeks run with mo Into the country and 1 will give you my word that he shall return to you with full puy for his time and the money for my Ipas sage for now that I am in India urn by no means a pauper The captain at first demurred but at length gave his consent and wo at once started for the hilly region I will not tell you tho exact locality for which we were bound but suflleo it to know that it was not far from the famous city of Lucknow When well upon tho road my friend rovcaled to me a most wonderful talc a story that would rival any told In tho Arabian NighU My companion had been a cupula in a company of foot during the Repay rebellion and It had been bin good fortune to res sob Globe cue from the baad of kla justly-lnÂ¬ Â¬ It seems almost Incredible that a canarv could be tauirht to sneak never- tildes there have been well authonti- en tod eases in which this seemingly impossible feat has been accomplished The most notable instance was that of a canary exhibited in Loudon in I HAS nnd it had a most remarkable history Its parents hnd previously successfully reared several broods but in tho early part of the year In question hatched out but one of four eggs Strungo to s3 they entirely neglected the little one unci Immediately rebuilt a nest ovor it Tho owners of the birds acc- Â¬ identally discovered this fact and re- Â¬ moved tho forsaken one almost dead It was plnced in llannel by the Arc and j after tho greatest attention wnsrostored and raised by hand The fact of Its being treated In this manner separated from all other birds caused It to become very lamtUar with Its loster parents nnd Its first singing notes were entirely different from those uttered by the ordi- Â¬ nary canaries Being continually addressed In endearing terms by Its mistress it astonished her one day by sud Â¬ denly repeating the words Klssiel This became an ovory duy klssiel occurrence and from time to time other terms were added to tho vocabulary For hours together except during the moulting season this extra ordinary bird would enll out In tones til most as clear as if uttered by a human voico such sentences as Dear sweet Titehio the name given It by its mis Kiss me dear Miss Minnloi tress Klssiel klssiel klssle sweet Minnie Woe gee gee I itchio little Titchlel sweet Tltohlor It also developed a faculty for whistling the fhst bar of God Save the Queen being Its favor- Â¬ ite air Another talking canary Is said tohavo been exhibited in London in 18IS but all authorities agree that it was in no way equal to the one described Oray tho noted poet gives a very minute account of a canary owned by a woman who kept a coffee house in Pall Mall London and states that this bird could whistle no less than twenty different tunes The noted Lady Sandwich was a TO IUKHINT to you mv great lover of birds and hearing of tho ALLOW Mi FHIILNI ANI UKNrlAiTOK wonderful porformauees of this canary became very anxious to possess it She person for the balance of tno wealtn accordingly deputized her friend Lord which the native prince had conferred j Peterborough to purchase it He pro Â¬ upon him and which had been set ceeded to the coffee house and made aside awaiting the captains order and to the owner offering a large it was to obtain this that we were overtures sum of money for her feathered pet making the journey The woman steadfastly refused saying When I saw the royal reception she was and would not part awarded my companion by the rajahs with it under any circumstances household my heart sank within me Peterborough during the conversa Â¬ for shame at the remembrance of how tion watched the bird with the great Â¬ Illy he had been treated by the low est attention and took note of all its minded seamen on board our vessel marks and other distinguishing feat- Â¬ The amount of money which my ures Seeing his errand was a fruitless European companion received 1 do not one he determined to compuss his ends know but this I am aware of itmiust by deceit and after a long search suc Â¬ have been enormous for he forced upon ceeded In purchasing a bird which was me the princely sum of twcnty flo a counterpart of the one coveted thousand pounds It was with a portion Shortly after tho first interview ho of that with which I purchased tho ves- sauntered Into the coffee house and sel and now ladies and gentleman al- Â¬ when a favorable opportunity present Â¬ low me to present to you my friend ed Itself slipped tho wrong bird into the and benefactor Col Robert Eraser cage the right one into his pocket nnd whom you all know addressing the hastened to Lady Sandwichs domicile man on his right and tell me if I hwo This was about the time of tho revolu- Â¬ done wrong in naming my ship as tion und many months later he dropped did into tho coffee house and seeing the After an instants profound sllenca substituted bird still hanging in its ac loud calls were heard for the colonel customed place remarked to the prowho rising to his feet remarked with prietor emotion Ah my dear woman I guess you Kind friends did you know what have often regretted your refusal of tho this gentleman did for me when ho money I offered you for that bird thought I was but a poor outcast on tho exclaimed the old ludy Money world you would consider I was only no nor ten times that amount would a Htniili part of a man had I not be- now persuade mo to part with the dour stowed upon him some portion of tho little ercaturol Why if your lordship rajahs treasure will believe me as suro as Pin a Chris- Â¬ Maiijtov Downing tian its a fact that tho poor bird has moped and never onco opened Its pretty DEAD LETTERS lips slnco the day thnt the poor king went away How Tlmy Arn llunillnil and Finally ll It is utmost needless to state that his pimml of lordship did not disabuse her mind of Letters that are misdirected or only this notion and she probably died firm partially addressed are turned over to in the belief of tho remarkable fealty a lady operator who has acquired skill of her pet- - Detroit Free Press by long practice and Is familiar with the name of every city town village Old GentleAnd Jennie Hlushed and liamlet in tho civilized world man Where Is that book called knows all the street and apparently Dont Hobby Anyone know the contents of all the directories pubÂ¬ think It Is In the parlor You were lished in this country und in Europe reading it last night to Mr Spoondyke She knows that Willam Jones lives werent you Jennio Why Jennie on a certain street in San Francisco as no Hobby Why do you think ho well as the carrier does that delivers Tlobby Cause I heard you saying the mail in Williams district and if Dont a good many times Hoston one of Williams friends addressed a Herald letter to him at that street and number and Inadvertently writes Chicago or Hudyard Kipling still continues in Los Angeles instead of San Francisco poor health and will shortly return to she knows the letter belongs to William India In tho moantlmo his dramatic and sho changes tho address without qualities In narrative have Inspired Mr opening tho letter and sends it along George Alexander the manager of tho If u thick headed correspondent ad St James theater London to give him dressoti a letter to lames Smith White a commission to write a comedy which Knoll Tex tho lady to whom this lot will eventually be produced at that tor finally comes knows at u gluneo house that there is no White Knoll Tux and -- New York city consumes between that tho writer meant it for lames Smith White Mound Tox Sometimes two and throe million eggs overy day a letter comes along with John T They are drawn not only from Now llrown on it and nothing more except York stato but from several of the the postmark of sorno little town way neighboring states and half a dozen down in southern California western stales including IiidlanaOhlo Experience has taught the woman Michigan and Iowa The first named that nine chances to one the letter is state is said to produce a larger num- Â¬ for some other town in tho same hoc ber of eggs than any other state in the tlou of tho country and as a John T Union llrown Uvea at a certain number on a At Aason Me a black bear walked certain streot in San Francisco tho let ter is sent to hira Philadelphia Times up to tho house ef Daniel Abbott leoked In at the sitting room window and then --The lens sense a fool has the more proceeded U laspeet the pig pea amd sense It take to raauagv him AtchU J Â¬ Â¬ IVMllifrrd IVU Hint Irnrncit the ofTliclr lroiul Owner InguK W ril Â¬ 1 j Â¬ Ryo Calces Four tablcspoonfaUi of flour four tnblespoon fills of rye flour one pint of milk two eggs llake in gempanKllood Housekeeping jF Hrown Flour This Is very usefal to thicken gravy and give it n brown color Put your flour into a pan and set it over u moderate fire stir it all the time till it is brown but do not let it scorch ns it will communicate nn un Â¬ pleasant taste to the gravy When II is cool put it In n jar for future use Hoston Hudget For pine apple ice peel ono ripe juicy pineapple and shred It with a fork pour over it one pint of white sugar stir well together nnd let It stand one hour ami u half mash the mixture and strain off the juice through a win strainer add one pint of water nnd tint juice of an ornngo just before freezing - linger Pudding One cup buttorone cup sugar ono cup molasses four eggs one ounce ground ginger ono teaspoon ful baking powder two onps flour Sift baking powder with tho flour and add other ingredients to form a batter Pour Into a dish nml steam ovor boiling water until dry and spongy Place in the oven till perfectly dry and servo with butter sauce Detroit Free Press Velvet Cakes Three cupfuls of sugar one cupful of butter beaten to it cream add the whites and ytdks of six eggs beaten separately and thoroughly two tablespooufuls of sweet milk one half teaspoon cream tartar one quarter teaspoon soda or one teaspoon ful bak Â¬ ing powder sifted with ono package of corn starch one teaspoonful lemon juice Hake in cup cuke pans Ladle Homo Journal Spanish Hutter To a wlnctrlussful of rosewater add half nn ounce of Isin- Â¬ glass and six bitter almonds blanched and sliced lot it stand by tho fire for an hour thou add half a pint of eream the yelks of three beaten eggs and half a cupful of sugar cook carefully until thick then stir until cold rub a mold with rosewator and pour in the butter and set on Ice to become llrm Hoston Herald Fruit Salad Put a box of gelatine to soak In one pint of cold water for one hour Add ono pint of boiling wa- Â¬ ter two cupfuls of granulated sugar juice of three lemons and three or- Â¬ anges let it eomo to a boll and when cooler pour over layer of sliced bananas j well-to-d- o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ white grapes and pineapple first a lay Â¬ er of fruit then of tho gelatine till your dish Is cold sot it away to cool Whip up sweet cream season with su gar and a very little pineapple when ready for tho table put the whipped eream on the salad Housekeeper The wasti grease and fat from tho kitchen can be disposed of to very good advantage by making it into soap II need not be much trouble if you will proceed an follows Fry out bits of hoof suet and other fat and waste grcaso and strain out the oil into a stone pot until you got from four to four und a half pounds Put the contuuts of a pound box of concentrated lye into n stone vessel and pour three pints of cold water Into it stir with a allele un- Â¬ til it dissolves mid becomes boiling hot then let it cool till lukewarm In tho meantime melt tho fat and when both lye and grease are barely lukewarm pour a tiny stream of lye Into the fat stirring briskly otherwise it will not form soap In thirty to forty minute It becomes thick like honey Then pour Into a wet vessel and next day out Into bars N Y World Â¬ FOR sljMrvUincl0STUME3 HIIU Ircitty Ooinblmitloiiii In InvriM NtH Mad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho revival of sheor wiry linen ba tistes in ecru nnd tan shades has already boon noted Paris dress makers use thin transparent fabric ovor lavender or mauve silk trimming it with a now Insertion mado of nix rows of baby rib- Â¬ bon of tho same ocru tint woven on cross bands of thin silk which hold the rows apart that tho silk may show in tho spaces between Tho round bodloo of batiste gathered on tho shoulders is drawn down to shirring at tho waist lino and finished below with ton tabs of batiste lined with lavender silk Loops of baby ribbon odgo tho V front of the bodice and are set in many rows A band of tho ribbon insertion laid upon mauve silk passes just back of each armholo and comes down the front to meet In a point at the shirring The very largo sleeves drop from the top and tiro close on the forearm where they are banded with tho ribbon trimming The straight skirt has flvo rowa of Insertion down tho front and sides and Is mounted on a foundation of mauve silk with pinked flounces at the foot White dotted lawns have designs of fruits and leaven ono especially gay having clusters of red cherries with their dark green leaves Other lawns wltlf China blue inch stripes alternating with pink stripes are trimmed with white point desprlt lace used an brotollcH An the bodice and as inser- Â¬ tions in rufllcM that form a coat frill and flounces on tho skirt Wat teau designs of baskets of flowers rival the bow knot patterns on Hew India silks gauzes and nets piece nets and laces for flounces as well Ban are kets of roses and forget-me-noverturned on eream white silks the flowers strewing the light grounds violets and tarnations are heaped la yellowish baskets on black India silks Jetted baskets embroidered in flae eut beads are on thln meahed black nets while heavier net have the basket de alga wove U tkew Harpers Utatv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ot at the top making a ruche Â¬ Â¬ i vj 11 - I I 1 Hazel Gkeen HekAld SPENOER COOPER T - - - - Editor -- T HAZEL GREEN KY J ul v 24 1801 Fur day II Piipiu rt AriiyVnliint It Pint I itviinrtnti f 7nii irwttt wilulf li mill lishes the following list of Kentucky newspapers mat oppoe t no adoption ot tho new Constitution Thu Kentucky Farmer ThefXt Paducah Slandard lloiikiiisvlllo Keiituekian MIildleshoNiUKh llemlil Muudford Joiirnul Frankfort Capital The iSreeklurlduu Neus The Newport Journal Tlio Citiirgetoxt The The The The The The OMticdioro MeRnenyur imnouitATio WILLIAM For Oovcrnor JOJIN YOUNG HKOWN Of Henderson Comity For Moiitciiunt flovernor MITCHELL C ALFOKI Of Hell County Fop Attorney fleiicrul Of Fleming Cnunty ntatk tickict J llENDKICK LUKE 0 NORMAN ijjfeL For Auditor Pi f County For TrciiNtirer HENRY S HALE Of OrnvcH County Of Wolfe County For Superintendent of Public Instruction UREEN IJERRY SWANGO ED PORTER THOMPSON Of Owen County For Clerk of Court of Anneals AIIKAM ADDAMS Of Harrison County For Iteiffoter ofthe Lund Olllee For Senator 14th District JOHN S IIAROIS Uf JJrcathitt county Ittj Hazel Green Wolfe County Thu Old Muil In AkiiImhI It KENTUCKY No man in this Commonwealth will dare say that Gov Ruekncr has not been f A T DAY 001 OOI the best Governor tho State ever had 1 11 F DAY and if he cant vote for the new Consti Â¬ AlTOKNEYS AT LAW tution how can we Hero is what he Oflicc over Kxchanue Hunk My personal relations of says of it Maysville St Sterling Ky friendship with the members of the Con- Â¬ Practice in Montgomery MtPowell Menifee stitutional Convention inspire me with a Wolfe Hreattiitt Rowan Magottin and Mor strong desire to voto for an instrument gan counties and Superior Court and Court which as a body thov have presented of Appeals to the people for ratification Thero is II HENNETT much in the instrument to commend it- Â¬ vrnn self to favorable consideration and much that is objectionable Mv views wero CO very distinctly expressed during the sit- Â¬ JOHHKltS OF tings of the convention and I havo not Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods found reason to chango thorn The ex AND UMBRELLAS cessive indulgence in legislation by the OIIILMCOTIIK O convention in matters of taxation and in 82 N Paint St many other respects can not but be hurt- Â¬ ful as depriving the General Assembly Tuko Notice fa All persons knowing themselves indebt of the right to legislate on matters which ed to G li SwatiRo must make settle should be left to their discretion within What inent nt once His accounts have been proper constitutional restrictions placed in my hands for collection and seems most obnoxious to me is the in Â¬ when I call upon those owing him I dorsement iu the Constitution of the principle shall expect them to settle Iftbey do virtually of protection giving tho right of taxing entire communities not I will warrant them and they can then pay debt and costs I will take any for the oenefit of a few manufacturers With every desire to act in harmony Kind Of stock at COOd nrleim 1nm with my associates I have not reached fully but earnestly yours the conclusion to voto for tho new Con- mAUiiKY OWANOO nuiiiwuii JIU IVunl Carrion Grunt AVljht CouNiiuitloii Curittl The letter of Hon John O Carlisle An old physician retired from pracexpvssiug tho opinion that in its pros tice having had placed in his hands by out shape tho new Constitution should an East India missionary tho formula of 1 not bo adopted by tho people is an im Â¬ a simple vegetable remedy for tho speei portant contribution to tho negative side aim permanent euro of Consumption Neither tho integrity llronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all flueJl0 of Mr Carlisle as a citizen or his ability Throat and Lung A licet Ions also a posins n constitutional lawyer will bo ques tive and radical cure for Nervous Debiltioned by anybody lfe is n thoroughly ity and all Nervous Complaints after disinterested and sagacious man Ilf having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ word must therefore carry great weight ers in thousands of cases has felt It his with all classes of tho people Con ricr duty to make it known to his suflering Journal fellows Actuated by this motive and a desire to lelieve human sulVering I will Auuiiuliuuut Almiitt luiiinHlltii charge toall who desire it free The power of defeating any proposed send recipeof in this amendment to tho new Constitution will lish with full German French or EngÂ¬ directions fur preparing rest with sixteen Senators who mav be and using Sent by mall by addressing opposed to it as 4such amendment or with stamp iiMtIi iii mi T amendments must be agreed to by three Novns S20 naming this paper W A Powers Wock Rochester Mima in mi mo mourners elected to each 4yl House before tho measure can bo entered i i HimS This Anjliow on tho journals If the disputed points of tho Constitution excite as much con- Â¬ Col Jetso Harper the third party agi troversy In tho Legislatures as they did tator let the cat out of the bag whileln among tho members of tho Convention Paducah recently In conversation with it will bo a dillicult matter to get a several gentlemen ho declared that the 1ST three fifths vote in favor of anv amend Â¬ third party manacers would make a des ment This is an open clause with a perate ellbrt to poll a big vote in Ken tucky in order to show inumhors of tho vongeancoIInrrodsbnrg Democrat party in tho Northwest that the third Competition Open to the World Wouldnt Ilo OutiTiims party movement was taking hold in the Tim now Constitution provides First South as well as in that locality He bchedulo four that the Governor shall hleclared that if thoy did not poll a bis bo elected in odd numbered vears sec voto for tint ticket in tho AniMist nhi ond Schedule ttvn tlmt tiou the movement would receive a black Over 10 and under hull bo elected in even numbered vears eye and it would demoralize tho partys years of aire 25 Cents 1trij Section 72 that the Governor strength in tho West In his opinion hhall bo elected by the quiililled voters the future growth of the party depended Over lo years 85 Cents of tho Htaty at tho time when and places largclyupou the result in Kentucky where thoy shall respectively vote for Catalogues giving pre Â¬ Public Speaking Heprosontntlves In tho early history of Timbuctoo tho James H Swungo of Wolfe county will miums in lull will be ready address the votumit the following thnesnml for distribution June 20 and town council of that decided to make some public places in the Intciest of the IKiuooratic may bo had by addressing qipality improvements It adopted thin resoluPnintsvllle Johnson en Saturday July W AV G LACY Resolved that webwlld a now tion Sulycrsvlllo Mngolllu oo Monday July 27 jail that tho material in tho jail bo Wcet Liberty Morgan un Tuesday July 28 Secretary Kxel Morgan eo Wednundav July 2l utilized for that purjiow ami that tho Froiiohburg Monlfee eo Thursday July old jnil fhall not bo dmollUed until 10 tho now jail shall be ready for occupan Caniptou Wolfe eo Friday July 31 3yFor notli riYileies CV lltucl heen Saturday AuUht 1 Convention was Tho Couetitutlonal M ROSE The ladles are especially u ltel to lo address not to he outdone by any puny town preiat bneaking promptly at 1 oclock President coiiucll on the globe Courier Journal i m each day doinir 11 ho can to Hucuru its adoption Fnl month Democrat Innt Notlco tuul Fiilr Warning Wo have heretofore nnMflml nil vnMnu that wo will not do nny further credit luisiiieaH Wo need monev to meet our debtH and those iuduhted to uh must pay and not ono cents worth more cred- Â¬ it will ho extended to any ono who owes us as much as ono cent now This is emphatic and final and wo will not hon or any mora orders Respectf tillv ISj J T Day Co Tlmy Out Wlmt They Wtmtotl Under tho new Constitution the Rail- Â¬ road Commission may authorize roads to charge less for a longer distance than for a shortor and thov mav relieve rail roads from tho operation of Section 227 And tho legislature mav say how rail- Â¬ roads shall bo assessed ami how taxes on wuno arc collected If tho railrOlld WlllltOll mivllnn ther than this they wero too modest to nskforit EHtillfeiiglo ih Â¬ ono niun built mora niitcH or railroad in this State than any othei hiiH A CiiimtltiUliiiiMl Conundrum If tho rnllromlM nre so nnxioiiH for the detent of the Constitution us its friend claim they lire why is it that Col lien nett lomig who Williamstowii Iuhlie Opinion CntlettsbiirK Deinoerat The Meade County Reporter The Hartford Herald Thu Jlontiu County iteeorder The Hiuhiuoud Climax The Central City Herald The Cadiz Telephone Thu Todd County Progress The Glasgow News Tho IlarrodHliurg Havings The Milton Free Press The llurrodtdiurg Deinoerat Thu NiehohiHvillc Deinoerat The OwlngNville Outlook Tilt UVAVl SlIKKN llKUAlD The Howling Green Demourat The Cyuthinua Times The Hart Count v Heeord The KddyvilleTlines Gaette The Penilletnii Dumoorat The Cynthlana Deinoerat The Hardstown Keeord The Moryanticld Sun The WiiiKo Home Sentinel The WuhsterCitieu The Hoehester Sun The Hutlalo Wheel The Louisville Truth The Dover News The Lexington Gaette The Carlisle Mereury The Piueville Deinoerat The Mt Vernon Signal Thu ItiirkHville Herald The Meattyville Kiiternrise The Kstill Kagle Thu Somerset Iteporter The Fleiuiiigxliiirg Tiines Deinoerat The Williamshui Times The irayson Gazette The Ashland Signal The Carrollton Deinoerat The Covington Deinoerat Gertnau The Sturgis Kiiternrise The Loufsville New Era The Ohio Falls Fxpress The Home and Farm Thu Covington Commonwealth Tim The The Thu Thu The Jlio liiiimilli Pliilmliiiliir feudal City Itepiililioau I ii KulerprNu MailihtMivillo Hustler Louiui County Union Kurliiigton Bee Orente Morn OIIIciih Tho opponents of the new Constitution j are disposed to concede mat ono ot the few good points in it is the clatie redtic TT 1 O ing the number of jurors from Hi to 12 F 1 Thi however is not unmixed with doubt when this seeLion is taken in con nection with others that show the bent Arc iiou rtTiiviiiKu Fresh and Choice Stoek ol of the conventions alleged mind An increase is made in the number of judnos and courts but the jurors taken from the ncople thein elves are reduced in nil inner The idea seems to bo more To which they invite tin attention of the citircu- - of Hiiel Green and vicinity consist judge and less jury more rule and fewer ing of local rights more centralization of power c and authority and less confidence in the ability of the people to guard and proAlso FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OK ALL KINDS tect their own interests This distrust of the common people the bone and sinew of the land is shown all through their mill tln Ilnlliinc iliiiiirdneiit U ilim 1 lull 11C lmiiiiiim variegated documeut Catlettsburg Dem on at JBdr KVEKYTHING GUARANTEED AS KEPKESENTED OK MONEY NEW STORE I fC fo jLwUCJ NEW GOODS i XT Ob VTIfQ Vf OWCfjllUU Seasonable Goods Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Â¬ Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 Â¬ REFUNDED Colds and Coughs croup sore throat bronchitis asthma and hoarsonoss cured by CATLbTTSUURU KY The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Squaro Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed jifSoh proprietors of the famous KINC s The only NERVE U sold on an nbso remedy that X X WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS flyers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective It to cure flute guarantee and Colic Cramps emergency medicine Ely J M all Pains and Diarrhiea Dys- etc Used internally and exter 6 The best Liniment in the world 2 X WAVE - CENTS Jjl or the permanent etire of Tains in tliej Hack ami all disorders of the Kiriucvsg and Irhiarv Organs Thousands of cer S ftificatcs of those who have used this remedy will he sent on application S 1 IIMCK 100 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL 6le proprietors of thu renowned iV X should bo in every Ayer family fitaTFou Sam hy Dituo Sronia KKILY President and Countky Stohks EvrnYvniitiBa WM Dr J C Co ItKIGHT Secretary and Treasurer Lowell Mass Tli J P LOCKHART AVHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTONS CALL ON TI IE -- DENTIST EZEL KY Lexington Foundry Co Office 99 EAST MAIN STKEET TJR J A TAULIJEE Physician and Surgeon m4TrJ Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St SI A I h varcrrallTIIE east of Louisville AUGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINK SHOP IN Til L J W All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE DONE at thk iowist livisg rnuia STREET RAILROAD Ty Office 99 EAST MAIN aSSrFoundry on K U j - jucAmgmu Tii III REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President XT J y J YANKIE fan 3ilSlsZ- - fi f4l SEIP THflRnilOH IMfiTRIIRTinN IU RnnifVPCDIUQ fiUnDTUAun TVDCuDiriurt TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST IQRNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOQUE FREE O Btuutueun ra Â¬ JAMES KENNEDY JAMES fioi ffl 13 TIPTON Â¬ bfefe iHijiiRv Ww m -i- MArPi5 iv- - Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY ASSOCIATION MT STERLING KY Â¬ Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct Friday Oct 2 careSESlCrS IDR PRIWTIIVir I f I0CtrS 0SeClaly 80iCtC aml Si- v- M 1G None but pure medieines and drugs used f NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE EOUTEI AT THIS OFFICE f V QREAR iOLLEGIATE JACKSON HIGSTAFF Â¬ INSTITUTE KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Of Ceitrnl University Situation beautiful and healthful larce two htory brick buildiiij a lueultv of eoiu lutout and experienced teachers Vrimurv and iiitvrincdiate departments all eoimnoii brnnehcN Aceailciuio mid eidleulate dc lmrtments Higher Ihij lish Natural and Mental Sciences Intin Ircuk Seriiian Al sebra ieometry Surveying A e Kid I Nor mal nurse arranged specially for the thorough tralniiij ot teachers Hiisiness Course j iviny practical instruction in Imsj ncs tonus and calculations commercial law penmanship typewriting Ac Musical depiirtmeut orjiin and piano Moth sexes immiucuiiiuruisoi Miiucntscurcmlly guard uiiiunmui nuuiv Cdllipitie 111141 IIIOIOIILll Scssloii of ISDt J opens Tucsdav Sept 1st Sf lor circular triviiiK full information y t address inoi M yltV lacksou Ky MT STEKLINO KY IVactice in the courts of Montgomery ndJMiiIns couutics and in the fouri of and peals ami Federal Courts A1T0RNEYS AT LAW AMES P FANT WITH Till OLDlllJMAIILi House of w S Dickinson nai I Â¬ i liliii i lkM iSiv1 i0r is wWnttciyrC Cor IVnrlifc Vine CINCINNATI hBM Co call v Ii tt Â¬ 9 xooo FREMITrMS ADMISSION lo K S STBADEll Successors to T4 K SON Co KY J A hu Maiv Stukkt LEX INtJTON Â¬ mot Wludesnle Dcalcts in Â¬ U II mANTON 0 I Chancellor Straight Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE Kentucky Brandies A Whiskies c Wines Â¬ lfrt1nf1tiu FINE OLD WHISKY SPECIALTY HHAHS AND TOHACCO ftBOCBRS MT STERL1NO Consiemnciits KY nlii l nos Henderson ASHLAND KY Son Â¬ iansii XT XX H of produce SJe RS Xn K MAU1MN TAY Mns IIOUSeT loiMVYAPKIIBKX v J D H CARPENTER loblv Wliu Ky- - iv is r- owuiff N eerrrw out m y f fcrt ihvEli hu - W IK I iii nnl ii i - y q illll -spt imih lyin wpTt - iy77rJ5rr77 tf Tppf wr w f3rFv f1- mmmmm t - - iwui iMiiuiiimiiiiiifjiifliiHiu t JBJ fJ1 nr iiW - LLLIL L1LL ANNOUNCKMKNT Advocates of the new Constitution tell We are iuitliiiri7ul to announce GEORGE W DRAKE us a candidate lor Sheriflof us thht the reduction in grand jurors Wolfe Comity subject to action of tlio Dein- - will save tho State 17000 Let uh sec iiiriitii1 IllirtV Under the present Constitution wo have Wo uri utitliorized to aniiouiuo WEEHEN j two Circuit Court terms a year 24 judi- Â¬ OMiLifiUiN at a coiuiuiate lor Mliorlll or cial days for each juror at a cost of 7G8 Wolfe county subject to the action of tlic in each county Under tho now Consti Democratic party We arc authorized to announce W A tution wo have three court terms or 30 HYIID of Torrent iik n candidate for Slier judicial days to tho juror nt n cost of 111 of Wolfe county at the 804 or 1000 more in each county Allium election 1SD2 subject to the voters of the county Multiply this by 119 the number of Mr Ilynl ways he Isu Democrat and expects counties in the State and tho four extra to remain otic he does not believe In frau districts allowed for Jefferson and Ken Â¬ dulent mentis of securing county office ami if honored to the position ofSherill will ton counties and wo have an increased perform the duties regardless of person or cost of 11424 over the present system Â¬ Â¬ Misses Clara Pieratt and Tcnnle Combs nre visiting at St Helens J M Pieratt last week bought a horse of R A Chllders for lf0 Granville Bays left this morning for Illinois Mrs Mary Niekell is visiting at Mt Ster Â¬ Â¬ DAILY HACK LINE 0 1 II I LOF 26 KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Hnrel Green every morning Sun day excepted and couneotM with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves llothwcll every morning on arrival or train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at Hazel Green nt isUO v M ling July PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Agricultural Soiontifio Engineering 21 Bmjiit nssloal Normal School Aondomio Commercial and Military Courses of COUNTY APPOINTEES Board in dormitory families 3o0 to 1 part v authorized to anuoitucc JONAS V VANSANT of rampton as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to notion of the Democratic purtV Had 8 years experience as Deputy Clerk Your support and influence respectfully We are This is economy in a horn and the 12 jurors cost more than 10 John Linden who has been living at Oklahoma for two years past returned home Thursday of last week He tells of solicited by Buckinghams Dye for the Whiskers Mrs hcIiooI A beard can be colored brown or blnck teaching Monday at Sand field Nannie Kush has secured tho and commenced Mrs Nannie Kash lias the thanks of the editor and his better for a bushel of very nice apples Mr Ilancy father of Rev J Z Haney soon of this place returned from the Indian The traveling public should bear in Territory Wednesday mind that the hacks between this place Brownlow Osborn who was hit on the and Rothwell afford the best means of head with a rock by Frank Patton two travel between tho two points The weeks ago died on Sunday drivers are gentlemen who stand well Judge G B Swango and Dr John A with the public for their politeness and Taulbee were at Jackson Monday to hear accommodating qualities and ladies or children traveling without escort may Hon John Young Brown speak be assured of every attention to comfort The proprietor is one of John S HargU did not speak here on and safety Wednesday owing to the fact that the the most enterprising men in Eastern Kentucky and keeps his hacks in the farmers were too busy to come out best order and considering distance Saturday next Ctfpt W L Hurst will convenience etc there is no way so sat- Â¬ speak at Hazel Green on the new Consti- isfactory or so cheap as to ride on the tution Speaking at 1 oclock i M hack You have no horse to see about and run no chances Ayers Pills promptly relieve stomach troubles correct foul breath and an unJohn Pieratt returned from Mt Sterpleasant taste and cure constipation ling Tuesday evening and reports that the cattle there Monday was the It A Evans representing the Equit- Â¬ dullest he marketsaw There was about ever able Life Insurance Co 01 New York 1000 head of cattle on the market only was a guest of the Day House this week a few sold and thev at low prices John Two lengthy communications one and Ike Rose had GO left over and a from Maytown and the other from Mem- Â¬ Magoffin firm quit with 115 not disposed phis Tenn reached us too late for this of The sheep market was also dull issue Ayers Sarsapnrilla cures liver comLillie daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe plaint rheumatism and all diseases of Stephens of Mt Sterling is visiting her the blood grandmother Mrs John Wilson of this place WOLFE COUNTY houseRev J Z Haney will sell his Loo City Incnls hold and kitchen furniture etc at aucZ T Hurst was among us blinking bands tion August I For further particulars but we think he has the wrong sow by the see small bills ear Rev John Hargis will roll up a great Two sons of Dr Breck Taulbee of Mt big vote in this district Uro 1 II Fallen hns just closed a pro Sterling are visiting Dr John A Taul bee and family and other relatives and tracted meeting on the State road fork of Red river with the help of liro Downing friends in this section Robert Wilson our good constable has There will be preaching at the Bethea arrested Blaine Cockrell and taken him to lem church on Upper Grassy Morgan jail for shooting nt some neighbor boys The annual meeting will commence on county next Sunday morning at half past ten oclock by Elder J 1 Pieratt Friday before the third Sunday in Septem ber nt Lee City We see the advertisement of G W Drake The Jailer of Madison county was lined 500 in the Wolfe Circuit Court for re- Â¬ in your valuable paper the right man in fusing to obey an order of said court for the right plnce Mrs Nnnn Graham will commence her the delivery of a horse thief to the Sherschool on the 27th of July iff of this county David Rose the boss sheep buyer has A Miss Baldwin of Brule Montana been among us and a Miss Cockrell of Irvine Ky are Andy Elam is n candidate for n woman visiting Mr and Mrs D S Godsey of Died July 10 Miss Nana Klnm this place The young ladies are cousins Libkiity July 20 of Mrs Godsey LADIES or The new trustees of the town of Hazel Needing a tonic up children that want building should tako Green let the contract for building the 1HON UITTKnS nnowNs take cures Malarin Indiges Â¬ bridges in said town to Emery James It Is pleasant to tion and Biliousness All dealers keep it who lias completed tho work to the satisfaction of everybody MORGAN COUNTY Â¬ some remarkablo crops raised in that country Ono man sowed nine bushel of seed and threshed 246 bushels of wheat for his trouble another ono had less than four acres of oats and threshed 11115 bushels John was located at Stillwater and he says the surrounding country is very fine Marion Vaughn formerly of this county is Sheriff of tho county George McClain Marion Vaughn and a son of the latter each own 100 acres in the same section and all of them are in good fix John says George will marry Whlto Oak WhlttlliiKt The candidates for the lower house nt Frankfort and we are not prepared to say how low that house is before some men cease to be candidates viz Jaek n Ar uett and others spoke here yesterday telling the dear people that same old story lie that we have heard so long C P May hns returned from Odessa Mo after an extensive visit and reports the Eastern Kentucky emigrants in that State all doing well and prospering Wo learn that Mr May assisted by Miss Lillie Allen will teach tlic public school at this place II C Ilerndon deputy collector for this district lias been with us this week taking bonds for distillers in this vicinity Quite n number came in and perfected their ar rangements to manufacture the juice of the forbidden fruit Rev W L Lacy preached at this place lust Saturday and Sunday He will begin a protracted meeting at this church on Friday before the second Sunday in August and continue several days Rev J M Downing passed through for an evangelistic tour in the upper counties nnd preached for us Friday niidit He will begin a meeting here next Friday and con tinue over Sunday Malotic Lvkius county lecturer for the F L U of this county gave a public address at this place last Tuesday on the topics of the day which was very appropriate John Allen and K P Gates have dissolved partnership in the mercantile business W H Allen has bought out Mr Gates and removed the goods to this place W R Allen nnd J Whitt are having about 2500 logs cut and put in the creek above here for the Licking river market Andrew Kash and Robt Nickel of Days borough hnve been visiting relatives in tills vicinity Allen Vest have gone to Mt Sterling market with about 300 head of mountain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fall term begins 8citmicrotii lwoi 2 RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION per week Iti prlvnto For Catalogue address JAS K LEXINGTON -- PATTERSON 5 KY PhD Fare S2 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers in charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladles or children traveling without escort Tho traveling patronage respectfully solicVery rcspcolfullv ited ty It TAIIOR Proprietor Â¬ Wantkd Good Aokxts to 8irx oon Gknkhal link of mkrchaniusk No IKDDMKO VAin to AllOVK SALAIlY T1IKU INFORMATION BST SALARY PKU WEEK WIIiL livk auknts Fon UK run- - AODlitfS CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Vim Huron St Chicago III H EN11Y MATLOOK WITH THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITHEltSPOON MCMILLAN HAZEN CO It D President HUNTER Cashier WHOLESALE raid up CupitnT BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN Surplus This Dank solicits tho accounts of mer chants fanners traders nnd business men generaljy throughout Eastern Kentucky 20000000 6000000 Â¬ the most liberal terms within the Htnltn of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ DAY Tlic above goods are handled byJJ T CO llarel Green Ky NEW- MT MARKS BROS MMERS BANK STERLING KY MARKS Capital 8260000 Surplus 840000 sheep Â¬ Â¬ just recovered from a severe spell ol sick Mrs W B Allen and Mrs Win Lncy hnve Â¬ Wm AND Mitchell ClIA8 M Gruiuib CaHhicr Â¬ President ness San ford Davis has gone to Owiugsville with n nice lot of cattle July 18 Rykon Nos 134 138 RACE STREET Tho largest capital and surplus and individual deposits than nny bank in this see tint of the State lllncliwnter llulllrn Grandma Wilson ns she is called hns been visiting friends on our creek She Is 81 years old and can still ride horseback She is the mother of Rev John F Wilson and Joseph Wilson merchants of St Helens Jack Amett hns been around speaking and says he has the Republicans of Magoffin solid From what we learn if he dont get some Republicans he will be left for the Democrats wont take him Jas Dennis nud Blurt of Ezel passed here yesterday en route home from Camp ton court Blurt looked pleased so I guess he sold lots of cheap watches etc while CINCINNATI O Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN MT STERLING Â¬ HARDWARE COMPANY11 CAPITAL 810000000 Â¬ - Â¬ 15 and 17 West Pearl Street O at Campton CINCINNATI We hnve more Horcl Green business than nny other bank and want to increase it Send us your account and wo will treat you well B J PETERS PllFIDKNT Â¬ Â¬ Salt river Your correspondent attended the commencement of Bethel enmp meeting yesterday A good crowd out It will lust some fifteen days they say Wesley Hughes died nt his home nenr Flnt Rock Saturday ut 1 oclock of fever He leaves a wife and one child Willie Cox is visiting Flntwoods very Tis thought he wants to help the often postmaster Mrs V Pieratt wns visiting her daughter Mrs Lewis Henry on Cuney last weak Corn Clnrk has been visiting her sister Mrs Jns Yocum the pnst week Taylor Hurst spoke to n good crowd nt Maytown Saturday evening Win Henry is on the sick list but is some better at this writing Our school convenes todny with Willie Kash as instructor John Wnrd hns been suffering much witli Â¬ Joe McPieratt is prepnring to build him a He says he wants to save lots large barn of feed to feed the stock of those who vote Fa Thc wholesale trade of Eastern Kenfor the new Constitution while they nre up tucky is rcKpectfuIly Holicited Â¬ JOHN G WINN Cashier Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING a -101 103 THE KY 30000 w wAirm JSGOMPANY Notions and 103 W Fourth Street Capital J M 200000 Surplus G L BIGSTAFF President KIHKPATltlOK Vice President W W THOM80N Cashier o Wholesale Dry Goods spcctfully chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book nay your checks nnd loan you money when In need W W Thompson Cash South Side CINCINNATI O Mt Sterling National Bank John Manins baby is very sick Gen John B Castleman chairman of SUCKER July 20 Kzol Kvttlutlon the Democratic State Central committee big day nt Pine Grove near Todny says lam opposed to the new Consti this plnce is New Constitution Ikes third We were Maytown Missiles the card in truly glnd to seo tution and will vote against it simply party screamers and the Alliance generTiikUkuald announcing our friend Jonas because I prefer the old ally have centered their forces at the above F Vausant as a candidate for the oflice of named place and no doubt the two old par- Circuit Court Clerk your county If James Hall of Campton broke ground ties ami the old constitution will suffer ex- your people sneak in of high terms of his ns at this place Monday for a brick yard treme violence Perhaps there will be hun qualifications for that oflice ns n great ninny on which ho will burn a 100000 kiln for dreds of people there and a large number 1 hear speaking of him in Morgan he cerGeorge Rice who will use them in build of them in tuvor ot the new Constitution tainly will have nn easy walk over We sec Just how a Democrat or any one else es- almost crery day some of his strong friends ing flues for the dormitory c pecially those ot the Alliance will let de from Wolfe Congressman elect Kendall took din- signing men cram the stuff of this new Taylor Hursl Republican candidate for thing them is a ner at the Day Houso Tuesday lie was Constitution down denr peoplestrange know State Senator spoke in town Saturday lust you me Now my en route to his homo at West Lilierty to it tnkes money to pay taxes You ulso to n very good nud attentive audience and that having been in attendance at Circuit know how hard it is to get money to pay made some very good impressions on our people He seems to be couduo lug his Court at Campton for a week past our taxes under the old Constitution but canvass in a very gentlemanly manner and under the new Constitution you pay tuxes hus very little Elder D G Combs preached at tho on everything you have over 2o0 worth Constitution to say in regard to the new Christian church in this place Sunday Farmers how can you do any good nt far sold Saturday his fine R and Sunday night and we heard a lady ming without two horses and if they nre horse A Chllders blue ribbon at the Hazel that took the any good they are worth 200 Then remark that his sermon at night was ono to Green Fair last fall to Hon J M Pieratt wagon nud and of tho best she ever heard in this town plow or two crops a und do farm gearingwill ofEzel for 150 work haul in your And tho lady was not a member of his complete your list of exempt property It A Chllders and I W Rose of this church either Then all vour houshold goods cattle sheep town are in Mt Sterling with cuttle hogs poultry dogs of any age nlsonll your W1NUIK88 July 20 Again wo urge those of our friends grain bacon etc will be taxed Now this who wish to tako premiums at tho Hazel von know Is fact If you dont know It ClmtiKtM of CI I nut to Green Fair to write B J Treacy of Lex or dont believe it get a copy of the Con Kill more people than is generally known ington and see if they can not buy stitution and read Section 170 Then ask Particularly is this the case in instances question Why should we ho where the constitution is delegate and something that will fill the bill A few yourself the now than ever before If our taxed more hundred dollars invested in a Fayette Stato needed such an increased revenue it among our Immigrant population seeking portions of the Wilkes filly would enable the purchaser would he another thing hut you know it new homes in thoseand typhoid feversWest preand where malarial to take several premiums and thereafter dont need it Then why do it We as vail at certain seasons ot the year The y proper breeding she would bring him Democrats have always opposed high tariff best preparative for n change of climate or vMK a year It is to be hoped thatHimo high taxes etc above wliut Is needed to of diet und water which that change neces of our readers will act upon our sug economically carry on the government is Hostutters Stomach Bitters which believe sitates gestion and if they do their reward is State or Nation but if you want to country lint oulv fortifie the system against miliaria a lie and he damned and ruin vour a variable temperature damp and the deHiiro to follow in many respects go ahead ami vote for the bilitating effects of tropical heat but Is also anil if udopted my word the leading remedy for consumption dys new The attention of all persons interested for it Constitution you will regret it in days to come pepsia liyer complaint bodily troubles n education is directed to the advertise Â¬ I spent last week with the good people nt apt to attack emigrants und visitors to re ment of tho State College which will be Campion AImi enjoyed the company of gions near me equator manners ano iqiii found in our paper today This is one Uuli ffiimtvri dlielent candidate for Circuit ists Whether used us a safeguard by sen f the finest schools in tho State It ha Court Clerk Jonas F Vniisnnt Thepeo j voyagers travelers by land miners or of 2 professors and instructors embracing pie of Wolfe should lie promt iniu iney agriculturists In newlV populated districts ho has this fine specific has elicited the most favor homo of tho finest scholars in the State have such a man among them for every re mid tho young man or woman who ma- - not a superior in qualifications inhe aspires able testimony to which trillllntnu ill itl irlinnru nil spect for the position Kentucky We have in the mountains of BROWNS IR Off Bl ITERS Plication hccnre u diploma that will tried him in Morgan nud I know whoreol I Cure Indigestion Illlloiuuvss Dyspepsia Mala prove a diamond mine to them Tho speak rla NervouiiiPM auu uenwrui m iiuuy 1 j Genuine VHtem is thorough the cost nominal aufl Mrs IuiV Pieratt and others left n few cfans recommend It All dealers sell it wrapper linn trade mark and crowed red llmu on the facilities unsurpassed s ago for Old Point Comfort da Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ new rnlgy GROSSMAN MT STERLING KY SCHLEUTKER CO Capital 100000 Surplus 16550 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cashier Mountain business Is respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every Saddlery and Harness Nos 74 customer fairly nnd 70 Main Street CINCINNATI O JHSharp Drucs Trimble TGDenton BENTON KY SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING GUS MEYER WITH WMKEERG0 o JOimKitfl ino Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVKK CHILLKI PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTKIl STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAlOUATOllS CHAMPION KKAIEHSfc MOWKltS HTODDAHD ANJ ACME HAKHOWS DOOIW AND HASH A SPECIALTY 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JIr1 Oreii Ky when you need stationery CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Hurhn St CHICAGO ILL AlIRI8 and M- l-- Wc8t Main Street LOUISVILLE KY i i j STATIONERY rl a Hazel Green Herald SFENOBR COOPER PubtUaer HAZEL GREEN MY t t BACKYARD I left Off HChool ut ten year old Hut tmvo my nbaro of kaowlrdra Aul I mn cuueateder Tnan any chap from college ldcux havo bcon tanned Into me Jest bllort and ntcwed in hard JchI bakrd in by the sun thel nhlne In my backyard An I bollovo Itll Dlble truth It man wants to bo wise Hoa got to llvn out In tho air Hcneath tho open nkict The tulip in the sunlight breaks Tho earth skull old und hard An tho nun nprouts thought in my In my backyard Wo kept I dont care If we did thinkin and thinkin wed build orry year and it didnt seem worth while to do any paporln or flxin up but if you reckon Im goin to llvo the rest o my EY day In bare white walled rooms youro mistaken She Hpoko decisively for sho saw un- Â¬ usual depths of opposition In her hus- Â¬ bands large unbearded fnco with its square firm jaw and chin indicative of great firmness of purpose Her own face wore a resolute emphatic expres- Â¬ sion She was a plucky little woman Her husband had a secret prido in what he called her grit although he would have died before he would have con- Â¬ fessed I 1 bo of Hkull something like childish pcrvorsoness why on earth you object to a little wall paper Tared wall paper he said with dont sco it dtrit Tnlto your brain out In ths sunshine If you w nut your thought to Kjirout Btrani Blocked purple colored fnnclen Flowers cr faith not weed or doubt OKo yrr bare brain to tho sunlight Lot its luncct stab yo hard An yorll tin some thought worth thinking In my backyard That aint any reason Why Because I do I wouldnt blieve it if he did Everybody has wall paper nowadays Fiddle faddle Any doctor Ml tell ye so We Its unhealthy for one thing Theres thoughts thotn salted down In books Ltlio salt pork lu it hf mil M An boy in school will oat the stuff Ununified In by u fertile Hut how untainted ment or thought Thot dont digest so hard Im foun out In the open air I u my backyard i Thi powar thot makes the parsnip grow An sprouts tho early grain Will start tlu tondrlls or the soul An fertilize tho bruin H r wnsh In n Hun bath un I let horsouk In hard An strong red tlowrs cr thought arc grown In my backyard st thoughts ft follow thinks AreilKMc ho thinks hlmsrlf The v hint In any book thots foun1 Oa any libry shelf Nocollogo president could think J f h thought long un hard Thoughts like tho sun soaks Into mo In my backward -- S W Foss lu Yankee HUdo of life Were goin to have Were not Mrs Drcwe sat back stifily in her chair resolute and defiant Her black eyes shone as she said Theres no sense in your actin so Fared Sparks hi goin to have that parlor papered You do and Ill never sot foot on it as long as I live and breathe tho breath havent Ti HrtTit At 31 K8 DHIOWKS PARLOR - How- tiho Wull Pnpor Affootod tho Domostio Happiness I pretty little farmhouse painted a snowy white with blinds of vivid giun stood just outside tho small New England village of Watorford Tlio house was qui to now The Mi ingles on it roof wore still yellow and resinous It had a trim smart look pleasing to the eye A small old house painted u dark brown stood back u few yards S from the pretty white house jj Jlr and Mrs lured Drowe hud moved from tho old house into the new one They lud begun housekeeping as a ful young- married couple in the old house I You and they had lived In it twenty live Drewe remember what said Marthy years Tho now house was tho culmin- Â¬ Well ation of the hopeb unci plans of many Im goin to stick to it years True Drewe had never liked Now lured I A - Fiddlesticks I never will Marthv What nonsense I new will He rose from the table as he spolce took his hat from a nail in tho small entry near tho kitchen door and went out to tho barn his every movement seeming to accentuate- his resolve Mrs Drowe did not refer to the mat- Â¬ ter again but a week from that day when Mr Drewe returned home after a day spent in the oitj live miles dis tant he mot John Hays the village coming from the house with an empty paste bucket and a roll or two of paper under his arm Stepping into tho little front entry he glanced toward tho parlor at the right The door Was open and he saw his wife Maudhig in the center of the fooui looking with pleased eyes at th c four walls around her covered with gor Â¬ geous gilt paper of the most pronounced pattern She assumed an air of ignorance of any previous discussion of the subject and asked cheerily Well hired how do you like it think its just beauti- Â¬ Isnt it lovely Â¬ paper-hanger kitchen myself replied his wife but I dont want all my compny to have to set there sposhly the minister and his wife Jtfi felt the need of a parlor a many a time if you aint Well youvo got one now Yes when I git it furnished Oh T reckon youll want to HU it full of all sorts of flub dubbcry conven Â¬ Ill neverset foot in that u well room long as I live and breathe right in tho Uitchon a big pantry and keep 1113 senses Never plenty of closets and a parlor The old He pronounced each word slowiv and house hud had none of thcbc things with marked emphasis Then he turned I begin to feel us though I teat some Â¬ and wont out to the barn body Mrs Drewe said ut the brcak HoUgetover St Mrs Drowe said fast table on tho morning of the fifth hopefully to herself but in her secret day after they had moved into tho now soul sho feared he would not house He made no reference to tho matter Do eh V replied Mr Ore we You at the supper table oven talked wimmen tiro groattfqr puttin on style I hfnU never foifno partlclarneodoHi cheerfully and pleasantly of the events A parlor common sottin room s of his visit to the city The Brussels carpet the plush sofa good enough for me or even tho the lade curtains and the marble top kitchen I dont mind scttm in a nice clean table of Maitha Drowos visions and Â¬ tJie old house iences1 The new house hnd It had no -- -- Im going to have things nice any-im-tLi- nl J What you call nice Well Im going to have a real Brussels earpot for one thing and a tnarble top tublo and a plush sofy and lace curtains mid nice chairs Mr Drewo saidt con Â¬ Shucks temptuously but he did not offer any objection to this- extravagant outlay of long und carefully hoarded funds He kndw moreover that most of this splendor would bo purchased out of his wifos own savings She was a wiso woman und had u purse of her own Ketch me having to run to dared or to any other man cvry time I want n little money she had said In the be ginning of their pilgrimage as man and No sir my waving shall be veife n n inv Adhering tenaciously to this resolve and ever keeping In mind a time to come when she should have a now house Mm Drcwo had money enough ffcvfitrnfih the house as she pleased Hut Ins wifes second proposition aroused a spirit of decided antagonism In 1a fed Die we I want to have tho parlor papered 4111m time next week Papered Â¬ Mr JDrowp looked up ciulokly surdepicted on every prise and opposition line of kls face Yes papered replied Mrs Drowe jHnr t Imvo bare You bpoe I when ovrybody else has ivhlte vulU their paparad wulU In the old Wed all - igMoroiVt knows Jvo waited long hf Â¬ dreams became splendid realities during the next week Sho called her hus Â¬ band to note the general effect when everything wits in place He came to the open doorarid looked In Come In an set down In this now patent rocker and cei Jiow easyit rooks she said No thank ye ho said curtly I never expect to set in It Sho tried to laugh lightly as she said Pshaw dared Dont bo so silly Ho turned and walked away In silence Tho minister and his wife camo out from tho village to call tho next day Mrs Drowe ushered them Into the gor Â¬ geous parlor her heart swelling with pride Fared came to tho door with an old wooden chair from the kitchen plumped it down flat and hurd on the oil cloth of tho entry floor and sat there during the entire call Yon never even come In to shake hands with cm Martha said after ward I know it What do you spose theyll think Dunno what tho way youre goin to If f7iu act evry time anybody calls here Id thank you to keap out o sight al Â¬ Â¬ koUMs - br I reckon want to see folks as much yon do as Ive a notion to go and havo evry room in tho house papered sho said hotly Then Ill take up my abode in tho tavern ho replied calmly Tho Drewes always was a stubborn set but I vum I didnt spose Tared could she sud whon he bo so pig headed had loft the room She had many callers during the next few weeks Tho fame of her gorgeous parlor brought all her frlewls and acquaintances to behold its splen- Â¬ dors Jared sat at the door on tho old wooden chair during nearly all of these alls He was careful not to let even 1 together PITH AND POINT Martha Martha he cried but he stopped short with his toes on the par Spatts Let mo tell you what I lor threshold his stubborn inflexible Go ahead It wont Hunker know will loth to bend or break even to give take so long as to tell what you dont aid to tho wife he truly loved West Shore Marthy 0 Marthy he called know What a wheelman most dreads is stretching his arms far into the room Lordy Marthy come rising ground especially the kind that toward her here and Ill do everything I kin for rises up and strikes him on the top of you Boll over if you cant walk the head Detroit Free Press And His Friends Pretend to Believe Marthy Phil Is only a pretender He dropped to his knees bent his It Tom great body forward and tried to reach Jack What arc his pretensions her but failed by several feet There Tom He pretends ho is a man was a ludicrous side to It all Why did you bite that dol- Â¬ Ward Marthy he fairly shrieked lar you loaued me to see If it was She neither moved nor spoke but good I wasnt biting it Randall suddenly she gave a pitiful groan Harpers I was kissing it good by Jood Lord What an old fool I be room Baiar cried Jared suddenly leaning back and Who says so He went to Where is Bllvius Oh its common talk Ive been striking his breast with his clenched Europe and I hear took Paris green A fool an a beast to let tho fists asked about it moren once No Committed suicide What Â¬ best wife any man ever had suffer a He toolc Paris as green us any American Mrs Drew went homo greatly dis Light tressed and humiliated She was a second when I might help her The could take it Lord forgive me sensitive little woman notwithstand Wife to her husband who is writ- Â¬ He bounded to her side as he ing a note of invitation to a dinner ing her grit and she could not endure the thought of having her domestic af- spoke and took her limp and uncon Â¬ Now Karl dont forget to invite Prof fairs made a subject of common gossip scious form up in his arms saying as ho Warig He is so very ugly that the She was rigidly truthful too and was did so will spoil the appe- Â¬ sight Itll be a judgment on me if sho very of all of him forced to admit to her sister that she Schlei tite the other guests and her husband had had a disagree dies Tho best wife in tho world sische Zeitung Marthy dear What ails ment Sho felt hotly rebellious toward Marthv Enough to Cry For Sprigson who Tared as she entered the pretty little ye has a poultry keeping neighbor says if He did He seldom called her dear now house in which she had expected so now with great tenderness and gen- the latter s looster is a descendant of to be so happy Jared was lying on tho one that made Peter weep when he the lounge In his shirt sleeves and tleness crowed he doesnt wonder that poor Marthy cant ye open your eyes stockinged foot reading the weekly See dear Im in the parlor Ill come Peter wept bitterly when he heard him paper Yankee Blade The paperin Well said Martha while untying in it right along now I feel like a wood pile after n hurd reely sets it off Ive thought so from her bonnet strings its got out winter your honor he murmured as I was too cussed stubborn the fust but Whats got out faced his Bout jou sayin youd never set to say so Oh Marthy What in the he rose from the bench and Hows that kindly inquired For she did not even open accusers matter foot in the parlor All used up your honor the judge I cant help it if it has he said im her eyes Sixty davs to recuperate smiled tho pcrturbably It was seven weeks before she left court and came to pass Cant help it she cried hotly the bedroom I was to which he carried her eased to call that cuke of you ci help it any minnit Fared He had been one of the tenderest and yours a perfect symphony as you may Drewe most patient of nurses but tho word remember said young Mr Fitts about How parlor had never passed either his two hours after dinner Well dear Why by simply giving upjour mul I feel I want to revise the expression lips or hers during all that time ishness and coming into the parlor She had thought much about it how Â¬ now as though had swallowed a whole the next time we have company Wagnerian opera Indianapolis JourHumph said Fared and resumed ever but not with pride or pleasure the reading of his paper Martha raged because sho had no hope that Jared nal would ever enter it now and the wall Dashaway have an old coat I inwardly paper could not be removed think you might wear Fucle Jasper So many of her plaus were thwarted He carried her out tenderly and gently Inele Jasper Ise obliged sub Is by Fareds mulishness dat coat a hack aint got much use Sho had the deserved reputation of the first time she left her room Want me to carry ye into the par- for a tail coat sail Dashaway Why being a viry sociable woman and he asked after he hud whats the matter with a tail coat she had planned to havo a sight of lor Mar thy Tncle Jasper compny in the new house She had ner 111 ms arms Its sunny and bright uncle Im Mighty often pictured to herself the tea parties in there Ive got a good fire in the unhandy sah getting over fences and dinner parties she should give stove and the the wall paper shines Clothier and Furnisher The Iiffel hut for Vmiiui weir She had oven planned a grand house beautifully Tin until u ho lnnii the core She looked up with shining eyes and warming with a supper that should surpass anything of tho kind ever given the first flush there had been in her Tho nervous chump w ho kickiyour chair But the most annoying altitudinous in that neighborhood It was hard to cheeks for many weeks and colossal nuisance is the chattel iug have all these fair dreams coming to If you irould carry me in and laj mo idiot male or female who keeps up a naught on the sofy awhile Jared chatter of rapid conversation right Tor I cant invite oompnj with I Oh Jared Why What does through the three acts and who is Tared actin so Hed have to be in tho it mean I tnought you Oh Tared parlor some she said to herself often for as he carried her out into the dining without doubt Tin most tininltiKiitcil bore with hot tears in her eyes room and through the sitting room to Washington Post The summer days waned into those the hall she saw that all the once bare of autumn and tho autumn days gave and cold and staring white walls were SHE WANTED A LETTER place to the winds and snows of late covered w ith more expensive and beau November and still the feet of Tared tiful paper than sho herself would have An Old IimIjh Ourcr lliiliil of Culling at Drewe had never crossed the threshold bought the Iosl outre of his own parlor and Martha had sufÂ¬ There was a warm red and black There is a little old said fered untold mortification on this ac Â¬ carpet on the hall lloor a new carpet the man at the general woman windelivery count for the sitting room new and pretty dow of tho nost office who comes They were sitting alone in rather chairs and tables here and there and a day to ask if there is a letter forevery her gloomy silence at the close of a dark mirror in a gilt frame between the two She never gets one Sho comes up and and stormy day in late November front parlor windows that reached looks through the window in a fright- Â¬ Martha had not been well or several nearly from the tloor to the coiling ened way Then she asks nervously days She had never been confined to When she caught a relleetion of their Is there a letter for me her bed a day in her life and a slight faces in the shining glass she saw in I know her name you know from indisposition usually inudc her irrit- Â¬ both a kinder gentler tenderer look hearing her pronounce it so often able She felt that it would be in some than either had worn for yours L Nothing to day I answer kindly to be ill It Harbour in N Y Ledger degree a disgrace for her for I feel sorry for her She walks off was with as much prido as gratitude and stands in a meditative way Com Â¬ that sho remembered that neither sho A WONDERFUL LENS ing back she says nor Fared had over needed tho services Von are quite sure there is noth- Â¬ of a physician Ono That Would Magnify Seven Tlioiisnuil ing tlvc Hundred Times But she looked ill enough to need Quite sure R B Tolles of Boston Mass was one now There were great black holIts Browne you know with an e the greatest maker of microscope lows under her dull eyes her cheeks lenses the world has ever produced Ho were Hushed her lips dry and sho Yes I know once made an object glass that magcrept about slowly and languidly And Mary Stevens Browne with Better lot me go for tho doctor nified seven thousand five hundred an e Marthy Fared had said several times times It was tho first and only one Yes I blieve youro sicker n you reckon ever constructed and was made as the I thought you might havo forgot- Â¬ result of a long controversy with other you air ten it mleroscopists in Ive an idee Ill be better In the ty of resolving regard to the possibili- Â¬ No no 1 remember your name what was known as morning Im goin to take a dose of Noberts nineteenth band Nobert was very well them bitters that helped mo so when I a Well if you are sure there is noth- Â¬ Frenchman who by mechanical apwas kind o run down in the summer pliances ing I guess I will go Good day ruled on glass parallel lines Wish youd get em for me at tho rate of about one hundred thou The day I asked her where the ex- Â¬ Whore are they he asked rising sand to tho Inch No microscopic lens pected letter was coming from sho from his chair the paper ho had boon then mndo was sufficiently powerful to looked at me with startled eyes reading still in his hand count these lines Mr Tolles as a reI dont know she said simply Im Oh theyre in the the Set sult of statements mado during the con- sure 1 dont know but you see if a lot down Jared Ill get up and got em troversy started to make an objective ter should come forme from inysolf nun woum magnify seven thousand I should want to got it right anywhereI away Sho was lying on tho lounge at the tlvo hundred times This he aecom- - wouldnt like to find that thero bad time and she sat up painfully and pllshed about 1874 been a letter here for me and that I slowly while ho hastened to say Tho objective Is one seventy fifth of did not receive it NO no Marthy lay still Ill get an Inch In diameter anil Is about as Then you arent really expecting em Where are they largo as tno holo mado in a sheet of a letter Theyre in that Utile corner elosot paper by the point of a Oh yes I am Thats what the verv fine In the parlor Jared needle This lens was afterward sold post ortiee is for I dont know who He stared blankly at her for a mo for six hundred would write me a letter but I suppose dollars to ment his face crimsoning hu took a ward in the government Maj Wood I shall get ono some day step forward and then dropped back Washington but his bill employ at She keeps on coming Sometimes I heavily Into his chair and held the pa lowed by tho auditor and was not al Â¬ the lens was feel like writing her a letter to see if it per up before his face In silence taken off his hands by Dr Hurriman would ploaso her but I am afraid that His wife arose without a word and In turn he sold it to Dr Enhraim Mie might bo disappointed to find that feebly walked across the tloor breath tor of Broadway and Fifty fifth street it was only from the office N Y ing heavily and keeping herself from Now ork lu whoso possession it Tribune falling by leaning on the table and now is chairs Jared watched her furtively Tho Kyca Hute It Objectives that magnify five thousand while pretending to read There was Is Do Mascus shy lumrv aim tt is a powerful a visible twitching of tho corners of his microscope Well J toll you I dont believe ho that magnifies even two mouth once and Ids teeth set close to- thousand five hundred would kiss a girl if there was a potato times These gether showed between his parted aro necessary in bacteriological re field within half a mile lips The hand that held the paper search and in testing Why not blood trembled but ho sat still to determine for Instance corpuscles Because the potatoes havo eyes whether His wife slowly groped her way they are human or not A newspaper Light across tho hall Ho heard tho parlor recently contained a statement that a door open Ho heard the door of the Boston physician examined The llullnr Pulsion little elosot swing back creaking bacillus with a powerful the tubercle Miss Loverlng But if you did not slightly on Its hinges Then he heard magnified nine hundred glass that loro him why oh times why did you marry One Martha fall cannot see tho consumption bacillus He ran to tho open door of tho parlor with an objective that Lady Bankrupt Well my dear he She was lying at full length face dowu than one thousand two tnagnlfies was going at such a bargain I coulaat hundred limes ward on the door -J- ewelers Weekly the toe of his boot enter the despised room Tho sharp eyen of some of Mrs Drcwcs callers soon noticed Jnrcds pe- Â¬ culiar conduct their keen noses scented domestic discord Whats the matter of fared asked 8arac May Mrs Drews sister a few weeks after the papering and furnish Â¬ ing of tho parlor Nothing that I know of replied What makes you ask Martha Didnt he want you to buy your parlor things He didnt care Whatever put that idee into your head Sally They say he wont set in one of the parlor cheers nor even step into the Â¬ I v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ -- -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ri FARM AND GARDEN HOMEMADE TRELLISES gome Tlmt Aro KnjHTlnlly Atliiptvil for Anmiui llinlicrn I would like to bo told koiiiu way of milking good prutty trollises for 1 iind wo need more of thorn There nrc so muny pretty new vinos offered onch year und if wo do not provide trel- Â¬ lises much of thoir beauty will be lost A trellis fastened to a stout stake nd a neat vino trained beautifully on It is quite an ornament to a yard or garden We eannot all ailord to buy the faney ones offered by dealers in such things and so would have to go with- Â¬ out unless we knew of something tasty that wo eould make at home will tell of a few good ones that nlmost any man or boy and perhaps 1 CARING FOR FRUIT Sonic of thn Arivntitngcft Incident to I ho Umo of nit ICviipnrHtor With all products it is an item not to allow any to go to waste So far as possible arrangements should be made so that when a crop is ready to harvest it can be saved in good season and with fruit this is fully as important as with any other product To do this to the best advantage It Is alwayB best to make necessary arrangements in ad vnnce as there is almost certain to be waste and whatever is wasted is that much taken from the possible profits Whenever there Is a full crop of fruit there is always more or less that ean Â¬ not be marketed to an advantage In nearly all cases what eannot be sold or used can be evnporatoit or dried and stored away for use later on and In this way be converted into a marketa ble product One advantage in using the evaporator is that the work can go on irrespective of the weather and there is much ca risk of loss than in drying while if the work is properly done the quality of the product is much better and will sell for better prices In showery weather it is no little Â¬ for au hour listening to tho messages pent and received over tho wires Thoy rend the ticker with tho same impcrson al interest that another man reads a newspaper Hhasbccomo second na- Â¬ ture to them More than half tho oper Â¬ ating ollicliils in the country and many ofllcers in other departments are expert tclegraphci p so that you can acarocly find n crowd of railroaders anywhere without a number who could pick mes Â¬ sages from a keyboard This Is perhaps tho reason that ciphers aro used so ex- Â¬ tensively by railroad peoplo for im Â¬ portant business They know that to send them over a wire that is at all public is like ciwing tho news aloud from the housetops Chicago Times Tunc Tho favorablo Impression produced oa pcncrul superintend nt the other day tho first appearance of tho agrecnblo liquid remody of Figs a fow how natural it is for sorao railroad fruitboon moreSyrup confirmed by years ago has than tho pleas men when they outer a hotel to sit ant experience of all who havo used It and down closo to the tolegraph operators tho success of tho proprietors and manu- Â¬ tabic They will remain seated there facturers tho California Fig Syrup Com- Â¬ pany -Â¬ lubllelty or tlo TolcRnqih Iluvo you ever nttlced remarked a Confirmed DLJ- 85 DelAT TWil Monkey ISS diiNs with your Blood baaanlaut iicM In Ucnca of tlio Illootl cor Â¬ ruption brcrdi corruption i nu4 wllil oaac If nrgloctod de vrlop into iitcurablo ekrealo UU orders aMrMpeeay nq urn cure for Mil UUUUIUl Tucna Is olways onowav for an ambl Uous actress to booomo a leading lady and that Is to buy a big dog SomcrvHl k dfttiffftroua Itiatipcclally u afck Wiu bo found an excellent romedv for sick headache Cartora Llttlo Liver Pills Thousands of Jotters from peoplo who have used them prove this fuot Try thorn I r honored publicum Durino hot duys nil draughts will bo duly at this ofUco Ulnghamton He- - ItnrccMATic Pains aro greatly relieved by Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills liulr aud Whisker Dye 50 couts It Is timo for tho cranberry crop to fall when tho peach crop fails to fall N O blood fuilantitnc fnliarlL ed Scrofula skla Eruption and dm cured ibotuad ot cmm of Cancer It U a powerful tonla for dell cat rtcnom yet In barnitoM and Incapable of Injuring the in ou cniUTo lyiteau A treatise on Wood and 8kl DIkimci moiled ran on appli- Â¬ cation SSSJ Druggists Sail It Plcayunu BWIFT SPECIFIC Drawer 3a lent fruit evaporated Cherries plums pears peaches apricots and apples can be evaporated to a good advantage and what is used in this way will help lessen the quantity that must be sold The second grade of fruit can bo used SOMN GOOD TIlKMltfKS IOll ANNUAL for this purpose insuring a better price CMMIlKItS for what is sold and at the same time lessening the waste Evaporated fruits even some girls young or old eould sell at a better price than the sun dried make and as less work is required can readiFirst get a stake the height you ly be made more profitable St Louis want Allow enough for driving into Republic the ground then bore holes at certain distances and put in pegs about six ROOTS FOR STOCK inches long on top and then gradually to Vevil ami When to Told In longer downwards Then take hoops How u Conclsn Way such as come from sugar barrels etc How to Fiiii For cattle the root and nail one around the bottom pegs should be cut to avoid choking Horses Â¬ and others in a spiral manner up towards the top as shown at the left of will cat them with safety without the illustration Paint any color and Sheep should have them cut line by a pulper and fed in troughs Cattle may it will look well Another trellis is made like this have them sliced or pulped and fed in Take a stake and fasten a square manger with or without mill feed on frame at top and a larger one at the them two or three times a day or ah bottom and drive nails close together some prefer to cut dry feed straw hay Have two bins pnt in all around the frame both at top and or corn fodder cut feed to the depth of eight or ten bottom Then take stout twine and run up and down all around and you inches sprinkle on water to dampen have a line trellis for cypress vine or and a sprinkle of salt then tramp down tight then put on a layer of pulped morning glories- - Popular Uardoner roots and layer of cut feed and roots as before and wj on as many as you like MUST GO TOGETHER until you have enough for one days To Ito Successful it Cronniiry 3lut Have feeding Let this stand until the next Intelligent 1utroiiK day wlien it will be quite warm for We often hear sharp criticism in feeding that day and as you take it out dulged in by creamery men against it mixes together If you want to feed their patrons and by patrons against meal or bran throw it on top of it in creamery men It has been our ob tho manger then lill the other bin for servation quite often that the criticism next day as before eacli bin standing was well deserved both ways Jut wo overnight to ferment which is relished wish to assert a bedrock principle that greatly by cattle knows no exception It is impossible Viu to Fmi When your stable to run a poor creamery when the is warm so that manure willnot freeze patrons are well posted in dairying or the weather is warm as cattle are They simply wont have it The poor not benefited by roots if they stand in creameries and cheese factories can the cold after eating them Neither da continue to exist only when the patrons they require much water if they havo do not know what is due thorn The three pecks or one bushel a head per other day we read the report of a day in cold weather if turned out oi creamery at Geneva 111 and it did us stable one hour in the middle of the good to note what a splendid combina day for drink and exercise it is suf- tion in society a lot of intelligent fieient Cows milking should bo milked patrons and a good creamery can inula before feeding turnips as milking after There are sixty patrons and they de- Â¬ tends to give the butter a taste of the livered last year rt7ni pounds of turnip with some cows If it docs milk which produced ii 10707 pounds of drop a pinch of saltpeter in the bottom butter an average of 4ii or a trifle of the pan and strain the milk on it over 4 pounds of butter to TOO pounds which destroys all turnip flavor and of milk Tho amount received for the is perfectly healthful Some put a butter was r0iQ2 littlo in the churn before churning in One of tho best proofs of the intellig- stead H Williams in Ohio Fanner ence- of tho patrons is found in the ex cellent quality of their milk That is WAGON TIRE DRAG nti old dairy section around Geneva Unoful in and the dairymen there havo learned An Implement Espeulitlly Smoothing Down Corn ltldga that it dont pay to have n poor cow or to keep a good ono poorly Evidently A very cheap and serviceable drag they have long since discarded the idea can bo made by wiring firmly together that lots of milk without reference to three wugon tires as shown In the en its quality was tho thing in a creamery graving It is best to have tho tires of or cheeso factory So many farmers one size though the hind one can bo have that important lesson yet to learn V It must bo u pleasant task to run a creamery with suoli a lot of well posted dairy farmers for patrons Hoards Â¬ sun but with an evaporator the work can go right along and as the majority of early fruit is perishable it is best to manage as far as possible to take care of it as fast as it ripens Nearly all varieties of small as well as tree raits can be evaporated and used in the family during the winter or marketed to a good advantage Raspberries and blackberries especially make an excel Â¬ work to get fruit properly dried in the Tho most elmnning Summer Resorts of wnich thero aro over tlireo hundred choico locations aro to bo found in Wisconsin Iown Minnesota South Dakota and tho Peninsula omiuhiiin along tliolinos of tho Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Ky N arly til nro located near hikea which havo not Docn lisncu out Tlicso resorts ara easily reached by rail Â¬ way and rano in variety from tho full oress for dinner to tho flannel shirt cos tumo for every meal Siuthmiikh and Ck ToiinH Tlio finest nhootlng grounds in tho Northwest aro on aud tributary to the lines of tho Chicago Mihvmikoo St Paul Ky Tho crop of PruJrio Chickens will bo excoptlorably noJ this year also Ducks and Geese lu Northern Wisconsin aud the Peninsula- ot Michigan splendid Deer shooting is to bo - July nml Aucnat A CinrniAxn boy whose best girl ha iwo or thrco other om nitlnniil lwmiT nlia her his Mary go round1 Columbus Post CO Atlaata Gtu DONALD KENNEDY Of Boxbuiy 5L Mass says Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Seated Ulcers of years standing Inward Tumors and every disease of the skin ex- Â¬ 40 Ful information furnished frcO Address Geo n IiKArroiin Gen Pass Agt Chica- - bad ecm Txb original whale was quito a ninlo currier but Jonah probably first Impressed upon him tho need of u free delivery sys tem Boston Courier Those who wish to practice ecoprci buy Carters Llttlo Jsva Pills Forty pills in a vial onb Cm pill n deso phould cept Thunder Humor and SIB Cancer that has taken root Price 150 Sold by every 0i the vwe in the U S and Liver Stomach and Bowels Druggist after Dr Pierces Pleasant Canada GOLD MEDAL PARIS 107a Pellets have done their work Fl Fin st peoplo in tho ship Steerage pas-scngers Bulletin Tun man who avoids mistakes by novor trying to do anything makes a big mis take Puck A sisouiau failuro Winking nt jour girl in tho dark N Y Herald A Giovn fight Tryinc to put a a 7X baud Commercial Bulletin G a healthy movement too a natural one The organs XCKCHXicn Its the hardost hind of worlt tho strupning big wji to work Pittsburgh follow to buokto are not forced into activity brfaa Post one day to sink back into a Barr uvocst to us anil cheapest Pisos worse state the next Theyre tUuuy for Catarrh By druggists iSc cleansed and regulated mildGood all round fruit Orangoa ly and quietly without wrenchOne tiny Alwats sing song A batlad ing or griping sugar coated Pellet is all thats A pcuikct brute Tho throughbrod horso needed as a gentle laxative overdrawn account Tho sensational three to four act as a cathar-Â¬ An reporters tale Puck tic Theyre the smallest Am satiRllcd with only ono leg to stand cheapest the easiest to take on Birds asleep Sick Headache Bilious HeadTin creeping baby is tho fore runner of ache Constipation Indigestion man Buffalo Times Bilious Attacks and all deÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Its W BAKER C0S Breakfast Cocoa from which tho excess of oil bus been removed Im abtolutely pure and JSTo Btnrch Arrowroot or Sugar and I therefore far mora ceo nomlcal costing leu than ont ctntacuj ItUdellclom nour Uhliif ftretiKtlienlntr basilt digested und admirably ndnptcd for Invalid aa well ai for porsona In hoallh Bold by Grorcra ererynbere W B AKEE CO Dorchester Mass En ill in aroused In lu preparation II Iim tnort than thru tlmn th ttrtngth of Cocoa mlxod with Cliemicals it it soluble Swoiin off Tho tight boot Commercial promptly relieved and cured vestment Coimtlpittlott nml 1llc I luiv trlctl all tlm inuillclm a I coulil iret hold of tint nil In vain lveu my iihynlcluiic cniilil nut rullcvn my cotlviirii In tho mean Â¬ time Miiiuirlcil utHltrcrcnt jtaln rlfe ivai ii liuiilcii Two hitUk neu I mw lliu Clilcaun Ilinca mutiny yofcll on an uilvpitUn mentor Im tn Illln I declileil to try llicm Vlicylmvc wurlcnil wonderfully They keup mo rrcriilni- - dutit maUo ma oleic bIvo ma nn appetite mill arc curlnir my plica I am tronir and can walk any ilUtancr hud had tluao pill II vn year Ago they would have unveil mi tilOOOO liutthuy hnvoanved Dice ntlnii B rangements of the Liver If so Stomach and Bowels are can tell you aro ono from choico and whether farming as an in Â¬ ARE YOU A FARMER Â¬ Â¬ READ I THIS LETTER Foryeurn liuvt- been uflllctcil wltli lia1 - pay Â¬ on You say yes but you aro wrong if you have no scales You should havo one and by send Â¬ ing a postal card you can got full information from Do you make it pays first chas tools lix Have you turoHotc Or Interest to Cyclers Tho coast in tho east tho Atlantic of it longest JONES OF BINGHAMTON BIHGHAMTON H A rnoToniitru would seem to bo self ovitlont yet wo always want to seo a proof in Y It Is not hard for a man worth a million dollars to bo a philosopher It Is not neces sary either 2 Y Recorder Â¬ To iir locked in a cedar chest Is not what tho moth camphor N O Picayune Madge A Khmno Costume a gown of shot silk Harry words sho was dressed to kill Sho woro In othor Brooklyn Tutts Liver Pills ASSIUllATi TIIIC FOOD lfl their value which I beyond cxprcialan TIIEICAIlt J UNI NprlngneldO my llle the allllcled everywhere know Patents Pensions 8endrorlluetof IKNnION unit UOl NTV IUVM PATRICK OFARRELL - WASHINGTON D 0 KC 1AMC THIS VAIiat tlm jworitt Sunil forlnvfitituriiUiildiMir Hbiir toobtivinalrifiiit IEWIS98 D BB POWDERED AND PERFUMED IATENTKD VIUU HUT fllM ventorn iinul oii tl tm -i nutv mdoorcr6iOuTTit lcr LYE1 Hi onportonltlesln thtieomiiiriiiPttiiolU Kxniiilnmion ftll Hatlwi tloeIivrS JPfUUKTHIi Eagle Â¬ A vinsiriiu may moke pootlo license cover spelling and pronunciation but only tho fras man can fcoJ with tho motor Washington Post ivltlitiut Iml In 1 Tho stronorKt nml purest Lye miido Will ninko tho 1mI per fumed Hani Soup in Ominutcs ahTr PArRrtla 16-11-- 18 LT Korlnroriimtlimiiiiil mijii M mtilicsa W MASON Norfolk Va rra tlU Â¬ August Flower What la It For Infecting hiiikh elosotH wish ing hottleti paints trees etc PENNA SALT MFG 00 Gen Affts Pliiliv Pa for It In tho bent linE alemiHing wiutto pipes ills Â¬ HAV CPVCR AQTUP1A RQ S olflrflW Tlllt I All Ai K cunE0 Wc want the name and ad drciiof every suflcrer In the t S and Canada Addrw to stay cured BbCiIUST r Harold HjiMD DO YOU IT 1 WANT TO MAKE MONEY Kiiliin Mt lli A ereot opportunity tti luuko HILVKIl Write to Hunt AM K 1A i mmt fttli Ave tOI I A V Ita 99 vhitio to aivjutihiijs In lta UOINHUOltM I011l wnuf roinfortnble homn wurN tbal jou aaw th AdvaHliamaat iirvK ttalo i of IliU imiirr AilUrPM N It It lITUIftUW ITU FllilNI paper CINCINNATI 0 tiTiirnl ISefer In thf liuilluli WANTFmA GOOD GIRL ANK B 1S49 Dairyman Rummer THE POULTRY Fowih need u good shade during the of green AMONG V food If they thrive woll OuiXKvs like stale bread KIHK Poultiiv must have plenty WAOON TIIIK s - ZJJHItgisl 332 ASP D1IAO r- - with sweet skim milk and curd moistened should be picked regularly inreo or four times during tho summer Dont get the hens too fat and on the other hand do not starve them in summer Ducks aro enormous eaters Thoy not only cat all day but often feed by moonlight SuMhuk In the food is a good remedy for lico because it tends to make tins skin moist and oily Iumkts that are hutched in May and June if well feed and sheltered will ay during tho winter Evkv young poultry should have nil tho fattening food thoy will cat for several days before marketiug smaller if you cannot get them alike The larger they are the moro ground they will cover of course and tires from hind wheels aro to be preferred to fore wheel tires Additional weight can be supplied by laying green poles across the tires and tying them firmly with wire This drag Is especially use- Â¬ ful in smoothing down cotton and corn ridges and is easily made Dick Nay lor In Farm and Fireside omovnc of vitality will usuolly mark the offspring and If a mibtako is made ho effect will show for some timo after The animal possessing tho largest eggs are set under common they should bo turned every day hens and be sprinkled with water twice it wecw--- St Louis Kepublic f goose til And he is liKfc big- Â¬ no worse than the balder-heade- d ger older boys Life is an interrogation rm ihmmMinrir point What is it for we con- Â¬ tinually cry from the cradle to the aon grave So with this little introductory sermon we turn and ask What is August Flowkr for As easily answered as asked It is for DysTry nexh cleaning behetppy pepsia It is a special remedy for the Stomach and Liver Nothing more than this but this brimful We believe August Flower cures Can he secured by the small investment in one calce of Dyspepsia We know it will We SAPOLIO when you have Ivouse or kitchen to clean have reasons for knowing it Twenty From the paint to the pots and pans and including the years ago it started in a small country ivindows and floors it is the very best labor saving soap town lo aay 11 nas an nonorea place in every city and country store for scouring and cleaning All Grocers sell possesses one of the largest manu- Â¬ facturing plants in the country and sells everywhere Why is this The reason is as simple as a childs thought It is honest does one My wife and child having a severe attack of Whooping Cough we thought that we would try PUoa Oure tor Con thing and does it right along it sumption and found It a perfect success The Mrt bottle cures Dyspepsia broke up the Couch and four bottles completejy eured G G GREEN Sole MaafrjWwdburvNJ Uwa li irraixoKH 1H7 gttpertor St Chlcaeo illiuoJs This is the query per petually on your little Thrift is b jjBBr0 -- good revenud im boys lips aai it imMiM mttm iBfjttrimimi zautiirniJJiwitMiLrw tmiui--m- j manr ukTmL- iin w jml mr WitiLtoJtA lW mliaK Li Jit1 i e A 4Mmm V mBtt Â¬ resus fro cleanliness Â¬ iHssolidcke Swsc ihinyour house a SAPOU0 and soari CHEAP COMFdRT J2agga it - m4 s-- J JV i i WEST I F L u DGPARcmenc Pongrossional Distriot Oflioial Orgap of tho Tenth vKy - - Editor can control that is possess votes enough B F DAVIS of Ezol why should they control both tirTo whom ftll communications Intended to to autgonizopartiesfollowers of both the fear for thin department should l0 addressed Should all tho farmers tho old parties new party how much of a fol- Â¬ join tho STATE OFFICE US T T Gahdkkii President Unrdwoll lowing woul tho old parties have holding Why are these two old parties H F Davih Secretary Ezel tho same principles and adopting similar Sin Charlie Pack Treasurer Is it not idatforms kent in existence W M Uailky Lecturer Gold City the object of tho money power to keep KXKCUTIVIJ COMMITTTH the producers divided so thoy the W 11 1rowiir 01 instead money power may reap all tho benefits II O Bhowx Clinton What matters it to a rich railroad corpoT J Doolin Flnchvillo ration for example whether tho Repub DISTRICT OFFICERS lican or Democratic party is successful A J Hikuo PreHjdent Kothwcll In either event is not tho corporation Treaa Omer S L KABir Sec suro to obtain favorable legislation NATIONAL OFFICERS No a thousand times no I Farmers C President LL Polk Washington and tho producing classes will not accom Â¬ Hecy J II TmiNKit plish more by dividing their forces in the vain and foolish endeavor of controlllnn Grovo Union ling these old boss ridden ring controlled Whereas tho funds of thin county corrupt parties parties that for tho past known as tta road and bridge fund has thirty years havo been controlled by the been appropriated for other uses and no plutocrats Heretofore they havo ig Â¬ improvement inado on our roadways and nored every just demand of tho farmer bridges therefore bo it patted him on the back just beforo tho Resolved That wo Pine Orovo Union election laughed at him just after elec- Â¬ No 105 of Morgan county Kentucky tion called nis petitions for relief from ask the Court of Claitna to use the road class legislation wild visionary and im- Â¬ and bridgo fund in building a bridge practicable across Licking river at the county Hite When parties cease to listen to tho lleaolvcd That these resolutions be cry of a distressed people when they submitted to the County Union to be fail to grapple new issues when thoy acted upon and thcnamo be Hubmittcd continually dwell upon their deeds of to tho proper county authorities tho past when they insert in their plat- Â¬ And whoreaw wo view with regret tho forms whatever will catch votes and action of tho old political parties in re- keep out whatever may lose them votes fusing to recognize tho demands of the in short when parties become thoroughAlliance and treating with contempt tho ly corrupt thoy are dead in all but name request of tho great plain people and and the sooner buried the better for a recognizing tho fact that tho Peoples countrys welfare party in convention assembled at Cov Â¬ When the old parties refuse to listen ington Ky May 20 1891 took as their to tho masses then lot em bo wiped out platform tho St Louis and Ocala de Then out witli them for they havo re Â¬ mands of tho Alliance therefore be it fused to listen to a long continued wail Resolved that wo tender said party of distress that has been going up from our sincere thanks and render them all millions of toilers all over our broad assistants in our power believing that hind In union there is strength Uniin doing so wo aro only exercising the ted we staud divided wo fall Let privilego of freo American citizens and tho friends of equal rights throughout attempting to carry out and put into ef- this whole country arise in their might fect tho demands of our organization wisely concentrate their strength and And whereas tho new Constitution of press right on earnestly and consistently Kentucky submitted to tho people and and our beloved country will be deliverto be voted upon the first Monday in ed from oppression and its liberties be August is assailed by tho money powers perpetuated to the end of time Yes and their subsidized press with evident let us cease to bo divided lot us unite purpose of defeating it before the peo let us co operate in our every undertak peoplo simply because it would put an itiir both in business and in politics let end to unjust power and insulting arro us pull together and victory is ours ganco of corporations therefore be it N W Lermond victory even in 1892 Resolved that Pino Grove Union No Knox county Mo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tauce has arixon a now party had to Was it not in order to decide it in black slavery days and will it not so bo so now in white slavery dayH If as you seem to intimate farmers nrio 1891 Ashland Park Stallions forCLOUD BERMUDA third heat four-year-ol- YcnrliiiK exhibition 239record U29 tf d 5874 two-year-o- FAYETTE WILKES 203 Trial Oct S 5105 Out of the dam or Black Cloud 21 i sire out of the dam of Wilson 21K Hay horse Ills trial 217 220j record 222 fourth heat lyA five-yenr-o- ld 18S0 223 Rluck horse 1G hands 1 inches high foal- Hay horse 15 hnnds ed June 15 1883 Hreil nt Ashland Park 3 inches high foal Sired by BANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 The Own brother to Lysauder sire of Lysander handsomest son of Rov220tf Watt 22 W William Kearney his great sire and HMO 250K Lysander Chief grandma the handsomest of First dam Pattie Patehcn trial by Mambrino of Chestnut Wilkes 221 any trotting bred Futchuii sire of the dams of Guy Wilkes horse in the United 215K Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes218Vf Kl States Hour 217 and vira 2185 Clenru 218 2 others in the 2i0 list Sired by George Wilkes Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Mood Hawk sire of dam ofAlmont 22M and Alcy Wilkes 22SK Sire of Harry Wilkes 2135 Guy Wilkes Third dam Pattiu by Downing Vermont 215K Mike Wilkes paver 216K Wilsire of the dam of Enigma 22J Mambrino son 21K So So 217M Wilcox pacer Hell llrueo 2 IOMHlrHf Kit Uurry 2I8K 210K Kosu Wilkes 2185 Wlltmi 2llK Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Hon Joe Hunker 2105 Flora Wilkes pacer dams of Abel nor Hoy 221 and sire of the 2 WA Tom Rogers 220 etc 224K Col Dradshaw 220K Nelly L 223K Gamliutta 220 The King 22iK Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson He is a beautiful black with right hind sire of Loretta F 218K A V Pantlind ankle white stands 15 hands high and is 220K Truro pacer 222tf Lady M 223 over having both bone i perfect horse all Leontine 223K Hrookside Flora 229 and and substance combined with the form and the dams of Thornlcss 218K Cyclone finish characteristic of the cross hu so well 223M Orunhy 225 Graceful 225 Ki and represents viz Hamblotouiansireand MamHumletta22lK brino Patched dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22GK Cap tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of Mardemonstrated its value Of Its many repre lowe pitcer 215 by Canada Chief sire not one is the superior of Hermit sentatives of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hookda for not one has demonstrated the same er sire of Maud Maeey 217i etc ability to train on from year to year begin ning in the yearling form none ure butter Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced bred or bettor looking Blanche 22K by imp Yorkshiir sire sire ho is of course untried his first Asa of dam of Ashland Chief hire of Black foaled in 1880 now yeurlings rolts being Cloud 217K Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed Fourth dam bv Woodpecker thoroughbred unprecedented He will stand for mures sire of Prince 227 ten miles in 2808 season of 1801 at 200 TO INSURE the 100 ut the money to bo paid as follows The fee of Favette Wilkes is within the time of service and the other 100 when the reach of all anil lower than that of any mure proves in foal Heing limited to 30 out horse of equal merit in Kentucky side mures parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early SEASON SIOO Â¬ Â¬ dmk 222 foaled March 31 1884 Bred at W83 Ashland Park Sired by AIJDALLAII WEST Sire of Wilkin 227 28 First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 Ji by Pilot Walker paeer Second dam the Clukc pacing mare Â¬ Xotk Abilulliili West 2583 by Allie West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210K by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio and represented to be by Browns Belllbuu dcr Abdullah West died at six years old He was the most promising colt ever bred West Cloud Is u rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks lie is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most finished set of feet and legs Its possible to gel on a hotv e he gave of any breed As a evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little bundling he trotted a half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 2404 - At throe years old he was not trained owing to a very severe attack of He also done no work on the pink As a track as a he was jogged and trained lisjlitly more for the purpose of ascertaining if he was entire ly recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months he trotted a full mile in 238 and half in 115 This season ISnO he served a tew mares of my own and was not put to work until September nod He his improvement was most remarkable repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons training trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mares season of 1801 outside of ten of my own at 30 THE SEASON money due ut time of service or before removal of mare The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal two-year-o- two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ ee Â¬ Â¬ four-year-ol- d live-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I breed sound highly finished trotters and have Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land For For further information see n I TDCAPV AoMinr sale at prices based on actual individual merit I Vu 31 catalogues which can be hud on application Mares kept at regular rates Di Ji InLluIj ASnidllU Dr K LBAlllglOllj nnilnn ht Â¬ regular session July II 1891 individually and collectively recognize said Constitution as a splendid document of organic law for Kentucky or any other 100 in Â¬ Long Branch Morgan Co Ky Th Now Coimtltutlun Commonwealth tions for selfish ends uixes nu nitKc ricu ana poor according to each persons property much It wisoly protects tho common people in all their natural and inalienable rights It restricts the great power of corpora- It is just and impartial because Â¬ n Â¬ or little It protect tho voto or ballot It keeps out hired thugs and Pinker tons officers It puts down tho number of public local and special legislation and class laws in tho bud It refuses long legislative sessions pleasuro jaunts orfreo passes for legislator to tho detrlmont of tho majority of tho peoplo and beneficial only to a solect few and tho corporations and capitalists whom thoy serve It guarantees equal rights to all oud special privileges to none Resolved that Pine Grovo Union stands pledged to vote for tho new Con Â¬ stitution and to use all just and honor- able means to secure its adoption by tho peoplo Resolved further that the foreiroine resolutions bo presented to the Morgan County Union at its next session and same bo requested to endorse them Â¬ It nips It curtails public expenditures 13 O QuicicsAMi Cmn A C NicicniL Sr j tdptcdibyPino Grovo Union in reg Â¬ ular session July 11 1891 J E QuiGKSAMi Pres Davis See Why lie Wit lit u Thlt il lnrtr Tho question has been asked by sonic Will not tho farmers and producing classes accomplish more by organizing to control both tho existing parties and thus dictate their nominations and poli Â¬ cies than to strike out independently thereby antagonizing tho following of both the old parties and thereby sacri Â¬ ficing their mipport for tho precarious possibilities of a third party Yankee fashion let us begin by asking n few questions which to thq avoiajjo ml lid will suggest their own answers Why should those belonging to one or Â¬ der h6lding like principles and working for tho same objects be divided into two hostilo ranks If a crew starting out to win a race should half pull ono way and II F Davis Mr B F Davis Dear Sir I want to give a few reasons why the people should adopt tho new Constitution It prohibits capitalists from buying and holding all of our lands trom settlers This keeps us from being reduced to serfdom We givo reasons that wo gather from the Farmers Homo Journal and they aro strong It reduces the grand jury four mem- Â¬ bers and saves 17000 per annum It does away with 957 justices of the peace and saves 00000 per annum It abolishes the office of public print- Â¬ er and saves 10000 per annum It restricts tho legislature to sixty days saves 50000 per annum It taxes banks and other corporations for county and city purposes and in- Â¬ creases tho revenue lo0000 per annum It makes a batik stock worth 180 pay taxes on 180 not 100 It provides that thero shall bo no more Constitutional Conventions It is non partisan lIt abolishes vest pocket charter It provides for a uniform code of laws It provides for a secret ballot system of votes It makes all charters revocable Tt limits the amount of taxes tho counties and Critics shall nay It provides for a uniform system of Â¬ July 0 1891 and it seems to me that if they were likely to be convinced of their wrongs they would close their eyes and inarch straight to destruction Now I believe in voting for the best good of the people though our political record should be like Josephs coat of many colors We have seen both old parties in power either State or National and we think they have failed to do what they might have done Hoping the people win think for themselves I am respectÂ¬ y 7Tyrrr K WIIOLESALK AND KKTAII DKAIKRS IU W ICT AIT FAFER HANGINGSst AND fully J H McGuike Public Speaking Hon John Davis of Texas will speak at the following times and places Paintsville Johnson county July 25 Salyersville Magoffin county July 27 West Liberty Morgan count July 28 W H MEARA President Ezel Morgan county July 29 O G MITCHELL Secretary Frenchburp Menefee county July 80 All are invited to come and hear the demands of the Peoples party fully ex- Â¬ H Speaking at 1 oclock i M plained 42INTESI02 MOMATIM CINCINNATI No 32 West Fourth Street 0 sLKyiijzzLjrijyLyiyfylsy i2Ij j 5JrStlSjJASjX14 ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 1802 GI1AFI 1 i HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School F1KST TERM DEO IKS The undersieued takes pleasure in announeins that they have completed ar ranjtements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school- books adopted by the State Hoard of Kducat on at the foil owins reduced rates McGuileys Small Primer W Ravs New First Arithmetic Kevhed lrlmer Second Arithmetic SCHOOL BOOKS jul 1 MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1S91 Rates of Tuition per Month 100 150 and 200 Eeleetie Speller 17 Third Arithmetic r0 First Reader 17 CO Key to same ii Second Reader 30 IHh Arithmetic ii Third Reader 42 Kevtosume 7 Fourth Reader 50 lUfleys 1st Eclectic Geography rr i Fifth Reader 7o 2d Eclectic Geogruphy 1 10 i Sixth 85 3d Eclectic Geography 1 30 The above school book publications of t ic American Hook Comnnnv nr uollL-iinu-ni times iave a full sunnlv on hand for mi1i to standards and we shall at urlmil iftpri teachers or pupils at tho prices namet Other SellOol hooks tUlhlisllixl lv tln Amm inmi Hook Company 137 Walnut Street C incinnati supplied at corresiondin1v Inuii jik I mi n I- i twwai - t cc iaj r- Jluzcl Green courts jfcirluyable oue balf on entering School the otherat middle of term RF FREE SCHOLARSHIPS walls Any scholars takb g first and second lion It puts an end to the controversy ors on the completion of their courses in the over Virginia patents Academv shall be entitled to a free scholar It prevents countie and cities from ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will he awarded being taxed to build railroads cacti ot the It adds 000000 to the common school to one pupil trom viz Hreahitt toiiovvtug Clay Elmountain counties fund liott Ftod Harlan Johnson Knott iee It loft out the slavery clause Leslie Ietcher Lawrence Mavtin MagotVin It is for tho people as against organ- Â¬ Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ized capital ell and Rowan provided such arrange Every voter should go to the polls and ments have been made for the competitive voto lor it 1 for one expect to voto lor examination i uie common scuooi author ities or with tlielr consent as shall enable it and never regret it each student of common school grades to Success to Tin 11irau and its read- Â¬ compete for the scholarship and the appli A B Haii ers cant therefor shall bear u certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high 1hn Iooplf Parly est mark attained upon the examination in L U Dri AivrMENT Editor F his count There seems to bo quite a diversity of HOARDING Â¬ Â¬ It keeps tho convicts within the 17 Jl ttlfllYlllttJ urniroiroi INIMENT FOR MAN OR BEAST AFE URE lame BW Â¬ Â¬ 0ed For ftSY 2YEAftf FoR Rfk UMAM prain Etc Â¬ PEEDYfB7 cHArDQM TAYuMEjro ft I2J Â¬ thoother half pull the other hvfi way long Would it bo fjso for tlioso fight- Â¬ ing for liberty tt enter tho enemies camp unarmed If farmers tiro going to organize for tWo purpose of parrying qut certain measures why not at the mmt time co operate How can they co ojipU wtai dmtsineeMch other in two tpttttmla imritoa f Who controls botlj the otft pgrtit utile it i Otp moiiqy power WWt Hiwwtirj Jpr tlta relief or a de itmmtA utriculjitire hYf Uiey carried out 4rlng tfi pAjLwwXy year What i hav Umjt taken of the farmers ton of petition yards of resolutions or itfk ul demand Whul has history bt ip it not tMUght u ft Of would It take o win vt ft tht lUipOC- opinion among tho people about tho Peo ples party Even members of our own order seem to think that we have no right whatever to go into tho Peoples party and vote it because our order does not interfere with our political vlows Yet they think wo have a perfect right to be a hardshell Democrat or Republic an forgetting that tho same principle tlult allows us to belong to either of tho old parties allows us to bo a Prohibitionist a pew party man or anything else Vow wo think tho people wo choose should lopk will to the platforms of all tho parties regardless of what they lmvo been and voto for tho measures that How Is this thQV think ueavest right Wo bear some btlfi necked Domocrat say Oh tho Alliance principles are just true Democracy while wuno Republican will tell you the Alii unco platform antl the Republican aro exuc thQ oW panic with lliat dcniU like grip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo are arranging to build a Dormitory that will accommodate CO boarders and will havo it ready for oeoupaucv by the opening of school Thero will not no imv more trou Tho cost of too high board ble about hoard will be the lowest possible We will be prepared to do better work next session than ever before During the summer the school will be supplied with maps charts globes etc ete ou cannot find a better school lu the Â¬ JiT nVvSi HAZEL GKEEN Kmm WuHl 1 KY mu wmmmmmmmmmmLAml hRVMPTISHK iUNDERTAKER wssji ASM UKAIKi IX iWrmmmwJlmr9mmmmmmmmmmTWiilnli COFFINS CASKETS - case-harden- And Trimmings of All Kinds mountains of Kentucky Our rates tiro low our methods ot touching formal we keep prepared to furnish on short notice and abreast with the tide of education Our pu- JV9 1 i i 1 lm I Ho- - oi pits are our best advertisement We refer K1NMM AM SIKS from the cheapest to iMrnisli cheaper than you can buy tho trimmings you to them Vnfc V Ice of t ul nvv 1rM 11 lbucl ireon Is tho prettiest town in Kasd- - will ilellver cofUns cheap eru KentiieKv ireu trom many ot ills ot railway towns and tuo4c ot morn iiopu tiou no saloons nr harbors of tumptntlon w The people veleome stnvuger oud liitln- - rr My urraugements are biuh I cm nimUi ImilitmnH r that Q LKJiX liC I mn encwi for goM are thrown around i 11 Vina iriiiii II11V kiiiii at irniiite in d ni ti All boarders will te muter the supervision very lowest prices Vcrv resiiect fti I ly Ac It AVI N of the teachers Send for cotalogucs ete rl FURNITURE OP ALL KINDS REPAIRED wu I 1 I MayMSiu WM H CORD ritlNPIPAL NEATLY CHEAPLY u I lliM