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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYing at His Bnolc 8100 9 A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GllEEN WOLFE COUNTY KYM F1UDAY JULY 31 1891 NUMBER 39 Whv not at least give us some istence Hy tho new you take away from the show county the right to vote a tax In aid of n railroad Wo had one chance left and that was to interest capital iu our coal and tim ber lauds and get them to aid us in building a railroad Hut Section 200 of thu new instrument denies us this and says they Hhall only buy enough laud to carry on their buylucsH which I mi p nose means roadbed aud depot grounds and Suction 218 prevents thu road from owning anything What in Â¬ ducement is loft Now we nie told by the advocates of that instrument that if they dont want to build u road they can seek investment elsewhere That is very consol ing indeed but it certainly has no spirit of development in It AH voters who conscien tiously believe that the rich should be made richer by class legislation and who feel no interest Ih tho future of this country should vote for the new Couttttution Wu are told by our friend that there Is 250 exempt from taxation and the growing erop not parted with Suppose any of It is parted with then if you raise a surplus of any crop to sell it is taxed If it is growing Under our present law to the average farmer of the mountains wo have from 500 to 00 exempted Under the new instru Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ANNIHILATION PRICES GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OP -- o OF o- - s- - CLOTHING o AT o I i fvilll i ii O fi VI V iifii w STBAUS TWO PRICE CUT IN READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 9 0urt15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 1 Undorshirt Our marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar sr Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 This is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky to select from t Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky tflitete i tteilt i wmm Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young Ladies First class in all appointments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC Delightful Home Six Departments MUSIC Central ART ENGLISH COMMERCIAL New Buildings and Furniture for catalogue je2b8m S W Terms Reasonable Send PEARUY Tresident WINCHESTER KY WLXTtCWKJEKdMd - DEALER IN Hardware Queensware TinwareiAgricultural Implements Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Hill- - Mowers Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Columbia Tiger and Granger Sulky 8 DP I LOW 8 Hay Rakes Improved Malta Double Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Havens Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Fish BrosPioneer Cane Mills Celebrated Wagons Repairs Wagon 8 Standard Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U price 60 with 6 Ton guarn written Scales Disc Harrows antee for 5 yearn Evans iMiorse Corn Planters Vulcan Chilled Plows best made B F Aveuy Sons Steel Plows 1 Â¬ Eastern Kentucky The largest stock ot Cook ami Heating Stoves of any house in Cutlery Shears and Builder Hardware a tpeclalty East side S Mavavillo Street MT STiiUiiNU - ill A Model Restaurant Mobile Counts ir i sii Kifellfl OTil Street ky Weet Short 12 LEXINGTON SEATING CAPACITY 150 Blue Points Saddle Rocks in Almost Every Feature New York Counts and Fresh Oyster at all seasons The most complete and a Miller Improved Range the finest tachments two large broilers am 5l th anything from a half a beef to a tid blt or sweewnau to all A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment Meals to order at all hours REGULAR MEALS DHJoe ii the mate n the v Id wl t f the 25 CENTS ijW htu BTwiwlj Sk ofihe nlj one nov2I ly ui r ttddUIoInt kind in GUS LUIGART Proprietoi is hard to stop and my heart is in the success of tho Democratic principles and Ho AIiiioiiUIwm luiiocmn to Stuml by party in Kentucky this fall tliu lnrty and Lot tlM New Con- Fhanmc Tiumiili Yours truly ntltutlnu Aloiis Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Mkmphir Tknn July 10 1801 Ilownrn of Olntmcntx for Catarrh That Editor IIaki Gkkkn llritAiD Contain Mercury Although more than HO years have passed since I have M en the hills of as mercury will surelv destroy tho schse Wolfe county have my eyes and of smell and completely derance the filled my heart with tht idealities of the whole system when entering it through forest and field of thr Involiet scetjon the mucousstirfaces Such articles should on the continent the Uue grass region never bo used except on prescriptions of Kentucky the home of the bravest from reputable physicians as tho dam men the loveliest women and the best ago they will do is tenfold to the good horses in the world and though I was you can possibly derive from tliem but u boy when 1 loft tli blucgrass and Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by Co Toledo 0 contains the hills they huvo ever remained to me F J Cheney the dearest spots on earth and my heart no mcrcurv and is taken internally and has lil led with pleasure und added many acts directly upon tho blood and mucous In buying a pulsation as 1 have thought of the dear surfaces of the surfaces old times and wondered where and how Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the were the schoolmates llh whom I play Â¬ genuine It is taken internally and ed and toiled loved tnd quarreled I made at Toledo 0 by F J Cheney have met many n trur i nd tried friend Co ifirSold by druggists price 7oc many a noble loving heart during these per bottle - Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket 830 years but none have ever been to me and girls of the hills and Farmers Alliance n tho Sub Treasury like the boys valleys of Kentucky Scheme I have received Tn Herald sinco its The sober second thought of the farestablishment and thai have kept rea- Â¬ mers is against the sub treasury schelnc sonably well informed of the doings in It has been repudiated by many of the and around Hazel Oreen and while I members of the Alliance in the South miss many of the old familiar names and and now the Knnsas Alliance are considrealize that in a great measure it is sadly ering the advisability of dropping it from true that all all aw gone the old the platform familiar faces still wwnc of them are The mass of the farmers of tho United left and their children are among the States are highly conservative Thoy honored ones of my old home county are not likely to be permanently misled Among my old schoolmates who have by tho schemes of visionary theorists become among the leading men of the They have a deep interest in tho Bolid State are Hon W 0 Mire and Hon Joe prosperity of the country and comparaKnsh How I wish 1 could see them tively little in speculative projects They once more sustain a great proportion of the burden As the heart of Kian ever turns in of administering tho government and a all its wanderings toward the place of little reflection will convince them that its birth and never loee the strong tie- a scheme for vastly augmenting tho num- Â¬ of nflecticn for thoe with whom hia ber of office holders and rendering the early years were cant I have watched administration of public affairs more with deep interest and concern the polit complicated and more costly is not in the ical turn of affair in my old home interest of tho plain people that do not May I be permitted to nxy a few words hold the offices but that pay a lage share to my old friends in the hills and to of the bills their sons who are Ailing their places so It is already demonstrated that the You are on the eve farmers of the United States can not be worthily and well of a great struggle la which is involved rallied into a political party on tho sub the prosperity and jwrhupB the existence treasury platform The land loan device of tne sound conservative Democracy is another branch of the same plan of the party that has ever brought safety dragging the General Government into prosperity wealth and happiness to the private business When it has been dis- Â¬ grand ola Commonwealth of Kentucky cussed aud investigated it will bo found the roll of whose nwn of National fame that it also is an impossible basis for a would fill the column of your piper new party that will assume any national The first issue is that of the new Consti- importance tution I am willing U leave this in the The farmers movement is based upon hands of the tried Democrats of Ken a well grounded discontent but there tucky only asking them for the love of has been a determined effort to mislead their State their country and their him as to the nature of his grievance and party to vote solely or its good and the proper remedy His real grievance lis the State has passed unscathed thro lies in tne fact that ho is not permitted the trials and perils of the past 30 years to enjoy what he earns that tho taxing not to endeavor to avoid the old evils power of government is remorselessly for some evils there are by adopting used to extort money from him for the In benefit of other classes When ho awakes new untried and unsafe methods government as in other affairs it is some- Â¬ to a realization of this fact ho will see times better to let well enough alone that he is not obliged to organize a new Again I must appeal to my old friends in order to obtain redress The to stick to the party that has made the democratic party is advocating the pol- Â¬ State what it is ha given it its proud icy that will promote his true interests position in the sisterhood of States and by aiding in its triumph ho will obI have no fault to find with the Alli- tain the relief which he seeks and which ance There is a deep need for such an is not to be had in any other way The farmer should comorganization and join with his fellows in the bine Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket demand for what is their just due in An Important Correction enforcing the great political truth that Through a piece of gross carelesness who bear the burthens should reap those But on the card of P R Phillips in our Fair the benefits of the government with J M Robinson the other hand the greatest care is nec Â¬ catalogue reads Co and it should read with Carter he be not deluded by false essary that Co We hope all interested prophets and political tricksters and Bros will note the correction and make duo demagogues men who talk of the good of the farmer solely to advance their allowance for a rush of work night and own interests men who advocate the day for a month past - Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Bdelusion of the sub treasury solely to bring dollars to their own treasury men Th Now Coimtltutloii who in the guise of the friend of the In a recent Issue of your paper Hon J K farmer are endeavoring to pcrsuado him Quieksall says that his views on corporato sacrifice all his best interests men tions had notheeii clearly defined in a prewho betray the Democratic party receiv- Â¬ vious issue lie then makes the statement corporations already ing the pay of tho Republicans and are that those contract between the chartered become a State aiding all in their power to introduce corporation over which the present law und has and division into the ranks no power This is true It is also true that disturbance of Democracy men who will tell you the new instrument if adopted will have no that the only sure road to prosperity is power over them u ulcus they file their ac for the farmer to leave the Democratic ceptance of the now Constitution in the of and form one of his own with them fice of the Secretary of State See 108 deprive an This Constitution can or leaders They advocate such doc- Â¬ Individual or corporation of not right grantany tho Democratic party ed by tho present one withont the consent of trine only where is in power Where the Republicans the party or corporation Whether vested rule these men insist that all reforms rights Ih Kentucky are right or wrong is no can and should be made within and by matter of ours They are here and were tho dominant party If you will but here when we came aud nothing short of a take look around you will see abundant proof revolution can do It them away No taw see present Constituing power can of this in the fact that where the Third tion See 1 Art XIII Thote corporations party is sufficiently strong tho Repub Â¬ now in existence have all the legislation licans are making no nominations but they need and more than they uso The endorsing those of the Third party in new Constitution denies to the State the order to defeat those of tho Democrats right to give to this end of Kentucky that aud has no railroads the The only safety for your State and for is undeveloped or any like privileges such ac- Â¬ same privileges your best interersts is in union and roads throughout the State now in tivity within tho Democratic partv the as the operation The tilled of this is to give them only possible result of the 1 bird party advantages we have not and cant get to movement the introduction of new ele- Â¬ make their corporations more money by ments and the abandonment of the doc- Â¬ riiOTKCTlOK aud when we are forced to trines and plans of the Democratic party accept charters by amendment or other is a rule of negroes carpet baggers and wise a class legislation in favor of those is the existence against thoso men whoso farming is done solely with now in and one of the meanest not most and result the tongue who are Alliance men for cruel When we asic tne Dunnes man wno The only safe Â¬ has moycy to aid us he cant afford to do it office and revenue alone is to be found in the because ho can get stock In other enterprises ty for the farmer succesa of Democracy The Republican n the State protected by the laws and given The result Is that our is the party of truBts monopolies pen- Â¬ great advantage section of the State will gradually decrease sions and extravagance while the portion will Increase I hope to meet the old friends aud Knelt dollarprotected fit their corporations in stock make many new one at your Fair thia will be worth from 2 to 5 mure than now fall Pardon me for utdng so much of I want to oppose monopolies if I eaa but your apace but when I get thinking or what is the new Constitution bat a1 parent it to the pretetd Monopolies alnwdy Ih ex talking of my old Keatucky how LETTER FROM FRANK TRIMBLE frtti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ment you list your property at what it would bring at a lair voluntary sale This will increase your tax from otic fourth to one half What the necessity is Just now for this I cant sec unless ft is that the dads want to meet the deficit of 114000 iu the reveuue of the State caused by re ducing the tax on banks from 75 cents on the 100 of taxable property to 42JI cents on the 100 worth If it fs right to take it on of the banks and put it on the hen roost aud plow all right but I thought this thing was opposed to uanks and monopolies and in favor of the rest of mankind But they say there are n great many good things iu the instrument Well there may be All those things copied from the present Con- Â¬ stitution are good but until I am converted to that theory which teaches you should cat the rotten eggs with the good ones I will vote against this thing It is clamed for this instrument that it quiets tho land titles against Virginia grants Let us look Section 260 says No action shall be maintained for possession of any lands lying within the State where the party relies on Virginia grant or Kentucky grant bearing date before 1820 Why 1620 Because all the old grants through- Â¬ out this section were granted since 1 sup- Â¬ pose I know no other reason The person in possession must bave a title of record Not one man in fifty cast come up to this Title of record is one thing ana deed of record is auothor Get into the court house with this thing aud you will learn at the cost of your farm what title of record means Again it says this section shall not apply to persons under disability la there n single Virginia or Kentuoky patent dated before 1820 that Is not covered by this ex Â¬ ception Is there no married woman no intant no person of unsound mind This section was conceived in sin and brought forth in iniquity I asked Hon G It Swaugo what became of the section ho sub- Â¬ mitted to me on this subject last winter He said he did not know I dont mean to reflect on him I mean to say this is not what wns published in Tin IlKRALD This is not his This title of record and persons under disability is written by some good laud lawyer who is cither Interested in a Virginia grant or as attorney for some one who is or will be iu good condition to spec Â¬ ulate on them when this new instrument is adopted You ask what would I do I would pass a law by the legislature under the present Constitution limiting the action to two years I would say nothing Hhout title of record or persons under disability We have this right The Supreme Court of the United Statca have twice said so In cases tried in Kentucky See Hawkins ct al vs Harneys Lessees 5 Peters 457 and authority there noted The Court in this opinion says it is purely a matter of grace Whether the legislature will put any saving clause in the statutes or not I have no grace for these old land grant robberies Kerneui bcr if thij Constitution is adopted the leg islature must pass a law to conform to its provisions or the law so passed would bo unconstitutional This new Constitution robs you the old one can save you if yon will make your member of the legislature pass the two years limitation act and it can be done Hut the friends ot this thing say it cost so much to make it we had better take it Old man Gumbos wife got sink be sent for the doctor the doctor left six doses of medicine she took tvio and got well he said he paid the doctor for tho medicine It cost money and she must take the rest she took it of course it killed her but he saved his money Voter when this reaches you read each section referred to in the Constitution lor yourself and remember that after you have read and discovered something uew in it every time that twenty years from now the best lawyers of the State will still be finding something new Tho chances are that the most of the new things you find will be against you Go to the polls and vote against a thing so powerful for evil and pow Â¬ erless for good W W McGOIKK Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Changes ot Climate Kill more people than is generally knpwn Particularly is this the case In Instances where the constitution is delegate and among our Immigrant population seeking new homes In those portions of the West and where malarial and typhoid fevers pre- Â¬ vail at certain seasons ot the year The best preparative for a change of oltaate or of diet and water which that change neces Â¬ sitates is Ilontetter Stomach Hitters whieh not only fortifie the system agaiast malaria a variable temperature damp aad the de- Â¬ bilitating effects of tropical heat bat is als4 the leading remedy for eeiiBumptle dys pepsia liver complaint betiily triable apt to attack emigrants sad visiters to re- near the mariners and flons Whether equator a safeiraard bvtoat used as ma voyagers travelers by laud miners er f agriculturists in newlv populated dUtrl4 this fine specific has eflelted the wast lav able testimoay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all W Vot th DEMOCRATIC Ttokt Or you are all worn Hawaii IttauMWiil utility fir XKOWNH IMOtf MtTtm81 If TOOU HACK JVHM ftUdc need isr Vou tk DBMOCKATJO Tiokt V- - W I l 1 L Again my subject teaches me that better she should die It was a mercy Sometimes it is too hot or it is too Gods dealings with us are inexplicable she should die She would have been it is too wet or it is too dry it u too early or it is too late They for- That was the original force of my text a life long invalid But you can not PXMOKR COOPER FaMkaer Talmago Comos to the Rescue of get that the God who promised seed The rain was a great mystery to tho an- Â¬ argue away a parents grief How of- Â¬ Oh my child They could not understand ten you hear the moan time and harvest summer and winter cients tho Signal Service HAZEL GEEEN Then there are the filial my child KY cli- Â¬ how the water should get into the cloud cold and heat also ordained all the matic changes There is one question and getting there how it should be tears Little children soon get over the The Hlbla Student Khoald Not Wade Is that ought to be written on every barn j suspended or falling why it should loss of parents They are easily di- Â¬ Too Deep For Piling Into Di Â¬ SILK CULTURE new toy Hut where is on every fence on every hoy stack on come down in drops Modern science verted with a vinity Ha Drowned Many every farm house Hath tho rain a j comes along and says there are two the man that has come to 30 or 40 or Direct to tu for Hailing the Worm on ft r Good Man portions of air of different tempera 50 years of age who can think of the father RhihII hcalf If we only knew what a vast enter- Â¬ ture and they are chargeo with moist- - old people without having all the foun- Â¬ The fiilk worm is the larraof aHtnall Dr Talmage took for his text lost moth known as the silk worm moth and Sunday Hath the rain a father Job prise it is to provide appropriate weath Â¬ ure and the one portion of air decrease tains of his soul stirred up You may er for this world we would not be so in temperature so th water may no have had to take caro of her a good exists in four different stages the egg1 vxxviii 28 in vapor and it falls many years but you can never forget Watts at longer be the larva chrysalis and adult The eggs This Book of Job has been the sub critical of the Lord Isaacthat he did j And ihey heldus that some of the clouds how she used to take care of you There ten years of age complained tell should be procured in cold weather and ject of unbounded theological wrangle sea captains kept at sufficiently low temperature to Men have made it the ring in which to not like the hymns that were sung in that look to be only as large as a mans have been many in our church and Well said his hand and to be almost quiet in the converted prevent them hatching until the food is display their ecclesiastical pugilism the English chapeL peculurity them of was ready for them and the weather Buita Some say that the Book of Job is a father Isaac instead of your com- Â¬ heavens are itreat mountains of mist the ble the latter being a very necessary true history others that it is an alle Â¬ plaining about the Irymns go and make 4000 feet from base to top and that that they were nearly all prayed ashore And he did go thev rush miles a minute Hut after by their mothers though the mothers condition tor the success of the busi Â¬ gory others that it is an epic poem oth- lymns that aro better to have them hatch ers that it is a drama fjomo say that and make hymns that were better all the brilliant experiments of Dr went into the dust soon after they went ness When ready the eggs should be kept at a regular Job lived eighteen hundred years before Now I saj to you if you do not like James Huston and Saussure and other to sea Have 3ou never heard an old heat seventy five degrees when they Christ others say that he never lived the weather get up a weather company scientists there is an infinite mystery man in delirium of some sickness call The fact is we get so will begin to hatch in Ave or six days at all Some say that the author of and have a president and a secretary about the rain There is an ocean of for his mother and a treasurer and aboard of directors tho unfathomable in every rain drop used to calling for her the first ten The leaves of the white mulberryor this book was Job others David oth btock and then pro- Â¬ and God says to day as He said in the years of our life we never get over it osage orange must then be gathered ers Solomon The discussion bus land- Â¬ and SIO000000 of If you can not under- Â¬ and when she fjocs away from us it and placed near the little insect which ed some in blank infidelity Now I vide weather that will suit all of us time of Job is a man who has a weak head stand one drop of rain do not be sur- Â¬ makes deep sorrow You sometimes There should be in shallow pasteboard boxes have no trouble with the Hooks of Job Netting should be placed lightly over or Revelation the two most myster- Â¬ and he can not stand the glare of the prised if my dealings with you are in perhaps in days of trouble and dark- Â¬ You ness when the world would say the feeding boxes and fresh leaves ious books in the Hlble because of a sun You must alwajs have a cloud explicable hovering over him I like the sunshine placed on it The little worms will at rule I adopted some years ago Win does that aged man decrepit ougnt to oe aoie to taite care 01 you- Â¬ I can not live without plenty of sun once crawl through the meshes and beggared vicious sick of the world rself you wake up from your dreams I wade down into a Scripture passage light so you must always have enough and the world sick of him live on finding yourself saying they can thus be removed from the as long as I can touch bottom and 0 mother Have these tears no divine trash and dry leaves Fresh leaves when I can not then I wade out I light for me while here is a man in raid life cons- Â¬ mother should be gathered two or three times use to wade in until to Goth liard working useful in Two midatlantic it was over my one is ships meet in Southampton The ecrated repect who dies Why does that origin Why take all the warm hearts a day or as often aft they appear wilted i head and then I got drowned 1 that ever beat in all lands and in all going to and every study the firmness of the cocoons und texture a passage in Scripture as dong as it is the other is coming to New York old gossip gadding along street about ages and put them together and their of the silk depending greatly on the fre- Â¬ j comfort and help to my soul Provide weather that while it is abaft everybodys business but her own have united throb would be weak compared quency of feeding The first feed should it becomes a perplexity and a but when for one ship is not a head wind for the such good health while the Christian with the throb of Gods eternal sym- Â¬ spiritual be given about five oclock in the morn Â¬ upturning I quit In other words we other There is a farm that is dried up mother with a fiock of little ones about pathy ing and the last at twelve oclock at ought to wado in Yes God is also Father of all that to our but for lack of rain and here is a pleasure her whom she is preparing for usefulnight Care must be taken to spread never wade in until up is over hearthead party going out for a field excursion ness and for Heaven the mother whom rain of repentance Did you ever see a our it the leaves evenly Do you know No man should ever expect to swim Provide weather that will suit the dry jou think could not be spared an hour rain of repentance As the fifth or sixth day nppn aches across this great ocean of farm and the pleasure excursion No from that household why does she lie what it is that makes a man repent I divine truth signs of the first moult begin to appear I go down into I Why and rearou nd trying of stock that ocean as 1 go down sirsyourwill not take one dollar There is down man die with a cancer core godocs see people going not repent DotoyouÂ¬ The little worms begin to lose their into the Atlantic ocean at East Hamp- in selfish to the on pent They can weather company that appetites and dark spots show on the ton Long only one Heing in the universe who adding fortune to fortune consum- Â¬ know no man can repent until God head Feeding can now be discontinued bathe then Island just farI enough to knows enough to provide the right kind ing everything on himself continue helps him to repent How do I know I come out and thq boxes cleaned No food should any idea that with my weak never had of weather for this world Him hath God exalt- Â¬ Hath the to prosper while that man who has By this passage hand and be given until they have cast the skin foot I could strike my way clear over rain a father been giving 10 per cent of all his in- Â¬ ed to be a Prince and a Saviour to give when it should bo resumed and givn to Liverpool O it is a tremendous My text also suggests Gods minute come to God and the church goes into repentance very freely The space they occupy Before wo make stark hour when one wakes up and says I You see the Divine Son bankruptcy I suppose you understand your family supervisal must now be increased as worms too ship in every drop of rain The jewels fools of ourselves let tie stop pressing am a bad man I have not sinned closely crowded do not thrive The I cenoaloirv You know somethinc about of the shower are not flung away by a this everlasting why 4 Let us wor- Â¬ against the laws of the land but I have wme treatment is necessary for the your parents your grandparents your spendthrift who knows not how many ship where we can not understand Let wasted my life God asked me for my ser- Â¬ great Perhaps you three succeeding months as in the first where grandparents born or where know he throws or where they fall They a man take the one question Why vices and I havent given those services they wore they one The temperature of the raising When died Have you over studied the par aro all shining princes of Heaven The3 and follow it far enough and push it OJ my sins God forgive me room should now bo kept about eighty entage land in wretchedness and that tear starts it thrills all Heaven An of tho shower Hath the rain all have an eternal lineage They are and he will We degrees and all variation should be a father want in our theology angel can not keep his eye off it And Hath the perdition This question is not asked all the children of a king avoided rain a father Well then I sayif God fewer interrogation marks and more the Church of God assembles around poetaster or a by the After passing through the last moult Â¬ headu of the universe scientist but and takes notice of overy minute raindrop exclamation points Heaven is the and there is a commingling of tears and To humble ing stage the worms will begin to shrink Earth is the God is the Father of this rain the Lord He will take notice of the most insigni Â¬ place for explanation und become restless and throw out the to save Job God asks him fourteenÂ¬ ficant affair of my life It is the most place for trust If you can not under- Â¬ long suffering merciful and gracious hlllr The trays should now bo placed questions about tho worlds architectastronomical view of things that stand so minute a thing as a rain drop In a religious assemblage a man arose ure convenient to small branches or limbs rays about the refraction of the suns bothers me We look up into the night bow can you expect tounderstand Gods and said I have been a very wicked about the tides about the snow of trees The worms will mount at dealings Hath the rain a father man I broke my mothers heart I be- Â¬ crystal about thu lightnings and then heavens and we say Worlds worlds once and eoinmenco spinning In two Again nry text makes me think that came an infidel but I have seen my and how insignificant we feel We or three days the work will bo done he arraigns him with tho interrogation stand at the foot of Mt Washington or the rain of tors is of divine origin evil way and I have surrendered my Hath tho rain a father und in six or eight tho chrysalis will bo of the text With the scientific wonders of the rain M t Wane and we feel that we are Great clouds of trouble sometimes heart to God but it is a grief I never formed and tho cocoons ready for gath only insects and then we say to our- Â¬ hover over us They are black and they can get over that 1113 parents should ering Various modes of choking tho I have nothing to do A minister goes selves Though tho world is so large are gorged and they are thunderous never have heard of my salvation I through with that kind of sermons chrysalis are used Exposure to heat within They are more portentous than Salvator dont know whether theCofe liv-Â¬ the sun is 1400000 times larger O tho first three years and if he of tho sun or steaming will answer While yet lie was enough he gets through with wo say It is no use if God wheels or Claude ever painted clouds of pov- Â¬ ing or dead but It is best to sell them before suffo Â¬ has piety it in the first three months A sermon that great machinery through immen erty or persecution or bereavement standing in the audience a voice from cation is necessary Oh my son ray to me to mean one word of sity He will not take tho trouble to They hover over us and they getdarker the gallery said has White mulberry leaves arc consid four come And blacker and after a while a tear son He looked up and he recognized Infidel conclusion You all know look down at me Help letters ered the best food tho black mulberry the rain is not an orphan You Saturn Mercury and Jupiter are starts and we think by an extra pres- - llOl T4 tunc Inc rtl1 mnfUiH OLn1l I ts ulbo suitable and tho osage orange is that sure of the cyelidtostop it Othersfol no more rounded and weighed him quite oh good us either Several ex Â¬ know it is not east out of the gates of swung by the hand of God than are and low andvafter awile there is a shower praying lorat thetor a great many years and when you wouki nn tho neuven a louiuiung foot of the cross the cellent books on tho subject of silk swer the question of my text in the af Â¬ globules on a lilac bush tho morning of tearf til emotion Yea there is a rain prodigal son and Uu praying mother culture arc published and those desir- Â¬ firmative Safely embraced each other there was a rain housed during the after a shower God is no more in mag Â¬ of tears Hath that rain a father ing to engage in tho business would do 0 you say a tear is nothing but a tremendous rain and God was the If He you hear the rain beating nitudes than he Is in minutito storm well to supply themselves with such as against the window pane and you find has scales to weigh the mountains Ho A drop of limpid fluid secreted by the Father of those tears a thorough knowledge- of the nature 0 that God would break us down it searching all tho crevices of the has balances delicate enough to weigh laclirymal gland is only a sign of weak and habits of tho silk worm will Insure window sill It first comes down in the infinitesimal You can no more see eyes Great niistake It is one of the with a sense of our sin and then lift ua success In tho business Eliza It Park solitary drops pattering the dust and Him through the telescope than you can Lords richest benedictions to tho up with an appfeciati6riof His mercy er in The Home then it deluges the fields and angers see Hip through the microscope no world There are people in Hlackwells Tears over our wasted life Tearsover tho mountain torrents and makes the more when you look up than when you Tsland Insane asylum and at Uticaand a grieved Spirit Tears over an injured Dwnrflng the jtllml Are not the hairs of your at all the asylums of this land who father O that God would move upon Tho endless study of pronrloty and traveler implore shelter You know look down And If Himalaya were demented by tho fact that they this audience with a great wave of rerain is not an accident of the head all numbered etiquette patterns and styles is be that the could not cry at tho right time Said ligious emotion tlwurflngto tho intellect How belit- Â¬ worlds economy You know it was has a God hath not the rain a father tling tho study of tho cut of a coat or born of tho cloud You know it was I tako this doctrine of a particular a maniac in on of our public instiJnpnnciia Kntcllnh tho tic of a cravat or tho wrinkle in a rocked in the cradle of the wind You Providence and I thrust it Into the very tutions under a Gospel sermon that Do you see that A firm dealing in fishing tackle hav shoe or tho color of a ribbon ilow know it was Bung to sleep by the midst of your every day life If God started the tears they aro worried if something gets un- Â¬ Ktoriu You know that It is a flying fathers a rain drop Is there nnything so tear That is tho first I have wept in ing sent a circular to a merchant in tied or hangs awry or Is not nicely ad Â¬ ovangol from Heaven to earth You inslgnKlcant in your affairs that God twelve years I think it will help my Tokio Japan received the following There are a great many in communication When Druyse brain justed Willi a mind capable of measur know It ts tho Gospel of tho weather will not father that Dear Sir in Yours tho gunsmith invented tho needle gun the grave who could not stand any We should present to your You know that God is its father ing tho height and depth of great sub Â¬ companj the If this bo true then how wicked is which decided tho battle of Sudowa longer under the glacier of trouble If bamboo fishing rod a net basket and a jects able to uuravol mysteries to that glacier had only melted into weep- reel as we have just convenience all walk through tho universe to soar up our murmuring about climatic changes was it a mere accident When a farmers boy showqd Ulnchor ing theyjjould have endured it There those were very rough and simple to into infinity of Gods attributes hover Â¬ The first eleven Sabbaths after T outer ing perpetually over a now stylo of ed tho ministry it stormed Through a short cut by which he could bring his havo been times in your life when you you laughing for your kind reply which mantilla I have known men reckless tho week it was clear weather but on army up soon enough to decide Water- wdujd havo glvonthc world if youjiad you sent us the catalogue oL fishino as to their character and regardless of tho Sabbaths tho old meeting house loo for England was it a mere acci- possessed it for one tear tf You oould tackles lat Ac Wishing Sve that now interests momentous and eternal exas looked llko Noahs Ark boforo It lauded dent When Lord Jlyron took a picc shrlok you vcouldblaspheme but you at Japan there at was not in prevailing perated by tho shape of a vest button A few drenched people sat before a of money and tossed It up to decide could not cry Have you never seen a fish gaming but fishermen in scarcely drenched pastor but most of the farm- whether or not ho should be affianced man holding tho hand of a dead wlw there now but we do not measure how Talmuge ers stayed at homo and thanked God that to Miss Millbank was it a mere acc- Â¬ who had been all the world to him the progression of tho germ of the fish Hare W Nponk KiirIUIi what was bad for tho church was good ident which sido of the monoj was up Tho temples hvifl with excitement tho rag game beforehand Therefore we for tho crops I committed a good deal and which was down When tho Chris- eye dry and frantic no moisture on the may yield of feeling to restock in my t around more numerous than of sin In those days in denouncing the tian army was besieged at Hezlers and upper or lower lid You saw there store your countrios fishing tackle oyer thi year One qf them called at a weather Ministers of tho Gospol some Â¬ a drunken drummor camo In at mid were bolts of anger In tho clouds but etc Should you have the kindness tfl house on tho Dlx road and seeing tho times frot about stormy Sabbaths or night and rang tho alarm bell not no rain send a such farther countrys even in a man of tho plaeo smoking tho pipe of hot Sabbaths or Inclomont Sabbaths knowing what ho was doing but wakTo your Christian comfort he said fow partake when wo send tho money peace began to Interrogate him by They forgot thu fact that tho sumo God ing up tho host In time to fight their -- uont talis to me about God thoro is in order of you I am signs to obtain his name and occupa- Â¬ who ordained tho Sabbath and sent enemies that moment arriving was It no God or If thoro is I hate Him dont yours yours them should ft truly would ap Â¬ tion When tho census taker had twist- forth his ministers to unnounco sulva an accident When in one of tho Irish talk to mo about God would He have pear that tho writer through a yield- Â¬ ed hiniKolf Into a jumplug jaclc in tills tion also ordained the weather Hath wars a starving mother flying with left mo and these motherless children ing of feeling whatever that may be manner tho astonished smoker took tho ruin a father her starving child sank down and faint- Â¬ Hut a few hours or days later coming is inclined to glvo an ordor Also he his pipe out of his mouth and calmly in Merchants also with their stores fill- Â¬ ed on tho rocks in tho night and her across some lead pencil that she owned hopes for a development of sport in the quired ed with now goods und their clerks hand fell on a bottlo of milk did that in life or some letters which she wrote form of fishing game in Japan All hanging idly around tho corners com- just happen so when he was away from home with an tho Year Rouud Oh do you speak English God Is either wrong In tho affairs of outcry that appalls thero hursts was tho mit the sumo transgression There havo thankful counter question of tho man been seasons when tho wholo spring men qr our religion is worth nothing fountain of tears and as thd sunlighttho The world la of I who spoko only one language Detroit und fall trade has been ruined by pro at till mm you had hotter tako it away Gods consohilion strikes that fountain classes only those composed of two who ldad and Free Press traotod wet weather Tho merchants from us and instead of tho lllblo which of tears you find out that it is a tender- Â¬ who aro led Great measures thosoÂ¬ are al then examlnod tho woathor probabili teaches the doctrine give us a secular hearted tnertitftrV pitiful and ways wrought out of thoso leaders who Thnlr Artlitlo Talcnta more Interest than they read book and let us as the famous Mr iwiuiuoi woil WHOj Whs tlin fnthm v f are unselfish in thwlr ties u Yes said tho hostess both mv their with lllbles Thoy watched for a patch Fox tho member of parliament in hie Jhattiraino Qltyo Uyk it is alurd their fruits shall sons have inclinations toward art One of blue sky Thoy went complaining last hour cry ont Read mo tho eighth yis kuow mem uiiuvnuua going to watch over Poraeroy jtaUts very well and tho other has done to tho storo 0 my friends let us tears and caino complaining book of Virgil No iriy friends There are kowe beautiful carving In all that season of wet rouse up to tho appreciation of tho fact three or fqur klnu of them Uiat God home again Uutlltaan rcalizessome senso ef uXy boy is pretty good in tha last feet and dripping garments and i his own responsibility and power he inputs that all the affairs of our life aro under counts bottles and eternizes mentioned said ono of the visiting ablo streets thoy never once asked tho a Kings command and under a Fathers thero are all First parental tears and thoro ever dwells in low estate No man can I lath tho ruin a fothor watch Alexanders war horse Jlucep arc mora of these than of any other amount to much or deserves much who question Indeed Hn nmtiit1 tiittittt miinnlt thte uln lutlus would allow any body to mount kind because the most of tho race die gives his mind time to run riot in v Yee he ean do a chicken or a turkey ho was unharnessed but as in infancy him anero over WteilfaL though I must say a duck to havo is limiting more annoying uma soon whenthoy put on that wardiorse mourning alland ha kvcp parents glooming for his fate or blaming some one else os planted corn rot In the ground his woes Pomnrov aroundtho world kfceYot WoriiMVR8liingtou VouL They never get over it They may because of too much moisture or hay lluccphalus tho saddles and the trap Â¬ Mi1 all ready for tho mow dashed of a pings of thu conqueror he would allow 1 ve to shout and sing afterward aIm of a11 toteHectual training or wheat almost ready for the no one but Alexander to touch him there is always a corrMor in the but maS8 of tlm PePlQ diould b to Iffl fffr E f VwOer has quite a showerspoiled soul w sickle with the rust llqw hard A ad if a soulless horse coh16 have so that is silent though it onco resounded to commoa Htt J Stewart is to bear the agricultural disappoint tuueh pride iu hie owner shall Hot we ranustoy MUL Ifceiwrtlelpated it PlTliU ever menOBe4 the death fMo Ism Um ttlftkk etfifcecftt4 last menu God has infinite reeonrees but imaiortals exult in the fact that we are of a ebUd who died Ify years before Do the best you can where you are Hath the rata a wltho I do not think lie km capacity to make owned by a King a tremor h the voice und a X jp1 yp Mifpi and when that U Ann vn m V to please all the farmers father lift ohl how tleep feUhed It uv juu nut imw mm weather iLwiJinl upturn naittBl Hazel Green Herald GODS KAIN cold Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B Â¬ Â¬ all-cor- a- I mtc k 7m f7re T 7HE TRUE MONEY STANDARD Tho Quantitative Theory of Money The Value of Knch Dollnr Depend un tho ALLIANCE NOTES Number or Dollar Out Thus by tho tinlvorshl competition to Can tho government loan money get it the value- of a dollar Is 4mado to Yes She loans It to national banks depend Upon tho numbenof dollars that Well if It is rfght to 16an to tho banlcor are out This is a principle that lies at can it be wroug to loan to the farmer tho very foundutidn of tho science of Certainly not Intor Stato Alliance money Tho law stated broadly is Why should money be tight in tho that tho value of each unit of money richest country on earth asks the in any country at any given tlmo de New Nation And this is is answer perids ou tho wholo numbeof unlls ln Because thc people lii that country circulatioriln ttmtojinCryjl TlteSlargor have nqt learned to make common li8vnunib5rf1ifB5rftpuiSlonre sense backing laws maluing the same the less must bo tho Brothers do not overlook the great value of eae i unit the smaller the FARMERS ALLIANCE spondmgly decrcaso or increase tho value of oach unit of that monoy For no matter how many or how fow tho units may be the total valuo of the money of the country will bo comprised within the total number of those units A change in tho number of the units effects a proportionate change in the value of each unit and whatever the value of the unit may be it is of the utmost importance that that value should romaln undisturbed It is absurd to maintain that a gold unit which as time goes on is constantly increasing in purchasing power is a hotter unit than a unit of any other material that maintains unchanging Â¬ FACTS ABOUT SILVER hams Tlmo Its Flmt Use The exact date when silver was first used us money is not known but it was money current with tho morchant in Abrahams time and has continued to be money without limit throughout the world until within a abort period It is still the money of a large part of tho worlds population The first use of the metals as monoy was by weight Silver was coined at an early period In Greece but no gold coins were struck till Philips time about MO years be fure Christ In ancient Homo coppor was weighed out by the pound but later coined money came Into use Silver was coined In Home about 250 years before the Christian Era and gold about 50 years later Silver was the standard monoy in England till early in tho last century and was full legal tender until 1810 when tho gold standard was adopted From 1257 to 1004 tho value of gold coins as compared with silver was reg Â¬ ulated in England from tlmo to time by proclamation From 1004 to 1717 sliver was tho only legal tender monoy nnd gold coins fluctuated according to tho market value of gold In 1717 tho re- Â¬ lations of tho coins of the two metals was fixed at 21 shillings for a guinea By this law gold was overrated tho market ratio being about 20s 8d nnd gold therefore became at this timo the principal currency of England Spain before tho revolution which led to tho Independence of tho Spanish American states controlled nearly all the gold and silver mines of tho now world and her coins elrculatod in near- Â¬ ly ovory country whore commerco was known Tho Spanish milled dollar 6r piece of eight eight reels becamo a standard coin in both hemispheres During the colonial poriod of this country the metallic money consisted entirely of foreign coins Of those tho Spanish milled dollar camo to bo recog nized ns the money unit and standard of value in all colonics By tho articles of confederation be- Â¬ fore tho formation of tho new constitu- Â¬ tion the Spanish milled dollar was made tho unit of value and monoy of account At the close of the revolutionary war when the continental paper money passed out of use foreign coins again became the principal full legal tender money in this country TluiB when the constitution was formed tho monoy of tho Unitod States consisted of gold and silver coins whol- Â¬ ly of foreign mintage tho recognized standard being the Spanish milled dol- Â¬ Â¬ It Jinn Continent to no Money From Abra Â¬ The puro metal in tho eagle wm theroforo reduced 15tf grains or lW grains to tho dollnr This new piece however was mado legal tender for all debts past nnd future tho samo as the old one No chungo was at this time made in the sllvor coins v By this change intho gold t coins tlto ratio was changed from 15 to ltpltj In 18377jdntiarv 18S tHcf mint laws were revised tllroitghoitt and tho stand Â¬ ard for both gold and silver was made nine tenths fine that Is nine parts puro metal and one part alloy And since 1887 uU our coins of both metals linvo been nluo tonths fine The pure metal in tho gold coins was again slightly chauged by tho actVot 1887 by adding 02 of a grain so as to make It exactly nine tenths flno By tho act of 1887 the alloy in tho sll- Â¬ vor dollar was reduced from 44 75 grains to 4125 grains so as to make tho dollar just nine tenths fine but tho weight of puro silver was not changed and its valuo was thoreforo not ohangod- Thus while tho weight of puro gold in tho gold dollar has boon twlpo changed tho wolght of puro silver1 In tho standard silver dollar has never changed It is oxnetly the same unit and tho same standard as the first coin minted in the United States Salt Lako to 1 -- f Journal of Commerce lar By the constitution the right to coin monoy regulate tho value thereof and of foreign coin Is given to tho general government and the states are prohib- Â¬ ited from making anything but gold and sllvor coin a tender in payment of If the United States must ovbrbo subject in its iiuaueiu1 policy to tluY colossnl aggregation of usurers and rack renters that conter at Lombard street London the blood of our fnthoVs will have been shod in vain England is notoriously tho creditor nation of tho world her usurers and landed lords have mado of Erin a monument of pov- crty and misery known of alltho world and tho streets of London are wont to resound with tho tread of mon womon nnd children marching and crying for bread or blood Not content with tho ruin wrought at home they are reach- lug out for all the nations of the IOWA BANKERS Their Hypocritical Nollcltudo For Widow nml Orphans Mr Josoph Sampson of Sioux City delivered an address boforo the conven- Â¬ tion of Iowa bankers whieirtadfUr that city recently on tho subject of sllvor in tho courso of which 1m said Tho maintenance of American erodt through u single standard of value whloh shall bo recognized hv nil hatloils sootus not only desirable but necessary bconuao ninny of our grontust enterprise giving employment to thousands ot worklngmon cnn acouro onpltnl nt oxoooilntfiyitfvrntoB of InturcHt oily ho long as Kuropoan lenders can fool socuro that thusiuno quantity and quality of money lout will oo returned Tliey lend tin their gold only upon condition that gold of equal weight and Oneness shall Only by International ngroo- bu repaid meats us to what may bo considered a legal tender In lion thereof cnn existing or futura contrnots bo chAnged This is briefly tho position taken by1 tho bankers and capitalists of tho conn try and tho politicians who draw their inspirations from Wall street JC rt0MAevssvrr a fie -- The movement to demonetize silver and resist its remoncuzation is a move ment dictated by kings ministers courtiers satellites sycophants and monopolists It is the movement of monarchy and of autocracy whether it be uppn the throne hedged in by tho divine right of kings or upon the throne hedged in by syndicates and trusts and rooted in the subtle and despotic power of the almighty dollar The move- Â¬ ment to rcmonetize silver and to resist its demonetization is a movement springing from the pure fountain called republicanism or democracy which ever you please to call it which be Â¬ lieves in the great doctrine of our fed tral constitution that to promote the general welfare and not tho welfare of a class is fundamental to the in- Importance of selecting good and true men as delegates to lie state mooting men who can go through the hottest fire of opposition and come through un scathed with a report to bring of duty well performed Alliance Watchman The brethren of Mississippi are THE MODERN JUGGERNAUT stitutc of government Groat Brit ain a monarchy in loiu lea oir Un- Â¬ in the demonetization of silver able to conquer America with lead and steel she inaugurated that step while 3et smarting with the lessons taught her by Decatur on the northern lakes and by Andrew Jackson and his southern braves at New Orleans and stimulated to broader dreams of con Â¬ quest by just having conquered Franco at Waterloo she sought in 1810 to com- Â¬ plete the conquest of France just as lermany thought to complete it after Sedan in lntcryenrs But each timo France has lield up hoi silver buclslcr and fenced them- - off with lier silver- hilted sword Far reaching in her prevision of events Jrcat Bntian sought by tho wiles of commerce to accomplish what she had failed to do here by force of arms and had but partially done abroad and to day as the wheat of her myriad of Indian ryots takes the placo of our American product in the Liverpool market she beholds tho triumph of n policy Â¬ I which has narcotized American brains corrupted American morals and im Â¬ poverished American farmers While some ofcour economists amuse ignorant readers by copying English phrases about the best money the fixed and invariable value of gold and talk scholastically about intrinsie value England gathers in her golden harvests piles up her cent per cent and lnugha in her slcevo at our ignorance and folly Speech of Sonutor John W Daniels of Virginia in U S Senate debts The first lnw relating to coinage un- Â¬ der tho now constitution was tho act of April 2 1792 establishing a mint This act provided for striking cold coins called eagles each to be of the valuo of ten dollars or units The weight of tho eagle by this net was mode 247 grains of pure gold or 2475 grains to tho dollar This act also provided for coining dollars or units each to be of tho valuo of n Spanish milled dollar as the samo is now cur- Â¬ Hamilton tho first secretary of the treasury had a number of the old Spanish milled dollars as then in circulation assayed and they were found grains of pure silver to contain 871 and therefore th6 new dollar was mado to contain 71 14 grains of pure silver so that the money unit of the colonies as at that timo in circulation was con Â¬ tinued as tho money unltuftdcrtho newuonstitutlon The first gold coins wore ll 12ths fine Tho full weight of tho eagle was 24750 grains pure gold and 2250 grains of al- Â¬ loy making the total weight of the eagle 270 grains The silver dollar con- Â¬ tained 17125 grains of puro silver and 4475 grains of alloy malting the full weight of tho dollar 410 grains Tho apt of 1702 ulo provided for half dollars quarter dollars and dimes of silver weighing respectively one half one foirth and one tenth tho weight of the dollar As gold coins contained 2175 grains of pure metal to the dollar and tho sil- Â¬ ver dollar contained 517125 grains tho 1 ratio at this tlmo wns jcetly-l5-t-o The same act which established the mint and fixed the weight and fineness of the coins of the United States also provided that any person might take either silver or gold to tho mint and have it coined lrm- - of eTpetiHeyu and the said coins were mado equally legnl tender for oil debts public and private Iy this act fractional coins were also full legal tender Thus the firtt coinage law enacted under tho constitution ns recommended by Hamilton coneurredin by Jefferson and approved by Washington provided fqr the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver Subsequent nets fixed the rates at which foreign gjld md silver coins should be legal tender in this country and various coins including the Spanish nulled dollar continued to Iks legal tender until 1857 In 1814 tho weigh of the gold eagle or ten dollar picco was changed from 24750 grains of pure gold or 270 grains of standard gold to iAl grains of pure gold or 38 a grains to the dollar or 348 grains of standard gold or 2f8 grains o ike dollar Â¬ earth hereditary monarchs audrottea aristoc- Â¬ racy had been repudiated force Jind boon resorted to and ignominotiHly failed and some other mothod had to bo devised to gain control ovor this proud republic That mothod vns found in the single gold stunduvd finanÂ¬ cial system which by tho aid of foreign gold and domestic traitors was fastened upon us It is high time indeed for tho now declaration of independence But wo quote again from Mr Sampson Depreciation of our currency by unlimited colaago of silver would bo first discerned by tho rich who could arrange tholr affairs nnd Investments so ns to protect themselves IiUtraeilon uncertainty and u panicky feel Â¬ ing always gives to the shrewd nnd fun sighted tho largest opportunities for gnln Tho losers In such a period wpuld bo tho wdows ami orphans with Insurance policies paid at a discount of lo to W por cent I snv- Ings bank doposjtorswjio put la bank gold wngns and who must tnko back funds with reduced purchasing power salaried em nloyea and wutto workers who could aot get larger pay but whoso living expenses would bo Increased t This Is another typical argument qt but tho authority of thoirv rent Â¬ making a gallant fight for alliance principles The entire democratic force Inside and outside tho stnto arc in the contest against them It looks now as though the alliance would surely win What a victory it would be and how the henchmen of Wall street would feel Lot the fight go on the alliance will prosper and grow stronger in the midst of it National Economist It isreported that SO 1000 000 IngoUl has been exported since January 1 ISO I The less gold there is in the country the harder it is on tho people because our debts both public and private are reallv payable in gold and tho less gold there is Jtho dearer it is and the more labor it costs tho pVopfo to got it How- Mver it Is an ill wind that blows nobody good Such a condition of things just suits the money lender Inter State Alliance Echo -- If there is a single act of financial legislation qn the part of congress since 1501 that gives tho laboring man an equal i banco with tho bondholder I would like for some one to point it put How does the demonetization of silver benefit tho laboring Inan Who but th money party is making war on silver Is it argued that the free coin Â¬ age of silver will bo against the labor- man and in favor of tho rich With till possible efforts of decoptlon many nre still clinging to tho parties that 1 have enacted a linanclal policy as dis Â¬ ig graceful a any to be found in the civ- Uicd world 0 W White of Georgia number of uults out population re Â¬ value through time Whenever the business of the country maining the same tho greater thevulue of each accommodates itself to a given number Notwithstanding the variance some Â¬ of units tho only question for the govtimes found between tho premises and ernment to deal with is to maintain the conclusions of economic writers that value as free from disturbance as there is no economist of repute who possible and according to all authori docs not admit this to bo a fundamental ties on political economy that can onlv principle be done by increasing or decreasing Tho true money standard of unv conn- - the number of units in circulation in try Is not the material of wrjichtlu accordance with tho demands of in mouey is made The standard is not a creasing or decreasing population concrete object but a numerical relaIf it bo admitted that one of the tion It Is tho relation botween tho important offices of government most is to number of units composing the mone- see that the equities are preserved be tary circulation of the country and the tween its citizens and if this be nots numbers of tho population to what purpose are our courts of t is tho legal tender function that equity instituted then it cannot be constitutes money It is tiie power denied that it is one of the highest which the law imparts to any material ofllees of government to see that money to pay debts and liquidate obligations which measures all equities and which It cannot for a moment be doubted that must for all time continue to be the tho money function being conferred bv principal measure in tho service of civthe supreme authority isthu ilized society shall bo of unchanging guarantee of the money value value It Is Impossible to secure this There is no necessity for reinforcing characterlstlcof uniformity in the value that value with any inferior value that of money if we are to select as the only may attach to the materlul ou which materlul on which to stamp tho money the mo ley stnmp Is placed The moneyÂ¬ function a substance whoso yearly pro Â¬ function is immeasurably tho most im- duction is becoming more and more portant that can bo conferred by society limited and tho prospect of whoso tppn any materia and it is absurd to yield becomes less and loss urge that that function Is not of itself suftlclcnt encouraging Senator John J Jones sutlliiont for the maintenance of the rin U H Senate value of money All tho value that money cnn possibly have tho totality Silver was stealthily dqinonetizod of value that can cxist in the shape of to in 1878 As soon as tho crime was dismonev in any crountry will attach anything upon which the sovereign au- Â¬ covered tho people almost without exthority stamps it whether tho matorial ception demanded its remonotizatlon on which tho stamp Is placed bo gold Yot eighteen years have elapsed and silver paper or anything else Leg tlHi rcmonetizatlon lias not been accom Islators or executive officers of plished They have been trying to get the government by increasing- or de Â¬ this reform through the old partly creasing the volutae pf money eorre Mtaouxl World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - orphans and salaried employes is very touching Ah for themselves unlimit- Â¬ ed coinage would only enlarge their opportunities for gain but they nro disinterestedly oprpjjIpgJltJlnUiointor st of tho poor widows and orphans Out upon such hypocrisy l The bankors have as much right to qrgo mQURuricsn their own interest as anybody but they1 should come out lilc men and ndtflgjifc like cowards over the shoulders of wid Â¬ ows and orphans The single standard is in thq intorest of bankers and other money loaners and solely in their Interest Tholrj in lerests are not the intcrcsti of tho wealth producers never wura and never will he and It is high tlmo the American people wore realizing It Ho long as congressmen prusldenjtsi- anil treasurers ullotv thoso Who deal in money to dictate tho course to be purÂ¬ sued in financial affairs so long will tho wealth producers bo slavus to tio vcalth absorbqS JpwuTxibune t r r Tho different leading papers are sending out reporters to ascertain the probable effects of tho nomination of Cleveland or Hill by direct ana close In- Â¬ vestigation of the sentiments of the pcoplo asaffectlngthese two asplranti If theso great dallies had any compre- honsion they might know that the next presidential election will bo a cqntMt botween the masses and the daWoi democracy against plutocracy the fcio ducors anl laborers against tk blood Â¬ suckers and vampires and that imp epresentatlve of Wall street peet the support of the mhm JLUl aae4 Herald - tho opponents of free conago of silver Tho solicitude of thoso philanthropic bankers for the poor widows and n4 r r - lSaiiiij- - J i HTM XNt Hazel Gjreen Herald SPENOER COOPER KY THE NEW CONSTITUTION PRO AND CON It Anil Hun J K UmUey Kxrcwuls of tho Nmv Hhoiiltt Not liu AiloptcMl Constitution Permit me to answer a few of Judge The following are a few of the reasons that cause me to fully endorse ami advo Swangos reasons Many are not ans Â¬ cate the adoption of the new Constitu wered because thoy are identical only in a different dress tion 1 It recognizes God in tho preamble j Rend Sec 5 Bill of Rights In the old Constitution that which the old one does not 2 It does not contain any slavery Very good However it was a dead issue clause U It provides for only one election j Ily blotting from the record the time honored first Monday in August year eacli 4 It provides that no Representative That remains to be proven district shall cmbraco more than two Iiitla Hwrnnjco Editor Kwinoiih Why NEW STORE NEW GOODS a Friday HAZEL GREN - Â¬ JuPy 31 1801 Â¬ DEMOCRATIC NTATK TICKKT WILLIAM V Of Henderson County For Lieutenant Governor MITCHELL C ALFOKD Of Hell County For Attorney Jonernl Of Fleming County For Auditor LUKE 0 NORMAN Of Hoone County For Treasurer JOHN YOUNG BROWN For Go tern or To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Ureen and vicinity consist I Swango Seasonable Goods Rose Are now receiving Fresh nnd Choice Stock ol J HENDRICK GREEN BERRY SWANGO For Superintendent of Public Instruction ED PORTER THOMPSON Of Owen County For Cleric of Court of AiiiiciiIh ABRAM ADDA MS Of Harrison County Of Wolfe County Of Graven Countv For Register of the Land Ofllec HENRY 8 HALE For Senator 34th District JOHN S HARGIS Of Ureatliitt county For Representative JOHN R THOMA8 of Montgomery county Tho success of tho Democratic party Monday depends upon every individual Democrat doing his duty and his duty is to vote the Democratic ticket from eend toeond Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Democrats tho ticket presented for your approval next Monday is tho best ono over offered you Do your duty as Democrats and do not be led off after Htmngo gods Voto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket They say Straws show which way the wind blows Wo do not hear of a rich man opposing tho now Constitution Poor men can stick a pin here and vote to suit themselves - Vote the DEMOCRATIC Tickot X l 1 A gentleman who has been all over the Tenth Congressional district said in our presence Sunday that tho majority against the new Constitution in this district will bo at least 10000 t- - Vqto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket Â¬ The Peoples partv is making a canvass of the hills and hollows and unless Dem Â¬ ocrats are ou tho alert they will be drawn into this unholv movement which can result only in victory to tho Republican party Voto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket sesaaeEsssssssssss k in hi 5 r i r K 7 J It Kfi 64 It provides for a ceneral liquor And prohibits any future act on the law so that all countio districts cities or towns uesiring it may nave a local option subject no matter how much it is needed law of the same effect Voto the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket The newspapers of his own section say that tills man Erwiu who heads tho Peo Â¬ ples party was kicked out of tho AlliTho Alliance in State only num Â¬ our citizens whether rich or poor and ance presidency for crookedness only a bers about 127000this persons At least do not desire to disturb any class or con Â¬ short time ago has figured In a disgrace- Â¬ one third of these are women and of the dition of men in the enjoyment of their ful scandal with a woman at his home remainder half will vote for tho old civil religious or political rights and could not today be elected a justice parties so it is impossible for the Peonies Resolved That wo wish to make the of tho peaco in his own county Now party to elect any of their ticket out Alliance a great educational agency to how can good Alliauco Democrats voto they can draw enough Democrats away bring tho people together to study and for such a man We dont beliove they to elect tho Republican ticket and this discuss the great public questions of tho will do it Hon T T Gardner day and to watch the interest of agriis tho scheme Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket President of tho State Alliance Dr culture and labor so that all interested Clardy and many other prominent Alli with us may act unitedly and with in Â¬ Democrats unless you do your duty ance men know this and are speaking telligence when called on to vote or to every ono of you the party will bo de against tho Peoples party ovory day As discharge any duty of citizenship feated at tho election next Monday Tho these Democrats are doing so should all P D Whitk Pres Republican party knowing that its only good Democrats do let the Peoples party J A Eubank Sec Voto the DEMOCRATIC Ticket chanco of success rests upon tho strength and tho broken down politicians alone of tho Peoples party is urging the latter 9Sr- - Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket No Mara KattroatU organization to exert its utmost efforts The proposed new Constitution will Â¬ on Monday The result of such a moveEvery Democrat who has the Interest In ment must bo plain to every thinking of his country at heart should vote tho stop the building Isof railroadsby Ken Â¬Â¬ tucky This fact conceded everyman and Democrats should not bo caught Democratic ticket Monday and counsel body that has considered tho subject in the trap Tho Peoples party can not with his neighbor to do likewise Wo hope however tho Stato Is not fin Â¬ Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket hope to win because in many counties it ished in this respect or ready to cast is not organized but the Republicans Â¬ aside the experience of late years know that party will draw largely from Tho Democrat who deserts his jwrty at lustrated in the following figures as il Â¬ gath the Deaiocratio rauks and thus hone to next Mondays election whatever his ered from authentic sources Do not be deceived motive in doing so only helps the Repub t Iip into power Tho accompanying table shows tho Democrats but stand by your ticket lican party on to victory - Voto the DEMOCRATIC Ticket assessed value of projerty In three coun- Â¬ Monday and all will bo well ties in Kentucky before and since the Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket advent of railroads therein Fnrtura Alllnnctt BKLI COUNTV Hon W L Hurst spoko hero SaturÂ¬ At a meeting of tho F fc L U of Clark 1887 727057 day in defonso of tho new Constitution county Saturday July 18 the following 1800 2881430 and was listened to by a crowd of about resolutions were passed Resolved That the Democratic mem Â¬ fifty persons Ho started out by saying IKK COUNTY 614 452 he made what ho now possesses off of the bers of tho F A L U of Clark county 18S7 013065 poor man and that he wanted tho poor aro heartily in favor of tho JcflVrsonian 1800 man to get some of It back by voting for doqtrine of tho greatest good to tho great lOtliMMMtMitlMIIMIIIMMIMtltllll lOvOtul VHITIKY COUNTY the new Constitution Taking his past pst number and of tho equality of all 1040000 from hla own utterances to judge tho men before tho law that wo do not be- Â¬ 1887 2501800 fumre by itls likely that he soes in the liove in organizing a third party and 1800 J1 action tl0 nw CoHstltutlon a scheme to still fur therefore do not approve of tho met in 10iltMIIMMtMtMMlMIIllM OjU would This is an object lesson which it Unless tho taken by the convention that wiuwm th poor Mian be well for the people to study before MilltiluM h now at lit ml it h afo to Cincinnati lat May Resolved That we seek to reform and they vote for a Constitution which as who have suddenly waieh tkett r eh men the old polit- Delegate f Louisville jhhk btoii auett cbvoUd friends to the walk purlfv the management ofopposed to mo Â¬Â¬ MytJ willDennett Young back in the ical parties that we are set Kentucky man TJ ipldr invito the lly to Into lila parlor aOwetimes and thus no nopolies and combinations oi capital that march of progress twenty five years would oppress the people but do not deÂ¬ Frankfort Capital euro a fawt m would otherwise witw Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket DEMOCRATIC Ticket sire to see injustice done to any claw of I Â¬ T H Snyder the Kaunas orator billed to speak hero Saturday said in his speech at Lawrencoburg that tho object of the Peoples party was to break up the Democratic party in this State Will the Democrats hereabouts aid him in doing so We do not beliove they will - Vote the DEMOCRATIC ticket aggggggga However good tho intention of tho Alliance iu its effort to attain success for tho Peoples party the result can only bring defeat to tho Democratic party All wide awake Alliance Democrats see this and will vote for tho brilliant and brainy Brown and the tickot ho bonds because it is the only ono that can give them the relief thoy desiro Voto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket Â¬ Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL And practically destroys the pride of davs sessions and no more the old Commonwealth 0 It prohibits local legislation on any j An injustice to the State and a disad Â¬ anil the clothing department is chock lull of bargains subject that a general law will cover vantage to law abiding citizens -Â¬ 10 Winch causes an indescribable conEVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY It authorizes the offices of Sheriff glomeration and Jailer to be consolidated REFUNDED 11 It forbids that any public officer Yon do not mention the exception shall receive more than o000 each year as salary 18 It abolishes tho two Appelate It puts the business of two into one systems aim provides tor on I v one and retards necessary litigation uotirt 14 it abolishes all the Common Pleas CATLETTSBUItG KY Criminal and Chancery Courts and Thereby increasing expenses The Largest Drug Houso in the Ohio Valley makes one system of courts the Circuit Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen We have enough now They are too 10 It gives us enough Circuit Courts I 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed expensive 10 nitenu to an business promptly 17 It gives the Legislature the right Sole proprietors of the renowned ftv j arsolp proprietors of the famous to have the liscal affairs of counties at It has that right now as everybody N EltVC KINO HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL tended to by Commissioners to be elected knows For the nermanent cure of Pains in the The onlv remedy that is sold on an nbso by tho people of the county Back and all disorders of the Kidneys flute guarantee to cure all Pains and and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer- 20 It provides that no whiskey shall Hut restriction makes it possible to Acnes Cramps and Lone liarrluua Dysentery etc Used internally and exter tmeates ol those who linve used tins j to do so u nuiu uii ciecnon uay remedy will be sent ou application nally The best Liniment iu the world 22 Tho exemptions from taxes are PMCfi 100 UKMS IlUtJS fixed on every housekeeper alike so they Every person with a family are uot subject to change rFoR Sale dy Drug Stores and Country Stores Everywhere -- i 23 Evcrv honsekeener will have Only about one third the amount now household goods and other personal prop cnycscmptirom taxation to tno amount allowed us It hurts the poor man WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President of 250 24 The taxation must be uniform An injustice to banks and makes a de- Â¬ YOU Ranks must pay local taxes the same as ficit of 114580 in State Treasury that the laborers and farmers must make up individuals ON THE- 25 No officer is allowed to use public The same as under present law on the 1 money for his own use subject 81 It adds 600000 to our permanent j And violates Constitutional law by bringing legislation into it scnooi lunu And seriously interferes with public 40 It subjects railroad property to execution the same as individuals so that travel and may delay perishing freight debt against them can be collected debts can be collected as easy now Office And provides that they may be allow- Â¬ 41 from charg- Â¬ It prevents railroads ing more lor a short than a longer haul ed to do so See Sec 227 IT 43 It requires that public officers The penalty is severe now mum ue uockcu in pay ior iauing 10 dis charge their duties They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE How will the farmer like to pay his STATE east of Louisville 44 It provides for all wage earners to be paid in lawful money laborers in nothing but money All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY And will cost the State five times as 45 It lets the public printing to the much as now lowest bidder DONE at the lowest livino PRICES J M KELLY President And greatly increases the expenses of 46 It cuts the grand jurys down to Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET the State by having three terms twelve instead of sixteen g Foundry on K U RAILROAD And will cost money and time in liti48 It places a limitation on Virginia gation in the U S Court for the people land claims Which is vastly inferior to the present 49 It provides for a House of Refuge system for young offenders Every boot shoe broojpi orpleco of 50 It requires convicts to be worked insido tho walls and not to compete with furniture made inside the walls inter- Â¬ feres with honest labor honest labor 52 It lessens tho annual expense of j Figures fail to show it and it looks as IlSTRHBTim II IIIK XCEFINI SHORT HAM TYK WRITINI PEHMAHSHff if it increases it me ijommonweaun over iuuuuu TEICMAMYETCm 5TB AT THE 1RTAIT A STRATTIN 1M8IRESS CILLEIE SMITH WEST And will therefore frequently rob an 53 It prevents tho Legislature from MRU THIRI All JEFFERSIR STREETS lltflSVlUE KY OATALIIHE FREE refunding any money legally paid into an unfortuuato but honest and deserving counties 0 Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing KINDS rig of c It limits the Legislature to sixty J 1 Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 WHOLESALE MANUFACTURINC ORUGGIST8 I woft9moooo weoooooooo 2 I Â¬ afr 1 WHENEVER VISIT LEXINGTON I CALL -- Lexington Foundry Go 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K RAILROAD c near 7th St r Â¬ milllll st4 Jy MiMmOytimm T JuGXingbOIl JAMES B TIPTON i claimant the State Treasury 54 Thats so and it comes almost wholly It will tax at least 90000000 of from the farmer property that is now exempt By taxing property now exempt and 55 It will reduce the rate of taxa belonging to the farmers mainly tion Beg pardon 50 It taxes everything he It taxes no property of the poor has and exempts him of only 250 worth man thnt is not now taxed Examine for yourselves and see Read 57 It increases tho taxes of the weal Sees 177 180 thv and reduces it on the poor 61 It provides no hardship on tho j Let the poor man list his property and I JAMES KENNEDY I 1C BTI II P fl W DEALERS IN- - Upturn and Riven special feoQ the Constitution of the people and for the people and allows no man or sot of men any special privileges or advantages over any other in this Com63 is poor mau he will see different Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY It Â¬ That sounds well but a close study of the document does not make it appear so to us BIT STERLING KY TThe prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited care and attention in compounding None but pure medicines aud drugs used Â¬ monwealth jy 4 JENTUCKY tVLM riSfiuUf nittnU UNIVERSITY i111 1 UVU SVnh X dentT JlUHAlf ilSngton KlSeerw Ultc ot nne months 1oarding loflW ofegl f I L i V T1 1e College of Liberal lWt Universit AVlinleand3 ComSwSrSeJE Arts has 3 courses corps Students at reasonable rates Both ca8 Class aXIogur J Allege of the Bible P Â¬ Â¬ 7AORHOSr 10LLE6IATE JACKSON jk QltEAlt BIGSTAFF KY Â¬ IHSTITUTE KENTUCKY 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING Of Central University ir W Â¬ Situation beautiful and healthful largo two story brick building a faculty of com- - TAMES P FANT a tint iit nitil tnIt i ivM lAitiitiicni uacjiers rriiuary W WITH THK OLD KEIJADLK and intermediate departments all common Hat House of W S Dickinson I bnlllflllM wf Aonililnmln unit Alt Co MVU iiruimv v partments Higher Kngllsh it Natural aud Vlne ClSmNATI Mental Sciences Latin Greek Herman AL of his mountain friends and cs- gebradeometry Surveying Ac Full Nor mm Course arranged especially for the thecivrChaMtS l BVe ra H CnU thorough training ot teachers Busiiifss I ourse giving practical Instruction hi busi ntss forms aud calculations commercial K i Practice in the courts of Montgomery adjoining counties and in the Court ot nnd Ap peals and Federal Courts 1 nvirri EX department organ and piano ailllllttPcl I ed COIirses Session of lnnrnluiituillt Of Ktllili nrm 1801 2 opens jc riling c A I 11 1 Both sexes i Musical S STRADER Successors to SON J K A Lam Co 1 KY 74 K rlor address LJl Tuesday Sept 1st circular giving full Information Main Stkkkt Prop M n M a imov i LKXINGTON Wholesale Dealers in Ulan ton I a Jackson Ky Chancellor Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c jyi JJK J F LOCKHART Wims DENTIST EZEL KY FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO thr TATOArSrgiIIIV r J A TAULBEB Physician and Surgeon Haxel Gren Wolfe County WJ Thos SE1TZ Henderson n tOJ iiwiKiAIK WITH Son tn SOSKl j Voti the ymiyiFfimmmmm mmf9Sfli hi 7XJH i nnwJuuJMJ WtOtKKfttnWKKKtWB Hazel Gkeen Herald oiinlij party V are authorized to announce WKI3DKN tONGLKTON us a candidate tor Slniitlof Wolfe county subject to the tution ol the 1 i T M Morrow of Mt Sterling has invented one of tlie most complete blotter tablets we have ever seen and has applied for a patent It consists of a stationary back in which is a wire spring to receive a package of letter or note heads and the front is a blotter fastened with spring grippeors into which may be inserted a fresh blotter whenever neces sity demands it thus keeping the paper neat and clean We congratulate Mr Morrow upon his invention and predict that it will bo a nrofitablo one to him KSTVote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Â¬ Â¬ mwiiBiimaiiii www ANSOVSCKMVST WVnre authorized to announce JKOlKJK W 11 A KK tin it candidate for Hherill ot olle futility subject to action of the Dom Tho Ezel trotting association was or Â¬ ganized recently and they are making a kite shape track one half mile long Horn On the 23d to the wife of Jas Mcguire a boy On the 27th to tho wife of W M Jlenry a girl That Your Hair may retain DAIILY HACK LINE lJIOM July fc- 28 - Voto Rluiit Its youthful color fullness and boauty dross with It daily HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaven Harel Green every morning Sun day excepted and connect with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Kothwell every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday ami arrivcN at llnzul Green at ttllO i M the DEMOCRATIC Ticket ltttoirutif turty V arc authorized to utfnuiiiieu V A UYllD of Torrent as a candidate tor Slier ill of Wolfe county at tlie August election 1S2 subject to the voters of the futility Mr llyrd says lie in a Democrat ami expect to remain one he doe not believe in frati iltilent means of securing county ollice ami if honored to the position of Sherltl will jierform the duties regardless of person or jturty We arc authorized to announce JONAS V VANSANT of Campion as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county Mibiect to action of the Democratic partv Had 8 years experience as Deputy Clerk Your support and influence respectfully solicited y Old Centre College has a small adver tisement in this issue of our paper but it has turned out a largo number of the most illustrious men in the country Henry Godsey and Carl Mizc both claim for it that it is tho best in the State Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket Â¬ druff and stops the hair from falling Halls Hair Renewcr prevents dan Â¬ S3T Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket John E Cooper exposed Snyders Re publican scheme ntWeat Liberty Tuesday BST Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Ayers Sarsaparilla is recommended by physiciaus as the only sure blood purifier SST Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Tomorrow Saturday Rev J Z Hancy will bell all his household and kitchen put on said poll books after that date nor at that except he has paid the S3 Mrs Louisa WiNon and her grand aforesaid and in the event said amount daughter Lillie Stephens have the thanks of 3 from each candidate does not pay of the editor andjjiis better- - for some the expenses of said primary election nice apples potatoes and onions the candidates receiving the majority of Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket votes for said offices of Clerk and Sheriff fi shall pay the remainder of said expenses Rev Mr Hawthorne preached at the pro rata The board of election etc Presbyterian church Sunday and will will be published in due time act ns pastor for several months By order of committee Joseph C Lykins Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Chairman Dem Co Com Libby wife of our colored fellow SST Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket citizen Harris Higgins has our thanks F Si L U Tribute to Bister Harvey for Mime nice beets and cucumbers At a called meeting of Campton F 8Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket L U No 191 July 21 1891 the following resolutions were ununimously adopt- Â¬ President Gardner of the State F L U says Democrats should let the ed Whereas It has pleased Almighty God Peoples party alone Gardner knows em DEMOCRATIC Ticket to remove from our midst sister Susan SoF Vote the Harvey a worthy member of this Union Ret olved That by the death of Sister Avers Acue Cure breaks up chills and fever expels malarial poisons from Harvey this Union and the church have the system and restores health War lost a highly respected and beloved memranted to cure ber and the husband and family a loving tST Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket wife and devoted mother officers and Resolved That we the Notice The sale of the booth privi members of Campton Union No 191 leges of the Hazel Green Fair Associa- now assembled extend to the bereaved tion will take place on Wednesday Sept family our deepest sympathy in their 16 at 2 oclock P M misfortune Resolved That the members of this t Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Union wear the usual badge of mourning Our friend Fletcher McGuire has just for 30 days and that copies of these resdiscovered a five foot vein of fine splint olutions be furnished to the decedents coal on his farm two miles from town family to the Hazel Giieen Herald and is rapidly developing the bank for publication and a copy be placed on - Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket file with the records of this lodge J A Williams James H Swango will speak at this J F Vansant VCom J J A 8 TOLRON place Saturday in the interest of the Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Democratic party Speaking at 1 i m SST and the ladies are especially invited MORGAN COUNTY Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Â¬ furniture at auction Votc the DEMOCRATIC Ticket fi Democratic Primary Election Pursuant to an order of the Democrat- Â¬ ic County Committee of Wolfe county there will bo a primary election held in each voting precinct in Wolfe county on Saturday September 5 1091 between the hours of 7 oclock A M mid 6 oclock p M to nominate a candidate for the office of Circuit and Common Pleas Court Clerk and Sheriff of Wolfe county to bo voted for at the regular election in the year 1892 At said election all Demo- Â¬ crats will be entitled to vote For the purpose or paying the expenses of said primary election the candidates for said offices will each pay to the chairman of the County committee S5 on or before August 31 1891 at which time the poll books will be made up and sent to the various precincts and no name will be fir Â¬ Liberty Wisp me laugh and then almost It makes sigh when I read what sonic parties havo written in favor of the new Constitution I do not believe they have so called studied it like a school boy should study a text book but havo been badly de ceived by some designing parties who are seeking oflico or popularity because thev think tho proposed new Constitution e tlu not believo a good will carry and gracious God will ever let such u thing as the document of the new Con Â¬ stitution carry over a people whoprefer to bo a freo piopo How can any sound minded deep thinking man vote for a trashy thing that puts him in about tho same position as being under a king I have a copy of the proposed new Con- Â¬ stitution and have studied it from first to last and while it contains some good tilings it contains enough to ruin tho progress ofy Eastern Kentucky and mako slaves of good men who should be free It really assumes that all Kcntuckiaus should have a guardian for if we possess coal or timber land in the future and wish to sell and could sell lor S1UU an acre we could not do so to any person who is connected with those blessed thor I want to bo left oughfares railroads free to do as I please with my property in the future and will vote for no mea Â¬ sure that is against it The new would be Constitution is against this freedom I am against tho new Constitution I am against anything impeding the prog Â¬ ress of Eastern Kentucky which is shut off from tho business world because we Who wishes to live have no railroads Let every in seclusion but the hermit unbiased mind do all they can to down this proposed Constitution The Repub- Â¬ lican candidates are to a man in favor of this pernicious document which like twin brothers tend in the direction of tyranism May tho scales from the eyes of the blinded and enough clear sights be left on the first Monday in August to bury this document which if adopted would be to tho great detriment or the whole people of Kentucky News except election news scarce Plenty of whisky and drunkenness and nobody to put a stop to it AVett Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Hair Vigor tho scalp euros humors and stimulates a It cleanse Fare 2 Each Way Â¬ new growth of hair J- - Careful and attentive drivers in charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladles C Ayer Dr Lowell Mass Co f or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfully solic Verv respectfully ited W K TABOR Proprietor W 001 DAY a 111 1 wool t UAY THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER ICY N Oflice over Exchange Hank Mnysvillo St Mt Sterling Ky Practice In Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Ilreathitt Kuwait Magoflin and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court ATTORNEYS AT LAW II WITHEIISPOON 11 I Â¬ President IIUNTEll Cashier of Appeals YANKEE Tliis Hank solicits tho accounts of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men CO generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every lacuity ana jonniiiis of the most liberal terms within tho limits of Hats Caps Gloves Straw Goods legitimate hanking oet8ly AND UMBRELLAS CHILLICOTIIE O 82 N Paint St NEW- WITH II BENNETT Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 SEIP STATE OF KENTUCKY Classical Normal School Academic Commercial and Military Courses of PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Agricultural Soiontifio Engineering MME1S Capital Wm BANK MT STERLING KY 26 9250000 Surplus 840000 Chab M Gnuiins Cashier Study o COUNTY APPOINTEES Hoard in dormitory families 3f0 to 4 2 RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term begins Heptwmtmr oth ihoi K Mitchell Prceident The largest capital and surplus and indl per week in private vidual deposits than any bank in this seo For Catalogue address tloi of the State JAS LEXINGTON PATTERSON KY PhD Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY July 27 Elite Trimble Bros WHOLESALE MT STERLING Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket CAPITAL IOOOOOCO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L Kiel Evolution The directors of the Hazel Green Fair Rose Swango There arc three things that I despite will meet at the store of Friday today at 2 oclock P M and a viz to climb a feuce that leans to me full attendance is requested by the presi- to kiss a girl that leans from me and a hypocritical politician Republicans are dent Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket nbw talking in glowing terms of the Peoples party some declaring that they are We have this week crowded out two going to vote that ticket and at the columns of live advertisements to make same time have no more idea of doing it room for communications but wo are tlian they have of going to heaven when nevertheless compelled to leave out some they die I do not have referenco to of them those belonging to tho Alliance for they a Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket have been paying dues for some time to enjoy this privilege but for hardshell a society of Republicans to bo trying to whistle a The Jovial Jaunters young people of town had a basket din- thin skinned tune is the funniest pugnaner at Swango Springs Sunday and the cious demagogism that over got away Hazel Green cornet band furnished mu- from any party They think it is u sweet sic for the occasion morsel that it will catch some sucker Day Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket Democrats but they will never make a saddlo of the third party for Dick Wood Mrs Rachel Samples wife of our fel to ride Democracy in Kentucky To- Â¬ low citizen Charley Samples of Lacy morrow Wednesday we aro to have an Â¬ Creek has our thanks for a line mess other double geared third party can can each of roastine ears beans and toma They tried to baptize us last week but toes The thank tank is improving there being no repentanco or confession jgy Voto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket the day of provocation was exteuded to this week yet from the signs of the H B Mnupin representing D H times it will bo a third party cant cant Carpenter Catlettsburg Ky writes us The would bo Governor S B Erwin that ho will call on the merchants of this and his Apollo Haney dono some old section soon with u choice- line of sam Â¬ ho punching at tho two old parties here ples and requests that they hold orders last week and tomorrow they will bo re- Â¬ for him inforced from Texas and Kansas by other - Voto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket workers armed with their extermination pokers These third party bummers are M ises Junto Potts and Loula Stono making a great ado about the corruption who havo been visitors here for three in tho old parties and try to make the weeks past left Wednesday for their farmers think that they aro not protect- Â¬ homesat Moorfield accompanied by their ed and will soon be annihilated Now beaux Jctson Irvine and M Kerry who what class of meu aro better protected amo up several days since to escort in this country than the farmers Under them our present laws they are allowed freo Voto tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket from execution a pretty good living and but few of them have all that tho law Tho Magoflin county campmecting will allows them Not much danger then of commence Friday August 28th 1811 their being sold out and driven off No nd continue over two Sundays The nation on earth affords such privileges as meeting will bo in charge of Rro Sliced America Still the third party advocates of Paintsville and Mm Dover of Cat Â¬ aro trying to make the people believe lettsburg and others All preachers who that it is a perfect cessjiool of despot Â¬ 103 attend will be cared for Corn is soiling for 76 cent a bushel ism How many farmers have in this section Voto tliq DKMUUUAnu iiCKei it to sell look around you and see See the advertisement of Kentucky Sheep aro in demand but who has them University Lexington which appears in for side I am a jeweler but if I don t this weeks Issue of our paper and write Iihvo a stock of jowelry I can not sell it Prof Chas lxiuls Loos for particulars and I need not blame tho government This is the school James H Hnd Morton for it If I did thoy would not furnish Swango attended last session and they mo the goods all tho samo It take in Â¬ Hiak in high terms of it dustry to make a success in any business -Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket so stick to Democracy till we win Â¬ 6r Â¬ Maytown MUsllc Mr Erwin the Peoples candidate for governor spoke here last week to a crowded house1 He 6ays tho third party has come to stay and gives glowing ac- Â¬ counts of its growth and progress in the MT STERLING KY Northwestern States accompanied by tho threat that if the Democratic party in the South does not walk up and take jj3TConsIgnmentH of modiice and the its medicine like a little man it too will be swept off the earth by the third party Fintronage of Mountain Merchants respect JHly as sure as Heaven stands So far as the Peoples party is concerned the only fig-Â¬ ure it will cut in the next election will AiifaiffrTnitin be to help one of the great political par- Â¬ ties and hurt the other Our own opinvery humble ion is that it will ptoy part in doing that The whole speech seemed to be more of a bulldozing nature than anything else The election is one week from today and no one can give but little idea who of the mountain candidates will be elect Â¬ ed except Hon G B Swango It is conceded by all hands that his election is sure R A Childers bought in Mt Sterling a fine trotting horse and is training him Fraid Dick for tho Hazel Green Fair will get him beat Roily and Miss Florence children of I W Rose are very low with fever 1 Cant tell just how many cases of measles in town w mm BBlS We have more Hazel Qrcen business than any other bank and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well B J PETERS TltEBIDENT JOHN G WINN Cashier Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M Q 200000 Surplus 80000 Â¬ niG8TAFFTrresident L KIRKPATMOK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o ASSOCIATION chants runners traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when In need W W T JfOMrsoN Cash We respectfully solicit tho business of merÂ¬ 4 41 l Â¬ July 27 Wingless Mt Sterling National Bank Tuesday Sept 29 MT STERLING KY Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct Capital 100000 Surplus 16560 h Friday Oct 2 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cashier customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every 1 Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket Another One Agnlnit It Campton Ky July 20 I will with 1801 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m your permission address the renders of your valuable paper nn tho new Constitution I nm against its adoption from the very depths of my henrt for If it is adopted our brightest prospects will he blighted mid nil the hopes of future happiness and prosperity we have oheriHhcd will profit us nothing If it is adopted our land will he worthless for it prevents ur from sell ink to corporations Millions of dollars have flooded the mountains of Hast en Kentucky in this way because corpora tions will pay more for our land than wo can get from any other source Whnt wns it Pincville that boomed Mlddlcsborough IlarbnurvlIIc mid tunny other towns I could Corporations name If the new Consti tution is adopted till our fondest hopes for the rock ribbed and silver bedded moun tains that are to us so denr will bu buried so deep that tho loudeit notes of Gabriels trump will not resurrect them If the new instrument is adopted the liquor men thro out the State will have gained n great vic tory one thnt will enrry sadness to every honest mothers heart one thnt will cause the demoiiR of the lower world to whip their hands for joy if there can be such a thing as joy In tho region of the damned one that will be borne on tho gentle breeze heavenward and will cause tears to fill the eves of mothers on the Klysfnn fields if there can bo such n thing as sorrow in hea ven for it prevent the people from passing any special nets in regard to the sale of liquor Of course there are some things in the new instrument thnt I am in favor of but when 1 put the good in one side of the sealo and the bad in the other the bad over balances the good Therefore I think It should be voted down Kollow eitixens of the grand old Commonwealth of Kentucky I ask you to consider this matter soberly and for the sake of all thats grand and good east your votes against the adoption of the miw Constitution I love this great republic of ours walled by the wide air domed by heavens blue and lit with th eternal stars too well to vote for the new Aoainht It Constitution Mr Cooper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J II Sharp Hruce Trimble T Q Denton SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY Â¬ Havo now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Wo solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ 1ST aPUBXU2R2 ces satisfactory and articles as Competition Open to the World recommended ADMISSION Over 10 and under IS years of ago 25 Cents 35 Cunts Over 15 years aCntjilogues giving pre miums in full will bo ready for distribution Juno 20 and may bo had by addressing LACY w Secretary IDINGFELDER J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO Â¬ Â¬ DRY No GOODS Jffi AND NOTIONS 087 and 54- 1v a Wwt MhIii LOUISVILLE KY 8trt ti H R MAUPIN with V i fir For Booth privileges address J M ROSE Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket President WHOLKSALE DRY GOOML NOTIONS mOT8 SHOW kot GATUSTTSBUllfl KY Wly D H CARPENTER - Hazel Green Herald 4 PKKOKR COOPER PnWUkw gcnsiblo good names they neednt be ashamed of I often wonder said tho mother softly If Abraham Lincoln when ho HAZEL GREEN T KY DEBT We pty ft mun Trhon In debt No pleasure la life docs ho gebtj His bead It will ncho From lying uwncho At nights to worry nndfrobt He borrows from orcry friend Until they refuno him to llond In time he becomes To even his chomes A nuisance desplsod to the lend He looks no one straight In tho eye Without rnndy cash ho must bye On tick and tnko tough Unsatnblo stough And pay for It nwfully hye i r Ho Isnt a frco man at nil To thoao whom he owes ho must crall And crlngi and obey And htdo from tholr woy DliRttlscd In a bonnet and shall was of your age was ashamed of his name 1 suppose wo should live lives so good that everybody will approve of us and then our names will sound good wherever they are heard About this time our hcroino was in Â¬ vited to spend a night with a girl of about her own nge the daughter of a merchant and an only child A sight of tho elegant dresses of the petted child tho costly furnishings of her pretty chamber sent Amanda Jinkum home more than ever discontented if not positively envious For days she dawdled at her work jerked and scolded little Willie while dressing him found fault with her big red hands and referred to herself as a monstrous ugly giant More frequently than over this dis-Â¬ contented girl would speak out fret- Â¬ fully Why cant w have things more stylish Amy Prince does and why had once lived closo beside a railroad truck Johnny was but a creeping baby nt the time of his accident Ono day lie managed to crawl unobserved In front of a passing locomotive and the mischief was done Mr Tho father is a great Invalid Jinkum continued and tho eldest boy a cripple yet the mother never repines but gladly supports them all by taking in washing I doubt if thero is a hap- Â¬ pier woman in town than she In tho same block father and daugh Â¬ ter made another call and wore asked Into a very pretty sitting room Mrs Arnold a tall and rather stately woman was not unknown to both the callers Sho greeted them with smiling grace Mr Jinkum had called tolcavcapurcel of sewing No sooner had they entered tho room than a tall slender girl fully as tall as Amanda came slowly and tremulously forward and laying her emaciated arm over Amandas shoulder said in uncertain lisping tones like a child of three or four years of ago Whydidnt you bo tall as me to get well dont you think so mother Yes dear I think so And then mother 1vo been count Â¬ ing up my blessings I used to feel so about my big red hands and theres poor Johnny Hrown with no hands at all What a great thing it is to bo sound and strong and well every ono of us but Willie 1 wonder I never thought of it beforo Nono of us aro lamo or deformed or blind just think And of poor Oeorgiuna Arnold 1 know now why wo couldnt mother have a now carpet but we can do with- Â¬ out or patch tho old one cant we Certainly dear And something else mother Yes daughter 1 want to tell you how rich I feel Ive got a hero for a father and a a O Howard in saint for a mother Wide Awake four OAMPTOK S S T 00MD9 xoraixMB F RED KELLAM M apl8ly J attention for the cgfyort ef fWki WITH S TIMMOND Wholesale J Grocers PORTSMOUTH O No bb 25 PER WEEK- SALARY Good Agentb to sell oto Wanted for fu live ther information address CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St peddling paid to General line of merchandise Above salary will agents PAPER COLLARS A No vol Chicago 111 Invention Which Hns Oono Into Disuse Without any system of guurd HIh money molts quicker than lunrd And when It Is gono His wittoh ho must pono work huard For others ho cant weV hno When old not a comfort ho knows Dead broke to tho poorliomo ho gows Ami HUfTorn of course One day being unusually unhappy she cried out What a mess theso chil- Â¬ dren do make I dont see whats the use of so many children any wayl Which of them would you bo glad to bo rid of Amanda asked her In health she must have been a girl of raro promise and beauty The hair The kuonost rctnoiirse Till Potters Flold ondoth hl i wowa Down hill It Is easy to roll Hut once you got Into the lioll Of debt you muy climb UOIIAU mother daughter All of them snapped the eldest Yet never In tlmb Oet out to save body or soil II C Dodge In Qoodalls Sun AMANDAS BURDENS Thoy All VaniBhod Aftor Sho Dia covorod Hor Rlohos II K no was longer littlo Mainly 8 h o h u u grown to 1 u r g o strong girl with red eh oo Its und brown eyes lj 1 that wore full of pood nature Elderly people liked to look upon AmanduH dliuplefl aco ntul enjoy her hlushes when strangers spoke to She her had been un Â¬ counted pretty Hho went about hor dally tasks not with the old time skips and songs and smiles but in a listless disconsolate way that did her no credit Amanda had rocontlv discovered that her father was not tho rich man she had all along thought him The lloclc of kids as sho sometimes called tho littlo band of brothers and sisters younger thiKi herself took so much of her mothers tlmo and care and were withal such romps that It was hard for Amanda to do her4 share of keeping the house In order Somehow ovory thing seemed utthjs ilinj to disgijstf A inanUu For one thing sho had become- very sensltlvo about her groat red hands Tho ro jnark of another schoolgirl had given lier new thoughts about her hands although they worn not out of propor- Â¬ tion to jicr rather largo frame al do wish wo woVo riehl ttho would often exclaim looking positively homely in her discontentment Thou nIio would look out of tho windows In a listless droop shouldered way murmuring to herself In this wise The Idea of liv- Â¬ ing In a houso with a rag carpet on tho - and what wuh much hotter a good girl Hut now ulnco her thir- Â¬ teenth birthday a had change had come over her A frown of ten Nttied nphh her one smooth forehead and ML IMtf A t JOHNNY WltOTK A LINK sitting room floor and coming back to jubriglnai rug at thatl pTfairi ujio feometlmo would say to Amandyl hcrwTli in htrong disgust AmaHdy Jinkumt What n namol If folkn would only call mo Amanda it might yW bwne And Jlnkuml Who ever hear h a name It A im1aVjiLtl w mnllinr ought not to tn4 about a thing- like a made up mr miwl JiHltV 4 UB to Ilk otw I do lv - r If t y mfi1PI f miW Vfcttfrlilldnm aaW right dow like to know when it ever looked any bettor cried the girl savagely Tho cruelty of these words to the worn mother proved the last drop in hor brimming cup of trial and live minutes later Mr Jinkum found his wife sobbing in her own room Why Lucy what is the matter he asked Presently she told him how the too frequent keen thrust from their eldest child had wounded her soul After this the two talked over tho un happy change In their once contented I had hoped that Aman daughter das discontentment would soon vanish said her father but I must con Â¬ fess her mood seems to be settling into a conllrmed habit of mind It is because she luls never yet learned how to count up her blessings said her mother Some days after this Mr Jinkum In Â¬ vited Ataaudu to a public concert with him They started early for ho had uuArrand or two to do Amanda was vjiry much pleased tot go with her father to public enterruininentsV he treated her so much like an equal Thoy walked from tho coy furin housc and into the village nearby talking pleasantly of the coming con cert Turning from the principal busi Â¬ ness street Sir Jinkum knocked at tho door of a small house It was opened by a pleasant faced woman with a heavy baby on her loft arm Oli gopd evening MnVtHnkum sho I svip Coino right in said cheerily pose this is your daughter i on aro well You look very well she added polltolv to Amanda- gj AftcrHho Sailers had taken some proffered chairs and there had been a few moments of general conversation Mr Jinkum made known his business which relutedto thp doing bf so mo of the family washing Tho busluoss dis Â¬ patched Mr Jinkum asked And how is your husband to day Oh 1 think he is a trltlo stronger From this point Mr Jinkum by his kindly manner induced tho washer Â¬ woman to talk somewhat freely of her household She spoke of her thankful Â¬ ness that she was able to earn a com Â¬ fortable living at tho tub for tho fami Â¬ ly Each succeeding weak brought her moro worlc And thon baby was tho best baby in tho world tlicroroally never was such a bubylAjui then Johnny was improving itiMilsf studies every day Como here JohnnyMX shb called and lot Mr Jinkum and Miss Ainaudu see1 how Vcll you can write Thus called a llitlo sunny huired fellow of seven years came forward and present Â¬ ed his slate from under his right arm amLfor tho first time Amanda saw that tho boy had lost one arm kbovo tho ol Sov bow and tho other at Iho wrist cral sentences had boon wrltton on his slate inn beautiful round hand Why how could he do It Amanda exclaimed excitedly Miss Amanda how It Is that Show you write said tho mother fqndly Johnny carried his slate to tho table and picking up his poncll w ith his lips pushed it under tho wrist band ami wrote u lino exceedingly well I By and by said tho mother shall cam Johnny a pair of artificial arms Dr Hall says ho can have them fitted beautifully Ho knows a young man who was blown away from a can Â¬ non and lost both arms but siuco ho got his now ones lie has become a tele- Â¬ graph operator Wo aro going to make an operator out of Johnny here Johnny nodded in u matter of fact way as if that business were already settled 0 yes Johnny will make ills mark in tho world if ho hasnt any hands said Mrs llrqwn in a calm cheery tone without an atom of emotion and then she told how ho played marbles and threw atones with hie toes Once ouUldo the houso Amanda hastened to ask her fother how Johnny UrowH had met with hie bad fortune famUj ilerittiter toffee tkat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- My dear said Mrs Jinkum in a mild tone you know how sick Willie has been and I have allowed the rest to play here to save disturbing him The houso generally looks much more orderly than it does to day CO MCMILLAN HAZEN clustered about her forehead In masses of dark curls Hut the muscles of her WHOLESALE face were constantly twitching her gait was uneven and unsteady and it tirement curiously contrasting with tho could bo cuslly been that the poor hard light which accompanied their In Â¬ BOOTS AND troduction about the year 1831 2 Who KNOXVILLE TENN was the inventor of them Necessity in tho form of a starving poet of whoso excellent though they productions were the only one remembered to day fflTlio above goods are handled by J T is a passage quoted by Fielding in tiic DAY A CO Huzcl Green Ky introduction to tho seventh book of Tom Jones No one ever Inquires in a Hroadway furnishing store anymore for paper col- Â¬ lars or paper cuffs and yet less than ten years ago a big trado was done in these articles They have it would seem gone quietly out of vogue their re-Â¬ H ENRY MATLOCK WITH SHOES Id r Bu - --4 umk klf v V If I i iwiiim h AiV- IvAW jT l From Thee all human actions tako their springs The rlso of empires and tho fall of kings See the vast theater of tlmo displayed While oer tho scono succeeding heroes trend With pomp und shining linages succeed What leaders triumph and what monarchi bleed MARKS BROS MARKS AND Perform tho parts Thy providence designed Their pride their passions to Thy ends In- Â¬ ty- - M IK vSCi ItrIt lirKSSINOS j AMANDA COr NTS UP young creature was a more wreck of life and health At the door Mrs Ar- Â¬ nold remarked that ticorginna was growing steadily worse You saw the tall fender about the stove she continued Amanda nodded Sho has fallen on the stove once and so we got the fender Oh I can tell you she continued thero are some things harder to bear She had six of those than dentil dreadful spasms yesterday All this was said with a gentle tearless smile or with firm lips closed as if the con cealineutof anguish had become a tixed habit Mr Jinkum drew his daughters arm within his own and the two walked on in silence Life at the farm soon took on a somber hue Little Willie grew worse The thoughts of the household were centered upon him Amanda gave up her school It seamed as if the mother never left the bedside of her sick boy CINCINNATI O priate to the subject in hand Hut to return The author was Samuel Hoyse j born in Dublin 10JS son of a minister THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN brilliant poor and improvident as most men of his class wore at the time Jibber in his Lives of tho Poets says Whenever his distresses so of him pressed on him as to induce him to dis- Â¬ pose of his shirt he fell upon an arti Â¬ ficial method of supplying one lie cut MOMPAMY some white paper in slips which lie tied round his wrists and in the same man Â¬ 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street ner supplied his neck In this plight he frequently appeared abroad CINCINNATI O Poets in those days could not set tho fashion else poor Hoyse might havo an Â¬ ticipated the Count DOrsay by wearing SBTlie wholesale trade of Eastern Kenno collar at all tucky is respectfully solicited Another article not now inquired for is the dickey This consisted of a shirt TIIE bosom and collar combined They were much called for by the dandies of tho Tittlebat Titmouse genus so linely hit off in Warrens Ten Thousand a Year Hrooklyn Eugle clined Awhile they glitter In tho faco of day Then at Thy nod tho phantoms p s away No traces loft of all the busy scene Hut that romembrauco says the things havo been The last line seems peculiarly appro- - Nos 134 18S RACE STREET HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MALPIN Mistaken Kconouiy There is such a thing as mistaken Amanda had along with tho dull economy Some things we can hiro pain at thought of losing tho little llilllll mm- - nlimmlv tlinn vr nnrt An Notions darling of the household the intoler- them ourselves It would not bo eeo-- Wholesale Dry Goods able sting of conscience She had said nomical for our young doctor to saw slit would like to lose all the children his own wood and take caro of his 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street and how dreadful the prospect of horse if theso interfered with his duty losing even one The wickedness of to his patients any more than it would South Side CINCINNATI O her speech oppressed her How bo for tho wood sawyer to prescribe his earnestly she prayed as sho looked own medicines to save the doctors fee down on tho pale face drawn with Do you know said a prosperous law Â¬ suffering that tho babys life might bo yer to his fellow travolor on the suburb Â¬ spared Sho saw now how Smaginury an train I believe Ill reshlnglo my had been most of her troubles barn during the court vacation I might A letter lay on tho table received just as well as not savo the money tho night before by her father from Hm said his friend dubiously I her Undo George Mrs Jinkum handed hope you will save money but I doubt It to her and she read it wonderingly if that is an economical way to do it Dkah IUiotiikii Your and Lucys letters Tho lawyer did not see the force of this rouched us last night together with your draft for ono hundred dollars Wo had been a good remark until he slid off the roof and deal discouraged having failed to got money broke his nrm Then ho counted up his whoro wo felt wo had a right to expect it but pain tho doctors bill and tho expenso from you with your largo family and sickness wo had expected nothing and lol such a gtft of shingling which had to bo done any-Â¬ Nos 74 find 76 Main Street Tho eyclono that left us without u homo In how and sent word to his friond that if a moment did not wring ntourfrom our eyes ho saved much moro money that way CINCINNATI 0 slnco our little ones wcro safe and unhurt Hut ho would be ruined Youths Com- Â¬ your lottors so touched our hearts that wo toth sat down and cried for joy Wo coul int holp panion US MEYER Â¬ i COMPANY GROSSMAN CO SCHLBUTKER Saddlery and Harness WITH - It Wo will accept tho monoy as a loan but not Tho Doaoon Crushes a Time Honored Lie as a gift and only hopo you have not too much Hecn a deacon In ono church for cramped yourself In sending It echoed tho passenger in You aro tho same dear fellow you wcro when llfteen years wo owned our llrat jnckkntro and pocketbook tho cheek suit Thats a long time I In company and I cant toll you how much we dare say you havo nassed tho contribu bless you With lots of lovo to you and yours tlon baskot through the congregation a I am your over adoctlonato brother great many times Qkouge G WMKERRG0 O JOBBERS INO te Amanda stood by tho table realizing Sho had never thought of her plainly dressed farmer father as a hero Now sho understood why the purehaso of a now carpet had been deferred Now she could guess the moaning of tho hints Mrs Hrown and Mrs Arnold had glvon of hor motherb helpfulness Another week passed Tho strain upon tho family was now almost grout er than they could bear Amanda hud gono up to her chamber but was unable to sleep Her mother softly entered her room Mother Amanda whispered Yes dear Howls Willie Hotter a good deal wo think Oh I am so glad and sho threw hor arms about her mothers neck and soblnnl with joy When sho was ealmor sho said as her mother sat by hor side I havo been a wicked girl So discontented and unhappy about such little little things And here I havo such a good home and father and mother and brothers and sisters aa WiHlc is go Hardware Agricultural Implements Hundreds 6f times roplied the pas senger In tho black alpaca OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO And I suppose -- ha ha you havo MILLS found a great many oh whats this EVAPORATOM Tho deacon with an intensely weary CTAMPION REAPERS A MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS look on his face had drawn from his DOORS pocket and was holding out for tho In- Â¬ Nos 110 A 112AND bASH A SPECIALTY Second Stroot spection of tho man in tho check suit a 91y IRONTON OHIO time stained card on which was print- Â¬ ed In largo lottors tho following inscrip-Â¬ tion nfl Vmi r a vm trr a a im FROM Mto 50 0ENTS ON EVERY jMKVKIl TOUNU Iff A CONTIUIltmONllflxi xjkjuuah IUU BlUiNLU IF 80 WRIT A IIUTTON j ron oun Illustiutkd Catalogue or any sour oh Kivn containing illustrations anr price IN MY UlK all lines represented catalogue Pertinent Question They took mailed free on application tho Fltchbnrg from Hoston to Troy At Address tho Fulls tho brnlceman thrust his head CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLY CO In tho door nnd seemed to interrogate No 178 West Van BuREaTBtt Ilooslck nooslck Alfred Rufiu CniOAGO ILL looked Inquiringly around tho car and discovering no object in need of a nhy Rlclans care appealed to his father Papa vho is slek Puanaceutiwl STATIONERY Kra c lor sale at tkl oMce Lulled Hot Paper only 10 Cg t am ya seed lUtloaerr qai A Chicago Tribune of everything manufactured in the United States at manufacturers PRICKS Â¬ 10000 ILLUSTRATIONS x i - HOME HINTS AND HELPS M- BWMB Housekeeper Mutton Chops with Lemon Wnsh the chops wipe them dry grease tho bars of your gridiron and broil them over hot coals When they are dono lay them on a dish and season them with pepper and salt and baste tliem with butter peel and slice lemons lay a slice on each chop and send thorn to the table This is the French method of serving them lloston Uudget To make ice cream take one half gallon new milk one ounce of gelatine dissolved in cold milk and poured into the milk three eggs the whites beaten separately and foureupjhils of granu lated sugar Mix well and pour into the freezer soon as it begins to freezes add ono pound of chopped almonds one of grated eocoanut one pound of ripo strawberries or preserves and one pint of seeded cherries Ladies Home Jour- Â¬ Â¬ Glass jars of a small size or larjfa tumblers are better for preserves than chirm for should they not keep well it con bo detected- immediately In preserving grated pineapple al lovrone pound of sugar to each pound of fruit let it stand fvclve hours then boil up for one mi mi to and it will bo ready to put in the jars N Y World Orange Sauce Four ounces of Yhito sugar one half pint of water juice of one largo orange cut the yol low rind otf very thin and boil with other ingredients for five minutes De- Â¬ troit Free Press Jackson Cake One cupful of butter three oupfuls of sugar one cupful of sour milk five eupfuls of Hour ono teaspoonful of soda dissolved in the milk one egg spices to suit taste and currants JJostou Herald Lemon Telly One half a box of gelatine soaked in one half pint of cold water one hour add one pint of boiling water one and one half eupfuls of sugar juice of three lemons stand on stove until boiling Strain into molds set in a cool place till ready to serve Â¬ THE JULY WIDE AWAKE la a good number for hammock and veranda reading for old and young as 6omo of the tempting titles show Ono of the interesting features is an illustrated article concerning a famous piece of tho handiwork of ono of Haw- Â¬ Drownc of tho talo of Drownos Wooden Image tho Wide Awake arti- Â¬ cle in two parts relates to Yo Boston thornes characters Deacon Shein Grasshopper namely tho big gilded creature which forms tho Faneuil nail weather vane and is written by Lu cinda J Gregg and Elizabeth Browne McPhcrson tho latter a descendant of Hawthornes Browne it gives portraits of tho Grasshopper and of Peter Faneuil and views of tho thrco Faneuil Halls Other interesting illustrated articles are Amy Robsarts Embroidery and the Gates of Warwick aud Pussy In Private Life by Eleanor Lewis notable mention of notable cats of notablo people There nro two illustrated stories specially crood readincr for tho Fourth Tho Anti Hoy Picnic by Helen A Hawlcy and Tho Itogues Path by James McKay tho latter a historical talo of two plucky children The serials are of goodly length Fivo Little Peppers Grown Up Miss Ma Â¬ tilda Archainbcau Van Dorn and tho Italian child life sorial The short ten mlnuto articles include A Rush Light by Amanda B Harris Sea Daisies by Mary E Bamford Tho Chimney Swallow by Roso Dalton Horology Problems by E II Ilawley of the Smithsonian Institution Fig- Â¬ ure Drawing for Children by Miss Rimmer and others And there aro several bright pieces of verso suited to the popular taste The four pages of Men and Things nro highly enjoy- Â¬ able WiDh AwAKnisS2l0ayear iO cents a number A specimen back number will be sent on receipt of 5 cents D Lothrop Company Publishers Boston Â¬ at a Itnromotcr Coffee is an excellent barometer be causo it is such a good absorbent On tho cvo of a rainstorm grinding coffee is dlfllcult and almost impossible whllo when thero is no danger of wot weather it is quite easy In establishments whero a boy is kept steadily employed grinding coffee ho Is often asked whether It is Kuiut iu liiiu ur uuu mm uu murmurs of half holidays anxious assistants fre- Â¬ quently look at and even touch ground coffee Northern Counties Grocers Review Talma go at Woodadalc Island Park Tho famous Dr T Do Witt Talmage will lecture Tuesday July 14 at Woods dale Islaud Park that peer of outing grounds located on the Miami river aud reached only via tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Davton R R The subject of his lecturo will be Is tho World Bettci or Worse of which he will discourse in his Inimitable mnnner Special trains will bo run all day to tho island from Cincinnati Dayton nnd Middle town round trip tickets for which will bo sold at tho uniform rate of fifty cents from the cities mentioned and all Intermediate points Tickets will in clude railroad fare and admission to tho grounds and lecture tho latter being set for 4 oclock in tho afternoon Here is a grand opportunity to enjoy a days outing at the glorious Woodsdalo and hear Talmage for tho railroad fare alone and that but half tho usual lecture fee Coffee Â¬ PiHPLits are inexpressibly mortifying Remedy Glenns Sulphur Soap lllUa Hair and Whisker Dye fiOcouts WiMrtWlli DONALD KENNEDY WWM M 1 Thb crank is tho only tnnn who Is al ways what ho is uruelccd up to ba Columbus Post -n Do not purgo nor weaken thobowols but ant nnnInlK nn tlm Ihmnm1 lilln A iifni j Of Roxbury Miss says i i liver corroctor than uo vacation Cartors Llttlo Liver Pills Jaobox thinks that half a loaf Is fecttoi llostoa Herald Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Seated Ulcers of years standing Inward Tumors and every discane of the skin ex- Â¬ BnoKcniTis Is cured by frequent small doses of Plsos Curo for Consumption 40 mencement Scholastic beginning of tho end com Â¬ Â¬ apolis Journal you aro mistaken Tho phrase a literary treat hns no rerercuco to the sotting up or books by tho nrinter Indian- No Ethel nal suit the taste Soak tapioca in tho water four hours Set within a sauce Â¬ pan of boiling water and stir frequent ly If too thick after it begins to clear add a little boiling water Add rind and juice of lemon when quite clear and pour into a mold To be eaten cold with cream It is also very nice flavored witli orange Good Housekeeping Stuffed Heefsteak Take a rump steak about ono inch thick make a stutling of cracker crumbs seasoned with salt pepper and sage add a few oysters and ono egg spread the dress- nig over tho steak turn it roll up tie securely put it into a deep baking pun with a good quantity of water and corn well cook slowly about two hours oc casionally basting it When the meat is done thicken the gravy and pour over it carve in slices through steak and dressing Boston Herald Cheap and good looking screens are made out of palm leaves and are orna Â¬ mented with great clusters of beautiful foreign grasses One large and very effective screen consisted of five palm leaves painted white and gold and ar ranged as a fan It was decorated with a large posy formed of pampas grass silky pompons bulrushes everlasting daisies thistles and pretty colored grasses Tho wall decorations consist edof single palm leaves painted a lively color and adorned with a bunch of flow Â¬ ers and grass Â¬ Â¬ Tapioca Jelly One cupful of tapi- Â¬ oca four eupfuls of cold water juice of a lemon and part of rind sweeten to The length of tho carriageway on the Brooklyn bride is 5080 feet The number of carriages and other vehicles crossing nmounta in a day to 4000 From 8 in the evening until 0 oclock next morning about 300 carriages or wagons cross Then the number increases to 100 between 0 and 7 and 200 between 7 and 8 and to H00 in each hour between 8 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon Fron 4 to 5 and from 5 to fi the crush is greatest and reaches 400 an hour Between fl and 7 it falls to 200 and between 7 and 8 to 100 after which business again becomes dull These arc of course average figures as the traffic varies according to the weather and the season but is always greatest between 4 and 0 in the after- Â¬ noon and least in night hours Â¬ Juno July nnd Auguat Tho most charming Summer Resorts of which thero aro over thrco hundred eholco locations nro to bo fouud in Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota South Dakota and tho Peninsula of Michigan along tho lines of tho Chicago Milwuuhco St Paul Hy N arly all aro loented near lakes which have not been fished out Tlieso resorts nro easily reached by rail way nnd range In variety from tho full dreSSfnr tlitllim- t ilin lrmiinlaiii f onn- tumo for ovory meal SnrTKMnnu and Octohkk Tho finest shooting grounds in tho Northwest nro on and tributary to tho lines of tho Chicago SL Paul Uv Milwnukeo Thn rrnn nt Pralrio Chickens will bo oxccptionably good this rear also Ducks and Geese In Northern Wisconsin aud tho Peninsula of Michigan sploudld Deer shooting is to bo had Full information furnished freo Address Geo H Heaffokd Gen Puss Agt Chica- Â¬ - Mr Lorenzo F Sleeper is very well known to the citizens of Apple He ton Me and neighborhood Eight years ago I was taken says sick and sufiered as no one but a dyspeptic can I then began tak- ing August Flower At that time I was a great sufferer Evcry- thing I ate distressed me so that I had to throw it up Then in a few moments that horrid distress would come on aud I would have to eat and suffer For that again I took a little of your med- Horrid icine and felt much better and after Stomach taking a little more Feeling August Flower my Dyspepsia disappeared and since that time I have never had the first sign of it 4 August Flower cept Thunder Humor and Cancer that lias taken root Price 150 Sold by every Druggist in the U S and Canada GOLD MEDAL PAKIS 1S7S W BAKER COS Breakfast Cocoa from which tha iei of oti t httn tiwoJ haa tnor Ikan IArv ffmti f ttrtnpth of Cocoa hiUikI with BUreli Arrowroot or Bujr ml I tlir rcfora far mom co tionilnil coiling hi than tctntittup llladellrlou noar hlti trrtJftiiYttltiff KitiLT DIOIbtiij nnd ailml lily nriahtrU for loralUa well na for perorn In health Sold by irocr r rifrynfccr W BAKER CO Dorchester 11 Wo la absolutely pnnt it it lelMbl In am4 rauiru Chemicals lit ptpratloB Il lUiJiH u Mail Â¬ LY IIEWIS 98 rKRTQMM I rOWDEREDAND Tho trnnoft Rtitl ruryt Iya made Will umUo tho brat Hr luiiied llnnl Hoiiplii Mmttiutna Kifiollt mtlM It lU till iMlt for akaiiHlnir vrnftto plpun ll liifootlnir mules flnnutii wish In bottles palntu tree oto PATKNTKIl lean eat anything without the least fear of distress I wish all that are afflicted with that terrible disease or the troubles caused by it would try August Flower as I am satisfied there is no medicine equal to it PENNA SALT MTQ CO Gen Ants Phlln 1a go 111 FASHIONABLE MILLINERY fancy Colorn Much In Kitvor ill lrcHnt What a delicate flimsy perishable thing of beauty is the fashionable mil- Â¬ linery of the present season Lace braids gauze tissue mousselinodesoio and all sorts of transparent and semi diaphanous materials go to make up FmsT Up first served Puck the hats and bonnets which are most commonly seen on our promenades Adove his biiBinoss tho boss Puok And the colors have been borrowed from Castile soap could hardly bo soft soap the dawn of the morningthe blue of tho i sky and the silvery white of the clouds Tub way of tho whirled round and And old women and little girls with all round intermediate ages are wearing them UsiutxT cornered postago stamps Fancy u woman of sixty live in a bon Â¬ A distinction with a difTorcnco lad net of pearl colored gauze trimmed and a ladder Mail and Express with stand up bows of rose pink silk grow and ribbon velvet Hut this is just Absence makos tho heart But not absence of mind Puck What wo see every day mores the pity fonder The milliner must furnish her customer Tho Raw Material What material la with hats and bonnets in the latest very often used lu a basobull game Buntfashion even though she flics in tho ing BrooklynEuglo face of good taste to do so Phobably aU up with it ttao trolly It 1h a curious fact that there arc system evolutions in color customs as well as One of tho barbarisms toasting ladies in other things and tho preseut over- hot weather Chicago Light whelming fancy for light colors and gun must tints is a perhaps natural reaction from to A boldieii with o kicking Picayune learn flro and fall back N O the very general use of black which has keen the favorite street colors for many TnE beauty of poruuaslon generally Ilea In tho fact that tho man persuaded talnka seasons past differently Lowell Mall The propriety and wisdom of such a m tho age for light colors may readily be What did Spartacus say whenwas Hon Said ho questioned by any thoughtful person ate up his daughtorl Blnghamton Republican who takos the trouble to observe the pfoinennders Bokes How about that ossified man thoroughfares think Its a do ay great cityon tho note tho streakedof ypsyouhoB bonifiedbona fide easel 9b and to Brooklyn enough jaded appearance- of tho pearls helioÂ¬ Eagle tropes wood colors tan shades and Mary wontyou reck AN appeal to arms eht grays that everywhere meet the baby I jes No ball club likes to see ita score printed In answer to criticisms on tho use of tneso colors it may bo said that the In round numbers jashion is good for trade as such goods Time wasted in fault finding can be bet through but a few wearings and ter employed seeking profit Texas Sift DH dresses must bo provided as my lnwy has never a dress fit to go out in Gxxexallt speaklBg a bad bey galas more pounds lu a year than a good koy j account of streaks faded places and Kcnerally f rayed and dingy appear Prison Mirror A QoKSTiojr Doee a grass 1widow ever the lowr edKa of the WrU a g reea eld age --Freddy ad draperteg grow N Y Ledger Â¬ glad-o-atoer Â¬ We had amateur theatTag ricals one night on tho steamer coming De Jag Were over they suc De Tng Well no in the cessful middle of the play the steamer gave a lurch and all the actors ran to the rail and threw up their parts Smith Gray fc Cos Monthly Holden Chappelle 01 in love but Yes I am in the theatricals bashful But what character do yen think I am Miss Brat Â¬ best fitted to impersonate who believes that procrastination tle All things con- Â¬ is the thief of time Har Â¬ sidered I should say a waiter vard Lampoon It is said of a magistrate nt Bidde ford who is a great believer in muscle that it is a common thing to find hiin at his law oflice with his book on a high shelf level with his eyes busily reading law and swinging five pound Indian clubs or taking some other exercise without interference with his studies A lady wrote to an editer fir a re- Â¬ ceipt for pies and tlie editor replied thnt he would send the receipt up soon as he received tho pies De Â¬ TnE hen pecked husbnnd who misses n trnin ho has promised his wife to return on catcher it when ho gets homo Boston Courier Delightful Ileiiorty Our renders who nro desirous of finding to spend should Elcasant places that tho the Summer NorthChicago mind western Hallway furnishes ovory facility for a rapid safo and comfortablo journey from Chicago to Waukesha Madison Lako Geneva Neennh Marquette St Pnul Min Â¬ neapolis Dulutli Ashland Lake Minncton ka Yellowstono National Park and tho mountain resorts of Colorado nnd tho far West Fast vestlbulo trains equipped with reclining chairs parlor ears palaco sleeping nnd dining ears atlord patrons of the North western every luxury incident to travclby a first class railway Excursion tickots at reduced rates and descriptive pamphlets can be obtained upon application to any Ticket Agent or by addressing W A Tiikall General Passenger and Ticket N W Ity Chicago 111 Agent C Â¬ Â¬ A common remark IT you tnka Tutta IMtUyoti cuix out anything you like nut fool no bud effect Tlioyitct pucllloitlly on tho liver tomiich mill Iiuwela culnir n free flow iifirustrlo Juice which la cntltil to g ooil illffratlou nul reifiilur bowel Rev K IturU MuniituFlaityi Tutta XIIU nro held In hluh rrpu o n allvcr Itejr ulutor I hardly know how wo could get nlnntr without them ChllW nnd fnvurhuvo loit their ilrcud Our people take one or two cloaca ofthe 1111 unil follow It with lirtern nrnluaoriilnliir dlvlileilln threoiloieadur lull the iliiy The chill never return It Disagrees with Me WHITMANSnre5 PLUH6EJLPERPETUAL no mfT J lonny litivrr Ircaa and iimiltMfor llnv Htm Wool Always vlctoilmi Klrat Premium Kcrrlvrtl at U prominent fnlra or paat flvn yraro over Dortorlck and other MhiMrMr1 Otnltiua Irra WHITMAN AMIlL CO Ht loala Ma aar-ipii-- Junrftntrrd aunrrlar Dont Fear Now Also Otst STEAM PRESS In America Liver Pills Tutts0HILLS FEVEE CURE AND 41 IIAV CnUPD cuncu T0 STAY CURC0 Wc want the naincuul ilfl I iCV Cn drco every mllerer in uJ tlia U S nm Canada J Irrvi ACTUM A iurcijniTMMiiuju Hu I zllvAli A Price 25c Offico 39 Park Place N Y Send fur Inventorn Initio or How to Olitaln u lMimt ScntlforDlcottOf lKNHlOJM und IIOLVlY IAWH PATRICK OTARRELL - WABUINQTON D 0 Patents Pensions GOLDEN MEMORIES st nclllnc looW nf tin yi nr tl Wrlln fur tertji dontdclnv llvs a iATiiNlwi6tliAvcNtnty Ix x lnnrHrVi U WNAJU 1 11 la IAIIKmi uai jnwt wiirN witrrivu lata tltal jou aptr ANKE 1331 to la AiviitTiHiitH ri Advcrllcvmaul la taU kk Tun nenshoro nnd tho mountains nro In their annual light nnd so far tho sea shore is showing the most Band Elmira for Â¬ iuclte 800 PM All trains daily Tourist tickets aro now on snlo and can ho had of ticket agents of all roaiis ant nt Burlington Route depots in Chicago Peoria and To Colorado vlti llurllugton Itouto Only Ono Night on tho JCoud Lcnvu Chicago at 1 00 P M or St Louis at Si A M and nrrlvo Denver 015 P M tho next day Through Sleepers Chair Cars and Dining Cars All Hallways from thu East connect with these trains and with similar trains via Kurlington Route to Denver leaving Chicago at 010 P M St Louis ntSMfiP M and Peoria at3ii0P M and Â¬ OS afO Thero is no better plnco than Colorado for tboso seeking rest nnd pleasure Why do they say when n man Wooden is a little Intoxicated that ho bus an edge Why because tie cum up Wngg onl so Bobton Courier Tho hfgh position attained nnd tho uni versal acceptance nnd approval of tfio pleas Â¬ Â¬ St Louis cle which saves one half the time and labor CAN N O WOMANfair trialAFFORD to an arti to refuse a ratifying to AU ant liquid Iruit rouiedy Syrup of Figs as the most excellont laxative known illustrate tho valuo of tho qualities on which its bucccss it based and aro abundantly grati fying to tho California Pig Byrup Company Take oaro of tho pcnnlos and you will soon have a larger amount than will bo legal tender Iuclt Pills They aro a positive euro for sick headache null all thu ills produced by dis ordered liver Only ono pill a dose BunoiKT snys tho most dlfllcult part of a llliighuui drinking song is tho refralu ton Republican Â¬ of washing and house cleaning and pro- Â¬ duces better results than any soap known Such an article is JAMES PYLES The many millions of PEARLINE packages of Pearline consumed annually testify to its merits likewise the many Â¬ imitations beware of these they anni- Â¬ hilate the dirt and the clothing with it Win donft you try Carters Llttlo Liver Â¬ Â¬ AbL Hwaaamjll aaV i fapaMaCl 1 flP solid cke of scouring soa p used r cleaning purposes ur SAP0L18Itis5T Advice taA takl laMMS VaLA yid U nscrbe marrieA eHdad Bonhreruseall -- I 1 it The Turning Point I With many a maa la Kino trWIal net b1 a mar M 1 recommendation of annw frlrpdto try M KfaklBffoo4 worn ar M t n u niHrmi Trkrraver It ttaa becu tried there bav alwtjt feodrewlu auMvrd thallvMnriiuiurotM ror ta asked a maid if she would wed And in my home her brightness shed She faintly smiled and murmured lowf If I can have SAPOLIO 1 X- M - S S S for aof tan m ayHaiitlrt Ih uggltts I ell It WITT SPECIFIC A treattM ob Wood Cajktx or tm u Uunus and Socm fkit Bun PmritHM a Btla DbtMM n 114 j Bloob FetsemM - rMnll Cures vliere aU TYaaA HUIM UUlMUTVn filwtaatvw it VttaUUmMAnJaul YlaaV TM I PhMMHtnt whA nywilila V t W ufcial flal uvjaaaiwu mjfmgvmm talto tl l CO 111 Kagl JDrawar 9t Atkwtai Geu Ill mE Saving to the State treasury by mW Constitution The last legislature cost the State of Offloinl Organ of tho Tenth iKyj Kentucky for lilt days at an average of i Congressional Dlstriot 1008 per day the sum of 1W112 the days same Legislature restricted to - - Editor B F DAVIS of Ezol Yearling exhibition 23UK jh by the new Constitution would have 2 03 tttTn whom nit communications intended cost the State 12880 11 saving of 2JU v record heat lihir y ear old record 2 22 live lor tltlM department should lie nddrcHcd third 272 1881 123 j Trial Oct old In addition the State paid to the Pub- - year 2 17 2104 fourth heat 8TATB OFFKJKUS trial Courier Journal which is Hhiek horse lf hands Vinclics high foal- Hay horse Ifi hands T T OAUDNKit President llitrihvoll lie Printer the sum the 1722805 for of Company ed June o 1H83 Hred at Ashland Park JJ 1 Davih Secretary Ezol inches high foal printing 4801 pages of which 212 pages Sired by RANKER 4144 GiiAiuiw Pack Treasurer Sin ed May 1878 Tho were for general laws and the remainder Own brother to LyHimder sire of Lvsiimlcr W M Uaiiky Lecturer Gold City handsomest sou of if 1071 were for private and local acts Ilov LVOKt WnttlM K William Keaniev rxiMTvicoMMiTTir his great sire and which will be prohibited under the new 2 JhlA livsander Chief 1510 W It HiioWMii OliiiHtcad the handsomest of Iirhtdaui lattle Iatchen trial 238iraiidaui Constitution H O Hhown Clinton of Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Muinbrino general legislation is any trotting bred If nothing but T J Dooms Fineliville Patcheii sire of the dams of Guy Wilkes passed the session of the Legislature horse In the United MbTIUUT OKFWE1W Astral 218 Rosa WilkcsJilSVi HI 215 need not bo over 10 days If limited to States Hour 217 and Cleora 218 vlru218 A 1 Ktvoo lrenplent Kothwell that it would cost tho State 42720 a 2 others in the 2K list ii L Kahh Sec ft Trens Onier saving to the State of 117414 Sired by George Wilkes 222 Second dam Mamly by Stanhopes Wood NATIONAL OFFItKHS Hawk-- sire of dam of Almont 2274 and The aggregate cost of grand jurors in lrcHidont L L IorK Washington D J tho State for tho last two years has been Aley Wilkes 22tf Sire of Harry Wilkes 2135 Guy Wilkes Seey J II TuitSKli reduce the number one fourth Third dam rattle bv Dowuings Vermont 00777 2loK Mike Wilkes pucer2lfiX Wilsire of the dam otKiilgmii 220 Mambrino son 21K So So 217K Wilcox pacer would bo 52277 a saving to the State aire of Kit Curry 2lSft Hull flrucu 240 Tim Old mill Nut CoiiHtltutloii 210K Uosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 2lKi of 17000 by a reduction to twelve jury- Â¬ Hon Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Joe Hunker 210X Flora Wilkes pacer Here U a tabulated Htutcmcnt allowing men by tho proposed new Constitution ner Hov 223 and slro of tliu dams of Abel what largo exemption are given to tho Commonwealths Attorneys 10 at 224 ff Col llradsliaw 220jjf Nelly Ii 2 XA Tom Rogers 220 etc rich mul professional men and how small 2r00cch 4 COO under new Consti 22JK Gambetta 221 The King 22K Outlaw 221 Vf Pearl 210 to the poor and tho ineclinnica of ICen tution 10 at C00 each 9C00 a saving First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesso by Thomas Jefferson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet tucky under the present law and how to the Statu of 38000 He N a beauMfuf bhiek with riuht hind A V Pantlind sire of Loretta V 218 the proponed new Constitution favors the Recapitulation on above alone 15 Lady M W- ankle white sUiikIm over hands high and is 220K Truro pacer 222itf Flora 220 223 Under tho present law tho ex Legislature poor and having both bone a perfect horse all Leontine 223K Hrookside einption of household furniture irt Hneci J nd Jurors V92 and substaueu combined with the form and the dams of Thornless 218f Cyclone 7 Hi F L U DGPARCmGOC 1891 Ashland Park Stallions forCLOUD WEST BERMUDA 5874 tuo-yeiir-o- FAYETTE WILKES 1 I lli 5105 Out of the dam of Black Cloud hire out of the dam of Wilson Bay horve foaled March Ashland Park 31 217f his 2WA Bred at 20851 Â¬ 1881 Â¬ Sired by ABDALLAH WEST Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam thcCluke pacing mare Â¬ 111 I lie and alloWH250 worth The rich nave thin the ioor have not one tenth of it Under tho now Constitution the poor man can Huppletneut his hoUHchold fur- Â¬ niture with other property up to 2fi0 ko that placcH him on an equal footing with the rich householder Under the present law tho library of a professional man up to 2f0 is exempt and tho poor 0 is ex Â¬ mcchauicH tools worth 2f or empt to him This is grossly unequal So in tho new Constitution neither is exempted and tho poor man will pay only on tho 25 and the rich man on his 2r0 library COMPAIIATIVK JIoiiHohuld furnltiiru IrofcMiionul library Sewing and knitting iiittulilues Agricultural Implements anil machin Fanners present exemptions FAITH AND FlUUlirS 20 M CO Â¬ ery Cattle 2o r r JlmiHchold fnrnltnie A horse or yoke of oxen arming utcuMI INiultry Meat 011 hand Cow Farmers under new Constitution 1 2 000000 total 000000000 which is an f0 increase of 20 per cent This increase is J10 10 obtained by taxing banks and corporate 20 property like oilier property is taxed 20 It has been stated that the new Conllrenilstufl f0 stitution repeals the local option law Sewing iiiaehiiio 2f which is false in fact if not in motive Wagon am harness 2 The local option law is a general law and is not touched by the uow Constitu-- 55 tion We have expressly provided for Mechanics prcaont exemption All mcclmnloV tooUou huiidcMiiiiatcil 50 its being put in operation bv Section 03 That section Household furniture eHtlmuted r0 of the new Constitution concludes as follows 100 All laws of a general nature shall Professional men have a uniform operation throughout the Household and kltehen furniture 50 State and no law except such as relates Library NUrglcal Instruments cto 2f0 to the sale of vinous spirituous or malt Iks enacted to take eflect KOO liquors shall upon the approval of any other author- Â¬ Mechanics under new Constitution Tools on hand fiO ity than tlie General Assembly except Household furniture 60 as othorwiso expressly provided in this Other personal property ICO Constitution L T MOORE Catlettsburg Ky 250 rrofesnlonal mult 2il In the mouth of two or three wit Â¬ Hanks State and National nesses every word shall bo established Taxation under present law General And now 1 como in as a witness and tesStatutes Chapter xcii Article 2 Sec tify that what the Hon L T Moore has tion 1 said is true and he certainly is authority Section 1 That shares of stock in on these matters lie has been a lawyer Statu and National banks and other in of established reputation for more than stitutions of loan or discounts and in all t wen ty Hve years has been in congress corporations required by law to bo taxed has been Judge of the Court and many on their capital stock shall be taxed 75 other important trusts have been con Â¬ cents on each sharo thereof equal to 100 fided to his care all of which he has on each 100 of atock therein owned by faithfully discharged aud ever been individuals corporations or societies standing for tho people And said hanks institutions and corpoAs ever your friend rations shall in addition pay upon each J E QUICKS ALL 100 of so much of their surplus undi- Â¬ 5aT Vote tho DEMOCRATIC Ticket vided prollts or undivided accumula Consumption Cureil tions as exceeds an amount equal to 10 per cent of their capital stock the same An old physician retired from pracrato of taxation that is assessed upon real tice having had placed in his hands by estate which shall be in full of all tax an East India missionary the formula of State county and municipal a simple vegetable remedv for the speedy Now to illustrate take the Northern aud permanent cure of Consumption Hank of ICentucky tit Lexington Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma aud all Capital stock IR13PH Throat and Lung Aflectiuns also a posi Surplus not taxed 101000 tive and radical euro for Nervous Debil- Â¬ Ileal estate safes mid llturus not ity and all Nervous Complaints after taxed estimated 20000 having tested its wonderful curative pow Totnl amount lll7JUM ers 111 thousands of cases has felt it his On this amount they pay on IS KID duty to make it known to his suiloring shares the sum of to the State fellows Actuated by this motive and a only Now should this bank have to nay desire to relieve human suflering I will tax under the New Constitution and as send free of charge to all who desire it other people do now under tho present this recipe in ucriimu trench or Lug Constitution the account would stand lish with full directions for preparing aud using Sent by mail by addressing thus W A Stlurt SO with stamn uaniinir till paper iiulo tax 12We on eaeh 100 bounty lax So 1I0S1 25 Novia 820 Powers Hlock Rochester Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well 38000 llnish characteristic of the cross he so Mamrepresents viz llaiiihlctouian sire and brino Patched dam This cross stands as the have very best because public of 242 demonstrated its value performancesrepreThe public printing consists Of its many pages for genoral laws and at the rate sentatives not one is the superior of Bermu This explains da for not one has demonstrated the same above would cost 858 the animus of the Courier Journal oppo- ability to train on from year to year beginning in the yearling form none are better sition better Under the old Constitution there is no lired orsire he looking is of course his first Asa limit to which counties may not be taxed colts being foaled in 188 untriedyearlings now by Legislative enactment Under the Judged at this ago no stallion ever sired new Coiifctitution see Section 151 coun- more uniform natural gaited colts with speed ties aro limited to CO centH on the 100 unprecedented Me will stand for mares which would be a saving to Hoyd county season of 1801 at S200 TO INSURE the 100 at the of 10000 to say nothing of SherilVeoni money to be paid as follows time of service and the other 100 when the mission of 7C cents on 100 as taxed mare proves in foal Doing limited to SO outnow side mares parties wishing to breed to him Under the new Constiution there will had better book their mares early be brought in for taxation not now as I breed sound highlv finished trotters and have Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return 100000000 which sessed for taxation would reduce taxation nearly 20 per cent for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land Lor For further information see See Wilsons Re- sale at prices based on actual individual merit for State purposes catalogues which ciui be had on application Mares kept at regular rates B J TREAGY Ashland Park Lexington Ky The proont amount of taxable port property in the State is now 500000 000 increase bv new Constitution 100 Commonwealth Attorneys Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Public Printing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and represented to be bv Browns Bellfoiin der Abdullah West died at six yeans old He was tlie most promising colt ever bred West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 indies with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and He is a powerfully built horse for hocks Ids height and has the most finished set of feet and legs its possible to get on a horsv he gave of any breed As a evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handling he trotted u aud half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work M Granby 225 4i Graceful 223 223 in 2IUM At three years old1 he was not Haniletta 221K trained owing to a very severe attack of Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 220K Cap pink ee He also done no wrtrk on the As a tain Clay Drift wood aiitlgraudam ot Mar- truck as a lowe paeer 215 by Canada Chief sire he was jogged and trained lightly more for of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook- tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entire lv recovered than with a view of testing hiv etc er sire of Maud Maeey 217 In a few months he trotted a full speed Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 This season Blanche 225K bv imp Yorkfchiie sire 1S00 he served a few inures of my own and of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black was not put to work until September and Ho Cloud 217K his improvement was most remarkable repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced he will with a seasons trainhire of Prince 227i ten miles in 2808 ing trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mares 1SU outside of ten of my own at is within the season of The fee of Fayette Wilkes 50 THE SEASON money due attune reach ot nll and lower than that of any of service or before removal of mare The horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal SEASON SIOO Â¬ two-year-otwo-year-o- Nom Abdnllah West 283 by Allie Wilson Westlst dam Miss Coons dam ofOhio by 2d dam Clark 2liK7 by Clay 3dChief brought from Ohio dam American Â¬ four-year-o- ld five-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 7r7777y77y777jyr7Viry77V7T yrTK 1892 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIU8T TEKM BEGINS Mm tMt Will ffiiiti QkJb WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Bart paper hangings AND MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Hates of Tuition per Month H INTBRIE BEG0EATI0NS No 32 West s s 100 srPnyalile 150 and 200 Fourth Street CINCINNATI one half on entering School the other at middle of term W H MEARA President O G MITCHELL Secretary 0 si A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llM2r joliooltaxr0o Total tax Under present law 1 liy tax We l 120SII W N Y 50 VST ln SltUttO 11 litAO l itf 111 Id 71 Dillereuce --Heal estate etc for tuiunty kuluifll tax 2il00Q nt 1U municipal and ISWOO 213 iit 71 llalunccou which not taxed Now take tho whole capital stock of anks in tho State reported at 887ol 150 Dans Commercial Report State t ix on same under tho prcMDt law would If naid capital amount to 2JIii8S2 A Tovtr rolling Uouttnly Itouk and surplus not taxed under pica MitGUiMivi the only permanent cure law but should pay tax under tho eit Constitution as people in Catlotts for nil forms of headache and neuralgia 5ew Wurg have to do tho account would relieves tho pain in from 10 to 20 min utes For sale on positive guarantee at fraud thus r mo nix MMfjiiHi esH TuKIIkkaid oHice ortwnt jHWtpaid by box rkLi m 1Wrilrtf -irH ii tr mall on receiptor price 50 cent If nil Uy lax K 210a8J 17 Vote the DFMOCRATIC Ticket ll Wool tax m iasM 75 Â¬ Â¬ k We have heretofore notified all persons that wo will not dd any further credit business Wo need money to meet our debts and tlipsm indebted to ii must ay aud not one cents worth more creu- t will he cxtcmuKt to any one who owes us as much as one cent now luisis emphatic and final and we will not hon Respectfully or any mbrd orders J T Day vt Co Jiilv 15 Voro the DKMOCRATIU Ticket yi Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket Insl Notice inul Kiilr Warning FItEE SCHOLARSHIPS lv Any scholars takii g first and second lion 7jTiiAjujLJZi or 8 on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall be entitled to a free soholur ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in theAeademy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following k3o mountain counties vi Hreahitt Clay Kl The undersigned takes pleasure in announcim that thevv Imve lusi nnnmlntixi nr liott Flowl Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin rangements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school- Meuelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow books adopted by the State Hoard of Edueat ion at tlie following reduced rates VA Hays wsw 1 irst Arithmetic ell and Ho wan provided such arrange Mcuutteys Small Printer lr iAfitt i ill vi 8ki ments huve been made for the competitive Second Arithmetic Kclectlc Speller 17 examination b the common school authorThird Arithmetic fin ii First Header 17 ities or with their consent as shall enable Key to same r0 ii M Second Header ao High Arithmetic each student of common school grudes to 8 ii Third Header 42 compute for the scholarship and the appliKev to same 7r ii Fourth Header McGufleys 1st Eclectic Geography cant therefor shall bear a certificate from 55 ii Fifth Header highi the examiner that he has obtained the 2d hclectio GeographvS 1 10 ii Sixth 81 est mark attained upon tlie examination in 1 30 ill j clectie Geography j nt-- aoove scnooi uooK publications ol the American Hook Company ure his count standards nud we shall at all times have a full supply on hand for Mile to school officers ROARDINO teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published bv We are arranging to build n Dormitory Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly the American low prices that will accommodate t0 boarders and will J- - T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky have it readv for oecupancv by the opening of school iMicru will not lie nnv more trou The cost of too high board ble about board will be tlie lowest possible We will be prepared to do better work During tlie next session tlian ever before summer the school will be supplied with maps charts globes etc etc You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates nie low our methods of teaching Normal we keep J H cL I HI m N abreast witli the tide of education Our pu pils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town iu East ern Kentucky free from many of ills of A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS railway towns and those of more populaAS tion no saloons or harbors of temptation THE BEST REMEDY PfiR Tlie people welcome strangers aud intju PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOH MEDCO euecs for good are thrown around them STLOUlS M0 w ill be under the supervision All boarders of the teachers Send for catalogues etc fntStii SjjJjM2J2iJJ GHEAPSS vtji mmi book n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H c LN J Â¬ Â¬ CURES N0THIN6 BUT PILES Piie c WM MayS 1801 H CORD PHINCIPAL J F GAPP Jeweler EZEL KY jiar v HAZEL Gil REN KY Wrt if IwJliH x Sfktt mxTmmmmKEm mFmmf J4 4wi UNDERTAKER NVNJ ANH liKAlKIt IV S- - IIS1 MBJiilU mi itMsP mosEmsmiimBitifesstak 10 vsmi UnM l rlC nnrriMG nAcyrTa uu L u m nmmmgs of ah Kinds ru ll l KlvnSlvnWrv1 lBl Wlv shrt 0itl m1 at li BT- w 11 V jttki ciiwioiJ 1 -- I tw VU COFFINS OF AI -- vo a line - I rM leri- ad - 11 - rs IJ J tflHI Rl LS 8M4 CWrirfll M M9r W i w if ix - r TSSWSl jisxi 31 iV U- i it rOJalK - troubled with ncrvdiuncM reiuhc -- Sow eiwecoyerwork will l rvlto d fcyu bM trade FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED Uti ru MKh llut l u1 TOMBSTONES I Afennf r Tombstonef MBrWu r yloueapricesf m SKlly rwllEv VKN1 l wape i ky hmik4 present jT Vote the DEMOCRATIC Ticket JJlfiwnH JiOH IiHUr a CMBtm nrk aud crowed red Haw wrHft Watches Clocks JewelrSlJOB PRINTH