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SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbTing nt His Btiok Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advarioa SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GrllEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1801 OVER THE WORLD IN A NUMBER 21 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY lltlU OHAKH IIOOTK ANNIHILATION WEEK THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF Tlu IiIiiip CuiiHi nf All tlu rnrnuiM Tronbli Tho average tariff rato before tho Mc Â¬ Kinley act was passed va about 47 nor cant or nearly half tho foreign price of tho imported article The McKinloy act raised the average tax rato to about per cent which is much moro thau ht f tho price the farmer might buy at if theio were no tariff On many articles used by farmers the McKinloy act moro than doubled the foreign price of the imported article with the effect of course of in creasing to that extent tho prico our protected manufacturers trtiMtt com bines etc can get for like articles pre duceu here On ono kind of wool dress goods for example of tho sort used by tho poor tho foreign prico is 80 cents servant tho iucKluiey tax is M cents cr yard On pearl buttons tho McKin cy tax is creator than tho whole price of tho foreign article Tho same is to o said of spectacles knives and a numbui of other articles the poor must buy But the tarmcr will be moro interested in the rates of duty and tho increase of duty on tho larger items of his yearly Â¬ Â¬ 1 PRICES GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF o OF o- - CLOTHING -- o touisqus STfiAUS PRICE CUT IN TWO AT o- - READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents railroad Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents The business branch of the Kansas Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Alliance have made arrangements to Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 store about three fourths of the present wheat crop of that State and hold it for a higher price Isaac Brown ymb shot and seriously wounded at RusMdkille Ky recently by Miner Turner Brown had been pay Â¬ ing too much attention to Turners wife We will cut them in hence the shooting goods marked in Plain Figures All The tobacco barn of Speed F Owen Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar two miles south of Winchester Ky was struck by lightning and burned down Good There were live thousand pounds of fine tobacco in the barn Magnus T Cockerill who held the office of Coroner of Mason county Ky continuously for thirty years past died last week at his home in Maysville at the advanced age of 83 years During the past fiscal year 39696 applications for patents were made 25 307 of which granted The Bureaus receipts from all sources were 1802794 is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re and tho expenditures 1146502 member you have the best assortment in Kentucky Judge Barr of the United States Court has decided that the Lexington from to select Belt Line railroad is under the control of the Kentucky Union and issued an order for the restoration of the property Â¬ The volcano Vesuvius has again burst fortii into a state of eruption From two to threo hundred school teachers are wanted in New Mexico un der the new public echool law A tremendous rain and hail worm destroyed nearly 4000 of standing grain near Crookston Minn recently John IJrown a negro desperado of Jackson Tenn was lynched for tho un Â¬ provoked murder of John Gardner Gov Buchanan of Tennessee has designated September 7 jib Labor day and recommends its general obervnneo An American syndicate has been organized to work the coal and marble deposits in the State of Qurato Mexico At Kansas City Mo Frank Linden stine broke the worlds nigh diving rec- Â¬ ord by five feet He dived eighty live feet -- Win Tavlor aged 22 son of Col Taylor of Hath county Kentucky drank a pint of water in which paris green had been mixed Suicide no cause In the outskirts of Blocton Ala the dead body of Henry Smith a citizen of Scottsville was found Tho man had been tied and shot There is no clew The Guarantee Company of North America has offered 6000 reward for the arrest of Sylvester Young tho abM V sconded cashier of the N N Â¬ 3 7SZxj623EwouJE7SiC TJ SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI Sr SoiiEnuLK in Ektct May 10 1S91 AM 1OlNTH BOYS DEPARTMENT expenditure Agricultural machinery taxed in tho McKinley act 45 per cent That is to say the protected homo manufacturer is enabled to get nearly half as much again for his goods as they could This is shown in the be had for abroad fact that our manufacturers sell their agricultural machinery abroad at a heavy discount The Engineering and Mining Journal of New York publishes regular- Â¬ ly a list of articles which our manufac- Â¬ turers sell abroad for less than they will sell nt here It gives the wholesale prices to Americans and then the discounts off Preceding tho list arc for foreigners the words Discounts arc for wholesale Of course if our manuexport only facturers sell abroad with a profit at the Â¬ Â¬ No 3 No 1 No 5 Aocom Dally Dnllv Dally South Hound Kxpress FBt Lo Hx Sun Cincinnati U 8 10 am 800 pin 3 00pm Covington 8 18iuu H IN tt in 3 06 pm Ar 11 18 am 10 23 nm 6 10 pm Jaris Lexington 12 lOuii 11 00jmj 7 00 pm 11 DRiiiii 6 15 pm laris Whicliesttir 7 05 pm Ar IJ lonn 7 55 pro lllcmnonu i aft pin Livingston 3 05 pin Corbln 4 ri0 put MiririliHboroiiuli 7 ii nm Cumberland Gap 7 5Upn Corbin U 4 50 jim WJlliiunsbiiri 5 4ft ptn Jcllico Ar 6 20 pm is lliclimomi Lv 1 60 pin Lancaster Stanford NoiiTii Bound Ar 5 20 pin No 2 Lx press JKg rt E 4 lanin Jaily No 7 00 7 50 to 15 4 Dally am am am 8 15 am 8 50 am 0 35 am 6 33 am No 6 Daily Ex Sun Lc Stanton Lancaster Richmond Ar Jcllico Lc Williamsburg Corbin Ar Cumbd UupL Mtddlesborough o Corbin Livingston Ar jc Livingston Kiohmond Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 StajfcThis jWy Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky Yiaesta Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC Sili iiUiti Ladies Delightful Home Six Departments MUSIC Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments Central ART COMMERCIAL ENGLISH New Buildings and Furniture Terms Reasonable WINCHESTER Send KY for catalogue je2tf3m S W PEARCY Iresulent I ma MXTCHOEIX DEALER IN - Hardware Queensware Tloware1 xrffi Ball Mitch rll f erlcullural Implmiiits Winuu TtMIHR frkiiFtlu Tf Aimmvfl -- l I Cclumuia Tiger and GrangerSulky side Plows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Douiile Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Olivkk Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons nmriiD S Standard 5 Ton Wagon Stoddards New Climax aku Tigku Jones U price with n written guarScales DlfiO HARROWS for fi yearn antee Evans 2 hokrk Corn Plantkkb in Eastern Kentucky The limresl starts of Cook am Heating Stoves of any bonne Cos Stekl Uill to Receiver Kean Jesse Hulett the oldest man in Bourbon county Ky died at his home near Clintonville last week at the age of He was born in Clark county 94 years November 14 1797 but resided the most of his life in Bourbon The new road from Nicholasville to Irvine forty miles up the Kentucky river was opened up for the first passen- Â¬ ger train last week It was crowded with merchants from Versailles Nicho- Â¬ lasville and Richmond An extra session of the Tennessee legislature has been called by Governor Buchanan to convene August 31 A dozen or more subjects are enumerated for consideration the principal ones be ing the care and employment of convicts The Sixth Eighth and Tenth dis tricts of Kentucky are without cadets for the freshman class of the Military Academy There are about twenty five such vacancies which Southern Congress- Â¬ men can fill by making appointments at once Mrs Helen M Gougar tho Iowa Prohibitionist will start out soon and follow McKinley all over Ohio and ans Â¬ wer all the high protective tariff argu- Â¬ ments he makes She proposes to preach low tariff and high wages all through tho campaign The Peoples party of Ohio nominated a State ticket last week and adopted a Among many platform of principles other things tho platform calls for wo man suffrage the suppression or bucket shop election of United States Senators by direct popular vote forfeiture of tho Â¬ Â¬ Winchester Paris j Lc they could if they chose do the same Lexington 45 pm 25 pm here The discounts given belrw show Paris Ar 37 pm therefore the extra profit they make out Covington Cincinnati Ar 45 pm of the American farmer by means of the McKinley tariff The following is a part W L MUNBON Trav Pass Agtj of the Journals illustrated list and is Cincinnati Ohio 8 R Knott C P Atmouk authentic Traftio Manuger Gen Prsk Agt Planet Jr No 2 seed drill home price General Offices Louisville Ky 9 discount to tho foreigner 80 per S ft Moiwk Asst Gen Pass Agt cent or 270 off net price to the for- Office FChamber of Commerce Building eigner 630 Cincinnati Ohio Combined drill cultivntor rake plow No 2 Dally to all points except Rowland etc home price 12 to the foreigner Division which is daily except Sunday 840 No 1 Runs duily from Lexington to Cin- Â¬ Fire Fly hand plow home price 260 cinnati No 2 Runs daily to the foreigner 170 No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex Â¬ for- Â¬ Hayforks 24 per dozen to the cept tho Rowland Division which is dally eigner 840 except Sunday Hoes 9 per dozen to the foreigner No 3 Daily except Sunday 315 No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ Reversible Oneonta clipper plow iron ington Nos 2 and 0 make connections nt Win Â¬ beam cutter 14 to the foreigner 980 Cust steel garden rakes plain per duz chester for points on tin N N M V K D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin- Â¬ 8 to the foreigner 820 nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland Scythes fine cutlery steel full polish Gap and all intermediate stations and runs ed M0 to the foreigner 6 daily Pecks axes handled per dozen 15 to the foreigner 760 INEFFECTMAY 18th 1891 Pecks hatchets per dozen 8 to the THE foreigner 4 Knives bone handles 1535 per gross pairs to the foreigner 115 i OLD KENTUCKY Feed cutters knives ten inches long 30 to tho foreigner 21 Portable forges 30 to tho foreigner Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co low prices fixed by English competition Â¬ Le Ar 6 58 an 9 25 urn 11 05 am t 11 15 nm 6 05 am 12 46 pm 6 55 am i 4Uptn 7 45 am ajpra 7 00 am 2 00pm 3 7 S3 am A O nm 4 10 40 am 5i 40pm 6 10 55 am 5 50 piu 0 jc a a 22 gft H S Hjb- B0UTE1 nr- - 12 WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA er 3250 BALTIMORE NEW YORK Empire scroll saw boxed 25 to the OLD POINT A THE SEA SHORE foreigner 20 And all Eastern Cities Lathe 40 to the foreigner 30 Meat cutter 4 to the foreiguer 2 Tho Direct Line to Syphon force pump 25 to the for- Â¬ LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE eigner 1260 ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY Â¬ Rat traps 80 per gross to tho forCHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS 16 eigner flutter trip scales 1050 to the for- Â¬ And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest eigner 525 WhifHetrees double 36 inches long No 8 3 to the foreigner 160 WindmillB ten feet pumping 76 to tho foreigner 98760 These Hirures show sufllciently that the McKinley tariff is enabling tho tariff lords to get too much for tueir goods and they show how much more than a fair profit it enables them to get on the articles named But tho farmer buys other things be sldts agricultural machinery and tools He buys salt and pays a McKinley tax of 44 per cent on it which means that he pays 144 for 1 worth of salt On stoves he pays a tax of 45 per cent on bridle anu harness 85 Hr cent on horse on tinware 56 per shoes 62 per cent cent on spoons 46 mr cent on saws on wire nails 150 percent 65 per cent on hammers 60 per cent on brooms 86 per cent on thread 74 per cent on common woolen goods 111 por cent on glass tumblers and lamps 180 ter cent on hats 155 per cent on locks 46 per cent on Untitle shirts 100 per cent on socks 120 percent on clothes 85 per cf nt ou paregoric 40 per cent on shoes 28 per cent on bibles 26 per cent on his coffin 110 er cent These figurrs are eloquent They tell what has His become of tho farmers money money has gone in tho payment of taxes concealed in the prico of what he had to buy His remedy of course Is to de Â¬ mand the repeal of laws that authorize his lelloWCiUzcus to rob him what he wants is to buy cheap and keep good tnouey in his thicket not to forgot what hurts him and be persuaded to clamor Balti for lightweight sliver dollars more Sun Â¬ Horse lawn mower 65 to the foreign- Â¬ iinrnr in nriii rr r K D iiinininT irr ri nrirtnrxr n kast no UND Fast Fast MJ Aocom Daily Express Dally uauy ex 81111 ex Sun Lexington La 6 15pm 7 35 am 5 45pm 7 00pm 8 23aai 7 10pm Winchester 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pm Mt Sterling 0 03pm 10 40am 10 OOfMii Olive Hill 10 30pm 12 15pm Ashland 10 43pm 12 28pm CattlettsburK Huntington Ar n 07pm 12 50pm WKHT HOUND Standard Oil companys charter compul- Â¬ Â¬ Cutlery Shear I and Builders Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysville Street HT STERLING KY sory education and free school books State control of the litjuor traffic Gov erment loans to individuals free silver coinage income taxation abolition of National banks Government ownership of transportation lines and plenty of greenbaclCB Hewn re of Ointment Huntington Cattlettsbnrg Ashland Olive Mt fnniHU 12 LEXINCTUH West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature SEATING CAPACITY 150 mmw iu fi JiMmMMSMJmia nine Point nmi MEAW i sajniBD ivhvn kt j PropriS Fresh Oysters nt nil Mohle Counts MealH to Saddle Hocks New York Count RECUUu season always on ham I order nt all hours Delicacies of the Bute Aimnig The most complete unci modern kitchen In tl u a Miller Improved Range the finest In J 5 C1NT1 --Jjty welcome and the - for Catarrh That Contain Mimmry as mercury will surelv destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucoussurfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the dam Â¬ age they will do is tenfold to tho good you can possibly derive from tiiem and Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally and acts directly Upon the blood and mucous In buying surfaces of the surfaces at Halls Catarrh Curo lie sure you get the geuuine It is taken internally and made at Toledo O by F J Cheney A Co MT8old by druggists price 7jc I Sterling Winchester Lexington LtMiTKD VkAtihumcd Exprkhh runs daily and has Vestlbulod Pullman Buffet Hleeper between Louisville LexIngtoH Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated nm 20pm 6 00am HMtM 10pm 6 25 am l oopm 6 37 am 4ta nt 3 01pm 8 90am 4 00 am 4 32pm 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58pm 11 15am 7 15am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pw 8 Wain 1 1 Le East of Huntington oh the C k O route Faht MaU Tkainh ran daily xn4 Sun Â¬ day between Lexington aad ilMatiagton Make direct couuectlefia atHaatlagtOH with C 4 0 At Ashland wth 8 V Ky At Winchester with K C K X Horth am south hound and at Lexington with L it N L 8 and 0 N O T r Kallroatk liKXINOTON AND OllVK HlLL ACCOMO Â¬ DATION dally exeeptguHday Cenawt at Winchester to and from K C pftlata and at Lexington with L S It R flw Loakville F F V d For fall Information in reyajit Routes ete apply to any eHHetlHgllHcor to Jstttw Agwifltlr or H E Huntinoton V V 1 ART per bottle G W G A Rarxky O L wl G M LKXIXaTOX KY G A Brown Qr IV A LxlngtOH Ky W S HAftftuoK AfckUd Ky Hazel Green Herald Bf w THE LIFE OF PLANTS Htnut Orffftnlams by Which tHlnetl PXMOSK COOPER PaMfefcer HAZEL GREEK t t KY m neaven whero sewntcen years without a Blngle con- theforcstato of that nor a farewell is neither a tear version yet in all those lands there are there Come all ye who have nor a grave multitudes of Christians to day Sermon Among the Hills and Groves But why go so far to find evidences been out io Jie grave to weep thereoff up 4J of the Gospels power to save a soul come all yo comforted souls get in the of Kentucky your knees Is there no power We arc so proud Wo are witnesses the heart Is that no man could have humbled us Gospel toinsoothereligion to quietthere Iniplrnl lJr Olorlom Nitturn nml Invigthe this no earthly power no power we were so hard that orated lljr Fresh Air Unr T Ilr There comes WE ARE WITNESSES Â¬ Â¬ Wltt TulinKr III 1 I m r lffiirro Charms It la 8u MF I A About one fifth of every living thing numberless little points of lifo called bioplasts They are so minute that only the most powerful microscope can detect them and apÂ¬ pear to be a colorless vUcid fluid which in most animals and plants is con tuincd in a cell They are continually in motion taking in nutrient matter and throwing off formed material In the human system they spin the noire s bones muscles etc in plants the roots stem leaves etc Now strange as it may seem this little bioplast examined by the most looks just powerful microscope the same in a plant or vegeta Â¬ ble as it does in a man We plant a flower Bced tho bioplast which we call life feels a quickening influence and at once throws off another bioplast These little workmen have the power g of converting instantaneously into living material and the one that is found weaving the bark looks just like the one that is splnuing the fiber or the flower German students have lately been studying this life principle It can be destroyed but not resuscitated A crystal can bo dissolved and re crystallzcd but once this little life is destroyed no one can bring it babk The moro we think of it the more wonderful it seems An intelligence past our comprehension appears to attend the growth of everything Ninety live per cent of all vegetables and plants is taken from the atmosphere These little bioplast seem to know just what they want with which to build every partthe root stem bark leaf llowcr and not only that but the shape of every part as well as the delicate color- Â¬ ing and perfume How cun it all be done by this little point of life which we call u bioplast It is natural or men to sleep once in twenty four hours The prevailing theory is that refuse matter accumu lates in tho nerve centers in such quan tities as to bring about insensibility which continues until the brain has been relieved of waste matter by its absorption into tho circulation and yet many flowers and plants exhibit the phenomenon of sleep As night ap proaches tho dandelion folds its petals tho acacia ita leaves and they remain so to open with tho dawn of day Flowers and plants havo no nerve cen ters or organs yet they must sleep once in twenty four hours The leuf of muny plants contains the principle of the whole plant for by rooting it a plant can bo obtained com plete This shows that the germ which is contained in the seed is in in a 113 instances found in a leaf or branch This same phenomenon is also exhibited in the animal kingdom for there is a kind of worm called tho nais which if its head is cut off a new one is at once produced Tho same is true of the sue we Thus tall that the vegetable and animal kingdoms are closoly allied and life wherever m rr r i t 1 r lounci is a nuiuuu -mystery ami yet w i hayiS 0t comeifoi the most Typtuh irful 1 ij t uii rj part wabmvo havo saui tiio microscope txeveala tho process of building on form ing the various parts of animals and plants Wo rco the little bioplast in a ia composed of non-livinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m mm 9- - a - m m 1 m9 1 verting it instantaneously into living matter then throwing off formed ma- Â¬ terial such as in animuls bones mus- Â¬ cles and In plants roots flowers leaves etc also throwing off other bioplasts One would suppose that this living matter in a cell since it looks exactly alike whether found in a plant or ani Â¬ mal would do the same kind of work and continue to multiply cells in a mass without form yet we see tho most in tricate mechanism and not only that but one part is made to servo another as tho muscles of the lingers tb con tract and move the Angers cte In plants wo see combinations of colors vhlch easily rival tho art of tho most skillful painter Popular Science Â¬ Â¬ -- cell taking nutritious matter and con Â¬ The If you have a pet bird do not treat it as though there was nothing too bad for it Do not leave it in tho sun all day or lot it stand u tho rain or remain uncovered after tho mosquitoes begin in Â¬ Cr of Canaries ter two or three times a day the evening ally a bit of cracker or bread soaked in milk a little hard boiled viw a iish bono to peck at and above all keep your bird near you and talk to it and you will boou bo rowarded by the friend Â¬ ship tho little creatitre will show you Canaries may easily bq taught trioks but you must ilrst win their friendship Humane Journal and confidence -- oughly perchcR and floor every day Give it also some variety in food a litÂ¬ tle salad chiekweed or fruit occasion Â¬ best of seed and cleanse the cage thor Change its drinking wa- Â¬ give it tho Â¬ For protection against flro tho town of Stillwater Kas has a way that I quite a novel one Every bus bmm man has a barrel of water in front of hie store which is so fixed that the Wwag ex be easily knocked out and in Me ot a fire the barrels can boon be entered in tme place At a lire there rgmnwtly theywere suceettful In con tin lay tk fire to On place Dr Talmagc preached last Sunday at High Ilridge Ky and his text was We are wit Â¬ taken from Acts ill 15 nesses Standing amid the hills and groves of Kentucky and before this great multi Â¬ tude that no mau can number most of whom I never saw before and never will sec again in this world I choose a very practicable theme In the days of Ocorgc Stephenson tho porfector of tho locomotive engine the scientists proved conclusively that a railroad train could never bo driven by steam power successfully without peril but tho rushing express trains from Liver- Â¬ pool to Edinburgh and from Edinburgh to London have mado all the nation witnesses of the splendid achievement Machinists and navigators proved conclusively that a steamer could never cross tho Atlantic ocean but no sooner had thoy successfully proved the Im- possibility of such an undertaking than tho work was done and the passengers on the Ctmard and tho Inman and the National and the White Star lines aro witnesses There went up a guffaw of wise laugh- Â¬ ter at Prof Morses proposition to make the lightning of Heaven his errand boy and it was proved conclusively that tho thing could never be done but now all the news of the wide world put in your hands every morning nnd night have made all nations witnesses So in the time of Christ it was proved conclusively that it was impossible for him to rise from the dead It was shown logically that when a man was dead he was dead and the heart and the liver and the lungs having ceased to perform their offices the limbs would be rigid beyond all power of friction or arousal They showed it to be an absolute ab Â¬ surdity that the dead Christ should ever get up alive but no sooner had they proved this than the dead Christ arose and the disciples beheld him and heard nis voice and talked with Him and they took the witness stand to prove that to be true which the wiseacres of the day had proved to bo impossible the record of the experiment and of the testimony Him hath God raised is in tho text from the dead whereof we are wit- Â¬ nesses Now let me play tho sceptic for a moment There is no God says the for I have never seen him Rccptic with my phj sical eyesight Your Bible is a pack of contradictions There nev- Â¬ er was a miracle Lazarus was not raised from the dead and the water was never turned into wine Your re- Â¬ ligion is an imposition on the credulity of tho ages There is an aged man moving in that pew as though ho would like to respond Here are hundreds of people with faces a little flushed at those announcements and all through this throng there is a suppressed feel Â¬ ing which would liko to speak out in behalf of the truth of our glorious Christianity as in the days of the text crying out We aro witnesses Tho fact is that if this world is ever brought to God it will not be through argument but through testimony You might cover the whole earth with apologies for Christianity and learned treatises in defense of religion you would not convert a soul Lecturos on tho harmony between science and re ligion aro beautiful mental discipline but havo never saved a soul and never will savo a soul Put a man of the world nnd a man of the church against each other and tho man of the world will in all probability get tho triumph There aro a thousand things in our re- Â¬ ligion that seem illogical to the world and always will scom illogical Our weapon in this conflict is faith not logic faith not metaphysics faith not profundity faith not scholastic exploration Hut then in order to have faith we must havo testimony and if fiOQ men or 1000 men or 500000 men or 5000000 men got up and tell mo they have felt tho religion o Jesus Christ u joy a comfort n help nn inspiration I am bound as a fair minded man to ac Â¬ cept tholr testimony I want just now to put before you three propositions the truth of which I think this audi- Â¬ ence will attest with overwhelming unanimity Tho first proposition is We are witnesses that the religion of Christ is able to convert a soul Tho Gospel may have had a hard timo to conquer us wo may have fought It back but we were vanquished You say conversiqn is only an Imaginary Wo aro wit Â¬ thing We know bettor nesses There uever was so great a change In our heart and life on any other subject as bn this IVoplo laughed at tho mis sionaries in Madagascar becauso thoy preached ton years without one con- Â¬ vert but there are many thousands of converts in Madagascar to day People laughed at Dr Judson the Baptist mis Â¬ sionary becauso ho kept on preaching in Burmah Ave years without a single eonvert but thero are many thousands Peoplo of Baptists iu llurmah to day In at Dr Morrison laughed for preaching thero sev Â¬ China slnglo u without years en but thero are many thou Â¬ conversion sands of Christians In China to lay People lmlghod at tho missionaries for preaching at Tahiti for fifteen years without a slnsrlo conversion and tt the totiwlonurlca for proachusr in Bengali Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ angels of God were all around about us they could not overcome us but one day perhaps at a Methodist anxious scat or at a Presbyterian catechetical lecture or at a burial or on horseback a power seized us and made us get down and made us tremble and made us kneel and made us cry for mercy and we tried to wrench ourselves away from the grasp but we could not It flung us flat and when we arose we were as much changed as Gourgls the heathen who went Into a prayer meeting with a dagger and a gun to disturb the meet ing and destroy it but the next day was found crying OhJ my great sin Oh my great Saviour and for eleven years preached the Gospel of Christ to his fellow mountaineers the last words Free Gracc on his dying lips being Oh it was free grace There is a man who was for ten years a hard drinker The dreadful appetite had sent down its roots around the j palate and the tongue and on down un- Â¬ til they were interlinked with the vitals of the body mind and soul but he has not taken any stimulants for two years What did that Not temperance so- Â¬ cieties Not prohibition laws Not did it Conversion moral suasion Why said one upon whom the great sir I feel just as change had come though I wero somebody cls j There is a sea captain who swore all the way from New York to Havana and from Havana to Sart Francisco and when he was in port he was worse than when he was on sea What power was it that washed his tongue clean of profanities and made him a psalm singer Conver- Â¬ sion by tho Holy spirit There arc thousands of people here to day who are no moro what they once were than a water lily is a nightshade or a morn- Â¬ ing lark is a vulture or day is night Now if I should demand that all those people here present who have felt the converting power of religion should rise so far from being ashamed they would spring to their feet with moro alacrity than thoy ever sprang to the dance the tears mingling with their We arc exhilaration ns they cried And if they tried to sing witnesses the old Gospel hymn they would break down with emotion by the time thoy got to the second line could have melted us Â¬ air plunge dcepor into business What poor advice Get your mind off it when every thing is upturned with tho bereavement and every thing re Â¬ minds you of what 3011 havo lost Get 3our mind off it They might as well advise you to stop thinking and you can not stop thinking in that direction Take a walk in the fresh air Why along that very street or that very accompanied you road she once Out of that grass plot she plucked flowers or into that show window saying fascinated she looked Go seo Come tho pictures deeper into business Why she was associated with all your business am Â¬ bition nnd since she has gone you have no ambition left Oh this is a clumsy world when it tries to comfort a bro- Â¬ ken heart I can build a Corliss en- Â¬ gine I can paint a Raphaels Madonna I can play a Beethoven symphony as easily as this world can comfort a And yet you havo broken heart been comforted How was it done Did Christ come to you and say Get your mind off this go out and breathe tho fresh air plunge deeper into business No There was a minute when ho came to you perhaps in the watches of the night perhaps in your place of bus- mess pcrliaps along the street ana lie breathed something Into your soul that gave peace rest Infinite quiet so that you could take out tho photograph of the departed one nnd look Into tho eyes and the face of tho dear ono and say It Is all right she is better off I would not call her back Lord I thank Theo that Thou hast comforted my poor heart Thero aro Christian parents hero who aro willing to testify to tho power of this Gospel to comfort Your son had just graduated from school or college and was going into business nnd the Tjord took him Or your daughter had just graduated from a young ladles seminary and you thought she was going to be a useful woman and of long life but tho Lord took her and you wero tempted to say All this culture of twenty years for nothing Or tho little child came home from school with tho hot fever that stopped not for the agonized prayer or for tho skillful physician ami 1110 mtio cniiu was taken Or tho babo was lifted out of your arms by somo quick epidemic and you stood wondering why God ever gave you that child at all if so soon Ho And yet yoij aro was to take it away not repining you nro not fretful you are not fighting ngalnstGod What en Â¬ Oh abled you to stand all the trial yon say I took tho medicino that God In my distress I gave my sck soul myself at the feet of a sympa Â¬ threw thizing God and when I was too weak to pray or to look up HQbreathed Into me a peace that I think must be Â¬ Again I remark that we aro wit- Â¬ nesses of the Gospels power to comfort When a man has troublo the world comes in and says Now get your mind off this go out and breathe the fresh Ashamed of Jesus that dear friend On whom my hopes of Heaven dopendf No when I blush te this my shame That I no moro revero Ills name worst paroxysm of grief Â¬ up an answer from tho comforted wid- Â¬ owhood and orphanage and childlesswe are ay Ay ness saying I remark that Again witnesses we ore witnesses of the fact that religion has power to give compos- Â¬ ure in thojast moment Ishall never forget the first time I confronted death We went across the corn fields in the country I was led by my fathers hand and we came to a farm house Deep horror then my vitals froze where thobereavement hid come and Death struck I ceased the tide to stem the crowd of wagons and car Â¬ we saw When suddenly a star arose riages but there was one carriage that It was the Star of Dethlehem especially attracted my boyish atten- Â¬ Oh hearers get your eye on it It ia tion and it had black plumes I said easier for you now to become Christians Whats that whats that Why those than it is to stray away from Christ and And after it Heaven When Mme Sontag began her black tassels at the top to me I was lifted up to musical career she was hissed off the wascxplained look upon tho bright face of an aged stago at Vienna by the friends of her ri Â¬ Christian woman who three days be- Â¬ val Amelia Stelninger who had already fore ffiad departed far triumph TheÂ¬ begun to decline through hor dissipa-Â¬ vyhblc sceno made an impression I nev- tion Years passed on and ono day Mme er forgot Sontag in her glory was riding through In our sermons and in our lay exhorta the streets of Berlin when sho saw a tions we aro very apt when we want little child leading a blind woman and to bring illustrations of dying triumph she said Come here my Httlo child to go back to some distinguished per Â¬ come here Who is that you are lead- Â¬ sonage to a John Knox or a Harriet ing by the liandi And ho little child Newell Rut I want you for witnesses replied Thats my mother thats I want to know if you have ever seen Amelia Steiningcr She used to be anything to make you believe that the great singer but she lost her voice and religion of Christ can give composure she cried so much about it that she lost in the final hour Nov- in the- courts her eyesight Give my love to her attorney jury and judge will never ad Â¬ said Mme Sontag and tell her an old mit mere hcrcsay They demand that the acquaintance will call on her this after-Â¬ witness must have seen with his own noon eyes or heard with his own ears and The next week in Berlin a vast asso I am critical in my examination of semblage gathered at a benefit for that you now and I want to know whether poor blind woman and it was said that you have seen or heard anything that Sontag sang that night as she had nevmakes you believe that the religion of er sung before And she took a skilled Christ gives composure in the final oculist who in vain tried to give eye hour Until sight to the poor blind woman I saw my father the day of Amelia Steiningers death Oh yes you say and mother depart There was a great Mme Sontag took care of her and her difference in their death beds Stand- Â¬ daughter after her That was what the ing by one we felt more veneration queen of song did for her enemy But By tho other there was more tender- Â¬ oh hear a more thrilling story still ness Before tho one you bowed per- Â¬ Blind immoral poor and lost thou haps in awe In the other case you who when the world and Christ were felt as if you would like to go along rivals for thy heart didst hiss thy Lord with her How did they feel in that away Christ comes now to give thee last hour How did they seem to act sight to give thee a home to give thee Did Heaven With more Were they very much frightened than a Sontags they take hold of this world with both generosity He comes now to meet your hands as though they did not want to need With more than a Sontags Oh no you say give it up no I music He comes to- plead for thy de remember as though it were yesterday liverance She had a kind word for all and there i were a few mementoes distributed Ieiirn to bo Contented among the children and then she told It has been well said in an old Chi- Â¬ us how kind we must be to our father nese proverb that pride sleeps in a in his loneliness and then she kissed gilded crown contentment in a cottoa us good by and went to sleep as a night cap Wo are nothmongtfthos child in a cradle What made who believe that the possessopfichat Natural cour- must necessarily be the victim of cork Â¬ her so composed age you say No mother was ing care and harassing unrest unceas- Â¬ vcryneivous When the carriage in- Â¬ ingly It is not the mere possession of clined to the side of the road she would wealth which produces misery but the cry out She wasalways rather weakv ruse to which wealth is put by its poa- lyV Wliagureliefetlfc courage Was sessor The man ot uiieruu3 isna it because she did Dot- care much for noble impulses who bv alLlbnff 3ou and the paig of parting was not course of untiring industry backed Oh you say great she showered up by fair and honest dealing upon us a wealth of affection no moth Â¬ has amassed may of wealth er over loved her children more than course purchase the purest happiness mother loved us she showed it by the which mankind can know by acts of way sho nursed us when wo werq gick charity Mid bepeyoleiice So iongaa and she toiled for us until her strength man makes money his slaye he is safe gate out What then was it that enough out when he allows money to gavo her composure in the last hour make a slave of him then at once hap-Â¬ Do not hide it Be frank and let me piness departs So that after all it is Oil you say ifr was because not wealth know but contentment that pro- Â¬ she was so good she made the Lord her duces true happiness and the poorest portion and she had faith that sho man may be as rich figuratively speak- Â¬ would go straight to glory and that we ing with a clear conscience and a dry should all meet her at last at the foot crust as the possessor of millions N of the throne Y Weekly Hero are people who say I saw a Tho First rost DIIuvian Family Christian brother die and he triumphed And some one else I saw f An English divine has prepared a a Christian sister die and she tri startling table of the figures perusal of uraphed Some ono else will say I which will make one thankful that he saw a Christian daughter die and she levins in the latter part ofthenjne Come all ye who have teenth century instead ofin theTdays triumphed sccntthe laSt momentsof aiChristian lmmediatelyiollowing jthej landing of andjffive twtimon3r in JIscauseJon the afk BSSSowa thdl if vone of trlaU Uricoveryonf heads put your NoabVboys hadllived to be 500year9 hands on the old family Bible from old having his first child at SO and his which they used to read the promises last at 170 and allowing for but one and prbmisc in the presence of high addition to ljis family every three years Heaven hdt you will tell the truth the and supposing them all to Iy3 tbthe whole truth and nothing but the truth ripe old age of 450 he could gather With what you havo seen with your around him at least 147 sons and daugh Â¬ own eyes and from what you have ters t With a reasonable degree of prolific heard with your own ears is there power in this Gospel to give calmness bearing his grandchildren would num and triumph in the last exigency The ber between 10000 and 12000 the great response comes from all sides from and the great grandchildren taken with young and old and middle aged We the others enumerated abovo would aro witnesses swell the figures to something like 50 You see my friends I have not put 000 this too if monogamy alone were before you an abstraction or a chimera practised If polygamy wero the rule or anything like guess work I present as It probably was at that time the you affidavits of the best men and wom- Â¬ figures would be still more startling en living and dead Two witnesses In St Louis Republic court will Establish a fact Here- are not two witnesses but millions of wit Â¬ 1lalnnrs of Americans nesses on earth arid in Heave testify Â¬ A woolly westerner sat on a ing that there is power in this religion the rotunda of the Astor house stool in talkinir to convert tho soultoglvo comfort in l Vn nclaintance thaIve nqticed he troWcadtoaffora composure In tho iBaidiWthat some ef ArnnApL lastlTour make wonedont get stuck up 0 take If ten men shouldcome to you when uu uirs or get you aro sick with appalling sickness swell head butuumpUous or havo the are and say they had tho same sickness and be before they grewjust as they used to rich They have took a certain medjojne and it cured thehold ways and never pretend that thorn you would probably take it thoy dont know a fellow or that they Now suppose ten other men should arc abovo and beyond him Ive seen come up and say Wojlont luitrvn somciew of that kind out west and to linf v iglnthatmeai pleased inc I ara told that when It 4u 40 tmv a cine Well 1 say havo you tried man in Europe has money ho thinks he HV No I never tried it but I dont is a superior being and wont speak to believe that there s any thing in anybody who hasnt as much as he has Of course you discredit their testimony or who isnt a lord but nut isnt al mi sKupuc may im como ami snv xiu i ways the way things go in America Is no powsr in your religion Have N Y Sun v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No no Then yon ever tried H7 Let mo tako tho testimony avauntl of the millions of souls that have been converted to God and comforted in trial and solaced in the last hour Wo will take their testimony as they erjv We are witnesses Prof Henry of Washington discov- Â¬ ered a new star and the tidings sped by submarine telegraph and all the obser- Â¬ vatories of Europe were watching for that new star Oh hearer looking out through the darkness of the soul canst thou not sec a bright light beaming on where1 you say Where thee Look along by llow can J find it the line of the Cross of the Son of God Do you not see It trembling with all tenderness and beaming with hopo It is the Star of Bethlehem - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - - if FARMERS ALLIANCE DONT ROCK THE BOAT Tho Advocate Uttrrs it Timely Warning Which Ortnln JnumitlWts In tho North went Will Do Well to Herd On what do we who say we believe ALLIANCE NOTES The settled policy of that wing 0 tin political array called republican is to endeavor to slandor tho alliance to death That of the other wing the democratic is to falsely pretend to fa Â¬ vor alliance principles in the hope that such pretenses may deter the members from uniting in an independent move- Â¬ ment The one policy is bold desperate and unprincipled the other unprinci Â¬ Mis pled dishonest and hypocritical Â¬ During the month of July tho county For tho purpono of carrying out thh alliances and unions in all tho states proposition the following resolution will elect delegates to tho state meet Â¬ was introduced by Brother Juice of ings which aro held in August Septem Â¬ Louisiana and by tho body referrftQe ber altd October It is very important tho joint eommitteo on confederation county Wo havo already adopted the reWhore that theso July sessions of alliance bo woll attended and that the port of tliocbnlrin m of tho uxocutlvo board In part and whereas said roport questions likely to come boforo tho stato mond that thU body authorise a didreeonu call a body bo thoroughly discussed to tho convention of all labor organisations for be to end that delegates may bo woll posted held In February Ihujj now therefore he Ik Resolved That this body oloot ct committee as to tho sontlmont which provails repre of We are approaching a crisis which port Each delegate to tho stato alliance or compound bo ono from oaoh at ate hero execu sented to known ns tho national World will test our great American expert- souri It is infamous for a loud throated union should know tho number of male tive oommlttoo for tho speclut purposu ot members of tho ordor in his county conferring with like committees from other and should know tho amount of fees organizations and deciding questions us to time and basis of repre and dues reported and paid by tho sentation plaoo ot meeting tholr respective nnd to submit to county secretary to tho stato secre- Â¬ states tho donnuds of nil audi other labor tary and the amount of por capita duos organisations ns will probably bo represents to the National Farmers Alliance and od ut suoh labor conference oaoh member eXOlllolo to Industrial Union that tho county secre- Â¬ to bo authority ohnlrmnn In his stato anddiss congressional VW tary has collected and seo that tho havo chairmen to appointturn shall appoint trict who In county secretary has not only sont to county chairmen for thopurposoof bringing tho btato sccrotary what ho has col- Â¬ our demand and those of other laborer befobo tho lected but tho proper amount of fees ganlsatlons squarely and securepeopled ur an oxprod inptlooouitug year fivo cents por capita dues for slon from thorn m to what oonoosslons they and tho overy male member in the county will make In ordor to souro general co whether ho has paid or not It is nec Â¬ operation and what methods thoy will adopt essary for dolcgatas to tho stato bodlos to secure thu name ClTSq Wk I JavCV tn Ft lCj4ci W Tho joint committee on confederation to bo able to snow this in ordor to bo of being scntcd in tho stato mcot mot with a Uko committee from tho sure Tho oulj way for subordinate Kniglits of Labor the National Colored n bodies to avoid being linblo to tho Farmers AihbPCO and Co operative county nllianco or union for duos upon Union nnd tho Nntlonal Citizens1 Alli members who do not pay is to suspond ance in January last and organized such mombcrs for non payment of dues for perfecting this plan Stato district and then report them as suspended and county chairmen of control com Â¬ Tho only way for county bodies to avoid mittees havo boon appointed and the being liable for dues from subordinates work will bo pushed independent of Tho that do not pay in full is to refuse them tho alliance ns an organization any representation in tho county body mooting will bo hold Fobruary 3J 1802 MIIH V I I A JT until all duos aro paid in full and tho and tho National Farmers Allianco and Vii only way for tho state body to avoid Iudustrinl Union will bo allowod repre- Â¬ This l being liablo for dues from counties sentation in tho conforonco which havo not paid in full is to sus Â¬ should all bo known nnd discussed nnd jAmtfmmmfPZAr pond such counties by refusing them kopt in viow in tho solootion of dele Â¬ V2 representation until they havo paid in gates from tho primary organizations Lot all tho preparav full all dues arrearages and por capita to tho national ymmmmmLWMw wmmmXMmmmm tion for organized and olllciont inde- Â¬ Ul dues for the national Tho fivo conts per capita duos is tho pendent notion go rnpidly on not ns a avsMJWKSc S MMMimwmmmmmmmmsmm- only fund belonging to tho national menaco to present politicnl parties but body It is only paid onco each year as a precaution against tho possibility and is duo to be paid by tho stato of such parties asserting an unwilling secretary to tho national secretary on ness to glvo tho pdoplo tho nocessary tho first day of November in each reforms National Economist year in advance for tho yoar then com- Â¬ THE SUB TREASURY PLAN Delegates to stato alliances mencing should thereforo see that tho state sec- Â¬ Tho Ilonded Wnrohoiiso vs tho i7mum-imi yiiWiiBiiiiri Isnt It ii Distinction Without n Dif Â¬ 1 retaries havo reported to the national J lUMfftL Jttfm HrcflPR5 JJIStftfttiTsMtTwmCVrarMS ference Bccrctary tho mnle membership of tho Tho Farmers Alliance demand for stato on the first day of October 1800 vV1 TO government loans on non portshable WljBaaaaBaaaaBSWtYZiVITSilftrtUBlBaaaaar at j um r-i and paid fivo cents por capita duos to j wu k SiJaft i icHjwirtjjjtJViLVuiH products meets with nothing but ridi Â¬ i y tho national secretary on same It cule aftik from partisan nowspapers Before wpjwv v Mnniffifjgssw vBktvwwill not do for tho stato secretary II going farther in this direction how Ill 1 M Wyiliili ill 7 J UV to say he has used tho money for J v HSKmBL KSKO iSK TWMll T HIT not bo well them to other purposes if it has been col- Â¬ over would it governmont for not now is inquire if tho lected from the membership bocnuso extending jw jo vr iivdv w i yTJaeAniiiAiBP5VTr- tfv5BWwpw ow aid to individuals on a prin- Â¬ all collected belongs in a special fund ciple of finnnco far In advunco of that and should never bo put in tho general jIhwmv- - ii jfxn r mtashvv r ffrjzjrrj ti yi racwocyuHnr ho1 fund it belongs to tho national as soon proposed by tho peoples party If tho as paid to the subordinate socrotary sub treasury plan is opon to so many and ail secretaries handle it as national objections by what courso of reason-Â¬ EAOE QUESTION SOLVED TI money Stato secretaries should also ing can tho present bonded wnrohouso Whiti Alliaxckman Shako brothor shake Tli bo instructed by tho coming stato alli system bo dofonded A porson can on Colokd AllianoemaN Brother vou emit the democratic party and I will give up republicanism and we will plutocrats just keep up tho cry of negro supremacy toi tfnees and unions to promptly make re- Â¬ gago in tho manufacturo of spirits by keep us divided while they rob us of our liberties and re port of their male membership on tho filing a notice of his Intention witli tha both vote for our homes and firesides Â¬ duce us to pauperism and serfdom of first day of October next and to make collector of Internal revenue to his district and executing a bond comply remittance to cover samo in full not with all later than November 1 next This is pay all provisions of tho rovenuo laws Says tho West Tennessee Whig ment in popular government as it has sailor to shout traitor of old tars who very necessary in order to enablu tho penalties or fines imposed for Tho sib trcasury financiers as a rule never before been tested We aro even havo weathered many gales infraction of those laws and that ho national secretary to close his books are people who have not made a bril Â¬ now embarked in tho great boat Itc Steer clear of tho rock of distrust will not for the year nnd havo them examined in tho allow any to proporty used liant success in the management of form Steady there we arc almost in dccp by tho executive board and a full re- Â¬ and are rapidly neafing deep business bo encum Â¬ their own affairs Isnt it singular that water It is a most solemn time IjjNot water ber eel by any Hon Tho govern Â¬ port made out by tho meeting all of the sailors have large vision5- of such men should find a following In heavens name brothers dont of the supremo council on tho ment then Issues a warohouso rocoipt Exactly so Tho men who have accu the great open sea of industrial free- trock the boat Topoka Advocate third Tuesday in November Some which is readily accepted at tho nation- earnings of dom whither our boat is ueatlcd mulated wealth from the delegates have herotoforo hold tho al banks as collateral for loans If tho hence not all are careful of their THE WHITES AND THE BLACKS monoy back to bring In person to the warohouso recoipt represented some Â¬ the producers dont want the in theirs because it would derange every move nor feel tho deep Tho Iuw of SilMrcHorvutlon Will Coiupol national secretary whon tho supremo thing for which tho holder had paid hLa their little schemes y placing the con- responsibility of steady service patient Thorn to Unlto to Protect Tholr Common council meets This disarranges tho money tho ease would bo more reason Â¬ Inturoftts medium in the mood and even temper Qod help us trol of the circulating tho report to bo able but Instond it represents only tha The idea of conflict of interest be business and forces statos hands of the government and the peo what wreck if we rock our boat and go recorded as small amount tho spirits cost with tho made up with such ple Weekly Toiler down down among the wreckage of tween tho whites and blacks of tho delinquents and tho roport goes Into the tax of 00 conts per gallon added but - Tho Sumner County Press and other those other struggles of past time soutlxis a groat absurdity Tho fact is minutes and disgrncos tho state alli Â¬ that tax is not to bo paid by tho manu Â¬ republican journals are in a great sweat What agony What bitter strife before that they aro to a great extent mutually ance for all the next yoar It is there- Â¬ facturer until tho liquor is sold In re-Â¬ over an imaginary scheme of President that next upward onward effort sure dependent upon each other and there- Â¬ fore a great injustice to tho stato ality thu governmont indorses for the Polk to defeat tho republican party in sometime to succeed But wo need not fore that tho most perfect harmony and alliance for tho roport of tho state sec Â¬ distiller for many times tho value of Tho enough of the northern states to enable have failure this time A great hope is unity of interest must exist retary to bo delayed or for tho monoy his product and becomes socurity for us and there is hardly such a word southorn farmer knows and feels it his to bo held back after November 1 If tho monoy for threo years which is tho the solid south to elect a democratic with duty to protect and assist the poor col- delegates to president in ISO If these wiseacres as fall tho stato alliances will tlmo allowed him in which to pay his If tho proposition to loan monoy will just hold their hats until February We arc however very near that time ored peoplo who aro his neighbors No look after this matter it will be prompt- tax 2J 1892 they will havo an opportunity when our enemies aro not our greatest ono realizes bettor than he if ho allows ly attended to Monoy is now sont as on grain to half its market valuo is so to sen what kind of a democratic presi- Â¬ danger Wo are close upon some of sharpers to swindle tho colored man by safely by bank chock as by any porson utterly rediculous how can it be tho part of wisdom to advance monoy on a dent the south will elect That we those rocks which allhlbtory especially paying him excessivoly low prices for henco no excuso for delay morally doubtful product of groin to shall again see a solid south there is no that supremely tragic struggle the his cotton by taking advantago of hi Tho demands of tho order and of all many times its cost Now Nation doubt but there will bo a solid north- Â¬ French revolution teaches us made necessity for money that tho flooding other organizations willing to west linked with it and the candidate final wreck of the ill manned boats of of tho market with cotton at such lowÂ¬ should bo freely discussed in both THE MATTER EXPLAINED prices will tend to keep prices low un- county for president will not be Grover Cleve- reform and statu alliances and unions til others whoso necessity for money nnd land Advocate At the very hour when uuity of effort resolutions expressing tho prevail- Â¬ Ilrltlsh Capital In This Country Influences less at Just now the partisan papers both based on faith in tho crow asd confi- Vas aro also tho beginning of tho Ben- ing sentiment adopted and delegates the Opposition to Free Coinage compelled to soil at the north and south are filled with war dence and trust in tho commanders son The friends of tho free coinage of fully indorse such resolutions se- Â¬ who Can would have carried the boat bounding samo low prices and their sales will lected and authorized to elect dolegates silver in the United States must have stories incidents and pictures to peipctuato the low prices until anyone surnliso why there is such an along the rocks of suspicion and dis- Â¬ tend noticed some of our strongest pa tho state to tho all the crop is sacrificed on tho samo from authority to solcctnational body pers andthat prominent politicians of unusual revival of this kind of litera- Â¬ trust did thoir deadly work most dolegates to with rock Tho fact is that tho law of self attend the groat ture The truth is a presidential cam- Â¬ labor conferenco in both parties oppose froo coinage on the It ought not to bo very hard for old paign is near at hand and tho two old greonbaekers to believe that tho all preservation compolls the southern 1802 and represent the ordor in agree Â¬ ground that England refuses to grant parties arc indulging in tho usual pre Â¬ essontlal things aro faith and trust white farmer to take the southern black ing with all organizations of producers froo coinage This may seem a little liminaries preparatory to such an event Even as tho only safo money is based farmer by tho hand and hold him out of willing to co operato in a sot of do strange to those who supposed the war It Is done to continue tho cry of section- Â¬ on the credit of tho government on tho tho clutches of tho exploiter who overj nandH and deciding upon the most efll of tho revolution made the United alism askUtbercby array the people of belief that men will bo true to agree- Â¬ year manipulates tho volume of mono lent means of enforcing such demands Statos indopondont of Groat Britain the noftjrjmd south against each other ment so is tho ouly safety of our re- Â¬ so as todovolopo tho power of monoy Lho following is an extract from tho Tho explanation howovor is not diff- Â¬ National Economist This sctahas worked very satisfact- Â¬ form cause based upon a prevalent torn to oppress report of tho chairman of tho executivo icult British capital has largo inter orily forJIrs past but just now tho por of trust and confidence party bosses aro trying to bracii board as ndopted by tho last supremo ests in America owns many of our The alliance seems to block tho gamo quite railroads factories banks nowspa Â¬ Whatever tends to create an atmos- up tho courage of the old politicians council re llo cautioned tho effectually -- National Economist of suspicion Is of all things most who want dfllco They aro trying to sponsibility routing ordor ns to tho grout thl pers and politicians Any deviatldn phere upon tliU Of the offoct of tho sub treasury dangerous make them bolievo that tho peoplo arc tlmo ns to what action It takes body ut to from tho British systom of finance In regard scheme in Mississippi tho Natchez Dem Â¬ notwithstanding thi political Mltimtlnn Tho ordor could would affect theso investments The masses of the peoplo aro now not dangerous but ocrat says His useless to deny that sufliciontly aroused they are quite ade Â¬ this most of tho politicians are becom- Â¬ never participate In uny purtlnan political hence tho power of this Brit Â¬ this poisonous doctrlno and its un quately alert fop spies and traitors in ing badly cross oyod trying to watch effort and In thu Houtli It was opposed to ish capital Is enlisted against all scrupulous advocates who hope to ride camp Let our writers and speakers tho drift of tho people with ono oyo giving Hi Huiictloii to any Independent or monetary reforms The farmers and thlid party inovoontho part or tho mem into otllcc upon it aro doing n damag Â¬ they chafe and infiame an and keeping tho other on tho road ber whllo In tho west and northwest tho laborers may as woll understand how ing work with tho democracy of the bowaro how sensitive populace mapped out by tho old party loaders delegate alalia that tho ordor will retro as later that their worst enemy is Brit Â¬ already over U not given solid south at a tlmo when their unity In thin ish investments in American enter- Â¬ An epidemic of suspicion would be a If this uncertainty continues mucr K ratio If such sanction is absolutely needed would seem hundredfold more dangerous than all longer every ono of them will havo to omcrgouoy ho thought ho had u compromise prises Such investments eare nothing It o otter that would moot tho cuu exactly rom this that many roports concerning wear green goggled bo foro tho congros and that was for till body to ay that it gives for tho gcu nl interests of tha country tho traitors who will sail with us UK peopi Â¬ Thoy were made purely tho disintegration and failure of thv al a There can bo mental epidemics as sional campaign begins Alexandria Iti duuctlon and call forto mooting to ho hold or a matt profit and nothing will liance In Mississippi have been wide of 189i of as ho composed about February La Farmors Vidctte contagious as the physical made dclojmioH from all organizations of pro bo porinittuu to diminish tho profits the truth It appears also that the easily more devastating because morO ducurs upon a fair 1mm Is of representation ub treasury plan is not losing ground and the President Polk deserves groat credit for tho purpono of a general and thorough Tho muttorings of the politicians against subtle and insidious Â¬ as has been stated Tho fact Is the altlomunds and tho free coinage of silver and financial Whon once wo aro truly cortain of a for his able war on sectionalism Hb conference upon thomay agroo of ouch joint roform in general are really tha growl upon a liance In Mississippi is doing a great end that traitor wo can chuck him overboard has led the van in demolishing the to tho demands all prior to the noztBa- - lugs of the British lion Mora of out ot of Just jvork It is increasing in numbers and with little noise or struggle There doctrino of sectional hate It Ls a grana tloual oumpalgn and ugrdo upon tkft proper importance to such in extent that tho able standard methods for enforcing suoh demands If newspapers are owned in Kuf land than he has been an political bosses aro nearly at tholr wits will bo no nCl to 6cream and shout cause and both blue and gray Econo Mio peopNj by delegates coming dlrsct from their readers imagine MoHat Yco and lurch the boat with panic hcuilllng hearer for ed Tho result will doubtless be a III Progressiva Farmer XV mi agroo that a third party wove l surpriso to all Exchange But let us not sjent treason from af j mist in popular government base our hope of its perpetuity Do wo beltcvo with Mr Ingnlls that a last analysis brings up on bayonets Do we not with clearer higher vision see that bayonet force is of all things least enduring and most treacherous and that tho only sure foundation is built of trustfulness of brotherly love of confidence of faith in man and faith in the eternal good suspicion Let men who know history beware lest they help history to repeat itself Have a care yo who are glib of epÂ¬ ithet and swift of condemnation Words aro dangerous things It is criminal carelessness to hurl tho word coward at a brother sailor just because his reading of tho chart shows him another course towards the samo or glare distrust at superficial circum Â¬ stance Let us believe that a hundred years have borne us away from factions Jacobin and Girondist jealousy and THE STAIC ALLIANCES Th Nntlnnul OrjraH AiUnonMhc Them te Attend Cloaeljr to Cortain Indlsponinhln liitlt ory It need not fee feared That the next session of this supreme eownell elect dele gato from this order te represent It In sat4 nntlonal conferonoo of productive organisa- Â¬ tions for political purposes te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ w mSkhymmm m mvwwrAivn5tm3mm WMkimiMsM A iGrtORArrrsEaamfe Mmm pdhi JmmmMmK3Eax sxmMj Kmvv jkJiMn V ill 1 a x iM0 -- iirnKav IMP Hub-Treasu- ry 1 lllT mmmk Vlmmfmmm 1 n9niiBAlHS9 jummmL j IE i - - WMmmM - 4ia -- AlHifl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ xrt sub-treasu- ry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ co-oper- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o I - a f vm 0 FTM mr i i Hazel Gjieen Herald SPENCER COOPER - Editor MORGAN COUNTY Mltj toun Mlmdlt Pern-ni-mtie I b iV TfMM xana vGhuJm IMta MIT HTM K 33 tf5ToDil4 W u II iEI KY II iff fl c a l Erwin the Peoples candi- m t Aupr 14 mi1 mnnv tirnilllltu III IIKIIII ikHiilJl mmmmmmmm mmmmlli imhv umi the county were like result The Hour roller mill company which the smoke of the great Kansas cannon iL-ft Iff iffSRSPaN Zfc293 v it wna propoHCil to form at thin placu has cleared away and the smaller guns time ago Iiiih not yet materialized have been stacked we do not see that home All tho farmers in the surrounding the ollicers of the country have been country should tukoHtock in this enter- Â¬ changed in the least but one thing we PUKSIDENT prise lor the prortpect now w that Hour do know that Erwin is not Governor of will bo highern tilroy8 kile in lews Kentucky and Heaven still stands and than th re o montliH that his following has been so small that the papers have thus far failed to pub S W To TcacherH School Oflicern and Pat lish his vote Hut all of thih get up ronB of the Public School of Wolfe tho third party has given us great trouVIOK PKESIDENT county Notice in hereby given that tho ble as it has been suggested and no doubt Wolfe County TcacherH Institute will be commended by both Democrats and Re lipid at Campton Ky Aug 1891 publicans that there should be a day set 1011 II RTrw All are respectfully invited to attend apart in the near future for the baptism Moat respectfully ol all who were led away by this strange A H II N Homos doctrine that has been hurled into the County Superintendent many artificial ear drums that have been CASHIER so contented an to catch that uncertain Our farmers hIiouUI prepare to make sound Hut the great question now is their exhibitH at our coming Fair and who can we get to act as clergyman everything grown or raised on the farm We havent vet found any man that has W Hhould bo represented In tliiH connec proven his allegiance to the great would f mjitt TBlKujr urn TTTiJ V 1 fr CSKl jto tion wo wIhIi to ay that Capt II be party that could legally perform ASST CASHIER Treacy Lexington Ky can Hiipply any Can some one of the many readers of ono who may denire it with a nure win- Tiik HritMD give us n name is This ning trotting bred filly Write him and a matter that should be attended to at get h price once Measles in almost every house in town Iiint Notlii ami Inlr Warning R A Childers tells me he has eight bad Has ample facilitiesfor doing Wo have heretofore notified all persons cases at his home general banking business So a that wo will not do any further credit licits deposits makes collec Miss Florence Hose is but little better business We need money to meet our tions gives prompt and careful debts and thoso indebted to us must her brother Tom has fever attention to all business entrust- Â¬ Wijfouss pay and not one cents worth more cred August 10 ed to it and extends to its it will bo extended to any one who owes Illnokuiitor Hubble customers the most liberal us as much as one cent now This is TSMMjgjg 7 7 Wm Miles has been very sick Z accommonationsconsistentwitn emphatic and final and we will not honcorrect bankingbusiness or any more orders Respectfully Kelly Williams is on the hick list 10 Day Co July J T Frank Williams hurt his hand very bad the other day Tho dally papers bring us no further R J F LOCKHART The threshing machine is with us and returns from the election and wo are therefore unable to give our readers the we can have biscuits now Reth Carter is vry happy its a boy tun vote ol tlio stato in the election Am announced in these columns on last and says its not a thiid party boy cJBHBj Friday Hrown i elected by a majority Wm Henry has been sick lor some EZEL KY of about 25000 and the rest of the State time but is convalescent at this writing Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ot ticket about the same Tho Peoples Frank Pieratt and wife and Clarence It J A TAULBEE party polled only about 16000 and in and Curtis Pieratt are all visiting on some counties not a vote was polled for Krwin We hope soon to give tho total Cauey Job Rom while working in the bank vote of each candidate on each State ticket Jack Aruett is elected over Rice the other day wa- hurt very bad by Hazel Green Wolfe County To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consistsome dirt fulling on him by 145 majority ing of KENTUCKY Willie Cox is driving Mr Kelly the Take Notion c bos spectacle man He has sold several HIGSTAFF REAR All porsons knowing themselves indebt ghnse through here and they give satisAlso FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS ed to G H Swango must make settle faction i ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ills accounts have been ment at once Ike McGuire Inn taken George Mont placed in my hands for collection and gomery to Salyersville to have his examMT STKIILIXG KY when I call upon those owing him I ining trial for selling liquor and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains Ike is bad Practice in the courts of Montgomery and shall expect them to settle If they do on moonshiners and mugwumps adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap 4STEVEUYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY peals umi Feilerul Courts not I will warrant them and they can 10 Siickkk August REFUNDED then pay debt and costs I will take any HOUSE kind of stock at good prices Respect Canny Chronlolos Hazkl Gkkkn Ky fully but earnestly yours The following sales of stock have been Mas LOU DAY Proprietress CHAIUIySwAN0 tf made In this neighborhood during the This house has been recently refitted and past few days John Patrick to T J refurnished mul the table is at all times supIn this issue appears tho announce Rurton one yoke of oxen for with the best iu the market Pates CATLETTSBURC KY ment of J H Hollon ourellicient Coun Â¬ S7f0 J C Prater to same ono yoke plied reasonable Sample room uttttehed and spe The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley ty Court Clerk for tho ofllce of Circuit 67f0 Win Reid to Win Whitt one cial rate- - to commercial men Patronage is Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen Court Clerk Mr Hollon has all the yoke 71 J S Wheeler to J W Rur- respectfully solicited uGly 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed qualifications for a first class clerk and ton one yoke 42 J C Hyrd to same CMSswoHXxo-9e-fro P FANT his experience an County Clerk will aid one voke S0 John Patrick to Alex Jeff Sole proprietors of the famous Sole proprietors of the renowned SCfcX X him wonderfully in tho discharge of tho Patrick one yoke 85 J S Wheeler JAMES THE OLD RKMAHLi HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL duties of tho now position should ho suc to D M Deborde one yoke sr T J Hat House of W S Dickinson Co The only remedy that is sold on nn ahso x For the permanent cure of Pains iu thet ceed in getting it Ho is very popular Rurton sold ono mare for 76 also sold Hack and all disorders of the Kidneys Vine CINCINNATI Jlute guarantee to cure all Imiiii anil Cor with tho peoplo throughout tho county to Frank Patrick one yoke of oxen for Invites all Ienrl mountain friends and es and ITriniirv Orinim Tlionsnmli of cit5 Aches Trumps una Lone Diarrluea Dys of his and whether no succeeds or not is sure 105 titictites of those who have used this pecially the mcrchunts to give him a call entery cic tseii internally ami exter nally The hest Liniment in the world remedy will be sent on application to make it mighty interesting for tho when in the city o On August 3 Miles Patrick and the I PUICE W CENTS X PRICE 100 other candidates A careful considera- Â¬ in a fight on Tur- Â¬ Stacey boys engaged tion of his claims is commended SON key Hrauch in which Patrick was badly R S ST11ADER Fou Saik ry Dnuo Stoiu axd Country Storks EvEUYWHiitE Ba cut with a knife In the hands of Kirby Coiuuuitloit Cm Ill Co Successors to J A Laii An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ Stacy There is not much hopes of his WM RPilGIIT Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President recovery tice buying had placed iu his hands by LEXINGTON KY 71 E Main Struct began teaching Maggie Elam Mis nn East India missionary the formula of Wholesale Dealers iu a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy school In district No 44 today YOU LEXINGTON- and permanent euro of Consumption 10 Falcon August Straight Kentucky Whiskies Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all CALL ON n Morjjuii County Voter and Lung Affections also a posiFrom Throat c WinesM Brandies tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ Mn EiMTou Tho election is over and ity and all Nervous Complaints after just as we expected the Perns got there having tested its wonderful curative pow We want to know what is to becomo of FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY ers in thousands of cases has felt it his those Third party men The Rads wont CIGARS AND TOBACCO duty to niako it known to his su tiering let em stay up Salt river Some of them Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Office fellows Actuated by this motive and a are awful sick My God thov look bad Tarf and Old Taylor deairo to relievo human Huflering I will We have beard of tivo men throwing- up Kcud freo of charge to nil who desire it from a quart to a half bushel of lhird thia recipe iu German French or Kng partv tickets Well I guess wo aro rid 1 U Sharp Hrtiee Trjmhle TGDenton Huh with full directions for preparing of alotof weak need Dems Rads DENTON IAUGKST FOUNDUY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE If SHARP TRIMBLE and using Sent by mail by addressing gone where the woodbino twineth M east ot Louisville with stamp naming this paper W A thov were whero they bolong they would MT STERLING KY Noyks 820 Powers Hlock Rochester be in a hotter place than this Give me All kinds of HOILEK AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILlflffiA I Have now a complete line of 4vl N Y a straight Democrat or Republican DONE AT THE LOWEST MVINU IltKTS J M KELIA dont want none of your middle men Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Tho farmers of this section should nor your cranks OHicc 9 EAST MAIN STREET We want men who T carefully read tho article on our first will stand firm and be men and not be and Gents Furnishing Goods tarFoinulry on K V RAILROAD headed Tho High Protective Tar led about by the noso and whooped up pago Ill A careful perusal and study of it at the polls and say to us vote for reform We solicit an inspection of nuit conyiuco overv reasonable man Wo have two parties which is right and our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ that tho tArifrimnoseif by tho Republican thoy aro all wo need Away with such --JL partv is tho whole cause of the existing stutlas some men have been talking It ces satisfactory and articles as tu the country and that the nam times will do to feed some poor suckers with only romeby for these evils is the eleva- Â¬ but we With best recom mended cant eat her tion to Kvcr State and National of wishes for Tin HritAU I will desist IHUAHJNHUSL0NJH BOOK KEEPINQ SHORT HAND TYPE WRITINO PEHMANSHIP the Dcmocrntjo party which is pledged Tnui Run HtfJlVEHXirW10 AT THE BRYANT STRATTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST IDINGFELDER to a reduction of tho tariff Lot every MRNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE paragraph bo an object lesson and it An Important Correction must certainly teach that tho only hone Through u piece of gross carelesness for bettor times is in the success of tho the card of P R Phillips in our Fair CO M VnilihMiml ConmieKl Colle JENTUuKY UNIVERSITYlk1 Iillev Democratic party No other party yet catalogue reads with J M Robinson rhl 0kW of Liberal Arts luist courses cins- ipV PsfUnf t t lwrn or to bo born can nHord the farmer and It should rend with Carter Co Importer and fohhix of half the relief that tho Democratic party Hros Wo hope all interested Co CCIVimI im ktnli s ik hi reiwiiniiiiin raiex iiotn hpxcn re vJuLt iw cn will note the correction and make duo fimii etc Vt S mV ltwMvni uC Moniliiy ot September For catalouiu Ivowlly College of the 11111 VrU SitAllAJl liSnioH Ky Allowance for a rush of work night and DRY AND NOTIONS dent A SfDvei VbIJIiik Uttmiuly GOODS month past j Mkorimixh the only permanent euro day for a for all forms Of hcadHcfio and neuralgia ISK CENTRE COLLEGE No f17 WW mul M- laiiks stweM Needing a topic or chlMnm that want buthllng relieve the pin iu from 1 to 20 minup rlmuhl tnVo West Mnlii Street ute For Hie on positive guarantee at TAii H kr a ii otticv or sotit Ktpnlil by to take cure Malaria IpJlgW It la llHnnt luruior iniorinntlon mldrws LOUISVILLE KY All tlclow VP It W C YOlNO p I Uon aut KUlouwicM vuuiOtt rwipt ot price w cent a a box Danville Ky cP J Friday HAZEL GREEN Our election ha come and gone with the UHiial result that with large iraliin eonideriiiL the many li- advantages with which it had to contend The vietorv U one over which we can justly rejoice n it is not only a victory over the Republican party but alco the IVoplen party The ellecH of the Ieo- le party were principally domic oy inv Vinoerutic party ami not the Republic- im party Thin we Know oy ine renuu Out of 105 nt nip ItlucLMiitir iirofinit voteH CilizciisNutioruil Bunk WINCHESTER t 42348 KENTUCKY wi r t PAID UP CAPITAL i801jivllymt I for S 11 - imm e m lf M 17500000 WASH MILLER I rVWX Â¬ WILLIS Â¬ r lMrBRSiSisiUl HAMPTON Â¬ 1 Â¬ mMiimmiWBSmmiiA i i fjjSVSnMiJ Tnij J P0YKTBR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ D NEW STORE NEW GOODS DENTIST D Physician and Surgeon - Swango Seasonable Goods Rose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ O Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Â¬ Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ Â¬ DAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ NrnvPKiMrif t Â¬ y jr frtfroootte44e44M WHENEVER VISIT Â¬ THE Â¬ Lexington Foundry Co 99 EAST MAIN STKEET Jrf vnrerrfttlTE Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St iMyCMUJiM V JSsl wmutm I J IrHt JUeXlIlgtOIl Ivy J ROBINSON n -- Â¬ JSV Itmi s J Hazel Geeen Herald Huh u Jtfrger circulation in Wolfe Morgan and Hreuthitt than all other papers in thu btute iiihI merchants in Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and indu nati will llnd ItTHK hkht medium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVKUTISINO HATES TRANSIENT Â¬ Advertisements innerted for lews hnu 3 mouths will he 75 cents an inch for the first insertion and J cents an inch for each sub year 1852 sequent iuscrtioil Â¬ Diinocmtlo lrluutry EltutloiiM Pursuant to an order of tho Democrat- Â¬ ic Count Committee of Wolfe county there will be n primary election held in each voting precinct in Wolfe county on Saturday September C 1091 between the hours of 7 oclock A M and 0 oclock in M to nominate a candidate for the ollice of Circuit and Common Pleas Court Clerk and Sheriff of Wolfe county to bo voted for at the regular election in tho crats will bo entitled to vote For tho purpose of paying the expenses of said primary election the candidates for said ofllccs will each pay to the chairman of the County committee 6 on or beforo August 81 1891 at which timo the poll bonks will be made up and sent to tho various precincts and no name will bo Rev E O Gucrrhut will occupy the s pulpit at tho Presbyterian church of next Monday night and Rov Mr place Chisliolm of Winchester will preach in the same church on Tuesday night 11 Ctomcral THREE EMveMltjTj KENTUCKY 4 EIOHMOiTD At said election all Demo Â¬ UK 1 TRANSIENT APVKRTIHINO MU8T PAID IN ADVANCE STANDING AMERTIHKMKNTS 7 0 inch VI mouth JZirAtA 3 A inches 3 incite it 15 fit X inches 5 iuchen i votes for said ollices of Clerk and Sheriff Glllmoro Glonnlnsa shall pay the remainder of said expenses Married at the residence of tho brides pro rata Tho board of election etc father J H Vest Andy Haddix Jr to ANNO UNC KM KNT will be published in duo timo Miss Rhoda A Vest both being very We are authorized to announce GEOKGE By order of committee Long young 17 and 16 respectively W I K VICE as n candidate for Shvrill of Joseph C Lykins Wolfe County subject to action of the Deni may they live and prosper Chairman Dem Co Com ocratio party Rev Bro Hawthorn preached at this Wo are authorized to announce WEEDEN W Congleton candidate for the place yesterday at 1130 a m and 880 J p M and for a young preacher he talks CONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriff of Democratic nomination for Sheriff of well ol the Wolfe county subject to the action Wolfe county was in town last Satuday Democratic party Mrs J H Vest is visiting relatives shaking hands with the people Weed and friends on Quicksand in Breathitt We arc authorized to announce W A Congleton is one of the best citizens in DYKI of Torrent as a candidate for Slier Wolfe county and should he be the county this week ilfof Wolfe county at the August election Aug 10 Uncle Humus 1892 subject to the voters of the county choice of the party at the primary and is a Democrat and expects be elected to tho office of Sheriff ho will Mr IJyrd says he to remain one he does not believe in frau render entire satisfaction to the people dulent means of securing county office and We have had considerable business dea if honored to the position ofSheritl will ings with him always found him to be a perform the duties regardless of person or gentleman of sterling may integrity and can party therefore consistently commend a careyouthful color We aro authorized to announce JONAS ful consideration of his claims to the V VANSANT of Campton us a candidate Democrats of this county beauty for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to action of the Democratic pnrtv It dally Tho following is the official vote of Had 8 years experience as Deputy Clerk influence respectfully this Senatorial district Your support and with solicited COUNTY HAROIS HURST We arc authorized to announce J H Morgan C22 1226 IIOLLON present County Clerk as a can Wolfe 586 418 didate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe Lee 652 479 It county subject to action of the Democratic Magoffin 828 090 party Your support and influence is most Johnsou 1198 714 respectfully solicited Menefee 209 489 a and Powell 376 440 new Common Pleas court is in session at Breathitt 823 1035 week Camptou this of hair Â¬ Lihcral rates on larger advertisements made known on application Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten Hues solicited and published keek 7MrMiMs kor Kkuimau Advertising lAYAIUB QUARTERLY ON DEMAND SLM2NTEU COOPER Address IIncl Oreen Ky inches i 75 22 00 Jo 00 put on said poll books after that date nor at that except he has paid tho 3 aforesaid and in the event said amount of 3 from each candidnto does not pay the expenses of said primary election tho candidates receiving the majority of S G Sample of Ezel brought to this 8 Rlld Ciasbicai SeiKNTlFC AND Lettkrh CouitSBS leacing to Bachelor B oflico last week u beet weighing 8 pounds B L and Master M A M S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Eleotivo and 11 ounces It was raised by Mrs Courses A FULL Faculty of nhlo and experienced men each n specialist hi his department John D Henry who kindly presented it Richmond tho geographical center of tho Statu in the heart of the Bluegras re Â¬ to us and who lias our thanks for samo gion 1000 feet above tho sea freo from malaria a few hours by rail from Louisville Cincinnati Knoxvillo and Chattanooga Keflifcd and hospitable community ami stu Â¬ Lou City Locals and Memorial Hal best The election passed off quietly It dents hid homos in thesessionfamiliesfrom 29 States Territories and countries 401 Attendance last seems everybody voted their sontimonts Nkw Gymnasium More than 100000 added to tho endowment last year We hope to see the time come when Eiohty two 82 endowed scholarships for thu boneflt of worthy poor young men Expenses Moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servant attention everybody will do so Next Session opens Wednesday Sept P 1891 wish to correct a mistuko about the I L H BLANTON D D Chanoellor SFor Catalogue apply to annual meeting at this place It will bo hold Sept 25th JAMES B TI1TON JAMES KENNEDY Kov J T Pieratt closed a meeting at this rijaco to a good and well behaved crowd WilTand James Baily aro rapidly fin ishing up J B Roses now mansion DEALERS IN- LincHTY Aug 10 COLLECES--I- DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY Al Â¬ m TlipiOB -- Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY EBTho prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited care and attention in compounding None but pure medicines mid drugs used and given spcolal fobC ly dP AQSKSOST OLLEGIATE DAILY HACK LIME FROM INSTITUTE HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Hazel Grcon every morning Sun day excepted and connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Rothwell every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at Hazel Green at 430 P M Â¬ Ut Central University That Your Hair Its fullness and retain JAOKSON KENTUCKY Situation beautiful and healthful large two story brick building a faculty of com petent and experienced teachers Primary and intermediate departments all common A academic and collegiate de branches partments Higher English Natural and Mental Sciences Lutin Greek Ucruinu Al gebra Geometry Surveying o Full Nor mal Course arranged especially for the thorough training of teachers Business Course giving practicnl instruction in busi ness forms and calculations commercial law penmanship type writing c Musical department organ and piano Both sexes admitted moralh of students carefully guard ed courses of study complete and thorough Session of 1891 2 opens Tuesday 8ept 1st fcSrFor circular giving full information address Pkof M O MARION Sccy Jackson Ky L II Blantok D D Chancellor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dress Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Hair Vigor cleanses the scalp cures humors stimulates growth Fare 2 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers in charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladies or children traveling without escort The traveling patroungo respectfully solic- Â¬ ited Very rcspeotfullv W R TAIIOR Proprietor Â¬ The hald and grav will find a fetire remedy in Halls Hair Renewer 5747 4288 Â¬ Hargis majority 1459 Dr Â¬ A Voter in tho Seventh precinct Chap Swnngo of this place is this wants to know who will be entitled to week taking in the Sharpsburg Fair vote in the primary election on Saturday As it is a Democratic primaSept 5th Do not fail to read Sheriffs sale of ry we incline to the opinion that only land may be in it land for your Democrats will be entitled to vote John Ayers Sarsanarilla never before equal B Castleman chairman of the Demoed its present daily record of marvelous cratic State Executive committee says cures A Democrat is he who votes the Dem- Â¬ ocratic ticket and as he is the highest Our Ezel correspondence arrived too authority it looks like only those who late for this ibsue but will hold it over voted the Democratic ticket in August lor next week can participate in the September prima- Â¬ Henry Wilson of Daysborough has ry election our thanks for a half dozen of the finest Again we wish to call the attention of tomatoes we have seen the traveling public to the advantage in David Collier a Baptist minister re- Â¬ patronizing the hack line between this siding near Campton committed suicide place and Rothwell The drivers are Tuesday night by hanging accommodating clever gentlemen and you are sure to make connection every Dr J B Tnulbee and family of Mt time No horse or vehicle to bother you Sterling are visiting Dr John A Taul- and an easy ride Patronize the hack bee and family and other relatives and line and save time trouble and needless friends expense Aunt Caroline Swnngo mother of G Fred Kellam alias Accoraac was a B and Willie T has been quite sick for teveral days with something like cholera guest of tho Day House over Sunday and made a flying trip to Campton on morbus Monday where ho sola some good bills Ladies I Ayers Hair Vigor is a supe- Â¬ returning here in the evening Fred is rior and economical hair dressing It only about as big as the little end of a has become an indispensible article for short stick sawed off but he can knock the toilet out any drummer on tho road when it fair comes to selling first class groceries The irrepressible Gus Meyer the haired Adonis who represents Kerr Judge Swango desires to say to the Co of Iron ton Ohio was a guest of the citizenR of Wolfe and adjoining counties Day House last week that he has had his mill at this place overhauled and is now ready to do good The Hazel Green cornet band this corn week signed a contract to play for the work in grinding either wheat or supe- Â¬ The flour Tie is now turning out is Hazel Green Fair Sept 29th und 30th rior to any ever made at his mill and as and Oct 1st and 2nd good as any made in Eastern Kentucky Notice The sale of the booth privi- See advertisement in this issue leges of the Hazel Green Fair AssociaThe proceedings of tho Wolfe county tion will take place on Wednesday Sept L U held July 25th and 26th F 10 at 2 oclock i M reached us on Tuesday evening of this John Wilson gladdened the heart of week seventeen days after the meeting the editor and his better- - with a dozen and too late for publication as nearly all roasting ears ami a bucket of fresh sweet the paper was in type They will appear next week cider for which he has our thanks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lowell Mass J C Ayer Co WOOD Office DAY f A 1 T wool It F DAY THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N ATTORNEYS AT LAW HAZEL GREEN Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt ltowan Magoffin and Morgan counties ami Superior Court and Court of Appeals over Kxchange Bank Mnysville St Mt Sterling Ky II WITUEI18POON President It D HUNTEH Cashier Â¬ This Bank solicits the accounts of mer- Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men CO generally throughout Eastern Kentucky Having just thoroughly overhauled the and offers its customers every facility and JOBBEItS OF Hazel Green Mills we ure now better than tho most liberal terms within the limits of to do ever prepared Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods legitimate banking oct8ly AND UMBRELLAS NEW- 82 N Paint St CIIILLICOTJIE O And wc respectfully ask all wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give us a trial We guarantee satisfaction WITH JH YANKEE BENNETT Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 SEIP HAZEL GREEN MILL CO IM3j FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY ESTRAY NOTICE The aflinnt Noah Wyatt states that he has taken up as strays 011 his farm in Wolfe countv about 1M miles southwest of Canip ton Ky 3 hogs about 12 months old of black and white spotted color innrked with smooth crop off each car and two splits in left ear mm one split in right ear I have had same appraised by J 6 Cable of Wolfe county Kentucky who nslesscd the value ot said hogs at 9 and the owner of same can have them by proving and paying char Â¬ Capital Wm 8250000 Surplus 840000 Cjias M Mitchell ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 President Grubbb Cashier Â¬ The largest capital and surplus and individual depoRlts than any bank in this seo tioi of tho State N B WYATT ges for them Given under my hand this Julv 17 1891 W B DUFF J P W C Exchange Bank of Kentucky State of Kentucky bc1 County of Wolfe J I J B Hollon Clerk of the MT STERLING KY same in my said oflice Given under my hand this Julv 20 1891 J B HOLLON C W U C ty Court do certify that the foregoing stray notice was this day lodged in my oflice for record and that 1 have duly recorded the Wolfe Coun Â¬ CAPITAL 810000000 Wo have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to Increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well B J 1 STA1 IIOF KENTUCKY 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS PETERS PRESIDENT JOHN G WINN Oabhier Agricultural Scientific Engineering COUNTY APPOINTEES REC Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Classioal Normal Sohool Acndomio Commercial and Military Courses of FREE OF TUITION 2 IVED Capital J M G L 2PO000 Surplus 80000 H Pieratt and Mort Swnngo The Sandfield school house near Hazel returned Tuesday from Paintsville where Green was burned Friday night and it they were visiting Mr und Mrs H C will be a serious loss to the district It Herndon from Friday of laKt week is said to be tho work of incondiaries Tho trustees secured another building J W Craven and family left Tuesday and Mrs Nannie Kash reopened school for Montgomery county where they will Tuesday visit relatives and friends for the next The Inrent of IiiHomniu few weeks taking in the Shnrpsburg The parent of insomnia or wakefulness is Fair this week in nine cuses out of ten dyspeptic stomach Prof Cord came up on the hack Tues loop digestion gives sound sleep indiges stom day evening attended to some business tion interferes with it The brain and symv again ach sympatlzeH One of the prominent hero and today Friday leaves toms of weak state of the gastric organs Is for Covington to attend the Christian a disturbance of the great nerve entrepot Church convention the brain Invigorate the stomach mid you restore equilibrium to the great centre A The Beattyyille Fair will he held on most reliable medicine for tho purpose is the 2nd 3rd and 1th of September and ilostettcrs Stomach Hitters which is fur promises to bo a decided success The preferable to mineral sedatives and powercolored Fair at the same place will be ful narcotics which though they may for a time exert n soporific influence upon the held Aug 19 20 and 21 brain soon cease to act and invariably In Hitters W T Caskoy is building a largo barn jure the tone of the stomuch Thethe oper on the contrary restore activity to on his town property tho work on it of tlmtj important organ and their boinc done by Emery James W J ations beneficent influence is reflected in sound Wallis and others and it will bo quite a sleep and a tranquil state of the nervous A wholesome impetus is likewise nice one when completed system given to the action ot the liver and bowels Dr B F Carter superintendent of by Its use schools for Morgan county request us FOR DYHIKlHIA to say that the Morgan County Institute Use Itretrna Iran Hitler will convene at West Liberty August 1hysicUn recommend it OeaalM 24th 1891 at 9 oclock a m Trustee All dealen keep It 1100 per bottle wrapper Jay Friday at 10 oclock a m has trado mark and crowed red llnwoa Mrs J IJIGSTAFFilSsldont KIRK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Board in dormitory families 300 to 4 Fall term begins September nth ibpi K per week in private For Catalogue address JAS LEXINGTON KY PATTERSON PhD HJBT RRXfflftXTniftS 11 Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Competition Open to the World Wo respectfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mt Sterling National Bank 11 GROCERS MT STERLING KY jjcJrConsignmcntH of produce and the patronage of Mountain Merchants respect Â¬ Jel4ly fully solicited Over 10 and under 15 years of ago Over 15 years ADMISSION 25 Cents 35 Cents Â¬ MT STERLING KY J Capital 100000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WJ Thos Henderson 8EITZ WITH WtlOLWJAIK Catalogues giving pre miums in full will bo ready for distribution June 20 and may be had by addressing w a LACY Secretary Surplus 10660 LEWIS APPERSON PkiwinENT H R FRENCH Oabhikr Mountain business is respectfully solicited with thu assurance that we will treat every customer fairly Son HIJ fJy MAUPIN WITH For Booth privileges address J M ROSE ASHLAND KY President WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOlt Ac CATM5TTSBURQ Y D H CARPENTER K Hazel Green Herald 8PJCN0KR OOOPKK Jamestown It now Puritan but I never says FaMtelMr t Thats a pretty tough wipe youve gotthar partner remarked tho Texan BAZXL GREIN i rr THE OLD HOME S I Htonl Into tho old old homo With Hllcnt nolumn puce For tho dwelling of my childhood duyi 1b now n huuntod place And tho mutnorlcH of byono yearn Stttnd forth before my mind With hndovy llngorn boukonlng To what In loft bohltuL ft lint for aoundM where nil Ih Htlll For voIcoh that nro goncs Hut I only hoar my echoed troud And tho breozea hollow monn I hcok for forms that aro no moro Amid tho twIllKht nlootii But I only sen my nhiwlow dark s Flung wide ucrom tho room T m cji And hn I wander nadly on A thoiiHund fancies throng 1 atiol ho my mother now fuco ho long Thats vanished 2 mo the forma of those I loved Old friends of happier yoara And Sin I kuzcj toy aching heart Ourllowit in flooding team Oh home old home thou art nol here Thy shadow only utayn Thou art not in these silent rooms Theso lone iloKcrtud ways Hut where the frlciids of other days I 311j J llavo gathcred bright and fair Where smllliiK forms of those I loved Arc wnUlng iromoiH thorn J Arthur U Salmon in Once a WceU respectfully eyeing tho scar across the Mlo thUr an Injun tramps forehead story thar Naw And the tramp looked out of the window with a wistful expression on his scarred face boforc proceeding That scrape never eomo from an Injun et come from a Greaser and his bones hev been picked long ago by the cayotcs out thar Taint often I tells my woes cause nobody blleves my siflry Would you like to know why wearing rags and ridin on car truckV In the year DO I was a young man studyin law in Itoston with e good prospects ahead e any man ever bed afore him I hod just come in for five thousand by the death of an uncle the last of kin One evening ut a social hop I met Mary dont matter about her other namu and wall twas a case of love from tho word go She was a rich minis daughter my wealth didnt go fer much gainst the gov- Â¬ ernors imtrtheu I bed prospects Things wenton ez slick e possible fer a time when 1113 health failed and tho doctors ordered rest and change Tho gold fover struck me and I made up my mind one day to dig for a for- Â¬ tune In Californey and get my health in tho bargain Course Mary cried and I give up tho trip twice but finally got ln The plnn worked I was nil snfe behind n rock at the entrance when four or live of tho gang came out wl thar hands to thar eyes coughin The boys on top began firln and soon tho whole crowd como out in u hurry Took me about two seconds to get inside the cave The smoke near stilled me but I crawled to wharlcould hear a woman coughin Didnt take me long to get her out The woman was hangin on me half dead and I was toilln up the side of tho bluff when all o a sudden we run right agin the big Mexican Ho grunted somcthin in Mexican and felt fer us Ills hand touched the woman then we closed I tried to hit him with the butt end of my revolver but a downward stroke of his arm knocked it ilyin Then I reached fer 1113 bowic and while doing so got jthis wipe across tho face I was abouQ blinded but I got in a lunge on him wjiloh fixed him 1 lost my head then and the boys found mo lying right on the Grouser The woman was gone no one had seen her Tho boys found her the next day lyln et the foot o the bluff dead Shed run dff thar In tho dark I was PERSONAL AND LITERARY Â¬ iombs norm OAMPTOH T L 0 Koehrig late professor of Sancrit and tho living oriental lan S 0 COMBS PROTRIBM guages in the Cornell university is Tkt patronage of the trTellf pnU k master of no less thirty languages two rtipeotAilly aollcltei Table tk btif aai James Fonimoro Coopers cemfort ef gaeiu daughters who are now quite old la Â¬ Tiry attention for tho in the dles reside in Cooperstown KELLAM midst of tho scenes mado famous by FEED WITH Herbert Spencer is not so greatly absorbed In nbstriscphUosphybutthut he can take an interest In the humane and concrete He has joined the Irtish Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Children It is not generally known that Marat lived in London between 177S and 1780 and published a book in En gland entitled An Enquiry into a Singular Discaso of the Eyes London 1770 The original manuscript Is lost A house in Olney England in which tho poet Cowper lived for twenty years has been allowed to fall into such a state of disrepair that the owner has had to be served with a notice from the local sanitary authority as to its dilapi dated condition One costume worn by the late Emma Abbott weighed one hundred and fifty pounds The mantle alpnc pulled tho eale at seventy five pounds How the little woman managed to stagger along under it says the Philadelphia Times In a hot theater is a mystery to every- Â¬ Â¬ their fathers pen M apl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers PORTSMOUTH Â¬ Â¬ THER 0 25 PER ter SALARY Agkntb to WEEK Good bkll oua Wanted mkrohakdibe No Gekehal link of Above salahy will bb peddling paid to live agents for fur Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Burcn St Chicago III information address H ENRY MATLOCK with MCMILLAN HAZEN CO WHOLESALE Â¬ fj W BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN ONlYa J11 TJiAMP Joys and started Boon Mtvny Sorrows lhLifo II E vm tWZl VA U f lying in camp wheh tbe ISoys brought ljerun mil J must ho bcimporty weak fer thojiihiott caught sighf p that face all brtilscVWid cut I fainted dead away It waiMarWHrl never told tho boys Her husband qanyedler away but not fore I touched niy sin stained ins tothers t licdidnt suffer moron I AM for beet tohidiiny feel in Her husband vasiv Walthy Juine owner they told me and lied taken his wife w th him on ono of his business trips JiXty tlie jnonoy tlied hoarded up went Ilkfe iiifstf arter that Sometimes Ive been ou my fcetsjnce but not fer fiuckjs aginuie I like Jong ntajunc HUMOROUS the life though Ive been in many a scrape but alius come out o k Pr Must Have Ilcen a Poet Hurly Then A left the diggings for nowhere hups I hevnt lied enough trouble to fcelf Hello old man getting along well tho tattors and ended up- well I finally lined a please fate Tho llgure within Ilurly doefully Yes in years straightened itself up wiped the partty of scouts und wandered ovee the Mind telling mo the name of tho Yankee Illnde alkali dust from its eyes essayed id westOrn country flghtln Injuns mine owneruisked the drummer Grandfather Dean who is very old speak then pointed to tho ieewater Two years later I was one of a pavty No SlmsTlarlfln answered tho indeed was holding his little grand Â¬ - of toil prospectin In the Wahsatch tramp raiding his head from his hands tank and saniruack to tho lloor exdaughter Helen on his lap when she ihuusted mountains in Utah We bed settled Of HostonV suddenly asked very seriously Grand Â¬ we get to El for camp oneeveningdn a patbraTjcave right Hill Veh I1aso now all remarked tho conductor not far from a prooipieh from files pa why dont jou wear a switch whnr we One of the richest men of Itoston Toledo Made irninat tho law to put a man off at oouldlOok itrthe valley alulfver about know him vell remarked the drum A volume has just been published this part of the road Put a peddler olT two miles to the stage coach trail nior iMJy George JUTwrite to him The Lords Prayer in Three entitled - hell lAttf V fHindttlArftskalUl a line aftele once your1 fodt in good iuVmiiu out twuuiuAhe mounHundred Languages Comprising the talns rtttoij iKweelc latiirJ p shape 3 VWVnurpom oritlorH bout done up l was btaudin 011 a rock lookin The tramp raised himself proudly to Leading Languages and Their Princi- Â¬ at pal Dialed s with tho Places Where Haiti tlo man from Texas wheros my tho valley underneath when I saw the his full height JluslcV isUigecouohwaup on tho trail round Partner you may bo a white man Spoken At the Picture Gallery He sud- Â¬ Wlioreil you get the poor cussrv in the lllufV ttiubnvrtt A l miif so be I ami I dont want help from called denly asked lhe Frnneiseo drummer wiping uuid seoltfVj ojjvhomethjnlol see thet quarter Ill starve furst Iy the way Miss Laura do ii ni you paint i She off her guard lOl Paso hK porsiiring brow 111 Sir called the brakeman Liit iiiiyi w miiiiiiiiui 11 nr Iound him on tho brake beam our glasses at the coach anduiiouu waved Wharyebo going to asked the how dare why yes Mr Hankinson when wo stopped at tho water tank sometimes in an amatcui way our hats though we knew they couldnt Chi uUsaJHjthy bnikomttrtv V P f J cago Tribune see Suddenly ono of the boysrsUitf in makin fer Orleans Im lVlriftUoiiverni ybu dont mcah to an oxcKed way Hoys theyre goin to Not at Home Caller Is Miss oys chip in Louisville Courier say VhiitJ nmnd been riding under this ibe attacked sea them forms kirlgin in Joiinial Swceto at homo Servant No un out11 round theV bltiit sir Caller Please toll her I called Sure luiiKiiiiKo T M10 Unites Dont forget will you enyugh sail the vhoo crowd but Servant is announced as a new discovery It how are we goin to warn them No sir Ill go nnd tell her this min- Â¬ Wo stood thur hesltatln until we saw the that monkeys have a language of theii ute Yankee Itlade u i s eoaeli stop then wo all made a rush own vocal bounds to each of which an Good but Misguided Winkle idea is attached That is nothing new together fer tho trail How did you like that girl you had on Took us over an hourtogot thar Every observant farmers boy knowa tho beach last night Noild First and we found tho womon huddled that the eat bird talks and the crow rate 1 came very near proposing to against the cliff tho driver and two and nearly every other animal audi her until F found sho had on a ready men shot and ono woman gone does not take much study to learn what made necktie Cloak Reviow Theyd boon attacked by Molva a Mex each means by its words You know Tho Infantile View for gel ican half breed and his gang of cut Â¬ wimt they say for come Thoy day that I havo out tooth out for ilioro is something good tc throats Tho men headed by tho husHut why lean not flue If they would only hood tho truth band of tho woman Molva had stolen oat for run there Is dunydr foi Cluck clunk Im hungry Theyd seo that It out mo sayi had followed tho band In pursuit the mothor hen nnd every ehioklng Harpers Bazar The husband of tho woman the womon said was about crazy wi will run full tilt to got tho bug oi Tho newspapors poko a good deal of grief and said hod find her if ho bed crumb which she says sho has Then fun at tho summorgirl but oven editors chir-r-- r and tho chicks will scool know to blow the mountain sky high to do it tho summer under Uo bushes Hunters used to call -seated that buggy and a girl nnd a narrowCapt Watson headed our party and moonlight night tho moose ami the deer and the wolf make a very ho know every nook in tho range attractive combination stag moose required two kinds of bomervillo Journal Til bot my boots said tho captain Tho tho 4ITHK IOOlt CRlTTKIlS ABOUT DONK UI thet theyve gone over to Hoars hoad Invitation firstbring call of his mate Had an Artiolo that Would Shop him toward the which would lifter after dropping sovoral bracelets Oh canyon of we cant find them thar huntor but riotJnoilreiumghfora ujaoulnteil tho druiuinor car shot Lord I and Ive been Bitting horo grum- Â¬ well look inot tho cuvo on tho western and then tho challenge of his rival into an umbrella None of these bling about tho heat And tho moan do slopo Joweler producing hund which would bring him with a plung suits me Wo didnt seo nothln suspicious et Heres just tho thing for a lady crocs of fRte Poor eims ing charge Toay that Simians talk cuffs Tho tramp at last regained his thp canyon and after u hard pull Is nothing new Everything talks that of your style Jewelers Weekly Young llloodto pretty girl whom ho breath and tho tender hearted Texan reached ho cave Wo wcro cllmbin has lungs and a larynx Interior along the top o tho bluff when the aswistod him to a scat has followed May I have tho pleas- Â¬ ilowRjJainan of ralildlo age with a captn suddenly whispered a halt and Umuuu Progress ure of accompanying you on your When once the lniumu will has been lirunicnauor- - rreiiy uir stubble beard and a great sear running wo all laid low Twits a starry night Oh don diagonally across his forehead from and tho captn had run across a hole set going like 11 rocket or a clock or a let mo detain you its ncnrlv nnn the scalp to tho right cheek Ilia In tho turf whoro smoke was comin htcam vimrluo and iu the rlirlit 1II10 oclock Wont you bo laf for school not aohievu clotlicri or tutteradenotoil him a tramp out In clouds This was tho chimnoy tlonwhat Can 0 t Domorosts Monthly of tho cavo llfty foot bolpw In tho rbhouldin time control circumstance a Western tramp at that You young scoundrel said the bluff III i IIIMCIKI III UlllILT LllULrill lffl if IJungryV asked tho Texan fAl v tutucr seizing it uisouedtant son bv ins Tho women said thar was lift in education would dav bv dav Hx nm ti -- Hod nothln for thirty six hours mi Show you how VOU mn li Gentlemen remarked tho Texan tho party wo lowed thoy were mis- Â¬ more adapted to ono consistent end to treat your mother taken After some parley tho captn and llnally conscience stricken we gave him bovernl bangs on And thon ho a strangers at yor door tho ears Xcr all while said tho tramp a hit on a plan whloh might work Thar should guide heredity with our own shook him until his hair began to and fall half hour later as ho pulled a match worts ton o us nine war to stay on tjio hands Instead of leaving it to blind out Philadelphia Times unless indeed a out p Vits pocket nml ubotl it for a bluff while tho chimney was beiiig chance A recruit paternal government wisely ical Inspectionwas brought up for med Â¬ choked while one which war me was toothpick and tho doctor asked Gontlomou youd hardly think I to crawl down to tho entrance o tho took tho reins ami only sauotioTiedtho him Have you any defects Yes owned a name by my looks would yor cavo and when tho orowd rushed out union of people who were thoroughly sir I am short Hightcd How can In lovo with oach other ifter due anil you provo I doand a good one at that I was to skip in and grab tho woman lint it Easily enough doctor Ujorge Galyrt- jray tltlo Thirty Tho boys above would lire on the eareful elimination of the unfit Do you see that nail up yonder in tho From Poter- - lbbotson In Harpers WRlin Y v year ago l iwca to ay tnamanme ViUTtl flUv ftVIW bllB nnvunvu Well I dont -- Frenca Magazine point from Lord Baltimore tiw Paper Tho heat sou j w a h iutonso now One day a letter come telliu me the talk- Â¬ Even the ative Sun Fran- Â¬ governor hod dropped all ho owned in cisco drummer tho loss of three ships This didnt Bout three months had collapsed bother mo much In a sweltering skipped by and another come which Tho letter was all full heupv otv the mado mo wild cud seat To tho of lovo and tear stains and said that i 4 s passen tho man who had saved the governor tired endlessly from complete rum wauted to marry gers tho hot hours scorned long Suddenly the braltoman ontcrod her She objected o courso and the bringing with him a cloud of black old man coaxed and stormed and tho btnulco and alkali dust With one hand now lover waited wistful like I was fer goin home but Mary said he shut the doon while with tho other ho dragged a heap of rngs into the car no et d spoil my cluuices Wall the end come at last She Sq you twere sneaking a ride woro you Wall yoi be a tough nut sure married him Tho news dazed ec first enough Got anything ter say for yer- - for I couldnt got et through niyMtend Southern Iueiile express was p u ill n g through tho hot atmosphere of the Arizona duHcrt between wc Yuma and Hun Gentlemen I loved that gal ef over mortal loved any crittor on Gods green earth 1 used to lie under the great sky roof on the prairie at night wrapped in a blanket starin at tho starb build ing great big gold castles and manys the time 1 turned my boss head round to go back to Mary cf I had goue back Id never been here Wall I reached tho diggings finally and located a claim ot Gold Hill and in six mouths laid away quite a pile I wasnt much on drink then and I didnt hev tho red noso I ha Â¬ Â¬ body Count Moltke has loft a number of valuable MSS which will be given to aSfTho above goods aro handled by J T CO Hazel Green Ky tho public before long The old man DAY used to spend some of his leisure hours at Ivrcisau in writing down reminiscences of his long life and character sketches of eminent men with whom he had come in contact The chief literary work however which ho has left con sists of a number of historic and ethno graphic studies that are said to be of Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARES AND great value and importance W m ifct m A OS1 b VOLVKP UK- - ujr A recent visitor to Concord ran across an old man who claimed to have worked for Hawthorne and who in dulged in this bit of description of that I could never get him to say author any thing till after three in the afternoon he was writing and thinking about his books you know mornings Why hed go as near to me as that tree pointing to one three feet off and never see me mornings Put after three when I was working round hed sit on a sawhorse and talk Of Thorcau this ancient servitor observed Do you know when he was surveying Ive carried a chain for him One day he wouldnt speak the next day his tongue would go like a box trap Â¬ Â¬ - mm 0 Nos 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI THE KRUSE I BAHLMAN HARDWARE COMPAHY 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street CINCINNATI 0 - - SuTho wholesale trade of Eastern Kentucky is respectfully solicited -T- Â¬ HE-n GEO W MALPIN G0MPANYS- ii t Wholesale Dry Goods 101 10H Notions 1 nnd 105 W Fourth Street CINCINNATI 1 -- South Side 0 GROSSMAN OCTUy fSfif 1 1 SCHLETJTKER CO Â¬ Saddlery and Harness Nob 74 and 76 Main Street Â¬ CINCINNATI 0 qus Hardware MEYER WITH WMKEREG0 0 JOBBERS INO Agricultural Implements Â¬ MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS A EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASH A SPECIALTY N01 110 112 Second Street My IRONTON OHIO OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS -- T Yk I -- 1 for otjr Illustrated Catalogue containing illustrations andprioei of everything manufactured in the United Stateb at manufactur ers prices 1000a ALL LINES REPRESENTED CATALOGUE MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION JSr DO YOU WANT TO SAVE PROM 26 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so writs Â¬ illustrations St well-instruct- CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Address No 178 West Van Buren CHICAGO ILL aaitoi TIOWERY ens A q for vale at thii Note Paper only 10c a qulr tfkaii you need stationery a- - Writinnr Pinera Eiivelonci Ink Ca TJIJ J imiiT iTTSurcTirwT- j T O rf HOME In HINTS AND HELPS THE DISEASE OF GENIUS Tho Men or Uierul KhowIkIro Not tho Men wushinif blnulc urtlclcs uso Borne ammonia Jo remove discoloration of tlto hands brought about by peeling potu toes or other vegetables or fruits use borux water Colored cotton dresses the appear onco of which is injured by tlu use of starch can be Htiifened by wringing out of ftvveet inillc expresses tuougnt of Helpful Action Balzac in one of his roallstlo novels tho following striking the grains from five errs of corn Heat this in with three eggs a pint of milk tablespoonfnl of butter and salt and pepper to taste Pour into ji pudding dish and bulto twenty five minutes One half box of gcla Hose Jelly tine dissolved in cold water then add a pinch of salt two cupfuls of white su gar one quart of mashed strawberries place on ice until firm turn into a pret ty dish and serve with cake Hoston Â¬ Â¬ Corn Tie With iiKtiurplcnlfcHliuo Herald der the larger outside button This applies of course only to buttons with holes through them Â¬ Hutter Scotch One cup of mo Â¬ lasses two cups of sugar one and one half teaspoonfulsof soda one teaspoon ful vanilla butter size of an ejjr Hoil without stirring until it hardens on a spoon 1our out on buttered plates to cool Add flavoring last Detroit Kree Press When sewing buttons on childrens clothes where there will be much strain on tlfe buttons the danger of tearing the cloth out will be greatly lessened by putting n small button directly un Â¬ two for broiling three partridges break the thigh bone and broil them When well colored on a gentle fire both sides serve them on a hot dish and pour over two ounces of melted butter a tablespoonful of chopped parsley a pinch of pepper cayenne salt and the strained juice of a lemon all well mixed together Garnish with watercress oV slices of lemon N Y vide in Ledger Deviled Partridges Clean and di Â¬ There is nothing that equals fresh buttermilk for removing tan freckles sunburn or moth spots says the Ladies Home Journal It has the groat advan Â¬ tage that it docs not injure the skin but renders it soft like a childs Take a soft cloth or sponge and bathe the face neck and arms thoroughly with buttermilk before retiring for the night then wipe off the drops lightly In tho Tells tho Tlmo by Ills Heard morning wash it thorqnghly and wipe never carried a watcli in my life I dry with a crash towel Two or three said a New Yorker of fifty A watch such baths will take off all the tan and is a habit not a necessary article No freckles It will keep the hands soft man who carries a watch can be any and smooth more regular in his habits than I am I White Custard llcat to the point can get up at a certain minute and do so of boiling a pint and a half of sweet every morning I can tell the time of cream meanwhile put the whites of day by feeling my face Tho beard four eggs in a large bowl with two grows exactly so much and yoxi can ounces of pulverized sugar and any come within a reasonable time of the flavor preferred when the cream is hot hour by passing the hand over your stir it into tho eggs without beating un Â¬ chin Not that it is often necessary til the sugar is dissolved and then bake because regular habits soon becom6 the custards in cups set in a pan of wa- Â¬ Eecond nature and you never think of ter in a moderate oven A sheet of thick wondering about tho hour Of course brown paper should be laid over tho the imm who lives on trains and boats tops of the cups to keep the surface of a good deal has to wear a timepiece and the custards white they can bo used a time table Pittsburgh Dispatch either hot or cold in the cups in which Cent a Mile they are baked Springfield Repub- Â¬ Via the Cincinnatj JIamjItonvandDjvy lican ton Kailroad to the Detroit Encamp ment of tho G A R on August 3 frdm GEMS AND JEWELRY D From all points on the C p Tlui Every his breast a monster who devours the germs of ev ery noble sentiment and generous im- Â¬ pulse One must indeed be a very great man in order to preserve nn equilibri- Â¬ um between genius and tho moral char- Â¬ acter A poet who is not a giant with the shoulders of a Hercules Inevitably ends either by losing his genius or by destroying his morality The famous novelist does not develop his idea and chooses to leave us In tho dark as to the law nature and cause of this strange and wonderful malady which according to his emphatio declaration makes helpless victims of the great majority of our masters of prose and verse to speak only of tho world of letters Yet it is obvious thut tho problem is a very vital one and full of deep Interest The seemingly indu Â¬ bitable faet of incompatabillty of be Â¬ tween high intellectual or artistic de- Â¬ velopment and moral culture or tho ordinary and indispensable virtues of good and citizenhonorable ship frequently perplexes us and fills us with amazement if not with apprehen- Â¬ sion We know that talented authors gifted savans brilliant artists and peo- Â¬ ple of rich and original individualities generally aro in most cases utterly destitute of all practical ability senso and information aro careless uncon- Â¬ scientious irresponsible and even un- Â¬ principled As fathers neighbors hus Â¬ bands lovers they aro too frequently far below the standard of respectability and dignity not to be confounded however with purely conventional pro priet3 recognized in cultivated society They arc in their actual dally rela- Â¬ tions cold indifferent unfeeling and cruel to the point of inhumanity We see that many of those who by their productions charm enoblc elevate and beautify mankind are found to bo hopeless pessimists and cynics The men most familiar with the dark sides of life often are those who have the least sympathy with the wretched and disinherited Tho men of useful knowl- Â¬ edge are not tho men of helpful action Victor Yarros in Uelfords Magazine author and student carries Genius Is a terrible malady In h medicines at loss tnan tho regular prices You can buy counterfeit ImltaUotiH dilu Â¬ tions nnd substitutes from unauthorized dealers at what aro called cut prices but tho otmtlne guaranteed medicines cost more and aro worth mora If you do pot tho gonulno thoyro tho chcaiKtt medicines you can buy for theyre guaranteed in every case to benefit or cure or you have your money back liut you wont got tho genuine except through druggists regularly authorized as agent and at these uniform and prices Dr Pierces Golden Modtcal Dlscovory tho remedy for all diseases arising from a torpid liver or impuro blood long-establish- You Get What You Wt it If yau exoeot to buy Dr Ploreos oenutnt Ioit Dr Plorcos Favorite Proscription the remedy for womans chronio weaknesses 9100 por bottle anddernngomonts Dr PlorcoB Pleasant Pellets tho original and best llttlo Liver Pills S5couts per vial Dr Bagos Catarrh Remedy 50 cents per bottle Thogcnuino guaranteed medicines can bo hnu only at tnoso prices nut romoinuer in buying them voitmy only for Vicffoodyou ct Theres valuo received or thorns no pay at all Tub more you admlro a thing tho more This may bo troublo It will mako you true but it is pretty hard to mako a sou made man bcllovo it N Y UccOrdor nn oxamploin arithmetic neither is it a problem in geometry but it is simply this thut in figuring out a route for your summer vacation thodollghtfully cool sum mer and fishing resorts located nlontr tho lino of tho Wisconsin Central among which aro Fox Lake III Lnko Villa HI Wauke sha Cedar Lake Neonah Waupaca and AshlandWls como vividly to viov Wis Â¬ consin has within tho lost flvo years bo como tho center of attraction for moro Â¬ SLOOpcrbottlo Niagara Falls and return via 0 j 11 A 1 duly 30 Special excursion train will loavo Cincinnati and In dlnnapolls July 30 for Niagara Falls Day Â¬ via the Cincinnati Hamilton ton It H Tho trains run solid via Toledo and Detroit nnd the Michigan Central and consist of through coaches sleepers and chair cars Round trip tickets from Cincinnati or Indianapolis Here is something from Mr Frank to Niagara Falls aud return V Toronto A Hale proprietor of the De Witt and return 50 and proportionately cheap rates all along the line On sale July House lVewiston and Che Tontma Hotel Brunswick Me Hotel men Opportunities will be afforded to mako meet the world as it comes and goes very cheap side trips from Niagara Falls and are not slow in sizing people to Thousand Islands and othor points of interest and returning stop over will bo and tilings up for what they art permitted at Detroit within limit of worth He says that he has lost a tickets Secure your sleeping car berths father and several brothers and sis- Â¬ at once by addressing E 0 McCormick ters from Pulmonary Consumption General Pabscngcr and Ticket Agent D Agent and is himself frequently troubled Any C 11 Cincinnati O will sell you tickets with colds and ho Tsv I Only Five Dallam German Syrup 4 i It Is not Flcure It Out for Yourself Â¬ pleasure seekers invalids hunters nnd fishermen than any othor Stnto in tho Union and each visit increases thodcslro to again see tho charming landscapes breathe tho balsam fragranco that is a part of tho invigorntlug atmosphoro wander through tho colonnades of stately pines and hook tho speckled beauties with a band Pamphlets ontltlcd Fox Lako and Summer Outings may bo obtained from Louis Ecksteijjj Geul tPssr Tkt Agt Wisconsin Central lines Chicago 111 or Geo K Thompson City Passr TkJ Agt 205 Clark St Chicago III I often coughs enough to make him sick at Conaumptlonhis stomach When- Â¬ ington Star ever he has taken a Those who wish to practlco economy cold of this kind he uses Boschees should buy Carters Littlo Livor Pills German Syrup and it cures him Forty pills in a vial only ono pill a dose every time Here is a man who Mant men tlo their horses very carofully knows the full danger of lung trou- Â¬ but lot tholr tongues run loose Rams bles and would therefore be most Horn particular as to the medicine he used Beautt marred by a bad complexion may What is his opinion Listen I MI bo restored by Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dye 50 cents use nothing but Boschees German Syrup and have advised I presume Dont whistle until youro out of the woods Aud then if you forget to no one more than a hundred different per Â¬ will bo mad about it N Y Ucrald sons to take it They agree with The host cough medlclno 1b Pisos Curo me that it is ths best cough syrup for Consumption Sold svorywhoro 26c in the market Miss Clinton Why does thdt young man apo tho English Do Miss Tullo causo ho Is a monkey I presume Wash Hereditary I A Wht do Ihoy Bay uuro as a gun PUck Because a gun Is cock sure mado fly Pf8fEqs llWrll E LEGTR0TYPIN6 CI iBHTBi ni OTEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST PROMPTLY EXECUTED Tiiehiis a good deal of sarcasm in that remarked a man Buffering from ague as tho druggist handed him a bottlo of ined Iclno labeled shako beforo taking m i i 6WE SY Juno July nnd Aug tut The most charming Bummer Resorts of which thcro aro over thrco hundred choice mentions aro to do iouna in Wisconsin Iown Minnesota- - South Dnkotas aud tho Peninsula ofMlchigahinlongthollnesof tho Chicago Milwaukee AS St iaul Ry N arly all aro located near lakes which have not been fished out These resorts aro easily reached by rail Way and range in vnrioty from thefull dress for dinner to the fiumielliirt cos tumo for overy mcaU a SnrTEMnEit and Octobeh Tho finest shooting grounds in tho Northwest aro on and tributary to tho lines of tho Chicago Milwaukee BttPaulRy Tho crop of Prairie Chickens will bo oxeoptlotiably this vear also Ducks and Geese In fortbern Wisconsin nnd tho Peninsula of Michigau splendid Deor shooting is to bo had Full information furnished freo Address Geo II Ueaffoiid Gen Pass Agt ChicaÂ¬ A N Kellogg Newspaper Go W8 offer to our Customers and The Trail Both tho method and results when Our facilities enable us Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant In these branches and rofrcsliiiigtto thp taste and acta to turn out work very rapidly If yon desire gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys te release your type on some large job send JLiyer uhd Bowels generally the most satisfactory work possible go 111 Does andmon both havo summer pants but a dog1 husu fit sonfotlinoflt lUoumond Recorder A Modal Jtullwuy V f t I mi- - r it ii iv ino juiriitiguiii ivuuu- - i jt 1i atermini nv in operates 7000 miles of road with Chicago St Louis St Paul vanillin Kuusas City and Denver For speqd safety com fort equipment track and ofiicleutscrvico lthafT no equal Tho liurlinglon gains new patrons out soscs mniu -- Latent Novells In J HtolUH old and Precious 11UCIIHU1 ilUgUSli X Two and three stone rings are worn by men There are bracelets with diamond Happy is the possessorof a gold chain and bead purse Jlluck enameled watch chains are made for men in mourning A birds wing of diamonds affords an trip rate to Detroit will bo S7U5 and on August 3 it will be 530 Special trains as well as regular trains will run UUU - U1U 1UUUU Fvcn the tents worn warlike Why they were mado of drilling thatf Lowell Citizen I went to tho camp at Fiiimlnglmm How was D be Â¬ solid to Detroit Tho C H ing the only direct lino from Cincinnati to Detroit has been selected by the G Purchaso A It as the official route D For further tickets via the C II information address E 0 McCormick longer It is not necessiiry Carters Littlo Liver Pilln will euro you Dose one littlo pill Small price Small done Small pill Do not suffer from sick headache a moment many oxcollent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular rcmeay Known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 60c nnd 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not occopt any Euusuiute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ SvXoatStao cleanses tho sys Â¬ stereotyping or eledrotyp tem effectually dijpela colds head- Â¬ it to us for either aches and fevers and cures habitual Ing and it will be returned to you promptly constipation Syrup of Figs is the anj n g00u order only remedy of its kind over pro We make a specialty of Newspaper Head- duccd pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptable to tiio stomach prompt In intrs and Cuts and have the largest assortits action and truly beneficial in its mont In thoca llnnc to bfi found anVWhSfd IB the country from which toseIecl J 177 BB J KELLOGG NEWSPAPER COi IU- OHIOASO ETO DiARD RN 6T 300 STRCETi ST LOU13 MO 024 I 220 WALNUT 71 A 73 ONTARIO BTRCRT CLEVELAfJOjOHlO 170 ELM OTHECT CINCINNATI OItV MO 401 WyANOSTTC STRECT KAHBA3 T6NN 40 JEFFER8 N OT MEMPHIS 74 TO 00 CABf OTH OTREET ST PAUL MINN OO y I t YOU YOU OMH PERHAPS J 8AN FHANOISCO LOVIBVILLE KY OAL NEW YORK Nt A3 WANT MONEY General Passenger and Tlckot Agent In order to fight files successfully n cow has to mako a good many flunk moyemcuts Buffalo Express Auk my iiecnfM for AV I Ilouulnii Hhoe your If n it far uulp In our Piinee dralor to cutl Tor cntulogiM ecuro tut you uacucv mill irvt Hi cm lor nk effectivhair ornament The tendency is again for gold linings in silver cups bowls cream jugs and the like A Soda fountains aro flzzical ncccBBltlcsl J Texas Biftings Th fatal gift of beauty Killing looks in silverare counted among other high Puck art articles that find a place in the Ir It Is human to err Is it inhuman not to Washington Star boudoir Silver powder boxes beautifully The cash girl in a restaurant is maid of chased and decorated with medallion money N O Picayuno portraits of Historical perhons are Coldest scats in an omnibus Those greatly admired nearest the pole Mall and Express A unique finger ring is a solid dia- Â¬ mond heart surmounted by a diamond Athletes say it is caslor to jump a board fonco than a board bill Texas Biftings crown This double design also flgurcn s a brooch Tun board of health Thrco squaro meals There is a great demand for silver a day Puck bowls these dishes being employed for a variety of purposes as for salads What pooplo often denominate a sea of trouble is frequently a notion oft dyBpoptio fruits cracked ico and desserts Ideas Texas Biftings A handsome Â¬ bottle 7 ed In silver Wedgwood circularmountsilver and set in a Not sweetmeats Tho Adirondack pre- Â¬ tray elaborately carved furnishes a serves Mall and Express uniquo inkbtandfor a library Have tholr work at fingers ends TeleGentlemens rings are fashionably graph operators mounted in gypsy Indian and plain 8ttlngswith a solitaire diamond ruby A man caught In a sheet of rain Is apt to fiapphire catsoye or other precious blank it Washington Btar stone t m on tnll vnn nil about the A dainty conceit in ilowcr jewelry of arausiclaas llfo Ilinghamton Re- frets shown by one of the leading houses is a publican Pppy in enamel with gold stamens WnERH rest is always to bo found In surrounding a small but very brilliant tho dictionary Mall and Express diamond Steel tape measures that coll up in Â¬ Tins bad coloring matter put In liquor side a circplur shapcd silver case and comes out on tho nose of the drinker New are marked by a thumb slide are num Â¬ Orleans Plcayuna bered with elegant little conveniences Green Your wife seems to 1 Ufond of aJoyeu by both sexes Jewelers Cir- dress Whlte Yes everyday decora N Y lierala day with her cular i canoe shaped ones with tiny silver pad Â¬ dles for spoons For bed rooms and boudoir there are silver fluted twisted candlesticks with larved standards Scissors with silver handles that fold over and protect tho sharp points arc made for carrying in ones pocket Jewel boxes of rock crystal mounted novelty In individual salts arc Cincinnati 0 Wm is a mercurial temperament considered a drawback in a student It certainly should help him in taking his degrees Baltiinoro American Cncvrns a sensation An el ctric battery onoue TTAKU NO SUBSTITUTE and Land Seekers net the oontry and plok out location whllo hurvoating in the grain llold8 of tha famous Xtod Hiver Valloyf Hundreds of men needed oun earn mdnqy Wuffes Â¬ HERES YOUR 980b and 8300 a day and uoard HAlF FARI EXCURSIONS A tennt dreadful Cent glass of lorn casts reflections A mlagiouan- - CHANGE WHITNEY Gen JPassand Ticket Airt gtPaulKlBH urn BV riAMB TBI and August 4 See your nearest rail way agent or write 7f 1 WAY on 00 duyk time RAIL gREAT NORTHERN July 21 FAIdUtM tMwnta tern Alwats WHYIoTmE 0PYRI0Jr W TH 1681 Â¬ m Stamped out of every name aud blood poisons nature by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Its a mcdioino that starts from tho beginning It rouses every organ into healthy action purifies and enriches tho blood and through it cleanses and renews tho wholo sysAll Blood Skin and Scalp tem Diseases from a common blotch or eruption to tho worst Scrofula For Tetter Salt aro cured by it rheum Eczema Erysipelas Boils Carbuncles Soro Eyes Goitro or Thiok Neck and Enlarged Glands Tumors and Swellings its an une qualed remedy Dont think its liko tho sarsapa They elaira to bo good for rillas j tho blood in March April and May Golden Medical Discovery works equally well at all seasons And it not only claims to do good it guarantees it If it doesnt benefit or cure in overy case you havo your money back You pay only for thu good you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i It li a K mnleiu ttbo wltb no tacks or wax thread to hurt the fecti mado of tbo bit fine calf ttrlUb and eatjr and bteauu xce make more hoe cf tht grade than any other manufacturer It equal band ewed ahoot coding from 400 to 3CO flfcir OOUoiiuliio llauil anwrd the nneit calf ahoe ever offered for Vtut equal rreacb Imported ilioei which cost from Wlito l2 0a Hhae K4 00 llnnd Hiwcd Weltdurable fine calf ityllih comfortable and Toe beat ahoe ever ofTurcd ut thli price t unit grade m coiling from if to MM ihor O 10 Pollen Hfaoei Farmer Hal road Men and U UcrCarrUriall wear tbemi fine calf eamteM amootli luilde neavjr three aolea exten- sion Mitre uno ualr win wear a year awn 0O flue cam no better ahoe ever offered At 9mi tbu price i one trial will convince tooae who want a alioa for comfort amit aervlce W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GENffgflEN BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE Tints Pills CURE CONSTIPATION Veeiyey health aeskeMll hay Hlar evacHatlens every twea y few heura The evils betn MMital aail physical resHUlna rram M0EY7 rs VJ HABITUAL CONSTIPATION are many and cerleas Far theur erthls esninm trouble Tatts iMver panMlarlty Fills have aralneel a sairareeaietlunbhih alleletl Elearaatly SOLD EVERY WH1EJ AN have given them a trial wljl wear no other mak achool ahoea 1400 KsfJJ m worn by the boyaevery wherej thej on ineir msriia us mo lncraaiinr mica anoir Saoe Uand anivcd ahoe 1 I IxiqKota vervtrilhicnuahiFre nhoci mcottlniffromk lii3 to torn JmiKrtM i h IJHHHTH UU 17 hoe for BlfV HHH riih ana durable Jirueaoro the beat fine uonKoln Hce that W L DoualaA name and antlon price aro stamped on tbo tmttom of each ihoe O V3 RMd wj99 WorklijBMajra asoea waaia are yry atrony and urubln Tbom who WHIIXEY HABITI AT HUMS DaiiiI anail7a OPIUM U1V fill I CDII 1 OLKII OUT PAIKv NJSNT KKR I Slcutara M IVhlMhallSi Will yonknfpari I I a nrltAd knlllCB W L I0U0LA8 nrocktos Ma name and ad We LI til drewwant tho sufferer in the of tvety AQTUM1 USandCanadi Adilrew AO I niliA riimun7Mito3iiT HKMKOr Vorlnformtitlonaddraa M PCIIMHT llochgter X V CCUCR CURE0 to itay cured DO YOU WANT TO EARN GOLD mm CDTIP ClILCr I lU Jo Iook keeplnirrcnmarMihlpArlt7 UflllE rnella Shorthand etc thoroughly taught llUMu fr liy lnBllTrUI Hrjt 8lrIU BafU V T MD1 Mrsixs Mta rwm t p ANK R7 10153 U tUU atata thut yiu auw the AdvevtIaeaiaDt yaper TDIROS RKMKDY FOR OATAKKIL Eeiit EulCat to ciwupet Keiiei is Immediate A euro It certain For kId in Die Head U has uo equsj WHEN WKIT1NU TO ADVKUTIHEKM ffHASK 1F gcU rii irke t tOc Bold by dnwi JC A idrew lii t Uu or Miit by inll gppl V tlM T UjmojcivI Wwvu I fiwmmi tnuuxp nnrrmmmmtfmmnmmm memmmmm v- iiPt ov la convention nssem- Tlmt wo cndor tliu notion ol tno ov- ingloii Convention which mrt ut Covington Ky May 1801 Tiiiit wo lender mild party our sincere thanks and promiHu them our active up B F DAVIS of Ezel - - Editor believing tlmt In doing so wo arc cx jpfflo whom nil communication Intended port crcising our privilege as American citizens for thlu dcpartrucntihould bu addressed and attempting to curry out and put Into cflcqt tho deiuunds made by our organizaSTATE OFFJOEKS tion Ilesolvvd That Morgan County Union in T T Gakiwkii President llnrthycll regular scsilon at Hue Urove uuiivuiuaiiy li F Davih Secretary Ezol and collectively recognize the the proponed Charms Pack Treasurer Sin new constitution as a good document of W M BailkV Lecturer Gold City organic law of the Commonwealth of Ken KXKOOTIVB COMMITTKi tucky because it protects the common W It UnoWDKit OIirtHtcnd people In all their natural and inalienable II 0 Itaowzf Clinton right and guarantees equal rights to all and special privileges to none T J- Doomn Finclivlllo t Shiblal Organ of tho Tonth Ky UcmgrosBionai District Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA record 229K Yearling exhibition 239 four-year-ol- 5874 two-year-o- ld FAYETTE WILKES XA WEST CLOUD 5195 31 1884 Â¬ Â¬ - Seey J II Tunvmt DISTltlOT OFFICERS J RlNao President Itothwoll Trow Onter S L Kabii Seo NATIONAL OFFICERS President LL FoMc Washington A PROCEEDINGS C Morgnn County IftrinorV anil LuTiornrii Union m Morgan County Union mot In regular PCHHionwith Pino Orovo Union July 21nt 1891 PreHldont A II Uurgcas pro siding Houro tested and found correct Opened with ode prayer by ox chaplain S E Hays Delegates from 17 Hub Unions present ed credentials and wero seated I loll called and minutes read and approved 1120 A M Adjourned for refresh- Â¬ ments nnd that of tho most excellent mako up prepared by tho good sister- - of Pino Grovo Union After tho immense crowd had eaten nnd wero filled we wore ontortained by W W JIcGulro of West Liberty on Why you should vote against tho proposed constitution also eloquently and instructively entertained by Judge Ucckner of Winchester on Why you shoulu vote for tho new constitution 8 pm Met pursuant to adjournment Houso tested annouueed correct and proceeded to business Tho chair appointed tho following com- Â¬ mittees On programme F LykTns J H McGuiroand J I McGuire on res olutions T J Burton G C Uyrd and 0 J Allen Executive committee 1 J Lykins J 0 Sobaatian and J F Ilenry Committee on programme reported to convene nt 880 A m adjourn at 1180 a m convene at 1 i m adjourn at 5 i M Also that tho house take un tlm regular routine of business pertaining to the order and dispenso with song in such a manner as tho houso may determine On motion Bros J M Perry J E Qulcksall nnd J M Walter wero appoint- Â¬ ed a committed to prepare a plan for lecturing over Morgan county On motion tho houso proceeded to the election of dolegatos to the Tenth Con gresiional District Union Bros A H Burgess T H Testerman and J E Torn ploton wero chosen same 5 i m Adjourned to convene Wednesday July 22 830 a m Union mot pursuant to adjournment Presi dcut Burgess presiding Houso tested opened with ode prayer by J L Ferguson Roll called minutes read and approved On motion went Into selection of plnce for succeeding County Union and agreed to moot with Caney Union Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ings more regularly in the future than in the past nnd adhere strictly to the principle and platform of our order also that wo exert all our energy and Industry to develop the goodness uud greatness of nurorgauiza lion That we recommend that the members of the order generally subscribe for and read more literature of tlie order that the order may he better posted in the current uflnlrs ami workings of the order Tliat the nlucere thanks of the delegates and officers ot this County Union aro hereby returned to the brethren and citizens of Pino Grove for the hospitable manner In which they have entertained the delegates and visitors during our stay among them And we especially thank the ladies for the toward us and acknowledge with true patriotism the vnluablo assistance they nre rendering in the grand cause we have es poused 0 That the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Haki Ikkkn Hkuaii our district organ and the Farmers Home IllMlTON Jon null Committee 0 C IlYRD That we attend our regular stated meet Â¬ kind and generous disposition manifested Â¬ Â¬ TJ V Respectfully submitted S L 0 J A11KN J Kash Sccy M C U Attention Y h V L U The Tenth Congressional F of Kentucky will meet nt Jackson Breathitt county Ky on the 24th and Each county will 25th of August 1891 ond five delegates Tho officers and standing committees nre requested to bo present as a full representation and a Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters nnd have largo attendance is desired The County for sale h gh bred colts und fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of protnin eut sires than anv farm in the land for r - rJ7 Union of Breathitt i appointed a com sale nt nrii cs lmnoil on nntnnl ImUvtiliml catalogues which can be had on application Mares kept at regular rates B J TREACY ASfllaild Park LOXingtOll fyi mittco on arrangements Â¬ third heat record 222 220 K fourth heat Trlal Oct 9 1880 223 X trial 217 Black horse 15 hands 3 inches high foal Bay horse 15 hands ed June 15 lMsj Bred nt Ashland Park 3 Inches high foal Sired by HANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 The Own brother to Lysnndcr sire of Lysander handsomest son of Boy 220f AVatt224 William Kearney his great sire and 250K Ivsandcr Chief 1040 First dam Pattir lntchen trial 238 grandam the handsomest of of Chestnut Wilkes 229 by Mambriuo any trotting bred Patched sire of the dams ofOuy Wilkes horse in the United y Astral2I8j Hosa Wilkes 2lvt Kl vira 2185 Cleora 218 States Hour 217 and 29 others in the 230 list Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Blood Sired by George Wilkes 222 Hawk sire of dnm of Almont 227Jii and A Icy Wilkes 220 Third dam Battle hv Downing Vermont Sire of Harrv Wilkes --Mfllrfii Guv Wilkes Wil- 215K Mike Wilkes ruiii 215 sire of the linn of Enigma 220 Mamhrino son znuxi oo so -- i7 vuieox pacer Bruce 240J sire of Kit Curry 218 Bell 210K Uosa Wilkes 2 18K Wilton 210 Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bon Joe Bunker 219 Flora Wilkes imcer uer Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel 2 19 Tom Bogers 220 etc 224 K Col Bradshaw 220 Nelly h 223 Vx Oambetta 220 The King 2295 Outlaw 229 Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson Hamlet Stakes iu 1875 by Hamlet He is beautiful blaeki with right hind sire of Lorettu F 218 A V Pantlind ankle while stands 15 hands high and is 220K Truro pacer 222 Lady M 223 a perfect horso all over having both bone jeonune vi6A HrooKside flora 229 and and suhstnuce combined with the form and the dams of Thornlcss 218K Cyclone finish characteristic of the cross he so well 22314 nruiiliv2l- - 5riPifnl J osfc nnl Vft Hnmbletoninn sire nnd Mam represents h Hamletta 229f v4 hrino Patchen dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have Second dam Sal dam of Coarser 22CK Cap demonstrated its value Of Its many repretain Clay Driftwood ahdgrandani of Mar sentatives not one is the superior of Bermu lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire da for not one has demonstrated the same of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook ability to train on from year to year begin er sire of Maud Mocey 217 etc ning in tho yenrling form nouo are better bred or better looking Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced As a sire he is of course untried his first Blanche 225K by imj Yorkshiie sire colts being foaled iu 1889 now yearlings of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Judged at this ago no stallion ever sired iu more uniform natural gnited colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares Fourth dnm by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227M ten miles in 2808 season ot 1801 at 8200 TO INSURE the money to be paid ns follows 100 at the The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the time of service and tlie other 100 when the mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out reach of nil and lower than that of any side mares parties whhlng to breed to him horse of equal merit in Kentucky had better book their mares early SEASON SIOO d five-year-o- ld 224 2 03- - Out of the dnm of Black Cloud 217K his sire out of the dam of Wilson 210K- Â¬ Â¬ Bay horse foaled March Bred at Ashland Park Sired by ABDALkAIl WEST Sire of Wilkin 227 2583 two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ juh First dam the dnm of Black Cloud 217K by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Cluke pacing mure Note Abdullah West 2583 by Allie West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of W ilson 2d dam Ohio by Clark 21K by Clay 3dChief brought from Ohio dam American and represented to be by Browns Bellfouu der Abdullah West died at six years old He was the most promising colt ever bred West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most finished set of feet and legs its possible to gel on a hoi he gave of any breed As n evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed ns with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 240K- - At three yenrs old he was not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink eje He also done no work on the As a truck as a he was jogged and trained lightly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entire ly recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months he trotted a full mile in 238 und half iu 115 This season 1890 he served a few mares of my own and was not put to work until September nnd his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons train ing trot iu 220 I will let him serve 20 ninres season of 1891 outside of ten of my own nt SOO THE SEASON money due nt time of service or before removal of mare The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1S92 should she not get in foal two-year-o- ld four-year-ol- d five-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ trl T A President 10th Cong Dist Union J Ringo MM - ViifiifiwrifffffyT HAZEL GREEN OF ACADEMY ANNOUNCEMENTS I89l r92 LAND FOR TAXES of 12 and 2 oclock 1 M at the front door of the court house in Camptou Ky sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand tho fol lowing described property to satisfy tux uud costs AUUKKIKK iSi QMhte WH Pavraie flj AND i K WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN By virtue of taxes due the Sheriff of Wolfe oouutv for the years 1888 1880 1890 uud 13D1 I or one ot uiy deputies will on MON DAY SKIT 7TH 18Jl between tlie tiours Normal and Preparatory School FlItST TERM UEOIN3 AST 4 PIPES 4 HANGINGS INTESIOS DBG0SATI0NS No 32 West B MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Â¬ Rates of Tuition per Month not located year 1801 Adamh Green J a co n A 1 500 aores land in Dist No 7 for SIOO II 31 7 58 3 28 150 and 200 Â¬ Fourth Street CINCINNATI Â¬ John 1888 town lot in Hazel pSr Payable one half on entering School the other at middle of term W H MEARA President O G MITCHELL Secretary 0 1180 i A M I lf ft Itcsolyed That we most vehemently con SoiTll rim T 400 aores buul adj demn the Farmers Home Journal as autag J Spencer in Dist No 4 for year 1891 0 40 onistiu to the spirit and purposes of our order Sikncku IlKtus of W T 275 acres laud adj lauds or J Creech iu Tho committee on resolutions reported Dist No 3 for years 1889 1890 91 32 39 tho following 00 acres innd mil Whereas our legislative demands have SllMtLOOK L P Qlbbs in Dist No lands of J II hithwrto been treated with profound con 1891 12 10 2 for tmpt bybotk eld political parties which TltABUK yearsP1890 and aerei S J 49 lnd in have wielded tk tHwptru of government in DUt No VHot located fcrlycar th pat by rfuMtt to mwgiiixu thu just A 3 92 1891 kqutUble dviHMiuis of tho IsboriiiK TtRNnn Titos 4101 acres land adj aud Â¬ chm sud whara it is apparent that re lands orWui Iedford in DUt No lief cuaaot be obtsiued from cither of said 78 09 1 for yqar 1891 u partlc C O HANKS 3 C Thtrbrtbf it rawlyed by the XTorgsn Â¬ and unanimously adopted 7 17 lor year 189U McIUNiKt John 5tl acres laud adj journed lauds of Joab Pence in Dist No o 3 23 for years 1889 00 91 liiursday July 23 7 30 A m- Union met pursuant to adjournment J residoiit MnMit t PiiKwiTT 750 aoroi laud adji lauds of Fieldcu Bush in Dist Burgess in the chair Opened inform 23 prayer by J L Feruusou chanlniiK nro io i ior year iwi PoiTKI I S C M 3750 acres land toin Jtim called and minutes disnnnsiil adj lands of Win Lodford in Dist with Tho chair announced his commit Â¬ No 3 for year 1891 70 07 tees for tho ensuing year 17G1 acres QlliaiNiiKimY8 HKtiw s On motion secretary was authorized Towiiscml Junu ad lands ot in Dist No 4 for year 1891 48 03 to draw warrant on treasury for amount of expopso by secretary lecturer and Boss O K 1C0 acres laud adj J Spencer in Dist No 4 for vonr Horgenutat arms Also for amount of ti 73 ISM due duo Stato Union from county SlIKHAN Miuiiakl 20H acres laud Tho following resolution was oiibred not located in Dist No 7 for yiiar - Tho audience was well entertained by S B Erwin Peoples partv candidate for Governor of Kentucky 8 p m Convened again and proceed Â¬ ed to business On motion tho houso proceeded to elect oillcers for ensuing year After balloting resulted in tho election of tho following ofllcors President A H Burgess Omer Vice Presidont J E Temnloton West Llborty Secretary 8 L Kadi Omer Treasurer W W Carpenter Omer Chaplain A B Stampor Grassy Lecturer F M Lykins West Liberty Asst Lecturer S P Adami Dingus Doorkeeper Eli Lykins Canoy Asst Doorkeeper J I McGuiro Whlto Oak Sorgt Arms J W Fiigott Ilenry Steward II F Ha noy Grassy Business Agent J E Quicksall Lzol Tho above named olli cera wero duly Installed by T II Tester man installing ofliccr On motion delegates to District F L U wero Instructed to cast their voto endorsing tho action of tho Cincinnati conference and the convention hold at Covington Ivy Executivo cominltleo made their re- Â¬ port which wasj received Secretary mado report df oxponuo of 180 which was urdorcd paid Committeo on lecturing madfe their report which was adopted nnd commit too excused Afor which the Iwuso ad 1 M Â¬ -- Adjourned Hanks Jamks 41 ucres land adj lauds of M C Sowell In Dist No 5 for year 1891 Bit I lock A l- Kit acres of laud in District No 3 adjoining lands of J Creech for year 1881 Oaudiii Thompson 73 ueres lund adj lands of 1 H Oodsey In Dist No 7 for year 1801 COMHH SAMUKI 50 acres landadj lauds of Kllen Ashley in Dist No 3 for year 1891 COX A r io acres lanu uu minis of J C Spencer In DNt No 3 for years 1890 01 FAULKNKlt J W 100 acres laud adj lands of A F ltauey In Dist No 0 for year 1890 FIOUUSOY A L 700 acres Innd udj lands of Wm Iedford in Dist No - 10 12 3 90 3 50 3 63 8 90 11 97 i IOr J CUr Io FnEKMAX IlKNliY 50 aores ttt We nre arranging to build n Dormitory that will accommodate 00 hoarders and will have it ready fdr occiipancv by the opening 07 90 of school There will not he unv more trouIpr 3 V 1lMtlMHMHlMMMMlnlHM too high bonrd Tho cost of ble about Johnson Socuati 10 abres land hoard will bu adj lauds ot isalau spencer In located in Dist No ICWl 7 laud not for year tt FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars taking first and second hon jk m m m J n m jJk Jff r f titflLJjfrjJiSSvjSiSSyjMg rfrjlfr ftV4VgfriTCiill ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall he entitled to a free scholar ship each iu Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following mountain counties viz Breahitt Clay Kl c liottj Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee rnngeme uucnsCu iukw pleasure in announcing tint they ha ve lust comnleted r w th the American Book Company Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magotlin tliat will enable him to sell the school- Q II c 11 m Menefee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Bow hnil I nnln the blowing reduce d rates Ycr ell and Rowan provided such arrange Jiff uay a Now First Arithme tic 15 ments have been mado for the competitive Second Ari thmetic 2 examination In the common school authorme tic fiu First 7 ities or with their consent as shall enable rr rvtrv in hiuiitSecond Reader tt 30 each student of common school grades to High Arithmetic 85 Third Reader 4 compete for the scholarship and the appliJievtosnme 75 Fourth Reader 50 cant therefor shall bear a certificate from McGufleys 1st Kclectic Geography It 55 fifth Reader 75 the examiner that he has obtained the high H J10110 Geography 1 10 i est mark attained upon the examination in Oil JCUCt n onnrnn rri 00 IVbUcat ons of the American Rook Connmnv his count n iib BAAAA I f ZZujjjijjtitSSttm Â¬ GHEAPEE SCH00I BOOKS vrnm I Â¬ 7 0l 1 tuuJt0 Â¬ Reader vXZlrZ Â¬ I1 Cu- - - Â¬ 1 DOARDINO P1 1 111 4 89 II AM UltKOOIlYH HKIIW 1800 acres land adj Win Venell In Dist No Dist No for years 1800 J T DAY Â¬ lf Green Ky A Kkystonk Investment Co lCU lVNI Co acres laud not located for year 1601 91 lOOO 5 10 2 per Week Everything Furnished We will be prepared to do better work next session than over before During tlie summer tlie school will bo supplied with maps charts globes etc etc ou cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreaSi with the tide of education Our pu pils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Haxel Green is tho prettiest town iu East ern Kentucky tree trom many of ills of railway towns and those of more popula tion no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcomo strangers nnd Influ ences for good are thrown nmuud them All boarders will be under tho supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ DOCTOR in Dist No 20 IS 12012 acres land adj huuH of Kilns Beynolds c 343 00 in Dists No 3 A 4 for yearl391 LittiK K K 130 uores land adj hknils of Joe Spencer in Dist No 4 90 for year 1801 Lovk CV L 1000 acres land not located in Dist No 7 for year 1891 20 48 MaLONKY M C Sit 74 acres land nuj lauds of Logan Rose in Dist 11 11 No A for years 1889 00 91 Ma K B X town lot In Ieo City 1 Â¬ URE FOR CHILIS St FEVER BILIOUSNESS PRICE ntHWAlHt AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS Cfl JUcenw 1 FOR SALE RY Â¬ IPBEWBEP8Y RICHRI50N TAyL0RMEDCQ ai t nmirnee STl niiK M0 WM May 8 1891 H CORD PRINCIPAL J p CPPi Jeweler EZEL KY HAZEL GREEN KY PIT J3H TOMBSTONES very lowest prices m J r j VJll jHMS UNDERTAKER AM DEALKIJ IX 1891 - 38 81 CQFFIWSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds uud nt low prices CWF1NS OK A L to the verv finest I U1hllflIlw vlmXV of Collins from l un itnve and 1 I than you can buy the trimming will deliver collins divap to on short llnredfromfurnUlcheapest notice S the M FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED ffirTmi i ajcvuuuy At my kMl 0 U MAr ftll Toubloner nr Qrilit at ibf Scnd your order Walohes Clocks Jewelrji JOB PRINTING Sv - SX THIS OFFICE va vv iprr tvi Ui n t M I4 14-