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T JTf Wll l SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor nfc Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbTlng - at His Back 100 A YEAR Always In Advane SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GHEEtf WOLFE COUNTY KYM A FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1891 NUMBER 22 ANNIHILATION -- OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW o JFJEICZJSS GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OP o OF o- - 0 CLOTHING AT o- - US STRAUS PRICE CUT READ OUR PRICES Our IN TWO READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar Six perron died from sunstroke in New York city ono day last week While drunk Charles L Good en u walked into the river atj Charleston W Vn and was drowned A hail storm which passed over Min Â¬ nesota last week destroyed thousands of acres of wheat and corn A terrible wind and rain storm vis Â¬ ited Keokuk Iowa last week and dam Â¬ age to property was very severe Henry Hiusou was hanged at St Louis Thursday of last week for the murder of his wife Fob 2 1889 Eugene Bonnick and his wife com- Â¬ mitted suicide at Denver Colo last week because of domestic troubles Chris Younp who killed Geo Fer guson Dec 10 18 9 at Corder Mo waB hanged on Thursday of last week at Lex- Â¬ ington Mo Two Chineso lepers are at largo in New York city The Charity Hospital authorities declared they had no author- Â¬ ity to hold them The foundations of all the Worlds Fair buildings r ccntly erected at Chicago will have to bo taken up The money loss will be about 260000 Mrs Ex President Polk aged 88 years is very ill at her home in Nash- Â¬ ville from general congestion of the system and is not expected to recover In Winston county Alabama mask Â¬ ed robbers compelled Col John Cagle to show them where he hid his money by which they got 600 in cash and escaped Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKWHTRAL RAILWAY of Bowling IKAWJ ROUTK HI Green was thrown from a runaway horso at that placo and her foot hanging in tlio stirrup sho was dragged for two hun Â¬ SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY dred yards by tho frightened animal TO ALL POINTS which kicked her several times Sho NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST was picked up unconscious and died FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ shortly afterward Miss Clyde Ragland Andy Cripple was terribly mashed by falling slate in a coal bank about two and a half miles north of Catlcttsburg at the Koy Creek mines last week Dr Martin was called to his aid and says tho chances for his recovery aro smnll A suit Involving 5000000 or 200000 acres of land was last week tiled at Piue ville by Archer Harmon of Louisville who was employed as an agent in tho sale to a syndicate and was to receive one third of tho purchase price Nancy Hanks the famous Kentucky trotting mare was driven a mile over tho Rochester N Y track last week by Bud Doble to beat her record of 214 for 2000 and succeeded in lowering the figures 1 seconds The mangled remains of Thos Lind- Â¬ say were found on tho Paducah Tennes see and Alabama railroad near Gilberts ville in Marshall county It is thought ho was murdered and afterwards placed on the track Nelson Jackson a prominent citizen of Magoffin county was seriously injured by a Baw log rolling over him last week The right leg was smashed to the knee and had to be amputated Ford Heath a young son of F R Fithian of Paris fell from a second story window Thursday evening of last week and strange to say escaped with- Â¬ out serious injury Burglars entered the residence of Tom Vivett near Clinton and robbed him of 1000 in cash Two thirds of the sum be had received for his farm the day previous Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI No 1 Daily No Daily Schedule in Effect May 10 South Bound Express 1891 No 3 Accoui Â¬ Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Gents Worth 100 This is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky to select from itW L Karnes a lumber contractor and John Estis one of his men fought at the mouth of Big Sandy Tennessee Karnes was killed Both men lived at Birmingham Ky Forty people assembled at Spring- Â¬ field 111 last week for the purpose of State organizing the Peoples party Representative Taubeneck was the lead Â¬ ing figure present It Dudley Frayeer a Memphis cap- Â¬ italist was drugged and robbed in a Memphis hotel one day last week by a man representing himself as John A Morris of New Orleans 0 Ex tin ii Le 8 10 tun 8 00 pm 3 00 pm Cincinnati Covington 8 18 am 8 08 pm 3 00 pin Paris Ar 11 18 am 10 23 pm 0 10pm Lexington 12 lOnn 11 00pm 7 00 pm Lis 1125 am Paris 6 15 pm 7 05 pm Winchester Ar 12 lOnn 7 55 pm 1 35 pm Iliohmond Livingston 3 05 pin torbiu 4 50 pin JlitltllcsboroiiLli 7 35 pm Cumberland utii 7 50 pm Corbln Ias 4 50 pm WUliiMiisburi 5 45 pm Jclliuo Ar u zu pm Richmond Le 150 pm Lancaster 4 45 pm Stanford Ar 5 20 pm No 0 No 2 No 4 NonTH Bound Daily Daily Express Dally Ex Sun Stanford Le 7 00am Lancaster 7 50am M llichmond Ar ro 10 15am Jcllico Le 3 b 8 15am a So Williamsburg won 2 8 50am Corhin Ar 3 n r7j i 9 35 am E5 Cuinbd GupLe e H o ti 33am Middlesberough i4 0 58 am 0 25am uorbin Livingston Ar 11 05 am Livingston Le 11 15am llichmond Le 6 05 am 12 40 pm Ari 0 55 am l w pm Winchester Paris 7 45 am 2 33 pm Lexington Le 7 00 am 2 00pm 3 45 pm Paris 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm Covington Ar 10 40 am 5 40 pm 6 37 pm 10 55 am 5 50 pm 6 45 pm w Fst 1e Daily Q- - W L S Louis B Gus Straus dta Ladies csix J 0 Wynn State business agent of the Farmers Alliance of Georgia is a defaulter An investigation at Atlanta indicates that the shortage will exceed 50000 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky Wynns fall is due to specula- Â¬ ttmttate First class in all appointments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC ENGLISH tion Negroes in the neighborhood of Galhave organized a band of Black Caps They ordered a promi nent physician to leave the county and the white people will back the doctor in his resistance Senator Call of Florida to whom Gov Fleming has refused a certificate of re election says the Senate will have no trouble in deciding in his favor a the journal of that body is full of prece- Â¬ dents sustaining his claim The Farmers Alliance of Maryland in convention at Baltimore last week declared that the Farmers Alliance of the State of Maryland is in no way an- Â¬ tagonistic to United States Senator Gor- Â¬ This practically puts the Alli- Â¬ man ance of that State In line with the Demo- Â¬ Â¬ latin Tenn Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young Delightful Home Central ueparunems COMMERCIAL ART MUSIC New Buildings and Furniture Terms Reasonable WINCHESTER Send KY for catalogue 3626801 S W PEARCY President JE0 vmwv MITCHBIX DEALER IN Hardware Queensware TinwareiAgricultural Implnmits cratic party A Tennessee girl last week piloted the revenue officers to the illicit still of John and Bob Steward in the Iron mountains near the North Carolina line The still had been in operation for over a year when this girl vdlunteered her services and met the party 100 miles away to avoid being known in the mat-Â¬ ter V A Mrs J A Wicklin of Bolton town Â¬ The largest stock ship Kansas who three weeks ago was a Specialty brutally assaulted and nearly murdered and Builders Hardware Cutlery last week found nailed to her door a let-Â¬ side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY ter written in red ink with skull and cross bones over it warning her to leave the country forever or she would till a Uk coffin within a week This is the same neighborhood where Mr and Mrs S A Short 12 Donnelly Were mysteriously murdered a Almost Model weeek ago The people are greatly ex- Â¬ SEATING CAPACITY 150 cited Blue Toints 6addle Rock New York Counts and seasons Fresh Oysters ut all Notice The Rale of the booth privi Â¬ Mobile Counts leges of the Hazel Green Fair Associa Â¬ REGULAR MEALS season CENTS hand always on tion will take place on Wednesday Sept MenlH to order ut all hours Delicacies of the in the State Amoug the recent additions is 10 at 2 oclock p M modern kitchen iS rovS lLKe t finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at f MU ler i mid cold water reservoirs This range will coak bhowms mom A hot and is the only one of the kin la bit Cures IndlffMttoB MUwmimi Dyjwri MU rt VtrrwuM aad Gewrtl DeWHj Far I novSlly KWA htSty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all OmhIm ekM rMomseud it All dealersUa U Ita wrapfSA fcu mA saaxk aad wossed red of Cook ami niniTpn Prows best made Evans IKIIliK Harrows II F Avery Sons 3tiel Plows - Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Ball Mitchell Cos Steel Hill- Columbia Tiger and Granger Sulky bide Piows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Double Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Havens Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Fish BrosPioneer Cane Mills Celebrated WXqons Repairs U S Standard 6 Ton Wagon Stoddards New Climax and Iiueii Jones Scales price 0 with n written guar- Disc Harrows unteo for ft years- Evans 2 horse Corn Planters Heating Stoves of nny home in Eastern Kentucky Shears East HLteH Wtit Restaurant in Street Kl Lexington ky Every Feature rn ffiWrtettf S mt butem GUS LUIGART Proprietor It Knott C P Atmorr TrafHo Manager Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky 8 P B Morhk Asst Gen Pass Agt Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland is daily except Sunday Near Lexington Thursday week Division whichdaily from Lexington toCin No 1 Runs Chris Taylor shot Joe Marshall two oinnati No 2 Hunsckilr balls penetrating the anatomy of the No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex Â¬ wounded man The wounds are not dan- Â¬ cept the Rowland Division which is daily except 8unday gerous No 3 Daily except Sunday No Insurance agents of Louisville claim ington 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ that the city is not sufficiently supplied No8 2 and 0 make connections at Win Â¬ with fire protecting apparatus and have chester for points on tho N N M V K D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin Â¬ demanded more engines and firemen nati to Middlcsborough and Cumberland The civil service examinations for po- Â¬ Gnn and nil intermediate stations and runs dully sitions in the departments at Washington will be held in Louisvillo tomorrow IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 Saturday at the U 8 court room THE Rev Dr Crook of tho Trinity Meth Â¬ odist church Louisville has been elected OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE President of tho University of the Paci- Â¬ fic located at San Jose Cal Newport News Mississippi Valley Co Wm Howard who murdered Phil Cd X Dryhouso in Louisville in 1851 has just WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA been discovered at Adelaide N 8 W BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT where he is living in luxury THE SEA SHORE And all Eastern Cities Doc Hightower of Bowling Green blowed into the barrel of an old rifle The Direct Line to LOUISVILLE and the latter reciprocated by blowing LEXINGTON ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY his head off CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Chris Hart a drunken tough of And all Points West and Northwest and Louisville destroyed 800 worth of fur- Â¬ South and Southwest niture belonging to ids mother one day Past Fast API Accoui KAHT HOUND Express Dally Dally last week Dally ex Sun ex Hun The Park Commissioners of Louisville Le 015pm 7 35 am 5 45pm have changed the name of Jacob Park Lexington 7 00pm 8 23am 7 10pm Winchester to Iroquois Park and the people are Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pm Olive Hill 9 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm kicking 10 30pm 12 15pm Ashland Wm Huhkison in attempting to esÂ¬ Cattlettsbure 10 43pta 12 28pas Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm cape from Allen county deputy sheriffs Huntington one night last week was fired upon and WKBT HOUND killed Huntington Le 120pm 6 00an Louisville following the example Cuttlettaburg 1 39pm 6 25 am loupia 6 37 am MtttV set by Lexington some time ago will Ashland Olive Hill 3 03pm 8 20are 4 wain pave somti of her streets with vitrified Mt Sterling 4 32pm 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58pm 11 15am 7 15am Winchester brick Lexington Ar 5 30pm 12 06pm 8 95am The wind and hail storm which visit Â¬ Limited Vxhtiiiulkd Kxraiwa runs dally ed South Christian county last week did and has Vcstibuled Pullman IlHflet Sleeper between Louisville LexlHgton Washington great damage to corn and tobacco New York and Old Point Comfort Thin Eight prisoners on the chain gang at train is made part of the celebrated Bowling Green made a break for liberty V East of Huntington on the C A 0 rnt and three of them got away Paht Mail Tkains hih daily except Hau day broken Falla City bank of Louir Make between JxxIhb Wih aad iluHUMvran The direet cenaectteHs at HaatlRgikNi with ville last week declared a dividend of 10 C 4 0 At Ashland with S V Ky At Winchester with K C it K aorta aad per cent on all its debts south bound hhiI at LxJuKtoH with L A Frankfort will put on her best at N L S and Q N O T Xallrowb Lkxinotok and Ohyjg Hill Accomo Â¬ tire for the inaugural of Gov Brown dation dally exeept Saaday Coaaeota at September 1 Winchester to aad frew K O pelaU ad The High Bridge camp Tweeting ground at Lexington with L H R R for LeHWrille For full laferwatlon la regard to Jtt consisting of ten acres was last week sold Routvi apply to aay Ageat f ik r for 4500 eoRiieetlHg lines or t L Buowx Winchhhterh amendment for 1801 is H E Huntinotox M V P aad Q O pA 248716 greater than that for 1890 LXXINdTOXlCY Phsyiciana endorse and umi Halls Hair O W IJARNKY - W to cure gray and faad hair GALxIgtHiKy G A AkhUL 4 Rnewer Â¬ Munbon Trav Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio aaonMmmMMM I cmMMemmm I ll -- FF a mm Vr 4 o Mf Hazel Green Herald 8PEN0KR COOPER Fubltoher EMFT Tho Littlo Shoo Is KY IS THE CRAJLE V r- I Onljr Half HAZlLGEEENi - T t Worn Out Thou Shalt He MlMotl liocnunr Thy Heat Will Ho Ktnpty Snrmoiiby llov T DoWItt Tnlmnge 1 I h HIS FIRST AND LAST GRIZZLY A hod H JJrar iJxprrlciicp Hint wan Knougli for Dr Talmage preached last Sunday at n Lifetime Lakeside 0 His subject was Tho My friend Tom Coleman and I were Vacant Chair and his text I Samuel discussing- vnriouB matters over our xx 18 Thou shalt bo missed bc after dinner clears at an uptown rcs- - causo thy seat will bo empty taurnnt the other evening writes a Set on tho tablo tho cutlery and tho correspondent when the conversation chased silverware of tho palace for turned on hunting1 and Ashing ex- Â¬ King Saul will glvo a state dinner to- Â¬ periences Tom Jmd just returned to day A distinguished place is kept at this city from uu oxtondod tour through the tablo for his a celebrat Â¬ southern California Incidentally I ed warrior David by name The guests ashed him if ho had run across any jeweled and plumed come In ond take grizzlies on thn Southern coast range their places Any grizzlies repeated Tom When people nre Invited to a kings Woll rather That Is he added I banquet they are very apt to go Hut ran across as you call it Just one soli- beforo the covers are lifted from tho tary grizzly bear More properly speak fenst Said looks around and finds a ing though the hear ran across me It vacant seat at tho table lie soys within was my first and last grizzly too I as Â¬ himself perhaps audibly What docs sure you I was down in San Her this mean Where is my nardino county about tho middle of Where is David tho great warrior I last month when it happened I invited him I expected him What n - son-in-la- w Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w been H- i I 1 ways inspires I had started out with old lack Waterman at whoso ranch I was stop- Â¬ ping but Jack hod become tired and gone home I had no gun or weapon of any kind but didnt suppose I would need any as Jack had told mo on start Â¬ ing1 that thoy warnt nuthln to shoot round these parts but bars and they haint been a bar scon round here for a year past As I sat thcro contentedly smoking thought I hoard a rustling1 in the bushes just back of me Some bird 1 thought I then picked up a stone and threw it in the direction of tho sound Protty big- bird thought I as the rustling continued louder than before I thon throw a larger stone and immedi Â¬ ately following my shot tho sound of some heavy body crashing through the chaparal mado mo think that some of old Watermans cattlo had strayed that way I wrts satisfied with this and sat down again and resumed smoking Say remarked Tom suddenly can you imaglno a bear as big as a No house Well thats just what I saw as I suddenly turned around Thats what was making tho noise in tho bushes a boar a regular grizzly and a whopper Woll I should say so Scared My teoth chattered liko a pair of Span ish castanets There ho stood though not more than thirty feet away sort of sluing mo up as it were and all 1 could do Was to sit thcro and stare back at him I wasnt suro whether grizzly bears liko Bengal tigers made their meals off strangers or not This ani mal looked or if ho could havo swal lowed me whole if ho had wanted to and tho more I looked at him tho big gor ho seemed to got Well I just sat thoro as still as a bump on a log for It seemed to meu a number of hours Then thobjor delib- Â¬ - success and about noon I concluded to rest awhile An old log1 lying1 under a clump of manzanlta bushes afforded mo a good soat and I had soon filled my pipe and was smoking- away with that degree of natural comfort which a glorious days sport in tho open air al - morning1 trout fishing with indifferent all the vacant chair at the kings banquet Tho fact was that David the warrior had been seated for the last time at his father-in-law- s table The doj before Jonathan had coaxed David to go and occupy that placo at the table saying to David in the words of my text IMirtK tillt14 1 mtncuwl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ erate ting- for now surely Woll sir that bruio just wiukcu oy mo gave a snort and a - OhLordf thought jyKflcod npNtyhoio I WUH sit- Im Mono a sniff as if to say What excuse have you got for Jiving ouylov and then off it went- dowii tho ravine J muKtho Yo sat Ihoro an hour after that without moving Filially I braced up and started for homo I forgot both polo and ilsh Old man Waterman though 1 d been bitten by a rattlesnake when I reached homo that evening No slree obsorved Tom Im not hankering after grizzlies this week That same boar is thoro yot Ive no doubt only if auyono wants to go out there and hunt for it I advlso him to talco a Gutting gun with him thats all N Y Herald among tho foothills of tho Blue Itidgo mountains is said to bo tho bost trout fishing region in tho east Until recently tho stroams never had any trout or fish of any sort in them Yot on tho other sldo of tho mountains all tho waters wero richly stocked Gen Wado Hampton who had summered there from boyhood took a barrel in u wagon and went over tho mountains to got as many trout as ho could ile camo book with plenty and whenever ho crossed tho stream on tho east side of tho range ho throw n handful of young trout in and passed along In a year or two ho went again and fished aurroptltiously in tho waters that wero supposed never to havo known a fish Ho caught plenty Tho next year the sparse papulation discovered their ex istence Now tho streami abound with splendid trout Chicago Journal lina Â¬ l In the western eorpor of South A Groat Plnoo for Trout Caro- Â¬ Iff Orange Gingorbreud Two pounds and a quarter of Hour ono pound of molasses three quarters of a pound of brow sugar ono ounce of allspice eight ounces of candied orange peel three quarters of a pound of butter oue cupful of milk yolk of ono egg mix nil tttttM together yell and place in a cool plaWor five hours roll it halt an inch thiok cut into any form you please fcnwheaeh piece with tauten yolk ol n ff mUkI with a little milk puke Ik ft moderate oven Boston Budget pecially if ho has boon so unwise as to make over all his property to his chil- nron with tho understanding that thoy nro to taka caro of him I havo scon in such cases children crowd tho old mans chair to tho door and thon crowd it into tho 6trcot and then crowd it into tho poor houso and tccep on crowding it until tho old man fell out of it into tho grave - Hut your fathors chair was a sacred place Tho children used to climb up on tho rungs of it for a good night kiss and tho longer lie stayed tho better you liked it Hut that chair has boou vacant now far somo time Tho furnlturo dealer woxld not give you fifty centa for it bnt it is a throne of influ Â¬ ence In your domestic circle I saw In tho Trench palace and in the throno room The chair that Napoleon used Â¬ I hopo you did not crowd that old chair and that It did not got vory much in tho way Sometimes tho old mans chair gets very much in tho way esÂ¬ will bo empty The prediction was fulfilled David wos missed His seat was empty That ono vacant chair spoke louder than all the occupied chairs at the banquet In almost every house the articles of furniture take a living personality That picture a stranger would not see any thing remarkable either in its de sign or execution but it is moro to you than nil the pictures of tho Louvre and tho Luxumbourg You remember who bought It and who admired it And that hymn book you remember who song out of it And that cradle you remember who rocked it And that Bi- Â¬ ble you remember who read out of It And that bed you remember who slept in it And that room you remember who died in it Hut there is nothing in nil your house so eloquent ns tho vacant choir 1 supposo that beforo Saul and his guests got up from this banquet there wos a grcot clatter of wine pitchers but nil that racket was drowned out by tho voice that come up from tho vacant chair at tho table Millions hove gazed and wept at John Quincy Adams vacant chair in the house of representa Â¬ tives and at Henry Wilsons vacant chair in tho vice presidency and at Henry Clays vacant chair in the Amer Â¬ ican senate and at Prince Alberts va- Â¬ cant chair in Windsor castle and at Thiers vacant chair in the councils of the French notion but all these choirs nro unimportant to you os compared with the vacant choirs in your own household llavo these choirs ony les sons for us to learn Are we any better men and women thon when they first addressed us First I point out to you the fathers vacant chair Old men always liko to sit in the same placo and in the some chair They somehow feel moro at home ond sometimes when you ore in their place ond thoy come into tho room 3ou jump up suddenly ond soy Here father bores your chair Tho probability is it is on arm chair for ho is not so strong as he once was and ho needs a littlo uphold lug His hair is a littlo frost j his gums u little depressed for in his early days thcro was not much dentistry Perhaps a cane choir an old fashioned apparel for though you may hove suggested some improvement father does not wont any of your non souse Grandfather never had much admiration for now faugled notions 1 sat at tho tablo of one of my parish ioners in a former c6ngregation an aged man wos at tho table and the son was presiding and tho father some what abruptly addressed tho son and paid My son dont now try to show off becauso tho minister is horol Your father novor liked any new customs or manners he preferred tho old way of doing things and ho novor looked so happy as when with oyes closed ho sot In the arm chair in tho corner From tho wrinkled brow to tho tip of tho slippers what placidity Tho wave of tho past years of his life broke at tho foot of that chair Perhaps some timos ho was a little impatient and sometimes told tho same stories twice but over that old chair how many blessed memories hover Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ltni 4 1 i v To the younger generation Abraham Lincoln has already become a half mythical figure which in the hazo of historic distance grows to more and more heroic proportions but also loses its distinctness of outline ond feature This is indeed the common lot of popu- Â¬ lar heroes but the Lincoln legend will be moro than ordinarily apt to become fanciful as his individuality assembl ingseemingly incongruous qualities and forces in a character at tho suuietime grand niit most lovable was so unique and his career so abounding in startling contrasts As the state of society in which Abraham Lincoln grew up pass- Â¬ es away tho world will read with in- Â¬ creasing wonder of tho HiMySvho not only of the humblest origln2t re- Â¬ maining the simplest and most unpre- Â¬ tending of citizens was raised to a position of power unprecedented in our history who was tho centlest think of their homes on tho p iKtornl fahd mostpeace lovinr of mortals oast andofilielr Jwives and fctiil4 unable W sec anyf creature suf dren for away and- their hearts for without a 1 pang lirijljhis wero thrilled with home - sickness own breast and suddenly found him- Â¬ as they heard the babe cry But self called tp conduct the the music went on and the child bloodiest of ourwars who greatest and cried loudor aud louder nndthebrass power of- government when wielded the sternreso band plojed louder and louder trving lution and relentless forco wero the or- Â¬ to drown out tho Oh pshaw you say Theres when a swarthy infantilointerruption der of thodoy and thon won andyuled miner tljc tears rqll the pojnilar mind nothing in that Im flvo hundred miles ins face got up rind shookTiis der sympathies of and hcat by thotcn his nature who won off from where I wos born Im thrco ingdown and thousand miles off from tho church fist give said Stop that noisy band a cautious conservative by temperment the baby a chance Oh there and mental habit and led tho most sudwhoso bell was tho first music I ever and was pathos in it as well os good cheer den and sweeping social revolution I can not help that you are heard of too near your mothers rocking chair in it There is nothing to arouse and our time who preserving his homely Oh you say thcro cant bo any Â¬ melt and subdue the soul like a childs speech nnd rustic manner oven in the thing in that that chair has been va Â¬ voice But when it goes away from you most consplcious position of that pe becomes higher cant a great while I con not help the high chair desolation aall aboutchair rioddrew upon himself the scoffs of po Â¬ you lite society ond then thrilled is all the mightier for that it is and there is that it In three fourths of homes of this of mankind with utterances of tho soulÂ¬ omnipotent that vacant mothers congregation thoro the a wonderis vacant high ful beaity and grandeur who in his choir It whispers it speaks it weeps it carols it mourns it prays it warns chair isSomehow you never got over it heart the best friend of the defeated There One to it thunders A young man went off one to no strangeput to bed at night no south wos murdered because a orazy ask questions about God fanatic took him and broke his mothers heart and whilo its most cruel aud Heaven Oh what isthe use of enemy who whilo for power ho wos away from homo his mother in was be high chair It is to call you higher yond died and the telegraph brought the that measure lampooned nnd molign Whatfa drawlnffifttpwardliiUis to have1 son ond he camo into the room where 0ilJMsion jihdfen excited 4 Party pirlnnd around yftiosetfbicr sho lay and looked upon her face nnd fchildren in KeavcnVf m AndThcTiit1ssncha proven tfve ogalnst ho cried out Oh mother mother friend nnd foe gathered TopTaisevhim sin it a lather is going away into sin which they have - death what your lifo could not do yoursince never ceased to shall effect This moment I givo my he leaves his living children with their do as one of the greatest Americans mother but if a father is going away andthe best of heart to God men Carl SolunyJ in And ho kept his promise Another into sin what is ho goingtodo with his Atlantic v Tl victory for tho vacant chair With dead children floating about him and Tho biggest insect of its kind in the hovering over his every wnyward step refcronco to your mothor tho words of my text wero fulfilled Thou shalt bo uu speoic out vacant high chair and world is tho herculcs beetle of South Father como bapk from sin America which grows to bo six inches missed thy scat will bo say becauso mother como bock from worldliness I in length It is said whether truthful- Â¬ empty I go on a littlo further and I como to am watching you I am waiting for ly or not that great numbers of these With respect to your child tho creatures are sometimes seen on the tho invalids chair WhatJ How long you mammnm tree rasping tho rind from the havo you been sick Oh I havo been works of my text have been fulfilled sick ten twenty thirty years Is it Thou shalt bo missed because thy slender branches by working around them with their horns until they cause possiblo What a story of endurance scat will bo empty My henrers I havo gathered up tho the juico to flow This juice they drink many of tho families of Thcro aro in ray congregation these Invalids chairs voices of your departed friends nnil to intoxication nnd thus fall sensoless Tho occupants of them think they aro tried to intono them into one invitation to the ground doing no good in tho world but that in Â¬ upward I set in array all tho vacant Spider crabs havo earned for them Â¬ valids chair is tho mighty pulpit from chairs of your homos and ofyour social selves a high placo among- - intelligent which they havo becu preaching all circlo and I bid thorn cry out this mornanimals To protect themselves from ing Time Is short Eternity Is now theso yoars trust in God larger iish when young they cover cTho first time that I preached hero at Take my Saviour Ho with manner which lefvarv amid tho throngs present my God Como un whom 1 nm w themselves in Lakeside O there was nothing that so much im- Â¬ lived together on oarth como letualiye craftily adapted to its purpose brilpressed mo as tho spectacle of just ono Mn HcavcV Wo answer Ihnt VvitV liant piecespfjsponge nrVjolneNl together by a glutinous fluid nnd fastened se- Â¬ face tho faco of an invalid who was uon YP come Keep a seat for us as In on her chair I said to her Saul kept a scat qv David but that curely by means of tlmvdaw- - to the wheeled Madam how long havo seat shall not bo empty And oh when back Thus they resemble bunchos of afterward you boon prostrated for sho was ly vo aro an through wjtbthl world and seaweed and aro safe in their cunning O sho replied wo havo shaken hands ui around tor ly devised rctrent Ing flat in tho chair I ln- TIM Inst- tlmn nml nil t innn tliK wiitt Hftnon vnnra w wi unr cuuirs in me Why Johnny Didnt Graduate j home circlo and in tho outside wprld Do you suffer very much I said tSf1fine Johnny said tho 0 yes sho said I buffer very much shall be vacant may wo bo worshiping tired school teacher in tho last half of I suffer all tho time part of tho tlmo I j God in that placo from which we shall the closing hour of tho last day of go out no moro forover Woll always suitor was blind I school 1 in il said canyo kyeyour courage a viiniitv 11 111 1 iiiurn ivui tn nn Vflstn vt promptly Tho millennium said Johnny when it sho said Qh yes up I amftiap chairs in Heaven There wo shall meet vacation all is tho tlmo and thcro will bo tho year wont Hor faco again and talk over our earthly py vory happy lndeod Â¬ bo any old school teachers around to looked the happiest of breaks How much vnn Imva heart ask littlo boys v showed it She fool questions Som J through since you saw thom any one on tho ground last On ervlllo Journal k - to occupy It was a bcaniful chair but the most significant part of it was tho letter N embroidered into tho back of tho chair In purple and gold And yoiir fathers old chair sits in the throno room of your heart and your affections havo embroidered tho back of that chair in purple and gold the Have all the prayers of letter F that old chair been answered Have all the councils of that old chair been practiced Speak out old arm chair History tells us of an old man whoso three sons were victors In the Olympic games and when they camo back theso thrco sons with their garlands put them on the fathers brow and tho old man was so rejoiced at the victories of his three children that ho fell dead in their arms And nro you oh man going to bring a wreath of joy and Christian usefulness and put it on your fathers brow or on tho vacant chair or on the memory of tho ono departed Speak out old arm chair With reference to your father tho words of my text has been fulfilled Thou shalt be missed be Â¬ causo thy seat shall bo empty I go a little further on in your house and I find tho mothers chair It Is very apt to be a rocking chair Sho hod so many cares and troubles to soothe that it must have rockers I remember it well It wos an old chair and tho rockers were almost worn out for 1 was tho youngest and tho chair hud rocked the whole family It mode a creaking noise as it moved but there was music in tho sound It wos just high enough to allow ns children to put our heads into her lop That was the bonk where we deposited all our hurts and worries Ah what a chair that was It wos different from tho fathers chair it was entirely different You ask me how I can not tell but wo all felt it wos different Perhaps thcro was about this choir moro gentleness more tenderness moro grief when wo hod done wrong When we wero way Â¬ ward father scolded but mother cried Tt was a very wakeful chair In the sick days of children other chairs could not keep awake that choir always kept awake kept easily awake That chair knew all the old lullabies and all thoso wordless songs which mothers sing to tholr sick children songs in which all pity and compassion and sympathetic influences are combined That old chair has stopped rocking for a good many years It may bo set up in the loft or garret but it holds a queenly power yot When at midnight you went into that grogshop to got tho intoxicating draught did you not hear a voice that My son why go in there said And louder thon tho boisterous encoro of amusement tho ploce of sinful My son what a voice saying do you do hero And when you went Into the houso of abandon- Â¬ ment a voico saying What would your mother do if she knew you were And jon wero provoked with hero yourself and jou charged yourself with superstition ond fanaticism ond your head got hot with your own thoughts ond you went home ond you went to bod and no sooner hod you touuhed the bed thon a voice said What a prayerless pillow Man what is the mutter You are too near you mothers This Â¬ Â¬ - 0 what a means of graco to tho world theso Invalid chairs On that field of human suffeung the grace of God gets its victory Edward Iayson tho invalid and Richard Baxter the in- Â¬ valid and Robert Hall the invalid and the ten thousand of whom he world has never heard butof whom all Heav Â¬ en is cognizant The most conspicuous thing on earth for Gods eye and the eye of angels to rest on is not a throne of earthly power but It is tho invollds chair Of theso men and women who aro always suffering but never com- Â¬ plaining these victims of spinal disease and neuralgic torture and will ans Â¬ rheumatic excruciation wer to the roll call of the mar- Â¬ tyrs and rlso to tho martyrs throne and will wave the martyrs palm Bui when one of these invalids choirs becomes vacant how suggestive it is No more bolstering up of the weary No more changing from side to head No more side to get on easy position use of tho bandage ond the cataplasm arid tho prescription - That invftlidtJM nlTfiirmnv bn fnlifml nn or taken itnart or set away but it will never loso its queenly power it will always preach of JtriTst hi God andchocful submission Suffering oil ended now With respect to that invalid tho words of my text havo been fulfilled Thou shalt be chair fit is a high chair It Is the ehildsi chuirVif that chair be occupied I think it is the most potent chair in all tho household All the chuirn wait on it all the chairs ore turned toward it t means moreHhan Davids choir at Souls banquet At onj rote it makes more racket That is a strange house that can be dull with a child in it How that child breaks up the hard worldliness of the place ond keeps you young to sixty seventy and 80 years of age If you hoye no child of your own adopt one it will open Heaven to your soul It will pay its way Its crowing in the morning will givo tho dny a cheerful starting and its glee at night will givo tho day a cheerful close You do not like children Then you had better stay out of Heaven for thcro are so many there they would fairly make you crazy Only about 500000000 of them Tho old crusty Pharisees told the mothers to keep the You children away from Christ bother Him they said 3011 trouble the Master Trouble Him He has filled Heaven with that kind of trouble A pioneer in Culiforniasays that for the first year or two after his residence in Sierre Nevada county there wubnot a single child in all tho reach of 100 miles But tho Fourth of July come ond the miners wore gathered together and they were celebrating the Fourth with oration nnd poem and a boister- Â¬ ous brass bond And while the bond was playing an infants voice wos heard crying nnd oil the miners were startled and the swarthy men begun to missed becausojUiy seatwill be empty f pass on andj find ono more vacant 1 I tho shining shore you will talk it all over Tho heartaches the lonllnese tho sleepless nights tho weoplng until you had no powor to weep because tho heart was withered and dried up Story of empty cradle and littlo shoo only half worn outnever to bo worn oguln just tho shapo of tho foot that onoo pressed it And dreams when you thought tho deported had come buck again nnd tho room seemed bright with their faces and you started up to greet them and in the offort the dream broke you found i yoursolf standing amid room in tho midnight aloneTalking it all over and then hand in hand walking up and down in the light No sorrows no tears no death Oh Heaven beautiful Heaven Heaven wncre our friends are Heaven whore we expect to4oc In tho oast they tako u cage of birds nnd bring it to the tomb of tho lend and then they open tho door of tho cage and the birds Hying out sing And I would to day bring a cage of Christian consolation to tho grave of your loved on and rwquld onen thotloor and let them fill allMho f air with tlic music ot their voices ant Oh how they bound in these spjeits Somo shout with before thethrone ghfdncss Some break forth into un Some controllable weening for joy stand speechless in their shock of de Â¬ light They sing They quiver with excessive gladness - Theygazeion the temples on the palaces on tlio watersf on each other They weavo theiljoyf1nto garlands they spring into triumphal arches they strike it on timbrels and then all the loved ones gatherin a great circle n round tlo throne of God fath Â¬ ers mothers brothers sisters sons and daughters lovers and friends hand to bond around about the throne of God the circle ever widening hand to hand to joy jubilee to jubilee victory to victory until tho day break and tho shadows flee away Turn thou my be- Â¬ loved and be like a roe or a joung hart upon the mountains of Uethcr - jy THE LINCOLfN LEGEND It In II rninliiK 4 AviiytfTlmo ranclftil With tho lasslnff - Â¬ 5y Â¬ af-pcac- Â¬ Â¬ -- I nntpm 1 fi to V k jA iji- - JA r JABMERS ALLIANCE THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE the V t Great and rur mount Imue llefore the American People In two recont issues of tin Progres Â¬ A lnrges yolumo of money Is nlmost v sive Farmor editorials appeared which Ike universal demand among the pleased immensoly the partisan press masses Does cither old party favor it of tho country They havo been pub Â¬ Missouri World lished and applauded andf The man who must work hard for generally by thoso papers commended which havo allelic gets and persists in voting for a boon tho bitterest oncmles of tho alli- Â¬ policy thnt enables a fow men to livo In ance This of itself luxury without working at all is merits or demerits of apart from tho tho articles limply a chump Nonconformist would most naturally havo attracted brothers of the roform press let us tho attention of our vigilant national stand by and defend the character of organ the Economist but tho Econo- Â¬ ihose of our leaders who have proven mist quotes one of theso articles and A Change In Our Flannolnl System Is ALLIANCE NOTES - will buy their cotton at tho government warehouses Tho immense sums de Â¬ rived from handling cotton which en- Â¬ riches Memphis and other southern oltics will be lost to thorn and paid to farmers in increased prico for their cot Â¬ ton Thor citizens and newspapers of thoso cities violently opposo theso a in many localities from pure mercenary motives Wall strcot has heretofore been considered tho woll spring of all such opposition but thoro is every reason to boliovo that other interests would bo materially served by it jo ing defoniod If Hie sub treasury plan succeeds tho agent for tho cotton manufacturers i z wrifU -- pouuuuuuuu ot Wtmaw imoooow wmmooom mmr jfm I vmim fMaflM mJAmmsc 180000000 fcMl Af1eCs6moooooo rmnmmm mmooql Mtid OQOOOO m 255000000 A mi v 2 i twmgfkil szpooflol ft TWZS 0 sMJSli iiaij lIdTlitH n KIJin Ti CK1 W mMM lfffMYT nmi fi tM YnSBBMMwBBB tu moOrVooooQ ymmtbgw P- mu3g MfflOOdOOO i Mwmtwdi U1M000 M4WM WMmi 9mr aycioooooo UJLStmk mnd4 W J35M0OO fiwiijjtdJtjKm - imidlifk 10000000 fflmr -- g3Ab i J MM Allt j WMWM4WrL 4 atmiX mmmnfflwi kCfe dm WA UfWiamtwM 9mMMnymm2 u U- - -- - -- uu - w djwut 7fcj fw-gAa- I rMf 4 TP g I StltZtaWfT9rrtknia- THE SUB TREASUBY PLAN The essence and ultimate of national isnTWafree fair and equal exchange by laborers of labor for labor Some of the necessary means to that end are the abolition of usury and a medium of exchange free from the burden of in- Â¬ terest the elimination of tho useless parasites the speculator and middleman and tho reduction of rates of transportation These the farmer obj tainjs irfthe sub treaauryplan4and govj Jrnmetit control of railroads Other prerequisites arefTfiercduction of Â¬ t profits and an increase in wages the shortening of the hours of labor equal wages for equal work regardless of sex and Vhc abolition of childTabor These the trades unions and Knights of Labor must light for The peoples platform to unite the laborers iipon tho farms and the toilers in the cities must recognize the needs and necessities of both divisions of the tunny of toilers Imaspiritof loveand forboarauco each division mubt educate the othcrin their rcsTmctlveprinciples aims and obj5cts very properly declines to defend tho No position therein taken and says criticism will now bo made upon tho position of the Progressive Farmor be- Â¬ cause there may be some mistake or misunderstanding We express our appreciation of tho kindly position of the Economist jinthc matter It is due tho Progressive Farmer to say that it believes as tho alliance holicves that financial reform a change in our financial system by which the monoy of the pebplb shall not be controlled by a favored fow to tho damage and robbery of tho many is the great and paramount issue before the American people that the free coinage of silver and the tariff ques- Â¬ tions imporfant as thqy are cannot compare in importanco vlth ihls one groat ovorshadowlng qucstlQn It Is duo President Polk to say that in all his writings in all his uttorancesin all his speeches He has uniformly and firmly maintained this position v The Progressive Farmerstands firmly and unreservedly on tho Ocnla plat- Â¬ form and will advocate and defend its every principle becauso it believes thoy are right just and wise and will socure the greatest good to tho greatest num- Â¬ ber The Prdgresslve Farmer wants tariff roform and tho free and unlimited coinage of silver but it utterly repu- Â¬ diates tho Idea that these are the greatÂ¬ est Issuesbofore tho people It stands to dny on the sub trqasury plan where it has always stood and where Jit will stand in future squaroly and un- Â¬ flinchingly for It and will fight It out on that line Tho artlclos referred to expressed tho individual opinions of tho lato editor then In charge for which ho alono must bo responsible Halelgh N C Specially must the farmer bo taught the principles of trades unionism with- Â¬ out a knowledge of which there can bo no harmonious action If alliaucciucn persist in patronizing non union labor they must expect the opposition of While endeavoring trades unionists to obtain the highest possible price for their products fanners should aid tho uuiou laborers by purchasing union made products Oronoi C Waih Kansas City Mo measures presumably on that account Thoy misrepresent tho strength of tho sub treasury and pervert or omit from publication almost everything done in its advocacy Thoy havo represented small meetings of town men as large gatherings of farmers opposed to tho sub treasury Tho Memphis Commer- Â¬ cial has been in tho lead on this line No ono who has attended any mooting of farmers where tho sub treasury was discussed and tho matter reported in the Commercial can fnil to see that its account of the matter it a total perver- Â¬ sion of real facts1 There is not tho least doubt that the sub treasury plan would effectually put an ond to all gambling in futures and wipo out the illegitimate methods of tho various boards of trade that now curse tho country It would nlso trans- Â¬ fer a continuous market for cotton wheat etc from tho largo business con tors to tho smaller ones in tho country and theroby give to them tho bene Â¬ fits which the larger markets now re- Â¬ ceive It is apparent that the plan is meeting tho present bitter opposition from the stock gamblers tho wheat gamblers and the cotton gam Â¬ blers simply becauso it interferes with their nofarlous business and not becauso of its legal or mor- Â¬ self interest It is al bearing greed and a deslro to perpetuate tho presont rolgn of plundering tho people under forms of law thnt lie at tho bot-Â¬ tom of nearly all the contention against this plan There aro without doubt many honest men who do not accept tho principles of tho sub treasury plaij such opposition comes through honest convictions and Is always respected But when it Is discovered that tho banks money owners bond holders railroad und insiirunco companies each and overy syndicate monopoly or corporation and a largo per cent of the politicians aro exerting their utmost to defent tho measure It Is sufficient qvI donee of itself to inducts overy honest man to give it n careful consideration National Economist What protttoth it a man If he mhos sUty bushels to tho acrj undfalt got the cost ol production out o hln grain- - Alliance Monitor Â¬ sub-treasury J I themselves true to our principles They arc making a noble light in our behalf 3et us repel and punish tho assassins who would traduce their good name tackled Harry Tracy all the Texas congressmen have iuken to the woods Tho people should aoako them face the music suggest a Tcmcd3 come out and defend it adopt thosub treasury plan or resign South CTiVMercury Weekly Union Since Culberson Why will the sub treasury plan cause factories to be established over It is be the cotton growing regions eauso the cotton will be bulked In the iBoighborhdod of its production and the factories could havo tho supply at their doors to meet all vdomands Weekly JToller f k m m k 1 The report sent out from Wichita of Mrs Lease had been arrested for thoft turns out to bo a raem br of the Y M C A and a young re- Â¬ publican The editors who reprint the first report had bettor publish tho sec- Â¬ ond or thoy will soon form a very in- ilmate acquaintance with a fearless Nonconformist woman The newspapers complain because Hiancemen insist that wo must first decide upon tho principlo of tho sub treasury plan This Is best because as a matter of course If tho people cannot agree upon tho principle they will not need to discuss tho dotalls The Toiler is ready to discuss details jMth any one who has decided in favor eif the principle of it will discuss tho principle with any one who is not de Â¬ cided on that point Weekly Toiler What I would venture to suggest obsorves J Solwln fee this country Tait in the Forum is tho legalization of some system of amalgamation whereby national banks within certain areas should wold thomsolves togother othat instead of having 8500 solitary iastitutlonsT as wo have now all more or less exposed wo should have say fifty largo banks with 50 to 100 branches each radiating from our chlof The cities throughout the country peoplos party has ventured to suggest aatill more complete and masterly amalgamation of national banks with Uacle Bam for president New Nation ihat a son Â¬ -- -- Progressive Farmor NO DOUBT OF IT Â¬ Oruln unil Cotton SpoeulntnrH nml Clam Â¬ bers Unanimously Oppono It Kosciusko from tho Clod Hopper Miss printed below that tho opposi- Â¬ tion to tho bub troasury plan la not con fined to Its unconstitutionality Impracticability and many other objections that are being urged against It but as has been conjectural U belli c ntmted Â¬ It would seem from an extract taUen eanka te pay Interest at Ike raNow jhw oeat per annum oh time depot ii atta Tli PtntnonttM Twin JInvo Combined te to the people as demanded by them at Mt Dnntrny the AUlaiico Cloo Up the more than two per cent er annum Mrim linporlihable product ae IndlojtWa m tWa ltitk Wonl has boon rccolvod that rccont nub trntiBury plan Had alsoupon ImbtatM limitannd lty real estate negotiations between tho lenders of tho farmupon tho quantity ofwith proper nmoaaeÂ¬ land and two old parties and Wail strcot havo tion of monoy aim upon such other approval resulted in a plan to dostroy tho alli- Â¬ security ns is now considered good by Unk ance This determination will proolp of loan and discount under the prsaat sy Ituto a var upon thoordor which for torn Wo B doinnnd cunning mendacity and cold blooded coinage of sliver the free and unlimited jM calculation will bo without a parallol I should like to see this rvlstrai in history Tho nlllanca has assumed inanujsppicu ii oig ooui tyM such proportions and tno growth of reform paper atld thdrougkly its principles has bcon do rapid that pro kndc6n by the refom pre Tk tho strongholds of plutocracy aro emancipation of productive labor from in danger and henco this conspiracy tho thraldom Nof usury as woll as the for its destruction When thoso letters salvatldn of tlio common pobplb from from dilTcront congressmen against the swiftly approaching condition of sorvl sub treasury plan appeared last year in tudo depends upon tho nationalization such regular succession It was charged of tho banking systom of the United by alliance papers that a secret States in which caucus had been held Tho control of the volumo of money such a course had been decided and tho rato of interest thereon carries upon Ample proof of that charge with It tho control of all values the has now been obtained lust so In re- Â¬ limitations of alL profits and rewards gard to tho mcotings recently hold in of labor and tho absoluto arbitrament Now York It may 1o denied and Qf tho destiny and condition of a peo- Â¬ doubtless will but tlmo will disclose ple This control should bo taken tho truth The democratic politicians away from prlvato individuals nnd cor Â¬ of tho south will undertake to porations and vostcd in tlio people to out of whom it belongs drlvo every allianceman the party Tills is clearly proved by Tho question may bo asked Can tho statement of Congressman Oates monoy bo loaned at as low rato as two recently published It is a desperate por cent In answer I submit tho fol-Â¬ brutal plan but tho exigoncy of the lowing financial quotations NKWYOUK case is thought to demand it Again July C IHr bllvor 101U por thoso men that are prominent in the oont Money On call cixty loans at J it per lust loan coat olonlng offend order aro to bo destroyed Nothing otUl por cent at 2 pr Mercantile papor li uta 1rlnn will be loft utidono to blacken their m por cent StorlliiK IJxoliunixe Quiet mi characters and destroy their influence firm nt H83 for G0 dny bills and ft871 fr l with tho alliance President lolk luiK dourind London July 0 p m 0 oslnfj Ooiuols Inoffensive shiftless been called an count Consols weak mau with but little or no bust- - tCifo lHmd monoy V0h coiihoN ntUnltod United gtutca Isll8tb ness ability and unfit to glvo counsel States 414s 102 liar Silver ICttd per ounce or advice to tho farmers of the country Money 4rt1i por cent Discount Itntu of What aro tho facts Hmther Polk Is a discount In the open market for hort lViMilt 1 a Hh 1 i por self made man for the past fifteen yours cent por oont throu months bill ho has been battling for the interests of Upon a perusal of the above it will tho fanner has been a farmor himself be seen that on duly I money could bo until no began the publication of Ins obtained in Now York City on good paper the Progressive Farmer which collateral security bonds stocks etc through his pluck and ability has be Â¬ at J per cent while merchants and come one of the loading alliance organs manufacturers had to pay from Xi to 7 in tho country When ho was elected por cent upon notes At the same dato president of the national alliuneo there merchants and manufacturers In tho were only sixteen states and territories city of London England could borrow organized At the present time thirty monoy upon good collateral at X to two answer to the roll call Under his per cent and upon their notes at from administration sixteen stales havo been to I if per cent adifierenco In favor added and the membership more than of tho Englishman of from 4 toOK por Do doubled theso rosults prove cent upon notes and V to lhi por him a man of trilling character cent upon collateral TUhj matter of livery one acquainted with him or interest upon monoy has a vast deal to the work he has dono knows bct-- do with tho tarllt question Wo must ter It is not Col h h Polk havo cheap capital beforo wo can havo that these politicians and the partisan cheap goods press are assailing they care nothing Hut If tho condition of the Now York for him It is President Polk and the business man is bad compared with iniluence he has in ho order that is that of the Englishman what must bo sought to bo destroyed and nothing tho condition of tho business man in else Distrust or a want of confidence tho western part of tho Unltod States in him would injuro tho order and that Kansas City for instanccV is the aim of these attacks Just so with Some Idea of tho rates of interest ex Â¬ Itrothor Mncune who is now absent acted in this city from bank customer in Kentucky and Missouri laboring for in good standing may bo gathered the good of the order and tho cause of from tho following notice published by humanity It is not him individunly a Kansas City bank that Is considered thoy care not the A aoiubiinnunl divldond of 5 por oont will snap of a linger for him personally but bo paid on July 0 to shareholder of tlio Mid1 National bank of it is C W Maounc editor of tho Nation Â¬ land cent will bu nddod record July nnd One por to surpluH tho al Economist and chairman of tho exec Â¬ balance of the net oarnliiKH for 0 months utive board thoy aro after If he could ending July I will be carried to undivided be disgraced tho power of the Nation- - piollt account btock books will be closed By order of tho al Economist would bo broken and that from Juno 18 to July L K Iiiiniiik force for good would bo destroyed The hoard of directors ANslstant Onnhlur JunoM IsJl brethren throughout the order havo Wo hero see revonlod a net annual learned to place confidence In tho Econo- Â¬ profit of la por cent besides tho mist thoy believe Its motives to bo pure amount carried to account of undivided md its aims and purposes honorable profits An interest charge of 3 per and for tho best interest of the order cont por annum absorbs tho vhofo of It is to break down this confidence and tho average net nnnual increase in na-Â¬ destroy its standing with tho members tional wealth Any greater charge or ti tne aiuance tuat ineso mcnuacious rato than U per cont must bo paid out assaulti aro made on Itrothcr Macuue of tho wealth which oxlstod at tho be Â¬ This warfare will continue will become ginning of tho year Is it then any more bitter and relentless and will re- Â¬ wonder that 111000 individuals own quire courage confidence and manhood three fifths of tho total national woalth to withstand Let tho brothron proparo in a nation of 03000000 people or that for It Lot the strong aid tho weak such notices as the following should and all stand firmly togother against pain tho oyo nnd griovo tho soul tho attacks of a common enemy Now Tho business failures for the first six is the crucial period for tho alliance months of tho present year are reported by Remember if this movement Is success- Â¬ 1C Q Dun A Oo to number B07J ualnat the sniuo period la J890 ful it is the first bloodless victory for 558 duringlist failures Is unusually The Increase of large reform that tho world has ovor wit- Â¬ The extent of tho liabilities Is nlso exces Â¬ Again brethren stand firm in sive nessed Usury i tho dostroyor of nations and tho defenso of your honor your homes nnd posterity Lot the world witness tho enslaver of humanity Tho peo- Â¬ one grand phalanx of farmers moving ples banking system will abolish it George OWard In Midland Mechanic forwurd with ranks unbroken by dis- Â¬ sension with strength unimpaired by Is samotlmes asked jealousy to ultimate and certain huo howTho question money would the be raised to cess National Economist build tho warehouses If thoro woro A PEOPLES BANKING SYSTEM one to each county us thoro are less than 2800 counties at 310000 each Let U Niitloiiiillzo tlio lliuikliij fyntoin In thoy could bo supplied without Incroaso the Intiir Ht of the Whole Joople of revenue bv simply Intermitting the To Itofnnmirt Kvnry wlnjre Grueling In view of the faot that many nblo rivers and harbors appropriations for and iniluentinl labor journals are ruis ono year As tho purposo of thoso aping tho objection to tho financial plank propriations is an incidont of tho sub of the Cincinnati platform that it is treasury plan to facilitate commerce tho temporary change of direction altogether in the interest of tho farmer affording no relief to any other class I would inflict no injury The ware should like to inaugurate a discussion houses would pay theIroVrt way A us to tho advisability of amondlng Mich yet nobody has advocatod one for each plank at the Fobnmry 189J confer- Â¬ county though that may come ence I oiler as a revised plank tho National Economist following Tlio farmors havo consented to proA The rlnht to innko mid ItHtio monoy tection to the laborers in the factories In u Hovonln povvur to bu milntnliuU by tho pooplji for tlio common bo no lit lionoti from foreign- competition in order that hey might have a hoaie market for wo ilmiiunrt the abolition of untlounl banks hn buitku of Irhuo and it a Hubitltuto of natheir farm products jit is a wonder tional bank notes wo dciua id that Iok1 ten that of tlw ut do not ap Â¬ der irouaury noted bo iuod la sufflelant ply the laborers the same principle by aiding and volume to trunnnot the bmlnOMM of the country on n cnsli basin without dtiinuu or protecting tho farmer from the Urltlab u p clul udvuntuKo to any oIhhb or calling monoy system that they may havo a ui notcH to bu loiil tiidr la payment of nome marKBb lor mwir ipamuacturcu Yo further do nil dobta public or prlvutu Missouri World iiiuud tlio iiutlonullzutloii of tho bunking products h ynoiii of tlio tnlto I Stttrn in thn InturetH Give the farmers the relief ibr oftliK who opopln To th Ih ond wo favor tho need and in justice should have Mad id lb NhuiiiK Jf Tnltid HtiituflbunkHofloAii u niiit mid JpoHlt In alt o flfrt and towns every factory will be overwhelmed s una linr bikii fucllltliH the olllolan of with orders for goods JCvary laborer ii H hunk bonded employes of the in whatever field wlUVIwnjuugtable tin tlii liitii tindor troaiury notes tM ttliiV lo coiMitUti the banking and continuous erapUytiMi wR bbBbtSI firtiuii Uiboi Vatoj bawkafjuet trunu TO THE BRETHRrN 3 I J 1 -- 1 Â¬ U Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 -- tie ut rxi yf r7 1 1 I - Hazel Queen Hekald SPENCER COOPER - MORGAN COUNTY KrolutlotiH Come listen now ye renegadcH While I proclaim your doom The g o p lint used our aids To liberie Democratic boom 1 knew youM catch the pnrty all Anil Maid within my heart What can a party ilo but fail With such u dismal start Home demagogues from other State With others from Kentucky Would cry out fraud in long debates Till some thought they were plucky One told us he was flesh and blood A though we might mistake Him for a god that chewed hi cud And come to rule our State Third party Ikes how do you feel For mustering up the scape goats You have no patriotic zeal And lost your grip and votes Such men as you who otticc cck And public favor lack Who talk so loud and run so weak You now stay off the track Id crawl off now and try to die Unless I could foigct That I had worked through wet and dry For the mealiest party yet I know you claim they will not steal Like the two old parties do Hut now you see how the people squeal At the thought of risking you You are a chip from the two old blocks Or rather the refuse Fraud divided lu two Hocks You have combined to use Editor Knl 8m i m spk CitizensNationnl Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY Aug 21 1891 Morgan and Rrenthitt will each have five voIch in Democratic conventions hereafter and instead of four Wolfe drops to two aM e ii ilr A 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT That Georgia buuincKS agent who got away with 50000 belonging to the Btate Alliance had an oye to the main chance and might soon have been a full fledged monopolJat Tlie final test of the Government rainfall expedition wan advertised to take place Sunday at Midland Texas and in proof that it was a success it rained hero in Hazel Green that day Â¬ PlfeHiB1 rwt Wzm9F lllMIHIfl ffiSftk tor ff WmifBSS S W WILLIS VIOE PBESIDENT inJ4i I S n i rSX I A H HAMPTON CASHIER 1 While the Georgia Legislature was recently wrestling with tho prohibition problem a full grown tiger a blind one alive and kicking was discovered in tho capitol bdilding at Atlanta The death of George Jones editor of tho New York Times removes from New York journalism all save one of the old timo leaders We Dana ken the survi- Â¬ vor unless it be the mugwump of the Sun Tho outside world may be in ignorance of tho fact but all the same there is a body of 700 acres of land in this county very rich in oil of tho finest quality and it- lies within four miles of the K U railroad - m mi m Mrs Sophia Litterer of Louisville has sued tho Pioneer Worsted Company of that city for 20000 damage alleging that her arm was worsted to that extent by being caught in a cog wheel of the defendant machinery BUS A celestial conundrum faces the Worlds Fair commissioners China has been invited to take part in tho exposition and like Barkis is wlllin but the Chinese exclusion law prohibits that people from entering this country Â¬ A caso of mistaken identity Tho Lex Â¬ ington Transcript copied an editorial paragraph from The Hkrald of tho 7th inst and gave credit to tho Jackson Hustler Whats the matter with our Been mixing drinks old friend Polk Tho Republican National committee now that Blocks of five Dudley has made his oxit might secure Mortimer the manager of tho National Loan Associa- Â¬ tion at Chicago He would prove a pow- Â¬ erful adjunct in raising campaign funds for 1892 The official plurality of Hon John Young Brown over his Republican oppo- Â¬ nent Major A T Wood is not far from 27885 Estimating tho voto of Floyd Elliott and Knott the sumo as cast in 1887 tho total voto of the State will bo aa follows 204 Brown 144089 Wood 116 Erwln 25046 Harris 4233 Total 289670 The total vote is 23588 more than was cast for Trensurer in 1889 64 910 less than was cast for President in 1888 and 11033 more than was cast for Governor In 1887 Mr Browns voto is 800 or 900 moro than that given for Bucknor In 1887 but it Is 89718 less than the voto for Cleveland The Re Â¬ publican voto for Maj Wood is 88930 leas than that given to Mr Hairisou aud 10669 less than that drawn out by Mr Bradley In 1887 Tho Peoples party got 70 per cent of Its strength from Rohub lican ranks and as an ally to aid tho latter in defeating tho Domocratlo party was therefore a completo failure I 5 ity and all Netvous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his sullbrlug follows Actuated by this motive and a rfwire to relieve human suffering I will wnd fjreo of charge to all who dcairo It this recipe in German French or Eng Jli wltfi full directions for preparing and usinj Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A KoYm 8JkT Powers Bloek Rochester X Y 4yl Serofiila cannot resUt the purifying Ayr8 8rinMHI Sold by unauiMtloH Cttrl n An old physician retired from prac Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable roniedyfor the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat nil Lung Affections also a ndai tlve and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ WJf c 7 Republicans and renegades Kentuckys not for you IIJBI IM I1 iWi ill HI Will fill H You hear the clatter of our spades Heres what were going to do W Go dig a grave both deep aud wide ASST CASHIER And roll them up in crape r ELMMWdll II JliiJGllul IVRJW n M IPMIiyiW IJIHni i IWWnffVHil IB II r Aud put them in it Bide by side m m iMJur i lie sure that none escape All Democrats rejoice with us And all your strength renew lie not misled by party fuss Victory is ours hi Ninety two Has ample facilities for doing r11 Tr 1 Whim f a general banking business So- Â¬ ii David Ward and William Osborn had licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ an old fashioned club and fist light a tions gives prompt and careful frw days ago Frank Ward also took attention to all business entrust- Â¬ part in the tussle Killing was prevent- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its ed but the result is bruises hard feelings customers the most iiberal and some court money r nccommonationsconsistentwitn 3 aw3ajHa Some of our merchants are somewhat correct banking business received by staggered over postal cards hist mail postmarked at Chicago with Â¬ Be out signature and read as follows 1 mi wise while you live for youll be a long M am 1 iMwexwiw m m time dead D W Vest is visiting in Virginia CATLETTSBURC KY Today his wife returning from town and The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley while helping her little noy off her horse Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen let him full breaking his leg 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Heath Bartley Cyrus Perry and J F Havens have bought a new threshing Sole proprietors of the renownedSV sSole proprietors of the famous machine which will bo in soon By virtue of taxes due the Sheriff of Wolfe N ERVE KING HIINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL 1888 For the permanent cure of Pains in thex Robert Woolery left yesterday for county for the yearsdeputies188 1890 and The only remedy that is sold on an abso 1891 will on or one lute guarantee to cure all Pains audi mclc and all disorders ot the Kidneys his father is in DAY I SKPT ot my1891 between the MON Harrison county where hours 7th Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrhoea Dys and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer a dying condition of 12 and 2 oclock P M at the front door entery etc Used internally and exter tificates of those who have used this Died On tho 7th infant child of J of the court house in Campton Ky sell to nally The best Liniment in the world remedy will be sent on application folPRICE 25 CENTS S Nickell On the 8th infant child of the highest bidder for cash in hand the PRICE 100 lowing described property to satisfy tax and SfrfrMKfrOfrOfrfrfrOOO George Tacket costs Sale by Drug Stores and Country Stores Everywhere Born last week to tho wife of Noah AnuFniEK Jacob 500 acres land Lovely a boy Name Andy Thomas not located in Dist No 7 for Pieratt WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer year 1891 It 31 J M KELLY President A CNickell Sr Is selling a patent Adams John A 1 town lot in Hazel 7 58 Green 1888 fence right in this part of Morgan YOU Hanks James 41 acres land adj Lewis Hylton last week bought a horse M C Sewell in Dist No lands of CALL ON of Noah Lovely for 125 3 28 5 for year 1891 A F lt0 acres of land in N B Maxey of Mt Sterling is visit Bumock District No 3 adjoining lands of J iug in this locality 10 12 Creech for year 188 August 11 Blurt Oaudili Thomson 73 acres laud adj lands of D S Uodsey iu Dist Born on the 17th to the wife of Zac 3 90 No 7 for year 1891 Dennis a boy Office Combs Samuel 50 acres land adj M Thomas from St Helens No Mrs F lands of Ellen Ashley in Dist 3 50 3 for year 1891 is visiting in town 75 acres Combs from Owsley county Cox A O FSpencer in land ad lands Georgo Dist No 3 for of J was visiting hero last week 3 G3 years 1890 91 They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE 160 acres land adj Elder D G Combs recently closed a Faulkner J STATE east of Louisville No F meeting at the mouth of Lick Fork on lands of A 1890 Haney iu Dist 8 96 6 for year Licking river with 62 additions All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Flouknoy A h 700 acres land ttdj Miss Clara Pieratt bus returned from lauds of Win Lndford in Dist No at the lowest living prices J M KELLY President 14 97 3 for year 1891 a protracted visit at Mt Sterling accom Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET panied by Mrs Thomas Jones of that Freeman HKNHY50acres hind not Foundry on K U RAILROAD located iu Dist No 7 for year city who after staying a few days in 1891 4 89 town loft to visit relatives at Hazel Hall Ghkooryh hkiius 1800 acres Green laud adj Wm Vencil in Dist No 67 90 The Burning Springs association of 3 for year 1891 Regular Baptists was hold at Mount Oli- Â¬ JOIINHON SOCRATB 10 acres land adj lauds of Isaiuh Spencer in vet a few miles north of this place beÂ¬ Dist No for years 1800 91 ginning last Frldry and closing Sunday Keyhtonb 4 Investment Co 1000 5 10 represented All their churches wero well acres laud not located in Dist No TMHWIH INSTRUCTION IN I01K KECCINI SHORT HANI TTPE WRITINI PENMANSHR and largo congregations each day 7 for year 1891 20 48 TIUMAPHY ETC ETC AT THE IRTANT k STRATTIN IHSIMESS CILIEBE SIHTH WEST A great many biblical scholars teach K U Land Co 12942 acres laud NNER THIRI AND JEFFERflN STREETS LIHI1VIUE KY CATAIMME FREE Reynolds lauds that wo are living in tho time of tho adj Dlsts Nooi3 Ellas for year 1891 u 343 00 A iu end and a close study of the signs of Little H E 1304 acres laud adj LEXINGTON KY has 3 Colleges College tho times together with tho prophetic HTIiCKYUHIVERSITY iwirui vns iJime anu uoiiiinerclul College lauds of Joe Spencer in Dist No statements concerning that day will al 4 90 4 for year 1891 iiocrai Aris nasii courses Cluv leal acieutifio ami Civil most convince any ono Mint sucii is tuo Love C L 1000 acres laud not lo 8 rWMlon ofMine SonahK cated in Dist No 7 for year 1891 20 48 DoLtoV h case For instance in tho eleventh chapptamlS SreJSgie 74 acres land efeVednnnlySto ter of Isaiah sixth verse tho prophet says MaLONKY M C Sr Hose Ks I OO CHAS adj lands of Logan in Dist e of the BVflyi in that day children will lead lions about No 5 for years 1839 90 91 11 11 with perfect safety Wo also read about May K B 1 town lot in Leo City Noah keeping lions in tho ark during for year 1890 7 17 in e Southwest More than 1000 alumni 180 CENTRE COLLEGE tho flood and as a fulfillment of the MoDaNIEL John 50 acres land ndj lauds of Joab Pence in Dist No 5 above pronhocy on last Thursday one of for years 188990 91 3 28 these Noah Lyons being under the con- Â¬ trol of Miss Bettio Pieratt and being as Miller Iuewitt 750 acres land adj lauds of Fielden Bush iu Dist sisted by Willey Ward and Miss Cora No 4 vcar 1891 conducted to an altar at tho Potter for 3 C M 3750 acres laud 23 25 Clark was D j J It Sharp Bruce Trimble T G Denton residence of Miss Bottles father C C adj latuUof Win Ledford iu Dist No 3 for year 1891 Pieratt whereupon Rov R D Biven 70 07 OLLEGIATE INSTITUTE SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON after the proper demonstrations pro Â¬ QUIHINUBRRYH liKllw 1714 acres land ad lands of N B Townsend MT STERLING KY nounced them the best of friends until OfOrtral Unlvenity No 4 in 1891 48 03 death should separate them and in a few Ross Dist K WO ior yearland adj JACKSON KENTUCKY Have now a complete line of O acres J years I expect a fulfillment of a part of Spencer in Dist No 4 for year Situation beautiful and healthful large the third verob of tho eleventh chapter two story brick building n faculty of com Clothing Hats Boots Shoes of Zachariah SltEllAN Miohael 2000 acres laud petjnl aud experienced teachers Primary and Gents Furnishing Goods not located iu Dist No 7 for yvar IIlURT August 18 and intermediate departments all common branches Aecademio and collegiate dc We solicit an inspection of T 400 adj partments Higher EiikIIsIi Natural and To Teachers School Oillcers and Pat Â¬ South Phil iu Dist acres4 land year No for J Spencer rons of tho Public Schools of Wolfo o 41 Mental Selenocs Latin tireek German Al our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ 1891 gebni Geometry Surveying Ac Full Nor county Notice is hereby given that tho 8PENCER Heirs ok W T 275 acres nal ourse arranged especially for the ces satisfactory and articles as will bo laud adj lands of J Creech in Wolfe County Teachers Institute Iliihiuesx Dist No 3 for years 1889 1890 91 32 30 thorough training ol teachers held at Campton Ky Aui 24 28 1891 ourse giving practical instruction in busi recommended SlTRLOCK L O 00 acres land adj All are respectfully invited to attend ness forms and calculations commercial lands of J II Gibbs in Dist No Most respectfully law penmanship type writing ie Musical 2 for years 1890 and 1891 12 10 H HENNKTT H N Horton department organ and piano Roth sexes T TnvnuE S F J 49 acres laud iu admitted morals or student carefully guard County Superintendent Dist No 3 not located for year ed courses of tudy complete ami thorough CO Scwhii of 1891 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st endanger your health by using TURNER Thoh 41141 acres laud adj Do not JOBBERS OK xrhat cireiilarM giving ftll liformatlnn Hats j lauds of Win Ledford in Dist No quinine when malarial fevers cau bo C MARION Secy Caps Gloves Straw Goods Prof 3 for year 1891 78 02 address more effectively treated with Ayers Jaekson Kv O O HANKS S W C L H pUNTON D D Chancellor Ague Cure Warranted 8J N- - 1AIT J P0YNTER ii run I fm MfffliMpIff ail IVT fI9Pl fill fViT BHIBBSSEffi iPTinilr I mm H1U32JUf - ki ra fti BirtLJinBi ki OF WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS LAND FOR TAXES t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I iFoit WHENEVER VISIT LEXINGTON THE Lexington Foundry Go 99 EAST MAIN STREET iBvDONE Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St T JUGXlIlgtOn Hy- - iL iadmiJ I l -- uui-Kcoj Â¬ Â¬ mrToaSYt dToVtA 0rTTH i1tlleSe Â¬ jTAoaor 4 YANKIE SEIP St nilLLICOTHE 6 EW J M- - l nr- r tuMJuxJ Has u larger circulation In Wolfe Murrain ami Hrcntliltt titan all other papers In the State and merchant in Mt Sterling Win cheater Lexington Louisville and Cinclii tlliti Will hlld ItTHK IIKST MKIUUM through which to secure Mountain Trade AI1VKRTISINO 11 ATIS Hazel Green Herald I Advertisements inserted for less than 3 month will he 7 cent an inch for the tlrst insertion bud 23 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion 4TAhh TKAKRfKNT AHVKIlTIStNO MUST 11 TKANHtKNT K 1 inch PAID IN ADVANOK STANDING AliVKKTIHliMKNTK 12 2 5 inches inches months i 7 --- 0 0 In crossing a bridge which spans a ditch in a field belonging to J T Day Miss Rosa Trimble and a laughter of Calvin Swaugo near town came near lobing their lives on Wednesday of last j wcok In reigning tho horse buck to open a gate the aiiimul backed off the bridge into the ditch but fortunately the young ladies slipped off beforo the horse fell The horse fell backwards and a crowd had to bo summoned from town to extricate it from its perilous position ANNOUNCEMENTS t JACKSON -- 1801 1802 DAIllYHAOFRINE i FIIOM HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and M HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Hazel Green every morning Sun day excepted and connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Rothwetl every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Smiti ay and nrrivcR at Ilael Green at 480 I M Â¬ TO Pnparatorj School FIRST TEKM UKMNB Lexington ROUND MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1801 4 0 5 Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known oa application Local notices to bo interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a lis count of 23 per cent where they run a month or moie Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published kkkr jo ich inches itches 15 no 18 75 2 K g 00 the receipt of an in Â¬ vitation to the marriage of Miss Julia Cecil of Cedar Bluff Va Wo acknowledge Rates of Tuitiou per Mouth Fare SIOO TRIP TICKETS and Mr Wn which will take plnco next Wednesday at the homo of tho brides father R F Cecil The Herald ex Â¬ tends congratulations and assures MIrs Julia that her many frieuds here unito in wishing her much joy 150 and 200 2 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers in charge of each hack aud especial attention paid ladies H John tr Payable one half on entering School the other at middle of term FKEE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars taking first and second lion ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall be entitled to ufrcchuholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in tho Academy will be awarded to one pupil fronj each of tho following mountain counties vie Hreuhitt Clay El liott Flojd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoflin Mcnclee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been mads for the competitive examination by the common school author ities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship aud tho appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his county BOARDING ONLY or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfully solicÂ¬ Very respectfully ited W It TAHOft Proprietor B 150 A8 27 THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N The Board of Trustees of every Bchool district in Wolfe county is j UlM8 FOR IlKOUIAR ADVERTISING hereby invited to bo present at Wolfo IAYAUIR QUARTERLY ON DKMAND county Teachers Institute on Friday Address SlKSUEK COOPER Hazel Green Ky August 28 1891 at 1080 A M as that hour is set apart for them and an expo Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENT sition of the school law Respectfully We arc authorized to announce GEORGE H N Hoiiton Co Supt W DRAKE as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem Are you going Where Why to ocratic party Lexington on the excursion next ThursWe are authorized to announce WEEDEN Such an opportunity will never CONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriff of day m Wolfe county subject to the action ot the Â¬ Â¬ Notice Â¬ NT jjfjjjp1 6TATION It WITJIER8POON President It I HUNTER Cashier Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Â¬ We have received a complimentary ticket to the Beattyville Fair which is to be held Sept 2 8 and 4 and return thanks for the same This will be the party c first fair ever held at Beattyville but We are authorized to announce JONAS the officers and managers are wideawake F VANSANT of Campton as a candidate and promise a first class exhibition for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county to action of the Democratic party subiect Had 8 years experience as Deputy Clerk Dr E O Guerrant began a meeting at Your support and influence respectfully the Presbyterian church in this place on solicited We are authorized to announce J B Monday evening and preached for us HOLLON present County Clerk as a can morning and evening closing his meet- Â¬ didate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to action of the Democratic ing Wednesday niuht and leaving for party Your support and influence is most Gillmore Thursday morning respectfully solicited The Parent of Insomula The parent of insomnia or wakefulness is Get ready and go to Lexington next in nine cases out of ten a dyspeptic stomach digestion jjives Thursday Only cost you 1 there and Goopinterferes with it sound sleep indiges tion The brain and stom back ach sympathies One of the prominent symy toms of a weak state of the gastric organs is Married on Sunday morning James a disturbance of the great nerve entrepot Gilley and Miss Mary Belle Ross Rev the brain Invigorate the stomach and you restore equilibrium to the great centre A Isaac E Murphy officiating most reliable medicine for the purpose is Hostetters Stomach Bitters which is far Mrs Louisa Wilson Green Butler preferable to mineral sedatives and powerful Troy Pieratt and Lou Tyler each have timenarcoticsawhich though they may for a soporific influence upon the exert our thanks for a bountiful supply of fine brain soon cease to act and invariably injure the tone of the stomach The Bitters tomatoes on the contrary restore activity to the operMarried Friday the 14th inst Capt ations of that important organ and their beneficent influence is reflected in sound C C Cope of Breathitt and Mrs sleep and a tranquil state of the nervous Taylor of DayBborough Rev J T PieÂ¬ system A wholesome impetus is likewise given to the action ol the liyer and bowels ratt officiating by its use Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Democratic party If elected JOHN T Center will be his deputy We are authorized to announce W A JJYRD of Torrent as a candidate for Sher iff of Wolfe county at the August election 1892 subject to the voters of the county Mr Byrd says he is a Democrat and expects to remain one he does not believe in fraudulent means of securing county office and if honored to the position of Sheriff will perform the duties regardless of person or offer again and we advise all to avail of a Lexington JjjF leaves at 330atgiving and 11 Train arrives at This Rank solicits the mccounta of merÂ¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky nnd offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oct8ly Â¬ the present opportunity The fare from Torrent to Lexington and return is only 100 and everybody ought to go excursionists 4J hours to visit the Lexington Fair We are arranging to buihl a Dormitory that will accommodate 60 boarders aud will have it ready for occupancy by the opening of school There will not he any more trou The cost of ble about too high board board will be NEW- - FARMERS BANE MT STERLING KY 2 pir Wnk Everything Furnished TIME M Capital JACKSON ELKATAWA ATHOL THREE FORKS LUMBER POINT TORRENT DUNDEE STANTON CLAY CITY AVON INDIAN FIELDS WINCHESTER 650 715 720 752 815 850 900 980 1005 1030 6lU 600 a FARE 150 150 150 150 150 100 100 100 100 you to them Huzel Green is the prettiest town in East ern Kentucky free from many of ills ol railway towns nnd those of more population no saloons or harbors of temptation 75 The people welcome strangers una influ 75 ences for good are thrown around them 75 All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ We will be prepared to da better work next session than ever before During the summer the school will Be supplied with Wm Chas M Gkubbs Mitchell maps charts globes etc etc President Cashier You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low The largest capital and surplus and indi our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu vlduul deposits than any bank In this sec pils are our best advertisement We refer tioL of the State Â¬ 8350000 Surplus 840000 Exchansi Bank of Kentucky KY Â¬ MT STERLING Â¬ CAPITAL 810000000 5 WM May 8 1801 H CORD PRINCIPAL We have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well Â¬ All persons must purchase tickets before entering the train Tickets for sale at all K U Stations Children over 5 and under 12 Half Fare The best of order will be maintained and every one made as comfortable as possible Â¬ B J PETERS PRE8ftENT JOHN G WINN Cabiiier Traders Deposit Bamk ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 MT STERLING KY Capital J Â¬ 200000 Surplus 80000 M BIGSTAFFTprsTdent Q L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOM80N Cashle Miss Inez Lusk gave birthday party Majtown Missiles Wednesday night of last week and all The Peoples party craft Black Rover the young folkB of town were invited owned by S B Erwin started from this and had an enjoyable time place on the 3rd of August bound on a voyage up Salt river Her crew was In the primary election for Sept 5th composed as follows Jordan Wills cap- Â¬ all who voted the Democratic ticket tain Frank Williams first mate John prior to August 3 and pledge their sup Â¬ M Henry second mate Jackson Rat port to the nominees will be entitled to clifl cook C W Clark secretary and vote treasurer of the expedition and we sup Â¬ we are com- Â¬ pose was well supplied with the necesss -Owing to a rush of matter pelled to leave out some correspondence ries furnished by the owner of the craft but we The captain wished to take Rev W W and several communications accommodate all Manker along as chaplain but the Re-Â¬ hope soon to be able to comers publicans of this place objected for the Mrs John Davis of Mariba Tuesday reason that Black Rover was going to a country entirely too hot to suit his con Kent our better- - five of the finest toma stitution They also objected to his go Â¬ toes we have seen this season for which ing because of the fact that they will she has our thanks The five weighed want and need him hero in 92 The Black Rovers cargo consisted of the dead fJ- pounds political bodies of the third party too When every A look at the announcements in this numerous too mention is run- thing wa ready Rev J W Kendrick paper will show that J T Center askea the blessing of a kind Providence ning as the deputy of J W Congleton on the expedition The Black Rover for sheriff of Wolfe county Mr Center then cut her cable raised her anchor is quite popular and what figure this and with Samuel Bays standingon her hat on his cane crying three move will cut in the race remains to be stern with our Kansas friend and the cheers for seen Peoples party she sailed away aud passed of sight See the excursion advertisement on forever out Wingless August 17 thiB page Jackson to Lexington and return only 150 The fare from Tor Â¬ rent to Lexington and return is only 1 and everybody in Wolfe county ought to neuralgia go You will never have another such Â¬ Â¬ The last ex cursion of the Come one come all year fl 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 Mt Sterling National Bank JJR J F LOCKHART MT STERLING KY 5Hfi DENTIST EZEL KY Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH O REAR BIGSTAFF LAW ATTORNEYS AT MT STERLING KY Practice in the courts of Montgomery nnd adjoining counties and In the Court of Ap peals unit Federal Courts Â¬ Cashier II w OOD DAY f A 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW over Exchange Hank li F DAY t wood 3 vvssra - Â¬ MaysvMe St Mt Sterling Kv Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Ilreathitt Rowan Mngoflln and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court of Appeals Office 1000 mm lKKw4MHM ffln Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every customer fairly k HMif F mi KENTUCKY INSTRUCTORS II 26 PROFESSORS Â¬ Compifition Open to DAY HOUSE thi World Agricultural Solentifio Engineering ClaBioal Normal School Academic Commercial and Military Conrses of COUNTY APPOINTEES REG IVED PREE OF TUITION Fall term begins Beptciter th mai Mas LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is at all times sup plied with the best in thf market Rates reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage is nfily respectfully solicited Hazel Green Ky Â¬ RHEUMATISM and sciatica can always torn successfully traats4 with opportunity Everybody in Eastern Kentucky ought to bear in mind that the Hazel Green Fair will be held Sept 29 and 80 and Oct 1 uud 2 and preparo their exhibits for the same The premium list is a very liberal one and there is a chance for most everybody to draw a prize We acknowledge the receipt of a com- Â¬ plimentary press badge to the Winchester Fair Sept 8 to 12 inclusive and one This is one of its handsome catalogues bluegrasa circuit of the beat falra in the and we advise all who wish to attend a fair as is a fair to visit Winchester on the dates named Â¬ Over 10 and under 15 years of ago 25 Cents J AS 35 Cents Over 15 years FANT JAMES PTHE OLD KELIAULE Catalogues giving preHat House ef W S Dlckinssfl Psf miums in full will be ready for distribution Juno 20 and Cor Pearl Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain frieuds aud es may be had by addressing pecially the merchants to give him a call when in the city W G LACY Secretary SON Â¬ ADMISSION Board in dormitory 2per week in private families 350 to i For Catalogue address K LEXINGTON KY PATTERSON PhD Â¬ Trimble Bros wholesale MT STERLING o AVCoHsifruweRts of nrtiiluee and tke of Mountain iferehanU rtspuet ully solicited JeHly rv Â¬ R S STRADER Successors to Ayers Sarsaparilia cura Is sura to follow ths persistant usa of this A 74 J A Lail Co GEOGBmS KY MAUPIN WITH E MAIN Stkkbt LEXINGTON KY For Booth privileges address Wholesale Dealers in J M ROSE Straight KNtieky ItiihUis A Whisky fcc SPECIALTY President h metltolne WiMS Has Cured Others will cura you FINE OLD WHISKY CIGARS AND TOBACCO AgenU for Old Ptigh Old Pepper Old Tarr d Old Taylor Thos Henderson Bon WIIOLB8ALK lSfW35 ASHLAND KY mr V t 8EITZ WITH HH ijiy WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS Bh6i CATUCTT8BUHO D H CARPENTER KY V ct o p Sj xgv ft M 1 I W VM ill iH Should lie call her She corltt not hear Should he keep tho token Tho hit of guuze was fragrant with her touch SPXMOXR COOPK1 VtMklMr Ho caught it in lib hand ran awk- wardly after her and thrust it before MAZBL QBEEM t KY her face She received it with another S blush and a nod of thanks What an adventure ho said to him WHAT HE THINKS AN DOES self when he had collected his senses Jn tho rniiKlo of tho mornln enough to Jmve a coherent thought When thuroH vljfor In tho air Ileuf and dumb ho shuddered An u toiler needs no wnmln what un outrage upon nature what For hlH fodder lor prcimro I a libel upon love Whin tliu Hun hen done clu rlaln An u fellers rlsln too Half a dozen times that day and for Kt oit roallv quite surprlsta a week afterwards he found himsuif t What a follor thinks holl dr rccurring to the incident I must not think of it lloforo brrtikfmt wlion awinhln ho admon Â¬ An n wlpln hnns mi fucc ished himself Heavens how the HoJfjHt OilrikH holl do u slinhln whole thing haunts me plnro Lot of work nhout tho Hut while he scourged himself at re Â¬ DIk tho wtimtrt from out tho tuter Hop tho puch f be urn un corn membering and vowed ho would for- Â¬ Kill the hIukh oft tho lonnnturi get ho set lii m self systematically to Foro thoy blow tho dinner horn a work to find out who shu was and till An ho thinks thct after dinner about her Hq will ruko tho clover Jmy Miss Westlunder a toacheriitbV Ho Is Koch nn nunc HjMnnnr institute was tho result a niece of l2tllWterhlm tmtplajr Westlunder tho banker An then of he nhoultl jet through 6t Ks ho ronlly thinks ho will He had a letter to tho Wcstlandcrs Twont tuko very long tor do ct Ho would present it sit once He would Ho will ti tor town un nillL visit tho institute a natural thing for J lliu ilio ulr kIIh ruthor sultry a stranger to do He went nut there 15cn before ottt nine oclock tho very day the thought occurred to i An ttioMinhliiu oxtry nltry him He made tho rounds of thclmUd Hot ornntiKh tor moll u rock ings with the superintendent An u feller wIltH ot weedln An tho lioeiu of tho corn In passing one of tho cluss rooms ho An hoti In tho uluido n re ml In ut last saw the magnet that had Foro ot noon on Hiiros yor born brought him there V An then os ho tries tho rnklu She had about her a group of chil Â¬ AftcrMlmiur of thohliy dren but did not look up He tried to Then ho miyH KVh bettor nnikln attract her notice but she did not hood Moi too Kreon ter rnlio tor dny Ho went away without oven a glance AnVtfanftlios up old Dolly Tor tho wugiui with will from her eyes Hut he was happy jtJF f AnYwItlttftfrVr cousin Mdlly A curious phase of his passion now V MW tyrtovvii un mill MMWiiJk set in Although he visited her kinsBo yo hco ot iilnt tho thlukln folk he found it impossible to ask even Thot ulono completes the work tho simplest questions about her It Kt oh bruvry Ithoutshrlnkln seemed like crying from the house 0tUoy4SiurrittJitnoutfiiiirif j tops that he was in love And his Kf u feller lles from under CK Qwt rfa toMlKflut rnys or Him pride wns not a little sore that he had Do yo think he oukIU ter wonder heeiifcso ingloriously captured without Thot the labor rsnt done a word and by a girl who could not In Jood JIouhokoopliiK lidwnrd Vincent Hazel Green Herald iW mi Â¬ Â¬ w WITHOUT A WORD 1a A Vary Natural Mlstako with a Written forThlH Paper 1 oeooo i J s jilm i mi TlW S Vf ho nearou IMS w 4T A v M SVlfw 3s5 J fk fff l h r i 3P an JAVi o ttd journey Jduifjum itinv grounds and return by another road He had quite ired the suburbs lelgh looked out of the cur wih when not farcin a anee he saw an d o v w i t h u object which for a moment seemed to strange utter turn him to stone in his tracks Upqn a narrow nidestlloleadlng to ut heart Hiv- a field hevtnll 4tonl n wh ium Thi Yvcstjyjn city wns to be tres was ineverv lhie6f lief slim fiir- 11 a word As weeks went on he sank deeper and more hopelessly into the morass of his infatuation Ho sut to work to learn tho sign language He would do anvthing to meet her upon her own ground One afternoon he started out for a stroll He loft tho town walks and struck for the open country lie de cided he would skirt the institute Â¬ Â¬ utter most hysterical For an instant he jOMB3 HOtJIB dumfounded and incredulous was OAMPTOXf KT Why why didnt you talk thon ho stainmored with a foolish laugh 8 S COMBS PxoTRiKTOa I dont know she answered with At first out of mischief Th patronage of the travellaf put confusion I think I knew you thought mo a rapectfully aollclted Table the beili mute and It amused me Afterwards I Ttry attention for the comfort ef fattfa hadnt the courage and I tried to keep RED KELLAM you away with A general movement of tho guests towards the refreshment room brought S TIMMONDSJ M them to their senses Ho gravely of Â¬ and they went out fered lnr his arm Grocer together At length when they must part ho PORTSMOUTH 0 np8ly iAi we Tdadfrom sliolips some- Â¬ whispered I shall come td morrow times you said hold on 5 PER WEEKi He sought her next day with most I SALARY Yes pray he spelled clumsily impetuous wooing He told her tho Wantcd Good Agknts to sell ot do take breath Hut she would not Letters gest- Â¬ story of his miserable battle with his General link of mkrohandisd j a hove salary will a peddling ures changes of expression often in- pride And you what will you say to mo paid to livk agents for pr terrogative followed In a whirlwind Say it with your fingers darling for THElt INFORMATION ADDRESS Oh the witches are iti you he ex CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO may hear I cant understand a word fear the walls claimed 178 W Van Huron St Chicago IlQ She spelled a few brief- words with yohKuy with a desnafiingsign of not hot blushes haying caught her mcanhig When able to SheXtill wont on To counterbal- Â¬ discuss they wereUnwleigh more calmly HENRY MATLOCK iound the matters WITH ance his chagrin he began a running riddle of the situation made plain fire of comments aloud with the intense brother satisfaction of knowing sho could not Miss Westlatuler had this only orphans MCMILLAN KAZEN GO who was deaf They were hear He must be educated So in order to You little windmill Ypu talk me WHOLESALE with blind If you belonged to mb I should be near him and to keen pace could enjoy being scolded lk3 that because I him in the only language lie ever know she had obtained a place as BOOTS AKtt -- SHOES sTtquld siinply lobk avay like this i institute and ho turned an immovable gaze up- teacher in thewere When we on tho stile together on their friend the goat KNOXVILLE TENN I was not day she said She was forced to stop for want of an that funny certain whether you knew I could talk auuionce test by So I put you to Presently the owucrjpfjtho goat ap or not and using the signsthe fast as spelling as jjMrTlic peared with a rope iijpRuiirhand That I could When you burst out and called DAY A COabove goods arc handled by J4 Ihiol Green Ky hostile creature ran to meet him with me a windmill know you supposed I a bleat and allowed himself to be led was deaf and dumb J was half afraid away of you 3ou seemed so bold There was no longer any reason why We shall have one advautnge over they should not escape Rawleigh common people said Kawleigh gayly We can talk our love on the street cor ners and upon the highways and no one will be the wiser mys Â¬ terious words with his lingers this is 4 A the language of Heaven AND Ciaiia Dotv Iatis ultatioii he could not hide and at which she blushed Do you understand me readily was his next question yjflmlanced her little hand in tho a slight expressive shrug of the muuhlcr as if to say Only passa- Â¬ bly but I read you perfectly he said you do half the talking with your eyes Bin why did She talk sfast Her fingers Ioav through letters and signs until howas bewildered Hold on he cried aloud aifth F Wholesale Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS Ah--spelli- ug te mJ m THE CZARS CAR in Army OiiumlH lie Kiillwuy When Ho OSiOHH Nos J MI fc HHUSI STREET his home I 4 lit llMfl i 1 llff 4 L fHMi t rT xwsejr Whuiistlmt llllt pihi oniundinjfsV he now ukkud as ino locomotive screamed out its up proacji to all tho echoes about the town Thats tho deaf and dumb institute tho stranger responded vAh you live in this place Yes sir ovpect to settle here In the law with n Mid leu youthful impulse to wn rd t iHiUflduncc Judge Chi lours is i shall Iks in his niv iiuiior s friend Â¬ I Â¬ 0S struuyer in the scut liulifncriilfti umiit in i d d e - u ijed tvKi til trleofil5 A a girit lirT he s reels wore bustling wlthUmiyA More than one pa5slby vu hi jiwiv till llUVCUIlier bLUieilr iit iCiiti uosinopolitan figure WB j i i mi tixinifi iiiu yes i minimi 11 i Rtretehiny muscles a little and I t -- up I own i together urnuntil i Shall wo walk t i tf lm stranger was vnMoVri tho vordicr jlp iHr AUs v Ilvusontly an exolamatioii burs from Hie young man s lips 3 yfc U i pretty faco vChov ill ijjt mot and passed tho W J i JFH iVv UipcoTiuja Uioit merely suilled iniftjjfli JeluL theVr roaohw the Jiotel Ilnw-TrniUlo e V t Munpnnil tlvHniolgll HhbHworlc bt depositing his hand luggage and of registering I must hle tho judge at once ho said tohftnsolf llo looked up tho number and tlicn ftViW WmMnbdui way o the street WfiJAhk liKirinottlio haunting face Ho looked tip and down Its tree-lxdeied length Ho examined tho houses at either hand to soo if sho might not r- J rhohrpitibubly a time- ho thought mile away by this dOH sr - and3nyhtiiigoJtfcuUnQhs w B- aMri fthlvoVlhiSiiirh RrfivlelffhIt sent He Tho time it took to reach this dread- ful conclusion brought them faco to faco Uawloigh bent such ti look upon her as sunt a vivid red to hor cheeks Ho felt hhi own color natmtlo to that Hi blush on tlio Walk l list then hepled hereabout a half dittany wSiiijj iail turned a cor Wf and wntf vJmlhg 6wartls him A lad of about twelve was with hor It Vis plain ii dyljght from tho strong likenesbfttAVn them that thovworo brother and sister H UuiwiiRhimklte asorles of rapid Jblook deaf and dumb had scon muto people talk before and ho know what this meantshe was rtn A filMWwjSomethinglylMff I trait JijLfeft JiidrtropjM hr yelL of UlN thwuo Shs cumstance swiftly and silently Tho CIXtlXXATI O helped Miss Westlunder down from her czar always travels in a train of live carriages His carriage is built in a w Vitli si violent pluugo of his heart ho perch with a regretfnl sigh wSfMiss Wogtlander At the OIliwj jfls He walked to the gate of tho insti- Â¬ peculiar style s nuuT of hisinprdaehing steps sin uTIio whokvjiiletnule of Eastern Kl The windows while ample for light JS piiekly turned her taei in his diree- - tute grounds with her lie asked leave are high so that a person sitting down tucky is respectfully solicited to call upon her She hesitated plead is LioiUj Shiuloijikoda if iipou the verge ed invisible trom the outside and tho that she was busy and did not seem sides of the ear are fortified with plates of tearsj THE to wish it of steel concealed in the ornamental At the sajmeiiunMhtrfJceivt of her lie went home and distress wsis ivvoaTed X goat that was beyond anything dazzled ever confused woodwork but strong enough to resist he hud known a bullet There are two sentry boxes pretending to cross the track near by From this dny on mere dreaming in in the carriage one lifted his nostrils scanned the new Â¬ at each end and comer resoutfully and took sevend ag Kaw lelghs passion was over Ho left each looking out at an opposite side no means untried to be near Miss West- - from the other gressive stopViri his direction The guardsmen 5GQMPAKY lander it in one way or another he duty in these apartments arc shut on Itnwleigb had a eauoxand wnTln in Ep nearly alwajs thwarted from any observation of the interior of means - intimidated Tint us hat the earriagebut at intervals of about vinved the goat lowered his hornTTniidJ Oiilnt his opportunity came at last 1 One of the banker Westlanders two feet tho whole length of prepared to charge This hejldiu at tho Wholesale Dry Goods daughters wns to be married It was saloon arc electric buttons communi Â¬ once and th such directness and force that Unwleigh had no alternative but to be a quiet wedding to which llaw cating with the guard chambers as 101 103 and 105 V Fourth Street to dodge him aim a wild blow at him leigh as a special friend of the groom well as with the two carriages one was invited He was certain he should containing the suite and the other in South Side CINCINNATI 0 there the rear occupied by the guardsmen The stile UlMicnly refuge at meet the lady ofahis heart of roses He sunt her bunch and not on duty So far therefore as the He rctfuhednit with coinmend- baud asked her to loitiBHyoyiow or stops were hliiiself with wear them lie supplied train itself is concerned the czar could a tablotvso as to avoid be no more secure in St Petersburg Might HnlssipfgtljliTaled the rickety hand speech whicKRaigliiinake them The train speeds on to its destination atbowM without a halt except on account of fftfiiiumllilmself suddenly standing conspicuous the room he On entering At MtolsAEfifitWssldi on that nui- - side at once She and tho sought her accident miles it distance of not less tynnlprcs than five ahead is a pioneer train lie did not speak for of course she eut brother were seated together She in which the imperial director of rail- Â¬ She greeted him ways and the chief engineer of the par-Â¬ won1 his flowers with a bright smile ticular railway on which the czar ia He beckoned her to a window alcove traveling always rule As tho pilot Intimating he had something to impart train whizzes by the reserves along tho He took out the tablet and wrote hur line rush to arms and guard the sides of ffityti r -- Mini riedly the railway waiting until the imperial As soon as the ceremony is over train has passed so that the spectacle Nos 71 and 76 Slain Street please come here again lmust speak is present of continuous lines of sol- Â¬ CINCINNATI 0 diery for hundreds of miles Arrived with you the end of his journey the czar is She wrote back Is anything at wroug escorted to the quarters intended for MEYER Yes everything uulcss I can see the imperial family WITIT The streets are guarded by special you a lope for a moment I will come constables in tho attiro of citizens GO Mo Then was no chance for further talk Every property owner has been called until the ceremony wasover Then upon to supply oiio or more of these O JOBBERS INO Huwleigh managed to vUtdniw her men at his own expense to do duty once more to the retired corner when tho sovereign makes a public ap-Â¬ Hardware She Agricultural Implometl sank into a chair with u half pathetic pearance Tho constables average ono in ten of tlio crowd that thrones tho OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS look of inquiry upon her face MALTA PLOWS T nSTPft STOVE CO Am I never to bo allowed to see streets and being in ordinary dress you he wrote COOKS MILLS fe EVAPOKAT0W they can mingle with tho people note Yes am here whauiswiidfaudt perhaps do some- Â¬ CHAMPION ItEAPEIlS MOWERS STODDAKD AND ACME HARROW Hut alone- - in your own home thing that will obtain them reo nlm itVWIKIOH HAD TO DOUOK HIM DOORS AND SASH A SPECIAL love you madly Noi 110 A 112 Second Street 5 1 could not hear Then both lngan to Ihoro was no answer totlmt The With ono tontK tho population engaged 01y IRONTON OHIO laugh tablet trrmblod in herj fingers He as spies upon tho remainder with t Isnt It absunl he spoiled slowly siuuciieu u Itno m uer againv1 troops enough concentrated to stand a with his fingers -My first glance at you was fatal I formidable siege and ids faithful D0 YOU WANT TO SAtl Sho nodded gleefully do not care that you are he hesitated giumlsmon Jogging every stop tho czar FROM 25 to 50 OENTS ON EVP u have boon hero more than an just how to word it goe tlirJugh tho forms of a visit in ti deaf and dumb UULLAR YOU SPEND bo Wl hour sho answered rapidly with hor or mute but finally as if to malVort nneienUcapltal of ltussla or whatever rou oun Illustrated If Cataloi fingers pointing to tho goat ascriudlv true as possible he wrote city ho may ehoosq to honor Phlla CONTAINING ILLUSTRATIONS AKBFW w deaf add dumb I lovo you all the delphia TelegraphV Cant wo sit down ho asked in OF FVERYTniNO MANUFAOTUBK pantomime more for that THE UNITED STATES AT lANUTAC llmWihMlAfietjoi There wasnst ropin by sitting close ERS FRIOia She read and grew pale Slfe took iiSt l f 10000 ILLUflTRATM in you iiiiury inc A together for ihom to perch upon the the pencil but her fingers refused to ALLLINE8 REPRESENTED OlTAI Ho you lovy inofqr myself alone1 top step They adjusted themselves move and dropped helpless Into her MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION Why of Do you suppose I there as if to consider tho situation ADDRES8 lap 16vou4oVfortlle Sake of yc itiCHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY Miss WestlandorJs distress JmijNro VVVlrVimlstuUAiVJ4 murmured maideujaunuand fouijold No 178 West Van Bure di j maid sisters acted Into tho keenest setise of the ri- Â¬ 1 am hhi Ufa and dnmb ii i ui- - uujiisi uiara diculous Kawloigh had been so manv weeks Hazoo Her gray cyeYVrlminod witty CHICAGO ILL in Keeping his- - mission un to hmi mirth ls ri u t -- A Safe jobbvry--Wl- ll the robber How1 loftg lhhst W Watt hcroM pltcji that this announcement irentlv be caughtt Nfct was a safe rob- pointing to their emptor whlsperhigly nuulo as It was Hjmppyd j MlUpar- - Kld -- Yankee TATIONTiiRY JSSBfi I dont euro with m dash of ox- - thc tension with a twang that was al- enn Ac lor oulo ut tliia ofijef W Note Paper only 10c a qulr rn M lire Slli SAVlt INTO A CItAIIl IravtN When tho czar travels in Russia the precautions taken for his safety could not bo greater if lie were in an enemys A battalion of infantry is country detailed for every two miles of dis- Â¬ tance and allowing five hundred men as the eltectivo force of each battalion every spot ot ground on both sides of the track is covered by sentinels within easy distance of each other The czar is suddenly whirled oil to tlio station accoumanicd bv the chosen twelve of his body guard without pomp or cir- Â¬ 34 188 R ACE ClNCINN VTJ 0 i THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAB HARDWAR Atr 11 COMPAIJYVh 15 and 17 West Pearl Street w Â¬ wkmi -- i 1 GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKEM CO SnHiM Saddlery and Harness Gus Wo KERR 1 1 fl j - ffieS waau jh -- t QCCU SUltlOBerT m j Jif I I HOME HINTS AND HELPS The Leading Story of the August Wide Awake is A delightful reminiscence of Lnfayettos last visit to America is contributed by To take rust out of steel rub it over Sarah O Jewett it is entitled Pegs Hit Milnd oil and in forty eight hours Llttlo Chair and has a full page illus- Â¬ unsiiiKcu nine lineiy tration by Garrett ub witn Tho Brides Bou- Â¬ owdcretl until the rust disappears quet is a charming story of a good Strawberry or Raspberry lae Make deed and The Silent Lio is an admira Â¬ nirnu with three quarts of vattr and ble bchool story Pokeberry Juice bur pounds of sugar add the julco of and Mullein by Kato Upson Clark is wo lemons anu ono quart 01 straw a little tale that reveals some of tho crry or raspberry juice then freeze funny toilet secrets of country girls a y World Mr Browns Play- Â¬ generation ago A very good shampoo is made of fellow by J Loxley ltticcs Shells of alts of tartar white castle soap bay Sea and Laud by Will M Clemens um and lukewarm water The salts Tho Poppy Bee by Mrs Ilall and f tartar will remove the dandruff tho How to Dry Starfishes by Louisa oap will soften and clean tho hair Lyndon are good short articles for tho horoughly while the bay rum will lovers of natural history How tho revent talcing cold Cossacks Play Polo is a tcrriblo and Uread Pudding Beat three eggs dramatic story of a Russian field sport vith three tablespoonfuls of sugar a indulged in by officers of the Imperial ittlc nutmeg or nny desired flavoring Guard it is by Madame do Mcissncr of 11 vour baking dish nearly to the top the Russian legation What Seven Add one pint of fine Indian Boys Did is a truo account of vitli sweet milk ry broad crumbs and bake for a little some knowledge loving Alaska boys vor an hour Detroit Free Press by Francis 0 Sparhawlc Margaret The tomato is an excellent purifier Sidneys Peppers serial in this num- Â¬ of the blood and the following is a ber has all the interest of a good novel Miss Matilda Archambeau Van Dorn choice mode of preparing it Place tho tomatoes in a Dutch oven for a few initi the serial by Miss Cumings is full of Mariettas ates before the fire adding a very lit amusing developments hen they arc warmed Good Times aro really good times tle vinegar through peel oil the rind and eat with Men and Things pages abound with original anecdotes The poems aro by nny kind of roast meat Thickened Cream Heat one cup of Kate Putnam Osgood Maria Johns Melt Hammond Eli Sheppcrd Jane Ellis cream and one of milk together jJBne tablespoon ful of butter and when Joy and Richard Burton Especially nibbling add one tablespoon ful of good things for veranda reading are the When well mixed add the Murguret Patty Letter by Mrs Wil- Â¬ cornstarch hot milk gradually stirring as it thick- Â¬ liam Clallin and tho fine ballad by Mrs Popes Prescott Spoflbrd ens Add salt and then pour it over tho Harriet Twickenham Mother at hortcalccs Ladies Home Journal Wide Awake it S240 a year 20 cents Creamed Potatoes Cut cold boiled a number A specimen back number potatoes in small pieces put in stew D 5 cents pan sprinkle a little salt and flour over will be sent on receipt of Boston them chop four or five sprays of pars Â¬ Lothrop Company publishers ley and put in the pan and over the Out of Tunc Tho mistake of the whole pour a pint of sweet milk When compositor and the short sightedness of it has thickened dd a lump of butter the proof reader wero recently exemor a teaspoonful of beef drippings plified in tho elaborate description of a Housekeeper Green Pea Soup Maigre Boil in wedding party where it was announced discoursed wo quarts of water one quart of old that a maudlin orchestra What was meant was a sweet music green peas and a large sprig of mint mandolin orchestra the newest until they can be rubbed through a wrinkle in swelldom Detroit Free sieve add to the liquor a pint of young Press peas tho hearts of two heads of lettuce a handful of spinach cut small one An amateur photographer went onion and a quarter of a pound of but- Â¬ thirty miles out in the country to take ter add salt and white pepper to suit lomo choice views filled fiity plates taste boil half an hour serve with fried and found when ho came to develop bread Boston Horald them at homo that he hadnt opened He had Apple Pudding One pint of flour tho shuttor of his camera one egg one half teaspoonful of salt pressed the button but for some reason three quarters of a cupful of milk it hadnt done tho rest Philadelphia water may be used instead butter size Record of an egg one teaspoonful of baking Stern father at seaside hotel table powder three large apples quartered to son who is moving off for a bicycle Cut the butter up in the flour and add ride Come back sir Is that any way mm uniting puwejur iieiii tiie egg to leave your eggshells How often 5bulL and stir into the milk and add to havo I told you to smash the shells up Spread the mixture about half or youd havo bad luck alliAsy Phil- 5WjW an men tincic in a weu outtered pud m3n1r1i in TJnnnwl -- uv j jj ding dish Stick the apples in and sprinkle well with sugar Bake three Walks Spanish tho king j quarters of an hour in a moderate oven Goes in for a quiet life tho hermit To be eaten warm with milk and sugar Good Housekeeping Contains a cutting article tho scabbard -Â¬ Â¬ M nM nanltinH ami om uiuieciot alto the very best glnssuloth The through alecplng eur service over the Cincinnati Hutnihon and Dayton And Michigan Central Railroads be Â¬ tween Cincinnati via Toledo and De troit to tho fairy island of Mackinaw and the Northern Tln rcunrt hnu limtn resumed for the season These cars leavo Cincinnati every evening except Satur- any ni iu o ciock arriving at JHicKtnaw at 040 oclock tho next evening Ask The Hon J W Fenuimorc is the your local agent for tickets via C II t Sheriff of Kent Co Del and lives D or address any C II D agent or E 0 McCormick General Passenger and at Dover the County Seat and Cap- Â¬ ital of the State The sheriff is a Ticket Agent Cincinnati O gentleman fifty nine years of age Â¬ m i Tnrniigh To MncUlmuv August Flower DONALD KENNEDY lsv Of Roxbury Mass sayi Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Seated Ulcers of yca standing Inward Tumors and every disease of the skin ex- Â¬ cept Thunder Humor and Cancer that has taken rodt Price 150 Sold by every and Druggist in the U 40 A Boston woman has been granted a putout on a stocking supporter wnlah an ex Â¬ port says will support Boston woman by a royalty for good many years Male flirts aro to bo dealt with at water- lug places this summer Lot no Jlltymaa escape N O Picayune A Model Hallway Tho Burlington Route C B Q R R oporatos 7000 miles of road with termini in Chicago St Louis St Paul Omaha Kansas City and Donver For speed safety com- - Â¬ fort equipment track and enlcicntsorvlco it has no equal Tho liurllngum gains now patrons but loses none -- Toon Jlgsbyl He ha9 lost his mind Im not surprised to hear It I know long ago that his head was cracked In dianapolis Journal Â¬ It Is tho unloaded guns that always go off at unexpected moments and wreck tilings it is different with men N Y Rccordor Commend to public apnrovnl tho California Its Kicollont gunUtlei liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs It is pleasing to tho eye and to tho tasto and by G G GRliEN Sole Manufacturer gently acting on tho kidneys llvor and bowels it cleanses tho system effectually Woodbuoj New Jersey U S A thereby promoting tho houlth and comfort of all who uso it It Is oil very well to offer your sympathy Kcnil for lnrentornOuldoorllow toObtlnivlntrnt to a man who has followed your advico and EemlforDltfeatof lKISHlON ond 1IOUNTY LAWS failed but It is hurd somotlmos to get him PATRICK 0TARRELL WASHINGTON D 0 to accept IU Somervillo JournuL flat t wit WUMS TMS 111IH Have no equal as a prompt and positive euro for sick headache biliousness consti- Â¬ pation pain in tho side and all liver trou- Â¬ bles CartorB Littlo Liver Pills Try thorn and this is what he says I have used your August Flower for sev- eral years ia my family and for my own use and found it does me more good than any other remedy I have been troubled with what I call Sick Headache A pain comes in the back part of my head first and then soon a general headache until I become sick and vomit Canada GOLD MEDAL PARIS 1070 At times too I have a fullness after eating a pressure after eating W BAKER COS at the pit of the stomach and sourness when food seemed to rise Breakfast Cocoa up in my throat and mouth When from which the excet of ttt I feel this coming on if I take a baa beon removtd little August Flower it relieves X mbMolutely pur mnH me and is the best remedy I have it i soluble ever taken for it For this reason No la It preparation XI I take it aud recommend it to r tued baa tnor than thrtt tlmtt Ma others as a great remedy for Dys ttrmglS of Cocoa mixed with c pepsia Btaroh Arrowroot or 8ujpu 4 m 1 mm Cliemicals and la thcrcforo far more ace Domical cottlng ten than en cmtacup JtUdllolounottr lihlnff Patents Pensions trengtlnltiB sttKBTCD And Admirably adopted for Inrallda M wall na for paraona In health xaiilt VT BAKER Sold by Grocer i OTery vhere CO Dorchosto Maai ti Away with the wash board Tnr diplomat who said that talc bearers could not occupy high places never saw a xnonkoy go for acocoanut tree Elinira GaÂ¬ zette A sallow skin acquires a healthy clearness by tho uso of Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dyo 50 conta No Â¬ Use H Pearline As long H CA N Miss Pmm never gocB into tho water sho is too modest to surrender herself to the embrace of the ocoan NYWorld Ant ono can tnko Cnrtdrs Littlo Liver Pills thoy aro so very small Nptroubloto swallow No pain or griping after taking Trta fellow who lives on his wits must frequently put up with poor wlttles work what Biughauiton Republican m Best cnslost to uso and cheapest Remedy for Catarrh By druggists nonny-in-tho-slot Pisoa 25c mnchino is a groat Tnn ln centivo to tho ohowing gum industry Mail and Express tnlrrn frrm it mats wnat it was made for Its the rub rub rub on it that ruins 8 the clothes Its the wash board that wears you outYou dont need it Away with wash day You dont need that either You dont set apart a day for washing the dishes Wash the clothes in the same way with no more work a few at a time But youll have to use Pearline to do it Pearline only can rid you of wash board and hard work with it you can do your washing when you like And you can do it safely too Directions on every package IWS - and troes as you use the old therell be hard with waste it and Thats cant be t SNOW on IN ENGLAND tho Small Anlmuls of tho Forest Snow generally catches animals in England unprepared all but the hedge Â¬ hog who is comfortably asleep rolled up in a coat of leaves and they are put to all kinds of shifts to find food and escape their enemies The more Tun Order of tho Hath Hurry up them open and exposed the districts the towels -- Smith Gray Cos Monthly AllVcts It il EiiASrnns on account boolcs signs of abiggor scrapo coming aro sura Puck X p UiCTfiisTfi do not havo to takofout n peifolers license Tnn bow legged man has the bulge on the bicycle -- Hinglmmton Republican An article that has got eomo 8nap to It tho torpedo Mail and Express Is tlio only ynSfl COPrWHT 1691 A W3V With has no ctlual thc peddlers find prize givers who say their imitations are a3 good as or same as Pearline ITS FALSE Pearline is never peddled and Sold by all grocers 210 JAMES PYLE New York As she enters womanhood every young girl needs tho wisest care Troubles beginning then may make her wholo life mis- Â¬ j greater their difficulties Where there arc thick woods and hedgerows and above all running water birds and beasts alike can find dry earth in which o peck and scratch or green things to nibble and water to drink But on the great chalk downs a heavy snow storm seems to drive from the open country every living creature that dares to move at all For the first day after a heavy fall the haies which allow the snow to cover them all but a tiny hole made by thoir warm breath do not stir Only towards noon if the sun shines out they make a small onenintr to face its beams and perhaps another in the afternoon at a different angle to the surface to catch the last slanting rays Squirrels which are often supposed to hybernate only retire to their nests in very prolonged severe and frosts A slight fall of snow only amuses them and they will come down from their trees and scam per over the powdery heaps with im- Â¬ mense enjoyment What they do not like is the snow on the leaves and branches which falls in showers as they jump from tree to tree and be Â¬ trays them to their enemies the coun- Â¬ try boys During a mild winter they even neglect to make a central store of nuts and instead of storing them in Wg hoards near the nest just drop them ato any convenient hole they know of ear Like the squirrels rabbits seem rather to enjoy tho snow at first Like many men they require a dry bracing atmosphere and sea breezes and frol suit them and the morning after a Snowfall tWIr tracks show where they nave been scratching and playing in it U night But after a deep full they uro soon in danger of starving Though not particular as to quality they liko their meals reglar and with all tho rass covered with a foot of snow their main supply of food is cut off If there s a turnip Hold near they will scratch away the snow to tho roots and soon e troy the crop If not or if the sur ee of the snow is frozen hard tho hungry bunnies strip the baric from the w and bushes Interior Â¬ somo servant girls dust Diuth power that can mako Elinira Gazette privileges Tho hired girl of humor Riu to a question of EvnN tho funny man Bometimcs gets out Tin end of a long Washington Star Picayune penters Go strike a homo run The light of tho world is of no interest to tho man who has not a good llvor N O it tooth and nail dcntUts and car- Â¬ Tho Song That PnxrTiiATiNo music Mail and Express Touched My Heart Tnrun aro not necessarily four sides to a squuro fight Indianapolis Journal How coNTAOiotfs tho gentleman behind tho bat is said a Boston girl at tho base bull match Washington Star Ax economical bartender can mako two lomonndes with ono lemon but its a tight squeeze Binghamton Leader The older a man grows tho moro pleasure ho takes in thinking that tho young aro not as wild as ho used to be and will nover bo as good as ho is Atchison Globo erable But tho troubles that aro to bo feared have a positive remedy Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription builds up and strengthens tho system and regulates and promotes every proper function Its a generous supporting tonic and a quieting soothing nervine a legitimato medicine not a beverage free from alcohol and injurious drugs It correotB and cures safely and surely all thoso delicate derangements weaknesses and diseases peculiar to tho sex A remedy that docs euro is ono Thats that can be guaranteed what tho proprietors of Favorite Prescription think If it doesnt give satisfaction in every case for which its recommended theyll refund tho monoy No other medicine for women is sold on such terms Decide for yourself whether something elso sold by tho dealer is likely to bo just as good for you to buy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be done r OuShh sT ends torn cMi in 6 si Ra O le house oudhh to becleried v t a Xl nexbhouse cledninjandbeconvinced 1 UNCHsaysf thihl- to y T and ignorance is no excuse for a dirty house or greasy kitchen Better clean them in the old way than not at all but the modern and sensible way is to use S AROLIO on paint on floors on windows on pots and pans and even on statuary To bo ignorant of the use3 of SAPOLIO is to be behind the age XQNORiiltfGXS of man aw excuses no 4 My wife and child having a sovcro nttack of Whoonlne Cough wo thought that wo would try IMbob Curo for Con Â¬ sumption and found it a pcrfcot bucccbs Tho first bottle broko up tho Cough and four bottles completely ourod them II Stbinoih 1147 Guporior Bt Chicago Illinois tj ULCERS w CANCERS nN WjS SCROFULA V SALT RHEUM V RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON these and every kindred dlseaso arising from Impuro blood successfully treated bj that nover fallinjr and best of all tonics and medicines THIS IS THE ONLY SCALE 5 TON RD and cuthartlc properties Theacareadmlr ably combined la Jlr Tsttta Liver XMIla Tlirywlll la a aliort time cure all the SHf ferliiE that reault from Inactive bowel Theyalve tone t the luteatlnea atlmulate the accretions and enrrcet Imperfect fane tlonal action of the atoaaach and liver Price 25c Office 39 Mncli talaclilefU done In lie treatment of constipation Tim commnn opinion la that Mil requlrrmentaura fulfilled If the medicine force a miloudlnr of the bawrli A great error Medicine almply purgative correct no morbid condition consequently their nae la followed bytrrealer eoitlvenci A rem edy to bo efluctuul and permanent mutt be composed of tonic alterative corrective A SERIOUS MISTAKE IIEWIS 98 LYE I rOWDERBDANDPIRyUMM The itronpnt and pumt Ly made Will make tho fct per Â¬ fumed Hard Soap In 90 mluute without bollin7 it la the for oleansing waste pipes dls lufeoting sink closets wash lng bottles paints trees ete PENKA SALT MFG 00 Gen Apt Phi la Vs VATKNTID bat Swifts SpecihbSSS Books on Blood and Skin Diseases free Trlnted testimonial sent on application Address The Reliable Accurate Durable Tutts DISAPPOINT liver PiUs NEVER 41 Park BlIV ffi JC CtCVED CURED TO ITAY PIim N Y ADDRESSJONESwherys the freighter terms WHIIMANSru wany Lever JreM M niad or II ay fknvr a4 Wool ATwart vlctorloaa mmiTw Btmmwuimm at ll prominent talra for mm Mva tmmwm ftltfnuiva i OP afOJ IOOKH ia- a boimnM rm wub annv Wlf If fee iracy wiser BI tor teraaa dont dalajr AddM HUNT fc KAVON ISO ath Ae N YVCMr n9 iiiiin AQTUMal We want the nameBd td dreuof every aufferer In tha US and Canada Addre CUMf r Iro4IUytKD Biftl9T ata tftllUll NH rUII yt taM HU MwWMkSSt PLUM6ER PERPETUAL ClvaraMieea1 orlar Alii lilt STEAM riUSS ill BINGHAMTON Ko I NY BKR0 4CO IMS Obamof Commsrcs CkitcAce M sarMMS HIM fAFMtswr laiMM ANK K ilea T the AeveHtaasaiM U M ABTsUtTMCKfl VUCJMl I Swift Specific ATLANTA QA Co Information REHEBT CDII NY ILCl III Jos t trioEDTIPmia itw7 chmitt UodtradilreM mii mi WTHtll WKITIN lmk ate ih mis N PWWJ MJW VtfrtH - - m i f l ti DGPARcmenc Congrosslonal District Offlolal Organ of tho Tonth cKy r 5 r IttterHtnte AUIhuco Thakoii No J For Skitemrkh Question What i political economy 1 Anhwkr It is the Hcicnco of adminta tcring tho affairs of government Q What is politics AWobatera unabridged dictionary - given tho following definition Tho Hcionco of government that part of ethics which has to do with the regula- Â¬ tion and government of a Nation or State tho preservation of its safety peace and prosperity tho dcfeiiBO of ita existence and rights against foreign control or con Â¬ quest the augmentation of its strength nnd resources and tho protection of its citizens in their righto with tho preser- Â¬ vation and improvement of their morals Q What then is tho difference be- Â¬ tween tho terms political economy and A politics r There is but a little if any Both havo reference to tho proper and just administration of tho affairs of government Whilo the science of political economy aims to reach tho best innthods of government tho common acceptation of tho meaning of tho word politics seenH to include all tho methods employed to attain that result Thus the management of political parties and the means used to obtain party supremacy although frequently of a very question able nature is commonly called politics although it may not tend to a proper and just administration of government afÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fairs Q What Is with regard the duty of tho Alliance to questions of political economy A To labor for tho education of the agricultural classes in tho science of eco- Â¬ nomical government in a strictly non Â¬ P ditions some men would amass vast for- Â¬ Allianco A They are expected to exercise tunes on account of their greater natu- Â¬ their intelligence and patriotism and to ral shrewdness while others would not be placo their votes where they will do tho able to hold their own How can a govNo truo member of the ernment avoid this most good A The same condition exists in na Â¬ Allianco will vote for a man or a party that antagonize tho principles and de ture The law of gravitation attracts everything to a common centre All the mands of the order Q Supposo that both tho Democratic water in tho world would be in the ocean and Republican parties aro found to op were it not for a compensating force or poso tho principles and demands of the law supplied by tho wisdom of God The Allianco what hope then hns Allianco great lifting power of tho sun draws the water into tho air whero currents carry of attaining its objects A They havo left tho recourse of it back over the laud and redistribute it voting for and with somo other party or in the form of rain Let mau learn from nature As tho concentration of water taking independent political action Q Rut would this not bo a violation would lead to drouth aud result in death so does tho concentration of wealth in of its non partisan principles A No Thoy aro only enjoined to the hands of a few lead to starvation and cducato from a non partisan standpoint death To provide against this it is the that is without reforenco to tho creed or duty of governments to enact a compen principles of any party They leave them hitting law A graduated income tax selves frco to act as they sco fit and as will answer this purpose Let incomes necessity demands Thoy would be an of 1000 or less be exempt from tax arrant Bet of fools and cowards unworthy Let the second 1000 bo taxed ono per of tho namo of freemen if thoy tied them cent the third 1000 two per cent selves either expressly or by implication tho fourth 1000 three per cent in Â¬ to any political party Tt would bo worso creasing the tax in like ratio until very than folly to mako their demands with Â¬ largo incomes will bo taxed out of exist Â¬ out reserving tho right to enforce them ence In addition to this abolish interTho experiment is being mado as to whe- Â¬ est by tho government furnishing money ther either of tho existing political parties at cost Let all money be engaged in will conccdo to our demands Wo aro productive onterprlso and in tho devel not asking promises Wo havo been fed opment of tho resources of tho country upon that kind of diet until our bones 81MUKCTS lOR ESSAYS rattlo Wo want relief and wo want it 1 What constitutes a good citizen now Wo can got it after a whilo by 2 What is the greatest need of tho ourselves Whilo wo bind no ono to vote hour for any political party wo reserve to our Â¬ 8 What is it worth to bo an Allianco selves ovory available means to enforco mau our demands oven to tho taking of indeÂ¬ J What Ib tho Allianco worth if it pendent political action No man has does not enforce its demands any greater right to Hay that our objects What are the elects of a concen0 can bo attained through tho Republican tration of wealth and Democratic parties than somo other HtlRJECT FOR- DISCUSSION man has to say thoy cant be The man Can civilization sustain itself who opposes tho organization of another National Reformer party or taking independent political A Nuvor FhIIIhk Kemetly action is a bitter partisan himself When Â¬ Megrim ink tho ouly peraianent euro ever the people aro satisfied that relief neuralgia can not be attained through either of ho for all fonns of headache and to 20 min relioves tho twin in from 15 existing political parties nothing can ntPii For Halo on positive guarantee at prevent them from acting independently Tun Herald ofllce or seat postpaid by Lettfu work of education be in accord mail on receipt oi price ou cents a uox Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ partisan spirit Q What do wo understand by this A That it is the mission of tho Alii nnco to educate its members and others on thoso political questions that affect their rights as citizens of every capacity Q What aro wo to understand by the words in a strictly non partisan spirit A That in the education of the mass Â¬ es tho creeds policies and principles of political parties as such shall bo ignored and that tho groundwork of education be laid upon tho eternal principles of jus tico and right without roforonce to polit ical parties Q Supposo that in following this lino of teaching tho Republican party is found to antagonize tho principles and demands of tho Allianco what is expect ed of tho Republican members of the Â¬ L U Wolfn County F ancc with our principles and not ac Tho Wolfe County Union held its regcording to the Democratic or Republican faith and all will bo well Tho members ular session with the Stillwater Adge in will act as they please and if their edu Â¬ j Wolfe county Ky on the 2ith and 2Gth cation h unbiased by pnrtisanism they days ot luly 1801 and some important business was transacted will act right nnd vote right H S Helton offered the following res- Â¬ Q Upon what Is the science of polit- Â¬ olution which was adopted viz ical economy based That we favor and endorse the Peoples A Upon the right of a man collectparty movement ively nnd individually The following preamble and resolu Â¬ Q What aro the fundamental or nat Â¬ tions were adopted viz ural rights of a man Whereas farmers and laborers are A Tho right to life liberty and the barely making a living and all oilicorsof pursuit of happiness tne suoormnateanu county Unions freely Q What do we understand by tho give their services whereas it becomes more manifest every day that tho ene Â¬ right to life A That in a government ho not only mies of our order are seeking to defeat its purposes by sowing seeds of discord has the right to protection against being in its ranks by maligning its leaders to killed by lawless persons but to procure take away their aupport and by appeals the necessary things to prolong life and to the partisan feelings of many of our members who havo been heretofore active make it comfortable and happy supporters of ono or the other political Q What natural elements are the parties whereas all people should be free gift of God to mau that aro necessa Â¬ educated upon all questions pertaining ry to sustain lifo and add to his comfort to civil government in order to insure perpetuato or uphold a genuine Republic and happiness therefore be it A Land wnter air and sunlight 1 Resolved That the salaries of the Q What would be tho result if wo presidentvand secretary of the Kentucky woro deprived of cither or all of these State Union should be reduced to 25 per mouth and incidental expenses for any considerable length of time 2 Resolved That we condemn the Wo would sicken and die A course taken by tho Farmers Home JourQ Did God intend that all tho peoÂ¬ nal for the personal attack it made on the ple should enjoy theso gifts or only a Hon S R Erwin ex president of the F L U of Kentucky who has devoted part of them the past fifteen years of his lifo to the A The earth was made for man and interests of tho laboring masses and who all that is in it was designed for him is at present tho standard bearer of the Q What then is the object of govern- Â¬ Peoples party for Governor of Kentucky d Kesolved That wo deem tho edument A To protect men in their natural cational features of tho reform move- Â¬ ment the most important and vital aud rights tho weak against tho strong the therefore urge the members to subscribe good against tho encroachments of the for only such papers as are true exponents of the principles of the F L U bad 4 Resolved That we recommend Q What is the underlying principle that tho State Union establish a State upon which title to property is based organ to be owned by the State Union A Primarily human necessity sec- further that said paper be furnished free ondarily what a man earns should be ot charge to each member of the order in his own A man is naturally entitled to good standing 5 Resolved That we endorse the acenough of the natural elements from tion of the National Alliance held at which by the application of his labor to Ocala FlaXec 1890 6 Resolved That we have the fullest live comfortably In tho sweat of his confidence in all of our national leaders Â¬ faco he shall eat his bread He is en and promise them our unwavering titled to all he earns The laborer is port in all their efforts in behalf of supthe worthy of his hire great reform movement of this nation 7 Resolved Q Do all men have these rights That wo tender our thanks to Bro J H Sebastian and Ar A They do The right to the gifts bury Kash for of nature aro inherent No mau has a which they the wisdom and skill with managed tho business of right to abridge them A government Wolfe County Union as president and that permits it is not perfect If one secretary of same and hope that their man possessesa more property than he pathway in future may be strewn with needs and another not as much the con- Â¬ flowers of peace and contentment 8 Resolved that we tender the Broth- Â¬ dition is abnormal and if the poor man erhood and friends of this vicinity our is industrious thero is something wrong thanks for the kindness and hospitality shown us during our stay among them in the economic system D Resolved That these resolutions Q How will the government provide aud preambles be published in the Hazel against this condition Green Herald National Economist A Ry the abolition of all class laws aud Home Sentinel H S Helton Chairman and giving all an equal show in the race J L Swango Committee of life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CtautMl THREE B L Wmiwmwmmw KENTUCKY Degrees Also 4 DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY C0LLECES--IS ami A Classical Scikntikc and Lkttkhs Courses leacing to Bachelor 11 and Bhlcctivc Commercial and Muster M RICHMOND A M S anil M L of able ami experienced men each a specialist in his department geographical center of tho State in the heart of the llluegrnss re the gion 1WX feet above the sen free from malaria a few hours by rail from Louisville Cincinnati Knoxville anil Chattanooga Itellncil and hospitable community and stu dcuts II ml homes in the best families and Memorial Hall Attkndanck liiHt session 401 from 2i States Territories and countries Nkw Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year KlOHTYTWO 82 endowed scholarships for the benefit of worthy poor young men KxiKNSKS MoOHHATK 175 to 210 for tuition board washing and servant attention Nbxt Skssion opens Wednesday Sept I 1801 -L H BLANTON D P Chancellor For Catalogue apply to A FlLL ItlCHMOND Courses JaclIty Â¬ fl JAMEtf KENNEDY WjK z JAMES B TIPTON WIM 5 rrs -- mm nTn m wftintriirawni HJWMiH il irf - DEALERS IN- - Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY jPirThe prescriptions nnd orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special care and attention in compounding febC ly None but pure medicines and drugs used ryyy37TT7yynrr7yj Â¬ ART 4 PAPJJR No 32 West ii H- - M WH Pome HANGINGS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Â¬ 4SINTE1II02 BEG0KATI0NS Fourth Street CINCINNATI W H MEARA President O G MITCHELL Secretary Â¬ Â¬ 0 2sM Â¬ The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have just completed ar- rangements with the American Book Company that will enable him to sell the school books adopted by the Slate Board of Education at the following redueed rates McGufleys Small Primer 15 VA Rays New First Arithmetic Revised Primer 8M Second Arithmetic Eclectic Speller 17 50 Third Arithmetic First Reader 17 Kev to same 60 CI Tliirli irilliniulin Second Reader 30 Third Reader 42 7o Kevtosame Fourth Reader 50 McGufleys 1st Eclectic Geography 55 Fifth Reader 1 10 2d Eclectic Geography Id IT Sixth 8o 3d Eclectic Geoeranhv 1 30 The above schooTrMBk publications of t je American Book Company are well known standards and we slMlrJtt all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school officers teachers or pupils atjScprices named Other school books published bv the American Book Company 137 Ifalhut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices J T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky CHEAPER SGID0I sfftfs fSKSyJrdj5A Mmh Q Rut even under these equal con- Â¬ Hows Thl We offer One Hundred Dollars regard for any case of catanh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi Â¬ ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm il IIGHTNIN6 JNIMENT fOR AFE URE IPEEDY MAN Uej For the OR BEAST rAfr vyitwi fR riJMATtfMI West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Waldino Kinnan Marvin Whole- Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu Â¬ Testimocous surfaces of tho system nials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY Â¬ L If Attention F AND DEALKIt IN The Tenth Congressional F L U of Kentucky will meet at Jackson Breathitt county Ky on the 24th and 25th of August 1S01 Each county will send five delegates The officers aud C bimJw iTlT TarMaL i iMUMBrTTiTrrtr73And Trimmings of All Kinds standing committees are requested to be resent as a full representation and a ul am prepared to furnish on short nutice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL f arge attendance is desired Tho County KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to ihe very iiuest can furnish coffins cheaper Union of Breathitt is appointed a com Â¬ than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 up I have a Hue hearse and will deliver coffins cheap mittee on arrangements A J Rinoo President 10th Cong Dist Union UNDERTAKER C0FFI1ISCASKETS 1 JTf - - Â¬ Or you aro nil worn out really good for nothing It U Koncral ilcliillty Try ry FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED very lowest prices YOUlt HACK ACHES x umiJUl Ull XJU I y HUOUSS 1UOS JUTTKJtS It will euro you ami clvo i rimx HppetUu by nil denlcni In uuxUclua ery respeetiully Monuments rrnSeents Sold tc are such that I can furnish Tombstones or Irom any kind of Marble or Granite and at tho j V CRAVEN T F QAPJJ Jeweler EZEL KY IRR rrvllM INU UUD PDIMTIMF KEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXK SOTTED AT THIS OFFICE Send voir order Â¬ - Welches Clocks Jewelry B guarantee satisfaction The affiant Noah Wyatt states that ho has taken up as strays on his farm in Willii county about 14 miles southwest of Camp hogs about 12 months old of black and whito spotted color marked with smooth crop K each ear and two splits in Having just thoroughly overhauled the elt ear ami one split in right ear 1 havo Hazel Green Mills we are now better than had same appraised bv J S lableof Wolfe ever prepared to do county Kentucky who asiessed tho value ol bald hogs at and the owner or same can have them by proving and paving char ges for them N n WYATT And we respectfully ask all wisliim Pnr uivcn under my hand this July 17 1801 or Wheat ground to give us a trial We HAZEL GREEN ESTRAY NOTICE tonKyi Statb ok Kkntucky HAZEL GREEN MILL CO 3 Mrn H Tho justly celebrated 1 at thin nflinn uf 10 oiD and the best pencil in town at 5c a piece Ill Sc County of Wnl re I J 11 IIolloii Clerk of the Wolfe ty lourt do certify that tho foregoing Coun iitray notico was this day lodged in my office for record and that I have duly recorded tho same in my said office Ulvvu under my hand this Julv 20 fSilt J 11 IIOUON C Y C C 1 Â¬ IV