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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jpT tt rr VV vi yf 4wv j i - VT r- - SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green HffitM - 3 Established Mnroh 4 1885 nnd Mndo Famous in tho Colobralod Story of Of ii tfotny World Jonathan and His Ooutinont 1I1 by Max OJRell tlOO A m 4 With Kod n Prom All Nations Itimht lng at ltnok mSSm YEAH Always In Ativan r TENTH YEAR MB8aiga33iiatjibrnrir HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY iunaniunet i ICY mm THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1894 our invitation to como nnd find homes among us should bo extended only to such as are or aro qualified and will- Â¬ ing to become patriotic nnd law abiding American citizens Pauper immigrants with nihilistic ten Â¬ dencies aro not wanted nor should any of that class bo tolerated Believing that tho existing conditions favored it tho Board of Trade commenced the agitation of an Immigration Confer Â¬ ence to bo liod in Louisvillo this fnll and after considerable correspondence in which tho views of representative citi Â¬ zens in various parts of tho State woro secured and looking at theso facts and conditions from tho standpoint of tho general interest and welfare of tho peo ple of the whole State tho Louisvillo Hoard of Trado believes the time has como to act Every city town county Board of Trado Commercial Club Chamber of Commerce and Agricultural Association is invited and urged to send not less than five delegates to tho convention and nil public spirited citizons who take an inter Â¬ est in tho subject of immigration are also earnestly invited to bo present Tho Mayors of cities and towns County Judges Presidents of commercial organi- Â¬ zations nnd agricultural associations are asked to at once name representative del Â¬ egates or provido for their selection The railroads and steamboats doing business in the Stato aro taking an interest in the movement and havo agreed to sell tickets to tho convention and return for one fnre All delegates appointed and all others who expect to attend the convention aro requested to send their name and address to tho Secretary of tho Board of Trade Louisvillo Ivy so that suitablo provisions may bo made for all Tho Hoard of Trade in taking the ini Â¬ tiative inthis important matter does not assume to map out plans for the conven- Â¬ tion or circumscribe its work in any way It merely desires to call tho sorions at tention of the good peoplo of the State to certain facts and conditions that have close relations with our geuoral welfaro and to invito thorn to assemble in conference in this city to discuss and act upon them From letters already received from citizens in all parts of tho State it is bo lieved tho convention will bo a success and that the event will mark a new epoch in tho history of our Stuto Tho State of Kentucky has need of your wisdom Tho city of Louisville inand advice vites you to come and tho Board of Trado will gladly welcome yon less Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WJPj I j V3 t muumiu MimummiL tu ww ViHmiiinmM in THE TRUE HISTORY OF CAPTIAN JOHN SWIFT AS ESPE- Â¬ CIALLY CONCERNS Hit lUlnliitf Opomtions for Sllvor In Wlmt 1 Nnw Known it tho Mountainous llivt of l Inn tor u Kouliioky InttircitliiK llomlliiff WRITTEN BY ONE WHO IvNOWS Wo first hear df Capt John Swift Co- - shortly after Brnddocks defeat at the French port Dtiqueauo in 17fl5 Among tho exchanged prisoners that came with tho Colonial army to Alexandria then one of tho loading seaports of the colonies was a man named Mundy who had been captured by the Indians when about six- Â¬ teen years old and remained with them near about eighteen years Mnndy had been so long with the Indians he seemed somewhat out of his natural element among tho whites in Alexandria Capt John Swift at that time com mandcd a sailing craft between Havana nnd Alexandria his cargo consisting principally of rum and molasses He had landed in port just about tho time Mundy made his appearance in Alexandria Capt Swift noticing the singular appearance of Mundy interviewed him Capt Swift beifig naturally a generous hearted man on learning Mundys history furnished him some suitable wear- Â¬ ing apparel went to the landlord of the inn whore he stopped when in port and tpld tho landlord to let Mundy have to eat and drink at his Swifts expense This practical kindness of Capt Swift so won tho lovo and confidence of Mundy that he seemed anxious to make some re- Â¬ turns to the Captain for his kindness Mundy learning that Capt Swift would set sail for Havana within a few days went to him and told him he had some thing of importance to tell him After retiring to themselves Mundy proceeded to tell Swift of rich mines of silver out west in tho mountains on the waters of Kaintuck saying to Swift that when he was a Captain he was with the French and Indians and helped to pack ore and burn ooal tosntelt it with but they neer learned him anything about- separating tho metal from tho rock as there wero generally two or three of them that attended especially to that part of the Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ work Captain Swift replied to Mundy by say Â¬ ing he had frequently heard that there was silver out West in the mountains also saying he knew nothing about ores of any kind that the business ho was engaged in was under contract for a cer tain time and when tho time was up he Would then try and got up a party con Â¬ sisting of somo who understood smelting of rock so as to obtain tho silver Ho said ho had mot Mexican and Peruvian miners in Havana every trip he mado and that ho would take especial caro to hunt up such miners and try and induce them to como homo with him It appears it was almost two years after Capt Swift and Mundy met before thoy got ready to go to tho mines There was a party of six started from Alexandria for tho silver mines in 17C8 Aftor being on thoir journey several days somo of the party becamo suspicious of Mundy saying that ho might betray thorn into the hands of tho Indians but Capt Swift told them that ho had tho utmost confidence in Mundy and would go on with him Finally four of tho men determined to turn back two of the four being tho leading men aa smelters and refinors Swift nnd Mundy knew thoy could do was very fortunate for them that Mundy nothing if thoy went on Tho four men so well understood tho habits and cuswho determined to return told Swift nnd toms of tho Indians nlso their travels Mundy if thoy would go on and bring and trails or thoy would have fallen into somo of tho oro and if it proved to bo their hands on this trip as Mundy had rich thoy certainly would return with them chango their courso and Ho quiet thorn nnd run tho silver out for two days for as thoy woro returning Mundy lenrAing from Swift that these ho saw somo aifitia ho did not like Ho men mistrusted him refused to go saying would not lot them shoot to kill gamo to thoso men that ho would novor pilot and thoy grew quite hungry as thoy only any of them or bo tho means of their de- Â¬ had somo dry deer meat with them riving any benefit from tho mines At CONCLUDED NEXT WKEK that timo thoy all went back to Alexan Â¬ Is tbd finest puro white So Clean dria and aftor thoir arrival Mundy said to Capt Swift that ho would go alone soap over introduced hero It is better and see how to got through best what than Cashmere Boquot for the toilot changes bad been made whothcr tho old superior to Ivory for fine laundry and furnaces had been used since ho worked ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One with thera stating at the time that the cake 10c 2 for 15c j 4 for 25c Sold at I furnaces were on a creek in the roughest I thin office only Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ place ho over saw and on both sides woro high rugged cliffs of rock Mundy started for the mines alone in the early part of tho fall of 1769 and Capt Swift said when ho parted with Mundy at that timo ho never expected to see him again Mundy said to Swift it would take him near two mouths to make tho trip making allowances for difficulties and troubles that might tako placo on tho route When tho time came and overything was arranged for Mundv to start to tho mines Swift sent him as far on tho route as Mundy thought best Swift furnishing two ponied and a man to go with him Aftor travoling over a miles Mundy preferred to go hundred Ho had been so often nlono on foot over all tho important trails of tho In Â¬ dians among tho mountains he would not loso his way and Mundy told Swift ho dare not go a direct route at that sea son of the year Two months passed but no sings of Mundy though insidoof three months ho returned within a days travel of Alex andria and sent for Swift as it had been previously understood between them After Mundys departure for tho mines Swift set about hunting somo one who understood the smelting of silver ore also knowing what silver oro was when they saw it At the expiration of two months Swift camo to the house where Mundy was to como on his return from the mines but could hear nothing of him This man at whoso house Mundy was to stay was an especial friend of both and was in tho secret about the mines Swift told the man when Mundy re- Â¬ turned if he ever did to stay thero until he came back which would be about Christmas as he had rood to Havana to secure rfiic services of two men such as they would need in the business At or near the appointed time Swift returned to Alexandria having contracted with two South American miners to go with him to the mines out west in the mountains As soon as they arrived at Alexandria they received word of Mundys return They hastened out to where ho wa9 rejoiced to find him well and having in his possession soveral pieces of rich silver ore as such tho Peruvian miners said it was after an examina- Â¬ tion It boing midwinter now they concluded to postpone their expedition to tho mines until April of 1750 On tho 10th of that month the party of four left Alexandria for tho silver mines consist ing of Capt John Swift Mundy and the two miners one called Jefieres and tho other Guesta Capt Swift being an Englishman he called them in English Jefferson nnd Guest They arrived safoly at the mines about tho 20th of May after a very rough and tiresome journey Two days out from Alexandria thoy provided themselves with ponies nnd packed on them such articles as thoy knew thoy would need After arriving at the fur naces within 300 yards of the ore they examined- the condition thoy were in Jefferson nnd Guest said thoy had been well and substantially built for tho pur poso thoy had bcm used for One of them thoy repaired so as to have it ready whon thoy wished to uso it Thoy also commenced to build another one Thoy did not expect to do any smelting or much mining on this trip but prepare for practical work on tho next trip Thoy romaincd at tho mines nearly two months working somo in tho old shaft Mundy nnd Swift killing game for their support Ihcy loft tho mines about the middlo of July arriving at tho settlement about tho first of September It Â¬ Â¬ VERY IMPORTANT IS A DASTARDS A PASSENGER DEEKWAt A- -- WW - THE CALL ISSUED BY THE LOUISVILLE BOARD OF TRADE Â¬ TRAIN WRECKED SWITCH Tho Invitation Sent to All larts or tho Country to Attend the Immigration Convuntlou It Will Ho Held InlonlHvlllonn OctJU KENTUCKY IN THE FRONT RANK Tho Hoard of Trado of Louisvillo has Tho Ktighuw Killed Flrnmnn FMhIIj Ih- Jur1 and Th Mall Chirk Kadly IIurt Thc TVrceTt Wts Oh tli IVnurtflh Ihillroiul NARROW ESCAPES FROM DEATH 1 JKi V -- Train No 42 on the AVnbaMi raUrod wns wrecked on tho evening of September 10 4 tailed its immigration cull for tho con vention that is to bo held thore October 24 Â¬ Â¬ The call has been sent to all parts of tho country and to nil industrial asso ciations inviting them to send delegates to tho convention and it is oxpected that a large number of visitors will res pond to tho invitation The following is the call Louisville Kw Sept 29 1894 To The Louisvillo the people of Kentucky conferring with Board of Trade after representative citizens in nearly every part of the State hereby calls a convention of the friends of immigration to meet in the Exchange Hall of tho Board of Trade in tho city of Louisville at 12 oclock noon Wednesday October 24 1894 to discuss consider and inaugurate plans for calling attention to tho many advantages Kentucky has to offer as a placo of residence for intelligent and industrious home seekers and taking prac- Â¬ tical stops to invito and induce such to come among us and find homes Kentucky has natural advantages over many othor States and countries She lies in the latitude and has tho climate bet adapted to the health and physical comfort of man sho docs not suffer from the extremes of heat and cold like tho States to tho North or South of us she is well watered throughout her entire extent by unfailing springs creeks and rivers She has more lands bordering on navigable rivers than any other State in the Union and a greater variety of crops can bo grown at a profit than in almost any other State She has vast quantities of fino lands for agricultural Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Mnmnee a small town twelve miloe from Toledo Ohio Tho accident ww tho result of n well laid plan to ditch the Happily and miraculously ivn 1 v V entire train tho heavy Pullmans kept on tlo track and the mail and baggage cars although badly wrecked did not contain any vie- - VV Urns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ purposes which may bo had cheap rich but undeveloped mines and extensive forests of valuable timbers Every year thousauds of intelligent and industrious men with sufficient capi tal to make a start in life and in many cases with ample means for largo investments leave Europe othors tho moro crowded localities of our Eastern States and tho moro severe climato of the North and Canada and seek new homes Chaiilks T Ballard and fields of operation better suited to Fres Louisville Board of Trade Secy Jas F Buokjjer their conditions and desires They aro passing Kentucky by not be Tho County lnpor causo eho is not well adapted to their No man is too poor to take his county wants but simply becauso she is doing newspaper and it is falso economy to get nothing to call attontion to hcrsolf and nlong without it Hardly a week passes holding out no friendly invitation that something docs notappcar in its colThe States to tho West tho South and umns that will be a financial benefit to Southeast of us aro looking to their inter- tho subscriber and by tho end of the ests and aro getting this valuable popu- Â¬ year he has mado or saved from ono to lation twenty times its subscription prico Tho The people of Kentucky aro gradually city papers do not take the placo of tho SPANISH GOLD realizing that while others and in many county paper although some peoplo seem of Onptntn Kldda lloety roHHil t respects less favored sections of tho coun- to think thoy do Tho city papers aro Iart Grounnohtl Long IalnHtl try havo grown in power and riches a all right in thoir way buttheydontgivo Renewed interest in the story of Capt vast domain in their midst has been you what you aro most interested in Kidds buried tronsuro has been given to alinostontiroly overlooked and neglected your county news tho peoplo of Grconpoint L I by the Tho facts aro only too apparent that You cannot learn from them when and discovery of a mass of melted Spanish wo havo been content to drift along with whoro public meetings aro to bo held gold Whllo J P Grady a salesman tho tido while our neighbors havo put who aro dying and who aro marrying was driving along near the Main street forth their entiro strength nnd best ef who aro moving in and out court pro wharf at Orcenpoint the wheel of hU forts to gain advantages which should ceedings who wants to sell land in wagon struck something that gave fdrtk have claimed our attention long ago fact hundreds of items which might bo a ringing sound Glancing- - down some The United States census shows that of particular importance for you to find thing bright attracted his attention He there wero 10981478 acres of unim- out Such items city papers do not fur- quickly dismounted from his wagon and proved farming lands in tho State of nish but tho county paper can and docs discovered to his astonishment a tjueedy Kentucky in 1850 In 1890 there were If you can nflurd but one paper by all shaped piece of gold about 8 inches thick still 9598347 acres a reduction of only means tako ono that is published in tho and 10 inches wide Tlie ton of the mm 1388111 acres in forty years snows coins perfect in form county in which you live Is it not timo to consider plans to util- Â¬ No one who has seen the metal ea A Horn Gentleman ize this immenso territory and secure for protend to give an explanation for tbf A small boy was at a table where his Kentucky tho increnso in wealth nnd find But during the past mmme mothor was not near to tako caro of him population wo aro justly entitled to dredger has been at work iu the harhor and n lady noxt to him volunteered her All around us the battle for supremacy The mud excavated Jmd been thrown la Lot mo cut your steak for services is going on and Kentucky cannot afford you sho said if lean cut it the way portions of the dock which needed JtUttg to bo indifferent to her opportunities you like it sho added with some degree and it was in this wharf that Nearly ovcry Southern Stato has its found the curiosity The truwrt weigh of doubt immigration agents in tho field securing 12 pounds and Je estimated to ho Thank you the boy responded ac nearly tho attention of settlers and diftscmina 500 It wiH he tent to an aeeayftf cepting her courtesy I shall like It the worth ting reliable information regarding their to determine its real value n way you cut it even if y6u do not cut it respectivo advantages and by direct the way I like It Tfce torture o dyapofela tad siok agencies disposing of surplus properties The miners entombed at Wilkesharra heaJaehe thelgenMnrf itokJuc aa4 class of good set and introducing a new were rescued after being 10 Ihnim wilM nftUof salt Hmwm mt itjMovtd hr tiers Z tlmJt eaBHo JfL r water r wtw While our Hospitality shoulilbe bound out food t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jr Â¬ Â¬ Day fireman was fa- tally injured Tho others injured are Charles Holland mail clerk Toledo scalp wound F J Provost mail clerk Toledo f slightly cut and bruised J W Kreamer mail clerk Disko Ind badly Bcratchedvy on legs nnd body Tho wreck was planned by whoover conceived tho plot to lay nt tho west end of a long siding just beyond Maumee station The road at the lower target switch had been removed and tho switch was partly thrown Tho target indicated a clear track and engineer Smith was probably not nwaro of tho situation many peconds boforo his motor was bumping along tho tics As soon as tho train struck tho switch it leaped into tho air fell toward the ditch and turned com pletoly over The trucks of tho mail cars followed tho engine but tho cars them Â¬ selves went in an opposite direction Under them wero found tho dead body of engineer Smith and fireman Day the latter Buffering from a fracturo of the skull which mny prove fatal At the timo of tho accident tho train was running at tho regular speed and it is considered a miraclo that more lives were not lost Tho postal cars wero torn entirely from the trucks and wero lying side by side Besides the slightly in- j u red there woro in the cars S J Mc-Corkle Kokomo Ind 13 S Coffin and J Dalton of Toledo Ohio Tho oxprosS and baggago cars wero literally reduced -to splinters yet tho occupants escaped unhurt- Thero woro bovoral passengers in tho combination snloker which was wrecked boyond recognition yet not a scratch could bo shown by any of them The pnsscngors in tho Pullmans were only mado awaro of tho accident by the sevcro jolting which thoy experienced i Tho wrecking trains from Toledo and Fort Wayno were immediately sent to tho scene and tho main track was soon cleared for travel Tho dead engineer and dying fireman woro both now men oh V tho line nnd aro believed to have come to the Wabash road from tho Lehigh da ring the recent American Itailway Uiij6n v w AhV jrstriko - killed mid A i jn mmi engineer of Toledo vas - II VM l f M ff - A Ijftij ijc Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Qfij -- Vl Â¬ M L eiJ V - V jy vei u iA V- - - iV 4V v v i t i -- 2fMt 3a A V V - - J 2ft ty BBiSS q x J WPWrarlr N r Jjjigp v -- - yn trUj rii i m fJagJSjgayajffiaMHfT7 V---i V v - nl 4tr l f j Tl m VXBSl SCBKBUftJW mmojrk ooohhl r r s i Editor SCIENTIFIC fir r SCRAPS lxty Tbr British Isles lmvo au avorago of Gbe EKi m 1 SfjK t 7 omit J J - if 1 mm VSf TO THE SEA Alyrttlo Itltcn of luriliuu In rropltliitlon t the Irnit Spirit r tho Water To tho adventurous globe trotter who has climbed tho rock path to the sailors church of Notre Dame do la Garde dominating the Phonician port of Marseilles tho potent influence of sacrifices and offerings for perils passed and to come must be no old I lorrold Kelley story says Lieut COMMERCIAL AND MINERAL in describing Tho Superstitions of the Sea in tho Century Tun United Staten can turn out 110 There is a pathos oven for the world Â¬ 000000 pounds of copper yearly ly in tho quaint ships and galleons in Raising peppermint is the lending tho rusting innrlinpikos and shattered industry of Wnyno county N Y tiller heads swinging to tho inistril The United States sent 27 iaoOOf iu roverontial offering before the pounds of cotton to Switzerland ir shrines Those graces aftor danger 180 these insurances against evil to come A Swkdisii copper mlno has beer circle the world No people lmvo at worked without interruption for 80 caped tho influence of such hopes and years thanks Our Indians were fettered by It Is proposed to erect a 1000000 thorn and no ceremonious offerings plant for smelting and reducing ores wore more common than those which at Perth Amboy N J wont to appcaso the angrvSnirit of A plant is being installed at Niagara Waters un tno upper tributaries of which will fumiflh a 200000 horso the Mississippi tho Indians with oc Â¬ powor of olootriu current cult rites gavo tribute of tobacco from A wunflKT of tin weighing 5100 a beetling cliff to the Great Spirit of pounds hnr been found in Tasmania tho Hivcr and to the winds thnt smote The assay of a hinall piece shows 07 the watera with blasts from the cav Â¬ erns of the jealous gods Algonquius nor cent of metallic tin In the north Aztecs sons of Atahualpa PEOPLE WHO WRITE and Marco Capac In tho south all Incense out of their pipes and Hoheut Kuchanax thu author and blow strewed upon tho currents and tide Â¬ playwright became bankrupt by bet- - ways just such offerings of tobacco as tlhg on tho races in our more subjective days wo give HunYAnn KuTrxa is not of pure Cau Â¬ with lost meanings to the minor gods casian extraction uno of his parents who rule the mans hour In our feasts was an Eurasian or hnlf casto ZVlrsa Katukihnk LvunKitnATK wrote A DOLLAR IN THE WALLET to Marion Crawford for his autograph ho aont 4t and then asked his eorre- - It Is nn Inlluotiru Thnt IoiuIn it Churin to 11 re fmondont for tho use of her name for a Tho stars they shine soronor and work of fiction and so tho novel was with greater luminosity when a follow christened isnt straggling with his impecuniosity Mns Tames G TUane la working The lofty sky is bluor and the meadow steadily upon tho life of her husband grass is greonor and the ills of life aro Tho family have all been doing literary fower and our life itself serener and work Mrs Dlaino is to do more than we feel a glorious courage and tho collect the material for Gail Hamilton fates cannot appall it when wo feel to write She iu a literary woman her- - the solid backing of a dollar in our self and tho two will collaborate Tho wallet son and tho daughter holp to got up Oh the quiet air of twilight is moro the material brightly luniiniforous and tho incense FACTS FLAVORED WITH FIGURES from tho flowers Is moro aweet and odoriferous and tho rephyrs bliw TmeriB aro 80000000 of Mohamme- Â¬ moro sweetly and our food is moro nutritious and woro conscious more dans under llritish rule TiiEitE are moro than 210000 miles of completely that our breakfast Is de- Â¬ holograph linos In this country licious and wo feci that lifes no fizzle Ix England freo disponsarics dis as tho pessimists miscall it when wo triuuto 11000000 worth of modloino a havo tho satisfaction of n dollar In our SACRIFICES 1 oitoufi jjlnsn which permits ventila- Â¬ tion and oxclutlcH draughts la used In somo of the Parisian dwellings Tub average speed of the transmis- Â¬ sion of oarthquako Bhoelcs Is nearly sixteen thousand feet per second IUOF Masso the Italian scientist Is authority for the statemont that eels blood is as poisonous as vipors venom It Is nsscrted that in nlnety nhio cases out of one hundred the left side of the human face is the more perfect in outline Aw known chemical olemonts are represented in sea water They are not always capable of being detected by chemical analysis Tjik oucj hundred and thirty two thousand citfht hundred and ilfty six craters which havo been discovered on the moon arc supposed to have been caused by a bombardment of aerolites WICKED WITS CbQUETTKB are the quacks of love La Itouchofoucauld One of the sweotest pleasures of woman is to eauae repfret Javarnl Ooi croated the coquette as soon as lie had mado the fool Victor Jingo The more idle a womans hand the more occupied her hourt S Dubuy Even if women wero Immortal they coxild never foresee their last lover Iiumennais The heart of a coquotte is like a rose of which the lovers pluck the leaves leaving only the thorns for the husband Anon We censure the inconstancy of women when we are the victims we find it charming when wo are the ob jouis h Deanoyers The man who has taken one wife de Â¬ serves a crown of patience the man who has taken two deserves two crowns of folly Anon f jftleB u year society h being formed at Baku tho NUMBER NlHEm MYTHOLOGY members of wljlcb aro bound under a trmim tvroTrMr Ibk tif Hity nf penalty of a lino never tp bhalcc bauds Whl Three Tlnx Thrcb with any ono unless with a gloved hand It is not often that ft singlo figure as tho practice Is contrary to health has enjoyed tho distinction of Iwlng While in Chicngo Mr Clias L Kahler theaubjectof long sttidynnd invcMl gatlon on tho part of a Gorman unlver a prominent shoo merchant of Dea JJut Tho Number Moines Iowa had quito a serious time hUy professor of a long and learned of it He tool such a severe cold that Nine is tho title article in a reeont edition of Am IV lie could hardly talk or navigate but the by Prof Itclnhold at present prompt use of Chamberlains Cough quoll In Remedy cured him of his cold eo quickly rector of tho Univerolty of Ucrliu earl j times write the professor the that others at tho hotel who had oad first uneven number 3 and it mul- Â¬ colds followed his example and half a tiple 0 worn considered of otpecial dozen persons ordered it from the nearlikewise all numbers est drug store They wero profuRP in importance which contained 0 Heathen philoso their thanks to Mr Kahler for telling phers or Christian mystic writers the them how to cure a bad cold so quickly legends of nations the religions of For salo by J M Koo modern peoples all go to prove tho A farmer at Waycross Oa a few lavs holiness or sanctity of the number 0 since got mad because his fodder fell In ancient Germanic life in poetry In after stacking it two or three times sot religion and law tho number 0 is met it on fire and burned the whole business ovcrvwhore It still has its Influence in German customs and German belief Ilit Out In In At Ton SucoiiiIh In the Scandinavian mythology wo find Our citizens to the number of two or groups of nine walkyries nino discs three hundred gathered on the burnt nine giant mermaids or women of the district here on last Monday afternoon sen nino mothers of the god Ilelmdcll at two oclock to witness the exhibition nino virgins of the Menglod Kroyjaand made by the Cincinnati Tin and Japan A 1 -- IW r4 Â¬ fw fQi iWpP its ambition How thorough kr ir WWi fil f M jf w AT THb v Mr MV JMk I 1WM UP -- MH - And Slill Climbing M Tvcr contcnt t0 koeK com pauy witb tho slow pacc set by its connlvy cousins thoiujh nlwnys in sympathy with Ji P W Jh m Â¬ THE HERALD put its marie at the topmost pinnacle of country journal- and week after week has labored to reach the goal of Â¬ M 1 l nine dwarfs In tho middle ages nine heroes wero usually grouped together ns is to be seen on the beautiful foun- Â¬ tain at Nuremburg and the limine union of tho Cologne city hall In the poohy of the fifteenth century groups of nine aro favored Proofs of this uro to be found in the festival plnyr Non 38 and 17 of tho Keller collection and In the poem The Nine Poor WVuider ers of Hans Sachs There were riru judges in Icelandic and Germanic law known as tho nines In Lucerne there existed until 1705 the nine men who sat in judgment on ordinary police cases Nino children wero formerly looked on as the ideal number for a family 12vcn animals aic named in old tales In groups of nine In a German fairy tale nine bird j quarrel over the vishitijif clock Thoy say in Tysol When nine parenta meet there is a witch among them Wo also find nine a favoreu number for those people who make a sacrifice of human beings and animals given under the perianal supervision of Air Herman 15 Wells president of the company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local agent of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every respect clearly demonstrating the Stein pie ExtingaiHher to bo one of the best methods yet devised or invented for tlio controlling of lire A structure of pine boards was built and after being thoroughly saturated with coal oil a match was applied The extinguisher was then turned on and the fire put out in about ten seconds All who witnessed the tost wero thoroughly satisfied that the Stomple will do all and moro than is claimed for it The head quarters of the company are S E Cor Sycamore and Caniil Sts Cincinnati Winchester Ohio Herald SiKNCKit Coopek Hazel Green Ky Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties Â¬ Fire Kxtinguisher Co The test was Xmi lS for the iw colintry and the warm w7x In el m ly it has accomplished that task is told in tho hundreds of tributes paid it by the press 0f ffgtY00 A Florida jury recently escaped from the jury room by night and serenaded tho judge tho lawyers the plaintiff and defendant before they were recaptured Irving W Larimorc physical director of Y M C A Des Moinc i Iowa says he can conscientiously recommend Chamberlains Pain Halm to athletesgymmists bicyclists foot ball players and the pro fession in general for bruises sprains and dislocations also for soreness and still ness of tho muscles When applied before the parts become swollen it will eflect a cure in one half the time usually required For sale by J M Rose Â¬ Â¬ hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The English damsel in Devonshire the New England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creolc of Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who con the contents of its pages week after week STor the same song of love is this all A French humor- at- Â¬ fJ I Â¬ THROUGH THE sing HERALDS ADVERTISING COLUMNS The twinkling of the stars forebodes bad weather because it shows that there are aerial currents of different temper turc thus probably indicating atmospheric disturbances ist traveling pages in America Â¬ tracted by a perusal of its draws a pen picture of ItirKKf You can relieve that headache you have by buying a box of Megrimine at The Heuam office It will only cost f0 cents and is sold on a positive guarÂ¬ a its multi merits in his own language and thus it reaches antee It is reported that an old chest full of every home in the vine clad Tarautino coins in gold has been unearthed at Montevcde France The coins So popular arc 2000 years old and aro ascribed to hills of France Hannibal was the story Jonathan and Do you have headache dizziness drowsiness loss of appetite and other symtoms that it was of biliousness Hoods Sarsaparilla will His Continent euro you translated into every tongue Fanny Davenport is a believer in the horseshoe superstition and alvavs car- spoken by man Hence from ries with her a sho found on MtTatlac California She has worn lor fifteen hemisphere to hemisphere and years a silver scarfpin in tho shape of a horseshoe rom pole to pole CTrT f r Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ I AH TTWSar THE HERALD Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and iatal diseases result from V 4lflnrl 1llrw4 r nnrvlAnt orl i uiinn ma iiwtivuiuj Dont play with Natures f greatest gift health out of sorts weak and generally ex- Â¬ hausted nervous nave no appetite mid cant work begin at once taking the most reliable strengthening meciicinewiiicn is Browns Iron Bit ters A few bot ties cure benefit comes from the very first dose it tvoitt jtain your Utth and pleasant to take Â¬ Â¬ of Hazel Green is a household word Thus it is also a necessity to the wide awake business man and all who desire Â¬ Â¬ A - JJrV VA W All our woes aro less appalling and SiUN sponda 5100000000 to maintain army and 81800000 to educate its our joys aro less ambiguous and all i its lifes happy meadows are so lush like ehildrcn and irrlguous glass V Wkitees on vital statistics state that phospha tastesfor asweet of pure cold as of there are two persons slclc for overy Giload and brown bread as balm amIs liko death during tho year tho Iliad It has beon calculated that there aro brosia Homer tells of ain poom mauger lifes circulating and wo feel that call and wo feol su at least 20000 proverbs it what tho cynics among EurQpean natives alono premely blessed with a dollar In our Ok T000 men who marry 332 marry wallot younger women r70 marry womon of -- yeu wallet uyouareieeiing on and toll of other Qualities msm fHRALall tickle trade that they may fill their coffers with cash have their advertisements displayed in its columns from timo to time Wo might go Tl NtW3 pAPtR DiREcI6Rits illHAT TfitRE ARE OVER to Â¬ srV 2100 Â¬ it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ bids Suffice to say it is to nowspapordom what Domino is to the turf world Kino Â¬ its V tn tlta Mine age and 80 marry oldor worn Mfrtm that aro supposed to represent t to Mexican calendar or division of tina It weigh aliout twenty four ten and iia age k conjee turad tp be iHod anterior to t ooDciderabl tLrua ikai norblaaiM L diaaapolla Journal 4immi Aminkiii tt it tt Watch Thia qurious basaltio stono now in Um atbudral of Mexico is out into MtmtOBHRiaA SI tho Plunkvlllo Iluglo whllo playing ball on tho commons tho other day tho ball hit him In tho car causing great fun for tho boys Wo understand that SI is going to town tooxt Saturday to seo an M I and havo tho ball extracted from his oar as tho owner threatens to havo him brought before the squlro In if his property is not returned From AYeathorwnx It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria Kidney and Liver Troubles Dad Blood Bee of its class A few more subscriptions will be taken at 1 a year and a limited numbor of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates Womens complaints Nervous ailments - Get only the genuine it has crossed red Hnes oh the wrapper AU others are sub- stltutes On receipt of two ac stamps ve will send set of Ten Beautiful WeMa Views and book free v Flr 1ROYYN Drop in and Hubeoribi tfjit j t i fir V Tv H r v j w J h SHSiwvvvvvv CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO SPENOEE COOPER Hazol Grreon Ky iv V - lt 4i -- iu K sie - 4 M k Q di it v urns syr VJ I rj t iVHrvfP w- BMH wmamimE MaMtmMMiHULjMi iw 11 - - jwi wb -- WffSP 4 k t DAVID B HILL FOR GOVERNOR 3 - -- ft YlYllltt f 111 PJ H SBBBBBBMBBBaSBBBBBSSBBSSSSfa JO iT W T w Tho Now York ptmiocrncy wnnt lllm for Governor Ojioo tfnro Tho nomination of Senator D B Hill for Governor of Now York by tho Domo crnta of that Stuto was no surprise hut that ho should bo induced to accept tho nomination astonished every one No ouo dreamed that Senator Hill would ac Â¬ cept it Secretary Herbert when informed of the conventions choice throw himself back in his chair nnd after silently thinking over tho rowa said slowly but emphatically It ia a strong ticket and seems adapted to sink tho sectional dif- Â¬ ferences that have vexed the Democratic party in New York I think it would win f Assistant Secretary of the Navy Mc Adoo of New Jersey an ox member of Congress said With united action in New York that ticket ought to bo elected Tho ticket ia well balanced geographi Â¬ cally nnd otherwise Representative Tarnsey of Missouri Mr Hills nomination is an ex- Â¬ said ceptionally strong one Mr Hill is a man of rare political sagacity He would not take a nomination if he were to be His willingness to accept the sacrificed leadership of the New York Democracy this year is in my opinion the most convincing proof yotadvancud that the Dem- Â¬ ocrats will carry the State His election will mako him a big factor in the next presidential fight The intimato friends of Mr Whitney knew that he would not under any circumstances accept and tho talk of Senator Hill was regarded as idle Ilia ac ceptance proves him to be entirely unselfish and a patriotic Democrat who is willing to mako a great sacrifice to lead what now appears to be a forlorn hope for his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CU1AANP THE TARIFF Simla Want to Uontlnua Reciprocal Trnrio With tho Unlttjd Santos Senor Muruagn tho Spanish Minister nuthorizeatho following statemont as to tho recent cablo reports that Spain had instructed her to open negotiation for a now commercial arrangement or treaty Sinco tho reciprocity arrangemeuta n brisk trade has boon carried on between tho United States and Cuba and Porto llico composed principally of farm pro ducts which run up into the millions say an averago of 2J000000 yearly for American ports It is as much in tho interest of tho United States as of Spain that tho exchange of mutual commodi- Â¬ ties should not collapse Tho American sugar producers do not raise tho tenth part of tho homo con Â¬ sumption and struggle besides under disadvantage of climate soil and pricojof labor Americans therefore need our suar and their refining industries are largely benefited by it as well as the farming products which find a ready market for their surplus in Cuba and Porto Rico Everything points therefore to the necessity of a fair and equitable understanding even if it should not as sume the formalities of a treaty Senor Muruaga would not dicuss the negotiations further It is understood however that considerable has already been dono toward effecting a tariff ar Â¬ rangement between the two countries Spain has already freed from duty all goods which left this country prior to August 25th last the date the new tarifl act took effect Secretary Carlisle has Â¬ Â¬ tjllM Row Gebrgo O Barju a has Wen preach Â¬ ing to largo audiences in tho court house every oveniug this week and also last Sunday morning Ho urrived Saturday night accompanied by his wife nud daughter Miss Marie They uro tho guests of Mrs J E Patrick Mr Barnes visited Jnckson iu 1879 when ho was on his tour of tho mountains which gave him tho sobriquet of the Mountain Evangelist by which ho is known all around tho globe Ho referred Sunday to his visit here and declared that his recollections of Its incidents wero among tho most pleasant of his life nud that ho had referred to that visit nnd tho things that occurred wherever ho had gone He is now 08 years old hut seems to feel none of tho infirmities of age His au Â¬ diences listen with wrapt attention Ho and his daughter do all tho singing tho little organ still furnishing tho ac companiment Miss Marios voice re tains all of its sweetness and with her clear articulation added makes most delightful music They have a great many friends in this county who aro Jackson Hustler enjoying tho reunion Â¬ Â¬ lt MMt BLACKSMITH WW WfVC WAGON rqgs MAKER Mwe Miin- im AND Haze Green Kv lk VM- 4 V UMUttM fi 2 rt MiR ftmn nrt mniim o d m Law of Gravitation From Maj Gen BURNS Alderman-at-larg- Dr and e New York City Fonncr Prodonlu N Y Dcai Sir While in tho Army 1 contracted M SI Â¬ Â¬ u 4 Many will say that ho has ac- Â¬ cepted with a view of running for President in 18HG Tho Democrats of the West and South are now nearly of ono mind on the tariff and financial ques tions which aro in direct conflict with the Eastern idea Of course if Mr Hill should carry Now York this year with the tide deep swift and strong against tho Democratic party he would prove that he is perhaps the only man who could carry New York two years hence and as a last desperate and only resort might be nominated party Â¬ Â¬ j There is no doubt that Senator Hill more than any other Democrat can get out the vote of all true and loyal Democrats in Now York State He is strong with the boys in the trenches and the old mos ibacks in tho fields Tammany Hall will make the fight of its life for Hill Boss Piatt will not be able to steer ono of tho tiger boys for Morton and the Kings county Democrats will dio in the last ditch for tho New York Senator to say nothing of the Old Guard all over tho State That he will be bitterly fought by tho mugwump press and some of Mr Clevelands friends there is no doubt but with all this there is one thing sure and that is that if a Democrat like David B Hill cannot bo elected Governor of New York next November there is not a Democrat in tho State who could He has got the fighters in the Stato on his side and they will fight for him with an energy and enthusiasm only seen in a political contest when a parly knows that tho odds aro agaiust it but that victory under the circumstances would be a glorious triumph Â¬ various dprnnRCinoiits incident thereto Tlioy followed mu und rendered life ml ernblo until your Illood declined a like concession toward Cuban dy and Korvo Tonic llnally atd Liver Hemo eradicated them usual health sugar and other products shipped prior and restored mo to myyour uetncciy lean ULurtuy recommend Yours truly M W BURNS to August 27th but landing in this country after that date holding that tho law would not permit it This has created Kidney and Baclcaohe Gum quite an agitation in Cuba and largo 1 commercial meetings have been held What form the new commercial arA rangement or treaty proposed between Cures all diseases of the kldneysbladder tlie two countries will take is not deter- urinary passages Female Weaknesses mined as there appears to be some doubt Bed Wetting in children Dropsy Heart Disease Rheumatism Skin and Blood whether tho new tarifl law permits of Diseases Swelled Limbs Brights Dis any special arrangement It is said by ease impotency etc Sample free persons interested in tho matter however Satisfaction guaranteed Dr rentiers Peliots that an executivo recommendation to Constipation otc Tho euro Sick Headaches best Family Physic bring about a special en- Â¬ Congrermight Dr Fanners German Eye Salve cures actment by which the forty cent ad va- Soro Eyes Cracked LlpsPllesSkln Eruptions lorem rate on siujar might bo reduced to Dr Fanners Cough Honey 20 per cent or some like reasonable fig- Â¬ Rollovcs any cough asthma etc in an hour A ure so far as Cuba is concerned and as InDr Fenncrs Golden Reliefburns specificÂ¬ auy inflammation Rollovcs tootha compensation for Spains admitting to ache neuralgia rheumntism or any pain in 1 toltt minutes Cures colic dvspcpsladyscn Cuba tho butter eggs and other agricul- taryand flux also bronchitis aud consump Â¬ The tion Ono doso cures LaQrlppo tural products of this county For sale John SI Itose and Mrs Lou Spanish authorities feel hopeful of ac- Â¬ Day Hazel by Green Ky complishing something in the line of re- Â¬ ciprocal trade relations tho Â¬ MALARIAL FEVER m l hi i WITMMsJpajftxjABJJgSwJ Sli3aSi t ViU f jri wfV lt35Wp55ieCVa DR FENNERS THIS IS THE KIND OP WAGON CALL AND GET PBIOES I BUILD Â¬ Great Renal Depurant UU B Â¬ Â¬ nil the fashionable fabrics and Iaris patterns nnd prints besides an endless variety ot iNotioiis including all ol the latest styles in Lases lubuons ceo a Ho also carries a large line of cheap medium nud high grade wliich lie is selling ur lower prices than anybody Purchase- of him and sayo money - TSIfflmamMmm I imialjiai i OAMPTON KENTUCKY NVITES tho Ladies of Wolfe and the surrounding country to call nnd sco the t M- handsome line of SUMMER DRESS GOODS lie lias just received including J SSi j rnfimTH ttt ayarr Wtttt iiiiffl isRr T t DEALER IN X fofrfrO4WWWWWC0WOW i n4 Â¬ a m m ulna jU4 I I U i H i i i II I I 1 1 in 1 4ajiisa tMAHaiijaBaAV- WHEN a YOU WANT A WATCH FLOORED IN Crooriou THE SECOND ROUND II n DEALERS IN A Hun Down Hy IIitycn Chief of tho Secret Servico Ilazen has run down the maker of tho now and dangerous twenty dollar Manning counterfeit by causing tho arrest of A H Hafloy alias H Waterman at Ashley Illinois who admitted his guilt With him was captured tho plates press paper acids inks silk and all the outfit of the counterfeiters kit The Secret Service force had followed Hafley to Buffalo N Y from which point however he oluded tho vigilance of the officers Ho was closely covered and his arrest at his homo is the sequel Tho Socrot Servico officers have also arrested at Jonesboro Ark tho notorious brothors J 0 and H S Wilson who wero circulating tho queer mado by Haf- Â¬ loy t Tho arrest thus mado is ono of groat importance as tho note counterfeited was quite dangerous and exceedingly woll executed and was a now counter- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ feit Every mother should know that croup can bo prevented Tho first symptom of true croup is hoarseness This is fol- Â¬ 4- OATATOOUE8 lowed by a peculiar cough If Cham fAMytiHKtatCRnb0 MINUTKS IKTTKK IIKADS fjfotteR wp with type borlains Cough Remedy is given freoly KNVKLOIMW takRHdiRitreaUHt aa soon as tho child becomes hoarse or eysn after the cough has developed it THE HERALD OFFICE will prevent the attack 25 and 50 cent challenge to James J Corbett The ap Â¬ XA2XL QK1WX KY plause that followed wae iiawene bottles for sale by John M Row -- FitzMinmons Dan Creedon of St Louis was knocked out in two rounds at New Orleans on tho evening of the 26th by Robert Fitzim mons of Newark N J The fight was hot while it lasted but Fitzsimmons landed in succession a number of heavy blows on Creedons jaw The fight was for a purse of 5000 Five thousand people saw tho fight Creedon was the first to entor tho ring closely followed by Fitzsimmons Creedons weight was 158 pounds and Fitzsimmons 1553 The seconds for Creedon were Thomas Tracy Mick Dunn Tommy White and Charley Daly For Fitzsimmons Jack Dempscy James Dwyer Kid McCoy and Sam H Stern After tho usual instructions tho men advanced to tho center of tho ring and tho fight was on Tho work of Fitzsimmons in tho second round was tho most marvelous ever seen in this section of the country The threo right handers which Creedon received on the head in ono two threeordor amazed tho spectators and dazed the recipient but they wero nothing compared with tho three heavy lefts ddlivcrcu in order on Creedons nose which floored tho latest aspirant for middle weight honors and caused Creedon to fall tho easiest prey of all Fitzsim mons adversaries Tho main fight of tho battle was in tho center of tho ring tho river sand floor of which was plowed up more by tho foot work of tho two men in tho actual fight ing time which was four minutes and forty seconds than it was ever before oven all night battles Creedon was car ried to his corner Rasping hard for breath and showing traces of blood trickling from his nose He was comparatively unhurt during tho first round nnd wont to his corner smiling happily and chat- Â¬ ting with his attendants Tho inference thon is that ho was beaten in ono minuto and forty seconds tho timoof tho second round His seconds and his backers wero startled beyond mcaauro and overy one was awed at Fitzsimmons skill Refbreo Duffy announced Fitzsimmons Â¬ Â¬ lrovos lliuiKulf No Match for illl 4 Or any tiling in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it Iwillfur nish you goods worth tho money und YOU Will llftVO OUAIlANTKE WW AOOp nt homo whoro you can use it Rospoctfully WTCh T P sTiADR wr----- v f r TIIB JEWELEEEZEL lorgnn County Kyv IHT J VV SEITZ WITH r CO PUREST 1 VAND BEST THE-PRICE- i7T LESS THAN HALF OFOTHtR BRANDS nan AND W M KERR JOUlllIW IN v I m sbbI Hardware Agricultural ImplimenlijCJ JRONT0N O -- v - - Vfl -l- VI H SOLD IN CANS ONLY Live Stock Country f j-f wr I Â¬ Bk w0 H f U kB MHUH Ml B o iL k1f Â¬ Â¬ CAN I ORTAIN A PATKNTf For a prompt answer aud iin uonost opinion wrlto to UNf fc CO who Iwvo liml nearlrtlity years cxpcrlenco In tho patent business Communica- Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Iliiudliooh of In- Â¬ formation ooncarnlns IntentK and how to ob-Â¬ tain thorn sunt free Also a catalogue of mechan- Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Co receive 1atonts taUon tbrouRb Jlunn apodal notloalntheMclentlllc Auioricnii and thus uro brought wldoly before the public with- Â¬ out cost to tho Inrontor This splondtd paper Issued weekly eloaantly Illustrated has by far the larcest circulation of any coiuntlllc work In the a year Sample ooplos sent free world Jlulldlmj Kdltlon monthly flM a yoar Hlngle y a cents Krery number contains beau- Â¬ conies tiful plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the latest dealims and secure contracts Address MUNN CO NKW YOUK FIFTY CENTS rofi a tbiau months TO THC vim JJ 1 IM sf 1 TMMtkM ysiirni -- Produce gF DONT FORGET THE PLACE No 1 Louisville Times THC HIHTMT ANB BCtT PAPKR IN THC MUTH ArttMtH i - 301 BROADWAY Latest Market Quotation Latest State News All the Local News URGEST CIRCDLATIOM - mm OB I Complete Free SapsitsY M TKX FOR CuitoM Home Blook aeess and ovkb nMr Wl jutgBBHBu Mi HAZEL GREEN KY JNO A SbTsbI HALbtMlt v iWBbWBHI yH LO iVM4mitWNTU0CV t F MGbIbTCBsskbbbbbbbbbbbVJbT sBassssB iSbbbbbbI fl Ii C5 vW i iif - fv f rr i iV iiVTMMtiWnnTlflMBBsssssssssssasfflBsMB F - fwly ffmw titSZi 1 u UV - - r v xKii mw nBBriii Wammp nw imr-- wlfJ7 rrjlJiUMi-l-lnt jMMtTrTCn ltureJiiT JjL V J V- U - Ti l t t WUIUMIHIII il s Swiff KW- - kv m W2E3B 33SSEmfctXt3P IPBHOSft OOOPKJt Mfc Kilter Tfeert to j6w every reaeou to believe the Dtraoerate will win h CotignSssinan in the Eleventh Kentucky District Tiio Republicans are in eucli a Hquabblo in atronghotd that any tliHt Democrat with sprinting qualities can easily win bluck-antl-tan Satno vs Dr A Conglcton diaturbing religious worship 20 Same vs Hciihcn Ruokcr and Nelson Jack son horse stealing two years and six month In Â¬ h Same vs C M Terrell shooting on high way 50 Same vs Itichurd Hollon malicious as- penitentiary cent vs Â¬ Â¬ sault 1 ft guilty 8amc Howard Fulks forgery not COU11T KOTKS BY P v hung jury Same vs Green llrewcr house breaking Same vs Clinton vV Â¬ Â¬ f tf- SiW- J- Thursday October HAZEL GREEN KY 4 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKET A i M A su ti fr W ko vSnuV if Ut iVT TieMrt For CongrcsaShort Term- - Hon W M BECKftiER Of Clark County For Congress Long Term 1 Hon JO KENDALL iViH tevHt m - Of Floyd Cqunty For County County Ticket IiKlgo GT CENTER aiv T - For County Attornoy A H STAMrER County Cleric For i UKJIjUVIX ror 8herlff A R ft T COMIJS K I to tho ollicer Anne l Motley vs James Motley demurrer to petition sustained with loavo to amend and continued G IS itose vs Ida Swaugo demurrer to petition overFor Jailor ruled answer and reply filed nud motion to JOHN R HOHBS dissolve injunction dismissed J T Duy vs For Coroner dlr HPt J Creech adinr of Win Parmer deed peJAMES PELFttY tition of J N Vaughn and others to be made party and to set aside mortgage o lie red and V Wo may bo u littlo pruiunturo hut rejected attachment sustained and judgment of cthon it is in us and must come out Who and order of sale T attached property It I Timmius vs Center Commissioners is to bo our next representative at Frank report filed anil pluiutififilcd exception and S474 is Wolfe countys time to fur- submitted on same and continued Wm fort It nish the niun according to previous Clark vs G W Fnlks Commissioners deed Wo all know our repre-Mi-- - made Sophnuiu Shoekoy vs II C Shockoy arrangement sentativo should bo an intelligent man attachment discharged answer amended ono who is posted on tho needs of t tho petition and amended answer filed and new V order of attachment issued against it poupio 01 ilia uisinet u mail wmi ih in ant and an allowance to pluintUlof defend for touch with the fanners and would dVv1 support and to enable her to prepare her Wo suit James II Stamper jr vs W to tho iuterest of tho musses Miller t ut l do not proposo to oo utctaturini to our II II Vausaut files petition to be made Wolfo county people but simply suggest party and transferred to equity and consoli II Vansant vs the suit that wo do not helievo tliey havo a more dated withStamper It of HVansant vs Van II filtiiig man for the nlaco than Sjiuncor Vausaut A and receiver sant A Stamper Cooper editor of tho Giuin appointed to takeanswer filedand sell some eliarce of is derived from lumber attached and continued Shelby His support HintALD tho farmers of the county and what is Wilson vs Harrison Wilson Commissioners to tho intorest of tho fanner is beneficial report of partition tiled and continued and to his avocation We havo not sounded decree ordered Tyler Cootner vs Martha t Bro Cooper on the subject do not Cootuer answer filed and an allowance to 50 and orders of attachment know whether ho would aoceot tho place defendant of property of plaintilland con issued against or not but beliovo ho would bo a good tinned L It Pock Ac vs J II Stamper mm fof AorKu n1d Wolfe counties to Ac atlidavit of defendants filed and enutiit lilT8QIIU 10 100 noxt juigiauiiuru tied J T Day vs J M Ivasli on note judg ment W I Trimble vs II II Swango Ac VY The above very handsome compliment answer of guardian ad litem filed and judg l1 appeared in tho Moriran County Messon- - ment Momiell Gosling Ac vs G T Center l judgment F G Ringgold Ac vs L Morris gor of last week and it came like n thun- - Ac answer filed and continued Spragins der clap from a clear sky Nevertheless llnek A Co vs C B Allen A Co dismissed settled Ii 11 Wolf Ac vs Patrick Pugh we feol vory gratei ill to our contemporary Ac judgment Winchester Dank vs G T rVv fifwl iiifinv lnufUnir nition of Toriran Center and others dismissed settled Win Aimer vs J K MoCutin Ac judgment county who wo understand ondorso tho Lou Miller Ao vb A T Comlts Ac judg ment W W Maker vs W J Hose Butasmnnoof our friends and counter claim filed and continuedanswf r suggestion J X in this County aspiro to the honor wo Vaughn vs G V Williams judgment and 11 C laud A M Niekcil order of sale can uot seo our way clear to mako tho Shookey Acof dismissed settled J vsT Duy raco Should tho nomination como to vs Hubert M Hose surrejoinder tiled leave fry given to both parties to retake all their depr us however with tho unqualified sup ositions and continued James W Koso vs W S answer filed and to port of our own county and backed by reply ltoie continued Mattlo time given T and Cox vs J i of rorgan wo Day leave given to plaintiff to retake the tho sterling Domocracy Mrs Cynthia could not and would not refuse and in deposition of IIollou vs J IiLewis and con tinued AJ Williams moj AAt Arnlanttnn ivrt ulimtlil tin itvnrviliiiirr tion to quash depositions overruled leave iTIFTilP given plututidto retake depositions of J L poaiiblo for tltf intorosts of the Ninety Tot rill antlTiinnthv Graham and continued fcKf r V flwb District Wo aro open to conviction J M Combs mlmr vs J li Combs heirs cross action of heirs vs Win M Combs WMtii veml should liko to hear from tho good herein dismissed settled Harry Humes vs l Democrats of both counties boforo mak- - G T Center Judgment T Johnson vs G Evans dismissed settled C C Hanks com Koso vs W J Hose judg mittoe for E of iMby their action wo will abido with our whole ment and order of saleAc laud T F Stain judgment Wm per vs T K Tutt r Fence vs Hiram Lookhurt Ac Commis J sioners given till next torm oi court to tile vszzis Yfvl anticipated ex Alderman Urueo report J Creech adtnr of Wm Parmer ffli ta vf t t deod vs Nancy A Farmer Ac Commis Boachamps Con sioner given further time to report 1 F fV j mailed ua a copy of if- Our Circuit Court adjourned Friday at north after two wcoks linrd work for Judyu attorneys and juries There were fiftj four Indictment returned by the Grand Jury There vnn one Inrge land suit between foe kiel Qulsenberry Ac v D W Mieimult o tried consuming five days which resulted in a verdict for the plnlntillH It iviih a controversy about the ownership of about 1700 acres of land on mid near tho hcadwii ters of the Graining Klock Fork of the lied Itiver being a jmri of the land covered by tho old Samuel Young patent from the Com monwealth of Virginia and within the Grigshy and Kl kins survey Defendants will take it to the Court of Appeals The following is a synopsis of the proceed ings in most of tho cases on the docket J T Day vs L M Day amended answer filed and continued D W Chcnuult Ac vs W L May Ao consolidated witli the largo suit of Keklel Quisenberry Ac vs I W Chenault Ac and tried with It Jno T Center vs Z T JIurst answer and cross petition filed and continued A T Combs vs W L Hurst Ac Commissioners reort of partition filed and continued and contin ued Laura Tntt vs S M Tutt judgment ngulnst defendant for 00 tax attorney fee and costs of suit and filed away the parties having become reconciled KTMartin Ac vs 0 Ji Martin answer filed and time given to reply Simon Spencer vs 0 W Drake Hpeneer filed reply to answer and petition John otT C JohiiMon and continued T son vs George ilatton answer and reply filed and continued rJishn hiunbeis vs Hiram Swuno answer filed and order of survcyj Joliu D IIollou vs yam Uusoll an swer bled and order of survey J C Wil liams vh G W Drake submitted Louisville Tin A Stove Company vs L Morris Ac answer filed and continued Isaac Weiler vs AC Kastin acreed judgment Greene Iiuf faker A Co vs U T Center and D 1J Hose on note judgment Uussell A Co vs il M Cecil judgment D II Carpenter Ac vs G T Center judiuent WT Ierkius vs D D Luudsaw 7 T JlurstaudS II Hurst judgment U D Koso vs G W Haulsoy Ac order correcting judgment rendered at lust term ho as to order mules levied on returned -- Â¬ Â¬ Same vs Marion Sparks carrying wea pons 25 and ten days in jail Same vs James Little and Clarence Little horse stealing not guilty as to James Littlo and hung jury as to Clarence Little There was a large portion of tho misde meanor docket and some of the criminal docket continued and a number of acquit tals in misdemeanor cases not mentioned in the foregoing There was also a large number of civil cases continued and in which no steps were taken that arc not mentioned above GfMiorul Kotos Morn to tho wife of J T Center on ting uot guilty Buchanan confedera- nX 4- Â¬ Â¬ t vf- Â¬ Â¬ 27th nit a fine large boy Mrs J N Vaughn has gone to Cincinnati to purchase a stock of goods A number of our teachers in this section have dismissed their schools to give their patrons a chance to pull fodder and make up their cane Joel Chenaultjof Powell county attended the Â¬ our court looking after the Interests of 1 W A E C Chenault In tho Quisenberry Cheuault ease M F Duv of Mt Sterling llodncv Hag gard of Winchester J H White of Irvine M Han W W MeGuire of West Liberty nah of Marlinsburg and Col L M Day and Mr Realty of Ileattyvilie all attorneys ol the highest type were in attendance on our court Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r AsHesaor - Â¬ Judge Taulbeo on the bench No very important business transacted Clarence Lit tle who was h jail in default of bail on nix indictments was brought out and tried He was acquitted on two plead guilty oil two and two were filed away J P Hunks was also tried and acquitted on the charge of adultery Our school at this place which opened up on tho lOt Ii ult with Mrs Sarah G Street as Principal and Miss Mary L Main as as sistant fs progressing nicely They have enrolled about 115 pupils ami are having a regular attendance of about 100 and the people generally are much pleased with the teachers They are both graduates of the best schools in Ohio have had large ex perience in teaching and arc well equipped for their work Avis Â¬ Cmintv Court nniivnnnd Mmiilnv willi When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTH IMG and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every pur chase of 5 or over Â¬ V ii Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ 4Sf - legis-Pl-liu- o A Good Appelllo Always accompanies good health and an absenco of appetite is an indication of something wrong The universal testimony given by those who havo used 1 Toods Sarsaparilla as to its merits in restoring the appetite and as a purifier of tho blood constitutes tho strongest recommendation that can bo urged for any medicine Hoods Fills cure all liver ills billious ness jaundice indigestion sick headache 2f cents Â¬ f ANTSWJOBWLOTWHOUSE EOTWw -- W HOLES ALE OMLY afiaSk Â¬ 137 and 139 Race Street Big Drives ingfeao rffnimiOTTrTCrtfs tss Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Hapi p fllW ft3r p r Â¬ tVs jkt An exchange tells of n horse trader who started into a trading ring with an old plug and barely enough money to pay his toll home Ho continued trading and when night camo ho found that ho had the sumo horse ho started with a 2 year old filly standard and registered a cow and a calf a good team of work mules a sow and eleven pigs together with two yearling steers and UoT in money There is no medicine so often needed in overy home and so admirably adapted to the purposes for which it is intended as Chamberlains Pain Halm Hardly a weok passes but some member of the fam ily has need of it A toothache or head ache may bo cured by it A touch of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted Tho severe pain of a burn or scald promtly roliovedand tho soro healed in much less time than when medicino has to bo sent for Asprain may bo promptly treated before inflammation sets in which insures a cure in about one third of the time otherwise required Cuts and bruises should receive immediate treat ment beforo tho parts become swollen which can only be dono when Pain Balm is kept at band A soro throat may bo cured before it becomes serious A troublesome corn may be removed by applying it twieo a day for a week or A lame back may bo cured and two several days of valuable time saved or a pain in tho side or chest relieved with out paying a doctor hill Procuroa 00 cent bottle at onco and you will nover regret il For sale by John At Rose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ISyym SSend 9 Its -- - f Jb 3 fcssj iA a -- feg O for our Price iMMnmaminniiiiinMiBiiimBCTi Listgf v a ELEOTROP018E ST Â¬ CURES DISEASE I y r IF YOU want to learn r IHWIY and become a competent I - frflfefi fKiri J V X Â¬ The Kleclropoiso gave ino complete relief from excruciating pain in three applica Â¬ tions I also find it good for treating cliil dron for their numerous ailments C T Sodon with Bridgcford it Co Louisville Ky Mr O W Flint of Skylight Ky says I sullered for yeais with my kidneys in llamniation of the bladder and enlargement cf the prostrate gland After a short trial of tho Klcetropolsu 1 am entirely relieved and feel twenty years younger I have derived nioro benefit from tho use of Klectropoiso than from all other remedies combined I think it tho grandest invention of the ago It cannot bo praised too highly Mrs M E Gorman Sadioville TELEGRAPH OPEKATOR srr Writo 4 Â¬ r - t Â¬ CMWoocowS KY X Â¬ KVm r HW t ftftftrtl 4 M Â¬ 5 Â¬ - m x rAwo Â¬ As Othorti Soo Us ed in Leeds S3fh rv v ISr v r ivr r i 1 1 and all who havo not read it illiquid avail of tho opportunity now of X vwn A tnr tn 1fr Hriioo with thirtv- fire oenta enclosed will bring a copy of thU hletortcitl tragedy and you will find it one of tho most aOaorbing Mtorica you ever read Mr Brucoa address is 80 W Second Street toxlngton Ky Send for fition fx1 lt v-- -- - Spencer vs M C Spencer Commissioners deed made and approved G T Center vs A T Combs amended petition filed and con tinued James little vs A a uomos rule against plain till to file an itcmixed account Commonwealth vs Nicholas i MT A Vj- - Vb Mahliiia - The Rcpublioans of Fayotto county will not putout candidates for tho county oijfeee and hope thereby to got tho Breckiwridie wing of the Democratic petty for Jmlge Demiy thoir Congroes- wenpous 3fi lonei tiWHU4te They are making hot Same v James Itussell breach oi peace t flgUe Ml baportepkewi of national 13 JSrtrne vs Chrte lUmscy horse stealing iepototfoe OHmf tte i Qoveraor Bill vrdUH wt itHufy Swmt xt Uktil W1U wdllHg llquer 0 i ing liquor judgment 20 Same vs Ed Suulahury carrying weapons 2d and ten davs in jail Same vs J II Brown selling liquor 20 Same vs Tyler Cooinor ponce warrant bound over In 300 bond Sumo vs Thomas Gilbert Ac disturbing roliglmu worship 2 Same vs E MoEntlrc breach of peace 3 Sumo vs A C Cockerhnm carrying wea pons 25 Suvo vs same breach of peace 15 Sumo vs Dook Spepcor breach of peace 250 Kiiniu vs James Itussoll disturbing relig ious worship 20 Same Vs John Htigtns colored carrying Combs toll- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ip Tho Star of Bethlohem paper publish Â¬ Fugland has tho following editorial comment to mako of the Into strike in Chicago It says A big rev- Â¬ olution is now going oii in tho United Stilted of Amorica and there is littlo doubt that tho government will be deÂ¬ The dictator Debs has boon feated driven from his palace and ho and his ministers are now in hiding in tho moun DU HOIS A WEBB tains Tho grealest trouble is being ex Â¬ 509 Fou rlh Avenue Louisville Ky perienced in tho Capital of Chicago where Grover Cleveland ring loader of DINGFELDER the robels has gained comploto control WITH Tho railroad tracks at that placo have S 1M M boon torn up and thrown into tho Missis sippi river a stream considerably lodger than tho Sovern and tho stock yards whero tho government palaces are situat Â¬ Importers and Jobbers of ed havo been razed to tho ground Tho troublo was started by a man named DRY 600DS AND NOTIONS Pullman who has a stronghold in tho mountains ot Illinois ono of tho most Nw 587 539 and 54- 1considerable- provinces of the country The man Pullmsu manufactures a cattle r tyeat Main Street Â¬ Â¬ Ky John II Davis Esq of Barboursvillo Ky Tho Eleetropoise is tho bestnll round doctor I know of My wife suffered from the effects of lugrippc for several years also a complication of other aliments Now she is entirely well Indigestion bothered me a great deal am now well Ono of my neigh bors is using it for lung trouble and reports improvement As a curative agent tho Eloctropoiso can not be equaled Nearly 1000 have been put out from this oillco in tho last throe months 4MMmmttWmtt f n S a STORE K Opera House Block LEXING TON KY J Â¬ A now and carefully selected Stock of tho vt LATEST STYLES and at prices that defy competition Como and see us Respectfully -Â¬ I jUli m Wtnm J A Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD V nilARLES UHL U WITH n Hi REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Oo M carJ-r-Telegra- ph - - -- Journal - LOUISVILLE KY Dry Goods i PORTSMOUTH O Notions V W kj r- fM- - v- - J v J- - - Cu 1 1 t l Kds BiMav m K C- - s 351 V t J ft i V - T- - rrTL For Sheriff Wo tiro Every man woman and child must have warm clothes and shoe for tho coming winter which tho weather proph Â¬ je2jt3xis inmmmtmmm I jWT TM V V F fuTMKTHIS tV - W - V7- T A - A cj - ni w - 1 4v r Hi authorized to nnuounce 8AM ets say will bo unUaually sovore All Rojzular Mols 25 conta Mould fn ntvW i i HKNItY WILSON ft cnnditlnlo for sheriff l i5reKrwt Ir0IA want and should have good values for 10 a m to 8 p m Sitppor from 5 to 0 of Wolfe contv subject only to the will of Day has a splendid the people ut tins polls in November 1804 their money J T stock of clothing shoes and dress goods PAPER is all homo and says ho mustoxchango them for cash t and H you vant nil Olvo him a prices thintis it contains even at bankrupt articles on molt ot call tho eight pages You will iind all the State op Ohio City of Toledo as Jeff M Rose tho Democratic candidate m n frf local liova that way Lucas County fKUMtftVCMl for Assessor of Wulfe county is hustling flHUn Frank J Cheney makes oath that win his raco in ho Is the senior partner of tho firm of Morn to tho wif of John Mahab Sep Â¬ among hiti constituents to F O November and wo hear tlvit bo is doing J Cheney Co doing business in tho tember 20ih a girl very eileotivo work Tho truth is Jefly City of Toledo County and State aforo O Court Court convened on Monday und has such a good reputation and tho peo VMuK said and that said firm will pay tho sum Tuesday tho Court of Claims was in ses- Â¬ ple know him so well that we can not 1804 95 of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for sion for tho life of us understand how any man each and overy case of Catarrh that can Â¬ JWFIRST TERM BEGINSioNDAY SEPTEMBER 3 Willie Swnngo and Henry Picratt are could try to defeat him Tho man who not be cured by tho uso of Halls Ca Â¬ over in tho far Hide of this county and is trying to defeat him in tho raco for tarrh Cure A complete Fncultv that is in svninathv with tho educational interMta f vrfc is certainly wasting his time for Assessor Eastern Kentucky edge of Leo buying cattle FRANK J CHENEY Jefiis sure to come ahead of him DemStudies in all departments of school work carried on Sworn to before mo and subscribed in Mr and Mrs It D Motley have our OMt HviucnSrh wnu Twitvrv Wwnirn ocrats look to it that your neighbor is mv presence this Gth day of thanks for some extra nice eating apples in lino for Jeff M Rose 7 December A D 18SG Matriculation i 00 J v Hoard among which was a twin applo with two A W GLEASON r win Tuit 10 00 Jim Amyx who was reported as missing stems Notarv Public Washing i 00 HmtAii through tho columns of is Halls jjo iuusif jiur lesson J T Day of this place loft Inst week some time in July died atThe Worth and acts Catarrh Cure thotaken internally blood and mo directly on Fort One half payable in advance where ho is largely inter for Winchester Texas on tho lth of June He was taken cuous surfaces of the system Send for Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more tpsliiiioiiinls trio ested as head of the J T Day Grocery Free snllillnrslilnn trt nun liinill fi nnt nitnli nf fvvnnfv nmmtfna from tho cars at that place on June 1st CO Toledo O F J CHENEY Company Enroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with all in say- - a being too fcoblo to travel and cared for 7oc CSySold by druggists iujj Hazel Green Academy is tho best and cheapest school In Eastern H John Itosc attended court at Campton in the city hospital until he died lkeok Vmii Yo Uurrt Kentucky on Monday and Tuesday and Inter on Amyx wrote every where to sec if he A drummerand a drummer you know iSsulf parents or guardians have dailghtsrs thoy want to put in n ilrst nlnBS bought some cattle in the back part of could learn something about him and first grade school tlicy should write us for particulars before arranging to lies told us of how a preacher the county last week received a letter from tho never send elsewhere Wo can educate young men and young women for about of the hard times upon half what it would cost in tho HIuo ltiiss Wo will comnaru with nnv of Board of Health of Fort Worth detailing tested the effect J T Day hns been receiving new goods V them Send for Catalogue for particulars Let everybody in tho his congregation for tho past two weeks and still they the above sad news Poor Jinunie ho house who aro paying their debts stand L vs come Ho now has a splendid stock had many friends here who will mourn up jji vmw y Instantly overy man woman and f J his loss and the family has tbe sympathy clean bright and cheap child with the exception of ono starved of all in this hour of their affliction publish Those newspapers which have out looking individual arose to their Special Notico ed a traditional story about tho Swift feet lie seated tho crowd and then Directors of the Hazel Green Fair AsMine will find a true history by Let every man who is not paying Silver said sociation aro requested to meet Saturday The exception reference to our first page his debts stand up H F Pikkatt Pros Oct G 1S94 noted a care worn I desire to express my highest appre- Â¬ Ky Oct 3 GlIjIiMOKK summer suit individual slowly assuming ciation and many thanks to the members PpEXOEit CooiEU You will find a perpendicular position and leaning on Mil of the Presbyterian Church for the use enclosed 1 for a continuance of The How is it tho bench in front of him Tliirfv ProfofisnrH nnd TnHtriiutors Ritrlii Dnnvfios of Stndv um w of their house and the kindness shown Herald for a year Respectfully O that follows Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering M my brother asked the minister Esther Lindon J A Howard ine at their hands County you are tho only man in this large con- Â¬ chanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School Contlniuul SuccesH tho Beat John Chaney will not attend is unablo to meet his obli- Â¬ appointees rocoivod freo of tuition Board in dormitorios 225 par Newell Green proprietor Lyon stock gregation that tyville Fair with his liltlo mare The fol- Â¬ gations I publish a newspaper he wook in private familios 850 to d For catalogues apply to farm at Brushton N Y writes as purse offered for a pacer is only 20 12 lows JAS K PATTERSON Ph D Prosident I havo used Quinns Ointment meekly replied and my brethren hero of which to first horse and the entrance for strained tendons and other enlarge- who have just stood up are all subscriLEXINGTON KY fee 20 per cent so that ho could not pay ments for the past three years and it bers and Let us pray ex- Â¬ I recommend it to works to perfection expenses Carlisle Mercury all horsemen as 1 Know it is all you ad- claimed tho minister For curbs splints spavins Our old friend W J Seltz has accept- - vertise J M Huvons jowolor has locat W M windpufTs and all enlargements use ed a posjtion with the firm of 9 Ointment tho kind that cures ed in Hnzol Groon and will bo Kerr Co IrontonOhio with whom ho Quinns mail or express prepaid upon found at thostoro of John Mlloso by Sent was engaged some years since and he receipt of 1 50 per bottle Address W Bring your watches and fine jowol He B Eddy Co Whitehall N Y unless Avill now hustle for his old trade ry to him for repairs Ho is a you can obtain it from your druggist succeeds Mr Phillips first class workman and guaran Â¬ Sold by John M Rose tees his work at tho most roasou Ttnfe Childers of Maytowr was here ACADEMY NOTES tf nhlo rrifiOH Tuesday after Dr Taulbeo to visit his ill Dr Hazel Raleigh L Bailey of South daughter who was reported veiy knoivledgcil to bo the best local 8 a vcar uit IS 01v TTTYY 71 7Y ITT TV W T T I H Hi H Hi K A 1 1 lmlur published In Kentucky Subscribe now and sccur Taulbee was in Campton at the time and Green now hns charge of tho hell and all tho good tilings It will contain this year wo do not know whether ho answered keys of tho Academy o o anaMtiunnrTE Livery Feed and Sale Stable tho call upon his return or not o J F Kash who has been living in HAZEL GREEN KY ACADEMY OF THE VISITATiOK Jolly John Picratt has jnst had Clay City during the last two years enbuilt a hay press that is truly a littlo von and Single 5833 Doublo school the 1st inst for with its aid he will be able rolled in the Horses wonder ItiKS and Saddle YOUBG LADIESo o for hire Parties convey stacks of hay into to put twelve or fifteen Pplt ed to any point on reason Mt Adnilrabllos The Academy Elocutionary and Glee Wlilto Sulphur Ky his barn which will contain of looso hay able tonus Club has been invited to give two enter- Â¬ This institution under the dlrcotfon of only about five stacks It is operated by tho Sisters of the Visitation 1 V M i nitr pis l will also attend to all calls for auc tainments in Bath county in 1S5 hand power uatcd in a healthy and beautiful local ty of o o tioneering ami solicit business of this kind o Respectfully Ac Tills school now at tho head of Colleges the well known Itluo Gross Itoglon Died Tuesday October 2d Linden nninTn ia nt Ilorrt tlw mmllu nnlnv for Young Ladies In Kentucky oilers the The classes in Physical Geography best advantages to parents wishing to edu home far removed from the distractions of infant son of Jeff M and Mary E Eoso Word Building and History of Eastern a city and can consequently with greater cate their daughters well of Lacy creek aged 3 months and 15 Nations have added very much to our Comfortable rooms good fare and tho best facility avail themselves of tho advantage ro o C o 03 K uilbrdod of a thorough omtcatiou of teaching Prices moderate days The parents have the sympathy courses o o Terms reasonable Music Crayon and For catalogues or information write to 5 22 a mx be of all in their affliction and should Painting extra House Is heated ly nickm m m D b Sutler littlo 5 Mrs H T Cord and Mrs R B Cord apparatus For further particulars addrwconsoled by His command REV CPOPE President for of such is of WcdQiiia Mason county are guests of 5 C 3 0 2 3 children to come unto me SiBtors of tho Visitation B T K MILLKKSnUKQ KY 1427 tho Homo and are drinking the sulphur S5 rf rttho kingdom of heaven S 3J BAKRINCER water from W P Trimbles spring JUDOK A3XOS JAVI8 WKHT IiIllKiTVKY- WITH Tom Pelfry on Tuesday evening gave o o o WITlt us four ears of corn which down any tf g w ao Tho morning boll is rung at 8 oclock m in 3 in St this section by tho thing over seen in K 1 -EI jS If of tho and chapel services begin at 820 ovory oldest inhabitants oven Each day The afternoon boll ib rung at 1 r O MANUFACTURERS LOTHWS ears is grown onto tho end of a shoot oclock and work begins at 110 every Co Uros Successors to Carter 0 West Jourl Stroct CINCINNATI from two to three and a half feet and 0 m Pf n r This day 0 0 of theso shoots on ono stalk Importers and Jobbers of Is The trade of Eastern Kentucky merekUT two s respectfully solicited r2f corn grow in tho Red River bottom The offer of the 0 W B M to givo E S 8 3 lands of J T Day B S t free tuition to tho worthy indigcut of B S 5 K 5W SCharloy Samplo last week brought to Eastern Kentucky should bo heeded by S S UKALKR IN S o AND curiosities wo such young men and women desiring to 1 o o M this office ono of tho greatest HARDWARE IRON AND STBHM LOUISVILLE KY oVer saw in tho way of a natural freak cducato themselves w 3 5 o o A Tt is the tin end of a chestnut twig on Pntronngo of tho mountain merchants is o o rf Z LEXINGTON KY o t o most respectfully solicited formed burs homo Somo of our boys aro kept at which aro seventeen well each of which is grown into tho other this week to gather corn and mako sorrrjcfvTvV7f1 Â¬ a c o v Chinquapins aro said to grow very sim- ghum Parents is this a wise thing to MY-EYE-S- EE 3 on t- T3 Would it not be better to ninko O 2 ilar but thoy Holdout havo more than five do somo other nrrangomen ts or sacri fico moro or six burs in ono bunch K T T men- - TTtknrV flrnvft firm hot o Itaoiiiv WU say i Aiwr trt ie to keep your childron of yourselves in order cvory known romody 1 removed a lnr Mrs HT Cord and Mrs RB Cord of in school nil tho timo of two yeura ntntnp from a Ii year old U sister-in-la3o S 2P m n ft 9 2 Mason county mothor and o o v u ik w v o ti a M O Cord aro visiting the family of tn t of W tho impor- Â¬ X B rf n U o Too few parents npprcciato Thoy i l M tho latter at tho Academy Homo u BO tance of keeping thoir childron in school arrived on tho 29th ult and will remain regularly and few boys nnd girls under ltlathobostpropamtlon I hnvo overused or bgil of Ihoirlliyrocominonantolllloweje two or moro weeks Tho ladies of our eighteen years old know tho great loss to POSITIONS GUARANTEED We have hundreds ottteh tciilmontait littlo town should call and seo these la them incurred by tho habitual absence OurFRBE96page under reasonablo conditions dies and mako thoir wclcomo so hearty can alioru It Prteet59or nettle AflleyoardrentlstforU Khf Wev from school Timo lost from school catatoguo will explain why wo i loci not ku8cuttwwuHiiorHjlverfiirtnm TJi lIBILTfiH ijiwnri that thoy will como again Draaghons Practical Business College iRiVJUPi ulor x v n huuy as uu viiiiiimii forever though over so short is lost t fTw iVjMnHI Write for cataioguB NASHVILLE TENN Aoadkmite Tho monoy has been subscribed for a r telephone lino between this point and At Cobt Mrs F N Bay will Torrent via Campton and wo will soon out- oloso out hor on tiro lino of aummor j bo in quick communication with tho n to bo do huts und trimmings ut loss than Chiap Board WUv side world Tho advantages enter any curry thorn ovor vacaUon prepared time especially adapted to books roccntly rived from this enterprise can not bo meas cost ruthor than HOME STUDY olmnco to buy now is your ured by dollars and cents and when it is und A Ladios trimmed hats seat on eu y n Alwry 1TJB1 JHm- DODS - nd NoilONS wonder bargains 7 your waHM rrCZZ onco in operation our people will Sj can now bo had at from 50 to to MftilQrdur why it WR8 pqssiblo to got along with a W SHORT STRUT LKXlMoi nM ijryyn fT rv SpecialtyH gfe5 jSCSt ii pm Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and OMckena wub mixmaxm fiRFFN iHiv J a ud IHA7FI - ACADEMY I SESSION OF - Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ clothed-in-his-las- t- mfcTi itjj w tfirtnTi ii xi5jrvAi iiiv rfrffwT iTATE UOLLEGE OF 1 Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandiseon a Cash Basis Largest Stock 1 J TAYLOR DAY Lowest Prices Â¬ v- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IH VW9L Â¬ tt - tt0 I - WE t jfJ 33 2 w- Ack Bettman Bros - Co sh TO r r OO - NOTfONS J T MILLER m CO ia J r- rSS S w ii2i Juy-Kyo-a- n o fH m i fA mmw mmmmt M yj bsoa C mi LiBinoaiiMHlinitilltMli6M 167 Race Street Â¬ w Â¬ I 165 viBim oiwoui - 4fS 1 r out it 150 Givo hdr call SUSvtf vr ar fi z7zrz WV V i 7 V f - s i r 30 t-- j Hstt r- - - I o J v t - o mipit a K Xenttfcky river itis still moro important GOLD MINING WITH A STEAMBOAT from a commercial standpoint tljat tho rN- OOOfER MutM trado should be extended and ho river Getting Mtifnl nt tho Unto of 9100 nlny y lrom tlio Hurt ut a Itlvnr improved to admit of it As u manufac- Â¬ Used for Filling ami Extracting Extravagant stories aro told about tho turing center Louisvillo nccfta raw mate- Â¬ Without Pain or DangerH5 KENTUCKY rials such as iron coal and lumber wealth of gold sprinkled throughout tho wr Much of theso aro noobtained from Snako river country in Idaho As a t A RICH AND VARIED REGION AWAIT- other Statds at a very heavy expense general thing tho gold is very fine the ING DEVELOPMENT compared with tho cost that tho Eastern particles being so light weight as to bo 50 Kentucky products could bo delivered elusive Savo when worked on a largo 4jT flP B 3NivHMtlfH fin far n Tlifno Iorlcn Will 5 Iu return for this trado thero is opened a scalo it is difficult to make good wages i Imtn Nt llHHdootno JtoturimoVinu markot for n healthy mercontilo trade in recovering tho gold Numorous bars ChI Iron ami Tlm1or Tlmt now controlled exclusively by Cincin Â¬ along tho rivor would prove profitable feheuhl Ilml tv Market nati merchants shipping over the Chesa could water bo commanded for sluicing Ohio the Cincinnati Southern or hydraulioing An adequate supply is peake t THE PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED and Kontucky Central railraads Be hard to obtain on account of the slight Over Opera House LEXINGTON KY i sides this country is being dovclopcd into aud gradual fall of tho stream aud the IV vHODGEN D D S R Uiq upper waters of Ken a fino tobacco growing region upon lovel character of tho outlying lauds -- J The people of T If tucky river aro looking forward to tlio which tho warehousemen of Cincinnati To ovcrcomo this lock of water as well BfirALL WORK GUARANTEED t as insure sufficient dumping a big float Â¬ timo when that stream shnll bo navigable already havo thoir eyes nnmuiwmmMmLitwmmmmKft9mnmuwumMwmwmmMvmmmiwmm J utKiitmumwmmt from its mouth to tho forkn at Jlentty Steps havo already been taken to ex Â¬ ing gold saving dreduo has been con villo almoBt at tho foot hills of tho mounta- tend navigation as far as Hickman The structed and is now at work on thu Idaho 5 V ins-and in tho center of a Bection of location for lock No 7 has recently been bank of tho Snako rivor about ton miles Une mineral country lacking only means selected just below Shaokcr Ferry at tho abovo Favette of transportation to cause its develop site of a saw mill and proceedings for Lot votir first on try bo a resolution It is a stern wheel flatboat propelled V of Kentucky possession of the property aro now being by steam Substantially constructed wont Tho improvement not to buy until you have soon us for river is ono that is of deep interest to tho had in tho United States Court at Louis sixty fivo feet long and twenty two feet rM w ntiro eastern half of the State and of villo There is a dam now at Heatty ville wide it is equipped with a thirty five especial importance to Louisville whose but the style of it will havo to be altered horse power marine engine and boiler yjt merchants and manufacturers havo never to mako it available for uso in connection aud adapted iu every way for navigating Oil fully appreciated tho value of river com with the lock system employed by the Idahos great waterway With a slight i muuication to tho now undeveloped cou- govern ment Besides theso two locks alteration it could be transformed into a You will run no chimco Things ntry of tho eastern part of tho State Tho live more will bo necessary to enable steam dredgo and used to scoop up sand uro what thoy seoin belief is growing among tho pcoplo own boats to run to the forks in all stages of and gravel from tho bottom of tlio There will bo no disappointments ing tho lands for ten or twelve miles on water At times now when the tides are stream That has nover been attempted Bf in store for you cither side of this beautiful stream that favorable tho boats run a long distance As in the past operations are now con Â¬ f v aud up Tho cost of these locks will average fined to working bars out of tho bed or tho improvomont of Kentucky river tho consequent development of tho fine 150000 each dopending largely on the channel of the river The method pur Â¬ MANAGER mineral nod timber country thero cau nature of tho dam and lock necessary sued is to anchor alongside one of these 37 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY only bo secured through tho hoarty co- It is estimated that for 000000 rnd gravel deposits and by the use of scrapers wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmwMMmtmmmmmmuommmm operation of the merchants aud manufac- Â¬ certainly not moro than 1000000 thu bring tlio material to be handled within turers of Louisville than whom save river can be made navigablo at stages to tho reach of tho gold washing machinery As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean with which tho craft is rigged Tlio tho land owners in question none will bo tho Leo county capital house and must have o greatly benefited when accomplished means moro gravel is scooped up by buckets attached This At present tho river is navigablo only for Louisville and in fact for the State to an endless chain Thero are forty- - A as far as Shaker Ferry at tho point where than can yet bo realized Beattyvillo is eight of theso receptacles on a belt sixty Goods tho Cincinnati Southern railroad crosses at tho foot of a mammoth coal field feet in length and each lias a capacity tho river on tho famous high bridge To barely devolopcd at any point Tho can of about twenty pounds of dirt which is reach this point six lockages aro neces ncl coal thero is nine feet thick and is delivered into a hopper This is also an Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos sary but tho people of tho soveral coun said to bo superior to any mined in the agitator and tlio process employed may Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you V ties adjoining tho stream from tho high We have tho lar- Â¬ United States Lurgo quantities of it bo described as a steam rocker with the can find in a first class Furniture House Jbridgo to tho Ohio river feel that the havo been and are being exported to exception that it has nn end motion gest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture monoy used in tho construction and England This coal if it can be brought instead of ono sidewiso The gold is is the latest and at rock bottom prices Be sure to call and minintonanco of tho locks has been wisely to Louisvillo by river will greatly rcduco caught on copperplates withquieksilvor see us at MASONIC TEMPLE and beneficially expended Truo sonio tho cost of manufacturing Tho devel- Â¬ Tho tailings aro carried off in sluice of tho locks havo been in position for opment of the entire Held only awaits tho boxes by tho forco of a stream of water Z3 1SfitPiFilliJnPif ulfwiFiriiiwnirf iiSr years for beforo tho war tho river was opening of navigation A passenger on of 150 mineral inches supplied by a JAMIL navigable many miles from its mouth tho Falls City on a recent trip with the China pump run by tlio machinory A fow years ago tho Louisville merchants writer declared tho coal to be superior to which runs all tho other machinery began paying too littlo attention to tho that of Wales and practically inexhaust Tlio gravel is worked so thoroughly that no gold escapes in tho tailings that are trado of Kentucky river as far as could iblo ho reached by boats and indeed lost it A fino iron oro is also to bo found in dumped into tho river An average of to Louisvillos bitter rival for all this section The Bed river iron works 100 tons of gravel are handled and for trade Cincinnati said to mako ono of tho finest qualities this work three men aro employed an It has only been in tho past fow years of car wheel iron in tho country has par- Â¬ engineer ono to work tlio scraper and that this trado has been reclaimed by tially developed that industry but tho ono who shovels tho dirt into a pile bo Louisvillo and the lino of Cincinnati lack of transportation has compelled ope- Â¬ that tho buckets can scoop up a full packets driven out It cannot bo said rations to bo restricted to a vory small load K AND that tho Louisvillo merchants did this scale In Clay county tho salt industry The bar now being worked covers an for though Louisville is the natural and alono needs an outlet to causo its active area of ten to fifteen acres Tho gold is preferable market for all the Kontucky development Abovo all the whole on top or closo to tho surfaco and will river trade tho merchants let it gradually country is finely timbered At favorable not pay to handle to a greater depth than Tho land owners and stages tho logging trade is an important ono foot to eighteen inches This shows slip from them farmers living along tho rivoraro largoly factor in Eastern Kentucky trade but a valuo of ono and a half to three cents deserving of tho credit for restoring tho tho periods aro so uncertain and so irreg a pan A cleanup is mado overy night trado to Louisvillo and it is but natural ular that tho timber industry like tho and tlio averago of tho runs for tho first CHEAP v that thoy should seek tho co oporatiou of iron and coal and salt is barely opened threo days was very satisfactory to lA l Louisville in having tho river improved Thoso mostly interested in tho dovolop Thorton Williams the ownor of tlio to its headwaters when it can bo dono at montof this country say that Louisville craft Ho says ho expects to tako out Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but fcft so slight a cost can do more to dovolop this country than upward of 100 n day as long as ho works it does not pay for timo and trade lost while re establishing Tho Louisvillo packet now regularly in any othor town or organized oilort and which will bo until cold weather sets in business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPFJL When ho has gone over tho bar which tho Kontucky river trade is tho Falls will reap tho largest returns It is bo -SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and City Tho boat is owned by a stock Moved tlmt tho Commercial Club the now engages his attention ho will tackle company whose holders aro located at Board of Trado tho Manufacturers Ex another Chicago Times Morgan Counties mid seo tho Littlo Wonder Monterey Gratz and othor important chango and tho kindred commercial bodKarlloHt NovniunorH distributing points along tho river This ies of Louisvillo can by united and per Tho earliest newspapor of which we bout in clmrgo of Capt Frank Lawler sistent effort sccuro tho development of havo any authentic record was tho Acta 4iud an accommodating crow makes two this region The only need is for the Diurnn oiHcially issued by tho Roman trips weokly from Louisvillo to Kontucky Kontucky Congressmen to work in har- Republic This daily paper contained l DEALER IN rivor To illustrato tho partiality shown mony and got a sufficient appropriation an account of tho doings of each branch V Louisvillo in the matter of rates no to allow tho work to bo carried on at of tho government aud was sent gratuit- Â¬ higher tariflis charged from or to Louis once A lack of harmony has before ously to tho Generals to bo read by them villo than from Madison Ind a thriving alono pro vented tho improvement of Ken Â¬ to tho soldiers Cresar ordered reading And a town a fow miles below tho mouth of tho tucky rivor Tho oponing of Kentucky rooms to bo opened in each district Line of Agricultural Implements river Tho boat will land anywhoro to rivor to Beattyvillo will havo an effect whero tho pcoplo could assomblo and lis VQ1 on jut off a email box of notions orortakofow far reaching into tho counties boyond Â¬ ten to tho reading of tho Acta Diurna Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons a and will aid vastly in developing tho vaa single hogshead of tobacco Tho modern nowspapor may be said to McCormick Binders and Mowers x bale of hay Tho Falls City has by this ried and rich resources of Wolfe Jack- have had its inception in Italy In 15GG Whitcleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers built up a good trado for Louisvillo son Breathitt Owsloy and Porry coun- Â¬ wo find written papers issued at intersyBepairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteley and ties and will oven bo felt in MngoiHn vals which might bo read by any ono which can bo enlarged by tho Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes of Louisvillo morchnnts and ox Knott and Leslio counties on tho payment of a gazotta a small O A Dailoy iu Courior Journal tended to the headwaters coin of tho yaluo of half a cent From Avery and Malta Doublo Shovel Plows v The river as now navigablo brings to tho natuo of this coin and its use wo de Thoy Dont Wnut You Iiouisvillo each month hundreds of hogs rivo tho word gazette as applied to news Tlio Louisiana sugar planters who havo heads of tobacco thousands of bushels of deserted tho Democratic party and gono papers wheat and hales of hay togothor with A contury after wo read of men mak Â¬ over to tho Republicans hocauso a Demo- Â¬ IBS oorn stock of all kinds hemp and in cratic Congress Abolished tho sugar ing a profession of writing daily nowslet- fact all tho varied products of Woodford bounty say that thoy woro opposed to tors to wealthy persons and calling them- Â¬ Jteeaniine Morcor Franklin Owen tho sugar bounty but having been forced selves gazetters Heury and Carroll counties A now in- - on them they aro opposed to any party Tho first regular newspaper publlshod - ins try next year will bo a factor of tho MANTELS AND GRATES that would tako it away from them In in tho English languago was tho English Owen and Henry counties twuli from othor words thoy wero horrified at tho Mercurio issued in 16S8 It held tho 300000 peach trees have been put idea of being debauched but having boon field practically alono until tho appear- Â¬ ot en th hillside leading to the river debauched they turn their backs on any ance in 1G22 of Uuttora Weekly News The Farmers Friend next year moet of them will bear party which wont debauch them and Tho Journalist North Maysvillo Street Mir first crops Mr Knox Brown of flee to the only party which has over deÂ¬ Mt Sterling Ky I would rathor trust that modiclno others interested in the peach bauched them The more people of this Qtatat and luduftry believe that after next year kind the Democratic party loeee the than auy doctor I know of says Mrs TRIMBLE BROTHERS Hattie Mason of Clinton Carter county LouMlle will greatly advauce in iwpor worthier it is of public confidence Mo iu spMking of Chamberlains Colic taaeeiiKfruiUhippiuft center important for Louis- - Tke Mtire empire of Persia ka but Cholara and Diarrhea remedy For s WklU It k sale byJoha M Rom oat teeeel tke trad MT to wWaiti WW - I flfAHi Teeth Extracted H klVER - Â¬ Best Set of Teeth 900 Vitalized Air Administered cents cents t Â¬ 1tw Imk SiEtii iMf iti Â¬ - Â¬ Manager t fwm jS A V - l- Â¬ Carpets Curtains Rugs Â¬ Mattings Cloths Â¬ HUGH HICKS Â¬ New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing -- Â¬ -- raw k JlIFJN Mt Sterling Ky i er muMM Ken--tuck- y 0 piteL B tlY WIDELY r 111 11 n innoier AVE YOUR HOUSE SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY ta Â¬ tfCall Â¬ mSdCt Â¬ JH M iwJlJUJLl Â¬ HARDWARE Full QUEENSWARE TINWARE kXpi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices 9rr a4 3SJkXd0 s ODMMnBML STERLING KY if i W U I ivr- 1 -- v y tiJ O Xv vii O v il k A M5S JaZJ5A is Ut T rfi ry -- V Sk rb i F ui J t rf next year when t wa arrain doingrwbo work fox his oo he eame to the Vt rCT J- - 5k i u tv 5 a Vfcjrc S if - j n - RlClARDTOLcLAJoHM5ToR bpYRIQHT lS92BYB1PHtCo CrCTieNX i vl I yr U r his caro shall long be outraged with impunity Your honors some of whom I know perhaps all are more familiar than I am with texts of Holy Scripture may recall some in which widows and orphans are mentioned in tonus of peculiarly tender commiseration Some Â¬ times not very often yct homctimofi in the strivings of this knu r life when men are in conflict with men equals with equals one more skillful or more enduring or more fortunate in acci Â¬ dental circumstances seems to be al- Â¬ lowed to prevail without justice while the other itleft to his hopes of a bet- Â¬ ter day Hut when the battle is be Â¬ tween the strong and the weak who are fitted to wield no sort of weapon of warfare and who can only stand and be smitten oftentimes interference comes from sources unforeseen so sud denly unexpected and so abundant elllcacious that we think wo can refer them only to the omnipotent God His words in solemnest tones and his look as ho lifted it with reverent inquiry towards Heaven inspired everybody with awe After a moments pause he continued On this day I trust a signal mani- Â¬ festation of such interposition will ap pear one wJiiclpossiblymay be as sur Â¬ prising to the propoundur of this al- Â¬ leged will as to anyone else here pres- Â¬ ent A few minutes ago a proposal was submitted to that person for a set Â¬ tlement upon terms which promptly and apparently with angry disdain he declined It therefore becomes the duty of the counsel for Mrs Hannah Amerson to present such a showing as may serve to convince him for the bal- Â¬ ance of his life that it comes not with- Â¬ in the limits of his powers to oppress nor within that of his wariness to de- Â¬ fraud grossly those whom the Creator in specialest fondness styles his little ones May it please your honors I know Pearce Amerson right well Al Â¬ though a firm perhaps a rather willful man I had never suspected him of be Â¬ ing unnatural in such affections as the Creator for purposes of protection to the dependent young has implanted in the being of parents of every sort and degree nor as I believe had any among his acquaintance regarded him as capable of adding to a gross injus- Â¬ tice to one of his own offspring a grosser duplicity I was much surprised therefore after his decease when I heard that in his last will and testa Â¬ ment ho had bequeathed well nigh all his largo estate to that one of his chil- Â¬ dren who stood least in need of such partiality Hut when I was told of some of his expressions uttered more than once upon his bed Of death while jct his understanding was clear to com- Â¬ prehend their meaning I said to my helf No Pearco Amerson whatever in- Â¬ firmities he had in common with all humanity was not a man to die with a lie upon his lips and then I thought that even if he had done so there is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ which was witnessed by mv old friend Mr Flint whom I sec in this court- Â¬ lived long- enough to note many results room and two others convinced that of human actions done in secret whoso at the time of its execution he was be Â¬ discovery seemed to me the ordering of sot by influences leading him to the Divino Ueing who wills not that thoughts nnd feelings unjust to one certain among the special objects of member of his family ho determined - CHAPTER XXT COSTINlRD May it pleaso your honors I have and that he died fully believing that what ho said was the truth It was here that appeared that mysterious Providence who delivers from the hand of the destroyer such as these two this husbandless woman and this fatherless child As he turned toward his clients tears seldom shed by him were in Wiping them away with his eyes his vast silk handkerchief continued God indeed is past finding out how tenderly loving how aboundingly merciful how matchlessly just how Pourco Amerson terribty vengeful misled by falsehood and domestic treachery did execute a will in the terms of the paper which this court has allowed as such to go to probate In time dissatisfied with it ho re- Â¬ solved to revoke it and he solemnly declared to his son that ho had And revoked it he told sirs the truth Lifting his voice until it jarred the timbers of the room ho cried Pearce Amerson died intestate God rest his soul Amerson rose shuddering and took steps toward Carruthors Mr Carruthors said Torrance will you please take the stand sir Amerson then passed to where Mr Flint was still seated with Kaincr Dont say anything to me Wile I aint in no fix to talk to nobody I aint quite eertn in my mind whether Im a livin person or a dead one Look like I ought to be a dead one Youll have IO take kcer o yourself Wile Look like it a goin1 to bo showed I cant tako keer o nobody not even myself let alone o tother people Go long and tend to your own case best you can When Amerson withdrew he said piteouslyr Stand by me Teems till they put 1 never me in the pentenchary Do hush Uncle Lishy There isnt a particle of danger for you of any sort The penitent groaned but otherwise held his peace Without once looking at Amerson Carruthors answered the questions When the clerk at the call of Torrance handed to him the paper Amerson again rose and advanced two or three steps looking eagerly at it Torrance smiling said Theres hardly a doubt Mr Amer- Â¬ son that this is the paper referred to If it be not the mistake can be cor- Â¬ rected hereafter Sit down Do sit down Amerson whispered Watson Ho obeyed and to destroy It I have proof quite as substantial that ho declared upon his deathbed that ho had destroyed it 4 back hi will and that he intended to J uurn it up uccauso no Ram uMny it pleaso the court said Wat Â¬ son rising quickly Always at the frontin- design Stop Mr Carruthors Raid Torstyle and quality of our v rance If my brother Watson will allow lho to autlcipato his objection to i answering the question 1 will say that my intention in offering proof of Pearce Amersons words was to show his purpose to destroy tho will with t which reflection had made him dissat Â¬ TUBULAR STEEL MOWER BINDHMfc As isfied even to disgust I am frank to admit that a mere intention to destroy with latest improvements we call i however positive the words in which such intention is declared cannot attention of farmers to their great -W amount in law to an annulment or a strength durability and light 4 How far such evidence revocation might bo admissible as a foundation draft 4 on which to lay a charge of fraud in Our sales show that they are preventing the execution of such a pur Â¬ Af7 pose I do not consider necessary in the HAY RAKE unexcelled Send for Catalogue circumstances to discuss Ucally your 4 V honors my principal object in the WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE GO ft question was that the answer might go as far as such a thing could go in rescu Â¬ J JtekA i ing the name of Pearce Amerson from a n i mmmmhhbh 4 the shame that has been put upon it I withdraw th question If it had been of any importance to him he would have been pleased at the displeasure apparent on all faces at Watsons interruption As it was he ag asked Irnrngr r T rIlMsSUfc- T Mr Carruthors Ill thank you to in Â¬ form the court of what followed Pearce w Amersons demand icin ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER Mr Wiley Amerson nnswered that txh tho will was at his house and that ho Mb would give it to him when ho came See over there that nitrht Do you know whether or not this was done I do not sir Mr Carruthors at tho execution of cO fiKlcsJ cuh cy sv tsMi wllto els cD cw s the will or at tho time of demand for its surrender did Pearce Amerson For the bencilt of tho ladies fo Iluzel Green ami vicinity T have opened a GENERAL make any allusion to Mrs Cullon FURNISHING GOODS STORK at my roslri ace in ILizol Green and will carry a corn Â¬ WALTER s A VZQOb 1S94 tyj MOWERS HAY RAKES znr a a Mv REAPERS arlS V vv i i jrr- tvT---j- JMf n W W REED Sterling Ky for prices s s Amerson At the making of the will ho did iiuu iiiiuu jiu uitieu ior il no sum that he had come to behove that Mrs Amerson was not the kind of a person Mr Wiley Amerson had made him be- lievo but that she was as virtuous a woman as ever had lived or died1 nri me nuenre in connnit eriucii n hiienii at the demonstration of applause hpiiiuu Muuamii i nuw in irauU i ii jiuur i er Torrance said Watson and then muuercu i ou artful seamp No mj brother Watson not now It had been and was The honor of the oaveatrix in this case has been fully vindicated by tho life she has led and by the words of her father-in-labefore whom it had been aspersed lleturning to the witness he asked Mr Carruthers recurring to the time of the execution of that will what was done with it after the de parture of the old man and the other witnesses Mr Amerson handed it to me to make a copy of it Did he give any instructions as to how that copy should be made He only said that he wanted me to be very particular and copy as nigh as I could according to his rule in such fr w plctoliue of tho following articles winch will bo sold at tho LOWEST PRICES vix Ladies Hats Silks and Vol vow Ladies Gloves Underwear Handkerchiefs lint Trimming Rihbons Ladies Toilets Curllg Irons r Whalo Rones Bronzing Paints Ginghams LiwnsAo Wliuto Iionc Casings Silk Luces lilnolc and white Muslins White Goods Liees Embroideries Ladies Slippers Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Complete lino of Hosiery Dress Trimmings Umbrellas Towels Elastics etc etc Bay Your Hats of Mo aud Gat Tliom Triuimod Froo of Ghargo My stock will embrace every artinlc of Ladies wear in the latest style just from th e T itfv nc ti11 na mnnv illicit nnlinnu tr iiiititiipnitu tu mnitiitn rtt uia uw lDPQQ w ilt system vwUa v iw iiV jiAKUNii mill fill out nnd make Urcssos to salt tho lianl tlmo prices or liest cutting by the Haddington Cutting Machine which was awarded iirst premium nt titer ij miss ivLrv KAWiiWUS ot uoviuginu Ky well ami IrtVora- Worlds iair ibw1 bly known to the ladles of this vicinity will bo my assistant Your trade is respectfullyvery rcspoauuiiy soncueu aim siuismcuon gnaranieca iri ni 1 1 - - Mrs FRED DAY HOFFMMS FIRE ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Address A HOFFMAN i LIFE ACCIDENT 26000000 27500000 111 The Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Agency in Eastern Kentucky Hates Reasonable And what was that rule To make the copy as nigh like the other as T possibly could Following that rule being facile in tho use of the pen jou had become somewhat dexterous had you not in things Sterling Ky t i 1170 the imitation of others handwriting I had 4 few q l III f a AMKR80N HOSE BHUDDniUNO AND TOOK STEPS TOWAItl CAlUtUTIIEIia - Lf 4 -- V5 S a many a son who In a case so monstrous would have been quick like the sons of tho drunken Noah to cover up tho shamoless nakedness of such a father To my associate counsel who has pre- Â¬ pared this caso with consummate pru denco and skill as soon as ho was re Â¬ tained na counsel camo a suspicion of fraud Together wo have been search- Â¬ ing for its hidincr place and it has been only within a brlof time that by tho help of God wo have found It llo slowly turned his groat brown oyes upon Amerson who palo as a dead man instantly averted his own and said to his counsel I havent tho remotest idea what the man means I want to Hush Baid Watsou want you to Jiston to what listen and I he is saying I have abundant proof continued Torranw that after making a will f AFTEIl X MOMKXTS TAUSR HE CON TIN UKD watched tho witness with anxiety painful to he seen Mr Carruthers bepan Torrance will you be pood enoug h to state to this court whothor or not you were present at the execution of a will by Pearce Amerson If so then please say at about what time in what capac Â¬ ity you acted and mention any others who were there is sir Yes sir I was present It was in ItIs that tho caso with the others the summer July I think in 1830 I No sir it is not had been acting as clerk for some time TO UK CONTINUED in Mr Wiley Amersons office Mr Pearce Amerson came thero with Mr A M Bailey a well known citizen of Lishy Flint and Mr William Lilly and told his son that ho was ready to sign Euconc Oregon Bays his wife has for that will Mr Wiley Amorson got it years been troubled with chronic diarrluca from his desk in tho back room and nmj ngcj may remedies with llttlo relief handod it to his fathor IIo after until Chamberlains Colic looking it over called on us to witness which -i otata Ms-nca - voit a o If ttmd lnn lin anil UWa UUILU uut wmm nuu W I i t J trinl HHU yotl Will 09 BiirpnwKi im mjw A4lr 4rti tvrWi incatci ntif nwflv WJ cent nrnmnt relief it affords 25 and Did he tho Old man ever again bettlee for sale by J M Row make any allusion to the matter In your hearing Subscribe ot Th Hmeaid and make Ye sir About the sane time the the ohildren happy Â¬ I What did Mr Amerson say when 3ou carried the copy to him lie said I had done it very well verj well indeed oven perfect Hack gentlemen called the sheriff them behind aro pushing uncomfortable them next the railing Pleaso bo keerful gentlemen Tho courtroom which had capacity for two hundred was more than full and many pressed by the overflowing climbed unhindered within the bar Have you overseen that will since asked Torrance I have not sir I believe it is generally known that on occasion of the probate you were not able to be in court I wasnt sir I was at homo bad off with rheumatism So I learned Had it not been so perhaps all litigation in this unhappy issue might have been prevented He paused and almost mournfully looked over tho dense assembly as if he would delay the outpour of thuir indignation In that brief while Wat- Â¬ son looking fiercely at his client baid The holl Ainersonl what is this coming to God knows Mr Watson I dont was tho answer In a tone of apparent carelessness Torrance proceeded Mr Carruthers look upon this paper and say whether or not your signa- Â¬ ture as a witness is genuine Glancing at tho paper ho answered Â¬ Â¬ sir hcro aro with which tho weak person generally has to contend WINCIIKSTBU KY Wonic regularly consumes his strength but often pays for what it takes N II WITIIERSPOON President Womiy lights tho cnndlo nt tho other It D 1IUNTEU Cashier end nnd never pays at all Paid up Capital 20000000 Dishasi tics his hands and deprive him of power of resistance Surplus 6000000 Who can numbor the thousands This Hank solicits the accounts of merchants fanners traders and business men A OVERCOME generally throughout Knstorn Kentucky nnd offers its customers every facility and thiH mighty trio For years wo have tho most liberal terms within the limits of fought those consumers of life with lifes i octlBly banking legitimate own weapon tho nir wo brcatho made stronger for tho combat by the aid and skill ot modern science Uur Glay City Â¬ npei V 1 ml ENEMIES THREE i BY national n CLAY CITY KY COMPOUND OXYGEN restores strength quiets tho nerves ainL oxpols diseases Proof that will colivJuco all whoreaee is oncrcd frco to all who sutler Send us your address Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 J F COX President Cashier PALEN DRS STAJIKEY No flaak in Eastern Kontuoky hns better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your 1C29 Arch St Philadelphia Pa account Mnnnged entirely by home pcoplo 120 Sutter St San Francisco CaL who know you and who aro always ready to accommodate you fctf Monoy to loan ou reasonable rates Call on us MMKali MAIN STREET Dual DanR KY WINCHESTER JOHN W BEAN President U F CUItTIS Capital Canhier SirBltu 100000 Undivided Profits 35000 200000 Carenlg and Trado Marki obtained nd UP- ent tioolness conducted for Moderate Fm Our Office Is Opposite U 8 Patent Ode ami weeanaeenre patent in lew time th tfcoet tamrttn trfipa WnuAnrrt nfl Hcnd model drawlDg or photo with i tloa Weadvlne It iianUide or wC HWI l cbargo Our fee sot uitu x c - till i atet l ntuMA uhp i n rawwiw iti wiow o uuitm nasiee ofactual cllenta inyowrBUMt ommw -- mm wat free Addreee hi ft JM BH A - SSW 131 W Wt J f town ihh Organized 1805 being the oldert bank In tho county Collections piade on all point and your uiwliieun solicited CASNOWAOO H1 OTELLELAUD r I - Lexington Ky rrttrtolmr MX A HB UC7 MATJPIN g X MKObKJf WTH D H OABPBNTEB a CATLMTUliKaKY e rl WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SHQ18 d Kleelde UgkH Gm XlwtrleKWrakjH IBeaied Da Km IloiW Ceaee aa4 e tiNeMeftriMi4 AtfoC New DuiyiHgl rtrBU00a MUj KB k thwoiai 01KKKMU M f S5i JHtp r- - v n t Kr r V i m v v L r ii Si Kfik J m KZ3 wfSMmavwwmsKK difefe xFT m fr1-- 5 rw MhSblMP9Mpi - znn WW II I itfmrrm vr iv J6 o M u w m 1 J BicTnBrBw f KW k - ESSIE V7T - l 1 cord of tan bark will pay most any of the funeral of old Undo Daniel our taxes each year to say nothing about advantages derived from tho rail Whmwiw Ceoil son of Hubert Ccrii and other WitfQLEss road Try conspicuous figure In the social direfa who lefj homo n fow weeka ainco ontiii WIXO with the intention of finding nit occupa Rovs Howard and Ouncgan proached tfon to pWTtttw fltntca in n letter dated at Jhmland Ky Sept 21 that ho ja well at andflold Sunday night A largo au jm well wttiaftcd Our old Hhooof luck dionco and a good mooting one addi- Â¬ tion to Hereby hurled ntlrtm Dr Stamper G T Contor and S S Dr Tames Tutts family formerly inhwbltauta of tho sunny kissed climo Combs with their fatnilica all of Gamp of thin country baflo adieu to the once ton nttonded the funeral meoting on lughly praised Toxna and aro now all Tnioo Fork Sunday but the Doctor and hi two hods who aro Tho much longed for matrimonial fever n their way rejoicing in our initial has onco moro mado its appearanco around housekeeping basking in tho golden sun about Tolivor On last Thursday J M Tolivor and Miss Callie Clark woro unit light of God bleascd Kentucky The constable race in thin district hna ed in all tho saerednassof holy matrimony aroused tho people from their lethargy May peace prosperity and a happy life tho firo kindled tho funoko Hiring and bo their wedded lot the clouda gathering It pcomispi to be A T Combs for Sheriff is a splendid one of intonao oxcitement but we predict gentleman Tho Democratic party could that Frank Dunn tho full fledged Dem- not find a bolter man for this position ocratic nominco when tho clouds ahall IIo will got there without a doubt al Â¬ liavo cleared away will comoouttho vie- - though his opponent Mr Wilson is a torious bear in tho raco I3ut if Frank first class gentloman Taking it all in all is deserted no more aaplinga will bo tho Democratic party in Wolfo will bo clum for ho would never novor desert elected On last Sunday at tho homo of James tho Democratic banner As it appears that your correspondent Roo on Trace Fork of Stillwater the of this place has played out I but think funoral of Elder Daniol Lewis was as I cogitato over tho matter it would preached by Revs Howard nonry Taybo an injustice to not givo you a brief lor and U F Dunegan There was the description of tho many things that tako mrgeac crowu ot people mat over was place in this part of tho country Tin aeon on Traco Fork There were in all ono thousand Herald is such a good papor with so probabilitypresent wero people Other preachora John It Hobbs much valuablo and interesting reading in it that it has long ainco made a repu- Â¬ 0 II Garrison W M Chambers John tation worthy of tho name and a wid- Â¬ Barker Alfred Kash and Powell Rose espread circulation richly deserved So Good order provailed generally and a good well may I say by only reading vory good diunor was served on tho Its neat pages tho cup of human naturo ground Sight Scor haa viewed tho political ho is mado to run over in a Btrcarn of grati tudo and folicity with joy inexpressible rizon of WoIfc county with much inter est Thero is that broad minded generous and full of glory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hf tt Mtig adstrntarattot Wilt two brMge etating tlo ihnpcd mid looked like it might by NOTICE MM ly 18000 and tlili fU every dolJnc tlght pressure ho mndo to liold about ono ELECTION Nllw4r jyMlrUn t of trrnnn hnnn U mnnf Iinvnlunn mi fir uoon hurt over It It will bo tho sumo Bomo half wltted human being that has To Uio Votora of Wolfo County i rpv boon dwarfed and sapped of its know i Thoro will bo a special election liiniNimw J HV UIT Hipil UIU IUMI JVtlH tUAi ThAM WIU liaA nvnut1 of nnnnla n odgo by having to pilfer after night for hold ut tho vnrious plncos of voting Rnll Komi Company will pay M ttnd HHje 8tilily conducted tartin the in Wolfo county on Tuesday tlio lUyn HowaVd Dmicgnn and Taylor will novor feci it but bo tho richer Ono a living Poor littlo drawed up insig or Vmooimyi ta fi - THE IfJuilb BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATUEE r i i t1 ni Â¬ nificant contaminated degenerated pu trified soft headed iguoramoua dirty skinflint pilfering dog I I pity tho fa ther and mother who havo boon so unfor tunate an to havo brought into cxistoncc audi a human failure A boy that will sloop ao low as to do audi a trick would steal rob poison Block or any filthy crime would bo his delight Sianr Siiim Â¬ Â¬ 6th day of November 1804 tho oluclion of a Heprosontrttivo in tho Tenth Congressional Dis trict of Kentucky to fill tho va Â¬ cancy canned by tho doatlt of M G Lislo said day being tho same on which tho regular election for CojigresBwill tako place Thisllh day of August 1894 GEO V DRAKE S W C Â¬ oj u newammi By C C Hanks D S JmmrfMm ktntv i ffl-i- 8fsrsr mm s aBffiJIP KPCP 5RW ihmsf Ui4 m i m m fci uttuK an Traders Deposit Bawk MT STERLING -- jrJ KY 30000 roBifln Af au PeeL Capital J M Q L 200000 Sumiusi IiraSTAIT President KlItKlA THICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ We roiiioetfully lolieit the business of mer chants furmerii traders and business men ji M rally tliroufcliout ICusteru Kontuokyus A n general banking business done Give tliiinct to send you a bank book nuy your checks nnd ionn von money uhen in need Vi conneeteil with the M IP A it M College THE W TiiomiSOv Cnsli Adams Ai Hoods is Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated C JtovH Wmll 30tt BATTUE PRACTICAL- - 5i M School South of our littlo Mays sickness and her return to health by tho uso of Hoods Sarsaparilla Sho was taken down with It is with pleasure that I Hood Co Lowell Musst I glvo you tho details Â¬ 1 v v- c - l - A EZEL KY when you havo tho chanco what do you moan I hope you will tako this matter HOWARD STAMPER inarightapirit Butatill there aro enough ArroitNEY-A- TLaw MORGAN COUNTY good moral voters in Wolfo county to OAMPTON KY olect G T Center and ho certainly will lijsol Involutions Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the got thero Eli adjoining counties All business entrusted Olivor Perry and wife of Ford Ky Noxt is our Congressional raco tho to our care will receive prompt attention wore visiting in town last weok 7P M main tonor of which is OurLittlo Joe Tho boys aro getting their rattles ready A moro JAMES HOTEL patriotic encrgotic enterprising Tho air is full of weddings and it will unflinching standard bearor of good old Fourth Street nenr Mam bo no secret noxt week Democratic principles hasneverbreathed CINCINNATI O M W Nickoll of West Liberty was tho pure atmosphere of the ovor faithful OKO WKIHUIS SONS MnnnKurH in town a few daya ago Ho is a strong and courageous mountaineer than Joe v i xdvocatq of tho Rail Road Tax -- Tho patronage of Wolfe anil Morgan Kendall The owls may hoot tho foxes counties solicited Miss Graco Oartmcal of West Liberty bark tho dootllo bugs acrutch down Miss Ella Williams of FninUvillo and but abovo tho confusion of all this noise 3Ieny Cecil of Grassy woro visiting in can bo heard tho clear voice of Kendalls t6wn last wook 4J majority extolling tho name of Little Died on tho 29th ult Elijah Craft Joo Tho Democratic party has had a T Ho had just camo in frojn Kansas on a job on its hands finding tho government visit takon siok and diod in a fow days in a vory bad condition under Republican l He was buriod Sunday with Masonic rulo that has mado hundreds of millionkouors Blunt aires under tho high tariff syatom Tho Bost to bo had for tho monoy K peoplo cannot expect tho tido of national Mnytown MlKMlIe S P Salyor of Plkovillo was in town evil to bo ao suddenly overthrown Any body that haa a thimble full of political last week Died on last Sunday Little Arthur brains knows that tho man who consumes Wt Nygyy yj youngest wu of Wm J and Leon a Law- - tho nrticlo manufactured pays all tho cost of production and tho tariff and Pasuro of meoting Hon profits mado on tho sales of such Now F Jo M Kendall yeatorday IIo is in fino for fear of getting too much politics on Jkaltl and la the very picture of our my brains at this timo Sight Seer will navo to cnango tno teiescopo of ma vis atxt QongreMinan Tlit ick of our town aro all convalesc- - ionary department to got somo moro ing txetpt Miw Hada Childora who la matter for tho good old Herald iM HI1 very low Her grandfather Miles Sight Soor had a torriblo vision at Ha mKmNiPl Wash I Wjmm Ufcktll of West Liberty was with hor zel Green tho othor night During tho Tuesday preaching of Rev J A Howard I saw I liope we will have no troublo with somo littlo alack ho twisted flea bitten county candidate but we certainly dirty thing whether human or bruto ho would love to hear them explain them could not toll Such an ono approached atlvte on the Bail Road Tax and havo Rev Howards horse and sneakingly and V AND A FINER GRADE AT It only requires fifteen thievishly changed his saddlo and dis Â¬ i no dodging jHinutte calculation to bee that the 25 placed his saddle blankot Editor I juRt 00 juked for by Capt Broa will pay tho tell you that it was such a dirty sight onty two fold mpre tkan the money that it made me shudder It had two w expndwl by tb ooaaty Every la legs proceeding from the main part of JioHtif man ought to voU for it Every the body which looked like they had MANUFACTURING JEWELER 4NM tiuit can ralw xa wago lo4 of been frost bitten and all shriveled on au pototoe will tot for it to yow te It count ot Uttir exposure after night while 135 E Main St Custom House Square LEXINGTON KY will oarrr wwl jou iad btUtr 4tejbu for pllftriBf kt koaee and porUtote in or win your U 1- TUm qualifaaUoii el iU knavUt to 14 rf jot want to ObmiHtUMt workmea in our watuli III a tWm lit kW wm ktt- - rpdriR tUpjirtmwt fMUf WliJiMlft J Samuel Sowoll who is teaching tho Cavo branch school came in homo Friday ovoning to tako in tho meeting Ho waa accompanied by Benjamin Sowoll a young school toucher There is nothing surprising Strang or peculiar to see tho former rolegating these parts for his beat rose checked girl resides in this neck of tho woods I am forced to exclaim to yo editor from authoritative standpoint but in my opinion hero cornea tho re- Â¬ lievo tho noticing featuro is tho latter ono spruced up and wreathed in doli clous smiles making himielf so prominent with our fino young bellea of mostTasci nating olmrms Bo careful Bon or you will got your trap misplaced Amokoso Â¬ hearted hospitable and courteous gentle man G T Center who is tho regular nomineo of tho Democratic party for County Judge A hotter qualified man for this oflico never lived A man that haa done moro to push public entcrpribo in Wolfo county is not living A moio moral man anu a moro noncst man can not be found If elected ho will bo an honor to his faithful constituents lie will bo an example for tho rising generation with respect to a moral intellectual industrial and social basis After all this thero aro somo weak kneed Democrats who are talking of voting against him Â¬ Â¬ cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Business Correspondence as taught by lnil of ACT- Â¬ OUK NiV AND INTHUKSTKNO UAL BUSINESS 1JIACTICE uskd only in OUIt COLLEGE belore which the old theo retical copyrighted text book copying sys tem must go POSITIONS for its pupils aro made a specialty in this ftchooi winch promises to the Commercial the highest to tho hands of any but roliablo efficient business Worldnnd women type of men catno worso nnd all treatment failed to givo her GUAKANTEEI to be ns represented or relief until wo began to uso Hoods Harsuparllla peoplo whon you aro looking for money refunded After sho had taken one lmlf bottlo wo could seo Wo aro tho largest UEWAltE of schools which do not do this that sho was better Wo continued until sho CLOTHING had token threo bottles Now sho looks liko Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue house in Central Kontucky and free Tho Bloom of Hoalth For full particulars call at the college or and Is fat as a pig Wo feel grateful and cannot mako a specialty of 700 and 10 address say too much In favor of Hoods Sarsaparilla Vf lid t I llu f Mvn jiiffco iu 4it jumiot Aiiiuau Tniiiiniinnn xuiiiiunaci Suits With ovory suit for Men C C CALHOUN 10C 1CS 110 112 114 116 15 Main St Hoods Pills net easily yet promptly and wo givo a guaranteed lover movo efficiently on tho liver aud bowels 25c Following this a soro catno on her right sido be tween tho two lower ribs In a short Umo another broko on tho left sido Sho would tako spells of soro mouth and wlion wo had succood cd In overcoming this sho would miller with at-tacks of IiIlIi furcr ami exnel bloodv looking corruntlon Ilerhcad waHnfTccted nnd matter oozed from her eara After eacli attack sho be-Â¬ Â¬ Fovor and a Bad Coush ENDOltSKD by the highest County nnd State officials bv the leading business and professional men of tho country and by liuudieds of pupils who arc sticcesslul in business A KKVELATION is mado to tho pupil in Hook keeping Banking Shorthand Tyfifi writing Telegraphy PenniaiisluptAiTnier Tf Hoods A Cures X A Principal mont dusfc proof WATCH AND CHAIN fuee White Hall LEXINGTON KY CSTCost to complete any prescribed course VERY reasonable T S 2 Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY BSySurgcry mid obstetrics n specialty GRAVES VICTOR COX KY CO tavJluras EraJtsfif LEXINGTON 3 yjll J P LOOKIIART t ij B0GAGRT If you cant vote for good moral men aUHSTWXSW- - piaiiuf aeturlug ac Jeweler 17 A E Short Street LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Roliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work col ll S3 If vV J w O s J rv 8 d i ts 0 ST 5 Guaranteed 8 2 John f lift 1 X -- 3 a I M s 5 M Rose Â¬ - tf A HAZEL QUEEN KY Is tho only firm in tho town which han dles tho justly celebrated I o WSSSsfe QO 73 Ji 21 iioShs Â¬ WAT lUJOiJEiiO Boots and Shoes C P Tracy Co 4to15J from tho wholcsalo house of LUl K3t J H -- ft X 52 S to S 3Js A 1 t 3Satt CM OrO ci c4 PORTSMOUTH OHIO C SB Wlien you want tho BEST footwear givo him a call no41y COMBS HOUSE W OAMPTON KY REHtESKNTINO J B HOLLON PitoritiirroR SANFQRD VARNER CO Tho patronage of tho traveling public is respectfully solicited Table tho best and every attention to tho comfort of guests wholesale dealers In A FLOYD BYIID Cumpton Ky ATTOR3STEY-AT-LAW 9 121 nnd 123 Second Â¬ Street PORTSMOUTH O Â¬ Abstracts of titio furnished collec Tho trade of Eastern Kentucky is most tious mado and prompt returns guaranteed respectfully solioiled Connected with the law firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky In civil practice T O ir or JOHNSON Cumpton j W SWANGO loukTstix NOTIONS CO Hnzol Groen JOHNSON ATTORNEY8-AT-LA- SWANGO WIIOLBSALK DKAL15R8 IN vl 2500 AND UP fr Fred J Heintz Will practice In tho Wolfe county and clr cuit court Collections promptly made buut Husirwuis 01 iiua lurnisheu 01 short notice Third Raoe and Union Sts CINCINNATI O D HOORE Ve carry the eoods that will suit your WITH trade and our prices are THE LOWEST BEN WILLUMSON Special attention given to nail orders CO Bry Goods Etc 1 1 f 4 C wmrtrMi V j rat V dr Hardware Cutlery OATLETTSBURG KY tf By hr 9Htk KhU Plews c r ynr IWet WMr withoHt i2 Vl BwtRokwltaHtreektaBip wfi wat totH AddrM T LEWIS CO Casey Ky fv ikmt vlWl rMiptf i t IteU s oV VH Sk- - mJfcmtiu if iv y run r Mtd Lja S T TT31 W -