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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tfl ti JtlAZEL SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Established March 4 1885 and Mndo Famous in tho Celebrated Story of Green nKAijij H V IH Hi K J v ir L Jonathan and His Continont by Mux ORfll VliUU A w w OfH Nolny World With New From All Nation LutnVrlng at III Itnck YEAH AlWav In v AdyajW TENTH YEAR A YOUNG DEMOCRAT IN HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY Goorgo Carbon can boatyourjnbm inoe I amtbankjul thatvjour boloved poor hasiiotbqatanyiDJSm ocrat in rocohfcyoars and I know thot voir will sopmany u sunrise and sot hear many a tliunder clftp and onduro many nob summers and the cold zophyrs of many winters before your dear brother will be ablo to down a singlo nominoo in this county Ho may have been vory popular hithorto but greatly fear that tho gentloman has lost his grit and uftdr tho Novombor election ho will bo politically on- Â¬ to m bod A T Combs Democratic nomi- Â¬ noo for Shoriff is as clover a man as over breathed tho puro atmos Â¬ phere of Eastern Kentucky and no person in need ever wont from his door empty handed Ho is as bravo as a lionand as gentlo as a lamb Ho is booked os a winner and wjill mako a Shoriff of whom the people of volfo county willbo proud I jvunt all the Democratic nomi Â¬ nees oloctod but that which should intorost us most is that of Con Â¬ gressman to represent this district 111 the 54th Congress of tho United ICY THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1894 Ci NUMBER30 MWMMWMMiMiM T 11 JL ACCEflTStyLD SPI KS OUT IN v Ami Sayn n Vow Ayonln Which Olayjllo of Intercut to VoterfliHoAYnntsOnr Jnp for Coiigruf and the Hest of tho Ticket Elected HISTRUMPETShOULDPE Mn SrittcBK HEARD Tjib Herald I rtak permission for a short apaco m your vor val Â¬ uable paper to insert a letter con- Â¬ taining my viows qi tho subject of Democracy I lip not enter irlto tins subject as one skilled lntfio affairs of politics but osbnovlio is a Domocratin all that the word Democrat moans Though 1 bo a more boy who has never had the honor of casting a singlo ballot for any man yet I have a longing for that day whon I can stand a peer and cant a ballot against tho ma lignors of tho Democratic party - 9aoPEEditbr of tickot for County Judgo against tho sparkling witty gonial big hearted and woll known G T Con tor the regular Democratic nomi- Â¬ nee It surprised mo vory much to hear that Mr Carson a man vho knows comparatively little about tho transactions of legal af Â¬ fairs was a candidato for so res- Â¬ ponsible a position as County Judgo Yes it is indeed surprising to me and two thirds of thevotors of this county to think that Mr Carson in his declining years would have tho presumptuous im- Â¬ pudence to outer tho political arona knowing that thoro is not a scintilla of a chance for his elec- Â¬ tion Follow Democrats tho Republi- Â¬ cans aro soliciting your holp your votes your rights your liberties Do you hoarkon their beckoning It is roportod that G V Carson is a candidato on tho Republican States J00M Kondall our stand- Â¬ ard boaror needs no introduction at my hands His name is a by Â¬ word throughout Eustorn Ken- Â¬ tucky Almost overybody is for him mon women and children I appeal to tho young mon of this district to rally around tho stand Â¬ ard and holp to elect our gallant Joe by an overwhelming majority I ask tho fathers for the sake of thoir sons to help carry the grand old banner of Democracy to tho highost pinnaclo of famo With throo choors for our Joo and tho rest of tho ticket I am Tyro Democratically yours Campton Oct 15 94 TORE HIS TROUSERS Ami nu Old Show ntuM mil on the Lining Cro Grent Merriment In School The following story is told about No I know you too well I know tho editor of ono of Maines prom Â¬ you aro too generous too loyal too patriotic and too Democratic to be inent dailies When a small boy led astray by the light and gossip his father now one of tho loading of their wanton ways I ask tho mon of tho Stato was running a voters of this county to examine tho printing office and publishing a record of the two men from child- Â¬ wookly paper in one of the largest hood to tho present and soo which towns in Konnobec county Ono lias lived tho life most worthy of day tho advance agont of a show your admiration and nearer to tho camo along and orderod somo dates N I r net of his lifo Can tho Republi Â¬ cans say that tho life of Mr Carson J M Havens jowolr has locot has boon pure and worthy of emu Â¬ od in Hazel Groon and will bo found at thostoro of John M Rose lation boon Bring your watches and fino jowol G T Contor has always working for tho advancement of ry to him for repairs Ho is a everything which is grand and no- Â¬ first class workman and guaran Â¬ ble and just as euro os God is in tees his work at tho most reason Â¬ tf Heaven ho will be tho next County able pricos Jiulgo of Wolfo county It is as much a mans duty to Fellow Democrats wo havo boon bulldozed by tho Republicans of support his county papor as it is to this county for tho past twenty support u church or an institution Anowspoper may well Wo of learning yoars with Goorge Carson bo said to bo tho lifo of a town will put Goorge Carson aftor him Ono man in tho Kentucky peni Â¬ tentiary who lias boon thoro about Taylor Con tors legally woddod five years has now as his compan Â¬ wife I challengo any ono to men Â¬ ions n misery nix of the jurymon tion truthfully a singlo immoral who sent him thoro Ho is tho man who has fur- Â¬ nished you work for tho last twolvo years when you could not got work to do anywhoro else and paid you your own price for ovory lick you struck Follow Democrats you all know Taylor Contor and know where ho lives but for fear you could not oasily find his room I Entor will givo you directions tho room on Main stroot go up tho hull to tho sixth door on tho loft hand and on that door knock timoor too and tho door will gladly bo oponod You will bo invited to como in and in that room you will find Taylor Contor two children and a vory pleasant handsomo looking woman that womiui is teachings of Him who taught as never man taught Seo which has dono most towards tho progress of his county also docide which is tho best qualified for the office of County Judgo and voto ac- Â¬ cordingly G T Contor is a man who is as well known in Eastern Kentucky as any man and tho vory mention of his namo fills ovory true and patriotic bosom with reverence and pride Laboror Taylor Contor is your bosom friend He has proven benign it printed upon cotton cloth His order was filled but he noglooted to call for thorn and they wore left on tho printers hands Tho prin- Â¬ ters wife ran across them and as cloth was high she took it homo and for economy usod it to lino a pair of trousers sho was then mak- Â¬ ing for tho editor above mentioned thon a boy about ton years of age As tho months rolled by tho panta- Â¬ loons grow threadbare and at school ono day ho accidentally tore tho seat out leaving about ono foot of tho lining exposed to view This in itsolf would havo mado tho boys smile but they laughed till the toars camo whon thoy observed tho following words standing out boldly upon tho lining in largo typo formance begins at 8 Doors opon at 7 80 Per- Â¬ 11 At Cost Mrs F N Day will out hor ontiro lino of su minor and trimmings at loss than hats cost rathor than carry them over closo and now is your chance to buy Ladies trimmed hats bargains can now bo had ot from 50 to t 150 Givo hor a call advico and ossistanQo of others to LAND FRAUDS OTGGETS OF NEWS aid him in tho discharge of tho HOW SEVERAL MAGOFFIN COUNTY dutios of his ofiico and was lod GATHERED BY SIGHT SEEK ON HIS into the fraud through ignorunco OFFICERS ROBBED THE STATE ROUNDS by tho County ClOrk and Doputy Fictitious Inml AhucrncmI Sold for Toxch Sheriitlloward And Placed in IIchi1h1U shnpn for th For 1898 tho first yoar of How Â¬ Itvcordad and Keen ChnrgcdStnto ards torm as Doputy Shoriff the Delectation of Herald llenderfi Ue Inhpnctor Gardner CntohoH VI ml n Jfown In Wnnte Placescounty wos assessod at ti total val Â¬ on to tho HwlndlorH anil GlnddetMftaulnnni uation of 4485490 einco the do f ANOTHER SWINDLE ATTEMPTED toction of tho fraud tho county has HIS JOURNEY THROUGtiVLlFt boon assessed for 1804 at a tota IH1 State Inspector and Examiner valuation of 835980 a falling off W W Phipps has just jotiimecl Gardnor mado a report on tho 10th in vaiuo ot JfOouuouu from Mt Sterling I will givo you ono instance as inst concerning his investigation J B Amyx of Sollors is build- Â¬ a samplo of the mannor in which of tho books of soveral Magoffin ing him a nico dwelling house county officers Tho fictitious land theso officos aro conducted A noii Curt assessment schomo it will bo seen roaidentbona fide owner of a tract Clara Wilson wasmarriod to Miss Havens last Sundoy May has boon worked thoroughly thoro of land listed it in 1892 paid the thoy livo long and bo happy and tho officers aro shown up in a taxos and tho land was sold and H C Turner of Mt Storling bad light Tho Inspectors roport bought in for tho Stato and the viBitod Ezol lost Saturday Clay which will likely lead to tho indict- Â¬ Shoriffcroditod by thesalo It was is addressed again Haled and sold to tho State must be trapping for a ratt ment of all tho parties Dick Phipps loft hero htstWod to the Governor and is as follows for tho 1893 tax on Octobor 28 1898 and tho Sheriff croditod by nosday for Salt Lick Menofoe I have the honor to furthor ro port thut sinco making my roport the amount in his sottlomont and county whoro ho hud a saw mill in to you on the fraudulent assessment while the Shoriff has no right aftor operation and sales of so called ntiu residont tho sale to colloct tho redemption A certain porson said Howard lands in Magoffin county I havo monoy yet on February 20 1894 and the Cain mill is all tho talk The amount in Morgan county procured tho affidavits of somo of ho wrote tho party What about tho citizens of tho county for tho of taxos now duo on your 250 acro tho railroad tax purpose of ascertaining tho roal tract of land in this county for There was u large crowd at tho parties to the fraud and rospoct 1898 amounts to 8050 Will bo funorol of Mrs Roborson which fully submit tho following state- Â¬ glad to rocoipt you for tho sann was preached by Elder Howard On March 14 1894 ho again ment and Jamos Fugato last Sunday at Tho Toms Branch Â¬ wroto same party saying The facts as far as I can ascertain will show that tho schomo was statomont of taxos given by me is Mr E S Turner and wifo of originated by Calloway Howard in a truo ono as shown by tho records Rowan county aro visiting rela- Â¬ 1891 or 1892 who was thon tho of my office it includos fees costs tives and frionds Ho Circuit Court Clork of the county otc whon in fact tho taxos inclu- Â¬ is ono of Rowan in Morgan most countys Ho suggostod tho plan and prepared ding all costs of salo were 088 prominent citizens a list of fictitious lands which woro It appears from tho same lettor Elder J T Pioratt Isaac Murphy assessed for tho year 1892 by the that County Clork Hammond had and Dr Govedon proachod at Good- Â¬ AssosBor at a valuation of 150 per collected somo taxes and failed to acre and followed tho matter bo account for thorn and tho Sheriff win Chapol lost Sunday There I was a good attondanco It was said foro the Board of County Supervi- Â¬ goes on to say in his lottor sors and succeeded in getting tho will seo John W Hammond at to be a union mooting Isom Long has added boauty to value raised to 2 per aero The onco about said taxos and show him tho mistake ho has mado I liiB homo by a great deal of post Assessors claim for assossing theso fictitious hinds was allowed tho will at first writo tho Auditor of and railing fence being orected on Sheriff Bold and purchasod it for Kentucky about tho matter I will his promises also a vory complete tho Stato tho County Clork re Â¬ soo that ho pays said taxos over at plank fonco in front of his houso Mrs Caroline Ash sold hor farm corded tho sales and thoy woro once or return the money to you each payed by tho Slate for tho Wo havo laws in this county for known as tho Tolivor farm to Jell work and tho fraud was therefore tho protection of such and it is my Stovonson Herself and family successfully accomplished for 1892 duty to seo that thoy aro onforced loft horo Saturday for Greenup and I will soo that your monoy is county being moved in a wagon by and not discovered In Novembor of tho same yoar paid over to tho State or back to A J Buskirk you Now boforo doing this I 1892 Howards brother-in-laEldors W T Hall of Rowau Noah Minnix was oloctod Shoriff would like for you to appoint mo county and J A Howard havo of tho county qualified with How Â¬ your agont or manager to take just closed a vory successful moot Â¬ ard as his chief deputy and col- Â¬ charge of your land and if you ing at tho Mouth of Beaver Croek lected tho rovonuo for 1893 which have not got an abstract I will got Monofeo county Thoro woro 10O I will do is or appoars to be tho setirot of one up for you in typo to Christian Unity and all this and send you a plat of additions tho motive that prompted Howard four baptisms to sot tho fraud on foot Ho had your land and go soo this laud and The funerals of throo children of tho Sheriffs office in viow and woll examine same the timber etc for Samuel Byrd will bo preached on knew tho profits that tho office ono vear for 15 in advance I would dorive from thosaloof theso will assist you in making sale of tho 4th Sunday in this month by said land All tho Magoffin county G C Byrd and Eldor J A Howard fraudulent lands brother-in-lands aro good farming lands un Â¬ on Fills Branch near Goodwins In 1898 Howard and his being in full possession derlaid with good coal Wo have Chopol Dinner will bosorvodon law of tho Sheriffs office whoro thoy a good prospect for a railroad in tho ground Everybody invited would be bonoficiarios of tho fraud this county which if wo got will Sight Seers political vision m and John W Hammond County cross over ono corner or near your found in tho following Tho Mor- Â¬ Court Clork seeing that it was land Your taxes for this yoar gan County Mossongorgot its hood profitable to him to have the salos 1894 will not oxceod one third lovol whon it dotorminodly un Â¬ to record joined Howard in con- Â¬ tho amount thoy aro for 1893 If furled its bonnor to tho broozowith tinuing the fraud for this yonr you appoint 1110 your agont I will that namo 1898 by preparing a list of ficti Â¬ bring your land in this yoorasros- - of Sponcor Cooper insoribod on it tious lands for assossmont on a idont land and havo all these for our noxt Ropresontativo in tho much more oxtbnsivo pcalo than things straightonod up otc Legislature from this district You will soo by this lottor that Without tho Joust hositation that boforo and tho Assossor knowing it was fraudulent doclinod toplaco if ho is appointed agont ho will man Coopor with his sterling in Â¬ it on his books but on completion havo tho taxos of this party reduced tegrity and his spacious heart and of tho assossmont of the property two thirds otc copious mind is the best qualified I would rospoctfully rocommond man for this distinguished office of tho county roturnod tho fraud- Â¬ ulent list with his books to tho that tho attontion of tho grand thut can be found in our legislative County Court Clork and when tho jury of Magoffin county bo called district Night and day has found Board of Supervisors of the county to this caso also that of tho him toiling with hispon and ptoss that he may if ho that if possiblo the golden light of convoned tho County Clork doliv orod tho books of the Assessor to thinks propor bring suit for tho re- Â¬ knowledge and civilization niight thorn as the law roquiros also tho covery of tho monoy tho partios find its way through tho dismal mists and fogs of ignorance to list of fictitious lands that ho had dofraudod tho Stato out of Respectfully many homes whoro suporstition fraudulently cortifiod to tho Asses Â¬ W II Gardner has boen thoir foarful God and pov- sor and ho and Howard in somo Stato Inspoetor and Examiner orty their misfortune Through to me succoodod in way unknown gotting it ontorod on tho Assessors If your local papor has trod on tho columns of tho Hazkl Green books at u valuation of 5 por aero your toos a little in performing its Hehald knowlodgn with its rich As a mattor of courso County Clerk 1111881011 dontgotyourbackup and profits and gains has boon disuem Hammond and Doputy Shoriff abuse tho editor but stop and take mutod throughout the civilized Howard know when this land was a long breath and think for a soa world If you want good time placed on tho Assessors books that son and soo if you cant romombor crowd tho logislativo halls with sen Â¬ it would havo to bo sold by tho somo favors and kindness it has sible and brainy men bncked by Good men mk Shoriff and tho salos rocordod by shown you in tho past Thon ro good morals tho Clork Out of tho job tho flect that it may not bo long boforo good politics Give th devil th legislative halls and ho doe not Shoriff rocoived 9o2 commission jyou may want a favor again want any more territory on yvjiioh and tho for making the salos Farmers keop youroyos opon for to suppress and eiwlnvemen- County Clork was allowod 10975 This is a good tmio for Coopor be our next Reproentatv swindlers for recording thorn tho payinont of Sicuit Shkb which has boon very proporly ro thorn Soo that you do not sign anv nanora or buy gold bricks by the Auditor fusod A thrillingatoryJSrnfrQrh 4Tho Assossor is vory illiterate Subscribe for Tiik Hkrald and iu tihii on the keop posted about the sly fcllowi jms will won and had to dopond ontiroly - v I w ted Attor-noy-Gono- ral Lt appr pttt - t I SALUTED A WrlALE V Kxchango I oT iriaroi OOOWHt Miter nhlp nnil nn Occnn Mounter tourtcwics notween a Steam mnun wwVfcfl BIDHbS lvvfSSV D2 BB jr gC between this port and Now Orleans with penduluiu llko regularity Tho wr ortn of strango marine happening which her olllccra make aro about as Not long ngo she found her uniform wry into tho newspapers when Chief Ofloer llonson told about n El Norto ta a steamship which uwingsi r Drum Doecla CLOSE OF THE CRIMEAN WAR IRt ef the Treaty of Ioco ami How Tho formerly ratified treaty of ponce was brought to London by William Stuart first attache to tho llritlsh em Â¬ bassy at Paris on April 28 isrrt Sun- Â¬ day May 4 was observed us a day of general thanksgiving to almighty God for the preservation of pence und on Monday the fith it was formally pro-Â¬ claimed in London with the usual solemnities Addresses to the crown npproving of tho peace were carried in both houses of parliament on the cvoning of that day and on the 8th both houbes cordjally voted thanks to the army navy and marines employed in tho operations of tho late war The feelings entertained toward the men who fougbt and bled in tho Crimea by tho queen tho government and the people of England arc also placed on record in an excellent dispatch of Lord Panmurcs which will bu porpetuatod as lpng as the languago exists said the noble Since the period secretary of war when the army flrst quitted the shores of England there has been no vicissitude of war which it has not been called upon to encounter It was assailed by cholera shortly after its arrival iiv Turkey Then was proved that moral as well as physical courage pervaded its ranks Led to tho Held it triumphed in engagements in which heavy odds woro on tho enemys side It carried on under diiliculties almost incredible a siege of unprecedented duration in tho course of which the trying duties of tho trenches priva- Â¬ tions from strnitenod supplies and the fearful diminution of its numbers from disease neither shook its courage nor impaired it discipline Notwithstand Â¬ ing that many a gallant comrade fell in their ranks and they wore called to mount tho gallant comtnunder who led themfrom England and who closed in the Held hU npblo career as a soldier her majestys troops never llinehed from their duties nor disappointed the sanguine hopes of their country BLEACHING Trick by Which Mouth African DciilerM Dcccho tutriitii Tim discovery of diamonds in South Africa led indirectly to some clever de- colt by the dealers says tho Vail Mall itiucUu Many of tho Kouth African diamond have a utrjnv tint which has an unfavorable elTeot on tholr rrieo QHpocinliy ui cspurt believe it will be Â¬ come more decided tlo longer the Itouoa nro exposed to tho air Lottie of tho mora knowing dotilera discov ered that by subjecting tho straw tinted diamonds ton bath of certain acids tho objeotiouablc color way re Â¬ moved and tho gems taeomo puiv A number of diamonds so white treated woro sold in Paris and Merlin iind brought higher prices than they would if they had retained thoir origi- Â¬ nal color After exposure to tho nation of the nir for u certain tlmo tho original color roturni but by that timo thoy have passed out of tho dealers hamh The fraud was soon found out by the trade and they now guard nsrainst inmost tiojis of Mich a character by means of various tests Of those the must gen Â¬ erally used nro tho hot water bath olfaction If u dyed stone bo left in hot water n few minutes It resumes Its or- iginal hue or if tho gem bo rubbed sharply on a towel or oven on the coat sleeve its normal color can be de- Â¬ tected Thote tests aro simplo and ellicneioua and aro in daily use i Vcro Kocnrdoil phantom schooners which ho i served riding- in tho atmosphere oil t capo liaticras mirlm- - hn nld mii nf tlicm to tho South The boat got into harbor tho other African Mining Company for 1000000 day with Rome obscrvat ons about H0 Ima just wild the other to nn whales recorded in her logbook Capt Kng8n Hyndicatc for 1 00000 and is I TV Itetiirnml a MuHI Mllllonnlrn Henry 0 Moore formerly of Corinth Miss Iinsi jusit readied Mobile Alii from Egypt Eight yenra ngp ho left Micflisstppi n penniless and inexperienced voiitli io8Hing nothing hut grit mid love of adventure II o rcturiiH a imilti millioiniire lie lias mndo three trips entirely around the continent ninco leav Â¬ ing hi niiiive Slate and finally Bottled in South Africa lirsiu a trade with an African for twotntetsor mineral land of TOsnuart AT THE TOP And Still Climbing MTMufi fin ii which is given by printers Ink says that El Norto was logging along at- Â¬ tending to hor own business whon a big whalo suddenly appeared directly ahead and about ono mile away The locality is given as eight miles south ehst by south of tho Scotland lightship His whaloship tho second ofllccr said bended directly for El Norte and was swishing through tho water at a rate that would have been the envy of a torpedo boat Thero arc some international rules about the conduct of crnf t that aro about to meet head on but collisions with whales have not been considered Thu Second ortlcer was therefore at a loss to know just what to do The whalo relieved his perplexity by put ting his tail to starboard and going sputtering past the stoaraihlp He spouted three times ns ho went by antb not to bo outdone in courtesy tho ship dipped her Hag three times in acknowl Â¬ edgement of the oaluto Tho whalo dived reappeared again and then headed Town tho coast prob Â¬ ably to 1111 tin engagement as sea ser Â¬ pent of Long llranch Tho engines of El Norto which had been slowed began to sob again and tho rest of the story is not worth printing N Y Times Â¬ wuwfc cnrott to Englnnsl tO CIH0 tllOdCHl ho docs not come into this story at all lie will tnkctwoof Ins Alidinmn nieces s ft t t r The second officer who will have noth Â¬ iuiwes uuiio mm Monro wun nun uo ing to do with that sort of distinction gave tlicm 0000 eneh as a present sjl iunu jj ua rnBKt I Never content to keep com- pany with the slow pace set by its country cousins though always in sympathy with em a ir Our citizens to tho number of two or three hundred gathered on the burnt district here on hiHt Monday afternoon nt two oclock to witness the exhibition made by the Cincinnati Tin and Jupnii Fire Extinguisher Co The test wns given under the personal iMipCrviyion of Mr Herman D Wells president of the company of Cincinnati and Mr W V Snyder the local ngent of Georgetown Ohio and was satisfactory in every reapeet clearly demonstrating tho Stem pie Extinguisher to be one of the best methods yet devised or invented for the controlling of fire 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 test were thoroughly satisfied that the Stemplo will do all and more than is claimed for it The headquarters of tiic company are S E Cor Sycamore and Canal Sts Cincinnati Winchester Ohio Herald Â¬ lut Out hi JtiMt Tun Second THE HERALD put its mark at the topmost pinnacle of country journalism and week after week has labored to reach the goal of its ambition How thorough- Â¬ ly it has accomplished that for task is told in the hundreds of tributes paid it by tho press 0f the country and the warm hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The English damsel in Dev- Â¬ onshire the New England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical crcole of Louisiana and last but -not least j our own mountain pinks allj indeed Fff jl Â¬ K the YoVYH fJ Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties Tho DIhcumMoii Was Adjourned Sitnckr CooiKit Hael Green Ky V MISTAKEN GHOST It Did tho Apprnriuiro Act All Right Hut A Mario u Mine SihitlHl Ion Some people am always having pro hentiipanti said a Cincinnati man ro coJiUy and always mako it a point DIAMONDS Â¬ 3 f to stoor clear of such uncanny folks I never had but one aiid us that ended ii nothing at all 1 am alwaysveady to tell it to people when Theartaem talking about their superstitions One hot summer afternoon I went to my room to lie down had no disposition to sleep and In fact was never wider awake in my life The rest of the family were all in a distant part of the house Ah I lay there alone trying to cool oit thero suddenly appeared at the open door an object that seemed like my Idea of what tho angel of death would be It approached the bed on which I lny and placing two arrows crosswise over riy heart said in a hollow but perfectly audible voice I will not tak e ou now I jll call for you Sent ember -- J Then it disappeared as suddenly as It came I aroso fim tho bed with great beads of perspiration down my face and must confess that 1 wsis thorough ly seared but I had sense enough not to relate my experience to any of the family until tiftor tho day set by tho object of my taking off It so hap pened that on September 0 I was a passenger on a Mississippi river steam Â¬ boat and 1 freely acknowledge that I felt a good deal shaky until tho day was numbered among the thing of Yours have passed since the past then and hero I am a pretty lively specimen yet What was the appari Â¬ I am sure I tion dont know and have long since given up trying to ex Â¬ plain it Dont try to toll mo that it was a dream for 1 was as wide awake at tho tlmo as I am at this minute be Â¬ sides I have tho arrows that were laid across my breast securely looked up in a trunk at home St Louis tJlobc Democrat Â¬ Â¬ I hate to see n woman with rings in her ears exclaimed tho good deacon they aint natural If it was intended for women to wear them she would have been born with holes in her esirs The lirst woman didnt wear rings Ill be bound No remarked the quiet little man in the corner not nothing eKe The discussion was adjourned without delay j You can relieve that headache you have by buying a box of Megrimine at Tim IlKitAii ouicc It will only cost dO cents and i sold on a positive guarantee Tim mid Ill Will Tight lor 811000 Corbctt and Fitzniminons have been notched to light to si finish at the Florida Athletic club Jacksonville Florida for a purse of 11000 and 10000 a side any tiilie after July 1S5 It will probably take in the fall of next year and the date is left to the choice ot the Â¬ Â¬ 1 i i JFjlHP J tf 1 III 11 c v- uhrvvwdtvvi is i at in rrrwn At l- i l atlt5 TunniT u rue irpouun -- tr A I If I tf b 1 - mi mio uuii uisj cuntuiita ui us linoos woftk aftov wpoIc si no x j nJBSJKMk ADVERTISIMO i tRvil h COLUMNS song ot love Nor is this all A Eroncli humor1C Sftmo - club Every mother should know that croup enn be prevented Thc firt symptom of tine croup is lufiieness Tliis is Ad lowed by a peculiar cough If Cham Â¬ berlains Cough Uemedy is given freely as soon us the child becomes hoarse or oven after the odugh lins developed it will prevent thoattiiek 2o and 50 cent bottles fur Mile by John M IJoho How Much Would It II If you should take a horo to a black--initand tell him that you wanted him shod all round and that you would givo him 1 cent for the first nail diivon then double the amount for each nail until th 2 are driven what would the amount be h rife i ist traveling in America at MLm traded by a perusal of its pages draws a pen picture ot its niulli inorits in his- own language and thus it reaches every homo in the vine clad fVZl KdB hills of France So popular m was the st6ryx Jonathan and His Continent that it was v translated into overy tongue n spoken by man lrIence from ik r ity hemisphere to hemisphere and listm v pm - 5X jot The merchant who does not advertise ro m may keep on hand thai is what he will do a good stock of goods but buyers do not know it and they go elsewhere Thero is no medicine so often needed in every homo and so admirably adapted to tho purposes for which it is intended pole to pole w MB ar asm i zTri a rjg Iszr HERAL1 itTTSi SS J THE HERALD of Hazel Green is a household word Thus it is also a ne- Â¬ cessity to the wide awake business man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may Â¬ NATIONS IN REVIEW EGYPTIAN CUSTOM It Mystlllcil llcroilotuft Hut Modern luvcs tlRHtlou Fully KxpluliiH It More than ono thousand years ago Herodotus observed a remarkable cus Â¬ tom in Egypt says Prof llrummond At a certain season of tho year says tho Washington Post tho Egyptians wont into tho desert cut off brunches from tho wild palm and bringing them back to their gardens waved them over tho flowers of tho date palm Why thoy performed this ceremony thoy did not know but they know that If thoy neglected it tho date crop would bo poor or wholly lost Herodotus offers tho quaint explana- natlon thnt ulong with these branches there came from the desert certain Hies possessed of n viviflo virtue which tiomohow lent tin exuberant fertility to tho dates Hut tho true rationale to tho incantation is now explained Palm trees llko human bolngs are raalo and female Tho garden plants tho dnto bearers wcro females tho desert plants were- males and the wav Â¬ ing of tho branches over tho females meant tho transference of the fertiliz- Â¬ ing pollen from one to tho other AN -1 permission of the government In Hungary it is tho custom for tho groom to givo tho bride a kick after the wedding ceremony to mako her feel her tnibjeatlon 1 Persia the women of fashion paint black circles around each ojo and onia mont tho cheeks with ligures of vnrVous mall animals bugs etc FOR Glass coffins aroused in Russia Austin and nro groat eluss players Pkksiah navy consists of ono vessel Egyptians considered it unhealthy to wash a child till it was ono year old LMPOltTATioNof patent medicines into Turkey is forbidden by law Fumy one third of tho female popu lation of Franco are laborers on farms CinrtMAX post oflloo employes are not permitted to marry without tho special Â¬ rheumatism or neuralgia quieted The severe pain of a burn or scald promtly relieved and the soro healed in much less time than when medicine has to ho sent for A sprain may be promptly treated beforo inilanimation sets in which in sures a cure in about one third of tho timo otherwiso required Cuts and bruises should receive immediate treatment beforo tho parts hecoino swollen wliich can only bo dono when Pain Halm is kept at hand A soro throat may ho cured before it becomes serious Â¬ as Chamberlains Pain Balm Hardly a week passes but some member of the family has need of it A toothache or head aeho may bo cured by it A totioh of Â¬ 7W HP fill their coffers with cash have their advertisements dis- Â¬ played in its columns from timo to time Wo might go fc applying it twico a day for a week or two A lamo back may be cured and several days of valuable time saved or a pain in the sido or chest rclioved with- on and tell of other qualities out paying a doctor bill Procure a 50 cent bottle at oneo and you will never it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ regret it For salo by John M Rose Â¬ A troublesome corn may bo removed by Tiik men would look pretty with luce sowed around thoir shirt neoks and it would bo a groat saving in laundry bills v Wniexaboy gof s oit west hunting and wdWflihow that he has killed a deer h oak fol hi yiather but ho cant tool liM lWir AwniKon uiuimj -- JMMER DAYS JtVTin regularly and often Eat lightly of meat and moro freely of vegetables and fruits Dont use milk as an article of diet too freely It tends to derango tho liver Avoin oxcess of pastry but dont be so foolish us to avoid all the good things of lifo Nkvku eat heartily when overheated and never tnko n brisk walk in the sun immediately after eating 11k steadfast in taking regular exor idse out of doors ovary day preferably In tlio early morning or oool of tho evening Hello Jnck remarked Uorcas mo John responded J Frost advanced woman who writes a nowadays has a hero named Jack just dont want to bo classed with crowd bids Call Suffice to say it is to Kino Every novel such n newspapcrdom what Domino to the turf world and f is law II THAT VIpEDoriv TntREARE OVER 1 2100 I would rather trust that medicine than any doctor I know of says Mrs I Initio Mason of Clinton Carter county Mo in speaking of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrluva remedy For salo by John M Hose Bee of its class of Louisville beforo tho assignment lias brought suit for 150000 for salary nod expenses A few more subscriptions will bo taken at 1 a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ Charles A Van Audcr manager for tho Columbian FirelnsuranceCompanv ments at roasonablorates A SPENCEIt COOrEB Hnzol Green Ky tmt - - I -- V - ot JBWfc A -r- V J I IUfliwuiai iimimnp fe u i ncjn HAIL FORMED BY TORNADOES Tho Result of Whirlwind In the Atmos Â¬ indefinite but in most cases a prcnt height above the surfnce of the eurth and that it is commonly precipitated when storms are raging has prevented any direct observation of the process of freezing tho vapor of the atmosphere into ice pellets or large masses and whut has been decided regarding the phenomena of hailstorms is almost wholly tho work of theory and logic Nevertheless some points are pretty clearly established In the first place hail is the result is a rule of whirling or tornado lilce storms There may be no whirling on the surface of tho earth but according to the Cleveland Leader it seems cer Â¬ tain that in the higher regions of the air where hail is formed there is al Â¬ ways an atmospheric disturbance re- Â¬ sembling what is commonly called a cyclone when it sweeps the ground A curious indication of the soundness of this conclusion was to bo noted the other afternoon when tho storm whioh wrought such havoc with skylights had passed by Out over the lake there was a great mass of cloud very high and dark which had the form of an oval race track of enormous propor- Â¬ tions It might easily have been iifty miles in length and two thrdr that distance in width The formation of the cloud mass was notceably such as might have resulted from the violent whirling around a movin center of the whole bulk of cloud vaprr The ap Â¬ pearance of the sky was thoroughly in harmony with the accepted theory of the formation of hail It is believed that the nucleus of a large hailstone is usually a bit of snow or snow lilro ice which falls from tho snow strata or level above the rain level into the lat- Â¬ ter and is caught up with a cloud of raindrops and mists into the higher freezing regions of the atmosphere by the force of a whirlwind The rain and water in the form of mist which clings to the snow nucleus or touches it as it is whined swiftly up into the intense cold freezes around it as clear and solid ice COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON IImw - -- Iar Aliovo tho inrth The fuct that hnil Is formed ut phere nn 7 I packed and shipped all over the coun Â¬ try It was a novel sight to me and one in which I took a great deal of The fish ore caught in nets interest and carried in boats to the factory noie iney nri mrovtii unon si tir anil no in neapu u ioiituiu ur ru in a You can see huge fish among pile them that weigh from thirty to iixty poundOno Chinaman will seize a salmon and with a dextrous blow of a big knife ovcr its head with one stroke another workman then grabs it rid lah i off the finu and disembowels iL It i then thrown into a vat where tho bloovi soaks out and 1 tell you they bleed like a stuck pig Af tor cut into the fish wshin ciun plnngod into brine tttil stuffed into cans the bones first being ro luoved The topi of the cans which have a small hole in them are then soldered on and five or six hundred of I hem at a time arc plunged into boiling walor where they remain until the heat ha- - expelled all the air Then the little airhole in tho lop of he lid is soldered up and the salmon is ready for market rc-pnU- -d tho ChiiiiMO Worknirn Cut Up 1rr piitM imtl Cnn thn IIhIi i acre is plenty On a rsQuut trip to tho Pacific ofuu wmi mjuh uic out fuel on said Walter Stodman i New have cloggedbut the ashes and clinkera oast the drafts Shake out the York drummer to the St Louis Slobe debris thus opening the drafts and the Democrat I paid a visit to ono of tho fire will burn again with all its normal largo canning factories in Oregon vigor Exactly so with the human system whoro tho Columbia river salmon nro John W Armstrong D D D LL - The Fire is Smouldering rr W President of tho Now York State- Normal School after recovering from a or poncril iiouillt y writes Dr Former oar Ulooil and Liver I11IU Norvo n1fc HIC luuu recovery uiioxcHiicnuMiect inoxpoult ius my I wuutauothor bottle LINGERING SICKNESS kiij Dr Fcnncrs Blood nnd Liver Itemedj and Norvo Tonic never falls It Is a Pino Alterative Ncrvo Tonic and He ctdratlvo Compound Snrsapnrllla-Mandrnko-Prlnccj j ERITTISH DRUMMERS Sotno Minor Difference from tho Ameri Â¬ can Commcrciitl Truvoler 1 I HOOKED A BEE MARTEN lie tJt when I was trout iihing last year up in northern New York said Andrew Bishop of Bridgeport Conn to a Washington Star man The fish were very wary the stream was narrow and the pools were but lightly bordered with bushes or cover of any kind con Â¬ sequently when I would reach a prom- Â¬ ising looking spot I wwuld get as far from the bank as possible and at the Name time IO able to drop my fly over in the water I had followed his plan with poor success getting only one c two strikes in asnianyhourwiion sud- Â¬ denly my line began to run out with a whirr No trout had ever carried off a fly for me in such a way before and I was nonplussed but in a moment 1 saw that it was not a fish that was mnkinp my reel sing Rising from the surface of the stream and llvinrr a novo it was a bee marten which had gobbled my fly as I cast it over tho bank and ho was making away with it The bird soon had nearly all my line out and not earing to lose itI began to play bin j 1 would play a fish I lo struggle A gam jly I tell you but the hook had caught in his beak and held him firmly At last after a full hour of fighting the bird fluttered helplessly to the ground and I released him You may think thats a fish story but its true HE TAUGHT HER A LESSON One Wifo Will Not Apuln Troublo Any Â¬ body for a Spool of Stllc One summer tho wifo of a Chicago man went to one of the resorts At the end of a week she found that her black silk had given out so she wrote her husband to find a spool of it in the Was Fishing for Trout But tiota JJito of Another Sort A strange thing happened to me The commercial traveler in England is little different from his American health brother pursuing the same line of pol Â¬ Including solf poiso to tho nervous sys icy in getting there so far aV secur Â¬ tem and both sweetness of breath and dising trade is concerned says Hardware position Mis invariable rule however is that It is speedy in its action Improvement his first price given to a local merchant beginning as soon as tho first doso Is swalis his last and- only one There is no lowed going in the morning with an offer And as certain as tho law of gravitation and then in the afternoon with an ex- Â¬ i Note tho high standard of testimonials tra inducement to make the trade In circular nt drug stores and around This being the invariable rule it saves bottles much labor and apprehension in the i They aro such as only tho highest order mind of the buyer that he has not done or merit could command voluntary offerso well as he could have done with ings from tho cottage princely palaces more diplomacy nnd offices of State Everything is done for the comfort Recording cures of cases more gravo and of the traveler and at the hotels a complicated than ever hertoforo success- special department called tho com- Â¬ mercial room is sot apart for his ex fully reached by medicine Sample Free clusive use In this room smoking is Satisfaction guaranteed proMbited until nine p m a place be- Â¬ Mothers Ouo fomth ui all the children born ing devoted to that purpose at other uto wmiintho tirt your Save your child by ItcopliuKits stomach und bowet healthy by times The traveler takes his meals the use of Dr Feuners Sennatorla the in the commercial room the dinner be Â¬ bebt child laxative and corrective known ing not aHiir in which all travelers Dr Formers Soothing Syrup in the house generally participate Allays Irritation and gives refreshing sleep The oldest man is tit the head of the table and is called the president while Dr Fcnncrs Worm Svrun Ttinnirlit irn at the foot is the youngest man and worms from our child SirsShcrIckElldaO he ib lei metl vice president Â¬ Â¬ i i Cures biliousness headaches constipation dyspepsia Irritability sleeplessness tho blues swcUed glands All blood Impurities skin disease scrofula ague dizziness dull and achy tired stomach nnd bowel disoidcrs blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offensive breath It docs theso great cures because M physics from tho blood liver and tissues all the impurities nshes and debvs as It were Without weakening but all tho whiu strengthening Instead It causes tho Lh or to throw off its Bile It cleans out tho entire alimentary canal stomach and bowels alike ridding thorn of all effete oflcnsivo und slimy mucus worms and other vermin Restoring sleep uppetlte flesh strength comfort freshness and bloom In a word Â¬ I rmm- - 4- - FttTWaqcuJ w imflw -- v BLACKSMITH AND WAGON Hazel Green Kv MAKER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON I BUILD CALL AND GET PRICES I 9WVrtrtrtrtrt YJH JL I iKS JjJi J i VV DICALKIt J IP waSTr If jj C S p3tfNVlTrcS iimiiiisoiik ML JlPUWlLiLS CAMPION tffiiNoMOMs IN iJJilOSi4 KENTUCKY the Ladies of Wolfe und the surrnnndiiiK eounrv to rail mill oo the line oi m aimi k IJIUS3 liuuiw lie Hits pint rvefivfii liifimifiig all the fashionable fabrics und Paris patterns and prints hetddes an endless ariety nt Notions inelndin nil of the latest styles in Lnos ItihlioiiH Ac ifcu He aiio earries n large line ut cheap medium and high grade J- K- MLJ L H- Iiich he is selling ur low er pricey than anybody MrfLXl JL JL WLJ JtrC-iZL-- 5 Purchase of him and save money 8 The actual Herman Hmjeror and not Emperor of Germany Tho German empire is a confederacy eonjutin of four king Â¬ dom five fraud duchie five dvl Lt seven priiicipaliliesaiid four free cities Within iU own limits each a to i a sovereign except as tojts army and it power of coining1 money and imposing duties in which matters tho imperial government controls as well as in all Willie inn Tltlf DrFennorsFAMUvSull Rheum Olntmont liest for skin erupt Ions Plies Sores Cutsotc M For sale title cf Wilhelm II is Day Hazel bv John Ky Itose and Mr Lou Green kwvwxwxvkm - Ul MBl YOU WANT A WATCH international matters DEALERS IN trouble and he resolved to teach her a lie thought that with a little effort she might have found some silk ut the summer resort that would have answered her purpose Well he bought a gross of spool silk and pnt it in a drawer of his desk The next time she left town she found a spool of black silk under her plate nt the place where she took her first meal and ever since then she has been followed by a spool of silk oven to Europe Wherever she may stop she finds the spool at her plate or on her dresser She has learned lesson That night it struck himasabsurd that she should have put him to all that lower drawer of tho bureau and send it on The dutiful husband spent three solid hours one hot day before he found tho missing spool Of course it was not where his wife had said it was After he had changed his saturated linen the man went down and sent the spool by registered mail to his wife the lesson ECHOES OF THE FAIR Tin firemen of Walla Walla Wash have elected as honorary members tho firemen who perished in tho cold H storage flro in Chicago Ckicvoo street cars carried 04000000 Livery Feed and Sale Stable persons during tho six months of the HAZEL GREEN KY uxistisneo of tho worlds fair On Oc t Chicago day they carried tober rirDoublo and Single 702000 people Rigs and Saddle Horsea Tin temple which was such a confor hire Parties convey spicuous part of tho Ceylon exhibit at ed to any point on reason uble terms tho worlds fair was rccontly sold nt estiauction for 2800 Its value is Itirl will also attend to all cnlls for nuc mated at 25000 It will bo fitted up lonccring and solicit basinets of this kind us a summer cottage at Lake Geneva Iteapectfully tc JOHN II PIERATT Wis BRIEF VALUABLE HlNTG It ir said that cucumber peels will kill cockroaches Wood ashes arc excellent to clean discolored table ware To niMovrc cg stains on silver rub with salt on a damp cloth Watkii standing in a room a good disinfectant as it absorbs all impuri ties llrKACUET sponger are the safest to use as tho bleaching process disinfects them Potato ks cooked in the skins contain more nutriment than if peeled before boiling Stkki knives may bo cleansed by rub bing with a raw potato dipped in fine brickdust Foil nausea scorch some rice pour boiling water over it and drink as hot ns possible LIBRARIES OF THEVYORLD Tnnnn are 1700000 volumes credited to the British museum giving it sec Â¬ ond place Fiust on the list in point of size is the Hibllothequc Nntionale in Paris with 22M000 volumes Tub Horlin library and the Imperial library of Russia are about equal euch owning 1000000 volumes Tub library of congress contains t58000 bound volumes nnd 230000 pamphlets being the fifth largest in the world Tin new nationul library building at Washington to be completed in threo years will cost 86000000 Forty miles of shelves of steol costing 90000 will be used i- jyySFjh 4 oop Or unything in tho Jowelry Jims Jot mo know it I will fur- Â¬ nish you goods worth llie money mid YOU willhavoaiAitANTEK nt homo whoro yon am use it Hospoct fully Geiera U H oRvTV wT TI IE JEWELER wcif KKL Morgan County Ky tfEITZ WITJI - Kw r WJ Mercb Â¬ PUREST W M KERR CO AND BEST LESS THAN HALFTHC use lOIIIlKllS IN Hardware Agricultural Implements I RONTON Â¬ PRICt SOLD OF OTHER BRANDS 0 HALVBSI0QUARTERS54 IN CANS ONLY CAN I OBTAIN A rtTKNTt For prompt onwnr atxi un uoncft opinion wrlto to M DN V CO who hiivo bad noarlr tthr years experience In tho patent bunlneM Communica Â¬ tions trictlr confidential A llniiilliniik of In-Â¬ formation concerning lntriu and ho it to ob Â¬ tain them cent free Also a catalogue Of mechan- Â¬ ical and scientific books seat free Co rccclro Patents taken through Jtunn special notlrelnthoHclentlllc Aniertcnu and thus are brought wldoljr boforetho publlowlth out coit to tho Inrenmr This splendid paper leeuedweoldr oleffuntlyllhiptrnted lion br fur the larvcst circulation of any scientific work In the world 8t a rear Sample conies sent frco llulldlntr Edition monthly MJWb year Blnitle copies Ja cents Krery number contains beau- Â¬ tiful pistes In colors and pbotoirraphn of new houcos with plans enabling builders to show the latent dcalim and secure contracts Addrens it Live Stock SEND FIFTY Country CENTS AND ron a Triut months T9 TMC tuicnirn -- Produce aOT DONT No 1 Louisville Times rTKHiKW THE UnlOMTCBT AND fAfCB N THE SOUTH BfT MUNN v C- - r Youk atil BlIOAUWAT J PIERATT FOR FORGET THE PLACE Latest Market QUotatlona Latest State Ntcws All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCOLATIOH IK THE SOOTI Â¬ fmitim CATAIOOUKS MIMJTMi LKTTK1CIIKADS liNVKLOlKM Custom House Block 30000 Or AND OVER DAILY JO OKNT0 J HAZKL GREEN KY Â¬ Â¬ 4k XAiii fK that on ii tie l with tjpe BtitljiHierCHllHt Mi in- - YJr JMrOWTTMC by Mull tk JHO A HALDEMAN UtJufW THE HERALD OFFICE KT BfflJ8fflSm Mahaw MS rURTH AVKNOE LOUISVIULK KKHTUOKY HAZKL GUKEK J mM WjJJmam awn- - iiMifftftMM4jaaMigSJMBMBMIJMM iSi3Ctl - TTV t f WWPtA - Tf t MB Mim v- W TSDB BEERAE SPENCER COOPER - Wv U- - SSb- V Wx wflVI7nlL A BfH MfismB QNSSEJ Zvamm MrH - ff cJy ri HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday October 18 1894 secure twenty six miles of main lino of railroad in our county and the bonds or Editor A Curd to Um VotorH of Morgan County the gnsb derived from thoir sale is not to GKNTlitiMHNAccording to tlioofliclnl be delivered until after such railroad is settlements made by tho Sheriff on rcc- - completed and in operation Now having demonstrated that Morgan ord in tho office of the County Clerk the 25 i tax IovIch Jon county vuitr osns during county unaided coqld payoff tho 000 in nine years I propose to ehow you yearn are IHHmIvJ th past fyur 1601 7701 02 next week what the results would bo if 18H2 OfKH 1M tho railroad was in operation and tho I ft J C - QUESTION OF FIQURES 1 W5 1 V 1 is ii 1 l4 of VkHo tit t W-- k Jr r it DEMOCRATIC TICKET r For Congress -- Short Term Hon W M BEGKNER Of Clark County For Congres- s- Long Term Hon JO- - AfL Of Floyd County KENDALL For County Judge 0 T CENTER For County Attorney A County Ticket II STAMPER IJ For County Ohrk For Sheriff J 110LLON I A For Assessor T COM S M JOHN R 110 BBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY Vico Prosidont Stovonson spokn to ii ciowd of J 500 pooplo at Paris For Jailor JEFF ROSE fed K on Monday afternoon IIo is putting in ovory day for Demo Â¬ cratic success and has largo crowds whorovor ho goos 111 Fears aro ontortainod by shipping mon of PortTownsond Wash that tho sloamor Ivanhoo has boon lost off Capo Flattory as wroekngo was soon near that place and sho is ovor twonty days out from Soattlo Col Lamont Secretary of War is responsible for tho annouueo mont that Prosidont Clovoland dn eiros the olection of Sonator David 11 Hill as Governor of Now York If this bo truo Mr Clevoland is oven a bigger man than tho coun Â¬ try givos him oroditof boing as ho smothors porsona fooling for parly success Within tho last wook William B Allison William McKinley Tlios B Hood and David B Hill havo boon choorod as tho noxt Prosi Tlioro would ho something flout alarming in this woro it not for tho fact that tlioro is a wido differ Â¬ ence botwoen boing cheorod as tho noxt Prosidont and boing tho noxt Prosidont t Gov McKinloy will addross tho pooplo of Now Orltians oiv tho JOtlvH inst and tliQ subjeqt of his har 7070 00 coal mines being worked To bo ready to appreciate the force and Totnl 20011 00 effect of my next Question of Figures From such levies there have been paid 1 request you to familiarize yourselves out tho aum of 2000 on account of the with tho following taken from the offi new jail and 12000 on account of tho cial records bridges across Licking River and Elk VALUATION OF MOItOAX COUNTY Fork making a total of 11000 of extra- Â¬ 1801 147060000 ordinary expenditures an averago of 1802 150970200 189j iio4oooo 3005 for such four years and leaving a 1891 125000000 balanco of 16282 for usual expenses or lkvikh koii rorsTV TAXKS an averago of 3820 per year With tho 1891 770192 099025 levy lately made tho extra expenses of 1892 1891 757082 the county are ended on improvements 1891 707000 already made and the county will be out which includes the poll tax of debt IlVIKH IOlt hTATi TANKS On tho basis of an exactly similar rate 1891 021419 050275 and valuation for the future as in 1803 1892 1891 551581 and 1804 and not allowing lor an in- 1891 531250 crease of any kind in either taxable TANKS IOlt MOItOAX COUNTY 1391011 property or adult malo population tho 1891 1358300 poll tax and county lovy would produce 1892 1893 1312203 each year a county revenue of 7570 1891 1298250 Section 174 of the new constitution Deducting from that sum the amount of the averago extraordinary county reads All property whatever owned by expenses during the past four years would remain a sun lus in the natural persons or corporations shall be there taxed in proportion to ifs value unless treasury of 4005 per year exempted by this constitution and all A proposition is to be voted on at the corporate property shall pay the same election on tho Gth of November as to rate of taxation paid bv individual propwhether or hot tho Fiscal Court shall bo erty I am sincere in advocating the issue of authorized to issue county bonds of 25 these bridge bonds under a contract that By some the 000 for bridgo purposes the rights and interests of k objection is made that such indebtedness will protect tho county because of my belief after would ruin the county I offer for your consideration some investigation that Morgan county will calculations which prove that without bo greatly benefitted it the Ohio Kenany increase in our taxes and without tucky railroad is built If it can be proven to me that it would any addition to tho taxable property or population of our county we ean on tho damage our county to have such railroad basis of an averago of tho first four years on the proposed terms T would be as pay off the principal and interest of 25 much in opposition as I am now strongly 000 or bonded indebtedness within nine in favor of ouraidi gin building bridges years after tho tinio the bonds would that could be used jointly by tho general begin to carry interest and havo left in public and tho railroad with the total the county treasury nearly 2000 in faturo cost of maintenance and repair to bo paid by the railroad company money Ko far there has not been a logical obFinsT Tho county rcvenuo would bo jection presented why every voter should 7070 per year Srcoxn Tho ordinary county expen- Â¬ not be in favor of authorizing our Fiscal Court to ksuc the 25000 of bonds ses would be 3820 per year should they decide to incur such indebt Â¬ Tumid This would leave a surplus in the county treasury of 3850 per year edness Your fellow citizen W W M GUIKE Fourth Tho interest on 25000 issue of bonds at tho rate of 0 pur cent PROGRAM OF TEACHERS ASSO- CIATION be 1500 would Futh Deducting the 1500 interest To IIo li1 tit IIii7tl CritiMi ICy Satinluy Ortolinr U7 IHI money from tho 3850 of surplus would KxereNos beyin t 10 oclock a m leavo a balanco of 2350 Invocation C K Fronch Now if this balance should be applied Minutes of session held September 22 by to paying oil tho bonds after two years Seeretary tho result would be Itnll Call of Teachers 1st Year Cash puvmont 2J0 Address Superintendent A l llynl Interest on 2W0 lit WalUs and Talks with my lupiln a paper 2il YearCasli payment 2if0 1804 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lulM I 4 1 I J A When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Olothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTH- Â¬ ING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ t X i Â¬ MWMW4 tF jxiH iW Â¬ xmrnsumsia ll W BIS tJ 1 ife 1 Trt To - thk Tkade ov Eastern Kextitky would say tiuit wo havo rocyived tho largest stock of btouk 11 Nti j 1 1811 Payoff 3il 1000 of bonds Year Surplus Interest on surplus Jteilueeri bond iulurusL Cash payment 11000 I II f Ufitut HkVII Vlb 811 ro 210 C 2350 1313 Minnie Day How Teach Pupils Xeatneisand Tidiness Mallie James Tho lsscntials of Cicography Lilburn rah am Teaching Numbers Shiloh Swango Tho Teacher at Home Logan Linden 1 Lvor brought to his spclion for our Fall trade and bought thorn as cheap as tho cash could buy thorn so wo aro oilorin thorn for 8S6 Than ovor boforo lieard of and would kindly solicit your inspoction of thoso goods or wnto for prices Wo aro soiling Ilea tin Stoves from 250 up and Cooks from 58 up Our stock all along tho lino is U Pay off 4th Yeas - of bonds 181 t t llruce Stamper John Noon Roughs AKTKUXOON Tutt Surplus UllHtvltlkl MO Pi Jluihicuil boml Interest Cash nuymontitj 20 120 DiscuRslon of Fractions U350 S32S0 280 17 Applications of bou I OCLOCK II C Quioksall Percentage J W Taul p Pay off 3000 of bonds Houiet ICash Punctuality a paper Mrs N Â¬ 5th Year Surplus Interest on surplus lleduecd bond interest Cash payment Maps and Map Drawing 000 sall Florence Quiok In tho way of Quoonswaro Glassware Tin Â¬ ware otc and our prices 2350 3247 247 15 p K ky TO3J00O of boiida tith Year rnnguo will douotloss bo J4Tho Hardships of tho Louisiana Sugar Planter Sinco tho Democratic Party As thoy Cut Off His Bounty only got about 20000000 from f ho loar pooplo last yoni thoy aro now in soro listross -- Surplus Interest on surplus Ucduced bond interest Cash payment 780 2350 3 Pay off 3000 of bonds 7th Year Surplus Interest on Mirnlus Uedueed bond interest Cash pnymonf 392 23 11410 235 37 5 725 15 Pay off 3000 of bonds 8th Year Surplus - John Shonnnu said a fow days since I am not uonv- and novo An Avas au oxtremo protectionist - Practical Grammar Millard Rrown trado solicited What a Child Should Knowlleforo Kuter Ing School a paper Kdith Clark A Study of Morels m II Cord CC6 Advantages of Joint Inntftutes discussion 11 F Quioksall Meuofeo county JRDe- WVOOK nusk Morgan county C K French Powell county J S Adams Mrtgoftin county Themeetitig Will behold in tho Chapel of IhuoVtlroun Academy AU tho tonchers of tho county arp earnestly Invited to bo pres out All whoso names appear on tho pro gram and all who aro in this district must attend ami innht havo something to say llurty Professors and Instructors Eiuht Convene nf Trustees mid patrons aro Invited to bo follows Agricultural Scientific Biological present Committkk ARE LOWER THAW THE LOWEST Your wwwwo W W REED Mt Sterling Ky State College of Kbjtudky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 Â¬ Jtuduceilboiiil interest Cash payment lateresron surplus 1110 2350 4230 230 15 i l t improssion prevails that tho Mc Â¬ Kinloy law was tho culmination of oxtrome protection in this country and that thoso who framod sup Â¬ ported and onaotod it woro oxtromo protectionists but tho Sonator ap Â¬ Xieara to havo oxolusivo informa No du tion that thoy woro not tiof ho continued should boJuv iod for protection that nro not Formal com Â¬ needed for revenue mendation of th Ohio Governors tariff oannofcUke tho sting out of on muuu ot bonus 0th Year Surplus Interest on surplus Itcilueed bond interest Cash payment ray 2350 1380 Ml v - It 3775 Of this tho United States claims uV Pay off last 2000 of bonds and thero 000000 Ilritlsh Islands 3S000000 nml romaina for tho couuty a surplus of 1 Cnuntln 4000000 J 775 YK8T IsniKS British Oulnn etc 1 Tho abovo i not a theory but a mat 500000 Australasia 4000000 South tor of mathematics based on existing Africa India and other colonics 2500 facts and it h not opou to argument or 000 Tiiuuk hundrod years ago tho adverse criticism excepting as to wheth Â¬ peoplo resided principal- Â¬ er there nro errors in the calculations ly on the British Isles how English is And if must be remembered thattheso spoken moro or less in nearly ovory bonds are not to be iwued uulew we j country it THE LANGUAGE WE SPEAK Thk Kngllsli Istobecomo universal It Is increasing it la estimutcd fully 2000000 unnunUy Tiuisi cimtiirlea ago less than 3000 000 people spoUe tho Knglish tongue Ik nil parts of tho globe over HSOOO 000 pooplo at tho present tlmo employ chan cal Engineering Veterinary appointeos week in private families wiStoU JAS K PATTERSON Ph 2 f For catalogues D SulrftsM- School County 225 awnlv to President KY ubAiNCTON MERCHANTS JOB W WHOLESALE 137 and 139 Race Street T Big jjhvcs in m LOT ONtv - HOUSE fyjgc Cincinnati Ohio ng Qhmwim sums fflL t Sond for our Prico List SASS EW fxrmeViJr MNM Irv 15 mtminmv ELULS wrvWfilF VH V t Willi in 1111 HESJ SSIB SKHRAXi For Shoriff -- IjSl are authorized to announce SAM HENRY WILSON m n candidate for shrrMl iT WTnlfjt ttnlttitv ulllllunt itlit ti ftin ltll if the people at the pofls In November 1S1M Vo mm road ovory artlclo on each ot luo eight pagos You will ilnd all tlio local nows that way You should ffiBMrVlnt the aS rnFTnTif Tt i 11 1 lin nd if you want all flood things It contains H C Ilord of this place left Monday tfor Clark county on business John Brewer of Grassy is suffering with a bonefellon on his thumb Eldor J T Pieratt will preach at Dnysboro on Sunday nt 1030 a m Thero will bo services at the Christian church Sunday Prof Cord will talk in the morning and Elder Pieratt nt night 1 Tho Lynching oi Mardoror Morton Tho Benttyville Fair eluded Saturday afternoon and tho occasion wna rendered memorable by Opcur Morton murdering Shorifl Himms The Sheriff was nttompt- ing to arrest Morton on a charge of dis i conduct at the Fair Morton drew two pistols from his hip pockets and began firing Tho officer received three wounds and died in twenty min utes The murderer was taken to jail and Sunday morning a mob of one hun Â¬ dred proceeded to tho prison nud very orderly demanded Morton and upon the threat of using dynamite the Jailer turned his prisoner over to them They went to n nearby bridge and quietly hung Morton Tho murderers father was camped near the scene of the lynching but so quietly was it done that he knew nothing of it for several hours Morton killed 11 young man named Wilson of Â¬ Mi fw 1 i WRegular 10 a 111 2 WSViORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Monls to order at nil hours 111 OirO tfUIUS Monls 25 cbnts to Q p m SupporfromJ5 to 9 p Breakfast from 5ttp 0 a m Dinner from v smmW vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GkT5B Acadomy Notes II E Oney nud Logan and Howard Miller have enrolled since last notes Five counties are now represented hi tho school nud yet they oomo from far and near The books of the State Reading Circlo will be n part of the special courso for teachers here after Christmas Ten counties in Eastern Kentucky aro now entitled to two free i cliolarsliips each unou proper application to the v - 5J95gcBc n gggrL b XitiICJAaaWji eopxlctru t r HAZEL o GREEN o s ACADEMY N SESSION OF 1894 05 IWFIRST TERM BEGAN MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 Apomplcto Faculty that is In sympathy with the educational Interests of Eastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on KxiKnsus roil Twenty Weeks Matriculation 00 1 4 i 1 this county atOakdale Breathitt county Uncle Hnrry and Aunt Nnncy Swango in July last and was out on G000 bail have tho thanks of the editor and his Tho murdered Shcrill was buried at St 5 Helens with Masonic and Odd Fellow Principal toes honors on Mouday and tho remains of Elder J IT Scott colored will preach the murderer were shipped to Stanton Tho Tcieheis Association of tlie lhi7ol nt Daysboro on tho second Saturday and his home for burial Green Magisterial Precinct will convene Sunday in November and at Stanton on in the Chapel Saturday at 10 oclock a Freo Scholarships the fourth Saturday and Sunday m the -- 7th iust The C W H M on October 3 granted Revs Marney Blnnkenship and Willis two free scholarships to every one of the Our pltpils will observe Arbor Day by Xiykins organic d a Baptist church at following counties instead of ono as planting trees in tho Academy yard and rthe Caskey school house on Sntnrdny last heretofore In the spring these in the Home yard with some fourteen or fifteen members Menefce Morgan Johnson Magofiin trees will bo dedicated Eev Mr Chisholm of Winchester Breathitt Lee Powell Perry Knott and will begin a meeting in the Presbyterian Owsley Tho C W B M meets in National Mondny or church of this place next All applicants must be of good moral Convention at Richmond Va thisoven Tuesday and D V continue over the character and worthy and must be re ing Thursday Oct 18th The Acad Â¬ following Sunday Tho public is invited commended by the County Superintend emy interests will bo looked after by ear- Â¬ Â¬ Editor Caraway of the Morgan Mes ent of Schools and County Judge when nest friends and supporters nml wo ex senger was over on Monday to transact no examination is held and there are only pect to hear of some advance steps being Acvmairrn some business with lhis office Asked as two applicants If an examination is taken two getting the best average to the political outlook in his county he held the Purify your blood tone up the system replied that Ucckner and Kendall would grade will be allowed the scholarships and regulate the digestive organs by takprovided they are worthy and of good ing Hoods Sarsnparilla Sold by all poll the full Democratic vote moral character and bear a ceitificate of druggists Our cattle men have not yet returned examination from tho Superintendent of PUBLIC SPEAKING from tho Mt Sterling market but we Schools These scholarships will be given was 1 world of cattle liear that there to thop who expect to attend the school ApiioltitnicMitH of lliii Win C 1 Hrcek there on Monday Good cattle sold as the longest other things being equal euritlgo and Jlon IV T IIiMitlrick well as usual but the demand for low Hon Wm C P Breckcnridgc of Lex iSpecial Notice grade stock was not equal to the supply ington will address the voters of the From the Eighth Annual Catalogue of Tenth Congressional District in support llev Mr Mickel will preach Sunday morning and night at the First Presbyte- Hazel Green Academy we take the fol- of the Demooratic nominees for Congress at thc following times and places rian church Mr Mickel is President of lowing considerable reduction on Mouth of The very Smiths Creek Morgan the College at Jackson Breathitt county tuition has been made on each grade upon county Friday October 19th Sandy iind is doing a great work in tho mountains lie is one of the ablest men in the understanding that patrons pay Hook Elliott county Saturday October the Presbyterian church Lexington promptly Those who allow their bills 20th to run unpaid through a term will not The speaking will be at 1 oclock p m Leader Oct 151 this reduction Tuition No citizen ought to nii s an opportunity bo entitled to James II Swango and Kollin A Kash payable at tho beginning of each term to hear this distinguished orator diacuss will address the voters at the following No deduction made unless for sickness the great political questions of tho day times and places to wit Frcnchburg protracted two or more weeks A liberal Hon W J Hondrick Attorney GenThursday night Nov 1 Eel Friday discount will be made where three or eral will speak at Beattyville Monday Nov 2 Walnut i rove Saturday Nov more pupils are sent from one family if Oct 28 Campton Tuesday Oct JJO 3 Cnmpton Monday Nov 5 Speak paid in advance In cases where tho Stanton Wednesday Oct SI Clay City ing at 1 oclock Judge Amos Davis will pupils or parents of pupils are indigent Wednesday night ibo with them at Ezel and they are therefore not able to pay I am trying and expect Gen P W On Monday John LBosley candidate tuition but desire to educate they will Hardin for Hazel Green about Nov 1st for Congress on the Republican ticket bo granted free tuitions upon application Gen P Wat Hardin will speak at ind Henry Godsey of Hazel Green ad- Â¬ to the Principal of the school such ap- Sandy Hook Tuesday Oct 30 West dressed the people on tho political issues plication to be accompanied with the Liberty Wednesday Oct 31 Hazel of the day The speech of Henry God facts but both the Principal and the ap- Green Thursday Nov 1 Frcnchburg sey was one of the ablest over delivered plicants for such favors may have re- Friday Nov 2 and at Mt Sterling Sat hero Ho maiutaincdhis high reputa- course for final decision to the Executive urday Nov 3 tion for oratory Ho has won laurels for Board J M BrNTON Chairman himself and Eastern Kentucky on many It having been rumored that the peo- Democratic Campaign Committee Tenth hotly contested fields and his star is still ple of Hazle Green do not pay any tuiCongressional Distirict in the ascendant Salyersville cor Jack- Â¬ tion for thocducation of their children and that tho peoplo Jiving indie country son Hustler havo to do all the paying wo Tho Morgan County Messenger nomi- - adjacent SPECIAL OFFER to state emphatically that the pat- Â¬ nates our late fellow citizen Spencer want in tho town pay ten times more The success of the Eloctropoisc In curing Cooper to represent Wolfo and Morgan rons education of their children disease of almost every form and many pa for the counties in tho next Legislature Hon money at tho Academythan the patrons living tients beyond recovery has caused a wide JtfW Steele of West Liberty Morgan of five miles of tho town and growing demand for the little doctor ounty was tho representative of those within a radius If you Tumors abscesses scrofnln cancer paralbo the last of such bosh two counties in the last House and very Let this ablo to pay tuition and want ysis chronic and acute rheumatism and neu sibly did tho important work necessary aro not children educated mnko the proper ralgia many cases of female troubles some hut it seems that there is nn understand- your or forovcr hold your tongue total and partial blindness deaf ing that Wolfe is to select tho next inein application say favoritism especially cases of ness Ilrights disease kidney and bladder and never her The nomination Jf Mr Cooper you do not know tho facts ailments have been cured In such a short coming as it docs from Morgan is not when wish to bo in our while ns to border on the miraculous The Wo want all who only eminently proper but eminently school There is no reason why anyone treatment is simple and effective Write wise as well Mr Cooper is a clean stay away You only injure for terms of rental and sale and special rea strong intelligent bravo Democrat ono should and your children by not send- Â¬ sons why you should get one this month who would do credit to any Legislative yourself also letters from well known people testi to schooli district in tho State Senator John 0 ing them fying to its curative merit Wm H Cord Principal Hodges in Lexington Observer DUBOIS tb WKnn Wanted preach at the 500 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Rev Tom Hopkins will week at tho Nico fresh butter every Caskey school house on Wednesday the State of Ohio City of Toledo Hopkins is tho Republi Academy Homo for which I willpay 25th Inst Mr Lucas County can candidate for congress though so cash 12J cents per ppund I would like Frank J Cheney makes oath that as wo aro informed ho has not made to engage some person or persons to fur ho is the senior partner qf tho firm of F far business will week a political speech since hd received the nish mo 12 pounds a 12J cents Iapiece also J Cheney Co doing and Stato in theÂ¬ aforefor City of Toledo County nothing pay cash from 8J to nomination They say ho knows said and that said firm will pay tho sum whatever of national affairs and wisely chickens delivered at the Home Want of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS kfor Wm IT Cohn each and every casd of Catarrh that can- Â¬ gives politics a wido berth for that rea- - live dozen not be cured by the use of Halls Ca But after all aint ho doing the son Boyonil Comparison TAitnir Cuue nroner thine in preaching the gospel to FRANK J OI1ENEY good qualities possessed by tho Republicans They need to bo made Aro thoSarsnparilla Abovo all it purii to before mo and subscribed in Sworn Hoods my presence this 0th day of hotter and if Bro Hopkins can master fies tho blood thus strengthening the December A P 180 Seal of reform in their nerves it regulates the digestivo organs the licrculian task A W GLEASON w ranks ho will have accomplished what invigorates tlie kidneys and liver t ncs Notary Public cures time and tho monoy wrested from tho and builds up tho entire system Rheu Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Dyspepsia Catarrh and U S treasury hnvo both failed to bring Scrofula Get Hoods and only Hoods and acts directly on tho blood and mu- Hop matism Seud for cuous surfaces of the system about Wo thereforo wish Bro Icing God speed in his efforts and will Hoods Yua euro all liver 111b bl testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O - shout amen with loud acclaim when ho iousness jaundice indigestion sick head- Â¬ Sold by druggists 75c ache 25 cents tho result Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ better for some very fine sweet potn Hoard JO 10 Tuition Washing 4 00 Music per lesson 35 One half pnyahlc In advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Enroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with nil In spy ing Hazel Green Academy is tho best and cheapest school in Eastern Kentucky if If parents or qunrdians have dnujfhtsrs they want to put In a first class first yrade school tlioy should wrlto us for particulars before nrrauuiui to send elsewhere We ean educate youujr men and youuc women fur admit half what it would cost in tho Hlue Krass We will compare with any of inern aciiii tor catalogue lor pnrucuiurs Â¬ 00 0 SSyogrBvogfsg cfc tfP il n WM H OOEB IPxncipaX zj i Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock uiiLMtmmMMMMtammvmmmwmmeiHmmmmMvmmmmVMmmKm J TAYLOR mw Q IT DAY Lowest Pieces Â¬ 1C8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho lending houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING Spociul attention Alwarys havo Big Drives GOODS unci NOTIONS to Mail Ordors ft tli rilling IJcad Pergenut Crcosus story which will appear in Tin JIkkaih isOOII jrar 165 wmcs 167 Kace Street CINCINNATI w jjywa m O ltZtyrTfmTkCmr 5rr nDD01 Hi Â¬ Wantid Tho editor of this paper wishes to purchase -- o bushels of corn suitable for fattening hogs Cash m0 1127 OR YQU1 won Â¬ Â¬ IF SO WEAK ONLY This scliool now at tho bond of Colleges for Young Ladies in Kentucky oflera tlie best advantages to jmreiitH wishing to edu cate their dauglitcra well Comfortable rooms good fare and tho bfkt I THE LION BRAND MANUFACTURED KENTUCKY HY CO of teaching Prices moderate For catalogues or information writo to Â¬ REV C POPE President i 1 Â¬ JEANS CLOTHING MrLLERSnUItG KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o o t ELECTROPOiSE oofrefrW IF YOU want to lcrirn LOUISVILLE KY Every pair warranted ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION FOIt I -Mt YOUNG LADIE- S- TELEGRAPHY ond become a eoiupetoiil 9 fnimmmmmummmWmmJltL TELEGRAPH OPERATOR frfi Wriin Â¬ Â¬ jy mr Admirabllos White Sulphur Ky TIUh inntitution under tho direction or tho Hlatera of tho Visitation 11 V M J nit uated in a healthy and beautiful loealty ot the well known lilac Grass Jtegioil Hero the pupils enjoy tho cqinfots o home far removed from tho distractions ot a citv and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of tho advantages uflbrded of a thorough ctiucutlon Terms reasonable Music Crayon RBtl Painting extra JIouso is heated by steaw apparatus For lurthor particulars uddrea 4 Â¬ Â¬ L LEXINGTON OY X Sisters of the VisiUtloi B 7 M POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable conditions Our FUKB 00 pago cataloguo wilt explain why wo can Ullord it Â¬ 4ammwww I x i A J J- L- Drauguons Practical Business College Â¬ VVrito for catalogue NASHVILLE TENM Penmanship and Tele Shorthand a wahwk mnnna rt nn ininrpai in aatr 8u7KfnpIoymentDepamnont than lia f tho Uuiinew Â¬ College teaching old plan vacation recently takoinas tuition book keeping 1 aya enter any time CarAP IIoarb prepared book especially adapted to 1 1 ii equal Jo 2 weeks by tho year no twclore 600 itudrati Wo 1 4 wceke by our method Pt STORE Opera Houso Block Â¬ and eiplaln Wrlto Sent on GO diys trial cneh for all vaN D Wa pay our want trachers cancies ns book keeper ctcnonrnphers fill eamc clerks etc reported to us provided wo HOME OTUDY Â¬ LEXItfGTON ICY -- K-- OST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY WORMS WHITES CREII iah zii WORM Remedteff EVERY BOTTLE fiUARANTEED onril V ALL IKKIIRMX lUltfu A now and carefully select- Â¬ ed Stock of tho wmmamw LATEST STYLESI 4WWWmt J VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEAR fu BRuui tW Cft BT ttMiMtlMM and at prices that defy compe- Â¬ Corno and oa u tition Respectfully Attains And an Ho Ilml Keen Dtcmcmber me oh lad crii cure Tweri mtscry In v fl - Mv ralmVtit ni iny ilnlly fare Tlioii Coil ilnst give l L V s1 t ft JBV L f w- - lilLtnru in Mil twriltlt tm1 iiviiwiluiiI tlm IoUiU that whatever new elhnate ho v I vn- in he would beJignUhy- 4 isiKc TIioh wntuhnKt best Some time later than that a utranircr lie died and as the do Jui i came nanpng them lleniemhrr me when unseen danjjors weather as too warm to Khip hia bodv lCfill off he was burled next to Drown A fDrtmrcrMthiU HinnUrt llfporBoul r week or two passed and the relatives AVhen trial nnd tciiiptnllonH rlitc he Thou of the deceased utrangcr hent down j my friend money to erect a monument over the iOuiird mo through nil grave of the stranger The boys took the thintf In baud and ItcHicmhcr mc when slckiicns rncks my mop discushed it pro and con They came to f nl frame tho concluHion that Drown was a And piinT lUn arrows dnrt through mc durned hight better fellow in every iSlJj then rlU thCM pot hear when I in truth way thnn the stranger and more en- Â¬ cgcliltnl titled to a monument go one nbjht they went out and swapped the iv n J4I trust inTlioe from one jra vo to tho other As u re Â¬ hip when 01100 my hrenth ny Ucuiciuhc sult Drown the neer-do-weBohe Â¬ fwolilo hrenth tt mian and all around good fellow sleeps cenci to vitalize my blood beneath a handsome marble monument When my wenk heart is mute in the embrace mid the rich stranger lies in an un of ilrnth murked grave flSe Thou inv God I II J Itpvcrlc M D SHARPS ON THE DEEP Poker 1JityerH Who Kwlurilo Ocean Trav- Â¬ APHORISMS elers When I the boy liked him One day the boya found Drown dead in the woods They rolled him in a horeo jliln ffJ iteWrnlier when dark and gloonivigltid him down in it and wncomc on then drank several bottles of aitcoust I wop Id down to rest At a little settlement on the Indian river Florida beforo the railroad was built lived a penniless pood hearted fellow of the name of John Drown When Drown got any money ho would divide it to the last cent with his friends among the boyn and of courao Good Fellow Ilojri Hnld Hn Deterred It the lmp J om j epiiiiil concl9UBncb jpo - means so much more than you imagine serious and iatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health Poor Health Best Set of Teeth 900 1 w tf rtr wiuJJtwi j- - Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents cents Teeth Extracted Over Opera House LKXINGTOX KY R H HODGEN D D S Manager W0K1C 1 miM IF atara A GUARANTEED mrowns Iron ll Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia ilmll pleasant to take teeth and generally exhausted nervous have no appetite and cant work begin atoncctak- llic the tnntt rella ble strengthening mediclnewhichls Browns Iron Bit ters A few bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from th very first dose it wont itiiiri your Â¬ Ifyouarcfeellne out oi sonsweaK iiiiiiiwSZSS o the Tear Let vour first entry bo a resolution not to buy until you linvo seen us for lit WP and its Carpets Curtains Rngs H I -- It Cures Ktdncy and Liver Oil Cloths i lJmyt I JMHr V V sig w V Mattings r Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments UAtHAntfl VUIlliUIWlO hIhm II VMlikll O Get only the genuine It has crossed red lines on the wrapper All others arc sub- stitutcs On receipt of two 2c stamns vc win send set oi ten ueautllul World a Pair Views and book free BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD fl hypocrit f Held for the crooked poker p iyers biggest liar on enrth Here is a specimen of the way this riTlio uirliest man on earth ia a drunken game is worked A well kiuwn New sot Yorker told tho story but stipulated The meanest nriu on enrth is n stingy that the name of the victim was to be 43lie ia The Atlantic steamers arc a fruitful sf rfw m i kjttmx tsusj kSW5S T- -tt- Things You will run no chance t hoy seem tiro what Thoro will bo no disappointments in store for you Kfcv nv v HUGH HICKS MANAGEK RT X Broadway LEXINGTON KY V wnmwiLwmMirrm 5 ii r it t i I f -- V nth IfB 4 PV A K she introduced him to her husband I in Wolfo county on Tuesday the dont know whether he was really her 6th day of November 1394 for Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that youi We have the lar Â¬ husband but ho passed as such for that tho olocliun of a Representative can lintl in a tirst class Furniture House trip at all events in tho Tenth Congressional Dis- Â¬ gest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture This husband was one of tho com- Â¬ of Kentucky to fill tho va is the latest and at rock bottom prices Be sure to call ami placent sort HooiFerod no objection trict caney enusud by the death of M when the millionaire flirted desperately C Lislo said day being tho same see us at MASONIC with his wife The millionaire thinking it would on which tho regular election for pay him to stand in with tho husband Congress ill take place This lth willingly Acquiesced when a game of dav of August 1804 poker was suggested Of course the GEO V DRAKE S W C husband had a few friends who were iy C C Hanks D S also in the game nuumiumiM nMtm Well they used to play every night on that trip and a larre partof the day The susceptible millionaire dropped a j lie of money how much I dont know fool MT STERLING KY but ho paid wry sus- Â¬ Tho man who is tho most disuniting ceptibility that tripdearly for his Capital 200000 KuitiLUs 30000 unri loast cul led for and one the world LOUiUDi 1 11 u A MEAN ADVANTAGE TOOK win do bst without is a spider legged J M ItlfiSTAFF lrisidtnt dude in trowsers Tint Hn Tuufil linn Insisted on Kiting Ills 0 L KIUKrATHICK Vico President AND V W THOMSON Ciibliit r In a Street Car IluC I hate that word we because it kept A young man and a young woman Muse and Aaron out of the promised solicit changed from a Ielt lino to a Four ciuintHrespectfully trmlerKtin luisinoFsof mer mill liusinchs men itirineiN Hatred is devilish while love ia teenth street car at the avenue Wash Â¬ land jrcnernllv thrnnRliout Knstem Kentncky A angelic Our amount of love to Clod is ington and sat in one of the seats in general tinnlciiig huciness done iivc ns kuowi by the am unit of work we do for the flrst car He was carrying an over Â¬ clinnru to hciiiI yon n hunk hook nay your coat and ii satchel and was evidently cliccks and limn von niniiey when in need him W W TiiOMrsoN Cnsli going away She wore a shirt waist TVs asight to see taste hear sin 11 and and a dark skirt as if starting out on ftel the railroad question in Morgan a shopping expedition lust before DTxi county Tito Morgan Messemror is just they reached Sixth street he loaned blubbering boiling broiling fuing buz over her and said quietly so quietly KiiiLiIABLE that only tho Post reporter back of and spouting and them could hear ri nonpitting spatting I am going to kiss Insurance inny cover nctunl losa of goods burned but calling SlghtSoer a blind DarteutiiH you good by when I leave tho ear OhI please dont she said appeal BMl i it Ioch not pay for time and trade lost while re establiHliim just like little things do when the hus business PltEVENT TUE FIRE WITH A STEMPEI tling and bustlinir of the money doodle ingly not before all these people Â¬ was and said persist Dut buj begins his diddle dnddle doodle bug ently he Yes I decidedso raise your veil 1SPENCER COOPER Hazol Green Kv annnt fnr Wnif ani shall Aong ilut Messenger will know who is If you try to resist people will see it Morgan Counties rCall and seo tho Little Wondor tho blind Dirtomus when tho election and wonderabout it and they will look at vou all the way up town after I get comes on SkiiitSkku in otr She glonccd up shyly and then slow Â¬ How CIovob Irow ly raised her veil He bent over her The small ovorgreou U eo from which Jovck un taken wuii oriirinally a na Â¬ and kissed her and no one in the car DEALER IN tive of thu Splco islandn but it is now looked up A fow people wondered cultivated in warm cllmatcn in all why tfhc was so anxious to show theÂ¬ parta of tho world Thu clovo of com diamond ring on her left hand but no mcroo is tho unopened llowor of the body but the reporter appreciated the troo They uro quito Kmall but fyrow fact that she was trying to justify tho And a Pull Line of Agricultural Implements in lurjo oluntora among tho branchea kissing dy means of an engagement to tho hands of any but rolinblo ring After ifatherlnjr tho buda aro iuiolccd peoplo when you aro looking for by a wood lire and dried in the sun The Teuton Wua Iiuprctiiied Mitchell Wngons Owcnsboro Wagons Wo nro tho largest Doth thu tanto and Kmoll of tho cloves A young man fresh from college CLOTHING McCormick Hinders and Mowers dcixjml on tho quantity of oil thoy con wore us a sctirfpiu a jeweled gold po house in Contral Kentucky and twlni Sometimea tho oil in sopaivto I tato bug One day he called tho atm miuiuj a cutui oieei xjintiers and blowers from tho cloves Loforo thoy uro hold tention of an old Uerman bookseller tc mnko a specialty of 700 and 10 Repairs kept in stock for McCorinick Whitclcy aiul consu- lltlttlWll and thu odor und taste arc in Suits With ovory suit for Mor Champion Machinery Granger I quenco much weakened If you de- Â¬ and Tiger Hay Kakcs Isnt that pretty Dutehy sire to know something of tho form of Ta ja Dot ish wo give a guaranteed lover movo Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows wrs the reply tho bud in tho natural tato tioalc a few tier plggest pugonderschmallcstbota mont dust proof WATCH AND cloveu for n aliort time in hot water to 1 hiif efer seon X Y Times CHAIN FttKK Tho potulH of the flower will soften WhitoHall innn The man who gets stuck on hiniHclf ftill be badly ntuck Tho biggest fnol on eartli is the one who thinks hlmscir wise TIitp novrr wa butono uiiosimnn on earth nntl he got to livo only thirty three yearn Some people put more starch and pow dcri on their facis than they are worth if Hold at their real value Tho ugliest woman on earth i one that tattles ehews and smoke tobacco drinks whisecyand plays the harlot A to uruov man may bridle his tongue lmt the toniruiy woninn loses her bridle and then nomn body gets the devil Some people think thoy are h pretty nnd ho snrirt that thov cant sit still dur- Â¬ ing religious worship floil pity such --- suppressed A certain New York millionaire he i ald who is known to be more or less susceptible to the blandishments of women was crossing the AUnntioalone on a Cunnrder A lovely woman made To ho Voters of Wolfo County his acquaintance which you know is ThiTo will bo si spiciul cUetion the easiest thing in the world on ship- Â¬ board They became very friendly and hold at tho various laces of voting As ELECTION - NOTICE it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clctm house jnul must have A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos TEMPLE BUTTON Traders Deposit Bank I Mt Sterling Ky r mm JOAlilllLlllijlluI Â¬ SAVE YOUR HOUSE imi Xlont Will fbm UiiAP SIMPLE M HANDY Â¬ ltftSzr i ii rtw Jiijrc3ijj8j QUEENSWARE HARDWARE TINWARE Â¬ Â¬ A r Missouri Judge Stand up sir Hnvo riiotosraphn of Llp Spcccl you utiythhiff to any why tho sentence Whnt Is regarded ns tho grcutcnt tri of the law should not be passed on iiijiph of tho photographer was tho re Â¬ yon Im not the prisoner yer honor cent cuccossful oxpcrlmont by lrof Daincny of Ucrlln in taldnff pho Im u dotcctlvo Hy makhiff Judo fiorcoly Is that any reason toirnmhi of lin spccch Cleveland Plain Dealer Kuccoiiiilvo negatives of tho movcinonts tit tho Una of o xapld tallwr ho inna- hirtroioKlil iiom to urranno photogrophs printed fSn them in miok u meaner that deaf- - Idu little Harlem boy ls TClX 1ot- lip nutci vio NVei o familiar with every Pwtty jvnn 4H fionny but I could plainly interpret reel hot 1 itercil thnJ rays ijwm wuiw wiiu tho Hpolco Yes It Is in tho paper that S1000000 CaiGVi la worth icrhnps thermomotor is at blood heat and Tammany you know blood is red Hiuahlin politioii and in law ilAWQurs Itiiiixi fortuno is estl- - Times -- and readily unroll No ltvnunu nt All GRAVES COX CO LEXINGTON KY The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES The Pnvmcrs Friend TABLERSDIT BUCKEYE wUa rill II OINTMENT yrs REMEDY and CERTAIN V MITCHELL Mt Storlinir Kv w Z I CURES NOTHING BUT PIIES North Mnynvlllo Street i t0 matd atSftitJooCOO francs 41 jUd TrZl Jllvq ifr Iks rtinnta mhilBtor 5In fBOOOOO per i ear worth w story Iltl 8crgeaut Cnvsus a tUrilliiig Hkk Thb Woh to appear ia to coIuhm ALI -- - - s the iKEST for PILES SOI9 MY AI1 KID MvaaxTi M JTLOUIJ 7ru4toUeiAlSM known for 10 A SURE CURE TRIMBLE BROTHERS MT STERLING KY J X9 1l i im u X HWI u - printcro ink WAYS TO GET RICH Thk road to fortuno la paved with t K VJ a I SmKKia nnd scnso nro necessary in successful advertising Get somothinff people want ndver tiso it windy and it in wire to pay Thk best advertising will not creato n demand for that which is not wanted Success in business is paved by tho typesetter and made smooth by tho printing press Ilnnvrrv is tho soul of defeat in some advertising Grain wont grow to Irwitfulncss tho day it is planted Thk advice of a bishop to a young preacher applies equally well to an Have something to say Say It Stop The men who fail and go down in oblivion belong to tho class who never advertise advertiso occasionally or --only as tlicy think their trailc will cr EXPORTS AND IMPORTS Amsiiica oxported last year to Tur- Â¬ key 15000 worth ogainst 2200000 imports To Tin rrcncii west imiics we ox ported 83300 against 81800000 of Im-Â¬ ports To Tmroii we oxported pothlng but from there imported 881000 worth of goods - ilflfcoir Tea 1 K was only 820000 Tun total value of our exports to Switzerland was only 87300 against Fuoji Uruguay our imports amount- Â¬ ed to 01023000 whilo wo sent only 8000000 worth of merchandise in re-Â¬ With tho South American republic of lollvia tho total trade bothwaya I A import aggregating turn M STORY EMr0oplnsf tho Sy0101 cures Constipation Actan on Healthy Condition CURES Haiuiaeh tho Llvar and Kidneys iPUrlflw th u ooa uiapM- - colds and Fevers Beautifies the Complexion and i rioasinK anu iwrroBHinar to the Taste solo by all Duccr 3T nicely illtf ttrMcU elffhtypajfo Lincoln Story Book jrlten to every iiarchier BvJcaee of Lincoln Tea Price 25c Ask your druirrUtor Lincoln Tka Ce Fort Wirw T 1 BEST 1 IN THE WORL ni t 1 810000000 et u lr FROM THE PEN OF TnUW LTWTflT1 warrant i To tiik cxtcnslvo East Indian pos Â¬ sessions of the French republic we ex- Â¬ ported 8150000 worth but imported Tiik country with which the least mercantiq business was done is Corca kin 11 Tl KA 1 ler PlllhcU in kentuolcy Subscribe now all the good things It will contain thisyar I solyRtycarBadtUftckiiowledgedtobeUmlefltlol hh4 mwim nothing Capt Chas King MM i I i For SailA sloop tons he misspelled sign in South Hrooklyn TiiEnn may be a double meaning in 1 AWt JJay Itidge yacht of forty five Apply to owner Third avohuo ink Ax advertisement should tell the whole story in the least number of words carefully selected and easily comprehended The display should be adapted to the medium used Eo catch tho eye is tho first requisite in an advertisement what follows shoulllo sowcll put together as to excite the readers interest and claim Ids attention lo Iho end Printers -- the hermit nation as it is culled the imports being S70 Tiik country with which our exports nnd Imports almost exactly balance la the African republic of Liberia the margin of difference being only 8300 ft tlta oviLur m t0 Kgr noma niiji i oahic iiiicKory urovo Allortrylne ofay KyoSee lluclne Wusys rnrm every 5 - -- PROGRESSIVE WOMEN J s r i t t i Qdeen VicTdniA greatly dislikes a visitor who is shy and colors or looks agitated when nddrcssed At tho Irt Â¬ ish of the interview the queen general- Â¬ ly bows slightly or offers her hand and then turns a little to one side to save the very trying necessity of an entirely backward exit from her presence Tiik empress of Austria has her hair shampooed once a month It is still beautiful luxuriant and perfectly black and when let down touches the ground as she stands and shu is tall It is said tho hair Wash requires forty eggs and the other ingredients arpob taiued from no less than twenty mysterious bottles Oxe of the best known figures in Paris is Mmc Yoer who upon the leath of her husband a reporter for the French press took up his work and lias conducted it with marked enter- prise In her rounds she is nconmpa aied by a great white poodle called TheDoctorrV who perm jtaiO ond to trille with his mistress of the authqriticR onidccoration In England is Sirs Corny ns Carr Slie is the wife of a successful theatrical Jtiunagcr and to lier ideas on stage decoration and costume he Owes much of his success Mrs Can lias deigned dresses for several of MrtlrvihgspiuyS and iralmost always Mis Tonys ehidf n counselor on warcirono manors Â¬ RELATED OF ROYAL RULERS Tiik emperor of termany sits for his photograph nt least once u week Qukkn Victoma who was once a skillful archer is now dean of one of one of the oldest guilds 6f bowmen in V Europe Tiik sultan of Turkey has ordered that nonowspapers be published until the afternoon so the censors will not have Tha Story is EnJItlBd to forego their morning nap in order to supervise them i Tiikiie is a report that the German emperor wlHisittDubJin next year for the purpose of Mnakirig acquaintance1 with and inspecting the Jloyil dra- goons of which hais honorable colonel Win it conies to costly toys tho lat- Â¬ est pr6sent to thcrrboy kingof Spain May be said to cap the climax It is nothing lesu than an infant regiment comprising four hundred warriors i age lrom nmtP cjgiitycarsi i f i Our rondors will bo plons- 61 with oiir next story Tho nnino of tho nuthor alone is gimnintoo of that known remedy I removed a lurj o lJnnuk S of two yoars ntandlQK from a li your old lilly S with Uire applleatlons of OUINNS OINTMENT n oC 1 Ueurtlly rccomUionil II to ull s- - I 5 r ItUthobflstprepnrntlon I ImvccvcrtisedorncMd 3 iloriiimon S n havt hundred of such tcittmoniaU yJTTiiTifWM eV Pric 8100 per bottle AakyourdruntUtforlt Iffio no keep uatinu box aunt YimMfl nuiJXVuaE mc W B EDDY unSr--xCO pa or silver for trialY Whitehall N UtsiiMiilMill8MMiliSSisMlsafMVlMiMMfMflliI3 i i- i- r- - N V j w ri rflinii v l At m orgeanC Croesus H -- f DONT Dot read this if you expect to find the old stereotyped ndvice unamended tvii 4 DO NOT jijj jj i rS ra W1 J Ickh Dont inwardly they have been pickled and taken M go to bed- with cold feet tin - Hronilug ralnts 14 Gitighams Luwns c WhalIlonc Casings Silk Luces black nnd white MusllliR White Goods Lieca Embroideries Ladles Slippers Dross Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Complete lino ofJIOsiery H Dress Trim niiags Elastics eo oto Umbrellas Towels Bay Your Hats ol Mo and Gat Thorn Trlmtnod Froo oi Charga Jly stock will embrace every urtinlq of Lidies wear in the lutest stylo Just eltv ns well ns ninny oher notions top numerous to mention I will also doiUKSS MAKING and will cut and thake dresscsto stitl the hard time prices Hdst WyHWinof cuttlnubv the Ihtddin jton Ciittiinr Machine which was awarded irutt premium at tlq ErMUs LVlltV UAWLIGS of Cuvhigtua Ky well and filvoro Worlds Fair 18M blv known to the ladles of this vfuinitr Will be my assislnnt Vdur trade is r esp eel fill K r i im solicited and atisfactioirgaarantecd For the benoilt of the Indies fu IIiucl Grena nlul vicinity FUHNIS1IINO 00013 8TOKIS nt my resld noolii Huzel plettillpeor the following articles wliiqh will be aoid ut tho Lutlins Hats Silks and Y civets IlntTrlniining ItibboUrf Underwear Handkerchiefs Vuilo Hpnos wooion Ureis liopils1 H I t tfifit ills areen nnd will ciirryi LOWEST 11110139 v1 I have onenoil a CJrJSfcltYTlf Oi nt I fiiullos Oloveii Ladles Toilets CurlfVlro Vs frothj 0k onnkehhiK in ndvico is unneces Miry over did it 4 Dont fttTon the left side too mueli lie pJu5ilgltWde uiruuian hs it pays better poNT jump outjof bed immediately Anipwrittoniu Captaiif i a li mil iii Kt1PLi li Mrs ii FRED DAY ii r-- 51 ill 4l J i4 i nn i I 1 - r- - U M thJirfcTjWtjo sane man - ir 4 I - e boH75 J I2i oS owT ft - AFRICAN i COIFFURES -- a infills oftoner or whenever you get hungry take long walks on an empty rtoniaeh If you vtnt to wrlk on u ntomauh atnll try and find a fnllrae asit is sjftcr traveling A iiromaeh is tH l V0r to01 g u for tl 4rWiM anyway lexas lutings hungry hrvo Dont eat between mealsif CuV you get i ItiA v In raanee t I wr m UfcMrV Iot j BeaifllOOH Haioce - FIRH ASSETS OVERLOSSES PAID LIFE - AOOiDENT aoiif i A wFi rull Hlf Styles frimt Would Ilnrdly llml Xavoivin Tills Country STRONG TyiENOF 1 TT- - f OLDl Yoiir tWife f 1 The Safest Kosfr nncUIOST HBTuTABLBiAgcnc iiiJOastern Kentucky llntos lloasonable V i r-- Tju fashionable yachting pln pi yore has given place to the belt buckle OVAI buckles qf plain dull surfaced sihvr across which Is enameled a dainty little flng are the latest A riXK thread of white metal which t IIIjt WntorworkH ProJec tK Abronil passes through the hair and holds in A plan for supplying Paris with wa Â¬ place a delicate pair of butterfly wings ter from Lake Neufchntel is nnder eon beautifullly enameled has unpturcd It tho feminine heart hiilorntion by tho municipality involves the building of an aqueduct Tiinirn is a passion for any form of 300 miles in length and at an estimated tiera like hair ornaments at this season cost of 8150000000 An earlier plan Tun proposed to use Lake icnovaas a wedgo latest sleeve links nro long nnd shnped tfyc white surface bp sourco of supply the estimated cost ing sprinkled with the tiniest of sllvor of being 8100000000 Tho engineer thonNeufoliatel plan proposes to tun stars nel the dura mountains niUl give a Tattooing Ltlllzed head of 391 feet in Paris One of the A Krcnch physician who has found greatest engineering works of modern that tho majority of denthsuponthe times is tho artificial luko Impounding battlefield arise from the bleeding to tho waters of the Kiver Vyrnwy in death of tho wounded while wailiHg Montgomeryshire tosupply Liverpool for tho surgeon propajes that euch sol sixty eight miles distant Tho hike dier in tlio Krench army shall be lias a storago capacity of lr00000000 taught where the arteries of his body gallons and power Is given to upply are and how to arrest hemorrhages wator over a certain belt of country on from them In doing this lie has found enoh sldo of the lino Liverpool is a uso for tliat most useless of arts thus placed on an equality as to water tattooing a small figure of some kind supply with Glasgow which lias laid being tattooed over each artery so Lock Katrine nnder contribution nnd that the soldier can at onco Bcowhore X lwitW Manchester which is doing tho to npplv thtiicratire -- u game witn xnirimeor Â¬ 1 famous village beauty in that veTxjU region whose headdress is thusle scribed uKound her forehead jtSi band of small pieces of nautilus shell above towered a mass of humaphnir that had been bleached for montlin ti marsh with scraps of looking ln arranged in front the whole sur mounted with a trail of red humming t birds feathers Dr Drummond in h bookof Afri-can tiaVel makes mention of the chief tains daughter whose hair heavily jgrcascdywith ground nutoil was made up into small sized balls like black currants and then divided into pat- Â¬ ternsdiamonds circles and parterres designed with tho skill of a land Iloth these arrange fijjnpe gardener ments would in tho oyes of civilized artists and connoisseurs be probably regarded as sivago monstrosities but it is to be doubted whether they pre not utterly surpassed by tho goldfinchÂ¬ and canary arrangonicnt by tf kingfishers wing crowned with red shiver incr Llnss and sham jewels both inr tawdr insolence and depravity OI taste What is called barbarous i f found nmomr Ravages may alter an be tho very height of fashion in May fair though the cheap finery of the Samoan or African belle is marked neither by cruelty to the victim nor by gain to the artist Â¬ Â¬ -- A recent visitor to Samoa tolls of i In tm Cioil QI1 Disitn Â¬ 1 a lnillinto tlioVrfll with one 6f his ftna ors kivs tlie St Louis Post Dispatch A Span iard named Pedyn who emigrated to Xaples in lVr drovo nails into the wall with his forehead Potowka a Polisli eolonel mashed horseshoes with hifiliapd Valentine ICiusiedel count of Sehwavzenborg and Curtof Leut zow a Mecklenburg nobleman did the same thing with ease Tho hitter could carry a tun of wine nnd throw silver coins with such force against an oak trite Hint hts edgeiinb6ildcd itself in thejbnrk Fnuleriuk of Idutbiu wlio lived at Limbprg in 11153 could lift an mun forty English gallons of wine and dripk from tlie bunghole ilohanri fdnntofIegcitliuin of liessm 14- pushed aside six anms of wine wagon and all wjiich obstructed the road over Which lie was riding Count Siegmund of liurgstnll carriud seven adults on his shoulders andwolkod about witli them for several uiinufes t wrvi and f t to i stfongtht ho could drive - Iijh Tncro lliirtch1 ATrj Tots of I ounil Head It 4 26000000 Mt Sterling Ky ii i a- - SVSOQQIOOJ A r Let the Children j Read It Too I M- iU Address A IIOFlrAjN L ENEMIES THBEE Tliero are vih vlmli thp weilc jieiao generally Iiiih to cqntend WINC1IKSTKR KY Wouic rcgulorly cQpumei his strength but often pays for vlin6 it takes Prcsldont N II WITHKRSPOON Wqiuiy HkM tho cjuidlo at tha oilier It D IIUNTElt Cashier end and never pays rtt 111 I Paid up Capital 20000000 Diskahi ties ills Iiands and deprives Inn1 of power of resistance 60000 Surplus Wlio can number the thousands This IJnnk solicits the accounts of tner cluintH fiiraicts traders and business men OVERCOME Kcnorully tlirotigliout Knstorn Kentucky nnd oilers lis citNtoincrs every facility and this miphty trio For years wo baW the most liberal terms within the liniitH of fougiit tliefe coiiHninersot life with lifes octl8ly legitimate banking own weapon the air we brcatho tn4m stronger for the combat by tho aid and skill of nioigin science Our Glau City I JQllla r- - i wir W f WHEUtlEGIN SOQN V W BY - it f v Ohf Si glo nim is to plonso our national M CLAY CITY KY COMPQWDYGfEir restores strength quiets tliQ nerves i aad oxpels diseases Proof that will convince all whoreauoa is oflbrcd freo to all vo suiler Send us your aihJrcS8 i FADS IN JEWELRY Capital FLOYD PAY 50000 J F COX Ciihbicr patrons no matter what tho cost Tho monoy wo pay for thoso storios President WILL BEAR US OUT ALEN No Dank hi KustcriiKctitlicky hns better Dm STARKBY vaults nor better fucillties for keeping your 1529 Arch St PhiladclpMn Ia account Managed entirely by homo people 12QSuttcr St an If rclnco Qal who know you and who arc always ready to accommodate yen fMoncy to loan on rcnsonablo rates Call on us nCoMioin Subscribe Today And got tho oponing cliap- tprs of our groat story MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY JOHN V I1EAN President 11 P CUItTIS Cashier Capital Surplus 100000 Undivided Profits 35000 200000 Careatn and Trado Marku oMalBedaad all fat tint hnalneta conducted for Msdftrali FMt Out Office Is Opposite U S PatMt ONNt nnd wo can t ocure patent lnletimetbtet remote from WaahlBKton Bend model drawing or photo with aaaerip tlon Wo advlie If patentable or not fn charge Our fee not fine till patent la mu A PamjhktHlow to Obtain naraca ofactual clients In your State eMjrec town ecnt free Addrese HS lattvf4k sw f Jl tt PK fcr HI Organized 1803 being tho ofdest bank in the county Collections made on all points and your busincdB solicited C A SNOW CO Wwhlafr Patent OppesMe OMm UOTEL LELAND MAUPIN WJTJf Lralngton Ky n li H K WKOOKSrriprietr Qn HfjtWaUr pt WHOLESALE DRY GOODS t binlMCW 64Htcrard depst NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac RePftftiy CATLETTSDURO KY 10fey D H OAEPENTER New Bulldliil Klectrlo Klevfttor ad KlwtrU JJkiC 4 f RUKDy Cin JlMttd tkrwigliwitwtlk ir - irtioow Mmr K n v 4 t- - Jist Ji VfiX t M - JlKInveil J MORGAN CfrUftfoV ft v T 1 J- - A JilSII Li 1 H VfJ q i A V A Ti teft ar f 51 gan county will ndnrdt tliHt wo would bo HrIruvpwtlmrcvrlycltlzoftMorJ oycrum tho pcoporan to MtfJp hearts of tho tender ones cave wav lNjefltefliyihoAillJirt2nf thiS oiW I wh pleased to boo Wlnglcas come to the fronton the railroad question as lie did in last weeks Italic and I hopo r people will think on what ho has Mid and what he may yet ray on that fttthject fof ho haa lmil ho experience of living where there were railroads also where there was nonrj and he like nil others who have enjoyed the advantages of rail road ft agree and any that if wo want oir county to proHpowvcahould in very rcasonablo way encourage tho Imildingof railrondaor any public enter prise that will Wing motley among us ETelstirai Itllast week Left over from and tho prophecy was forgotten until this summer during n terrible electric Btorin a wire fenco on this fnrm near tho residenco was struck by lightning burst ing every post of which we made men lion in n previous letter somo months ago This caused somo to think of the prophecy but that was not tho fulfillment From tho first of this month the Signs were more convincing and the old prophet was joined by a number of others They told us that a hailstorm which had visited West Virginia was coming this way and would reach hero in full forcdby Wednesday of last week As the timo drew near wo sitwUhat their words we ro true Soon tho l6ijdtuWei Â¬ Â¬ Beautiful and Brilliant Wotldlng At u oclock Wednesday morning Oct 10th at the spacious and elegant country residence of John S NIckell was cele Â¬ brated n beautiful and impressive home wedding Tho contracting parties were Mr T W Hall of Weston West Va and Miss Minuio NIckell of Ezel Morgan county Ky Elder J A Howard of Â¬ A Â¬ J A WATjXfBJOTj Sfc 3 Physician and Surgeon LOCKHART THE 1 BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATURE wj HAZEL GREEN KY JCSTSiirgcry nn obstetrics napecinlty TJU J P ficiating Tho groom is one of tiio leading and promising young men of Low in county West Va and the bride a most charming lady a favorite in society with a largo circle of friends and acquaintances and the only daughter of John S Nfckcll one of tho substantial men of Morgan county After congratulations and good wishes of invited gifests tho wedding parjy re- paircu 10 me lining nan wueru mo nup tial feast was spread Mr and Mrs Hulo departed on thciH0 train nt Mt Sterling for an extended wedding tour to Niagara Falls New York City Philadelphia and other xsassrexow FZEL KY JEjl 2J- FLOYD 13 YRD Catnpton Ky W Â¬ ATTORNEY-AT-LA- tjite tions mnde nnd prompt returns cuurnntccd Connected with the law Arm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice T C - Abstracts of title furnished collec to a iii I f tiest tittle SftV the mountains A J Hollon loft Thursday with a nice If our stock men get sale for nil tho bunch of young cattlo for tho Mt Stcr ttock that passed down last week it lii market would certainly indicate quite an Im Uov II F Duncgan passed through the markets Â¬ somepue would bq taken off Ja liAvSriitchwif we alizingthat perhaps never to return Burtho calm boupnenttedr Thk depends on how much wo need St Not many years ago Observer could sco the silver lining of our county did uot have any steam flour those clouds which waseyidcnccNthat follow inand saw mills and lumber for building an unusual bright sun would purposes was very expensive tho haul Â¬ creasing the prosperity and iappinces of ing frequently coating tw much aa tho all But ns ho clouds were rolling by lumber Our roads aro bad eltough now a hailstone weighing it as said ono but then they were much worHe If wo hundred and forty pounds lodged in that got any flour we had to haul it over those beautiful residence among the pines and MUs Minnie the charming daughter of rough roads ovor rocka and mountains a dirttauco bf forty miles from Mt Ster Mr Nickel being pleased with this new ling requiring from three to f ufr days visitor ia keeping tho same as a souvenir Blukt to make the trip We can buy flour at of that wonderful ovcut tho mill here to day tot about what the MaytowK Missilos hauling cost us then Finally some en Miss Hada Guilders wo aro very glad tcrpVlsing men came among us and com to say is some better mcuced talking mill and some people 0 A Sample and It E May attended in different localities oTurd inducements the cattle sale at Mt Sterling in labor timber land etc I well re Our Sabbath school is all that we could member how some men talked about the wish foronly an increase of numbers matter Thoy said if those men want J T Sexton and A C Swango havo to build mills thoy ran build them with gone to Louisville to attend the Grand out our help for wo will have to pay Lodge of Masons thca for a1 thej do for us 11 A Cliilders left last Monday for Those enme fellows aro now bitter Byron Kansas for n few weeks visit to against tho railroad tax saying If relatives and friends wo vote the lax wo will have to pay for E B May and littlo son Carl aro on nil shipping just tho same the sick list this week Misses Maud and Now this class of citizens ought to have Arty Dye aro also sick to carry their wlwut on their backsjto A B Pieratt of Ezol took passage nt Mt Sterling for every pound of flour that this port Sunday morning on tho steamer they uao They cannot see beeauxMhey John Cravens for Louisville never try tho advantages of these things Bro Cooper if you want to hear of a till they aro obtained by the efforts of boom that will boom long nnd loud say others Other people aro opposed to tho you will mako tho race to represent Mor tax because thoy think they will not bo nan and Wolfe counties in the next ses directly benciUtcd sion of the Legislature Reader if you aro opposed to this tax Since our last communication to The you should remember that if your neigh Herald wo find scores of men favoring bors and tho peoplo of your county arc the railroad tax but the candidates who benefitted and prosper you can get your are trembling in their boots are afraid to part of it but if your people have no say whether they aro for or against tho moncv and no way to get it you have a tax Wo feel sorry for them Declaro poor show to got any Ah in the matter yourself for what you think will be benof mills so in the matter of railroad eficial to your county hit or miss If wo need them wo can nfL J to off r Our efficient County Superintendent of inducements to get them Schools Dr B F Carter visited our Our floating timber that can be mar school last Friday and delivered an ad ketcd profitably is all gone bub wo have dress that was listened to with marked unknown wealth in our forests of hard attoption by teachers students nnd pa- Â¬ timber tan bark etc but as wo cannot trons Tho Doctor congratulated the ahip it many thousand dollars worth of 3lat district on having procured tho ser- Â¬ it is yearly rolled into log heaps and vices of the Misses Cann nnd Follancbeo burned It is said that wo havo tho larg as teachers lie is certainly tho right est body of fine coal in tho wgrld and man in tho right place and our peoplo then how long will it take to work out will try very hard to induce him to servo all tho building stone there is in this another term Wixglkss Hut all this amounts to noth Â¬ county WOLFE COUNTY- ing and bring no money into our county unless we get transportation Lane Locals Then dont you think wo need a rail- Â¬ Rev Henry Taylor preached at Upper road and need it bad Then be sure In Holly Sunday vote for the tax and get your neighbor J W Conglcton went to Jackson Fri Â¬ to go and do likewise day on business J It Elkins and Miss Lou Conglcton Thia week are on the sick list Mrs Nannie Hays and her sister Bon Â¬ Died on tho 7th inst n littlo child of nie Nickel came in n few days ago from John Ponce of fover Illinois on a visii Judgo Carson was visiting his friends Charles H SSopird representing tho this placo last week Equitable Lifo Insurance Co of New at Two of Stillwaters brightest jewels York was in town last week attended our meeting Sunday A D PIcratt W M of Ezel Lodge A T Combs was hero last wock shak Â¬ No C50 F and A M la attending tho ing hands with his many friends Grand Lodge at Louisville this week V J Hollon and John Miller have Dr J F Lockhart V J Soitz J M just returned from Morgan county Pieratt and Miss Lizzlo Pierntt left horo Kibcrt L Miller nnd A B Hntton Jtst week for Lexington and other points vame up Sunday to sco thoir best girls Our ilttlo jewoler last week sold to V T Swango of your placo bought Mka Annio L Pieratt one of tho pret 00 head of cattle from J It Elkins for watches that wo know of in burst of tears Strong men lookad sad re Â¬ JOHNSON J II 8WANOO Cnmpfon Hnzcl Grocn TheiiJeionjhcn JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- SWANGO W liH J counected with the State A fc Â¬ points May their futuro pathway through life bo ono uninterrupted season of joy happiness and prosperity is the wish of their many friends and acquaintances Will practice in the Wolfo county nnd cir cuit courts Collections promptly mnde nnd obstructs of title furnished on short Â¬ notice A HOWARD STAMPER CAMPTON KY OMBS HOUSE Attokney-at-La- w M College THE Will practice in the courts of Wolfe nnd the adjoining counties All business entrusted to our enre will receive prompt attention Lexingion Business ISTTHE PRACTICAL- - CAMPION KY J B HOLLON Propmetor The patronnce of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Tublo the best and ENDORSED by the highest County and every attention to the comfort of guests State ofliciuls bv the leuding business and professional men of the country nnd by hundreds of pupils who are successful inr HOTEL T JAMES is made to the pupil ir Rookkcetiing Dunking Shorthand Type- Â¬ CINCINNATI O writing Telegraphy Peuniunship Commer Â¬ GEO WKJIEKS SONS Mnnngersu cial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling nnd llusiness Correspondence as taught by feSuThe nntronagc of Wolfe and Morgan OUH NEW AND INTKItESTINO plan of ACT- Â¬ UAL BUSINESS PRACTICE used only in counties solicited OUR COLLEGE bclore which the old theo- Â¬ retical copyrighted texl book copying sys Â¬ School m South- - s Fourth Street near Main business A REVELATION Â¬ V Carrie Orene King Save the Children My experience with Hoods gnraaparlila been very cfTecUyo My fcWo girl nve years old had for four yearn a bad skin dlieaie Hei arms and limbs would break out In n mail ol sores dlschorptair yellow matter 8ho would scratch the ernptlons aa though it gave relrol aad tear open the soros By Purifying Their Blood Hoods Sarsaparllla Makes Purs s Bloet Curss Scrofula Etc hi tem must go POSITIONS for its pupils nre mnde r specialty in this school which promises to New ISuilding Gas nnd Electric Light the Commercial World the highest type ot women Electric Elevator Heated throughout with ellicient business men and as represented GUARANTEED to be or Hot Water ES RatCB 200 a Day Neai money refunded DEWARE of schools which do not do this- business center nnd depot Come and sec Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue rue Respectfully 8R BROOKS free For full particulars call at the college oi HOTEL LELAND Lexington Ky It IlKOOKS Proprietor VICTOR BOGAGRT addreKH Â¬ piauuf acturiM - Jeweler 17 K C C CALHOUN Principal 11G 106 103 110 112 114 E Main St Â¬ Sariaparllla caused tho eruptions to heal and and the scabs pealed off after which the skin became sott and smooth As a family medicine Two Mottles of Hoods LEXINGTON KY B3TCost to complete any prescribed Short Street Â¬ Â¬ HOODS Sarsaparilla CURES are tho best family cathartic auntie and cffoctlve Try a box 25 cents LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Roliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work course VERY reasonable Guaranteed S i s m ca f i ej 4 we believe Hoods Sarsaparllla has no equal and I recommend It W I Kixa Bluff Dale Tex LOUIS STIX vhomsau dkalkrs in CO TS t i Hoods Pills D U MOORE Dry Goods Third Ruue and Union Sts CINCINNATI 0 We carry the goods that will suit vour trade and our prices are THE LOWEST Speciul attention given to mail orders a WITH CO Â¬ BEN WILLIAMSON NOTIONS Etc Hardware Cutlery CATLETTSBURG KY Sole nijcncy for South Ileml PIowh c W r Si Iin w - 2934 o a 8 I M 3 4j 1 T I - - j -- i WATOT 4to15 Bost to bo hud for tho money DINGFELDER WITH J ft o- - rlji asc5t od osiB s Og d Og 3tJ hgSB T mmm J MilSODl rtODCo Importers and Jobbers of fV t8 Jit filastf7 iiy DRY GOODS AND n NOTIONS Nos 537 639 and 541 T 2LL s II J jjj JE -- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY rTi J s pTS Jrr2 tl c ri PREWITT WITH Cariei Dry Gooas Successors to Carter Uros Co Go John M Rose Shoes HAZEL GREEN KY Is the only firm in tho town which han Â¬ dles tho jiutly celebrated Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Till OK AMOS DAVIS Boots and from the Â¬ C P Tracy Co PORTSMOUTH OHIO wholesale house of Patronage of tho mountain merchants is 32pWhen you want the BEST footwear give a call most respectfully solicited nol lv O provement in A- Maj W J Scitz representing W M Kerr Co was in town last week IIo ia one of thoeo hustling drummers that always sells to our marchants NicVrll now ww lno farn tnat J4 was onco owned by B P Cockrlll Willi Mr Cockrlll owned and operated Â¬ tktf farm he prophesied that at sonio fu ture time this section of country would bo visited by an unusual storm and he Heqordingly planted r large grove of pines Â¬ and cedara around and about hif beauti this ful residence aa a protection from - here Wednesday en routo to Leo county to hold a meeting John B Hollon of Red River was wltli his many friends and relatives hero WKST H1JEUTY KY W W WITH UKlllKSHNTINO FYVIE CO Bettman Bros AND A FINER GRADE AT Co SANFOBD VARNER Saturday and Sunday Frank Dunn had just as woll go to climbing u sapling for his legs nro too shoit to run with G S Terrill of Lane MANUFAGTiJHERS OOlVMPnnrl Street Shanghai 3500 AND TJPJ Fred J Heintz HHARLES W -f- LOTHING wholesale dealers in CINCINNATI 121 u and 123 Second Street 9 O UHl WITH pmri 4 superior to Ivory for fino laundry and LEXINGTON KY ahead of Sapollo for tho kitchen One changes Competent workmen in our watch 10o 2 for Tia with its maiiv the farm I cako office only 15o 4 for 20c Sold at repairing department thia f on Mr Cockrlll sold MANUFACTURING JEWELER is tho finest puro whlto Clean soap over introduced here It is hotter 131 E Main St Custom House Square than Cash mora Boquot for the toilet PORTSMOUTH io REED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Co reetfulioficF - Dry Goods PORTSMOUTH Notions 0 Vi WSHHFTS Hovrtohalfwleil w WMi Wlvoill foot 1 to nil1 Ky Casey LMt innV f0r 25oV ty for these valuable Address Z T LEWIS wlthot ook tamp wear without receipts n V Lifciiu fifc MmMbnm iii Jssbbbbh VV -- VaewaMv at vr -