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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 4 fTHE HAZEL GREEN HERALHr I1y Yi as isEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell + Owner and EditorSPENCER COOPER Of a Nslsy World With Now From All Nations Lumbrlng at uta Back SI00 A YEAR Always In AdvenorTHIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 0 1897 NUMBER 87 forTIIE JIltn1n- rtttcn TVA9 ONLY A rRINK drink Ah who inn tellnnly a Two and the woemiseryThe lurks within the luring deputy Of IltluorlII fiery glow loving mothera111111 low serent bite- Rllerownrttierlove theJIal secn Hcrdnrllnjjboy her light f onlya drink and oh Its blight Twu darkened many IL hornetItu Where pleasure joy and loves true light Have in the past years shone all in vain- TShlchuturn Friends came andsentlutTo turn his the IIwful1100111 day into inight Days weeks and months rolled swiftly by Still he wax liquors prey linl hand in Imiid with that first drink liea In the grave today 163 onlya drink Ah who can tell The misery nnd the woe Tint lurks within the luring depths Of liquors fiery glow I VIO Ep01ZDEIZ E lWOLFS COUNTY IIISwango Springs Sayings Uncle Harry Swango went to Camp too today Rev Albert Moore of Grassy gave the springs a call Saturday Miss Etta Swango of this place spent a few days of last week in Hazel Green Harmon Swango anti little son Ernest made a business trip to Torrent last week Miss Rosa Sample of Maytown was n plcisant visitor in this community Wed Midiy Mr and Mrs Wiley Perkins of Lacyc- reek were agreeable visitors among us last Wednesday Prof E E Bishop principal of the IKentucky Wealoyau academy at Camp Un was a pleasant visitor at the Springs Thursday He was traveling in tho interest of the school at that place The professor seemed to be in Inch spirits anticipating large enrollment tho sec sad term On last Saturday afternoon while the community was enjoying the blessing nf a long needed rain the family of H H Bean go was made glad by receiving in their home a new Epworth parlor organ which is a beauty in every respect and needless to say everything is a smile sod a song there now Dec L UNO Daysboro Doings Harry Nickell was in town Sunday Charles Fallen was in Daysboro Sun dayMlles Nickcll attended church here Sunday dnythisA B Kash was in Daysboro Monday flbusinessHolly attended church at this place Sunday atDayeboreProf Austin began teaching the colored school Monday Daysborounday ofHollySundayBill Mondaytalking throughBayaboro fromHazelIi Alonzo Jones was in Daysboro one themthityou thiloekAo newfeacejuatstoreMrs thisfbCetaICe day Amyx s thepnlMdistricttSmaeenterprltinq g htyo IIazei been n trying to buy building lots i sendinthixg price tCh Iren to schcl but say they highMrsreturnedyaboro this to- he LittlerBalton equally as well n9 she does Mr r hey Hen y Adams filled his first PPnintment hero Sunday and- lIazersbAted by Elder J T Pieratt of lloin Both of these men aro th Jh a noble work for the Master ande urchat Nhectionin this place has made a good pastor choesingBro Adams nstheiror the coming Dee 7OUUiLIE year COTE ahnck1ug City L1UOi iIs tho order of the day V 1 + if jI We are having plenty of rain in this section Kelson Risner of Nelson was in our town Saturday Nettywere passedthroughJ T Gevcdon wasltlHarry Fallen of Gilmore visited his uncle Oscar Fallen Saturday friendMissDr Carroll was called to see a very sick child of Curry Patrick Saturday Ye scribe called on his friend Lee Fallen of Gilmore Saturday evening W ILI Mans representing Murphy A Robinsons hat house Knoxville was in town Friday Edward Taulbee of Hazel Green toBreathittJohn Ferguson representing the W A Cannoly dry goods house Portsmouth 0 was here Saturday James Nickcll ef White Oak wns in our town Saturday and gave us some nice music on the violin Our school closed Friday with a good attendance and high compliments to Miss Mallie James us teacher 0 W Fallen of this place received a letter Thursday from his nephew J L Fallen of Dallas Texas stating that the wife and oldest daughter of Rev D U Fallen were very low with fever Nov Ii TITTKIX Campion Currency Capt W L Hurst of this place is on Frozen creek J T Williams is visiting in Johnson countyS Vaughn the photographer re turned from Torrent Sunday Deputy U S Marshal G W Drake took three moonshiners lo Covinglon SundayProf Austin of Paris passed through here Sunday en route to Daysboro to teach the colored school Letcher Byrd is putting up a grocery store in the postoffico We wish him much success in tho business J K Cockerham has rented the Combs House nnd taken charge of it If he would only advertise la Till IIKit A M his success would be assured There is a young lady over here who goes all the gaits and she sends lire Wilson the poet of Hazel Green her test wishes She sways she hopes he will live long and die happy Rev Samuel W Peeplcn the new pastor of the M E church swath has moved into the new parsonage Bro Peeples is undoubtedly the ablest preacher we have ever had and we predict for him many additions to the church militant and triumphant Wo are getting hot over here for Non T Y Fitzpatrick for congress Tom iis making an able congressman and we are proud of him Ho is certainly entitled to a second term if ever a man was He carried tho district by a large majority over the talented John W LaNgley and he can carry it by a larger majority next time A great many Republicans all over the district will vote for him lhero- is no use of talking about defeating him for assure as Gods sun shines he will be nominated and elected There are two men in the Tenth district against whom I will never vote and their names are Tom Fitzpatrick and Joe M Kendall I want it understood that T am for Joe Kendall ncainst the world but if be i not a candidate I am for Tom Fitzpat rick Floyd county is the home of great men and I am proud to claim it as my birthplace Clark and Montgomery will bath fall in line with Fitzpatrick at tho proper time Kinsolving will be weighed in the balance and found want horny handed sons of toil aro inFoTbe tall poplar of the Sandy Valley Let the angelic bands of begin to tune their harps of gold and be ready to celebrate the election of our TomBNov 6 SUPILE JACK Lane Lilies George W King son of Caloway King is on the sick list Hon James A Sewall went to Camp ton Monday on business Uncle Mason Gibbs has been Buffering P great deal for the past week or 10 with rheumatism ITaylor Sewell and Misses Ff6o and Lula Elkins were guests of the family of Amanda HolUn Sunday The school at this placecloses Wed next with a little entertainmentnesdar that is if tho remaining part of the school dont get sick Taylor P Sewell took a flying trop tt Campton this week We think that Taylor iIn making his arrangements to g to school at Campton this winter Stepping is having plenty of busineH to attend to and ho says if ho Is net bin deredby bie dear wife he will go to Ownpton next week to see Laryers Arthur Lykins and Charley Byrd business of importance onjj Nov 7 RIP VAX WINKLE MORGAN COUNTY CoiiolitUH CbatlThe family of II D Adams have chickenpoxLittle Cecil is able to tlay around again Bird hunters have been hunting in this section this week Minnie Motley has been quite sick for the past few days Mrs Alice Pieratt visited MM Oscar 1 Cecil one day lust week C C Gillaspie and JamcsTaylor wentr to Menefee on business Monday J The infant child of Barnctt Blankcn ship U very sick and not expected to live Two of John Wallace family havem been suffering with rheumatism for some I timeThere will begin at the school house at 1 this place next Saturday a protracted meeting conducted by Rev Dr Gee don and other interesting brethren which will last for about two weeks j Miss Lennie Cecil of near Ezel was visiting relatives in this neighborhood last week and while here in company with Mian Ada Cecil gave the school a pleasant call She is one of Morgan countys young teachers Our school at this place will close Friday i next and nil the patrons andsur rounding friends are requested to bo J I present Friday morning The RchoolI has had the best average attendance this year ever before known in its history Miss Minnie Day tho teacher is a bright and accomplished young Imlanll thorojj oughly acquainted with the duties of the schoolroomIDec 7 NYM it I nOT SPRINGS ARKANSASI Dr Tanlbee Talks Entertainingly of Its l Many Interesting Features j After a brief sojourn at Hot Springs Ark IUII1 constrained by Lonest method and for the benefit of my many 4 friends to say something concerting tbeI city mId its many springs of thermal I waters When I arrived there on Nov i 18 1897 I was unable to walk from the depotto the lintel hind eaten nothing for i n week could not sleep moro thou an hour at a time even under the influence j ofan opiate But after taking five orJj J six baths and drinking tho hot water for five days it seemed to me that I hind found the fountain of youth i LhatloncoIde Leon sought in vain and I I a truth that they are the only springs on earth that yield a panacea for the many ills to which human flesh in heir I saw thousands of afflicted persons at the springs with all manner of diseases the majority of whom arc cured in from ten days to three months while most nil tune rest are greatly bcncfittcd If anyone wants a rest from the turmoils of life there is the place to go I j Hot Springs is certainly the healthiest j city in the world The climate is mildjj and pleasant the year round Besides its 72 hot springs it has 21 bath houses andover 300 hotels boarding and lodg log houses three daily papers three banks If churches 15 schools 16 liveryI stables 22 drug stores and n U S army and nayy hospital Tho government reservation covers 888 acres and the goy- ernmentisexpending500000improving it It has a firstclass system of water works electric lights and electric street railways together with a frstclass sew erage system Thovallcysof Hot Springs belong to the town and tho mountains spendingslargo sums to improve their natural beauty The most beautiful of these mountains is Hot Springs mountain from which issue all the hot springs and upon which is located the government hospital where invalid soldiers can havo board lodging and baths for the small sum of 30 cents per day A physician who goes to Hot Springs innconnection with the hot baths and the drinking of its life giving waters feels that ho has just completed a full course in the Kentucky school of medicine You will find the physicians of Hot Springs perfect gentlemen ready and willingat all times and under all circum stances to stop an important operation to shake you by the hand and instruct you in any way you may desire The people of Hot Springs are not surpassed for hospitality oven by our own dear Kentucky people The expense of a trip to thus great health and pleasure resort is insignificant compared with tho many erroneous and extravagant reports that have been her aIded through the land A man can live as cheap there as he can In the mountain of Kentucky If ho desires and when tho blessings of Divine Providence have been tendered you and you tech yourself again and desire a few hours of real pleasure go to McLeods in Happy Hollow for there you find the happy man J A TAULBEE M D Hazel Green Kyf Dee5f e We n ed thatlrailaner youwtowo u Stop ia ant tabrltA j 7 tJ it ESCACE + t IRtInG + I KHNTUCKY MierifTi raid 1COOOO into state treasury on Friday last Till postoflicc at Carrollton was bur glarized Wtdneiduy night 150 in money and 1s in ilniups were taken BIIADLKV refused to pardon Lee IIGo of turrarJ county and refused to restore to civil rights W K Holcomb of Terry county ATTORXEY GENERAL TAYIOK threatens to bring unit for several thou allil dol lars back frnuchlse tnx due from Frankfort lottery cuiupany THE jury in the trial of John Moore 11I5RulllnlMrsa verdict of not guilty THE little child of Tack Lamb near Ourtinvillo wax left playing In n room alone clothingignitedCloy BUAWEY said Wednesday that he would appoint his nephew loyd Morrow ot Somerset to succeed liars Vance ni reo celrer of the Iukrland nsylutn Tin notices of the threatened contests by candidates defeated In the recent election hove still not been filed nnd It ih plain to be seen that they are not expected THE Illinois central water tank at Little Cynrfss 15 miles above 1aducah was burned Ions about fWOO The lire is suppos ed to have been started by tramps PittsburghIIIseriously wounded her husband with u shot frightenhll1lhimTHE child of Addis Martin n promi neat farmer living near Ilcusnnt Itidge 16 milts from Owensboro went too neur the open lire and received hums which proved filtRIILEXINGTON parties havo made a prop ositian to place n steel celling in the hull of the house ol representative The halt cell inp will be repaired without making new ceiling LINDSAY STUM tho young tollgate kceepcr who shot nnd killed Joe Kinbry s Montgomery county had his examining trial before County Judge Oltnnr nnd was this chargedW BARNES n well known cooper of Owensboro disappeared from home wuverul days ago and nothing lULl been heunl from him since Barnes lull n wife and several childrenE Baptistinnotified of his appointment us nstiNtaut liceIretary of state but the fact in denied nt Frankfort n CHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY 0 Ladies Gentlemens Fino Shoes Made to order Special attention given to repairing loud Batisfaction guaranteed A CTShop ut Old Racket Store TiiKlii are now 101 students enrolled lcxuglotFourtwo from New Zealand one from Armenia and two from Japan- IIUItulAltsontered time homes of Dr J T Owen and A D Heron Cloverport one pintaloonslatter was relieved of MBHCLAY tho child wifo of old Cash was reported hetterFhursday morning sod hope of recovery is entertained by her jtliy siomn Wm Klclmrdson received word again Wednesday from Jets Cluy to leave the stale Ilex CiiAnhKH REYNOLDS of the land Crystineliradieyyear Miss Bradley was born and requested shipKentuckyG C RICHARDSON well known in lo eel business circles at Lexington was nd judged insane lhurdIY JIi haltucina tiou Iis that the of the human body are controlled entirely by the celestial nnd planeUrian bodies A BOUT of hog fattening contest in produclogf color a 610 puundur and the Rev Potidlo ton pastor of the colored Ilaptist church the winner which weighed 500 pounds TEN days ago the grand jury returned an indictment for false swearing against 1 It Depp representative from Barren county In the lower house He demanded imme holnJoutnot guilty JUDOE EZEKIAH Cox the oldest layer in Carroll county died Wednesday otI last week aged 85 years lie was a member of the last constitutional convention He voted for every Democratic nominee for president rom Gen Jaekson in 1832 untilI last fall when ho Toted for Palmer r TilE secretary of state baa mailed to reccnt11elected electionsTheir coromissioni will be lent as coon a1 they can bo made nut signed by tbagovcr nor and attested by the secretary of state STATE INHPECTon tTE toM n at-I NicbolaaviUeTburdayldoklbg after tiro tlro state pikes In that county on behalf of the qlrcultJulgcthat 111 could pouibly be a oidcd troops would not be sent there Unless the county can not get guard to protect thegate th- will not be dope e- C tt 1- Lx r s + HILLElfMEYER EXPLAINS Why Salt Starts a Dry Wen to Rumti A month or so ago TilE UmtALp call ed attention to tho fact that salt placed in a dry or failing well would produce a flow of water having received tho infer mation from Mr Emery James of this place who in turn got his knowledge of an old well digger many years ago Tho r item went the rounds of the stato press and indeed was copied in papers all overntho union Tho Hnrrodsburg Democrat this state printed tho item nod It was tried by Prof John Aug Williams who t found it n most complete success and H F Hillcnmeycr the nurseryman of Lexington writing to that papor ex plnins the phenomenon ns follows The story of thlIalt and the dry well and the return of tho water thereafter has thoroughly gone tho rounds of the papersInwo have two kinds of wells The hallow well on a par with the flowing spring clllticnco of which t depends on the water gathered from Ihigher level When this water gives out tho salt is a dismal failure Other wells are sunk into the static water table The waters of those do not low j only when removed more tales iuplace We aro in tho cavernous lime stone nnd in its lower measures are great pockets of water connected hy seams and prllcUcnllyIncxhaustlble lendingfromvery small When the water of tboo movable water table is exhausted there is of course no pressure and tho least obstruction stops the flow Tho south of Franco bill a climate and water conditions very much liko ours When their wells give out In dry tines TliivIanti the salt I take It operate in exactly itsfI all subterranean waters not too far removed from the surface This crustacean abominates froo limo and J suspect salt also When the limo or Halt is put into his ordinary ranching grounds ho seck now foils leis pntwiigo opens up ob structcd chnnnuls and In tho watera come I have in wind a Frenchman who during the recent drv time lost his water Ho complacently went to tho creek scum ed u peck of crayfish anti in a day or two yoreInFrench in an ropillcuitlthe limo and the crayfish when properly combined insure water under certain circumstances when times ore as dry aSo they were last summer COLUMBIA CALENDAR FOR 1008 An Exceedingly Acceptable and Usotul Memorandum Pad For tho 13th year tho Columbia pall- cnlcndar makes its liIWIH4llllu promptly on time for 1813 and while its general style iis of the sumac familiar character tho many bright thoughts it contains contributed by its friends in many partit of the country as well ns abroad art new and will bo appreciated by all who take an interest in bicycling healthful exercise and goodroads The 180ft Columbia pad calendar con tains n convenient arrangement of dotes that will provo useful to busy men and as plenty of sincola preserved for moa i oranda the pad may bo used as a diary and iw a reminder for business appoint menu anti obligations It is neat in appearance takes up but little room and is both ornamental smith useful for tho desk while its stand is of such character that it may be used either upon tho desk fir hung upon the wall The moons phases are indicated in rho + calendar for tho benefit of those who wind to have this information Tho cal endar is ready for distribution and alL orders for it will bo filled upon the day s ofreceipt It can be obtained by mass prepaid for five two cent stamps by adtidressing tho calendar department pf the Pope manufacturing company Hartford Conn Late Literary News What would you do if war should lx aEuropeaarpower your borne life tin lives of your brother ants other relatives How would it affect your business connections and business What changes would it make In financial a city state and national attain It ii- I IB t triterindertakon to sketch under tho heading of A Brief History of Our Late Var1asiderdtfscrlbiogwould attend tho opening et hostilities This same number of tho Cosmopolitan haa an article onuTIi Wolldrested Woman by Elsie do Wolfe a coatmt p of the characters of Henry George and Charles A Dana by John Brjbcb Wa1bker in another placo Tbo tooCGoethe while Wells storV The Wars J of the WorldihlollutfiiMl itdsrlde= j ly rend teaches lb MiMltMlcm ti a u Tlt K y expected way 7yy 1 1 1 it r o f c L II t k M f P- fo r ift r I Y 111 j h ttJoe d t I j WE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 9 lS07 tJWHElm is there in Kentucky a paper which has clone HO much for town csuutty 4ind surrounding country ns Tin HKII AM anil received till little local patron I ago in return Our merchants tire very derelict in their duty in this respect notwithstanding they luc occasionally given us some advertising If they np predate our efforts and believe II the laborer in worthy his hire they should give Tin IlrUAU their support by a liberal patronage of its advertising col umns And especially so since by the use of its columns in this way they can increase thor own business from 25i to fiO pur cent This isi daily demonstrated by wide awake merchants the world over and there can be no good reason why Hazel Green should prove an exception to the rule We have always willingly and withoutTcmuneration advocated any and every enterprise for tho moral nod material bcnelU of Hazel Green Wolfe county and the mountains generally and we feel that tilt time line come to reap some little reword of our labor With four as good stores nnd two as good mills as tiny town can boast there is not n lino in TIM UKUAIP to apprise the general public of the fact or invite the patronage of the people Look at the Jackson Hustler the Paintsvillo Com mercial the Clay City Chronicle the JrcstonHbnrg News tho Messenger tint the Democrat of Wert Liberty and the Campton Runner nil of which arc pub lished in towns that dont begin tn aver ago with Hiucl Green and yet they are each filled with local advertising Are you willing to be outdone by the business meu of those towns in enterprise get up mtnd get and gwwrosity If so shame nn you for your slothfulness What the papers above named are to the towns in which they sire published Tin HimI AU is to Hazel Green Aye moro by far for it is the oMest most popular withII the people most widely circulated andII most quoted of any publication in tho mountainn of Eastern Kentucky Now ho candid and to your own coucienco answer II Cue 1 any longer withhold my support from my local paper which week after week is laboring for the gen oral welfare of the community in which I live which inifiness records the cone dition of my loved ones and in event of death whispers wntsfa of sympaty to my sorrowing soul Read ruminato re flect and then resolve never again to be remiss in your duty tllII tho dear old illUAin Such a course will console your conscience ami redound to your revenue TUB lending editorial in the HURL friiKXN HKRAIU nriuwhcrs the fad that our old frieudand fellow vrorkmiui Spencer Cooper tllc nR in naauued active manage meat nufl editorial charge of that newer little tfliert and none more heartily welcome 1ilm ImcV and extend to him the heat wiiliei fur Ills ultimate recovery from that worst of lietettliiK NIYI than time writer of thlwho has traveled ver the sane thorny paths of IraiHgrcMton Brace uy old boy for we know you are a uetrahaper man from start to finish and few there be who can head you onDlCk White in Cataptou Banner Thanks Dick for your kind encovrng ing words and your exalted evidence of In the blyeor any rlmilar kindness our ability And Dick you may bet your boots that un living sae appreci ates a friendship such it1that breathed Tore than does Old Spence But you know that and of coupe w nt bet Come over Dick and well talk over the hot times in the old town we have helped to make and break bread togeth er Tho latch string IIs outside and ever reipenilre to your touch We learn that lion G B Swan o of hazel Qrtea Iis a candidate for the legislatureis hia district in 1809 That isI a lang time off but M the district Iis Democratio by large Majority sad as a Democrat will la all probability be selected we know of seas more capable than he to fill that position of boner Mountain Voice The above is news to us and illustrate the eld saying cc Yu must go rshere U hear home newa Judge fiwanf nay hare the legislative+ bee is his k afut hat though close to hia the above U tkt flnt beets fan bean IT Iu F s KENTUCKY needs a new building in keep- Ing with her wealth und merit and we trust thin corning legislature will taku thin initialI steps to that end What Kentucky need t is men of courage enough to act as their aIjudgment dictates and not men afraid of I record The people of Kentucky arc cnt tied to be regarded us sensible thinkiu people and their representatives should act UK though the people hll sense enough tto appreciate what is right Lets go to fork and build a state house Carlisle Mercury Wo see whero you are right Green nod if there is u man in the state who ought to know about it you are certaiul that man for you have been tugging iii the public teat in that same old barn since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary WHAT a roast II It is neither II pig nor a posAiim this tina lint it is time roas Editor Knloe of tho Louisville Dispatch in its issue of Monday gave the Nashville American which paper it says is owned and controlledt by Hepublicans and gold bugs though wiling untler tho free silver flag to secure patronage that it is U traitor to the party it pretends to represent and ever ready to rip it up the back when by so doing it can secure success to the Republicans Inshort it bemeans it for everything false foul or filthy and then cups the stuck by saying it is not entitled to as much respect among good Democrats as tho Courier Jourunl even I GONUUKHS convened on Monday and in speaking of the probable business it will transact the Louisville Disiiatch par esteemed free silver contemporary quotes Hon Henton MeMillcn of Ten nessee as saying IIbe approaching session of congress will result in the pnssagu by that bodyof but fu v important bills He sass the administra tion will out assist Cuba if she desires iiMiiMtaiicu wad ifsho does not desire it help will bo forced upon hr He is of the opin ion that Spain will be allowed to compim1 the Cubans if possible and if it Iin sptn she enn nut do it and the island hills fair to gain its indupeniltiire this country will at thei lust moiaunt give her ii sistatne HlllTOIl COOlKU Of tho IlAXUI GUIIKS IllUtvrI Mnnnnncus that he hits wound up Ills business on Kuglu creel und returned to the editorial tripod to make Tin HKIIAIII what it used to be tine of the very best local wipers in the state Spincer eon do it if hu will stopserai ping with Joint Itarlevcorn jf Knglc creekSmuu Cassity in Morgan bounty Democrat If the future henna a fortune in store for MS on the understanding that we no wore combat the Eagle creek champion then indeed may you put us down as n multi millionare for with a firm determination antI the Musters help we know we can resist Old John V most tempting invitations and well do it Tin friends of Hon lames Ir Black of Cnox county jUt grooming him ns an entry Into the race for the Democratic nomination for attorney general Frankfort cor Iex Ington herald lheII friends of lIon James D Mack want him to mnke the race for governor and feel confident that he can IIwin hands down Dont try to make him bolt the track to tho governorship or you may engender the enmity of all astorn Kentucky TUB people of Kentucky and more Specially time free silver Democrats with whom ho lea recognized leader will regret to learn that Gen P Wilt Hnrdin ii d the misfortune to lose his wife a few lays since She died at the home of her Inugnter Mrs horns of Charlottsville va whom she was visiting The funeral was held at Frankfort on Tuesday morning at 10 oclock CONnnRes tAN K K SliiTlK passed urn yesterday to Washington for the coining ession of conformisttIexlngtol1 Herald la the above a mistake of the mergan baler or an idiom of thoU intelligent cOMpositor 1 But after all is confor mitt an error Congress will conform- to HcKinleya views and it may there fore be used correctly and advisedly LLOYD IHATHKU of Kentucky a 1200 clerk In the interior department huts been promoted to a 1400 clerkehlpWasbing ton dispatch Lloyd ia a Lexington boy and a prin telr by the way with whom we hue worked many a day And we are glad te note hU promotion and prosperity PRESIDENT McKiNirYs mother was triCkeD with paralysis of the vocal o- rpH at her home in Canton Ohio a few lays since and has never regained her f Mech On account of her age and in raaltiea fears are entertained that she anot aurrive the shock Tt Out a Geld UOM Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablctr AU drunints refund money if it fails to cure 2 i cII Old papers 20 cents per 1 HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours Ia sediment or settling indicates a diRe cased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamo Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pnin in the hack kidneys liver bladder timid every part of the urinary pn ngns It corrects ina bility to hold urine and scalding pain in passing itur bad elects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcome that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild antI the extraor dinary Ilfict of Swamp Hoot is winn realized It stands the highesti for its wonderful cures of the moat distressing caws If you need n medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail mention Tin HAZPI GnrKX HIUAU and send your full post office address to Dr Kilmer k Co IitiKIIamptdn N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer John Iaiigman Will McOilawny and Kd Stephens of Mt Storlinir were registered at Mr Ellen Kaslis boardinghouse this week They loft for home this morningI after a very successful hunt in which they killed about 107 part ridgesA u 100 Investment Brings 321400 Mn Cooiint When you srid recently that SltlU spent for an ad in TUB IIin AM would increase the telling price of the 210 acres of thin McCtnitv farm from bo to sIOO over the last sale price when not so advertised I must confess I took the statement with a grain of salt lint paid my 100 and said nothing The result proved that you were right The first sale came on a beautiful duty and it brought only 1001 Saturday Dec 4 was a very disagreeable day but bidding was brisk and the same land brought 1 ICiItr 214 more than when not so advertised cud I think the IS well spent IHad the day been auspicious I believe it would have brought IOOt least I nin now convinced that printers ink is a prime factor in selling or buying any tiring in which the people are interested and no longer wonder at the mammoth advertisements Isee in son e papers They evidently pay the advertiser a good per cent on liii investment and should occasion H2mn oiler I shall certainly use tho columns of your valuable paper Respectfully etc etc- JOHN M ROPKI Hazel Green Dec 6 1S97 The funeral of Frank Banks who ac cidentally shunt and killed himself last summer will be preached by Hcv James It Word on tho third Sunday at the Hose school house on Lacy creek Tho Cincinnati Live Stock Record The stock men of this section should subscribe for the Cincinnati Live Stock Record if they wish to keep abreast of the times There is no other paper pull lished which givesi the actual sales and prices as does The Record mind when you see u sale quoted in that paper you can be assured it is correct The subscrip thou rates are Mondays Issue per Year t 1 00- Momluyuml Thursdays ISRIC per Year 1 5U Momlny Wednesday and Fridays Issue JILT Year 15 00 Monday Wudnvmluy Thursday and I 0rMonday ednnnday Thursday and Friday six Months 150 Subscriptions left at this office will be promptly forwarded and wo will pay all postage Or we will make a liberal clul ring rate for TilE HKIUID and The Record Call andsec about it if you Are interested in stock sales In the Toils- ofa cougha hacking racking rasping cough that Irritates the lungs and leads to dire results It ia in such cases that IDR BELLS Pine Tar Honey efficacyTheeradicatedthe irritation is al layed the lungs are healedand strengthened and cold leaves disappearsbefore InfalUbirosblIII1bt or severe All druggists- Mil Ittat lie Mo Lad 9109 a botu or u war bu slat epos rsetipt or deL Ts 1 5 NIsr g ieAss crarer r KI n Grent Clot inn ANJJ I Overcooi nIoJ COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 110 liens fine Satiuotta Overcoats at 1241 1other dealers price 4 300 liens Long Ulsters at 5 other dealers price 20 405 Cassimere Suits at S100 other dealers price 150- J50 liens 750tQdeal ers price 7centH 7uO oilierdealers1 EValU naparlmaul is OverfIowinu Wilft 0sr9a1gS11 DlaekISocks at 5 cents per pair other dealers pried 12e- A line of colored shirts at m cents other dealers price fiOt 300 Boys Gum Coats at 110 other dealers price 2501 Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS I JIRtOSE D VISoPIlACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GHEEN KENTUCKY WE Home IusoI DEPARTMEN11Iemplnyvour work ia respectfully solicited I FARM FOR SALE I offer for sale on liberal term my farm lying on Backwater four miles below Illknown aa the Mlles Rain farm 175 acres ol which is the most valuable tract of unim proved land in Morgan countYjlth timber on it sufficient to pay I will divide the land to suit purchasers mind tell the improved part separate Inquire of STEVE PIERATT Kxel Ky or address J C TRIMBLE Mt Sterling Ky W1nOLJant N H WIT EitBPOON Preildeat BD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of aatr chants farmers traders and bHiiness mea generally throughout Eutern Zestacky aid ottare Its el1ltomeri every facility uthe most liberal terms within the limits of legitiaaate banking OCtUlY Anions sendng a ketch and d quickly rwtKln our opinion tnl InTontlon li proh blrp t UODlltrtctlreonlldenUaL IrsendbookM sent tree mutest aarener Patents taken throub NuD speNar nonce without Scientific Mmerk 51culonIoe V to w Aa HOWARD STAblFEBATTORNEYAi OAMPTON KY wm practice In the courts oIWllf adjoining countlu AU bulae to ot care will reeelvt rroput J JI6V Physioianand Surd HAZEL GREEN J1 rSurferyandobstetricff 1 1 J I 1JtI IERALo COOOCOCOGOCCCOi co n tooooOQIjOQJOOQOXQUI y rsvillc Sunday Mrs Wallin bas been quite sick for the past few days Mr Mrs Joe Uosc were shopping in our town Hominy Ed Frisbyof French burg was a visitor iu iliZ1 Greeu Wednesday lidS Sarah Vest of the Murphy fork teas in tovn shopping Monday u Misses Rosa Little and Alice Linden of iflniore were in tows Monday Clydi the little son of Mr nod Mrs John Davis is quite Hick with fever Mrs Lou Seize was suffering from scl otic rheumatism several days this week Rev Mr Word filled his appointment nt the M E church south on Sunday Mrs Lizzie hashof Maytown ill visitingi Dr Silas Kiuli and wife of this place Mrs Miles Nickell mill daughter of paysboro were hhoppin in Hazel Green Wednesday Several CHHCS of chicken pox are re abouthazelGreen Stamper and wife of the Stam per branch were in town Wednesday to do some shopping u R S Icnney reprcsentini Chiles it TlMinpou of Mt Storlinjj was a guest of Mrs Klliii Kanh Friday Miles Linden and sister Miss Mahala of above Lee Citywere in town Monday the latter to do tniue shopping iWin C Ferguson representing W A Ciiiiitlly dry goods and tiotiutis was a guest of the Day House Monday Dr Silas Knsh and wife spent Satur unlay night with Mrs Kashs brother Johnny 1ieratt and wife of the State road Willio IvHsh who has been teaching the school at Finrastle in Lee county closed his school Friday and came home Monday Ham Wilson the artist has this week put the finishing touches on Mrs Lou Days furniture and it shines like the noonday sun Topics for sermons at the Christian church Sunday are The lionof Christ at 11 a m 11111II Kesiilts uf Sin at C0 p m Mrs Nannie Kash closed her school at the Public Squar on Wednesday last and the patrons are much pleaded with htr administration Miss Sarah E Vest of the Murphy fork was honored last week with a visit from Misses Susie Orecr and Lizzie Cas key of Grassy creek Miss Lizzie Swango the bright little daughter of Mr and Mis Arbury Swan go tuok dinner with Mrs L N Ware of this place Sunday Jonas Vansant and Thrasher Combs circuit court clerk and sherin elect re pecthclof Campion were guests of the Day House Saturday Mrs Uiibecca Swango of Mnytonn visited Mrs S B Kasli Friday to have a dress made She contemplates a visit to- Joui8vllle in the near future For SaleA firstclass improved White sewing machine with all attachments and good ali new cost tit but will be Oldor t21 Apply ut this office veryfinethe only kind he ever kills lie believes in good eating and must generally has it Robt McLin who has been in Louio villo buying goods and who visited his old home at Hose Hill Vn during his absence returned home Friday evening last Those who are indebted to thin office are gently reminded that with UII it in thr1dontresort to the law Mr and Mrs Lindsay Ware will please accept the thanks of the editor and hie better J fur a dish of the meat pork sausage the said editor ever smack ell hia two lips over STRAYED OR HTOLEN From the Cox utill neighborhood about 10 days ago a pale red cow mottled face 5 years old Any information about her will be fully appreciated by Dr J F Cope Mariba Mm Emily Cockrfll was seized with UrMason prescribeyesterday but not altogether free from palO Lung sorenefH is a forerunner of ser slightestIndication TarHOU11prevent further progresa of the disease curingeou81irleund in the annals of medicine thatthoofthoestatcmuchifpricOVCrUCIIIJJIItbruaglit outThisvertise but must skeptical on this point and we hope our merchants will try it on 1111 McGuire of Witt Libert was a guest of the Day House Tuesday night lluowInClcrUIIuptniunthatbe countyamid lanetiuutheCaueyroute to Frozen to secure right of way Dr Taulbtc has a photograph of YI Arkansaw Inn at Hot Spring located in Happy Hollow anti ArkII the photos otI vlms Keene Alattoon Lou Miller Knod Oklahoma Clurenee Ituiter Lancaster Uiiio and Dr Tuul bee allof whom are dressed in wild west costumes The picture is quite a veryhighlywhoac likenes are in it portrayed Miss Minnie Days school nt tho school house better known us CecilI tion will Gloat tomorrow mild patrons will bu well pleased with her tutorage is paleut She taught the same school last besbiun mild rendered such universal satisfaction that both trustees and patrons were united III selecting her as supervisor fur the present terns A lady in this town whose name we dare nut print her fear of orlending will please accept the thanks of tho editor und his bettor b for a basket of Irish potatoes a mammoth sweet a tquash and u fine Mend of cabbage The latter w ta quite large but hardly M big as tier heart which has A kindly bent for all Gods people- c4vPooPOVrwwoooooa cwooowwooucoo4- oHat 13cautyaIs largely a case of mutt fitness A pretty hat fur rue woman is tin ugly lull for anutliur 1 study time effect ot a lint on your fucull your eoneral appearance mad make hii gestluiis accordingly Many time hats of my own design made iecially fur my customer are more litMXiiuing and therefore inure tttylUh looking than my tfinest pattern huts Iii i west close uullby Jan lo aural will slyer best bargains ever teen in Hazel ireen Xzwvw MRS S B KASH w rvwococaovco ooaoovo oovoooo Mrs Lizzie Muixeywho win visiting her sisters Mrs Lou Day mini Mrs Kl lea 1ieratt at this place lust week iis IHHV visitingi her son Hue Maxey und wile of 1lfiuiuit Hun Morgan county Her son and his wife collie over Friday to visit Sirs Day mud others and tuna their mother home with them for a stay ofu month or so The public school at this place will close on Friday and iit is safe to rev that 110 better tshool h has ever been taught in the llaul Green district Curtis Quick 1I11 stands ax a premier amoiiy lountry pedngogucs and the atroiM recouiiixo this in till rllpidIIIItIlCe Iris pupils hive mule during the present session +The topic for the V J S C glIext Tuesday evening is Prayer Visa Ave Swango is the leader The topic fur Tuesday evening the Jlst is Steadfastness and time lender will be Missi Lillio Evuiiii The topic for Tuesday evening the 2Sth is Christian Oniwth and the lender will be Miss Mallie James u The poem in this week s issue is from tho pen offur artist Sam Wilson who hiss from time to time contributed ver sea for this paper He writes with an easy graceful style inclining to the sympathetic order and will write ex elusively for THE HERALD Miss Maggie hash who is yisiting her deter Mrs Floyd Dayof Winchester writes that she will be home to speed Christmas Also that her fiancee Eugene Atkinson of Powell and several will be hereyoung men of Winchester for the same purpose Chaperoned by Will Jonesf Hedges formerly of this place Charley Pang man Will McGillaway and Ed Stephens of lit Sterling have beem bird hunting in this section since Monday in the forenoon of which day they bagged 19 partridges John Bay while putting esme lim ber through a window of the academy n Fridaw evening a sager cut on a piecef glassI so badly u t require a couple of stitches in the wound winch Dr Sl1al Kssh made I In the absence ef HF Pieratt wbefM announced inlast weeks paperis juror in theUS courtllt Cuvlngtoo Alort Pie rats iis the miin guy at the store and U HHjUted morning aud evening by H U Ouicksall Mrs H F Pierattt in the absence of her liege lord Henri on Moniav had several iporkers butchered Yr fielson Wckell superintended the werk which Iis equivalent to saying lIit was well done egosh John E Wheelrr and C C Chandler of La renee countyvisited at Judge Vheeler from Saturday until Monday The former U a cousin and the latter a ephew to Judge Wheeler nyLT To the Preachers lathe Moutaiii We want every preacher in tho mountaiua to interest himself in TUB HERALD and solicit sub scriptions for it The price of the paper is 100 a year nod to every preacher who will solicit Hiibseriptious wo will givo U5 per cent which may be applied to pay his salary or to the church i fund as he tray elect We want 1000 n w subscribers and take this method to get them nod nt the same time help tho Masters everydemiuntbnntbot authorirod to act mId NOW to day is the time to begin Elder r unuerIlike fur all to begin at once iCyThe 75 cents duo on each subscription thus taken must be sent with the name The better way is for each preacher to re ceivo four or Inure at a tiim and then enclose names and bills in his letter glut where this cannot be dune send stamps for lless than 100 Those conveni tilt to the oJIicc can hand it in GcY Write names and pont offices plainly and address SlKNCBK CooiKit Hazel Green Free to Our Readers Our readers will be pleased to learn that the eminent physician and scientist Dr Kilmer after years of research and study has discovered and given to the world a most remarkable remedy known as Swamp Hoot fur the cure of kidney mil bladder I roubles the generous ffer to renda bottle free that all mummy test its wonderful merits without expense is in itself guflicicnt to give the public confi deuce anda desire to obtain it Swamp Hoot hints an established reputation ns the most successful remedy tend is receiving the hearty endorsement ofall uptodatit physicians hospitals and homes If our men and women readers are in need of a medicine of this kind nc time should bu lust in sending their name and address to Dr KihnerC C Hinjxhamton N Y anti receive campk bottle nnd pamphlet both sent absolute Ily free by mail The reuular sizes maybe obtained at the drug Moico When writing please soy you rend this liberal offer iu the HAZEL GREEN HERALD Improving Their Easiness MR COOPER Wo will answer your request as to our experience in advertis bug by saying that we lutve had a well displayed advirtisemcht in the HAXII GREEN HERALD for over two years nnd attribute our success coupled with good workmanship to that advertisement which wo know brought us much bust ness we otherwise would not leave had E pcciuly iis this HO with regard to our wagon building Indeed we are so well convinced of this filet that we would tiny as soon think of dying business without forge or anvil as without adver using and we believe that all business men who similarly use the columns of Tin HERALD will experience the same satisfactory results Wishing you the success you deserve we reman Yours truly ROSE it DAVIS Hazel Green Dec G 1897 How to Provont Pneumonia- At this time of the year a cold is very easily contracted and if let to run its course without the aid of some reliable cough medicine is lia le to result in that dread disease pneumonia We know of mi bettor remedy to cure a oughIIr cold than Chamberlains Cough Remedy We lawn used it quito extensively and it hums aiwavs given entire satisfaction Oola gab Iml Ter Chief Thin is the only remedy that is known ti be H certain preventive of pneumonia Among the ninny thousands who have used it fur colds mind la grip w wn have never yet learned of a single case having resulted in pneumonia Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to femur tin attack of pneumonia should keep the remedy at hand The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by J T Day Baa Invented i Bolt Cutter John H Hose of this place has just invented and made a bolt cutter that is one of the most complete tools in that line we have ever seers Without a drawing which we are unable to make it is impossible to give a complete de tcription ef this very serviceable tool But it in made MI that both blades of the knife meet simultaneously the action of the blades being controlled bya rod working through a slot It must he seen to be appreciated and those who have seen it think Mr Rose could snake his nark and good money by having it patented TUB HERALD thinks IIP bun a fortune within his reach if he willonly grasp it sad hopes he may done Mt ItirllBi Iperti men Jehn Pangman and Ed Stephens two of the hunting party from Mt Sterling will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better 4 fur n rabbit and three partridges The editors household by cemnoa consent agreed that the birds should be eateR by our Itand the rest of UI were content to munchrabbit ElectiM ef Masonic Officers Worshipful Mater Pieratt requests us Ie lay that be weuld like to see all the member of kizph Lodge No 607 F ft A M prettat 10 Meoday the 27th inst The annual election of officers will be held that day and it is important that every Member be present Hytaf feMto to file MtuUlu- Bei Mttrjhr of the Murphy fork and Milt tyklii f Bandfiefd passed threunh here Monday ea ronte to the ouitaina U busy cattle lee had a full supply W uriiliqbobb to keep his accoMU etraighu = 4 nT T ii nos 1 nA Christmas Advertising+4nr 1fO Cents an Onch Each isaue for 1 inch or 100 inches but no ad taken for less than SlOO To parties however 3 who will take 6 inches or more willIt JI F f rt ItonI r to secure the mountain trade and a trial ad now will convince them that THE HERALD can send them a permanent patronage if they will only use its columns to invite tho people ffifirSend copy at onco accompanied by the cash to SPENCE COOPER IIAIU OUKKN KY 1M I i = gYMMNIAIds Mt wRYr V M U + II Tho Dust and Cheapest School In Eastorn Kentucky t i71rJJt mBtJJtJI1jtltr b ibJ 1t t MTll NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY Naxt ScssioQ BByiQSI fflUndau Januarn 8 1898 Full Courses Sustained in Evory Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible ooTuition501ultipinmid y 1111101orTenn Ior Catalog nod further information write to WM HI CORD Principal HAZEL CREEN KY A BUSINESS absolutely neeeMiiry 1plllrf BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY Write for beautiful glvln tosllinonlnli WIll rnilunlcii or prominent pooltlnnH Mil over the fulled Stntellit will 1be mailed JltKit College biiildiiiK and ofllec Third mud Jeflcrion Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Kay 10 1097 WEST J3UUND4oI I STATIONS No L Daily IInll1fJ porAvoupmWlndlcpmFairliefpmIndianpatClayHtutiton 8 10 urn 11 20 nm Fllson 7 fiO ail 10 4H am Uundfe 7 45 nm 10 17 am Nat bridge 7 40 am 10 03 am Torrent 7 24 am 9 25 urn Heattyve Je 7 03 sum 6 00 am Three FkiC 0 53 KM 7 40 am Athol 6 32 am 6 60 am Jackson 6 00 ma 610 am EAST BOUND A No6 STATIONS No 2 Dally ex Daily Sunday Lexington 2 30 DM 6 40 am Avon 2 54 pm 0 13 sa Winchester 8 12 pm 6 46 an Falrlic 3 24 pm 7 45 aM Indian Fld 3 40 pm 8 WJ am Clay City 3 68 pm 9 10 am Stanton 4 08 pm U 20 am Fuses 4 21 pm 11 M am Dundee 4 32 pm 12 25 pa- Nt Drldl 4 37 pm 12 3fJ pm Torrent 4 61 pm 1 10 pm Beattyve Je 5 Ifl 68 p ThreeFka 5 26 26 par allAthol 6 48 JI 22 pm Jackson A 20 20 pn NOl 1 and 2 arrive sad depart from C4 0 Union depot at Lexiagtoav All freighi trains arrive aid depadfries Ketherlaad 1L BAD G111erCI1 AS 8COTt Uei Pals Agtat 7- lri ruutr na J EDUCATION 1lIH to the smog man or you uiu woman j hook I Addrc+ WILBUR R SMITH KYVForCOMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hrilnl nt Worl Expo ltloB padocostllotinoki and Ilotrd In family stout HtT t fpeefa111nu rv 1dtrryOourMfrseU4NIasramttor nit I i rifer fn kart your Itttrrt rtafk HI ti drn r i WILBUR RSMITHVCXINOTONKV t TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK lIT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 SnBPLUB 3000f 0 J M DIORTAFF President Ptl Q L KIKKPATIUCK Vice President w W TJlOMSON Cashier 0WerespecttullysolfedtthebasineuefmuefiiI generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give MA chauco to send you a bank book lay yrchecks and loan you noaey whea Ia stud W W THOMMOH CashMr YOUR FORTUNEIii 0 Xeip 1a11lorMI a1llIN+ l- plm iu- lt IIlE IIIvaaxassts arrra I 4 Awns btrrAIJY tu zA- tN 7ipMII 11 JU aIt 1 ae M w r awsaaswvulcruwMIrll Ao s j l X I i jJf vy 1 S z 14 3 q 5nyl xrt xi ITS A MONSTER Largest Cannon in Tho World Undor Construction It in 1or New York Harbor The largest canner In the world in now- HllfbuUt at the Bethlehem Iron Works ronnsylvanh for the protection of Now York Harbor It in to be placed upon Romer t heals near the entrance to the bay upon a nionivo foundation of steno and concrete reaching fifty feet below low water mark and protected by a turret which will ho large enough to shelter both cannon and the quarters of the crew It will ho mounted so it can be pointed in any direction and thus hiivo a full flweep of all the channel that approach the city A single whet from this gun will utterly destroy nny vesSbl afloat and human ingenuity has not yet conceived anything that would projectilts tilesIt will require 1000 pounds of powder for every discharge nnd will carry a projectile of steel weighing 2300 pounds in almost n straight fine more than six teen miles At that distance the pro jcctUcs will have a striking energy equal to the force of a 2600 ton ship running at 20 knots an hour Tbo largest instruments of war now in existence too two cannon mounted at the mouth of tho harbor of Spczlu near donna where tho Italian government line its naval arsenal They weigh 120 tons which Iin about the weight of tho monster that was exhibited by the Krupp company at the worlds fair Tho new gun for Homer ShnaU will be si jjtons heavier and live feet longer and repre Bents several Importnnt improvements which have been Uncovered or invented since the Italian and Krupp guns were made Thcro I III six inch gun in the Great Britain fortress at Giliralla supposed to bo the Htroiigeit in the world but in rather old fashioned Totirtata are nhvayH taken to nee it however and enternrirting little Gills as tho citizens of librultii are called are usually on hand to crawl through tho boro from breech to muzzle for coppers This 01 IIl1jUUiloo Tho now gun being made at Jtothlo bon will bo fortynine feet two inches long cad at time thickest part of the breech will nieiuure five feet five inches in diameter It will weigh J12i tons unit the caliber will ho sixteen inches It will cost I120000 anti tho carriage pedestal anti turret iOO000 moro Tho machinery required for handling and firing the gun will ho operated by elcc tricity ami in of the most delicate and accurate description Although sixteen or eighteen men will ho required as a crew to keep it in order tho actual load ing and firing will ho done with as little elicit as playing a piano or a typewriter The shot will bo aimed with muthcmati cal instrumentsllviniMii UJ 4iikuiil4tiv Science has discoveredi method to de termine with the accuracy of a pair of apothecarys scales how far n certain amount of powder will curry a certain necessaryfnrtho weight tiC thu charge and tin projec tile nod tho approximate distance to the target which is ascertained by scientific observations Then he ndjtiMs the deli cote mechanism before him touches a button gently and away slit goes with tho exercise of less trouble and strength than is required to lire an old fashioned horso pistol Kycn if tho shot should not happen to hit tho cruiser aimed at fourteen or fifteen miles away it would be very apt to hill in its immediate neighborhood mud would create such a commotion in the water as to swamp it if it did not miss the weasel Tho largest guns now in use are on the great battle shipsof our nayy They weigh from sixty to seventy tons lint the largest boro is thirteen inches Tho weight of 1a twelve inch gun is about fifty tons 1 ho now gun was designed by Cnpt FI XiiliiisVi of tho retired list of tho- nrmy and is being constructed under the direction of Cnpt Ira McNutt of the orduanco corps Mid Lieut John S McigK formerly of the navy All the metal used is compressed in tho fluid atuto by pneumatic power anti is then forged under tho largest hammer in the worldwhich in cRpnbleC delivering n blow of 120 tons With every step in the process of manufacture specimens of the metal nro subjected to chemical analysis and other tests to determine tbelr purity density and flexibility As much care is taken with the various parts of this monster in construction and tho selection of material as with a microscope or the fittest watch Tho gun is made in nine pieces The tub which is the center of the gun wilt weigh J2000 pounds This is covered by n jacket which slips oft nnd on ac cording to tho necessities of the can jnckctIsoral hoops which weigh a ton or two each Tho breech lock is n piece of metal about na big na n Hour barrel tempered and annealed by the most delicate processes know to science After hearing some friends continually praising Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Curtis Fleck of Anablem California purchased bottle xf Iit for hit own use anti is now as en thusiastic over its wonderful work as anyone can be Tho 25 and CO coat- sizeafor sale by J T Day w t l tTJM taiMMft of Xtwipipors rr1l Jefleteon MIdU If Y had tochoose newspapersaedJnawspapernI abound choofto tho latter That wna say log a great deal for newspapers but any slaps PMMD roust admit that newspapers hayomu htdJnsbapIDg public Msnti Gent on allliapdrtant matters Perhaps to M we do not fully rcallre tho great aidof thorrc8IIIn religious political and indus progressWho that the world without newspapers cgul have attained present conditions Can wo imagine our condi tion if our almost innumerable publica tions should bo suddenly nnd forever stopped Total blindness of a person who bad enjoyed perfect sight would fail to correctly picture our condition Newspapers keep people in touch with each other and with every interest Through the press nil questions are agitated until tho people settle them As this medium of communication re suits in moral culture find civilization Jeflcrsen would have preferred newspa porn without government to government without newspapers lint as every sweet has its bitter o the preps humus alse its influence for evil It has caused people to believe things which were ab surdly false and by misrepresentations caused nations to engage in bloody war and In this country many are being con tinually deceived and vote against their own interest Last year the money power got ontroloC most all the leading newspapers In time United States and their influence had minh to do in do feating free silver at that time Ken tacky IIs a case to the point Through the influence of the gold bug Courier Journal and ita little yallar allies the state had been lead Into tho Republican camp But about six months ago tho Louisyillo Dispatch an ably edited free silver paper was established at Louis ville and within this short period hind so completely demolished the gulden calf and its worshipers in Kentucky and at the recent election tho state went 17000 for free silver Democracy Ho wo luiye experienced time influence of newspapers for both good mind evil And as is recorded in holy writ that where slit abounded did grace much mere abound And as the gold stand ard tins through the press abounded the proper support of the free silver press will cause bimetallism to much moro abound Kzol Dept Morgan County Democrat d Dont be persuaded into buying lint merits without reputation or merit Chamberlains Tain hBalm costs no more and its merits have been proven by a test of mummy years Such letter IH tho fol lowing from L G Bagloy Hneneme Calar constantly being received The best remedy for pain I ever used is Chamberlains Pain Balm timid I say so after having used it in my family for several years It cures rheumatism lame back sprains and swellings For sale by JI1aySi- mple I Oaro for Neuralgia George Rice of this place says that tea made of the inner bark of the sugar tree accr saccarinum will cure the worst case of neuralgia It should be drank warm and as otter as tht pain ap pears Being a very palatable drink and an easy one to make in this country wiiero tho sugar maple abounds our readers should try it Groat Music Offer Send us time names and addresses ofI three or more performers on the or organ together with ten cents plnnoII ver or postage and we will road pieces full sheet music consisting of popular songs waltzes marches etc ar ranged for tho piano and organ Address Popular Music Pub Co In dinnapolU limit FOR WATCHESGOOD I at 360B- ETTER ONES at 600= + tNI UlWlm And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEINTZ 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ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN KENTUCKY tiji 1 = uu IuYA11LLcnE coRi-r I rml =00000ooooodo r BrightestrJJ fhntJJ1 prettiest brightest and bent papers in iiJ Kentucky and vu dont chargo n con t for i IIwclil Considers It n Curo for Disease t11t11Ilunry Iioratt writing from West Liberty J 1887 mielI Send my HEKAU riii on as usual Without it I could not digest a l JJ 1 darn thing I oat j could not sloop sound nndfNj + In fact consider it n sure euro for consump i j headacheISponksll lij inli1hJ1lugIt J in tho mountains Wo hope that presort law makprs will give this matter tho consid I 1JJornlion it merits Tho mountain section is minerals and metals and a system of oflliII i up Bro Cooper wo nro for you down this Itjt j j0hsorvor1Doing a Commondnblo Work TIn HAZEL GnEENTHEHALn is devoting a CommOlldablObJlegislature to appropriate money to buildi 11soooooooao o o o ooooooodao+Roo oooeaoo9V0000000000000000000ooooocoeooooooooGoooaooGOG turnpikes in the mountainsBigi Sany News t Ono of tho Ablest and 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