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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i p fIE tlAZEL GREEN HERALD= Cc cc Established March 4 1885 Mado Famoush In the Story o7 Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell egvltnri aaaadaaaif COOPE Owner and Editor r f ENCER 1r ora Noter VWWti Ww From All Nations r mblnr at 011 flack a tlII00 A YEAR Always to Adyane + ttTHIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL H GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1897 NUMBER 2ti f 4 ORREPOfDE1NE + 4 WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings I Rlley Patrick was in town Sun Jar Miles Nickell was in Dnysboro SandnyMadison Hatflohl wont to Hazel Green Sunday 0 j N Lwjoy wont to Ctunpton on 11MQudayon business colored hns gono 1toJackson for medical treatment r Lbgan Nickoll and family were 4 Tailing on this side of tho ridge 1 Sunday I Wines Lacy and wife wore visit It I oJII J ie family of J E Nickell on Sen ay John E Brooks had the misfor itune to cut his log very bndone ey last week Noah Taylor and Miss Sarah l Mai f of color paid Daysboro a Iiait one night last week Lark Lowo and family returned ne day last week after a two weeks iiit to friends on Licking Quito a number of people from this section attended tho annual testing in Morgan county Iibatn Farmer postmaster at aystack Ky was visiting in this eighborhood ono day last week Anthony Lane and family wore visiting his brotherinlaw Joint Pelfry on Stillwator Saturday iqd Sunday 1p Walker Lowe has boon away for feu days looking at tlJe little ix ity of Cincinnati and if ho gots ck all o k Curtis Swango wants go soon i1 Sept 21 CIIARLKY Tollvor Topics Witt Sorrell was up on business Monday i B M Mannin has boon suffering IlFithn crick in his neckICenter and Hnlsey have put up goods on tho Big Branch Mrs P L McNabb has returned worn a short visit to Snlom 0 W McNabb is attending III 1 TO at Campton this week t Cora Mannin of near Hazo1 r reeD was visiting hero Sunday 1 Wn lace Cox of Licking river as visiting in this neighborhood nnday t Tho people wore disappointed fuildtoIii VI BuckVIi i not onheMiss Lizzie Piorntt of Grassy reek was tho guest of Miss Lou atron Sunday J Many of the fed OU11goldmeet r SundayJames of Carter J nndondspasts lYake loVarlovoknowdoingept2 HERALDI t i IOFI 0 when Gourley is Elected Circuit Judget MORGAN COUNTY i Maytown MlsslJesIW W Monker wo are glad to say is convalescing R D Motley was ta see him Saturday Alley Nickoll loft here in his wagon for Illinois He got us far as the Ohio river and could not ford it so ho came back S S Cassity editor of tho Mor gan County Democrat is in town in tho interest of his paper Hope every Democrat in tho county will subscribe for the paper If its a Davis paper so much tho hotter Wo are all for Davis in this neck of tho woods and for tho whole shooting match that got the nomi nation On last Tuesday tho 14th inst Miss Arty Loo Dyo celebrated her 10th birthday by inviting Lilly Oakley Minnie and Nannie Henry Manda Noff Josio Patrick Maggie Leo Childors Sonora Fitzpatrick Ines Day and Ruth Wills all about her age au J members of her Sunday school class to a nice sup per that would hoe done honor to ono twice her years Wingless was thoro and was honored with a seat at tho hoad of the table which was groaning under its weight of good things Yum yum Mr Editor that you could have been there is tho wish of Sept 20 WIXGLKSS Sellars Sunshine- B F Blankonship is making sorghum for John Goso this week Nelson Chancy jr has gone to Ml Sterling with a bunch of cat tie Mrs G C Byrd and son OCCA attended church in tho Culabooso last week I Rev A D Roberts took dinner with M W Jones Sunday Ho had been to tho annual meeting whero ho pronchod on Saturday Your scribe attended the annual mooting at Toms branch Saturday and Sunday Among those who attended from this place were W C Wilson and wife Mrs Rachel Chancy E Bandr F Jonefl John Chanoy Greoa Chanoy and wife S It Nickell U G Nickoll and Miss Monrovia Tostormnn Sept 21 MOUXTAIN BOY Consolation Chat Autumn is hero Water is still very scarce in this locality RollinA Kash passed through hero last Thursday James Motley attended court at Campton on Monday 1 f 1 n Little Blanche Adams has boon quito sick this week Jack Frost mode a few piercing morning calls this week Corn cutting iis tho order of the day in this section also molasses makingJohn Cecil attended the annual meeting on Toms Branch last SundayMessrs Enstorling and Gillaspio han been making some very fino molasses the post week Misses Ida and Lillio Rose pass ed through hero Friday evening en route to tho annual meeting James Taylor wlte has been confined to his bed for the post week with rheumatism is now able to sit up Littlo Misses Jessie Thompson Pearl and Virginia Day gave our school quite a pleasant call one day lost week Tho group of tho Consolation school was taken last wook and it certainly will bo very interesting for all in tho district Uncle David Whitakor of Black water was tho guest of his broth erinlaw Sebron Walters Monday night while in those parts buying cattleMr Taylor tho photographer from near Wrest Liberty was iin this section last week snatching beauties and just ask John Cecil whoso Miss Laura D Rawlings of Covington was tho guest of Mrs E F Cecil en lost Thursday and was one among tho many pleasan- visitors at our school Mrs R D Motley accidentally fell against an overturned chair last week and severely sprained l her spine and back from whichl she has only partly recovered Neal Nickoll while playing with his brother Monroe who hud a drawing knife in his hands kickedl backward nnd in doing so cut his right log just between tho knee and ankle very badly thereby in flicting a very ugly wound On Inst Friday night at the can I mill near Richard Easterlings there was quito a jubilee Quito a number of young folks from all tho near surrounding country woreI present and to say thoy enjoyed it needed only uo editor to be pros ont to see for himself ThorI woro botwoen 30 and 40 in all and among thoso from Hazel Green wore H C Quicken and Kias Laura Rawlings W H Piorntt and I r- h t- v Miss Nettie Wheeler Elza Jamos and MissLucy Bollo McGuiro Courtney McGuiro and Miss Vir gio James Ed Coultor and Miss Deucia Salyor Robert B and Edward 0 Day Jamos Brown II W Thompson James Finch and Curtis Lacey Yo scribe certainly enjoyed it most bountifully Sept 21 NYM The interiors of ono thousand of tho most attractive homos in tho United States have boon photographed by tho Ladies Homo Journal Ono hundred of tho best of theso pictures will bo reproduced in that magazine Tho first article of tho series Inside of a Hundred IIomestwill appear in tho Octo ber Journal Bod chambers recep tion and dining rooms bathrooms hulls nnd apartments of ovary kind will bo pictured just as thoy are in daily uso Each picturo contains dozens of suggestions Ivory wo man is interested in taking u poop into the most attractive homos in tho land to see how thoy aro fur nished and arranged She wants to get practical hints and now ideas for furnishing horown The houses photographod for tho Journal are those occupied by persons of mod orate income Thoir interior ar rangement shows what perfect taste can accomplish with a little money and tho touchof a womans doft fingers Homes in every state in tho unionfrom Maine to Cali fornia were photographed for tho Journals unique and useful series A special from Hickman says that thoro is a girl in that locality plonsotor olso is hankering after n little romance In tho present issuo of tho Courier is the following paid notice Ium worth 4000 in 1my own name and I wouldnt marry a man of my acquaintance I wouldnt marry a man for money nnd I wouldnt marry a man for love and I wouldnt marry any man that wasnt in business and I wouldnt marry a drunkard nor a gambler nor a loafer nnd I wouldnt marry n widower nor an old grayheadod bachelor nor a morn boy and I wouldntbut bless my soul if the right ono writos to Maud sealed care Hickman Courier Hickman Ky upon my word I will marry him before Christmas tide Quito a sudden rush of job work into our office is tho cause of THE HERALD not having tho usual amount of reading matter but wo hope to bo able in a short whilo to do hotter i 1 i 4 L rI V J fp r oiL it101IIJr Ii r ii 11 rf tIjI I rJIIk f it 0 f FI n i u THE BULLETS y fof Fauei to Perforate Plicky Marritt W tens Coat of Mall A dispatch from Jackson says i RL Wooton tho doputy mar shah who wont to Cincinnati and had a regular cont of mail made to protect himself from tho bullota of tho moonshinors novor in his byl1imsolCtho head of Cow crook Wootou and four othor officers woro detail ed to go to the top of a mountain to destroy a still and capture the shiners As thoy advanced q wards tho still and when within 200 yards of it Wooton insisted that ho proceed to tho still with out tho other officers Wooton wont on the other officers remaining in tho roar There is an open space surrounding tho still and ho entered this and seeing two of the shiners emerge from the door of tho cabin in which tho Whiskyr was stored ho called to thorn to throw up their hands and surren dor Instead of that thoy with three companions seized their ri flea and poured a volley at Woot on which wns kept up until all their ammunition was exhausted Wooton stood like a statue and did not firo a shot but when tho firing censed ho advanced to tho men and captured thorn without tho least trouble then called to the other offcers to como to his assistance Wooton believes that ho was struck by at least oiglitoen bullets which would have boon RK many wounds but for tho coat of mail A Curo tor Bilious Colic IlRsouncK Screvcn county OaIh- oo been subject to nttncktt of bilious colic for several ycnra Clmmbcrlnliirt Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhau Remedy in the only sure relief It ncta like nclinrm One dose of it gives relief when nil other remedies fullU D SitAiiP For snip byJT Day LOCAL OPTION LAWS An Opinion to the Effect That Certain Spo clal Laws May Expire Tills Month A press telegram from Frankfort under dnto of September 10 says It is said that on and after Sjptomber 28 all local option laws paned before tho adoption of tin now constitution will become void Warrant for this is found in tho decision of Judge Hazolrigg ot tho court of appeals in March 1800 Local lawyers however differ in tho construction of Judge Hazelriggs opinion rfinco tho adoption of tho now constitution a general law he a boon enacted Those precincts or communities now operating against tho solo of liquor under this general law willof courso still bo in tho phlo of the law but old purely local legislation putting local option in effect in certain localities may poss out of existence after Septem her 28 because such acts gave uni form jurisdiction to certain justices of tho peace There may bo some groupdaJfor tho foregoing but tho opin ion is hold by well posted men that when the general law was passed exceptions were made in favor of these ospecial elections Wo are under many obligations to Maj WHTaulboeof Lee City for Bomo very flna pple They wore about the largfcrt Wer hav8iseen in thii ectinarrAlinc I about 12 ounces each itt K Ui tyrq 7 1 5 h v i r rt If k d a1 If f N x l Ii0 f t fI lt i SSr I j i oP tI kqt Ji6t t J taw 1 v- I tp JFJEHERw lPIJIIUceoru Itttor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sopt 28 1897 MOUNOEMENTS r t For Magistrate r We sire authorized to announce W H k ItLANKENSimM a candidate for MaRls tmte III the First Magisterial District sub jeot only to the voice of the people ut the November clectlou 1697 0 For Surveyor of Morgan County We are authorited to nnnoune JAMES 8 HALSEY M a candidate for County Sur yeyor of Morgan county subject to the cle clsion of the voters at the November 1897 election DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appcalt SAM J 8HACKELFOUD of Davies For Circuit Judge P 11 mDWISI of Urcathltt For Commonwealths Attorney A F DYRDof Wolfe 1or Stale Senator 34th District A U JlOnKUTS of Ow leT For Representative A II PIKUATT of Morgan t JudgetFor County Attorney A 11 STtM1Elt IV Circuit Cbvk J F VANSANT For County Clerk SIIAS TUTT 1er Slierlir A T coml Fur Jailer I W COMPS For asbawer G W SALLKI- IPorCeuitijr SBporlnttmlont uf Schools J W TAUIUKB iFrCoroner J F SAMPlE IrSurveyor K J CllltKCH IzFirstMagisterial District Jute of the Pence J D flOSK ConiUbleSYLVKSTKIt NORMAN i Second Mngiiterlnl District Juitlce of the PeocoP IL IKGG ConntablcJ H DRAKE Thin Magisterial t DUlrlct Justice of the IVM1RKSS HOLLON Constable J W ROSE MINKHS aro returning to work ngnin in some places nt tho com promise rate of 05 cents and it is thought tho great striko is at an end r CiKNBUAialarm prevails through out New Orlonns and tho yellow fever district New cases aro doe veloping dnilnnd many deaths nro reported TUB arguments in the bribory w cases at Frankfort woro ended on Monday and tho cases given to the jury It was thought a verdict would bo brought in soon b SHERIFF MARTIN and a number of hia deputies havn been served with warrants for firing on tho minors at Lattimor Pa recently The sheriff line agreed to deliver up all tho deputies ilfpATVersailles Ind recently five OY rv 10 it bi prisoners were taken from tho jail 1 pI C l y a mob and hanged to one tree Still tho pooplo up there condemn the south for tho occasional lynch- ingI of one miscreant for greater crimo than any of these men comer 1 milled NationalWDemocrats and Republicans wai I fully consummated last Saturday qatWinchester when the Republi cans mot and completed their s ticket by nominating the National i Democratic candidates All the nawHW will now appear under the ri Jcag wbuv design where they be l r c t r JI r ij X q- 1q 1 LlTUI rom WrjttM Jj Mkm ud AjflkrtU Tt trite Preeett T1ItH t The following heretofore unpublished letter written by Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Korchoval tho grcatuncle of United States Dis trict Marshal Korchoval of Indi ana has been found at Vinconnes It bears date of 1831 and is particularly applicable to present times DEAR SIR I am not one among those who fear tho people They and not tho rich are our do pendence for continued freedom And to preserve our independence we must not lot our rulers load us with perpetual debt Wo must make our election between economy and liberty or profusion and ser j vitudo If wo run into such debts as that we must be taxied in our meat and our drink in our necessaries and in our comforts j in our labors and in our amusements for our calling and our creed as the people of England aro Our people like them must come to labor 10 limits in the 24 give tho earnings of 15 of these to tho general government for their debts and expenses and the six teenth one going insufficient to af ford us bread wtimust live as the English do on oatmeal and pota toes This is tho tendency of tho hu man governments A departure from principle in one instance becomes n precedent for a second a second for n third and so on till tho bulk of society is reduced to bo mere automatons of misery to have no sensibilities loft but for sinning anti suffering Then hrI gins indeed the bellom omniun in omnin which some philosophers observing to be so general in this world have mistaken for tho natu ral instead of tho abusive state of manAnd the fore horse of this frightful toast is public debt Taxation follows that and in its train wretchedness misery and op prossion TH JEFFERSON Gold Standard Unconstitutloual Extract from the speech of Dan iol Webster delivered in tho sen ato of tho United States December 21 1S30Mr eltter stood at the very front of his profession as n lawyer and was recognized as tho ablest expounder of tho constitution Mr Wobstor said I am clearly of tho opinion that gold and silver at rates fixed by congress constituto tho legal standard of value in this country and that neither congress nor any state has any authority to estab lish mny other standard or to displace this standard- It will bo eeon from this extract that according to tho opinon of Mr Webster tho present gold standard which has displaced tho dou blo standard of gold and silver is in violation of the rights of the people under that instrument The New Tenants oi tho White House Tho first and only pictures Mrs McKinloy has had taken in ten years appear in tho October num bor of the Ladies Home Journal They form part ofa series of now and unpublished photographs of tho now occupants of tho Whito House Mrs McKinley worn for hor picture her inaugural ball dress of silver nnd white brocade nt the special request of tho president who thought it particularly becoming Tho excellent portrait Qf Mr McKinley in his office was taken in Juno The other pictures in the series show tho many chan ges in the arrangements and fur nishings of tho rooms and grounds made by tho president and Mrs McKinley J Mort Swango loft this moral ing for an extended trip through Tetmeswee tG ri EEicjffflE1EUf II Cherries oooooooodooooaooaiii1I r 11q 11q l Are Ripe I099 Ii L L Jj at t I with us and theres nothing to be done but the plucking for wo offer bargains more temptingntglI than the finest cherries you ever saw Wo have to offer two bites nt these cherries na one will i answer They urn such great bargains that youll hardly believe these goods can be hougbtCl 111nutso little money so we oflerf IU- I 111 The First Bitet I h 1 I mens fine nil wool suits in Clay Worsted Cheviots nnd Bnnnockbimi two and threewih1 1buttoncutaways in blues and blacks swell tailoring in every garment and lined with IIUpeinfarmer satin We have never sold these good for less than I12 10 and 18 nnd not oneII 111nor cost us less than 12 wholesale but you can pluck one for 999 H b bee 1 1NowPlucktt i wet nrI Other BitespryI I are offered in 200 mens Moleskin Pants nt lfc n poirotboro theyll cost you 50rr tt IIII 200 mens blue Cottonade pots at JMc Thev will cost you 75c at any other store a f- iI 200 mens Linen pants at 75c a pair and youll have to pay 150 for tbem for them any will where else in the world We have them in beautiful I soldasI t 1 1 Of course you know what all these goods are without further description but will addbeI that theyre all new goods i CNowt1 I a i I I 11 f e 111iTHE PIONEER O OTHIERSI1 11theI 1 L LEXIfIIiIrTGTONJ FeYH I kkt1a T Lf4PHow Thoy Manage in BourDon County Howard Willson recently of this county but now of Bourbon was hero Friday The pikes of that county are free and are being put in good condition Mr Willsci has charge of several miles near Clintonville and told us how those things are managed Tho county is divided into sections somethini like that portion of our count traversed by dirt roads The count furnishes picks shovels drills hammers etc Experienced mer are hired for quarry workwhilE cheaper labor can be hired on the road Tho county furnishes the overseer with a list of the delin quent tax payers in his district and these must work out their taxes at 1 per day If they refuse they maybe fined a much larger amount or go to jail As sotto of these delinquent taxes extend back for several years it will thus be soon that tho county is saved considerable money Mr Willson thinks that when once tho pikes are placed- in a good state of repair the do linquent taxpayers will furnish ale most enough work to keep them upClark county will have free pikes before long and as nearly one fourth of tho delinquents many of them cxtonding back for several years we will thus have n consid erable fund to start on Delinquents over 50 years of age are not required to workout their taxes inchoster Democrat If tho delinquent taxpayers off Wolfe and other mountain coun ties were made to work out theJ taxes in like manner it would not be long until every road in out section would bo a first class pike rod and nt a very small expens to those who do pay their taxes Tea Dollars a Week for Eight It does not soon possible tha tho table for eight people can be provided for 10 nweok But Mrs Roror the most famous cook in America says it can be dune She has tried it and knows She prove her case in the Ladies Home Jour nal for October She gives 21 mp nus covering a weeks meals and gives full practical directions by which any woman can make as at tractive meals as Mrs Rorer ex plains for this small sum of 10 John A Pieratt who been sojourning in different parts of the west for the past six or seven years visited his brother Willie H at this place fora few hours Tuesday I n der ROSE iiwis f- h OUI- oPBACTICALO t tel BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS t offi- n 1 HAZEL GREEN IiENTUCIiYff gal q = c =i MAKE A SPECIALTY OF nrlLDIXG FARM and ROAD WAGOS G 1 WE use the Best JluterialandI Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get ou prircer nI- I i when you need anything of the kind give nle your order 1J3trODIJIi wi IIand get only Honest Work nnd be llnppyj tht IX THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WP uc employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty IB 1 your work is respectfully solicited ij llor tht FOR I And WATCHESFRED 135 E Main I LEXINGTON KY I WiIlonesterC e a Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSrOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mr chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility anJ the most liberal terms within the limbt of legitimate banking octl8ly A SN FIfl I s1 1 1a L51stiv lIaPracticali 1IA7KI rUKKX KY CAC- t jpl f- A t Hardwood Finish a Specialty fi Oa iJr a fl Mail Orders receive pruiajt i jRttntloa j nJ 4 t Itthu b a Bc- hWGLLIS 1 WKEeIIHAZEL GREEN KYx13 are Blacksmiths and Wagonmakercf E Isbol I I IItp e tdo0 most reasonable rates Give us a tail rite SIi nl- G v1vIiBELErtwit WT C01XflgreW1T1I I TRIMBLE BROTHER the WMI8SaI8 Groc8rs1 Tact MT STEl LING I YtelQc= coO J SEITZ and W WITH ins W M KERR CO olMle JOBBERS IX lYlt- lHardrrara Agricrltrral Im- IROSN hil 0II n I A HE HBRAL ooSOOOOOOOi FLoAE+t1C1flGS + I QQQcva G Nelson Stevenson will prellcht Christian church on SundnCat the JUIOC VH Cora Andre came up from Clay City last Sunday to visit her aunt Mrs John M Rose Misses Ducio and Rosa Snlyer il will start for u visit to their home irt Mogoffln county next jlonduy lis8Esther Wilson who husI 4 been visiting here for several weeks loft fur homo in Mqntgom county this morning try Who wants to buy n wheel We have a first class roadster bicycle which we ally sell at nn exercmcly low figure if oldiOOD Cult at this ollico and exam toe It Our1k sanctum was enlivened yes terday afternoon by tho presence I II i Of Miss Lucy Belle McGuireof St Helens accompanied by Miss Lil n lie Evans Wo last week received a copy of tke Washington D C News Lot tUr containing handsomo steel l I plate portrait of our congressman I ii TY Fitzpatrick 1 Our section was visited bya 4wy heavy frostTuesduy morning r which had the effect of making 3J ear farmers got a move on them ttelfes in corn cutting y We still Imvo that bicycle in our S i office and if any ono wants a bargain I 5u a firstclass whool now is I time to secure it Tho otter will not be open long so cone at once I rrj Wm K Bush of Lexington was f here again from Saturday evening I to Monday noon to visit his sister I Mrs Spencer Cooper who is still ITefy low but gradually improving f On Sunday morning ut the Chns I tIn church the work of church ox f tension and generalI home missions I will be presented and ofteri tigs will J i be made for these brunches of or f iganizod missionary work I S iOn Friday night October 1 W xcaH Cord and G Nelson Stevenson nh Ift will begin a series of meetings in If the Christian church at Daysboro To these meetings all arc cordially r It 11Ii rlDVltOt1 They ask thntovory mom r present on the first night of s the meeting Squire David Pieratt returned A Friday from a weeks visit to rola I tivoa at Ezel and Hazel Green He found his relatives doingwell He reports crops very short on n- cI prertmilIng fI rOwr ngsiI1o Outlook i i State Treasurer Long says that it will bo impossible to pay moro V than 360000 of 800000 due the school teachers in October So i thi teachers will be put off with 1 loss than halfo what theywero expecting to get in October Those ore goodold Republican times rJ Stock sales at Mt Sterling last hi Monlay woro the largest and bos- tJ that have been held at that placeT ctpwards of 5000 head wore on 1tinadequototons dred wore herded on the streets i Sales ranged from I2 to or 110 kithgood demand for superior grades fosifloncoIIthe 0 S o depot at Mt Sterling J1st Wednesday morning and car rledoff clothing silverware a l cQck n lot of preserves all the InandsugarJ they could find nd broke open drawers and trunks I JJMeh of more valuables Olio the b 1 negroI Lexingtonth inastession i I i r We have received ne report from I our Campton correspondent in regard to circuit court but have J learned from parties who returned1I from there yesterday evening that Judge Redwine was pushing caeos throughwith Nisi usual vigor Tho 1 of Commonwealth vs CharlesI munIaluughtor about II year ago was called and all parties announced ready for i trial but when the indictment was road it was found to have boor changed to misdemeanor and Judge Redwino ordered the indictment dismissed and remanded tin case to the grand jury who imme diately took it up and after exam ining the witnesses returned an indictment for murder The caso was sot for trial today Bad D Roso was remanded to jail without bail for the murder of Jake Wire man and Pleas Curr last Juno but when our informant left Campion steps wore being taken to have Rose released on u writ of habeas corpus We did tint learn time re suit At thb annual meeting hold with Bethel church in Morgan county on last Friday Saturday and Sunday every church in the district wits represented by loiter or dola gates The reports Nunn thu field were very encouraging On Saturday the crowd was estimated at seven hundred people und Elders Roberts of Owsley county Adkins of Elliot county amid Stephenson of Hazel Green Academy preached On Sunday time crowd was estimated at fifteen hundred people and Elders Cord of Hazel Green Academy Lacoy of Wolfe county and Bayu of Magofiin county preached The order was good considering the crowd dust etc and U is said that it was the licet annual mooting ever held in tin district There was dinner on tho ground but tho crowds were too large to bo fed by ono church The next mooting will bo hold with Now Hope church on Lucy crook in Morgan county In the list appointments mad Iby the M E conference just ad journod at Mt Sterling we notia that Rev L E Mann who HC faithfully served time church her during the past year has bees transferred to Morehead1 The members here were loath to give upsuch a good worker for the cause ho espouses and wish him much success in his new field of labor Rev J R Word limns been assignee to tho Hazel Green mission Rev S W Peoples will have charge of tho church at Campion vice Ho- T L Wesl and Rov W B Rogar is presiding older for the district LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN On or about Monday Septemboi 20 1897 from my pasture at No ble Ky two horses ono a bu horse 5 years old about 15 hundf high with a scar on right hip and saddle boil about size of hen egg time other a black brown immure 1 years old about loj hands high has a knot on hock of ono hint leg both good saddlers and mare is natural pacer Suitable rowan for any information loading tc their recovery Address Jour JONES Noble Ky or E C JOKES Frozen Creek Ky Bow Weak I Fool I have called eooftun and long that I fool tired Now dont be mistaken for if you dont conic and settle your notes and accounts by October 20 you are sure to feo weak and sick too I mean every one who owes mo a copper Will take anything that I can eat weal or trade again Youfs Dn JOHN A TAULBEE Hazel Green Ky Sept 21 07 Subscribe for THE HERALD 1 per year r l J HI hl l U H iB F PIIIATT 4 GO THB ORIINAPORS OP LON PRICES 1 i liZLWDEN Y i Vc invite the attention of the public to our I I Xdepartment It is now complete and wo say without fear contradiction or the defiance of our competitors that wo can and will sell you your CLOTHING FOR LESS MNEYW + than any man in Hazel Green Wo also carry a complete line of General Merchan use which we will sell as low as any man S3 OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT I entucknddiwaEast jj of all doctors and the people generally 31 We still keep a firstclass LIVERY ASSB FEEDj STABLE for the accommodation of the guests of the Day House or any ono else who desires to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky t Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Creen Telephone Co I When in need of anything in our line dont forget the place 4447P 1 i 7ri Jd a 1 Thanking till our customers for their liberal patronage we remain Respectfully i E O WATOXBEE Salesman ITi FA VXBXCAW tti coJ ri zL frrL rl3zr J 7LfCIfDFw 74f 7 1 a 6A E ni Missionary OfferingsISoptcmlier is tho month fur increasing the church extension fund of time Clsurches of Christ The church nt this place will take the collection on the fourth Lords Day the JGth inst The offerings for general hume inissicns will ho taken on the saute day The church at llarel Green h known far its liberality towanln missionary work and tho ollering this month will certainly tint show n hack ward step Every encumber of the church ihiHilii have a part in thee good works by mnkiuj an oPTeriiic however smnll llnA Second orinllnano 8ii and lUh chapters Do nut forget the day tfun day September 20 or the ollerings for ehureh exten inn and general mime mis sion WM II Comm tilliltr II My boy canto homo from school one day with his hand badly lacerated lUll 1 bleeding and sulli ring great pain say- s1I1 chall with Meyer Bro Drug Co- St Iiouis Mo I dressed the wound nnd applied Chamberlain 1ain Balm freely All pain ceased anti in a remarkably short time it healed without leaving u year Fur wound sprainp swelling and rheumatism I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it I consider it a household necessity Ira 25 and T 0 cent sizes fur sale by J T Hay q00DS Snrsnpirlllix tins over and a over again proved by its cures when all other preparations fulled that it is the Ono True BLOOD Iurlllcr M Ii1OMIt1 m 1Rf f1111AOr M A i iTIlE 1Im MEW t1I111 VOMEN used to think fe male diseases Of could only be treated after 10 c a I examina tlons by physl clans Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest wcmen silent about their suffering The In troduction of l Wine of Cardul has now drm n ttrated that ninetenths of all the cues of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple prot EeSWI duI taken In the privacy of a womans own home insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate now Wine of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina for Its adoption It cures any t I Itlens that troubles comes under disordered the head menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 100 at the drugstore I For jrlca In eases requlrlnr tpeclil the directions UilM AdvisoryDepartment Tha CbttUnoor Medlclno Co CUtU noojt Trim W I AOBltei MA Cart MlH toys tor nsWlaeorCudulaslaerbslr In rnyprfetkand Ant namsatuuttiet- prafanitos ler famala tnubtu- t J rty 1 rw+ t 1 f Tho Best and Onoapoct Sclidal In Eastern Kentucky IIA fJ J aiatlTNORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY Jiexi Session Begins Yfenesaau Sept 111097P1- 1I1 Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible Ilonnl slo 00 Tuition Academic 10 uO 1 uilion Soholiirelilii lIooldllllIl Shorthand and IJ OQPorIor Catalog and further Information wrlto to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL OREEN KY 1 p TRAINING AND FEED STABLE I IT have oponed my Training timid Feed Stumble and will keep on hand plenty of food nid a full supply of vehicles and traps Parties i foraiI L4irTFY T3LLF tJlcusllruinA BUSINESS 1ourBOOKICEEPfNGi SHORTHAND A FLOYD AbitraclB of farirnhed prompt of 4kD1- 7KtolltJlaX7 la practice atIt Also for tho convenience and accommodation of guests of tho Day House 1 have opened nearby nrstoluss Livery Stable whoro twill keep Buggies Saddle Horses and Hacks for hire at all times Persons wishing vehicle to moot thom at Torrent can telephone mo and have OilY desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will also haven full supply of hacks for hiro to drummers in charge of carefulI drivors for which they can contract by tho day for any length of time Persons intending to visit Swnngo Spring will ho met at either 1 1 TELEGRAPHY mrnHlMd Connected Iabsolutely necessary yuung lit tI i IICUIIIIIr= FOR ALL KINDS OFD nJzCALL AT THE HERALD OFFICE BYRD a Carapton- KyATTORNEYATLAW title collee tad returni with tbelaw Area Weod civil I K t Lfyeb I- c gyptn l n 1 a 1 J a a EDUCATIONit the young man or woman i i U1bmft i tlons made A o Ld JI Y A HOWARD STAMPERFa ATroJtYTLA1IA OAMPTOK KY i Will praeHee In tMieeKrM- adieiaJegeeOslaa Vf f Mi uAll YiwlttiueM t- a to eu aeri will rHJi Miiirlil r j c 1 w ti r- r + v ita I t I to TakeEasy to OperateA- re features peculiar to Hoods IM1U Small in size tasteless cffldcnt thorough Ai ono n- unHoods i i You never know you taken n pill till It IIs nil IIIad 25c C ljwell L Hood MaM Co PillsThe only pllli to take with Hoods Sarsiparllla n iZvJYY t1S L ACC+ I1ttmG + Marion county hns nn alarming opidotnic of typhoid foyer A fino vein of cannel coal has boon discovorod near Princoton and will bo operated at onco The woman of Barbourvillo aro making stronuous efforts to pre sent tho oponing of saloons in that town James Millions of Lotchor coun i ty who had asawlog roll over him about throo woolen ago died tho I Iothorday from the effects u I Joo Farnworth in a fit of jealous u rngo shot and killed Ilonry Hatfiold near lonosville Both wore in love with Mary Ferguson i t Arthur Suasloy waylaid und shot I Nato Sousloy on tho stroots of FldiningBburg killing him instant are colored Soasloy is 1iujail Robert L Downs who cut Wal lace IliglKjea throat at houisvillo recently was acquitted at tho examining trial on tho plea of self defense Counterfeit half dollars are being circulated in Middlesboro They are mndo of lond but are a Piece of good work and are hardy to detect It A B8yoarold widower of Law roncoburg with four children olopod with a 17yearold Mercer II county girl and was married at Now Albany f 1 According to the Clinton Domo crat a nrnro belonging to Uncle LignKimbro gave birth to two colts recently one a horse colt and tho other a mule coltI Firo damaged the Rood Hotel at Lexington to tho amount of 20000 Supposed to have origi nated by tho extreme hunt causing n tank of gnoline to oxplodo I An opidomio of typhoid fever is raging in Johnson county as many Is throo persons in ono family boing down with the diwaso Phy sicians are kept busy riding night anti day I Tom Allen manta of the steamer IrIrI seriouslylj wounded Phil Halloway a negro roustor at Paducah for assaulting him Tho steamer pulled out and Allen escaped arrest l Sootion Foreman Win Bowling was struck hn freight train near Pinavillo and DrJ S Smith who was called to attend him was t struck by another train whilo on I Iroute Both uro load t Whilo playing hide and sook 4 4mmear Mannsville Taylor county two sons of Matthew Cox aged ro spectively 7 and 9 years got into a hollow stump whore thoro wore four rattlesnakes and wore so bad ly bitton that thoy died iu half an hour Iu Ohio county tho drouth is so severe as to bo killing forest trees ninny of thorn dying for tho want of sufficient moisture In tho Fordsvillo neighborhood whoro t renter novor failed pooplo nro hauling six miles for drinking nnd cooking purposes b B Allondnr of Lexington Lint R hat tuck which way madoI s n for nnd owned by Honry Cloy Lost week ho sold n mahogany pianof made in tondon in 1787 to Mrs J E Gantroll of George town It was rondo for Wm Thompson of Lexington All bids received by tho build ing committee of Fayotto fiscal court for rebuilding the Lexington court houso woro rejected as being too high Architect Rowe was ordered to revise tho plans and have them ready in two weeks when now bids will bo received Jay Adkins aged fourteen fa tally stabbed his uncle Andrews lams near Louisa Wednesday Tho boys father and two uncles wore engaged in a fight among themselves The father way pot ting the worst of tho fight when the boy took a hand and ended tho row Rather n unique meeting house is used at Camp Nelson in Garrard county Eo S Curlys distillery at that plnco is not being run and as tho littlo hamlet hns no church thoy removed all tho mash tubs out of tho mash room of tho distillery and are using it as a place of religious wofship It has a seating capacity of 500 and makes a good auditorium That looks like fighting sin in its own territory and in its own homo La R no herald An explosion of a strange char acter of which tho mystery hns not yet boon solved took place Sunday at about tho hour of 7 oclock in front of Payne Cos hardware store says tho Clover port News In front of their store stands a pile of brick in which ono had boon accidentally knocked off by a bird to thoground No soon or had it struck than a report fol lowed as though some one had fired a pistol mho report was hoard some distance away and caused a great deal of excitement for n whileCapt BT Treacy tho notnd Lexington turfman who recently died at a Boston Mass hospital from an accident was thought to have mot with foul play as wounds supposed to have boon made by bullets woro found on the body An autopsy vas hold on tho re mains and at its conclusion Medi cal Examiner Stoadman rendered this report Captain Treacy diid from compound fracture of tlu skull Wo found a wound which resembled closely tho wounds made by bullets but wo failed to find nay bullet Death was duo tonn accident Tho remains woro shipped to Lexington for in torment By special order front Squirt CundilV James Johnson brought before Squiro Ilounsholl Tuesday Wm Munson Win Moore Arch Vorso and Arthur Bowlin charged with confederating against John Mullius Tho facts as reported by a gentleman of that locality are as follows On tho night of tho 7th of September tho above named parties wont up Turkey Crook to n house whoro Vino liar vey Martha nud Lou Mullins wero and whipped them then going down tho crook to tho homo of John Mull ins wore preparing to treat him in a like manner whoa John accompanied by his brothers Davo Dick and Mort fired upon thorn with Winchester rifles hit ting two horsos nnd probably wounding ono of tho crowd Tho case when called was deferred to await tho action of the grand jury who will put forth every effort to ascertain tho guilt or innocence of tho parties accused Jackson Hus tler Wm Ilollon andwife returned from Hazel Groon Saturday whoro they have boon attending tho fair IJaokson Hustler HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottlqor commongll3 with urine nnd let It stand twentyfour hours n sell iment or settling indicates A diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid Hey trouble TOO frequent denim to urinate or pain in the back Iis also con wincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are uut of order WIT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr KilIE era Swamp Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder tied every part of the urinary passage It corrects inabil ity tf hold urine and scalding pain in passing hor had effects following use of liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real ized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the mmtdistressingcases- If you need a medicine you should have the lest Sold by druggists price fifty cents nnd one dollar For a sample hot tie and pamphlet both sent free by mail mention Tin HAZKI GKKHX HEUAID and send your full Ipostoffiec address to Dr Kilmer ft Co Bin hllUllton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this oiler It Saves the Croupy Children SKA VIEW Vtt have a splendid Mia on Chamberlains Cough Remedy and our customers coming from far and near speak of it in the highest term Many have said that their children would have died of croup if Chamber Iains Cough Remedy had not been given KRIltMIC Orii its The 25 and 10 cent sizes for sale ltyT T flay Woiltlorf ul are tho euros hy Hooda Sat npnlll1a and yet it is only because as tho ono true blood purifier it slakes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills far the liver mill bowels act easily yet promptly 25c To Caro a Cold in One Day Take Laxativo Hromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it nibs to cure 25c Sound Lungs are kept sound and weak lungs arc nmijc strong hy IR nitMS PINKTARHOHKV n scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections A jrrnrnro I lm l n lung spell vt fever InatMlllvil In my lunsw nI vsu011 n N TIN cnimh ly ihy il lMni HiiHiRht I IINTutlIIlSJauilKoon rvitnivl nit Id health OKO A AILKN llrarHprloe Ky DR BELL- SPIIIkIIETARH HOEVE1 Is n certain specific for coughsIIcolds sore throat ma whooping cough nnd Till e IV Sur Hijd tl n home At nil ilrutnrttl or wet upon rvcvlpt of prlcv by L n SnlknU4 rdlU C IVI k Kf aaooamooooamoaee FOR SALE Four hundred and wvontoon 1 117 acres of surd on Kentucky river Jacksonn Kerry Clark coun tyKy Good house and outbuildings 100 acres of river bottom J MAT MOORE llrvr KY J A T 1iLEE1lit 1II Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY 03Surgcry and obstetrics nspccinlty n xAs1 J Jl1 Xti ATTORNEYATLAXCAMPTON KY fST Collections a iccloltj 2 Tho present enrollment at tho I Academy is bettor than at tho same time in any previous session It is much larger today than it was at Christmns of lust year This speaks well for tho institution Tho people know n a good thing when they see it if sometimes it does take quite a whiloto got thorn lito see it Hazel Green Academy is noted for its thorough instruc tion its true discipline and its low expenses At this school the pupils are subject to tho teachers at all times and tho discipline at tho Homo where boarders are is just what any parent should desire Have you children to edu cate Send thom here Judgo William E Russell who resides near Lebanon owns a curiosity in tho shape of n dog Ho is a large spotted animal nnd his right eyeball iis of tho color of pure silver while his loft optic is BO yel low that it would charm the average gold bugs heart The animal seems to understand that he is something of a financial quantity too because whon you speak about money in his presence ho winks both eyes diligently as if ho wanted to say1oggono you Im n bi motallist Judge Russell calls the log John G Carlisle and finds considerable amusement in dis playing his intelligent canine freak us a financial object lesson To The Voters of Wolfo County It inns beep paid that if I am elected to the office of superin tendent that H N Morton will bo- one of my examiners It is n false statement If I nm success ful in tho race for superintendent I will assure tho people that I will have a new board and will on dtavor to suit tho people not only in that but in every respect Very Respectfully J V TAUIUBB Out in Missouri tho Goddess of Liberty on the dome of thow courthouse at Warronsburg huM a HtafT which was surmounted by n golden bull The mockery of liberty was too much for tho county court anti they had tho gulden hall changed to silver Croup time great enemy of child hood succumbs at onco to the soothing influence of Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey Bronchial Tec tions lose their danger whon this great remedy is at hand No homoI should 10 without it TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY 0 CA VITAL 200000 I SunvLUs 30000 a J M IlinSTAFF rro8Jilent- G L KIKKPATllICK Vice President 11W THOMSON Cashier o We rcsiiectfully solicit the liuiiinpsH ofmer chants turmeiK traders ninl huslnc N men KenernUr throughout Eastern Kentucky A general milking business done Give us a chance to said you n bunk book iwy your checks ami loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON asher FAT 0 FOLKS banllItI liDOI REDUCED inunirtioiiMtr p 1111cIW1IPATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL ConflilrntUIU Par MrilcuUrs aiUreu wllh stamp DR OHCMVnnDI Or XTbWiTWlrrritlCACUIU WJHm4 jSKff I01iCIII or Lexington and Eastern Raut Time Tablo In Effect May 16 11171 VEST BOUND 0JSTtTIONSI Nos l I IPIII I IexirgluatII b01111 IIU O Ill 4 1iT1A IllIclltlIlI 47 11 III Jonlrllc I S b mu i1 17nu pal 1pqy f 1 1wClayi 1SlltlitOIlI 4II 1II1II1rlc1 7 all 17NatI 1111 11110 03ItaTorrent Ij 7 1M i SIlettnyve h1 2AtholI i aJaeksnlII jI poi m3 1m tJba F l EST 130UNJ5I1te1 1ttSo1 t STATIONSj No 2 I Sunday Hall o VI Dail v unitI ulliJr I titIJ tori 8 12 pin a16 nm 1o 43ors Fulrlll1t 24 u io T I pal 11111 ql s4 herel11It anStniitoiiRFiisonj J It1I1IhllllltotteSIIIIlr1IIc 1 l 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