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HERALDTe a Jewspaperift 1 a i t THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER2S13oi NUMBER 1 rr t RED WINE H n omethinn About His Record As a Judgo real Cbaago From tho Good Old Days Gone By I ACTUAL FIGURES QUOTED The days of Elliott lliddell Cooper d Lilly are past in the judicial affairs L our district and with their passing dignity of the bench the enforce It of law and order and the conduct lourta seem to have degenerated Inerly when the above named gentle L occupied the bench that in their n fepective courts one was made to feel that awe and deferential respect which comes from bring in the presence of a dispenser of justice nod iin the rendition of their judgments they commanded inch confidence and respect that willing IIobedience thereto was yielded by all They represented the abstract idea of justice instead of the second rate law- yerl1li sad with a jjudicial acumen a moral disxrament and discretion exalted the station they occupied instead of the station being called into requisition to lenlt the man as iis the present case in this judicial district but alas things hive changed since their day Judge ledwine has presided tn the bench for the last Ifive years ind it can be truth yl fully said of him that during his term of office ho has dune more to retard the execution of the law in this district than he bas to secure iits enforcement After his nomination and before his election he promised the people if they would elect him judge that he would sit upon r the bench from early morn till late at night or clear the dockets that were then overloaded with cases both civil and criminal After five years upon the bench what iis the result We quote from the record Beginning with1iis tint term in 1S93 we find that there were on the commonwealths docket oft the rte circuit court 501 cases and at that term of the court there were of i I I thee2S6 continued At the April term off the court there were l7 eases on the docket of which 271 were continued U 1nd at the September term there were a 2 cases on the docket of which 1111111 ii J10 were continued and at the January term 1S91 there were 2911 eases on the docket of which 205 were continued lldat the April term of that year there were 235 cases on the docket of which i 210 were continued anti that at the I September term of said court there were I On the docket eil cases of which num- beri 151 were continued At the January term 1895 of the Lee circuit court there were 1JG cases on the docket of which HI were continued and nt the April term of said year there were 296- ales on the docket and 157 were con tinued At the September term there were 223 cases on docket of which num her 166 were continued At the Jan docketI292 cAses of which number 211 were wntinued and nt the April term of that year there were on docket 2Si cases of which number 2JJ2 were continued and at the September term there were 158 i GUM on the docket of which 151 were rt term189iwere on cases of theAprilyear 16611IereAt the eptember tern of thedocketcontlnued onthocalledbutliii Honors first term of ofIftigan 1893ItotryasthlsIIionly qualification insists in continuing the peoples busi es most In conrt and drawing his salary overaskedcaahfontlnuedby whenPartygreatestglorygiving instructions to nYict uhderevery Indictment negroes 4 who ainheimpartiality and UIJustl der a void local option law nnd allowing others to go scott free who should have been punished Nor is this nil Nearly every case wherein a judgment has been rendered involving a question of law has gone to the court of appeals there to be reversed thereby entailing double theylaidcourt when it came to the law of the case This is part of the history in the Lee circuit court and the record he hasI I made during the past five years And f offI I beIof his negligence and inability courts nre the refuge of the op IpressedI the bulwark of our liberty our I anchor of hollO in every free government and nothing in the life of n people snore deeply concerns their welfare than the administration of justice in our courts I and the high standard of integrity which is proscribed by our constitution nnd I I our laws for the judiciary should be re spected and maintained and when the i courts sitting in judgment upon contro t versies between citizens and determining Ithe rights anti liberties or pressed with a solemn sense of the responsibility which rests upon them in the decision of j every case and they should not forget that tardy justice is often the grossest I theirIposing upon poor men heavy burdens which they are financially unable to bear and at the same time exhausting the patience of jhe public i Maywe not look with the full assur ance of faith to the dawning of a new day in this judicial district when we shall have a just and impartial judge I whose judgments will be wrought outI with so much care and wisdom as toI stand the supremest test through theI long stretch of coming years We have a candidate who meets theI needs and requirements of the hour and if the people consult their rights in liti I gants ut the coming election they will elevate Judge Gourlcy to the bench and remand Judge liedwine to a seat in the rear with the second rate lawyer where he justly belongs and the place which knows him now will soon I now him no more forever Mountain Voice CONVICTED Ont of Their Own Months At last a monometallic has attempted an argument against bimetallism What is more he is an Englishman and what is still more he was n member of the gold and silver commission the British royal commission appointed in 1SS6 to inquire into the recent changes in tho relative values of the precious metals shown by the decrease in the gold price of silver This Englishman iil Sir Thomas Henry Farrar The London II Times of September t contained a three column letter from him on bimetallism I and the Indian mints Instead of open ing the Indian mints again to the coin I age of silver rupees ho advocates the adoption of the gold standard for that country He discusses at length the French and American proposal for in tcrnational bimetallism ut a fixed ratio I IOf course ho does not believe thnt IIeither the United States or France or both united could possibly by opening the mints create n demand for silver which would maintain its gold value nt the ratio of 15 J to 1 Nevertheless Lord Farrar felt called upon to state what the effect of bimetallism would be if it succeeded in maintaining the parity between the metal or as the bankers call it a par of exchange between gold nnd silver nt the ratio of 15J to 1Jnd here comes an astounding admission on the subject from ns high an authority as can bo found in Great Britain The British commission consisted of twelve members six of whom were uncompromising mo nometnllists and the other six equally fiWbSmetallists lArd Fnrrar was ono oUho former Out of all England hew ono of the six chosen to uphold the goldstandard cause Wo repeat therefore that he must be accepted as a high I authority He stands today ns he did then Alarmed by the suggestion that the Bank of England may admit silverI j as n part of its reserve he rushes to the defense of an exclusive gold reserve mid t fearful Ilest the Bank of England may influence the public mind in some degree j to believe that the gold standard party j preciousIj t havetit used as money even if it could lie maintained nt n parity with gold at the I inlernntionlllI J cure markets of the world perma I nent relations between gold and silver I making silver at all times worth one tif I treuth and a half of its weight in gold I withIGreat Britain and the British empiric Hitherto monometallic have nil in silted that until all nations could conic into an agreement the free and unlimit ed coinage of silver would not restore time parity Over and over again they lane been answered that the free and unlimited coinage of both metals in the single nation of France did maintain the parity during two generations But I iehimlfdeclares that bimetallism would be ob jectionable not because the parity between the two metals could be maintain ed but because the present artificially created value of gold could not be maintained Here nrc his very words Supposing tho proposal succeeded 11111 effects would be in all parts of the British empire nnd nil gold standard countries that the standard of value would be altered enabling debtors to discharge gold debts with silver nt the ratio of HiJ to 1 because any one could take silver to the French or American mints and get it coined into francs or dollar which on the hypothesis that the plum succeeds and a stable exchange is secured would be worth in the mar lets of the world including London tine fifteenth and n half of their wuight in gold It would enable the United I lIIPI sess in paying those debts with less than half the Mlvcr with which they could now pay them Such a change would be good for neither ludia nor any other country which values common honesty Such a change would be most injurious to Great Britain and thin British empire He declares that the ratio of 151 to 1 would mean that the present gold value of silver would have to be increased I125 per cent This is not the correct way to state the change which would occur It iis true that the value of gold meas ured in gold is exactly par The value of a gold dollar mcnsued in silver bull ion is 225 Tho value of silver bullion in n dollar measured in gold is about 15 cents The effect of bimetallism would be to speedily increase the value I bringiup would reduce the value of gold about 15 per cent bringing it down to 100 cents on the dollar In other words it would squeeze out tho extra value which has been legislated into gold and would re store to silver the value which has been legislated out of it We ask those who speak and write in this campaign to preserve this extract from time Englishmans letter It ought I ercrI metnllist speaking for his class both in England and America opposes bimetal lism because it would restore the parity between tho metals nnd because it would enable debtor to pay their debts with honest money either of silver or gold dollars at par with ench other instead of discharging them by tho payment of 15 cent silver dollars or 225 cent gold dol lars Kaqulrcr 1 Dr SrB Kash and wife who were in West Liberty during tho past week re turned liomo yesterday evening Mrs Kash ears tho Indies of that section were so well pleased with her display of r lJI nery goods that I she will visit thf21 again d Ir1yat alaterdatertr14 Ifit rv1ff t c f i j i I j 1 +ORRESPOnDEn E + WOLFE COUNTY Lee City Lilacs Mrs Tcnnio Haddix was in town shop ping Tuesday- DrI J A Tnulbee of your place was in turn Tuesday Hon A P Ijtcy paid hazel Green a- very pleasant Sunday I Uncle Hill MeNabb of Hazel Green was in turn Wednesday llev Charle Johnson filled the pulpit at this place Sunday night lames McCue representing tho Powers grocery company iis in town John Lacy Itcpuhlican candidate for coroner was in town Tuesday 1 X Vaughn 15rpultlicau candidate I for sheriff was in town Monday Major Tatilbee passed through Leo City Thursday en route to Frozen on business Will Hurley of Oarrard county is veiling his fatherin law A H Moore of this place I Ir B 1D Cox candidate for state senator was the guest of Dr Carroll lat Sunday night Mrs J H Thompson and little dough ter Jessie were the guests of Mrs A 1L NickelTuesday night I Ill1l1roo Havens and Sam Patrick came up from Hazel Green Thursday on busii ness returning same day Charlie Bynl moved to Jackson last Week and Dr Carroll twill shortly move into the house vacated by Mr Hyrd The funeral of the infant of G IL Maloney was preached Sunday on the Stamper branch by Rev F P Wilson The IS months old child of Elizabeth Campbell died on time 18th and was bur ied in tho Men cemetery on the Stamp er branchOct TiTius Swanno Springs Sayings Arberry Swango mind wife spent Sun tiny inIoliver- Rey J IL Word gave the Springs a pleasant call Thursday A Mr Stone of Carlisle was the guest of HI HI Swango Sunday night Misses Addie Wills mend Minnie Wallia gore the Springs a call lust week Miss Rebecca Sample spent Saturday night with her mother on Laurel Messrs Secrest Stewart nnd Berry were the guests of A II Swango part of last week Mrs W J Wallia and daughter Mrs Thomas Lee visited Mrs Harmon Swami SISaturdayMrs May of White Oak spout rout Friday till Monday with her sister Mrs Harmon Swango Lark Lowe and family and Miss Biddto Lee attended the funeral of Mr lawns father nt Whito Oak Saturday and Sun dayOct 20 UNO Daysboro Doings Bent Little went to Campion Satur tiny James Sebastian went to Hazel Orson MondaySylvester Norman went to Leo City Saturday Mat Amyx of Sellers was in Daysboro Saturday Thud Little went to Hazel Green one day last week Will Henry Wilson went to lintel Green Monday Logan hose of Glllmore was ifi Days boro Saturday Mrs Alice Amyx went to Hazel Green Saturday to do some shopping Carl Mire anti Miss Virgn James of lintel Green paid our little town a visit today George ADroobof Stillwater was visiting his father JEBrook onejday last week n f 7it Isaac Combs of Campton who is can dilate for jailer of Wolfo county pawed through Paysboro one slay last week A T Combs was in Daysboro Saturday and notifiedi the good people that he desired to collect their taxes after this yearMajor Wm II Taulbee was in town one day lust week and seemed to be of tho that goDemocmtic lark Lowe and family Antony Lowe and family and A JJ Scott nod fondly went to Lacy creek in Morgan r county last week to the funeral of Mr Lowes father G T Center who iis tho Democratic candidate for judge of this county was in this neighborhood one day this week trying to see if he could Itind anybody that would vote for his opponent J W Taulbee returned from Win Chester on Sunday glad of tho fact that he iis still a candidate for tho dice of county superintendent John is a man that cani walk the Democratic platform without crutches 1 IPScoboe will go to tho Hurst schoolhouse Friday night to participate in n debute with Jonathan Childers nnd if he dont say something for the benefit of time Democratic party it will bo be cause he dont know lion Antony Lowe met with a very painful accident last Iritlwhill chopping wood He let his ax lly and instead of gong where all axes should go it went into his leg just below till knee inflict ing n very painful hilt not serious woundOct 2S CIIAUUI MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat K 1D Motley returned from a business trip to Mt Sterling lust week Asa Goodwin wa the guest of Ed F Cecil and family Saturday night Wm ntallkllI hip lens been election coring among his many friends of late There was quite an interesting meeting hold at Consolation church last Sunday f s Little Jesse son of IL A ICnsh was n pleasant visitori at our school last Friday IL Motley and son James went to Maytown to have some grinding dono Monday H A Kash vrifonnd sister Daisy Day passed through hero Friday onu business tripsJohn W Taulbee Wolfe countys can didate for school superintendent passed through here Monday Oscar Cecil huts been engaged in digaging a well jut across thin creek from his house and succeeded in finding water before going very deep Some of our young folks attended tbo singing nt Caskey school house on last r Wednesday night and report a good at z tendance and much iii teresth Oct 2t NYM Local Option Upheld Whiskey men wise lire figuring onlnstarting saloons in tho various town whero local option na thought to have been knocked out by the now constituition will have to call a halt Chief Justice Lewis of time court of appeals in a decision handed down Friday holds that the constitution did not repeal tho local option laws nnd further explains the recent opinion of Judge HnreJripg atatingAthat the court dues not hold that the constitution repealed any or nil the local option laws of tho state but simply holds that time penalty for violation ise1 made uniform by time general law and fixed at from tlOO to 200 for each vio lation in any county or state Bcaurcgnrd Haggard under 18 years sentence for killing James Cockram G W McWilllams alia Dickerson await inga now trial for robbery and Alf Bat Icy serving a jail sentence for gorses stealing escaped from Alt Sterling jail one night last week Jailer CbeMulb offers n reward of 25 each for thelrfe Y capturoIt s rya oEOJW M rULI4fAYeof Pitllua J palace car fame died of heart dkme at 1 L his palatial resideacerin Chicago Utfe rJJiweek j rR t l attrti1 t W f sti1 t rp Wr Ytfyjx f i e FHE HERALD IFIKOER OOOPER t t Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct UH 1807 u AMOUNOEMENTS For Magistrate VI nn nnlliorUidI In IIIIIIOIIIIIMI W II KLANKKXHlllliiN1 I a cuiiilMiitf fur legh trnte III till IHrM MnvMirlul hiktrlrt lil- tIfot only to time voice mil tlit people ut till Novembur election I8U7 1 For Surveyor ol Monjan County AVu lira iiiitliorlnil to iiiiiioiiiu 1 IAMKHI H IIALHKY IK a 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UGH IO llA 1 ii S 1oooaooooooo0000 00004o I I rcdI7tcdwloolt1AI Rcdwlncn record printed in Another port of tliii pnpcr DONT gut it into your head tint wu aro agaliiHt Mr Itmlwiuo became he in a Jomuorat No lovo no n TilE Deinoctuliu candidates of thin county arc encli and every one entitled toAllic Support of tau party and wo ho PM llevo they will cnuh poll thu full Demo eratlo vote MANY people of both H llticul parlies contend that the olllco of circuit judge hI and of right aliould lw nonpolitical Presuming that to bo no the only JUCH lion for tbo voter to axle himself Iin lAShallGentlninaii ieorgo or Dunghill DucT And from present In dications a majority will choose the for mer Good bye Dove DID the present circuit judge at the recent term it tho Mngolflu circuit court Hay to exSheriff Sara lirtiwn foreman of 4the grand jury Sam make an few in dlctnienti at you possibly can because L the fewer the Indictments the better it will be for reel They say he had just such a talk and the law abiding people would like for him to My Davy if you lId it My an I Tort DtmocraU of this county er at Itatt those who were nominees ef the 4 party havo galled a algaal victory Ii- esalpelllig Clerk Holloa to place their itHN M the poll books which oa I- Ceat ef alleged Irregularities isI their r urdtN be refuted to do A writ of y waviiuMiM WM taken afalait1 Mr Hoiy J v f i3 0i uarww loll and by agreement tin caso WOH tried before Judge Lelaud Hatlmwny of Wit choftlur who found for the plainlilli Mr Jlolloit appealed limo CUHO rued tIll Illny1lIIrmolli I pic I Tin story Marled by tho Jackiou coi rcHpomlunt to the Mountain Voice put llHhud at Hoattyvllle to tlio clleet llin Judge lKeduinu will taki a litiNI in Margin HroH store after January I lit which tinio hu will ho out of his pier eat jobmay havo no foundulion in fact lint good ptinoiralH In Jackson told us recontly that tlio inn wuntioncd Inn used Pavid to land advantage ever nine hu hccaino circuit judge 1INCIIIKNTAIIV no hear that till Campion Manner our nut rated content porary will this week till UH icidu nboiit the editor of this paper eating Im It in a rontanrant at 111111011 which is run by Mm 1KnowlcH a colored ijttcni ari will style it 11 A Deinonatic editor in companyI with Ned Marcnni Judge Jonrley nod his negro vary There iis an old story about a native of lion ia who when asked how they livedreplied IIWO live on lisp and HtriingerH hu dont like Ilsh Ve IIlIl1d lim 1 Kimwh icing the only man ill Jackson who could supply lliein wo repaired to his hire rued partook of the itpa t IIw fn mulled iMllsh 11111IIIlIro lispell Marcnni and ono or two other whit gentlemen wore procut nod theI ugly colored cilciiH in uvideiice was the pro prietor rued hill cookn Uring on N Mm Minn tNII TllllAHiinii CoMim ciiliilidali for slier ill of this runnymitt tliu Uomocnitit ticket IH one of Ihu most deserving young men in Volfo county told a hot ter buy cant be found in old IKentucky Loft an orphan at an early ago curl with Oat tuxnm he helped support his mother nod sisters and under iidvurxM circnni HtancfH fought his way up He iii still pour wind it Iin safe to nay always will be the very reason that if he posses +es only two pennies anyone in null ran have oiio of them fur the asking Aye both if necessary to relievo distiesu Me carrion his heart in his hand iis frc iiinntly wild ol tho u who an charitably disposed lint no moan was over more de iHirviii of tin1 tribnti than Thralirr Wo know him well and we verily believe that Iris heart bleeds when bo sees or knows of a caso of distress that hllIlI nut relieve Such men as he aru truly minute in toils image They an the sail of the earth And my friends bo ye Democrat or Uepublicans nut IH soy to you that yon cannot jinder any circnm Ntancertdo a nobler deed than vole for Thrasher Iomlm Whateveryour future may bu you can with pride point to till fact that I voted for Thrasher Combs Dud the memory will bo like an oasis in n desert waste Vote for him next Tues day and let in say after the election is over that ho was elected by the bigiieot majority ever accorded tiny man ill old1 Wolfo n IriMir KiimiNi Imi tune and again dcniid that he was in anyway rc poi tIIIlIIIIIIto tell the 1pcNple about the case A few weeks prior to the Beutlyvillo vonveii lion tint nominated Mr Ootirley as time lUpublican candidate for circuit judge lion Joe Suhlotte of Halyersville submitted to us a proof of a cnrtoon in which tho defunct Deposit Hank of llrattyvlllo timid Mr Gourley were prominent fea tures on the hypothcnin that Mr lour ley would he tho nominee Judge lied wino huppcnlng to hu in town tlclltor of thU paper nbowed him tho cartoon and nuked him if in event Mr Sourley were tho noiniucc ho would like TUK IlKUAiD to muko tho fight ngainul him by the uio of the cartoon nallmeans replied his honor nnd every time ho looked at the cartoon he Ihu gas had hearty at It IU possible for him to de And bo continued I want yu to load the fight for me We havo a very good vapor iu our town but somehow what it says falls that What you say will be copied by all the pu eri and if you Cia do M I would like for you to send the cuts to the Hustler and Lave it reo produce thcs I will tee that rile KKRAII gelt proper credit and I will pr y all expeajni This conversation I took place atthe Day House in this fawn and Iin almost the exact language used tn that occasion Now after that talk was be or waa he not responsible for the appearance of the pictures Let the people say aid next Tuesday will be a good time to answer r Cons to the election next Tuesday lad rote the Democratic county ticket J ACherriesIi I 4IAreI Ripe IizuI i ltill IIIwlLh J nv Y f Iinlthou111 KM nut O 1 I IlUlIghtIVPPI IU The First Bite U q PPIrr- Q I If IfIIiii21111 men s lint all woolI suits Iin Clay Worsteds Cheviots nodI nannockbnrns two null1 threeI I button cutaways in b tics and blocks swell tailoring in every garment and lined with HIIlIJJ 1 farmors satin Wu have never sold tlicse goods for hells than I J IIli tend JH and lll tint a1I PPPnor cost us less than flI1U wholesale but you can pluck ono fur 4ttllPPPI AA Now Pluck I n i Other BitesPIPart o I mens at Ifio a pairi elewhcre theyll co4 von 7V lilt JOIlIllIIIP1 blue Juttonndii l stareII i I I t PIPaI II111 as i I I MO Of 1lIraulS y g3 what nil these quads ore without fllrlllor Ihilcriltillll IlIlt will 111MU 111 lhllli 1 theirI I lQlQiI I Now Pluck PP- Pi j 66jI THE PIONEER CLOTHIERS 4 1m LEXNGTONJHVc1I14 III I der era mnv d g cnetaw UcP uss err ulll4tlretuJ 41fn o dt VIi w jzY1 +tlucSI 4Uarcw vs pis G Gm soar GJ 431OI teat ICarlor riarrlcon Par President i ml dispiitcli from Chicago rays Mayor Tarter II Harrison will bo a caiididitci rill the Democratic nomina tion for ptCMidcnt in 10 His friends havo put him ill training and his inn nicipal policy iis designed to pave the way to higher things Henry Watter sun has taken him up tool lit stands well wjib the Iryan lenders He in nut iu favor of free silver though ho supported tlio Chicago platform IlieI tUllkII put in the Indianapolis mayoialiiv cimpaign that resulted in n henmeralii victory and has grad to aildrcNs the Democrats of Greater New York ut Cinper Ilnion Moreover those cbiMi to Mayor llarrition know his ideas of Democracy do not dilllr widely from the dolman laid down by thin Kentucky editorAt Nashville last week Mayor liar riHini ill his address said till platform of the next National I hIIIIICI n tic conven tion would be the same as tlml adopted in IIStlt withu fuw alterations and elimi nations This guarded clatcment way looked upon as perfectly safe Never go away from home without a bottle of Dr 1 Iolls Iine Tar Honey Change of climate change of apartments or ex puMire inay bring on a 1111wlaldll nothing but this famous remedy will Guru Tin widow of tho Into Hill Nye the greet humorist lost nearly mill nun hind by till fllllllrtuf the West Carolina bank of Anhville N C- WONDERFUL urn till cures by illa and yetI 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nier olinutH fitriiium trailers and liimintNN men generally throughout KuNturn Kentucky andoilers its l0stormers every fiiclllly and the moNt liberal teens wlthlll the Ihnits of Ieyltlnmtehauking octlSly 1 N 1V1LH UNt i Practical Pai1er IIAXKI IllKKN KY Hardwood Finish a Specialty Mull Orders receive prompt uttuntlou t HUB 9 HEBH- AEL GUKKN KY Blacksmiths and Walronmaki m IlMviiiK leuned the shop known MK the Frank Tvlvrihop lid purchased new cud Lomplete line oCbUclr 111Ilnll wares mnklnit tools and uinterlali are prepared to do all kind of work In our and Rt the roost rcaionnble rules Give us a cell a trial Respectfully W S WALTI8- U W WHEELKR i I U4 toooacotlcoo MMi get Your and line cud FOR SALE FoUl hundred and ncvctiliiii IIil ncrcH of landnth Kentucky river IafksotiH Kt rry Clark coun tty Ky Good IIOUHO and outbuild ingw 100 new of rivur hot 10111 T MAT MOOKKI JItNTI IKV J A TUXIBEE axe aim Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY isVSunrorv nnd obstetrics nnpPclnlt JHAS willruI ATTORN YAT11AW- CAMPTON KY- lolleetions ii pfpnlty J SEIT W WITH W M KEEE 00M IOHURRB IN Hardware Agricultural Im IiminliV- IRONTxN O 1HOWARD STAMPER A ATfORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY Will pracUllln the courts of Wolfe end the+ joInJog coomtlei All buafueuentru5ted + 1 le ok Mrs will receive prorslttsttentlon 4- THE ONLY True Blood rudder prominently 11 the public eye te day is hood Sanaparilla Therefor i rt Hoods and ON YHOOD1 S