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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrV VyiVS r Y r r t L y II v THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 4r ir rsK y- amaF M T Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous In tho Story o Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 2 4 J rVCKIt COOIKK a- 1 IIruper ntt frttormI the Kentucky Mountains OU TACKNTS IN ADVANCE A lisA R THIRTEENTH YEAR IIAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY H 1S3NUMBERM WOLFE COUNTY Swango Springs Sayings Little Arson Lowe has measles Mrs Margaret Oney has boon very sick bill iis convalescing Uush Swango made a business trip to Campton one day lust week n C Sliocktly of near Daysboro yis ited the Springy one day last week Morton 1ieratt of Hazel Green gave the Spring a business call last Saturday p U May and wife of White Oak itiitcd hero last week preparing to move to their new homo soon Misses LulaTnulbee of Daysboro milljI Rebecca Samples of Lacy creek tool dinner with yo scribe SundayIMisses Callio Oney and Molly Swango Rush and Curti Swango attended th debate at Hazel Green Friday night Quite a crowd from this place attended the interesting prayer meeting at J E Hrjeks Saturday night The next meetingwill be held at A B Swangos Let every one come who can Feb 1 Uxo Daysboro Doings Holly Nickell was in Daysboro ono day last week Mrs J X Lacy has been quite sick a few lays but seems to be some better Jimcs Lucy and little daughter Clemie are visiting the family of JI 11 Brooks this week- J W Tanlbcc came down from Leo City Friday to spend Saturday sad Sun day with his family Ye scribe visited Lee City Monday and while there secured some subscrip 1 tions for Tin 11 ruA ln Clarence Trimble and George Lacy of Lacy creek wero calling on this side of the ridge Saturday night Rev Leauder Lacy of Leo Citwill begin a protracted meeting at the church in Dnysboro Thursday night Harry Fallen has been visiting the celebrated Grear Springs of Morgan county for his health and seems to be doing well Dial Jones who has been in the United States army for the past three years has returned homo and says he will live a private citizen for a while DaysboroMondaybad been to see her pa and ma but was on her way to school at Lee City Milt Lykins Harry Murphy and his throughDayahoroPerry and Letchor counties to buy cattle throughDaysboro hisdutiesFair warning boys Floyd is down on rime There was prayer meeting at tho home of John lK Brooks Saturday night and1 much interest is being manifested at these weekly meetings The next one ArburySwangeFeb IL CHAKLIK Toliver Topics Success manyreadersEer newsfrozoJim Klkins is visiting in Frenchburg this week titthisSunday taking1QSundayMrs fromhervery badly ofCliftySundayJimheenflaying Toliverliasrnssycreeksnow tohacE I saysthoI indeedHamiltonTohnChildersofPSomderoyton boys Henry Ward one of Tolivern brightest HnzelJrcenmeeting Ml Gullett o r 111 goflinCountythvastat Sandfiefd nt IT utteudingscboolazelI GreenIliei Dora Crain Xnnale Day Cal MaytownandPomeroytonWand Feb 1 SIn NEn v Lee City Lilacs SCrtbe is still in the ring I5t iybDvi of Morgan was in town ufe31cke11i of Whito Oak Wl in weekCourttho record shows I about thisIlaceThose thisplticoDr NWellsbeenveryaboutwellMiss Malynry Smith of Jackson is visiting tho family of Dr J K Carroll of this place Frenchburgwast this place last Monday Hollin Kash of WlMhcro ofhisDayThe euseamong our merchants on tho 80lh inst Miss May Nickell accompanied her cousin Miss Clara Xiekcll of GrassyI I attendingschoolOur atthisI lIa1J0ro lIumberTho school at this place gave an enter tainment Thursday night lust All en jjoyed themselves nicely They will give another one on tho lOln of February 1 cllowcreated as much excitement as Jack tho ripper We did not learn his none wlislillTilt HintAlP Wo learn he took inI several subscriptions Hurrah for 1111I 1 hIt 111 Married on the 15th inst at the resi deuce of the brides lather Silas Taulbee of lireathitt county Miss Loulu Taull cu to Mr Elsie Center of this place Ye scribe wishes them much joy The little daughter of D X Wells ThursdaybyKose of this place Burns is a brave buy rob 1 whiz MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Here we come again illlproillSlowlslowlyNoah Long of Vocum is visiting in this neighborhood C C Gillespie has traded for the line J lie Trimble mare J11 Motley visited his brother J W Motley Saturday and Sunday Rev11 IL Word will preach at this place Sunday afternoon at oclock Mrs Jano Caskey of the Jambs visited W 11 KlankciiHliip and family Moil unIj1C F Cecil has purchased of J M Ingram a parlor organ for hits daughter Miss HOllnIMisses Mattie McGuire and Emma Hlankenship passed through here driving a sanctified horse and selling water sets Misses Annie anti Hannah Blanket ship Alice Taylor nUll Mertio Gillespic visited Hugh iilankeuships family Sun day Feb 1 PUNCH u Jambs Jangles James Byrd has rented the farm of L C Cuskey John Brower sold Jell Brewer G calves for f70 cash Aunt Manda Wilson spent last Thurs day in the lambs Hiram Hancy and wife were visiting in time Jambs last week Ova Long iis moving ou the farm of Hoone Oldlteld this week W II DeHusk of Mile spent Friday with his parents in the Jambs Alvin Oldfield and Kelly DeBust went to Hothwell on business last week Misses Lizzie Long ef Salem was visi iting her sister Mrs Kate McClure Sunday Theivcfl broke into lie crib of Doc Stamper last Saturday night carrying 011 about six bushel of corn Died en tho 21th inst Millard Carter of Grassy Lick of consumption Ho leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss Feb 1 XmA Ezel Evolntlens Plenty of rain and high water- T T Power has returned front Carter county on a short stay George H Power and H K Walker put away two dogs for killing sheep for M H Power Still selling stock in this locality J T JrankVnrJohnnie Carter was around this even ing looking up witnesses for court Ho seems to bo very active at his business Sam Dcnnls was time guest or Mr and Mrs M H Power Wednesday night They Imo1a lively time telling old yarns I WaQted JDDD meQ Women Boys and Girls to subscribe for Tin HKHALD for the year 1808 and that I may secure them at once I will for the next Thirty Days take them at PitICents a Year PAYAHLK IN ADVANCK I fHEfiERALDi is tthe oldest most popular most widely circulated dial most quoted paper in the mountains of Kastern Ken ttucky andI acknowledged by press anti people to be tilt stint of American country newspapers IIt gives ALL THE NEWS 1ILLTHE TIME and iiSO popular with the people and so reliable withal that it is nearly savoys refer red to in the endearing term H DEAR OLD HKRALDl 1 1 No other lucid paper in Ken tacky ever attained a national and international reputation to equal it and no other local paper in Kentucky boasts a lady contributor from across the briny deep We have two And for the present year 1808 TIM UKKALD promises to 1 be BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE Though the price is but half This ofler is open to all new subscribers Hill all old ones who pay up arrearages anti one year in advance Those on the list who are now in 111 rears will bo taken oft unless at once renewed under this ofler which will bo in force FOR THIRTY D0Y5 OILY Dont wttit until the Itime is up and then abuse us for not extending it The time to subscribe is NOr loin tthen you are assured of having the paper paid for for 12 months and of receiving it 52 weeks Subscribe today and tell all your neighbors how cheaply they may receive the paper and save the trouble of borrowing At the low price of 50 CENTS A YEAR no person can afford to not take itand we shall expect every one of our friends to bring one new subscriber each at least Go to work friends and help us to mako our list of paid up subscrihers even 2000 If all our friends will heartily help us we will have them bcfor 30 days arc up 15 y and popping corn Sam seems to bo sick of the Kzel Democrat Victoria McGuiro was the gue8t of her mama Nannie J Power ono day this ntlulIliweetthe remainder in the future- T T Power and Win Prater have gone to Salt Lick on business 1 belloVo Johnr Tom loves to go to Lirk there as I believe his girl gives him salt in his cake I wont tell her name this time Tan 27 TOM VASI 1 IN6TONLE1TER 1 From Our Uigulnr Corro oiulcnt IImportant happenings national anti liIinternational have fairly tumbled ever each other this week The week was opened with the selection of a well known bimetallist to take the place of a- more widely known advocate of the sin glum gold standard as director of time I S mint and by the sending of a U S battleship to Havana This was follow ed by tho declaration of Secretary Gage that the president stood squarely upon I the bimetallic plank of the St Louis iplatform and that he was earnestly sup portedJ by every member uf his cabinet The silver men say these timings have been brought about by tIll Teller resolu tion declaring bunds payable in silver at the option of the government thu adoption of which by the senate has shown the impossibility of gold standard legislation by this congress which is of course dented by the administration men who say that they are merely the result of the determination of time ad mircprtlIcntltlrOilenough hum both points ot view as soun as uplnsCOlIgrlMlllcn time present status of the Cuban question that they mire not doing much talking about it There is general gratification over the tending of ti r t1 vessel to Havana and although the members of tin administration nave repeated as- sertedt that no significance was attached to that act time ueliut in congress in MO igeneral that something cite is to follww that hoyeral resolutions dealing with dillerent phases of the Cuban situation which wero to Ihove been reported this week have been held back by commit itees to await the next stop of the admin istration What effect if any the doming of l President Dole of IHawaii who iis now iin Washington the guest of time nation will have upon the annexation at Ha waii is nut yet apparent Tho time ofJ the senate Jilts been tto fully taken up this week by the financial dclmto anti i treatyhutsSenator who favor ainioMition have regained their cuntidenco and tire now claiming that they will hue enough votes to ratify the treaty but time chum is not conceded by the untie Mr Dole disclaims having come to Washington to lobby for annexation which you may accept or not according to your notion but It be can set down for certain that cure will be taken by President Mclvinley and the other shrewd politicians who are working for annexation not to allow firI Dole to do any open work for annex ation they know that he would do more harm than good Socially and olliciallyi every possible courtesy will be extended to Mr Dolu and his wife both of whom are Americans by education and habits if not by birth- Although it was stated that the pen stun appropriation hill curried anywhere from live to ten million dollars less than will ho needed to pity pensions for thin next fiscal year and nobody denied tho statement time senate voted down Senator Allonri amendment addinc 70X 000 to the amount carried by tho bill and passed the bill without increasing time amount it carried when paused by the house The administration regards the election of Judge McComax to the senate by the Maryland legislature with especial Balis faction as ho way generally regarded all the administration candidate mod Post master General Gary took an actiye part JudgeMcComn8j ident McKinley and the president sent for him to come to tho white house aa soon M ho was elected in order that ho might personally congratulate him Judge McComas will continue n member of tho supremo court of tho Districtl of Columbia until his term in tho senate begins March I 189J- Tho mouse devoted an hour tno day this week to n political debate based upon tho assertion of a minstrel end mani byHeprcllentntlrothat there was no difference between tho Cleveland panic and tho McKinley boom Tho Republicans maintained that tho country was prosperous and those who- wnnted work employed the iopuH ta and Democrats disputed both claims and pointed to the cotton mill strikes in New- uR1nnd an practical proof that they wore right those who partici pated lin tho rouge And ready debate were Walker and Knox of Massachu netts Terry of Arkansas Richardson 4 Sims nnd Gaines of Tennessee Greene A V 3i L c j k + sit l b itn of Nebraska Ridgcley of Kansas CcicY ran of Missouri W A Stone of Peon svlvania Handy of Delaware Grosvcnor ofIVnshingtonand Wheeler of Alabamian and Boll 61 Colorado Several times the house was impossibletosaying but at no time was it worse thin toGreeneman The administration is just uow without nn Attorney General Mr McKcnna hay lug been sworn in and having taken his sent as I1n associate justiceof the supreme court and Guy Griggs who hal beer nominated to bo attorney general and confirmed by the senate has not assumed willduGfz 7Y7 JI9I 71SCRCC + L The state senate pushed tho bill to establish a pension turn for Louisvlllo Ifiremen The evidence was heard Thursday ia the Drauglin case at Paintsville and ar umentH were begun lorganficll1hUll KentuckydldistrictThe Kentucky house adopted tho ro portI seating Alvin Hcrlram from tho Jlinton anil Wayne district instead of D 11 Powers 1Kentuckyhuusu5 Saunders resolution calling out Senator Lindsay tll resign- Postmaster John H Kcdding of Glav gory was seriously hurt by his horse Itailing on him while returning from hU farm in tho country MissI i h Sarah Scoggan was crushed to death under the wheels of n Southern railway train at Slides Station about six miles from Louisville Mayliul1JKey getting time postutlice timid Happy a Iplaco under Collector Franks Hub Blanks time negro who nswiulttd ItIll daughter of Mrs Gertie Halley at Miyfielil Ky January Ili Is believed WIbu under arreil at Brooklyn III s Fred jtibcrl Joseph Mays and Tom Peters hove been arrested at Vnnccburg and tikes to Muysville where they aro wanted for attempting to wreck a train Charles Martin and David Justice haye been indicted by the Vnticobur grand jury for tho willful murder ot MayisvI SYIota and Itttbo Row charged with killing Walter Hooks at Grand Rapids are having their preliminary trial at Smithland which will probably last several days The following storekeepers and gaugcw dlstrletifKentuckyMcFarland WilliamI A Baird Tliomiu WhllescaryorFerdinand Tinglcr resident of Lime istone attempted to jump from a moyingtt train Thursday timid was thrown on the track where time wheels of more than twenty emus passed over himfIAt Knuckles near Middlcsboro Mrs grandsoutIamell fatntlyinjuredlimo Franklin county grand jury on Friday returned indictments against about one hundred corporations for fail ing to mako to tho auditor and secretary of state tho reports required by law Time jury in the case of Jay Draughan on trial at Paintsvillo for tho murder e1 lieu Cunningham was out for four hours and returned n verdict of guilty with time sentence of twentyono years in the penitentiary A good object lesson against trap ues Shiphcrdsvillestore and had his leg shot off below the knee As ho is quite old teats are enter tamed of his recovery pensionfromB lades of Hopkinsville hoe beenre ported favorably Representative Olar dy says it Iis a meritorious case tbo pen loner being totally blind fThe Bardstown tollgate house near time fair grounds was blown up with f dynamite The raiders havo the aym patty of a good many people who claps the turnpike companies aro not actiai fairly and more trouble ii expected especially on tho Now lInen pike apjlateddistrictgreat victory for CongrtMuai Cohen who has 1 been sitting pHl kta t brig 4 rum Y CbeahasI Deboo nald Thursday tlmt tW I Tiuth jJdistrict eught to liaveio jthliifi 4i f 1 indorsed UfHtoV 1 W JlI i r r h fiI + 4f j Jt t 1e i1 1 1fi1- r t Jw t j N i 511 Sf i 1 1- t + d aaA RYt y- ll uyM1 5p JIitH sm f Y- it J IR Rg AJUlt fI 11 Ku0E R ooom Editor I HAZEL GREEN KYtt THURSDAY Fob 3 isos W n I OUR UirilKllNATOUIAL CANDIDATESy t t EABTKUX Kentucky is entitled to some recognition in the selection ofstate offi cers or should bp and we had hoped that the many friends of lIon Jamey D i Blackof ttarbourville would have the gratification of seeing him the nominee for governor at the next state election We nominated him last year and in ttuon and out THE UKUALD has made an effort to make him the nominee of 1 the Democratic party His eminent qualifications for the position of execu tive are unquestioned his services to the Democratic party have heen unrequited and thin section of the state in which hu has residence an a most lovable and loyal r citizen has so far heen unrecognized hy the great Democratic party when looking for a leader notwithstanding they have frequentlygonc further and fared worse Theo reasons together with the magne tism of the man hit personal popularity anti high standing in Masonic and social drulcN attracted lo him as our ideal of n leader and we are still for him as ngainnt anybody firmly believing that to mhould he be nominated he will carry to the flag of Democracy to victory and to plant it upon the Republican ramparts in a blazo of glory Thin is our opinion nod our position and an a mountain man 1 no shall continue to maintain them and never strike our color until Mr ISIack l himself gives the command We are i under the Illack flag as it were and shall neither grant nor cry for quarter until our gallant captain givesi the word iit Cull it hero worship if you will hut be kind enough to grant that it in hnncttt and heartfelt and absolutely unsought by our ideall Our next choice among the candidates in Mnjor P P Johnston chairman of the State Democratic executive committee and one of the best free silver Democrat in the tttate which in equivalent to saying ns good as any anywheri William Jennings Hryau not accepted No mllllt has warmer friend nor is truer in Ihi 4 friendships than P P Johnston If Illh 5a for you he eau be counted upon illh any emergency and if lit + against you you will know where to find him He it a gentleman every inch sad during an ucquantancc covering thirty years or more we have always found him a manrl of polished manner keen perception I indomitable energy and unbending will Ho iis a favorite in IKayctte from which county he hails and whore he has a strong following Wo like him like him lCrt Honally anti politically and by reason of 1 the lingering love we have for our ownlJ natiye county of Fayette and a host of friends there whose memory we shall errfondly cherish we should like under or dinary circumstances to support him But being n mountain man and having u candidate for governor in the person oftl a gallant son of the mountains in whom u lye ace no guile we can not do so now Nut notwithstanding our preference for tIll major underI indicatedI I conditionsI Ieparti I remarks when till state was being rcdis l trictcd which lie should hn ten to bar monlztII In our humble estimation Gen P Vat Hardin conics third and aside from I personal fooling there is no reason why 1 Ito should not be politically tfirst 110II made a most gallant fight against Gov prlmi11pte11 nted at Chicago were not understood so wellits now t Hut handicapped as he was ho made a good raoe and 11tI do unto others principle would sugcesttIII i thftt he bo given anotlier show He was jj I in fact tho pioneer in tie free silver J havingt3i iiI way II IclrcumstnucrlI III to now shelve him It is too much like I turning out to graze ti faithful family w horse because u younger one is at hand He was the hero of an army of tree silver soldiers who stood by him until tj the last shot end as gallantly as did tho Spartans under the loril of Ixionidns at the Pass of Thcrmopylen But the Dem J ocratic party to whicrf he looked for uupport or at lea + t the Patterson wing turned traitors sad caused the free sihcrI vm lJ 1n rfiilx rf fL j it 1a f JAYT riiTTf 1ifoIi1 t a tt I ItI 1ti j t 1 flag to trail in the dust of defeat The defeat of the principle ho espoused did not however dishonor him and his escutcheon is as bright today as ever I He is the same gallant general as then and just as ready to lead the free silver forces to tho front and into the frayII Placed in command again he might winI and if the flag of our favorites fall we are for him I Of the other two gentlemen we know nothing personally as wo have not the pleasure of their acquaintance but those who do know them say lath Mr Stene and Mr Gocliel arc rood men and true And Tin IIxrAU will support the nominee AIUITIXG vulgar vernacular with i which to view the Kentucky legislature it has cut oil route than it cat chaw Though the session his now extended i beyond one haltof the sixty day limit ofII the constitution not a bill introduced has yet become tan by passing both i houses Some 400 billy kayo been intro duced sums of them unconstitutional on their face including bills to amend tu re enact etc We essayed to keep a I tbislnugustmany Dilly introduced 4Ito amend an IIltl entitled an act etc that the record would be absolutely unintelligable toII the average reader unless he had the bills referred to for reference and we therefore abandoned the job Among the Lilts likely to come up and be passed are the Hroiiston bill taking away from the Sinking fund commissioners the control of the penitentiary and electing by the present legislature commissioners take charge of them McChordb bill give the railroad commissioners power adjudge damages against railroads for extortion and adjust maUlS coming he fore it on complaint of shippers This latter is almost sure to become stile and will affect every man in Kentucky who ships hrail The bill for new commis sioners however may not pass both houses and should it do so time governor will in all probability put his veto upon amendment to the election last I will also probably be among time billi passed And further than thino man can foresee But itnot another bill should be introduced time legislature could not within the limit treat every measure that has been introduced wiLhI due consideration SuNl ttlnAN1 lot liS bill to alter the postal late relative to secondclass mat newspapers etc tdiuuld be termed a bill to encourage illiteracy It can l no other effect than to values tillI food of tho common people by raising the price The object of low postal rates is to induce a reading habit among till people Kvery dollar that iis saved to the government by MrI Lunds reform measure will mean the lose of knowledge to the rising generation out of all proportion to the money atItelltioll subject in another column of this paper and trust they will not only road act by sending postal coal protests against till bill to CongressniMi Fitzpat and Senators Lindsay mill Dehoc I HOW TO FIND OUTS I Fill a bottle or common ilas with and let it stand twentylour hour sedimentI or settling indicates a dis eased condition of flit kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or 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Hoods I I IvyceI SI prepared II y f I Hood C Co imvellMasIi no only 1lH to take with Hoods I THE HERALD I I FI5OCOCOCOCOCOCOOOCOOOOO I +LOSLLICinG + I r OOQQQQQQQOOOQQOOOO Shelt Trimble of Pomeroyton was visiting here SundayHaJethro Davis of Kzel was visiting h brother John Davis of this place Sun day n Not A M rierntt has our thanks for ftcoity of Got Hradluys message to the letrlattrc n Ilev James 11urd is veilingi rela tires anti friends in Robertson county but is expected home today Green Allen and Edest 1 through here Monday with Ml passStil cattle for the Mt Sterling market J Paris Salyer ef Lickburp Mncof county visited his sister plisses Ito sa and Belle of this place a few lays sin Dave Linden on Saturday bought of his brother Caesar a yoke of calves 14 months old fur which he paid tiO cash Caleb Allen of Lee City ou Monday fold Allen Vest head of cattle average about 1000 pounds at D ceutsare beginthece at this evening may be protracted several days MM Ellen Swango visited her father and mother Jonathan Quicksall and wife Kzel from UKday Jtoand tecms now to be in a fair 11 to re defcoveryA representative of the greiit J Aver Co advertising and the rep macwho IIfiltltt oft1a1 gueststhenightwhLincoln Tea is the best remedy ver elotat this i ilice li cents a package no liNaes Ksa and nor l Ann latof Holly were viitingi their Uncle J acrornpanibyI h 0 Tho following persons of our town iare reported to have the measles hut all iin lillllllifJlrol Married at the resilience of James bIliforgantit 1tthe Miss Alice Little anti Curtis UldtieIdlati THINKl aluHit your health Do t totini allow scrofula taints to develop iin your bluml1lIku IHoods onrillaIlattnnIoweli1 ItilllOllllt I I Mr Tall I IIll I EditorNnuntcentsforoldiiyoursRosaMrs Naiinio eveningwas ICIbedrll Lyle o county and left that night fur Torrent accompanied by her on Willie ofTar111I subscriberIJriligIIIlacycracki r was on ThursdayJustt JlissIellyI pencer ofliciatingThey were tuarriedat Jim Cables TorrclIII i illluiredofmet with loyouuuthe1 i i i for the your paper and then pay paper Oh no not me Many ii the1IIIlhackssopromptgiven to- children Utltowith i I hllIlficinl resultsI j I JiM le ofa vis the lIt i kii hill ll llr town llnvc thecontract to I t I I a drummer flat the wagon for Taulbee t andWhenour are Ilikely IC1I I out the beet only I t esx Dick tena beennt a of Oc Cecil nuntown tat the PrlIix gears basn thChapellittleplace p vbicketlnesdaThe a congrntulntedon EnstertihurdworkillL n citizenrally fromtheyacatcdIU fanhimselfI cltlldwhohas been LpwuiiiiT I intownbuyIUIcoursewithsome I recently been making lends In ll I singleblessednessknow who ho will choose or whom hehasi chosen but his fixing up the coop pullllttoMob Dickens arrived here ICtlncAdn niter a protracted absence and is now in getting up a brass bond for liolicitSiUfltrulUentallei ownms young men hue signified their detire to jine the bund n and the liberally of our moneyed men parllphcrnalin hearImember1tuNSr11men I this place is con lined to his home o lwater with sore eyes resulting from granulated lids He 1duticml isIIi pain the light shines in his haveerestored however as he iis annually subjected to similar symptoms elceltiont I I of fair leather saddle bags Through a friend I huvo located them gull if they returned where IICUll get them that will be the end of it If not some one will have to prove the possession tL Dlt J A TAtMicr u A white man named Klliott IIlItln negro whose name was not escaped from the West Liberty IItrIUIII day night They got a chisel by some I I and cut through the brick wall I men were arrested in ltu+ ran cUUlIl I J charged with ninonshjiiin and hall Ito I their trial before I S tllIIllIiIIIIIJIr- FinlJ Ilge who sent them to jail ii- ault in j of hail I YOTI happen to he one of tht owe this olhce PUASK come iin pay us To you it may seem but amount but if all will pry tit Ujj paperfortI- IIellath I i I I Wonderful the cures hy Hoods hrenuIC us one true purifier pure rich hrilthy lifcgivm bloodI Hoods Pills fur thu liver andI bowels act ea ilv yet proiiintlv 25i lake Smith who has been a tenant on the hinds of Id Cecil near our tuna on Tuesday moved to Clifty in this county and before the lire died down in the honsp ho vacated Lee IHelton of the Murplivj fork11I tl inuullim Handy e of Indian Territory iti5saidsuuttd as soon nt Helton moved out i I Merchants at Veyville arc rnovmg of their stores 011 account of high water I ofII E F i y Mothers r IdiscomII dangers childbirth can LtirelyaoidcdL WiiicofCurdui relieves1 ex pcctaut moth ers It gives toncto the cn italorgansand nuts then ia condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg nancy less painful shortcngII labor and hastens recovery after childbirth It helps n woman bear strong healthy children Yin h ofQrdui I 4hasthousands of homes barren for years A jew doses often hriugsJjoy to loving hearts that long for n darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cnscs out I 1of1 Fer advice In cases requlrlnc sreiUl directions adJrcss clvirir syrrtomtLthe Calks Advisory Uedamoat- The Chattanoow Medicine Cc Cnaiu Iroo a Tern I I Mrs LOUISA HALE or jclrtrran CI says I II Vhcn I first took Wine of Cardui wo had Ucn iTurrled threo years Gut could notatcrl halono girlbaby no oi 1- u x EngineerpDr Miles Remedies paltioaqocr On his steady ucrves clear bruin bright eye and perfect self coraninud do pond tho safety of tho train nnd tho llvoa of its passengers Dr Mlles Ncrvluo and other retnedlfs nro especially adapted too keeping the nerves steady tho brain clear and the mental faculties unimpaired Engineer F W McCoy formerly of 1313 Ilroadway Council UlulTs but now residing at 3411 llumboldt St Denver writes that ho suffered fur years from constipation cans Ing sick nervous nnd bilious headaches aud- Iofwas fully restored to health by Ur Miles Vera t Liver rills I heartily recommend ltuntcdlcsn1Dr Miles lleraedles aru sold by all drug postlhusguarantee first bottle benefits or money refunded Book ou dls enseintihu heart anti lIerI trc still 11 15 madIJell May of White Oak brotherin1 law f John Davit of this place bus twill all of his elleetx and will soon leave for the Indian territory It ix rumored tolocateYoud better stay at brute boy IlIllltilc with UN iiiomitiiiiuert tone fur western hoses IUfallil Morcs of new cure litIroar too poor to subscribe to Tin Hilt tlID lnit think of getting a bright newsy paper every week in the year for uua11i1dc 011IA YKAH1 jA few months ago Mr Myron Kvery IIof Woodstock lich was badly alllicted rheumatism His right 1tI14swolen tho full length musing him great suffering He WHS ndvi rd to try Chamberlains Pain Italm The firM bottle of it helped hint considerably gull theI sccmid buttle 1IIilIrda cure The li tutu 6n cent sites are for solo bv 1 T 1aY The honest debt paying citizen that pafor+ JlIlIItrjlll another isiiii offertf ccLp ntr Iiizmf t rttl r 4 iIwood Finish a Specialty 4ft t I I i prompti CI I t r i JJ Y i ICHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY 0- adies Gentlemens Fine Shoos Miili IItrller Sjitelul attention Jinn ij IItl rcpntrinj mill itlhrnctlon pnarnuttcd ifMmp lit Old lJlueki t Store itIhUllIUrcnsei Salary roll oxiienstK Knulosc statue tor tuirticularx AndressCRESCENT OIL COtMinneapolis Minn t JII rf1 r Ir 1 f J ii An Open Letter HAZKL GRKBX KY December 20 1897 Mil Dear Sir You will please excuse me for in ttruding on your valuable time but as I haveY r not had the pleasure of seeing you for some months past 1 thought rI would once more per haps before lentilremiud you of a solemn oc currenee tthat tool place long long ago Now this is a painful duty for me to perform anti perhaps when you receive this snd intelligence your own heart will be burdened with SOrrorrr JJut I should keep you in suspense no longer IIni days past and gone you bought otJ110 goods under a solemn promise that payment would he made in a few days What on earth is the matter Are Jou lead or still living If1 t dead write me and IIiTill donate tile amount to the education of your children But if still living fulfill your promise Call and pay what you owe me andI thereby increase your pros pects for the Kternal City Dont let the devil tempt you any longer Nut rise up in your manhood and fulfill the teachings of the Holy Writrf I Oiue Jt JCCLL jWtytringrVery respectfully H F PIERATT RUSSELL BROTHERS i I MILLERS AND SAWYERS tII TT 1II overhauledand I AJ ntnehineryofinen wo nro nowpnred to attend to the wants ol the pre public in ALLI l MILL MAT i rIIHIIlItI will IlIn rIll I teo satisfaction in allewes Grindi days =HKSDAYS FRIDAYS ami SATIMriMYS TollOno ICiihth I KindsC1 are prepare I to do custom sawing at fit = fret or on the halves mid wecan on short ntiee hi rut ihi JlHrlOOOII = I ING CIILING UKATHKKIJOAKDLVfS nJoTInit kinds of Building Material in wool at the LOUIJsTI P1MCI3 irIhett you want to save anoney give us a call O- urRLL4EJ lVIIIJLI h the finest ever erected in this mtion Lilt since we have been atitchaw of it have l illePitO1IIl tIA1Eftfllll tho rI quality of wheat white null same sweet lining u+ good wheatyou find out will get good flour in return Try us Thats the wn nlillII o TIt WAWKK MIXJJ I panelpradling to on Heel Miter iis now in operation I mid wo are prc Jabovemli I WHKIC IIcepted S liciting the public patroinigc we remain Sunday ex o i ti Z 66 64 I 4 EDUCATIONJL f i alisolutiIy ncce nry to the who woiilil win MiccfM In life Till bring conceded it young IU of lilt limn tint or lot Parlance young woman loyour traininif nt tIll school that siuinls In the very front ruskthe 6Rt PMT Rt STRATTONl RIIC1P1GCC ram 1 lr t nlll vlffo Vu nOOICKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY J U v vwvUUJ niI Write for lciiiniliil book clvlnp testlmonlaU ccctipyingglie mulled run College hnlldljiK nnd office Third and JefferiOB Winonester Bank WINCIIETEB KY X II WITHBItSIOOV President Jt n HUNTKHCnililer Paid up Capital 20000000 SurplustGO00000 Title hank Eoliulti the account of veer tueagenerally nodhelegitluiute bauklug octlSlf h TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KYsx0 tKc CJlJTAL 200000 I SunrJu8is ooe 1 091c J bL III08TAFF Pre ldent a G L PreildenfcW 4 7r 00c Wl V dchiantif HUM l t1Iltchance to rdeudyou bank book uyya y O y cueckf and luau ron MotieyiiftcM JimMMkJ w mnoirfaASiM tl t 0 1thf Ib fj t i 4F1- I VX r- a i Hn r k t t- F frN rn 4 AL Jirt I t Il r t p UP FTABLE ECONOMY I CONGRESSMAN LOUDS BILL TO IN 4CREASE THE RATES OF POSTAGE A Harmful Measure Cftcttlnteil to En course Illiteracy How Mr Lout Coulit KxtliiRiilfili tilt I0tul3 letY Congressman Lurid of California hnsn perennial bill to regulate time rates of 1poetnge on newspapers and periodicals which Is once more Under serious con iiidoratioii by the house This bill has been defeated at several former sessions of congress but its author still urges it r betterrMr Louds bill in intended to remove tho annual deficiency in time postal de partment by charging n higher rote uf postage to certain classes of publications pubushersliihersUnder its provisions sample copies which publishers havp heretofore been entitled to Hcnd through the mails at 1 cent per pound con only be sent at I cent per copy This mcuxtire will undoubt edly decrease the quantity of mail not ter of this nature but will it result in a lufficient gain to the government to warrant this curtailing uf the publishers right to increase his circulation by a S judicious use of sample copies especially when tho existing law if properly en forced sulllclently stringent to prevent an abuse of tho privilege rind the send Ingof an excessive quantity of samples There is another lull a more import ant class of tending mutter which will he seriously affected by Mr Lcuds bill Under its provisions no complete hooks will bo entitled to puss through the mails at 1 cent per pound All such must be poundWhenreading standard works of history science travel biography lictionIn- fact alt classes of literature which is to bo had fur a mere trifle from the bookstore it is realized what n lboon cheap reading is to the common people 1 It is not BO many years ago that books were rarelyfoueveryhoneits library of good hooks This condi tnoourIagedpostal laws which mack tlc rates IIfI postage low to stimulate time education of time masses Tbo passage of the Loud bill will undoubtedly cause n large in crease in the price of books and the people will ho time suHercr The postal department has newer been self sustaining That was ciple upon which it has been brought to its present state of elliciency Its great est ollico is to facilitate business and educate the people Low postal rates wore made for that purpose and now at tho dawn of the Twentieth lenturyto enact such a measure as would discrimi puhlicatlOlII tho people would ho the hrststep toward n relapse into barbarism If Mr Loud honestly wishes to bring the jiostal department to a point whew receipts will equal tho expense there is n wny to do it without legislating against htllgIng1 llint nilivil amity I IIU interpreted J to his detriment by rely postal oflicial who may sot bo friendly to him or of the same political faith Time railroads are charging the govern went exhorbitant sums for the transpor tation of mails much more than they charge to the express companies for the same quality of seryiceat ins been R estimated that if time government were f to pay tho mime rates as tin express companies a saving of from 10000000 to 15000000 per annum would result As tho mutual deficit is about fS000000 it is quito plain that such a step as this would make tho department more than self ststnining Where the express com panics nayahout 1 cent per pound to time railroads for hauling their packages the government pays 8 cents per pound for the same service Hero is discrimination with n vengeance mltla condition of affairs worthy of Mr Ixuids careful consideration These same express companies are careful students of tho postnl laws Their rates are adjusted so as to give the publisher the sumo rate as ho can got by mail or a little less Where the postal rate is 8 cents per pound they carry 2 pounds for H cents Where tho postal rate is 1 cent per pound then they carry the saute matter at one cent These corporations are not in tho habit of transacting business at a loss conse quently it is evident that if they will carry second clase matter at 1 cent per pound when they are forced to do so to secure tho holiness the government r fairlydonltTho effect of tho Loud bill in its pros tnt form cannot but ho detrimental to the advancement of the nation and tho government of tho United States is not ao poor that it must economize by do o priving tho poor man of his literary food to put tho money in the pockets ofgreat corporation If Mr Loud is afraid to oflend th- or railroads Uy proposing legislation which will reduce their dividends why should ho not turn his attention to the abuses of the franking privilege by congresmen oJ and senators They send enormous quantities of political traqti through tho mails free of postage under tho guise of hK1tportantfhctlonk + rftr lyretldSlIdfor nil practical rurJJ iea are utterly mnnoas II the le I 7- FI 1AJ tors of ono political faith do this thos- eIf tho opposing party must do time enm for their own protection A unite movement of congress irrespective n party could readily wipe out this abuse save the government vast sums both in the postal and printing departments and render it unnecessary to enact clow legislation which forms an arbitrary and unjust discrimination against a por Lion of the publishing fraternity There is but ono way for tho people t I express their disapproval of tho proposedI measure Let cycry moan who is opposed1 to it send hit protest on a postal card or by letter to the congressman who rcpre sents his district and to time senators who represent the state By this method our law makers will speedily become con vinced that their constituents are QP posed to such a system of false economy Let every maim who objects to the hill take this method of expressing his spin ion at once and the Loud bill will never become a law Mr Ward L Smith of Fredericks town Mo was troubled with chronic diarrhaa for over thirty years Ho had become fully satisfied that it was only a question of a short time until he would have to give up He had been treated by some of time best physicians in Europe and America but got no permanent re lief One day he picked up anewepapor and chanced to rend an advertisement of Chamberlains Golic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Ho a bottle of it time first dose helped lint and its contin ued use cured hue For sale by J T Day n THE PENNY IN CHURCH COLLECTIONS Such An oriVrliiK Icmrpt IVitiu the 1oor In nil ItiNiiU to fioil ami UN Church The important part which the penny plays in time average church olluring i known to every one who has ever been interested in church finances writes Edward W nk in time February Ladles Home Journal And that itisapart en tirely out of proportion to the necessities is felt and realized by mummy a church treasurer Scores of people who could allmd to drepI a nickel or a dime into time church ollering content themselves by giving a penny The feeling in either that the smallest ollering will do or thel smatter of church finances is not given any thought Thero is a failure to real izo that a church is the same as any other business institution rind it must have money for its maintatnancc There is such a thing as too literal an interpretation of the phrase that religionI I isi free Of course it is fret and let us hope that it will always be so in this country But to make religion free costs money and this isnt an Irish i bull either There are those to whom more than the widows mite given till the church would mean doing without I some absolute necessity of life The penny of such a one is time most welcClllleIIII gift tn any church the most ing which any one can make Hut from those who can give more than a penny t and who arc giving only the penny such an ollering is an insult to Uod and to Isis church and the sooner people see time matter in this lard true light tho better I am almost tempted to say that the great majority of churches could with perfect justice rule out the penny from their ollerings Were this dune time nickel would be time prevailing oll ring and to how few persons whet one stops to consider tho question would such an uttering bo n hardship or an impossibility A yearly offering of two dollars and sixty cents calculating that one attended church once each Sunday or twice with one olfori1g of five cents would galvanize the church finances of this country If you art a true friend of the dear old HKIIAIO and wo have always so considered you you will now go to work mud help us to get time 1000 now sub scribers which we want added to our list within the next thirty days Go tel I your neighbor the good news 11111 iuduc- ihn to subscribe Tell your friends everywhere and got them to take the paper at FIFTY CENTS A YEAR A Letter From Indian Territory MIAMA I T Jan IS 18JS Mn Smi cult Jooiini Dear Sir You will ploaso change the address u my paper from Fairland 1 T to liana I T as I am now heated here I write you u few lines to toll you somethin about the fur west It has been nearly a year since I left my old Kentucky home and came to this territory will be honest with you This is a line country and fine farming country It i s a prairie country and thlnllIettllli herep ns it it a now country The white mar never had any chance here but the time has como that tho white man has all time chances Ho cot buy land hero and tho government makes him a title This is tho lending country now and people are coming in every day some from the north some Irm time cast and some from tho south Our town has about 1000 inhabitants and has a bright future aheRtI Wo imato good schools churches and good morality and I all well enlightened people This is a tine poor mans country If you see any ono cowing west tell them this is i proit I grows back east only as much again to the acre I have newer heard a man cry I hard timcssinco I came here We haveI I H market for everything that wo raise and it brings tho cash Wo dont take I it to town and get pay in store goods at two prices Wo get the cash for it andwith tho cash buy tho goods I would live to see some el lilY old acquaintances and friends of Red river Some have gone I where no traveler ever returns but litill1 few ate left 7 Ever Your Friend111 I J11U11 Wn os i Starvation ii Ctfct thirddbehalffattention to tho urgent necessity for im mediate relief as follows To TnE PunucH limn undersigned secretary of state of tho United States had the honor on time 2lth of December to make known to all charitably disposed people of this country the appeal of the president for aid in the oform of mosey or supplies toward the speedy relief of the distressing destitution and Nuflcring which exists among the people of Cuba The gratifying interest which his coun trymen have shown in all parts of our him in that humane appeal has led the president to recognize the need of orderly and con certed cllort miller well directed control if timely assistance iis to he given hy the pnhlie to the sick and ueedv in Cuba HIt will be the office of the committee so organizeil not only to receive anil forward to the United States consul general at Ha vana such money anil necessary supplies as mav he contributed hy the people ol the Unlteil States hut to invoke in its own name cud through the three great interests it fitly represents the concurrent cllort of local relief hoards throughout the United States and to invite time kindly aid of the transportation agencies of the country for the prompt conveyance of contributed sup plies to time seaboard and their shipment thence to Cuba UIhe consul general at Havana is In turn assured of the effective cooperation of every available acency in the Island ot Cubit III order that life mar he saved and HiiflcriiiR spared The Spanish government welcoming the aid thus tendered will facil hole the work nod to that end will admit Into Cuba free of duties nUll charges nit articles otiierwie liable to tux when duly consigned to time consul general U IIfy direction of the president the under signed appeals to the people in every city and town to the municipal authorities thereof and time local hoards of trade and transportation to corporations and others allswhose hearts are open to time cry of distress and allliction to second the generous cflort now being made maid by well directed en deavor make its success truly responsive to the sentiments of charity that have ever chanctcri7ed the American people JOHN SilifitMAv Seereliuy ufStateo lice Governor of Kentucky has like wise made an appeal of the sane natures 1111 has appointed W G Coldewey of I Louisville IvyI as chairman of the relief committee forKentucky to whom funds or supplies may he sent properly marked U Cuban Relief Fund Such funds or supplies will be promptly forwarded to the central relief committee at New York and thiough such committee be properly distributed where most needed throughout time island of Cuba and to which end the transportation companies have otlbred their facilities free and the Spaiiiili and Cuban governments will lend NCls every nll1II Thus iis to certify that we handled Nelsons Hawaiian huh Elixir for ten I II months and can truthfully say that tin sale of it phenominnl Ve have sold t ten times as much of it as of all other hair preparations combined our soles amounting to over GOO bottles sever I other drug stores in the city handling it i at the same time Wo consider it by I far the best hair preparation on time market Respectfully WILSON DIUT Co Lexington Ky Leo Gordon Company East Main Street Lexington Ky My hair commenced two years ago to fall out and I was nearly bald After using Nelsons Hair Restorative it has produced n new suit of hair and has stopped it from falling out lUlled two bottles iincl find that it will do all that ho claims for it Oct iI 1S9b 14R Goiinox Spencer Cooper Agent for Hreathitt Mngotfin Morgan Mcncfce and Wolfe counties 1 per bottle u Dr Guerrant in Florida evangelistoKentucky nesnuy and reached his first sermon heroi at tho Presbyterian church the saute evening Services will continuo mnrniug HUM evening until further notice 1u tho average Florida Dr Guer nearlyfevery is known mud loved and his worth appre ciated Ho iis n gentleman of scholarly attainments n deep thinker and a pleas speakerlie who wore the gray redoiwith tho intrepid Gen John Morgan tho great confederate cavalryman In Kentucky not to know Dr Guor rant iis to argue yourselves unknown and from the blue grass cities to time in- IIccetWhle mountain hamlet ho is known and as here loved and has duce more than any ono man to spend tho gospql of Christ in the mountain section of that stateTo tho writer he is nn old friend ono i whom we have known all our life and it is a pleasure to meet him here and talk ever old days in ClOld Kentuck The people of Lake City may not have the opportunity of again hearing the doctor and wo trust all will oval them selves of this opportunity and turn out to the meetings His sermons are in gool1LakeCity CoughRemedythe very lest remedies for croup that I have eyes found One dose has always been sufficient although I use it freely Any cold my children contract yields very readily to this medicine I can conscientiously recommend it for croups 1and colds in children Oto K WojtT Clerk of time Circuit Court lernnndinn Fla Sold by J1 Day Some two months since a petition praying tho establishing of a postoflico at Oklahoma in this county was forwarded to Washington and the citizens of Oklahoma had strong hopes of soon having an office convenient to them Nothing however has been done in the matter as yet and tho prospective patq rons areanxlous toknow the why thereof The point is G miles from anti pton and 4 from Torrent and a thickly settled community OIGOdIWII was to be the name of the oily office in honor of linn D S Godsey and it is hoped tho slue will Mrs be eHtabIiMhtdII Spencer of Mill creek was wee united in marriage with lies Frank Miller of Laurel formerly of Hreathitt Doe Spencer olliclating I IKI DRtKmK K The Leading Spa laiit3 cf America 20 YtAiiS HiI OHIO 250000 Cur- crlWECURESTRICTURE j j I K rholutitnd1 of yiniiiu and ini11I gel men ore troubled with tliUili rn anuuly iitiioiiot in p They stay Imvo u Mauri I leg Fyn viit 11 fulfill tvitlt Mreniu I I flriM c43ttlt6I 1 tui rlIiIiltlh K chnrKC tllll diy iv r mu mi vrraU i organ + cmiuoIcllI ytattnt 1 nf lurvoua ilrljililj Ilicy Irvi MlK TlllK Dont let doctor+ Irrmrllton I you by itii Mrotrhlr n tearing K you 1 lit + will not ciirovniiua It will rn urn Our NiV MlTllUl Til HAT MKNTl iWI+ tliu stilrturo UJMIO ileucoreamuvelIkertrtctnrutcrmamntly It can 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