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P tt T1 e t iltI IMItrv 1 z i M i J 4 t TtJEA ftAZEL 0REEN 4 tJERiAU1t 1J o t ta r 1 f atabllahod Marsh 4 1885 Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and HU Continent by Max ORell J = MIKNOKIt Owner antio1r TIll Oldest Most Popular Most fydily Circulated and Most Quoted Paper iin file Kentucky Mountains OOiWn t THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 24 1808 NUMBEB6I f TflO EPOnDenfle i WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings Calaway Sob Linn is slowing improve ing Prof Dm Lacy was in Daysboro Sate K Nickell way visiting John E 11urda ridge Sunday Saturday DytMiss Monta Cruey was calling on this r side of the ridgo Saturday IL llollon of Campion was in ono day last week Ir IrJ Amyx is still confined to his room is thought to bo somewhat better Z Dr A C Nickel of Hazel Green was in Daysboro one day thus week f JJJames Lacy won visiting on this side Miss Cleminio Lacy was visiting her cousin Miss Nannio Brooks Saturday and Sunday Misses India mud Mollie Coldiron were visiting their grandpa John K Brooks Saturday night HighLofrr Harry and saw mill in Daysboro It will prove tL a great blessing to tho people iu this sec tion r r11ru Lacy is authority for tho state meat that one night last week n young man not far from this place was told by a young lady to go to Campton and get their marriage license and if it did not rain to como to her house tho next tiny and they would be married Tho Ii cense were secured the young man rand preacher were on hum but lo it rained and stormed and there was black dark ness and lightning and very great fear settled down upon tho intended bride and she wouldnt daro to venture upon the uncertain sea of matrimony The young man is still sailing alone anllI doubtless tho next cargo he contracts for will bo insured against weather uncer tainties especially rain March CiiAniu Stillwater Sparkles Elisha Chambers went to Morgan 011I business SUllllaI apvisit Saturday nightI4 Mrs Lou Sally was visiting her broth t cr henry Taylor SundlliS S Rose one 1 lay lust week sold to Harlau Stamper 20 head of cattle for 100 foHo Henry Taylor preached a crI r nchuolrP Robert Byrd has moved to the G 1I r Center farm mid S Hl Swaugo moved to the K C Ruse fllrmII Courtney tho little son of K L Cur roll came very near getting drowned during the tide last week We learn that Jasper Steele who went J to Wisconsin n few weeks i go has gotII employment olin farm at lu dnyIJ F Dunn returned Sunday from I L Jackson where ho says several were semi rtenced to tho penitentiary during circuit I courtThere l1k Stillwater1k I tI II Chambers l M D Rose Robert Byrd and othorsII returned from Louisville where they I whokilledf swappedf20boatj withGI boutIr 1 I t r Toliver Topics i farminSwango j W A Oldficld and H A MannSn are the boss fishers of this neck of the woods U They went last Saturday night and caught three WAallImprovingGeorge NcfT has moved to tho Clark branch where ho has taken a lease J B McNabb and familwere the guests of II A Manuih and family Sun day Dr John Taulbee of Hazel Green passed through Toliver one tiny last weekThere will be preaching at Sandlleld schoolhouse next Sunday bn Mr Tern plcton Miss Bird Nelson of West Virginia was time guest of Miss Lou Catron one day last week March 22nd1 SHINKU Leo City Lilacs Gardening is the order of tho day The intent child of Charley Patrick is very sick at this writing Charles Fallen of Gillmore was in town Tuesday on business Harlan Nickell of Morgan county was in town Monday on business Harry Fallen nod Marion Gills of Gillmore were the guests of ye scribe SundayAunt Frankio Kash of Gillmorc is visiting her daughter Mrs Oscar Fallen of this place thus week Mrs Frank Lacy of Morgan county visitedi her brother S H Taulbee of this place Monday and Tuesday Miss Nora Crucy 6f Lacy creek accompanied by her brother Thomas visited friends in this placo Tuesday Cleveland Allen who Juts been attend lug school at Hazel Green visited his parents Saturday and Sunday and re turned to school Monday Miss Mary Hose a charming young hello of Morgan county was tho guest of her niece Miss Nannio Hose above town Monday and Tuesday Diedon the 20th inst the beloved wife of Clay Ron11 of this place Carrie as she was familiarly known was a noble pure and devoted Christian woman j always ready to help in time of allliction or need and her life was a model worthy of following She gave birth to a child on the 1th inst and was thought to bo doing very well hut grew worse on tho 12th rind continued worse till tho 20th when God called her homo During her illness she was watched night surd tiny by her many friends and was attended by Drs Taulbeo anti NickeU of 1 Hazel Green and Dr JI K Carroll of this place They held a consultation Friday and decided there was no hopo for her huh notwithstanding Dr Carroll contin tied patiently with her mill did all in his power to alleviate her MiUbringa Hut rill in vain for God had called her and she must go Sunday at midnight the church hell tolled the Kolcmn announce meat of her death anti never did a purer or moro upright woman pass into time presence of God than she She leaves a husband and seven children to mourn her loss Her rennin were interred III tho funnily burying ground below town mill tho funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends who camo to look tho last farewell upon a woman that knew not sin upon a woman beloved by all who know her Tho heartbroken husband and motherless children have our sympatliy and the only condolence wo can oiler them is to look to the One who is ablo to give and to take and to prepare themselves for a happy reunion in heaven Farewell wifo slut mother Wo will meet you in heaven A previous one from use linx gOlle- A voice we loped is stilled A vacant place IN In our home Which neer cim be filled March 22 TiJTOlt Campton Currency Editor IIM Sword is on the sick list Capt W L Hurst has just returned from Stanton Prof S H Hurst went to Jackson Friday on business I I I MontOn tho 17th inst to the wife of Clarence Little a boy Misses Nannie pad Calln Tutt of tho Rocky branch were in town Saturday lion II L Wheeler of Beattyville was in town tho past week on business Assistant postmaster Taylor P Sew ell says that within a week ho will have caught up with his courting Ex Deputy Sheriff G W Lovelace and Miles Smith contemplate milking a tour around tho world on foot Deputy U S Manual G W Drake who recently moved to Estill county will still make his headquarters at this placeDr H D Cox of Torrent was in town Saturday The doctor is being urged by his friends all oyer tho 10th district to become a Republican candidate for Con gressMiss Dora Grain of Clifty one of tho most fascinating young ladies in Eastern Kentucky attended church hero Sunday night Many a heart was captivated by her charms Rev S W Peoples delivered an elo quent sermon at tho Methodist church Sunday night Hro Peoples is doing an excellent work in tho Masters vineyard He is tho ablest pastor we lave laid since the talented O F Duvall was ou this workYesterday whilo church was going on at tho Methodist church Kill MuPhersou alia Hilly tho KidIIttelllptcll to break tho services up by throwing rocks at the church Our efficient town mar shal C C Hank was notified mill after a fearful encounter Hill was arrested nod lodged behind the bars It took tho assistance of Jim Hollon Han Hurst and Clyde Stamper The entertainment given at the 1C W A Thursday night wits a grand success The pupils all performed their parts well but wo were particularly interested in tho debate Subject Alltrmed that pa rents do their children an injustice by striving to lay up worldly treasures for them Affirmative James Drake and Letcher Hyrd negative Geo Vaughn anti Mr Tyler Decision unanimously in favor of tho affirmative Our friends Drake and Byrd soared above tho stars on tho wings of oratory They possess great oratorical talent and wo shall watch their future career with moro than ordinary interes- tlirtrriedOn Saturday tho 19th iust at 710 p m at thu residence of S S Combs in tho presence of an immense assembly Prof 11C K Bishop to MissI i Mattie 0 Quickmill Rev S W Peoples officiating Ill groom is a gentleman in nil that the term implies and is a fine educator being time principal of tho IC W A at this phase the bride is a young lady of rare accomplishments and a trno type of Kentucky womanhood She sully proves tho old adage true that Kentucky bents the world for pretty women Younir buoyant mind loving they have launched their barque out up on lifes tempestuous sea May gentle gales attend them clear skies bend over them and all around and above them reign tho pence that passeth understand ing and may they have only enough clouds in their day to give theta a bright hallowed golden sunset and may their pathway through life bo strewn with lowers and may they bask in time sun beams of happiness while endless ages roll After tho marriago was over they were charivaricd by u band of cowboys led by tho notorious Hill McPhcrHon Tho good natured professor Vet cm up 2i pounds of cuuuly11111 they dispersed with happy hearts anti sweet lips March 2nd SUITIK JACK Lane Lilies McKinley Sowcll is on tho sick list The sickml owed lust week are im proving very slowly John L Scwcll visited the family of Mrs Amanda Hollon Sunday Died on the 10th inst of epileptic fit Roby Triplett of Hunting Fork neighborhood J L Sowell has contracted with G WTyra to float a big lot of saw logs out pf Holly this spring r IT G W Tyra has done a big buiincm tho past week floating aud splashing logs out of Devils creek and Holly M F Horton loft this morning to resume his duties as storekeeper and ganger at tho distillery of Isaac Wyler near Campion M F Horton and family from Camp ton have moved to the farm of J A Sowell Millard is a good business man and respectable citizen and hiwife an intelligent lady We are proud to have all such iu our community March 21 ItowBXA MORGAN COUNTY CoBsoIitlen Chat Vows is unusually scarce this week Tho sick of our community are Improving Prayer nteeting at Consolation every Friday night C C Gillespio fell from n fence the other day and wits badly hurt Your scribe was thrown from a porno Tuesday and was badly scared We are informed that time mumps and measles are raging iu the Chapel neigh boyhoodMnrriedOn the 16th inst at the residence of H 11 Harkcr Mitts Ellen Williams to Mr William Holbrook of Johnson county Rev Henry Barker of ficiating J Gi Oldfiuld had u working Friday null K G Gillcspio ato nil ho could and then carried oil his pockets full of raw meat Kelly mud ho did not know when thou would bo any moro workings Our old friend Undo Robert Nickell of tho Nickel fork has experienced one war mud Is worked up for another He 1I1I 11IIho 11 bo dud seased cf Spain haiut blowed up tho best canoe McKinley had1 March 22nd DnA 11 Sollars Sunshine Osa Long was III Sellars one day last week on business 1C It Jones of Daywboro wits visiting near Sollars Saturday night Bent Little i nosed through Sellars Sunday going to see his best girl Marion Perkins passed through Sollars Saturday morning on his way to tho head of time river Clay and Steve Wilson passed through Sollars one tiny last week leading a line heifer They said she was for sale lIornTo tho wife of W M1 Easier ling a nine pound girl5o far as wealth is concerned Will nays ho is worth moro than ever before iu his life March JOth SUNNY nAY Ditney Rldgo Digits Sims Helton of Hazel Green gave us a flying visit last Sunday and while hero visited Valentino Yates Smith Elani returned from Hazel Green Academy tit hind threw of his brothers down with fever There is a good lido in Licking which inleresls most everybody curd when tho money returns from the timber run it will ho well scattered Joe Lewis and Gco Hollon of Hazel Green should ho chaperoned they como to Ditney any moro an tho last time they wore here Joon blind homo ran over a fence and lacerated his leg to say uolh fug of hU pants They have Leon lucre every week for two years past but the same two girls are sllll single and lone nellleMarch 31 RATTII HIAI Stock Salon Last Friday Jima Cincinnati Liyo Stock Record of Friday gives tho following ns tho hest prices for that day Top price of hogs flOO Best price for cattle 500 Top price for calves 72o Best price for sheep 100 Best lambs brought 590 The above wore actual sales but it should be borne in mind that they repre sent the best of their class on tho market that day Tests HERAMJ will eachweek give tho bMtfliterofI the Friday boforS which is alone worth tboprlco of the paper NOW is the time to w subscriber J Tr11 yr t 3 fI r t rr tIt x L i IITHE NEW WAY i WOMEN used to think ftm a Is dLHII + could only be v treated after 10 cal lamina thane by Jhnle clans Drew of such treatment kept thousands offmodest women silent about their 5 suffering TIIe- ltroduotlon a of Wine of Cardul has now demonstrated that nlne tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders dohnot require a physicians attention tall The simple pure x Win Ms iI0 taken In the privacy of a woman own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate now Wine of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina it cureunydlseueof female troubles disordered monies falling of the womb whltei change of life It makes tdu women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 100 at the drug store tpeclddlreetlonlthe UdW Advisory Deptrtmint1 The Chattanooga Medicine Co ChttU noor T nn W I ADDIiOM MD dry Mill iiyu I me Wine or Cardul extensively In my praotleeind and It a most estellent preparation for female Uoublei Spring Term ol Hazel Green Academy HAKKI hums Kv March I laDS Let mo call your attention to our Spring work for teachers On Monday March 28th wo begin n tern of eleven weeks iu which wo will glvo to those preparing to teach a thorough review of the Pub lie School Course with Lectures on Pwychology mud on Theory and i Practice We will make n specialty of pro paring persons for the Examina tion of Applicants for Certificates to Teach Iif you want a hotter grade certificate come hero if you want to ho better prepared to teach como hero You may join our regular classes iu addition to the Rvvlcw i Work Time cost is for board 200 per week tuition 500 for the term matriculation 100 Payment in full in advance will bo discounted f per cent- Romumhcr this is n part of the work wo do every year It is sot to catch you but to help you 000 Six dollars pays for tuition Typewriting and Shorthand for thin terns of cloven weeks During this limo the elementary principle of Shorlhand may ho mastered cashrIly and then the Htudcnt can pursue time Htudy without further instruc tiourRespectfully VM H COUD Principal Hazol bean Academyt Sticks to Tlio Herald EditorI IlKiiAMi Dear Sir You will find enclosed CO cents for which please Hond my paper to Ixjvitu Texas Very truly G W BiBUor Y H tbayefrI or north anywhere in fact who formerly lived in thin section 7 If sod please bring or send UH time sumo and postofflce addrcMH and we will sund them A FREE SAMPLE COPY of Tin HruAtD that will be to them like n loiter from home Send us names of ALL whoso poetofesx address you know They will appreciate itnnd HO will wo We can send 100 or 1000 j Rye 10000 and will bQ glad to do so Send us some names thisweek1u ItrOil are II true friend of the dear 1 t and we have W 7t c considered you you will now go to corkyand help us to get the lOOOww w Ja scriben which wo want added to our list within the next thirty days GoUll ti neighbor the good nevi and iadoott J him to subscribe Tell your frlMdMi everywhere and get them ta take ctrl 1 paper ai FIJI1J EN A YZAL Old paptQ JMti1e poc ridn J 1 qI 1 tif i 4 Lr fjliha r I 1 k- I w A tf iii r i j v 1 J i l S tI = 4z4 3rltr IBttl iit lfll ooom t aYMr Jj HAZEL CREEN KYITHURSDAY larch 21 1898 Announacmcncs We are authorized to announce JOHN K GARNER of Winchester Clark county as- a candidate tor Congres in thin the Tenth district subject to the action of the Demo cr tic party W T SWANOO who wns a super visor four years ago furnishes us with tho following data which is food for thought for tho farmers I Wo also givo tho corresponding f data for last yonr which ahowBtt that Wolfe county had 2030 muroff cattle in 1803 than in 1897 1893 1897 No of cattle 5011 t 29M No of horses 1812 10233 No of mule 878 327 t No of sheep 3817 2175 No of huge GS2G 6301 No of voters 1IG3 1705 i No of children of school UKO 27KI 2790 Taxable property 11388 11019721 Tho iibovo figures arc quito inter eating in that thoy show a decrease in all kinds of live stock amount ing in tho aggregate to Kttk 10 iinI four years notwithstanding tha all classes of stock uro higher oxII copt horacH The scarcity of cattle and sheep in duo no doubt to tho ir1 very unusual demand for common Htocknrs in the corn bolts of thstcountry Livo stock is the salva Lion of tho mountnius our only hope for materialt I prnRpl1ritynnd1 t our farmers should improve their t grades of stock and increase their pasturage as grass is an absolute necessity to successful stock rniHt ing Tho increase in children undtI in legal voters however has been quite healthy which of itself is an object lesson that it would ho tool I for our farmers to learn Tho in croaso of demand and decrease of supply is not quill 11nnj means Wo raise more mouths to food than wo do meat to feed them and such I a policy tends to pauperism if po I sisted in IIt in no doubt a pleasure to raise childrenI hut a few osup scattered through thu Hock would prove more profitable Parity ntt least should bo maintained if w 0II would prosper I Tin formal announcement ofII John K Garner of Winchester as I a candidate for congress from this I district appears with this issue and ho submits his claims to titoInI wishes of tho Democratic party of courso John Garner Why tIuI have known him for nigh on to 1IK years and wo never did know a hotter follow they dont inhabit this footstool Wo have known him as oditor as merchant as citI izon as mayor and ho has over toi boon BnyitLut everybody loves John Garner and ho loves everybody in rota Ho has been mayor of Winchester wince tho memory of man runneth not to the contrary and that he I has made a good ottO is evidenced by tho endorsement his pooplo give him on every occasion Ho has thoI happy faculty of snaking a trio1dly of every mnn ho meets and thus I ho is popular withnil parties and nil people Indeed ninny a man with his popularity would have tho big head so bad as to require un iron band to provost bursting but you couldnt givo it to him by inoculation with pollovil 1hoI laborer and tho lawyer i tho miner sill the millionaire tho politician fmi tUo prcaoheraIl are nhko hisl t f ttzIIY a t Y 4 I 6 friend when they onco know him ana the Acquaintance is made as soolli as you shako hands with him In ability ho is tho peer of any man in the district and a dignified elegant gentleman withal His wit is his wealth and his assets Bro in anecdotes with which ho is us free as tho water that flows The man who boats him for tho nomi nation will run tho race of his life and when the campaign closes that same man will say ho never had a bettor truer friend Thats John Garner gentlemen HON CHAMP CLAUK Democratic congressman from Missouri our thanks fora copy of his speech on the country editor delivered by him in opposition to tho Loud bill tho passage of which infamous measure would have materially crippled country papers We thank him also for his good opinion of tho country editor and assure him that us occasion presents we shall freely clip from his speech TILE reply of Sam Salyor several years ago then a rcprestative in tho legislature from this section who said Children by god sir children j or words to that effect in reply to the query What do you raise in the mountains 11l r Salyor seems to havo boon not only appropriate at tho time bu also prophetic of time future if wo are to judge from statistics And it suggests a diversity of crops t11lulr preparations are till in progress for war with Spain t1- tmoney power of Wall street has at muzzlu on McKinloy which pre vents any decisive action Wall1 reet headed by Mark Hanna is vote negotiating the purchase of Cuba and should the dealI go thro that would of course put an end1 to threatened hostilities Voters or vegetables and chit drop or cattle ore two euphonious subjects that suggest themselves asj suitable for debate in the schools and societies of this suction Loiter From Curtis Swango CIIAIUI iT11N Iil March 11 Mr Spencer Cooper Dear Sir I will1 I drop you a few lines to tell Tin HIKAU readers about tho JImuliof lIIinoiI It reminds too of a hog pen in wet wea drrIlandweather nut with all of its benutih sights and locks of girls it cant comeC to old Kentucky Boys Iif you want to marry dont come here to get you n wife for I expect to come back to Kentucky for my wire You bet I am 1 dout want any of your prairie girls aMisaI Knsh to conc buck out hero for she lik I him better than n cat likes sour butter milk Davo James when getting off time train Illinois Raid to his wifeU Dote I believe to my soul wo have lost one for cant count but 13 children He al says if tho president would let him bot J captain over his buys he had snail I force to clean Spain up in 21 hour uPtlU my honor I could sail11C I I think theta will bo several subscribers I j for TIIK HKIIALD from this place in a short time It is u good letter from allI in KentuckyWith wishes for all in Kentucky j I ani respectfully C M SVANiO Dayr1 J QulnlnefblctsAllore Hoc toII On tho morning of Feb a ISOj I watt sick with rheumatism and lay in bed until May 21st when I got a bottle of Chnm HIIplication of it relieved me alma t entire I from tho pain and the second I complete relief In a short time I able to be up and about ngnlnA Moreuix Luvcrac Minn Sold by J lay Hazel Green Ii Tho old schoolhouse in the grove ofr our town was torn down last week It was built early in tho 50s and thou sands of young ideas have there been taught how to shoot The old hou8ttt will be replaced by a now one and dirt rill bo broken for tho foundation rig away htIfI r rStopmJ Thatcoughing Tho quickest and surest FineTarhoney edy wholly unlike nil othori better nets directly on the mucous mem branes heals the lungs and resplrn tory organs and invigorates the vrbolo system 5DR BELLS PineTar Honey contains the concentrated healing virtues or old and tried uicdtclimlugentH extracted by u new vlotitlllc process 25c MX Bud 91 At oil tr iilitiot Kci apon hClpl Si ple by- Ti It J aqtlnd BtUMw Co FuliMk sir Some Plain FactsEGrave errors lacktof knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money UniteuStatesThere is no learned judge skill lawyer or court of justice that i capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived officials in power chosen to adminisI ter justice under the ignored their sworn duty and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry reduced property value- onehalf and beggared millions There is no authority of law cither specific or by inference by which gold alone is made the only money with which to discharge debts public or private The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity Plain and ample information facts truth concerning this almost sue ccssful scheme to corner the wealth of the people is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer a news paper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buyI The Weekly Enquirer is only ib year The address is cREnquirer Company Cincinnati 0 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY 0 soCAplrAS200000 I SURPLUS 30000 0- t M HiaSTAFF resident PreddeatglV W THOMSON Ciibhler 0W-erespectfully solicit the hURlnllI1I ofmen cIiantH laniierH traders mid business men I j llncrnhthroughout laeleru Kentucky A general milking business done Jive us a cluuice to scud you a bank hook nor you checks sad long you money when in need W W TiiOMiHOK Cmthner WISFJIlLI jKIC EJ IMIOIITKIIH AND JOIIIIKUS OK FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY IUnderwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St CINCINNATIway 11111N A KASII I ATTOltNEYntLAV HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe und the mljolnliiB auntie+ and nttend promptly to nil collections entrusted to him W T ATAiriajEEjaia Physician and SurgeonI fHAZEL GREEN KY obstetrics a specialty Grout Clothing AND Overcoat Sole 4 e COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 140 liens line Satinette dealersprice300 liens Long Ulsters at 5 other dealers price 20 405 Cassimerc Suits at 100 other dealers price 450 350 Mens Cassimcro Suits at 5 other dealers price 750 250 pairs of Boys Corduroy Pants at 38 cents other dealers price 75 cents 750 pairs of Boys otherdealersEvery Departmente t is Overflowing Will BargainsS I YVe will BlackSocls 12Ac otherdealers price oOc 300 Boys Gum Coats at 140 other dealers price 250 StrausdCLOTHIERSs= ROSEc4Z DATi1IS-o ACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY WAGONSsGuarantee pricesnlldgive me your order PatronizeHome People get only lloncdt Work and lie Nappy IN TilE HOUSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WEaw employ onl skilled Hpecialtyindyour= t m t 0- aaaaaaa 2 11A rv o aoataaal IKrelr T f r rm1r 1 f1i1rrIftWfr ftEt e 77SZTs7 2 LZi Ld7jrzzzzzzr LZzi THE BLUE CRASS NURSERIES OFFER EVERYTHING FOR AGENTSc116YrStravberry and General Nursery Cntnlofiuca on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington TTTT r i RernottellnllahnutthPnwrafrltrt deIRn + Mnotlfhl nn y NJ IImllr1 I1 and rnrlcly RI low prlln this V7iipAC nut we nnkd lntaingnP v rcfJfII yon Ihl t1 Will to and send lie In scam s ltlOJDiRESTORED MANHOOD DR l l u Moms t rostrattonsadaIInervoPAILLStile HIucli uNnoutf O IrxhnrlmllonYouthlelltrrorrjNuutalWorrexeeaIveaeof ltrrpIr VU EllICAJ 0 Cleve liD BUSINESS EDUCATION u Is absolutely necessary to tthe who woulel win succes in lifo This lulnJ conceded It young Iis of the 1111111 first or inlporinnce Youngwomro Jo 6ct Clur trnllllllL lit the schooll ranktheBRYANT ILouisville Ky BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY 11ritt for hcniitifiil hook pivine tcMlmonlnls from Krniluat fr nfl IIIL iironilnunt pnsitbrlla nil over IIi r tlilled StateshlKul Ihi inn illt FUKK Collrco iMlldint null nffiie Thtrl andlelfersn mtheMhCiIUMINL CO South Bend Indiana A wlF r i i I ri c r Liver Illshike DUlouaneas dyspepsia hetdiche cosetb- Ise our stomach indigestion are promptly by Uoods 1Ills They- o do their workI- i HoodsSapcenup spared by C I Hood Co Lowell 31nss 7bC1 only Hll to take wllh hoods Sarsa- lnrlllapEHERAhD eoeocooooooooooooe +LO LLItInG + l 0COCOOQOGOOQOQOOOOOOOQ Bud Swango of Stillwator was in townII Monday Regular services at the Christian church SUlldaId D S Trimble of Menifce county was in town Saturday and Sunday i Charley Swango was rusticating in Fzcl and neighborhood over SUndayt Dick Phipps hits moved his family back to the old home on Grassy Dr Nickell reports Miss Biddie Lee who has typhoid fever as doing nicelya Mrs J M Picratt of Ezul is visiting her mother Mrs Caroline Swango who is very feeble Dr Taulbec was Tuesday called to see Mrs Noise Nickell who is threatened with feerII Rev James It Word will pi each at Pine Grove Morgan county Saturday night and Sunday morningcFloyd Bailey was culled to his home in Magoflin county Saturday night to the bedside of his daughter who has typhoid fever I Log men have had an excellent tide the past week JJ T Day lull over 5000 I floated past Hazel Green and down lied river last week I i Among the new subscribers to record I this week iis the name of W n Taulbce Hazel Green Ililey wants to keep up with the procession 11 Well remarked Uncle John hose to Tit IlrUAU man II just write me a receipt always have taken your paper and I guess I always will TAKE ONLY the host when you J medicine Hoods Sarwipa rllla Is the best blood purifier nerve and stomach tonic Get HOODS h n B L Neville dentist will be in Hazel 1 Green on Monday April 4 and remain six days He is prepared to do all kinds of dental work at reasonable prices Consumption clan often be prevented j by giving only attention to a cold- sWhether slight or severe A cold quickly disappears when Jr Hells Pine Tar Honey is taken 1 Berry Pierutt of Kzel Ihits gone to Newport News to see the launching of the battleship Kentucky lIe will visit Baltimore Washington und other points on the triptliDru Taulbce and Nickell report the condition of 11 F IMeratt and daughter as Improving and Warren Farar ourbboy we are glad to say is rapidly mendblug as is also Willie Pieratt For Rent To a good tenant the J G Trimble residence and lots adjoining in Hazel Green A splendidly located i prop rty at reasonable rental For particular call on W O Mize agent Sam Wilson our puet artist has this hdeucec- Btmc furniture for Mr Godscys 15jIII and the job reflects much credit on Mr iljon ns n master mechanic I plottoisi theyMouldproper Johns is English bluegrass and wo be Iove It well adapted to this soil A mill named Bob Dickson was killed at impressiongot JhubDitkemi lieheardI but didnt belieye it sad I calltoi SaturdaytoTIIEI1 with me emarkII I wont f i cant do without it but I will say I Iwoot do without it and I know of J JJJttJl new tubscribers you will get right 1 D y 4as Nelso Nlckell says that he and Charley ShiYcloy stopped at Hazard one day for dinner and Itconeletcddumppliuga dinnerMr I landlady How did you know I liked chicken and dump ttgSlOh I Jut guessed it replied havepleased kaJRhtoflady took him at his word Supper was announced and the guests again met chicken and dumplings mall the monotony of the menu at break was only changed by transposition But e Charley wasnt gorged for that night 1 when they got to Buckhorn he ordered chicken and dumplings and got em too t sometime between midnight and day I light J I desire to attest to the merits of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as one of the most valuable and efficient preparations on the market It broke an exceedingly dangerous cough for me in 24 hours and in gratitude therefor I desire to inform you that I will never be without it and t you should feel proud of the high esteem in which your Remedies tips held by peek plo in general It is the one remedy among Ih thousand Success to ItO ItI Downey Editor Democrat Albion Ind Fur sale by iI Day Hazel Green Tno spring tern of Hazel Green acad ell1 will begin next Monday See the- nnouncement of it in this paper This term will prove to be just what teachers want Others may nuke flattering an nouncements and special inducement but this work has been done before its results are seen upon every hand and its praises are upon every lip If you are a teacher you cannot nflbrd to miss the work offered to teachers during this term Come and see This work is not tu atch you but to help you JelTy Hose of Lacy creek on Saturday delivered to Charley Hose of this place who recently bought itn 41 months old heifer calf which weighed juctlM pounds But the remarkable thing about this prodigy is that it should be Mich a pigmy I with so good a pedigree It was sired by I1 Days large red shorthorn bull anti found by Mr lloscV large red pre mium cow At birth it weighed jUt Ilr pounds when a month old tipped the beam at i0 and hiw always been healthy Uev Henry Vallin tells us that he stopped Friday nut of the rain at Squire Nests on Gillmorc anti that gentleman showed him hail that had fallen on the Wednesday morning before and drifted He says hundreds of panels of fencing were carried away by drifted hail which rolled down the hillsides like an ava lanche of ice anti that Mr Vest who lost several window lights by the storm told him that hail stones as largo as walI nuts fell there Kelley Xickcll our efficient deputy postmaster visited his home at Centre villa Morgan county over Sunday anti ays there is an epidemic of measles at that place As our readers may never have soon Ccntrcville on a Kentucky map it will bo well to hero locate It Two miles above Index on Caney creek anti there find ayou como upon the site church a school pause blacksmith shop mill storehouse etc The ten gallon whisky law lor IorgllnI county was not repealed Ass Iienitt secured its passage through the house ut it struck a snag in the senate The changing tho time of electing trustees from luau to October will probably be n law as the governor has signified his intention of approving it Under its provisions the old trustees holdover Joe Rose of Lacy creek a few days since told Itev1r11ord of this place says that gentleman that on Wednesday saw hail that had drifted into fence as high as his thigh and Joes u- ixfooter and that some of the sconce were as large as hen eggs Como again Ilro Wallin Rev Charles Farnsworth of HaZiUd hero assisting theNpstori 1cv teary Wallin in n meeting at tho Presbyterian church which will be protracted to the middle of next week after which they both leave for Midway to attend Presbytery which convenes April nth Some 1700 to 2000 logs were run out of Frozen creek Sunday says Mr Will who was there at the time and saw two splash dams let off Ho also tclla mix that several pounds of fish were caught iu tho dams after the water and logs had passed through Wonderful arc the cures by Hdoda Sarsaparilla and yet It la only because ns this ono true blood purifier it snakes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods rthe liver and bowels net easily yet promptly 2oc I pw Mariled at He reildenca of 8 8 Combs in Campton Ky on March 10 at 730 p ro Miss Mnttlo 0 Qulcball to Mr Elmer B IJIehop Ru l9 W Peeples officiating The school and all the tows wore Invited and an immense crowd gathered in tho trout yard which was beautifully lighted with lanterns suspended from the trees The ccrumtny was performed on the veranda anti made quite a picturesque scene The bride who iis known and loved by all in tho community is a daughter of Hon J E and Anna Quicksall of Ireland In not d for her good sense and judgment and practical Christianity gentleness goodness meekness 1 temperance in tact all the Christian graces of the Bible abound in her life anti character Situ is at pros cut a teacher in tho K W A Prof Bishop who is principal of the K W Academy at Campion is a gentleman of noble qualities highly educated of fine personal appearance Inda thorough Christian taking active part in all church work and the advancement of the cauvo of Christ After the ceremony a few ink timato friends of the contracting parties were royally entertained with refreshments by Mr and Mrs Combs whose hotpitality cannot be excelled Drs Taulbeo and Nickell report much sickness iu this section A Shattered Nervous System FINALLY HEART TROUBLE Restored to Health by Dr Mlles Ntrvln doU KDWAItl IIAUDY tlii Jolly man r M iifvr of Slicppard Gos great iiturv at llRirevltlo 111 wrlltS I hint niver been sick ti lay In my Ufa until In 1WO I Jot M llladtv1ti1rvuus prostration that I had to give tipI anil coiniiiunco t i doctor 1 tried our local iln lclnns anti van In Jollet but none jnu tun any rolluf und I thought I wan JollII K to tile I liccnmo dispondtnlI and MilTvrid untoldI agony I could oat cat sleep nut rest and It seemed us K I could not eXit At tho end of Mxinonlli I was reduced to but it shadow of inycclf and nt lust my liesirt becainu nftcctud and I wax truly miserable I took six or eight bottles of Dr Miles Nerving It gave mo relief from tho start and at lattt u cure tho greatest blesltig of my ht Ur Mlles Kcmnun 1 Dr are soul by till drug MileIIsts under 1 positive t guarantee first bottlo Nerving tofeudedHealthciutuof v nerve free Address Ult MILKS M1UICAL CO Klkliari lad- Y THE GREATEST BOOK OP THE AGE I Should be In Every Home and Library Tie Peoples file 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0ycalba I ITIOl2M rssM 200 fultqage Iliuutra tins Style Atlt edges i Iftnl ane volume tilluperoorrewdtrlmmdIlhtlr Wetlpart- I nr set a1 all bookstores and hI Iokeller Fur rIu11iIhrtl unit711 MoroelHt sret CUl go liiinplw CHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY 0 Ladies Gentlemens Fine Shoes Made to order Special Attention given WreItalrirlgand gntUfucllon Kuurnnteed piCrShop nt Old lUickt StoreI Winonester a Bank WINCIIESTKK KY X II WITHBItSPOOX PrcitJdenf It D II USTEIl Cashier I Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of met clmiitii farmer traders mind buainnn men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and often iU customers every facility and the most HberAlfermi wltbin the limas of egltimate banking j octlBiyt oJ 1 1 rJ ForB LOQUWBBtsl1 I III have been confiitfd to mj room and M I am still unable to look liter my business I DO HOPE that every man without farther appeal will call on H C QUICK SALL at my store AND PAY Iiii account it once I must have tone money in or der to Meet my obligation anti make this lat appeal before plac ing your accounts ii the hands of an Attorney for collection You will not ignore this appeal if you have a lymaathiziiQ soul Respectfully H F PIERATT L w RUSSELL BROTHEltS9 = MILLERS AND SAWYERS f hlineryf 1fI = or the J r IIA1 IIIt hlurel1recmi we mint IIMT Jlrlt =abed to attend to thu mounts of till imlilii in AM 1111 l Illt TKIUS und will 1lllllrHIIIOClIIltlnfIItiuI in nil cnwu irln4 days r TtIvSDAY S KIUDAYriun1I HTI HIM VS lullntliKhth ii IvIBuilding Material of All Kinds We nro also prrpiircil to do ouxloin wlllJ nt faler IQIO 1 I ion the halves timid winin on short entice fnrii Lt IO- Itr I IllturI OKILIXO WKATIIKKIIOAUDINO tilllIIlbi anti nil kinds of HnildiiiK Miitcrial in wood nt tilt 111SI41 Iltlelt WhiMi you want to save inonoy give IIM a call fur i lVIIILtIM the fintHt ever vnrtcil in this wction and since KI hitr ben ri ti IIPIUODITCKI ==j andjI =IIhmidI out = OUR WAVJ9B HILLi iradIlug on Hrd Kivcr U now in oMratlon 11111If pro = Mi parch to ninko n ciincrior otiality of innil nt winui loll IA nlsrver t cud will QHIXI BVKIIY DAY IN TIIK VKKIC S ruby ex p I cojitid hfoliciliiig the public pntroniifc wo riiiniln i THE CREIA- TNATIONALS ff- FAMcLv t NEWSPAPER Foi FAttMKKS r ana VILIKJEKSA- Nk VOUIl PAVOIIITi HOME IAJin IIE llZ1 T Ulll gt Il n4lJfn t JJOt ltDSoniTHE NIY TRIBUNE ALMANAC nJO PAGES A NnUoimi Bocakof zef t dace for hiventinetilill HIM Iolllioal Inritfi flllon- rontaliiH thu Coiuiltutlon or the Inltcil Sndrs lIU ointltiitloii if the Hulr+ ni New oQ York the Dlnglcy Tariff tall with n eompHrUon of old und new mtei 1rsIdeil 1111Klnleyn Cuhlllet tumid ppolnteen Aiilinni dor COII UK etc j tilt pr rhonnci of CIIIrU1t 1irNavyI and Comnilttced comnlwto articles 0 the Currency Mold and Hllvi r uuilH r t ft BOHBt 1JIof other valliubie information The IIlnnltarllrnerftlm Ilmllnnc a JllvrUtlYI an J eetr nlete correitiondlnK III rank with Whlttakeri Almanac In Europe ifWf I PRIOE 25 CENTS POSTAGE PAID i if J 1 end All orders to THE HERALD 1 lain Uri ity J1 f I i I i I EvI + lIN iaUll ISOUIrLyEXICVTEDATTI11eorrlvEAXfIIT W1 PM + 1 c v trf S i f J wroi tt rr l JI ot 0- jl T1 At- H t 1 T phtl JikB E liner By authority we nnnunco In this Untie the camlhlncy of lion John E Garner Winchester for tho Democratic Co t- t greMiotial nomination in this district Mr Garner needs no introduction to the Democracy of the Tenth district He bu been a wheel horso in the ranks r of the patty battling for Democratic principles and Democratic candidates for no long that he In known of all me 1Itof the Jefiersonlan faith nut only in thi dbtrict but in every eectiou of Kena tucky IIIj an Mayor of Winchester and the Hplcndid financial condition of thnt city la proofp poeitive of his biuincM anti executive or ability Ho was a delegate from this dillg trlct to the National Democratic Con vcutlon at Chicago in 189G and otedeI1 for Hon J C S lilackhurn for the Presidency as long na ho wnn a candidate and then helped to nominate that clhm pion of the peoples rights William Jen nings IIryancr Air Garner was honored by beingWIt lectcd as a member of tho Committee to officially inform Mr Hryan of bin noini nation and was chosen by this commit tee as one of UK three members to go tot Now York to inako arrangement for the great event nt Madison Square Garden After this Mr Garner took mi active part in the canvass speaking in nearly every county in the district and ablyIL and convincingly upheld tho two IrintIrjplM of Democracy us enunciated by tho Chicago platform III Thoroughly posted on the questions of the day lord a captivating speaker should ho bo so fortunate ait to receive the note ination there is not a Republican in tho ott district who could hold his own with him klOI j rNeiloull IcutoerntNelaona Hawaiian Hair mixer I Ihi I months nnd can truthfully say that tin sale of it is phrnominal Vc have sold jII to ten tiimH as much of it as of all other to hair preparations combined our 811 1 llIlitI reauunnlthlgi i other drug stores in tho city handling it Ii byfarI gimarketI i I WllJJON Dllfl CO I Lexington Ky I I I j I 1 JjJLvxingtonI I II tfullusing Nolhona Hair Kcstnrnliye it hMIIi produced n new suit of hair anti Ihas mutth0twolhottft1 I I Oct 5 18UA L It Cioiuuix IlreathittAingollio L counties 1 per bottle I A A littlo stranger took up permanent B lodging nt the homo of Queen Chapman U on Friday the I11Itl1 hint and Inn bees U christened Wise logins In honor of I 1 our popular County Judge who iis child R les If any of tho Judges friends should I rb bo so ungenerous an to insinuate that his little namesake is a living suggestion of f the aching void in tho Hngins domicil I they should whisper it gently for ho isIliving in I Jackson HustlerLI i p u i THK Hruviti will bo clubbed with I namedllnlttrt I 00ItUhllIll1 leiIlIrk Tribune 00III lhulullutl1IuIUlrtr weekly 101 Courier Jonrnalttrlee 00nI Post dullI 2 OII If the young mail who sent in the article onII Eastern Kentucky j Its In kindlyturnlshwhich ho wrote it wo could handle i better In tho manuscript sentences are not clearly tfcflned mul tho story is not properly punctuated Jf YOU happen to bo one of those who owe this office PLEASE exam in I and pay us To you it may seem but al mall amount but if all will pay us what they owe we can make tho paper a great deal better and not bo worried to death over the debts wo owe Come InII today and pay up dont delay it tf Hentan Iaiu mm of Stevenson I Breathitt county nod Mitts Mary Cole lj I of MajpAn county were married nt the residence of the brides brotherinlaw It L lllack Iin Wolfo county on Wed M UJustU JUMI Throughfriend a MtarMd where I can get them that onrihttV DA J A TAULBEE L tc Coffee Will Of Coarse Mizu KY 311 1891 Spencer Cooper Dear Sir You will TituHERALD nail Enquirer combination to Martha Ayers Mize Ky and Ill send you 10 pounds Arbuckle coffee for same would today by mail boy but it is 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