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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Js r I 1fI htott h1iolt 1 un HAZEL GRflENllERALIXr J t i iJtablishod March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell I pease nnd COOlKK KIH r The oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains 0CKNTH IN ADVANCE A VKAB I FOURTEENTH YEAR h HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 21 1808NUMBER8 l t wARcJ JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN I fie Army Ordorod to Mobilize a CWcamauga New Orleans F Tampa and Mobile fHIRTYTIIRKB RKLJIMICNTSi- jcladlng I Cnvnlry Light Artillery and Infantry in tho Movo PREPARING TO MEET SPANISH jjteiI Nelson 4c Miles First In Com r mand With Headquarters nt Atlanta an- t Troops Being Mobilized MSHIXOTON April lr Decidedly j lmost warlike step taken by the de firtment in preparing fur tide possibilityi in encounter with Spain was inaugu dtW late today when orders were iissued for the concentration at four points iin Ifce south of six regiments of cavalry i regiments of infantry and the ligh- IIUtttries of five regiments of artillery itKbw Orleans eight regiments oHnfan ty it Tampa seven regiments of infantry aced at Mobile seven regiments o kftntry Sinco the civil war no such proportion 1thearmyf has been mobilized and the movement itself is the best evidence f tie gravity of the situation Orders as finally given contemplate JJK movement of troops to places hail died ns follows To Chickamauga battlefield lh First Second Third Sixth Ninth andI Ttnth regiments of cavalry and tho light Queries of five regiments of artillery To New OrlewsTho First Seventh Eighth Twelfth Sixteenth Eighteenth Twentythird mill Twentyfourth regi entaof infantry To Mobile The Second Third Tenth Eleventh Nineteenth Twentieth and1 Tientycccond regimenta of infantry To Tampa Tho Fourth Fifth Sixth Njflth Thirteenth Seventeenth andi Tirentyfonrth regiments of infantry iThe heavy batteries of artillery in each I the five regiments mentioned willI rnain at their present posts The command of the army will devout yon Major General Nelson A Miles bis now at the head of tho military h probnhfen will depend entirely upon exigencies 01 tho situation mill developments of th- aLpaigu e lie will Icayo this city sootI dr bis now duties n iift Government Buys Five Cruisers rNayleptrtmentI iJ JerseyXassaehiuselts fc the five auxiliary cruisers recently rfwchased jr hytarchaso StLouiscruiser4Bigginst mosfetmdablelpondLwthlidlevernl torpedo boats may be bought tr Argentinn 0 lik OffcEwThe April 16Aspecial to World today from Washington says ihebisactofI prescnt illtontioll ill to sioStn iproha a humanitarian aspect if l louletlt food and clothing rthe tutacanzaad in W nccombYIli y tfeo P8 ports carrying regular United States and1el 1 i JJon of the fortified towns i Spain fires on thcmIf Spain battlepalndianaPIrlta nn s Terror and Antprsto will begin 1id bolnbardment of Hilvana with their r 13 inch guns How long tho two ty old Havanatheiry lttbcentury muzzlolon iug 44ti d s n cannon will stand against tho OS tonI guns of Capt Sampsons fleet is an inter eating question The bombardment iis OIII1hmlmcllt11 shutI hourst remain will be for time United States lorped boats to clear Havana Harbor of ti submarine mines and the United Stal will bo iu possession of tho capitol of Havana o FT SHKUMAN IDAHO April 17 Two infantryFtenemy ales from Ft Sherman at tIll city of Spokane not later than Tuesday and it is tho opinion of Colonel Theaker the his command will leave hero Tuesday morning 0 ST PHil MUVN April liAt the headquarters of tho Department of Dakota it was stated today that the light companies of the Third regiment of in hum lry at Ft Fuelling would leave fwr the south on Tuesday next There are fUO men and ollicers in the regiment u I l yt0I Fifth infantry aptain 1artello Ft McPhcron today for Ft Unrraneiw General Graham and stall and aIl000 drpnrUmrfc Four companies leave tomorro v for Tampa d ro1CMhOILifUIL C WOLFE COUNTY M SaylnpstSnyiiiKH fnun the SVUIIK Springx hike sparklingi fountains llnw While liiiiiitHiil iniislo round it clings Jroin its bright flHII1I1w Hush Swango made n business trip to Campton last week Porter Clark of Toliver spent Sattir day night in this neighborhood 1rank Samples of Stillwntcr visitedi his sister Miss Uobeeea Saturday Rev 1 J K Word send familyof lHazel1 Green visitedi time Springs Monday William Cruey of Lacy creek stoppedl with us for a pleasant chat Monday W C Perkins of Lacy creek was talking war with some of our good neighI bors last week Miss Ionic 15 Combs of Campton spent last week in lisping and vision relatives in this community Misses Lula Taulbee of Dayiboro Gallic Taulbee fuel Ethel Word of HazelI Green were pleasant visitorsi of Misse- Callao trod Molly Oney last week Misses Virgin James and Lula Ivash visited tho Springs Saturday and 1passedI away tho afternoon in fishing wit Misses Carrie Swango and Annie CombsI On Monday morning while ye scrib- was occupied with tho busy cares of the week wo were suddenly surprised to hen as sweet music as ever charmed the human car cold upon looking to see what it was and from whence it came jvo were sadly disappointed to see notli ing except two men going silently dew tho road April 19th Um Tolivor Topics Hi there Toliver step right flown To the topics of the tiny Per what you send to Tin IlKiiAin she Will all he rend toll way Alex Toliver sold a cow to Mr for b 10 0John Brewer was up on time Chapel1 branch on business recently C M Flkins of Salyersvillc is spend with relative and friends ing n few days here Several of tho young men of Toliver 1are preparing to go to tho circus at Mt Sterling next week Bernie Finch was at church at Cox chapel accompanied by Misses Itcbccca Wtod and Hello Snlyer Miss Birdie Nelson left Friday morning for her homo in West Virginia Sb of tho many who knew left to tho regret her t J Messrs Nunnelly and Penny were in terviewing Mr Clark last week andi playing checkers as WIll ns selling goods Last SundayI quite a jovialI crew met Howard Maiiiiins among those prey cut were Misses Frances Sweeney Klsie IlrrucetoI lcribeIedidntI I know it cxApril 19th SIll lm Lacy Crook Links Wlmt blacksmith down your lor Hits gat yon out of tlu kluksT ItJIIII fcluee thut day youvo lind your ray In Lucy Creeks bright llulix 111 Proiitt says he is going to fight tho Spanish ttUnuiol Wilson was syfaxing on Still water last Saturday C S Samples was rotting up sweet potato seed ono day last week Miss Im A Johnson visited Miss Herthn Samples our day last week IIIr Jurcmiali ProfittI wits visiting friends1 on Lacy creek the psit weolc W H mill N W Tibia wont to Okla homa on a business trip one day last1 week ftlobo Wilson and wire visited hisi fatherinlaw George llyrd ono day last weekI I think cattle are coming down W C Perkins bought a cow told two calves fordH 5 Charley Kose of Hazel Green passed up lames creek last Saturday en route to Stillwator Billy luit h IIIIIIm going to light the Spanish if corns a bushel sad wheat as high as tho fence April 18Cttr JINKSI yStillwator Sparkles Horn to tho wife of Nathan Combs of this creek a fine girl baby D 14Tlltt sold to one Mr Little a WllrMrs Martha Wells iis this week con fined to her bed with rheumatism Kelley Mediae and James1 Motley of Grassy were on this creek Saturday 1Z T Hurst attorney at law at Camp ton passed through hero last Thursday H DI Hose and W M Stamper started to Mt Sterling Friday with a few cattlo for market Dr Harvey Stamper of Campton was on thus creek last Wednesday laying him ill a supply of grub gDr James F loft last week sold to John Brown two yearling heifers and a pair of steer calves for nr norosI I I three fino heifers tumid tine from JoelI Gevcdon i priers unknown- H ID Rose lots a fine field of clover ldand grass upon which lie turned about 10 head of cattle this week throci hero on hisI way Ihomo in company withI lIlIIptOIllIH L Carroll traded a very lino mule to Dr Harvc Stamper the other day fur a horse From what I catch onto Car roll got about 15 to boot IIfhero is considerable talk concerning our candidates for congress in this dis trict trod wo have heard of several can didates limit if it were left to Stillwater there is no doubt but Thomas Y Fitz- Patrick would be all O 1C clJeff D Rose of this creek who bad n lot of bacon stolen sometime ago was crossing the reek below J F Tufts tho other day and saw a midling of meat floating down the stream and stopping it and examining it ho found it to ho- a part of hU stolen meat Ho searchedI tho creek further upend found two more sides iu time creek which ho recognized Joseph CundifT of War reek Breath itt county and Miss Calllo Chambers were married at tho residence of the brides father last Wednesday evening at I oclock Time bride is ono among the finest ladies on Stillwater creek and from what wo know about the groom ho is not excelled In Brcathitt HO wo wish theme much good luck nnd hope thoy willI prosperApril 18 OMEOA f r Campton Currency Mrs Lcla Little has gono to Jackson has to reside will Misr Florence Lcmastcr heal gono to Louisville lop Hieronymus of St Helen was in town Saturday lion J 10 Lykins linN just returned but from Icxin tollh HUll A III Stumper returned Friday from Heattyville Airs Rosn Collins inndo a flying trip to Torrent Friday 0 W Lovclnco says lie huts worked his corn over the first time Everett Collins who has been very low for Homo weeks past is getting well 1 T Iflanks deputy shcriu went to Maystown Saturday to see his intended bowiCSay Charlie wo have added Swango Spring to our list as being noted for pret ty women Mrs Nancy Drake of Clay City vis ited time funnily of C C Wiromau tho past wcrkIGeo W Huulscy John Napier and other have gone to MlI Sterling with n drove of cattle is Deputy sherillJ P1 Hanks took Sarah MeClain of Hazel Ireen to time AsylumI at Lexington lust week Miss Itettio Cope has just returned from lireathitt where she has peen visiting relatives and friends C C Wiroman and family visited J and L Wiremaii amid fatally of t uui hi hums chapel Saturday and Sunday Misses Nannio and Calla Tutt of Rocky branch wero guests of W II Dull mud family one duttho past week the1 Ion T Y Fitzpatrick 5s still on gain lug grounds over here The boys in time trencheH realize that ho in their friend and they will rally around his standard tho willi The Leo City correspondent Hald that his town was in time lead for lay men Campton huts a man who is too lazy to hilt his oyes tumid his wifo has to chew in his victuals for him pro Supple lack hits accepted a chalIt lenge to light 1 L Wiremuns wildcat Saturday time Ulrd Just at 1 oclock 1lIilH in The light will take plan in tho court as house yard at this place Everybody is invitedbinrriedThursday trod tho Mill inst nt the residence of Dr W H IIIUwi Marion Hobincon to Miss Arpio Keith Rev Jonas Campbell officiating tiny and their pathway through lIfo bo strewn the with IlowcrHticS IK Vaughn so wo understand is a candidate for matrimonial honors Sub ject to whatever action the ladies may take in passing upon his claim Wo heard an old grass widoty say that 11felection was assured Wo had another shooting match hero last Wednesday night A C Cockerham with shot at Samuel Faulkner Tho dilllculty 4 J arose over a joke of some kind Cockera 1hiliJ 1 illWeindeathJ We formed on acquaintance with himt during the last Hazel Green fair nntjlfoj must say that he was as bright n boy nil wo over met To his relatives and friends we extend our deepest sympathy rover more on earth will you hear his sweott yoico and look into ids sparkling eyes limit you can meet him on tho goMct on strand of immortality whero the drHt winged angel of death is unknown He is now basking in tho radiant sunboamrfon of heaven where tho tree of life bloomHiig forever and time crystal fountain forever flows from beneath time great white thronq of God Let us nil prepare to meet littl Warren up yonder on high where we whlil lance n gay cotillion to the rythrnio tbrol of happy heartsii Time war talk has developed more foolin over hero than anything that has struck this country for ft century Every mar wo meet with tear dimmed eyes says f Are you going to tho wart Men women and children are today in teary Ilcrjorthat1r organized soldiers will drive the Spade OB lards from the Western Hcralspbcrjng without our assistance No man will b i ii i j Z I f iIf 1j t jf f S1 I forced to engage In this war for tbereoJalready been innro volunteers than r bo needed Tho store and stripes will float iu triumph aboyo tho smoke of the cannon lot still reigns and tho government at Washington still liven SYer+ would bo glad to fight for our country wo will not bo needed Wo will stay l and fight for the deer old HFRALD April 18th Sutiir JACK MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat + Several of our farmers are planting corn Sam Goodwin was sjfaxing in tho Jambs Sunday 1 S H Willsou called on some of the y 5 Saturday for some cash x Dock Wells can eat more sour kraut thou any men in tho county Berry Brewer of Ilethel was in this vicinity on business recently George Byrd hums hired to work forlWells three mouths for 3i limo nicnncst perron we over heard of tho one that picked Mrs Gillasplou ducks Miss Sahndlo ells of Winchester isI- visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity James Motley and wife of Grassy Lick are visiting his parents Saturday Sunday 1C H Gillaspio and M H Nlckcll rondo a flying trip to Torrent offer somo shooting arms Ell Cecil hind a hoe swarm to leave old hive lord como to W H Blank enships to stay Miss Nannie Fluids of Ezolwill teach Caskey school and Logan Johnson teach lit Consolation HO wo lira Iin formed Miss Hester lllsliop of the JambsJ was this vicinity duclc huntingI told wo not sumo that she found but one And was nut a duck Sam Wilson the poet on lust Tuesday was talking to our horse Jt watt dark as pitch and wo overheard him saying 1I0h how pretty how beautiful he is the ugliest horse in tho county The sick of our neighborhood are tho Coldiron Aunt Sullyl Gillasple 1- birslV N Nickel W II HlankouHhip W S NickelI None serious except widow Coldiron who huts consump April 20tli DitAKli Jambs Jannlofl Ahtslls true that wo must part Said Mary to her blurbs I fed a Jnniflu round tny hear Hut 1 think its called jlmjiim F Dim Long lost n fine mule last week colic Mrs Joshua DeUusk Is vlsitlnlv ron ro MIHH Koloy Long took inthu sights in tho Jambs Sunday Mrs Jlirnm lanes of Grassy Lick is very low with consiimption oilifiAS Lntira Patrick of MuKoflln is ciHiting lior siHtor Afrn Jninon Shockoy laughternASarah Jane pro visiting on Still ttater this wook tA C Long It F Cloflo and OT Byrd pnHHod through tho Jamljfl Sunday on routo to Daysboro vKOHCO son of MilosSBishop inul tho minfortilno to havo thIAhis arm throkon ono day last week Henry South and family loft ont r Thursday last for Montgomery IIwhoro thoy will make their future 1110111u ahend 2 rggn connected liy 1 Y tnara oggs was a largo aizod one end ths other of niodidm nzaApril 25 SoiiiiiJtiUi a r Pt i fttIIKSIAIIJdp J n IfllCil soars s c lltie I HAZEL GREEN KYtTHURSDAY April 28 1898 Announeemencs We are authorized to announce JOHN E GARNER of Winchester Clark county as- a candidate tor Congress in this the Tenth district subject to the action of the Demo Aratlo party We are Authorized to announcn Hon TIIOS Y FITZPATRICK of Prestonsburg Floyd county an n candidate for reelection to congress from the Tenth district subject to the action of the Dcmocrutlo party NOTWITHSTANDING heavy showers just before tho time of sponking n largo and intelligent audience as sembled at tho ncadomy to hearl Hon John E Garner of Clark county givo proof of JMB claims to tho nomination for congresHbythop Domocrats of tho bional district Judging from tho rapt attention frequently pun turgid with hearty applause wo must conclude that ho established his claims as just and worthy Echoes of his speochnro vory fa vorable to him and wo ronlizo that it will bo no easy job for any of his opponents to slip up on his blind side His speech was as have boon and will bo nil of his speeches perfectly froo of abuse When referring to any of his com petitors ho ltd so in polite lan gunge Ho says that ho will not placo himself in n false position by abusing anyone whom ho may afterward bo called upon to defend and this wo think is creditable to his head and heart Mr Garners heartily in favor of the war bo cauHO it illn Democratic war in the causo of humanity but ho says that after Free Cuba must come Free Silver and that it will como BO sure ns night succeeds the day We regret that Mr Garner will not ho able to visit UH again before the electionlshould ho d0iso wo will promise him an acad emy full of people three times in ono day Mr Garner is a thorough gentleman and will conduct such a canvass as to commend himself to all docent people And whether nominated or not ho will be found squarely in lino whoa wo meet tho common onomy JIM WILLIAMS new paper Tho Pendletonian published at Fal mouth this week visited our sanc tum for tho first time Though only oight weeks old sho has shotI her swaddling clothes and is oven now dressed as becomes a maiden of sweet sixteen Her manners too are perfect and her language elegant polished polite Her pap is doubtless quito proud of her o s ho should be and under his pro copts sho will continue to grow in graco anti beauty Accept our congratulations Jim and may your own shadow never grow loss Otm young friend Will Schools- of tho Morohood Advance has just added a power press to his outfit and last week celebrated tho event by issuing a 10 pngo 0colmnn edi tool Billy has had his ups and downs in tho City of tho lImB- os ho calls tho homouf lrii ml op Hon and wo are glad to note that ho seems now to bo on top TUB exigencies of tho case may require an extra session of tho Kentucky legislature to provido for tho equipment of state troops and the bare announcement is enough to drive a man to enlist that ho play escape its deliberations I d I itF Jiii ALLEN of tho Cynthiana Democrat In announcing that ho wijl raise a regiment of delinquent subscribers for tho Cuban war got ahead of tho editor of Tin lIEU AID who had already listed in a quiet way 400 invulncrablos of which ho hoped to form a battal lion and with vanquish the Spanish at one fell swoop Say Jim cant reduce your regiment to a bat and lot in our 400 Thoy aro all one two and throo year mon and no onslaught Spain could mnko would ruffle thorn tho least bit Tho Powers oven do not pos sass a gun so powerful or a projec tile so pointed that tho person of ono of thorn could bo penetrated Weve tried em under all sorts of- firoovon tried to soft sonpem and they wont move Now we have picked this tOO because they aro veterans nod shall claim for them the name Invulnerable Vet erans You have doubtless got some three six and nine months fellers in your regiment anti n llittlo palaver properly applied might cause raw recruits 1 like thorn to break ranks at a critical time ay up as it wore and then whore are you Having served through ono war wo know the veteran eau bo relied upon and wo advise you take only that kind in your regi mont Tim let us in your com mand with our SOOY Why man Spanish bombs and solid shot will bo as harmless against our forces as soap bubbles against n brick wall r Cuba librn find without tho loss of n delinquent A LETTER from Alton R Carter chairman of tho executive commit tee of tho State Commercial Con voutiou to bo hold at Louisville on May llth and 12th informs the editor of TUB HKKALD that ho has boon selected as a delegate and we regret very much that wo cannot attend The object of the conven tion is to promote and develop tho commercialIagricultural and man ufacturing interests of the state ululn goueral representation of all these interests is desired THK proposed issue of bonds for war purposes 500000000 is to be- ni tho extreme sense a popular loan as tho bonds are to bo in sums of 850 and multiples of x150 and all subscriptions of UOOOor less bo honored in full any neces easy reduction by scaling down being applied in cases only of largo subscriptions Thus nearly every citizen may become a bondholder if ho wants to IN NEED Russia is n friend Of all the countries on tho continent she alone gives Uncle Sam n friend ly word Franco is bitter threat ening many dire things and active interference in Spains behalf is openly advocated in Paris loftsany ship to her defense That would indicate that Cuba is al ready abandoned and that Spain hopes for prizes and conquests in other quarters therSpanish flotilla will not enter Cu hun waters at all but will confine her movements to preying upon American ships of commerce and unprotccod cities along tho Atlan tic sea coast THE Mt Sterling Gazette baring politics has always been a good paper and since it changed to n semiweekly it is even bettor than before John foodUa pintedly knows how WAR is on in earnest nod oven we of remote districts may know moro about it than w6 desire before it is over I u f w Tim Cuban patriots 39 not want to join tho United States forces and fight under our flag and command but want to continue in their own way However little difficulty is anticipated in getting them to submit THE action of Spain is very peculiar and our military people are at sea as to what will bo her tactics She talks fight red hot but tins made no effort to got to the fighting grounds I ACCORDING to tho latest dispatches tho Spanish flotilla was still at tho CaO Verde Islands I1000 miles away Just what move they wore going to mako was not made public HAVANA is probably in tho possession of our troops by this time Upon Every- Bottleand wrapper of the genuine Dr hells IlneTarHoney li printed the above design It Is both trademark and guarantee warrant that the medi cine contained In the bottle will cur coughs cold and all lung throat and chest troubles more quickly and effectually than any other remedy DR BELLS Pine Tar- Honey IIn sold by all drugfIU or sent upon ttctlpt of priceSift roc and II per bottle bjr Th K F1 NIbrlu B4 lM b ftteMk ir Winonestel Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITIIBRSPOON President IL D IIUNTEU Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chnntH runner traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky andoilers its customcro every facility and the nlostlibcral tame within the Jlmlt 01 llegitimate banking oct181T un FOR WATCHES GOOD ONES at 350Iat 600ANU UVWtRDS El And Watch Repairing aOTO FRED HEINTZ IMainIKY I I I I I oj J j II TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 Ii SURPLUS 30000 0J M UIGRTAFF President G L J Pruldentw 0Werespecttbllysolicitthebusiness ofmer chants farmers traders and business men generallr throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send youchecksneed1y I IFLEXINGTOthisor any other week ASK FOR 400TJIM 5001SO 1000 auITS They are GreatValues and Beauties AT Louis Gus Strous LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON K- YROSEckDAVISOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY WE pricesandWAGONSuseme your order PatronizeHome People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE 1 employ skilled labor ndvourt Q aananaaaaannaaaa vYVf TBmES FL4NTSaVWESe NURSERIESI1Strawberry and General Nursery Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky IiiLhlimited VhInand t arlNx Lt low prllnIIn Ihle Ispree but Wt ask you to writ ua andell lalollll WI rocllvlCl till olll send 0r In stem i for our ImmtoM 111adnb OJDinuuext sisxaugtxa RESTORED MANHOOD PILLStheaeneru MOm IJJI I L1 orrnrtManhoodlmpatencr all Fmllplon Iofrr o oorOplumwhkhlegasumptlonamwo 01IiIi orLOe31stitiorseutMileicoccteaae1M A BUSINESSEDUCATIONI who wound win TTT young 011111 or Town 1f St- f sueceps in life Thx iebeing IOllrellf Ittrainlncr ut the school 1M of t1c first ImportaDce r rnnktheBRYANT Louisville V i i grndutk1StIORTHAND I J positions nil over the United s TELEGRAPHY he mulled FKKK College building and office Third and Jefferi = e ThtheIJiiTE TInpublicationMEGItIMINE 1 r y 4- i r Liver Illstlio biliousness dyspepsia headache ftntU JlAtlon lOur stomach Indigestion are prompt cured by Hoods rills They do thalr v- workHoods IIBestSPrepared by C I Hood 6 Co Lowell Mass The only 1111 to take with Hoods Sarsaparlllo THE HERALD jcooocoeoocoooeoocoec I +LO rLItlnGe+ jgQOgQQQ Our Tolivor loiter was crowded out of this issu6 Curtis Quicksiill ot this place attended court nt Cnnipton Mon day In our next issue we hopo to givo much moro about Cuba and tlio war than wo hnvo yot published Eddio Dayof this place left Tuesday for Mt Sterling to attest Kingling Bros circus yesterday Mrs Roo Day has tho thanks of tho editor aid his butter for a very liberal bunch of pio plant Taylor Iuytvhu has boon con fined to his bed for several days is said to bo threatened with fever tA GREAT record of cures unc quelled in medical history proves Hoods Sursii wrillft JIOKPCHKVH merit un kuowuto any other MEDICINE Rev James II Word will preachr at Consolation Sunday afternoon at the usual hour All invited to attend Tho Racket store has boon moved from tho John Rose corner to tho main store of J T Day and eon solidated with it W P Lykins will preach at the Stillwator bridge tho second Sat urday in May and StiNdny follow ing at 11 oclock each day Regular services at tho Beth dist church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock also church confer once Xo preaching at night On account of tho protracts meeting at tho Christian church meetingthel at A little child of Turn Clear and1 wife near town is quite ill with scrofula and said to bo tho thinnest mite of humanity ever slut Great Cures proved by thousands of testimonials Flinty that Hoods Snr MI puElivitalize tobeStirsnpurilla If the tunhrcllnnstorHundner refit nthisuppotIIItr Sanford Manniu hnlf contracted with districtagainlieguvosuchthat wo it awi80 step in getting him again Whoa sbnngoon on Mons Noah Cisco tonsorinlrarlors 1 uintrnvlhngsolicitsandnchon guaranteed yobs Piernttisstr upr1 l he saddles aro said Ito kinelld state nrtd lie is supplyirthem1 to adjoiningrCounties fy l r J h mtrtcfat CYtuo1ElderOwinpvllloafternOOI1 meetinpnowfirst service a large audience greeted him thus showing both ofthespiritual tiletopicson lastl week on Sunday afternoon he will VarEverybodyto attend thoymay serviceisp night ser vice at 8 p m Tho Racket Store hue boon re moved from tho John Roso corner and consolidated with my main store Mr McLin will visit tho markets of Cincinnati next week uptodntorun on tho racket system henceforth that is when you tako the goods you pay the cash That is tho way I buy and to enable mo to save you money on your ovary purchase that is tho way you must pay I havo retained Willie Picratt as a salesman and ho will bo glad to see nil his old friends at his now stand I have tho stock and prices will ho as low as tho lowest In fact down down Thanking you for post patronage and soliciting your future towers I remain Respectfully J T DAY Incidentally we hear that Bob McLin contemplates moving his family to Jakson to reside That ho has hues nursing a notion of that sort for some time wo knew but when ho planted n truck patch n tow says since wo hoped ho had abandoned tho lion With tho Ipoo plo generally wo should very much disliko to sue him and his estimable l wife and interesting children g o from among us but if they do Jackson will have gained largely at tho expense of Hazel Green Potit Jury John S Cable 7 M Haulsoy A11 Swango C II Gar rison Douglas Evans John T Coons Mike Dolphin GW Haul soy J L Honakor A H Lacy R J Alexander Jell Wells T P Patton Link Tomlinson Isaac Hollon A J Stork Robt Mur phy Wyloy Steele D B Stamper Barney Blankcnship Jerry Prof fitt J H Chapel Tom Tolson and James M Roberts Three empty store rooms do not impress occasional visitors nor the public generally with tho import sore of Hazel Green as an ehol ao of enterprise Business non who may wish to locate might rent one of those buildings at a nominall figure and build up a good trade A live man with lit o methods could work wonders Elder Henry Adams will preach at Daysboro Saturday at B oclock and at 11 Sunday Ho has just returned fromWellington Men ifoe county and reports n successful meeting with seven additions to tho church Bro Samuel Whit a preacher of tho Church of God being one of tho number- Correspondence arriving Tues day night had to be curtailed and under existing circumstances wo hopo our correspondents will got in their favors Monday It would save us much unnecessarywork and insure tho appearance of their ontiro letters in most all cases The following gentlemen com pose tho grand jury Jeff M Rose Kelley Fulks Milburn Linkous Joe Haulsoy S P Howe Lewis Brewer R M Huddix Joe Catron J W Taulbee Joe Leo Wilson B N Spradling and T B Hanks i When you go to Lexington do not fail to see Louis Gus Straus about those 1400 500 750 and 1000 suits advertised today in our paper Suffered 20 Years MARY LEWIS wife of a promt Mold tanner and well known by all residents near Delmont N Y writes For twentyseven year I bad bean constant sufferer from uorvoui prostra tion and paid largo turns of money for doctors and advertised remedies without bone flu Thrco yonra ago my condition was alarming tho least nolso would startle and unnervo mo I was unable to sleep bad Q number of sinking spells and slowly grew worse I began using Dr Mlle Kcstoratlve Ncrvlno and Nerve and Liver 1llls At first tho medicine seemtU to havo no effect but after taking a few bottles I began to notice a change I rested better at night my appe Ute began to Improve and I rapidly grew better until now I am as nearly restored to health as ono of my Iemay expect tied bleu DrMllesNerTlne Dr Miles Itemcdles ate told by all drug glsts under a positive guarantee first bottle benefits or money re funded Book oa dis eases of tho heart and nerves free Address IIcoIVnNervln lu J DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind arcs Ttra II Itul Grt Ashy HAZEL GRKKN Ky March 1 1898 Let me call your attention to our Spring work for teachers Oil Monday March 28th we begin a term of eleven weeks in which we will give to those preparing to teach a thorough review of the Pub He School Course with Lectures on Psychology and uuII Theory nnd Practice Wo will make a specialty of pre paring persons for the Kxaminu lion of Applicant for Certificates to Touch If you want a hotter grade certificate conic here if you wont to he better prepared to teach come here You may join our regular claRdco in addition to the It vicw Work The cost is for hoard 200 per week tuition 500 for the term matriculation 100 Payment in full in advance will be discounted 5 per cent- Remember this is n part of the work we do every year It is not to catch you but to help ynt 600 Six dollars pays for tuition in Typewriting lull Shorthand for this term of eleven weeks During this time tho elementary principle of Shorthand may be mastered earl Iy and then the student can pursue the study without further Instriu tion Respectfully WAI H CORD Principal Hazel iwn Academy THE GREATEST BOOK OP THE AGE I Should bi la Efery ionic and Library Tde Peoples file History written bf Bl ht Hon Wlllltm Frt flltditon YniiiB AH Hitse IIr QaMa u aneS Onll 1IndOaf odits sae I eurtla upcblcg o fw1sIcsl Hma1tra 111IR Frrr I- YUIt 1 Eng Itsr Ir loelo ltutrturyIr HomIIIoI InIIIIVbleqCltans I rb rise Church Ulndol Ens d Ilex It- MacArthur H DD0sIran JlaUe JbarchJ 4w Yerit CM N Yl Re Msrtrn IU Maln fit rKrMI BDtlit Church ItonI1 lle Frank Knl eoiiil Church IIIr1tolDDItlmtetboueI itUfTI K Ctrl5 KnU led I1South llonl Churrh loton Mar4 lUr OM AgarPiet lit WulJlln Itlchmoed EnsI lUr rrMuni OncntrLIprSi Ilnlf r tl7 I He wni fInlrralt7 1 clrWIIIIIa Di SlffillHrtl rd JMoqroOttsonndrlttJobn wooIYr byrlaalburchLondontotIfecOeorts- CLorlmr LIII Tbe Tmpl IIoel0l U rtirtuN soirios ta pnJlIIaelr- lIon lilt s elotb ftJS kalf IMSBI SiU full MOO qlatb tIflnt Jjm r4 w Vt fallpste Illtulra 4looa fuf lnot on olnma I6untAt T1Rtretelrs101 lacsnrtrftl DOD1- L AM7qusrto1rclwautloatoe h1I1I1 pjlllr no rt id1Ibl11IJESe part t r I t 11 nr llllsolDYartblla METER WISE X IGfEJ IMPORTERS AND JOIII1KIW OF FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS ft FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St Munl R Miller r 1NC1NNAT1eR t u uIbForU Long mets I have been confined to my room ui u I tM still unable to look after mj bailien I HOPE that every ran without further appeal will call 01 H C QUICK SILL at mj itore AND PAY his account at once- I must have some money in or der to meet my obligations placIng an Attorney for collection You will not Ignoro this appeal if you have a lymaathizing loul Respectfully H Fe PIERATT a u ttttttttttttttt2oI RUSSELL BROTHERS i E3 I MILLERS AND SAWYERS =t TTAVING overhauled mill thoroughly repaired the machinery == XX of tho J T HAY MILL nt hazel Green we are now pro I =I MATTKIISTUESDAYS FUIDAYU and SATUUDAYS Toll One EighthI E Building Material of All Kinds 3We are also prepared to do custom sawing at til or 1000 FIObItr 15 = nil kinds of Building Material in wood at tho LOWEST 1IUOK Oalid =I IWhen you want to uavo money give lie a cull Our =I ROLLER MILL 3=I IIthe finest ever erected in this section and since wo Lave been 3I in Charlie of it we hnvp made AS GOOn FLOUJl AS CAN BE 3r IMtODUCEI IN ANY PART OF THE STATE from the same quality of wheat white and sweet Bring un good wheat and you will get good flour in return Try UK That tho way to find out = omt WATER HIX 3= At Spradling on Red River In now in operation and we sure pro fIi pnred to make n Huprrior quality of meal nt same toll an above rI 3ceptedI 3aIllllllllth lll llll llllllllllllll lll lfi THENEWYORKWEEKLYTRIBUNE1 THE NATIONALSFAMILY FAMILYNEWSPAPER IToi EABIlEBfi and VILLAliBAM YOUIl PAVOII1TB IIOJIB PAPER lIBK HAZEL GREEN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 100 tirsond all orders to THE HEUALnis THE N Yl TRIBUNE wo PAGES A National Book of refer InfonnMlenContains aa orNYorkJltKinleyrM1Nav1cvAtanoeel4of1 denpisteJ PRICE 8fi CENTS POSTAGE PAIDM7Send all orders to THE HERALD Haslr V fJ m Y DO and GREAT d HHRALTII ALMANAC j f f- ifii5 i Jx r s 5Q51A l 5 C f afIfATLY7DXY jAJt 1KOMITL VEXECUTKU AT TJJIN OVVWK AII AT LOWEST fHICP J I 11 Iq4rjse 1 1F Ik gts CewPeai fer Sleek1 iI ye rMppcd 10 bushels of cow pens etib whlppoorwill variety to Hazel been with the hopo that tho formers tittthat section will avail themselves of Ii opportunity to get n start of tho beat 111110 crop known to agriculture You cea get n limited supply of this seed from Morton Swaugo at cost Tho guy eminent Is sending out somo pnckngc of tVtoecdnnd In order thnt tilt progress i lve farmers may know more of this crop I shall give rHe HrnM readers benefit of my observations There thlII dozens of varieties of cow pens III liiivo selected the whlppoorwlll variety with tho belief thnt it iis the hut kind fpr the SOUR in tho mountain Then again this is tho best for hay It stands erect often yield 25 bushel of Hcd per ncre and has H good roth of vine Its chief use however is to restore worn out lands to their former fertility Ex jicrlmcnt stations in 20 or more states givo it out that peas as n forlllixor are tho best known with the potsibleexeep thin of soja henna Ono ptntion I- Utho cow pen tIs one of the now crops I that leaves llio soil In an improved e ar dltlon A bIt gntss former now living I in this state told mo that pen hay was the finest feed ho head ever known mid that Lila mules kept Gut un that mimic Ills method of cultivation iis about as follows Kiwi break tho land and harrow it well Then if seed is cheap null labor scarce sow broadcast one to two Imsbolx to the aero If the laud loi well prepared it will need no further cultivation I faced Iis high and labor cheap it will be better to plant in rows like corn and plow it shallow two or three tunes The yield will bo better nUll tine crop more valuable though it will bo more expen jtlre They should bo mown before they get ripe if desired for hay In that event a second crop will route front the fttubhlc nnd nflord good pasture They arc often sown between the rows of eprn when the latter In being laud by This Is n good method of sowing to save send They can bo put in the ground any tine from April to July with good results Tho Mis ussippi station says the hlH gait to cut pens for hay IIs when the first pods begin to ripen When cut at that stage ll cures ware easily and makes stronger feed The hay Iis harder to wire than clover fund should he placed in mi open shed or in a plans well ventilated An Illinois farmer now living in this county snSs ho novor saw a place too I oor nor too dry for peas Tlioy lava enormous rota which store up nitrogen in greater quantities than any other rltIJUIsanimal kingdom 111110 tae Gunners round about hazel bruit will expert meat with tho pen and IIlun aati fed that if they do they will pronounce it II great Buccess Ifon desire further information address the Hiironn of 1 I NJlnrlllrrgoodpaperyou can gut them at tumult price and farmers that want to keep up with time tints can not do without n front paper any more thou a doctor or lawyer can do without a libraryvTlu tHomoI and Farm 1 publiMicd nt limit villa isi n great paper fliul I eommend it to tho farmers of time mountains J II SWAMIO Memphis Tenu April lilt u Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Ellxor 4 I 1 hnndld1ol tenhaloof it is phenominnl We have sold ton times na much of itnsof nil other salesiBtbugthtgother drug stores In tho city handling It IIfnrmarket UoipcctfullyWiiJtox Co Lexington Ky w i i StreetLojciupton toInllusing JfolmnVlInir Kestoratlyo it lips produced n now suit of hair nail has twobottlesthntbeJ Oct 5 1S95 JIH GOUDON nrtnthhtMRgofUncounties 1 per bottlo Mrs Clevelands New Photographs Mrs Cleveland recently lead n new set of photographs taken tho tfirst time she hRS been photographed since leaving tho White House nUll has given them to Mr Hot with permission to publish them in The Ladled Homo Journal where they will bo publicly seen for thei Hrt time Tho set also includes time first authoritative photographs published ofI Cleeludad- jJ I d k feeerttey aM Its ruin I f Judging the future by the past I think 1 it safe to say generally that BO long as thei doctrine of centralization it opposed nnd tho doctrine of popular sovereignty iin tho nation and of state supremacy over local affairs Is maintained nod so 1 long as the people fight for liberty for selfgovernment aud for the control of jpublic affaire against sordid special Inter rats the Democratic party will remain coneennjthctyj I Thomas Jefferson are n vital influence in the Republic the Democratic party will J continue to be what it has ever been the exponent of those principles I The battles of tho future will 11lub jttnntlally along the same lines as those of tho past Against tho Democratic j will be i the powerful IwivtiujinfluencesI i r campaign i while its supporters will i count from the multitude whose loyal 1 hearts and busy hands make the nation I really opulent and great Time declara 1i tions of tho Chicago platform of 1SSG funclnmtlUlt1lucltIOIl1I a crmturyas permanent tthe party nod so far as they relate to ffinancial and purely economic question ithey will be repeated and insisted upon I I from one convention to another until crystalired into legislation or until elitnJ jtinted by reason of satisfactory changes j J iin the industrial and economic conditions ji of the country I I say this because that platform iis a clear conservative comprehensive state imen l of the Democratic position EveryIi declaration in is Democratic monde imbue i in tho interests of the common people i iand in strict accord with the ancient faith of time party Moreover the plalJi form has the approval of the people themselves it is indeed their handii workunmt1i the politicians would not changoi it if they couldEx Governor W J Stony of Missouri in Forum Hows This 7 I We ollor One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot litII cured by Malls Catarrh Cure 11J CHKXBYI i c IToledo Wty the iiiiilersixiuil ian e known F J i j Iluiuy fur tlitt lust Ifi years and believe j him perfectly hniiornlilo In nil hnsinetM tniiicaetlons andI tiniincmlly aide lo carryout oily obligation mode hy their Ii fillII WlWfTitfAv VlioIcMile nrllJI tsII Vvinin KtNXAxA MAIIVIN nrtlllciIi Tolulo 0 IHallV Catarrh Cure is taken internally actinii directly upon the blood and nut eons surfaces of the systiMii Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Tea timoniiils free a s t j halts Family Pills art the best Stock Sates Last Friday Tho Cincinnati Live Stock Uocord of Friday gives tho following as time best prices fur that day Top price of lungs 105 Host price for cattle fOO- t heat price for sheep 100 Rest lambs brought 700 A choice calf weighing 130 youhist brongti per 100 Tho above were actual smiles but it should bo borne in mind that they repre sent tho best of their class on tho market that day TUB Hnuvin will each give tho best sales of tho Friday WClkIII which iis alone worth tho price paper NOW iis time timo to subscribe Two years ago H 1 Warren n druggist at Pleasant Brook X V bought a small supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy He suns up tho result us I follows At that time tho goods were unknown in this section i today ChnmII bcrlains Cough Remedy is n household word It is the samo in hundreds ofII communities Wherever tho good ities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy i become known tho people will hnvo nothing else For sale by J T Day Vollo County Runs Ahead countyLinttofu Kansas was recently elected city iI clerk of that town by tho very handsome I majority of 2M votes He ran on the Citizens ticket in opposition to T F Hays Republican who polled n total of 2S5 votes only 2l votes more than pcn1 curs majority Spencer ran over ahead of his party which would ooII that hu has lost none of his old time popularity nnd his Wolfo county friends will rejoice to know that ho Is still true to his Democratic faith To Care I Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to pure 25c l r HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine nnd let it stand twentylour hours- a sediment or settling indicates a dis eased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it Iis positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in tho back is alto convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder uro out of order WHAT TO 1 O There is comfort in the knowledge so of ten expressed that Dr Kilmers tnvrtuip Hoot j limo great kidney remedy fulfills i J every wish in lulieving pain in the back ofgtho urinary pas ngiw Jt corrects i bility to hull urine and scalding pain in passing it or had effects following use of J liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up tunny times during the night to urinate The mild nnd the cxtraor I dinnry effect of Swamp Root is soon1I realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of tho most distressing youidrugmgistsi You mummy have a sample bottle and pant phlet both soul free by mail upon the receipt of three 2cent stump to cower 1I cost of postage on the holt I Mention TICK HAXKitGuKiN IlKKAiDand send your address to Dr Kilmer t Co fling hampton X Y The proprietor of this I jpaper gunrnntees the genuineness of this oiler I S u American Tools Are the Best Hermnnn 1 Olscti n distinguished manufacturer of Norway iis now in the rtilted States to purchase supplies forI his plant in his own country He says produceI or Eogland rand while he expects to lit to pay higher prices for them it ism the cheapest way in time end He proII t poses to purchase in this country n large quantity of supplies for his plant in1t Norway certainlyI I n high tribute to1I American genius aunt skill Americans are the mOlt inventive pen plu on earth To them have been issued nearly 00000 patents or more that one third of nil the patents issued in the world No discovery of modern years lugs been of greater tbenefit to mankind iI than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and i Dinrrluve Remedy or lass done more to i j relieve pain mind sutTering J W Vaughn of Onkton Ky says I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrr hun Remedy in my immunity for several Iyears mind find it to be the best medicinej I ewer used for cramps in the stomach IIIIlCI11GHaveI you a friendf lcsclisiII ill llIst lho or north anywhere in fact who for merly lived in this section If so please bring or send us time none and postollice address nnd we willsand thump A FREE SAMPLE COpyIf Tun Hiuii that will be to them like a letter from home I Sond us names of AII whose postollice address you know They will appreciate j iit and so will we Wo can send 100 or 1000 nye 10000 sad will be glad to do sos Send us some names this week A gratifying development in consider lug the probabilities as to n war loan is time discovery that tho United State+ has moro money in circulation today than atI any timo in its history the total money in circulation1 being I 1Or2115000000 more than on lily 1 15I A Invcen residing at 70 item II Alton IlL MI tiered with sciatic for over eight months She doctored for it nearly tho whole of this time using various remedies recommend ed by friends milt was treated by the physicians but received no relief She ofIntIto cured her The 25 and f0 cent sires for sale by J1 Day Hazel Green Up to Date Millinery Mrs S H lash will this spring bring a tine lino of millinery goods to Hazel Green Having spent the past winter InI Ijoniiville she iis well posted as to styles hericoming making their purchases Date of opening will be announced Inter Oscar Cecil of tho Consolation neigh borhood on Saturday bought of Jimmio jaunts of Lacy creek a calf about three mouths old for 15 bushels of corn That hacking cough is undermining strengthDr I This is one of time most valuable remedies of modern times for coughs colds and bronchial troubles Mils Loulie Catron of Chapel branch is selling lathes hints at Billy Catrons store at Fomcroytou t I jtw MONTHLYI SUFFERING Thousands of I areIpainff f brick brat t shoulderosides I hips and limbs But they need not suffer menstrual ofdangerous fII painlessly operateII WinM4oELREEsti makes menstruation painles1InUll regular It puts the deli cate menstrual organs in comB tion to do their work properly paillWhmonth nftcr month when Vinc of Cnrdui will relieve her It costs 100 at the drug store Why dout you get n bottle today For advice in cases requiring giving Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattnnooirn Tcun ee teeea Mn ROZEfiA LEWIS I saysIs IntorvllislIhbut have been entlrelj relieved br Wino ol Cardul I lli ViiiIaB 1111vaaiYn A positive and iiprtnnncnt I curl rr HIII mthaiI Ilcsul IIrlJIIIII all other fiirms ofll headache or Xou raisin Headache Cured Free I liy sample III all 11 yon if this piu r is niontioiicil T he iiion promptly hcailncliis un frelluentwilthtnently oimil Sold liv till driiRijists i0 ClSSTS A ilox The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND I YOUR FORTUNE1 yetr hh YmtrlnrtllH Is Tfiir uriMiBili KitipilH Herd innI Thrnut rlfnr nntl honithr nitiir 1 apt ant Inwnyre tnrpn o ISIIMVVS Mivrinu IMIVIIIUMIO-er 11 rfinf In nmi tifi1 In tnl doiiil Itiililr4 i uiw toiitH Moro TIIUOAT A TAICICII Thill mvHil oilnr nfCiilinrh ills npH ir fir 110 n o tv nilirf l In IHv IrnllllAftliniH trHVVOMT rVMI1l AVSir r ut e i n a i nmnUu t it err II HJ ff ta w ri r r ll t 1 Hlhol helrlhlin IIIU a 111 IMIAMS IMV r r 1 1 OrIiN A ICASI1 X- ATTOUXEYatIAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will pnutiro in the Ilurlsllf Will fl mull tiltII iiilloiniiii counties and attonil ironii tly to all collection iittrnlid to him 11r 1 P NORRISII Court Stenographer t Examiner i JACKSON KY I I inICourt reporting or tiirliin Sluirtliaiil IIIlcIIII They banish pain and prolong life BO YEARS EXPERIENCE It I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ticIommnnlNlionl latcatasentpatentIatmclrtrgttLtfScientific JImcrlcaii rtrnatationI rear rourraontnifi Pom bi nil newflrser Yorkmiiol CHAS BUCHANAN Pfact MakerHAZEL 0 Ladies Gentlemens Fine Shoes givnto1 gustrauttedrshc1 MnsKr W GES Of1 SIr 1 i A neck for Young Ind Old e- 1 r rOUi1 WE CURE hERVOUSrEst I i i50oooI 1 I i t DISEASED iti PRIVATEii iCUREDI i t Ju 250000 CURED R YouNG MArJ i- ntl4lrtttt natuto filltitII wand Isurnttt td ton tcrnllo crinio ynu- vrcnroimnlttlnrI lady nonly enn iider i IIhn111I rlblo rrjult niro year ryes oiTn1 I to your peril DM you Inter on In nun crIILotmtdiIyntrtotueDart ItIIilat1dt 1 l toady lie inr in dread it niarrlncp n fni lure witlt311 onnivnint of nay ueak W = twnl by early aliio or later ty e Hint you been ilmiTRcnl with rieifury Thii Uviklft will i otiitoutto yon the reMitl of the o irlmoi niul i olut vt 1TOUr XKV MITIIOD TUKAT I JIUNT 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