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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4ThEIiBRALDTJ i I J tabUshed March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of tt Jonathan and His Continent t by Max ORell g + + tra any IOilit The Oldest Most Popular Most Circulated CENTK A YXAR t rII Widely and Most Quoted Paper in Ithe Kentucky Mountains IN ADVANCE IFOURTEE lI YhAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 12 1808 NUMBER 0 w SMALL SIIOt111 SHELL Bosons squadron and the Spanish fetprobably had ulmttle 0- o yesterday 0 A corps of nrmy nurse is being form J bj the National Society of Daughters ottbef RevolutionI 0- o 0 Commodorecretary Deweywill be made nn Acting Admiral nominated a Hear AdmiralDd liter 0 0 0 jt Gen Schofield president of the Nn I thntli1 inizitinu is assuming immense pro portions 0 00Twenty Spanish farmers direct from lle interior of Spain arrived in New week They are probably spies rTorklast nd ought to be sent bick to Spain j 0j0 One of the officers on board the Span Ish steamer Argonnuta captured by the gunboat Nashville off the coast of Cuba Reported to be a brother of Gen Wey too o o Adispatch from mhington says that since Deweys great victory at Manila it b reported that President McKinley is tiu Ment that our war against Spam in ftba will end in20 days o o o The patriotic women of St Joseph JIoare engaged in making two hand tone silk lIng which they will present tothe militia companies of that place Koman has been permitted to contrib ute a cent toward the cost o o 0 It is announced at Washington that United States naval vessels will bombard Hmna or any other fortified port of Spain if deemed necessary and no foreign power will be allowed to interfere rith any of our war movements 0 1 o o It has been definitely ascertained by the War Department that enough volun tetra who have had yellow fever can be obtained in the southern states to over helm the Spanish forces in Cuba iif their services should be needed o o 0 Among the prisoners on the Spanish till steamer rgoaanta captured by ou feet off Havana were Brig Gen Mon tads formerly chief of Wcylcrs stall and press censor at Havana and Dr Garcia sugeon general of Ulancoa army o o o l1innenpoJielt1 eotof Boston for Spanish warship and longdiiUnceI He cruisers took aboard a largo number oft carrier pigeons to carry messages fcbore if necessary o onEngland by the grea tictory won by Dewey at Manila Ills krfog coolness and skill have surprised1 the Londonj Europe nn ti thrilledwith wonder and admiration n t gallan4eonmander t o 0 0 The principal reason why France sym thlaited0 illFranco300000Wfgovernment bonds the war goes against Spain her securitict- rilienormously I 1 decrease in value o 0 0 Cuhanldiersmilitaryloipment govtramentt cooperationMete and cowboy regiment will he- t sble to do nIl the land fighting necessary espture the entire Spanish force iin- o Cuba 0 0 Speechspies UniteStatesswnrmIngj sccurPe informslmilitaryPPeratlons Past r powdchaveI Ilta it is believed tI fib Nl y r DEVBYS GREAT VICTORY IN Till BAY OP MANILA I 00 Spaniards 00 NEARLY ALL OUR WARSHIPS PRACTICALLY UNHARMED co One Spanish Commander Nails His Colors tq the Mast and all Hands Go Down Fighting but it Was Deweys Day and Their Doom 00 A FULL ACCOUNT OF TIE GREATEST NAVAL FIGHT IN HIST011Y 00 A Spanish Cruiser Gives Chase to the American Cruiser Montgomery and at Dark Four Cannon Shots are Heard by the Officers of the Olinde Rodriquez N MANILA MAY lSQUADRON ARRIVED AT MANILA AT DAY I j BREAK THIS MORNING mm1EI DIATELY ENGAGED THE ENEMY AND DESTROYED THE FOLLOW ING SRANISH VESSELS REINA CHRISTINA CASTIL LA DON ANTONIO DE ULLOAjl ISLA DE LUZON ISLA DE CUBA GENERAL LEZO MARQUES DE DUEROCORREO VELASCO ISLA DE MINDANAO A TRANSPORT AND WATER BATTERY AT CAV ITE THE SQUADRON IS UNIN JURED AND ONLY A FEW MEN ARE SLIGHTLY WOUNDED ONLY MEANS OF TELEGRAPHING ISII THE AMERICAN CONSUL AT HONG KONG I SHALL COMMUNICATED WITH HIM DEWEY 1 81I rPort an Prince Hayti May The United States cruiser Mont I jj i goinery Commander Converse is supposed to have been engagedI with a much larger Spanish cruiI i ser last night northwest of Cape i Haytien the seaport town of Hayti 90 miles north of Port an Prince j I The French steamer Olinde RodI riquez from Havre April 16 for 1 Haytian ports while at Cape Hay jj tien the Spanish ship watching I antAmerican vessel The Montgomery loft Cape Hay tien and the Spaniard which is presumed to have been watching j i for her is said to have pursued her both putting on full steam s The Spaniard gained in the pur suit which was witnessed from the bridge of the Olindo Rodri of that vessel I quez by the officers I The Spaniard was the larger andi i twoaBy nightfall four discharges o I fI cannon wore heard which it i I believed was the result 0 fISpaniard firing on the Americanl warship I 1The arrival of 17 Spanish wa ships and other vessels at PuertoI III Rico is reported and Sampson Squadron has been sighted to the north of Cape Haytien t Details of Daweys Great Victory Hoxa KONG May 8Commo doro Dowoy arrived at Subic Bay about 80 miles north of Manila April 30 and Bay on Saturday Concord toandsent the Baltimoro i n dot r olllloitff the ciiMiiy 1lioy found no SpanishI shipsI at tho entrance of the bay told the Commodore Iciilod to risk the mines rued pro o td that same night after dark i iinto lht hay of Manila ij 1141 anchored tho fleet in the buy biforo Manila anti sent a mossngo to tovernor General Augusti an hlaclwdonllllnddillgItthat ifa shot was fired against his ships ho would destroy every bat tlry agent Manilai Tho position occupied by the Spaniards with ttio support which their ships ro ciivcd from land batteries and the I big guns they had ashore gavo I tinin an onormous advantage Yot tho Spaniards lost over 500 killed land wounded all their ships MI were destroyed and their naval ar sepal at Cavito was destroyed with defenses Tho larger ships of Spain cruis jed oil Cavito and Manila Tho Spanish flagship opened fire and was followed by tho larger Spanish warships Then tho Cavito forts opened and thou the smaller Span ish vessols Tho American squadron led by the Olympia did not reply but moved onward Whoa nearing Ba her bay n sudden upheaval of vat ahead of theer a short distance Olympia showed tho Spaniards had exploded iv mino or torpedo This was followed by a second rued Him ilar explosion but both wore fruit loss tho American flee drawing noaror tho Spaniards Shots from tho Cavito batteries and from tho Spanish ships wont equallywido of tho mark The American Hoot entered tho bay be tween Cabaalo and Frilo Islets in tho following order Tho flagship Olympia Baltimore Raleigh Con cord Boston 1otrel and McCul loch with tho fitoreships Nanslmn nUll Hafiro bringing up tho tour ir500 yards but tho Amoricans reserved thfir firo until within 100 yards when tho real battle began The Roina Christina Castilla Don An tonio do Ulloa Isla 10 Cuba Isla do Luzon and Mindanao worn in lino of battle outside of Cavito at tho timo with tho four gunboats and torpedo boats inside tho har bor Tho American ships then passed I e M Iti T backward Bud forward six times iacross tin front of tho Spaniards pouring in shot and shell EorJ- molicnnshotsuoll1llto toll whilo almost every Spanish shot missed The American ships retired for breakfast and u councilof war was hold on tho Olympia Tho Spanish flagship lReina Christina was riddled and the Cast 51 la was on fire They eventually burned to the waters edge Tho lion Antonio do Ulloa made n show of desperate bravery When her com mander found lie could not keep her afloat ho nailed her colors to the mast and she sank with all lands u fighting During tho engagement Spanish torpedo boat crept along tho shoro and round tho oiling in an attempt to attack the American store ships hut sho was discovered driven ashore and shot to pieces Tho battle started at 530 a in and closed at 880 a in and was resumed about noon Not much fight was loft in tho Spaniards Tho Potrol and Concord shot thoI Cavito batteries into silence leaving them heaps of ruins and floating tho white flag Tho Spanish gunboats wore thou scuttled 11 arsenal caught on fire and tho ox plosion of tho Spanish magazineI caused further mortality among tho defenders of Spain on shore On water tho burning sunken or destroyed Spanish warships woroI Seoul whilo only tho cruiser Balti more suffered in any way from thoI firo of tho enemy A shot whichl struck her exploded some ammu nition near ono of her guns and slightly injured half a dozen of her crow Tho Roina Christina lost cap tain lieutenant chaplain and n midshipman by ono shot whichI struck her bridge Tho Caatilla haul 100 neon killed and GO woundi ed It Is estimated that over 1000 Spaniards woro wounded during tho engagement Evon when tho Spanish flagshipI was shot half away her commandj or though woundoJ refused to leave tho bridge till tho ship wasI burning and sinking her stern having boon shattered by a shot 1 and hor steam pipe burst Correspondence on last page i I 4 4 wJy 1d 1 Troops Gasped at Lexington Following are the companies camped at Lexington with tho number of men and officers of each Company E Lexington Captain Fred rL Wilson First Lieutenant Robert Kennedy Second Lieutenant 11 F i Thompson 10 1 mcn 1Kerscyford Second Lieutenant Eastln Hiatt 86 men Company K Cythiana Captain W S llardin First Lieutenant S H Mc Dowell Second Lieutenant J H Terryoaf105 men Middlc8boroCaptaluC gnu Second Lieutenant Jinx T Price 81 men Company D ParisCaptainWinn First Lieutenant Leonard Cook Second Lieutenant John Fisher 75 men Company C Lebanon Captain W IL Sweeney First Lieutenant John 11 Thomas Second Lieutenant not yet elected 02 men 1SinchesterCaptainHarry bo elected Second Lieutenant Slack 87 men Company 1 1 Newport Captain T W Woodward Flint Lieutenant 0 E Non hein Second Lieutenant George G Hell Icy 81 mar- Company G Covington Captain 11 It Shearer First Lieutenant M W Gaither Second Lieutenant If II Hobbs 8U men- Georgetown Company IJocriiltn Cap tain Henry Mooremnn 81 men Olll ccrH not elected- Willinmsburg Company Recruits Captain James Ii Wntkini First Lieu tenant Frank W Cooley Second Lien tenant Frank F Dlakeley 88 men tccrultsCnllt8nll1elected A Welcome Lotter From Louisville LOll ilIIJ KY iMay 7th Mr Spencer Cooper Dear Sir I tako the pleiiHtiro of writing you a few lines from tho myfrlclIllithem I have been in Louisville itovcrnl weeks oyeHWhonvisit to Winchester and Mt Sterling I expected to bo gono but n short time II But there is a divinity that shapes our ends IIInyWluletho thronging masses surge to anti fro and listening to that continuous monot OIIOUH din which la characteristic of our s great cities I could not help to contrast tho HCCHO with my dear old country homo 1Dear country life I can I forget tho longIto bo back again in my dear mountain home climbing again those old familiar hills and viewing tho scares of my schooldays One hour spout thus IIB worth A week spent hero Louisvlllo certainly poHCHBes nanny attractions with its hand 1seine anti stately buildings broad streets delightful parks and numerous places of amusements but there la something I can not describe something no one butt i mountain girl can realize I have made many acquaintances and some friend whilo hero but they nro not like old friends My deer friend Minnie Day one of tho sweetest girls and best tench ors in the State made mo u visit last week and while her visit was n pleasant 7 surprise yet tho time seemed to drag moro slowly niter eho hnd gong Jloir I 80dIhorseback rides over tho hills willIe wo poor mortals are snail In between brick walls and smoke stacks But everything cornea to those who wait Brother Silas will complete his course in Juno and then wo will both return to dear old Hazel Green and until that time my thoughts anti best wishes are with you nil Remember among my best friend rj I count Tin HKIULD Dont fail to send k- It regular for you do not know how glad Iand anxious we are to get it +N rr Respectfully rdMAGGIE M KASH V Miss Loulio Catron of Chapel brunchtIs selling ladle hat at Billy Otroat cc- store at Pomeroy ton I ity j v ii 4 t AW 1 t4AA EHIHIRJLLB 1l rnon coorn J r1 HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 12 1894 AnrloUfa 1fCfC 1II We arc antltortsed to Announce JOHN UARXKIl of Winchester Clark COUlltyu 1 I A candidate tor Congress In this the Tenth district subject to the notion of the Demo cratlc party We are Authorized to announce lion TIIOS Y FIT7PATItICKof Prwtonsbur Floyd county as a candidate for reelection to eongreu from the Tenth district subject to tho action of the Democratic party f SHORTLY after the war three young officers of the Fourth Kentucky cavalry veteran volunteer vizi Captain John he We toc of Ixniiaville Captain John M Bacon of Frankfort and Captain Spencer Owner of Lexington re+ pec lively aged about 23 22 and 21I were tendered commissions as second lieu tenantA in the regular cavalry of the United States army Macon neceptedat once was assigned to the Fifth cavalry we believe and Weston went to the Seventh Cutters regiment some time in 18615 We were sowing gome oats at I the time and declined with thanks We hUt not heardof WeMon for several I years hut he had then attained the rank I of major and iis doubtless now a colonel at least Bacon won lips way step bliteI until ho got to he colonel of tho Eighth I cavalry and last west President McKinley commissioned him a brigadier general That was shout 33 yours ago I and tho trio has been fighting nearly all t tent time WesUm and IHCOII the fns I than and Cooper the wolfo from the I bor They hire gained honor and dis tinetinction while we glory in TICK HKUAID and a lot of delinquent subscri her+ But remembering the fate of Ints wife wo ahnll look not with retrospective I eye again Yet 01 nit Mil words of tongue or pen The Mtilrffftt are thtll1t might ho boon ii Tlili iis published merely to point n moral and not toIt adorn a tItle roivro two distant lW miles from Cuba embrace an area of only r6b0II equnro mite and has a population of 1100000 A range of mountains running cast and went average 1W feet though rising in one peak 3CTS feet above thrI level of the aca Much of the InlldI however iis very fertile Exports and Jinporti amount to 2S000 iOO annually i1n Juan pronounced Minhooan the capital has a population of 30000 This itland will IH captured by the Unite States and made a hate of supplier in event the war with Spain is urotracted WIIKIU Iis the Spanish fleet that loft Cape Verde Islands is now the inorncn town question May it not be maneuver ing to entrap Dcwey 1 DEWEYS conduct at Manila WBH co pro0rooted Till Pblllipincs consistl of 1218 island + 100 of which are inhabited Probably two thirda ot tho inhabitants arc half civilized savages who live in the interior of tho islands whore tho Spaniards have never assumed full control Tho gover nor generals salary is 10000 a year and tt IH much more as he can steal Weylcr ii said to have innda n million a year at this pointJn insurrection similar to that in Cuba has been going on for sev era yenta Gen Aqtiinaldo commands the insurgents Ito Iis wealthy highly educated nod was aboard Dcweys nut ship when ho crushed the Spanish fleet oil Manila Tho largest city is Manila t which has a population Of 300000 more than 100000 more than Louisville The t islands with an area of 118000 square miles have nn estimated population of 9000000 or about 7000000 more than Kentucky which has an area of lO lOO square miles Tho products like thos o of Cuba arc sugar cones tobacco hemp anti cotton and tropical fruit Exports mid imports amount to 38000000 and I Nr4t 4 1 k u r W c 1 I I= 1i i ALL WOMEN Nmwnmu of all the pain andstcknessfromwhich suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of- menatruation Nearly always when a woman Is not well these organs are affected Cut n they are strong ird healhy a to woman Is very seldom sick Wine10fcirdlI 9 9ii regulation j It cures allI female troubles It l Is equally effective for the girl In her teens the young wife with do I mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period i known as the Change of Life They all need It They tie illIbenefitted by Ito j I IIPer frle In uses rccairtn trecUl thtymGtntl7leThe Chattinocr Meiklae Co Cti tae cocp Tens IoTHOS I COOPER Tupito Mlu tintU j sister tuBercd from my Irtjubr tad pilnlul menstrual on ind doctors I IIenlrelrII I IrKII the net revenue to Spain 11 S HtI annually The islands are GOO milt I from Hong Kong China and K500 miles from San Francisco California Tin Sooloo iislands form a long chain from Mindanao to Borneo having the ame mountainous and volcamicntnlcture- ns the Phillipinc IglatnU and are all probably fragments of a submerged con tinent Immense forests spread over the Phi IIipimea clothing tho mountains to their summit bony iron woodJ cedar apan wood gum trees etc being lacwl together and garlanded by the buh rollr or pnljuftn which attains n length of fovernl hundred feet The variety of fruit trees Ii3 great including time orange citron brood fruit mnugo oocomiot guavn tamarind rose apple otc Other important vegetable products are the banuiia plantain pineapple sugar tonne cotton tobacco indigo cotlec cocoa cinnamon vanilla caia the nrcninut ginger pepper etc with rice wheat maize and various other cerealsI Tin Tagals and Bisnycrs are the mot numerous native races They dwell in the cities and cultivated lowland 2W0 000 being converts to Komnn Catholicism and a considerable number especially of the Uisayer+ Mohammedan The moun tain districts are inhabited by n Negro race who in features stature and save age mode of living closely resemble the Alfoors of the interior of Papua and are probably the aborigines driven before the inroads of the Malays The Mestizos form an intluciuial part of the popula than These are mostly of Chinese fath ers and native mothers Few Spaniards reside in tho Pliillipine Island Sooloo islands have a population of 1 TheII 000 and are governed by n sultan whoso capitol is Sung Luzon has n population of V00000 It AitotT onefourth of the population of the Phillipincsaro independent of lail1II and governed by native princes in the north has an urea of 51200 square miles and Mindanao or Mngindanao in I 8outhlweltI row Paragon or a i mountain chain with low coast lines cut with numerous streaics and exceedingly I fertile The forests abound in ebony i logwood gum trees and bamboo arISSO square mules West of Luzon lie time Batancn Bashce and Babuyan the I first two groups having about 8000 pop ulation the last unpeopled jI Tm Phillipinc Islands were discovered in ir 2l by Magellen who after visiting Mindanio sailed to Zebu where taking I part with the king in a war bo was wounded and died at Mactan on tho 2Uh I of April 1521 For some time tho chief Spanish settlement was oh Xebu i but in I 15S1 Manila was built and has since continued to IM the seat of governmentt1I 11 Atgiut 1It the niativea revolted t4T4 SPAI anlhjrity and declared fur indiptnilico Several bloody batIj I tUs were fought but up to this timo the i i ttrrtctinhtruotbeenauppresudat I is found ia river beds and dctri J1 rsitj hiD used in form of dut ii Uen u f UCUftDgc in Mindanao Irva is plentiful rnd tine coal hells from Kiu to four feet thick have been found Copper has long beta worked in LQRQR I There are also limestone n fine vane rate I maible sulphur in unlimited quantity quicksilver vermillion and siltpctcr the sulphur being found hose native rod in combiliation with copper arsenic and iron J Hows This We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cane of Catarrh that cannot be cured by lrtlllI Catarrh Cure F1 C1IKXKY t CO Prop Toledo Ohio Wt the undcrdmmined have known F J Cheney for the lat 15 years and believe him perfectly bouoruble in all business traii iictions anti finitneiitllr able to carryout nuy obligations made by their tirni- WKvf JTii AX Wlulesnle Drug ints- Toledo 1 O WAIIUNO KJNVAX A MAISVIS Wholesale Druggists takeninternally Halls Catarrh Cure iis acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Tes timonials free a a A j Halls Family Pills are the best When You Want The News Subscribe for THE HKKAIII U only oO CENTS A YEAH and if its printing- of any kind you arc after this otlicc can do it better und cheaper than anybody Stock Sales Last Friday The Cincinnati Live Stock Kecorti of Friday gives the following as the best prices for that day Best price for cattle ILAS Best yearling brought J150 Top price for calves t50 Top price of hogs 41fi Best lambs brought 67f The above were actual sale but iit should be borne in mind that they repre sent the boil of their class ou the market that day Tun HEKVID will each week give the best sales of the Friday before which iis alone worth the price of the paper NOW is the time to subscribe Wfolfc county so far as heard from iis represented in the Cuban war by four recruits 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11111111i r i i 1t Ail r Constip tion i g sesfullylwit il e Uw work It tb ibt II tb oLI In the bowvli PLj produces t L 1 t I hsvr IwU HoodsJagw p llon sick b1 bra t N v t PIIIIIIj iuXetc llMHi5 411- 5tanroastllanonru1 S Soil its bttsultseaqrtfIl tV e I HIIIIl t Co L wr Il Inn arsatunllaTw i iwF1 u iiij11il- ey= May InllwiCe returned home Monday u Sam Russellwent to Cauipton Monday on bu 5ncn Miss Minnie Wnllis of Grassy was in town Saturday Jimmic Swnngo of Memphis has our thanks for favor Mort Tieratt and Hurnie Finch went to Kcthwfll Monday John henry1anllbce of Vhitc Oak r ass in town Saturday Mrs Km ma Trimble of Lacy creeV was in town Saturday Kelloy Nickell spent Sunday with his rather and homo folks n Gutsy creek was visited by a very severe hailstorm last week Little Charley Pose who has been quite sick i + able to be out again t Mrs S 15 Kiudi will leave tomorrow for WestfLibcrty and return Sunday Childrens Day will be observed at the Presbyterian church on the Fourth Sunday Misers Lizzie Ca key nod Mattie Me Guire of Grassy were shopping in town Saturday IJtnOn loth inst to wife of Prof J W Taulbcf n flnu tmy Admiral DKiy Tanllwr MM Khoda Jotie antil daughter Mrs Kute e vinltvtl1 Mrs Dr Nlcfcell of Ibis ijiacc Monday lv T IK Word will preach At Mote thaptlI on Lacy creek Sunday At lum- A M mud a p M nlldnt iimtelI Green at night WMotv Coldiron of tho Consolation neighlxtrhood continues in t critical con dition Slid has consumption and her re covert iis doubtful earl Mize1 who Inw been attending business college at Lexington cone tome SaturJay with his fattier who was n ton days visitor in Lexington Ibberf MiLin left Monday morning for Cincinnati when he will sty in a stock of spring and summer good for J T Days store at this place LOOK OUT fut tho first signs of ri1111henrichturd vitalize your BLOOD Kv J II Wallin requests us to say that he will preach at the Frozen Creek church next Sunday at the usual hour and invite nil tll come out and hear him All parties indobted to me or to the urns of Hose fi Davisi are requested to call and settle immediately Respect- S filly Unix H UwB hIt always rains on May 10 I IHIVM noticed it for a hundred times or more used to say an old Virginian Whether he was right or not it ruined hee Tues day About two inches of snow fell in parts ofolCo county on Friday night and Saturday morning Snow in patches could be HCCII until late in the afternoon Saturday Two month ago we hud wriUis doubts mnllcInyounglien offfurft day or two Today a yoKoof steers couldnt pull one of em to withi ten feet of It recruiting officer T ir HKKAMI will be clubbed with the cannedllGCtiuI M twice A week 100 Uuwville Ubpiitvli wtwfclv MI 00 Nrw Vrk Trili m0 4 00IIiHdnmtti Bnqlilror 100 oartltirJuulMal twtlee 00IIr II1lm Il tl dilly 2 40 1 rWt Mrs MyrtleSililamspleasant11rofJlce ThursdaylIan They came up to buy hats of Mrs KNI and mG all who deal with herw re d lighted with their lUrclaAAtlI I Good People to Lire Among II The i overflowingthisi well wishes i j go win in great chunks to tho dear peo II IIUi I II thing by halves wine by quarters and j vime again in fractional parts so small 1 that I glanstomugoitudf Not sol j I j I Cillmoreji j I of l II nicefreshi us on Sunday by young Mr Nickell who also line our thanks for the cheery courteous manner in which he apprised us of the generous gift Why when we think of people wh remember us thus kindly we I forget our worldly cares tar the nonce and feel that it is indeed good to be hero among a hospitable whole snuled people such as Dave Linden and wife May no sorrows ever near the joys of their young married life and when they came to die may they and their tar prc arved ini one jar and placed on the highest shelf of paradise as an old Ilaptist preacher I in Carroll and Trimble counties was wont to pray before the war- Conunencoment YII at tho AcadeI The program for commencement week Junu I to S is outlined thus Saturday S p m Declamatory COliI tests i Sunday 11 a m ISaccalnurcatc Sermon SundayS p IIInnuni Ad I dress to Kndeft voters Monday S p m A 1I1IIt cbateluesday tt p mIAnnual Reunion Tuesday S p m I Lecture A Man of Snap Wednes lilY 10 a m Commencement Day The lecture tI A Man of Snap will IK given by lee George Dar ie of Frank fort Ky This will het rare treat forj i our Ipeople and tine school and will be a f foretaste of what iis to follow during I I I the next M mion of the school baccalaureate vTIIOII and nldrosI to the Kodeavorr will by deliviirwl by- Re W JF Smith of Lexington Ky i lice address to the graduates on com meHcenunt day will be delivered by j I rrillllig1hllrlIsI l I Dlrnl Prcia Drlnkiny Cinnamon I The death of lack Peyton and Steve Jones near Grassy Monday night 1111111 j Tuesday morning respectively was quite I n shock to that community and should j he H warning to nip who indulge in the I I ii i helnldrillkillIj i I I i extract of cinnamon ofjvhich they each I I drunk four or six Imttlcs Inflammation I of the Mtomaeh set up and subsequently j j brain fever Poytoii died Monday night and Jones on Tuesday morning at 0 oclock both in great nguiiy Peyton leaves a wife and one child and Jones n I wife Dr McClurc who pc us the in crlllllforI breath I Tho Cow Pea as Forage i The editor of the Jackson Hustler commenting upon Jimmio Swunpos nrjj ticle in Tin HIWAU iutrodmiiu cow- pens I to tine farmer of this tertion which he reproduces adds the following Not I only is cow pen hay a mlcndid feed for animals but the seeds when boiled iis the best milk producing feed known AI Mr Morrow is n native of tine goo her state of Georgia where the cow- pea is as staple as corn in this Mute and some times uhcd1tt an edible in lieu of beans also leis testimony should weigh well Our farmers ought at tenet give the pca n chance and we believe from our otcn knowledge that it will prove a profitable experiment At the regular services of the Christian church on Sunday the topics for sermons will be at IIII a III Our Shepherd Jeesus at S p IIIII HaptigmThe Design mill tine Subject All persons are very cordially invited to both ser vices Uemember this Sunday school at 9 30 a in and the Endeavor meetings at J80 omit 8Opm Henry PJeratt last week sent his uncle j Joe 1ienilt a jar of stowed lumpkinII and people on Hlack water 1111kooI be is more fon- dPrevention iIs better ton euro Keep our blood pure your ftjipolito jpoil mid your dlgostJon iiurfect by tnkiiiK Hoods Saraiparllla Hoods Pills act harmoniously1 with Huofls Scmiparillu gentle efficient y t All claims for Dr Dens Pino Tar I reportfromM colds incipient consumption and all bronchial nllections arc the diseases In which It iN especially efficacious The pastor of the M E church youth isi making a very laudable olTort to iaUo funds sufllcient to paper paint and othJJ erwise repair nod furnish the interior of the church The membership generally and also monikers of other churches nro responding liberally Charley Swango left last week for Omaha Nebraska where he has a posi lion in tho exposition which opens there June 1 Charley bad n similar positionJ in the Na+ hvile exposition and hiox perience there eminently qualifies him for the place at Omahn Hoc Havens came over Monday to get some bills which this office yrlntwl for saidlof1 1 laid my two eyes upon Thats the kind we turn out tbn only kind and at bedrock prices too When you need bills or printing of any kind come and see ui nndICC money iThl final examinations at the academy instIrv at this commencement and If they pass the required standard they will speak on the following topic Misi Inn Muxey Scatter Boqucts Today Edward 0 Taulbee The Living Present Itobt H Day 1 Keeping Step to the Music A Shattered Nervous System FINALLY HARTTROUBLE rtestortd to Health by Or Miles Ntrvln I tIJ rr flhl ttIIttVtltlt 11A1tpVthcjcdlyman- AV11 agirofPSHpporrtroii rn tt stern at 1IIrhelIIfIII wrlt I lil icvir I + eeeteadry In my life until uIg- ot to bad with nervous jiro uitSon that I- had to Rlvo UIHlluicoWlntIlulldr I trliil our hoclllhnlclIIIIWIl l on + to Juiiot hut HOBO Rare me any teller and I ti ufht I wits sthe to ale I became iltupojiUnt Dud ruffrrwl unt lit nt ony Isu iot at- leap scot poet andI It fCZ1h 1 G4 not eUt At the and ofsix n rtiis I ran rxlucdtobutaslladow of Itand nt last my heart bccnim iuTeil ntul 1 w w truly ml ombk I took tit or c vii tt s of Dr Miles Nervine It 11 tit Tt let from the start and nt IK ttrurr t rest ost blt slnc f ny life lr Jlllcs Itcnie llii are told by all lruf uu under a jkonltlvo sunrnntic first Iwitl iMinoflu or money re funded Hook on 1U uttf of till heart and IMIVI I free Addrufts I I I MIIrsMKI KAMO Lirt I 1JI IndII Subscribe Now I IITlle I TPceKft Itottisvlllo niJ l a Cll A STKAKiHT DEMOCKATIC N J WSl PElt EXIMJUflHI IIY Till IVHT CoXVKJTION- AH Tin OKHCIAI OIIOAN or IIM- onucv I AND ir 0 Conns Srn- hcitniiin FOR IIY PiiMixr1 IINIKAII AKSKMIIIY For the Free Coinage of Silver For tho Chicago Platform Fur the Democratic Nominees For the Interest of the Masse All the Latest Telegraphic News All the Latest State New All the fattest Market Keportn UlIHlrtllCurrrct Reportsllunrst1litoriul I T1 WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH ANO T1xl UAL annBc HnnAftD Both One Year Only SlOO Address SPENCER COOPER Hazsl Grotsr Ky v i WeRsl 1 1B = I liavo boon confined to my roomrs 1 and as I am still unablo to look after my business I DO HOPE l that every man without fartherI appeal will call on H C QUICK BALL at my store AND PAY hisiaccount at once I must havo some money in orGder to meet my obligations and Stmakethis last appeal before plac ing your accounts in tho hands of an Attorney for collection You will not ignore this appeal a if you havo a symaathizinn sonl Respectfully t I H Fa PIERATT IV RUSSELL BROTHERS == MILLERS AND SAWYERS machinerygN= of the I T1 MAY MILLI J n lliirtl in on wp are now prci =apnd to attend to the want of the public in ALL MILL MAT tIKltS and will LuaranUi tatUfaction in nil cafe third tlllfI t TriisSDAYS FltlDXYSnnd SATlItDA S Toll One Klghth iE Building Material of All Kinds I We nro also preparoj to do ctiHtom sawing at J1 per 1000 fret or on tine lushes mid we can on short nitici furnhli F1 j3m INC CKILINO WITIIIitnfUIlrf HHKIrriXO auntII = nil kind If Iluildlng Material in wood nt tin Ourii 5= When you want to have money give IIH a call 1 4LL IVLTLLL 1 Is tutu finest ever iTfcted in tints section ninth since WP have hNnII 3m In olmriHHif it we IINVK mado AS nOOll FLOtlt AS CAN UK I rte PltOMCKI IIN ANY PAHT OF fill STATK from tho name iiiiility of wheat white mind nweet hiring UN jjiwd wheat and I 15you will get good Hour In return Try UN flats thu WilY to i 3- g find out IOUJtTTAWEK aiiT ij River in now in operation and wo are pre i =pared to mako n miprrior quality of meal at saline toll UH al ove I +mom laid will ilUNI KVKUY HAS 1IN 111 1 WKKK Sunday ex s- i cepted Soliciting the public patronage we remain THE For8l0 RICKBT STORR Has been removed from the John Host corner and consoli A dated with my main store Mr will visit tho markets of Cincinnati next week and stock up on till lines of Uptodate Goods and the store will be run on thehh rocket system henceforth that is when you take tho goods 4 you pay tho cash That is the way 1I Ilynll1 to enable mo to suit you money on every put chase that is tho way you must ply I J i PIKHATT la still with mo an Mtlcsmnn and he will be Kind to seep nilof his old friend at his new xtnnd I havo tho stock and prices will be as low ns the loosest In fact down to lied stock Thanking you for past patronage and Mdicitinc your future favor I remain respectfully J T DAY = 0FOR SALEDruiriuir to d1 w nut ruv luiniiicf at thlll plncc I offer fur nu till of my Blacksmith Carriage and- WoodWorkersCT Tools NIIUitIIlU of tine lntcl iindrb 1101iaI- rrlnl andl Supjillim n grant variety unit the first jiialily Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses tierfertlyclnM llutruv anti HanifM IIOUSKIIOLU FOiNITlKKAcJsirPrtrtle nicest of any of tlio above can tfiir linrcalnn lby cillmi van JO11V II Ito HJ lluwl Green Ky Ii C McLIN M- tSrWILLIK 1 iUt prlege sayings I nil fry Stvango made a flying trip to 4 MJI Friday t V Harmon Swnnpo made Lacy erect n badncja call Saturday James IJlso lost n hone with distemper c during tho recent cold snap Mrs J F Cecil nud ton Clarence of Grassy arc visiting the sick ol this com x munity Miss llcbcceu Samples spent Sunday with lier sister who Hvea near Tolive j Mrs Knrah Lnwe of lAcy cfwk gave this neighborhood n days yisit last wcok N It Ware and wife of Hazel Green enjoyed a drink from the spring Sunday Mcsdawcs O B ivango and 11 11 Pieratt of Hnrsl Green gave us a very1 pleasant call Thursday Mrs J M Kash of your town and her daughter Mrs W C May of White Oak together with Mss hula luisli also of your last week town spent n pleasant day with 11III tiny tU UNO Daysboro Doings Mrs J X Lacy iion tho sick lint this week I Holly P Ainyx went to Hazel Green Sunday morning Arbury Swango and wife were visiting noon May Sunday Prof V Lacy was on this side i the hill Sunday evening ofIi Mia Carrie Amyx pac HlI Daysboro Sunday cenlngIj I li v Henry Wslllii putted through 1aysbro Saturday morutng John Nlckoll hada log rolling and i turkey eating one day Ilast week Ike HarttVldt a dry gorilla drummer was in Oaysboro one day last week 11 C Lacy and wHo spent Saturday night and Sunday with 1 N Lary George A llrooks of Stillwater spoilt Sunday with lilt father 1 J 1 J brooks Hubert Nick ell attended tin Mnxoitic lodge al Hazel Given Saturday night 111 Poultice anti II 1C Oney went iI to llrentliitl county on Ibusiness last week i iI Ullly Hurst and All 1Nash of Stillwator were in Daybboro last week on busincjH Sam Wilson the painter Iis in Days horn this week making things shine where he goes Mrs Margaret Oney and daughter Mollie spoilt Sunday evening with Noon May and family May tP JIM in Lacy Crook Links Joe Lee Wilson was in llroatliil the past week log rolling and corn planting are the order of tho slay N WTibls visited hoary HOIIII hell Saturday and Sunday Harry Perkins had the misfortune to get hurt by n log Monday- S 0 and Itcrtlin Samples attended church at Consolation Sunday- C S Samples bought of Frank Cecil n calf for which ho paid 1 lJf 0 Miss Lula Kadi of Hazel Green will teach tho A F Johnson school this year Dr Nickell and Uollin Kash of Hazeli Green took dinner with C S Samples on day lnst week Tout Wilson formerly of Arkansas but now of Stillwater was visiting on Lacy creek Sunday OIT Jtsii Topics Powell Cut ran attended meeting nt Tolivcr Sunday Miss Lou Catron of Pomaroyton was in Tollvor Sunday Corn planting U tho order of the day nlnco winter broke W H Kali ef Haxol Green visitedi Miss Lou Cat run Sunday J F Klkins and his mother will start to Virginia in n few days K M Pieratt went to Maytown Sun day to meeting I suppose Miss Nannie Brown of Hotliol wits n tho gptg at Saudfield Sunday Lan McNabb IIn8II by jings if he fights any in tho war it will bo when tho culls have all melted Miss Maud lllackwcll ano of May towns attractive sweet sixteen year old 1girle was visiting In Tollrer neighbor hood Monday t Ye scribe hind a letter front Frank llannlU who way then at Fortress Mir t roe Va He said he was eager to fighl ij tho Spanish and was waiting only o orders to go aboard ship Prof Wm H Cord and JoUr John TJeratt passed through Tollver Sunday en route to Greasy Creek church May 9 SHIXEB Lee City Lilacs Horn on tho 23rd ult to the wife o James Patrick n boy I Sylvester Normon our efficient consta tile was hero Sunday H G Hoso and wife were visiting on Grassy creek last week Tho families of Lcandcr Dunn and J II Cottle have mensle8II Leander tho little son of Clay is threatened with fever eII of Hard GreenDr A C Nickell here Saturday on business I George Dunn has moved to the Jack Wilson farm on Frozen creek i Richmond DeHusk of Mire and Ed TIHllhco of your town visited relatives hon Sunday J F Havens the irrepressible grocery drummer was interviewing merchants here lAst Monday Judge Amos Davis and two of his nieces from West Liberty were visiting friobds and relatives hero Sunday Kelley Nickel of Hazel Green was hero last week looking after our school Kelley comes welt recommended A P lacy of hazel Green who has I been here for a week or more helping toI invoice for J11ay has gone 1110II James 1L Dunn and Kelley who are attending school at your place visitedI their parints Saturday mid Sun tiny Charey Patrick tins bought and moved to tho A M Moore property and G H Malomty moved to the house vacated by Mr Patrick George Taulhoe of this place has ac accepted n position as salesman for a tobacco house multi will travel with his gnmdfatlier Judpo Davis of West Lib ertylohu Allen and wife of Quicksand Hreathitt county jinked through here Sunday tIn run tt homo from Hazel Green whore MrsI Allen lord been fur medical treatment May lI Trroii Campion Currency lIon J H White loft Friday fui his home at Irvine Young Mr Hanks of Powell county was in town Friday I Hon J C Lykins left Sunday for Lexington on business Postmaster Hen Scwell and wife went to Holly Saturday on a visiti iI Judge Hedwino and Hon 011 Pol lard left Friday evening for Jackson S John 10 Drake and his son Newt left Saturday for their homo at Clay City Miss Esther Lovelace visitedi the fam fly of J C Lykins of DtuVville 8l1uclni i i Deputyl U S Marshal George Drake of K tilt county was here Friday on business i Sheriff A T Combs and ttllltT T Hanks took David Spencer to time pen ntlrdIlYICommonwealths Attorney A F Hyrd left Sunday for Salyersville to attendI circuit court I Hal T Smith and nmllof this place will moo to their residence at Frankfort in a short time I George L A they Sam Hurst H L Neville cowl others went to Lexington Sunday to tIe the troops George Vaughn and hiss Lidt Stam per went to Lexington Saturday as dele gates to tho Epworth league convention W P Norris of Jackson tho best stenographer in Kentucky attended cir cult court hero and transacted consider able business I Several of our young bloods say they want to go to war but wo are of theI opinion that it will be aver before they get to go Wo admire their patriotism i Adkiutj were tried last week for killing JohnIIij Tint at Torrent Spencer was convicted1 for n term of six years in the pen andl Adktns was acquitted j Tommio Bailey tho little jeweler tellsI tho biggest fish story of the season 110IIII says that on last Saturday ho nib in Swifts creek that weighed GO 0 1 pounds and measured 16 feet 1 inch fromII tip to tip lie says ho pulled it the creek with a yoke of cattle Dr J- i iH Stamper testifies that he was present FrVansant says that ho took dinner with Bailey Saturday and ate some of the fish Therefore we cannot doubt it A special grand jury was empanelled here last week and returned an indict ment against John Campbell for murder howeverfwill show that Campbell was justifiable in killing Kisncr A few days ago a seedy looking fellow walked into the Manner office and watch ed Mr White set type awhile As he came out of the door he asked J T Hanka what kind of an arrangement it thoI1 thought it was a pletur gallery 1111May tI StMiii JACK Hawaiian Hair EHxor INelsonsi certify that wo handled Nelsons Hawaiian flair Elixir for ten months and can truthfully say that the sale of it is phennminal 1 We have sold ten times as much of it as of all other hair preparations combined our sales amounting to over GOO bottles sever other drug stores in the City handling it at the saute time We consider it by far tho best hair preparation on the market ltespectfnlly1Stt Co Lexington Ky Lee Unman Company East Main Street Lexington Ky My hair commenced two years ago to fallout and 1 was nearly baldsifter using Nelsons Hair Restorative it huts produced a new suit of hair anti huts stopped it from fallingomit I used two bottles and rind that it will do all that I he claims for IOct j 1SU3 itII Cooper Anent for Hreathitt Magotfin Morgan Menefee and Wolfe counties 1 lllr lx ttle ITo Cure a Cold In Ono Day I Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails tCi lirei9d p The Leading Specialists cf America i 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing ran tin mr tiersrnltmg to yourvc millt gel Dun llnu tio ris glen If tteo nuhily liwc 1 I IMS pnaluce niMknif iiirviiiiio= n fivliitK of direst nntn wiulo Inn i e1rl- lhry unfit n lUlU for IIMUV lantrltsl life nIlt vil hnpptnc s N + innttrr whether tlt treltl Imiii in ynith liilUKil Wcikie rr HXll11 i1Vr 54 i ir New Mcth d ireaimout will i Jiuvily curry NO CURE NO PAY Hri Icr y 11111 hJjl Fatly nlm o or Inter ttd lisy tint wcnlrtiol v mil 1 1Kx i rut limy I tao ttt car l you an rrr it d gal tlltJ I tr New Metlrl- w III curt y u 1 cu run no rlk 250 000 CURED Yitiinpr Muv You nri tittle feello unit lmfinl JHTVOUJ irritnhlo and t1 v fltnblt Vti liocin forcctttil nion c nml tlcionlcct1 I Mitclir and 11111111 sunken eyes vrinkloil fnoo tCttIIII r form not ilownoas1 rountennnco rcvinl tho blight of your cxUtcu- ccVVECURLVAR1COCELE No shatter hflrlt1l1 your cni niny 0 IIN r how Innl rou Ines harm hnol It s traNEW MKTUil lillXTMKNT null runt It Tho Voriny win rvlutn t their nornml ctmililtin nmi hence tin roMial onruiii teocivo protrri iioiirl h aunt fhq orenns bcivtmo vltnliictt nil ununturnl ilreln or lasss era o mid i tetupornrtnc1ltNO ti W NO IAV NO oilltaTJrtN NlJtISIitO DiriKN- 110N 1HOM lllSlNr i j CURES GUARANTEED trcnt nnd euro SYPHILISI Ii11t1r iMI sOXS IMIOTKNiYI r1t1iIItll MIHOCKIK 5 KM I Ntl1 h 10jslS IM IUlKlt AHI KU NKY lii rnir + OO N SI IT Tin S KUKK HOOKS IHKK LI1IUKMOUhK VTK If IimMo to rail trite rr n 01 STIOXI HLANK for HOMK TUITMINTi3rc KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O et It P NORRIS Court Stenographer Examiner JACKSON KY- i Court rn rtiiirf or loaoliiiiK Shorlhtuut in IeposiIl n OIIIN A KASH- i X- ATTORN EYatIAW ylIIIZEi GREEN KY Will prnolkv in tIll enters of Wolfo and till 1101111111 oountios anil tittonil promptly lo all oollvclioii4i cntrusUul to him jA WATTJMKEEj tre J Physician and Surgeon 0HAZEL GREEN KY HBSurgeryanil obstetrics a specialty HERALDJon 1MUNT1XO IS THE nut the chcareltI T They banish pain and prolong life q ONE GIVESII 1 I t t JtijlfuI A Ar ot 9I tr j id4AI i 1 No matter what the matter is one will do you x good and you can get ten for five cents temtizterntrtrrtlrtrinnpnlwreartenwltlanttaa1nowragasM t renttoI h rtaatAn I THE GREAT NATIONAL Fl T W IEyNE- WSPAPER 11 t 4 Ol t ISIiJJtauti 11141 V1 JJjAh1J41wi- s II YnfK rAYOIUTP HOMK IAII U IHl ll71Fylr t1IlHIU iiR1lAT 11 BOTHr 0VK YKAIt 3 OK ONXT 100 iTSoml all orders to THK 1 lKKAln THE fIlY1 TRIBUNE ALMANAOH t l l Hi ES A XntinnnlHookof refer tnee lor + iovintinontnl and political information C1ILlis tin CIIIII n of the Iliitfil Stiiu tin Constitution sit the Stute of New 1ork the Hnilv Uritl Mill with a cntnpiiriMni til old lull now rates President Me l KIt Cnliinct itiil aptjn intff Ainla Hil r laa nls etc tho iiorsotincl of Consrc + iKitiiiK it JrinliltlnffiCrs of the dirterent Studs ooinnianilint othoors of the Army niul Navy uih tluir Mlniiin Tlilt x of lullii StatNliow Klrriion Kotiirnn Party Platf rms oul1 innitteii cniiplctc nriilfs on the nrronoy bald and Silver and a east II lilt II II I i that valualilc iiitnriiiatii The stainltul American almanac authoritative ami com plete oorroMxiiiiliiip in rank with Uhittnkori Almanac In 1 1uriiic PRICE 25 CENTS POSTAGE PAID CarSond all orders to THE HERALD Ilazol Green Ky I rctNroaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa r 0 C J 0 I I i I rLt1rJ 17P 1 7T II Y1I f77r7T7 rLAl i fIJ jlJ7 Z77 r r LY Lz1LL 1J777J 1ZZV77o777777iZI I THE BLUE CRASS NURSERIES I OlTKU KVKUYT1I1XCI FOR OKCHAUD GA11DKN LAWN NO AGENTS 5 yStrawberry timid General Nursery Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky I linniloiiiiH +Vorn nt toll 5I5iinthenIrrNrlc I X YX 11 Ylohiniil urlrl nt lour I rl liitliu I iI 1IIII00rlIII I 6 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