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Digital page images are linked to the text file. frffl3HAZeLrutabllahed GREEN tll R ID ORe11i u JIi tItctaLtllti r The Oldest Most Popular rMost Widely Circulated and Most Quotedt Paper in the Kentucky Mountains O f 1f FOURTEKNTH YEAR HAZEL GREKX WOLFKI COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 19 1S9S NUMBER 7 i j 5 llLLS1ALL l hiscarat bnttl may come oft Most any d Yuow o o 1 Volunteers and regulars will both bLUa Gen Miles has announced that 000 troops will bo sent to Cuba ulnas possible They probablyl rte4uuday I 0 toiAranaonexplodedatkRockl ford jJLdunng a celebration of Doweys nctoryat Manila and a nuinbor of rsidences were damaged o O 0 i mecbajiio at Attloboro has x ife a bronze watch chain of fetal taken from the Maine and dl present it to President Me titj- o 1 o- A special from Madrid says that irs have beta sent to governor awl of the Phillipine Islands stiiat to the doatlFnii attack on 1 0I IMF l r U h necytn vesselstre- g built in Germany Among fm ar vfouc torpedo boat tics wers lich will Iwvot a peelof V miles an hour o OCI t Oneof tho Unitedi StatosWieerst t to opon comm uniuation with jCubauJnsurgenta planted the wrican and Cuban colors side ode on Cuban soil J 00the bodies of MI of tho heroes to lost their lives in tho battle ip Maine in Havana harbor on nightof February lf have boon ei in tho potters HuM at Koy tt j 1 0 0 h honor of Doweys victory at ails Herbert Griffith engineer the steel works at Bristol Pa iled tho big smokestack 130 feet A and thing an Americnnjlag lie breeze o O O Washington dispath says that k signedkto Admiral Dewey ho used a aly poarl and gold ornamented older and n geld pen which 11 twompany tho resolution to hero of lnuiRI001GtKi European powers to join U JltoronHon between the tetl States and Spain This she bed to do it is said rnthor I frofnhyordsring missioned immmlintoirI 01 dish people of Hong Kong victorybelieve PhillipincsillBritish control when e tar ends and bocomo a part of t ThisaelVect of greatly sing tho importance of Brit t Chinnt 0 0 Ip mperor William during a rOe nversation with Mr White I Jjkd States ambassador said Ia unportnnt that Aruoricn uotthinkthateithormyselfu government entertain unI Yfeelings toward the union- S coquenco of the war with i Tho millions of Germane3 understandaI Y their Fatherland did not on 1 friendly fooling in this II 1 toward their now homo Jz x SANJUABONBAllbEDThel I I Work on the Fortifications and Reduced the Forts in About Three Hoursn 00 ONE AMERICAN MARINE KILLED AND SOME WOUNDED f rww But andOurWorth Bagley Among Those Who Were Killed n OO THE FLYING SQUADRON 1 GONE TO KEY WEST TO JOIN SAMPSONS SQUADRON oo And Sampson and His Fleet are Hunting the High Seas for the Caps Verde Fleet Whichis Pushing Hard to Capture Our Cuban Coast Blockaders Tho Iowa Fred tho First S1otI TORT AU PiiN7J Alay1 12 =Tho All rllnn Hoot under Hour Admi ral Sampson1 luimbardod Porto Pico today With niiu warship Ill nr rived boforc Snn Juan jut bcforo snnriso ThoI Iowa lirodl tIll tint shot which took otYrct lien the hnttJ hip Indiana opiiicd tiro and in n fov minute Moro Fort was nl heap of ruins TIll fort made littlII effort to rispond IllliWl5 silenced i almostt Iimmediately rIll Spanish f stonmor Kitu was captured by tit United States auxiliary eruisgr Yalo which took her Crow on hoard Thousands of till population tadll foreign consuls have sought ufugc in tits interior of the iislands 1 The Roport OonfirmcdIj j MADIUP I May 112 A dispatch from Martinique to El Ileraldo confirms the report of the arrival of the Cap Verdo siuadron at Fort do FrlnclII MAnmn Slay l12 Uermejo admitted on Thursday evening that tho Capo Verde squadron iis at Fort do Franco Martinique o AMerici8 First Dead roll at Cardenas- KKY WKT May 1ntericns j first dead foil yesterday in a fierce nnd bloody combatton Cardenas I monlworowoundod on tho torpedo boat Wins i low Tho lend are Worth BII ly ensign John Varvaros oiler j John Dauiola first class fireman 11 Meek first class fireman Josiah Tunnel colored cabin cook The I wounded arc H E Cox gunners i mato D McKeown quartormas ter J Patterson firoman F Gray j 1ient1B Bornardou Tho battle lasted an hour and twenty minutes between tho toqw do boat Winslow tho auxiliary tug Wil1l1ing1ton donas batteries and four gunboats on the other side 0 The Forts at San Juan Bombarded SAN JUAN PORTO Bleu Mav 155 Tho forts of San Juan do Puerto I Uico were bombarded by part of Roar Admiral Sampsons fleet this morning The enemys loss iis be lieved to bo heavy Tho American loss is two mon killed and seven men injured After three hours firing tho admiral withdrew the floot and heading for Koy West snilU I nm satisfied with tho mornings work I could bare Ukon San Juan but I have no force to hold it I only wanted to administer punishment This 1 intro done 1 came for the Spanish floot nod not for San Juan Tho American ships wOro unin jured TIlt engagementt began at- e lo a in nnd ondud at 815 njm Tho enemy batteries wero not silenced t and they returned shot for shotI 0 A Formidable Spanish rleot at St Pierre St PIKKIM MAKTIXIQKl May ill There iiII flotilla of eight Span ishi warships and seven torpedo vossrls in tilt vicinity of this island IIt is supposed that apart of this flotilla is heading northwest It is positivelyI known that a part of the Spanish flotilla is cruising about near Martinique keeping watch on the Tnilid States auxiliary cruiser Harvaad Tho Span ish torpedo vessels have been run ning in and out of Fort do Franco all day Tho commander of tho Harvard which iis in the harbor of St Pierre has asked permission to remain there seven days to make repairs to sart disabled machinery The French authorities have granted tho time but her commander has been notified that when repairs have boon completed ho must give 21I hours netico before lighting Many1 flashes of light presuma bly signals between war vessels were seen on SL Pierre tonight u Spanish Fleet at Curacoa CniACOA May lfiIho Spanish cruisers MariaI Teresa Viscaya Almirante Oquomlo anti Cristobol Colon anti tho torpedo boat ties troyers Pluton and Furor which arrived off tthis harbor yesterday morning are still here Only the Maria Teresa and Vis cnn wero admitted to port They have bought loll provisions anti medicines and still remain in port The other wnrships are outside waiting 0 Will Join Sampsons Squadron CAN HAYTIAN May 15rho United States torpedo boat Porter anti storeship Supply which have been here waiting orders sailed to jnin Admiral Sampsons squadron The squadron passed Capo liny tian today H is uncertain wheth or it will turn southward to moot tho Spanish fleet or go first to Koy West Further than this ita where abouts is unknown Old piq crs 20 cents per hundred t h Going to tho Southern Coast of Cnba WASHINGTON ID C May 15 It is tho best judgment of thopo IIPltrtllcoast of Cuba It put into Dutch West ladies at Curaoao whore there iis direct onblo communion Lion with Havana and Madrid to learn of tho effect of tho bombard mont of San June and the location of Admiral Sampsons I lot Fromlt1 thence it is believed it will sail at full speed for Cienfuegos From this latter city there is rail com munication with Havana as well as by telegraph IItst appearance on the south coastt of Cuba will in terrupt for tho nonce tho blockade of that portion of the island Tho Navy Department now moro than over in keeping closely guard ed tho orders to Admiral Sampson Naval exports however nro of tho opinion that if we are to have n battle with tho Spanish fleet wo must go after it For this reason it iis tho inference that Sampson will take the windward passage nmni go in search of it anti follow it up If the enemys Hoot pushes on to Havana the squadron of Commo dore Soh ley ought to roach tho neighborhood that port in time to intercept it If it does an on gagementt is likolon Tuesday or Wednesday next week 0The Flying Squadron sound for Kty West CHAIUKSTON S C May 16 Four vessels of war comprising the major portion of the flying squadron Commodore Sob Joy an chored off Charleston bar 0 miles from Charleston at t80I this afternoon after having boon at son for three days without a sign of tho Spanish cruisers or nun boats in this locality Tho only incident of tho trip from Hampton lloadfl was tho hold ing up of n British steamer that did not display its flag Sho proved to be tho British steamer Elsie with n load of phosphate rock and was allowed to proceed Tho squadron has been ordered to Key West and sails tonight 0sImportant Developments Looked For Tho navy department is now in communication with tho several squadrons Developments of im parlance are looked for in tho nonr future o Tho Spanish torpedo boat Ter ror is disabled nt Fort do Franco Martiniqo J f r CAMPS EQUIPMENTS Thirty nov Vocruits from lien kinsvillo arrived at Lexington last Thursday 11 0 I Alonzb Niokoll of White Oak ii- n ia member of Praters cavalry Ho unlisted Sunday R r o o Thirty men joined tho Barbour villo cavalry whilo it was on tho way to Lexington 0 1 Gov lirndloyowill issue no com missions until tho xogiiuouUuaiA mustered iu complete V M A Hogan of9the Third regi must is in Lexington orgnuizing a baud for his regiment o o o limo First Ohio cavalry 551 mon passed through Lexington Sunday entente to Chickamauga o o q C H Chiunbirs a Sta Collego cadet has been appointed first sergeant of Capt Frank Roynoldexcompany o r- oe lieutt Nanboda reoruiUngifdrtho Sixth U Si cavalry Ideated now at Thnipft nml stint six ni w men from lust weekLexington uj Jo I Home fur tho two cavalry com panics mm at Lexington will bo bought at Lexington byOapt Bal lance of tho regular army III o 0 Four regiments of Indiana vole unteers passed through Lexington Sunday over the Cincinnati South ern onroute to Chickamauga 0 o o Lieut Johnson of the Tenth U S cavalry is at Lexington recruit ing negroes for his regiment Ho got several recruits at Louisville o e o Dr J B Palmer and Dr John Freeman of Louisville have been appointed surgeon mild assistant surgeon respectively of tho First regiment o a o- Praters cavalry hind an election for officers at Lexington last week at which N P Howard was olectwi first and McClellan hash second lieutenants o o o Regimental surgeons will rank as majors nod receive a salary of 2500 per annum Tho assistant surgeons rank as first lieutenants and got 1000 n year o e o Floyd Bailey who worked herein tho saddle shop of John Pioratt is a member of Jeff Praters cave airy company but hits not yet had a final medical examination o a It The following noncommission ed officers have boon appointed for Salyorsvillo cavalry troop station ed at Camp Bradley First Sor k goant Chas A Atkerson Quar termaster Sergeant Walter Gard nor Sergeants Clarence Adams Smith Brown Jackson Bailoy limos B Blanton D 110 Thomp ti son Corporals Will Atkorsou James lIt Hammott Lewis G Howard B J ilownrd Stephen Frazier Kruost Arnott Leandor eARiHiior Jasper Jenkins eaddlor Floyd Bailey blacksmiths S 0 Rico and Jh C Little trumpoteni B F Osborn and J B HaslcTne At first there was quito a good dewt Y of discontent among the cayalry and several deserted aud+ turned homo But they scout to have goty f down to working order now 31a 4k a y r- F s s= x i r J i THE HERALD xIOUOOOPEI Wter HAZEL GREEN K- YTHUItSDAYMny 10 1SOS Announcements Wo nro nuthorUcil to unuouneo JOHN IIOAUNKIl of Winchester Clurk county III n candidate tor CongrcM In thU tlio Tenth tllitrlct subject to the action of the JCIIIOI ormtlo party We urn nuthnrUeil to niniotincn Hon TUGS Y FlTPATUirK lre ton hurK Floyd county us a cniullitntc for reelection to congress from the Tenth district subject to the action of the Democratic party TUB commercial convention at Louievillo lout week WIIH generally roproaontoil from nil part of till Htnto anti it is thought much goodwill result from tho exchange of ideas thoro expressed A banquet ht tho Gait HOUBO where 5HK cov tTB wore lnklendedl tho program TUB navy now on the high sons costs tho United State government 50000 a day oxpoiwoH Tho army daily expense account IH perhaps ne much more null to these mutt bo added the original cost of the voBBola and equipments There iii fun in fighting but it is tough onI finance Ors MRRRITT will embark fromI San Francisco about Juno 1 withI 12000 troops for tho Phillipine mostly volunteers from Wyoming Colorado KansiiH Montana Utah NohniRkn North Dakota Idaho Wellingtoni Oregon nod Califor nino11w Fuurtoonth infantry a fow cavalry and artillery ttroops will lio thoonlj rtigularri available I for the expeditiont II tI Tin city council of Louisville last weak voted tho city printing to Tho Dinpatch of that city thus recognizing it as tho olnVial organ of tho Democratic party of Louin ville Tho 1 legislature hint winter Votes it tho oUicial organ of stato Democracy and months boforo tho party itself had individually de clared it till only exponent of tho JolTnrtuminn duct Vi nlumnnnting in Louisville 1U worth std work it Las won its way nnclollII itn hero to Him NNN TIMH compliment to ttlu soldiers rtf KrtHtern Kentucky appeared in the Lexington Herald of Saturday and boars tho ear marks of Col H filekin riclgo 41 AnlI tthere were dipt Dick Carrfl men from tho Itig Sandy unit Ashland If it bo 0 their tinny to take part in battle thoro will bo a good account of them Stalwart clear in health lithe an panthers bravo as mon of the hills always urn thou suits of Kentucky are lit to ho the color guard of an itrmyt N- THIMIK is u growing opinion at Key West thatt the openly oxprenni od sympathy of Franco for Spain in ttaking on a serious phase and thatt she s furnishing the latter material aid It has boon charged E that tho Lafayette which was ro leased after boitig captured whilo i trying to run tho Cuban blockade carried to Culm arms and several V Spanish oilicers in disguise it is suspected that French gunners are also at work in Cuba as tho tiring upon tho two American warships at Cardenas was too accurate for tint Spanish gunners MAXY of the companies now in- C tnmpat Lexington failed to till k on account of tho strict medical 4examination null lit ib announcedll- tv lkww firSt t w from headquarters that 200 more men can bo accommodated There is a chance for some of tho patri otio young men of Wolfp and Mor gnu to join Jolt Praters cavalry also The pay SH good tho service good and tho cause good Then why not jino J5y and by the boys who are now joining the army will return as heroes and you who dont go will thou kick yourselves i for not doing so Hotter ho serv ing your country at a fair salary than loafing away your lifo in tho livery of tho devil as far too many are doing N II II TIMI situation in Spain is indeed gloomy if Tho Heraldo a Spanish paper published at Madrid truly presents it in tho following II Our warships have boon destroyed our brethren in Manila are besieged Cuba is blockaded anti our troops there aro abandoned to Providence Puerto Rico is threatened and tony ho about to receive tho enemy V lire Our squadron iis sailing in search ofU supreme engagement and hero there is no government All Spain is convulsed with a ter rible social crisis anti is famine stricken It is wavering between a state of siege and absolute anarchy nod where n brilliant light should appear there is absolute darkness indecision flight There is no gov eminent no ministry There is nothing N Tin Puritan boars tho very hon orablo distinction of being tho most powerful monitor over constructed by any tuition and the boast that she iin tho equal of any battleship of tho world is well supported by her equipment in armament and tumor Her keel wits laid in ISir and site was commissioned Decem her 10 1SVIO and assigned tn the North Atlantic station with C FI Harrington as commander The Puritan is L80 foot l0 inches lung 00 feet 1 inch beam and silo huts a moan draught of 18 fret liar en gines are of tho horizontal com pound type of H700 indicated horse power operating twin screws giving i her a maximum speed of llknots per hour She is sheathed with stool armor plate III1 inches thick on tho sides 8 inches on the turrets and M inches on tthe bar bettes Her armamentt consists of four 12inch breechloading rides and two I 1inch ripidfiro guns in her twain battery six Upouudor rapidfire four Ciatlinge andt two millimeter Hotchkiss revolving cannons in hor secondary battery Her1 full crow complement iis L7 ollicers and Uii men Silo cost to build il7vSOHi1 henry Pioratt was out Sunday taking a buggy ride with Dr John Taulbeo and enjoyed it very munch He now suitors more front rheum atism titan anything else and that keeps him from gutting about 1 llobt Brooks and Kelley NickelI who wont to Lexington Sunday to see tho soldiers luring tho tows that Arbury 1 rooks foiled to pass tho rigid medical examination and will ho homo u turn fete days Spanish Gunboat Callao Captured WASHINGTON May IrTile fol lowing was received by tthe Navy Department today from Admiral DUlY Cavile Suadron main touting a strict blockade Helievu rebels are hemming in the city by land but they have made no di- monstration Thoro is a scarcity of provisions in ManilaI Probable that time Spanish governor will bo obliged to surrender soon trait take Manila at any momeot Cli mull hot and moist On slay I12 captured the gunboat Casino at tempting to run blockade Ono Urilish rue French two Gorman nUll ono Japanese vessel aro hero observing i fTl I fear Granny Metcalfe sveosllt tlL ltti 1mt lfrltt anoS tktt iil xnt UI rf t- hrfh ml ImiI t m JI this hxt trn wU ilnttni ulIhlTiesU Mum little ultk hdrtnht It 1Illu dnrSpit uth i emiht W trp till ttir haItlli tlnx ud wtl M l W IIbe1 lu Uu U A M t lMlMB llitlti8lir 4iM4 l7i DR BELLS Pine Tar Honey Is pout hy n11 drlllgtstst or rent upon rttfIIt uf irUf IV bv mill it I wr Iwlllr by Tk K i hathrrlud 14ltI fiJMt lit warwanFOR WATCHES GOOD ONES at 360B- ETTER ONES at 600 AA AND I IVAKI S l And Watch Repairing Ile TO FRED J HEINTZ ir 1 Main t at IixiNiTox IKY I r Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tiblo In Effect May 15 1898 EAST HOUND STATIONS NolI j jaiyvi Dailv I Similar i punAtuupuntvtarlnrpmIluirlleI pinImliiiiiI i t punlimyI pinStuntmiI pinFllionI ptuDiilnlcc1 pmNatl pinTiirruntpinMcatlyvVi innlthnlpieloekhnuI VEST BUUNIdO 11 STATIONS nails tx No 1t Suiiiliiy Dnlly Jackson pinAtholI I iinThrioFkhC pmIA1 I I 1111jllIrI1I1I I 1 pinSlantonFlUoii I pinJliiyi I 3011lIdrllrII I I t I I pinWiiivlioMlur pn1stunI I pmLctlletloJ IIt MAI5iiiilMaiiHKir IlItIMllm fj nm It Jm A luxlttru 111111IllrlllllllllI cure r u1c nails anti all otlur forms 01 iI 1 atI the or NinralKia Hoadacho Cured Froo liy Kamplo mallcil you If thin 1 piper inl imiitiouiMl T1 hr inort promptly hfinlaohcn arc rflioviil the loss frtMinimt will be tliiir return until pcrmn hiiitly viiroil S u I11 In nil tlriiKKht hI so OKXTS A lIux CoI YOU GO TO LEXINGTO IIPthis week next week or any other week ASK FOR 4OO 500 1 50J- Oj OO rwwa SUITS They are Great Values and Beauties dam AT oou Louis Gus StroHS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY rThey banish pain and prolong life R1 PANNo matter what the matter is one will do you k good and you can get ten for five cents Anrwtr1f + vkrtranilnlnu11W5fl without iIuu ertoralr rtnpaIrnhdlhrreeesFratI I II nuns tIIAIII MI UI tirI iw Ynrhr r nnrlf rAI1 I Tf1CIJ11Iurtttraqi nl IttwrllfliS t1 Ulfdrtufthworldwref I I41a a BfSTaRED IAHNDOD oPa oRIw 561 fh trrptIIIIIt rue and all nr mtilunilrouiDhItnIronours1ilhnrrnurOPIIlnwb1ruuqllnunnr wrlllll r 00rIrt mEYER HH K IGHEJ I ITIits AMI Joitiiius or- FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY I GoodsINOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St Snarl It 31rl- rrold 11 CINCINNATITIK IIW 1y P NORRIS Court Stenographer Examiner JACKSON KY Court reporting nr tuiioliini Shorthand In IhIIIIIItlO1I1I Yt iONE GIVES I FOB SALII tI- I Doslrlnc to close out my builof place I otter fur sale nil of Ins I Blacksmith Carriage and I Wolkelsli- I I Wood i cnnsistingI tlf tilt hdctt mnllels A ttrlal ami Supplii u great tarlrtl j bet quality AIiso Two Saddle and Barnes W GOOD OSES1 aged f old Ii 1tATfeJ fcctly itafo fur any one to lrlfe 110t clam ISuirirv nil Ilnniess i upsIcan necnro liuricniim hv cllIhlll rZ an JOHN II IIOSK lIiiuI GET XOURUItJI1 1buI i 7- ii BiliousnesstTeiutol by torpid HVIT which prevents llgcr ttantnd permits food to finuont mid jmtrlty In ottteb TUun follow dizziness headache I Hoods IIIII I N lint tlmutftto the stomach the liver cure 11I11I1IIh ilr liit ron t roure 1111101 Hllht liv all ilniK II tot itli fillJonlY11II5 take lIumllarsIII r nn THE HERALDs Mrs S B on Monday Major W J1 Soil of WoHt Lib orty tens interviewing merchants hero Tuesday anti Wodncsday 0 Miss Mary Tylor told SU rn Al1 ton visited relatives and friends in Magoflin Saturday tend Sunday u YOU MUST burn putt blood for health Hoods iNiiMiimrillu niirllUs till liluod lulu Hoods Sur aparillu if ytm would BE WELL Mrt Lou Day loft Saturday for Lexington and ILouisville and will havo her oyes ttreated at till tatter place Misses ICmma and NicioMcuiro of Oiner Morgan county were in town Monday to purchase hats oft tire Kaslu Mrs Hoc Day will pleasi accept the thanks of tho editor and his botter 2 for 1a nice bunch of very fine pie plant cc Dr Taulheo reports the birth of a Hno boy to tho wife of loo tit f of Stillwater Tuesday night Max t 11 Ova Dfwey Married on Sunday lust at tthe residence of the brides futher IelV Hrewer tJreenberry JUibingmi andI r Miss Hrewer A h tter from Frank IKash to his mother Mrs Dr Dash brings tho vows that ho is elirhing in a store atJoplin City Mo- Kreling Lyldns and Mr llonton will preach at Consolationt next Saturday afternoon at a oclock and Sunday morning at 1 111 MrKSUIvashI retttrmd Sunday from West Liberty att which place she way busy all tiny Saturday and fur into tho night selling tints and bonnets Mrs C IK Doc Kash tilts boon Quito ill for uomo days past and 1hyricinnreiortsl condition The store of 1ierattV Murphy of this place was burglarieil Sat urday night but beyond a few cartridges and sonIA plug tobacco nothing was missing Mrs JimJ i Tom Piurutlt will leave tomorrow morning for Stt Melons dnughtorMrsi acmmintances for a fortnight or more birs lonnie 1ioratt and Mre Willox of Mlackwator were hero Momluy shopping and Mrs 1ie ratt bought a hat of Mrs Rnih preparatory to a visit to Monlgom wy count Loxiugionnll as troops lntrwttHIIliti l hlIolI I isUusj rusticating rotroat of Joe Rose on Lacy crook paintingtIn0 of Mr Hose About I ronnlyII f nuthing I r i 1 t I S A lottor received Monday fromI CinIoinnntipeople that J T Day will say have onIot I exhibition noxt week tho largest most complete anti most mngiiifi cent stock of goods over shown iinI hazel boon and asks intending buyers to inspect tho stock before they purchase elsewhere Ho alsoI says that the pricos will enable purchasers to carry away a big l1 of goods with the outlay of very littlo money which moans that noI man can sell lower than tho Hack iet store will soil nighburglarst Wilmore Kendall anti stole a suit ofclothes n pair of new punts ote and at Coon Womacks resi dence they took a Ift1 Intlilswll1 i ate a lot of pies and cakes and car ried away some pies cakes and1 preserves which Mrs1 Womack hail specially prepared for Sunday dn 1101 in anticipation of tic preach ers presence Hut whether InfStevenson wont hungry deponent sayeth nut Providence probably pointed him to another place Miss1 i Maggie Klam1ff Caney was I hero Monday foul bought a prtnI lint of Mrs Knish ostensibly fur tthe commencementt entertainmenti t but our man about tV II ijwon dering if his bright fyil little friend doesnt couti mplatv main mony Girls of sweet sixteen are so coy eo HhIIIItI so cute that one 1111rowt Dr Taulbne reports the birth of I Itwin girls to tthe wife of Kichard1 A Ohihlers of Maytwn With the advent of tthese two the aggre gate is 1 Ii children to the credit of Mr it Mrs Childers and Dick has two more to his creditt by his first wife A grind total of 15 for Mr1 Childer who iis yet a young 111111I is a record to which he point with pride Tho program on Monday even iing of commencementt wook att tlw1 academy will consist of ttxyo parts1 vis First Part Drills maivhs songs ote etc by time pupils of I I the primary and intermediate de partments Second PnrtDtltllt l uetitli The Constitution of t the lInited States is not Commen surate to tho Growth of the Na lion Dr JI A Taulbeo requests us to norate that he wishes to got thctII names of nil who desire to onlist in Inited States army for service during the Spanish A nurican war in ovont more troops are needed Jle wants athletic healthy young men between the ages of ll1ll1ul 111ii years Now iis the timo to show your patriotism I Sunday at tho Christian lhmuhII the for sermons will I t topics ntI 1 II1 1 in Conrl sjJl II1t11ti at tip m Tho latter topic is suggested by Captain Deweys grand victory illjI the Phillipines at Manila sovoral i days ago You aro cordially invited to be present at both services Dr Nickoll reports till birthof a boy baby to the wife of William i I Sparks Friday night also to the i wifei ufJAndy Caldwell on Siimlay night a boy Hooruits for Hepubij limn ranks and of course Nickoll J iis Iljoicil1gII Lester n I of this plum told student ut JIazel 111clltstt1tion mutt was mustered in Lester is a good buy and will mrko a tiptop soldier Wonderful are tinman liy IfoodV JNU annrlllti nod yet It llit only lifcauso v tlu onu true blood puriUur It rnakt pure rich licaUliy lifegiving blood t Hoods Pills for the liver null bowels let oiwll yet proniptlv 26c 750 Round Trip Tomst to Lexlagtoa AB two go to press Mr Scott re quests us to announce that tho L it E will run a special train next Sunday anti tho faro from Torrent to Lexington nod return will bo only 75 coma for tho round trip Miss Louollen Garter of Maytown milyILacy of this place and together TufII Kit A ii ollico Saturday to see UH myatericH Ntiver Igo away from homo with out a hottlo of Dr Bulls Pino Tar Honey Change of climate change maybringthis famous remedy will cure Elder Jim Tom Pioratt will begin a meeting ut Zoohnriah Loo coun ity tomorrow night anti continuo over Sunday and from thoro ho goes to hid regular appointment at JolTornonvillo Tioktewu for tho first Saturday and Sunday Dr Nickoll reports the still birth Iofn boy baby to tho wife of K S Crain of Clifty ono day last week Mrit Mrs1 Crain who have been married 1U years hero boon pecu liarly unfortunate They have had nine children boru to them six of which were dead MemorialI I Day tho UOth of May will bo tho biggest tiny Lexington has soon for quite a whilo Excur sione will be ruu U tht city from all over the state and 50000 pee plo will bo there A feature of the dny will be a parade in which nil tilt troops will probably take part 1fur Hriuiit will be clubbed with the Ctlllu1illfIUPC at the price unused 111 lira Ircii twice it week f1 00 I II JxuliTllle IIhutehIucrklv I Oi II Niw York Illliunc weekly I 00 I Cinehunelliiiynlrerurekly I till II tour rJournsItnue nwIkc I INl y lliiiivillv IVit Quay J M The ninny thefts that arc occur ing in this suet ion clearly indicate that we an rapidly appniaching civilialion Railroad Engine- erI to D nef1tt rcci ed From Dr Miles Remedies t- TUFJm IU uo more rrnpomlblo portion thus tlutt urn railroad uiiBln icr On tits ntcndy iif rvrs clear brain Jirlslit cyo fat iiurfpc Jdf foiniiiuiultifp- om the safety it thb train and the UVCB of lu iasviiKHr lIr Mill Nervlno and ntJjcr romtdli tri csjxxInHy adopted to ki ilns tbo nirvrn steady the liniln close and tin iiiuutulI fiituItliH till I mrill I fc1 I iiunicr F W Mliy fnluly of 1X- 3llronilivty Coitnrll iISliilTft ut now ri lillnR utaill lJIjinboMtSt Denver wrltit that ho nuiUtnl fur ycttni fioiucoastiijitlon cuiu IIIR sick nnrvoui and lilllous lienonclici and hue fuUy restored to health by Dr Mlles rrroZ Idrer fills I linirtllv rcCOIUUIVIld P Dr Jules Itciueillen Ir Mile Itrmedlcf Inru sold by all drua pUU ttnilvr n positive CuiiiVtitoo iillit bottlt boiirlU4 or money ro funded Hook on die eases of the linart end nnrvis tree Address DCI MILKS MEDICAL CO dkhart tad lo eiaILhttWNCH1Tlat KY N If VITIIEK8rOON Irc lilrn- llll HUNTEIttMhler Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hunk solicits the account of mer clinnt rumen trnilcri end builncin men gemrnllyI throughout Enetcrn KtllltiekT suQ nlfers Ile customers every facility aDI- IIhl meet Ilbcral terllill within the 11111 t of- lrltluIatu banking uetUly y + FOIBlOnOW88ks11 4 III have been confined to my roomd a Uri ii I am still unable to look 1 alter ay business 100 HOPESf that every man without furtheroappeal will call on H C QUICKuBALL at my store AND PAY hist a account at once- I must havo lomo money in order t t 1 to meet my obligations and make this last appeal before placc1 ing your accounts in tho hands of ianAttorney for collection You will not ignoro this appoalc 1 if you have a lymaathiziuq Respectfully sonlII j H F PIERATT qt THE 0 t RACKET STORE Ins boon removed from tho John Host cornor niul consoli dated with my main store Mr McLIN will visit tho marketH of Cincinnati neXt wool and stock up on all lines of Uptodate Goods and the store will ho run on tho racket system henceforth itthat is when youi take IIgoods you pitY tho cash That is tthe WilY JI buy and1 to enable mo 1 towvo you money on every purchase that is tho way you ss- tnilst PHY jjrVIMIK1 lIEUTI is still wttli mo UK HilrMimii niul lie will lhllKlnel to NCO nil of liU olil fritmil at liU new Miuiil I Imvo tilt Mock had prlctH willlio tin low in tho lowcui In fact down to nod IHock Thanking you for ianl initronnec unil holicitini your future favors I remain rClIHctfullrlJ J IDAY t 0 Q 2JS itaaaaaaaaaaaaaat rl I QV 0 LLZYZZY 7ZL7J LV az LUlalali P1Jl r eS VlC rmlSg C 2LZiz777L74 7 7 i7J7izz THE BLUE CRASS NURSERIES OFKKH KVKKYTHINO FOIL OUCJIAUD GAItDIrNNO AGKNTS KirStrHwlKrry Anti Gviicrul Nurnory Cntnlouucn on npillciilbn to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky i I iWrllnItII1Ji ulwi ferelrrl niHiiii i WorlilVi Ye fr tNNEDUCATIONJTI i yonnjr hint IT vumtf tvoiufth who would win UUCCM In life TliU bnlnir conceded It IIn of the hit ImiMirtniiCg lit get your tnilnliiu nt the chnnl that elnlide In the very front rinkthaYBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LoulsvllleKvi BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY I t Write for hrnutllul honk Klvlnt lidtliimnlnln from pinitDalct ail silliIto Y i+ rII d by fttlnft All WlllTKIUVIItJ ItltIUMATIl1OtjIiIIht i iittN the brutriimpie seal free on uienllon Ills jiuuJIenUoB TfIE 111 111111 AMidsMKCKI 1NK CO South IKiid Jndlmin t- a p t t P r rWtl xPrt 1 BwouQO Springs Sayings t Ttio frtrmcTH of this section arc IItnrty t mono plnlltlllgcoru Hnrry Cecil of Grassy gave us n picas ant visit Sunday +1 George Clnrk of Tollvor gavo na a bus mess call Saturday Miss Ilcbccca Samples spent Snttirdo and Sunday at hor homo on Innrcl Mrs Jose Swnngo nudon of Hault Grcon nro vidtlngI in thls community Mrs Harmon Svvango who minired n very pninful Mtrylciil operation lnl wed is doing as well as could he expected Thomas Clear has gone to Irenchhnrt to look him out a location intending tu wove there in the near future May 10 UNO Hows This We oiler One Hundred Volhm Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bi cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J C11KXEY ft CO Props Toledo Ohio We time undcnsIyMiMl have known I1 Cheney for the lut 15 genre mind believe him perfectly honorable hinU huslnesi trllI KIll tlo II ami Ilininilally nblu to curry outntiy oMlRiUlons mnde by heir inn WlHTifc1lUVX Uliylusiilf DrnjfijistM Toledo O 1VAlmINIIi1NNtNtt MuvIN1holuvnle Druggie Toledo 0 halls Catarrh CUrl Iis taken internally acting directly upon time blood and mu cous surfaces of the system Price 7ks per bottle Sold by nil druggists Ten timonials free n s A j Halls Family Iills are the beatrj r Tollvor Topics W T McNnbb of Hazel Jrecn was in louver Monday Miw Molllo Cox went to Pomcroyton Saturday whopping 4 i A It Swango of Hwango Springs was on the farm last wek Childrens Day at Maytown Saturday beginning at 7IO oclock Mrs Nanniu Kash of Public Squnrl was in town Monday shopping Tom brown and Hiss Lillie Patrick of Maytown went to fHazel Green last week TIn Klkins swapped horses with Hob Grain last week I think there was a dol mar III the trade J It McNabb lout n fine huifer last Saturday She got between two logs and itHild not get out Henry Ward of Hard Green academy was in Tolivcr Saturday aunt Sunday teeing his parents and friends The report that Frank Mannin was drowned Iis false He is at Fortress Mon roe Vn He says he is more than anxi one to fight the Spaniard May II 8111 alt Nelsoai Hawaiian Hair Ellxer This Is to wo handled certlCrthat t Nelsons for ten months and can truthfully say that tlm nalo of it Ipbenominal We have old ten time as much of it as of nil other hair preparations combined our sales mounting to over 500 bottles seven other drug stores in the city handling it byfarmarket Respectfully WIUON DKUII Co Lexington Ky Leo Gordon Company East Mnln Street KyMy two years ago to fall out and I was nearly bald After using Nelsons Hair Uestoraliyo it hue produced n new suit of hair and has toPllCd it from falling out I used two mind find that it will do till that ho claims for it Oct 6 189S L H GOIIDONV Spencer Cooper Agent for Itrcathilt Mngoflln Morgan Menofeo and Wolfe counties 1 per Iottle- Stillwater Spirklos T P Dunn is visiting in ItrcatbUt county this week Frank Murphy was at the old Baptist church with his best girl D D Uoso is expecting to start his distillery again right away Rev Henry Taylor will preach nt the f Huchanan school house next Sunday Thomas 1hlpps of Morgan count was on tho creek Saturday and Sunday G W Ilaulsoy passed through hero ono day last week with n flue bunch ofr cattle r G n Rogo and Win Ituchannan SilL urday had a fencing on tho formers farm and n nice danco at night All be hayed well and Iiad n good time a Wuh Bwango has gone with his faint r ly to tho Indian Territory lIe will lo ute near his brothorin lar J D Chain r bate who iiu been there some UfflCi 4i t 4 Era1 + fi s41 Tho Mormon elders ore still pawing 1 lirronglf ftllscmfrilfyi Three passed here last week There was n fine meeting at the Still water bridge last Sunday and immersidn by baptism Miss Mnlvey Smith and Miss Mollio Cecil visited at C 0 Cardwcils Sntur dayami Sunday T M Taylor our carpenter is At Cnnptnn at work and waiting for a call to go and right Spain I Miss Malvie Smith haw quit school at i I Campton and conic to 11 IJ Carrolls to make her home for awhile Please excuse me for not writing for a few weeks and return my thanks toMr Witon for his poetical notice Thomas Tolson went to Lcxinttton on the excursion to sen the soldiers drill Ho says ho dont what to be a soldier Died on this creek At her homo on last Saturday Mr + John Price She was burled Sunday at the Murphy graveyard W L Turner who has twice enlisted lin the U S army and Borer served n teen passed through hero ton his way home to Frozen Stilt water is on n boom for certain She has A new postoflice established At Cardwclls store with MIl Maud Cnrd well an poatmiatrcHj The name is Land saw There was n good crowd at tho old baptist church at thu lnat meeting Hov ttnUIpreached first tumid vat followed by rtltml wJmo disagreed with cud per sonated Hall considerablyff May 10 t l OMWiA When You WTIC haws nicrbu furl l 1 HKUAIII rt only CO CENTS A VI tIt mind if its printing of any kind you are titter this ollico COTI ylo it better mural cheaper than anybody Ir All parties indebted to me or to tho flan of Hose ft Davis mire requested to call and settle immediately Respect fully Jolts H Rosn pChat John Cecil and wife wero visiting in this vicinity Sunday Mort Fieratt passed through hero looking awful tough Rev fetcher Darker was a guest of W H Itlankenship last week Lykens and Denton will preach at Consolation Sunday at 11 oclock Cal CundlfTand family of Lacy creek wcro visiting W J Wallace Sunday J G Old field owns a calf that weigh ed 01 pounds when it was 4 days old Rob Day anti Moody Lacy wore rust eating in this neighborhood this week Supple Jack gives good witnesses to bis fish story but T dont believe a word of it John Whltakcr and wife of Orncr postoffico passed through hero on their way homo Misses MaryBlaltop Hester anti Llllie Havens and Willie Tcsterman were nt meeting It Consolation Sunday Aunt Sally Ollla plo whose illness has been reported died Monday evening at I oclock She passed oflquletly and was thought to bo sleeping Sho leaves n host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss May 10 Tins nAKP Stock SalesFriday Tho CjncjnrmU Livestock Record of Friday gives the following as tho best prices for that dRY heat pjrlcO for cattle 180 Top price for calves f700 Top price of hogs 450- Mcst sheep brought 100 neat lambs brought 700 The above were actual sales but it should bo borne in mud that they repre sent tho best of 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