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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tar s 1 sb s y i ypr A- 1IflIE HAZEL GREEN HERALD==== Established i March 4 1885 Mado Famous In the Story of It Jonathan and HU Continent by Max ORell a S t coor rTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Maintains lW83S w rFOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 2 1803 NUMBER 0 v HON JOHN E GARNER rmphtlcnlly n lirltMnde AIn r i IWI vfnt Not Horn or llnnrel lu the IMP ur IuurrI- a about fur weck from this time A Democratic convention which meets e tWeit Liberty Ky on tho 23rd of Jane will select the standard bearer o f Democratic party in thisI districtI nt congressional election the approaching In rnmnipmllnctakesplensurnlbe un favorable consideration of the to the iu ocracv of this district tho name of Boo John I Goner of Winchester Ho Ii- ospbatically II11 for that Important position a lIelfmntle mnn who wn luxuryIt rd who bAS never hall the mcany or tlr n opportunity of devoting much of hiy Mme to the cultivation of his well knowl iI jfcjiry tastes but who under the most dttHO circumstances has won for him df an enviable reputation for sterling UUgrity nod for commanding ability inI to estimation of all who know him He has never heretofore sought or had 1 political preferment of any kind butler three terms ho lUll beets chosen by council of Winchester ast1M common I mayor of said town and in that import Mt position he brought to the discharge elf his duties a degree of industry integrity ability and fidelity which fully ibts his fitness for the performance off eduties of a ptTRlic trust of any kind He has always been an earnest Demo tat i and for ninny years past ho hasI aide an active canvass of his own coun tyiaraccs where he was not himself candidate but where the success of tli- putt e was involved Having himself sprunc from the com ton people every feeling of his hearl- ad every fibre of his nature have iliays been in touch with that class o- people fj II n against thu iiii r nsini en OMchments of money and monoi ikose constant nines have been directedI It the interest of the few and against the interest t f the many which no j cwjtitutcs one of the gravest dangers by whIch the people of this country are lltwtcncd He was therefore n pioaeei- lbehalfI of free and unlimited coinage ef silver in which the common poop ittso deeply Interested and as a tide pie to the Chicago convention h pickly perceived the commanding qunl iiof head nod heart that were subse gently recognized hIll persons in Hon TJ Itryan and he was ono of the first finish to the standard of that great tribune of the people as soon as the umeof the favorite son of Kentucky j vu withdrawn His canvass in behalf of tho principles wundated by tho Chicago platform attracted such widespreadattention in III own county that he was eagerly wight for by tho Democracy of other counties many of which he visited dur Isg that eventful campaign and it is no ugeration to say that ho won for him leI great reputation as n public speaker therever ho went On ono occasion in wpany with Senator Teller of Cole lido who is universally recognized as one or the ablest advocates of free silver 1 the entire country Mr Garner ad dinned an immense audience at Ashland tyand that distinguished senator dur E ieghbetay In Kentucky told more than hyMrwax one hadMtrdduringthatthisdreumnstanco Garrbyi resultofpnrtlnlltbstrangersi4II Persons alsoSGarnerkosldl a strong CknownMabluegmM thettleaweMveno is havehdronsiderableL hb themUinindedllilt perceivedI wherovorwIfiod ownboruono relitcounty The only difficulty he- C will have to encounter among mountain people is that ho may not yet be as well i known to thns ho is IeopIcextended tour through tho mountain prcilletlonby the approaching convention but that ho will timefollowingIn thus commending tho man of our choce The Sun does not desire to be understood as intending to disparage tho aspirations of any of the other candi recognizethaton itho part of every candidate and his friend toward other candidates is abso lately necessary to insure success to thcIIl nominee of the convention whoever hoIe may bo and hence we are glad to say that Mr Garner and his friends have conducted this canvass on a high plane without abusing people of other political putties and without indulging in any criticism of ether candidates in hiOYU party Winchester Sun May 25 THE RED RIVER VALLEY Uatlrimil Coinpnii MrHn rat Ml Strrlliij neat KI MU OttU inUtlliucll Will bti llrniliuurlrr of the C The directory of the Red River YnlllII Railroad Company met in this city to Thursday neat elected the following oil errs President T W McCausloy ofmm lnion City Mich Vice President A it L French of Fort Wayne huh Treas GrandaRapids lIch General Manager James air of Grand Itapids Mich General Counsel Tyler ft Appcrson of Mt Ster tling Ky The headquarters of time com of pany will le at HothwelltI Tin HAXKI GurKN HIIIAM noting time filing of the articles of incorpora thatyitl has no faith in the building of tho road to SalyersvSlle as is contemplated it wewbelieve there Iis no doubt of its extension neat that pretty soon About 11 miles of inroperation The men at the head of the whileothey are not making any noise about satisfiedethin early completion of the road to Hal yersville is RSSuredW II W in Mt Sterling special to Lexington Herald May 2t1 Davsboro Doings Too Kobards went to lacy creek Sun tinytUndo Ed Little went to Hazel Green Saturday J II Sebastian went to Hazel Green Saturday Bent Little went to church on JnCit creek Sunday Mrs John Davidson was visiting on fancy creek Sunday- S C Alexander and wife attended in church on Lacy creek Sunday Mat Amyx of Sellers was in Daysboro on business ono day last weekmYou may not believe it but John Nickell went to church Sunday Mrs Trtimbo Nickell and her niece Miss Long wore in Daysboro Friday I Monroe Nickell of Grassy passed throC Day OOro Saturday on his way to Hazel inenTAlvin Oldficld of Grassy passed tlnotI Daysboro Saturday on his way to Hazel Green John K Brooks and wife were visiting by their son G1 Brooks of Stillwater 1 Sylvester Norman went to Lacy creek Sunday to consult Squire John Hose on legal business Miss Nannie O born of Lower Grassy visiting friends and relatives in and 11aboutA trio of Daysboro beauties Misses ho Jaime Little Lulio Taulbcc and Emma Fallen attended church on Lacy creek Sunday w Mr Editor Please say that Ellis Johnson and wife of Lacy creek know just how to treat newspaper folks and i n t Sundayie I May J50 CllAiUu Lacy Crook Links We had a nice rain hero Saturday afternoon W It Tibbs lost a flue cov trout mur rain lust week H C Nickell was visiting in this vicinity this week D n Wilson had tho misfortune to get his beat girl taken from him Sunday Several of our young friends attended the entertainment at Cal1pton Harry Perkins for ont Sollwofour farmers have been work og their corn time past reelneat cornI wellaccording to the heigth of it May 28 FiiKKiiooTin Stlllwater Sparklos Dewit Taylor nod Samuel Kash took I dinner at Isaac Tolsons Sunday Misses Malvio Smith and Maud Card well of this creek attended the Campion academy entertainment It L Carroll on Saturday bought of David Kidd a figs one mouths old calf for which he paid I8SO Rev Henry Taylor was sick last Sun neat not able to fill his appointment preach at time Buchanan schoolhouse Harlan IKing of this neighborhood bad log to rollover him tho other day nllliJ came very near killing him lint it is II1I0WAmong time teachers from this creek atu tho examination for certificates were Misses Malvie Smith and Lulio Hurst neat It L Carroll and Hilton Dean all whom think they will get good ccr tificatesB Rose and wife separated last week and it is thought that her mother was the cause of time trouble B D says is not his fault for hu wants her toe come back home and he will treat her well says he has never treated her otherwise Among the crowd of youngsters that attended tho quarterly meeting on Lacy i creek last Sunday were Misses Ella mill Mandy Cardwoll Addle lanio and Howard Tolson J 0aUlI T F Dunn Miss Mollie meat John Cecil and Miss Malvie Smith and Monroe tOIle Ono Howard Moore last Wednesday night stole n horse from old Bowen hoses bent belonging to Frankoy Cham Mrs He was pursued next day by Jailer J F Dunn II D Rose and S S Rose and captured with timeU horse in possession lie was tried before to Judge Center and tho proof showing that the horses send was turned toward homo when found tho court ruled that was not horse stealing but only a tres pass May JO OMKOA itConsolation Chat is Willie Elam of Caney was cyphering this neck Sunday R n Motley and family attended at Lacy creek Sunday to Kelley Gillaspio went to Lacy creek Sunday and to tho Jambs also Little Lizzie Skeans has completed quilt which contains 8180 pieces Rev D A Whi taker will preach at- onsolation tho third Sunday in Juno Miss Bonny Cecil was taken sick on- hursday l of last week and Iis still con ned to her room The rain Sunday night did much damage to tho farmers of this neighborhood washing their ground Elder Carter will begin n meeting at tho Cankoy school house on Wednesday night before tho third Sunday in June May 30 Till DRAI f A Mountain Marksman Time other day a lank mountaineer + l the physical examination for army service but was rejected because could not rend and write On being told that his limited education barred him ho exclaimed I didnt know you ere hiring men to go to Cuba to teach school but thought you wanted them to kill Spaniards He was immediately sworn in Lexington Argonaut tr J 1u4 THE WAR Sohley Has Covera Covert Washington May 30Time Navy Do partment hums just received at 1230 thisI Mouday morning a dispatch from Com modoro Schley suiting that tho Spanish titer is in the hay of Santiago Do Cuba and that ho hay seen and recognized tho vesselsIt not believed that Covers will attempt to escape Tho suggestion is made however thnt tho Spaniards may blow up their ships rather than have them fall into tho hands of Schley as they certainly will if they remain in tho harbor The definltcncss of Schlcys dispatch indicates that he hits made n lauding near Santiago and undo a personal iin vestigation Probably Schley or one of his trusted ley olliccrs successfully performed this hatM ardous undertaking in order to obtain tho valuable information contained in his dllatchrl0 Cuba To Bo Invaded At OncesNew York Mny0A special to the from Washington says orders at last gone forward to Major Gen oral Scliafter at Tampa to embark time greater portion of hicorps Including Ue thoall regulars sort n few of Iho most elli 11clellttransports gathered at that point neat the aggressive military movement which has hero so frequently predicted anti as and often delayed for one sense or another M will bo an accomplished fact before time of the week Tho strongest units of Admiral Samp sons reorganized squadron now at Koy West will convoy the expedition neat cover its landing at n point raw defin itely designated MMBB o WdW B exSa Key West May tlTho of wiAdmlrnlthe together in groups Sampson UI at Key also West in a position to move quickly in be any direction where Spaniel ships nuns appearIf Spaniards should escape Schley will neat make for an eastern suspect of the nited States Sampson Iis in a position of cut them oil in thin Windward Pass thoI age Another Chance to Go to Cuba Col D G Colson who has been COllibcJ missionwl by Gov Bradley to raise a regiment of the now call for troops says will be mobilized hero as Lexington nearer to counties from which compa ales will come neat as everything in reedy hero nod it Iis tho most convenient place He says ho has allotted companies tho following counti e licit nail Har tho lan Pike Floyd neat Knott Knox neat Clay three companies between them and Leslie Lee Ivilill Clinton Breath ger itt Carter and Owalcy ono company each This leaves two companies yet tof Jfbewhore all letters pertaining to the rats CIInga Lexington Herald Mrs Cleveland In Picture and Storytli InMrsbrexitsJournal in time roost unique manner Her closest friends have united in COliRr tributing a series of characteristic ease and dotes recording sumo of her sayings neat doings neat these perfectly reflect the former mistress of tho white lrouseStThey are vastly more interesting and accurate than tho usual biographical sketch inasmuch an they do not picture Mrs Cleveland as another person setabr IrbyIr arofoflion with the anecdotes They are the first mado of Mrs Cleveland since she left the white house 1 Ii I ti TIE KENTUCKY CIAUTADQtJA Wooillnmt Leitngton thto a theKentucky June8thwbolelaknOWftChautauquA son who has been BO successful In time conduct of this assembly for the last aix years No expense has this year been spared in tho preparation of tho program wl11beAmerIca cost rN lIdinlltructlonalong tho lines of normal elocution physical training temperance childrens missionary woolens clubs and public school teachers work Tho music which is of tho highest bandIn glee club nod male quartet the Indiana State colltgoho tho great dramatic soprano and Sybil Sam m is who humus toured the country as time soloist of the celebrated Chicago merino band Prof A E Aid and his famous choir On tho lecture platform will appear lifadoploseHelljAlldrowlI turn plays Phillip F Matzlnger in crayon lectures i Jahu DoWitt Miller Falrchilds tho Artemus Ward of present time biographical studies H V Richards in scientific loc turns illustrated by experiments Chas Montavilie Flowers in superb Imperson rations dialect rendllllft by Will B Gano Miss Georgia Ray McMillan Dr M Parkhurst Mrs W F Crafts Mrs Clara Hoffman Mrs A R Bourne Col ShelbyKlnkeud delightOn July 2nd there will bo n monster childrens parade and flag drill with tho presentation of Old Glory to the Chautauqua when Governor Bradley Js ectcd to give tho address The Fourth of July will bo n great day the unique Sam P Jones as ono of orators Some great statesman will be procured whoso name cannot now announced in view of tho conditions existing in our country Full announce ment will bo redo hereafter but the day be mado memorable and worthy of patronage Bishop John HI Vincent tho founder tho Chautauqua movement will make address on recognition day July 7tb when the class of tho year graduates July 8th Is college day with n contest tween representatives of leading col leges with tho first prize 76 anti the second RS- Seclnl rates will ho furnished on tho railroads Admirable opportunities for tenting nod camping in beautiful Wood land Park with ample boarding accom modations in the hotels and homes in city of Lexington Time detailed illustrated program may bo obtained by 5 addressing Charles Scott business mane Lexington Ky In our advertising columns will be an annoucomcnt of exSenator i J Ingulls forthcoming hooky entitled Americas Wnr tar Humanity agents will find in it A book remarkable interest and certainly at extraordinary snlabllity Tho history of war Iis told in picture and story and y n way that always characterizes thq illiant pen of Senator Ingslls In nir rating tho incidents of this war be finds scope for his superb atesrlptlveaanalytical powers The theme Iis worthy of time either and time author is worthy of tho theme It it published N D Thompson Publishing Co ofxLouis Mo It will be n monumental r work that will not only bo everywhere read but it will boa monument to his genius that will outlive in history hit lti- illiant senatorial career The subserip book trado anti the canvassing agent e fortunate in the tract that an author such rare ability has been enlisted trim fits interest Old papers 20 cents per hundred w- ta A- f JTR ST w 4 t 1- F 4R 6 j 1 r IJr Ii 6 Jr x ftor 4i1 IP IEHERALDENOER i rorHAZELTHURSDAY Juno 2 1S9S 1 t nnotiiEmcnt We aro authorized to announce joitI it GAUNEU of Winchestert Clnrk county as right a candidate tor Congress in this the Tenth tho district subject to the action of the Demo were cratic party Wo nro authorized to nnnounco lion Did TIIOSY rnVPATIMCKoflrcstonsbursI arus Floyd county ns ti candidate for reelection the to congress from the Tenth district subject sons to tho action of the Democratic partyw We nre authorized to announce O IIor FOUAIIP of Jackson llrcathltt musty Mr ns u candidate for eongroM from this Tenth for district subject to the notion of the Dc molIe cratic partywback Tun probability that we can induce of the incorporators of the lied River Ynlcnl Icy Railroad Company to build their chart road by way of Hazel Green prompts UR Too to call for n public meeting of the citi zens of this immediate vicinity to take the some action llooking to that end sdel peoplo generally are prono to go where we they arc invited and are most likely to beWI warmly welcomed nil the enterprising n Vlde awake citizens in and about Hazel Green should acscmble here next Satur day say at 2 oclock p m nt the store of the Judge G IJ Swango and iissue an invi the tuition to the projectors of the ned River Valley railroad to como our way The well construction of this road through or by our town would mean much to our peo pie especially the property owners null clweprlHO in every way possible That they intend to build this road is evidenced by the fact that ten miles of it from lloth well to Michigan a shanty settlement on Beaver huh 5si already constructed nUll his was sometime since operated The ex tension of the line from that point to llnzcl Green would in common parlance II bo as easy ns rolling oil a log and it will ofbe cqnally an easy for our people to get the road by way of our town if they willtS but work with a will The objective ed point h Salycrsvillc mud surely if our and people will turn out Saturday wo emus villa altogether point out to the projectors much along the line from tho present terminus by way of lintel Green to Sillsel yorsvillc that would render thironte out tho most profitable one to them let fur everybody attend the meeting and lend for his voice to the invitation for theta to for look over our line and promise them all the reasonable assistance Now in our opin wer lout is our opportunity and let us make hug the best of it while wo mnIICA no IT the most remarkable coinci 1 knee of which wo were ever cognizant F is illustrated by the fact that two great papers viz the Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat and tho ITAXEIiGltlXN HUU on AID should simultaneously speak tho same sentiments and each use the same in Identical words in doing to even to thea minutest abbreviations And that too when the editors are 10 miles apart and Without either telephonic or telegraphic connection In our Iissue of May 12 we had the following local item II Two months ago we had serious doubts j whether there would be any crops made int this section this year All the yoiuij men maul ninny of the old ones were oft for Cuba in n day or two Today a yoke of steers couldnt pull One of Nn to within ten feet h of n recruiting Having ntlicerJJ or moro of our exchanges credited to the Sentinel Donancrat wo wow led to con elude it a most remarkable coincidence and nt tho sumo time wonder what mys terious power prompted two persons EO far apart to express the sauna sentiment and clothe it so exactly alike and we are yet wondering While it is prima facia evidence of two souls with but a single thought it does not prove that tho two r hearts beat as one and wo are puzzled truiccouui for the phenomenon Many t Himilarcasea Imvo occurred before but r never anything so marked and we shouldI like for some philosopher to explain it if they canht All pnrtips iifdobtcd to me or to tho firm of Rose Davis are requested tou call and settle immediately Respect fully Jons H ROSK ST h j eVL Titt vVV- YY t c I Btat Fortyofonr Years Ago Inadvertently we last week failed to note tho presence of several strangers within our gates viz Mr Mrs W P Ardcry and little eon and Mr Mrs Ohio Hedges all of Bourbon county They live near Hutchinson station on t the Kentucky Central and as the editor there took his first lessons in penmanship with a quill pen and also indulged in his first chew of Missouri Cavendish I I tobacco jwo events that RIO indelibly impressed upon his mind he also fondly a jfewfamiliar names among e of the young ideas who were there learning to shootpaper wads at the teacher and other things arid for pun j ishment had to sit with tho girls and make an extra lino of pot hooks Oh was awful But if memory serves ns the teacher sometimes retorted to i I rod and on occasion its gentle taps also impressed upon the m meaRic1 I IiIInlitOIl11 ho whip us Did the dogs lick Laz Among the boys were the Mains I Smedleyu the Bcrrys the Hutchin and scores of others whose names have forgotten and it was of there II some at least that Mr Arilery and I Hedges talked of very an hour or so Monday intlrlstingljI I these rcminiscnces oral along j I them the regret that we can not go there and begin again the I ongoII life Were it so wo should i different course use a cleaner j and a better compass Hut alas late I Too late I lAms since the I decoy of a false beacon bcconed us onto breakers and we have since florin in a sea of fury Time mill again have essayed to ease away into calm and nail smooth and straight But wave of adversity cr the roughs of remorse are ever before us But enough I Young man you are just now starting on voyage of life See that you shun breakers All along your course keep GOdUM the guiding star and all will be with you Will Make a Mute Address Hearing that Charley Buchanan our ever deaf and dumb cobbler had been I invited to meet with and address the alumni of the Danville Deaf and Dumb institute our man about town a ked Charley to write down the particulars of attendance at that eleemosynary edu cational institution tad elicited the following entered the Kentucky school for thoI- ltRt1II1I1 lamb at Danville Ky at the age MI and attended m years graduating inii D C Dudley of Colorado was superintendent of the school when I enter but on account of burl health resigned was succeeded by W K Argo of Dan The soil trade then taught was ear pentery hut through the inllneniie of Mr Argo the shocimiking trade was added I to work to learn the trade was very diligent and the first pair of shoes II turned proved quite successful anti as a reward I my success they were presented to me myown use After working nt the troth two years a gold medal was ottered for best and neatest pair of shoes There 1J boys in the contest and aflereeur the bit two shoemakers in Danville to as judges 1 was awarded first prize andI James Twitlyof Meade county receivedI second There will be u reunion ot all oldI graduate ot the school in honor of her 75th anniversary of existence June kith to ICtb I Charley will leave here on Sunday the 12th inst and Iis booked for an address the subject of Shoemaking on tho 15th which willof course be deliverer the sign language and that ho willl qllit himself with credit is concluded B Chi Q EtE1ISSr 1657 Race St- CINCINNATIt Tho leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives CSTdpocial attention to Mall Orders5 AGENTS WANTEDI In every County to Supply the Groat Poulnr Demand for AMERICAS WAR for NUMANIT- Told in Picture and Story Compiled and written by SENATOR JOHN J INGALLSOF prohlMeh1I intensely popular book on the subject of the war with Spain Nearly 200 Superb Illustrations from Photographs specially fur this great work Act nts are makimoO to 100 u week silting it A veritable bonanra for live canvassers Ap ply for description terms nnd territory at to N D THOMPSON PUBLISHING COILOUIS MO or NUW YORK Stop That y coughing Tho quickest ninl surest 7 way IH to take Dr Hells 1luc Tar A guaranteed cough rem I1I0nl unlike nil others better 5 acts directly on the mucous memo bruncH hauls the lungs und rcsplra tory organs und Invigorates the i E wholo systemF LLSIH Pine Tar oney ontnltiB the concentrated bealing Irii eof old find trtcdtucdletnnlagentl 1extrnetcd by a new wii process 23c j SOc Mid SI j A I ll ltuitnior icot upon 13 ricrlpi 01 pile 111 Tbe I E Solhrrlud nedtd 10 aid iy ti I FOR WATCHES GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES 600I f And Watch Repairing i0 TO FRED J HEINTZ 135 K Main- IeXINUTO KY Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 15 1898 EAST BOUND Xu5 STATIONS Nol hails ex holly Sunday ImIpinVinchester 1 pmFnirlieIndian Flds tt 00 am 3 13 inn pmStautouI I pinFilsonpinNntllridgcpinTorrentpinHeattyvVpruThreeFkspinAtholpinJackson WEST BOUND0 I STATIONS I XolII No Daily 3 Jackson fi 40 urn 5 inn Athol tl n nm- Tliri M pm iKL r tI pun1knttyvt1111Tornnt e 1111I l I am pm palClayI patIndiumi I pnmYpmLezhetouii+ I Jll AlinGeiil Manager Oil AS SCOTT Gen IVs Agent ijm1m Itt Jj ID A positive and permanent jjI cure lor MI IIllM11ilialflUail iv clu lIuIIl all other forms ot headache or Neuralgia Headache Cured FleeI by sample mailed you if thisI paper is mputioned T h m ire promptly headaches I IJrelievedt the less freouentwill1 be their return untilt perm nently cured SoldI Idv lilt druggists 50 CHXTS A ilox I The Dr SOUTH Whitehall BEND IND Meg COI t I le YOU GfO TCP LEXINGTi I Fthis week next week or any other week ASK FOR 4 v 4j b O tfj tOOI CUTPRICE SUITSp r e == They are GreatValues and Beauties A r = Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY fiVTI1 C They banish pain and prolong life LNSIII I o I l l No matter what the matter is one will do youII good and you can get ten for five cents A iww tylc piwLrl rnnUlnln Tf Rtr KJ rtBCU Inar larlinowforniratlg- aldNaurW Jf 1118IralEYTN rwI1M + ttirMIKlfLlnllClldtlrurllWMpRandlhelc071Ctal caI urt7elghtCMS t ItenG IXoor RESTOREOMANNOOOEBs dntud tlntlonlldthuingorlettMnnhnod lmlruencJ lllrdl C 11111 mil of fohaccoorOpiumwttttrnsumpttan With Ter1S Jtlantentocure arrufuudlhm mOnlT Sold ntLMtperborblaodl tnrMOO JiB MUTT CU I MEYES WISEKRICNE1 IDIlUT1mS AND JOllUKKS OK FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY I I White NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St Knml II Miler SII houCINCINNATI iriot Il lttl VAUIr1gf I n Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY nnd obstcuicj a ONEL GIVES RELIEF taw7lutunuflholtraenCAROalt4YUtLUtrrCainiWhrtnriibycudltut NiglltlySmisslnnr1 uariuranlty Underwear GoodsI flaTSurgery specialty FOB SAtlat Iilk Dcsirinc to close out lily business place I oiler for sale till of my Blacksmith Carriage andtW Wood Worke1SI ToohlI consisting of the latest models Alin terial and Supplte I to great lrielytD best quality AlsoI Two Saddle and Harness Hors yearnfectlr JJl fuolJ Sf class Iuccy and Harness 1101 OtX liT f1 Ac il- iTirlartieH in need of nllrof the can cetiri bargains by calUnc GreekhI JOHN II HOSE hazel I GET 1OURtitTtargtlLnrt cNSale hill Sep nt S a Sri dtd- tn1e T 4 7rr Ao 0 wM tWMM wAa kI4 4M + y++ M1AartiFtt prv 9 1 m ID4IIV R4VUtEY RI1RO D 1 There will be n meeting of the citizens of hazel Gwen and vicinity held at the brick I storeroom of JudgeJ G B Swango On SATURDAY Juno 4th at 2 OClook Ptotake some action with regard to securing the above road and everybody whoeun do sotUpuUl attend Much iin Littleri r i melll1I I Is especially true of Hoods 1ills for no cine ever contained so gnat curative power hi 10 small space They lUll a whole lueillcluo HOodschest I I Itrlya1 I IIII or tick fever headache cure nil liver 111jI The only Tills to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla I THE HEMLD I Harvey Xickcll of Mnytown was i I town Monday night Will Day of Frozen is here on n iflitII to his brother J Taylor Day Ed Vest rillorgnn is in Knott county buying sheep He wants to get f 00 toI graze Rev H D Adams will preach at Days boro next Saturday and Sunday at the I usual hours grocr1drummer i i I Monday night Henry Pieratt was riding around1I horseback Tuesday and says he is daily 1 gaining some strengthI Curtis tlllick all and Mort Swung spent from Thursday to Saturday tfishing at the monthof Frozen The oats crop as a general thing 1s not encouraging though farmers tell us that early oats looks fairly well Sheriff A T Combs of Cninptnn milliI C C Fnlks of Stillwater wore gtt ts ofr the Day House for dinner Tuesday George Rice who has been working on the hotel building at Torrent for some weeks past caiiie home Monday evening LAKE ONLY the best when you ur8aJadUaa and stomach tunic Get HOODS BIpccinl arrangement wo can for a short time send any of our subscribers the Twice a Week Courier Journur for only 30 cents cash Milt Lykins last week bought of Louis DeBuska farm of 00 acres on Long branch Morgan county for which he paid 372 cash and will mute to it i the fall Mrs Jeff Couch of Long branch who has been quite sick for a long time iis viiiting her daughter Mrs Henry Mur phy on Grassy and was again worse th latter part of last week Order of services at Christian church on Sunday J a m Sunday school i 1030 a m communion service 11 am baccalaureate sermon Sl p in annual address to the Y P S C E The longer you ueglet a cold the harder 1t it is to get ridof The very first symptom should be met with n dose of Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey The famous remedy will cure it whether of short or long standing George Sewell and John Pence HallweTe here Saturday and Sunday visiting the family of Frost Wood an I15 ialid1llIirIL11IJ lli Mr Sewell subscribed to the 1 dear old llrlttn The Cincinnati Enquirer and Tin yeaIf1 war news you U thus have it at small COMECall at thii office and get a sample copy of the Eni Tircranil thenhand Ul your subscrip tion for the two 1 J itr Our Cuban Amy tIhewereheardmorning and in a little while a company of recruits gladdened our eyen by halting ActingCaptain I I three shouts for Cuba libra were given I and the gang raidedl our water bucket Inquiring who the lieutenant nifcht be lItthe governorswho was himselfat high TomjTurner jI The drum corps was short a hand but Kelley Nickell fingered the fife and Ar bury Brooks bent the bats All in all it was just such a crowd as could mix up with the Cuban insurgents and instantly thoughnKnough of merit leas each honored name To shine untarnished on the rolls o tilde their patriotism proved to be only a pretense j as- They =just marched up the hill I And then marched down again I I Tho MurphyCardwell IluptialsII Frank Murphy and Miss well will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony today The ceremony will j take place at the residence of the brides j I father Judge Charley tard veil of til1l water but we are not informed as to the I hoHjrjjor the name of the officiating clergyman On Friday tomorrow the grooms parents Mr it Mrs Harry Mur phy of the Murphy fork of Grassytrill have a reception in honor of the event and regale thc bridal party with a royal dinner Commencement Week H G A Juno 58 Sunday III L m Baccalaureate ser r l1II0n Sunday 815 p nlAununl address to V 110l n E Monday Stu p m Declamatory contest Tuesday al p iiillrunion- 1uesday3l5pu1Mutual entertain moot and oratorical coolest I l Wednesday 10 a m Commencement dav George Taulbee representing the firm of Ligett it Myers the great St Louis tobacco manufacturers was pent Friday night and Saturday morning with Judge Autos Davis his grandfather who tray eli for llettman Bloom t Co clothiers of Cincinnati George is also general agent for TUB Hiuu and will receive and receipt for subscriptions take orders for job printing etc Give liim your orders and help him along in his ambi lion to be a business man- u To the ministers and members of the Presbyterian and Mcth dist churches of Hazel Green and community greeting You are cordially invited to attend the services of our academy to be held at thee Christian church on Sunday Tune ft at 11 n in anti 815I pm llev W F Smith will deliver both the baccalaureate sermon and the annual address to I the Y P S 0 E Very respectfully WM TL COUP Principal 11 G A II Monroe Wallin HW of llcv J Henry Wallin of our town won the Haldeman I 1prize in the oratorical contest at Jackson Collegiate Institute Monday eveninglajt The prize is a handsome gold medal AH a producer of polishes orators Hnzel Green is away ahead and wo are glad to add our young friend to the list ofRov II D Adams has just returned from Lacy creek Morgan tenors where- I has been holding a meeting for the IIheI t few days He reports a successful I mcetiiiL with 20additions to the church i 11 by baptism and six from other sour I ces The church at that place is in good working order rPeople Believe what t hoy read ghoul Hoods Sarsaparilla They knows and that imedicinehonestit is nn cures Get Hood and only Hoods Hoods Pills cure all liver ills re lieve constipation assist digestion 2oo j Star Mrs Grnnf Thomas of Suiti Helens1 accompanied jttwo of their children are visitingi the family of Mrs Thomas brother H F 1ierattat tills pltce and Mrs Jim Tom Pieratt of this place is weHntirnq keeping house for them end caring for their other children PMiraculous Benefit1- RECEIVED FROM Dr Miles New Heart CureM palq LI P BAHCOCK of Avoca N Y a 13 veteran of the 3rd N Y Artillery and for thirty years of the Itubcock Muriel Carrhisj Co of Auburn says 1 write to express uiy gratitude for the tulrac lous benefit received from Dr Miles Heart Cure 1 urrcrotltor year ts result of army life from iclatka which alTucud my heart In the wort form my llnfos swelled from tile unkles up 1 bloated until 1 was uimule to button my ciothlnsi had sharp pains about the heart smothering tpcSls and shortness of breath 1or tjrec uionthn 1 vas uuatslu to lie Ilown uud all tho titea 1 Xbtwss In mi arii chair I was treated tJIII the best doctor lout gradually grew lI tllOII About a stern i 1 cominriicctl taxing Mlles NtMTllmiH fare and Ifc envudiny life I tulracItt dlCd are told by all dugI gists under a positive guarantee first bottlu benellls or niouey ro funded Hook on dls rastw of tho heart and uerve frtlJ hltMILES Ind I8JEBJ Jcanii Kersey Casniniere it Corduroy Punts anti Hull DUCK COATS- Are aeknovvlidged to he SUlwrior to any prndueed Sizes C2SOLD BY y TAYLOR IDAY HAZEL GREEN KY J M ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY CREEN SONS WHOLESALE Ittsl SJteSii25 W MAIN STRE- ETaLb11qyfl44 E 4 i iu XrX 1lanufactbleriand of It i1 BOOTS SHOES5 RUBBERS t 1C Ko r W 1EAPJ STREET P CINCINNATI MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO JOBHEHS IN I HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Glovos 1C Umbrella 027 and 629 W Main St I I t KYt I J ftllhlIeworlft Co I MAxrruTurrns ANII jonuniw 011I ME I tCHILDREN SOLOTHINO 607 Woso Main Street LOUISVILLE KY 1 I I I I i t t11QI Y I 4 V For 8l0IlDWOBRs fi a I havo boon confined to my room and as I am still nnablo to loot 1- I aftor my businoss I DO HOPEtthat evory man without further 1V 1 appeal Will call on H C QUICK t histaccount at once l I must Lave some money in or i t j dor to meet my obligations and 4 E Miug t 1 1all1 t s You will not ignore this appeal EiyRespectfully tj ltH F PIERATT i THE RACKETSTOIIE o V VUUUO Has been removed from the John Rose corner and consoli dated with my main store Mr McLIN will visit the markets of CMncinnati next week and block up on all lines of Uptodate Goods and the store will be run on the ratchet system henceforth that is when you take the goods you paytw cash That is the way I buy and to enable mo to save you money on every purchase thnt is the WilY you must pay 1 Bey VlLLlK Il KitATT IH Mill withnie ilK HalcMnnn and lie will hI elml to see nil of his old friend at IIIH new stand I have the stuck mid priced willbc na low ns the lowest In fuel Mown to lied Hock Thanking you for past patronage and suliciiiiiK your future fiivorn remain respectfully J1 DAY I c S l1 c Jr c ly r V tiJ- f 0 77 191tJ1 tJ irrtt1I 1 2 L7 LZTr7777rzv 2 f7V or i qfj3Yi19JI 1 THE BLUE CRASS NURSERIES d OFFER EVEHYTIIIXG FOR OIIGIIA ilD GA11DKN LAWS NO AGENTS tStrawbcrry and General Nursery Catalogue + on application toWH F HILLBNMEYEE Lexington Ky iWIialn rPrrltad nialtl ttnrld V Ir Idea n and tllol YnHWno IVrlte tn4ay totLIAN IAi1I1IAlt Cft II Cuurl NI CINCINNATI OUll A BUSINESS Q 9necessary9 the young mnn or young woman who would win sneecM in life This being conceded it isI of tllfd1ut itnporrnhco io get a your training at the cchool that Ktamln In the very front rnokthe KyISHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY 1 00iltoiiN nl thto Unfurl Shtlit Illljiromlncnt Io over tllcche nmlletl vnri ColleJo building and oflit1 Third u nntl3e lcredn Ierinariently cured ray unlg bit VllT HAMa JUJWMAI JLU l llttinirlii yji t + tho best sample ntut free on nieiitlun of this publlealloD THE TJR A rJHrlHt Lr MKaitlMINJ CO South fend Itidiuna ii l ii tIi w y i l I I vfI J EJ I ii Jlli1l 1 l Jft v i t tJ L LLLl1httt 1 J MOSQUITOES KILL BEAR VT c bjelrt die VafcoB These Inacefii Nome s i Deer o Flee to the Snowft r 4Len for Safety 4 Not only do tho Yukon mosquitoes attack men and overwhelm them but hey drive tho moose deer and caribou t linetto be iu berry time They kill dogs r and even tho big brown beiir that Is often iiiUculied a grily bus succumbed to them says tho Denver Times Meant come down to the river tram thu hill i aido in the early fall to gut some of the I salmon that ore often thrown upon the banks when tho run is heavy If JJruin runs foul of u swtirm of mos quitoes and has not his wits about him his day has come The Insects will alight all over him Ills fur protects his body but his eyes ears and nose will soon be swollen up and bleeding and t unless ho gets into u river or a strong wind ho will be driven mad and blind to wander about hopelessly until he starves to death- Although tho Alaska summer is short two broods of mosquitoes hatch out each year and are ready for business from one to ten seconds titter they leave tho water It rains a good den along tho Yukon and rain is welcomed for It drives the Mosquitoes to cover They hide under leaves and branches until tho shower Is Over then they come out boiling with rage at the time they have been forced to spend in idleness and the miner has n harder time than ever after his respite Mosquitoes and snowflakes arc not contemporaries in the states but in Alaska it Iis different Snow does not bottler them so much as rain and an early snow may fall while they are still II on the wing Fog docs not choke them either They appear to liku It They float nbout in It as in ambush and take tho unwary prospector by surprise QUEEN TAITOU A STICKLER MenelekD Wife Oecnplre ssIIKnIOe- dlorltlon on Al yNlnlii i I Throne There is no European queen consort filling n more dignified station than Empress Tnitou of Abyssinia She tins n large household of her own her lord stewards chamberlains butlers cooks and guards She directs nil the grand feasts has immense appanages nil over Shojleadsi no interesting promenades hut when she shows herself in public she is stir rounded with ladles mounted on rich lyharnessed mules with runners fm brella bearers and other attendants The umbrellas arc of many colors but Taltous Iis red limo empress is a stickler for eti quette to which Menelek attaches no Importance Nobody who has not been formally presented to her must gaze on her even within the precincts of the palace She has n large kitchen garden t wMch is one of her ninny delights but p moment the red umbrella appears o gardener must retire All t hi lien nnts stand aloof with downcast eyes as she walks by Not Baking much exer else Tnitou Iis lost in fat Nevertheless t her presence is dignified She is wonderfully well informed converses clev erly and can be charming Her letters fire well written and in n bright nat ural style They might put to shame those of many n welleducated Euro peen lady The dress of the empress is only distinguished from that of her lathes by its impcaclmblo cleanliness and neatness AW ODD PROJECTILE Bow a Vewtnreinme Mlannnrl Lad Shot end Killed n Deer with n Mnrlile There la n boy III Taney county who liaR a record which perhaps few if any old hunters can match Ho killed n deer with a marble True tho marble was Miol from a gun but ntlll the occurrence may bo ranked among tho most un usual of hunting events says ilia Kan MB City Journal The lad was out in the woods shoot ing and had exhausted his supply of shot Ha had put into his muzzleload patternemptyThowhich he used as a taw in playing the common game The marble exactly At hardlytbinktngexperiment tho young hunter dropped the taw down on tho wadding cover powderFStrange things happened down in the hull Creek hills and on his way home wfthe boy came upon n deer which at close range stopped and challenged his roodhuntingthe trigger and brought down the game the marble boring a hole into the vitals of the deer UIBlnur for Flub s The natives of Kottiar are in time habit of digging every year in tho summer dry banks of the Vergel river for fish which they dig out by hundreds just as they would potatoes Tho mud lumps s perllnllseIghte sound alive and often frisky as if just jreraoved from its atoacdl natIve ojoJ JMnttot water j i trr4 r- tI iAKnowNothing Jury The difficulty of impaneling a jury in the early courts of Wisconsin may bo scen from nn incident related in Tho Bench and liar of Wisconsin Judge Irvin was on the bench sad a murder trial was pending O T Long familiarly known as Lucy Long was under sheriff There was difllculty in getting a jury which knew nothing about the facts of the case The regu lar panel hail been exhausted and n special venire had been issued and was finally returned Well Mr Long asked the judge have you at last se cured a siilllciiMit number of jurymen who know nothing about this case Yes sir replied the polite ofilcer Six of them know nothing about thlIcase and tho other six know nothing at all Nelsons Hnwmllnn fair Elixir This is to certify that wo handled Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Elixir for ten months and can truthfully say that tun sale of it in phenominnl We have sold ten times as much of it as of all other hair preparations combined our sales amounting to over GOO bottles seven other drug stores in the city handling it at the same time Wo consider it by far tho best hair preparation on the market Respectfully WILSON Diiuo Co Lexington Ky Leo Gordon Company East Main Street Lexington Ky My hair commenced two years ago to fallout and 1 was nearly bald After using Nelsons Hair Jtestornliyc it has produced a new suit of hair und has IItoplelllt from tilling out I used two find that it will do nil that ho claims for it Oct 5 1815 L II GOUDOX Spencer Cooper Agent for Breathitt Mngollin Morgan Mcncfcc and Wolfo counties 1 per bottle PoUrr nn the 1nclflr Coint The terror of a one cnrd draw is un known to San Francisco ilevotets of I the game immortalized by Hen Sehenckfsaid William 11 Hrewster of that city recently The reason is that out on tho slope wu do not play sequences or Straights at all and flushes only before time draw A flush ij therefore is of no account except when held pat This to my mind is a hltI tor system than the eastern method for I It gives tilt man who holds the best I heIlongsI those abominations known rjs big maul 1I little dogs that go with tilt game in j I Kentuclcy are absolutely unknown in California I SHin llewnrd 811111 The readers of this paper will be pleat ed to learn that there is at least one dreaded dinciiHO that science hums been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known to the medical fra ternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer OneI j Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials I I Address P J CIIRNIvtC Co Toledo O Sold by druggists The Halls Family Pills are the best A Mixed line Not all Americans ore AngloSaxon proportion is greatest there arc strong infusions of French Irish and ScotchIrish blood In the west are extensive Herman Irish and Scandinavian populations in the CnInn11l1l11 number of Germans Even what is called the AngloSaxon stock is mixed I with Dutch Huguenot and Scottish contributions When this country has fighting to do she docs not look to one race among her people but to all and her foreign relations cannot be planted on the ntlinities of AngloAmericans or any other ethnic element ClHplnnnti Stork Sales Tim Cincinnati Livo Stock Record of Friday gives tho following as tho best prices for that day Hest price for cattle 47r Top price for calves 725 I Top price of hogs l15 Host sheep brought 100 Host lambs brought t025 Tho above were actual sales but should bo borne in mind that they itII sent the best of their class on the market that day TUB HrUAin will each week give tho best sales of the Friday before which is alone worth tho price of time paper NOW is the time to 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Green Ky I l t Some Plain Facts Grave errors injustice wrongs of greater or less degree arise from lack of knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the attempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United StatesThere is no learned judge skilled lawyer or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived I officials in power chosen to adminis ter justice under the laws have ignored their sworn duty and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry reduced propertyvalues onehalf and beggared millions There is no authority of law either specific or by inference by which goldalone is made the only money with which to discharge debts either public or private The effort to make itso is unconstitutional and a national calamity Plain and ample information facts and truth concerning this almost successful scheme to corner the wealth of the people is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer a news paper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c a year The address is Enquirer Company Cincinnati 0 ntOLMN A HAS- HLATTOIlNEYutLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties and attend promptly to nilcollections entrusted to him HERALD WEST JOII andtmecchep5I i 1 l- iL