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J 1 r41 tJ I S ET p 4 t p U V I iij I r i fHE I HAZEL GREEN H8R iE 1 It W t Mi Estabth0d March 4 1885 1 Made Famous in tho J 111Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell erpRaetr andE Ihr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsJtlIN ENTf ADVAMCK I ATKAV k J FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 0 1808 NUMBER lO 1 i1 ts GEN LEES REMARKS Spaniards cal FiUhugh Lee n Vnn The L tot Havana Dispatch r They say that Im a Yankee I have heard it many times IIIIIIiI have een it In their papers It is in their songs and rhynus u jm the Yankee consul general Z Im the Yankee whos come don TI To steal the brightest jewel I E From the old CnstlHnu crown o 7b y say that Im a Yankee 5 IfId beard it In my youth I might perhaps have questioned f Its everlasting truth Hat now I glory in il Its the landmark of my birth And Id rather be a Yankee Than anything on earth r say that Im a YankeeI tI1ey Jt JAnd Im glad to say I nm A Yankee of the Yankees And the man aint worthawell Who wouldnt be n Yankee J When the banner is unfurled That has made the Yankee nation The greatest of the world They say that Im a Yankee LYlrglllialls can it be 2IJ Let all ofjHis give thanVs That now dear of Virginity IsloadcdfulfYunksl 4 r11 J Lamptou in New YorkSuii THE RED RIVER VALLEY Itallrpnit Miitlni at HIIFB been Sntur dAY Vfnn largely Attemloil nod the t Ktit rirln Much Encouraged Ila pursuance of the call made In TIM lEa11n of last week n large and enthu italic meeting of the citizens in and siountl Hazel Green was held at the siddlery shop of John H Fierattrof this place Saturday afternoon The meeting was called to order by Spencer Cooper who briefly stated the Object of it whereupon N L Ware was called to the chair nnd Spencer Cooper chosen as secretary John H Pieratt related n recent con I versation he had with the superintendent elI the proposed road which clearly indi tiled the determination of the company to push the road to its destination soon and Impressed the assembly quite favor ablyJ Taylor Day stated thnt ho believed the incorporators competent to construct the road and by way of encouraging the enterprise would give right of way thro 1000 acres of Mcnifec timber land which he owns and would als give right of way and depot grounds at this place The Chair appointed n committee of t three on resolutions viz Judge G B Swango John E Brooks and Spencer Cooper who reported the following which were unanimously adopted Resolved That the officers of the Red herebyInvitedStuel Green and Investigate for themselves the many inducements we will offer them Sulycrsvillcbywayof Resolved Thnt knowing the feeling of the people nlong tho line of the proposed Roth especiallyitcounty the vicinity Green we feel safe in saying that the right ray can be secured without cost to the itResolved ourheartyreadytoall reasonable aid oar power whenever they shall communl este soonertheyusResolvedresolutionseach andthataskedtomeetingThepresent nothing further could or should be done VIIIleyus or Novo in the matter the meeting then ofCIEHPJIALDN L WARE Chairman SCE CER CoolEn Secretary ta1 THE NEW WAY I WOMEN used to think 1fe rn ale diseases could onlyI be treated after localexaminaI tions by physi cians Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering Thein- troductlon of Wine of oaraui has now demonstrated that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple pure 11 T M Wine1of4rdUf taken in the privacy of a womans own home Insures quick relief and nothesitatequires no humiliating examina anydiseaseof female troubles disordered if+ menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them bykeepingthe drug store fpeelildirections DpartmentThnooea Tenn WI ADDISON MD Cary Miss says 1 use Wine of Cardul extensively In mypneliceandand Ita most excellent preparation for female troubles iI Our NavyIllustrated At the present moment when all ryes nro turned to the fleets which nrc sustaining so nobly the honor of our country we often hear people ask Wlfat is tho difference between nn armored cruiser and n protected cruiser 1 Very questionsobtain satisfactory answers to them from cyclopedias or dictionaries To answer these and similar queries time Scientific American has just published Special Navy Supplement n large folio of 40 pages illustrated by 94 illustrations showing the vessels of the new navy whether battleships coast defense yes sets cruisers ram torpedo boats gunboats nnd submarine boats Unlike nmos publications dealing with the navy the nctunl mothods of fighting the ship nre described the engines boilers guns i turret mechnnism steering gear etc being Illustrated We do not know oft any publication which gives in any degree the same matter The present time is most opportune for a publication of this kind and wo are pleased to know that the sale hns been phenomenal This issue contains a colored map of Cuba andI the West Indies It is sold for 2f cents- a copy by all newsdealers or by Messrs Munn Co publishers 3G1 Broadway i New York Wes Taulbee of tho Sixth U S Infan try writing his nephew E 0 Taulbee from Tampa Fla under date of MayO flaYsIt Dear EdI received your letter yesterday Was glad to hear from you i also glad to know that you arc anxious to come into tho war and show your pa triotism ns you are about the only ono in thnt part who has nny Give my best regards to nil the boys nnd tell them to keep up time fervent prayers to God to bless their homes ns they speak by their actions God bless our homes and to with Cuba and the heroes of the Maine I suppose they can tell their children in years to come about the war with Spain nnd what your dad hns done cooled coffee nnd fried the chickens Well I will close as I must shortly take charge of n squad of rookeys and tcachI them to pull tho trigger Love to nil All parties indebted to me or to the firm of Rose Davis are requested to call and settle immediately Respect fullyJolla H Boar W HEROES1 I Facing Almost Certain Death They Dared to Carry Out the Auda v cious Plans of Sampson Coolly As If On a Pleasure Jaunt They Sailed Up the Tortu toons Channel Under a Terrible Fire That Rid dIed tho Morimac From Stem to Stern Quickly They Anchored Touched Off an Internal Torpedo and Jieft the Sinking Collier 1rRowing Directly to Covens Flagship Dauntless Deed That Seals tile Span lards Fato and Sets tho World Ringing With Pralso For tho Bravery of tho American Seamen and Sailors NAMIS op TIII IIIKOIS LIEUT RICHMOND P HOBSON In Command of tho Morrimac DANIEL MONTAGUE GEORGECHARE11EJ OSCAR DEIGNAN I JOHN P PHILLIPS r JOHN KELLY 1 COXWAIN CLAUSEN of tho Now York wont without orders Gallant and Clever Work WASHINGTON Juno JThu Nn vy Department has posted the fol lowing bulletin Tho Ntivy Department nt JJ oclock received Lime following dis patch MOLE HAITI Juno 4 Succeeded in sinking Morrimac in tho chan 3tThis was curried out most gallant ly under tho command of Naval Constructor Hobson and sown men By a flag of truce from tho Spanish Admiral Corvora sent in recognition of thoir bravery I am informed all arc prisoners of war two slightly wounded Request authority to approve exchange if possible between thoso and tho prisoners at Atlanta Six of tho Spanish squadron in the harbor of Santiago tumble to avoid being dcstrocdIcaptured or SAM ISON Mr Garner at Clay City lion John Garner Clnrk countys candidate for congress addressed n fair sized audience at Clay City on Saturday evening AH present were delighted with his effort Mr Garner is one of tho most fluent as well as one of time ablest advocates of tho peoples cause in the Tenth district As ho expressed it the cause ho represents it greater than any mans ambition Ho would like to- go to congress if the people should select him for that high and honorable position His only reference to his competitors in time race was to refer to them all as worthy honorable gentlemen and Demo crate His evident fitness and ability and fairness in the treatment of his subject and his competitors has made him many friends in this vicinity who will take great pleasure in voting for him if ho should be so fortunate as to secure the nomination Clay City Chronicler r 7 Yfan- ay z Dtvsboro Doings Holly Wilson was at church Sunday Holly P Amyx was visiting JN Lacy Sunday t Miles Nickcll of Grassy watt In Dnysboro Sunday OM Byrd of Grassy was visiting our little town Sunday Lloyd Lacy of Lacy creek was in our neighborhood Sunday Miss Lizzie Long of Grassy was visit ing in Daysboro Sunday J W Tnulbee returned Saturday from n visit to Breathitt county Robert Nickcll attended Masonic lodge at Hazel Green Saturday night Mrs James Bias of Swnngo Springs was visiting in this neighborhood Sun day Tom Caskey and wife of Grassy were visiting in and about Daysboro tho past week W T Caskey and wife of Hazel Green were visiting the family of J N Lacy SundayOur young friend James Drake of Campion was in Daysboro on bushiest one tiny last week Miss Eva Tipton of White Oak was visiting her many friends around Days boro the latter part of last week For the benefit of Too Robnrds and other river hands I will say that tho Day lloitso of Hazel Green wakes splendid piesJudgo Will Taylor and wife of Meni fee county were visiting his brotherin law J W Tnulbcc for n few days last week Hiram Robnrds better known as lute started south Sunday with n drove of hogs but we understand ho did not get any further than A I1 Lncya farm on Lacy creek lion John Jo Garner of Winchester was around to see us one day last week and if ho was only trying to bo friendly thinking thinking that would cause UH to vote for him ho might have stayed away for wo lire for him first last and all the time unlcfw ho fails to get tho nomination but we hope ho will get it June 7 CHAUJH Toliver Topics Corn hoeing and war talk are the order of time day Yo scribe went to Fronchburg on bus mess last week C M Bieratt went to Maytown Sun tiny to see laic best girl Quito n crowd attended tho footwnsh ing at Public Square Sunday Two Mormon oldeN are holding a meeting at Sandflcld schoolhouse N B Lyons and C A Sample aro buy ing sheep on Chapel branch this week Joo Catron is building nn addition to his barn which makes quite a change in tho looks of things Wiley Perkins and wife were visiting in Toliver Sunday and Wiley was out to hear time Mormons preach- B M Mannin made n flying trip to Eel Monday accompanied by Mimes Maud Biacknoll and Nannie Day Several of tho young folks of Talker and Maytown are taking in tho enter tainments at Hazel Green academy this weekA happy trio of hired servants now live on Chapel branch Wick Lnndrum Bandford Mannin and Mort Picralt and they are talking of going to war but we guess talk will do them A cozy little wedding took place n few days ago J E Taylor led to time altar Mist Annie Bowman and was there united In the holy bonds of matrimony They aro now floating down tho stream of life in their little bark canoe May they have a pleasant trip With room for more than two June T SHIVMK Gillmore Gleanings Undo Billy Tolson in doing some work on the house of AN Haddix 3fn M O Johnson of Paxton was In Hazel Green shopping on tho 2nd inst Mrs Wm Stamper of tho Cox neighborhood Is visiting her mother Mrs Widow Tom Spencer of this place w Harrison Nickcll whom we have heretofore spoken of as being very low with consumption passed awny this morning at 10 oclock leaving a wife andone child amid many relatives and friends to mourn his loss Ho will be buried at 10 + oclock Sunday morning in tho graveyard of Bro 1L H Little his grandfather Old Granny Ely as we commonly callther has been very sick for a fortnight and some thought she was sick unto 4ImproinKagain in a few days Wo sometimes see tho old tree that has shed every vista of r green foliage of life and still the old trunk remains standing while the green i tree lies prostrate on the greund Juno 4 UNCLE RKMUS t Jambs Jangles Mrs Jane Long went to Hazel Green FridayW DcBusk of Mizc spent Sunday with his parents Isbnm Long contemplates enlisting in tho army nt CnnipBrndley Misses Nora Wilson Cora nnd Sarah Jnno Chniicy visited in tho Jnmbs Sunday Mr Doll Jones attended meeting on Cnnoy Sunday andreported n glorious meeting Mrs Lou Hnnoy who has been confin ed to her bed with consumption is still very lowii Sherman Caskey and wife were the guests of Mr and Mr laud Nlckcir Saturday and Sunday Jim Chancy of Pike county and Miss Tennessee Forman of Grassy Lick will got married next Thursday JuneG MKTHV IlSellers Sunshine Miss Eva Tipton of White Oak is VH king in this neck o the woods this week Hnrlnn McClure and wife visited Jns fIllton and wife ono tiny tho past week Alvin Oldfieldn and Misses Eva Tipton and Linda Long took dinner at J Bk Amyxn Sunday There will bo n meeting nt Salem church Sunday and the services will bo conducted by F P Wiloon Mr A Mrs Clny Wilson of Red River visited their uncle Preston Wilson of Grassy Saturday nnd Sunday Jim McCue n traveling salesman of Mt Sterling was tho guest of J II Amyx ono night time past week M J and S It Amyx nnd Misses Liz zio Long Eva Tipton mind Jennie Amyx attended church at Daysboro Sunday Mr t Mrs James Wilson of Seller visited his father Saturday and Sunday and took in time meeting nt Daysboro Uncle Oscar Fallen who has been sell ing goods at Leo City moved his stock of goods to F M Longs and is doing a good business Juno C A J M dq ExSenator John J Ingalls of Kansas 5 ra whoso fame ns a brilliant writer a man of remarkable scholarship and literary attainments Is oven greater than that of tho distinguiscd senator announces a knew book on tho subject of time Amerl can Spaninlm Cuban War It Iis ontltled Americas War For Humanity in Picture and Story It is published by tho N D Thompson Publishing Co of St Louis Mo and is an exhaustive discus nion of tho causes of the war and an t equally exhaustive history of its incU dents and a brilliant analysis of the famous characters conducting it It a promises to bo the one great and popular work called forth by this wonderfully interesting national episode Whatever Senator Ingalls touches he adorns and this book shines and sparkles in tho light of his genius Tho present work Ig worthy of his genius nnd will be a mOB ument to his fame Tho subject now so engrosses the popular mind as to forecast for this book a sale that will be univer sal It will be sold by subscription only and tho canvassing sample ire note a ready for agents We advertise U Ila another column ur rot pii HERALD IIOD oooru Editorpr HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 2 1808 AnnounQcm nt We Bra nutliorixud to announce JOHN K GARNER of WlnclicMtcr Clurk county IIH a candidate tor Congress In this the Tenth district subject to the notion of the Demo crntia ports We arc authorized to niinounco lion THOS Y PIT PAIH1I of IreHtonnljurg Floyd county as a candidate for reelection to congress from tho Tenth district subject to thu action of the Democratic party We lire anthorixed to unnounce O II POLLARD of Jackson Ilrcnthltt county an a CAtididiito for cnngrels from this Tenth district Mibjcct to the action of the Demo cratic party Hon D D Sublett HON D D SUIUETT Magoflin coun tys candidate for the Democratic nomi nation Is one of the best known and mot universally popular men in the mountain lie has always been a Demo crat and on many occasions in tho past has been honored with preferment in which the wisdom of the party in shown from tho fact that he hat earned the so briquet HoncMt Dave for his fealty to party nnd his devotion to duty Among the positions he line been honored with in tho past are ncargeant at arms of the Kentucky legislature in 1872 assistant clerk of tho national congress of 187i 7 member of tho legislature in J8SO and deputy revenue collector during both terms of Mr Cleveland administration He resigned tho latter place last July because opposed to the principles of civil service Vo mention thc o things to show that he has been frequently tried and never yet proved a failure Xor would lie be if nominated and elected to Congress To enumerate his many good iunlitiiH would be like introducing him to n people who know him even better than we do and we therefore leave his case with his constituency and the conI vention satisfied that they will render him a fair account nut briefly we may add that should bo receive tho nomina tion no man in tho district is more will- Ing or able to make a gallant tight than lie and wherever the charge he will heI to tho fore nUll carry victory to our cnmeITILE GATMNO CiN a paper of tho period published at Cleveland OI by Walter Hurt with T Soulo Smith of hoxington Ky as spe cial contributor huts reached our ofllco It is the lirann memorial number anti very much on the order of that lamented liohomians Iconoclast Tho fact that Col- T Soulo Smith in connected with it should attract all lovers of tho puro and beautiful in thought toI- L porueual of its pages and those opposed to shams of nil sorts will become subscribers whoa ouco they road it In the language of its prospectus it is a mental disinfectant and moral deodorizer A regenerator of all rascality Infal lible in cases of lust manhood and t prolapsus of honest principle Hy podqrmic injections administered in allopathic quantities to hypo crites and humbugs Warranted to cure the most confirmed case of cussedness or kill tho cuss Years treatment from homo olHce 1- u IL TUB war nows is so absolutely unreliable that THK HKKALD makes 4 no oflort to publish it Tho Gov eminent press censorship renders the getting of reliable news almost impossible and most of thnt in the t doily papers purporting to como J j u r- S t1 + i from tho front is written behindt the indoor of tho paper printing it When anything happens well publish THE speech of Hon T Y Fitz patrick in congres4 on Thursdiiy April 28 on tho war tariff is olio deserving a careful perusal by all tho people and especially of the Tenth Kentucky district and wo regret very much that wo cannot reproduce it In it MrFit2putriolc makes a strong stand against the hood issuo to carry on tho war and clearly proves that the liens mire SB against tho masses and in tho interest of tho classes and by clnssos wo molar time speculators and money sharks who prey upon tho poor Of tho revenue bill ho SOsH It is a wolf in Hheeps clothing j it is tho bitter rotten spot in tho plum timid if I cannot be permitted to cut it out I can not out tho fruit I cannot and will not support iL Hox JOHN E GAKNKH of Clark wan hero n day or so last week in the interest of his canvass atid a gentleman who has been all ovor the district remarked in our hour iugU I do not know what stand iug Mr Garnor will shut on tho first ballot in convention but I do know that ho has a following in overy county in tho district rand in nearly every precinct of all till counties I hear him highly spoken of Indeed not a candidate seek ing tho nomination fleoniH so pop ular with tho people and among politicians where he is not first ho is a favorite second choice limo fact that ho dots not indulge in intoxicants his nocial qualities and his acknowledged ability combine to cause this and should ho flu Iof the nomination all 1 have to say is that being the favorite with tho people dont go in politics And the man that said this admitted that ho hopes for tho nomination of another tuna notwithstanding II Politics is holl II Tin meeting hold at this place Saturday for tho purpose ofon cournging tho building of tho Red River Valley Railroad via hazel Green was far butter represented than wo had hoped as tho farmers are just now very busy in their crops It demonstrated beyond n doubt that our people at last fool tho importance of quick transpor tation if thoy would keop abreast of tho times and shows thom alive to tho situation and their individ ual interest in tho matter Many of our citizens also who could not attend that meeting becnuso ofurgont demands at homo have since told us that they are in full sympathy with tho action taken and assure us that they are willing to aid in any way thoy can But having taken tho initiative by inviting tho incorporators of this road to come among us and inves tigate our resources and acquaint themselves with tho practibility of tho route and its probable profits in revenue returns wo fool that thoy should play tho next card It devolves upon thorn to now dom onstrato whether thoy will or not avail of our hearty invitation anti equally warm welcome that awaits thorn when thoy accept our hospi I tality Railroad railroad has been shouted so often in thoir oars that our people are well nigh deaf to its rallying notes but they i 1 do have faith that this promised project may materialize For that I laud other reasons we hope tho gen tlomen who have in chargo tho Rod River Valloy Railroad and its contemplated construction will let us hoar from them at once TIIK HKRALD will gladly publish any communiBation they may have for tho pooplo and invites correspondence Now is tho tune to net Sound Lungs are kept sound and weak lung lire made strong by DR BELLS PINKTARHONKY scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections A yniriiKU I had H Ions eimil of fever that cHtlel In my lungs mid cntiMil H 1181 vero cuuKti My pliytilclun thought I would not recover but Hit JIKILN IISK rAN I111ti6Y Momxil1 Hie trough at once and KOOII rviloml me to health OEO A ALLEN Clear MprtDItl Ky DR BEL- LSPINETAR HONEYi ia certain specific for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis nsth ma whooping cough and croup files Sic Me wd1 Il a bottle At tdi druKKltft or lent Ulan receipt of price hy I I ItUrUM Mttlttmt U rUuifc Kj N WATCHES 7GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 I tNU CIt1tltI And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEINTZ 1551JH Jluin- Ihx1SOTOS Kv Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Nay 15 1898 EAST BOUND No5 STATIONS No4 nails ex Dully Sunday Lexington 7 45 am 210 pin patlvinchcbterpunFuirliepmluilan1 Clay City IU Hi am 4 01 pin pmFilsonI ptnNatItridgeputTorrentpunlieatlyveThrceFki C 10 3l nm 5 20 pm PUIJWEST BOUND STATIONS I ex I No 3 I INo1r Daily pmThreepmAtholI J I 1 punneattyvepmTorrentj i i pmNutpmIhindcepinFilKon1 I 1 JunClnvCityI pmIndianpmFnlrliuj t pmAvonpmLexington pmWiucheiterI IJ11 llAUHGeul Manager CUAS UenrlMi Agent dY11o YOU GO TO LEXINGT6I Fthis week next week t or any other week ASK FOR 1 i 4100t I 15JO OO CUTPRICE SU ITSo o They are Great Values and Beauties AT Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS- LEXINGTON KY L 11 They banish pain and prolong life IIi ONE G IV ESII L RELIEF tltls R+PANSJIJ I No matter what the matter is one will do you ii- t good and you can get ten for five cents t el wlltoutglaoowrortr4tumedrWt1lone iluirimf the tieerntvrtunItglhulrgan l i hd liy inntl liy MuilIni forty rlcht natt la the IlIrAU riiEvrttl Omriitr iinelaI c rtuo tzi- tUUWw1iIeul fur Qtu ti nu htmdIcIneelertadiaclhuworld HM crratrd bII rrrslrr I THE 500 MOWSRESTOREDMANHOOD i ilhi JfCftt rem d for nurTOIII JlroetmUon lilt un IlIlrYOIII dlif athe lIenorllllo Clrllll1I ot cltller lOX 1111 NnulIIrollrfllr rr- olblentiiIWorry rtot Ilug or Jn t lItollllllodlmIIICIIIJ Nllhllr COt lit Tllol MUpllllll wblch lead UlIIlllIon olllllIr Wlthorrrb order wottlroawrlltrnr in1Antleprrhota CJWOoor RACKET STORE I Has been removed from the John Rose corner and coiisoll dated with my slain store Mr McLIN will visit the markets of Cincinnati next week and stock up on all lines1 of Uptodate Goods and the store will he run on the racket system henceforth that is when you take the goods you pay tho cash That is the way I buy and to enable M to save you money on every purchase that is the war 011 must pay tmm IeWILrm IIKKATT is still with me as salesman and ho will he glad to all of hli old friends nt his new stand J have the stock anti prices will bo a t oa the lowest In fact down to Bed Itock Thanking OU for past patrnnagea soliciting your future favors I remain respectfullyndY f 1n t j- r lM a U f S r JUijRn i