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I r r3 fuEHAZEbT GREEN IIERACDr Established March 4 1885 blade Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORen a t t oII The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In tthe Kentucky Mountains tUVAOKKTfl IN ANR L4 FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEr GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 10 1808 NUMBER 11 f f jjMBNSE IS THE DEBT 1r 1I In WIIII owe Till Country Whru Hie f Ii overlt May Run into the Wara t llI1l1l1l1Grlllllll Ksnuaplr- i i i Germanys immense requisition on l pence in tho conflict of 187071 set n tfnhlon in the collection of n war indent aitvb1 tho victor nation from tho van ilibtd which probably often will be followed in tho future Japan in her IJofHctffith China in 1891 followed Jfrriiuys example mind line just collect donMayT 1308 tho last installment tfnbefine which sire levied j1 Will tho United States compel Spain afoot the bill for this countryti expen ditnre in the present war 2 Possibly sic trill jn some form though the payment iynot bo entirely or even chiefly in nosey The payment may be largely in the liipoof a cession of territory lint in no case will the indemnity ho anywhere that which Germanypew as large as f exacted of France which way 1000 000000 It may not bo creator theta way 21b0 fine that Japan inflicted on China fhith amounted to about l175000000 There are at least two reasons why we till not bring against Spain such a bill i1of damages as Germany did against her listen enemy of a quarter of u century I ago Spain h not half as populous or n fifth as wealthy as Franco was in 187071 and the war expenditure of tho Tinted States will ho very much Rinallor than Germanys way This idea of course iis bed on the presumption that Spain will gire up tho fight wine time within the text three or four months vCpbn Porto Rico and tho Phillipino bands wo arc certain to have on our lands at the close of the war and these cannot form any part of the indemnity filch Spain may have to pay us We i hue disclaimed any intention to annex Cuba in this war but we are under no restraint whatever as regards tho acqui sition of any other territory which Spain had when the war began If moreover the Cubans ask for annexation nt the end of the war wo cnn gratify them without being open to the imputation of n breach off faith These islands Porto Rico the Phlllipincs and to n certain degreewe will hold by right of conquest and Spain annot count them for any part of the inemnity which we may exact from her But Spain hay other outlying territory the has tho Canary Islands and other fragments of territory in European wa era j tho Carolines and other islands in Asia and some small colonies in Africa Some of these she may bo forced to give up to us as part or nil of the indemnity which she mpy be called upon to pay Some or all of this territory may be held M security for n money payment as in the caso mentioned of Germany mill Japan and bo returned to Spain after the cash is provided If tho territory comes to us outright I ID lieu of a money payment we can sell ome or all to one or the other of the great nations providing we do not want to retain it permanently and probably I we will not want to hold much of it Or wo can exchange it with England I Or some other nation for territory nearer our ihorcs or which wo may deem to bo more desirable There nro many ways in which wo can legitimately mnko the war which Spain forced upon us pay its own bilk Unlike the case of tho Civil Wnr tho drain which tho present conflict makes upon our resources can quickly bo removed Thisi is n largo questionJ nand it will soon claim the earnest attention of the United State3LcalioH Weekly Cincinnati Stock gabs The Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives tho following an tho best t daylied S17f Top prico for calves 025 Top price of hogs fl20 Best sheep brought 175 Best lambs brought GtO Tho nbovo wero actual sales but it- tt should bo borne in mind that they repre sent tho bestsof their class on tho market that day THE HKRAIJ will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before Which In alone worth tho prico of tho Hper NOW is tho time to subscribe Old papers 20 cents per hundred t Lee City Lilacs 1 weekbuying AtrwlIIIUerH K Fallen of Daysboro atlcnded church here Sunday Born to the wife of Sammle Rose on the ith Instn 10 pound boy Itev Harry Little preached loan in terested congregation hero Sunday Allison Rose has the buss sweet potato patch that wo know of UeUias iUOO hillsM C Spencer of Alphorcttn Floyd county was here on business last Saturday John W Taulbcc of Daysboro passed through hero oniMlay last week with n Rico llot of sheep v s A J Dykes nail Alfred Miller have purchased saw millof Clay Hose icon sideration unknown + Aunt Matilda Shockcy hind a severe attack of cholera morbus last week from which she iis slowly recovering John M Rose of Hazel Green was hero last week anti purchased a fino horse from H F Anderson for 8r C It AliensOlio of our most enter prising farmers raid his tenants have planted 16 bushels of seed corn this sea son Miss Itachcl Itow who has been con fined to her bed threatened l with fever we are glad to unto is able to be about againDr Carroll reports the following on tho sick list B Elam Rachel Hose infanUuf Mrs Robins Mrs Riley Pat rick and Wayne Taulbcc- K F Anderson the hustling agent for the New York Life Ins Co made a flying trip to Morgan county last week and reports having had good success Farmer say that the crops for the en suing year lire more promising in this section than they have been for several years and all report that they nro get ting along nicely with their work Information him reached us that neo Taulbcc former correspondent to Tin HKUAID from this place has joined tin army under Dr Stewart at lro tonlhurg maid passed a satisfactory examination Juno 12 LiltiA Lacy Crook Links Key James Word and wife took dinner at C S Samples Thursday Mrs Charley Sample and daughter visited Mrs Berry James Friday Tom Williams aunt wife were visiting on this creek Saturday nnd Sunday Misses Eliza and Etta James of Hazel Green were visiting their brother the past week Newt Maloney of Laurel was over trading some with tho farmers of this section Friday Miss Florence Lacy of Campion was visiting W C Perkins and family Tues day and Wednesday last Noah Tibbs says hell bo dod scazcd if ho dont wish he had some one to keep the gnats scared away from him Melvin Brower went squirrel hunting with Ira Day Saturday but as Ira killed all tho squirrels Melvin says ho is not going any more FllKnilOOTKK A Handsome Tribute to Miss Hord Miss Sally Hord music teacher at the academy left Saturday morning for her homo at Poplar Plains Just before tho close of school her pupils presented her with n handsome pearl pen staff nnd gold pen as a token of their lovo nnd appreci ation which they commcmoaatc in verso Twas only n pen we gave to thee A tribute of nflcctioii kind j For nil the happy linurn wove see Arc treasures dear withIn the mina The lessons you KO ably taught To us will ever bright remain j In coming years twill be a charm Which all your scholars will retain Wheneer wo play sonic loving itrnln The sweets of memory will appear And by its charm well see again Those happy times when you were here I I r tw n d iATE WAfZ NEWS Four Americans Killed On Friday Admiral Sampson Ilanded 8f 0 marines under command of Lieut Col It W Huiilinglon on the shore near the mouth of tho outer harbor of C4uantnimmo a short distance rat of Santiago On Saturday afternoon a force of Spanish troops began a hush attack on tho marines This fight was kept up all through tho night During the light four Americans were killed and one wounded1 Among tho killed was Assistant Surgeon John lllair Gibhf Eight them who wero on tho outposts including Lieutenants Shaw nnd Noville are missing the marines htivo been reinforced l and with confidence await the Spanish Groat Excitement at Fort Monroe I Niw Pour HTuno11a m A dispatch just received from Fort Mon caU8elllatt I signal station at Capo Henry stating that a Spanish battleship two cruisers aid u torpedo boat land been caught un der the searchlight of Capo Henry steaming from a northerly direction Immediately there was great activity at tho fort and tho big searchlight began to swoop tho bay and signals were flash cd to the cruiser Minneapolis auxiliary i cruiser Dixie and the dynamite cruiser Buffalo which were anchored oil Old Point Quarters wero Hounded and tho crows hastily prepared the ships for ac tion Gunners took positions at tluir posts where they were ordered to remain dur ing tho night and tho ships searchlights were kept playing on tho waters In the fort ammunition was hurried to tho big guns and troops wero ordered1 to their posts In tho camp of Maryland troops orders were given for the men to sleep in their clothes with guns close by Sixteen Vessels to Transport Troops WASHINGTON Juno 10Out of amaze of doubt and contradiction as to tho dispatch of the army of invasion to Cuba ono things stands out clearly namely that the government feeling strong in its present position quad plan is moving cautiously and with delibera tion which it believes will secure sac cess unattended with disaster With this main purpose In view tho army and navy arc cooperating toward the dispatch of troops Home 125000 in number under the escort of n strong fleet of naval convoys mania up of six teen war ships leaded by tho battle ship Indiana Unattended by this strong fleet tho troops might have left last Friday when nono of tho strong naval convoy was ready for HUH service Since thcnI however reports como as to the presence of Spanish ships in tho North Atlantic Realizing that nothing was to bo gain ed by haste ninth that tho war was progressing steadily toward success it was determined not to take one small chance of having our troop transports menaced by some scouting ship of tho enemy Asa result tine troop transports did not proceed to Cuba either yesterday or tho day before ns inns been repeatedly asserted They are in readiness to go but will not move until tho naval convoy Is ready to accompany them assuring their safe conduct from Florida to tho point of I 4- i R IJ oj t A jj1f y 1I destination Whether that will bo today or tomorrow tho War Department olli ciais positively decline to any There is authority for tine statement that any re Iports purporting to give tho hour or day when this formidable flotilla of invasion will start Iis not only unwarranted but meets with tho roust vigorous ofliclal condemnation Tho administration feels tho time inns como when it is of tho utmost import ance that the precise movements of this invading fleet should nut bo published in this country thus heralding it to the enemy Tho completeness with which tho transport of troops has liven planned is shown in tho official list of transport ves sell given out at tho War Department today Of this list thirtyfour largo steamships varying from 1100 tons down to 500 tons are at Florida purls ready to curry our troops to tine point of invasion There are ttomu fifteen other crafts including vessels suitable for conveying fresh water stores etc and for lightering troops mud torcH from tho ships to tho bench when embarkation begins The entire transport flout of about fifty steamships is augmented by the fleet of naval convoy sixteen in number and will make u formidable marine procession exceeding in magnitude I the notable spectacle of uavnlre view during tho Worlds hair year The American Fleet Has Control OV BOA IW THIS AKHUOIATJil PltlWH- DiHiATcn HoAr WANDA Orr SANTIA no Ii CUll Juno 1Olt in believed tine navy will follow tho landing of troops by forcing tho passage of the mar row channel leading to tho harbor of Santiago Do Cuba fishing up tho sunken mines mud compelling Admiral Ccrvera to IIIlIkIL stand If tho destruction of tho Spanish fleet is tuicccnsfully curried out it will end tho last vestige of Span hurtIi the control of tho American fleet raid tho landing of marines at that point iis expected to occur simultaneously with tho landing of troops at Santiago Do Cuba Arming and Feeding the Insurgents AWOCIATKU PJIKHS BOAT WAjCUA orb SANTIAGO Juno IIIn Santiago there are now about 20000 Spanish soldiers chiefly infantry but with n fair contin i gent of cavalry and field artillery drawn from tho surrounding country Purling tho day there was n cavalry skirmich in tho vicinity of tho city they returning at night to their barracks The insurgents are about 5000 strong nnd havo taken n position on the moon tain to tho westward Two thousand in HtirgcnlH of this gathering nro unarmed Gen Gomez is now about 16 tulles Inland making his way toward tho const I The debarkation of supplies was unin terrupted limo insurgents reported irreg I I ular engagements between their forcesI I i failifor both supplies and ammunition and wore overjoyed at tho Suwaneto cargo Some wero almost ravenous and hacked at sliced bacon and raw beef They havo been living on limes cocoanuts and sweet potatoes Ensign Gilpin of the Suma nee accompanied time Cubants to their temporary camp inland I a ADDI1IONATJLOCALS Miss Lllllo Evans is visiting relatives and friends at Campion Little Mary Picrntt in visiting hcrIgrandfather B S Combs of Campion lion Banford White of Irvine was a guest of the Day House Tuesday night Prof Cord and Ed Tnulbco mania ahflying business visit to Leo City Tuesday Mrs John Davis lis on tho sick list but wo are not informed as to tbo nature of her ailment itHonflccopuicdby t Will n guest of tho Day House Saturday night I Hi G Trimble who Inns been visiting relatives and friends hero for a week or so loft Wednesday for his lento at Mt f Sterling Elder Jim Tom Picratt lias gone to St Helens to bring homo Ills wife who WIlt r been visiting her daughter Mrs Grunt Thomas of that place Roger Bryan representing Pearson Clark Jxjxlngton wan Inure on Tuesday night on his regular ncmimonlly trip mud sold a bill to JT Day bougltlnfinofriends are just dying to know what I puiCflRllhWell Bend tho mow lilt Tonsorlal Postoflico Parlor nnd when you need harboring give our colored friend Charley u cull Ho especially solicits tho custom of tho commercial tuna louring this country Our lack of correspondence thin week is doubtles duo to tho fact that most if ongngedInweeds Our renders will wo know cx etiso them under tho circumstances John l1 lloso recently bought of Bob hlghlIteJlplngIJllY colored trainer is driving for him Mr iCoso expects to get a lunacy price for bin bay as noun as his driving qualities are developed Prof G Nelson Stuvcnson left Sntur plneuhosummer andI preach at Ford Spencer Hothwull and maybe 0110 other point But he will probably visit Hazel Green occasionally notwithstanding Likely Death of Col James 1 Ropers Tho many acquaintance of Col Hog em who HOIIIO 15 years ago was a pros porous traveling salesman through thus country will read the following from tho Sharpsburg World with both ear priso rand sorrow II Thursday afternoon lluydbuilding7Und year of his ago passed pccefully away Ho had been in ill health aluco prlnghreezcl tho10thtohiltcausing n mental stroke from which ho mover re hisbeduncon SCIWUH of his condition and what hap f pened around him wasburnwas ii brother of H GI Rogers of Carlisle and L S Rogers of this town In his young er days ho was n traveling salesman of i some note and it Is salt that by hits pop y nlnrity genial manners eta ho com manded the largest salary of any smiles man ot the country Later ho spent most of his time in Cincinnati and Lou isville Ho came to this town ia the spring of 1891 Tho remains of tho deceased wore taken to Mlllersburg thlff morning and interred In tho cemetery Y thero this afternoon is To Cure n Cold in One I ftT Take Laxative Bromd Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it falls to sure 20c ft- f j d fI t J R 1 1 w- y d tIirl e t ar FBI HBIAL IP1MCE1 OOOPEI Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 10 1898 i Announcements r We are authorized to announce JOHN E l QAUKKIl of Winchester Clark county an r a candidate tor Congrc N In thin the Tenth district subject to the action of the Demo nratio party We are authorized to ntinounco Hon TIIOS Y FITPATRICK of Prtitonsburjr Floyd county as u candidate fur reelection to congress from tho Tenth district subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce 0 H POLLARD of Jackson Ilrcatliitt county as a candidate for congress from this Tenth dixtrict subject to the action of the Demo crane party For UU80 Gouts w We will send THE HERALD and the TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL to any address in the United States and all our old subscribers can have the benefit of this offer by paying up all back dues aid one year in advance lv0 lis the time to subscribe if you want to get all tho War News all the General News all the State News and ALL THE LOCAL NEWS fJ Call at this office and get a sample copy of tho Courier Journal And under this offer remember that you send tho mon ey to THE HERALD DKMOCKATH in tho several pro cincts of tho counting composing tho Tenth Congressional district will today moot in convention to Boloct lologntos to tho county convention to ho hold next Saturday tho ISth inst to determine who shall go as dologaioH to tho convention to bo held at West Liberty on Thursday Juno 2H to nomi nate n candidate for congress It is therefore tho duty of Domo cratH to BOO that nom go to both tho county and tho district con ventions who will voico tho sonti ments of tho people in tho selec tion of a standard bearer md for that reason thoy should oxorciso precaution in tho precinct conven tions To insuro harmony thorn should bo no chicanery or Chinese trickery 1ho host mon and only tho host mon should bo chosen At tho final convention several good mon will bo placed in nomi 4 nation awl tho party cnn hardly mako a mistake in choosing from BO choicn a list hut tho voice of tho people of tho party and not tho voice of politicians should control if tho party expects to crown itsolf with victory lion John E Garner of Winchester Hon Thos Y Fitzpatrick of Floyd lIon D B Sublott of MagolHn und Hon OH Pollard of Breathitt repre sent tho list of available candidates nnd wo doubt if four bettor men over asked for the position But defeat must come to three of tho four and it devolves upon the del egates whoso duty it will bo to solect a standard bearer to BO de menu themselves toward thoso who are defeated that tho party can next fall present a united front THO hurry of putting our paper to prose last week precluded tho possibility of an extended notice of lIon11 Sublott and we de Biro to mId that while a lawyer by profession ho has always boon in terested in farming as well Ho is L thus closely identified with nil tho interests of tho farmer nnd should ho bo nominated nnd elected ho will work for tho welfare of tho masses d iii- f s Iii ION T L FITZPATMCI The Demosthenes of Eastern Kentucky Mnkctt ail Eloquent and 1ntrlutlu Speech at n Cubnu Meeting At a recent Cuban meeting in Wash ington our congressman Hon Thomas Y Fitzpntrick waa called upon to make a abort speech on tho question of Spain whereupon the gallant and gifted Ken tuckian responded by hurling the fol lowing burning Pltillipics at the Dons He slid u LADIKH AND GENTLEMEN For more than n thousand years cruelty robbery and assassination have characterized the conduct of Spain Even in the days of Cicaar Fonipoy and Anthony her record for treachery and blood brought down upon her undulating plain and rock ribbed mountains tho wrath of the He man legions and swept her none and Dukes into oblivion 11 When Peter the Hermit and his crazy crusaders invaded Palestine ostensibly for the rescue of the tomb of Jesus from the grasp of tho lustful Turk but in reality for the robbery of the Jews and Mohamcdans the Spanish people with their pampered priests and devilish Dons encouraged and led time fanatic vagabonds whojrobbcd and murdered in the namo of an unknown god under the bloody banner of the Cross and Crown II For seven hundred years tho Moors aud Jews had lived loved and propered in the fertile valley of Andalusia and the sun kissed summits of Grenade but at last Spanish cupidity and cruelty arose with the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella and banished andmurdered more than three millions of Jews and Moors all in the name of Religion II Not satisfied with tho banishment of Hoabdil and his heroic mother tho Span ish stilletto torch and rack continued their work extermination Torque mcdn Iizaro Cortes the Duko of Alva and Velasquez were willing instruments in the iron hand of Spain to desolate and destroy every vcstngo of personal and religious liberty II From the puhlic squares of Madrid Cadiz and Hnrcclonn to tho tropical vales of San Domingo Havana and the Halls of the Montezumas the lash the torch and Haut garrote were the emblems of Spanish nationality Even Columbus tho great and good discoverer of this tho Western Hcmis phere was imprisoned and chained by the very government whose golden flag ho had tiling to tho breeze from the capes of Florida and San Domingo to the mouth of tho Amazon An Ingrate nntton destined to decay Dying dully unil soon to Iparr away America nliall limnltlo nil her power treat Yankee iiiitiiui ruler of the hour Cuba Puerto Rico and the Philli pine Islands like ripo apples from an ancient tree shall fall into our luxuri ous lap and all the colonial possessions of Spain are lost beyond recovery 11 The mnp of Europe shall be changed and the Latin rate swept from power leaving only the Teutonic Saxon Celtic and Russian races to rule tho world 111011 moves in n mysterious way III wonders to perform i Ho plaits Ills footsteps iu the sea And rides upon the storm I The Stars and Stripes shall finally wave over every foot of North America from ttttllins Bay to the Gulf of Cali forma and from the icebound shores of Alaska to th j Everglades of Florida and Puerto Rico The congress of tho Uni ted States shall rulo supremo Lords Earls Dukes Kings Queens and limper ors have seen their sunniest days and their rotten realms hasten to decline In the Providence of God America the sleeping giant of tho West awakes from the lethargy that has bound her to sordid and igtfoblo pence and like young David tho Prince of Progress goes forth at last to humble and slay the Goliah of Monarchy Our task is great long and desperate shall be the struggle between manhood and monarchy but just as sure as God reigns and Liberty lingers self govern ment shall yet spread its benign sway over tho globe and as tho rainbow hues of evening irradiate and span time cir cumscribed sky so shall Columbia spread her flowing robes and envelop the world III her fond embrace I Patriotism never dies From tho I rugged peaks of tho Green Mountains to time lofty crags of the Cumberland where tho Kentucky Dig Sandy and Licking i counltrbody of every true American and from j tho granite hills bf Ethan Allen nod Admiral Dewey to tho rockribbed moun talus and bluegross woods of Boone Clay Morgan and Lincoln North IiwithI Ii I F it ted we stand divided we fall Those who fight and die for truth love and liberty are the heroes of a i ages This recent poem by a Kentuci- urr will exemplify the point Dewey Paul Jones and Decatur Are niched fit the Temple of Fume Their names shall illumine the ages Like sparks from a volcanic flame Washington Jackson and Lincoln Semmes Karragut Porter tumid Mend Live In the heart of the people Who honor ouch glorious deed Heroes of thought und of action Arising in giant like might Manhood emblazoned in glory Who fearlessly battle for right Crown them with laurels unfading stud rear to their honor no high Monuments temples and towers To pierce through the tunklsshig sky And through all the ages well cherish The hero on land or on sea Who knows how to fight and to conquer For thule who deserve to be free An incendiary made whet came near being a successful attempt to burn The Banner out on Wednesday night The front door was unlocked and a portion of the contents of a full can of coal oilI was poured on the floor The fire bunted a large hole in the floor and the ex treme heat broke every window in the building For want of sufficient draft the fire was smothered out None of our printing material was injured Camp ton Banner A Mr Tyra representing a CatletU burg grocery house was a guest of the Day House Tuesday night D3BELLS pineHoiiey will stop youpcoulhilnd the causesold by all druggists or sent upon receipt of prlCfc 60c mid p per tattle by TUX Eo Eo SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO VAUDUAU KT FOR c WATCHES GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES t at 600 1 f AND urwvuus p And Watch Repairing too TO FRED J HEINTZ 133 K Main IKXINCTON KY Dj G1BIUm nl1JD I IICrnUtlllI o 1 Headache Cured FreE by sample uinileil you if till paper is mentioned Tinmore promptly liuuilnvliisarie rcliovcd the leas frequent wit I pernmaII iniitly cured Sold Ibv nil I druggists fie Cisrs t nox The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND LEXINGTi 4 JJ- II ikor any other week =ja ASK FOR ihOO- siosoG SOO 150 CUTPRICE 4rSU ITS They are GreatValues i and BeautiesII i eye AT zafij Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY 071They banish pain and prolong life J 11 qONE GIVESIRELIEF s R+PANS1 I I I a J No matter what the matter is one will do you J good and you can get ten for five cents ntw tjliinvtrt containing TR + atrrerattE ITIMprrrnrton withoutglwbnowroraUl oinmlruiTMiin ruiirivr riKT Thin lowin tit K llntruUcil fort brlr iiit tlw eounomi On don tau n1r niml3I Hulmlr Hiiii l bad tij until by tending torlyflght f iij ttAthe IlirAKH Chase + L OuxrtNr Nu IV Hpnic Xtrrt Hrw ynrkur r uncle anus twhtbeuutrurarecut U Mt motlicluc ertr tuadu ilncc Uiu world wu cmtcil aarat tl iL l1 = I THE I RESTORED NDOODs I thoRnnerntlroorpansorelthnrroxnchnNerrmlp otntdlllfallo f dIOCtlMCIIIIII nliltfUlUllUOII RIIII nanpwlthonlrylW antorwu rllo R writttin1i toreilimtoeoLMtiiur WIICMIUALco Clovdio RACKET STOKE n Ills been removed from the John Rose corner and consoli dated withmy main store Mr McLIN will visit the markets of Cincinnati next week and stock up on all hnCSI t of Uptodate Goods mill the store will be run on tho I racket system henceforth that is when you take the goods I you pay the cash That is the way I buy and to enable Inc r to save you money on every purchase that is the WtlYYOU must Imy nrHTttt I i BQy VILLIKI 1IKRATT is still with me as salesman and bo will begIIe all of his old friends at his new stand I have the stock and prices will be as llog as timel lowest In fact down to I5ed Hock Thanking you for past Patrony aolicitiug your future furors 1 remain respectfullyt1 1 S t x r f