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P THE IIAZflL GREEN HERAJI1 j Established March 4 18C3 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and HU Continent by Max ORell r u y f 4 Jof k HPENOKK Owner nod COOlKK Klltor THOWwt Mist Popular Mist WWily Circulate and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mtmtalns I SO CKNTVlYfeA IK ADVANCK = w FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 28 1808 Nt1M1Eitia I I RELIABLE TONUGNESNICCures Chill=i 500 k 100 Bottles Drvigtsti Jive It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT IncorporatedRObinSOnP6tt6tt i r GREEN SONS- WHOLESALE Boots Shoes 1j ii25 W MAIN STREET LOUISILLEI1 GOSLING CO MENDEL 1 JOBBERS IN HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS 1 Gloves Umbrellas 027 and 029 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY jJe JL Sftottieworti Co MANUFACTURERS AND JO1II1KH8 OFl 1ttElAN CHILDRENS DBOYS CLOTHING 607 West Main Stroet LOUISVILLE KY iTI BBJeans Kersey Cnislroere A Corduroy Punts and Suits DUCK COATSA- re acknowledged to he Superior to airy produced Sizes guaranteed ns marked OTSOLD BY T TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JII ROBINSON NORTON ft CO LOUISVILLE KY mEYER WISEb kIOflEJ IMIOIITKRS AND JOIIHEIIS OF FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS Be FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St IerHI CINCINNATIbl- anutacturera Arnold II Knlhon KA2 1IXtXr nod Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES RUBBERS I No 3 W PEARL STHE- ETCINCINNATI I IEA s cL EEr1657 Race St CINCINNATI- The loading houso for FANCY DRY andNOTIONSDrivestJrl3peclnl AGENTS WANTEDI- n every County to Supply the Great Poular Demand for AMERICAS WAR for HUMANITY- Told in Picture and Story Compiled ami written by SENATOR JOHN J INGALLSOF Tho proinaelyu subJectoflbevarWith200 Superb Illustrations from Photo graphsUrftnf Agentsaro Airlo Mcrltion terms and territory nt i vnce- 0tr teI s D THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO lOCls MO or NEW YORK CITY Fk- w w t ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW iSom Are 8 lathe Navraer Ar IlllnoU farwre But All Ar Ken tuekung Bjr Birth or Decent Frank Kash iis flossin Joplin Mo and will probably spend the summer in Illi DollII0I James Hill formerly of Maytown but now of Edgar county Illinois is getting along well- Wigfall O 01Hair the0 Whistling Billy of the Sucker State is buying cattla in Canada During the past year ho handled over 10000 head of live stock O o 0 Carl Kash of Ezel is working for D C James formerly of Hazel Green but now in Coles county Illinois Carl is a good boy and working like a Trojan O O O Pon my cis word and honor If Dave James aint the same old Dave Like all Kentuckians ho is taking care of himself whether it be in a fight or a footrace O O O Mesdames Eveline OUair and Alice Frazier will mako a visit to Kentucky soon to see their mother Mrs Caroline Snango who is reported in feeble health O O O Fayette James and his boys have 155 acres of land in cultivation Not long since Fayetta neighbors gave his wife a surprise birthday dinner but owing to the busy season only 14 people came Tables wore set allover tho yard and everybody brought his own grubstake O o 0 Charley Trimble of Trimble Bend and one of the Catron boys arc on the battleship Oregon They enlisted about a year ago at San Francisco and went with the prido of tho navy around the Horn a distance of about H000 miles and are now in service at Santiago de Cuba O 00- Say Cooper why dont you charter a dugout and send a corps of correspond ents to tho seat of war 1 On board THE HEKAII Dugout Schooner would sound well and when Supple Jack and Plucky Bill paddled before Morro Castle those wiley Dons would fly to the woods or join McGinty THE HKIIAID has done yeoman service both at home and abroad notably in France and other parts of tho Continent and it is not too late to serve Uncle Sam yet By all means launch a pair of your ready quill pushers on the next tide Dont christen tho Schooner with a bottle of champaign and have a big blowout like Undo Sam just have a dinner on the groundand sprinkle her with hard cider Uncle Samuel always appreciative of small favors will no doubt vote you hid thanks and funs ish you with shoulder straps and buck lots besides grubstake ou for tho cam paign By all means launch her on the next tide The thank tank is full and the people want tho news tho whole news and nothing but the news ROVER The Best War News Tho Louisville CourierJournal is now publishing the fullest most accurate and most reliable war news of any paper in the south or west It is devoting all its energies to making a reputation for its war reports and is certainly succeeding admirably rho CourierJournal limns subordinated all other issues to that of the war Politics money civil service the tariff all arc out of it now The war is tho ono topic discussed by the people and they want the news of it fresh and accurate Tho Courier Journnl realizes this and it is supplying tho de mand as no other paper can do rho TwiceaWcek Con nerJonrnnl- prints the cream of the daily news It Ja issued Wednesday and Saturday Tho price has recently been cut from 1 to f0 cents n year making unquestionably tho cheapest as well as the best paper published anywhere You get 101 six or eightpage papers for 00 cents By a special arrangement tho Twice a Week CourierJournal and Tin Hiu AM will be sent 0110 year for only 80 Cents Subscriptions under this offer must be cash and must invariably bo sent through Tits HKBALP office Old papers 20 cents per hundred S A MADISON MAIDEN rorncrlr of Wolfe County Write of the Itera Commencement it ItlrUtility- Iurtjr and Dinner Etc Ktc RUTHTOX Ky Juno lio 1898 Dear Editor and IlimA Ill Readers I will try once more to write This being ley birthday I will celebrate it by writing to the dear old HEUAID which I receive every Friday as a welcome visi tor from dear old Wolfe county I must tray we are having some awful dry went er If the drouth seta in this early peo pie will perish While Iam writing I will tell of a birthday dinner I had the pleasure of enjoying on Juno 10th at Mr Squire Moberlys It was a surprise to him He was in the field plowing when neighbors and relatives went in with baskets of good things to eat Ho said he was surprised indeed when ho saw them all and thought they were com ing to his burial Ho received several presents one being a nice watch They bad dinner plenty anti plenty left Ono hundred and four ato dinner Ho was sixtyeight years old I guess nil tho boys have enlisted in tho army Some have enlisted hero mid gone But they are singing No place like home with me where mothers voice cheerWe anticipating on having a bask et supper for tho benefit of our church and Sundayschool Mr mill Mrs William Vcncil are very poorly not able to do any thing firs John C Elswick still continues low with grip and pneumonia and Newton her son iis suflbring from neuralgia Fruit is scarce in this locality Scarce IIpplcsIl1ndI wish some of tho II O A boys and girls wero hero to attend tho Berea com mencement on tho iJilnd I will close my uninteresting letter nod wonder what I will be doing twelve months front today With love to the kind editor and many charming renders I say success to ono and all goat B EISVICIC Joshua Elam an old and respected citizen of tho Wheelrim fork of Johnson Magollin county died Sunday at tho ago of ii years Ho was a good citizen a consistent member of the Baptist church for many years and leaves a largo prog oily among whom W H Taulbee ono of our worthy citizens who is his grandson J Morton Hwango accompanied Mrs Nannie Kash to Estill county last week and is spending a short ccaHon at that fatuous watering place Estill Spr- ingsrMothersF discom Tm and ers of tie childbirth can 4 4 be almost en tirely avoided 1 WineofCnrdul relieves expectant moth ers It gives- tonctothegen italorgansand puts tlinco- ndition to do their work perfectly That makes preg nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recovery oftcr childbirth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children WeofWdUfns thousands of homes barren for enuA few doses often brings joy to loving heart that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wine of Cardui jioo per bottle I IFor advice In cases rcwMns tpeelil I aymptomlI Mrs LOUISA HALE orJoirer onGtiftyi When I lint took Wine or Cardul we had been married tbr t years but could not hays any children Hint months titer I had A flno girt babl1t Lacy Creek Luke Jim Tibba visited Ids brother W R Tlbbs one day last week W It Tibbs bought two steer calves from Clarence Triinblo for t26 Toni Wilson and wife of Stillnntor were on Lacy creel Friday last Mrs Willio Tibbs visited her sister Mrs Urice Nickell one day last week W C Perkins wild John Brown 12 head of yearling calves nt 20 n head C S Samples visited the bedside of his sick mother mid reports her critically ill Nannio L Samples visited her cousin Maggie Ruse from Wednesday to Sun dayS G Samples tells the biggest squirrel story I over heard Ho says that on last Saturday ho killed 15 squirrels two young crows and a halfgrown wild cat on what is known ns tho Hunks ridge of Stillwatcr W U Proflit and Melvin Brewer say they know it to be a filet Juno Il FllKEIIOOTKK Stillwator Sparkles Weasel killing is all tho go tills dry spell J N Chambers is quite low with fever at this writing Hilt Dean went into the examination Friday and Saturday to try for n certifi cute to teach school John Moore who has been In tho lon isvillo jail for DO days for Hulling liquor has served his tinio and como back homo The Democratic convention wont ofl quietly tho pith by instructing for- linsulvingalone and tho county con vention did tho same Prof 0 II Hose who holds n first class curtilicHtu to leach school in ex pecting to hang up his papers for this year on account of not being able to co euro any Hchool to tench Squire John Hose canto over to J N Chamber on tho llth mind tried two eases againit Elislm Chambers for breach of tho peace on 0 W Miller and ono against his won All camo clear C W Miller tho champion hawing mutt who has hived alt tho Chambers fatally got judgment in tho Quarterly court last week in one case for 700 inns costs got heat in one and got two con tinnedMrs Ella Murphy was visiting at her fathers C 0 Cardwcll on tho llth and wits accompanied homo by Misses lIlIt vie Smith and Maud Cardwoll They attended time big meeting on Grassy and report a largo crowd and plenty to eat Stillwater is a nourishing little stream It has live school districts three of which have JtrstcluMt hits two have secondclass schools and wo think tho trustees ought to look to tho interest of the little bright eyed lays and girls instead of some child of theirs getting a fco as assistant and destroying the interest of the school Tim school trustees on this creek are about to take the pudding and time pio both When ones family furnishes n teacher tho other furnishes an assistant Inns they divide thd money It makes 1111IlIiHtllutcareful tho next grand jury will investi gate their cases for bribery Juno 20th OMIXU Croat Excursion to Cincinnati Ohio On Sunday Juno 26th only 180 for round trip from Torrent Special attrac tions at Coney Island tho Lagoon and time hfJO for 1J E excursionists Itaso Ii ball Chester Park Electric streetcars toIleave Torrent at 702 a m return from Cincinnati at 1000 p IIIICharley Iluchanan returned Friday from Danville where ho participated in tho annual alumni festivities und land n very enjoyable time There were 150 old pupil from the mnidon of sweet sixteen to the octogcncrnlan Charley delivered two addresses in time sign lan guage and mado a hindat tho ban quot which was an elegant layout II t 4jCnselstlellWheat harvesting has begun ud wkwt it extra fine John Sparks has put off going to fight Spain until fall C C Long is confined to his room with cholera morbus- Foolwashing of the old Primitive flap tiats at Consolation Sunday 4 Mrs Harrison Wilson was visiting J G Oldfiold and family Sunday Miaa Lizzie Adams of Fronchburg attended meeting at PonsolatioufSunday J O Oldfield has one of ttefiiftt a now ground cornfields that our eyes evesabeheld t Miaa Ada Cecil left Monday for Eael on a two weeks visit among rellttlvss and friends 1 Miss Aramcntlia Ollla plo was taken suddenly 111 last week but is better at this writing Your scribe has been lighting weeds which accounts for tboabsence of Conso lation Chat Hiram limey and Monroe Tcatorman of tho Chapel neighborhood were visit ing in this vicinity Sunday When wo read T Y FlUpatrlcki speech in your last issue we could not help whispering nah for TOM Holly Wilson of the Jambs district Sunday visited John Spaniard Nickell who is very low with consumption Green Phillips line boon sy fax Ing at Consolation for 12 months past and has not yet concluded his conversation Jesse Oldficlds eon Volney was taken seriously ill with an attack of pneumonia last week and is no hotter at this writ- Ing Sonic low down gimlolhondod mean henrtetlcowartlwhlttlClt on Clay Cecils saddle Friday night while ho was in meeting Roy n A Whltakor and daughter Miss Cleopatra were visiting friends and relatives In this vicinity Saturday anti Sunday and Uncle Davo preached us HU interesting sermon Sunday Millers aro getting awful trouble sumo At O W Cecils they havo cap tured 100 Ipounds of tho nicest honey ho hind Hut as his bees are rich and honeyrr dew plentiful they will yet make enough to winter them The funerals of Undo Math McClure and Dr W L Qovcdonn wife will bo preached at Grassy Lick church on the third Sunday in August Elder Ash worth of Virginia It A Hamilton of Lexington mid Elder llascom Reagan of tho M K Church south will all have something to say Juno 20 TIIK DIIAKK Jambs Jangles 1 W T Junes is in the Jambs today Ova O Byrd attended church hero Sunday MT Amyx took in tho sights hero Sunday Miss Llzzio JJLong visited In tho Jambs Sunday Mr Dial 1 Jones took dinner with Elder McClure Sunday Volnoy Oldfiolds is very low with pneumonia Dr Govcdon was called in to see him yesterday Mr Thomas Alvin Oldfleldn attended church at Consolation Sunday and re r purls a good meeting Oscar Fallen has moved his goods from Dick Phlpps to Dnysboro whore ho in tends to mako a HUCCCHS Elder Carter of Montgomery county assisted by Elder Llddon of Magoffln county closet a most interesting moot- Ing at tho Caskcy schoolhouse Sunday Miss Maud Wilson wai tho guest bl Afvfn OldfichU last Sunday She thought this was leap year until she re I a m turned homo and her mamma said it wuuut Juno 21st BETSY All parties indebted to me or to the s firm of Roso Davis aro requested to h can andsettle Immedlatcly leepecW tifully rowv i1 ot I Ifv- r 9 k c1ft i I Hty IfJ 1 r itIJWti I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 28 1898 rt-r 1tnnQun EmEnC W wwrthorlted to announce JOHN E GARNER of Winchester Clark county as a candidate tor Congrei In thlll the Tenth dlitricl jnbjcct to the action of the Demo cratic party I We ard authorized to nnnouncn Hon THOS Y FITBPATKICK of Prtitoiuburj Floyd county as a candidate for reelection to congress from the Tenth district subject to the notion of the Democratic party fye are authorized to announce O II POLLARD of Jackson Drcnthitt county 09 candidate for congress from this Tenth district subject to the action of the Demo critic party For Ontg 80 Oe1s We will send THE HERALD and tile TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL to any address in theIi United States and all our old subscribers can have the benefit of I this offer by paying up all bactIi dues and one year in adv- anceNOS is the time to subscribe if you want to get all the War News all the Goneral Nows all the State News and ALL THE LOCAL NEWS IV Call at this office and get a sample copy of the Courier Journal And under this offer remember that you send the money to THE HERALD The war situation is but little different as to important features than one weok ago The insurgents under Gen Aquiiuildo have suc ceeded in capturing hundreds of Spanish soldiers near Manila and they have pitched their tents just outflido the city The Spaniards both soldiers and citizens desert in great numbers to the insurgents chiefly because there is nothing to oat in their own lines It is now believed that Manila will surrender in a few days because starva thero will compel the action The Cadiz fleet hits sailed from Shauisu shores but this fact gives but little concern as it is of no consequence as a fighting arum mont It sailed only to give confi dence to the foolish mob in Spain that still believes that success iis possible to Spanish arms Gen Miles has said that thet force of troops needed will soon bo supplied and immediatelyl after these troops are mobilized ivt their respective places real war will bo gin and that all points needed by us will bo captured And perhapsi after this is done we will send n sleet to old Spain Tim fighting at Santiago do Cu ba is keptJ up daily but nothing decisive has occurred CorvoraaI fleet is yet undamaged and the city is still in tilt hands of th I Spaniards Whoa all tho bonds have been sold then will Cuba bpI captured and tho remnant of tit pour Cuban reconcontrados may receive some attention Tho marines at Cutup McCalla have lint several days rest from tho attacks of the Spaniards andl with tho aid of tho Cubans in tho vicinity they are comparatively safe Cubans found the bodies of by 48 Spaniards believed to havo been I killed in Fridays fight Lieut Anderson under a flag of truce carried a letter for tho Spanish officer now hold as a prisoner by tho Americans Ho dined with tho captain of tho Spanish gunboat Santioval and reported on his re turn that field pieces and now bat stories are being erected around troopMI lippearto bo happy iu con i ajidjutxio s foru fight Jnsurgenf GtnJl Castillo says there arc l00 trfps M Santiago 12000 Holguinandlinos of railroad entering Santiago Tho expedition under Gon Shaf tor arrived at Santiago Monday It will take several days how over to land the army and got i in slap for aggresoivo action but important developments are expected very soon The government believes tho Spanish troops at Santiago are in no condition to of fer serious resistance to tho Amer icans They lack provision nndI have but little ammunition The news of tho resignation of Gen August at captain general ofI Manila has greatly dopressed Pre mier Sagasta It is announced in Madrid that tho fall of Manila willjj not mean the abandonment of Spanish authority in tho Philip pines A stand will be made on such of the islands as rennin loy al to Spain Sagasta is reported assaying ho does not expect tho interference of Germany What is believed to be an American troopship was passed by tho steamer I Yuen Sang Tuesday evening and there is little doubt that the first expedition of reinforcements forI Admiral Dewey have reached their destination A rich native hus pre hunted Aguinaldo with a ship whichnow flies the flag of the Phil ippine republic The rumor lucre is that Fitzpatrick carried Floyd Pike Johnson Elliott Knott ltngoflln and has a disputed delegation in Menefeo and Morgan with Kinsolving who of course has tho instructions of Montgomery county White car nod Estill and Lee and Powell was captured by Pollard Garner goes in with Clark and second n tractions from several counties It looks like Fitzpatrick might IIP nominated on tho first ballot but failing in this his position is pro carious The convention at West Liberty today will have settled the mutter however before this paper roaches tho hands of many of its subscribers and tho proceedings will appear in our next HAZEL GREEN PRECINCT Shown flnriiiriift Ilrol Choice KliiNiitvIni Second Sublctt Third nail Pollard Fourth Harmony rrnvnlltt Pursuant to n cnll of tho Demo cratic Committee of this Tenth Congressional District for precinct meetings in tho various counties composing tho district on Juno 10th to select delegates to the county conventions to ho hold in tho several county seats on Juno 18th for the purpose of selecting delegates to tho Congressional con vention to bo held nt West Liberty Juno 23rd to nominate a cundi date for congress in said district tho Democrats of Hazel Green pre cinct No2 met in G B Swnngos specifiedoand procoeded to business In tho absence of tho precinct titoe convention to order and on motion Dr J A Taulbeo was electedl chairman Tho Chair addressed1 tho convention stating its object and insisted upon fairness James 11 Word was elected secretary Nominations being declared ii order Lindsay Ware nominated John E Garner Kollin Knsh II B Kinsolving Judge Swnngo D D Sublott George Byrd 0 H Pollard and Arbury Brooks nonI ford White On motion of Itollin Rash itwas agreed that each candidate shoal have his individual strength as determined by a division of tho voters and bo so represented as t tho county convention at Campton ji ou the 18th a ThetChair calltfo sdivieion and appoi tht en JuugeSwnngo f011011tell John M Rose ands Curtis Quickii Ball who reported as follows Sub lett 14 Kinsolving 10 j Pollard 4 Garner 19 On motion of Henry Pieratt the representatives of each candidate owntdelegates to the Campton conven thou and tha folloTipgjlojegates wero announced For Kinsolving Rollin Knsh and J D Rosd Gar nor A T Brooks and Lindsay t Ware Sublctt D S Godsey and G B Swnngo Pollard Win T McXnbb and Dave Linden The meeting then adjourned sino die J A TAULDEE- J R WORD Secy Chinii We are taught that before the great and notable day of the Lord shall come that there shall be wars and rumors of wars with signs and wonders in the earth We have the wars and the rumors oft more to follow with wonders every where and we hear and rend of meteors falling and flushes of light appearing iin various parts of the country It might be well for us to cast up our accounts with Lord occasionally and see how we stand Look at the date after your name en this paper and see if you are a subject of the rays which in another part of the paper is focussed upon our delinquents In the Toils of n cougha hacking racking rasping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results It is in such cases that DR BELL- SPineTar Honey efliencyriteeradicated the irritation is al layed the lungs arc healed and strengthened and cold leaves the system as snow disappears before the sunshine of spring llr Hells PlnfTarHoney laI an Inv fallllikrriiifily lor nil lung anil bronchial Inmlilvo Hlltlit or hvTvre All druRgltti sell It ut 2 c talc uml flu a bottle or It will be vent upon mvlpt or price ntL baUulaa4 Zdld Ce 14ac Ir PWATCHES I Ii GOOD ONES at 360B- ETTER ONES at 600 Ji3 AND UPWARDS J 1And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEINTZ I 135 E Main Ie I LEXINGTON KY r m1ID GJDJ It tIJ t A positive nnil perinnuenIt 4 cure for nlim halfHead i nelie null nil other forms Jj Headache or Neuralgia Headache Cured Free IslIl1llumailed you if till paper is mentioned T h u more promptly heudnchcsnr k C relieved the less frequent will ffl be their return untilI pertuii Itnlnlly cured Sold bv nil j 1 druggists 50 CKNTS A llox 11The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND 1 LEXINGTONtit 11- tI this week next week ta brday other weeIft t ASK FOR 400 500 1Ya- OJ000 CUTPRICE SUITS e r00 They are Great Values and Beauties AT Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS- LEXINGTON KYa= 0 =i TiT T TY TrI- jJ1Id j Rather Take a Whipping+ Than buy a suit said a new comer 111the other day in a disgusted mood t he know just what he wanted aud- It lstore seemed to have it until heI l struck us and now hed never go any l elselJIJ from our assortment anything that bears a cheap riff= f Iliratf lookthe cost is no more in J and less in the end llSuits 4 to S10 theII lttJHAZEL J Day Racket Store II GREEN KY oaoooooooed I 1l1V1WAUl x H1in i t I 000ooooaeooooooooooaoeooooo000oooooe + i t EFellowstE Want 250 NEW 1 I SPRING STYLE t WE WANT ONLYtI t 1ieJ T RACKET STOREj =O Wffi WJT 1tI SPlIW wAH8118DlB THE GREAT NATIONAL FAMIL7tNEWSPAPER Furnished by Special Correspondents at front I 1 IEIIIJI tfaTNVe punish the Your WEEKLVT RALD III H H EJ Tiunrvi Iud your favorite home I paperlaI W u ouzo ONK YE OS CSSend all orders to TIIK IIEHAL Luumla F llJJ ItJU FOR THE SHOE THE DAY IN tho NEW E me I r RESTORED MANHOODD PIatttftoLITh reat remedY for OCrTOU1I prostration nod aU cry00 dlioitl big r1Atttlani ooiligroienCyNhlitll Fml nnllI1t t ttruFSs310111111 IUClpllon Worry lnicrfty lVliliccrrj 15 niUriWrOgivoia Pe- rtorUO K 4- ontlO to nro P1 or refltHI TTlttCUL8i1C1LCUctescl 1I11f10n 1dO 4- r No GripeTOe n you take Hoods Pills The big oldOwn loied lucaMoated pills which tear you ato plfceJ are not In It with Hoods Easy totake t HoodsI 111oiuptosafe druggists 56e C t Hood k Co Lowell Main The only 1IIU to take with Hoods 5atsnull THE HERALD Rev Jas 11 Word will preach at Pin Grove Sunday morning at 1030 oclock Mrs Walliu the illness of whom we mentioned last week wo are glad to pay is convalescing i The low round trip rate over the L 4 t E next Sunday will induce many of this county to visit Cincinnati There will be the usual services at tit 0 Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a in and at 745 p m Everybody invited Mrs Catron wjfe of W C Catron ofr Poraeroyton died Thursday last of in flammation of the stomach and bowels Oscar Fallen has moved his family an I stock of goods to Daysboro where he occupies the Ambrose Nickell property Cu R E rheumatism by taking Sat saparil lawltich by neu tralizing the acid in the blood perma neatly relieves aches and PAINS Dr JohTT Taulbee requests all those who enlisted to go to Cuba with him toI report to him at once so that he may know just who and how many he can rely uponIII j Mrs Nannie Kash nnd her two sons Willie and Robert left last Thursday for Ivstill county to hear the Ifuneral of Mrs Kali mother preached Sunday on Hardwicks creek Harvey Chenault notice of whose con dition appeared in our columns last week died on Friday afternoon and was bur fed Saturday at the Holderby place AI wife and several children survive him s Mr Mrs John Evans left yesterday I respectirelyI Mr Evans will combine business withIII I pleasure by doing some clerical work for i Walter Day at tho former place llLung soreness is a forerunner of seriII ous trouble If you feel the indication Dr Bells Pine Tar will allay the inflammation and prevent further progress of the disease It 5is tho most I efficient means of curing cough colds and bronchial affections found in the an nals of medicine XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX I If there is a crossmark on your cpaper this week or next or at anytime it is a gentle reminder that i III your subscription is due and un paid and that we will appreciate Xcyour early attention to the matte- rXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX We acknowledge the receipt of a very handsome invitation to the commence ment exercises of the Kentucky College of Medicine Louisville Ky and note with pride that Silas Kash is among the list of graduates He has diligently studIi I ledI and deserves a diploma as large as a sheepskin which we hope he will receive Johnny the little colored boy which Judge and Mrs G B Swango are rail lag has been confined to his bed for ten days or so with a bad case of fever but he is receiving every attention and bids fair to recover soon Mrs Swango is ntII his bedside nnd ministering to his every Want with n devotion that would put to shame that of many a mother Mrs Maggie Kash the milliner asks allof those who are indebted to her for millinery to come at once and pay herII as they promised to do Her husband Dr Silas Kash has been at considerable expense in finishing his course at the Kentucky College of Medicine and to meet this and other obligations she must have all that is due her nnd hopes she may not have to make n second appeal 4r Sarsaparillaarek lmecausethinwonderful perfect permanent t familyptharticaudlivermcdiciua WJ1f 11 A I EL 1p oil REDRIPER JILL I fIsaac Short Has Thrilling AdtQueWith a Would BeHtghwagman Short who Wfreturnin from Jo l nsolaatSunday fquiteancxcIting croBgamani trarellagmanwhereupoIa poek t book at tle aame tiro drag a pistol1 Iiaaceaidi Well gettmihislargehandwhilefellow by the killltitni2cebeingslergetman wrencheoose and ran for dearlife lIe dw rilfd the man ilsibeiOg dark complected- witIl ablck mustache and was told by lidoofwhhewureljl lIt m the wouldbc robber was one of two men who hind been in that neighborhood with Vtalking machine and who had given descriptionemen who recently passed through Hazel Green with a phonograph Curt Lacy who told us of the affidr says that Isaac told him he was scared nearly out of his boots when the fellow rbutoverIwithout n fight But the other fellow chose n footrace It is n pity that Isaac didnUrrcst hjm and take him before u justiro of the peace A IFOL ACCIDENT c t 1 = Mrs Kash Nearly Loses An Eye From a Stray Particle of Paris Green Mrs S It hash met with quite n pain ful accident Friday last aril one that carte near ruining the sight of her I left eye While engaged at her sewing ma chine some particles of Paris green were blown from time top of a clock onto her head but was unnoticed at the time A little later she was walking in the garden when something struck her in the eye and rendered her sightless with added suffering She groped Tier way to the house bathed the eye in cold water and then in cream but found no relief Be coming alarmed lest she should be blind and wildwith the excruciating pain she dispatched messcner for her motherin law Mrs Dr Mason Kash who turned down the lid and discovered the green slimy poison This she brushed away lard continued to bathe the affected part in cream until her patients condition was somewhat ameliorated While thus engaged sue discovered the poison in her hair and an investigation developed the facts related above MrsI Kash is all right now but Saturday she kept her head swathed in a wet towel und Sunday the eye was still slightly discolored S03ITo illustrate tho fact that TjiuJLlKli A il may be found all over the habitable globe we append nn extract from n llttcr of Charley Swnngos to his mother and received here Monday night It speaks for itself I went out to see Tho Xickell and as I rode down the street on my wheel saw a paper spread over some llowcrs and lit another glance awI The Hazel Green HriiAin which was of course sufficient proof that somo old Kcntuck ian occupied that property and upon investigation found it to be NickelI They are very nice people and arc very much interested in the war paying one son on the battleship Oregon Go where you will ha sea or on land and a copy of Till Hmiun youll find on hand you find it in Arizonnjn Call I fornia by chance and then you cross theI waters and youll find it in France Oloo Ilotvnrd 010O The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hats been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halu Catarrh Cure in two only positive cure known to time mcdicd fra ternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directlyi upon the blood and UlUCOUSlIurfnccsof tile system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution nnd assisting nature iu doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for listof testimonials Address F J CiiEXEV C Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 7rc Halls Family Pills are the best Rhl Written for Tug HERALD Briittte WI ADflRTfMt 4iN I Iq p I IrYou ask what makes aujfctasilets hove In itch n Wondrous way Or why iitii that customers come And throng our store each day I TTIsIlECAVSK WE AUYKUTIBK w EvcEW hei lNoP ijd J pp teC ckutore K v Je + 1jtt T a JT i1 3JJM- We VI could not ask for more oi SWe1 The hi I41 of theproblem is BKOAr K TB AUVKWTWB l PayP JeJlfullJIlPrTIIJqr j 1 A t tortliI VilljiU lour want attend f leadWcThe nuigio of the problem Is ItKCAfKK WK AUVKRTISK This motto still we revel In And at the fountain drink For our success in bygone years Is nee TO rniNTEiui tat Say WILSON Hazel Jrcdn KV TaMlbMKllly The sweet penis of wedding bells were heard in Ml Sterling llust Wednesday night The contracting parties were James H Tnulbee a leading physician of thipince nn i Mlw Annie Kelly one of Montgomery fairest flowers This is n union of devoted hearts for the love that IIIIH iiimio them one can not be measured by any rule bounded by any limit or oui dedby anyplimiwit Dr Taulbofe iiglaponhffatotcrCon grehsman11 PTatilbceand possesses much of his lamented fathers modesty and genius Mba Kelly Isthodaughter- of Mrs Hannah Kelly of Jit Sterling and is a lady of rare attainments nnd much beauty Hundreds of friend join the Dmo crat inf sucete t uljcitatioiin hnd niay time pathway o jDtr and his bonny roicsarwhderness beautiful as ever adorned the abode of mythological gudll1Jath County Dem ocraLMrs Judge Swango reports the loss of 7ft chicken Friday night last and while they may have been taken by varmints she inclines to tho belief that they were stolen bOIllC brute They were just at that interesting age when an intro duction to the frying pan would have made then popular iu the family circle and shores the pity The new paper on the walls and ceiling of the Christian church is just lovely I sand gives to the church quite an fir viting appearance One of the wide wake progressive Godfearing members- of the Methodist church has ollLred to donate the paper for n like adornment of its wajls and ceiling The wort off paper ing and painting will likely be done next month A Shattered Nervous System FINALLY HEART TROUBLE Rutcnd to Health by Dr Miles Norvlno J J lUnDY tho Jolly man MllDWIU Cos great store at Uracovlllo III writes 1 I had never been sick II day In my lira until In 1610 I got so baai vtt nervous pnrtratlon that I hall to gQ ell and ruamcnro to doctor r tried our Lxi pUyiuJariS and one In Juliet but nono RIIVO me nny relief and I thought I iras Roln to die I became despondent and sulTcrctJ untold agony I could not cat- deep nor rest and It seemed as If I could not cxUt At tho cud of fix months I WM reduced to but a shadow of rnyrclf nnd nt last my heart bccnmu nlTcctcd and I was truly lulscr ble I tookI six or eight bottlca of Dr Miles Nenlnc It save mo relief from the start and at lIt n cure tho greatest Mewing of my life fltJ Dr Mlles ncmetilc fC- llnre sold by drugt PJ1uoo- gists under a positive guarantee first battle glxlOrVinO H benefits or money ro fe4Rostorca 5 funded nook OD disthouSI eases of tlio heart sad ucrvcs free Address DU MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhort lad LuIMgton and Eastern P Ratlwiy 1Tlae TaU in EMtct May I5 liltt i EAST BOUND iiSTATIONS exI Dully Sunday pinAvonI pwWtachesterpmFairhiepmIndian1 putClaypniStantoupin1ilsonparDundeepmNut1 pmTorrent pinThreeFkipmAtholputJnckton WEST BOUND No 1 STATIONS Dally No 3 Sunday Daily Jackxon I pinAtholpmThriwI putlleattyvetlJl1I1Torrent piaNatpmIuudeepmFilsoninnSttumttputClnti innIndianputFuirlirpatti1DuhestvrI 1 pmAvoniI I putLexingtcuI J It UAHHGeul Minngcr CHAS SCOTT Gen lassgcnt FQB SALIDi trinc to close out my biiKlncM nt thin plucc 1 otter lot sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and- WoodWorkorsl Tools oonsihtliiK or tin latest mndolN Also Ma Urial and SuiipllvM a grout variety and the best quality Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses nnllurhclJ chess llnirsy and Harness HOUSKHO1- IFOHNrrrfti hIJ cirlnfths In need of any of the above can secure baririiliiK bv fiilllntr on JOHN II ItO H Hnxel Greet Ky lUtlttWIXCIIESTKK KY V U WITIIKKSPOON President It D HUNTEKCaihier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits toe accounts of mer chant farmeri traders and ItuiiiiCHg wee generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and I the most liberal terms wltlilu the Ihulla cd legitimate ltllldlliICtl8ly 1 L TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK I I MTSTBKLINGKY I biriTAL J 200000 l fc3uiUMtJB 30000 0- JIM niOHTAPF Prinldent A G L KIPKPATUICK Vice PreildeaU W W THOMSON Cashier 0 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elCfreln v- rtira ah ty K I ME MAD DOG BUGABOO fJJ Vii JCHlitnt Ph ilolnn a sad HclentliU In Ut- Thn There I Wo Huoti M Tfclag y 1e J JHyilrophobU Apropos of tho JnRdlog scarp at this place Saturday morning l last vo publish the following on iiio subjoot and in tho original article of which tho following is only n synopsis n strong array of evidence is adduced to back up tho argument Notably out of 0008 pationts bitton by angry dogs not ono caso ofI hydrophobia ro stilted Hospital records disprove tho bugaboo also but it will bo a Lard job to oonvort somo pooplo to that idea notwithstanding- In tho Juno Ladles Home Journal inward W Jiok writes on Tho Bugaboo of tho Mud Dog quoting n number of authorities to show that there IB no such Ullenso allC hydrophobia and inquiring if it is not time therefore in view of these indisputable facts that wo should give ouracl vena little moro freedom from this bugaboo of tho mud dog 7 What the newspapers HO essentially report as eases of hydrophobia arc in reality BOthing more nor less than instances of people who have been bitten by logo and lightened into hysterical conditioriH in which they involuntarily reproduce nil the supposed symptoms of hydrophobia 3t Iis a pity that our newspaper editors cannot have a more careful regard for the feelings of women during tho mini hoer months and ngreo to suppress tho reports of cases supposed to bo hydro phobia They make the public mind nervous mid do more to spread tho silly notion of a belief in hydrophobia than anything clew Women have hud their IcelingH played upon long enough by this foolish notion of hydrophobia and sough tiiiiiicc ary 8ull ring has been inliiulcl upon the dug who is often kill ed for nothing but u popular fallacy It is high timo that common acnHO should yule that wo should boliovo the fact that thcro is np such thing ai hydropho bia and rid ourselves of this bugaboo sf the mad dug- LEITER IS NO LONGER KING After n Brilliant But Brief Career on Chicago Change Ho Collnpsus Joseph Lciter tho young Napoleon of finance who for a year was tho greatest grain speculator tho world ever saw has at lust gone to tho wall lie made null llona of mechanics laborers and other MOnproduccrx pay cxliorliitfiit prices for uecc triG4 of life or rather the neces enrybrand the Hlallof lireIC they ate wheat bread and not ono of these will mourn his falo On tho other hand his greed was tho farmers gain those who Mad grain to sell Hut his hencliciarlcs were so few that it is safe to say tho null altudo are glud he was mulcted Below 3 a synopsis of his speculations Entered hell April 2 1897 First purchase 100000 bushels at 7010 Cheapest jxirchase 600000 bushels Juno 1807 die Highest price reached May 10 1898 tl85 Largest lino carried at any ono time 35000000 Ibjushcls I Total whcafltfportcd 20000000 bush til Loiter profits up to ending May deal f1600000 Closing prico May JIO 12l Cash wheat held by Loiter same Into 4000000 bushels 1rlco paid for same 1125 to f180 Closing pries cash wheat Juno 13 3853 85- cLetters losses on cash wheat 1020 eooLeiternj losses on TullIuli September futures 2000000 I A Correction SnixcKH KY Juno 18189881CII fer Cooper Dear Sir 1 noticed in time Jhst issue of your paper that Irs Duor ton and Cox of Mt Sterling had extract ed n porton of the ball from my cheek which iis a mistake Dr N F Pierce 21Y family physician WIIK first summon t td maul later on Dr J U Spratt of CIII itaunrgo wan called and still later they 4 hUll Dr Drake null Dr Shirley of Mt Sterling called and succeded in extract lug about onosovonth of tho ball from goy left temple The remainder is still t in my head anti dont appear to give meI guy trouble You will pleaso correct the above in your next issue- Hcspoctfully yours WIIMU L DAY To Cure n Cohl In Ono Dny Taco Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets ill druggists refund money if it falls to- Y are 25c N llm= MIB STAR STATE J B Harper Writes of the Crops v and ifiysHe Ate New Corn Sunday uGRAVIS TEXAS June 12 Enclosed find fifty cents for TUB HER Alp one year Send to Mary E Ferric raz Walburjr Texas After a drouth we have just bad a good rain Crops are good and so is the health Well Undo Remus I would I love to see something from you in every weeks HERALD I was at Marys yes I terday They nro all well and doing well Her maiden name was Mary E Harper CAn you toll mo what has be come of little Harve Harper- J 7 B Lykina says be is going to subS scribe for tho dear old HEUALD for it will give him n11of the news from hit old homo on Caney creek Morgan county KentuckyWell I love to read your let ters from Daysboro I hud fried roasting cars for dinner Well I will close hoping Tin HntAin will soon find its way into the homos of every one who ever lived in tho mountain of old Kentucky Yours truly- J 8 HARlKU NelKon s Hawaiian llnlr Kllxlr This is to certify that wo handled Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Elixir for ten months and can truthfully say that thn sale of it is phenotninal We have sold ten 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