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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, July 7, 1898. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1898 haz1898070701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, July 7, 1898. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l- Aa NSt 4 U 1 i HE HAZEL GREEN HERALDI Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and lIb Continent by Max ORoll Owner IUMI The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains OirteNCx r FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 7 1808 NUMBER 14 r I UGH ES 11010 RELIABLE Cures Chills uNIC SURE VsiOO Bottles Druggists Have It l TASTEPuLIEASANTII i insonPettet IOIMNVIIIK KY J GREEN SONSV- IrOLERALE t 0 0ifc 111 8 U2o W MAIN STUEK- TIiDX VXMM0 I11c1 MENDEL GOSLING S CO IOHHKHS IN i I HUTS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves tC Umbrellas e27 and 020 V Main St- LOUISVILLE ICY I 1J 1 s5ftlfiiorll Go MANriArnniKHs ANM JOIIIIKHH ov I GII 607 Wost Mdin Street LOUISVILLE ICY rJJ GriEJrJI= = Mitt Kersey Cassimerc fc Corduroy Ianls tad Suits DUCK COATS ire ncknoulitljiil tto bu Superior to any produced Sixty guaranteed as marked 0TSOLD BY T TAY 1011 DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JH ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY KBICMELIiMiorTins AM JOiiiiiTs or FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St CiNCINNATIArnold A KS IX Manufacturers nod Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS Ko 3 W 1M5AIL STJIEKT CINCINNATI EL GL FHKBBr ptUCt 1G57 Raco S- tTUVJLOCINCINNATI1 1 nl119 loading houso for FANCY DRY I ruinNOTIONSV GTSpecial attention to Mail Orders CENTS WANTEDI- n every County to Supply tho Great Poular Demand for l AMERICAS WAR for HUMANITY 1 Told in Picture and StoryI I Comlei mill written by SENATOR JOHN J INGALLSOF f The not brilliantly written tuna pta i lonely nut artistically i111I lrnlctl11I11 west the Miliject of tLiewnritllh5ulnhcarly 200 Superb Illustrations from Photol graphstakesVccinlly r great work AgnntH ferltab1itt1oWO to 100 n wisk selling ft I Ai- t b- I iiniiwi fur live canvasser tj Vce to- deaerlptimit terms nod territory nt g N D THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO IT ouiSMK or KUW YOUK CITY r S r t 4 sue WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doligi lnetSundayJ Miles Nickell was attending church here Sunday Frank Duke and wife attended church here Sunday J II Sebastian went to Campion Sun day on business AOUZU Junes and wife visited friends hero last Sabbath harry Niekell of Grassy waa in Daysboro Sunday Hoone Oldlield of Grassy attended church hero Sunday visitingintuba Gibb4 of Gilmore was here ono tiny this week on business Undo Jim Anderson of Gillmore attended church hero Sunday Oscar Pallid has been quite sick for a few days but iis able to bo out again Vcs Bailey of Magollin county is visiting his sister Mrs Hub Hobards George and lleery Brooks wcro visit ing their grandfather Joint 1C Brooks Saturday hiss Laura Willson of Gillmore anode our little lIIl1go pleasant by her smiles Sunday Mrs Logan JIamons of Magollin county was visiting friends in and about Daysboro this week Miss Nannie DeHusk and Rebecca Willnon of tho Jams neighborhood rt tended church hero Sunduy Misses America anti Lizio Nickel and Lyda Willson of Leo City attend ed chffCli at Daysboro Sunday Misses Sallie Urtiey and Lucinda Ma loney of Lace Creel were pleasant visitors in our littlo town Sunday Mrs JN Lacy who has been sick for so long we are glad to say Iis able to attend to her household duties again lies Jim Davis of Red River will preach at tho Christian church at this place on Saturday the ILL at li p in and also on Sunday Teams Ipassed through Daysboro Sun day on their way to tho station after Jim Willson and family who moved to the Indian Territory a YlITT ago Charlie Maybury of Hazel Green is superintendent of the colored Sunday schoolI at this place nod is making a grand success as a Sunday school worker Bro Adams filled his regular appoint neat at the Christian church Sunday and was greeted by a largo congregation Bro Adams Iis a forcible speaker and always says the right thing at the proper timeJohn Xickcll found a bee tree ono tiny last week and on Saturday morning just at daylight he cut tho tree saving tho bees and enough honoy to cause leek Scott to halloo Now York a few times but Jack is doing very well now Iud so are tho bees ITnclo Press Trimble of hazel Green stepped up to Daysboro Sunday and owing to his advanced ago some ono re marked that they did not seo how ho could walk so far the distance being two and onehalf miles Very easy very easy sniff Uncle Press I was only twentylive minutes coming np lucre 1ho boys who left Daysboro last week for Lexington to enlist as soldiers are 0 Ili Amyx Bent Little Jasper Green Curtis Willson and Alvin Old lelds May the earth be strewn with roses ahd softened with tall grasses to protect old mother earth from the onslaught when these boys get to Cuba for finer braver boys never breathed the puro mountain air of Eiwlerii Kentucky than these Wo wcro at the bedside of Undo Joo Clark when the summons carne that called hint from this world to an un known world to us hut it must have Leon known to him for his life wits as tho muilc of the angels song IVnco on earth good will toward neat Xo lov ing band were needed to close tho oyos of Uncle Joe They were closed as though ho was taking a sweet sleep mid almost before we could realize that ho t HJ u was sleeping the sleep of lentil ho was heaven I wife and thosio dear little children that wcro entrusted to Ills care July 41 CiiAmn I Tollvor Topics- C lL Piunlt went to Maytown Sun dayI1nuntu KlkSns and his mamma went I to Heaver Sunday Horn To the wife of J H McNabb a girl weight 10 pounds Several of tho young folks of Toliver attended the picnic at Kzel Monday Hurrah for the railroad1 May it ho pushed to the front mid built immediI ately Elder J1 T Pieratt pawed through Toliver Saturday enrouto to Greasy creekLee Brown of Hig Branch IUltlHIlI I through Toliver Monday cli route for Kcl to attend the picnic Miss Lou Citron of Pomroyton was in Toliver Sunday and was accompanied home by Clarence Pieiatt of Greasy creek Married At the homo of the grooms father Joo Moore to Miss Ida Handy Doc milt Henry Murphy were the at tendants Rev Klbert Moore father ofI the groom way the officiating clergy man It was a runaway IIIlItchII Some young miscreants defiled withI excrement tho seat of Prof Cords huggI while he was preaching aL Sandlield Tho names of tho young hoodlums wero found out and at the next sitting of tho grind jury they will bo indicted Not withstanding the actions of these rutli ans they are having an interesting and successful meeting July 1 SIllmuS- tillwatcr Sparkles C S Cecil lams secured the Trace Fork school to teach this lIrIJolIM1 Rose has cut IllM dozen burr dles of hue wheat this year There was a large attendance at tho old Baptist church Sunday- S MI Tints daughter has secured tim Buchanan school on this creek Jtegardless of a strong opposition Miss Ihinirah Turner secured tilt Hurst school on this creek Will Collins pawed through lucre on tho hl Oil his WilY to Leo City to visit relatives and friends Squire JI N Chambers who Juts had a hall spell of typhoid fever has taken a relapse and his recovery is doubtful Quite a crowd went to Lexington on the Fourth to see our boys who joined H TI Ileattys company to go to Cuba Hilt Dean capturedt tho Cane Hranch school on Holly Hilt Iin a good boy and we think ho will teach a good1 school The daughter of A C Peck who left hero with him for Lincoln county last fall rut away and returned hero last Wednesday Mlw b ICmio Tolson daughter of Thomas Tolson died last Monday evening of phthisic She was buried in the II I Koso graveyardoil Tuesday The president of tho Mormon elders accompanied by Elder Smith passed through lucre on the 2th on their way to Leo City whore two others aro hold ing a meeting I 1 C Marker who had a fair square promise for the old Stillwatcr school No I lust out by John Patton going hack on him and having Koxcoo Wells appointed There is a wrong somewhere that made this change It was sorrowful news for this vicinity to hear of tho death of old Mr Samuel iwango Ho was buried on his farm where he had lived for ninny years He was ono among tho best citizens that over lived or died in Wolfe county George Combs Kelly Salley Will Campbell Tildon Taylor Hoone Huch annii Wiley Steele George Steele Boo II 0 I Henry Howard Moore and Kill Collins IBall from this vicinity went to Hcatty villa last Wednesday to join II T Heat tyn company to go to Lexington Thurs tiny There will be others tm from this vic nity Monday They nil carry with them the best wi hot of tho people of this section for a successful undertaking and a safe return July 4 OMEQA j lj 4 r O J no Campion Currency County Attorney A It Stamper made n business trip to Stillwatcr Saturday Hov Martin a Missionary HaptUt is holding a ptotractcd meeting at the court house Lummio Drake of Kstill county was hero last Thursday on business He says that his father Gco W Drake has gone into the watermelon business and will have tho patch guarded by a strong force of deputy marshals Maj V1 Suit of West Liberty was in town the past week shaking hands with tho dear people Maj Scitz is n candidate for tho Republican Congres sional nomination but Tom Hopkins will bo nominated Bud Fitzpatrick will be elcctellJJ Several of tho Campion boys joined Capt HI I TI Heattys Ileatty villo com pany and lire now at Lexington Among them were Joo T Williams San Hurst Newt Nethcrly C B Lykinn Robert oilly Geo Steele Willie Steele Tom I Sherman Will Kvans John Cable nllliI lames Roan There wcro twentythree In nth A few of them will probably fail to plus tho emmilll1llolli We hope that tho war will soon ho over tend trust that it will not bo long until tho white wluged dove of peace will hover over us cud wo hope that every one of our Kentucky boys will bo permitted to return to their old Ken lucky homes crowned with honor Then will welcomes fill tho grateful air and thrill tho listening skies with melody July I Suifiu JACK MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Clint Mort Cecil visitedI on Stillwatcr last Sunday The queen of Swango Springs attended 1 church at Consolation Sunday Vol Ill Oldlield who has bent sick with pneumonia Iis able to bo out Mort Wilson our flatfooted dancer visited 11I IJIankenship Sunday A JJ Hlaiikenship nod family wero visiting relatives on Lacy creek Sunday George Hyrd camo near losing a horse by miring in the mud at the CulwellI millpondI 1111 HlankenHhlp and C C Gillcs pic sold twu1tmon titsold calves to Alex Shockcy for L5 J MrsI Kllen Swango and Mrs1 JJ ItIWord and daughter attended meeting at Convolution Sunilay James Itlankenship and daughter of Lane ecru visiting friends and relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Green Phillips wont right through Consolation Sunday with both eyes shut and never stopped something queer The boys had fun last week dodging the sheritl Kelly Gillespio and George Byrd say they will swear they will not cuss any more nor lolo a pistol July 1 j Tin DIIAKK Ezol evolutions Maj Seit of West Liberty is with us at prcxonl Mrs Thomas of St Rulers is visiting I relatives hero Our young friend Curtis Pioratt lefLII lust week for Illinois Mr1 Asa Pioratt and funnily of Grassy aro visiting MrI David Huso Several of our people attended courLI at our county seat last week Mr K F Pioratt and wife spent Saturday and Sunday on UtIII YIMr Dudley Lykitm and mother are here for a few lays visitingI relatives ProC Hiiihop tad wife of Campion lire visiting Jtrf K Quicksall rind family Mr flurry Iioratt returned on the 2d from another ono of hits successful com mercial tours Mr Willie Lockhart returned a few days ago from Louisville where ho took huts second course in dentistry Mr Volney Nickell returned from Louisville on tho 2d being a graduate of tho class of 08 of thou Kentucky School of Medicine t i i AisV CERVERACAUCHIAND S VESSELS DESTROYED 1300 SPANIARDS TAKEN PRISONERS WABHLVOTON D CI July 4ThuJcomplete nniiiliilntiou of tho Spanish squadron nt Santiago and the capture of tho Spanish Admiral Corvcra with 1100 prisoners tho dcmnnd of General Shatter for the surrender of Santiago by 111 oclock tomorrow noon on tho pain of bombardment word from Admiral Dow cy that tho Lad rone Islands had been captured that n Spanish gunboat haul surrendered that u hundred or more Spanish olllcura and men wcro taken trod that our first rhilipino expedition had landed this Is in pert tho thrilling recordof such n Fourth of July tin hint not been known since tho bells of Judo pendonco Hall rang out tho tidings of Amcricnn freedom It wax n day when ono momentous event followed another in constant anti rapid succession each hour bringing forth some now feature more startling that what had gout before Time ell tax camo at I oclock when amid tho wildest cheering which fairly shook tho great War State and Navy Huildlng to its foundation tho following dispatch from Admiral Sampson announcing hits paper glorious victory and tho entire de struction of the Spaniidi licet was given to the public PlAYA VIA llAYTI- Siliovitv July t 1 iir A M U- SIll SiXMiirrAiiY NAVY Tho heat un der my command oflors tho nation as a Fourth of July present tho destruction of tho whole of Corveran Heot Not one escaped attempted to escape at 0111 a m and at 2 p in the last tho CrlHtolml Colon lad run aidioro fiO mllcH west of Santiago and hut lot down her colors Tlio Infanta Maria Teresa Oquundoand Vincaya were forced ashore hummed old blown up within ISO miles of Santiago the Furor mil Photon woro destroyed within four miles of tho port LUSH ono killed and two wounded 13n emyH lots probably several hundred front gun lire explosions end drowning About JiOU primmer including Admi ral Cervera Tho mart killed was ace III Kills chief yeoman of tho Urooklyn SA a1 IsoN SHAFTER AT SANTIAGO In a Hot Engagomont on July 1 400 of Isis Mon Woro Kill od and Wounded PIAVA iii ItoTUI July 2Iho fight hiHtud until sundown 1ho battle es tablishes that tho Spaniards are no match for tho United States troop They were driven trout strong entrench taunts into tho city Following Is tho dispatch from Gen Shaf ter dated SIboney Had a very heavy engagement today which hinted from 8 a m until sun down Wo carried their outworks and are trove in ponseHHlon of thorn Theto IIH now about throe quarters of u mile of open between my lines nod tho city and by morning tho troops will bo entrenched and a considerable augmentation of forces will ho there Gen LawtonH di 1 vision and Gen Ha ten1 brigade wore en gaged all day In carrying El Carey which was accomplished at I p in They will bo in lino and in front of San tiago during tho night 1 regret to say n that our cnHualtlos will he above four hundred Of these not many wcro kill ed Signed SttArTEnFiat Kuiii Jut TOM PIEUATT who liven near town mot wltU u palhfulvirtcIdcnt Wednesday by his horeo stepping oh aud masking tuo toes of his lleft foot a rP- f f L tJfHE HERALD PKMOER COOPER Editor r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 71898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 FOR CONGRESSlOru DISTRICT I i HOn IS Y Fitzpatrick t OF FIOYH COUNTY WITH this issue wo hoist tho name of lion Troy Y FiTiATUKic the Demo cratic congressional nominnro at tho bend of our column and bespeak for him tho undivided support of tho party JUIKU SwAXffo has been to Frankfort recently Was there in fact when the commissioners elected the wardens and tho result of his visit will be best known when tho four or five of our mountain men get appointments as guards The Judgo always looks out for his people when the loaf is to bo divided Coi KtH LIMAHII of r elam ille county was on Thursday last elected to the position o warden of time Frankfort penitentiary by the now Democratic prison commissioners notwithstanding it ins nil along boon thought that Sorni TltlMitli hurl a cinch on tic place The fret that bo is a member of the legisla ture burred him under the law lIlt It 1 WIUTU recently with the Gampton ISamier is now with the dear old Ilr itAin and asks nil of hit tiinip ton friends to assist him by patronizing this office with their subscriptions job printing etc The Manner died a auto rind dentil a kind of heart failure as it were superinduced by lack of sustenance With a proper SIIPllort TIM llrii AM yet promises a long and eventful lifo of usefulness and in as much as it has for more than thirteen years served tho people of Wolfe faithfully and well I every man in the county if ho has aught of county pride should aid it not alone by his subscription but in every honora ble way possible With a lit lo more patronage Tin ilrKun would resume its former Spage size mind add ninny new attractive features In a word be made such a thoroughly good newspaper that its patrons would have no OCCIIMOII to rend uny other paper whatsoever to get all the news And to the end that we may do this wo appeal to all for aid in the undertaking NOW is tho time to mibscribc and at Fifty Cents a Year every 1111111 in Wolfe county should have it n weekly visitori to his home Tin call for Itepublicans of Morgan county to meet in muss convention at West Liberty on Saturday July 15 is made by Major W J rirx chairman of tho county committee to select delegates to tho district convention at jaintsvillo on Wednesday July i7 brings to mind tho fact that Major SKIT himself will bo a factor in that convention His Republican friends in both Wolfe nod Morgan county and in other parts of mho district lor that milt ter lire insisting that he shill make time race for tho Congressional nomination nod acquiescing in theirjippeals he may bo induced to do so Major SlilTX barring his politics iis one of tho best mon in Kastoru Kentucky Ho is thoroughly posted in national State moth we take it local political allUirs in nilof which ho takes a deep interest nod ho can interest any party of listeners who may have tho pleasure of hearing him discuss these eamo allairs bo they of Republican or Democratic proclivities Indeed ho is altogether too interesting to bo of interest to tau Democrats just now and while Tin HIIIAM would like under ordinary circumstances to see him crowned with any honor his party can bestow it would rather he did not jut this limo pluck tho plum la belled nomination Not that we fear ho could defeat our own gallant TOM tho Democratic standardbearer but people generally give so little attention to politics and he is HO popular for one of his party and HO full of polito paIn ver that he might persuade sonic of the unthinking to see his way lIe cant win Y 2so of course not I But with ant aunty of personal friends n host of reins nnd a legion of people who might listen to his persuasive palaver ho could put ua to a good deal of unnecessary 1trouble And trouble not being what r we want at this criels we hope tbo Reii vt i4 lr publicans may find some other man to sacrifice upon the political nltnr of the Tenth district Now mind wo have nothing against Mr SUIT personally but politically well if they will let em nominate him We can heat him or nay other man they can trot out and there you ore RESOLUTIONS Adopted by tho Democratic Congres sional Convention of the Tenth District of Kentucky Tho representatives of the Democratic clLsltrlcLbled present to the people the following declaration of their views 1 We approve tho call for thin convention and thank tho people of WIt Liberty andI Morgan county for their hospitality and kindness to its members 2 We rcallinn the platform of the Democratic party adopted at Chicago in 181H and arc gratified to see that the great leader there presented to the people as their tandardhoarer M us ready to heroically tight for right in war an he way to maintain his principles in time of peace a5 Wo regret time condition that forced a war with Spain on a people who always prefer peace but we unqualified ly endorse the determination of tin American Congress to tip the outrages committed in Cuba by u treacherous and blondthirsty race mind trust that no terms will bo given until the Spaniard is driven from tho Western JJlemiplim1 and mill his possessions are made free ter ritory who t people shall bo secure in the sumo opportunities Ihat wu have to enjoy civiltntl religious liberty under the shadow and protection of time Amer ican eagle I Wo are proud of the courage and patriotism manifested by our heroic soll I diorsI and sailors in rallying round the Hag of our common country and wo de mand that they shall bo sustained with tho abundant supplies amid equipment that this rich nod powerful country iis M amply able to furnish 5 Wo glory in till splendid achieve ments of Dowey and llobson and the other gallant heroes who have already taken part in time war and commend what they have dnno to those who pro fuss to believe that time race to which we belong idegenerating Iu5 We believe with Senator Woleott of Colorado that America is time tlItiI nel of liberty throughout tIlt world and with Senator Teller of the amu State that freedom and liberty cannot ba a means of harm to any people who are asked to take their share in it W M IJiiciCNKi A II STAMPI Joiiv A TAIIIII 1 11 Cox B IK WYATT W T HAVKNriI A B SriMiiKN1 Dr Taulbees house Damaged by Fire Dr1lbiaulbens elegant residence on Sycamore street was badly damaged by lire Wednesday afternoon at half past two oclock IIt is a mystery how it caught an tho lire was in the garret on time north side of the house and there was only one lire in the residence nod that in the kitchen on tho south side Early that morning Dr Taulbeo heard a noise liko a wire cracking and it is pos siblu that lightning struck and broke tho electric wire where it entered the house and this started the tire and be ing in the garret where there was no air smouldered until tho afternoon when it broke out Tbo loss is fully covered by insurance Everything in the house was saved but of course damaged to souse extent The lire department responded promptly and while there was delay in getting hose laid yet when it was done tho firo boys worked nobly A piece of strategy on the part of Chief J L Con roy is worthy of notice Ho hind both engines stationed at wellso that when time water in one gave out ho could con tinuo with the other without delay and this kept the Urn from spreading Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat 4 Attention Republicans I The Republicans of Morgan county are requested to meet in mass conven tier at tho Courthouse West Liberty Saturday July 10 at 1 p in for tho purpose of selecting delegates to attend tho Congressional Convention at Paints yule July 27th to nominate a Itepub Hcau candidate for Congress in this Dis trict All Republicans are invited to attend W J SKITX Chmn Morgan Co Rep ComI Get old papers at this office v 1 ir Wcnts a Fair Youxos Ky Juno 2198- Mr Spencer Cooper Hazel Green KyDenr Old Friend I met with Homo of your townsmen yesterday and was Informed by them that you all had declined to have n Fair this year My my hear sir this will hover do You people mnt nut give it up especially the merchants tutu hotel people It brings dollars to your beautiful little town that would never come Now Colonel I have no interest whatever in your town but i will do 11 much as any man in it for n Fair this season Do not let it go down we people down here enjoy coining to your place once a year and every year we become more interested As I inure said before I will help with all my power Have a moun tain Fair and that will cause all to be interested Xow Colonel go to work and just count mo one in any thing that iis fair and just Very respectfully WM CLAYTON a 5o 2- i pritr It 4 r ffl 0i SI iit of1 s y jt As the holllnioy enables tho mariner to uvoUl Minkfii rorktt mid Klioiilx so Dr Yells IlniTur Honey wards oil thu MTlous ron u queaces or u couth iiftfltcUtl It stops thorough and cures the limet xviis wrloiiiilynuVuUil with inoinlifor J ynirx Ialil hiliiilrttlAoCiliilliir tmlooturn uril fur molkliiilmt everything dilliil until I trim lir IUUH IliiiTur llnnty This wonderful rrnl dyacrd my lilt J It UOSKL irantDurg III DR BELL- SPineTarione I I Is a KunrunltHil euro nil 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