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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, July 28, 1898. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1898 haz1898072801 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 28, 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. 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iiJeans Kcrsey Cnssimerc Corduroy Punts fi and u h4Ig w a DUCK COATS o2JJ fro acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sixes guuranteeit us marked i i HTSOLD BY i J TAYIOIl DAY 2i HAZEL GREEN KY v eJ M ROBINSON NORTON CO 3 h LOUISVILLE yItloa KMOBEJ E FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY 2s cUnderwear White Goods I Y NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS I 225227 Race Sttt- I e S liaynrMg CINCINNATIArnold 11 Inlahun- g I C AR S Srfilr- w I Manufacturers cad Jobbers of i I RUBBER5I5 A i i8 fe Q iJQs j 1G57 Raco St- CINCINNATI I i il Tho loading houso for FANCY DRY = ODDS FURNISHING GOODS and I 3 NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives i3 C1rdpecnlllttoution to Mail Orders j AGENTS WANTEDi n Supplytho J Qu AMERICAS WAR for HUMANITY f Told in Picture and Story to be 6 Complied null written by 0ti SENATOR JOHN J INGALLS KANSASiy1The brlllluntly IlIo pro ot 11 I and artistically illustrated and most III tb- tnrerlywlihl8pnhMeson the subject 01I 10 1 zooYfrom Photo IcntswPttgraphsl I Aheritablecefor t1ccrIJltlolJ terns lUll territory lit IOll to ad K- JiL L D THOMPSON PUBLISHING COT LOUIS MOi or NEW YOIIK CITY r X 1 r 4 t WOLFS COUNTY Lucy GrMk LUki StillraterMagoMncounty Lscycreek withWillieW T Perkins nays eating beans and paying poll tax ii all the gu Thom onLacythefamilyweekTom reintheweek W C Perkins attened Mt Sterling court last week and reports the market very good 0 S Sample traded an aged milch cow to a Mr Hollon on Lacy creek for a twoyearold heifer D D Wilson attended church on the head of Stillnator last Thursday and reports n largo crowd present Jlev Henry Adams preached several very interesting sermons at the A F Johnson school house this week Ye scribe of Daysboro attended meet ing here Thursday night Come again Ulmrley You area jolly good fellow O W Cecil has beets on Lacy crook time past wcei taking care of his grass aud you bet John Sparks was present on time occasion John Bcasley and Clay Campbell came nil the way from Laurel to church Thursday night Clay seems to think that the Itoso is the most beautiful how er that blooniH UKD IlAm Lee City Lilacs Win L Clair and wife are visiting in Brcathitt county this week Clay Hose made a flying trip to Lexington on the excursion Sunday Oscar Fallen of Daywboro was hero Saturday on business and mixing with his many friends James McQuinn of Kstill county was visiting relatives hero lost week anil re turned home Sunday Lirpa Sherman the little sure of Pas Farisli who has been very ill with fever for sumo tinge H recovering Miss Malvery Smith visited friends and relatives at Jackson Saturday and also took in tho excursion to Lexington Sunday JHarry Fallen of Daysboro was here Sunday to sec his best girl lie also killed a rattlesnake within the town lim imits that measured5i feet Several of our people are preparing to engage in the losing btwincwi among whom we note U iIi Host H F Ander son Leandcr Dunn C NV Itoso and 0 B Allen Quito a number of our people went to time footwashing at time Walters school IIOIIHO Sunday where services wore held by Revs 1enco and Wilsou They also held services at Leo City in tho evening and preached to a large audience George Taulbce who is a corporal in Capt Patricks company of volunteer came homo on a furlough mend was taken with pneumonia fever but wo are glad to note ho is able to be about again and says hOi thinks that ho will bo able to join hn company by next Sunday Suc cess to you George Our school began on tho 18th with Kelly Nickcll as teacher and nn attend ance of rJ pupils Quito n number of the patrons were present and some very interesting and encouraging talks given All tho patrons and children seemed to interested and we bo very much predict that Kelly will give general satis faction Campton Currency Rev J W Doanc of Spradling was in town Saturday Hon C W Russell loft Friday for his homo at Waltorsvillo Henry M Sword will cemmcnco his school in Brcathitt county Monday tho 2M Newt Nethcrly StUn Irollitt Toms Sherman and Howard Moore members of Culsuns Bfgimcnt were at homo on a furlough the past week I am in receipt of a letter from my brother Cico L Athy who is at Chick tatituj Plant ho ill In time best of ulllaugll health not hawing been sick n moment slice ho joined the army lie nay that Frank Osborno and his brother who belong to 1ratcrri cavalry are in the hOll- pH1i1 with lover but that all the rest of the Wolfe county boys to well anti eat hOed lie says ho only line todrUl hours n day and that It is the opinion or General rantandvol Gaither that the Second Rcgintint will nCIer o sea foreign loll oml foreign vlceion theywill I complications arise stay x at Chickamauga until October or be tent back to Lexington and mustered out ai It is the general opinion of the officers that the end of the war Iii near Jtes101ellt go to the front and that Gen Grant U proud of the Second Kentucky and aaya packJulyOlllmoro Gleanings Clayton Calhoun of Quicksand is visiting the family of J II Vesti I i visitinghisMiss Lizzie Calhoun of Paxton is viiitiog relatives and friends in this vi cinityUncle Pete Little and wife of Mor gan county are visiting relatives and friends in this locality Tames and Alexander Mcquinn of Estill county are visiting in this dill trict combining business with pleasure Monk Bailey of Magofiln county is visiting his motherinlaw tho Widow Spencer ITe will move back to Row ard Littles turn soon Andrew and James Buskurk tho lat ter of whom wet had not seen for 10 or 12 years passed through here on tlicUt lnit enrouto to the head of tho creek on buiinoHs Rev C W Johnson tho Sam Jones of the mountains as our Dayslwo correspondent pleases to have ii has just returned from a preaching tour of twelve or fifteen days in Morgan county Henryplanksand Asberry Banks has bought out Breck Hack price paid nut known Mr Mack and wife aro now at IHeaver Hill selecting a location preparatory to mov ing to that place James H Vest is in receipt of a letter dated July 19 18t 8 from Itichland Tazcwell county Virginia conveying to him the sad news of tho death of his sister Mrs Joseph White on tho Ilth lust at 530 a m Sun leaves n humus band and several children and ninny relatives and friends to mourn her lays She was a devout member of time M IK Church South for many years She was 58 years old July 2J INCU KrMtrn MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Mrs C C IXHH is very sick at the home of Jesse Oldflold Misses Alum mend Bonnie Cecil attended church on Gilmoro Sunday J T Icvcdon wns In our neighbor hood Saturday nelling organs Bro Wallin and wife of Hazel green attended Consolation church Sunday W II Blnnkenship has been confined to his room for tho past week with neu ralgia J Jh Johnson began the Consolation school Monday with at scholars III attendance 11rs11I 1 JK Miller of Lucy Creek vis itcd relatives and friends in Consola tion Sunda- yAndrewSwaiigoandBovil S Hel ton of Maylown were tho guests of W JIII Illankenship Sunday On our way to Hzol Sunday evening tvosarabbits and wo have living witnesses to prove our statement GrassLickGillcHpie below his fathers Wednesday July 2o TIM DUAKK May town Missives H 0 Qulcksall paused through hero FridayMrs Hello Mankcr is visiting in tim country this week- Knrollmcnt up to dicta is Gi and tho school work is moving along nicely Mrs John Hcury and Nannlo Day went to hazel Orcen last week to do somo shopping Miss Iluldnh Wood and father came down to tho mill with HOIIIO wool and while here attended church Bobi WiilsI accompanied by Richard Brown and Richard Tester loft Tuesday morning for Lover Blackwatcr to bow soma wells W H NIcKell accompanied huts daugh ter Miss icarl to Kothwell Monday where sloe took the train for Lexington train where she will soon leave to enter school at Midway Time protracted meeting which was conducted by Hen Kvcrsolo and Jodby cloyed last Sunday The sermons were very interesting and beneficial to nil who gave an attentive ear On last Sabbath there was a very Imp py gathering at tho residence of Mr and MriJordnn Wells consisting of nil his children except one Mrs Aleck NIckell Those present were Mr and Mrs F N- DayMr and Mrs W Ii Morton AIr and Mrs O F Knell Mr and Mrll R L wmil and Mrs renborn Trim 19 AftcMho din ncrtho family group was taken by Mr Jill Clark 1 i CENERALMILESI Hai Arrive at Puerto Rico anti tie Campaign Will Soon to Oi TIOOPI 1EINO HUSHED TO THE FRONT WASHINGTON July HIt Iis calcu later that Qen Miles has arrived nt the point on the coast of Puerto Rico select ellas the rendezvous for nil tho vesacla of the expedition Whether or not hn will undertake to make a landing In ad vance of tho arrival of tho whole expedition probably will depend entirely upon conditions aa he finds them Should there be no Spanish force or at least an inconsiderable ono on the coat the troops will bo landed to relieve them from the disastrous ctlbcts of being con lined closelyI on ship board under n trop ICAIflun Time General has with him BUlliciont artillery to hold any position he may choose to occupy supplemented us this artillery will bo by tho guns of hits naval convoy Meanwhile the department is making every eflort to hurry along the remain der of time expedition Borne troops are now on their way from Tampa and Charleston and should reach Puerto Rico by tho middle of tho week Naval officials are assisting actively In getting tho troops off and wero engaged today in sending tho necessary orders to that end to tho commanders of tho naval auxiliary vowels which have been placed at time service of tho War Department CLOSE TO MANILA Only Two Miles From the Spanish Lines Is tho American Advance NiV YOHK July1 iAIIpednl dated Juvito July 21J via Hongkong July 2ft rays The entire regiment of First Califor nia Volunteer advanced today to Jan bo only two miles from tho Spanish lines surrounding Manila limo California troops have hcoll thrown out by General Anderson to forum thu advance of time attacking force South Manila Is to bo captured first The Col outdo mind IHah batteries are being funded at 1aranguo directly front time ships Tho Tenth Pennsylvania Volunteers with time rest of time artillery will be lauded nt Malabon just north of Ma nila THE ARMY OF SANTIAGO To bo Moved to the MountaliiH ol North Carolina Whore tho Health of Fever Stricken Soldiers Maybe Restored lAmA FIA JulyIA high cam cial was uskcd today what his idea was about time apparent change in time orders moving troops from train place Ho said that ho had it from headquarters that there was to bo a considerable change in many ways To begin with tho army was to bo moved from Santiago as quick ly as possible they are to go to thu mountains of North Carolina whcro time yellow fever will be stamped out entire ily This is to ho dent in about n month and time men given a good rest Then they mire to fall on Puerto Rico or Ha vans whichever place may scat them Kentucky Timber Lands Sold A special from Ml Sterling to tho Louisville Dispatch under into of July HI saya Judge H IF Day of this city has jjust closed a walo of 0000 acres of growing timber land on time waters of Heaver creek Mcncfco county Time property of K L Sittsor mural time Wyo ming National Hank of Wyoming Pa was transferred to Johu B Fassclt of Tunkhnnnock Pa John T Phillips of Dallas Pa and John T Hallcck of Wllkesbarre Pa Tho price luLlcll1f 3t0 per acre Tho timber is largely oak and poplar This halo necessitates the building of n railroad across Mcnefeo county to con nect with the Kcntcky mind S A at llothwcll or the Licking Valley at Vale Tho work of construction Will begin at once Xkj LATE STATE NEW WHEAT Is selling at 06 cents at Ver alllM FINK leaf tobacco was sold Iia the HepklRivilU market last wreck for 1760 per 100 poundi A FAIMOUTH firm hat contracted for 200 sores of encumbers They expect to also 40000 bushels OIJNT JENKU8 a captain In Colonel Frank Wolforda Flat Kentucky Cavalry died at Htandford aged 7fi years THR Lancaster city council hM PUlled an ordinance requiring the oooilruotlon ot about 0000 feet of brick paving with tone curbing HKMRY SIKNCKH aged about 4S years oommlttid suicide at Lexington one night i ouNtorbulMIIIITImE news cornea from Frankfort that tho 1rlaon Coniniliilnner will take formal Possessioneleuteduflcers on Monday Friday night BKKK drinkers of Lexington are strict ly In it on nccnunt of Uio beer war In pro greM at that place and the local brewery will brlnif the price down to 4 per barrel LONNY VUATCH H young man of Pa dncnh ihot himself In tutu abdomen and will rife JMaUvll say It was aeehleDtaJ hut lili provioni deipondency indicates lul elite TUB Northern llnnkof Lexington one of tho oldest In Kentucky hiss decided to go into liquidation und quit business It Pus Ii capital ur over tlOOOOOO and a our munlaIpalof the otoeklmolders as time only relief PJUBONKJW in tho jnll nt Edmonton lest week overpowered tho Jailor nnd flvu men eicaptd nnioii them Ed hays con victed of mannhuiLhtcr and lenlencod to 21 years mud Julmu Hlude who wits under ajnll Ncntuncc of sir month nnd n fine of 2fiO for shooting In nudduii heat nnd pin slim WHIM Sheriff Hnrlow of Barren county was Inking Nome prlHoners to time Kddyvllhi pun n drunken mail oamn Into limo rnln on which they woro trnvellng andl priannerstooner In tho face mend time aiicrlft choked him JOHN BAKMII brotlior of Tom Baker lender of the linker fnetlon was rcltimeil from tutu Itarlxiiirvllln lull OliO day last week and went back today county VhIlo on hU way bomn from MiiiiolirHtnr In Mill puny with a negro Ihn two mom wore Oral on Innit niiilniMi by tho Howard undI WhltiiM Roth were killed by tho lint vol loy The men In nmbiiNli bun rushed nut and fired furlyniio d5 caliber bullets tutu linkers body and twcntyoiiu Into time nugros llnUern body win nut lute frog intuit It being itlinoxt Impoimlblo to Pond thu corpse In u wagon JOTTINGS BY THE WAY An Intorostlna Butluot of Nowa From Our Young Frlontl Jas II Swango Who Writes as Ho Runs J 0 Trim hie of Mt Sterling spent two weeks recently hi Memphis a guest of Ills brother Frank While thero ho made a Mulling trip to Black Lake Ark quad caught so many fish that it hccamo partybrokeMisses Stella and Myrtlo Harman of Wnrroimburg Mo are visiting rulhttVCH in Paris Ills and will spend a fow weeks at Hazel Green later in thn sum comer ns guests of their uncle U B SwangoWhen shovingpiawill tell you blank curdling stories that r rKuIUrI ajj hill reckoned for moro than they know Fifty th reo wcro killed making Limo as emit of tho hill tumid tho 22 remaining wont through tho roof of tho fort and in n liaiidtOliiind light killed tho entire garrixon of a Spanish soldiers with tho loss of only four men If newspaper ac counts can bo believed no fiercer fight hug was over done than before Santiago Mat Long was wounded In the campaign against that city and wns taken to tho army hospital in New York on board tho Olivette From the information I j could get his wound is not dangerous Frank Trimble from Pomeroyton was at Juts post on time battleship Oregon and point the iOOpcrshot guns atCerveran fleet oflSantiago Ho stood bravely on tho deck amid shot and shell and saw tho ships of tho enemy go to time bottom Your writer has kept tab on tho moun tain boys and no far humus scan only tho name of Mitt Long in tho list of fatali ties When it comes to fighting n Ken w tucklan can usually take care of him self The record of tho wheat market was t broken several times during tho past 12 months It started In at 68 costa a year t j ngo In May it wont to 181111 leed than HP days it dropped to 07 cent and rid all a result of Llelcrn speculations At 1 onO time ho was supposed to be four xr a2 million ahead but the bubble busted and tho old man had to bc called on tox 1 foot up tub losses Ho has already pall bhIU coatlruoto 1 J1fIninever parted compa iy quicker y p ltJ t 1 i3f N ilcc 0 OJ r1y j 1 j 10 d- T THE HERALD C Coots il tr jo HAZEL CREEN KV THURSDAY July 28 1898 Wiib R1Tic1 TICKET 0FOR 0NOiFs lOrii DISTIUCT i IonTos rFUfDIDIk I OF FLOYD Cqpxxy THE news conies from Madrid that Gon TOIIAL will lit court niartialed for surrendering Santi ago to tho America bu tit iin not probable Hint ho will bo pun shod r THE Spanish eoldiprs will boI taken back to Spain by tho Com pnnin TransAtlaptica Espanola a Spanish company which ngroiHI to transport tho troops at 20 per head for privates and i5 for ofll eer- sTTiiB presence of five GormanI warships and a transport at Ma nilla loans tho Spaniards and oth or foreigners to conclude that iitl ineanH Germanys friendly rotor foronco in 1 behalf of Spain They regard tho presence of tho Gorman Hoot as a warning to th Ameri cans that thoyshall not go to far and a conflict is not improba bit ACCORDING to tho story of our young friend and follovvmoun tainoer MAT LONG tho fight tha forced Gun loner to surrender Santiago to Gon SHAFTKU was tho result of n war whoop started by a private iu tho Sixth Infantry undI this is borne out by tho soiniofli oial statement that only tho rank and file had part in the fight A no timo during the engngomon was any general within two miles of the fight and to tho line offi cars and privates belong lira victor TUB machete used1 by both tII Spanish soldier nail the Cuban in surgont as a weapon of war iis now for solo in Santiago in largo numbers Indeed it is said thehl there are moro machetes on th market than there woro men in tho combined armies of TOHAI and GAKCIA Americans nro buying thorn as trophies of tho battle at Santiago and byo and bye hun dreds of mon who did not hoar tho report of a gun will bo exhibiting thorn and tolling of how they snatched thom from Spanish sol Hors during tho fight before San tiago BYIVBHTKK SCOVEL tho war cor respondent of tho New York World 18 threatened with trial by court martial and that tribunal can fix his punishment at death Scatst tried to make himself n part of tho commission assigned to raise Old Glory over Santiago after tho surrender but tho guards shoved- him aside This incensed him runt thinking Gon SIIAKTKH ro sponsible for tho conduct of his soldiers ho pushed through tho crowd and slapped the General in tho faco Tho General was i i norant of tho cause but had him arrested and ho is now in tho guard house awaiting tho assent bling of tho court THAT Printers Ink will bring I4nth famo and success cnn n longer bo questioned by any man in tho light of recent develop c moots Some 10 or 12 years since GBO P ROWELL it Co advertis ing agents of Now York promul gated Printers Ink a weekly pub lication devoted to tho interest o advertisers It has filled tha long fait want so well that itiis fj ir 1 SrV now referred to as the little school JDastfr in 11a8 taught tA- rt a to hues r- a thlit etiphntl succc ns o n nme and SUCCQBfr two publications which have tho sumo general aim have been roduc 1ff r A OLABH between the Cubans and tho American soldiers is im iniueutAutliniayoocour nt any mo mpt q11A po Qf gtztoL cr decl1101 GJNAF TaigitIVltnt on tO attend hoFnis ing of tho flag overf Sant qgo iid while the tmexpcinyvero idoing tho fighting boforgEll Caney and Siboney tho tinsurgents wore in idleness in the roar and x9fueodjc p oven cut poles to make improvis ed litters to hear oft tho wounded of our army fighting for their free dom All in all they appear tube a sorry lot and tho United States may have to keep a standing army in Cuba to keep them under con trot OUR SOLDIER BOYS A Member of tho Fourth Regiment Writes Tho Herald From Camp Corblu and Says tho Mountain Boys are in Fino Fettle CAMP Coinux hnxisoTON KY July IS 1S93 Kmroii TIInA 11Even in our prep aration for n inarch to the sea an inva osiou into the cnomyn huul findv de Htriictiou of n corrupt and despotic got ernment we cannot forget the dear old UKIIAID and tho hollowed niQinoricii of the good people of Wolfe county during our brief stay among them nt Campton throughtyour sumo notes camp of tho Fourth Kentucky that may bo at least of passing interest to them In mingling within the lines of tho different companion wo note tho follow ing Wolfe county boys who in their patriotism are ready to pncrafkc their lives on tho altar of their country in de countrysttIll Maine In Capt JIarlan Ilcatlyit company Comprny C from Ilcatlyville we tied Sam Hurst Curt Lykinf Tom Sherman Wiley Steele George W Steele George CableeW IL P Friday Duff Boone Henry Taylor Tohon Joe T Williams Samuel 0 Proflitt Dodridge Brown Tildcn Tay lor Win II Campbell Ilowcn D Uuch nnnn and Janis It Rons In tho Breathe Itt company John Patrick captain are the following Tom Stamper CT Byrd Moody Lacey Clay Oliver J A Sebas tian Kent Little Urcck Amyx Top Green Geo Taulbee Curtis Wilnon Unit Strickland Byrd Wells Kcubin Williams Alvin Oldficld was here two weeks but when it came to the either tho thought oflithe girl mUllterI behind or he couldnt stand the ordeal of n Spanish bullet caused him to back down and ho was invited In tho cus tomary manner out of camp All tho boys are doing well manly tilling any and all duties imposed upon them and eland ready for any command against tho enemy The chances ore tho Fourth will be sent to the 1hillippiuo Inlands an early dote to do garrison duty if not to engage in active hostilities They are rapidly advancing in foot move meats and will readily catch on to the manual of arms Tho boys present a uniformslwith their general deportment gives cause for general congratulations to Wolfe that it in HO well represented by the contingent among tin We sea all of tho boys nearly every tiny we be lug associate with the Ilreathilt cum splendidtilion to tho strict discipline Sergeant Sun Hurst and Gco aro now at their Wolfe county homes onI n few days furlough and others willI follow after regimental muster hcitI Thursday l1oStamper were prominent Campion nisi torn to our comp during the poet week had were cordially received by the boys who arc nt nil times proud to have county people among us Others o Wolfo who have also visited us wereI Howen D Roes Sheriff A T Combs and WIIHamlf thtpresence ready witI and humor among us We know if Dick tIs too light for a soldier ho can at least fill the place of a drummer boy- 1tte Loupe of a Jmliby him a least be we leave AJJ qrmoO poplar coMmamrere ever preceded a regimen to badethan is 1 found in Col Colson and Lieut Col Murray and their kindnesses are appre treftedtcrelml tucky homes and will go from our soil the flneat body of men that ever trod the turf of the grand old Commonwealth fiost regards to Bro Cooper friend Dick White and friends of Wolfe 1 W P NoBiUs Company C 4th Ky Keg Vol InC SmallPox In Southeastern Kentucky STATJ BOARU OF HEAITII BOWLING Gases KY July 18 1898 j To the Health Officials County Officials and People of Southeastern Kentucky Smallpox now exists in Laurel and Clay counties and it is widespread jp Jackson county Every clue ofttlie population Is affected and the diwaio ia in epidemic form If every man woman and child in Southeastern Kentucky is vaccinated at once danger of n serious epidemic will be removed Every person remaining unvaccinated is n menace not to themselves alone but to the health and bust ness welfare of their entire section Children should be vaccinated when quite young and older persons should be revaccinated every seventh year at least This method of prevention iu as cheap as it IM safe andeasy when prop erly done with reliable virus The op oration should be done by n competent physician under proper aneplic precnu tioiiH Reliable virus may bo obtained tram the Henry Drug Company Louis ville Kentucky- In addition It iis earnestly requested that the boards of health for each coun ty and town perfect their organization nt once and confer with their county courts so that arrangement may he made to stamp out the disease an soon as the first Glen appears Physicians should be on the lookout for first cases An es pecial watch blionld be kept over team stern trumps and peddlers Prompt and intelligent organization will save heavy expense to all counties interested as the cost of stamping out the disease must be borne by the county courts This Hoard holds its lf in readiness to give you any assistance in its power at any time Ily order of the Hoard J M MATIIBWB M D Pres J X McCoiiMACK M D Secy Comment Is Unnecessary SlliADMNO Kv July 298 lion Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky My Dear SirWIHou please Inform me why we fail to receive lilt IIEItAU on Friday It arrives at Camp ton on Thursday but does not arrive hero until Monday very often notwith standing the fact that wo receive ruail from Campion a times n week Monday Wednesday and Friday Sometimes the paper is marked Please let this go to Spradling There in something rot ten somewhere Itespectfully your T K TUTT P M There is Bomcthing strange about that endorsement sO- ld papers 20c a hundred cROUp REJJeCroup whooping cough and colds llugerIDR BEL- LSPINETAR 1 HONEYThis famous remedy will cure itfEvery home diould have it ready for infnllible lung affections f 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iJIi yR S Nationml 111 Tnuii NI mid your favorite homepaperI E HERALD iH H M a HUTU OXK tAn run ONLY A1OOfirS 01 3fSond all orders to THE IlEHAIJ = II A RESTOREDMANNQSn Ji ThaRnsnoodrfornervous prtlraUOD n4n 1I10U dlro fttct i I tbeIfeKratllnofJInIOfelthlrHjurhNInoutJOcr tt- emupnonandlnnnllr 2 With evetr bordorwovIrerwrltl Ioa 4 Itaic 111tzZUt1iurtStW r hindtbronnv Mot a renperbox L oTT C11kYl WClordai0 1 Y Yl I iIlj Constipation I s lolly hall the sickness Itt the world It Tuljftj the digested food too bung lu tho bowels I it lid produces biliousness torpid jaw lnu 1 HoodsI MS had taste ensued a I lie K sick bMdiMbe ilib D I la SP eta Itood shell lSt1T 1 1 ISeire eotutlpatlgp fi f 1 sults easily Wroui1JJY 25c AIlrUlltiJtI 1g ritpared by 0i HoaPA q Iowell Mau- a De uly 1 llls tin taku with llood Sarsajiarllla S S J ttt FIE HERALD I Ij i Inltltuleii JOHN Wur GIILKY of Laurel died 1JJMonday night aged about 23 years 1 5- sfEmllT LKDKOIID of Spencer Iin hero on A visit to relatives and friends bu- tt1 IIci K will probably start for home today MItS MtsoN JNK of agar Day a Ai c boro his been confined to her bed nnd Ihome by illness for several days past til O n BENJ SEWEM of Campton paw ym throurrh hero Monday enroute to the Republican convention ut IaIutsviile- ggjf8 WM CKAYTON of Youngs Spring eE Bath county in very anxious to havo r S2 fair this fall and authorizes the 12 to act for him unItjIf B Sarsaparilla tho digCHtivc organs ate n S REDhQ5q J rjS Euiu J T IiKitATr will begins a 3 gx meeting at the Old G raH y church on t g Friday tomorrow night which will be = l continued indelnite1y Pnoi1 G N yriiiHKNsov who in ont has consented to 9anditvilltfillithepulpit of Eider Cord atN 3s tiro Plirijt 1111 church next Sunday morn IIIl1llllghtce i CraiI i I S esiller ynchburK Vn was among the is commercial tourists that struck our s a town last week oAE 0 AMOS representing the John R Dry Good rv Cincinnati tvs hero last week and soldu fino h1lfir a I amII S 11 Join 15 IluooKrf and wife left Wed 4 nesdny for MUIIIJvw r county where thtY I Istwill visiti their son inluw and wife Mr IIIw and Mrs JP Spencer and also to hce IiC hut their son Arling return home in p duo time i lImtAIIdI caNGI1 rsubserlpwi tHlvllncej 3tl lit HIUH Pino Tar Honey acto as E bairn to time lungs cutting the mucus- iiI I allnlng time itrflammatior healing andj i IQS strengthening It is pure to tlo you 1 gOtHIcallnot do YU harm Thousands i 1 tcO have becu benelited by itd use ui ia VIRQiEandllhallioJamesandJohn ImerattiI MbeIi re Sunday evening EOkl g TT j 18 DruixjJ the absence of Mrs Lou Day rindaI jjggp quite well Hiiitcd to the situation John L 58 to entertain and iris good wife to Ill per JM intend the preparation of thg edibles hAq I5jf5S Inop G N bra SJIS former as Cl 0 3 siHtant teacher in tho academy at thin 33s place but now of Lexington accompan eco eJlhy 1rof Schoonmaker of Eureka i IOllIllvin nilII c Kashc00J TAYIOU DAY who has been at IHot Srra Springs Ark for the past four or five Kg weeks is expected homo next week end H c jjy atHazeII5 flgg 5 5 realizestheI1 a ititution in our midst anti wlll1r ane w inAsaJoo 3i r OLT town wits startled by time alarm w j of fire Friday evening last and the male IVP = PpulationI hastened to tho scene which Ij Mtosej i vwuuii i iik iviiiknj Combs colored sounded the alarm and only the quick rClllOlIKe of the men sivedItI dnmRg tuns JOHN PIKRATT says Monday to our n nn about town 1 My Jcraey cow brought II calf Saturday night and already 1 1 byJudge60 He also offered to bet there was countythatgivesstIB a joker ELDER JIRTo PIEJUTT came homeTuesday lroia7searlah at whleWJcc he reports avery Interesting m cUuf9n reportsgotwcnabitereatJ By its Record orrcmarknb10 curesIloodSnlsapurIlla thoonoInthepublioeye foullyCathartic cte FnANK HqitTOX tho omercbnnttikehoneNettitwithfriendsutHazeli i a Utter Ilortallstopplnngllildathey are A wubegunMallieJamesI averyMalle1ugbLyearnsinussatisfnctiouthat andherwasagaincurls hlbrotherrindsaidntBUllhtolli enroute home Curtis Land a small bone hyfllllll11 slingrNEW subscriptions to TUB HKIUID untilSeptenmlter uhlcrlptllllillthat time On and after that date the pa nilhOllloI year in advance W C CuAwrouP of Paris has been engaged to teach the colored school at Duynboro and arrived here several days ago wince which time he hUll been the guest of our colored fellow citizen U illlltlelldlulthesaid to be up to date in hit ideas of work in the schoolroom XXXXXXXXXXXXNXXXNNNX If there in a crouHtiark on your C paper thin week or next or at anytime it is a gentle reminder that JXyour Kiibscription is tine and tin paid null that we will appreciate J Cyour early attention to the mutter XXXXXNXXXXNXXXXXXNXXUtrlt shouseIhebody lIlIIelrdecurntedI prettiestfronts oldri house to a tiling of beauty Mus Lot DAY left Saturday morn jug for Hot Springs Ark where sire contemplates a stay of thc weeks For sheahas been a victim of eryHipelan and to eradecate the disease will try time etlicncy of warm water erupted from time earth Her many friends hope she may return to them tho picture of health and in the bloom of youth rind beauty I I11IiN1 Tfjilrr I I Ion ruT J- I I II MRS S B KASaI Lf Fashionablo Millinor 1 HAZEL GREEN KYrr II u rOxiI of the saddest deaths wo have ever been called upon to chronicle JH that of point Willn of Maytown who was killed by gas in an old well at Jowl Tuesday lie hUll contracted to bore I tho well deeper tail started down in a bucket to set time drill lleforo hf readi ed the boltom ho wan overcomo by tho inhalation of Irrenpirnlilo gases Dud fell from till bucket Ho wan tho only brother of lure1 F N Day of this plnw mind she Inu than sympathy of tho entire community in her sorrow STATJ OF onto CITY or TOIIIX MLITCAHJJ- KIUXK 1 CIIKNBV makes oath that he in time senior partner of tho firma if IK J CIIBSBY t Co doing business in time Cit v 04 Toledo County aril State afore iiiand that said nnn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDHED DOLLA11SJ for each and every trace of Catarrh that can not le cured by time iito of HAIIH CA THl1I Ctlll FRANK T CII1N1Y S vorn to before me and mibicribcd in my presence this litli day of Dcccmbrr A11881 J r 7rr I A W GLEASON lrNotary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acts directly on tho blood trod nail Jous surfaces of the system Send for TTCHKNEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best j3 Heary B Land a prdstlMwt I1 drinkIngatthatiUeodedhlmi iowutkhimof HIJrwithhimonhimthbuabtbe MadloonI qwhlmat tho eprlfmgrforrtticreatlob Mr Land Infactliken that they could do pqthing for hire resortDuring thathosinewsthatIla oWA Corirtr eya FortThomasnAto mind who was killed Jn rliat battleI wets a native of Magoflln countya sonI of Little Reuben Patrick Hone about tl 20yeariold Charles Franklin who was wounded1 at Santiago was formerly n citizen oft FranklinofThe former was a nephew of Manotii Junta of DIlIooro and the latter a rltAIIIINickellr 8nlltlugu ing news All nothing dofmlto is known of tho wounded boy hopoU entertuined that he may recover The Twentieth Century Village A Korieiv of articles on village life Iis begun hI tho August Ladles Homo Journal under till heading liThe Twen Beth Century Village Writers who havo mall n study of tho smaller com munities will contributo the articles Ill that they will bo entirely practical AllI tho condilionti of village life and tho villagmuI ment trod development are treated in practical detail and time articles will IIILInI Urv J H WAUIN and his soni Mon roe left Tucmlay morning for Hazard where the former will unlit Itev Farms worth In n meeting for n week after which ho will go to Frozen to hole a meeting fur n week where ho will bo as gllhMonroeJ ings mind later on do some work in pho to iaphy Tho Mcs r Wallin will aUo take sul eripiiotiH for Tin HKUAID end as the paper will bo enlarged to Ulx Hi inches on Sept 1 itill who desire to sub cribe should ovalof tho present M cent rule When it is enlarged the pike 0 will go toLUO a year in advance Two of our boys that went to Lexing IIrlllyrohn8ehnt4tlall j that they had nothin agin the Spaniards nohow and returned hcuneI NOTICETo the Overseers of Wolfe County Roads I hereby notify and rcpicft nil the over seers of the Wnfle county roads to warn In their hiiudt and put their roads in good ur dome onve Now j ja good time 1IIIIIIIkoI nnd Improve the roads nN It IN the rirN t leisure time of the year with lime furnier nail the roads will nnve time to Nettle Ibe- fore winter If repaired nt once The Nlrla nliMiti IIN the but time to repair roads UK you ran tue how and where they neeil to hi J drained Dud they would have more thou Ito j settle hut hi view of tint laet that the farm err were very busy nnd hchhul with tlnI crops this spriitp I have NiillncdJ the roads to bo neglected hut no cxeiue for Iurthc- delay will hit auevpted1 I suggest that uiivh overseer warn III their hands sad work at leant 2 days ciirh week until tire roads mire pat hi good order 1 hope each and ev fry overteer will take an Intercut in repairing their rUlul not ugly for present use lint for winter use They should to well drain id and thrown up nail tills nindu whey they Jet muddy in winter and If this iIs ilonu we will liuvo goad roads even in win ter There arc some new roadi ncfdfd nn l sumo changes n eeessnr5 to ho made In the olil rOllelUIIIJ the piiMic does not uvuni t undcrMnnd how to proceed and fur tIiel lniHlii I will give them lhl Information Apiiliintion to have n new mud opened or a former one clmuytil shall he hy jictl inn to thu County Court nlgned by nt fentt Lisa laurel owners of the county which pell tlenrlpIInlli he altered or vacated If for a new roadI lire nouns of the owners andI tenants of land If knows unit if Riot known It shallI he so stated over which till roud Is to pass tine points at or near which IllsI to com menu Its IllIcrnlI ruse arid the place at or near whro It terminate Previous to till filing of time petition notice thereofi Khali he lven by poktlng written or printed ndvcrtUcments In at leant five of the most public placet In the dlntrict In which said ninth shall bn located for nt least JO days prior to tint term of court at which such pe titian IIt to he prciintMl which notice shill stale tho line when such petition IIi to hit presented mind tho nuhitancc thereof mid K copy of the advertisement khull bo tiled with the petition 0r OKNTKK J W r r It H BRYAN HAIKSttAN lon Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINCTON KY I Cure5ti t4Otina1 0 a r It C PtlELPB the leading pension Mu of llclfast N VI rltoilI I was dUchargud from ilia array on account of ill health and BUflorrd tint I licart trouble over since I frequently bad fainting and smotlMtlng spells My form was bent us u man of 60 I constantly worn an overcoat oven In summer for fear of taking cold 1 could not attend to my bustl ness My rest was broken by severe pains about tho heart and loft shoulder Three years ago I commenced wing Ur Miles Heart Cure notwlthttundlng 1 hud used so much patenYmedlclnoaudl4koudrugxfrnm doctor fur years without being helped Dr Mites Heart turo restored plo to health It IIs truly a wonderful medicine and It afford ao niuch pleasure to recommend this rem edy to everyone taaroa gliU under a ktsltlveC guarantee ant LtiiHflU or money re funded Hook on din FIeasesnerves f rvo AddrrHH DIC MILES MKUICAI CO Elkbart lad r7 WATCHES I t uGOOD ONES at 350 BETTER ONES at 000 424 SU l111tlily And Watch Repairing uu TU FRED J HEINTZ 1 1r IK Main tJSerif1s Sale for Taxes c IHi virlui of taxes due the Phcrlll u f i rc county far the your 1MIVIMJU7 I llIlIlI Mondav Auxiikt 1 18i8 It hrlipc roiuily Court dny between limo hours of 11 oclock a m raid 4I oclock p in at the Cumplonkexpose i the following described real cklate or so much thereof may ho necessary to satis fy the taxes raid costs oivit olT1 Slini ItitKsell Dud adjolninu the lands of yearrMVlliiUS Total lux and cost f1048 S II WIIAOX S W C IIy John U Ilollon U H HAZEl GREEN ACADEMY BostrSchool In Eastern Kuntuoky The next conlon will begin MONDAY SEPT 598 Tho Instruction is thorough Tho dUolpllno lis tho best Tho expense is thin lowest jytTHtsinl fur catalog of particular WM H CORD Hael Breen Ky mtJDl jDlnm JJIJIJ lcrnlRllelitcureI ache Dud all other forms 01 r Headnche or Neuralgic 1 FreeSfR paper IIs mentioned The1lI11ro proitptly hentlftchea Ar relieved the less rrClluellt ulltlllermaAdruggists liO CXJCTI A JJoX The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH RIND IND rY Lexlnjtonn anyEasteratr Railway Tlati TlbieInEt1sOt Nrjil5IO- ir I iJ t f1 Ap Bc UgSI iTrNo 6hSTATJPN8 retrqDa1 yNaLexington 7 M an 2 3Qpa J l s tit NlhchbtdrFairlier B oClIaln 3 Jf pMi sir Ir AwlClay Ktrfnton u2lrnn1 tot n ill atxty 4 afnludee t MiKatIIrldgTorrent UTOS am AU h s pusThreeFkh pnJucksonI WEST BOUND a = No 1 STATIONS DAllyes No 3 Sunday Dally pinAtholI purThre jItoNati pinFihonpunShutlo8pmClayputIndnnI 1 punhuirliepat1YIRiChsler JImAt 11mluhutIClIIc u J nltAlWUcnl Malinger en As SCOTT UfII11I11 Agent I roB SAtBDeylrliiK lo ulosu out my bmdnm nt this place I oflcr for hula till of my Blacksmith Carriage and- WoodWorkerslTooIsw consisting of tin latckt inodnln Also MA turial and Kuppllus a great variety unit the best imllly Also Two Saddlo and Harness Horses noon ONI S lined A raid 0 years nod pur funds safo for One First class Miituv nattyIlarucss IIOISKIIOLI FOltNITlrtKAi jjjiVlaclles In need of nny of the above can secure bargains bv ealllnu on JOHN If ItUSC Hurull Giccn ly inqjttttt1VINCIhI9IIIt KY N II WITHKItHIOON Prculdent- U H 11 UN7Elt Cashier Paid up CnpitJIT 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits the nccmintsof mar chants farmers trailers and business men generally throughout Kastcrn Krntuoky ulIIInllirll Its ullltOllClil every facility and the meet Ilbcrnl turull wlthlll the Ihnlt of kgltlmnte hiinklni octlBlT TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MTSTERLINQKT 11 CAPITA f2000 I I BuniMJfl 80000 iJ M HKJHTAFF 1retldent 1 01 KIKKIATItKK Vice President W W THOMBON Cashie- rihuilnrssoftder o 1YereN1 irctfnllysohIehttbo chianti farlOulI trader nnd business men gmnernlll tlruughnul KanKrii Kentucky A general banking Imslness dune live us a chance to send you it hank honk pay your chuck Dad loan you money when in need W W TuoMiHON Cashier i TONSORIAL POSTOFFICE PARLOR I 0 C L MAYBERRY Proprietor 0 M HMM Hair Cutting Shaving Shumpootng and Btttlafuotlou guarantoud CdfyVonr patronage solicited SILAS B KASH M D Ie- I IHYHICIAN AND SUnQr ONt HAZEL GREEN KV- Ofllcft at residence and calls answered at all hours Obstetrics a specialty OMIN A KAH- IIATTORN EYatL AW I HAZEL GREEN KYaWill practice in the courts of Wolfe nqd the adjoining counllcM mud attend promptly to i all collections entruitcil to hi- mrvAuLI1EatJ A IIJ a t Physician and Surgeon IIHAZEL GREEN KY IIfipurgeryaadobetetrliaarpeolaltT j nERAJ u MWIITand Srthe Jr p ft Pt1 t rJ eri- x rNatq tuj w 1 HOUMTAIM 100MEI l tJ aI 1 LeiM1Ni1 Olttiek Ii t Ift Iyalerae1 Clitiolef- iaeltleli 11t 1MIM Meil ly Wtri ftr ttt ItrtU HAZEL GIIKKXKY July 23 1898 Editor AdTtacc Great change ulttl from natural and very slmplo proczaeea This hoMrgootf in all existence Whiles wo are told In Holy Writ tbatliThe Spirit tnaketh Intercessions for us with groaning that cannot be uttered we are led to believe also that the old earth hoe goae through much travail and pain in teaching the present state of life andT r beauty I do not believe the sun hasn shays bad Ita present brightness tbetl iky ita present loveliness nor the earth ita present fertility and beauty but that all of these have come about by constant of effort directed and controlled by thet Great Architect of the universe And as changes go on and are necessary toa the best development and existence of the natural world so do changes con I atnntly occur in tho intellectual and npirilual world Man is n creature of development Trials are necessary to prove him Sorrows nro necessary to soften him and great conflicts are nec naary that his strength may be tested But it Is better to leave tho realm of i philosophy nml take God who lays t eAll things work together for good to them that love God I used to read tfils work out instead ouwork together iin God has dono great things for usas the Psalmist says marvelous things I believe His treat doings for us are sittll going on and if wo will only let Him Ho will lend us safely to the end 80 hero I am in Wolfe county 20a miles item a railroad mid equally that far from n turnpike awing strangers and hills and yet I do not know of any period of my life when I was more con tent and more hopeful of the future I do not know hardly how to describe this country To bo fully appreciated one must see it The soil is fairly good for most nil crops natural to Kentucky and for such products as Irish ami sweet po tatoes watermelons and general gardena tuTI have not seen it surpassed The j country is lovely hills not too high nor atcop to cultivate tho valleys often broad and fairly good with an nbiuul j once of tho clearest running water you ever saw tho finest timber and in the grcito4t quantity coal in abundance mot farmers having their own mine ttiwi tho loveliest evergreens time mostII 11II11i j riltlaUtl cultivated ciirrouiulcd by a innate most delightful and inliabitcd y an intelligent cultivated people simple in their manners lId unequalled 1 for their hospitality I believe J tlnidI cultivated hazel treen has an excel j lent school and rIeo by tho catalogue there were jG boarding students last year Most of the young men and1 young ladies 1 meet with arc fairly ad vanccjl1 both in music and English ant1I vre have school teachers in abundance crud to spare I might say here thatl more than likelyto population there rut more organs in Wolfe county that in Robertson Nicholas Mason Fleming or Bath And if this bo true and music being indicative of moral and intellectu al development then who Is ahead It might bo stated however that ten mile from here at Campion is another veryr flourishing school or academy that tcqunls or surpasses our school both in work and attendance Moth of these schools nro in Wolfo county And by the way Prof Bishop of the Campion nchool is a Germantown boy and toM1 me recently that ho know Geo W Jott of the Advance Bishop is n fine fellow nnd tintclass instructor and has hut I recently married ono of the brightest women in the State She is a daughter of Hon Jonathan Quicksall of Morgan county nod is ono of tho teachers in the academyIn of other interesting ob focta and things 1 came near forgetting Hazel Green The town Iis as beautiful1 AS its name implies Beautifully 1 cated in a broad valley on lied Ierii j with a background of hills covered I nl i summer with most beautiful foliage and ji in winter fringed with tho loveliest eve J i greens substantially built of ntode- rstyle I I houses freshly painted streets I scrupulously clean fences and IUdlll well kept with n population as clean fIIIi conversation and polite in manners as the most fastidious could desire And besides this wo kayo the fatuous Bwango Cfringn visited yearly by a fair crowd of liealthseokere and fIn HAZKI GLccEai HEIULD n paper owned nnd ttmtxollcd by Col Spencer Cooper mad o famous years ago in the story of VJbnaI I T t T r i9 thin and Bis Continent by Max J yifK Iteifd the Colonel remark fC cently however that whilo glory was a good thing and one men died for it that la Ire W would be pressed to J enjoy aeetethliKlststeeehetantlal Till HKKALD VM tnlrenjoying both We alit had a candidate on the State IB the late Democratic landslide and I eta glad to say he IsI still living ad tiriw promise of undeveloped racing j qualities I speak of Judge G B 1 SwangoI just returned from a several days visit to Beattyvillo in Lee county where our district conference was held he distance from hero is about 35 and the topography of the coun is about the same at I have described Bcattyville has n railroad and is very substantially located on the north bank I the Kentucky river They claim a thousand inhabitants and have some exa cellent buildings and their courthouse nd courthouse yard arc so nice well arranged well kept and substantial that would be glad if some Blueartw folks in Robertson could see and note what excellent taste some mountain folks have The turn Is provided with four very good churches the Episcopa lians especially being elegantly housed with a five thousand dollar church- I met some prominent folks over there I mean in State councils who inquir ed kindly of Judge Deming Hon E Kenton etc Judge L F Mann for rnerly of Carlisle andvery well known 1 Robertson is there and prominent in public affairs especially so in the church He is ont of tho best lenders in n church choir I over saw and after watching t him sing and seeing his zeal for thelchurch I promised him future goodwill l nd will say to the Itobcrtson olksthef politicians that to know the Judgei moro is to love him bettor n i hustling stirring wideawake public spirited citizen with good judgment nndII great energy and force of character The Judge has a very bright anti enter taining family his daughters being handsome and tine performers on the or gan and lovely singers But enough I did not write the to Hatter or excite vanity but having said hard things onco I felt it no more than mete that I should say that now that would in a great measure plat out unpleasant memories of a past conflict which was fraught with misunderstanding fed by personal spite and partisan jealousy The apostle cays there will be a timn when we shall sees we are seen nnd know as we are knownj when all misunderstandings will be righted when intentions tool not acts will be counted stud there shall bo songs and everlasting joy glad ness shall be abroad and sorrow andl sighing shall flee away At that day if not before I hope to meet in a grandp reunion mass friends from Itobcrtson Let us nil bo ready1a 11 Word in tho Robertson County Advance JAR It Wont T 511ifa timid children are well II Horace my eldest boy got the medal in his room at II G Academy for scholarship I and deportment J II W MATTHEW J LONGS Description of tho Fiaht on San Juan I Hill at Santiago do Cuba I 1 W Suimple of the Cincinnati Post who visitedI the wounded of tho Sixth Infantry on their arrival at Now York last week on the Olivette says All tho men nro rapidly recocrin and all are anxious to get to the as soon as possible I visited n numllo- or them in various hospitals hero toda and all are cheerful Lang who is a Hard Green Ky boy had n tie up tho wound in his neck and con tinned in tho fight A few urinateg I afterward whilo kneeling and firing Long way knocked senseless by tho con suasion of an exploding Spanish shell and n fellow soldier on either side of him was killed by its fragments One was Private Hcrvcy of his company an tho other n member of tho Sixteenth Ira fnntry Long described to mo tho Ft Thomas llegimentd part in tho battle follows j11e were on tho extreme left right to Santiago the most dUI rInext of alb Wo were in tho thfcke- s of tho assault on tho Spanish works on San Juan hill which lasted three hours There was no command to attack tit Spanish position but n private of our regiment was responsible for it Ho gave n war whoop In which all tho reg ulnas are trained nnd which doc s much to spur men on to deeds of valor It was taken up all along the lino of tho whole brigade hud all tho commands o 11 earth would not hnyp stopped the boysI The hillside which we clined Inch by inch was covered with grass which camo i up to par lea aald the slope caught the full gyre of the burning sun Grass MdeitIeapollbletae ge a breath et tbeI itlrriii rir aad maay were overcome Itwas Our whoops not our bullets that raided din Juaa We could not see the Spaniard but sly their breast works Wkea we got MM their works they fled Had they waited a little longer we would hue been In a spot where there was no grass to hide ut and they could have mowed us dawn Tho IcoloredThey moved In the open and were mow ed down like grass The Sixth was the first to reach the works of the Spaniards and Sergeant Beatty of Company F Iplanted our flag there Half of my company was killed or wounded in that ttack which was the big tight of all the engagement Prepeied New RailroadIThe superintendent and other officials of the Chesapeake do Ohio railroad re c cently made a trip over the proposed t route of a new railroad from Morehead to the coal fields of Morgan county and they were so much pleased that an en gineering corps has been sent to make a survey and estimate the cost Thorn Inn position to know say the prospects for tho building of this road are very flattering If built it will certainly bea wonderful feeder for the great C 0 Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat Robbed of 2700 Flank Havens traveling salesman for tho Powers Grocery Co was robbed of 2700 at Mrs Halls boarding house ast Tuesday night The money was in purse in the pockets of his trousers which ho placed on n chair before retir ngMt Sterling SentinelDemocrat Gov BRADLEY has pardoned Jerry Cardwcll recently ent up from Clark county for manslaughter Cardwell was u detective on the L ft E railroad and killed John Hargis on the train Cincinnati Live Stock Market Thu Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives the following as the best pricey for that day Best price for cattle SlSfi Top price for calves 050 Top price of hogs S3r Best sheep brought 115 Best lambs brought 1520- Tlio above were actual sales but it should be borne in mind that they repro sent the best of their class on the market that day TilE HKRAID will each week give the best sales of the Friday before which is alone worth the price of the paper NOW iis the time to subscribe H DRS KKN The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRICTURE ihouand ofIlnlt nnd mlddloHRcd mm nro troubled itlthisdicnremany smartifharp outline imimat ner rllht U chiHKO illtllcully in 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