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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r JHE 11 e i GREEN HER Lft Fatablhhed Marth 1883 Matte TJ1 IrI Continent by Max ORll CEiI etend 111sillOHiif Most Popular Most Wifely Circulated and Most uotod Paper in the Kintuckyjountalns H trS M bt1tN71irA1leA rx AUV4NCK t YEAR HAZEL GREEN 1I WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1808 NUlW l121 GENERAL NEWS J L war with Spain lasted three and twentytwo days 9 JJfnt battle tlp IlIlnos Y 111 be septen Inunch- yardU61 iefv rne Piccadilly Club of Cincinnati j ftlI present a losing cup to Admiral i INfer i ibeCulaan General Garcia has sus Wed humilities mill furloughed his 1 eirof thirty days The Spinlsh steamer Isln do Inmron SpainjogonCitizens at Courtland Ala are prc iiri 0 r-Montauk0rCR Gilford a legless man and who J r Moons aria was arrested nt Au 5ilDd charged with horse stealing fttddent McKinley says of the 10000 itaat Chickamauga Park that they are f lilike entitled to the nations grati den The blockade of Cuba and Porto Rico in been raised and the biggest war ij HM ordered to rendezvous at Tonip IJMTllle Otters in Lake Huron have recovered ftoot of copper from a wreck ICO feet fep after it 11111 lain thero for thirty trt years While cutting tobacco near Lancaster Pi Henry Barr stopped to pick up a tidt and gouged ono of his eyes out with his cuttcrc William McCarl while riding a horse wag tbo highway near Bedford hid tushot and killed by an unknown as twin who also rode a horse Italy Is the first of the powers to learn ilewon front the war The Navy De Utment has given orders that wood Ml not be used on battleships The American colony at Sydney New Sjath Wales has cabled to Washington prijing tho government to retain poss Mtioa of the Philippine Islands Cranes negro immunes will leave for Etntiago on the transport Berlin and Echles Texas regiment has been order dbick No reason for the change was ptenllith whenitwaeGen Joo Wheeler was on all occasions it the thickest of the Santiago campaign A Hong Kong dispatch says that tho officials of tho Manila cable are anxious I11 awaiting permission to repair and n SingaporeforPrincess Kaiulana of Hawaii mil rapt P Bradley Strong son of exMay or Btrong of Now York are engaged to kmariied The announcement has beer laude in Honolulu The court martial of Capt L Vi Dun on of tho 22d Kansas Jvcgiment charg gravesialirginiafilly continuo the reminder of tho week A company of artillery was ordered to lard tho jail at Houston 1ex in vhlch the negro murderer Payton Bur mobshatetlm- iiib A laborer working on the Guerrero Jghtcddprette killingthreec a fourth After covering Michigan and Ohio at licenseharryIL a 8tNapoleonto the marriage H Claus of Nanaimo II C who was partnersBarns I galLowestryclnFleei saysl6atresignationitsGptalntoes not wish to be a party to tho stir reader of tho Island to tho United States Ik i professionnlurge 11s Inr1ltCtreatmentl Herfacei iVisbooaIncourttrtlalprivatlJQsentencedolifeimprisonment alLeavcnwortb Kan I setlal troopsrereforo F ngreellti alreadydeplorable rvated by the rain and consequent In see of malarial fevers i Tr u a a r t n WOLFE COUNTY CurretoyHenry inVirginiaapleasantMiss teacheroftownSaturdayC C1Villlams and family and John Saturdaymorrvisitrelatives ofTuhiverschool teachers in washerofromGeoUegimellt camp at Chickamauga in which he states tholhlrdcamp at Lexington will bo mustered out within the next 80 days Ho re enjoytngG U Stamper has been appointed ono of the election commissioners of this county notwithstanding the fact that a I etition protesting against his appoint saythati and ho was never known to falter when tho interests of his party were at stake Everybody over hero except a few tricksters is pleased with tho appoint mont He is a model gentleman and generations yet unborn will rise up and call him blessed Everybody over here men women and children aro hot for Hon T Y Titzpatrick for Congress except a few Ilepublicans anda great ninny of tho JitlpatrlckIi poor mans friend Ho is a good man in every particular and ho will sweep tho district in cyclonic fury from tho hills of the Big Sandy to tho waving blue grass of ClajLv Ho hails from a county within whose bosom there is enough buried greatness to inoculate tho whole world Hurrah for Fitzpatrick I Aug 22 SUITLK JACK MORGAN COUNTY Ezel Exotics How do you do Mr Editor tt I have como again Please dont stop my pa per aal could not do without it hue remains of Mrs Martha Nickoll whodied at the Lexington asylum wero brought here and interred in tho graveyard last week The recent high waters did consider able damage in Magoflln count On our return trip wo were dotnlnet three days by tho high water in Johnson fork My mother sister Dud myself have been on a visit1 to Magollln county to see my sick sister Mrs Douglas llmviml Wo found her ijuitc ill with Drs Kow laud and Adams of Salyersville in at tendance At this writing who is some what better Maylown Missives Miss Dora Grain was in town Satur day shopping Jns Hanks and wife wero in town Monday shopping- Dr J H Taulbco and son Rowland passed through here last week Mrs hello flanker is visiting her sister Mrs Philips near Hazel Green this weekMrs Dr McClellan ICiuli of Snlyew ville was visiting relatives and friends hero last week Mrs Seaborn Trimble visited her fath er and mother Mr and Mrs Jordan Wills last week Jan Shoemato returned Monday from Hazel Green and Torrent where ho had been on business Mrs Shocmate and little daughter Pearl spout from Satuday until Mon day with her husband at Hazel Green Tie following from this place attend ed the meeting at Grassy Lick Sunday Mrs John Henry and three children Undo Wash Childcrs Mrs Cast Sam ple Mrs Dr K E May Robert Day and others Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will euro it anti give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there 25 cents at all goo1IIrUggIKtM Mooting of the Eastern Star There will bo a called meeting of the Eastern Star on tho first Saturday in September at tho Masonic Hall at 1 p m at which we desire a full attendance of the members as there Is business to attend to Very respectfully Miw F N DAY Worthy Matron V K 1 OUR SOLDIER BOTS lrewhat the War la Over They Are All Auiota tt net Io eFIey I lallty and Sam Hounsholl on Sick Llil CA PARErAugust EDITOR HKUAID NOJT that peace has come tho thoughts of tho soldier turn homeward They do not turn the word is too slow they leap they fly to the ones ho love When the call to arms canto it con tained an intimation that in that crisis of tho nation the country would count on the strong young men to do its bat ties The young men responded over one hundred thousand strong It took no urging no entreaty Indeed tho ten dor clinging arms of mother and the pleadings of sweethearts could not stay them They turned their backs on bus mess and professional promises and interests and on love and home to facq the countrys foe Willingly they surd rendered their all and laid it with their own lives upon the altar of their coun try line sacrafico was not to be Peace has spared them but they are heroes every use About the brow of each i1 horrors invisible laurel wreath and upon their leads rests the blessings road eter nal gratitude of the country for which each would have willingly died That they should now manifest tho keenest desire to return to their homes but fur tier proves their loyalty and auguora well for their sterling worth as future citizens of tho land whoso honor they enlisted to preserve They do wnnt to go home Sotto of them have been heartsick with homosickness all the while and aro just now admitting it The American boy lives at homo and lows his hone tho comforts and associations of homo are to him the largest and sweet est factor of lifo You could nut tear him away from these as this war hUH done and not make his heart bleed On the other hand tine American people love their boys Tho young men whu enlisted for service are tbo comfort Dud tho prido or tho care perhaps of thou sands of monies How glad to these tine news that tho duty of the hone coming of tho dear hey is so near at hand Tho noble sclfsacraficing mother Iis to ho given back her son only there are a few who will not return In tho National cemetery at Chattanooga in new made graves and strown with lowers by tho hands of strangers sleep perhaps a hun dredI of tho nations young men who cone to Chickamauga to await the call to do battle at tho front Loved ones will prido themselves in tho heroism of these bravo boys as well they may and still dear hearts will ache All tho vic tory and bravery cannot take away tho sting of never more But it will soot bo over another months waiting and thou will como tho mustering out mill tho boys will go home One hundred thousand doors will open to them and opportunity in plenty bo theirs to distinguish them selves walking in the paths of aod given peace Wo joined to go to tho front and now that there is no fighting to bo done we arc anxious to bo mustered out but if it could to happen somo officers would like to keep us ini but I will venture to say that out of 10000 volunteers In Chicka maugn Park not f 000 hayo any desire to bo kept in- Wednesday was general review of all the troop and It wan n beautiful sight to see so ninny boys in blue both on horseback rand afoot Wo hiivo from 120 to HO on tine sick list every morning Most all of tho Ken tacky cavalry troupe havo had a slight attack of fever- J Frank Hatton was called to his mothers cdsidol last week Ho return ed yesterday and reports her much im proved Sam Hounshcll and Floyd Bailey are both on tho sick list but arc getting along 01K Wo expect to be homo In a short while but dont know whether wo will be mustered out hero or be sent back to Lexington Best wishes to the editor and his be tcr I Success to the old reliable HER AIn So heres hoping that my melodi ous voice will be heard In Hazel Green tenltungfT A Santiago Hero Mat Long a member of Company B Gth Infantry U S A arrived in tho city Tuesday evening on his way home to Morgan county Mr Long was in the memorable battle of Santiago and bears upon his person several wounds received in charging San Juan hill lie was shot through tho neck by n Mauser rifle and his right leg was shattered by a bursting shell In the charge up the hill Mr Long says that his comrade marching by his side had his head blown oft ba shell and also that im mediately in front of him two of the company wero killed by a shell Ills escape from death was certainly remark able Notwithstanding Mr Thongs wounds ho continued tho fight up tho hill and assisted in planting Old Glory on the heights of San Juan Ho also said that there wero n few good fighters in tho 71st Now York but tho majority of them wero no goodMt Sterling ScntinelDemoiirat The Eagle King ol All Birds Iis noted for its keen sight clear and din tinct vision1 So aro tlioso persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes styoa sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil dealers at 20 emits Reporter OConnoll Chits OConnoll formerly of this city but more recently of Lake City Florida where ho wits the editor of tbo Column hint County Citizen inns accepted a posi tion as reporter on tho Evening Leader of Lexington MrI OConnoll Is one of tine test brilliant young writers of our acquaintance and Iis a thoroughly competent newspaper math In every respect and tho Lender is to ho congratulated upon securing his services To tho Lead er force and tho peoplo of Lexington generally wo tako great pleasiiro in tout mending Charles OConnoll as a young gentleman in every respect worthy of their confidenco aunt esteoutlit Sterling h SentinelDemocrat Qonoral OroolyR 278 Days of Dentin The truo story of those 278 days of HUllering by Grcolys heroic llltlo hurl of explorers in the Arctic region mans been told by General Grnuly himself for tho first time for the October Ladles Inoue Journal For years General Orccly lens kept an unbroken silence about his fearful experience smith that of his companions as they dropped lend Onto by ono at his side and it wits only niter tho greatest persuasion that tho fatuous explorer was induced to write tho story om IITHE NEW WAY I WOMEN used to think female diseases could onlyI bo treated utter lo- SS catI examina lions by physi L ofLmodest women silent about their culforlng Tholn- troductlon of Wineof Cardul has now demon strated that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple pure WnofQrdu taken In the privacy of a woman own home Insures quick relief and epeedy cure Women need not hesitate now Wino of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina tions for Its adoption TtI cures any disease that comes under the head of female troubles disordered menses falling of tho womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 100 at I the drug store upeefatdmrecllonethe Udlti Advisory Department Till Chitunooc Medicine Co ChitU noon Tenn W I ADDIS 01t MD dry Mill sayii I Uti Win or Cirdul xttnilvetin rnyprutleund fled It a most IIcenln preparation rot ftmaU troubHi Old papcriSOc a hundred r d t LATE STATE NEWS T t tjmuTho Oddfellows Widows and Or pbans Homo at Lexington will be tiedcntod October 13 Goo from n steamboat on tho Cumberland river while asleep iind was drowned Tho real estate men of Louisville arc making an sport to havo an army post established at that place T F Urock a hone thief committedIsuicide in tho Georgetown jail by taking an overdose of morphine Fire destroyed four business houses and six dwellings at Mt Sterling last j Saturday oMtIOOOO James liradlcy one of the best known turfmon of the State died at his home in Lexington last Friday troopshavofour miles from Lexington Tho smallpox epidemic in Jackson t county hoe bated sufficiently to allow the raisingof the quarantine It Iis thought Jacksonville Fin wilt yet bo tine destination of the Fourth Koglmcnt now in camp at Lexington Judge John Chcnault of llichmond Iis spoken of nil a prohnbto eandidato for tine Democratic gubernatorial nomina tlon Hurt White a negro Is under arrest attempting place No hopes are entertained for tho recovery of Gco liurkhart who was shot in tho hack at Harliiu last week by Win Gross Ixucnro Dow Croningor one of tho oldest Dad best known Masons in tho Covingtonmast leo StonhonHon colored was hanged at Stanford lust Thursday for tho mur der of JonJ Tilford a white boy at Crab Orchard July 1 in tho trial of Harvey Workman for i tho murder of his nephew Win Work warn of Hrnckcn county the defense 1Ms entered a plea of insanity Tho Second Regiment Kentucky Vol unteer Infantry is expecting to receive orders in a few nays to march from their catnip at Chicknmauga to lexington With hatchet mad chisel J W Carter escaped from jail at Kmincnco last Suit urday night lie was under arrest for obtaining money under false pretenses At Ixiuisvillc Saturday night John WncckcH shot and killed his housukcop or Lena Motgnr because she refused to marry him Ho then shot and killed himself John 0 Miller formerly of Mt Ster JtnnpingIntohavo hewn the cause las Johnson 12 years oldor Prince ton was killed at that pinto last Thurs tiny by Chas Wood colored aged 14 Wood struck Johnson on tho head with n rock Tho difficulty origirnatenlover a game of marbles Wood was jelled MIH Pearl Hill of Fayctlo county CompanyATlraredayTheregiment hand after which tho wife kissed her now mndo hubby younqrr left for a visit to friends at Paris Mr Hunt a Mountain Man MAUHHAM MICH Aug 1C Dear Sir I enclose GO cents for which please send Tin HKHAUI to Nick Hurst Sr Clark Center III until time paid for expires Also please put Tho Acorn on your X list Mr Hurst is a relative of the HuntH in your county and Hrcnthitt He is 80 years old and was formerly treasurer oC this county Ho wants TUB HICIIATD in order to hear from his relatives there occasionally Very truly J J SKWKM IM Acorn Mr Sowcll IIs an uncle of Postmaster Sowoll and will accept our thanks fur subscription Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear ntyca removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kindspeedily and ciTcctually cured by tho use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo Its put upln tubes and sold on a guar antee by all good druggists AT TIM examination held on Friday and Saturday last thoro wore five appli cants examined three firstclass and two secondclans Robert D Day of our 1- I town obtained tho highest grade 02 1K t 11 per cent or about 12 per cent above the average of tho others a 1rtI r r 4- r i TP tiIJ MLBC c4 yea k 4Jf SPEROE COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THUfS1 tAugust 25 1898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 FOR CONGUKSSIOrii DISTRICT 1t Bon Taos Y FitzDatriok OF FLOYD COUNTY AMERICA is enlarging her pro servos With tho addition of Cu ba Porto Rico and tho Phillipiho islands sho will bo able to add pino apples nnd many othor trop ical fruits to tho supply BILL GOKIIKL seems just now to havo allof tho State political ma chinery well in hand but when he cracks tho whip he is sure to find Rome of the leaders balk They wont submit to his lash V r JOHNSTON is personally one of the most courageous gentle men with whom wo nre acquaint ed but ho is so badly handicapped by BILL GOBIIKL nnd his allies that ho appears to havo admitted defeat without a fight Tolls YofMi BROWN so the pa pers announce is being again boomed for the Democratic gubernatorial nominntion and hn may got it Nitl Your broken prom isos last time JOHN will be an in Kiirmountnblo obstacle ifl THK nnnouncomont that Con gressman Colonel COLSOX hall boon working in thl interest of FITX PATIUCK for tho District Attorney ship did not refer to our FIn Oh no COLPON is not that kind of a cat IIo was working for a Hot publican by that name tall on of his kinsfolk of callus HON TAms ID BLAIK ns we have many times heretofore stated is our choice for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination but when wo consider tho circumscrib ed representation upon which ho would have to rely in convention we aro forced to concludel that he no longer has any chance of the nomination And stores tho pity for hes a good man a true Demo crat n fluent speaker a fine law yer nUlln parliamentarian who would bring to tho executive man sion dignity and honor TAKING n calm survey of tho gubernatorial situation as regards a logical candidate for tho Demo cratic nomination wo can sec but one man in itnud that nuts is P WAT HAKDIN Day by day ho is winning friends and wlum tho convention assembles they will flock around him like flies around a sugar cnsk Hvumx has hold nloof from all tho factional fights in the party and is in our opin ion just now tho only available man Wo could nominate with any nSluranco of success Briefly ho is the CINCINNATIS of tho situation nnd chicanery cant cheat him A AuuiNALDO the insurgent lend er in tho Philippines is still in nn aggressive attitude and will give tho United States n whole lot of trouble Germany desires n grill in the Philippines and sonic of tho other powers are determined to possess themselves of some of tho pio The war with Spain is over perhaps but to muster out tho army under tho circumstances appears a little premature To hold our recently acquired territory will require a largo standing army and now that wo have one it strikes us that it would bo wisdom tq hold on to it t l aqit R Li 1Ir 1 LUa L Rn1you deer Fred was her aver As he bid her goodbye at the gate Remember Ill ever be true dear And await your return spoil or late V Ill kneel In the shudmrs ol evening deepToAnd in safety your life eer to keep When morn wbng weary and blushing through the bright eastern skies And the sun speeds the arrows of heaven And darkness evanishing dieii To Him will I pray for your life i Amid the dread dangers of war lretJIII And hope of the dnvs still lo come Shall forever be lifes morning bturji j IrCdlAndRemember yourduty to God Fred To your Slag and your country be true They parted lifes deep channoled river tore each on its bosum afar One to pray and to love and remember The other to the red teems at war Dark gathered the brow of the war god And lurid the light on the field countryMeetThe machete the mailer the minion prayerTheyl To his lips pretsed a ringlet of hair God pity the poor lonely maiden So tender no brute and so true For the tears of her hearts deep devotion Is u blessing for me and for you For the beauty of God in creation Is the strength of a frail womans love For twill soar above nil things terrestrial And shine in the rime skits above SMHtrM Campton Ky Aug 11 Its The Best Remedy for Flux Mr John Mntliiii u well known stock dealer of Pulaski KIn After tillering for over t week with flux nnd my physician having failed to relieve me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrluea Remedy and have the pleasure of stating that the half of one bottle cured inc For sale by J T Day RESOLUTIONS Of Wolfe County Teachers Institute Wo the committee do herein submit the following resolutions I We endorse the methods of Prof Cord in conducting institute clod tender him our sympathy and thank along with our money and recommend him to other superintendents as an ellicicnt in structor in institute work 2 We likewise endure tho faithful ness courtesy nnd gentlemanly hearing of our superintendent and our best wish es go with him hoping his term will be node pleasant by the mutual desire of himself and teachers to promote the best interests of the community realiz lug then on him will depend perhaps the weal1 1or woe in this county of this and succeeding generations and we hope that he may feel impressed by the moral importance of his position and trust that ho may so conduct himself that generations of children may rise to call him blessed 8 We thank Prof Bishop for the use of the Academy building and also for the physical training in climbing the till 4 We extend our thanks to the peo pie of Campton for their courtesy hog pitality and interest shown by their at tendance at our sessions 5 Since certain text books adopted by our county aro behind the time or in feriorin quality we favor nt the earliest opportunity such a change as will give tuus the best that the book market affords a G We thank the choir for excellent music freely and cheerfully furnished us by Misses males Stamper Sewell Mrs Bishop and others i 1J1 I STAMIKII Committee MAMA JAMIE I LllA STAMPS j J Beware of Ointments that contain Mercury ns mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering through the mucous surfaces Suchar idles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable physicians M the damage they will do is ten fold to time good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney it Co Toledo 0con talus no mercury and is taken internally I acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buy ing Ham Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine It is taken internally anil made in Toledo Ohio by F1 Cheney iC Co Testimonials free bothtieHalls Family Tills are the best W Old papers 20c a hundred p I ililing Leaves Glue i warning oi winter So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and powerNo barren the tree nor how leafless it may seem you confidently expect leaves again And why Because there is life at the rootsSo you need not worry about the falling of your hair the threatened departure of youth and beauty And why Because if there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of the hair s- 4AVS HAIR t1t VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activ ity The hair ceases to come out it begins to grow and the glory of your youth is restored to you tie have a book on the Hair and its Diseases It is free 9 Tho Best Advice From If you do not obtain all tbn benefit 11Ilxltrtrd from the lYe of tllu Vigor write the doctor about It 1robtbly there U nonio difficulty with your gen eral system which may IK coil removed Aitdmi- DU J C AVER Lotcll MM Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 15 1898 EAST BOUND i 1Ili STATIONS holly ex IailyI Sunday pinAvonpmWinchesterpmKnirliej i I pmIndiani l pmClaypmStnntoni pinFllconpmDnnileepmNntUriilgepinTorrentpmHcnttyveThreeFks CIO 3t am 5 26 pm pinJackson VEST HOUND I No I STATIONS Daily 811111 III nail No3 panAtholj I pmThreeinnTorrentpmIientlyve5 I pmDundeepunFilsonpatStantonpmClaypmIndluuputFairliepiliWillche8lcrf pmAvottpinIexington J H lUHIt Genl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office nt residence and cutis answered at all hours Obstetrics specialty pOLLlX A nSI- IATTORNEYatLAVIII HAZEL GREEN KY i Will practice in the courts of Wolfe amid then l oining enemies and attend promptly to nil collection + entrusted to him JA ID LBEEX D Physician and Surgeon I RYIsurger tl- k t E YET 1 GO rVOW LEXINGio t IJT this Week next week fII or any other weekI r rtASK FOR P 400 OO I JOI jooo CUTPRICE SUITS v They are Great Values and Beautiesjj AT I Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS- LEXINGTON KYi f lta Q o111l 1 l l1JlirIqj mo tJoJXI GlJ10 r N QQ to Oflers instruction in Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Electrical Knpineeiinj BiologicalnllilTwentyeight Professors and assistants Laboratories and museums largo and wen lightsnuticollegiate year i uniformSeptemberPreliminary year For catalogues and other information apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President lily AND SWANGO SPRINGS J TAYLOR DRY PROPRIETOR orrx rL10l111IE l OltLDlf 2htllieS IIheJ I TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY o CAPITAL 200000 jI SURPLUS 30060 o J M RIGSTAFF President G L PresillentWo We respectfully solicit the bushiest of merchants farmer trailers and business men- general throughout j i5nrii Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance send yobchecksneedWjM ittdte ttr fib mtlt WINCHESTKH KY N II WITIIE11SPOON President RI HUNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the Recount of mer chants farmers traders and business men Kentuckyzand notheoflegitimate FOSAUDesiriu I place I ofler for stile all of my t Blacksmith Carriage and- WoodWorkersI w Tools consisting of the latest model Also 31th i terial and Supplies a great variety aorbest quality Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses GOOD ONES aged 5 1111111ti years and per kctly safe for nnv one to drive One First elms Uujrey and Harness110FSEI10p t F01tNITrUEAc rirllutlelC ill need of any of the iibOiM ean wClire bargains hv calling on JOHN II HOSE haze1 Green M lID tai1311mi Jill1 M earfopositivetrti ODI htlfIlfaJ elf ache anti nu other forms Headache or Neuralgia Headache FrjJIby sample nnnilel tueutimu1 yon lb paper is hlAdehH JInure proUltly neatwN- be relieved the less their return until jPt1 foully cured Sold bjz druggists 50CKXT8A ft The Dr Whitehall Met SOUTH BEND INDJiJi L 1 t Liver Illsti51 biliousness dyspepsia headache const f Lea r stomach Indigestion are wkllon sour promptly cured by Bonds 1 IIIS They Jo their work Hoodst t rally and L ylcentL Best after thorouhlP 1 II Q Prepared liy e I Hood r Co Lowell Mms jhe onll 1IH to take with hunts Sstrsa- paralaFHEHERLD jI j I f 1 ELOSB C E FKKXCH preachedat the t Christiiui church in this place Sunday nightII Ton MAr representing the Hull Wurfield drug company was here over Sunday PnKsimxo ELDER RKAOAX preachedj at the Methodist church in this phtc Sunday night i WIUIK riFriATT has been at Torren on business for a week past but return ed home Monday Miss LIMA HA1 INs and a Miss Hih l t op were pleasant callers at TUB 1I1nIuIioffice Wednesday of lnst week I r nciceptj better J for n mess of very tine toma toes and more tomatoes OAUL Mm has accepted tho jHisitinn of bookkeeper for J T Day at thU place and entered upon his duties bus t week Mm El CKCFL will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better I for the finest cauteloupe we have seen this tIenson I SEVERAL parties from West Liberty and other points at a distance were here I last week with wheat for the J T Day roller mill j PROK CORD requests us to announce that he will hold regular services in the I Christian church at this place on Sunday the 2i th t MRS FRAXK CECIL of Grip +y creek j was visitingi her father anti mother Un cle hurry and Aunt Xan Swango several days the past week All parties indebted to me or to the lira of Rose C Davis lire requested toI call and nettle immediately Respectfully i i j Jonx II HOSJII On friend llarvc Nickell our thanks for the following Please find1 enclosed 50 cents for Till HERALD Send to Wm Henry Mnytown A LITTLE sou of Eph Sparks sold wife cut one of his toes nearly otl while chapping r wood Wednesday last Dr Silas Bash dressed the wound and the little fellow has since been doing well Miss ACCT PuiLLir writing to have I inIteadcan not do without the dear old HrRAiit It gives me HO much good news from I Kentucky I MESSRS CUD HAh nnd John Oak Icy of Campion attended the big meet Ihag at Grassy Lick last Sunday Cud spent several hours here Saturday after noon and during his stay paid ImI HERALD oflice a social cnlJII tnking11oods I pernhtnontly r preciousri it Godsey Department Washington D C accom t panied by his wife arrived here last visitingherc villa for a few weeks prior The DIIOII IIwifeIII and will remain hero during their vacation visit DR DRUCK TALLHEB of Mt Sterling Caine up Wednesday of lost week and visited relatives and friends here several days He rode a part of the way with Mat Long and said to hear him relate the incidents of the battle of Santiago made hint feel that he too should like J to have been there He could not tell where his brother Wes who was in the fight with Long was but knew him to be unscathed by either a Mauser bullet I of nachetecut i t CY J T boughttheSwango Spring including 80 acres of lotofges accommodation ofpersons whwish waterWeI forthepurchasedI basinfmodernhutelI cottages and I will doubtless layI oft and beautify the j Shouldhei Hazel Green will soon he known as the finest summer re theIMtc took bold of it and who have seen it since CUll readily see what a transfoima tint he iis likely to work iin the way of improvements at the Iprin and his en theinterestnily JKKFY RO sfof Lacy Creek says that thieves entered his watermelon patch on Sunday sad destroyed nilof his best andeWill get the next grand jury to indict then unless they make restitution for the damage and do so at once The roan who would thus Meal your uHons would not hesitate to take a hog or in viili your corncrib as Jelly truthfully says nil they should be punished to the full extent of the law While at the Grassy Lick meeting Sunday John Chancy told us that some one entered his patch the other night surd destroyed several melons He suspected the party and indeed had proof to sustain his suspicions and notified him that he intended to have the sheriff arrect him The suspected party was at the nnrtiiij jSmulty and paid him for the melons JThe Rev W J Costley of Stock bridge Ga while attending to his pas rtoral duties at Ellunwood that state was attacked bcholern morbus He says By chance I happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrlnea Remedy and I think it was the means of saving my life It relieved me at once her sale bv h JT nay MAT Inn who was wounded in the fight near El Coney Santiago de Cuba arrived home one slay last week on 0J days furlough Tho wound he received in the neck during that engagement hns lcttirely healed but he iis weak from the fatigue of the campaign As soon as his strength will admit he will rejoin his regiment He is a very entertaining talker of the fight he was in and when Ihc iis renting the incidents of the bottle has all the interested listeners who can crowd around hits Mat iis proud to have been through the fight and thank ful that he escaped so easily 11iii farmers of Lacy creek hind 10JRt bushels of wheat threshed this year which is more than an average crop and say they intend to double their acreage for next year We have a first clnss roller mull at Hazel Green which makes as good flour as any mill in the State and our land will produce from 5 to 20 bushels per acre so let us farmers raise more wheat and be self supporting n otherImrketlthereby RespectfullyJilT M ROM LARKIX LOWE who was visiting on Licking river a few days last week says the damage to corn in the river and creek bottoms is very great The late high tides overflowed the corn and Lair ied much of it in mud As the corn was in tho milky state it soured and stock will not eat it He thinks the loss will amount to at least iO per cent all the corn that was covered by ofII and the extent of that acreage is quite largeIAItRllmAt the residence of the brides mother Mrs James in Hazel Green Sunday the 21st lust John H Rose and Miss Yirgie James Elder C Eo French a student of Ken Lucky University performing the cere mony Tin HERALD extends congrat colltractlngI Wonderful arc the cures by Hoods Sarsniwrilln and yet it is only because us the one true blood purifier it snakes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills fur tho liver sand bowels act easily yet promptly 25c PROF G XELSOX STBVKSBOX and Rev Park Tudor of Kentucky Univer sity will begin a protracted meeting at West Liberty on Monday August 29 Mr Stevenson extends an invitation to hU numerous friends in HaitI preen to attend t av r 7w v fI 1III I IDINNER ON THE GROUND The Editor Goes Forth to Partake ol One tad Because Ha Doesnt Rubber- Neck Bo Loses Oat T For months past the announcement had been made that on Sunday tine 21st lost tbe funeral of Dr Gcvedona wife would be preached at Grassy Lick church in Morgan county some 8J miles distant from Hazel Green and ns early as Friday of last Week it was apparent tutherillgof TUB HEIIALD had heard go much about meet gs of this kind and what an enjoyable time was to be had by those who attended and partook of din ner on the ground that ho determined for once to attend So on Sunday morn ing our better I being Indisposedwe invited N L Ware of this place to accompany us and hied away to serve the Master as so many hereabout are wont to do on the lords Day We arrived at the church about 1130 and though prepared to see a very large gathering of the good people we were surprised to see such an immense multi trade The people were scattered allover the church yard proper the road lending by tine church for a hundred yards or more was literally alive with a surging mass of humanity and in every j direction you couldsee smnll groups congreated together or walking about From tine number of horses and vehicles of every description one would judge there was 2000 persons present ninth while these tigtirca nay seem large nary contend that they do not cover the crowd Several ministers took part in the ser ducHjoiilytwoof whom however we rccngni7od viz Presiding Eider W I licagan of the M K Ctirch South and Dr devedon sr One of tine preachers was front Virginia or West Virginia and nIl stated there were several others present somebody said twelve altogether At about 12IO the meeting WHS ad join rned for dinner on the ground and boxes nod baskets were carried hither skin yon Then the picnic began and IIlImoulHIom could see groups feeding apart from each other Several people who like oursclf had gone unprovid ed with something to stay their hunger rubber necked upon the recognition of some friend or chance acquuintancu and succeeded in satisfying tine miner man The editor of TICK 1l1ItA Ill how ever held aloof and watched tho proceedings until convinced that the crowd hind consumed every morsel of grub to be found upon the ground and that if he lingered longer hed grow lank from hunger Wo looked around and could find nothing to buy not even a watermelon though there were 10 or ITI loads there during the day and then we hied us homeward On tho way home we in ended some good neighbors apple or chard and took an apple This we ate with a relish akin to that evinced by the rubber necks who mini caught on anti consoled ourselves by humming over the words Dinner on tine ground Ar rived home we invaded the cellar the kitchen nod the pantry and in a short while our better 1 had a feast fit for any hungry man before us null what wo did to it wits indeed a plenty Dinner on the ground Among the visitorsi present we noticed many from West Liberty among thorn Dr Carter sr John Rebel KendAll Sheriff John Carter and others whoeo names we did not learn or do not now remember Mnytown was represented by several citizens among whom we noticed Noah Lyons and others Jonathan Quitksall and family Jim Cecil nnd others of Illackwnter were there and tine Chapel neighborhood was largely represented including the famil its of Frank Cecil sad others People from Gillmore and from Lacy creek and from every point of the com pass wero there congregated The editor shook hands with people from every neighhorhood and had he rubber necked he would have been all right in tine recognition of those who wereTeasted withdinneron the ground But he didnt Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctor and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey This remedymakes weak lungs strong It Inns saved my lifeJ B Kossell Grants burg III- THERE will be preaching at Consolation on Saturday night before the first Sunday iu September by Rev James R Word I JIl ftIfIWI IJA Wj WANTBO Immediately COO twofoot oak clapboards ApplyI at this office Miss LnUE EVANS Is visiting rela tires and friends at Spencer Montgom cry county MIM MOMY TYIRR will please accept the thanks of tine editor and his better i for a dozen veryfine white cucumbers Mart EVKUXK OllAiu who has been visiting her sick mother Aunt Caroline Swango left Friday morning for her home at Paris III Mitt SOUTH TKIMIIU of Franklin county accompanied by her little daugh ter Margaret has been a guest of Mrs G B Swango for the past two weeks EAUI WORTH INOTOX a nephew of Mrs N L Ware and Henry Thackston of Mason county who have been drink lug Swango spring water for a week past left for homo Tuesday morning Miss MAKUII KASH the belle of Ha zel Green chaperoned by Mrs Nannie hash the handsomest widow in Wolfo county stopped at Tin HKUAIU ofllco Saturday en route to tho Grassy Lick meeting Sunday Thats the Will they said it and wo dont doubt it Hox WiiKURfiox STKKIU exrcprc sontiitive from Morgan and Wolfe was over to see us Tuesday to have the min utes of tho Burning Spring Association of Regular Baptists printed which this oflice has regularly done for veverul years past with thu exception of one and Mr Steele says that during his administra tion of over to years as clerk no estab lishment hints ever runderid such general satisfaction And such is the verdict of till who inure printing drone at this oflice Miraculous BenefitRECEIVED FROM Dr Miles New Heart Cure t WIHAHCOOK of Avoca N Y n ELII of the aril N V Artillery and for thirty your of tlio Babcock St Muns cl Currliigu Co of Auburn says I write to express my Rratltudu forthonilrnc loins benefit received train Dr Miles Heart Cure 1 MilTurtil for years tw rCNiillof urmy life tram holiUlci which affected my heart in the worst form my limits swelled from the nnklt8 up 1 bloated until 1 was unublo to button my clothing hud sharp twins about tile heart HinotliurliiR tiplls und shortness of 1reath fur three mouths 1 wan unable to Ho down und nil the sleep 1 got was In nn armchair 1 was treated by tho best doctors but KnuluuUy crew worse About a year ago I commoucod taking Dr Mlles Now Heart euro mid It saved my life ui It by u intrude Dr Mllo Kuuieulo aro sold by all drug RUta under u positive guarantee first bottlu benefits or money ma tll1C5UK MlUy AlKDIiALCO Klkhart IudII FOIt WATCHES And Watch Repairing 00 TO FRED J HEINTZ 135 B Main- IvxmNoTorI Kr 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The londlHK house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Driver C9Tc5pooIiil attention to Mull Orders H 11 WHYANS- AIKSMAN IOIl Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY U i jsi Nil MilNii III on thl nwiilli t I I rILiFashionable MillineriI 1 HAZDL GREEN KY T r I I j I LHAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Tho Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky The next MCiiIon will begin MONDAY SEPT1598 Tho instruction is thorough Tho discipline is the pest The expense ia the lowest ISeud fur catalog of particular I WM H CORD y hush Green Ky 4 r rY 11 1t r + IfiJt Y AI j i y tot lJi II 04I Nit 1 fi l 1 A RICK COUNTRY IIeets el tht Natml Reioaren 0 1 the PrevlaCl II Ralitlage dl Cal Now that peace has been province of Santiago do declaredtheII thntpnrtcastof a lino drawn between Sagua de Tnnnmo San Luis and BantU I ago is today of vital interest to thou lands in the United States I The naturall resources of the and Its fertility its products and fountryII dustrlea are of paramount importance I The richness of the call here as else where in the island entitles it to consid eratlon from an agricultural standpoint The raising of cane and the manufac turo of sugar nre the chief sources of wealth in the province In the immedi ato neighborhood of Santiago arc many tugnr estates Manzanillo further westward 01 the south coast boasts of many large cen tralcs or central sujjar estates where the cano grown en neighboring fields is brought so many cartloads of cane be ing delivered against i o ninny pounds of manufactured sugar the grinder or owner of tho estate ranking his profs It- out of ttilj ififmarmfc amount of cano brought him of which ho keeps n per centage or royally the Colono or small planter finding it to his advan I tage to have his cane ground on a royal ty basis instead of laying out a largo I Muni of money for machinery etc un warranted by the HmallncM of his hold I cropISantiago and Manzanil lo are the threo important sugar ship plug ports of eastern Cuba Next in importance agriculturally come the codec and cocoa plantations with which Santiago province is thickly It I covered Uofleo and cocoa plants are generally grown on the twine finea I or plantation thin frail coffee plant re I quiring for its growth the shade oilered by the tall and overhanging cocoa tree The coflio shrub yields its crop in No vember but an it isI not regular mid uniform three harvests are made annu I ally the first in November the second t in January ami the third in March I Largo quaiitlten of cocoa have lien ship 1 pod annually to Spain and France atf prices varying between Iii cud 17 porj hundred weight free on board hut for j I many years no collco lifts been exportod from the 1 island of Cuha The reason for this lies in the fact that Cuban coffee like Cuban tobacco is of a rare quality and moon raised and selected by experts nndof necessity brining a price which would not easily find a market for the product abroad On the fields Cuban collco sells for from 21 to V 20 per 100 pound I Maize yarns sweet potatoes fwd other vegetables grow everywhere with little care or supervision In six months they bear como shrubs need the shade and lliwo plants oflcr it The result Js that flgctLle4 sti taro the planter who nfter IIIx months IU on n selfsustaining basis with n goodly I coffee crop ahead as clean profit Tobacco is grown extensively nt Pal ma Soriano San Luis faire Jiguany and Guica must of which has hitherto I been shipped to Germany the balance to the Spanish regie Ouica produces the bent leaf although of course of an in ferior grade as compared with Vueltn and Haracoa Partidos tobaccoII homo of tho cocoanut and plantain InII Us wood luxuriant state The ship ments of these fruits to tho north hUll for many years warranted two steam ship lines exclusively engaged in tho fruit trade to run between Haracoa and Now York The plantains and bananas are extensively used in the manufacture of vinegar I The woods and forests of eastern Cuba abound in every variety of hardwoods tho principal being mahogany cedar rosewood nod innjagua a wood known the world over as the strongest and must durable of nil woods of n greenish ashy grainswoodlands are virgin forests which it1J would take years and tars to decimi nato nod which have HO far escaped tho j destructive hand of nine owing to the lack of transportation facilities to the seacoast F byFthe thousand acres and so docs the IIgI iI limn vitae so much sought lifter for tho amnufacluro of block sheaves nudI heavy balla used in bowlingalleys 1alm leaf iu great quantities is export ed to Europe and the United States for tho manufacture of hats and palmichoi w finds n ready market abroad for the man I l ufacture of oil Honoy rid bceswaxare other very ca important articles of export and modern hires on tho plrn of tho French end Dutch hives would amply repay the in vestmentNext importance to Ita agricultural products Santiago de Cubas iron and manganese mines demand universal at HautiagoIrous together and tho Spanish Demerara mineral as worldI resources rich in agricultural and mineral soil Santiago de Cuba only nwaits American brains enterprise and capital to make it one of the richest an well as one of the most beautiful spots in tho world AMERICAN LOSS LIGHT Bat the Spanish Were Literally 8laugh tered In the Trenches by tho Rapid Fire Guns How Koxo August 17The Amer Icnn collier afiro from Manila which arrived hero yesterday has anchored in Junk Bay It left Manila on the Hth A typhoon is raging and it is imi ossiblo to land moils with further details of the battle of Manila It is learned however from an Amer ican naval officer that when Dewey on tho sixth demanded tho surrender of Manila within fortyeight hours the Spanish commander rued that tho in HurgcnlH being outside the walls he had no safe place for women and children in tho city nod asked for 21 hours delay This Dcwey granted At tho expiration of the specified time Dewey and General Merritt consulted and decided to post pono tho attack On August 13 the American squadron formed in line oil Manila The Olympia tired the first shot at Malate Fort The shots of the Americans fell short nnd some time was occupied in finding tho range Thou tho Online one of tho gun boats captured by Admiral Dewey from tho Spaniards got under the fort and sent in a hot lire Great destruction was done with the rapid fire guns lute fort failed to reply but fired on the American troops storming tho Spanish trenches The largo American ships wero ordered to owingIThe lighting in the trenches was fierce Fifteen minutes after tho Spaniards were driven to the second lino of defense they wero forced to retreat to tho walled city where seeing the mOle 4I1lH of their resistance they surrendered and snout afterward white flag was hoisted over Manila The Hclgiii Consul at Manila 11 Andre hoarded the Olympia Ihm1tennntI who agreed to surrender GeneralI Mcr ritt proceeded to the palace at lHO and there found tho Spaniards formed in III Uue Tho troops surrendered their urn tho officers being permitted to rIII tale their swords The American loss reported was six or eight killed and forty wounded The Spanish loss was considerable but tho ThoItial law with General Mcrritt the Mili tary Governor The insurgents were not allowed to take part in the attack upon the city but were kept iu tho rear of the Americans Iu order to prevent bloodshed they were forbidcn to enter the city after tho surrender unless un armed Before the surrender tho Span lands burned tho transport Cobu in Pa sig river It is supposed that Dewey iis unaware of the departure of Governor General August 1ho Xafiros officer first heard tho newsof the Governor Generals flight on their arrival here General Augustis escape Iconsidered to have been pre ar ranged as he brought with him his tune lily and suite ITHUMS o TIM MANILA BUKURNDFU I oNM ox Aug l7oho Manila cor respondent of tho Times says the terms agreed on between Gen Mcrritt and the Spanish General Jaudcncs unity be out lined as follows dAn agreement for the capitulation of the lhlliIlCIIII j II A provision for II III they to remain organized under com maud of their officers no parole being eXllctcdII I furnished from tho captured treasury funds nilI possible deficiency being made good by Americans Safety of life and property of tho Spanish soldiers and citizens to be guar at3teedias far as possible troopsto the Washington government that of re turning arms of soldiers to be left to the discretion of Gen Merritt u flanks and similar institutions to continue operations under tho existing regulations unless changed by the Uni ted States authorities About one month ago my child which ia fifteen months old had an attack of diarrhnja accompanied by vomiting I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gave relief wo sent for a physician and it was under his care for a week At this time the child had been sick for about ten days and was having about twentyfive operations of the bowels every twelve hours and we were convinced that un less it soon obtained relief it would not live Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrluca Remedy was reccommended and I decided to try iu I soon noticed a change for the better by iits continued use a complete cure wts brought about and it is now perfectly healthyO L Hoggs Stumptown Gilmer Co W Va Fur solo by J T Day Cincinnati Live Stock Market Tho Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives the following as the best prices for that day Best price for cattle SVfi Top prico for calves J70 Top price of hog 100 Best sheep brought 115 Scat lambs brought 650- Tho above were actual sales but it should be borne in mind that they repre sent tho best of their class on tho market that day Tug HKRAID will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before which is alone worth the price of the paper NOW is tho time to subscribe J TANDV KIMH and bride were guests of the Day Houso Tuesday 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