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named a few days ago Cam Algnr Falls Church Va Wcrnandina ha- l tf ftetgpipcrs in the South say that the Mtton crop III Texas alone will bo equal toi pound of cotton for every twin TODIID and child on earth i JlfJ M J Parrish aged 78 died at Iff residence in Richmond 111 Tues dar She was one of the pioneers of ffiskington county and a prominent cbnrin worker IriihBjen of all parties are prosecuting tknoviTment for securing tho restore Iii In Ireland of Celtic gold ornaments rtWeb recently found their way to the Brnisn Museum A pension hsbeen granted to a Turk ihwldier who after three years ser rice in the army became IllRlltl com bg under medical treatment WAS dia corered to be a woman The public funeral of Mr Gladstone tHUOt expensive Some of the news fiptrs gave tho cost as V85000 but a competent authority Bays that the actu d tat mas about 10000 In France the oxen that work in the fields are regularly sung to as an encour ttment to exertion and no peasant hast slightest doubt that tho animals lia ten to him with pleasure M Juan Coballos the agent of tile Spanish line of steamers which is to wry back Gen Toralsj surrendered umyls not only n native born Ameri Georgilll1nnubington The police commis ioners of Atlanta unouuco that they will award a gold illgtheiWTTy hat constitutes a good po Hctmaii T Tbp fleet of Admiral Sampson COIl tindtt tot attract much attention in Kow Yorl harbor The crews of tho vcsecls trefkept busyearly rind late cleaning c01I141110n Jirs11erIvyltvelvomilesenstoft Louisville IIIellMid foremost into a kettle of boiling MD Monday evening resulting in death Titian a few hours Heat and humidity has coined great wflerinp in Chicago during the past IIhovo8SsaturatedithnteedlnAly oppressive ofPolaG grndul1ytht shiefscesays wbeen lick thePbihppbVJtous little creatures Thousands of estfrequently attack huntsmen with sheeilghtget provocation inflicting sa ietlmes serious wounds on the neck W face andd0companlous 2ndoorwayboyssuacddentnll born through Allmans breast killing I instantly1sflliam Nowoll n merchant of killedyearstddtl hiDldhlmsclf Monday ni ht r o years old was Away from home IIttelllllllg the Omahrt Expo sanedtion linnncbnl troubles were the dCalorolnjf crops have been greatly re nndlfthere will be IfcnrcelYCnQlIghtl- Ue andprunesfarsad i croptullargeltra of Morris Lu 4aRell known Cnnner nt Blooming antidoPpedafcisternkrahiclrsboplunged st nothifj tragedy until morning kae despondent the refiult of long d L WOLFE COUNTY lUllwater Sparkles InCartercounty Drel1thltttook tnklngpcountyattendedIt L Carroll secured a second class certificate in the last examination for school teachers goodcrowdty attended the association The most orderly crowd that ever as presentlast1unday Joseph Rose of Lacy Creek acconti panied by his daughter Mis Stella were here last Thursday delivering goods she had sold neighborlined people during the meeting of tho associ ation and they were ell welcome Boono lyre of this place went to Holly last Friday and got into adiiUctil ty with one James McQiiinn Tyro I was stabbed twice once in tho back aura once in the arm His wounds are fear ed to be fatal McQiiinu surrendered to Squire J N Chambers As there were no witnesses to tho difficulty it is not known who was the aggressor Aug 20 OMJXIA Ganpton Currency Klvin Tutt tins opened a grocery store on Mainstreet A D Lykins of this place went to Jackson Friday on business Prof Bishop and his accomplished wife have gone to housekeeping Hen ryJULS word and his father left Saturday morning for Joncsvillo Va Mr Vaughn and wife of Mt Ster ling aro tho guests of Mrs Hal Smith A large crowd from thlll place nttend- ed the association at Stillwater Sunday- A F Byrd and David A thy are tak ing music lessons under Prof Joshua Savage CC Hanksour esteemed townsman is on the sick list Wo trust ho will soon recoverYour scribe will leave in a few days for Prcstotisburg on a visit to relatives stud friends Dr JlI taker of Flat and Tom Johnson of Tallega wore hero Friday on business Undo John Faulkner has just return ed from Lexington where ho hits been to woo tho boys in blue BoonaTyra of Holly creek was cut and seriously wounded by a man 1111 III ell McQuInn I last Friday Prof A C ackerluun and his talent ed wifo have been employed to teach the Shelby villo graded school Hon Dudley C Lykins and his son Thomas of Walnut Grove were in town Saturday calling on relatives and friends Hon W II Duff of this place is be ing urged to become a Democratic can didate for tho Legislature and ho will probably yield If all tho wicked are to be cast into hell with all the nations that forget God wo think tho American officers who lire mistreating our bravo soldiers will surely get there The papers state that many soldiers have actuallya great starved to death while some have dic1 for want of medical treatment I am proud that tho conduct of tho officers to whom tho blamo is attached iis to bo investigated and will bo laid before Congress when it convenes Aug 20 Sui1ii JACKi Toliver Topics Mrs P S McNabb is on the sick list Henry Mannin sold to Henry Murphy one calf for H B M Mannin made n lying trip to Kothwell Saturday Toe Catron has returned homo from the log woods for awhile J B McNabb mane n flying trip to Mariba one day Inst week I S Honaker has returned from Pike county with a nice bunch of sheep The residence and contents of Undo destroyed by lire last Bill Mills wore Saturday night Elders 1 Wear Jeffrey and Daniel Hib pert left last Wcdncsaay for Flemings burg where their annual conference will be held Henry Word of this place hag Accepted a position as traveling salesman for n tobacco house in Virginia Henry is a hightoned gentleman quite n largo number of our peoplo attended the meetIng nt t3tillwnter last crowd In1 ftt Sunday and report n large tendance and an enJoynblo trip Courtney Mannin had one of his fingers dislocated ono day last week while engaged lu a game of ball but the rnew nnllCournoy countylasttered two soldier boys Polk Adams and rtlichbllrgfheyhadlate 0 W MoNabb of Tolivcr tells us that white out threshing recently the party of about 20 stopped beneath the whenheschoolhouse where ho went to school to years ago and out of tho SO pupils who pnrtooltof1 ground They were J B McNabb Hay Childors Polly Hurst and himself MorganCountyand Republican antagonist Bon Sowoll of riA nlton wherein ho gave the lie to tho statement that some of tho Republi ngainetSeitZjustice ruled that sure Seltz would bo elected I wish to say that sumo of the Republicans of Wolfe county and cvory other county in tho 10th district will vote against Mr Sit7 nod HO far as Ills being elected is concerned if ho should ever jet lIo enough to smell Fitzpat rick it will surprise tho people Aug 128 SiilNCii t j MORGAN COUNTY May town Missives Dr Kanli was in our midst last week oil business I lineW T Colvin was interviewing our merchants last week School is progressing nicely lund tho at tendance Is very good Miss Eliza Henry JlnillII flying visit to Mrs R H May on Wednesday last Mrs Kd Metks tins been BiiHcring very much the past week with a soro foot Miss Cnlllo Nell Iis visiting her grand parents in tho country for a few weeks Miss Alma Swango left hint week for Midway where she will enter school for the year Wo wish Alma a successful year Jordan Wills went to Hazel Green Mill last week on business and also to Laurel and while there bought two very line calves Among those who have been on the sick list the pnst week are Holt Dun a Aay Ixiiox Hwnngo little Ruth Wills nail others Uncle Wash Childers and family took in tho association at Stillwater and also visited relatives and friends at Campion on Saturday Tho following wero among tho many who went from thus vicinity to the as sociation at Stillwatcr r 1It A Childeri and children Paolo Wash Chillier and wife Mrs1 Li la Oakly Mr and Mrs Beatty Gambill and three children Messrs Millard Uiehie Lenox Swango Elliott Clrtrk Milton Pieratt and son Liim Chas Sample Claud Day and others The Toledo Weekly Blade Every intelligent family needs in ad dition to their local paper a good nation al weekly Tho greatest awl mont widely known general family newspaper is the Toledo Weekly Blade For thirty years it leas been a regular visitor in every part of tho Union and Iis well known in almost every one of tho 70000 postofliccs in time country It is edited with reference to a national circulation It is a Republican paper but people of all politics take it becausoof Its honesty and fairness in the discussion of all pub lie questions It is tho favorite family paper with gomething for every mom her of tho household Serial stories poetry wit and humor tho Honxchold department best in the world Young Folks Sunday School Lessons Talmagos Settlers time Farmstead time Question Bureau which answers questions for subscribers tho News of tho Week in complete form and other specialI fen tures Specimen copies gladly sent on application and if you will send lisa list of addresses we will mail a copy to each Only 1 year If you wish to to raise a club write for terms Address Till BlA l K Toledo 0 One of tho stations of tho railway which Is to bo built from time nedSen to the top of ML Sinai will be on the spot where it is supposed Moses Blood when ti be rewired the tables of tho law JOTTINGS FROM JIM SWANGO Ed Taulbeo and Harry Perkins have joined tho army of broomcorn cutters in Coles county Illinois Providence came in at the eleventh hour and saved the Central West from a novcro drouth In many places tho yield will not exceed 15 bushels of corn to the acre when the utual return is from 40 to f 0 at Quito a number of mountain boys are taking advantage of the good pricey paid broomcorn harvesters They nat ally get lJr per day and board Among tho number your writer saw woro Too Murphy of Maytown and Messrs Carr and Davis of Kiel They are working for Daniel James at Bushton Ills ItMills i gavo a two weeks house party at her homo near Charleston Ills in honor of her cousins Miss Elizabeth Pieratt of Kzol Ky Misses Myrtio surd Stellat Harmon of Missouri tumid Mr maid Mrs Will Miller of Paris Ills all of whom are well rued favorably known in Hazel Green Other guests were present among them your writer Tho party took III a number of summer resorts on Lnko Micigan tied in nil had about as line n time as one could wish k Time following is clipped from the Charleston Ills Courier I Mr and Mrs W G Wright outer tained about thirty friends Tuesday night A musicalo in honor of time Miss eh Harmon of Wamnsburg Mo and Miss Pieratt of Kentucky being tho at traction Thoao taking part III the ox cellent program wero Mcsdamos Wright and Chilton Misses Harmon Piuratt McCrnry MeCarty and Perisho Messrs Davis Tatu antiI Sivango Tho house was prettily decorated in tho national colors rind handpainted rOIl white and blue programs served as dainty suave airs of the occasion Light refresh ments wore served T IF Frazier mid flllllllIf IlushhllI were among time guests ItII Speaking of cities ttt Ixuils is no baby She has between six mind seven hundred thousand sums within her limits She boasts of throe great things that in their line have no rivals The grunt bridge across time Mississippi Shaws Botanical Garden and the Anhcuscr Busch brow cry 1 saw in Shaws garden lat week two century plants in bloom Ono was 17 years old time other tO Tho garden proper contains Jr acres and has It micros of cultivated flowers consisting of every known variety The Aulmeuser Busch brewery is worth millions of storey and employs over fi000 men Hy until nary methods of reckoning 20000 souls look to tho brewery for meet and bread The brewery uses millions of bushels of grain every year which gives employ ment to thousands of farmers and their families Their leer which by time way took the Worlds Fair premium is soldlllI every country on tho globe tiers giving employment to thousands oflIa loon keepers Then add to this the con Burners and you will have a grand total aggregating millions Yet two iron are at tho herd of this army nUll practically controls thousands of them Batchs daughter recently married A Gorman nobleman Tho wedding cost Busch 80000 17000 of which was for flowers Speaking of Germans they got there with both feet when it COIIIOH to drink- Ing beer Belleville III HI miles from St Ixniis humus a population of 18000 and has 100 saloons that pay a license of 800 yer year yielding a rovonuo to the city of fJJOOOO At mull hours you can see old mind young neuron mend maid priest nail parlshonor filing into tho sa loons with a tin bucket for beer A hotel proprietor told me ho had not drank a drop of water in 18 ycarri Belleville runs wide open Sundays Ninety per cent of her population is German and a year ago When a pl6un American mayor attempted to enforce the law anti close tho saloons and beer gardens on Sunday they assailed him oh the street and beat him unmercifully Yet with all this time Germans area thrifty people and thobcstcIWIof for countrySSt LouIs Aug 25 I a h Heetlii el Tetolurs AijtqcUUoB Ii II The following 1Isi the program ofth n Teachers Association which will hold its meeting in Hazel Green the second SaUTrday In September beginning at 10 a in- MOUNINO HKP81OV Invocation Prof Cord The childs idea of rending and how to tench beginners to read Mrs Nannie Bash Arithmetic methods of teaching fine lions and four cases in percentage Fea luis Kash Interest true and batik discount Job k hoes nUll Jas llisncr Select reading tan Ward I Recitation Maggie Kash- AITKIINOON BI3SIOX Order what is it and how procured In time public schools 1L 0 Graham How to toach spelling Ava Swango How and wiser should practical gram mar bo taught in public schools TUnnf- orll Manning nest method of touching history and geography together Malllo James A general outline on Psychology and its relation to tho common school branch esKelly Nickell Time importance of Physiology In the common school course Ida IUso and Lula Knsli Civil government how best taught Cullio Wilson and Ilobt Brooks A talk on comjwsltion Prof Cord JNO W TAUIIIKK Vice Pres IDA KOHK Secy A CRITICAL TIME DURING THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO SICK OR WELL AnUSHNHHIT AND OAT Tho Packers at time Battle of Santiago de Cuba wore all Heroes Their heroin Efforts In Dotting Ammunition and Ra tions to tho Front Saved the Day P E Butler of pluck trnin Xo It writing from Santiago do Cuba on July 21dmssa r Wo nil had diarrtuca in moro or less violent form mind when wo landed wo had no time to see a doctor for it was a cane of rush and rush night and duty to keep tho troops supplied with ammunition and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera nun Di arrhea Remedy wo were able to keep at work nod keep our health in fact I sin cerely believe that at ono critical time this medicine was the indirect saviour of our army for If tho packers had been unable to work there would have been no way of gutting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon train could use My comrade nand myself had tho good fortune to lay in a supply of this medicine for our pack train before wo left Tampa and 1 know in four cases it absolutely saved life Tho above letter was written to the manufacturers of this medicine tho Chamberlain Medicine Co Den MolneV Iowa For sale by J T na- yINTERESTING ITEMS Of the population of Spain more than 50000 aro gypsies When a fish has lost any of life scales by a wound or abrasion they aro never renewed In Mexico time family of a dead duelist can claim support from time portion whcj shot him s Among tho Koln of Central JniUrsham fight always accompanies the wedding ceremony A halrdroaior says that an old silk + handkerchief is much better to use In stroking the halt night and morning titan a brush A novel and simple cure for tho head + ache lis announced It la for the flutter or to walk backwards for about ton mln utetIt i tho earth were not enveloped with atmoxpbcro time temperature on tho pur face would bo about 130 deg below zero Fahrenheit I Tho national hymns of China nrorot such extraordinary length that jt 1sJ stated that half a day would ho required to sing them through In the famous frozen rillrica of YakYutak In RUeeiathe frod inu lnallybeenf pawed through at a depth of 700 feet be low the surface of the Mrtlai yC 1 i 7I jf t0 tNiiL Jj Ir 1 Ji r1 J a TFHEMERALDiI = If r SFENOM COOPER i YrEditjirI t r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 1 1898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0FOR CONG11ESS10TH DISTRICT Hon TUBS I FitzDatriok OF FIOVO COUNTY THB nnnoiinconiont that the Hazel Green Fair Association will give nn exhibition beginning on Tuesday Oct 11 J SOS and the three following days will bring joy to tthe thousands of people who have heretofore hind tho pleas ure of attending This tho ninth annual exhibition promises to excel in excellence anything that leas heretofore boon offered the amusement loving public Mr J T Dvv one of tho founders of the fair has been elected president for the present year and all who know him and his energetic busi ness methods recognize the fact that success will crown his eilorts in this as it has in all his other v business enterprises No min in Eastern Kentucky is so thoroughly acquainted with tho business men and their intorastH nor is any man in this section so well 1ppsted as to the requirements of an exhibition of this kind to mnko it acceptable to all classes J TAYLOR DAY knows everyman woman and child in tho moun twins and the fact that ho is tho principal factor in the fair thin year will cause tho people to como in droves as it worn Wo are not in a position to outline the pro gram or premium list nt this timo as wo have not yet boon furnished with either but we are assured that it will ho all that an amuse ment loving peoplo could desire and that at tho same time noth ing on the grounds will bo toler ated that would shock tho modes ty of a maiden or sour tho temper of a matron Mr DAY desires to make this tho banner year of the Hazel Green Fair both in point of merit and attendance and as listed by Win 11 CLAYTON of Youngs Spring Hath county as vice president with WHUK II IIEKATT of this place as secretary and treasurer there is no reason to doubt that ho will realize all ho anticipates in attendance of tho people and in amusements for their pleasure Parties at a dis tance who desire any furthor in formation with regard to tho en trance of horses etc should address W H IIKKATT tho secre tarytreasurer for particulars And in this connection it is ap propriate to remark that all who contemplate coming hero to train horses can bo accommodated as lion D S GODHKY superintend ent of tho track huts put it in tho pink of condition and Mr DAY has an abundance of stable room and forage for all stock that may he brought here Tho premium list will bo printed at tho earliest possible moment and prospective exhibitors should file their appli cations with the secretary now so t that ho can mail them tho premi um list as soon as it is printed rho Fair at this place is an insti tution that should have tho pa tronage of every man in tho moun tains and wo have ovary reason to hopn that tho peoplo generally will do all theycan to make it this year a greater success oven than it has been in tho past eight years of its existence Let every man who can do so have some thing on exhibition if nothing more than a pair of pigs or a big pumpkin Put your shoulder to the wheel and help push it along rimt hfthornyto make itn sue cess and every man who den that Iwill rep reward in a realization of tho success ho will thus help secure Remember it begins Oc I tober 11 and you hn 0no time to lose Outs follow countyman JosIIllIl P ROlf as wo stated some time ago will probably he a candidatei to represent tho district composed I of Wolfe and Morgan in tho next Legislature and uo it is 11olfolI countys time to select the cantII date Mr RosE is not likely toII meet with any opposition in race Indeed it is generally con ceded that his claim will not bo contested This is well for there is not in Eastern Kentucky n more deserving man or conscientious citizen than Jot ROSB Ho is thoroughly acquainted with tilt needs of tho agriculturalist being himself a farmer und if nominated and elected as ho doubtless will be ho will reflect credit upon tho farmers whoso champion ho will bo Being a sober sensible level headed business matt he can do much for our legislative district and to say that ho can menus that ho will Later on wo will hove more to say of him THBKEU ho a hot time iin tilt0 old town tonight hUH become a stereotyped phrase with tho people of Lexington who aro just now entertaining some 15000 soldiers camped in their midst and no night url they disappointed or day either for that matter Report of Oldiield School Ou niu HCIIOOI Horsr 1 August 29I ISiK j School DiHlrict No H Morgan coun ty Ky him nn enrollment of 18 pupils out of n census report of 7 The Hchool in progressing very nicelilK the gcner nl average below indicate for the first mon thelloli examination of grades the following shows the result of the months work Fnlny Long 8SJ Wayne Long 88 Lizzie Long 81- husan Long Si Myrtle Wilson SI- Miles T Wilson80llt- ieI Blankemmsliip1O- da I O UnlSi1 Nora Wilsoni iU J F alterililrc- 8 0 Wilson 70- Liarle Goso Tl Cora Chancy 71I Frank Walters M- Mnttiellyrd US Much interest ii is manifested by the pupil kit like many districts nil over the State it is the teacher and pupil1 that work together with little assistance from those who should ho most deeply interested Moiu Axon A Frenchprofessor is said to be the owner of a collection of 120 heaths rep resenting the various known races of peo pie on the globe A phonograph Iis being monde for nee a the Paris Exhibition of 1JOO which iis expected to be of sullicient to be heard by 10000 persons The bloodhound it is claimed is not n ferocious animal but on the contraryr nn exceedingly benevolent one ranking in this respect with thin St Ilcrnnnl Hows This t We offer One Hundred Dollars lie ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Inns Catnrrh Cure F J CHKNKY Co Props Toledo O We tho undcrMgned have known F J Cheney for the last lf years and be hove him perfectly honorable in all bus maces transactions and financially nblo to carry out any obligation made by their firm WKST Tiuux Wholesale Druggists Toledo O I WA imxo KINXAN MAKVIN Whole I sale Druggists Toledo 0 i Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price inc per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls family Pills are the best JIOlll1 j Keep MF 1lour I uI J YouthIf naturally appear so If you are old why ap pear so- Keep young inwardly we will look after the out wardlyYou need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray advance agents of age AllersiIiiI j Vigorr will surely restore color to gray hair and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life Do not allow the falling of youlongerwittlbe annoyed with dandruff We will tend you our book on the Hair end Scalp free upon request Write to the Doctor If you tin nut obtain all the hen flu you expected Rom the uitt of the Vltcor wrlln the rtocUir tmut IL Irobntilj there It tom e with your ynurral stern which tiny be rnilly rvmoreil Address lilt J C AVKH J Lowell Mara I Lexington and Eastern Railway Timo Table in Effect May 15 1898 EAST BOUND No5 STATIONS Nol Dully ex Ills Sunday pmtvou1111llIlhcparFairliepnmludfunparClaypinSuurtonpmFilson punTorrentJImSatprnDundee5 1 pmitcnttyteJnJlThreFbpmAtholpunLtcksouI VEST BOUND STATIONS Dally SIIII So JII No Daily 3 Jackson innAtholpnmlpinfteuttyvpmTorrentpmsI pmIundeepunFilson111181nlltoll JlIIIIndlatUpunYbmcluester ti51mAproIexingtooI J II IUHH Genl Manager elIAS SCOTT jell 1asn Agent 01 LAS B KASH M DII IHYSICIAN AND SURGKON I HAZEL GREEN KYII I Oftlce at residence and calls answered at all hours Obstetrics a specialty I OLMN A HAZEL GREEN KYJJ Will practice In the courts of Wolfe anil the ailolntnt counties and attend promptly to all collections entrusted to him JA TAtJIOlEE 3tC D Physician and Surgeon GREEN KY 1HAZELobstetrics specialty p s Ar IFOU GO TOp LEXHSTGIQj PO for I ASK FORal CUTPRICE 4OO 500d J- JOMO tJJi r m J SlJ ITS They are Great Values g r and Beauties l t r SMO AT u wlLouis Gus Strausi LEADING CLOTHIERSII LEXINGTON KY t- ciii n S a1tQ o G olei mItlil1 CI 4 XJNG O g QQK c Oilers instruct on in ApnciiUure Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering IhiologicjanddegreeTwentyeightwellequipped1111room fullcollegiate uDIformyearFallSeptemberPreliminary SeptemberForJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President DAY AND1 SWANGO1 SPRINGSKK- J TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETOR OPEN fJtO 2J1HE YTOKJDB Dont ofLget Pc8 S8lon of Swgone Springs until December 2Iit I I 11111TEIIAG6MEGIt1111NKsheurcttin1thefII HO TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STEHJ4IXG KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I Siriuius 30000 o J Jf IHGSTAFFI 1reMltnt G L Presidentw 0WerespectfullysolicitthHlMiMneiisofnier chants tanners traders and business omen genera Ilthroughout Eastern Kentucky A general iiuess done Give us a chance to semi youchecksneedlv mdttWINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000IThis Bank solicits merchantllKentucky Ddtbeo1legitimateT i 1 FOB SAtE1icsiring to closeout my husineH at IhU J place I offer for sale nil of my- Blacksmith Carriage and w w WoodWorkers Tools consisting of the latest models Also 3fa1 terial mud Supplies u great variety audthe beta quality Also I Two Saddle and Harness Horses I OOOD ONES aped r mad tl yenra aul pr FJrJpjclnKOHNITrftEc fl1aities in need of tinyof the abase can secure haruuiiiH liv callitiK on JOHN II IlOSfi hazel Green Ky Mrlill BIIIl 1111 A positive and perman JalfUraJCIL e for ynlU t ache and all other forms Ol Heudache or Neuralgia Headache Cured Fret by sample mailed you If The tIs uautiouledpaper is wore jiromjitly headachesatd relieved the lees freyneat W be their return until JltrtJl- nentl cured Sold bran druggists WCKST8 A lJoX The Dr Whitehall Meg coj i SOUTH SEND IND r- tat+i 5 K IIasy to Take asy to Operate features peculiar to Hoods Pills Small m Are M tameless efflclent thorough As one inan HoodsI I till It 14 all SoerIToprlctor IILI4IThe only pill to taku w Sursajurllla I I I fHE HERALDH BRIM KFXIUU of Wcst Liberty Was at the Day House Sunday night TUB fall session of Hazel Green acad emy will begin next Monday the 5th WlUli riKKATT IH nt Torrent thiaI week helping invoice the goods in J1 Days store J B ClriL wife and daughter of Blackwater visited Judge G 13 Swan grand wife Monday tins S 0 ALcxtND1u and niece Jilts Taulbee of Daynboro were her yesterday on a shopping tour 11 R PIEPATT has purchased the inIj I terest of his brother J M Pieratt inII the livery stable at this place WM SWANGO sold lat week to ins BigHtafr of Mt Sterling Sri head ofone and tw o year old cattle for 270 EIDER HrXKY ADAMS will preach nt D ynboro Sunday morning at 11 oclock Subject What Is Your Life WM J GKAIIAM of Holly has moved to tho farm of Iris son Amos on Gillji more and the latter has removed toii Jachonrr Jr T as sego to press the news corner j to UP that Aunt Caroline Swango who has been ill for sometime iis at the point of death All parties indebted to me or to theI firm of Rose it Davis are requested to call and settle immediately Respect fully Tom II RKHII j Mlts Rosn E and Clara Pieratt ofI Fzelare attending the bedside of their mother Aunt Caroline Swango whose death is momentarily expected II W T SWAJHSO on Monday bought j six head of extra nice two yenrold ClltI tie of Lee Caskey and will put them inII the bunch he sold J M I5ig taff AT Tin Wills tULle at Maytown Sat Jll- urdny Sept 10 II fine thoroughbred shorthorn bull will be sold whichshould I attract the attention of all breederII A Mns POI mXTJIt of Georgetown I will probably have charge of The HomeI j I during the ensuing school term andtI Prof Cord and wife will probably keep I houseII LIKDSKY WAnt has discovered a nev I er tailing mineral spring in hh front yard He has not had an analysis made of the water but think from what he has learned that it is a strong chalybe t- ate It EWER JIM Ton PIEUATT is at homefff this week but will leave Friday for Jef fersonville Ticktown where ho will preach Saturday and Sunday but en route he will preach at Frenchburg Fri day night MRS VINCENT CKOMWKU end little daughter William Vincent of Kayette f IICooperi j I I left this morning for home much to the f regret of our better iII R A GUILDERS of Maytown was i printedfor 1 1 Will deceased which will take place on Saturday Sept 10 For particulars I- we I bilk While here he subscribed for 1 Titr HERALD to be sent to S C Me Mctfuire Crandall Kansas A GREAT record of cures tune provesfIOods i I known to any other JlOif MEDICINE I Tile big camp meeting at Bethel com toencea on Saturday Sept 10 JreacbI era of different denominations to the f number of about twenty will be in at revisallntIcfpated 1 eirfu or ten days N- 4 i l- F Z f f t Ir THE LITTLE TOWN 0 TAILHOLT 7I BY JAMKS WH1TCOMII lat Y You kin boon tlteisttddyr theAndbuInwenterprlieVnd factories autlull Ich foolery Hut the jittlo hfer1 You car hari about yerdmrches with thri steeples In the clouds tAnd gas about per graded streets and blow about yer crowds You kin talk about yer theatres and all you Ve Jot to see- But the little town o TnflhVuli slitenough ferme t y They 1 J townhitslittlelikesmallThey nuttier JesthtlJctllnIJQllttfh all Theys thelilglyvayiiilltis lull the little town o Tailhnlt Is wide enough fer melI Some filuhi its dUcommodlnUke Im will IIn to admit To her hut one poMollice and a womeru ktIIIIIIIIt- Anll i the drug tore and shoe shoji andli grocery nil three handcy nouirh fer me I m kin smile and turn your nose up and IY joke and her yer fun tad laugh and holler II Tallholts Iit better lioltn n none Kl the city suits you better wy hitfc there youdort to Ilie Hut the little town o Tnillioir uvtd MiioUjh fer m- eIlNtl HiuJJtiMns old family and Charley MiiybcryI and wife our colored feliovv citizens on Friday lint gave n dinner in honor of firs1Ditlcitw Pieratt- to the family of whom Mrs Comb for merly belonged IJtvides loot Oulcina other jriicots wore fastst Harry and Aunt Nan Swango Judge G III Swango outliII Mrs Jfcnry F Iiciatt and son Her Hiducmjd J Morton Hwango AH1 who were present andI partook of the dinner are loud in tlioir praisei of th way Uncle Hill and Charley entertained As it happened to be the 2Jllh anniver sary of the mnrriiiKo of JudgeJ and Mr1 Swango it was an especiallyI enjoyable occasion to them Mrs Swango indeed told Tin HKUAIH man that she had not sat down to such a dinner since her wedding dny Tncle Hill and his family are known far and wide as tine cooks and Mr and Mrs Mayberry have hail charge of the culinary department of the Home for the past two years TIIK good people of fins sy lire talk ing of taking out n citizen of that neighborhood and treating him to a genteel threshing for unmercifully whipping his grown daughter whom it IH said he would probably have killed but for the timely arrival of n neighbor He bens her with n board cutting her scalp to he bone and had her by the hair of the head dragging her from the hou e when the neighbor arrived and knocked him loose If reports be true it is n case where theII white caps should be commended for a course of heroic treat ment and many think that a coat of and feathers would be the proper treatment We understand warrant- or his arrest tins Wen sworn out and placed in the hands of the sheriff of Morgan county Brx MiKPHY who lives on the Mur phy fork yelled out school butter as he passed the Public Square school Monday and the boys who were laying for him pulled the bridle from his horse He hit at a boy behind him lost his balance and fell from his horse Ills foot hanging in the stirrup The horse became frightened and ran dragging Mr Murphy 100 yards or no and kick jug him every jump The horse was finally penned and Mr Murphy released from his pcrious position He was un conscious for f while but vigorous rubbing and the implication of restoratives brought him round He was better Tuesday but very sore SAM HrssKM who has been at lint Springs Ark for several weeps past for the treatment of his eyes returned home Tuewlay Ho sage that for two weeks he was no blind that he had to be led from the hotel to the birth house after which bo began to improvn steadily that now his sight is strong and he feels better every way He says that Mrs Day is improving rapidly and will be home by the middle of this month Old papers 20c a hundred w IIN A recent visit to Hazel Green Wolfe county I had the extremo pleas ure of attending n protracted mooting held by Elder H D Adams In tho vi cinity of that beautiful little mountain town Bro Adams 1 is one of our moun taro preachers and his labors are always attendedwith marked success wherever he goes He Iis not an educated man 1but nowhere in the mountains of Ken tucky have I heard abler sermons than Irwould take this opportunity of pointing him out to the State board as one who with the necessary support would do a good work in Eastern Kentucky In tho meeting to which Irefer and which- r lasted two weeks there were 88 midi tion 83 by confession and baptism and from other sources On Sunday afternoon tho list day of the meeting he ore gnniied a church with 55 members who have resolved to build a new church home as soon as possible Thus closed one of tho most successful meetings Ithat has been held in Hazel Green That Godwill bless the labors of those self sacrificing mountain preachers anti that they will receive the support needed for carrying on the work of the Master that they and they onlClUJ do is my pray crGelsou Meveiinm in The Chris tine Guide W T SWANUO and 1 M Pieratt on Monday enjoined Mta Mallio James from teaching school at this place and locked the doors of the school building Klza James one of the trustees uponI whom the injunction was also served broke the locks and school was taught in the building Tuesday as usual J1 M 1IPicratt was deposed as trustee by COUllI ty Superintendent Lacy in July IIIlIlJjj M1 Rose appointed in his stead Together i with James ho hired Miss Mallic I James to teach the school and prior to his deposition Mort PienUt stud BillISwango had hired Ova Swango to tellchJJ the school Hence the troubl- eIlCorititervicesatthelih Church South next Sunday morning and night On Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock Hev John 11 rook II will preach at Convolution and Hov Tnll 11 Word at Lucy Creek Blood and Nerves arc very elope pnroel 1 and healthy with Hood SuiMiparillu I and you will have no IUTVOUKIICHIJ Hoods Pills urn best afkTdinnorJ pilfcaid digestion prevent constipation j I Ho Takes Two of Them Ca im i Ooi Aug 28Jti- lIr I Cooper Find enclose r11 which you will place to my credit and for which you will please send molithe dear old HIIIAM to Crcede Col because 1I can not do without it It is like tin old Kentucky friend coming to me on every Monday morning I believe you said you would send two papers a year for il1 if paid before September 1 Ifso please send one to Mies Mattic Miller Frenchburg Ky Yours respectfully A C Miunit I Electric light is about to be introduced Tutu the 11000 room of the Vatican The plum is being setup in tho former barracks of the French Guards 1 Suffered 20 Years IIVN 71fll MARY LEWIS wife of a promi Mold farmer and well known by all residents scar Belmont N Y writes For twentyMiven years I Iced been constant sufferer from nervous prostra tion and paid largo sums of money for doc tors and advertised remedies without bene UU Three years ago my condition was alarming tho least nol c would startle and unnerve me I was unable to sleep had a number of sinking spells and slowly grew worse 1 began using Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills At first the medicine seemed to have no effect but after taking a few bottles began to notice a change I rested better at night my appe tite began to Improve and I rapidly grew better until now I am as nearly restored to health as ono of my age may expect God bless DrMIlesNerTine Dr Miles Remedies are aold by aU drug Mguts under a positive + guarantee first lirebenefit or money re jll HIeuenerves free Address I DR JULES KKD10A1 CO Elkhart Lff111 Il W 1IlInl1l1oPfyl msrlpMwcllMcoufhiaiulrnliU Itinakn MncaIIeIWUah How to Tell Tomorrows Weather A short clear entertaining and valuable ICBWIII for amateur weather olwcrv ors Iin hen in the September Lndien Homo Journal in the form of a series of picture of clouds with brief oxplnna tory notes The page in well worth ox unining mid saving for there IIK nothing in the article which would not ho under stood by anybody even a child and a I little close study will mitke one qualified to lorm better opinions than over before as to wino tho weather will 1 bo I 11111LownI HUG H EStOLO J RELIABLE J TO N I CCurssRChills iOo 100 Bottles SUREII IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASAN- TlobinsonPettett Co r TTlv GREEN SONS 1 WHOLESA- LEHootg + 3hoes125 W MAIN STREKT Lo LLs Y IJLry MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO 1 JOIHJKRS IN- HATS GAPS STRAW GOODSJ J Gloves Umbrella327 and 020 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY JJ P SUllftlfiWOIfK CO MANriAfTUtEIMI ANH HI III II ilK OK- MENS CHILDRENS AND BOYS CLOTHINGI 307 West Main J StreetLOUISVILLE KY u q qu- Joolt WATCHES GOOD ONES IBETTERI j at 600 454 AMI 1WAIIUH 4 4 And Watch Repairing aOTO FRED J HEINTZ 135 E alaln- LBZtfOToXI Ky CaratoKuesGI 1 w S llill me printed at 1IEKALDIMee +w w F war q P Ring out the o1d Ring la the new Ring out the false Ring In the trueIWe bring to you the new and truefrom Upiney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Poettlrtr 4 Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhik rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD IV ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Battle Only 26e 60nd 100 Stlsu I BE SURE YOU GET rDrl lills PIniTtrHoMf HrrIGEJIjJeuiiN Kersey Cn intere it Corduroy PnnlM and Suit I 3DUCK COATS- Are nukmmleilKeil lo hu Superior In nag produced Sires piiirautceu HI marked CSSfSOLD BY r TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY J111 ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY p mEYER ViISEKflIOflEEff IMWItTKIlH AND IOIIIIiil4 OI FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St oldllr1CINCNNATT D4A2X3 8 S tX Miiiiiilaelurer and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS No a W 1IiAKL ST11KKT CINCINNATI ISC 3 SJ1 s m sties4letsMrie 1657 Race St JtCINCINNATLThu GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Driven CeJpoolal tutontion to Mall Orders n HI1 BRYAN NAlstt JOIL Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY ill I NO mils i i sin tilll s willllI L 2 MRS S B KA8H I J Jf iFashionable Milliner f I TII I n j I r n HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY II The Cheapest and Boat School in Eastern Kentucky The next session will ucjfln MONDAY EPr593 5 The Instruction U thorough The discipline to the best The expense to the lowest JScud for catalog or ptktlcsiias WM H CORD Iuel Green Ky r- I kW Y j J 0 td ri fir la t t 0 t 1 SPOT OF THE CRUCIFIXlMtlJ Ie IolirrIs4 Ohrintf lirltl Puce located At felt ail the Reedit at 1NialeUee Cxe ration ocletrn Labors bite Pnlontiiie Exploration Society the greatest authority In the world on Jcrii jalcm and iU holy plnces where it has lcc conducting excavations sand rM wnrrkrn for over n scorn of ycnr nnV just decided A question of profound Im portancu to nil Christendom It hue lo rated the exact spot on which Christ was crucified and buried The final researches on the subject have lately been completed by lr Conrad Schlclc the I reprgsontativo of the society and his report hna lbeen niade This places the teal of ncicntirte npprovaloh the present Church tip Holy fSepulchre and the tomb of Christ Dr Schlckw report will be presented to Emperor William of lermnny when ho visltrt Jerusalem flit coming of Knipcror William of Germany to Jerusalem next October ii to decide llniilly Ono of the greatest ro HgiouH qucHliotiH of all UKCI the truo pot of the Holy Sepulchre Pr Conrad Scblck of the PulclJtino llxplorntloii Society linn recently made a careful examination of Calvary or Golgotha in JoriiMilenV upon which the church of the Holy Sepulchre stands and now report on its genuineness Ills recent research wits made at the request of German ofl1tlads and his rc purl I Utobu prcHcnted to the Emperor i at tho tlmo of hid visit there It U hOt lioved that Dr chicks report will bo accepted ax final unit that tho seal of tho E highest Hclenlllic authority of tho nine teenth century will ho placed upon the Church of tho Holy Sepulchre Thin site of tho nioil fnmoiii church in tho world for n thoutmnd years was fixed by the mother of Constantino before tho middle of tho fourth century and this jhurch erected over it For over Iii cendiriest it linn been n place of reverence and worship of mil lions of Christian pilgriniH They have tome from tho farthest parts of tho cnrlli during moro than a millennium Scientist quibbled hUll t exact hive titof the sentbut even they could Wit but rovercnco u place which multitudes of devotee luive consecrated for I lIJriII Now Kolunce ilwilf in tho porHon of miclui urns an Dr Conrad Schick tho great authority on JeruHnlem nntiui lies tunics forward to verify tho genii biciiCM of tlio Holy Hepulchro Calvary where the cross stood rind the tombof Christ loin the othiT spots iiutdo v I j aired by the ernltx are all contained I under one vast irregular roof in a series of churches suit cbiipoln called the Church of tho Holy Sepulchre Hero j the Itomnit Catholic tho reek Chris ion thin Copts and tin Syrians cnehII laTOnHCpnrato portion of their worship Hut the Protestants have IIfII it nroitp I never allowed to enter by tho Mu sul aian gunnln As the pilgrim enters the church he toniM to the Steno of Unction upon which the bOIlof ChrUt is said to have sid filth prepared for bnrial Near by it tho Pillar of Flagellation- A lUlu beyond is the cave in which thrlit was confined immcdintoly before ills death There is also tho sent on bicb it ia Bald Ho ant when lie was do aided and crowned with thorns nnd wna Iniled King of tho Joss Within these same sacred prccinte here ia shown tho spot upon which Ho stood when Ho showed Himoolf to ills Mother nftcr tho resurrection and tho spot whore Ho appeared to Mary ling dalen nOd also the rock that was rent in two III tho convulsion of nature nt tho final hourII above nil others U tho tomb of Christ It is in the center of tho largo rotunda Over it separate chapel n church with iu n church has been built Upon the tI fiicolof this are tho richest carvings the I twtlicst paintings IIt Iin golflriiidsprerandl gems cochrdvlthI I ihif troosuto tutu tribute of tho Christian i x0tlil4 I There have been various theories ilio plnco of the crucifixion and tho Lomb It lute been claimed that the Mosque of Omar was erected over the ipot where tho cross ntood I I Others have said that Golgotha tho i JIaoo of tho Skull as tho Bible describes tfalvary was outside tho walls of Jeru salem and near St Stephen gato and again tbnt tho hill north of tho Damaa sits Gate with the cave of Jeremiah Is the truo Place of the Skull gut tho light of modern research oorerfiilgto the sitbtof tho IsII Cliurch of the Holy Sepulchre as thoII i epet dcBcrlbed in the Bible ai the scene of thecruclfixlo and burial J p ly The paper Jjan prepared by DrffSchickp the noted Oefwar savant i geiiewHjfJ regarded aN Aupp1 Iagtfnft ewary on the genuinenessof the platy new reveredus Calvary T- It tU Interesting to compare the Jlfy cat description of the place pf the crud tuba and burial with what Dr BcHdc fans found1t plgqer the IRrQu4 re Iently flee are tha p wage referring to it in tlid dospel of st John And they took Jesus and led Him away Ani IJej bearing His cross went fortk Iinto a place called tho Plnce of a Skulf which is culled in the Hebrew dblgpthn where they crucified Him And niter tNs Joseph of Arimathea being n diiiciplo of Jcouo besought Pilate that bo might take away the body of Jesui and Pilate gave him leave Now intho place where ho wns cruel fied thcro was a garden tied in tho gar den a now copulcbro wherein was never man yet laid Thcro laid they Jesus therefore bccausoof tho Jews prepara Ion day for the sepulchre was nigh at lUlIlIlHtJohn xix 10Jl- Pustor Q Mommert of Schweinits has mndo a study of tho Church C tho Holy Sepulchre for 20 years He has lately nirde drawing from the wonder ful Mosaic map nt Mndebn unearthed a few your agoNuly Vork Journal ELEVEN THOUSAND SPANIARDS Starting Homeward Send Their Heartfelt Thinks to Americas Soldiers for Liberal Treatment SANTIAGO Aug2hH 0 Corbin Adjutant General United States Army Washington Tbo following letter has just been received from the soldiers now embarking for Spain SliAFTKIl- SuiuiKUH OP TIII AMKUIOAX AKMY- Wo would not ho fulfilling our duty ns well born men in whoso breasts there llive gratitude rind courtesy should wo embark for our beloved Spain without sending to you our most cordlnl and sin core good wishes and farewell Wo fought you with artier with all our strength endeavoring to gain tho vic tory but without the slightest rancor or hate towards tho American nation Wo hay been vanquished by you so our iiinerals and chiefs jjudged III signing the capitulation but our surrender and the bloody battles preceding it hnvo loft in our souls no plucu for resentment against the mon who fought us nobly and valiantly You fought and acted in complianco with the HUIIIO call of tiny iw wo for wo all but represent the pow er of our respective State You fought 1191111 men face to face nod with great courage nt before stnteda quality which we hind out mot with during thoII three years wo have carried on this war nuultiHt a people without mornls with put conscience nnd of doubtful origin I win could not confront the enemy hut I hidden shot their noble victims rrolllij ambush mill then immediately lied I This was the kind of warfare we hind toI sustain in this unfortunate land You have complied exactly with nil the laws and images of wnr as recognized by the armies of tho most civilized nations of tbo world have given honorable bur ial to tho dead of the vanquished have cured their wounded with great human fly have respected and cared for your prisoners and their comfort and Instly to us whose condition was terrible you have given freely of food of your stock of medicines mid you hnvo honored us with distinction and courtesy for after tho lighting the two armies mingled with tho utmost harmony With this high sentiment of appreciation from us all there remain but to express our farewell and with tho greatest sincerity we wish you nil happiness and health in this land which will no longer belong to our dear Spain but will be yours who hnvo conquered it by force nnd watered confldellceItion and humanity hut tho descendants jof tho Congo and of Guinea mingled with the blood of unscrupulous Span lards and of traitors and adventurers these people are not able to exercise or enjoy their liberty for they will find it j a burden to comply with tho Jaws which I govern civilized communities From 11000 Spanish soldiers PKiwo LOPKX in CASTILLO Soldier of Infantry A Gorman scientist claims that the mcmpry ia stronger in summer than in winter Ho says that among the worst foes of the memory are too much food too much physical exertion and too much education lam Adage Reads t THERE IS A PLACE FOU EVERY THING Now for everything to be in its place THE LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should be in the HOME of every DEM OORAT In the SOUTH THE LOUIS VILLE DISPATCH is tho PEOPLES paper OWNED by the PEOPLE and READ by the PEOPLE THE 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