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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 28 October 1892

It - la Mi HPEtfOKR i fyff ii Uiken Herald COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Phidav Oct 18 1802 DEMOCRATIC TICKET i For President i CltOVEIf CLEVELAND or Now York For Vino Pritliliiil j ADLAI E TEVEN10N Of Illinois f KorJuilffo Court of AiiikmiIh JAMKH II HAStouWm Of MonlKoinory County For CuiiKress Kltli DMrlct JUDOK M O LI8LK Of Clark Countv For Circuit Judge I II KKDWINK Of ItrtMiililit Coiiniy pOUNTYTIUKKT For Circuit Ulnrk JONAS F V ANSA NT rorSherlll OKOIIOK W DUAKK sfrs Ior Mi Milt IiuIkh Wo are itullinrlioil to announce ItulKn HKNItY LILLY iin u ciuiillilulu lor Mr iil Indue Ii tlioTwentythlrd linllcul dis trict oiMiiHmuil nr llin counties 0f fat hoc WnlAt llrcuililu anil MhuoIIIm For Appellate luilK Wo iiro autlioiliecil In iiiiiioiiiht liuli o II HOLT um u cnnilliliilti for rtMtlti its luityiMit tho Conn or AiiinU til dm N voinber election IHUJ Fur UoiiiiiioiiuttiiltliN Athmu y Wo iiro lUilhurUod loiiniioniior JAMKH II MAHOPM Kn r Ilrmihld onuntvns a oandMiite for Ioininniiweul...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 28 October 1892

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Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 28 October 1892

HAZEL GREEN I COMFORTED Hazel Green Herald 8PKN0ER COOPER Publlihor t KY I took her hand In ml no und Aalds 1 pray thoc child bo comforlmt - For thlno Is but tlio common lot And thnro will coma to thro a dny It may bo near or fur uwy When till theno trial thut dlimay Will bo romomborcd now Yotntlll aho wept tlio whllo I sought With wordH from holy Scrlpturos brought llur wouudod nplrlt to comtoto To tho Lords will bo reconciled And bear uubravoly now uiy child lly hope und confidence beguiled Tlila Hood o trlof control T quotod nil tho Iltdlm I ktiow Itoclted poems not iv few I hoped would sweet submission loach Hut realized that nil 1 wild And all tho ikumukc I read Never oncn touched or comforted Tho heart I longed to roach What tihould I do In what sweet way Could I my sympathy convoy To one so overcome with Rrlof My prayers but little had uvallod Since aho tm bitterly bownllod And nil my beat endeavors failed To glvo tho leant relief 1oworlcMt to mttltfuto such woo In meolt desp...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 28 October 1892

I HOME HINTS AND HELPS It Is claimed that white spots on vnrnlshod furnlturu will illsnppor if n hot plntu roin Hu oven is hold over tlieni Cornmcnl joins One cup of nour jnillf of KK ne half toaspoonful of odu ii pinch of salt six heaping talde upcwns of eormeal throe tublespooufulR of Hour one tablespoonful of sugar ltclte quickly in hot irons Detroit Free Press To Kemovo Freckles Jrate fresh horseradish root and put it in sour milU Set it in u warm place for an hour then set away until next day yvtin the face with it every night and two or three times during the day being careful not to get it in the eves V World Peaches a La Comic Peel and cut the peaches in two and stew them in clnrlfled sugar sirup Fill an oval mold with hot boiled rice turn the fnnn out on a dish arrange the poaches around it and decorate with preserved cherries or other small fruits from the confectioners Mix half a pint of the sirup with a gill of marmalade pour it over the dish and serve hot ltoston Umlget...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 28 October 1892

n - rtr yvir rv e Thi Tariff In n Tnx ff K The reduction of tlid migiir duty has reduced thu prlco of augur Tho Increase of duty oi tin pinto Iiiih increased the price of tin plato 1 Putting quinino on thu free lint re duced the price of quinine iMcrcHMnj the tHrill on woolen good linn led to the greater line of ahoddy and of cotton The reduction liftho duty on thu raw materjalM of binding twine reduced thu price of twine Every manufacturer in demanding pro tcction admits that without thu turilF comctltlon would force priced down John Quincy Adanm knew the tariff was a tax and in 1855 hu explained its opertlonniu this way The duty con- Ktltutea a part of thu price of the whole maHH of tho article In the market It is aulwtantially paid upon tho article of dumcHtlo manufacture as well an iiwu that of foreign production Upon one it in a bounty upon the other u burden and the repeal of the tax mint operate an an equivalent reduction of the price of tho article whether foreign or domes t...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

Hazel TpENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Ik urn ykak fuiv i nil PM ANI bv caiishn tin body rb oXYhIN It N a home trct i sltoiK no iIuiilmI No medieinc i or 1 ml t Wr the c entry Dubois webb Uluoil IcllVrsuii sin ets Louisville K ft Cam ColdiiCoughfJBorc Throat Croup Inflotn a Wboopinjr Cough Bronckitia and Aithma A n rura for ContutHDtioa in first eUrci and DINGFELDEK WITH a tar relief In advanced atarea ute at oner Ten will aee the excellent effect aftr takinr tho frit dee Sotd by d aters eretywhere Lust tettiea W cenu ana w J M ROBINSON CO Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Xus837 ttlfl and West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY BETWEEN BoiDweii lio know von and ho are always ready to r0ilent of the county or precinct xcvoiiniioilate you isli li nll rs to vote then ill I Green Mouev to loan on reasonable rates shall be Call onus minner the following uc tions pr m Hazel Gresn iullnck leaves liothucll every moruiiii Sunday excepted ut ttO nml arrives nt Haiel tJreen at Mil v M Leav...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

L I i U V lfJrm Ilazcl Green Herald BIENOnil COOPCIl Publisher IIAZEL QUEEN J x KY THE STOLID CHINESE Hi Cnn Sleep Bin Work All In the Fame 1anltlnn It scorns to mnko no partfculnr dittor eneft to a Chinese how long ho remains In ono position Ho will write all tiny like an automaton If ho Is u handi craftsman ho will stand in ono place from dewy morning- till dusky ovo working away nt his weaving his gold beating or whatever it may be and do It every day without any variation in the monotony nml apparently no spo clal consciousness that there is any monotony to bo varied In tho same way Chinese school chil dren arc subjected to an amount of con finement unrelieved by any recesses oi change of work which would drive western pupils to tho verge of Insanity Tho very infanta in arms instead of squirming and wriggling is our chil dren begin to do as soon as they are born lie as impassive as so many mud gods And nta moro advanced age when western children would vlo with the monkey in its ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

ALL IN ALL i dmiratio for the Man Who Goes ronn un u Thin to Win thn CIimnplnnfthlp Dr Hcturu irom Kurojie Dr Tnlmago was greeted with a most generous niul effusive welcome um1ny by a vnst congregation which assembled in tho Brooklyn tabernacle to licnr him preach his first sermon after tour lnS return iron m European Tf announced that in a Sundav - Inff his stewardship in delivering in Russia in behalf of The Christian Herald the S000 worth of Hour for tho starving The subject Sunday was All in AH text Colossians iiL 11 Christ is all and in all Returned after the most eventful summer of my life I must shortly and as soon as I recover from the sea UPC piyc vou an acoount our mission of bread to famine struck Russia and of my preaching tour through Germany Vmrland Scotland and Ireland but mv first sermon on reaching here must be a hosanna of gratitude to Christ and from the text I have chosen I have found that tho greatest name in the ocean shipping aml rom Liverpool to Moscow and fr...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

fe Hazel Ujreen Herald SPENCER COOPER - Editor tubvS owv jlv j v HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Nov 4 180 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For lreidilent CROVER CLEVELAND Or w York For Vice President ADLAi E STEVENSON Of Illinois For Judge Court of Anneal JAMES II IIAZELMQG Of Montgomery County For Conernw 10tliJitriet JUDGE ft aMK Of Clark County For Circuit Judge D H KKDWINK Of Hreathitt Count v COUNTY TICKET For Circuit llerlc JONAS F V ANSA NT For Sherin GEO HOE W DRAKE Fur Circuit IikIrp We are nttthnrlxed to nuiituiiiee Judgr HKNItY C IIIIY n n eiimUilttlv Inr Cir cuit Jiulue la the Tnciitytlilrd Jiiilienl U Irict coniioset nf the toiiutie of KmiII Iee Wolfe llrenthitt ami Mauotliii For Appellate Judge We tire ntilhoriseii to iiiinoiinre Itnlue W It HOLT u a ciiiMliilulo for re eleetion m Indite ot t It Court of Appeals at tin- i vemher election IMU For Coniiuoowrnttlis Attorney We are nuthorUetl to niiinniiice JAMKS H MAUCrM rrj of llreatlutt county u a eandidate for Commonwealth Attorney in the dis...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

tunic known on application Thursday of last week and had the elbow of her right arm diMocnied IfcirVote for James II Hnzelrigg Mrs Williu Swango who has leen vis iting her sister Miss Mattie Quicksall at Mt Sterling returned home lat week 11110 fro under the Hookers feet Ed D II Fallen of Kentucky preached at the Christian church in thi Hon J U Lykius Democnillc elector I tir Tnfli I iiiiin4ioiiil iliitrii r nf I ale day 1 S Parish and K S Sample here from Urea as mrrll I of G W lirSCWOrillV Will IlLO lOrillll tl lOW IV na ns nur mm in nJTer for sile at Hazel Green to the this couutv she made friends of all and highest bidder 20 Texas marcs 14 to I A t the grief stricken family thesympathy hands some of them in foal and several of the entire community is extended hroke Sale will largiu at 10 A M when Mt Sfrliug Jazette the terms will In announced by John II jtiSrVnto fr Jmies H Hnzelrigg Iieratt ihe auctioneer Attend the sale Y7 r w nmooo and buy you a a mare nv ciiiiintiiiK the plu...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

I mr ilffb Btilzel Green Herald iPKNOEIt COOPEK PublUtaer HAZEL GREEN FOUR ANGLERS irqHbotittllmViuo how iTudto do an all Unit KY Fouranfftors went vt In n yacht 1 caUih tho biff nhcs a Incut They took with them eight Ulack bottles of twlRht Tho Tvoulhcr wait awfully htirht Their anchored nnd thrilled with delight Throw over their lines for a bight Hutwhcro aii you know Town fishermen kjrow Tho Huh noTor nibble from upright And ho tho dull tlmo to beguile They paiMod around flnsks all tho whutlo Told storioi of folks Sung nongit and anile jolkn In regular llaborindn Btullo Hut noon rose tho waves very high Tho wind it blew out of the nklgh And ttcaslck thuy got And lay In tho yot A groanlng nnd wanting to dlgh They lay there oaeh whlto ns aghoit And flttll an a quail upon thostj No longer a tonguo Son melodies Honguo Of naughi could thoiu llnhurmcn bhost Their captain for maybe n half t An hour did nothing but lalf And when ho was dono Hordd Tohavofono rilcatah n few IIhIi on tho gu...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

AN OLD VETS SOARFPIN jttii Mncnt Ilullrt with Which llenii Mint l tlio llrtttloof tlio WllilerneM Stephen 1 Wllldns is an old soldier ltvinjron West Monroo street While fell-to-do ho dresses with execedinsr plainness the only bit of jewelry or or nament he wears being a somewhat cuUnrcrnvnt pin wnicit always tulornn Jiis tic Mo stiya he has worn it every jay for twenty flvo yoars It is not a particularly handsome pin Yon would talo it to be silver turned almost black by nntural oxidization It possesses no beauty of const ruction or design From its shape and color one would suppose that it wns a leaden bullet that had been trodden under foot and rolled un der wngons until it had almost lost all resemblance to its former shape It once was a leaden bullet but it did not lose its spin Heal form in any such commonplace manner Mr Willdim says he bent it into its present shape himself then laughs and tells this littlo story It was in the battle of tho Wilder ness that I bent that little bu...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 November 1892

I 4 v WV Wl v iV k ti r - rwm T How mi KdltOc Oriw Kleli city with a river channel between it ami close and equal relation in schools nuil ed by the national bank as security f r the land laid out ns Htreets Mr Walker i churches given it fair trial as one of the their circulation been thrown into Un built a causeway to connect his purchase with the mainland which cost him some thing but not very much The company was compelled to purchase this tract It could not get along without it Other real estato investments in nnd about Denver have netted Mr Walker abovo 1500000 more so that his total wealth is now reckoned at 3000000 This is a good amount of wealth to be gained in legitimate ways by a compara tively young man who thirteen years ago was publishing a small weekly news paper in the city of Washington and was by no means a rich man Washing ton Star f Voto for Redwine The HeNt rinntnr Dampen a piece of flannel with Cham berlain Pain Balm and bind it on over the scat of pain It is be...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 November 1892

ifl JOIN THE OCEANS j jtnevin Flan for Bulldinar tho Nlo Tw araffua Canal Uirtt of t10 Committee Appointed by the Convention In St Lauln Cost of the Immense f rlr Already Accomplished The committee appointed by the Na tional Nicaragua Ctinul convention at jfc meeting in St Louis June 2 and a je prepare an address to tho American people giving information as to the feasibility of the Nicaragua canal and ftg commercial and other advantages to the United States has just finished ibo preparation of such address The committee is composed of John S Jones of Arkansas ex Congressmnu Converse of Ohio 11 W Millsap the wominent banker of Mississippi Capt j F Merry of Manchester la S II flswkins the railroad president of teorgia Capt Ambrose Snow presi dent of the New York board of trade jd transportation and ex Gov John 8 Pillsbury of Minnesota The address is supplementary to the resolutions ndopted by the St Louis convention which pointed out the ad Tontagcs of the canal and urged its constru...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 November 1892

b I- Til 1 i Hu Ji Hazel SPENOER V 11 AXTSttJlO I mSKFUttM lYK HSSSWCr w r S00li7v ryy V JiV ivvri - j fDTPM HlPTn Thc Krnuipky mim ntnr luck tin 1miv6 reUinml honw lTPrWffriniKy5T y Jt JMMN Vl UU rwiilM mj ilMjt r f tho far wtpni vit anion rtUtive nod frirud lre B S cooper E4itc jx BHc V v t wtMi AUWlAQBf iv v tuIUftlis ki fMgifttfi si JV fSKRM 7 h iUTATlvMbk 9 W A H 4 t fe tcusChwJ TlJSflwM HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Nov 18 1802 Current News and Comment Now turn the ntcnla out 9 ft ft Wasnt it ii great grand and glorioiiH victory 7 o Wirnni now arc tiio smart idccka who said Grnvcr couldnt win o o o Toiikm goes my poHtoifice is the soliloquy of 50000 postmaster o o o Tin tariff is a tax on the consuinur Verdict by the people Nov 8th o o o Tin president hcnato and congress all in one day in a pretty good conp eh 1 o o o 1IVVB you heard it llazelrigg Lisle nidi Itcdwinc all go in with big majori ties o iKADiNO RcpuhlicaiiH o now admit that tho McKinley bill was a mistake Iut tho discover...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 November 1892

Fttazel Green Herald llUirt lawr emulation In Wolfe Mnfttnn I ItrtMitlilll Hrt llr lltper i the lNiin loiilvilh iiinl 1 1 huf rnii iiiil it riiu lilts r M rhl CM tltruiitfli Piih to eeiire Moiuiluiit Trade M rit xinxr lveftielliellH lllMrteil for llSH linn 3 1 ill in r iMi mi inch Cor tin llrxt Liuiiit in eri I ViS VU Ill SSI KST AlVKUTISIU MIST 1 ilKIAlO IS VIVNlK STSI1S lVKUriSKMKS1S I nth H MliMtlis 0 I 1 jii0i 5 infill jH II- I Ml I l 11 u MnolHS -- 5 5 Iiulii v Iilioral rule on lnrvr uilverliMtiiuui made know 11 011 niiplientlnu Infill to tin iiiteriuriMl itinoiitf ffuliiiU tinitn r H oftU a line whuie l hey run n iiiniiili 4bitiiirt triloite of iepeit ete le u lint fount iv word 10 the line and end moiiVv with tin- munuseript We will write hituurie and imlIMi tit 11 line MnrrUue and death imtiits not rreiiliiiir ien liusolhited nil pnldMied imikk QUILLS VOl UKiHtMl AliVKItTMXO PYniKifitriiiY us ikmani Addrev SlKN iKIt JJMPKlt Ilnxel wreiii kv our postnuiMter of the latter Coun...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 November 1892

t Hazel Green Herald BPKNOEU COOPER PublUher IIAZBL OIIBEN t i KY MY MOTHERS BIRTHDAY Days of mingled joy anil Krlcf Days of toll nntl nwcot relief Dflynot languor ooro and pain Dayn of smiling runt again All havo panned unit now to day Tlmo pauMCfl on his hurried way Smiling with moaning gravely nwcot And lay h a birthday at your foot Much tho yearn lmvu brought to thoo A tender boundless charity A calm and gracious womanhood Tlio strength which wraps tho truly good A charm of manner Ilka thu Hccnt Of violets with broozen blont Life from his troanurcH manifold JIath iiourcd on you hiit purvit Kold And undoruoath tho strain of care Llko chordit of muMc quaint nnd rare -Soft hranthlngn of affection come And flit with molody tho homo Sweet heart Thoio dour haudH of thlno Arc mado for mlulstrlas divine For noolhlug weary ones to rent Forclaftplng children to thy bream For truo lovon Horvlce m I tuple sweet leading hoiiIh to the MnittcrM foot All llfo lit richer dooper far llttcauno of ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 18 November 1892

HOME HINTS AND HELPS Apples tiro used by French coolts In at mast nil fruit pies nnd tltoy glvo that delicate consistency which Is n notnblo feature of their sweet French pastry The fruit In ninny of these pies is not cooked at all but meroly warmed through and seasoned N Y Tribune The Intense Itching- of the gums with which toothing Infants sufTer po greatly may be allayed by giving finely oriulted Ice every few minutes A snueerful may thus be given without danger and the little one soothed and quieted because of the groat relief Detroit Free Press It Is a good plan to keep In the pantry one of those cold chests for desserts and other dishes that should he served directly from the lee A pood size Is about twenty eight Inches high twenty one Inches wide and twenty eight Inches long This chest requires only six pound of Ice a dnj and the temperature can be reduced to freezing point If desired Olngersnups One cupful of sugar one cupful of treacle one cupful of but ter lard will answer...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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