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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 28 June 1894

I nnr i Wljilj lli W I IIIIIIHIIIMIHII BB r h f x S ft- A 1 I J r iijt TO BLOW UP THE CAPITOL Expo uiro of An Allegd 1lot of Ann roh lata Led lly Ilonoro Inxnon A Washington newspaper last week nnnomiccd tliat it would publish an exposure of a plot which hail for its object the destruction of the capital and perhaps other gnrcrntueiit buildings which had been qlowly developing for several weeks Tho secret service and police authorities however have been kept informed of the movements of the plotters and would have been enabled to thwart them bad their machinations approached actual violence Once only says the newspaper about three weeks ago when the channel nf information wa unexpectedly interrupt ed were the federal and dUtiiet authori ties really alarmed They did not know at what moment an attempt might be made to explode bomln in the capitol the treasury building the white house and the navy building Hut as the days passed and nothing was done the author ities who had redoubled t...

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. — 28 June 1894

If r pi B I h akj If a K R - B It bV B a fe r 3 rr VU K 9C IPBKOBR COOPER Editor immimmmWitfy Q H9nh imUlmlmhi ikTlifl vKjXlj aHaaflaDBS IVVEUbw BH HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday June 28 1894 Tho murdor of Goorgo Alexander by English Andoraon in Montgom ery county on Saturday ovoning last was ono of tho most horribly cold bloodod that wo ovor road of and shows to what oxtont an un controllable tompor and ovorboar ing disposition vill load a man When tho nows roachod this placo whoro George Aloxandor was woll and favorably known tho univer sal son timont expressed is host told in this ono torm Andoraon should hiivo boon hung without judgo or jury or loss of timo And taking tho ovidonco boforo tho coronors jury which wo roproduco olsowhoro it doos look as if ho should havo boon summarily swung ofl But tho genoral opinion is that boing rich and of influential family ho will oscapo tho punishment his dastardly docd so richly dosorvos Monoy influonco nor anything olso should savo him from tho h...

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 June 1894

R lJ f 2 s V w I r xr -1 - f r - A l v S- Ji 8V fts Kft tti rr I w ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress VVvnTr i0rWl aocc JOSEPH Aot Kn ntv Kentucky as a cnmlldute for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action ol the Deinoerntlc party For Sheriff wSvivwyjMd to nce SAM rulliT WIrSON as a candidate for sherill of olfo county subject only to the will of the people at the polls in November 194 SMBfcTHIS PAPER is all homo V print and if you want all BlTT lh0 fl00d tbIn9s H contains Hon should road overy articlo on each ot tho eight pages You will find all the local nows that way H 0 Quicksiill left Tuesday for Dan villeto attend the state educational association Miss Minnie Dav loft Sntnnlnv frr n protracted visit to her cousin Miss Min nie Horton of Camargo Mrs S R Perkins of this place lias our thanks for a mess each of extra fine potatoes and largo onions Charley Turner of Mt Sterling and Leslie Henry of West Liberty were guests of the Day House Tuesday Elder J T Picr...

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 June 1894

L li u V n y tf PV n JPBMQIR OOOPR1 L SEIZING SEALERS Mltsr All Vefcl Will be Warned Rernnllcsn ef the FlnKit They Fly By tho latest reports from the Bering Se itect brought to Tort Townscnd W1iby tho steamer Queen it Is learned that thero is mora tlinn n possibility of international complications arising in regard to tho authority of our licet over esaeln flying lings of other nations than the United States and England Commander Clark has given orders to other commanders of United States ves sels to board scalers of all nationalities and inform them that their presence in Bering Sea is suspicious and to warn them not to kill seals They aro to bo told that they can havo a license to seal after the end of the closed season if they will consent to havo their arms scaled Should tho scaler dc clino this ofibr and afterward he caught scaling sho is to bo Bcizcd and scut to tho nearest telegraphic port with a prize crow and tho facts telegraphed to tho department of state Commander Clark ...

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 June 1894

irlp I o 11 v i lllK BLLVUTJuiJILy CPYRIQHTl002BYBA 1PJtNCorTLCPT1JANy roNTiNn It is Indeed Was your father en tirely in his ritfht mind Entirely and there isnt a doubt but what he believed the truth of what he said He was devoted to our baby and seemed as fond of Hannah as he was of Sister Julia Is it possible to do anything do you think Not that I can see unless It ean be shown that your father at the time of executing1 the will was not of dispos ing memory or that the intluencu of Wiley upon him was such as he was not strong enough to resist Neither of theMi could be estab lished I suppose the first certainly not I dont doubt that brother had possession of the paper and either kept father from destroying it or made him believe that it had been done It dates back to July ISM I no ticed That was- not long after your marriage if I dont forget Yes about a month Your father had acquired some real estate since then hadnt lie Yes lu bought another plantation on the river and the place b...

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 June 1894

T vv H is fe s RH V r V r j Bo v flv HI w r OOMMOI RECORD ap y - What tMi Wvt1YAt ninek Wnmler Did na h TM fallowing is the royal record of tfMTwiblftten fon of Ilimyar Inst year JXi Brooklyn May 22 ho won a five ght of a milo swcopslakcs in 1 02 at odds of 4 to 0 defeating Meddler Fonso Madge colt Enfield Pntrlcan and others He led all tho way and won by ix lengths Taral had tho mount car rying 112poundH At Brooklyn May 27 ho won tho Orcnt American atnkcH flvo elghtH of u milo in 1 01 B 4 Tlio atnko wiw worth 18070 to tho winner and Domino won hands down by four lengtha Ho waa at oven monoy Taral had tho mount at 118 pounda TIiobo behind Domino were in order Dobbins Too Ripley Declare Dcapot Prig Sonolla and Chateau At Mprriu lnrkf J11119 10 ho won tho Great MoHpHd stake wortli MV60 to tho winner going tho three quartern of a jnllo in 1 12 8 J Taral rodo him carry ing lib pounds His mount was at 1 to 8 and tho black wonder won easily by two lengths frolu Dobbins second Dcciaro thir...

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. — 5 July 1894

7CPL Hmiiwu 4 JV -NC iZJLVM v nL Tit -S I A fiu hTnMilllll Ftmb i AVV A V- frrA 2iW V 7 M vy lSK v SJJV rj -x 4 ZEL HERALD 1 x v -- KrS 1 T i EWR - V J Kstublisliod March 1885 und Miulo FnmoiiB in tho Culobruted Story of Jonathan nnd Ilia Continont by Mux Olloll SPENCER cooper ownor nnd Editor TEXTII YEAK Of a AVortil AVIth Xnvn Troiii All Natloitrt uiuhrln tit Hln Uack 4t LCAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY TUURSDAY JULY 5 1894 mntaaKttiwsmwimworKiVujMniuMWin9fXmranKUfm 3r - w j I H Nil I - IIVX V 114 BC c - - v- y It was advertised by written notice ruclc on trees bv dennty vb nil whoe busing - it whs 1 i r i le tloi li ont tlie country by tin cuks iMikI mercluint aii even by the eiicnl rider hiin elf that tlie Kotwtli of Julj Avonld 1r appropriately celebrated in Vilons Hend Wlien could there be a more hidden cominnnitv tluin Wil sons Hend No found their way into this neighborhood no one en listed here no recruiting ollieer came with his red white and red cockade no drum rumbled and no ...

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. — 5 July 1894

19 u v it f OmTtfAUW rPp7 t nwypwyto Amid the clash of falling mortality the tuiflhiii away of time aria all earthly environments we are made to iwto tho biltmt tread of that hint enemy wIiumj IihihI continues to wield the inevitable scythe of destruction imtl at whose bid ding tlio heart Unit has for theno lung years been drumming tho life march ot earth has conned to perform its func tions Thus another spirit has returned unto God who irave it i Still with eyes ociilowing with tears and a heart full of emotion and nuducss I try to pen these lines as a hint tribute of respect to the sacred memory of a de parted father whose association during his lastdavs of earth I had not the priv ilege of enjoying and at whose obsequies I failed to bo present 0 tho sad thought of that evening when I received that awful missive whoso first line says Your father is dead Knowing that he was then bur ied 0 to realize that 1 am now an orphan Tho face and form that I have always met on visiting tiie o...

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. — 5 July 1894

kv ww4 rtr w7 M10UH Jl AIJJJ I nil IMUH GROVER CLEVELAND Tnlks Hopefully mul at ToiiKth if tlto lliiuncliil Situation President Cleveland but week said in apenkitig of the linuneial situation Tlio oiler of eeitnimf the New York baiikfrtUi replace ircnii their vaults this gold Jliplidrnwii from the government treaanry for shipment abroad is certainly thoughtful and patriotic It not only tends to maintain the treasurys gold reserve in good condition but it adds to tho stock of popular confidence which is at all times important Tho elements which muko up our1 actual situation do not justify any ap prehension and the administration still adheres to its pledge and determination to protect our national credit at all haz ards and to keep the quality of our money equal to the bct mj far as the limits of executive power permits Of course croaking mid the spread of disquieting tales are calculated to injure the stringent financial condition I assume however that there is too much patriotism a...

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. — 5 July 1894

t isx i f V tv Mmr M rtfg A a JIUU JJ 2 r 4 F Iff - u - - f 1 ihiiwhu mi JJ - - g r H Ill 71t r - mmn V3K3B KBltJL3Li0 m WWWi lWfF TUSKS EPBRCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY ThuusjAy Inly 5 1894 The Republicans of thU district in convention nt Stanton on Tuesday night nominated Hon Tho Hopkins of Pike county na their enndidnto for congress from thla district At the end of the 38th ballot luHopponcntM liad withdrawn and ho was nominated on the IUh 1ml lot practically by acclamation Mr JIopkitiH represented Pike county in the Inst legislature defeating Hon 0 A Bowlec the Democratic candidate and himself a very popular man by Ull ma jority tho county being Democratic by Homo 200 votes Ho lived awhile or wan perhnps rained in Kloyd county and there won every political contest ho that those of Iuh party who know him bent consider him invincible He is a Haptfct preacher and in said to be a man of mind and magnetism It is also churned that he is a mixer fiom Mixervillo Now all this is pret...

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. — 5 July 1894

I r i fm i iltu iBV0 J i In iiiiiiuiiiuiijjuji BBnuiimiuiiwiiwiwiMiiiaM TOH KBRAE ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress MkAWi irc n n OSKPI Ji KkMiALL ol Mil riiimiv ICentuekv of the Democratic urty We arc ForShoiitf nutlioriziil to iiiiMiiiiiwn ii 1vdv iitV otiiii r Wolfe county Miljcct iIx i K i if sue pvniilc tit tic nulls In Vtit i icii ---- 4iWM lllKI lvM Ron uTniS PAPER is all linnin print aud ii yon vaut all tllO tJOOfl Hi It ft r it onnfnitie ShOtlld rOTll nVIIIV nHloln tti nnnit the eight pages You will iind all tho local nova that way Horn to the wife of Arless Marker on Sunday evening Inst a boy H V Quicksall of this place left ves tcrday morning to attend court at West Lilicrty Silas Kimli of this place and Will Jones of Hedges left heie Monday aft ernoon for a visit to West Liberty Lula and Nellie Kvuns who were visit ing their grandfather Gov Kvnns at Campton returned home on Thur day Fletcher MeOnire who bus been at Hot Springs Ark for Mime time taking the baths got home Tuesday...

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. — 5 July 1894

IL LS r I T- iy li T nrnwK I A jIMilul -A HON C B HILL OF BEATTYVILLE T the People of tlioTontli Coiigrcsulonnl Dlatrlct of Kentucky A condition of political aflairs in this district peculiar if not altogether unique brought about by tho withdrawal at tliia lato day of tho lion M 0 Lislo your present rcprcHentativc opens tho way for tho ontranco of other aspirants And yielding to tho solicitation of tho Democracy of my own county and nu merous friends in various parts of tho district and also embracing what appears to bo a favorito opportunity to execute a well known wish on my own part by -offering my services to tho district I hereby announco myselt a candidate for congress subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Three months ago I was urged by many leading Democrats to lake this step and tho pressure at homo was espec ially strong but impelled by tho con viction that tho Democratic custom of according u rcnomination by way of en dorsement to a faithful representative v Hhou...

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. — 5 July 1894

rJ jri c w Tt WrTra PwMY1 SrMMfJ CHAPTKU VL At a corner of Greene- street into which one emerged from the Capitol square while moving into the main business part of town opposite the Tluson tavern stood a drinking houso known as the Rig Indian from a large red wooden statue that stood at the entrance of the nearly always open door It was a low unpainted weather-beaten building making up the want of a second story with four rooms added to its rear It was kept by Augustus Rachels a middle sized reddish haired bachelor whom every bod5 liked A temperate even an abstemious person himself his htock was kept equal to that of any similar establishment either In Sa vannah or Augusta Not only men but women had respect and even some affection for him It was well known not only that he did not en courage Immoderate drinking but that ns far as his native modesty would alfbw he warned against it piirticultfrly in the cases of youth and respectable married men Many a tfmu had ho been known to diss...

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. — 5 July 1894

s s1 rf iW n ms wumn11 Hi nil WTtT tf1 A MAN Tle 2tnrnl WMWnWIWWLWWWtQMWUMim4W OF FEW Expedient of WORDS a Dun Illddcn Doblor Ho was a man of few words anil fowcr dollars says tho Chicago Post Ho didnt lllco to bo disturbed and ho didnt HUo to enter Into lengthy ex planation When a man qame in took it seat bcaidtt his desk and aslccd if he could sottlo that littlo account it wearied him to say licully Im sorry but I havent got tho money to day And whon tho man suggested that it Jiad been running a long time it wearied him still more to hnvo to buy Yes I know it but I have been very short Ill try to have something for you noxt week There wan too much chance for a man to get pressing and annoy him by stringing out the inter view Ho tried keeping away from the ofllco at the hour his creditors usually came but they changed the hours of their calls and he was still bothered and annoyed by their impor tunities jitst when ho was busiest Then he hit upon a brilliant scheme lie put In a day ...

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. — 12 July 1894

f k i t i i y M TENTH YEAH Am SSL m y Pd VIVO W A W fi Tt ctmnrifwr revik xr u i n k u ji w k aim ra rrL i i7L era v WSG Dnoro j tt o sy s jjKfl i luvjuv r 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O flTho lpiuliiiR houso for FANCY D11Y 100DS ITR2MKII1NG GOODS and NOTIONS Alwnrys Imvo Big Drives Spocial attontion to Mail Orders mnnwHrnirM DEBS THE DICTATOR Vnltllc Opinion Voiced by tho Press Louisville Courier Journal President Debs is fooling with a buzzsaw though bo appears to be happily oblivious of that fact St Paul Pioneer Press In the course of time we shall lind out whether the sovereignty of this country belongs to Mr Debs or the American people Indianapolis Journal It seems to be i question whether government of the people by the people and for the people shall perish from the earth or Debsism bo put down Brooklyn Eagle The only way to bring the labor union anarchists to their senses is to display the dignity of the law at once when they begin to disregard the rights of others Now Yor...

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. — 12 July 1894

w feW H i BIHiflHPRIil vy GKj wlvjjjrTPBy w W V ift EEESftXtSQ SPENDER COOPER Editor OUR MARRIAGE CUSTOMS Good Wives Coiun Vory Clump In Homo CinintilcN Ilumnii liintory opens with Eden a perfect marriage and a happy family And ever since that time even with all dvilized peophH the porvitndo of the brido is clearly indicated n In Brazil a couplu may he married hy drinking brandy together in Japan by ho many cups of wine in litisin and Scandinavia it used to be one cup for both u In tiio earliest times of purchase a wo man was bartered for useful goods or for Horvicca rendered to her father In this latter way Jacob purchased Hucliel and her sister Leah This was a bcena mar riage where a man as in GenePH leaves liis father and his mother and cleaves unto his wife and they become ono flesh or kin the womans tr In Australia a woman carries lire to her lovers hut and makes a lire for him In Mexico she lays a bundle of rods at the door of his tent A Loango ingress cooks two dishes for him...

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. — 12 July 1894

IV V- iLfi MORGAN COUNTy When It Wnrmt It Ami VrolHi iopiilntloitVota Ktc M Morgnn county wiia formed in 1S22 out of portions of Floyd nnd Until and mimed in honor of CJimi Daniel Morgan of revolutionary fame The Licking biver runs almost centrally through the Pounty from southeast to northwest Tlio bottoms of the Licking and its utariis iiro tll very fertile nnd produce griufla prawa and fruit in rich nbuldance while the hills are clad from baso to summit with a comparatively untouched forest of timber embracing all the varieties indigenous to thin Inti I tude The county embraces one of the I largest deposits of cannel coal in the f state if not the largest and in point of j quality can not be excelled in the world I wiuic bituminous coal iron ore and building stone abound in inexhaustible quantities Our vast resources arc ex- citing the cupidity of capitalists and lands are enhancing rapidly in value This county needs but the magic touch of railway and turnpike transportation faci...

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. — 12 July 1894

if f I I a j it rv mUfOSH OOOPSR Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday July 12 1804 IANOIIINO 1IY VIIIiiMAIi A stuto of civil war exists in bovoii or eight Htntcs of thu union Thoro nro disturbance that doH troy tho nonco and utterly Hiibvort tlio Booiul ordor of many ootnimtn itios Municipal and county au thorities find themselves helpless in tho presonco of overwhelming mobs In nt least six statos troops nro undor arms and orders Thorn are sovoral storm con tors most of thorn in that part of tho Unitod Slatoswocall tho north a section of your country claiming to bo governed by peculiar rovor onco for tho law and tho sacred rights of man Those ovil froighted movements inspirod by discontent and direct ed by rovonge have barely touched that part of tho country known as tho south a section that is not by many good people considered as a pattern of the civil virtues But for tho labor outrages north it is almost certain that none would havo occurred south The excep tions prove and illustrate ...

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. — 12 July 1894

WEKB ECERIJ3 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress iMvMAMlHru7 l IOSKIMI TIiS A N J1 Hvil county Kftitiiukv V n n candidate for Congress Irom tlio Tenth C oimrmltMiul Dlntrli l tubjuol to tliu action urthu Deinouratie party For Shoriir TiXVr1rzl I luinounen SAM V NN SK rnudidate lor Muiill r t Nolle county Hiihcct onlv In the will of thojmoplc at tin- polls in November 1MM tiEMiBRTIHS PAPEll is all homo mKgW print nml ii you want nil P rT 0 Uood tliinus it contains liou should roatl ovory nrtlclo on oaoh ot tho eight pagos You will Hud all tho Ioonl nows that way MifM Nnnnio Halo who went tn Mimic fco to suo her parents rctnrneil Wiilncs lay Will Miller uml wifoTmTwio Tin nor of laris III mo visiting 0 Mize ami family K T Uoso of yuihvuUrays Tit i lrUii is tlu host local newspaper in the mountain liny your writing paper at this olliec two ijuiies for only lf conts It is the best Youll like it Miss Florence Stephen of Mt Ster ling is visiting her granilniothor Mrs Louisa Wilson of this place 1 ...

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. — 12 July 1894

il B JrS r s KIERJLXjP WBKCER OOOPBI irras Itfitor CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS Oucsh 1or 1000 Tho Weekly Courier Journal has an nounced another of its popular guessing contests taking tho temperature at Lou isville during tho month of August as tho basis Ono thousand dollars in cash will bo given free as presents to the now or old ronowing subscribers who cucss tho hottest day at Louisville during August and givo tho closest guess to the highest temperature tho weather bureau thormomctnr will reach on that day The subscription prico of tho Weekly Courier Journal is 1 a year Each guess must be nccompanied by ono yearly subscrip tion No newspaper published in the United States has been so liberal to it s subscribers or has offered such liberal prizes to sccuro now subscribers as the Courier Journal During tho past 18 months it has given away in presents absolutely free 17400 in money not to mention such premium articles as sewing machines watches guns etc This in spito of tho business depr...

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