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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 11 October 1894

Q A I H V t -R r I Js rjcjh iMrcuiVAiAyt tnwwnM rwrrewnrivWwWKM V - yS a t vvrrw m r 11 tsgsip y p R v- M 1 K jtnAliivmLt0LyJunn j iir i pPYRIGH T 1002 DY rfBUPPJNCoTJTCPWWNXf By whom wcro tiicy appended there And Mr CarruthorH he added his voice- risen to disgust that seemed Kiclccntnir to feel by whom was that paper text clauses and attestations by whom was the whole of it writ ten Ily me sir The witness is with you Brother Watson Hand mo that paper said Watson in a tone of angry command You see your orders are iiibtantly obeyed my brother said Torrance delivering it with assumed high re spect Watson turning it over to his client ashed What have you got to say about tins thing now Amcrson looked at it closely for sev eral moments then with a groan of anguish Handed it back saying in piteous tones Dont leave me Mr Watson Well of all the rascals I have ever known Amerson you are the cuKserioHt fool My advice to you is to go to hull where you belong The wretched man rose and slunk aw...

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. — 11 October 1894

j KW h m ik C r k W 59k f T1TWX 4 7 ILWV iRJA aJ TAB1 I ETSi I - FT t V AN tNTinPWIINQ FIRM T1t J T JNiy Grocery Company WIU Xfffct HfHHr Story ItHtldliifC When some timo ngo J Taylor Day determined to establish r wholesale gro cery in this city it whs somowlmt In the nature of An experiment It hna Ixwn a complete success nnd he is now in Winchester td stny Tho buildings for merly occupied by tho Winchester Din ing Co nro totally inadequate in size for tho ImHincgs and tho bulk of tho goods must bo stored in warehouses elsewhere Slnfcclho firm has concluded to remain in Winchester they havo concluded to build Mittublo quarters and plans for a new building aro being prepared The Cdjlico will bo of brick four stories high nwt will bb ttiluatcd immediately bapk of a thy present building It will extend from otic railroad to tho other a distance of ninety one foot and will bo forty feet deop It will bo provided with all mod ern appliances and will bo a handsomo structure Together with th...

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. — 18 October 1894

r tfl I r N JtlAZEL TENTH YEAR A YOUNG DEMOCRAT IN ACCEflTStyLD SPI KS OUT IN v Ami Sayn n Vow Ayonln Which Olayjllo of Intercut to VoterfliHoAYnntsOnr Jnp for Coiigruf and the Hest of tho Ticket Elected HISTRUMPETShOULDPE HEARD Mn SrittcBK 9aoPEEditbr of Tjib Herald I rtak permission for a short apaco m your vor val uable paper to insert a letter con taining my viows qi tho subject of Democracy - I lip not enter irlto tins subject as one skilled lntfio affairs of politics but osbnovlio is a Domocratin all that the word Democrat moans Though 1 bo a more boy who has never had the honor of casting a singlo ballot for any man yet I have a longing for that day whon I can stand a peer and cant a ballot against tho ma lignors of tho Democratic party It is roportod that G V Carson is a candidato on tho Republican tickot for County Judgo against tho sparkling witty gonial big hearted and woll known G T Con tor the regular Democratic nomi nee It surprised mo vory much to hear that Mr Carson ...

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. — 18 October 1894

3 I V t I iriaroi OOOWHt Miter mnun wwVfcfl D2 BIDHbS lvvfSSV BB CLOSE OF THE CRIMEAN WAR IRt ef the Treaty of Ioco ami How Drum Doecla Vcro Kocnrdoil Tho formerly ratified treaty of ponce was brought to London by William Stuart first attache to tho llritlsh em bassy at Paris on April 28 isrrt Sun day May 4 was observed us a day of general thanksgiving to almighty God for the preservation of pence und on Monday the fith it was formally pro claimed in London with the usual solemnities Addresses to the crown npproving of tho peace were carried in both houses of parliament on the cvoning of that day and on the 8th both houbes cordjally voted thanks to the army navy and marines employed in tho operations of tho late war The feelings entertained toward the men who fougbt and bled in tho Crimea by tho queen tho government and the people of England arc also placed on record in an excellent dispatch of Lord Panmurcs which will bu porpetuatod -as lpng as the languago exists Since the period ...

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 October 1894

I 7 tJt HAIL FORMED BY TORNADOES Tho Result of Whirlwind In the Atmos phere Iar Aliovo tho inrth The fuct that hnil Is formed ut nn indefinite but in most cases a prcnt height above the surfnce of the eurth and that it is commonly precipitated when storms are raging has prevented any direct observation of the process of freezing tho vapor of the atmosphere into ice pellets or large masses and whut has been decided regarding the phenomena of hailstorms is almost wholly tho work of theory and logic Nevertheless some points are pretty clearly established In the first place hail is the result is a rule of whirling or tornado lilce storms There may be no whirling on the surface of tho earth but according to the Cleveland Leader it seems cer tain that in the higher regions of the air where hail is formed there is al ways an atmospheric disturbance re sembling what is commonly called a cyclone when it sweeps the ground A curious indication of the soundness of this conclusion was to bo note...

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 October 1894

v- W Wv U- V Wx r I fed K p p K i l t t TSDB BEERAE SPENCER COOPER wflVI7nlL A BfH MfismB QNSSEJ Zvamm MrH - ff cJy ri IHHmIvJ HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday October 18 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress -Short Term Hon W M BEGKNER Of Clark County For Congress- Long Term Gov McKinloy will addross tho pooplo of Now Orltians oiv tho JOtlvH inst and tliQ subjeqt of his har rnnguo will douotloss bo J4Tho Hardships of tho Louisiana Sugar Planter Sinco tho Democratic Party Cut Off His -Bounty As thoy only got about 20000000 from f ho loar pooplo last yoni thoy aro now in soro listross John Shonnnu said a fow days since I am not and novo Avas au oxtremo protectionist An improssion prevails that tho Mc Kinloy law was tho culmination of oxtrome protection in this country and that thoso who framod sup ported and onaotod it woro oxtromo protectionists but tho Sonator ap Xieara to havo oxolusivo informa tion that thoy woro not No du tiof ho continued should boJuv iod for protection that nro not neede...

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 October 1894

IjSl 5 SSIB SKHRAXi For Shoriff Vo are authorized to announce SAM HENRY WILSON m n candidate for shrrMl WTnlfjt ttnlttitv ulllllunt itlit ti ftin ltll if You should road ovory artlclo on each ot luo eight pagos You will ilnd all tlio local nows that way H C Ilord of this place left Monday tfor Clark county on business John Brewer of Grassy is suffering with a bonefellon on his thumb Eldor J T Pieratt will preach at Dnysboro on Sunday nt 1030 a m Thero will bo services at the Christian church Sunday Prof Cord will talk in the morning and Elder Pieratt nt night 1 Uncle Hnrry and Aunt Nnncy Swango have tho thanks of the editor and his better for some very fine sweet potn toes Elder J IT Scott colored will preach nt Daysboro on tho second Saturday and Sunday in November and at Stanton on the fourth Saturday and Sunday Revs Marney Blnnkenship and Willis Xiykins organic d a Baptist church at rthe Caskey school house on Sntnrdny last with some fourteen or fifteen members Eev Mr Chisholm of...

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 October 1894

I V fl l L V s1 t ft JBV L f fl I ii 5 r it t i f nth IfB 4 1 PV A K r Dtcmcmber me oh lad - crii cure Tweri mtscry In v Mv ralmVtit ni iny ilnlly fare Tlioii Coil ilnst give Icamvn on I wop Id lmp down to rest 43lie biggest liar on enrth ia hypocrit riTlio uirliest man on earth ia a drunken sot The meanest nriu on enrth is n stingy innn The man who gets stuck on hiniHclf be badly ntuck Tho biggest fnol on eartli is the one -who thinks hlmscir wise TIitp novrr wa butono uiiosimnn on earth nntl he got to livo only thirty three yearn Some people put more starch and pow dcri on their facis than they are worth if Hold at their real value Tho ugliest woman on earth i one that tattles ehews and smoke tobacco drinks whisecyand plays the harlot A to uruov man may bridle his tongue lmt the toniruiy woninn loses her bridle and then nomn body gets the devil Some people think thoy are h pretty nnd ho snrirt that thov cant sit still dur ing religious worship floil pity such fool Tho man who is t...

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 October 1894

K VJ a I 1 AWt WAYS TO GET RICH Thk road to fortuno la paved with printcro ink t SmKKia nnd scnso nro necessary in successful advertising Get somothinff people want ndver tiso it windy and it in wire to pay Thk best advertising will not creato n demand for that which is not wanted Success in business is paved by tho typesetter and made smooth by tho printing press Ilnnvrrv is tho soul of defeat in some advertising Grain wont grow to Irwitfulncss tho day it is planted Thk advice of a bishop to a young preacher applies equally well to an Have something to say Say It Stop The men who fail and go down in oblivion belong to tho class who never advertise advertiso occasionally or -only as tlicy think their trailc will warrant TiiEnn may be a double meaning in i he i misspelled sign in South Hrooklyn For SailA sloop yacht of forty five tons Apply to owner Third avohuo JJay Itidge Ax advertisement should tell the whole story in the least number of words carefully selected and easily compreh...

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. — 18 October 1894

I VfiX iii ft v f f 51 M t I A Li 1 I JilSII VfJ H T q 1 A i V A T Ti teft ar 4 n V Lifciiu fifc - JlKInveil J MORGAN CfrUftfoV Itl ETelstirai Left over from last week I wh pleased to boo Wlnglcas come to the fronton the railroad question as lie did in last weeks Italic and I hopo r people will think on what ho has Mid and what he may yet ray on that fttthject fof ho haa lmil ho experience of living where there were railroads also where there was nonrj and he like nil others who have enjoyed the advantages of rail road ft agree and any that if wo -want oir county to proHpowvcahould in very rcasonablo way encourage tho Imildingof railrondaor any public enter prise that will Wing motley among us HrIruvpwtlmrcvrlycltlzoftMorJ gan county will ndnrdt tliHt wo would bo lNjefltefliyihoAillJirt2nf thiS oiW TheiiJeionjhcn Ja liAvSriitchwif we boupnenttedr Thk depends on how much wo need St Not many years ago our county did uot have any steam flour and saw mills and lumber for building purpos...

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. — 25 October 1894

T 3 X TENTH YEAR MORE FIGURES To tho Votora of Morgan County In my letter of lust wook in A Question of Figures it was proved that Morgan county unaidod on the prosont valuation and with tho fitimo rato of taxation as at prosont could pay off a debt of 25000 in nino years I shall now ondeavor t6 show what wo could accomplish with a railroad But before proceeding with my demonstration I wish to call your attontion to tho follow ing exhibits compiled from of ficial records on filo in tho county clerks oflico VALUATION OK MOIIOAX COUNTY 1891 l479rG900 18i2 lr0i702OO 1893 130400300 1894 lf000000 11 VI US lOU STATU TAXIS 1891 021419 1892 0f275 1893 551581 1894 531250 IiVIKS FOK COUNTY TAXES 1891 770492 1892 099025 1893 7570S2 1891 707000 Tho county levy including tho poll tax for each yoar TOTAL STATU AND COUNTY TAXES 1891 1391911 1892 1358300 1893 1312203 1894 129S250 It is correctly claimed that if county bonds for 25000 bearing 5 per cent interest wero issued for a term of 20 years th...

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. — 25 October 1894

rtV f -- v C Vu H I s i A WJ t W wBRWPH llffClW fWilFfRwy iratoER ooorR Eltr I4iitrlous Joe Hon Joe M Kendall addressed the people at the Bonttyvillo fair and an eye witnew informs us that ovcrybody wan delighted with the effort Ho was hero on the 13th enroute toSnlyeravllloto fill n appointment there Ho bjb that ho has tried in vain to get Pro Hopkins to meet him on the stump and he cannot therefore conduct tho campaign as he would like He says that he is not a preacher or ho would cheerfully go nlong with Iiro Hopkins and join in the ner ticca with him ad their views do not differ on religious qiicHtioim Hut as the issue is not which is the best prenchcr but which Would make tho best scntatiyo in congress that even then he does not understand how the people f would bo able to judge from that test But Mr Kendall has no fears of being outgcncralpd by this new method in politics- Ho is coiibcioiiH of his superior fitness for tho placo by his practical jknowlcdgo of public ulFaira whi...

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. — 25 October 1894

ra 1 aH 25 POULTRY POINTS lyilgil l Ipa HII1U 1f l AN INTERESTING VARIETY Abboox aa tho old hens ennbe spared Ohanokb are grown on every contl 1 or market thev nhould bo f Atiannd ami nent old This ouirht to bo dono before the hens begin mbltiug Lioiit nutritious and easily digested food in what confined fowls requiro to do well but undor no consideration should corn bo fod exclusively Ir disease appears and obstinately re sists remedies it is belter to begin with new stock than to breed from thow that have been sick a long time Majuc the nullota that you want to keep js toon as you know which onoU thejrnre Then there will be no dan ger of jtheir being sold or eaten by mU UkcJIl Tub kens should always havs some many Egyptian pyramids have never been opened Evruv pnrt of postage stamp making In donu by liand Iiihii and negroes rarely resort to XcAitiA all of tho world supply of opium comes from India - Unvaccikatkd persons ar not mitted to vote in Norway Oxiy aboutninti per cent of 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. — 25 October 1894

n - 5- I t E x I X A I w uV i w 3 i tt ry p I yy mr vj 1 1 y Jll Iwf El TTsyd PT1Ppy 9tpn5i IPENOBR i00PX Kilter KflWA I mil IMafc v jPl 1 1 iHBfr j HAZEL GREEN KY TiiuimsjUY October 25 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Sc g HQt iV Zr For Congrew Short Term Hon W M BECKNER Of Clark County rt For Congress--Long Term Hon JO Rfl KENDALL Of Floyd County County Ticket For County Imlge 0 T ClONTKK For Oounty Attornov A II STAMPER For County Clirk 1 HOLLON For Sheriff A T COMBS For Assessor JEFF M HOSK For Jailor JOHN 11 IIOIJBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY Evory voto for tho Doinocnitic candidates for county oflico is a voto undorsing tho grout party for its interest in bohalf of tho ing classos tho miiBsos and no Domocrat should fail from any oauso to so voto Before casting a voto ovory man should acquaint himself with tho fact that tho Democratic parly has so legislated that ho can now buy a suit of clothes for ono half what tho flamo suit cost under tho Republican tariff laws and thon voto for tho pa...

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. — 25 October 1894

nV 1 1 I jT3 - WJi Tfc 1 I a i i N i J For Shoriff rlJjfitod t0 noeo SAM ll1 WILSON tin n candidate for sherllf of Wulfo comitr RiiMect only to the will of tlio people nt tlio polls In November IfiDl WJHIS PAPER iTFTiomo HV nrint and If you want all m tlio good tliinns It contains you should read overy nrticio on eaoh ot ilie eight pagos You will iind all tho local news that way Littlo Herald Piorntt was thrown from n horse last Friday and got n considera ble shaking up but fortunately received no Herious injury Dyapepain seldom cauaea death but permits its victims to live on in misery Hoods Sarsnpnrilla cures dyspepsia and all atomach troubles This oflico Ijhs for sale an elegant con non atovo with drum attached juHt the thing for largo school room Trustees desiring to provide n stove for their school should call and examine this ono as it will be sold at a bargnin Rev Hopkins preached ut the Oaskey achool house on Wednesday Quito a good sized congregation heard him and ho never sa...

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. — 25 October 1894

i ft AW t ante wf It tMW0mMMr f AN W tywifij -ii - niwfim in v vifj EARLY IRONCLAD SUt t Mrwk Thrtmcfc IM Thte idea of protected ships auch as tke modern men-of-war Is by no means a absolutely new one Tills Is proved says tho Western Mall of Cardiff by thojTactthat an armored vessel was constructed though crudely of course as far bak as 1G85 by a shipwright of AntVccftiaurlntf the wars between tho SpaHiardfrmul the Dutch In the sum mer of iri8rMAatverpwafi invaded by the aniarVUijH byhdnd Uftwntor ami tho ptfclHAhtVW iMilt Uio first protected ship on record in an at tempt to break through tho line of bc siogcVs in the river It was a craft of unusiial size with Hat bottom its sides armijd with iroalplktcs faWtcuddJhto great beams of worn When finished the builders thought it a floating castle imiJregimble to the artillery and mls silcsjof thoo days which should crush all opposition ns it contained a great numpcr of men some of whom were pluued like sharpshooters in the tops of th ijm...

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. — 25 October 1894

J if 1 4 J J I A PATRIOTS PbTTICOAT And How It IlelptHl to TrlT Off thn Brit ish boNllrra In a letter to the New1 York Times David S Turner of New Dorp S L says During the war of 1812 when Commodore Hardy attacked Stoning- ton the people there had no military defense except one old cannon which had been used for firing salutes At Groton on the bank of the Thames opposite to New London lived Mrs Bailey in her own house in tho full vigor of womanhood and patriotism for her country who learning of the attack immediately mounted her horse and started for that place tu take part Cfm thQ affray Upoja her arrival there the ilght to prevent the landing of the Hardy force had already commenced in which the old cannon was play- ing a conspicuous part but soon it wnri found that the old gun must be given up for want of cartridges or ma terial to make them It was at this critical moment that Mrs IJailoy ar rived and upon understanding the matter gave instant notice that sho could supply the nee...

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. — 25 October 1894

81 r w ns T X r r t Tfiy WOLFE COUNTY V WT XHHH ICHlS - David Miller in on tlio sick lint with heart trouble 8 H Wilson wft cauvaaelng our die trkt last week W M Tutt pawed hero Saturday en route to Breathitt county J W Conglcton has gone to Louis ville to lay in a supply of goods and It L Miller is filling his position in the store Married on the 18th inst nt the resi dence of Taylor Brewer Miss Clinrity Brewer and John Jlollon G W Tyra v officiating It L llollon and Snrnh Miller A B Torrill and Lou ilatton and Green Hoi- Ion and Rebecca LaV8ouof Holly creek attended tho association on War creek Sunday - - Henry Cundlfi of Breathitt coujity I pawed up Holly on Sunday evening in- quiring for David Miller and as ho went - back he said ho found him sooner than ho wanted to Como again Henry Shanghai Ieo City Local Several candidates wcro hero Thursday to hear Henry Godsey speak W C Ferguson and David Ropo were guests of the Allen houso one day last week Miss Nannie Roso has gone on a v...

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. — 1 November 1894

1 I I A 3 5 i d a U - t SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor TENTH YEAH j 1 i iuiiimiw ij AN APPEAL ionroir To tho Vutorn of tlinTouth GoriVmiMonnl Offico Dcjnocralic Campaign Commit j tco 10th CcivirsihiiiiUitjtritv Winchester Ky OotobFr2J lSM JK As tho election approaches jvq ilesjre to nppeal to tho Demoeritic voters Of tho Tenth district to do their whole duty to the Democratic nominees Keckner and Ccndall Tho battle is on bolwccii the two political parties and this is no time Cor a Democrat to falter Why Should Democracy Pkevail If you will recall tho platform of the Chicago convention on which tho Dem ocrats won their magnificent victory in 1892 nnd then examine tho work of the last congress you will sec that to an ex tent never before known in the history of this country tho pledges made by a political party before the election have been faithfully redeemed after the elec tion Those Pledges Were 1 To repeal tho Sherman act the Re publican measurcwhich was the direct cause of the f...

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. — 1 November 1894

Wb G 1 f a j ujt n IPSNOEX COOPER JEA1TERH V AflD CENTRAL f f n r Editor P HI II Ill n I f KENTUCKY Wtaltk limited for Those Who Will Labor ni Economize Thoquoation of immigration has for yoara boon a field of thought and upon this question tho nations greatest minds aro divided On ono point howovor wo aro agrood that tho slums and rofugoos from foreign countrios should not bo admittod to our shores but thoso of honost toil who seek our country for their bettor men t thoro is a wol como and our lands and resources ahould bo placod beforo tliom in no ovor drawn picture Montgomery county is tho capi tal tho distributing point to and dumping ground for what is known as tiio mountains of JSustorn Ken tucky At least two thirds of our lands aro rich and fertile soil loop with tho capacity of withstanding pirotraotod drouths Tho othor one third while not so rich is mostly productive and con tains much valuable timber and opens up raro possibilities for skilled fruit growers and vinoyards R...

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