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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fcwriwsi y I- iinwAfiiljii ffijjflij iJewttiniiAiig - - - A 3 i fan u - f c1 - E fi 3 VOLUME L 8 Ha -- w i i ZTPT BAlTBiOlffi - GrREEll EX I 1ERALD NUMBER SL 5 HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1885 i 1 1 J J M M I 3- - f f a f ril a s- - ri n as - b m VJ T i How Sinners Can XaJco Money- whole This splendid coal is the first of iB i1Jk a thickness greater than three feetwhichj If the majority of smalT farmers in THE BESTFArrLYEJVSPAPER j would be readied by a railroad after Kentucky did not attempt to cultivate FROM NEAR CAMPTON IN WOLFE tSRUSTWORTIiy INT AUffiniKaP AiNJ and pay taxes npon so much land they crossing Eed river COUNTY Kentucky river the first open- - might find themselves with more time WsOn the EPKOIME OF THE WORLDS cre8lc m iriff of this coal is at the Holland mine and money for securing good orchards xoino VViMVJI HUE CHOICEST GE1IS OF LITER of any j icr sev teiiHr below the mouth of Holly creek The j The demand for fruit in Kentucky alone P N Moore State Geological Survey tliiircfore 10diL THE Si j add AXHRE TnE LATEST AND Theirst coal cf the section the equiv coal is here about three feet in thickness would of a very large sum to the in- 2CeUt i Eastern aciqr the fanners of the state if they alent of coal To 1 of the Greenup coun- Â¬ or a little less Along the river the come J sHmju h re people ly an j- i FULLEST RELIABLE il AR-m mi STl IB 3tjft 4luni by any ty section and of Ohio geological reports thickness varies from three to three and would but devotesome of their attention in-Â¬ to supplying thi3 demand KET REPORTS jkcr MiBy Trjr fee convicceiL As occurs from twenty to fifty feet above one half feet of coal The thickness usually much more Kentucky apples are unknown in the DAY MOSUUXG Onedollar a copy for 12 mouths Ta Eu Â¬ the top of the conglomerate It is first cluding parting is 0MJsina ErowiR as there is commonly a slate parting Louisville markets while in the many rope 51 52 a year Terms invariably cnsli in opened near Campton on Swifts Camp small towns in the State apples are not itHIbVB creek and also on Bear Pen branch of which varies from three to twelveinches rSMRK raav JWkor advance Postage free to all subscribers in Urper Devil creek Its position here This is usually measured with the coal to be had in winter The Elkton Pro iEfeiiV vEi2ixrvsswssiis about twenty five feet above the top hence it is commonlv called four feet gress says We are importing apples tlieTJnitedStates and Canada JtlTEf every year into Todd county from thet Uadttl9r of the conglomerate Its thickness is thick OjMijEpy One TfiiKiyi a XVv 18S5 1SS5 -PREMIUM COPIES - - r Six 3Totlw oo from twenty four to thirty incites It is a At the Hobb3 bank this coal is about northern states when we have the best TO t AIwayH3 44riwtce GETTERS UP OF CLUBS a fat or caking coal of very good quality four hundred feet above the rrver It apple region in north Todd on the face j FOR jjrXo subwaipiio vlli entered upon especially the lower portion of it In Vapidly descends to the southeast until of the continent Think of the thousands oifrljooks 3Uilexs accomiaii5Sii ln thc non- THE BALTDIORE WEEKLY SU2v this respect it differs from the No 1 coal at the Holland bank it is only a little of dollars we could keep at home with ejiiARO Bnljscnption irilISc received for o0 FIVE COPIES further north which is there a typical over three hundred feet aboveylt Jack- Â¬ a little foresight and energy on oui With an extra copy of the Weekly 53 jsFuvEktJSiKGdEivrai s dry burning or furnace coal It is the son it i3 only one hundred feet while cheap and uncleared lands Sun one vear 7 10 0U famous Jackson and Dry SH iTEN COPIES GOO 1 laclu One Hill coal with above this it descends still more rapidly The following new senators were sworn i copy of the Weekly With an extra S 1000 2 which over half of the iron made in until at the mouth of Quicksand creek in on the 4th March u SMe 4 j Sun one year and one copy of the ufMt Ohio is smelted The per centage of sul it is at the level of low water in the river 1uub Jocsph C S Blackburn Kentuckyy WJJ fur larger atlvertisenients made WBHBB 15 00 x knoMTi ou applicdtiou phur present varies considerably but is From this point to the end of the sec- Â¬ Jmes B Eustis Louisiana CiTv Tr 7 With an extra eopy of the AtlrAss Wi AChJ COOFl Kj Dasmnjj to wnd up my business r have usually low It is seen at a number of tion the dip changes and the rocks are Sun one year and one copv of the Wm M Evarts New York jiazei ureen y ob- Â¬ decided to present a splendid watch cut as Sun six months mmmmrimmBmmKammummmmagmmaewmaBmmmr cm places along the river holding an aver- Â¬ horizontal or nearly so From some James K Jones Arkansas j above and as fJDOn A lliLbtiYttfciK as TWENTY COPLES 20 00 age thickness of thirty inches Below servations made above the mouth of niany wluch sell for K00 to each of my V3tli tin extra copv 6fthe Weekly Henry B Payne Ohio s i COUNTY OFFICERS OFLfFF u ho Sun the mouth of Frozen creek near Mr Troublesome creek it seems probable CoOiv AtttriiTv Snira old fneuds and oirstomer3notes wil1 co5e Dailyone rear and one copy of the John Spooner Wisconsin fonvard aml l3a Sun nine months that the coal there dips in the opposite 30 001 Nathan Days is an old mine now fallen TinirfY copies I eland Stanford California jio MZ0 S1- UI IUU direction and that it rises more rapidly i uusi an extra copv ot tnc weeKiy uurtuiauuJu witn in where the coal is said to be thirty six ii1-s Henry M Teller Colorado ness Anurin order thatnll niav be accom Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun than the rise in the level of the river i5herlfr G T Gentc s inches thick in some of the rooms Be-Â¬ Ephraim K Wilson Maryland one year luuuutcu I n uj utmuii the watch price jy This conclusion is based upon an identi- Â¬ The re elected Senators sworn fiVweref ose notes 50 iu lroortion to those low the mouth of Holly creek on the v rT Coroner are less than 2500 This offer is irood until Single Copies by MaiP3 Cents To Europe Aiisessor S3JSmifii June 1st Call on or address 1 Holland place is an exposure where it fication of a coal on Wolf creek which Wm B Allison Iowa M FaHdn 1 rr Snrvvor sufficient strati rv j injiuy j t Vl 52 a vear measured thirty four inches but this in- - is not as yet supported by Jos E Brown Georgia ouniv Snpt PubncBaToolfiiiT Hazel Green Kyir L olnnna o oliln nnrfinfr aF onnril ilirw grap ical evidence to be by any means CoramissioncrjaSaL Kai blaster Wilkinson Call Florida O rTlir cofiict nintUrwl nf rrmcmiHitir mnnnv t certain as the examinations in that re-Â¬ JCSTICS OF in thickness On Frozen creek it is seen jJ Donald Cameron Pennsylvania HOTJSB FiEST Distiuct S P Mtrnflry Vmnes by mail is by- cheek draft or postoffiee Jlt a number of places near the mouth gion liave not yet been detailed The r Wade Hampton South Carolina day tifier 2nd 3bondav Stephen Swangm HAZEL GREEN ICY coal on Wolf creek resembles the No 3 Thurfedayner2nd Mondar usually about twenty eight inches thick John J Ingalls Kansas monev order Sizcoxp DJbTUii r D irC Godsev Friday very closely in physical character and Jmt above this stream it has not been John P Jones Nevada after nd Alonila- A J Lmdon Saturdav 3TOHN H PIERATT PitorEiETOK GO Publisher Address A S ABELL A coal which is chemical constitution as will be seen by en oy the writer Justin S Morrill Vermont iTlIilif DisnucrJ W Ilorton Wcdne Building one is reported on the old the analyses appended It is thicker probaaly this Orville H Piatt Connecticut Sun Iron SSThe table is supplied with the best in lay after 1st Monday W T-- Toniikin Baltimore Md the market and first class accommodation 1 Tuesdav nfter Srd Moiidav Cockrell farm It probably goes under here than it is known to be at any other James L Pugh Alabama ri Fovjitii Distiuct James Spencer Wed ivill be furnished for man and beast THE not far above This coal is an locality belowv It is reported on good Zebulon B Vance North Carolina the river nesday after rd Monday Isaiah Spch0r George G Vest Missouri excellent blacksmith fuel and would authority to be seven feet in thickness COURIER- When visited by the writer the drift Fiftji DlSTiilCT IL CL Elkins JBndav D W Voorhees Indiana doubtless make a firm hard coke Coal FOR 18S5 after 2nd Monday Win Lansaw Saturday j NEAR POSTOFFICE had caved in so that the whole thickB 1 i AitllliiHY illivr JJU IT t An organ of Live Issues Living Ideas and of this quality is rare in this part of the Paducah has a chance to extend itsJh Re- KENTUCKY af-- L EXINGTOIS SaJufdsy Sixth District S S Moral Forces and an enemy of Monopostate as the majority of the coals are of ness could not be seen but satisfactory 1st Mondav A M Svrasmo Tuesdar after ier lies Oligarchism and the Spirit of the soft free burning non coking char-Â¬ evidencc was obtained by measuring dustrial interests by securing the loea IIATES REASONABLE Subsidy as Embodied in rdFridav- FIRST CLASS acter and although this is thin it will some of the timbers which had been cut tion of the Hillman Iron Works which THAT THIEVING TARIFF itftcr 4iti Mondav to support the roof of the drift that the now suffer from a lack of transportation 6H E BOSWELL SONS The Courier Journal is the acknowledged doubtless eventually become valuable CONSTAULiS--l- st DLstiieLjZttehariah Hal- PROPRIETOiW tacilities A removal has heen deter- Â¬ coal is more than six feet teick REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER of the 1 00 uQ ssey 2nd District Jamea Lsicy 3rd District - w T Tn j SOUTH is DEMOCRATIC in Politics and i iHi rara Bailev 4th DlfitricLjA 31 Letrc 5th Below Jackson at Spencers mine this mined upon and the choice lies probaÂ¬ 6 CXjAxIK first last and all the time is for a reduction And Mr lalbutt show something of the uiMnciiainct janKt our ijsirici ueorgecoal with a total thickness of about four bly between Paducah and St Louis of the war taxes aa levied on the people by character of this coal in this region HTii ally 7th District aL Clay Rose Sth DisNo 1 No 2 feet including partings shows a little The owners of the works ask from the Sievers Carson Hardware Tho Weekly CourierJournal Jsh less than three and one half feet of coal city of Paducah a donation of grounds 374 is without a superior in the world as a great Moisture Company The followiiiL iirllie countv officers of family and political newspaper and during Volatile combustible matter 3552 41110 At Cardwells bank near Jackson it is and 25000 in cash pledging themselves T Menifee viz 637 AV 1SLLT2 STREET the year 1SS5 it will strive more zealously Fixed carbon 5264 4922 nearly the same Along the river oppo to erect a rolling mill to cost 200000 J 3L vanarsdcll j Ctouncr Jndge and hopefully than uver for its political faith Ash LOUISVILLE KY 7HS site and above Jackson this coal has giving employment to 500 hands S10 aountv Aus J J Bvrne not neglecting however the infinite variety flirenft ClerkritiS T Hackney A of choice miscellany that causes it to be so mined at many places none of industry so important should not be al-been S A J Rinjjo 1000Q looio Total SlicriiIliSirJ Liv great a favorite in the family circle The which are now opon so that it can be ex lowed to leave the State though a good J X Frisby j return to nowor of the Democratic nnrtv r HAZEL GREEN KY C Lewfs j ve Coroner J 6074 S6I0 amined It is stated that the shale part-- reason may exist why Paducah should will make 1885 a year marked in the history j Coke N A Willis Assesso- rof the ITnited States and no family should j Sulphur 246G 081S ing grows gradually thicker and the coal not increase debt to the extent indicated G W Wheeler Burvevor v be without the Courier Journal who tiesire Specific gravity 133G 100 thinner up stream - This statement is But is there not enough capital in pri Comity Supt Public SchoolsW C Taylor grMakesand repairs all kinds of Farming to keep thoroughly posted on passing events fe Pierce 1 is an average sample by Mr A Master Commissioner No Tools Buggies and Wagons The A eeklv Courier Journal has the Largest corroborated by the following section at vate hands in that city for the needed JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ITorse linAin will receive especial atten- - Democratic Circulation of any Newspaper B Crandall from C M Hankss bink Tal Tta 0MtlBMlki1 Tinnttiltm Until Iventuckians begin a natural exposure of the coal in the investment uuit ij iiuut fc3V4iiinuir uuu iruuiini tlOll in America It you are unacquainted with at Campton Wolfe county JTlltST DISTRICT- - lumer Spencer third it- ask any subscriber to it as to its merits as bank of the river at the mouth of Strav to put more of their own capital into inÂ¬ Monday-- G C 3Iontgonioryirst Wednes No 2 is anaverage sample by the a great family and political newspaper In dustrial enterprises they cannot hopeforr iwir-rtf- point of quality and quantity of interesting writer of coal jrom an opening above branch Second District J T Argo third yr tmucn aia ironi iSortnern capitalists reading matterit leads the newspaper press 1 Coal Thursday T F Frisby first Friday of the United States If money industry Wm Days on ICrozen creek Breathitt Shale parting S i Louisville Commercial 1 Third District - M Adams sucond and enterprise cau keep it so it will contin- county 5 Saturday Ndsou Holland 4th Thursday Coal ue at the head of American journals it Gath crowds a great deal of ill nature COAL xo 2 ForRXir DifcTRlCT Alfred ombs first Shale parting contains each week the most complete An Independent Newspaper of Saturday Samuel Stacv thiraSaturday and untruth into tho following para About seventy live feet above the coal vliill summary of the news of the world and its 2 FiFTii District 6 R Hale sJeond Democratic Principles but not Con- Â¬ editorial columns Henry Watterson just described has been found at a few Shale parting graph As the Arthur administration Frida- - Wm Hughes 4th Friday are always1 able strong and CgnSTABLES 1st Dirtrict Jno L Brooks 1 oal seam which is prob- Â¬ Coal trolled by any Set of Politicians or bright Among the ESPECIAL FEATURES places another goes out dead cats are thrown after ftT O 2ria District J II Kiiulrick 3rd District are Telegraphic Specials from all the leading ably the equivalent of coal No 2 of the Shale parting 1 beraliy Manipulators Devoted to Collect- Â¬ President Aithurs adminil JTBhnson AVliitaker 4th District JTHod points in the United States and Europe SeCoal tration was wise clean and conservacfviE- - 4 er ith District H B Little ing and Publishing all the News of rial and Short Stories by popular and noted Greenup section Like that it is usually IRichard Sjjencer Commissioner of the The total thickness of coal in the He assumed Ms high position in trafuW Talmages Sermons the day after de- thin not having been seen more than the Day in the most Interesting writersin Brooklyn Tabernacle Market ReJPoor livery twenty inches At otherplaces it is less above section is thirty six inches but the davs and throughout the severe ordeal Shape and with the greatest possi- Â¬ ports Fashion Letters Turf and Stock Re- ijmseif Kfce a man and a gentleman ports Answers to Correspondents Depart not more than twelve inches It is not numerous thin bands into which it is di-CHURCH DIRECTORY im- Â¬ ble Promptness Accuracy and aim ieparuneni ior vniuiren bis own dead cat after Hazel Grken 1st Sunday M E South partiality and to the Promotion of ment Ioeiry the Country should be without mined at auy place and consequently viuea ana ine snaie parangs aero ecu Gatn No Home in Tier W L Stamper 2nd Sunday Presbytcno samples were procured for analysis show that at this point during the for the ex rpesident eases his conscience hy II It rian Tier F P Iiukel 3rd Sunday Cliris Democratic Ideas and Policy in the The Courier Journal is best shown on the branches of mation of the coal it was subject to fre- Â¬ imagining that there has been a shower tian Rev D IL Fallen Pravor meetings distinctly represents the non othee holding probably not of them Louisville Commercial I quent fluctuations of level every Wednesday evening at the Christian affairs of Government Society and and non office seeking classes It is a critic Swifts Camp creek above Campton chufcli Thursday evening at Presbyterian I of any great extent but sufficient to COAL no 3 not an organ friendly to those who serve Industry t ehurch American manufacturers of cartridges the country well hostile to those who fail Rates by MaU Postpaid At a distance ranging from one hun- Â¬ nl ipolr tho rrnwth rf tho onal veretntion have received heavy Campton 1st Sunday C iristian Rev J to serve it or serve it ill equally without orders from the En DAY per Year 6 00 allow the deposition of lavers of T Pieratt2ndSuuday L E Soufeli Rev q entangling alliances or selfish expectations dred and forty to one hundred and nine- Â¬ und G Ragnn DAILY per Month It id 50 j other than the confidence and support of ty feet above the conglomerate is found mud which became afterwards hardened giisu anu xuissian governments sT said that if war breaks out the foroign MiVYTOWN 2nd Sunday M E South t SUNDAY per Year the people to whom alone it owes allegi1 00 to make a coal which from its character and poÂ¬ into the clay shale partings ance It will have no compromises Rev W L Stamncn 4th Sunday Christian DAILY and SUNDAY per Year 7 00 These frequent old openings in this factories can not supply a quarter of the with time servers but will keep right on in sition seems to be the equivalent of coal Rev Dl G Comb 1 1 1 1 00 ---WEEKLY per Year nis industry is more prosper the path of duty which it has marked out No 3 of the Greenup coal along the river identify it beyond uemana 1st Sunday Batist Rev AT L Ezel section S for itself regardless of consequences It Address TUB SUN Xetv York City ous in the United States than in Europe Givedon 2ndSunilav Christian ReviD G doubt and also show the rate of dip will fight monopoly whether it rears its horIt is better known than any other coal f Combs rid head inside or outside the Democratic of this region for the reason that it has In character it is usually a distinctly owing to the fact that to turn out a real- Â¬ FiaJNOKBOtG Lst Sunday Christiau will fight intolerance and liberal- Â¬ ly good cartridge Lake Superior copper party It BUY YOUR JRcr D G Combs 2nd M E South Rev D The laminated and dry burning coal with is necessary ism wherever they appear and lias no quar- been most extensively worked G CoiUbs 2nd Sunday M E South Rev Cincinnati Times Star WtA ffi ter to give to or ask from malefaction and mines on the Kentucky river from Holly considerable fibrous coal or mineral char- Â¬ 3 Dougherty 4th Sunday Rev E P Republican Democratic or a malefactorsexplanation of its scope plan and to Quicksand creek are all in this coal coal between the laminae At places The gossips discover that when Cleve Â¬ Ems 2 f3 n m ra E3 fedi KckeL With this Jackson 1st Sunday ProsbvtcriaH Rev purpose we submit the following with the single exception of the entry in portions of it arc bituminous enough to land raised the Bible after taking the aV fB Cooper Srd Sunday M E South 4V OF TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION the No 1 coal already noted On this coke but this is not its general charac- Â¬ oath it was opened to the verses A 10 00 Dailv Courier Journal one year 0 w account also better opportunities for ter Dailv Courier Journal 0 niontus good man showeth favor and lendeth he 3 L QCILLIN J C LYKINS 1 10 Daily Courier- - ournai s months M The amount of sulphur present varies will guide Ms affairs with discretion sampling the coal are given 1 00 Dailv Courier Journal 1 month QUILLLN LY3N From our present knowledge this coal considerably but is usually low as is He shall not be afraid of evil things his 2 00 Sunday Courier Journal 1 year Attoniy atlaw und Ital Estate Agents G months 00 seems to be one of Sunday Courier Journal 1 g the most regular and also the ash while the per centage of neart trusting jn tne WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL CA3GFT025 KY Thp tbrpp nn nli- J fi vod frbrn i hifrh f His heart is established he shall nofc 1 50 trustworthy of any in this region which i One Year with a Premium juitles cxaiHineo taxes paid for 10 1 j Five Copies one year without premi characteristics itjholds all through East- - fications render the coal an excellent be afraid until he see his desire upon his donts Collections a specialty Real Estate um each Â¬ bought and sold on commission Will prae- - Between Race and Vine nemies Boston Herald 74 ern Kentucky as far as we now know it fuel for general purposes and when conSix months without premium tj adjoining counties ticein Wolfe nud the ridge between the Eed and sidered in connection with its Three months without premium Olong CTXPTNN ATI - OHIO E W Howe the Kansas editor wno a rayment mvariaDiy in aavance mg non caking character render it ex- C JjjLJUUSil sSPostage on papers is prepaid by the wKcntucky rivere it is first opened at the Country TbwWfo s head of one branch of Upper Devil tremely probable that the coal would I wrote ttThc Story ofF a Trw T publishers XTri-arr1 ITU Sir ATTOBNEY AT LAW rtI The list of premiums offered in connection creek about four and a half miles from mak 3 a successful furnace fual for the with the Weekly Courier Journal includes a DEALERS IN went to school after the age of sevenC manufacture of iron Hazel Ghezn Ky great variety of useful and attractive arti Campton at the Hobbs bank He has a poor opinion of himself bfitr Will practice in Wolfe and adjoinmg coun cles A circular containing list of premiums The coal here consists of three mem- Â¬ continued next week jfies Collections will receive pronrpt atten copy of the Weekly complete and a sample has heard that his wife speaks ot himj as tion Courier Journal will be sent free of charge bers or divisions separated by thin shale HAZEL GEEEN ICY The independents will remain inde-Â¬ a good fellow and her judgment va partings The following is the section of on application I com- Â¬ -HAZELEIGl A good local agent is desired in every pendent Iu so far as the new adminisÂ¬ great comfort to him JpAEEEESON Keep in stock Sugar Coffee Flour Salt So a liberal cash commission coal at this place da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Oysters munity to whom tration shall be true to the principles Of will be allowed A canvassing outfit is sent Coal Mr Blackburn wound up his caxecjxr S No Traveling Shale parting for which they contend they will sustain 3 I Haccaroni Cheese Crackers Candy Green local agents free of charge AUTORNEYS AT LAWemployed by the Courier-Journtt ana uiacK leas syrup fcoap coal un uas Agents are subscription should ever be givÂ¬ Coal S it Ri oo TrrL oo ill- Anrmr4 z frr fLo priationof 150000 for a public builduigi and no i ior Oil 3Eachine Oil Lard Bacon Patent en to any one unless personally known to Shale parting line of policy whicti Mr Cleveland has srT fe Medicines Wooden- - and Tinware Horse MT STERLET KY subscribor Address 3 heretofore followed they will be separa-the Coal Shoes Nails Tobacco and Cixrars K the Transcript to withdraw it W N HALDEiLAN SWiR keep Fresh Beef Pork and Mut Giving us a total thickness of four feet ted from it Their support will be free Courier Journal Co T T rp A TTT President i ton --Lau U JLiiSiiiJlj JKL i fc tion that Lexington nntStAK in season Louis viHe Ky eleven inches of coal The quality of from subserviency and their cnticism WillTa Tni rnrkrV2nnfifiVn TYfrniYUVri- Sf Everything sold at prices which are TIAZEL CRFTV tH Ithe coal here is excellent as will be destitute of rancor Writh them parties CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST TTHE HAZEL CREEHIHERALD shown further along It is somewhat are instruments not fetiches means j The Boston Traveller thinks- - the note and Ac An Independent Local Newspaper couchBur end And they will continue to which President Cleveland hastrucl JOB PEINTESTG OF ALL KINDS TfcnAw Qi1nrmonf i li rPCAiirnoB sulphurious in appearance but the py not an lnfftrJJirtorlc nnw its Tenders 1i is professional strvices tofhe everywhere and at alL times the too Mrh for the party behind nim Qf note heads bill heads cards c neatly of Eastern Kentucky home news c will rites are in small flakes which hardly choose pie of Wolfe and adjoining counties 1 be mailed to any address ior course it is the key Is way up in Ot on TTfiTftl Ornn T1V Und TrrYit lv rpfntd it this nffifP OffififtrMil iw c An j form an appreciable per centage of the lest Boston Herald v- V VV J W HI 1J nc H V L U nci aiu B pw B Bt FGAKTfflpDLN-GSILVEU-JTHE i maruii wilSiiiiWier oltts the Waterbury1 itt rm jjxjiriiii WlS R2S SUN GEOLOGY OF SECTION Em KX1 7iirewr JW -- i itis SPEKCE - OOPER - - T I f m -- y -- - iar 4 - i SS-Hates -- 1 tb S3 aZZIZZr11a i a10no - j -- 1 Z4 -- - crjiils - f iPIESATT - j - -- -- ASHLAND HOUSE r JOURNAL -- - - Â¬ j H jhw fnw wnZZ3 -- CadUKr 1 JaiIeiiLS j T PIERATT 1 I BLACKSMITH I -- - 1 1- SbflSKStm Â¬ editor- -in-chief Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ I flig i Srt i ---- --- Â¬ 1 fTTT j - Â¬ I BB AH t Â¬ j Tt - liiiiiDiiiiiaiiyii W PearS St f UipaphraoiinVnii j j non-res- i- dry-bur- n- MM r WW j CASKET PIERATT J 1 Â¬ Family Groceries -- -- ir - I al - - u Xj wtrl j tnysician surgeon i 2 V 5 - tt ie mCUiiiirUUTWj -- - i 4r- j-- fv - - J V K 5vAfai - -Z li K - i i m - i JBMlfSlPPflFil sf rgjj A J V- THE HEBALD Si JThe s itt - - wcmhtjwjii nrntiriiniiwBatM THE KENTUCKYDELEGAT10N TVfeat They safest way to transmit monev by of the Kentucky delegation called il is by registeredJeiier post office mon in a body on the president to day and ep orier or draft on Cincinnati Money sent in this wyrili be at our risk later on the different members of the cab-Â¬ Per Annum Always In Advance tire Doiag in TYashington 3 Washington lilarch Special to the Courier Journal unwise nappy useallow pandles while Gas is at hand You would if- j1ou can t afford to shut your eyes to the advent of any n4w discoyerv A WORD TO THE LADIES - or invention that will make life easier or Tork ocr ipteqmat- - YLrvmi e vmMio be unwise to ride in a stage coach while Steam Engia aad Padaoe Cr await your flsimmvtl X ilr you neglect to secure THE INEW AUTOMATIC WHITE SEWING MACHINE 500000 White Sewing Machine k oLmimomijmmHcn wr 7s SPENCER OOOPEE inet At 130 oclock thev met at the Editor capital and after lunching together as the guests of Mr Beck they met in the - -- W Ifr W ar r PS V Jr I t r rte V JHfcV - i r- Si a Mr Robertson objected to the resolu-Â¬ back the development of the mountain district of Eastern Kentucky is the lawÂ¬ tion and declared that even should it be lessness existing and utter disregard of adopted he would not be bound by it life and property by a number of des He would not vote to re3t the fate of any peradoes Jiving in that region With the friend of his with the majority but extermination of the Underwood gang it was thought that lawlessness had been would use his own best endeavors for checked bnt the many murders and vio-Â¬ hira and by any aid he could command lations of law that have taken place in win if he could the past six months show that the spirit Expressions from theother members of deviltry is still rife Under this state of affairs it is not possible to enlist either followed At the close Mr Robertson foreign or home capital in the develop- Â¬ offered a substitute for the resolution ment of the wonderful resources of that declaring it inexpedient for the delega- Â¬ region and the sooner the law abiding tion to take any action at all The sub- Â¬ people succeed in gaining the mastery stitute Avas carried by a vote of five to over the criminal classes the sooner will Messrs Robertson they reap the benefit of capital that men four Blackburn of wealth are only too anxious to invest Halsell McCrearyand Laffoon voted for if they were jniaranteed immunitv from and Messrs Carlisle Stone Taulbee and the depredations of that lawlesl class Mr Beck who are now the curse of the mountain Willis against the substitute was in the chair but did not vote country Clark County Democrat Yea verily but why not use a new Messrs Breckinridge and Wolford are broom on the blue grass country and not in town sweep that clean before undertaking to It is understood that another meeting raise the dust in the mountains We will be held in a few days and still an- Â¬ cordially invite comparison a3 to crimi- Â¬ other effort made to secure united action nal records population considered at on the part of the delegation The first commission of consequence to any time and if the record should prove us to be worse than the country of fair expire in Kentuckyis that of the district J6WE ARE ANXIOUS TO HAVE A GOOD ACTIVE PERSON IN EV-Â¬ women and line horses we will use our attorney and the candidates for the ERY TOWN TO REPRESENT US efforts through The Herald humble place were consequently very much in-Â¬ though they be to wipe out the stain terested in the result of to days meeting Office in the Mammoth Reese BuilSihg But as long as we read of the crime The status of the whole delegation is not MT STERLING KY committed in enlightened bluegrassdom known but Mr Willis favors Mr Flem- Â¬ A few Extra Canvasser wanted who can Come Well Kecommended3 where wealth education and a higher ing and Mr Robertson Judge Wvek moral and religious training should have Jiffe STATE NEWS GENERAL NEWS the efleet to blot it out we cannot have Snooting of Col Z T Young reproach heaped upon our people without The police of Louisville last Saturday J4- - Blaine called on and had a private conSentinel Democrat March 11 entering our solemn protest The crimi-Â¬ Last Saturday about 3 p m as Col Z closed every gambling den in that city pversation with President Cleveland last nal record is bad enough all over the The exposition at Louisville will open Friday evening T Young a prominent lawyer of More state God knows and yet we do not see close Octo- Â¬ The latest news from Washington indi- Â¬ head was returning home from Elliotts this year on August 15th and that it is much worse than in some of ville a village 8 miles cates that removals from office will be ber 14th ea3t of Morehead our sister states further north We have The trial of Sam Clay for cutting Miss slow Let Democrats hold their peace he was shot by some cowardly qur in am- Â¬ some bad men to be sure pray tell us of bush It was snowing very hard and Oldham near Mt Sterling last fall is in time will right all things Winchester some section without them but anvone O Democrat Col Young had his hat pulled down over progress at wings villa i i n ro Qhe capitalist or cart driver will enjoy President Cleveland announces that he Ins eyes as a protection against the snowxjK immunity from all danger here if his will not be governed in his selection of and was riding leisure i v never dreaming3 preaching for a long Ttime in Londoni purposes are pure and honest and he that a cowardly assassin who had not jingiana nas gone ro inaia taKing ins men for office by petitions This should obeys the eleventh commandment be comforting toj those who have secured at- Â¬ the nerve to face him was seeking to family with him to your own business and let other tend Woodford county last Saturday voted so many autographs take his life unawares The keen crack peoples alone After June 30 a two cent stamp will car-Visit the mountains and of a 44 calibre pistol the sting of the on the proposition to give 50000 for a you will find the citizens as Mid wav to Lawrencebur2ly an ounce instead of a half ounce letter d bullet in Col Youngs right shoulder railroad from through Versailles and as hospitable as any people you rThose who try it before that time will awoke him to a realization of his dan- Â¬ ever came in contact with Not every Thuias Shelbv a Favette couutv farm- - cause those to whom they write to pay ger He attempted to draw his pistol half of their postage man in the mountains carries an arsenal but his shoulder was so lamed by the er is making a fight for the Collectorship around him by a large majority In Secretary Manning has reduced the shot that he could not reach it He then of this Internal Revenue District with fact we doubt if half the number of pis- put spurs to his horse good chances of winning He is related number of special treasury agents where Â¬ and ran to More tols are carried in the mountains as may by it is expected that a saving of 40 haid a distance of three miles and as by marriage to Secretary Manning to day be found on the person of citizens The Louisville Democrat says a1 state 000 annually will be effected The ser- Â¬ he ran another shot was fired at him in your own locality It is not in a but without effect He says he saw two that maintains a systembf publicSfchools vice of fort persons in various parts of blooded the country has been dispensed with spirit of controversy that we write this men but could not recognize either The in log mouse traps and puts its but that we may be represented as we wound though very stock iuto fine barns either never has The first official act of President Cleve painful is not con- Â¬ are Here peace reigns supreme Not been on the highway cf civilization- or land was the nomination of his cabinet sidered dangerous a quarrel of even the most trivial kind else has run off the track and is on the blis sccond to affix his stature to the Clevelands Cnoinot has disturbed the smooth waters of our wav to degradation and ruin commission TJ S Grant as an officer on wonted equilibrium for inontlis We The following are the most able men Kentucky exhibits at the New Orleans the retired list of the army with the rank do not lock our doors at night against perhaps that Cleveland could have cho- Â¬ exposition the thickest veins of coal of general - the sneak thief and the burglar for we sen as his counselors for the next four known in the world The exhibit em- Â¬ We have no complaint to make of the know them not In short the mountain years and the slate shows what we have braces all kinds and qualities of our organization of the cabinet on the con- section is not half so bad as some news- Â¬ all along maintained that he will be the coals One hundred and forty six varie-Â¬ trary it suits us admirably Bayard papers would make it and when they president of the people and of the party ties of marble and one hundred varieties Lamar Garland Yilas and Manning we publish such items as the above they do Secretarv of State Thomas F Bavard of hard wood are also shown from our know to be excellent menand we believe us an- - injustice and injury they wot not of Delaware state Beatyville Enterprise Jutlge Endicott and Mr Whitney to be of Therefore newspapers in other sec- Â¬ Secretary of the Treasury Daniel Work on the branch peniteniary at Ed equally so Yeoman tions will please investigate matters at Manning of New York dyville in Lyon county is progressing Gen Jas C Black of Illinois was the home before flinging stones at us And Secretary of War William Endicott favorably There are about 150 men at first man appointed under the new ad- Â¬ that they may think twice before they of Massachusetts work on it and the foundations are near-Â¬ ministration He was made the head open their bazoo we beg them to read Secretary of the Navy William G ly completed It will be so built as to of the pension bureau without even so-Â¬ the following admonitions Whitney of New York accommodate about 430 prisoners Ar liciting the place while twenty appli- Â¬ Judgcuot that ve be not judged Secretary of the Literior L Q G La-Â¬ rangemenas will be such that more cells cants for the posiion were in Washing- Â¬ And wKy beh oldest thou the jnote that is in thy brothers eye but considerest not the mar of Mississippi can be put in at small cost if necessary ton with petitions twenty feet long beam that is in thine own eye Postmaster General William F Vi- Â¬ making room for 860 convicts It will First blood for non petitioners - Or how wilt thou say to thy brother Let mc pull out the mote out of thine eye and las of Wisconsin probably be completed by next October A planter in Summerville Ga exper- Â¬ Attorney General A H Garland of Sehold a beam is in thine own eve Matt if evervthing is favorable imented successfully with tohacco last Arkansas The first coal ever taken out of the year He cleared about ten acres of Dr N W Tiieacy the great temper- Â¬ Tlic Small Advertisement mountains to market was by Wiseman dense oak forest and made such a good ance lecturer who recently accomplished Because a merchant cannot afford to and Barnett about SO years ago It was yield that it paid expenses of clearing so much good for the cause of temper insert a half column advertisement in a taken from south drift coal near where up the land its culture and more than ince in Nicholas county i3 now trying newspaper is no reason why he should Jackson in Breathitt now stands Jer-Â¬ the amount of net profits realized from his persuasive powers on the people of not advertise All heavv advertisers be emiah Lovelace and Nathan Gibbs took the production of cotton in middle or Mt Sterling It is to be hoped that he gan with small announcements The the second boat from that place selling southwestern Georgia It is believed may there also do much good If he can great merchant princes like A T Stew- Â¬ it to Miner Hart at Clays ferry The says a southern paper that tobacco cul- Â¬ but demonstrate to the young men of art spent at the beginning only small coal was carried out and measured in a ture in portions of northeastern Georgia to day that It is as hard to tell where sums each year a certain per cent of tub and grape vines used for cables will become universal in a few years moderate drinking ends and drunkenness their income It is a mistake to sup Â¬ Beatyville Enterprise both because of the adaptation of the 1 oegms as it is to ten wnere a pig ceases pose small advertisements are not seen soil to its successful growth and the prof-Â¬ The Licking Valley Scorcher f ter a to he a pig and becomes a hog he will They are not only seen but as a rule its to be derived therefrom have accomplished much and may save read by all who see them because their rest of a year or more has again resumed them tears sorrow and ruin later on in contents can be taken at a glance Mer- Â¬ publication and is quite a handsome five Sirs Jennie Mickel whose illness we column folio It is edited by Col J T life mentioned in last weeks issue we are chants who do not advertiseshould try Ctaude S Hazelrigg and scintillations glad to state is rapidly improving the experiment especially in the dull sea- Â¬ The race for legislative honors in this son The public will not seek a business from its senior here and there appear county is practically at an end and we Born To the wife of Fred Day of man He must interest the public and throughout its columns Success to you believe that the nomination of Mr God Bros Hazelrigg and may no fiddler ever this place on the 17th inst a son Stone make it seek him eey as representative from this legisla dare to play Good bye Lizy Jane under wail Jackson tive district is conceded by all Mr Directors of Cincinnati Southeastern vour bay window Godsey is a gentleman of more than or- Â¬ Railway Chas Miller president Frank Â¬ J T F Day of thi3 place had a The mail carrier from Caraptori in bunch of forty No 1 mountain cattle on dinary intellect understands the laws of lin Pa E H Sibley paymaster Frankthe land pretty well has a retentive lin Pa John V Patton general mana- Â¬ this count- to Jackson in Broathitt a the Mt Sterling market Monday memory and is well posted on affairs of ger Emlenton Pa W M Sibley su- Â¬ distance of twenty fivemiles is past 60 HE HAZEL CREENHERALD the Stata On the whole D S Godsey perintendent and conductor Flemings years of age He walHs every day is will do honor to the district composed of burg Ky N S Dudley general ticket never behind with the mail and invaria-Â¬ AX ISDEPEXDEXT LOCAL NEWSPAPER i i Montgomery Menifee Powell and Wolfe and freight agent Flemingsburg Ky bly dances a jig at the terminus of his Devotedto the development of the resources and Hs constituents may feel that they Robert J Samuel general land agent route after delivering the mail He goes of Eastern Kentuckv home news Scc vrill be mailed to any address for 100 CASH to Jackson one day and back the next do themselves honor in honoring him Hazel Green Ky SWEEP AT HOME FIRST BROTHER consideration One thing that has tended to keep senate finance committee room and dis- Â¬ cussed the question of federal patronage WEDNESDAY AtARCH 18 1S85 of Kentucky Mr Beck presided Mr Willis offered the following resolution AJfXOEXCEMEXTS and urged its adoption We are authorized to announce D S Resolved That the Kentucky delega-Â¬ GODSEY as a candidate for the legisla Â¬ tion will from time to time as vacancies ture subject to action o the democratic occur recommend by a majority vote ap- Â¬ party plicants for the various federal offices m the State and that in such recommenda-Â¬ tion due regard be had to geographical HAZEL GREEN KY rfp - - PJL REESE general Manager For Lexington and Vicinity address BL rNu3rxELiAa75 MalnStree For West Liberty and Vicinity address I M Casetty For Sandy Hook and Vicinity address Ml M Redwxse For Maysville and Flemingsburg and vicinity address Z J Pttpiyp FIeiaif For OHyc Hill and Vicinity address I Peltry Esq Jameson Ky i Pi - j R TUGGLE WITH AMCEL McKEE J T G ATHRSGHT Manufacturers of CO ATTORNEY AT LAW No 44Iij Jefferson Street 1 LOUISVILLE KY i5iBracuces in all the State Courts sn of pz xot j Saddles Harness 654 and 656 W Main c fpMtS TR J Courts Street M SASH - LOUISVILLE KY T PHYSICIAN AND SLIRGEON - 5liSce our Styles ana get our Prices tfe-- Tenders Ms professional sezyfees to the iore buying olfe- nml adjoining counties Catalogue and Price List sent on anplica- - lzens of at rcsuleneetoas Uroawav Ofmee tion HAZEL GREESI KY warm-hearte- TjP 163 Tine Street Cincinnati Qhi ALLISON k SMITH The type on which this paper is printed is from the above foundry Editor Herald YP E 3EjEtABriXtXar A PORTER LAOEY ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER DEPOSITIONS HAZEL GREEN KY J The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KING centage of iron than any other water known hence it is the most valuable in the cure of disease used internallr or externally Aiuoug the many diseases which flesh is heir to and for winch this wonderful water is kiiown to be a positive and permanent cure ace the following P BOCxESS wrrii - Louis Stix Third Race and Co importers and jobbers oy of a mile from the beautiful town of Hazel Green Tho water contains a larger per These springs are located three quarters Dry Goods and Notions QXIOK ST2EET CINCINNATI O LEON MABXS CO vil34 timonials which have been tendered as to the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois says I think the S Y water of Swango Springs did me more good than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I will ceriamlv be with vou again next spring References R T Smith J G Trimble P L Keese Mt Sterling Kt F 31 Ilinkle Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Liek Ely CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN DISEASES SCROFULA CA- TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NER-Â¬ C VOUSNESS We append a few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ Ciothin AND CLOTH HOUSE cor PEARL AND YTNE STREETS CINCINNATI O B B BOBEETS wmt A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board HARRISON SWANGO c address Or this oSce Haiel Green Ky r11 JOHN KEEF DEALER IX Carter Erosi Oo5 Dry Goods and Notions James G Carter DA Forlihe Jo C Bethel J G Carter Jr FINE HORSES 3I0UNT STERLING KY 4 John A Carter 1 I J 729 731 and 733 XALN STREET I LOUISVILLE KY COAGHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE- Â¬ CIALTY E YOTJNG Wholesale and Retail Â¬ f Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati or Louisville can leave their horses witk me and rest assured that they will receive everv attention be watered ied groosaed and bedded Soliciting your custom I reÂ¬ Yours truly main JOHN KEEF jr GROCER ASD DlLVliat IX JOB note heads bill heads cards c neftuy and promptly executed at this office PRINTING OF ALL KINDS as envelopes letter heads tags Wines and Liquors LEXINGTON XY tCask pId ftr comicTpr94ee f eit HA t ST 7 - - r j - i- - tr STjt S3 SSs5P1w a r i J THE HERALD A T 3T AN EGGSACt OCCURRENCE OGRBESEOlDEIGE EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY SLOG Per Annum Always fo Advance Yub Hut UcToori Kffs Thirty-eigt-Ke- n RadPrepofves TmmediateljVf JEat Oat ter to a Hotel oaa 25et COUNTIES place happened in the store of Swango f r AllEolntB in tlie Mountains wi JfirWe rat a correspondent in very Bro of our town and being asked how predict iii the eouBties of Wolfe Mor any eggs he could sat replied that he Wolfe County cm Bwtiutt Heaifee Maeoa PowÂ¬ Fcould eat all the crowd would buy One CAXPTOX ell JEHiott Estill Perrr aa JPIoyd In of Work is rapidly progressing on the citizens thereupon do at eYy peiat ia the jountain nated acharitable scarcely served to court house and when- - comnleted we dozen which Wrrte for terns to gm kc wake a beginning A lawyer standing will have a handsome temple oSjustice by antied another dozen and still the deÂ¬ V Jt Uuli nas sola ins nouse ana lot exceeded the Kupply Citizen jNo in uampion to xjt a uongiewm lorauu mand Kentucky ft SoWth Atlantic 1 thought he saw a chance for u bluff C W Howe and JE T Eeis of Mt ay and chipped in another ten andttwo Stxda l utes slower than Mt While the last munificent offering was Sterling were in town on the 9th inst drumming for their respective houses No llYeJtt Wklliner i 7 a JE- - arriving rapidly disappearing a wag standing by fit J V Hargis of Jackson was in town THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Ws-a- at3W surreptitiously slipped in two more makÂ¬ jo 2kav t ja- arrives at ing a grand total of thirty eight devourÂ¬ on tne lutn mst MtSte asmmmxQ x What the Press of the State Think of It D S Godsey was in town on the 11th at lr40 p m ar-- ed by the eater who longingly looked Ac 3 are The Hazel Green Herald 1 320 pm for more but the supply was exhausted inst looking after his legislative inter- Â¬ 3fay it long live and ilourish j45 p in arrives JSeJea fcSO p in i jMt flh Growing in power and pluck as the Turning to the lawyer this elephantic ests No 2seeisa4 a with rl0o W B Banister of W Yawas here Years of Mountain wealth grow apace C O rail war eater then proposed to cross the street to m lr7 p at fand Louisville the Pieratt House and eat a hearty sup-Â¬ in the interest of a large coal company of And the Day Star of Kight ascendeth lor ixixirti 1 Ijocal Ed Three Forks Enterprise with 1105 a N3onBietet O fnm ike East and 136 per to consist of not less than two cups his state looking for coal land c w trsia on C W E Damon of Carlisle Ky was Licking Valley Scorcher The initial pTii train from JxxiimStnd Cincinnati of coffee two glasses of milk and meat 4auMHatoinery euafriurt day special bread butter c in proportion if any here on the 13th inst looking out a loca- Â¬ number of The Hazel Green- Herald leaves Hotlfsrell wi dw 3rdlonday in eacli jonth t7JH a m- - Arriviagit Mt Sterling one Aould pay the bill It is needless tion for saw mills He was in the inter- Â¬ came to us as bright and sparkling as a jct a dew drop It is a nice newsy llowmwg krerMt Sterling at to say that the lawyer refused as he did est of an Indiana company at 430 p m 3p arriru t Jtkrell folio and well deserves a liberal Leaves Hftfiwetl Jit Sterling at 5 p in not care to be an accessory to the mans Almost daily men are here prospecting GEO JL J03tPER SupL death The next day the man came in in the interest of coal and lumber com- Â¬ support town apparently none the worse for his panies and if the Ivy Union E E was Clark County Democrat We are in eggperience of the previous night and only built to this place soon our county receipt of the first number of The Her Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY 4HTAKCH 18USS5 our munificent friends were exceedingly WEDNESDAY would swarm with capitalists and indus- Â¬ ald a bright clean and newsy sheet chary of their charity towards him ever try Then we would have a market for published at Hazel Green Wolfe eounty after Affidavits as to the authenticity our coal and timber which is at present It is non political and willHbe devoted C KOTICE THE SJEXATJD U seat eutthls week to a of this oer true tale may be obtained worthless to us All persons who have entirely to the interests dfthe moun- Â¬ perswHsas a sample Kber f sample feecaase ire copy by any doubting Closes on application come here to look at our coal and mag- tains Xt have lair Moiuiy Never judge thecapacity of nificent forests of timber express them- Â¬ fejreverytklRfrtB de furnish tke copy set Courier Journal Spencer Cooper has ikeiype hS print It If you a mans stowaway by the size of his selves as well pleased with them but the begun the publication of The Herald nend ONK DOIXAlt and ycwMme mouth lack of transportation prevents them at Hazel Green Wolfe county It will be an exponent of mountain interests from investing LOCAL UEWS Wanted A Stage Line to Rotlnvcll Our people fully appreciate the impor- Â¬ non political and a business enterprise An effort is being made to establish a Sfethe adYertuencntgrf 5 E Erite first class daily stage line between Hazel tance of having the K U E E built purely It has a good showing in the ad- Â¬ VI m ourpaper to day Green and Eothwell the terminus of the through cur county though Col Young vertisements a Capital Mr Spencer Coopers new pasays in his article last week Some of Mrs W T Cakey v hoTiasbeentpiite Kentucky and South Atlantic railway 511 for isoipctime we are sorry to state is one coach to leave Hazel Green in time them seem indisposed to even take steps per The Hazel Greex Herald has to connect with afternoon train for Mt for the county to pay for the right of begun It eschews party politics and is not improving much Sterling and the other to leave Eothwell way through its borders There is no for developing the immense resources of ICiV Miss ItosaLee Cash the accomplished after arrival of morning train from Mt necessity for the county paying for the its section The people of Wolfe will ti0V daughter of Dr J M Kash of Hazel Sterling for Hazel Green The estabÂ¬ right of way as every person owning find no agency in aiding progress so eff- Â¬ Green is critically ill with pneumonia lishment of such a line would be highly land en the proposed line with whom I icient as a wide awake paper and this Mr Cooper seems likely to give them Jimmie Underwood who has bcenl appreciated by the multitude which an- Â¬ have talked will cheerfully give them Carlisle Mercury The first number of confined to his bed with illness forjsome nually visit Hazel Green and it would the right of way through lands If there two weeks we are happy to state is im be liberally patronized by merchants and is any one who will not give the right of Spencer Coopers new paper The Hazel others of Hazel Green May town Pom way I think our peojle will by subscrip- Â¬ Green Herald published at Hazel proving rapidly royton Harriba and Frenchburg imme- Â¬ tion raise sufficient money to buy it so Green Wolfe county has reached us His manv friends will be pained to diately on the line to say nothing of the do not let the right of wav deter you in and shows up like a sure winner It will JC 8t learn that Juge John Evans offour town immense traffic passenger express and your good work colonel but give us the do much to bring out the great wealth is confined to his bed withjarsevere at light freight it would secure from the Kentucky Union right speedily and advantages of Wolfe and adjoining f rtack of pneumonia Â¬ country above us and the adjacent counJ W South of Breathitt was here on counties and we hope it will be liberally Â¬ try along its route A six passenger Con- the 10th inst enroute to Frankfort Ky supported Siould our paper fall in the hands of cord coach with two horses can be run Three Forks Enterprise The initial G B Tyler started to Virginia on the any one suffering with rheumatism neu for nine months in the year and with 14th on business This leaves Prof A number of The Hazel Green Herald ralgea or nervousness they should come the roads kept in good condition which F Byrd alone in charge of the Campton is before us We are well pleased with to Swango Springsand cure themselves fiie county judges propose to do the same high school it in every respect but chiefly with the coach can be run during winter with four Morgan County The Coital pfJBJrankfort has not been splendid platform of principles set forth MAYTOWX horses The owner of the line could se- Â¬ received at this office for two weeks in right brave words in its salutatory Col L 31 Day is in town cure an agency for the Adams express We had thepleasureof seeing one how- Â¬ We are with you Bro Herald as far Charley Howe passed through town as in us lies in all things tending to aid company and the mail contract Who ever which came to Hon W H Taulbee will undertake it To be a success it one day last week of our place and elevate our section our state and Floyd Day of your place was in our our country must be managed by men of experience What is the matter with our corres-Â¬ and we therefore nominate T H Irvine town Friday Sentinel Democrat The first number pondents at Eothwell Frozen and Bous Lord Britton of Spradling was here Co of Lexington Ky as the most of The Hazel Green Herald was is-Â¬ seau We would like to have all points likely to render perfect satisfaction last week on business sued on March 4th and flies the inde represented Gfentlemen send us the Thomas F Stamper of Laurel creek pendent flag promising to look after all news please The Snooting of Adanis by Vauhant has been visiting his brother Eev W L office holders and expose their wrong do- Â¬ Mr Jaseph Amyx of our county was Stamper J Taylor Day of this place is having ings if any exist It starts off with V a handsome vard fence built around his in to see ns on Friday last and as he Married On the 8th inst Joe Lane plenty of local news and items from r ItK dwelling on Main street which when was in Crackers Neck Elliott county Ward and Miss Bettie Maxey of Morgan neighboring towns The price is too low Jfcjr I completed will greatly enhance the beau Â¬ on the 10th inst was conversant with county Eev John F Wilson officiating only 100 per annum Mr Cooper we the killing of Adams by Jonas Vausant ty of his property rip The Maytown mill company report believe will give the people more than He informs us that Adams had been iVork will be resumed on the dwelling hounding Vansant all during the day business lively in their line They are the worth of their money and we hope the peeple will stand by him Success of Hon W O Hke of tliis place at an and threatening him bodilv harm Van now prepared to do first class work to The Herald Married On the 12th inst Logan early day when it will be pushed to com- Â¬ sant avoided a difficulty by keeping away pletion He hopes to have it ready to from him but late that afternoon suppos- Â¬ Murphy son of Eev Isaac Murpy of Personal Paragraphs occupy by the first of May ing Adams had left the village he went Grassy to Miss Emma E Lockhart the Mrs W T Swango of Lacy creek is to make some purchases accomplished daughter of Elijah Lock visiting in town into a grocery Our correspondents will please fonvard before going home when Adams who hart of Pine Grove Rev W L Stam- Â¬ J JJ7 Vaughn of Campton has gone their communications as early as Friday was The high contracting to Mt Sterling on business armed with a double per officiating in the store of each week and should anything of barreled shot gun stepped forward and parties have our best wishes for success Hon W O ftlize of Hazel Green is r importance occur subsequently it may presented the gun to lire Vansant how- Â¬ in life attending circuit court at Frenchburg be added by dropping a note to us seeing Ids danger quickly seized the W Childers of Long Branch is ever J Mrs Thos Cox and son of Blackwater muzzle and threw it up with his left feeding 20 head of nice smooth young are visiting relatives and friends in our With the establishment of a stage line from here to Eothwell not less than five hand and with his Ticht fired his re vol cattle near Maytown He is an old deal- Â¬ town thousand persons would attend Swango ver the ball striking Adams just between er in stock and never handles any but J C Lykins and J M Quillin of Springs annually and Hazel Green could the eves Vansant immediately surren the best Campton are attending the Menifee cir- Â¬ scarcely accommodate the travelling pub Â¬ dered to the authorities and his trial was Prof N B Hayes of Hazel Green cuit court set for Saturday last Many of our sub- Â¬ wrill deliver a lecture at this place on lic Xet us have a line by all means Hon E M Pieratt and wife of Ezel and that right speedily scribers remember Mr Vansant as a hard Saturday night before the third Sunday are visiting Hazel Green the guests of working sober discreet young man as he in April on The Growth of the United Dr F M Thomas Anyone desiring to take The Hebjlld has worked at his trade in our county Prof Hayes is one of Ken- Â¬ States Wm Hazelrigg of West Liberty paid who lias not done so because they have tuckys most gifted sons and a rare treat our town a flying vtsit on Saturday re- Â¬ M not the one dollar to spare can pay us Enterprise Commendable awaits the people of Maytown turning home Sunday in eggs butter chickens lard ham meat The ladies of this town prominent Misses Lulu Phillips and Willie Ladd Hello Maytown claims to be the corn c We will take a dollars worth among whom are Mrs Judge Swango peer of any town in this portion of Ken- Â¬ of West Libert are visiting in Hazel of anything we can make use of for one and Prof Hayess estimable wife deserve tucky in some respects The enterpris- Â¬ Green guests of the Day House years subscription to our paper great credit for Hie enterprise they have ing E A Childers of this place has just Esq who v Taylor Whaley to relatives has been on Damon representing the Eich manifested in having a sidewalk erected put up a telephone line from his place of aprotracted visit and friends WE E- mond City mill works of Eichmond from the Christian church on High street business to May Swangos store It at Cynthiana returned to Hazel Green Ind was in toW one day last week in to Main It makes the pedestrians heart works like a charm He will put up tel-Â¬ last Saturday much pleased with his so-Â¬ the interest of his firm Mr Damon is palpitate with joy to thus be lifted out ephones from May Swangos store to journ among the blue grass belles one of the most affable commercial tour-Â¬ of the slough of despond as it were and the mill to Eev W L Stampers office Mrs Timminss lecture ists on the road and did us proud by sub Â¬ we hope these good ladies will not weary and to W T Days He is the author-Â¬ KMrs Eebecca P Tunmins of fcpruce m in well doing but persist in their efforts ized agent for this part of Eastern Ken- Â¬ nir r lc niMintir i11 rlTOca tno TiorrlA scribing for three copies of our paper together with other fair ones of beautiful tucky and is prepared to put up tele- Â¬ of our town on her mining prospects in The Kentucky and South Atlantic rail Â¬ Hazel Green until a sidewalk shall adorn phones on short notice and at reasonable Wolfe county on Wednesday 25th inst way commenced running two trains a day evcrv street in the town prices She proposes to explain and prove that from Mt Sterling to Eothwell and re- Â¬ Administratrix Sale The people of Maytown talk of putting she has made developments sufficient to n turn on the 16th inst and the superin-building in the prove to any reasonable person that she fAnr1n fr 5w T TTottt wrifia lie The sale of the personalty of the late up a two story school WH be made on 1C Prem near future and employing a competent is on the threshold of a lode of valuable that thev wiU be mn mmlarilv throu l ot Cedent on next Saturday teacher to mn a high school This is a mineral carrying silver in paying quan- Â¬ out the year See time card in this issue the 21st inst by Sirs Lourana Lindon move in the right direction Let Prof tities She invites an interview and of our paper says she will explain to a committee as administratrix The property to be Hayess pupils make a note of this in prospecting J E Tuggle representing the saddle disposed of consists of 1 horse 4 mules The Hazel Gheex Herald is meet-Â¬ how she became engaged is needed to be imd harness manufactory of J T Gath S cows 4 two year old steers 2 yoke of ing the expectations of its most sanguine what she has done what righiCo of Louisville spent Sunday oxen 6 neifers 25 stock liogs 26 sheep friends Long may it live to bless the done at present c She will convince and Monday in our town in the interest 300 bushels of corn hay fodder c people df the mountains by its weekly the most skeptical that she has a bona fide and profitable enterprise for the pro-Â¬ of his firm Mr T is a lire business and will be conducted by the indefati visits Duster gressive development of the county The CANEY man tnd is a prize to any firm who may ble John H Pieratt as auctioneer For The little town of Walnut Grove is lecture will be given at Masonic hall at liave his services judging from the busi Â¬ further particulars see bills which were enjoying quite a lively boom in the way 7 oclock next Wednesday evening printed at this office ness lie did for his Jiouse while here A young man who once lived near this lieported by Special Correspondents from it or y - Several new housesjare he-ing erectea ana several more are m con- Â¬ templation Co will shortly move G B Lykens their new steam saw mill here which will be quite an addition to the business of our village J M and Logan Patton will shortly move from here to Magoffin county to make it their future home MarriedOn the 3rd inst Wr J Wil- Â¬ liams to Miss Nance C Conley The con tracting parties stand high in society and we wish them a happy and prosper- Â¬ ous journey through life News is scarce but I hope to be able to write more next time Lex of progress HANLY JUDY H MT STEKLING KYr Have moved to their Large New House on May sville street andhave added largely to their stock of Hardware Queensware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels c Which they are selling at Sock Bottom Prices Call and see them in their new quarters A full stock of Wagons Buggies Rockaways c - HANLY JUDY -- riut i ADAM A BAUM In Mttdig - Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of LUUUi UJ Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they canjbe bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go 1X1 N II THIMBLE HOBT 3L TRIABLE -- six-colu- ir l r n lo 1 4 a E lrf iipt Â¬ wat-it-Jio-v-ftvi- -- p TRIMBLE BROS 5- S- Â¬ WHOLESALE GROCERS r AND DEALERS IX Jk Mr -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED IN 1845 n n 1 The Leading Insurance Agency OF MT STERLING KY Toval Assets of Agency 143848780 80 1885 -- t83G Liverpool and London Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 1849 00 1S63 S3 1869 t and Globe of England 36875000 Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British tile of England 33301000 1794 Ins Co of North America 97169G of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 17S2 Phenix of London 5383916 of Liverpool 9260000 00 X Northwestern Nationals 00 1750 Niagara of New York 46 1865 Boatman3 Pittsburg Springfield oiSpringfield 2535633 Firemens Fund of Cali Â¬ 1473026 fornia 115488 1874035 411499 00- 00-00- - CO Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and weU kBown corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Office At Traders and Deposit Bank -- ft f -- JOHN WJONES 5 DEALER IN Hfc P 0 NO 10 MAIN STEEET A- - W nun Ir - yppwnpp I ri Jul If fi iiiilUj 1 C i - MT STEELING KY Largest Stock of Clocks CLOCES FEOM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons rSPnrticular attention paid to Repairing In Eastern Kentucky 42 00 3 75 100 DOLLAE UP 3 75 90 1 Call and see my goods CO JOHN W JONES P -- liull THE MT STERLING Hpupp fi IfluuilUlu rUuilulj a P an u Us Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Feneiagf suid are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought Iron Fence and that the best in tne world can buv no other We also make a style adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub- Â¬ stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatlr enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the most oa cm machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest perÂ¬ formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and sake special of dimming and Hammering Saws f6 No other Bhop outside of Louisville can say the same- jLfSaw mill men will do well to call on ns or write for information Catalogues furnished on application to S T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky O I SAVE YOUE MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP FBOM E FRITZ v JgJfewns LOUISV Hsrarar LODGING HOUSE N E coraer 5th a AM NiCKELL KY DAYSBOKOTJGH Entrance on 5th ut sbuss M- - ViiTEKAJty NishtGlerk f If- vSS v1 r- - -- - iBijsisag mlTmgm ik itesfPSP e SM vcH 33 t suppressed anger but he did hot speak untuono evening some weeks after the may say that I iras brought up in last conversation when ho said to mo Bob I am going to put a stop to this he family for it is now nigh on to infamous slander I have ordered a thirt3f years since I came into it and I carnage to be here at oclock and m Wfistibonalustjyonth of almost 20 It the meantime you mustSpack my trunks almost inakcf me tremble when I think ana noia yourselt reaay to go bfitfoidf that in a few months I shall j I shall marry Miss Sylvester witn me to night be half a centnry old Well during and to morrow I shall depart for those thirty years Ive seen and known some startling things in the family but Europe I havo written to my father nothing moro so than what Im about and ho can forgive me or not as ho vpleascs but Im not afraid of tlie final -f iSSSieBfi Of courseJ nse no real namesjand I result X had nothing to dl hut to obey shall call my master Kichard though orders and at 8- oclock when the car- Â¬ that was not at all his real name any riage came we are ready Mr Stratton 4Dore than that of the family was iStrat- at that ion fheh 1 shall cal them Muster was out he generally was Richard hour J T laid at his club and Master ri iiicuara stranon s iaxner was a very i the letter for him on the library table practical man wno naa- come irom EngÂ¬ land as a boy married a 2Sew York lady and we drovo away to a hotel where he saw his trunks deposited in elegant jarid made a- large fortune as a merchant Be iiad bnt one child a son blaster rooms which he was as careful in selectÂ¬ Uichard and of him he made an idol ing as though he and his bride were to inhabit them forever instead of for a especially sizar the death of his wife single day who departed this life beloved by all Then we drove to Miss Sylvesters when blaster pilchard was o years old Her only parent residence I hare saicttat Tr Stratton was a mother a scheming fashionable was her woman very pracucal man and he showed it course favored the match but when he employed m3 a stout and in Â¬ who of telligent lad of 20 freshly arrived from whom Master Richard did not like and a rural part of England as aoare takor I had several times said to me that when intended of ilaster Kiehard then a handsome he was married he from her to keep his wife as much away mother as boy of 3 years old French bonnes possible The two ladies were expecting ilrosjh fromlreland was not then in fash Â¬ ion and it pleased Mr and Mrs Stratton us and were prepared In ten minutes our way clergy weiwere all ioprMst Master Ktchard to me rather jnans Miss onSylvester to themother hertliantorsonie half witted nursemaid and faster Richard and tne bridesmaid ami confident that they never re Dannie a Swiss girl very pretty but I Boiv fond I became of that boy and must say I did not like her though I JKj well Jie deserved all the care and can say without vanity that she had 4evotionl lavishod on htm I ttuight t made plenty of advances to mo I was hiia to ride to jump and to drive and on the box witn the driver How that I might teaeh them again to Master Sylvester supremely beautiful didin Miss appear that evening her Richard 1 learned to box and the use of I plain traveling dress as she stood up 4iie sword I realty felt as if that boy before made jboiigc to me and I do believe that it Richardthe ministerIt to be all over Mrsa was Stratton in ftsCHi my account that he should not few minutes and then she was a wife bo separated from me that his father aasiioyed a tutor and had 31aster Her mother tried to cry a little but it ehard educated at homo instead of was a failure as T was also Nannies atÂ¬ that ought to have sending hini away to school and farther tempt It 1 was would have had I been able fthaii lhat when it came to college years cried and he scut him to Columbia so that I had to see a little into the future The marriage over we drove back to dftilv care of him instead of to Hnrvir M Drilc s MOtllCr S HOUSO where we left wsWhTi T VnPff ir liis first nlimnn and took 0I1 board Mrs All these rfiars nftsra airav tow that Ia1 v vt ri rap dly and I may say very happily and tfieuara jcraLious iruiiKS and returnee Jlister hichard always treated me with to the hotel There was no shado w upon the highest consideration never allow-Â¬ vhafrinarrLige and it seemed as though ing me to feel for an instant my in they wore as happy a couple as could be feriority but on the contrary always found anywhere for though Master plstoing before me his desire that I Richard hud married against his father sonsenthe had not to depend on Mr should uphold his and my own pride by -trattou for money He had a very fine aotillg as if I was a gentleman and the income of his own loft him perfectly ejgjal of any one as long as I was lirmest and behaved myself I was his uncontrolled by his mother and the jwvn man and I felt it an honor Before bride also had property of her own left strangers he alwavs called me Mr by her father Besides that I had lirown but when alone he would cail savings of about GOO pounds sterling mc Brown and sometimes Bob which which I drew from bank and took wit aie in case of emergenci latter cognomen I liked much the best e gave a Sutnow comes the first opening of andIsee metho governor meehanco to corns or send for this morning Ivltct I call the dark era Master Iiich- said Master Richard when we obr rd graduated with liigh honors and 20t on board tho steamer for Southampitau xuioscn me law xoc nis proiession shite it seems that in this country every ton but hes mad and wont come man jtio matter what his wealth or Well I cant help it and Master Rich tiistgsniust be something and he beÂ¬ ard laughed alightly We had delightful trip and I am gan to stud for it Then it was that sure nothing could have been so absurd Master Richard fell in love 1 knew it before his father did and was the me- Â¬ as any suspicion that tho story Dr dium of correspondence for the boy Willsey told had any truth in it To be sure she was lively but not any more so v2ado a confidant of me in everything arid I did not hesitate in doing anything than any young brido ought to bo who has to forward it feeling that the father a young handsome and rich husband whom she loves and who is devoted to must approve of the lady Miss Allie Sylvester was simply beau to her It was not until we had ar-Â¬ tiiuL She was of unimpeachable fam- Â¬ rived in London and been there two ily and for her age which was only 10 weeks that I saw anything that looked wrong and then it was one daT when 4Was one of the pronounced belles of so Master Richard had Kone out to dine ciety I knew that Master Richard was diigaged to her and he told me when with some American friends and sent he made his father acquainted with the me back Itoalways went everywhere faetj and soon afterward I found that it with him get some letters that he fertiifj - MASfMJllCHlRD- S I I -- --- -- - 1 - of jewelry evGn her rings were gone and her earrings had been torn from her ears The police said that it was a case of robbery perhaps murder and tho poor mutilated disfigured body found its resting place in Pere la Chaise Nannie with more money than she had ever possessed before in her life was sent to her Swiss home and Master Richard and I bent our steps toward New York I have forgotten to say that all the trouble between Master Richard and his father had been made up The old man could not bear the absence of his son and was pleading for Master Richard to bring his wife home as soon as he could not knowing anything about why Master Richard could not nor yet when he was notified of tho death of tho cause of it The next three years of our Jives were quiet Mrs Richard had made a will immediately after her marriage be Â¬ queathing ail her property to Master Richard but he would have none of it He made it all over to her mother and DICKENS CHARACTERISTICS - His Habits at Horae AveMiou to Goe ByeHis Seadlngs plaiale Dickens in Youths Companion His punctuality was a remarkable characteristic and visitors used to won der how it was that everything was done to tho very minute It is a common saying now in tho family of some deai friends where punctuality is not quite so well observed What would Mr Dickons havo said to this or Ah mj dear child I wish you could have been at Gads Hill to learn what punctuality means I He was very fond of music but not of classical music only He loved national airs old tunes songs and ballads He was easily moved bj anything pathetic in a song or tune and was nover tired of hearing his particu lar favorites sung or plaved He liked to have niusic of an evening and duets Â¬ Â¬ F ROGERS f li MT STEELING KY Sends greeting to tlie GOOD PEG PLS of Wolfe Morgan Menifee Magoffin Breathitt and Powell May their HERALD be a sucÂ¬ cess and furnish newfyQjfresiL spicy 4M interesting andreading- remenSEc to And while yoti are - M s - f After these three years Master Richards father began to fret Ho wanted to see his son married again and ho had picked out a wife for him The lady was a great beauty and hael always been a great pet of the old man as sho had been of Master Richard before ho fell in love with Miss Sylvester and I always used to think she really loved him To make a long story short they were married and a more quiotj happy couple I never saw A year elapsed and an interesting event waa about to happen The doctor was in tho house not Willsey and Master Richaid expected every moment to become a Â¬ after that was consummated refused to seo Mrs Sylvester again father - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was whispered freely about At first it iwas Cas3T to be seen that Mr Stratton was pleased with the match though he limtccl as much to me as to say that he thought his son too young to marry Iflhen after the affair began to be well iknown it was evident that there was soinc cloud lowering between father and ion I she library and put jne through the severest line of questioning I ever under wont in my life and it was all about Miss Sylvester and much of it as I then thought of a very curious kind bearing as it did on my impressions of the Jadys personal looks and conduct I answered him as best I could but he did not seem satisfied and afterwards when i Jbaought the matter over I got suspicion ihs to what he was driving at and re- radiabercd thatijcveral times when I had been brdored to deliver a letter or message personally to her she had acted in aewny that 1 thought a little strange but as I attributed it to her being in love though I was never that way myself I bought nothing of it Mr Stratton gayeme no orders to keep the interview witi him secret and so I told it to JMastor Richard who was at first very jragry but afterward laughed at it vthough he made no explanation A week later Master Richard came in very rauclnoxeitcdand angry and said to me slkb have yon sec k anything about iMiss Sylvester when you have been tliaro for me that looked as though she had been using stimulants either wine Â¬ --- SMrl4Stratton One day when Master Richard was out sent for roe to come into wanted I found Mra Richard whom ho had left an hour before perfectljr right under an inducuce either of morphine or wine that was plainly perceptible Nannie was frightened and began to beg me not to tell Master Richard and to declare that she could not help it I promised to say nothing and to detain plaster Richard as long as I could and charged her to do all she could to make her mis- Â¬ tress sober But why dwell on this ter- Â¬ rible episode in my life We went to Paris to Madrid to Rome to Naples to Vienna to Berlin anel then back to Every day and every Paris to stay placemadeit more apparent that Dr Villsey had been right and that all Master Richard coulel do was useless Get the terrible drug or stimulant she would in some way I ventured one day to suggest to Master Richard that he should place her in some asylum but 1 never even hinted at it again for his response was a dreadful rebuke Death he Â¬ Almost at this critical moment there came a violent ring at the street door- Â¬ bell and it was announced to me that a woman demanded to see Master Richard and though she had been told she could not had insisted on forcing her way in and was then coming through thj hall I was in the library and ent out to meet this woman Tho gas was turned low but if it had been darkness itself 1 would have known her Good heaven it was Mrs Richard risen from the dead old haggard bleared and ragged She was almost at the library door when I mot her and heard her gasp out Brown wheres your master3 Hardly had she uttered the worci when sho staggered and fell rolling ovri on her back I was so frightened that I was not only speechless but paralyzed Tho footman came up and the terror ol the situation recalled me to myself 1 ordered him to assist me and between us we raised the woman and carried hei into the library laying her upon the sofa Then I told tho footman to go up to tho doctor and whisper to him to come down stairs but not to let Mr Richard know anything about it but in less than five minutes before the doctor got down I saw that the woman was dead and so the doctor pronounced her In a cold professional way ho asked me if I know the woman I said I did not Did my master I said I thought not He sat down to the table wrote a certificate that the woman had died of heart disease turned to tho footman who stood by horror stricken gave him the address of an undertaker not far away and his message telling the man to use his name and went back to hi charge upstairs following my injunction not to say anything to Master Richard In half an hour the undertakers wagon was at tho door and a few mimics later as the living was ushered into the world upon one floor the coffined dead was carried out from the floor below The next morning I told Master Richard the story of the night before and together we went to the undertakers anel looked upon the dead woman There could beno doubt about the identification this time though there was nothing about her to recognize but a single ring tho wedding ring and the wreck of her great beauty Where sho had been in all those four years how she had found her way back and who the woman wa that sleeps in Pere le Chaise will remain a scaled book forever - used to bo played very often tour hours together while he would read or walk np and down the room There was a large meadow at the back of the garden in which during the summer time many cricket matches were hold Although never playing himself Charles Dickens delighted in tho game and would sit in his tent keeping account for one side the whole day long He never took to croquet but had lawn tennis been played in the Gads Hill days he would certanly have enjoyed this game He liked American bowls at which he used constantly to play with his male guests For one of his improvements ho had turned a waste pieco of land into a croquet ground and bowling green In the meadow ho used also to practice many of his readings and auy stranei passing down the lane and seeing him gesticulating and hearing him talk laughing ing and sometimes il may ber weeping most surely wotdd thought have out him of his mind The getting up of those readings gave him an immense amount of labor and fatigue and sorrowful parts tried him greatly For in stanco in the reading of Little Dom bey it was hard work for him to steel his heart as to be able to road tho death without breaking down or displaying too much emotion He often told hovi much he suffered over this story and how it would have been impossible foi him to have gone through with it had he not kept constantly before his eyes the picture of his own Plorn alive and strong and well His great neatness and tidiness have already been alluded to as also his wonderful sense of order The first thing ho did every morning before going to work was to make a circuit ol the garden and then go over the whole house to see that everything was in its place neat and ordorly This was also the first thing he did upon his return home after any absence A more thoroughly orderly nature never existed It must havo been through this gift of order that he was enabled to aaorn the person with Jbine iffrnniTRRllii 03 8 that aflrals - Ylt OF MiiilyiMiilI iMljbfi nRTTTlTfl UJpMilliiu I I The PEDAL EXTSSMITIES witii Eine Cus Â¬ tom BOOTS SHOES and SLIKPEES and the head with a Nice HAT contributes to comfort and happiness not forgetting tike numerous ar-Â¬ ticles such as SHIRTS NECK WEAB and Â¬ by your friend Furnishing Coods All J it t Y of the above will be sold atllowest prices ROGERS EsTiSext door to Exchange Bank Maysville Street 3dt gteriiug Kjttr 4 P S Also dealer in Shoemalers Leather and OM F g f Â¬ EindingsV i lygtmjM jityjujiLjriii in iimi mmwi iumwuuimjiii yrt tight 2jggn mnwiRm ajmujni f Thk Oldest Brightest and best of Weeklies jxiges fltr six column fine paper new ijp clear print and the mast pnpr offrrd the rtadinc public Suit inlortairins ererr IneaJitr iic sttbjpts with fairness conttiim alt tl nwft f th world attractively prospnwl and i ivithou a com Â¬ petitor In general ercellecco aa a xaiilr paper It costs wjrn t C Ij II bat nnd erery subscriber recclveajfree of charge paid a copy uf S fTL poata re THE TIMES ILLUSmATEU HMD BOOK alone worth tlie prica Ul DUIUlUii The Hand boot 3 a Dabltcation nf nno vS a nrnAt mf tertaiuin reading waiter esptalfr prepared anl pub wiled for thp huh icrilwri fthe All xvho tak the nvr are Mgatevrith it and t b Jland boottvill bts anally satisfaction PtnJ for speciÂ¬ men copy of the parvr AddrrM THK TTMES 2U Walnut tCt3ci33ATT O hnro WvklT-Tiaioa- - THE CINCIBTN1TI Ts - Â¬ make time notwithstanding any amount of work to givo tho minutest household detaiTs Before a dinner party the menu was always submitted to him foi approval and he always made a neat little plan of the table with the names of guests marked in their respective places and a list of who was to take whe in to dinner He had constantly some bright idea or other as to the arrange ment of the table or rooms He had a strange aversion to saying good bye and would do anything he possibly could to avoid going through the ordeal In a letter to a friend Charles Dick Â¬ -- j tkflKit nn- Jtflitruut n v MMtmtllirnJ r it S1 pas fTtT ignt colBmiu andoay slxf dollars a year or iwuHv coat a weic Itw iadepsa- dent m politics bcttiuM toWbir in eTcrohth5Jar just to all partiw fndiridnitla sections and aafTonal- fica It yoa 7ant all tne nW8 attractirelr and boneaU wU MES STM tl v ly presented subscrib llua z AST TArrii Addrctw THE TDrES STJUt iy ts txTvri for it Tux UMxaT cxacctA- - 30 Walnut St CncaxiruO T -- H DEALEKS s - DAY ST v M if Â¬ ens writes Â¬ Â¬ Tho Eucalyptus In Australia Melbourne Cor Courier Journal or opium The question shocked me and I was obliged to confess to him that I had no- ticedn singular leviy In Miss Sylvester at fames but that I had never thought attributing it to that cause until iafterhls father had questioned me and ffiat I was not prepared now to pronounce it so Then he said the anger fiasliing out of his eyes uDo you know that Dr Willsey that old scrub has dared to presume be jbanse he has been our family doctor for 30 years to come between my father and myself by telling him that Miss Svlvester is an irretrievable victim to stimulants especially opium How did he knowit Master Richard I asked He says he has known it for several years and that he has had her several - V main away at first for hours then for all day then all night and be brought home by the police draggled and with Then at last when Master j out reason Richard had almost concluded to place her in an asylum with what seemed to be an instinct of the intention she dis appeared altogether and every effort of the police and detectives failed to obtain any trace of her notwithstanding the large reward Master Richard was crazed and so was I almost The police coolly de- Â¬ clared that she would never be seen again alive that the strongest proba- biiity was that the Seine would eventu- Â¬ ally give her up The only theory to combat this was that Mrs Richard had worn a iortune in diamonds wnen sue went away something sho had never done before and which seemed to show timesunder his treatment for it Its that she had prepared herself to stay a He but my father believed it and away even if it were true Id marry her and A month elapsed and one morning trust to love afterward to cure her of Master Richard was notified that the the habit if she had it body of his wife was at the morgue rcouldiiot help approving this though We want thero instantly and in spite mv heart misgave me because I knew of the fact that the bodv had been so that Master Richards whole life was ab- - j long in the water identified it Sho sofbed in his love and that without her j was dressed in plain black trimmed that life would he a waste to him Two with lace whon she went away but tho orfbree times after this I saw that my lace was gone she was shoeless and and had not a shred boy was excited and almost wild with bonnetless j j spoke ptainly about Nannie as pandering to her mistresss appetite and suggested her discharge but this 1 saw was folly It would be out of the frying pan into the fire I saw its terrible effect on my mistress but more on Master Richard He gave up all society and watched her like d child He was haggard and nervous and no longer like himself Then came a new phase of the terror Denied the deadly poison at home she with the cunning of a inaniao as she was would steal away from her watchers and re said rather than that Then I f j Â¬ Australia has a vegetation that is peculiarly and emphatically its own Be longing to the myrtle family they form a distinct class of trees with distinctive features peculiar to no other part of the globe Those are known here as the gum tree and to botanists as the eu- Â¬ calyptus There are about 150 distinct species which form four fifths of the vegetation of the country Wherever you travel you come across the eucalyptus On the arid plains are found the dwarf species and on tho mountain slopes and undulating lands they form gigantic forests They shed their bark annually but nc t the leaves which are evergreen and v Jry abundant The leaf has n peculiar action of turn Â¬ ing one or the other side constantly to the sun and while this affords poor shade an operation of absorption and exhalation is constantly going on that is fatal to malaria The leaves are full of oil cells 100 pounds of them yielding from twenty to sixty ounces of a vola- Â¬ tile oil This oil has valuable medicinal qualities and parries here in Victoria wno navo a patent process for extract- Â¬ ing the same have the most valuable oil well in the world The different varieties of tho eucalyptus furnish the commercial timber of ilo colony The blue gum is a hard light colored timber of greater strength and tenacity than either the English oak or the Indian teak and is chiefly used in heavy building and for piers and bridges The red gum is also hard wood with short curled grain and is used for ship building railway sleepers and wagon wheels aud is especially valuable for salt water piers as it con-Â¬ tains a peculiar acid that resists the at- Â¬ tacks of the sea worm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I onco used to think what a horrible thing it was to be a grandfather Finding that the calamity falls upon me without perceiv iisany other change in myself I bear it like a man But as he so disliked the name of grandfather as applied to himself these grandchildren were taught by him to call him Venerables And to this day some of them still speak of him by his self invented name Now thero is another and younger family who never knew Venerables but who are taught to know his likeness and taught to know his books through the pictures in them as soon as they can bo taught any- Â¬ thing and whose baby hands lay bright flowers upon the stone in Westminster abbey every 9th of June and every Christmas Eve j For in remembrance of his love for all that is gay in color none but the brightest flowers and alsoSome of the gorgeous American leavosj sent by a friend for the purpose are laid upon tho stone making that one spot in the midst of tho vast aad solemn building bright and beautiful In a letter to Plorn before his de- Â¬ parture for Australia Charles Dickens writes I hope you will always bo able to say in after lite that you had a kind And to this hope each one of father his children can answer with a loving graceful heart Amen above the table Â¬ Â¬ Another generation begins to n HASEL GHBEEN - f Garry in stock tiffs LARGEST AOT BEST SELECTED ASSOimiENafSg GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY- - Having the cm riencc of many yours in our lino of husintiss vO Seel justified in assorting ta5thes trade both Wholesale and Retail that we DO CAS and avill meet the wanfojP cur patrons aud make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense Tf stock of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Olotliixig Hats Caps Drugs W t 0ueensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS and CSRA SEEDS Imagination John Saintons Paper Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Ac- Â¬ counts Your trade respectfully so J T F DAYtv licited March 4th 18S5 Â¬ Equal to the Occasion Paris Paper - Scene in the Chinese war Captain of ironclad to artilleryman Do you see that Chinese general there about three miles off Let him havo one of thoso eight inch shells in the eye Artilleryman equal to tho situation Which eye your Aye aye sir W T SWANGGI G B SWANGO So says tho unknown and thus author of the Unknown City and with truth The other day I was creeping sidewise with my face to the wall into Breisers 25 centj dinner restaurant Plume J DEALERS IX our prido as we may thero is something five course dinner that about a would strain the philosophy of Dioge-Â¬ nes I felt to confess the truth as HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY meek as Moses As I was trying to make up in appetite what I lost t KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORTEENT Pin pride I caught sight of a gentle- Â¬ man at a table opposite who had Ready made Clothing decked himself in a well worn full dress Staple and Fancy Dry Coods suit with a flower in his buttonhole Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware and his hair harbored to glossy perfec- Â¬ Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ tion And I verily believe it was for nothing but to appear in state at this res- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements taurant Every mouthful ho took seemed In fact everything usually kept in a first class eonntry store ami at BOTTOM PRICES to invito the admiration of tho whole city and tho air with which he read Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due na all fcintls of the general paper would have served as Country Produce and Live fetock of every description a model for a stage king After sipping It is in our imagination we are thua H WANCO BRO - 25-cent GENERAL MERCHANDISE- his coffee sublimely ho rose walked to tho bar and paid his quarter with the conscious look of a man who is taking a controlling part in affairs and then SP COMBS J DEALERS IN N VAUGHN COMBS VAUGrKST YRAKK TYIjER honor millions Victor Hugo Youth with gentleness Paper bottles are now used1 estonsively has upon old men the effect of sunshine in Paris without winL I That man I thought marched off gets more enjoyment out of his quarter than Vanderbilt put of his AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cor Iain and 3IarIon Streets CeneraS Merchandise BLACKSMITH HAZEL GEEE2T K wiisons ami all RffttfS ajw sfwfcf t tft -- J iHoKsa ShoginsiHKlahsv J5u irfnifc Hfnrt Teofc f wuurs t - fr