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T r w r- - -- vc - 4i -- c - I - iy- TJT Jl1Dj VOLUME L i AZEL HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY APEIL 1 1885 TT KR A25T STEM WINDING SILVEEjr rT NUMBER 5 -- -- H P CORRESPONDENCE the especial purpose of finding coal but water as the borings are to obtain salt THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER very apt to become mixed by the drill Texas Terracoltural Talk FROM NEAR CAMPTON IN WOLFE is also dfficult to tell the exact line of It TRUSTWORTHY IN ALL THINGS AN HxrrcHnrs Dallas CoTexa3K COUNTY Is the mlvfctfr BHfaibei wn Wolfe eoim- passage from one stratum of rock to an- Â¬ March 17th 1SS trpaud crei4 Wfelrln e counties of other The well was sunk in 1846 by Editor of Tin TT7rfrr EPITOME OF THE WORLDS NEWS TfrolTe 3Corur FtiML Menifee Magoffin To tlie Mouth of Troublesome Creek in Col fisrvv TTTnuriv- L G Bohannan The records of Breathitt County Breathitt Eitiett- nova inuiai i A Sample CODV of TlTR TTkRATJ tn THE CHOICEST GEMS OF LITER lio nll 1oto unfnrfnnntAlr bppn Instver seven oemsr ewspapcr t auy P N Moore State Geological Survey mpmnrv Ool Bohannan states hand and I am so delijrhted with it that lmt fmm Mad- - THE mMjammmnh ereiore ATURE THE LATEST AND iK Eastern Fifty feet above this coal is found an- Â¬ the position and thickness of the coals1111 bound to write not wishing to ter-Tke BwtAiv edtum S3V X other wMch lias been mined on the oppo- Â¬ FULLEST BELFABLE MAB- ore people by an d advertisers c site side of the riverfrom the Haddock tJian uy any ireraemeDt in iter mines by Mr J Wells It here shows KET REPORTS UUilJ iUUOllVU ItltV ItVill Cliuwivo kuiva a convinced- tfeer eans Xrv it PWnnd frnm fnrtv tn fiffcv feet below lexas might not be unacceptable I am the following section in feet and inches tr3B AY HOTtSlXG t glad to think Hazel Green now has what One dollar a copy for 12 months To Eu three Coal JfrxiasaxD E rasr Wi 11 the surfacee another coal reported die has s Iono Reserved a first class Shale parting feet thick 2 rope 1 52 a year Terms invariably cash in j Coal Third about two hundred feet below newspaper The name of Hazel Green 1 E M CBMWM9 p E R Shale parting 4 the ssrfac a coal said to be about four sounds sweet to me Besides I am welT advance Postage free to all subscribers in Coal OWCC A3HL acquainted with all of its inhabitant 3 thick frwwf A total thickness of three feet three in feet the United States and Canada Fourth after passing through a very and I know of no better people living SCBSCKITTIOX XATMJ ekes coal excluding shale parting It is thick coarse sandstone a coal was reach- - than live in that town There are noV L0 1S85 PREMIUM COPIES 1885 a dry burning bituminous coal quite ed at a depth of three hundred and eishtv several of my old schoolmates liYing 0 Copv One Yar 60 fr Six Months TO free from sulphur but carrying a rather to three hundred and ninetv feet from there When I was at J T Days last ig GETTERS UP OF CLUBS Alvrays In Avautoe lare percentage of ash as shown by the the surface which is said to be of the un-- October I was forcibly struck with the FOR following analysis by Dr Peter and Mr usual thickness of ten feet days of my boyhoood when I went to r Ko subscription will bettered upon 3 THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN our books unless aceompameSfby the mon Talbutt of an average sample taken by This is probably one of the sub-coschool in the little town and was so in ey and no suhseriptlonxSl freceived for The coal sampled from was glomerate coals which at other places is love with iho girls that I thought myself 5 00 tbe writer FIVE COPIES JSH iLUJUi Sl SLVMW1 near the outcrop and hence analysis may associated with a great thickness of bitu- - a little nearer heaven than I had ever With an extra copy of the Weekly possibly show more ash than properly be minous shale often mistaken for coal heen before Sun one year Corn phinting is about ADTEETISING XATJE6 10 00 Iongsto it TEN COPIES over and the farmers are taking their Lnchj iOne Year 1 This is peculiarly the case when nothing With an extra copy of the Weekly it Moisture 1000 278 but the finely comminuted fragments of ease on the banks cf Trinity river fisning Jf - year and one Sun oihcopy of the Volatile combustible matter H3 3552 the material from the well can be had until cotton planting time comes which 1400 Daily un three months Br Fixed carbon 4494 Healtb SrJiee for larger advertisements made 15 00 for examination It is hardly probable w be about the first of April FIFTEEN COPIES kndwnHiaxplication a ith three cheers coal from good in this country With an extra copy of the Weekly that the sub conglomerate SEEN6ER QOOPER Address nsirinrr tn wind nn mv huainess I have Sun one year and one copy of the Total 10000 what we know of it at other nlaces J for The Hebaux I will close Find en-Hazel Green Kv Daily Sun six months decided to present a splendid watch cut as would thicken so remarkably in this di- - closed 1 for a years subscription Ol V 20 00 VUtvt above ana as UUUU a tjjwjsjjvl jvk as TWENTY COPIES Geeen T Little ouipnurM xxo rection The heavy sandstone reported many which sell for 5000 to each of my With an extra copy of the Weekly COUNTY OFFICERS OF WOLFE Specificgravity 139S as having been passed through before old friends and customers who will come Sun one year and one copy of the Lost Creeks Haineutations G B Swango fonrard and pay oft their notes amounting This is the highest coal geologically in reaching the last coal is very probably lounty Judge Kash to 2500 r over provided the note was for J JDaily 1bun nine months Levi County Attorney h 30 00 this region of wich anythings definate Lost Creek March 20 Our log men the conglomerate Hill LVJ Llllio 5 DavidHogg merchandise bought of me while in busiCounty dsrk ly known At several localities a coal The boring is therefore interesting are all ready and very anxious for a tide With an extra copy of the Weekly CircuitXlerk UVa F Elkins ness- And in order that all may be accom- Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun stain is found immediately below the as snowing tne sait oearmg rocK to De to come in tne nortn iorjc oi jxentuaqr Ci i Centers uhfrii modated I will discount the watch price one vear massive heavy sandstone which cans the either the conglomerate or the shales be-- river sufficient to carry the large number w tcvii Jiiicr proportion to those whose notes USS3iFielden Cox n 350 inihnn OKnn This offer is trood until Single Copies by Mail 3 Cents To Europe hillsback from the river but nothing is low Nothing definite can be learned as to of rafts they have labored so hard to se fCoroner w known as to its character or thickness JSS Bfcnmu 1n j- Pol1 nn nr AArKK fj Assessor ci ttle amount of brine yielded by this well cure Hie most or them have fed out uuu u m Trfsir x nti ourvayor alien UNDETERMINED COALS or its strength lhe prevalent impres- Â¬ all ot their corn fodder and hay and W 0 MIZE v7ii r 1 52 a vear o n oi As the examination made of this region sion in regard to its strength is that it consumed their supply of bacon Jfow Hazel Green Kx Xash Mjuter Commissioner J The safest method of transmitting money was so largely of the nature of a recon requires eighty gallons of brine to pro- Â¬ unless a rise in the river soon comes so JUSTICES OF TH PEACE noissance many exposures of coal were duce one bushel of salt HOUSE that we can get this timber to market First Distbict S P Murphy Wednes- by mail is by check draft or postoffice seen especially when at some distance above the Haddock we will be compelled to sacrifice the lit-At Mr Marcums cy after 2nd Monday btephen HAZEL GREEN KY to one side of the line of the section Thuday aftr 2nd Moudav v mines two coals have been seen near the tie stock we have to get provisions to en- money order Second District D S Godsey Friday i the geological equivalency of which was river one of them about seventy five feet t able us to make corn cv The lastafter 2nd Monday A J Lmdou Siiturda Sf JOHN H PIERATT PaoPRiETtfiU S ABELL CO Publishers not determined owing to a lack of time above the river and the other about I cold snap caused our farmers to lose sev Address A 7iterna iimflsiv for detailed examination The coals on twenty The upper coal is three feet eral head of cattle sheep and hogs and Third District J W Horton Wedne Wolfe creek and Georges branch should thick and is reported to be one of the j I fear this snow and the cold winds will Sun Iron Building with the best in BThe dy after lbt Monday W- - T lomikins7 ie market table is supplied accommodation Baltimore Md and first class really be classed here as they are by no very best coals mined on the river The kill more of them A C Eussell has J uesday after 3rd Monday will be furnished for man and beast means certainly identified ForRTH District James Spencer Sci lower was not seen as it was covered at been on Lost Creek surveying for the THE nesday after 3rd Monday Isaiah Spencer On main Frozen creek above the the time of visit There is another coal past fewdays Married At the resi- Â¬ Thursday after 3rd Monday 4 ASHLAND HOUSE house of Mr Green Taulbee a coal is two feet thick above it separated by dence of F M Day near Lost Creek COURIER JOURNAL found about one hundred and seventy about seven feet of space The upper March 19th William Haddix son of Fifth DustrictH Cl ElkinsjTriday FOR 1885 NEAR POSTOFFICE sitcr 2nd Monday Wm Lansaw fcaturday five feet above the bed of the creek in coal was seen Gray Haddix to Miss Martha Day a aflftrQud Mnndnv An organ of Live Issues Living Ideas and natural outcrop below a sandstone cliff At Mr Mcintoshs about two miles larse crowd was in attendance X-- Y KENTUCKY Sixth District a k Roe Saturday af-- LEXINGTON Moral Forces and an enemy of Monoposhowing a thickness of three feet nine in above a coal about forty feet above the HargisT G W Sewel and Misses Mary ter 1st Mondav A M-- Swangofuesdav after lies Oligurchism and the Spirit of RATES REASONABLE FniST CL ASS ches clear coal without any perceptible river has been considerably mined butt Haddix and Delia Roberts were the wai-SrdFridav as Embodied m subsidy Eighth District J H rllljruesday xiev j arrowwooa laiien in xnis coal was not THAT THIEVING TAKIFF Palu otlwaier and Gilmore creeks lias now was reported to be four feet wrs Judge w i u tetrong and JL omciaunsr T wiifter 4t3 Moudav V t5T SONS H E BOSWELL 0n n Noble in seen but The Courier Journal is the acknowledge GONBTARI ES 1st DistrlcZachariali Hal Proprietors We like The Heral are very sick REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER of the Wolfe county cannel coal is found at a four inches thick by the former owner ev 2nd Dictrict James JSacv 3rd District SI SOUTH is DEMOCRATIC in Politics an number of places but its equivalency lias In addition to the above numerous verv much Success to it Hiram Bailey 4th District A J Legg 5th j first last and all the time is for a reduction not yet been determined At Mr James exposures of coal too thin for working CLAEK of the war taxes as levied on the people bv F Elys a cannel coal has been opened have been seen ranging from a few inch- Â¬ WITH Sally 7th District H Clay Rose 8th Dis Rousseaus Havings the tarin now m lorce bufj the drift has fallen in so that it is es in thickness up to two feat The posi- Â¬ trict Augustus Bradle v Rousseau Ky March 21 Money Sasvers- - Carson Hardware The Weekly CourierJournal COUNTY OFFkTeKS OF 3IENIFEE partly covered This is asserted to be tions of some of these are known to be matters continue close Business dufl- is without a superior in the world a great three and one half Company feet in thickness P A in the regular series of coals while others pr nrnhiblv tlinn rwrtr bftfnrt in tblifs-She folio wingjare the county officers ofl family and political newspaper and during 637 W Main Street jienuee vix the year 1SS5 it will strive more zealoubly thickness of two and one half feet was seem to be erratic and intercalated seamaitry of our vjage Quicksand creek County JudgeJf J M Yanarsdell and hopefully than ever for its political faitti seen by the writer at an exposure which or no great nonzonuu range jg fui 0f rafts waiting for a tide when LOUISVILLE KY Countv Clerk J J Bvrne not neglecting however the infinite variety evidently did not show the whole thick- Â¬ Corn is thev will be taken to market QUALITY OF THE CA2TNEL COALS Circuit Clerk T Hackney A of choice miscellany that causes it to be so ness of the bed The exposure was such The cannel coals of this region are for so very scarce that the oner of 1 casih SherifF T A J Ringo great a favorite in the family circle The that an average sample for analysis could JN nsuy the present and probably will be for per bushel is no inducement to anyone return to power of the Democratic party not be obtained ILAZEL GREEN KY A hand specimen was some time to come more valuable than who thinks he may have a surplus to C Lewis Coroner J AiWillis will make 18S5 a year marked in the history Assessor N 2S The prospect for a wheat crop of the United States and no family should however subjected to analysis with the any other They will always command sell G AV Wheeler Survevor 3 5 be without the Courier Journal who desire result of showing an excessive per cent a higher price per ton than other coals looks bad If the weather continues Jpuniy Supt Public SuhoolsW C Taylor 5Makesond repairs all kinds of Farming to keep thoroughly posted on passing events age of ash The percentage is so large on account of their excellent qualities as cold very much longer the demand for Master Commissioner W S Pierce Tools Buggies and Wagons The Weekly Courier Journal has the Largest that it seems possible the specimen selct household fuels and for steam making dry hides will certainly be supplied for JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten Democratic Circulation of any Newspaper ed may have been worse than the aver They are also valuable for the manufac roughness as well as corn is just about March June September and December in America If you are unacquainted with age of the coal although not intentional- Â¬ tion Son hope to have McQuinn First District Turner Spencer third it ask any subscriber to it as to its merits as ly selected as such The general appear- Â¬ ture of gas but their use is limited in out Monday C C Montgomery first Wednesthis respect owing to the poor quality of their saw and grist mill in good runninga great family and political newspaper In day C B McQuinn point of quality and quantity of interesting ance of thecoal does not indicate so the coke resulting after the Tolatile por-- order again right soon Second District J T Argo third reading matterit leads the newspaper press large a percentage of ash and it is but tions of the coal have been driven oft is expecting araan from New York rfgbfc Thursday T F Frisbv first Friday of the United States If money industry justice that tfiis analysis should not be The greater thickness and regularity of j soon to buy his walnut lumber Mar-Third Dd3TRICt J M Adarus second and enterprise can keep it so it will contin- Â¬ allowed to go unexplained to the injury coals may eventually ried On the 16th instr James Canard Saturday Nelaon Holland 4th Thursday ue at the head of American journals It of the coal before an average saniyle can soine of the other when facilities for transportation become of Magoffin a widower about 46 years of Alfred Combs first Fourth District contains each week the most complete An Independent Newspaper of Saturday Samuel Stacy third Saturday adequate render them most valuable as f age to Miss Louisa Risner of this eonn summary of the news of the world and its be selected and analyzed On Stillwater creek at Mr John W they can be more cheaply mined than ty a young lady of some thirty five Hale J Fifth v Dctrict G R naay second Democratic Principles but not Con- Â¬ editorial columns Henky Wattekson juxnaEjj in Jiugnes Jin x always able strong and Faulkners a cannel coal is found which thecannel coals but the latter when of summers The happy young couple stari are CONSTARixs 1st Pirtrict Jno L Brooks trolled by any Set of Politicians or bright Among the ESPECI AL FEATURES is commonly reported to be three feet good quality and reasoably free from ed yesterday morning for the groomJS f5nd District J H Kindrick 3rd District - Manipulators Devoted to Collect- Â¬ are Telegraphic Specials from all the leading thick Only about ten inches of the up- Â¬ ash will always be in demand j home We hope they may live a long Johnson Whitaker 4th District J T Hedpoints in the United States and Europe Se- per part of bed was seen at time of visit has been already indicated in the j pleasant and prosperous life together As ger 5th District H B Little ing and Publishing all the News of rial and Short Stories by popular and noted the rest heing covered by mud and water descriptions - Richard Spencer Commissioner of the of individual seams these i Sermons the day after de- Â¬ writers the Day in the most Interesting livery inTalmages Tabernacle Market Re- From this also a hand specimen was cannel coals vary greatly in quality as IPoor Swango Springs Brooklyn and with the greatest possi- Â¬ ports Fashion Letters Turf and Stock Re- taken for analysis which showed a large well as thickness and the same seam of- Â¬ Shape The following letter from a gentle- Â¬ ports Answers to Correspondents Depart- Â¬ percentage of ash not quite so large as ten changes tliickness and quality very CHUECH DIRECTORY Im- Â¬ ble Promptness Accuracy and man who had given up all hope of ever ment Poetry and Department for Children in me last case nowever unesamecau- - arfiiTiv Hulzel Green 1st Sunday M E South No Home in the Country should he without tion should be held in regard to this cpaL Jjjhe followin Analvps bv Dr Peter i again being blessed with health was partiality and to the Promotion of Bsv W L Stamper 2nd Sunday Presbyte it as the last but against it is the fact that C1fi rr TVTmirf will sprve to show verv wrTf tpn in Sunday Cliris- - Democratic Ideas and Policy in the raan Rer E P Mickel 3rd - b 1SS1 nnrl fh wntpr v i 1 t i The Courier Journal jx among ai m fairly the different qualities of mese has since enjoyed the best of health tian Bt D H Fallen Prayer meetings must lu lias tne reputation distinctly represents the non oflice holding every Wednesday evening at the Cliristian affairs of Government Society and ash and non office seeking classes It is a critic have burned it of carrying muchcreek coals church Thursday evening at Prbyierian I wish to unfold to suffering humanity Murphys on Stillwater 1 r Industry not an organ friendly to those who serve At John ll church tnc virtues uiese springs possess x am 130 0 210 130 the country well hostile to those who fail a cannel coal is found outcropping with Moisture Casitton 1st Sunday Christian Bev J DAY Rates by Mail Postpaid to serve it or serve it ill equally without considerable regularity in the hills back Vol comb matter 4700523S 4310 4320 a young man 24 years old Two years 6 00 per Year T Pieratt 2nd Sunday M E South Rev G entangling alliances or selfish expectations of his house It has never been dug in- Â¬ Fixed carbon44r40 3554 4336 3380 ago I had a very severe attack of palpi- G Ragan DAILY per Month 730 1114 1144 2140 tation of the heart caused by an over- 50 other than the confidence and support of to or opened and nothing is known as to Ash 5170 4GU8 5430 MASiTOWN 2nd Sunday 1L F South the people to whom alone it owes allegi- its thicknessflt is the coal before refer CokTT 1 00 SUHDAY per Year q heat of the blood and indigestion set up jRev W L Stamper 4th Sunday Christian 1574 1423 C119 Sulphur ance It will have no compromises to make mediately after the attack I was DAILY and SUNDAY per Year probably the first coal above f Specific irravitv 1265 12S0 1328 l360 7 00 Bev D G Combs with time servers but will keep right on in red to as confined fcr several weeks during the STo 3 Ezel 1st Sundav Baptist Rev W L WEEKLY per Year - - - - 1 00 the path of duty which it has marked out On Troublesome creek about fifteen physi- for itself regardless of consequences It Address TILE SUX Xew Tork City 120 116 230 time I had i the amost eminent n mi nn r Givedon 2nd Sunday Cliristian Rev D G Moisture a will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor miles from its mouth below the mouth Vol comb matter 5BS0 4458 4140 i ciaus bkiu uiiu iouiuiuoreiitsi i uiuuguu 7Combs career would soon that rid head inside or outside the Democratic of Buckhorn creek on the Roberts farm Fixed carbon 1B2EXCHBrpG 1st Sunday Ohristian 3f 30 3276 2S20 Ito my earthly aummond courage come one 470 2150 2910 party It will light intolerance and liberal- is a coal which shows the ioilowmg see a close I Reyaj G Combs 2nd M E South Rev D BUY YOUR 40i0 5426 5730 bright morning and thought F would G Combs 2nd Sunday M E South Bev ism wherever they appear and has no quar- tion Coke ter to give to or ask from malefaction and Bituminous coal 0530 G B Dougherty 4th Sundav Rev E P Sulphur s - journeyed wea e over towT1 10 1 1JLS0 13S3 1434 malefactors Democratic or Republican 3GckeL Specific gravity s aioncr I suddenly became heart sick y ith this explanation of its scope plan and Shale parting Jageson 1st Sunday Presbyterian Rev 1 5 No 1 is an aveage sample from the I was opposite Air fcwango s house a Bituminous coal purpose we submit the following 10 n a cooper ara aundav iii Ju South Shale parting Haddock mine Sampled from the seam dismounted and made my way into the TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OF Bev-- J J Dickey 10 1 Cannel coal 10 00 in the mine dwelling and asked permission to lie Daily Courier Journal one year 5 00 A total tliickness of five feet one inch M M MM S No 2 is from Georges branch Aver UVItU Tfiia lniTnr rraTpn lrsJ SwflTlOrn lnti n Daily Courier Journal 6 months w JJ 3 If QUILLS JUW fcVit ftiw e J C lAKINS 2 75 coal Daily Courier Journal 3 months age sample from the stock pile at mouth made some inauirv in regard to mv af-QUILLIN 1 00 There has been consderable excitement O pit Daily Courier Journal 1 month LYKLNS flietion I told her the best I could and 2 00 in regard to this coal and very exagger- Â¬ Sunday Courier Journal 1 year 3 is from the Quicksand creek she went and brought me a drink of fa jLtteraeys atlavr and Real Estate Agents 1 00 Sundav Courier Journal 6 mouths ated reports were in circulation concern- Â¬ mines Average sample trom the stock ter that had a sweet peculiar taste She CAMPTON Ky VEElvLY COURIER JOURNAL The thickness of the whole bed pile of coal at the mouth of pit taken by told me that this water was good for in 1 50 ing it One Year with a Premium Titles examined taxe paid for 8 was commonly stated as being cannel Mr J R- - Proctor 0 W Five Copies one vear without premi valids I drank over a pint of it and Collections afepecialty Real Estate 1 00 coal when in reality not more than one um each No 4 is from Frozen creek near G went on home that evening Next morn sold on commission Will prac Between Eace and Yine nought and 75 third of it is of that kind It is how- Â¬ W Johnsons Sample averaged from a Six months without premium tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties somewhat I iinfeItfew days and relieved therewent 50 ever a valuable seam of coal as it can small pile of coal not more than one or premium Three months without one stayed CIXCIKNATI OHIO hftk a SSfPayment invariably in advance 2L HASH be mined very cheaply owing to its thick- Â¬ two tons This is the couL which shows month and I felt like anew creature 59Ppstage on papers is prepaid by the ness The quality of the different mem- Â¬ the brilliantly polished faces wheu left This was in August 187S publishers ATTORNEY AX LAW No 5 from near the same locality Since I retired from that glorious spot offered in connection bers of this coal is shown by the following The list of premiums with the Weekly Courier Journal includes a analysis by Dr Peter and Sir Talbutt Analysis from a single specimen onlywbere God in his wisdom thought it Ky DEALERS IS Hazel Ghees great variety of useful and attractive arti- trom average samples taken by myseii This specimen was not originally selectsd j goofl and well to send forth from thebo cles A circular containing list of premiums Moisture Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining conn 330 220 340 for analysis and may therefore possibly fom 0f 0ld mother earth a fountain of complete and a sample copy of the Weekly Volatile comb matter ties Collections will receive prompt atten- Â¬ 3144 3920 4340 represent the coal at this place a better j pure and living water for the healing of Courier Journal will be sent free of charge Fixed carbon tion 4976 5114 4696 HAZEL GREEN EY all diseases Come ye invalids and par-on application 1550 746 6 o4JJhan an average Ash 6 from J W Faulkners Stillwa- - take freelv of this fountain and you willHAZELEIGG A good local agent is desired in every com lATTERSON JIkNo V Keep in stock Sugar Coffee Flour Salt So munity to whom a liberal cash commission 10000 10000 10000 ter creek Analysis Irom single spcci- - j know its medical virtues Mr fawangp Total da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Oystera will be allowed A canvassing outfit is sent v- and ladv are well prepared to entertain 0526 5860 5320 men California Salmon Sardines Mackerel local agents free of charge No Traveling Coke No 7 from James FElys Gilmore visitors in everv respect and their hospi-630 991 2525 Sulphur Maccaroni Cheese Crackers Candy Green Agents are employed by the Courier-JournATTOEEYS AT LAW j tality cannot be surpassed 1405 1290 1280 creek Analysis from single specimen The society of and Black Teas Syrup Soap Coal Oil Cassubscription should ever be giv Specific gravity no ue noteu uuh me last uiree the country is remarsaur gooc tiazei tor Oil Machine Oil Lard Bacon Patent en toand one unless personally Known to wiu Nn 1 krhe iinrer seam bituminouVk---t- t any Medicines Wooden- - and Tinware Horse the subscriber Address MT STERLING Xn 9 ic tbn miffdle sPflmbituminousr analyses from single specimens show Green about one mile from these springs Y Shoes Nails lobacco and Cigars W N HALDEMAN a very small per centage of sulphur fg a magnificent town - and contains three Tn Si thpbntrmi seam cannel v wv w w tjT T -e President CourierJournal Co DtoffSonepFreshBeeforkandiIuf- less TAT7LBEE M There i3 a salt well on the Kentucky proDaDiy consiaeramy showtnan tne aver- - excellent churchesHnnstiam rresoyie-aoKy Louisville of the coal would if representa- rinn nnd Werhndist- - T am foikwinz mr 5TEveryfhing sold at prices which are river opposite the mouth of Troublesome HAZEL GREEN KY -tive samples were selected This is liable rofession now school teackifea Hy creek wliich is reported to have passed n tvrv ti nnarx irTa Cinrrlo CTVOPimOHB BTft HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD i betrer- - than it eTtr twiil The JJU IUV Mi iJllii J0- wwuHiio - pnlfh Fhysician Surgeon and Ac Â¬ CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST J tlirougk four coals in sinking to its pres- Â¬ very dithcult to waterwotthaer springs AT Independent Local Newspaper and ten ft et used for anal ysis as it is ent depth of four hundred OB PRINTING OF ALL EvDS coucheur 2y J ScoTTrosQrSuch as envelopes letter heads tajn Devoted to the development of the resources Measurements of coals by boring are al- obtain one which is exactly representaWuM Tenders liis professional services to the peo tivcin every respect if asi in j note heads bill heads cards c neatly of Eastern Kentucky home news c will ways liable to error especiallymade for ple oi v unc sua ujoiuiug coumies Get envelopes printed xt this CONTINtFED NEXT WEEX1 any address fer 100 CASH this case the boring was not OJiceKtresldence enHasel Green Heights andpromptly executed at this office be mailed to THe Herald iWATCH tt t riiucvjbu THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN GEOLOGY OF SEOTI0E V FREE The Waterbury f J IP g -- t Â¬ ifSeLo mMII n- a I r I Â¬ 1 riit nsgsu sr -- PIERATT i - y Â¬ -- -- - TT- - W - H J Â¬ j jaiierMJ i J PIERATT I J I j j j t i E t Â¬ J - Sfttflsnm editor- -in-chief k Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 r rr J j j 1 TT t ---- -- Â¬ jxZZ 1 d s rm K rm v - Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ t j I i I non-resi-jjU- Feari st Â¬ J jg CASKET PIERATT i Â¬ Family Groceries9 Â¬ - IC 1 - - al Â¬ JB -- - T - 4 LV dxtt4h WW T V ocr Jk v - s - c t--- v sr Vi Vfi j- - - c 9i - - fcfS s3i3iMi5 - c - Ssess J jmmJUtusniJBM THE HEBALD SLOG Per Annum Always in Advance SThe safest way to transmit 4 I AM IOTOCEMV -- - i lajul is by registered letter postroffiee mon For llio Ashland Ulurder His I asfc Let ep order or draft on Cincinnati Mcney sent ter to His AVifo 1 Shall Die XiJce 5i tliis wstywill be at oar risk a Man Telling fhe Truth Scene at the Gallows SPENCER COOPER i Editoil - inoncy by cantafford shut new diseoverv or invention that will make life easier or work more Tleatni Youwoahl be unwise to eves to the advent of WAS THE DYING PROTESTATION OF use Tallow Candles wliile Gas is at hand You would he unwise to ride in a stage coach while Steam Engine and Palace Car await your pleasure Yotr are efially WM NEAL HANGED AT GRAY- Â¬ 1 nft AAA r jhwv 5 unwise it you neglect to secure THE NEW AUTOMATIC WCTTPTC STOVrrVfi ST A tiTVT cuyuwuw VLro i ju jxuicillilt - ilUVl UlUie iKKi aK miuioa possssorss iiiiAULTWifiuiiu Lu4XjjLja-iSON MARCH 27TH 1885 happy to -- You your f AWORD T 0 THE LADIES any -- rstir - if HiTTrr Â¬ irL H M fi iH M M iPPl HHH IS KING OF HAZEL GREEN WEDNESDAY KY 1 APRIL 1885 Entered at the Hazel Green postofnee as second class inail matter AXSOVSCEXESiTS We are authorized to announce D S KXDSEY as a candidate for the legisla- Â¬ ture subject to action of the democratic Cincinnati Evening- Post March 27 Geayson March 27 On Neals arri Â¬ val at Grayson jail last evening he order-Â¬ ed the same bill of fare for supper break- Â¬ fast and dinner two eggs coffee and biscuit IsTeal sat in his chair all the evenincr hv the south window of his cell with his hat coat and handcuffs on He received scores of callers chiefly village people He refused the consolation of a A preacher couldnt minister saying To a pressing in do me any good now tcrogation by jailer Tyree he said party I AM INNOCENT And shall go to my death with the same He smoked and statement on my lips chewed Incessantly but was absent-minde- d We are authorized to announce Dr F M THOIAS an independent republican candidate to represent the legislative dis- Â¬ trict composed of Montgomery Menifee Powell and Woife counties i1 THE NEWS Courier Journal This promises to he a year of war- France and China are en- Â¬ gaged In hostilities the president of GuaÂ¬ temala is invading the neighboring re-Â¬ publics Kiel is nt the head of a rebellion jn Manitoba Great Britain and the False Prophet are fighting in the Soudan coun- Â¬ try and in allprobability there soon will he war in Afghanistan Sehtinel Deaiocratr Last Saturday at Farmers an altercation arose betweeen Robert Cassity jr and James Lancaster you swear my life away in which the former shot the latter in why did He was drunk and made no answer die left side inflicting a slight wound If Campbell Kussell and Hellin say I The particulars of the difficulty are not known but we arc informed that both committed that crime they tell what Isnt so I am innocent but I forgive ivero drunk At Mt Sterling on 31arch 25th Hen them the wrong they did Time will xy Watson was acquitted on his examin- Â¬ right all things This life is nothing to ing trial for killing Jeff Johnson colored eternity These men were the sole cause The negroes are much excited at what of my being bound hore in irons and of they considered the injustice of the deci Â¬ bringing me to the scaffold They bull- Â¬ sion and It is stated threatened to take dozed Geo Ellis into making the confes- Â¬ sion he did and when he olfered to re- Â¬ Watsons life At Owingsville on March 25 Mr tract in Catlettsburg jail they came Wm Moore one of the pioneers died at down here and told him you have made his home afteran illness of only a few one confession now stick to it days Deceased was ninety six years old YUY DO THESE RICH PEOPLE and was the oldest man in Bath county All band together and use their money at the time of his death to break my neck if there is not some- Â¬ At Hillshoro Fleming countv on thing in it if someone else did not com- Â¬ March 24th the dwelling of W E Chris Â¬ mit that crime I have told you the ty was destroyed by fire with its con- Â¬ truth and I want you newspaper men tents only a beastead being saved Loss when you send writing to put in all the about 1200 with an insurance of 800 ifs and ans I always wondered how on the building Geo Ellis got them clothes he wore in Frankfort Yeoman The resignation of Catlettsburg jail and I believe they were XL S Marshal Auxier in view of the civen to him for confessing against us possibility of his being Evansed may be Did Jim Heflin swear to a lie Yes said to be a case of one auctioneering his he bundled up a lie and he has acknowl- Â¬ ond that is of Auxier nearing the end edged it to three or four men Aint of his term that enough Campbell came here and Dr David Keller was thrown from a commenced at me when I was here be- Â¬ buggy on March 25th and seriously fore about my saving that Id write a wounded receiving a broken rib and sev- Â¬ statement of my innocence in my own eral ugly looking gashes in the head blood I told him I had said so At Elizabeth town March 23rd thieves would do it I have written that that I state- Â¬ broke into the house of 3Lrs M H Gof-Â¬ ment and sent it to Alf Burnett er widow of Judge Cofer and stole from The jail was locked up at 10 oclock her thirty dollars In money and no more visitors admitted -- questions from the semi circle in front of his chair At 9 the newspaper men gathered in his cell room on the promise of a local correspondent that they would hear him say something he had never said before and for an hourlsTeal stood a fusilade of searching questions as to the part Jim Heflin Abe Campbell and John Russell Twenty had borne in his conviction Did these men times he was asked swear your life away and his answering They instigated Geo Ellis reply was into making the confession he didj 2STeal added I said to George Ellis in the Aldine hotel at Ashland and failed frequently to hear the r5iTirHrVE5i Myti-fc- - ffS5Wfm3W StJyC3ti3lWJiy - sfAgjI - w f iTTL r ri iS i Stl5 sareatra ttZEijL2 fcfe 33 - rV l2st ti4-- mtw iH HB E3i n - THti 14 m I m-- F m WB P3 P L REESE General Manager mothers fathers brothers and sistcr3 t ARE ANXIOUS TO HAYE A GOOD ACTIVE PERSON IN EV-Â¬ i For Lexington and Vicinity address B- m131 Nuxxelly 7jraih Street- ERY TOWN TO REPRESENT US t I V1P if 1 For West Liberty and Vicinity addres a xfcr Caskey a For Sandy Hook and Vicinitv address MM Redwdtel Office in the jMammoth Reese Buildimr For Maysviile and Flemingsburg and vicimty address Z J Phelps Flemihgs-MT STERLING KY o JSSrA few Extra Canvasser wanted who can Come Well Recommended For Olive Hill and Vicinity address I Pebjoiy Esq Jameson Ky HH3 s2 f 4 7 fare- Â¬ this to show how I have been treated by R TUGGLE well oh farewell Meet me in heaven My these men Campbell Heilin and John WITH last and dying words to you I am innocent Itussel and I am satisfied they bulldozed of the charge for which I must die I have George Ellis into making the confession COB- undergone hard trials and tribulations and Gentlemen I did not commit the crime of declared the truth and will declare it even which I am charged and say with a truthful Manufacturers of unto death Your husband heart that Heflin Campbell and llussell arc Wm the sole cause of my death by pursuading Xeal At half past 11 this morning he ate and paying Ellis to swear against me Fellow-I write this With my own pen his last meal on earth The death war citizens owl seal it with my own blood for it is rant has been read to hin and all is in truth and oh there is a day in the future 654 and 656 W Wain Street readiness for the scaffold scene when my innocence will be proven and if LOUISVILLE KY Excursion trains from Ashland Cat not on earth the Goo of Truth will certain lettsburg Jlorehcad and Greenup brought ly vindicate me for He knows Lam innocent thousands into town about 10 this morn Â¬ of thq charge Any confession reported to sgSee our Styles and get our Prices be fore buying ing Other thousands trooped in on foot be made bv me is false in everir particular WmH Neal Catalogues and Price List sent an applicafrom mountain farms and mining settle- Â¬ tion HISTORY OF NEAL ments till the town was too small to hold T iMTSEL McKEE J T OATHRSQHT ATTORNEY AT LAW No Jeuerson Street LOOISVILS KY IPCfeState Uburtsand bjjuumt axieiiMoiif rive 10 uusmesa uikui tates Courts- kinds in the Im -- til n Saddles Harness c Prhrhallfth M KASH f1L J PHYSICLVN ASURGEON Â¬ Â¬ Tenders his proftsonafrsryiees to thecitl izens of Wolfe and adjorniiigiconntie Oliiice at residence on Broadway IIAZEL GREEI KY PRECINCT CONVENTION Ca2ipton Ivy March 30 TnH Hazel Green Herald Editor of COUNTY As there is a misunderstanding by some as to the calls for the county and district convention in the legislative dis Â¬ trict composed of the counties of MontÂ¬ gomery Menifee Powell and Wolfe I respectful ly ask leave to say through the columns of your valuable paper First That the first call was made by iihe county committee of Wolfe countv for district conventions to be held in each voting precinct In Wolfe county on Saturday April 4th for the purpose of gcttiag an expression of the voters of Wolfe comity between her citizens so thatJwe may go before the general con- Â¬ vention with but one man from this county mittee to be held in the various counties on the 18th day of April for the pur-Â¬ pose of selecting delegates to attend the district convent m tobe held at French burg on the 22nd of 3fay The democrats of Wolfe county are thcrere respectfully solicited to meet a their respective voting places on the 4bh day of April at 12 oclock and cast thoir wtes for the man of their choice and send one delegate to represent each candidates strength from each voting precinct to a county delegated conven- Â¬ tion to be held at Campton on Monday April 5th to count the votes and ascer- Â¬ tain who Is the choice of Wolfe county to go before the district convention to le held at Frenchburg to nominate a candidate to represent tills legislative district in the next general assembly of Kentucky The two calls are separate and apart The first by the comity committee for county purposes aud the other by the district committee for district purposes b held In each county of this legislative district was made by the district com Â¬ Second The call for a convention to Joseph C Lykens Chairman County Committee Personal Parajrraplis 1L Patrick of Jackson was in town Saturday Jarry ElkhiK of Oampton was in town iS Friday us Friday John Horton of Oampton was in to 1 Wm Bally of Oampton called to see Day Rev D H Fallen was in town yester Â¬ day visiting friends Taylor Johnson of Ezel paid our sanc tu n a friendly visit Thursday last Wnt Vincil of Campion paid our sanctum a fripiidiy visit last Friday J-- G Trimble of tit Sterling is in town visiting the familv of J Tavlor Mirs Caroline Pieratt of Ezel spent avsrrai fays with relatives here last seeus last Friday 4KMik 3Xrs-- ing friends and relatives at this place last week fie1 J 3L Pieratt of Ezsl was visit Â¬ Trior He nwnt ioiTa t kUiUOt- t hA ilfW - reeu last week TrrtTTi3-TiTran-r spnt a jVJ Rnfn nf flip ivot onorf couple of days in Hazel Investigating claims a tmt OLV A- a U 1U1 crfvnl- lUUUiUl jga jpr - e jgrehis week compelled to give up editorial space to the Ways v ia them all Several street brawls have al Â¬ Neal was born on the banks of the KaÂ¬ ready occurred It is a savage blood Â¬ nawha a few miles below Charleston and April 2 1S53 His parents were poor then lay down on his wide cot without thirsty mob people who migrated from one place to GETS A LETTER FROM HIS WIFE undressing and wearing his handcuffs He soon fell asleep and did not awake till The morning passed without special another as work or caprice dictated 5 30 He lay awake for an hour without incident and ISeal received many callers While Billy was a barefooted youngster showing any desire to talk At 0 30 jail- Â¬ from Ashland and a letter from his wife they moved to Gallia county O but er Tyree called and on being addressed It covered a little more than a page of soon after returned to West Virginia At he said simply I feel very well His note As he read it his mouth twitched IS years of age he married a daughter of breakfast came in at 7 30 at which time and his eyes filled with tears but he Harmon Rice a small farmer on Catletts he was up and dispatched it promptly made no other sige and soon placed it creek a few miles back from Catlotts It is now certain that he will make no in his pocket only to be token out and burI Ky He has three children a confession though he may arrive at read and reread At 10 oclock Revs J daughter pnd two sons the oldest nine the trap very nearly exhausted He H McKinster and Wiseman both Meth- Â¬ yean old Removing with his little fam- Â¬ wore a cheap suit of grey jeans the coat odists at his request paid him a visit ily to Ashland he worced in the summer sleeves of which were nearly torn out by Neal said If-- it is Gods will my life in a brickyard but at the time of the the hustling he received yesterday But should be- taken I am prepared to go murder of the Gibbons children in De- Â¬ a new suit was provided for the other After a long conversation Neal said cember 1SS1 he was working in the roll-Â¬ hanging and in this he goes to the scaf- Â¬ Seven or eight years age when I was ing mill He is short rather dark with fold A collarless shirt and heavy cow- Â¬ preparing to go to a party I was pray-Â¬ light brown hair and hazel eves His hide boots complete his outfit No min- Â¬ ing alone and felt that God had forgiv- Â¬ expression is one of candor and kind- ister has called since his arrival and he en my sins I feel that I will be saved ness pesistcntly refuses to ask for one This If it wasnt for the grace of God Id be HISTORY OF THE CRDIE is attributed to the fact that after his re- Â¬ down in the dust now One month ago Feb 26 The Post spite a month ago he is alleged to have At 1015 Deputy Sheriff Armstrong printed a three column account of the said I will fight them his would be read the death warrant at the concliiT terrible Ashland tragedy the trials of lynchers till hell freezes over if you sion of which Neal sitting in his chair Neal and Craft the lynching of Ellis will take off my hand cuffs and give me merely nodded and the Catlettsburg mob a pistol Since that time the preachers According to the confession of Geo THE EXECUTION have discountenanced his religeous proprocession passed from Ellis he and Neal and Craft went to the At 1240 the fessions and he has come to an under- Â¬ the jail to the gallows Neal behaved little three room frame house of Mrs standing of their feeling He said to firmly and asserted his innocence while Gibbons in Ashland on the night of jailer Tyree last night I want to walk standing on the traj Dccembar 23 1881 and outraged Fannie down to the scaffold I will get along At 105 the drop fell and at 120 he Gibbons and her visitor Emma Carrico all right unless I see the rope was pronounced dead both about 14 years old having first kill- Â¬ HIS LAST LETTEK TO HIS WIFE ed Robbie Gibbons Fannies lame WRITTEN IN HIS OWX BLOOD 2 eal this morning wrote the following letÂ¬ brother who slept on a lounge The statement of Neal written in his ter to his wife in the same room with the girls Mr3 My Beak Wife As this is ny last night own blood and sent to Alf Burnett the Gibbons had gone to Ironton with Ster-Â¬ on earth vou know how sad I feel and with Charleston W Va detective is briefly ling her son The three men pleasure f state to you that I will soon be as follows then murdered the girls They poured at rest with my Savior and those dear ones On the night of December 23 1SS1 I left that has fallen asleep whom you and I did the mill at ten minutes after 12 oclock and coal oil on them and set them on fire and love some dearly It is hard for you and I started for home Walked about three left the house at 315 in the morning and our dear little ones to partbut Gods quarters of a mile at night with dinner The fire was not discovered till a quar- Â¬ will be done and you may rest assured that bucket and small lamp in hand Arrived at ter to 0 two hours and a half later and we will meet again and never no never to home about half past twelve at night knockthen it had not burned outside of the part Teach our little ones to be truthful ed at the door my wife opened the door I and honest with all men Raise our chil- Â¬ entered my house eat a cold lunch and re- room where the three murdered victims dren up in the fear of God So when their tired withmy wife and children Just as I lay Neighbors rushed in and rescued troubles are over on earth they will have a retired Miss Martha J Hood a young lady them and foud that they had been first home beyond the grave You must not that my wife had to keep her company got murdered and then fired The three grieve after inc It will do no good Only up and sat down by the grate I asked her men were arrested on Ellis so called con- Â¬ prepare to meet in a better world Here I if she was sick and she complained of neu state to you again my entire innocence of ralgia in the face At these words I fell fession and Neal and Craft were con-Â¬ that horn ole enme for which 1 must die asleep and as I had done a hard days work victed after two trials apiece one at Cat- Â¬ and thank God X have told nothing but the and felt tired I slept souudlv up till the lettsburg and the other at Grayson At truth concerning the ease and all I can do aawn or ay was tnen awtiiceneu by my the Catlettsburg trial Ellis repeated his is to put my trust in God for lie knows wife and Miss i Martha J Hood ryiug the impossible confession having meantime best for us all and will in Ilis own appoint-Â¬ Gibbons house was on fire I dressed and on different occasions retracted it Af-Â¬ ed time vindicate me of the charge and as ran to the scene and rendered what assist- ter the trial while in Lexington jail he I have lived like a man I shall die like a ance I could I did not see Ellis Craft or again fully retracted and denied his con- Â¬ man telling the truth What I say on the George Ellis on the night of the 23d of Defession so before the second trial of Neal esanold you keep as a memorial of me and cember 1S81 Neither were they on my one day the guilty will be brought to jus- mind in fact I did not see anyone on mv and Craft at Grayson an Ashland mob tice and then all this disgrace will be takan way home from the mill took him and hung him in the door yard off of you and in children I worked right along at the rolling mill of the Gibbons residence He died de Â¬ Dear wife I ain dying for a crime I did till January 2 On that day James Heflin not commit and onedav it will be proven the detective came to the mill and told me nying his confession Craft was hung Tell your mother and father aud also my John llussell wanted to see me I went October 2 1883 at Grayson protesting mother father brothers and sisters to meet down to the Aldine Hotel Russell and Al his innocence me in that bright home above I forgive Campbell were together in a room there all as 1 hope to be forgiven and pray that llussell accused me of the murder I denied Naked and Tliey Ciotlxetl Hi in Goi will forgive those who have swore rav it Campbell said he had Ellis confession Sentinel Democrat g life away Oh dear wife it is so that I helped to do the murder and he read to nie to bid vou and my lovimr babies it to me We went into the next room and The sheriff of Powell county came here good bye for the last time on earth The saw Ellia I asked him what he had lied on Tuesday night to take Will Alexander to sting of death is all and then I will be at we for and he muttered out something in rest and be free from trouble hard trials fact he was under the influence of liquor I Stanton for trial on a charge of robbery and persecutions attempted to strike him but was prevented Will knew that it was aginst the law to o prepare yourself and raise our little They took me back in the room I was first take a naked man through the streets babies in the fear of Goo so that when you in llussell saw that George Ellis had lied and so he quietly disrobed and bnrnea are done with the sorrows and troubles on and spoke of it at the time up all his clothing But alas for human earth if God will permit I will meet you Eilis had fixed the time of the murder hopes Rather than see him suffer kind and hold a light to lighten you across the about midnight and they saw that would dark chilly stream of death and welcome not do so they afterward changed it and friends robed him out in second hand you in that bright home that Gojd has pre- made it later in the night at a time they clothes and sent him on his way not re- Â¬ joicing He had been confined in our pared for all his believing children thoughjwgubldo Good-bye dear wife and children and I am innocent of this charge and t write jail for some time for safe keepings THE MORNING HOURS ICcal retired at 1 this morning Â¬ 17-year-old Itf 1S8 POUNORY Tine Street Cincinnati ALLISON SMITH The type on which this fccper Is printed the above foundry Editor nsnAUJ rPE K A IFTZTjrZf Ohio la from A PORTER LACEY ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMESER OF DBPOsrrioNs HAZEL GPwEEN KX OftOlip upllilp The Water1 of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KING-These springs are located three quarters of a mile from the beautiful town of Kaeel Green- - Tho water contains a larger par eentage of iron than any other water known hence it is the most valuable in the cure of disease used internally or externally Among the many diseases which flesh is heir to and for which this wonderful water is known to be a positive and permanent cure are the following CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKLN DISEASES SCROFULA CAÂ¬ J P HOGESS with Louis Stix IMTOKTKKS A3TD CvJ J JOBBHRS OF Dry Goods and Notions TioeiRac axd UinoN CLNGLNNATi V Streets 6 LEON Iff A UBS Qv TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NER Â¬ C VOUSNESS othin CLOTH HOUSE B E EOBEBTS St- --- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We append a few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ timonials which have been tendered as to AND the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thauful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swaugo Springs Freelv do I give all the time and money spent there for the health and stremrth I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois says I think the S W coil PEARL AND yiN STREETS water of Swango Springs did me more good than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I GrNOLNNATDO- will certainly be with you again next spring References It T Smith J G Trimble P L Reese MtSterliir Kv F AL ilinkle jrMrs F M Ilinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Ky A large hotel is now being built which wmr will ailbrd ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board HARRISON SWANGO c address Or this office Hazel Green Ky Garter Bros ftSSi WHOLESALE Â¬ 3QHH KEEF DEALER IN Â¬ Â¬ FINE HOESES MOUNT STERLING ry Goods and Notions 729 731 an Jolin A Carter 1 73S James G Cirter D A Forlins pLAlN STREET Jo CBethelx LOUISVILLE K J G Carter Jr EY A SPE heart-rendin- COACILER3 AND ROADSTERS CIALTY E YOUNG Wholesale and Retail -- j22Any one wishing to visit Chicinrati or Louisville can leave their horses with me and rest assured that they will receive every attention be watered fed groomed and bedded Soliciting your custom I re-Â¬ main Yours truly JOHN KEEP note heads bill heads cards c andpromptly executed at thiofnce GROCER AND DEALER TX 9 4 Â¬ PRINTING OF ALL IONDS Such as envelopes letter heads tas Wines and Liquors LEXINGTON KY neatly -- jGzLsh v l5fcirV paid for country prodttCtoofall juui uuii5J BQr -- - y -- - i 1 PWAfea9 C t - -- - p isy rm wWlMMMMiWMtoin atftwttiiMfn 3 c W -- IX - s- - - m- t- - xj - - igf i 4 v 4 f r Mr Alex Creech has- been quite ill for several days iSeportccl by Special Correspondents from Business continues dull here Our onJlll Points in the Mouutainx ly hope is the log market Died on the 20th ult of pneumonia iHorgran County Wm Caudle aged about twenty two MAYTOWN years M Day and lady are In town ColL Walton Calhoun was taken sick very B T Bean of Mt Sterling was here suddenly while out making rails a few on business last week C days ago but is almost well again Joseph Dixon of Paintsville Ky is Wolfe County in town the guest of Marshal Day Smock of Louisville spent last STILLWATER JH Sabbath in town the guest of E B to The Herald Success May Born to the wife of J M Taylor a it Scott Batliff and lady of West Virgin- Â¬ son ia are visiting at H C Lacys this Corn and rouglmess are scarcer than week ever hefo re known in this part of the Dr J C Templeton of Bloomington country Ky is spending a few days with his old David Lawson of Spradling moved to friend Dr Dixon this place last week and is running his A D WaldeckandHon Ed C Orear blacksmith shop of West Liberty were here last week on Bowan D Bose near this p ace re-Â¬ professional business ceived a letter from his son Bobert last Mrs Jennie Pieratt of Blackwater weelc who he has not heard from for five has been visiting her sister Mrs W L years Then he was in Texas He now Stamper and her brother E B May writes from Klamath Oregon and says Archibald Day is visiting his son he is well and is keeping batchalors hall Judge B F Day of Mt Sterling and jHe left home seven years ago at the age his daughter Mrs Bettie Brown of of eighteen You may imagine they Spencer Station were glad to hear from Imn Miss Yicie Gillispies solict school Tost Thibib closed one day last week She will start in the near future to Abington Ya to Our County Schools make that place her home For the benefit of those whom it may Bev Obediah Sexton preached his concern I have thought it not amiss to semi centennial sermon at this place last giyea brief summary of common school Sabbath to a large and appreciative con- Â¬ statistics of Wolfe county for the school gregation Mr Sexton is seventy nine year ending June 30th 1885 Whole years old and is wonderfully preserved number of white children within the for one of that age school age 2235 number of school dis- Â¬ Married March 26 James H Clarke tricts 42 number of districts in which a of this place to Miss Bachel A Nickoll five months school was taught 26 num- Â¬ of Flat Bock Morgan comity Bev W ber of districts in which a four months L Stamper officiating Attendants U school was taught 9 number of districts S May Alonzo Clarke and Misses An- Â¬ in which a three months school was nie Kiekell and Elizabeth J Clavpool taught 7 average number of children Archibald Day and lii H amiable lad who attended the various schools 28 on the 13th ult prepared a dinner for number of male teachers who have taught their old friends and neighbors Quite the present year 27 number of female a number were present to enjoy the teachers 15 Amount of money to be Amonpr the large drawn fron the school fund proper for bountiful repast crowd we noticed J T Stamper and the payment of teachers 346425 James Cox of Bed Biver W T In addition to the above we have one Day H Clay Lacy and lady H colored school with a pupilage of 55 Boling and lady Mrs B Boling Mrs children and it is but just that the spirit Nancy Spradling Mrs Nancy Ward and and zeal manifested by the teacher and Mrs A Canoy of Maytown Mrs Bat- Â¬ patrons of this school in trying to im- some had expressed the opinion that on- Â¬ liff of West Ya and Mrs Bettie Brown instruction been Ir Alex Hargis of Jackson has our ly the Calaboose country answered the of Montgomery Mr and Irs Day were Eartfew others in has countysurpassed by the fs thanks for a copy of the paper contain- - reauirements But the main discoveries among the first settlers of this country In the ing an account of seals execution which fhad been made by 3Irs Timmins She By their straight forward course in life ber last months of September and Octo- Â¬ I visited and lectured every we print in tliis issue a had had two descriptions one a general and suavity of manners have won the school in the county save one and from description to find the right section and esteem and confidence of the people Hev P P iliekcl preached at Prehch the other a special description to find Their ages are respectively seventy two my experiemce and observations can truthfully say that the jeople in general hurg last Sunday having missed his ap-Â¬ the mine after the right creek had been and sixty one are taking much greater interest in the pointment on the 3th Sunday on account found During the war this special de Last Thursday night the Maytown success of our common schools than ever of sickness in his family scription had been lost but the Cala- Â¬ Band of Hope had another meeting aud before At present many of the teachers boose country so exactly filled the re-Â¬ was addressed by Col L M Day The of this countv are attending the Hazel 3JL Tauibee left yesterday for the quirements that trusting to her memory was pleasant and a large and en- Â¬ Green high school under the immediate purpose of matriculating in the A1 M she had gone to work to locate the veins night thusiastic crowd greeted the speaker College at Lexington Ky where- - he ex- Â¬ On his return from the British navy After the introduction by Bev W L instruction of Prof N B Hayes and we can now reasonably with pects to remain for 10 months the country had changed so much that Stamper the speaker led oil in a manner pleasing anticipations look forward when to the future Swift had been unable himself to find that soon convinced the large that Bev J T Pieratt of the Christian his old location but in giving the direc- Â¬ he was equal to the occasion crowdabout this section of the country will be bless- Â¬ For church preached sit Maple Grove Morgan tions which he possessed he said that when one hour the speaker held his audience ed with a far better class of teachers bet- Â¬ county last Saturday and Sunday mid the country was all inhabited it would as with a chain The evil effects of in- Â¬ ter armed and equipped more thorough- Â¬ practiced and experienced for the field reports large attendance at service be easy to learn of the creek with the temperance were shown up in a masterly ly service of which lies before them natural bridge and that they were never way and more than one resolved never J M KASH Gaskey PicVatffof this place luive to search for his old furnace as he had to touch the flowing bowl or sparkling Common School Supt Wolfe Co just received 10000 pounds of choice taken pains to destroy all trace of it but decanter Why not every town in East-Â¬ family fiourncluding the Famous that it had been about one mile below ern Kentucky follow the example of Mysterious Disappearance Mifles ana 32zel brands which they proÂ¬ the natural bridge Mrs Timmins said Maytown and organize against this the Sentinel Democrat pose to sell cheap that after she had found the ritrht country deadliest foe to the race Upwards of she then had to prospect for prospects sixty persons have taken the pledge and Cecil of Grassy Morgan coun- Â¬ Bobert A little son of Calvin Bradly at Bed but that now she had carried the work fol- Â¬ ty has disappeared in such a inanner as with more to donned the blue Biver died on the 2th ult aged IS beyond all great risks and that the sink- Â¬ low Let the good work go on until the to cause his family much uneasiness He months It had been ill for about five ing of a sliaft would end her investiga- Â¬ temperance banner Â¬ is a young man about 22 years of age a so long months The parents have the sympathy tions She said that with 200 she could ed in the dust shall that hastriumph trail- son of James M Cecil and is a moral so Â¬ float in over of the people In their affliction open a richly paying mine in 26 days a free virtuous and happy people ber industrious and upright boy He is made of the a member of the firm of Bobert Cecil time She had had assays Duster Our correspondent who seems hurt at ore and it had yielded both gold and Co dealers in general merchandise at caxey Grassy and was doing a good business ouraiot publishing his communication silver that the ore was not rich on the Stock especially cattle is beginning owed no debts had a good stock of goods Is respectfully informed thatifp slight surface but fully as rich as the surface of was Intended We simply didnot see the the famous Eureka mine had presented to sell very brisk on hand and some money His partners Corn is scarce and is selling where are his brother necessity for the correction and hence She had specimens at her room that any Whitt Cecil and W 1 per bushel de- Â¬ there is any to sell at C Kendall of West Liberty failed to publish it one was at liberty to examine She Winter has at last broke and farmers On last court day 16th inst In this sired however that examinations should busy preparing the coining crop H T Bean the live superintendant cf be made at the mine so that there could areWm Heddleson for Nicholas county city he was here and sold eight yoke of of thejMt Sterling Iron fence foundry and be no suspicion of any fraud She said oxen and two horses On Tuesday morn- Â¬ Ky has been here for some time buy-- ing he deposited some money in hank to co was In town last Friday that there were really two mines or two machine stocK He was enroute for Jackson He is sell Â¬ openings of perhaps the same vein one innBorn To the wife of E S Lvkins on his firms credit and also to the credit of ing a large amount of the beautiful fence on the ridge the other in the valley The some other parties to whom he owed ridge mine has large deposits of black March 19th a boy to the wife of Jas M money for stock He left his bridle and Ills company manufacture mamnmese fche desires to go on with Benton a girl saddle at Trimble Bios to be shipped Married March 20th Mr Bance with some goods home On the same Our Bed Bi ver correspondence Isna workn the ridjre The openmg of such Toidahly crowded out of this issue but a mine sis she has Tcason to believe iay Oney of Magoffin to Miss Margaret Pra- Â¬ morning he bought a suit or clothes and of this for fhe information of our friends in that hidden in the hroken clifls of Wolfe terWheat inplace neighborhood this I am sor- Â¬ a valiseheat Caldwells and about 11 nclgliborhood we refer them to the com county would change this whole coun- Â¬ oclock took the valise and clothing imunicatiou of Joseph C Lykins chair Â¬ try as a similar cause had developed the ry to say will not make more than half from the store aud this is the last that is known of him It is believed that he took man of the democratic countv commit great mining centers of the Cascade and the average yield has bought tee the Bocky Mountains This woulu bring WJas W Praterdeceased at the store of the west bound train at 11 oclock All this place the employes at the depo and the conduc- Â¬ railroads and all the inprovements of and C Prater will continue the business at the old tors have been seen and they can recol- Â¬ Bcv Isaac Murphy of Grassy says modern civilization But to develop it one day last weet ins son iaiiea a needed men to get people interested and stand that lect no such person leaving here He skunk and that his little dog for which more means than was at her desposal siie The Herald is a welcome visitor failing to come home when expected he would not have taken 10 ran up and had spent much and did not wish to sac- Â¬ and we think every person who wishes to two of his brothes came here Sunday and gave tne vannmr a gooa shamng ana rifice her little home in the west but keep posted in the local affairs of the after learning the facts stated above con- Â¬ the perfume of the critter killed his though that it was now time for others mountains should subscribe for it cluded that he had gone oft on a trip Lex purp aud they returned home take a part of the burden She had to 3uiiifu County His conduct is very strange and can- Â¬ The Christian people of 3Iaple Grove done all the prospecting found the very all that remained to be not be satisfactorily accounted for We FRENCHBURG neighborhood In Morgan county about veins sought sink the shafts done wasto at- Â¬ feel sure that there is nothing wrong and Mrs Fannie Thomas was unable to five miles from here have about com- Â¬ She had had no encouragement and no tend her school for some days but is no w in due time he will probably account for edifice for religious pleted a fine church dis- Â¬ out again this strange freak services In that place The Baptist the investigaton had beed made of her any one who could judge of Mrs Lou Power was taken seriously Christian and Presbyterian denomina-Â¬ covery oy except herself The theories Freight and JKxpress Itist its value ill a few days since but has now about tions united in building the structure The folowing is a list of the freight had been overthrown in Cal- and will hold service as follows Baptist of jreolojnsts nndmg coal on mils ust recovered and express matter at Bothwell for the by A number of our citizens are suffering 2d Saturday and Sunday Bev W S aiorniavalleys from gold and silver hear- Â¬ across from severe colds contracted during the week ending Friday March 27th Maddix Presbyterian Bev E P Mickel LHS CLASS NAME PLACE sil- Â¬ recent cold snap 3d Saturday and Sunday Christian Bev ing quartz why might not gold and 711 A T A B Tieratt Ezel groceries 3S15 X T Pieratt 4th Saturday and Sunday ver quartz be found in Kentucky just Judge D S Godsey was in our town A H Hargis Jackson groceries aeross from coal The veins discovered Tuesday looking after his interests in 200 J M Rose Stillwater nails Heujlld is this week truly the were in a broken part of mountains torn the legislative race J W llnff Wcllincton hardware etc 3SG0 Tun ages 350 A boy baby about two months old was G Y Sewell Jackson stove etc herald of a noisy world with news from asunder by mighty upheavals of earth past and the ver depths of the 80 left on the stiles of Aaron Combs a re- Â¬ Vn II Tuulbee Hazel Green seeds all nations lumbring at his back We I were opened for mans investigation C Taylor llariba groceries 425 spectable citizen of Menifee on the publish a complete epitome of home 100 W Scott fche was sorry that former want or success night of March 24 Mr Combs when he WinE Combs Comwell household goods 3675 news in compact shape and are glad to Jackson groceries the Swift mine the fact that had discovered it pursued the mother VV S naddix Jackson groceries note the fact that the people appreciate in locatingwoman and 2034 the old erroneous she was a miles overtaking her about S5o Lane groceries it by thfir subscriptions Go on with opinions of geologists had all conspired to andhouse compelled herfive return from J RMElkins- BroBonny lpackogc to his and W 25 Carpenter the good work and afd us in extending 25 prevent an investigation of her discover- Â¬ get it The mother proved to he a Miss County Clerk Jackson 1 package Its circulation to 2000 We have the Breathitt County Jackson 2 bundles 450 ies by competent judges and she asked Nancy Fugett of Morgan county material for sl much larger paper and W O Mie Hazel Green moulding c 600 themselves the justice hearers Toot just sis soon as the patronage will justify herlooking to do the truth of what she Svrango Bro Hazel Green 1 bbl syrup 600 into of rothwell Campton Mill Co Campton shafting 1700 it will he enlarged held to be facts valuable to the whole Corn and hay are very scarce in this F McGuire Hazel Greed groceries fcc 795 CHAIIGE CLASS XAME PLACE At the sale of property of the late state presentation of the subject was county Her Big John Wilson of Hazel Green New Mill Co Hazel Green 1 package 80 Wm Prater deceased on Saturday last 25 E P Mickell Hazel Green 1 bundle Bacon sold at 13 cents per pound candid intelligent and earnest and was was in our village one day last week 25 Â¬ R A Guilders Maytown 1 bundle well received that it will not he long S A railroad is now runThe Ky JDick Brown 1 vearling colt 37 Elijah so 60 Jackbn 2 bundles JJ DickeyCooper Jackson peasbooks 1 CO Batlifie 1 mule 80 Pres before Hazel Green will know whether ning two round trips each day The pros- Â¬ Itev W B etc S A as Elkana Phelps Frencliburg 1 bundle d exton 1 mule 93 BenÂ¬ there is gold and silver in Wolfe county pects are good for the K 30 is about fourteen saw mills that Carewell Son Jackson 1 packase there 25 ton Collier 1 jack 80 Sam Wheeler 1 A Call will ship over the road this year W It Tabok Agent 140 stallion La Payette Dennis 1 A few nights ago a posse of masked The members of the democratic county mare 12350 Berry 2SIckeli 1 horse West Virginia says a Wheeling pa- Â¬ committee of Wolfe county are respect- Â¬ men went to the house of Tom Barnes a 5850 B P Sexton 1 horse 38 P requested to meet me at the court delicate man of this county and boat per sports a lawyer who sued a dead 3L Murphy 2 steer calves 2185 Kel fully sey Murplry 2 heifer calves 2350 B house in Campton on the 6th of April him unmercifully The mob accused man got judgment issued an execution to determine the of F Sexton I cow and calf 4175 Simon at 12 oclock m delegates to attendman- Â¬ him his laziness and not furnishing food advertised his propcry sold it got the family Barnes left home and money and spent it for whiskey before the for 3825 Dial Gullett 1 ner of selecting Sexton 1 cow convention to be held at French went to Powell county rented him a the court was apprised of his death Harvey district 3525 heifer heifer 3775 hunr May 22d to nominate a candidate place and was returning home when he Hamilton 1 The President nominated S S Cox to heifer 27 to represent this distriet in the next leg- - was taken down sick and died in a few 5ortes Hash 1 hours It is thought that the whipping be minister to Turkey and senate con- Â¬ islature of Kentucky J C Lykixs 75Vand 1 yearling 17 Doc Murphy Longfellow caused his death firmed the nomination Wednesday Chairman County Committee 17 iboarhof SWIFTS SILVER MINE Few Xrs Jtefeecca P Timmins 3fakc Jpjrdve its Existence- Statements to On Wednesday evening March 25th Mize Hfllf this town was filled inth our dtizensgathered there to listen to a Always In Advance presentatirn of that subject of which so fwn said lJUt mli lineKentucky- silver SO little really Mrs mines Imown WeWMxita eocKpoodentPin every BebeccaP Timmbwas introduced by pzitelaetlu the cotmtk of Wolfe Mor Tr r Kaab She is a lady of nie- Magoffin Pow i diurn height 57 j ears of age Ihoaghshe ltwet3 ellSEIliott EstilL Pirn- - d Floyd la looks much younger wuu pieauut fea Â¬ at every ptwit m the mptaataiiMr J tures and a frank earnest inanner that Tvnte for 1etw m auut ftcj impresses in her favor She is one of the Inst that would he selected as visonary or hvpercnthusiastie TIWCTAJWE Sfic began hysa ing that it was not Kentucky it Atlantic her intention to deliver a lecture but as a plain woman to make a plain state- Â¬ Injfti atorerihan MC ment of a few facts which she wished to Sfcankri time 2 be better known througout this section r 1 leaves Tt SffigiW- - u arriving She said that she spoke with some w 4t Rothwefi knowledge of the subject as she had been r Cleaves HodnrcS arrives at engaged in the prosecution of her inves- Â¬ m Ji Sterile m ar tigations for ten years fc 140 i- Ko 3 leaves Mt Steifc rive xt 3totkTWtJ0 P In She said tliat the mine of which she No 43cjires BfttlnnllQMgp- - in nrnves was to speak would most properly be at Xt Sterling Srtfljbg- - the name called Swifts mine even No 5 ccmaccte atf Xt Stftftifiwith 1X05 a had become a synonym for If failure She Ggfc O railway in Ha L57 p jr 4rle Â¬ for Lexr5n Cincinnati ju Louisville had only followed Swift and all her dis 5sTo 3 connects ut ML StexliKgrilh 1105 a coveries were owing to the directions She train ouCO ironi 1M HELst aril 130 which had been left by him in p m train from LouilIaaiCincinnati thought that the project ought not to be igrMonigomery coMnty cowrgday fecial unpopular because it was being pushed In each leaves KotWell on the Sterling forward by a woman no man had come month at 730 a jul on her Her Hetwning t9amarriving at learccXi yterliujyit forward and it had fallenan old compa husbaud had belonged to 3 p nu KofhweMlt 430 p m Leaves l6tuwil for Mt StefiEnjr at 5 p m nv organized to find Swifts mine UU IS HJUUK Sunt cliartered in the time of Gov Desha To Tr this company she had been admitted as a member but the did not begin to do HAZEi GREEK KY any thing personally until her husband WEDNESDAY APBIL 1 1SS5 and all the rest of the company died leaving her the only one who would pros- Â¬ ecute investigations JL0CAL Her descriptons called for a stream with two forks and a natural bridge which of the iQur ProEencorrespondeace Is unavoid- - were answered in tlie formation region five miles north of Campton in vt iiblycrowded out this weefc what is known as the Calaboose coun- Â¬ Here she first found all the landjrifeof try required but there were no tracesÂ¬ Born on the 3Qth marks -3L E OHair a son GroveM of any argentiferous quartz She had a general description of the Green Ward who lias beenving on Prozen in Breathitt has movedliisJiam- - section and her knowledge of Eastern Kentucky enabled her to state that no Jiy oacjr to nazei ureen he former other section filled them Tkev E P Mickel has placed us under members of the company hud wasted obligations for sevices rendered this of much time in looking through the moun- Â¬ tains of Virginia but towards the last fice ana viU please accept our thanks 1 THE HERALD lOGc Per Annum OORBESPOffDEOE EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS COUNTIES- BY UreatUitt County KOTJSSEATJ Herau All here are highly pi eased with The - HANLY teir JUDY gmGvait jf - t -- Maysville street and have added largely to their stock of MT STEPvLINS KXy Have moved to Large Mew House oil -- -- Hardware Queensware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels c Whicli they are selling at Eock Bottom Priced Gall and see them in their new quarters A fall stock of Wagons Buggies Eockaways c HANLT JUDY fpto aerlict 11 4M Â¬ -- ADAH IK AUM IT -- 3lflay mrqiIt Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of TIT -- mm lulti t mWS 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 N II THIMBLE BOBT 31 THIMBLE ultitoe -- -- TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IX - - J -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden eeas Mt sterling Ly They carry the largest stock an do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling -- m ar i i Wit ESTABLISHED IN 5845 The Leading Insurance Agency OE MT STEELING KY Toval Assets of Agency S4S8487SO SO 1S85 183G I Liverpool an London and Globe of England 1S09 North British Mercan tile of England 1794 Ins Co of North America of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Onicetof London I7S2 rhenix of London Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 36S75000 00 1S10 Hartford of Hartford 1849 of Liverpool 9260000 JDO 33301000 00 1863 Piremens Fund of Cali Springfield oSpringfield 4o41240j 00 25S5633 00 1473026 00 11548S9 00 fornia 971696 33 1869 Northwestern National oSG3000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 53S3918 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg l5743o 00 411499 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anypricc The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as tlity would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds ia trust Look to quality as the A HOFFMAN lnramount consideration of insurafee Respectfully Office At Traders and Deposit Bank NW fTTTT JONES all MfulffaiD 200 3 i 755 r DEALER IN I 3 S 1 IsO 10 MAIN STEEET - - - MT STiatLESG KY argest Stock of Clocks CLOCKS FBOM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Dav Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES jjiiver Plated Spoons I in Eastern Kentucky 3 7i5 100 DOLLAR UP 9 00 1 00 HifParticuIar attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods JOHN W JONES THE MT STERLING P iS I uui Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictlv Wrought Iron Fence and that the best in the world can bur no other We also msike a style adapted to euclosing 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 greatly enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department Is supplied with the mejt mod- Â¬ ern machinery antl our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per Â¬ formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a special of 1 - Qumrning and Hammering Saws Mt Sterling Kyv C two-year-o- ld No other shop outide of Louisville can say the same- jSSSaw mill men will do well to call on vis or write for information Catalogues furnished on application to three-year-ol- R T BEAN Supt SAVE YOUB MONEY AND BUY YOUB GOODS CHEAP FROM F FBITZ LOUISVILLE LODGING HOUSE N E corner 5th nd Jefferson two-vear-o- ld two-vear-o- ld two-year-o- ld iCKELL DAYgBOROUGH KY Ky Entrance on 5thr up stairs M 1 Wiotsxax Night Gleriu z - MK8 EFE3ESLaS - - j - - - iifiwi ii in a in nil m mm m mmiii n - - - i r inrwniff i r nri ririn fir fv in n ii r r- rn r n mfiiJi t - im - - -- - f- - - - ---r- r-wr ff WW - IJK1 jjji ii 3ke3 VJfef wVir nH5SWSafBRW5re Hs jms Slsesasirass ry JLMgr- TT nafPt LIJ Btek MSTT-v t--v- TS -- - iMiMMtaiJfS T T 9Wi UA 1 23 j t i H I J3S irJftt5 i a2i3p -- W si - - Tssr rv zri r ivtwn THE PLAGUES OF MEXICO 4Cbe FLYING FINANCIAL KITES j EVENING SONG UBSCR1 TO Spirs cone Faany aC tte Tjeraatala Vipers XLrdJ8 The VlHagrHlo B- - Worrinient Reasons darting jtoout walls and floors with lightning rapidity dropping doivn upon you jtojh me rooi lurKnig nnaer rags and tabiespreads their tails which jre inconceivably Dnriur most o the year tiie tierra i calieate would be cbarmins ere it not for tie drawbacks of fever and Tenoinous creatures Perhaps the most common pligue is the alcarwn or scorpion They numerous at certain Wards Mexico Letter1 Sidney Banier That Will Make a 3Iau Look off dear lover across the sallow sands Gray in Htss Than a Tear yon And New York Sun Â¬ f hold thedreaded sting ready to Hy np on the instant It is said that their bite is most to be apprehended at midday Imt every article you put on in the morning must be treated like a dose of medicineno be well shaken before taken They are generally from two to four inches long and the iiuali yellow-isli-brovariety are iqoiw dangerous In Durango they are black and so alarmingly numerous that the govern- Â¬ ment bas offered rewards so much per tail to whoever will kill them Their sting is always fatal to a child and more or less severe to adults according io the constitution and state of the sys tem Some have been known to re cover after remaining eight days in convulsions foaming at tbemoulh and with stomach swollen as in dropsy Others by prompt and energetic treat- Â¬ ment do not suffer much The favorite remedies are brandy talcen in sufficient quantity to stupefy tlie patient guaiacum ammonia and boiled silk It is said that scorpions have the poor taste to prefer dark peo- Â¬ ple to fair ones a statement irhLh we devoutly desire to believed My irrepres sible Betsy has become an expert iu catching them with lassos of thread aftei which we suspend them heads downward in bottles of alcohol for the of microscopically - inclined benefit friends at the north The Indians eat them after pulling out the sting and doubtless they are as delightful a mor ceau as snails crabs frogs and similar American delicacies although your scribe begs to be excused from render ing other than hearsay testimony on wn Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ it -i- grows to enormous size in the south of Mexico The desert sands are full of them and their curious box like houses It is said that the horse which treads npon one will instantly lose its hoof another statement which must be taken with some grains of allowance as if literally true half the beasts in Ifexico would behoofless Casaiuapulga spiders are very similar to tarantulas often larger than the palm of your hand their broad hairy backs shading from bronze to yellow As for centi pedes I have seen many which were more than a quarter of a yard in length wandering about my room or drag ging their disgusting joints over the plaza bench on which I chanced to be seated- - ikme are nearly black but the most poisonous are the greenish ones Kose hundred legs are pale yellow They neither bite nor sting but when lhey-iaye crawled over any portion of your anatomy every spot toadied by one of their ieet will slough oS to the very bone and death is imminent from -- the subject The tarantula a shockingly soft fat creature covered with long black hair to waste it There goes the Prinee of Kiters re marked a former bank clerk of Newark us he pointed to a middle aged man with a look of trouble on his face who Tvas leaving the bank at the corner of Ive been in Broad and J5ank streets the business pretty extensively myself but I must give him the credit of being able to fly a bigger debt keeping up a respectable show all the time than any other poor fellow who has been ground between the Shylocks who lend money and the notaries who protest checks There are more kiters than you dream of I can soon tell one just as a gambler can pici out a gambler or one iin pecune recojnize another Every species of animal has its own marks and habits When I see a man shinning around Newark every morn Â¬ ing an hour or two after he ought to be at his store or office in 2vew York and trying to borrow somebodys check here and having hurried interviews with the notary there I say to myself- hai poor wretch is in the toils too In some way he contracted a small debt which he didnt want any one to know about and he thought to pull through by doing a little kite flying Its a mostly expedient I can assure Jou from experience It costs time lare disconntsand fre quent notary fees and the longer you go on the worse it is UI lived too expensively and got be hind financially I kept putting on creditors to whom I owed finally 400 but they pressed me hard until I bor rowed a friends check for 100 ana used it in satisfying for a time the hounds vho were after me Tv heu it became due I gave my own cheek to meet it and then borrowed another friends check to deposit against my own Thats the way I got started iiy creditors wanted the rest of their money andi therefore I borrowed 300 from a brother clerk paying a good discount for it So I kept on borrowing money and checks I found it easy at first to icpay the loans as they became due and was foolish enough to raise more money than I really needed and Â¬ Â¬ mark meeting of the sun and sea How long they kiss insight c all the lands Ahf longer longer we Kow in the seas red vintage melts the sun As Egypts paarl dissolves in ro3j wine And Cleopatras night drinks alL Tis done Love lay thina hand in mine Come forth sweet stars and comfort heavÂ¬ T F ROGERS May their HERALD ba a sue cefes and furnish news Txh fresh r interesting and spicy- c Glimmer ye waves round else unlighted sands O night divorce our sun and sky apart Never our lips our hands PARISIAN MARRIAGES ens heart MT STEELING KY Sends greeting to tlie GOOD PEO Â¬ PLE of Wolfe Morgan Menifee Magoffin Breathitt and Powell And while you are reading remeniber that to adorn the person with Eine t b tL How Matches Are 3Iade iu Fashionable Circles Gifts and Ceremonies Paris Letter in New York Sun A Year Always in Advance AN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by kiting it doesnt make much differ-Â¬ ence whether you add a little to the size of your kite or not I saw that another clerk was worrying his life out in kiting and one day I went to him and asked him what load he was carrying He 250 said What with discount and protesting expenses and reckless borrow ing beyond my needs I had got mv Â¬ When you are sustaining your credit Â¬ -- s TR bloodrpoisoning There are other interesting creatures for whose venom no remedy is known There is the chicaclina a striped viper with colors like a Koman ribbon the corallllo a viper of coral hue with coal black bead and the vinsgrillo an animal like a huge beetle whom you may discover by the strong odor of vin Â¬ egar which he emits He is an orange color and gently taps upon the person lie walks over without giving any pain 4ut leaving behind a long train of deadly poison How often has my fre Â¬ quent partner1 Betsy awakened me in the wee sma1 hours declaring she smelled vinegar all about us and such is the power of imagination that soon both of us could have sworn to it though no vinagrillo was to be found Then xheie is the salamanquera shaped like a lizard whose bite is death the eslaboncillo of similar shape wbi2h throws himsolf upon you and if pre Â¬ vented from bitting is said to die of rage There is also a spider like an ex aggerated glow worm who carries his lantern upon his back and another of beautiful black and red called the chin claquito whose sting sends racking through pains all your bones and the only cure is to shut yourself up several days in a close room thick with smoke There are gorgeous lizards dressed in scarlet brown spiders sport- Â¬ ing polka dots of crimson and gold milk white vipers and 100 other varieties whose names I do not know For- Innately most of them give warning of their presence either by the odor they exhale or the light the r emit or like the rattlesnake by sour iing a warning -- debt up to 1800 then and I thought it was a pity the young fellow should be risking his situation and fretting himself about a paltry 250 I decided to put him out of his misery and borrowed nnother check of 250 and ilew his debt beside my own I cant tell you of the spent in working the scheme hours I Every mornng before the banks opened I was flying around town borrowing friends checks for two or three dajs getting loans of money at high rates of usury and trying to fix things uiththe notaries And every day the debt was larger and the feat of flying it more difficult fortunately I was lucky in a speculation and was wise enough to nse the money thus made in paying off every claim against me and getting out of the kiting business If I haint 1 sbould have come to grief long before this for there is no such thing as avert- Â¬ ing a grand collapse some time or other in kiting unless you make an outside strike Iow I look on and see other feltows at the game Its the same old story with every one of them Day after day they go the round of banks notaries friends and Shylocks and a more careworn and perplexed set of unfortunates you cant find anywhere They are always at their wits end to know where the next cheek is coming from and unl iss they have a good stock of light heartedness in their natures as I have fortunately they will get wrinkled and gray in less than a year Ijidy Members of the 3Lcjion of Honor Â¬ Â¬ A writer in Le Figaro has recently taken upon himsolf the task of teaching people how to live in grand style Tn a recent article he has explained the cor-Â¬ rect ceremonial of a French marriage and it3 preliminaries First of all the match makers parents and friends hold all kinds of meetings and confaby lations at balls at the theatre at tl a races in all the fashionable meeting places If all the information obtained aboun the two parties is satisfactory nn Middle class interview is arranged people arrangethis first meeting at the Opera Comique the most correct and decorous of all Parisian theatres The aristocrats prefer the churches of Saint Clotilde or Thomas dAquin The young man is told that the young lady will wear such and such a hat and concealed furtively behind a pillar he examines her and decides whether she pleases him or not If her parents are less severe the first meeting may take place in a friendly house at a picture exhibition at a iiower shoAV or what not and the parties are allowednot only to see each other but to exchange a few words The following day a reply has to be given If it is negative on the part of the young woman her father writes to the young man thanking him for tbe honor of his demand and regretting for some reason or another not to be able to receive it favorably If it is affirmative the mother writes and invites the young man to call upon her in the afternoon The young man then sends a white bou- Â¬ quet to the yoang woman whom he may consider to be his flan ee and until the marriage is celebrated he must continue to send a bouquet every morning of roses camellias gardenias or violets Two or three days after his accept- Â¬ ance the contract is signed the engagement ring offered a sapphire a pearl or a ruby never a diamond and the young man is invited to dine in the family of his future wife every night The marriage is celebrated six weeks or two months after the engagement that is to say just time enough is left to buy the corbeille and trousseau The cor beille consists of diamonds and lace cashmere wraps two opera shawls cloaks four ball dres es zibeline furs a scent bottle a watch a purse full ol golden pieces a card case a pearl necklace and a dress of Alencon point lace -- m a v INDEPENDENT III LMUlini NEWSPAPER - - DEVOTED TO EASTERN KENTUCKY A3SD The PEDAL EXTREMITIES with Fine Cus-Â¬ tom BOOTS SHOES and SL1PPEES and the head with a Mce HAT contributes to comfort and haDDiness not forgetting the numerous ar-Â¬ ticles such as SHIRTS NECKEAB and 6N THE a Delopinent of her Great hy your friend Kesourees THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD All of the above wiil -- iirrsHsrsFi MliIWiiing l8 sold JtSTNext door to Exchange Bant Maysville Street TM lowest f F fROGERS avt 3Xt oodsprices Sterling Kvt H - Findings FWf i M- - i SrL- - What the Press of the State Think of It The Hazel Green Herald May it long live and flourish Growing in power and pluck as the Years ol Mountain wealth grow apace And the Day Star of Kight usuendeth Loeal Ed Three Forks Enterprise si JUa JifiL J5aiL it n W 1igiiSlS 1 Kts3l 4ifciinT Â¬ Â¬ Pall 3Iall Budget Â¬ - - r - -- fc- - r - - There are at present seventeen women in France who have received the distinction of the Order of the Legion of Honor The last of them is Mine St Juiien the superior of the Sisterhood of St Vincent and Paul who Las been en- Â¬ gaged at the Marseilles military hospital for thirty years The order is mostly given for devotion to the sick and wounded Lad Pigott for instance be- Â¬ sides several Frenchwomen has received the order as a reward for her services to the Avouuded in the Franco German war Eut the name of Rosa Bonhour artiste peintre is also in the list and we are told that Mine Abicot was dec- Â¬ orated for defending the house of the maire of Oison her husband against note armed men and that Mme Regis who is the first decoratedFrenchwoman Straining After JIunior earned her distinction in 1819 for reftlurice Thompson sisting the mob ifTho Tight ATord and the well wrought phrase have a value that we all prize The Sights of Havana butibe yarn is worth more than the Havana Letter knitting as our grandmothers used to Interest in Cuba however centers in say Straining after humor is one se- Â¬ Havana the metropolis of the West Inrous hindrance to the development of a dies It has a quarter of a million popula- Â¬ good style Genuine humor is so prec- Â¬ tion consisting of energetic people repious and therefore so desirable an in resenting all the great nationalities You gredient for seasoning literary dishes enter the harbor past Morro castle that we are willing to overlook some and see before you a picture as beau- Â¬ evidence of nervousness in the style of tiful as strange Green hills are those writers who feel the need of extra crowned with palm trees aud bauana exertion on their part to show at least a trees Houses dotting the scene of ample modicum of this saving salt but humor foliage here and there are one storied refuses to exhale from mere drollery of painted pmk or green many of them phrasing One is snfe in saying that white Boats having a single and whoreerthoreisa show of struggling brilliantly colored awning at the stern Henry Ward Eeecher tells this at his for expiession on the surface of style hover about the steamer Huge war own expense UA regiment of lumberthre is a very shallow spot of thought ships lie at anchor and grim forts men big tall fellows --if he surf is noisiest where it feathers frown from points of advantage on the from Maine were passing through ouon the sand shore Brooklyn in 02 There were about 100C Dress Jfot Sinful Vanity in all and I marched them up to PlyThe Creoles Cool Skin American Queen mouth church invited them in and gave Harpers Weekly Ru3kin is the first great writer who every man of them a whole seat with 2 There is a curious statement of divers writers to the effect that the skin of the has treated the subject of dress with cushion in it There they all sat witt west Indian Creole feels cooler than that due gravity He has shown us that a their knapsacks on and I got on th to of a European or American from the serious study thereof is a needful platform and began time preach iljJ in my life virtue instead of a sinful vanity and friends its the only northern states The same is true of ever preached a whole congregation tc the Louisiana creole the vigorous that a harmonious and well constructed European or northerner who touches a gown is as much a work of art as a sleep creole hand during the burning hours picture or a statue Neither can it bo A Kealtk Hint of a July or Angust day hasreason to argued that the work is mean since it Hang a thermometer in your living be surprised at its coolness such a cool is to adorn human beings who are room and see to it that the temperature nessasvtropical fruits retain even nnder after all natures masterpieces does not go above 72 degrees tbe perpendicular fires of an equatorial The London Globe says The higher isnn A little girl suffering with the mump the civilization the later the dinner as head Honesty is the best policy and that i hour In this country the lazier the declared she feltdown though a neck into her ache had slipped twhy it Ss counterfeited so much cook the later the dinner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vertisements The fiance sends these objects to the Capital Mr Spencer Coopers new pabride on the day of the signature oc the per The Hazel Green11erald has marriage contract a ceremony to which begun It eschews party politics and is all friends and acquaintances are in for developing the immense resources of vited The bride wears a rose colored its section The people of Wolfe will dress on this occasion the wedding find no agency in aiding progress so eff- Â¬ presents are exhibited with the names o icient as a wide awake paper and this ilr the givers the corbeilie is shown on a Cooper seems likely to give them separate table and all the guests Carlisle Mercury The first number of after signing their names to the foot Spencer Coopers new paper The Hazel the contract walk around and exam Greex Herald published at Hazel the presents Green Wolfe county has reached us The civil marriage before the m and shows up like a sure winner It will is a pure formalit at which uobo do much to bring out the great wealth present except the parties concerned and advantages of Wolfe and adjoining The follow the necessary witnesses counties and we hope it will be liberally day the religious marriage is celebraU with as much pomp as you please Tlu supported bride wears a white satin dress with a Three Forte Enterprise The initial lace veil over her hair and a wreath ol number of The Hazel Green Herald orange blossoms The face is uncovered is before us We are well pleased with and the dress high necked it in every respect but cliieny with the The rest of the ceremony does not dif splendid platform of principles set forth fer from that practised in England and in right brave words in its salutatory America There is a wedding breakfasi We are with vou Bro Herald as far and a honeymoon trip and very ofter as in us lies in all things tending to aid the couple so married do not livehappilj and elevate our section our state and ever afterward our country Vancfburg Courier TiHE Tho Beds of tho Gcrmnn Peasantry Gkeex Herald is the titljj of a spright- Â¬ Foreign Letter ly weekly coming to us from Wolfe coun- Â¬ The dwelling house or rather the ty this state is well The apartments are at one end of the barn filled with interestingHerald matter reading and are separate from the store room from the mountain counties and if prop- Â¬ for hay and grain by a brick partition erly appreciated and supported by the The sleeping apartments are made in the people of that section will prove a valua- Â¬ walls of the room those in the kitchen ble auxiliary in the work off development and dining room being used by tho fam- and progress now going on jn the eastern ily while the ono in the parlor is reMt Sterling Gazette The Hazel served for the stranger within theii gates The avails selected for the beds Glees Herald came -to h ind last week are the outside ones as they are thick neat as a new pin and- aliye with news enough to make a bed of the average The people of that section can support a width The walls are plastered nicely good paper if they try and Spencer and the beds are simply a niche large Cooper will give them just such a one He is a newspa- Â¬ enough for a bed the wall presenting if properly encouraged an unbroken surface save the opening per mail of experience and ability and we trust his venture will prove a success where you get into bed The Herald is independent in politics These openings are sometimes of an and will labor for the people of Eastern ordinary height while others require step ladder to reach them Tho bedt Kentucky irrespective of party are made first of a lot of loose straw Sentinel Democrat The first number surmounted by a thick feather mattress of The Hazel Green Herald was is- Â¬ This is covered with a sheet while abov sued on March 4th and flies the inde- Â¬ it is another mattress of fine feathers pendent flag promising to look after all made light enough to serve as covers office holders and expose their wrong do Â¬ Just imagine the feelings of an Ameri- ings if any exist It starts off with can who has to make and unmake his plenty of local news and items from toilet after getting into bed The open- neighboring towns The price is too low ings in the wall are closed by a caliec only 100 per annum Mr Cooper we curtain except the spare bed in the par- believe will givethe people more than lor which has doors of wood that arc the worth of their money and we hope opened and shut at pleasure the peeple will stand by him Success to The Herald A Whole Congregation Asleep Peninsula Enterprise Accomac C H Boston Globe Â¬ Licking Valley Scorcher The initial number of The azel Gheex Hekau came to us as bright and sparkling as a dew drop It is a nice newsy folio and well deserves a liberal support Clark County Democrat We are in receipt of the iirst number of The Her Â¬ ald a bright clean and newsy sheet published at Hazel Green Wolfe eounty It is non political and will be devoted entirely to the interests of the mounr tains Courier Journal Spencer Cooper has begun the publication of The Herald at Hazel Green Wolfe county It will be an exponent of mountain interests non political and a business enterprise purely It has a good showing in the ad- Â¬ six-colu- and the most entertainir offtred public Suits QTerr subjecta vritn fcirnew contains alllocator dbcnswm irorid attractivetr praa n ed and Utbe hwi a f th withou ecaa a-- fcsiilr papr P br m 8aeral azcaUen Is clear print ir pages dest ran Bn5httr n5 ofWesterxWkH firty six columns fine pper nttr tyc nm 3 S i ppr u and Tery aabicribcr racaiM fr of harst pcaUM THE TMCS ILLUSTRATED HAHD 0QK alcce jrorth the prico of subscription Th Eand ecok 1 a publication of one hundred pagM of uteftil and n iertftininjr reading matter 3DciaUT prepared and published for the subscribe of VeiiT Rata- All who tafee the paper are diightei with it and tfe Pes cop f tha paper Addre THI TIitHS 220 Walnut St CiacraATi0 to TIE CINCINNATI TIMES STM b5t trijt ti va1u cr nav andoalrjtx jt tobaiair 77 - cnumnt Til collars a Year or dentin politics but aims in STerrthisff aad just tc all partirs imiividuih eetsona and nationali Â¬ ties Ii tjii want alt the boaaatIt prsMeted snbrlbc for it attractiYlr aadctac-txXas nasast oy nr- Is the - 7 and cfceapost dnllr rsarar rrabllsiailSfaii pag fwtY Tioa jjit sarr is nr - -v AddroaTHE TTirSS STAi 250 Wain u St CEtecnraK cnururxtTi - Ow Â¬ fel m I a -- 1 m DEALERS IX-- -- i Ulililil 111 m a G SEEN 7 5 HAZEL ST Â¬ Carry in stock the LARGEST A3TD BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT Hazel GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the rience of many years in our line of business we feel justified in asserting to tEb trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do cax and will meet the wants off our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense stock of eir Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Slices Glotlimg Hats Caps Drugs xeensware r Hardware lautuery xi jueries Cutlery C G5C o-j-- 1 Ti we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of BLOWS- and GRASS - SEEDS Leaf Tobacco liive Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods or in settlement of ETotes and Accounts Your trade respectfully so- Â¬ licited J T E DAT Â¬ March 4th 1885 G B SWAXGO W T SWANG5l Â¬ J Â¬ BRO DSALSRS Â¬ is GENEEAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Va Â¬ Â¬ six-foot-fi- ve Â¬ H KEEPS CONSTANTLY OS 2IAKD JL FULL ASSORTBKT OT Green Kentucky has a welcome place on our exchange list Its editor and owner Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Spencer Cooper formerly of The Enter-Â¬ Caps prise office originated that enterprise and Queensware Tinware birth dates March 4th 1885 It looks its Cutlery Grocer Â¬ Hardware Table and as if it were not born under a wrong and Farming moon being the date of the return of the Democratic party to power and we In fact everything usually kept iu a Srsfc elass couatry 3tor and at BOTT01T FRICES can sincerely hope tfiat if there is not Also vill take in exchange for Goods or in payment of liny debt due us all kinds of millions in it to the owner he may reap a rich reward for his labor The first is Â¬ Country Produce and Live Stock of every description sue of Tile Herald has a neat and at- Â¬ tractive appearance is devoted largely S S COMBS J X VATTGHN to local news and shows that the editor is as much at home in the editorial sanc- Â¬ COMBS tum as he is efficient at the case In ev-Â¬ SEALERS IX ery department of the newspaper busi Â¬ ness in fact Mr Cooper will be found ca- HAZEL GXEE2T JLY pable and we sincerely hope he will re STOCK OP ALL KDCDS AND LIV ceive such encouragement as lie deserves and profit by it in a manner in which Gor Main and Jfarion Street and repaired in the best manner one so efficient as he is should do f The Herald published at Hazel Hats Boots Shoes Pocket Implements ies Stoves - VAUGHN FBAJS3I TYLEE General Merchandise BLACKSMITH r j A- - yfl OKI