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Jw5r- - - - - - - -- - 0 3Wte 4 HE I YOLUMEL 4 Hazel ELEGANT STEM WINDING SILVER iSlCivijJU isr vVf ifctf ov M - X H ERALD ET WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1886 GEOLOGY OF MENIFEE HAZEL GREEjSt WOLFE COUNTY THE BALTIMORE TO3EKLY SU3ST 3SUMBERX It t- - y f 1 i Iff S- - 4 age Rich in vegetahle mould when first with rich pockets of car wheel irtWOre cleared of timber it takes but a few j and the whole of the counties spokn of THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER A General Description of Its Timber Years of plowincfand washing to render are covered with forests of the finesFand them barren and for a time nearly largest yellow poplar yellow ple wal c Coal Iron TRUSTWORTHY IN ALL THINGS AN IsTihe ygjsjer imWisheil in Wolfe eonn When thi3 result has been nut maple cucumber ash whiteoairred worthless I AR Crandall circulate MMtely in the countiesC of tr and tr is too late to seed for pasture oak and other valuable timbers and r trij EPITOME OF THE WORLDS NEWS woue iacTjjan jrireii iaeniiee siagou Tsection on the farm of Green Gibbs reached it system or want of system in about 30 miles from this place Mt Ster With this Breathitt Elliott Estill sad Floyd the lat Â¬ onIuddy Fork of Indian creek shows a farminsr that tends to this result there ling on the waters ofKed river there THE CHOICEST GEMS OF LITER ter seven beinjrwiilKmi newspaper of any locHl feature that has been thought to nothing to do but to clear another are found about 100000 acres of fine kind THE HERALD js therefore promise better results from coal mining is ATURE THE LATEST AND in the same way tall straight white pine timber About and sacrifice Ske Eet AdrertLMCpcdtaia In Eastern than elsewhere in this region A consid- Â¬ tract largely owing it this way of farmÂ¬ 12 miles distant from this place in Bath to erable thickness of bituminous shale in It is FULLEST RELIABLE MAR sd advertisers ca wieiore people by an ing that the apparent barrenness of the countv near the line of the C O- - RR some parts an impure coal gives to the dverenaent im its wlwmns than by any country where cleared so belies the there is an immense deposit of iron orer KET REPORTS unpracticed eye the appearance of a heavy hill ther iitiutiTX it jiadht convinced natural fertility of the soil Well direct- Â¬ ranging in thickness from 30 to 6 feet w - coaidepo dt Nearly the same feature ed enterpise in farming would do very known as the Owings Wickliffe or Pres Â¬ r One dollar a copy for 12 months To EuJFUBLIMTJCD EVJKRY WXSXESDAY MOENTXG buSjiii less thickness is shown on one of much to offset the disadvantages of a ton ore bed rope 1 52 a year Terms invariablyjcash in thebranches of Leatherwood Fork of iiillv and broken surface In Carter county there is a large conÂ¬ Indlim creek a little to the westward centrated mass of iron ore known 33 the TIMBER advance Postage free to all subscribers in AtiRhe head of Cane creek a considerable Owner jurfftMiar Lambert bed The timber of Menifee includes the thicjkness of cannel slate is found at the In Owsley county there is a stratum the United States and Canada J5UraKIPXIOX JU1JCS base of the shale series There appears following species besides some others of iron ore extending some miles about which doubtless have been overlooked 2A feet in thickness S100 0 r Copv One 18S5 18S5 to be nothing in these beds to warrant PREMIUM COPIES which is so nearly 60 1 Six Months any expectation of local deposits of ex-Â¬ no time having been at command for a uuit iron unit an 01a man oy tne name or TO Always ceptional value On the contrary it special study of this subject Aivace GETTERS UP OF CLUBS Rowland a blacksmith haDitually madV subscripBon will befentered upon First in importance both in value and his horse shoes out of the ore FOR may be found that the impure coal of THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN rbools unless ecopiaei by tbisMocality is the equivalent of the coal in abundance is the white oak The In Rowan about erifanfetAeaubscription irilliloe received for ofMtion 1 If this should prove to be black oak is ahundant on the hillsides Licking river coun where theIfJmilei up from C IL 00 5 FIVE COPIES MtlfcaixSXoBtfcs JM l theffact then the area of workable coal The red oak has about the same range as R crosses it there i3 a very large deposit Weekly With an extra copy of the wSifd be somewhat reduced This fea the black but is less abundant The of first class lithograph stone 5TERTISING SATES Sun one vear It is owned 10 00 turFappears to be local however and chestnut oak is abundant along the ridges by eight persons in this vicinity TEN COPIES W 600 liliciQeTear oak scarlet oak With an extra copv of the Weekly jfc Sfc theiain coal in workable thickness is The pinseasonor perhaps the species gen-Â¬ stone has been successfully testedThis 1000 by to determine BpA v not in Sun one year and We copy of the Aft found at the head of Leatherwood Fork many of the largest lithographers in fhis Dailv Sun three months and also at a number of points on East erally present on the low purs between country and in 1876 at the Centennial larger advertisements made 15 GO FIFTEEN COPIES the smaller streams The Spanish and it took the premium over the Barvariart 7 ksivsriWDlication Fok of Indian creek With an extra copy of the Weekly UddM Desiring to wind up my business I have JA 44 JUX4 on Gilladie creek show an the laurel oak are found along the border stone in a contest submitted to 11 prac- Â¬ e sections VSWJ Sun one year and one copy of the a Hazel Green Ky decided to present a splendid watch cut as ased number of coals and a change of the county on Slate creek The beech tical lithographers In the same vicinity Dailv Sun six months above and as GOOD A TIMEKEEPER as TWENTY COPIES e relative positian of the main bed is abundant in the valleys generally there is an immense deposit of bufij bas Â¬ 20 00 many which sell for 5000 to each of my With an extra copy of the Weekly Whether this last fact is owing to a de-Â¬ The sugar tree the white or soft maple tardy lithograph building stone of greats old friends and customers who will come COJJSTTOFFICERSiOF WOLFE Sun one year and onQ copy of the crease in the importance of the coal of and the red maple are present the first tension and durability and susceptible U 5jjgTvango forward and pay off their notes amounting Orttnty Jndge Daily Sun nine months 1 section 1 or to an increase in the thick- in considerable numbers the last only of a3 high a polish as marble to 2500 or over provided the note was for CmtvJ tev 30 00 COPIES Tintnil TJnfrer f YnW linriricA Virnirhf nf mo uIiiIa in huci- - THIRTY ness of the shales below this coal is not met with here and there as a single tree CbttntvIClM kl With an extra copy of the Weekly In Floyd county there are immense 3Wm F Elkins ness And in order that all may be accom- Circuital erkM made clear from the facts at hand It The tulip tree generally known as the Deds of coking coal from 3 to o feet Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun m jiG T Centers modated I will discount the watch price Sheriff isjemite probable however that one of vellow poplar is abundant on the hill thickness one year J Creech 350 in proportion to those whose notes JierH thepipper beds is the equivalent of the sides The chestnut is found in great In Letcher county near the Virginia Goroner JFielden Cox are less than 2500 This offer is good until Single Copies by Mail 3 Cents To Europe BulFork coal No openings have been numbers towards the top of the hills line there is a deposit of fine canrjel coal S B Smith June 1st Call on or address Assessor mate in this locality to determine the The hickories are well represented and in said to be 11 feet W O MIZE Bnrvevor C3i Fallen 1 52 a year reaVthickness of these beds The expos- Â¬ the second growth as on the hills west by the writer to in thickness andknowri Hazel Green KyCounty Supt Public Schools j be seven feet and upM Â¬ jfiBter Commissioner The safest method of transmitting money ures are such however as to shoTOBthat of Old Beaver Furnace they often large wardsbut he could not fully measure it JUSTICES OF THE PEACE the upper beds only may be expedto ly predominate the first two species on account of high water It is known Fiest DiSTEiCT S P Muruhv Wednes W being most abundant The black gum as the Field cannel coal by mail is by cheek draft or postonico prove valuable day after 2nd Monday Stephen STrangoi HAZEL GREEN KY Near the mouth of Chimney top creek or gum tree is found everywhere in In Bell county on the banks of Thursday after 2nd Mondav money order in Wolfe county a sjction similarto sec- Â¬ smallnumbers The white ash and the Cumberland river there is a depositthe Secokd Disteict D S Godsey FridayJ of tion 4 is found Coal vecyvsuperior linden or linn as it is sometimes called coal known as the Browning coal ofgood JOHN IL PLERATT Proprietor CO Publishers A S ABELL Address quality has been shipried in small quant- Â¬ are foundin some of the valleys The workable stratum which is so pure and xfter 2nd Monday ity5 to Mt SterlinfrQm the upper beds former is exceptionally abundant in the nice that you can build a fire with with Disteict J W Horton Wednes Third Sun Iron Building pSThe table is supplied with the best in it after 1st Monday W T Tompkins the market and first class accommodation The coal was obtaihedMiJy benching No valley of Leatherwood Fork of Indian your kid gloves on without soiling thern Baltimore Md Tuesday after 3rd Monday will be furnished for man and beast s jauiiueiiiic liiiormationsiias ueenguuiereu creek The buckeye is found in the This coal it is said is found nowhere else 1TOUETH DlSTEiCT Jame3 Spencer Wed Â¬ THE as to tne exacc tnicimess or tne dcos larger valleys the sycamore has about in the world except in Newfoundland nesday aftr 3rd Monday Isaiah Spencer the same range The elm ranges from wliich are now mostly covered Thursday after 3rd Monday Many of the western railroads could SQThe limestone ore is present in all this the creek bottoms well up on the hill- Â¬ not have been built but for liberal gov-Â¬ Fifth Distbict H C Elkins Friday FOR 1SS5 NEAR POSTOFFICE region as is shown from the fragments sides The black walnut and the white ernment land grants It seems to me that after 2nd Monday Win Lansaw Saturday An organ of Live Issues Living Ideas ami onKhe surf Mondavi after 2nd exposed in large walnut grow in all the main valleys roads might be built through the moun- Â¬ KENTUCKY Moral Forces and an enemy of Monopo Distbict S S Rose Saturday af LEXESTGTON Sixth blocks particularly on the left fork of- The locust tree is seen occasionally on tains of Kentucky by the adoption lies Oligarchism and the Spirit of t6r tersistMonday A M Swango Tuesday after FIRST CLASS the hillsides The cucumber tree is seen modification of this principle Hundreds RATES REASONABLE Subsidy as Embodied in tjjfa Gilladie creekand in the ridge between 3rd Friday rMlldle and Leatherwood Forks of MianWccasionally on the heads of streams but of land owners along the line of a road Eights Disteict J BLTerrill Tuesday THAT THIEVING TAREFE SONS rarclv larere enough to be valuable for connecting Lexington with the Virginia EOSWELL HE after 4tii Monday The Courier Journal is the acknowledges crek Proprietors lumber The mulberry is found along railroad system would be willing to give CoxsTABLES lst District Zachariah Hal REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER ofethol y 2nd District James Lacv 3rd District fit the vallay of Beaver creek except the base of the hills The sassafras tree to a company that would demonstrate SOUTH is DEMOCRATIC in Politicsancl Hiram Bailey 4th District A J Legg 5th first hist and all the time is for a reduction perhaps along iyry Ridge where the the dogwood and the sourwood are each its ability to build the road one third of District James Bants Cth District Oeorge The redbud is the coal iron mineral and of the war taxes as levied on the people by BJpile series is in considerable thickness of frequent occurrence viTn lumber right3 layjjaose oia jlfis ssaiiy 4ia uisunci xx occasionally and the ironwood is rarely upon thetanh now m torce sonMone coal bedSoMmportttnce will be their lands to make the remaining trict Augustus Bradley Sievers Carson Hardware foxind The Weekly CourierJournal In thickness it is not uniform found on the hillsides The hornbeam GOWJTY OFFICERS OF MENIFEE is without a superior in the world us a great varying where exposed rroni twenty to andjthe willows are scattered along the two thirds greatly more valuable than Cosnpany the whole in an state The family and political newspaper and during iWHv mboa if The fblloTrisgSLre the county ofiicersof 637 W Maik rmforrm streams The holly is limited to the viÂ¬ plaaObuilding undevelopedthe grant of Street T TM a road by umaa the vear IS60 it will strive more rrroa t cinity of the most precipitous cliSs M Vanarsdell government lands has the advantacefofr and hopefully than ever for its political LOUISILLE KY ralley Thepawpaw is abundant on the water receivings them in a solid grant anlby J J Byrne County Clerk not neirlectincr however the inhniri A T Hackney of choice miscellany that causes it to be so In thetimiSsdiafe region dfOrdBeayerl JUU13o JLJH5 lJCiOIlliWAi wum auuimuuv the proposed plan they would have to Circuit Clerk Of the cone bearing trees the hemlock he gotten at considerable Sheriff--Sgreat a favorite in the familv circle The Jyumace it was formerly opened and J Ringo trouble and ex return to power of the Democratic party worked In the region of Clear Creek and the yellow pine are the most abund- pense by grants from Jailer J N Frisby HAZEL GREEN KY the individual land- Â¬ - C Lewis will make 13S5 a year marked in the history Furnaceut is now obtained in abundance ant the former on rocky surfaces near Coroner N A Willis Assessor- of the United States and no family should for furnace supply The region near the the streams the latter alonsr the ridges owners along the route But the presence of a railroad only multiplies- the G W Wheeler BRryevorrbe without the Courier Journal who desire Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming to keep thoroughly posted on passing events head of Beaver creek promises so far as The white pine is abundant in some parts value of the agricultural lands of thev W C Taylor County BupL Public Schools W S Pierce Tools Buggies and Wagons The V eekly Courier Journal has the Largest surface indications go to become a more of the Red River valley but only a few west by about four or five and would Mutter Commissioner Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten- Democratic Circulation of any Newspaper important iron ore region than the local- Â¬ trees of this species fall within the coun- Â¬ multiply the value of coal iron and lum- Â¬ justices of the peace tion March June September and December in America If you are unacquainted with ities already mentioned On the Old ty line A few red cedars occur near the ber land from 25 to 200 and this Iastr it ask any subscriber to it as to its merits as State Road branch above Frenchburg limestone cliffs or ledges First District Turner Spencer third would more than compensate a great familv and political newspaper In the ore is particularly abundant on the Monday CV C Montgomery first Wednes Thetimber of Menifee as of all the fact to get up the grants in detail for point of quality and quantity of interesting day hilly counties should be held in high es- Â¬ havingwriter did with the assistance The reading matterit leads the newspaper press surface as also at some points along theÂ¬ timation among those things that go to of Second District J T Argo third FOR of the United States If money industry face of the ridge between the upper BeavThursday T F Frisbv first Friday one or two others in about one month make up the natural wealth of the region in the spring of 1881 get up about 3b0CK and enterprise can keep it so it will contin- er valley and the head of Salt Lick Third District J M Adams sscond 4th Thursday of Beaver ue at the head of American journals It A section near the head Saturday Nelson Holland acres of such grants for a company u Combs contains each week the most complete creek and one near the mouth of the EASTERN KENTUCKYS RESOURCES could not and did not demonstratethat Fourth Distbict tA 1 fred Saturday first it3 summary of the news of the world and its same creek show a feature which is not SaturdaySainuel Stacyj third 5 A Graphic Description of Its Minerals ability to build and ventures to assert Henry Watterson R Hale second editorial columns Fiptii District Â¬ Timber XaniLs and Coal that with the aid of one intelligent as-Â¬ are always able strong and uncommon in the sub carboaiferous lime Friday Wm Hughes 4th Friday stone of this redon a bed of so called The News and Weekly Comme-Â¬ bright Among the ESPECIAL FEATURES IstDirtrict Jno L Brooks sistant he can in 100 days get up 100000 Constables Hon Thos Turner in Western World ind District J H Kindrick 3rd District rcial of Louisville 13 without doubt the are Telegraphic Specials from all the leading lithographic limestone varying from a acres of such grants for a companv of Eastern Kentucky presents perhaps demonstrated and acknowledged ability ohMDnWhiikerf 4h District J T Hed best family paper in the South Owings points in the United States and Europe Se- few inches to two feet in thickness In rial and Short Stories by popular and noted the latter region this band is exposed at the most inviting and profitable field for Of course the grants would be contracts gerf 5th District H B Little ville Outlook Commissioner of the writers Talmaces Sermons the day after de- a number of points and from Mr Mc investment and speculation open to capi- Â¬ to convey Richard Spencer the rights to the company livery in Brooklvn Tabernacle Market Re- Murtrys quarry on the opposite of Lick-Â¬ tal Poor when the road was built to a point that ports Fashion Letters Turf and Stock ReÂ¬ In the flush times capital and specula- Â¬ developed them provided it was so built to Correspondents Depart- ing river blocks were sometime since obÂ¬ ports Answers The News axd Weekly Commer ment Poetry and Department for Children Â¬ tained and tested for lithograph use with tion were attracted to more distant but in rtx0HTj3ieH DIRECTORY a specified reasonable time The newspaper It cial 13 a most Hazel GBEEX lst Sunday M E South is Republican inexcellent but is fair and No Home in the Country should be without satisfactory results The band is not so not more profitable localities This was writer suggested thisplan for building politics Bev W L Stamper 2nd Sunday Presbyte uniform in quality where seen as to in- Â¬ due to two causes First the staid and railroads in Eastern Kentucky in a com Â¬ it 3rd Sunday Chris- honorable in its utterances It gives rian Rev E P Mickel The Courier Journal sure equally good results without careful conservative character of Kentucky cap-Â¬ munication to the Cincinnati Enquirer ILgallen Praver meetings much attention to the farmina interests distinctly represents the non office holding tian yRev italists who would not consent to risk in 1S65 vryWedn day evening at the Christian of the State and material interests of and non office seeking classes It is a critic selection The valley of Salt Lick ijiynofproperly any considerable portion of their capital These timber and mineral rights would church Thursday evening at Presbyterian the growing South Princeton Banner not an organ friendly to those who serve fields so near them and church the country well hostile to those who fail within the coal region tRpestward in the inviting was loth to believe that in a few years after the construction of foreign capital The price is only One Dollar a year to serve it or serve it ill equally without boundary ridge being- entirely the road repay its whole cost Campton 1st Sunday ChristianRev J and Devonian But the main investments in this region really promised entancrlinjr alliances or selfish expectations TPieratndSundaykiE SouthBev G Specimen copies mailed free The emergencies of life have familiar- Â¬ other than the confidence and support of ridge between Salt liick and Beaver and would yield the rich returns repre-Â¬ ized the writer with the resources of every --- f 5 G JOHN R HTJNLAP the people to whom alone it owes allegi creek is capped by the conglomerate sented and arrived at the conclusion Louisville Ky 2nd Sunday M E South MAYTOmr ance It will have no compromises to make sandstone with underlying coal and iron they were greatly exaggerated as local streamlet in most of the counties spokea jST The Hazel Green Herald and with time servers but will keep right on in Rev W L Stamper 4th Sunday Christian of It has been the dream of his life to Bev D G Combs The Weekly News and Commercial will the path of duty which it has marked out bearing shales giving to this valley what- Â¬ capital failed to interest itself in them live to see Eastern Kentucky developed rm i Ezel 1st Sunday Baptist Rev W L be sent to one address from this office for itself regaidless of consequences It ever advantages the coal and iron depos- Â¬ Second because of the unsettled state of and he will take pleasure m answen Givedon 2nd SundaV Christian Rev D G for one year for 175 On Clear landed titles throughout the mountain any inquiries addressed to him and will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor its of this ridge may offer cofegfl XX rid head inside or outside the Democratic creek a branch leading against this ridge section his other engagements will permi tlfSB5 tFjKENCHBURG- - dst Sundav Christian party It will fight intolerance and liberal- an iron industry has already sprung up Local capital has now begun to see its accompanying parties who desire tag ligm BOY YOUR G Combs 2nd M E South Rev D Rev D ism wherever they appear and has no quar- Clear Creek Furnace having been in suc- Â¬ mistake and time is fast settling the un-Â¬ vestigate these grand resources G Combs 2nd Sundav M E South Rev ter to give to or ask from malefaction and cessful operation for years previous to certainties of titles Doughcrtv 4th Sundav Rev E P GB malefactors Democratic or Republican The region from the mouth of the Big A Missive from ailssouri MickeL bj With this explanation of its scope plan and the late financial crisis 1 1 East of Beaver Creek basin the sub Sandv river up that stream with the 1st SundayPresbyterian Rev Jackson purpose we submit the following Arxoldsytlle Mo March 2oth conglomerate beds are below the drain- Â¬ West Virginia line to the Virginia line W B Cooper 3rd Sunday M E South TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OF 10 00 age except near Licking river Most of thence with it to the Tennessee line Editor of the Hazel Gbebn Herald Rev J Jl Dickcv Daily Courier Journal one year Daily Courier Journal 6 months The weather is still cold and frost still 0 00 that part of Blackwater creek which is thence with it to its intersection with the LCl K QimatN J C I2YKTNS TT 2 75 Daily Courier Journal 3 months N R R in the ground con- Â¬ Knoxville Branch of the L 51 II IT f 1 within Menifee has its bed in the 1 00 Dailv Courier Journal 1 month QUiLLLN Give us the population of your town LYKINS glomerate sandstone The subconglom- - thence westward along the line of that 2 00 Sunday Courier Journal 1 year Â¬ road to Livingston thence via Richmond and county in your nextissue eco1 00 erate beds are therefore of little Sunday Courier Journal 6 months Attars cys at law and Heal Estate Agent The past winter has been very haxdv of the Beaver Creek Winchester Mt Sterling and the Big nomic value east WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL v-ii1 50 valley of Menifee the hills Sandv railroad to the mouth of the Big but money is plentiful and stock of all ft f In tliis part JTrf J One Year with a Premium Titlesiiexamined tax sipam jor inon tresi- Of Five Copies one year without premi- are capped by the shales above the con- Â¬ Sandv river known as the Railroad Wil kinds commands a fair price- den LsT Collections a specialty Real Esta te 1 00 HIXl Good for W O Mizea offerl I think LULlllt These shales usually include derness and embraces these counties glomerate bought and sold on commission Will prac- Betr een Race and Vine 75 Six months without premium Morgan Elliott Johnson it geneious Pay up boys and get the niip or two coals In this belt no coals viz Menifee tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties 50 Three nionxhs without premium CINCINNATI OHIO of considerable thickness have been oh- - Lawrancc Magoffin Floyd MartinPike watch Wonder if he remembers rfhe STBayment invariably in advance Wolfe Powell cat spilling the ink I often think of it H KASH S0Postage on papers is prepaid by the served Eastward in Wolfe and Morgan Letcher Perry Breathitt falls below Estill Jackson Owsley Lee Clay I received a sample copy of your p counties the conglomerate publishers xaw height of Knox Bell Harlan and Leslie no one of per and am well pleased with it more The list of premiums offered in connection the drainage and the whole with the Weekly Courier Journal includes a the hills are made up of the rocks of pro- Â¬ which is blessed with a railroad except so because it comes from Hazel Green dealers in Hazel Greek Xy great variety of useful and attractive arti-Â¬ ductive coal measures the Chattaroi penetrates a short distance and gives the news from home and old cles A circular containing list of premiums Wall practice 3a- Wolfe and adjpining coun- Â¬ The soil of Menifee is mostly sandy mio o iiiwrauue uuu iuu iwuiuwi v f rien d As the TaDer is printed in the complete and a sample copy of the Weekly above South Atlantic fa narrow gauge a few interest of Eastern Kentucky the place ties Collections will receive prompt atten Courier Journal will be sent free of charge loam WTiere the shales below or am very JU tion HAZEL GREEN KY the conglomerate supplv the greater part miles into Menifee All these counties and home of my childhood on application Estill are underlaid much interested in it So please find enA good local agent is desired in every com- of the surface material the soil is more save Powell and Keep in stock Sugar Coffee Flour Salt So munity to whom a liberal cash commission clayey The disintegration of the con with every variety of coal except anthra closed 1 for which enter my name and da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Oysters will be allowed A canvassing outfit is sent i 20 inches to one year to the address California Salmon Sardines Mackerel local agents free of charge No Traveling glomerate sandstone the most prominent cite in strata ranging from of of su send paper for T am proud of the sam- it named above Menifee gives seven feet in thickness most rock of the greater part of Maccaroni Cheese Crackers Caudv Green are employed by the Couner-Jour- ATTORNEYS AT IAW see a great many names of pie copy ana 15 acK xeas ayrup op uoai uii wis- - Agents n0 subscription should ever be giv to the soil alarge per cent of coarse sand perior quality n and Wolfe Morgan Ma old friends and schoolmates in it many In the counties of torOil Machine Oil Lard Bacon Patent jen0 any 0ne unless personally known to The presence of the sub carboniferous Medysmes Wooden- - and Tinware Horse the subscriber Address limestone no doubt adds considerably goffin Floyd Martin Pike Letcher Per of whom I have not heard from foryears isnoes JNaiis joiacco ana iirrs n 10 TTnVinnss of thp nil of thp vidWs rv Breathitt Glav Leslie Knox Bell among them G BSwango JTEierattj W N HALDEMAN TWill keep Fresh Beef Pork and Mutmter President Courier Journal Co rr where it is exposed while the woodland Lfarlan and Lee there are found worka-- J Terrill J N Vaughn ML ton in season 1 Louisville Ky h1f rfennsits of the finest parlor cannel A P Lacey W O Mize andmrfact which comprise by far the greater part SEverything sold at prices which are HAZEL GREEN KY of thft countv are rich in vegetable coal the strata varying in thickness from most all the names mentioned in HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST mould The unevenness of the surfacje is two to seven feet or more but the latter county and many others- JSurgeon and Ac Â¬ Yourv truly avorble for extensive tillage Pas ur is exceptional unf PRINTING OF ALL KINDS Oajtada Lnjrnsl The counties of Greenup Lewis Car-- 4 envelopes letter heads - tags tr nnipA in th flnvrfrmment of the resources age should become an important par of Such as r r r in this region The steep ter Bath Menifee Wolfe Powell Leev i c will husbandry particularly unsuited to ill- - Estill Owsley and Jackson are underlaid Cheap Job printing at this mJ of Eastern Kentuckv home news 1 be mailed to any addreps for 100 CASH hillsides are f TTlrii onri TvrrTYiTtlT avomiwn or Thia rtttnP - iiujiuj vu ww OJbcextreeKienceonxLaaeiutrecxiiicjgaiB IKeiHeraid WATCH - FREE The Wat erhury 4 i T v- -- o B v xtry aNo the-mo- n- -- Sit Jpggiifer u ft JLJ I ievx-ovasn W j j -- Kh - - PIESATT HOUSE itj ASHLAND HOUSE COURIER JOURNAL kcefcis - i H J OLAUK in -- County-Judgeri- J- A J T PIERATT T T - BLACKSMITH - Â¬ Â¬ Good Reading Â¬ s iaujjcy editor- -in-chief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ I - sub-carbonifer- BJJ FiiV TJ Â¬ Â¬ UraFi f i Tr r Â¬ um w j f k lizl lliUU CASKET I W - -- w Pearl St Â¬ J Attorney at r - PIEBATT if Â¬ ramify Groceries I Â¬ i 1 flB j r B TAULBEE tti I I B Â¬ a Phyifelan coucheur - -- - - - -- ouxx Jtir -- Hi 41 mat M- - - M 0 I TTT ft WfT A T FI j Ever mau - v goes to o i 1 -t Ur i f Sterling You cant afford to shut your eyes to the advent of any new discovery or invention that will make life easier or work more pleaest Yok woild Be mmirae on a cost of at use Tallow Candles while Gts is at haiid You would be unwise to ride in a stage coach while Steam Engine and Palace Car await your arr w1It can come liere to buv for less than 5 rise if you neglect to secure THE NEW AUTOMATIC WHITE SEWING MACHINE 500000 White Sewing Machines now make OfiifikaiS goLoora How then can any stock dealer knowing Always in Advance jEThe safest way to transmit money by these things get his own consent to go so mail is by registered letter jost office nioii j orderor draffc on Cincinnati Money sent far from home and encumber himself in tblsvrar will be st our risk with all the costs necessary to do so when he can sell to better advantage by BPENCER COOPER Editor remaining at home This is a central rxint for the mountain trade and is j SLOO Per Aniiurn5 vbu iicvvx ui ijiwwiv auu least 15 vliile one man A WORD TO THE LADIES f - jf pleeTo i IS KING OF HAZEL CRE EN KY WEDNESDAY j APRIL 15 1885 1 s as second class mail matter Eutered at the Hazel Green postofSce JtNXOTJXCEaCKNTS GOISEY ss a candidate for representa tive trom tue district composed of the We are authorized to announce D S counties of Montgomery Menifee Pow Â¬ ell and Wolfe subiect to action of the democratic party 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 Wolfe counties Lexington Press Lexington wants the Kentucky Union Railroad Just how bid she ivants it remains to be seen A committee consisting of members of the city council chamber of commerce and county court will be appointed to confer iritfi the management of the Ken Â¬ tucky Union and ascertain what sum will secure the road Remembering the ter-Â¬ rible loss which Lexington sustained in the loss of the Kentucky Central our people will of course make a strong effort to secure the Kentucky Union It would be disastrous to Lexington and her in- Â¬ terests to allowT the Kentucky Union to slip away from us Lexington should indeed do her level best for the Kentucky Union if she knows her own interests Bv securing t this road Lexington will more than com Â¬ pensate herself for the lo3s of the Ken- Â¬ tucky Central extension for the Ken- Â¬ tucky Union leads directly into a coun- Â¬ try ten times richer in mineral coal and timber titan the Kentucky Central ex- Â¬ tension has or ever can reach Col R J Samuel agent of the Cincinnati and Southeastern railway informs us that along the line of the proposed route of the Kentucky Union and within ten miles of either side of Campton the county seat of our county he can show thirty or forty openings of both cannel and bituininouscoal of superior quality Each mountain range contains not less than three veins of coal in workable and paying quantities The Kentucky Union traverses a belt of tweutv to thirty miles of iron ore which has been reduced by actual test in a furnace with seasoned cord wood without the expense of converting it into charcoal Another important -- about equi distant from Salyerville Jackson and3It Sterling Nothing could be fairer than for the buver to come half way in getting his stock which wonld be the case were the drover to come from either of the former points supposing of course that the buyer came from the lat- Â¬ ter But suppose the drover lias to come from Floyd or Pike the buyer will then not be coining more than a third of the way wliich in all conscience would cer- Â¬ tainly be nothing more than fair It is hoped our stock men will hold out firm in this undertaking and establish the market here One thing is certain if you dont take them the stock they will come after it At least give it a trial for a few months THE DYING HERO Sympathy froin liis Former Xoc The following resolutions were offered by Wm Preston Johnston a son of Gen Albert Sidney Johnston at a reunion on confederate veterans of the 31st the Louisiana division of the army of the Tennessee and were unanimously adopt- Â¬ Resolved That the association of ed the army of the Tennessee hear with deep regret of the pain and peril now endured by Gen U S Grant Twenty three years ago to day our soldiers met him on the field of battle and found Mm then as ever a soldier without fear and with- Â¬ out malignitj In his own suffering and the sorrow of his family we tender him I tzr- fs l ultof - t and them our heartfelt sympathy and ask for thorn the comfort and peace which come fom Him who is not only Lord of Hosts but Father of us all Mr Jefferson Davis has written Gen Grant a letter of sympathy and Gen Grant was much gratified and deeply touched by it If said Mr Baris the prayers and good wishes of all those in the south who honor and respect Gen Grant would rail he would conquer the dread antagonist with whom he is now contending just as triumphantly as he overcame the antagonists with whom he contended twenty years ago Gen Roser a famous Confederate cav- Â¬ alry leader called at the house to inquire after Gen Grant and express his sympa- Â¬ thy He was invited up to see the Gen eral and paid his respects in person xe j jn leav Â¬ milium wim Him bummime ing for the night about 10 oclock Gen Badeau said that no danger was appre- Â¬ hended by the household and they Were preparing to retire for the night Of Gen Grants impending death the Asheville X C Citizen edited by a gen- Â¬ tleman of high rank in the confederate army sas A whole nation will cease from its every day care to pay tribute to no tiie dead soldier itei5iihatrthe same mountaiiSpges pression will go andthan more sincere ox- from out who containing the iron ore contain wobd wore thegray n whole world thoseunitej will arid limestone for fluxing This has in sorrow around the bier of the dead been unheard of in the manufacture of hero May he rest in peace iron heretofore but CoL Samuel savs he The tage isiprepared to prove it by the gentlemen has not yet line from here to Rothwell materialized but we hope who did the work The colonel knows soon to say to the outside world that we whereof he speaks having spont ten have transportation for all who may wish years of actual labor in the mountains to come to this country for either pleas- Â¬ profit is money in this of Southeastern Kentucky in the interest ure or any manThere will undertake it line to who ofhis road and says he is willing and and dont you forget it will give the benefit of his experience to An Essay anySparty or committee of gentlemen who Tvish to look for themselves by ac-Â¬ in Will you permit me to say a few words your paper concerning people of whom companying them over the ground in more might have been made person Yarious indviduals have probably de- Â¬ veloped the power of turning somersaults CoL SAmrEL in the fall of 18S3 spent of one month in the great oil fields of Penn playing on the violin and harmonican in- Â¬ mental calculation in arithmetic of sylvnia and in the fall of 1S84 explored sinuating evil about their neighbors with- Â¬ the territory along the Hue of the Ken- Â¬ out directly asserting anything to a tucky Union in Wolfe county and ob-Â¬ measure as great as is possible to man tained specimens of fine lubricating oil Long practice and great concentration of mind on these things have sufficed to which he believes exists in large quanti produce what might seem to tremble on ties The conglomerate formations in the verge of perfection I call it mak- Â¬ Wolfe countv are identically the same ing the most of a man when you develop as the oil bearing conglomerate sandstone and stmgthen hia powers and qualitiesÂ¬ of doing good up to their highest attainof Venango county Penn He has a able degree Gentle reader let it here specimen of this oil and we would sug- Â¬ be suggested that it is highly illogical to gest that when the committee shall have conclude that you are yourself a person been appointed as indicated in the above of whom a great deal more might have been made merely because m your case froin the Press that they communicate you are letting the golden hours pass by with him or better still come to this with very little improvement This sug- Â¬ 1 ce and go oyer the cround The gestion may appear a truism but it is jwRLt tii along this line of roadisabsolute- - one of those simple truths of which we all need to be occasional y reminded imam mous and we hope our old home hold with Sidney Smith and that keenI cure some of it by a liberal bid practical philosopher Becky Sharp that this road Prof N S Shaler of happiness and success tend very greatly ard Prof John R Peoctor and to make people passably good by happi- Â¬ Â¬ Prof A R Cbaxdall of the Kentucky ness I mean freedom from terrible anxiety and from depression of spirits The geological survey can give the comittee consciousness that we are filling our all Information as to Col SA3tUELs reÂ¬ place in life with success and approba- Â¬ liability and we sincerely hope that be-Â¬ tion After all the best of what man can do must fore final actioiithe Lexington commit men whobe what a man does There are live on the reputation of being tee will come here and thoroughly inves- Â¬ diamonds in the rougli capable at any tigate the matter believing they will time of receiving a very high and beauti- Â¬ then be mor liberal than would other ful polish though from some circum- Â¬ wisebe possible Lexington should think stances they do not choose to be polished There are men who stand high in general seriously act promptly and remember estimation on the ground of what they that all the lines she now has sink into might have done if they had liked You utter Insignificance when compared to will find students who took no honors at the university who will endeavor to im- Â¬ this one she should have press their friends with the notion if they had chosen they could have ob-Â¬ The Hazel Green stock market will be tained unexampled eminence inaugurated on the second Saturday in There are rare instances of great pow- Â¬ May and buyers from below will do well ers that run to waste There have been to attend if they wish to purchase really men whose doings splendid as they were first class stock Several parties have al- Â¬ that were no more than a hint of how much more they could have done In ready promised to have stock here that such a case was that of Hartley Coleridge day and an effort is being made to in Â¬ You see how the lack of study industry duce all other dealers to come in It will and all sense of responsibility abated e pay better than to drive the stock to Mt tangible result of tiie noble intellect naÂ¬ ture gave him As a general rule in Sterling and be compelled to take what-Â¬ the case of ordinary people you need not ever buyers feel disposed to give Let give a man credit for the possession of the people who buy stcck understand anj powers beyond those which he has actually exhibited It very sad that the mountain market is here and thing to think of yourself is a to see how and x to those buyers if you wish our much more might have been made of stock jtou jmust ms here to get it you Sit down by the fire in winter or -- 7 m M bpss8 isy v v tm Bjai jto - IP i - -- - PL go jePWS ARE ANXIOUS Jlltl Vr iiam b i k Ti SiHjiiif K m TO HAVE A GOOD ACTIVE PERSON IN XUWiN IU ltJUJiJiOJeiiM US a a EV - j c i M sr Office in the Mammoth Pveese Building swjaiHggagrjnaaiaj a UjLierafi -- i mm b -- 83TA Jew ExraCanvasser MT STERLING KY who can Come Well PecommendedBa wanted - in manager w For Lexington and Vicinity address B Is Nuxxeley For West Liberty and Vicinity address El M Casxey For Sandy Hook and Vicinity address JLM Kedwike For Maysville and Flemingsburg and vicinity address Z J PiraiM For Olive Hill and Vicinity address I Peefby Esq Jameson JCy 75 MainfStreey t i i - t STATE NEWS in spring time and sit under a tree out E TUGGLE ei 1 he you WITH look back on moral discipline The Kentucky penitentiary has been have gone throunh Yes look baek on what you have done andwhat you have leased to the Mason Ford Co at a net Jm suffered see how near yoiMhavc been to rental of 833333 J Capt A J Gross of Breckinridere Manufacturers of what would have made vou so much TJ T ilmnnini o1 liraffnr Itifl niTr county has been appointed A S marshal irtvi IV If TA nlnnn nF ft t f rt t 1 T taken the other turning when you took l armers V in C G neighborhood oft tiiiii iiivirkfc oi-- if vmt imrl nn 2 h Sli0tt county will plow taken Bettie3nsteul k STillie it woulWi00 654 and 65S W iain Street Tfm0QT- their wheat and sow the land in niinnfMdi k airktriUin LOUISVILLE ICY M st and vopoa Chas vour lifejbut the die W Buck of ilidway has been cannot rcwruce yoim stenj 1 remember IRK 5giQSfce our Styles and get our Prices beÂ¬ heathenl aPPointed Minister to Peru In the lan- readinjr somewherewhere went into thftfnreafc nnA hewed out 11 S4aSH OI e or 0iir prominent ouncuiy fore buying Catalogues and Price Lwtsent on aiplica-block of wood and carried it into his fihdj W t teachers tHe was the firat Bucl j ij x xo cieve Jm appointment and hesitatedvhether he would i- hflR fJShe Eurptji srnk rnninjiuv of Aow York sl - - i QAMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW No Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE ETJ 3 Practiccs in all the Stt7oKrtfCutdf snecial attention- - given k bKJess of Sill kinds in the United State Court 441 TCATHRICKTC V i ii - tt-i-- I aaai8S iariieSS - TR J M KABBT PHYSICIAN ANB SUGEONr Tenders his professional serriem t tfc szens ot olfe and adJoimageHUtif QSiee at resfdeo ccvon J5rdway HAZEL- GREEX - Jlilp light couaiunurs WUViUJ VA Mi cw Mlneib auoui io P I iA i dcvclonments it 1 ii i- i li uiu uie uiuy uiiuhiunc pruportiuu with each human being born into 1GS Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio wn me znu mst rav Jdairmnis mar- trwlrl ttk 11 11 irtollT 5A mnn it nrvf t SMITH murfiathiiifrfllrPiiilv -s ho is thfi v n slial of Qlympia was robbed of 160 in The typeALLISON paper is printed is from on which this of something He is so to speak mate-- money fines collected for violating the the above foundry Editor Hebaid at He sa rial formed to the hand of circumstances Ical Ptio11 three men with blackened faces took it a ui tt IO lA klUUUl I iiltilii UllilCI fLXtl JitJUVl from him while he was conveying it tQ or for evil JPE Owingsville for safe keeping Newport Ky o F r zKJlkiXm trt LJ Aifronni- ViXj0 UIlliilU When wo conmare 4 rtTrijiCi auuu met tUll I j1 wl 10 XL L00 um-nils YPE n - FRANKLIN Xr - A PORTER LACEX- -- -- V -- ATTORNEY AT LAW rrrrr t rzr yiARi runuiK ajnju k -a a m t gi EJCOTT i y mm npn3rrrrtv JJ tM WWiAA v j ttttt - HAZFX G3EEN KY AJLV Aaii 1 1 J BOGEBSWTTH - fill 1 i -- Â¬ More Alout Our Stock Sales 4 Although I never attempted to write a Editor of The Hazel Gkeex Herald biography allow me to ask you to give In order to secure success in our monthly stock sale it is important that place in the columns of your papqr for the blue grass stock buyer should know this short sketch of one of the most re- Â¬ the amount of stock that will be put on markable men now in Kentucky When on a visit this week to my son the market I suggest to the farmers of Dr John A Taulbee in Breathitt I call- Â¬ Wolfe and adjoining counties that each neighborhood shall confer together as to ed aud took supper with James D Cope the number of cattle horses and mules who lives on I rozen creek on a farm he flint will hp hrmio hf in Htul rlrrm n- nnfnl bought of my father in the year 182 rr nv la fl u rl v i IUCU w 1UIIU A1 On aumu VLll card to John H Tieratt the prince 0f jm good fellows and an unsurpassed auction- Â¬ luu iiiia iicui uiuu smce iiu viis uuui eer who is always ready to promote the on Indian creek in what is now Wise interests of our country Mr Pieratt county Va on November 8th 179S four authorizes me to say to his old friends miles from Pound and came with his that he will cry off their stock and father to Kentucky in 1799 where he should noileae made he will charge io Igrcwivp amid the hoot ot the owl thej fee are made he will chance kssof the rattlesnake the howl tf the wor ie seream Ox the panther andtne onlv half pneegor the first two months Your editorial offers manv valuable war whoop of the red man and although suggestions and Iliope our farmers will bsls tottering on his stall his mind is heed them Your valuable paper having as bright as a silver dollar It has been my pleasure to know Un- a wide circulation in the blue crass re- gion will inform buyers of the class and CJQ Jm tJommv earliest recollection m amount of stock to be offered aud will fact the first incident of my life which I certainly secure the presence of quite a remember was seeing him shoot a beef for my father and I think it is safe to number The only apprehension of failure I say that he has killed more wild turkeys fear is the neglect and indifference of our and deer and found more bee trees than farmers to co operate and give timely no- Â¬ any man now living in Kentucky or perhaps that ever will live in it tice before the 2nd Saturday in May He has always been a consistent chris- Â¬ More anon Yours very truly tian gentleman strictly honest and to RobtJ Samuel the poor lie is liberal to a fault has al- Â¬ ways been a farmer raised a respectable A Missive from Missouri family and made a princely fortune Hopkins Mo March 25 His kind and good old lady who has Editor of The Hazel Green Hatsald helped him to fight the battles of life for I received a copy of The Herald to- Â¬ 61 years still lives to comfort him in his day Enclosed hud 1 to pay a years last days She was the daughter of Ar-Â¬ subscription It is perhaps unnecessa- Â¬ chibald Crawford and is now S2 years ry for me to tell you why I am aixious old and is in the enjoyment of good j -- m Biojjrapliical The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IBOM IS ZD9TG- Louis Stix Ooi if 7d IMPOSTKKS ASD JOBSKK3 OF Dry Coods and Notions Spixzrs h Vt - - V i- - 1 I 1 - These springs are located three quarters of a mile from the beautiful town of Hazel TmRD RACSA2fE Green Tha water contains a larser per ceutage of iron thiui anv other water known Uisiox r hence it U the most valuable iu the cure of disease used internally or externally CINCTNNA3FrQ Among the many diseases which flesh is heir to mid for which this wonderful water is known to be positive and permanent cure are the following TFV fc GO JM ft merSKs the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois savs I think the S tn nnvn Jj1 water oi Swantjo ST11T9VO did Jl UUVi KWIUitAifJ than all the nostnims I have ever tried T rill certainly be with vouaimin next sprina u References K T Smith J G Trimble P L Reese Mt Sterling Kr F M Hinkle Mrs F 3L Hiukle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Ky A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board c address HARRISON SWANGO Or this office Hazel Green Ky - CONSTIPATIOX DYSPEPSIA SKI3s DISEASES SCROFULA CA TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NERÂ¬ VOUSNESS C We append a few of the hundrods of tes-Â¬ timonials wliich have bten tendered aa to Clothing AND If HTOTTT r TV COJU Trnnamt i lf j f Jf - t ft PEARL AND TINE SKXZEf CINdNNATT Or B E EGBERTS WITH rjBMi i this to the minds of some of your peo-Â¬ ple the western wilds but there are many reasons why Three miles north of Hazel Green on Grassy creek is the place of my first recollection and it was near Hazel Green that I spent my young and of course my happiest days So be-Â¬ sides to have Tjie Heiiald way out here in health W H Tatjlbee see JOH Carter Bros ipo WHOLESALE KEEP v r letter from the home of my childhood I like to patronize a paper published at Hazel Green as every one m that coun- Â¬ try should It is the life of a communi- Â¬ ty and all good citizens should take The Yours truly Herald James Gilmohe The Herald being a weekly news- Â¬ Police Judge John Evans of our town last Saturday had out the able bodied citizens of the town who were liable and able for road duty and worked the streets in a superior manner Indeed with repairing of bridges and the prime condition in which he has left the streets for travel we doubt if they will require more working this year lows number of common schools in Wolfe county doubled and every child within the school age attending some school The time of the schools should also be doubled In fact we ought to have 80 schools open to the youtlTof our county for at least nine mouths in the year anil there ought to be a compulsory law en- Â¬ acted compelling the attendance of every child within the school age If we would prepare our children for the future of our country qualify them for positions they will be called upon to fill in the course of ten years we should bv all means do something looking to The avenues leading to education should be broad and all bars letdown that the rising generation may be m trammelled in their efforts for an educa- Â¬ tion Let every one of our readers dive this matter his attention and see ifjwe cannot do something to benefit our fel- Â¬ their-welfare The Herald would like to the DEALER IX FINE HOHSES MOUNT STERLING Dry Oocds and John A Carter Jo C Bethelr James G Carter Notionsf 14 7U j 723 7S1 J KY DAForline I XAIN STREET LOUISVILLE SwYS J G Carter Jr J COAGnEES AND ROADSTERS A SP GIALTY E YOUNG Wis4csk aad C1F Jta2 4 or Louisville can leave their howes Mpth me and rest assured that they will receive everv attention be watered fed groomed and bedded Soliciting vour custom I re- Â¬ main Yours truly JOHS KEEF ggrAay one wishing to visit Cincinnati GROCER AND V f MLiLXlt ET note heads bill heads cards c neatly and promptly executed at this office kinds game - PRINTING OF ALL KINDS Such as envelopes letter heads tags Wine and Liquors Lexington v Sf J- - tsci rr rt Ni W PPwgsirfsi 1 - Fr WiWKfWWWF r -- jSl HI - I 3S T 1 HERALD JM M ML A 1xtUcjttioH - Editor of Tub H a Always ki Advance correspondent ia every of Wolfe Mor HMorMtt Meaif ee ICsgoflbi Pow gip tfyTOtt JfrwK Pfeny Floyd In c t every feint Wr tke mcwntaias - od Per tfie -- Annum JWfMftiicfcia eetks wl Xntcky 3fawdxrL 3T 3T TM tide 22 nmmtes 6th Atlantic Railway it slower than Mt in a- - arriving xa WO p m TASLE 5 levs I Mt l lirfa21LdMUvt7 a At 1U tkrfcC SterBc titwl it at Xtit iimm m 2f 3 50 x m arrives at t ar- - -4 fcSi CtBeuuMrapd Louisville Jit 3feSig vith 1105 a sat Kah fres ilwfEast and 136 tMlfiixdmlieTiUeaaid Cincinnati wtgoioerv eeii tr davsoeeial 3wc6 tltt31 e tfae ri Mnday in each MMk t7 KTirif t Ml Sterling - JL4juiif lere3it Sterlingat t Ji p rn Amviag t EwrdBlfat 430 pm for Mt Serinff at 5 p m GEO 13 KEEPER SupL 3u3 for Lxigta 3 iS p m arrives m an ip XL Wigiig with 1105 a O railway x L57 p m rrawMPS M eterlkMj Stetirwiil lre jimt iJk45 p agJO 3t iefiefc C0 jaX ert LiJUtiiell HTKDinESDAX HAZEL GREEN KY PHIL 15 1SS5 m AT f Bora--T- o 3DCAL MWS llie irife of JL J Cox cause of right make the correction April A B Edwards EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY Kno ivlng the pleasure with which you COUNTIES- of open your columns to the vindication be- Â¬ private character I desire to say on Reported by Special Correspondents from half of a neighbor whom we have tho All Points in the Mountains roughlv tested and all know to be one of L Hatfield the faGAMPTON iur best citizens Mr referred to in yourtherof 3L Hatfield Y Capt W L Hurst of Stillwat is in last issue that he returned from Pike vntaking depositions county late on Friday evening and early Mrs J-- M Quiilin is confined to her nn Kstardsv morninjr afflicted as he is Ke swam Eed river and informed me that room with a severe attack of fever J M Hody assistant geologist is here he had learned that his son had escaped working up the geology of this section jail and tliat he was anxious for Mm to S G Miner of Lake Ills is here pros- Â¬ surrender return to jail and stand his and T immediately set out to acÂ¬ pecting on business bestkno wn to himself trial complish his wish I met and Died April 4th Bent Roberts he with Capt Punch and late in the leaves a wife and one child also on the afternoon Monday met M Hatfield wbo 11th the wife of Floyd Roberts was approaching us and had no weapons T whatever He said he had not left jail was N Carter tinner of Mt Sterling of here this week for the in order to avoid trial but merely to see covering the bay window of purpose the court his family friends His father admonish- Â¬ house ed him to refrain from a repetition of Wolfe County sucb an adventurer and to remain and GILMORE stand his trial to all of which Captain - busy preparing for their Farmers arePunch will bear testimony And further Â¬ crops having met with Jas Hatfield of Mont Wheat is looking some totter but bad gomery county and knowing that he is a good citizen I wish to say that I am re Â¬ is the best liably informed that it was not at Spen- Â¬ Jamer It Test has just returned from cer Station and in Jas Hatfields neighÂ¬ Quicksand Breathitt county and reports borhood tliat Capt Punch came near hard times in that country Farmers are running into the trio of escapes but on out of roughness and com is very scarce the contrary it was at Chambers Station stock is quite poor and some is dyinj of further on their road borne starvation He called to one little boy Not at the instance of L or Jas Hat to know what was killing the hogs in field or for any other purpose than a de- Â¬ that country Starving to death was sire tiuit no wrong imputation should fall his reply He says there is more timber upon either of them do I forward you in the water there than was ever known this statement and I hope that any pa- Â¬ before so a tide would be a great bless- Â¬ per that has published the circumstances ing to the people Judge G S Millers of the escape and re arrest of M Hat-Â¬ wife had been m a critical condition but field in terms susceptible of a different was thought to be improving construction in regard to L and J Hat- Â¬ UNCLE ItEMUS field than the onel here give will in the co-opera- Hazel Green Hebald CORRESPONDENCE MAYTOWX Winter lingers iu the lap of spring Marshal Day and John Cox have reÂ¬ turned from Mt Sterling Chap Swango of Bath county is spend- Â¬ ing a few days with his brother J C HANLY JUDY - Swango F Cox of Red river was in town last week looking after the interest of his to- Â¬ bacco crop It M Wells of Menifee county Jack Ringos antagonist for sheriflhas been in town on business Martin Cole and Berry Jones of Men- Â¬ ifee county were in town last week mak-Â¬ ing a settlement with Mav Swango Rev R W LandramJ of Breathitt county is in town purchasing flour from KY Have moved to their Large New House on Maysville street andhave added largely to their stock of MT STEBLING- Hardware Qiieensware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels c Which they are selling at Eock Bottom Prices Gall and see tliem in their new quarters A fell stock of Wagons Buggies Eockaways c HANLY JUDY the Maytown mill company and dry goods and groceries from May Swango which he will forward at once to Lost Creek Â¬ J H Lackey of Morgan county start Â¬ ed last week for Minnesota to make that state his future home thereby taking the advice of Horace Greely Go west young man and grow up with the coun- Â¬ try Experience and observation teach us that the advice of the old man is not good Iso country on this terraqueous speek exceeds our rock ribbed moun- Â¬ tains in many respects The suggestion made to the stock men of the mountains by-- Col R J Samuel in last weeks issue of the Herald is a move in the right direction Your cor respondant has been talking the matter up with the farmers of this section and so far they heartily acquiesce in the sug- Â¬ gestion and offer to do what they can to make the enterprise what it ought to be and doubtless will be a decided success Colonel keep the ball in motion Duster 31 en if ee ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on liand a Large and well se- lected Stock of ni Aliil T iii WWJbmK ill iau ilUj County Morgan County UPPER GRASSY f IW J hi- t We love The Herald A Voice From Virginia Corn is worth 1 per bushel and scarce Uorn To tUorife o George Beasly Cedah Bluff Tazewell count Va at that April 14th x daughter Editor of The Hazel Greek Herald Wheat crops are not so badly injured Xot long since we were gloriously sur Â¬ by freezing as was thought 3trs Green Lacy is very low with con prised by a visit from TheHerald It semption and not expected tolive The widow Geo F Barker has just re- Â¬ wag hailed triumphantly Mouth of turned from visiting her mother on The early bird catches the worm and Indian high school is progressing very White Oak creek 3 goocl theCliscap catches the early farmer finely About 85 pupils enrolled of Pres It is common to hear H G Chaneys teachers viz Prof W L Mayo 3fr A T Pieratt of Ezel spent SunÂ¬ tonsburg Ivy principal Miss Ollie L huge sledge hammer banging and whang Â¬ day last with relatives and friends in Gillespie of Cedar Blutl assistant and ing these frosty mtrnings Hazel Green Win Tolliver lias bought a fine lot of Miss Carrie Spotts of Jefferson ville Va new buildings lumber and is having the shingles cut Several music teacher We are jsorrv to say that Daniel Tol-- arcjgoing up in the little town of Indian this week to cover his house liver and wife are very low with typhoiJj R F Cicil has bought another lot and is Farmers are all making a nice start for a going to build another dwelling before a large crop in our vicinity but Dick pneumonia Married April 1st at the resi- Â¬ Phipps and he is tooting around his long Miss Ella Johnson who has beenseri dence of the brides father Mr Marion steam mill I guess he wants to be out ously ill since her return from iFrench IcGuire Miss Florence McGuire and of corn another year Httormiss hwrgj is convalescent Mr Robert Tatnm both of Cedar Bluff LOST CREEK May Rev P J Lockhart officiating J M Quiilin one of the prominent they have a peaceful and happy journey Success to The Herald lawyers at the Campion bar Jias been across the ocean of life Judge Strong is improving slowly but Lidian Sabbtah ROTHWELL quite 111 for some time i3 expecting to give a May party L H Noble is no better school Wm Slusher and his wife have sepa- Â¬ ere long It is a prosperous school and Our farmers are quite busy making Monday oaJb of qur neighbors shipped doing well Mr Thomas A Repass sup garden and preparing their farm land for rated divided beds and Will has moved to Slate three barrels of applet brandy to 3It eriutendant and Mr J B Hurt secre- Â¬ the coming crops Sterling Ko demand for it here The masons tary The calisthenic and classic classes Our neighbors are losing their cattle lime kiln It are at work repairing the will be about society very fast S ladies and H Combs lost four fine before any lime can be burned one month A little son of It D Motlev livin rr rTt for gentlemen the philomathean - vj Jack and are very interesting antl steers a few days since Grassy on Sundav fell and stuck a knife for John Sewell will opperate the kiln this nistructive to the pupils or Indian high blade in bis Lead just above the eye April 3rd to wife of school Dr James Perry and Mr Jas H Born On ten pound boytheand to N season Sally a the Frank Hutchison and wife who scpip two Col JLJL13aHiei has rented his dwel- - M McGuire are erecting will fine store wife of James Centers a girl rated some weeks ago after due consider help the houses in Indian They t5 boafdr looks of the town considerably There is considerable sickness in our tion buried the tomahawk and are again E - says jct win oe oorea uiayxaeeyuneighborhood but Dr J L Duff is hav Â¬ seen around the home circle as happy as H Scott who has been in Jeflersonville Tthough nothing had ever occurred ing fine success healing the afflicted MarneSl On Thursday April 9 on Hol- - for some time has returned to his homeÂ¬ One morning week as the train J G Wells living about a mile south- Â¬ was returning to last Sterling the coach Miss Pollv in Indian to Temain to the joy of his maIcreecMr Xv3d liose toofficiating Mt The Blue Sulphur springs east of here last week found a solid four ny friends HUand Rev J T Pieratt a resort for the invalids and foot vein of canuel coal on his farm A jumped the track and turned over For-Â¬ at Indian are tunately no one was seriously hurt but Born On the Sth inst- - to the wife of young people of the burg especially on fortune for some capitalist some of the passengers were considerably Mrs T M Scott IX T Glbbs of Laceys creek a boy Sunday evenings Our log men have almost given up 10 pounds 2sanie John MaÂ¬ who has been on the sick list for some- Â¬ hopeofra tide this spring to take their scared Srcighing Mack Landsaws wife and two small time is convalescent and it is hoped she fine poplar and walnut timber to market rion children were poisoned some time ago by will entirely recover At last spring but if our faith is strong enough we will Ivy svrup They thought they were cy ae of our pioneer citizens is icre She was rather backward in pull through Mark using Blackroot They are in a very ged9fis lyii a the point of deatlu opening her dreamy eyes moistened withÂ¬ CA2JEY critical conditn but the physicians Success gloRSly4spssuig away the old genera the sparkling dewbrops Success to The Herald think they will Recover rious success to the welcome interesting rtioa and lut few remain now Col L M Flournoy who is logging on Jno W Burton is very low with fever and appreciated Herald Red river was over last week and pur-Â¬ Gap key Jos C Lykins of Campton is here on Logston Wilson of the Champion chased him a batchelor outfit and will business company last Thursday killed a rat mill spend the springtime among the birds Personal Paragraph which measured 17 inches from the tip Judge Amos Davis is here buying cat-Â¬ and flowers of Cliimney top Success to L Jas Elkins of Lane was in our town tle for the Mt Sterling market ofJhis tail to the end of his nose you colonel may your pot ever boil on caiuruuy H Burns Cox of West Liberty paid strong Longfellow Rev- T Pieratt will preach at the Jos P Rose paid our sanctum a visit our town a flying visit last week John Rose school house on Lacy creek last Saturday Powell County Miss Susan Goodwin of this place is At 11 a in next Sunday and at aunt MERRIL Stephen G Samples and wife of Ezel visiting relatives in Wolfe county Lottie littles at 3 p m same day week were in town last Success to Thl Herald Judge Wm Lykins has returned from Swango whose illness we noted Maroftin county where he has been at- Â¬ Farmers are very busy sowing oats and Farmers who wish to dispose of their Mortie getting ready for corn planting tending circuit court lancb cdnnpt dobettcr than b consulting last week is out again There were several indictments made you wish D J Lykins of Caney took supper with Us Come and see us if J C Sebastian hsis returned home from against the whisky dealers in this county at the Pieratt house Sunday Lee county where he went to attend the to sell a piece of real estate Misses Rettie Knox and Rosa Lee were Ex sberif S M Tutt of Campton was sale of the property of Plummer Kin visiting at R C Mansfields one day last Read our Mt Sterling advertisements in town Saturday on a business visit caid deceased week And when you go to tliat city to buy any Â¬ Patton J C Clark of West Libert was in child that Martin of thisonplace has a Mrs Sallie Hoskins has rented her and them thing be sure to call on them has five fingers each hand farm to Wm Johnson who will tend guest of the Pieratt town Saturday it only if you wish to save money and six toes on each foot It is well de- Â¬ in corn house The Powell County mills at this place Andrew Lindon and wife of Gilmore veloped and is about two years old Rev- - E P Mickell preached Sunday It wife with intense sorrow tliat we owned by Thompson Mansfield are M E church creek paid Hazel Green a visit last Sat Â¬ roprniiig asd nkrht in the learned of the death of Rev Isaac Ly- Â¬ gcttirtg as much grinding as they can do church urday of Ihls place the Presbyterian Gras- Â¬ kins which occured at Judge B F Daj of Mt Sterling sy creek a few days agohis home on many Will Alexander who was indicted for building not being ready for occupancy He had robbing a store at 01 ay City last spring passed through town yesterday en route friends and relatives here to mourn his term of circuit court was arraigned for Elder Reynolds of Bourbon county to Jackson loss Lex trial at last term and pleading guilty divine f the Chrisrion a Jackson Day and his son Kser of was sentenced to the state prison for one ezel meeting church will begin a protracted White Oak Morgan county were in town year Verily the way of the transgressor Texas fever is raging in this vicinity our town on or soon after the 10th one day last week in Dudley Mrs T P Lumpkins is very low with is hard of May Sheriff W F Hanks of Bates county has been visiting friends bere but fever people in this vicinity think Wm Emory James of this county a short Now is the time to bring in eggs Mo Tuesday for his home Most time since sent us three highly decorated you left Neal was innocent cHckfiBBineati vegetables etc H eggs the product of a hen on his place twnar I110 1C OTI AHttV WflV trk Tnlie one of J T Days little twin Sam S Dennis left for Frankfort this The frescoing is said to be just as it ap-Â¬ - daughters was ouite sick last week and Tjavfor It and will be an accommodapeared when the rggs were found in the hi pr sister Lillie was like one lost for a morning on business tion to us Stock is high com is scarce and money nest and certainly surpasses anything and few days but LuUe is now better ever before offered by natures strange for all is serene They are bright children inst plenty in Morgan D S Gtxbey our new nominee Most of the farmers in this vicinity are freaks The patterns we have examined Day and the townspeople miss their cherry legislative Kohors has rented the with plowing their sod land are quite unique and the work is that of House in this place and moved to it smile3 when anything is wrong Mrs W T Swango of Hazel Green a master hand The colors used by her Mir Godsey will doubtless prove an ex either family on Broke- - henship in the embellishment of these cellent landlord- B Hayes of the high school is visiting her fathers Prof N eggs is a brilliant carmine fawn and a leg at this place will deliver a lecture on Mrs Dr Niekell has been visiting rel- Â¬ rich cream She is a born artist and if The trouble in Rowan count has been The growth of the United States to Â¬ Bamum or some other great showman settled bv the factions heretofore en- the people of Maytown on Saturday atives and friends at West Liberty the owned her he might make a fortuue Mr caged siiruing a kind of treaty of peace not fail attend as you past week TSs wis recommended by the states night next Dorewarded to so doing Mr We understand that John Amyx a stu- Â¬ James is saving up all her eggs now pre in paratory to setting themformeubution will be amply committee of uw estigation as the better Haves is a scholarly gentleman ana nan dent of the Hazel Green high school got when he hopes the eggs wiliproduce cal- Â¬ nd nosf economical way to settle it ico by the bolt in such fancy patterns as dies the statistics of the country in an badly April fooled manner He has mastered the de-Â¬ As soon as men run their logs I think to drive eastern print works from the able On Monday April 13th we will return tails of his subject and will be able to The Herald will get a number of sub- Â¬ trade If she produces an eggevery day and each egg when hatched produces a to our old stand on Maysville street the give a more lucid description of the sub- Â¬ scribers at this office Phamix Stables where we will again be ject than any one we know Hear him R M Pieratt bousht a beautiful stal- Â¬ bolt of calico of color as fast as the color aaa taiv Our turnouts are nrst- - by all means at no less lion at thejsale of vin Prater deceased on the egg it can be sold will make than be in Deiser i2 a or Kfartles will With thanks him ten cents per yard and He is the only pedigreed horse in the rich ajw sn than tvpr before Jack Ringo sheriff of Menifee W T mountains we for past favors n T solicit your future Dav marshal of Maytown and Jno Cox --RoBisoy Supt Rev D G Combs has organized a Attention is called to the sale of Mrs nf tiu nniintv were jruests of the Pieratt prayer meeting in this place which will Caroline Swango which takes place to- Â¬ night last They had be held every Wednesday nightv We morrow at which time the following ar3 fallen of the Christian House on Monday Rev Al Little whom they had arÂ¬ property will be disposed of 1 horse 1 Jw and one of the supervisors ior in charge Jackson Monday on a warrant hope it may prove a success church Mon Â¬ rested at through town on M Pieratt sold to Cortes ah a line saddle andjiarness mare 1 cow and our cbmnty court at LouisvlUe charg- Â¬ V the other supervisor at from thewithS attempted pension frauds beautiful bay cow four years old smooth calf 3 cos 1 yearling calf farming day ing him Â¬ Campton for the purpose of inspecting They were here met bytj S Detective horns and lofty hip bones for 27r50 utensils household and kitchen furniWhile there he jyill c c Terras all sums of 5 and cash We trust she may give enoughJ ture the aWors books nizbt thus Welch and the party left Tuesday morn milk to supply the family and have some less casboves that amount on a credit - 1UCUIUJJU Avprv sj JlUiU 1 j rm thpir onsoner xur iwuiaM left for the pig Titeup of twelve monthsnvith 6 per cent interest i- J FRENCHBURG visiting Jude W S Pierce Son have moved their drug- Â¬ Penix store to the house formerly occupied by H L Hackney as a dry goods store on Walnut street Elder D G Combs immersed one per Â¬ son at his meeting last Sunday He will hold a protracted meeting here beginning the first Saturday in May By the way you have your church directory wrong for this place Elder Combs does not preach for the Methodists on the second bunday Perhaps they would have him to change his doctrine before they would employ him County court first Monday The most important business was A change en Â¬ larging school district No 1 French burg the appointment of James Arm itage admr of the estate of James Armi tage deceased and the trial of Aaron Combs on the charge of bastardy made by Nancy Fugett The defendant was acquitted but the commonwealth ap- Â¬ pealed to circuit court Toot Dr W G Carter of West Liberty is Whick ke sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can be 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 TRIMBLE ROBT 3L TRBIBLSi- - THIMBLE BEOS WHOLESALE GrEOCEBS AND DEALERS IX I 1 Mi Flour Provisions Salt Nails 0ils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED N i - i i845 - 3iinowdiksdecacd - The Leading InsurancetAgencyOF MT STEELING KY Toyal Assets of Agency - S4S848780 SO 185 Royal of Liverpool 1830 1S09 1794 1710 1782 t Liverpool and London and Globe of England 3GS75000 Merean- North British 33301000 tile of England Ins Co of North America of Philadelphia 971696 Sun Fire Office of London oSC3000 Phenix of London 53S3916 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 00 1S10 1S49 Ilartford ofllartford Sprintrfield of Liverpool 00 18o3 Firemens 33 1S69 Northwestern National 00 1750 Niagara of New York 46 1SG5 Boatmans Pittsburg forma Fund orCalx- - ororinsfield 9260000 0 4511240 00 147302S 00 2585633 00 1154839 00 1874035 00 411499 00 r Insurance in order to he reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knowa corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as ihe paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN j J Office At Traders and Deposit Bank Si - JOHN W JONES DEALER IN i S- - it ASf Szti M dllll oil NO 10 MAIN STREET - 01 Mo KY 3 75 - - MT STERLING Largest Stock of Clocks CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike In Eastern Kentucky 3 75 90OJ 100 DOLLAR UP proient and Album SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons Eight Day Clock r 1 ETParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods m JOHN W JONES THE MT STEELING m0 j inn il I J li I 0 UUI 1 Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and are ready to take contracts for putting up same Person Aran ting a strictlr Wrought Iron Fence and that the best in the world can bur no other Wealso make a stvle adapted to enclosing country burying grounds 6nr Fences are not only the most sub Â¬ stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them ia greatly enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the most mod- ern machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per formaneefcpf their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and nwke F speeialyjfrf dimming and Hammering Saws Mt Sterling O r V- J No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same rSaw mill men will do well to call on us or write foiformation Catalogues furnished on application to -- R T BEAN Supt SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP FROM Jy -- - -- 1 F FRITZ JT - ped fc J LODGING HOUSE T rT turner jm uuu Jeneraon -meetwHh syafitfncfrc NiCKELL DAYSBOBOUGH ICY LOUISVILLijr lSEhtranceon It 5Ui -- feSSC y X i - - stairsi -1 rB Ml iWHIXESRUr Mgfctaem up - - r- - iv fc fC fggpW r r ss 3Rfr- iJ M mil I lyil WIMIHMMI H M - T IM- J- - T 3 jrpf Bw i prh V- - w 1 Jiii f THEjASSICN FOR PLAY 5TcjTleef - WINTER JN CALIFORNIA g NOT AS I WILL SUBSCRIBE k f Hon the Weather Differs from Winter In 7bt aa I riliP fHelen Hunt the sound stows swoafc FOR New England j Each time my lips the words repeat j Not as I wfflp the darkness feels San Francisco Bulletin Within four blocks nf where we After Thanksgiving winter In the 3Iore safe than light when this thought steals said jl well informed resident to Atlantic states east of the Hudson Like whisperod voice to calm and bless stand and ing there are no fewer than seventy- - good sleighing is expected at this date All unrestwilir all loneliness One Not as I because the five gambling boosts in full blast The i Hera nnThinfr mnm than a few white Who loved us first and best ha3 gone place was the Henry Clay sta- - frosts indicate that winter has come Before us on the road and still tion at the intersection of St There have been frosts in the low-- rusmustaU His bfo fulfill Not as we willp imarle and Boyal streets with Last during the past week anal street the very heart of the land3 the frost crept np on the dlUJes a night RINGS AND BANGLES p8y the hour 7 p m Come with little The crystals Liv on the plank side me he said and I will show yon a walks in thesuburban towns and sparkled feature of New Orleans life worth look- - i as the ravs of the rising sun touched The Extraordinary Decorations Which Dandies are Beginning to Display ing into and we strolled into Koyal them lor a moment or two there were New York Sun street The sidewalks of that narrow millions of diamonds then small drops of Two men boarded a Broadway car one ancient foreign seeming thoroughfare water and then nothing But the frost were thronged with people eager in Â¬ makes crisp mornings and a coal or night at Twenty first street Their faces tense hurried crowds were pouring in wnnd fire most en ova bie morning ana have been familiar mrthe windows of and out of the antique buildings wnich eveningthe wood nre especially More- - j the Union club for many years one of line it on either sid Through half over the frostsheip to color the Eoilage w ian ramer corpulent ana rea opened 4oors could be xlainly seen the althouh in this country the deciduous and the other is very similar ex elaborate paraphernalia of thegamester trees drop the greater part of their foli cept that ho isnt tail They sat down A Year Always irvAdvance nd ever and anon the monotonous tones age before the frosts come The soft stiffly and looked with owl like severity of the dealer as he called forth certain maples elms whte birches and locust at the signs on the roof of the AST mysterious numbers were borne out trees which have been naturalized nere car until they arrived at Demonieos npon the evening breezes into the busy for the most part have cast their Haves where they alighted The taller of the street Yetthe4naole3 take on a wreath o color two wore three rings on the third linger We allowed ourselves to float with iw i hA iWivpc ffill- - so the irosl does of his left hand oue on the little iinjjer 11 the tide and presently we were survey not do all thv coloring Lven the ana two aaaitionai rinses on his ritrht inglhBmterior of one of these temples eucalyptus which casts its leaves at hand As ho displayed then all by of chance and gazing upon the highly midsummer and continues dropping resting his hands on his knees the impressive spectacle of 500 able bodied them until late In autumn has a wea th otner passengers baa a good oppor- Â¬ individuals rep resenting all nationalities of color which is hardly noticed The tunity for examining them Of the and races and speaking as many coniferous trees prevaiL so laigely in three rings on his left hand the upper toncmosf as the brinVmnnns at California that the high colors of decid- Â¬ one was of plain silver but snuare- PahfA f11 trfrncrfA ha unHiffl uous trees which grow on the hillsides edged in I lie second one was gold A pastime of bucking keno Seated at and mountain slopes of eastern states valuable diamond was set in it flanked DEVOTED TO the long tables intently studying their are rarely seen here et in every dell by a huge ruby on either side The cards were Americans Mexicans Ital- Â¬ after the frst frosts have come in this third ring was a wide band of gold with ians irenthmen Spaniards Cubans latitude one may find patches of color a sapphire imbedded in it There was Cheeks Chinese negroe3 a polyglot as- Â¬ shading oil from gold to scarlet with a a seal ring on the little finger of that semblage truly A half dozen other great many subdued tones which hand Of the two rmcrs on his right ames were in progress m the large hall artists who are jrood colorists J do not band one was a heavily chased ser- AND THE JT J J J but keno seemed to be the most power fail to notice The brs and the pines yum 1 J viiu it uiumuuu m il nuau - uu i J1mm M attraction There was nothing ouier was a very JI ana aeiicate mfiTiv nf thn mnimh n in pf rn ildeti about the appointments of the m onr Whpn tvrv nr hnrp thov aw ns plaiuscold ring The fat hands of the Development of Her Great House and the ony thing to invite dosnistn o in Knain until th vpmil other man were quite as prdfusely dec special comment was the openness and season sets in orated and ho wore a plain silver publicity with which everything was already come bangle on his left wrist The bangle The first rains have conducted The hall was on the main But the winter rains have not yet ap was riveted on The spectacle of these nSSrtmd opened directly upon the street peared There is a sort of hush between two gorgeously bedecked and bejeweled and similar scenes were witnessed in a the autumn and Winter If one goes to club merudrew attention to th- - fact that half dozen buildings in the immediate the wood he will hear hardly any other the wearing of many ringer rings has There are laws against gam Â¬ sound ttian that of the harsh and ob- suddenly Lecome very pop dar in fsew rictn ty bling in Louisiana as in every other streperous bhieja Here and there wih York A jeweler who was subsequently state said my companion but no at- Â¬ be a tapping on the trunks and an oc spoken to about tho matter said the cheapest ncvspaper ever published tempt is ever made to eniorce them Jt casional s uirrel descends to seo what fen men buy rings now where one in Eastern Kentucky only would be impossible ambling house provision in the way of acorns then bought them a year ago and they are are condutedwith the same opennea may be left on the ground In the open nearly all ot the glove ring pattern and publicity in 2few Orleans as any where the ground is soft there are the that is the stone is not set up from the legitimate business It always has been tracks of the sneaking coyote Even ing as is the case with solitaire diamond so and I presume always will be so owls cease in a measure to hoot in the rings which ladies wear but it is set in until our people change their natures winter season and the mournful sound gold on a level with the surface of the The spirit of gambling seems to be in of doves has altogether ceased A great ring so he can draw on his gloves withthe verylwair of New Orleans It ap silenje has fallen upon the woods out removing his ring Ihe fashion pears to have possession of all classes There is hardly a singing bird The came as all such fashions do from of the community and it manifests it- Â¬ linnets in the suburban gardens which across the water Tho French dandies self in a great variety of ways It is two months ago were so active in feasfc- - are in the habit of wearing all sorts of not of recent growth Prom the origi ing on the ripe fruit bennnmc even rings the majority of them being nal settlement of New Orleans nearly earlier with cherries and continuing souvenirs from some of their romance Publishes the home news the state news 200 3ears ago down to the present until the last ripe pear had di appeared escapades The fashion sproad to Engthe general news and yet is time jts people have wooed the goddess have become silent also more land where it nourished two or three iso ofJchanee with all the fervor and eager- Â¬ songs and no more depredations for the years ago It is no longer considered ness which characterize them to day good reason that there is nothing to proper on the other side for men to wear Gaming is the popular vico of the steal and the pairing season has not a number of rngs unless they are Latins who have stamped their im press begun The white frosts are the fitting utterly valueless l have seen men who were undoubtedly entitled to a leading so indelibly upon the morals and min They precede introduction of winter uers of this city The passion for play the heavier rains position on the other sde who wore livo 5seocIagious anditrhas been fostered The trade vunds nave died out Thej or six rings the total value of which in New Orleans by thecourse of events will not prevail m this latitudti before would not have exceeded 15 One The long reign of king cotton inducing the middle of next iiay Some are un would perhaps be a small shell ring 1 constant ventures into the field of spec Â¬ kind enough to soy that it is a pity that bought for a shilling at some seaside re- Â¬ ulation and the uncertainties growing they should ever prevail But thast port kept to commemorate a moonlight Js more deeply interested in the Develop ouof the civil war and the abolition ofÂ¬ winds are the Lords scavengers sent up stroll or perhaps something like that ment or Jastern Kentucky and pub- Â¬ slavey only served to spread and in as so man inessagers irom the salt another would he a plain and narrow lishes more matter relating to its tensify the gaming fever and to day it ocean to deliver the city from plague band of gold twisted from a bangle in a resources than any paper in rages as violently as ever and pestilence San Irrancisco has not ball room a third a little circlet from a the state yet the price In conversation with a city official ho been a clean city from the day of its child niece or sister and so on through- Â¬ is very low only told me of an arrangement which has foundation There is Oriental dirt and t out That sort of thing never looked ben in force for many years and which Occidental dirt It has come to be a vulgar on the other side but over hero although extra Iegnl is maintained by foreign city Merchandise fills the side- it is likely to arrive at great proportions general consent Every gambling house walks and in many places crowds the and tho richer the man the more rings 1 1 in the cit3 pays a stipulated sum each pedestrian into the street Offal ic he wears What about the masculine bangle month into the hands of the mayor ana thrown there The six months1 trade the amounts so raised are set apart for the winds of summer and the six months1 I believe the duke of Beaufort started support of the almshouse Thatinstitu rain are the two sanitary agents which the fashion years ago and it has been tion is wholly maintained by the con- - keep watch and ward over the city The continued by a number of American tributions of the keepers of gaming- Â¬ most dangerous weeks of the year on actors dudes and fools It is of all afhouses and has not cot the taxpayers a the score of health are those when fectations tho most effeminate I am penny for years Thus the garni ling neither the trade winds nor the rains glad to say we have only had three men hbnsesare virtually licensed although prevail The winter season being less who desired that sort of ornamentation Numbers among its contributors many gentlemen who are eminentty quali- Â¬ without any authority of law and their pronounced in this latitude there is less The bangle is nearly always of silver fied to show the capitalists of the keepers are practically under official disposition to store up anything All and without any embellishment Two country our great wealth pay their as- the season is open and even now the men who recently departed to different protection so long as they remote quarters oe the world came and induce immigration sessments regularly preserve order and bees are making honey or are going to and into our section permit no crooked work in their rob otner hives For in this state even in not long ago and had bracelets riveted on their left wrists They dont ex ect among them establishments the bees have caught the spirit of the to meet again for years so they indulged monopolist They get a part of their The Irst Ireeil Slave In America honey honestly and as to the rest they in this little bit of romance This vaVJCcK Washinston Post the solidest reason I ever heard of for EC Not very far from Tokay on the Cape do not scruple to get it dishonestly the musculine bangle and that wasn t Pear river is the site of another olC The Child in Uteru uro very solid either when you come to southern homestead Owen hill in whose Atlantic Monthly look it squarely in the eye family graveyard is the tombstone of There wasa time just beyond the memThe Pantajraph in Art thefirst slave t whom an American ory of men now living when the child New York Mail and Erpress1 freedom was born in literature At the same master Toluntarilygaftj his This slave vas Omereh an Arabian period books for cmldren began to be It was thought the pantagraph prince of the loulah tribe who was written There were children indeed would make any one an artist said a taken captive by a victorious negro tribe in literature before Wordsworth created commercial artist as he ran the tracer of and sold as t prisoner of war to a slaver Alice Pell and Luey Gray or breathed the little machine over the outlines of a peculiarly shaped picture But I can olfiftKe coast of Guinea Omereh ran the line beginning tell you it hasnt When it was first in- Â¬ away from hs first master a South Sue was a puantam of delight Carolina cotton planter and was caught and there were books for the young be vented it was a novel idea to be able and put in the Jb ayetteville jail to await fore Mr Bay wrote Sanford and Mer say in a small photograph to trace corthe arrival of his owner ton especially is it to be noted that rectly the outlines to a mathematical and many others all of whom realize the great wealth we possess and desire the meantime Governor Owen of Goldsmith who was an avant courier of certainty life size or any desired size In Tn other to see this section developed Owen hill beard of the erect handsome Wordsworth had a verr delightful per almost on another paper words to literally trace an enlarged slave who had written all over the walls ception of the child and amused himsell It of his cell in unknown characters His with him in the vicar of Wake silhouette from a small picture curiosity was excited He went to the field while he or his double enter- was a capital idea but artists are born jail saw Omereh knew at once that he tained his little friends m real life with not made After the picture was enlarged and was not a negro aud surmised from his the Keuowned History of Goody-- Two all tho outlines faithfully transferred was a person of some Shoes bearing that he Nevertheess there has been Â¬ in and vThen the since the day of dignity in his own country ordsworth such z it was found that to filldone by give exany one could not be cotton planter came to claim his prop i succession of childish figures m prose pression orty he readily accepted Governor and erse that ve a ustitied in believ- - out an artist The invention of the Owens check for the full value of the ing childhood to have oeeii discovered at pantagraph created a scmsation Kapid slave he could neither understand nor the close ot the last century The child artists went all over the United States manage Omereh was taken to Owen has now become so common that we giving lessons to classes and sslling the hill was taught to speak -- English his scarcely consider how aosent he is from instruments Each pupil bought an instrarigeJhistory was told to his master the earlier literature Men and women strument and a few boxes of crayon and he was converted from his Moham Â¬ are there lovers maidens and youth Very few were ever known afterward to medanism Governor Owen offered him but these are all with us still The succeed in making a picture that rehis freedom and he lived in comfort at j child has been added to the dramatis sembled the original much less to be- Â¬ come artists Owen hill until he died at an advanced personam of modern literature Are the pantagraphs much used ageand was buried as a member of the They are used mostly now to trace family in the family burying ground Bad Days for rishermon FITTED DP WITH maps and irregular mechanical drawIF H StauuerinThe Ourrenty A slab of marble marks his grave Among fishermen CandlemasDay ing See I am enlarging the interior Tree Cnltnro on tho Plains tho first Monday in April theiay on view of a Pullman palace car aud in Chicago Tribune which Cain was born and Abel was stead of using a rule to draw the per Tree culture on the plains is making slain the second Monday in August spective lines and get the seats an equal rapid progress under wise encourage Â¬ flthe day on which Sodom and Gomorrah distance apart I do it all in a short ment by the government fb is not were destroyed aud Dec 31 the time with the pantagraph unusual now to see in naturally treeless r imnn VHHUli OinlrtC Ttnn Vi Vr UV11XO VW UU1U J VVCAC UUU1L UilJ regioqgf armers 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