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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- t- v - SafiJi rsBw Tsrcv jtt v s --aL JUJjj I J VOLUME Hazel Green HAZEL GREEK WOLFE COUBTT M H1 TTI IJ 1 A r4 T A 11 I IlfiS r EX WEDNESDAY APKIL 22 1885 NUMBER 8 if in ft V stocks and whipping post3 tread mills ation owing to the failure of the corn solitary cells penal colonies gibbets crop last year This place is seventy five THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER See then how the case stands Here is miles from railroad communicatforfancf LORD MACAULEYS SPEECH ON ED- Â¬ an end which as we all agree governments the roads are in a wretched condition TRUSTWORTHY IN ALL TILINGS AN UCATION jrnklieked in Wolfe coun Â¬ I tk iy are bound to attain There are only two being very narrow and heavy grades wwLckeilstej Wgely ia the counties of ty ways of attaining it One of those ways A two yoke team of catcle can only pull EPITOME OF THE WORLDS NEWS Wolfe Morgan Powell Menifee Magoffin Delivered in the House of Commons is by making men better wiser and hap-Â¬ from sixteen hundred to two thousand lat- Â¬ Breathitt Elliott Estill and Floyd the April 18th 1847 CHOICEST GEMS OF LITER f THE pier The other way is bv making them pounds taking an average of ten days to ter seven being witkout a newspaperof anv Virginia Educational Journal have heard of one in kind-- THE HKRATJ is therefore infamous and miserable Can it be doubt make the trip i ATURE THE LATEST AND Xh B8t Advertising Medina in Eastern I believe Sir that it is the right and ed which way we ought to prefer Is it stanceof the teamster leaving his wagon XctittHcky the duty of the State to provide means not strange is it not almost incredible and driving his cattle home not being FULLEST RELIABLEMAR- and advertisers ca rach more people by an of education for the common people that pious and benevolent men should able to get anything for his cattle to eat advertisement in Ite columns than by any This proposition seems to me to be im Â¬ gravely propound the doctrine that the on the road Now I believe and many KET REPORTS otherlineans Try it and be convinced plied m every definition that has ever yet magistrate is bound to punish and at the others believe if there is not a consider- Â¬ 12 months To Eu- been given of the functions of a govern- Â¬ same time bound not to teach One dollar a copy for To me able amount of provisions brought into PBLWHED EVXBYTFZDSISDAY lOKSTXG ment About the extent of those func-Â¬ it seems quite clear that whoever has a this and some of the adjoining- counties rope 1 52 a year Terms invariably cash in tions there has been much difference of right to hang has a right to educate Can there is a probability that some of the COOPE R P EN opinion among ingenious men There we think without shame and remorse poorer people may starve there are many advance Postage free to all subscribers in Ovnser adAitor are some who hold that it is the business that more than half of those wretches that will suffer beyond doubt of a government to meddle with every who have been tied up at Newgate in our There is not a single family grocery in the United States and Canada MJSCBIFnOKrJUL3W part of the system of human life to reg- Â¬ time might have been living happily this county or in any adjoining county 1885 ulate trade by bounties and prohibitions 100 Oae Copy One Year 1885 PREMIUM COPIES that more than half of those who are now that I know of The merchants all keep 60 Six Months TO to regulate expenditure by sumptuary in our goals might have been enjoying coffee on sale and occasicrdy a little GETTERS UP OF CLUBS Always in Advance laws to regulate literature by a censor- Â¬ liberty and using that liberty well that flour Among the people about one in FOR aubscriptioa will be entered npon f ship to regulate religion by an inquisi- Â¬ such a hell on earth as Norfolk Island ten of the families have barely enough THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN ar boots unless accompanied by the mon tion Others go to the opposite extreme need never have existed if we had ex-Â¬ to live on not allowing anything for fj and no subscription will be received for 5 00 and assign to government a very narrow pended in training honest men but a stock or work horses except a little forÂ¬ FIVE COPIES a uuu ix jontns With an extra copy of the Weekly sphere of action But the very narrow- Â¬ small part of what we have expended iu age and this is but a poor gras3 country KV Sun one veur WLDVEKTISIXG 3XTB8 Hy est sphere that ever was assigned to gov- Â¬ minting and torturing rogues A I heard yesterday of one man whorhis 10 00 TEN COPIES H ernments by any school of political phi 600 tljlnk Oiie Year not fed his cattle anything for a months With an extra copy of the Weekly 1000 losophyis quite wide enough for my pur-Â¬ I say therefore that the education of and cattle especialy milch cows are get Â¬ Sun one year and one copy of the 1400 pose On one point all of the disputants the people is not only a means but the ting on the lift and dying If fcheweath-Dailv Sun three months par Hates for larger advertisements made 15 00 are agreed They unanimously acknowl- Â¬ best means of attaining that which all Ler would turn warm ana we shouldhfot FIFTEEN COPIES application known edge that it is the dutj of every govern allow to be the chief end of government have any more cold snaps most of the an extra copy of the Weekly With Desiring to wind up my buiiness I have SPENCER COOPER JLddreM Sun oiib year and one copy of the ment to take order for giving security to and if thi3 be so it passes my faculties cattle might live through decided to present a splendid watch cut as Hazel Green Ky Dailv Sun six months the persons and property of the members to understand how any man can gravely About one farmer in twenty has a lit above and as GOOD A TIMErKEEPER as TWENTY COPIES 20 00 of the community contend that government has nothing to tl corn to sell at 1 a bushel the farmers many which sell for 5000 to each of my With an extra copy of the Weekly old friends and customers who will come This being admitted can it be denied do with the education of the people here never ask more than 50 cent3 a bush Â¬ COUNTY OFFICERS OF WOLFE Sun one year and one copy of the G 3 Swango forward and pay off their notes amounting My confidence in my opinion is el unless in exceptionally hard years that the education of the common people County Judge Dailv Sun nine months iTyiKash to 2500 or over provided the note was for THIRlY COPIES 30 00 is a most effectual means of securing our strengthened when I recollect that I hold There are scores of people in this region County Attorney tTiavid Hogg merchandise bought of me while in busiCounty Clerk With an extra copy of the Weekly and our property Let Adam that opinion in common with all the having from three to twelve hi the fam Â¬ Sersonsanswer Wm F Elkins ness And in order that all may be accomSun and one copy of the Daily Sun Circuit Clerk that question for me His greatest lawgivers statesmen and polit- Â¬ ily who can only get 50 cents a day for I Centers modated I will discount the watch price Sheriff one year authority always high is on this subject ical philosophers of all nations and ages their labor a fewyoung men get TSceuS 350 in proportion to those whose notes J- - Creech Jaileiu Fielden Cox are less than 2500 This offer is good unul Single Copies by Mail 3 Cents To Europe entitled to peculiar respect because he with all the most illustrious champions when working at saw logs in tne fall and Coroner June 1st Call on or address extremely disliked busy prying inter- Â¬ of civil and spiritual freedom and espe-Â¬ winter and in spring when the logs are S B Smith AssessorW O MIZE 1 52 a year C M Fallen Surveyor fering governments He was for leaving cially with those men whose names were floated to market 1 a dayr and that on Â¬ Hazel Green Ky County Supt Public Schools- literature arts sciences to take care of once held in the highest veneration by ly for twenty iive or thirty days in the J The safest method of transmitting money themselves Matter Commissioner year Now many men of families are He was not friendly to ec- Â¬ the Protestant dissenters of England JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Conclusion next week out of breadstuff meat and vegetables FlEST District S P Murphy Wednesby mail is by check draft or postoffico clesiastical establishments He was of and can not get more than 50 cents a opinion that the state ought notto med- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY day alter 2nd Monday Stephen Swango DOES IT PAY day that is one half bushel of corn dle with the education of the rich But money order Thursday after 2nd Monday per day meat is worth 15 cent3 per pound he has expressly told us that a distinc D S Godsey Friday Second District Come Iet Us Reason Together JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor Address A S ABELL CO Publishers tion is to be made particularly in a com- Â¬ There are many families who are hard after 2nd Monday A J Lindon Saturday after 2nd Monday run that are worth considerable in proper mercial and highly civilized society be- Â¬ Does it pay to have scores of working Son Iron Building 33The table is supplied with the best in Thied Disteict J W Horton Wednestween the education of the rich and the men poor ragged and financially ruined ty and lands We have had no tides to take day after 1st Monday W T Tompkins the market and first class accommodation Baltimore Md education of the poor The education of in order that one saloon keeper may be timber to market and that is our staple Tuesday after 3rd Monday will be furnished for man and beast the poor he says is a matter which deep- Â¬ dressed in broadcloth and flush of money we have no money and if no tides come Fourth District JaineB Spencer Wed ly concerns the commonwealth Just as Does it pay have thousands of honest the people will have nothing to buy with nesday after 3rd Monday Isaiah Spencer 3rd Monday Thursday after the magistrate ought to interfere for the workingmen live on bone soup and half and do suppose they are the most san Â¬ H Cl Elkins Friday Fifth District purpose of preventing the leprosy from rations in order that saloon keepers may guine people in the world in regard to FOR 1S85 NEAR POSTOFFICE after 2nd Monday Wm Lansaw Saturday An organ of Live Issues Living Ideas and spreading among the people ne ought to flourish on roast turkey and champagne living under difficult circumstances after 2nd Monday LEXINGTON KENTUCKY interfere for the purpose of stopping the Moral Forces and an enemy of MonopoDoes it pay to have thousands of moth- Â¬ Here one can see the hand mill and the Sixth District S S Rose Saturday af lies Oligarchism and the Spirit of of the moral distempers which ers and children dressed in rags starved grater used to make bread from roasting progress ter 1st Monday A M Swango Tuesday after FIRST CLASS RATES REASONABLE Subsidy as Embodied in are inseperable from ignorance Nor can into the semblance of emaciated scare- Â¬ ears if they can reach green com they Ird Friday Eighth District J H Terrill Tuesday this duty be neglected without danger to crows and living in hovels in order that are safe But little wheat sown here THAT THIEVING TABLFF SONS H E BOSWELL Proprietors The Courier Journal is the acknowledged the public peace after 4th Monday If you leave the mul- Â¬ saloon keepers wives may dres3 in satin and it is nearly all frozen out REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER of the titude uninstructed there is a serious and her children grow fat and hearty Constables 1st District Zachariah Hal VntGiNrAX SOUTH is DEMOCRATIC in Politics and risk that religious animosities may pro- Â¬ and live in a bay window parlor stv 2nd District James Lacy 3rd District London April 12 rThe prospect of a Hiram Bailey 4th District A J Legg 5th first last and all the time is for a reduction Does it pay to have a good citizen in famine in the extreme mountain counties of the war taxes as levied on the people by duce the most dreadful disorders Those District James Banks 6th District George WITH are Adam Smiths own words and pro jail to be supported at the public expense of Kentucky is quite alarming From District H Clay Rose 8th Dis the tarifi now in force Sally 7th phetic words they were Scarcely liad because another citizen sells him liquor the counties of Perry Leslie Knot and trict Augustus asraaiey Sievers Carson Hardware The Weekly CourlerJournal Does it pay to have one citizen sup-Â¬ Bell come reports of widespread want COUNTY OFFICERS OF MENIFEE is without a superior in the world as a great lie given this warning to our rulers when Company his prediction was fulfilled in a manner ported by the taxpayers of the country and distress already with the worst not family and political newspaper and during The following are the county officers of 637 W Iaik Stueet the year 1S85 it will strive more zealously never to be forgotten I speak of the no in the lunatic asylum because another yet attained- - There is very little of any Â¬ Menifee vie and nopefully than ever for its political faith popery riots of 1780 I do not know that citizen makes him crazy by selling him thing raisedin these counties ordinarily 2L Vanarsdell LOUISVILLE KY County Judge J not neglecting however the infinite variety I could find in all history a stronger County Clerk J J Bvrne of choice miscellany that causes it to be so proof of the proposition that the igno- Â¬ liquor it pay to arrest try and convict and when the home supply is exhausted A T Hacknev -Circuit Clerk Does the remoteness from market renders it great a favorite in the family circle The SHeriff -- A J Ringo rance of the common people makes the and punish a man at a cost of thousands difficult to obtain food of any kind return to power of the Democratic part HAZEL GREEN KY J N Frisby Jailer f A merchant of Perry county informs will make 1S85 a year marked in the history property the limbs the lives of all class-Â¬ of dollars to the taxpayers of the coun i u xcwis Coron6r Without the shadow of a tay because another man sold him liquor mc that second grade flour which retails of the United States and no family should es insecure be without the Courier Journal who desire grievance commit- Â¬ here and at other places on the railroad the of G W Wheeler Survevor jMakes and repairs all kinds of Fanning to keep thoroughly posted on passing events a hundred at summons of a madman Â¬ under the influence which he thousand people rise in insur- ted murder County SupL Public Schools W C Taylor Tools Buggies at 260 per 100 is now selling in that and Wagons The Weekly Courier Journal has the Largest rection W S Pierce Master Commissioner During a whole week there is Does it pay to have ten of our smart county at 7 per 100 while bacon is Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten- Denocratic Circulation of any Newspaper justices of the peace tion in America If you are unacquainted with anarchy in the greatest and wealtliiest of active and intelligent boys turned into worth 25 cents per pound- - Goods and March June September and December it ask any subscriber to it as to its merits as European cities The parliament is be- Â¬ vagabonds and criminals to enable one provisions of all kinds shipped to Leslie JhiST DISTRICT Turner Spencer third a great family and political newspaper In sieged Your predecessor sits trembling man to lead an easy life by selling them and Perrv counties are hauled from this Monday C C Montgomery firstw Wednes point of quality arm quantity of interesting in his chaiij and expects every moment liquor day point a distance of 50 to 100 miles hy reading matterit leads the newspaper press to see the dpor beaten in by the ruffians Areo third- Does it pay for a paltry license to al- Â¬ ox teams and teamsters say there is Second District J T FOE of the United States If moiiev industry whose roar he hears all around the house low John Doe to sell Eichard Roe whisky scarcely anything on the roacl to feed Thursday T F Frisbv first Friday and enterprise can keep it so it will contin- The Third District J M Adams second peers are pulled out of their coaches and then spend thousands of dollars of their oxen ue at the head of American journals It Saturday Nelson Holland 4th Thursday The bishops in their lawn are forced to the taxpayers monpy in prosecuting The Whitley circuit court begins to- Â¬ contains each week the most complete Fourth District Alfred Combs first summarv of the news of the world and its fly over the tiles The chapels of foreign Richard Roe for a crime committee morrow There are 1300 cases on the Saturday Samuel Stacy third Saturday editorial columns Henry Watterson ambissadors buildings made sacred by while crazed by the whisky docket including several for murder arEiFTH District G R Hale second are always able strong and the law of nations are destroyed The Does it pay to have thousands of homes Friday Wm Hughes 4th Friday The News and Weekly Comme-Â¬ bright Among the ESPECIAL FEATURES house of the chief justice is demolished blasted ruined defiled and turned into COKSTABLEa IstDirtrict JnoL Brooks The Temperance Alphabet 3nd District J H Kiudrick 3rd District rcial of Louisville is without doubt the are Telegraphic Specials from all the leading The little children of the prime minister hells of discord and misery in order that the Johnson Whitaker 4th District J T Hed best famity paper in the South Owings points in the United States and Europe Se- are taken out of their beds and laid in one wholesale liquor dealer may amass a A is for adder that lies in it socup rial and Short Stories by popular and noted The drunkard dont see drinks it up ville Outlook K45ihDistrictH B Little B is for bottle marked poison thereon writers Talmaes Sermons the day after de- their night cloths on the table of the large fortune Spencer Commissioner of thei Richard Touch not taste not handle not or youll Does it pay to keep one hundred and livery in Brooklyn Tabernacle Market Re- horse gaurds the only safe asylum from Poor ports Fashion Letters Turf and Stock Re the fury of the rabble The prisons are fifty thousand men in the penitentiaries be undone ports Answers to Correspondents Depart- opened Â¬ C is for conscience which bids us beware Highwaymen house breakers prisons and hospitals sixty three thouThe News and Weekly Comme- Â¬ ment Poetry and Department for Children CHTCgCH DIRECTORY learning to drink or to rcial is a most excellent newspaper It No Home iii the Country should be without murderers come forth to swell the mob sand in the lunatic asylums and four D Offor drunkard just to lie at his swear nose look is iIazel Green 1st Sunday M E South is Republican in politics but lair and by which they have been set free Thirty-- hundred and sev6nty five thousand men is Ber W-- L Stamper 2nd Sundav Presbyte How red are his eyes and how dirty his it fires are blazing at once in London women and children in the poorhouses six rian Rev E P Jlickel 3rd Sunday Chris honorable in its utterances It gives clothes The Courier Journal meetings much attention to the farming interests distinctly represents the non office holding Then comes the retribution Count up at the expense of the honest industrious E is for evening when he goes out to drink tian Ber D H Fallen Prayer very Wednesday evening at the Christian of the State and material interests of and non office seeking classes It is a critic all the wretches who were shot who were taxpayers in order that a few capitalists What he knows does him harm if he only would think ioHurch Thursday evening at Jresbyterian the growing South Princeton Banner not an organ friendly to those who serve hanged who were crushed who drank may grow richer by the manufacture and ehurch well hostile to those who fail themselves to death at the rivers of gin sale of whisky F is for fountain so merry and clear the country The price is only One Dollar a jear to serve it or serve it ill equally without which ran down Holborn hill and you Who only drink water have nothing to Campion 1st Sundav Christian Rev J Does it pay to prevent the existence of fear entangling alliances or selfish expectations will find that battles have been lost and Pieratt 2nd Sunday M E South Rev G Specimen copies mailed free T a traffic which only results in crime pov- Â¬ G is for gin that makes people lazy other than the confidence and support of won with a G F agan JOHN K HUNLAP smaller sacrifice of life And erty misery and death and which never Then cross to their wives and finally crazy the people to whom alone it owes allegiLouisville Ky Mattown 2n3 Sunday M E South ance It will have no compromises to make what was the cause of this calamity a did never does never can and never will H is for heaven which no drunkard can SevW L Stamper 4th Sunday Christian ESTThe Hazel Green Herald and Lon- Â¬ know time servers but will right on in calamity which in the Bev D G Combs The Weekly News and Commercial will withpath of duty which it keep marked out don ranks with the6 greathistory of the do any good Here comes the army of While drink holds him in bondage to sin has the plague and look at them a full million and Ezel 1st Sunday Baptist Rev W L be sent to one address from this office for itself regardless of consequences It great fire The cause was the ignorance paupers one hundred thousand in each and to woe a half Givedon 2nd Sunday Christian Rev D G for one year for 175 I is for inn like a rat trap no doubt will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor- of a population which had been suffered division Brigades regiments and comÂ¬ Combs When once vou get in it is hard to get out rid head inside or outside the Democratic in the neighborhood of palaces theaters panies uniformed in rags and tatters J is for jail where the drunkard is kept iFRENCHBURGy Christian party It will fight intolerance and liberal- temples to grow lit Sunday South Rev BUY YOUR up as rude and stupid Look at their banners we waste 1000 Till the fumes of his liquor away he has tttevD G Combs 2nd 3L E ism wherever they appear and has no quarG B Dougberty 4th Sunday Presbyterian slept ter to give to or ask from malefaction and as any tribe of tattooed cannibals in New 000000 a year We cost the tax payers Zealand I might say as any drove of 100000000 more each year malefactors Democratic or Republican ReyiS P MickeL Many K is for knowledge of which little remains When he puts in his mouth what runs otT With this explanation of its scope plan and beasts in Smithfield market jACrEOX let Sunday Presbyterian Be v were rich most of them were comforta- Â¬ with his brains purpose we submit the following W B Cooner 3rd Sunday M E South The instance is strikinsr but it is not ble They unite in one chorus from sea L is for liquor whatever the name OF SUBSCRIPTION TERMS OF Hev J J Dickey solitary To the same cause are to be to sea Who hath woes who hath sor- Â¬ The taste or the color they are all the 10 00 Daily Courier Journal one year Look see the second army corps v same 5 00 ascribed the riots of Nottingham the rows Daily Courier Journal 6 months J C LYKINS iTl QUILTN sack of Bristol all the outrages of Ludd sixty thousand horses poor house wagons M is for monkey who is wiser than man 2 75 Daily Courier Journal 3 months QUIIiLTN 1 00 and Swing and Eebecca LYKXNS Daily Courier Journal 1 month beautiful and and biers carrying sixty thousand drunk Â¬ If you once get him drunk you cant do it again 2 00 costly machinery broken to pieces in ards to the graveeach year followed by Sunday Courier Journal 1 year AKraeys at Law sad Ileal Estate AjrenU N is for Noah who planted the vine 1 00 Yorkshire barns and haystacks blazing Surday Courier Journal C months the parents brothers sisters wives chil- Â¬ And how sad is the warningr got drunk Campton Ky WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL in Kent fences and buildings pulled dren friends and neighbors m funeral on the wine 1 50 One Year with a Premium 4 Titles examined taxei paid for down in Wales Could such things have procession Watch the tears Hear the O i for orphan of whom thousands are made 10 W Copies one year without premiFive eats Collections a specialty ILealEstate Every month in the year by the rum sellÂ¬ 1 00 been done in a country in which the groans and cries of the brokenhearted um each Aioughtand sold oncolmmision Will prac-Â¬ Between Bace and Vine ers trade 75 mind of the laborer had been opened by ones who lead little children by the hand Six months without premium adjoining counties tice in Wolfe and is for pledgeall good children should take 50 education in which he had been taught The orphan asylums are empty to day Three months without premium CINCINNATI OHIO 5 Payment invariably in advance If you cant sign your name your mark you to find pleasure in the exercise of his in- Â¬ they answer with one wail of agony and M- - KA3HJ should make on papers is prepaid by the tellect taught to revere his Maker taught despair Wrho hath sorrows who hath jrPostage Q is for quarrel look sharp and youll find publishers to respect legitimate authority and contentions who hath woes ATTORNEY AT LAW In nearly all quarrels theres liquor beÂ¬ The list of premiums offered in connection Third corps move on with the shuffle hind Courier Journal includes a taught at the same time to seek the re- Â¬ with the Weekly ttattkt Green Ky DEALERS in great variety of useful and attractive arti- dress of real wrongs by peaceful and con- Â¬ of the feet and the rattle of chains and R is for rum and rum seller too With one or the other have nothing to do cles A circular containing list of premiums stitutional means TfiUSpractfcifin Wolfe and adjoining coun fetters Six hundred thousand rioters complete and a sample copy of the Weekly This is my argument It is the duty thieves burglars and hundreds step S is for snow wheTe the poor drunkard lies tiec Collections will receive Overcome by liquor and freezes and dies Courier Journal will be sent fre of charge of government to protect our persons and from the dram shops and beer halls T is for tippler who grows worse and worse HAZEL GBEEN KY on application gross igno- Â¬ where they are recrnited to prey upon property Till he finds to his sorrow not a coin in his A good local agent is desired in every com- rance of from danger The is princi- Â¬ HAZELRIGG ATTERSON society and their millions of victims oin the common people a Keep in stock Sugar Coffee Flour Salt So munity to whom a liberal cash commission purse da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Oysters will be allowed A canvassing outfit is sent pal cause of danger to our persons and them in saying WTio hath contentions U is for union in union there- is strength California Salmon Sardines Mackerel local agents free of charge No Traveling property Therefore it is the duty of who hath babbling The words mean With the young aniLthe old we shall coa Maccaroni Cheese Crackers Candy Green Agents are employed by the Courier-Journa- l quer at lensth the government to take care that the viscious obscene profane words Atten and Black Teas Syrup Soap Coal Oil Cas and no subscription should ever be giv-Â¬ common people shall not be grossly igno- Â¬ tion Fourth corps more than half a mil- Â¬ V is for victim who staggered around tor Oil Machine Oil Lard Bacon Patent en to any one unless personally known to rant he lion boys and girls respond who have Till wasfell bathe river whereof course he Medicines Wooden- - and Tinware Horse the subscriber Address drowned MT STERLING KY And what is the alternative It is been corrupted and debased taught to W is for woe which eTsrjroce feels Shoes Nails Tobacco and Cigars W N HALDEMAN universally allowed that by some means use babbling words that fill the land like Whopartakes of strong Uquorandtirougi SrWill keep Fresh Beef Pork and Mut Â¬ President Courier Journal Co government must protect our persons and the frogs of Egypt ton in season the street reels Louisville Ky jn3Everything sold at prices which are X is for Xerxes a great army had he property If you take away education HAZEL GREEN KY But alcohols army is larger yon see A Scarcity of Food in Perry County what means do you leave You leave THE HAZELSREEN HERALD CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST county Y is for youth during youth oh beware Ac- Fhyslolan Surgeon and means such as only necessity can justify A letter from Hazard Perrv Lest the love of strong drink should thee PBLNTLNG OF ALL KINDS An Independent Local Newspaper means which inflict a fearful amount of bearing date the 4th inst to the Courier also ensnare Such as envelopes letter heads lies Devoted to the development of the resources pain not only on the guilty but on the Journal thus sums up the situation in Z is for zealous which I hope you will be Teadcrs bis profeEsional services to the peo This and some of the ad note heads billheads cards c neatly of Eastern Kentucky home naws c will innocent who are connected with fihe that county Wolfe aad adjoining counties From strong drinks dominion our country Green Heikii ana promptly executed at tms omce enHasel be mailed to any address for 4100 CASH guilty Yoq leave guns and bayonqts joining counties are in an alarming situ to free AN ELEGANT STEM WINDING SILVER- - pre Herald WATCH FREE NICKEL THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN PUBLIC SCHOOLS par The Waterfaury I Â¬ - ft -S- CER P-No Â¬ Â¬ iu Kh Â¬ PIEEATT HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ -- ASHLAND HOUSE COURIER JOURNAL Â¬ H J CLARK J T PIEEATT 7T BLACKSMIT Â¬ Â¬ Good Reading Little Money Â¬ editor- -in-chief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTIONS Pearl St LlSMaMOi PIERATT non-resi-- Â¬ J CASKET Â¬ prompt-atten-tio- n - Family Groceries Â¬ - 1 Attorneys at law Â¬ fSte fBlAIELBEE coucheur mi B llef 0etrxce I r fc awstv A3tSftiliij THE HEEALB 2rTk sfest way to transmit money hy mail is by registered letter post office mon ep order or drift on Cincinnati Money sent in this way will be at our risk SPENCER COOPER i SI GO Per Annum Always In Advance Editor 1885 HAZEL CREEN KYS WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 petered kt tlie Hasel Green postoffice m second cUse raail matter ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce B S GODSEY as a candidate for representa Â¬ tive from the district composed of the counties of Montgomery Menifee PowÂ¬ ell and Wolfe subject to action of the democratic party We are authorized to announce Dr F M THOMAS an indenendfmt rermhliraTt candidate to represent the legislative dis trict conipo5ea or jiontgomery aieniiee Powell and Wolfe counties LET US EDUCATE There could le no stronger argument produced in favor of education than the article which appears on our first page to day under the caption of Public Schools It is a speech delivered by Lord Macattley in the house of com Â¬ mons England as far back as 1847 In it he goes over the entire subject by deÂ¬ tail and his conclusions based upon the reasonable hours are named Moreover Mr G3 Habpeb the accomodating and You cant afford to shut vour eyes to the advent of any new discovery or invention that will make life easeivor work more Tilwnnnf Yoa tobM W affable superintendant of said road will use Tallow Candles while Gas is at hand You would be unwise to ride in a stage coach while bteam Jbingme and Palace Car await your pkoMU Ya do anything in reason to advance the unwise if you neglect to secure THE NEW AUTOMATIC WHITE SEWING MACHINE 500000 White Sewing Machines bow make eae kaU mlHioa -project We have here shown 11250 happy net receipts from such a line after it is equipped which would probably cost for twelve horses 1000 two stage coaches 1200 harness for the twelve horses 360 total 2560 clear net gain 8 690 It will be observed that we have priced the horses and stages at a high fig- Â¬ ure while our estimate of the travel and express matter has been very low but we do this to demonstrate that there is money in the enterprise and we hope some clear headed man may take hold of cs and push the enterprise to a success We might go on and demonstrate still further profits to accrue from such a line but deem our estimate sufficient -- A WORD TO THE LADIES poa - vm fly 118 win s 11 1 IS KIN OF Sewing Mecties m - w r--- Hlifc HI JLE AN URBANE OFFICIAL Of the few railroad officials who have won the confidence and esteem of the pub-Â¬ lic there are none more urbane and courte- Â¬ ous than the clever superintendent of statistics of prisons and prisoners are those of a wise counselor It would be well for each man woman and child in tle mountain country to read every line of it that they may prepare themselves for the future education of our people Especially should the heads of families and property owners realize their duties in this matter The people must be edu- Â¬ cated the masses and it behooves everv man who has the good of liis fellow man at heart to assist him in anything so laudable as an education Do not let pe cunious penury stand between you and right You cannot take away from this world any more than you brought into it unless it be of those valueless commodi- Â¬ ties sin and stinginess Unload some of your hoarded wealth therefore to assist those whom fortune has not favored as she has you and aid in educating the youth of the land Hand out your she Â¬ kels to supplement the school fund of your county until every neighborhood in the mountains may reverbrate with the joyous sounds of the school house belL The precept established heretofore by several of our immediate citizens of supplementary gifts to this cause is cer- Â¬ tainly a very commendable one and should be practiced by all well meaning men If you would wipe out crime you should use charity especially toward schools Lord Macatjltly holds that whoever has a right to hang has a right to educate Is it not so Can your conscience convince you that it is right to punish an ignorant man No no the law1 of the land does not recognize igno rance as an excuse but what about the law of Gqd Does not an accusing con- Â¬ science say to you every time one of these uneducated unfortunates comes up for a criminal offense I am in a meas- Â¬ ure responsible for that mans crime I have lived a frugal life and hoarded that which I have when I might have spared some for his and his childrens succor Be a man and show your worth by your deeds Let us have schools common schools graded schools high schools colleges When we shall have them then this country will flourish as a green bay tree Do not say That will never bel It is just as easy to say It shall be donel Talk with your neighbors and impress them with the idea of education Show them the fruits of it in places where they most enjoy it and engage them in enterprises in each precinct to extend the school term by a liberal dona- Â¬ tion of private funds You will never miss what you give because the increased happiness and prosperity you will wit Â¬ ness will more than compensate you for the pecuniary outlay OUR STAGE LINE the Kentucky and South Atlantic rail- Â¬ way Mr Geo B Hahper He is more generally liked than any official we know and the reason is obvious He is ever on the lookout for something to build up the country through which his road runs The genteel offer he made in regard to our proposed stage line would not we venture have been made by any other rail- Â¬ road official in the country They are generally very stiff and want the favors to be extended in their direction but he proposes to accomodate the line at the ex- Â¬ pense of his road and the people of this section appreciate the offer much We hope this road may be extended nearer to us soon that we may see more of him and be able to reciprocate his many gen-Â¬ Â¬ bang RKEsqJstSB HkSkaOHkB E iKBKKI 3 oW mm fr KlHHHHiiiJ M i1 s gw lift erous offers Uln tirt 111 Mi EV- Â¬ W jKv- - r - a T annum which at the minimum price of 200 apiece would be 10000 and 300 would cheerfully be paid for three months in the year which would make the re- Â¬ ceipts at the rate of 15000 for the pas senger trafiic alone Then the mail con- Â¬ tract could le secured at 1000 It is now carried in a very unsatisfactory manner at 800 but even this would pay for the care of the stock on the line The express matter would more than pay for the drivers two of them and the wear and tear on the stagee There is no toll to pay and at one end of the line loardfor the driver and stahle room for the horses have been tendered without cost by Mr J H Piebatt of the Pie ratt House in this town Besides these advantages the trains on the Kentucky and South Atlantic railway running from Mt Sterling will be made to arrive at and depart from Sothwell to suit the convenience of the jstage line provided - A stage line from here to Eothwell will pay a bigger dividend than any rail Â¬ road in the state Do not take our word for it but go to work and prove it by building it up The travel over this road would be not less than 5000 persons per Kentuckys Resources Bennet H Young First Her climate is the most salubri- Â¬ ous possessing all the elements of a healthy and hardy manhood Situated in the heart of the country half way be- Â¬ tween the north and the south her cli- Â¬ mate is neither too hot nor too cold Her rainfall is 50 inches per anum while in the northwest whether many Ken tuckians emigrate the rainfall is only 33 inches and in the matter of wind and storms Kentucky would bear compari- Â¬ son equally as well SecondShe has more miles of naviga- Â¬ ble rivers within and around her borders than any other state of equal size These if properly improved would be great highways of internal commerce While Ohio Indiana and Pennsylvania have very few navigable rivers Kentucky has 2700 miles Third In the matter of coal Ken- Â¬ tucky stands pre eminent by nature She has 300 square miles more coal than Great Britain One third of the whole state is underlaid with coal or 13 000 out of 40000 square miles Ken- Â¬ tucky has one fif tli of all the Aplachin coal district and one twelfth of all the Illinois belt and yet out of the 100000 000 tons of coal anually produced in the United States Kentucky furnishes only 1600000 tons England with a district less in area and of inferior quality to that of Kentucky produces annually 157000000 tons worth 300000000 Though comparisons are said to be odious they are often instructive Illinois pro-Â¬ duces one tenth of the coal mined in the United States Pennsylvania produces six tenths and ships much of it one thousand miles and further to market while Kentucky furnishes only one fifti- Â¬ eth having too over 300 more square miles of coal land than Pennsylvania Kentucky has five times the amount of coking coal that Pennsylvania has yet it furnishes not one ton In a little dis- Â¬ trict in Pennsylvania not larger than a blue grass county 32000000 tons of an- Â¬ thracite coal is mined annually which is worth 200000000 To offset this Ken- Â¬ tucky has the finest cannel coal destrict in the world In several counties in East ern Kentucky including Morgan Wolfe and Breathitt is the only place in Amer- Â¬ ica where cannel coal can be successfully mined Everywhere it exists in scatter- Â¬ ed pockets but here it lies in continuous veins seven feet thick and of as fine a quality as the German coal In petrole- Â¬ um Kentucky has a finer distaict than Pennsylvania yet the latter state pro- Â¬ duces every day 155 barrels while the former produces only 7 barrels and so indifferent areKentuckians to the subject that 500000 barrels were allowed to run into the Cumberland river and waste without an effort being made to stop it The cry is raised that it is for the lack of transportation and yet in Pennsylvania oil is run 700 miles through iron pipes to market not waiting for railroads Fourthly In iron up to 1860Ken tucky held a prominent positionand ev-Â¬ en as late as 1872 she had sixy furnaces in full blast and furnised one tenth of the iron of the nation Now she has not a sinle funace in operation and yet the only two places in the world whre coking coal and iron are found within two miles of each other are jn Kentuckv Fifthly Kentucky has 90000 acres of the finest white pine land in the world and in hard wood timber she has more than any five other states Any quanti- Â¬ ty of land in Eastern Kentucky can be bought for one dollar per acre when there are single trees on it worth ten times that cost Two billion feet of lumber float annually down the Kentuckv river alone The greatest trouble in develop- Â¬ ing aU these resources is the lack of trans- Â¬ portation and this owing mainly to the lethargy of her own citizens on this subÂ¬ ject They invest millions annually in western ranches and silver and gold mines and leave uncultivated the rich fields at home Although the center of population in the United States is in Kentucky yet her own population in- Â¬ creases veryslowly Only 3000 out of her 1600000 citizens are engaged in min Â¬ ing making and getting lumber and yet Kentucky has a nearer market for these products in the cities of Louisvile Cin- Â¬ cinnati Chicago St Louis and other cit-Â¬ ies south and west than Pensylvania which now supplies them The crying JB P L REESE General Manager KY MT STERLING who can Come Well RecommendedB8 CSTA few Extra Canvasser wanted Office in the Mammoth Reese Building WE AEE ANXIOUS TO HAVE A GOOD ACTIVE PERSON IN ERY TOWN TO REPRESENT US For Lexington and Vicinity address B F Nustxelly 75 Mala Street For West Liberty and Vicinity address F M Caskky For Sandy Hook and Vicinity address M M REDWEfX For Maysville and Flemingsburg and vicinity address Z J Phsew FJanIa For Olive Hill and Vicinity address I Pelfby Esq Jameson Ky - Thoy Are Not Starving in Terry need is for Kentuckians themselves to f plow share We their hands to the Frankfort April 13 Judge J M ave the brains and the natural resources Unthank who left Pineville Bell coun- Â¬ The key note should be to obtain the best ty last Friday arrived in this city this possible results from what we have afternoon He says that the report of Here should be the field for the young the starvation prevailing in Bell Leslie men of the state and other eastern counties is altogether false and slanderous The Scorchers Sentiments I cant imagine said he what gave Is it right to allow the whisky traffic rise to such a preposterous statement for to poison the people manufacture drunk- Â¬ provisions are more plentiful there now THE SPLENDID SADDLE AND HAE NESS STALLION Qf AMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW No 441 W Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE JET Will make the season of 1885 at the stables of the subscriber on Red Kiver Six SaPractrces ha all tbe Sate Crts aad miles east of Hazel Green at special attention pre t taubiest all kinds in the United StafcM Cearta S4 to Insure a 2are in Foal GREY EAGLE money due when the mare proves to be in foal or is parted with and a hen will be reÂ¬ ards paupers lunatics taxes ruined than at any similar period in the past tained on the colt for the insurance money homes corrupt the ballot and fatten on five pears We pay less for our food where it is not paid before foaling time BJM KASH DPHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON tf unrighteous gains The good men and than the people or Frankfort Flour on- Â¬ women from Plymouth rock to the Gold- Â¬ ly costs us 3 cents per pound while it en Gate say no and humanity shouts costs in Frankfort 3 cents bacon 10 cents in Pineville and 12A cents in Frank- Â¬ amen The suggestion contained in last weeks fort corn 60 to 75 cents in Pineville and Herald in regard to the establishment other articles in proportion Our people of sale days at Hazel Green ought to be are dependent on the freshets in Cumberadopted not only by the people of that land river to float off their logs and un- Â¬ vicinity but such sale days ought to be less we have a freshet soon money will held monthly in each county in the become a great deal scarcer than it is mountains When Ave quit driving our and it is certainly scarce enough now stock to the lower markets there to run but as for the matter of starvation it is the gauntlet of combinations to slaughter stuff and nonsense calculated by the prices they will come to us and pay us publication to do our part the state an for our stock what it is reasonably worth injury There has been a very bad fever A company was incorporated at the in Pineville which proved fatal in a last session of the legislature to bridge number of instances but is even nothing the Licking at or near this town It is remarkable to be hoped that the gentlemen who com- Â¬ Compiled Compliments pose the company will put the project on Salem Ills April 14 foot at once and accomplish the work this season It is a convenience demand Editor of The IIazel Green Harald As a specimen copy of your paper ed by the very necessities of our people chanced to fall into my hands ana as I and an enterprise that ought to be en- Â¬ couraged and aided by all By all means am much pleased with it you will find enclosed 1 for one years subscription let it be completed before next winter I must congratulate the citizens of The board of trustees of West Liberty Wolfe for having such a breezy sheet in at a recent meeting repealed the ordi- Â¬ their locality It most assuredly is a nance which prohibited the owners of long felt want supplied and it will be hogs from permitting them to run at greatly to the interest of the people of large on the streets This was shameful Eastern Kentucky to support it liberally and does not meet the approval of a large Wishing the Herald success I sub- Â¬ majority of our people Common decen- Â¬ scribe myself E H Steele cy as well as security to the yards and a private letter to W T Caskey From gardens in the town demand a hog law of this place from Montevello Mb we and a rigid enforcement of it We have are permitted to make the following ex-Â¬ but little admiration for a man or set of tract Brother I received a sample men who will subordinate the public good copy of The Hazel Graejt Herald to their private greed and the man who you sent me I am well pleased with it permits his hogs to riot and fatten by frind enclosed 1 to pay a years sub-Â¬ the spoliation of the gardens of his neigh-Â¬ scription Would not be without jit for bors is unfit to live in a civilized com-Â¬ five times the price All good people munity ought to do something for the Herald and especially those in Eastern Ken-Â¬ The Enterprises Eruditions tucky Enoch S Caskey The case of the commonwealth against James Estes charged with murder was The Acorns Affability tried last week and the jury brought in The Acorn The Hazel Gkeen Hee a verdict of guilty of manslaughter and nxea nis punisnmem at connnement in ald is the name of a bright and spicyÂ¬ the penitentiary for eight years Estes weekly published at Hazel Green Kenwas also tried for house breaking and tucky by Spencer Cooper at 1 per an- Â¬ sentenced to two years in the penitentia- Â¬ num We notice in its columns the ad- Â¬ ry making ten years in all The mur- Â¬ vertisements of some of our old play- Â¬ der case was the killing of young Gran- Â¬ mates whom fortune has favored and placed at the head and front of Hazel ville Mann last July is cram-Â¬ progress The Dr F M Thomas Hazel Green called Green with good tilingsHeeald edited and is ably med at our office Monday while in town Dr Thomas is an independent republican can- Â¬ Sugar Dumpling didate for representative in the district A Sentinel Democrat Sentinel Democrat Wolfe county dem- Â¬ composed of Montgomery Menifee Pow- Â¬ ocrats offer D S Godsey as their choice ell and Wolfe We predict that he will make a splendid race one of which any for representative and according to the man would be proud for his high char- Â¬ rule aquiesced in for some years it is that acter and qualifications for the position countys turn so as Mr Godsey is known to which he aspires insures the favorable to be an honest sober intelligent quali- Â¬ fied and good man there will be no ob- Â¬ consideration of his people the other counties Capt B E JIRoberts the agent and jection to him fromFrenchburg will be a Co the The convention at representative of Carter Bros leading wholesale dealers in dry goods formal affair and notions of Louisville is in town tm Gen Grant whose illness we reported wees on nis accustomeaperioaicai rounai soliciting natronase and takiner orders last week is much better and it is now Relieved he will recover In these days of sharp competition takes not only a bit of diplomatic skill in the drummer but a superior quality of goods to catch and hold custom HOUSE Capt Roberts has the required tact and CAMPTON KY his house the excellent articles that to- Â¬ gether have made their success phenome Â¬ Alex J Asbury Proprietor nal in this section as doubtless is Tenders his profeaioBI MrritM to tfex izens of Wolfe and adjeialsy ewitR Offiice at residence oa GREY EAGLE is a beautiful dapple gray Â¬ sixteen hands high finely formed and ex TTAZET GBEEN KY hibits grand action and style DESCRIPTION Brftr7 PEDIGREE GREY EAGLE was sired by a Packard ATTORNEY AT LAW horse from Ohio and his dam was a fine mare from the blue grass region of this state NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMDOEXOJ He has proved himself a sure foal getter and DEPOSITIONS his colts are as fine as those of any horse ever in the mountains HAZEL GXXX KT All care will be taken to prevent accidents Â¬ but I will not be responsible should any ocR M WILSON cur -- A POSTER IxACEY Srap These springs are located three quarters of a mile from the beautiful town of Hasel Green Tha water contains a larger per centage of iron than any other water known hence it is the most valuable in the cur of disease used internally or externally Among the many diseases which flesh is heir to and for which this wonderful water is known to be a positive and permanent cure are the following JP EOGEBSf WITH Louis Stix Go J IMPORTERS XXD JOSSZ2S OF The Water of Life for Dry Goods and MotKon Afflicted Humanity Thibd Rags axd IRON IS SING TJxior Stwocm CINCINNATI O J a LEON MARKS CO CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKLN DISEASES SCROFULA CAÂ¬ TARRH EHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NER Â¬ C VOUSNESS We append few of the hundreds of testimonials- which have been tendered as to the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoyy A gentleman of Illinois saya I think the water of Swango Springs did me more good Clothing AND CLOTH BOUSE S W COB PEASL AND YINE STMXT CINCINNATI O B E EOBEETS WITH than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I will certainly be withyou again next spring References R T Smith J G Trimble P L Reeselt Sterling Ky F M Hinkle Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Ely A large hotel is norr being built which will aiFord ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board fec address HARRISON SWANGO Or this office Hazel Green Ky Carter Bros i Go WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Motions LDAFerli Jo JOHH KEEF DEALER IK Jaaes Joka A Carter G Carter 7t7Hmmi IVATN 733 J Bethel G Carter Jr J CL amuKT LOUISVILLE I3T FINE HORSES MOUNT STERLING KY COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPECIALTY E YOUNG Whkle ASBURY GROCER Wines and Liquors kindajfaae hitter eggt efekn 4 sdta t Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati The table is supplied with the choicest or Louisville can leave their horses with the maricet and the charges are me and rest assured that they will receive The speck of war which appeared in viands in Special inducements to com every attehtion he watered fed groomed reasonable and bedded Soliciting your custom I reÂ¬ Europe last week has blown over mercial tourists Yours truly JOHN KEEF main elsewhere it 3Cxah paid XT fer cwikr yirigsVfag LEXXJfGTOir rs -- i n- - t i ts cam THE HEEALD u SfOO Per Annum COBBESPOUDENCE EASTERN KENTUCKY COUNTIES NEWS BY A CARD LORD BRITTAIFS LIES CAUSECOMMOTION IN A CIVILIZED To All Whom it 3Iay Concern HANLY JUDY jap I f As certain rumors are afloat with reffer COMMUNITY ence to the arrest of Alf Little we de Â¬ Retried fey Special Correspondent from sire through the columns of The Her And he Is Arraigned to Answer the Al Â¬ legations ho AHeged to Allure All Points la the Meaatains Always In Advance ld to make the following statement 12 inst We left Maytown Sunday the Mergan County About the first of January a stranger at 12 oclock enroute for Jackson San JfcftWe want crrepondent in every 3LLYTOWN day night we stayed with the widow calling himself WH Brittain and a woÂ¬ Col L M man ftcact ia tke coeatiea of Wolfe MorÂ¬ H Wilson of Bed Eiver is in town Day on Frozen creek whereand Kendall madewhom he claimed to be his wife gan Breathitt Meaifee MagoSn Pow-their appearance in Hazel Green Day Hons Lykins Quillin Ezel smiled eu joiott Jiam Ieriy ad Flovd In HonWB Lylans of week cir Â¬ He was without money and offered at were stopping enroute for Jackson last fact at poat in the mocntais upon us couple of days w o cuit court Monday we went to the town several places to work for hi3 board until r itaicag to wanvea A ifcuuwi rnt xuuivuil of Jackson and stopped at Dr Wilsons April stating that he had an annuity of write ioc mom to ageetc here is May Swangos jersey hotel where we met Hon J M Kash 800 which was due at that time But Judsre Levi Kash of Hazel Green was and a number of old friends who made few however had any faith in his story TIME TABLE in town last week on professional business special inquiry as to our business Bingo and he did not succeed in getting employ- Â¬ It South Neri Swetnara of West Liberty claimed to be looking up claims Cox ment at his wages until I W Mapel through town last week enroute represented himself as a stock buyer and now of Stanton but then living near nere Hallway Sciaierd or Mt Sterling court with some very Day claimed that he was traveling in the arranged with him and his wife to stay 22 minntes slower tkaa Ht StefHa time interest of the Maytown mill company and take care of his house and farm fine horses 1 leave Mt Starting at 7 a na arriving Maytown is no longer without a tailor The proprietor of the Wilson house in-Â¬ while they were visiting in Estill He at othe at 40 he had no corn but a was bounced as soon as Mapel came home formed Xo 2 kTft RoikweH at 9 a m arrives aQve have a first class tailor just from friend ofus that across the river would and next made his apparance at the ex- Â¬ his m is rendering 2t Sterling at 1050 a 140 p m ar isfactionyand can be found cenerai sat accommodate justto what corn we wanted amining trial of Willie Caskey where he us y S lfiT6 Xt Seeding at at Marshal Dr Wilson went with us to the river pretended to be taking the evidence in rirae a Btkwell t 320 p m Days office in all that trial by the short hand system and there informed him 3fe 4 leaves Koikwell at 345 p m arrives Eev W L Stamper organized a Sab Â¬ probabilitywe we would only that for a Col L M Day hearing his story and m stop at XL Sterling at 530 p Starling with 1105 a bath school at this place last Sabbath by short time in town whereupon he crossed feeling it his christian duty to assist a fel Â¬ No 2 connects at jh b UK7 p bl traiasen C O railway electing Eev J P Lockhart supt E B interested himself to secure and purchased jfer Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville May asst supt and C W Clark Eecty the river our horses We one bushel of 1 low mortal wife employment He final- Â¬ him and his then went to Na 3 connects at ILL Sterling frith 1105 a and treas The school promises to be a corn for Sam Patricks stable and another stable ly induced H D Spradling to take him no tenia en C O freni ike East and 136 decided success once occupied by Dr Hill and there left for his board his wife to receive nominal p jr train from Loakville and Cincinnati larshal Dav and John Cox have re our horses leaving the saddles on Dr wages for assisting Mrs Spradling about TEPoRSgsery county court day special leaves Botawell a tke 3rd Monday in each turned from Louisville whither they had Wilson asked us why it was that we did the house Brittains duty was to feed month at 730 a m arriving at Mt Sterling nwith Breathitts tiger Al Little saddles off We told him 6 or 8 calves and care for them The at a sa XetxraiBc leaves Mt Sterling at ittle waived an examining trial and was not take our From rest of the time he was loafing about the that was none of his business arriving at Itotkirell at 430 p m admitted to bail in the sum of two thou 3p and Mr Spradling mill and as Lwtw JUrtntrcU for ML Sterling at 5 p m sand dollars a case in default of which the stables we went to the court house storesequel shows formulating a scheme leaving Wilson at his hotel and never the GEO B HARPER SupL he was sent to jail saw him any more until we returned to to beat the unsuspecting Harvey About Prof 27 B Haye3 principal of the his hotel with our prisoner Little We the 20th or 25th of March he began to KY HAZEL GREEN Hazel Green high school delivered his now state that Dr Wilson nor any other show letters purporting to be from Eng-Â¬ APBLL 22 1885 famous lecture on the growth of the Uni Â¬ man of the town of Jackson knew our land and from New York stating that his WEDNESDAY ted States th a large and appreciative business until after the arrest was made twin sister had died and left him 12000 crowd last Saturday night at this place Whoever may accuse Dr Wilson of hav Â¬ or about 60000 Even then he could The professor fully sustained himself as ing any knowledge of our business is cer- Â¬ find but few to credit his story but it appears that Spradling Hanks and H A J Bingo tainly mistaken an orator of the first magnitude Lady Abba Brittain together with his 3 F Sexton had a trial last week D Spradlingwere willing to get a slice W T Day m a wrap- of his pie He made overtures to several jorosnip now John Cox th committing a breach of the urn jau parties in Hazel Green about the pur-Â¬ commoealth was repre-Democratic County Convention rTamra Spradling chase of dwellings for himself and a jPsented by Hon W B Lykins of Ezel brother-in-lawho he said was an Eng-Â¬ Â¬ a In pursuance The way our heart will go out to this and the defendant by Wolfes untiring tive committee oftothe call of the execu- lish colonel retired from the service and legislative district people and hump itself will be sight if county attorney Judge Levi Kash lhe composed of the counties of Montgom- Â¬ pointed out to the writer and a friend defendent was fined 915 and the cost they respond nobly to the editors appeal the site near Spradlings mill for the The Sunday school convention for the ery Menifee Powell and Wolfe the dem- Â¬ erection of 20 cottages and a summer for his five fingered lose met Irvine district Kentucky conference M ocrats of Wolfe county Aprilat the court hotel H D Spradling being present house in Campton on 18th 1885 Died On the 16th inst Marearet E church south will convene at this to select delegates to attend the district But every one we believe had more or wife of Green H Lacy aged about place the 30th inst Each sabbath school 35 years She leaves a husband and six m the district is entitled to one delegate convention to be held at Frenchburg on less suspicion as to the genuineness of his f a candidate to fortune and while they treated him as a children to mourn her loss Eev D G B Demaree presiding elder May 22 1885 to nominatedistrict in the gentleman they did not make mounte Â¬ of the district is chairman of the con represent the aforesaid banks of themselves by throwing open There is some talk of planting vine-people of Maytown next legislature of Kentucky lyards on a large scale here Hon W O vention The good who may see proper On motion Jos C Lykins was made their doors and inviting him and his wif e to partake of their hospitality In fact chairman and S B Smith secretary r3Iize is ready to negotiate with any one will accomodate all Duster to attend we have heard of no one who even invited Â¬ who understands grape culture vnth a On motion of T C Johnson the folview to that end lowing preamble and resolutions were him to take a meal About a week sub- Â¬ Menifee County sequent to the receipt of the letters men- Â¬ adopted FRE2TCHBUBG are getting plentiful in this Sguirrels whereas At a primary election held in tioned he called on the editor of The section just now considering the time of M A Phillips attended the Breathitt Wolfe county April 4tn and an official Herald who had given him fifteen cents count of the votes by a delegated convention for postage a pencil and an atlas repor-year In about two weeks they will be circuit court last week held at Campton on April 6th it was ascer torial pad and taking him aside said 1 abundant and squirrel pie wiU make the 14th instj Ricnard tainecLthat D S Godsev had received a ma un mvMu wmu c srrnjrram to Jiliss Frances braith uuJlUu iority of all the votes cast at said election to have just sent away a draft for 6000 to the and I Mr Throckmorton and wife are visit Â¬ oe tne choice of Wolfe county to go before will Exchange Bank for collectionand no Sewell raised on Frozen in Dr now be able to assist you district convention for the nomination the - Breathitt county and a schoolmate of our ing Rev Demuree the father of Mrs to represent the district aforesaid therefore one be the wiser We modestly replied Lfellow townsmen J T E Day is now Throckmorton belt that what we had done would be done 4 i 11 wm J Resolved That we recommend D S God- Â¬ for any one when he observed that It jrieabc una xvw vuuiswuiiu located Casey Illinois publishing a pa jp Tii county to the favorable con- was not the amount but the spirit m per caiiea Jne Acorn ana pracncin gpradling and W O Mize what British sev of Wolfe the sideration of district convention when which stocks are worth physic it was tendered A few days af-Â¬ assembled at Frenchburg Morgan Pritehard of this place re-Â¬ terwards he came to town made some Eesoived That the following delegates be Thos Burton an enterprising mem Â¬ ceived news of the drowning of his broth Â¬ and are hereby appointed to attend said dis- purchases and getting some of our ex-Â¬ ber of the firm of Wm A Burton Bro er in the Ohio river near Ashland a few trict convention C M Hanks J C Lykins changes started home He told us he of Caney 3organ county was in town days since and has gone to that place J M Quillin David Hogg S B Smith GB would have that in a few days and IsTonday to purchase goods He bought J G Thomas closed school Swango L M Day E Shockey T C John- Â¬ just as he was mounting his horse threw ouite a handsome stock from J T at Prof place on the 17th insthis He has son J R Elkins Stephen Swango sr W O up his hand the full hand and ask-Â¬ this Mize J 21 Kosh J 21 Rose J N Rose D FDay been a very industrious and attentive Spencer Isiah Spencer Joel S Cox Alison ed us if that in hundreds would do us We were thunderstruck as it were and Howard Kash one of our most promi teacher He will return to Hazel Green Rose Jno B Hollan and A- - B Landrum Resolved That we pledge D S Godsey he seeing our astonishment added If nent county men is quite ill with pneu- - his former home our support and to use all honorable means not I can let you have more We of en- Born On the 12th inst to the wife of to secure his nomination and the delegates monia and nis relatives and mends course took it all in and hoped even to tertain grave fears as to his recovery but James Armitage a boy The mother is from Wolfe county are herebv instructed to 500 but never after having a strong democrat and an appointee un-Â¬ cast the vote of Wolfe county for D S God- take in the and summer hotel nni constant care ana attennon nope the cottage site point- Â¬ bring him through der Mr Cleveland as post mistress here sey so long as he is before said convention ed to us had we any faith in his oft told e suppose the boy will be called tro and the vote of Wolfe county is to be cast as a unit on all questions arising in said tale Henry Wikon started to Mt Sterling ver It would take too much space to convention He bought the store of Spradling last Saturday morning with about 27 report all the births since my last letter present may as a majority of the delegates determine Hanks 5n invoice was made of the head of cows calves and steers The Dr Moore reports just one half dozen Rosolved That The Hazel Gkeex Her goods whichamounted to 112946 for stock is not intended for market but will besides several others heard from ald and Sentinel Democrat be requested to which he gav them a check on the Ex Â¬ be grazed by Mr Godsey if he can find One W H Brittain Lord Brittain publish the proceedings of this meeting change Bank of Mt Sterling previously On motion the convention adjourned pasturage until fall who has been playing it sharp on several he had shown them a card signed by Lis C LYKINS Chairman J Ijf Wolfes citizens is about to come to lie Thompson cashier of that bank show Mrs Louisa Cox who is living with sgnef He was taken through here a few S B Smith Secretary Pieratt of thisf days since under arrest on several charg- Â¬ Our subscribers now have it in their ing a draft for 6000 entered for collec- Â¬ Sber daughter Mrs Iplace is 81 years old and for one of her es and last night Mrs Brittain passed power to play an important part in a tion on Boston which in fact was origin- Â¬ age can see and hear well In her eigth- - by in custody of Deputy Marshal Taul charitable undertaking The editor of ally only 1000 but had been raised by Brittain to 6000 by which he caused ieth year she pieced a quilt containing taken as an accomplice Toot this paper is in a pecuniarv pickle and tliPin to believe that he had 6000 in 4450 pieces Girls can any of you beat a pound party would help him phenome- Â¬ bank He and his wife went to Tom Col that Personal Paragraph nally The five finger loss he has just linsworths on the 12th inst and stopped Bead the advertisement of the Asbury Mrs Eliza J Swango dined at the Pie- Â¬ sustained of ivhich the major part of his over night Collmsworth asked to bor-Â¬ subscribers are cognizant has left his row 500 from him offerinjg to give him house at Campton which appears in our ratt House last Sunday paper to day and if you want a good wr Qumtms C Daniel of Lzel paid our larder in a bad condition Christian peo- Â¬ personal security or mortgage on real es- Â¬ ple publicans and sinners therefore may tate Brittain seemed indignant that ineal or a comfortable bed be certain to jfrown a vist last Saturday donate parcels and pounds in an unlimit- Â¬ stop with ye princely landlord Alexander D S Godsev left for Mt Sterling last ed amount To morrow Thursday is Collinsworth should suspect him of such Asbury He knows how to entertain penuriousness as to require security 0n Monday on a business visit his birth day He will then have seen such a small amount but at once wrdte you and make you feel at home Hon W O Mize is attending county forty summerssuns come and go but nev- Â¬ Collinsworth a check for the required er until now has any sorrow placed a wrin Â¬ amount He showed a letter purportiher Mr Wm Lindon of Bed Eiver left court at Mt Sterling this week to Monday morning for Lexington Xy Charity cov to be from a relative in New York inEx sheriff S M Tutt was a visitor to kle on his alabaster brow ers a multitude of sins and by a free forming him that his twin sister had died bring home his brother Bobert who has Hazel Green last Saturday of it in this been in the asylum at that place since Uay oi ilazei ween is away display might appear case many good leaving him 60000 The next day his things in his paper and Lordship and Lady Abba accompanied February last Mr Lindon is now saidO iloyd business with the raftsmen of Breath- many evil ones be eliminated He is by Byrd Spradling of the firm of Sprad- Â¬ perxecuy sane ana nis inenas nere ltt county to re chick- ling not particular as to the are much pleased at the change in affairs Hanks and Mr Collinswortji Miss Lucinda Kash daughter of Shel- Â¬ ens eggs ham butter produce bacon beans su-Â¬ went to Mt Sterling when Spradling which brings him back to them by Kash of Menifee is on a visit to rela- Â¬ gar coffee lard lasses Anything in proceeded to the Exchange Bank to get On Monday April 13th we will return tives and friends here fact which he can use will be gratefully the checks cashed Imagine his disap- Â¬ Grant Thomas and wife who have been acceptable to our old stand on Maysville street the pointment when Leslie Thompson in-Â¬ Phoenix Stables where we will again be teaching school at Frenchburg have re formed him tliat Lord Brittain had not glad to see you Our turnouts are first turned to joazei vrrceu Mn Maric jacy one ot our pioneer a dollar in bank and that the draft for class and our stables will be in better Judge G B Swango the efficient f unc dbitizens ana probably one of the oldest 1000 entered for collection had ben shape than ever before With thanks tionary of our county court is taking in died at 11- - home on Lacy creek in protested and sent back Brittain was county on Thursday last aged 92 years then seen and stated that if he had time for past favors we solicit your future Mt Sterling this week patronage B F Bobison Supt David Ho2rer our affable and accomo- - He was a son of John Lacy of Green- Â¬ to get a letter to New York and back he f3ating county clerk of Campton was in brier county Va born on New river would convince them that it was all Correspondents are again and moved with his father to Montgom- Â¬ right They thinking a dispatch would quested to send in their favors by the town Saturday last on a business visit ery county when but a boy His father Mrs Martha Thomas wife of Dr F subsequently moved to what is known as have the desired effect went to the depot Saturday previous to publication A let and dispatched to the party whom he ter from Jackson U thus unavoidably M Thomas of this place left Sundav Lacy creek and here he has resided ever claimed held a power of attorney from crowded out becaase of its late arrival for a visit to her fathers family at Ezel since He was a consistent christian him to collect his fortune The reply Dr Thomas of this place who was during life being a member of the Bap- Â¬ came that they knew him not and and every week we experience the same trouble Geatleraen please ponder on called to the bedside of his sick mother tist church He was the father of nine being at their ropes end they had him the predicament in which your tardiness in Lee county more than a week ago children six of whom survive him five arrested and brought to Campton for places us and try to be more punctual is still absent and it is feared his mother sons and one daughter Among those trial on the charge of obtaining money is worse now living A Porter Lacy Esq and under false pretense he having pur-Â¬ Mrs W T Caskey of this place is Lacy reside here and W P Lacy chased some fine toggery for himself and Eev E P Mickel of the Presbyterian James still confine4to her bed She has had a at Campton Â¬ her ladyship immediately after the re- Â¬ severe spell of sickness at times riving church this place returned from Breath-Â¬ ceipt of the letters above mentioned He A Porter Lacy as examiner strong hope to relatives and friends that itt last Saturday He preached at Jack was tried and held to answer in the sum she would soon be out but a relapse has son on Wednesday night and had an ap Kash attorney for the defendants and of five hundred dollars but Mr Sprad- Â¬ each time taken place and disappointed pointment for Jbrozen later in the week Judge B F Day of Mt Sterling attor- Â¬ ling having assisted him as much as lie the Kentucky river making out the them She s the sympathy or many at that tide inhe was forced to forego his ney for plain tifls were on Monday en-Â¬ could he now languishes in our gapl in-Â¬ time gaged in taking depositions in the long kind friends in her affliction and they all Sich is appointment The people have suffered contested case of Petei Browncplaint stead of his meditated goal still hope to see her out soon and restored readers do not find for the want of a tide and as soon as it ifls against Harrison Swango c defend- Â¬ fate and if our tosodety came they abandoned for the time their ants The suit was instituted five years this paper as good as it is ordinarily they we attribute to It is estimated that from 500 to 700 heavenly hopes to attend to their world- Â¬ ago the pialntifis claiming a one seventh must sustained it Ourthe severe loss apÂ¬ sadness may be have head of stock will be on the market here ly wants interest in 1680 acres of land property Â¬ on Wednesday May 14th The people of the defendant and now in his posses- Â¬ peased however by a liberal subscrip- Â¬ cash or its equivaare beginning to open their eyes to the Eev Howard Fallen of the Christian sion The depositions of H Swango J tion list paid in advaatages here offered and the attend Â¬ church preached here twice on Sunday H Amyx and Phillip Little sr have lent in garden sass butter eggs chickens etc ance will be quite large Circulars have last morning and evening and made been taken It is now said that John Brit is the appeal to sinners to flee from beea sent oat to all prominent dealers a powerful Eev Howard Fallen one of the super Â¬ name of our quondam hero Lord Brit was assisted at the latÂ¬ He and to buyers with a view of having it the wrath the best market ever inaugerated for the ter Service by Eev E P Mickel Presby-Â¬ visors for Wolfe county informs us that tain and that Lady Abba was formerly sale of live stock and there is but little terian and Eev J T Pieratt of the the board find the taxable property of the f rau of a man named Downy near doubt that tie attendance prices obtain Â¬ Christian churches Quite a large con Â¬ the county to be 741918 The whole Olympia from whom his lordship stole ed asQ the quality of stock will justify gregation assembled and the service number of voters is 1138 a gain since her Didnt she swap the devil for a the last presidential election of 47 votes witch throughout was quite intersting our estimate MT STERLING KY a Have moved to tlieir Large New Hotiae on Maysville street and have added largely to tlieir stock of ery a P -- i -- atk9 Hardware Gtueensware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels c y Kntioky tie Atlantic J ie Wliicli they are selling at Rock Bottom Price I Gall and see them in their new quarters A fall stock of Wagons Buggies Rockaways HANLY JUDY c lit ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of LOCAL SEW jmawa lOTTOmpuaouBuicug j Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they canjbe bought in the State Give him a call and he convinced that yon can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere Ise you may go N H TRIMBLE ROBT 3C I PT TIT Ullii w TRIMBLE i ljacy TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN theUMied0n JJ it J 11 - V ijiu w Â¬ 1 Flour Provisions Salt Nails OilS Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt- Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling i Â¬ ESTABLISHED IN 1845 The Leading Insurance Agency OP MT STERLING KY Tova Assets of Agency - SI43 848780 1885 SO Of 1836 Liverpool and London Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Â¬ Â¬ and Globe of England 36875000 Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British 33301000 tile of England 1794 Ins Ce of North America of Philadelphia 971696 1710 Sun Fire Officejof London 5863000 1782 Phenix of London 5383916 00 1810 Hartford of AAA W4W4k 4541240 00 1849 Springfield oijJSpringfield 2585633 00 00 1863 Firemens of Liverpool 9290000 fornia 33 1869 Northwestern National 00 1750 Niagara of New York 46 1S65 Boatmans Fund of Call- - Pittsburg 1473025 00 1154889 00 1874035 09 411499 00 f -- JT Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and weU knonrn corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cmpnies being dear at any price The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as tka paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN Office At Traders and Deposit Bank JOHN W JONES DEALER IN 9 1 J BIB U NO 10 MAIN STREET CLOCKS FEOM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons Particular attention paid to Repairing II M llf ii Â¬ MT STEELING KY Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky 100 DOLLAR UP 375 90 4 -- 1 W 1 Call aad se my goo4s- - JOHN W JONES - THE MT STEELING Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy TVrottgktlroa Feacigai are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons vantiug a strictly WroKgk Iron Fence and that the best in the world can bur bo other War also zaak a atyi far Fences are no only the meat ab adapted to enclosing country burying grounds the handsomest ever made and a yard eaclosed by one of then is greatly stantial but enhanced in beautv and value Our Machine Department is supplied witk ike moat ed era machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled skill experience r kosMt t 4 mak formance of leir auties we REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY specialv of M j JM dimming and Hammering Saws No other shop outside of Louisville can say the scne mill men will do well to call on us or write for imferaUoa Catalogues furnished on application to jgSvr R T BEAN Supt SAVE YOUB MONEY AND BUY YOUB GOODS CHEAP p Hfc Sterling Kjr Â¬ raon N- - F FBETZ LODGING HHJIT O E corner 54h and A M NICKELL DAYSBOEOUGH KY Entrance on Stk M JeJerr Wxitbcax XIj kt CXeik vpHain Ffet flWBWBSaS3E gU MMVWaMaflW- T - - l j Ju ae only We shall calm f TorI wmnivnd Of all the tovs which little Sn2anna T Ca BaJasac tllraes BeaaocratTnuislxttcwL I VlOt frtnrTl Hi f7irlaTr Sublime Fortitude and Courage of the Do Xrfmgs A Sad Parting That evening the nenene came to make the bed in which Bed Minette J RT In New York WorldLl tor Nothing serious declared the doc Â¬ little nervous excitement A PICTURE OF HUMAN HEROISM SUBSCRIBE FOE it down 1 1 ROGERS v A I nbere irere two which had especial good Tfjactjin pleasing ner a cat ana an ele phant The cat was red with white Â¬ whiskers and big green eyes The ele Â¬ phant was mouse eray a verv nnnsnal color in elephants he had great fiat used always to- - Jay hold of and pull when she wanted to make him approach her everybody knows the peculiar sen-I SfciTenees of the trunk of elephants As for his tail we shall say nothing about it for no one is ignorant of the fact that this nart of eleohants is little developed and besides Sunzane not thinking the little pendulum at all verr bigstiff trunk which Suzanne jretty had judicuously suppressed it at wooden frame work furnished with four wooden wheels But by long dint of carrying crushing burdens over all sorts Hof jtpads and by ways of banging against the ornamental rock work of the hurtl The doctor prescribed fhr the child a garden paths of incessantly ascending descending the eight stone steps of potion the recipe whereof covered a and the entrance the delicate mechanism of whole sheet of paper but ho ordered 4he vehicle had finally given way the nothing for the cat And all that day wheels had first come off then the the little girl did not improve a bit splintered woocien platform had become Then Suzannes father took the cat engaged from the feet of the animal and began to bandage its broken back stfintthe elephant perfectly trained with strips of white linen that mamma and wholly obedient to the long string had prepared Suzanne watched the fagtene to his trunk thereafter fol- operation She remarked that they put lowed Suzanne sometimes upon his right medicine in the bandages and that her side sometimes upon his left side never mamnfa would change the bandages hesitating even to turn a somersault from time to time Then she com- Â¬ when necessary over any obstacle that menced to have a little hope and she threatened to bar the wajT drank her own medicine courageously Papa took his hat left the house and favors enjoyed by Bed Min- Â¬ ette were much greater for the cat be went straight to the very toy store in in a strictly domestic animal usually which he had bought Bed Minette onlv lives in much closers intimacy than the fifteen days before welephantwith little girls Eed Minette There was another cat just like that never quitted Suzannes arms and Su one madame he said to the store-Â¬ zanne never ate a bit of candy nevei keeper I must have it at any price The cat had been sold But the clerk drank a glass of sugar water never nib bled a ripe mango that Minette did not remembered the name of the lady who also put her nose in But was this had bought it and so papa went Immejust the proper regimen for a cat It is diately to tho ladys house true that the general constitution of As he walked on he kept asking himMinette did not seem to be severely self with a great sinking at his heart shaken by this diet but her once white whether he would find the second Bed whiskers had taken extraordinary tints Minette which the lady had bought for fchifting from dirty green to safiron-yel-loher little boy still in existence still through a whole scale of earthly alive And when he had told the shades which evidently bespoke some lady what anguish little Suzannes disorder in the internal fuctions mother was in the lady went all joyThon wilt make the cat sick my ously to her armoire and took there- Â¬ t child observed Suzannes mamma from the other red cat intact bien and what is more thou art teaching it vivant Tery bad habits that way after a little I have net yet given it to our little while it will steal everything in the Paul she said to monsieur because house And Suzon Suzette or Su his last horse stillTiad thgee legs left zanne as she was affectionately called Suzannes papa kissed the ladys hand and returned to the house hiding somejt Jyurns thereupon quickly wiped Ninette nose on the sleeve of her little thing under his frock coat dress and promised to wean the animal Suzon was asleep wjth her wounded from swee tmeats Minette lying beside her The father One evening Suzanne the cat and took Minette and turned it over and the elephant had a great teaparty in the over in all directions He took good sdgardeniwhich lasted so long and so late notice of the blow it had received in the that the little girls mamma had to carry corner of the left eye the scratch upoi her into the house fast asleep with Eed its right paw the extraordinary color ol lilineixe in her arms During the night its wmskers Then he locked himsell jrainsd very hard and next morning into his study and set to work When Suzanne woke up Bed Minette Igrhen Suzanne wanted to go out hei mamma showed her that the ground was lay besde her still well bandaged but all wet in the garden and the walks all looking somehow or other much better muddy So Suzanne understood that much gayer than before 6hefwpuldhaveito stay under the- - ver Beallyl think the cat is doing better anda my Suzon said papa as he kissed the Bed Minette was then too quite child see for yourself little darling e ready to play but the elephant where it looks to me as if the cats back was m tii r rv together asam Suppose we was the elephant i tuniu When the whole house had been take oft the bandages and see searched in vainj Suzanne finally re- bentiy papa gently jnembered that she had certainly left the The bandages and wrappings were j elephant at the foot of a bench in the taken off Bed Minette was standing furthest end of the carden she had iust again firmly on her legs and there was put him there to punish him because in no mark even of a bruise on her back Only she smells so funny passing over a flower bed he had said crushed the mignonette Suzanne all radiant with delight Here chocra quick run for mam Ah ha my child thats the medi2elle Suzannes elephant cine The chocra soon came back carrying Next day Suzanne was welL some shapeless thing in his arms The Shes alf right at last cried the doc rain had swelled puffed up distended tor gleefully and somewhat boastfully thepoor animal enormously so that he Suzannes papa only smiled he did had ended by bursting with dropsy not propose to have himself prosecuted His stomach his for practicing medicme without a li had opened softened trunk hung ail limp at cense one side and when the naughty little Beginnings of Business chocra actually let the elephant fall St Louis Globe Democrat down flap he struck the floor with a The streets are rapidly filling up with dull thud squirting out twenty jets of swater which made a frightful stream of small tradesmen Every individual whe mingled red and gray upon thepave his a mercantile vein in him and car anent of the varangue Poor little command a light capital sufficient to Suzanne tried vainly to keep back her fit him out with a three legged stool a tears she burst out in a great cry at dry goods box and a basketful of speclast sobbing My elephant my poor tacles pocket mirrors knives and other olephantl And as she cried she strained small articles may set up a store for Bed Minette very tightly to her little himself on the curbstone or in the heart Bed Minette that was to be shadow of a doorway and there lay the foundation of a fortune Many of the thereafter her only consolation fSuzannes mamma took her upon her millvnaires began in this way Stories are told about the almost in knees caressed her and promised her another elephant bigger than the first signif cant beginnings of men who now and all white too although white ele-Â¬ contr Jl the stock markets of the world phants are quite rare But all in vain and anent some of the wealthiest St the poor little heart was too full Then Louisians there are old gossips who remamma had recourse to the supreme call the days when folks who now live in remedy for great misfortunes she the finest mansions were glad to have frame cotopened her arinoire opened the two the shelter of an - broad- doors wide and gave the child tage and the head of the family pedleave to arrange it that was to say leave dled apples or gathered coals along the to rummage it from top to bottom even wharf If there is anything in the remark to rummage the Chinese box where she kept her jewels So Suzanne and Bed that history repeats itself the hundreds Kinnette covered themselves with of young men who now display their tfewelry The little girl took for wares and invite custom on the streets herself the great gold necklace will in the course of time be wealthy which fell down to her knees the citirns and own stores whoso doorways diamond clusters which she fastened as will be sought by new comers in the vrell as she could in two little blonde same humble line they adorned themringlets which curled behind her ears selves There are now on the streets of the gold fillet decorated in niello wo this city several hundred tradesmen - bracelets for each arm two for each leg selling from stands and hand carts The and three rings on every finger Bed preambulating merchants are mostly Minettes body was entirely wrapped in peddlers of bananas or other fruit and a long cable chain of gold she had a sometimes they sell cheap candies watch and two medallions hung round The Resonant Susquehanna her neck and for tiara she wore a silver Chicago JournaLl gilt cup upon her head But even then course of a canoe voyage down there remained a great heaj of jewelry In the Â¬ the first opportunity hadbeen destined on principle that this beast of high degree should be borne from ploe to place upon a little lay wrapped up to the very tip of her nose in the big thick warm coverlet The nenene who did not see the cat pulled at the quilt and threw Min Â¬ ette on the floor the quilt caught the edge of the little round table on which the cup of tisane had been placed and the table fell right upon Bed Minette and broke her back Suzanne utered an awful scream Bed Minette Bed Minette tool And the poor little girl had a terrible convulsion The doctor came back This time he shook his head he was not at all sat- Â¬ isfied the fever was very high the child was delirious My elsphantl she cried my Bed Minette And she pressed the poor mutilated toy to her breast That night she was very very sick indeed and in the morning the doctor did not find her any better The fever was not broken and now Suzannes mamma be Â¬ gan to cry While the doctor was writing his pre- Â¬ scription Suzette held out Bed Minette to her father See papasee how badly she is Men who are happily married never Dughl to go to war or on perilous ex- Â¬ peditions of exploration or discovery rhere ought to be enough single men md men who have wives with whom they are not happy for all ordinary purposes in this way What two more pathetic figures in our history than Mrs Custer and Mrs DeLong Mrs Greely narrowly escaped being another It is a strange thing that a man who has a wife to whom he is attached will start off on a two or three years trip to the Arctic regions as did DeLong and Greely Poor Mrs DeLong Was there ever a sadder task undertaken by woman than the narrative of her unfortunate husbands suffering and death that she Â¬ Â¬ MT STERLING KY Sends greeting to the GOOD PEO PLE of Wolfe Morgan Menifee Magoffin Breathitt and Powell May their HERALD be a sue Â¬ 100 interesting and spicy in in cess and furnish news both fresh -j -- prepared for publication I shall never forget with what feelings I read the closing pages of her brave husbands A Year Always in Advance diary AK DeLong had some serious faults He was too vgid in discipline for the expe- Â¬ dition o rer which he had command and did much to precipitate his own distress- Â¬ INDEPENDENT ing fate but over all there shone a sub- Â¬ lime fortitude and courage that will al- Â¬ ways be one of tho most admirable pictures of human heroism that the world has ever seen He kept a record up to the very hour of his death amid NEWSPAPER the pathless snows of the Lena delta I think he died on Oct 80 1881 He and his companions had left the crushed DEVOTED TO Jeannette on Juno 12 previous They had been sailing about in open boats and wandering through strange comfortless uninhabited lands for over three EASTERN KENTUCKY months Nearly had everybody died DeLong saw his companions AND THE And while you are reading remeaibef that to ve adorn the person with Fine -- sir lAlliUli The PEDAL EXTBEMITIES with line CusÂ¬ tom BOOTS SHOES and SLIPPEBS and the head with a Nice HAT contributes to comfort and happiness not forgetting the numerous ar-Â¬ ticles such as SHIRTS NECK WEAE and All of the above will he sold at lowest prices hy your friend Furnishing Goods TOM F - of 0gutthe Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ fall one by one As a last desperate effort he sent his Her Great two strongest men on ahead to see if Development they could find shelter and something to eat He never saw their faces again He kept Dr Ambler and the China man He saw them die and he knew he must go next Not a human soul in all that bleak world was left Not a face to look upon nor a voice to break the silence that reigns there forever and forever Not even a bird to sing In all that vast oppressive solitude he Ls the cheapest newspaper ever published wrote his daily record with as firm a in Eastern Kentucky only hand as if he had been at home com- Â¬ posing an invitation to a friend to din- Â¬ ner Not a tremor of either hand or heart The manuscript was found by his side just as he had dropped it from his stiffened fingers He had written That Oct 30 Dr Ambler is dying was alL He himself was the next victim In all those days of suffering he had not put down one word of complaint He had not given way at one single moment to the emotions that must have Publishes the home news the state news crowded upon him when he realized his the general news and yet is desperate condition Every days record however brief was written down with military precision and when one reads over what he said on Oct 25 Oct ROGERS of Resources aTNext door to Exchange Bank Haysville Street Mt Sterling P S Also dealer in Shoemakers- Leather and Syt Findings THE HERALD One Dollar a Year Tn Oldest Brightast and of WkH Zight pagu fifty six columns fin Wrtra nw tryt paper Jar print andthmort eatartaining papr offer the reading public SniU Tory lccaJitT disco aubiecta with fairaea contain all ta nw werld attractiTalj pxeaan d and U withon a f ptitor in ganaral ezcslUnse 3 fnmr ostabot tL r a ua Pr ta ca ss THE HERALD i- fi - and aTary siibacriiar receives paid a cop of fne of narz pu THE TIMES ILLUSTRATED HAHD BOOX alono worth tha prica of safcacriptlcn Tfca Haad baak i x publication of one hnndrcd cajjs of ciful and a tertaimnc reading matter especially- prepared and jmblished for the subscribers of the WialcirTiaaaa- All who iabe the papar are delighted with it and tha Haad booSs wilLbe equally aiisfaetorrv Send for epaei saan copy of the paper Addresa TEE TIXSS 230 Walnut St Caeaaxzt O - Saaift 26 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the entries growing shorter each day until Uct 30 is reached where are but four words Dr Ambler is dying is almost as deeply impressed as if he ho were standing over the sinking form r of the brave hearted explorer as he dropped his manuscript in the snow and Is more deeply interested in the Develop- Â¬ met the inevitable without a shudder ment of Eastern Kentucky and pub-Â¬ I have many a time imagined the feel- Â¬ lishes more matter relating to its ings of poor Mrs DeLong as she read resources than any paper in over these last pages of her husbands the state yet the price diary It was a terrible cruelty that is very low only she should have been first tortured with the long suspense then hear the news of his death then see months after his body brought home for its final inter- Â¬ 1 1 A ment and then after all to read the touching record of all his fruitless endeavors to escape a terrible fate I am here reminded of the story of Mrs De Longs parting from her husband on the 8th of July 1879 The Jeannette lay in the harbor at San Francisco steam was up and she was ready to sail away to Mrs DeLong went Numbers among its contributors many the north out iu a steam launch When she gentlemen who are eminently quali- Â¬ got aboard she and her husfied to show the capitalists of the band went into the cabin alone When country our great wealth she came out a few moments later and induce immigration there was a look of calm resignation on into our section her face that those who saw her will among them never forget The image of it must have cone with DeLong to his dving moment far off in the Lena delta over two years later As she stepped into Col the launch that was to bear her back to the city the Jeannette steamed away Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 29 Only a Dollar a Year THE CINCINNATI TIMES Is the bstt and cheanxnt AaIW tmjtv n lfTin t 4V vfwt Bight ptca forty eight columns and only sbc dollars yar ortvralve cent a week ItU indwpea dntin politics but aim to be iair in everything and parties individuals iimtoaU joa want all tha news sections and natioali attractively aadhoaeat Iy presented snbMribe for it Tex x iaaxar eucesa- cy axr ix etctsrjm THE TTMSS STAS 230 Walnut 6 Cnnaariri STl ft l I X X H SA THE HERALD xs Siiift f ftjj 7 uT -- DEAlERS f day ET- - f Year Â¬ THE HEUAIiD HASBL QUEEN KY - ac rJ Â¬ -- Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OT GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Haying tha expe- Â¬ rience of many years in our line of business we feel Justified in asserting- to tla trade both Vholesale and Retail that we DO CA2f and will meet the irani of our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immana stock of Bennet H Young Â¬ forever She said Lets go home and then waved a last adieu to her brave husband who stood leaning over the side of his ship For the first time she burst into tears There was a prophecy in her heart of what was to occur on October 30 1S81 Mrs DeLong now lives on tho scanty provision of 30 a month granted her as a pension by the Hon Thos Turner Prof John It Proctor Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS government Prof 3ELobt Peter andjXASI J SEEDS Tho Best Way Yet Chicago Timesl Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ The way to get to sleep is not by re- Â¬ peating verses or staring at nothing but blank darkness or counting but by not thinking at all For instance as the mind takes up a train of thought it should be instantly recalled It will of course directly settle upon something else again recall it In fact do not meditate at all There is nothing tiresome about this process on the contrary it is rather amusing and a person who first tries it will be surprised to find how soon he will begin to lose himself As the mind puts out feelers it is to be continually patted down and in an ex- Â¬ ceedingly short time it will withdraw itself and like a tired child go to sleep Â¬ and many others all of whom realize the great wealth we possess and desire to see this section developed Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Ac- Â¬ counts Your trade respectfully so- Â¬ DAY JT licited March 4th 1885 G B SWANGO THE HERALD WT SWANGO SWAN CO - DEJLLBE3 IX KEEPS COSSTJLNTLY OX HAM BRO A FULL ASS0XX332CT OT u GENERAL MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT nTTED UP WITH HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Drawing tho Campnsrna Chicago Tribunel lying idle and Suzette suddenly hap pening to think what a splendid harness telie could have made for the elephant with all these things commence to sob even more than before Eer mother found that the child was decidedly flushed unnaturally warm and as the weather was very damp she pusher to bedin the big bed where she soon fell asleep with Bed Minette hy her side When Suzanne awoke two hours later she was very red her little hands were dry and burning Suzanne had the fever When papa came in to breakfast hVsent at once for the doctor Â¬ the Susquehanna during the past summer Mr John Boyle OBeilly discovered at Athens Pa a wonderfully perfect singing beach where whenever he moved the pebbles on the bottom of the river a rich resonance passed through him clear and sweet as the soft noteoi Â¬ The Roman Campagna that terror of tourists and breeder of malarial fever is soon to bo thoroughly drained An association of about 1000 navvies which exists for the accomplishment of public works throughout Itally has undertaken the task A lady of Ravenna has made the men a present of quinine to the value of about 200 so as to enable them to resist the malarial fever for which the Campagna is notorious PLAIN -- AND Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ FANCY ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at B0TT03OEXIGES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any dehc due us all kind of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description TYPE lowest prices 3 S S- On experimenting distant cow bells New York Sun further he found that by resting his With the exception of Mr Greeley no chin on a stone at tho bottom of the man has ever been nominated for or river no easy accomplishment by the elected to the presidency by either of way the water became full of music two great parties who was not a lawyer or Soldier - COMBS J-- VAUGH AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS such melodious discord such a mixture the a successful soldier untiL the is prepared to execute any ana an mnas Cor- Mam and of near and remote echo like sweetness lawyer or Won S in the hest style and at the of Republicans nominated Blaine as can only be imagined dreams New Presses and Fine COMBS DEA1EBS IX Paper Stock General IVSerchandise Giveus call - VAUGHN blacks waffent EE 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