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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - 3E tr- - f f Z -- n w C Fhtp j na - SaSitr Hfcit bLK VOLUME I i Â¬ Ha 5 ar HiJu KENTUOE7 RE EN staggered with the vastness of the reve- iauuu juaue to me concerning ner enor Â¬ mous wealth and her boundless and nat Â¬ ural resources This to those who do not investigate for themselves seems fabulous Men find it difficult to realize and not at all hard to doubt indeed when I returned to Encrland and told through the press and on the platform Buuic ui fcnu lacia wnicn x naa gtuered I found that there was a tendency to question my statements or to charitably suppose tnat i nau come under the spell of thewizardy of some Kentucky de Â¬ pendant of Baron Munchausen Know Â¬ ing that my- judgement had not run wild and that my statements written or oral were not of that class that are usually denominated highfalutin I maintain Â¬ ed my position and reiterated my state- Â¬ ments As a result of that course much interest came to be awakened in your state and inquiries in regard to it poured in upon me from every side I did not pretend then nor do I now for that matter to be a great authority on - H i I I 1 gpg- - jx - 3F 4 HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEMESDAY MAY 6 1885 NUMBER 10 su 9 H r ness the speedy development of her almost that those who realize the importance of limitless resources These citizens were t this question should desire to knoJJe conscious of the efforts neighboring states j views concerning it held by the uewTd FOR EMIGRANTS A GOOD HOME are making and they mourned the fact j ministration Wolfe coun Is the dy paper pablisiedin that their own state was handicapped in President Cleveland came from-- the ty swd circulate largelv id the counties of Englishman Who lias Studied Her An comparison with them It had nothing rank of thepeople received hiseduca Wolfe MrgH Powell Menifee 3Iagoffin st Advantages and Disadvantages to cive awav in the shape of extensive tion chiefly in common schools He Tias Breaikitt Elliott Estill and Floyd the lat Writes of Our State tracts of land which could be held by time and again expressed his devotion to ter sevea bei4rithouia newspaper of any railroads or other corporations These the system which more than anythiag kbad THE HERALD Ik therefore Correspondence of the Courier Journal bodies to get a sale for their property else is a guarantee of the permasesccof Tke BetArrtlKiBs JCediam In Rasters Kentucky and a constituency for their roads were republican institutions His sister who Steamship City of Rome 1 o reach more people by an spending money freely in advertising presides pver his domestic affairs is an ud advertisers ia its columns than by any Atlantic Ocean Nov 2 1883 j Consequently against their persistent enthusiast on the subject of education a4verteefit Try it ad be convinced tfcer jneww have recently had the opportunity of I and widespread efforts Kentucky had but and has herself been a teacher Itrts a second visit to the state of paying a a small chance Without dictating or significant fact that the two representa EraLuawra Etxky Wednesday Morxlvg which Louisville is the most important even attempting to do so which would fives of the south in his cabinet were BY city During my visit now hardly a for a stranger be as unwise as it would warm advocates of the Blair bill inaid year ago I was considerably impressed SPE On serlwadCOOPER be impertinent might I suggest the emi-- of common schools which passed the Editor with what I saw of the capabilities of gration question as one worthy attention senate last year in spite of the opposition Kentucky It seemed to me to he the by the more enlightened among your j of John Sherman James B Bieck and suaecsiEnox rairs part of your great continent particularly state representatives At present Ken others of both political parties The 100 adopted for a certain class of emigrants Oae Copy Oafear tucky has to labor in common with the i attorney general oi tne united states 41 ou Six MOBtM who were being compelled by sheer force v entire south under the disadvantage of appointed by the first democratic presiÂ¬ Alway iK AdvaHce of circumstances to leave England and dent elected since the war in a speech in being imperfectly known I No sHbecriptioa trill be entered upon find a home on other shores I had been the senate just one year ago wherein he NO ENGLISHMEN Hrbookfi unless accompanied by the mon Â¬ attracted to your state through the pamfor instance unless he has had the evi urged the passage of the Blair bill said eyand o sbscriptioa will be received for phlets which had been issued by Prof For one I do not require anv amend Â¬ dence that I have seems able to compre kentucly generally gleMiaa Six Months R Proctor of Frankfort Some two though knew enough change which has ment to the old constitution 1 did not J hend as the result of been the wondrous I fourteenth or of these accidentally came in my way my first excursion ADVERTISING BATES wrought the great thither to say em- Â¬ republic since in your part ofimpressions require the thirteenth theor all of them to read them with more care- Â¬ amendment the fifteenth 600 I was led the war The 1 Inch One Year not myself hesi- Â¬ tt 1000 fulness than one is generally inclined to phatically that I shouldas a field that generally prevail with regard to it togetner to enaoie me to una tne power tate to for emi- Â¬ 140U 3 give to productions the main object of gration select Kentucky of congress to pass this bill That decis in preference to any other pari mav be summed ud thus which is to encourage emigration I or soil of the south is exhaust- Â¬ ion of the supreme court referring to r2aies fsr larger advertisements made tne xea edFirst The the system slaughterhouse cases 10 Wallace kaown ecauplicatioR have found in the course of a fairly long more states wiucn l nave seen of owing that I would select it a hundred adopted to old slave timescultivation the in to show an additional reason SPENCER COOPER Address comes Desiring to wind up my business I have experience that as a rule emigration times before that bleak northwest of in the Hazel Green Xy Second That there is lawlessness and why congress should do this thing that decided to present a splendid watch cut as pamphlets are works of the imagination which I had read and heard so much above and as GOOD A TDIEKEEPER as and that the writers of them have gone a contempt for human life which make on account of this very large citizenship many which sell for 5000 to each of my to the trouble of getting them up with Yet though I had this strong personal COUNTY OFFICERS OF WOLFE it a very undesirable place m wThich to being added to the country it is comÂ¬ B Swango old friends and customers who will come the conviction that it was their duty to preference I felt that it was not suffi- Â¬ seek a home CsHsty pelled in justice and good conscience to Levi KaSh forward and pay off their notes amounting j paint glowing pictures accuracy being cient and that I must embrace the first County Attorney help mitigate the evils imposed bv that Third That the whole of the social Â¬ opportunity to either David Hogg to 2500 or over provided tne note was lor only Xbuntj Clerk a matter of secondary consideration sions of last winter orconfirm my impres- surroundings are of such a nature as to sudden addition to the mass of citizen- Â¬ me while in busi be --Win F Elkins merchandise bought of Circuit Clerks The productions bearing the name of what must be otherwise awakened from cause it to stand out in unpleasant con- Â¬ ship To that extent it 13 a strong and G T Centers ness And in order that all may be accomx SherifE only a dream powerful argument But that we had Creech modated I will discount the watch price Prof Proctor however impressed me Well sir I have once more looked upon trast with the north and northwest Jailernotes with their modesty with the manifest 350 in proportion to those whose no desire on the the power before the recent amendments Fourth Fielden Cox Corner I have had a chance to wan Â¬ part of the That there iswelcome settlers I am perfectly satisfied k S R Smith are less than 2500 This offer is good until desire to state facts as they were and al-Â¬ Kentucky Congression Â¬ people to der over a larger portion of her area than C M Fallen June 1st Call on or address Â¬ 1884 Surveyor Record March 24 so with the great ability which characother if they do come W 0 MIZE I had on my preious visit I have had from will belands that interlopers and be al This is a strong endorsement of the County Supt Public Schools 1 gash they terizes them It was impossible to read the privilege and such treated as Hazel Green Ky I deem it of made to feel that their room Master Commifesioner constitutionality of federal aid from the them carefully and not to feel that if meeting some oi ner JUSTICES OF THE PEACE mnuentiai citizens value than their company is of higher chief law officr of a democratic adminis Â¬ i their general statements were in harmony have seen a little of the home life of ZFJULST District S P Murphy Wednes PROFESSIONAL To me all these assertions are utterly tration And he too a southern man with what really was there it was a very I farmes and have made a comprehen- Â¬ Say after jJad Monday Stephen Swango her splendid section of the American republic sive inquiry upon all matters which re- Â¬ absurd The wondrous fertility of your an ex confederaie congressman and sena- Â¬ Thursday after 2nd Monday Second Disteict D S Godsey Friday and a more than usually fine field for late to her resources to the extent of un soils amazed me while some eight days tor In another part of the same speech iL KASH after 2nd Monday A-- J Lindon Saturday I look upon this emigration comparatively unknown to occupied lands I have carefully asked spent in the city of Louisville convinced Mr Garland says tafter 2nd Honday measure the Blair bill as being the most tli9 English people and more especially concerning the advantages and disadvan- Â¬ me that for good order for sobriety and ATTORNEY AT LAW Thied Disteict J W Horton Wednes to those who were being impelled to tages the state might have for the better certain other other things which go in important one that has been before con-Â¬ iay after 1st Monday TV T Tompkins seek a home in lands beyond the sea class of those emigrants who are being the direction of social well being Louis- Â¬ gress for many many days and to niy Hazel Greek- Ky Tuesday after 3rd Monday it Fouetk Disteict James Spencer Wed Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun- My interest in Kentucky was awakened drawn away in such crowds from the ville will compare very favorably with state I look upon hasas being the most im Â¬ been proposed here 3rd Monday Isaiah Spencer ties Collections will receive prompt atten- at the time when the claims of the size portant bill that nesday after countries of the old world I said on any English city of corresponding 7Thursday after 3rd Monday In 1870 the same able gentleman urged great northwest tion my return to England last spring that There is a tendency to magnify small Elkins Friday H Fifth Disteict Win CLausavr Saturday asit is called were being urgently pressed in my judgment Englishmen and especi- Â¬ matters in certain of your journals and the people of his state to adopt a new after 2nd Monday BAZELRIGG ATTERSON upon my friends and countrymen By ally English farmers whose minds are things which we in England would pass constitution in which this section is after 2nd Monday Intelligence und virtue being the northwest I mean that immense sec- Â¬ made up to emigrate could go farther over in comparative silence get so writ- Â¬ found Sixth Disteict S S Rose Saturday afthe safeguard of liberty and the bul Â¬ Â¬ ten up that they look to outsiders like tion of country traversed by the North- and fare far worse than Kentucky ter 1st Monday A M Swango Tuesday after ern Pacific railroad and more especially That opinion I can now repeat with em- Â¬ very terrible offences My own judg- Â¬ warks of a free and good government the 3rd Fridav ATTORNEYS AT LAW shall ever maintain general suit- Â¬ Eighth District J H Terrill Tuesday would lead those lands through which the Canadian phasis I saw that your state has thou- Â¬ menthuman life isme toasthe conclusionÂ¬ state and efficient system aor free schools after 4th Monday Pacific runs Dakota Manitoba and all sands of square miles of undeveloped ter-Â¬ that just safe in Ken- able Constables 1st District Zachariah Hal- MT STERLING KY as it is in Great Britain Then as whereby all the persons in the state be-Â¬ the vast tracts stretching away to the ritory I saw that it was rich beyond tucky evt 2nd District James Lacy 3rd District north pole were then written and spoken measure in coal and iron I noted its to their other points I have had many tween the ages of six and twenty one Legg 5th Hiram Bailey 4th District A J up just as though they were the freshest vast stores of valuable timber and be-Â¬ proofs of the geniality of your Kentucky years may recieve gratuitous instruc Â¬ AMUEL McKEE District James Banks Gth District GeorgeAttorney General Garland is the and fairest lands on which the sun ever came cognizant of the fact that every natures and abundant evidence of your tion Sally 7th District H Clay Hose 8th Dissincere and earnest friend of common shone They were lands of amazing day must add greatly to their value warm hearted hospitality I ATTORNEY AT LAW strict Angustu Bradley I you are resolved not to be left know that schools OFFICERS OF MENIFEE fertility they were lands where wealth gathered information concerning the behind in COUNTY No 441 W Jefferson Street Mr Lamar who presides over the In Â¬ awaited every son of toil and wealth fruitf ulness of your soil not in the fa- Â¬ the march of progress following axe the county ofiiceM of The - -LOUISVILLE KY the comingof which would not be long terior department under the new admin Â¬ Your Louisville exposition was to me IMenifee viz mous blue grass region only but in the J-- M Vanarsdell County Judge- delayed Then too they were lands districts that lie outside of it Every- Â¬ a revelation and a prophecy a revelation istration and is the chief to whom the all the State Courts SsJPractices -J J Byrne special attentionin given to business ofand with a wondrous climate ouritv Clerk True they where it was the same story The soil of what the south can do to day and a commissioner of education reports was all Clerk- - A T Hackney kinds in the United States Courts Circuit had but two seasons summer and win- Â¬ of Kentucky was everywhere capable of prophecy of what she intends to do in for years a teacher and went from a pro -- A J Ringo Sheriff ter yet winter delayed its advent and giving back a rich reward to tne hus Â¬ days to come As to your people looking fessorship in college to congress He was - J-- - Frisby i Jailer summer always hastened its appearing bandman who treated it kindly Some askance at strangers nothing can be trained in the parish school of state -- J C Lewis PORTER LACEY CoroBer N A Willis so that the mild beauties of the spring parts of it were as a matter of course more contrary to fact To Englishmen rights and strict construction He fought -isessor G Vv Wheeler JEarvevor- and growing splendor of autumn were more prolific than others but in no part vour English blood warms and in eyerv in the confederate army and is a warm ATTORNEY AT LAW County Supt Public Schools WC Taylor scarcely missed To me writing and part of your state I received the assurance personal and political friend of Jefferson W S Pierce NOTARY PUrLIC AND EXAMINER OF speaking along the lines above suggested which I entered was there an acre which Master Commissioner Davis But that he is the friend of pop Â¬ would not repay the trouble of cultiva- Â¬ that there would be extended the most ular education none acquainted with hi3 DEPOSITIONS justices of the peace would have been simply amusing if it tion I may add that I saw methods of generous welcome to settlers in your 43srch June September and December had been harmless Unfortunately men farming running over the entire scale of midst who came with the determination sentiments can doubt In a speech made Turner Spencer third TriiKTDlBTBlCT HAZEL GREEN KY For my part Â¬ in the senate he declared to develop the read and heard of it for sober fact The good indifferent and bad Monday GVXi- - Montgomery lirst Wednes-ay- In fact on by honest industry commonwealth resour- I say that I would leave no legitimate fasci- Â¬ colors laid on with such vividness noble ces of J C LYKINS nated them and they were tempted by more than one occasion I was grieved to myself your only say that I thank For effort unused and no constitutional ISECOKDvDTEiCT J T Argo third J H QUILLIX all I can think of the indifference men were show- Â¬ JPKurjdav T F Frisbv first Friday LYKLNS QTJILLLN thousands to leave their own land for ing to the development of fields which those good friends who were at such pains means unemployed which would give to Thtkd Disteict J M Adams second Attorneys Law and Ileal Estate Agents the treeless prairies the bitter and pro- Â¬ every human being in this country that at they called their own Many of these to place information within my reach hichest title to American citizenship Saturday Nelson Hdlland 4th Tliursday longed winters and the thousand and would as the outcome of a little work ana to facilitate my progress through Campton Ky Foukth Disteict Alfred Gombfe first one other discomforts which are the in have poured into the owners laps the the state Among many let me single virtue knowledge and judgment Saturday Samuel Stacy third Saturday Titles examined taxes paiI for in discussing tne Biair diii wnicn pro Â¬ variable accompaniments of settlement rich result of a bounteous harvest I out your able and most courteous state j iFifxh Disteict G R Hale second Collections a specialty Real Estate vides for federal aid to schools Mr La-Â¬ Friday Win Hughes 4th Friday geologist Prof Proctor of Frankfort in those bleak and far off regions of the Brooks bought and sold on commission Will prac- earth To me the countries they were found in certain districts of your state a To him I am indeed indebted and the mar said do not I called see any entering Goxstabis J- IstDirtrict Jno L District tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties reluctance on the part of sundry pos- Â¬ memory - H Kindrick 3rd nd District in this bill toward of his great kindness would lead wedge as it is seeking were not altogether strange sessors of the soil to put forth one parti- Â¬ Jobnson Tiitaker 4th District J T Hed- in the jurisdiction Â¬ federal intervention Years before the effort was made to cle more of exertion than was absolutely mej even n no otiier uoiisiuerauuu exist ger 5th District H B Little J M KASH boom them in the interests of gigantic necessary to live Some of these men ed to cherish a kindly thought for Ken- Â¬ of the state over the education of its the Richard Spencer Commissioner of railroads and enterprising land specula- Â¬ were not quite satisfied with their lot tucky There are other matters on which children and if there exists any such Poor PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON in public tors I had learned something oi their In fact found them contemplating I should like to have dwelt but consider- Â¬ tendency in the of this mindwill my opinÂ¬ I ion the passage bill arrest I had read about FRESH FIELDS AND PASTURES NEW ation for your space and the difficulty of Nor do see any dangerous precedent it Tenders his professional services to the citi- - natural characteriotics CHURCH DIRECTORY in I izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Atlantic gale is blow Â¬ them Books of travel such as those writing while an E South Hazel Geeek 1st Sunday M Presbyte Â¬ Ofiiice at residence on Broadway g Â¬ it I do not think it wise or just reason Â¬ Their conception of life was written by Viscount Milton Dr Cheadle ing although on the statliest and steadiBer W L Stamper 2nd Sunday and they were hoping by the sale of est ship that rides its waves compeL me ing to say that a thing that is right in and Maj Butler had given me a pretty rian Rov E P Mickel 3rd Sunday Chris- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY tian Rev D H Fallen Prayer meetings clear notion of what the seasons were their Kentucky homesteads to get away to conclude This I do with an expression itself benificent in ita objects may be the Christian every Wednesday evening at and with what terrible and continuous to Kansas or some other western statfe of admiration for the ability with which in the future perverted into a wrongtnpr do I anticipate church Thursday evening at Presbyterian B TATJLBEE M D severity the winters pressed The north- Â¬ and there spend the remainder of their the Courier Journal is conducted and I is fraught with it I think this measureÂ¬ church almost unspeakable benÂ¬ west may grow the finest of wheat but time in sheep raising or some kindred hope that you will not think I have un HAZEL GREEN KY Camptok 1st Sunday Christian Rev J efits to the entire population of the south man wants more than that he wants so- Â¬ occupation There was no reticence on duly trespassed onyour space T Pieratt2nd Sunday M E South Rev G Physician Congressional both white and black J Wyman Surgeon and Ac- Â¬ ciety he wants churches schools and their part with regard to the impelling I G Ragan Record March 28 1884-Editor Blackpool Times England newspapers he wants if his life is to be cause which was a belief that less labor coucheur a MAYTOwy 2nd Sunday M E South I do not think that the people of the would be nccessasy than that which is Rev W L Stamper 4th Sunday Christian Tenders his professional services to the peo- lifted above that of an animal fifty EDUCATION south need fear much from the operathings from which he would have to be demanded for growing corn and wheat piReyD G Combs ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties tions of a bureau controlled by L Q CL In one place Office atresideace on Hazel Green Heights excluded one half the year in that semi tobacco and potatoes And the New Administration Ezel 1st Sunday Baptist Rev W L Lamar polar clime All this was brought home beautiful for situation I found a New W M Beckner in Educational Courant Givedon 2nd Sunday Christian Bev D G It will thus be seen- - that the two de-Â¬ to me with ten fold force by reading York syndicate buying up the farms of Combs to partments of the federal government There has been much speculation jas what Prof Proctor had to say in his dozens of this class of men refered to TeencHBTjEG HOTELS 1st Sunday Christian the views of the new federal administra that could have anything to do with ed- Â¬ Â¬ pamphlet in which he draws a compari- above and resolving to offer thepartially RevD G Combs 2ndM- - E South Rev G B Dougherty 4th Sunday Presbyterian improved lands on such conditions as tion with referance to finance the tariff ucational questions are under the con- Â¬ son between HOUSE ReyE PMickeL would tempt the highest class of English the Mormon question Indian affairs our trol of warm earnest friends of common KENTUCKY AND THE NORTHWEST should bill for Jackson 1st Sunday Presbyterian Rev It was the study of that brochure and European emigrants into the state policy toward Mexico and the Central schools- - If a Attorneyfederal sadGarland HAZEL GREEN KY General W B Cooper 3rd Sunday M E South which led me to resolve that I would see especially those who were anxious to try American states the improvement of our pass congress tRevJJDiekev rivers and harbors the building of a new coma oe aepenaea on to support its con- Kentucky the very first opportunity that the colony plan I saw that there were of great interact to JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor presented itself This opportunity came scores of places in Kentucky admirably navy and other issues have seen nothing stitutionality and Secretary of the Inie republic But I rior Lemar would see to it that it is so in the winter of 1882 I was thus com- Â¬ adapted for colony sites Certain views the in pelled to take my first glance at the state which I hold upon that special mode of concerning its status on the all important carried out as to be of great benefit to S3rThe table is supplied with the best g the market and first class accommodation at a time when it would naturally look settling in a new country received abun Â¬ question of education Some the people So that considering the an- Â¬ TOE Â¬ tecedents of the president and his selec Â¬ will be furnished for man and beast doctrinaire may ask what the presiits very worst I would not as a rule dant confirmation from interviews which dent of the United States has to do with tion of a cabinet the friends of popular recommend the bleak days of winter when I had with certain of those who have been education have no cause for uneasiness the fierce north winds blow as a most among the most successful of the Swiss this matter Jefferson the father of the with respect to the new administration party deemed it worthy of appropriate time to see any country yet colonists at Bernstadt I may perhaps states right NEAR POSTOFFICE of his 3f it was at such a time that I was corapel- - be allowed to make special mention of consideration in one wise tomessages and Winchester Ky March 28 1885 continue the KENTUCKY led to pay my earliest visit to your state Mr Haas whose model cottage in the thought it would be TheNews ast Weekly Commer Â¬ LEXINGTON The Btxmsellers License impost tax and use its proceeds in edu but though it was winter and cold at Louisville exposition has won general of Louisville is withputdoubt the cial ne teaerai govern- Look at the ordination of a candidate RATES REASONABLE that Kentucky presented a marked con- Â¬ and warm approval Now he is a man cating the people tbestiamily paperin the South Owings FIRST CLASS established and maintained for the ministry of rum He stands be to certain of the states through of considerable intelligence and is of a meut has trast ville Outlook officers for its fore the city fathers He is called to sell SONS H E BOSWELL wiucn l naa to pass in oraer to reacn it class the infusion of which into the life schools in which to train Proprietors Over New York over Pennsylvania and of any people cannot fail to add strength army and navy it has provided for the mm has trie evidence with him Aeon Weeexy COMMER- over Ohio there was a mantle of snow and wealthy Colonists such as he i3 and education of alien Indians and citizen i genial brother of the same communion The News akp Itr ASBURY which in some places was many inches as his companions are can not be other negroes it has made vast grants of land recommends him to the extent of a thou SSl is a most excellent newspaper- and deep In Kentucky there was no snow than powers working for the prosperity for the benefit of common schools it has sand dollars He is looked overr he will is Republican in politics hut is fair CAMPTON KY honorable in its utterances It gives at all That the weather was keen dur-Â¬ of the commonwealth of Kentucky provided for the founding and maintain - Jo he pays his money for the ministry rnuchjsttention to the farming interests ing part of the time I was in the state I Now there is no reason of which I am ance 01 agriculture uu uicvuuixivai w- qq fle oougnt ne puts jus nana on tnat Alex J Anbury Proprietor ramsellers license of dare not deny but at no time was it so cognizant why your state should not be leges in the language of Hon Daniel W devils document of the State and material interests Voorhees a leading member of the party onfc regularly set apart by prevent locomotion or to hin- - enriched with many men of this clas3 0 ke goes tTetgrowiag-- South Princeton Banner The table is supplied with the choicest cold as to There is not a the ordination which raeana this Take Tio nlnvfFnii flro fder a smart walk from infusing a genial the main thing necessary to bring that of strict construction mi utuiwu The price is only One Dollar a year nands m the market UUU l week nor a day thou authority to tempt me take thou reasonable Special inducements to com- - jglow into the skin Ihe abscence of about being a more widespread knowl- Â¬ year nor a month nor a Specimen copies mailed free snow gave one a chance of viewing some edge of the manifold advantages which since 1789 to the present hour in which authortiyto change them into bestBtak raercial tourists JOHN R HUNLAP of the natural Jbeauties oi the state and Kentucky has to offer I do not know the authority in this bill Blairs bill in thou authority to stain th streets with Louisville Ky helped me to get proof of the high con- Â¬ what steps your authorities may be Aid of Common Schools in one shape j their Blood take thou authority to deso-O wjThe Hazel Green Herald and dition of cultivation into which the fa- Â¬ taking to encourage settlers I know or another has not been tne active pon- - jate homes to break hearts to rum aaals The Weekly News and Commercial will mous blue grass region had been brought that something is being done or I should UV L Villa gUVCiUiUCUli 1UI uui unu wv- - take thou authority to axrk yomrway hie sent to one address from this office Tlnrtnrr tliof xnaif T moiln monv inrtnirioe not have been drawn towards the spot nle as well as other races This policy through the world with all wickedness LODGING HOUSE forgone year for L75 y with relation to the capabilities 1 This much I did learn while with you t fills all our history with its precedents and when vou stand before therXiternal N E corner 5th and JefFerson The Judge just show Him your license of the soil from an agricultural stand- Â¬ that all men of enterprise and progress and the whole land with blessings POB PRINTING OF ALL 3CLNDS LOUISVILLE KY nas so mucn to uo point but in relation to commerce and with whom I came in contact felt a very teaerai government ScchAB envelopes letter heads4ags r manufactures Like all others who be-Â¬ strong desire to see Kentucky march for with education that it has a bureau devo- - Build up home industries by sabseril Soteneads bHlTheads cardjIcineatly Entrance on 5thupjBialrs come familiar with Kentucky I was ward with sturdier strides and to wit- - ted to the cause It is not strange then ing for your home paper 3JT Whitemax Night Clerk jrinaipromptly xecuted t this office C The Herald WATCH AX ELEGANT STEif WLNDING SILVER NICKEL FREE The WaTerbury JiCEit 5 nun JdgeV Â¬ Â¬ j - J - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P S i T- -- A non-residen- ts Â¬ JR stock-raisin- J Â¬ PIERATT opd Reading hair-splittin- Mtjtle Money ASHLAND HOUSE J J HOUSE 1 F FRITZ tl 1 -- - - - X s M8BtfHfBfiShihALs w - it COUBIER I IE I n rw hfmred on Fridav the 3rd dav of I 1 1 if fl fTbte anarmroTmaiaon amauntins to I 1 1 II I f f 1 1 A c i i FOX litWILL BE HUNG BY THB NEGK V1 rkj ITft l t S JJLA4J- - WJI An crtxxrflive Iamag Mrrrt r rtw V 0300 he thongit thairthe matter OUiY AlCYt- - AJG iV3 iUUCVl IU ICU13 Hi hJ if UJUX V Iirar TIL DEAP HttH Forces d aat wr m doing so and convinced all that though Always in Aawincc snouia eo 10 me people as eany as jju- lies Ol2rc2iHR sarifre Spint of he safest way to transmit money by j je of Life On Friday July 3d for the lurder of compelled to do so it was a duty he re 9Bbsdy as Tnfriijwi m mail is bv reristered letter post oSce mon- luctantly performed Afflicted g W Peyton Stricklin oa the 21st ep erderpr draft oa CincinnatL Money sent j Col Walton spoke in favor of hisxrejoTH4lT 111 UC iit uur XUk LOIS WXT wife has lution and thought that this was all that in It is reported that Stricklins Day of June ISS i EDTGv been indicted for complicity and the the joint committee could do at the meet-Â¬ SOUTH m4 DHOaUSICk SPENCER COOPER Editoe ing first latnd all t tit k ftr iriikcMiuL she is really the The trial of Floyd Williams for the opinion obtains that of aa km4 a ifc jaegk ay The resolution was unanimously murder of Peyton Stricklin on the 21st guiltier of the two although the evidence These springs are located three quarters thethe r toa forea tarmaw ia m xrom me adopted of last June occupied most of the term before the jury in no way implicated oi a cineTho water oeamusu iu u ui HAZEL GREEN KYl Green contains a larger Pr centage of iron than any other water known is without supexier w lfe wwiL as a The committee then adjourned of the Wolfe circuit court last week the her WEDNESDAY 3IAY 6 1865 most valuable in the cure of family and political mtimfmpt ami imzmg Williams will be the first man ever hence it is the internally or externallyi case being called on Wednesday andeon disease used the vear it will stem JMfesealeWT STATE NEWS cluded on Saturday morning with a ver-Â¬ hunsc in Wolfe countv Amongthe many diseases which flesh is andnopefulry thaa evr Asfkrmettlikiti Entered at the Hazel Green postofnce Hon Thomas Turner of Jit Sterling lost dict of guilty heir to and for which this wonderful water not neglecting however tfceatfastt TwrMty as second class mall matter The evidence of guilt Confederate Paroles is known to be a positive and permanent of choice miscellaar that awaa it to he a judgment a large land suit In Missouri The m j e ia though only circumstantial was very great a favorite in the Ju2j circle Tie 1SGG0 The Sentinel Democrat of last week cure are the following w tjFttd ATnis z oTer i against him is about stroncr SKLN return to power of the DesMerade wurtr fivn t I J JLi - Ti iify a xisousanapeo DYSPEPSIA published an account of the paroling of CONSTIPATION SCROFULA CAÂ¬ Beattyville Enterprise Logan Thomas afwill make 1SS5 a vear Mtke Ik the hatofj J DISEASES pte every week and its circulation is in Williams who was in the employ of some 1200 confederate soldiers at that of the United States rat imtrakmii creaslngf Tritlx each issue it is therefore ter being almost at deaths door with pneu TARRH RHEUMATISM f be without the Couner Stricklin the evening before attended a vho is now in a fair way to recover monia fever THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM NEURALGLA NER-Â¬ place twenty years ago last Thursday to keep thorousnlv TKwie on wanning events ia JLStern Kentucky and the rates are Mercury Hon Green Keller of Carlisle shooting match at the blacksmith shop in which all named are officers D S C VOUSNESS The We eklv Courier Jovrsal has AeLarjret only about half those chaxjred hy others of George Miller and while there had We append a few of the hundreds of tes Democratic Circulation of amy Nevsoaper which as local famDy newypnpess do not is a candidate for clerk of the house in the Â¬ for repin any dejrree mTJL TJTP A T 11 next general assembly of Kentucky Mr some words with Stricklin in regard to a Godsey the democratic nominee timonials which have been tendered as to 1 M Tj idLJjJLuiiXlJL compare with resentative from this legislative district I the eScacv of this water in disease it ask any subscriber it a to Its merits as Keller has the experience energy and abili settlement Mr Miller acted as adjuster has handed us his parole which we here- Â¬ One lady writes trL am so thanful to the a great farnilv and polities newspaper In point of quality and quantity of intereata ty to make a superior clerk of the claim and the trouble was appar- Â¬ Blessings Great A2TKOUKCE3IEXTS with copy and venture the assertion SwangoGiver of allFreely do I that I tried reading matter it leads the newspaper press Springs give all the Hichmond Begieten Mr Jhe T Jones was ently settled the understanding being and money spent there for the health of the United States Isaoney Industry We are authorized to announce D S ploughing in one of his fields five years ago that Williams owed Stricklin one and a that he was the youngest of the number timestrength now enjoy and enterprise can keep ifso it will continÂ¬ I mustered out at that time He was born and gentleman of Illinois says I think the ue at the head of American journals It GODSEY as a candidate for representa- Â¬ and turned up a coin that vras a century old half days A work After the shooting in August 1S4S and mustered out of water of Swango Springs did me more good contains each week the mot complete tive from the district composed of the One day last week he was ploughing over I counties of Montgomery Menifee Pow- Â¬ the same spot and unearthed another coin match had ended Stricklin went off and the service May 1st 1865 thus being less than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I summarv of the news of the worltL aad its editorial columns Hssxy Wattxxsgs Williams lingered about the shop some ell and Wolfe subject to action of the are alwavs able siroay aad than 17 years of age by three months just a hundred years old The latter coin democratic party time While there he took a rifle gun Iteese Mt Sterling Kv F M Hiukle I bright Amona the ESPECIAL FEATtKES evidently ddged him the firt time just to He was also the only private mustered P L We are authorized to announce Dr F make out the century the property of Robt London who had out He was sworn in August 1SS2 and jj Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick are Telegraphic Specula from all the leadxsg points in sne u mieti ciaies juia r urope aeÂ¬ M THOMAS an independent republicanÂ¬ jv Democrat James Hinds who left it with Miller to be repaired and therefore was only 13 years of age at that legislative disSentinel A large hotel is now being hunt which rial and Short Stories by popular ana noted candidate to represent the Menifee moved to this citv from Menifee countv last with which Williams had been shooting time will afibrd ample accommodation to visitors writers Tannages Sermons the dav after deÂ¬ trict composed of Montgomery For further information in regard to board livery in Brooklvn Tabernacle Market Ra Powell and Wolfe counties October died of consumption Wednesday during the afternoon and removed it to Fashion Mt Sterling Ky May 1st 1S65 ic address HARBISON SWANGO portsr Answers Letters Turf aad Stock Be Â¬ to Correspondents Depart ports night of last week He was a very poor man a corner of the shop The act excited no Hazel Green Ky Or this office I private Drury S Godsey Co T ment Poetry and Department for Cafteren and being unable to work he lived mostly suspicion at the time but the next morn- Â¬ 13th Ky Cav solemnly swear that 1 THE KENTUCKY UNION No Home in fh Countrr should be witioat W T CASKEY H F PIEPJlTT since he came here m the charity of the ing when the report went out that Strick will not take up arms against the United it fLexingtos Press people He was about 45 years old and a lin had been shot from the bushes Avhile States or give information to the ene-Â¬ Tha Courtor JournaJ The joint committee of the chamber of devoted member of the Christian church ex- Â¬ CASKEY mies thereof until I am regularly 5 distinctly represents the non ofsce holding commerce county court and city coun- Â¬ He died in fall assurance of life beyond and plowing in his corn field the people in changed as a prisoner of war and that I and nonAjfSce seeking classes It is a critic Wholesale and Retail the neighborhood turned out to find the will conduct myself as an honorable citi- Â¬ hot an orcanj friendly to those who serra cil met Col T J Megibben president of prared for the end to come He leaves a the country well hostile to those who fail Signed D S Godsey murderer Geo Miller upon going to zen ihe Kentucky Union railroad Bennett wife and four children to serve it or serve it ill equally withost Co I 13th Ky Yol entangling alliances or selfish expectations PL Young Ticerpresident Major J M Scorcher One M S Eas his shop missed the gun and remember- Â¬ Licking Valley Subscribed HAZEL GREEN KY other than the confidence and support of ing that- he had seen Williams remove it this 1st day of and sworn to before me Thomas secretary Col R P Stoll treas-Â¬ tep professing to be a watchmaker and Mav 1865 the people to whom alone it owes allegi Â¬ M T Hall and CoL Wm Tarr in the ordinary jeweler from Paintsvilie Ky made his ap Â¬ the evening before at once suspected ance It will have no compromises to buucs urer PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS with time servers but wilf keep right on la Capt 26th Ky A A I G of the Phoenix hotel yesterday to discuss pearance in this plaee about three weeks him of the theft of it Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup the path of duty which it has marked out to May 1st 1S65 Judge George Carson had been attract- Â¬ the proposition submitted to the joint ago procured us insert an advertisement for itself regardless of consequences- - It Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils he would remain eighteen days at the ed to the house of the murdered man by D S Godsey is paroled until that Private Wooden- - and Tinware In fact will fight monopoly whether it rears its her committee at a former meeting The fol Â¬ Morgan house and repair watches sewing regularly exchanged By order of Dessoerstic EVERY THING YOU NEED rid head inside of outside the a a liberal lowing were present Judges L Royalty machines fcc and had us do some job work the report of his death and taking Emo-Â¬ Brig Gen E H Hobsox party It will fight intolerance SGive us a call and be convinced that wnerever ney appear ana asm so tusr H C Payne and J E Jewell of the for which he agreed to pay After spending ry James and Geo Miller they went to J S Bctler Asst Adj Gen vou can buy more goods from us to the Dol Â¬ ism to give to or ask from msleavctiom aad ter where Stricklin had fell looking for a Now has he kept his parole in good lar than at any other house in the moun- Â¬ malefactors Democratic or Repaslk county court G W Ranck Col Matt five or six days he skipped the town leaving clue to the murder They found the faith Or rather will he not violate in tains We also desire to buy a number of With this explanation of its scope plaasavd Wallon Dr W A Gunn Dr J B Mor- Â¬ his bills unpaid We have investigated his Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay purpose we submit the following ton and Alei Pearson of the chamber antecedents and find him to be a worthless bresh broken at a fence near by where the position he is about to assume These the highest market price TERMS OF SUBSCRrpnOX Z the murderer had concealed himself in questions are seriously asked by many of Daily Courier Journal one year of commerce Messrs W H May W S tramp and dead beat Beware ofhim 4l030 Daily Courier Journal 6 months 5JX Itichmend Eegisten About two months wait for his victim and looking about his constituents hereabout The parole MTJhesnay of the city council Judge 2 75 Daily Courier Journal 3 months 1 00 Daily Courier Journal 1 month Y H Abbott and J L Bosley editor of ago J 3L Nicholson of Kingston this counvÂ¬ discovered tracks They followed these reads and that I will conduct myself as DEALER IK ty left home ostensibly to come to Rich- tracks faint at first until they were final- Â¬ an honorable citizen Sunday Courier Journal 1 year 2C0 This is a serious the Sun were present having been dele- Â¬ mond Sunday Courier Journal 6 months I 00 but disappeared and his whereabouts ly rewarded by finding a perfect impres- Â¬ thing and his friends would like to have gated bv dark countv to attend the WEEKXT COUiaEE nJOXrSXAL have since been unknown to his wife He 1 0 One Year with a Preminm meeting Judge H C Payne was made is under indictment and bond in the Bullitt sion of both shoes upon which were an answer to these questions ere he jeopÂ¬ Copies one year without premi Â¬ Five chsirmpT and CoL Matt Walton secre-tar- circuit courti charged with forgery and it is patches They pursued the trail which ardizes his good name by accepting a place MOUNT STERLING KY 1 00 um each led to the house of Williams mother in the Kentucky legislature He was Six months without premium IS away to dodge the law presumed that he ran 50 and thence to Stricklins There they erstwhile a miller an honest son of toll COACEERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE-- Three months without nremram Col Young stated that the first thing and is now a refugee His wife informs us SPayment invariably in advsjtca CLALTY and his warmest friends now fear that to be done was for the county court to that the principal witness against him Les- Â¬ found several persons gathered together 5Postage on papers is prepaid by th publishers lie Jenkins of Paint Lick is now dead and among them Floyd Williams Judge he will fall from erace iorder an election by which the will of the jgSAny one wishing to visit Cincinnati The list of premiums offered in therefore he need not further remain from Carson stepped into the kitchen where or Louisville can leave their horses with with the Weeklv Courier Journalconnection people could be ascertained on the propÂ¬ includes x Triinble White me and rest assured that they will receive great variety of useful and home Their two children are sick with fe-Â¬ attracirre arti- Â¬ osition submitted by the Kentucky ver and are liable to die at any hour The Williams was talking with the deceased everv attention be watered fed groomed Sentinel Democrat containing list mans wife and remarked That was a and bedded Soliciting your custom I reÂ¬ cles A circular sample copy ofof premiasas Union complete and a the Weekly dependent wife thus aks uk to inform th In this city yesterday April 29 1SS5 main JOHN KEEF Yours truly Courier Journal will be sent frae of charge Judge Payne doubted the right of the errinir husband that he oucht to come home bad affair Flovd vou and Pate had a 1 oclock p M at the Methodist church on application county court to order such election but and can do so with impunity She of course quarrel yesterday evening tYes Wil- Â¬ Mr Robert M Trimble and Miss Isa B A good local agent is desired is every cest but it didnt amount to thought the proper action of the county says that he is innocent of the charge of liams replied ui unity to whom a liberal cash commission White were married by Rev E L South will be allowed A canvassing outfit issent Judge Carson replied anything I gate in the presence of a large number court would be to recommend to the leg forgery local agents free of charge jKo TraTelikg a exkkL deal Pates think it amounted to islature a repeal of the act forbidding Airents are employed by the Courier-Journa- l of relatives and friends The church was A Letter from Texas Yes and I expect they will killed and no subacription should ever be givÂ¬ the citizens of Fayette county from voting The wedding handsomely decorated en to any one unless personally knownto Hutchts5 Texas April 22 me of it but all I want is a fair accuse a railroad appropriation the subscriber Address march was played by Mrs John Samuels Editor of The Hazel Gheen Herald OF trial replied Williams Judge Carson W N HALDEXAX CoL Walton thought the matter should and Prof E S Fogg There were no Some of my friends in other countries had President Coarier Joraai Co the meantime looked at Wil-Â¬ in be submitted to the people at the earliest ask me to givp them through your paper LoamQe ity attendants The ushers were Dr J A liams shoes and discovered that they possible moment Yansant John G Winn A G Peters my opinion about Texas as a farming FBAyKTiTf Mr MChesney suggested that e will country This is a good place for a man were patched to correspond with the and B W Trimble tracks he had traced and measured He of the people might be ascertained at the who wishes to diversify his crops Cot- Â¬ iOl W hThe groom is a well known young bus- Â¬ therefore placed him Williams under expense August election without extra iness man of the firm of Trimble Bros ton wheat corn potatoes oats garden arrest and started for Hazel Green Between Race and Yine Ken- Â¬ The proposition submitted by the and the bride is one of our citys fairest vegetables and small fruits all do well Geo Miller in whose custody the gun 4 Cfcutaw tucky Union the same as ws published and pay the producer a handsome profit 15 Tine Street dc daughters Thev have been sweet hearts CINCINNATI OHIO had been demanded it of Williams and SMTTK AXJ ISOK in the Daily Press last week was read I have noticed that all who are industri- Â¬ for several years and this event has been The rrpa oa which this ysgr fa ibrtafci R TUGGLE was told that he knew nothing of it Bob Judge Payne said that as Fayette ous and economical make a good living the bova f ooadiy Xarrox Hjoux expected for some time by their acquaint- Â¬ WITH Lindon the owner of the gun and the county bonds would always be at premi Â¬ and some make something to put away ances May their fondest anticipations 400009 asked by the Kentucky for a rainy day except when we have first one to arrive at the house after the be realized um the J T G ATHRIGHT CO THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY STja Union amounted to more than that too much rain as we have had this sea murder hearing that the gun was miss- Â¬ THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER The happy couple left on the after- Â¬ Manufacturers of ing and what had happened at the shop amount noon express for Cincinnati where they son and the crop3 get so weedy that you TRUSTWORTHY LN ALL THINGS Jff Mr 3FChesney assented to this but cant see them for the weeds Then ones the evening before threatened to kill will remain a day or two and then will EPITOME OF THE WORLDS NEWS thought tkat no cold water should be mind runs this way There is but little Williams who becoming alarmed told take a trip east visiting various cities some one to Tell Bob Lindon if he will thrown oa the proposition and will be absent three or four weeks 654- and 656 W Main Street in life to live for the world is a hollow THE CHOICEST GEMS OF LITEE- Judge Payne asked whether the meet-Â¬ mockery full of troubles and trials We jist keep quiet he shall have his gun be-Â¬ The Her v lp extends the best wishes LOUISVILLE KY ATURE THE LATEST AND ing had the power to adopt any proposi- - go forth in the morning full of hope and fore twenty four hours of the people of Hazel Green for their Coming to Hazel Green the posse with lion FULLEST RELIABLE XA3 come home at night full of bad whisky Williams in charge met his mother and happiness during a long and peaceful life s See our Styles and get our Prices be OdL Walton stated that the duty of Woe unto man of how little consequence and hopes that no jars may ever enter in fore buying KET REPORTS the joint committee was simply to re-Â¬ is his joy in infancy he is full of colic he and his mother had some conversa to their family circle unless they be jars Catalogues and Price List sent on applica Â¬ One dollar a copy for 12 months Ts Eu- Â¬ ceive propositioas from the Kentucky and catnip and in youth he goeth about j tion During this conversation which of sweetmeats Robert has a host of tion none of them heard Floyd was seen to Union management and report to the with a thorn in his heel in the evening friends here where he was born who wish rope 1 52 a year Terms mTxriably eash fat motion with his hand Two men Robt county court of life he lieth down full of rheumatism Rose and H C Nickel seeing him con- Â¬ him well in every walk of life He will advance Postage free to all subscribers da CoL Walton offered the following reso-Â¬ aches and anti billious pills Lo in an cluded to watch his mother and did so make a model husband and from what lution the United States and Canada- hour when he dreameth not of it a She went in the direction indicated by we learn has as a helpmate a model Resolved That it is the sense of the breachy mule kicketh him athwart the HAZEL GREEN KY wife May peace joy riches and a long jlSSS 1555 -- PREMIUM COPIES her son and appeared to be hunting dili- Â¬ Â¬ joint committee of the chamber of com- center and he dieth j25Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies life for their enjoyment be theirs TO gent v for something She started awav wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made GETTERS UP OF CLUBS merce city council and Fayette county Success to The Hebald and all its hesitated and again returned to hunt and repaired in the best manner FOE A Much Xeeded 3Iail Route court that a fair and reasonable proposi Â¬ readers THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY STJ2T Geeex T Little but finally abandoned the search Her The postmaster general should estab-Â¬ tion looking to the building of the Ken- Â¬ watchers however took up the hunt lish a mail route from Ezel to Yocum Everything XoTely FIVE COPIES 3 tucky Union railroad toLexingtonshouid i HAZEL GREEK KY With an extra copy of the Weekl close to the place where she abandoned both in Morgan county The distance is correspondent of the Courier-JouTalbuita be submitted to the voters of Fayette aun one year county court be rnal writing of Jackson and her it and were rewarded by finding the gun twenty miles or more and if the present TEN COPIES county and the Fayette iiolOft With an extra copv of the WeeJJrV people says in his letter to that paper shot pouch and powder flask concealed administration is disposed to aid us in asked at the proper time to takeappro Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming con one year ana one copy of tne met there Capt Bill Strong Jerry litt- Â¬ by the side of a log under some leaves mail facilities they will lose a good chance Tools Buggies and Wagons I prkiie action in the matter Daily Sun three months Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten-Â¬ FTFTEEN COPIES 15 00 asked and GoLTbung le John Aikman and other notable As soon as it wa3 known that the cun to do so unless they establish a postomce tion Judge Payne With an extra copy of the Weekly had been found Williams mother went at Bethel five miles from Ezel at Hamp-Â¬ characters all on friendlv terms with answered the following questions Sun one year ana one copy of the J f VAUGHX to them and demanded it but of course tons Mills five miles from Bethel and S S COMBS Daily Sun six months much of the road hasbeen one another now Q How TWENTY COPIES 30 00 did not get it Williams subsequently one between the latter place and Yocum GOMES VATJGHN Great credit should be given to Mr completed With an extra eopy of the Weekly If I in the Panther Branch neighborhood Wm Cooper of Lexington and Prof asked one of the gaurds in charge DEALEKS CT Sun one year ana one copy of the A Sixteen mOes Daily Sun nine months should confess and prove threats from The people on that line should get up a Dickey of Millersburg Ky They have has it cost Q rHow much i THIRTY COPIES 30 GO I petition and forward it to Hon W P been preaching in Breathitt county for Stricklin what difference would itmake A 30000 per mile With an extra coov of the Weekrr AXDXXVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS The foregoing was about the evidence Taulbee at Salyerville who in turn Sun and one copy of the Dally Ska Q What is the character of the work six months and now there is a church one year elicited on his trial and the jury in ac- Â¬ should at once see that the route is estab- Â¬ Cor Main and Marion Streets being built right in Jackson It will be done CAMPTON KY Single Copies by Mail 3 Gats To lirope A It has the best grades of any road the first church house ever in Breathitt cordance with the testimony found him lished The district named is quite a and fixed his punishment at populous one and the people should have SAYE YOUR MONEY AND BUY Â¬ guilty county- - Jerry little has joined the Presit the state 1 52 a year YOUR GOODS CHEAP what thev demand Some of the most Q Hare bridges on the largest streams byterian church under Mr Cooper and death The prosecution was ably represented prominent and wealthy farmers in that Thsssiesi method of traaaauttiag mace one of Capt Strongs sons has joined the been completed rEOM Prof Dickey and a by Hon J Wick Kendall Col L M county reside on the line indicated and Methodist under A There are only two bridges and great many other men have joined the by mail is by check draft or gartiEca Day Ed C Orear Esqr and JB White it 13 a shame that these men should be both have been built church who htve killed from one to six money order commonwealths attorney pro tern The without mail facilities Let us have the Q What are the resources of thecom men There is no doubt that Breathitt will defence had Judge LyMns Judge Rid route and have it at once Address A ABELX CO Pafeliafce DAYSBOROUGH KY pany be one of the wealthiest counties in tha dell and Jos C LyMns Esqr as repreX 650000 acres of land and the road state on account of the coal iron and Sux Laos JuruDism sentatives who did all they could to save CLARK as far as built R B GARDNER timber The people up here are looking TTJR WITH Q Are the titles to the companys forward with a great deal of interest to the prisoners life by lessening thepenal t completion of the Kentucky Union ty while the lawyers for the prosecution the HE HAZEL CREElr PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON an3y2lid Sievers Carson Hardware Powell Wolfe and Breathitt did their best to hang him railroad A They are Ax IxnxpxsDErr Locaj Nxwar juwijc HAZEL GREEN KY Company counties instead of one railroad should It was the first prosecution Mr Orear Is there a debt on ihe road have one half dozen railroads from the Devoted to the derelepwt H Offers his services to the people of Wolfe 637 W Mjldt Street 400000 of bonds which are held immense quatitv of timber and hidden was ever engaged in and old lawyers u of Eastern Xentacky hoas sevs Acir2l and adjoining counties were heard to sav that it was a master- IXUISYILLE KY be au04 to aayarts fcr 9 riron and coal the company by CASE T wmmmmfmmmmammVmmam Wg rirrrT S LOO Pet 0E0 rJlfJL AT T 1 Gunnsaid that whilgfhe did not think the people of the county would I ft FLOYD WILLIAMS lfJudee - i Cooper sentenced the prisoner IBS AnnUrriJ J III till I JOUElL m The Water -- Humanity IRON IS for thteyin ahtff lo rrt wwm 1 1- JcrI -- fc Â¬ PIERATT G - R00BtRS Flour Bacon Lard Salt -- JOHN XEEI FINE HORSES y- BUY YOUR Â¬ Â¬ NOTIONS Pearl St LHIRSCHMAMSON j TYPE -- Saddles Harness - c FRANK TYLER BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT ir BLACKSMITH Genera Iflerchandlse M NiCKELL I a Â¬ H J HAU i l - L fmmi- - 7JKe - z3g zKrB ilki pi HjEiiALD 3 i iOO Per Annum Always ki Advance TWiriarAiiB 44T5 At e3sdafetIago Miit Lse No 5ST F A 3tT 3d ia wir h31 EASTERN KENTUCKY - NEWS 3Y COUNTIESTSBisaay April ia Basel a 3Ctk SSS to amh2 last T2SeCttBeu j Scporteti ly Special Oorrespanden fross AH Points 1 the SToxratsi M Wolfe Conty April 2h OS 3SOd2 Br G- - B SW23S0 j Gresa-Kv-o- Re6l3t5a3LS cJ epct f O0BSBSP0KDMG3BL I t tire ccKaaisnty Jaass A JSsij iorsseriy i iMs pises bat sots of Speacer Meetgosaery cssaary isln k7raTiatiagMinsadtajdBr HANLY JUDY JuElKisdiI0 H- - Vi i 5 - riL rK tmt3 we3L its s mrjr tke - cMrtaafe of oaH sot catch oa iodiaft Ksolstlsas aae rapart t Iq JTOW iif iEe w D L B Deaares pieddlns elder snaFtej4- - iaftlsii2xt2cesioCtfeloe HiacSTEsj Williams of YaisSsIa is ia this ef the Irdne dissrict StncVrrrtTifpru rJL 2S2 Xk3I fscs sr erery pom t xa lbs 2aoestxas j talk a Sstsrs r Mar fed whereep3e tae j deists mve to harce lot of sock whkh iescs is in to sra presdiat over Sms j Wrijefor terss 10 sgeais ae will ilx itseniiig gsv scncl csisevtaon He is a Baepre- was reported aad adopted xeBowxas 4 Whessas It Ms pleased oar nigh Te raitsmea sreretarsiiigiosj ce srsacimj sscer sad prsaces with tbe ease nvers aaa rerva rt xaa tnaner marrt if arrti cliraitrr s thnT lb raler tbe Haivese TfKETilLE I i Terr 5a- imsis caeena r to tbesaer J Bess lirae onr Entered Kentucky it OUttl AXtaniiC i ta Trfte IToiieaad BrssiI tt sad the w Aariiicasaisoi Campion in this coaaty is 2 Isusass siraTnAR- - casa liiev sis cow ireceivjasT 122 es thejaf Mulv w - 15 a ao4wv n m j n tv an m i xiaicej aad a nice town m Trhfi r r lira as ptessis es a ixssSst of caic s Mm fTt life - isoniaoecsl to eseraitr kks v sj c jbuskme mmmamex TLf3 Daniarcait conrt rMchhasjnst Wf - 1 12 CTST1 Mor- - C v -- Xieiaruusi P 2 T j- - V TW -- W3I W t v I -- - as ae jjuaeay season coaveasaoa sad quarterly seetiag f Joraoa Wills of this place-- ha if t the staili of GaUadie oa a fishing xpeait a as usest it tani aot ma -- seas are nearly ail dsae pfetatxag KY Have moved to their Large New House on 5IaysviHe street andliave adaedlargely to their stock of SET STBBTiTNGr Jst t te n5 Vsi ta a - Hardware dneensware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels e Which they are selling at Bock Eottom Prices Call and see them in their new quarters A fall stock of Wagons Bnagies Bockaways c HANIiY JUBY Wndv ba t2 - aeix ii - - - mimi k 1 XcllTMiSci3i2ei7s 3rrrt222 3a2a jsa 21st att2tliientc4 Js4kw5I asSi -- Hisstrr Easts Jt js lisenesore 2eiiTd It iarias okassd diTiae zx arzsvesa Ygsce to calloer iwtharirKaialxxr Poxrell CouaSy Sgccssg 1 vf T 1 we ma nor zhkks a cranxca ssaaBO U2S led ckvd 4 m clerk swapping Well well such is fortuao Bev James M Little of Gillmore has aad white West liberty captures oae fir O Davis of Hazard passed through whose illaess we Mr Howard Kash f IT Lygfweekea route hoaietroaiPraak-- aoted ia our last issue died oa Wedaes beea with us ia Jacksoa for two week the body we caia oae for the sole 4oka Lfort where he had beea srith araber He day at 6 oclock p m aad was burried staviujr at his brothers store His dausrh-- Cum ia GardenerM 5 gave oar saactaai a pleasaat call aad ia the cemetery overlookia our towa oa j ter Dannie is attending school here ev Isaac Jtiurpay ot virassv ia- Thursday afteraooa with Masonic hoaors silecnbed for Tee Heeald Mr Vivian of Winchester Ky was 507 of which order ia towa several davs receatly looang af-Â¬ fonas us that on his way to Hazel Greea by Mizpeh lodge Xo Oar frieads ia the blue grass saav travel he was aa hoaorable mesiber HAS JCST BECEIVED of imorss STOCK OP ter some laad he aad lately purchased last Saturday he saw a lady living oa irith lightaiae speed over rails of steel Mr Hash was a young aiaa ia the He is remarkably preserved aad is a very Grassy creek eacaged ia sewing up the crop of a duck He stated that the duck act for aaalloyed pleasure the back- ansae of life aad leaves aa iaterestiag iaterestiag man board- breezy roads aad brsdag air of laaiily of two boys aad oae little girt Pat- - had been fed a haadful of corn aad the Messrs C J Taosataia travel beats Bostiag1- TVeve His wife to whom he has beea married rirV tT rriTklr Little aad Jolia E tr lady noticing that it passed out the neck j 1t9 flivir nf iniKr 3 A v Tr V t tried h- s fast as the duck took it in the bill awuwaurc vrfo EErankfort oa the recent tide have bo pel a aiece of aad resided ia the family yet May 1st returned We leara they made an examination and discovered MERCHANT TAILOR P Bose Iiviag oa Lacy creek ia that its crop had by some accident beea this coaaty Kill have a big diaaer for town He was a soa of Judge Levi Kash did well with their timber split hence th trouble-- He thiaks the XT fT i Bev D G B Demaree presiding elder duck was undr the iafiueace of chloro- Â¬ sXae acjS xo oay xie aas mviieu tutaiu oae of oar oldest aad most respected cit to atteid a loff roiliajr bv Brhich he aro- - izeas npsa whom aadhis agea wife the held quarterly meeting at the mouth of form at th time poses to clear ap about aiae acres of blow falls heavily as they have lost five of Lost creek Saturday aad Sunday April Patrick tosbcL During our visit to Camptoa last week their childrea The deceased was a mem- - 25thofand 2oth Bev S H place is paspre we noticed that Combs that tor the church auehafs place Wrf T jirTryrtnn Treiviprr- - at its cp 1 ber of the ChristiaB church aad as pariag to have a at charch erected there of bnsiaess was pretty wall ailed with aloa last weekTinstructed aH the minis- - chrisdaa was resigned to G03S wOl and this season buyers all the time This is a siinificaat ters to make Jsreacaourga special ooiect i high fact They advertise ia The TTera UD The music class of the Jackson His distressed r ia soucmag coatnonuoas ia o oroer to i tamily aad- ineads -- have our warm sym school aumbers elevea- This is a high aad as aearly all the good people in the April 9 1SS5 nr rirvth Hi 1 WW IW cn4- nk TtnTlTtocompliment to Miss Caapie Lirtle the county take the paper they see that ad pathy at that place music teacher one of 6reathittfs owa vertisernent and know just where to jro lightning 2 orc She is herself to buy bargains UA Mat to the wisefis Bev J T Pieratt will preach at the The towa of Camptoa is evidently un- - fair daughters successor proving brilliant sufficient in of her Dr Mckell school house ia Morgsia derlaid with metals of various kinds or to be a worthyBose K Bichards of Staa crease theiraad if mexchaats would th teacher Miss trade they should try cnimtv-- oa Satufdv before the third saaie experiment Saaday ia this moath at 3 oclock p m j whv the stroae amaitv of lishtaiag for ford localitvi Lichtaiac struck a rod oa Rnrc that At the recent quarter v meetins held iSaaday at 11 a ra aad khe house of S Combs there last week at Lost Creek Samuel KHager of Jack- - The saw mill of Haaks Tutt of this ax some seats Ba piowea up tae grouna ior a conaa n was licensed to hold meetings ot couaty is aow doing a big business ana many places were rayer and exhortation He is only ni-- They are under coatract to saw 20000y 1 See the card of Dr B R Gardaer ia FDie --HAXTFACTUREES OF- pointed out to us where lightning had Oku vears aad six months old but his feet of lumber for George T Ceuters frmriCTiPtasv The doctor is a eood I 4Jiuinisriaw usiiJi ccj - ThlinHAfpwv guts grace aad truits designate aim as our sheriff which they will wiad up Vf j i rmnn tH trrtii U0UUM nrrp ssumJfrk jlh T I j rrhsw ir m pro- - we leara that - horses and cattle are one chosea for the work of the miaistry about to day and theywill thea remove I valuable acqaisixioa to the medical knocked to taeu- knees In admuoa to As a scholar he stands at the head of our to Greenberry Littles on Stillwater i nrinnnnA ft TTrr saw- Â¬ aas not baen before the aalic ia that ca-- l fhtc tae TPArtl nt a compass retuses to school aad as a religious worker he takes where thev have anotheriscoatract for perform its fuaetioBS whea tried in that the lead His lather is a Methodist min- Â¬ ing 100000 feet This aa enterprising pacicy for some time localitv Vtre do not know that this is ister stationed at Louisa Ky He lives firm aad their sawver Wm A Jones is one of the best in fiastera Kentucky it is certainly strange with his grandfather Wm M Combs AND DEALESS DT- Dr J L Bowland of SalversviUe has phenomenal out excaaages aave aoticed beea ia towa duriae the past week The f d LOST CREEK ma nnAB 4kn Messrs B G Clemens and A N Whita doctor is alWEVS a welcome Visitor m1111 wwiueuws auurer uumu we ker of Quicksand Mills two prominent Success to The Hesjlld Hazel Green Heaavshehasvidted the saouia use to near 01 pern it aot aere through Pi Times are hard at present but there citizens of thai place passed JL c people of this couaty ia years past io is a chaace for scieatific research trtri ia our town last Saturday en route home we should like to kaow are fair prospects for the future aow pro- Â¬ vesacatioa aad The relieve thear sunenag aad ae had beea to where eople are laboring harder now than thoy from Frankfort While they they pur- Â¬ poses to visit them to relieve their pock- Â¬ 1 the scieatific solutioa of the matter Beferexces Jugde G B Swaago Hazel Green George Bice Maytowa or here sell their logs ave for years past et books Personal Paragraph chased f roiq J T F Dav quite a large aay Business Man of Lexington Ky Our log mea have about all returned quantity of goods and informed a Her- Â¬ fc S Deaais of Ezel was ia towa last Geonre Beeslev who lives oa Lacv home They report timber selliagata as Thursday creek aear towa was so uafortuaate ald scribe that on the 13th iasL our B sale day they will each have a lot of ROGERS Fraak- - fair price to lose his wife oa Friday last Hert Floyd Day returned home from There is still a large amouat of timber stock oa the market death leaves him ia charge ot a large fort last Saturday courses aad the prospect is J Tavlor Dav is ia Cmcianati this in our waterremaia there till fall familv of little childrea Mr Beesleyis WITH wrra Tonnu ilea t Read This that it will oae of our most iadustrious hard work week buyiag goods Â¬ The Voltaic Belt Compaay of MarJoha Campbell has doaated a site oa shall Mich offer to send theircelebrated iacr citizens aad moved to this couaty if Mrs Naaaie Heradoa is vistiag her which to erect a church housa aad the from Powell only a short time ago Belt aad other electric buildiag will be completed the coming Electro Voltaic trial for thirty days to Bev E P Mickel has returned home appliances oa Oa Moaday April 13th we will return season XHPOKTEES AXD JOBBERS OF mea young or old afflicted with nervous Maysville street the from the meetiag of the Presbytery to oar old stand oa WHOLESALE ABeadeb debility and all kindred troubles Also Hayes aad Miss Mas Heradoa Mrs Phoenix Stables where we will agaia be for rheumatism neuralsa paralysis aad glad to see you Oar turnouts are first Ludnda Kash gave us a yieasant call last Slorgan County maay other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ Dry Dry Motions class and our stables will be ia better week Call aeain ladies ilATTOWK tion to health and vigor guaranteed No Third Bacs With thanks ever before shape George Nelsoa Caadler honored the and is al- Â¬ as thirty Elder H 729 731 and 733 Heltoa of Clif tv was m risk is incurred thea at days trial illus- Â¬ for past favors we solidt your future circait court at Gamptom with his much John A Carter oace for lowed Write 103T Stbjests James G Carter B F Bobisox Supt towa last week patroaage esteemed preseace last week trated pamphlet free V3CADT STREKT DAForline One Mr Spires of Louisville was ia S W Laadram a merchaat of Lost CINCINNATI 0 Bethel Jo Circuit court coaveaed at West Iiber- UlcwA Card of Thanks 1 LOUISVILLE 3TT A CT J G Carter Jr -- TirJ rt Anr mOn- uui5 towa last week on bnsiaess Liberty is i J Z ot i a stock hf goods from J T i F Day Editor of The Hazel Green Hebjllb Bev W B Bagaa of West CO MAEKS j taia couata aa immense concourse the you Snu lawedyLV Mapel s httle daughter 2 aimie ia towa atteadiag the Suaday school columns Willvour allow me through my citizens werereseatto law aad be paper to express of e daageroasly ill with paeumoaia convention bear the aewl aad exchange gossip to the good people of Ha-Wray Beattie of Washington D C sincere thaaks first visit to Morean and were or several aaya but at last aoconnts was Wholesale and Betail me oetter aad hopes are eateruuaed was in town a few days ago looking into Such pleased trita her citens aad their also to the phvsiciaas ia attendance for j recovery the peasioa busiaess caaitat atuated oa the banks of the for her good attention snown to I The f ollowiag members of- Ezel Lodge Thos M Caaoy of this place made a their kiao and Xickiac r - I tr rf mv deceased husband during his illness I J 0 OOv- - awcnueu inc uuxrixi ol AH ivimr tna to ilt Sterhnsr lastr week AiO Combs a promiaeat merchaat f ash last Thursday J M Pieratt - W We dti nnt know but have an idea what With my heart felt thaaks aad askiag A A Gods blessiag upoa thea all oi j iost ureec Breathitt couaty was ia tt XirtelL TL M Jtriaratt Obadiah cexf hU hr npvi w I am respectfully C nean E A c -u rrynr aa addiuoa AT DSALZS IS Sri F Day He ton VT- tZ L u io ock of goods trom J y r - TnTo vs store iuvfxi aad renainnsr om Mav 4th 1885 Ka Ksxe M Kash e ii i VII i 3 f ivrr HKU was return Liquor f I er lieon usbeen to iromhis timbar wai- - bytery -- directed to Trnrfrn J11C- rLne which will make it afirst class busi- were spend at which sell t had UCSS BOUSe 3 Bev B D Blaakeaship fillcid Bev W LEXINGTONICX uo W cor PEARL AND VINE STREETS he had takea411 wb Ioa the xceiii tide ku weeks aunag tae coauag summer Ma- - L Stampers appoiatraeat at the M E Died lafaat child of Isaac aad vs TTi on th iSth of inreachiair outside their regular fields K - w v v jTCssh paid for contry proSueetjSl a 1 ww f w- - far- smo nf u hPp nI runt Frcnfabartr ila- - liada iiose oa tae zta uit rm iataer church at this place last Saturday aight rt WmUX rvu rf Jae r ii i iW -- w 123 6wx xv V V kinds game butter eggs ckickehaJifCi CINCINNATIOrw w f rha on and bnadav j zei trreen joeta oaieia aau jsusjsuu iiii liiuwiact iiac uoauii f 1 Mn irouadiar couatrvasd fiams dLssn Cora is worth 70 csais par basheL I thers xras aothii to hist the pleasure of r r iC 3f0 A IctTe BadE21 ai 55 p 234 amres i tas pimD use ot His jascraiwc ws Spriag has aad the nsh begia to j apIeassHt visit Th pep5e ara geser- i V5ajSjri5iSlTx SesoJwfi That br tlse Qta ot oir bitel j ally Terr hospitaole coaneons a5omo- ffi- Kfe kc seesssMx Sueriiae Trfck ILIS a 55 ioa ooe o on 4 wli mtz T 23 xa4 L5T aad Tso5ed br tse fra Te perofe hare bssas to piast cora j - Sad aIPlisi P saeaite snwvAi xuuu iTijixiausSec-- p ftrv3r irf temsr a t daw ike t t3 o S esaxj2s sff 3t-- eH5ar with ii Twa t - built to tbeir Terr doors J GacmTnn drl LiwwTfc Bash Bice took oat 15 rafts oa l 25 I TirA yS- - i - v crmTurllT-Sff Oatft JVa a5 i1 iiiIs - iroaB xae a xxxbz ess t Pr Tiw ftt- tvsr-- MMunr nuiutCiU V2- jtiosiixsj m fewv -- r vr fdJ3 a1t- astf receat tide otaer towa ia tae raouataias a sart weeo Tdth tsoas srao isreep BMeaimerrco2arrrtesvEei2i aad Bam To the vrife of Jamss Ira Crow shaHag up for supremacy Iiideed the oik esck tfeat Gd ssiards the Todow sad a the 2isv liTts Bsth BTiS 22- ih Srd iLt iaeraas prospects for Osstatoa are ouita iisrtj- ts n girL a - amnsgat awath at Ji tsIL His care sit will 3 aad we should aot be surprised The sroods have 03 areasd caused JJrTtTTr iesxes MX Ztterhx a a tv - U days ih I the peopJe a great befia of trouble besides lagher leadias as the coaaercial aad sto j J see deal J- C 5 sscaTudee of acmraiac thirty aad -- cial ceater ot Eastera Keatuckv whea a b delir-- Goir BaocacaHiase ercd a tike xidow f tihe decassed by thaJjae KeatScky TJaion Baliroad Co say the railroad raas to that place v xul cave tae roaa maaim to mar ri fAcrr Mrs Marv A wire of Judsre Levi WMcli BesoSved Tfest Iho thasfe of this lodge tr bv the 4th of Julv HAZEL GREEN KY J esvJ- tTkTa sr A - TT Vi v jkj n iJ i i Thos Clay of Paris Tras ap last vreel who has bea a iavalid for vears is 6 ISS5 be tesderai to the viatmc bretaraa or TTETXSESDAY 3AY oreseace aad asastaaeB oa a Bshiag excarsioa omi had bed lack speadiag a time ia oar towa araoag her I Eesolved That Tss rTA7m Ghzex a accoaat of high water aiaay meads who are attemptias to G TTrATT be reasested to publish these W Harrah aad Capt Bnmer are cheer her ia her gloom sad hope that the J LOCAL SEWS preceedSags aad resatairieas ho oa a ashia swee sad hare hs pret- - chaage rasy direct her miad from the sa do u HHyioy tv irood lack Thev cacsht several bass J sad surrouadiags at hosje vve feel that PSeratt of the Cristiaa BctXT Committee F 2s Day aad oae good pike the ladies of our towa who are prover Â¬ tiairdi preached at Otatrptoa last Son W O Mizs bial for their chaistiaa emrts ia siaiilar ras dar JIba treorse Derricksoa sisaoasesecondburaea circuaistaaces will do all ia their power Oar Stoct Sales house the 24th al This the A letter xrota Cedar BhTa aed one Ptohi TwnfiTMHinfln5- it cpipmis tliRtf ae has lost bv are this wiater It is to cheer coaifort and streasthea their X H iir WWfrosaBotbTreSrXj arriTed too late for sales sill be lanrel v reareseated thoaght to be the work of an iaceadiary aed sister ia this her darkest hour of oar stoc srloom publicadoa this ns eek Dudley frai all sectioas Maay persoas have they vriil Forminsr one of the banks of Swifts Mrs VTm Toiiver aa esdaiaMe lady aotiaed us Wednesdayhave stock here Breathitt Coaaty 2iay ISth to oa that day Camp creek ia the towa of Camptoa is j died on Saturday of pneumonia oa JACKSON sell aad a exeat asaay buyers will be a eoie 01 rocs scout iuu teet loag ana Graaser crel ia Morraa coaaty also tVe can only say ia this coa hre The Jacksoa hisa school will close its coastitutiag threi1 or four layers which elected acdoa hat ire have said ia forsser is- preseat term May 25th is apparaatly beat It sways dowa ia Ber Eogeae P 3fickei ras sues that it Trill be to the interest of 01 tae esi xiiugioa raooersior The aiasoas are layiag the fouadatkm the ceater very preceptiblviadeedaad if the theory that rock will aot bead be PresbytEry which met ia Gsrg conary hosh seikr aad buyer aad Tre do hope tog the aew Presoyienaa churca see a larre atteadaaoeof both oa thatpr a true one we should like for some of ifeec lst The school teachers of Breathitt have our sdeattac scribes to inform us what day BOsr we pve the aaaaes of sever Â¬ received ihix oae huadred per cent caused the phenomena Was it caused DTid TtTorseweat ashia last reek al who will be here with stock J Proikt Twelve head of mule aad Bev W B Ooper is abseat oa a visit by a volcamc eruption while the rock j aa2caaghtansh n eighiag taree ooaads cattle oae to his lamilv Bear lexiastoa aad at was at a red heat or was it thus formed Isad aieasaria froai the aose to the g3is oae horse teadiag Presbytery laches- loar ia the creation of the creat uaiverse Joha Caraabell Sevea head of two 1 3lrs Armiaa LTawtora Gaushter ot fvjasoa Little of Cane creek died at her Dr B B Gardaer of our towa and Dr J 3L Sash was called to Csaiptoa ver od catae Wjzl McNab Sevea head of two year see Bobert Cummins boot and shoe manu- Â¬ Z rataers resjoeace JLuesaay jLpru zzin lat Suaday to 18 His at T Harst rh OKI ctcae last accooats bat ss sexieasly The merchants say that some of the riv-Â¬ facturer of West liberty have had quite David vVilsoa One veke of some she was soase better er saen are very reiuctaat to oars with a law suit peadia forto aa years ia our loldsteess circuit court relative exchange in their aaoney especially to pay old scores B C Qeaeoas Lot of stock Lacy iiviag oa Lacy real estate laeated ia their respective The safe of A H Messrs E B Cardwell D B Bedwiae towas which was decided A N Vhitaker Lot ofssock this term of creek near here has beea quite sick aad aad B A Hurst attaaded the Caraptoa tae court adversely to our at A A Gosbe Lot of Swck her tzstr Mis Payette Scholl tvss called sreaial young court Mr Cardwell acted as assistaati friend the doctor who liad declined to her bedside last Saadav 1 HTr 1 Tcrv cuietlv Although tha to sra ras ild Tnth tyeoe froTr rk ctt teiis or o comffiotKms and eTervtsmr foriar uw -- m fL rkr -- ce lod Hf J ADA M BAUM ill f I 1 -- W 1 - - - iody iiia ric ra- -- -- Z S Keeps Constantly on Tiand a Large and well se lected Stock of - 2ifLi f - j 1 1 j feis -- -- iiv-J- i- jJ thr l 1 lie sells Wholesale and Betail as Chqap as tliey canjDe bought in the State ive hira a call and be convinced that yon can as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go BOBT - i -- m mm j- -- iL TR3 THIMBLE BROS aMD3 w Â¬ WHOLESALE GROCEBS three-year-o- M 1 three-year-o- ld 1 -- foar-vea- r- 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 TOW F ROGERS of Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky -- 0 J - Fine Boots Shoes and Slippers - n - -- 3 T X - yv wxv v - - - 0L0THIM5 Hats and Caps for Spring and Summer Trade An Inspection of the Same is Invited Tours truly TOM F ROGERS -- - ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXnrOTOK KY j 3pa j-- a o53 F BUSH SON Proprietors W 1 T T- -- 44-LV- J- -- if 1 - Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c -- -- T 1 M s I Poplar White and Yellow Pine Mooiini ine and Poplar Shingles Laths c J P E EOBEETS Louis Stix Co Carter Bros Co Goods and Coeds and Notions tn a 4 niuwnuuaj a LEON WeP 7 Clothin E YOTJNG a 3 - LT f T-- -- j rr raarx -- J iv jeuanoD - -- GROCER Wines and - TL to CLOTH HOUSE - rv -- r - -----7 rf w k f - r SSsi -- -- - r jVi HslgJ j r -- JT - j- - - yJJ jiftsr-HH--- - -- - ECKELBlffiG- CASTLE - woman a man might willingly die for 1 a f He turned his face out toward the The moonlight fell all Hie castle of tlie Eckelburgs raa about him He groaned once and I doubtless grand place 200 years ago heard him mutter under his breath Ttstoad far up on steep crag overlook- - Hans Eckelburg Hans Eckelburg wild and rapid stream which Will not tears and time ever wash it dashed into the lordly Rhine not many outf miles below Hans Kekelburp who was I was a little dazed at his action per- Â¬ the ruler there then was a stern man haps ad half believed that he had not anunlovely man a dangerous man Be- - understood me Beantiful as a dream I said and i ense he hoarded up what men hadÂ¬ and written regarding the mys- a woman a man might die for thought terious in the world and out of it he Yea one did he said slowly Who is had a name which was not an enviable What what did you say one 3n his laboratory for he dabbled she I hurried across the chamber as I iirtbe black art he found out many spoke and laid my hand on my friends things which would have given him shoulder fame and fortune in these moefern times Bertha Eckelburg the woman for They brought only hatred and distrust whom so much blood was shed down here Bertha Eckelburg and all the fithen f Hanshad one kind and human side to daughters of the Eckelburgs since His Ms rugged soulTie loved his daughter last words were almost frenzied he turned his back to r Bertha with a fierce intensity which andthough the sight of the the window as dark stream boded ill to any one who should wake below had been too much for him the slumbering demon of temper in his We are true friends are we not he breast by wrong to her asked Well oneonan braved this wrath TVilhelm Artstein fell in love with the I eagerty answered in the affirmative unfortun- - He let the full fervor of his true nature beautiful Bertha and was so tc as to fail in his suit So he gath- Â¬ shine out in his next aot niost men ered a band of friends and hirelings would have clasped my hnd he bent and tried to pull down the castle about forward and kissed me A light breeze the ears of stern Hans to the end that sighed across the room tosed the worn and faded curtains shook the armor on he might steal his daughter failed AVilcelm Arstcin the wall and died away and was no The forces of the Eckelburgs won the more My riend left me without a ibattle and old Hans Eckelburg made word more left me to study the picture F his followers bind his conquered foe or to sleep as I found it to my mind which he threw him over the preci Â¬ left me to ponder upon his words after pice into the dark stream below Bertha Eckelburg and all the daugh- Â¬ of battle the glory ters of the Eckelburgs since And all the frenzy of victory the despair of defeat the I dropped to sleep in my chair in the knotted muscles the throbbing brain dawn the candle burnt itself out at my the passion swept hearts death ended side and the soulful eyes of the woman all things earthly for them far down who turned Wilhelm Artstein from her to his death looked down upon me and the distant past JFor all this was 200 years ago stirred in my dreams It was nearly noon when I left my Eckelburg Castle May 27 1882 chamber to go to the rooms below My 1BiIyDAit Friend William If you friend was in the library so the servant visit Germany I shall insist on your who waited on me at breakfast told me being with me for a month and had asked that I should come to The fact that our respective families had him when I found it convenient Of a murderous encounter in the misty course I went at once My friend sat at a long table which past or m the equally misty legends will I know make no difference in our was covered with books and papers relations to each other Common sense Most of the books were very old some and hard work have crushed about all of them being in manuscript and my the foolishness out of this century old chum seemed to have gone back to Come and see us You know the wel- Â¬ his student days again to judge by the come I will give you Be sure the good way he was at work I stood in the wife will be equally glad with me And doorway and watched him for a little our baby the latest Daughter of the as he turned nervously from one book Eckelburgs will smile the welcome she to another while he smoked furiously all the time Soon I went over to him tisntold enough to speak yet Come and laid my hand upon his shoulder Ybnr old friend and chum i w He closed the books before him with a John Eckelburg weary movement laid aside his pipe The last rays of the setting sua lingered on the towers of Eckelburg as pushed his chair back from the table the carriage in which I had ridden all and said Do you remember what I daylong climbed the last steep ascent said last night Am I ever likely to forget it I and turned into the level drive that led questioned him in return and added to the castle I am sorely puzzled what does it all 3Iy Id time college friend stood in great stone doorway There were mean the I cannot guess all that it means he dark stains on threshold and wall which said as he rose and closed the shutters were not due to the silent hands of time sjandtheelcments indeed they were still more securely against the rain which xhere in spite of time and change was beginning to fall but I will tell and were the deathless witnesses you all I know or can believe Ths had picture you saw up stairs last night was battle fierce a of how castle the portrait of the woman for whom around the thundered and of the Wilhelm Artstein lost his life She mar- Â¬ in days of yore ried her cousin There has been just f warm red blood which had been shed where we now stood Down below us one daughter in the family of in the black rapids was the spot where the Eckelburgs in each generaThe history of the Wilhelm Artstein had met the fate which tion since was the only due of the vanquished in family records the fact that each one those old days Beyond the rapid stream has looked in almost every respect in was the spot where tradition said the form and feature in expression in man from whom my own life had come every way one can mention like the up stairs Some have said through the long generations of two ave said well I might as well own it centuries had stood and cursed the jinurderer of his brother and invoked some have said that trie soul of the dead he vengeance of heaven on the Eckel woman could not rest and that she lives burgs forever Before mo stood the again with each generation Can you man in whose veins the blood of Be ha guess my dear old friend how I lore the tender little child asleep up stairs Eckelburg ran Our hands met oar eyes beamed our Can you even faintly imagine how I lips smiled An Artstein stepped over prayed that my child might be a the threshold of the Eckelburgs at last son instead of a daugher Can you think andrwar and hate and vengeance were how I feel when I look into her eyes and buried under the mists of years by the see the far away look there and wonder Mhands of friendship to rise again no whether the weakness of mind which we look for in infant life is not in her case more while time shall last can hardly tell the story of merely the weakness of the physical sido I 1 the long weeks of my vacation of her nature the weakness of body and time at Eckelburg It was not so brain and half doubt whether the light very long ago as time runs for a year behind her dainty eyelids has not had is not long but it seems sometimes as the might of life for two centuries though it were aU a part of the war Every one of the daughters of our long troubled and ghost haunted past I can line has married in the family every not recall it all calmly now and I pre one has loved some other man over the Eume I never shall iTor can I recall all lips of pain have fallen these words l can not clearly But some of the events of that generation after generation marry outside the family of the Eckel- Â¬ tvWondtrful year 1 shall tell to you ly first evening at Eckelburg castle burgs for my husband might have tho was quiet and uneventful My friend taint of the Artstein blood He stopped and his head fell forward andhis noble wife were genuinely glad on his breast I look at him in silent to have me with them and the baby girl What could I say to lift the load did indeed smile the welcome she could pity not speak looking at me with her grave of sorrow from his heart There is After a little he continued and serious blue eyes for long periods of an old prophecy of disaster to the family time as I spoke with her father or mother and letting a smile wander if they ever allow an Artstein to pass through them when I gave my attention their doors Indeed old Hans Eckelburg prayed that those who took one of the to her hated race into their home might lose My host showed me to my sleeping room at a late hour Midnight had their home and be the last of their line - comemnd gone long before we thought I saw the shadow of the coming disaster of rest The room was large and high in your eyes last night old friend did It looked toward the west Under the younoteelit Not I I have only sorrow with window flowed the stream which have your sorrow and hope to stimulate your already mentioned its hurry and dash softened into music by its distance for own hope He half rose to his feet as though to it was not less than 200 feet below us Thefurniture was old fashioned The say something more but evidently caudle failed to show much more than changed his mind and sat down again that But one thing it did show fully without a word In all the long and very pleasant and clearly That was alarge picture of lall things considered a most beautiful woman It hung upon visit we never referred to the subject the wall directly opposite the table upon again iwhichmy friend has placed the light We spent our days as we pleased There was a wondrous wealth ef There were rides and drives and long golden hair a strangely familiar pair of excursions on foot sometimes we wrote blue eyes half laughifig half serious or read sometimes we lay for hour3 to- Â¬ There was a high white forehead gether on the grass beneath the cheeks with the beauty of perfect old treeSj and smoked in silence health Hps which gave a glimpse of or talked of the days of young manhood lake teeth behind Their own perfection when we first knew each other in Her face held my attention fixed The our college life Our evenings were artist had painted more than the mor-Â¬ usually enlivened by the presence of tal the soul of the woman stood out in the numerons friends of the Eckelburgs every lino and shade My breath came And at night I used to divide my time quick and hard I glanced with a half between the picture in my room and suspicion toward the open window that the night ana mystery outside One was letting in the glory of the moonlit day it rained as though the very heavens T night My stood friend there had burst with a burden of waters The looking at me and there was that in his wind moaned like a legion of lost spirits face that I could not understand My The river below the castle raged and heart was beating more rapidly thanit thundered in its bed Night came down hadjever done before and I felt a hot suddenly and without twilight fiush stealing up into my cheeks We sat my friend his wife and myself SWell he laid quietly in the great library and listened to the storm for a time but we parted early JelL I answered with an effort niji uo you luiuk ui Aiexi lie iUKeu that night and went to our own rooms TSatshe is perfection thatsKels a stood at my open window and Oarewe X Boulelleki Tke Current I said night again -- -- The rain came from the other direction so that I was sheltered from it and the lightning was almost incessant so that I could see the land Â¬ FOE scape and the swollen stream below All at once there was a sound in the court yard below a sound that might have been anything else that was loud and crashing but which seemed to my ears like a blow upon the great door of the castle My mind went back in spite of myself to the days when old Wilhelm had knocked at the door Of his hearts idol with battering ram and axes I half felt as though the yard were full of the shadowy forms of those who died in that savage fight 71 n i listened again UUUI fVllC MTm m tnere was no mistake a mass ot earth and trees and bowlders went crashing from the castle yard into the torrent below It was death which was knocking at the door of the Eckel- Â¬ burgs Disaster at last in substance rather than in shadow and with the substance before me I saw at last the A Year Always in Advance shadow which I felt at once was what my friend had meant the picture AN I thought of nothing else I must W save the picture and as I thought that the crash of another landslide came to my ears Heaven help me this INDEPENDENT was the shadow that I loved this woman who had been dust for almosk 200 years Loved her or her picture o Around from behind the picture came the tiny baby form of one too young to NEWSPAPER walk or talk if she were merely baby tlesh and blood Save me Artstein fu she said DEVOTED TO CI looked out SUBSCRIBE J T -- DEALERS 9HE aHB F DAY f ET-Mt K B HAZEL GREEN KY 00 Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSOBT3CENT OF Hiving fh azige GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY rience of many years in our line of business we feel justified in awertingf to li trade both Wholesale and Retail that we DO CAX anci will meet the wants of our patrons and mate it to your interest to patronize us Brticks an ismmm stock of FAMILY Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes dotting Hats Caps Drugs Que ens ware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery cfull c for we have now on hand the spring trade a line of PLOWS and- GRASS - SEEDS will tell you in confidence what I have never told John Eckelburg or his wife they would doubt it I sometimes half doubt it myself I caught the child in my arms dashed the now worthless picture down to ruin as I rushed from the room with her leaving the walla cracking aad the floor yawning behind me Down down we went with the next mass of earth which the greedy river took and there was a desperate struggle 1 that awful night and My head troubles me sometimes since Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Excliange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Ac counts Your trade respectfully so- Â¬ J T F DAY EASTERN KENTUCKY March 4thlicited 1SS5 AND THE G B SWANGO W T SWANGO Development of Her Great Resources WANCO DEALEES BRO rx 9 -- in the inky waters I sometimes sit on the ruins of the castle and look sheer down into the HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY river where Wilhelm Artstein went 200 years ago and baby Bertha Eckelburg KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FTTUL ASSOKTEZXT OT only last year and I try to think calmly Is the cheapest newspaper ever published in Eastern Kentuckv onlv of the kiss which only womans life Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing learned passion could ever have given Kats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware and the whispered words I refused him 200 years ago but I love you I love Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ you spoken to me through baby lips ies Stoves and Farming Implements before the cruel waters tore the last daughter of the Eckelburgs away from In fact everything usually kept in a first class conntry store and atBOTTOK PRICES me forever Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due U3t all kinds toT THE HERALD One Dollar a Year GENERAL MERCHANDISE r The Joih Billings SchooL Independent THE HERALD Only a Dollar a Year Country Produce and Live Stock of every description -- Spelling reform as much as can be said for it does not advance with head- Â¬ Publishes the home news the state news long rapidity In a few periodicals we the general news and yet is find tho giv and iilosofy but at the present rate of advance it may bo feared that new anomalies will ariae faster than old ones are done away in other words that tho reforming schol- Â¬ THE MT STERLING Is now manufacturing Ten dinercnt styles of Plain and lancy Wrought Iron Pemcing and arc ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought style Iron Fence and that the best in the world can out no other We also makfr adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub Â¬ stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greaSr enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied vrith the most mod Â¬ ern machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honetper formlince of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and mat a specialy of Â¬ ars so far from reconstructing the orthography will hardly be able to keep And furthermore it is it in repair said that the reformers themselves do not use the new spelling Of course the writer of an article lor publication P would give the old orthography because of the hardness of heart of its read- Â¬ Is more deeply interested in thq Develop- Â¬ ment of Eastern Kentucky and pub-Â¬ ers and one might fear even in a pri- Â¬ lishes more matter relating to its vate letter to write the address of Miss resources than any paper in Soozan Joans But it is more than sus- Â¬ the state yet the price pected that even in his private note- Â¬ is very low only book which is to come only under his Â¬ own eye and which he can spell according to the dictates of his own conscience lhe average reformer uses the very or-1 A lography which in public he de THE HERALD Gumnvng and Hammering Saws 4 No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same S3Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for faforraation Catalogues furnished on application to ounces The present spelling is almost impreg nably intrenched in the fact that those who must make the suggested changes all know the old orthography and for a generation or two at least their chil- Â¬ dren will be obliged to master it and that thoroughly Kow when one has Numbers among its contributors many learned it why should he not use it If gentlemen yho are eminently quali- Â¬ one has become able to handle the spell- Â¬ fied to show the capitalists of the ing phthisic why not employ it especi- Â¬ country our great wealth ally when he is not certain whether the and induce immigration method would make it tizzic or tiziic It into our sectiou would for some reasons be better if among them nickel plated watches were carried in- Â¬ stead of gold time pieces but when a man has been obliged to purchase a gold watch he will incline to carry it especi- Â¬ ally if he is not the ownor of a nickel plate So as long as the children are under the necessity of learning the old orthography they will be inclined to continue its use i Year E T BEAN Supt t Mi Sterling Ey THE SPJJENDID SADDLE AND SfBABNESS STALLION 0 THE HERALD f mmy Eagle stables of the subscriber on Red River Six miles east of Haael Greenr at - Zasmre a 3Csre ia 2TeJ 34 temonev due when the mare prove to be in foal or is parted with and a lien will be retained on the colt 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