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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 0 rlY c 4 wt thE M1 J 12fl GREEN HEItLl Htlf81r i Established March4I83 Made Famous In tho Story of II Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell y 17eI I c 1OE1 f nDEnqf + WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings H C Lacy went to Hazel Green Sun day Prof J WTaulbec went to Campton Sunday Mrs Coon Alexander went to Hazel Qttta Thursday James Sebastian went to Hazel Green roe day last week Lee Fallen went to Hazel Green church Sunday Prof Drue Lacy has gone to stay with fcm H Wilson Dr J M Kash passed through Days toro Sunday morning Mrs James Bias was in this neighbor hood one day this week Will Henry Wilson went to Hazel Oretn one day this week Mrs J W Taulbee was visiting in flutl Green Thanksgiving Mri W C Coldiron and daughter Miss Carrie were visiting in this section Jut Sunday Logan Nickell and wife of Lacy IJcreek were visiting on this side of the ridge Sunday Willie Dawson and Dander Spencer- off Frencbburg ware in Daysboro Mou day on business Rev Sebron Nickell of Cuney passed through Daysboro one day last week on ids way to Hazel Green Thomas Gillnspio is very sickwith fever at the home of his brotherinlaw Herbert Nickell near this place Charles Swango J M Swnngo Frank Kuh Mat Nickell and John Brooks were bating birds around Daysboro one day Jut week JR Spencer who has been living on the farm of Harrison Wilson started today for Frrnchburg Menefee county at vMch place ho will make his futureI nine One day last week we visited the stand log rock between Gillmore and Lacy beautyNearbymany wild vurmints have spent the night My guide told me that at one time during the late war Frank Trimble A Porter Lacy and Billy Kash wero hid ing under that rock antI the place was BO tIIIall that all three could not get undor to they had to leave their feet on tho outride The drip from the rock fell on Mr pantsUncleup 4 woodstFlitQIIt When the other boys woke up silleves to1duela Erase than to freeze to death in a dnwildcats den KOT 30 CHAHME K I SayingsUnOiuv very sick this week 4b Lark Lowe and wife spent Sunday en key creek ItG Sample of Ezel gnye this com tt FridaylhJohn Greento titHed Mrs Margaret Onoy Sunday 1 S Samples and wife spent TlnmI- III CI- O with Harrison Swango and wiferrd 1co1Ies Nelson Nickell and Frank visited Thos mair Sunday A B friendsDaI tIIves on Grassy the latter part of Ftank is4bsrtweeekhi Ye othfi greataum dinnerfeny We creekon Thanksgiving day and to f mildlypressh manyeartrcltr 11 dJOns their unspeakable toll sal1ndmay they live long enough lehhofi enjoy Many more such days is tho Tor 30Uso r n LilacsElzaJatnescame Hazel Green SundayFrank Pres Wilson was in town this eveningWellington Hose has his dwelling near completion Robt Moore visited his parents near Ezel Sunday Two Mormon elders passed through this place Friday Miss Malynrv Smith is visiting at Jackson this week Miss Laura Stricklin paid Jackson a flying visit Friday returning Saturday J H Evans and wife of Hazel Green were guests of A M Nickell SundayTwo oculists from Cincinnati were in town Wednesday and took dinner with 01V Fallen IJud Patrick of whom we have made mention before as being sick is still in a critical condition The school at this place closes Friday with general satisfaction and good at tondance to the last Dr Carroll was called Friday to see Alfred Miller who is suffering with neuralgia of the heart William Clear and Charlie Patrick have taken a fJOO job of building a post and rail fence from Clay Hose Rev S II Taulbce has rented the Jack Wilson farm on Frozen and will move to it the first of January Capt Broas is around in the interest of his railroad and went from hero to the Caney coal fields in Morgan Her Hunter of Ezel has moved into town and has purchased a lot from D N Wells and will shortly erect a dwell ing on it Miss Pet Whitaker who is teaching on the Wheel Rim fork of Johnson was in town Monday evening Her school closes Friday 0 W Fallen has sold the Taulbee property to Dr Ben Nickell of Caney and the doctor will locate in Lee City by Christmas Judge Amos Davis rcercsenting the Betman Bloom Co clothing house of Cincinnati was interviewing our mer chants Friday and while hero was guest of his soninlaw S H Taulbee Riley Stacey and two Mr Henrys of Montgomery county passed through hero ono day last week on the hunt of a horse stolen by Sam Patrick sometime ago and we have since learned the horse was found on Licking J S Adams who is connected with the Hazel Green academy was in this vicinity Friday in the interest of the school and while here gave our school an interesting talk The young men of this vicinity should avail themselves of the opportunities aflvrdcd them at tho Hazel Green academy Nov 28 TUTKIX Toliver Topics Wm Asbury of Campton was in Toliver Sunday Aaron Mannin of Omer was visiting in Toliver Monday Millard Brewer and wife and little son Carl are visiting in Toliver this weekJesse Oldfield of Ticktown is visiting friends and relatives in Wolfe and Mor gan counties Frank Mannin who has been making his home in Illinois for awhile is again in Kentucky Jimmie Hanks of Campton passed through here enrouto home from a short stay in Menifee county W C Catron and wife of Pomcroy ton were visiting in Toliver Sunday the guests of J J Catron and wife Misses Gallic and Frona NefT of May town were the guests of Miss Lizzie Pieratt of Greasy creek Saturday Miss Addle Wills of Hazel Green was visiting us at Sandfield and taking in the sights at Toliver and WM the guest of Miss Lou Catron B F Doling and wife of Buck creek and Uncle Pill MeNabbof Hazel Green were the guests of J B McNabb Sunday Win Clark and Son of Tollver who had their store burned last winter are again building on the same ground but changing tho site of the building a little W A Oldfield and H A Mannin the famous coal miners are flooding the markets with some very fine coal They are both free silyer Democrats for a tariff for revenue only That is all they charge for coal They think tho way Shackelford got there it will bo no trouble for a Democratic governor to do the same Nov 30 Siuxnn MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Dr Andy Nickell passed through here Tuesday Dr Curtis Govedon passed through hero Tuesday Thomas Walters has becn hauling wood this week There was preaching al the school house last Sunday Nannie Cecil spent thanksgiving with her grandfather Uncle Sam Cecil John and Bonnie Cecil attended tho thanksgiving dinner at Joe Roses Miss Ada Cecil spent from Thursday till Sunday visiting on Lacy creek Ellen Cecil and Minnie Motley were visiting on the Murphy fork lust week Little Minnie antI Blanche Adams have been quite sick but are now some betterMrs Andy Blankenship lass been con fined to her bed withrheumatism but is some better this week Little Flavinif Cecil has been unablo to walk much for several days on account ef something like rheumatism Little Breck and Elmer Wallace have been suffering a great deal for the past week with something like rheumatism Dec 30 NYM MAGOFFIN COUNTY Cyrus Chips Peace and plenty reign at Cyrus but news is scarce Health is good and corn gathering is on hand Corn is better than expected Our school house at Salycrsvillo is near completion and is a beauty We hope that it will be a first class high schoolYour scribe had the pleasure of visit ing Judge A P Cooper this morning and found him alone at his old mansion homo enjoying himself well We can say that the judge has the sweetest little girlwe over saw and as peart as a cricket He is a first class lawyer and n good neigh bor though we believe he is taking the matrimonial fever Ho is a widower and needs some good womans attention as ho has a good homo and plenty of everything to make a home pleasant and happyNoy 20 OLD TIMES Bis Eaten Broad Not Forgotten Thanks We desire to extend our sincerest thanks to the church and all friends who so kindly remembered us on Thanksgiving and we pray that the good Lord may as abundantly bless you all with spiritual things and make your hearts as glad and happy in their recep than aa you did in your temporal things JAMES R Wonn Lung soreness is a forerunner of serioas trouble If yeu feel the slightest indi cation Dr Bells Pino Tar will allay the inflammation and prevent further prog ress of the disease It is the most efficient means of curing coughs colds and bronchial affections found in tho annals of medicine Deputy Postmasters in Luck More money for the mountains The following five deputy postmasters all of whom live in this section are to receive an increase in salary as follows At Beattyville 50 Salyersville 140 Jack ean 9100 Inez Ino Hindrhan10l and Flat Gap V0- r tlrl Joe Embry Killed Joe Embry a prominent farmer living near Mt Sterling was shot and almost instantly killed Friday near his own place by L K Stull tho toll gate keeper on tho Owingnvillo and Mt Sterling turnpike Stull had rented from Embry and cultivated tobacco for him on shares Stullnecdettmoney and sold his sharoof tho crop which Embry disapproved Friday it is said Stull met Embry in ai barn near the lattera place Witnesses state that Embry drew his pistol and fired twice the first time while Stulls back was turned Stull who was en a horse then fired five times one bullet piercing Euilbry body front which ho died in a few minutes Stull was unin jured Ho was arrested and lodged in time county jail Ho claims selfdefense Both men have families How to Prevent Pneumonia At this tiuioof tho yearn cold is very easily contracted and if let to run its course without tho aid of sonic reliable cough medicine is lia1 le to result in that dread disease pneumonia We know of no better remedy to cure a cough or cold than Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used it quito extensively and It has always given entire satisfaction Oola gah Ind Tcr Chief This is time only remedy that iill known to be a certain preventive of pneumonia Among tho many thousands who have used it for colds and la grippe we have never yet learned of a single case having resulted in pneumonia Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear tin attack of pneumonia should keep the remedy nt hand The 25 and CO cent sizes for sale by J T Day A Thanksgiving roast Joe Rose of Lacy creek treated his friends to au elegant Thanksgiving din ner last Thursday Thirty invited guests sat down to the feast among whom were Misses Virgio James Minnie Day Ava Swango Nettle Wheeler and Messrs Curtis Quicksall Elza James Will Pier att Jimmie James Mort Swango and Charley and Curtis Rose of town Ar berry Swangos family was represented by three of his children Misses Etta and Carrie and Curtis and Harmon Swangos two children Rush and Miss Mollie John Cecil and his sister Miss Bonnie represented Ed Cecils family and Miss Ada represented the family of her father Oscar Cecil Others of Gillmoro and lacy creek sat at tho festal board but wo failed to get their names Sullivan Lost Chord The first correct copy of Sir Arthur Sullivans great song liTho Lost Chord ever printed in America direct from tho composer own hand will appear in tho Ladies Homo Journal Over his signature Sir Arthur Sullivan states that of tho millions of copies oCliThe Lost Chord sold in America all aro incor rect and that this is the first accurate copy of the song over prepared by him or for which ho over received a penny of payment The complete music and words of Sir Arthurs copy of the song expressly prepared for The Ladies Homo Journal will bo given in the Chrislrnas Number Capt Broil Pays Uo a Visit Capt It M Brass representing the American coal company of Now York and erstwhile railroad magnate In this section was a guest of tho Day House Saturday night TUB HEKAM asked him if ho could say anything encour aging with regard to the proposed con struction of the railroad from Elkatawa to the Caney coal fields and ho said ho could not But added that whenever ho had any news ho would inform us and that when he did BO it would be authentic And Sold to Dr Daly at 1600 Auctioneer John H Pieratt reports that be sold the Riverside Hotel at Jack son to Dr Daly of that place for 1600 The furniture WAS not cried ofl but it is understood that Dr Daly itt to take it at an agreed price between ho and James Patrick the late owner The purchaser bought the property simply ns an investment and has no idea of becoming a boniface Capt Gaines late of El Park Hotel at Torrent will probably lease the property and open up a first claas hotel Now it the time to subscribe A A Caney Genius John Henry Ferguson who Is located on Grassy creek in Morgan county 2 miles below the chapel is certainly la genuis Never serving a day at any trado he is able to master the most intricate machinery and work Ho has an engine and boiler In his shop with which be runs hii machinery and for which be made all the pulleys and shafting of wood turning them on his wood lathe Ho has a mortising machine a tcnctlng machine band SAW cutoff saw boring machine jig saw etc Ho made tho wood work for all of thorn Tho mortis ing machine is a piece of hia own handiwork every particle of which ho constructed but the drive wheel which was an old mowing machine wheel converted to that purpose The bits to this ma chino are nil steel mado and tempered by him and the machine is worked on tho bicycle principle Parties who havo visited his shop Bay that he manufac j turns as fine furniture an can ho seen in any furnituro store turns out molding of any and ovary pattern and builds veran das and stairways for houses Last summer he had the contract to build a two story frame house nf 8 rooms hall stairway etc for Harris Howard of White Oak in Morgan county time lumber being furnished him in time rough He moved his planer to tho site dressed tho lumber and with three hands completed the house in exactly six weeks ceiling tho t entire house with pine which was var nished Yes he is a genius and no mis take and when one considers that ho never studied a lay under any master this record is remarkable An effort was recently made to got him to move to our town with his plant but ho de dined to do MO for the reason that ho wantt already established and doing well If ho would but advertise in Tin IIiuuuv now his fortune would bo assured and If ho is as wise in that respect as he iIn withregard to his work 1ho will hasten to do so and no longer lido his light under a bushel We doubt if ono in u hundred of the citizens of Morgan and Wolfe know that thcro IK a man among us who can work wonders in his way and ho owes it to himself and to thc o lo enlighten thoU that they may bo able to economize A Beautiful Llttlo Boquet Our better i considers the perfumery of the following HO sweet that she insists upon Its reproduction In Tau HKUAID and as its our province to please her wo take plcAstirn in complying The writer was raised and educated at tho Maionin Homo at Louisville and our Masonic brethren will bo glad to learn that he is t doing well as a printer In the city from which ho writes CINCINNATI 0 Nov 111897tMil SiKNGKU CoolKit hazel Green Ky t Dear Friend 0Wo wore married six weeks ago yesterday and u Aw nights slgca my little roll and f were rending wisest she told me to listen while she read of a man who appreciated Ills wife She wan reading Tho Ladles Homo Mealalld E thought the article would not interest inn very much but gave her my attention She rend the heading nail when I heard Bet tcr 3 Interrupted her with Spencer Cooper hazel Green Herald and WM not mistaken We both think the article Iis grand Hn has the best paper published In Eastern KentuckyOur best wishes to Mr Cooper and yourself Your Mend llOIIUUT M DJUICKSON Flat 10 Laurel Building 4 The Cincinnati Live Stock Record The stock men of this section should r subscribe for tho Cincinnati Live Stock Record if they wish to keep abreast of the times There is no other paper pub lished which gives the actual sales and prices as does The Record and when you see a sale quoted in that paper you cam 1 bo assured it is correct Time subscrip tion rates arc R Mondays issue per ear100 Monday and Thursday Iuucpcr Year 1 CD JorldayrllUC 2 00 Monday Wednesday Thursday and 60Monday r Friday six Month 1 co Subscriptions loft at this office willtbe promptly forwarded and we will pay allspostage Or we will make a liberal clubd r bing rate for THE HERALD and The Record Call and see about it if you v are interested in stock sales l- r t- y j J- 1rr l f Iu 1 THE HERALD I nion ofmi MHW I HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY Dec 2 1897 F INCIDENTALLY we hear that TudgeI i John E Cooper will be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor- at tho next election and the papers an t nounce that Judge Tames Hnzclripg ofI tho appellate court will also go before I t tho Democratic convention and aak theI nomination Judge Cooper has just beenI reelected na circuit judge in his district on which he has a cinch and t000 per I year salary for six years to come while Judge Hazel rigg gets 16000 a year and Ih will be chief justice within a year They are both therefore well fixed in finance and full of honors and should remember that n bird in the hand is worth forty thousandmillion on a tree They might chase the gaudy winged governorship and never cage the prize On the other hand there is lion James D Black of Uarbourville who in not in office and who has frequently been faverably men tinned nP the most eligible candidate in Eastern Kentucky for executive Ills eminent fitness his eloquent appcuU in behalf of Democracy at all times and in nil places and his sterling worth withal certainly entitle him to a high place of honor in the hearts of tho people T tender him the gubernatorial nomination by acclamation would bo small tribute but to some extent emphasize the esteem in which he is held and we hope our two Montgomery friends will forego their desire for fame they already hold the fortunes in his favor In event how over that one or the other of tho two makes the race Tin HERALD will support him and prefaraVlyI II Cousin John of course That both cant secure the nom ination is self evident and both being of the same town county and district they should not both grab for it ConI sidering that they are both well fixed equity and justice suggests that theyII might withdraw in favor of Jim mnckI and thus insure harmony and a howling success ter the Democratic party in thejj next gubanatorial race But after allII their prospective candidacy may be on1yI a running rumor and upon this hypoth esis Tug HEIULD is loyal in allegiance to Hon James D Black until authen tically informed as to the facts WHILE the woods hereabout are full of friends to Ian James D Black all of whom would support him for the nomination for governor all things bein equal wo occasionally hear n man say II But ho belongs to a county and district both of which are llargely Republican Quito true but so much the better If he should be tho nominee of tho Democratic party he would curry Knox with a whoop and his proverbial popularity in the district would increase the Demo cratic vote in tho Eleventh at least fifty per cent Votes are what count in disc lions and the man who through personal and political popularity can poll the largest plurality is tho one who should he selected to knock the persimmons In our humble opinion non James D Black iis that than and there arc others I Tile McKinley administration is not recognizing bolters from the Democratic ranks Senator Lindsay has been told that he may name the postmaster at Frankfort but he must name a Republi can and we are glad to note that our unto bellum friend Judge Billy Sneed t is likely to be the lucky man Postmas- terI Holmes lInn 11aCrftt hoped through I tho influence of Senator Lindsay and his brother in law ex Mayor Todd ofr Louisville to hold on but tho adminis tratlon wont have it V TUG SpoKtspring Times that sprightly little local paper of Estill county has U been leased to Claude P McIntosh who j standardrof rif excellence it attained and maintained under its founder J R Burgher jr who 4 retires to devote his time to other bnsi 4aewinterest New Y I ALL doubt about the condition of the gold mines In the Klondyke will probably be removed by the publications in the daily press which we tee from day to day It must be evident that there ia no gold in the Klondyke region because there are 10 many men returning with immense fortunes that they have gathered in that country in the lost year or two or else the supply must be inexhaustible People who read these sto ries should bear in mind the Tact that perhaps two lhlyds of them are inventions of enterprising newspaper men who In dull times must get newt Iif they have to make it in order to make their matter readable and profitable and the further fact that the opportunities in the Klondyke region have been magnified by those who Week to make the Impression upon the public mind that tho worlds supply of gold is practically inexhaustible and illimitable It is all a part of the scheme to convince the public that the supply of gold III the world is ample to furnish a safe basis for the worlds currency and that silver is no longer necessary to a sound system of finance Louisville Dis patchThe above is in line with the view we have all along maintained with regard to the reputed riches of the Klondyke gold region and we reproduce it that our renders may read aid reflect upon the rottenness of the Republicans and rene gate Democrats who resort to ways that are dark and tricks that are vain when over necessary to make a political point The great majority of the people are undoubtedly in favor of the coinage of silver as money along with goldfur himctalism us against monometalism and to put silver in disfavor Is the desire of the denizens of Wall street and the metropolitan dailies a large majority of whichare owned and controlled by the Republicans and their allies the gold standard Democrats That there is gold in the Klondyke region we do not for a moment doubt but that one can shovel it up with a scoop UP these gold standard papers would have us believe sounds too much like the story of Alludin Lamp for a sane man to swallow Theres more glamour than gold and as the Dispatch says it is a scheme to leave sil ver out in tho cold Till Mountain Voice a Republican paper started just before the campaign closed with H T Hentty as editor is now issued from the office of tho Bcatty villo Enterprise which suspended publi cation at the close of the campaign the material being sold for taxes and bought by Judge G W Gourlcy The Voice is a wideawake sheet full of local news and politically rather conservative in tone As no Democratic paper has ever been n success at Beattyvillc the course of The Voice will command more or less curiosity in country newspaper circles and barring its politics we wish it the SUCCCPS it shouldmerit Great Music Offer Stind us the names and addresses of pianogor organ together ten cents ver or postage and we will mail you ten pieces full sheet music consisting of popular songs waltzes marches etc nr ranged for the piano and organ Address Popular Music Pub Co In dianapolis I- DdDBELLS piHorny will stop yourcougjh and cure the causeSold bj alt droetftti or sent upon nctlpt of prtcate We awl t1 per home by TUX KTTBUUUIB MKRICIXK wrA OOt lET His Health U IFrevifl Writing from the Palmyra House at Hot Springs Ark under datef Nov 21 Dr John A Taulbee yhDear CooperHaw ire you Aunt Sally and Warren 7 I am better than I have been ID a year Why dont you send me THE HERALD I hope to Ice you all soon Dr Taulbee reached homo last night just twentyfour hours after his letter came to hand He could have economized and saved the 2cent stamp by bringing it himself Wandering Minstrels The best music heard in this town for many a day was that made on a fiddle and banjo on our streets yesterday J W Day n blind man played the fiddle and Henry Griffith picked the banjo Day U from Morgan and Griffith from Greenup The listeners were quite lib oral in contributing nickels so that the musicians did not go away empty handed Would Be At a Loss Without It PAULINA OREGOX Noy 8 1897 MR SPEXCER COOPER Dear Sir Will you please change my address from Post Crook county Oregon to Paulina Oregon as I would be at a great loss without the HAZEL GREEN HERALD as it ia a letter fromhomeTruly yours- J N COXGLETOX Dont Bo Ashamed of Your Friends If you have a social a tea party or a dinner to which your friends are invited or partake report their names to this office and help ua make THK HBRALII better than ever People always like to 8CJ their names in the paper if you dont say anything bad about em and we want every scrap of society news to be had Filling for the Thank Tank Mrs Ellen Pieratt wife of Elder Jim Tom will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better J for a basket of the finest Yam sweet potatoes we ever law in this section Oh that some ose equally kind would donate a possum to keep era company Wouldnt wo feast 11 Well Pd tell a man Meeting at Elkins Chapel Rev J K Word will begin a meeting at Kl kins Chapel on Saturday night before the second Sunday in the month to continue over the fourth Sunday He is expecting Bro Henry Grigsby ef Tolehoro Lewis county Ky and other help from home ministers The public is cordially inyited Acquitted on Trial From the SentinelDemocrat of Fri day we learn that Charles and Roger Persona charged with shooting Green Butler formerly of this place with in tent to kill were acquitted in the circuit court Tuesday of last week Hold Two Meetings Elder Jim Tom Pieratt got home Tues day from Millers creek on the Lee and Eitill line where he held a meeting for eight days lIe also held a meeting at Fincaite for nine days which resulted in one addition Proficient on Pumpkin Butter Mrs Frank Duke above Daysboro will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better for a dish of nice pump kin butter in the making of whichshe U unexcelled HOW 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