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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

t B 1 1 m m IS tSr J I fl b - TttE Happenings in the Mountain Re 1 gions of Kentucky A HUSBAND SELLS HIS YOUNG WIF In no otlior part of tho Union do bo ninny strango and novel tilings occur na in tho mountain region of Kentucky says tho Vancoburg cor respondent of tho Cincinnati En quirer Thoro is not a neighbor hood among the romoto sections that could not furnish n volume of odd happenings todolight thoout sido world A fow of thoir matri monial occontricities that have como under your correspondents observation will be dotnilod below A fow weeks ago John Miller of Fairviow noar Vanceburg aged 82 fell in love with Miss Nottie How ard a young girl of 17 On his promise to will hor all his posses sions which consisted of a small hill farm rt yoko of stoors and a scrub cow slip consented to marry him A Tow uiiys aftor tho mar riag3 John Lytor a G A R voto ran recoived back pension to tho amount of 500 Ho at once paid court to girl wifo of neighbor Miller Sholistoned to tho voice ofHlio...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

o Lv V IS a w 11 Fv fj K ft h 1 V V 7 t f I j - i t tif S7 i ft - - t iiiii uWi - y jiFiT j MiMi wiH lrfmnwutfWi - 11 J 1- 1 i if- PW WW KMfcXfct Mi i IJWjIIWBMMWMWimwwwiWPMiMi J U iMHI fW his daily inter- who did what for at Ulundi seems to think he added He being sconl whoso can- fci M j rffflH imTi EV CaptT GMAtscKiNt9UA CtofTWOltT J801 BY J D LlPPINCOTT CO CHATKIt III CONTINUll Among the dully visitors to tlic houso Perry Thornton second lloutcnnnt of Mannings troop had been prominent nil winter unci there- wasnt a hand somer blither boy In all the regiment when he joined He was barely twenty two with n face almost womanly fair and a form as blender and graceful uh a boyH could be lie rode and danced and Kins well lie didnt drlnlc ho wouldnt gamble lie waB a Holdlers son an enthusiastic youngster who lmtl seen some years of schooling timl travel in Europe and who had much to tell of soldicra who had won tho V 0 or the Iron Crow Now in Europe snicl he tho oillcer i held an a hero...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

I Lt ACID FOR MAKING SUGAR THE TELEPHONE NUISANCE A Curlonn TroccBj Which Has Mot with Homo Success In Trance A very novel method of making sugar has been patented in Franco by M Pellegrini says the American Archi tect Sugar is chemically a compound of carbon oxygen nnd hydrogen in Huch proportions thnt if carbonic neid water and certain klnch of illumin ating gas could be persuaded to unite in the proper quantities the composi tion of migar would be exactly imi tated Hitherto no one haa been able to make sugar by mixing water with two kinds of gan but M Pellegrini claims to have succeeded The ap paratus he uues consists of a large block of pumico btonc cleansed by soaking llrstin sulphuric ncid and then in wa 1 tcr which is cot in an iron box plated with nickel inside The length of the j box is three times that of the pumice stone block whichis tightly iitted into i the middle and pipes are arranged to J convey the ingredients to the empty ends of the box as required Two of tliem e...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

I O T- V a ii - h i v - j p h H V 1 vvfc iv - - Mi nnp iin i l Hfr Tho doors of tho Kontuolcy stato 1 rensury swung opon on Saturday last and Treasurer Halo began tho payment upon the big accumula tion of dolayod warrants Tho to tal prosonfcdonlandontho troasury oxcoods 1000000 o o o Joseph E Broujn Georgias fa mous war govornor and onbof I ho richest mon in tho stato died ut his homo in Atlanta on the 80th uli Somo3onrtf ngd hodbnatdd 50000 tith6 BUpftst UHooIofcicril sotninary of Loimvillo u o o S Jqjih Bilyle Qop4blcan wil can test tho right of TudgoJVjnoy Democrat to tho oflico of judgo of thj court of appeals -in tho fourth dieCrict Julgo Tonoyhas received hij commission but will not qual ify until thoetalaorfn vising Jiounl dqpjdes upon thp validity or inva liaity of Colonel Boyles contest o a o Last Friday in tho U S commis sioners court at Mt Storling n shooting scrape ocourrod rosulting in Kobort Weaver receiving a mor tal wound from a pistol in tho hands of Charles Watkins...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

v- SUES 31EK4E Charley Etisacll of Powell tvna in town Wednpadnv county Our Liiic letter reached ua too Into for publication this week John Pie ratt has been ode red 225 for his mutch chiyhunk horses A child of Win Whoatley who lives near Coxs mill was badly burned on Tuesday morning hist Jno Leo wilaon is now a resident of Hazel Green nnd occupies the Taylor Day property on Broadway Tho Hnzul Green mill will begin sn ing today and nil who want lumber can have their timber sawed to suit John Robinson will move into thofoJd Masonic hall and Tom Hull will move to the lipuse vacated by Robinson Silas Rom is preparing to build a new storehouse on tho site of the blacksmith shop just beyond Stillwater bridge There is a mud hole just this side of Stillwater that should be filled up We do not know the name of the overseer John Spaniard Nickel and other par ties cut two bee trees a few days ago from which they got 48 gallons of honey J T Diys Chridtma t goods are now ready for the inspectio...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

t I I ft i fr 111 I ONK OF CHINAS CITIES CftRtet Whera tke Ltajctift Come Frew nnd It Iint Surprising A lino or two from Mrs Archibald Dunns new book gives a striking- pic ture of tho horrors of life m Canton The circumference of tho city walls measures from six to seven miles nnd within their Inclosuru there exist one million Chinese people I had been in many oriental cities And had smelt many oriental smells but those of Can ton sys Mrs Dunn were giants to them nil Tho passage like streets are open sowers ovcry description of refuse being cast into them and forming con tlriuous heaps on cither sidoof tho way Tho water supply Is raised from wells In tho streets tho mouths of which uro on a level with tho grbund and shower of rain or drippings from the buckets In which they lift it must carry buck the surrounding filth in a way horrible to think of Through miles and miles of these high narrow alleys did wo travel through the most fetid airless atmosphero that human lungs ould cope w...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

I JtilyS STEWARD OF AM OCEAN LINER I CURIOSITIES OF PLANT A Position of Responsibility with au Army of Subordinates to Oversee It may surprise somo old globo trot ters to know that tho big ocean grey hounds rnnning betweon Now York and tho European ports carry on an av erage nineteen thousand pieces of sterling silverware for their table serv ice and that this large amount of plate is handled during tho voyage by from two hundred to two hundred and forty waiters or stewnrdsas they are called on shipboard Tho chief steward is responsible for every piece says tho Now York Mail and Express He must be a man of quick powers of observa tion a student of human nature and be up to all the little devices of a small army of subordinates xisually keener and quicker wittcd than those found ashore in tho same calling It is a busy day for tho steward twenty four hours before the time set for departure Ho has purchased or contracted for all the supplies and an assistant sees that tho contracts are...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 6 December 1894

lr L v r la V 9 i E l i ir t I w h i t I fe fc w iVi ftr If v R f I s IF V VjT WOLFE pOUNTY Uohn Ant Greon B Phillip of Grassy wew in our initlat tfatUrdayHnd Sunday Tho Infant child of Mr anr Mm JT Com tor remains Very ill Wo liopo that it will soon rccdvef Tkoma8 K Tutt md his daughter Mire juosn nro vlfljtllig rionUsiua relatives at Caniptohtlite weele J II Brown distillery will start in operation in a few day Ho says ha wants ftomo tea tot Christmas 3i It Crawford and wife of Breathitt comity are hero on bnalnesH and will re turn to their respective homes in n few iavs UcWc GIlOllandj of Initio Frozen Breathitt county was visiting irelnti voA iirthia vicinity Sunday and returned Monday Andy KatlifTand lila son Tom paused through here Friday latrith tho largest irray fox I over saw Thov sav they can catch one most any time it being ten tlyty had caught in tho last two months Your correspondent wa called to Campton on business Saturday whore ho met with Rev David May of Nicholas c...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

I ed M II 1 U Iv MS - r 1 i SPENCER COOPER Own TENlII YEAR ftAZ2 mnaaaaurwai mmuwimwna in hiii iiBKJuiJAitimiTmmii i i fe SECRETARY CARLISLE Has SIrnck a Popular Financial Chord t and Is the Lion of tho Day Tho currency system proposed by Socrolary Carlislo is gaining ground daily It litis alroady cap tured a largo majority on tho Deiii pprutic sido of tho houso Ardoijt eilvor Domocrats aro falling into lino rapidly says tho Washington correspondent of tho and within tho next wook tho tUomocratic sido of tho houso will btprhdticiilly united in favortif a financial bill ombodying tho sug gestion of tho secretary of tho treasury Thomomborsof congress are still diligently engngod reading fiidni MinvVroncMRo Mi1ciHiA of it over three or four times Tho latost and strongest man in tho houso to endorse thoplan is Spoakor Crisp IIo is oiitnugiatic over tho recommendation of tho secretary and proposes to to givo it his oarnost and cordial support Goh Catohingsj tho lioutonant of Spoakor Cris...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

m U t r 1 K t t n r Ill I I II HI I I II I I I Y Caw CnecKNeUSA 6hrwaiiT tNi by J B LirriNCorr Co and Pibushed nv Special Arrangcmcttt Slowly Morgan turned unwilling- to think reluctant to lxlicvi unable to wound It whs all so sutldou bo utter ly inlookcd for What on earth could Thornton have to ay to her Whore was the letter to him Oh here In nlclo Ornys tllspiitoh Ho tore it open Dear Old Man In the mail ncnt for ward to catch us there comes a wel come letter from father Ho Bays that Wall of the Ninth and Clinton of the ixth have applied for retirement You aro sure of your double bars then before September and wo all arc re joicing I couldnt help writing as I wanted to bo tho ilrst to tell you tloaao give the encloficd to Connie love to the kids all three Yours l T Give what to Connie He turned tho onvelope innldo out and there was no enclosure other than tho letter Mechanically he stretched forth hia hand Let me see your letter Connie he Mild and to his dismay she for an instant ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

m m 1 4 W U fffU 1 v nrfimywxBart FAMOUS NICKNAMES UYitov was culled Don Juan from ono of his characters IIamikl was called the Saxon Giant from Ida nationality and size Pauaxini wan called the Devil Fid dler from his marvelous Klclll SoAttUONwuithe Invalid Laureate In allusion to his crippled condition Socnvrits was the Hoarded blaster becuuno of his lony ragged heard OtionmsIV wan the First Gentleman of Europe from his ceremonious polite n3 Ciiawks IL was the Mutton Fating King from his fondness for spring lamb Sin Joshua Ukyxolub was the Uaeh elor Painter and the Raphael of Eng land Loan JliiouGiiAM was called Ulunder ing Uroughani from a political mis take Daxii OCoNWTir wascullod the 1 O Great O Irish Agitator and Lib orator Hunxs was the Ayrshire Plowman from his place of residence and his vo cation Pjirruo Aketino was the Voltaire of bin century because of his satirical abilities JIikaiau was the Demosthenes of France and the Hurricane from his eloquence AGRICULTURE IN OTHER ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

k fie I A I mi m 4T tf I I 4 V I toh oK i v v VBff S P LJ V1l tK ftKaUMi f I lPff f fYH yy 4 n lW jt r TTrr i S- Ld S9 PflWPSJ INMGER COOPER Editor iJTSiSmJ ilvBiMfl VBJt i HAZCL GREEN KY Thursday Dec 13 1894 Wo nro in rocoipt of tho annual report of tho postmaster gonnral of tho Unitod States for tho year ond od Juno HO 189 an oxamination of which loads to tho conclusion tlmtit is tho most comprohensivo publication that ovor issuod from that department Tho postmaster gonoral rocommonds that congress tako somo action with regard to tho abuses of thoeocond class rates of pa logo and suggests that only logitimato newspapors and legiti mate magazines shall bo ontitled ttftho privilego of pound rates AVo seo whoro ho is right and wo hopo congress will givo him a law in lino with his recommendation Propor restrictions would givo tho Jogitimato publisher protection Lo unablo him to improve his publi cation and at tho same timo put a quitttus to quest ionablo advertising shoots Ion X T Hop...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

I I ft i mmhmhi TT rTT - r 1 3t5T - - v l tvr 7 fi - EggE 3H5ES5 AX Tho LUile Jeweler nt Kz 1 linsgold pons with luiiutiful pearl liojdcrs fur 2 Most any thing nlco I it m Christmas present can ho found at tho Krol jewelry store Dont hny n cooking etovo until you hcu the Miijostiu range at Thk IIkuald home Mrs Ellen Iieratt hasheeii i otifined to her homo by illness for several cluya pant but U now better Henry U tI and hit on Richard ate both confined to their home with fever and Inivc linen for some time Elder D 0 Uonibs p readied Sunday morning nd niht at the Chtistian chinch to luro and appreciative eongrc catioiirt Thou andfaof cuiPdof rhuiniinthun have beeti cured by HoodsirMiurtrlllu This is abundant reason for b liet ihtt it will cure you Mike Murphy has been having lots of fun with his friends here in my of whom did not recognize ihini nfer his long ab icncc ol fourteen years There ill be a called meeting of East arn Star lodge tomorrow Frid 1 night for the purpose of insta...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

M I 1 o r rSL p w i -v I fa iti ywfc POINTS ABOUT PEOPLE Rev 13 E Wimky of Scdnllo Mo lias bcoti expelled from n local Chau tauqua circle becauso ho umpired a yamo of baseball Pkok Ooodkix of Yale has accepted the professorship of Greek in the American nehool at Athens which was recently olFcral him MltH MtLIICBNT OAimCT PAWCETThas presented to Newham college a col lectionof photographs of babies whoso mooters hud had a college education Misa A M Ulcus has been principal of Clinton college Kentueiiy lor twen ty years but alio has just been dis uharged for being a faith cure lnjliever flltss Hoimiia A XonniioFF a former student of medicine at Washington ac cording to foreign papers has been ap pointed a physician tit the famous worn vans clinic of Prof Von Winkcl In Munich She is extremely popular L Janev Cmlylb Usxisq the only htatel l Cnrlyle is living near Toronto Can 8ho is the widow of HoVert Hanning who nftor an unsuccessful business career in Kntrland emigrated to Canada and b...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

PICKED AND PASTED Tire process of stereotyping is one hundred and fifteen years old Tiikre ts born In the United States every twenty four seconds a child The skin of tho potato is tho part of the tubor richest in mineral salts A iiuroxar in New Yorlc was detected through his hat falling from his head and striking a passing policeman Tin first United States postal cards were lBucd in May 1873 and duriug tho first two months of their existence thirty one million were used The song of wild birds is usually a succession of threo or four notes con tinued during the same interval most ly without interruption A WELL ritoroimoNED woman wears a shoo whoso number Is half that of her glove for instance if her glove is No 0 her shoo should bo No 3 A guardian of tho pcaco of Gardner Mo was recently found asleep by a townsman who handcuffed him and relieved him of his valuables Aristophanes in his Ekklesiuzou sai gives a polysyllabic word which contains seventy seven syllables and ono hundred and...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 December 1894

V it T IV V k I u k Iff U k tf fV l tf K i ii iT L it K1 fiV i K W V T 7SJr t u r ttK ay inoruuiK v t III I turn hominQJoattyvillou tK It D C Miller and wifo visited their daughter Mrs J R Childry at her homo at Stillwater last Saturday Robert Miller has ouit clerking for J V9Coriglutonnnd is btiylngtcebtiapsj 10 caicu raoous witu iius winter DavidMiller andFrink ITatlon an candidates for matrimony nnd they will soon bo elected if their girls dout go back on them John Miller went to Gilmore last Sun day toscd his best gjrl John is talking of building n turnpike from Lano to Gil jnoro Watch out girls he means busi ness Married at tho residence of John R ITobbs Thanksgiving day Auburn Hat ton to Miss Imu E Tcrrill May their pathway through life be unclouded and their happiness complete Shanghai MORGAN COUNTY Muytown 3I1hUc Tho school children hnd n vcrj good attendance at their entertainment Satur day all saying thoy had a nice time Little Carl May who has been improv ing so nicely an...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 20 December 1894

rd ed J r Tg oloall Ithout tninp WIS ccipts I K a ii Hazel SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor TENTH YEAR JOHN G CARLISLE Ho Will Probably bo Seloctetl as the Noxt Doraocratlc Gondidato for Prositlont Tho Washington correspondent of tho Baltimore Sun comments on tho probable nominees of tho Dem ocratic nnd Republican parties in 1890 nnd thinks tho Democrats will certainly come west for their candiduto probably taking Secre tary Cnrlislo as thoir choico IIo Bays Tho South has not since tho war boon considorod with roferonco to this subject Any suggestion to that ofYoct has boon dismissod por omptorily Now somo attention has boon diroctod to n man in whoso integrity ability and woll balancod judicial quality tho whole country north south east and wvst has tho utmost confidence His homo is in a state clnssed politi cally with tho south but ho livos almost within a stonos throw of Cincinnati IIo had n record dur ing the war against which no par tisan clamor could tako efteSt Ho had tho trib...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 20 December 1894

1 i - Li A 1 r vin ii 1 1 iiiimfmtpjwtjji m mil l I i HJ SERGEANT 4it CRffiSUS Y OAPT CHARLES KINO U - A 1 Cof yr Icht 189 j by J B llpplncott Co CHAITER V 01d Currnn the sutler for sutler ho was long years before his designation was changed to post trader ami longer still bofpro his occupation was wiped out entirely by tho civilizing process Which made bartendcra of blue coats Old Curran nil winter way a cided cutting on nc hud been losing money and wan growling about it h finding along of tho from ccd to the payment following KC IIo looked tho April muster to recoup him for Ida losses as many n good soldier was deep in his books The payment hhould lmvo been made in May but for boinu rea Bon it was postponed possibjy in order that tho paymaster might make the circuit of tho cordon of posts in the bright weather of early Juno but 11 pack of young rascals and mulcontcnta nt tho Indian reservation had been v1l 1it K 11 ririif nfi1 f unntlnli eniSS rMy d C GitAvrs was uoniu TIOX 0 AT M...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 20 December 1894

u - RIMS HORN DLASTS Galling Sinners to Ropontance Lovo has to clio to provo that it hn8 livod Much doing is not bo important ai woll doing Tlio ftirnaco nnd the gold aro good frionda Tlio sin wo spnro is sure to bo eoirto our master Tlio cloaot of prnyor ought to bo en f no tod with praiso ft novor booomos dark tc those who look up jJBho religion that costs nothing is worth just that much Jjho man who does not look ahend soon has to fall back Tho first thing man noodod in thig world was Christ Nothing but constant trust in Clod can givo us perfect rdst Tlio dovil is gonorally close by when the proachor trades ilfc is not the last drink that makes tho drunkard but the first The important thing is not how long wo aro going to livo but how Whon you go to church to pray for a revival dont do it on a back seat Tho devils principal work is to make wrong people think they aro right God never sends a danger to any man whom ho has not first given courngo Tho religion of somo people makos yo...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 20 December 1894

m K fc ft I K UlA tcii Si p1 3E mF r 1 l - i j - L iii II - i i r y nmsmmm nmtfX H J11J - J i i II M I I u iH 1 - mi iiaiiumi h i f i i i i i ii i y I I11 pni ii i ii in ituP1 i niin i i in XJEJR 3Bt3B2RftXi4S Editor i iii itwiKilm iii iirwn jKffsQ ilvvlbMB iiiBw j HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday Dec 20 1894 Tho nrtiolo headotl Kentucky Burouu of Informntion nnd Immi gration published olsowhoro in thia pnpor should bo road by ovory citizen in thia part of the stnto and especially that clnBS of far mora among ua known nB land poor And alas thoro aro far too many in this Boction who belong to that class This bureau is designod to hotter juHt this clnesof ourpooplo and if they will tako tho proper Btopa they can bonoflt through tho bureau without cost Evory man in tho mountains who has more land than ho can uso to advantngo should uvujl of tho opportunity horo oilVrod to dispoeo of tho sur plus Af this werodono our popu lation would soon bo doubled nnd in a liko ratio our taxes would bo docroa...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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