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The Hazel Green herald. (Hazel Green, Wolfe County, Ky.) 1885-19??, May 20, 1885, Image 4

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3iomc bet KL In her heart hearta
mw af4 he weald
Ke iaidj bamflbe hiyf yse he did
4ariarw mmrmnred with
x she bent over the lit
tteimccwoieBs sleeper It was your
pupa wfee MSA tkxt nd he ha gone to
a briHkmt party with sack thoughts of
his wlH aad child Did you cOate
rdeejiee te etrauge ms from each
iOther5
Tina awful idea called for bitter sighs
KcrrtriJfdsaM Mich beautiful things
ia her trusting girlhood 4Kever should
their lives ran in eparte channels as
lhoee of oe married people of their
oq aaiataBce did never a joy be ac
cepted that did not make thcui one
1nifer a barrier shodd come between
theaL Asd now -to thick that ihk
wee bebe with itsTeolden curls this
benntifttl little helpless creature should
part them hands could
She mctaftfd pte gay atsemolage and
her HeVert otaBcuig with young girls
railing on others and leaving her to
die of heartbreak
Her imagination always too vivid
Tird hira ic hi iriampha nnfiT hr
TideeryHocalasost the iorm of mad-
Hen5idmJt goj she said-
Ifh acted as iflb didat a4 thea he
preteaded to throw all blame on dear
hpJeas baby
ppSr sZhi s heard the aoond of
ohtade they stopped at
the debt raig andtairy like
4gare stood oa the -threshold of il
room in all the wkifnloeis of expect-
ajaejj jwita dintpeng smiles and laugh-
mgieyes
s r dh liabelf cried Aliee starting to
mr iett wilfc M glads err Tkki3risf in-
f dee a iaoapme fa r ge you ve
oaev lifydaurling sister v
iJerthifch eiisuejd seeneof raptur
s Then the baby was ex
hibited and one would not have
dreaaed that a tear had ever stained
McJkit the proud mother Then
the visitors trunks were ordered to be
carried apatans -
Berbertl Inthc studyf
aid 3lael t last
- He oat dear
4tGeo41 Doat he aagry becaase Im
Imhnr limp ftinrntiMrnf witii SaiOu
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coep xe week before asd the focd
mother hd wot jet reaoreed froa her
fright Babr jke admitted wm- now
lettr bBbti jabe deeiard ioi
be kft t ieat wkk only the nurse to
leok after it Xiicsee are ao aareleft
jererybody hadtoid her eren tic beat oi
them So ithe felt it her duty te jdv
miheimty Sbefeadaot asked
berttortreit p ako and even said
jrlad for wjb can have such a nice little 1
phat iou didnt expect me
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Welli IdidiTt think of coming as
you know for a month yet But I
thought it would be so nice to surprise
J
iOkt Im so
AndthenPauI iscoming said she
blashiaf ext week to stay a month
he lby he wanted nw
so badly tobe here to6r Iaeciare
said laeghhig Ill have to marry
hink soon to get rid him55
0h Mabell dont marry him unless
yosre certain youll be happy eried
AJice hysterically JBe sure hrst he
Wr t g io prtk d le ave you
alone wkhba oabr sWsobbed
What Is Herbert at a party queried
tj a
jtaoei iwiue shuuxolu
YeafJbaiLaidwhil told him I
coaldnt go on account of baby he said
- hanha bahyi1 Yes ype little an
gel yor own father savd those awful
words rnd then he si slammed the
doe Ev J
Hes a Tiper exclaimed Mabel with
sndden Teheaaence A nice way to treat
x wife like yon a baby like that But
why eoWnt3oJ leave baby
Becmme he was threateaed with
isrouplast week
Bt hes well enough now sleeps
HfeU aot wake np all the
ht perhaps the nurse vrould
have taken good care of him
I should have been thinking of fire
croup and all that
Oh nonsense You ought to have
gone Bet Herbert had no right to
behave as he did and he must be
punished and 3iabei threw her wraps
im the bed and took her seat by the
giowaif Sr It woat do to let him
get rlw mpper hai Ahl I have it
Ive tJjought of a splendid plan A
phamg dlJjhrioi plot and she
ctawberhancls in glee
- Oh Mabel whit is it and Alice slid
down at her sisters feet gazing m her
face with expectaa sniles What are
you rofflar to pTr
n gtmeodo it I shall stay 1
here and watch baby x ou are to go to
the ptt
Mabel impossible
Qttlte pomible In fact it must be
Soe Yoe mast let Herbert- see that
yoffre a pretty as asybody aad quite
r aacfe admiredr Ifc is decided You
are to go to the party and play a part
Let me arratjathe
tetKsibel i I having a dress pre
aii or I g4Yftiap going a
urn ago yo see when baby was
Mteed whhh croup
Yo shall wear one of
miae oe C the most bewitching bo
r Hm miii if irnnnnr brought irom my
LgiaJkJrUC Only
0 see it will thow yo into ecstacies
Worth mwareomnoaed aaything more
Yocr hasbarjd said he feared
baby wold fceep you at homej but 1
tekl ami it wassil noesense You did
rlgitfc t raciiader the matter
Haciertlike many handsome society
sieo was a little spoiled ana selfish
without knowing it He loved Alice
deietedlyr bet he was not im willing to
receive the sweet smiles and honoyed
ycot ofeothers while with a mans in
consistency he was not desirous thiit
hk wife should play the part if a mar
ried belle
It waswhUe he was danciaij with one
efthe aiost noted and beautful womin
f the metrejpolk who waa willing to
listen to his nonsense that Herbert look
ing ftp from the face leaning against his
fchoalder white the dreamy vaitz music
thrilledtne hearts sensitive to sadness
as to encountered the sparkling
face of his wife and saw her arrayed ib
ihe freshest aad most gracef nl costumu
in the room She was moving quietly
alesg with an escort in uniform
tray dont stumble said his part
ner petulantly for thatT moment the
igrand repose of- his manner was gone
and the lady on his arm might have
been made of was or any other ductile
material for alt he cared now
viHow the dickens came she here he
mattered to himself as he led his part
ner absently to a seat deaf to all her
pretty wortjs blind to her facinations
Tcerfiny is Aiiee but that dress
the i prettiest thing herel and I left he
quite determined not to come I dont
understand it Dancing with that mill
tary puppy Guinett too She knows 1
hate him
lrkh these amiable thoughts he lad
himself out to gain the attention of his
wife and make her explain It was
some time before he had the chance so
he was obliged to content himself with
following her graceful motions angry
with himself and with her
Alice Can I believe my eyes he
said at last in the pause of thedance
4lI should think you might rather
was the nonchalant reply
Pray 1kw did yoii come
Tray how did yon come T rode
Did you walk
Well but
Excuse me Im engaged four deep
already f and Herbert was forced to
move aside as pompous acquaintance
claimed her hand
Id like to knock that fellow down
he muttered angry in earnest
Another pause and another
Ko satisfaction given Herbert
had hardly the grae to redeem his
dancing engagements
About the baby Alice he asked
anxiously
She put her rosy lips to his ear and in
a subdued voice exclaimed
Hang the baby
Herbert started and changed color
To be sure he had used the same lan
guage but from her it was too exasper
ating How he got through the even
ing he could hardly telL When at last
they were together in the carriage driv
ing home there might have been an
oien rupture- but for the -determined
cahnness of Alice who took every thing
asa master of emuve
One glance in the beautiful j nursery
unsealed hls eres There by f the fire
sat3fabelinalltheabandondf a neg
lige toilet her luxuriant tresses falliug
in glossy freedom over her shoulders
while the little fellow on her lapclutch
ingjit one long shining curl crowed
anoflaughed as well as he could for
smothering Josses
A sudden revulsion of feeling camcl
to the fathers heart at sight of the
sweet home picture
Aha I know who contrived the
plothesaici But I am glad to see
you Mabel nevertheless -
Wasntshetbe belle of v the ball
answered Mabel saucily
Theres no doubt of that At any
rate i didnt get a chance to dance
with her
Of course Who ever heard in so
ciety of dancing -with-ones wife she
said sarcastically I see that sh fol
lowed my directions implicitly You
must learn sir that a house divided
l against itself cannot stand that is it
one lialfns flirting at a party and tne
other half is at home crying her eyes
out77
Oh Alice- were 61
I should tl ink she was 1 can a snre
you thatlihjlelf saw half the house
dissolved in tears and so wretched
that
Mabel hush said Alice implor
ingly
Traitor do you turn on me ex
claimed Mabel withmbckcdispleasure
My child she went on tossing the
crowing cherub tell your selfish papa
that he also has some obligations and
that if you had known you were to be
the bone of contention in this family
yoacd have stayed in the garden of
angels where you were wanted
And that night she tapped on the door
of Alices room and looked gaily in
Wasnt I right she asked And
she was right for Herbert was
strongly affected by this audacious
outburst but it had the effect of
leading him to see his duty in a new
light It taught him to reflect opened
his eyes to his selDcbness
huri from that
more considerate husrnd
and
erening a better
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Six months after At time Alice was
dressed for a parry 3utthis time the
ipariy waa given in her own house and
in nonor 01 Jlabe carriage Jeven
lthe bride did not
ooimng now ever
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J a fancy bere
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arm to mmMMMm wa
KrfctarkweorrW Grikr 3efc or Jtk
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aiiyirceaaa her to the love 1 gesiure
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FREEZING
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BETWEEN TW0RRE3
Hew KefrJgt rsttor Arc Kept Cool by ltk
SWe o glazing SUnges - X
Here you wiU foiti a good example of
urn uuyt2yitu application oi our
alsMiar tktf KU or MeluMAM crating systeifisaid a friend to a re-
Vt i - jstgpba casljiiga i ifcars tftpoaaofce porter tfcsother -day as they were stand-
JJk MeodJtekiar at iheoc grow- lor a cab I mg J me iQwec tcIiea m onof
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wlit imi tSkJwl Itet sife atfe a I aioiirKW led her sis- new big up toMn hotels Xfae reporter
1brtbrtkiR err f li b Joia by Isieh mirror iantt followed the direction oJ his friends
a udk xad kiar -Tier m er ana srw somethmff which
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ridiculous
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expressed an opinion to that effect
Come and see for yourself1 said his
frbnd You wont find a particle oi
ice in it You could use ice but it
would melt so fast that youd have to
keep a man at work replenishing it all
thetime We keep it cool without ice
With these words he threw oper the
door of the refrigerator It was packed
with meats game and other viands
which need to be kept in a cool- place
The space mneraHjr given over to ice
was utilize for the edibles The ceil
ing of the refrigerator attracted the re
porter s attention It was of a beauti
ful uneven whiteness like frosted sil
ver
Put your arm in the box said bis
friend The reporter thrust his arm 311
up fo the elbow The half of his arm
in the kitchen was roasting between the
fVAfcj
lJ8t ad hent dreeied woaaan she had r struck him s Try remarkable Indeed
ta Iot TWaeea fa refrigerator standing between two
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tikrtiM vJK had oisntierea ana oer neart was iae jaea ot a
is HvxlnvtuMkmA im ih Yshmikil eoe Herixts mpliatle exproion ranges seem
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fe
141 v i i coacermnr tise oaoy one ws
fwo rangesf while the other half In the
refrigerator felt as though it were in a
winter atmosphere
Kow touch the ceiling
As the reporter brought his fingers
in contact with the white ceiliug of the
refrigerator thoy sunk into a soft mass
of frost crystals until they stopped at
what seemed a coil of pipe -
Through that coil said his friend
we send the cooling agent Kvery one
of our pipes in encrusted sis with snow
Kow come to the bar
The bar seemed furnished with an
ordinary back bar but on opening va
rious comnartments they were seen to
be tilled with bottles and the ceiling
were frosted like those of the refrig
erator The bartender said they would
keep their cocktails ready made in bot
tles and have them cool without cracked
ite and lrappo their champagne ad
libitum Prom the bar the reporter
visited the meat game poultry and hsh
store rooms which were huge refrig
erators with frosted ceilings The air
while cool was remarkably dry not a
drop falling from the snowy coating of
the pipes Amid all the heat of many
ranges stood large refrigerators filled
with butter milk eggs aud other
viands
This is where we freeze the drinking
water in earaffes saidthe reporters
friend leading him Into another room
In the room was a trough and in it ISO
carailcs of water freezing in a tempera
ture of about fifteen degrees TjJq
superintendent said they froc alout
2o00 caraffes a day transferring them
from the trough to refrigerators whicli
lined the sides of the room Next door
was the wine cellar similarly arranged
All these rooms and refrigerators were
by appliances for diminishing or increas
ing the flow of the cooling agent kept at
varying degrees or temperature accord
ing 10 the ueeds of the articles
4Now said the reporters friend I
will show you where this arctic agent is
generated aud how it is sent over the
length and breadth of several iloors of
this house The reporter was led into
ii corner of the yard which had been
partitioned oif There he found a
couple of small pumps at work machin
eryand several standing vessels which
looked like boiers encased m wood
This is a novel application of the ab
sorption system said his friend It
consists in an appliance which enables
us to use the same material over and
over again so that we can refrigerate
ou very economical terms In this gen
erator touching one of the standing
vessels we put common commercial
ammonium hydrate Next it is rectified
and turned into liquid form and then
ilashcd into gas The gas surrounds
coils of pipe tilled with brine whose
neat it absorbs Dciore tne urine is-
pumped into the refrigerating closets
A novelapplinnce then sends back 75
per cent of pure gs to the cooler and
t4ie reniaiuingJ5 per cent to the gener
ator
A Terrible 3XdnJght Duel
tThe Field of Honor
James Jackson of Georgia who had
been and afterward was a United States
senator was the challenged party He
was an Englishman by birth He killed
Lieutenant Governor Wells of Georgia
in ltfu in a duel and he finally de
termined to accept a challenge on such
terms as would make it his last duel
So upon his next challenge which
was from CoL K Watkins also from
lacorgia he prescribed as the terms that
each party armed with a
gun loaded with buckshot and with
a hunting knife should row himself m
a skiff to designated points on the op
posite sides of the Savannah river
Vhen the city clock struck 12 each
should tow his skill to a small island in
the middle of the river which was
wooded and covered with underbrush
On arriving at the island each was to
moor his skiff stand about for ten min
utes and then go about the island until
the meeting took place
The seconds waited on the mainland
until after 1 oTclockt when they heard
three gun shots and loud and angry
cries then all was still At daylight
as had been agreed on the seconds went
to flie island and found Jackson lying
fon the ground insensible from the loss
of blood and his antagonist lying across
him dead Jackson recovered but
would never relate his experience on the
island nor was he over challenged
again He died in Washington City
while serving his second term as sen
ator 3Iarch 15 1S0G
Tk St Petersburg Canal
Exchange
Through the canal connecting St
Petersburg with the sea canal steamers
drairing twentytwo -feet of water can
now come to the new port which is con
nected with all the radways of the
oire The cost of the canal has thu3
look lovelier for far amounted to 7500 000
occurred to mar
all imJ Alices happiness an happiness after The Caterer The best fuel in
well filled stornach
WtTl ifca ae - pur bad bus- all is the best preservative of beauty a
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DEVOTED TO
EASTERN KENTUCKY
AND THE
Development of Her
Resource
Creat
THE HERALD
Is the cheapest newspaper ever published
in JMisrern jtventucsy oniy
One Dollar a Tear
THE HERALD
Publishes the home news the state news
the general news and yet is
Only a Dollar a Year
THE HERALD
Is more deeply interested in the Develop
ment of Eastern Kentucky and pub
lishes more matter relating to its
resources than any paper in
the state yet the price
is verr low onlv
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THE HERALD
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Clumbers among its contributors many
gentlemen who are eminently
tied to show the capitalists of the
country our great wealth
and induce immigration
info our section
amtngthem
Col Bennet H Young
Hon ThoSi Turner
Prof John E Proctor
Prof Bobt Peter
and many others all of whom realize the
great wealth we Kssess and desire
to see this section developed -
THE HERALD
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New Pressesand Fine
Paper Stock
Is prepared to execute any and aHkihds
t of Printing in the best style and at the
I lowest prices GiyeTisacall -
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Witts Jewelrr
SO 10 3IAIX STREET
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HAZEIi GKE5EST KT
Larsrest Stock of Clocks In
One Day Clock strike
Eight Day Clock
Eight Day Clock and Alhnra
SOLID SILVER WATCHES
Silver Plated Spoons
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Carrv in stock the LAHGPST AND BEST SSXSCTEiX AamSBKOGOSX Ot
GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUfYv Jrn
rience of many yearsin our line of feasihesewe feel jmtiid m mmimc i
trade both WTiolcsale and Retail that we DO CAX ami WILL mrm mmm at
our patrons and make it to your interest to pairoaiac w Bufiimmt mmn
stpckof
Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoe
Glothmg Hats Caps Irogs
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Hueensware Hardwar
Saddlery Groceries
Cutlery e c
hind for the surmjr tnue x fall li ot HJTWS ui GUM
uountry irroaiice xanen in jsxcnmpre jot
Goods or in settlement of IToterr aid Ac
counts Yonr trade reje0feftillytic
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March 4th 1885V
G B SWANGO
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SWANCO BRO
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY
KKKrS COXSTA2JTLY OK 1TAD X TCIX ISSOXTXaorr OT
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods eady m CtMncr
Kats Caps Boots Shoes Queeswars Ttnwar
Hardware Table and Pockst Cuttery Crooc
Ies9 Stoves and Farming Implmrrts
In fket everytliing usually kept In a first class ceeairr stor and t BOTTOK
Also -will take in exchange for Goods or la payraeat of xrt Iit mK H
Country Produce and Live Stock of every description
THE MT STERLING
Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy TrgfetXr Tesci
are ready to take contracts for putting tp same ersom a attvtikr WWwffcfe
Irpu Fence and thnt the best in the world can by so otker W b SMwbe a wtfU
adaptcd to enclosing country bMryinjc grounds Oar Fences ant nt a3y fet meat
aiantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by Mt tfc eai i jjnaliir
enhanced in beauty and value- Oar Machine Departcat Is sapflKi with ti hmTmW
ern machinery aaa our workmen cai iaut be excelled in skill experkftce f hwt py
formance of their duties We REPAIH ALL KIKIS OF MACHINEltY mCm
special of
Gumming and Hammering Saws
No other shop outside of Louisville can sar the same
9Savr mill men will do well to call or hj or write for ixforaNrifes
Catalogues furrished on application to
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CLOCKS FROM OXB 100 DOLLAR BE
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ESTABLISHED IM I14B
The Leading Insurance Agency
OE MT STEELIN KY
Toval Assets of Agency - SI434S7Q
I8S5 Royal of Liverpool 33r0COeeG 90 nt Laadon ami T iramiAWii
1856 Liverpool aad London af IiyaraJ imuu
and Globeof EngiaaSoS7o030 60 li0 Hartlatd falArd M
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fileafBajdaod 33 W lilt Fkeawna -
1794 InaofNrthArica fornix 1 Wl tM m
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1710 Sua Fire 0cef Load SMQ W 17 2TiMn W Jfo vmTS Z
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insurance in order to be xeliaWe j most fcp VrTmciiTfai
corporations tae policies of dbtnir oc axprwM4ml
The best peheies ar aiwayjj the cheapest Is98sx4Kid jalnntlhjjt
would a banker or a person who is te hid thirkfauia m trutL
paramount consideration of iBsaraaee Jfaif getjliy
QfficziL Traders andTeposifc Baaiy
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HARNESS STALLrOX
Grey Eagl
rVili make tke n of 155 attli
stable af ike slMcrihcr Jk4
jLTrer Six tailec east
Basel Gret air
84 t In Burm 3fr In Tmalr
money dne wken the mart rTj
t fee in fX rk parsed irk aA
a lien will Ve retaMa eItt
or xae iirxce smmt wa en vt
u not paid Hefcr frtTiBy tia
EAGLE is a beaatifut dapple grayp tixim mm4s hkfc
finelv formed and exhibits grand action and strle
PEDIGREE GREY EAGLE was sired bra Packard horse frew OfeM xni hk
was a fine mare from the blue grass region of this state He has jwarei a4telf a ki Im
getter and his eolts are as fine as those of any horse ever in the
All care will be taken to prevent accidents bat I will not W reap onwifclc jjhhH a7
occur X WILSOX
JOHN W JONES
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