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invariably cash in i at ixront Beriah Alagoain died on the A lltdd untrustworfchv hands ut Otwn- 1lf fPlf1 ladva nfte Postage free to all subscribers ih 28th ult and was buried on the lstinst S vltlufrL f mining industry is the excessive cost of at Harrodsburjr v iMiat6ver for use in geological identifiea- j tle JniiedStatesiuid Gaudda 2O due entirely to tlie un- - The two days combination horse sale t transportation msam irmJY e aa TBggXUVF SS mkl 1885 j certainty and danger of the river riavi-PREMIUM COPIES a GO JB JMLoats iSJSL at Lexington resulted in the disposftioit absence of these limestones and i to i VvMBljti Coal boats drawing five feet of of ninety seven head for f fiJfi GETTERS UP OF CLUBS S257oan afiWnfMtiftxJiWiifcrediinoji J water can onlv Ihj run during high water erage of S267 J-fok OUT iOofc Mttk W fceCtlMiliaSi bv lhf num ifKtshalea change character xpndcr the tttt- iiALiiMUJL tor a very Lexingtons chamber of commerce is S iiSwhich can be expected but Md too xtnbaaiiiiwIfllllSrecelrod for iArasy atruction of an accurate section and d8M B 1 A nh J small part of the year This therefore making a strong efibrt to secure theTKon FIVE COPIES J nuiitTiitiiH rill ill tw ur MTiiiii m1115 i i i ui tlirt nrvll it ill tjie storaSc of iSIr iiiiu in VAUtl liy it im uvSC quanti- - tuckv Union railroad and anewfuruH atterof consider- - ncccssUlltes One GOO R ties of coal often for months after it is ture factory at that place 10 iJU iUn rlifTiiiTftt TEX fOPfFs mi t i limu With an extra cony of the Weekly mined while waitinir for a rise in the Congressman Willis of the Louisville aft S aS 1 C1y f C Crir river sufficient to carry it oft Trustor- - district has secured an appropriationf W te r larger jvcrtisemeuts made of asitijr ot xne prevaiung roeK wmcuua a u ivitr- u Ki fiSilHkS 15 00 of great detriment to the coal as 1000KX from consrress for the erec FIFTEES COPIES fgc is i nil i iiiimi i xr - fii st7 i v ic iricaraaiTai 3PEXCER QCfePER With an extra copy ot tne weexiy Desiriajjto wind up my business I f e uon ot s custoiiirhouse va Louisville G aiJizei urges Xr a i bun one year amiiione copy ot the uecmcii m imint a ctiiuiuiii vn 2AlLkm lllllll lII T7T 51 oun yejnomns ptl b i rorm prtritrKrhit i JJaiiy B F Avery ai prominent citizenof posure an extra cost is involved through Louisville wl dl btf1 r 0Mto oachoiry AVith m cxtm oonvof 4 1 OFFICERS OF WOLFE and well known as aIhrge i1 waters much disturbed Tayitfurrenis the loss of capital lying idle for so long manufacturer of agriculturalimplemen b aompanicdbyfrequentchanges of level lovanl and pay oit tiieir notcsmnbuiilir iadRc Fvoriiri- i Tjfere was no subsidence deep cnontrh or a time V died at that placejoruthe 3rd insfvaged so cV0 PiTjnKifyxiopiES The boats used to carry the coal down 8 years n ll WHli an extra com ortliq AVkh-enough continued to allow hefor- that all may be acel- f cr- Mi Ai T fAtrrc the river can never be returned and The JTarmers Home Journal tfenka nation of pure limestones nor enfiho L y in proportion to those whose aep ptsiV i 2sl is wters quiet and land locked lagoons in they arc therefore usually sold at agreat the wheat crop will be hardly above a iias L k c loss Tlrt river is so dirhcult of navma- m sHf i J iiv i H i J3 -- i rlH half average yield owing to tlie severe avAV v 5WC men xne nne muu couia settle uncus- vaiionoratmrtHS T ZSBg Fallen Hwu vrJ3CK Ktt v no ti i it freezes and sudden thaws The ground t urbcd to be afterwards compacted into r A f i oj a Year Tf iiazei urccn iv is upheaved greatly and the plant werd n- er the pjjaoe The safest method of transmitting money to about each thousand bushejs of coal i R tS fj lifted 1 Jiurnhv Wednes- - f It is worthy of notice that the sub--- B7 7 u fcMojailay Stephen Swamro S by mail u by check draft or postomee carboniferous limestone whichint Ohio is Bald PointT four miles above Vance- i IL1ZEL GREEN KY uvc thousand ousneis or coal eacn pia onua thux and frequently wtmtmg altogether S Godsey Frilayj t uioncv aider a - tburg Lewi3 county Is said to T nAAMn 3a fiijtiiiiiiiiiif nr ir n 1111 r vwi w utiti 111 highest point of land JLluuoI1f cxitnruav between Kttsbarg riimjvcnsrromiiiewniOTivcrxOtnesoUvU- 3u rOHX H PTE714TT rnoPSiETOR I Vc v trvtTCM n i vddressABELL QQffjiblish6r4 twestwara while K 4 umcaftmesocthe j evitablc expenses there is great risk in- - and New Orleans- - It is the intention pf iftc S 1 rr i tlie IIoIton Wedn aai sJiF-- JlllliillK ngation of the river a ItheU- - S signal service to establishfan fcCTh CirvJrhV TmrnTA-j5S The table it Riinltnrl TfT lw lmi il Joii e marKet and first class accommodation lnrSe proportion of th6 boats never reach- - observatory there 1 Ralthnore Md tJlki- - i i iiiLafBBiiraihJaiiai u -- - iiiii vit icbb be furnisl ion lor man and beast o inn their detin ition hiWtoaSte 1ST Jiur Slenccr SP s William Meredith a camdatforrfc VVWJ These combined causes make the cost londav election to the legislature from Wfarreri Jo kffeSEi of ooal at thb markets along the lower county r announces himself in favor pf 11 his iinn wlPTe ronrf EAR POSTSfFICE iuruay FOItT8S5 r rVJl 1H3 BSm river go grcau wiuu xeiuisyjivauia coai is the whipping post for petty criminals i i Si2T t JSiJr firi jttjffwiSJ SL a n m sr cjvti b4j aj- RnjsjSatafdav af-- LEXE7GTON WVTrTtDriV fv n orirnn of Live JSjaiSjn n Tdej pnR iOuna JloriZOIltaisecwon saowillSI iie broHfrhfc rtown- the Ohio river tin the and the Bowling Green Times indorses f v TOWB Smttafiiir 3 w JP1 J and sold at a less price in SIS iiej Oliciirihism and the Spirit of I 7 TTTTr j- StB- i FIRST CLASS Fri2SliMI his ideas oaJthe sabieet KATta MUSOXABLE f J SJQlOHTii -- Jv ILTraU TWcwday than fle coaffrom thiS rerion s Several farmers in Bourboa countv u m l U1 r4UMondV THAT THIEVING TAKIFF j -- c H E BOSW ELL i Thus the work that has been done bv the vill SOXSabandon the growing of tobacco and DMndJruiIi Hiil Jne Lonrier Journai is the acknowicugeu jrouDJesome creeic l ins section la bv ppnpiTTfti A tv iud DItitrict JiiwwJaSi3rd Jiistriet WV UUIIqUUIVU cit I turn their f uuwcu fliimnlofn n iil t tin mnfinc vimwiviuiu iu wjiui nffftn1 attention to the cultlvationof p Ti i ibi RaileA 4th lliiioSt A LJ ir Stl lOUTH Ja TPWVMJAIMC- i l17tc uiiH i v n 1U1 in t UtUlt Vi ifc3 tuuiw JJUtVCl ilUUAJ IlVl f I ii 4rsr ilast an au uie tune is ior a reuueuon i assujeh vii- the contrary as already only actually operates against the inter hemp The latter they think is notso 31 ih lMtrIctIIf Clav Rose 45th Hfo AV1TH hard on the land and not as apt to be f the war taxes as levied on the people by j statja it Will probablv befound to need ests of Kentucky coal miners instead of Sievers Carson Hsrdvvats V- The Weekly CdurierJournal J nsiderrddc correction when the coun- - SurJ hexing them for it enables Pcnnsvl bunted up in their barns officers of menifee i i without u suiicrior inthe world as a ereai trvyincs to be exainiiiQdiirdeMl and 11 Company folluirinff jtre the count v nffirirs f Vrv C frTV- xfpninM lu x3 i v4tu titaMJiii uj - LTynnHie iviciiircstGnc2iiEncix Owensboro bit theSd inst chargedwitn x wft fS7VL-Rviy-STBLJFWT 1 rvti tiioilrnfa ViTf linnf irrTcir 7ni Trtn f Couuty Mdst J M Yanaredell m the southeastern end of the sectiou uitu lauuivii- nimuuu itcoiouu iuuu Ait the murder of Win Eoraines mQvven aldixopcfully than ever for itspolitical faith LOUISVILLE KY Couaty Clerk1 j J Rvrn e j anyegree Were Kentucky rivcrslack- - count- in 1867 He had hecn w lift iieideetimr however the timnite vanetv some of the connections 1ioti rOTi flii i w a fugitive A iiackucy 71 rt flirt cr trt nMil ol choice miscellany thut causes it to be so 5hjriB J Rinpo coals may be found to be incorrect It r from justice for eighteen years Jkis The yr inat a tofavorite in tho family circle party is believed however that the greater be shipped at nearly all seasons of the said that he has killed three menimcei J N Frishy i f T HAZEL GREEN KY power of the DemocraticliijfrM-irenrn ryear and the empty barges returned J-- C Lewis 13if4Sroner- l In flui u icu i i Pf x A Willis killing Romines Hor portion of the section is correct- - The r kKtyryov G W Wheeler -Bofthe Unite1 Saiteajaudno family shouh measurements for elevation were madetlcheaplev this region couldf supply coal Breathitt county is awakening to the V t iicwmiout tiic councr ijournai who uesirp V Matasand retain all kinds of F ruing toieep thoroughly posted on passing events with an aneroid barometer without anv to the vviiole -of that part of the state bor-- rf act that she does not deserve the malig- 3U 8 k 1ld TlirtW nll fiiiiriiir Ifiitnml Fiiu f Ji rnrirrtt f icringtne river at prices which would nant epithets which in Horse Shouing Mill receive especial aten- - Democratic Circulation of any Newspaper correction from a check barometer at a the past have so 3fnrd Juu4 Sepiembcrand December drive all foreign coal from tue market frequently been 01 in America if you are unacquainted xvitn time of the year when atmospheric vari- IlJLST DlKTitrcc bandied around and Turner Spencer third and it could even do a larger business on boosted by it askmy subscriber to it as to its merits ass ations arc often sudden and great so loiday C C llovtsoiuurv tirst Wednes J the press at large Jackson that f a greatfaniiJy and political newspaper In j it ii ti - the Ohio river in the fine cannel coals m the county seat now has in contempla-Â¬ - i in tiiiocf m AMVVi TifiTii rl iVimliii iirf 1111 asooxD District Illtltif if vi AWl 0jii buciu ia i jiuuiuLV to cixur irom Jills lVtV V IMUUllI J T Aro third ill it tfIVV iviuujig uiiiiicr ll jruus uiu iiiruApujier jirts cjiMfeo ni muuici HIUU UtU iULiUR- - iUJnyu il auuuiius tion the erection of two handsome Tuesday T F Triaby firl Friday vn oi tne i uiteu states ii money industry Tfis DlSTKlCT J 31 AdainsV second Until improved means of transporta- - church edifices and an elegant hiizh and enterprise can keep it so it willcontii- - ments for level were usually made vith Xelon Holland Jth IlniEsdav ue at the head of American journals It the Kentucky river a4ftAase the level of iAlonatfe fumfehed this region either by school building Fsria U JJistjk Alfred Combs Srt An Independent Newspaper cf vuiiuiuB iuc ucck uu Stttuday Samuel Stacv third Saturdav slackwater or railroad there can be no vcill ivuoii frem ccuai surve Hon W PTauIbee was here lasfcwcek summarv ot the news of the world t TlTU DisTiiicrr 0 IL Hale second Democratic Principles butnotCoi editorial columns Hexky Wattkiwon ed-- and the variations were checked as often extensive ana regularly conducted mrn- - for a few days the first time since his jrnur m ixesiics 4Ut Friday are alwavs able strong and flsnftcS1Vr lvrHiminor OjETAJiLCK 1st Dirtrict Jno L Brooks mff enterprises The- fine grade cannel olection to congress He left Monday trolled by any Set of Politicians ir bright v 0TT JC5t1-tlr- Anions the liSJrtiALiJiuVibltJiS f rfl TTtrt Und Anfrift T Lcoais win prouaDlv continue to foe mined morning to attend the inauguration Tnpniirpinpnf iiM- - r1if flnw iU iivniii-ki-iii from ill in iMwiiii r riorvtiiiKwf at ShaWhitalcfr 4th District J T Hcd- - Manipulators Devoted to Collect- Â¬ points in the United States and Europe Se-xt nmtritit 11 IS Jittle necd SQme correctiOI1 t as thev were not m a Precarous aud haPbazilrd way as Washington Mr T will perhaps be eer and Publishing all the News f ruii iiiii rimn rMnncs uv 11111111 11 r ing i s Ilicird ispencer3 Coinmissiohcr of the ikitiii commonly Druig a price sumcient thevyoungcst member of the next ters Talmages Sermons the day after de obtained ifrom the most reliable sources houset the Day in the most interestirpriwr hvcrv in Brooklyn labcrnacle Jthirket Rc the - existing mapsof this region being to pay a smalL profit over the risk and will be one of its greatest orators but Shape and With the greatest posn- - porte Fashion tetters Turf and Stock Ht The section is ffiveri as expense of transportation but with We will now say inprint- what we have j ports Answers to Correspondents Depart-- very imperfect 2HUBGH JDIBECTOKY ble Promptness Accuracy and In- Department for Chihrerf the best that could be aecomplished with this exception the great body of coal predicted to various-- gentlemen in pri-ILvzt GEEEX---lSuudayL E South L A i D i r I Tvlunt Pootrvaild it lu uc r luinuuoi ji 5lev AL StamjHr 2nd Sunday Prcsbvte paiiany the time and meansat command and it will remain untouched vate- That Prcs Taulbee should he live rian Jk E P Mickel 3nl Sunday OilnV Tho lowest coal mines on the Ken- Â¬ will be governor Democratic Ideas and Policy in tie serves very well to show the principal The Cpurierruournal of Kentucky inside of tiuu Rr D IL Fallen Pnn er meetings tucky river arc near the mouth of the ten years Just cut this out and put every VjnesdayiAcning at tne Christian affairs of Government Society 2nd i distinctly reircseuts the non oiticc holding features of the geology of this region it r and non office seeking classes It is a critic cliureiiliursday evening at Presbyterian j Industry It will be seen that there is a totalt foutl1 JorJc at eatyville and 1 rqqtor in your scrap book and you will see jdiatnot an organ friendly to those who serve j church the country well hostile to those who faijl thickness of seven hundred and fifty feet viierc one ot tiic sub conglomerate coals wo nro ji nrnnhfit ffitlittsliiJw Berrio- Jtafes by Mall Postpaid -w JDl SantMv Ciristian Riv J to serve it or serve it ill equally without CO DAY per Year 6 excellent quality is mined There era of strata above the top of the conglom- 51 E Sou1H7lte U T Picratia Sunday entangling alliances or selfish expectation j SO DAILY per Month J Ragan mmcs aoovc inis Ior auouc other than the confidence and support of erate included in the accompanying scc- - arc ft 1 05 tin int iili fi tJini il mi - it niriii illncril SUNDAY per Year MAYTOx2nd Sunday vy - tion This witli the hree-hundr GENERAL NEWS r vv fd and twenty live to thirty miles along the riv Ilev- - W Istawper kik Sunday istian UUCe It Avill have no compromises to make 7 flfl nUlY 9nA SHMFUY mi- - Year J P near the mouth or Holly creek er until uj r47 with time servers hut will keep right on in 1 00 WEEKLY per Year very low and 1 Sunday marked out sub condomeratc beds makes a total Between these places the river runs tbroK Gcral Gnuxt the utl of dlltv whch it Baptist Rev W L Ezel Address THE SUIT Xno TorJc City for itself regardless of consequences It 2 Sunday Christian Rev D G Givedou i will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor- thickness of one thousand and seventry- - the narrows a gorge or canon whic physicians say that his end is rapidly Combs nu ncau msiue or outsiiicuie democratic five feet of carboniferous rocks above the Ufc has cut t1011 tlie conglomerate drawing nigh FnENCHlio 1st Sunday Christian j BUY YOOi - 11 arty It will fight intolerance and liberal In Georgia an incendiary has beenssen ii i J1US 4J1 --U ir vi4i For most of this distance the sub-coJJU i H wherever they appear and has no quar sub carboniferous limoatone from rim ism i5jmdav M E South Kov r- m G Combs a death- - The laws of that state V ci ter to give to or sisk from malefaction and river at the mouth of Troublesome fklomcrate coaIs ar0 hGncil the level of tenced to G B Ddujjv 4fjt Sunday 4Rcv E P I isr a j provide the death penalty malefactors Democratic or Republican i MickeL ci eek to the cdec of the coal measures Flic ver wmie tne nmb uo not risesuiWith this explanation of its scope plan and During the two sessions of the forty iicicntly high over the conglomerate un-Jacksox- Suadav Presbyterian Rev j purpose we submit the following coal W-- K- - Cooptf3rd5uuaay been Intro MESouthj Thecoals of this region am niiniorniisUfal sme distance back irom the river to eighth congress there have Rev J- - J Pi 10 0l Paily Courieixrournal one yearuaye Deen mmett ducedfinthe house 3286 bills and 345 5 twi UliVVU c o u kvr c 5 0D nnd nf pvrnllmtt miiK- IVttVIj ftL nn 4U7 tl iiold tne coals wuicn Daily Courier Journal G months vwv I n r 0m joint resolutions J C 1YKIXS V S J M QU1IX1S i gS ii Daily Courier Journal E 2 75 whole will bear eonvnarison with those rturmer UP IE months - I nelVESIS if f QULLp 1 00 iiifi liaily Courier Journal 1 month ii The increase in the price of foodlfrt LYKIKS Above Holly oeek banks have been l 1 Sunday Courier Journal 1 year 1 2 00 found in any other portion of the state If il ii has caused a great pressurefo jLttorneys at Heal i3tto Agents IJUULjL W JLJljLSJL VLz Sunday Courier Journal G montlis 1 00 in quality or thickness They areail jibpened every Jew smiles until the last Prance b2 brought upon the goyeraacnt through WEEKLY COtrJSIEK JOUKXAL box Xy classed as bituminous coals but thevRreireached about live miles above Haz One Year with a Premium 1o the chamber of deputies to remove the W Titles exauiuitt imjd for show all the varieties of this class known tard in Perry county Most of these as Five Copies one ycarWjthout rcmi CottecSpH pecialtv Real Estate embargo upon the importation of pork- fMenu und 1 00 as dry burning tin caking and cannel coals already stated are abandoned and Jjave Amission HU prac- - Between Eiice and Vine Irought j j Sixtmonths without premium from America iice in Wolfe atndn1nr c0imtis 50 the principal coals are of tlie dry or free fallen in so that exposures of the coal Uircc montlis without nrcnuum CINCINNATI OHIO Henry George was aboard the steamer jjai Payment mvanabiy in advance jJtBI burning variety while the caking or fat tfthat can be measured are rare Back H iASHi jiS Postage on papers is prepaid by the Alaska when she was drifting about the j J coals arc- comparatively rare Caunel from the river openings or exposures publishers without sl rudder and it may be ATTOEAT j IJie list ot premiums oilercd m connection coals - are abundant and of exeel- - oi the coals are very few as there Atlantic i believed that he is more in favor of an f Avith the Weeklv Courier Journal includes- - a DEALERS IS lent quality certain of them having a has been no inducement to mine coal Ky-Hazel j great yarietv of useful and Attractive arti equal distribution of land than ever be- Â¬ i Uwhile wood is still the most common cies circular conuuning list oi premiums reputation second to none in the State Willpracto n Wid adjoining coun fore Milwaukee Journal r complete and a sample copy of tlie Weekly As yet this region is almost entirely household fuel in use In studying the lies Collections wif eive r0Uiltutten- CourieisTournal will be sent free of charge 9 The ministers of the Methodist church HAZEL GHEEN KY lion undeveloped so that it is difficult or jm- - geology of this country therefore reli on application i A good local agent is desired m every com- - pdssible without the mosfc detailed and lance has to be placed mainly on natural inGreat Britain are practically denied TTrm In stock Suenr Cofiee Flour Salt So ELRIGG PATTERSON mumty to Ahom commission da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Ovsters will he allowed a liberal casli outfit is sent careful study to obtain icouipieto sec- - exposures or outcrops of coalj so that it the right of suffrage because of the re-Â¬ A canvassing Sardines Mackerel California Salmon quirements of the registration law on the local agents free of charge Maccaroni Cheare Crackers Candy Green- Agents are employed by the o Traveling lion showing the thickness and position ris- a matter of considerable difficulty to ATTOBNEyS cir-Â¬ Coal i and Black Teas Svnip Soap Tiacon Oil Cas- nal and no subscription should ever be giy-- of all of the coal seams a study which obtain a complete section showing the question of residence owsag to their 2YA Tnrd i J Patent Tiir ll nr 11AAV- w Ull cuit system and the new redistribution en to any one unless personally known to has as yet not been given to it There position of all tlie coats 2dedicines Wooden- - and Tinware K the subscriber Address bill increases the difneuitt The matter 1XT W T VG KY tiroes Nails Tobacco and Cigars are numerous mines along the Kentucky I xx JUUt- ii1iVIMjx pi itrru L Trawli Tfr r Inrk nntl river where coal has been mined fori The change in the general character has been brought to President Courier Journal CoL A If a TV W amm Cfficmi lmt in tiulm t hr -- t 3 Louisville Ky shipment in boats down the river butibf the rocks from that of the region the government but nojslief cart iJ sSEvcrytiung sold at prices which arc HAZEL GEEE MriiUPlilTHAX THE CHEAPEST j none of them are extensive and the ma fnearer the Ohio river which has been re- - granted except tHrougriAiameiK ntaw a HE HAZEL GREENHERALD j Vi -- This is an Injustice to the individual rgc5 d Ac j f nysician ill jonxy are uow auanuone anu nave ran- - fierrcu lo ueiuiu i awnMiu AX 1XDKPEXDEST JOCAL JS EWSPAPER r n T T llVnS v nttirttiwe imirrv to the country - as wrm l Kirw liNLx UJC uvxjjj tf t extent with a change in the MBl J certain JJ en in 1 lifMlda tlTS i as eiiveivpua ltftnr cvw AiKr Devoied f the development of thereiourcor j disfranchises a profeiou thepeer of My fj oucu Tradersj hi profcjsiona1 has not yet wen a it si tcjkv nous Insnuri ti iiriri cards fa- jitiivit ftf Etarn Kenuu ky home news6o G will 1 The practice is Woneii a drift ftoml coals Hit the region v ilrtlLmiiiiHMauMimiitxt lie real ASit he iiIRl Oi itiiv ilure for are lajwiuigaeiwdi fiver a sufiiciciilage areajA WWMjM ly PXCCMtt j SSKiMtftJi I is 1 jEfirit 1 Jr ST bv an ov anv FULLEST RELTARLE M AIl- - KET REPORTS t j AY KOBXIXG One dollar ii copy for 12 months To Eu Li Jate years owing 10 uie iov price ateris passed the resemblance inots coal mining great There seem to be here greater f inVi limestpnes so pure in qualm anhr f coal in the lower markets k changes between coafe within shoii6Isr persistent in position whiQh often tances than arc commonfarther-rtorjh-- 1 M guides in the iaentiijeatio of TV pQaliseams near the Ohio river seera to f J -I BreaOiittCoiuuty - matter of some la and equividencr ko d seams The rjjl rhj rrrtt ruiiw nnit a the mouth of the CAnftnn 1uvara on of the coalpart a reem- - T I jia W nnv TO ov vtiwii rr a r xi liwuir- af rP lower fri vi it rrif fit- f abandoned i and another one tbTanceto that of the country near5 the f rnMTv j t wwn i v ononflH The so called mines are there- - Ohio riTCr but afterthe first two hun in4ffVvo t n oriptj nf shnllmv nits tho Moutii of Troublesome f Ceelcv dred and fifty feet ahoTe tlie cdngTdnSr v rojidGr -- WrTH -1 en jis soon as it is f ar enough vw totheAnuraber J- - J v j v 1 -- -- wi I i hTP VT r cArfrirvlirTiiio1 f- - My -- RnrA-rtf-- nt iirr f i fee l- -- J T J3 rZ jleniirely WlKL s Ex-Go- v- hh 4 C tt17 - 1 inM V - - Ka ixMmmmffi fH 4 wawAai VV ihe 11fcllvt m - l VV -- i - S5C0i - f r i7T -- J - nrJ 5KSSJSKLfSl- rr a a 1 t i t- i k v i r iTY hR sJfafc KrjESft -- g niiTt nn rirt ZvMJr0 - -- v C aiaSX 1 w 1 y I tsi - thaelv u -- J rtrr ni v lh- - t - v t 4M fc i - T - T 1 I - - I- f - J J -- - - m - lESATT HOUSE hi 9 m - miiraB rra licri T - w i Tr1 bthe s -- xJs 1 nlWjViJUU --- -- -- -- SSKL - ASHLAND HOUSB - - - J 5 JOJffiN Ai -- t i 1 I I - - iSMPL-e- t plkfort I V f wr - m -- i w a A A Il AK - - i v - - H jr OEABK a- r - juvvaij J- - W A f V A- v i- - 1 1 I - i - nrrr - - - - -- - -- r 9i tii JTj 1- s- - 1 t JwjMA -- J T PIEKATT Ar4-ATrt t tr - 4 J f -- v S2ScSfSSdia---- l ZS11 f m -- LACKSASSTM i1 - - i i - w i IAL in i Stay r 11 T U- v- -- t i pithjj t itor-m-chi- eJ i --- --- -- frtfliw m -- -- I i 1111 j ii - st S au iriti cvf iii I I - j - - - - tvrs - -- 3IES I I ly k w - i- w - l-- l- W- -t- - js rfk k - I W ti iiWIUli j- i- 1 J - Rki m - n- nil f at ras I j - - - w ttt i Ia 14 on-res- i-j J r irvrii UilP lllsilli v jy m V - w 0- - S h 4F3k S 1 4T - vjvtj 102 Pearl St i i ild t4nuiifi4tititm - v w iaw CASKET PaiTlilV PISEATT - -- GfOCerieSj a 1 yA - law i Councr-Jour-rVt- si 1 T - 1 1 A- - Lm- mum UJ lTirrS h Y -t-her-attention 1 I mm w m I i Kft m m coucheir j- - lt Pfrh - 1 i 1r- ivj jvj - f -- i - W I 4 mIB f 1 AMcfeu-fhatit-Jijiir-e- f ci 4R r vrT- 4 v- A- - - Tt 1 J j fesJ- - IL lftJt - S ij- - 7X- sT-- A09 tii r7t - - -- f VBfc fesmwxwcBfcfflirataisaiBa m t - IMM C V Sitf 1 K t J Sk yak si 3fcf - V - a i 6 - V ttttMHMnHMH Av Air - THE HEEALDl SfOO Per Annum R if a L N i K T4-- mn mm wkm xou eairKanoruHoslmt eyeflolthe advent of anv new yBT IT IS AND WHAT IT MAY SE feUSe JLaiiOW Uantiles While tins isyourlist tuft Win VT iv nnww Llf mscoverv a At wnnW BV l r LUtl Ell rft IUU unwise if younedect to seburo THEtSW A TTTOM ATTH TTTTR RRnrvr -a w r f The rntuio SetiVSt Large Manufactories happy Always In Advance - LobiBville Ky Feb 27 1885 Tkt safest war to transmit monw lt- - Editor of Tire Hazel Greex Herald toail k by regurteredletter post office moii i Some time since I had the pleasure v wtvibt uj ui u j uii jioiiey scut la tins way will lie at our risk and privilege of visiting your county I had carried in my mind some general SPENCER COOPER Editor ideas of its location and resources from the war days of 1863 and from a general examination of the state reports of our ismsm I HAifcL CuEEfli ICY mnlnmrml nrwr hnf T wns fnfillv nn WEDNESDAY il MARCH 4 1880 prcparetT to fid sncll enormous unde veloped wealth in a county so close to leading railway lines In an average of AXXOUXercHEKTS real wealth few coumics can surpass We are authorized to announce D S Woifey If the Kentucky Union railway 5 ezzsi rttt 5 GODSEY as a candidate for the legisla- Â¬ - t3rinwere completed by way of the Red river ture subject to action of the democratic SS53 JlVii fiWL W r-valley and Campton through Wolfe 4 party tt 53853 5K county in less than five years the income n m twe w M from the products of the county would TOBACCO OR GRAPES i surpass those of any county in the state Jl In view of the fact that we are almost BKa Great as Bourbon Fayette Scott Wood- Â¬ certain to have railroad transportation to the leading markets of the country at ford Clarke Jessamine or other of the ES3R J no tiistant day it seems that the wide Â¬ richest agricultural counties of the state Wr awake farmer should discontinue tobacco may be they have nothing which can raising and put his land lr something approximate the vast natural wealth of lJiV inbreproductiye Tobacco to say the Wolfe which is now classed in the un LIS pauper counties QJ least is the most injurious to land of any J fortunate list of i fCJJ mm 1T 11 r vuv thing grown upon it It takes up the llT1f iiiiu x ort uii cimiain il omy wmte uie 5Sw t strength of the soil and soon renders it pine south of the Ohio river I rode for ftikv unfit for the production of i remunera- Â¬ fifteen miles through splendid forests of tive crop of any kind Besides the this valuable wood Gentlemen from m prices which now obtain are fluctuating other sates with me were amazed at this so that when the farmer puts in a crop immense wealth noiv unproductive and he has but a vague idea of what it will beincr destroyed bv decay and forest fire NH Ijring him after his time and toil of raisÂ¬ Having seen the Michigan forests I feel -- c ing and curing it and indeed there is safe in saying that many of the trees in no certainty of its being cured in a way this belt surpass the best pine landstaf 2J to produce the best results Another Michigan and judging from what I per- VLn argument against it is the fact that there sonallv saw I should sav that there was aJ- Ckt3is scarcely any solid insurance company in Wolfe county enough of this white b Sn the land which will have the temeritv pine timber to make its value to the to insure a crop of tobacco in the com County for twenty years according 43 ing years after their experience of the to acreage equal to the wheat production of the best counties in Kentucky for a past season We would not advise an absolute cut Â¬ similar period If the timber were re- Â¬ J AVE ARE ANXIOUS TO HAVE A GOOD ACTIVE PERSOX TX EV NrxxELiA 75 Main For Iexington and Vicinity add tqa m ting off of the tobacco crop at once A moved agriculture would follow in the ERY TOWX TO REPRESENT ITS M Caskey Fur West Liberty and Vicinity at ret3 fruit farm will be more profitable by far wake of the woodmans axe and thus --Ei For Snndv Hook and Vicinity address ISlh M RedwiE-than tobacco Die soil here is admirably thousands of acres when denuded of XT Fleml Office in the Mammoth Reese Building For Maysville and Fieiniugsburg an vicinity addre Z J MT STERLING KY adapted to fruitsof all kinds and espe valuable timber vould produce tobacco 8STA few Extra Canvasser wanted who can Come Well Recommended13 For Olive Hill aud Vicinity address L Peeeiiy Eq Jamesuni cially grapes and after grapes- - wihe-- and fruits equal to the best products of making pure native Avme One acre of similar things in any part of Kentucky The extent and value of your oak for grapes on our land will produce more OF money tlian any one acre in the State t sis were equany amazing jne oaK timber of Wolfs county could not be w21Tpro3uie in tobacco i Jhe iarme who will this year planj a cleared out for twenty years and it can- - r ll Si viuleyard can have the satisfaction in nqt be excelled hi quality or quantity DEVLERS IZv aaC per acre bv am oak land iii America afti 3esslhan fivevears froisr i dayof knowM tall and straight and clear Ing that he iuis struck it xich1 y all elfolplanta south ftHlasxdei grapes jvD produce the highest quality of ship ite this year and as he vines grow save and railway timber An acre of much of the oak forest in Wolfe county would Blips and increase your acreage Doubt the wisdom of it if you will but cut this produce in one year more revenue to its foe --i i rars w in IT wnerthtm the pasturage from Ithe best oui and gluoit in some tawmspicuonsy piaceto read later on in life Even farm- - nlim wwnfca liii inlrfl TinrliTirti in i it1 sue-tarr-v- in erwho plants a vineyard inlSSa will in- Â¬ vearsi M Tf Tl JPL TIia vnl flonnsifs iriro mnr cnvvian i Nilvl JlUliUri UltU i- - VA5lJiK JtVlM L UJV 1 XiaVlUg int-3I-f crease Ids worldly wealth tenfold before Cnn ftfnnTrvA Zl rbnee of manv vcars in our line of business we foel iutifu m assemnjr i ai OOGXl inin O llll A ltfl Llll il 111 LJtlLll LlLU U111IUU1 J J another half decade shall have passed J J I tcide both Wholesale and Retail that we do cax and wiLLmeel the vai f iwav I lie demand for pure native oir patrons and make it to vour interest to patronize us Besides an imm wine is increasing year by year The stick of i extent to which grape growing and wine i 4ri Q crm J rv l ll ItSi Sirl rw VWV VW JS hiJ making can be carried on in this country tllL jWUl illCVi illlU lllll llil 1WU11V1 11CU1 is great beyond conception France has Campton which develops as one of the dn area xf 204147 square miles less than best coklinr veins in America Lands the irea of the state of Tevas yet on containing iraar deposits in Pennsyl- 427 per cent jof the area of France the vania ai wo li 2000 an acre A thor-Â¬ product of wine in 1870 was 1570371 ough analysis shows the seam to be thickTN 250 gallons worth at the low price of 25 OUS PBCAXi cents a gallon 392592807 or more than Pennsylvania coke making coal The v have now or hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWSand Cili the value of the entire wheat crop from Wolfecoiintycoal seems to be singularly tOm BOOTS SHOES free from suipimr The deposit begins i 4 SIEDS the whole United States for that year on the Red river west of McNabs moun- ar- - Jm haTJDmess foTsrettiiis f In other words France on an area a ttM01 juive btocK tam ana continues tnrougiiout tlie en- Â¬ litte more than one fifth the size of Ken NEOK tuck produced wine valued at more tire countji A thousand coke ovens could Ac tihan the value of the wheat crop of the bs profitably operated at or near Camp ton and the yield from these- and four or United States or of the cptton crop five coal mines would produce a dollar per day for every man in Wolfe county Kdrch 4th 188o SWANGO SPRINGS Tiie iron deposits were found also to AL IWHJM Y TJie wonderful spring bearing the be much thicker than was originally be Â¬ C R- - SWANUO above name is scarcely known bejoud lieved The best W T SY1XCO quality of iron ore is the borders of Kentucky and yet the found near Red river with a thickness I JBNext door to Exchange Bank Maysville Street Mt Sterling water of this5pring has jerfOrmed more of four feet in the vein and this within S wonderful cures according to the num- Â¬ eight miles of a very fine quality of cok- ber who have visited it than any spring iag coal thiLs DEALER IX making Wolfe county in the world not excepting even the and Powell one of the most economical famous Hot Springs of Arkansas Like places for the manufacture of iron in Breathitt and Perry counties are destined n m the water of Hot Springs it is as effeca America The coal and the iron can be whenever a railway is completed through i HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY cious in external as it is in internal use found within from two to ten miles of them to he the scat of the veiy largest j And unlike Hot Springs it is a sovereign each other both of a very high XEEPS COXSTAXTLY OX HAND V FCLI ASSOKTEKCT OF quality mineral and timber operations I hope remedy in lung troubles Several cases and I am informed that there is no place to be instrumental with your people in of consumption pronounced beyond the in this country where a similar Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Ready state of the development of this immense wealth trt of Life for skill of physicians have succumbed to a affairs can Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Â¬ and with your permission be found except near Cumlater on would free use of this water as a tonic while berland Gap on Â¬ Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Cc the Tennessee and Ken- be glad to lay other facts before your innumerable persons afilicted with rheu- Â¬ tucky line This would unquestionably readers Bexxet H Young ies Stoves and Farming Irnpleme matism owe their existence to the health enable parties to manufacture iron at In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and 3r V PRI giving qualities of it used as a bath not exceeding 11 to 12 per ton If Tlie chairmen of the democratic coun Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment These springs arc located three quarters We might go on and cite hundreds of this be true when niilway communi- Â¬ ty committess of the various counties of a mile from the beautiful town of llaxel Country Produce and Live Stock of even-- description of anv dehtfc all ipersons whose existence seemed a burden cation is established Wplfe county will composing this representative distric are Jreen Tho water contains a larger per life seemed ebbing away until in Â¬ be the seat of large iron manufactories requested to meet in Frenchburg on ccntage of iron than any other water known ia most valuable in the duced to try the yirtuca of Swango It is thus apparent that your county has Monday March 16th at 12 oclock noon hence it is the internally or externallycure of disease used iSpring When behold they announce Among the manv diseases which tlesh is in a remarkable degree and all right to-Â¬ for the purpose of fixing the time place heir to and for which this wonderful rater that iron is king and take a new lease gether the great essentials to wealth and manner of selecting a candidate in is known to he a positive and permanent on life Herein lies the secret of its and prosperity fine timber coking and this district cure are the following Lewis Appersox life giving properties it contains more other bituminous coal and iron deposits CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN Chairman j r i j Miiuinrn i n vtwam DISEASES SCROFULA CA Â¬ iron than any other mineral water in thc j A railway passing through Wolfe on the ffCRVcxcrm TARRH RHEUMATISM vorld Sick headache torpid liver con Â¬ I suggested line of the Kentucky Union NEURALGIA NER- Â¬ JOHN KEEP stipation neuralgia nervousness sallow would make for I Ptitor Ju M JJ county on annual C VOUSNESS the complexion restlessness dyspepsia are revenue from these threee products of We append a few of the hundreds of tcs DEAIKR IX sr all cured by the free and frequent use of 4000000 If such wealth were in Penn timyniais which have been tendered as to theefficacy of this water in disease jhis waiter But space forbids a fuller sylvania Ohio iiiiefj THE TIMES ILLUSTRATED msEfk or Indiana a line would One lady writes 1 am so than fill to the of the spring and the virtues be description Great Giver of all Blessings- that I tried constructed iii less than six months Swango Springs Frediy do I give all the of ithe water in the present issue We I was somewhat surprised not to find time and money spent there for the health appeal to all suffering humanity who more enthusiasm among MOUNT STERLING KY and strength I now enjoy the people of A gentleman of Illinois says I think the may read this article tc try this spring Wolfe Its taxable pr pcrty is now set water of Swango Springs did me more good as soon as convenient is waiacc St Y down at 000000 The construction of COACnERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I mm y will certainly be with vou again next spring CIALTY this road would in three years make the mrtQ1 f IL 1 Smitg J G Trimble References MsrshaU Is now the onlyeounty in land in this county worth 6000000 Af P L Reese Mt Sterling Ky F ILIIiukle IS no Uml CllP330St tlniW r eateky without a newspaper Win Mrs F M Ilinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Ulathd rZfr jE rr- -3 a tttsrP tKrtr rlyjis jSemocrat -AttlarmT fAav one wishing to visit Cincinnati Ky oiW vchester vmr r i 4 or Louisville can leave Th seem indisposed to even take stops for A large hotel is now being built which their homwith Your r Why Lisjje youre way off ample accommodation to visitors the county to pay for the right c f way ie and rest4 assured that they will receive will afford lecl jjext neighbor and daughter of darke for a line through i fes borders There can uvurv juiuiiuun uk wmuruu leu irroomeu- For further information inregard to board HARRISON SWANGO and bedded Solicitin vour custom I rec address vs some fifteen other Towell together with wr- - TKRTIirL Hazel Green Ky Yours truly JOHN KEEF Or this office be no question that Wolfe Morgan main M WWttBtt pounties are without that blessing i i V FEWMm IP xr - v j - - m t 1 JEfcl- - r A -- - wbtefi krt km Tho rfe ntw Tgt - ladies J It c lfc IV HZrtp w - - fcrf v KING OF j- - M - t -I- -- H C- - e -- - rh P4Q i sAw 1 w -- 1 BSE General Manager V -- The-trees-- o MT TERLIWG m S ij J i 1 L b 4 Pf rn mr- 1j ends greeting to tlie GOOD PEC PLE of Wolfe Morgan Menifet nr fflagomn ana4awei ay tiieir HERALD be a CeSS and ILliniSn I3einS IJeSII namt rrr-f-i-Tf W SP-i-nf- - 4 -- HA2EL EEEN KY stoattoLAEGAXDBTSICTro ACT3IET X B I 4 I - 4 orwT t -- - i remember that to X JU Ti I Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Dmgs - ff SXTHlLMITISS With Eilie and SLIPPERS aild the head with a Nice HAT contributes to comfort not the numerous and ana an tmim lbbx Tooacco WBAE and tides such as SHIRTS Country Produce taken in Exchange br Goods or in settlement of Notes and counts Your trade resuectfullv so licited J T JPD1T All of the above will be sold at lowest prices The ueensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c 9 9 II1 Furnis hing C ods TOM F Findings your friend ROGERS- KVa P Also dealer in Shoemakers5 Leather and 06 BR0- - j vnniTi to OBttllkU 0U11MD vw in ir m GENERAL MEBCHANDBE pwir -- The Water Afilicted Humanity IRON IS KING fnadothin aO kiiff -- - -- w rnJ m j 1 oars oll -- J FINE HORSES - w- Â¬ - 1 ths otcinnati lt I ami b lipOO iRRy tvllrr -- i --- -- - -- c t w - hZi 1 a- - in ir - SJ - -- y Ki - fJIV - - f m liiifrgiiTJMn iiT SRiaiiesaiiHMjLbwwv - tt -- isssse mWmwKmwmwmWimWiwUwt WKWmmmW- - -V gewiai---tf- - - -- - i- - T li - JW J w Vi r JPfrfFLr f era5iff - SSSaSKiflMPaSKSi iwasajaaaBBaEawiWMBeaHggBR 2 y -- - JMSWBfefr Ej - 3MSfcr SSagiiaKeit 1 i eiatagv rq H in -- iimtti i JMMLMIWHPWW sgfctirmg -- --- tti rrr TinlTwiiMBrTillMMir -5 - - Y Jgr f i A X3 - rAs -- j L - c Msoai iilf-V-- i T m iii MnWfMiMaMMMgBI to A very sad accident occurred on Gil- - anviJiinu 51 ok iiTirht- It is - useless lor savlsioOAvell of hih f he iiimDiic sneaker kutiwn n ibis eountv m Jb astern lveiuiselcv Iet those deiinncla day resulting iu the death of yfofden r Vv I trtatHn the wav uffhits rresistuhle J3JE1V of that neighborhood ic up- - EASTE RN KENTUCKY WEVjSV innaIoqucncc tnuke it a point to be loiicl R jiris- pears thjii Andy I Linden was clearing COUNTIES- - A luitlXhc tenmerhuie people are preset ilg Vited sev- theIfattle to tlu uiuuiiu - en je i niece of around awl una tv Drsn ut eral to n working as the custom juJ Always In Advance this section Elf aud Linden were chonp einurtedjyUyJfpjecial Currespoutleut frnn S15ILERS illPJptHut in the aibnntalns otf oe tree u uscar jiuiemauu n I Corn nnd feed are scarce Lindens were YaAcorrmwicleittia everr j son wtJbove them chopping on anoth Amos Nickellj who hts been quite k k on the hill liotli Wolfe County prtscmcia tie eauitferf Wolfe Mor-- r is slowly improving mr4 J1II vv u vpe CAMPTOX 4 cnj reamy- tu iuu nr iuuj HK iekell is operating His large coal ti jwjsetime and those chopping on fnr7Tt tltrt 0il T Afortt23RToc Aiinft ibank iiie T Xevf h B TXer free called out to those helow femirt Juifee G B SvjuiK6mittfHl5ii 3T8 tbe iwowwtL n J BAmyx hiw his 4tlk rmtfr rt iktOinII present T C and it is as line as any intobacco handed orl V3 to fldok out when it is supposed Ely HVIUIIJ UilbillV the country mistook the warning and thought it was Johnson Z T Hurst J 0 Lykin J if plowini and puttinir their The farmers atwsa the tree upon which he was choppingr to Kasli Col L M Bay and J M Quillin rhn- farms in shape are 1 tnniuti lrnm ilcrv nn liind Innrinir atrAr wiucn tnev reierreu Any wav ne lust ri w vr Isam Longhius about H AXEL WrlrJVftQrJslepixid hack three feet when the tree interest of their clients as also was W W- L ere attack of fever recovered from a se- 31c Guire of West Lihertv hut more es- v sosnamAp --MAJftU 165tfrom shove fell striking him on tli back pecally preparing for quarterly court GRASSY or tue aecK aim Killing mm instantly A In the county court Lourana Lindou was Hon W H Taulbee called on us last Sat He wasii man about thirty five year of appointed administratrix of the estate of urday and we were glad to see the senator age He leaves a wife and one child James Lindon deceased A looking so well U46weeklo The bereaved family have the sympathy TK XKKAXJ 1 A M Swanso having received his com i jiAifl e John Leach died suddenly at his residence Iwrjf iy c iiftMrr mission and appointment was sworn hi as on Grassy last Friday only guttering nave of the community in their sorrow about it 1H1M14M justice of the peace lor district No 0 maue iwo uuurs xic leavus u wuc anu eleven set WHt it livr J On Saturday last on Lacy creek sometime vacant tli tyf JM4 wrtet in says he by his resignationoinee wnunago He children and host of friends and relativ es jiKtr KKiue caimot hold an r this county a child abut three years of uui wnen jippoinieu never leis go elected- j0 mourn his loss age was so badly burned- - that it cannot J M DeHavens and Ambrose Coffee have John Allen and liye Its mother Sourena Fletcher had and sworn as deputyJohn Center appointed gone to Magoffin on business sheriffs ElbyFugate has iust returned from left it iu the house while she went to as II S Helton wasappomted and sworn aa nia where he sold his farm for 1300 Virgi 71 Klby i sist jn preparing the corpse of Mrs Mar deputy county court clerk says he is done going to Va BiMrTfi tlie nrKefi9ISK Coldiron garet Campbell who had died that mom peace was liJ 31 Terrell justice of Ben Shoemaker of Seott county Va was vlte mb m dattghws- ingfor burial It is thought that the censed to perform the ritesthe matrimony of on Grassy recently little fellow was playing in the fire when The office of constable in district No 7 WcTJ iet a giitfer Seiitiael- - his clothing Ignited and there being no was J T Gevedon has re rented the property rmIr declared vacant lito morrow one present hut two or three small chil- of S W Cecil for the present year r WHiJiViHiMr G T Center shcrilF was allowed fifty dol drenitv as badly burned John DRose lars for arresting Wm Ciskey charged with Henry Roe has opened his blacksmith shop at Cecils s tore 3kSI0 rth the murder of James Lindon f oampbDii j aboufcitliree hundred yards distant heanl Nickell Oakley Co are rolling logs into w S M Tutt made settlement with the court s Gjrassy and preparing for the first tide the screams of the children and ran to as committee for John Barker lunatic it x t is a welcome visitor on The Lvn J Five dollars were l IKetl Os SKuiMTMSt fever Wni FUFUX T n m am7alit ie use of Charlie Rice forappropriated for the Grassy Heraldone should pay for it before j Every one mouth luue KUOW wis xuming arounu in tne Itoxy news floor wild with the pain was suffering S M Tutt ibraier sheriff made final set- reading the TURK the clothing and part of its flesh havimr tlement with county court AMTJEL McKEE Fifty T cirttW trade fg a liftiSSetter in UX off- 3fr Kose did what he could done on dollars were appropriated for work the couvt house its suflcnng but it is thought t n it va ATTORNEY AT LAW Tuesday March id quarterly court con- Â¬ tle child CnotBos3iblv live G- - B Swaugb presididgy 34 vened Judge m 2 tp 441 W Jefterson Street at do t aRr 15 causes SSJk If vou are tliinking of buying a fine causes on docket 14 judgmedts 1 dismissed 1 TPHJ t iiiv TnirinotiAi i it t i i LOUISVILLE KY continued dismissed agreed mt of clothes soon ifou should bv all without prejudice 1 dismissed byorder of WiilpCWvrrT L S nA v guPractices all the adv crtisement F i W-t Vi 4 i X9ZOcr 3r j means read the appears in ourof Tom to-- Iainiiff Quawerly court continued two special attentionin given toState Courtsofand fe n business all Rogers lvhich days and considering the fact that several paper JT kinds in the United States Courts uiiy ox you are tmn King ot snaKingoii eases were holv contested on both sides N H TRIMBLE J Jo3iaarf of the yoke of single blessedness for the the judge did Well in disposing of the dockinglt hi Ilad enroute more congenial one of matrimony Mr et so rapidly trying all causes that were SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY home froiit Joejsdlie YOUR GOODS CHEAP Rogers can make you the ideal bride read and giving litigants and their attorneys all the leniency they could ask Three groom clothing one of Horsenf our section should stop decantbysuits He you withthe iiiu his appeals were taken to the circuit court FROM claims W 31 Combs sviiji jiDttsgeci wneutney go to Jttt ireats furnishinir iroods of all kinds in a court on Monday of Jackson was attending Itlkrger stock to select from finer material ierliBest Xonday John BaileyjJrfe and low prices He has been in the bus- Â¬ atDied On the 4th inst Bear Pen braneli or near his residence on heeiiie aavcrdsement Horses WanM iness tweuty years and no one in Mt He had gone out on his farm to make rails cd Heres a chance for our farmers its Sterling knows better than he how to and having split open a log dropped dead DAYSBOROTTGH KY sell some of their stock He had been in poor health for sometime jlcater to the wants of his customers E HERALD Cvtr I C - - ysTir u more creel -- last-Etur- - - it I HAN LY JUDY U SlOO Per Annum - a i s- MT STERLING XY i- - - - Have moved to their Large New House on May sville street and have added largely to tHeir stock of - rf -- 9pJF 1 - -- Hardware Ctueensware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels c M Â¬ iHe tkcy Which they are selling at Sock Bottom Prices Call and see them in their new quarters fall stock of Wagons Buggies Eockaways HANLY JUDY -- - Â¬ ADAM BAUM AND 7 Â¬ Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and wellser lected Stock of PSe1 - S - W Â¬ ftink St lr Pr 11 - k 1 - 1 ijSytS817 - Ia0utJJaSti Â¬ thl-iuiil-L- -l frn fr caj- t- - iijijiflh ii - -- w tt 5 Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go K -- -V- 4-iIUL Frat0onday rr1 TtOBT 3L TRIfMBEli Â¬ Â¬ 4F RIMBLE BROS X i 1CiCIId9 WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN v 4 T Day sold to D S Godsev a SUSvs i Several young men from Texas who aiorse for 110 and a bay ponv toiplr moved from Ivnott county Ky some Jones of 3Cnotttxuntytfor85 time ago passed through town on Friday last returning to heath sat rsJS S Combs of Campton was in isfied that there their native like home is no place tows eyeml days last week visiting her especially wlien that home happens aser Hrs J 3L Kash who kite been be in the mountains of Eastern Kentuckyto quite sick This thing of go west vounsr man is a t fine T J buyingF Daylwd- SkUvo5 Bro tion thing ou railroad maps anddoemigrabut it are cattle for tliEt Sterling whencirculars Kentucky wont best boys bit at state ss market ad will liayetlienron the mar-- on this foot stool --ind is tlje the eastern jiart onieo8rfc mv of it is the bonanza of Kentvcky lark this stay at home and invite immigra- Â¬ wife who ire teacli- - X T Tkows jyd 11 V ingscMooiat rtaicmirg were visiting tion capital and labor irs iuoHs s iUier liev J x FicfnittT Some real live man can secure a good J Prosperity and success to The SPRADLIXG Herald Horses Wanted f Â¬ Â¬ - 1 M qu SandRv hist the Bead Txb Hjekaltj carefully before ing general manager of the White sew- Â¬ machine ytm go3Ct SterliBgnd sec that jou do The White is company Mt Sterling undoubtedly king patroehse some bouse not advertised sewing machines and Mr Reese isof all jut yoix lKje paper as surely king of all sewing machine We can trutfally boast of two of the agents Write to him for terms to aest hotels iud three of the handsomest agents and you will never regret it butÂ¬ first churches in the mountains of Kentucky ment examine Ids mammoth advertisein our paper and see if have In Hazel Green therefore there is no ever before seen any machine you hand- Â¬ as lack of spiritual or bodily comfort some thinbycorreondipgjyjJJiXReescv Wheat I am sorry to say looks very bad and I fear we will not make half a crop Corn is short and is held at 95c to 100 a bushel Roughness and fodder are in good demand with but little to be had Miss Sallie Skeen is suifering with a bad cold and cough Mr Skeen has removed from the mil to Mr Browns farm Mrs II I Sp nulling has just received a lot of fruit and and rose trees to ornament her yard Mr H T Horton of Campton will move into the house that Mr Collingworth vacates next week J W Cox is working atll L Spradiings mill putting in a new corn mill which will Juvin woi4kingvorderaiextiJVJoek--5L- A Bud Spradling has been attending court at Campton this week Messrs M Tutt T K Tutt and J J Tutt are attending school at Campton I am sorry to say that W It Pel frey has had his home burnt and lost myst of his household goods The Hekald is liked very much here and it is the wish of your correspondent that it may find its way into every house in the mountains Albion -- We wish to purchase two car loads of good HORSES and MARES Musbe in condition and work well- - We will be at The Trimble Stable kept by JOHN KEEF in ilt Sterling Kv on IMONDAY MARCH 16thl885 Court Day MONTGOMERY HEAD Of Teniiessee j Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling 2y They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED IN 1845 i rA IHYSlClAiS a 51 J M KASH svv AJND SUKGEUJN SSe- - i- - Tenders his professional services to the citi izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Otfiicc at residence on Broadway HAZEL GBEKX KY 4- The Leading Insurance Agelfcy OP MT STERLING KY Tovai Assets of Agency - 5143848780 80 1SS1 Born To theulfe of Dr F SL Thomas Our readers will consult their own in- - I on that you n this place daughter Beulah Lock terest bv reading the advertisements of the hearinst and asstarted The Herald en4th a well wisherof the wood It is unnecessary to add that J T F Day Swango Bro Caskcy terprise I send you a few items Doc is the happiest man in town and Stillwater from where I write and where Pieratt Swanzo Springs Frank Tyler they do say thac hLs mill customers get Pieratt House JT T Pieratt J L ICash I was bom and reared is a beautiful and flfVith half toll now A P Lacy Dr Kash and Dr Taulbee pleasant place to live The creek is about also A M 2ickells card Daysborqugh i10 miles from its headwaters to the entrance nto Red river B Hays has quite a flourish Â¬ and the cards of Combs Prof N Vaughn and Here we have fine timber such as poplar ing school and among his scholars man Quillin Lykens of Campton In fact oak beech hickory chestnut and many dis- vjung ladies and gentlemen from a it will be money in your pocket to con Â¬ other kinds of Value The enrolled representing the coun-- sult all the advertisements and deal ac Â¬ been consumed lesssome extent walnut has tnceare to cordingly Stillwater produces more stock of a good iid Fayette His open entertainments quality than any other stream of its size invariably draw crowded houses Tha attention of our readerr is directed and more corn wheat oats and potatoes to the advertisement of the Mt Sterling Tor Thumb Hon W O Mize makes a proposition iron fence foundry and machine compa- Â¬ PAYSBOROUGII in this paper to all who owe him which ny Saw mill men especially should one The read strikes us as I very liberal Amos Nickell is quite low and it is and send their saws there to be iwatch he proposes to give away is the hammered and ground Thev repair all feared he will not get well than which kinds of machinery in the best manner if Born To the wife of A B Edwards a celebrated Waterburv is not a Tsetter time piece known and the fence advertised is very orna- - Pew uavs since a hov weight seventeen and there being doubted The lVe wear one nd know tney are good mental and substantial Write to R T a half pounds weighedweight weighed nearlv and it was uiRim ones Bean supt for catalogue eignteen pounas AVill this do for a head Â¬ -- STILLWATER Royal of Liverpool 3I000000 00 1 1SG1 London and Lancashire Liverpool ami London lbiu of Liverpool 960000 00 PORTER LACEY and Globe of gEnstand 3GS7o000 00 1S10 Hartford ofllartford 454IyM0 m 1S09 North British 1S49 Springfield orjSprinrfieId Mercan Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW tile of England 33301000 00 1863 Firexnens Fund of Calf- 179 i Ins Co of Norttr America lilt XI iL NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF 971090 33 1S59 Northwestern National of Philadelphia DEPOSITIONS 1710 Sun Fire Officcof London iSfi3000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1S740JT 0 o3S391G 46 1S65 Boatmaus Pittsburir 172 Phenix of London - 41110-- 00 nllAZEL GREEN KY U Insuance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known i corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as tliey i- would y banker or a pers n who is to hold their fnndsin trust Look to quality as the WITH - K J P ROGERS paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN Louis Stix Third Eace and Co Office At Traders and Deposit Bank IMPORTERS AM JOBBERS OP Dry Goods and Notions Uxion Streets CINCINNATI JOHN WJONES DEALER IN nwni HIT U 0 GWG11I 1 fi Tjnpw OPJ oiifuina u MT STERLING B N Spradlingj of the firm of Spradling V -W omflrntcr t OUr 14JW11 tUilHiUCUl tlllCU tHlWc Wl IU HJ3D ivll HTC lSSb CVJi nf- n nn rr li 1 M Hanks Spradling Ky was in town one -la V bacco of the White Burley variety on day last week Jlrs W xT Caskeyn 31rs J JLKash ne frrnillMj seison or 18fU nndhLs W W McGuirc of Wost liberty has vi Ct crop ToV the sum of ecu visitiusr his father James H McGuirc 200 pounds for r of this place itDr Kash and Irs Elizabeth Johnson home use He sold 3950 dounds I his John P Center deputy sheriff of Wolfe was a splendid crop county has been in town on professional 1- Recently there were two boys commit- Â¬ Joe D Nickell is the father of twentv- ted to thecounty jail of Wolfe charged two children and one woman their mother with petit larcency to the amount of one A Nickell sells mens brogans af 135 pint of whisky and a Wolfes county And lawyer was employed to defend them for Slorgnu Count the following collateral fee 3 pistols 1 jrAYTCWX fiddle 2 barlow knives 1 set of marbles Of 1 French harp and a shepherd dog J J Canoy of Montgomery is in town sized their pile course he just J F Oshorn of Cornwell passed through II Our town as an exception to the gen- town last Thursday ciiroute for Camjton u nMoe J nn ruie nas oeen visiicu oy muiai si- - T v L 111 -- Mrs Alice Frazier of Coles county and a sister of Judge G B Swango f our town who has been suffering with severe 4tttacK or remiitant icver we e glad to announce to her many friends d relatives in this community was nvalescing when heard from a few ivs since sawyer LEON MARKS CO NO 10 MAIN STREET KY Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky Clothin AND CLOCKS FROM ONE One Dav Clock strike 1 Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons 100 DOLLAR UP - i2k00 900 w X -- - - - 5 Sr0 -- - rw lJ 1 CLOTH HOUSE S W COK jrParticular attention paid to Rcpairin 9 CalLand see my goods JOHN W JONES- - 53CGre ofhir jut lKAW AXD VINE STBEETS CINCINNATI O THE MT STERLING Utistiu Ritchie and Evans Piedmore Knott county3 passed fto citizens ofon Some of our enterprising citizens are Jbridav last on tneir having a nice sidewalk laid from the thjougn town jvavhome from Covington Unfortun Christian church on High street to the ately they ha been moonshimng anu crossimr of Main street This is a much Wl inonRiuence have been boardinjr at needed improvement and we hope the rateiexpensa of the government some good wort may dc continued until every Utty days Boys go thy way and sin street shall have neat walks u V Rev J T Pieratt will preach at the old Grassy church Saturday at 3 oclock Miirch rn chanre of the improvements on- before tlic third Lords day in Also at Sunday at 11 oclock and on k feurt house at Cxunpton has deter- Sol Longs school house on Saturday to locate in our metropolis aim Kcured the dwelling recently occu-- night m pv Oscar Hall 4Wc welcome linn Married At the residence of George midst as we hold open doors for W- Phillips on Lacy creek Sunday Eeb labor and good citizens 22 James G Lyons of Hazel Valley to Milly Hall ot tnis county 3riamriHi mill company under Ark GMrs Swango officiating Saturday from Piketon where he had gone B IU is haying a boom Judge ll tuuiui Willi Jliliuciu tuuipii Jaagenent r44ering geacnil satisfaction We Win Day of Breathitt county was in not being allowed bail was sent to the Mt tor it saccess witn sucu mt u m town last week visiting the family of J Sterling jail for safe keeping A Childers has put that prince of millers Dr E rft as general manager anu mo- T Day He paid this office a visit and iuRfront of his store whichdown a sidewalk a much needed rwr Many improvement By the way 3faytown might subscribed for The Hebald mllson to Jiandle jnrm we are maice some improvements in the way of P company expect to thanks BilL that the sidewalks A hint to the wise is sufficient their Pt YJnsTilp Mr Godsevl Col L M D of vour place will deliver ns tlough kontforndk1 1ooks i fa temperance lecture here next Thursdav would be our next redresentative MtHMMBT next week i 3fr boss carpenter J S Clarlcevthe liberty who is icontractor of West semi-centenni- al M L business Leslie E Swetman of West Liberty visiting his sister Mrs Iv B Mav Leslie is one of West Libertys most accomplished voting men un a r lilt 11 IJ1U icf HItiilLJ tfl f JlTl lillJ1ll TBaud of Hope the followhig officers were elected President W C Daniels vice president Miss Ella E Clark secretary E B May chapliu and treasurer R Bolin Miss Yicie B Gillaspie has commenced a select school at this place She taught two months last whiter and rendered general satisfaction It is to be hoped her school may prove a decided success this time The fourth Sunday in this mouth Rev Obediah Sexton will preach a sermon at this place having been an active miuister in the M E church south for fifty years 4 B E ROBERTS WJTII In Fence Mm k No oPier shop outside of Louisville can say the same mill men will do well to cull ou us or write for catalogues mrmsneu on appiicauoa io sS-Saw 1bqp nn Pi 1 - -- ri- Carter Bros Co 1 WHOLESALE Dry Goods John A Carter D A Fcrline Jo C Bathe and Notions 729 731 and 733 Is now manufacturing Ten different stvles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron FcHchjasd are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrmiglit Iron Fence ard that the best in the world can buv no other We also make a style adapted to enclosing countrv burving grounds Our Fences are not only thewtjtwb stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them s grtlY enhanced in beautv and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the wostfciod ern machincrv anil our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or hnest per-Â¬ formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and mike a V James G Carter J dimming and Hammering Saws ifrMtion MAIN STREET J G Carter Jr J LOriSVILLE RY E YOUNG Wholesale and Retail R T BEAIT Supt ss COMBS Mt Sterling Ey FRANK TYLER 1 Z J DEALERS IN X VAUGHN TI - S 1 IvS AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Streets jZJ Gash paid for country produce of all Cor Main and 3Iarioa CAMPTON KYr kinds game butter eggs chickens c GROCER LEXINGTON t- OOMBS VAUGHN BLACKSMITH HAZEL GKElCNt 1 General Merchandise Ynv ICY I and repaired in the bestimmmx ir r - wsirons i and- all kuMte O trHorse Sftoelar Sweciarm Mturm T irHnr UyHk5- Htfe - -- z 1 tv i -- mir SSS-A- - r JAT Q fwj yHSty W n- - HgigVy r71 Sffif fi r rgyararteacirtetea giiTiiri Tiinimfrtrr7in Wm ngT W r- ri II vi Et taMCTyJ-fnfMMtiMiipri- rj-ii -- - - If HM IJHJ IMM TTtrtacJtJTJ J 1lr - -- 4 T v j iaexiKsawayMastel 9t Is 5yS V A p3fe - -- VICE PRESIDENT HENWHCKS - THECABJNCT j iarfi as nerusband doss thlr miast old fashioned inanon in the strenie southern portion o TTihningfcon oyerlooking Dela wsrejbav Mr Baylird is xrobably worth AND Sl00O0i 30000 of which he inherited from tus father -- 15000 psryear The suits in the coiifctstin -SGKNES which the city was concerned seldom involved less than 15000000 to 20000000 Mh wiutney is tall and lean with a freo sand iasy javenila maimer Heis fond of good WASHINGTONS GRAND GREETING TO iinners and good society GROVER CLEVELAND IMUGUML -- mi8KKXitoaeDtekmgdabQBi asi ad I nisoii were to be woe fey wUng Tie number of poeeeriaed Scfweva was nofe anjesKseoaaxrsceiTing fire aad each 1 Siotfortynata enough to secure tickate o ad P ami PcmJ dfeetofees of the er A iiMOkr8tie Th JCeK Whs Arc to 14e tte SMp f State Under the Jiew DaBOcratle Kelme 7 i T H i- r jiiio Viv xrceu1 in jusuunz anu T Gorgeous Scones of Pomp and pa geanSry Illustrated Tlio Xew A- ministration in Possession N f vi jiii viRna iWgf i we opened the galleries - representative two t -Manrholdiner ockccs to h whig but not to the galleries fflfed tba wgs and corridors Tho military organi3t0B- assembled in the cross streets about fee Capi tol pak where they lesjined wkntbe president-elect delivered his inaugural address As soon s fee doors of tbeseasi erapidly XS ra aoccrn Saon TTrrnP3iar3ZoaLlTvQt QI7DQX3SaL-X-ii4 wTKTiTm J I I - Sn Mr IlLlJ W I pP RlJiP coro I r i ATTOItNEr GENERAL r - St llargMt saajority cverivfjn to any candidate ped into his phlfe Perhaps the rarcstluck that for the same office in aa7 state of the Union ever oeiei jjaniei juanmaf was xne liKinjr red on November 4 was elected president w illiam Cassidy took to him The e iitor of Seek is the brief but remarkably brilliant The Argus was not Only a kean politician an poUtioal career of President Cleveland He accomplished scholar and a brilliant writer is descended from a 2Jew England family but he was one of the most bighly bred men jooted orite religious aeal His great grand aver known in Albany society TVom his Jatiaer was Cbngrogational minister of Kcr honest Irish parents young Manning got the Vicjb Conn His father Eichard Cleveland rugged constitution and powerful frame that Prfisbyterian b He married a Hiss have been to him more than a fortune and a reaL pi Ealtimoi e and soea after settled as college diploma But from William Cassidy pastor of a littls church in ths town he learned suave courtesy and easy dignity of Essex K X where Grover was Efc has often been said that no man could as- Beceiving a sociato with Cassidy and not learn to behave born March IS 3837 common scnooi education and a brief like a gentleman JJivldaimimr has been the course of study at an academy young president of a bank a leader in the enterprise trover astermincci at tne agoot eigntesn to Df Albany and the greatest single power in ro west and seek his fortune so he started his community He has great common seusa for Cleveland 0 being attracted to that and basinets sagacity qualities that have city because it bore his TOmo On his way made his paper a power and turned the oppor-tfaere he stopped afcBaffalo to visit his uncle tunities it throw in his way into the roads to Mr Lewis P Allen who offered him a clerk- Â¬ an honest and a handsome fortune He is an ship in order to prevent him going further adroit and imparturbablo politician who west This position he accepted and soon uses candidates rather than others in after determining on law as his prof ession his game Ho has never until now be entered the office of Bogors Bowen held an oluce though I13 has disposed 10 Bogers to study JnlS5S2ie was admitted to many JIa lias long been a disciple of ifce har Pour years later he was appointed bamuel J Tilden and as chairman of the assistant district attorney for iha county of democratic state committee he has a national Erie which position he Tield for three yeara reputation In 28G5 he was nominated for district attor ney but wasdefeated In 187Uho becamea i member of the law firm of Bass Clevelana Bis3elL Mr pgleveiand is Ha3oi afamilyj j TREAyRY Am sWhat Mr Manning is hn owes to himselt i was so hord jrnd short that at nine rears of age ho was foreed to earn a liv-flSGVIS CLErKTtyP P2E2CDSST OF THZ J in r ns office bov in The Albanv Areus whsro ha learned to set tvpe mskinc his war into f jMS793fcjCleve2sDd was chosen sherifi William Cassidy the edttor s good graces ieqoaafcj2f and sarved a single Hewas a sterdy bright iaced active lad he was elected mayor of the with a direct simple way o saying things Jterm fekf f Buffalo mthefrTno state and on Ko that soon made aim avaiiania as a reporter Teaiber of the following year he was elected In time Cassidy made him city editor and eovesraor of the state of Kow York bv the 1 on Cassidvs death vcars afterwards he stei V I r v DATTEL -- MANNING SECRETARY OF THE - 2 O AUGUSTUS H GABLVNT 4 Inll xj Though a native of Tennessee Senator Gar- Â¬ lands family removed to Arkansas when ho was but one year old He received a collegi- Â¬ ate education in Kentucky and was admitted to the bar at the ago of twenty Ho was a delegate to the state convention that pas3ad tba ordinance of secession and subsequently served in both houses of the confederate con- Â¬ gress He was elected to the United States senate from Arkansas in 1S00 In lTi ho was elected governor of his state took his seat in the United States senate in 1877 and was re-Â¬ elected in I8S3 Garland is one of tho ablest men in the senate Ho is one of the finest southern gentlemen in Washington Senator Palmer says ho will bo a credit toJTr Cleve- Â¬ lands administration as far as ability goes iio is indefatigable in committee work his legal knowledge and oudicial impartial- tiy have made him an invaluable member of the judiciary committee Ee does not pay much attention to bis personal appearance Ho is a widower and has three children Ho lias a pleasant homo on Massachusetts avenue in Washing-Â¬ ton and oue at Littlo Bock Ark Â¬ ILL8 SK m fct a TITE PRESIDENT AT THE WHITE HOUSE Mvm - tow m ir m The aboyt Map sJbowx tiprawipalpoiat preceded of iiiterest-iwg- tW day Tb idati of tha president and the by tho sergcant-at-armsvic- e rucessionl iaiotiA by tie dotted UwtJ secretary returned to the senate chamber No 1 i3 AittHfciog Proaaa Cktr and the president accompanied by the com-Â¬ andss temymj stopfgag placer 3eL2 1 mittee of arrangements proceeded to the ex white hous3o- - 3 the casta r lfb iM ecutive mansion I Washington Midit where the prooeatics W 2anitsconntorarckSa5 TbocMs ctcif roonies the members of the senate At 1 oclock on tho conclusion of the ly Trrnrriiairaii irtr rTTiiTTaiflaft t Nia J r tho pension buildisg wbro tae ball was ketd Nov 7 Waaaisgioa rarummut m where tlse firs works were let offL TrTrrrr tc wvw -- -- H of peofdawera attracted by the display m mhobm HBSft m iH lii 1 m A plf JW if in iiiii Ui n J JA -- 1 THE INAUGURAL PROCESSION t oaielchilarea - jn a i r Kr-rv - c rl U t j - - i m r P 7 Jr wl It 1 7 2HOMAS A3TDREWS HENDRICES VICE DEJTT OF THE UNITED STATES 4P5 Thomas Andrews Hendricks was bom m Mnsklngura county Ohio September 7 1S10 Jnl22 his father settled in Snelby county Ind Thomas graduated at South Hanover college in 1843 studied law at Chambersburg Pa was admitted to the bar there in 1813 and xturnei to Inviiana to practice In 181S he was a member of the legislature andain 1850 sv wuu --- f 1855 wnxiAsi caovrnrsniEUD irroiDOTr sscr2- TARY OF WAR rn2si- - delegatqtithe state constitutional conven- liwwu UJU1XI wtrrtwnTi rvi iwsi jh w Jiu4 aj iww ii M5 iuwo4iuoA k TMnu- He graduated from Harvard college in the class of 1347 and married his cousin a daughter of George Peabody He has two caildren a son and a daughter Judge Endi cott was admitted to the bar about 1S50 Gov Washburn appointed him to a seat on the su preme bench in 1S73 which beheld until 1S2 when he resigned He is a member of the Massachusetts Historical society and of the board of overseers of Harvard college Judge Endicottisa direct descendant uoin tGov John Endicott Until the Boll and Everett campaign ho whs an old line whig At thai time he come into tho democratic party Ac t abous 1S27 Â¬ I Ex Judge Eudicott was born in Salam To a man on top of tho Washington monu Â¬ ment the capital must have looked as it did in the spring of 18G5 when tho victorious armies and the multitude behind with fchem gathored hero Again tho multitudes iured m from every side of the city Great es of moving musket barrels gleamed in flags and transparencies wQLimej sun banners swrose abovo the compact masses of marching civilians Gorgeous bands formed resplendent jquares hero and there and so closely packed fvero tho shifting multitudes of spectators fill-Â¬ ing the spaces between tho car trades and tho buildings that tho very ground seemed alive rho sight of the marching troops ascending Capitol Hill from all directions wn a grand 3ne and different strains of music from nnny bands had an inspiring effect upon tho nultituda By half post 10 oclock the space ast of tho main entrance of tho capitol was itei ally packed with human beings Many persons took positiouss on tho steps of the house wing us early as 7 oclock in order to lave a good view of tho proceedings Nearly is far as the eye could reach from tho capitol in all directions the streets and avenues wer 3 crowded with military organizations Both from avenue Pennsylvania Lncius Qucrnus CURTIUS LOIAR secre- rides of lilightecnth street to the capitol were lined tary OF THE INTERIOR Lucius Q C Lamar U a typical coutherncr with a surging mass of humanity The stands aTectedlongJftie Efiuja weiejcroydedaudthu innppQrainc LiutiuaiXiLtiaimnaf-aitd45r-ono-J greatest enthusiasmprevaiis 5f the brannest man m southoni ixih tics He is in liis sixtieth year and had a iiversilied and otreml interesting career After his admittance to the bar at the age of iwenty two he spent many ynrs as a tutor in various colleges He was a member from Mississippi of the 33th and 3Gth congressos prior to the breaking out of tli9 war but reÂ¬ signed to take part in tho secession convention of his state In the confederate anry ho won a colonelcy After the war ho was olected to the forty third and forty fourth congresses and then elected to tho United States senate in 1S77 and re elected in 1SS2 Tho eulogy of Charles Sumner delivered by Mr Lamar in the house of representatives in March 1S7 1 was the advance step toward healing the sec- Â¬ tional differences that existed between the Mr Lamar is a widower north and south and lives in furnished lodging3 in Washington He knows and aires is littlo about money making as a child and is consequently llllll -- JSP L J9 VICE IRESIDEXT IIENDRICBS THE SENATE ADDRESSING f t X - - f - SCENE IN enÂ¬ A HOTEL CORRIDOR TOR SIGHT O -- mittee of arrangements The president pro- Â¬ Ho Turas over the White Hos Xy aaL ceeded direct to tho presidents room and the Impart Some Valuahle SugjUis president elect to tho vice presidents room To PresidtinC Grttver C3eveaad where they remained until they entered tho Dear Skkr The painful duty o teniae senate chamber Having been introduced by tho committee of arrangements they occu- Â¬ Dver the administration of these UaitedStali pied seats reserved for them in front of the and the key to theifront door of the wfcite The committee of ar-Â¬ house has been assignetl to me You will Aai presiding officer tho key hangirg inside the sfcormrdoor aaA rangements took seat3 on their left Tho vice president elect proceeded to tho tho cistern polo upstairs bx tfea bayairC vice presidents room where ho remained the barn I have made a great sasy mggeeticxa to until ho entered the senafb chamber where iho outgoing administration rsjftMre to tfafc the oath of office was administered to him by t transfer of the Indian bare from tae aw- the president of the senate pro tern He then delivered his address o the senate partment of the interior to thatt of tin by and by The Indian I xmr say aevacaioT i great source oi annoyaaett u vs - teral the senate wing by the bronze doors each accompanied by a member of the com Â¬ The president and the president elect BiLL NYE TO gr8ver r v VI V3 tH iy ar - J 2a ft M Mill V ri Sf F -- Â¬ I I popr- - z t t r I IC2w- CiO- ieir number having jumped A- - c - fcii if II II It 3 - f to Indianapolis district in congress from xyj was cuxnuusbioaer ot iub gcuerax iuuu office and from 1SGS to 1859 was a member of the United States senate in which he was re garjied as tho democratic leader As candi- Â¬ date for governor of Indiana he was defeated j fiieCO and 18CS but was elected Inwrror lift line hAfln J pleadili a c ntood i Ho has never been prom inent in politics until ho was the nomiiic Qof tho democratic party of Massachusetts for governor last fall andidthough defeated he 4 receivedpaVeryshandsomo vote hifh in rank rrv tnnrmrh nnri in veiy dignified Aa judge he J s i- THE PRESIDENTS RECEPTION M January 1 1S77 US xl candidate for the vice presidency In 1S7S be shared the defeat of Samuel J Tilden Mr Hendricks has a patrician face and bearing a ready voiceand cold iiht blue eyes He can make a graceful speech and talks well always He belongs to the intellectual and rapidly InHis creasing order of smooth faced men Bomau nose high f orhead squarely bailt face aad thin closely compresied lips bespeak th reserve and caution which are the dominant traits of his character Â¬ fi lS72f or the term ending 1 m W jmMWW b -- s j wkwm THE PRESIDENT TAKING THE OATH Crowning tho grand events of the day and forming a fitting close the festivities was inauguration ball in tho now pension build- Â¬ ing In tho decorations 500 navy flags havo been utilized and thousands of yards of bunting Between the arches of tho upper gallery were placed various devices bearing the coats of arras of various states At one end of the ball room was placed an immense plate glass mirror sixteen and W F VILAS TOSTMASTER GENERAL a fe bh u aPPf i I flit Uf fiL THOMAS T BAYARD 7 SECRETARY 1 1 OF STATE Three generations of Bayards have occupied cxnltedstntions in congress and our diplomatic service Grandfather son and grandson have ell been distinguished members of the United StStes senate The two latter wero membe oftnathody from the same state for a time wfvhiehisthe only instance of the dcind thai has occurred Tho pre sent member of thh Idustrlousuimily Thomas E Bayard is 11 his fif ty seventh year Ho Is tall well built jficallhyihas been sixteen years in the senate ofliciaf purity He has leen married twenty eight years and has twelve children nino of whom ere daughters Mrs Bayard spend5 a part of each winter with her hus Oil Of 1 jbwdin Washington ifcough slie inuchpr iMf Vilas was born a j Chelsea Orange xrnnty Vt July 9 1S10 When he was eleven years old he want to Wisconsin and entered as a pupil of the university of that flowers which compose them state and was graduated there in IS08 After which he studied law in Albany N Y and was graduated from the law school of that city in 1800 Being admitted to the supremo court of New York he removed to Wisconsin H and in 18G0ho made his first argument beforo the supreme court of that state Upon the Willtam c WHITVEYj SECRETARY OF TH5 outbreak of the war Mr Vilas entered tho uo S5Z XAVTl twenty third Wis-Â¬ army as captain in the William C Whitney was bom at Conway consin volunteers and Tose to bo major and Mass forty liva yeai s aga He is the sou ol lieutenant colonel Ho resigned his commis- Â¬ Gtjit James S Whitney of Boston sion and resumed the practice of the law Janu- Â¬ of Henry B Payne ary 1 1801 The supreme court of Wisconsin and He graduated at Yale ic appointed Col Vilas one of the revisors of tho of Ohio 1S53 and at Harvard bw statutes of the state in 1875 and the revision then school Coming to IS ow York he took a desli of 1878 adopted by the state was partly in tho ofilce of Judge A B Lawrence Her kmade bv him In 1870 Mr Vilas refused the Whitnev became famihar with the intrirah use of his name as a candidate for tho gover- Â¬ laws of Gotham which it afterwards becanu norship of Wisconsin Ho has persistently his duty as corporation counsel to enforce declined office but went to Chicago as adel H g admissioa to the New York bar tool ejmte to the convention of 1SS4 which hon Vlte place in 1SG4 His business for some time ored him with its permanent chairmau- was chiefly in connection with corpora ship ff 1 tions in which he obtained a large practice j Prior to his first appointment as corporation By midnight tho number of persons in the counsel of the city of New York whict city was greater than ever before in its his took place in 1S75 at the time when th torv Presides Cleveland called at the Twecdrmgaffairs w ere still dragging througli white house and spent nearly two hours in tho courts ho held the ofilce successively j conversation with President Arthur in the 11 xn v r j Tthrough the administration of several mayon j red parlor and was then driven back to the till 1SS2 when he resigned as he said foi Arlington hotel and the stream of callers re THE PRESIDENT READING IUS INAUGURAL ADDRESS personal reasons It is not to be presumed j commenced Presidont Arthur returned the The tide of people that flowed to the capitol I that because herovc fi the exception to An- - tisit accompanied by Marshal McMichael to hear the inaugural address- - was a perfect t - v v fl that few die and none resign that tho office Mr Cleveland and party dined in the private- flood Without and within that bufldiugrtl Tho salary waf dining room was animation ana busue urowds of poor c VISiTO RS Ilv EAST BOOJI OF j was not an important one After the organization of tho senate was completed those assembled in the senate ohamber proceeded through the rotunda to the platform on tho central portico of the capitol At noon the oath of ofilco was administered to tho president elect by tho chief justice and President Cleveland delived his inaugu- Â¬ ral address a hah by ten and a half feet in a frame o cut glass and at the opposite end the presidents floral chair under a v Japanese canopy Pyramids of palms Klial friendship tho tropical plants decorated each corner of the You will observe on takiag poasessioa of ballroom Ono of tho features of tho floral Jie administration that the navy k a liiii decorations were devices symbolical of the Dit weather beaten and wonnr I woid varioTjs executive departments of tho govern- Â¬ niEgest that it bo newlvc rjaiated is ment The curtains and other hangings of tho ball room were of the richest fabrics Some idea of the elaborate preparations of the designs may be gathered from tho fact that 5400 were paid out in cash for the one of my raoacH mining claims on White river StL Suable L do not complain of that This mine how jvor I am convinced would bo a good pajiag jroperty if properly worked and should yot it anytime wish to take the regular amr ind such other help as you may need aad r apture it from our red brothers I wouM fea lad to give you a controlling interest ia it You will find all papers in their approprir 1 lto pigeon holes and a small jar of cwwmfrmr pickles down cellar which were left over awl a which you will be perf ectly welcome Tie isperities and heart earnings that were Up mmediate result of a hot and unusually kit ier campaign aro now all buried Take tfrarift pickles and use them as though theywereyaiir jwn They are none too good foryoa Y fesM ve them Wo may duTer politically bwV ihtt need not interfere with our waraa par-- J -- f v i V i 1 i t SftM HMWM W J WkJpB son-in-la- w 1 ipnng people eceive 1X1 A iould have painted the naw red for the a majority of tho suffrages If it had been my office which you now battel good fortwaj cf 1 telt mmmnwer MaVi SfofitfTAnpri J that need not influence you in the which you may see fit to adopt Vjf I hope you will receiTe th toneebmi Mendly spirit and whatever yoer caiSfe- aonsmaybo upon trreat onestions LiJik nonal interest either foraiga or diiaai aiat you win noc undertako to blow ratAfi-nrsvays realize an you P- iL 1 f in I J iy w - Httla m ilUAAi lonbtS toYon will be ina tho laHEdry find nosoap iCyMrooms - imwxM l Ti tit uu iiar yo Will mi t tho fond anticipataoj ire now cherished in vour bekIfllK anghty people whose aErrairataA rj rac rin y v wau TVHITE HOUSE it probably got bi soms way into tie and was absorbed RIXK I t- t- --- -- zts a CM - - 99S 3 VV - jr 1 r - - w- vr--i-- - -- sr -- - r jil vri r Jp i- - - y - 3 - AO Ait fl2 Xems id r ifcV M r v MM itWT rf -3V- s -- -p- a a n c js j srr vSf -r- - Ia Q Vv Hk van BW- - - - n selectselfooi Vi MURDER IN MT STERLINGS defeed oii e dav last weeE This lieingjieri r 4first school it is due her to say that the jiIihR GUI Killed and Jas Xloward1 son AVouBrfetl easYerk KENTUCKY WEWSjsjSY people were delighted witlUier manner j or teaching wT COUNTJES The Winchester Bemocrat saysA XT-r Gillespie formerly of Yirginia 230 oclock on 3 i afternoon X0 -T JLiV rt JLI TTXTTMI taOXlv is visiting friends and relatives of this 23AlyinBowlmsr of Farmers static mrofl TO hUVU fjt In JUhrijMtQ spending the owitnjouiiWJjHt and taiy oungij pla JIeJ0ni2late3 jk n wi unuj uia a uepuw marsnai au mvffi v p v a Jl J fe5t i Bjiiley is quite ill DrT oiernnir jiowani w nson Avas also siwCHrkO ir fit airk tIPr wxirt 0fiijWtti8ifi8 jrtfjHLy i till- 1iol Tf seems JTKSftUUJi ii Vk Ji VirifW3L MAr 4l J F TutL of Stillwater and Dr B F Bowling interfered ixu as xke i with the arrest of her medÂ¬ Dixon of this place ar giving ifclrr tPPJP T35 FIifeM8NM MTidyiw tows has comileted ical aid Jmanf mimed Boyd whom the marsh CrfKrffi yetir 1SS5 Tliero-is i m4-i-vS- c w ftctbe ib mf rv built a large tobacco was endeavonnir to take to laiL Bnwtl E B May fBtfriir ft teW fcrtiujtiioi iftthe town of Camptom warehouse andhas receivingto immense ling is the same man who took JohriH iW - nil eerr is Ifc mJ k J 8042 jja- Epy - IfiES jmtos of littid valued at i outran ouc or jan in tins city some nmei amount of the stuff since-and suffered him to be murdered L sSKrV- T JHrn lots Txluea at Born To the wife of E B tfav a on the cars at Farmers station Bowling 2200 S6Ul31g aw XlOv i 96 ljorses alaed ZJrdZ ll iattf 410 son fercy iimmerson i is nappy Jet is in jail James ftowaid Wilson ie valed t j 4 L wKpTn 111 vslwed it BeW wounded jn an mentioned here is from 3512 us have peace 79 cattkf s t o re leijrn from a private Powers of Salyersyille is Haze1 Green 9225 J Press J 5ntores valued at Yslwruo itder equalizatipn law 1850 spending a few days with his father source that no bones Avere broken by the stdH 100 Louis Powers ball passing through his hand and that carriages valued at IHaMVw 302 c GoM Mficlilrecijfiitcloek though a painful wound no serious trou J8 ZVL Canoy of Mt Sterling has Thos i1 J GUI died the night been jpendingthewinter with his mother uie is anticipated 35S42 at this place of the shooting He was a married man Total aluation 3fr 4S legal voters iJ dog for taxation W S May of Dakota js visiting his and Jea Yes a wife and three children He came from Fleming county Bow Â¬ Godsey of Hazel Green is in hrdthcrjE J3 3Iav of this place D ling Was sent to jail at Lexington last tovm loolang after lira Interests as a can- Â¬ iS Saturday for safe keeping the authori-Â¬ wW flPWPHwt didate to represent this legislative disÂ¬ grassy i trict in he iHixt gieral aseinhly- It is F 3L Kemplin and Jesse OldfieldsVill ties at Mt Sterling fearing that a mob ITtfiimo OH v would hang him so incensed were the time that all who intend to enter into sbirt their distiller the 2d day of March 4 1wvtlf vw the contest were making themselves I trust all who deal in the d ls coffee people over Gills untimely death siioy - u 111s suitea mat uowiwg win pieau in-Â¬ Iniowu that the jeople may know who will sink beneath the resurrection inorn sanity emotional insanity perhaps InÂ¬ I thev have to select from Tvelve montLs aso we had the banner sanity like his superinduced by red eye SP jrnr- - fina resigned the office of po-Â¬ locality of old Morgan but since tlii whislcy can be easily cured A rope C M Hanks ice all ad- f3o lice iudire of thft town of Campton to drink lias been manufactured m our comi- Â¬ with a Bowling at one end and a good mrN W nBlSCgi- HpP Kw ilr take effect 3Iaelit2nd audthe hoard of ty vou can hear the screams of thain sheriff at the other will do the work 1 MPAV DfR fnitPA rhiiitntAii1pi7 A T Ashiirrv tn toxicated and the report of the xistol speedily a kind of dropame you see 1 9HttiKV rawMf t w CanM 5he overiiurlor appointment to fill the not oniy m uayiignt oui ac an nours or T the night Shame on the dealers iinjMpyKJ Ih oWclc JU We -- Personal Parajrraplis ii f noisa i slowly on the Ls proGxcssins Ff4ipui vrc6t Work Born To the wife of J T Amburn a ert Hon W 0 Mize is attending court at r court hpujie but it Will he completed in Press Taulbee to the wife of A B Hale Campton this week XTlv 7 L SiveMLs flie mountain a short iime rrastjoon as the weather will a dish washer to the wife of Garrard Miles Wilson of Stillwater was in gran comCaqcnter a Cleveland I presume Cr town on Thursday last JVmmtmptmton- admit a jiTptwieted Died Feb 25th S P iKincaid of has been considerable movement Mosc Lacey of Grassy paid our town There L If w pneumonia fever He leaves a Avifeand i among the log men during the past week a visit last Thursday rJLA JL rO two children to jnourn his loss Teams of all kinds have been putting in John Linden ofGilmore paid us a Mtlit oar etkitiMeesor iffi close time flying visit last week SPRADLIXG go ImtMbmXur ij - v dJMafi of JM C Pierattweek Maytown was in Corn and hay are scarce on Grassy x Mr T P Collingworth is about to Lsi MIIMV J lllMli BrVlft leave here and go back to his farm near Corn is 80 cents per bushel and hay and town one day last sJwJl t4e fMi wwk oes o Dr W T Wilson of Jackson was in Frencliburg He mct with quite aloBs other roughness bring the price asked x Hazel Green last Thursday to One of proud We WjTjl Xwfille Jast week expects tohis cowstofroze new offered areThe that Hazel Green has Charley 8 Samples of Lacey creek remove his death He us Herald a home Japer was in Hazel Green last Friday iZytki MJ tbat felkm- Wikimted iwme in the early part of next month Afek- M every family should patronize it refer MT u wIm Tit ifin wuj tiiitfvtoil H D Spradling has not yet finished J B Oaklev Mrs G G Pagan and is Mrs Caroline Swaugo of Lacey creek xet visiting relatives inHazel Green his siili Uwinff to sickness in Mr Da Mrs James Cecil have been on the sick Su-Jgfhri M Pose of Stillwater paid this ILVVE IX stop mows family he has not been able to get i list but are convalescent office a friendly visit last Wednesday Tixir IlrThiiMiir this place is now i ucrio ihusl it jir opnwimig iiupu Farmers are looking forward for spring Win H Lawson and son ot Maytown Plmtr TTil n nin JJJkCJ VVfc lCfeaMjikH mills across tfie liowever tube miming in full blast m a to put forth her bright sunny rays i niil iu i lvjtirr vitif rmn ln loat wool-riwr wtiTJfclMi Wilson a first lieuten- - lewlays Goflfee combs and lady of Ezcij Pev d C W Cecil has been very low with fe- Â¬ heiT we dams custom sriiidineTmr Herald is the popular topic of ver Texasf fqver paid Hazel Green a short visit last week Glass jCdetnad srwini h fconversation here All hope it may There nra too many idle boys in our Pomp Kendall deputy clerk o Mor reach here soon I expect to get you county gan passed though town on JMonuay last BoxY I3H1 I JESey G G gan recently held a meet quite a list of subscribers shortly enroute home from Campton Ml i r feiOmiiitOu whicli was attended witfc Mrs Lorena Lindon widow of the Mcjilfce County daughter Miss Iiachel J jteest There were fortv twi if J 31 Brownsbut hopes are entertained LARGE late James Linden was visiting the fam- Â¬ seriously ill rlPVMMMiuA CORWELL nve corer-v ily of Judge Swango of this place last m iifti- 7 AHaM Abat twent3pailicited of her speedy recovery Sjs JMoore lias rcceiveda letter xrom Thursday ioiiatioiis LG Mrs U D Spradling has been quite Joliri G Andrews of Xenia Ohio 4u Stomtor Tnnlhee attend the meetinff o ill for A few days past but is much bet Â¬ thorkinhim to uike charge of and opc-tkfJVfu reports that Uncle the Mexican veterans at 3flemingsburg TriiPtWk jrchased a fiaejtymnre ter at this writing rate the coal mines at liotliwell station on the 24th There were thirty three in SJIrjj 3mPf iti David Lawson our blacksmith is suf- Â¬ known r the Campbell VJbetiier keMTatrot- Lindsav coal attendance eJiij a X fering with a bad case af sore eyes profitabfc cih AipMiuoMve wMaefti wtyetn works Tliia will afford and mother of Brownlow Jamison T dhlWUk t MIX Tliilt J J 6Jicorui Wt hope to havey mail each way six ployment for several hands and no doubt Beatty villi arrived here last Saturday 44Siutn will jrim things to theory best Brownlow deft for home on Monday but times a week in the near f uturejP f x 4ot his mother is still here the guest of Dr i X will keep you postell ato what is advantage IfcHW Gi iton circuit iiroiniron in tlus rartof Wolfe There are two things needed badly to Tiiomass family i j l lieccar A Khs - r MMMMMMMWMI BSBaBaaS4aMWBilMMaaaiaMM 1 - i - ii feL - t jE HBb - COEP0MME rii H4- - a - inlav r -- k TTfl wAiftt audihaveWfev iargcxj mam JllrkL3i --- HNUY -- steriIn -- s V - - - - Si Jft na ooistif C Iw-ltfivtfna- - - a - IWrMliOJT - r bLUWiiPWCWV J0TlTI7hA LLOiurerv5- wrD rmwaici m mi -- JIHBB - I-lJ- - rHrBpnCMK3r y4 - t iuw StnVk UraWBrawu f m p M wa X3 i5 peve -- tlwSfniCllw100 au an 1 full Ait- -- iB tl f yrie JRT - -- v nrmantlT gRSTO ADAM BAum ana weu i a I tkeiT of Wagons - rrnrterS snffn Prioe6if ivu rfLvrBV a A band a large - leotea - i rn hvMttst i -- t WMcliW sells w as you may v V lmftfctW i JL W f anywhere VK Mt Sterling as TRIMBL ori detail as Cheap ttot you else - -- ea T lJm i Aie rrtmktzt Miiyr p ROS STERLING jCesI 3E J- hi tmA - hi -- -- -- IMfl mifiN1 - yAt Pm i- - -- I i Bff4i MMMJ I JBV - n Tl4iSi gar Sal Nails Fancy Groceri Stone and Fruit Jars Etc Eta Tiiey pay CASS br all goods They buy in quantities They sel the trade at pricey They still havin stockt Himgarmnpui Ger man Millet Seedand Seed Oats SAYEMW1YBY TRADING WJTBTBXM AlVorariis nf f w f -- w r wackK 1r 4k - mmr ul JUtrcm ana ruuruay JTvJ c- - - i on- tne -- ut- - Frank Stamper is flunking of locating nf Trade is quite dull here not much thir place and erecting a line shop Air money circulation Spmdlin5Hkame4u5iivxK of imods in ortcinrtni iz Agooa scnooi 1 vjfttai ni rvwx Ji X rr is- - a itv sc Tt aimr afc - wBf- f aa gp t r 3- - ri t - rifi witinss in A A t-- TT awv mXKM VJ J 7r Viakni moiiey from tlsc Day B of Frozen is Ji4 r- - mr Mm LieisvJBe Til LTT 51 witeA ccoiaotlating- IfcT in eJtti im 11 tWplce soliou Wed Dir efiliiet neek owe yoke of twosirs toEF Oal of Murom caA- Jodering their age and A scarcity 01 forapo or ail good sale tkirt k oiMnidwed dwrtotte little living on Lacey Smiles frojnhcre was soenty- M it ktr11 TViniimluir -- r i rf 4- - lm Ji W jM 4 r- - z The democrats f this section are for FS Thornton Hedges and Mrs 1 rank D S Godsey for representative IF TlCskeyKrliofts been quite Flinchum are onlhe sick list this week 3a No one inthis section will attend the mmh psat we are glad 16 state Born To the wife of W II Walter Pay KMl inauguration at Warhington Caskpy reoucsts us on Feb 19th jf girl rimr Mrs GILMORE F M Hutchison and wife have sepa- Â¬ htr icartfelt thanks to the XotolajSle W Hazel Green for their Wheat is in a bad plight On account rated cause unknown llor Shortfellow Between Pace and Yijie ij toward her in her of the cold weather and continued rains rum pomroyton freezing and thawing it has pulled out CINCINNATI OHIO so that we cannot expect of the ground The wheat is badly froze out Grain 3m StMupcr of the M E rough- Â¬ a very heavy crop this year of all kinds is scarce and so is itfcrwlS jireich the first Sun- - The stock in this neck of the woods ness for stock loeth at Hazel Green at is very poor owing to a scarcity of corn The sunshine of the last few days has CASKEY 2ndSunday I- Tix and C DEALERS IN revived the spirits of our farmers 0S0 PX 3rd and fodder it 11 Jt M and The farmers here have done no work Owen Bowman is happy Its a boy ie Grnref 11 A U and 230 M yet towards the coming trops going to raise tobacco UA Busiuess at this place is exceedingly J H Childers has purchased a fine lot HAZEL GREEN KY r Uncle Pemus of 3lt terlin hasan dull of cattle im Coffee Flour Salt So in our pjer vhiai au Delivering tobacco is the order of the Keep in stock Sup Vegetables and Oysters Morgan county da Canned Fruit TCad especially those Pltys Tack dav California Salnbn Sardines Mackerel going heyond habit of iiatovN Maecaroni Cliep Crackers Candy Green He ad SPUreatliltt County The church building set on foot by the and Black lWSyrup Soap Coal Oil Cas lR of ockna different denominations nf-- the town tolLv4kmmfc 4tttms cpII LOST CREEK tor Oil Mncluf Oil Lard isueon 1atent It- rvVAi Tintli i i im lr F Tinware Horse t 1n i w liaSCa JUIW uuuui tMKU4ViW KH very Medicines AVjbdcn- - and Cigars x ta The raftsmen of this vicinity are R Nails Tibacco and z liwhcre audrcareoi cuurch south for compleUon witli the anxious about their logs There are quite Shoes frAVill ktfp Fresh Beef Pork and Mutunderstanding that it is to be used by a number of logs and rafts frozen up in PER season any protestnnt denomination when not the ice which is six and seven inches ton 111 Everyiiing sold at prices which arc iJ of Mt Sterling have- occupied by the above named church thick If there should come a sudden CnEAPEiTIIAX THE CHEAPEST w of our pal3ris Swango of Wolfe who recent- Â¬ thaw the people here would be very WW TnTTKHvite the especial at-- ly married the daughter of Henry Hal much damaged for they are entirely de-Â¬ Vers thk section scy moved to Bath near Owingsviila pendent on the sales of their logs of very ZfKfhe0 3L krgeliae reapers He is a young man of considerable push F M Dav will move his steam saw powers goaheaditiveness and will doubtless JV iYJmr fat Ac Iafct there- and his mark in the famous blue mid exist null to our little village m a frfew weeks oTtuiAVW iixru- mnke r Asi j umi IB aiiiviv v noc - oc grass region Farmers are complaining about their R that way t fif Independent Newspaper of Eli H S Helton had a very intercst wheat and the scarcity of corn and ba- Â¬ close of his inrr ontnrfninmeiit at the Derocratie Principles butnotCon con I scEool on Big branch a few days ago erlig Ky rc The pupils acquitted themselves with There are several persons in this neigh- Â¬ trojed by any Set of Politicians or ireit jwa mis coiu borhood who arc on the sick list Manipulators Devoted to Collecti- Â¬ regarded Mr Helton snasrA weatai froai us will honor best teachers ofis Wolfe as one ng and Publishing all the News of J3r j Mt iistke to them of the Wanted for 3Iurrter in Pike anxiously await the appear i cthat iwfeo kxve dealt The oeonlc It Avill be remembered by our readers tje Day in the most Interesting 1 fc Pstnf oofitiHue to ance of The Hazel Ghees Herald that some three weeks since W T Day Jhape and with the greatest possi- Â¬ This paper evidently will meet a long town marshal of Maytown arrested one ble Promptness Accuracy and lm- favor felt want in Eastern Kentucky The Hatfield on Bed Piver in this county V - and wishes of the people of the moun- Â¬ Vvire satisfac best for robbing a store at Spencer station in partiality and to the Promotion ot tains so vfth the paper Montgomery and escorted him to the Several Democratic Ideas and Policy in the Mrs C W Clark departed this life a Mt Sterling jail Mr Day subsequently was au acceptable learned that Hatfield was wanted in Pike Society and PVst5enient Lort time since She g- - rU7 W Hv tr to dppbbly member of the M E church south ad- - county for murder and securing the nec-- affairs of Government Industry vrT Of W he went to Mt Sterlirg orned tne 4iuuLrujc i vuii5u yj - living died in full triumph of faith and ejsary papers Rates by 3fail Pettpal 1urteou4a-- aPWmgot his prisoner aim iqos jijm uj 1 t m wV L 6 00 DAY per Year H l Lft vrr Vflc iia rests in peace ton passing throng- - tktere on Sunday tt --50 DAILY per Month V i JJi J f The temperance organization here is morning last Mr Day had with him 1 00 SUNDAY ner Year Uhat he doin a good work Over sixty persons as guards 1 x xionaKur mm oumi v A liis i jtaJP1- - x 7 00 nlbdire At the next of this county Mr Dav is a terror i DAILY and SUNDAY psr Yar tnn tho Rev pviUloers and all inclined that 1 00 ---WEEKLY ner Yar meeting speeches will bejnadebjv and C srnmpc Ishnnld keoo out of hi bailiwick or u xf t Htv AdHress TUB SVy ct York J -scu 11 TOIL1 wuwa Sh will ceruuuiy piu il uicm ui iuupu W v i anu 1 hst 4errWdchildrenxnd great grand- - county m m j3 im Stamper is a good workman and no doubt mm M h The roads of this section arein a very would do a paying business ioTTTs a wfr bad condition Albion- IGfariHe Streetf Cincinnati OAio The lime kiln at this place Ayill re red river sume operations again in a tew days fiLttISON SMITH John DeBord is at present in the neigh and times have already begun to bright-Â¬ The type on4 hlciPtfis ppir laprlutaiia frosi borhood paying for the stock he bought en and we predict a livelier and more tlio above foundry Editor UKUAtu some three weeks ago and he talks of prosperous spring and summer than lias J- - N VAUGHN S S COMBS buying more This is a good place to been witnessed for several years VAUGHjKT buy for food- - is scarce and the farmers Mav The Herald live long and pro- Â¬ want to sell DEALERS IX spered enjoy t Jong list of pay up There is a great deal of moving going subscribers is tlic hearty wish of your Corn being a correspondent on in this neighborhood AKD LIVE STOCK OF ALL KLNDS scarce article the tenants are seeking a There has been a postofiice established Cor Main and Marion Streets localities of more plenty out of the fry-Â¬ CAMPTOS KY at Chambers station in this county Tho ing pan into the fire maybe Geo C Stephens is the name is Serena Assessor Samp B Smith is calling on postmaster BUY XOUR flu bo3sin this neighborhood to list their stole 50 nouudsof good Some wily thief property for 1885 Samp is the right man tobacco from James Hodge which he in the right place had raised 31arried On February 15th Calvin Madam Pumor says there is to be a Bradley to Miss Jane Elam both of this OF wedding in our vicinity soon 1 I and - wm - v jMJ- - up w rYsr ri nw ir JOHIfW JONES i - nr-w- -r f -y rt w t- - uulUUUU1 NO 10 uff Oli - Uilii - ujtliul Wului - 5 V5 IAIN STIET MT STEELING KY COMBS Largest Stock One Day Clock strike f Clocks in Eastern Kentiwyf i vjiJi JiJJJ AJLiLiK 2l k General Merchandise ViOjvvJVJvv 4 7 VWf JijllV JVfc VLVXk Eight Day Clock NO TIONS I02W Pearl St SOLID TLVER WATCni Silver Plated Spoons jSB Particular attentipaIdo Repairing anlbum 4 it 1 Call and see my goods JOHN W fc r THJ MT STERLING - r di x- B -- -- it r i -- rif PIEEATT Is now lhanufacturing Tdifierent styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fenci jmd are ready to take eonMs for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrfct Irpn Fence and that tlest in Uie world can buv no other We also wke stv fl adapted to enclosing cltry burying urounds Oar Fences nnt 1 w stautitdj hut the handsest ever made and a yard enclosed b- - one of tlwin etIV 5L ul enuunccd in heauty anilue Our Machine Denartni4nt fa AnnKT J prn mnehinerv and ouorkmen cannot hp itpIT1 in el n s fornmncc of their dut We KEPAIB ALL KINDS OF AcSlNlYV aid i- specuiiv of -- 4KdteIdifc 1 Family Groeerlesf No other shop outsief Louisville can say the same jZSTSaw mill men vilo well to call on us or write for information Catalogues furnishejj application to Gumimg and Hammering Saws TJZJ Ty - i Vr -- Tr R T BEAJSSupt B E S8EETS Mt Sterlingj Ky JOHN KEEP DEALER IK ngwwaawMtiMB3MPiwwiiigatgwM3aapMMMWaggMaMBBiMiWMtBMMrJ - -- - i- - - z -- Â¬ isc - irLTm L -- - SilSixn FINE HORSES Carter os Co STEPLIXG f whEsale I Notions Dry Coodfnd r x fj MOUNT KYt COACHERS AND POAPSTEES A SP John A Carter u72 731 and 733 James G Carter J fflS STREET D A Forlino Jo CBethel J G Carter Jr f h E ifUNG Who and Petail AlEALKP IX JtJSJpy will reiv every attention bj watered Ted gToemmi LOUISVILLE KY and bedded Soliciting vor cHomtyftg main Yours trkly JOHN KEEP or j me and rest us spred that LomsvUla pan leay Any one trailing t vj tUeJr jmjm CifieiaMli wi4 -- LSON astoav 1 --- marks eoii i -- wgjjoy GRvCEfy inejfid Liquors CIGAPS TCCO ETC ETC Cloth in AND m it i I -- m n T A Wver -- --- --- 19ep Street LEXHTGTQN KY IiOT S XFj W 5P - HOUSE STI - raxiSrc pi - tetCocks r V ii s iI L 1 i w i kuul5pr - arncii 3br j coiEAllL AND TIKE couutrv- -- produce of all3 eggs cuitfkvns T hWWBs - j ii j V SE t s- - - wi z i5 Vv5 fr f tit ii V f-v fi---aBiscwa- i i- - Ssvite- - i r - iS r StHJtiiSlip 4f f I5 nr--B- - iH fc r il v iumSSJmrf MirSSdiftter V J9l-t2- if m - A f vpr 3rl- eW fiSiET ivSJnirwfi aiiiitfSruiS iiru2aiifi inr Tf 4in vu Tr ruiore rsixif nnA mat jie ww i was flpm ijw T- - RBa Anyartiu OUZJfin n r W J l pmlSSMftI Jfi lrr- - r JsaawSfe r7T - J 1 tW 1 r -- m Cl 7 i tT JTC - 3e- JJP J3Hli T i i aPE jj CAMNYBGOT GBflirj a - --- r-- - - ca-CkJisrifiAo- r -- r r - - -- iMttTV f Ow - Ljonr cW vi - j t juiQifaxopokeT j57Zl2 JV I P Ills I auvbiuu KreAtKinrr X k St eless WHS - li iSS - 7vrWUi pne t whs- - i tf2 - ife- jmitrrZ - crV lalffi - Yrr1 viZncdthe S- - ador JiWflSSVS jft- - ryom Ins solitary sdat and I in tlmri w JCJlfS r 0ituo pay window izicmtiio OUlf J IU tutaniui iK nsation come over him to pliv J this tfeT and hSJSS mTtle arrivins and had a Jiko Tuw leAfe fnfiBtejp- - T5rif- this cr uurn caW011 Mk absolutely charcod tho youn iiaftrvi k ocurjnij wunn oaD ladipTK i1 V- - - uifintrAA- upon as tljo real hero of tlio late war His widow spends her time between her native home near Detroit and lew York oity Hrs Custer is almost iis M niotfrwin much admired as her illustrious ims-band was After she married thegen- ftsp present such an attractive Hold eral she was almost constantly by his wr investment that there is tjo other side For two years shq vi rtually sat in me Of busmeSS of nfilral fifiirifv thnf Washington with her valiso in hand Ipresents the same opportunity for profit waiting to go to the front She was al ways the firfc woman in cariip after bat nKnrtf lylr fine Scotch wqrp the first to recornize -- m Z have hQcn 17 is iron bTr Pzzitfi existeiiecliirft Jaao uuuil inc revival of industry in the south and tle and would her gallant delighted to a mJVe liastf llVo ywir ie Iiac invested have followed husband in Vl iionitaad Col Uald hiaVimpetuous onsets upon tho enorajr liCiIVJUl fI nnfH iS millions there unon tii Wfriii Tiinrf- -- uliiili iiiuiin gagpa always on the country They he 1 She never seemed to know whatfeatwu3 auj s xitf iy ftuto irnn and many times put herself in great luve m sou noc in uncks ana mortar An applicant for a city loan some time peril mf She was in Richmond two days before agp was toid by aSeoteli agent tliat all he could have was SO per hor husband reachW thcro and almost cent on tho value ot tho crround before the sound of tho guns had ceased who were raDHv Ye40no tiitr J1wrfi to reverberate about the Confederate which mr-- hnihlino- o wi capital ion WUN JSciratctfharT Jnst after the tottfWqStoSSW Ho protested that his building was her husband came up surrender whan letter Tt frbin Kottowav worth live times as much as tho land and was insured in a lirst cass com- Â¬ court house to take ho to hjs headpany All1 answered the Scot your quarters he remarked ilia it looked building may burn to night and tho in- pretty bad for a general to bo beaten into Richmond by his wfo after ho had surance company may fail to morrow bean trying for four years to get there then whore would my security her This Of emirse Custer like all other was conservatism with a vengeance arid first his wife and when the applicant expressed his dis- soldiers died poor gust the Scotchman said Ah weel avc family are practically without resources dinnacoom to America to loso out except tho pitifu pensioiof 50a month that the government has granted Mrs money Custer has a irroat manv relics of tho Few investments have proved so for- f- fii ho found productiye propei ty said a renresentitivp nfa ontnh anooiiitejy Wnshing ns ljdid so icate who handlps iriilMnnM irfcUiJT fit-i nf UIIll r iiMIfHIIiTr Tfti IA n s tjiCrntHiv4uiaiicu mmr ey annnailv in this innnw trpY l Jj fch frugality is encouraged by the verb The bownwi r w lwnva Iiava spieaous enapzji th you and tho ini nrpsf vni nf tTi3 untrv esneeiallv of thft ennth nnr 1- co thin -- Wr 1Vur your and i Canny iot wonld hnvftnnin- - thnfc film iff In vrot ApthumA fni- - sadh VjPPfe company for mortgages attiis service among tnoaiwinnuirana Army mvl jwiuorai ino neaa on tne Uongo Wistsi The Hiwfta orOfSfer ns sii Fl ifc ff 1 1j i --- i m Xk5iv kw KcijKbaat Jt at i York Su sjsteivothe late en Custer m- gUwj dVnnfttidfnHrjJ fni a Iirftirhrtrf sil v t - Aegtern fPJinJ iolril jiaVltli Wi pr say j SM ir aflMwf thatttk j -- cy rm r - - fiOSfL VJW1-- - J - - r - 1 i f In rivr Wa - wjBe - rkt1- bT - iia Bt Urn at mGrn mv atniKt iiJt fcawj iy ymy smrmafy xs itenca ior oa t-- Kt4v KMitewmtmr T Ji i rim mfc OI aninca bL iMr r rmiMi aM EN 4 fSSWS JSkpss fel J xnor not wswr My lady fair W - x T S8 BllttkJTA IT afcMniilo npoa ma fjxKti tkia as rose ror me ily mountamfiae Tho Valo or fC - - - - Ifcjalfe lvnMLtft tJ ifrruvr u - rlM - ajfSi lJlJJv f -- a hinrVU rJot lit tftAke tola gt mmLk whichr we h ftcc uotifw yjJKi i Aiet rt3UR thtf tifj wierevr v7v wilVJA T- Xijpv L iUatop backJ a to tff ix 1 v Lknow not wheror -- trB5i riSSfTi m iw Kmaaiwaw ffmapnporters l --ET-f JtX5 cii ttii v djjaxlyair -- But liero t drink tho stt That sintr thy souls Tho homo called Htav Byowl what purpfo sav ifti-Ci- j I IsHeavoufor inie toiainci 5- tiidvhHj - outy bj arlvefcd oma i ilC pVjf Uw which wtffex sotKlines i hpra Ifei lucan of iiiaterial ehiifc Pjflfcy or tpic rwejj 4 nfjit ORANGE CULTURE INFLORPA IfeejaiKpt v -i tht-- VJ -- -- uf Sw 4itiVo - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ td girl - rQgyi0ini 111 JTt2 U mT a - - vuiu iinni Tin - 1 1 n - 1 AUlfillorA Vtu 1 k y -- natrons u upuior 3 nhl hi--- MnpfrhteSuZ t i Jffladr1 St -- - wado-mi- view a - joreaaagrt Was JjggZZa TiF ra -- MSJS U -- l nss57p0tned eE kj i re S4S SUSrioiia rqcssRie WKl 10 WcoUPdS tLi OI-- iiUY ljjii rt0to Il0 Xiss White fskrunTr 1vlj liPninrl should flin nnn camber jpUho cuttains thenaas euddenlv Vxioi HK J He 3eSiTif -- dcTm jnomfort--t-hc-- a rWnh -- k Jrr ti ri W Jise art faeod tho sovereign linn her own he rndo a violent rush or4Si aery s theapom toih side ltSs myrtle ho breath Allow mo jessly Ihc stupid people have made 8 mistake lie continued in- Â¬ coherently The idea of charging the ioi you And ho throw n carriasc itOo lBrisyrtlelhMeT7ere J3 - v - l 41 JPW i rKK BC F 7F 4 K rr --TW -r - - t JdM-- ijfc Kr Kt S5f -- - rit y -- tj P i A thft fiver omnanionable fiea with ever enarging pupils He had re Â¬ COmraoa sSSirt--Tli- fr TsirnR hafl nn avtu- - turned latclv frorn in- h nA i fx course QJjF Jna fflnv o nrt tKA defatigahlen thohomijardrnentof Alex w -- J eiMWW Wt iU J nhncmor nnA -- - nndris ilU tin siliipea rtn Tue Mfnn -- nn wwWUUiqjlHUU HV t schoolipys oa a common and sheTcmmbercd that he Jiad itherliko npnn otifutr hnvn lna lmri e --oitfiaor ias tup woria or ilow jnaoecnt vThankyo Col HaLdane sno safd TI kii dkmtnmtroXBt his tirob- You have evod quitp happily trouble of lea Briiiglifyrlf fctcJiuaffmy m This is- - a new boy jL KaciT4 lie wants 7tr vf- wr hw rAfloMmnit fliani Kjlvw etttlrs with w fWtpMrf Ca t v Vck wcn ii6hinJWf4iHfiTflv s wi iiiii n T -V Tn tM3 ltUUrnnrnv holl alnrJi K t rv i milJiM Hlh il Ba v v thawyi tub Kmttednndbearinir tho naio k HiBPnFi mnr1nCl ste TBOttCS J -- iaarcxi j fr rl Miss wnib looked Tonimjs bashful finsera -- - u at - CriL Haldane Urf -- C4Ul-VJJU- E 1ie - -- -- --- I- r hnng i t bi kTwfwkMb iMkion - inol iS11kiT -- VlV V T ft a 2SaSverie iP1 --Hw left hjwid QE ii7rrfr t ftFmerwmv iti Toihlcit ti it w -- MHmcoT A u - ujr imr uusujiuu to ner oy auioront othcers of tho arinv ganizo an investment company on tho Besides posAftising tho first flag of truce other side with an authorized capital o the Confederates brought into our lines 500 000 20 per cent of which they pay as the beginning of Leos surrender sho in Only first class people whose names has the flag of truce carried by her hus invite confidence are takon into this band into the Confcdorato Hues bhe company which under the limited lia- Â¬ also has much valuable data about the bility act goes before tho public with cavalry arm of our servfeo that has debentures bearing 3 or per cent in- Â¬ never yet been given to the pubhV lh terest which they have authority to isreally apity that a fair history o issue up to the limit of their authorized this branch of tho sorvice has not yet capital Thoy get 400000 there very been written or even seriously concheap and they loan it out in the south templated auu wesi at iu per tont net ttio oor Ititle lMng rower paying all expenses and commisIR ceiiangeJ sions Tho peculiar mothoct of long rango What security is required firing by tho Crecdmoorand other rhio Productive lands under cultivn inn teams appears to have been adopted The loan is based upon about 40 per from tho hill men in Formosa The cone ot a conservative valuation in cs Tamsui correspondent of The London timating which no account is made of News describes the modo Of fighting of improvements fences houses or timber theso scmi savago people ns follows or marsh land but for tho greater sq- - Tho man lies on his back raises his head SUtliciGntlv tn hn hlr in tnlr nl nrr hoiTower gives a deed of trust and this Jiha barrel places tho muzzle between ll 1ii is pui on rccora octorc no receives tho jic Jrnr 4iuhuii- Ji iitiiiunrjiTi atui mnt Jft luoi money-- Then when tho final certificito makes as a rule better practice than by of the attorney is received all debts Mng on his stomach and taking iru ill agamtlio property are ticst paid from that position The foes Keep the long the amount of tho loan mul tlin r weapons steaay v very iitue front isl maincicir fs Jianded over to the bor- shownj iiandvoxrHirts nn a lcvclniin of groundi coyered nerhans with tnftqimrA 1 JUlYUi k Land thorax of Srnnkvrriss wvilj--tinvlvHha does tnoinvcsfo trat -- iriM - r luj4 1 u - In uvi TT1 fiTifi -0- mvnn Â¬ to buy the seet seed- Â¬ lings raised from the hsX for 10 per 100 or from 25 to 50 cents apiece according to the aire Yon can bnv ij mem at tue nurseries rzninmr in aire from a year to ton years Some prefer u uujr tue sour sminpsj wmen are grafted with tho sweet orange buds Vou can pay 3 or fl apiece for sour stumps and raise good fruit- in four years What are sour stumps The original wild orange tree cut off bo - Ccralng Into Ucarins Soar St rasps W Graftluj Otlipc JrotlHcts tK J L M t iV a Kew QiVhi Cincmnitt J aquircr Intrviowd to p cents flow long before the orange tree noiiolkts Imtunf flteitaT ftnHd bears fruiU nrJ- - Vnrtwrrf T fkLL The small tdo3 will begin to blossom sons outskio rf -- ftr YrlL I se atidhovo a few oranges on them at lour leadins drcsM t- - - for li r or five years but growing from the seed i imhi ut it is ten years before the tree i matnre tciarea tuat tLwlfcWiw existence JMJmiiiilVJfeli and bears tho full crop Some have in thPi-- iTB tahf m tx l1 i tnn trnm- ueen Known to bear nicely at I Break oiTapii pod seven years A good Mian would pleasant juad wicrtf bfe t4 r--- fit v- tho teeth chewing gu Vnr fihowinr w lrfe jKaTiNi utd w bmi r ntbat tM iLcj -- w i Â¬ Â¬ Ht - L - whll AW ia MNr with tho letter which yet In1taifaraci rn rat - little packet of - at 10 per cenL ing in a strange t 5rira rrr country wlrlreanup a Ml KillVIV itffi IWKtAKlB miecire rw vijnv y rllotifcjfci ffir n A made gpH to dry out thn iimwrapppd boxed ejhI marketed JSTe w York gets the fruity Rallrod xjw same ooftter maKes a wntce eaw rates to Cincinnati are against ns As wg g r Tiuis mde of punlftiitt m an nuustration waat northern capitat sugur Parmao w a prodaeooar i and PUSh has done it La oliW noerasarv eoai 4M ib soe umce is lo npint otw land tht was utfcfeiwa i kUiiit aft taatt ii Is iiwipid mostlyi -- 1000 per acre some more and some An orange commands 1 cents on the tree Thoro would be money in it at i cent ana tue price is bound to couie down JSorthern capital is boosting tba country up and developing it resources It is northern men who are making the orange business pay The heautiW e grafting are wonderfully illustrated in Florida I have son lemons qrange and grape fruit growing on one tree as nicely as could be I have seeixgiapo fruit weighing two pounds and lemons big as your head Crape fruit looks something like an overgrown orango is quite sonri but very palatable Where do the planters ship to less yoOij5tltftw is a stiyljirt mmd Ur auugraiceu cJ4i Kt thrviit troebles Ite qaeMtiej U hat do the groves command an xTliWig Hk plesajt to tWfawte acrer t vs An average bearing grove sells at iti Mp attrnctive fxirt or theitefirii Mkwe the s ad stance to chew TWy iraiii Jon eHni Set inc focatir sweet and odifero composition of thk Soortl Aiaeni gum riUi awgar xnd tola LiJTwm T1k is the Aiw utic tolu 11 k tSeyroiwfc of tkM tbiit tree of th gnm-chewetifciii- tate when made np natural Pllr-i i a tosptfitio m jmrnomsuxn toll in tu Aray 1 gw bas tola in m ami itfidxive it its iwtmef bat ---- body Jv x America IM wax s 11 gMt tn lok the the trmde Gra4wOI-ftic-w- rf lnnph -y ijroiQ the tropics which k i Iwirmless is boiled by th cWwf gtim usftker strained aod all ckft mkI dirt 1m-i- rfscine were in the mind ww w3 feaked oat and it MHmF tmLth of Uw bot initten mm ftdtfed forming a coiuoctiou which fv twlwMisQflieiently cookecL fe roll4Kl oU- - riisoved whea the tolu aott sugar are It taiaw three or four days foc tko cu tco squares and laid aside ta dry U wW i mi e r dtxkl- - - fuVlll xet Juiar wob Jr t i J boihd ap -- ins 0 wyJAJjr nuuM XJU-- JUWftCU 1U a iUtUXU -- -r-rn-Tr Ji- - lj Jfi- a P- Hf liSr 1 f JS- r - ss aia peaches etc is grown in Florida and stuff At wrd to bnng rP DSLV r bookaintotliriffivmvy-i-onrrfxnerg tisL i ltd uc nues tua cotton iirunow great oppor-Â¬ tunities in Tbo AnTHlteitlnsr T ViHaiiTTtmi M thaf kipd of thlifg corni rico and coffee w houskeeor yllV lJ niave tho principal paid in installment iook straigiit cioftn the long barrel on and cane planting Tho southerners ait Emtio da Lave fey is CoirtHapocr km 1L iH moeg jfroca A cind8dy to Bimj Ayuiuijr coiormaturai to mm andthnt tin harrnufer firl iinnti - wutuu mu o ceo Wliat a- nrruitrrmn ignis ot anv land x Iyrlleraixl ho nandeu the envelope to in yet dcepeiiies and Tan for tho scisi paya fixcB amount a year They prefer to raise cotton and cairn Tho uBnMn v Vf sea island tottOn tho iino than to keep have a habit too of dischariring then in tho Une might almost eoaparc it to the - r sors - Iiss i soon snipped the de- Capt Hilton n nnfAn jaite vlio had a rolling cyo and a rol tnininffstrinsfqnd fmro vv in n trnw iuu iiu uuiuiLiuus mcaet ior tno matur- Â¬ guns from their hip making good prne world grows in florida uiicuwHuiiuu uisiu tj uioms J uurie ity of thedoan The notes arc collected tico at short distances How about wild game r m uiLnerto in aarsuN wi in tookjstheenveloue daintiiy natural dligas the starry blossoming by the agent of the investment company There is game in abundance Wo light and glory WJut was tkecinjit rmbifegpeaclfhgit passed it to life nfyrtlo was esed to viov Sailors Prejudice niul SuijertltIons have plenty of bear wdd cat deer language in the eightecniii ery oddshc thought its ad- Â¬ Tho methods employed are so careful autfy Jiean iirtfeiid with a strong brogue that in ndarge busiheis involving mill- Â¬ Now York Sun when Irederiok boosted tliat wgnod wild turkeys ducks rabbits Rmirni Whyman its a proposal iVhatdo dressed unmiably to me Boor Col ions there has not yet been The sailors prejudices are hfisljinifl-t-rya foreclos- Â¬ nn fhpirftn1 hrnwAnnd Ilaldanc Wi does it mean ir the etc Then thcro is a great industry it and prided himself oaverith ireHeh ure Tho investment companies after most part unaccountable but as for rule springing up in alligators I as perfectly as Voltaire Truelit a Thinking afii of the shaven head A iwistin tho flowing satin of their bridal pajing 4per cent upon their adventures they aro traditionary Sailors have the many make a living killing them great Luthers languager yet it was not spoia and the bomtdment of Alexandria Bring myrtle1 gowns but myrtle and teUypu Its a proposal a bona fide pro- - she sigheda Ik pensively and a little liavo tf per cent on 100000 to add as same superstitions now that they had selling their hides and teeth Thcye is by the upper and educatedi clvsw years ago vaa whai pogaL I wisn you every joyl bhe 13 a compassionateiand returned to thoj dividends to the 10 por cent which tho whon Alexander the Great sot sail with about 10 profit in a good sized alligator Forty f subscribed capital itseif is drawing Its his enormous fleet of 2000 transports Pllfl uuutaa raiuu 41 Hungarian loncrn v sii- UHUlii 5UIimg tlieiU- - the urawmg room t m time to escape the cotgirl if a bold one ti entry of --rirsOanvers whoso forest as suck auusmess as man ever deviled and eighty galleys from the mouth of selves and shoot them behind the shoul- Â¬ dialect of the pastors of the Puitai Without n wnrrl Col TTnld TnnRnrnTi t wiujuiuLiitj jmusnmen ai o rnssm- - the Indu lot the mouth of tho Eu- Â¬ der or in the eye Good big uiii was tno omy lauuaga afoket in 4n a melodramatie manner- al thojthroat cart drawn bylovely pair of Welsh wni tt j phrates and was frightened out of his bring 3 apiee and are made up teeth good society and ia govofnmeit nniiliUl uy s topi wuHcuMiiirtua pi up iiiuon ana neia mm witn a ponies she sawrnmg in at tho gate men see that thb ns and thoro is always ready sale for and at tha ltnt Tfliin a 4t -oIcsk farms of this country courso by a School of spouting whales That lady nowlered followed by her gnpirom day UiQ Magyar dialect is th 1 tiHow dare youpeak of Miss White inseparable conuion a perfect Dandy are the true bass of value and they act If a sailor is questioned about his super- Â¬ tho hide W2uae oi accordingly stition ho novor admits that ho believes like that She isthoinos- - distinguislicd Dinmont la bodied low Icged Fnatldlouus f i ServaHta in signs although he may spin yarns theatre ot science of acadomibs 6 flap eared pedigd creature which regiHof my aeqnaintanco Apologize ner Snoetss lii Jiudness Lad3 Gaskell in IsnKinans about the beliefs of other sailors university of poetry and eye with a joiced in the potion of seven prizes jjtioa Captiilton rolled his pGnt in lflalc JnhiVTmcsJ Even tho delicate satire of Dn hencetorth the recognized The regular old fashion vl kiW hn Florence Immately made a rush at ghaijUy iijppal to Q6L ilaldanc when and xctwive While wo weifealking and eanioi a iidbiily reaxed his grasn the dog Ahyou have brought talong a woman laffiJif large there stature ho lovo for preachers at sea Many Maurior have the broader- - humor of official language it is imposed Wtn the Leech in failed to exaggerate the upon tho inhabitants of Stories aro told particularly of the old Myrtle I was Aid when I saw you and with a resolutt 2 Cnfc cr movement J5ren sailing packet days which shows it Tho ioliies of modern snrvnnfa ami -- v Trans vlvanLi urhn hi irrrir- eHiltmi but ieally I I this morning tl y0u would forgot tano remarked If vbu wore tbcome jrejuaee was a tradition hundnd rlnwn foolish and fanciful fiimr nti Tschekis- gradually securixjc cJSeit though J mentcd it in my note r object to such an unseemly idea nere anu stay ail Both ladies bad yed in tho direction every queer objectdav i could show you from tho middle aires whon nil nvioefc them lor quitting tho service of their the same place-- in BohemI as lagyar pardon colonel said Ibefyour irt ITew York employers To leavo in order to1 get a mis attainetl in Hungary wore black Cant llliton stiffly I object equally where still sat ClIaldano plunged in is a very curious woam She was ThatÂ¬ Tho open gowns and forbidding hoods change is become between marhearted sailor feared the looks masters aud A similar phenomenon ig-- takir placV x twng throttled Allow me to wish startled reaoctiotin the recess of tho ried to a very rich mn in Chicago and of them dreaded tho nowm- - of thmr servants a regular recognized reason m Croatia the cliatcct there imerly Was i long backed low he window youjgpod morning raiwoff with aiiptW I have no prayers 34pp my friend said CoL ITaldane legged flap eareoV tho honored ob then took her furnltfre woman me toriniia and saw only 1evil in tho iiWs- - lord G- - fault to find against you and merely a popular patois now vms Til which was nf nrnniitf ul uuo l a housemaid s a university at Agram poets ail hi to ccnfiiaedly I dont know what is tho ject of the messa elaborate and came td New Yrork and eutial looks at the crucifixtuiu iiuj ruyur-- friend of mine a short titao said but a ogists ao WooJbeidc Of COUrSe IbirOif flnnr nlrl rvrn I a national press jruatter with me Im lialf asleep I made a contract with ttp want a change and I dont like lho Servma tongue and afcheat i retorted Mi s ntufe I uhould suffo- - one ofs our mnst fivtrT-ir-nr- proprietor of tho priost on shipboard in a gale if lackÂ¬ H fhink Sea and Ecntiment asyqusaid which it meiilr f shire scenery or air courage Tho Another Croatian written m Cyrillic vt f just now Comemy friend Bo tell cate at nn af tornotoa- if Ifadnt a bit r j srorcs to uisposo ODUer own uwju ing in iltfw f urni variably that ho was asailors believed in-Â¬ friend of mmo had a footman who nanu Jonah and ifjho has become the oRicial literal piilkt of natural life Ethat trusty Scotch turo She sold it all at iQ left me what on earth Miss AVhite means her because TOry highest m any way showed that he feared thdm he said he could no mentary and scientific n Means somethimr irreen said Hil- langua ofSit rates through her addrck That dis overboard ho i tilonger stay as ho regretted Now its cxpcd ton viciously but whetlicr sprouting said a deep pOsod her to go into business She goes and cross in went But if he stood tip his employer did not keep to find that via it is precisely in the sai hand ordered them forthe company as its older brotSeia Frcnclimd OH in a tub after the fashion of the blos voice from behind curtains and Col to Europe about two times a with ward or to do their duty they observed he had been accustomed to -man m or done np in aglass case Haldane came forvj onco morc gominJlirubf commissions from some odour richest m fear and trembling dreading st A scullerymaid tha had been en- Â¬ the sametheir respective coupes the The hesitation oj manner had van- Â¬ men for the Bulgarian frm ia liiT aftertho artificial mode I know not I to buy their paintings curse of such a man moro than the gaged for mo begged to leave as she de- Â¬ ished he was smdiserenely and his reading matter books print ipu4ocidl ioramg eolonbV Kosmelia furniture storm or the vengeance of their officers clined to take any orders from me de gsna andfor Polish HUMatm Komania And with that be retreafod to the eyes were fixed with expression oJ and whatever they want fehe ae ia aliin fr- Not less superstitious wero tho own- Â¬ clarinr that slin nnhl nniiT -- u uruers s Inn m Finland made perfect understandon tho counten- Â¬ StSOOOlast year in her coTmicinn- fi J nri t- v- iness room ers HullS and Knl Worn arntnnrl ftom the person who had Blossoming ehrub murmured Col ance of Miss White ande and is one of the smartest wocn in the with images of saints to protect tho ship A foreman in the employment of T U-one of I erary reawakening preoea Brine Myrtle AnHmof inn h country m ner tine Bless his Hibernian yit Haldane from evil and of hobgoblins to propi iuv xnuutvuuowea a great quantity of VU4iU uriJaKoi5rI hayo it Ancbwith jingly This is Mjm Kivai Myrtles tiato tho devil and his angels Cabalistic of his masters greenhouse glass o bo hatCi sStdowh athis writing table uiurouiivuuj uubwom Ot MyrtlO The Dnnlel Uusincww T signs were painted on the hatches and broken during a storm Iter CleiLcant be improved nii because and penned the followihg letter IBurlhiKton Uawkere ho said sacerdotal figures on tho cutwater Ships fFKMR tUo F it was not J lgam Miss bit pupils enlarged v Au Itfyosot s 10 Avenue Victor A Parisian pianist M PerU as of-Â¬ wero launched with ceremonies supposed to close the windows his nla Two servant girls arjoyiu ik and sympathetically ttifcutoa Alpes 2taritimes Be and worse to play jua cage full of lios An to spread a charm about thn he wasnt engaged to tell hat holiday out and come a halt cena inp nnesc iiowcring xayruo you pos- - Poor Col Haldane l0 trembled for fered the irro vcrentjCitioherof ore asks f ess iotha followiri r iiddi css a 7 the iausjorenco his reason 3Not so Danvcrs Fix- - Parisidoeshotvpossess a aocintv iethcor which would bring hor owner wealth second man his businiK i nf u Wfiitf tT io Grange Porterdo vn Bussex A1 IS and prosperity Figureheads are usually to whom I once offered a situation de- Â¬ to admireft tha lampsAa3ters-- Wkiafcf iTlio uvrtie must arrive on the afternoon of of cruelty toJahimalsV But clined it hatis explamed UluRinhnF rfr prevention replies- - Dont worry bout supposed to have originated in a desire once lived on the ground that she had of thoeo elvaatleliers W ycm Septejabor the 7th one vro Qc from this date11 m a confrere for ornament but the factis they came m a dukes family and could your house if you iidtsaid oett bell cumstances wf 3ncn Col Haldane rang the the lions they will take care of fem Id have that lovelh1012 otMI Confusion of onvo a Brine Myf- - selves Tho Daniel business does mn J lrom superstitious fear Not much bet-Â¬ not possibly sink lower thaa a vh Jmstilyfand told his man to post the ter are modern ship owners for the coimt s or else to use her own with tho eighteen H- Fd prefer Jotter This done he placed the noto tie was scribbled on tf ong back aiwaya worx she would lose all self respect words that ppe number of horsesliGes nailed over cabin mkpmam while respof from MiisV Florence Wlato in the pocket uiais au a sniu coi yaio doors wrould freight a schooner PerÂ¬ a housemaid left me because she poinUug to a plaiil pernio wink AVith sudden iLiHnr nn Success from IJnIlarc TXfpgged coat and tben proceeded pf haps it will be remembered that whim flared that she considered three Wldtc sank down besicj0fjjalciano in Farm and FiresJde1 Busor M P tp readth rest of bis correspondence vbiff Yacht was lannphnd lncf cmr ants of the establishment too dofictbt would lightsgo iyf r bo When 0116 fails he should stnd7 iE0 without duly arr- tne recess wicn a aeep The afternoon o the th lmbi 0f iporti the customary waste of a bottle m good looks to keep compai with 1 clean it tlie causes of it and take a fres stdrfc of jwine W ived- nd with a stange palpitation at ticd confusiom on her bows the omission was Does that account fthprosonce of with more intelligence IJis want his heart a sensation which ought td Hor the WW rf telegraphed all over the world because t Il 2T Beneath th Vantisliea have aroused bis suspicions as to the ex the fipwering myrtle iit hall sho success ought to teach him a valnabl it showed a very remarkable lemttrffvrn Srfce Tlie Current act state of his susceptibilities CoL Hal asked after a momci horrified lesson if he will only study it out i tho part of the owner It watt durifcoas tetrm tht Professor Goldwin Smith i vclaiie drove npin his little hooded ear-- silence kM the nam of bjwofe Weekv of Toronto eonunemi ia Tha exeentfTe ur tup alleged iin- Yesf Charming mte fQr 3ae rroiessor bwing jriage yi lSl thr figeiguinplngnpand I the WfeifcA wva After 1viln Coinirelienaivo fatal accident that recenUy napy pernaps two thirds have been rF Iafdah3ave mo n ftown lBh a5lothe gattis Qttho muttered lol f IJIacmillana Macazine1 by th British Walls of ih baadis a trapeze performer in a v opportunity that I 5 ai ii lookd ft too indolont to extract from tho world I I liranr w An orator speaking of theeselcsshess tror says Barbarism tfif i-un 1 xt nttnoi Mrs Danvers vho mil finnsia anything but its poison 1 r S smrv r t aura tii wm a r if j E jaere comes me pig r im puu iu i a aean saia mat lie wastes hi3 sweet neath the varnished surfaS uria worthy of her dashed ayl the other t C said Felicity White a younger daughters of r12 u nowie f -This country produces annually five ii wtis j on the desert air and standslike an tion and there u yho was given to using her brains iiw end of th3 room to mctexfendea ijnflifi 1nlr KilHr r rof painted v- - Taey have I eine upon a siding This is a strange W baseness and k f lhctfaet more clearly one hundred cbihation of metaphors ce beircati painted us tako pleasure oiie tovrenton smoothly enouVAn millions week the 51SP tof anothe Jiocid wlikt a T a mans peril wniteH you call film but a pig in a poke Vqu know opportunity that I wante if e birds of paradise V which are pother Bonner Of airtherlches iHatwehns natVes of Ifotr Guinea are reported to p s A steritiisc The survivmrr RothaohUds e Florencel of all the pleasures-- we w we an will tui3 Whi3ba sav J aanger of extinction At a recent their house in Jews lrl ii tL re tel lke that hooded carriage said J Hiss Vhite didnJt say No she carry no more out of this jworld Tii sMtf London 4725 of -i r these birds were the main into ft 5yranKtortott Tommf ta dclermia ay les evidently intended to s Htiajice TeyleBt11ihommmame5 r -uuiomji q Sfiliior qrpaperts and decorafion family rslics i i- rf1 umenpvo i3 v- ix 7uiwiLkljid9s8br CapL Hil ton org w ami5fefJine Jvliatb g jBart5dr iqMukl you reeeifif Tommy cvctJxA4vicLLdIzozJl- x iaiht o wrn said Wjwhite the carrier s it - nr Z Ucala they are veer uuiiutJiit and another JUUSL yeir T au cuui ro jemonttveeao km ai SKT Uraugo avenue Nearly every fruit is mmm ol natural known bananas Ponie rrauaircL lfl 1 ifefeis in ruemtW into iWlbsotv bwso ae raramae aad f u -- icA r r t J rii whiter wa made df nroai-t- t c - 11 - Ti - wic - wk- rLm B -- 0 - 1 t licigile -- i 1 - 1 -- U- -- i KUUUU-JtiJCOLS- ill- r -- Â¬ lns - itr andd iFive -- - 1 vvu 1 -- -- 1 - c- --i - -s--rx - tintg - - om C E -- - end -- -- v -- JSZZ r 1iwi - - -- tw 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