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J - - - Xr V -- - W S i w VHr J JP AJ-f r w V nsr- K 1 k t V3S- - - M 5tj r i If T VOLUME L 17 J Hazel AX ELEGAST DESG S1LYER- 1 tt rf Y8MJ3r3- si 4 vj - HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MAKCH 25 1885 THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN j Herald NUMBER 4 f 16 c j 5fs- - yr -- SI m l S 14- - 1 - j f 5 1 it 1 Seta a Gewl Example leaving only a thickness of seventeen to Louisville CoaaaexciaLj eighteen inches of pure cannel It has THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER The Hazel Gxeen Hint alp set an excellent reputation in the lower FROM NEAR CAMPTON IN WOLFE TRUSTWORTHY IN ALL THINGS AN good example to the praes of the State i COUNTY markets and commands a high price so Hfsfc e tbe hr iMiHT EPIT03IE OF THE WORLDS NEWS that in spite of its being so thin it is seeking to educate its rwuters ia rtcard to To the Mouth of Troublesome Creek in mined at a profit The analysis of this the opportunities for wealtk wkfck exkt Breathitt County THE CHOICEST GEMS OF LITER coal is given further along in this report within their section It k BMWiakiwr P N Moore State Geological Survev f for THEWUUJ ATURE THE LATEST AND On Georges branch which empties tne results of the State geological surrer The folloing analyses by Dr Peter and rlltJULv erttraiw JMCww is Jiatra 7 SJ1 Ki Mr Talbot show the composition of this into the Kentucky river several miles for eastern Kentucky skowiag Tery fHjr FULLEST RELIABLE MAR- I leay an wivvirHbtcn mm leacflt Labove the mouth of Troublesome creek me wfauon ox YiDe coat aa iroa de- coal at several places fcrjwyt aarcriaumcat i it KET REPORTS Moisture I 350 35G 490 275 a cannel coal of excellent quality is posits tneir relation weekotlwrad to vlaced Try it One dollar a copy for 12 months To Eu Vol comb matter 3520 3a5 3530 3KB0 mined which if the supposition as to j transrxrtatioafacmtiefithbtktk4 Fixed carbon 5070 58SS 5550 5G50 JEmr KKSHBaP3 MOKXING fo new railroads the character oC oii 45K 430 406 the equivalency of the Wolf creek coal rope 1 52 a year Terms invariably cash in SSif d to what they are adapted aad otker with the No 3 be correct is the same Total 10000 10000 1fbfl0Q 10000 advance Postage free to all subscribers in coal as that just described on Quicksand matters of this kiwi Benaett BL Yomsg 5UJS0 6056 Uoke bl3J 6288 ilHKHra j h5 furnished The Htkald witk aralma-Sulphur J 1189 1381 315 the United States and Canada 0865 creek This coalshows a totalthickness lit 1T Itl PP n At e weaun ox n one cotuuy Specific gravity 1294 1297 1290 i290 of thirtv four to thirtv six inches of Die JVWeOBtFTMW 1885 1885 PREMIUM COPIES YearNo 1 is from the Hoots bant at the which twenty two to twenty four inches wbich he has ezaaiised with view to 31 100 0 4 a 4tkr letUaWflTO t0 head Upper Devil creek Average sam Â¬ is cannel coal the remainder bituminous its railroad possibilities Of the white GETTERS UP OF CLUBS Always to JLAtk FOR ple by the writer Like the Quicksand creek coal this has pine there he says its value to tie county ar3T -t-ViAtM w8 3w maiaed anon iff IbBm- m sHKtlHBH THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN i aafottw aeasmHntaffiOte aoa No 2 is from WrurSpeueers mine on an excellent reputation in market and for the next twenty years according to retived for I y IM jm Mttteenpue 5 00 Kentucky riveroelow Jackson FIVE COPIES Aver- Â¬ brings the highest price It is much acreagecould be made equal to that of ii up rtwm az JtratG j ith an extra copy of the Weekly age sample byhe writer sought after by consumers for household the wheat production in the beet contiea Sun one vear I jLTKXTcfe itArwtt of the state After the woodaaas ax No 3 is from the Holland mine below fuek 10 00 1TEN COPIES 600 I Year 1 l4fc D With an extra copy of the Weekly the mouth of Holly creek Sample taken The position of this coal at the vari- Â¬ there would be broad fields which comM s 41 iM iaiivvv Sun one year ana one copy of the 1400 Jt by the writer from a large pile of coal ous localities corresponds very well with he made to yield valuable crops axdfrigfce Daily Sun three months 15 00 which had lain exposed to the weather FIFTEEN COPIES pWukm fer larger adveclkeaieats made that of coal No 4 of the Greenup county where nothing is produced ow Cel With an extra eopy of the Weekly Young is surprised that so little eathwa for about one year section A44HHN Sun one vear and one eopy of the SPlSiJii IXKJFliK Desirine to wind up my business I have Haael Greea Ky No 4 is from the South mine on Wolf Dailv Sun six months decided to present a splendid watch cut as At a distance ranging from sixty to asm exists among the people of Wolfe or 20 00 creek TWENTY COPIES j above and as GOOD A TIMEKEEPER as Average sample by Mr J E eighty feet above the last described coal this subject Such lethargy is Boiasgalat With an extra copy of the Weekly i many which sell for 5000 to each of my COCJXTY OFFICERS OF VYOLFE Proctor and the writer from a large pile another has been seen in imperfect outÂ¬ where no local newspapers have existed Sun one year and one copy of the old mends and customers who will come Xx Daily fcun nine months wKfeP forward and pay oil their notes amounting Tl which had also been exposed to the crop at a number of places but it is not in the past Heretofore ix Wolfe forin Omih 30 00 to 25 00 r over TivixMr1rl ln rrt Mns fnr THIRTY COPIES J iftuatMftv- Auric- Hogg i merchandise boucht of me while in busi- weather for about a year As already mined at any place so that very little is stance there has been ho means for the With an extra copy of the Weekly IK C XIK1AS yre npcnm Anrl ir nrrtdr tliof nil rttav lin Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun stated this coal is not positively identi- Â¬ known of its thickness or quality The neonle to know anvthinr of the resorce T trTJl rlijfjiTif wr I UeHeftM mriilo fli watMi Tiring one year fied as the same as the others but for stain or the weathered outcrop of it is of the county except what came uwier -i J frAi J oou in proportion vo ax tJtWr inose wnobe nuies SSieWe Cox are less than 2500 This offer is jjood until Single Copies by Mail 3 Cents To Europe convenience it is given with them It frequently seen On a short branch emp- - their personal observatioa and so aedi June 1st Call on or address will be noted that its chemical composi- - j tying into the Kentucky river from the am for bringing any suggesiieoa before 1C X Fallea nreyr 1 52 a year W O MIZE tion closely resembles the others Cuttr Supt Jblc SckoJljf - Kah Hazel Green Ky opposite side above the mouth of Quick- - the whole poeple Still less has there j juiwr oommKiocr transmitting money The safest method of Above coal No 8 the remaining coals of sand creek this coal is washed bare by been an opportunity for the people ot HOUSE YatsT Dmkmct S P Murphy Wcdnes by mail is by check draft or postoffice the section are not so well known either t the stream and shows a thickness of one county to understand their relatioa Jjr after 2 Monday Stephen Swango as to position or character for the reason tHrty inches It is a bright glistening to adjoining counties or what advance HAZEL GREEN KY Tiwunday aiter 2nd Mondav monev order ttsoeys Dsxict--- D that they have not been so extensively waking coal of very good quality as far ment is made ia other parts of the state S Godsey Fridav fMr 24 ifondj- - A J Xtindon Saturday Address A S ABELL CO Publishers mined and outcrops are comparatively as could be judged from the limited ex- - Such a medium fa how aSbrded ha Wolfe OHN H PIERATT Phoprietor jrfrHd Monday by the establishment of Tsr HjauiJ ad rare W ltn our present knowledge tu posure TxntD Dlsteict J W Horton Wedaes 1 Sun Iron Building Thc table is supplied with the best in diy after 1st Meaday W T Tompkins themarket and first class accommodation coals above No 3 seem to be more irreg-Â¬ Baltimore Md At the Haddock mines on the bank of it is safe to predict that if the editors TtKs4av after 3rd Monday ular and uncertain than that one al- - the river above Troublesome creek this present course is continued that very be furnished for man and beast FotncTX DifSTKiCTJaines Snencer Wedjjr THE 3M4sy fier 3rd Monda- - Isaiah SieHcer7 though it is possible when they are better coal has been found as a cannel coal and much enthusiasm on the subject of prog- - JOURNAL after 3r4 Monday TiHiv Djkxuct IL 0T Elklns Friday COURIERknown and a more complete series of is reported to be twenty inches thick ress will exist in that county withia FlKX FOR 1SS3 sections obtained that they will be found The outcrop was not sufficient when seen year NEAR POSTOFFICE 24 Mond- - Wm Lanxaw Saturday j An organ of Live Issues Living Ideas and to be more uniform than is now supposed by the writer to prove anything as to Moral Forces and an enemy of MonopoKENTUCKY SCXTM District SS Rose Saturday af-- LEXINGTON Tfe Tumperae3t n Wng lies Oligarchism and the Spirit of For this reason the attempt will not be its thickness but it showed the existence ler IsC MHdar A M Swaniro Tuesdxyaiter Ht Sterling Gaoette Subsidv as Embodied in RATES REASONABLE j FIRST CLASS SrdFriiay made to number and classify them at pres- Â¬ of cannel coal at that point Dr N W Tracey according to afk ICHTK 1HSTWCT J JLTerrilljliiesday j THAT THIEVING TARIFF ent They will be described in their ap- Â¬ From one hundred and ten to one hun- Â¬ poiniment reached here e aAftr kkMoHiUr SONS H E BOSWELL The Courier Journal is the acknowledged PKOIRIKTOKS C03STXBIiBSltDitriet2ftekriah Hal REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER of the proximate order dred and twenty fixe feet above this last night of last week and opesed fek seriet er 2nd District James Laey 3rd District j SOUTH is DEMOCRATIC in Politics and The first workable cannel coals near coal at a height where best known of of temperance lectures ia the court Hiram Bailey 4tU Discrkt A J Legg 5th j OTj A rt EL first last and all the time ia for a reduction f tome Dwtrict Jawes Bankt h District George jl of the war taxes as levied on the people by the line of this section are found above two hundred and fifty feet above the The house has beea thronged t vcy WITH Sally 7th District IL Clay Roue 8th Din the tarifi now in force coal No 2 Such coals occur at vaÂ¬ Kentucky river is found the most valu- Â¬ lecture and up to rict Augastas Bnwiiey Weekly CourlerJournat The Slevers Carson Hardware is without a superior in the world as a great rious levels all through this regiou but able cannel coal of this region It is signed the pledge this watiag 5tt heve COUNTY OFFICEES OF MENIFEE aad deaaed the blm Company commonly known as the Haddock coal ribbon some of them beiag of the claes family and political newspaper and during thejower ones are usually thin HtJ2IMiicaeilbe equity officers of i 637 W Mjuk Street MMfeer3c the year 18S5 it will strive more zealously On the Kentucky river at a distance as it is mined most largely at the Had- Â¬ known as hard driakers Cwaty The Drvil J M Vaaarsdell and hopefully than ever for itg political faith LOUISVILLE KY Clerk J J Byrne not neglecting however the infinite variety varying from thirty to fifty feet above dock mines at the mouth of Trouble- - plain and forcible speaker aad argaes Caty Ckrk Circatt u T Hackney of choice miscellany that causes it to be so coal No 8 is found another coal usually some creek This is the thickest cannel from the standpoint of persoaal experi T great a favorite in the family circle The J lungo N 1 nsby to power of the Democratic party about two feet thick It is a rather fat coal on the line of this section and in ence having been oae of the lowest ot J Jauer return HAZEL GREEN KY will make 18S5 a year marked in the history bituminous coal of very good quality but quality it is equal to any It does not J C Lewis Cerear the low in the scale of drunken debauchÂ¬ N A Willis of the United States and no family should lmwor it has not been worked It is seen of this contain as much volatile combustible ery He pleads with the boys as oae Surveyor G W Wheeler be without the CourierJournal who desire Ouaty upt Public SchooLtW C Taylor ffiJSXrnlra nnr rrnirR 11 fcinda nf Parminif to keep thoroughly posted on passing events thickness at the Spencer and Cardwell matter as some of the other cannel coals who had been snatched from the paias o W S Pierce Tools Buircries and Waeons The Weekly Courier Journal lias the Largest banks below Jackson Still Mater Gejaraiswoaer further down and will not make quite so brilliant a a drunkards hell and waras theat by his justices OF the peace J Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten Democratic Circulation of any Newspaper in America If you are unacquainted with the river it is reported to be more than fire but it contains less ash than the own sad experience to shaa the slmaM June September and December Jtlon jrek DISTRICT Spencer third riJtST Turner it ask any subscriber to it as to its merits as three feet thick but it was not seen by most of the others It is mined for this drunken sin and vice as they woald a great family and political newspaper In Mmikt C C Montgomerj tirst Wednes j point of quality and quantity of interesting the writer Above Jackson this coal is region in considerable quantities at the j shun the gulf of despair He OrastraAs reading matterit leads the newspaper press thinner Sbcoxd Distxict 3 T Argo tuird Haddock and Sewell mines near the his points by amusing aadentertsiagaa of the United States If money industry TkrsKy T E Frisbv first Friday At many localities the proper level for mouth of Troublesome creek Here it ecdotes which he tells ia sn iniautahie and enterprise can keep it so it will continxautu uistJiWTE J Ji Aaaras gconu Saturday Nelson Holland 4th Thursday ue at the head of American journals It this coal is occupied by a shale or sand-- usually shows a thickness of thirty four manner He is doing graad work Off f contains each week the most complete stone while Fouktu District Alfred Combs first at about seventy to eightv inches of cannel coal with ten to twelve our city and community The aaaoaat An independent Newspaper of summary of the news of the world and its Saturday Samuel Stacy third Saturday feet above coal No 3 we find a cannel inches of bituminous coal above In one of drunkenness on oar street Monday FlFTH DlSTlilCT G E Hale second editorial columns HEKRY WATTEKSON Con- Â¬ Democratic Principles but not are always able strong and coal This is the cannel coal TriAay Wm Hxghes 4th Friday which is of the drifts of the Sewell mines there was enough to make every ataa wha COKSTXKLES trolled by any Set of Politicians or bright Among the ESPECIAL FEATURES lstDirtrict Jno L Brooks are Telegraphic Specials from all the leading seen in the river hill about ono mile be-- was seen thirty six inches of cannel coal wishes our city blessed with peace aad Smi District J H Kiudrick 3rd District Manipulators Devoted to Collect- Â¬ points in the United States and Europe Se aanon Whitaker 4th District J T Hed low Wm Spencers It is notwell ex- - with ten inches of bituminous above prosperity bid DrTracey aad the tem- Â¬ ger 5th District H B Little and Publishing ail the News of rial and Short Stories by popular and noted posed here but it seems to be thin It is and the miners report that in some perance cause God speed iickard Spezioert CoraxnLeioner of the ing writers Talraages Sermons the day after deBe opeae Day in the most Interesting the JPeer livery in Brooklvn Tabernacle Market Re- probably also the cannel coal seen at G rooms the cannel coal reaches a thick- - his meetings with devotional exercises Fashion Shape and with the greatest possi- Â¬ ports Answers Letters Turf and Stock Be W Johnsons near the head of Nichols ness of forty eight inches The miners and in his prayers he invokes Divine to Correspondents Depart ports CHURCH DIRECTORY ble Promptness Accuracy and Im- Â¬ ment Poetry and Department for Children Fork of Frozen creek It is here seen in bear in on the soft bituminous coal help in his efforts to elevate hk fellow Hjlxxl Gkkkx 1st Sunday M E South No Home in the Country should be without outcrop along the hillsides at many above and then wedge up the cannel men in the seals of hamaaity and reÂ¬ r W L Stamper 2nd Sunday Presbvte partiality and to the Promotion of it places but has not yet been opened so as coal in large blocks ria Rev E P Mickeh 3rd Sunday Chris The Courier Journal Democratic Ideas and Policy in the spect He deals in no persoaaliUes hat Uaar Rer D H FaUen Praver meetings non oifice holding to show its thickness Blocks of coal distinctly represents the Tliis coal is also found on the same takes up the rum traffic ia its general affairs of Government Society and very Wedaesday evening at the Christian and non office seeking classes It is a critic nearly two feet in thickness were Hn rlp nf tbn river two or three miles be- - phases and unmasks its hideoes proporÂ¬ ekacch Tkazs4ay eveaing at Prssbyterian not an organ friendly to those who serve Industry ehareh the country well hostile to those who fail tumbled out on the hillside but bevond low on land belonging to Wm Spencer tions showing the deep danuung reeaHs Cakttck 1st Saday Christian Rev J DAY Sates by Matt Postpaid 6 00 to serve it or serve it ill equally without this there was nothing to determine its r Year entangling alliances or selfish expectations It has never been mined here but it of its sale and use All orpotfieffcoald T Pieratt Sad Sunday M E South Rev G other than the confidence and support of thickness DAILY per MoM 50 shows at an outcrop imperfectly seen attend these lectures the people to whom alone it owes allegiMAvrovry Sad Sunday M E South 1 00 SUNDAY per Year The frequency of outcrop of this coal thirty four inches thick and it is report- Â¬ ance It will have no compromises to make Iter W LStaasper 4th Sunday Christian Ceart Day Sales at Mt SterUag DAILY SUNDAY per Yer 7 00 with tinie servers but will keep right on in in this neighbourhood shows it to be ed to be three inches thicker when the EcvD G Combs 1 00 WEEKLY per Year path of duty which it has marked out quite a persistent seam and it is to be whole thickness is exposed Of this all the There was a good crowd ia 3t Ster Â¬ ErXL 1st Sunday Baptist Rev W L It for itself regardless of consequences TUB SUK Ifcte TorTc kty Addr Gived Sad Swaday Christian llev D G will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor- hoped that when it is opened it will be but the upper four or five inches is can- Â¬ ling last court day the ISth met The Cob rid head inside or outside the Democratic found of workable thickness Two vari-Â¬ nel coal Below this point this coal fcn cattle men had about 500 oa the market XitKfCWiiTJKJ 1st Sunday Christian party It will fight intolerance and liberal- eties of BUY YOUR XjwvD G Cambr 2nd M E South Rev D cannel coal are seen here hoth not been mined or even opened so as to mostly rough mountain stock which ism wherever they appear and has no quarSai Saadaj M E South Rev GCeak ter to give to or ask from malefaction and probably from the same bed or seam show its thickness at any point known sold at 3 to 4 cent3 A few lots of good G B Dougherty 4th Sunday Rev E P malefactors Democratic or Republican cattle brought 5Jc Aboat 100 males oa MiekeL With this explanation of its scope plan and One is hard of very uniform rather to the writer but it has been found as J Rev coarse grained structure showing perfect a stain at some places It is said to be the market and hut few sold at from purpose we submit the following y J acxsox 1st Sunday PrssbvterianSouth B Coeper 3rd Sunday M E TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OF- conchoidal fracture and abounding in opened on the east bank of the river a 80 to 100 Good horses aold at 80 to 10 00 Jtev J J Dickey Daily Courier Journal one year 5 00 brilliantly polished surfaces orslicken Daily Courier Journal 6 months short distance below the mouth of 130 plugs 30 to 60 Milch cows Tr J K QUILUX J C LTKIXS 2 75 sides which Daily Courier Journal 3 months i have probably been caused Troublesome creek but the place hae not brought from 35 to 50 At Keefs sta- Â¬ 1 00 IQ I vl Hill l I Daily Courier Journal 1 month QUILLTN LYKLNS JG 2 00 by faults or slips in the hill squeezing yet been visited by any member of the ble about 40 horses were sold I I Sunday Courier Journal 1 year 6 months Law bm4 Keal Estate Agent 1 00 and pressing the coal upon itself Sunday Courier Journal Attorneri at This survey Whether the coal extends down Trimble bought 12 at prices ranging JLlIl WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Caxptox Ky from 7250 b 170 Oppeaheimer a 1 60 coal contains a considerable proportion the river holding it3 thickness for any One Year with a Premium Titles examined taxes paid for IQf W of earthy matter as will be seen by the distance is unknown but from the well Virginia trader boaght 14 aad J D Five Copies one year without premiCollectioiu aapecialtv Real Estate 1 00 um each of cannel Montgomery a Tennessee maa boaght a Vttriit aud sold on commission Will prac- - j Between Race and Yine 75 analysis further along and to this ouse known uncertain character Six months without premium fikee in WelTe ana adjoining counties 50 may possibly be due the readiness with coal it is at least doubtful However car load at about ih same prices They Three months without premium CINCINNATI OHIO jZSfPayment invariably in advance which it assumes a polish it has been found at enough places wide- - j report the horae market to he ap-- better M KASH TPostage on papers is prepaid by the s Fortunately this variety of the coal lv separated from each other to prove than for months W J Haaks of Pow- publishers CASKEY ATTORNEY AT LAW The list of premiums offered in connection seems to be much less abundant than that it underlies a large area sufficiently ell sold one work male for 100 aad Mr with the Weekly Courier Journal includes a DEALERS IX Hjlzel Gxeex Ky great variety of useful and attractive arti-Â¬ that other which shows a partly lamina- Â¬ large to be able to supply all the deÂ¬ Hal ot Powell sold two for 11750 cles A circular containing list of premiums ted structure irregular fracture is of a mands of an extensive mining industry each John McKiaaey of Estill coan WUl przetite ia Wolfe aad adjoialag coun- Â¬ complete and a sample copy of the Weekly less homogenious ty sold II head of yearliags at 12 to ties Collection will receive prompt atten nature and not nearly for a long time to come Courier Journal will be sent free of charge ti Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY so handsome but which proves on analon application In the hill at the Haddock mines at a 15 per head A good local agent is desired in every com- Â¬ ysis to be one of the best cannel coals distance of one hundred and ten feet HAZELRIGG ATTERSON Keep in stock Sugar Coffee Flour Salt So munity to whom a liberal cash commission Prof Asa K Martia says we will have da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Oysters will be allowed A canvassing outfit is sent of this whole rejrion It is sometimes above the main cannel coal a coal has California Salmon Sardines Mackerel local agents free of charge No Traveling called the curly cannel owing to its been found which is reported to he a but one more saow thk season He also Maccaroni Cheese Crackers Candy Green Agents are employed by the Courier-JournLAW aTTORNEYS AT and Black Teas Syrup Soap Coal Oil Cassemi cannel coal four feet in- thickness wishes it understood that he is aoV eat and no subscription should ever be giv peculiar structure Oil Machine Oil Xard Bacon Patent en to any one unless personally known to tor The cannel coal which is found at but it had caved in at the time of exam- Â¬ of the weather haeiaess After the a Medicines Wooden- - and Tinware Horse the subscriber Address MT STERLING KY John Murphys on Stillwater creek is ination by the writer so that nothing i nation of Cleveland last samater Mr Shoes Nails Tobacco and Cigars W N HALDEMAN 52rWill keep Fresh Beef Pork and Mut President Courier Journal Co could be seen of it The stain or Martin predicted that the refahtieaaa probably the equivalent of this seam 2B M D ton in season Louisville Ky The cannel coal which is mined on sign of this coal was found at other would be soowed aner by tairty ftwa SrEveryihing sold at prices which are HAZEL GREEN KY Quicksand creek about one mile above places enough to show that it holds its snows daring the winter aad new that CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST THE HAZEL CREENHERALD the democrats are ia poaaosstoa of the Physician Surgeon and Ac Â¬ its mouth is probably also the same position with considerable persistence A- - Independent Local Newspaper country Prof Martin very Hadly con Â¬ PRINTING OF ALL KINDS coucheur This coal shows a total thickness of CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Such as envelopes letter heads tags Devoted to the development of the resources sents to turn over the weather to the re Tenders his professional services to the pec- which bill heads cardsc neatly of Eastern Kentuckv home news fcc will twenty five to jwenty six inches of note heads publicans Winchester Democrat Get envelopes printed at this office I be mailed to anv address for 100 CASH the upper eight inches is bituminous Office aiTesidencc on HazeKSreen Heights and promptly executed at tliis office ttieH erald WATCH FREE NI64 i GEOLOGY OE SECTION r id aa53Eft -- The Waterburvv1 1 liXOEI 4HER Crra -- 1 irMi 4 t Tfuif F - Cfac ov i A PIERATT 1 i ASHLAND HOUSE Â¬ 1 1 Teky HJ -- -- S i A JckfeM JSnmiLMMA -- J PIERATT Â¬ t BLACKSMIT Whtxin Â¬ editor- -in-chief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTIO NS J rMlllllnl lll non-resi-4e- at Pear St Â¬ J PIERATT Evtilr 4tj6EiChcs P 3 al Â¬ Â¬ - TAULBEE Â¬ I -- ti bri rs i -- - r r - f - -- - jst -- JiX-- v- THB SI fiCr Mta TXl2T3 iHT TW QkAt kmX - W T r7X3 KILLED ASMT STIRLING - T W7M - S UT -- fcr -- oixiiwurji -- SfTbe salVef irfir tn Imrmnut nimipv liv Yesterday ahotxtrnocn Henry Watson happy mail is br retfsteW Jetfrr pot offic nion a watchman detected John Johnson a eptjruBrorrajtonv iiinnpau juouey sent negra bOV about 16 -VearS Old Stealing SfSS 3H tnis war tnii be at cur risk coal from a car and arrested mm the hoys father JeffJohnn dame up j editor- - to Wafeori and asked Mm tSTteleaso the - nor wliicli Jie refused todoan aiter- X i i cation loolc ulace htween ihem and i HAZEL CftKEN KY WEDNESDAY 3IA3ICH 25 lfc Watson shot Johrison- in thehreast vvitih f ronrwliicTi he dfefdiii a few min-uter- i-- 9 I tUk1U b -- J ft4 3fiBa Sa AhrtfifYfP USKLLEEjuemUBfat airc3j entirei aBBSWfct9 4 1 - ftP fl it TnlB BluerGraSs Coujstry Keeps up Her W t - loc woid beungisfe tt Youpfft afibrd lailft youfe KTlT tligadveuf any iJ AienMnr- 4 iStiA Cjv m u ujeTaUowndll wMc Galisatlharill uawouittiDe unw ise to riafflnaigiaccK5paunr wiiii uwram TTr SrT Xol5S r t oicniv maBs Ieasuf e Yoir are- WJaiiy i X4t sfe r dnchalfmillioa ifnwise if voir neC ltetHTftftfflfti TWf tpw VTJTeifATIC WHITE SEIKCt MilGHDEr J500000WhitBSewnnJadines now vvfc M fc I i M W OS tii SfoaTyl ladies - iy WtiMirtiifn Tfif Anlmflke life easier or work inore pi eanr - f-- m m 3w - -- - J - raft Rfm SSS IEtS M smm wmBBimG2 SMLtWKl I KING OF - - - t43fXOrXCE3I2XTS rfatI 7 VSlSoil claima tlidt1 before he Khot XlUreitn atithomedttto Announce D S v on by some negroes GiDDSEY iis a candidate for the leinsla a JohifsGnlie as fired tgrabject to action of the 4ej0ratic- - whdwere bvstanders and also that he wiisshotut numbers of times afterward iUtl ttm nil in The nCToes deny shootan first Vat i tJ U C he Indications aiow are ihat a largorj son was arresid by Marshal Punch and and as gotten crop wHl Je raised this year sthan brought before Judge alcKee fliey ivent up street several negroes fol many years jwust r lowed some with pistols in hand- and r1 v Fc- - ii -- - -- PK1 J TxirL rvmn Jjlh ajfire at a boanfing tijemse in Bricgi maay df them swearing vengeance We Watson was placed iu the county fail sahd will pr6bab v have rfeddretajy Beisto 1 4ltf io1ave latrlai icnfofrbw- JH3iel3by0ohn John- i the honor of securing Hou BlnTOx t son was1 lodged inlthe ei 6 jail and the ehargeofpetit larcenyTegistdred against J him trHerbrthetTeann ITelfJbhrisoir howiis ildlliedit wa a Affray -fefijJ well kiiowacarpiitdr about 50 years of c liAJwiaiis jcuiaiiituxe liii XTJUilV elected Er rernbr JamesH BeSbts agei aridmiS1 regarded as a man of fair jSnlted Staies Senar M fhenmW- - character He was onicd and raised by iMTwMftnn Af F1SfTiHtrY5ipitKr JtibrfJbhiLsou deceased in the lower endVf thlscounty Biriee the war Jeff liSeni Gi2AXconditiori4R much he has lived in ijhiseityfand hb has raised a tcrtbutdt iff tfiongjitflihecaodei which lhrgc family of children some df whom isdatuatedst ther oot ot hfs tongue will have lleeiV Charged wiflh several petty 1mitobe duoutrWprolong liis life4 tfrimes- and Mm ahuch trouble -V til V7T T-VThe Trlter lias knorn Jeff since before -vr Jmillioaimorc 3iogs have been tlie lafce war and hasnever heard him packed this gutter Ahitnr riast Seven-ojiithe Accused1 of anV misconduce The 4argesp cities sjiovajtotahof expressTegret 16Jiogs packed thiseason 33io cbnduSf of lilBoy has led to lhattHie bad his-- ifiitime tstalfcpacldiig in wesfchaile0nJ34SO i IV ddatE - 1unWto death mi VriirvJit J t rt wnmAn neartfone i4 otfierffidr man sav lie wiu not inil an- - h a --T9 fe nri caej wjjf- - flM mm bJ - Ii - - ml - ttPHBCSW Mmmgr 1 i- - i 1 -- 1 -- agjsssfeSSSl Lr s - gfn -- -- -zehsgcneraily jjj Jaa-at-i- Jt jjl i s -- vw-i Win u mSmZZ3fi22S3 a M- Ei5K3aU CrSiriP - JHKidBHBHK ttBaT-VBfiES-k-- t- F ff e 240igaInst 402OG4Jastyeiirw ti f5Ji- ftii J 41 j iJt8 nft iiaUOH TTAS3I5 -- geriior aar The linoceiice nHa 22JNWIS8to S teiVSfef 8J7Ltl5PossaiS la been Kisweek1 the bffieershad a buttle with YfiLmW a gang of coal theives which resulted iit t maij8l8ar i dojicj fpr EhlSlS flhe fotltedmt ktf ffn1 trtnltnowMdli lias beotf gdingori forborne time -- - iu m ar iiPa and unless the lieutanant ran p further respite ho IiueterjiitynexfeirWilli 1 - I t a X2QuiKiejcial4r3iade long and SSn periterjtightgainp the giim gPCIuisyiJle1and2iabiatrIast rwartlpd yeiughemialhclosed wouriffinfl6ne Marctis Crooks The negroes are loud in their1 denunciations of i7 Watson and threaten1 to do him Violence cgtjgjcgxtvtaxss ivj v tilmijjTjjCxiaji3rT3JjrUEraarrBoo f 1 Our advice to them is to let tlie law take T The Jtoti Knell tQ Polj gaiuy GENERAL NEWS M tourse and keep quFet We have Salt Lake Marcli 19 riie ghurch W Tim senate has coiiiirmcdCienBIack ehougHffdubT now without getting up organ breaks the sjlence to night tor the n a wafof cahsure thne- - first time since the rumor of tluj coming as commissioner of pensions r t Artnur jjasjnaie spcal 13 groes tliat Wtitson will be deJtlt with an the spring abriratiou of polvgamy -- 3 TV w urxf Tfrs 9 THr i iy tt rv ya AiiIiLL5kJiJLlio LwLcJULcIOiL Office fiithe Mammoth Keese Building MT STERLING KY few Extra Canvasser wAnted vho can Come Yq Rccomniendedsl 06A SBLi - ERYTOWSfTO F TTiT7lMTIT5 nr 3 j scso ws JLAZ JtOiiAiJS 5 i KEPEEtfENT US j i4 A i- or - - j ForWOaim ai3fCKfcitV aif 9 iH OASKLEW For Sandv Hook and Vicinity addrs kZBks J at rT tii if i ivddressZ Fon MayavillQ and Fkmiugfeburg paFieminSr Q Obve Hili and8 VienntY address i ifeHBiMr JamesnlLTc t t ior s exijigcon anu VKixavr auurc - T I 2 un eklt 75 Main Street r 1 ahmity IBSU a J I r L 4V rKrafSMlSJIUl s i J -- d a a Kk - U - - i- i 1 JR - u- 1 TTVIT T V -- aruEL McKEE JTII n 1 I raccse -- i I rtrs helfertesl ft - - I arjrldieisovjQerjjJjrQught to justibeEho lagers rcejlveat5Lh SiAi Wjreiah lis 1 ohejcifttljeabestj -i- offifee uvrf Ct n younjjsej earnestly phcitRdtf SSI1 fiSP SSSS Wertifej Ieutvoj jifi1 fiJ--governprj J MSSSSfe wM i j govornrroi T -- ir - 3 Wf SSWiV e hisjene- - Pafir Fe j topuy uie iaf KT6rn5 E5bxW3 wiff Ifc handed SiBai-it5fllfiQfit-PHc- ib tfte ffl5vTTfiaaii3n Tal tf fcjnaedrwife fflRWKSnbteS Has -- Head the lavunderaoi ansMl foiailie nother wBore story atf fifll lak fall fliurdof help Wn lflMif conbaliR if oufcrage 4ha befei perpetrated otlshland Ky Fdur yflung Vffijft men fortdtrneiwoirian fo driflf whiRky Aintii shSwW nselisiblc and thenrepeatedly delmucJied- her 0nly one of the scoundrels has been arrest8f iinBsiich ndignationjirev1iiIs thaf iHs thought Kill biair lynched- - Ko j 1 HKTheWodf5rcFSuntllrinfc he snbfies 6ffCrrE libatLft depends onthebufe ingrofi tlflj1 Kentucky Tjhion railroadi -- melfnic5stofthUpapers itssuretlrau jTadToifanroaanSnvefbeiidvttAb railroad will be pushed lo iccrmpidiioif 1 Such meiriB YdrxG are aptlo iro tuiraugh wih all thev undertake Mgensttfr BsiDans otheiIlinesyt6 legislature died on 5the50di iht H5 death makesa tie in the senate but Cfovl SfftftuaVllnie tlrdelecticmcomes off iJne hasorered anelecHonto lie Iiiaafe 1ili687t2iar3tricfc tefill the vacka- cyaSclvlhe future complbxldn of that iiodyfwdibevih doubt until Apnl lltlg DGflESBY5 -- f h-h5 r Church favors the stepH It k at It Sterling Ji JlC u editorial bv saving the menibers pf thq Q vf E aflp tepy K sSe the pledge Vv i S ia Jaix ieiniisbjir negroes 0 mofani Church who feel and talk favorably for cofliUnnidsAi - W T Mf IUfrirviTTlrit lirr Mif1 tti rv- i Ujiu wiVwiauVjiiACllM3SitJU 1 l jT Bb V 4 ezttti 2 died af fconsuinplioii within r t i ilfhave rim nfrrp ire wiiviii eighteen ninths Their 31a1nes arp v IIiunii has fixed Pri jzuii wiw ju5t iiiifcuvjiiiryretnosu i i juuwbii v r HAZEL miEEXj KM - s SreStorca tUrough day April J71 foJ4heejscttiitin of Ggq u at most wigu ticv A Finley cnvited cf murder in Floyd H Clovclnd fafa A TORXER LACEY flmt it not ta i iSi qounjjvfIlrf s put fn j Sioae L -A n 0i i m Vj1 ATTOKSEY AT LAW omIIJprhamapf Danville has lY iPkota jaif charged vvith murder He POITrDltY Ohio f tJW vidihgitis stretl v in accordsuice with was ftund deadin hi cell neict Jav been aop6in te4lqonlrjlcrof ti trcasury JOS Tine Street Cincinnati XOTTARY PUBLIC AND EKAdfilMBiaiDK The ALLISON SMITH 3 DKPtf irgio byPrespent Qlsyeland Anotheigood their own They desire to adhere ty tle clfiHnr nrmmiiTiiofl If tt ol- vif toIj j y VH Qh whlch tlLs paptr j8 orintcti is from Tllc t stnmm Church because tliev cannot ridtheni frouiiCrght appointment fnnttdrt T7 nrrnt tTirtr r n theii l4iVanceurg CpjUripr cLtucky willgot selves or the cpnviction that it s the Mddscarjyifc of a prram7 Tf L ui cgaogippqipt2iiciit Wadeem power oi God unto salvation but they hank firmer linng at KetaefIH was j V 11 ffi Tt I WOilfiifl1 R would like its doctrines ari3 ways mere it butsistice to tate that this isnt rffcln with afitV mid fallingn tlie fire m cohforraitywith ia worYdtfiat every ys IHf1 spntornlyUurai9il tliat abc died vJ n U 3 rornr species of friction thtt Iiiuses jjiscoihiorfc LilieJBath okcuit ppurtam Clay i Viithin ft fewhoufi nKy lo t fprstabbingmiss Jallie Oldham last fall and- temporal disadvantaged nughElic rtjS ear Camden Ark JiTri Annie Th fact they vie coiigcrvaiive wascqny4cted aucLsent to the penitenci- - abided Ghoate was buniedsto death by herclotii J Mdfmbhs another tcriu for iBen wlio Afflicted HutfoaiMty- - lncatchbigfiepmin Open fireplace fCpl 7j Ypujigr v ho washotiiLthp if tlieChurdli bit Clirist WcroinaniiJa She wasbut sixteen years old and loft a bytheni would doubtlestadoptii policy child of six months ajiulder nearIoreheadabqut tvowqeks jr f ctiir b r i 3 j i t jcz 3 ci a agphasalmqstrecovered from his wound of giving up religious rites by piecemeal A Washington telegram says FIcncjr d nr irifAttftefjMistinguibhiugfSafcirVI are looated uastj Wi S0tWnin8 at JIt Sterling tweenthe1 Saints and tllVwofld woufi ridka and Voorhehsilre afliedagainst the --Thsc springsthe nurrn1 thrce OTfifi fI nn t mrTe troul AllIitl ivt- A tnh County ourt yanceburg Gourier Resident Aq hope the repori is Vipt Grjqui Tljnvwater J a IiuligLr lfi jaSidnWripal bntit maeupir disaiSTear faifd they woiifds1e Idveflby1 all trmijibutif truosolnuch the worse for cntase xf irmi tlum anv other vvater knovrn ljeTTctili5iBe ino viilfiTiuthcffeof pr nancially The receipts of tjie day 1 rom the earth hecatisS tlidy wuldpeswSi HendriclcsfajYhqe tx i liatPT iiiiid iaternall qz ftaoiaUv- - n fcY IdwM iipbythe world tfiiich lovfs it s the two hotels for liquor license alone JClio jnaYiydiKeapes wWe1ifieir is AVno Qufcfin Iowa thoy sent a popular jour- Â¬ a1 r OVn It would result in aboVheriuHTer nalist to jhilfor foYtv eight hours for heurnouu for vieh thwn iMuttirftilKatPr amounted to S700 Yanceburg Gouricn George yf Rogr sal ap1sfuey similar to tWl whicli tbok contempt of com t The ladie of the GOI crsanji Jolin G LoveT of raysvilie are place shortly uljfeequfintVoHlVemef place mlcd Ins cell frith flowers and pies i C9 raATiDN slices i fnj applicants for deputuy collecttr Botii Chrijarlily misrfbii1 Iiiif bomllig Kentucky latliefe ajipuljEiearthfe inililmt 1 LSiHASJitf HCUtUFlILACA47l dre Xewis county boys and both irefull back to the starting point alKauficlpa Dick Braunoiii who robbed thoInited EHEustmsf n f XEITRALCUA of ini vitriol and yinegarl Siiutyouf liOiisand predictions regardingflie recp States iriail at outhwidk Tex was coif V0JESSjfce V ilJtfl mOuth and cock vourear ami vou will tibirbfhdrcvdlatiOlisrto tlie Crnfreh are yjet3daid sentenced to tlm ponitqufciary HA iilWtt wi we nppwm a Jew of tit liufnldk ortis- - i dhngdest ifeiit oftlm onciar f ra-- recfefarily premature The faithftil vlio for liftf He asbue of t lik gaiigvhb i 3c tunomalif Which htfveliiwh tettdtfrca as to soelr to knowfiud do the wifl ot pod will niurderedAlarshal Gosling iceftect tlieir tiirtrBna7Vornfiriraiiirjia t nbtbtf shaken of their pinidscV neither escape fronvhim One lad5writI aui fbtJutnfal to the ifc TUe Mcctin afirpuclilmr Great Give of ill Jles5nfht I tried 11 At a meeting of the executive com will they labWdon their religiciis pritfcT h m f BaydceiVed manycrmlimcnViV mitted 0f the- dehtocrafic committee of plesfln Wlibleoriii partj utlder aFily MA 1 ft kf 2s tlid lejrjslaiCve district composed of the bf prendre 4haiever TheynulVJ libidwV notices and good vishi fromftne alfuirrlnlth FYiowiefnovi - ITEVRL AXD VINE STVcS p coudyjpf MoritgQmcryjMeiiifee Tov eil iiothcirlfdgnty in fulV expedthtlons press of our state fdrull 6f which we water eTOeanrilfihoiavsPirtliifttlte of JSwsujsjo H jiring did ne or irol i all the nostrum I ild Volfe present F Dav pi oxv sooner or Infer beholdingWWvatiHh are wry grateful buUhefpllowing from thancertainlvbe witliTop Tuh e rver tried It ajain rjir iiifcfiul th Renuisula Enterprise published at will etefCErrUwanjit Jnext5nrijKT y frouisrontmenj Lylans frbm of God Gjfiriinb1 r t A if yin 4U - hu state NEWS rac5tii94einpijijangelist conference It at ixreaent T-- 888iStaBi Styy3 wr n n b vrm n in a n jm vk f i j i argues jtgjpnst i but - 3JRunSwtpe n ul I J ATTOSXEY AT LAW WTefier5oa street LOtnSVHJiR r- vl ei SJLr Tt - Ki v Joe not absolutely deny at JfieJfsanic timthatartof J 4 iidmitjtin i- rtS-f1-gooVvir- mg several mute women to talk f Tlierr i the husband pronouncQ him aquack l closes a long The forfeited Texas Pacific MlfWd -i- w A a rr 654- ancT655 V vl i rain Street y - rRfcldfe in the tiimjUStafts Conjs Mw - 4ji-iuiii ri i- tniQ 1 t- v- iTiinwas-prniasiaaj5CtTicCtott k lir - Jcql sjaJk meam 4 Jjj K 1 I jix 1SiU VK - - ii -- s - - - tr Jhh - - Hx j ICen-tuekvJs-fa- ult AlTCllHllr ft 0 ttltit 4 Jif fM Ml m 4- -- J llxyO mnejqr Kaiiir Rtiir rnim - r tsr ir HrtT j 1 - - - JM ia 5 - j - aj - 1 intii XZJM1 dypetO tarrh v- lEG5f MMISS ciiTit rj - r xx -- einSj m 4 1 J- - i k ft- - i S-- -- -- jr-i-j -- tt senateh Fn3ay - cdnfirmcd jEIie oUejr0xffom B EoiarmitaSns df entMjm oN J DtniaAr 3atSi-bfPenusHarainaiirsti- vnHr jiiijioi nnuii iuimugair coiumissoi ier or of MAirmf V IdxTCfOf- - motion ftdfeon p pr inan nnd J UhyHns niado ilehifce Oil 5n chliir Oh I Quilfm secretary -- LyfengFrerichburg was fleeted legislature in tliis sliid sgflrbsrmaster generalv Q lv-- frthe to be held onLlheailiriclbf convention 22d dav of TisLf ennesseecommissibheV tf In Lay 18S5 Oh motion of J C iiykins the jylacfc for holding the gen- eral cbryenfaoji to ubnlinate acindiflafe is J dann1fflrtriLMEP 8 -- L eioger cake tlu iSontinel- cojnes pictures tQiBioixoirW spective counties on the JSth da of r f Hazel Greee Herald April ISSoin mass jneetmgor by del after loaning egates asThe cliUrhian and county com-Â¬ -vtjii itiiuat uiLLurtJS ueiorp we nnn n whhtioa mittee of each couiitymay determine wy f t tJ to e dicPnot think ybii would f select delegates to atteild tlie district Htat us that vayi Ginccr cake indeed ouse-tdemf-- xtsicrai la oar SSlfJli esefassttrsecretarv6f slati H BoilTEE df iTis- - i trict meetf Ihilie court iiouse of thci r re- 1 JlSPm4 Miusruu TKJ ui y JrI - tCovjngtoji Goimpiwoaltlrjj lfir 3o faras cdildidates annouiicementsfor npjxt legislature uf KentuckyluiMa been made there is promieof 4niprovenient jTho jiex general assembly cam hardly fail to respond - to the unequivocal de- Â¬ mand of the people for reform in the managemejitof the states affairs - -siThat a sessipn hallnpt exceed the constitutional lmitof sixty days That private and local legislationbe greatlyabridged or altogether suppressed 4n all cases in which needed action may - jj Accomac C Sfv VC ithivhicli we tivere connected fOr mearlyithrQftygars is ptccidlyapttfeQiate0r r our exohanse list Its editor and owner I pencer Copper formerly of Tho- lDhfef- - The Hkraid publislied afc Hazel will aiford auiple areoiamotmtion to vwitonsl Green Kentucky has a welcome place oi xc prise puic rnn iilT yLMlfi fiiVmt1 i Wk ftsat Lief 1 II J I f -v5 if 1 IJ 1 f ii r uijr tijiiA Ta jLjri ji tvt- iii iit- jtv- is iisfw tinniroM vrtnJi 1 - BvySkvE0BB3MSs V -- f wr- a - j- - - jhj j J jpa pirtnuaxes urjgmatyuiat euirpnseanu - Or this 1 FMtelaoBWt04boarUl- nuarres iiaiuwmun jvaMJO ofScp- -- Hazel GreenfvV5f as if it were not born under a wrong jnoon being theDemocratic party to power and e WWlUUiVWVJ UVIW WAUU iarnHinQop ltaooics 5 iifiRi iJ Lfn r r ifrsrErtB - teKBpfesriOSS -- ljr f AA tv - J tH uimi auxi a w - m TP1lneuj WJm vmjrgdoutJHsountiful supnjy f J ClEr A a1 i jpanaangwasn lLaown with - - wanac WlVJm jnjslj - and after vango van 4oiWngmerjiapQutiis APKW f - yjien aiid convention to be held at the time and place aforesaid for the purpose of nom-Â¬ inating a candidate for the legislature On motion Rcsctvid That The Hazel Gkeex Hehald Licking Valley Scorch- - and Sdntinel Democrat be requested to puh- lish the proceedings of this meeting B K DAYt Gbm -- l millions ill itf to the ownVrj lie may rap J VWM feO t H - 720 JMrf iirich reward fw his laboy The iirst issue of Ise Uekald has a neat and at-Â¬ MCfclsT STAriJfiT- tractive appearande- - is devoted largely 1 r tor local news and shows that the eattor iirterSR2SAi --LOTflSMirnEA x be had in the load courts isdsmuch at homeih flic editorial sane- That all treasury leaks be stopped tUii as he is ehtcicnt at the case In ey cdApiffiRjr ASwgxDSiKKs- That a careful revision pfuthe tax laws erv department of the newspaper busi-jessia fact IVfr Cooper will be found carl r be had Wholesale and Retail it That useless gfiiccs if any theje bebe pable and we sincerely hope lie waii rfc i 52rAny one wishmjftovisit emcinnad such encouragement as lopped off and extravagantsalaries cut ceiveprofit by In a maraiOr7lie deserves or Louisville can leave thoir hhriuirit h ivhich me and and it at t in rest assured that thevwillrcceiv e jv down aln f uuc su uiiiuxciii ua jiu is rlk a uuuiu uu every attention be Watered led groomed That practical steps betakentptyard aud bedded Soliciting roar custom re- Â¬ Hjy AXD DKltETt TX Yotijrs truly corresponuems are respectiu lV50- - main jut calling aconstitutional eouvoption JOHSKEEF i In short-- that we have axeftnyn legis licitedto hand in their favors i early ithisweek as-- posaibleas we wishin next JOB PJ025TIN G OF Atl KIN lature mfact as rvelLas m name ouch as envelopes iefeter heads tass r VBXXSCflOS KB -ii3uces1iecidllytbhaye rfll theiuw rr note heads bill heads card f -- notvi jrrasu PR T fir ctfuntxy proiiuqioiaiL Si Gotcvrfope3 printed at tliis bfiiee - sible of our sbctron and nrnmntlv vAfjitorJ of fAm H v X uaw uiiik IT Ifinrta gnrae better eggs ehicfceas fcei - wiw 4Vfc TnTUn TTjrTrjTnr iiC Dry Goods ji a r - hcrWStfnn liff -- I I tl w Aaf 1TOOTG- jtr t j- - 1 s - rm IW I Ani4344F j GROCER Wihesanil -- Lfifoir J a-pa- -- i- - - Js HSPBp --- f 2 4 wi- 1 t rJ-Vjr - t - i J - - - CJT - TvYi TRjP - sn n iittinri irn nmriifini HMMwWMmuni j r vCs fiar- ySMMaMMWBHTlWW - i-- vc r 5ivV tea - 4- - - -- - TV - TfOBi MRHAI I yj TV 3lJJtl w lit Xl- II Mil - - V MHttMMMMWM ProspeetH3 Mgpwn is situation tiip state XAKlUMKsaMfr pacing fo3Ife Sterlingfand just 5Sjo inl sis Mute May own iigim jLi mB v mimmFmjywGE 7r ijj t - lijwmmyiTni jAQKSONf iiii nil irrfivifiaatwtfHiiTMMiaiuagcf--i- i r iiaiiiwriiiiriiB tiriminijMjjujuuw IMMMHM S A OUR JACKSON LETTER -- r Always in Advance - V 1- - 9 tne court House The history of this town as heretofore given by newspaper Wiit protiunent Camoiigivliom jnavbe-mendeputy marshal offlietiVvi f I y Eustice E Sweatnam of Sest Liber wnwwuucins ttsiuuresn in the minds iL JSP10 EBJIrvVE Chikier swac c ty lias been visiting in town the past of the people of the state especiallv the r mountainous section on account of its week Xentuel outh notoriety for bloodshed riots and breach- Â¬ Ivlrs Bettie Jrowiij of Montgomery tujLt iiit uvuUivm ons srriwa J5f Vi U St0re Stedra tlse2i rabladsAuthhd tf four is visiting her father Archibald Day es of the penal laws These writers have attower tliaa Alt 7 s no doubt in a few instances told ih m Jimeo public hall one aiulVw RmrtiJiVW T lv f ja i JesveRXt fiAwfistf A fWfmn Priodo James U- - bwahifo of the firm of Mav trath but Bloody Breathitt EV 7T which Kr41I A cuu uu nouring mill one doctor vx arnves at iiau aercoz was their favorite name for her never c t5lO ELa13 JLtX JC J XJJJ X Seawij 3ltv jjWr tiVL IzAO iniA r apdpnminiffi in tieJtbwjiIieY- - Srowja fromM 0 Uaiieypfor which be was as bad as represented It is trie I larhper oPtheSE church nres t He expects to gdirifcfbasi there have been several fnnH ir gr in JSe ieuves U4 1 6irrj yi 3irStamer InltiiUiTiifWviilp ness bfliiiiiself inthe nnM fiitnrn - Tfth county in which some men were snatch- Â¬ m 0 -if 4 i j- a MSJBfc 530 i - ii - i i 1 y t aiiru r crunr nmh o 2 connects at 3Te iiftnA Fiifci sueceeq as Jie is recai Uccl bv his ed from tliis earth and sohtto trvfbe ivoif 0 uiuuuuiiuui Pinn i l t l and 157t p hl iraifejfciV with aaivava n nA 1 cwhhuii i us - - uiiiuiieu iiuu fa minister Fii 1 isHuut wjiuui realities of another world This was psv o j rm jtt t AxTt i s while our people were in the hand of Xo hVsimVnWTw weas jnan s V iiltr a MTOZKlipx ht-- j J aalnun n jCL A A T DayVmarslial ofOnrtownhas safan but praise the Lord tlic peonle V P T Sk w tndn from 11 SB se- Â¬ Ji y iy vvitii ifi ji xcuu jiuu Jium iue auu acnounus ootids towjind county are to day able counties where he has been hunting to shout hallelujahu over thereverse of down Violators of tile law He is prov- Â¬ things God is now ruling supreme and mam iare aA mrdOdiouW ing to be one of the bbst detectives in Satan has taken a backseat We have ltntrviii- - at Jioii H at 4 p iS Haw Loanr ifbr JWfdSjrjit30 p m A spijpt o impvcineut lias pistols grins carcls and jipFj instciid of 5 etai the the state His sHiccessin he last aap a x - uijJBiuuisii fjairojxrp 1 is months is unparalleled in ferreting out wlnskey prayer meetings carried on in 11 as raSid intifenB xt yftar v it lias boon crime and bringing violators of the law nearly every House in tOAviT Sunday J it Ti V J JLPm I Ji215- - CHEEK to justice school every Sunday young mens WiljSESDAY aLAjtUH Jo lSSo of tuc leading fijxas rS TLnsto Richard Brown was tried to day h the Christian association every Sunday even seUs ir tuc i he Herald conamit il i fc Th magistrates court for- breach of the ing prayer meeting Sunday nights uw J 107 nonnip n witii ti-i- f n i j rHiirauujuiv anu win ns peace and- fined by the urv one dollar preaching froin two to three times a xuty sr--- antl -- hffecif cents BrWii isiincler th e mohthlsrp RieminamuhinedMiltrl 4 Give youi n uV w iwi5uuvVi uau rejorti apct tnecnine w as hesdajiitai4il literary society every dp Mtodty business iMlicV onertlmt should jhavebcen punishedto Fridavaiiglitthe full extent of tlielaAy gucli Verdicts The high school at this place conduct- Â¬ go Griv - OTOUluiJCUrelermaBeiit prosperity tliey licenee meii to violate thelaw We v eniupiacedieiiviiuvenfiisinsin tseol- is imenngTvitlihearir have ed fijjf grftTohn Jay Pickey and Miss V umns at once a good and wholesome law why not en Uappie liifetle is still flourishing yfiss AlP N II TRIifBhE Clarence eldest son force it With the proper enforcement Littlq has taken upon herself the labors GoimPDavJ V rtlslltauilIymrn9 Ti r IS qUBteiil with sinTMiTY IX T of tbe law we will have less riot and of Miss Kose K Bichards in the school i lt The fdUbwiag freigbt andeiqressfet Recently left for her home in rSSl JWIiattle of Ererfuitt was In Hazefe bfgoods will e publislied lvervek bloodied llcvCJcvrgc-W doles colored ap- Â¬ Green on Friday enroatet lit SterlinrrS for the acconimodation or44l v where shc expects tp re of our subscri- Â¬ peared before jlH Sextonjustice of tl fclQwfeople here were greatlv su B Gosey says he is confident m bers It is rurniahed by W K Tabor peace oparihgahcountr and produreda gnvcdSpTliave Miss Eichards av p un -agent of the Kentucky and South At- Â¬ amwr i nju uc me next represetative from this writ is 7iui us lantic railway at Sotlnvell and will be tt torv Andre - Bccklev and Wiiineld her irreat and cootl work nm 3 tr i legislative district luenuricjcs coiorjCd ol irgmia ehargc they rejoice that she has left be- I forwarded to us every Friday M AND DEALERS TX with grand larceny The writ was placed hiiid her one of Jacksons fairdaudi Eemember that one dollars vbjPTof XAUB PLACE AXX CLASS LES in the hands of Constable Mahnin and Mp who liable willing andqualified E we can use win bCTved in groceries 2 ISP0 20 lv witli K A Childers anVAr T Iay as te take her place Mis Little is having lr6yt it- roceriefi 467 payment for our jpaper one vcariP r1 roe 15lS guiirds the Joiing bloods lyere arretted a delightful time with her music class Jasliufr A virrtksldluft hardware 215 at Mt Sterling and Jolmnie Davis of Morgan cduntA has they were forthwith Prof Uickey pYmcipal of tlie high ymKckson roceric been stopping with Br TauMe for a vnk returned to this place where they had schopl is2 powerful instrrnnont in Gods 75 a iVai2 JacHorKroeeries 2054 an oxaniing trial few days receiving medieailjeltjnent t iJjlUCS Viattn hands This good man lias done- more iij SnwiejU T and E B Afa mayjr of thqtowJi for tlid salvation of thd people of this 0 VThy would thejiavf piytownbel -- 00 BobfeSpay represented tlie V s coimnon wealth County juiinfevci- - hi Jt and jiara man to fi i tt lorfiiat office Er- - - w CliLLa 0vfw V t jreei ifroceris fi7n unfaithfully performed hisduiv vVffer still ho woife 4ind ncvdrtros vuku Jivit Vt As I P iause he is more tiiau half inayor in qrj r eU Juclcn 2 KHfiffaif- aiicT impartial inalfcE foes write iL cjimliearjcQdjidofix t me some 1 package v out oi olree See5 xajpuic i jouny ri 25 were lound guilty and their County Oerfc 3 Jrcathitt JackKon 1 pa liondjiixed of our youiimen nvho havV rcceiltiv 2f Countv Clt rk Volfe Canipton 1 pa 23 25 at 300 eaehj in default of which the v been coinrtecl GQDyQnu1hg tftfne- - IJL4ljtli llvso Hhiunigan r of Beiitn ville who LrcathiU Couiy Jmaksou CTWSUSfcBllU 2 bundle 150 were sent to iherftrganciuitvjailfoi Liuous to me sironeotgrarrlrajse has been receiving KAME PLACE AKO CLSS CHAnBK - JXlWidc the Lord for itv from JJr J Bj3auiIfto fnr fl James F Tutt Camninu i iiii h orES TABLI8HED IN t1 i r T 5 We are having a greStieal of bus rauraedUiome JrtfeofcrtilwarsrnaIraSeTt gJ MrstA JBingaisontjiiic lit- rru x isialordt JaiievLbundle 00 as- Qqd U always V u blehig us I r V4 1 11a We need a postoffiec atllothwolh men of TShls place hould hae f he ennilSwacr he has blessed is with good ihjiiiiians nv f The people here like tirRHKALDO Dr urteev toextendIiiu ifirl f Arr Tfiv J jdxltiieratl t Bro 1 fccholUJfg moved to some of- the mayes nasclflSrecn 1 iL Mrjsj iii iOE MT -Erans5 AJearn lliaeMrs Efans ifc XYKIUS jTI Co Cane v 1 nnnVn is i YY - j V ow lower coufa h probably Esiiil vW 25 Savorai ofour ymm blonds wele re Â¬ to sit up withbim on liondav uiVht 35 P Dixon Dr 1 vori TovaJ i of Agency lt 2a SJ 3 7 80 8 Dv Hazel Grren 1 spectfully solicited to attend circuit fcssfoluj business Vml 25 will- not retuiai 188 Koyd of Liverpool J-- M Murphy who lias been attending 94 l0bo000 00 ISTIt Iudon nl LancaaMs e LS3C Iloxi an Countys Deputy Slieriff llnrfie jl eouft at Frenehbiu las week i ijiu UUiJUOn ta ZM rj i for a few days Dr J B Tailing re uimpuui V Pxof HaveVs school for Lcnmo Lr Ktnvs itenis at KotuveltiQrHhQijast lrptfe of England 36875000 po WlWlartforf frSSSS- fc SeivHntl Democraf1 grets verymuehthat the doctors have w miiii jmisn jiercaa- b Ii34 Spriagfiltd ofiSprinafirfiF ifefeeafP 0T5 moistiiwasfe epenttmpSled io Quit i Wl II -- - jhC fewfijiysgare like hens teeth few and all spirit o iSifliDK iWhifilrihnS lft goiuvas thojj absence increases his vHowevur we will irv niirt dose InsC ol North Amlsrica f r lornia i02k0i jnKffi Aowan BofityihdbQalt AhSTt far between gather afewphch1 weekhereaf fer leSture S iSsbnie hall ljbctiii ha actdedno their victJiif foil -- r w8sap I FlW OhiO ftf T nmAn r X 3 V Cil W flA In conclusion I muit savthiit lam 110 hi 10 Ofeat hSis Phtsbur C V io nigbt 31rs Timmins has some re- - hasWy tram SbwartTBumgardner dep Vliios ACombsour clever assiji Umt exceedingly proud o thoorfcuiiity of ls- - heiux of London 5T381G I65 1119 markable revelations tQ make lnrregara uty sheriff oLIldwin wns foully murder- Â¬ postmaster at UornweiL while pestmark- - wriringfoira paper near iibme Kay The Insufanec in order to be lylijMeuHbfrsironteedli to silver deposits in tlnYcbuSitv f a --t ed Jn the highway twb and a halls miles iiigta letter one day last week struck his Hazel Grebk- HeraijI ever prosper Qorporauons me polices of dpuUtful or cxperibichtal c4in phnbeineafaTanvpHcl policies are always west of Eiliottsville Mondav about 1 r finger with the stamp DldnVktll him and redound to tie good of the people Tlie best banker or apersw the cheapest Inurux shoVld select their coindnies af tM GracVjJle Evans of Campion wa in tm B F Mcdormiek formerlyof Thqm of u duld a whojs to bold their nietherjfliia was done by a foe in Look to qualfty aJ m tue moiliitms and may its editor HkzcI fOreen all last nveekn attendance ujiiuusH yr asville Ga was here lastwcek Ben paramount consideration of insurance llespeelfullv j irOFFAfJ live long to enjoy the fruitsof his labor reiaierit was a lace to face a i3Lt Traders and Deposit Bank rTVAjKiVE will move back to MtJ Sterling f his in npoii bisdittetson Johnnif nvliolhas heenj eiicomiierls not mid may never this gcdd5 rk and ever liiil home fM beknowri saffeoing vrith spring and engage in the lumoer business wiih us iWHiMwuijiirm mJjjjauiji carrier first found hini lying lh Thexpffil hi these grand nnuiu tains and - - EeSdoLow Magain themiddle of the road with liis flee onjoy the hospitality of our people All IJreatliitt CoantyJ To our manv friends in Hazel Green pownward and being frightened rased VriuVliaye not subscribed -- for Tke Hkk TRdzTJis mnmK l Jiiowing wbo liTwaimnl i iJ LDslioiill do sowjthqut delay lritoTeEOHncBvtaiteffiis ijToiif -T ilie COM weather vriHiiihke irarivTnr rv y m cettmjrjut K j enorts I alhjuntn next time your humble JiEiiALUsince DEALER fX his section - the its inngurafioh we retaraoursmcereJ J3 dmen here arefveiybusvvgetting servanf wh the next tide Thereifrilbbea -Thevllorald GoiniIiaHptal i ii tiie nejircst house It grenany rafts to go outrv M rc- T ilnvneurit Miss LuliePhiili HJ lV V JliJWUI Mto Sterling- Gazette Wiix TIx 1 II I W ft L- - ArJ v 4 afa Is r i LU IUM I 1 who has bean pvisitmtr inHJszel Green wts7pfQhat hfe Udvnyas full of holes James Harjgis sold to 0 L Terril oii MX HiHtAift came tb hamj last xveck tiiitky Uvo buckshot and for a week past returnoiSo her rhpme havhigrecciycl muie ana two yoke ot cattle for 3Q ivaka a new pui NO 10 MAJiN S5CREETT jiugc-imiitJi MT STERLING KY ss vims tooic place on jt Thomas Sewelh of Tntsnn hc mwori The peopeothafr juitl ijivq with news last Sunday much ito the regret of iier sectioacansupp6rt a n unnsty creek near where Col Z T toa farm nbar the A a njj friends here moil th of tliis creek good phper if they try and gpehcer j in Young received a wound on tlie 7th inst iTii 1 Kentueftyi re are crlarl fo Cboper will give fhWfust Geo Bice carpenter formerly of this giimgardiier was about twentv thrce on the Kentucky river SBVri such k one mtf t men move into if properly cnppumgeis FIe pLce fis inw3iAingfnearf Maytowhvsir yiarsord uiind iorinrWlIved iniElliott have goodandvWiaU-to-d- o oaq Davrpocfcstrifei our commimity man of experience and abiIiWand i i isragmbtheT jGeprge ya ty vi J Ki ht 0aV C3oek OIS coujitji fit i Z Airs TrBJDay has been sic forborne we triist his veil tun wrlf prove a Success Hght Dacioa-Bice whogof sueh atfallrinashvillej--f- t rfT f f 5Hs u raIcSnlyers Killpf irltnMt fime and we are sorry tysayihe is not The JfenALp isjnjepdent iii AWinJfnrr Sun -jjiolifi OyK S 11 Hi rScntinelDiirtAiRii T improving very fast Jt and will labor for tjie people- of Eastcrii -EcViJfe iddox oTBedBiver in In Knott county Eraiilcilyers one of W B Banister of VT Va spent a Ken tilcky irrespecti va of party tm ibis county has just returned from a the best citizens k the county wentiout nightyitliiLSthfeweek Mr Baiiister VfiiTburg i ij a W Cmircr Hazel YisittoSiexiii gton whitherheharlbeenTO intoheyardanditatiscareelygotOut rQpreseiits a large coal company in Wl Gheex JOHN W JONES Hejald i he titlo of WiVht- - imaiamiinummta UfMLCTC see Jtobt Lindoa recently sent to the sidc of the house when- a shot was fired Vajandis in tliis country looking after ly weekly coming te us from Wolfe asylum ftg vs from theJirka fectfrom him The edalt He exMmined aeoal bank state Tnfe Herald is well fbalifenxex ferighf fidejustabovff the mg to J Pay wli ihtere sting reading matter ierc fean nssesd inurjafflee fix- finest he had found in this stateforcok- - frpin the monhfcnu counties and if oron- - T vlonelay lastveelc -- Tl Ti WBiiaiT1 A Susie Godsey turned and ran into the house and fell mg purposes a i ir 9 1 1JA 1111 fl im- ra 7 a 391 9tlf erly appreciated and supported by the flt Um III IISVISJIK and died before midniirht When f ho fLulie Phillips Vilie Ladd and Ella The farmers are quite- Backv ard about iw K HH tf At yWi PK pcoplbjof that section will prove a valua- Â¬ Johnsjjjy ygnd- MrsNickeli nrjKi r111 Fnitfi ntili uo iv hi Ainon XU1- I- their work in tbis eounty j my uwj M ble auxiliary in the worlc of development MUM Ull HenjdanCCltev6idiuiredkourfunnt t iMib - i -Green Ward wilffinish Day i3rosiiew and progress ilUO WUH a iiuui inu now going on in the eastern Is now maniifiuitrii Tin different strles of Plaiaand Fancy WroaIit Iron very much Call again Jadie lireel but it was so dark they did not store house by the first of Alayr Fendn He Ss section of the state recogiiize them At the saleof hpaeronalLy ofthe The affair 4s5hrQucld in mystery as a ood carpentcr aii6 does honest work Covington Commonwealth TJie HerÂ¬ late James Lindon deceased last Satur it is not known that Salvers had anv en- - He is going 3fem6ve o Hazbl Green in v-it u uim a yanr eneioiied bv one of them Tj trJZSiit v i ald Js the name of a newspaper just Itis tlioughtthat dajafedllo ttg stoekrbjtsoia A bamies iiij the world xaifcjaau wno was a few days started at Hazel Green Wolfe county ppenlthenames of tyiemejcsindJthQ ae wi miaaKeuiur Mbsey He1 Waives a The HjSKiLDis2i very welcome visi-Â¬ tavihsrtftalTefs TheHjerali ispublished in that tor here Even bodv is velK iSlhnsitf prices obtamedy J s JLinrloi ouglruall Kwiiei e lc ti T Jiii i H section of Kentucky wliich is on the eve with its foundation e StIBW the grain corjuat 60 cents and wheatat s ifc Qf moral and physical v t hKeiifticIcahi tliq Offices development and ui 1 and two mules at S2J5 no one hid 0 4ther shon outeidteof V snm Hi Powell Caxxxiiy ir Glasgow Times uispust the kind of a paperaieeded to jlawinili menyriUdo Louisville can us tbv writebfr rtfo t well to caJLou h ding against ker James Lacej of MoraiEiiitTi T give fmpetW to a- movement so full of atalogus furnished on application to 3Ir Cesreland is under namore obliga- rV- - i ii G7fi V vmc -frarr I TrtV moUln r- Vi uw Ann 4Uur I v Ilie farmers have begtin breaking up ou tlon t0 iventuetn indejea not as nuch MtU j rj a mise ire Adah The Herald the TL T a craticLstateSave their sod laiid QJIitAvktyo year old MterHianomymerjlenothing greatest Success of his success at S23C0 W H Tance of Morm ohe in a ffenerai sense Died On thelltliinstMri John J jb idue 4o us Kentucky was against 2fr cow Frankfort Tcoman A ilisa nnOinted SATI J5 YOIJB M0SEyA5tf hewasonA of CleyehuuK m- - tliey national convention Conley of brain fever BITY applicant For offiQe has BV3rd labor suc- Â¬ OT our most highly esteemedtcitizensyher jrreai democratic vDrean was scarcelv YOUR GOODS CHEAPLY ceeded m Miuining a pmrfical craft and Bush Bice1 have thirteen raftstogo half hearted in supjrt of his election will ndw pitch into the government and 1 yoke cattle at and she gave him areduced majoritjvat out on the first tide at 2725 G T Centers LGDCING Lamar if he can His feelins are Vilas tbb FROiT iI mA 121 JasXEL Afes r l mare at 8350 very polfsl Under thelcircumstanaSi no John H Cole has moved to the farm tllA IotMltu - u uahnuATarianato mrow cor 4 weighty reasons can- - le adduced as about tne neck of the president His JX B corner oii and JeiTerson Tlie widow bid in one 2 year old horse at to why lentuckians should liave any he bought on Millerscre4pk - v J Success to The Heratid and long hopes arc all blighted and he doirf Wc 70 1 yoke 3 yeir old steers til 70 audi special favois shown them at the hands LOTJISVlLLKSfer- a Whitney if he does not have irPthd of the president may it live one wild cow sit 25 Dudley Endieott to sleejMJjpon V Bi A Ohildera has -- H-- VitUilUiKttrliaeGinii Ji J3 rectnetiH the coual- iJ FTrita R iikl ti V - iorrermtf1ftrt Wrir 3V-- MPittt feinfainf fwei3tajrJto - Tmv -- opinion that Mavtrnvn will fn sr - rnmliWv- 1 t - -- y j i iir fttuc wyvns pj thejffirmfbiTia1 s- Z lllve agfirressiye set o people The roJiV jlS fertile and Tery productive and if the ScPorted ly Spciual Correspondents from oeathitt county has a population -- pffisbojit msouls surroundings mate a town we are of the Itbeautifiill v 1 BftSTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY COUNTIES 4WJ ISCiltor Atgountaj5ii 3Idrnn Countr sl ilAYTOTTST orntKlZKL GltEEWHBUALl Sf 5n JacKsoii the eouutvseat Ky Marebiathtl8S3 -- JjT HANLY JUDY --x 5 JMv 1 tii jivwv- u r VShglu Winjiea - TUAw - if4 Hiujiui ror Tb1 Baj cdariatprisih beenioiiii in river and about 200 feet above it Wai towfl Ihe river funs within about 150 yards of as- nave moved to their Large Few HousfM Maysville street andMave added largely to hei SbOCi51 OX I MT STEELING KY t - f s - - - i F i Atfenifc1 rV k uax r rt kx Wi ardware Qaieensware Tinware 010 ves urates mantels c JufiUrjife lj - g WM M t gjpuwjiiwea Wliich they are selling at Sock Bottom Prices4 Call and see tliem in their new ciiartes full stock of Wagons Buggies EockawaysV - ictttri t- - s ai -- r7Trrvijuj4 ifl - oiia1d90 - 1 snnrtrS AsKr r r ip- - us - w DAM I AUM An fc j- - Keeps Constantly on hand a barge and weE lected Stock ot -- ix -- - - liii TB mnAT viw WT is - -- w -- - -- -- t yOaak rinat -- - Which he Wholesale and Betail as Cheat as they can be bought in the State him a call and be convinced that can as weU in lit Sterling as anywhere4ls you may I- - J t f a - TBIMBLB BRdSmHOLESAIB QEdOElSj - 1 -- l -- Tb7f aWtI roitii 5 lreSuireesJon - vrr se l P tliayy lonr Proirisions Salt Mails Qflfe Power5 Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky J They gbytv th Itaci-i- j uvJQ a J -- llt t-t- - - do liilB - LfVRT uust in ug oteriin o -- fV mTfinracfi1845 idiiratment ci-i- -- - - - - - -- - a sick-uassr-l- ntt - - i 1 tii rj The Xeading Assets - - JlffF 1S -n vf Insiwacegi5 STEBLIF KY 4384 p 4 - 101 - - Mr - --- --- -j EtfJWlie - lil - t I 7 -- - fudsnst - 11 - -- JONES aliii - - - 1- tt i nlnnnfr - u- - ii i rff i -- ut purges siock ot uigcks jb k m m clicks UinD rjr ri Eastern JHukCviL7 Z i-Tr f- - NlvMiiisrcKaponnS5ip - m T w - oiaii - - jthac m coun-fy-tli- is --Ti iia Gr - ailamfttllejmmd - rn xx uiBjMntai--iAvj- emt stbbling v i n ff II 2- - K j a k - mm - i ve tv -- lUllHU lUUIiUlJ W iflUUllliiU - ilhJ i i -- ljaiL dimming and Hammering Saws f r i-- li- 4 T 4 - -- - - - - - - BBASFSitpfc 7oTfjHrfiS5aK5L Mt Sterling g F EEEPji - - - 1- 1 I 1 ftOUSEg - Wr a i -- NlCKEt E -- 4 m V flHH3yii n i y 111 n T iWiTrfiwriHjLUL i 1 WITHOUT SLEEP New Tori Tretk r I I Xxperkoeee out of the common nap Â¬ pes in the lives of mod scribblers on the oaH pedes It may be remarked that Somebody rushes through the house theaiio8 aetata and physical expe Never once shuts a dour rkfids here set down are told jnst as Scatters her playthings all arouud they feppeod That vis enough to say Over the nursery floor lnring tfee period of silent fretting Climbs on thaifence and tears her clothes the irriter began a serial story for a Never a bftgfkres she Snsday paper It vas intensely inter Swing ou thlrgato and makes muf pies eating to its author if to nobodyelse I Koly Tattooing In Polynesia AVhj can somebody be felt uncommonly well too There was American Antiquarian an elasticity an unconsciousness of The custom of tattooing tho body Somebo ly looks with roguish eye Up throuu her hone brain and muscle that was unae formerly existed in all parts of Poly- Â¬ Somebodys mo tangled hair t len she says ubut jountable I bad been tired for twenty nesia but is now generally abandoned Somebody doesnt care except among the ruder islanders Tho jorxk quite that But now this weari Â¬ ness departed There was a sudden PARTNERS Or JENIU3 process was substantially as follows gathering p of physical forces They The artist first drew the desired pattern seemed strong enough to roll the cloud upon the body of his subject then takÂ¬ The Lettered and Unlettered Wives of of depression away ing a fine toothed comb made of shell literary lieu London Cor Washington Post bone he dipped it into a liquid comFriday morning I began to write the vtnriTifV in or uiv nnol Pt The stories of lettered and unlettered serial Sunday morning the first two viuni nnpmsu but and aims muuu6 m r thus 1 passed rythmic motion chapters were in the paper wives the partners of genius would fill Other through air and set myself down at r r writing required prt of my time also will wherever upon the earth I chose spot causeu id io puncture cue sKin oy a a large volume Disraeli in his Lit Â¬ has an interesting and 1 was constantly occupied So matÂ¬ Un awakening there would be a feeling blow with a mallet Soon a bluish color erary Character appeared under the skin which did not chapter on the conspicuous blemishes of ters moved on for three weeks Tho of intense fatigue about my arms and peculiar feeling of exaltation continued chest as though in very truth I had fade for many years several great compositions to the domes- Â¬ Â¬ The first marks were about the time tic infelicities of their authors Thus the Suddenly without a moments warn mace the I had ing in perfect health as it seemed I dreamed of super earthly journtys of puberty but so painful and even desultory life of Camoens is perceptible dangerous was the proems that it was in the deficient connection of his epic eonld not sleep That was all The If I had been able to put down upon not finished at once but the pattern and Miltons blindness and divided nights were spent in tossing from side thoughts and fancies that was elaborated year byyirup to ad- Â¬ family prevented that castigating criti to side back and forth like a pendulum paper the my brain in those days I could vanced age The designs were mostly cism wnicn oinerwise naa erased pass- thronged I would lose consciousness for five or as I have minutes perhaps and then awake as if I since written sensenever did before was arrangements of curved mes showing ages which escaped his revising hand except eyesight Every great artistic skill and appearing to tho Lryden himself pleads for tho inequali- had been shot out of a gun Presently snarpenea ana miensineu io supernat- Â¬ it was impossible to wrte more than a ural keenness I could hear at a great j eye like a drapery ot nne lace woric ties ot his work trom ms domestic cir little while I became very weak distance ordinary sounds seemeu at Uften figures of men birds dogs fishes cumstances The wife of Whitclocke and nervous If there is any Â¬ times cannon loud I caught ideasand or other objects were pictured The o v more than once destroyed his manu- Â¬ thing that has always been de Â¬ suggestions with preternatural quick tent of the person covered by tattoo script aud the marks of her nails have testable to me it is what woman ncss But I could not write a line I varied on different groups but tho come down to posterity in the numerous Aside from call having a good cry thighs wero invariably marked High lacerations still gaping in his memorials could steady my ihe loss of beloved friends there is very enoughnot read a column attention lon chiefs were exempt from the custom as Moliere notwithstanding all his skil ful to little in this world worth shedding a dispatches The serial hadof newspapet were the lowest class of freoinen slaves analysis of human life married a girl been But now the strangest sometime before this finished finished and to a great extent women tear about from his own troupe who made him ex Â¬ thi thing happened I would start in on midst of an agony which will be in hor- Â¬ Various theories have been proposed perience all those bitter disgusts and a to my story in the morning write for half ror to me although tho practice but live 1000 onlyaccount for one finds its groundthe ridiculous embarrassments which he I an hoar then I would put my head years satisfactory in If some of the characters came religion The figures of living objects himself played off at the theatre many down upon the table and cry like a On the other hand there arc school girL It would be utterly impos Â¬ to a violent end it was only the faintest so common are tho totems of tho indi- - pleasant instances of happy literary sible for me to write a line more reflex of the thoughts that swelled in vidual or trite in which guardian spirits j marriages Wieland s wife was a com Plainly the machine was out of my soul The operator is fortable and atlectionate woman she believed to reside I dreaded the sight of human beings are whack All the while like a devour Â¬ always a priest and the patient is tabu knew nor husband was a great poet ing monster the Sunday paper waited It bored me unspeakably to talk or be holy duriug the proce s The prim- Â¬ without reading his books Buffon the talked to At my best I always hated itive idea seems to have been by great naturalist for the nesiehapter of the story wrote of his wife gab During those months talk was drawing the visible emblem of that So matters went on There came to deity Often when I can not please myself a be a frightful boring pain in the left lorture to me Many a time I walked upon the person his favor was thereby and am impatient at disappointment side at the top of my head Sometimes squares out of my way to avoid being secured Later this conception faded Mine do Button reanimates my exertion knew 1 shrink I did not sleep an hour out of the spoken to by some one 1to this day All out and the custom came to be simply or withdraws me to repose and I return twenty four Again there were weeks from meeting strangers a mode ot ornamentation or mars oj to my pen refreshed and aiued by her at a time when I did not get an hour s this time good friends were saying to social distinction advice Gessner declared that what Â¬ sleep at once Then one who had the me ever his talents might be the person Veli Hoys and Overcoats You need cheerful company right said who had most contributed to develop Detroit Free Press You shut yourcome up to your room You must consult a physician You his late Lord Bea Let me tell you said a Detroit man them wasowed wife The his success to can have whom you choose but some- self off alone too much much of uonstield Great heavens the other day that it is all nonsense for body it must be used to walk till I was ready to drop boys to wrap up the way they do nowa- Â¬ the atlectionate devotion of his wife I I think I selected my medical adviser Tho modest but sufficient fortune which mainly because he was a man who had with fatigue hoping to tire myself out days Why when 1 was a youngster such she possessed on his marriage enabled written a good novel At the same time and bring forgetf ulness A story I had a thing as a boys overcoat was nevoi him to commence his parliamentary ca he was an eminent authority in nervous read in childhood haunted my recollec- heard of tion It was of a Chinese merchant How did the little fellows keep warm reer much earlier than would otherwise diseases He said have been possible and from first tc You have anaemia of the brain It who had murdered his young bride For in cold weather respect punishment he had been sentenced to Exercised of course I was raised up last she was in every sorrows the partmay result in softening and my ner of his joys and Do you mean that you are going to remain without sleep till he died Ho sat north and in the winter I had a warm lady readers will be interested in the have mo out here in a padded cell and a in a chair surrounded by a guard armed jacket and a pair of mittens and tied fact that Lord Beaconsfields father ne up with a woolen comforter with sharp lances If he showed symp- w straight jacket u n0 kP0W mor font the an wh toms of nodding off these progged him Chest protectors and in soles and flannel is tell you plainly lNo remedies will thereyou danger of with their lances and pierced his skin underwear and such were unknown irerar3 r cweu j ears ceicre iuac do any good it jreat men nave uuurisueu wuu at present You must stop all work in He lived nineteen days it was said and quantities in those days and it was cold j lew died in raving torment It was all as enough sometimes to freeze tho horn etige to J uauuiu wuuiu uuu auhuuw- Btantlj tnemseives advantages iney off of a brass monkey But I cant stop work Im writing clear as the light of day to me have experienced in tho earlier years of 1 could have remained awake till I And were you never cold If a serial novel two chapters published Â¬ died like the Chinaman well and good You bet I was cold but I just run their career from the spirit and symevery Sunday Heaven save us pathy of women Well wherever in tho world you Death would have been welcome death for it An overcoat Why a boy in Our friend tho professor at tho think you would Tsther go just now it at any cost would have heen a glad re- an overcoat would have astonished the breaskfast table illustrates tho differlease But as it was I slejt by fits and community And the hoys in those will be a good plan to go there ence between character and genius in out of Old Point Comfort Virginia Its starts perhaps two hours mo alive the days had one pair of mittens to a win- men and woman in his own inimitable alter If they lost them they blew on fashion balmy airs its fig trees and crape myr twenty four and that kept You talk of the fire o tor- Â¬ their fingers to keep them warm 11 though certainly I endured all the les that livo out doors the year around many a bless d he says genius sub ts glorious stretch of blue glistening ture to which the Chinaman wasunat- Â¬ they wore out they patched thejseat ol woman who dies unsung and unremem leather It with the mitten waters its lazy jolly negroes its in Â¬ ected To me the one good the tainable was rest and oblivion Oh for makes mo sick to see the puny uered has given it more of the real finitely self complacent martial dudes vital beat that keeps life in human souls from Portress Monroe that was my one nights sound sleep A voice in my boys of to day rolled up like a lot of without a spark flitting through her place Kindly friends said I was sufferÂ¬ soul like the tick of a clock told off girls and afraid of catching cold And humble chimney to tell the world about ing from overwork But it was not that without ceasing the words isHeaven that is just how they get cold too Boys t than would set a dozen theories smok- Â¬ an had sore throats in those days and their Work severe and solid is good for soul is an eternal sleep heaven tho brains eternal sleep I suffered frightful grandmothers gargled them with salt ing or 100 odes simmoringin M de Toc and body It is worrying that kills neuralgic pains in my head There and water and made them hot doses oi of so many men of genius The blood vessels in my brain had been queville pays a delightful compliment to engorged so long that they had lost were flashes of indescribable exaltation vinegar and molasses and butter and his wife in one of his letters I could their elasticity and the veins and arter of spirit followed by hours and days they got well the next day They didnt not he says go on with my task if it ies up thsre would no longer do their i of depression enough to drive one to die off at a minutes notice because they were not for tho refreshing calm of forgot to put on their arctics worta That was the medical explana Â¬ suicide And the indignant citizen went ofl Maries companionship It would be imwas the secret dread on In truth that tion of it I think The result was possible to find a happier contrast to my my mind day and night I feared lest muttering anaemia or bloodlessness of the brain own In my perpetual irritability of 3y eyes began to pain me intensely At in spite of all my will power I should beÂ¬ Truth Funnier Than Fiction body and mind she is a providential re times I was half blind 3ly eyes are driven to self destruction i last BetChicago Tribune source blue But at this time they faded out ter people than 1 famous men had been When Mark Twain read in Cleveland lUght Way to Grow Old almost white and took on a strange nnder the same circumstances The not long ago ho told tho following incimy movements Philadelphia Times Sketches thought entered into all colorless look impossible to describe I have a distinct recollection ol dent An oculist examined them It is a very Hours were spent in walking the Chesa- Â¬ this hall I came here once with a new You find men in all the walks of life interesting case he said The retina peake sands I gazed upon tho splen- lecture about the Innocents Abroad that have long since outlived their usedid tumbling lion like breakers and that I had prepared 1 thought that 1 fulness and with decaying minds aud of your eye is nearly bloodless longed to be at rest If one more beau had mastered 1 was an interesting case and I was it but alas I found out bodies hang en to place and power until off to old Point Comfort And tiful more majestic and shining than otherwise I had launched out and was they are crowded out by death or the packed there on the shores of the blue Chesa- - tho others curled over and broke its sailing along beautifully when a gentle- demands of a long suffering constitu- Â¬ peake began a series of stupendous white crest I thought how such as that man and lady who perhaps had to talc ency Henry Clay Andrew Jackson mental experiences As I look back at would carry me off my feet toss me an early train got up to go oiu The John C Calhoun William H Seward them from this safe distance they re about like driftwood till it tired of its little occurrence threw me oft the track and a long line of great characters were mind me of De Quinceys oniutn dreams play and then cast me upon the shore Suddenly I forgot where I was 1 gutting close to the lino when their time The sea casts all couldnt for the life of mo tell where 1 came We have some pretty fresh ex- Â¬ dead and stone cold and of that only things out upon the sands at last Except that mine were not induced by amples in the political life ojf the present left off How could it happen Would they opium ThQre I drew the line I had I paused and tried to think and the day and more of them are fast coni- done anything and everything to make say it was accidental Or would women pause became very embarrassing fi lllg on me sleep except to take laudanum or wag their heads as one I thought of nally seemed to become amusing to the Simon Cameron is about the only man morphine or any form of that drug I passed them and say Suicides mother audience I assure you it wi snot so to me I have ever known to quit public life had a deadly horror of beginning it lest Would the cruel street children screech As the laughter increased t grew frantic while he was still able to deal with the after my child Suicides boy Sui- Â¬ and frankly admitted that I had lost my world It has been something more I should become an opium victim devi io cides boyi iney l Ill wear it outroomsaio a quiet gavej suggested wasEvery to bi lngthat could be place and said that I would bo everlast than ten years since he went out of the sleep tried mo an airy little in wing ingly obliged if some one in tho audi- senate and voluntarily retired to his On the advice of the marine surgeon ence would tell me where 1 left off The country homo to spend the balance of 64 it was over ooking the beautiful No water two ways There I tried to wear I used to pour out half a tumbler of raw effect of this was to ma io the audience his days in enjoying the best pleasures whisky dilute it with a little water aud laugh harder than before They thought of old age He has traveled 8000 or it out few helped drink listless weary days were followed by then it it That mo and Iagave it nights I it was a joke although I still insisted 10000 miles a year ever since and de- Â¬ up sfckened nights of agony Sometimes the feeling had refnsed all along tD take chloral but that it was not finally when the sus- voted himself to his friends and to hb pense had become overpowering an own comfort He loves young company was exactly like rbat delirium tremens is described to be except I was in full even that was tried at last chloral in angel with a hald head arose and In health spirit and ambition he is not syrup large asked me if I was realty in earnest in over 40 although he is turning 80 Ho possession of my senses Sriders orangelong spell of quantities wakefulness began desiring to know which lie I was telling seeks men of his own spirit and with The skeletons and shapes of grizzly horror to yield very cau I took with claws and grinning fangs flashed tiously watching the chlorallike a hawk I said 1 was and the gentleman kindly blood warm enough to make them see meanwhile told me I shall nevr forget that good the rosy side of life He hasnt a single before my eyes as I lay and tried to lest it should become a habit That man It was Mr So on Severance characteristic of an old man about him sleep Again there were visions of the death to be and 1 have often heard him say stupendous the terrible Giant trees was morephysician dreaded than watch- Â¬ who had been Novel Way of ltoasilng Moat The secret of life is to keep moving wavinjr wing like Then my 1C00 feet high with ing me with profound interest pre- Â¬ American Antiquarian Men grow old only when they sit down branches shot up and disappeared scribed a mixture f valerian bromido Blacker heights in the midst of dim of potash and bromido of ammonia The Mandan Indians have a peculiar long enough to got rusty I want to darkness wavered before my sight and way of roasting meat the roast is sus- live just as long as I can be happy were gone When I closed my eyes heavy doses to be taken day and night pended from the roof of tho hut exactly When I reach the point when my imperceptibly comparing strange circles and spots and spaces- of Slowlywith another 1 came back to one over the fire the cord being passed through friends standing on tho corners and see the week light floated hefore them Circles of world I wore it out at last 1 had and fastened to the center of the piece ing me como up tho Btreet say Lets dnsky gold suddenly appeared upon a fiat position directly over get on the other side there comes that been three quarters of a year without keeps it in a A person is seated field of holv shininc violet licht near it old fool I want to die Men make a It the flames was like the violet tint that sometimes one good nights sleep world and with a small stick keeps it continu- great mistake in this life by holding on Coming back to the the flesh ally in motion by pushing it to and glints for a moment across the electric to any position after they have lost and the devil tho first thought was for When one side is done it is turned fro their grip and their company has light but it was infinitely more beauti- Â¬ clothes ovei ful One circle of dusky gold narrowed and fit for use This method is much become unpleasant to their associates I asked your sister where you were more expeditious than tho common way to a spot of white light upon the nar A IJcjrrxl Cats Funeral field appeared and disappeared to so long said the dressmaker and she of roasting before the fire and is preftow Chicago Herald will erable as it retains the natural guicc be followed by another floating in its said to me Im afraid Mrs In Japan the rich owners of cats have I never and flavor never want any more dresses place Sometimes the circles were a apparently a high regard for defunct felt so bad in my life Youve brought vivid exquisite green j me all my best customers17 pussy The Teport of a regal cats Water Proor Shoes There were stronger things than i ou wiu laugn out it was a trmute oi A writer in Hygiene Pratique sayj funeral comes from Yeddo The coffin Into the violet field and this gold genufne feeling dusky that boots and shoes may be rendered was covered with a white silk pall and of circles the I recovered all but my eyesight permanently water proof by soaking a body ofto chanting priests followed there were sometimes projected human tne grave Later on a faces and figures They came in flash- Â¬ which has never been quite what it was them for some hours in thick soap the Doay handsome monument was erected on ing tableaux and disappeared in less I sleep soundly thank heaven But waier A fatty acid is formed in the vhich time than couid he measured yet they sometimes the horror comes back for 3 leather by the soap which make it ina viiQ was inscribed the many virtues of cat were perfect I saw their dress the night and then I tn afraid of going off por iousto vratert j color of their eyes and could have iden- Â¬ tified them anywhere They were common-place enough looking mostly but at that time there was no one among them whom I had ever seen hefore The visions were often an actual optical impression such as is left upon the retina when one gazes at the window or a bright object and then suddenly closes tho eyes I watched them fade away in the same manner No these impres- Â¬ sions were not imagination they were not dreams I examined them curiously anatomized them as coolly as I do this minute Sometimes sleep visited me for twenty minutes or half an hour then mgnt- inare dreams would come marvelous in their texture One feature more con- Â¬ stant than any other was an unearthly sensation as though somehow I was bursting away and out of 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