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S --a sa- - 4 K E sk WmmW B 11A 5FxrT fjREEN HAZEL GREEK -- HjT w t- - r YOLTJME I j v - Wl fiic OOIMTYvEp SiI JK iSfef 5ip8DAYfJk8EL r 81885 land -- NUMBER 6 It took three steanihoate to convey the prisoners to the Maysville jail Tliree lawyerdefeidNfialand thxeegoyjJi11 ors wrestled with the case - T4tiH0mId T3f VTr TTTTT s I t - - - 6 a 3s 5 L ff -f - 3t jrm- T T7C7i 1 r rr XfxT watot Ja- iJJL1AfXUiiA5IOiii ijfet SJ J - 5 H fGEOLOGY dF MENIEEE HA -- i f J ilKr j 7 V t Ji fsflW Menifee county has an area of about S xraysBHhe gwrmiMijfcjv t two - hundred square - miles It reaches SSithe conglomerate io the- THE CHOICEST GEMS OF LITER ter eTu htmm wftheirt a norspiwirbf any f xo r juiujiin river x JttecuiTver i X --i cat ROWAN REGULATORS j kimd THE is Ihepb aloinr the Moan and Wolfe ATURE THE LATEST AND Tlt Sett Ad IJ1 fr 3CediU y k Ktern W75 lines on the east and southeast and ex-i vn u nvobttuxu fmm j E rtends in a narrowed and somewhat it- 1rtTa T Votuju wiv r Tkir 1Am9 nlewrpeople imnn j 1otVflOrtt Tlfi KTll OTTfT 4 irertw is regular butline into the valley ofSlate 11 south aLvertJent m JWJcoIhmmmi than DyJtuyj Loosvtlle STarch 30 special KET REPORTS rexxto tne westward The dramaKe- - of the coal measures eastwardasand factor j from Morehead Kyt reports that Eowan a eastward is more important ohebunty is efteetedbv Beaver creek than it has been heretofore recognized to county isexperiencing a reignof4awllsB- QnedolIarvstcopv for J2 months To Eu- - arid its branches by Salt Lick the head4 he hut as few of the facts that come nn-- ness The trouble which begwitYii an Topel 52 avjear- - Terms invariabljicashjirf Meniiee it is election riot last August hasgrownJato CbOOPJEfR in this report a most bitter feudtrwhich has alreadV Vdvnce Posfage fr to all subscribers in ir t nL- - i r j neiowercaxoomiurouii utitjaasuuwii caused severaTtraredBEa Tie rouble i nnni nnA rtfiA- - t county is not entitled to partly has heen made a pofiticalone 0 side thve United Sfatesliud Canada f Slato creek which rise in the western I McKnox jiat or the other has been espoused oy nearly jJ j and flow into Montgomery the Jfar notlct exce yK f Va f - TW4tWM 1SS5 1UU 18S5 tff XJV PREMIUM COPIES trtf greaterlpart of Indian and felladie toPfraPh5j anf KlUUJ K TO puhhshed will suffice to time aso th dejjuty sheriff wasrKIlid treekrf inbutaries to Bed river on thJhcnptions J GETTERS UP OF CLUBS Always ix south and by some of the branches of fve the general reader a dear no tion of countyationiey waVlafd antT wdiukkdr TOR abcritiofi HilIe ftMlerediipon Te and other authorities have fled the coun of e rocks BlackWr creek on the east Ttfe Lick-TnE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN ccenyied iwr boots aiule li intrrvfir forms uij hniindrv frnm- 4LI1C I11fcl l lu varioua ewuumiu tiucatiuua try Since the murderofiDeputyShriff y liWiU no skbscnjttit viU Le receiydfr i g JM Bumg ardner there has heennocjounty 00 FRrE COPIES- mouth of North Fork to the mouth olUmneu Al With an extra copv of the Weekly utJ wm lu government The coantr udgewir-shal-Beayer creek and drains a narrow belt ftun one vcar sheriff and deputes ailvaie gome r UJiTL Ul UiU IAIUULV VVCSICIU iCMC- H VJUTKT1SIXGATEP 10 00 ilTrinrr la fnTriinno nnnroo TEN COPIES sented by a shale series and by the con-Â¬ Gounty clerk Major Carey a noncon 60Q 5R llneii OmSTexr- The area of the country is therefore With an extra copy of the eekly i AW IsT the onlypne Sf 2 1000 made up of several drainage basins that glomerate sandstone The former has batant and non partisan Sun one year and one copy of the leftr and he has received two or three - - open outward Irom the central- part4 come toi be known as the 1 -- 175 S3f 4 Dailv Sun three months IT Ti Zl VTJ T vBJT K4iB for lanrerldvertiseineiits made 15 00 These utc suaic lutuiULiuit uju uic cvuu iuuuu warnings that he had better go Armed FIFTEEN COPIES r basins or main vallevs are abound- JcitawiUGa Application ii With an extra copv of the Weekly ed bv hiffh ridcrcs which toarether with in these beds are known as the sub fipnr bands of men patrol the county andmaice cjovircw WViJIfc Desiring to wind up mr business I have o V iJ 1 i ii AAnrn Sun one year and one copy of the regular visits to Morehead At glomerate coals In this I Hazel Green Kr almost numberless minor ridges and is used without reference report theterm decided to present a splendid watch euts Dailv Sun six months x a collision is looked for and scenes to any general above and as UOOD A TlMlvJSKtfl as I TWENTY COPIES20 00 of the Breathitt war re enacted In the many which sell for 5000 to each of my - cGinrry officjIes an extraqpyoftheWeekly fight on election dayr one man wa3 HU of G ISwango old friends and customers who will come Withone year and one copy of the-h-wolfe Sun J 5Knty 3Hdg ed another hot through the neck and forward and pay off their notes amounting -Dailv Sun nine multiplied ramifications of L t John Martin was knocked senseless hy i i ifi ri Kash J to 2500 or over provided the note was for THIRTY COPIESmonths Canity Attorney 30 00 p a narrow valleys rather than basins with KTHogg j merchandise- - bonjht of jne while in busi- nnmCJmk -With an extra copy of the Weekly not always separated from the shales pistol in the hands of Foyd Tolliver E1Jcia in order that all may be accom- Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun k Tm T Centers kaess- - Ind will Shortly afterward IFartin and ToUlver G ShmtyLJlkfg modated I Geologically the county is stretched j discount the wateh price one veur ro met in a saloon at iTorehead and the Creech 350 in proportion to those whose notes former shot the latter killing hint in- Â¬ lelden Cox are kss than 2500 This offer is good until t Single Cieby4Mail 3qentsTo Europe Ccrones2fc SSSX- - Q r I 11 U Smith T uue t 11 jLiwessor mens in tne southwest In that region stantly Since that time there has been j u wuv ijl luu uu ur auuicsa t the belt of the lower carboniferous rocks the lower limestone ore a thin coal ana a number of murders and shootings and i C M Fallen Survyfr W O MIZE 51 52 a vear i suh carbomferous jathick bed f County Supt Public SchoolsHazel Green Kr 1 thf nonplatic fireav are we fear still more to follow Kash I d deluded In this region this shale series Jiiiter CommisstOHer YaVGrly SlleS The safest method of transmittingjrioneji The Mt Sterling Sentinel JUKTJCK OF THE PEACE This than any is mudl more promim2nt md hQing sur the 2nd inst says EeliableDemocrat of fe3T sandstone information First District S P Murphy Wednestdfice by mail is by check draft or has reached ua in regard to a riot in day after 2nd Monday Stephen SwangOj HAZEL GREEN KY Tv r sandstone it includes nearly ail the pro-- Morehead as follows Yesterday mornÂ¬ jQuruay aner znu jionaay s m j mbnev order - f sww vx of SECOXD Distimct D s Godsev Frida l a111 ductive coal and iron bearing rocks hi ing John CL Day and Jeff Bowling were erate sandstone the coal measures an Ar 11 1 W rafter 2nd Monday A J Liud on Saturday playing pool in Geo W JOHN Hv PIER ATT Phoprietor CO Publishers Address A S ABE1B that relation to the surface of the coun XJLvi fire clay bed seems to have fallen room Look Humphrey Kickells pool alter 2nd Monday v t The A the i ii try which niakes it the most important off in importance in proportion as the cennpadied by a desperado by sheriff ac Third District J W Horton Wednes Â¬ Sjux Iron BuiuING table is supplied with tlQ best in the name 5The day after 1st Monday W T Tompkins the market and first elass accommodation Baltimore Md iactor in tne determination or the char- Â¬ sub conglomerate shales become more of Pearce with whom he had heen asso- Â¬ Tuesday after 3rd Monday ratr acter of the drainage The result is Avhat prominent the only trace of it in this re-Â¬ ciated for several days entered and Fourth DiSTRiCT James Spencer Wed will befurmshed for man and beast THE has been described A general mclina gion so far as known being an occasion- Â¬ without any ceremony the latter attempt- Â¬ s4ayafter 3rd Monday Isaiah Spencer tion of the rock beds to the east and al fragment foundon the surface These ed to shoot JeffcTBowIing Day leveled Thursday after 3rd Monday GO UBJJ3R- southeast varies somewhat the results of fragments may lead to the discovery of his pistol at Pearce and-- stopped him H C Elkins Friday i Fifth District i J n FOR 1885 NEVPw POSTOFFICE m Lansaw Saturday j after 2nd Monday erosion as reprebeiwea oy iine vaiieys 01 dprosits nf this ciflv On tha other Then Humphrey1- attempted to shoot Aii organ of Live Issues Livincr Ideas and theditlerent parts ot the county but the lo after 2nd Monday increaSed in Day when towling presented his pistol hand thr coal deposits HULiU Sixth District S S Rote Saturday af UlCjUUU till VIIIU V l AIIU variation is one of degree j rather than of soraething like the same proportion at Humphrey and stopped him Thij lfes Olitjarchisin and the Spirit of 1st Monday A M Swango Tuesday after 4r kind for the type of vaUey as seen in This 5 RATES REASONABLE FIRST CLASS Subsidy as Embodied in does not always with for an instant was a fearful lookinjsrifah- Ad Frida3 the middle and eastern part where the it a corresponding increase incairy Eighth District J IL Tcrrill Tuesday economic leau hut bv mutual agreement tKev THAT THIEVING TABLEF SONS H E BOSWELL after 4th Monday iQ sheatfied their arms and separated Dar The Courier Journal is the acknowledged ridges are broad and the cliffs of conglom- vnaa - danornmt 1 t Proiuuetors CoxTABiiES lst DiftrictfZachariah Hal i L i r X- and Bowling gpiag to the Cottage Hotel REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER of the eratehemin the narrow valleys is still aty 2nd District James Lacy 3rd District SOUTH is DEMOCRATIC in Polities and preserved on the head waters of folate ntvxvOBO n k oi TO WAV nvnh nnoiw MUtV UU1M aua numpiirey - aaa rearce going to the V hJ WVUVp HVJIiMJ t j r Hiram Bailey 4th District A J Legg 5th v CJ first la t and all the time is for a reduction crceiv m ere jL congioiueraie ciiiip cap- - of i inc Carey Houses Humphrey and Pearce oriabie thickness District James Bauks 6tli District George of the war taxes as levied on the people by WITH The limcstone ore bed Ti e steepness 01 pr0Testo got their TTenchester fofTes and followed 5 Sally 7th District H Clay Roe Sth mt the tarifi now in force the hillsides and continue the system of be au important deposIt both from the Bowling and Day and when thev rot trict Augustus Bradley Sievers Carson Hardware The Weekly CourierJournal ridges and spurs but with narrowed tops uaiitv abundance of the ore I within 200 Yards df Bowlinr aad Bav COUNlY OFFICERS OF MENLFEE is without a superior in the world as a reat and broader valleys out into the belt of Company lietuer the close association with a coal I they fired at them they returning tne The followingarethe county oincers of family and political newspaper and during the lower carboniferous rocks Thcliff-637 W Mats Street apparently well adapted to the smelting I fire and not until their loads wereex- the year 1S85 it will btrive more zealously making carboniferous limestone helow0ron orS gives an additional economS uausteu ma tne Domoaramenc cease jlno County Jndge J M Vanarsdell and hopefully than ever for its political mitli LOUISVILLE KY Coanty Clerk J J Byrne not neglecting however the infinite variety the conglomerate although no more than Taiue to the coal and ore remains one was hurt Humphrey and Pearce Circuit Glerkt of choice miscellany that cauaes it to be o forty to sixty feet thick serves to extend 711 A T Hackney fc to be determined bv practical expe then retunwrd to the Carey Hc4ger jA Sheriff -- A J- - Bingo great a favorite in this family circle The this system beyond the present boundary rimenn v r xoung a young attorneT ottaat V return to power of thjj Demoeitic party of the conglomerate HjfeELGREENCY - Iace whilestandingin front of theold The nearness to market is an imporV Coroner f J C Lfrfs f will make 18S1 a year marked ir he history luecuuMs n men ieaa ro tne aisposi- - tant factor jn abor House opposite the Carey House ew of the ec0nomjc rk jv v 1111s no family should of the United States and Assessor W Wheeler ms regioiu Already when they returned was fired at lyy JSarrcror J be Avithout the Courier Journal who desire tion of the mam valleys in a somewhat Yalue of the coal nnunA i no bounty Supt PublicvSchoolsW C Taylor 55r3fakes and reairs all kinds of Farming to keep thoroughly posted on pabsing events radiate order are also closely connected Peuce and told to git- - and to ui W-- S Pierce Took Buggie and Wagons with the geology of the region Between from ML gterhng this fieTd ought from Youngs expression hegot Maker CommissioaferJ The Weekly Courier Journal has theLargest n JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Horee Shoeing will receive especial atten Democratic Circulation of any Newspaper the hard magnesian and cherty limestone all the conditions of the case to supply Mr Young arrived here on the express March Juue September and December in America If you are unacquainted with of the upper silurian and the cliff-mation larjre nart of Central Kentucky with yesterday having fled forsafety Pearce 1 FiJRST DifiTXUT Turner Spencer third sw it ask any subscriber to it as to its merits as lMf auu uuiuiiuciima anuf wiu uicusurc a immixiiii uit PllhnwhAttltAiin feet mostly of tnol ntirl rhor tnn of ninph mnro roocrm is regarded a3 a bad man He isilidto Monday C C Montgomery nrst Wednssa great familv and political newspaper In rocks about five hundred heretofore es be the man who robbed Joe HagermanV n has rble rates point of quality and quantity of interesting shaly rock it Devonian acted lintil the heaviei deposits of more store on Licking xiverinBathrfCOCittty is interposed SecojP DiSTRicfv J TA Argo third the newspaper press reading matterit leads and the averly shales andremote Thursday T F-- Frisbv first Friday of the United States If money industry black sha ar6 rlched by tlli or a few years ago All this tnmWejcames As might be supposed this other railr0ads and even then the near of the ToUiver Martin fendr and no matÂ¬ and enterprise can keep it so it will- contin sandstone Third District J M Adams second Saturdav Nelsou Holland 4th Thursday ue at the head of American journals it gives rise to a broad valley haying for ness to market wiI1 arrant a competi ter how neutral a man in Mbreheadmay contains each week the most complete its boudarv the inclined silunan heds on a m r xuiiiMi ituiitiuijiireu kuuius urui j j or more sUmt fields untifthe be he is counted on one side ortheoihf Mn naepenceni newspaper summary of the news of the world and its the one side and the receding edjres of tion with Saturday Samucltacyjthird Saturday best deposits of this region have been ex- and no citiaen is safe who stays thejet FiFTHF DRior editorial columns Henry Watterson j UR CHale seeond Democratic Principles but not Con the Wavcrly heds capped hy the harder hausted For the same reasons the are alwavs able strong and ridav Wm Hughes 4th Friday V trolled by arfy Set of Poiiiicians or bright Among the ESPECIAL FEATURES rocks above on the other side CoKSTABtss IbtDirtrict JnoL Brooks Slate creek coal region is of more imme- Â¬ BROKE JAIL a il Long continued the leading 32nd District J IL Kindrick 3rd District Manipulators Devoted to Collect- Â¬ are Telegraphic Specials from allEurope Se- and diversified this erosion his widenedÂ¬ diate importance fiian that of thecen valley cutting in ad- tral part of the county although the ac-Â¬ Whitaker 4th District J T Hed- points in the United States and Johnson ing and Publishing all tHe ftews of rial and Short Stories by popular and noted vance of the receding crests of limestone tual coal area on Slate creek is compara- Â¬ Tnrei of tke Most Desperate Msrfterers 4 3WMIMlM tttWVfen la the 3f Sterliar Jail Friie RicharSjimcerp Comrnissioner of the the Day in the most Interesting writers Talmages Sermons the day after de- and conglomerate the smaller vallej s tively small the coal being found neai livery in Brooklyn Tabernacle Market Re- that head against Beaver creek and Salt Poor the tops of the narrow ridges ports Fashion Letters Turf and Stock Re Â¬ Shape and with the greatest possiStekioxg Xy MarchSB rhis ports Answers to Correspondelt5 Depart tick Thus the dividing ridge between The outcrop of CHUBCH DIBECTOBY Slate creek and these streams has come this coal is found at this level wherever morning at ah early hour thewpople ble Promptness Accuracy and Im ment Poetry and Department for Children HASXL GreEX 1st Sunday 3L E South of No Home in the Country should be without to have a north and south direction rath- Â¬ the rocks of this horizon are exposed in of this city gathered at the- - aagnjfi Her W L Stamnen 2nd Sunday Presbvte- - partiality and to the Promotion it er than northeast and southwest the gen- Â¬ the Slate creek valley Not being mined cent jiil building Ceringhewat was rian lUrEi P iMickel3rVSuhday Chris- - Democratic Ideas and Policy in the Courier Journal The possible that the prisoners1 couHmove eral direction of the line of outcrop uau jj xuxuicn inneiauccuun distinctly representethe non ofiice holding But tli is main ridge terminates south- or being opened for local use only by the huge stones from their cciaeHi r vauvcjiiincni4C rr ui juwciy anu theClixistmn and nonofflce seeking classes It is a critic ward jin another main ridge having its benching the thickness is rarely shown beds and make good their ecapetf W3 se is probable however that an average Industry not an organ frieiidly to those who serve general course east and west from whieh church country well hostile to those who fail the thickness like that at the head of Bull all eyes had viewed the structretke5 Hates by Mail lottpaid of Beaver and Slate flow north- Â¬ Fork will be found in this region ielud- - saidit was impossible However tiree to serve it or server it ill equally without thewaters CAMrTOK 1st Sunday Christian Hey J DAY per Year 6 00 entangling alliances or selfish expectations ward and the tributaries of lied river lnor flio mn n ridnro hoKvpTi RlntA nnr Tn- - murderers had made their escape Tne Sunday M E SouthRev G TPieratt2nd m - - DAILY per Month 50 heen perfected and af an early other than the confidence and support of southward The westward extension of dian creeks and between Slate and Bea j GRagan g the people to whom alone it owes allegi this ridge is a continuation of the bound- Â¬ our they went into the cell fortho SUNDAY per Year 00 MAiWirHdj StindaiM EssSouth ance It will have no compromises to make ary of the Devonian and Waverly valley ver desperadoes KevJCVSStamper 4th Sunday Christian They were DAILY and SUNDAY per Year -00 In this vallev the limestone ore is not night of devilment noted- to di wifh time servers but will keep right on in already described j Â¬ Ilev D G Combs full The eastward exten- exposed so frequently as further to the ready their - - - WEEKLY per Year 00 the path of duty which it has marked out sion as also the sudden change in the di- eastward although there is good reason hands In the blood of any who might Ezel 1st Sunday Baptist Eev W L I consequences It for itself regardless of jfddresi THE SUX Xnc Torle City Givedon 2nd Sunday Christian Rev D G will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor- rection of the houndary of Slate creek to suppose that it will be found in its come between them and escape Monte j Combs rid head inside or outside the Demodratic valley is explained hy another set of con- usual variable thickness at the top of ville Hatfield who wa3 sent here from part- - It wilbfight intolerance and liberal- ditions Variations both in the direction I BUY carboniferous limestone over the Pike county for the murder pf four menj ism wherever they appear and has no quar and the steepness of the inclination of the sub was one of them He is six feet igvo GTCombs 2nd Sunday M E South Rev ter to give to or ask from malefaction and the rock beds becoming important fac most of tins region As yet no ehort inches high cark complexion black hair - Rev E P Qlt G B Douffhertv 4th - M1has been made to determine the value- of malefactors Democratic or Republican With this explanation of its scope plan and tors in the determination of the direction this ore in this valley fragments upon and blue eyes twenty six years old and Floyd Williams of the drainage of this ridge The gener-Â¬ the surface being the only means of weighs 185 pounds Jacksox 1st Snnday Prsbyterian Rev purpose we submit the following IV B Cooper 4Srdaundav- M X boutn al eastward dip of all the rocks 111 this judging as to the range of the bed as al- Â¬ another was sent here from lVoIfecounr SURSCRIFTIOX TERMS OF OF 10 00 region is modified bv a depression which BevJJDckeV Daily Courier Journal one year i ty and was the murderer of W P StruT thickness 5 00 coincides in general with the Eed river j so for the most part of the Daily Courier Journal G months lin He is six feet high light complex- Â¬ CONTINUED hTJXT WEEK J C IAKIXS z in vauey ana J It QCILUK JW Daily Courier Journal 6 months ion light hair and hazel eyes twenty one tuso Dy a sugnt depression 111 CL 1 00 Dailv Courier Journal 1 month1 IjTjGCEfiDr LYEINS years old and weighs 150 pounds - Wm the direction of the Licking river This Sunday Courier Journal 1 year4- - 2 00 THREES Caskey the- - thirds was sent here irom 1 00 east and west ridge follows the l crest of Attraej atlaw and BeaHSbtate Agents Sundav Courier Journal 0 month Wolfe countyr to awaifchis trial foithe VVVEEKJY COURlEE JOURXALi an undulation which has its axis nearly Caxptox Ky 1 50 at rightaugles to the general outcrop line Aeculiar Bit otllistory BdepeeUHj tke murder of James Iandon He One Year whh a Premium Title examined tax paid for Ashland JTieudsi - Tt 101 feet eight inches high heavy set aha Five Copies one year without premiof the coal meaures It represents an el- Â¬ Co7le2ki5TaselcialtyiTveaiakfe 1 00 um each Catlettsbxirg Kt March SO The slightly stoop shoulder hlackhairSifd evation along which the coal bearing kfiSrhVand folSot commission nilprac j Between Bace and Yine 75 Six months without premium rocks are preserved to the westward remauis of TViu Neal who wa3 hanged moustache and heavy eyebrows twesty ticein Wolfe and adjoining counties 50 Three months without premium CE33S1NATf 0HIO somewhat beyond the general boundary at Grayson last Friday were interred on four years old and weighs 150 pounds w jgr Payment invariably in advance resi- - Jailer Stephens has offered a regard of M KABHnd t tViA snmo Hmo if tliA Kill balr rsf his fathftr-in-laSTPostage qn papers is prepaid by the nf tbpsA rnplreduces the width of the valley that lies deuce three miles from this nlace this 15X for tneir capture and return or 50 publishers ATLAV y Q The list of premiums offered in connection between the coal measure and the silurian afternoon There were no Services and each They used a small piece of irtSh with the Weekly Courier Journal includes a TQr oruy a few relatives to witness the last with whieh they prised a hsge pright Bjlzel GeeeJ Ky great variety of iisefid and attroctyve arti- The exact amountand the details of the obsequies He had but few sympathizers stone which separated the double wriij r-counconnection I have dows aside so that it made an opening Will practice n Wolfe and adjoining the general eastward - in prompt atten ties CoUeetfens wiRrecelve Courier Journal Vafbu sent free of charge clination of the several rock formations a bitof history that has never before been 01 nine incnes tnrougn wnicn tney pas tion found in Menifee have not heen ascer made public- and as a fareweller to the ed their hodies and then suspended HAZEL GHEENICY on application tained the limited time and means at case I give it There were three children themselves hy their blankets They srood local agent is desired in even-comAV ATtERSbNb HAZELBIGO 1 Keen in stock Suirar Coffee Flour Salt So mumtyA to whom a liberal cash commission command forbidding any attempt at ac-- killed and Uhree men did it It took theny by the use of pieces of blankets I da Canned Fruits Vegetables and Oysters I will be allowed A canvassing outfit 1a sent curate measarement The depression three years three months and three days and ropesj scaled the wall and took for 0 Traveling uaiiiuniiu cuiiiiuii uuruuita jiaiMu i local agents free of charge th thp thewooda Already a party of men are f Knntr the Ut mnn nhartrprl ww v - ivl MU UU MV MW VU ncorf0f j- VUUUUUUUJiU UiW nTeu aLkV AM4 AvTnYnH liv t h r IMnwof rtllV- Maccaroni Chcee Crackers Candv Green A TTORNETS AT LAV tnihinrintion Should ever be rfv- - apparent to the most ehsual observer crime Three graves were dug in which in pursuit It is thougntnat theyJUad Teas Syrup Soap Coal Oil Cas J and Black d ta hsJH- I trf tor Uu --uacnine wu xjira isacou xaieiiL en to any one unless personally jenown to That towards the Licking is less notice to burv Craft Three days were set to outside help and that if tfeey are Medicines Wooden- - and Tinware Horse i the subscriber Address able Mr Joseph Leslie in giving the hang Neai each on the 27th of the they will show fight Thlr had pnaed Shoes XailsrTobacco and Qcars HALDEMAX W X results of his observations made under month Three men were on the citizens the iron door off its a -if TVill keep Fresh Beef Pork and MutPresident Courier Journal Co thelirection of Professor Owen speaks committee at Ashland to ferret out the nothing woald staad in wMjfwayst HEME ton in season Louisville Ky of a number of undulations of the rock j perpetrators and on the third day their nighL TEverything sold at prices which are BA3252S GSEEK Ti beds along the outcrop of the coal meas- - work was consumated by Jame3 Heflin PHE HAZEL CREEN HERALD CHEAPER THAX THE CHEAPEST A young adyhehsg toW d nree ures corresponding generau v with the arresting jiiis ieai ana urait Newspaper leading to the westward companies of soldiers were required to fire tosUad back oretetmW m drainagebasins Local IQKS ak 1 Ofc l guard the prisoners at this place - Three be turned on her replied JOB PJEUSnSTG OF ALL as envelopes letter heads tags Devoted to the development of the resources A profile section drawn by him illus - Z 11 Z 1 i r gives apprgxi- persons were mucu oucngui uv At lillJ i lenders his professional services to the peo- iioterheads hill heads cards c neatly of Eastern iventucky pomenewsdic wm trates tins leature ana tnesoi care they are striped on botisicies 1bAi4SME lcfiyilfeanddjoiningitounties be mailed to any aaareg ior iw GASH mate measurements of theseundufations diers when they fired on the mol at Ash- - YivJTr j- T 6ftee t reWcncs n HMeliGreeaJJeishts and promptly executed at thisofnee Ttrail Wolfe Hrt Bw3 VtlLrt i Si lW VI li7RrlftMint- - T Ftl HMi f enifee 3fagoffin - oMtxtia of tke laf T ha i IS UoforknnJ iiffaiQiyui fi dISk II r J - 5 jfaTWORIlii JJ MnrD JJiV J - JB IN AI3l34riIIGS fiBffi S2f 3S - A General Pscrfption of c CoalTlron 2 its S Timber ARCrandalI rfX EPITOME OF THE WORLDS NEWS r- t - -- ST -- rvT omM FsPEifTCip c MX 111 A J FLTAEST-REMABLEJiA-R- ii - JltJ e10If C0IJ ff011 J11 r-- an ODDortunitT to studv this tjpptinn it nnn nnlv he referred to nrnfilA -- r wtliis report- general-terms in in TKofo ToToa a iorlfoncrlp5 ffttbp nnt v IVJj Jti3V douhtlesalTT anticipated tne drain- TCht Tiavinfif ---- v- 7fiZS three childreiijaaSitSweT the traasporUtka of his exai Sledin re3maifi3rtfTomT He leaves TiJSLTSZ w tw 0ivi0 TV M Trritf 1 - - if 1 Sf V M vTNo Alice SB ft-- J fcTitfee-inon-sHBu- d - - theatin I- U1r 1 0 - sub-conglom- - i any-nio-me- - A -- Jai3erTiJ j cTr - WonwL SMTWr -- i Â¬ PIBRATT HOUSE 2TS 7 I J- v V J- - -- ASHLAND HOUSE -- JOURNAL 1 - m fc j 4- - H J n iAiiS -- - 1 1 1 1 V -- 41A J T PIERATT J JiG BL A CKS J I 1 I tu Mu k- ms 1 x f - - s 1 r l editor- -in-chief J irJrkti3iIiitfleaQ0 Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ ilr jlj ui 1 It fl t - Â¬ Â¬ -- YOUR Â¬ 7 NOTIONS W Pear St - - non-resi-d- Â¬ e hfie 80AfEgRNE5 J ws OASEEY c Â¬ ri vnKuvrrf ramily Groceries PIERATT i 4 tiparts - i j 1 -j wtioy a - j I 4 - I Id V A Porlrir A X VJ- A r L- --- y- 1 J fod Jira5MPLBBB coueheur Â¬ linfutecaay -- 3 1 T - -- T- rWfim s T - t xt j A KM the herald safest way to transmit money by by refefcjrt letter-- post office raon Mail x Money sent p raferjwrfc ia Ah way rill be at oar risk ar Tfee Annum SLO0 PerAdvance Always in I T- - letter and the act appended and offer the bill at the earliest moment in the next session of our legislature Such an act is absolutely necessary for the protec- Â¬ Editoe tion of our lands from the schemes of SPENCER COOPER sharpers The condidates for the nomi Â¬ nation for representative from this leg-Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY islative district should be questioned -- APRIL 8 1885 WEDNESDAY about this matter and the best calcula- Â¬ ted to put this bill through selected Entered at the Hazel Green postoffice See to it that the proper man receives as second class mall Kitter your suffrages fellow citizens and you - lou cant afford te shut vour eves to the advent of anv new discovery or invention that wiMEaake life rework ilnfl TnllntvrfaTirlloo xvliila rioo ia Lnv3 ro V Pta6a 0 1U Cikam inU uc uiiwiws vu Jiuc-a-tli t tst ijSvr i iii tuxiG wicuu TTninftiVtill j- amvj fti - tvv nu - vjaua ia ivioiuuu ivuuuiuj nviuu wuumrepresentative may be we insist that he c r m r wkh i ro i ruLcijXJjiW AU1UA1 AT1U Wf imJBi gjavvuxix jLdurtliNJK rr tr ttnnit cwing acaie8 wuw v liumsuiic vuu uegierc x secure in shall- - thoroughly study Mr Tuenees happy 11KFw -- than any one in our section which he dots in drafting an act to b presented to cur next legislature Whoever ou s- - a 1 flL V - - i - wnorv If VIV 4-- -- sNrvs f -- 1 iu cr ahjcc itaivi vf mr J K i - fcir V vOTimawv n ctaiis-TJ-rtV- - - m-r- - i -- v-- jl - - till 3r swm W Jk mtvm fL Ml II J at i 5sti TL M Mfl IS KING OF will save yourselves much annoyance in future As lands enhance in value these We are authorized to announce D S claimants will arise to disturb your peace GODSEY as a candidate for the legisla Â¬ therefore act now and forever settle ture subject to action of the democratic these much mooted questions ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 P K it 4 P THE LANDS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY 3L THOMAS an independent republican candidate to represent the legislative dis Â¬ The Insufficiency Uncertainty nod Con trict cojpposed of Montgomery Menifee futioH of Titles Discussed and a Rem Â¬ Powell and Wolfe counties edy Proposed by Hon Thos Turner It has been the dream of my life to see NEEDS OUR SCHOOL Eastern Kentucky made as it can be We clip the following sensible article the richest country on earth Â¬ But one thing delays froai the Oarfc County Democrat The ment of this pet idea vizthe accomplishThe msuf vhole tatioa k summed up briefly fiency uncertainty and confusion of ti-Â¬ and we commend it to the attention of tles to lands and it should be the highest aim of patriotic effort to settle these ti- Â¬ all Trholarc interested in our schools The needs of the Kentucky schools tles ana give repose to its landed inter- Â¬ Â¬ outside of the cities and large towns are est Without this no speedy developcan be hoped for and no country many and the demands for better facili- Â¬ ment Â¬ can its ties are urgent We should have better ests be prosperous untilThe landed inter-Â¬ are given repose titles of EastBchool buildings better paid teachers ern and jiyejcountry associations and to se-Â¬ and Kentucky are deplorably imperfect even where been settled cure these money must be had normal by our limitation they nave are otherwise laws or sjcboola established wherever needed and good it seems that there is a set of ad possible and a lively interest in educa- Â¬ venturers and schemers who are deter tion excited jn everv neglected district mined that no man shall enjoy Itjrill not suffice to boast of the chivalry and to levy blackmail upon thehis own parties qi pur people of the Kentuckians pro in possession by pretending to have TerbaJ and unstinted hospitality for the some old state claim or pre- Â¬ ancient barbarians possessed both in an bought upthe lands of those tend that in possession eminent degree but we must align our Â¬ are covered by the liens of some old pat- Â¬ selves with our progressive neighbors ent which they pretend to and fight illiteracy shot gun dominance These adventurers are goingclaim under and pot house politicians with educative country pretending to locate through the county war weapons and give our children the power ants on land that has been entered fifty to embelish the charm of hospitality or sixty yearsand are hiring irresponsi- Â¬ with intelligent discourse How to do ble men to un- Â¬ take this is plain employ qualified teachers der them of theand claim possession real the in your neighborhood school take an in- Â¬ owners and seem out lands of to make determined terest in the success of the State Teach- Â¬ every owner buy his peace of Be ers Association and if it be necessary to sides it is believed that there them largeÂ¬ is a have more money to sustain a good syndicate of capitalists formed to bring school vote for supplemental taxation Â¬ state and and open your pocket book that your a pressure to bear upon the to give federal courts to induce them such boy may have educated playmates construction to our limitation laws as Hazel Green needs a decent school will render them inefficient to protect the hoaee and needs it badly The idea of parties in possession and to overrule the cooping up a lot of young ladies and gen- Â¬ decisions of our courts in the past and to tlemen ia a building so totally unfit for especially to overrule them so far as they define boundaries running attempt the purpose as the one at present occupi with ridges and from mountain peaks en by our high school is a disgrace to to mountain peaks and as far as they the community Prof Hayes lias pro v make possession of part of a tract claim- Â¬ ing ad Simself an excellent teacher and if full to boundaries for fifteen years give protection to the party in possession our citizens would retain him for anoth Â¬ The people of Eastern Kentucky shou Id er term they should take steps at once take care that honest intelligent men to build a substantial school house If are sent to the next legislature to pass we would improve our town and increase laws and make penalties that will protect them from these annoyances and results its population we must have good schools and drive these unscrupulous adventurers asd to have good schools we must first from the country To these ends I have prepared the bill bave good school houses that we may sewhich I hope you will print in full If it be cure good teachers Prof Hayes is emi regarded as amenable to the constitution- Â¬ ne ly qualified as a teacher and has al objection that it relates to more than given entire satisfaction to patrons and one subject which shall be expressed in pupils but we cannot expect to hold its title let it be separated into several him with the accommodations we offer separate enactments The people of Eastern Kentucky Go to work if you have the interest of should promptly take such steps as are your town at heart and assist in getting necessary to protect them and to rid funds to build a structure worthy of the themselves of these adventurers stirrers place and of the students and of our of legislation and disturbers of their This teacher Until we can keep pace with peace and prosperity be soondone andÂ¬ Eastern Kentucky will developthe times in our educational facilities ed and traversed with railroads we need not expect any great benefits Yours c Thomas Tgener one and let sn have a nice See to it at An Act to quiet land titles and give new school building repose to the landed interests of the State OUR STOCK MARKET Be it enacted by the general assembly of the Uonunomvealth if The attention of stock dealers is espe Â¬ Section 1 That from Kentucky the passand after cially invited to the communication of age of this act no suit for land in the ad person possession Col Robt J Samuel in another col- Â¬ versedid not enter oi any the sameor persons upon as tenants who umn of our paper to day The sugges Â¬ or trustees of the plaintiff or plaintiffs or tion made by him should receive the those under whom they claim shall be main courts of tained close attention of everyone in this sec- Â¬ for anyin the which the this commonwealth plaintiffs and those land tion having stock for sale To the small that they claim under have for fifteen conlist for taxation and dealer the plan proposed by him would secutive years failed toand county thereon to pay the taxes state be the best that could possibly be inaug Â¬ unless the plaintifis in such action before urated Many of our fanners for inÂ¬ the institution of the suit list said land for taxation and pay all back taxes thereon stance who have perhaps three or four from the time it was last listed under the head of cattle to sell and have not the claim or title of the plaintiffs or those under whom they claimed up to the institution of money to purchase a sufficient number the suit and the plaintiffs so allege iu their to justify them in driving to Mt Ster-Â¬ petition and prove on the trial Sec 2 That ling would thus bo afforded a market for from the passage from and after two years of this act no suit shall be their stock And for this very reason maintained in the courts of this commonthe buyers would be enabled to purchase wealth against a party in possession claiming land as his own by any patentee claim a better average quality of stock than by ant his or her heirs or alienee immediate buying at 3tt Sterling The stock thus or remote if the parties plaintiflj or those have at any owned is in prime condition and would under whom they claimyears failed to time list for fifteen consecutive command fair prices It is a perfectly the same under their claim and to pay the taxes thereon and the fact that they have fair dealing arrangement and once start- Â¬ so failed may be plead as a good defense in ed will prove of greater benefit to both bar of such suit See 3 That if anv person or persons shall seller and buyer than anything they after the passage of this act take possession could mutually agree upon As is sug-Â¬ of or hire or induce anyone else to take posgested the expense to the buyer is mere session of and claim any such lands in the possession of another or iymominal while the sum paid out for who have listed and paid claimed by others the taxes thereon forage and stock pens at Mt Sterling is for five consecutive years such party or parguilty of misdemean ajdte an item We hope our readers ties shall be deemedconviction a be fined not or and shall upon and especially those interested will look less than three handred nor more than one into this matter at once and organize for thousand dollars and be confined in the county jail not less than one nor more than action We have ample room upon our five years Sec 4 That if anyone shall after the pass Â¬ streets for the exhibition of stock scales age of this act locate any county warrant or upon which to weigh them and all other patent upon any land in this commonwealth facilities for convenience of seller and which had been previously located or patented by Kentucky or Virginia warrants or buyer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ party We are authorized to announce Dr j fff jfiil aywjay tag SBfAxBdHMBQKEcSIIB aikx biiiV wkt aB fgm XwsL pBH WBKm wtamam mbbbbb aa IaBaaiBWIlPaffar It jriBaf jF - a fijBaBMfBi9BwS dVHbVtVbHbbVw F LawWrMmftHTfriim BSKSmWb9SSSSSeHSM aBrBBBaV HEOnWmttiktitiiLBK JbbVv NbbbbLB bbBbIbbV S F k 38 afe 4 bTbbbbb bbbbi 53m 33 fPaaBfcriTff yi aBBB9saDBWH9ifBBBBBSBfeaBBBV JaBBaKafjaBBVSBErSalHHaBHlBBfl dBaBBHByEixrjKaiVBKiSaBBB jUTBaVHBVBBHHlt ElSBliaFHBBTBryl aaaiPlBaBaJgaaafcaWWlJrMgBWQBW B r 4 i t bbLbI A bbbbI fIBJ hmzl lftw aJ J m w iSMMimftZjmm M BijTaTJ obt mZ Ms rzBZM t - IR Vlji 3 T iY wrs-vr-- jaBBEVafwBatwBHBBafll m n aa m LJ rk U rt WIK BBBBBBBBB aB flR J f 3aw tftw Sm k3 9R aHM P h SplMhgjL KlB imr TfstKm22i BgBaagggl aj aBBraBMAJj BBBBPilBBwtSflMsWHaBlBB i cSPR 39 - - - r Ib Mml L- - 3bTbw urn flBBBHol MMMH l HaM diBa aaJHBiiTBaaaJMahVrf iiT iwrJBWBBBBBwBBBBwJJMBiaBBBMiiifllJBBi SC flaJBBaaBBB SSJt mI Snj aBaylSP feiBBBaaaBaaMBBMBBaBi MaBBfeTAittufi5BBBlBjaBMBBaBaaBa - SS vBvSU PiT - EWE P L REESE General Manager said taxes pay them over to the treasury as other taxcsretainiug the same fees for collec- Â¬ tion as for other taxes Sec G That if any person as agent or oth- Â¬ erwise shall at any time sell or offer to sell any tract of land to which he knows he or his principal have no bona fide claim aud which he Knows another party to be in pos- Â¬ session of and claiming auch person shall be gjiilty of a misdemeanor and upon con- Â¬ viction be fined not less than five hundred nor more than one thousand dollars Sec 7 That the payment of taxes upon any out unenclosed lands for ten consecu- Â¬ tive years shall constitute possession in the Â¬ ABE ANXIOUS TO HAVE A GOOD ACTIVE PERSON IN EV-Â¬ i For Lexington cud Vicinity address B FC Ntestnelly 75 Main Street ERY TOWN TO REPRESENT US For West Liberty and Vicinity address FM Caskey For Sandy Hook and Vicinity address M M Eedwine Office in the Mammoth Reese Building For Maysville and Flemingsburg and vicinity address Z J Phelps Flemings- MT STERLING KY A few Extra Canvasser wanted who can Come Well Recommendeda For Olive Hill and Vicinity address L PELlitY Esq Jameson Ky - tl The Democratic County Convention Pursuant to the call of the chairman of the democratic county committee of Wolfe county the members of the coun to committee met at the court house in Campton Wolfe county Ky on Mon- Â¬ day April 6 at 1 oclock p m and the chairman J C Lykins- - called the meet- Â¬ ing to order whereupon its object being explained to be for the purpose of count- Â¬ ing the votes of the candidates to repre- Â¬ sent this district in the next general as- Â¬ sembly of Kentucky thft delegates from party so listing and paying the taxes except the various precincts wejre invited to par- Â¬ as against those who have also so listed and paid the taxes thereon That natural bound ticipate On motion J C Lykins was elected aries running with ridges or from mountain permanent chairman of the convention peak to mountain peak or with the cliffs of a stream shall be deemed crcient to ena- and W OMize secretary ble those in possession and claiming to such Judge G B Swango John M Rose boundaries to avail themselves of the limi- and J C Swango were appointed a com- Â¬ tation laws in force in this commonwealth mittee on credentials and reported as follows ii GUM HOWARD Delegates District No 1 Brack Brewer and A Swango 2 G B Swango C Swango A Phyaicnl and Mental Wreck Sent to S B Smith David Hogg 3 Anchorage Asylum 4 David Spencer Col v Montgomery Howard who was 5 H C Eikins 6 horn in Moriran countv and well andh J If Rose Nicholas Combs 7 II C Rose Gabe llailev favorably known thronghout Eastern 8 T C Johnson Kentucky for his sterling qualities has The votes being presented by the dele become a physical and mental wreck The Courier journal of the first inst gates as above resulted as follows D S Godsey District Jas tRose says He was taken to Anchorage asylum No 1 11 18 yesterday March 81st There is perhaps 9 126 5 no game more familiar to commercial 3 37 43 circles of Louisville and the territory 32 4 00 9 6 o tributary to this city He was one of G 73 the oldest and most profitable salesmen u 6 8- 18 7 in the wholesale trade For twenty five 6 8 years he represented the prominent wholesale boot and shoe houses of the Total 152 248 city to whom the news of his affliction M Hose the name of On motion of will be read with sadness us well as James Hose wasJ withdrawn and D S among the thousands of customers he Godsey was had found throughout the country He county for declared the choice of Wolfe representative in the next was Lieutenant Colonel of the Iwelfth assembly by acclamation Kentucky regiment United States vol general On motion the chair was instructed to untecrs and hundreds of his comrades appoint a list of delegates to represent are yet living to grieve the affliction of Â¬ Â¬ 1 T V E TUGGLE WITH QJ AMTIEL McKEE J T G ATHR1CHT Manufacturers of CO e ATTORNEY AT LAW No 441 W Jefierson Street LOUISVILLE KX uPractices ix all the Stale Court and special attention gives to bwlness of all kinds in the United State Courts Saddles Harness 654 and 656 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY BPHYSICIAN AND aUBGEOK R M KASH V J tion k See our Styles and get our Prices be-Â¬ Tenders his professioHalijcvi fore buying Wolfe and adjoifiimreHMiti Catalogues and Price List sent on applica Â¬ Olnice ut residence on BrMhiway 108 Tine Street Cincinnati Ohi ALLISON SMITH The type on which this pacer Is printed Is the above foundry Editos Heeald TYPE 3FOTJ1vdry frora FKATfBIXIPr HAZEL GREEN KY J PORTER LACEY ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND DEPOSITIONS EXAXINER0 HAZEL GREEN KYt J P The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IEOH IS KING These springs are located three quarters of a itiile from the beautiful town of Hazel Green Tha water oontains a larger per centatre of iron than any other water known henceit is the most valuable in the care oif disease used internallv or externally Among the many diseases which flesh ia heir to and for which this wonderful water is known to be a positive and permanent cure are the following KOGEBS with Louis Stix Third Rack and GErcnssATr o Obi Dry Goods and Motions LEOK MAISES ft GO OUR LAND TITLES Elsewhere we publish a letter from Hon THQg Tusxer upon the insufficn cy uncertainty and conf uiion of land tiÂ¬ tles in Eastern Kentucky which should be carefully read by every land owner in thesecton it embraces Mr Tuexes is probably the besyposted snan on the affairs of Eastern Kentucky in the state and is therefore more eminently qualified io sutnrest a remedy for these difficulties which he had reason to believe and could upon inquiry have ascertained had been so patentea such person shall be deemed guil ty of a felony and upon inffictment and conviction in the proper court be confined in the penitentiary of this commonwealth not less than twojnor more than five years Sec 5 That the county court clerk the xsircuit court clerk and sheriff for the time being of each countv in this State shall constitute a board to list for taxation and to value lands for those desiring to avail themselves of the provisions of the section of this act ana for the perform- Â¬ ance of that duty shall be allowed eight Proceedings of Wolfes cents each for listing each tract each year Monday noted elsewhere and the sheriff shall receive and receipt for Â¬ ist met with an accident from which he has never recovered While stepping from the cars at Stanford his foot slip- Â¬ ped off the platform precipitating him to the ground so as to fracture his skull and render him unconscious He never ral-Â¬ lied from the accident hut continued to grow worse About six months ago his left side was paralyzed and shortly after one of his lungs and his brain was af-Â¬ fected His condition became alarming and now he is totally unmindful of his being or surroundiugs He cannot speak and in answer to questions he utters a gutteral sound like that of an animal His condition became such that It was decided to remove him to Anchorage asylum whither he was taken yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Johnston and a son of the invalid Mr Howard was known as a man of generous noble impulses and was always regarded as just and honest in all his dealings and opinions About ten years ago a countryman became involved In a difficulty at the old Central Hotel now the Commercial Hotel and it was appar- Â¬ ent that the countryman was being im- Â¬ posed on by a couple of drummers Col Howard actuated by his sense of justice and manly duty interceded in behalf of the countryman One of the assilants who had shot at the stranger turned his weapon to Col Howard and placing the pistol against his hreast pulled the trig-Â¬ ger hut the cap snapped without dis- Â¬ charging the weapon The fight was then suppressed without any serious re-Â¬ sults Col Howard is 65 years old and there are thousands of old friends who will read of his affliction with sorrow He is now at Anchorage where he is receiving the tenderest of care and attention demcracv Two years ago while visiting his old home in Lincoln connty Col Howard their officer tins county in the Frenchhurg conven- Â¬ CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SEES DISEASES SCROFULA CA Â¬ tion on the 22d day of May next and TARRH RHEUMATISM to use all honorable means to secure the Â¬ nomination of D S Godsey for representNEURALGLL NER Â¬ ative Whereupon the chair appointed VOUSNESS C the following delegates We append a few of the hnndrads of tesC M Blanks J C Lykins J M Quillin Ciothin Â¬ pUS L H Day E Shockey T C Johnson David Hogg S R Smith G B Swango J M Kash J 31 Rose J N Rose W O Mize JRElkins -- and Sentinel Democrat are request- Â¬ ed to publish these proceedings On motion the convention adjourned sine die JOS C LYKINS W 0 Mize Chairman Secretary A Suggestion to Ow Stock Men Editor of The Hazel Gbeen Hebald I desire to call the attention of the farmers of Wolfe Morgan Magoffin and ald Stephen Swango sr On motion The HAzel Geeks Allison Rose Monk Hollen A B Landrain David Spencer Isiah Spencer Joel S Cox Her Â¬ timonials which have been tendered as to the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freelv do I give all the time and money spent there for the health end strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois saysr I think the S W water of Swango Springs did me more good than all the nostrums I have ever tried I will certainly be withyou again next spring Kefebexces R T Smith J G Trimble P L Reese Mt Sterling Ky F Sf Hinkle Mrs P M ninkle AVm Clarke Pla Lick Ky A large hotel is now being buSt which wflTaiford ample accoramodatidrrto visitors For further information in regard to board HARRISON SWANGO c address Or this office Hazel Green Ky AND CLOTH HOUSE cor PEARL AND YTNE STfcElTS f CINCINNATI O B E EOBEETS wrrat JOHN KEEF DEALER 1ST Carter Bros iitlb WHO Breathitt counties to the importance of combining together and establishing in the town of Hazel Green a monthly stock sale Montgomerys day is the third Monday in each month Select the second Wednesday in each month in Hazel Green It will not cost twenty buyers from the bluegrass as much to atÂ¬ tend our sale as it costs one man to dri e his stock to Mt Sterling You have the advantage of selling at home saving much expen e and not subject to the clicks ana combinations that are resorted to to buy your stock for less than its val-Â¬ ue If you cant effect a sale here there is ample time left in which to reach Mt Sterling market Think of it talk and write about it Let us hear from you - FINE- HOESES itf if s s i Dry Goods and Hot Ions Joan A Carter a uarwr XKA Feriiae Jo C Bethel J awes 1 72 731 aa 73X MOUNT STERLING KY KXATN J G Carter Jr LOUISTILU- - XX COACHEES AND ROADSTERS A SPECIALTY E YOUNG WheJwle ne wishing to visit Cincfnaati V1 or Louisville can leave their horses with me and rest assured that they will receive everv attention be watered fed grooved aud bedded Soliciting voar castom I reÂ¬ main Yours truly JOHN KEEF -- a4 GROOER Win Eobt J Samuel JOB Mortie Swango is quite ill of nneumo-- note heads bill heads cards a nemSy nia but we hopeTo see him out sootf and promptly executed at this office PRINTING OF ALL KINDS as envelopes letter heads tags an LJqrs JST ttKiihvHeriifdmkr 3Gaflh wurLW T Z i1 ssy WP i 1 f EkSuj k c-jfc- - W j3 ftt iWw1ift pgyC f THE HERALD SLOO Per Annum Always in Advance HATFIELD Cajpt AND WILLIAMS CAUGHT CORRESPONDENCE EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY Morgan county wbither he went on a business trip Down After Several Days TTrk From The Heralds Extra of April 6th 2ack a Si Posse Kan Them Capt ling accompanied by Henry Watson started in pursuit of the fugitives at 3 afternoon They arWe wjiat oarreapQedeat ia everr oclock Tuesday stolon on the K first S went to Spencer ieHM3t3n the amaties of Wolfe Mor-- A H JL where some of Hatfields con eetzom live There the pursuers rout- Â¬ ed tke trio and came on to Wolfe to ma-I tare their plans lor the capture of the Writes for feaac te Ac fagitives upon their arrival Arriving l Liub uuiiib vapu x uucii was juuieu uy Pat Punch saarshal of Mt Ster aeti Kntiokv StaLri fc TWHtTALE tkaejl2 SHNitee slower 3ft Sterna 6th Atlantic Rftlhray tia W X Dav of Maytown and Cox of this countv Here Cant John Punch outlined the plan of action and Marshal t 7 a sa arri viar the previous night brought in Floyd 3g 2 lcav lUikwell at ra arrives at Williams who was sent to this place un-Â¬ der guard Capt Punch then ordered Mi SterlMf at a JfcL WnW t 140 p m r-- his men to dismount and take to the riv woods having struck Montaville Hat t JUtirwtA at J20 p J Oaavet JUtkwiU k45 p w arrives fields trail About 4 oclock in the af-2 2 eeaaeets at ML flMrttwf with 1105 a ternoon while Punch and his men were aa 157 j m teams mi 4 0 railway reconnoitering in the neighborhood of ftfLeriigtofj Cureiasti Louisville old man Hatfields a messenger from 3 J eeect at ML SterlMgltfiih 1105 a Montaville Hatfield informed Captain m trala e C Ofrwa tke aet aadlG Punch that if he would come alone he of sickness Jeff Brewer mr train from Luly21e Ciacinnati would surrender but otherwise he would l le Mt Saturday morning a detachment who had been acting on Punchs suggestions his subordinates acquiesced in it and on tBoOi eii i JiTe 10 -- a Â¬ t3ftfcerlkhyiipm ai ad a4 The mill men are getting in their work The lumber being the most important COUNTIES now carried on in the county A dozen so mills are Iteported by Special Correspondents from or will ship running in the county and many thousand feet to All Points In the Mountains market during the season And there are also many thousand logs in Beaver Wolfe County creek and Bed river awaiting a tide SPRAELING The fair weather has put the farmers Parmers are busy plawing about here to work and makes it correspondingly The wheat crop is all dead around dull about town Our loafing crowds bere have grown beautifully less Now is the Corn is in good demand at 100 per time for every one to bestir himself and bushel if the people plant plentifully and culti- Â¬ A J Cox is confined to his bed with vate properly there need be no cry of sickness hard times is our fertile hills and Val- Â¬ Mr B Culverson and wife paid us a leys will produce bountifully to support visit last week jjll our citizens and many more Mrs Brittain has been suffering withW T T Cope has just returned from abad case of felon nTrankjort on a professional business trip Hon C M Hanks and W H P Duff Jrom him we learn that all our citzens were here on business this week who are residing at the capital and we Trade is ood at this place just now have eicrht of them are eettinir ftlontr better than it has been all winter yery well except Alonzo Becraft who is f David Lawson a No 1 blacksmith has in very oaa neaitn ana tne governor is moved to Spradling with his family willing to pardon him if his friends will Mine host Pieratt of your town paid take care of him which they seem to be us a visit last week Come again John unable to do Query Would it be an Weare glad to say that the health of act of charity to take him from the peni- Â¬ this vicinity is very good only one case tentiary and place him in a county poor house 3Xorgan County MAYTOWN HANLY JUDY 3 MT STEELING KY Have moved to their Large Few House on Maysville street andhave added largely to their stock of Hardware Ctueeiisware Tinware Stoves Grates Mantels c Which they are selling at Rock Bottom Priced Call and see them in their new quarters A full stock of Wagons Buggies Eockaways c HANLY JUDY Mil ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se4 f lected Stock of u Hatfield was in position xmd armed to ty was in town last week defend himself with two double barreled Born To the wife of Alex Patrick a shot guns and two revolvers Put in ac-Â¬ girl Alex is happy let us have peace cordance with his promise he surrender- Â¬ J IT Swetnam of West Liberty is in ed to Capt Punch who brought him in Â¬ town the guest of his brother-in-laE GREEN KY to town and placed Mm under guard at B May ytSDlffBSDAY AtRIL 8 1885 the Pxeratt House where Williams had H D Spradling of Spradling was in been kept during the day town last week looking after the interest Capt Punch took the saddle about 10 of his flouring mill XOOAL 3EEW Saturday night and started in pursuit of Thomas M Cannoy of this place has Wille Caskey the last of tbe trio a quarter of a dollar in mon y bearing The strategy displayed by Capt Punch date 1723 thereby being one hundred court at Camptlc 3Conday throughout this whole affair marks bim and sixty two years old as a detective hard to get over bv the William Lusk and J H Evans of Ha-Â¬ J Tiiylor Bay Is buildiajr a house on criminal class and adds additional lau Â¬ zel Green are in town on business Our Broadway to rent v rels to his already richly wreathed brow people are always glad to see Mr Lusk as he is considered the champion joker Br-- Taulbee lias just jeturned from a for running down outlaws Montgomery county should feel proud of the poses of the mountains protractedTprofessional tour sion of such a man und honor him with Work on the M E church south has something better than the office of mar Â¬ commenced in earnest and it is now con- Â¬ Breathitt circuit court Ixsgins next Albion ceded by all that it is only a question of that as weeJrarideveral of our citizens will atÂ¬ shal We would suggest inefficient the campton present incumbent seems time when Maytown will have a first for tend W F Hanks sheriff of Bates county class church house a thing that has the place judging from the many escapes Two interesting letters from Missouri that Pat Punch be made jailer Then Mo is visiting relatives in this county long been needed Our people are well pleased with the re unavoidably crowded out but will prisoners wouia oe secure ana tne law M C Bailey of this place has sold his appear next week abiding citizens feel safe from their dep selection of Mr Godsey for representa house and lot to Bev J P Lockhart of erdations Pine Grove Ky for two hundred and tive Mrs Haney living on Grassv whose County court convened April 6 with twenty five dollars Bailey and family Apropos of bis promotion we would illness we reported last week we are ffladl say that if Mt Sterling cant secure an- Â¬ Judge Swango on the bench and Levi have gone to Bichmomd Ky Bev Lock 1 trt coir m other marshal to suit Maytown might Kash county attorney present Julia hart will move to town in a few dayB be induced to give up W T Day It A Elv was appointed aamx of the es- Â¬ E B May of this place has just re- Â¬ Geo Rice will burn a large Hln ofbrick was he who first arrested Hatfield and tate of W B Ely deed A J Asburry turned from West Liberty whither he m wffii zais seasan and tvIU commence he has made an efficient officer assisting was sworn as police judge of Campton had gone to look after the interest of his molding about May 1st very materially in these arrests But to J M Hose appointed and quallified as store in that place He reports business do all justice B A Childers of May guardian of James Sarah E and Mary lively for the liard times His partner Rev town John Cox of this county and B Edwards S Kincaid was appointed Leslie Swetnam is confined to his room T Peratt of our town filled the pulpit at Campton Sunday it being all others engaged in the hunt deserve admr of the estate of S P Kincaid de-Â¬ with pneumonia fever lus regular appointment much credit for their bravery and un- Â¬ ceased J M Cockerham tendered his An election was held m this town last tiring energy in the pursuit and capture resignation as admr of the estate of G Monday and E B May was elected n D sej ia mind and make Tip to tnis hour 4 oclock Monday W Falkner deed J B Hobbs Allison mayor W T Day marshal J C Swan- Â¬ tviU be a member which Montgomery morning we have not been informed of Bose and D H Fallen were appointed go B P Dennis C W Clark W C Menifee c need not be jsshaiaed of Caskeys capture but he will no doubt supervisors of the tax book for 1885 Daniel and J P Lockhart trustees The town has now got a good set of officers be taken to day All the particulars Monlfee County let them see to it that the law is enforced Sjver corespondent informs us will be given in The Herald of this of the death of Mr James Wadkins of week Price 100 a year in advance Bev Isaac Murphy of Grassy creek ROTHWELL Lock- Â¬ consumption at tluLt place on March On Monday evening Punch purchased a farm of Bev J Later Miss Mary Bobertsof Wolfe who has has of Pine Grove for his son PLogan abandoned the chase for Caskey and left been hart for Mt Sterling It is therefore doubt Â¬ ling visiting Mrs B F Day of Mt Ster-Â¬ for which he paid five hundred dollars returned home last Saturday Eev E P Mickell preached two ser ful whether Caskey will be caught or not By the way Murphy says his dog that If your ducks and chickens are in- Â¬ killed the skunk has come to life after monson a Saturday in Maple Grove at least for sometime to come clined to run about sell to Longfellow neighborhood And made two pastoral been dead ten days He says if he will yoke em and keep them at having can beat that he has a better calls Personal Paragraphs any man home one to tell yet C J-- Little of Jackson was in town The T A Stamper lost a fine cow one day bat tough prince of detect-- f I Marshal Day and Henry Watson of Vives Pat Puncb abandoned the search uue uav last ween last week She eat ivy Neighbors Sheriff Jack Bingo of Menifee was in dont turn out your cows yet awhile to Mt Sterling have Montaville Hatfield Vor Caskey and left for home Monday town one day last week evemmr the range as a cow dont know the dif and Floyd Williams two of the parties yt James Hargis of Jackson paid our that broke jail at Mt Sterling a few days ference between ivy and pea vine cor- Â¬ We have tkis week been compelled to town a ousiness visit last weeK John V laul deputy marshal of Mt ago in custody at this place Yourboys Charley Howe of 3ft Sterling was in Sterling was up one day last week in respondent has had a talk with the eliminate some of our correspondence on town this week in the interest of his search of Jailer Stephens jail birds who ana they express the belief that they mcovnz or tne late arrival of the com- firm Trimble Bros Munications so abruptly left their abode on the night will come clear on the final trial if they B Bedwine Esq of Jackson was of the 80th ult We can succeed in securing he services of sj didnt see them day last week on Boston Post Dan Manning eats one in Hazel Green one On the night of the 2nd inst William able attorneys HatfieldVpiys two of the professional business Griffin eloped with Miss Bebecca J most important witnesses against him meal early in the morning and another Misses Belle Adams Katie Cecil Lu Cornwell daughter of At night He was once an editor but late Â¬ B Cornwell are dead Williams in the final trial lie Kash and Lulie Adams honored our Griffin has been married Jbut he and his hopes to bring to light some new evi- Â¬ ly bas taken to eating an extra meal sanctum with a visit last Saturday wife have been separated for sometime dence that will be decidedly inv his favor Day and Deputy Marshal The parents are very angry about the afÂ¬ Public sentiment varies as to the guilt James Hall the plasterer has moved Marshal Duster to Campton and his former residence Childers of Maytown were in town last fair but such is life and they will have or innocence of the boys week on a still hunt for escaped jail- Â¬ to take matters cool liere is o w occupied by T J Stephenson birds Breathitt County who has moved here from above town Died On the night of April 2nd E B Marshal Pat Punch of MtSterling Chambers Strong drink is supposed to FROZEN CREEK was in Hazel Green with his posse dur- Â¬ have caused his death He had been Taylor Price deputy collector for this It is a good time to fish in the Ken- Â¬ ing last week He was hunting HatÂ¬ on a protracted spree and was taken sick tucky river district is in our county on business and taking Custer like his last ride The field Caskey and Williams and medical aid did him no good so he Corn is very scarce in this section It Bev W B Cooper of Jackson spent paid the debt we all owe Chambers cannot be obtained at any price boys all like Taylor but ta ta by by a few days with friends in our town last was one of the strongest men we had in The warm weather we are now having boo hoo week He was enroute from Lexington the country and a perfect picture of has put new life in the farmers of this Mr Carter of Mt Sterling is now fin-Â¬ where he has been visiting his wife and health Young men take warning and seetion ishing ip the tinwork on Senator Mizes children let the cup slip before it reaches your The log men are nearly all done haul- Â¬ Bev Isaac S Lykins a Baptist minisÂ¬ lips Whiskey and brandy will kill al Â¬ ing logs and are turning their attention handsome dwelling and will go to Camp ton next week to do some work on the ter of Grassey creek Morgan county Â¬ though it may seem to you that you are to their farm aged about 60 years died at his resi- not Deing mjureu oy its use due is is Elkanah Smith is makincr W O Mize Xurt house dence of consumption last Friday night slowly but surelo stealing your life away fbl Hazel ircen a large spinning wheel Hon DrS Grodsey will perhaps take He was burried at Ezel with Masonic If you have drank of the poison drink says he will have it done for the senator no more if you know not its taste touch m a few days Mr Smith says that the possession of and run the Hay hotel in a honors on Sunday last James C Stamper of Stamper branch it not senator is fond of maple sugar short time if so its management will be superb under his and his amiable an old and influential citizen of this John S Â¬ J Byrne county clerk and Jona high school Hayes one of the Jackson county who has been confined to the than J boys spent a night with us wifes auspices Whitaker constable of Prenchburg house with some disease of the head and gave us a pleasant call one day last week last week He says they are having a Some enterprising man should build eyes for two months past is now conva Â¬ and Jonatnan tells a good joke officialy good school He spoke of The Herald y CCi t ij ten ur jALfceen cotcage nouses m inis town lescing Mr Stamper is about 72 years on himself He says when he was hon- Â¬ as being one of the most newsy sheets Stump for tenants There is nothing which so of age ored by the people of his precinct to the that comes to Jackson speedily builds up the population of a office of constable he wanted to execute Freight Xlst town as cheap substantial dwellings for the law to the very letter Being ignor-Â¬ Meeting of the Democratic County Com- Â¬ following is a list of freight reÂ¬ ant or we may say rusty as to the law mittee Xast Monday The skilled labor maining in the depot at Bothwell on points he sought information of the legal Pursuant to a call of the chairman of J G-- Trimble who recently visited our Friday April 3rd bar of his own as to how he should exe- Â¬ the democratic committee of Wolfe LBS CLASS town being the pwner of several fine NAME PLACE cute different processes that would be oounty in regard to the selection of del- Â¬ Hargis Jackson dryoods2500 likely to fall into his hands He was egates to attend the Frenchburg conven- Â¬ building lote here k making arrange A H J menls to erect fSur nicecottages for rent J B Kilgore Hariba house hgoods1666 told when he had an execution when he tion to be held at Frenchburg on the 1025 Trimble Hariba 22d day of May to select a id nominate a The demand for such houses is greater D S Combs Jackson groceries 1500 found the stock he must rub the paper Wa than the supply 875 on the stock levied upon before he could candidate to represent this district in the C J Little Short- Â¬ next generel assembly of this state the 400 make a legal return or his papers Caskey Pieratt Hazel Green groc 700 ly after he was sworn into office he was committee met April 6 Present J C Hob WOuMiae received a letter from D D Landsaw Stillwater groceries Judge D L Vermillion of Perry county Combs t Vaughn Campton d g etc 900 given an execution on A so Jonathan Lykins chairman W O Mize proxy 140 from which we are permitted to clip D C Williams Campton dry goods takes his ipapers and proceeds to the from Hazel Green J M Quillin proxy 330 sugar Hogg Jackson Snowdon The Swango water Improved my health residence of Mr A on his way some one from Campton J M Hose proxy from W B Tabor Agent so much last fall that lproposp to spend told him that A had a flock of sheep that Stillwater E Shockey from 7th district most of my time at Hazel Green next was subject to execution so when he and H C Eikins from 5th district Hell aialxe at Good One On motion J M Quillin was made summer the sheep were he Seneca Swimm has taken a case on the came to where started toward the climed secretary flock the fence and A private letter from Supt Jlarper of Hazel Green Herald We credit the and selected the largest one a big weath- Â¬ On motion of W O Mize the follow- Â¬ the coal roadVinforms us that if an hour report that be will enter the ministry er this is the one he was going to rub ing resolutions were adopted Resolved That we the committee of or so change in timewil assist in working Licking Valley Scorcher on but nannie Jes so jes so He matriculated when his execution constable and resisted and Wolfe county approve and endorse the ac- Â¬ prbposecl stage line he will up the set him in made for the gladly make it in either the arrival or he came to this office but we think he is the mud outside the field Jonathan tion of the democratic convention held in Campton to day in regard to the selection departure pf his trains The offer is a undecided as to the denomination he will had anticipated no trouble consequently of delegates to attend the convention to be magnanimous one and we hope some labor for Perhaps the TJniversalists as did not have his pop with him After held at Frenchburg on May 22d for the person will have the enterprise to tart he is more nearly a universal talker than due consideration Jonathan made the fol- Â¬ purpose of nominating a candidate for the any young man we know the line Found legislature in this district and further lowing return on his papers JResolved That The Hazel Green Her a rebuff no levy could be Boston Globe The latest mathematic- Â¬ but owing to to the truthfullness of this ald is requested to publish the proceedings Silas Bsttlrne living but a short dis-Â¬ As Two girls made of this meeting tance from Hazel Xjrreen is now past 93 al question runs as follows all kissed ask Mr Whitaker Longfellow On motion of W O Mize the meeting other girls and years of age jnd is remarkably haleand met three frenchbhrg then adjourned exchanged J C LYKINS hearty lor one so old He told us a few How many kisses were M Quillin Secy Chairman Miss Ella Johnson of Hazel Green is J days jsince that for three fourths of a day he coujdplow as much as any young Hartford Post With Daniel Manning visiting friends here The wife of J H Williams presented J Taylor Day of laying a walk in man in the county Uncle Silas moved Daniel Lamont and Daniel Lockwood 3rd a fine boy io tiis county from Virginia about 45 his closest friends Mr Cleveland is a sort him withOliver has April returned from front of his magnificent dwelling on main street just den JM 0of lion in a Daniels X J years ago -- uHMioaerTcouaWeeiliayispecial leavas lloikwell oa the 3ril Udr in p4 tfe at 730 a uu rrlvg jvSCt Sterling efciuB2jeavwrt sterling at 3p - ararlag at Eothwell At 430 p mx LeYa XotEwell for ML Stwtlag at 5 p m GEO B HJUtPER Supt j not Punch then accompanied by Hat Â¬ fields father went about one mile and a half to the top of a mountain where iEL Cetj J sr has moved from Big Branch to the north fork of Ken- Â¬ tucky river We should like to have the county of- Â¬ ficers make us a good road from here to the state road Your correspondent is under obliga-Â¬ tions to The Herald for late papers will try and return the favor Mr Godsey was here shaking hands with the boys He want3 votes Come boys I Come up and run him through Mrs H D Spradling and younger members of her family have gone to Campton to pay a visit to her father and friends We would like to have Duster come down to the classic shades of Spradling and look at the grand view which we can point out to him W P Hanks sheriff of Bates county Mo will pay Spradling a visit after an absence pf twelve years Come along Will we will be glad to see you Toot E jSTortheutt of Hariba Menifee coun- Â¬ m iUliii N H THIMBLE TT li IA w Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they canfoe bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go BOBT JC TRIXBLSU -- TRIMBLE BEOS WHOLESALE GKROCERS AND DEALERS IN tij - m -- J -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED IN 1845 t r1 The Leading Insurance Agency OP MT STERLING KY Toval Assets of Agency 143848780 1885 1836 -- SO Liverpool and London and Globe of England 1809 Nqrth British Mercantile of England 1794 Ins Ce of North America of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officejof London 1782 Phenix of London Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford Â¬ 9260000 454124 OCT 1849 Springfield oSpringfield 2535633 00 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Call- 1473026 00 1154889 00 971696 33 1S69 Northwestern National 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 5383916 46 1865 Boatnaans Pittsburg 411499 00 of Liverpool Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knowa corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN Office At Traders and Deposit Bank -- JOHN W JONES DEALER IN if fl III My J I W il 0 - NO 10 MAIN STREET - J Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons SfParticular attention paid to Repairing mm i u MT STERLING KY 100 DOLLAR UP 2 00 375 3 75 900 100V -- - Call and see my gooda - JOHN W JONES THE MT STERLING rT Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting Ktrictly Wrought Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a atyle adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most swb stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the most mod ern macmnery ana our worsmen cannot De excetieu in ssm experience or noaet per formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and jaakV speciaiy of I Tl Tl 1 O MM 1 rfiluu rDMuFf ft MlM u -- i Gumming and Hammering Saws -- No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same S5Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for iaformatloa Catalogues furnished on application to E T BEAN Supt SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP FROM Mt Sterling Ky C Â¬ F PEITZ -- LODQiNC HOUSEN E corner 5th amd Jeferses LQHDISYLLLS j A M NiCKELL DAYSBOKOUGH KY XT CleHfr Entrance on 5th M - Wxxfxkf Nifkt p siaia - 1 i s -- w - - V i FTi - w J - -- 3 T - -- 5T-r 5f9japi iBBrr iBwj--- - k j ir j t3j -- - awtbwrj 3 wVtl 0 a THE ftfRiTKPLAN 9man5fe - tb Bjttthelbeapft them write his sermon but had walked asKedMrshelis The parish is a large field I think straight into Susans kitchen and had 3kfr Lindsay was preaching n the I can spare them to Lucretia Do you helried her seal up the preserve jars and corns to set them away and had sat in the front Lennox uarish on probation thatis lie kifow the other nisht us I was V U t m m w IZxxryJLVrevott in Harper Bazar at home with a teethio baby reported that 31r Lindsay had not gone home to SUBSCRSE3E FOR T F ROC Vb-asnc-cess gWfcatta capital wife Lucretia Shaw j woulQnaake Mr Lindsay vouchsafed Miss RiML shortly after he adorned the Leunoxpulpit She jusjt thevperson forepersons wife bustling and Tni afraid shed takothe parish oft 3Tour hands iGssJiichf answj3redMrs -- Alter t watch with Hiss Hart 7hen she haam- Tjrnn rm mtinii nf thu n f nomo ji wnst so to jspfe IXueTetaajindSasanand3 Hhdsay- - I HSatpriBhiajiharge canvassed for money to paint the must say I should think Susanj would who church looked up poor children for have more taste than to folio w em christciiinff and Sunday school exhorted everywhere Whv dont she keep her- tlieIyouiigtpepple to 3001 ihe confirma- - uselfin the background tiMt hs mapped out orfoV tlie f Shes been pretty much in theback-gewini society planted the church around all her life said Dr blow Christmas tree andsiadetlieiparislilier i Perhaps shtirecTot the situation liobby-- if he suited Miss Rich if he was But she ought to have more consid Hjgh Church enough for Mr Grimm eration Praps the lovers don t mind aafLow enough ior Mrs Phelps if he her There they were all three of em believed with Dr Slow in doctrine of watching the comet and studying the eleetion rwhy then they were sure to heavens fnv n WWjjJ U1UU TTrrian ofiirltr AV1 I nlnrrrvrrnoTt settle him J3 yi U OtltVJ isred tiwr year ia criiTWi Miss i Linn for a - - - I - - - -- - porca an hour or two arterwara with her when he TTiio nr have been with Lu cretia reading secular poetry and not Dr Watts or Charles Wesley either the parish rose in its wrath to a woman This would never do Lucretia must not Mr Lindsay had in- Â¬ be trifled with spired hope in her gentle heart he must marry Lucretia or leave theparish You see explarned Mr Phelps we want to settle you Mr Lindsay You suit us to a T but it kinder seems as if you ought to propose to Lucretia Shaw - m MT STERLING KY Sends greeting to the G OOB PEO Â¬ H youve been so A l said JDr Siow And he was pointing out all the con sternations and it seemed to me they was looking at him instead oL thenars ftT flfilTTTlT pursued Miss Kicn sug It would be a complication ne s court ses teaydrs rneips irAwnue jriieips wco nangno Gcsire ro uouie iug ILucretiaj Susan should get in love p am work which her neighbor loved with him yet grudged her the credit of it It wo ildnt be no use said Mrs Cus-Â¬ -LucretiasT that smart shed WMlheres work enough for fwojof Grimm BOOTS SHOES us in theparish Mrs Phelps I wouldnt make him believe it was her he was dying for be a bit afraid but Id git my share ETice To be sure But whats the use of talking about pursued Mrs Phelps arLucretias smart and 1 donlt believe in Susan Who everexpects him to marry afpastoif with a doll of a wife who cant Susan Shaw People aistiallydo whats know I 1 ATT-4But my dear sir said Mr Lind Â¬ UIUlUC4j UAlUlUi bUMUiUU Sl dUUU UUU CAUCULCU UL ULU UUU LUC jyUL lOU SApClll say Im not in love with Xucretia feeble Jq get along without help Mr Lindsay to marry Lucretm to settle Lucretia eh iThey want Shaw You wouldnt have me perjure EASTERN KENTUCfCY f SIes4at in old Mrs Smih shed myself le no end of a stepmother to Mr Lind asked Dr Mow S say s boy and if ever a bo3r needed a The Shaws had enough to keep the Ifot in love with Lucretia The AND THE steDinother ifsliim Xucretias tower- - wolf from the door but nothing t parish wont believe its own eyes agin ix smart as you say and shed make spare tnev owned tneir nouse out I reckon j kept no servant Help would be dread- him walk Spanish Well said Mr Grimm severely Development of Her Great widowej full v m their wav 3iiss nich declared Yes added Miss Bich we couldnt think of settling a preacher a Resources idmShowjaeeds a wifemorn anybody I wonder they dont feel glad they cant that hadnt na more principle than to door to Exchange Bank Maysville Street ilfc Sterling KTyT9 throw over Lucretia Shaw after taking tosympathize with him in his loss I afford any Ijlioulclnft wonder 5f Lucretia wonld Susan always wore the simplest gar- - tea so much at her house and raising S bring the boy up to the ministry if she ments which she designed and executed her hopes as it were had her wa oii it Perhaps said Mr Lindsay after a Herself wnile lucretia von and BgtjWeen theres anvthins that unfits Lucretia pause perhaps you will be able to PnelpsVI Slink at fheparson goes to tor her future position at the head of forgive me for not proposing to LucreihSJShawsjrather more than is neces- the parish confessed Mrs Phelps its tia when I tell you that I have sary for the salvation of their souls her love of finery already proposed to busan i ou see Vou cant telL --Perhaps Lucretia Lucretia always blossomed out in a it would complicate matters a litth Is tlie clieiipest newspaper ever jftiblislied JlllS UOUIRS rt y A d pjrett spring bonnet while Susan made if I were to accede to your wishes in iiiistcrn iveniucKy oiuy lowperhaps And per ner jasc years one answer ana a However 1 have lately received a call ai smart new suit made in the latest from a western parish and should feel haii its Miss Susan Tkz Oldeit Bngbtaat nd bat of VrkH obliged to decline the Lennox parish Lverybpdyrlaughea and cned Missj wrinkle Zijnt pages fifty six columns fin Weittra nerr tyj cper One clear print and the mi4t atertann ppr fftr4 - natural iJ Miss Rich explained even if you had thought mo worthy ol It s busan nMUiJijb ii uuj xu tutu luuto iha raadiny public Suit rarr tecalitT dwctiMM aubje ns with iiurneM contains ill th nw a kirl likes to make the most of her- - it as this other furnishes a wider field Who jvcr heard of Susan havimj at-ft irarld attract it It prftaan d and ia withon a cb selL Kow Susan looks as well in her of usefulness tention asked Mrs Phelps tior in gaaaral excaln u a Januly ppr It ewubnt And larger salary I suppose added Ive engaged Lucretia to embroider a old things as she would in Indy ish meres besides Lucretia earns her rib Mr Grimm r3C i new altar cloth OK3 SOXliXX Aof ohrga A3 explained Miss Rich and erarj tcjbaeriaer reoelT fr pcatas bons and laces Aint she embroidering 1 raised the money lor it last month allowed Mr And larger salary a- copf 61 jaid 1 f Lindsay Double in fact RichTHE TIMES ILLUSTRATED HAND BOOK 411 youiits like pulling teeth to get day and night Except nvhen shes oit skylarking money out of this parish and I suppose after I suppose persisted Miss alone worth thft priea of aabscriptiaij Te Zad toi U a publication of 020 hnadrod pagM of tsfalasd the parson haslto advise her about the with tbsiparson said Dr Slow the wedding I suppose Lucretia must i iartainins reading raattar otpaciallr pr3ra4 aad home news the state news suresheTs always chaperoned by have refused him first Tin Publishes the proper designs and things Lucretia yublisliil far the snbwcribara f h tfk1T Ttataa- All who tafca th papr ar dlshtd with itr aad txa the general news and yet is aint well drilled in symbols and sueli Susanir returned Mrs Grimm Kand boot frill bo qnalljitiifistvnr Pftd foryl Vuluo of a Demi Horse Yes there aintr been no secession of you know Jlddr T3XT1HX8 aacopj aftcapapar Milwaukee Sunttusl 330 Walnut Stt CuaxATT O In fact everybody in Lennox had de- Â¬ Susans gomg about with em added a dead You see said the man She doesnt seem to have cided ithat jiir Lindsay should marry MissLieli au VMh P itucretia and perhaps Lucretia had do the smallest idea she aint wanted Slie horse represents considerable money to II4t iii 1 can got one I am goiny me and when too for- she was an everlasting aint used to lovers you se cdedOf Tg tb bt and chDtt itllj yauer puVlsahad iat ti But if Lucretia embroiders night to drop pnto it every timo Ill haul the time ojer that altar coth and needed pe Sight pages fonj igat taiaa aad sic anidial out to my place where 1 will llar ar or iwsIt caitt j a wc It la iaifs no end of advice and instruction her and day said Mrs Grimms sister-in-lapoiurca but Mime tuba lair in TrytaUj aai intin who was only in Lennox on a skin it and tan the hide or else sell it ignorance and interest were jut ta all pirtioi indivkissJn stiufcai aatiaaali t will raw to one of the tanneries It Itjn nraat ail tHaj attraatiTalr aa cijmvlx amM Mr Lindsay seemed quite visit and had no earthly concern with 17 praaaatpd ubienb far it Txs uaiitr then go to some boot and shoe firm who ati ot uit yras 13 cractsjrft ilfingospehd Kis leisure under the parish affairs Mrs Grimm thought Addr will proee d to make it up into shoes Taa mrxrTA5 who keeps houseand does the house Shaws roof and watch the sacred sym- Â¬ 33j Walnut flu CsHzznxn cleaning and the dusting and the The leather being soft and waterproof bol growing under the white and sweeping cooks and mends Id like to makes up nicely and commands a fancy Is more deeply interested shapely hands of Miss Lucretia in the Develop- Â¬ price 4 r xHifthsind o Lucretias wjll be sure know ment of Eastern Kentudky and pub-Â¬ Shoes made of cordovan as the Of course Suah wdoes them little somebody had said tb dolieBufiilbs lishes more matter relating t its are considered the Any- Â¬ leather is called Mr Lindsays a man of taste if he is a things confessed Miss Rich resources than any paper in clergyman as if the two were not body can doem theres nothing else proper thing by swells and sell well the state y6t the pi ice m nsuallyJbiind combined and I heard she knows how to do Wouldnt it be a The tail when it is long and bushy can is very loVv 011IV pity for Lucretia to waste her time now be made into a nice horse brush or him say4twas fit for a duchess To make a nic DEAU2RS IX-Miss Lucretias hand was indeed her washing dishes keeping the lodgers switch for ladies switch 1 take out tlie bone from the tail loveliest features so to speak white as rooms in piuilico spoiling them white and tack the skin onto a handle and 1 1 u6jr with the prettiest taper fingers hands of hers pretty enough for a par- Â¬ A Once when Mr ish to be proud of when she cap make there we have it all ready for use as spmk at the ends jindsay harL mentioned them flatter such lovdy ferns and flowers as she soon as it gets dry But what do you do with the re inglv Miss Susan who was doing the does Who made all the evergreen trim- Â¬ mainder of the bodv the bones and mending near by drew her own jSands under her work he noticed Ub mings for the church hist Christmas Oh they come in hanly I raise TloSy ever took the trouble to flatter Miss asked Dr Slow It wasnt those pretty Of course if J pr lots of hunting dogs Susan Lucretia sang in the choir al- Â¬ hands of Lucretias were to buy beef for them it would cost i Well shes Lucretias sister and though her voice was thin as muslin that give her a taste for decorations I me a small fortune When I get or buy and she had no ear nobody dreamed or dead horses I save some of the meat Numbers among its contributors many tcared if Susan sang like a seraph she suppose said Mrs Phelps They thrive Lindsay took Susan out in his feeding the dogs on that gentlemen who are eminently quali- Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSOETMENT OT Mr sat in Lucretias shadow and people al on it and it dont cost me much fied to show the capitalists of the mosirfdrgot she was there till they boat tother day said Mrs Grimm a Having th expe- GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY The hoofs 1 sell to some glue factory country our great wealth Lucretia lied one of Mr Lindsav had few weeks later needed her help riencof many years in our line of business yre feel Justified in aaerting to tS and induce immigration That s what I call where they are boiled down and ma ie taught thcthe choir liimself and afterJ her sick headaches trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do CA2f and well meet the want of into our section tSe altar cloth could no longer be made real saintly in him it must have been into glue Lo I make usef the bones fcometimes I grind them among them our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an iEamu4 a pretext xo cover- a muitituae oicans such a boreis Its apity Lucretias Of course Ixk up and sell them as fertilizers Gro md there were iheT icliants and fugues to troubled thtliehi headaches if shes stock of bone is the stur to spread on your I practice Onemorning as he drilled going to be at tlhe head of the parish asked Mrs garden if you want to raise good crops Oh was that Susan lucretia for half an hour ineffectually am busy and want Phelps I thought of course it was When Isell them to some to dispose of Col he suddenly turned to Susan button factory I saw them come ashore after them I Come he said try this chant with Lucretia They mako buttons large and small xuMiss SusanH and Susan openedher dusk and they stood at the gate and out of bonos I havo seen some lenife mouthand chanted as nobody in the talked till all was blue handles re jtde from bone but it era ks chouS bad ever chanted before I suppose they was talking about Buttons cried When did 4you Xucretia persisted Miss Rich a man easily and is not used much flBrSvoIie are tnore generally made from horso rJways likes to talk about his sweetheart learn it bones thtai anything else in that line Why I have heard it all my life you know They must have had a heap to say why shouldnt I know it I couldnt A Ixjssan to the Slanderer Ho seemed as interested asjwhen he3 The Quiver we have no rr on band for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS aadk GRASS They looked e must have vou in the choir he expounding Scripture A lady visited Philip Neri on one oc- Â¬ SEEDS mighty affectionate too I dont be- Â¬ casion accusing herself of being a slan-Â¬ said gasped lieve Lucretiad have liked the look derer u 45usan Shaw in the choir Do you frequently fall into way out of church of it everybody on the Yes very and many others all of whom realize the this fault he inquired Mr Linchay is bringing her out There rint nothing jealous about often My dear replied the penitent great wealth we possess and desire hes Lucretias sister 3ou know Lucretia a parson s wife ought to set child said Philip your fault is great Ac- Â¬ to see this section developed explained Miss Kich her face agin such a fling but the mercy of God is greater I now so- f VAnd her voice rather drowns Lucre- It was about this time that the parish bid thee do as follows Go to the neartaa said Dr Slow picnic occurred an institution which est market and purchase a chicken just T MrI indsay was giving great satisfac-Â¬ everybody believed in Hadnt there killed and stiil covered with feathers March 4th 1885 tion HChe parishioners ialked of re been more matches made at the last thau then walk to a certain distance pluck- Â¬ modelingthe old rectory adding a wing during all the year besides And wasn i ing the bird as you go Your walk fin- Â¬ G B SWANGO W T SWANGO and bay window and even spoke of it a fine chance to test Mrs Phelps ished return to me f The woman did taking in an adjoining field so that recipes Miss Richs cream pies and Mrs as directed and returned anxious to Of course Lucretia know the meaning of so singular an inDr Slow s tarts Lucretia might have a flower garden sal- Â¬ went and Mr Lindsay with her Susan junction They even meditated an increase of You havo been very faith- Â¬ ary 1 soon as he should be settled in uappened to be making preserves and ful to the first part of my orders said the parish and Mr Grimm thought he pickles that day and the berries wouldnt Phillip now do the second part and DEALERS DT sfoul add a codicil to his will in favor keep and so she staid at home At you will be cured Ketrace your steps oUthe new pastor laid Lucretias hus about the middle of th6 afternoon pass through all the places you have when they had had dinner and cleared traversed and gather up one by one all band iwWdjcn there married reckoned away and things were a little slow and the feathers you have gartered But HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY iKGss Rich with unchristian thrift we they wanted somebody t start sonic said the woman 1 cast the feathers to be carelessly away and the wind carried shall have all our c rurch trappings em Â¬ music Mr Lindsay was nowhere ZBEPS COKSTAXTLT O HAXD X 3ULL ASSOKTSaCT OT found broidered for nothing I suppose Well my them in all directions you think busan will live with Oh hos gone off with Lucretia child a replied Philip so it is with TUmS flcl crl KfT Plo1n ancy yry uooas Vt 41kJ 1UV somewhere said Miss Rich who felt it your words of slander like the feathers oxapiQ ana vioxnyrssv FITTED UP WITH AAU AUAUUA iiJWfc von t care about marrying the whole her duty to account for him has scattered they which the wind Hats7 Caps Boots Shoes Q ue ens ware Tin war family No theres Lucretia now talking have been wafted in many directions CrocVr Hardware Table and Pocket Hes powerful- kind- to Susan about free will with Dr Slpw Call them back now if you can Go tnougn Praps hes gone home to write his and sin no more AND FANCY ies Stoves and Farming Be takes a sight of notice of her sermon suggested somebody else the You kinder forget she Is Lucretias picnic grove being only a half a mile Royaltys Writing raper In fact everrthing usually kept in first class country tor and at BOTT01T FRIC1 Exchange bister3 put in Miss Rich an all shes from town Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt da u all ldadia The favorite writing paper of the got Or hes finding tongues in trees and Country Produce and Live Stock of every deacxiption princess of Wales is a blue bank paper wt was surely plain that Hr Lindsay sermons in stones out here oofepieasure in the society at the Shaw - But at sunset Mr Lindsay strolled with a fac simile of her signature or 9 homestead At picnic at prayer meet- back with Susan on his arm in time to Christian name in goid or bronze across S S COMBS J N VAUGHN ings or choir meetings e was always at join them at tea and he and Susan the upper left hand corner and the day COMBS hand to take Lucretia and Susan home made the coffee and pitched the tunes Df the week in the same style on the top T J books and directed they sang before the day ended the right The queen uses black line at he ientthem his DEAIBS IK Tow wasn t that real thoughtful in edged paper with the address Windsor theirreadingr he brought them flowers from town wnen ne Happened to go up Mr Lindsay to go after Susan Thats castle Balmoral or Osborne on the top HAZET GXSEK rYlr I shall be so glad to give up the what I call real Christian and a brother- - line in plain black and gold letters and ANiD XIVE STOCK OF AIX KINDS presidency ofthe Bethel society and the j in law wortlpiha Afcl- WiJUXUiilCtlllW in the upper left hand corner V R Is prepared o execute any and all kinds 3 Horse ShoeUf aSpjialty JLgpJ tm and tho crpwn emblazoned in red black of Printing jn thejestsiyjefaiid atuth Contain arid Marion i Sfree Dakota league to ucretia said Mis oldlSdytt aSPJian4aUEikiafUiot3eBi TkiMMitJ and repaired in the beat lo westtRnces GiAeus a caulich Its only proper for the clergy- - But when Mrs BisLop who had staid and gold -- repeated the young man whh a startled air A Year Always in Advance What has that to do with settling me Ls every clergyman who comes to LenAN- nox obliged to propose to Lucretia Shaw as a preliminary preparation Well no not exactly laughed Mr Phelps not unless shes give the parish You know we mDEPEWDENT reason to expect it dont want the credit of settling a phil andering parson who makes love right r and left Id no idee the thought would be new to you but the parish has set its heart on tiie match you see and we NEWSPAPER wouldnt like to settle a man if he was tr eloquent in prayer who trifled with the affections of one of the flock yon DEVOTED TO Propose to LncreiiK Shaw attentie PLE of Wolfe Morgan Menifee Magoffin Breathitt and Powell May their HERAUS and furnish news bfila- fresh interesting and spicy remepaTjer ycuare reading that to adorn the person with Pine And while Tii ii u Pi ill sj The 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