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Jargely where the magistrate meddles least the by the same sovereign and the same leg l sight Ihere were thouandft ijcaflligfca Magoffin TtaKe Powell Menifee ff wi Delivered In the House of Commons r r 041mA 1fi vlH KrtHnr vjr rii n latcommon people oi cngiana wouia now jsiniuic uuiumg csacuniiiiji iucoumcic- - viuw nuiu uu6 rim urinJcers CryiBST MhiSittxSHt Estill ad Floyd the anyApril 18th 1847 be the best educated in the world Our ligious faith having the same allies and most piteously Rumlruml give me some Ur acre feeiac wkkt a newspaper of Virginia Educational Journal wn- E1BC1 schools would be model schools Every the same enemies Of these two nations ram 16110 MaJEJUUU When they saw And against such authority as this one would have a well chosen library one was one hundred and fifty yars ago I a moment to see who me they stopped la Kastern Tke 3feAitrtr3CeaiHB I what have you who take the other side excellent maps a small but neat appa Â¬ as respects opulence and civilization in imp cried out so as to was Then tie Jt tacky make all people by an to show Can you mention a single great ratus for experiments in natural philoso- Â¬ the highest rank among European com- - j again Rumsellerr aad fcariisr sfealce a 4veifcrs mi Teach wore than by any columns dvertk et ia philosopher a single man distinguished phy A grown person unable to read or munities the other in the lowest rank shut the door Foraraomenttneyme in fixed aad be convinced tker eB Try it by his zeal for liberty humanity and write would be pointed at like Giant The opulent and highly civilized nation their ferocious eyes upon me and then truth who from the beginning of the OBrien or the Polish count Our school- Â¬ leaves the education of the people to free uttered in a united yell Dazs PFBLliiUW ETKST WJCPKESDAY IfOKXIXG world down to the time of this present masters would be as eminently expert in competition In the poorer and half bar- - which filled me withsachhorrorlaweke -- y parliament ever held your doctrines all that relates to teaching as our barous nation the education of the peo-- There dream or no dream I will sever OO SFENC E jumI Editor P E It Y ou can oppose to the unanimous voice our cotton spinners our engineers cutlers Â¬ pie is undertaken by the state The re- - sell another drop of the infernal stu5L al are Otraer I of all the wise and good of all ages and lowed to be in their respective callings suit is that the first are last and the last will no longer be accessory to the miser of both hemispheres nothing but a clam- Â¬ They would as a class be held in high first The common people of Scotland ies that come upon men in conseqaesce KUBSCWPTJOX EATESJ or which was first heard a few months consideration and their gains would be it is vain to disguise the truth have of the traffic of intoxicatincr drintoL T rOa Copr Ofie ago a clamor in which you cannot join such that it would be easy to find men of passed the common people of England will not w 60 s Moatks without condemning not only all whose respectable character and attainments to Free competition tried with every ad- Â¬ To arms to arms without delay Always iH Advance memory you profess to hold in reverence fill up vacancies Unto the rescue haste vantage has produced effects of which gT Nevbecriptiea urill be entered upon Oh brothers whilst its called to day t but even your former selves Now is this the case Look at the as the Congregational Union tells us we Nor time nor talents waste srbkso ualeas ecpamed by the mon This new theory of politics has at least charges of the judges at the resolutions ought to he ashamed and which must will be received for eiyad subfecrmtWH the merit of originality It may be fair Â¬ of the grand juries at the reports of pub-Â¬ lower us in the opinion of every intelli- Â¬ On to the fight the glorious figfct 4le thaa Six Jienuns ly stated thus All men have hitherto lic officers at the reports of voluntary gent foreigner State education tried un- Â¬ Against the poisonous drink On in the great Jehovahs mighty XDVEETISIKG KATES been utterly in the wrong as to the na- Â¬ associations f All tell the same sad and der every disadvantage has produced an Nor from the conflict shriilki 600 ture and objects of civil government ignominious story Take the reports of improvement to which it would be diff-Â¬ ihl Jaek- - Oae Yew 1 The great truth hidden from every pre- Â¬ the inspectors of prisons In the house icult to find a paralell in any age or coun- Â¬ Meeting of the MagoSia Democracy 1400 j i e3 ceding generation and at length reveal- Â¬ of correction at Hertford of seven hun- Â¬ try Such an experiment a thi3 would 4 Hates for largerldvertisemeutB made At a meeting of the democracy of Ma ed in the year 1646 to some highly re- Â¬ dred prisoners one half could not read be regarded as conclusive in surgery or goffin county Ky held at the court- oa application towii spectable ministers and elders of dissentÂ¬ at all only eight could read and write cnemistry ana ougnt tninic to De re- SEESCEIL COOPER i Adarew Salyersvilie oathe Pesiring- to wind up my business I have ing congregations is this Government is well Of eiglit thousand prisoners who garded as equally conclusive in politics hoe in the town of18 Kazcl Green Ky decided to present a splendid watch cut as simply a great hangman Government had passed through Maidstone gaol- onlv of April 18h pursuant to a These sir arethe reasons which haver above and as GOOD A TIMEtKEEPER as ought to do nothing except by harsh and fifty could read and write well In Cold satisfied me that it is the duty of the j manv whieh sell for 5000 to each of mv degrading means COUXTY OFFICERS OF WOLFE The one business of bath Fields prison the proportion that state to educate the people Being firmly said county to select a candidate to rep-Â¬ wno Wl conie G B Swansro CMrHtyJdge government is to handcuff and lock up qould read and write well seems to convinced of that truth I shall not resent the counties of Magoffin Morgan i lcvi jviisu Ceuurv Attoraey and scourge and shoot and stab and nave been still smaller Turn from the shrink from proclaiming it here and else-Â¬ and Breathitt in the next general assem vw - VIVA UVWV trAW David Hogg Countv Clerk bought of ine while in busi strangle It is odious ty ninny in a gov- Â¬ registers of prisoners to the registers of where in defiance of the loudset clamor bly oi Kentucky -- Win F Elkins merchandise Circuit Clerk On motion D D Sublett was chosen ness And in order that all mav be accom ernment to attempt to prevent crime by marriages G T Centers You will find that about a that agitators can raise The remainder SbeiiflL modated I will discount the watch price informing the understanding and elevu hundred and thirty thousand chairman of the meeting and B W J Creech is easy For if Jailer whose Fielden Cox j A milIroP0Etli9 the is guou notes ting the moral feeling of a people A were married in the year 1844 couples of my task which I have beenthe greatÂ¬ Higgins was chosen secretary Cereaer contendfor More c nmu w xiiw uuer unui statesman may see hamlets turned in than forty thousand of the bridegrooms principle S Smith ASQr Ad whereas The democracy ot is admitted the objections which ing C iL Fallen June 1st Call on or address Sarvcvor the course of one generation into great and more than sixty thousand of the have been made to the details of our plan each magisterial district in Magoffin coun- Â¬ W O MIZE County fJapt Public Schools seaport towns and manufacturing towns brides did not sign their names but will vanish fast I will deal with those ty having on the 11th day of April purÂ¬ Kah Hazel Green Ky J 3iater Cewmissioncr eg a He may know that on the character of made their marks Nearly one third of objections in the order in which they suant to a regular call of the democratic m imn JUSTICES OF THE PEACE the vast population which is collected in the men and nearly one half of the wo- Â¬ stand in the amendment moved by the committee of said county met at their Murphy FuT DiSTKlCT S P Stephen Wednes PROFESSIONAL respective voting places and each of said those wonderful towns depends the pros- Â¬ men who are in thc prime of life who honorable member for Finsbury Swango day after 2nd Monday Thursday after 2nd Monday perity the peace the very existence of are to be the parents of the Englishmen First among hia objections he places districts appointed their delegates to repÂ¬ Second District D S Godsey Friday society But he must not think of form- Â¬ of the next generation who are to bear a the cost Surely sir no person who ad- resent their districts in this convention M KASH after Had MoHday A J Lindon Saturday ing that character He is an enemy of chief part in forming the minds of the mits that it is our duty to train the and whereupon W P Taulbee B W After 2nd Moaday public liberty if he attempts to prevent Englishmen of the next generation can- Â¬ minds of the rising generation can think Higgins and Wm Pendleton were ap- Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW Third District J W Horton Wednes those hundreds of thousands of his coun- Â¬ not write their own names a hundred thousand pounds too large a pointed a committee on credentials who day after 1st Monday W T Tompkins Hazel Green Ky trymen from becoming mere Yahoos But sir if the state of the southern part sum for that purpose If we look at the retired and returned and reported that Tuesday after 3rd Monday Wed Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun Such sir is the new theory of govern- Â¬ of our island has furnished me with one matter in the lowest point of view if we each district in Magoffin county is repre-Â¬ Fourth District James Spencer Beidj after 3rd Monday Isaiah Spencer ties Collections will receiv prompt atten- ment which was first propounded in the strong argument the state of the north- Â¬ consider human beings merely as produ-Â¬ sented and that their credentials are reg- Â¬ Tkurday after 3rd Monday year 1846 by some men of high note ern part furnishes me with another argu- Â¬ cers of wealth the difference bet wen an ular and in due form and instructed for tion District H C Elkins Friday Fifth among the nonconformists of England ment which is if possible- still more de-Â¬ intelligent and a stupid population esti- Â¬ Farish Arnettas their choice to represent rafter 2nd Monday Wm Lansaw Saturday HAZELRIGO u thcv SJiy free cisive A hundred and fifty years ago mated in pounds snillings and pence this district in the next legislature of PATTERSON after 2ad Moadavl competition is a good thing in trade it England was one of the best governed exceeds a hundredfold the proposed out- Â¬ Kentucky therefore be it Sixth District S S Bose Saturday af Resolved That the democracy of Ma Â¬ must surely be a good thing in education and most prosperous countries in the lay Nor is this all For every pound ter 1st Meady A M Swango Tuesday after goffin county present Farish Arnett of The supply of other commodities of su-Â¬ world Scotland was perhaps the rudest that you save in education you will 3rd Friday ATTORNEYS AT LAW EiGnTH DSTMCT J H Terrill Tuesday gar for example if left to adjust itself and poorest country that could lay any spend five in prosecutions in prisons in Salyersville Ky to the democracy of the after 4tk Mosday to the demand and the consequence is claim to civilization The name of penal settlements I cannot believe that counties of Morgan and Breathitt as their CosiTTABLES 1st District Zachariah Hal- MT STERLING KY that we are better supplied with sugar Scotchman was then uttered in this part the house having never grudged anyÂ¬ choice to represent this legislative district District i aer 2nd Dktrict James LacA 3rdLegg 5th than if the government undertook to of the island with contempt The ablest thing that was asked for the purpose of in the next general assembly of Ken- Â¬ J Hirain Bailey 4th District supply us Why then should we doubt Scotch statesmen contemplated the de-Â¬ maintaining order and protecting properÂ¬ tucky and ask their co operation in the A3IUEL McKEE District James Banks 0th District George that the supply of instruction will with- Â¬ graded state of their poorer countrymen ty by means of pain and fear will begin nomination of the said Farish Arnett Sslly 7tk District IL Clay Ilose 8th Dis Bradley out the intervention of the government with a feeling approaching to despair to be niggardly as soon as it is proposed who is a man true to democratic priaci trict Agttstu ATTORNEY AT LAW other respects worthy of the be found equal to the demand COUNXXOFFICEBS OF MENIFEE It is well known that Fletcher of Sal to effect the same objects by making the ples and inof the people of this No 441 W Jeflerson Street legislative confidence Never was there a more false analog toun a brave and accomplished man a people wiser and better Tie Edistrict LOUISVILLE KY Whether a man is well supplied with su- Â¬ man who had drawn his sword for liberty y- ZB Meafeeafe v - c II Zi t tJVj Resolved That B W Higgin3 A P r Tr Jf ractices in all the State Courts and gar is a matter which concerns himself who had suffered proscription and exile This sir is my defense From the VfvllUlf U UUtC JI3yrne J Countv Clerk- But whether he is well supplied for liberty was so much disgusted and clamor of our accusers I appeal with con-Â¬ Cooper Wm Pendleton Chas Patrick given to business of all alone A I Hackney OlIl in attention Circuit Clerku the United States Courts with instruction is a matter which con- Â¬ dismayed by the misery the ignor-Â¬ fidence to the country to which we must Augustus Arnett and Lark Howard be A J Ringo kinds V JBberi cerns his neighbors and the state If he ance the idleness the lawlessness of the in no long time render an account of our appointed delegates to the general J i r nsuy Jailer to nominate a candidate to repÂ¬ cannot afford to pay for sugar he jmust common people that he proposed to stewardship I appeal with still more J v lewis A PORTER LACEY Coroner resent this legislative district whenever N A Willis go without sugar But it is by no means make many thousands of them slaves confidence to future generations which Assessor G W Wheeler Survevor fit that because he cannot afford to pay Nothing he thought but the discipline while enjoving all the blessings of an im and wherever it may be called to repre Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW Couaty Supt Public SchoolsW C Taylor for education he should go without edu- which kept order and enforced exertion partial and efficient system of public in sent the democracy of Magoffin county W S Pierce NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF cation Master Commissioner Between the rich and their in- Â¬ among the negroes of a sugar colony struction will nncL it difficult to believe in said convention and said delegates are JUSTICES OF THE TEACK DEPOSITIONS structors there may as Adam Smith nothing but the lash and the stocks could that the authors of that system should hereby instructed to cast the vote of Ma- Â¬ March June September and December U says be free trade The supply of music reclaim tlio vagabonds who infested every have had to struggle with a vehement goffin county for Farish Arnett as a can-Â¬ First District Turner Spencer third HAZEL GREEN KY masters and Italian masters may be leftto part of Scotland from their indolent and and pertinacious opposition and still didate to represent this legislative dis- Â¬ Monday C C Montgomery first Wednes adjust itself to the demand day predatory habits compel them to more difficult to believe that such an opÂ¬ trict in the next legislature of Kentucky J C LYKINS is to become of the millions But what support themselves and steady labor He position was offered in the name of civil and to use all honorable means to secure Argq third J 14 QIUU IN jjBCOJfD District J T who are by his nomination nlurjdav T F Frisby first Friday QUILLIN LYKINS too poor to procure without assistance therefore soon after the revolution pub-Â¬ and religious freedom Thirp District J M Adams second Resolved That The HAzel Greek THE EXD Attemeys at Zmvt and Ilenl Kktate Agents the services of a decent schoolmaster lished a pamphlet in which he earnestly Saturday Nelson Holland 4th Thursday Herald and Licking Valley Scorcher be We have indeed heard it said that even and as I believe from the mere impulse Fourth District Alfred Combs first Caxkton Ky requested to publish the proceedings of Delirium Tremens these millions will be supplied with teach of humanity and patriotismrecommended Saturdavf Samuel Stacv third Saturday Titles examined taxes paid for thi meeting Fiftk District G R Hale second There is no feature of human history Collections a Kpecialtv RealEstata ers by the free competition of benevolent to the Estates ot the Realm this sharp On motion the meeting adjourned Fridav Win Huchcs 4tl Friday r 7 Will prac- - individuals who will vie with each other remedy which alone as he conceived or of human experience in this world tX l - bought and sold on commission ritt D D SUBLETT Chairman in rendering this service to mankind No could remove the evil Within a few more appalling than the horrors which cc in Wolfe ad iuius counties Higglks Secretary B W doubt there are many benevolent indi- Â¬ months after the publication of that are depicted bv a terrified imagination Johnson Whitaker 4th District J T Jiea- viduals who spend their time and money pamphlet a very different remedy was ap when the nervous system and the mind ger 5th District H B Lmle J M KASH 3IInifee Democratic CaRTeatJea most laudably in setting up and support-Â¬ plied The parliament which sate at are wrought up to a high pitch of excite Richard Sjencer Commissioner of the XJ ing schools and you may say if you Edinburgh passed an act for the estabÂ¬ ment by the poisoning influences of ar-Â¬ At a mass convention held imthe court Â¬ TEoor PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Â¬ please that there is among these respect- lishment of parochial schools What fol dent spirits These terrible descriptions house at Frenchburg Ky on Saturday Tenders his professional services to the eiti- - able persons a competition to do good lowed the I of scenes are vividly present and real to April ISth pursuant to the call and no-Â¬ An improvement such church izens of olfe and adjoining counties But do not be imposed upon by words world had never seen took place in the the mind under the power of delirium tice the county chairman J M Olllver Haxel Gbekx 1st Sunday M E South vmice ai resiucnce on oroauway Do not believe that this competition reÂ¬ moral and intellectual character of the tremens The person who has delirium stated the object to be to select delegates Bar W L Stamper 2nd Sunday Presbyte Mickel 3rd Sunday Chris sembles the competition which is pro- Â¬ people Soon in spite of the rigor of tremens imagines a thousand imps ad- - to attend tne general convention to De rian Rv E P ILAZEL GREEN KY tian Rev D II Fallen Praver meetings duced by the desire of wealth and by the the climate in spite of the sterility of ders serpents etc all biting and stinging J1 jaT 22nd for the purpose of seleet-vary Wedaesday evening at the Christian fear of ruin There is a great difference the earth Scotland became a country at a time Language fails to give a faith mg a democratic candidate to represent church Thursday evening at Presbyterian B TATTLBEE M D be assured between the rivalry of phi- Â¬ which had no reason to envy the fairest ful picture of this mental madness It this district in the next general assembly church lanthropists and the rivalry of grocers portions of the globe Wherever the is insanity mspireu dv rum it is tne of Kentucky HAZEL GREEN KY CAMrrON 1st Sundav Christian Rev J On motion J M OUiver was elected The grocer knows that if his wares are Scotchman went and there were few j protest of nature against the violation of rTt31eratt2Rd Sunday M E South Rev G Physician Ac- Â¬ worse than those of other grocers he parts of the world to which he did not her physical intellectual and moral laws chairman and J J Bvrne secretary Surgeon and G Ragan On motion the chair appointed M A shall soon go before the bankrupt court go he carried his superiority with him It is the trembling of the mind on the coucheur MAYTOWjr 2nd Sunday M E South and his wife and children will have no If he was admitted into a public office precipice of the deep gulf of darkness Phillips J H Williams L M Yanars Rev W L Stamper 4th Sunday Christian Tenders his professional services to the peorefuge but the workhouse he knows that he worked his way up to the highest post and despair Look at the unhappy vic- Â¬ dall and I N Collier a committee to ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties Rer D G Combs Office frt residence on Hascl Green Heights if his shop obtains an honorable celebri- Â¬ If he got employment in a brewery or tim His body totters under a weight draft resolutions which reported as fol Â¬ Ezel 1st Sunday Baptist Rev W L ty he shall be able to set up a carriage factory he was soon the foreman If he of woe his mind is dispoised every vein lows Givedon 2nd Sunday Christian Rev D G Resolved That we approve of the call and buy a villa and this knowledge im- Â¬ took a shop his trads was the best in the is a viper every artery an adder every a Combs Frekchburg pels him to exertions compared with street If he enlisted in the army he hair a scorpion stinging him to madness of the general convention to be held at HOTELS Sundav Christian 1st mbs 2nd M E South Rev Rev D G which the exertions of even very chari- Â¬ became a color sergeant If he went to The following will serve as a warning to Frenchburg on the 22d day of May to G B Dougherty 4th Sundav Presbvterian nominate a candidate to represent us in table people to serve the poor are but a colony he was the most thriving planter all such RevE PMickeL languid It would be strange infatua- - there The Scotchman of the seventeenth Well wife this is too horrible I can-Â¬ the next general assembly of Kentucky Jacesox 1st Sunday Presbyterian Rev of the district composed of the counties r tion indeed to legislate on the supposi- - century had been spoken of in London not continue this business any longer HAZEL GREEN KY W B Cooper 3rd Sunday ME South of Montgomery Powell Wolfe and Men tion that a man cares as much for his as we speak of the Esquimaux The My dear what is the matter now Be v-- J J Dickey fellow creatures as he cares for himself Scotchman of the eighteenth century Oh such a dream such an army of ifee JOHN H PIERATT Proprietoe Resolved That J J Byrne Alfred was an object not of scorn but of envy starving mortals so many murders such David Hume sir justly says that most The cry was that wherever he came he cries and shrieks and yells such horrid Combs D S Trimble T P Byrne- awl BrThe table is supplied with the best in of the arts and trades which exist in the cot more than his share that mixed gnashing of teeth and glaring of eves and Stephen Catron be appointed delegales the market and first class accommodation world produce so FOB much advantage and with the Englishmen or mixed with the such a blazing fire and such devils Oh to cast the vote of Menifee county m will be furnished for man and beast m j pleasure to individuals that the magis Irishmen he rose to the top as surely as t cannot endure it My hair stands on said convention for the Hon DJS God trate may safely leave it to individuals oil rises to the top of water And what end and I am so filled with horror I can sey the choice of Wolfe county recog Â¬ The scarcely speak OhLif I ever sell rum nizing it to be Wolfe countys- to encourage those arts and trades But had produced this revolution to furnish the representative he adds that there are callings which Scotch air was still as cold the Scotch again l e NEAR POSTOFFICE Resolved That The Hazel Greex though they are highly useful nay ab- Â¬ rocks were still as bare as ever All the My dear you are frightened Scotchman were Yes indeed I am Another such a Herald Licking Yalfey Scorcher and KENTUCKY solutely necessary to society yet do not natural qualities of the The News jjsd Weekly Commke LEXINGTON Sentinel Democrat are requested topub administer to the peculiar pleasure or still what they had been when learned night will I not pass for worlds of Louisville lis without doubt the cial Rmily FIRST CLASS RATES REASONABLE profit of any individual lish the proceedings of this convention My dear perhaps The military and benevolent men advised that he est f paper in the South Owings M A Phillips Cha0 calling is an instance Here says Hume should be flogged like a beast of burden Oh dont talk to me I am determined villeOutlook H E BOSWELL SONS the government must interfere It must to his daily task But the state had to have nothing more to do with rum I N Collier Secretary Proprietors The resolutions were adopted and the take on itself to regulate these callings given him an education That education anyhow Dont you think Tom Wilson Weekly Commer Â¬ all respects what it j came to me with his throat cut from car convention then adjourned and to stimulate the industry of the per- was not it is true in The NEjA3n HOUSE ciAiiis a most excellent newspaper It sons who follow these callings by pecuni Â¬ should have been But such as it was it to ear and such a horrid gash and it J M OLLIVER Chairman is Republican in politics but is fair and ary and honorary rewards J J Byrne Secretary had done more for the bleak and dreary was so hard for him to speak and so CAMPTON KY honorable in its utterances It gives Now sir it seems to me that on the shores of the Forth and the Clyde than much blood and he said Sec here Joe Ceart I7- - at Mtl Merlisg much attention to the farming interests same principle on which government the richest soils and the most genial of the result of your rum selling My blood Asbury Proprietor Alex J of the State and material interests of Sectiael Deaiocrat ought to superintend and to reward the climates had done for Capua and Taren chilled at the sight And iust tnen the Princeton Banner e growing South The cattle market was lively About is supplied with the choicest soldier government ought to superintend tum Is there one member of this house house seemed turned bottom side up the The table doc- Â¬ and the charges are The price is only One Dollar a year viands in the market inducements to com- Â¬ and to reward the schoolmaster I mean Â¬ however strongly he may hold the to earth opened and a tittle imp took me by 600 cattle were sold at fair paces the of course the schoolmaster of the com- trine that the government ought not reasonable Special the hand saving Follow me As I best at 5lc AR Bowline of Lexiac- Seacimen copies mailed free mercial tourists mon people That his calling is useful interfere with the educ ition of the peo- - went grim devils held out to me cups of ton sold 20- head o yeat oJd gmfi JOHN R HUNLAT that his calling is necessary will hardly who will stand up and say that in Louisville Ky be denied Yet it is clear that his servi- Â¬ Ile opinion the Scotch would now have not refuse Every draught set me in a Green They weighed about 328 Ibs C TKE Hazel Green Herald and ces will not be adequately remunerated been a happier more enlightened people if rage Serpents hissed on each side and and sold at 65 pereacL Bo4an sold Tke Weekly NeKs And Commercial will if he is left to be remunerated by those they had been left during the last five from above reached down their heads and i a bunch of cattle address aks 006 he6ttoooefor 175 from this office LODGING HOUSE whom he teaches or by the voluntary generations to find instruction for them- Â¬ whispered Rumseller On and on the lbsat ole J W Wilson of bytown for one year contributions of the charitable Is this selves i imp led me through a narrow pas3 All sold 10 head of N E corner 5th and Jefferson 35 disputed Look at the facts You tell I say then sir that if the science of at once ne paused and said Are you J A Lacy sold 52 head at good at OB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS figure LOUISVILLE KY us that schools will multiply and flour- Â¬ government be an experimental sci Mice dry Yes I replied Then he-- struck Boon Lacy John Rose and various otfier Such as envelopes letter heads tags ish exceedingly if the government will this question is decided We arc in a con Â¬ a trap door with his foot and down we dealers were here Bin heads cards c neatly Entrance on 5thup stairs b only abstain from interfering Avith them dition to perform the inductive process went and legions of fiery serpents rushed Night Clerk M Whitema nd promptly xecuted at this office A few plug horses sold at Iqw figures 4 The Herald WATCH FREE iifU WPfBfDyfV fig PUBLIC SCHOOLS Â¬ I I I T t SV vm -- v A -- J hiI Jtjc Yu5 -1-- 00 - -- - - rj llners JV AftUfc VTCU3AVTA - j a Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r - 1 -- Â¬ S -- folliKS3yofficersMf-- mmK - L 1 14 con--venti- on Â¬ Â¬ non-residen- ts nihSSilmiSiZ T I -- 1 directory Â¬ Â¬ J -- Â¬ PIEEATT HOUSE -- 6r0Gd Reading - I Mttle Money ASHLAND HOUSE tie ASBURY 1 - m F FRITZ weigtwo-year-ol- ds - r9te 4 i Slspgfcr- liT lv t HE HERALB se JV m Por woifaisiEWS COMPILEDIND - ICAREKUGUY i CON- 1 i f m 4 Ef3 1I J Sia te Spl tutors H Judge Mitch Alford is likely to be the next senator from Fayette Editor SBENCEE COPPER The Kentucky river at Frankfort Wd 9 tt feet 9 inches of water last Thursday ff GREEN KY HAZEL The University of Virginia ja attended by APRIL 29 18S5 thirty seven students from Kentucky VEDNESDAY mlSS Wepler thesaloonist is on trial for the Entered at the Hazel Green postoffiee murder of Harry Clay at Louisville over a as second class mail matter year ago The city dftOwensboro will erecfe a frame school house for colored children at a costr EHE i in ofl700 jyle everj ireek rwkI its circulation i crwiEg ttitk exck issue it is therefore Harrison the boy preacher is holding THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM i Eastern Kentackx and the rates nxo a series of meetings at the Walnut street ealy abemt half those charged by others Methodist church in Louisville trkicli 3lh lecal txiAily newipapess do not Judge B F Buckner wants to be- U S district attorney and President Cleveland cannot do better than to give him the placeJlXSOUNCpStENTS M BFrazers residence about three miles We are Authorized to announce D S south xf Nieholasvilie and most all his fur GODSEY as a candidate for representa niture was destroyed by fire at 11 oclock tive from the district composed of the last Wednesday counties of Montgomery Menifee Pow- Â¬ ell and WolfeVfcubject to action of the Mr Wallace Gruelle a well known Kentucky journalist and editor of the Breckindemocratic party Mar- Â¬ We are authorizedto announce Dr F ridge News will be chief clerk in U S milg iav rj Th siifst war to transmit money by -- aisbvTejpstered1erter post office uion cp order KHrartft oh Cincinnati Money sent willie t our rislc lJL-S- CISELYOTNDENSED Fa Tlxe Heralds Thousand Readers 1 T HEBALDitfSiSSS Louisville during the past week It consist- Â¬ ed ofjthirthreWsteamers vcntyfrve 6al boats and 850fbariresA caminfflOQCKOOO w Ear v rfc shels of coal i r J goodldei oSexcitemeiiKwasfcausedlat Parkersburg W Ya Tafew nights ago By the appearance of MrsrScoville sister ofthe assassin Guittau Shewa wild in her ejaculations and gestures and lfad all the appearance of a crazy person She statedlhafc the world was coming to an end at once and othernrild assertions were made byherLa the most frantic manner a1 Elder Morgan president of thp Mormon phurch in the south in an interview expresses entire satisfaction oyerflie progress they are making They now have sixty five elders constantly at work in the South Atlantic states andhe says more converts are being secured that any previous year It is ex pected that fully 700 convdrts will leave the sottth for Utah and Colorado this year t ORDkBRITTAlNS 5HPI DEFENSE ri Mb But When1 9 - lake ley Were Bitghey AJie juoan to un iSepuid WJth Usury W W TThiRed nuu CA3iPTOpri26tRUS85 Spencer Cooper Esq - Sir In vour highly colored account r Air r2 TeaiSi eOffciinno-and aagwenrc SiMFSecesiwd Aar rS VVUIlEXrJU tiMAii XQXSSo uitaiaiWA iaa mt ryi - if rn r- ir i r -- TT Â¬ Â¬ of Life The Water Humanity for THAT THTJETV3NG TASIEF Afflicted of mj- actiqnq you hayefmade a fewmisM The Courier Jo wnwtf 3 4k aekiwkdel LREPRESEXTATrYE NETftSAFEJl of Hut IRON IS- - KING First You say that I came to Hazel SOUTH is DEXOCXATICm 9limmKmd Grecn about the 1st of January last looking- lies Oligarclusm and tfceHSjiriF Â¬ ISoWthe fact is I was not in Hazel Green till Mapel had the boy arrested and that was the 3d or 4th of February and that was the first time I was in Pfazel jxreen You say that I was bounced from there I left of my own free will which fact all the residents of Hazel Green know Vn f lion rrn nn frt coir 1iof tho llflrf tQ preteildillg to tme notes of the Caskev trial I was not take pretending but was doing so and have at this tme the notes of the trial in ior empldyinent firscIast and all tiffe -J- -- jOfamilVfroin thebeauxifuLtown of Hazel hs waterr contiuuf aflargerper Green These springs are located three quarters 6ttteteMxmsMm The -- - 1 Ioreijn Fabrics -- Twenty four persons have been killed by an avalanche at Seydisford Iceland The French Embassador at Berlin has beenj instructed to protest against General Vpn Moltkes recent military inspection of the forces on the French frontier The father and mother of the late Edwards Pierremont of the American Legation at Rome arrived at Southampton on Wednes It was 8 cents day lastand proceeded to London on then large sum of 15 cents qne nickle and one 3 cent piece which way to Italy shall be returned with interest 3L TltOMS an independent republican shal Gross office The Russian harbor of Vladivostock on As regards myself I am quite willing candidate to represent the legislative dis- - C N Jordan has been appointed treasurer the Sea of Japan has been closed and torpe- to take my chances but when men think tritjtxoinposed of Montgomery Menifee bf the United States in place of Wyman re- does have been sunk to defend it This ac- that they had a green flat and that they Powell and Wolfe counties signed The change takes place May 1 Mr tion is supposed to be due to England taking could get a big pull out of him and milk Jordan is a New Yorker possession of Hamilton island in the Corean him that was all right but wdien the -- UNION things was changed and they were bit RAILROAD THE KENTUCKY Hon C M Clay of Bourbon county has grpup- child The Kentucky Union railroad which heQix nominated by the democrats of the The Prince of Wales who is at Dublin they had to whinetolike a Brittain I have Mrs Now in regard The Courier Journal is to run through our countv will doubt- - district composed of the counties of Bour- Ireland was ill last Wednesday from the ef- this only to say and it is this that the distinctly represents the non oiSce holding less materialize before many months and bon Clark and Montgomery as a candidate fects of a severe cold and a sore throat He man or men who told you she wai anoth- Â¬ and non office seeking classes It is a critic Wholesale and Retail for state senator wife is a Liar and he or they not an organ friendly to those who aerve managed however to attend the citizpns er mans fthetoot of the iron horse gladden the prove it She is my wife as much the country well hostile to those who fail hearts of our citizens From present in Â¬ James Lenaghan jr was arrested atFlem ball given that evening at whichviipward of cannot Cooper is yours You state in fo serve it or serve it ill equally without as Mrs dications we think it is safe to assert ingsburg on the charge of stealing register- 6000 people were present The Prince was your esteemed paper that she is in jail entangling alliances or selfish expectations ed letters from the post sfHoe at that place cordially received i HAZEL GREEN KY other than the confidence and support of She is not in jail and ha3 not been in that within two yearswe will Jie reapipg while acting as deputy post master last No- Â¬ the people to whom alone ltoWes allegi Â¬ It isv now said that Russia will accept fact She was arrested on a trumped up the fruits of cheap transportation A vember He confessed guilt ance It will have no compromises tc make peace only on condition that England shall charge so that the Brave City Marshal PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS with time servers but will keep right or in icommittce composed of members of the Thcsecretary of the treasury has promoted acknowledge the complete neutrality of Af of Mt Sterling could make a few dollars Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup the path of duty which it has marked out TLexington chamber of commerce city for itself regardless of consequences It Z M Lawrence a fourth class clerk in ghanistan Patent Medicines JailgjAxes Oils Alulitary men m liussia are at the expense of Wolfe county But lo will fight monopoly whether it rears its hor-Â¬ Wooden- - and Tinware In fad council and board of magistrates of Fay the first comptrollers office to be chief of a bringing great pressure to bear in favor of when brought to the test nothing what- Â¬ of outside the Democratic ettecounty met with Col Young at the division in that office vice J II Garrison war and many think the Czar is only wait ever was proven except that it was Will EVERY THBNG YOU NEED rid head inside party It will fight intolerance and liberal Â¬ every to day SJGive us a call and be convinced that ism wherever they appear and has no quar Â¬ Phoenix hotel in that city last Thursday promoted to be deputy first comptroller ing for the Volga to be clear of ice for the you not ouy something time she went into the store They were vou can buy more qoods from us to ter to give to or ask from malefaction and night From the one of the following On last Wednesday in Clay county in a transportation of troops to commence hos so keen to sell her anything and every- Â¬ than at any other house In the moun- Â¬ malefactors Democratic or Republican from the Lexington Daily Press of the difficulty with his son an old man named tile operations thing and then wanted to make out a tains We also desire to buy a number of With this explanation of its scope plan and is reported that Russian merchants are caseagainst her but I am happy to say Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay purpose we submit the following Clark was dangerously shot in the breast It 24th inst we take it that everything is Joe TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS It is thought he will die Clark is said to be consigning wheat to the care of the Russian that she was acquitted without stain the highest market price 10 00 lovely With Lexingtons loss of the X Daily Courier Journal one year Consul at London and are evidently anxious Now she desires me to say thai she a very bad man and his son acted in 5 00 Daily Courier Journal 6 months Gi she cannotafrord to lose this road Â¬ 2 75 to disppse of their holdings before the out- would take her chances of Witch or DevDaily Courier Journal S months Messers Pearson Morton Walton and il in preference to a Printer 1 00 Dailv Courier Journal 1 montli DEALER IN Maysville Eagle It is staled that a color break of war may close English markets 2 00 1 year Now I have only this to say and that Thos Brents of the chamber of coinmerqe T 00 edfamily of the name of Silence hold five against them The increase of 300000 bush is I ask no favors or money from no Sunday Courier Journal 6 months Messers May andMcCormick of the city WEEKLY COUKIEK JOUKSAL positions in the government departments at els of wheat on passage to the United King- man What I have done I can stand up 1 50 council and Judge J R Jewell of the Washington the salaries of which amount dom during the past week is probably due to But before my case is settled I shall One Year with a Premium year without premi- - Five Copies one county court a portion of the committee to 3800 In this instance Silence seems to to this movement be able to prove to the people that what 1 U0 ura each MOUNT STEELING KY r appointed to confer with the management be golden T5 The property of a menagerie company at I have said about myself is true and Six months without premium 50 Three months without premium railroad met on the 23rd then see if the tune is not changed of the HentucLy Union Gov Knott has received the Lexington Roubaix France was burned invariably advance I do hope that the good people will re-Â¬ COACHERSi AND ROADSTERS A SPE-Â¬ js2f Payment on papers isinprepaid by the CIALTY Maj J M Thomas petition asking for a pardon for John 11 Vi and large numbers of animals perished in the spond to your Col Bennett Young jjrPostage abject call for help publishers and R P Stoll of the Kentucky Union ler of Louisville who is now with the colo- flames The- mob which had gathered to lours c Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati The list of premiums offered in connection witness the fire became angry at the failure says ny in Canada treat W H Brittain or Louisville can leave their horse with with the Weekly Courier Journal includes a si the Phoenix hotel last night Tlie meet- - a fugitive wholie in he cannot exile with of the police to make any oflbrt to save the me and rest assured that they will receive great variety of useful and attractive arti Â¬ is and voluntary jing was somewhat unexpected and it A JUST VERDICT beasts and a riot ensued The police were everv attention be watered fed groomed cles A circular containing list of premiums to grant the pardon was not known that Col Young would therefore refuses mob compelled them Junius Dennis Found Guilty of Murder and bedded Soliciting your custom I re- Â¬ eomnlete and a snmole cobv of the Weekly overpowered and the Richmond Register On last Friday in Yours truly main JOHN KEEF LConrier Jonaal wjll be set ftoe of charge Tie in Lexington until about 12 oclbck to eat the roasted flesh of the burned ani ami the Sentence Placed at Death County Judge Chemnilts court Em West yesterday A telegram was received mals CitAVForDSViiLE Ind April 22 Albert Black and Ottaway Stewart were A good local agent is desired in every com- hour from Col Young tried on charges of vagrancy The first two hereabout that A dispatch from Odessa says that the huge One of the biggest murder cases this munity to whom a liberal cash commission will be allowed A canvassing outfit is sent Stating be would be- - in Lexington last were sentenced to be sold into servitude for store houses there have been nearly emptied county has ever had closed yesterday local agents free of charge No Traveling evening and the jury after being out all night and would meet the committee twelve months The sales will occur on by the recenthurricd shipments of grain Ajrents are emploved by the Courler-Jour- night returned a verdict at 10 oclock Only six English vcsselsremain in the nal and no subscription should ever be giv Owing to the late hour the telegram was county court da- guil- Â¬ en to any one unless personally Jen own to of the large number recently re- this morning finding James Dennis r received the county members of the com- Â¬ Col Alexander a large cattle dealer of ty of murder in the first degree and the subscriber Address Black sea have as by OF mittee could not be notified and in def-Â¬ Christian county committed suicide on the portedtheir Lloydout in thevalue of all kinds made his punishment death On Janua- Â¬ W N HALDEMAN The way made President Courier Journal Co last Jonn CoiFee and James Dennis ry erence to the county members of the 21st inst He was foundin his garden lying of property is falling business contracts are two farm hands went to the house of Louisville Ky on his back with a double barreled shot gun committee although a majority of them in every direction and a general John McMullen one of their neighbors cancelled were present refused to take any action between his knees His brains were blown paralysis of trade is threatened JJRJLTYZ3LTN to rob him of what money he had Cof- Â¬ out Financial embarrassments appear to fee says in his confession that Dennis whatever It was agreed that the com- Â¬ Oi W FORFEITED have produced insanity killed McMullen with a club while he mittee adjourn to meet Thursday April A telegram announces the sudden death stood guard outside Then Dennis made Between JRace and Vine 30th at one oclock Col Young stated Lands Which Revert to the County Mrs McDlullcu give up what money she i near Kansas City Mo of Col F M Law that the xoad was completed to within formerly of Winchester The deceased was The following shows a list of the land had thatlDennis then pulled Mrs McMul- Â¬ 183 Tine Street CineiwaHf9hf CINCINNATI OHIO forfeited by the sheriff to the county of len into the yard for Coffee to kill but four miles of Clay City and would be a brother-in-laALLISON SMITH of Gen J S Williams and Wolfe for taxes due the county for the The type on which this paper fs prlatetf fefMa Coffee says ne refused not having nerve R TUGGLE completed to that point about the middle frequently represented Pendleton county in year 1883 the above foundry Enrroa Hkxjllb enough They then carried the body of WITH NO ACRES AMT of next week Col Young will submit the legislature and was once nominated for NAMB 132 Mrs McMullen baek into the house THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUiN in substance the following proposition to senator lie leaves a valuable estate 25 JO Dennis having killed her and that he John Hollin J ne road is to run Richmond Register Ben Deering the un Thomas Turner the iuUcommjttee 150 102 Coffee set lire to the bed which burned THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER 500 1G2 the house and bodies no one discovering T HoodMary through Fayette dark Powell Wolfe squelchable editor prbitqr preacher Manufacturers of a 1500 215 the fire until next morning TRUSTWORTHY IN ALL THINGS AN teacher temperance lecturer Thomas Turner and Breathitt counties The cost of -school 300 140 Rhoda Cockerel Coffee confessed the crime when ar- Â¬ 117 rested and is now in jail awaiting his ex- Â¬ transporting coal to any point in Fayette politician and dignified hoodlum the foundEPITOME OF THE WORLDS NEWS 25 er of more papers than any man living dead Archibald Hollan 90 county from any point on the line west 119 117 ecution Dennis pleaded not guilty and r yet to be born has started another new Ambrose Bushs heirs THECHblCESTGEMS OF LITERS 654 and 656 W Wain Street of Jackson in Breathitt county shall paper 2500 4S0 his trial has occupied the entire atten- Â¬ This time it is a temperance paper NC Morses heirs 39 88 tion of the court for the past week and LOUTSYILLE- KY J W F T Martin ATURE THE LATEST AND not exceed 5 cents per bushel The cost in St Louis 17 t 83 has caused a great deal of excitement Same of transporting lumber to any point in 1C3 110 About four fifths of the people believed FULLEST RELIABLE 3GaR son of James Same Jimmic an 309 Fayette county from any point on the McCormick sr was run over and horribly Rebecca Asburry 21 Dennis guilty His attorney at once S5 See our Styles and 20S 112 filed papers for a new trial F B Cmtiabery KET REPORTS re buying line between Jackson and Lexington mangled by a freight train on the Cincin- J W F T Martin 20 So atalogues and Price List sent on applica iHBhaU be for hard lumber 3 per thousand nati Southern railroad at Junction City on Same 22 90 One dollar a copy for 12 months TEu tion Hafts Down the River 14 85 23d inst Five or six cars passed over Same the andtfor soft 2 Beattyville Enterprise 85 tiixit rope 1 52 a year Terms invariably cash in op- Â¬ his left leg cutting it off below the knee and Josiah Anderson The road shall not be controlled or 150 We are indebted to uncle Joe Durban 117 1 25 former jailer for a list or count of the 35 advance Postage free to all subscriberain erated by any other line without the con crushing the remainder ofthe thigh almost Elizabeth Turner 100 392 numben of rafts that passed here this Wm Hollan jr severing a hand f sent of the Fayette county court There J 52 180 tide up to Tuesday morning He took Charlotta Chapman the United States and Canada 1 Atl oclocklast Thursday afternoon Capt J W Martin 200 2S0 shall be no discrimination in freight ftJET GREEN KYr A J Gross was installed as United States i X jUllvlt 130 great pains to make his count exact and 1885 1JJ PREMIUM COPIES lSS5 machine shops of the road shall be The 200 jZSHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies a i 114 reports on Sunday 400 rafts and on for the district of Kentucky ne Thomas Turner to Lexington provided the city Marshal 700 located at Mrs A T Flournov Son 150 Monday 365 making 765 in all They wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made GETTERS UP OF CLUBS5 took the oath of office before Jtidge John W averaged he thinks about 60 logs to the ancWcpaired in inchest manner The following is the list for 18S4 ros shall first donate ten acres of laud suita Â¬ Barr and gave a bond of 30000 to faith 30 THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY 3U 83 raft which would give some 4b000 logs J W F T Martin ble for a location To the building of the fully discharge his duties For bondsmen Same- 8325 It required about 2600 men to properly 200 road Fayette county must subscribe for 3Iessrs W N Haldcman Wm G Smart and Same 105 manage and care for these rafte It is st COPIES 00 IIAZEL GREEN KY S2 87 Same ith an extra copy ofTthe Weekly 4000 shares of capital stock at 100 per W H Thomas were offered and accepted conversant with the thought by those SG 17 Same Son one renr share to be paid for in county bonds S S3 business that there is but little if any Oi Sentinel Democrat Capt W D Gay of O UKTEScCOPfES r LlfrjOO S2 more timber to go out this spring unless Two hundred of these bonds to be of the Powell county was in the citv this week Wihan eraTcopthXweeiy1 1S0 there comes sufficient water to make SSMakesand repairs all kinds of Farming ouu one year anu one copy of tne L F Alexander Spencer denomination of 1000 and four hun- Â¬ accompanied by his brother-in-la100 90 what they call ft creek tides to wash the Tools Buegies and Wagons Daily Sun three Horse Shoeing will receive especial attenÂ¬ FIFTEEN CQPIESmonths 200 104 logs out of the small streams where they i dred of tibe denomination of 500 These Buchanan of Virginia who is visiting- his Thomas Turner 15 CO tion 150 95 now are Weed tells a good many fishy Same rWrthan extw copyofftheWeekTy In addition to the 765 rafts bonds are to be made payable in New sister 2500 246 jSna fefieyeaiyana oaeicopy ef- Same this spring The best one is s-- combs YSTCGHy 200 York in twenty years with the option yarnsthat Mr Buchanan caught to the his JD Spencer 110 that passed this place there were about s Daily Sun sLt months with fect 95 300 below here to go making in logs TWENTY COPIES of paying them after they have run five hands a pike wliich was three feet long and 20 00 14S some sixty odd thousand to supply four iv Avith an extra copy of the Weekly oimc years The rate of interest on the bonds weighed fifteen pounds The pike was try Same 100 a very small supply DEALERS IN 100 teen mills Sun one year andone copy of the 40 Mullins 305 Dailv Sun ninermonths is to be 6 per cent and to be delivered ing to swallow a string of suckers when B Jeptha 40 Kentucky Oflice Seekers 303 Jack Pence THIRtY COPIES to the company as soon as the subscrip found it 75 99 James Caudill With an extra copy of the Weeldy 3oi00 AND LIYE STOCK OF ALL KINDS The Louisville Times prints a list of 62 105 Wm Cash tioirls made The bonds are not to bear Sun and one copy of theDnV3n General Gossip 100 Henry Napier 300 Kentucky office seekers from which we Cor Main and Marion Streets one vear interest until the road is built to Hedges West Virginia democrats are in Washing- - Henrv Banks 3S 250 take the applicants for collector in two CAMPTON KY Station and a train of cars haye passed ton urging the president to commission Mc o x tjUiiett r ouu 114 districts Single CopieshyMkl3Certs- - TolSrope 25 914 Sarah Taulbee Blackburn Eu- Â¬ SAE YOUR MONEY AT1 BUY Seventh district Jas oyer the road The company is to exe-Â¬ Graw as Collector of Internal Revenue to 1500 1 52 a vear Chenault 246 gene Barney Tip Moore B A Fluinn n S P McCormick who was appoint- Â¬ Joel YOUR GOODS CHEAP cute a bond of 1000000 guaranteeing succeed 200 1S9 Austin Gardner Soule Smith B H Colegrove Thos 20 300 J Shelby H S Roberts The safest method of transmitting money the completion of the road in sixteen ed by Arthur about nuie months ago H O Clay F A Burton J 88 H ntOM Jas Lansan for Jno Lansahs Heirs 50 Manuel M De Peralta the newly Senor months from the delivery of the bonds 110a Thomas Sewell 136 F Robinson M C Alford H P Mont- Â¬ by mailj is by check draKSr Â¬ appointed minister to the United States from James Edwards The county shall reserve the right to exJ 40 104 gomery Geo T Halbert A J Hill and mi k 150 95 FHHull money praer ITla change 2004000 of the capital stock of the Republic of Salvador was presented to Josiah Anderson 82 llot President Cleveland on Wednesday last Rebecca Timrains Eigth district M H Owsley D D isaid company so subscribed for 200000- 500 Mary THood 130 Address A S ABELL CO Publisirs DAYSBOROLTaH ICY D Miles Thos S Bronston Secretary Bayard made the presentation 3000 D S C M Patton 230 Sublett N R of first mortgage bonds of said railroad J Parke H CPursifull 50 90 W J Lvle On Friday morning the 17th inst a fire John Hollan SUS IXaX BriLDDTG D Carlisle The cost of building the road will be occured at Grundy Buchanna county Ya Geo S Hanks heris 12 OiaLBaE 86 Jas M Cook BalfiaMMd 10 about 30000 per mile The grades shall which destroyed the court house and clerks J C Williams wrm 309 C C Hanks for Geo Asburry 167 Jutlgtf John E Cooper DM not exceed sixty six feetper mile and office and several other buildings All the Arkellias Hollan50 90 YHHAZEL CREEM HERALD in session this week Sievers Carson Hardware Circuit court being 260 LS0 the curves shall not exceed sixty six de- - public records in the county wore consumed Jmes K Rose fcjEPEJTDEHT LOCAL KxwSyAFDt I Company Green Wood Mot 300 is progressing in a model manner under i yn greesper mile The road is to be laid in the flames 5700 Tltnmns SpwpII 246 the supberb management of his honor reSS with steel rails and have about twent- - Catlettsburg Democrat A Pittsbiirgh coal S5JiT5l Additional to the above SO cents will Judge Cooper who shows himself thor Â¬ 637 W Maix Street ffor Cincinnati and be added to the amount of each tract LOUISYlLEf KY oughly capable of running his court be uiailod to any adiirew farfKQ CASH six hundred and forty ties to the mile fleet passed this place i iv 5SdSTTHB HERALD - - Â¬ Â¬ You next say that Col Day spoke to H D Spradling to take us down to his house Nbw Col Day never fspokq to Spradling in the matter and Spradling done the talking himself Col Day did as any good man would do he did his best to get us a home near him for which he will not be forgotten Now in regard to your large loan it was not a loan but a free will offering on your part uut it aiu not reacn ine Camoton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wrU ara ptmt known isVithout most valuable in the cure of family and political nejiapaf m amd Utmg hence it is the aaaiowdy the vear 1S5 it will aim disease usedSnternalharifexterniillJ iiopefnUy than ever fee ife yilkleal ialth AWojTglthtrfmanmJelises whichfriesh is and Tarkty heiritSj and Voriwlifcnrfiswomlerfai water not neglecting however tiw permanent of choice miscellany ta eaM it is known to be a positive and great a favoritehxthe fcwily totn 3fr cure are the following J party Dower of CONSTIPAgfbN DYSHEPSIA SKIN mtnrn to 18S5 a yearth Demoeratichtwry marked i th will make DISEASES SCROFULA CA of tlie United States ami n fcaailyahwdd TAHKH RrIJ3MlTSM be without the Coarier Jouraal wh daaure NETpALGlAto keep thoroughly posted on passing eveute Largest Tlie Weekly Courier Joaraai VOUSNESSC Circulatiea of any Newspaper We append a fewbf the hundreds of tes- Â¬ Democratic unacaiatewith America If you timonials whichhayeeen tendered as to in Slcahy subscriber nte as a WW it the effieacyfjiswafer Tri9isease a great family and political newspaper la One ladyjFwj iteTs nl am solliapful to the quantity of interesting quality Great Givcr of all Blessings tfiftwl tried point of matter itand the newspaper press lead readincr SwangjSSprings Freely do I give3all the States If naoney iadastey timjffjptnd money spent there for the4feealth of the United and enterprise can Keep is so n wm coaua andjstrength I now enjoy head of Americas journals It Atgentleman of Illinois says think the ue at the each week the most complete waEer of Swango Springsllid me pioregood contains of the news of the world aad its tlian all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I summary columns Henkt Wattxbsojteditorial willccrtainlvbe withvou again next spring are always able strong suad SgKEEREN CKS R T Smith J G- - Trimble Kv F M Hihkle areTelegraphic the ESPECIAI the leading PH Reese Mt Sferlinir Clarke PlumtLick bright Among Specials from allFEATURES Mrsi FM Hinkle Wm points in the United States and Europe SeÂ¬ f Ky rial and Short Stories by popular awLsoied A large hotel is now beimf built which writers Talmages Sermons the day after de Â¬ will afford ample accommodation to visitors livery Tabernacle Market Xe For further information in regard to board ports in Brooklyn Fashion Letters Turf and Stoek Re- Â¬ c address K HARRISON WAXGO ports Answers to Correspondents Depart Â¬ Hazel Green Ky Or this office ment Poetry and Department for Children No Home in the Country should b without H F PrERATT w CASKEY -- fgr Weekly CourtrJurn4 superior itf tktf w iur m iw iZittWs hati - editor- -in-chief s t Â¬ CASKEY PIERATT5 Â¬ G E OIOIBIRIS Flour Bacon LardSat the-Dol-l- ar ir self-defens-e Â¬ JOHN EEBF Sunday-Courier-Journ- al Â¬ Â¬ FINE HORSE Â¬ Â¬ - BUY YOTJB port-and-mos- t Â¬ EMOTIONS Pearl St W KJIRSCHMAMM jT -- w -- j TYPE w -- J T CATHRICHT CO Sunday- - it Â¬ - Saddles Harness - c eight-year-o- ld Â¬ n FRNK 3 7 TYLER -- BLACKSMITH J T PIEIIATT 1 Â¬ - fi - -- LACKSMiTH w - 1 COMBS jsr VAUGHN -- -- eLe - General Merchandise 4 a iyircri I1lVIlMUIa ptoc -- J tH 3 i - -- r -- - y413te- - -- - - T yr WMF - j- - 3jLalxi is 5HE HERALD UC L a ar - PersonalPurat8rraphs B Swango is attend Oaraptonitnis wee Wilonof Jackson wSSnn ing c5Hrt at jDBty Judge G SkVF T SfOO Per Annurn5 Always in Advance r- - jkar Tu - ml-e a - - kk GMWWifflJE EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS COUNTIES- BY a - ffcTIlAYil i f f way of fencing Osbprh naSpeneduastof k of Some enterpising man who would like HE sunt i l Lgroceries etcfimtown a lucrative business would do well to Miwnvw9Kj jm 1 W H iSickell oh Jbzei was mtown r is M Jfiikinssnaa open out a first class hotel at this place tf KPg circuity cieric wu Scarcely a day passes but what some one W W McGuire of West Liberty isr evenKinginrMfor courtJ ft 4 Standard time 22 Miafiteslowertlma Mt fami-Â¬ at Campton this week attending court Sterliiifriirswt Lady Brittain was tried on the 20th calls for accom niodations Private lx Jem Miss Boey E Steele of Campton was inst as an accomplice of her husband lies are not always in shape to accommo- Â¬ No 1 leaves ML Sterling at 7 a incrriving date the traveling public Maytowh is visiting friends in Hazel Green on last Lord Brittain and acquitted jp 2 leaves Sotkwell at 9 a xn4 arrives at Sunday situated on the regular thoroughfare that XL tertinrat 100 a ia Duuglas Evans of Campton was visit- Â¬ The inside WQrk of thecourMiouse is runs through the state and there are no Sterling wisaidlto fievfche best and hotels closer on this road than Hazel finishedj litXetkwelfat t 140 pm ar-- ing friends and relatives in our town handsomestpinlthis pm rives at 30 xa arrives last week judjeiat district w Green and Frenchburg b 4leives Koikwellat 345 p Circuit court began Monday morning work in earnest Farmers have gone to Hon J W Kendall of West Liberty wat Mt Sterling Xt 530 p m Scarcity of pro-Â¬ No 2 connects at XL Sterling with 1105 a passed through here Sunday en route to with 156 commonwealths cases 65 equi- Â¬ in this neighborhood O railway Campton ty causes and 42 common law cases visions imparts a stimulous to tiie people m and 157 p m trains on C 3TTDY the largest docket we have had for years that has set In motion all the farming Cteinnati and Louisville ferXeiiienit t Sterllag with 1105 a James Bise- Eq of Lacy creek was SCmumw Nearly all the commonwealth processes ntensils of the country set the smiths the East and 136 in town last Saturday and loolrctTas nat- Â¬ are executed thanks be to Ba train on C our efficient hammer a going the mechanic to driv- Â¬ L Luivilieaud Cincinnati ural as ver p miiJkii sheriff G T Centers ing his plane and pushing his saw We cKty Kondayjn each sxtgofcerv ifcj3r4 cobrt dayjspecial Taylor Johnson of Szeljwas in Hazel guarrantee that if providence favors us SPRADLIXG leaves Botkwcli Green on Monday 3 firirgt ML Sterling ton circuit court laseuroute to Camp Â¬ Miss Belle Tutt has returned home with a cood season next year the farm Â¬ month at73Sterling at at 9 a m RetttriBe--IeVS-ers will have plenty and to spare Peo3 p m arriving M jLoAweH at 40 p m A iLjiSickellUtheenterprising mer from Grant county t become careless and lazy if se- oix Br J H Stamper paid this place a ple would plenty all the time so these Leaves Roihwell for XL Sterling at 5 p m chant of Daysborough called in our thev had i GEO B HARPER SupL flying visit last week - V sanctum Jionaay hard times am lessons by which the ufl Mrs Andy iRatliPison the sick list hardy sons of toil may derive material llev Eugene P Mickel is attending - and has been for some time Duster West Lexington Presbytery which met benefit j HAZEL GREEN KY Farmers are A ery Busy in this neigh- Â¬ at Mt Tabor Clark countyyesterdayi Quarterly Meeting on Stillwater APIL 29 1885 IITk 1 borhood preparing for the coming crop 1 Wray Beattie speciaif pension exam- Â¬ There was quarterly meeting at Still- Â¬ has been in iner of Washington MrsCharlie Gausney of Grant county water last Saturday and Sunday BevTD forseveral days on official business is visiting her fathers family in this G B Demaree P E G G Bagan and town Col Fi M Long of Grassy was in county Samuel Chandler officiating Much in- Â¬ terest is said to have been manifested in Mr Adams of the firm of Brinklev Iter Ji T Pieratt preached at Mapel town last Saturday Come again Dick Saturdy and Sunday lie and be as good to us aayou were the Adams b Grovelast a the meeting by a large and appreciative and good behavior last time audience at each service four of which reports large audiences visit last week 1 at BigBiirTay of Breathitt passed Scaling saw logs seems to be all the go were held 3Saturday night SundayW 11 P Parents of this town would do well to through town last Thursday en route for the last few days f6r which we are a m and p m Our reporter Lacy says he never saw as much beauty look to the language of their boys The homer He sold his logs at Otter creek at very thankful congregated together since he first began obscenitydiproaaitE of someof them agoodpnee One ofpl D SpradlmgVtenant houses to love and he thinks some of the fair issnocpng i7 lawyer of J B Wjiite a pjrominent on Sunday was burned last ThursdayJevening The ones stole Iris heartbecanse Avhereit used i- fes m hm f of the Irvine paid our town a A isit cause was accidental to be there is terribly aching void The stone lor the foundation had been attending Breathitt The Kentucky river boys seem to keep Presbyterian church at Jackson is being lasL He Young Men Kead This circuit court the road hot on the way home with their rapidly dressed andthe foundation will iytown pocketsfull of ready cash Uaniel of the The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ N n TRIMBLE EOBTMTRBIBBE Waltec C 1 soonSe in placet g t shall Mich olfer to send their celebrated mill compaiiT wasin HnzeGreen lasts Jnv- - Griffin sjittlg son joe iijsdlast 4 Belt and other electric Our birthday party didnt pan out week a guest of the Pieratt house He week after an illness of several days Electro Voltaic trial for thirty days to route home from Paintsiville The bereaved family have the sympathy appliances on worth a cent Pour or five small articles was en men young or old afflicted with nervous or the entire community were donated for which we are quite whither he had been on businessC 1 ti debility and all kindred troubles Also l thankful to the donators Judge JKouertltiaaie spent a iov ua We had a weddinir in our midst last for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and r ni r ihlHazel Green last weekthe guestV KFliursday evening at the lesidence of the many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ A4 judge Bobert Hiddle closed court at T Tvlnr Tav and left Sunday for ibrides father on the Big branch W T tion to health and vigor guaranteed No Jackson last Wednesday Judge Gooper jainpton to attend circuit court at that Haulspyrto MissAnijeUne Taylpr- - Bev risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ having goiie hosae the xiavorevious and place which commenced on Monday last AbrahahrIngrani ofSciating AND DEALERS IN lowed Write then at once for illushe wore the ermine as he did erstwhile Day of FrOzen Breathitt John C M trated pamphlet free Albion county passed through town on last to STILLWATER kicking River Measurement Atrain of the Kentucky and SouthÂ¬ Thursday en route home from Otter Atlantic brought one hundred and sev creek where he sold his logs He re-Â¬ The farmers are very busy planting Many dealers who take timber down r X j M en tyfive of the river hands from ML ports the trade in lumber good and pre corrifftiis weeki T the Licking are not aware of the fact Sterling to Eothwell last Sunday mora- - dicts better times in his section Bora To tlie wiflof J Miles Tester that there is a great difference between nson vreighing six pounds Licking river measurement and the Among the visitors at Campton courf by law and in W J Wallace has sold his farm to W measurement recognizee Taul- Hon W Hon C B SBrools cpmmonwealtFs thisweekwe noticed S Mahan H Beat- - M Combs of Jackson for 800 cash force on the Kentucky river The seller John attorney notbeing present X B White beeof Grassy Bedwine and Ed of Card J A T Combs bought of John Chappell loses from 20 to 30 per cent when he ac- Â¬ C offEfetifi countyfwasaupwnted to fill the tyville D B B AVlute ton last Monday one saddle mare for 100 cepts the Licking river measurement on Talcariheprwentterm of our cir- - well Jackson H C Lilly J Kiddell cash a basis of so much per 100 feet and for Judce Fluty and Judge Bobt cnitcourfc at Tampton the benefit of those interested we point Irvine Dr B E Talbert Stanton John M Bose had a nice lotof cattle to the fact that the legislature passed a tja - Our common school sujenritendent on the market at Mt Sterling last week law during Senator Mizes term making Trade With Advertisers and returned well pleased with his sales Doyles the lawful measure for the Lick- Â¬ Hon Joseph M Kash on Wednesday M you wish to buy or sell anything money 3571 and If jreceiyed tne school Wm Spencer and son passed through ing valley willidisburseit to the common school call and see us before doing so On the our vicinity last Thursday with thirty The Petit Jury first count our advice will save you much head4 of nice mountain cattle He was teachers thisTffeek at Campton and on the second it will make you a driving them to his farm near Mt Ster-Â¬ For the petit jury of Wolfe circuit l Oar Bed court the following gentlemen were sum correspondent under great deal Examine yonr home paper ling iver NY Jti Wnite M furnishes the fbl- - always if you wish to aeal with any man of April 18th In this section of the county farmers moned Peter Little U iTfA rvt AllJcrtYi awav from home and if you cannot find T rL M Shackelford Granville Allen James v M lowing xKirii iu tiie wi 9 his business reflected in its colunins it will not harvest as much wheat as was Napier Harrison Little J Cabal E S Bose on thelJih insU a girl weight the fact that fall HAS JUST RECEIVED AN BOIENSE STOCK OF thelGth mst infant will be safe for you to consult with the ed- Â¬ sown lastpassedsimply from hardest win- Â¬ Congleton Alex P Lacey C S Sam- Â¬ Twmnds r through the we have ples James W Bose G W Spencer fhild of Barharv Watkins ajred 6 months itor before buying Do not hazard your ter ever known in this clime AfcJ J money with anyone who dont advertise John Wireman W T Tyler Unas Ter We are proud of our native state grand rill James Drake J P Bush Strong The HeraiJ we wish it understood The attention of breeders is called to old Kentucky and we love Hazel Green Spencer Hiram Swango Charles Byrd tbe advertisement of Grey Eagle to be is always on the lookout to protect its- and the people we have lived among since StamperuW H foundaWe fourth page of this paper oatronsr from swindles of every charac- our infancy and we are proud that she born and Louis Brewer OHair Alex Os ancL therais nowayjn jnrhch it can wHiiaj9eririBtiefiDest animaln the ter has such a wide awake newspaper as The more man IA xnountams and it will be to the interest accompiisn and friends uy warning us Herald They Ali Did Well Leather Breeches against dealing stock to see subscribers bf any man who loves fine Many river men from the upper Ken- Â¬ withanfeliouse not advertised in its his owner MrJ B L Wilson Menifee County tucky and he Licking rivers have advertisement in this paper a JL - TRENCHBURG aiwavsiafsuarantee that von will be passed and are now passing through our iT in this is Born To the wife of S V Clark a town on their return from market where wheat crop treated rjsnt by the advertiser becaus TOuntrTlnibrms ustliathis i J5Xt iT n they took their logs on the recent tides We lnvariaoiv lnveiguteitusfiai asu iica son April 20th vjfilooing as well as that of any average iri ourpower thestanding Thev report fair prices for their timber party Mrs Whitt and Mrs Gill daughters rear He savs he lias one field in wheat or parties advertising Be careful there- Â¬ of TT Moore are visiting relatives here ranging from 70 cents to iio aceorumg in wlieat last year this year which ws to quality per 100 feet for popiar and only with Herald adver Â¬ April 29 1885 nd that the prospect now bids fair to fore to deal matter what you want to Died April 17 of consumption Mrs oak logs cash This industry brings a tisers No make aletter crop than that of last Dale April 16th of H buv if it is not advertised iiiTiiE Her Â¬ Dale wife ofG DP Chambers an old citi considerable influx of money into East- Â¬ pneumonia ern Ken tuck let it alone until you consult with lcFla The stock sales at this place will be ald We will investigate for you without of Montgomery county April 17th Wm Mj us held on the Wednesday before thethird cost and then give you our advice You Carter one of the oldest and most re- Â¬ Honie Liko Hospitality Monday in each month commencing cannot be too particular in this matter spected citizens of the state The Asbury hotel was crowded to its with the 13th day of May Day by aay A failure to do as we warn you may Small armies of river men have been utmost capacity on Monday last and its T this enterprise seems to grow in favor cause vou to lose many dollars passing through for seyerjdjdayspast accommodating management headed by with the stock men of this sectian and Thev say more timber wasafloat on the A J Asbury captain and 1st lieut Mrs be many buyers from jthere idfl doubtless rivers than ever known at one time be-Â¬ A J closely applied themselves to the The Hazel Green High School below K this place will close fore About 4000 logs were taken f rom wants of every visitor They thoroughly 4 MANUFAQIUBERS OF- The high school at creek aloiiej an dMt is only navi- Â¬ understand the fundamental principles on Friday May 22ud Prof Hayes has Beaver On Monday April 13th we will return laboredervhardandthe effectofhis gable about 12 miles from its mouth of hotel success If you want to tickle Iaysvmesfreet the John D Trimble son of Mrs Mary the trade tickle the stomach labors are plainly to be seen But whije Phoenix BUlawherwewill ggain be he has been --busfiii acomplished wife Trimble near tins placeJcomiriitted sui-Â¬ it CJcntlemen of the Grand Jury j hasnot been idle She isitrainmg a class cide at Fort Scott Kansas April 16th zlad to imgewer The following gentlemen compose the class aao69talggs elocution and we can say tnat un- Â¬ by taking morphine Cause hard drink ever before With thanks in her instruction they are advancing and jealousy of alewdwoinan with whom grand jury of Wolfe count James A KItb shapethan --DEALERS DT-we solicit your future der Jeff Bush Andrew foreman s AXD for past favors ranidlv She is also preparing the class he had beeirassociating The usual re Sword W s h - roniso P Lacy John D Bdse sr patronage ouP which wiUjbe sult of strong drink and evil companions Kash iv esforan entertainment Samuel Haddix Amos Williams Geo 1 i can i kir A thfirm of jBnnkley x given as follows literary society1 will I think I land safely make the assertion Hatton Geo Long C Spencer David The ffaiel Greenf of Menifee county was Spencer Bobt Alexander Wm HolCon that if the through our SaaLoiiisviile- passed c Thursday divided into tracts of 10000 acres each open entertainment omMsnnuai give anMaylT followed by a6n Fiiaay N Bose and Wm Ghilders JotoS temperance tract would furnish a site for an iron Jas night TbuTfbr their house and has done an ex play bv theyoung folks Beferexces Jugde G B Swango Hazel Green George Bice Maytown or with ore and timber enough on Sot Expected to Uive ceedingly eood business considering tne oh Friday furnace any Business Man of Lexington Ky Comfriencement exercises the whole and coal on two thirds of Mr A H Kash whose serious illness dull fimesT He reported good sales at night Mav 22 The Turn of the Tide them t6run theni for an indefinite pe- Â¬ this place solcLa was mentioned in our last issue is still f arte T T a drama of thirteen characters- A eight riod The ore and coal in fact would lingering in an extremely dangerous con- Â¬ to Thirty minutes for refreshments be inexhaustablef Since Prof Crandall dition The chances are acainst his re J Day characters made his renbrtthejcoal and arpn ihas can be done for him oe a puunu ujkauiinutiuii vu beeiropenedand developed to great ad covery bufrall that experienced Tliere win TVITET jFlovdDay of this place by three of our best physi- WITH- is being done 22nd Toot baptism while goindown Thursday and Friday the 21st and the vantage m many places an impromptu cians Urs J K Kasn J At xnomas the pupils will contend for and A B Nickell river with logs He was trvmg to in which10 in number fehe 1a Tflft at Otter creek and threw medals oniity fto i commencement the On Hell Come in the Sweet tie 4 jQFHfrxSt i Hthe cable with wTiich towent up when he ladies the night of the gentlemen deliv-Â¬ will read and the overboard iB iofnp and ix SheriffEenhis wasri1 VMnesday Elder L H Beynolds of Bourbon - IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF brim- - er orations for a gold medal U4 WHOLESALE Allen Barlr of CaneyfNvas in town county who had expected to hold a pro-Â¬ They say the gtniosphere smelt of We are unable at present to give the last week of tracted meeting here about the 10th nrrfm- - of the exercises in fulL butieel as MAJvVr rrm J Dixon qf this place is visit May has deferred the time on account sured that it will he the grandest affair injr bfd friend3 in Johnson this week of ill health and if no providential hin Cijertoessed in Hazel Green Leslie E Swetnam of West Liberty derance will hold the meeting in June Third Bace akd TheWho 72 731 and John A Carter a Ample notice will be given of the date wv k1 TTWv tv x UWHClMt read the advernsemeni oi is in town the guest of his brother-in-laXl TJxios Stseets James G Carter j one ot uws Ev-- This nrmis I MAIN STREET ifiiw- - TitlRof Stillwaterand ason E B May Something Kotten in Denmark D AForline 4v e4a i CINCINNATI O Bethel jrwho lives oh Lacy Judge B Day gave us a call last Our Ezel subscribers complain that they Jo WaTylffigTrtheiFline at as reasonable of Phil Xittle county was tried betore week on his F XQTJISymE KY from Jackson circuit do not get their papers until Saturday J G Carter Jr J 7xCl ratrtui hdfelsewhere creek in this and a iury at the John court tThe return is ahvaysawelcome evening r viwc jk liif Kii iiJzm iudjre GO Rrftiiro Lindon The HeRald is mailed regu 1 1 Almi4- Crt1TT TrtT OC TrV them if youhfealinytlnnc in their guest it Maytown r -and larly every Wednesday morning to be just La-JiriU - T t v fi4 them jrentlemen as X upuxx w -- Key Ui jr Jts uemaree wiirnoia jciev should reach Ezel on Thursday at latest sauit ir q tne we repiesciAi uuvu i and costs The evidence aeveiopeawere Stampers third quarterly meeting at thi3 and any further delay must he the1 fault WHoleMle aad UetaiT inst the two 9th olace Mav 2nd The official members of Uncle Sams officials somewhere of the best sales fact that on the 3rion Beeves one is HimTianv Davisleadinffa mule hitched are expectedJtobereentoLmen who ever iN4dWtfnd a counter m He Comes to Stay sled upbn which he had some house- Parties expecting toattehd the Sun- Â¬ -sterling lyiow with Tom Boger e to a oods and tnat lirae wno is a crip Green H Strother of Carter county hold T day schboic5nveiirion to berheld at this who spent last summer in our town en- Â¬ at that place AND the peoplescloiMer behind nim ana aeaitnim StJrlate 3SX Bbersoh his fortunate- ple slipped uphis crutch knocking him place commencing April 30th will please gaged in plastering wilr return here to- Â¬ with Section of such an aftable and accommo- - a blow they had notify Bev W L Stamper of the fact so will finish some large con- Â¬ AHD DSAUEX IX Davis swore and pre- senselessunkind words andthat he sup that homes can be provided for all who morrow and line which will give him Y nticifiAn tohis store tracts in his that no will find his sales grow larger had Little was his friend Little plead may attend employment during the coming season nosed is liked On the 3rd inst W T Hal Married and claimed 1 upon not guilty upon the trial A Good Iuuidress shonW LEXINGTON S W COR PEARL AND VINE STREETS struck him Maybe the sey of Menifee and Miss Angeline Tay Â¬ that lie had not Mrs Ella JLee is the best laundress Bev branch Wolfe county llricked Davis 4ind he was so stun lor of BigIncrram officiatihsr The con- - in the community and deserving of the 3rCashpaidfbr country produeeCX seeJiowiiaiidsomely he was Abraham V kinds game batterMgaaj chicieir ci he did not know whether it ned that tracting parties stand high in society people s patronages iwdxowjeasonable he will sea tnem lightning that struck him town last Saturday Reported bvSneeinl Corresnniwlenta Hon W B Lykins Esq of Ezel is at All Points In the Mountains Campton this week --Hon W 0 Mize of Hazel Green is -Wolfo County vc r3 ftendins court ims vnr j oaiIItox EJ oand F and the best wishes of a host of friends go with theni on lifes journey Last Thursday while J H McGuire waslmrning off his new ground prepara-toryto nlantme corn the leaves look lire before the devouring flames could be sthpped considerable damage had been done- - HANLY JUDY MT STEHLINQ KY wi TT- - E B MayLouis Powers andB Sexton sustained heavy loss in the SWUf r waw w lifl Have moved to tneir Large New House on Maysville street and have addedlargelyiptlieir stock of 3kv aMt m - Whicli they are selling at Bock Bottom Piciete Call and see them in their new qiiairtersr i A full stock of Wagons Buggies- Eockaways HANLT c irdware Gtueensware Tinware Stoves Urates Mantels c a - Arora Mt - ADAM BAUM - T Keeps Constantly hand a Large and wet lected Stock of DC - -- Iuisvjllepai3rflace UlWj Which he sells Wholesale and Hetail as Cheap as they can be hought in the State Give him a call and he convinced thatiyou can do as well in Mt Sterling as ansnKrhere else you may go m If I ullli UI -- THIMBLE BROS - - J1 M f -- - - WHOLESALE GEOCER -- fc Tf - 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 iiouse in Mt Sterling rkte rr TOM F ROGERS Mt MERCHANT -- of Maysville Street SterlingSy Diedn Fine Boots Shoes and Slip TAILOR JT CLOfflffl col--umnsJ- Ajk5e of3Seek - -- ijZi2 one Hats and Caps for Spring and Summer Tirade An Inspection of the Same is Invited Yours truly TOM F ROGERS t ENTERPRISE PL ANINa LEXINGTON KY -- F BUSH SON Proprietors i rSSTOtrtfrf geW S Cutere Sbe - Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c - -- tmefif 1 J Ieis -- Poplar White and Yellow Pine flooring Pnie and Poplar Shingles Laths c Bomiwofg6 J P ROGERS B E SOBEETS -- K3L9 Bye-and-B- ye Louis Stix Co Carter Bros -- iGjo X - w ar Tinton Pf 0V8M2ft k rt Jr3F Dry Goods and Notions Ory Goods and Mbtion - w CI a - 1- fxZl fti-tl-rrfi- JkAtiXR r - LEON MARKS m Clothing E YOOTGy GROCER Wines and Liquors ilHll Sw4i V Jn5eto hiaiwhmer M5iiSiSi anything in his line CLOTH HOUSE ijj l Little or n Bniliait TTDrlnr Mil 7rty I THE V0NS SILK INDUSTRY Weavers SCINT1LLANT Phyllis made pretty cake To please her papas palate Her parent put it on a stake Ami used it for a mallet The Italian ImaseOfafcer Philadelphia Times SUBSCRIBE War f the XLeem Jacquard Industry A Seumed Tfee Old x Philadelphia News The three centers of silk weaving in the biJl known as Uroh ff thlsckyrre On the rollers he glides like the cars and ioase tbejaburb of Saint Justoneof But an accident his happiness mars of Brctleaax Each Aso swiftly he sped He sat down on his head these sections of the city is filled with I tall houses of five and six floors built of And he saw about ten million Norristown Herald cheap stone and filled with silk wearers Each floor is occupied The man who does the brain work f according to Gets the glory and the dash the size of the -- by Butthejnau who tends to businas3 one two three and some house Holds s mortgage on the cash times eren families four all Merchant Travoler in separate apartments which open on Hero lies old Jones aimon landiag and stairway The Who all his life collected bones largest of these apartments is comTill death that grim and bony specter posed of two rooms a kitchen and the That all amassing bone collector charabre de tiesage or weaving shop Boned old Jones so neat and tidy The kitchen is the living room of the That here he lies all bona fide c London Spectator family where the w ife f the canutf cooks the meals and where husband HISTORICAL RELICS wife and children sleep in that disgust- ing promiscuity engendered everywhere Some of Those on View at the State D6- by poverty The largest of the rooms ie par tin en t always the chambre de tissagc and Washington Cor Cleveland Leader here the entire space is occupied by the Though visitors seldom enter it the two three joriour looms which form the most valuable part of the family pos library of the state department contains some of the most valuable histories rel- Â¬ sessions These machines are all without ex ics in the possession of the government ception the old Jacquard loom long Here is kept tho original draft of the since relegated everywhere except in declaration of indepenu ence and within Lyon3 to the company of th spinning the past few years th identical desk which Jefferson wrote it Jef- Â¬ t wheelf eur great grandmothers With upon ftriTiaw exceptions all these looms are fersons desk is a oinall mahogany iSldand worm eaten they were erected box like writing desk about eightf by the grandfather of the present een inches wide twr feet long and who himself a silk weaver three inches thick One might easily caBut consented with much reluctance and take it on his lap to use it but it was many misgivings to replace the old probably laid upon the table while the frame and shuttle with which he his declaration was penned upon it It has father and his grandfather before him a series of small compartments on one had plied their trade by the new side for pens and writing material and when opened its top is covered with fangled invention of Jacquard The appearance of a Lyons chambri green baize Pasted upon one of its indetissage has a quaint flavor of an ner leaves is a note in Jeffersons own stiqaity about it the light enters through handwriting dated at Monticollo in windows which have never been washed which he says the desk was made by a siace they were glazed of the three 01 Philadelphia carpenter and that it was four looms it may contain but one is at the one on which he wrote the declarawork the crisis is so severe that there tion This note closes with the follow Â¬ is nothing for the others to do The ing sentence Politics as well as reweaver stands in front of his loom ligion has its superstitions these gain works with his left hand the sprin ing strength with time may one day which drives the shuttle forward then give imaginary value to this relic for its pulls with his right hand the string that associations with tho birth of tho great sets free another spring which draws it charter of our independence In the case containing this desk on back from right to left at thf the shelf above it lie the staff of Ben- Â¬ same time pressing with his right foot on a treadle which keeps tht jamin Franklin and the swords of Washthreads of the warp moving around the ington and Jackson Benjamin Frankrollers between which they art lins cane is a thick gold headed stick of stretched and automatically regulates knotted crab tree It is painted black the pattern according to the perforated highly polished and on its end it has a ardboard pattern design attached to brass ferule Its head its designed as Me upper frame of the loom Thf says Jefferson will in the form of a cap weaver bends over his work in silence of liberty and its gold is very yellow never stopping the monotonous ana and shows but little alloy This cane clock like movements of bands and foot supported Franklin during his last years except maybe to tie a broken thread upon all state occasions and when ho asd it seems as though the ghost ol died he willed it to AVashinging Staying Jacqaard himself was hovering around If it were a scepter Gen Washington aadsuperintending the intricate move- has merited it and would become it ments of Ms invention the noisy voice Washington prized it highly and at his of which fills the room with its inces death he willed it to his nephew Charles Washington and the grandson of sant click clack click clack In some cases they have but one room Charles Washington gave it to the i wkich to live as well as work bere United States George Washingtons sword shown tkere are never more than two looms oae for tke husband the other for the here is the one which he wore when a wife and the children wind the silk on colonel and the one which hung at his the shuttles Where there are foui side throughout the Revolution It is looxis one is generally confided to a not a iiashy article aud there is no companion that is to say to a weavei glitter of gold about it but its edge who takes his meals in the house and looks very sharp and its blade slightly receives for his work one half of tht tarnished not over an inch wide was price paid by the manufacturer Th evidently made to do good service Its maa bending over his old fashioned sheath and belt 15e beside iL This belt woaa-eatea Jacquard loom can earn is of yellow buckskin the plain silver at the present prices something clasp of which is marked with the GO and the sheath is of like cents a day The letters G W bead of the family receives from a dark leather stamped with different the manufacturer the materials warp figures George Washington mentions and woof and makes a bargain tc this sword in his will in which he weave it into velvet into satin or silk gives one to each of his nephews with t so much per metre a metre being the request that they be not un and the equal to thirty nine and one third inches sheathed except for This price varies according to the fabric defense of their country and its rights to be woven and according to its qual- Andrew Jacksons sword is a very ex- Â¬ ity more being paid for velvet than for pensive article It will weigh twice that weaving satin which again is paid foi of Washingtons and it has a heavy at a higher rate than silk but as the gold handle and its sheath is of goldÂ¬ quantity which can be woven within a and steel Its wide blade slightly curvgiven time differs according to the fa ing shines like a mirror and at tho bric and its quality the average daily middle it shows the evidences of hav earnings of each loom are about the ing been broken in two and welded t suae depending more on the skill and together again Its sheath is somewhat strength of the weaver than on the na scratched and it has evidently been pietty well used ture or quality of the fabric woven Another curiosity in this room is an Ten years ago the silk weavers of Lyons numbered 70000 five years latei immense shell or torpedo from six to their number had fallen to 55000 and eight inches in diameter and over a foot three jeara ago there were but 35 0U0 long which Elihu Washburne our min- Â¬ It looks as though the time was coming ister at Paris picked up during the when Lyons will no longer contain more bombardment of Paris and sent to the than the 4 000 or 5 000 artistes tisseurs state department as a relic It is a muri tfiatweave extra fine grades of silks aud derous looking shell and its description velvet the intricate patterns and high says it was thrown into the city during Just below this in a box finish of which can so it is claimed by the siege two feet wide and three fett long theWLyons manufacturers never be pro about is a plaster cast of one of the first trea duced by any other than hand looms tries on record It is a copy of the Origin of the Habeas Corpus treaty between the Athenians and tho Cor Troy Times Chalcideans made 446 years before As the public has been deeply inter Christ wiien Socrates was 22 years old jsted in obtaining correct election re and Pericles was in his prime The turns it may be mentioned in this con original of this was engraved on a slab nection that Great Britain owes the of Pentalic marble found in the south babeas corpus act to an adroit fraud wall of the Acropolis at Athens The reader must not suppose than I am Spanned by Three lifetimes advocating or excusing such thing3 mj Buffalo Courier object being merely to mention a An illustration of how long a period strange historic fact The privilege oi is contained in Magna can be covered by three lives if they habeas corpus Charta but its operations had been happen to be long ones was recently nullifiea by royal authority and this furnished in Buffalo Within two years was oae of the causes which led to the a person going up Delaware avenue civil war in which Cromwell reached could have caught a glimpse through a tlistinctioiC In 1674 the house of com window of a hale old gentleman who mons passed a bill fully defining the na in his youth had seen an old man who ture and power of habeas corpus but had when himself a boy known Pere Â¬ the house of lords opposed it and yet it grine White the first white child born in New England having come into tho eventually carried in the ned manner In the final vote world on board the good ship Mayflower in that body the yeas were 57 and the while that vessel lay in Provinceton nays 55 la all 112 wbereas the journal harbor before the landing on Plymouth shows that the whole attendance at that Bock had been made Theodore Parker once said that eighteen old men touch- Â¬ time was not more than 109 The discrepancy is explained in the ing each others hands carried us back following manner Lord Gray who was to Christ one of the tellers favored the bill and Florida Lemon Growing very corpulent nobleman voted as Chicago Times You ought to pass for Gray exclaimed On Lake Apopka Florida there is a five The other teller did not in the lemon grove containing confusion of the moment notice this of the choicest varieties 3000 trees all They and the fraud escaped detection The budded upon orange stocks are all bill tp which humanity is so deeply in-- claimed that lemon Taising will It is soon tSr add that the writ of habeas rival oranSe thgrowing as a Florida in- JT an dust t lem J ise b corpns as it exists in America is a close more prontable and matured eier tu cuavVbu M fruit than oranges VVJJY Ji Ub UU1 IT VUV H the above mentioned manner Josh Billings Yung man dont Kit V hardest smner in down on vure knees before the world the the TrfKole lot to convert iz the one who If yu do it wont e long before tho spaMte haJZ hiz time in sinning and the world will insist onure fitting down q Otherjhaffin repentance peg lower -- J H Haysfe Ltoh Letter tbe-plxin Â¬ lcc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ I maka a plastair figure in winter sella dem in street in country in spring FOR and sommer said Guiseppe Antonelli looking up from his work in a third UA story room in a tenement house I maka only leeta figures no can sella 4 larcha ones too heavy Leeta ones put in basket on tray carry easy Make all myself Do you make the models yourself Model Oh for models No I buy de figura and maka de cass from figura Image in plaster just so good as clay model all samo not quite so fine but I can maka fine with knife Ze mold in many pieces every pieca differen one pieca for face noder for handa noder for drap See What are the favorite figures Differen1 time differen1 figura Some time sella lot some time not at all Ono time maka figura ladee going to dive not can maka enough Zen people get tired not can sella zem Differen A Year Always in Advance heads busts zey sella all time Venus AN Clytie Proserpina good maka zem al- Â¬ ways Angels head of Christ Santa Madonna all ze tima sella zem every- Â¬ where Zen maka bracket for place INDEPENDENT vasa always sell bracket if preety We don t send out any canvassers from here said Luccarini the figure molder Our trade is a custom one We make no models we buy them We only make the plaster casts and molds NEWSPAPER When I came to this country more than thirty years ago there were very few Italians over here and very few people DEVOTED TO in this business The men who sell casts of images ind figures on the streets generally make them themselves or act as agents for a man who makes them EASTERN KENTUCKY There are now quite a number of these plaster cast makers in Philadelphia and AND THE it is a flourishing trade Some of the work turned out is really good but most of it is not well finished is too smooth Development of Hmc Great It is done quickly and often without Resources proper tools J T -- F DAY DEALEES IN-- General Merchandise ST ei HAZEL GEEEN 100 Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASBOKIMEJT OT GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Bkvag iW f rience of many years in our line of business we feel justified i weertiag ta Uw tb waate oi trade both Wholesale and Retail that we DO can and will our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize Qs Baeide as imntOM stock of FAMILY Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c of c we have now on baud for the spring trade a full line PLOWS andPGJtJUHl SEEDS Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kind of Country Produce taken in Exchange ror Goods or in settlement of STotes and Ac Â¬ counts Your trade respectfully so- Â¬ licited J T F DAY -- March 4th 1885 B SWANGO G y T 3WA3GO SWAN CO BRO Â¬ Xojyprers of th Kcdiiood Rpjjlons Menilicino Cor Tev Orlenns Times Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY brothors of tho Northern pineries Here the work is done in tho summer time KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FC1X ASSOKTBKXT OT beneath fair skies and in a bracing and Is the cheapest newspaper ever published in Eastern Kentuckv onlv salubrious atmosphere Tho strong sea Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready mad Clothing breeze penetrates the deepest forests and lowers the temperature so that it Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware it seldom uncomfortable even at mid One Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ day while at Light two or more blanket ies Stoves and Farming Implements are always required The life they lead affords but little varety They are In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOMSfBICE5 early risers hence retire early as there Also Avill take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due ua all Hilda of is nothing to keep them up but the Country Produce and Live Stock of every description recreation of a game of cards or the telling of threadbare stories But on Sundays the majority go to the mill town and have a good time as they call Publishes the home news the s tate news it which too often means a drunken the general news and yet is but not so inured to hardship as their be said Of the men engaged in logging it may that they are strong and hardy THE HERALD Dollar a Year GENERAL MERCHANDISE Â¬ Â¬ THE HERALD Only a Dollar a Year THE MT STERLING Â¬ Â¬ -i- Â¬ orgie Many of them have been seafaring men and retain the habits of their former calling ono of which is that their wages are perpetually mortgaged to some rum seller Work in the red Â¬ P woods is full of risk and the acciden nsurance companies have agents who visit all logging camps to solicit pn tronage Statistics show that the in surance companies are away behind on the redwoods th annual IossqS piid being three or four times in excess of the Is more deeply interested in the Develop Â¬ ment of Eastern Kentueky and pub Â¬ premiums received lishes more matter relating to its But although many of the woodsmen resources than any paper in are improvident there are instance the state yet the price where by close economy and union of is very low only purpose men who began life as swampers have grown to be mill owners The opportunities for making a stake by speculation in timber lands have 1 been numerous the pre emption and homestead laws of the United States having been liberally taken advantage of by woodsmen Quarter sections of land costing the pre emptor 200 have been sold for a000 4000 or 5000 when available for or near a mill site -- mil luliuu Brtflr ul llluuililiu luilMlj - uO A THE HERALD Ts now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Ir Fencing and are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting- a strJetlr Wrougkt ron Fence and that the best in the world can buv no other We also SMe a style afci9b oaly tke adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by oaef them is greatly enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied witk tke Mod Â¬ em machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honestper k formancc of tfieir duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF if ACHINERY specialv of nt bs Gumming and Hammering Saws Jt Â¬ Xo other shop outside of Louisville can say the same s Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for iaformatlon Catalogues furnished on application to ri A Year E T BEAN Supt Ht Sterling JCy THE SPLENDID SADDLE AND HARNESS STALLION THE HERALD Grey EgJe 0 llgW J - A Fulnters Story Paris Galifnani Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Figaro tells an amusing story ol the tricks of the trade in pictures A broker named 1 had signed a con tract with a poor member ot the brust to take all the latter could produce the consideration being two francs an hour The lino of the painter was military subjects As soon as he had finished e painting the broker took it away changed the signature to that of A E Gaubault and sold it at a handsome profit The conse uence was that while the poor artist slaved during ten hour of the day at the rate of two francs an hour and remained unknown to any bui tho rascally broker tho fame of Gau John- kept rising apace-- and his pict bault ures fetched higher prices every year The painter happening to stroll intc the salon one day recognized his handi work but not the signatures appended Consulting his catalogue he discovered Gaubaults address at tho rooms ol and many others all of whom realize the M Bernheim the well known dealer in great wealth we possess and desire the Rue Laffite Hastening there he into see this section developed troduced himself to the dealer as Gau Â¬ -- Will make the seaeeof iSeat ths stables othosabcrffer oBe4 Numbers among its contributors many River Six mike east of gentlemen who are eminently quali- Hazel Graea at tied to show the capitalists of the 94 tt Xssare a 3ar fca Feai country our great wealth money due when tke- mare proves and induce immigration to be in foal or is parted witoj and into our section a lien will be retained on the colt among them -- for the insurance money wher it is not paid before foaling time DESCRIPTION GREY EAGLE is a beautiful dapple gray sixteen haads high finely formed and exhibits grand action and stvle Ool PEDIGREE GREY EAGLE was sired by a Packard horse from Ohio and his dam was a fine mare from the blue grass region of this state He has proved hiaiself a surefdal getter and his colts are as fine as those of any horse ever in the mountains All care will be taken to prevent accidents but I- will not be respessible shoald any occur R 3C WILSON - Bennet H Young Hon Thos Turner - Â¬ Prof R Proctor Prof Eobt Peter JOHN WJONES Â¬ Mis i u in Â¬ gs exclaimed M Bernheim I congratulate you you havo achieved wonderful success 1 have been wishing to make your acquaintance for the last six years 0 replied the artist but my name is not Gaubault but Beau quesne and he forthwith acquainted the dealer with his little contract witt Since then the latter has vanD ished and Beauquesne signs the canvases which made his pseudonym fa mous and which in turn brought him t the notice of those who had been admiring them at the salon fot the last threi Â¬ bault Ah NO 10 MAIN STREET If a Jilfil i DEALER IN ft Vt tUUiillfi 11 fill - - - MT SHERLDTG XT Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky - THE HERALD CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons 100 DOLLAR UP 1 Â¬ JOB FITTED UP WITH l 1M JSC T 375 jParticular attention paid to Repairing Call aad see my goeds above-mentio- years TVnter on the Stalled Plain the Staked Plain a plateau in north western Texas and the eastern part ol New Mexico covering 40000 square miles that its steppes are no longei the barren deserts of tho geography Wells of splendid water are being dug and the welcome fluid springs up at anj time after twenty feet has been dug This water not only supplies stock but enough is expected to be obtained to use successfully for irrigating purposes A Barrel of GraTol A Norwich Conn gentleman made The Fort Worth Tex DEPARTMENT Gazette saysol PLAIN AND FANCY IN 1845 Tke Leading Insurance TovaS 1885 1836 TYPE New Presses and Fine Paper Stock 1809 1794 1710 1782 I a Â¬ 11 a 111 -jj- een-rBittinga 4 most remarkable shipment to tho Ber low xuutiHiSRS muda Islands the other day It was s yplirlTA Tni n mf- r- mrcJinr Insurance in order to im barrel of ordinary gravel It seenu corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental Companies bciiurtftar at xmtpcm that his father is a resident of the Ber The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select tMrNapaMiewjibT muda islands and a raiser of poultry There is no gravel on the islands suita Is prepared to execute anv and all kinds would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in tns qaaXtr aaitiio ble for the biddies digestive organs of Printing in the best paramount consideration of insurance- - Respectfully A HCWRCAJf lienor the shipment 2 Office At Traders anct Deposit- Rarity t lowest prices Give nsa 3Â¬ Liverpool and Lojidon and Globe of England 36875000 Mercan- Â¬ North British 33301000 tile of England Ins Co of North America 971656 of Philadelphia Sun Fire Oi5cerof London 5S6300O 5383916 Phenix of London Royal of Liverpool OP MT STERLING KY Assets of Agency 1434170 SO 31000000 00 1S61 London aad Laswufcura of Liverpool c 00 1S10 Hartford of Hrtfe 1849 Springfield oSpciagfe 00 1863 Firemen f CaH-- 33 1869 00 I10O Niagara Fd foraiaJ NortrnvcsterTXaawa of New 4il34GQ 2r5iSJ CO 92tt0OO tt4730C l94Jf95 Yk TXlWHHjJ rlflKrOC 00 Â¬ - Il