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fbmTwbfc nf tbta jv-plor1ir Tr i HoW it Started ZHITeront Diiilculties and had to appoach the court bouse on the v At i Covington ifcix heartily endorsed hx alt CKAwqp5ViLi Ikd Mav 1 east side the- jailers residence and the tlie lilooily FinlHli Boyd the lat Hazel Greek Ky JZiiw two oclock this afternoon John Coffee fnteliigent democrats Itfdeed wtljr jail is a two story building on the west ritirtfiit it aewspper of anyl Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun- Â¬ - - To the Editor of the Courier Journal side pf the court house the jail being and James Dennis were taken into the J iieve jfc madeneTT frientU for tB Collections irill receive prompt atten- Â¬ ties 18 Several arti- Â¬ the north end of the house Before the court room in the presence of an im-- ministration Frankfort May 4 fSSlBW i tion Johnson Hargis column entered the court mense crowd of people It was general 1 cles have appeared in the Courier-Journc Yeuf Xaai d J vrtir cu reftcbniore people by an relating to the various difficulties he house Hoskins and Napier went in Hos- - ly believed that Judge Britton would re HAZELEIGa ATTEESON Airertiee i its columns Than ly any tween Josiah Hostins and Andrew John- Â¬ kins house and not feeling secure Went fuse to grant Bennis a new trial a het In mftrrving mAlcit vowt Q JxyatjjmtUxixonvincea j eJir mnsw anyone tflf getridMrn son of Piueville Ky all of which have to the upper story At this point Har- - had Cofiee4ind that the death sentence f if w j r been offered to the public as facts and a PIS arid Johnsons friends say Hargis 0Durenim or to save mm 2ULIiKllVEKYTEDKESDAY MOBKISG AT LAW COUrt ruled ATTORNEYS part of which I now under wont AiifrilAvf fn fbAVifnl witb enmo a considerable BY w 41 j take to contradict through the same and was in a 5enffle wbfrftnnnn TTnjMs both - cases wM saidgomethinsrto Hargis and while ex fciiaJnecouicnoiancmaiier tnil aiid nerhans drasr you alone Itono4 source that gave them publicity MT STERLING KY nee was then aentenced to benangedi marrv in haste lest von repent alleisSrfe Owner xadL Edltr On the first day of ISfovember term changing words Hoskins shot at Hargis u 3d in liyfojfe 182 of the Bell circuit court which Was while others say some words were ex jon Thursday September 4iWUUU the conn jDo ofc raany fer a j AMUBIs MdKEE - Cir f when by burnmg your corsetsaod taJnnf Q congressional election cnangea m wmen Hargis was the aggres- - y S the day before the ad i iw A Y c T 00 OaaCoyJd0j-yf-- 4vuu t care of your health you canbe stiosg wmle tlie wi in 18S2 a dispute arose between two men sor ana snot at uosians x CO SfacitMontfas ATTORNEY AT LAW from Ejiox county near the front door words were being exchanged one Lewis pressing any emotion orfeeling but when enough to earn your own living f Xfcfaot jUwy is AdvHce of the court housein Pineyille one being juLuuiugswurui riui mco me court nouso the judge had finished he wept bitterly let aunts fathers or mothers adl yoa iec Xo 441 W Jefferson Street Dennis arose next he is 34iyears of age money or position into bondage- - tearau abcnp30TriH fte entered upon i other a colored one And told Andrew Johnson to run out XOTJJ5V1LLE KY a white man and the and a man of unflinching nerve The and life long misery which you aiwe oar nooKs sjnei accompanicu uy mc muu The dispute related to 1 the wliite man some one was going to ahoot Hargis cv and so sbscriptian vrill be received for Practices in all the State Courts and claimed the other owed him IVhile Johnson pulled outliis pistol in the court judge sentenced him to be hanged at the must endure Do not place youiself har a ri i special attention riven tc business of all they were disputing Andrew Johnson house and as he got to the door he shot same time ana piace as vjonee jne bituallyin the company of any suitor face but lands in the United States Courts jfceABYEKT16IKGTASES and others came jiear them and before at Thomas Napier through Hoskins win doomed man shed no tears On bis way until you have decidedthe qiieatJoa oC color the marriage Human wills are weair suk 0 they separated said Johnson drew a pis- Â¬ dow and then Napier shot Johnson in i turned a blood red 600 1 IckrOe Year PORTER LAGEY u or the face right hand and arm No one back to the jail Coffee made an unsuccess j people often become bewildered asddo 1UUU tol and shot Dr J M Roberts three wnen tney to escape It tl una w four times ivithout any provocation has undertaken to establish the theory iul attemptjail yard Be sprang over the notknow their error until it is tx late- - c reached the AT LAWy ATTOREY Get away from these Influences settle from the effects of which he died a couple that Johnson shot Napier after beiner arIUtes for larger advertisements made kaewii OKi4caieH of days later He at the same time shot shot on that occasion The gun Napier fence and was instantly shot by Deputy yourheartand make up yourmradaJcoe- NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF in grazing PEXGER COOPJEE JLdirese Mount Pursifull down breaking his leg used is said to have been loaded with Marshal Cox who succeeded officers cov- Â¬ A promise mav be made in an hoar of DEPOSITIONS Hazel GreVn Ky his neck In an instant four j half delirious ecstacy which must befe He also shot down Josiah Hoskins at the birdshot and loaded by Andrew John- Â¬ ered him with their revolvers He held I rAvr ftr T wvri rTi traotf y QmrTi rTl tbiW T as Johnson son himself same time and then ran but HAZEL GREEN ICY r COCXTY OFFICERS OF WOLFE A man by the name of Carson Hoskins up his hand and said Dont shoot I pain To not trust your happinessJlix ran Hoskins got up and shot at him you how I could the keeping of one who has no heartp only G B Sjirango County Judg iTi QUILmNi J Cr HYKIKS Andrew Johnson is a republican and not related to any othersj and not con- Â¬ jump wanted to show V- Levi Kash Ji w Count Atioxe cerned in the difficulty was standing QTJILTjTJScLYKINSTll Roberts Pursifull 5and Hoskins wereall the ground leaning against the jail oron The crime for which the two men were head no health David Hcg CuntvjCleck- i a democrats F Elkins Attorneys atlaw and Koat DEstatp Agjnts Circuit A Fight in Beattyville county is one of the members of post that supports the steps of the fail sentenced is according to Coffees confes- Â¬ Bell TKJenters Three Forks Enterprise Hoskins- - or Napier could sion that on the 6th of last January he the Fifteenth judicial district of which where neither CAMPTON jvY J- - Creech Jailer murdered and robbed James There was a somewhat serious rht in Hon H F Finley is judge Judge Fin see him and in this position he was shot and Dennisand his Fielden Cox taxes paid for Titles examined Coroner McMullen wifeand then burned town last Saturday between Buclc Uouhv 1 S B Smith Collections a specialiy Heal Estate lev was at his home in Williamsburg at through the heart This is my informa- Â¬ Assessor C M Fallen bough and sold on commission Will prac- the time and did not come to Pineville tion from a reliable source Tlie physi- Â¬ the house which consumed their bodies and Samp Hadir of cob vfrom Breath Surveyor S- I J 3iL Kasli tice id Wolfe and adjoiniiigcountiesi 10 to hold his court hut the bar elected cians who examined the wound say that They were neighbor boys and often work-Â¬ itt The difficulty was introduced by tne j vinsissioneriPEACE Hon W H Randall to preside and he if the range of the shot had any inclina- Â¬ ed for McMullen and wife and were un univershUrrecozedintroducerof strife JUSTICES OF THE whisky The immediate cause was did so I think however the calling of tion it was upward one eighth of an inclu der the impression that they would get R R B GAINER Piest JDjEElCT S P Murphy Wednes Judge Randall to the bench occurred the Hoskins and Napier were indicted for the quite a sum of money Dennis has be-Â¬ perhaps gambling r- Having no space Monday Stephen Swango day after 2d his innocence but it is the dav after the aforesaid difficulty As murder of Uarson Hoskins and had to to give particulars we can only give re-Thursdarxfier 2nd Monday PrriSIOIAN ANDrSIJRGEON lieved that he was the prime mover and SECODisxjaCT D S GocbeyFriday faraslhaye been informed no person appeal to the protection of the court for Coffee was only tool suiis wnien are aoout aaxoiiows dius a inliis hands HAZEL GREENTKY V after TndSonaay A X Linton Saturday Couch was cut in three places undeitEe has ever intimated that either Mount a guard to keep froni being mobbed after 2Dd Mondavi Hiram Hoskins father of Josrah Hos- Â¬ or Di JM Rooerts gave John- Â¬ left nipple and in the left arm heltlier servicesto the people of Yjplfe Pursifull Tho Appointment Made Third Distkict J W Horton Wedries Offers for molest- Â¬ kins and Jjallinger Calloway father-in- son the slightest provocation of which hurt much and an ugly gast anddjoininggcounties dar after- - 1st Monday Wr T Tompkins Sit Sterling fJazettej some that were law ot Andrew J ohnson were at the time on the left side of the head rather Qser ing them It is said by TiesdaV after Srd Monday present that Hoskins and Johnson had on the grand jury and were excused as Gen James F Robinson has been ap the eye This wound bled profusely vFamesSnencer Wed Foueth DJTKXCTr Koine words and that Hoskins had his I suppose at their own suggestion from pointedycoliector of internal revenue for and weakened him very much oeforelhr nesday after 5rd Monday- - Isaiah Spencer pistol and Lewis Hollingsworth while others who TnursdayaSex 3rd 3Iondav it Haddbc He was PHYSICllN A2S SIliGE0Ti C present drawn contradict Johnson were further service the grand jury and made tlie Lexington district competitor Capt Reed arrived and stoppedhis own pistol C Eikhis JFriday FirrJlfifKfc--and Was placed on will Was shot In the back with strongest and Blackburns fter fna Sndaf rw LahsawfSarurday Tend irsHii nrofeasional services- toithe-ciliihis friends assembled at Johnsons dwel its foreman This man Lewis Hollings- - withdrew in that gentlemans favdr- - a 32 which Couch wrested from After 2nd Mondav ling house in Pineville in arms were at worth came into my law office much in Thereforeit is but just that he should in the round The ball turned aidewjstT flfririj TJwrffifi SfSJtRosL Siitnrdav aft izensw Wolfe and adjoiningcouiitics Tr cr the polls next morning in arms ana no toxicated the night before this difficulty have the place since Blackburn failed to before it struck Haddix striking near the S irnvtrfAW Offiica at residence off Broadway- - jf and said to me that the republicans in-Â¬ secures it Gen Robinson is the son of cross of the suspenders and scarcely HAZEL GREENKY About the last day ofr that term of the tend to morrow to bulldoze the demo- Â¬ the late ex Gov James F Robinson and more than buried itself m the fleatL EiSHTii BifcTKlCT T TE Ternll Tuesday X after 4th Mondaj circuit court the grand jury returned an crats everywhere and beat them or kill has been a democrat since 1858 although Neither a it happened was seriously- v CojcstahXES 1st District zaciiarian iiai indictment ugamst Alr Johnson for man- Â¬ them and elect Blaine Logan and Aux he was a strong union man during the hurt We learn that both have been ar- - f B TMSiSEffiSrM gev 2nd District James Lacv 3rd District rested and will bei tried shor fcly slaughter for the killing of Dr J M Rob- Â¬ ier Mr HollingsWorth said these things war Hi nlZEL GREEN KY 4th DStrlefpAJJLgg 50 Kr went to the court in a friendly way Neither the judge erts Then Johnson Lexington Press Gen Robinson is a nor TFhat Buisa Will Do 4IL Glay idse StK Dfc Physician Surgeon and Ac Â¬ house and gave bond for his appearanceÂ¬ this commonwealths attorney knew of son of the late ex Goyenior James F Siflv jJZ at the time he was made foreman Robinson He is 53 years of age and Some years ago in the state oCenr at the next term If there was any menfo Ti1rT coucheur said grand jury of the nor do they now In alluding to Judges has for 24 years been a citizen of Lex tuCky a worthy man was COUNTY dFFTCERS otMENTFEE professional services to the peo- Â¬ tion ever made by Tenders his shooting and wounding of either Pursi- Â¬ Randall and Finley I mean nothing un ington He was born at Georgetownr drink until he was drank- - fegfiKifo T I2tg The following are the countjvpScersof ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties Either of them on the occasion was educated iu the schools of that place ium of drunkenness he went ion aaclr Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights full or Hoskins I neer heard of it yet I kind Menifee viz have been a regular practitioner in that referred would no doubt have placed and graduated at Georgetown college in murderea J M Vanarsdell County Judge the mostbar5Bro-j- 3 J Byrne the Johnson faction under arrest had 18537 5He went two years later to Iowa manner msmie in Couutv ClerkAiAI court He was carried to the Jail A T Hackntrr CirtuYreierk Andrew Johnson has been called in they not known they were powerless where he engaged in speculation in Wes- Â¬ while drunk and kept through the night HOTELS J Bingo Sheriff On Sunday May 10 1885 while re tern lands ifie returned - to Kentucky 1 Awaking in the morning and looking that section of the state a United States dermtv marshallor snecial bailiff If he turning from cnurch Hoskins JSapier after a few years and was appointed by around upon the walls andseein the barsm m lias ever been an officer of any kind L Hoskins little girl and three or four la- Â¬ his father quartermaster general anil upon tne winaow ne exciaimea j tais M AmcssoS 3LN AUisJ dont knojiv of it- fThearticles heretofore dies were entering Pineville in a wagon filled that position satisfactorily until jail cYes you arein jail answerjiid C Taylor wVittehcohcerhirigJtiiese tragedies make and in passing a little grocery house run 1864 when he resigned to enstace in a VyY - j tnv iy I n Countv Supt TbHc ScWolsi1W It1l iii u WJSir- I S GODSEY Proprietor MasteComns0leflt3VSPierce the impression that he is a peace officer bv Andrew Johnson Johnson stepped trade During the war he was a strong buincuiic inquirr mil For the earnest jrisrrcW diTHii pJiA33EA but there is no conscientious man who is from behind the building with a Win Â¬ unign man and under contract furnish 1 thQ answer With still greater astbnrsU Patronage Is respectfully solicited- from conversant with the facts that does not chester xiiliH and fired into the wagon MarmVJunc SeptembeTmdfDeccmbcr FmsT Dibtpjct Turner Spencer third everybody more especially the traveling believe that the preservation of peace among the ladies three shpts killing ed government supplies Atthecloseof l ment and earnestness he enquired Does it9 Your wifekaow MondavC C Mbuigomery fiast Wjifdnes public First class accommodations and was further from Mr Johnsons purpose Hoskins Napier and Hoskins little girl the war he became one of the propne - ray fe j tors of the Phoenix hotel After serv- tP said someone whvl it was your wife satisfaction guarantee d wrjJ t Cj dav than anything namable I think it was all of whom he shot through the headj mg several years as vice president of the vou Finvn TStptct-- J T Ariro third q Hlled On this announcement -- PIBBJTT-HOIJSE John C Hargis who is with Johnson Kentucky racing association he succeed j U dropped suddenly as if he had on Friday night before the occurrence of Thursday T F Frisbr first Friday pf and company is deputy sheriff The ac- Â¬ ed Gen Breckinridge as president and Tw- J M Adams second Thied District tliis difficulty that Judge Win Brown nik fiend Iet it be remembered Saturday Nelson Holland 4th Thursday London Ky and mysf closed a spirit- Â¬ count given in the Courier Journal o has recently been re elected to that office that the constable who carried him io HAZEL GREEN KT Combs first Fourth District rAlfred ed canvass at PineveUe in which he ad-- May 16 says that A Jolmsona younger He has been a democrat since ISoSfor a jail sold him the HquorwhkkjCaxwediii SamStacyjhirdSaljirday Satrdavt BiST2idf-G-J-Andrew Johnson and Wilburn chairman of the aemo Hale The t Frrnr Hughes 4th Friday second JOHN H PTERATT IPeoprietor ivocatea Tepuuiicarr principles ana x op Â¬ brother ofanother brother are with An number of years committee for Lexington drunkenness was onejustilgfiiSfjed present at Jolmson posed him Mr Johnson was cratioexecutive fchcr wnrrant Friday Wm of discussion m Pineville where he derw Andrew Johnson has no brother and Favette county He was elected his license and the sherill5iSM5g Mia Constables 1st TIrtrictJno L Brooksj i The tabic is supplied with the- best in our inr aviiiiBRr iad District J H Kindriclcf 3rd District and some of his f riendsplauded there-- younger than himself and I have never citv collector and held that position sey j also sold liquor ss Whitakcr 4th District J T Hed- will be Johnson heard from any other source that Wil era terms Gen Robinon was married or Juuge iirown wmen was not niarxs furnished for man and beast f Xhey Want The Kentucky Union but when John Ar Gulton and burn Johnson is with the others Lean in 1859 to Miss Mary Wheeler of Win- Â¬ le some remarks made by der Johnson a brother of Andrew is chester others applauded Poor Winchester Democrats A- mas3 meet-Â¬ HOBGAN JSOTTSE myseir lr jonnson mreuieneu w ksv Avith him and the ladies who Were in the ing in the interest of the K XT railroad Qlbntgoruery County Court Sales WEST LIBERTY KY wagon when the shooting was done on Mr Gultou out of the court house j CHURCH DIRECTORY was held at the court houseon Wednefr Mt Sterling Gazetted- One- Thomas Napier was some years Mav 10 1885 I am rehahlv informed Resolutions were re3 HAZEif tOiIieexJ 1st Sunday Mj E South JAMES K COLE Proprietor past indicted for violating theKu klux yrill testify that Leander Johnson shot Good crowd in town but there seemexl j day night last- - a committee of fivwer VT LStampcn- 2nd Sunday Presbyte adopted and I ana T l It 1 V Patronage of the traveling public respect isbitilte by taking With him one Freder Hoskins and Napier after they were dead to ee a painrui auiinessaDouc everyxmug appointee to center with the eonu aittee r1ail RevH V Mickel 3rd Sunday Chris tian Rev I 11 r alien rrayer nieeuiig Tully solicited Table always supplied with ickMaricle to the house of Thomas Kek or while dying J W Wilson auctioneer reports beÂ¬ AVedacs11avAvemnir mi iiit assaultiner ilrEellums I was Much has been written about these tween 400 and 500 cattle ou the market jhetd at Lexington on Thursday which iiiiaiuiii thebest in the market Stable attached- everv lumsand VUW - 4AVfoMi MViV JkVMi THk JluV cburch Tursoay evening at Presbyterian eiuoloved bv Keilumsto prosecute them difficulties since their occurrence which nearly all mountain stock Young vice president and Messrs H church Maricle was untrue which has no doubt been cattlebrought 2310 Avhicb I did vigorously and brought M D Megibben 1st SafdayigGArisUan Rcy J Axrati3 ni served a snort term m ine peniienuary done for the purpose of misleading pub Â¬ 3110 yearling calves 16 a head milch andThomas T J directors ofWillamTari the KTJ RPStoil 2nd Sundav L EouthKev G T Pieratt NEAR POSTOFFICE for the offense Napier made his escape lic opinion and it is just to all parties cows selling at 30 to 40 per head railroacr company were present and aub- G Ragan from Jailer Wm F Collins and went that the facts should be known Such Good xcw KA- Vhi TthiKti f KENTUCKY back to hishomeiuLee county Virginia as I have given from my own knowledge mules horses broughtgood prices slow Maytowx 2ndTnSun5Uy iLE SouthijLEXINGTOiSr on the market but sales MVncn tamper 4in ouauay vuwuau JL itev4 1884 Napier went are unquestionably true The residue- Two lots oi mountain sheep sold at BevfbOombg RATES REASONABLE Some time jn the year terminus of said road The pcopoiitio to Harlan countKentuckv And was may be taken for what it is worth and 225 per head 4 Ezel 1st Sunday Baptist BvTVZL j TY tv ftj On Monday May 11 I saw Learfder larrested there andcarriedto the jailer of lv iuuvir t feSONS xi xv raiu uuuuuueer reuurm t Givedon 2nd Sundji Christian Tie v DG H E BOSWELL Proprietors Bell county at Pmeyiile JNapier arid Johnsonj Andrew Johnson John G Har vpiir old heifers brouffht S2190 - - n 0 a- AV1UI amoTulwnfwWnTmJv Combs at its May to petition the 3faricle were by marriage nephews of gis Jbilihu Howard Brqwnlow bkidmore j steers 3295 aged mountain steers sessiop to ordercountr courtin August tb old FRiwcffKGCt lA BundaTjOCJiristxan T fttft an election Kellums Mr Kelliims came to me and and several others heavily armed with 30 heifer calves 1210 Very few take the sense of Fayette county ASBXTB PvDG Combs 2nd M E South Rev ol at told me that he did not want to prose- Â¬ Winchester rifles etc going toward good horses on the market The usual propasition of 400000 on said eounr G BJDoushertvitlL SundavPresbyterian CAMPTON KY cute Napier and that he wanted me to Cumberland Gap closely followed by number of plugs brought plug prices said roacL It for PrlbvenanRW see the judge and commonwealths attor Â¬ Sheriff Ingram who told me when he J J N Vaughn of Wolfe county sold has the purpose of building yet what step knoWn not oeen ney ancLknowof them if they would let overtookthem that they would never be 6 heifers at 24 per head and Qark wilt be made Alex J Asoury Proprietor TTir Cooflrfrd Sunday MESomff requested to makeinseeaxi B ev J J Dickev the indictment be filed away at his KeV taken unless the court would agree to 2 at 1750 Also 2 steers at 25 and 6 ing the epterprise t The table is supplied ivith the choicest lums request Myself and Josiah Hos- - give them bail J M TJnxha20v at 2305 ivlands in the market aud theclnirggsnre iwins wno waa men jaiier auu cummueu A T Patrick of Magoffinr sold 17 2 True as Gospel The Next Legislature reasonable Special1 inducements w coni so until his death called on the judge and 3 year old heifers at 2050 per re rmcrcial tourists Covington Commonwealth iand commonwealths attorney and it head 10 3 year old steers at 3295 41 The Coiintry Printer7 truthfully FOR fr was agreed that if Mr Ivellums desired steers at 2180 and 6 cows at arS What will the ncxtlerfslature of Ken-Â¬ the couny aw-Uf15 to 35 W T Prater of Ma4 tte opposition it when the court occurred and the case tucky be Will it confine itself to legit- Â¬ Inaugurate needed re- Â¬ goffin sold was called the commonwealths attorney imate business cofp heifers at 1580 Pf hss should motion it and the indictment be forms in assessment and taxation Im- Â¬ 6vearling heifers at 1210 and 4 cowsLODQINO HOUSE haveone or more offices filed away prove the common school systemt- - Keep at1560r M F Bavs also of 3Iagoffin J 0 A heffers at 2190 Pe l theff U to beat the propn- After that time Hoskins -- kept Napier expenditures within receipts anfl reduce sold 20 Co jdiee- - N E corner oth and Jefferson Newk A2n Txtvr of a 30b j I outside the jail to assist him in waiting rather than increase taxes LOEiSVILLEY Si3LSaJslleataouedoaLktIieL etor down to haJrtes and then yery Many nominations for the legislature U- on the prisoners confined therein It has 3 1 wrinfrss- Svnb rinofn The Jim Biackihirn case often have to be dunned several tames T ne nominees been a custom and a bad one of each nave already Deen maac Entrance on 5th np stairs Covington Commonwealth before paying He is condemned lfhe M Whitemak Night Clerk iailer of Bell county to keep no one close are vouched for as possessing the needed e Sure enough there was a hitch in the donJt come to prices and in the esri- 3 u ly confined charged with a misdemeanor qualifications but that is always done the public ha bdt i and many persons charged with felony and the indorsement amounts to very nomination of Capt James Blackburn i matio of are bound to respect-few nghta rEEKY GOMilEE- ffe1 WS A LIVERY STABLEs 1 they for collector of the Lexington district that have been permitted to stay outside the little ciALis xSabst exceUait Jiefrsxper It Thft nhnraptGr of the next legislature It was tne worst Kind Qt a mtcn his jail andnvork as the jailer might direct lipuQUcaun JTTtiby Hoskins will probably be determined within the commission had becimmde out but at 4 Beattyville Enterprise We learn ofj tu AfterNapierwas permitted iioaoiwwe Br jis uicraiiur iv If the critical moment a ridiculous letter I exceeding bold robbery in Irvine fist to stay outsids the jail abont his dwelling- next few days after its organization interests much attention fcrthe farjmng iDEALEB 1 Â¬ it opens the dbof for the reception of lo- - overflowingithshallow gasconade- - writ Fndaymght Burglars entered tJi3tores lie frequently met with John-house of the State van matenalinterests of and John C Hargis nud they never cal and private bills as was done at the tenbvCaptain Jim during the war was- of David Bergman and E Coaroybjr-laor-lat- e son the growing South Princeton Banner session it will be marked bv a waste shown to President Cleveland The ores- ing off the locks They drilled Jofe ia had a ttomL Napier was a democrat flfrf Swtim - 2irLftteSJraiJri On the mornins of the November elec-- of time nYmoTiRv MAn disregard ofTuh- - idents first motion was to ascertain if i Bergman safe anL using vBaaHte - r SpecbBQpis mnilea free interests It on the other- hand it the- letter was genuine Its genuineness blowed itopen They got tlureeifeVs tionViSSf jviich was the second day of lie t i t anmji nil r w rnpcw nijn iAvim liiiTiiiiLtii iT- - UlAlMt no xi ibiiu tva rr Qfl m wiAWfiv summ usj9wvpi--v- mr ix utvii c JOHST R HLTSHLAP dv ii2iittULiLtJ a the Bell cir- TAcnmrnr core uc mnn nonnnsna it MOTJJnT STERLING KY ii the November term 1884 of WSmi cuit- court aboufll oclock I was sitting comb bills in which the ueonle outside j The subiect vas then considered at a from Benfman and about GJ5EX HEskLP imd COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE in my office about sixty yards from the at a nnrrow loealitv have no interest cabinet nieetinsr and it Ws aetermined i Conror-- The jeport otih Hazei i ThafireekiylNJirBid Commercial will courthouse entertaining tlie judge com whatever we mnv hone for a brief and i br a unanimous Vote that it would be I was heard but people1 ihemgfa itwaa XIALTY offie j economical session creditable to mem- - injudicious to appoint the writer of such some fellow shootiDg g this monwealths attorney pro iem and gr Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati HonJasvH TJnsley when I liearda bers and nserui to the state a ietrer to an imppiumy puuuu poaiuuu xaing ior amrfrf torlJi 51 -- 4 Vi 1m r T iniinnn r r ropa the direction in The people have passed judgement lip-- Thereupon Bbaekburns commission was IOK33S me andj rJsnred JhaT thejvfll receive jgreatinoxpmingf Job prmttsccn-Ietter-JeafciU-- r vhlch Andrew JbhngOiis grocery is o-- on the legislature - Very few of theJold revoked reveryattention5SBewaTeredj leaf- groomed we were constrainea jo suggest xnat neaas envelopes nana oiu n v nWVJkJ-sK-Tipitflvv nni1 hpdded Soliciting vour custom I re-- cateo ajnusoon airerwara Aiiurew j onn- - members will bo returned- -- net the injilTi o ggfcie- Wnflv1-iJw-y2- J thissehseless- - bltfodrtMrsty letter wasa and promptly execlitecTfit this ol 5 Hargis led a coluSinxdf coming legislators takevarhing v 1 soiiandjjphn ri Yours fiTTy JpHNiKEEF main lEw9IP- arMmi vmi3iiji T TIM T - HAZEL GREEK WOLFE COUNTY KT WEDNESDAY j - MAYf g 188S T HTJMBBRKw 1 EOFErONiI THE BELL VENDETTA JOHN-SON-HOSKI- house-hallooin- NS fhi - 1 al P - t J- - k -- -- r0Ylo -- ie r- - 7 T -- n7l -- te - tKo fr TSWratA - A Lm VV CljtrktWm Sherifflii rViG ii-IS uon-resi-den- ts -- SgS1 Â¬ - Â¬ D - -- -- -- Â¬ f BJaSttJlb -- H - liaa iii J B Jth-flDisliiet- -- -- -I-n-lhttSr -- -- ZJtzrrJJ1t jeieirrrrrcrrNFrisBy rrrM rj c DAY HOUSE - -- - -- - ui mutr Ri 1 -- - mi-rnron- e-7 -- - - Bt - - - A I 4Jbfc V ASHLAlf HOUSEr J NvJ -- -- - FIRST-CLASS ri TnbM twf0i Vk - j- - -- L I --- - - HOUSE T Z T Good Reaiaifi it V1 62-vear-o- ld - raiciii rr -- -- - Yf-zzsrrr rtl 1 Pf f TnSf uevd - t- - - -- IJj - - ci JOHN XEEF 1 -- -- -- FIEHOBSES 1 - -- 1- 3 - 1 ir jTmb -- 3-s iKJni-owraMrero- - jroraptIy5xeetMsatthisoffice TBIITTOFrLL flSa4aieP45riJ4l VillJLcuvITA sTT-v- I -- - -- T-1 - 3 r - r -- 1v- i - i - 7Hfe - -- r - rK - -- - S - hJ SS--HS--4 t- is r - 5ij--isr-v- a 9fCIl A -- - v - Jway 33- - i55s - sZ t lV tf C l--H ffesssssmsSSSSSSiSi BBMRS -- t S953STr59lS -- WtWWBBwiai -- itoti tf it-- f - hH au - 5 ivJr - -r- ipd-vViP-f - -- - 71 SESS VV THE HERALD SLOO iMfke salest i temsmit money by alHs Iky Tc664 letter posi ofilce inon ep drfta tGiacinaatL 31oney sent our risk 3n tkis wy viil le HAZEL GREEN HIGH SCHOOL Annum9 PerAdvance Aiwyin COOPER ier SPECEB -- Editob MAY 27 1885 HAZEL GREEN KY - c 7EINESDAY i 6xd Paiered at the Hazel Green postofSee elass miil matter3 I J triife ch issue It is tlierefore THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM In Eststera Kentucky and the rates are e Kly aTOHt utl these charged by others wklck xs local family Beyrapapess do not ailiouiiand peo j H H Pi Hi A 5I every week and its circulation is I oare t THE HliJiALi ASKOUXCEMEXTS W are autliorized to announce D S GOBSEY as a candidate for representa- Â¬ tive from the district composed of the counties of Montgomery Menifee PowÂ¬ ell and Wolfe subject to action of the democratic party liVe are authorized to announce Dr F M THOMAS an independent republican candidate to represent the legislative dis- Â¬ trict composed of Montgomery Menifee Powell and Wolfe counties We aclcnowlfdge an invitation from Prof John Jay Dickey of the Jackson high school to he present at the closing exercises of that school eomjncneeraent Exercises Thursday and JPxiday Xi lits May SI and S3 The commencement exercises of Hazel Green high school began on Thursday night of last week A large number of people from a distance were in attendÂ¬ ance besides the friends and patrons in the Immediate neighborhood of Hazel Green Throughout the two nights en-Â¬ tertainment every scholar evidenced the excellent tutorage under which they had been for the laset ten months Prof Hays has shown himself a superior teach- Â¬ er and as such should if possible be re-Â¬ tained for another year In fact words are inadequate to express what he has done for many of the scholars in attend ance We had pointed out to us young men who two years ago scarcely knew the multiplication table that have un- Â¬ der his able management mastered high- Â¬ er algebra first course in latin first years course in German and have passed the examination highly satisfactory to Bev E P Mickel who was selected as a disinterested examiner In fact many instances of a like char-Â¬ acter were pointed out when the child as lateas ten months ago did not know a letter of the alphabet who on this occa- Â¬ sion came before the audience with well studied recitations and delivered them in a manner that would put tov blush old- Â¬ er scholars in other schools His svstem is a rigid one but certainly a successful one as there is nothing so like success as success and he has certainly made a suc- Â¬ cess of this school and all the scholars Tttr TTpr rTt aims to work for the best interest of her readers in all things and in view of the fact respectfully suggests to the school patrons that if Prof Hays is allowed to seek another field of employment his like will be hard to find Be-Â¬ low we give the programme for the first nights entertainment vhich was opened with the Lords prayer by little Annie Patrick eight years of age TUe A was in everyway considered a disinter Â¬ ested judge He heard the examination of each of the recipients in fact of all the scholars and was therefore more capable of juddng the merits of each than an outsider More especially was this the case owing to his scholarly atffin w men ts Those who failed to receive medals should persevere We do not remember to have recived any thing of the kind while we went to school except perhaps an occasional award which the teacher handed uwith a ferule and now look at us a country editor with barrels of money to get with which to pay what we owe To those not receiving medals it is but just to say as Prof Hays so aptly remark-Â¬ ed on this occasion that those receiving medals may never be heard of again while if you persevere you may come to the front in the busy walks of life head and shoulders above those who have beaten you in the race for a trophy Carl Mize only 9 years of age and 2 years younger than any one in his class- Â¬ es stood first in general examination in punctuality aud deportment On gen- Â¬ John Patrick a prominent merchant eral examination there was only one half per cent in his favor over Wille Day 11 of Magoffin county was in town yester- Â¬ years of age hence both were awarded day and purchased the handsomest line of goods from J T medals F Day ever taken to that county His store is at the mouth The best composition in our humble opinion and with due deference to the of Wheel rim fork of Johnson feelings and opinions of all others was Breens liniment is pronounced by all prepared and read by Miss Lou Giimore who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ of Hazel Green edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruis- Â¬ LillieDajr during the 10 months sesÂ¬ es etc Sold by J T F Day sion only missed eight words in her spell- Â¬ ing lesson and she was closely crowed by several others who only missed 10 and Valuable Farm for Sale Resolved That the temporary organiza Â¬ tion of this convention be made permanent Resolved That I W Mapel of Powell county J M Kash of Wolfe county J J Byrne Shelby Kash M A Phillips and J c uay oi jaemiee county oe secreuuea delegates to this convention no representative heingpresent from Montgomery county Resolved That we approve of the time and place of holding this convention which pro- Â¬ ceedings were read and unanimously adopt ed The chair then declared nominations to be in order whereupon J M Kash in an ele- Â¬ gant manner placed the name of Hon D S Godsey of Wolfe before the convention which nomination in a happy and felicitous manner was ably seconded by I W Mapel aud J H Williams No other nominations being made on motion the call of the coun- Â¬ ties was dispensed with and Hon D S God sey was unanimously declarecLthe choice of the convention and he being notified ap- Â¬ peared in the convention andin a feelingand impressive way pledged fealty to democratic principles victory perched upon her ban uers and gracefully accepted the trnrf con- nacu to nrs care On motion it was resolved that the pro-Â¬ ceedings of this convention be pnblished in The Hazel Green Herald Licking ValÂ¬ ley Scorcher aod Sentinel Democrat J M OLIVER Chairman J J Byrne Secretary Â¬ I ifrTTfi- - tt 1 r ni wn If II li ipv 1 mMjJi The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KING These springs are located three quarters i 1 LYTLIKac DEALERS IN a j i - - of a mile from the beautiful town of Hazel Green Tha water contains a larger per centage of iron than any other water known hence it is the most valuable in the cure of heir to and for which this wonderful water 13 96 W Puari 8H0EUilRE- ft CDJOINJHATI 6 - STJ disease used internally or externally Among the many diseases which flesh is known to be a positive and permanent cure are the following importers nd Jobbmr 1 timonials which have been tendered as to the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money spent there for the health arid strength I now enjoy A gentleman of IBinois says I think the water of Swango Springs did me more good than all the nostrums I have ever tried I will certainly be withyou acrain next spring References IL Smith J G Trimble P L Beese Mt Sterling Ky F M Hinkle Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SE3N DISEASES SCROFULA CA-TABBH RHEUMATISM NEUBALGL4 WSBrC VOUSNESS We append a few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ - IS dneensware - mA r- GlasswareG N j W car Pnri Watai Cincinnati O CO LEON MARIS t -- -- J THUllSDAY NIGHT Duet Three Bell Polka Miss Lucinda If our fanners can hut realize what is Kash and itrs Hays The Hours class best for them they will bring stock to Song Come Birdie Come Mrs Hickell Hazel Green on Wednesday the 10 th day Susie Ladd J M Lyttle and James Swaugo or June to sell Our last sale was a suc- Â¬ Temperance Play Class Recitation The graves of the Presidents cess and of course this will be but a rep Â¬ Carl Mize o etition of that success on a grander scale Song Esther Wilson Rainbow class The JoHnny Schmoker class Victor Hugo the great French poet Becitations The Existence of a God smd novelist died in Paris Prance last Chas Hieronymus Heverence for Our Native Land RobL Greenwade Evening Friday His was truly a busy life spent Farm James Swango Dangers of Ourat theÂ¬ Prosin a business way His glory belong- Â¬ perity Charlie Swango Son Some Day Ill Wander Back ed to no party but to all men and Again Harry Deane George H McClain France mourns his loss as she never beÂ¬ Misses Lue Godsey and Lucinda Kash Drama TheTubn of the Tide fore mourned the loss of man Jonas Aldrich a fisherman Allies Lyttle Hugh St James Swango If there arc any of the school children CaptEllsworth Morris Col Jasper A Cox whom we have overlooked in our notice Herman Clyde Kelly B Day Bowie knife Jack Willie Swango of the entertainment they will please Sling shot Rube Willie Murphy notify us before our next paper goes to Pepper a colored individual Henry Godsev Aunt press because at is so hard to tell which Susie Jiebecca AldrIchMrs Mary Nickefl Aldrick the ocean waif Susic Ladd is best where all are good that ive may Lillian Lacy Clydes deserted wife Lou Gillmore have omitted of the best unthinkingly Frisky Belle Adams Duet Mountain Schottische Lucinda Andrew Johnson the Bell county des- Â¬ Kash and James Swango In the above play each and every one perado an account of whose hellishness played their parts well but without dis- Â¬ we gave last week has by the advice of that paragement to any Adjutant General Castleman surrender- tor amateurs Mrs one we must say God- Â¬ Nickell Henry ed to the civil authorities Bell county sey Misses Lou Giimore and Belle Ad-Â¬ 13 like Bowan torn by feuds and factions ams exhibited more than ordinary talent While the citizens are most of them in their respective parts hospitable and excellent people there is Farce Thirty Minutes for Befreshments Jas a n vicious and turbulent element who are John Downley hisbachelor servant Swango Clarance Fitts colored constantly keeping things in hot water Henry L Godsey John Foxton John Amyx Clias Hieronymus Major Pepper V S A Mt Sterling Gazette The Herald Mrs Foxton Mrs MaryNickell wants a bank with a capital of 75000 Miss Arabella Pepper a maiden lady Susie Ladd at Hazel Green Our friend Cooper must be getting flush Send your money to Polly waiting maid at Highland Station- Sallie Gourley ns Spencer we have just bought a new FRIDAY NIGHT safe and want something to go in it We The second nights entertainment con- Â¬ want io xaie a trip zo uanaaa anynow 2sTo no thats not it But we did sisted of compositions by the ladies and speeches by the gentlemen interspersed think that if we had a bank here we with songs one of wnich The Old Inn might borrowsomething Use your in- - Sign in which Miss Sue Godsey a grace-Â¬ -miece tbefdfere and get one started up ful young lady and a good singer of Ha-Â¬ zel Green took part struck us as being here peculiarly sweet Song O Restless Sea Sentinel Democrat Now Spencer dear Kash Belle Adams and Mr Misses Lucinda J Miles Lyttle go soak your feet and take a dose of liv- Â¬ The Building and Rulingof the Republic er medicine aud lets agree that we will I J Profitt Hazel Green Ky No farther seek Ms merits to disclose The World in which we live Miss Willie Or draw his frailties from their dread abode S Ladd West Liberty Ky Song Walking down Broadway Miss Belle We have soaked them Capt Ton and Adams now we advise the city council of your The Changes of Time W B Swango place to quarantine your own cow hide Stillwater Ky The Pilgrims Miss Sally Gourley Beatty tppliers provided that body can find in the ville Ky y Song the Old Innign Miss Sue Godsey sacred precincts of Mt Sterling a lot suf Mrs Mary ficient to enclose them We do not want and James Nickell ajid Messrs H F Deane Swango cholera to visit Mt Sterling this summer Passing Away Kelly B Day Hazel Green i and her premises should be disinfected Ky Kentuckss Hlustrious Dead II F Deane Lexington Ky Soiree Polka Mrs Hays and James Swan Do not forget that two weeks from to- Â¬ Peek-a-BoÂ¬ Â¬ A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board HABBISON SWANGO 12 words c address Hazel Green Ky Or this office In the German class the percentage I offer for sale the farm known as the was Mrs Nickell 97 Charlie Swango 97 Holdcrby place AN ELEGANT STEM WINDING SILVER Harry Deane 97 James Swango 100 NICKEL Containing Acres The Latin class stood Mrs Nickell 91 lying miles below Hazel Wiss Willie Ladd 90 K B Day 92 H Green on the state road This farm has on it F Deane 93 Miss Sally Gourley did not read her A Good 2 Story Frame Dwelling containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din composition owing to ill health ing room There is a good well ot hne wa- Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield an abun- Â¬ The following by 13 of the children dance of pure stock water an orchard of was one of the best things of the first 65 bearing apple tree3 of assorted winter night and was loudly applauded by the and summer iruit young and thrifty jjood audience and with all due barn and out buildings about 1C0 acres of respect to the older scholars the children bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 is now in corn 60 acres of deserved as much praise one and all as acres of which land and the remaining 263 improved table any one concerned in the first nights acres timbered of which 163 acres is coverperformance In addition to the follow- Â¬ ed with very finest oak and poplar soil ing they performed the character song rich and productive and underlain with Johnny Schmoker as well as we have ev- Â¬ Fine Bituminous Coaii er seen it upon the stage Little Esther Price 3500 14 cash and remainder in JElyjygtJLJ ftp JyWMB Wilson not quite eight years of age sang one and two years Possession given at to the once on reasonable terms Persons desiring the character song Peek-a-Bo- o to purchase can call on H C Hemdon or delight of the audience W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under-Â¬ SIGN THE PLEDGE signed at Stanton Powell county Ky Ky Cloth in Si AND CLOTH HOUSE S W COX PEARL AN3 YENS STREETS 423 ter WATCH FREE The Waierbury CINCINNATI X J P ROGERS a - WITX By-the-w-ay Louis Stix XMTOKTEBS AXD Co JOSBXHi Or Â¬ Dry Goods and lotions Tetrd Each Ain Tj2fI03C STMaCTS CINCINNATI O Anna Patrick S ee the little ones are coming Wille Day May 27 18S5 I TV MAPEL Fonvard in the temperance tight Hear our little voices pleading Oh give up the drink to night BUY YOUR MATHIAS PRISEN I Esther Wilson G n our songs and recitations This grand end we have in view We ourselves are stanch abstainers Such we want to make you too azing on us as we stand here Young and fair from drink chains free Which of us would you be willing In the drunkards ranks to see erchant Tailor where NOTIONS OF James Day LoulieDay N one we thiuk we hear you saying But O fathers mothers dear If we follow your examples Shall we shun or like the beer T reading in your footsteps shall we Sober temperate happy grow Will you not for our sakes banish That which causes sin and woe Carl Mize H arken how the widows waitings How the orphans cries ascend Drink made widows drink made orphans Will you still the drink defend Etta Swango E arnestiy your children ask you Join our noble temperance band Help to chase the fearful monster From our devoted land Clarance Day P ut your names to our grand pledge roll Vow youll never taste again That which fills sad hearts with anguish Homes with weeping graves with slain Nanuie Greenwade L et our pleadings be successful As we earnestly beseech All who hear us to consider The great lesson we would teach Mortie Swango E very drunkard that we pity As we meet him in the street Once like us was young and happy Till sin snared his heedless feet Deairing to wind up my business I have decided to present a splendid watch cut as above and as GOOD A TDIEKEEPER as many which sell for 5000 to each of my old friends and customers who will come Clean Eepair and Press Old Suits forward and pay off their notes amounting was for Between Race and Ylne Cut patterns c and will guarantee satis- to lioQO or over provided the notein busi- Â¬ of me while faction in every instance Soliciting your merchandise inbought that all may be accom- Â¬ ness And order CINCINNATI OHIO work I remain Yours trulv modated I will discount the watch price Arisen 350 in proportion to those whose notes 3PKJLPTSX I2C are less than 2500 This offer is good until June 1st Call on or address MAYTOWN KY I have opened a shop at the above place I will Make Suits to Order mathias LHIRMMAHMOR iOi W Pearl St r Â¬ FOR SALE House and Lot LN MAYTOWN KY The house is a bcxed frame two storys hujh and contains six rooms with kitchen There is a half acre of ground attached which is set in A Variety of Fruit Trees Hazel Green Ky W T CASKEY W- - O MIZE H F PIEBATT TYPE JLQS Tine Strtet CiwtiwwaK Obi CASKE 1 PIERATT fe yrft4 in The type oc wiisa this the above tonadrjr SDtrog Hv a f ALLISON 9nr SMITH Wholesale and Retail Berries e GIRIOIOIEIRIS HAZEL GREEN KY E E ROBERTS vnsw A never failing well of excellent water in the yard This property will be sold very reasonable Apply to Or this office J P LOQKHARTi Maytown Ky Flour VISIONS OF ALT KINDS Bacon Lard SaltPRO Canned Goods Coffee Sugiir Teas Syrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oiis Wooden and Tinware- In fact - Carter Bros WHOLESALE Co- - R A CHILDERS MAYTOWN Y Takes the lead in Low Prices with every- Â¬ thing you need in the way of- GROCERIES DRY OGODS I NOTIONS Lillie Day Minnie Day All Drank at first in moderation Till he knew not where to stop Bertha Childers G od save us from ever tasting God help you dear friends to see That alone in total abstinence There can total safety be E ach has brought her letter with her Heed oh heed these words of light Drink with U3 heavens sparkling water D readful truth he did as you You who take your little drop BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Hardware Drugs jBlour Bacon c c j5Give us a call and be convinced that you can buy more goods from us to the Dol- Â¬ lar than at any other house in the moun Â¬ 729 731 sua 735 tains We also desire to buy a number of John A Carter James G Carter Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay D A Forllne MAIN STREJEr the highest market price Jo C Bethel LOTHSYrLLE KY J G Carter Jr J EVERYTHING YOU NEED Dry Coeds and Motions FEANK TYIBB HAZEL GREEN KY Sievers Carson than any house in Maytown jCSHorse Shoeing aSpecialty Buggies Company Country produce taken in exchange for wagons and all kinds of Fazn Tools made 637 W Mat Stmxt ana repaired in the best manner goods R A CIHLDEHS ISSMoney is what I want and I will give MOEE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH BLACKSMITH J T PIBEATT HAZEL GREEN KY h j WITH PL are Hardware f s s 3FjhL J- T jRS1 Jd day is the day set apart for our next stock sale and be certain to be here We hear that several men from distant parts of the eountry will be present aud it will certainly be a day long to be remembered in Hazel Green If you would see the biggest crowd ever assembled in the mountains and the largest number of stock ever seen in Eastern Kentucky be certain to be here that day Do not be deceived by any one who is false enough to try and deter you from coming but come nd see for yourself I The 3Iountains J A Cox Hazel Green Ky Boyst Miss Belle Adams Hazel Green Kv Song The Bell Gjbes Pinging for Sarah Miss Belle Adams Idleness and Ignorance J M Lyttle Gill more Ky My Present Past and Future Mis3 Lou Gillmore Hazel Green Song Little Chloe Mrs MaryNickellMiss Belle Adams James Swango and J Miles Lyitle Luck and Labor W Murphy Mize Ky The Journey of Life G W Haney Caney creek Song Behind the Parlor Door J Miles Lyttle The March of Intellect John S Amvx Hazel Green go the pledge After making a short speech on the tyranny of Ing alcohol he was admitted into the band The class then congratulated him all singing Real temper Â¬ ance boys and girls Â¬ Â¬ MAYTOWN Y Sign oh sign the pledge to night At the end of the recitation Clarance Day HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY 2ESMakes and repairs all kinds of Farming Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Wa- Â¬ Tools Buggies and Wagons called for signers and while the class sang gons c Makes plows hoes c Satisfac- Â¬ Sign To night Charlie Swango personat-Â¬ Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten- Â¬ tion ing an old drunkard camefoward and signed tion guaranteed in all cases BLACKSMITH T DAY E J ROGERS ITJISYXLLi KY TIT mm H GILLI BLACKSMITH COMBS McOOUD it AYDELOTT irHOUKALX unrit j w HATTERS LOUISVILLE XT D B GREEN TTTTJC s s J DEALERS I2T K VAUGHN Marshal and Genera Detective MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in COMBS VAUGHN I WHITE 9EE1N 615 HUEFAKEX fcJi l S v- - A fire in Sullivans printing office iu Cincinnati last Thursday caused the death of lTpersons It was thought that only 5 women who jumped from the fifth story window were killed but when the fire was subdued so the firemen could enter it was found that 10 dead bodies lay in a heap on the fifth floor and one onhe fourth floor There were 6 who jumped from the windows and were kill Â¬ ed and a man after saving the lives of 2 cwomea by Jetting a rope from the roqf was himself killed by the burning of the Little Things Mrs Mary Nickell Ezel Presentation of the medals Farewell song class 2TOTES any part of the country and guarantees sat Isfoction in every case where employed Tlio 3istrict Convention at ITrenchburgr Orders by mail promptly attended to Give Mr GodBeyan Unanimous Nomi Â¬ nation as Our Uepresentativo HE GOT THERE ELI The advanced class composed of the following members Mrs jSTickell Miss wiuie uaua imss Jieiie Aaams Miss Lou Giimore J A Cox Miles Lyttle K B DayH F Deane Willie Murphy John Amyx Willie Swango I G Proflifc Charles Hironymous and G W Haney stood at an average of 95 100 being per- Â¬ fect in algebra grammer history and -- physiology - jtfaXT - same rope before he reached the ground This was Mr Sullivan brother of the proprietor of the printing works The fire originated by the explosion of agaso--llin- e stoves on the second floor The jftmes entered the elevator chute which is next to the stairway and all chance of secapewas thus cut oS 1 L G Proffit and G W Haney pre-parea tneir speecnes in toto wnue the other young gentlemen had more or less assltance from Prof Hays Jasper A Cox and John S Amyx deserve great creau ior tne promt ess tney nave made in the two vears and to a looker on in Ven ice Charley Hironymous mads about as good a recitation as any of the boys against him The medals were awarded upon the recomendation of Bev E P Mickel who - The district convention persuant to a call for the purpose of selecting a demo- Â¬ cratic eandidate to represent the legisla- Â¬ tive district composed of the counties of Menifee Montgomery Powell and Wolfe in the next general assembly met in the court house at Frenchburg on the 22nd day of May 1885 J M Oliver chair- Â¬ man of the Menifee county democratic committee called the meeting tOi order at 1 oclock p m and in a brief manner stated the object of and congratulated the assemblage on the indications of harr mony about to prevail W I madeMapel moved that J M Oliver temporary chairman j no other be nominations being made the question was put and prevailed J J Byrne was elected temporary secretary On motion of J H Williams amended and seconded by I W Mapel the chair appointed J H Williams J M Kash L W Mapel John C Day and M A Phillips as a committee on organization credentials and resolutions who having retired and vv acted reported as follows I have for sale several hives of fine Italian Bees which are hearty and thrifty honer maker8 Persons wishing to buy can call and see them or order by mail All orders promptly attended to M G DUNAWAY Maytown fT For Sale Italian Bees AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cor Main and Marion Streets CAMPION KY- - General Merchandise Wfcolteole Deoters m R L White y J B Green JAHmfiakerj Boots and Shoes Wwt 3a Oknm LOTJISYILLi K - E YOUNG Wholesale and Retail Insure Your Properly IN THE OLD JOXULMl F McGUIHE HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at the head of Low Prices with ev erything you want in GROCER AND D2AUER IN Wiiicli deals in Bailable FHQEiXllSUIUigEGWiY of HAerrcatD coax DJRY GOODS MOTIONS Boots Shoes Hats CIotMnfr GROCERIES HARDWARE DRHQ3 FLOUR BACON Thn mntiPT mtf r ju rf - c VS J T k anil mw 1 jc wis a xj vijutfldB jus jajsxx uurtcijjuuus than anyother house in towh wTiatv T Tsrank find i - dZ PBOH Wines and Liquors LEXINGTON KX Indemnity NOT CHEAP INSURANCE Tin Tried and Fk SAYE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP Cash Capital S2000000 H C HBaNDCgC Amkt YHCHAZKLCWfjEilHEJUULa Ax l2nxm99KT iMujhemtxmm r Derate to ft awr Eaatera Kialwky sse THE BEST THX CHXAPBBT Tt iL goods - Country produce taken in exchange for M NICKELL DAYSBOROUGH h - F McGTJIRE SY - azz4 to ar Jwr W VtjuHK J- - sr jjSs V-s-- - - Sfc MMM0MlA Si - i V v-- iW U arlffin r L J v mm 3K 3 1i - ir 5Psr 1 eJt Wv4 - - jshs Vw mm jj555Erj - JS THU HERALD SLOO Per Annum Alwy In Advance jaxe Menlfoe ICagoSn Fow K Elliott EsdlL Perry wtAEtojZ In iiict t every point ia fke aaoantains Ifaite for terms to ageati c Xof--ftlimi- MrWyrt a 0rrtodeat in ever m tke OttmtkfeC Wolfe foteicy F Uaiaral TtME TABLE art Sarfk Atiafic Railway timf miawtee slower ife asse- - Mt No 1 Xo Cincinaati and Louisville 3so S eonneciat Kt Sterling with 1105 a m train or C O from the East and 136 p jn train from Louisville and Cincinnati ijuMoHtf ornery county court day special leaves Hoth srell on the 3rd Monday in each month at 7i30 a m arriving at Mt Sterling Mt Sterling at9 a nt Eeturning---leave- 8 fr8 a xu Xt Siriin Jts Bterlisg At 140 p m at- 2oi 3res at XLotSrw ell at 320 p m rjyes 5o 4lrrefi Xotiivell at 545 jp ja arrives Mt SterHaf at 530 in 2 eoaaeets xtMt Sterling with 1105 a 2o trains on C O railway m sad l57ry for Lexingt - 7 kwMt 3fer1ig tsu a ttferell st 8409 x in 21cTBotlnrell at m Sterii sa arriving arrives at 3p mamvinr at Leaves BothweJl for XL Sterling at 5 pm GEO B HARPER Supt C JBoQxweH at 430 p m HAZEL CREEK KY WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1885 little village Bev D G B Demaree presiding el organised representa TteiJoried 1y Special Correspondents from der of the M E church south has been The S T A is the All Points in the Mountains holding a protracted meeting at Poplar tive of tlis greatest of works one which Grove beginning on the 9th and ending Lost Cause so Ions can never become a TTolfo County on the 17th inst preaching two sermons 1200 intelligent school as the more than BED BIYEE per day Bev W B Bagan lent a help- Â¬ men and women who are actively inter Â¬ Grass and wheat look well ing hand Their eflorWwere crowned ested in the ST A are faithful to their high trust I The next meeting of the There are three cases of measles in our with great snecess Thirty nine members were received into the church eighteen S T A is to be in Lexington Ky July icommunity whom were baptised by effusion It jviore tnan vo coun- Â¬ 2na 4tn inclusive new nouse is of Worx on Allison is said to be one of the best if not the ties have promised delegations Teach rapidly progressing icoses best meeting ever held at this place ers show your strengthl No opposition There are several cases of whooping The people were well behaved for which can withstand the united efforts of the they received the commendation of the 1200 who have resolved not to rest until cough in this vicinity Kentucky stands fully abreast the most Hawkeye Wm Allen of Breathitt- is visiting elders advanced in this enlightened age Every his children at this place man and woman whose name appears in John H Pieratt of Hazel Green paid GRASSY CREEK the Proceedings of the next meeting of us a flying visit last week the S T A i3 to be held in memory There was more corn planted in this James Cecil is very ill Wm Yocum sr who has been con-Â¬ by Kentuckians for many generations neighborhood this year than ever before fined to his room for some time is now School men and women resolve to make able to be out again LACY CBEEK the self sacrifice needed to enroll your names in this moble array warring against J D Kose sr made a business trip to Our citizens are well pleased with The yice and ignorance Be with us July Campton last Friday Herald Quite a number of them are 2 4 See The railroad companies have Mrs A H taking it and several more might be in- Â¬ We are sorry to say nobly responded to our ealli The people Lacy is on the sick list that duced to take it of Lexington have tendered to you greatQuite a number our citizens of West J T Steele Bose Liberty was the present engaged inofpeeling poplarare at ly reduced rates of living Everv intelli logs iastifriday gent lover of Kentucky observes youl guest of J M which they intend to ran down the Lick alr Thurman of Bullitt county Ky ing river next winter Do you love the children Strengthen their love for you by responding to the was here Saturday on professional busi- Â¬ Our constable Jesse M Oldfield de-Â¬ call the times make upon yon for devo- Â¬ ness serves much praise for the arrest of Buck tion to our cause 5000 programmes Misses Ella Cecil and Dora Samples send for a copy and get ready for the were the guests of Miss Euroie LacVj last Caywood who was tried some three years ago in the Wolfe circuit court and sen- Â¬ work Send for Proceedings of last Saturday meeting to understand the tread of af-Â¬ Miss Ollie Goodwin one of Ezeis fair-Â¬ tenced to eleven years in the state pris- Â¬ fairs Christian teachers pray that we est flowers was visiting relatives and on for the murder of Esther Oldfeld onÂ¬ this creek and immediately after the trimay understand our duty and clare to do friends in this vicinity last week al he Caywood escaped from the Mt BOBT D AlitiEN it are looking much better Sterling jail and has since that time Wheat crops President State Teachers Association since the recent rains and we presume been at large until last Monday when 10 1S85 rcnndale Ky May Â¬ j The State Tac3iers Association How can we better celebrate the 4th of July 1885 than hj a grand demon stratiG of our enthusiEStic devotion to the sacred cause of Public Education CQKKESPOftDEffOE EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS COUNTIES- BY church on the 9th icst HarvevKeetdn efficiating We with them success in lite ana tieartuy welcome them to our The Highest Market Price Paid for s31 Xiacfiie Medicinal BootsBTerbs and Brk Bicept Mnseng vv -- 3KJ s - 1Ji J T BREEK Main Street SON r x H3va 9fr f Importers I Wholesale Prngis s3 -- - 5i - J --- ST r - - - MS Mt Sterling Ky j 4tv3E IT - ZX SriV-- t Â¬ OSBORNE Reapers iflUifuIoi The Best Most Durable and Lightest Ri Machine on tne Market Every Machine Fully Warranted Campton High SchoolClosing1 Exercises Your correspondent bj special request W 0 3Bze i having lib new nrick attended the closing exercises of the Camp house intedvennillion by a son inflaw ton high school last week of which Prof of old Vermillion himself A F Byrd is principal Owing to the fact that they have no school building Breerfs Lmiinent removes fcnots and sufficient to accomodate the people the L00ALKEWS was suspected Alfred Combs of Troublesome creek Breathitt county passed through here last week en route home from Hazel Green where he had been on business that there will be more wheat raised than Jesse Oldfield caught him in Lincoln all enlargements on horses or other stock court house had been obtained ana ample F preparations made for the entertainment No cure no par Sold hy J T Friday morning by 9 oclock the large was packed to its utmost ca- Â¬ stal court house have fine I tdll at theastock hay on June 10th Â¬ pacity thereby showing the strong hold sale lion colt the professor has upon the people I he to the highest bidder exercises were opened by singing and which Rill he sold r JEEUY PEOFITT prayer by Bev W L Stamger The declamations and essays were all that Breens liniment is certainly the best could have been desired To mention combination of remedies for neuralgia each one in turn and speak of their re-Â¬ corns pains in the back and side etc spective merits would take more time eyer produced Sold by J T F Day than I have and require more space than - Notice the advertisement this week of the HoldeTby farm for sale by I W most valuable farm in Mkpel Ifew-tbecounty and a splendid investment for the any wide awake business farmer - house Saturday night and at Grassy cbttrch agiun at 11 a U Sunday EevJT Pieratt will preach at the old Grassy church on Grassy next Satur day at 2 oclock at SoL JLongfs school Â¬ Kelly B Day went on his way on last Tuesday for a general holiday to be spent with his Uncle John Day up on the creek of Frozen the place which he lias chosen together with his cousin to We have in The Herald office a com-Â¬ angle fish by the dozen positor who is perhaps the most remark-Â¬ r able type setter known We speak of The attention of the road overseers on Mr H C Herndon who has been set- Â¬ -- you can give up Mrs James Hall pre- Â¬ sided at the organ and performed ner part well S S Combs Z T Hurst and others deserve great credit for the untir Â¬ ing interest they took in the closing exÂ¬ ercise of the school The annual address was delivered by Bev W L Stamper of Maytown Ky Prof Byrd is a self made man and deserves great credit for his wonderful achievements He is one of the young men of the mountains who will be seen and heard Campton has honored herself by the establishment of a high school that promises untold good to the people of Wolfe and adjoining Dtjstee counties t t s Some tame last summer he had the curi-Â¬ tion of their respective districts and an osity to know if a buzz saw was running appreciative people hope soon to see the itlpoked so smooth and put his hand road in at least passable condition upon it to caress it when lo 3 fingers a a thumb were Hardin Smith who is in our jail under and now holds thecut off in in twinkling He stick his afiuefor iippiihg and Liz Stricklin widÂ¬ hand and picks up the type with hisright left ow of Pate Stricklin murdered by Floyd setting an average of 4000 ems a day Â¬ Williams who is also in jail under in- He also distributes and instead of hold- Â¬ dictment for complicity with Yilliaras ing the type with the nick up he holds were married in the county jail last it in his jrigbt hand nick down and Tfidrsday distributes with his left the type coming Felix Cockrill the negro fiend was to him the same as to an ordinary com Â¬ arrested in Breathitt county last week positor with the nick up We have and was sent to jail without bail by the aubbed him our Chinese comp and put We him against the field for the time he has examining court last Saturday mentioned the case in last weeks Her worked If amr other office in the United AiiD Thus mote it be and the better States can produce his equal they will please communicate with us part in the sweet bye-and-b- ye the road between this place and Majj ting type since the 20th of March last town is respectfully called to the condi Â¬ ftsp Prof K B Hays whose school has inst held its commencement exercises has been employed to conduct many of the teachers institutes in thesurrounding counties and a better choice could not have been made by the superintendants who were so fortunate as to secure his services - - day much to the regret of a certain Henry Godsey cut his foot very badly mild eyed man with an ax about 10 days ago and has Capt Thos J Henry clerk of beenpariiallv confined to his home since court of appeals was registered at the the though for the sake of barmony he did Day house last Wednesday and returned take part in Hxq drama at the entertain- Â¬ to West Liberty Friday evening It ment on Thursdaynight last and Pep-Â¬ makes one feel good to hear the captains per delighted the audience with his ne ringhig laugh and see his bright face comicalities His dialect in that Hiss Sally Gourley one of the high especial role is first class and with a lit students left for her home at ttle training he-- would doubtless make a school en Saturday last While national reputation but Hazel Green Beattyville Gourley made many warm here Miss would be loth to spare him as friends by her lady like deportment who jhim and hope axm o seeBichard him I wish her well in the future walks of life iself again We mentioned last week that David Morse had made the coffin for Mrs NaÂ¬ than Day but we should have stated that he assisted Green Ward of this place to make it Mr Ward was em- Â¬ ployed to do the work and employed Mr Jlorse to assist him We make this corxctaon in justice to Mr Ward as his mnyfriends doubtless thoucht it strange thiatanotherBhodld be credited with his work The wife of Joseph Desha Isickell of 3aneyx inu Morgan county died at the residence of her husband last Friday morning She avas a Christian lady having been a member of the Christian church for a number of years She was the mother of 21 children 17 of whom survive her Bex T Pieratt preached her funeral on Saturday morning at 10 oclock and the burial was witnessed by a large assemblage of her friends and rel- Â¬ atives Jgwojof our citizens Judge G B Swingo and Hon W O Mize who emÂ¬ ployed Prof Hays to teach the public school at this place last fall stand reÂ¬ sponsible to that gentleman for a defi aencyxf 11540 unpaid by the patrons ofMhe school The citizens should come forward promptly and help these gentle- Â¬ is certainly men pay the amount parties reaping not justaior right for the the benefits of the school to shirk their part of the expense -- Personal Paragraphs T M Harris of West Liberty paid our town a flying visit last Sunday E B Fitch of Lawrence county has been visiting J B Taublee for several days Mrs Elsbury Little and daughter wife of Harry Littfe were in town yesterday shopping Morton Swango is visiting Logan Lin don one of his school mates living on Gill more creek this week L W 3fapel has been visiting his friends here for several days and left for his home at Stanton on Monday B C Clemens and A N Whitaker two prominent citizens of Quicksand mills were in town yesterday on busi- Â¬ ness J the entertainment Brownlow Jamison the good looking editor of the Three Forks Enterprise took in our little city lsst week and re-Â¬ turned home Saturday Mrs Dr F M Thomas is on a visit to her old home and friends at Beattwille this week while her husband is visiting his mother in Lee county she being very sick John B Phipps and wife Mrs Kate Cockrill nee Hzelrigg Mrs Harris Misses Ada Kendall and Myrtie Cole of West liberty spent several daysin town Prof N B Hays and wife accompa- Â¬ nied by Harry FDeans left for Lexing to yesterday where they expect to stay during the summer Jimmie Swango who was confined to his room several days since with fever is out again and was able to take part in it last week L Miss Willie Ladd of West Liberty who has been attending the high school at this place left for home last SaturÂ¬ aUe T- county West Virginia and lodged him in the Mt Sterling jail Your coreespondents Garkey from sr1 Cedar Bluff Va and Longfellow of Bothwell Ky seem to be very anxious Jay to know where your Grassy creek corres-ondenr is I will just say to them that Powell County am On The Wing Longfellow wish Â¬ MERPIL es to know if I lost a sack of molasses All I can tell him about that is the la-Â¬ We wish The Herald success The people are about done planting dies say I have never lost any of my sweetness from the earliest period of my corn existence down to the present time T TAT ATI James Ira Crow paid B C Mansfield Longfellow will please inform us if his 1 1 a flying visit last week wheel barrow seeds have come up yet The wheat crop in this part of the and not bother about our sack of molas- Â¬ county is a total failure ses any further Ox The Wing Henry Mansfield is still lingering in 3IAYTOWK sickness and is no better Born To the wife of Oscar Young a sawB J fromBlackburn has moved hiscreekÂ¬ girl mill Black creek to Buttons Bev W L Stamper and Y Pieratt Masingil Martin is going to put oip a are on the sick list distillery on the head of Hon W O Mize was in town last week Jrow creek on business The manager of the K IF railroad L C Gillispie formerly of Virginia is says they will have trains running to quite ill with typhoid fever Clay City by the 1st of June xobt X rancBiat John Bays of Mogoffin county is vis- Â¬ N H TRIMBLE Some of the citizens of Stanton were brother-in-laB P Dennis Mansfield sawmill iting his up at the Thomson a few days since and while sawing saw Â¬ Judge Kash of Hazel Green and Hon ed out a pike weighing 19i pounds It W B Lykins of Ezel were in town last was the largest pie ever caught at this week on legal business Dudley place Bev John F Wilson has been in town on business connected with the erection Menifee County of the M E church south at this place AND m FRENCHBTJRG The building committee for the MefJi Mrs Martha Carter Misses Belle Carter odist church had a meeting last week and and Lulie Perry of Montgomery county elected Bev W L Stamper chairman r are visiting Mrs Pierce at this place B A Childers secretary and E B May Misses Lucinda and Lizzie Kash and treasurer Cora Greer of this place wTere at Hazel Your editorial in last weeks issue with Green last week attending the closing reference to Days appointment as depu- Â¬ excercise3 of Prof Hays school ty for the state is timely A better man H Williams has in his possession a in the state for that position could not J pistol which is said to drop blood from be found one of its chambers when discharged It Rpt RV Rp vfnn oltartmd Tncnar Tnorom belonged to one of Barnetts men during and others with forcible entrv and de the existence of the Barnett Helton feud tainer which case was tried before his and was no doubt used on seveeal mur-Â¬ honor E B May mayor of the town last derous occasions week resulting in a verdict in favor of Edward Cope a voung man of this the aeiendant county employed atFarmers in Bowan Last Sabbath while Bev John Thom- Â¬ by the Bussel lumber company was at as was preaching at this place Robert tnat place on last Monday night assault Â¬ by John C Day and three others of his out by her friends to J F Hills where gang and cruelly beaten with pistols and she has been lying m a critical condition brass knucks until he was unconscious ever since At this writing she is thought Cope is a very peacable young man and to be better had had no trouble with any of the party J M Murphy of Grassy creek or any one else and he cannot imagine deputy clerk of Morgan county wasand in what reason they had to attack him town last week He says he is a stand- Â¬ The democratic convention met here ing candidate for matrimonial honors No 1 c on the 22nd to nominate a candidate to He further says he has written and made represent this district in the next legisla- Â¬ a declaration of love to every girl in the ture and was organized by making J M country and as yet has received no an- Â¬ Kash chairman and J J Byrne secretary swer Now he wants to know who will Hon D S Godsey was noninated no be the first to come forward and respond one else being before the convention Marshal Day and The gentlemanly conduct and good sense returned from West Jesse Oldfield have Virginia having in of Mr Godsey assures us that he will custody Buck Caywood who some years make a Tespectable popular and efficient ago gave Oldfields poison that re-Â¬ member In placing him in nomination sulted in her death sisterwnich Caywood for neat speeches were made by Hon J M was sentenced to the penitentiary for Kash I W Mapel and J H Williams appeal Mr Godsey accepted the nomination eleven years He took an his casefrom the lower court and while was gracefully in a short speech being disposed oby the court of appeals Toot he broke the Mt Sterling jail and fled to West Virginia where he has been ever JHorgan County since In the meantime the court of ap- Â¬ SELLARS peals confirmed the decision of the lower HAS JUST EECETVED AST IMMENSE STOCK OF Mrs Maggie Howard is recovering court Marshal Day who ia always on from a severe illness the lookout for violators of the law The farmers are enjoying the warm heard of his whereabouts and forthwith weather They all have a good stand of arrested the young blood and left him corn for a time with uncle Cush Stephens TAILOR CLOTHING The signs of the times are that there at Mt Sterling The marshal gets a re-Â¬ two wedding in this neck ward of one hundred and seventy five will be about dollars The marshal deserves great of the woods ere long Duster The notorious James Felix Cockrill credit tor this arrest 1 was captured in Breathitt county last Ycung 5Ien Kead This week and was taken before Esq Moses Lacy of this place for his examining The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar Col L M Day represented the shall Mich ofier to send their celebrated trial state and Judge Wm Lykins acted for Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric the defense Cockrill was sent to jail appliances on trial for thirty days to April 29 1885 without bail Our citizens do not mourn men young or old afflicted with nervous Bosco his absence debility and all kindred troubles Also 13TTT for rheumatism neuralcia naralvsis and WHITE OAK Complete restora many other diseases The timber is reginning to look green tion to health and vigor guaranteed JNo tS Wc are glad to see warm weather set risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al-Â¬ in lowed Write then at once for illus-Â¬ People are grazing their meadows very trated pamphlet free close in order to save their stock 4z Caskey Pieratt merchants of this We are having day weather and corn MANUFACTUBESS OF not born with silver spoons place were grass etc seems to be doing no good to be late in planting in their mouths but notwithstandingÂ¬ People are going siltheir new ground owing to the dry this fact they are now giving away aof a Fari ver plated spoon to every purchaser weather White Soap three pound bar of The fire is burning rapidly in the The soap is the very Ideal for both launÂ¬ best woods We learn that Whitt Harper dry only S cents AITD DEALERS ET had some fence destroyed last Saturday per and toilet purposes is as a present you receive pound and We must say we are always glad to re-Â¬ wit oorti Tini n clvr Tllniff -STMVn vvhifth uUr ceive The Herald We would not do you could not pernaps ouyr eisewnere fifii-nD-lAwithout it for any price so keep it for less than 50 cents How thejr can Mrl a jw etinri Jgw-yy a comin wt ejoc risafford it is a mystery but they do it all IRsFERESCES Jngde G B Sirango Haael Greea George Eke Majwm Whitt and Sarah Boberts were tlfe same It is in a measure due to adHB in any Business Man of Lexington Ky united marriage at Poplar Grove vertising in The Herald HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSOK Hazel Green Ky ADAM BAUM nil Constantly on hand a Large and wells lected Stock of jlUUUJljJ Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give him a call and he convinced that you can do s well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go w TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ey They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling devote ness I will sell my For Saie A Saw Mill my Wishing to to my time other busi Lane Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine ami Boiler a Circular Saw Edger Everything is in First class Order and will be sola at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to and examine the property Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures x TOM F ROGERS of Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky Fine Boots Shoes and Slippers HRCHAHT Hats and Caps for Spring and Summer Trade An Inspection of the Same is InvitedTours truly TOM F ROGERS LEXINGTON KY -- ENTERPRISE PLANING F BUSH yJJJl - v--- - SOU Proprietors - Doors Sash Stairways Newe r linds Balusters Brackets Pin iw See - Poplar White and Yellow Pine Trvn1r vmm a -- Ttna - - S - - - s v - -- - y fcfc W tawntrkjn1 VJfct 5w w8HiBlf r5tr- - ttstvSMswocsxiajaiissecsuaj Ztifci - HP 1 P3rr 3Sf H0 fVkx DOUS ARE HADE AFTER Hria ROMES OCTOBER FESTIVALS tr ft j Alter the shower tho tranquil sun 3M Xls J After thpsnp w tbo Bineridd leaves lUtiuki l niarwwx 4 SuVersts3s when thq clay is done 2aae ientnsofs31th dolls produced After ilia harvest goldea feheavea re pjfcmaaomred i the province of f riolet jLiinrmgia in This comprises Affcer tfee clouds tha thojullsky waves of Aftrihb tempest bat thirty and belongs QuJitfwoods wii enthe irfds go by to the duke of Sxe Cobunr the central Alter the battle quiet graves market tif receipt is Sonneberg a cltv of Alter the knell the wedding bells some 12000 inhabitants The population Afterfthaiud of TkiaiingiicxsmboTit 50300 or3 500 j - ToyfalgreeRngs the radian trose J from sadrevTeUs mj 14KJ square iniie jsvery one wvic Alter our treeping sweotreposev nere is a doll laborer engaged After the burden the blissful meed nog In making an eve a le Alter the iiight the downy nest an arm a dress some partxidoJl Jur Af trthe furrow rhe waking seed nlture or at vork in thft ftrmi Wit at Altep the shadorry river rest or else where The children ivork until they are eent to school nnder compul Â¬ MISSIONS IN ALASKA sion where they remain to the ao e of 14 Tfeen ibe gi33s rrfenfnlo theirvorir svliat Women Teacliers Have Accorap- for life and thel30vS co to the am lished Indian Pupils t vear- - after which 4hey- fSltt36rSfinTrfcIscChr62dIej return 3 or ure unless called out by JL Sfcudyina the condition of Alaska one Tiac j TanCTgwi ipnst his Vish and hope trained to this Crndfrt-rv i soIonrrratv if I and expectation w discover any great Has become a matter of instinct Avith practical tnic uas oeen accom- Â¬ taem ihey are iittetKforrno otiher plished bygood religious teachers whp the JWork andj if they vere have no moner UavCBtrivenandwhf are still trvitisr to eiert a civilizing influence upon 6he na-- fe doll manu tiyo nbpulatipn zAt VrangeL thereiias 7 I laciories elseirfc So it - hanncus untJUlately been a laiga school for the that --Trhole families from tnef jlfldiahs superintended by 3frs McFar-grandsire to grandchild labor from land It has jiqw beeji ajscontumod eiifiEiKiiftS generation and from and on Bleairier yfhich carried us xuurjuug xo mgat iiacn lamny nas a north Vgre the former pupils of that es little patch of land where a fewpttatoe3 tablishment on their way to the Sitka arcnltivated If a inishan befnlh thrt kchcHbhJ There vere- - sornetliirtggirls potatoes tfininiifery anabB fo altogelier agea airtho way iKm6ld mem f 11 lh thife still i etaining the general these families haYenbacon and distinctive characteristics of Indians the if cr scholars wereas a thejreard it as vaseaspn of prosperitj- - and behaved while with bright alookin OJ us in becom Yet incite ot Uhis j5oY2Jy they are mg manner fieldDnuarithont their beer They can They had been taught much as go vrithont food and clothes hut never other children are luivins as learned to Tvithout beer Eyerv dav peone mav be read and write and had also been al Â¬ tseen- with Large lowed to Team chndishganSeTandtuf baskets uponthejr heads fbearingthe plcsongs of the Little Sallie Tatora product of several daysidr perhaps type Takcn JrC themselves they were a weeks industry For thisthev receive modeTatelinterestingV pd one natur- Â¬ 1 or 50 cenfs Inorenicti jgrcedily ally their but scantilv divided for absolute neces- - and tinestioned regarding lcarnedhabits future prospects I they sitiesff had Ibceri gatSreatJaiidbui Jfrbnt i The manufacftrfersof Pans produce diirerentyiilagei and had been housed the finest was dolk It requires aIhiosi taughband clothed by the aid of money consummate skill to make these toj s donated to the home missions aud by Eachgiv prkmaiiias modelst home and individuals Spar they had faredVwell buys jakterials f6r pauutactureXlie and only tho vmpst galdus man woiild sweiuu JH6cuuhLrucii outot yUme ana be willing to disturb their ihappines plksffoSiPAriSi and the eves mose Butthefri future did jfot appear to Ibe dJarsxstjGith aiknfe The pj3L being ready is dipped in hot was enviable AiMtfe end6f tiieir school Tigure days they were to be to their and drie It then goesj the painte people without money returned powerjtp without Iftujfestthenife iheihauiiresser Sot ivlthstahd the- temptations to become a Yfig and finally to the work girls to as most of their felloes be dressed The moiiey Taltfe of the - fact any occupation or airvjtoutsin real purpose in CbiJi f ik JKwUW U KhflaflephUiriTO34L 8 UBSOIBE of - - I 1 Antumnal -- Iorrxioalkers Costumes fimrms - icjay Jt xnaybe truly said that from time immemorial the Romans have been acuer TJi easi Rome letter in Chicago Tribune Italian TTouien POE T 8t HAEEL DEALERS ET r Dwiy -- jpmma i Jul of r -- w t v -- tfbr-a-perio- it-- f r friendly gatherings and family merry- Â¬ makings But all must he In theTopen air the nineteenth century Ifoitfati R just as his classic ancestors didhef6rs GKEtEElSr him goesputside the city walls to cele Â¬ brate the season of the falling chestnuts Carry in stock the LAHGEST AKD BEST SELECTED ASSOBTSCETf Vj and tho finished vintage and ifclsie ftPWPBA f TOTrjFT AXTiTTR TNF RASTRT1ST TTRXTTTOTrV TTarin tt niarkable that the road leading from the Porta del Popolo the ancient Via rienceof many years in our line of business wefeel Justified in asKrdngftoil Flaminia is still a favorite one with tra3e both Wholesale md Betail that we DO CA2f and will meet ihe yrimWmiJ these autumnal merrymakers just as it our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize ns Besides an imantat was 2000 years ago and more stock of I wxll uot stop to recall a procession of thit remote date with its flovver prownjd niaidons and laughing youths its libLtions to tho gods its dancing and A Year Always in Advance FeaStifcg Chaiigo but the costumes and AST the modes of conveyance and I wager that the Qttobrate of to day do nou fdiffer so very widely from the old pattern ior the physical resemblance pf these - people especially the working 2lasses to the old types which we meet with in every museum and sculpt uvq we have how on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS4hlGXIAjSI allery is so remarkable as fo have been lioted bj many thousands before the present writer The first parly of Ottobranti that for- drives by will serve to illustrate my uaso here Comes one in a large opeiv 5f DEOTEDTO rI K landau hired for the day Tour young o- t nfen of tho artisan class packed tighiij u into the back seat of the roomy vehicle BAY- and as4nany women fronting them in EA STERN KENiTUCKY March 4th 1885 kfca state with their faces to the horses be Â¬ HP hind them again are two or three chil AND THE TV T SYTAXGO G B SWANGO dren seated in the tlirown back hood of the carriage All the women wear thick Development of Her Great old chains earrings and brooches which often represent the economy of Resources many years and are handed down as 3 heirlooms from mothor to daughter DEVLEES IN Their heads arc uncovered save by their own magnificent black hair which is coiled afc tho back of the head in many cunning twists ana plains t H12EL GREEN KENTUCKY This is a distinctive characteristic of the Koraan woman In almost all- the KpnrS COKSTAXTLY ON HAND A FULL ASaOBTSKXT O other parts of Italy the woman of tho Ii the cheapest newspaper ever published people ami the lower bourgeoisie has iii Eastern Kentucky only Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready mad Clothing some peculiar head dress which is clung to long after the rest of the local cos Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware tume-- has been chased away by railways Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ and cosmopolitanism In Genoa it is a One white veil of clear muslin surrounding ies Stoves and Farming Implements tho head aud shoulders as with a cloud In fhet kept iir a first class country store and at BOTT03C PHIC5 in Milan it is a short veil of black lace Also wilf take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt dua us all iiad other districts show us the bright Ital- Â¬ Ciuiitry Priluca and Live Stock of every description ian faces framed in brilliant colored joaepeniiponsticoating ot yaxj oiswaliycrackr in j JJrhatoyerxhe menr who havo como handkerchiefs tied under the chin or tgewniivcoaUwics jiiu t iii luruiK Liy was to Alaska to civilize the Indians jiavo again bound around tho head conceal- Â¬ vuiu vtCiituux proQuced through the agenc of the bee done or have not done1 the vvomenliavo ing all the hair and knotted at the A it i but a suostitute is Leginninto be found atvleasaccomplishedsomething3wfor back Of the Utomagna the white folded publishes the home news the state news top of the the general news and yet is resting squarely wmcu tuey suouia oe prjusea it is a cloth and falling down on the shoulders idneEpf petroleum to the head hard life this among uig Thlienkets a China dolls are more exclusiytjly the dan cheerless prosaic exi stence and behind There are others too numer product of the laefOrf 4terbeingn yetho women teachers never complain oustomihtion now but the woman of modeled by hand tfeSaraibltkeQLimjaJ done Rome goes proudly with no other- head great oven for a week During tnia ard in- many an instance haveinfants covering than horown usually splendid much good Theyjiave taken Ts nou nuinufactnrinTen different styles of tlain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing smd time theuiost carandTsratchfulness But return to our frbnSlfilafnts nkddbpes from hair partytoconsists probablyOttobranti are ready to take contracts for putting- up same Persons vrantinjr a strictly vTroagit of father are TwmireQTheicndersifieove Per imoy-- hoy3is 6ifng girls froin a life Tho t alao make a stria Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other mitted tTlsleep XcTraughtof air vnffii that would have been worse than death and mother a couple of handsome adapted to enclosing country burying grounds- - Onr Fences are not only the ejo sab- and produce disastitius results A smgle MrsC laFarland stan tial hut the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by on of thtm is grtatlr for instance and daughters and perhaps a cousin girls oven contains 5000 dolls and thirty others or four youugor hoys and three enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the Beitxttr pf her sex deserve particular menr oveKSsaraof ten fnll at nce-inThen the damo sweetheart of each o oucfac- - tion ai ern machinery ani our workmen cannot be excelled In skill experience or hoaeaiwr glveu the youthfal tpstm iwemtkeCQiis tlicnarriagoable gals will certainly bo Is more deeply interested in the Develop- Â¬ formative of their duties Wb KEPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and nixk a special of came outj of the party ment Qf Eastern Kentucky and pub-Â¬ They are off most likely to somo vigna in nve lishes more matter relating tp its dolls are outsjde the city say a half a doien resources than any paper in uuuu iiiu 2vo other shop autsideaf Louisville can say the same e r the puuuuct n uiwfegwiiw m Mrtov lAnn Jv childrenMn theirclertn clothes and their miles from will Porta del Popolo and wjg the state yet the price S Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for iafbrmatio OTiri OViU W Ti corisnme mountains of there they 141ll UU iniii UUIO iiiifT tiJUlU UUUU Catalogues furnished on application to very low only ilean bodies withoutteing thankfulthat maearori followed by fried artichokes is ftfinnpms vmiph jiinn5A ef Matyi St inexe arerwomenintnejwoua wuo win broiled fowls massive sausages and i i tj5u liiiuit uuu uiuuci vjaitrtxur- - so far forgot self as tp minister tp those vi i mo iiu B T mantfactpry has beenprmmingabouUlSCr who otherwise would noyorkjiBw a other substantial dainties for your real Roman popolano has no notion of a hbl A yearsTina nas proaucea iuuutuuuuuu childish joy orji decent homo dolls Some offithe manufacturers are rAndiheTyomen vboihave come to daywthout a good square meal the TIIE SPLENDID SADDLE AKI - whole enormously rich-HARNESS STALLION to teach the Indians are god strong washed down With more litres or Alaska new wine than I should like hodollsJbriaAniiniature-world of BenCQs to theliimreTiTiroweTerTSatire ihaniinato women since the young ladies older boys and girls may naturally bo4s to wiy- There will be music certainy T yhffphiy wiUiblls prefer young ladv a fiddler or two a cornet and a to tofcomprchend for a 3olsf jt afdiacult artilenif nseby that vsionartlielitHeyoui can mev prp harp mostthe young folks th dance to Will make the season of 1SS5 at ih young nlen the1 likely some of and they eqmrceTCry tect and render happy the helpless babes stables of the subscriber on Kd human being eceptt fopcU and drink and tho girlsrand oy5 of tender years from the city will have mandolins Uiver Six miles east of TheMtvles of cloR outfife change with ivohe saynp to this alL say ves If amongst them for the mandolin is the Numhers among its contriutors many Hazel Green at gentlemen who are eminently quali- Roman instrument par excellence just the fashions in dolls The chignon and - waterfall the high back hair and the 3Irs Icifafland and Miss Alatthews and as tho guitar is that of Madrid or SeSl to Insure a 3Car ia fiedo show the capitalists of the others havomadeone small heart glaxi ville country our great wealth money due when the mare pror Langtry bangifhothers cjfjhfir b- to be in foal or is parted with and and induce immigration Thore will be dozens of other parties within aTew ny Hearts glaa like a lien will be retained on the colt into our section the one I have described many Tears All stylish dolls to day have r nr fe n r tr1itATV ysggwijCiggmMM for the unurancs- - moneyr whr it among them iiair ra ht rKemblfandtwvlThefrifurnf finnnAAria wnm iihvrrr Trt- Vn t meetings much talk noise laughter Mis not paid before foalingjtime C liCi1 Then tho children and lovemaking dresses and ture oher t articles J nuxiitusRrt vcifcwaiVi DESCRIPTION GREY EAGLE is a beautiful dapple gray sixteen handy higlv utuion iuui who haye bepn alternately eating and of wearand tear airgpatterncd after th are earnest capable disinterested racing about all day begin to be cross finelv formed and exhibits errand action and stvle iashionsot the animate world The women IsaWilissatthews go away PEDIGREE GREV EAGLE was sired by a Packard horse from Ohio and his dam sleepy Mother orders the horses CcL loHs lhemselves have undergone a inar- was a fine marc from thehlue grass region of this state He has proved himself a surfeal from bur ship in an Indian canoe to- - and put to father calls for one more yelous evolution I oy can ffalkJaieel3 waTd Chilcatfriyer She was on her way to be getter and his colts are as fine as those of any horse ever in the mountains All care will he taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should aax down sit down stand up or be placed to a postiar removed from the outside litre the stirrup cup the young folks B M WILSON occur ot satisfied with world and a dreary winter was before reappoar in couples from the shady corintany attitude ill iis tho inventor has provided her ijhe liadno companion and she ners where they havo been discussing politics doubtless and soon all are movtnem witli interior apparatus to play was a woman bright attractive eduing Roniowards and homewards under musicaljurs Theysquall nd Jaughr cated aud refinedi the- - stars iruiiciauy r xjuu auwuiuuiuauy Do yoa do thii work because of high mamma In a vordjthe salary Iaskedr -- -SomoFood for Reflection Modern doll has been fayored by inven Â¬ DRLER LN Isfo could earn more at home in Cornhill Magazine tion as pjntsjaiumals frre by sejectionH Illinois I 2 do it from a sensofpf duty The age to which we have at present and threatens tptalk to ns lautomatic It is bafdgit is disagreeable and lone- Â¬ attained may be stated thus Compared ally andecbe JhnmaniwBhont hu- some I am oftenblue ancl discouraged with the period 1SS 1S54 the earliest manity- and living without life I sea children go from jne -- bacCi into for which there are trustworthy records and many othors all of whom realize the great wealth we ppsssand desire tneir terrnoiciives out nereu saye one the average of a mans life is now 41 6 St Xeiersburs ScliOoLs t so I am encoura O to see this Section developed here another and years instead of 398 and of a womans ptussIaivCoiTPOnaenpeJ TsQ 10 liLVLST STKEET - - addition c MT STERLrNG EX i a xl 53 instead of 410 years anfThe school for printers apprentfeesat Something New in Mathematics ot s per cent to tno icmaie 1110 ana a St Petersburg hasieeu opened with ap- - y g j j iitKt SJm i1I IZJV per eent to the male Of each thousand In of hfc d gentlcmna sand males born in the present day 44 L o CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UF ingenious way to after woridmr hours- - ut urinjr tho cpyered tho followinga tract or iana in more will attain tho age of 35 than used to be the case previous to 1871 For daytime religion Slavic languages h determine tne area ot One Day Clock strike t3 0 anyhapei J3at thojand carefully on a the whole of life tho estimate now is history and geography the arithmetic Eight Day Clock 4 3 75 uut it out that of 1000 persons one half males Tcadini of the Greek and Latin lan piece or thick paste board and Album Eight Day Clock 3 75 up tne and one half females 35 survive at the guages technicalities of tho graphic i exactly by the lines and ana fill SOLID SILArER ATGHES deep with small shot age of 45 2G at 55 9 at 65 3 at 75 and trades drawing singing and gymnas- space one layer Silver Plated Spoons thenake theshot outand put it into a lat85 tics altogether S jviil be 3 completo rectangular rttf boxrunit down to one end To put the case in another way every jjSTTarticular attention paid to Repairing Coll and see my goods school Twenty three St Petersburg then master printers jia ve asrr edio- - pay an nnfilyon have a perfect rectangle mul 1000 persons born since 1S70 will live measure tho base and altitude and abtfafc 2700 years longer than be-Â¬ W nnol cnnnrlipc nmnnnfiti r Tt 1 KrIl rrm them and you haye the area of the fore In other words the life of 1000 tiply Sm land This is a yery simple and a very persons is now equal in duration to that navet h pay rouble per month ESTABLISHED IN accuratcrule anddoe3awaywith a great of 1070 persons previously and 1000 deal of calculation Picturesque Jlod Carier births will now keep np the growth of m TYfihfrri1B lI m t v our population as well as 1070 births k i goingupOPpdused to do This is equivalent in result iTh Chicago Herald FITTEb UP with TiEite a Boston astnete s window and m toan increase of our population and in VSbfii OF MTV E1T watching the workmen she vaseligatfed IPaper madp in Franco from the hop the best fornvyhr not by more births yine and it is claimed that the fiber se- Â¬ but by fewer deaths which means fewer to see tho yariety and picturesaueness Toval Assets of Agency What is of several hod carriors clothes SO One cured is cthe bestsubstitute for i rairs yet maladies and better health L i si i great ileugtu more nearly 70 per cent of this in- Â¬ of themeeimjedjjhaa n LTFV00ntaslliP0Ses6 1SS5 Royal of Liverpool 31000000 001 1SS1 London and Lancaahir crease of life t aes place oris lived in iDents almost mediaeval in cut and strength flexibility and delicacy 1S3C Liverpool and LonUQii of Liverpool 9260000 00 isomeihinglikc a helmet xra his head I thensuai period namely between and Globe of England 3G87500 00 1S10 ITrtford of Hartford 454i240a JL Misunderstanding mndfi a Rkctfth or him and here it is Mercan- 1S09 JTorth British the ajcs of 20 and CO Jf2 SjerinxfielioCrxngld - 25S6330a1 3 tileofEngland na for hodjcaesjiu L Firemen Fund of Call331000 00 TeUfmes H r ECjondcPunch those boofe Sviulinrncis Benevolent Despotism 179 1 Ins Co of North America take tilsSnfry to ScMbItfSmV oTartist 1 -l-iismaster-DidVon fornia lt473x0260ff Exchange of Philadelphia 971695 33 1SS9 Northwestern Xational qnlyjafter of mine to be soled i Larr v Irishvalet t1154im 6a tic sen sibility in dress 1710 SunPire Officejof London 5563000 00 1750 Niagara of New York a si acilifc-fAra- -t see- - tiie IhrifleTfthe S jKTJiJj ttlonfirtTV MtfcjrifVjrTir fcT Hr Swinbiirne Suggests as a- piece of lSTOSS O lfChrTfmrt n 17S2 Phenix of London isJkr mesfj MX s o3S3916 46 1S63 Boatmans Pittsburg 4Gyit Oft campaign club uniform bla vara ivo mo tor m saia tney henevolent dcspbfeisnx that it should had ntilized a a againsfc litera w3s party nigh wore through he made it penal offense Insurance in order to be reliable must begaaranteed by auccessfol sd rsll proverb fureuforanyf writer to affix The Shorter Method corporations the policies of doubtful or experimantal cerapanieT being dear at STtryriw jf A j JWith Somet2iiurift Tit a t -a phrase a quothtion but abovo all The best poUeies are always the cheapest Insurers should selsct their Avalestw6oTand fliingsalino of ptfetryj IDyyayof tag cocsS M iiij 1SSSsUW aiiaaafS Sddflandscbu3dhei carved out oftitleTifohi novel or tbifieicngtuxe Is prepared to execute any and alildnds w ould a banker or a person vrhy is to hold their funds minute IxKyfctijraalibs3H4iiv A JsespectnUiy iiig WvesEnglisb H04FT4OJk if stetft some mce littlerafe enoughlef t over for ah Shakespere should especially pm ot ITinting in tneae5fcsiiB- auuujiuu garaiaouui consiueraiion 01 insurance Bant- 3ti -- v Rhinos- 0icAtJraaersahdDejK4t hibited1 Method lowest Dncesr tiive usicau 1 i customed to honor the month of Octb- the month of the new ivine wltH ordcessionsj feastings and Jdancings7 KY i1 5 -- d 1 - C5 i a - Â¬ tifewe Dry Goods Notions Boots Slioes Clothiiig Hats Caps Driigs r Que8nsware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c -- 4C te -- L -uie BEWSEMER Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and alL kinds q Opuntry Produce talien in Exchange Goods of in settlement of Kotes ana Ac counts Your trade respectfully licited J T --- A - f 1 -- entering--Sonneberg- r - SW MCO Sl BRO THE HERALD Dollar a Year GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jjv- - - - even-thing-usual- ly - THE HERALD Only a Dollar a Year -- InoerlaTmrfrnra THE MT STERLHffG- -- -- T HE HBEAiLD -- - Pmiw 4 wjeli-r-h- as - - - us Gumming and Hammering Saws - - - jv -- c v Year 31 BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Sy c -- -- - t - HERALB Grey Eagle XI -- -- Â¬ ly V I -- - - OL- - -- Bennet H Yonng -- Â¬ Hon Tlios Turner - Â¬ Â¬ Prof Jolin E Proctor Erof RoW Pete r r- W JONES - ffiASBfjaSfcSPW W J rnyji-ip-iiiii- otcounty rv Largest Stock Clocks Eastern Kentucky i -- -- THE HERALD - Â¬ -- ummttiiM TT1 n - I JQEfl JONES mjorn- DEPARTMENT 1845 - - The Leading Insurance Ag STBBLIra -- - l- -- - 5143848780 TYPE - - aSS vS jassBaaasE isssafiS -- Few Tresses andj Tine Paper Stock feasor LV- - AUkmt tW lea -- -- i f35n w WV - - - W-l- j- SSSWrTil 3c SJ- OKI E2K1