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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- A n- - i V xtM 1 Ha VOL I MSBlJlimHXlllJHBHi PROGRAMME 1 W ZHH SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Green Herald EDITIONS TZAJLJnr or a Noisy World With Nows Vroin All Nntloim J Ltunbrlnp nt Itln Jinck PRIOE FIVE CENT A COFYj f HAZEL GREEN WOLFE IUUUmUHHIUHH CO KY TUESDAY SEPT 4 1894 IWUIILUiUUl lMnmrirtmrfnrwwr Mrs Pres Amyx nnd her dnughter Jolly John PierjUt tho Jocular Jock- Â¬ Mrs Sullivan of near Mt Sterling are ey is at his old stand His stable needs visiting Mrs Ellen Kash no rccomcndatlon from us to tho trav- Â¬ eling public If you want your horso James Day of Camargo a former devil of Tim Herald office is up for a Weeks and buggy well cared for call otl him his parents Mr nnd Mrs no i aro Jikcly toigivoyou tho beet bargain thoy havo over given you and as they pay tho printer to invito you to seo them you will find them full of enterprise and a stock of tho best goodstisually found in a country atoro V AS THE FAIR First Dny OIorniiiK Best Lamb Best Hack any nge or breed Uest Ewe nny nge or breed Best Male Hog any nge Best Female Hog any age Best Puir Pigs pigged in 1891 2 50 2 50 2 50 A PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Happenings on the Streets at the Hotels in the Stores and at the Fair Grounds visit to DIGEST OF THE w i 2 50 2 50 2 50 Best Sleer Calf under 12 months old 5 00 Best Heifer Calf under 12 months old 5 00 5 00 Best Bull Calf under 12 months old l6 00 Best Bull nny age 6 to 1st 4 to 2nd 5 00 Uest Heifer from 1 yr to 2 yrs old 10 00 Best Cow nny nge 6 to 1st 4 to 2nd 5 CO Best Pair Cattle from 1 to 2 yrs old 5 00 Best Pair Cattle from 2 to 3 yrs old Best Pair Cattle nny nge 6 to 1st 4 10 00 to 2nd Jesse Staten of Mt the Fair N 13 Nickell and a re up for tho Fair Robert McLin left home in Winchester - Miss Myrtle Maxoy of West Liberty Dny and Lizzie Cox of Mt Sterling two President Pieratt mejiwith a very pain- Â¬ DAYS DOINGS highly accomplished and beautiful young ful accident Into yesterday afternoon Messrs Clayton nigginsand Gambrell respect- Â¬ ladies aro visiting tho family of Hon While riding through J T Days livery Sterling is up for ol Olympia Farmers and Blaine stable a horso kicked him on tho right ively aro with J W Cravens for tho J E Quicksall Lato last A M Nickell tho courteous and ac- leg inflicting an ugly wound Fair night ho was still suffering but thia little son of Ezel changer J B Davis returned last night from comodating money association will sell morning ho is on hands Neither broken tickets again for tho Confer Welch West Virginia where ho has bones nor kicks of auy kind can daunt yesterday for his been engaged in the stono masonry busi- a favor on him by paying for your ticket a man o his nerve in small change Â¬ F N ness- i WAU entries for forenoon of ench dny must be made by 9 oclock a m and by 1 p afternoon exhibits This rule will be strictly adhered to Entrance fees ns follows towit 50 On purse of 2 50 100 On purse of 5 00 On purse of 10 00 i50 200 On purse of 15 00 250 On purse of 20 00 325 On purse or 25 00 375 On purse of 30 00 500 On purse of 40 00 G50 On purse of 50 CO 950 On purse of 75 00 1250 On purse ttf 100 00 2500 On purse of 200 00 All Floral Hnll exhibits free Entries must be made by 4 p m of first dny Any thing shown prior to this year is barred om exhibition in the hnll display m for Â¬ r i First Dny--Aftorno- FLORAL HALL EY1IIMTS V must be of exhibitors rnising own Largest and best Irish Potatoes Mbu 2 00 Largest and bestSweetPotntoesbu 2 CO 2 00 Largest and best Tomatoes 1 dozen 2 00 bushel Onions Largest and best best Enrs Corn lA bushel fr 00 Largest nnd 2 00 Largest and best Wheat Vi bushel Oats 24 heads cut off Largest and best fegAll products -- attop joint Largest and best off nt top Millet 24 2 00 heads cut 2 00 2 00 Galen Howard of Snlyerville a former The Fair tho Fair of course jou vill go to the Fair student of tho Academy is down for a To see all tho races B F Quicksall leturned from Mt good time at tho Fair Galen goes all the Tho patchwork and laces gaits Sterling yesterday evening And all the pretty faces thats thero AT Brooks who is teaching in Powell W L May of Magofiin has a fino W R Stacy of Pomeroyton can be county is visiting his brpthors family seen on the Fair Grounds this week of horses at his stables If wo had near Hazel Green and will take in tho string you want the finest Beef Mutton or such men in our country tho horso If a few Fair Pork buy from H F Pieratt Co would soon bo a paying product instead This promises to bo tho best Fair wo of the drag that he now is on our mar- Â¬ Try a glass of Taylor Johnsons milk have ever had nnd it only illustrates kets shako its out of sight 4t what advertising will do oven iu hard W W McGuire tho attornoy for tho Miss Nancy Hord who is teaching in times Broas Railroad Company paid our offico Lee county is at home for a weeks visit Mrs Eliza Swango wife of Register a plcasntu call Monday and from his F L Williams of Lonesome Ken- Â¬ G B Swango arrived Friday from talk wo judgo that overybody will bo tucky is among the visitors to tho Fair Frankfort and will remain until after hero from West Liberty to tako in tho Fair Dock Hicks of Ilarrison county ar- Â¬ tho Fair rived yeste day and will take in the Fair Dr M C Kash of Farmers 13 visiting W R Metcalfe representing tho at his old homo on Gillmorc Macks Mayfield Woolen Mills of Mayfiold Ky Trading Dave Rose of Oakdale but formerly of this place is attending the Hatchet was an effective weapon in days will bo nt tho Day House during tho gone by Fair with a lino of Casimoro and Jeans Fair Dont forget that Hon Jo M Kondall pants Merchants aro requested to call B F Piersallo and Mr Goodau with and examine his lino 4t tho Elam Snake Children are hero this will address tho multitude at tho Fair Grounds on Thursday and bo sure to Miss Miua Hon of Bowon Powell week hear him county will teach a class in drawing Harlan May of Magoffin county is hero during tho fall if sho can secure MessrsBruce MarcumOscar Little and hete with a walker trotter and running Â¬ Ben Hargis three gallant young gentle Â¬ enough scholars to justify her Sho at horse men of Jackson aro registered at the tended tho school at Cincinnati for two Miss Rosa Trimble is not so well to- Â¬ Day House years and is said to bo proficient in hor day Her mother Mrs V P Trimble is art better McGuire suffered with a severe at- Â¬ F Mr Sam Tabor of Rothwcll tho poptack of inflamatory rheumatism Sunday ular agent for the Adams Express Com Hon Jo M Keudall addresred the Confederate Association at Frenchburg morning but we are glad to note that he pany and K S A Railroad accom Â¬ is up today Friday by his wiio arrived last night panied H Arnette of Salycrsvillc tho Fair this week J is at Wo uotico that Hon John P Salyer nnd others have oaten up a patchjdfj water melons for E B Perry of Morgan county Wo know John P likod wator without tho melon attachment but aro proud to know that he can also giye somo attention to tho luscious melon Ho once upon a timo said that tho editor of this paper had tho best well of wator in tho world and it is an open question whether ho likes our water or Mr Perrys melons tho better j23 The Wilmoro Cornet Band of West Liberty arrived yesterday evening and complimented The Herald offico with tho first Beronado Tho Drum Major Tho band plays well and wo boliovo thoy will render entire satisfaction both to tho Fair Association and the visitors The following gentlemen compose the baud C C Maxoy Frank Hazolrigg T E Lykins J B Lykius John Mc Ma J L Kendall F P Womack J F Jones Boyd Cole Wall Allon Will Govedon Boono Wolls and C W Wom- Â¬ ack RELIGIOUS Rev West filled his appointmontat tho Methodist church Saturday and Sunday last A Howard preached toa largo congregation at Toms Branch on Sunday last Dinner on the ground Â¬ Elder J Â¬ joint Largest and best Apples A bushel Largest and best Grapes 1 dozen 2 bunches or Can- Largest and best Muslcmclon 2 teloup or Squash 2 Largest and best Pumpkin Best Cake of Butter not less than 1 lb 2 2 Handsomest piece Patchwork Tucking 2 Fanciest piece Ruffling and 2 Handsomest Pillow Shams 00 00 00 00 00 00 CO Best Cake 2 CO Best Fruit Cake 2 00 Best Loaf Light Bread 2 00 Best Jar Honey Comb 2 00 Best Sugar Cnne A dozen stalks Largest and best Cabbage A doz hds 2 00 Largest nnd best Beets A doz bends 2 00 5 00 Best Specimen Produce from 1 farm 2 00 Largest nnd best Gourd 2 00 Best Green Beans A bushel 2 00 Nicest Calico Quilt Horse Mnrc or -- Fastest Tiiottkk Gelding I year nnd under two 1500 7 to first 5 to second 3 to third Half mile heats best two in 3 5 to fill 3 to start Fastest Trottkr Mare or Gelding Purse 100 50 to first 30 to second JO to third Mile heats best two in three five to fill nnd three to Htart Posy Race For horses 14JS hands and uuder Purse 25 12 to first 8 to second 5 to third One mile heats best two in three five to fill and three to start 2 00 Remember the entertainment at tho Will Jones of Hedges is visiting in this vaciuity and will take in Academy Thursday evening by the West friends Everybody Liberty Dramatic Club the Fair should attend W H DeBusk who is teaching this year in Lee couuty is at homo for a Misses Matlio Duff and Liddio Led weeks visit ford two charming and beautiful young Miss Emma Slimp who has been quite ladies of Spencer are visiting Miss Lillie ill at W T Caskeys has recoverd suff- Â¬ Evftns of this ciy iciently to be about Harry Gamble of Blaine Lawrence Buck McFarland the celebrated horso county Kentucky an cx Ropresentntivc jockey of tho mountains will be ono of of tho Legislature lias thrco hones to the riders at the Fair exhibit at tho Fair Medley Oliver of Mt Sterling avrived This is a gala week for Hrel Green Sunday He is a nephew of Mrs Dr and we hope every visitor will be well Kash whom ho is visiting pleased with tho Fair and the town and Guess who tho abovo young lady is and you will havo guessed tho winner of tho Ladies Riding Ring She is a moun Â¬ tain maiden sweet sixteen or there abouts and those who know hor best think sho is the finest rider in Eastern Kentucky No wo are not at liberty to tell you whore sho comes from You must work out tho problem for yourself Â¬ Â¬ Dr Thomas who was summoned to come again next year the bedside of F McGuirc Sunday left Ed French nnd Eugeno Adkinson of yesterday for his home at Ezel Stanton and Johns Adams of Magofiin R N Rose who is engaged in the lum county aro here to enter Hazel Green ber business at Elkatawa is at homo for Academy next Monday a week and will take in the Fair Mr and Mrs W O Mizo entertained Mrs J C B Duff and eons Charley at tea last evening in honor of Mrs G Bruce and Newton of Spencer aro vis B Swango of Frankfort and Mrs H L iting the family of John Evans Goodsoy of Washington D C Mrs Jas Hargis lutleson and daughtJohn Howcrton a former citizen of er of Jackson aro at the Day House Hazel Green but now of Mt Sterling is They will remain over the week visiting his brother Duke IJowerton For apples pears banana grapes and and shaking hands with his friends fancy caudies call on A P Clark at tho Dr J F Lockhart dentist U located Fair Grounds 2t in the rear of the brick building on he Young man dont run your horse corner of Main and Broodway Call on through tho street You will raise a him and havo your teeth oxamincd dust and besides you violate tho law If you want a good square mea call Bring you watches and jewelry to Jno on us nt tho Fair grounds Fresh meats M Roses store for J M Havens to refish hot co flee etc pair Ho guarantees 4t l 4t Catron Hill Call at tho De Busk feed stable with Patronize those who advertise in Tin your horse and havo him well cared for Herald nnd you will save money Tho during tho Fair It man who is too penurious to advortiso is Charles Buchanan practical boot nnd usually too stingy to givo a stranger full shoe maker Barber shop in connection measure near Herald office l 4t Judgo G B Swango is iu attendance Judge J A Taulbco and Hon W O at tho annual reunion of tho Confederate Mize attended Couuty Court at Campton voterans association at Rusbolsville Ho yesterday and will return this afternoon will probably arrive for tho two last days Thero arc moro horses for the track of tho Fair Tho races than over before known Watch these columns closely and spend promise to bo of tho very best character your money with those who advertise Como in nnd get a shavo rnd a hair That is the way to encourage home enter prise and if people would only make that cut at Dr Kashs corner a rulo times would soon be better D Phelii 4t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev F P Wilson preached Sunday and aro registered at tho Day House morning and evening at Gilmoro to a They will remain over tho week and tako good sized congregation in tho Fair Rovs Marion Center nnd G O Byrdl Mrs Cord and Robort arrived hero Mrs Cord held services at Caskey school houso oit Friday from Ovventon brought along a colored man and woman last Lords day to do the cooking for Tho Homo during Rovs Andy B Stamper and Frank tho coming term and thestudents will McGuiro preached at Old Grassy Sunday havo good eating without attending tho Dinner on tho ground annual meeting Elders H II Littlo nnd L C Lacy preached tho funeral of Andy Kash de Friends of Tiik TIhrald will confer a favor by reporting all items of interest censed at Daysboro Thoro was a largo to James H Swango who has kindly crowd present and a good dinner sorvod consented to act as reporter for the on the ground to all Daily Herald Givo him the names Elder J T Pieratt preached at Ezel of your visitors their residence etc and Saturday night and Sunday Thoro waa other items you may know a good crowd present and much intcrc db manifested All honor to President Pieratt and his worthy lieutenants Nothing has been Limo Items left undono to make tho Fair a Hiicccsm 1 Corn looks well here and if every body dont havo a good time Mrs Timothy Ferrill is vory aick with tho fault lies within themselves notwith Â¬ fever standing tho cold water flings of a fow E B Tyler bought a mulo of AJV disgrunted growlers and soro heads Hollon for 80 W T Caskey comes to the front this Wo would liko to road somo letters week with a column advertisement iu from Gillmorc which he invites tho patronago of all visMiss Rebecca and Thomas Hollon nt itors to tho Fair and thoso who givo him bo well pleased with tonded tho instituto at Campton Tucj their patronago will You can find no bettor day their purchases placo to denl Dont fail to givo him a A row occurred between Gcorgo Pence call and Hardin Hurst tho other day over Road tho advertisement of tho Pioucor dividing somo corn and thoy tried it old Store J T Day proprietor and noto tho fashion for a fow minutes Thoy wore many bargains ho is offering customers fined 5 each this week Ho is ono of tho most enter Â¬ Tho protracted meeting closed Thurs Â¬ prising men in this entire section and day with 47 additions to Christian union the special prices ho is making this week Seventeen by baptism and among them should attract many buyers from among were thrco prcachore Dinner was served thoso attending tho Fair on tho ground Sunday Rov Howard left for homo Monday and Rev Dutm Do not fail to read tho advertisement Co wholesalo dry gru end family returned homo Thursday of Reed Pcoblcs goods and notion Portsmouth Ohio Large crowds attonded every day and represented by Charles Uhl Mr Uhl moro conversions than has been hord for and hif firm aro too well known in this tho last ton years Como back again section to need an introduction at our COURT NOTES Â¬ i hands nicely and that you will find their prices and goods all right Â¬ Quarterly Court in session today Eighteon men from Tar Ridge war fined for failureo work tho road Bravo II F Pieratt Co havo a column ad vertiscment in this issuo to which your Judgo Taulbco Mrs Ira Drake waa appointed Ad attention is directed and by reading it you willseo that they aro Anxious to Se miniatratrlx of tho estate of her htWhawt cure your trade Iu their anxiety thoy xra uraice aticwmi Â¬ Suffice to say ho will treat you - A lLA Mfck W TOiuwjijiiUJafciUJULiiimTyMiaiiAiJiiuiiMUiUUii -- - niiJ Jgaj u SnUfCER COOPER ji Mil Editor An IntorcfltliicIjtUurlruiu nn Old Cor roxpondont I wna very sorry to lenrn of tho death of my old nchinintance Miss Jenny llob iuett I met with her some years ago at rX THE OLD T --T ML mWiDBMis 1Ht1m Ruru DEMOCRATIC TICKET the residence oflRobtLindonon Johnson in Magolfin county and have known her ever sittco MIbs Jenny was an efficient school teacher and a christian lady in every respect It seems that death loves a shining mark and so it proves in this instance Sho will be greatly missed by her mother brother and sisters as well as many of tho young ladies of that vicinity but then perhaps she wan needed in tho great hereafter to add one more cherub to the bright seraphic host who mako Heaven melodious with their beautiful miiHic In that land of eternal joy she will wait for thoso who are yet journeying in this land of sorrow until they shall go to join her in tho sweet byc-and-b- PIONEER wll HEADY FOR 3 3ra j1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yo For Congress Short Term Of Clark County Hon W M BECKNER For Congress Long Term Of Floyd County t Hon JO M KENDALL For County Judge 0 T- - CENTER County Ticket A 11 For County Attorney For County For Sheriff For Assessor Olerk STAMPER 110LLON J A I learn that an infant girl baby is to be sold somewhere near Oatcsville in Coryell county at public sale in the near future The father has offered it at private sale for the small sum of 10 What will tho people of this United I think it States think of doing next a good thing for the poor little infant if somcUkind parent would bid it in and I also think the father ought then to be placed on the platform and sold to tho highest bidder and worked tho remainder of his days as the slaves were before the emancipation of 01 Down with the calamity howlers who are crying out hard times and offering their own precious little babies for sale to support them in their low down idleness We had a good rain tho 21st ult which will be of great benefit to the cotIn all ton crop and lato fall gardens probability cotton will now make a top crop which will add greatlv to yield this year Cotton is only worth irom live to six cents on the market now but I think it will bo worth more by the 15th of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers Plaid Cassimeres at 450 who carry a larger line of CLOTH- former price 700 Scotcli Mixtures at frooU iAxiiva clul ocu j j former price 750 to the following Remember wc have the lar gest stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky and when visiting the Fair dont fail to visit my store I am making special prices this week and call the attention of the buying public U T COMBS HOSE JEFFM For Jailor JOHN R 1I0BIJS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY For Sheriff Wo nre nuthorizert to nimouiicc SAM 3IENUY WILSON as u candidate for slieritl of Wolfo county mibioot only to tlit will of the people at the polls in November 1SK1 Tub IlAKii Gkken Hhkald daily odition this morning inakos its bow to tho public It is tho first time perhaps in tho history of tho Stato that a country uowb papor and ospocially ono in tho anonntains and romoto from any railroad ovor liad tho temerity to mako siioh an ofiort and wo truly To feol proud of tho distinction koop in lino with progressions swift and onward march tho on torpriso of a few of our libornl mindod business mon and tho timoly arrival of a couplo of lypo grapliical tourists of metropolitan oxporionco our vonturo is inado possiblo and with GovLlowollyn of Kansas wo aro roady to oxclaim LW u caught fire but it was extinguished Itecently at Spring Harris county the mangled and lifeless form of Jack Ridg- wav was taken from tho belts and knives of Calfes git Reing a new hand ho was not cautious enough and his shirtsleeves caught on a cog wheel and in an instant his whole body was out and torn to and in several other localities cotton is This badly damaged by the bowl worm will make the crop a little short in this part of the country and if other parts of tho Stato dont show up pretty well cotton will doubtless go up to eight or uino cents in a very short time Mark Poo and MiMN Daisy Wright Xettio Hart Nettie Webster and INora Estes started in a hack to attend a camp meeting at Scottsville near Marshall A heavy rain came ono night recently up amounting to almost a cloudburst and in attempting to cross a small stream they missed the road the hack overturned in the water and Minses Nettie Hart and Bottio Webster was drowned Near Caldwell Texas Mis Sophia Ichde daughter of Henry Iehde aged 10 years was coming from the cotton field in a wagon loaded with cotton Suddenly a flash of lightning struck tho wagon and the young lady was instantly killed Two others received fearful shocks but recovered The cotton and waco Â¬ next month Near Granger this county Cross Worsted at 500 former price 850 Dalan Worsted at 400 former price 000 Light Cassimeres at 550 former price 850 Scotch Cheviots at 700 furmer price 1000 A large line of odd Coats Pauls and Vests at less than furmer cost BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING at bod rock prices Scotcli Mixtures at 8650 rt n ie AXX CAUy JJLLULQO- i former price 900 Â¬ fha hlnooTQCiR PflTlltfll wauvj3www VWJ A Watch free with every pur- chase of 5 or over UAJ w- Ti A few pairs Nolly Bly Button and Lacn to closo at 75c regular bv pieces J J i Tho mothor in a woman makes beautiful Â¬ Justice is blindfolded so she cant see tho travesties on herself tain town and whilo wo opposo Mens tears aflect by their quality protection in gonoral wo ask a dis- Â¬ womens by thoir quantity Remedv your deficiencies and your criminating public to holp us fos morits will tako care of themselves tor this ono and hopo that it may Stories to suit tho public tasto must rocoivo tho support and oncourago bo half epigrams and half pleasant vice at moro jnonof all wido awako progressive to lie that catchesdesorves to than belongs logo what he him justly Tije IIkkald of this morning is jin infant industry in all tho tonn implies but like our Fair it is n big thing for our beautiful moun Mrs Vcrtner Wells was arrested in Kaufman county lecontly charged with attempting to pour hot lead in her hus bands car Ho awoke in timo to knock aj J the metal from her hand PSSy isgjgl fgsSS3S ILSrLJr42bS frf T zTjKxrs i g ggjasSr1 The Groat Southwestern High School er 2j r4VIrJTil J at this il ace will commence next Mon T am closing at about 50 por cent I his is a grand institution and day noted for its remarkable superiority Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but of thoir original value Georgetown is rather on a boom hav it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing God save and bloss tho ing built three new churches recently for onco business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL We closo a lino of Canton Lawns the electric light tramp Hois an Amorican citizon and appliedand city ought to have which at overy town formor prico 5c dial ins TSSSPENCSR COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and Very respectfully And lioro wo aro of oxporionco to closo at Ic por yard formor Morgan Counties if iSCall and soo tho Littlo Wonder Georgetown Texas WiriuiciK Tomindod of tho Biblical injunc- Â¬ prico 7lo WISE WORDS Bowaro how you ontertain tion Your choice of Prints at 5c por strangers lost yo ontortain angols Truth woais a garment of rents and yard hLJh B unawares HimD JMI x a In a W patches Good Load Poncilsoc por dozen Â¬ Â¬ prico 125 A largo lino Ladies Button Kid roducod from 175 to 100 Ladies Glovo Grain Button ro- Â¬ ducod from from 150 to 100 Best Silk stitched Kid roducod from 200 to 150 Comploto lino of Ladies Polkas and Polish from 50c to 100 good winter Shoes Misses Grain Polkas at 50c ro Â¬ ducod from 100 Comploto lino of Mens Misses and Childrens Shoos at astonish- Â¬ ing Low Figures I just montion a wbolo slock Brogan at 100 - m wSmL SJtnr WX03 -- JMB MoliiJuiiiluMiill m AVE YOUR HOU SE --1 Xta Jc ties Hate 1 -- CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY Â¬ I slave Genius is mans master talent is his Gilt Frame Mirror given her to oacb purchaser of 250 worth of A nico JiyOlrc J a u n K1TC DEALER n ww--m eS If IX citizons goods Yo Call and givo us a look want your trado and if pricos are any objoot will have it Thoso pricos aro for this week only and strictly for CASH Yours anxious to ploaso J T DAY umwhix mm rn e a nn FFNSWARF TINWARF u B And a Fnll Line of Agricultural Implements - La5 uiuinnu has Wo oxtond a most crirdinl wol comb to all visitors to tho Fair he does Tho diflercnco between an old fool and and tho latch string to Tjik JTku to ro- Â¬ a young ono is that the young one may ald hangs upon tho outside outgrow it coivo thorn Faith is to boliovo what wo do not letting her boliove she knows moro than A man can always plcaso a woman by Mitchell Wagons Owcnsborc- Wagons jNlcCorniick Binders and Mowers Whitcloys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers tfSTRcpairs kept in stock for McCorniick Whitelcy and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Bakes Avery and Alalia Double Shovel Plows SA r Jiulgo Bookner Democratic can Â¬ didate for Congroas for short tonn will nddrosa tho pooplo boro on AVoduosday morning mid John L liosloy his Republican opponent will also bo horo Hon Jo M Kon dall tho Domocratio nominoo for tho long term will bo horo and ad clrwB tho pooplo oitbor on Wednes- f day or Thursday Mr Hopkins is iingMhing down on Dry Ridgo and or may not bo horo see and the reward what wo believe of faith is to sco The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges JOHW WCRAVEN on the Market HAZEL GRKEN KY Qaieensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES Tho Farmers Friend j tho innumerable stars shining in order like a living hymn and dealer in written in light Advorsity is the trial of principle Without it u man hardly knows whether ho is honest or not Trimmings of all kinds kopt in Studies teach not their own use that is a wisdom without them and above stock them won by observation Furnituro of all kinds ropairod A woman may doubt a mans sincerity when ho pays her a compliment hut she Our arrangomonts aro such that doesnt doubt tho compliment wo can furnish Tombstones or Mon Â¬ Whilo ono finds cotnpauy in himself mid his pursuits ho cannot feel old no uments from an kind of Marble matter what hia years may be or Granito at tho lowost pricos Thoro they stand i t North Maysvillo Street Mt Sterling Ky TRIMBLE BROTHERsT WUOIjXISAXtXl MT STERLING KY EES - v fh mmaL -- r I A nr5 riv TyT Tltr T t VBS ESEQaS MULTUM IN PARVO yjwjjuimijjinujiwujmijLi tiTintMmi tm hiiiihi wwummiai ILFU milHllii limiMIIl Ullli Hn WUIIM HI IIIULI - LHUIMillUMII unnun dp tfHRegulru views of truth Colton Every ovil to which we do not succumb is n benefactor Emerson Without economy none can bo rich and with it few will be poor Johnson By tho very constitution of our nature moral ovil is its own curse Chalmers Those who exaggerate in their state Â¬ ments belittle themselves C Simmons lie that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else Frank- Â¬ lin Virtue and genuine graces in them- Â¬ selves apeak what no words can utter ohakspeare A vile encomium doubly ridicule there a nothing blackens like the ink of fools Pope By doing our duty wo loam to do it E B rusoy Bight conduct is connected with right Munis 10 n m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY 25 conta Mcnls to order at nil hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 n m Dinner from vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty W T EtflET IN- - Mi THULBEE J1J - I -- DEALER HTSIGIANSAND - Vo HAZEL a3Fjfc GREEN -- ACADEMY o SESSION OF 1894 95 -- 0 IWFIRST TERM BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 m r 11 -- w vs DU FUlll mill UC tllll 1IUI UU of some service if only as a witness of his time Fauchet Talkers are no good doers be assured We should use our hands as well as tongues Shakspeare More firm and sure the hand of courage strikes when it obeys the watchful eye of caution Thomson The hope of amending is after all our very best and brightest hopp of amend ing our works as well as ourselves Gladstone That tuneful nymph the babbling echo whohasnot learned to conceal what is told her nor yet is able to speak until another speaks Ovid A world of bloshoms for tho bee flowers for the sick girls room for the glad infant sprigs of bloom we plant with the apple tree W C Bryant If any one sneak PI of thee consider whether he hath truth on his side and if so reform thyself that his censures may not a fleet thee Epictetus There is no happiness in life and there is no misery like that growing out of the dispositions which consecrate or desecrate a home E H Chapin In proportion a the structure of a government irives force to public opinion it is essential that public opinion should Washington be enlightened Horace appears in good humor while be censures and thoicfore his censure has the more weight as supposed to proceed from judgment and not from passion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEBL HAZEL GREEN KY fifoTSurgery and obstetrics a specialty A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with tho educational Interests of Eastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on Exi KNSKS kok Twenty Wkkks 1 00 Matriculation Board 40 00 CHARLES UIIL WITH PlEPdlSE A KEED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Co Dry Goods poiiTSMorTir o Notions A IF YOU want to learn x A g3wiELg TFIFRMPHY llllft 11 am u competent become TELEGRAPH MqMss t OPERATOR flit- - Write K LEXINGTON KY A Military 0tc - 10 00 Tuition 4 00 Washing 35 Music per lesson One half pnyable in advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Free scholarship to one pupil from each of twenty counties Kuroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with all in say Hazel Green Academy is the best anil cheapest school in Eastern ing Kentucky SSSUlf parents or guardians have dauglitsrs they want to put in n firstclass first grade school they should write us for panioulars before arranging to sonfl men and vniuic women for about i cam educate voiiiii svliir hnlf what it would cost in tho UHie grass We will compare with any of them ecml lor I atnlogue lor particular Â¬ J I fefc WM XX GQim pAlneiiaI SCHOOL A i 1 m MT KENTUCKY INCORPORATED TRAINING STERLING KY VI School With Collegiate Course that tho Â¬ cfpii Goiii AND Young both to the public and private if men would consider that great truth that no man is wise or safe but he that is honest Sir W Baleigh It is one of the wont effects of prosperity that it makes a man a vortex in stead oi i fountain so that instead of throwing out he learns only to draw in Â¬ XW7PJWF W boys physical and moral naturos aro as carefully trainod as thoir 6ttW44444M444M4W9 mental that thoir boy is T1U1NED ACCORDING TO HIS NEEDS 5 and that it is our lifo work- A A ufcM V3 t- t V M --OT rJ V That thoir sons are as safo in our homo as in thoirown Ti TCIf SBirllJ I W iftt It would be an unspeakable ad vantage Thoy will send for our luiudsomo catalogue and thon sknd the no Major C W FOWLER Superintendent late Giaim 8 STORE Opera Jiouso TClouk Â¬ TATE KY follows College of Kentucky - W i A V M whole heart makes just the diiterencc be tween signal defeat and a splendid victory A II K Boyd all lc a pattern to aothers and then incity is will go well for as whole fected by the licentious passions and vices of great men so it is likewise re Â¬ Cicero formed by their moderation double-distilleCant is itself properly a lie the materia prima of the dnil from which all falsehoods imbecilities and abominations body themselves and from which no true thing can come Carlylc Shakespeare was great not merely by reason of his intellect but the stage was then free Goethe was great largely be cause ho was in position to decree literary laws instead of accepting them from Conway inferiors is a word that cools many a But warm impulse stifles many a kindly thought puts a dead stop to many a brotherly deed No one would ever bye his neighbor as himself if he listened all the huts that could bo said Uul wer There is no friend like the old friend no who has- shared our morning days his welcome no homage greeting like fame is the scentless fike his praise sunflower with gaudy crown oi gold friendship is the breathing rose with sweets in the every fold U Holmes Statues of brass or marble will perish and statues made in imitation of them n thought are not tho same But reprint over carvo it in wood ii thousand times thought or engrave it on stone and the identically and eternally tho same is unnficcted by any change of matter It the ca has in the thing produced immortal itself is more it pacity to become that pro than a token that the power thing as self same duced it which is the our consciousness of existence is immor lnl niSo Thomas Paine BarrowTthe theologian was a singular disin he lv serious child When was was impossible it ciined to merriment his self to make him laugh hucIi was control Bemadotte ono of Napoleon marshals who afterwards became king of bwetlon was educated in the oflice of a country notary and spent his tunc in copying legal papers West tho painter showed his talent at in a vory early ago He mado sketches of boforo ho was 10 and some charcoal his carlv work displays groat ease in the uso of tho crayon Martin Van Buron begau life as an slowly to oflico bov for n lawyer rising of clork copyist and finally the position becoming a pleader in the courts of Jus ticea of tho Peace Â¬ There are important case in which the diflerence between half a heart and a II W Beccher LEXINGTON AND Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 Â¬ Â¬ Cutrr Pmte LARGEST STOCK Thirty Professors and histruotors Eight Coursos of Study as Agricultural Scientific Biological Civil Engineering Me Â¬ chanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School County A new and carefully select- appointees recoivod free of tuition Board in dormitorios 225 por week in private families Jfi0 to For catalogues appl to ed Stock of the M JAS K PATTERSON Plf LATEST STYLES and at prices that defy competition flsrcoino Jul see us Respectfully Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD i CALDWELL Â¬ President LEXINGTON KY D COLLEGE DANVILLE FOR Y0UNC KY WOMEN LOWEST PRICES Two Collcco Courses in Latin Srtik Math MoiItrn IiiiiieunKCM Sic ItMuliiiK to A D Thirty lilflh year ojuiih Mpl 1L lSM Address ami I S kHrccs 1521 C A CUIPWSLL PrcHldent Â¬ Â¬ NO rijAUJli BETTER tit in i THE HERALDS l jeai and it uekuowleded to hu the hustlocnl hljsiieil in KenlitcUy ouhHerlbo now nml sceuro tliinj it will eontaiu tliis year 1 BOY GOODS VATeass jiiennj Coiiege 4toi aFBost to bo hud for tho monoy ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION koh -- Y0UWG LADIE- S- in HAZEL GREEN KY Ailiulrnbilos White Sulphur Ky GIRLS 111116 This institution under tho direction of the Sisters of tho Visitation I V M is li- Â¬ mited In u healthy and beautiful localty of This school now at the liead of Colleges tho welhknown JIluu Grass ltegion lor Young Ladies in Kentucky oilers tho Here the pupils enjoy the comfotts of best ndvantageH to parents wibliing to edw home far removed from the distractions of cute their daughters well a city and can consequently with grcator Comfortable rooms good fare and tho bent facility avail themselves of tho advantages of teaching Prices tnodoratc afforded of a thorough eiitioation For catalogues or information write to Terms reasonable Music Crayon nnd Painting extra House is heated by stentn REV CPOPE President apparatus For lurther particulars address MILLKILSWllG KY Sisters of tho Visitation B V M 1127 Mt WHO Â¬ Â¬ J H PIERATTS D ivfiWiMFK s nukuf -- fc I r Jw rxr Jm eyeJeFWI PMS OINTMENT iHssfew IfaSBSffiM r vj5tT H fill lit p9KEnm hik j i iiAim incKury urovu rnrm nomo of JiiyKyo4eoItacliio Wis says After trying cvory known roniody I removed u largo Uuncfi of two yourfl HtJindlng from a U year old IHly 2 with tlireo applicutlona of mMut ms WE SKTrH dOK AA WEB3MX AND A FINKIt GRADE AT A hTTTi TTT iS ftlOV Kjfc H7Tjr7Z7tl7raririnc UAnK It Is tho bout preparation I liavoevorusodorbcttrd S of I heartily recommend It to till Horsemen We have hundreds of auch lettlmoniaU rrlcc81no per hattlo AskyonrriruKxtatforlt If he iSoch not kwpltkCndUHiScrtainiinorBltvorfortrlaltox A CO Whitohull N Y EDDY W HAZEL GREEN KY and Siujjlo Rigs and Snd Doublo Ql tc dlo Jlorcos for hire Pnrtios con- Â¬ MA NUFACTUUING J13WELKH fwa wifurw Vj -5 voyed to uny point on reanoniiblo UUUO J9vSiJab 135 E Main St Custom House Sqtmro tonus 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O I will also attend to all calls for LEXINGTON KY GOODS FURNISHING for PANOY tfar Thn lomling hoiiBo Alwurys havoDRYDrivos auctioneering and solicit business Big Social Rttoution Competout workmen in our watch GOODS and NOTIONS of this kind Respectfully repairing department to Mail Ordors JOHN H PIERATT Fred J Heintz viQ wwrxmn iftEmctsL Mgr v n VwV M99l I I f I - NOTICE THE- - QROVKR WRITES TO CATCHINGS Ami Tells Why Ho Did Not Sign the 11111 1 Executive Mansion Washington Aug 27 1894 j My Dear Sir Since the conversation I had with you and Mr Olark of Ala linmn a few davs uco in rcirard to my action upon the tariff bill now f before me I havo given the Btibject further and la d J J T mellbrIELECTIOH DKAIltll IN 1 II LD Hardware tn oBSk Iron and KY Steel To tho Voters of Wolfo County Thoro will bo a spncial election USiNESS W IN MINIATU HrW LEXINGTON 3J k3 mm m m 5nro most serious consideration T Tho result 1p- - mnrn unfn tlinn ovnr in 111V WW JV termination to let the bill become a law without my signature When the for- Â¬ mulation of legislation which it was hoped would embody Democratic ideas of tariff reform Wan lately entered upon oy UOtlgrcsS notniligwiisiurwicriruui my anticipation than a result which I could n V iraa ii -- 3 I 6th day of Novomber 1894 for tno emotion oi a uoprosontativo H in tho Tenth Congressional Dis- Livery Feed and Sale Stable trict of Kentucky to fill the va- - hold at tho various places of voting in Wolfo county on Tuesday the PIERATT j HAZEL GREEN KY uuiiu not promptly and enthusiastically dorse Tt ih in- Â¬ w 1 therefore with a feelinc of the utmost disappointment that I submit to a denial of this privilege 1 do not claim to oe better than tho niassca of my party nor do I wish to avoid any responsibility which on account of the passage of this law I ought to bear as member of the Democratic organization neither will I permit myself to be separated from my party to such an extent as might be implied by my veto of tariff legislation which though dis appointing is still chargeable to Demo cratic effort Hut theroaro provioions in this bill which are not in lino with hon Â¬ est tariff reform and it conuinsinconsist cncicH and crudities which ought not to He aiJncar in tariff laws of any kind and I know inci side there were as you dents accompanying the passage of the bill through Congress which made every while in aincero reformer unhappy it in the latter stages ffuencessurronnded aiid interfered with its final construc tion which ought not to bo rocognized or tolerated in Democratic tariffreform councils And yet notwithstanding all its vicissitudes and the bad treatment it received at tho hands of pretended friends it presents a vast improvement to existing It will certainly lighten conditions many tariff bunions that now rest heav ily upon the peoplo It is not only a barrier against tho return of mad protection but it furnishes a vantage ground fmm whinli must bo wncreri further aircrcs- aivo operations against protected mo nopoly aim govermeniai lavonusm I take my place with tho rank and file of tho Democratic party who believe in J t f nit il VJiu lfttntt itltflt Uirill ruiunil UIIU iialtii iwumy mint itn m who refuse to accept the results embodied Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HlfciuM DEALERS IN z Double and Single Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason Â¬ Â¬ able terms i uiiusuu uy iuv uuiLii ui ui C Lisle said day being the qanie on which the regular oloction for Congress will take place This 4th dav of August 1804 GEO W DRAKE S W C ki in 0 C r Ar 1 IZIB A My Â¬ tioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfully Ac JOHN II lJERATT 7irl will also attend to all calls for auc Hank D S Ill 8 yLUWKg V ffiftfJrgWEg Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 WE BARR1NCER WITH Capital J M 200000 Surplus Mi foamT Merc SRtf Org Goods Go t Co G L AVe niGSTAPP Presiilent KIKKPATIIICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o Â¬ Successors to Carter Bros Â¬ Importers and Jobbers of Oyat W 6 om respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders nnd business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book nay your chucks and loan you money when in need coniieetod with the State A MaCollege THE f w W Thompson Cash LeilftOlj Â¬ AND NOTIONS M n mS Â¬ rouse LOUISVILLE KY most respectfully solicited BSTTHE PRACTICAL Patronage of the mountain merchants is Â¬ IDINGFELDER Â¬ Live Stock uvMwm nCo Importers nnd Jobbers of AND sMlPi 11 Schools So hth unty nnd ENDOUSED by the highest State ollieinls bvthe leadihir Ufl ness and iirofeooiounl men of the com try nnd by ifiehlul ja hundreds of pupils who arc business A ItEVELATION is made to the pupil in Honk keeping Hanking Shorthand Type writing Telegraphy Penmanship Commercial Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and llusiness Correspondence as taught by orn xiv and ixtkrkstixo plan of ACT VAL ItrsiNESS PRACTICE ViiKU only in Grit COLLEGE before which the old theoretical copyrighted text book copying sys Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AND DRY GOODS NOTIONS Main Street Nos 537 539 and 541 r West 1 Country nM LOUISVILLE KY m m Ulla UlU ui wiu uiuau ui uiu who urn not blinded to tho fact that the livprv of Democratic tariff reform has been stolen and worn in tho service of Republican protection and who have marked tho places where the deadly Wight of treason has blastcdtho counsels of tho bravo in their hour of might Tho trusts and combinations tho com- Â¬ munism of pelf whoso machinations havo prevented us from reaching tho success wo deserve should not bo forgot- Â¬ ten or forgiven Wo shall recover from our astonishment at their exhibition of power and if then tho question is forced upon us whether they shall submit to the free legislative will of tho peoples 1W D0NT FORGET THE PLACE representatives or shall dictato the laws which tho peoplo must obey wo will ac Â¬ cept and settle that issue as one involving tho integrity and safetyof American in stitutions I love the principles of truo No 1 Custom House Block Democracy becauso they are founded in patriotism and upon justice anil fairness towards all interests 1 anf proud of my party organization becauso it is conser vatively sturdy and persistent in the enHAZEL GREEN KY forcement of those principles There fore I do notdesnair of tho efforts made by tho House of Representatives to sup plement tho bill already passed by furth- Â¬ er legislation and to have engrafted upon it such modifications as will moro nearly meet Democratic nope aim aspirations J cant bo mistaken as to the necessity of free raw materials as tho foundation of logical and sensible tariff reform The extent to which this is recognized in the Fresh Monts such ns Hoof legislation already secured is ono of its encouraging and redeeming features but it is vexatious to recall that while PorJv and Mutton kopton hand for freo coal and iron oro havo been de nied a letter of tho Scccetary of tho Treasury discloses tho fact that both salo during tho weok might havo been freo by the annual sur render of only about 700000 of unneces 111 J H PHILLIPS WITH Produce W M KERR lOIJUKKS IN CO Hardware Agricultural Implements IRONTON O s D T JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Main CINCINNATI O o to tho hands of any but reliable peoplo whon you are looking for CLOTHING We aro the largest address house in Contra I Kentucky and C C CALHOUN Principal make a specialty of 700 and 10 106 103 110 112 114 110 E Main St LEXINGTON KY Suits With every suit for Men E3FCost to complete any prescribed wo give a guaranteed lover move- Â¬ course VERY reasonable ment dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN free White Hall A ImrWwmm tem MlST go POSITIONS for its pupils arc made n specialty in this school which promises to the Commercial World the highest type of efficient business men nnd women GUARANTEED to be as represented or money refunded BE WARE of schools which do not do this Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue free For full particulars call at the college or r OKO WKllEUS SONS Mnnngor GRAVES VICTOR COX BOGACRT CO aThe natronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited It J F LOCKHART LEXINGTON KY liff f f 5op l S ft P I - w g 2 Â¬ iTiMflHIHR yjLLrrru KEEFOTOP ZEL KY mapaciiini 17 K Jewel er 1 col in 5 1 s 8 a 3 o4 ffl jji Â¬ Short Street aJi 53 a H g fe I i j T I S Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON KY Â¬ Notice of EiBGion The Gommhnwealth of Kentucky f Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work 3 To Tin SiiritiFFB of thk Counties of Guaranteed BunATHrrr Clakk Elliott E-Â¬ still Floyd Johnson Knott Lee Martin Magoffin Montgomery Â¬ Â¬ is a common habit of underestimating tho importance f rnn rntir tun t nriiils in tariff legislation and of regarding them n only related to concessions to bo mado to our manufac turers Tho truth is their influence is so far reaching that if disregarded a com ploto and beneficent scheme of tariffre- Â¬ 1 am suro sary revenue that thcro Â¬ form cannot bo successfully inaugu- Â¬ When wo givo to our manufacturesÂ¬ freo raw materials wo uushaoklo Ameri can ontorprlso and industry and these will open tho doors of foreign markets toÂ¬ tho recoption of our wares and givo opportunity for tho continuous and romun orativo employment of American labor With matorials cheapened by their freedom from tariff charges tho cost of their product must bo correspondingly cheapened Thereupon justico and fair ness to tho consumer would demand that the manufacturers bo obliged to submit to such a readjustment and modification goods as of tho tariff upon their finished benefit of to tho peoplo tho would secure the reduced cost of their manufacture and shield tho consumor against tho ox notions of inordinate profits who Tho millions of our countrymen tarlll wol for havo fought bravely and and con reform should bo encouraged war are challenging open boldly tin against trench at i constantly guarding in their camp c y TaHffroform will not bo willed until onestly ud fairly in the interest in to lio benefit of a patient undlong rated HAZEL GREEN KY 1 Is tho only firm in the town which ban Waekeas a vacancy exists in the of dies the jitfctly celebrated -X mim j a it m fico of Representative in Congress of the United States from tho Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky caused by lrom the wholesale house of tho death of tho Hon M C Lisle Now Theueiohe T John Young Hrown Governor of tho Commonwealth aforesaid issuo this my writ of election PORTSMOUTH OHIO and command that you and each of you a fl When vou want tho UEST footwear a a 3 aTa no lly aiaaaa a a a aaaaaj causo polls to bo opened at the several give him a etui voting places in your respective counties IlKIMtKSKXTIXQ and a special election held according to HOUSE law on Tuesday the 5th day of Novem- Â¬ pOMBS CAMPTON KY SANFORD VARNER CO ber 1894 for the election of a Represent Â¬ ative in the Tenth Congressional District J B HOLLON Propriktor wholesale dealers in of Kentucky to fill tho vacaucy caused by tho death of M C Lislo as aforesaid The nntronngo of tho traveling public is said day being the samo on which the respectfully solicited Table the best nnd regular election for Congress will tako every attention to the comfort of guests place And you will causo notice of said 121 and 123 Second Street election to bo mado as provideel by law FLOYD BYHD aH follows PORTSMOUTH O Campton Ky Immediately on receipt of a writ of election or proclamation of elec- Â¬ The trade of Eastern Kentucky is most ATTORNEY-AT-LArespectfully holicited tion tho sheriff shall give notico i Abstracts of title furnished collec thereof by advertisements posted at tho tions made and prompt returns guaranteed Court Houso door and thosovoral places Connected with tho law firm of Wood Day HAZEL GREEN KY CO of voting and published in somo news Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice paper printed in tho county If such bo MRS LOU DAY Proprietress WHOlKSAIE DKAIKIIB IX T C JOHN80N tliero J II SWANQO Tho tnblo ia suppliod with tho Campton Hazel Green In Testimony Whereof I have boat tho iimrkot aiVords and guosts caused theso letters to bo JOHNSON SWANGO mado patent and tho seal will find tho ooni forts of homo ATTORNEYS-AT-LAof tho Commonwealth to be whilo nttonding tho Fair Stop at hereunto affixed Dono at Will practice in tho Wolfe county and cir seal tho Day Houso court J Frankfort the 1st day of cuit abstracts Collections promptly made of titlo iurnished on short Third Raoe and Union Sts August in tho year of our and notice Lord ono thousand eight CINCINNATI O hundred and ninety four We carry the goods that will suit your D MOORE I also carry a comploto lino of trade and our prices nro THE LOWEST and in tho ono hundred and riTH Millinorv and koop in stock Special attention given to nail orders third year of tho CommonBEN WILLIAMSON CO BANANAS APPLES MELONS wealth TWH WRCTC How to half solo all John Young Brown and othor fruits c I IU OLUnU I Ojyourfoot wenr without Patronage rospootfully solicited Hy tho Governor a last and Ulust Roek without rock tamp CATLBTTSBURO KY John W IIeadley ing sent for 25o Address T LBWJi MksLOUDAY Sccrotnry of Stato Solo agency for South Bend Plows CO Caney Ky for theso valuublc receipi Â¬ Morgan Menefee Fike Powell and Wolfe John M Rose I JfLJs I ft A a 1 jig I si o 1 4 J i I Boots and Shoes -- C P Tracy Co i W W FYVIE - A Mf W KOV1 m Â¬ Â¬ LOUIS STIX k W Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc V Â¬ MILLINERY C Â¬ Hardware Cutlery A V TBI wm MLd mK