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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - fc v v Hazel Gr - x 11 nif W AiJLTSfcr CO IPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor 3EijTrioarH KY THURSDAY of Caiupton wad Ami niWfttt fU Herald i i31 M Of a Noliiy Woiltl With Nmvs Irom All Nnlltuin Iumbtliif ut Ills llntjlc PRICE PiyKvOENT A VOL I PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE HAZEL GREEN WOLFE xc CJOPr it SEPT 6 1894 amauiHw0nmitxirvLiimimMiM3iJmXMV iimniruyrtrmrir ith n in NO 3 Carter Kash of Ezol is one among tho dust endurors Miss Mary Jano SwangoJoC Stanton la tho guest of her sister Mrs Janetf Lacv of this place v Curtis Lykins of Campton was over N yesterday Will Roberts towu yesteidny Happenings on the Streets at the Hotels in the Stores and at the Fair Grounds DIGEST OF THE DAYS DOINGS Harry Cecil of Grassy was tiptoeing in town Wednesday W 0 May and wife of White Oak aro Dr J A Taulbco reports tho birth of a boy baby to the wife of Johnnlo Pieratt Thoy call it Androw Mrs A S Henry and sister Mi Scott attending tho Fair Hoary Cecil of Grsasy Creek made a swell ip towu Wednesday Dr Rnney nnd daughter of French burg nre attending the Fair - daisy she The Fair She is run on principles biz Bouie boys nre quite frisky But the police do cm briskly And thats just the way tho thing is Is h Is from Kansas aro registered at tho Day Houso Thoy aro enjoying tho Frlr Call nt tho De Busk feed atnblo with your horso and hnvo him woll cared for during tho Fair 4U Bro Hopkins preached at Jackson Inst Miss Rachel Nickell of Ezel was hero Wednesday and witnessed the races i3Cl TI ILING V aNlw IKTVj night YELLING FOU NANCY CHANEY Â¬ Our old friend P B Winn of WinEx Sheriff C C Hanks was at the Fair chester is here attending tho Fair and yesterday shukiug hands with his friends of whom Wm Duy of Frozen is at tho Fair and no man has more Phip divides his time taking it all in between Winchester and Hazel Green Jo Boon Nickel of Black water was and his love for our people is such that In town yesterday to hear him talk ono would imagine him identified with us rather than the WinJames Ingrain of Maytown was at chester bank in which he is the individthc Fair yesterday ual book keeper During the recent oraDont fail to get a glass of milk shake torical contest at his town in which Ha at Taylor Johnsons zel Green Academy had it representative Jeff Phipps of Morgan county was a in the person of Clay Lacy Phip wore popular judge yesterday the Academy colors hazel and green Gjftyer Cleveland drinks milk shako nnd yelled for our boy louder than anybody and so does The Hkuald 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Lacy of Campton was tho guest of his uncle James Lacy Wednesday Dudley Arnett of Salyersville was one of the visitor- to tho Fair yesterday - HOW SHEEP SKIN LOST RACE WEDNESDAY THE Representative W 0 Taylor and wife of Frenchhurir aro visitinc IiIb brother-in- law Prof J WTaulbeoand taking in the Fair ft Hon Joe Kendall Democratic nominee for Congress the long term Hon Wm Bcckner Democratic candidato for Ex sheriff Sam Dennis ot Ezel was in the short term nnd John L Bosley edi- Â¬ town yesterday taking in tho Fair tor of tho Winchester Sun und Republi- Â¬ If you waut the finest Beef Mutton or can candidate for the short term will each address tho people at the Fair Co Pork buy from H F Pierntt grounds today at ll30 a m We do not Deputy Sheriff Sara Wheeler of Mot know whether they will make political gan county was at the Fair yesterday speeches or not but presume that they Try n glass of Taylor Johnsons milk- Â¬ will prefer to expatiate upon the beau- Â¬ shake its out of sight 4t ties of that most healthful and most enjoyable occupation of farming is a picDr Lockharts ture We will look for him next year Golly mighty damn whats them sheep skins around that horses legs for Leave your horse with John Pieratt Ho feeds rubs and waters three times a exclaimed an old farmer rubbing tho dust ofT his spectacles I reckon she cork herself he said to The Her dont Miss Rachel Nickell of Ezel was one Well Uncle Bill it will ald man of the beautiful girls at tho Fair yestor- - take a better horse man than I to tell you day about tho sheep skin rings and then wo Jo Ellison of Cntlettsburg is up for scrambled out of a cloud of dust and tho Fair He is registered at the Duy made our way for a glass of milk shake County attornoy elect A Howard Stam per was on tho grounds yesterday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ House J Pieratt of Maytown was up day lie says tho Fair is to miss See One of tho handsomest girls at tho Fair yesterday said to The Herald Who is that good looking little too good a thing man fellow in the band uniform Thats yesterÂ¬ PU J T Gevedon if you want any- - As thing in tho piano organ or sewing ma chine line r One of the young ladies that is at- Â¬ tracting especial attention is Miss Anna W Tnulbco was a conspicuous Cop Prof J of Jackson Her lovely brown figure at tho Frr yesterday He hails eyes whose lustre melts in living fire as from Dnysboro Byron would say together with her beautiful face make her an exquisite J B Hollon and wife were at tho Fer Surely there yesterday Mr Hollon has exhibited object to look upon is nothing so refreshing as a beautiful some nico stock woman D J Lykins of South Fork was an Yo editor while entertaining some ontorprising farmer that was present at young ladies in tho presence of his better tho Fair yesterday struck his hand against the printing J 0 B Johnson and Jess Horton of press and dislocat J two fingers Luck- Â¬ Hope are taking in the Fair They are ily he carries an accident policy which with Mrs F N Day will not mako good the loss but will W J Soitz and wife of West Liberty make his pockets jinglo for at least a few They will days wcro at tho Fair yesterday remain over tho week When tho horses showed up for tho J W McCullngh of Cincinnati is reg- Â¬ istered at tho Day House and is taking in the Fair Clay Wade Womack Well isnt ho too sweet for any use she said just how Id like to kics him Then she sank back in her scat in the sweet Testa cies of loves young dream Â¬ W O Mizo say ho has not aeon so many yesterday peoplo sinco ho was at tho Worlds Fair honored with a visit from Misses Beatty Ho Bays thoy outnumber tho frogs of Cora Combs and Pattie Malum accom Â¬ tho Nile G D Sullivan und Joo OHcur of panied by Harlan Beatty Tho last Clark county were in attendance yester Â¬ named lady is a lovely disciple of Faust Charloy Swango and Ollio Wnlcotf of day Frankfort aro with M E James for tho in tho art preservative of all arts and is at present engaged in manipulating Fair They aro enjoying thomsolves im Â¬ Will Rowland of Saylervillo came in last night to take in tho remainder of the type on the Beattyville Enterprise Sho mensely says the business has a great fascination Sheriff Ben Carr of Morgan wifo and Fair to her and we expect somo day to hear daughter attended tho Fair Wednesday Charles Ringo of Rothwell is up for that she has developed into a first class and wero much pleased with tho enter- Â¬ a visit to his friends and taking in the reporter on some metropolitan journal tainment air Our friendship for tho craft leads us to Tho ndvertisoment of T F Cnrr the Troy Pieratt is well again and will hope so at least littlo jeweler of Ezol will bo found in soon have Billy Gout in shape for the Among tho visitors at tho Fair yester Â¬ this issue nnd It will pay you to read it track day was Thrasher Combs Democratic carefully Miss Ida Lindon of Jackson iH spend Â¬ candidato for Sheriff of this county Miss Susio Greor of Grassy Crook wfH ing the week with friends and taking in and ho was quite busy shaking hands taking in tho flights at tho Fair yo tor with his friends whose name is legion tho Fair day with our jowelor J M Hajsus of Thrasher has just recovered from a spell Representative Mason Cope of Jack Â¬ this place of fever but while it left him a little son is in town today Ho will stay over Tho Baddlo ring yealorday was n beau- Â¬ thinner in ilesh ho is none tho less hearty tomorrow in greeting his friends Nor is his hearti Â¬ ty It has nevor boon equaled iu tho F M Gevedon and Harris Tcrrel of ness to be attributed to his candidacy history of tho Association oithor iu stylo Upper Grassy were enjoying tho races for ho is always the same genial gentle- or numbers yesterday man Henry Combs Circuit nnd County Mrs John P Salycr of West Liberty Nancy Chancy is tho queen of tho Clerk of Menofee accompanied by Uia ih over for the Fair and is visiting Mrs pacers having won that honor yesterday daughter was attending tho Fair Ellen Kash in the fastest pacing race ever held in Wednesday Nancy Chanoy is four Miss Lucy Brandenburg another of the mountains Henry Phillipsvof Mt Sterling is at Beattyvillos handsome girls is visiting years old and is indeed a lovable mare the Academy Homo After tho Fnir Is Later It was not tho fastests raco as Mrs Lou Day over ho will matriculato in tho Acadomy better tinio was made lufct year for tho year of the prot Miss Mollio Rowland one Never before in the history of the Fair tiest girls in tho mountains is the guest Tho Wells horse was woll driven yca have we had so many charming young of Mrs Lou Day terday by Ray Moss who mado him a lady visitors They hnvo come from all Breeding Seal and Gabbnrd of Boonc the country around and thcro is not a closo second Look out for him in tho 200 paco Friday ville aro over for a good time and they town in fifty miles that is not woll repreare having it too sented See to it young men that they Three balls and one baby Thatll Jas H Little and wife of Campton are well entertain 1 tho way sho goes boys Tho Fair jtvjfc nre the guests of the Day House and are comes onco a year and only lasts four Thcro was some betting in tho high enjoying tho Fair days so enjoy yourself circles yesterday Hon D S Godsoy and Uncle John Nickell said he spit out DrTaulhco lost a lino water melon to Stranger its lonesomo in a big crowd y enough mud yesterday to mako a President Pieratt and Harry Gambrel isnt it I had rather bo in tho wilder- Â¬ chimney Tho Herald man was ness than in a big crowd by my aolf i on it mule race Mrs Mary Jano Swango of Powel reflbroe and helped cat the melon far as loneliness is concerned county is visiting her sister Mrs James Thanks gentlomen Supt A F Byrd of Campton in Lacy at this place Squire Bill Webb was hero yest rday shaking hands on tho amphitheatre IIo Prof Cord was taken suddenly yester hunting dynamito to blow out a well is immensely popular and a tireless work- Â¬ day and at this writing is very sick but Squiro is mistaken about this project as er iu tho educational circle the dynamite is very liablo to crcat i not serious however Dr J F Lockhart dentist is locatod crevices in the bottom of tho well that Remember no ono allowed about tho will injure very materially its useful iu the roar of tho brick building on tho grand stand but thoso who are invited IK 8 corner of Main and Broodway Call on No room for loafers him nnd hnvo your teeth oxnmincd Jonas F Vansant vice president of tho The racing yesterday barring the time was as good as can bo seen on any track The Herald office wuh on Â¬ u i i Â¬ stick-and-cla- Â¬ j trotting race yesterday a visitor was Well durn me if heard to remark that aint the first time I over saw a Mrs F McGuire itng horse wear pantalettes referring to tho Wm Linden and wife of Leo City was Riggs entry which was decorated with at tho Fair yesterday Undo Bill cer- Â¬ tho sheep skin toggles tainly enjoys his friends W R Metcalfe representing the Charles Wyatt and John Trimble of Mayfield Woolen Mills of Mayfield Ky Camargo are stoppingat Mrs F N Days will bo at tho Day House during tho and are taking in tho Fair Fair with a Hue of Casimcro and Jeans and Wolf of Vir- pants Merchants aro requested to call Messrs Stephenson ginia ore taking in tho Fair They aro and examine his lino It at Swango Springs atopping Jolly John Pieratt tho Jocular Jock- Â¬ Berry Pieratt of Ezel is galanting tho ey is at his old stand His stablo needs girls at tho Fair in handsome stylo Ho no recomendation from us to tho trav- Â¬ is a comely lad of sixteen Hummers eling public If you want your horso Bring you watches and jewelry to ono and buggy well cared for call on him door cast of Jno M Roses store for J Watch these columns closely nnd spend M Havens to repair He guarantees 4t your moiey with those who advertise Take your meals at Mrs Hilda Days That is the way to encourage home enterwhere you can also got your Millinery prise and if people would only make that a rule times would soou be butler und buy tho freshest ind ni nt fuHs Mias Cora Combs of Ezel and a most oxcollent young lady by the way is vis Â¬ Â¬ J Miles Nickell of Daysborougb was Fair Association was on Wednesday If you wnnt a good squnro meal call among the number who was sight s jing summoned to tho bedsido of his brother on us nt tho Fnir grounds Fresh meats at tho Fair yesterday John Vansant Clerk of tho EUott fish hot coffee etc 1 lt Catron Hill Wm Frisby Jerry South Bill Day County Court who is dangerously ill and ho left at once for Sandy Hook and Georgo Smith of Frozen Creek J D Phipps deputy sheriff of Morgan were at the Fair yesterday John Wilson get your gun your sword county nnd tho Democratic nomineo for and pistol and march thoso follows to J L Noblo and Charlie E Scwoll of jail that havo been throwing their hati shorifT accompanied by his wlfo nnd daughter attonded tho Fair yesterday Jackson seem to bo in tho old business in ths air and swearing by tho sun moon of heart breaking at tho Fair That Virginia pistol that was pulled nnd stars that thoy coud not bo ar Â¬ on Kentucky soil yestordny was landed Mrs J M Downing of West Liberty rested in tho hand of tho officer in Bhort ordor iH tho guest of Mrs Ellen Kash of our Misses PryBO Flannery and Clayton Tho citizen that pulled it wont to gMsa city and is taking in the Fair thrco of Beattyvillos charming young Hon J C Lykins of Campton accom Â¬ panied by his two sons Gus and Arthur was visiting tho Fair yesterday MisH Roso Trimblo whohaB boon quit ladies aro at Mrs W T SwangoH Miss Clayton has a tenor voice rarely excelled ill for a long timo still continues a pa Â¬ for sweetness and compass tient Christian sufloror and tho warm Jo Kendall is quito n versatile gontl Kenith Gullet of Hendricks was at Yesterday ho slid over a counter tho Fair yesterday and if youll look mnti at the Fair Grounds and sold lemonudo good you will find him today and cider with as much avidity ns an Hon J Milt Hagar of Salyersville is Italian peanut vendor down for tho Fnir Ho is a staunch Dem- Â¬ Floyd Day of Clay City and a former ocrat upon whom there aro no Hies citizen of our town is up for tho wcok Seo the editor of Tin Hera maud Ho was ono of tho priino movers of tho A little Association and has always contribut 1 pay him your subscription largely to its success money now word bo very acceptiblc Come in ami get u shave and a cut at Dr Kasha corner ha1 weather and dust aro very trying upon hor Tho cow that took tho blue ribbon on Tuesday was tho property of Curtia Roso of our town and not of W T Swango as erroneously roporlod in our issuo of yestordny D n tho dust was an expression that camo out of an hundred drv throats it yestarday and then President Pieratt For apples pears bananas grapes and stopped forth and said Wa will not fancy candies call on A 1 Clark at tho only d n tho dust but wo will drown D PlIELPri Fair Grounds Ut it Good boy Nowtatitidoa- nimiii - AC t T JiMW0Mt mm kerxpI THE qpP5 c Edlfor t - itjuftmvmt n tiriaw xtHHiKVleiKvrstrxs M- l- M MM FAIR THE OLD K PIONEER READY FOR HI3Dff vCTkfl MEBs lvv53Iw R7 BiM i 1 w I r k If K - k f- 1nPk DlMUTIC Vy TICKET jil -11 Wr IHk aIBtImmWr t If ill Remember wo have the larmini in of 1TWRWEtWwXx I fll ill ixy ilniKSMl f gest stock goods Eastern nWBTIWMKJDiil rh Kentucky and when visiting the Pair dont fail to visit my PROGRAMME Thin Iy Moritlnt store I am making special 10 00 to 1st I to Untl llcnt Horse Colt week and call the 10 00 prices this to 1st 4 to 2ml Hest Mare Colt Host Mare year and under 0 to attention of tho buying public 10 00 to 2nd ltd to the following Ilcst Mare 2 years and under 3 0 to I JT r I wmmztomtM ISaBPJPfiMR3 lir iiiTilk frvimiKKrUi MA tfTiHf r i fl SMafbt i ill iMflf uTtfUSXL Â¬ I K711L ft s r v i G C 1 1 1st 4 to 2nd 1 10 00 For Congress Short Tcrtu Of Clark County Hon W For y M BECKNER Term Congress--Lo- ng Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County ii nai I T CENTER For County Attorney A H STAMPER County Clerk i For J Ii HOLLON For Sheriff A T COMBS G For County Judge County Ticket t ii n Best Horse 1 year and under 2 0 to 10 00 1st to 2ml 3 G to Hest Ilorne 2 years and under 10 00 1st to 2nd 10 0 to first I to Hest Gentleman Hitler second Hest Latly Uiclcr 10 G to 1st t to 2nd Walk first half iiMc trot pnee or rack Pnrt1 10 20 to 1st second and run third 12 to second 8 to third Sweepstakes for all ages live to iill uiitl three to start 1 toniiorniiioS7ri0 t - Plaid Oassimcrcs at 450 former price 700 Scotch Mixtures at 550 t TT lnci Uiuuuy f Ii a n 1COO ibniTer n icelom 7 house in the bluegrass capital 1lV0nClataUUlor A Watch free with every pur- Da an Worsted at 400 chase of 5 or over former price 000 ja TiMn fclliU JLdM JC When in Lexington call oa Lr G STRAUS Reading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTH OC1A 1U1 n Mf P l For Assessor For Jnilor JEFF M HOSE JOHN R HOBBS JAMlvS PKLFUY For Coroner N roniier price ftouu to second Foot Knee 10 0 to first Scotch Cheviots at 700 200 yards 0 lf former price 1000 Fastest Trotting Mule in harness to first 10 to second fl to third Half mile line of odd Coats A large heats best two in three live to fill and three Pants and Vests at less than to start former cost Free for all Trot Horse Marc or Ocldinjr any age rtirsu 200 100 to first 50 to see BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING ond 10 to th d Me heats best three in at bod rock prices five five to fill and three to start 1 Third liy Altirnonn Liiht Oassimcres at 550 x 1 4 For Shoriff to first fi to second Mo third Half mile heats bust two iu three live to fill and three to start Mule Race 1f 7 i Vv nn authorized to announce SAM IIKNRY WILSON nfc a candidate forslierlll of Worfti county subject only to tbo jr ill of the jioopjo attlm o1Ih in November ISM pairs Nolly Rly Button and Lace to close at 75c regular A few V M Boekner Dbmo Judge cratio candidate for tho short term in Congress is making an activo r All entries for forenoon of each day must he made by 9 oclock a in and by 1 p This rule will be m for afternoon exhibits strictly adhered to Fntrance fees as follows towit Onpurscof On On On On On On On On On 2 10 0 canvass of the mountain portion of tho district Tho Hon John Bos loy tho Republican nominee and udgo Bocknor will probably make a joint canvass 1 ducod from 100 Complete lino of Mens Misses tt that at least fifty white Republi- Â¬ and Childrens Shoes at astonish Â¬ cans of this county would voto for Iiciuliuiis Awarded Soeontl Dny Low Figures ireforonco to Boslov Hest and finest Mare Mule Coll Win ing isooKuor i I just monlion a wholo stock Republican vote of Clark and Dudley Arnett As tho why Hest and finest Horse James House and Brognn at 100 tho county u jonly a few hundred Farny- Little his por coiil f dofoction if it ox- - Hest Mule one year and under two F nog roes will give Murohy and tends to tl L lleny ft Bocknor a tl jusand majority horo Hest Mule two years and under three Joe am closing at about 50 percent Hose both titst and second WinchostJ Democrat of their original value On On 1230 2300 - A Republican informed tho edi- Â¬ tor of tho Domocrat a fyw days ago of 20 00 of 2o 00 of 30 00 purse- of 10 00 purse of 30 00 purse of 73 00 nurse of 100 00 purse of 200 00 - purse purse purse purse purse purse of o 00 of 10 00 100 l oflfi 00 200 230 323 373 300 030 030 125 A largo lino Ladies Button Kid reduced from 175 to 100 Iijidios Glove Grain Button ro duccd from from 150 to 100 Best Silk stitched Kid reduced from 200 to 150 Gompleto lino of Ladios Polkas and Polish from 50c to 100 good winter Shoos prico Misses Grain Polkas A 7 I BiOY VUXL at 50c ro pl A eielF ire Eilpisli AND SN F 1 ZE I SAVE YOUR HOUSE Cviw t IAS tXS ao irius trVPrli iii1- d J 4 trd NSdP I t l 1 1 Rattle 1 Hatffo1 CHEAP SIMPLE EELIABLE HANDY -- - Hest Mule any ne Joe Hose and Frank Tho Ropulilcans have nominatod a proaohor 6JI Congress in this tlis- - Murphy Hest Jacl- - any ng Win T Swango Hast Harness Stallion any uge H zr goods HARDWARE Call and givo us a look Wo Harglsaud W W McCuire oro thus sums up tho Hoathon Free for all pace Join Chancy Mr Weis want your trado and if prices aro And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements flitnntion w in Brockinridno iB and S O Hrow i any objoct will havo it These liominatpd l M will got throo Tot two years old md inderthrec Dr prices aro for this weok only and Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons Owens Domocrals T Ioekhart Clias Hose and D M Arncit i tourtns ot ai n strictly for CASH jinuurs aiuii iLjwers tho Prohibitionists got hal will hiteleys Solid Steel binders and Mowers Yours anxious to ploase I will got a f tho hoathon excopt FOR BSTRepairs kept in stock for LcCormick Whitcloy and ITDAY Kaufman I will get Rabin Mos Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes tho colorod troops a big slico 3U Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows against tho Soparato bocauso I a d Billy Owens and - Coach Bill 4OATYIOCUTKS Atiytlilnt tlmt can tin Billy Brook idgeand every durn ailNUTKS type koIIoh IiTTiuUilS lnl uimI up wUl mil lit kind T will not a tViiUlii impur od bill of t after tho McGarvoy fow proaclu THE HERALD OFTlCE 1IAZRL UK KEN ICY lice otV of tho Camp- stripo and iiiiKKK icy t luvri o my grand daftly Cut bollitoa boc DINOFKLDEU sUvtod thoi luirch and I used to MANTELS AND GEATES WITH and dealor in and I will got ovory help torun Hest proachors onfiho local tickets If thoy have if jjninatod tho parsons in ordor frjUt tho good Lord on Ihoir side tFJI scheme will prove a fniluro TlD proper coat of arms would lio iv loven hoof a forkod lau anu a o ink of brimstone unoorat Winchester iriot and iitliivoral counties have JT ifid1 CeeM 1 Hest Harness Mace or Gelding Dr Lock prico ha t aMl oil u D Hose Your choico of Prints at 5c por Host Saddle SiulMou Noet Lyons and Al vim1 be t Dye Good roml Pencils Be por Hest Hrood Miro and one colt Joe Hose and Kd Cecil i niuu vuil r riiiuu mniui his colts J T to each purchaser of 250 worth of KcstStaUon and thieo of Day Wo closo a lino of Canton Lawns at Ac former price 5c phallies jftf SPLNCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and Day to closo at leper yard former Morgan Counties and seo tho Little Wonder Insurance amy cover actual loss of goods burned but it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing business PKEVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL B A I 7o MCull fYKH gnni JKWJt Ml AVJSl JH J IMMfllflinWWWW w V MM X8A JUt JU DEALER TX Sadde Ma c or Geldnj Alexander QUEENSWARE rr TINWARE Lucv-uriMiiiv Ti -- I 1WIITINC - j i JOHN W The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges CRAVEN on the Market Queensware at I WSSKWAKEI Throat Prices ornKit t VlfMii will it district and then I lot of docont a docont man lo poo- - JIOipilJoitoiiM Importers mid Jobber ot a UaMwM stock as straight as a shin as a ribbon and if DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS glt and si Furniture of all kinds repaired linitMliPiWiaTi y on tho track but my Our arrangements aro such that Noa 037 MU and fill- Oouiin Willie and mo 1 will got wo can furnish Tombstones or Mon Â¬ -- Wost rain Street there Eli an d dont you forgot uments from any kind of Marblo or Orauito at tho lowest frieos LOUISVILLE KY sol am Trimmings of all kinds kept in EO MITCHELL Tho Farmers Friend s witjl ii roco North Mnysville Street rt sterlhi Ky TEIMBLE BROTHERS 1i- V lWi W MT STERLING KY w VI R31 It - T R 1 V ksB p l V an1 mml Kvf mmwMmmMW KIHQ OF THE GULF Homo Anionic of Itunhlro Tlio ItcMldont Htut 111 Motley Crowd j--s- the 3 10 n ni to thu capital of tho KnpHsh protectorate in thu IVndan tfulf Mure our resident lives who may bo styled IciiiK of tho ffulf ami before whom all tho i tily potentates nlonjf its shores be tJi on tho Arabian or Persian side ow down Ho has his steam yacht 4ml li tinn Inuiuh provided for him a Ilritiflh is appointed to be always In readiness to do his bid- dlnj and the Uritish residency with its lhiffntnlt and extensive compounds Is by far tho most conspicuous build- injf In tho town says tho Fortnightly 5b man-of-war Hushtrc 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON Rogninr Meals 25 conts Moala to ordor nt nil hours 8p m Supppr from 5 to 9 p m Breakfast from KY 5 to 9 u in Dinner from- - W T EfSIET vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty ctxrjs fctrxARW itoax jtto3p ftTmwwftJwUtaMr nwwiwiiwiiiiiwwiw JOHM H THULGEE HI D Review lushiro is a truly horrible place built at tho edge of a split of sand run -Â¬ DEALER JN- AND ning out into tho gulf Its population is very mongrel -- Arabs Persians Hin- Â¬ doos are all hopelessly mixed up there- Â¬ in It has an English bank What with its English residency Engllh bank English telegraph English steamcrJ agents and English Hushire is as English as could well bo wished Lawn teunis may bo seen upon tho quays ladies may play und bvlies may rido without incurring mmv than an ordinary amount of star- Â¬ ing from the Moslems It U confidently asserted that If the Karoun route is opened out into the heart of Persia Uushlre will cease to be the seat of our resident and tho cap ital of our Persian gulf protectorate will be removed to Fao or some other t pot which has not yet got a name If that time ever comes and Ihishire ceases to be the chief outlet for the Persian caravan trade the place will not long survive for it has no preten- Â¬ sion whatsoever to call itself a harbor Jig stcamerN have to anchor at least two miles off land outride a sand Â¬ bar and if l he sea is very rough landing is next to impossible liushire chances to be the outlet for the roads across the KotaN and if it ceases to be that its reason for existence will cease also men-of-war HAZEL GREEN KY CHARLES JBSurgery and obstetrics n specialty UIIL Â¬ BIIISE Stewing with Ladles Toilets Curllg Irons Uroiulng Pnlnls Silk Lacesblack and white Whale Hone CnshiRR Ladles Slippers Lnees Lmttroiucries Complete lino of Hosiery Veilings Inftuits Caps Elimics etc etc Umbrellas Towels Bay Tour Hats of Mo and Got Thorn Triintaod Froo of Charge My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest stylo just from the city ns well ns many other notions too numerous to mention I will also do DRESS MAKING and will out and make dresses to suit the hard time prlees Hest system of cuttiuu hy the Huddinuton Cutting Maehino which was awarded first premium at tho worms luir 189 J CrMiss LAURA RAWLINGS of tovinirton Ky well and favora- i lily known to the ladies of this vicinity he my assistant Your trade Is respectfully una siuislaetion guaranteed solicited r Very respoctlully Woolen Dress GoqjIi Ginghnmtf LaWtis c Muslins White Goods Dress Shields Corsets Dress Trimmings Green and vicinity I have opened a GENERAL n recti and will carry a cam- wwti pletc line of the following articles which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICES viz I bill Ladies Hats Ladles Gloves Ulirvn mitt uiiuia PtTllVflfiVfi nnnni ypnin Hat Trimming ttlbbons sit illii it fsti ififc For the benefit of the ladles fo Hnrol 11I Underwear Handkerchiefs it unit AJVHV9 iru n i VJ - REED PEEBLES WHOLKSALH Co 3S mrs FRED PAY Dry Goods Notions - CXf3y PORTSMOUTH 0 ooooooowfrOIF YOU I want to learn HAZEL i GREEN -- o o ADEMY SEPTEMBER 3 cp 0 0 SESSION OF 1894 95 Â¬ TELEMRY and bceokue a competent OT FIRST TERM BEGINS MONDAY TELEGRAPH A comjilete Faculty that is la sympathy with the educational interests of My Lastern Kentucky Studies in all departments of school work carried on EKPKNSKS lOlt TWKNTY WKIiUS MtQii X OPERATOR JHVWrite -- ZC SP2 IMPROVING Country Life THE EYES I ft the Host Antidote for NciirAulitpilntHi LEXINGTON KY It is satisfactory to be told by Mr Ellis that blindness in England is cnooL countii slowly decreasing says the Speeta- tor though Srcat liritain still stands in this respect behind two other Euro pean countries and three more come Shortsightedness before Ireland AND- however appears to be increasing everywhere liormany Having a signal and sinister preeminence in this re- Â¬ spect A French doctor has noted the re markable fact that wild beast caught Slate claims piitoyoung or born in captivity become being that shortsighted the conclusion the eye adapts itself to its habitual snhere of vision and unless educat- Â¬ ed to use Mr Ellis term to see ob Â¬ jects at a distance loses the capacity AND- of so doing Even in after life the eye extent so educated may be to some though probably only when the myopia is not considerable It is thus within the experience of the present writer that his sight great lv improved in davs trone bv when he became a volunteer by practice at the butts so that while at first he could not see the target to shoot at without spectacles at the range after a twelvemonth or so he only needed to put on spectacles at four hundred yards Hut beyond that range he was never able to dispense with them LOWEST PRICES Country excursions are therefore ex Â¬ LARGEST STOCK means of strength Â¬ tremely valuable as ening the sight of town bred children and the conductors of such excursions should take pains to direct the eyes of the children to distant objects to tho NO BETTER PLACE furthest hill church tower or other landmark noting if possible any in capacity to discern the selected object md then selecting some nearer one for tho weaker sighted Â¬ Â¬ three-hundred-ya- m kwwww qp wqBpqsanwi Washing Music per lesson One half payable in advance Deduction for sickness protracted two weeks or more Free scholarships to one pupil from each of twenty counties Enroll the first day and apply yourself and you will join with all in say ing Hazel Green Academy is the hcU and cheapest school in Eastern f Kentucky v p lf parents or guardians have daujjhtsrs they want to put in a first nlass K lirst fjrade school thev should write us for particulars before arraiiL niL toa M 11 II Ill XIII1 IMll lllll lllllll llllIl Illlll 1 I1III1I 1lllllllll rIII IIII11IIT Illll P v half what it would cost in the Hlup Krass We will compare with any v IS them Send for Catalogue for particulars Â¬ 1 IlQrd Tuition4 Matriculation 00 00 10 00 1 00 35 1 10 I I 1 I - 1 I n ofg y STORE Opera House Block M- otfto Â¬ TlSr- - M riOTS i lrtflTmln5iT s h n pi L iol r rm v r j k LEXINGTON KY - State College of Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 chanical Engineering Veterinary Classical Normal School Counly appointees received free of tuition Hoard in dormitories 225 per For catalogues apply to to week in private families 1 A new and carefully select- Thirty Professors and Instructors Eight Courses of Study as follows Agricultural Sciontific Biological Civil Engineering Me- Â¬ Vsa nil T Prouuce ed Stock of the rd LATEST STYLES and at prices that Come and see us tition Kespectfully defy compeMrs MAGGIE HOWARD Â¬ JAS K PATTERSON Ph President LEXINGTON KY D CALDWELL COLLEG 5 DANVILLE j FOR YOUNG KY WOMEN Two College Courses in Latin reek Math Modern IamuaiC8 vte leading to A B Thirty fiifth year opens riept 12 IMM Address id II S degrees C A CAMIMIEIJ President 1521 THE HERALDS - FOK a year anil it is acknowledged to he the best local iMWieil in Keiitiieuy hulcribe now and heenro od thin1 It will contain this year Â¬ ITATe gWBost to bo had for tho money KILLIES AND THEIR FOES Not Only VM Iowl nnl Mini Devour like said the deacon kindly as ho that passed his hook through the skin be hind tho back II n of tho killie and cast minnow hook and sinker the length of his lino to try the effect of a fresh bait If the snappers dont bite any better than theyve been doing hell be swim ming as lively as ever when we pull up hook at those anchor to go home box Nothing damper killies in the bait about them than some seaweed since morning and theyll all bo ready to swim away if they stay till to morrow They are tough andhardy little fellows ami no mistake ho continued lifting the seaweed to look admiringly llsh at tho wriggling little stumptailed They box packed like sardines in the seem to have been created for the good of others Everything preys on killies from men who bait their hooks with thorn or eat the minnows as whit bait down to the gulls ami herons and has and blackflsh and wenklish and lluko and snapper that follow thorn among the grass every full tide And with all this keeping after them they dont thin them out that anyone can Why the very chickens along soo shore will run from a dough trough for tho sake of eating killies eggs Hold on a minute deacon snid tho reporter who was tho pious mariner I grant fishing companion that day say but pleaio explain all the refit you ow ohiokens manage to got at the killies eggs If youd said ducks or gcoso I eould understand it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 TO UMU B- - t 00 iiisMig ttge BIS YOIP ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION KOIt YQUNG LADIES Hut Kvon Chltltfii IMlliij o TIhmii He doesnt mind a little thing HAZEL GKEENKY Ht Aduiirabilos Wliiio Sulphur Ky This institution undtr the direction of the Sisters of the Visitation H V M is sit uated in a healthy and beautiful local ty ot This school now at the head of Colleges the well known Mine Grass Kcgion for Young Ladies in Kentucky oilers the Here the pupils enjoy the conifotH of best advantages to parents wishing to edu home far removed from the distractions ot cate their daughters well a city and can consequently with greater Comfortable rooms good fare anil the best facility avail themselves of the advantages of teaching Prices moderate adorded of a thorough enucation For catalogues or information write to Terms reatr liable Music Oravon and Painting extra House is heated by steam REV C POPE President apparatus Kor further particular address won Â¬ 4 1127 MILLKKSIUIIG KY SIstors of tho Visitation B V M i i t i jh JAY-EYE-S- EE PIERATTS HI SBfe WE KA7S AND A H 4 I yI a I of S every known remedy removed a lurco Hunch 2 two yearn standing from u 3 year old Ally 2 of s with thrcuappltcatlonHof Juy-Kyc-K- it iiiliau T T nttif Tlllni UIUIO 1iirjll HOJJlB vriiHuclue iiimuj says f Wis Aftortrylnir 1 t 1 AOiVVtabBBBB OTKEJMW lUAIK AT i i f-l-lM- PINKll JjflH IMilSMim u HAZEL GKEENKY Double and Single Kigs and Sad ITD 3Sv5aDDOU KWKLNK dlo Hordes for hire Parties con Â¬ MANUFACTURING voyed to any point on reasonable 185 E Main St Custom House Square 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O tonus to all calls for will also nttontl LEXINGTON KY AfJT Tho lending houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FUKNISIIIKG auctioneering and solicit business and NOTIONS Ahvarys lmvo Big Drivoa Special attention BO Comfetent worknicti in our watch GOODS Kuspoct fully of this kind to Mail Orclors rcpairlngfjepartmcnt JOHN II P1EHATT m i 00 AND UP dlH Fred J Heintz TH Q 1 ItlKthobostprepnratlon I hnvoevorusodorhcnrd S of 1 heartily recommend it to nil Horsemen We have hundred of such taUmonial PrlwSlSOpfrliotilp Askyourdrnralstforlt If ho Tyfjifflll nut kup Utciul trial tox l dot IV II KUUY UMSScHtuiiuxi or Uvrr for N Y CO Whitcliall IMmintunit t ll ILWUMMglMa M 1 m mm f fiPTiwTO atTTOOLa JbbbbbH i -- y W r 1 rv JU j fcswrrs in fCowida XWijhiC ZTfaem tw are more tints to the nqunro in Florida tlmu In uiy other emm topjisx U world Miyji a vi iter in tho IdternnTinTj News There are untnwhlch tll rpensnre mora than hnlfnninuhi m length and then there tiro ant so fxxmvtt tbnt they can scarcely be scon to Ktiore with the unaided eye There are iwfl artts tind black ants and trouble- woroq jmta But as bad as they ure I resve wcrer heard of them eatlnjf out 3e Neat of a nuuia trousers aH u mis Ic -- ar Vnrt or tho World There Than In Any Other jv J T millerJeLECTIONtKAIKR IN THE- - - NOTICE Hardware Iron and KY Steel 1 LEXINGTON I asJ Mftiry Uev Mr Wilson oneo SSbr wrflter ho tmwtho army ants do In India while tho man was silting on tho earth told the 6th day of November 1894 tor the oloetion of a Representative H in tho Tenth Congressional Dis- Â¬ Livery Feed and Sale Stable trict of Kentucky to fill tho vn- jcancy caused by thu death of Lj nr HAZEL GREEN KY C Lisle said day being on which tno regular oieci ion 101 i jl OrDoulilo nnd Single mi mi in jma tm HiH nnd Saddle Horses uongresawiu uiko piaee To tho Votora of Wolfo Count Thoro will bo a noeia ohMtin hold at thu various places of voting in Wolfo county on Tuesday the BUSINESS WORLD IN MINIATUBJ PIERATT y I H tj TTwr w ar MB Fr tho Florida ants will take out hr Induce- and othor minute seeds JRrum the soil in which thoy are planted xad actually destroy tho bed They will suck tho life out of acres of young triicnmbcrs and melon plant uproot wlmwburry plants or cover the buds with earth to such an extent as to kill utisMu Thoy will get into pie pieklu sjcvucS Mrup sugar on meat in hash will riddle a cake or fill a loaf of IfcaWs bread till it is worthless All remedies failing I took to baiting tiChom near their itests with slices of taunt bones apple ami pear parings axsiA when I had from fifty to one Jfrxmdred thousand out turned a kettle 43 boHing water on them I have Seined iu one week over one million xs the space of a quarter acre lot ami X dinve almost wiped them out I had to Xhit to secure any lettuue plants iinnd many unobservant farmers com ipHain of seedsmen when they should at atrlVute their troubles to insects It is very curious and instructive to tire how promptly tho ants which es rapc thu scalding will go to work ttalrlng out tho dead and after piling ssliorn outside Ur t then go 1 1 excavat Â¬ ing again and rebuilding their cells nxxd runways Thh being done very 4aickly the next work on hand is the Easing in of a supply of food by haul kag tho dead bodies of tho hot water wlctims into their storehouses You scBy see a small black ant hauling and vgglg at the carcass of a red ant Xtvcnty times its own weight and he always succeeds In the end in land Â¬ ing it in the warehouse of the colony JSTeNt you may see a sort of ambulance rorps searching for tho disabled These sxtc taken carefully to tho underground Jjiouso where the suvgeons and nurses arc in waiting Then too you may see tho timekeepers and bosses direct Lg this one or turning another back nu some errand or to some other duty There Is not a moments delay no hult DR feet no idle hands but all move as SI it was their last day on earth and bis was thu only hour luft iu which to suMleotn a misspent life For lessons In ijodustry and perfect government go to x3jq ants - iiul a few minutes beside him F Piera DEALERS IN ii tjiSfe r-rt-- I for hire ed to able terniH nnr point on rciuon 1iirlles convoy Â¬ dav of August 1801 GEO W DRAKE S C 1 will hIho HtttMid to nil cnlls for nnc tlonuuring nnd solicit business of this kind By C C Hanks lleipectriuly Ac J OHN II PIBRATT WITH Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY WE BARRINCER Capital 200000 SuniLUB 30000 Carter Dry Goods Go J M Vloe 1rosldent G L KIKKPATUICK W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ I1IGSTAKF President tara W M tllL Successors to Carter Bros Co Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY VVc respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers trailers anil business men lllIIIIIMllll kltll generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A vllew I trenernl mnktntr business done Give us a chanco to send you n bank book nay your cheeks and loan you money when in need WW THOMSON Cash LC Ally iyi - ArS4r V fiuuluuO Mranise OlV Patroungr of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited Wan Xtt crosses Svirrill- lTvAlTlCALXga WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH School South Live Stock AND KmlSrM r Or anything in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur- Â¬ nish you goods worlh tko money nnd YOU Will lllWO aiAKANTKE can use it RoBpoctfully T-P- at home - whore you HARP Ky Country THE JEWELER EZEL Morgan County Jfl PHILLIPS WITH Produce W M KERR io munis in CO Hardware Agricultural Implements IRONTON O Fourth Street near Maui CINCINNATI O to tho hands of any but reliable peoplo whou you aro looking for Wo are the largest CLOTHING house in Contral Kentucky and C C CALHOUN Principal mako a specialty of 700 and 10 100 tW 110 112 111 S lit E Main St LEXINGTON KY Suits With evory suit for Men wo givo a KNPOHn b the hijihest County ami State otnctaU hvtlte leailiui huiues and profiotioiial men of the country attd by iminlr--l- s of pupiU ho are siicccvbiul iu lutsint A I5lvtiviiu is imiile m the pupil tit llook UiiMitiij lhukiim yiiirthnnu T pe- writint Teletjraphx IViiumusdiijt oiniuer- citi 1 iw ritlimi Ontinintir Snellitie and lttiNines Correpomleneo ns tutiltt ty Ol It MW ANM IXTKUKSTINO plltlt ot Al- UAI niSlXKSS rrALTlCK u kh onlv iu OPUCOFJKOK belore which the old theohook copying sys retical copyrighted tem mint io POSITIONS for its pupils are made- a specialty in this school which promises to the Commercial World the highest type of etlicient business men titd women UAJtAXTKKl to be as represented or money refunded HEWAKE of ftchools which do not do this Send for beautiful illustrated Catalogue free For full particulars call at the college or address Â¬ Â¬ tct MONASTICISM iSUl to Uui Hcrou on the Ilttln Hlutiil Story the little Island of St Ilonorat Is of the most Impressive spots in Hiiropo says t lie Thinner Almost m- lwUiUvAVv Hwru at one time oc- KUpiei a most eo ftiouous position in rld us one of its 3 IK US Vh of tilt s As a center of historical i arriut IjitilleotuaLand oi ill iulluenee it had aus EUROPEAN ST rtarnoNT forget the place No JAMES HOTEL WKIIKUS SONS JliuinKorH guaranteed lovor move- Â¬ CSTCost to complete any prescribed courao VERY reasonable ment dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN kkkk White Hall of St Ilouomt To the student of ecclesiastical J OKO GRAVES YKJT0R COX KY CO his uTho iiitronate of Wolfe anil Morgan counties solicited LEXINGTON caino Tjlt J 1 F LOCKIIAUT B0GSGRT JBW616 r Custom House Block 35353SlX3r ZEL KY manuraciurmg 17 E Short Street r 1 1 HAZKL OUEEX KY eci upon me fTess nf humanity Tfchnn auv famous Ale of the Jrecian rtlitnokitro Tl fi jB well be called It is a remark- atho lona of the tut two little hi- blo circumstanc The Conimtinwealth of Kentucky jsilnlticant islnudl one in the tar aorth nmni the IM clouds and mists To TI1K SlIKUIFFS OF TIIK CotNTItS OF the wild AUiiiqI and the other in HllKATHITT ClAKK ElIlOri INnro far sontii umi the brilliant blue STILL Floyd Joussox Kxorr Lei r rfky and laved by e bluer waters of louhl have formed hc Mediterranean Martin Maooffix Moktuomkuy ke centers whlel row to them and Frosh Meats such as Hoof Moan ax MrNKiKK Piki Powkll Jfrom whenco wort lispersed all tho AND WOLFB spiritual and intell ual forces of Chris Pork and Mutton kopi on hand for jfcendom nuring its Wakiikas a vacancy exists ia tho of rkest ages tico of KeprCvSentutivo in Congress of tho one of those Meeting ono Umteil ctatcs fmia tho loata Uongross wretched lepers r were as common - sulo during tho weok lt f 11 ionnl District of Kentucky cutised by iiy t liristian ecutho death of tho Hon M C Lisle aNwiesas they nrelMow In Asia Hon Now Tiuiufouk I John Young room mrnt took him hoS to Ins own Hrowa Governor of tho Commonwealth terrible sores d began to nforesaid issue this my writ of election cJSitddeuly tho dreac liuasic otiieiorm- - Moiualemberti M sas a greater LEXINGTON f KY sh NOW fll EUon Diamonds Watohos and Jowolry Rolinblo Goods Fair Dealing And Bottom Prices All Goods and Work rua i 1 h1 g 2 3 Guaranteed lfiHi Ssi2S 11 Â¬ John C M Rose Â¬ dles the jiutly celebrated HAZEL GKEEN KY Is the only firm in the town which han ujI -- ffl smi lift ltjii Boots and Shoes trom thu wholesale house of anolls P Tracy Co PORTSMOUTH OHIO you want the BEST footwear uo ily 3 W SANFORD 121 1 ilhm FYVIE VARNER CO lieUoiT woit into overpowi andthl jarred face burst Jhu I Wken St llouorij left his northern was ai bmpanied by his JhJMit who was del tedly attached to adUtor of monastic life Skim The strict ril wuld not allow lo presence oi a The HHin within tin iroclnots vij rlrl who at her jtKtl and beautlf MmMmm as a Chrl Ian received the as consequently rwwiwi f Margaret tl mml to reaide in aV neighboring isle was completely m Lro where By her ijawiamtad from hoi Jrother matratia alio at It prevailed upon mo anil see her 3kbN to promise to know said she awe a a year uLet tima I maj ok for your com Satwkat am for that waaonj 11 be to mo the ar Tho saint HMily aaaaon or tno come when the anpltod that ha won -- Jbaxnresslble awe JLrd Jesus Ilimseljj the transfigured ig radiance and er ho beheld with othor than the I alMaonw s the salnta with IbarpvaywaatHl Wal Imtll she got her notice MarWu Uat Uta aln ku tivea in her blossom lously aiMMiw mir hundred and ninety four D MOORE 1 ttlso carry a comploto lino of uing each month and in tho ono hundred and fT WITH inch with tho significant flower Millinory and koop in stock third year of tho CommonBEN WILLIAMSON oa ii to her brothers retreat lie dutl BANANAS APPLES MELONS CO wealth Chilly emo to her at once and her Young Brown John and othor trims JMwrt was thus made glsd by tho sight Patronage respectfully solicited By tho Governor CATLETTSBURG M k brother no less thau twelve KY John WHbadiky Mus LOU DAY mmm awry year 4 Sole agency for South Bead piows Secretary of State L T supon the legend ilfauvaret aaaallatl trea ware rs me lorbaKun jdossom Whcro- - umi command that you mid each of you cause polls to be opoucil at the several voting places in your respective counties and a special election hold according to law on Tuesday tho Gth day of Novem- Â¬ ber 1894 for the election of a Represent ative in tho Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky to till tho vacancy caused by tho death of M C Lialo as aforesaid said day being tho same on which tho regular election for Congress will take place And you will cause notice of said election to bermado as provided by law as follows Immediately on receipt of a writ of election or proclamation of elec tho sherlfi shall givo notico tion by auveruseme s posted at tho uereoi Court Houso door and tho several places HAZEL GUKEN KY of votinjj and published in somo nows- LOU DAY Proprietnss paper pnmcu in uio couiuy u sucn oo MRS thorn Tho tnblo ia supplied with tho In Testimony Whkrkof I havo boat tho mnrkot nlVords and gtiosta causeil theso lettera to bo made patent and tho seal will find tho comforts of homo of tho Commonwealth to be while nttonding tho Fair Stop at I 8KAU hereunto atllxed Do no at tho Day IIoubo Frankfort the 1st day of August in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight Â¬ Â¬ J- - SSSS give him a call W COMBS HOUSE KKPIiKSKNTINU OAMPTON KY J B HOLLON PnoruiCTon Tho patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Tabic the best and every attentiou to the comfort of guests wholesale dealers in GftowKxasrc and 123 Second Street PORTSMOUTH O U A FLOYD BYRD Campton Ky W ATTORNEY-AT-LA- J title furnwitcd collec tloiu umle nml iro lt return guiWtVed Connected with the law firm of Wood A Dav Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice T O 4r Abstracts of wiissr WHOLUSAIK Kcuucky LOUIS STIX UKAUMIS IN C05 I Campton JOHNSON J II KWAXQO JOHNSON umei ureea SWANGO W MILLINERY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAWill practice In tho Wolfe county and elr cult courts Collections promptly made and abstracts of title iurnished 611 short Dry Goods Third Uaoe nml Union Sts CINCINNATI 0 We carry tho irau fecial attention given to wail orders WJTONS Etc -- Â¬ Hardware Cutlery c twosegrets110 bHrCtUfor5oUAV rwiuiout i- tut jtT E3HWa