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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v - - - ta v n -- v Jt 3rl rv TWRTP MA - p SJfcSSSJ or a ft k eiEEn A I SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Kotny World Willir Ncwh Front AH Ration XmHbrlii at Uln Hnck 8100 A YEAR Always In Advano - TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY IyENTUCKX THURSDAY FEBRUARY M 1895 - NUMBER 47 throw myself down on a log Tor si fow mi nutos for a lililo rest Hours seemed to have passed in Miraculous Escape of a Hunter my effort lo linil their footprints from Starvation in tho snow at the nearest point until I wan completely overcome TccumsoU Tolls of His Woes While by tired limbs and an ompty stom Â¬ ach concluded that I would rest Hauling Doer eat a lunch which J hud put in my ammunition bag and return to the AERIAL FLIGHT OF HIS DOG shanty and whatever my dogs wero running they could take over Then Rolincbrnkc im low ni to hy heart a tree or Through tie fulsc jmssage of thy throat thou tho Cumberland climb IN A CAVERN tf 11 m M 1- 41 Texas or somewhere else where I whother he leaped in to be with his Wo aro no storv writer hut since could ride a pony master I shall never be able to untl others luivo Undo Allen while enjoying my lunch seated ascertain but poor follow my written some very interesting oniB on a large stone m a narrow pass conscience will always censuro mo we hope- that our feeble effort mav between wo high knobs unoon- - for the mannor in which I troatod I could so inspiro them that they will piously fell asleep it then being him think of but ono possible moans of escape and that again como to me ironu wnn out tho middle of tho afternoon of thoir favorites never awoke until tho shades of was a very faint as well as a wicked It was December ISO the snow night had hovered around me one Realizing that it was only a had fallen to a depth of live or six After I recovered from tho shock lifo and death Htrugglo 1 resolved inches and tho ngth of timo of my situation 1 began lo devise to carrv out my plans So J took which it had laid on the ground for myself the proper slops 1 eoti Id my horn of powder and ten dyna- Â¬ afforded a nice time for hunting lake for tho night 1 was in my mite slicks which 1 arranged to Â¬ and trapping judgment about six or seven mile gether in tho crown of my hat and collected about me a number from my shanty and 1 realized sunk them in a hole which 1 dug I of dogs traps Mid other apparatus i uncertainty of retracing my out with my hatchet To this 1 preparatory for a protracted hunlJHtops amid the darkness of the arrangod a fuse Over this mass placed a of two weeks Evorvthing being niuhl while on the other hand of explosive material roady I started on or near tho loth considered me danger oi remaining large flat rock which 1 found in for tho headwaters of Hod river there until dny dawned again not ono corner of tho chamber Th n It had bejjji rumored that there that I was afraid of any ferocious I took from my pocket my note could be occasionally found a deer animals but of tho possibility of book and penciled tho following and all kinds of smaller game was contracting disease irom ox posu ro messago plentiful After a little more than for oven then tho wind was blow- Â¬ Duai IhOTirrH Come lo me quick a half days ride 1 arrived at my ing a cutting blast and roaring in fori is lost and in my watidcriuu I fell bank of destination selected a suitable tho tree tons above mv head 1 into a deep depression near tlie of Red some t tream mi the head waters place to strike camp in the center c mid mmmi mas- of dark Ihreaten- Find tne quick as 1 am almost of a denso forest containing about mg clouds that promised a Morm river tnrved i oiu brother I spent one day of snow before midnight Then 100 square miles Then 1 thoughtof the possibility building a shanty and storing away rgain should I attempt to stay and of the mossago falling into anoth Â¬ my provisions and other neeosa- - more fcnrow should fall 1 would not ers hands and added the follow- Â¬ H able to retrace my stepson tin rios which 1 had carried with me Mv dogs had ing posloripl Two davs having passed and tho followingJ morning iJ Any one into wIioro bands this in oh weather having moderated to a not returned and tho sound of my sage may fall will please notify Mr great extent I resolved to start horn would dio out on tho distant - Morgan county Ky No mat out earlv on tho morning of the hills No return could T hear from ter what expense it may incur they will third day and try my luck I am old Rover who would always an Â¬ rcecivo the price not one of those old timo hunters swer mo by howling when in hearTho messago boing complete I accustomed to all tho hardships ing Again and again did I blow took tho flap of my shot bag and incidental to the chase nor was I but tho only sound that cimio back carefully foldod tho messago in it in tho least superstitious about my was that of an owl in the distant thon I took tho strap and tied tho gun and dogs for I had during my hills message around poor old Rovers Discouraged in my effort to call neck then placed him on tho flat pedagogical days publicly denounced the black art lo both up my dogs I resolved to arrive at rock under which I had placed tho young and old as being foolishness some immediate conclusion for explosives I then lit u match and and abominable in the sight of tho night was growing cold and thn touched the fusn lolling Rover to God to entertain such thoughts mass of clouds had spread across go home I then retired to a sido So I thought my success as a nun tho sky so as to eel ipso the stars chamber of tho apartment to await rod of the latter days of the 19th tho only moans of light for there results Just how long I waited 1 contury doponded wholly upon my was no moon At last L dotermined am not prepared to say but I re- Â¬ own exertions with all tho pains- Â¬ on a movo toward tho shanty for covered after a limo and crept out taking possible when 1 fired my in the event that should I stay out to seo if Rover had gono He was trusty rille I could dopend on this all night it would bo better to bo gono but whother doador living I gun to bring a squirrel from a tree traveling rather than to sit still had not the slightest idoa The at a distance of 100 yards 1 had and bo a frozen corpse on tho fol- Â¬ smoke had all clearod away I Bat a pack of dogs that could not bo lowing morning So off I started down and tried to content myself equaled for their excellency in tho down tho same lull which had as boat 1 could and to await my chase they having picked up seve- Â¬ ascended crossing deep hollows coming roscuors should any come ral red foxes on provious occasions tumbling over rocks climbing but after two days more of misera- Â¬ My entire hunting apparatus steep declivities and wrestling with ble confinement and privation 1 which I arranged t o carry with me the thick underbrush and logs imagined I could hoar a voice call- Â¬ were my gun ammunition bag a which wore in my route until ing in name I aroused and with small hatchet horn and a butcher reached a crook which I supposod all my feeble strength answered as knife With those swung about to bo tho one on which I had built best I could Then 1 rolapsed into Svy person 1 gave several long and my shanty bo I intended to fol a stato of unconsciousness and tho hud sounds from my horn to in- - low this and watch carefully on next thing T know a strong arm As held mo orect and wastioing some Â¬ Uro the confidence of my dogs for tho right bank for the shanty 1 put oil in I was moving hurriedly along 1 my purpoRO in viow thing about my body Tho frosh tho irection of the hoadwaters of was startlod on hearing a clap of air revived me and I was takon to the cok on which I had erected thunder Had I fallon over a cliff a house served a good meal and my shwity After several hours of Had thoro come an earlquake or returnod homo the noxt day and 1 fruitless search excopt a squirrel the winding up of creation now feel as well as usual only could not toll whether I was among or rabbit which I would shoot Old Rover had nover returned for pastiim J had grown very much tho living or dead until the sun homo but the mossago foil into tho fatigued aad was harboring the had reached a point ovorhoad that hands of some ono who had it thought of returning home tho sent an awakening beam down and printed in tho Daily Courier with noxt day vhen 1 heard my dogs aroused my sleeping soul an introduction stating that a poor This sudden and unexpected lame dog was seen in Philadelphia running in the distance inspirodjby their unerring sound transition had rendered mo uncon- - with a bundle tiod about his neck I will state which upon examination was I proceeded as ranidlv as possible scion 1 for 12 hours behove had tho day beon a found to contain tho menage sound but that in tho direction of tho to my amazement tho sound grow cloudy one and the sun had not which I had tied about his neck in fainter ni fainter At times I sent an awakening beam of light my cavern homo But flattered myself by the thought I would never have awoke This is tho manner in which J to jind myself buried was rewound 1 have never boon that UiW had turned and wore noko only 1 COtnillUri ril me but that was alive away down in the earth from poor old Rover able to hear niy mXQ they would pass over como wu uhujih umv uu ui since that time though 1 offered tho mh knobs then the sound point above me and thn woleome i roward of r2fK for his return i suuck mm ujjh would ooulinthoditancoiigatnieaui Tkcumhkh u Notbc ir accustomed tome raum miiv1 c ofhilU iFnmrM if imnlfisH to at ling some means by which lo as- - Jamos Swango tho Girls aadCongrcss and commanding tempt follow them anv further ootid but to my mortiheation only A Tall studious by nativity and ox eon mountain man point where they had a ma id hollow earth opened out I gao up in dire choice luv H mountain people and pa su to iiJiii i my head if the above sn v j despair and wept aloud ov r the will ono day reprewnt th m in uui mi Itod too much Willi know eongroBH Not very fond of girls of my situation b enabled to ascertain what awfulnoss theyj death was inovitahlo in a very in general hut looks with conside Â¬ 1 iv riiniiimr So on went that acre timo and becoming dospo rable favor upon ono or two in par- Â¬ deep hollows and high knobs short thoughtof putting an end lo ticular Good follow Sruipvimtfi untj wan almost breath less bill rato I by blowing out my in Dmivillu Advocate uld not give up oxcopi io my oxistonco n 1 liost brains with tiiy rifle which I held NEIGHBORING NOTES tightly in my grasp whton I de- Â¬ scended All the torturos a crim- Â¬ inal ovor folt whilo looked and Items of News Gathered by Busy Herald Correspondents bound in his coll awaiting tho day of his execution woro mine I foil asleep and whon I awoko Tliat Its Readers May Bo Poslod on What again to my groat surprise old Is Doing Said and Dono Rover was in there with me poor old dog never deserting me nor A RESUME OF THE PAST WEEK did ho on this occasion Ho had returned from tho chaso and fol- Â¬ If theres a hole in a your coats lowed tho track of his mastor I rede ye tent it A chiolH nmuntf you taking notes take a hole and I would go to Whothor by accident ho foil in or And faith school and wo a success Thoro was quito a crowd passed down and back by horo WodnoBday last both men and womon aniLwo cannot account for thoir rudo con- Â¬ duct unloss it bo that too much whiskey inflated their hidoH and loosonod thoir tongues w hop Pui-a prosperous nave think it will bo that die win hell prcnt it S S Shackolford of DnvilR creek will move to his fathor-in- laws T K Tutt ht m a short time and will crop thoro this year Wo think 1 j 1 1 - -- I i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 flu I I 1 I v iu km-u-ihii- t 1 1 lacks to make his homo happy is woekly visits of Tin 1Ikkali Camptou Curroucy Whilo some of our T F Stamper has boon quite ill were visiting ono of young men our noighbors for several days ono night last week and allonjoy 7 C Lykins is oil on a trip to ing themselves hugoly tlioy wore Winchester and Lexington unceremoniously disturbed Now Molvin Tyler has moved to town boys if each of y u will subscribe and will live on tho W I Elkins for Tun Hkkam I will not tell tho farm joko Hyphkn A few days since tho little 2 yoar MORGAN COUNTY old son of Mr and Mr T Swimm of this place was thought Maytown Kissllos to bo dying Mrs John Day is no hotter G W Robinson has purchased Preaching is still going on tho mill property at this placo for- Â¬ Aunt Drady Wilson is very Jow merly owned by G T Center and S G Sample and J 1 Ilonry will take chargo of it soon Win Smith son of S H Smith of Ezel was in town yostorday on has rented the Dr Gongloton place businoss N Vaughn who now owns it We have the post oflice back in of and will cultivate i tho next year town Deputy postmastor and all pleased to have it hack Rev J W Doanohas justclosed are G Y Lockheart reports a double a revival meeting at Holhel with 2V additions to the church and hen egg connected by a shell the Hewasaidod size of a lead pencil and 1A inches several conversions Noxt hen in tho mooting by Hoy Jackson J long Tult and others Misses Liza and Lillie Henry One of our citizens has recently Miss Havens and G W Pack of received a letter fromCapt liroas Ezel were in town Sunday sleigh tho railroad man and ho talks fa- riding remaining among frionds vorably of the railroad Irom tho a short while Whon ready to Lexington Eastern to thoGanoy start they found thoir sloigh on coal fiolds if the people of Wolfe on sido of tho fonco and tho fost county want it and will manifest ive mu loon the other side grazing Wingless their deeiro for it in a business like on snow substantial way Whilo wo and Caney Callings do not beliovo in a county tax for Having seen nothing from this tho purpose of aiding or oncoura ging the road yet wo do beliovo place for some timo I will jol that the pooplo whoaro able to do down a few itoms which I hope it ought to donato liberally and you will not toBS into tho over so ofton wo believe they will do it Rather hungry waste basket road tho poople made tho recoptaclo of such cor Â¬ than miss tho along tho line could well aflord to respondence as does not moot tho give one half tho value of their approval of ye editor dovil com- Â¬ positors and all tho rest of the lands and property to secure it glad to note tho fact that some orew am men alcng tho lino aro awake to Whoeler iv Son aro buying cattle their interests and aro proposing for tho Ml Storling markot Every Â¬ to contribute liberally G M Wilson of Hod has body along the line of the road moved to his property in river town who can do no more ought to give the righl of way A railroad meet Â¬ J D Whilaker M D has lo Â¬ ing will be held at the court house cated in this town for tho purpose on tho first Monday in next month of practicing his profession county court day and overy man Day it Wells aro building a largo who has his own interest and tho and commodious dwelling on the interests of his frionds and his hoights just across tho crook from country at heart should be there town and show his hand in this mutter Loe Ferguson and Clark Quick Avis sail entered school at this place Spradling Spangles last weok also Ollio Arnott ol Success to Tin Hkkaid and its Magoflin county many readers Prof Hiram Ilauov is teaching Morgan Miller was visiting some a solect school at this placo and is having groat success Hocoiiioh of his frionds Sunday Whooping cough is raging in this well roeommondod as a teacher George Ilyrd passod through horo vicinity at the present timo wook with ono Win Smith Steve1 Gollior has purchased a last whom ho had arrested in Magoflin farm situated on Laurel of W O county charged with passing coun Â¬ Mize terfeit money John N Brown and family of Ed McPhorson the blacksmith Laurel visited his fathur Jna M of the town says thero is a now Re- Â¬ lirown of this placo Sunday publican at his hotiHo but ho can John Brown and Nowt Maloney not vole for 21 years yet and wo of Laurel had a very nice timo for greatly foar that by that timo thaf hauling hay this week as they have thoro will not be a Republican on had plenty of snow They will tho face of tho yoth to voto for continuo as buddies On December 27 1891 Greon Lon Rrown will go to Breathitt villo lodge No M55 F A M this woek horo ho has rented a elected the following ofiicoTft for large boundary of land of Undo tho onBuing year T J Burton Tom Strong of Frozen creek whore W M Urico Stacy S W H M Im will remain for some timo Lykins J W D J Williams How J J Tutt preaohod at tlie Sooy Eli Williams Trims 1 M achoolhouHo Sunday morning Wo Dobord S D 0 T Castle J D think that he will organize a GM WheolorTvlor J W Wheel church at this place at his noxt er Jimp Moot f ng first Saturday mtioting tho fwuoml Sunday in in oacu moiuu ai o p m t March Fa Leo mmm Misn Mary Rairdof Ohioonuof Tiik Hkkami and Couritr-Jou-n- al tho toftohorn that ha boon teaching ow tmiobitjp nt at Oiunptoiit i WOLFE COUNTY 1 that all Sherman now i M -- ai 1 1 Â¬ 1 m W i i JM7yr w WlWlh EriSiUbi THE HElAIxD mwix eoonx wiur IMNRTAMT TO APPLICANT m w M TiM 1 i ZxxMliftttai for Ctttity Mat OtrttffeitM o4 iiiinmiim k V h mMM in iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiimrosa MM IT TICKLES YOU Tlte IMSTAMT HELIEF UV FOR SALE i HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY February W 1805 LATE NEWS ITEMS In tho midst of tho zero wcathor havo oxporieuccd recently California- maliciously conioa to tho front with nowa that tho wcathor thoro is dolightful and everything growing finely U Socrotary Carliso has purchased from a syndicate of American and Kuropoan bankers 8500000 ounces of gold coin at about t I737A per umco payable in United States yo 150-yoa-r Ew 4 coin bonds and Juno 27 2 For county certificate before county board Whito June 7 and 8 July 5 and 0 August 2 and September 0 and 7 November and 2 Colored Juno 14 and 15 July 12 and Jtt August 0 and 10 September 18 and 11 Novomber8 and 0 51 For state certificate before either county or atato board June 7 and 8 August 2 and 4 For state diploma before state board Juno 20 and succeed- Â¬ ing days August 25 and succeed- Â¬ ing days To ohtain a state certifi- Â¬ Note cate an applicant must be at least 21 years old have had two years experience in teaching and present satisfactory ovidenco of unexcep- Â¬ tional moral character Ho must bo examined on all tho school branches see Sec 21 School Law and the following in addition higher arithmetic elementary al- Â¬ gebra English literature and the science and art ot teaching includ- Â¬ ing tho elements of psychology 11 1 in common school before county board of examiners January 1U For certificate of graduation HTm LIGHTNIM HOT DROPS CURES Crmp Diarrhea Flux Cholera Morbui Nus3 Change of Vater etc H EALS Cuu IJurns Hruli Scratches Dltes of Animals SerpenM Bur etc Colds La Grippe IoQuenta BREAKS UP Croup Sore Throat etc Colic nd I J mum HlllllllHllHHIli MERE MBDfONB CO SUILLSGOOD TASTES GOOD DOES GOOD EveryTimC SM IrimMrt rt 25c M SOC rtr same no hiikt na r ttiMtlaraM4MMiruMMKMfcMtfatwU SPRINQFIELO O nrarni Sbi iff fiu8 etc accumulated through tho illurps of my sister Lulu M Cock- roll I oiler tor ealo one HOUSE LOT nnd GARDEN It has At Ezel Ky at a bargain been nowly papered and painted There is a storo houso in corner of yard Morally thero is no better town in Eastern Kentucky than Ezol Good school church etc This property is the most conveniently locatod in town Apply to In order to mcot debts doctors TIT Av TWf1 Mi wJF A IEI IMlM5 Frankfort Ky Caro of Auditors office ULANTPD plied to sell the great illustrated family Best Pennsylvania Grit newspaper published Good live boys selling paper make from fit cents to 5 every Saturday He ml for free sample copy and fall particulars to Giut PunusiiiXG Co Mas John M Kick Used for Filling and Extracting iQuWithout Pain or Danger a If nil i LUi Agiuls and newsboys in every town not already sup-Â¬ Best Set of Teeth 900 Â¬ U Vitalized Air Administered 50 cents Teeth Extracted 25 cents Willintnsport Vn i I IF K- i r much towards relieving the suffering poor i Vt WH - leiiehinir ineludintr nsvcholotrv i AHeirro I ul nine lnt ttuiu a i rx r y I iOuglish lilTatur it physics higher 31 ULT r v rr4V p t Following eluse upon tho loss of arithmetic algobra geometry and I j v r tits j in v h f QvakhiCitv rtAKiNorownur i ifls Iof alIvcvefouuilthebut elementary latin Sec 1J52 tho Elbo in tho North sea with AlsuUitcl jurend uholcmmc uml Uauns a i acs nlovp the rs For a state diploma or state cer- Â¬ J Wjju tuu innnicH Ret n snm plo Of your Ornccrnn- - y di Homo 100 passengers comes tho tificate an average grade of at Iql tlou Ihntt I If it li Udivu Ha ycur pf nnlcs vl ro pny least f iuiVi trl nlnll suf- fl oicnt IVJlunsh rewil ju vcr bo Irhoso distressing liows that La lascogne 00 per cent must bo attained the t tor MiiWfts will tv or iol - low Umi who ustj Q O B I yo lowest grade upon any subject be Â¬ tho groat Froueh liner is sovoral days over due and no tidings from ing not less than 70 per cent IOd Poutkh Thompson Address luiikcr Cdy li J Co ywuior- Ind hor sinco sho loft 1 iavro Sho car- Â¬ J am us H Fiqua mniriiwinH A liFONAKIl ries a cargo valued at 800000 ciY State Hoard of Examiners w Tho weal hnr lnt wool was tho Dont Tobacco Spft or SKil Sutoko Your Lilo i 1 Ot 2Mtl a Li2r5iitiiabt l S rm Tii Tinfl T33isj T3tTr jii y coldest experienced for years in j rV Ui Away cpnvi MiiSi Hi Ei many places and great suffering The truthful startling title of n 8Spfesi THROUGH THE the only is reported Tho thermometer reg book about harmless guaranteed tobacco habit I istered 22 dogroos bolow zero at cure If you want to quit AND - and cant Littlo Rock Ark and at Fort use Braces up nice- ADVERTISING COLOMN5 Smith tho Arkansas river was tinizeil nerves eliminates nicotine frozen solid for tho first time in lO poisons manes weak- men gain strength weight and vigor Posi- Â¬ years tive euro or money refunded Sold n by all druggists Rook at drug- Â¬ Henry Williams a farmer living gists or mailed free Address the Condensed Xews near Aldons ridge Kast Tennessee Sterling Remedy Co Chicago of- Â¬ CHEAP SIMPLE Stories to Randolph stroot Now York on Thursday last killed somo hogs fice HANDY Miscellanv 10 Spruce street and hung the bodies in his smoke- Insurance may cover actual loss of gooda burned bu Tho Snit of Mrs Alexander Womens Department houso At midnight ho wjih awa Â¬ it does not pay for time and trade lost wbilo rc etab3diinjr A great many people are under kened by unoarthly howls and on the impression that because Eng businesPIUC VENT THE EI HE WITH A STKMPET Childrens Department looking out saw a pack of panthers lish Anderson has been acquitted ISPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and Agricultural Department of the murder of Goorge Alexan- Â¬ Morgan surrounding tho smokohonse ac Counties tfWCnll and soo tho Litllo Wonder Political Department der that this also sottles the dam Â¬ eompaniod by a big black boar all age suit for 2ti000 brought by Answers to Correspondents drawn to tho place by tho smell of tho widow ol Alexander against Editorials Wo are informed by blood When several of tho ani- Â¬ Anderson Everything mals were shot tho others sulkod attorneys that this does not neces sarily follow and that the suit for WILL BE FOUND L THE away DEALER JN damages will be prosecuted not Â¬ it withstanding the verdict of ac CourifiF Joornal The Proas Transcript has inau- Â¬ quittal for killing Mt Sterling gurated a pound party for tho re- Â¬ Gazette a ten page eight column Democratic lief of tho poor of Lexington and isewspaper Honor to Whom Honor is Due JIKMIY WATTKItSOX U the Kdltor from tho report of tho pounds now Thoso indofntigiiblo inn of ML And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements pouring in it is probablo that the Sterling nnd Montgomery county PKICE A YEMt who Hoein enterprise of that great central Jynchorriof dtdormuuMi tolocato tho Mitchell Wagons Owensboro AVngons Tom lMairareoxamples 7t VkKKLY COURIElt6uK 2s AL makes very liberal McCormiek 3inder 3 nnd Mowers Kentucky daily will result in much worthy of imitation terms tongcntK El is consolfcamplu copies of the paper arid Premium Whiteleys Solid Steel Ijimlcvs and Mowojs good Tho 1VT dosorvos tho praise ing to soo a few mon in thissection Supplement feont free to any jwldres Repairs kept in stock for jMcOonnick Whiteley and Write to of all good peoplo for its noblo ef- Â¬ who nmnifost a willingness to bring toJustice ouroutlaws at any forts Tho Kentucky Loador sec Â¬ cost kontucky has long needed Champion Machinery Grander and Ti cr JEay ullvUi COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Moy ui Malta Double Shovel Plows LOriSVKLE KY onds its plan with hoarty approval such men to Km after the dark Tin Ilich and hand in hand they aro doing side of our states hislorv niond Pantagraph Â¬ 1AZEL Snow fell at Tampn Florida on Friday for tho first t imo on record Tho fall continued for four hours At Jacksonville tho mercury foil to 11 degrees above zero iroal damngp js believed to have been dono to fruit trees it hoc UW a 1 tWf t Brutal 1iitas Over Opera House LEXLVGTO S jyii WORK CilARANTKKl IUII WiirJIIWIWIMiiMHliWH IHT I mNGFELDER with JJJ0ilj3uWSL Importers and Jobbers oJ DRY No slate diploma an applicant must be at least 2 years old have taught in this stato at least two years and present satisfactory oidonotf unexceptional moral charade r He must ho ex Â¬ amined on all the common school branches and the following in adTho soignee and arl of dition Â¬ Â¬ To obtain KV E H HODG EN D D tr ALL CXx fl Manager GOODS AND NOTIONS Main Street 537 539 and 541 r Wst AtKb Purr Vilu Jj-- 1 R 9 TW nt ns n H8 A x I 7 rT iiMmc Han no tuptrr wmm rnmm ft m- LOUISVILLE KY PA - 1V w3 i Msjjf i nimm BXIX 1 I it k -- i ia ti Yoey tjryfcSUUti mt - No-to-b- Â¬ ac ifejlf uiuiiiyuii m mm uluilDl AVE YOUR ROUS RELIABLE fUWL n iHE rateffii No-to-b- ac HERALDS j - Â¬ f t -- Â¬ jdw ejl m cJiJiJiif Â¬ HARDWARE QUEENSWARE Wain TINWARE S00 Â¬ Special Notice 1 Shepherd tho husband of tho O track woman found on tho G near Lexington has been hold for murder His story before the cor oners jury and tho subsequent ro cital of his whereabouts on the night she was killed wore so oon- Hicting as to eniwo suspicion Old CIqiiiiuodh nover ndontod in his halo of ihd daughter who married ugaiiwfliis will but hor brother Job ploininon Raw that sho had decent burial in Loxiiigtons oity of Ui dead and jmid tho expunso All persons indebted to me are requested to come forward and set Lie at once If vou cant pavcash nettle by note as must have my books squared at once This ap Soliciting a further plies to all of the public patron continuance age Tam wrvresiHctfullv 1 Â¬ Â¬ The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Oueensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES REEN cAVl 1ERALD rN s UJEEKLY 02Will Addrc jOURIER jotoRNAL be sent one year to ail v addret ior only 5175 1IKUALI llael Jicen Ky axdtiii JTlnw 1 Till 1 1 AXICI G WKN 1 I5UATli With j whoro its lucustunuidoutorprijso ishoom inj u milroml from Torrunt U Walnut irovf iMorgnn county it JEI3 MCETCHELL The Farmers Friend North Maysville Street ft w ISlhnJh11 Tfajo Markottnlnclail Our Office Is Opposite Sterling Ky s Now York svndiunto litis Wo hirgo oiumol coal deposits TRIMBLE BROTHERS sincoroly hop tho ontorpviso nmy go through Cmnpton and JIaol OiCQn woujtl hothboon tho line TMJESAXi2 MT ffiBOt Vt tin funthl fc Jackson ifustlur STERLING KY ii k Kajjj 2l3S ssE34Bss a tjis 3 k Sr IHflt IMlaA ll aan those Ijfrco of ftccurcd tlcrcrlp Juntyor m CASNOWA mKAf lonMwrth BHHk i KILLED BY UUMMMUMMiaaMi TKrffHiB X r - TIE it iMmmrmmmmm TRAIN J If Iho recent imrnoat attemnt in Had SmTered Memphis to convict tho cowafdly Qrass Baroi r m ti Tim rriri tfiw Twenty Years mi lynohora of tho ic nogrooH who nmiurln on tho Lhcsanenko itOlno wwo brutally murdered whilom ni n i largo r ji TWO DOTTLES CURED proved a failure whatcan tho peo J A Shepherd the young wifo of Ma write R Mlafwr KqLon ple of Kentucky base any hope lr PvtiiuT MurfliW 1KX1 Jack Imd kltlnoy an itinerant photographer Tho ilihcaunnd catarrh of tho bUddt rSO jear tho identification of tho body devel- Â¬ upon for of conviction and pun Had nuQurcd tholvnehoraof Thomas Untold Agonies oped an ideal romance of tho hluo ishim nt IJlair at Mt Sterling and tried many doctors and other kldnoy grass the features of which arc benefit Now 1 halHon n mwllttt In tho prosecution at Memphis completelywithout liytflHittloaotyour Kidney based on real facts Not alone was mnnl lluckiicho Cure 1 the affair tinged in romanco for tho officers of the law had anÂ¬ midcrutltudu und for Uiowrltoyou this tohhow benefit of huinaulty ny tho Hceno enactod whon tho hus Â¬ aroused and united public senti the DR band discovered that tho mashed ment to aid thorn in bringingfeelinurdorora to justice and this and disfigured woman was his wife ing was so strong that a handsome Kidney and Backache Cure was dramat ic in tho oxtrome Just DID IT before Coroner Mnlloy began the fund waB raised by public mootings to aid tho attorney general in lie A Great Renal Depurant inquest over tho body of tho girl prosecution and James A Shhepnrd appeared at tho What can poor Mtstill it failed Cures all diseases of the kidneys bladder Storling Jiopo urinary passages Female Weaknesses morgue and requested that ho bo to do with own people divided Bed Wetting in children Dropsy Heart her allow od tho privilogo of inspecting and but half hearted encourage Disease Rhcumntlsm Skin and Blood the remains When tho sheet cov ment given to the officers of the Diseases Swelled Limbs Brights Dis- Â¬ ease Impotency etc eringthe girl was lifted Shepherd law to whom is intrusted the duty Satisfaction guaranteed Sample free uttered a hoartronding cry and of bringing tho culprits to justice Dr runnerH Pellets euro Slok Ilcadiichos said in a broken voice that it was We spoak of our progress as a part ConstlDatlon otc Tho bwt Family Physic his wife When Shepherd recov- Â¬ of the new Houth but until public Dt Fcnnnrs Gorman Eye Salve cures ered his composure ho was placed sentimont undergoes a radical Som Eyas Cracked HpKPllosHkln EmptloiiH on tho witness stand Dr Fennors CoiiRh Honey change wo will continue to furnish IIo stated thnfeon Sunday his pretext for partisan organs of the Itll v a any rnuilijtthmi ctr m an hour wife left home to call on a noigh- - north to bring charges of lawless Â¬ InDr Tenners Goldon Relief A spoclflc any InMiimtniitloti Relieves bor Sho did not return and ho ness against us which will hurt toSQ nenralpla rlieiitnatlHin or any pain in minutes rnre colic dyspepsladyseti retired without her supposing that none tho less when wo feel in our tnryand flux nlMi bronrhlllHutuIconMiiuu she had remainod over niaht with own consciousness that thev are Uon Ono doso cures LuGrlppo Tor nle iv John M Hose and H Lou On Monday sho did not too sadly true friends Day Hii7el reen Ky return and ho was till not If the good citizens of Mt Stor- Â¬ alarmed as ho thought probably ling will awake to tho real serious Â¬ FREE OINAJE OF that she was at nor brother s ness of tho situation and will lend lie learned of tho finding of the their warm support to tho officers body of tho girl today and at onoo of tho law whether they are na The free and unlimited coinage of wont Kflho morgue to ft ml that it of that place or not hey will silver the product of American mines tive was his wife His relations with de ervo tho cordial thanks of the the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of Mrs Shepherd hesaid wore pleas entire Htalo and whether the ef Â¬ at ant and there could havo been no fort to convict thchnehers is suc Â¬ gold is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatiscause for suicide cessful or not tho earnest effort to Mrs Shepherd is thedaughterof bring them to justice will have a factory condition of trade manufacRankin Clemmons one of the most salutary ollect which will bo ture and general business of the counwealthiest men in tho blue gra felt for years to como in its re Â¬ try The surreptitious act of 1S73 possessing 2100 acres of blue gra straining influence over those who divorcing silver and gold in our mone100000 out at niitht he fmnnied to take nnrt in land and noarlv When Mr s Shepherd ivnonnrr jn the futuro Everv oa- - tary system was a crime of untold intorest It was the rankest kind wasvory young sho became infat- - triotic citizen of Mt Sterling magnitude in favor of the uated with Shepherd who was in s1m Huppor Judge Cooper in of class legislation Contrary to hij fearless attompt to bring the wealthy against the producers of her fathers employ his wishes sho married her lover ivnch-- r- of Thomas Blair to pim wealth and hostile to the prosperity in this city two years ago When jimin Press Transcript of the United States It was an act Clommons heard of tho marriage of treason because done at the instance Bout Slop Tobacco ho disinherited the girl and sworo syndicate and for bribe ho would no or speak to her again Tio tobacco habit grows on a of a European giving aid and comfort to Shepherd became a traveling pho nmn tiratil his nervous system is money busing- - seriously atfected impairing com our countrys enemies To shield tograihor and after doing 10aUh and happiness in Indiana and Illinois ho located fo To the guilty parties the well authentiin Cincinnati for a time Ho then quit suddenly is too severo a shock cated facts often published have been rjamo hero and has lived almost tn tjU fcyjtetM as tobacco to an vigorously denied as a pauper Word was sent tot inveterate nser becomes n stimn The Enquirer will continue to exhor father this ovoning of tho death ani that his system continually The rii h farm- - craves of his daughter Jiaco Curo is a sciontitic pose this unpardonable crime until ers heart did notsofton toward his curo for tho tobacco habit in all its right and justice arc done the people disinherited daughter evon after forms carefully compoundod after by the full restoration of silver to its hcrdoath Ho curtly informed the the formula of an eminent Berlin old companionship with gold We messenger that he would havo noth- - physician who has used it in his need the assistance of the people in ing to do with tho body and re- - privato practice since 1872 without disseminating the truth to which end fused to givo a dollar towards bury sl failure purely vegotablo and we invite all in your selection of paguaranteed perfectly harmless ing it Ho staled that his son Robert You can uo all tho tobacco you pers for the coming season to include might do as he pleaded but he Want while taking Maco Curo it the Enquirer that costs only fpioo a Shop- - will notify you when tostop Wo year Issued twice a week would not bother himself is almost a pauper ana utiles gjv0 i writton guarantee to perma herd Liberal commissions and cash reMemmons opeim lu purse nently euro any case with three wards given to club raisers Robert Sample ot it is probable that the girl bo tho boe or refund the money with 10 copies free Enquirlr Company in- Â¬ per cent intorest JJaco Curo is rich baron of tho soil will Cincinnati O through charily not a sultituto but a scientific terred Tho jury a f tor hearing all the cure that cures without tho aid of evidence in the easo brought in will power and with no inconvo- nouee it leave- tlio svstom as the following erdif 4We the jury find that the body pUro Am fr0o rom nicotine as the AShep ibiy vhjn you took your first chew icfore usisthatof Mrs t 1111 i oki uy an uruggi who came to nor uoain m or iiioKO honl v 11 ii witn our iron clad guarantee is wnn aim uit at beinr foully uealt C 0 tracks tool jfj00 per box three boxes 80 days placod on the treatment 230 or sent direct literate the deed Shepherd is almost insane with unon receipt of price Send six grief lie states that nis who was 2 cent stamps lor sample box robnble booklet and proofs free Eureka in poor health and itwas demented stalo sho Clicmiunl A Manufacturing Coin that whilo in a wandered upon tho C it 0 track puny manufacturing chemists Inl- Â¬ and was murderod vn-by ruffians Crosse Wisconsin After the inquest it - found that A Big Suit one of tho jury was a conductor onCoroner Maiqu Gunay afternoon in the hit tho C 0 railroad 1801 while a of a wa vnrvwruthy when he heard jf Louisville j Lexington cor Wls being made up in Tiln of this tho yards of this city CJ IJames Commercial Oth inst a young brakeman was caught le- Now Is the Time two n th bumpeiv of two oars and LESS THAN HALFTHt be dorivod from a th lil was crushed out of him The benofit to i i i l Bond niodieino in nuriy spring - ii c romr n urv louno oiu am PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS ppciplc uand tiioaccidi nt passed from undoubted but mnny any until tlmupprnacn th minds of JinoM pcoplf It is loct taking weather when t hoy wilt ronrjj mind iain by u hiiit HALVESI04QUARTERS54 0 of wanner SOLD IN CANS ONIV like tender Mower in thehotsun jj j j tjl0 vtuit court recent lv idjMHJrcorof Kmi ah Something must be done to purity- A toolay Mi for uOOO damage fur the biood overcome that tired H -nocessan irungui clot t Ir of the brake man It aeenis ing and give thnf the ral name of tho man n Vacation is earnestly longed perhaps month rCjrogo7 and that he was her ton Livery Feed and Sale Stable but manv weeks uomo involved in some must cbip v before rest can bcin jj1 juij HAZEL GREEN KY iumuiii WJ1V wijjx a Woiimn and Juul a imparl dulged in and j t name of Jauien which and to give n fielingof health there j0 rIouMv nml Single the time of hi death tbriighHiL at ior Sihvu Ipim Kls ami hutltlk HorofSwjn not bo tried at this 0rtt Moothiinr etiuiil ti for hire Iarttr cniiviyr ho court as tho papers to mir point on rvumne narilla It mjiiih perfectly ndiijited ZdrSttt- - able turinn ntllIlHIWl that prostration wert not nerved on tho railroad of- liioirc ol henson Ml lieials in tune irt inelioster Uom ntMin plCrl will nlo ntlcml to all cnlU for niio tioueerlug and solicit Lunlnt of thU kiin and while it toneHmul ocrat muto or life Ittupeetfnlly kc miHtaiiiH tho Hyntom it puriMos and JOHN JI llEIUTT Subscribe and Bond in jtib work renovRtoB tho blood Tk The Mt Sterliifl Lynching Sisiiktritft Daiktir a BUe I - 1 FENNERS Â¬ Â¬ BLACKSMITH AND WAGON MAKER Hazel Green Kv -- burns-tooth-tiili- c 1 s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON I BUILD Â¬ Â¬ CALL AND GET PKIOES Â¬ oooocfrCrTcfrofrfrc JAjWJ UJJVJ1UJJ - VV DKAIKR IN Htn I Jli KJKJJJi TK m jj y mww mmmm msx 11 o fton itanKv irtl - CxmJiil m zv Vr CAMPTON KENTUCKY ifXYITKS thi Ladies nt Wolfe and the Hurrouiiilin coiintrv to call and co tho Jpl hnnilMiinaliiiformiMMKH DKKSS OOODS he has jut received Inrluiliiifc vwJ all the lahliioiiiiblu lubrics and laris jiatterus and print- - beeudrs an endlesa variety ot Vntinii inrludinq all of the latest styles in La es lMbbon Ac e He alu earries a larte line nt cluaj uiedituii and hih gratle Â¬ L Z which he is selling BU rf El ---- il IBk i- 4 msM -H m-r- -J- H H m jf ar lower prices than anybody Purchase of him and sayc money S ri a - v Ji i 1 Â¬ mt sl 1a W ft 165 to Mail Ordors jCVTho leading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O Alwarys havo Big DriveH wft uuuuuu lJ5Jli Spocinl attoution Â¬ I Â¬ WGOLJf TRADCHARK A WORLD - For kooplnfr tho Sytttom in a Hoolthy Condition CURES HoadnchO CURES Constipation Acts on tho Liver and Kldnayr Purlflos tho Elood Dlnpols Colds and Fovors Boautifloi tho Comploxlon and Is Pleasing and Rofroahlnsr to tho Tasto SOLO ay ALL DHUGQISTS OTA nlcily llllfitratnl fijrlityvairc Lincoln Story Hnok kImmi to everv urtliaftct Ota pwitaue of Lincoln Tea Trice 25c Ask your ilrtifutor Lincoln Tia Cu Tort Wavii Ir in only J a year 1 iiQper ptiDJiniuMi BEST W H IN ITME - -- ill i I W H K A 1 1 and it in aekijowrleded to bu tho heit local in KcnuicKy Hiiisrn now and securu all ilits good things it w ill cuntuiti thin t ar I - I l A m osomrv i mr mmz iv j j nv J lAJ KM i g mtm m purest Mr J I CAfiR iiicxory oroio inrnu nome -APtr Jrylnif of JuyKycytioo liucliie Win my very know roincoy 1 rcnioveu n iirgo ituiieii 5 two vcam ntandlnr Iroin a il 3 cur old XUJy Z of S nlth tliroo ippllcatloiwof AND BEST i i amnm kTRvKTTtTMtsxbx 1 UABC ni 1 1 1 1 1 1 J IJCJKfJESKatiiitiii iiiiiiiMiiaiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiitiiiiiiMiiMn Itlntljoboitiircnarntlonl linvefrt oriipedorhcflnS 5 ot 1 heartily recommend It to ah Jlurtwuiuti We have hundred cf tucU rrlce 5130 per twltlr Alcyourlnigbtforltt Itho do noi Imp Ii wit u in tluun or llv er tor rial AV 15 liltliX 6k CO WliltcIialJ K X pints dmmmi JBffll 11 jjri fr PIERATT liMiill tin m If if to 621 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY f i k 1 tie-M-te- ltnr lj jru jrn 1 Solicits orders from merchants for Tinware Stoves Ranges Stove r pipe Elbows Mantels Grates Hol loware Cutlery c c Send for complete catalotue and priot lUt ono - MWtir jfutUUJMu h JJ iUt itltk fit if 1 i -- rflL rw samo land doos not bring you a re- Â¬ Lexington and Eastern Railway turn Bufliciont to justify you in tho Eitr outlay of taxes you havo to pay TIMETABLE 1895 But with a railroad ovory aero of I LIVINGSTON OIIAS HOOTT your estate could bo turned to ad Â¬ V Oeu MiuiUKcr Jen Iaus Agent vantage and whore tho honored KSi 1H9VIj siro was was wont to slowly gather ISAST BOUND dimos thO hustling son could got No WfSttMTflS ksm 1FBK8SX 0O0FM rJTj iftSftrattCCrvi- tM - KrawrsS i jcfln97 nJQBfs Ik A GREAT DEAL An extra good opportunity occurred by which we were enabled to fill up our partially exhausted stock at a very low price vWTfctwfl lVvSSV collars Tho editor of this paper was in Winchester rocontly and saw tur Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY February 14 1805 keys soiling thoro for 150 and THURSDAY 2 that could bo bought bore for By roforonco to our Cnmpton 50 to 75 With a railroad through corrospondonco it will bo soon that our county to tho Loxington and a railroad mooting has boon called Eastern these bottor prices would at Campton for nox county court obtain hero Wo vorily boliovo Every that tho increased prico of poultry day Monday March 4 man who is truly interested in the and eggs alone would moro than wolfaro and upbuilding of Wolfo componsato tho people of Wolfo countye matorial interests should county for all thoy aro asked to boon hand on that occaHion and contribute to tho construction of bo prepared toofTorsuuHtnntial aid tho proposod road to tho ontorpriHo Let every man Tho pooplo of Winchostor are foor that it is important for him to do what ho can and givo as lib- Â¬ very much enthusod ovor tho pros erally as his circumstances will poct of a railroad opening up this Â¬ allow Donations can bo mado in section and we boliovo wo can rely upon that city for substantial minis of 25 and upwards and by this moans wo can show to tho aid in securing tho road if wo will company that wo aro interested in do our part Hut unless wo do we do not deserve- I ho tho enterprise and will wolconm what wo can thuifonatriuition of a railroad con- Â¬ assistance of any one and every nection with tho Loxingtnn and man in tho county should bear this Etistorn with a wlnde heartodnoH fact in mind Onlosfi wo do this wo cannot hope Ropublicau Inconsistency to secure tho railroad and if wo Spencer Cooper has n handsome new head on his paper Tin- Ha Â¬ fail now wo aro forever lost to quick OitKrN add much transportation for our products zel the appearance of It his alwah to Tho writer can boo no possible hope well printed journal The old homl for a railroad through Wolfo coun Â¬ Spencer wears himself cannot he improved ty if wo fail to secure this one and zette Hop upon Ml Sterling ia wo bog that nviry man will he pre Â¬ Tin uiin IIhkaid has pared on that occasion t do nil ho a now IIaki A groat improve Â¬ head In this connection it has ment on tho old one can Tho oditor boon fltiggosted that a mooting f Spencer Cooper need a now head thoso friendly to the enterprise be It should ho a very great improve Â¬ ment on the old one Winchester sailed for Oamntou and Hazel Sun Hop Oroon respectively on Saturday Blurt Talks Railroad Sic tho 23d inst at 2 oclock p m Ky Fob 12 ISO and at ouch of those mootings a 1 hope that tho people of Wolfo oommittoe bo appointed to secure county will not neglect the present right of way so that at tho moot Â¬ opportunity of getting a railroad ing on county court day we may Dontdo like the intelligent V people of Morgan county have done allow the faith that is in us by our who mistook their ignorunco for otTorts A committee from tho wisdom Last fall when the rail- Â¬ Hazel Grojn mooting will undor road question was before us a large number of our people acted a tako tho securing of tho right of though Solomon had risen from way and all possible aid between tho load and had been blowing isStillwalor and tho Canoy coal Iub breath in their faces But now Holds and tho Campton committeo they realize that they have been blowing tho gas of ignorance into au likewise secure right of wa tho faco of prosperity If any of botwoon Stillwater and you people think that the road aid otc tho mouth of Mill creek over tho will bo built just as quick without help as with it you just step over aid Kontiicky Union survey from into Morgan and ask our pooplo Mill crook to Campton and thonco what thoy think about it If Mor- Â¬ to Stillwator by tho most probable gan cannot got the line of road we want you to get routo Thoso papers should bo in tho country it Every citizen will aJmit that tugnud up by tho individuals own Eastern Kentucky cannot bo de- Â¬ ug tho land and each include any veloped without railroads and if tho additional aid in tho way of dona- Â¬ enjoyprosont genoration expect to those blessings the time to tions of money ties timborstono act is when we havo a proposition oto By taking this courso wji can fiubmittod to us by a company that it tho Campton mooting on court is ready to construct tho road day diBcuss our prospects for a All tho warmth of clothe and fire - STATIONS No 1 Dally ex Wuiitlav Jinllv Lexington Vuthurlunil Avon Montrose Wyandotte Wiiichcstc r Fiiirlie Iidiiin Fields t 0 P 20 n m 1 J III it in I 0 01 Hill 11 fi 30 r p in J 1 1 14 20 27 38 38 10 Virden Clay City 8 ftt 11 111 8 40 u m 8 M 11 m 8 15 a 111 7 oil H III 7 49 a m 7 in 4 53 Ji in 4 38 in 111 4 10 3 OS 111 2 0o ji in 1 Stanton 42 a 111 35 p 111 111 44 4 KoHslyn FilhOII 7 M 7 21 7 20 7 07 7 015 1 a ni 12 10 11 1 1 a a 111 111 Dundee Natural Ib Idgi Torrent rr f7 2 57 FincustU HeuttyvilU Junction 70 Tlireo KorkH City 74 Athol 82 Klkatiiwa Jackwon Oakdule 84 00 ij u m 11 a in 10 57 a 111 0 50 u in 10 23 11 in 37 a in 48 a in i HO a 111 i 30 a in J 20 a 111 8 30 a in JoOaiu 7 40 11 111 5 1 a in 7 2S a 111 5 39 a in 0 50 it in On in rUHin S 52 a in 38 a in 00 a in WE HAVE Closed out the entire product of the im L S FECH mense clothing firm of M CO Cincinnati and the sea 1IEIMEH son being over for them the price was Â¬ something like half their actual value WE SURRENDER All the advantage of the sale and openly duly any house to match these prices WEST HOUND STATIONS No 2 Daily No 0 Daily ex Sumiav fi 15 I Montrose Avon Kuirlif Lexington XtthiHiiud Wyandotte WillllllStiT Indian IieliN Virden Clay City 38 10 Stanton llosslyn FiNnu Dundee Torrent II 17 2 U0 p 2 01 2 15 p 2 2S p 2 35 p 2 52 p 3 08 p 3 25 p 3 p 3 43 p 3 52 J 3 5S p 1 in im a 111 SUITS AND OVERCOATS rSK JO i in in 111 111 3 fi 1 a 11 ni 111 111 51 a Oi iv 7 K rs NOW GOING AT 7 J a in in in 1 0 05 a in 0 ID a 111 1 53 5 I17 2 07 Natural ISridge Fineastle Ienttyville lunetion 70 Th et Forks i t 71 Athol jiikdalo 2 Ihuii IClkatnwa laeksou Nos 1 SI 5 30 p in 0 5 51 p in 1M 0 00p in in in in in MM p in 4 iSp 111 4 2 p 111 I 35 p 10 4 50 p in 4 5S p in 5 dS p in 5 20 p in 12 12 1 1 45 n in 10 p in 20 p in 15 WORTH 2 IT 00 00 IS 00 20 00 01 00 00 11 11 00 14 oJ TV 12 41 20 2 On 2 30 3 05 3 25 I 12 4 30 p p p p p p p p pin in IT 18 001 in in 111 in in in 111 Actual bona fide values The great us t ever offered in Lexington Just come aiid look 1 h Mm 5i5 p 111 5 0 p in mid J arrive and depart irom C it Passenger Depot Nos 5 and 0 urn and depart from L it I lreiht depot at Netherland O b Lb I FARM FOR SAL miles tiidow Hazel Jrecn This fnrtii rimipiiHts 140 acres of land in a gmul stat of cultivation modem dwcllim with S rooms halls clo-c- tetc uood well of water in yard good barn and outbuildings fine joung orchard of ap pies peaches pear ele This is a good utimd for stock diivors as there is plenty of gmo There i good ichool and church and within nn miles of Mavtown Call on or uddros me at Toliver pottoHiee which is it my hotiHf A IS Ciotriicrs Tailors and Furnishers coinii main lollir forxalomy FAUMsituntod four and iimistonh -- LEXSMGTOM - - - - KY r Eii Â¬ hWAMO IflrHPM YOU a FEEL icsn omuetition ilmSEs M t And all worn out then strength and health fail If you want to enjoy in its fullness that buoyancy of health and spirits that add so much to the forces and pleitMircs of life use that greatest of all medicinal remedies lmm u MAJESTIC Our reputation for handling only I Â¬ Â¬ ii tie Race VJ strictlyfirstclass Dr Kings goods is proof Royal positive that Germetuer ffiMJBMSMM It will give you Appetite It will give you restful refreshing Sleep w n railroad in an intelligent manner and thus save all guoss work and much unuocessary delay Now is tho timo to work if wo hope to win and ovory citizen should bo inter estod sufficiently to feel that ho is tho man upon whom the whole thing devolves and then do his utmost to bring success Every man will alike sharo tho honor of tho work and surely none could havo s prouder rocord than thai he holpod socuro this railroad Â¬ Was not sufficient for Boon McGulrc And as the winter colder grew His bed was found containing two it The name of tho brido was Anna Vest Moth families being tho very best May there no troubles to them betide And the name McGuirebe multiplied It will bring you out of hickness into Health KINGS UOYAL iKRMETUKU CO Atlanta ja It will restore your Nervous icrgy It will lurify your lllood It will eliange your weakness into Strength win Niniiuiaie your ingestion T Lot ovory mini in tho county tulle M tho railroad as it would bo tho jriuulost thing for our county im Tho fnot that your pnp norson jqpnublo allliotod with hoarseness mruL a good living and uccumu- - with a cough or cold wo invariably UWdji Jargo boundary of land ib iHlviw thum to get Chamberlains ily were attending meeting at thi 1 now and place and when they returned 2 BUCK EYE home thoy found the house full of v 5 smoke and a largo portion of tho tloor burned awn v Their tinu lv 7 Induce your neighbors to huv onfi miri CURES NOTHING BUT HIES rofcuvn tinvod thwir bountiful Ml klMaMl v will he happy They are the BMMMWU1 -- wu v wvwu- A SURE and CERTAIN CURE UNIX blUVilifo k LOOlHIlg becomes a rjlpflcj1irp IE yours as iho known for In a ivctMiLidilorinl iho Siilrm best REiWEOYfoLPiLCS instead of drudgery A full Hue in stock Oregon Independent say Time iigain have we seen ClmmUer- and W11UU1 LUU ieacu laind Cough Uemedy tried and never without tu most salistae- A COOK BOOK with description of J II tWANOO torv romiltfl WliiMiPVPr wo wo n Range sent to any llnxil irctMi Cecil came near losing his house by iro last week Tho fam- Â¬ M J llllfil l i is superior to all others Twenty two of these Ranges sold in ten days is pretty good work for these times and goes to show that the goods are what they are represented to he And we propose to sell Seventv five bv January 1st 1895 So come HVQtranlMNl I OINTMENT fcWfc1 1 1 I BUY A MAJESTIC BE HAPPY or nnrr vi- j SSKSSSi Z1 JOHNSON oiany atall I IPB SWANCJO address ItffttWttt figaiust it tyi ooqmujtihl toly ATT0UNEYSAT AV Cough Remedy and when thoy do thoy nuvor rogrot it It nhviiyu Will practice in tho Wolfo county ami elf aorou you dooH tho court wvk and 1ook i well cult nbnlrauU ColNuitloiiH promptly mmfo nml of title luruUliuil on uliort lHMUie thi ForHtdo by John Homo notice By nm- O WlAf REED MT STERLING KY j H lV t 1 lL U jfai jjrjjr- - rir- mar - TOE HEMLD k FOIt RAILROAD COMSIIKHIUNKU We are authorized to luuiuuiiue John C Wood of Muutipunprv county kh a canil Into for tlu olHcenf ItiiilntHcl Con in wiiiner in thin the Third district miiIi jcit U the action of Min llquiblican I What Orb Bt Deie party Prayer meeting uttlio Methodist church to night at 0 oclock Harvo Nickoll who has boon quite Hick for eovoral days is out again Tom Loo and Jimmio Day will leave for tho wild and woolly west on tne zzu J Taylor Day left Monday for Winchester and other points on a businf ss trip There was no mail to thin placn from mthor Rothwoll or West Lib erty on Friday last John Robinson has niovod into tho parsonage property recently vacatod by Dave Tamos had 35 additions since his meeting at Soldier in Carter county The infant child of TISvimni and wife and an infant of Elijah Pelfrey and w iff of Campton died can do with rnilrond facilities wo montion the case of Fayette J nines A fewyoars muoo ho put everything he had into money and moved into a part of T Nna remote from rail Â¬ roads vlmr he spent every cent and did not earn anything Two years ago tie borrowed 100 and moved to Lllinois rontinn a farm right at the riilroad Now ho haB six head of good horses two cows 20 head of hogs onough corn and provision tor a year has paid the 100 and has money in his pocket A railroad would make Wolfe As an instance of what a man ElXrCSH ISHHC W SHORT STREET 12 RnLMilir MohIh 25 10 a in to LEXINGTON p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m cents MorIb to ordor at all hours ICY Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner from Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty i us itnAitis m 2 1 Wit tOhBi 1 especially tho members of the rond- ing circle course aro heroby noti- fiud that I now have on hand the questions for tho roading circlo ex- Â¬ county superior to any county in amination ready for distribution IllmoiB because wo have more to Please call and got thorn 1 ho ox bring money and now we have a ami nations must bo completod andÂ¬ Will you the papors sent to tho county suchance to net tho road perintendent on or beforo April 1 fjg help Respectfully 1805 ft Sick List Tho Tho toachors of the county and ffiftr Notice i n 1 jwvygwv- - A- - ksaS uTf r HAZEL 1WNEXT I GREEN AUAUtMY fii ako1 it SESSION OF 1894 95 TERM BEGINS MONDAY DECEMBER 31 Dr John A Taulbee reports the following patients tumor ins treat Â¬ ment Two children of John Da A F Byhd Studies in all departments of school work carried on WivgL4jJij anu J pvnuniijj Elder Howard writes that ho has commenced last Monday Thomas IVlfivy wul please ac Â¬ cept our thanks for a possum which was sent us in good shape a few days wince KxricNSBH kor Twenty Whkkb County Superintendent 1 00 Matriculation 40 00 Boiird When anv of our citizons visit 10 00 Tuition vis Frank Coldiron improving Winchester they will find tho res4 00 Washing v 3 Mimif per loison Mrs Jas Hiking and babe Mrs taurant of A Knadenger tho best 3 i 00 titcnoxriiphy and Type writing four weok town to get a square meal Joflio Rose fever Squire Fallen place in Vint halt payable in nuvnnce M very low Mrs and they can save money by pat- Â¬ VS son of Logans u r k lk inh i ram cicu two vcceh or more nioniu bickiiifii j jt I Its also deals in di n Mrs Pol fry ronizing him Lowe pleerndenia n not counted Belle Taylor Ed Nn confectioneries fruits cakes etc fever Mi pior JiuniN CJilly intluenza Mrs andean furnish fresh broad every JC38TA11 pupils from adistanco must board at tho Home 15d Cecil r1 ui t tmnr mill- - J j improving Miles Fal day to parties who desire it shipped im lictj iiktit Ki1 Ufv tn 1tIhiimi1 tv O iimu um t i nitit nvoi ri iiiiutat the Lexington and I tives ICjcpenenco has proveniiiv uati to get tho best rosultspu- - c lrnsboy Hiseal Sally hemiTn to them oer that l5 8m nia improiig Mrs lames Sebas Eastern railway pus must ne tinder me cured caro oi tne teacners ana iney o Â¬ v- Minnie rumtian convileseenl f cannot be if permitted to board in private families A Yia t nihilitis also a doen XjL IMOYI ple acute Cumpimi Ky or more nfllicted with chronic COlW P ATTORNEY-AT-LAcfjD troubles vO i Â¬ 1 1 - ln v i I t W vrai It iji- 1ainoliKan A Rccomraon Irtion from Los Antjclcs 0W JaHtelar SI Los Angeles I Cal Â¬ After having sulVered for a o1 t intuit ami rniii return MianiiiUt tl tiiiiitTifri uitli iliilnw linn of Wo iV Diiy lt tfrliiiL K v in tivil iiitiri1 rii- - Mtstnce of litlo fiiruislicMl imiIU-c-tioi- WsK u fflc CcS A Miko OlTair win Iivh on Laurel and on tho prospective route of the rail road ay ho will give right of way over Tils land long time Chamberlains lam without rheumatism fin acuterelief mod A lining 10W AIM -- TAMPBK VirOINUY-AT-liAW Keep your blood pure and heal- Â¬ medicine kion I M Hamilton thy and vou will not have rheuma- Â¬ For pale v John M Rose tism Hoods Sarsaparilla gives thn blood vitality and riuhuotM Union Sunday School whool organred at The Wo understand that Nowt Swan the Methodist church on Sunday go of Charleston 111 offers 20 a promising auspice month for frm hands Charles Â¬ last under vervmen t of It members eurrrH ton enjoys railroads and hence the with an and teachers chosen farmers are ablo to pay gooci prices The odicers Waddill superintend Â¬ wore NC for help ent Miss Laura Kawlings assist- Â¬ J- - s ant Mrs L C Thompson secreGoorgo 11 Snyder w totary and treasurer Miss Florence Phelps Co of tho Planters Teachers bacco warehouse Louisville will Quieksall assistant for a very Mass No lMmn Maltietiuicksall please accopt our thanks handsomo memorandum and bill No 2 Dr John A Taulbee NoNo Miss Florence Quieksall book combined Miss Laura Rawlings popular young T lf Havens our Common Senso jeweler will attend court at Ow thimbleShould be used in attempting to ingsville Monday to give a -full of ovidi nee in a Hi case euro that very diagreeablodii ease As catarrh originates in Lie will have Mooro to say about catarrh impurities in the blood local ap Â¬ it on his return plications can do no permanent of Stillwater who good The common senso method Abner Moore property of troatmont is to purify tho blood bought the Leo Patrick near Hazel Green on TuesdayÂ¬ and for this purposo thoro is no moved fromStillwator to tho prop- preparation superior to Hoods erty of Mre Nannio Kash just bo- - Sarsaparilla Puilm and was J almost immediately relieved r vA highly reconnx nd thn aithe KY - of Wollc ami the Will practice in the courtMl lninehs entrusted idjoimnj enuntie to our care will receive proiipi altenlion IiMrroN SHERIFFS liv V OHLL Largest Stock tli- JB TAYLOR DAY Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices xrmtii a t ry fi d Satt i - S lavllifdue - 1M0 n uH warIff nuuu fm virtue I H nf Monday 1 nrnnitil the 4th Day mv ileputii illu of March 1895 -- Â¬ Â¬ unlock a in and IetwiHii tlu houri iliwL-- n in nt tin court hon e dnnr in the inwii df i iiipten Wulfp county Kv it hcinji county court dav oxpo c to inililic all to thi lngliot and lu t liid dor for earth in limd tho lollowing dc f i 1 crilicd real tat or no much the enf a inav lie necisiary to satisfy snic tax and cost to wit Dist No 1 1S0I 1 H Amyx heirs I 10 acrij of land joining Walter Tipton MOFFMAS juajsurajKce s AEewj ixi FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT i Tlu Safest Rust nnd MOST RELIABLE Agency in Eastern Kentucky Kates Reasonable 50 IS Him No aensof land jT low Hazel ixreon Carter Dry Goods Co of Louisville was a guest of the Day house ovor Sunday See his card in this pa nor and whon in nood of anything r ma t lino wruu mi in SheritT Wilson tells us that ho was at Walnut Grove a few days nince and tho people thoro aro very 4 Hooiri Piils cures constipation R W Smith representing the by restoring peristaltic action to canal the alimentary More Enterprise John H Pieratt tho aftablo land lord of days agono showed ub the plans for a now note a tow days sinco and should tho railroad provo a roality he will orect a handsome hotol odifico on his cornor lot whero ISlll Jamcfl Amvt 100 joi iinj KranU Duke 7 7 II KnllU 180 1SD1 No acres joinint O ear Fallen S10S Uist No 1 lKWi l Win Little 50 acres land joining Kd Little lf4H Dist No 2 18U1 John Duncil 150 land joining M K Wilson 104 Diht No 2 1891 Joshua DclSusk i02 town lot Hazel Green 1 It N Koae Go Dist No 2 1S acres 185IS and 14 acres 1891 joining Wm Johnson 1S U 1M0 K J Kyrcl 120 Dist No joining C P Rohcrt8474 acrcaof land 1893 4 Elizabeth Kce Dist No 5 93 ton town lot ampton Eirbert Mooro 300 Yui Vn ft 8ft acres land joininir J H Haker 1313 Diht No 3 1891 2 John Wareman 3 acres land joining T F VanClcuvc 1 ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID SBHMMI IIHIIM1 Iit 1 I Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky 26000000 2750000Q m rs F N DAY just now in rocoipt of u full lino of 1 1 15 1 4 much pleased with tho prospect of a railroad through our county to tho Lexington and Eastern Honry Pieratthas our thanks for some brains but any one who knows Henry will agree with us that ho could himself have utilized them to advantage They weroÂ¬ from a lino beef ho killed on Wed nesdayindeed tho finest beef that has been Blaughterod hore for ma ny months During this snow nearly every Â¬ body goes on runnors when they nmride Tho naming is uuuu into pleas and somo aro converted David James and his uro vehicles family vre moved to the station on a laV sled and Mr Hartley Â¬ of Morgan county hauled live bar rels of coal oil from the hlntum hero on a sled Logan Hammond who has just returned from Mngofiln tells us that Guy randyof Ilagar eomplainsof not getting hkHku As the paper is mailed reguAWi larly every Thursday at this elhee tho Vault is with the postmasters along the route and Nehopo they Mr will bo moro anvoful nMiiHliilBoinrormHUHihiitlholrtnl of Flotulior ohnrgoil witli imiiuor wn onntinuml Jill nost lrm - tho oldPioratt hotol stood John understands tho hotol business from a to z and should ho go into 1895 it again tho commorcial tourists This FebruaryW4 DPvAKK S W G all over the country will tlock to Hy C C Hankb I S his hostolry to enjoy his rich fund QLARENDON HOTEL of auocdotes Gone to Dint No 4 1891 L Hyrd Spencer 89 ncrvaland adjoining Wm Johnson 762 Jaa P Dint No 5 Hanks 40 acres lane joining B F Hatton 2223 Dist No 5 185J1 Angelina joncn -acres land joining Felix Pence 579 Dist No G 1893 1 R N KOao liO land joining Jerry thildcra 1247 1889-90-1-2-3-4 285 Fall and Winter Hats Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from m nv i i a C Practical Jeweler and Silversmith HAZEL GREEN KY CO 100 up J M HAVENS 5 i i Cnr Short nml Ilmnittonr StrcctH lKXINCJTON KY JOS M ytCAlN Proprietor David B James and family left This liousn only two sqtin i from Lex hore Monday morning for Fair ineton unci litstern K V depot is lirxt The naUmiuRf Grange 111 where they will mako cliVhS and rates reasonablesolicited and tho of the mountain people is their future home Dave drilled hoM treatment asiured Â¬ Illinois his children and called the roll ev ery day for several days prior to hi donarture to make sure that none got away and with so large a family to till the soil he ought to make a lortuno in unit j oon htaU whoru railroad abound On IF YOU wain to icarn j 1 t 1 pcv wis Wa TELEWPHY niul hiinmu a competent -- a Gnttsr ot Â¬ I u- Tho editor and hit 1m joyed a sleijfh rid Monday rvn lOPERATOF ing John II Iieratt tho liery y Write mn kindlv loaned iw hi eulter t Tt hiiiiii niiuli one and wu hitched i own proml peau kIitlly our into the shatts ami tor an iinur VriTMIIKUTVKl sped through the fiiow along Ihe WITH boulevard Jroadvuiy -1 ttr 33 rr-i rnnitnu i S j i SLMmGBRmr jjg O MERGHANTSWJOBWLOTWHOUSE i q7 o ICldor J T Pioratt Im morning for bordur of Loo nml Wolfo uounlius whuro ho bogan a teorloB of tuoot ings4 on Tuosdny ovoning left Tuesday iauhanah on tho MANUFACTURERS HO J Bettman Bloom -l- rnri rii so Rnra Stroo t WM -- -- yrnni only Cincinnati Ohio W IWH11 Co IViir Drives in OTHINB Wmt Irwrl Hlrfi t CINCINNATI Thn trntln of Kvntuokv iiicithiuiW ollo Hod jmil atUfacilinuKiinraitruli 0LOTHIH6 SK0HS fioiul for our Trie Ll HATS IM I Mfl MK v 0 z r SSkSoS EIK C 1 I JfV4tfH 3 5 ii Winchester mmmfrv31fr9frfrmm Winter Clotty ALMOST At Your Own Pri cei Tie Clearance Sale Ever THEY MUST CO AT COST AND LESS THAN COST M an yrv gp - rass - Kiz7 i Km H Free QirGus Every Day mm gHHHHf HP Ml Clothing STOCK f YFurniHhingH of Hats fcc Gents mmmmm i W i g Boy QEotbiuig Sw AtekkMMWM MUU 3teey i i MENS SUITS Our Our Our Our Our go for 2000 Mens SuitH go for 1600 Men Suits go for 1200 Mens Suits go for 1000 Mens Suits go for i500 Mens Suits 13 flO 12 00 8 7 SO fiO 5 00 OVERCOATS Our 2000 Overcoats go for Our 1500 Overcoats go for Our 1200 Overcouts go for Our 1000 Overcoats go for Our fJOO Overcoats go for Our 000 Overcoats go for 12 oO iu w 7 ri f0 i0 o0 2 7f MENS ALL WOOL PANTS 00 60 2 7o 2 00 00 1 5 rfpf Ii i J - Our GnO All Wool Touts Our 600 All Wool Pants Our 400 All Wool Punts Our JOO All Wool Pants Sweet Orr Corduroy Pants best grade at MENS HAT DEPARTMENT Our Our Our Our Our Our Our f T 500 Stetson HatH 100 Stetson Hats 1S0 Fur Hats go 300 Fur Hats go 3fi0 Stiff Hats go 260 Stiff HatM go 200 Stiff Hats go go at eo at at J7f 00 2 25 at at at at 2 00 2 50 I 75 1 15 MENS SHOE DEPARTMENT J Our 500 Mens Shoes at Our 100 Mens Shoes at Our 300 Mens Shoes at Our 200 Moas Shots at 50 2 00 1 25 h en 1 86 260 Underwear for tirely too largo for thin timr of 1 00 160 Underwear for 75 year therefore I will cut priceH right 100 Underwear for 19 and loft 76 Underwear for Juy your goods now if you 25 1000 Mens Fine Handkerchiefs 1iAc worth want to nave oO cents on every dollar 60 Dozen Mens Unlauudried Shirts 75 16c worth you invest It will pay you to lay them 6 Dozen P K Mens Pine Shirts cost us 76c go at aide until next winter if you dont 60 Dozen Fine Neckwear at 15 need them now 26 Dozen Pine 76c Neekwearat BOYS AND CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT 7 60 Hovs Suits Sold for 1860 goat I 50 l5ovrt Suits Sold for 1000 go at Hoys Suits Sold for 500 goat 00 prices no object I have bought 15 26 Childrens Knee Suits Sold nt r50 go it of worth 3 75 00000 Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 500 go at Children- Knee Suits Sold at 100 go Jtt 50 1 25 Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 00 go at 75 Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 150 go at BOYS AND CHILDRENS OVERCOATS 50 700 Hoy- - Overcoats at gents Furnisnmu 3 50 000 Hoys Overcoats at 2 50 500 Uovs Overcoats at Will carry 2 00 and wont linvo tho room 250 Hojs Overcoats at ntxt nenson tho finest rood ever brought to thin city Pricurf will bo lower thsin of any bonno in th ntato We 5 60 those 750 Trunk for 4 00 bought them for the cash 550 Trunk for A 00 100 Trunk for 2 00 Gome Early and Get First Choice 300 Trunk for 1 250 Trunk for 75 SALESMEN 2 25 Valine for 350 2 00 Charley Qtrisenberry T G 300 Valise for Hodgkin 1 00 200 Valise for MENS UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT THEG000SMUSTG0 1 1 - and 1 Ms tvfrofroo0o4frw tf iSr Ifry J r-- Joe Bloomtield Next Door to Clark County National Bank 111 E y KS3ttiSi4S3totittfS yws r A New VICTOR BLOOIWFIELD fir Doors Open from 730 A M to 830 P M y 9 ii2 Sf5- - assr slli JT- N A MkBr CS55W JB Railroad Hilling of Dr John E Rador -- i f An ontorpriao that would bo of groat advantage to Winchester is now being proposed Tho company thut owns tho rich Cuuoy coal iiolda of Morgan county proposes to build a lino of road from their fieldn to a point on tho Lexington Eastern K 1J near Torrent Thoy ask that tho right of way timbor and stono and 20000 be furnished thorn These coal fields lire tho finest in Kentucky and tho country through which this roatl would pass via Campton and Hazol Green is a good farming country It seems that at least 10000 of this money could be raised by subscription from Lex ington and Winchester bankers and merchants and the rest in the counties of Wolfo and Morgan Our merchants hore have nover fully appreciated tho value of this Tho coming mountain trado opring a groat deal of merchandise of every kind could bo sold all nlong tho L fe E if proper adver- Â¬ tising wore done Let us not sit idly by and hco Loxington gobble this ontiro trade Winchester Sun A New Officer for Each County Thoro ia probability at least a possibility that there will soon be at work in each county of tho state a now official of about tho same dignity as a county assossor but employed and puid by tho United Dr John E Rador was shot and killed last Tuesday night at the residence of Catherino McQuinn on tho south fork of Quicksand four miles from this place Catharine McQuinn says that sbo kilbd him Ho was shot in the fifth rib on the loft side tho ball passing out at tho sixth rib on th right side Tho body was brought home Wodnesday morning and prepared for burial Mis McQuinn sent for SliorilT Combs earlv Wednesday morning and gave herselt up Tom Smith and Robert Fields weiv the only porsons at tho house at tho time of tho killing which occurred about 11 oclock Tho partic swill b 3 bofore Judge Day today There aro a variety of opinions as to the murder and many think that all tho story has not been told There should have been a coroners in- Â¬ quest but that is something that is rarely done in this part of the world Facts should always be as Â¬ certained in ovory violation of the law and nopains should bo sparod by tho civil authorities tt get pos- Â¬ session of thotu The body of the deooased will be buried here today Friday Dr Rador leaves a widow and three very interesting childron Wo can assuro thorn of tho sympathy of the entire com Â¬ munity in their deep sorrow Jdckson Hustler Sth Â¬ sWe Court Comparison and Defy Competition 9 sfi ir The Lexington f0L N-J-W Business College INCORPORATED rglVfJfW 45 WWWn M W Wm 0B IS NOW of tin PRINTING Prepared for Printing OF house bUCII AS o EVERY DESCRIPTION LKTTKIMIEADS ILL ILK ADS STATKMKNTS tlV ieKimrnf mroocRriil tuihMits tio Htilarifs irKrcgnt of tlimiHamUordolljirw ptr niiiuiin linnUtfdd irti rHrriN Srorro of tho lcndlni prcn f loiiui hnil buMiiOKi incii ho urt Its friends Myntfax or nrtiuiL itrarllcal hiI i rtrcn iMiinrM lntru4 tlon mI In i vorv iluiian iiiiii riakjamonthtful4 livanvoihur plan xsn KST AW K US All llm Premium Golilaiifl Hrotuf McJnlNam l iriui etc ht tho liiUi nuStoiint I x position iuarlf iln yMtn if nvkHecVlnu sh1 in this iIIvkc Ilouil t iliiMlnci Iirpnrtniont years Si OfUrUl Eadororiiirul be Uev if the Ciumnwaltli HitwIUcnt hUt CtillfKt kiii thu JMTitarT hihI of tin irruHiirrr rrlty Trust tmd fcafety aiilt Co oliiiltic its Diploma THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH 1 mitirelul iciA Ac Siittr A V Collfgr 1 ranr IIlKtir - IKnnxiti rTnT I I 5IItl-liiit- r- i j Statos government A lotter from Statistician Robinson of Secretary Mortons bureau has written here to tho commissioner of agriculture n lottor which indicates that the national government through the bureau ox agriculture proposes to tako audi a consuB of agricultural inttfresta in this wholo count ry as It i pro W8B novor made bofore noBQd to canvass tho crops average yield etc of ovory county in ov ory etato in the Union and when imch information is compiled it of foul bo tho most thorough s ub Htutistics ovor Agricultural linliocl by any country of thu world flu onrrvinu out of such a nroiect WOuHl men a good place for 10 f ll The exposure to all sorts and CATAIOllUKS conditions of weather that a lum- Â¬ berman is called upon to endure UAXDIULLS in the camps often produces severe colds which if not promptly chocked practical tiV1rlll0lkflptnil IS lriwountni T 1m r 11 Fim vtltllM Mm rlcan IMsiTIO towomHs lw iMMthial uiH pneumonia MrJO Davenport managor of the Fort llragg red Â¬ ox wood company an immense insti- Â¬ tution at Fort llragg Cal says thoy soil large quantities of Cham Â¬ rosult in congestion or ci ic il ails 1JODC5KIJS fjcptTifiKv fiom NIbi hlff Triln Olnputohor with tit Trunk rltiM In Amfrlcn HmlnrM d i operator Train 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with what emotion did they rvwl Terrys modest pencil M rawl bidding- them nscrllxj all credit to letters and jfive tiV gratitude to Schramm with what fluttering hearts what tearful eyes did they strive to read Fentons letter telling- the story of Perrys dash to the rescue of the imperilled troonirt s ni his heroic effort to save poor Sehultzs body of the daring nnd devotion of Trooper Schramm of the enthusiastic praise the little detachment lavished on their young lieutenant Here at least was Perry the hero of the Indian campaign the future leader in many another Stopping only long enough to drop in upon a little coterie of old campaigners receive their hearty congratulations and read them the dis- Â¬ patches from the scat of war the vet- Â¬ eran colonel left by first train for the far west to meet his boy and to bear to that brave and devoted Prussian troop cr the blessings the gratitude and the assurance of the fervent prayers of mother nnd sisters for his own happiness nnd prosperity for all the years of his life and beyond Four days and nights of ceaseless travel it took the colonel to reach Paw- Â¬ - I nee Uy that time the general with l Tintop and the regiment was far to the 5 northeast straightening out another CAUSK I DONT MKAN TO IOHB MY TO- squabble the army as usual acting as buffer between the Indians and the KITION THHOUOII LOSING IIIM people and getting hard knocks on both sides By that time Ilhett with hi his wounded bo for there lay gallant eommand was back at Kausom and Schramm bum to their solicitude Fenton with the wounded from deaf to any won of cheer Slaughter cove was on the homeward I think we can bring him round m inarch They were breaking camp in a few days of quiet here said Dr Pawnee gorge thirty miles north of French hut quiet we must have the station just about the time that Well sir said the colonel decided Â¬ No went whistling down the grne ly we dont leave hero until you do diooting sharp curves of Antelojie There are mother and sisters hunger Â¬ iork after leaving the colonel to be re- - ing at home to get at Perry but oived by the quartermastorat Pawnee neither my boy nor I can turn a back tation His first question was for on a soldier like Schramm Let me news of ltis boy who was doing splen Â¬ know just what he needs and every didly said theoHIcer when they passed cent weve got is at your service Ft is a s rious fever I fear said Ska Bridge yesterday Ieutons go Â¬ ing to send him with one or two others the doctor but what he needs most ahead in the ambulances this morning now is absolute repose Weve got to Theyll be here before noon Schramm guard hira against disturbance of any omes in at the same time poor fellow kind Hes got an ugly touch of fever Dr Doou mean h caut be moved at French wires and they want to get all doctor asked a man who with one or two other civilians had entered him to the hospital as soon as possible The death of his friend Sehultz seems the Ineowure despite the efforts of the corrai master who positive at nrst in fo have been a hard blow I wish theyd let me take him home his refusal had stepped back bewith us said Col Thornton with glis- Â¬ wildered at sight of a formidable patening eyes I know a little woman per Certainly said Dr French short- Â¬ who followed the drum many a long year with me and two pretty girls as ly with the who are you expression vcr were born under the Hag if it is that comes into the faces of the most their father who says it who would even tempered of men when disturbed be only too happy to spend nights and in the midst of their duties Then weve simply got to camp days for weeks to come nursing that me and my young gentleman back to life Do you here till he can be party know him at all You hnve Id like to know why Only by sight sir He was quite a Cuusel dont mean to lose my po- Â¬ de- Â¬ character at the post owing to his votion to Capt Morgan who helped sition through losing him Heres my him out of a close call last year just warrant That mans wanted for the after he enlisted They all agree that Minden robbery he is a gentleman by birth and breedCIIAPTJ Ji xill ing whom some freak of fortune has landed on our shores Hed get the It was July before the sheriff of LatIron Cross at home for this exploit imer county would have been allowed Well well show him here that if the undisputed custody of the person e have no decorations to offer we of Trooper Schramm and by that time Americans know how to appreciate hc the sheriff began to wonder whether roismvand reward it Theres nothing he really wanted him or not To Kgin much too good for such a fellow in our with the young German lay nt Pawnee for nearly a week in about the hottest eyes Aii hour later the sun just peeping fever Dr French had ever encountered dp over the eastern verge of the plateau The infantry went on home to Hansom and his host being comforted with with most of Thorntons little squad early coffee the quartermaster could and the wounded but Col Thorntons not help but note how wistfully the old influence with his old comrade the adsoldiers eyes kept turning to the north- Â¬ jutant general of the department was amply suflicient to have the doctor and ern road An inspiration seized him Look here colonel its going to lc some attendants remain there with his a hot day and those fellows would be son and Schramm There were days of in which the young jjlatlof a little ice Suppose we take delirium of the Ithineluud of Prussian officer home and And then one beautiful spring day my buekboard and drive out and babbled And Thornton after the mother of old days in saddle with the Schramm sent for Mrs Hinkel and his meet them proper amount of hesitancy as to tak Â¬ hussars on the sunny slopes beyond box and she weeping came to Con- Â¬ ing an ollieer away from his duties Mctz of mad envy at sight of Bredows stance and together they appealed to gladly1 assented So the quartermaster squadrons riding away eastward from Morgan and then the old man in the ordered out his team and by six oclock the heights of Tronville down the new shoulder straps realized that the they were bowling over the magnificent sheltering ravine then up the slopes matter could be no longer hidden and t i t prairie road wun me sun ciuiuuenn again andofin headlong charge full on before nightfall Schramm learned that higher every minute and with a couple the front he the battling rench Then he was under the surveillance of the seemed to hear the longed sheriff charged with being accessory of buckets of ice blanket swathed exultant Two for order for his own fellows to recall to the robbery of Paymaster Graves at swinging under the rear axle hours later rounding a bold shoulder the keen soldier rivalrj between Uhlan least to the extent of receiving and of bluff among Hkj bends of the Pawnee cuirassier and hussar as the three regi concealing a certain part of the money gorge they caught sight of white ments lined up for their charge with And Schramm speechless with wrath wagon covers halted at a little clump dragoons and hussars in support and and amaze stood attention to his tit vUiwi Imlf ji mili iliiiil Hurrah with the Augustsun just sinking in the captain fin the hospital porch and west Yonder they are at the springs said rayedthey swoonedMdown upon the ar - simply quivered and shook and clenched divisions of on tern and Cleramhis hands Morgan made him sitdown the quartermaster bault to the north of Mars la Tour and prefacing his statement with the And they found them Two or three he lived again the perilous assurance that no one who knew hlnr soldiers were passing eups of the cool And thenhis first experience with the believed mm m the faintest way con Â¬ hours of sparkling water to the fevered hands Siuuv and poured out his heart in gra t nected with the robbery went under the canvas screen The young oftieer who so pluckily say there were certain matters mi that doetop dismounted catching sight of titude to theOld Thornton the coining backboard sauntered for saved him his father heart silting by unexplained seemed to point to him yiarning with the linger of suspicion He am Ids camp cot ward to meet it in hopes of letters uvcr his own boy lying in placid sliini Sehult left camp on Bear Fork One glance at the gnty imittiichcd sol bcr clue at huud learned enough to toward half past twelve a m and djer b the drivers side was enough him in a letter to the American though they started back by the With extended hand he hastened to iruidu legation at Berlin a soldier fathers trail of the regiment they had prob h alight as the quartermaster heb letter to another soldier father in a ably left it and borne away over rented in his braying mules land angered at and estranged to the south so as to ride along Col Thornton I feel certain said foreign from the sou of whso very existence the bank of the Ska in plain view of Â¬ he Yonders your boy in the ambu nerhans he was in doubt The letter Minden ten minutes after the depar lance jollT ns any Mark Taploy you MM huh lure of No rj and just after the robIteiuiu uiittHuii iiuiiiii 11 ever luard f And Thornton unable WUS pOSUMl111 of other namev and tell of the bery A Mr Long had seen two troop t the moment to speak a word babble KrauleinMorgansoldest child ers on roans riding briskly west at that rnspt d and shook the doctors hand gnadige and with grave face the colonel rosy time The operator said thy troojhirs mvd hU gray head and putted Mm by and Theres n moetlnir that would ilhv and looked at his nice plug boy walk had come in beforehand with the false dispatch mid he thought tlujy might out uion the breuzy prtilrle rn the pyitiultiiiof uCarlyle said the went Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- doctor an instant later though both men turned their backs nnd looked awny for under the lifted curtain of hJa trundling liltcr Perry had peeped and seen his fathers face the father whom he had supposed two thousand miles away Just before noon that day under the doctors careful supervision the wounded were being lifted from the wagons and borne beneath the eanvas flies stretched for them in the coolest and breeziest part of the quartermas ter k gunrded eoral Perry buy like had insisted on scrambling out on hi feet partly to show how lively lie wus partly that he might be close at hand when there was borne with measured tread and gentle hands the prostrate form of u trooper whose iluthed face and twitching hands and glittering eyvs proved him to Ihj in the clutch of burning fever About his litter anxiety in every look hovered the colonel and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing for hours before his return Many things did Schramm mutter and mur Â¬ mur and reveal that Thornton could not understand at nil but he lnijw enough German to divine much of the soldiers past and to demand of his son what letter was that ho sent to Con stance Morgan whereat Perry looking much nmnzed answered with all promptitude Letter to Connie Mor gan Why certainly I wrote to her the second day out from Ransom to tell her what you told me about promotion and to ask her to send us the measures for her fathers belt and helmet The men of the old troop were bound to send him his captains shoulder knots and some one suggested that it might be a pious idea to chip in nnd order a complete new outfit helmet and knots and belt and all -- just to surprise him Some thought he might take offence but old Tintop swore ho shouldnt And Thornton pere walked out again Perry had never lied to him in his life Would it be fair to ask the boy if he had been making love to Morgans motherless daughter But within the week the crisis was over Schramm was out of danger Mother and sisters were clamoring for Perry at home so eastward went the colonel and his boy nnd presently by ensy stapes westward went Schramm his escort camping at Alkali crossing to the north bank and going on to Min den where camp was made again and where Mr Fisk the agent came over ostensibly to see if he could be of any service nnd then went back to his otlice and said to a deputy sheriff that if that was one of tho men who came in with the dispatch that Friday morn- Â¬ ing of the 1st of June hed changed so he couldnt tell him Meantime Band had been clear around to the agency bj the other route and turned up again at Butte tho day Schramm was returned to Hansom Dont you disturb him Mr Sheriff said lie and just take my ad Â¬ vice now dont go too fast on this trail you may get in so far you cant get back with credit to yourself And out at the post the doctor had given strict order that nobody should breathe in Schramms hearing what everybody knew that lie was wanted for the My first duty is to Minden robbery see him restored to health and then the law strength said he And so must take its course with the regiment long miles nwuj Schramm lay patiently in hos- pital tenderly thought for by every- Â¬ one frequently remembered through the mails bj the distant family of Thorntons promoted corporal of his troop in regimental orders promulgated from headquarters in the field and read to the whole assembled command both there ami here at Hansom reciting the heroic nature of his conduct in the af- Â¬ fair at Slaughter cove and the skill and bravery with which his superiors being disabled lw wounds he had conducted the defense All this was very pleasant to Schramm whose eyes lighted with joy when Morgan his captain now and Jeffers invalided by wounds and Treaey ditto all came in to congratulate him but the sweetest tiling m life to the convahscing soldier was the sight of Connie Morgans pretty face when regularly as the dnj came round the gnadige Fraulein ap peared with some little bunch of wild flowers some little dainty or cool drink but always with her gentle voice and soft brown eyes and sweet serious smile to ask how the corporal was feel Â¬ ing this bright daj The only trouble now was that he began to get well too fast His fellow non commissioned of- Â¬ ficers Jeffers and Treaey limping in oue day said there was a big row among the railway people all over the Hiots and ructions east had fol- Â¬ lowed The militia and police were whipped The regiment had been whisked in from the field piled into passenger ears and sent away towards Omaha and they the wounded of the Indian war were losing this trip to civilization and beyond Next day Hhett and his men were suddenly tele Â¬ graphed for and again was Capt Mor Â¬ gan both ordnance nnd commanding Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I have looked like SohuHx aadSehmmM The paymaster couldnt bt --aire couldnt identify him but Mr Lacy the clerk had described th twd wko met them at tho train and led them back from tho depot while he followed in the rear and Lacys description cer-Â¬ tainly pointed to them Then on reach- Â¬ ing the garrison Schramm had gone to Mrs Hinkel got his box put a pack Â¬ age in it and charged her on no ac- Â¬ count to let it fall into Other hands nnd this box the sheriff had opened in presence of the commanding officer and the first thing found was an en velope containing live hundred dollars in fifties which Lacy was ready to swear wns some of the lot taken from tho paymasters valise Then they were in town togother and hurried away the moment they learned that the robbery was known and soldiers suspected and instead of returning to the regiment thuy had turned off and gone away northward through Wagon gup until met and run back by the Sioux This said Morgan was the case against him as far as he knew CONTINUED NKXT WKKK WfDcMei WINCHESTKl KY mi It D HUNTER OwWir Paid up Capital Surplus A 6000000 20000000 Thia Bask nollolU the acceuata ef r chant farme tradaraand business mc generally throughout KtutUirn Keataeky and offers ju cuatemero every facility a4 the moat liberal term a witkin Ue IhniU ef legitimate banking ectl6fl Mag City national CLAY CITY KY Baol 50000 Capital FLOYD DAY TT J Prtiddeat F COX Cofthier yi - means so mucii more than vou imatrine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Poor Health health - In SitfAVVSlVVlV i No lUak in Km tern Kentucky hna hotter vnulta nor better facilitiea for k coping your account Managed entirely by homo peopta who know you and who arc alwayn ready to accommodate you r Monoy to loan on reasonable rate Call on uo Gierk County Haifonai EanK MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY JOHN W UKAKTrcaiilent P Capital V CURTIS Cashier 200000 Surplus 35000 100000 Undivided Profits Dont play with Natures Organized 18 being the oldcnt bank in ihu county Collection made on all pohita mid your btHttiCbH hoI cited to rrrnnt PQr gilt Browns Iron I Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria nicdiciticwiiiiiti Itiown cuK-bci-tit Me liaustc netvoin have tin appetite ana jut nt begin at ottcette inir tliomoMtel out ot sorts uc4k ami uiticra- Ifyouareieeliift Traders Deposit Bawk MT STERLING KY 30000 Capita J M l 200000 Buuwua trifthrifij i- - G L mUSTAFl President KIUKiATHICK Vice itn a ntoi pleasant Unt ters A tew ties comci limit ti cry first iIosp xi Uf Mi rrj hot- - W W THOMSON Present Caiiliior Â¬ It Cures Bad Blood its tc lafcf Wo respectfully idleit the Iiuhiiickh of mer chants farmers trailer mid htiriiitCHt men unurilly throughout KuHtcrn Kentucky A eneriil bunking buMnesN done Give tin n hnucu to Hcnd you a hunk hook nay your liccks ami loan you motiev when In nued W V Thomimon CaMliHcr Kidney and Liver Troubles sni Nervous allmcntr Womens complaints tfrj Gin vAVAyAyrtiyyAnyirVAu T DAY I1AZKL OHKEN ct only the genuine It liit cms mm Hues on the vriper All otheri ate On receipt of two aunipt o win solid set ot I en uemituul Wnrlit lulr Views ami book ec DROWN CHEMICAL CO BAt TIMOR V3 -s rl 11 0U8 THE Mt Sterling Ky bric-a-bra- IWIIaM juafc now rocoivtng liia ChriBttnaa Holiday Qkx1h omhrncing Watohoe Dia- Â¬ monds Jowolry of ovory kind flolid and platod Hil c vor wan otc Prices tho lowoat Givo him a call and you will savo money to Lexington CALL ON la Fred J Heintz Sqnnrn XK i Manufacturing Jeweler OrjRtom TTorJFn SPs vL SSSS2 i 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fortunes in a fiyht ia again vory Hick for tho Democratic nomination for Miles Nickoll of Dayaboro came govornor he would receive tho supdown with und unrolled his Hon port of thousands of bluo grass as woll aa mountain Democrats and Don ford last Monduy should he bo nominated and Mtb Amyx of Daynboro canio elected he would mako the state a down Tuesday and arranged to en- Â¬ faithful conscientious and able roll hor daughter next Monday chiof oxecutivo Â¬ lntr Stock of Hals and Bonnets Just Receive New Tall nnd W I Prices Lower Than Ever Mrs MAGGIE GILLUM No 49 North Broadway RllllSllifilil MMmssiB Jjt BwJb iiwwrliM rof LEXINGTON KY asf5ssessf55 i Salesmen Wautod Tan boo who is teaching Good wagfa to sell our nurserv iHVronchburgj writOH under date or the llth iiiHt that hia daughter Btock Apply for terms We will havo for spring and fall 189f an Lula will onroll in a few daya t immense stock of apple pear W A JoneH of Clarke county peach plum apricot cherry grape nnd MiflH Bonnie Kaah of Hazel etc Also small fruits shade and Oroon both former pupiln of tho ornamental trees roses etc We academy were married at Fronch- - makn a sneciulty of wholesaling Wo will to largo planters direct bUrg on Tuesday sell to responsible parties and take Now matriculates Una week are note payable in 0 12 and IS lionford Nickell Dayaboro Wood months Write ua for wholesale on LittloandC Linden Gillmoro prices Address Anna E Pioratt Ef 1 Curtis Pio Soutiikkn Nuiisruv Co ratt town Mra N Kaah county Winchester Tenn 1 V 1 TO T1IK w 11 4A itmi QOD m ljHD50nE vomnE OF iBM8tmiLimi I 8 JIT KTEHIING KY m m m m Tho junior division of Hip Ifaut ot Ion society gavo a well proparud program on Tuewdav morning The Booiolioa now vio with each other nnd tlniH quite an interest haa been awakened OffEJ KJ SELECTED SIXTY FOUR PLATES Hlzo follnre CiiIIh rndcrwenr Ac In lact nil jmir clothing tlmt ou uifb to have lnuif ilricil in a Mipcrior mtiiitivr 1 W CUAVLN Auiiit Inwl Green Ky PHOTOGRflPHlG VIEWS y Lightning Hot Dropa What a Funny Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There is No Pav A WORTH 100 EVERY PERSON SENDING S113 FREE 1 -- r tail I I of piK0 ii by 13W Indies Elaborate Cover in Gold nnd Colors Highly Enameled Paper JJISHAVE HAIR CUT or fc V jrwvflty TO yk Hubjert tho ChriHtian Church Ireju uh licod Sunday school at the 8UIHU place at a m Tlie at Â¬ tendance at Sunday Bchonl last Sunday morning waa nearly 80 1 next Sunday at Services at tho Christian church 1 i I SHAMPOO T11I Ull Ulll XSFWhon in Mt Storling and vou nood anything of thu kind A a m tramp froze toj M ays lie Ky death at last Yod nesday night in a box car Tim 0 thermometer was 1T degrees below zero at oclook and 10 below at An unknown v i 1 UWE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION Cli EPazfeKxiMMn He paid And a o LEE 4 FISHER vA r -Y the Bonv npPAlvr C1TV You Pr Mot- - ir or 0 I 1 a in ThurMlav been a great deal of fovcr among the pupil of the academy Thoro haa not boon one aho of fever thia winter and only one pupil haa been sick viz Lee McCann who had an attack of pneumonia brought on by exposure The friends of tho school will please correct thia false impression that haa been circulated aa it might keep pupils from entering tho acad- Â¬ emy thia session Neighborhood papers might alao mention thia hu Â¬ It haa boon reported that there ran obtain thM Handsome One Doll irl w V It ourhUbt4cnitloiidoeHnotfxtlri niwluKUOw foroneyrar nostKcpidly ri et wjnd In your renewal awl the date ou our paper w ill tw ttetorwveral w li ronvard 0 j i ouo km or iiiouuis j SPECIAL NOTE TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS r c proprietor South lJ f o the limit r vv BARBER SHOP 1hIUo 1f Htrrot itar fc Mrvk V fTKimo SaowiSQ HUU1 THKcontcntiof tho artneries of views- J aboe referred to cousuti ot a selec- v tiou oi hixtv rovii photographic DoYQuWearPams IV tO WKAI1 ONLY poMou and la lnHluallo aawcllaa artistically beautiful OLD SUBSCRIBERS -- C WUBSC8IK2S AT ONCC Outfit couslstlnc of sample of book and rnnRFSPONOENCE fbom agents INVITED jrj sample pat er wnt on nvelj t of V5c to iy cost of rapping malUnu and prrajuKut THE LION BRAND v AInnn COO in rPTTT XXLXJ TTTi T A T TV XlXLlJCVXXXJX fj t i MAXUFACTUKEI KENTUCKY BY m CO i ytZJSZXXXZSZA JLUUe Acahkihtk Deafness Cannot Be Gnrod HAZKL iKEEX KY iA- w w JEANS CLOTHING May llcntlcy n V not roach tho disoasod portion of Disease Threatens to Cut WHEN YOU WANT A WATCE the ear There ia only one way to Short a Noble Career cure doafnosa and that ia b con Htitutional rtMnodios Deafness ia But Hoods Snrsaparilla Rostoros Good Moalth causod by an inflamed condition of Or anything in Uu jAI y2k Tr LIIHo May Ilentley Ii an accomplished elocutho mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ im f l s Jowolry lino lot mo tionist w g chian Tube When this tube gots n ago and nnturul born spnkor vf only 12 van i3 the whole siory know it I will fur- Â¬ Slio 11 Uio only ctilld teinierauco lectinflamed you have a rumbling urer before Uio public Ilcr uenlus however nish you goods worth rlanJ labels aOOllt jiSM tound or imporfoot hearing and did not exempt her from hn attack of a ULvaso tho money and YOU when it is entirely closed Deafness of Uio blood Ilrjown wordsbeit tell tho story H will haVO GUAKANTEH HomlCo Lowell Mais TTTk tl i UJrf nw nn tn ass is thn result and unless the in- Â¬ O LIheartily Join with tho many Uiouiandi at homo whoro yott that flammation can bo taken out and aro recorntniiKllni foods Snrsaparilla I had tfiifl tube restored to iU normal lcu troubled from Infancy with KathcrliiKi In tlio head I wax rouielled lo lruvo cIkkiI ygw uospccttuiiy condition hearing will bo de the doctors tulvko lie thought it vw theuihii V O J only UrSJxL UMsnoraorcnoiicrpackafresoda ncvorpois ft royod forovor nino cases out of tliinj to avtl my life but I itl T F HARP f Hour universally acknowledged purtia the w m lii pttViya worlJ Continued to Grow Worso 4 qoop vircir ton tiro caused by catarrh which ia I was prmiAdod finally by friend to nothinghut 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