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MJpfVflM t H - v - JL IjrrCrrlJ THE PIMrBLr iLJIIri BBr B p Ul A u Mp mm sv Mt4- - - 1 AT KlrrfMI L4IZ7ID rri T- - SPEMGEIt COOPER Ownir and EfUttr Of a NUjr World With News From All Nation Lsmfeiin at HU Back loo a YEAR Always In NUMBER 60 TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 7 1805 ly encouraged by tho efforts that aro be Â¬ M William Henrys houso was deÂ¬ aoaiimt xercs ing put forth and I am satisfied that tho NEIGHBORING NOTES stroyed by firo last Friday morn- Â¬ intelligence and enterprise for which the James H Swango will address ing and only citizens of your section of Kentucky are Items of News Gathered by Baiy No insurance a few things saved our graduating class on June 5th noted will It is thought that M THE PROJECT ASSUMING DEFI- Â¬ tion of the result in tho early construe dea red railroad Herald Correspondents tho firo caught from a broom which S M Nickoll spent from Friday Tho motto on the coat of arms of tho NITE SHAPE had boon used about the fire State of Kentucky UNITED WE That till Tuesday at the home of his pa Its Readers May Be Posted om Wkat q A very singular and sad occur- Â¬ rents near STAND DIVIDED WE FALL is pe- Â¬ inaex m Is Belag Said aid Dm Encouraging Letter From Presi- Â¬ culiarly applicable to the relations ex- Â¬ rence was roported hero Saturday isting between this proposed railroad A daughter of J T Niokoll on dent Walbridge J P Haney of Index accompa Â¬ and the people who will bo most bene- Â¬ A RESUME OF THE PAST WEEK Caney died recently from the of nied his brother Loroy to tho fitted by its construction focts of a gunshot wound on the homo last Sunday I will be pleased to answer any proper ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT CAMPTON knee caused by a pet lamb run- Â¬ questions and furnish any information If there a hole in a your coats LAST MONDAY I redeyo tent It on this subject that tho people interested ning against a gun which cnusod N C Congloton W L Hamr A chielH anmtu you takine notes fl Ant iihU t1 n It utouiA 4a JISK mjujt mond and B F Quioksall Avent to til it to firo by falling And faith hell prcnt it Apologizing for occupying so much of Let Every Man Do His Duty and Snccess J A Nickell of this place re- Â¬ Campton Monday your valuable space but trusting that it I Will Crown Onr Efforts WOLFE COUNTY cently traded his town property to will prove mutually beneficial 1 remain Dr McClure and Mr Osborne of Cr W Goad for a part of tho lat Respectfully Leo CityLocals MlIO Morgon county each brought his KENTUCKY RAILWAY CO W Di L Waldridoe tors farm and Jim niovos to son Monday Iloom 182 Washington Building Born to tho wife of Alexander Georges and enrolled thorn in President v No 1 Broadway and George moves to school Perkins a girl J NEW York FcbrUnry 20 1893 Proceedings ol tho Railroad Meeting Jims We regret to lose Jim the SiENCEK Cooper Esq Editor Hazel B F Rose owns seven owes which Carpenter but wo aro informed The meeting was called to order Our school has joined Green Herald Hazel Green Ky that Georgo has u sot of law tools grass union declamatorythe blue by T C Lykins who explained its have fourteen ewe lambs Dear Sir I am informed that some of contest C C Chanoy and Kirk Patrick which if he is as roady to loan as and Avill send a the prominent citizcna of JInzel Green objects representative to it Canipton and Wolfe county are interestHo then introduced Judge CW mado a trip to lackson last wook Jim was his Ave will Avolcomo in iuay ing themselves in the mutter of procur- Gouiley of Bonttyville Ky who Clay Koso wont to Winchester Goorgo among us that avo may still ing tho construction of the Ohio Ken- in a very plain and New pupils this wook aro Arby forcible man Â¬ and othor points last week on bus- Â¬ bo tho samo happy peoplo tucky railroad from Walnut Grove in Inocil SMiio one thought Willie Cox explained tho advantages of a iness Gamblo and Florence Quicksall Morgan county to a conm etion passing ner To call ine dour and darn my socks town Malthsw McClure Good Â¬ through Hazel Green and Jampton with railroad and the bent methods to Kid C F Testerman of Morgan Sew my clothes of dua and dirt obtain them the Lexington Eastern railroad on buttons and iron my shirt wins Chapel John Osborne Ezol This effort on the part of said citizens J R Livingston vice president county was in town Friday on bu Â¬ T am iny fathers only son Loroy Haney Indox Annie and is not only progressive and patriotic but of the L Sz E railroad was then siness And I urn moro thantwenty one Willie Whoolor Mariba evidences the intelligent appreciation of for Harlan Dykes wifo presented And motheruplias dour enough see me introduced who mado a very in Â¬ Fixing me tho jjirls the to the great fact that no community can Kolloy Nickell E B Jonos H nope lyuc successful aim to enjoy tne teresting and instructive speech him with a nice little girl a fow So he crawled into soino fine new clothes Porkins and Edward Onoy IuiaO riien brought the matter to a close full fruits of civilization without a free giving in plain words tho prospect days since untrninmelcd and quick communication for a railroad through Wolfo coun Â¬ quit school in order to make a crop J L Buckhart and wifo wont to Miss Adda Nickell was the bride with the outside world Your section of ty to the Caney coal fields in Mor- Â¬ his fathers on Holly creek on a And a week ago the knot was tied on the farm These young men aro May thev realize their fondest hope the great state f Kentucky has been gan county and upon what terms earnest pupils and all regret that visit last week And their thread of life he like a rope particularly lacking in the enjoyment of it could and would be built At could such benefits Dr W S Maddox who we made Though the btream of life through trouble theytho close not remain in school runs till the conclusion of this speech ZT mention of last wook I am not aware whether they have as being ill May all their troubles bo little ones hitherto had tho opportunity to enjoy Hurst in a few vory appropriate is convalescing JJllUT The second division of the Utile them But I do know that such oppor- remarks impressed the people with Caiioy Cullings tunity is uow within their grasp and if the importance of at once taking Dulci 3ocioty gave thoir second on J K Roso got hurt with a log a they will meet me much less than half hold of Born to the Avifo of Marion tortainmont last Friday ovoning this enterprise with a de Â¬ few days ago and has not boon way they may secure their attainment Gevedon a boy able to work any since and those taking part acquitted In order that there shall be no misun termination and nerve toper severe R F Anderson bought a pair of Tho papei Success to The ITekaiI and its thomsolvos creditably derstanding on the part of the people in tho good work until success roadreflocted credit on those who most directly interested I have taken the crowned our efforts mules from Clay Rose also wagon numerous readers liberty of addressing them through the had it in chargo and altogether it A F Ryrd then offered a series and harness tho price paid being Sanford Wells and wifo aro vis- Â¬ was a success valuable medium of your always bright of resolutions which were unani- Â¬ iting his parents on Caney and interesting newspaper fellow citizens no doubt know of mously adopted re- sorry to hear of tho Wo Ave Your Miss Loulu Wells of Canov is Boarders in town with relates Resolved That we the citizens in mass death of Mrs Thomas Polfrey the ellorts I have made and the expenses but visiting her grandparents Caleb must bo gOAorned by tho samo I have incurred in the direction of pro- meeting assembled for ihe purpose of avo hope his loss is the gain forhor Wells and Avife rules and regulations that govern jecting a railroad from Walnut Grove to expressing our interest in measures to advance the public good pledge our of a home in heaven a connection with the Chesapeake Married on the 28th ult John uoarciors at uie Home Study hours Ohio railroad at Morchead but in all selves and our energies to the entcrpricc John Taulbee of Broathittcoun Wells of Canov to Miss Bello must be observed ovory night from probability they arc not aware of the proposed namely the construction of a ty and Miss Sarah Brunit of No visiting or Welch of West Liberty On tho 7 till 10 oclock circumstances leading to such effort and line of railway connecting the L E Johnson fork attending socials will bo allowed Avoro married Thurs Â¬ 1st inst railroad with the cannel coal fields of its failure which are as follows Elliott Stacey of Caney After unsolicited promises of material Morgan county Ky traversing our day of last week R F Anderson to Miss Mary J Hanoy of Canoy for at least a month county via Campton and Hazel Green to informs us that they had so many May they live long and prosper bridge bonds aid consisting of cash V H Roark A H and H B of railroad material free right said terminus donations good things for tho Avodding that Tho littlo son of Thomas Nick- - Adams of Falcon and J S Ad Â¬ Resolved That wc tender to the enter- they had to tako down both doors of wav etc etc by the people most directly benefitted by the Morchead prise free of cost the right of way of tho house and oxtond the tablo ells came very near losing his lifo ams of Lickburg wont homo to line f placed an engineering corps in which when secured we heartily solicit on tho 2d hist by fooling with a day nmrsday on a visit to And the field and after running out several the capitalists who nrnnnsn tn luiilrl nnrl gun which was accidentally dis Â¬ parents The first three willtheir re- Â¬ suggested lines discovered one that was operate said railway to place in the field charged the load ponetratiiig the turn Sunday while J S Adams Lano Locals a corps oi engineers to survey and report perfectly feasible ine expenditure ot the money involved together with the the practicability of said route which Success to Thk ITkrald and its thigh inflicting a very painful will spond a week or more whore we feel assured can be built as the cheap many readers Kenwound fact that 1 organized the Ohio Ned as no says he can talk to his tucky railroad was taken by these people est and most direct and will yield a satgirl Elder Dunegan has gono to tho From tho Jambs Noar Buntysvillo ns positive proof that the ItAILROAD isfactory dividend on the investment Resolved To the end of making said mouth of Red river to hold a meet- Â¬ WOULD BE BUILT ANYHOW J Frank Kash was a aiirht soer Somo twolvo or more young men They did nut seem to realize that the survey we ask our honorable county ing down in the Jambs Sunday and women of the school havo expenditures and other acts were abso- court to appropriate the sum of o0 a3 Harrison Banks little child diod necessary in order that I might limited at this term of said court to be lutely Wearo glad to note thafFnclo pledged thomsolvos to the teachers legally accept their promised assistance used and expended in making the survey a fow dayssinco Sam Hnvons is ablotobo out again officers patrons and pupils of tho After completing theso necessary pre- mentioned The nrotracted meetintr closed Eldor J T Pioratt preached to academy in writing to refrain Resolved That in addition to right of fc liminaries I was greatly surprised and Tuesday with about 50 conversions a good audience at Dayshoro Sun Â¬ OAormore from earrvinirnn nnsna thoroughly disgusted to find that not way as stated we are assured that dona while connected Avith the school any of this assistance was forthcoming tions can and will be secured from our Newton Polfrey has moved to day night upon ponalty of suspension from public spirited citizens to said enterprise Wm but on tho contrary I was met with an Hursts farm on Stillwater Millard BreAver avIioho illnoss school unfriendly spirit and an evident inten- of sufficient amounts as will or could be u Isaac Elkins has takeiPcharge of wo have inontionod before is much tion on the part of some of the citizens asked by any company commensurate to make as much money out of the con- with the wealth and capability of our the storo vacated by J WCongle improved Parents should arrange if at all f struction of the railroad as circumstan- cuizensnip wiucn win tie equal in ton and Avill move to it soon S Roso of Leo Citw visited hi possiblo for thoir children to re- Â¬ ces would permit Undersuch condition amounts to tho limit allowed by law in W S Gobo of Gillmore will grandfather Tamos R Roso of main in school tho entire session I withdrew and abandoned all idea of the creation of debts incutred by counOne session of ten months will bo ties which sums will bo donated by our commence a singing school hero Mize a few days since building the line to Morchead citizens without taxation find wn ran next Saturday with uu enrolment of far more benefit to them than jl niuu HJ IUKC lUtO UJJJJUl HlllltY HI Elder Mooro and others filled tho state very plainly to the citizens of Hazel didly believe that tho amounts will be of thirty scholars appointment of Elder Howurdat than coming to school eighty Aveekn Green Campton and Wolfo county and iiuici limn me mini inuauoneu Resolved As to our resources we corRev Dunegan held religious ser- Â¬ Long Branch Sunday Elder How Â¬ wy oiuuoaiuiu six or oignt weoics a all others who maybe interested in the year for oight or ton years They construction of u railroad over a route dially invite n scrupulous examination vices at Bloody crook Thursday and ard being absent seldom roalizo how much precioiiB most beneficial to them that so far as J of the same by the mover of said enter- Friday ten porsons being addod to J P Hanoy has closed a Avintor timo is wasted to their children by prise feeling confident that our natural am concerned and so far as the people Christian union by baptism school at Grassy Lick of which ho not keeping thorn in school for whom I represent are concerned never wealth presonts a field ricli to an extent The people of Holly crook pro was principal Ho goes to West longer poriods will the RAILROAD BE BUILT which is beyond the appreciation of the ANYHOW and I sincerely trust that capitalists who have in the past passed mourninir tho loss of John W Con- - Liborty to stud1 law Academite that foolish and misleading notion will us by gloton and family who moved to Lee R Hanoy has matriculated ya i not find lodgment in the minds of the On motion J C Lykins was uumpton tins week 8am Calls Them Dowa tv finer man people A railroad of a character under mado i 43 chairman of a committee on than Weed would be hard to find at tne iiazoi ureen academy Ho The Howard Adams controversy consideration can not and will not be intends going the remainder of the 9 constructed without the friendly sup correspondence together with A Ho has been selling goods hero for school and teach in tho fall Suc that has boen carried on through port and liberal aid in the shape of do- j- uyni u u Hanks ZT Hurst several years and has tho respect coss to you Leo Roy theso columns for sometime stands nations of cash htiildinir material and- S S Combs J X Vauirhn J T and confidonco of all who know about horse and horso and wo Elkbwataava free richt of wav on the -nart of the W n rivn T a TT a Atjaaaia iiiiii- him St J a Shanghai v havo extended equal courtosy to people most direct y benefitted Tulm M Jinan nan f UOLU Register Yonr Certificates It nils Iinvor linl OTiwrtf 4 Urx all necessary MORGAN COUNTY proper shape I will take tho matter up rmMVP ixm carrY characteristics of an argument j it JT JiThere aro in Kentucky at pros mako the proper surveys and if a feasi correspondence in relation to tho ent 2814 recistorod nlivsicinns and has simply boen a quarrel in which V-- -blo route bo demonstrated I will build said railroad and to sunorinrnnil Ezol Evolations puiHonautios wero tlio dominatingw2 tho railroad But tho people must do and direct the securing of tho right Bryant sold his farm to u fow others who aro practicing feature Wo wouldnt initwl nrinfr their sharo and doit in a business Iiko of way subscriptions donations D Joshua medicino illegally The law re Â¬ M Murphy last wook and it is manner and if they so do they will find quires all physicians to registor ing half a column once iu a whiipV mo willing to do much moro than my etc and to call mass meotings reported that Bryant isgoingwost thoir but when manuscript coined ia certificates Avith tho RAILROJDJEWS V s N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 a ft Â¬ - Â¬ nv fi -- - S - J nhare Self protection compels mo to state that until tho people aro organized and their representative aro in such shnpoas to legally proffer the assistance thoy are willing and nblo to give I can tako no declslvo steps in the matter I am will ing to meet such representatives and discus the matter with them ut any time In clcing I would ray that I am great- Â¬ county clerk and thoso who fail to do so aro linblo to punishmoufc by fine Another and perhaps moro inter Â¬ esting fact to thorn which is not gonernlly knovni is that thoy can regular appointment at this place not legally colluot u bill if their tho socond Sunday in March Sou cortificato is not properly regis Â¬ Tho man who procraHtiuates is vicofl at 11 a m and Saturday tered The courts have already m ill danger of ruin night before decidodWinchwtor Democrat Avhon deemed necessary by said committee and to recolvo reports frorr all other committees and to act for and on behalf of thopeoplo of Wolfo county in all mutters por taining to said railroad Joseph C Lvkivh Chn T F Carr attondod tho railroad meeting at Campton Monday so tho whistle of tho Carrs has been hoard iu Campton already Eldor J A Howard will fill his n littlo local panor sufliciont tatill l Mli4-STn mifirn Iodm VUUU oouu tw inu UACI1 1 n local papor is not dwig 5 wwl iiiuiiiuui ur ruiijuuif or quarruiN jnowh in i WV VWP or want Mem tmffiCkhinfr 1 nows wo must draw the tSP5 mm a y t mmtutkttm r uhwih one u iaiwwk 41 4-r ff i M w tcrtr t m 1 j- - T Editor Uf sz mu T jiUJJXllill w THE HERALD MFSMQIR COOPER NVrittcn for The Herald AUNT DETSVH TALX TO UNCLE TACK JV por thorenuiTho wtia olovntod To tho uuimnod position of foromnnf o said sheet at n nnlnry of G pijrt BY IK FICKIK Dont you t3 fcmembcVtUo plncc JncW Wlifcre tho little log cnliin Mooil Out on the hill nenr fathers house In a shady piece o wood Where the little brunch in summer Flowed down thu rooky hill And ou across the clover Ik Ids Till itntruck old Mminins mill i You know how we worked nnd saved To keep things clenn nnd neat We sold corn and hogs and chickens And had lots of tilings to eat Yes wo worked nnd saved our money Till wo bought a better farm And built nnd painted this big house That keeps us snug and warm Weve sent our boy Zeko to college To learn whater he can Thnt he may never toil nnd work like yon When he gets to be a man Yes Jack they must have learuin now To travel the rocky road of life For tho sunshine friend will nil desert When you meet thorns of toil and strife month After laboring with them for nwhilo ho became disgusted with crow congresses and corn Htiilk type and like tho Arab the d n cuss folded his tont and si- lently stole away and all tho corn- field sailors interested in tho sheet cussed mo out for speaking a Such is life word in his pruise in Iho for southwest I remained there six months Tho nan that I worked for Armstrong was killed last winter by Goodwin editor of tho Calamity paper Armstrong killing him at tho same time I supposo you saw an account of it His widow has written me several letters to come out there again and tako charge of tho paper but I want to visit old Kaintuck and expect to leavo here for homo on Juno 1 Moll I have written enough to mako you tired so I will make even or turn a rulo My regards to Mrs Coopor and to AVnddill Hoping you are well and enjoying lifo lam your Irish friend ClIAULKS OCOXXELL t CURES Cramps Morbus Colic Cholera DlarrHoaa Flux LIGHTNING HOT BREAKS UP A COLD oc I w DINGFELDER WITH IJJOuitonlrfoiifi WV Importers nnd Jobbers of AND s Cuts HEALS Bruises Scratches Burns DRY GOODS HOTiOiS KY r Nos 637 539 and 541 Nausoa Changes of Water Etc I Bites of Animals and Bugs Etc West Mnin StreetV LOUISVILLE Tasteo Good Smells Good W 4 121 W FYV1E VARNER CO HKPHB8KXTINCf cu Sold Ennrwmnz 25 and 50c Per Bottle w contains two and one uau timet a to Relief Uo Pay muti a 3s uuint SPRINOFIELD SANFORD 0 HERB MEDICINE CO wholesale dealers in y yy y s ysjrjsyssvssss tootwtwCOOww y jAyiys voaxo ss w and 123 Second Street PORTSMOUTH 0 Folks didnt use to know And nil were happier then For they took the Illble ns their guide And didnt worship sinful men Therll come a time when peoplell wish Theyd oftcner knelt to pray And nuked God to prepare their heart For the last great judmunt day so much NOT ELEGANT BUT LIVELY Ms V P S Excuse bad writing as I have acquired an editorial fist Soe sinco I saw vou TOBACCO have to stop using tobacco with YOU WHKS To Dili iil in ucu DONT TOP ITS INJURIOUS TO STOP SUD DENLY nnd dont be imposed upon by buying a remedy that requires you to do so m it is nothing more than a substitute In the sudden stoppage of i tobrceo you must have some stimu- N lant and in most all cases the effect of the stimulant be it opium mor phine or other opiates N leaves a fur worse habit N contracted Ak yourfs druggist about BACO S CURO It w pundy e vegetable You do not Â¬ The trade of Enstern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited WJ SE1TZ WITH W M KERR jomiFns IN T CO Hardware Agricultural Implements RONTON O MAUPIN WITH HD A Juicy Morsel from an Old Print in the Land of Flowers In tho fall of 1808 a son of Mr T A McFnrlnnd a prominont merchant of Live Oak Suttor county Cal was taken with a very Tho pains in his chest heavy cold were so sevoro that he had spasms and was threatened with pneumo Â¬ nia His fat hor gave him several Your svstem l iiii iiiiik uui int viiw i iiiiui iiiuviiic tin iiii7 uiijf Lrviii or smoke An iron clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco lirtbit in nil its forms or mono refunded Price 100 per box or 3 boxes j 30 davs treatment nnd guaranteed cure SJoO Fur sale bv all druiriists 3 or will be sent bv nnul upon receipt of price SENO SIX TWO CFNT P S Booklets nnd oroofs free STAMPS FOR SAMPLK HOX MTg Co Iu CrnsHO WU Kurnkit ChiMlilnil b Nl V K u- stop and votir desire for tobacco will cease BACO CURO Ir wni notify REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DKY GOODS NOTI ONS C c rOUTSMOUTH OHIO VICTOR BOGSGRT 2H iMnce oi i rr tflt iiir vt riui iMi I Lake City Flu Fob 28 95 COL SlEXCEU COOPEII HllZOl W- - Green Ky My Dear Friend It is soldom that tho letter writing mania seizes upon me ut this be Â¬ ing ono of my periods of tomporary insanity I havo selocted you as a victim and thought I would send H0 n greeting from tho frozen Land Iloatliou Moore Buys a Farm of Flowers to my old preceptor in the vino clad hills of old Kain The Bluo Grass Blade appears to BAKING tuck as Sam Kti9h would elo- Â¬ be raking in the coins for its wild quently romark and wooly editor and owner judg Â¬ MioUiome Ha no iupcrior Simte 10c As you no doubt accumulato oc Â¬ ing from the fact that he has just Jit timo AUcrto rkttluio casionally a paper containing the paid big cash money for anothor press dispatches I will not bur farm In the county clerks oflice don you with u long dissertation at Lexington last woek a deed was QiAKKnCtTV uakino Pnwpnu Is of all weve found the best Claims a place above tho rest Absolutely pure and wholesome Oinil on tho weather present pastor fu Â¬ tiled by John Vance conveying 02 f With tea iwnnios pot n snm plo Of your Grocer an- - y day ture and will pause only long acres of Favetto county land on If it Is not sat OniM Ho your pennies will re pay enough to remark in the inelegant tho Huffman Mill pike to Charlos 3 f Hon est trl nls nil suf- tl ctent Fntluro there will never bo P Omit I For kuccos will uv er fol low Those who use Q C language of a profano Cracker C Moore in consideration of m uDont it boat h 11 for Florida 4030 cash in hand tiff f k 0m ft-- m fifZSC am glad to Well old friend know that you are prospering and Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoko Your Lilo Addrtxs Quaker City It P Co Jtichmor Ind Away I can roadily seo by your neat and Tho truthful startling titlo of a newsy paper that you are and let tho only book about TM3G me indulge tho hope that the God Â¬ 9 harmloss guarantood tobacco habit dess of Fortune will ovor shower cure If you want to quit and cant hor choicest blessings upon you jgBH IfuTB JHkSl Bracos up nico long long timo uso It has boon a sinco L did tho devil act on tho tinized nerves eliminates nicotino Sentinol Domocrnt when you were poisons makos woak men gainÂ¬ tho royal highness that presided strongth weight and vigor PosiSold tive cure or money ovr its mechanical destinios But by all druggists refunded drug Â¬ Book at to me the timo soems short It seems as only yesterday that I gists or mailod free Address the cussod sworo and had my being Storling Romody Co Chicago of- Â¬ fice 45 Randolph stroot New York in that dingy printery I often think of those old days 10 Spruce stroot when tho Judge would accumu- Â¬ late a coffee jag nnd turn things CHEAP SIMPLE Do you remember topsy turvoy Physician and Surgeon to got the night that ho was trying RELIABLE HANDY HAZEL GREEN KY tho folding machine to run and ggySurgery nnd obatetric n specialty Insurnncc may cover actual loss of goods burned bu burnod his arm on a lamp chim- Â¬ will never forget it He rvlt J F LOCKE ART it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing ney I business grabbed a wronch assumed a the- Â¬ PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL atrical poso and with a G d JE SPENCER COOPER Hazel Greon Ky agent for Wolfe and d ix tho d n thing lot drive ESEL KY Morgan Comities FCnll nnd seo tbo Littlo Wonder with tho wrench at tho inoffensive No-To-Il1 1 IV nun iiiuiiit me uik largo doses of Chamberlains Cough L m i ole fci i tuio IIIMT rillin11 llllllll III lllillll lIKIlin Illllllllt which broke up tho cough Konndy I must jive up the ps nervous system became ntleeteil until my pliysieiiui told me and cured him Mr McFarland Iliii tt ntiflfin for tin time beiii sit lenst triml the lO eulled Keelev lure5 ia iiiiii ir IIUI nnd various other remedies but without Mireess until I nceidentLv says whenever his children have tS of vour Three weeks uio todiiv eommeuced croup hn invariably gives them S ii v learned iiiiimi iiihiifliieo InroeoiiMiier uivhcii rniiiiieieiv Ieuren fi iiiii hiiimiix le N t if MMiuy i Ii-i-miiii ireim liiMiltli mill til Iinrriliti milk ir Cough Remrdv and Inr tnlimnii uliiili uritrv i n v Chamberlains fitt ri iiintr implvfs v fullv appreciate has eompletelv left me I consider vour Ilaeo tiiro it alwavs cures them He consid V h HouMCK wonderful and can fullv recommend it lours very truly ers it the best cough remedy in the yy --yrrvTz tzzzjihsa 4SA SLiLfsA44ufs y market r or pale bvJohn MRoso O0O-0-- 0 LlIlKKA ClIKMICAI AND MKO CO La CltOhSK HIS jcaru oir i iiiivc Iueen u luoiieeo neon lor miiiiv veiir I c tt ri turos uMrAi St Pat s i i Minn i it HoiiNicK September Sunt 7 piaifac didh 17 Jewele r ISU i E Short Street ii i - I ll 1 1141 M LEXINGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Guaranteed D V i i k f 1 ooooe ssyhss 9 C000 MOORE C ITU CO BEN WILLIAMSON QUAKER CITY I POW Hardware Cutlery CATLETTSBURG KY Sole njjency for South Bend Plows c lg3SBEp5M C TO MERCHANTS KKlMtESEXTIXG ONLY Wit NUNLEY Mt Sterling Ky f 13 HARBISONGATHRIGT LOlISVIME KY Mm ufaeturers of KPLV TrCKYSlHINU Itiul AM OTIIKIt SADDLES lJ1otv Kruakand all kinds of Harness Tl Si w Itrim Stnil Collar The CronlfHt Thliin Out As well uh vTylhiiiBH horse wonrs nt f5f B No-to-b- ac 1 HMH BITS order No-to-b- ac iteiilFireMiiler me ready to start after spring Will reach yon in plenty of time However if you have any special time to buy write me at Mt Sterling My trade is bij I want it bigner liny from me and well both be happy Jtespeetfiillv W K I a in irettinj XlyLKY CHARLES UIIL WITH SAVE YOURHOUSE REED PEEBLES Co FROM WXMM Dry Goods ROBT WHOLESALE Notions 0 PORTSMOUTH W SMITH WITH -- Ganer Dry Goods Co Successors to Carter Bros Co SBSTTSS J Importers and Jobbers Zfo F of machino then went out to conduct The Judge was u prayor mooting a good jnan and meant well but he did play h 11 somo times Since I saw you last I have been around a good doul I have con Â¬ sumed a good many gallons of tho T C JOHNSON Camp ton It SWAK60 Hninl Greea 14V V JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- SWANGO W AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Will practice in the Wolfe county and cirCollections promptly mnde cuit court nnd abstracts of title furnished on short DEALER IN Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited Ml BVSBJT FSfcJffjJ k vKtt also but I havo FLO YD BYRD consumed my last thank God I Campton Ky havo had some queor advontures ATTORTsTEY-AT-LAsomo good times some hard times Ahstrrtcta of title Atrnished collec Huoh as fall to tho lot of tho ordi- Â¬ tions nindo nnd prompt returns cuurnntced nary tramp printer I havo had Connected with the law firm of v ood Day ML Sterling Ky in civil practice several narrow escapos as rogards HOWARD STAMPER running my head into the matri Â¬ Attohnky-at-La- w monial nooso but am still whole CAMPTON KY honrt also wholo as regards tho Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the husines entrusted rest of my anatomy and fancy adjoining counties Alluromju imniinm to our care wui receive Ono of my girls was mar Â¬ free ried at Robeline La Saturday FARM FOR SALE last and another will bo married in a month or so but I am not tho IolTor for sale my FARM situated Four This farm milca below llwel Green victim only irropros comprises 140 ncrcs of land in u good I notico that tho of cultivation modern dwelling iblo and gonial globe trotter Mr sUto 8 rooms halls closets etc good with Wfcddill is manipulating uducntod woll of water in yard good barn and on your paper I havo mot outbuildings fine joung orchard of ap 11m at various sUgoa of tho game pies peachw pears etc ftnd alwayi found him to bo a drat- - This is a good stand for tock drivers There is a uhipw The lant time l run m thera is plenty of gnu within tvto good tckaol and ckurck ami ttttttklm wu in GatwvilloTexR milM f MytwH Call en r nddrw lwnm mtel him to a lot of jayi wcHtTVllw which m wwy m MTTAUV wm trw rttaitt a vmumity pa A Elixir of Lifo notice A HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE John from M Rose Â¬ W Â¬ And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons McCoriuick Binders and Mowers Whitclcys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers BRepairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteley and HAZEL GREEN KY Is the only firm in the town which handles the justly celebrated A Boots and i Shoes I the wholesale house of 6 lachinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Champion Avow and Malta Double Shovel Plows 0 P Tracy Oo PORTSMOUTH OHIO SSfrWhen you want the UEST footwear give him a call no4ly The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Qaieensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES Tho Farmers Frioncl North Mysvillo Stroot Mt Sterling Ky ld PIINTIM vVliJ vvTWlWl1518 THE CATATOOUHS 4 tup 4wMii up with iHk niul paper AnythliiK tlmtcHH be tyi cll nt jteiw HERALD OFFICE u HAZKL OHKKX KT4 4 i TS Wii jy uii ip Jr J i Hi O i enough the sailors threw them great lumps of sea horse flesh and these the old bear divided between her cubs re Â¬ serving only a small portion for herself Then when all three were happily feeding the sailors fired killing the cubs almost instantly and severely wounding the dam It would have drawn tears of pity from any but this most unfeeling to have marked the af- Â¬ fectionate concern expressed b3 the poor beast in the last moments of her Though she was expiring young dreadfullj wounded she tore another lump of the sea horse flesh in pieces and laid it before them When she found they would not eat she laid her paws first on one and then the other and tried to raise them up all the while Finding at last moaning piteously that they were lifeless she raised her head toward the boat and uttered a growl of despair which the men re- Â¬ turned with another volley of bullets Then she fell between her cubs and died licking their wounds A position It is speedy in Its action Improvement Tho Old Man Was Somewhat Postoil on beginning as soon as tho first doso Is swal- Â¬ Iltiniuit future lowed And as certain as tho lawof gravitation Mornin boys said Old Jack who Noto tho high staudard of testimonials believed in judicious flattery and whose doings arc reported in Harpers In circular at drug stores and around Young People As he bpoke he laid bottles A DEVOTED MOTHER BEAR down his- - saw Feelin well 1 hope They are such as only tho highest order Yes Good Nothin like feelin well or merit could command voluntary offer- Â¬ She Sacrlllced Her Life to Save Her llelp to make a feller feel good You dont ings from tho cottage princely palaces leg Young Otiea During an exploring expedition in the look powerful strong though Tommy and offices of State Recording cures of cases moro gravo aud Arctic regions several years ago said an youre thin Whats that Youre wiry be ye complicated than over hertoforo success- Â¬ officer of the navy recently some of the men in our party used to spend consid- Â¬ I dont believe that You couldnt saw fully reached by medicine erable time in hunting the polar bears one o them sticks through You kin Satisfaction guaranteed Sample Free Sceins believin I joined a party of hunters one day but Ho Mothers fourth of children born Why ye km saw purty well Yer die within One first year ull tho your child by the pathetic sight I witnessed deterred Bavo tho keeping by ine from ever seeking that kind of sport strongcrn ye look I couldnt o done tho use Its stoumch und bowels henlthy the of Dr Fencers again We were in an open boat and that better myself He beats you on best child laxntlvo and Sennatorla corrective known had not gone far before we sighted a sawin I guess Hobby Kb He cant Dr Fanners Soothlncr SvruD big bear with two cubs lying on the ice Yes he kin I believe Heat yc all hol- Â¬ Youll saw two sticks Allays irritation and gives refreshing sleep not far distant When we drew near ler What SAWING WOOD HUMORING THE GREAT PETER How the Sovereign of WurtcmlMrg CarÂ¬ ried Oat Hlii Little Jake seems that the crar 4WK0 ha8 It ief mined on retaining Ms Incognito in traveling through Europe nbhoutuly declined to take up his quarters at thb royal palace at Stuttgart but insisted on going to an inn Having learned of this prior to his arrival says the New York Home Journal the Wurtemberg sovereign caused all the hotel and inn keepers to remove their signs Over the principal doorway of his palace ho had a huge sign hung out stating that within there was cheer for man and beast at cheap prices and that the name of the hotel was the Konigsbau On the zars carriage and retinue en Â¬ tering the city the postilions previous- Â¬ ly instructed by the Wurtcmburg off- Â¬ icials drove straight to the palace aud there standing at the main entrance was the sovereign fat burly and jovial arrayed in the traditional cos- Â¬ tume of a boniface with a white apron and cap etc while the various prin- Â¬ cesses princes nobles and dignitaries of his court were costumed as waiters and witresscs ostlers and other serv ants Peter the Great greatly amused by this witty and kindly manner of humoring his wishes entered thorough- Â¬ ly into the spirit of the joke which was kept up until the following day when he proceeded on his journey Noticing that the postilion mounted on the wheeler of his traveling carriage was a man of singularly unkempt ap Â¬ pearance his clothes ragged and cov ered with mud lie made a remark to one of his attendants that there was at least no mistake as to the soeial condi- Â¬ tion of that man and that there could be no danger of his being a nobleman in disguise And yet when at the end of the first stage the postilion came to the carriage door to receive his gratuity and raised the cap from hit head the czar to his astonishment recognized in him the heir to the Wurtemberg throne who had assumed this disguise for the purpose of speeding his fathers imperial guest Â¬ una tub rrrurm rvr Oeo4 Advice of mm4mmmmimmmmmmmm if I A ft di ttt Nin fxrucHM outof cveryVen with a cinder or any foreign substance in the eyo will instan Uy begin tojrub the eye with one hand while hunting for their handkerchief with the other They may and sometimes do remove the ofÂ¬ fending cinder but more frequently they rub until tho eye becomes in- Â¬ flamed bind a handkerchief around the head and go to bed This is all wrong The better way is not to rub the eye with the cinder in it at all but rub the other eye as vigorously as you like according to a writer in the Med Â¬ ical Summary who relates the follow- Â¬ ing experience - A few years since I was ridlngon the engine of a fast express The en- Â¬ gineer threw open the front window and I caught a cinder that gave me the most excruciating pain- I began to rub the eye with both hands Let your eye alone and rub the other eye this from the engineer I thought he was chaffing me and worked the harder I know you doctors think you know it all but if you will let that eye alone and rub the other one the cinder will be out in two minutes per Â¬ sisted the engineer I began to rub the other eye soon I felt the cinder down near the inner canthus and Let it made ready to take it out alone and keep at the well eye shouted the doctor pro tern 1 did so for a min Â¬ ute longer and looking in n small glass he gave me found the offender on my check Since then I have tried it many times and have advised many others and have never known it to fail in one instance unless it was as sharp as a piece of steel or something that cut into the ball and required an operation to remove it - Kerftl aa pf Cbtdct aclner Krcartm Old and Slow WW Supplanted by the New Methods tiAiiiKatiiL AWIU BKJIlt 1 m9999i9mmmmHimmmmmm9aHmmmmmmmmmm m -- SXKMk I Bad soda spoils good flour AAM - MMrAJfclw 4Ht 4IVHBfl n i Frwn Ikt Pnslilig EWir M E dwrck Dr MMFenncr Dtar Sir Whllo roalAtag In Tldiouto Pa Mm Merchant suffered for ororal years frum a severe cough ucccmp Bled with MIGHT UlC OUU UW WWW LWJ1W7 kSfcV mA bmclmg IMc SWEATS BILIOUSNESS Inipatred JVVrre and GeneralDtbttUy Nothing brought relict until sho began tho usoofyour Wood and Liver Kemedy and Nerve Tonic Four bottles restored hertoher mutil health Yours t If ykK no more than inferior Irate work Mr tkswtsssrssm nadeir oAm HkT a truly A J MEUCH ANT Dr Fcnnexs Blood and Liver Rcmedj and Nervo Tonic never falls It is a Pine Alteratlvo Nervo Tonle and Re Sarsaparilla-Mondrake-Princet never spoils the Idour always keeps soft Beware of imitation trade marks and latjels and insist on packages S hftiairfT than wrJtf rh i ARM AND HAMMER SODA Made only by CHURCH cioratlVo Compound Cures biliousness headaches constipation dyspepsia irritability sleeplessness Mtho blues swelled glands All blood impurities skin diseases scrofula aguo dizziness dull and achy tired stomach and bowel disorders blotches pimples moth syphilis Impairment of nerves offensivo breath It docs theso great cures because ii physics from tho blood liver and tissues ashes and debris all the impurities as it were Without weakening but all tho white strengthening Instead It causes tho Liver to throw off Its Bile It cleans out tho cntiro alimentary canal stomach and bowels alike ridding them of all effete offensivo and slimy mucus worms and other vermin Restoring sleep appotite flesh strength comfort freshness and bloom In a word Â¬ CO New York MaiaagltiaHtfltfltttttltMttDtOltV Wtffoiwiiir m wdUAn a xMSsyimm Writ for Am uU Kummt Bk Sold by grocers everywhere f vawM RmJ ftML BLACKSMITH AND WAGON HAZEL GREEN KY MAKER health Including self poiso to the nervous system and both sweetness of breath and dis- Â¬ Â¬ -- i THIS IS THE KIND OF WAGON I BUILD r WW0444MMW4f UrUjUlCljrJJj XtUlSlIOUlN WDEALER IN CALL AND GET PRICES i H WWW i trfNVITES the Ladies OteW0MIIB CAMPTON KENTUCKY I No sir One aint never two Goin to DrFenneraFAMiivSnltRheuinOlntment do tho other Well well Tommy Best for sklueruptlons Piles Sores Cutsetc M For sale hes goin to do the other whatever Day Hazel hv John Ky Hose und Mrs Lou tireen you goin to do Youll do two Dont brag Hobby Aint braggin Yell do three Waal go ahead dont let me interfere A Hers glad to see quiekern he sawed that Nonsuns Hokey ye went through that like lightnin but one stick aint two sticks Dr Fennors Worm worma from our child Syrup Ms8horIckElIda0 Drought IK nl Wolfe n ml the surrounding country to cnll nndseethcj hnmlsome line of SUMMER DKES3 GOODS lie him just received Including yt ZuS nil the fnftliiniinlile fabrics and Paris pattern mid prints beside nn endless lie variety ot Notions including nil of the latest style in Lues Kibboiis also curries a large line oi cueap tnetiiuni ami nigii grauc 21 cte L which he is helling nr lower prices thnn anybody Purclinse of him and save money boys spunky What the hull lot sawed Waal Im surprised That bein the case I think Ill go Indoors an rest Sawin allers did nirke me tirjd The old man walked into the house and Hobby and Tommy went home wondering if their friend hadnt put up a little game on them after all THE CONSCIENCE FUND rounded Early in This Century It Now Amounts to About GUTOOOO Going to Lexingion CALL ON Hu 165 F Tho Fred J Heintz GOODS and NOTIONS to Mail Orders lending house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING Alwurys havo Big Drives Special attention w 4P iuuLo 167 Race Street CINCINNATI O fIBIB Manufacturing Jeweler Custom House Square B SUCCESSFUL APPEAL with IutrlotlMu Young America Fired tho Iutcrnnl Heart The peculiar brightness of Itoston children is established anew by a story printed in the Journal It concerns a girl twelve years old whose father told her just before the Fourth of July that he could not afford to buy any fire- Â¬ works but that she and Willie would have to watch the other children The small brother seemed quite re- Â¬ signed to the inevitable and on the morning of the Fourth inarched across the street to see the other boys fire their torpedoes The little girl was not so easily satis- Â¬ fied At first she could not believe but that it was a joke and hunted all over the house for bundles which might suggest firecrackers At breakfast however when nothing was said about fireworks she became convinced that her father had really meant what he said and that she and illie were to have no firecrackers nor even a bundle of torpedoes All at once she covered money her face burst into tears and said Two Very Old Ladle O papa what do you aupixise Samuel is well lenown that women attain It Adams and Jcorge Washington and John Adams and John Hancock would an extraordinary age of toner than meu One of the most celebrated female cen Â¬ fay if thej were alive That was too much for the fond tenarians wa i Countesi Desmond who father who came home two hours livol one hundred and forty five yenrs afterward loaded down with firecrack- Â¬ and died in the reign of James I as This ex Â¬ ers torpedoes pinwheels Iloman cau Â¬ tho result of an accident traordinary woman was at the age of dles and what not one hundred years so nctiyCinnd lively JUDGMENTS that she used to take part in the dances with young people At the age of one Tint unexpected never happens twice hundred and forty five years she trav Tim nest century will take up wom Â¬ uled from lSristol to London no small ens wrongs undertaking In those days Even this Comparisons are odious except those Instance however Is surpassed by the in your favor case of a French woman named Murlu lb who lives in tho fear of death is Prion who died at St Colombo at the already half dead nge of one hundred and fifty year The Conscience Fund has figured in the statements of the treasury de Â¬ partment for over eighty years says F L Crisman in Lippincotts It was opened by the register of the treasury department in 1811 and appears in the general fund of the govornment under the head of miscellaneous receipts Like other assets of the treasury it can be used for any purpose that congress may deem proper Its origin was due to the faet that away back in the be Â¬ ginning x the present century some unknown person began to feel the sharp thrusts of conscience In some way he had defaulted the government and could find relief only by returning the money to the treasury This was the beginning of the account showing the receipts of moneys by the government from unknown persons Since then the fund has been accumulating in large and small sums until at the present time it aggregates nearly S270000 Hc mittances are received nearly every week During the prevalence of the hard times the receipts have fallen off considerably and sometimes a fort Â¬ night elapses before a communication is received showing that even a mans conscience can feel the effect of tight rmoLft iEA TRAOCHAKlt For koeplner tho System In a Healthy Condition CURES Headache CURES Constipation Acts on tho Liver and Kldnoys Purifies the Dlood Dispels Colds and Fevers Beautlfloa tho Complexion and la Pleasing and Rofroshln to the Taste sold or all DfWQOISTS AGS nlcelr illfctratrtl cltrlitypac Lincoln Story Book ulven to every purchaser of a pusbace of Lincoln Tea Price 25c Ask your drujrtfUtor Lincoln Tea Co Fort Warm t BEST nr Hi TV H IN THE WORLD ill M mTY I m s l n year nnl ucknowledcd to be the best local I luper publiHlied in Kentuckv Subscribe now and secure Alii Ail ull the good things it will contain this year L f 1 T I j iwv a JKF r r-- nrm name mkj i uask liicKory orovo j After trylnjf -Undue Vlsayti of every lenown remedy 1 removed a urpo liunch S of two yirs Ktandlnp from u 3 year old iilly Z with three appllcatlonu of z Juy-Kyc-S- QUIKNS OINTMENT do not Icwp ItaenU IS EDDY 23c suiupaor iltver i MM ItlKtbobextpreparatlonl havoevcrusedorhenrd S of 1 heartily recommend It to ull ilortemeu J MM1 Wetutve hundreds of xuch testimonials Price 8130 per battle Aakyourdroirelatforlt It ho us for trial box EVERYBODY Iill H ijKSSHk kabs 11 W CO Wbltcliall N X 621 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Solicits ordirn from merchnnts for tis nl stew fa TSr jS1 -- 9 Our vorn Prices within kkacii THE HERALD Tinware Stoves Ranges Stove pipe Elbows Mantels Grates Holloware Cutler ic Send for complete catalogue and price list iwnmiwiii I ill mill It TRIMBLE BROTHERS MT STERLING Womkv llu about tholr nges men HOUSE BOOK AND JOS PRi about their wellit work your It is impossible to count on what if Bring or sowl usjob job HAZEL GREEN KY you want a nice iurv or r Irl will do KY 4 r i j V v O WWWB o t- - qj fr- w- - ffflitr- - HIT iBfirt iTHE HERALD fUHJIH CMfM IMUr HAZEL GREEN THURSDAY S KY Mnreh 7 J805 U Tho mooting nt Campton on Monday whilo not iittundod by n many na had boon nnticipntod on account of tho miflorublo condition of tho roadH wan an ontluiHiflHlio gntlioring of Wolfo county oiti zonaiim adooidod huccosh in ho far u Allowing thowolcornoof ourpoo thuHO fl ir I t r f I V IM r IK v who two diHpoHod to j something like half their actual value lift uh out of tho rut h Judgo ixik prise Gourloy of Hoattyvilio who or VKI ganized tho company that built Ail Thoro is more catarrh in this sec- Â¬ m thOl miloroad from Ltimbor Point All the advantage of tho snle and openly tion of the oou n try than all other to Boattyvillo and who by tho defy any bouse to match these prices diseases put together and until the Lightning Hot Drops hnowA as much of tho bonofltA way last few years was supposed to be What a Funnv Namet incurable For a great many years of a railroad to a community aH Very True but It Kills All Pain doctors pronounced it a local dis any man porhapH in Kentucky Sold Everywhere Every Day ease and prescribed local remedies inAdo a Apcoch to tho fiHHuinblntl Without Rlief There Is No Pat and by constantly failing to cure 10 uo tf 7 00 multitude that wiih full of factH with local treatment pronounced 0 00 And uh many put it tho Judw it incurable Science has proven Death o Col J T Hazolrlgg r oo NOW GOING AT 11 fj catarrh to be a constitutional disthought a railroad brought richcH Jt is with sincere regret amlnor ease and therefore requires consti- Â¬ 1H 00 i j oo ir to ovory man Apropon of thin row that we announce tho death of tutional treatment Halls Ca- 14 T0 20 00 thought wo wifjh to remark paron- - Col John T Hozolrigg which took tarhh Cure manufactured by EJ 18 OOj 2o 00 thetically that wo think ho too place at his home in this city on Cheney y Co Toledo Ohio is the He only constitutional cure on the provided every man will work and Monday morning at H oclock fide had been sick only a couple of market The great-Â¬ It is taken internally in avail of the advantages offered weeks and while the sickness est took offered with a railroad Mr Livingston a serious turn which resulted in doses from 10 drops ton teaspoon come ful It acts directly on blood look vice president and general mana Â¬ pneumonia still all who stood be Â¬ and mucous surfacos of the tho system ger of the Lexington tfc Kaslorti side him little realized till the Had Thoy offer one hundred dollars for railway who was proMont by invi- - messenger nan come and all was any case it failH to cure Send for over that the Ad- tat ion of the editor of this paper devoted lovingone who had been a circulars and tcHtimoniais husband a faithful dross F J Ciiknhy it Co alHo made a speech that was so full and zealous father and a true and Toledo Ohio of good sense and sound argument loyal friend was no more Sold by druggists Much has already boon said in as to meet the hearty approval of Still Another for Illinois every man who heard it lie pic Â¬ regard to the piiHt life of Col Jla Clothiers Tailors zolrigg and we feel that it is nood Coki- COINTY Iir McIiikhsos tured in plain terms the prosperity loss to dwell upon a subject so well s COKNKIt MAIN AND LIMKSTONK IVh LM lHn Si KNcKii Cooi Kit that would accrue to our peoplu known Mir lOnclosod find 25 con is for with the advent of a railroad by His name lias been honored both which you will please send iiwTuk LEXBWGTON - - - A reason of shipments of tobacco professionally and Hocially JIkkald throo months lover of poetry he saw the beautitimbor coal poultry eggx MltS CMI IK OoAllTNKY ful in everything and good in eve- Â¬ olc and assured tho people that il rything Many of bis own original lay with them and them alone sayings and speeches will be long Lexington and Eastern Railway whether we are to have tho road remembered When quite a young U m i m man he began the study of law lie publicly pledged Dial bin rail TIME TABLE 1895 road would make mich re oh uh to and became in a short lime a suc cessful and prosperous practi- Â¬ enable our people to put their pro tioner I CIIAH SCOT IIVINUSTON ducts into any market as cheaply In about 1855 he removed from V P it lun Milliliter Juii Iaii A Knt aH the products of any part of the Hath county his birth place to Liberty whoro in a short BAST JiOUNlD world could be put there h West time he married Mins Josephine whole speech was full of food for No ft Phillips who with nine children No STATIONS ln ly ex thought and it is nafe to Hay that survives him Col Hazelrigg held NiiiMny Dully 4 ho strengthened the railroad cause during his life a number of ohices MAJESTIC JO it in afr lflllKtMI by making converts and lent en Â¬ and a few yours ago wuh defeated NVtliurliiinl 10 p in UUIruii Complete Montreo 001 u in 111 in couragement to those who were by a small number of votes for the Avon II VI ii in fti in lieutenant-governo- r M Wviindottu III it in as in lukewarm in the cause if nny nomination for JO h to ii iii of Kentucky The bounty of WincliOHtc r i io p ni thoro were Speeches wore also his character is best 27 S II III J 00 m portrayed in Kitlrll Fiuliln Indliui 7 r u iii 10 in mndo by Z T IIurHt oHqr J U his untiring devotion to his family riiijii M 7 ii in 10 7 T-- a in vi to Lykins esq and S H Combs mer Â¬ for he was novor happier than when III J v m Hlantoii II 7 a in U0i III Proceedings of the meet Â¬ he was surrounded by his children Uimtlyii chant 17 7 II u in - it in M 7 W it in 10 1H t m ing will bo found elsewhere and in and grandchildren and on one oc Â¬ Fllmin r 7 07 it in 10 17u in casion it is told of him some DiiikIou this connection wo wish to call at Â¬ friend was jesting with whilo in re- Â¬ Nntural llrltlf Of 7 01 it m 10 07 it in him M it in ir ii iii tention to tho letter from Mr Wal gard to the size of his family ho Tnrrmit J7 FiuciiRtle 0 I7 ii hi H 5H it in tO bridge president of the company remariccu mat wnen no nait a house lUiittyvIllu Jtitiutioii 0 LO it in R 10 it in Tlireu Forks City it in 00 it in which proposes to build this road large enough to hold every one of Athol 8J II 00 it in 7 11 n in II ftH it in 81 ft ft it in Now is tho time for every man to his children and every grandchild OaKdalo DO ft iu a in 0 10 it in ho would then bo happy and never lClkutawa M Jiiokxnn ft io n in 0 00 it in work and if thoy will all do so we till then is to can bo shipping produce over our The funeral took place front the WEST BOUND railroad within two years from Christian church conducted by two of mS2Jili BEioi H No il Kldors II D Clark W T Tibbs to day at tho utmost HTATIONS No 2 Dally ex sold M W Trimble aftor which is and Dullv Hiiudiiy JJJm MCSRJI good for Figures dont lie and facts are the remains were followed bv tho szrii2A 1 f J OO p in IaIiikIoii 2 goes to show stubborn things to combat Atthe momberH of the bar ofllcrs of the NoIIiciIivimI U6l pin ftO it in large of relIft p in 7 0 it in goods railroad mooting in ampton on court and afriends concourse to rentÂ¬ MontroMD rep- Â¬ Avon atives ami and laid 2 2 p in 7 28 it in to be And we pro- Â¬ Mondny Mr S S Com ha of that in beautiful Machpelah cemotery WviiiuliiUo j tr p iii 7 it in Wiiiolmntur 2 r2 p iii 8 Ift it in pose to sell place presented a few figure for to await he resurrection morn live Fiilrllt II Ift n til ii 0M p ill ft ift p III To the grief stricken wife and Indiitii Fields 0 ftO it in 1st 1895 So come tho consideration of tho people Ylrduii i p iii Having afjcortaiuod the amount of children we exlond our sympathy Clity City a ii p in r a in in thii dark hour Mt t M p in V2 10 pm soveral articles oonnunied in tho Sontinel Deiuoorat March Sterling MlltltOII UoHslyn t an p in 21 put rilNon 01 p iii 12 II p in county he showed what tho waving Ihludio IS p III Ift put How to Ouro RhouuiRtlHiu on each article would bo with a Nittiiritl MrldKU 4 o l in p in in Iff ji in Akaqo Coos County Oregon Torrtiit 00 pin s to railroad through our oounly On pin 2 10 p in It IKOII wish to inform IlllIMHtIt liuiulioii IM p in ItHattvvlllo 1 Oft p in flour wo would save 2000 on iov of tho Ti10y COOK vou Knwt giod ChaiubiM TlintH Forkit Mlv 7I ft OH p m It 2ft in sa ft ft p in Jmit 720 on coat oil 650 on lains Pain Halm has done my wifo A tho 12 p in becomes K ft Ml p in 10 p m nf U5 etc etc Slio has boon troublod with rhou Oakditlo bacon imported dBtil ft VI jt in Mlkntituit ft 0A Jt in A ful1 lino 01 00 ji in ft 20 p in But in doing this Mr Com Its did inatism of thu arms and hands for IllHiNOII not go far enough Mr Scott tho six mouths and has triad many Noh and 2 nrrtvo and ilopart from C t romodioa proscribed for that com- Â¬ IiiMontir Dopot Non ft and nrrivc traflio manager of tho L iv JO mil Freight depot at plaint but found uo relief until and depart from I witi1 reviewed tho figures and Hiiid alio usod this Tain Halm ono bot Â¬ Notliorlund loss freight should have boon put tle of vhioh has complotoly ounul THK IllSHALI on Tlioruforo tho saving would hur 1 talto pluasuro in reoom b muoh moro than Mr Combs w monding it for that troublo Yours truly 0 A Huliokd 50 oont and B0QKANDJ0BPRINTIN6H0USE tlniHteH On thin hhiuo lino of M botlloii for 8ttlo by John M argument vo rioo to ronmrk tlmt Homo HAZEL QUKKN KY n plo to P -- trViif inV y6fsrpnilJ84jr0 m freight from Torrent hfverory cent of which would bcrfmvekl to tho conHitmor had wo a railroad connection with tho Loxington Eastorn nA freight to our town would bo no higlior than to Torrent TIiih i illiiHtrntwl by tho fact that Jackson payn no moro freight than Torrent though tho diHtanco ih 02 milofl groator Mr Combs oti mato puts tho Having per yoar on tho fow nrticlofl ho names at 5 005 which at 10 yoarA givo us 5006000 In briof wo would bo 60050 richer with tho and of each decade to Bay nothing of increase yoni by yoar and yot sugar cofToo hardwaro and many other hoavy articloA aro not enumerated in tho estimate Any school boy who know a tho multiplication table can roalize thoHo facta and yot we occasionally hoar of some ono who in not willing to aid the railroad A Hsw Rillri4 The citizens of Wolfo mid Mor Â¬ tho gan counties oro ngititin question of building a railroad from tho Lykins cannolcoal Holds at tho head of Canoy crook in Mor- Â¬ gan county through JIazel Groon and Campton to some point on tho L it E railroad Jurist Gourloy proposition from has received a thoflo having tho ontorpriso in charge to run the same from tho mouth of Walkers crook in this county to tho point referred to Si provided our citizens would sub- jijlj scribe 6000 to tho onterpriflo Tho mattor is in tho hands of east orn capital his and the construc- Â¬ tion of tho road to tho mouth of Walkers crook would be a groat thing for Boattyvillo With tho completion of tho H N I ifc B B- this proposed road would givo us fij threo linoH and Boattyvillo would be practically tho terminus of oach Sf We trust some of our enterprising fii citizens will furnish the required fill Boattyvillo Enter- Â¬ subscription Â¬ fcltMmMMMmnirrirffi nnrnninMiiiiii imvj f Jffl A WJEAL i An extra good opportunity occurred by which we were enabled to fill up our partially exhausted stock at a very low price 3 B jB V3 J WE HAVE Closed out the entire product of the im- L S FECH- mense clothing firm of M IS 3 1 HHJMKll son CO Cincinnati and the aoa- - ft being over for them the price was W 5 a i WE SURRENDER Â¬ SUITS AND OVERCOATS Â¬ WORTH Jy Actual bona ever and values in Lexington Just G STRAUS and Furnishers f - Â¬ Â¬ wswv a TTTir I Â¬ Â¬ 1 jVHIJCblib 1 I pltCl Ranges Cmenli t ii 1 Race feifeifri D 1 I H i H i Our reputation for handling only I I 1 I i i I i I I 1 1 I i J I IS H I I 12 11 r -M 1 1 superior all others Twenty these Ranges m ten days pretty work these times and are what theythat the are resented Seventy bv January now and strictlyfirstclass goods is proof positive that TMMMiSUmfllP t 1 M I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 I 1 U rol IC buy one and thoy are tlle Sreatest of C0kine a Pleasure SSfl hl stck times at pnees within the reach of any at all description of itafcJLe0w0Kany address BUY A MAJESTIC BE HAPPY fe yUr JteWxa W W REED io MT STERLING KY P arwJfJMMfc 1 rf - yx 7TtSSL i 4 4J V 0 - Si mmm0Slm t M - THE HERALD We are authorized t nnnounce Jonv Montgomery countv as 0 Wood of the office of Railroad Com nÂ¬ candidate for missioner In this the Third district sub ject to the action of the JUpublican party Â¬ Armfc ftr Xirfar Ross was arrested hero on Tuosday on tho chnrgo of murder in South Carolina a few yoarssinco and ta kon to Campion jail by ShorifT Wilson and Doputy ShorifT Combs Tho accused came to this plnco something like 10 months ago with Toots Hros circus and subspquont ly ongagod with John H Pioratt for whom ho worked quito awliilo Sinco his arrival horo he has con Â¬ ducted himsolf in a moit gontle niiinly way and his doportmont and politeness during the time ev- Â¬ idenced the fact that he had at some time soon better days In Â¬ deed his walks during that timo wero such as to call forth tho com- Â¬ mendation of tho community for his uniform courtesy and thoro are some who hnd formed quite an attachment for him who would bo glad to loarn that tho alleged charges against him are without This however can foundation hardly be hoped for as he is said to have admitted the nijht boforo his arrest that ho did kill a man Whether he will bo taken to South Jamos McAllister alias Jamos VO llAttlWAD COKMIHHIONKR ENGLISH KITCHEIVS It W SHORT STUXKT LlXiHGTOJI ICY 10 a m to 8 p m - - - - - rTT - - - - - - Regular Meals 25 conts Moala to ordor at all hours supper from o to U p ni Brkfit from S to a in vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CITS XriJXfMJ lamrtis Pact Dianw trami Hon D S Godsoy loft Tuosday for Winchester on business Wo nro pleased to noto tho fact that Miss Ida Rose who has boon ill for several days is ablo to attond school again An infant child of John Davis diod Saturday ovoninp and wiib buried Sunday Mrs Davis ih still Wwimw 1 i k quite ill Thoro will bo a callod mooting A M on of Mizpub lodge F tho Saturday night boforo rogular mooting night at 0 oclock Eldor J A Howard writing from Soldier Cartor county undordato Have of March 5 1895 says had 180 additioiiH to unity 41 by baptism Havo you cvor noticed how your system seems to crave special as sistance in tho spring Just tho Â¬ About Hoods Sarsaparilla it ex- Â¬ pels bad humor and creates good humor A battle for blood is what Hoods Sarsaparilla vigorously fights and it is always victorious in oxpelling foul taints and giving tho vital fluid tho quality and quantity of perfect hoalth It euros scrofula salt rheum boils and other blood diseases Hoods Pills acts easily yet promptly and efficiently on the 25c bowols and livor W T Col y in of West Liberty was ongagod in pleading a suit horo last Sunday nnd the jury rendered a vordict in accordance with his fTh5i HAZEL JPT NEXT S tonography Matriculation Hoard GREEN ACADEMY T SESSION OF 1804 95 TERM BEOIkTmONDAY DECEMBER 31 Studios in all dopartmonta of school work carriod on and Typo writing Expknsbs Kon Twenty Wkkks 1 also 00 Tuition Stenography and Typewriting four week One hulf pnyublo in advance Deduction Tor sickness protracted two weeks or more not counted WmlilnR Music per lesson 40 00 10 00 4 00 G 35 00 i - J r pleadings without retiring from Carolina on requisition papers or tho court room Tho general opin- Â¬ not we cannot now say At the ion is that the vordict was a just time of his arrost ho was working one for Dave Hose and only for tho Salostnen Wnntod roquired is given by Hoods persuasivo powers of that giiit le- holp food wages to soil our nursery irnf hold of lli4 IHhIoLs Sarsaparilla Minn who B stock Apply for terms Wo will he prodably Vould have diod with Tho avorngo price of butter and his boots on or caused some of havo for spring and fall 1805 an With a railroad those trying to arrest him to bite immense stock of apple poar ogga is 10 cents 25 cents would be tho ruling price the dust as ho had sworn to die poach plum apricot cherry grapo etc Also small fruits shade and Would a railroad help our people rather than submit to arrest ornamontal trees roses etc Wo tho dutchmans 1 per Figuring at make a specialty of wholesaling cont it looks that way Somo Foot to largo plantors direct We will Mrs Charley Sample of Lacy Charloy Sample of Lacy creek sell to responsible parties and tako crook has our thanks for a couple this week presented Tiik IIkuaio note payable in 0 12 and 18 of oxtra fine largo whito swoot po oflico a pair of lasts which wero months Writo us for wholosalo tatoos vhiehlookasif they might made for Jlarvev Parks a boy w prices Address A family named have been dug from the ground but years of ago SOUTIIKKN NUUSKKY Co yostorday so fresh and firm are Parks which afterwards moved to Winchester Tonn they Arkansas lived in the house that Roliflious Servlcos occupies and Dick Eastcrling living on t lie Mr Sample now jMktiiodist Ciiijhch took At latter lands of Oscar Coeil noar town when tho of tho gontlonian which Prayer tiik mooting Thursday night at property had a grubbing and log rolling on possession ISSl 7 oclock Sunday school at 10 a in lie bought in November Tuosdny and on Wednesday the these hints wore there and he was every Sunday neighbors of James Jlyrd living on informed that they were made for At thk Cihustian CiiiTitcu tho lands of Sobron Walters at Â¬ Harvey Parks as above Tho tended a grubbing and chopping They meosuro 15 inches in stated Sorvicos at 11 am Subject longth Bible View of Sanctification All lion Ponev D Dull of Henderson mid in the clear instep 10J inches porsons aro invited to attend a fid Miss Anna Fni7ce of Maynville married from heel to instep 1T inchos bring their Biblos Prayer moot Â¬ In that city last week Carlisle Pjtm around ball of loot 10j inchos ing Wednesday night at 7 oclock Many of our Hazel Groen eiti As Harvoy was then but a youth Sunday school at 080 a m zons will remember Miss Frazee as at the growing age the presumpa visitor at Swung spring during tion is that now ho can boast of a Tn another column appoarsa let- Â¬ last summer Tho peg marks ter from Florida written byChai is a foot foot as in the solo of tho lasts show plainly OConnoll who several years ago The Winchester Democrat com- Â¬ their practical uses and several played tho devil act for tho edi Â¬ menting upon our efforts for a rail- Â¬ cowhides may have boon sUretched tor of this paper while working in Tub Haki Ghkkv over them ore Harvey sought the Mt Sterling Charloy is true blue road says ItaiiAM has the right view of rail- Â¬ hilN of Arkansas where doubtless and bin letter will bo road with in Â¬ roads and is moving heaven and ho hoped to find leather cheaper terest by those who have the pleas Â¬ earth to get tho branch road from Wasnt he a dudo though to use ure of his acquaintance E tho L a special last Finery Jamos and son will sell Miss Mattio Qicksall has accept on tho Mthinstat public auction Epworth Loagno position to do an oxtonsive ed a on tho Willie Swango place initios Kivors Chapter Epworth League horse lot of copying at Campton and milk cows steers hogs hi company with Rev Mr West was organized at tho Methodist corn bacon and lard farming im- Â¬ left Monday to commonce work church in this placo on Sunday plements housohold and kitchon Hone sho may havo a pleasant as eveniig last by Kov Mr West Â¬ furnituro etc Sale will begin Follow- promptly at 10 oclock with a membership of 28 well as profitable sojourn Jolly President R John Pioratt will do tho crying ing are the ollicors Judge Swango register of the Brooks 1st vice president Ilar land oflico and the leading candi Â¬ inun Swango 2d vice president date for ronomination for tho same Mrs F N Day ftd vice presidont Jones secretary Miss Laura placo onnio up from Frankfort to A treasurer Miss Flor- Â¬ tho railroad mooting Mon Â¬ Rawlings attond day at Campton which demon Â¬ ence Quioksall Tho organization strates that he is still intorestod is non sectarian and its object is in our matorinl wolfaro the promotion of christian piety relievo tho Institute and to do all Tho following wore olocted offi Â¬ in their powor to the honor nnd cers of tho Y P S CE last Sun- Â¬ glory of God Cot ago meetings C K Fronch president every Tuesday night day The next Miss Cora MoGuiro vice president mooting will bo held at the resi- Â¬ Ingles recording secre dence of Dr John A Taulbeo noxt Miss tary W L Hammond corres Tuesday night at 7 oclock L 10 Kan Sonding socretary Miss of the ju- Â¬ superintendent Capt Tom Honry niors Tho prayer mooting will bo Tho Mt Sterling Advocate is hold each Sunday nt 0110 p m authority for tho statemont that I A wagoner was hoard to romark Capt Tom Henry will soon locate Monday that ho was opposod to in that city to practice law form- Â¬ Eight Years of Suffering tho railroad because it would in ing a partnership with his nephew lorfuro with his business where John M IOlliott for that purpose Porfoct Curo by Hoods Sarsaparilla upon Jloono Hanks of Campion Wo regret t hear that tho genial C I Hood Co Lowell Mass J Homo siekticfa u n loss pormittod by the JtWAll pupils from adistanco must board at tho Homo Kxperienco has proven pils must be under the direct caro of tho teachers and thov cannot bo if pormittod to board in privato familios tives Principal to board with noar that to got tho best results rela- Â¬ pu- Â¬ 4Peao5gsc zl Waff Hs C01lll PlllXOlpaln -- Tr cJj VAVAitPB MWrMkM Largest Stock Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices iTlSiii MOFFMAJSPS iMJmjm FIRE Y fSifSS PAID LOSSES LIFE i liGtte ACCIDENT Sfvf Â¬ vyf bTlip Safest T3cst unci MOST 11ELIABLE Agency in Eastern Kentucky Hates lleasonable 1 Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky 28000000 27600000 IVl rs F N DAY is Â¬ just now in rocoipt of a full lino of Fall and Winter Hats Dress Goods Dress Trimmings Notions Etc Etc Trimmed Hats from fi WW 100 up I Â¬ Practical Jeweler and Silversmith HAZEL Si J M HAVENS GKREEN KY m iLJiS Ivy Poisoning mo m Vil wMj jniAAONDSVATCHES j M lomnrlcod that if thoy would build Tom will go from among us but tho railroad he would give oin his wish him well in his now field of team Any wagoner could mako labor and hope ho may there find enough during tho building of the as good frionds and in as great railroad to afford fo give away his number as he now has in the angi team and have bin turnings in grnss and nitwit froa section Wo Ihiyo trluil Hoods 8ftrsnpv rllla nnd find It to bo nil you claim for It My wife was jiolsonod ly ivy wlien ft yoiinjf woman nnd or eight yours wan troubjed every season Pear Sirs Si 05 rllKwBJa fi Vri JILvwrjtiS 4mti Wili mwvyxr hard cash 5 Tho opportunity is now extended to ua to have our county developed and hor oitizenn placed in the line of prosporitv Let us at once lay hold of this opportunity with a grasp that knows no loosenint un til ovory ofYort has been made and orownod with success and a rail- Â¬ road oomnloted from tho Lexing Â¬ ton Knstorn railroad across Wolfe county through Campton nnd Hazel Green to Walnut Grove in Morgan county Accldout Insurance hud cident insurance can havo a policy las No Sign Since written bv application to this of Hho Is well nnd of tho Poison taken Moorti hearty I havo litivmir riHivnd his ii iiii Barsaparllln after tliutfrlp with koo1 results and as agent tor the Liu tod liavu also Klvon iV our four children Wo art liconso ow nil pictures or perfect health nnd owo It to States mutual association of Â¬ Hftrsnparllla J C Kjikkmav Ynn York As to whether accident insu HoodsIllinois dalln decide to tako Hoods N II U rance is agood thing to have about rlllft do not youInduced to bvy miy other Harsnpa Instead bo by apnlica the house can bo provon Hoods Pills re nd wJe ul refect to this offleu or to Dr JToln A U Any of our friends in this or Â¬ Morgan countv who may desire ac with tho brcnkliiK out nnd tcrrlblo Itching nnd burning I thought hers was ns bad n case ns nnyono over had Bho wai in thli dhtrosilnir condition every year until eho began to tako Hoods 8arsivarllla which has effected n per fect cure without leaving any sours and iho HoodVa Cures m Win Â¬ Merchants Job Lot House WHOLESALE ONLY ym mMiftfc 137 and 139 Raoe Street Cincinnati Ohio Big Drives in CLOTHING SHOES Send for our Prict SATS Lilt ETC vrh ft TnulbYjoorJohnH Pioratt -- wWiNplN TSfMprr jHt-g-- TW mrS - Kr TT u S3MSSaMSS0GKi nn B j y rssssxvwJBSCyfiJJSKlfciiiBBSvAMfcA Tie LafiBst Clearance Sale Eer Sfti WHHHWMMWMOMMMMHMMMHMIHmWWWmWiWWWWWWmWWWW lira i Fin fl Free Circus Everg Day 1 Winter Clottiiiig ALMOST n It Your Own Price Mffl re THEY MUST CO AT COST AND LESS THAN COST W WM Brihw Haw fite Sfeaey Sim tte CMfe ItaiJwe v aa ly feat Mitog te IW Steay MENS SUITS MENS UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT 13 fiO Our Our Our Our Qur 2500 2000 1000 1200 1000 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits go go go go go for for for 12 00 8 SO 7 f0 for for OVERCOATS 5 00 Our 2000 Our 1500 Overcoats co for Our 1200 Overcoats go for Our 1000 Overcoats go for Our 800 Overcoats go for Our 500 Overcoats go for OvercnntH go for 12 fiO JO 00 7 50 50 5 50 2 75 15 MENS ALL WOOL PANTS Our 050 All Wool Ponts Our 500 All Wool Pants Our J00 All Wool Pants Our 500 All Wool Pants Sweet Orr Corduroy Pants best grade at -- 00 50 2 75 2 00 J 00 MENS HAT DEPARTMENT Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our 4 00 500 Stetson Hats co at Ktctson Hats go at H50 Fur Hats go at K00 Fur Hats go at 3 50 75 250 Underwear for 150 Underwear for 100 Underwear for 75 Underwear for 12Jc worth 1000 Mens Fine Handkerchiefs 45c worth 50 Dozen Mens Unlnundried Shirts 5 Dozen P K Mens Fine Shirts cost us 75c go at 50 Dozen Fine Neckwear at 25 Dozen Fine 75c Neckwear at BOYS AND CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Hoys Suits Sold for 1850 goat Hovs Suits Sold for 1000 goat Hoys Suits Sold for 500 go at Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 650 go at Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 500 go at Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 400 go at Childrens Knee Suits Sold at U00 go at Childrens Knee Suits Sold at 150 go at BOYS AND CHILDRENS OVERCOATS 700 Hoys Overcoats at 000 Hoys Overcoats at 5 00 Hoys 1 1 35 00 75 49 25 75 55 25 15 is en Z3S tirely too largo for this time of yenr therefore I will cut prices right and loft Buy your goods now if you want to save 50 cents on every dollar you invest It will pay you to lay them aside until next winter if you dont need them now Clothing STOCK 5jf YFurnishings of Hats c JJwA Gents 7 50 0 50 4 00 4 THE GOODS MUST CO prices no object 00000 worth of 25 3 75 3 50 1 I have bought CLOTHING 15 25 75 4 HE SPff Gents ancl 50 3 50 2 50 2 00 Furmsmi Goods a00 2 25 Stiff lints go at 250 RtifTHats go at 200 Stiff lints go at 200 250 1 1 75 15 -- MENS SHOE DEPARTMENT 500 400 300 200 m Mo i m y- - iib f fr villo Floyd Thomas Y Fitzpatrick Prostonsburg Johnson J C CMayo Paints Mrs M C Taylor a dross-makof Guthrie 0 T on Friday who waH appointed chairman of the Tonth congressional district by the blow out the brains of Win II immigration committee has ap Â¬ Harrison with a shot gun The pointed the following county chair Â¬ man had boon dogging her foot Â¬ steps for days to secure evidence men Breathitt John GofY Jackson in the intorest of hor husband who Clark John E Garnor Win Â¬ was suing for a divorce and finally ontered her rcom That was more chester than sho could stand and she let Estill V P Smith Irvine Elliott J W Hannah Sandy him havo it where the poultry got 1 look the pike er Appointments by Jndgo Hill Judge O B Hill of Boattyville mfrW4ofr BLOOIVEFIKLD VICTOR gagssaeera Next Door to Clark County National Bank Blow Out His Mens Shoes at Mens Shoes at Mens Shoes at Mens Shoes at 3 50 2 75 2 00 1 25 250 Uojs Overcoats at TRUNK AND VALISE DEPARTMENT Otir 1000 Trunk for Our 750 Trunk for Our 550 Trunk for Our 400 Trunk for Our 300 Trunk for Our 250 Trunk for Our J150 Valise for Our UOO Valise for Our 200 Valise for Overcoats at 0 50 5 50 4 00 00 2 00 1 75 2 25 2 00 1 00 and wont have the room Will carry next season the finest goods ever brought to this city Prices will be lower than those of any liouse in the state We bought them for the cash Come Early and Get First Choice Hodgkin SALESMEN Charley Quisenberry T G Joe Bloomtield Doors Open from 730 A M to 830 P M VHEN YOU WANT A WATCH 9 at Brains FOR SALE TOlt AVOltK TO THK HK BKINO YOUKCH If you want Rooil work riMiMinablo riMs rri In order to meet dobts doctors fees otc accumulated through tho roll Jewelry lino let mo know Or anything in tho Liberty P IT Grear Ilindman Morgan W W McGuiro Wost Knott Magofiin D B Gardnor Sal yersvillo Monefoc ri burg Montgomery J G Trimble Mt Storling Martin J D Kirk Inoz Leo G W Cann Boattyvillo Pike S J Salyer Pikevillo Powoll J W Lilly Clay City Wolfo Sponcor Cooper Hazel Groen J Williams French John M Rose dosires us to pub- Â¬ lish the following extract from a letter of Charles M Gutfiold of Reedloy Frosno county Cal as ho handlos tho remody roforrod to and wants his customers to know what u splendid medicine it is It is with ploasure I toll you that by ono romody I was reliovod of a sovero My head was completely cold stopped up and I could not sleep at night 1 can recommend this A cold nearly always romody in the head and afteivards starts oxtonds to tho throat and lungs JJv using this remedy frooh as soon as tho cold has been contracted it will euro tho cold at oncoand pro vont it from oxtonding to the lungs Basluess Failure Morris Cohen a loading dry days uso of Chamberlains Cough illness of my sistor Lula M Cock I ofYor for salo ono UNGORPORATEDJ at homo whero you HOUSE LOT and GARDEN can uso it At Ezol Ky at a bargain It has Rospoctfully boon nowly papered and painted Bf iwuiu in u swiu jiuusu in uuiiiui ui ADP j coop vTOr T yard Morally tliero is no hotter town Dont Stop Tobacco TI IE JEWELER KZKL Morgan County Ky in Eastern Kontucky than Ezol Tho tobacco habit grows on a Good school church etc This man until his nervous system is property is tho most convoniontly seriously affected impairing com- Â¬ fort health and hanniness To located in town Apply to Mas John M Kick quit suddenly is too sovero a shock Frankfort Ky IF SO WEAK ONLY to tho system as tobacco to an Care of Auditors office a stimu invoterate user becomes lant that his Hvstom continually THE LION BRAND Baco Ouro is a scientific craves MANUFACTURKD BY euro for tho tobacco habit in all its HAIR or forms carefully compounded after 0 KENTUCKY JEANS CLOTHING CO THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH tho formula of an eminent Berlin LOUISVILLE KY lOmnrclrtl with the State A r nin physician who has used it in his fl35Whon in Mt Storling and fMTEvory air warranted llicov privato practico sinco 1872 without you nood anything of tho kind ti0rnl Kndowiiteiit IrHldcnt rnor of Coiiiiuonwcaltli f ili Htatc Collvge uU the sVAr tnrr an a failure purely vogotablo and call on Trrnmircr of w Security TruMnnd Safety Vjiilt ro nIkiiIiik Its niplomns guaranteed perfectly harmless Ti wV You can uso all the tobacco you VVrllM aKKrKi udr1 o Vx ilVJKiiiirSrorc annum leading nrOSJ WBl BmjV want while taking Baco Curo it of tlio w proprietor of tho lre s ami jintroiiH bJlJnM meli nrtual nractlcul will notify you when to stop We give uwrittoti guaranteo to perma Â¬ BARBER SHOP liUIST AVI 1IKJIII1ST AUAlMIM All nently euro any case with threo Kit til 7ffnvKvl11n u Qlrnnf itt1r lalnad j 1IJ HlmirlUV0 e nl rnnllonl 5IIU wViiiir i4fnl boxos or refund tho money with 10 Groun Clay CImsiihiiU Try Hhn- rr Hut cpllt c1 awarded vpara sytcm of TO- Head per cent intorest Baco Curo is of KimliitM iKparliiifnt in IoHiBO iirnctlcal not a substitute but a scientific Hqirb Steaui 11 KIIIAN IVIOSITHN to Aim rlrun Km IF YOU I cure that cures without the aid of want to lenrn yii-tuBhi m y with no inconve- Â¬ will power and to llli IimuI or our Hhnrtliuncl 1m rtmont urn ox- MT STi ItUNO KY Tt leaves tJie system as nience TELEGRAPHY l I1 Siiirluliilcitt ornkii r Cnllnrs- Puflj r i puro and free from nicotine as tho llrd lotImi that you wish to Imve hum- - oMVS practlra uaihtl1 etice from Xlplt niul become iur day when you took your hrst enow o tlried in n sunorinr miitnuirP n competent irsri Trunk rndnruui hv or smoke Sold by all druggists IA KN Agent llnzel Cireen Ky TFI PTP flDU S with our iron clad guarantee at t h Oily ftlmkTOil1 rKl roinlViK 182 5 510 days i 100 per box threo boxes 250 or sent direct OPERATOR treatment fur- Â¬ nish you goods worth tlio money and YOU Will haVO G UAH ANTKE it I will The Lexington Business College wi fmiJB mm DoYouWearPaals SHAVE CUT SHAMPOO O i 3EjRIII Lain - W 11 Tf v- - - i I 5 - lnV cent stamps for sample box book lot and proofs froe Euroka Chemical Sr- Manufacturing Com Â¬ pany manufacturingchomists La Crosso Wisconsin 2 - upon rocoipt of price Send six jiv Xtti rue 33r feaF3 - -- X tY rr Tv t f iK L J - LEXINGTON KY Xew Tall mill l s mm Jo uVrisflvur -- y XtC TUDOK AMOS DAVIS WK8T MIIIUITY KY with Dead e i goods morohant of Hopkinsvillo Pharlea I Shepard city asses Â¬ niftdo an assignment on tho sor of Maysvillo Ky diod on tho MANUFACTURERS -- OLOTHIHG Ky AC wv mw no n oat Anwt 0un 8rd hut to Jtmios Hayes of that night of tlio SUd insL 1 uiuia AioIIq The trmlo of Kentucky meroliaitta Olty A8WII H11U JiHumuuw uihii Rend Thk Hkkalo end bo happy Kcd and wtUffictioB mranttetl i lirt Urge Bettman BlOOm CO1 1 Hats and Bcmnoto Jnot Roceived 1rlcas lrklK0 mi I 1 KliT wiAL r i Mw llliiiUvii Iwcr lJt Mtim of liMnic Hanu Than Ever vi you tlm ftt niii Mis MACCIE GILLUM No 49 North Broidway i Vn IiEIINQT0N EY coiiVwiiiP1 MUTn j -- uu ukf lu nimplcie a U - OAMlOUj tMliigtonKy Irlncliml SWHTKUS OAPT CHA8 KINQ U S A Copyright 1893 by the J H Lippiucott Co Y CHAITKK J XV CONTINUED -- i 1 raise the wind without reaping the whirlwind the payinaster must be robbed on the very next trip and the plan was to have the train held up until the sudden move of the cavalry suggested nn easier way Out went two of his sportsmen friends with let- Â¬ ters of introduction to the hunter her- mit in the Tomahawk range Down they went with him as their guide and companion and scout Cavalry over- Â¬ coats and slouch hats and equipments such as were worn in the field in those days wen to be had almost anywhere Armed with their bogus dispatch they rode to linden dodging Sergt Do Inns escort from Hear fork to Alkali Leaving their horses with the boy at the bridge the three men received the paymaster and Lacy at the station to which he had boon lured and the rest was easy until it came to get- Â¬ ting away with the money The hermit forbade their returning bv way of his hut as they would be trailed thither and he and his boy instantly suspected They must go farther cast by way of Wagon gap and back to the agency with their game as though from innocent and successful hunt Jlut in dodging the troops and cartain couriers they saw time was lost in which they got to drinking and quarreling Lacys friends were two woll knownontractors for Indian sup- Â¬ plies long accustomed to agency ways well versed in Indian affairs and often suspected of being knaves of deeper dye than mere swindlers of the ab- Â¬ origines which species of crime was not bereft of virtue in frontier eyes They were known to the trade by the names of Stein and Wirtz and their intimacy with Lacy and certain em- Â¬ ployes of the quartermaster depart- Â¬ ment had attracted Hands attention to them months before the robbery Hearing of their absence from town he traced them to the agency thence to the range beyond and found that the date of their return that way cor- responded exactly with that of Thorn- Â¬ tons fight Young Stearns had at last made a coherent statement Promising to give his luckless father his share as soon as they got back within sight of that harbor of refuge but plying him with liquor all the time these men rode to Fossil creek in company then gave their dozing guide the slip and dashed rapidh ahead Ileing aware of the Indian outbreak they probably studied the country with their glasses I and saw the commotion among the distant war parties and so dodged into the range away from the road and by a wide detour got safely in while their hapless guide following in drunken pursuit ran foul of the Sioux was chased and killed Wisely they hid such of the money as they did not need at the moment anil kept away from head x quarters and Lacy awhile until the an J9 uouncement in the papers that the crime had been definitely fixed on the soldiers bcmiltz and holinimni gave Ahem courage to unearth their plunder and fetch it nearer home Not that they intended to divide with Lacy by any means he was in their toils now and could be further bled but to hold him with mingled threat and promise And all the time Hand was weaving his web nbout them The more coherent statements of the half witted son now being restored to such intellect as he possessed had given ample clew and the arrest of Lacy at Hansom was the result of a dispatch to Rand that his confederates had been pounced upon ft the previous night at Yankton with 1ft over ten thousand dollars of the stolen iftmoney in their possession So long as they did not peach however Lacy was till safe and he played the indignant nu wronged and faithful servant ana laved it well for just six weeks then Dux fomina the woman who i vas leaderby facti nose of the trium- the irate and the recipient of much of heir stolen plunder was also arrested nen on the wintr to the east and she ouldnt keep a secret her eircumstan- ai confession of thn wholo business ora beginninir to end made when Vlftopmg to win exemption for herself -- was Lacy and of uncommon usefulCards milling ness until luclc turnetl stocks wlicnt wine and women all combined against him He had to cov er the money abstracted to pay his losses and put up more margins He fcowed still more and his creditors gam blers lilce himself said Tny or we There was just one way to peach A fellow of much inventive genius Â¬ Â¬ post surgeon found means to ride over to Hutte and see the falling soldier and many a day officers or their wives contrived to visit town and dropped in to sec Connie and offer aid and comfort to her father but Connie declared she needed no help She had an excellent servant now a Gcrmnn womnn whom Mrs Hinkel brought to her who cook- Â¬ ed und washed and did nlmost every Â¬ thing for so small a sum that when the amount was mentioned I fear me there were women who were sorely tempted to offer the paragon twice as much to quit the Morgans and come to them but thoy deserved the more honor that they promptly dismissed the unworthy thought Connie said Mrs Hinkel too was kind and useful in making things for the children and Miss Frnnzen of the public school who lived in tile next block took such interest in Lot and Hilly and taught Why they would them so much really be in elover were poor father And then one evening only better when Schramm had ridden into town and left his horse at the Empire and had come promptly around to see the llerr llittmeister he was amazed to find a tall gray mustached soldierly man seated by the captains side while there right by Connie in civilian dress stood a tall slender young fellow at sight of whom the sergeants eves clouded and he would have re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IEUIIY THORNTON HAD HIM RY THK HANI Â¬ tired but was too late for with one leap Perry Thornton had him by the hand Schramm by all thats glorious And before the Father look here Prussian cx hussar could realize it a veteran colonel of dragoons was wring Â¬ ing one of his hands while the lieu- Â¬ tenant clasped the other Nor would they or the Morgans let him go I have a letter from Herlin which I am charged to give you llerr von lihetz said Thornton pere and at the namo Schramms lips quivered and twitched and he turned very white but straight in the colonels kindly face looked the unllinehing eyes of blue Yet even then he would have asked to be permitted to retire the soldier in him shrinking from what he deemed and a strange restless intrusion his heart impelling him to gnawing at go and leave them to the joy of a reunion in which no doubt he had really no place but one and all they for- Â¬ bade Constance held in her hands two cabinet photographs and Perry stepped forward took one of these and holding it forth said to Schramm If you need more reason sergeant here it is for this is the picture of a young ladj who says she must have yours and quickly too The young lady is most gracious llerr Lieutenant and most beautiful said Schramm studying it attentively The lieutenants then glancing up sister Not quite laughed Perry blushing though thats what my sisters are beginning to call her rather prematurely And then in his perplexity Schramm gazed past the handsome boy and sought Connies face It was beaming Pardon he said I am so dull Does the lieutenant mean it is his betrothed Yes and we are here to drink her Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ health we five For one moment Schramms eyes sought doubtfully the eyes of the maiden who stood there so unllinch ingly and smilingly before them and then his hand went out In earnest winter of unusual severity was that which followed upon tho heels of a summer campaign that hnd been full of lively excitement for Tintop and the regiment Once more however the spirit of social gayety was abroad and the Christmas holidays were merry with many a charming function Hops germans dinner- - and luncheon parties miustrels and soldier theatricals balls day after day and night after night were in full career at Ransom while dense and blinding snow storms blocked the roads and soon succeeded in making the trip from fort to town more of a venture than tho winter pas sage of the Atlantic Starting from town with sunshine and sleigh bells one might encounter storm nnd temp est before half the distance was trav ersed December though sharply cold had been bright and beautiful untilÂ¬ about tho 15th then came the succes sion of blizzards that cut communica tion almost entirely and caused a wall of dismay from tho shopkeepers of Hutte most of whom hnd laid in goodly ilu Moron of toys and trinkets for tho customers tho luetatloii of their best A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER XVI - I i l nd penned his partinir words and ced his shame stricken soul It was n well nlanncd iob said nu on Lacvs nart at lnast but it man in it Anil now as 1lfi vtilnpn vn nn igcr needed Serct Schramm had further business at cither Hutte or nKOln Ck that I intOT 1 vaw lUWllLi JlllTll UiiLiV 3 W d its lfiak sn lmiir nc Hir wns n 4lhlt vnii ilnnf wrin fri fro lnmr tllcttinnu nlivin unlit Vi nnn ncctrrti n 1 y hero until your troop comes homo t month And to tho adjutants in Â¬ to surprise Schramm ncfrlv ns ted ctobtsr wont and keonor winds from WOUIURlnirnriiH mil ilui cnr people out at the fort Tho stage had to be taken off nnd for days tho malls were carried to and fro in saddle Tho doctors senior and junior found plunty to do at tho fort and llttlo to tempt them elsewhere so their visits to Morgan becamo infrequent Thcro was just ono man nt the post whom no gale could daunt no storm could con qucr nnd that was Schramm Every ono knew that Morgan was He ought to slowly growing feebler have gone to the Hot Springs long ago said the doctor but now it is He could not stand the jour- Â¬ too late ney without special attendants and and those wcro accommodations things he could not and Unclo Sain would not pay for Knowing that ho would have nothing to leave and deem- Â¬ ing him near dissolution his creditors Were hounding him again If ho livod the fifty dollars per month would grad- Â¬ ually pay them off but if he died thcro was nothing hence the renewed clamor for Immedlato settlement The weather was bitter the little house cold and draughty fuel was horribly expensive and there was thu veteran dragoon n helpless cripple looking death in the face and imploring him yet a little while to hold his hand not that the broken spirited soldier might recover his strength ho was past all that but that he might linger on even in labor and sorrow that with his annuity lie miirht save his children from utter destitution Hours he sat in loneliness for it was impossible save at rare intervals for his old comrades to reach him now Ho wondered how Connie could sing so hap Surely house the pily about she and Herthn the middle aged had accomplished the little sum he wonders with household ex- Â¬ could devote to penses Lot and Hilly looked hearty and rosy and well fed and clothed when they came tumbling noisily in from school Connies sweet face and slender form were rounded The dark circles under the big brown eyes were gone Here he was hardly daring to eat thinking how soon they might be left without bite sup or cent Yet Connie smiled and sang and was pick Â¬ ing up little household words and phrases in German and blushingly ac- Â¬ costed Schramm in his native tongue when Schramm came as ho rarely failed to come twice thrice or of tener during the week to pay his respects to the gnndigc Fraulein and to sec what 11 tlw lliM r UittmiMsLcr who ever since the day of the Thorn- tons coming nau vainiy protested against the further use of the name Schramm had insisted that tho time had come for tho German sergeant to drop his punctilious observance of the deference due all superior officers and had informed Connie that he should be addressed as Herr von Rhetz but it was all to no purpose Schramm for I left my name with my past bade I came to enlist in this army when I hud to win a future for said he myself and so took my mothers namo meantime Call me by that so long as Indeed he couldnt I wear the blue the gnadige Fraulein ad Â¬ bear to have dress him as sergeant at all He said that from the first he loved to watch her lips as she struggled with the combination that finally gave ut Â¬ There could terance to a be no question that he loved to watch her lips no matter what she might be saying and small blame to him either Hut out at Ransom Schramm was becoming a notability in earnest Despite his plea to Col Thornton to keep secret as yet the story of his dif ference with his stern old father his retirement from the German service his practical banishment from home and then the proffered forgiveness and reconciliation there wcro so many suspicions that the Thorntons were plied with questions they could not al together dodge Everyone knew by this time Schramm had money in plenty and that it was deposited in a Yes said Germun bank in the east Thornton that was his mothers fortune which had become his own but tho colonel refused to tell more saying the soldier had a perfect right to serve out his time as Schramm and nothing else Everybody saw however the courtesy and distinction with which tho Thorntons father and son trented him Perry in fact waxing hot and wanting to light an ill conditioned cross grained subaltern who sneered at him Schramms box was kept in the vault of the FiAt national now where the cashier and other officials would fain have treated liim with greater deference than they showed his officers had Schramm permitted it Ho would never enter the bank when an officer was there and should even the veri one happen in cub in the whole garrison est Schramm would spring back from the counter and stand attention nnd nt salute never presuming to come forward again until the shoulder straps had vanished This naturally gave um brage to the public which very prop erly preferred moneyed sergeants to mortgaged subs but no one at the post could truthfully say that Schramm ever in the faintest way failed in tho respect and deference duo his superiors in irrade Â¬ Â¬ maid-of-all-wor- WiAn nippw mi In WlKCnESTEK KY vr - - v WI in - mi i ft jfti J means so much more than 1 you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from Clay City trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures CLAY CITY health greatest gift Poof Health Browns JWJ N H WITHKRSPOON FrwMfat It D IIUNTEK Carter Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 1 This Bank solicits the accounts of atcr chants farmers traders and business generally throughout Eastern Kentatfcy arid offers its customers every facility Mia the most liberal terms within tke lltultafof legitimate hanking oettS w Ml KY Bant 50000 si itters Dyspepsia Neuralgia If you are feeling out of sorts weak and generally ex Â¬ hausted nervous have no appetite and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing the most relia- Â¬ ble strengthening mediclnewhichis Browns Iron Bit- Â¬ ters A few bot Â¬ tles care benefit Ueth Capital FLOYD DAY President J F COX m Cashier very first dose it wont ttam your comes from the No Bank iu Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor better facilities for keeping yur account Manflgetl entirely by home peaple who know you and who aro always ready to accommodate you jtfr Money to loan on reasonable rates Call on us pleasant to take and its GiarR Gnumy Hailonai BanR MAIN STREET WINCHESTER C It Cures Troubles KY Kidney and Liver Constipation Bad Blood Nervous ailments 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into purgatory We do not ask you to buy our goods if we cant save you money We pledge our word to the people to sell them goods AS CHEAP AS WE CAN This means if we can sell you an article at 8 or 9 cents we have no right to ask you 10 and we WILL NOT ask it We believe in the philosophy of low prices and beg of YOU if you are in our reach to read our advertisement and ask yourself if it is not to your interest to COME AND SEE US WHEN YOU NEED GOODS IN OUR LINE Competitors will tell you they will sell you as cheap as Combs and some of them will almost drag you off your horse or out of your carriage or wagon if you will allow it This identical trick HAS BEEN DONE TO THE SORROW OF THE CUSTOMER B U Y FROM US IV WE JfKOTHJUT YUU YUUK TRADE SHOULD BY RIGHT BE OURS IF YOU HAVE TO GRIND COMPETI- THE STORE THAT PROTECTS YOU IN MAKING CLOSE PRICES JJj5iBaSa6- OU vO LOSSES INCURRED by trusting the man whose 11 mr L Y ijt taa raarcirftraaa i in - GOOD GOODS FOR THE LEAST O NEY OOOj 4 II prices on which cannot Tbe quoted so as to give a customer a fair idea of the goods Granulated Sugar Whito Extra C Sugar Arbucklo Coffee wreon uoiieo good Groon Coffoo oxtrn fino Rico you do it We sell cheap when they mThey it We call attention have to stock of sell cheap because cfe have our word pledged to you W to do to our SHOES E 25 CIOTHIIT WARES 1 9 GROCERIES KSa aWUTT GTCFXi EdESQ PRZQSS 24 Bluo Seal Vaseline por bottle 45 Best Machino Oil por bottle 80 Carpet Tacks per box 80 ju nig ieuiui s pur paper 40 Rubber Tip Pencils each 5 Toilet Soap por cake Box No 1 Blacking iv w into junveiopes Button hole Twist ner snool 4 5 5 Tea Spoons per sot 5 Table Spoons nor sot 19 4 boxes 200 in box Mutches 15 Swandown Whitening por box 20 nun 11 nituuiuj pur uox Fiddle Strinirs each 2 15 Banjo Strings each 2 40 8 1 pint Tin Cups A good Dressing Comb A good Fine Comb 74 Coffoo Mills Poppor grain Spico grain Tea Mixed Beans Navy Boans Shot any sizo por pound nor pound 5 C poundSud Iron 4A Long Handled Dirt Shovols 22 Trace Chains por pair Ilorso Collars each it 25 Blind Bridles each it 5 Axlo Grease Light Diamond brand por box it 10 it it -- SMALL n g x nof0 cent tt i 10 80 2A it Stick Candy 74 Edge or Belle of Waddy Flour Gilt 2 Bushel Moal Bags quality guaranteed per cwt 150 8 Prices on Grocerios are so liablo to change wo can Ono day strike Walnut or Oak 22 inches high not guarantco quotations on thoso longer than the G inch dial Fancy Trimmed Clock stock on hand lasts Eight day halt hour striko of same -- Yard Wide Bleachod Cotton por yard Heavy Brown Cotton por yard Colored Corpot Warp por pound VDRY Best Calico por yard COODS- - j 1 i U it o centg t 5 q o o 5 tt g o -- Bost Quality Bit Bracos oaoh Bits for sumo at half prico S inoh Wiro Nails 4 and 0 penny por pound Any larger sizes 7xl2 inch Roady mado Stool Shovol Plows 8x18 of same Bost Quality 10 inch Draw Knife Files HARDWARE Oak Bod Steads as low as 200 each 2 Sitting Chairs 50c oach and up -Koekors 100 oach and up 25 2 quart Covered Buckets flO SxlO Window Sash primed and glazed 95 coins per 13 uuart A t pair of 12 lights lf 50 U UU u 10x12 of same 120 per pair of 12 lights 25 14 quart solid one piece evtnt fJtTWo also handle Doors and havo thorn in stock Pan 0 as low as 185 oach Call and soo them 2 Pie Pans for K FURNITURE SlO TINWARE e JU iovV Dsh 15 tt tt 25 5 limtccl South llonil rlows and lot of thco in till LinilR hilUIUoniiil bottom one und tuohumliKitniullicuvv Wo want to soil you u Plow if you need one Wo ho II this Plow heemtn wo can imrante it to our customorn Satisfaction guarnntccd or money rofunilotl and plow taken Irnck Tlio nrlccrt oil tlio Plowa aro at all t lines mado throuch an lmnosL otlort to hoc how OIIKAP wo can hoJI thorn to our frlomls tuo trade Wo aro hcadquartora for Plow J t w Gear of all kinds Pull uii VAUIIillHI l wiu 1 Especial notice-i-o- ws and plow oeaii w trmlo quite a hirco 1 hii ti Mb Imvo now in stock romly for BpriiiR respectfully submitted to the cash trade S A 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