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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- I 0 1 filE H EL GREEN HERALD e c Established March 418s Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll I errer n and coon rlIkiOldest Mist Ftpilar Mist WMily CircMlattd and Most Quottd Paper In the Kentucky Montita SfflSESSP a FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1808 NUMBER 28 GENERAIJNEWS pemocntic notional committcomc silver in 1900yltwillboBryaaand Vesuvius haa The dyeamlto York from Cuban waiterirriredlONew 1000000 ncrt8 of lammtl arc de Over i to W cultivation of tobacco in lie world ii order has been issued forbidding the Brook atddtonDTIrdp WillUai Dadenhop a farmnr at Nich adbUI aiGky and died Gen Blanco Is doing all ho can to JtreM hostile feelings toward Aineri t by the peopleof Cuba lib Hobson has been advanced to IMlrad of Naval Constructor wlthou jifoiag an examination The blue law crusade in Cleveland ftkM reiulted in numerous arrests uf jullitore and restaurant keepers The government has again changed Its blind will send the New York sol fin it San Francisco to Honolulu- A formidable British fleet is asscm the at WeiHal Wei to support the dsarsda of the British Minister in Chi u the graves of American soldiers at iatUgo are being located prcparatorj toitturnlng the remains to the United AtN The Porto Rican evacuation commU fen has sailed from Now York and the Cobia commission sailed Saturday for Hmns The Insurgents in Pinar del Rio Pror Itt Cuba welcomed the tidings ol as they were without clothing and awing Miny New York politicians Relieve fat exSenator David H Hill will be it Democratic nominco fur governor oi Jew York The last proclamation of Gov Gen Euco telis the Spanish residents that iej will won be us ulrungora in the Is YId of Cuba The officers of the army at Manila distinguished themselves at tho cap tutof tho city have been promoted by 4e President The transport Charles N Nelson has mired at San Francisco from Honolulu 4e reports everything pilot on tho Hit niUn Islands- Senator Lodge while in New York for conference with Col Roosevelt was abbed of a purse containing u largo lIOunt of money The real objective point in Gen Mor dtti return to tho United States from Hinlla it is rumored is to get married lot lady in Chicago hOllpitllutInrtrip of the Oregon from California to lie Gulf of Mexico Before his departure for Spain General Krai visited Gun Shatter at Santiago ltd bade him farewell in a cordialand tapreasivo manner The Czars call for a conference of the Ltau to discuss general disnrmnment mused n profound sensation in nil European capitalsi J Lieut Hobson has returned to Sanli f from Now York and will personally perlntend tho floating of the Hunken 7 nUh war vessels reportshamteen there over time annexation of Hawaii blbe United States havelrtotjDI bemndo ofworldOwing to tho failure of the harvests in parl of HUllia pe lllts are feed thatchkew v ivunin About GOO American Hebrew families are Preparing to emigrate to Porto Rico kwon as the lTllited States Government rlllpermit soEggssac each in Ha veryrircesuppilesAt Carrignn was hisdoenearlyleered wenlthytafurllryMire cigarette smoking deterlhtdan II 1 o platform by the New York t wocratic Convention tf 1an JJl anxious to buy the Ladrone filii capturedtoi Spt y e1ntof their fishing resources i poisonitIethat by Paris persons green W knownnklod3- Y 0 THE GATLINQ QUI Tralatl Upon the AtalalxtraUia lorlti- Shtmeful Hlitreataieat of the Boyi la hlas Instead of glory beating its refulgent rays over the banners of victory the pride that should perch on Columbias stan dard is obscured by whlspcrleaa shame Whatever of glory in the result of thillI war our heavy hearts can recognize belongs to the rank and file Tu GtlleonI to the war department aye I to hiatthe head of all this conglomeration of criminal incompetency and careleaautsi bydUIthat come from tho very center of the soul We gave of our blood and lone to our countrys cause gave freely but tearfully wo gave of our treasure to tho needs of the hourgave freely and gladly J That the money wo gave should have been misdirected Is to bo deplored That our bravo boys should be wantonly sacrificed to official indifference and neg ligence is to be damned with every breath that leaves our lips Some may say that credit belongs to monster McKinley to his cabinet and commanding officers for the triumphant conclusion of the conflict Ah yes you partisan pcewecs I You consider only results you say 1 Why Spain was de Seated before we fired tho first shot Otherwise the struggle were now but be gun Whatever the valor of her sol diery however great tho skill of her cap thins the bankrupt monarchy of Castile could not resist the power of limitless resources which opposed her Yet this fact does no detract one whit from tho lofty heroism of those splendid soldiers who stormed the Spanish strongholds at Guantanama El Caney and Han Juan Wherever the Spaniard has been mot he line peen found wholly worthy his foe mens steel And the mistakes of un qualified officers have only magnified the magnificent courage of the men for they multiplied the horrors of the SHU uine help into which tho heroes march id as though on holiday parade Oh I am sick of you nil you miser iblc apologists for ollicial crime I You murder my patience and fan tho flames of my wrath when you prato to me of tho wrong of attacking the president in this time of trialJAway with you 1 rat of my presence and back to your political pcnalcM whether you boa friend or yet of my own fatally until such timo an your heart can give larger place Lo puma uityn plea than to the demands of a hidebound party creed The pros dent is not rcHpoimible 1 Then in lads name who is responsible I IIII am not to blame 1 is tho cry that hits como to us from mill along the line until the pro jresaivo denial has reached the portal of the executive chamber A people have Lho right to put responsibility on their ruler it is their privilege to call him to account for Ida stewardship Ho is re tponsible for the conduct of the subordi sates of lib own appointment and we hall tolerate no cowardly evasion Tho monks must bo opened for public limpcc ion mid the score shall bo settled To tho president is directly chargeable nil tho miserable maladmistration in what vet department of government service Down with tho dogma thlltlitho king I would rather see cnn do no wrong tho red ling of nnarchy raised over our jatlonal cnpitol than that truthshould jo cried down as treason Who is responsible for the wretched work of the commissariat and the medi cIII department 1 Secretary Alger Who III responsible for Algcr 1 President ifcKinlcy Alger who was proved a rook mill n coward in the Civil War Icnounccd as n deserter was recom mended for courtmartial by Generals Sheridan Ouster and Merrill but es aped icing shot by virtue ofa political mil was given time war portfolio in return for hula considerable contribution to UcKinleys campaign corruption fund Vhat a pity he was not shot when first his deeds deserved itsI Perhaps it is not too late to attend to the matter yet Teddy Roosevelt is rather handy with with n gun- McKinley can in no wise escape re- ponsibilily by any shirk or shift Shall be who would have received all credit 4 Yi for a properly coaducted campaign beI relined of the burden of blame for murderous I mismanagement that roust forever be the blackest blot on American annals fIIt Iis uneless to go over the dreadful I details They have already been poured J forth in the columns ofan awakened press Even tragedy grows tiresome I with too much telling Hut we can nnII er throttle these thoughts that burr intoI tho bruit and make the heart to hleedI even ai the wounds of war Death is a natural and necessary concomitant of war Had our homes fallen beneath the blows of the foo hall their forms been shattered by shot and shellJJ in time brave hour of battle wo would then bind up our breaking hearts andff hold the sacrifice as sanctified by national need Our tears would fall upon the mangled forms without reason for rooI preach limit they have been buU tedI and battered and broken in bivouac In stead of battle limo camp lane claimed I more victims than time carnage of conflict Our loved ones have been let to die like dogs for lack of medicines mHII ministration while wo poured out our geld in lavish measure that they might live They have starved with supplies f in easy reach They have been tortured by thirst when Gods free waters flowed within a few miles of their IllchoscnI camps The suffering hums not been greatI er at Santiago than on our own hospita Lie soil Thousands who enlisted to light for time Slag have not been allowed that patriotic privilege but instead have bust murdered yes that word IsI all right by malaria slain by disease in southern swamps Famine and fever are the only loon they have faced We rend with horror in our hearts ofI Iho treatment on the transports of sick mail wounded soldiers sent homo from Manila Wo are told that these stiller era were served with hash made from de caged meat and that diabolical attend nuts put cigar stumps into a vile com pound that was given them and called coffee And yet wo speak of time Span lards as barbarians1 At least Cnstllian cruelty is confined to the treatment of the enemy What steps woro taken to stay tho yel low scourge at Santiago Wo can not trace them With all the wealth of this opulent nation to draw upon wo hind reason to beliovo that the department would soften Komcwhat the rigors of war for our beloved bravo We voted mil lion for this purpose and then put revenue stamps on pretty much everything to which they would stick in order to further provide the sinews of war We did this uncomplainingly oven eagerly Yet we find that tho must necessary provisions were wanting Surgeons nurses medicines clothing food tents ambulances and all supplies wero needed and lacking Wounded soldiers with broken limbs dragged their painracked bodies many miles under a scorching sun to reach a hospital passing over rough rocks mind through thorny uuder brush on the way because there were no ambulances for their conveyance Thoy laid helpless for days on tho rainsoaked ground without covering or care because there were no tents nor nurses Wounds went undressed for days because there were not surgeons enough for time work There were not even glasses for giving mcdicino when thero was medicine to give No cups from which to drink water when water might bo obtained Camp were cast In tho most unfit spots std as far removed from water as posse blellemcmher not only did these condi ions obtain In time of war but they con tinue now that wo have peace limo array in not cut oil from Us base of sup plies hut its hand Is close by the horn of plenty Resources hayo not been re duced time country wasted by years of war but the nation is flushed with fortune Delicacies sent to tho front by friends were never delivered Corn plaints were crushed by the hard hard of military repression and every caret rue exercised to prevent a revelation of true conditions reaching the public Cuba has known no horrors greater than those of Camp Alger close to the capitol within the shadow of Washing ton monument The faraway Philip pines have been to our boys as the Pri sal Paradise when compared with the camp at Chickamauga just without th gates of the city of Chattanooga Wo feed Spanish prisoners on the fat of the land pamper the cowardly Cuba cutthroat aed let our own patriots pei lib of privation When after the sur render of Santiago our penniless and starving soldiers were praying for the paltry pay that they might purchaa provisions Dull Shatter cabled in structlons to Washington to wlthhoh the payroll IItlithe money might ten to demoralize tho men Who is responsible T I want to say Ithat it may be hoard unto the islands of tho utmost purple seas that ho who fl responsible should be hung as high as JII possible without putting his pollute carcass beyond tho roach of the buzzards I know that I shall reap unpopularity for such utterances that I shall be term cd a traitor for attacking the admints tiers at this time Hut 1 am consoled bj the thought that I am true to myself and true to tho victims of a villainous crow of olllclnl criminals Shall I be alien when our bravest blood cries out fron the soil for vengeance and cries with ii thousand tongues Can I ask for other testimony than the countless graves lha emboss the islands beyond the fragran foam of southern seas mead that saddei tho lovely landscapes in our own domain of Dixie 1 I would rather that mj pulseless form should bo allhoutlc against the sky swinging from a scaf foldarm than that my lips hould be act with the seal of silence now or that my pen should be palsied by policy or forbidden free exercise by tho phantom of fear And as yet we Iinyo limit the most mea gre Inkling of information Later w shall bo fairly transfixed by tho terrible truth In nil its amplitude The returning soldiers will have a tale to toll whoa they reach us And there Is to bo a bitter reckoning by and by Tho adminis Iration shall answer for its every crime Our clliensolilicrs their families and their friends will remember Bomctlilnj besides Iho Maine when they march tc tho polls In 1100 Hut will tho lays return Thoy arc praying for deliverance from military bondage in days of peace their heart hunger for homo they long for n sight of time loved ones Hut their officers the political pots to whom McKinloy counted out commissions aro making every clliirl to force them into Cuba now that tho fighting is over Those valiant volunteers are to bo driven like serfs into unwilling service They who would fight for tho freedom of others ore to feel on their own limlm time shackled of slaves and upon their bending backs tho lash of brutal nesters Thoy enlist ed for military service only promised discharge at tho close of hostilities fill ed with ardor for the fray their souls aglow with tho pure flame of patriotism ptoud of tho uniform they moped to honor Without having hindn single sight of time field they are now to bo forced Into a fover ridden country to build roods nandI break rocks for 13 a month This work will bo done by thou sands of bravo men who loft lucrative positions for tho service willing to make any sacrifice for tho cause of their coun try ninny have families dependent upon them who will now have to depend on public charity Aside from this slavish work that must bo performed there aro other rcasous why It Is undesirable that these men should bo mustered out an civilians they would toll too much while as soldiers their tongues are tied by the constant menace of court rnnrtinl These volunteers are to ho the vlctltm of n pence conscription They are to be given ns sacrifices on tho altar of union iulismn rodI and reeking altar bulldcd of skeletons and garnished with skulls mortared with a mixture of blood anti brains They arc to be brought into the pestilential climate of Cuba thoro to linger and languish and die and decoy to fertilize with their bodies an alien soil Than that this shame should come to my country I would rather see our vat leys run red with the tide of revolution and tho blight of battle lie over all the land Hotter national death than nation al dishonor anti the destruction of liber ty For tis but tho dread shadow on the dial that Indicates Imperlallim Cleveland 0 Galling Gun A CRITICAL TIMEtt DURINQ THE RATTLE OF SAX J TIAGO IIOE OK WILL AUDI HIUIT AND DAY TBO Packers at the Battlo ol laatiaio fc I Cola wire all lorooa Iheir loroto IMorU in ttlH AMulUoi art II ties to tao Treat hated the Day P I Mutlor of packtrain No3 writing from Santiago do Cuba on July 23dsAye t We all had diarrhoea la more or less violent form and when wo landed wo had no time to see a doctor for it was a case of rush and rush night and day to keep tho troops supplied with ammunition and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dl arrhcca Remedy we were able to keep at work and keep our health In fact I sincerely believe that at ono critical timo this medicine was the indirect saviour of our army for If tho packers had been unable to work there would have beer no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon train could tine My comrade and myself bad the good fortune to lay In a supply of this iiutlicino for our lpnek train before wo left Tampa and I know in four casen it absolutely saved life The above letter was written to tbo manufacturers of this medicine tho Chamberlain Medicine Co DCS Moines 100oor sale by T T hay IJKoronn I Atigi018- Mr Cooper I would liko to haven copy of your valuable paper as I know it would be a welcomo visitor to mo in this western country Times mire fairly good hero Time colored people will cel ebrate their freedom horo on September 22 and n grand time In expected WU1 write moro soon KcspcctfullyDAKIJI IHUM Tile Eagle King ol All Birds Is noted for Us keen sight clear and dis tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Kaglo Eye Salvo for weak eyes styeH sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 24 coats Fun SAM A bran now Alplno safe a bran now buggy two elegant and now sowing machine ono a Singer and tho other au Kldrodge This property caino into time possession of time Hustler through trade and will bo sold much lower than tho retail price as wo wish to got rid of it at onco Address Hustler Jackson Ky Mothers I TIIIC ulicotn and of childbirthcan be almost en- tlrelyavoilletl White olCmIui relieves ex pcctnnt mothers It gives yeultalorK81111 puts theta In condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg nancy lees painful shortens labor and hastens recovery after childbirth It helps a woman bear etroug healthy children WIfleofQfl101hasi thousands of homes barren for A lew dOlu often bring joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out of ten AU druggists sell Wins of Cardul fmoo per bottle For idtlc In cues r julrlnr tp ell ermptomulshe h The Ch iunooc Medlelno Co Ctutu adore Teas Mrs LOUISA Milof Jmnon CIo Mysm ire Cart1I1dLoaIN later I had aface ctrl- F 1 k- oit a ii 1 ti I litgu C oPBlt L Etiter JII i i HAZEL GREEN KY IIITHURSDAYSopt 8 1898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0FOR CONGRK3S lOrn DISTRICT Bo vTHOYflhzpafrIOs k OK FLOYD COUNTY WOLFE COUNTY Oampton Currency Miss Docia Duff of Perry county IB visiting relatives here CnptW L llnrit wnn called to Lex ington 8uri lfiy to seo his son Cicnar who IIOH typhoid fever lion A IL Stamper and family visited the family of Hon J C Lykitis of Duflvillo Sunday Prof 0 O Fulkft of Stillwnter in bo Ing urKcd to make tho rnco for Uepre pentntlvo In tills tho Dillt Ix jislativo District composed of the counties of Wolfe and Mqrgnn Joe Williams of this plnce n member of tho Fourth Regiment Kentucky Vol unteer Infantry now in camp at Lox Inijtori cnmo homo Friday on a seven days furlduglft1 He linn been sick hut IH Improving He nyn the majority of his regiment aro anxious to ho mustered outhit bcHovqg jlcy will be kept in the service the full two years Tollvor Topics Anthony Lowe is miflcring very much front sore eyin 7 J matron left for Torrent Monday for n weeks stay H F Ruling lian a line crop of tobac IceWeed Hall sold his corn crop to Wil lie Clark for a consideration of SUf Arbury Strange of SwniiKO Springs was in roll vtr Monday on business A Floyd Hyrd and Joe C Lykinn of Cumpton were over taking depositions in the CatroiiClnrk cants last week MJM Minnie Day of Hazel Green pas + ed through Tolivor Monday morn inn enrotito to her school at Maytown MNH Minnie IH always prompt and at her post of duty Henry Mamiin and daughter MiesI vattnic Mack Old IilIII and daughterSi I Hiss Collie arc visiting relatives and V friends in Montmmiury 11111 Bourbon counties this week Superlutetrdeute t school at feanfield Monday I IIt lion nicer trustee way also present Mr Lacy gave an excellent lecture to the pupils Mr Honaker followed with a brief speech and the teacher aluo made some remarks The school is working 1 in perfect harmony Sept 5 Sill Jn MORGAN COUNTY May town Missives Willie flanker was in our midst last week I Stilt IMcratt has been buying cattle tho pant week rime poles have boon put up for tin telephone lieu from Kzcl to this place II It Gambill attended the Muvonic Lodge at Hazel Green Saturday night last Mr hanker who irons been in Ohio on business for HOIIIO tine past returnedI homo last week Sonic of tio people in this vicinity have fommoncod making molasseo oth orewill follow soon dnughtoVirginia SundayThe tute will be held at West Liberty nex 8cptomborJordan tnqssano lout week saying his brother Abe Wills of Cornwoll way at tho point of death Ho left at once for that place Hows This t- Wo otlbr Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for lilY case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F1 CIIKNKY ft Co Props Toledo O- We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last lf years and bo Hove him perfectly honorable in nil bus mess transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligation rondo by their firma WEST TiutX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0- 1VAIntxu Kivxvv MAUVIX Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood andt mucous surfaces of tho system PrlcoI 7ic per bottlo Sold by all Druggists Te8timoniala free I Halls family Pills are tho best Old papers 20c a hundred r ONCHICKAMAUGAi layslollieri of Today Havo Not Had I tkJt Tuck ef the Hard Times Ho giw at Oblckamaaga My heart bleeds for the poor boys 1 dont oink them men who are nufleriii BO terribly at Chickamauga on Long Is landnndother safe and healthy places I hope that jellies and delicacies will be soot to them in carloads Their suffer ings cry unto heaven I am sorry that Ohickamauga is BO much unhealthier than it was In 18GI cold that tho present perfect specimens of manhood lire HO very delicate that they cannot stood a camp in time of pence in the healthiest climate on file globe Wbtn wo were in the Chattanooga and Atlanta campaigns wo had hard marching and hard fighting about all tho time yet the number of our sick was almost nothing Wo did not keep the newspapers full of childish whining and we did not talk of impeaching Sec cellos Stanton for our own worthless ness and helplessness Their poor deli title stomachs cannot stand a change of water and fresh army rations mire too coarse for their tastes Wo used to change water about once a day nod Iif these fellows had to eat tho rations we ate on the Atlanta cum mign without complaining I suppose they all would bo dead Sherman had several millions of rations stored in the iroiling HUH at Chattanooga that had jeen stored there n year Hi ordered them issued and replaced with fresh stores He wouldnt issue the new stores hut piled them and sent the rotten ones to the army Every cracker was full of cobwebs andI contained about fifty black toad maggots besides tour or live wee vii and two or three brown centipedes do not exaggerate in the loast The meat issued was green and with maggot hales all through it in every direction Wo had that uolor over three mouths nod had nothing else Four times at Savannah we were fort ubht hours at n time without fowl In other words we hada days rations itmicd every fourth day And at that time the iOOO homes of our divisioni went eight days without a single bite of anything They could not browse trees as it was a pine country When I Itnt into notion t Mission midge my horse had been tour days without a bite and I had missed five meals The succeeding winter from November till March we wero in the cold country of Kant Tennessee without any tents moving every day At night wo would turn into tho woods sari lie down in the sonic or mud cud often it was down to zero Not oliotenth of that winter did we get food from the government and the people were miserably poor and as hun gry as ourselves Our other winters were little hotter Hut wo hud no sick list In summer we stood the heat on our hard marches or slept in plowed fields or woods with rain beating on our faces and the water running under us When time weather changed in n week or two we were dried by the sun Xone of us were heroes and we did not get off hut t h had to face nn enemy double as formid able as tho Spanish for years II do not pretend to compare our trio fling hardships with those of our boys at Chickamauga who have nice tents and beds and cots and hospitals right at their elbows with no marching fighting or exposure We didnt know how whine as they do Andrew Van in Cincinnati Time Star rcACADEMY NOTES F0 Atkinson of Stanton Is at the Home Mrs Poindexter of Georgetown la at tho Homo The societies of the school will bo re organized at once and work in their lines will proceed as usual Tho first public debate will be held in October Prof J S Hawkins of Lexington ar rived hero on Saturday and now hits charge his department in tho academy Tho music teacher for time year at tho academy will bo hero In n few days and it is especially desired that all who con template studying music should enter time classes at mho beginning School opened at time academy Mon tiny with a largo enrollment and an In1I creased interest lime prospects are bright Indeed for the session and no doubt the enrollment this 8cjl iou will be larger than ever before This school tands second to none in Eastern Ken tucky Its instruction is thorough its is areMowI F l now r- Ij I Olfl SEe- RoohsPoor clothes cannot make you look old Eyen pale checks wont do It Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint ments may be deep but they cannot make you look oldOne thing docs It and i never fails tvIt is Impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair AgerS llilirI ti- ltI Vigori- l il- f permanently postpones the telltale signs of age Used according to directions it gradually brings back the yourhairfifteen It thickens the hair also stops it from falling scalpfromsend you our book on the Hair and its Diseases Tho aloof Advlco Frae It you do not obtain all tho hna-nt yOU exported from mho DUO of the Vlitor write the doctor atxmt It Irobifiij hero If IlImft difficulty with Jour central iystcm wlilcn AftrtUlt FOR1 WATCHES GOOD ONES 1 at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 + 1 tlWJws 7And Watch Repairing uo TO FRED J HEINTZ I 115 K Main IKXINOTON KY PflOTFD M GOODS COMPANYrI I IMWUTKKH GNU DIJAIrUH IX W trGAND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Kefcrcnce 1 Taylor Day Hnel iret lII SILAS Q KA3H M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Oi ice nt resiilcnrc hurl calls unswcruil at all hours Obstetrics a NlecJnltII nOTIIX A KAS- IIATTOHN 11 L1 at LAW HAZEL GREEN KYcc Will practice In the courts of Wolfe mud time nilloInliiK counties ntul nltotul promptly to nil collection entrusted to him Ja 1lULnEEJuD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN ICYJJ JSurcerv 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Paid 20000000Surplus This Hank solicits merchantsmengenernlly andthethe fm Is otlegitimate banning octlSly 0 I rOB 8411Dcsirlnc to cloNO out my Imusined at tida place I oiler for sale nil ofmy Blacksmith Carriage and n Wood WoikersI Tools t eoiiKistiiiK of the latest models Alto 31 ferial cud Supplies u great variety and the best quality Also t Two Saddle and Harness Horses I GOOD ONESaged 5 and J years nolpr i leetly safe Tor mummy one to drive One Frtt i lIOCEElf01J1FOIA1Ttftc fflartles III need of nay of time bore can M pun Imr iilns hv calliiiR on JOHN H KOSK lintel Green Kf I ijlm BJIml JIll A positive and pennJJ1 carderrc atutlb51Reeda ache and all other foroi W Headache or Ncuralgl FrjJbypaper la mentioned Tb- ntorelmrnmptlyheadac6d errelieved the less fretqutDIaJ lie their return until pr ngntlv curedI SoJd by i druggists La CENTS t16 I The Dr WhltehaIlMo SOUTH MEND MOo rVdi r