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to any produced Sizes guaranteed marked SOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY J M ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY ISOLD RELIABLE HUGHES ChillsTON50c 100 Bottles Druggists Havo It IMPROVED TASTE PLEASANT MlRobinsonPeitett KY BODE HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLE- SALEIltBWAll l nd Crtrrp R r CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green 3 Gf FS J1Rp J tnu c 1657 Race St It jLJ CINCINNATI The loading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives HjrSpooial attention to Mail Orders ARAS 8 S t3r Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBER- SNo W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI ttktit r mdt WINCHESTER KY N H WITUERSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier raid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mep chants farmers traders and buihless men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky anA and offers its customers every facility the mostltberni terms within the limitof legitimate lIanklnJoct18l NOTREADS1 nol J1e GEl YOUR tuttorheniU Cntnlogiieft lUll u printed nt UKUAID olllce 4 KENTUCKY KERNELS countyisThe Stato Board of Equalization raised tho assessment of Darren county 155 060 The Green River Times has been started at Rockport Ky by 11 L BarnesIt said there arc several cases of smallpox at Ark nsmall village in Bell countyThe cost to the state for sending the troops to Clay county to protect tho Bakers uses 1000 Tho salary of tho postmaster nt Ash land has been increased 300 and that of Catlettsburg 100 K Stone has been made a member of the advisory committee of time Lexington fair for Scott county A colored lawyer L R Diggs of Lex ington haw located in Georgetown for tin practice of his profession 1rof George II Craft lots been elected principal of thin city school at Elizabeth town nt a salary of 100 per month Henderson is putting a largo pot in the small in tho arrangements for en tertaining tho Kentucky editors next month Hon W C P Breekinridge of Lexington it is said will make the race for congress in tho Ashland district Sen tinelDemocrat RuggW campmeetinp near Fleming burg begins on July 27 this year and closes on Aygnst 6i Eminent divines will bo present lime Fiscal Court of Iulaski county will submit tho proposition to the voters in November lor u bond lIme of 100000 to construct turnpikes Of tine 2010 cleiks required at tho main ollice in Washington to take the twelfth census of the nation Kentuckys apportionment will be S A Floyd county Baptist minister was tried before Commissioner Burns nt Loufjlle day last week for mur fact uring still paraphernalia He was held overJohn rowers tho wealthiest farmer in East Kentucky died on the 8th at his homo in Boyd county His reputed wealth was estimated at a quarter of a millionEditor 0 C Moore of Lexington is to bo entertained with a dinner at Columbus 0 upon his release from the Ohio stato penitentiary Saturday July S by leading Free Thinkers Tho high price of cattle in Montgom ery and adjoining counties has caused young cattle to be sent there from Now York Pennsylvania and Michigan for sale Owingsvillo Outlook The Greenup Gazette announces that LieutenantOovcrnor torthiiigton is a candidate for governor If given anoth er term he would probably pardon nil the convicts nod thus save tho state their keepA combine was effected Juno 21st between the lmus1 111111 printing company and the largo book firm of 111 Morton tC Co and Win Purnell Tine stock company was formed with 30000 cap ital stock It is one of tho Ilargest deals that ever took place in Lexington busi ness circles The Kentucky Press Association will hold its annual meeting at Henderson July 11 and 12 and at the close of th meeting there will be an excursion via Chicago to Petoskey Michigan limo PetoskeyThomost delightful in the history of tho as sociationAn authentic report reached hero yesterday via Uerca that John liar rison living just over tho Jackson county line was shot from ambush and mortally wounded by unknown parties who used a shotgun loaded with buckshot Ho was on his way to tho cornfield when shot No further particulars were given Richmond Register Probably the oldest woman in Madi son county is Aunt Betsy Yates col ored of Kingston who is stopping with her son Charley Yates near the ice fac tory Aunt Bety who claims to bo 100 years old prepared tho wedding sup per when H B Dillingham aril wife wero married 03 years ago and wasnt any spring chicken then having children inhalecral more summers Richmond Reg ister It is not perhaps so essential to the welfare of Kentucky to put an end to the mountain feuds as it is to set forth with perfect clearness to the outside world the fact that these family wars among time mountaineers do not in tho slightest degree reflect the character or condition in tho state at large The portion of our state where they occur iis sparsely settled lacking in fertility and without railroads telegraph wires or newspapers The natives should not be a law unto themselves but time general public of the country should know that they are a people unto themselves and riot representative Kcntuckiaus Big Sandy News r i W P NORRIS 1 Who Was a Citizen of Wolfo County for a- While Writes Entertainingly and Sonds Greeting to Friends JACKSON KY Juno 19 1899 Eniron UEUALD It has been quite awhile since my runny friends of Wolfe have heard from mothe lust time I be Novo when I wits in the war and assocb ating with Alabamians on the now tot ton holds of that state I remember all of tho Wolfo boys who were with mo in our lino of patriotism and will say to them that I had enough of tho war and will not try for any moro I am in touch with an up to dale newspaper outfit and in hunt for a good locution to run either mi uptodate Democratic free silver 1C to 1 anti ex nulSion newspaper or n iiopolititTI good local paper Should anyone know of a good location mind will throw toO III 0 inducumcnt out for mo to come among them with such n laudiblc cause let them communicate with mo hereJackson shows wonderful improve ment during tho past year duo no doubt to my absence A number one bridge spans tho river here Somo 125 new dwellings built on the depot side of tine river and perhaps 10 on the town side Thero are about 0 stores in uckonthno physicians two dentists ono newspaper Tho Hustler 19 lawyers ono college and a vote to bo taken next Saturday for a graded school which will carry Harris housllIIn in counties above here An SOUO brick four story up Update of tho latest mod emu hotel now to bo in course of con struction here H will be lighted by electricity heated hIItenlll and a first class barker shop to bo in it It will ho built by C11 Little on tho sito of tho present Jackson Drug Co the latter building a line drug store on the corner Inlow Thu hotel will bo managed by our popular druggist Dr Jt A lie hannan Vhich iis an evidence of u to ho popular hostelry nod to be called liThe Catalpa lifter a well known tree of that variety now standing on the situ and which will bo loft standing This is u long needed iimprovement for Jackson and u boon to tine traveling public who now have to trudge up a steep hill from the present hotels- Considerablu interest is being mani feted hero in the building of time Ohio Kentucky 11 H from hero into the Caney coal fields and tHose on the in side tell mo that it is only n question of short timo for breaking dirt for sane The moral and religious atmosphere of Jackson iis wonderfully improving duo greatly to the vigilance of time police au thorities and tho hasty execution of the law against tho guilty rime police court is presided over by C X Howling with Charley T Byrd u Wolfo county name for city prosecutor limo blind tiger cannot thrive here rand other evidences of evil art conspicuously absent At the Democratic mass meeting lucre last tSaturday when some GOO men attend ed I never saw a more orderly crowd und perfect soberness prevailed and tho smoothness of it called for tho lavish compliments and admiration of everybody While it unanimously instructed tot IUllJUI linger and lfill much liar mony existed as to forestall nay inroads in tho largo Democratic mnjorty in this county by tho Republicans no matter who tho nominees may boo Alex Craw ford is tho nominee for tho legislature Edward Marcum Walter Day and las G Haily are each talked of as tho Re publican candidate but regardless of who is nominated ho will be subordinated to Crawfords large majority andwho will bo promptly in his seat at Frankfort at tho proper time to vote for Too Blackburn for U S Senator I predict 25000 majority for tho Democratic state ticket this fall which will make it an easy sailing for tho Nebraskan Wm Jennings Bryan and a healthy rebuke to McKin loyism Hannaism and PhUUpinctam in 1900 The late grand jury of Brethitt is also to bo commended for tho noblo weeks work it has just recorded in history 17ft indictments worn returned against all offenses known in tho calender of crime and all indications points to a good omen for Breathitt county in a talk with lion J B Marcuin here ho intimates that ho will bo a can dilate for tho Republican nomination for Judgn of the Court of Appeals from this District While Mr Marcum differs with myself in politics I am quick to appre ciate his legal ability and his enviable standing as a citizen and that if elect ed he will wear the judicial ermine with honor to himself and to his friends In this connection allow mo nt present to express my preference for lion A F Byrd of Campton for our next Circuit Judge and lion A II Stamper of Campton as out next Congressman Theso gentlemen will reflect great credit to their country if elected to these posi tint of eminence and for which thoy aro each particularly fitted Best regards to Tile HEHALD and our many friends in Wolfe W P No situ izzt Logan Johnson and wlfo vrero shop ping hero lt vec1 itft fr crv1o Jj i i j Written for TURIIHRALDJ TKKACUKUY IN TUB PAIITV There WAS a matt aroqnd whoso life Sacred honor once did tic Dot 0 his doing nt Louisville HAS nmde Kentucky wipe her eye Wo lulled hint us Kentuckys pride Kentuckys bright anil honored son But now disgrace clings oer his brow By listening 0 to Goobels tongue A tool by nature honors cause Could never linger in his way Justice and principles thrown aside I tell you friends hus bull that way No more our faith can eer abide In one who ploys a traitors part In one whose heart aiul hands are dyed With fnlseijuss trom the very sfnrt And thus his imniu shall bo erased From Democratic roll of fame Well let him slide for 0 his triekij Jlave nearly caused Kentuckys shamel- imit 0 theres one on this dear loll Whose past ear never show no stain Devoid ot trieks to eonsuivticc true Watt Iltrdin h his honorod niiiue Sr 1Vnsox EXSENATOR A H STEWART Now Sojonrnlng at Swango Springs Is tho Gentleman Who Lout Ills Aid to the Good Roads Proposition Among tho visitors at Stvaugo Springs this season are Dr A II Stewart and wife of Richmond Ivy Dr Stewart former v lived in Floyd county and repIresented that district in time state senate a few years ago And ho it was who introduced and had passed in tho senate n I 1 pikefromobject being to utilize time state convicts in building good roads throughout tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky Tin HintAM hind for six months prior to the meeting of tho legislature advocated the passage of such a bill nod Dr Stewart coniplinientedlint oxperimeut I cone a law at thnt time the mountains would ere tins have experienced an emI of prosperity as yet unknown Lands pmduelsI anti markets for their disposition would havo been easily accessible by reason of transportationIndeed ings would have been almost boundless Aye we should havo flourished oven as t the green bay tree Butnlas I tlioellorts I of fUR HiiiAU nml of Dr Stewart were alike unavailing because tho people of tho bhicgrass who had in yours agono availed of the same aid wo were assitig of the state wero unwilling that we logislatiun had been raised on sassafras mural spice wood ten so far forgot their raising an join in the refrain Tho bill was toII In the house null the death knell to East ern Kentuckys prosperity was sounded Dr Stewart by his heartiness in tho matter at tho time won n warm place in the affections of Tin HKUVII and wo have since held him in high esteem for tho manly stand he made Hut his man liness has made him Before he ran for tho senate nu epidemic of smallpox in 1epopuInto horso and rode the hills and hollows stopping at each hovel and hut whore a suspect was to bo found until the dread disease was wiped out Ho waited not for a cull but went of his own free will and accordwithout remuneration or oven hope of reward lout reward camo in his nomination and election to tho senate anti while filling tlmnG position he- met with and subsequently married a most estimable lady since which time ho hums been n Kiicccatiful practitioner at Richmond Ky ills wHo was n Miss HargisDuring his term ns senator ho served with tho Inniontod Kainoy Plerntt who represented this district in that body was his physician during his ilhicss and after his death came home with remains and attended the funeral obsequies mils devotion to time dead senator is aid to have been brotherly and all who jvoro aware of his affectionate attention were attracted to him lie wins n captain Jin Col Coitions command the Fourth Kentucky during the Apan tlhAmericnn war and though tho exigencies never brought him into active SAryJco ho demonstrated his patriotism and a desire to do his duty which by tine way seems to have been n paramount principle with him lurin till his life Truly virtue hath its own reward Dick Russell U again the miller at my mill and all who have old wheat which hringitin and they will get the heat flour T TAYLOR DAY RovT H AValHn filled his regular appointment at this place last Sabbath If lofLI 1 t Clay County is Qatet y Thoro Is no doubt that Olay county is quiet Tho newspaper reports from there say It is quiet John G White of Winchester says It Is quiet SborhBevI whites undo nays it is quite and 0 B saysitJohnBakeri gufotthatGeorgeWhite Wilson Howard and Burch Stores are also quiet limo living Bakers are nolongchester Clay county is likely to remain quiet All disturbers must remain at a quictcdLcxIlIgton Tho Heflnmnlicratt Insurance Co is one of tho now firms in tho field and hcomposed of good material for tho busi ness vieI Albert Hoffman ono of the oldest if not tho oldest insurance wen in tho state his son wino was born an in surance agent and Willie H Plerntt of our town who has acquired good knowl edge of the business within tho last six months and bids fair to prove tho leer of any who write insurance Willie morn an arrangement with the Iloftmans by which he is to handle tho business in five IlforgnuMeefcepeople of these counties will fund that he is thoroughly reliable Ho isa young minimum of high moralI character strict in tegrity and businoKS enternrifiu and with the Iloflmans to direct and ho to do there is no telling how much insurance they will write When you want your house barn 0111 etc insured see or write to Willio Pioratt and give him tho preference Ed Day who hits been clerking in tho postnllico for some titno past has resigned tho position and will next month go to Midland Texas where his brdther James S Day is in tho hotel business 0 0 Hudson Sharp ft Dohmos tray cling man from New York was n guest of time Day House Tuesday night BrcnthlUuounly gained worldwide ro StrollgAmyfeildnotoriety in having given to the world anti to Kentucky Democracy one David U Rldwino Tom Maync representing tho Ball Wnrlleld Drug Co Ironton 0 wail a guest of tho Day House Tuesday night readyMrMr GoohelliNn ndjnurnthomorrow Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 21 1899 EAST BOUND I No I 1 No1 ii No FSTATIONS Dully ex Dully ex Dully ex Suutiny Supday Sunday lAMlve PM LVCIAMLVO 7 15 2 25Lexington am jtm 1 a Avon 8 10 nin 2 CO jim A A am Winchester 810 urn J 10 jin 0 60 nit- Ld1JuncnJ 8 15 am 3 22 hum 7 25 am Indiiin fids U 00 um 118 pin 8 14 um Clay City 0 10 urn a HU pm 11 00 nut Stanton 1V 25 am 4 00 pm 11 20 out FiUon U iO um i 10 pm 11 61 Rbi Dundee 0 I7 um 4 30 pm 12 25 put Nat Bridge 0 M am 4 35 fpm 12 30 pad Torrent 10 08 um- Henttyvo 4 40 pm1 10 put Jo 10 21 nun 5 It pm l16 pro Tnllcgn 10 30 ant 5 35 pm 8 04 pm Athol 10 fit am J5 43 pm 3 23 pm Jackson 11 30 am 0 IB pm 43opnt WEST BOUND I I I No6 STATIONS ox NO 3 Dally ex IINo1 Rally Sunday Jackson C 40 am 2 2ptd 6 45 UlU fitTnllegntllcnttyvo Jc 0 41 am U 20 pin 8OORW Torrent 7 02 am 341 pm OObanr Nat Bridge 7 18 ani 4 01 pm 1000 ant Dundee 7 23 am 4 08 ptu 10 19 nm Filson 7 34 am 4 10 pm 10 4S am Stnnton 7 48 nu 4 80pm 1120 am Clay City l57 11IJ4affJin i2 4C1 pun Indian 1 ldn 8 14 am 401pm 1 05 pm LKJunon 8 31 Am 6 08 pm 1 SO pm Winchester TB 44 t11G20lm 3 10 pm paxgJ llBAKn QchJ JianUgeN OI1AB SCOTTj Oen Pass Agent II i Rod j CarIMIraln JCnVci MoCauseyattoejoeJ at1- in J connecting with train atsZetk- hit Sterling Ileturaiip laiavvatt ttq at 4 pma J JJA 1 JtlUPtf r i l I V f I i V i trAt I w r- n I C It 1 i t r- r 6q e a r- tr u A + 3 ar I r- z C- 1rr 4ialL t f I s t ti 4i r tl 1 rYl 1 ii- tir + nia rY r r r i rrr 4 Iu7- t s M i M i tla ea neh tk t 4l sy- Rr t rt i i F i f r I 1st 1 I I It I r 4 II- t1 j i u r IIr I Ir Iz k t Mr 4- t + ti r iE HERALD BPINOEX COOPER Baiter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 20 1890I Tin convention which convened on Wednesday tho 21st inst to nominate Democratic candidates for the various state offices on Tuesday last nominated Hon Win Qoobol of Kenton county for governor on the twentythird ballot tho voto being 500 for GoobolI tend 6Z1 for Hardin Stono with draws from tho contest and a majority of his followers flocking toI tho Konton county candidate mado his nomination Ho wont into tho convention tho weakest man in tho lot and ho emerges from it the weakest candidate that could havo boon chosen from tho trio Trick ory and treachery wore twin com panions throughout tho session ofl tho convention which will go down in history us tho most disgraceful political mooting ovor hold in Kentucky It is known of all that Gen P Watt Hardin was rob bed of ovor 100 votes in tho outsot and it is now generally thought as flu HKHAU intimated whet Copt Stono entered tho contest that ho waS running in the intorst of Mr Goobol As Charley Bron o stop said tho convention scorns to havo boon in tho hands of assassins cutthroats nod thiovoH und thoir choico iH anything but pleasing to tho groat mass of Democrats throughout tho commonwealth nut wo shall soo what wo shall sue Wo have hoard nothing whatever of tho othor candidates at this writing A natty tho action of ludgoJ D B Redwino in his capacity of chair man of tho utato convention holdI at Louisville several prominent Democrats of tho Hazel Groon pro cinct havo requested us to an o nounco that there will ho a moot ing hold horo on Saturday afternoon next at H oclock for tho purpose of condemning his course which they claim was unfair un just ungontlonmnly and arbitrary Tho gentlemen who demand this mooting are allI good Democrat and havo horotoforo boon partisans of Judge Rodwino but they do nounco his courHO in that conven tion as damnable and disgraceful A full attendance of tho Domo cratio votors of tho procint is re quested TIIK Democratic Stato Conven tion hits originated n now hot woathor drink It is called Ito 1 Wino with Crushed Ico and wn suggested by tho RedwinoGoobol1 autocracy It is intended to bo ti pun on tho namo of tho temporaryy chairman and an allusion to tho unspeakable coldness of Senator Goobol REPUBLICANS aro rejoicing at tho nomination of Mr Goobol by tho Domoorats but in tho language ofr that dolognto who when nakedI how ho liked tho nomination ro plied CI With fill Goobol an tho nominee and tho Goobel bill toI back hint who in tho hcnn boat him I was seriously afllictod with a cough for several years and las ti fall had a moro sovoro cough the evpr boforo I have used ninny vrofnedios without recoiving muchi relief and being recommended to try bottle of ChamborlainsCough knowingmoj too I tried it and with tho mos gratifying results Tim first bottlo relieved mo vory much and tho second bottlo has absolutely cured mo I havo not had as good health RespectfullyMrs Arkn Sold by JT Day L t i AI 1 111 L IEDWINEIDIIOI10E Rodwino ism object losson n awful example and a lurid expla11 nation of lawlessness Ilodwino is a judge j a mountain judge Lot us hope thoro arc not many like him but ho shows what a Judge will do and11 how littlo justico n litigant ma expect unless ho and tho Judgo belong to tho samo political ring For two drays Rodwino has stood on tho platform at Music HullI simply to throttle by force and i necessary by active violence tho will of tho Democratic party Ho has no scruples j ho has no con science j ho has as yet no regretC Ho is thoro to servo owes his position to fraud ut tho county convention and ho intends that tho state convention shall not punish that fraud Last night fifty roughs tools o tho most desperate political adven turers in Louisville packed tho platform j ouch man hold a specie1 permit from Rodwin and was Rodwinos orders Hundreds of others of liko chart actor and with Rodwino creden tials wore scattered through tho hall and tho representative char actor of the convention was de stroyedRodwino was playing the role of Cromwell rand subjecting the con vention to tho will of ono master This man who is called a judge in tho mountains was put on tho rack by Bronston and his fills o pretenses stripped from him and ho strands today tho roost duspiHe- parson in Kentucky politics Rodwino was tho nominal choice of the delegates in the hulloj f tho delegates recognized by John ston Yet holding his credentials from those delegates about to call on those delegates to voto on a com mittoo report Redwino for two drays has refused to permit a callI of tho counties j has denied that ar convention in its representative capacity exists and lugs refuse- oven to put n question of adjourn ing himself deciding that goes tion in accordance with tho neces sities of tho Goobol1 conspirators If these delegates cannot vote on n motion to adjourn they usurped1 powor when thoy voted for a tom porary chairman anti Rodwino iis usurping functions still inherent in tho representatives of tho party anti ovary decision ho has mado iis null and void bocauso of frnud Louisville Pest- STRIKERS CALLED DOWN Starp Talk to the Democratic State CanI Broaatoulyellso ing you sit down just ono moment Groat confusion I ap near as a partisan of no candidate I como to ask my followIentocrat- to linear mo just ono moment Ihu lifrIB momont in tho hands of cutthroats and assassins Groat applause and I want t appeal to tho sober judgment o tho people horo assembled who aro representing tho toilers in tho Hold workIcountry my np o peal in its essence is that you must bo patient for two hours longer I want to beg my followDomocrata to sottlo thoir toils right horo No such arbitrary ruling of tho chair mull as wo had a moment ago should drive Democrats from tho party That is exactly what thoy mingledn1 A voice Nobody hisses but a snako I taro not for your hisses I havo not asked to bo hoard by tho hired thugs from tho slums off thits pistols and knives I do not ask thorn to hoar mo I wave at themi my hand in contempt and say that you could bo as easily bought tho other way Great cries And I saytoI I bJM I havo tried appeals Wo have tried pleadings Como back to this hall at 8 oclock Liston Cries and cheers lasting somo minutes I I want to say another word and I am duo Cheers Those of you who I want to go out can do so lam not kropng you Shall I finish 1 ot yes yes with loud cheers 11PrieR You 3an not run us off that way Wo will stand our I grtund Shall I go u Cries yes yes Como back atSoclockwith this dotormination that if this ohair prosfontvontion against thewill of time dol ogntos thou we will elect n chair man that wont adjourn Cries rand cheers Wo till not bo driven from this hall Will you comp Will you como and stray until wo got through Cries null cheers God bless tho old Democracy of Kentucky I am through Make no mistake because it is tho party nutsfGroat applause want you to hoar Mr Rhea Lot him talk to you There seems to be some mis isrhonest to himself can misunder stand what I said I said come back at 8 oclock 1 said meet with your regularly organized tlolega tion And 1 further said if tin re was any attempt t adjourn you without your votes that wu would elect another chairman anti hold the convontion Grunt applause and donfolling cries Mr P Kotclmm of 1iko City Cul81S During my brothers late sickness from sciatic rhouma tism Chamberlains Pain Halm was the only remedy that gave him any relief Many others hno testified hichdthis liniment allords For snlu b T TI Day RAILROAD Tho Extension of tho Ky S A Ry a Probability The Agitator is informed that the CO people an now cons l ering the feasibility of an oxtun sinn of tho Ky it 511 railroad There scorns to here boon a misap prehension as to the outlay neces spry to make tho rood Tho hill botweon this place and Rothwull lossdl Krado lit ifilll4ilh out a tunnell ami by mnkinga two hundred lfoott tunnel on the coal thogradenpprunching thutun nol would Ibo easy By an tasy grado up tin bratioh behind jroomvnde hotel tho top of the vast plateau tthat extends throughout Easternl Kentucky can Ib reucbod anti tho inixhauclil la suppluf timber and cannel coal reached There is also another route that has boon surveyed rind found practicable Myers Fork of Beaver route Since it has beon domonstralod that tho hill between hero and Uothwoll is no longer a bug boar and that thin building of tho other port of tho road is remarkably cheap tho pros ponds for a road scent good Tho Licking Valley route will of course ho abandoned as soon as they find that to build the road above tho month of Beaver that a tunnel or bridgo will bo tho result every few miles vicinitytmoans of information in tho hands of tho railroad people nod to bring to notice the vast mineral and countrylBud mann cn1ntkoops moropeo plo in poor circumstances than any other ono cause To bo successful ono must look ahead andplanahead so that whoa n favorable opportu nity presents itself ho is ready to take advantage of it A littloloro thought will also save much ox ponso rand valuable time A pru dent and careful marl will keep a bottlo ChamberlainsColic Cliol era and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house tho shiftless follow will wait until necessity compels it nod thou ruin his boat horso going for a doctor rand havo a big doctor bill to pay besides j ono pays out 25 conts tho other is out n hundred dollars and thou wonders why his neighbor is gotting rich whilo ho is getting poorer For solo by J T Day Till HERALD and tho Courier Journal both ono year for 1 cash IAIKIWf Clean tool Mcr fur unto OLII this oUlce at 30 cent per 100 4 Greot CLOTHING Sole At Louis Gus Strous s LEXINGTON KY I r O 6 1 Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500 i Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 500 j Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 i ij j Best 25c Underwear in theWorld t Departmentiss I in fit workmanship c we defy the world Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing i Ii is complete representing the products of all j the leading manufacturers of the United States J We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction f Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods Our reputation for the past thirty years isii a sufficient guarantee LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers J = u THAI lj i IN Clj i Ai JD 1 fEED S1JABLES tr L I liuvo oiieiiw my Training Anel feed Stable mid will keep on hand plenty of feed nnd 111111111flf I desirhorwspasture at reasonable rates i f J r u 1 J VI f jnJ k rrI Y Y STr I t6 A Tical i l Also for the convenienco and acconthh iiiodution of guests of the Day House all Hazel Greco and L Park Hotel at Torrent I havo opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses nnd hacks for hire at nil times Per sons wishing n vehicle to meet them at + McCausey can telephone uitTand have any iIi for hire to drummers which will be Inl cuahc VI earctat unvers lUlU tor WIIICII uley cnncontract by the lily for any length time ofI non intending to visit Day and Swango Springs will be met at either IMcCansey or Ton en t with team nod driver and I will have pleasure in ship l ping iDRYi PRkUtelii J TAYLOR DAY A F A tIIY4N JRTf- te LeaaIg llgliget of Easter Kontnctul Offices Boattyvillo Jackson Hazel Green 1 tt has charge of the Hazel Green office and all W H PI E R ATTe e k I I bu8ines entrusted to him will receive prompt attention PATRONIZE A nOME AGENCY I RESTORED MANHOOD iaiPILLS ouedleerelorthegonorauvoor7 YouthfulRrrorsIellmaWorryIum ton And mnU With yorr5 order we leeewritten guen loonJoroSoek i4 C f1 j I I 1 K c IV4 3