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C TT T1WW7 i- tY Yil k- yfir l1- f4 n I to 4f q Iir I t 1 I 1 HERALDS Mt I err Made Famoua In tho Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max ORell S ou a aSIT1aN11 YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE j j t COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1000 NUMBER 15 1 81 J iMviitir oIr tool l II nTh0 Oldestt Mostt Popularf Most WidelyI CirculatedI I and Most Quoted Paper IIn the Kentuckyt M DuntaI IeonIKIl in VKAR Atha w 4 ra 1 t i J i HG rROBINSON BEATTYVILLB KY j 102jIt N1 H VGllES co e LOUISVILLE KY e Manufacturers of HighGruclo e Vi iic t tpp Solh its orII i lroi tit 1I1IdIlUlI8 of till i mountains niul guarantees Mitkfuettnu A 1 Inail order will receive prompt intention t pAT0 N S WARFJELD o Onoff LARTISC o dHAZEL GREEN KY lairNbaaitShafIpoohigi ic ia tin1 bill t stvli Shop open Wednesday anil 8tonly Iar lllt I111 HARTFSELDJJ l rllll Ky JUTKKSK- XTHCUCCENHEIRflER Co tjClIlImn VA ilulporlttll ndl JoMars tf Dry Goods N- o4tfens nod IKiini y UiMnlH Vi niHiiufiicturc the well known II PKATSALL IantHaiul OvcralN 1Ildullr orders until you see him II ropooop oeooaoooooaot + oooaooooaooooooco4- I t I1 A KASII W II issn t P IIASH I I of lCAS11II rive special attention to iolUctions 0900DOJ0040400000lOPOOod P04POdd00oo90- F u p J BAKERI llriiiliiiiirt TN Itui liotirylllr Ky JEIIIsl STIwjj RionaraSOQ Bros SnOB COJ J f Nashville TennM- aiiuructiirirsPt and loliliorn of STA1MK and ClsTmi1 SIIOKS carries n full Iline of- ratupb iiiil KiHiits your trade S Ily I DR M C lASIIIPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Oticctt Hay HUIHC UAKI GKKBX KY Will answer calls tinyor night Sur gcry obstetrics 11111 iliojisvs litfemales Ii i sprcialtv Keeps a supply of mcdiC TIC + J W CltAVKf lvu L I 111 CRAVEN 3 RASH l 7 I II 11G GRIT KY I lv Inve n niue 1it arxt H1I a full stock ol t COFFINS nod CASKKTS on hniul nt nil time which will liu sold on tho most run kutmlilu turms c Mr Willie Barb will art as funeral direc tor anti furnish cofliu and henna upon re quest Soliciting the public 1trollllgokc are respectfully etc JOHH BURNS ADAMS I r SiIVefsmitII aQa Jeweler LEE CITY 3CY 1 uuocoooooooooccoouuuasu- I ItepafrA Clocks lPatcttel and Jewelry of all khuls at the lowest prices and gUlunn tees aatffaetton 111 nil cuestll 3SpecIa1 r I 14 x- cs a u 1dts+ COUNTY NEWS NOTESL 0 I D3rTo Insure insertion AM corresV loluhIICC mllst ho ill this oAico by IUItIthntmornitl1 Onrcornrepondentsereitrritinduti r tlJljwillpapers except the week they have undependentwhen they fall to send in tholr favor they put us to great Inconvenience I TOLIVER TOPICS I Old Aunt Annio Cox is reporter to bo very ill Miss Alicu Hurst spont Sunday with yo scribe Dr Kush mid wife passed through tills part Sumlny iwmiiig Two of the Origsbys SpOilt Tuos day night at John I hirsts ClOt Swan 1 spent Sunday owning with Hnnford Mannin 113 0 Tauilw of Haxcl Own I gave us a ploiiPiiiit call Monday morning MrsI Jloco Swan o was the pleas ant gout at A IL Swangos part of last volc Rev II M Mannin and Harry Cocil took dinner with Bruce Bowl ing Sunday H B haleyof Shnrpbnrg giivo 11 HSwango a pleasant call Saturday Pee H M Mannin and Clot is irwango attended services at May town Sunday night MillardI Hichio and wife of May town spont Sunday with K T1 Knsh anti wifo Hurry Cecil spont Saturday night with Cletis Swango and said ho was still a candidate Mrs Garland Donis will soon leave for Illinois whore she will niakf her foray home George Cox and Henry Ward passed through Tolivor Sunday en route to see thou host girls Mrs Kate Low whoso illness was mentioned in last weeks is sue is reported soino hotter Willie Cox of Menofee in comI pauywith his bride visited friends J and relatives in this part Friday 1151IMrs John Nickoll of Ezol injj company with broth rinInw Wjj Low paid her mother a visit Saturday I night and on their 11JJ homo Sunday gave us 11 pleasant cnllIMrs A B Swango in company I rith her littlo son Olivor loftII I Sunday morning for Mt Sterling whore she ttvill visit her father nndf from there to Moorofiold whore she will visit hor brother and other relatives Sopt 21 SCIUIIKMOX SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Rush Swango was up about Days born Sunday Dr A II Stewart is visiting his mother and othor relatives at Himlman this wonk Mrs Larkin Lowe and children of Consolation spent Sunday with James Biso and family J F Btirboo and wife of Millers I trying tho virtue oCI burg Swango wllorII Henry Stout and Sam Huff who were guests of tho Swango House loft Sunday for thoir homos in Nicholas Iud Fleming countio9jj Among tho many callers at the Springs last week vn noticed i Misses Johnson and Rawhngs of the Kentucky Wesleyan academy iourtoni i Groon academy i Anthony Lowe j of Tolivor and Daniol James of Ilushton III Sept 21 UNO DAYSBORO DOINGS Mrs S C Alexander is vary ill with typhoid fever Kollio Hano3 of Florida passed Lore Monday t n i Ai t i F 1r it Hillgtrt1SaturdayQuito a crowd from hero attend ed the funeral on Gilmoro Sun day lasti MtllnrH Wallon of Jackson iin lhtlst nf his grandparents Mr nuts Mrs C M1 Fallen 1ayloi1r Camptonwere tilt guestst of JI J W Taulboe Saturday night Miss fary Hrennnmnn Mollio Onoy and S II Nickolls flat buggy ridingout this way Saturday Sept 24 LENt MONTGOMERY COUNTY 1SPENCER ITEMS isitingtnear reportodt1 I dangerously in with T5 jlCilgore the hnrdwnromnn was in town one day last week Our town WIIH full of life Sun dayeveningall the young folks were driving C E Led ford formerly of Ruth well now of Howards Mill spout Sunday at home Mrs W G Roasor anti 1 D Yocum aro visiting their sister MrsI 1111 Pilrntt of Bethel Sewol Combs and wifo of Camp ton are visiting the families of S A Dull and 11 C Lodford this weok j V W Waldon the hustling I Itlncksmith is hock on Spencer once more and asks his friends to give him a call The chestnut harvest will soon hI hon Tim young folks aro all planning for a days outing in the woods Missos Anna hell McDonald and Bnrnien Hall two belles of Bowen wore the guests of the MissosI Lo1 fords from Saturday until Mon dayS H Dun timid son HiMiry Iloft Saturday for Virginia to visit rela thOR They will also hey three or Yiur car loads of cattle C1llK Duff and Misx Elizabeth1 IMoratt are to ho married at the home of the brides hither Tues day Sept 25 Wo extend con gratulations Misses Lydia Ledford Ethel Cole and Gworgo Barnes att ndod church at JelVorsonvilloJ i Sunday and were entertained at the home of Mrs Fletcher They report a I leasaiit timoIBurl the fou toononrtll son of Dave Vilson died at his llOnwI near Antioch Tuesday Tho re J mains woro interred in the family Hiring grounds Wo extend our I sympathy Sept 24 SUN SIUNK MORCAN COUNTYII MAYTOWN MISSIVESf Clay LitUof Iomoroyton was visiting his cousins MissesI 011 lie j and lFronco Neil last 8ulldlII Mrs Rosa May of near Mt Sterling is visiting hor mother Mrs W IP Sample of this pjaec Willio Clark Cfeorgo Cox and II I C Ward Of Tolivor attended church at this place Sunday lust Claude Day has roturnod from an extended trip through Mont J gomery county Yo scribo hud an enjoyable timo oh Thursday night last at tho cello mill just below town Quito i a crowd of tho youths and aged citizens of our town and commu nity woro present numbering 45I in mill Sopt 21 LKOLKNK CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs A1 Blankonship is still quito ill- Miss Ada Cecil visited her aunt Mrs S H Jackson Sunday Charley Caskoy and Oscar Pay lor wore in Consolation Sunday E L and Clarence Blankonship wont to Breathitt county Saturday Wonder what tho attraction is Tho schoolfof this place has orII ganized n socioty which promises to Provo a success- MonroOGovodon of Grassy LickI passed through hero Friday with a bright smile on his face- T M Leo and wifo visited thoir undo Sylvester Roman Iud re1orlAuntMisses Myrtio Gillaspio and Lil lie Oldfiold attended Sunday school at tho Caskoy school house Sun dayS H Khun visited his fathers family lust wook nod wns accom partied homo by his father Fri daySept 2l KINNIM A Short Catoclilsni on Freedom Tho Now York Times bolitviH NUY1Iunpornlist opposition crumbles und tRIdeclaration that it is our Pnrpoo to establish in the Philippines a government suitable to the wants conditions of the inhabitants and to prepare thorn for solfgov monmont and to give them self govern mont when they are ready for it and IIH rapidly as they are ready for it1 As Mr McKinley will not of course answer questions diuignod to uncover his moaning and to disI cover his policy perhaps our con temporary will furnish tho an HWOIH to a short catechism 1 What IH tho hdfgovornmont of a people and what tines 11 r McKinley mean by this term t2 Who is the rightful judge as to what sort of government is suitable to tho wants and condi lions of fie inhabitants of the Philippines If Mr McICinloy or tho congress of tho United States is that judge whnt is thin source and nature of their authority a Aro the inhabitants of those islands or aro they not endowed by thoir Creator with certain un alionablo right among which are life liberty dill the pursuit of happiness 41 1 If they have no such natural or divine endowments have they any rights except such as wo may See fit to grunt thorn Have whites und blacks n right to govern them selves but not browns r If as congress proclaimed in declaring war upon Spain thin peo plo of CulmUUI and of right ought to be froo timid indopondHiit why lire not the lFilipinos in tin same category Mr McKinley says that UIFree lout is a rock upon which the rlIpublican party was founded und that Liberty is tho grout republi elm doctrine These are linn words hut just what is the republican definition and application of Free I dom and Liberty as applied to tho inhabitants of tho Philippines 7 Aro government without con sent and taxation without repre sentation tyranny when applied to us but philanthrophy when ap plied by us- Answory to those questions made in all sincerity would wo bo hove tend to elucidate Utho para mount issue which Mrl McKin loys now phrases tend somewhat to obscure To borrow n Bible quotation A Mouse divided against itnell cnllI nolBtand Paraphrasing 1 Lincolns III Declaration I may add that this nation cannot endure half republic and half colonyhalf froo and half vassal Our form of government our traditions our prosont inter ests mind our future welfare all forbid our mitering upon n career of conquest AV J Bryan Our republican friends virtuous ly accuse Mr Bryan of being an imperialist They charge that ho dominates his party This is n crime which at least cannot bu laid at the door of the major Ho lives but to oboytho trusts Tho majors hurry to haul down tho flag in China suggests that thoro are moro traitors in this country than Edward Atkinson W 2 + f r r Fou SALEA scholarship tboI KClltuok7Unnt this ollieo Homo young man cauIaavo several dollars tf Hazel Green ilfloaeigm NormaWPreparatiiry School jj- t 0HE Plftcciilli Session of Uj llJIIAimr GREEN ACAD KM Y will begin on Tuesday Sept11th1900M Pull enurcc 111111 department will bu timlntnlnud Vii11 Cord n principal and n full corp nl competent ns Ut nut will future the contlnuid BiiiccKN of thin well known iiutl partiuulnrsWMI II CORD t indtestrJJ3m tl WINCHKSTKU KY N II WITIIKKSlOON Prculdmit 11 D HUNTKH QAihter Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 15000000 Till Hank tollcltn tho uecounti of mar chant fllrllllrll trader nml htulucAk men Kiinurally throughout Knxturn Kentucky and odorltneustonn+ rsuvuq fllol1lty and till most liberal turllll within tiro ilunlts of ugltintate Imnklni onUSIy codthKkrlchl allcctnIDICherntent sent upon requenl Intcul nccmcd CJlIICIIICJnltIIInohrrwith lit ilmte III Tlllt IATItNT JtKCOHI- mi lltiMtrnteil and widely circulated journal outiKiiltril tiy Mil IIU rnctlll rr nod Inventor Scud fur wimple copy FREK Addreu VICTOR EVANS A CO Patent Attorneys lrns Building WASHINGTON D f- tt for acceptable IdMf A State If patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md tiubtcrlptlon price of the lAT JT HKOORU 100 pot annum Uaianlci roJO +AnfOUnacmcni + Ior ltnin niiiilallvn IllIt DUtrlrt 1Ei olrWIJ nru nutliorlMiI to nn JAMK8 H CKCIL of MorKiin county im H candidate fur lloprc Rtulntlvo to tie MKlHlnturu far Morgan nUll Putty coiititii kulijcct to the iiutlon nf the riuopratlt pnriv mlDtt1Idnlrl OAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AND DEBIdNII Hoed rnnr budlnniillr it to Waahrn laa- an c time coil Initi hotter lenrloe prtUalaUJI- liiwmrM riKIOHAI ATTXKTIOIf OIYUCIITEAU ACTUAL XtrXBtCHOS ol How U M4lB r toU- tU Iet tips r tMlf trtnttt UrMk X 0 Hum J r e4lT uphill notf wlthrat fcuf la ttt INVENTIVE AGEmuinUt UUrutrtBUi rwUnu iBr- En CoSIGGEHS TTTTTTDESIONS1RAD ARIC PATENTS OB TlH 1 ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notlcolo InTenllTO ARe FREEllookllowtoobUlnl AAta w Charge miMlrmtt No fee till patent U Mcsre4 IxitUrt itrlcUr confldontl A14r k E O SICQERS PIlent Li rierW ihlngton DOtt SPUING 19 OtTrees P1a1s Vinerj Mri riYr r- r KveiythltiK for Orchard Lawn nnd lurjfcn 4 Tin llargc t stock In Konluckvof 4j t fL r IFrnU and Ornamental Trfifjr1 grape vinci Slrawtierry plant AI 1JUhubnrb and good ordlal rfy nich establishment eilerM r IrStrawberry jAtaloguei to bo had IH a Ion to f J TL P- Telepheae IItLLM ft2T9 fnJv 1 1 9 t oj 1PL 1 ct Jt 0 J y3 If Iir r ll- st y1 i o w t I r f- It d P f 0 t At n 1 rwr rr THE HERALD IPEHOEH COOPER 5 Editor i HAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY September Vii 1000 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR 1ItRSIIiSNTaWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of NobniBku Fell VIOB IllKHIDKNT ADLAT E STEVENSONof fall ao1titxttn J C WJ1ECKHAM of Nelson County Volt OONQIIKHi J HANlORI WHITE of IEBtill County IN A letter received at this placo Saturday night Stato Superintend out McChesnoy announced that tho August examination papers hind Moon graded and that Minn Minnio L Day had received stato certifi Cato her grado being tho highest attained by any applicant in the stato during the your WOO When wu consider the hundreds of applicants for state certificates from allover tho state including novoral graduates from bluegrass colleges and the principal of one of the loading schools of Kastorn Ken tucky as this li tcliclnud reflect that tho highest honor comes to tho little town of Jhuol Groon we are indeed proud and wo congrat ulate Miss Minnie upon hor sue cess Sho is ono of tho most stu dious young ladies in this section Ilor ambition has over been to oxcol and by hor indomitable on orgy sho has succeeded even beyond hor most sanguine hopes Hut those who know her best know also u that sl o is entirely deserving of tho iionor Sho is obodiont atYoction ato null kind to father mother brothers and sistors and thus ful fills tho measure ofn dutiful daughter in all that it implies Indeed wo are proud of hor achiev mont not alone for hor sake but for tho fact that sho is n native ofh our town anti was educated at hazel Groon academy tho studonts I of which have always gono to tho t forefront when anything extraor I dinary was to bo awarded Only n fow years since throo other stu donts of this iinstitution wore till only onos to obtain state certifi cates out of a multitude of appli cauls and if anything could more oloarly1 demonstrate the thorough training of a school than the ox to ample of Miss Minnio Day and tho th oo others MissLula KashTohn Will Tnulboo tuul Ova Swango why inured wo should bo pleased rji td know what it could bo In i rt crowning Miss Day therefore with athddllaurel wreath sho has so valiont S ly Won upfln this occasion it isbut propor that Prof Cord should havoII ioafthfiTO of thojraiso as ho was a t prime factor ht hor preparation asI f npHxewinnor fJ THK t111n h1n1tto of McKinlo- y11cddptit IB reported mado 40 f- i i 1snfour days in Nebraska+ llaIIit OIIstick bockIW t1 c 1 t J THERE is Bomo talk of another session of tho legislature to bo called immediately after tho pros out body adjourns the purpose of which is to gerrymander this appel late court district so as to mako it safely domocraticand insure the de feat of tho republican candidate lion Ed C OKcar Now there iis not in Kentucky a democrat who would rejoice moro over the defeat of Ed ORoar than wuld wo from n political standpoint notwithstanding wo hold him in tho higest esteem personally But to defeat him by a gerrymandering of the district would bo a disgrace to tho democratic party If wo can defeat him in an honorable straightforward manly mummer wo say lot us defeat him But for tho salvo of the proifd old common wealth of Kentucky although her fair name has been stained by ways that are dark and tricks that are vain dont steal time oloctiun from him Politics is hell we are toldI and any sane man who looks at tho measures to which ollico seek ors too frequently resort must acknowledge time fact But do not for the honor that still remains to time dear old commonwealth furth or miner hor escutcheon by so foul a crime as to gerrymander tho dis trict right upon tho uvo of tho elec tion It would ho n shnmo to do so and tho democratic party would foul tho effects of it for years to come beginning with Limo election this fall A trick of that sort aye that trick itself would cost tho democratic party 10000 votes in tho state and wo honestly believe that notwithstanding tho prestige of Mr Bryan with the people today it would lose to him the state Tho thing is too palpably plain upon its taco to boar tho scrutiny of any honest thinking noun and if tho legislature permits a fow oflico seeking hothouse polticiaiiH to control it to tho extent of com mitting such a crime posterity will point to the act with disgust before tho decade has died and continue always to do so The democratic party has always main tained its dignity by fair dealing and at this lute date to resort to anything so infamous just to please a fow hot headed politicians would indeed bo dastardlyI Gentlemen of tho general1 assembly consider this thing well ore you sully your own fair named with HO foulII stain that time oven can not elTacu it and net like men Tut JTKitun stands now as it over humus ready and willing to do all within its powor to defeat Mr ORonr or any other man who is so unfortunate as to bo the nominee of the repub lican partytut wo do not propose to bo a party to any measure that looks to looting Its a moans of suc cuss without at least entering 1 i protest against it If it be the will of tho people wo will defeat Mr OKour without rosorting to such unfair moans and wo had hotter concede him the election that to steal it from him Honesty in this instance will prove the policy for tho democratic party and it behooves us to PO Tthat it bo adopted olso it will cost us dearly in tho defeat of good democrats now anti hereafter J MnToxiVuxEii former United States Minister to Liberia and a republican orator mid organizer of national influence and reputation huts announced his intention to tako the stump for Bryan Mr Turner says that tho negro soldiers who served during tho war with Spain acutely resented Col llooxo volts declarations that ho hud to drive tho niggers buck to thoir duty at San Juan Hill Mr Turn er is organizing a club of negro Spanish war veterans to defeat Roosevelt J Subscribe now for TUE HKUALD E no lION JOHN L WALIKU who was United States consul to Madagas car under President Harrison and later a captain in tho 2Urd Kansas volunteers which did valiant sor vice in tho war with Spain is one of tho leading colored mon in this country Ho stumped tho United State for eight years under tho auspices of tho republican national committee and was consideredt ono of its most efficient orators Writing to a friend in Indianapolis under Into of August 20th ho says I have just road Col Bryans masterful1 effort at Indi anapolis his speech accepting tho democratic nomination of presi dent of tho United States His speech will road well beside those of tho groat Lincoln Sot me down for William Jennings Bryan TUB martyred and lamented governor William Goobol left Hazel Green ono year ago Monday morning at 10 oclock The day was Sunday and tho night before ho spoke to an immense crowd of tho citizens of this and of Morgan county who had assembled to hear hint And such was tho magne tism of time innn that many who canto hero opposed to him Wlro his ardent admirers after hearing his address anti they still revere his memory MAUK HAXNA tho republican Doss is real angry with the coal trust for not holding oft tho strike until after tho oloctioif Then ho would hot have cared whether tho dinner pail was full or not According to Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury Taylor tho repub lican congress will repeal tho Chi noso exclusion act and permit till Boxers to flood the country with cheap labor This while IHOOGO minors are straving in the United States Workingmon of America what do you think of tho proposi tion Is it not time to stop and think Lincoln said that tho safety of this nation was not in its Hoots armies its forts but in the spirit which prizes liberty as till luTitago ofall mOil in all lands every whore and ho warned his country mon that they could not destroy this spirit without planting the seeds of despotism at their 01- 1dounWJ Bryan Adlai E Stevenson who by the way never shot a man in tho hurl or busted a bronco is drawing greater crowds to listen to his sober words of wisdom than all the rod lights tin horns and roughriders are drawing for Teddy tho Stron uous Tho democratic party is entitled to tho highest respect because it is animated by tho highest and no blunt of purposes a purpose iden tical with that which inspired tho patriots and heroes of 1770 y Tr Tho coal miners of Pennsylvania are unreasonable And they are lacking in courtesy when they de cluoto endorse Major McKinlnys beautiful prosperity romance as gospol truth 2 = wr Gll ITAIONLY WHITE TAR SOAP IN TUE WORLD SpIsunit jurincJ t i rand ftixri irtullic i l tdc trijviln every wayIt contains all flic healing and anuet tic prxrics of the black tar Marc suih mire rccJom from their objcc tjonaMe features It u neither towel nor wash bowl for its lather I + snx vliitr It usher in Hard or soft water far more Imly than other tar soaps and being icu crcent JHIIC outUits any ofthe tilled sops of equal elec- fecvtraots much more elyccrlne than ether SNIp tanJ thin t tetlicr yIth iti wit thick lather nuke rt a Lingamoagshampoooas In the fceamcnl of skin scalp and hair disease allonualed case n l dandrult scaM heat fall Ing hair etc Whltar U highly recommended Physicians recommend it for babies baths and In cases of chafe or brat rub the soap is t ccuUarly cd caclous tsk your dealer for if MANUFACTURED DY W CLINTON SOAP CO CLINTON IOWA v TKO LEADING CLOTHING HOI H 1 F f ENTUC V 1 j Louis Gus Str us i 7CP4XINsrTc r3e NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 440000 Worth of Fine Clotnill I AT THE OLD PRICES i 111youlBeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful Clay worsted Suits at5005 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and II iChildrens Clothing We LargestinWhen you come to Lexington make our store your headquarterst0US GUS STRLUSN LEXINGTON KY tfaTMsiil Orders Filled Promptly 5 0 r Ac o olJo J17o o JlawLho o o73Utio o1JLJ1o oW fin Orator Speaks with Grace only when ijis 1Iothes fit dim Gracefully tLlk every one he would beaIII ut emu in Ill tltlintt clothes O s IfIIt t j t dose 0 11 Companr jJthlajJ l one of them stilts The Kit and the Qunllty o are there What mow do you want If till 1 price IH rlcht 1 We will sec to THAT IIIItIJyou will net more satisfaction hut youoever hud before IF YOU COME EARLY Iyou will jet a shndu the beet of it so do o nut delay t i trrAMPLES DISPLAYED DY lit I SOLE AOENTS r I IlJfJ0- rl oaC JE I tIt U wn iijI I I TifiiMOOi 1 I FOR HORSES i I F srae us I stands nt the head ofnll veterinary remedies Such troubles tl I nolcrrot 1 well known horscmcu kccils nim applies Quinns Oiuttncut 1t tcrnisF 1 1- 1pIlert8iblorotnnkllnlownenofStnelnat tlomn Ointment watt trntheroflatlIdnwet WhsrsgrwtuccoIn bah se tt u11114 al11 ohUl1 rur l wu chertulle R CUmmet tIt to our ttmdnda Iur orbs Spitat Spsriu r Hand t t U I c5Price t5o Snlnllcr size SOC Sold L rf all dntgiIL or scut by f1fU I 1 W D EDDY a CO WHITEHALL NYlt1 1 t 2f1l i 4 i t t fM II fti J sJtJ I I It1 i jjItItIt- P I 1u received the finest lino and LADIES AND GENTS orsttom SHOEs1 over brought to the mountains and having bought them before ate jj i r recent rise in loather I onam prepared to save my customers money every purchase they make I watt tho ladies especially to exnniin e my stock For the price I can show them a frontlaco t shoo that is jjjworld beator It is indeed n beauty and to tho touch makes ono feelfithat tho shoemaker got hold of tho kidglove stock Respectfully JOHN M ROSE + z r 4a y- ry