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V- - v H v- - i - - J iwwiiiih nwiumwwmtu - THE SPOTTTSPRING TIMES 50 cents a vear We are here to help Spontspring the surrounding country an ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher VOL 2 Church Directory SPOUTSPRING ESTILL COUNTY KENTUCKY SATURDAY - JUNE 5 1897 NO 2 Coal miners in this country Groesbeck of Wyoming in re Â¬ number 365000 of whom 135 sponse to a letter of inquiry BAPTIST 000 are at work in Pennsylvania from Miss Blnkwell clearly Services on first Saturday shows the falsity of these state- Â¬ afternoon and Sunday following Russia has the most rapidly ments I quote in part as fol- Â¬ Rev G W Mcintosh pastor increasing population of any lows pro tern Powells Valley Second country in the world The growth After mentioning a number of Saturday and Sunday Rev J duiing the hundred years has other states besides Wyoming i G Parsmf pastor been a fraction less than 1000 where gamdlingis legal he con- Â¬ 000 annually tinues M B CHURCH SOUTH I am not an apologist for the Services on the third Saturday There lives in Madison county law and have fought it in sea night and Sunday morning at 11 a man of considerable property son and out of season It has oclock Kev S M Carrier pas says the Register He has no chil- Â¬ been modified so as to relegate The wise and prudent man tor dren What will you do with ths matter of licening gambling porfiteth by the experience of M E CHURCH your money when you die ask Â¬ in municipalities to the several others We have but one way Services at Kimbrells Chapel ed a neighbor a year or so ago city councils I am happy to say to judge the future and that is on the first Sunday Rev Thus Said the crusty old bachelor I that in this the University by the past and we should want to sell everything for cash town of the stae gambling is Stinnett pastor profit by our mistakes and and get all my money in paper forbidden by heavy penalties be guided by the lamp of expe- Â¬ CHRISTIAN CHURCH W hen I find that death is near and has been for manv vears rience Eepericnce teaches all Services at Hardwicks creek Ill pile this paper money on the and this has been largely owing that quick cash sales and on the third Sunday morning at floor stick a match to it and lie to the persistent efforts of the small profits is the modern way 11 oclock Kcv B Frank Wright down on it Then the money and ladies of conducting a successfull Our liquor laws are not less pastor pro tern Log Lick Ser Â¬ the house and I will all go tobusiness I do business in this vices on Second Sunday Rev gether restrictive than those of other waviAvhieh makes it to the K W Marcum pastor etates not under prohibition buyers interest to tee me when indeed our liquor licenses are The Truth About Wyoming needing any thing in General OLD BAPTIST An anonymous pamphlet late- Â¬ very heavy the annual licenses Merchandise Services at Log Lick on the here being 800 and in other e ly published by the first Saturday and Sunday fol Association asserts that towns 8500 The laws and ordi- Â¬ lowing Eld W W Caudill Wyoming where women vote is nances are severe against the sale 1 pastor distinguished from other states or furnishing of liquors and tolac by the fact that gambling is li Â¬ co to minora Estill Court Directory w The law in relation to excus Â¬ censed there thut no city is al- Â¬ able homicide was repealed years CIRCUIT COURT lowed to forbid gambling that received such an ab Â¬ D II Rcdwine the restrictions on the liquor ago It never Judge Oiniiiwltlis Atty Allllowurd tariff are less than in most oth surd construction as that placed Clerk James A Wallace er states and that homicide is upon it in the Anti Suffrage cir cular and did not operate to Deputy Clerk Vernon L Vaughn legally excusable under certain shield murderers while it was in - John DWinn circumstances ComniihiHioner force The number of murders A letter from Chief Justice Circuit Courtis held on the CLYCITYKY committed in Wyoming is small fourth Monday in March June We are law abiding people This and November SUBSCRIBE NOW must be our reputation a COUNTY COURT broad as our state and munici- Â¬ W II Lilly Judge pal bonds sell at a premium This Vernon L Vaughn lerk M H COURTNEY PnEsinENT J F COX Cashier would not be the case were we County Attorney Grant E Lilly known to be a dishonest or law CHAS HENDRIE Vick Pkksidknt C M CLARK AstCasur Ieputy Clerk James A Wallace less commonwealth as nothing James F West A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC NEWS is more sensitive than cipital in Sheriff Jailer J II Powell PAPER tins respect The influence of the women A Underwood Coroner For the Free Coinage of Silver voters has always been on the Supeiintdt of schools C Marum For the Chicago Platform side of temperance morality and County court is hcd on the For the Democratic Nominees CLAY CITY KY good goverment and opposed to till i d Monday of each month For the interest of the masses -drunkenness gambling and mor CfPITAL STOCK 50000Quaiteily terms of the county ality The age of consent is Wc solicit your business and accord to depositors every accomoda- Â¬ couitare held the second Mon Â¬ All the Latest Telegraphic News eighteen 5 Gni in February May August All the Latest State News tion which their business und responsibility warrant days Our constitution is broad and and November All the Latest Market Reports liberal our election laws are bas of claims meet County court ed on the Australian system our in April and October Correct Market Reports schools are excellent child labor Correct Court Reports is prohibited and cruelty to chil LOCAL MAGISTRATES Reliable News Reports dren severely punished our pris- Â¬ COURT Honest Edidoriul Policy ons and jails must be cleanly kept David N Witt Justice and the inmates treated humane J J Mcintosh onstable is held on the Kith of The Weekly Edition by Mail SI a year ly the irrigation laws are the Court best in the arid regions and our March June September and code as a whole is progressive December We have clubbing rates with The nd wholesome Dispatch by which we can send The moral tone of our Btate is Buy your garden seeds of J E you The Weekly DISPATCH and improving owing to the influence Burgher Jr he has a full line of the women ejectors and we 1 BOTH YEflR Adorn your house with a coat would not discard the home cle- Â¬ SPOUTSPfilNG KY All orders most tc sent to this office of llluegrats ready mixed paint ment in our politics if we could Sold by Sincerely vours H V S Groeabcck Subscribe for the Times J E Burgher Jr Experience iTeaches us much Â¬ Â¬ i Anti-Suffrag- W RGASSIDY- THE Louisville Dispatch A Â¬ CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK Â¬ Blacksmithing Â¬ and Repairing f Neatly executed by THE TIMES 115 T S McKINNEY Horse shoeing a Speciality i - PSV3 57 - scr mmmm V 2 CI mm r - fM W THE TIMES J The election of trustees for county schools will be held today at each school house of the several districts Of late there Â¬ MrSs I wmmmmmmiSMm E BURGHER rntiisiiKii I if i if honest concientious intelligent and intereested in the progress ADVERTISING HATES of education are the kind of nO of men suited for the otllco of first insertion One inch 25 school trustee Each additional insertion Liberal contracts can be made The Democratic primary in or larger adveitisement- - by the our neighbor county Madison month tusinees locals Obituaries and parsed off quietly polling a total Special notices o cents per line vote of 2C0J and nominating lach additional insertion lh the following tiektt Represnta tive W Combs County cuts P II Sullivan County Judge Attorney J Tevi Cobb Sheriff II 11 Colyer Circuit Clerk S II Thorpe County Clerk John For Circuit Judge D It Kedwine F White Jailer Janus C of Breathitt county Lackey Assessor T 0 Curry For Commonwealths Aattomey Sup rintendent Public Schools A F ByrI J W Wagers Coroner M G of Wolf county I mvn Surveyor S F Ihck For County Judge When the pre ent Constitution For County Atty Hugh ttiddell Wiseman of Kentucky wu i adopted it was ForCounty Ch rk N For Circuit Clerk ThosWidiums claimed the State of Kentucky S 1 KichariUun was forbidden to increase its debts For Sheriff J A Cox to an amount exceeding oU0000 For School Supt A D Powell without submitting the qiitstion Fur Jailer to the people To show how basc- For Assessor le- this claim is we have but to For Sin v yor cite the fact that the debt was in FrCoronei ert ased by the present Legisla- Â¬ ture twice the amount permitted Apple piell stand de test by the Constitution pie am nice notwitl To siims best anding the dibtwas then over But gubment pie it am the limit It wax dune by an in So pas- - d coon a sdh e Larue Herald direct plan which only goes to show how constitution inhwu so hibition- are when fiey tand in The iV td laws have regulated that individual- - can the way of the public necessities d Carli Ie Mereurv have their own po tal which only require- - a one Took His Own Life cent ttinp The law went into William Billy Johnson who effect June 1st has been very low with conThe Madir on County Fiscal sumption fr r some i ne commit Â¬ Couit has bought about fifty ted suicide Mondav mnrniii bv miles of pike ami made them free firing a 8 cal revolver at his 811000 was paid for that part heart The ball struck just a of the Lexington and Richmond little above the heart killing pike which lies in Madison coun him without many struggleHi prolonged skknes s is the ty supposed cause of his ra h He was living on Hard Army surgeon at aslint n a wicks creek near Daniels are experimenting with a new store He was poor but well treatment for lockjaw If t have discovind a cure for respected lockjaw an 1 will now treat suc- Â¬ In this day and age a man cessfully lh epidemic of loose who does not take a newspaper jaw raging in the Senate the is poorly qualified to fight the nineteenth c iitury will go out in jattle of life Dont think that a blaze of glory so far h surgical you are to poor ti subscribe for Louisville at least your home It onlycosts science is concerned t small amount and you had Post etter economize in a hundred ther ways than do without it The Republicans of Clark commence to economize county m t in convention at Jont the wrong end of the string it Winchester Saturday and nomi Exchange nated their part of the fus ion Our couiiiy win if it keeps up ticket as follows Sheriff John its present reputaton earn the I Reeves County Clerk Sid A lisiinction of leading in treaks SATlIlDA rWv T seems to be but little interest taken in these elections even with those who should be the most interested Men who are m We Havent Any Dirt Cheap Goods and you should not want such a class of goods The kind of goods to buy are Good Goods We have opened up a com- Â¬ Democratic Ticket 11 plete line of NEW GOODS and its use- Â¬ less to say they are the best sleeted and of the Best Quality of any stock in this section as all know this is always the case at our store When you get tired of trashy goodsand want Good Goods at the same price you are now paying for Cheap Goods we know you will come to The Store of fcs J Kclijious E BURGHER JR i8K -- Â¬ ifWLflfflJW and pastor J Parson preached at Powells Valley Sunday to a well fdled house Rev E W Marcum and M Executed oi short notice at the P Lowry preached the funeral of the little son of George Niblack which died last December at Log Lick churc Sunday Rev Ilornsby G ALL KINDS OF i card-printe- Job Fainting TIMES OFFICE -- Â¬ Â¬ - One hundred and forty two converts were baptized by Hev Fred D Hale Sunday afternoon at the baptistery of the Third Haptist church at Owensboro in fifty two minutes Barnett Christopher Merchant and Custom N The dedication of the newly Haptist Church at erected LTnion City Sunday was attend- Â¬ ed by an estimated crowd of 5000 The dedicatory sermon was delivered by Hev Dr Mc 100 was Cown of Richmond raised from the audience to pay of the indebtedness of the MILLERS SPOUTSPRIXGKY We do custom grinding on Saturdays Cattle feed tolled for Half Rates Your patronage Solicited 1 i V V church Â¬ Powell Jailer K Ci co Assessor Jas M Jeo W Lewi Owon ir xr - candidate for jail-e- is nn ex Fstillitu and we would liketosej him holdfii a good position so we art sorry he is not on the right side to be ukctu Lewis The Third Quarterly Meeting for the Conference year will be held at the M E Church South at this place on the third Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday in June Rev 11 O Moore the Presiding Eld- Â¬ er will be present and do the preaching Quarterly Confer Â¬ ence will be held on Teusday In the present issue is recorded a following cow dropping seventy cahvs a The famous free silver oratrcs 245 pound tumor removed from Miss Margaret Ingles will deliver i woman and a mare having an address on liimctalism at Mid ifoaldcd in ide of a month a mule dlcsboio during the meeting of md horse colt In this connection of the Kentucky Press Associa- Â¬ we dont propose t mention the tion in that city June 17 contusion ticket for county offices either Shelby News Subscribe for the Times - From my place Thursday evening roan caw dehorned with n light face and giving about G galona of milk n day Any information had Â¬ ing to her recovery will be rewurd W G Wanton ed Spoutt pring Ky n JAMES CROW House Painter M- - and Paper Hanger SPOUTSPRING SEE ME WHEN AK - sfJC The Splendid Jack KY YOUR Is making the present season at HOUSE PAINTED my stable on the place kown as the Manless Burgher farm two miles East of Spoutspring at 5 Subscribe for the Times 50 cents a year J L Trussle BIG GEORGE NEEDING Cnly Mm jifM - uilmk - - MM L I H I III MMkK A r THE TIMES IUHMSHKD EVERY SATURDAY Dr J W Williams town Monday W was in was in CORRESPONDENCE DAKLIXGSYILLE Green Blanton town yesterday hunting a stray cow Rain is needed very badly in this section OU R MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits Mr Rupard of Pilot View We call attention to the ad- Â¬ visited James Walters last week vertisement of DA Thompson Mrs Frank Donahue visitpd Subscription rates 50 cents pcryear practical Surveyor her sister Mrs Joe Tipton Sun- Â¬ Entered at the post oflice at H Crawford of Doylesville day Spoutspring Ky as second cluss was here Thursday and bought Rev J G Parson filled his mail matter appointment at Powells Valley 125 7o pound hogs at 3 cents Sunday A HOME MADE PAPER Mr and Mrs D McKinney Luther Hamilton and wife visitsd friends and relatives in came up Friday to vit it friends KY SP0UT5PBING Montgomery county andMtSter a few days SATURDAY JUNE 5 1897 ling Tuesday and Wednesday here Rev Z W Pice preached his Dr H M Winburn and W farewell sermon at Powells LOCAL BKEY1TES H Mcintosh Esq two of Valley Friday night He will A small shower of rain fell Sams estimable citizens were start for Colorado in a short pleasant callers at our office time yesterday Monday Uncle Benjaman Burgher was J J Curry traveling sales taken with a severe erampini man was in town yesterday NOTICE Hereafter we will do no cus Â¬ Sunday morning which Isisted Arbuckles coffee 15 cents per tom grinding on Saturdays af Â¬ the greater poition of the day He is getting better now jMund at IE Burgher ter twelve oclock PUBLISHER J E BURG I ElJB Our Stock Of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Jrs and Shoes Hardware Harness and Sadlery Also a Nice Line of Ladies Hats is complete Rev Thos Stinnett and G W George Gravett was visiting of West Bend stop- Â¬ relatives here Sunday W T Mehuflery the man of Irvine was here Tuesday ped in our office a short time Berry Hall was vixiting his on Monday while on their re- Â¬ Get our prices 6efore 6uyiifi tfo trou61e to shoW fioods Mrs- - Emma Barnett at D McKinney bought of Nath turn home from the Quarterly sister Levee last week Howard a dry cow at 2 cts a lb meeting at Sand Hill Produce of all kinds WaiUed The McKinley wave of pio5 Dr S C Elkin of Log Lick The earthquake which was perity liasnt struck this part of was seen our streets Wednebday felt in most all parts of the East the country yet and South Monday was dis- Â¬ Mrs Ollie Burton was visiting Joseph Spry bought of Mar tinctively felt in this village her parents Mr and Mrs G W a saddle mare for in Eubank Several bricks were jarred from Claik several days last week off the kitchen flue at Lloyd Misses Ella and Mahala Clark W G Law has been appoint- - Todds Fannie Jackson Mollie Barnett d pobtmater at Furnace this Misses Ellen and Lilly Berry and Mcsis Thomas Clark Da county man of Estill county visited vid Clark Charles Clark and I RICHMOND KY- Manufacturer and Dealer In relatives in Clark Saturday G Jackson were the guests of C Tipton has been appointed Mr A B Hen Â¬ Miss Nettie Sams Sunday Fitchburg this and Sunday jobtmaster at derson and wife of Estill coun- Â¬ ounty SAMS SAYINGS ty were in Winchester Wednes Â¬ aid all kinds of Gemetry Work Old newspapers for sale at day on business Merritt Cor News is scarce t his office at twenty five cents JAS T HAMILTON Proprietor Winchester Democrat We have fine prospect for per hundred GEO 0 DOZIER Business Manager Miss Maggie Groves of Clay fruit in this neighborhood T A Cox the popular Dem Corn planting has been hust- Â¬ ocratic nominee for Superin City was over Monday and tendent of schools was in town made application for the school ling the farmers the week past at this place Miss Groves is a Tuesday on business Miss Addie Wiseman of this lady of experience and comes to T ke your Spring Chicken us highly recommended and place is visiting friends on Hard to J E Burgher Jr he pays the board of trustees would do wicks Creek H cents per pound Mis Rebecca Tipton of Ir well to consider Miss Groves vine is isiting her daughtcrt Young squirrels are reported application Jtlrs Henry Alcorn this week plentiful and the hunters have Prof John M Edwards of TO THE Miss Cora Mcintosh i6 spend Â¬ already been among them College Hill is in town and has l ing a few days with her aunt Re- Â¬ made application for the school E E West the Lexington becca Hamilton on White Oak hardware salesman was in town at this place Mr Edwards taught the last session giving Rev Martin Larison preached drumming trade Wednesday satisfaction to all the patrons two sermons at Dry Ridge last CHARGES THE LOWEST Â¬ The Louisville Weekly Com who would be glad to have him Sunday a very good croud at Â¬ mercial and the Spoutspring again as teacher The trustees tended both sermons WORK THE BEST aan not secure the sevices one Times both one year 75 cents more worthy or competent to Quite a lively discussion of fill the position than John M MDE FflflOllS the money question wa held in Edwards In the story of Jonathan and His Continent front of our office door Monday byMaxORell When you want to read a real Balis Mcintosh sold 15 hogs to Ye editor and wife visited Mr and Mrs Wni Hoskin live newspaper THE HAZEL J F McKinney at 3 cents per the pleasant and hospitable Mr D A THOMSON oirers his of Clay City were visiting and Mrs W G Patrick last GREEN HERALD fills the bill pound Mrs Grant ihuir daughter services to those in need of- - a 1 a year always in advance Robin Hood Sunday at their country home Elkin Tuesduy SURVEYOR Charges reasona Â¬ a freesilver Ir Patrick as Populist candi Â¬ The editor is ble and satisfaction guaranteed MATRIMONIAL but original and up to Mr and Mrs John Bennett date for County Clerk will crank Address D A THOMSON visited the latters parents Mr make a good race and if ho had date single copies having sold William White 10 and Fan Â¬ Clay City K Democratic opposition as high as 1 each Advertisers ny Long 15 of Franklin coun- Â¬ and Mrs John Stuart at Irvine no Monday and Tuesday he would have their support are strictly in it from the ty were married at the Coun- Â¬ For Sale Cleun Clover Hay time thoy secure space Send and thereby would have been ty Clerks office in Frankfort by at 40 cents per hundred W T Colvin the clever trav Â¬ subscriptions and write for ad 11 Allen Orsborne Rev Crowe of the Presbyterian eling salesman of Trimble Bios elected as he is well qualified rates to Friday night church Old papers for sale at this 31 1 Sterling was in town to fill the office and is a very SrENCECOOPER I office at 25 cents per hundred Thursday on lu6iness popular gen th man Subscribe for the Times Hazel Green Ky Btnve E verm an W J Christopher was in lay City Tuesday on business Barnett fc Christopher VAUGHNS MILL I W J Christopher Co Â¬ Madison Monumental Works Granite Monumerfts Â¬ Â¬ BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TIMES I Practical Surveyor Ai A1 TT m pn wtr 4 Ihu vied oi bluegrafs this TnmiTf1T7y year to all appearances WJ1 C jj Ullll homer than tor many years pre ujdiii GleaneJ from all parts of the Common A Â¬ f s I P7P t s -- s beautiful cutm that is worwealth everywhere of oi Mrvatnn was honored at Log Lick church Short Kcadalilc Items of Interest Sunday The dead of the neigh to All borhood are buried in the church yard and the friends and kindred Mr Eliza Vaughn shot and decorated all the killed Cortez Brown in Laurel irathered and Lrave with iloweis The custom county will be observed each year The commencement of the Wi ichister Democrat Bible College at Lexington will be held the bih Notice to Hunters All pen on are herebv notified Bert Clements was bitten by that no kind of trapping and hunting is allowed on any land a mad dog in a dozen difieient owned by the undesigned Any places near Middleburg and all pei ons violating the a There are UG5 cases on the bove order- - will be pro ecutcd to Lincoln Circuit Coutt docket the ftillt extent of the law which begins next Monday I MeKinney Spottt pring Ky Mt Vernon ha been refused a vote on local option because of A Tenne ee paper gets even as the existing county prohibitory Crack Floods died last follows act uai night owing this paper for ten years subscription It is report- Â¬ Ken C Mason a former ed that he said just before he tuckian committed suicide in pegged out that he felt like he Washington Citv Tuesdav No doubt wa- - lloating upward 1 W Masters caught a catfish of it Crack had got so low he had to slide uphill three feet long and weighing down that Ken twenty four pounds from the to get into predition Kentucky river near VallevView tuck v Colonel thy Â¬ Â¬ The New York Sun is trying to classify a new word from tho syfax Kentucky mountains ingM In this connection Judge Robert UiddeH of Etill tells a story of his early practice in that county in which a number of citizens were being tried In fore the local magistrate for engaging in a fiee for airtight Riddell was conducting the and asked the question Where was Jim Puckett during all this time The answer of the 40h he was just witness was svfaxing around Riddell quickly interrupted him to inquire what the word svfaxing meant whereupon the Court interposed with the expla nation that a lawyer who didnt know the meaning of yfaing would not be allowed to practice in his Court Winchester Dem- Â¬ ocrat cros-eamina-ti- SUBSCRIBE FOR THESPOUTSPRING TIMES 4 The only newspaper publish- Â¬ ed in Estill County Â¬ Only 50 cents per year ALL THE HOME NEWS It is all home print published at Spout spring1 Kythe future metropolis County of Estill s Chicago is now claiming a were man badly decomposed population of 0l000l in the sand on the found buried Â¬ 1or gatric pains in the Mom banks of the Ohio river at Lud low last week a h and bowel I heartily recom mend Lightning Hot Drop as One hundnd and two of the a quick rel ef J E Lemming finest thoroughbred yearling ever MI StaMton Ky went from Kentucky were ship Â¬ Â¬ The icmains of an unknown If you are interested in the up building1 of your county or town you should subscribe for the Times and help us in this cause HOW Ire people going tc Local Markets ped from Lexington York Tuesday to New COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A WEEK No other county paper published has Work has beun on the new nkHotr irhal you hare to lunc o Spoittspring Ky colleire building of the Jaekon sett The following are pi ice paid io it don I teil Collegiate Institute of Central dealers of this place by produce The best in erf i- The new building uhein University 2 Apple to car rif thisinfor will cost S200JO if so much local news for so small amount Subscribe to day T HOME AND FARM A hilc Beevax Beef orn Ducks E 1 F allien iin eng Hen Booster Box of 1000 Iine cent at Burgher i A nutation A stuffed d g was U ed by 0 Loitisvill thieve to decoy a i cious bull dog which was used a a watch while they carried oiT5 30 sixty fine chicken- S 00 The residence of a Ilariod--bur- jr 4 newspaper man who has 2 been publishing hard things a- matches1 gain t the toll gate raiders was burned and incendiarism l sus pectcd IS 5 is The PGARDNER 4j TIMES P DENTIST Office at IRVINE KY Semi Monthly journal for the Farmers J fires liawonable Work Umirmitvrrf AN AD IN THE TIMES ItEACIIES Robinson of Craw- fordville has jocssion of a flint lock musket which was carried by his father as British soldier in ihe war of 1812 and through the subsequent war in India James B There no better farmers paper published than Home and Farm It is a 10 patre column- - to the pajp Subscription rates only e e West winchester ky WITH r0 CTSPER We have YJEATS Van Deren Hardware Co arrangements by which we cn tend you Home and Farm and the I dB fcjmf ONE THOUSAND I5uinjand Ia injj People Robeit Walters commttcd su- Â¬ icide at the Enterprise hotel Lou isillc by slu oting himself through the hi art His father drove him from home which caused him to commit the rash act i J JW2NGflSTfiET CURRY WITH SPOUTSPRING TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Wholesale Hardware DEALERS Lexington Ky p v SB gj3 g 25 83B jSfl Wmi m Smith who LiirilS ugt summer at wu8 hung - Kentucky Viena Lexington and who continued to do Black- - protest his innosence to the Is now prepared to last said that tha CourthouFe unithing and Repairing nru- ciwtnr tfh tiiu- - fcliops in which he was condemned m cents with old shoefl 30 would be burned to the ground 8within one year cents Mud Dauber - Stuart Henley Co FOR 75 CENTS Good green coffee at Uurghern Will make regular trips though this section Wholesale Grocers CINCINNATI O Will call tV OD DMFERRY at CODD- COS 12 cents per pound -- the merchants of Estill - everv 30davs 01tl PuPers for Hale nt this office at 25 cents per hundred J GARDEN SEEDS Sold by E BltRGHER JR - m H - -