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The Hazel Green herald. (Hazel Green, Wolfe County, Ky.) 1885-19??, July 08, 1885, Image 2

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HAZEL CftEEN KY
WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1SS5
AXLE iX3MAIjL t tliouand peo
ple every wek and Its circulation Is In
craaaing iriUt eack iw ao It i therefore
THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM
In Eastern Kentaeky aaet the -rates are
alr aWat kalf ihone ckared T other
vkMh m leal fasdly newspapes do not
ia any iemrTT TJTPD A T T
Democratic Ticket
Fr Bepresettive from Montgomery
ifoaifee Powell and Wolfe counties
PftUftY S CODSEY
Independent Republican Ticket
For Eepresentathei
Mr FELIX t THOMAS
People o oilier sections of this State
wboVkh to Invest in cheap lands which
will produce as much or more grass per
acre than the fine high priced lands of
the hlsegrasB section should come here
aad place their money in Wolfe Morgan
Breathitt ileaifee or PowelL They are
all winning cards when grass is the stake
and no mistake Why some of the rich
aabobs who seek breeding farms in the
blaegr36 section do not try this section
for that purpose is something we cannot
ttsderstand The land there will aver
age 100 per acre while here it can le
had at an average of 10 The taxes of
those counties are about double the
asioftnt of taxes here Here we have an
abundance of the finest running spring
irater for stock There the in many
instances must build ponds and get a
supply of bapore water or do without
This country is as accessible for buyers as
that or nearly so Here the living is as
good as there and much cheaper There
they have to pay from 25 to 50 per
moaiih for farm hands and other help
aboKt the stock farm Here just as good
lelg can be obtained for 10 to 15 and
we might go on ad show the advantages
is sassy other things of this country
over that but the above will suffice to
coavincs any thinking man that this is
tie place for stock Taising Our own
people do not raise balf as much stock as
they should nor do they grass one third
as much land as Ehould be in sod to day
They are set in their ways and know
Bothing of the immense profits of stock
raising They must learn to raise if
necessary fewer and better animals and
whenever they turn their attention in
that direction they will find their lot an
easy one compared to the dig dig dig of
the present system Let some of our en
terprising men try this grass and stock
business and they will discover the nigh
way to wealth as certain as the needle
turns to the magnet There is no rubbing
this fact out Nature herself beckons
you on to pursue this course and be
happy
Pemember that on Monday the 3rd
day of August you will be called upon
to Tote for a new constitution and be
certain to so vote By voting for the
new constitution your lands will enhance
in value and your taxes grow beautifully
less Elsewhere we publish the act up
on which the election is held and com
siend it to your careful reading A new
constitution for Kentucky means better
schools better morals better government
a reform in the administration of affairs
etc but above all it will insure lower
taxes The defeat of a new constitution
will certainly cause an increase of taxes
and a continuance of bad morals bad of
ficers etc Can you afford to vote against
it To you wish to pay more taxes and
see so little benefit If jovl have your
own interest at beart you must go to the
pdlls and vote for -a new constitution
Go and see that jour neighbor goes also
This remember 5s not a political vote
It is for the people the whole people
and all should help make it Monday
August 3d is the day and time and we
hope we may hear that every voter in
Wolfe county has voted for a new con
stitution Let us try and be the banner
county by casting every vote in the coun
ty for it
ugg of the Scorcher takes is
sue with us because we did not think the
governor did the proper thing in grant
ing WiLTTAitfs a respite at the time he
did The milk in that cocoanut is easily
ccounted for Floyd is a regular
fiddler andHAZEL
XIG6 bates above all thing to see one of
them come to grief Mayhap while in
ML Sterling recently the editor of the
Scorcher called on Floyd and had him
play something lively Sourwood Moun
tain for instance Hence his love for
the fiddler and bis proportionate dislike
of our remarks Come over Jomr Tost
and we will have a dozen of em enter
tsJba you who can play equally as well as
Floyd
The sum of 15000 has been appropri
ated by the Government for the purpose
of cleaning out the channel in the Ken
tucky riyer between Beattyville and
High Bridge This will be good news
for our log men
0r next stock sale day remember is
oa Wednesday next July 15th and you
shoMld bring in good stock for that occa
sioG It is with the people now to make
it a suecess and we hope they will do it
CL C E BowMAy has been appoint
ed Jrfcultttral statistician for Kentucky
d 4i better man could not have been
foysd for the position
3TO3 STATES
Stare and Government Happening
Boiled Down for The Herald
Samuel T Hauser Helena ilont has
been appointed governor of Montana
The Department of State bas notified
thirty Consuls that they will be retained
in the diplomatic service
Ueuben Ellwood member of congress
from the Fifth Illinois district died on
the 1st inst at Sycamore
Frank Freeseof Lawrence county has
been nominated for the legislature by
the democrats of his district
J G G Williams of Tennessee has
j been appointed TJ S District Attorney
for the Jbastern district ot that btate
There are about forty Presidential
postoffices in Kentucky for which there
are about 400 aspirants Their salaries
foot up about4G0000
Bev C J Spillmnn of Georgetown
Ey has been called to the pastorate of
the Vine street Baptist Church at Madi
son Ind Salary 1000
Bill Coleman the- negro who stabbed
old man Hart at Owingsville Ky re
cently was tried and sentenced on the
1st inst to pay a fine of 100
During a water spout at Clear Creek
canyon Colorado on the 1st inst three
mills were destroyed and wagons and
teams standing in the streets of Central
were carried away
There is a group of fast horses just
now at Glenn ville O Maud S 209
210 Maxev Cobb 213
Phallus 213 and Clinton 214 besides
fifty other fast ones
At Lexington Ky July 1st a switch
engine on the L N road ran over and
killed Samuel Shears in the yard of the
company He had been drinking and it
is supposed fell on the track
St Louis Globe Democrat It can nev
er be known exactly how many votes the
New York mugwumps gave Cleveland
last fall but the fact that he has given
them two of the five or six most impor
tant and lucrative offices in the State I
demonstrates that he is resolved not to
leave them any room to charge him with
ingratitude
Capt Harry Todd of Frankfort has
gone to Beattyville to superintend the
work of cleaning out the channel of the
Kentucky Paver between that point and
High Bridge Congress made an appro
priation of 15000 for that purpose last
winter Capt J C Post of Cincinnati
engineer in charge of the Kentucky
River improvement is on a tour of in
spection to Lock No 5
Louisville Post Hon Attila Cox will
take charge of the Internal Revenue of
fice to morrow and assume its duties
Mr Cox has since his appointment en
larged his personal acquaintance among
our business men ana has on all occa
sions made a splendid impression If
the appointmeut were left to a vote of
thi district to morrow the choice of the
secretary 4f the treasury and of the pres
ident would be overwhelmingly ratified
A better appointment could not have
been made
Southern Bivouac for July
The second number of this Southern
magazine under its new management has
been issued and it shows a determination
on the part of its editors to make it
worthy of a liberal support North and
South
The story of pioneer life in Florida is
both realistic and romantic and describes
many personal characteristics and local
customs that are novel and interesting
Mr Hiraey who for fifteen years has
been in Florida is by education and ex
perience well fitted for work of this kind
Maurice Thompson in his own pecu
liar and facinating way discourses of
Uur Brookside Birds
A Confederate soldier tells of the last
davs of the Confederacy and of an en
counter with General Custer
Morton M Cassedy has a pleasant arti
cle under the caption What American
Art Exhibitions are Doing This arti
cle is accompanied by eight illustrations
which arc intended simply to give one an
idea of recent notable pictures
Mr George Davie has another admira
ble translation from Horace Fons Ban
cusise
Red Rowel tells of his experience as a
soldier who for a long time was some
thing of a free lance He had many
hair breadth escapes and exciting adven
tures which are told in a graphic way
Charles J Oallcy whose recent poet
ry lias won him wide commendations
gives a striking and original contribution
entitledThe Coming ot Life Beautiful
A second delightful out door paper is
D Felix L Oswold It is the first of a
series on Our last
Hunting
Grounds
and describes the habits of man and beasts
in the Alleghany highland
Mr Davie has a short and instructive
article on the various translations of
Hadrians Address to His Soul and he
ventures to present his own version re
markable alike for beauty and fidelity
George Braden in an article The Ku
Klux Klan an Apology aims to de
scribe the condition of allairs in the South
which gave rise to the Invisible Em
pire
Major Sanders cotinues his account of
Hoods campaign this paper being de
voted to the march from Franklin to
Nashville It is accompanied by admira
ble portraits of Governor Isham G Har
ris General John G Brown General S
H French General Thomas J Wood
Captain Thomas W Bullitt details his
recolections of General Morgans impris
onment and the various plans made for
his escape
E Polk Johnson tells of his meeting
with famous generals under very pecu
liar circumstances and makes from these
meetings a very pleasant paper
The leading editorial discusses the vice
of gambling and Salmagundi is made
up of songs and stories The magazine
is for sale by the newsdealers at twenty
cents per copy or it can be ordered of B
F Avery Sons Louisville Kentucky
publishers at 200 per anum
Tire Hazel Green Herald and the
Southern Bivouac one year 250 or sub
scriptions for the Bivouac will be re
ceived and forwarded from this office
thus saving to the subscriber rejnstrv
feesjc
Teachers at Lexington
Lexington Press July 4
The convention is proving a success
beyond the anticipations of its warmest
friends and advocates There were 250
members present yesterday and arrivals
are constantly occurring The reports of
committees on special subjects and dis
cussions thereon were of extraordinary
interest
The report of the committee on the re
lation of the clergy to public instruction
read by Rev Green Clay Smith chair
man or tne committee was one or re
markable interest
Vice presidents from each congression
al district were elected These form a
committee for the nomination of the
president and secretary who will be elect
ed to day
Upon the adjournment yesterday there
was a general expression of satisfaction
among the members concerning the way
in which the work of the convention was
progressing
ROWING ROWAN-
Judge Lambert Tree of Chicago
been appointed Minister to Spain
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3
S3i53eaffirwi
A Xumber of Arrests Made for the Mur
der of JJayborn
Special to Courier Journal
Morehead Ky July 3 A J Mc
Kenzie a former sherift of this county
was to day appointed sheriff and he has
qualified and entered upon the discharge
of his duties The following parties were
arrested to day charged with the murder
of Ben Rayborm Jeff Bowling John
Trumbo Boone Day Robert Messer
James Oxley Nick Day Craig Tolliver
and H 31 Keeton The case against Jef Y
Bowling John Trumbo Boone Day and
Robert Messer constable was called for
examining trial before Judge Stuart at
11 oclock a jn Attorney General Hir
din and Z T Young represented the
Commonwealth and A W Young the de
fense The case was continued until
next Monday to procure the attendance
of witnesses and to grant the defendants
time to secure additional counsel All
parties that have been atrested are un
der guard at the encampment ground
except Tolliver who on account of his
wounds is confined to his house A spe
cial guard has been placed at his house
The guard upon being stationed there
took possession of the firearms found on
the premises Other arrests will be
made
Attorney General Hardin wrho has
been here for several days investigating
matters returned this afternoon to Frank
fort He will be here Monday to repre
sent the Commonwealth in these cases
Adjt Gen Castleman will return here
to morrow The boys will not spend the
Fourth at a picnic The guards are well
pleased with their superior officers and
obey promptly all orders from them
The Irvine Rifles furnish the singers the
Winchester Rifles the athletes and the
Cerro Gordo Guards the mashers of the
encampment Capt Smith is very pop
ular with the ladies
Young Men Read This
The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar
shall Mich offer to send their celebrated
Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric
appliances on trial for thirty days to
men young or old afflicted with nervous
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has
CHAPTER 27
AN ACT for taking the sense of the good
people of this Commonwealth as to the
necessity and expediency of calling a
Convention to amend the Constitution
and to ascertain the number of persons
entitled to vote for Representatives
Whereas experience has pointed out
the necessity of amending the constitu
tion and the necessity and expediency of
calling a Convention for that purpose
therefore
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Kenntucky
3 1 That at the next General Election
held for representative to the General
Assembly it shall be the duty of the sev
eral Sherills and other Officers of Election
to open a poll for taking the sense of the
people as to calling a Convention to amend
the Constitution and make a return to the
Secretary of State for the time being of
the names of all those entitled to vote for
Representatives who have voted for call
ing such convention
g 2 That for any failure to perform
the duties prescribed in the first section
of this act every Sheriff or other return
ing officer shall be liable to a fine of six
hundred dollars to be recovered by indict
ment of the Grand Jury in any court hav
ing jurisdiction and shall also upon con
viction ne sunject to removal irom omce
- 3 That it shall be the duty of the
Officers of said Election to propound to
every voter the question Do you vote
for calling a Convention or not And
if such voter shall answer in the affirma
tive his name shall be recorded as voting
for said Convention
4 That all Assessors are hereby re
quired to enroll in a column which each
shall open in his Assessors book for that
purpose the names of all citizens having
ihe right to vote for representatives for
the year 1S85 But said Assessors shall
not enioll in such column the name of any
person unless they shall at the time Siow
that he is entitled to vote for Representa
tive Qf said election and such knowledge
shall be founded only upon 1 the per
sonal acquaintance of the Assessor or2
sufficient information obtained by him di
rectly from the person whose name is en
rolled or 3 a satisfactory statement un
der oath from other credible persons who
know the facts oiecessan to the qualifica
tion of such voter Any Assessor enroll
ing in said column any name without
such knowledge or information shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and find
in a sum not less than twenty nor more
than fifty dollars for each and every name
thus improperly enrolled which fine may
be recovered in any Court having jurisdic
tion and shall be for the benefit of the
common schools Said Assessors shall be
governed in all cases by the laws then in
force to prevent illegal voting Said col
umn written in a fair and legible manner
shall be returned with said Assessors book
to the Auditor who shall make out a copy
of said columns and deposit the same in
the office of the Secretary of State to be
reported by him to the next General As
sembly
5 It shall be the duty of each As
sessor in office for the year 1885 before he
shall have entered upon the duties of his
office to go before the Judge of the Coun
ty Court and make the following oath I
do solemnly swear that I will faithfully
ascertain the number of persons qualified
to vote for Representative in the district
for which I have been chosen Assessor for
the year 1885 and will carefully report the
same in the book returned by me as Asses
sor of tax by the first day of May 1885
6 Said Assessors are hereby required
to examine on uath as to his right to vote
for Representative any person of whose
right so to vote such Assessor has any
doubt whatever and any one thus exam
ined who shall knowingly swear falsely a3
to bis said right shall be liable to all the
pains and penalties of the crime of perju
ry and every Assessor shall write oppo
site to the name of each person thus
sworn the word sworn
7 It shall be the duty of the Secre
tary cf State to have this act advertised
in one weekly newspaper in each county
of the Commonwealth for four weeks
nearly or next preceding the election and
in one of the daily papers of the City of
Louisville for thirty days immediately
prior tnereto ana in every county said
secretary shall cause to be posted at the
Court house door a copy of said Bill print
ed in hand bill form for at least four con
secutive weeks before such election
ji 8 The Public Printer is hereby re
quired to print five hundred copies of the
Fourth Fifth and Sixth Sections of this
act and deliver them to the Secretary of
State whose duty it shall be to transmit
them to the various County Clerks and
it shall be the duty of such Clerks to place
them promptly in the hands of each Asses
sor of tax for the year J885 in their re
spective counties It shall also be the
duty of the Public Printer to print five
thousand copies of this act upon a sepa
rate sheetand deliver them to the Secre
tary of State who shall forward the same
to the County Clerks of the various coun
ties in such numbers as to provide at least
two copies of said act for each voting pre
cinct and said clerks shall deliver the
same to the Sherifls or other officers act
ing in place thereof and it shall be the
duty of such Sheriff or other Officer to
post one copy of said act at each voting
place for four weeks prior to said election
and another copy at some other suitable
public place in said precinct and any Of
ficer failing to discharge the duties pre
scribed in tliis act shall be fined for each
failure twenty dollars to be recovered in
any court having jurisdiction
9 This act shall take effect from
its passage
Approved January 19 1884
J
PROFESSIONAL
M KASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Hazel Green Ky
Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun
ties Collections will receive prompt atten
tion
TpATTERSON HAZELRIGG
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
S
MT STEELING KY
AMUEL McKEE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No 441 W Jeflerfcon Street
LOUISVILLE KY
-Practices in all the State Courts and
special attention given to business of all
kinds in the United States Courts
A PORTER LACEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF
DEPOSITIONS
HAZEL GREEN KY
aUILLIN LYKINS
J M Quillin J C Lykins
Attorneys at Law and Ileal Estate Agents
Camiton Ky
Titles examined taxes paid for non-residents
Collections a specialty Real Estate
bought and sold on commission Will prac
tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties
TR R B GARDNER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
HAZEL GREEN KY
Offers his services to the people of Wolfe
and adjoining counties
TJR J M KASH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Tenders his professional services to the citi
izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties
Offiicc at residence on Broadway
HAZEL GREEN KY
TAULBEE M D
JB
HAZEL GREEN KY
Physician Surgeon Accoucheur
Tenders his professional services to the peo
ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties
Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights
HOTELS
DAY HOUSE
HAZEL GREEN KY
O S GODSEY Proprietor
Patronage is respectfully solicited from
everybody more especially the traveling
public First class accommodations and
satisfaction guaranteed
PIEBATT HOUSE
HAZEL GREEN KY
JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor
2JThc table is supplied with the best in
the market and first class accommodation
will be furnished for man and beast
MORGAN HOUSE
WEST LIBERTY KY
JAMES H COLE Proprietor
Patronage of the traveling public respect
fully solicited Table always supplied with
thebest in the market Stable attached
ASHLAND HOUSE
NEAR POSTOFFICE
LEXINGTON KENTUCKY
FIRST CLASS RATES REASONABLE
H E BOSWELL SONS
Proprietors
ASBURY HOUSE
CAMPTON KY
Alex J Ajjbury Proprietor
The table is supplied with the choicest
viands in the market and the charges are
reasonable Special inducements to com
mercial tourists 9
FRANK TYLER
BLACKSMITH
HAZEL GREEN KY
SjHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies
wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made
and repaired in the best manner
J T PIERATT
HAZEL GREEN XY
BLACKSMITH
3Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming
Tools Buggies and Wagons
Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten
tion
s s COMBS
J N VAUGHN
COMBS VAUGHN
DEALERS IN
General Merchandise
AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS
Cor Main and Marion Streets
CAMPTON KY
H D SPRADLIN SON
are now prepared to manufacture
First Glass Flour and Meal
At One Eighth Toll and will do WOOL
CARDING at their old stand at
Spradling Ky
ALL WOOL CARDING
at 6K cents per pound The old wool-carder
G W COX will run the wool machine
SFCome one come allj and get your
flour meal and wool carding
H D SPKADLING SOX
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J
8argreggTiiv
J T F DAY
General
DEALERS IN-
Merchandise
HAZEL GBEEST KY
Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF
GEiNERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the expe
rience of many years in our line of business avp fppl instifipd in nssertinsr to the
trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do can and will meet the wants of
our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense
stock of
Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes
Clothing Hats Caps Drugs
Queensware Hardware
Saddlery Groceries
Cutlery c c
we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS and GRASS
SEEDS
Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of
Country Produce taken in Exchange for
G oods or in settlement of Notes and Ac
counts Your trade respectfully so
licited J T F DAY
March 4th 1885
G B SWANGO
W T SWANGO
SWANGO BRO
It T BEAN Supt
I
DEALERS in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY
KEErS CONSTANTLY ok hand a full ASSORTEENT ov
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing
Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware
Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer
ies Stoves and Farming implements
In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES
Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of
Country Produee and Live Stock of every description
THE MT STERLING
Iri Fence Mry k Made Co
Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and
are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought
Iron Fence and that the Lest in the world can bity no other We also make a style
adapted to enclosing country Jmrying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub
stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly
enhanced in beauty ana value Uur Machine JJcpartment is supplied witn tne most moa-
em machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per
formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make
special of
Gumming and Hammering Saws
No other shop outside of Louisville can say the Fame
jSSf Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information
Catalogues furnished on application to
DEALER IN
Mt Sterling Ky
JOHN W JONES
3
ales Jewelry ait Shrare
NO 10 MAIN STREET - - - MT STERLING KY
Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky
CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP
One Day Clock strike 2 00
Eight Day Clock
Eight Day Clock
-3
and Album 3
SOLID SILVER WATCHES 9
Silver Plated Spoons 1
jfParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods
JOHN W JONES
75
75
00
00
ESTABLISHED IN 1345
The Leading Insurance Agency
OF MT STERLING KY
Total Assets of Agency -
1885 Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00
1836 Liverpool and London
and Globe of England 36875000 00
1S09 North British Mercan
tile of England 33301000 00
1794 Ins Co of North America
of Philadelphia 971696 33
1710 Sun Fire Officcjof London 5863000 00
1782 Phenix of London 53S3916 46
143848780 80
1861 London and Lancashire
of Liverpool 9260000 00
1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 00
1849 Springfield ot Springfield 2585633 00
1S63 Firemens Fund of Cali
fornia 1473026 00
1869 Northwestern National 1154889 00
1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00
1S65 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 00
Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known
corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cempanies being dear at any price
The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they
would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the
paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN
Office At Traders and Deposit Bank
DAY BROTHERS
FROZEN CREEK
Breathitt County - Kentucky
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
the finest line in both quality and variety of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
ever brought to the mountains and will sell
them cheaper than the same class of goods
can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky
Money Saved is Money Made
Therefore be wise and place your money
where it will do you the most good WE
WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR
OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean
all we sav and if vou are at all doubtful call
at our new store and satisfy yourself that we
have wnat you want ail you neea ana win
not ask the earth moon and stars for it
Our store is a bran new one located at
the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on
the banks of the Kentucky riverrand the
stock in it is bran spankin new also con
sisting in part of
Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats
Boots Shoes Hardware o
No store in this section would be complete
without having everything for the accom
modation of the people hence we carry
Staple and Fancy Croceries
in sucb abundance and variety including
flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar c
that we can sell them very cheap or will ex
change with you for country produce
Those Owing Us Must Pay Us
and well have np monkeying about the
matter Bespectfullv c
June 1 1885 DAY BROS
B F MCCORMICK
J 31 Cor
MODEL PLANING MILL
Mccormick cox
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Rough arid Drtssed Lumber Doors
SASH BLINDS
And all kinds of Building Materia
MT STERLING KY
JOHN KEEP
DEALER TN
FINE HORSES
MOUNT STEELING KY
COACHEES AND BOADSTEBS A SPE
CIALTY
gpss -Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati
or Louiviile can leave their horses with
me and rest assured that they will receive
every attention be watered fed groomed
UX1U UUUUtU
main
Soliciting vour custom I re-
Yours truly JOHN KEEP
Davis Mailory Co
Wholesale Dealers in
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Louis Stix Co
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Carter Bros Co
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LOUISVILLEJ KY
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637 W Main Street
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Wholesale Hatters
LOUISVILLE KY
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Boots and Shoes
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J B Green
J A Hufikker
615 WestMaia Street
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