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Cut that tired feeling Means danger. It Indicates impoverished And impure blood. This condition may Lead to serious illness. It should be promptly Overcome by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which purifies and Enriches the blood. Strengthens the nerves. Tones the stomach, Creates an appetite, And builds up, Energizes and vitalizes The whole system. Be sure to get Only Hood's. IUG SANDY NEWS. Entered at the postofflce at Louisa, Ky., as second-class ma tier. Published Every Friday By M. F. COXLEY, . Editor and Proprieto' Office : Gcxsell's Buh'K, Main Street, Lonlsa, Kentucky. Terms: One dollar per year, in advance. Advertising rate furnished upon application. FIUDAY.Mav 20,1853. Major Genenl Fitzhugn Lee will command the Seventh corps, now at Chickamanga. Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, England's "Grand Old Mn," died laxt Wednesday morning, aged S9 year. Congress has granted a pension of fifty dollars per month to Major General Cassius M. Clay.of White hall, Ky. Gen. Clay Is now draw ing J1. per month as a Mexican veteran and is 84 years old. Mr. Allison estimated that the War Revenue Bill as reported to the Senate by the Finance Com mittee, would, independent of the Democratic amendments, produce one-hundred and fifty millions of dollars in annual revenue.aud that the Democratic amendments would if incorporated in the act, increase this amount to the extent of $75,- 000,000. THE WAR. Recent Developments and Present Status. The Spanish fleet put in its ap pearance at some of the small is lands south of Porto Rico last Fri day and soon sailed In a southwest direction. They were next beard from on the north coast of Venezu ela. From here they sailed west ward, but subsequent events show that as soon as they were out of night of land they changed their course and went east. They were i next reported to be at San J uan.but If thli report was true they have since left there Much apprehension was felt for the Oregon, but it is now leported safe by the department and it is thought to be with Sampson by this time. The Flying Squadron sailed from Hampton Roads Friday, bound for Key Wert. Sampson's whereaboute are un known. The Spanish fleet seems to be avoiding a conflict while our fWU are anxious for a meeting. It is re ported that another strong Spanish fleet has sailed from Spain to rein force the one in Cuban waters. From the very best sources the army and navy situations may be summed upas follows: Schley's fleet,.he flying squadron, is at Key Wast. Spain's fleet is off San Juan. Sampson Is somewhere between these two, sailing for Key West. He nay get there today or tomorrow. When he arrives there wiil be a reorganization of and re distribution of the ships. A new flying-squadron, composed of the Brooklyn and New York, armored cruiser, two of the fastest battle ships, and a number of the largest and fastest cruisers will be formed to chase the Spanish fleet. Slow battleships and' monitors will be left The occupation f Cub by sol diers will be begun as soon at these fleets are an Ued and reorganized. Troops and provisions are now ready to move. Bombardment of Havana will be begun simultane ous! with the starting of troopa. Gee. Alger says be thinks the ar my of occupation will move in a few day. The movement against the Spanish ships and against Cu ba will be almultancoua, but en tirely independent. Save Your Money. One box of Tutt's Tills will save many dollars in doctors' bills They will surely cure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels. No Heckles Assertion Tor sitk headache, dyspepsia, t-i .l.iri.i, constipation andtilio '. ,i million peoplt" endorse UJTS Liver PILLS WERftYILLE John Howell and James Hpenoer left here on Monday for Kentucky run where they will engage la ma king staves this summer. J. W. Woods has returned from North Carolina much benefited by his stay out there the post winter. W.H.Woodson Monday sold to Watson and llorton about 300 head of fine sheep. John Roberts, Millard Hensley and Robert Perkins left here for Iouisa to enlist in the army under ut. Johnson. Horn, to the w ife of K. H. Webb, a boy. Win. Adklns and wife of Olluville were on a visit to their relatives on Saturday last. We will put our town against any place in Eastern Kentucky for dogs as it's no trouble to count 20 or 30 any time. K. Holbrook, after getting home from school, has taken hold of the plow handles to give hb hands a toughening. Mrs. Sarah Watson is visiting her friends and relatives at this place this wwk. , Dr. Biggs of Greenup, Is here shaking hands with friends and re lations. Melville Sparks, of Ulaineomes here wet-kly with cattle and sheep. Son's Nom de Plume. PAIXTSVILLE. The following attorneys have ar rived to day, 17th, from a distance: Ralph Booten,Prestonsburg; Alex Lackey, Louisa, and T. Y. Fltzpat rick of Washington City The grand jurors are, Tivis Hopson, Ransom Shavers, George McCloud, Ed Wheeler, John W. Watkins,Ell Stapleton, Harkless Cooksey, Abe Music.8. W. Ward, T. J. Roberts, Thomas Pendleynd David Smith. Pendley lathe foreman .....The following compose the petit jury: James Rice, W. B. Arms, John Green, Zeph. CaudilL Geo. P. Rice, James Sturgeon, Jesse Preston.Baz- il Daniel, Dan Spradlin, Wm. Pres ton, H. J. Yanhoose, Jack Arwood, Wm. Webb, T.J. Starobaugh, Alf ( rider. IsaacWilliams, II. H. Nick- ell, Powell Williams, James But- lerjamea Hall, John Fitch, Mor gan Wells, Winfiehl Stambaugh, and J. F. Auxier Congressman Fitzpatrick made an excellent ad dress to the people in which he re affirmed his views on bi-metalism, and told us what he has been try ing to accomplish in Congress. He is in favor of having the Cuban war brought to a speedy close. He of fered bis own services to bis coun try but was informed that they were not needed at present as a soldier. Tom is an orators states man and a patriot and we ought to return him to Congress to com plete the excellent work he has be gun for his constituents Dan iel Conley, brother of B. II. Conley, Is here having his eyes treated by Dr. Bays. He bad the measles which settled in his eyes, causing him great pain and causing tempo rary blindness. Dr. Bays says be will recover his eight Jay Draughan was granted bail in the sum of U,000. which be will, with out doubt give Wednesday. He is an Intelligent man.of good address jml declares t'uat his not guilty of tbe crime of which bets chargid.' His trial comes up Monday. Scribbler. FALLSBl'RU. ! Sam Canes, one of our be t boys,4 has entered the mercantile busi ness at Ashland and writes of bis success. e are glad to bear of It for Sam Is a noble-hearted fellow, capable of success, and worthy of trust and confidence Dunlap Bradley and Jeff Maynard, who paddled their canoe in the upper waters of Tug for some weeks, re turned .rather unexpectedly lat week and are now heard singing: Home, sweet home. They are now engaged In tbe timber business at home R.M. Curnutte was at Sulphur spring on Sunday school business The storehouse of Morris A Bro. is Hearing comple tion and when finished will be an wrnautwut tw our town. Other im provements are going on W. J. Vaughan and L. N. Hutchinson have secured a $1,000 job of haul ing on the Calvin tract of land on Cat, where that timber Is now be ing cut with a large band mill. We know that Lute and Jamison will succeed for they are energetic and industrious and in thelrenter- prise, they have the best wishes of all The recent tide in Blaine left considerable timber on tbe dam and about the rocks near ths mill. F.C. Cochran went to East Fork Monday. Wandering Pete. MERIT is what baa given Hoodi Sarsaparilla largest sales ia the world and enables it to accomplish Uioujana. of wonderful CURES. CHARLEY. Hied, on May ltlb, Taylor Bor ders, of Low mansville, from rheu matism. Relatives f the deca-ed have thedeepest sympathies of the community. Mrs. I'r. Graham lias Just return sd from a visit lo her slrkmolherat Irad. Rhode Spencer Is talking of go ing to ths war. Measles are quite thick In this neighborhood. Walt Hays and wife were visit ing la Johnson county Saturday nd Sunday. Mrs, Claris Itlshnp it visiting her siter-ln-.lsw, Mrs, (ieorgle Moure Ibis week. "J-' ' 1 J- Mr. Rosa Meade and Mrs Jennie Austin and daughter.were visiting at Brushy Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Sheaves, of Chicago, Ison a visit to her relatives In this place. John Hay. went to l-oulss on la-t Tuesday. Hooiier,wUh you success In your new field of labor. 2-Cbuma, we have found our en velopes. Hee? Borders Meade and 11 ante Moore keep us supplied with fish. Ws will put Ionzo Burton against the world for having a good mem ory. IN is Just 21 years of ae and sajsbecan remember very distinct ly when lbs sun was totally ec lips ed, 23 year ago. Willie. CARRIER PIGEONS III WAR. S rr.ml Beea Maae la I'M Tata. Ik. Se .atla Vk OS Ik (MM. Tbe eipcriuirnts which the French joiemin.ul ia sow making with carrier pigeon, are not eov though from the scientific waj in arlik.il Ihrj an being snndiK-lrd ll la beiU've.t that new data a to the eflit-irnry of these swift birds ta iDrweiigrni in t me of war may b gr.thered. Similar esperimenta bava been made in this country recently, not able those nnd'.r the management of Howard Carter, of the naval homing pigeon service of New York, says tha Sun. It is calculated t lat the pigeons tf at a rate varying from 30 to so miles aa hour. Tbia meaua t'lat a meaage from a ship 200 milra at -a might be aeat to the home Inft In fro in four to lite hours. for Instance, If the pigeona were re leaied from a .routing vessel to give warning of tt:e approach of an enemy's esel or fleet the; con 1J beat the aver age pjtrul boat to .bore by ten or 12 Lours over a t.MVaiiIe cturse. Such ad vance w arning would be of great value In an emergency. It la propoaed, la case of war. to place eralra of theae pigeona on board the faateat patrol boats which niav be algned to out. aiie duty. Mr. Carters method of training pi geona differs niatertafy from that of few year. ago. He flies bia birdaaiagly or in pair, at dtttance. ranging front ten to 400 milea from the home loft. When they are released ia pairs he .ends s slow bird with a svrtft one. Ua found that the olj style of taking a basket full of bird, and releasing them at varying distaurea in lota of ten or 1J didn't lit the pigeona for swift flights when they were released aingly. The New York loft broke the record for ISO milea In ISM), and it is believed that if the necessity for using pigeona ari.ee those from tbia loft will do gooJ service to tbia port. SHEATHING A SHIP. CmaHIa Wrlal lav Larwvlr Vsaw aaa fka Worh la Oalcklr Uss.MW.ir Damm. Yacht, built of wood are sheathed with copper, and to are many tugboats, llercbant tblpa are sometimes shea thed with copper, but nowadays the material most commonly used ia a composition metal, which in appearance resembles braaa. It does not wear so long aa cop per, but it coats less. Tbe composition metal comes in sheet, about three feet by one foot four Inches. They are fastened on tbe .klpa with nails of tha same material. SomeUmea the abeatb iug ia nailed directly on to the boll of the .hip. Sometimes it la nailed over another sheathing of felt, which helps to preserve tbe calking In the aeama, say. the New York Sua. When the ablp baa been placed In a dry dock, or raised out of water om a Boating dock, the old metal ia stripped off and If she la to have a felt aheathing tbe bottom of tbc .hip la first painted with a coat of pitch, and tbe .beets of fi.it are raid upon That, and then the theets of metal are nailed on over them. Tbe work is done very rapidly, and. at li e same time, with gnat nicetr. Kverr i a. I bead is sunk so t tat It I. fiioh with Ibepiatr. If tbe band were aisstd over lbs sheathing ant where it would be fuund smooth. If tbe nail bead's were permitted to project tbev would, of course. Interfere with the speed of tbe vessel. rWventv-Bve men can sheath an l.Suu- trn .hip in two daya. The cost of sheathing such a abipwnth composition metal, over f'lt. Including material. dock chargr-a. labor, and everything. would be about MjCiuft, or a little less, and och a sheathing would but about two long voyages. THEIR ACCUSTOMED PLACES Tm mi tka Twetva Dowaerai laaj Jarrasew rite lata Iks frlsluj Dark. "I ba.e just returned from a trip to tbe southwest," said a lawyer, aorord-li-S to the Xcw York gun, "and when ever 1 happened to be ia a town wbcra a court was sittiug I made It my boat ness to go and see how justice waa dis pensed, in on loam, which shall be nameless, the trial of s nu who had been accused of shouting a neighbor's dig "as about to begin. 1 found the sourlnjoB. crowded with local chaxae lera. each one of V bom mosnted at least twa rapid Are guos, alick-oiled and well loaded. Twelve of these fellows bad been drawn foe tbc Jury, and as lhy swaggered around it waa eaay to sre that they felt their own Importa By and by there was an agitation near tbe door, aad la ma irked the Judge, tteatiug himself on lbs bench be rapped for si Usee. and. aUcg aa hia owe crier, he shouted, ta a maaaive voire: "The court will sow come to order.' snd it came. Another tbump ow bia ocsk. and then the judge said, in a de risive taahioa: "The grata who be bee a draws fur tbe Jury will Pttm take their ac customed places.' "Twvlv heavily armed men arose as one mas. and tea of tbrm filed Into the dork. A Jelly tissS rellaw. Tbe doctors of Alelboeref gua a dia ier te tit city coroner recent 'y, aad by wav of a Joke decided to make tat morgue the banu,uat room, bo tbe slabs ac which many lifeless bodle. have lata were utilised as tables, aad the rus tonstry depresalug alienee of the place of death gava way to the merry pop ping of rbajnpagiM corks aad the Jolly ckorua of "lie", a Jolly Hood Fellow." 1 be higher oBtclala of the elty took the levity wi.i such aa 111 grace that ths coroner I. likely to lose hit bead. The problem ef lifting one'a self bf the boot straps Is s king way toward be ing sotted. A ailneroa the eilg of the Mohai desert, t slifornla. having good gold ruck, but no water or wood for mill powder, put up a windmill with whkh he hoists deaert sand, which Sow. outo a "water" wheel which turn, hi mill, snd I. hulsted again and sgaln. - -1. JJ.IJB afaas,. Cnop report ! KENTUCKY The high condition or the wheat The K'rP'l shown by tha April report has been Bu,b' eto-a ' P'-P maintained throughout tb. month ,3,h' Tn r'1t (,P r,rnt and were it not torth.unawonnta- U-Bd WM P" l''"r bis low average reported from a tn-tiswUi with mint beautiful few counties lying principally la n,u"11"- Southeastern section, tbs condition M'- McKlnxis rforms ad mi would show a considerable gala rb,y 00 ,he vlo,ln' over the very setiefaclory condition Tn l-t-lorjr sddress was de of April lt. livered by Manuel rialer, essays Tbs crop Is free from Insect sne- by S. W. Kr.iier and Miss Mousie miss and only an occasional men- Williams, m li.llon. by Ml.ee, tlon of yellowing, caused by cold r,e '"" "' Roa Williams, rain, marks a perfect condition. dwl,n- nley, ora The condition for the entire State, tion, l r J- 'hsndler, B. K. C.u May 1st, averages 101. Ou May 1. n "" " fallen. The 1N9T, the condition was 9i, May I, '"'B" school room w as filled tolls IS!, the condition wa71. uU""t "I'" nadeverybody sk The condition of tbs oat crop on P,wJ P,"hI' May 1st, average 8i. May 1st, W, "cull court convened May 10th the condition was 7i. Horns early with Judge Auiier pre-lding and oats were froicn by the cold westh- A"d Kirk. tommonweslth's Al er of April 5th and 6th, but lbs in- tora 7 Jury was only temporiry. The town I. full of people but the Tbs acreage .t corn is estimated ony "'-resident atu-rney present at 89 r;cent of lbs average of Hon. V. M. llsker, of Knott Co. isj; Jay l'raugbati's wife Natlendlng The month has b -on unfavorable COBrt- J' ' " P on for planting, and loss than to per Tuesday, tin siys that he think rent,of the crop was planteil prior he will sucieed lngtting a change to May 1st. The weather was un-"1 v"nu- favorable for germinal Ion, and it Is Fr"nk l". who has been at apprehended that the stand ob-j l-ntoB with the volunteers, re tained from the early planting will turned - J, Ibe Wth. He is not be poor. willing to leave hi. Old Kentucky 1'rei.aralions for a largo crou of BOm' to ' r- tobacco are being pushed as rapid ly as the season will permit. The damage to plants by tbe freeze ,f April 5th and 6ih was not so great as at first indicated. Tbe supply of plants wasln ths first place so abun dant that tbe small percentage of loss will hav no appreclableeffect upon the rereage. The promise of earlv pastures has not been fulfilled. The weath er during April was not calculated to push vegetation, and as a conse quence the conditions of pastures May 1st, as compared with avsrags years is bot Ss. Clover meadows and pastursasbew In ths general slow growth and of poor ondi tious. Stock continues in a good thrifty condition despite tbs lsck of suffi cient pasturage. . No disease save cholera among bogs Is as yet re ported, and even this is decidedly below rather than above tbe norm al percentage. Reports on tbe condition of tbe fruit crop sre conflicting on Mms points. All reports agree that at lat a fair crop of apples exists to this data; though early apples may provs vhort, ths bloom for them being light. As to peaches, there Is a wide difference of opinion on conditions. Miny correspondents report tbs crop entirely lost, others report a light crop still remaining, and a few reports are received that the crop hi uninjured. The condition as compared with average year are: applesl; pears, 43 ; peaches, 3 7 ; cherries, i 3 ; grapes, 85, and strawberries, 78. Ll't'AS Mookk, Comm'r of Agriculture. THINK sbout yoor health. Itonot allow scrofula taints to develop in yonr blood. Take Hood's Saraav rilla now and keep yourself WELL. PROGRAM. I'r. grunt of the Kv. S H. I'nlon 'lor niWt-rial district No. S, to be h-l.l at Oliovllle, SttorJay June :!h-4'h. I I .,ni snfi Qj-rlut ,i rat raalinie prayer by C. W. Jones. 3 Welcome address Rev. James Bsrrett. Response W.J. Vaughan. 3 Election of officers and reports of ths varlona Secretaries in the district. 4 How to interest parents lo S. S work. Green Bishop. How to retsin our bold upon tbe boys, Joseph Hutchinson. 5. Tbe worth snd the winning of a child, Sam Jobe. Tbs importance of on r work, C. W. Jones. 6. The value of the teacher's meeting, Rev. David Rice. The pastor's place ia ths Sunday School, Rev Jan. Barrett. 7. Every day mistakes in child training, Joseph Reeves aid Isaac Cunningham. 8. Tns need of spirituality In convention work, W. J. Vaughan. Tbe bible and patriotism, R. M. Curnutte. Closing addre-s by J. W. Woods, Jr. i. W. Wood., F. M. Short, Isaac Cunningham, O. J. Vaogban, Committee. DURE BLOOD Is Die roandaMoa of healtlt. Hood's Ssrsanarilla makes tbs blood para, rich aad eoo rishingand giTsaaadmiinUlnsgood HEALTH, MORGAN CREEK, Our Sunday School prog res nicely under tha supsriatendencs of Rev. David Rice, There will be a pie-mite at the school house Saturday week. Mrs. Cove Sparks, who baa been aick for soma time, ws are glad to note, Is now considerably better. Glover Adkln's wlfs is very low with pneumonia fever. Cobs Spark says hs wants sow j one to march with him next Sun day aa Aunt Jane broke hr toe and cannot com. Born, lo tho wife of Rudolph La ni hurt, a very One boy. The 8. 8. Convention will b held atOllovllls 1st Saturday In June, at 9 :30 a m, and gisid time Is ex pected and order wilt b kept. Wm. Atkins has purrha-sMl a fins watch snd ssy. It Is a plumb sight. John Newsutn was celling on hi. best girl Hudsy. Dish I'ao. rAINTKVUXK. Hon. T. S. Kirk has been to Isl ington recently where he saw many of our boys w ho have volunteered to serve In the army He says all seem well pleased. But some of tbe boys are gelling tired and will prolmbly come home. Ws do not think they will have to remain longaa tbe Spaniards can not hold out much longer agiinsl ourinvlnclble. Ws have an extensive docket for tbs present term of the court. Scribbler. To Cure a Cold in On Day Take Laxative ltromo Quinine Tablets. All druggits refund the money if It fails to cure. Sot'. For sals by A. M. HiiK'h. s and J H. Reynolds, Ioulsa. Ky. LITI1.K BLAINE. Farmers have nliuol finished planting corn. There Is not much sicknesaon our creek. Our creek has Inen well repre sented In the Cuban war, as some of our brave boys started lo go. Some of them stayed one day and others ons day snd nlgbt before they got back home but you bel, there was rejoicing when they got in hssrlng of the Old Kentucky home. Andy Frsnce I selling some fine chestnut-oak timber at eight and a third cents per tree; 12 treat In the dollar. I think he Is raising niesns lo have a trout toolh put Into bis Whiskers so that he can whistle tbe war turns. Mr. John OoU.rn and Mrs. M. F. Sweiiiaiu wtut down Hie rreek on tbe 15th. M, H.Thompson an I family left our creek on tbe 12th to locate at Deering Ideal Mower gSge: adjustable drag bar and shear cutting knives. The only niowr that can be drawn at a slow walk or started in any crop without Iwcking tho team. liKKKIMJ HAY RAKK.S machines aa are iHwring Binders Call For "FHKTY HARVEST SHASnXs" Free. C K. CRUTCHER & LIVE DRUGS. In medicine, quality is B everything. You can't 3 H shake oil sickness with stale or impure drugs. I sell I LIVE DRUGS, Z Not dead drugs. j A. M. HUGHES, Louisa, iuiiuiiuuiuuiiuiumiuiitiuiuuiuiuuiiuaimi a r ikv, in style and MP AM 1 1 M. CORN & CO.. 1 Thscker, W, Vs. Ws are sorry to Turn Ball Is thinking of locating at Tom Fraley's. Rumor has It that there will be a wedding on our creek In tbe near future. William Justice has moved Into the house recently vacated by M. II. Thoiiison. tlus Moore found Ihe pockets to his work psnts snd says be can car ry bis jack knife In one, and tobac co lit the other. I think tlartield was mistaken about seeing I'nc.ls Ti. I tbiuk he Is gone, (iurlleld cau'l m Vt-ry straight since he shavtd bis mous tache off 1-ovh Moore Is Invoniug at J as Adams He i-ays if Krsnk don't in terfere too soon be wiil soon be all right. William Thompson Is visitl g on Georges creek. Sarah Hays is boasting over her pets. They are so peculiar I,. tbeir tricks. A .berry Thompson says he will either join the army or the hawk psrty.aud he says be is not partic ular which. Hud Moore would like lo givs a b!ow to Spain's forehead with bia club. Well, Skid, tel! Lyss Steel we bave a w ind mill on our creek but it Is noi run by natural gan. Two-Chums. Hood s Are BMKh la nuie; aissv. aavas. a rsady. .fflrteni .aii.tse- ILB .Mm tarv:svvratsroUw rf. III S ears sll B. IIW. - ms aS tsasSWs. MSMlfSs. Me rrVs at , if. Tss sslv Mil. to Isks silk IMvsS atftoswlli. The real rxaen Commodore 1H w ey withdrew his fleet from the com bat, arter in hour's MgTiling, was probably not to "get breakfast," as was reported, but to give his gun nerstiuie to cool. Those who have examined closely the construction of a modern warship bave wonder ed bow men could continue an en gagement for even an hour In any warm rliinate.wltb the steel shields covering almost every avem e for the free circulation of air, with lt tie batches down, and with -re rre ly any but artificial roes is if cir culation. IjiulsviMe Times. TAPE WORMS " taaa waewa ssbSsaai feat laaej SI sat fa as las ma sftoa ? lasiaa las CS Ak KTS. Tkl. I la aua ka. aaaaaS mw k4 kasllk be la. asaltkrss vases I M SUU SUlsa Cannu, la. salt aslaslU. waruil at anus, ay ssaslbls pepla Oao. W. BoWLSS. Bsuw. ataaa CAMOV CATrVkirnc fssaH snsa has Twa 0aS luus. a est Mrsa wa m mm mm. m CUMf CONSTIPATION. . are aa much in advance of other Mowers and Reapers. Co., Louisa, Kentucky. TI1E DITTERENCE in the Qtifillty and the amount of light produced by an old fashioned TALLOW DIP 'Ji and an INCANDUSCENT BULB S is ih more marked than U the diffcrcnevj in appear quality of the Wearing Ms Ill Ilia! IIICUl HIIIIAIT TAfllll. 1 J l aud tbc work of the mass of Tailor, eas "tyjT&S Tss SuKs awe) oaec.ast at h larva ae see ' I II ess avasaooaa af Taiiansa Art, W Cuaeaaraa ta fn aas srsaae raw mm4 save raw ssaaaa. W CHOICI NIW PATTISHt w sslacl Haws. ATC V MEEKS A Few Samples. Here are Prices: Good bar soap.almost as largo as Lenox. 2 Uars lor Selicia which sells at most every place elso at 10c per yard, we sell regularly at Crinoline, Wigging, Corset Jeans, and yard wide dress lining.the 10c kind. Good Baby Shoes, per pair OUR LINE. Wc sell Shoes, Notions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware al most everything in - Gen eral Merchandise. COUNTY CLAIMS Payable out of levy of 1898 taken in exchange for goods. See our Beautiful Lino ol Spring Calicoes and Ginghams. The Eloise Improvement Company. Il'tnlera Slric trls oll xlnml. Mm ml a TUG Han wto Is Eafe!::;j a iiiii Gron aVai lirvaing raciertW'h ri o.J, si are the 1--J fi . stars nun O ui Ijc t .t-t i eras) Is sai santesiliil , tbs (cam isjc.'lx. ' J.1 rvTr.Y. llaiiawiin Mjchiar arc the pec"-'.;::.-... V'.:', U. - ? '. tfc'njtkal keew SVnra Ssysvasssf nWrt are other l-nli tlJ - t i i i it i n i an an (bey are a casataoily ejt cl I - ir r eeine Isnuka anaswfi lirt. aSoMI eisa hi ' erperi "e I. f. : i-. : 1 : s wothlng chssf sr tbaa tas best. b harvestaog M.M.f 1 ii 1 . Taw McCoranick k.i'.t-h.-i..i O. i.'.j'.or UnJar. The McCoruick Ntw 4 Mi. I .'.-wc.-. Tbe McCerwikk Ffli!is; i a. y J - The StcCarr.il. k Vetlksl C. .1 ;'.iiLr. Csokt ia and let ea show you t!i: : .- f STS tbs enly kma U csru. McCormack Mowers Are the best on earth. Here are some of those owning McCormack machines in this section. Jay II. Norlhup, Iritis. II. J. Mayoanl, louLa. John PUmonit, Isvuisa. J. I. Muni-ey, Louisa. Landon Carter, Iiul-i. lHtnlel Wheeler, Flal (lap. Wm. William-, l ist Uap. Monroe Walters, Maine. It A. lUaliop. Itlaine. Chandler A Wheeler, Itlaine. lr. Uambill, Blaine. IVIer Ituriress, Wi'Sur. I). J. IVtera, K.ftle, Wtwt Vs. C. S. Frailer, Kurt iav, West Va. (Itla Wellman, Kort (lay, W. Va. Warren Itouiaeoa, Fori (lay, W.Va Snyder Bros. some specimens of our 6c. 8ic. 85c. 30c. 1.01 ISA, KY - t-- . '. I Ci Virvt turn rV ahsasV" .' . .' i'.- i.l' -st fata the i 'j. -. ; 1.4 pnfl rmat i t i .-. -, . .1 f- si nawuusi aa s - .. .. .. . . ;. j iS (roaoruaa sbsv ke ?. VSaVi .. ' : the ooly kind ww hanJa) J:ime. Ferpifi,o, Tort (lay, W. Va. Warne Jam II, Kurt ia , W, Va. I. 1. Branliam, CltiTurd. J xin i s 1 Tope, Clifford. Mat Klam.ClilT.ird. Jinive I'n-atim, liicbardson. Ahram Vaughan, Irad. rli:u. Cay in-, iUle;. U 1, llorlon, It.iU:iIT. U 1". Watson t Son, lUkliff. A. K, Knnn, Willanl. Wesley WYMi, til.-uwood. W. K. Cohen, (ilenwootl. J. It.Wehls (ili-nwotsl. J.K.t Im.lwi. k, IsllHl.urjt. Win. Chniuilfi', liowmanaville.