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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NABOLE' W O FEBRUARY 6, 1896..
Th Great KIDNEY, - LIVER & BLADDER CURE. jtric A Pamphlet m Dr. Kilmer Co, Binghamton, N. Y. FortU l V . J Hnmphrej COUNTY CHAT A Brief Summary, of News From "Wide-awake TJor-" respondents. " ' 1 ELERY ' ' ' - . . : Elsrt, FeU 3. r. The ftirmersre busy cutting wood. "WW Roddy, of Wauseon, and Ella and EmmaJRoddyof this place, were yisttlnginlNorthfBaiHmore the past lew days. Anna Rhorbough, of Hamler, is 'visiting her sister here. Scott Roddy and George Radle rere : Visiting In Custar the latter part of last week. Charley Everle went to MeClnre on business last week. Mr. Bettikover and Will Roddy went to Ridgevine. S.attetid chicleH en pie supperl lastJFridayeXrening, which was given Jby tbe Ridgeville Cornet Band. ... Waskp: ELMWOOD. . Elmwood, Feb. 3d. Emma Gerk, of Sherwood, arrived here last Wednesday to spend a week with friends. 'v-; ' Cbas. 8cbroeder was at Napoleon Thursday on tjusiness. Joa. anil Anna Rich, of Blafflton, Ind., were in thisMcinity Sunday, Otto Schroeder, Jr., was busy haul- tag ties to Napoleon last week. - Noah Yoder, of Linn Grove,' Ind. is in this vicinity.'" . ? . J. E. TTofzineer spent last week with his brother John east of Elmira. Enoch, Joshua, Emma and Saloma Toder, of Bern, Ind., arrived in this 'vicinity last Wednesday and expect to spend some tiineihere, X. Y. . TEXAS. " Texas, O., Feb. 3d. Miss Kate King has 'returned from a. -week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Fenner at Indianapolis. Mrs. R. A. Stark, -who has been seriouslv ill for the past week, is rmach better. Mrs. Lizzie Wisner, of Clayton, Mch.. is visitinir her cousin, Mrs. ! Blair. Adam Anglemyre. of Huntington. Ind., is visiting his brother John and ' family. Mrs. HenryJBortel is lying danger- . ouslyUlat her . heme south of tbe river. Dr. D. E. Haas was in town last Tuesday. The little daughter of Cbas. Bearley is sick. John KendallSrisited his parents Thos. Kendall add wife last Thurs day. F. A. Courtrigfct was in Grand Ramds on business one day ' last week. Mrs. Laura Smfcth is visiting ber daughters Mrs. F. C. Benskin and Mrs. J. N. Durisin. Mrs. I. E. Phippe was called to To ledo on Wednesday by the sickness of Joel. : Mrs. J. DeLong, Mrs. H. Mnshgrove and Mrs. Davis vwited at the home of R. A. Stark the past week. A pleasant party was given at the home of J. T. Tippin last Thursday evening in honor f Miss Belle. Buckets. McCLl'RE., 4 MoClure, Feb. 3d, Stephen Philoottas quite ill wMi lung trouble. . Protracted meetiags are being held - at the C. W. eharcheast of town. Melia Rable. of West Hope, wm the guest of Lottie Peterson Friday, Chas. Cunningham,, who has been sick a number of months with rheu-i inatism, is slowly recovering. " i Benj. Joy is the hafipy papa of. a little boy, which eaiae last week. ' Quite a number of the McClureites lb ve been attending' 6he meetings at rW 6tHope." -' Ed. McClure was io Portage Friday. Maude Maurer, of North Baltimore, -was here part of last week ff i :L. Emery Johnson, of Cotton, was in town last week. - Mollie Dome called on 6nand, Rap. i&B friends Friday. ' ';'-;V. !' Albert Randolph and wife are hap py over the arrival of a little girl. Kinnia Miller, of . Toledo-spent, Sunday with her aunt Mrs, A. Meech. Roy Sheller, of Grelton, was in -town Thursday on business. fltlaj 67erjfco3kei oarjelves ' " i $18,00 Overcoats at $14,00 15,00 at 11,50, 10,00 at' 7,84, 13,50 7,50 5,00 ' All Boys'and Children's Suits at the same proportion.. 1 Underwear, Gloves and EWRhynard, of Bethin, Cor-, nera, spent Sunday itn Ela Mater Mrs. Ed. Carlisle. Cleia Stoner and Perry Kinney took in the dance at West Hope Friday evening. P. B. Seitx and M. Kimberlin spent last week In Budolph. , Master Eoy Cromwell, of Holgate, was here a part of last week. Battle Chroninger attended "the foneral of Mrs. Decker at Portage Friday. ; , Mrs. James Wilcox died at her home in MeClnre February 1st, after a lingering illness of several months. Daisy. BIDGEVILLECOKXEKS. Ridskvillb Cor., Feb 3d. Rev. W. D. Lover, of Auburn, Ind., occupied the Congregational pulpit Sunday, making very lavoraDie im pression,--We understand that pre liminary arrangements are being made looking toward his filling this, and the Pettisville pastorate the com ing year. There was a chicken pie supper on Friday evening last, at the residence of J. A. Mehring under the atrapices of the Comet band. The evening was stormy and the attendance light. M. D. Rand visited Deshler and Continental last week. Otto Gaiman, of Pettisville, spent two or three days here last week. A regular meeting of the Kings Daughters was held at the residence of W. S. Willeman on Saturday last. The W. F. M. Society will hold its f etrular monthly meeting on Wednes day of this week, with Mrs. X. ts. Rouehton. At a recent election the following officers were chosen by the Epworth Leairue for the coming term: Pres., W, T. Chapman? 1st Vice pres., M. D Rand; Snd vice pres., Mrs. Matt Se christ; Sd vice pres., H. A. Fauver; 4th vice pres., Orxin Holmes; sec, Miss Addie Nigly; treas., Stella Kline. VERITAS. COLTON. COMMON, Feb. 3d. Samuel Fouble and wife and Mrs, Parker, of Summit county, this state, and Cyrus Fouble, of Michigan, at tended the funeral of their mother in Delta last week and 'called on Mrs. Julia Younkman. of Colton, Thurs day. The little child Of D. E. Pamsh that had been sick lor the past five weeks was relieved from its suffering by death Saturday morning. The be reaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community. The party given at Frank Neises was a grand success. Jas. Dickson, of Mansfield, O., was here last week in the interest of his farm and called on S. L. Shonk. Mrs. J. P. MoFarland is spending a few days in Toledo. Moses Skinner. AKCHBOLD. Archbold, Feb. 3rd. Adam Drum of near West Unity was in town on business Thursday, Peter Kraemer of Toledo spent a few days with, relatives. A bicycle repair shop has been opened by D. F. Wyse. Will Pumphandle oi Keece was here last Saturday. Preparations are being made for leap year daaee to be given the near future. What might have resulted In a ter rible accident-occurred last Saturday forenoon. A thundering noise like the coming of an earthquake, or a nitro-glyceriae explosion, apparent ly shook, the whole town; people were running through the streets, half scarced, to the place of disaster. The reporters of the different papers had iuat arrived in time, and here is what met thre journalistic eyes. The huge safe in the jewelry store of D. F. Wyse, which is used for the storage of jewelry and watches, and which was being moved to more convenient quarters, , somehow lost its balance and with a tremendous crash the' heavy iron monster fell on the show cases and counter reducing them to kindling and the workmen barely escaping with their lives. The damage is quite large. : Attorney Greenough of,Waaseon was here Thursday attending to legal bnsiness. Isaac Knick and John- Itzig mer chants of Reece whew in ' the city Jwehasing their spring stock. Jacob Kraus of Pettisville was on our streets Friday. .- ;, j Bill Borers of - West Unity was over to shake hands with old friends iiast Saturday. ' ... j Do you like a good ,paper? If so. 4lease subscribe for the North west. Only 11.09 a year. ;,, , ; Edgar Wiler of . Bryan - was here Friday. ' ."i-, v witkUyercoats, Heavy winter ' . ' at 10,75, at . 6,75, at 3,50.' 12,00 at 8,75, 6,00 ; at 4,95, xne - me mhiu uu iuiijju h been let, and work will com mence soon the weather will permit The road will be built on the Old Mansfield and Cold water bed and will run from Mil wauke to Na poleon, where it connects with the Lima Northern. John Imthurn is on the fck list. The council to-night, will debate on the gravel and street paving bllL Mrs. S. Loiter is very sick at the present. . 1 , , Chas Greiser of Wauseon was here Monday looking after his interests. KISDEUVILLE. Kkidkrviixb, Feb. 2nd. Mrs. Anna Fickle is on the sickllst Peter Kinder of Corning, 0., called on friends here the past week. W. T. Cheney has built an addition to his barn. P. Blank of Napoleon, was on our streets Thursday. Michael Frazier returned to Zanes- ville Thursday and will move his family to this county in the near fu ture. ' A. Kinder has been ordered before the special pension board of Indian apolis, Ind. Misses Sadie and Mollis Scott of Findlav. were the guests of Miss Hattie Allen the past week. B. C. Hecker and bride passed through here Sunday on their way home. Wm. Clark was in Holgate Satur day. Miss Alma Davis of the Sand Ridge, called on friends at this place Sunday. Little Wooly. TUBBS VILLE. Tcbbsville, O., Feb. 4th. Dr. A. J. Kline, of Hicksvills, 0. came home to spend a few weeks with his father and brothers. He is just recovering from a severe sick ness. - . . Mlre.Inman is very sick at present, Protracted meeting is still fa pro gress at the ridge chapel; have met with Kuited!success. - The Literary Society held at the Tubb's school house is booming. Christ Kupp who has been suffer ing with appendicitis is better. Georsre Struble made a business trip to Archbold Monday. Rillie Woodburn is on the sick list. Mr. Davis from New York state is visiting at W. B. Tubbs. The Helping Hand Society meets with Mrs. Libbie Fetzer Thursday of this Week. Wm. Mohr's son Vern is convales cing from a sey ere cold. S. A. K. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, "Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money rei una ed. Price 25 cents per box. For Sale by D. J. Humphrey. lyr MARKET REPORTS. ESSSEI Grain and Stock-Quotations For Feb. 3. Sew York. Beef Family, til 00(312 00; extra i 18 00: Danked. 01X89 60. Cat meats Pic bellies, 5(U6e ; pickled shoulders, 6c; pickled nauw, oiuo. iara western hhuq, m w. furk Oia mesa, ill ixxsu a; lanuly. 111 UU short clear, til 60(12 20. Batter Western dairy, 12Q15c; do cream ery, ISOSSic: do factory, s)14e; Klmns. 20c imitation creamery. 12(c8lftc ; state dairy, 1H( zi4c ; creamery, otvan. uneese state lari full skims, 2f&iu. KifgsState and Fennsyl- Wheat 0y8;aitWio. Corn iffc Eye 439 UHS AVO. Boston. Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XXX. 22a23o XX and above, Kt21o; X, l&19c; No. 1, ib txfte : a a. x, iUMaiae ; nne onwasnea, 14c : un- mercnaniaoie, i.aioo; umo contDmgs no I fcMK blood, 2122c: No. 2. ii-blood. 22a23o Ohio delaine. 2122o. Hichisan : X and above. 15($15Kc ; No. 1, UK92O0 ; No. 2, 21(j22c : fine on- Michigan combines No. 1. blood. 20c. : N 2, -blood, 21(d22e; Michigan delaine, 1920a. Kentucky, Indiana ana Juissourl: Uombing, Vbloort, 17(3i 18c: Go W-blood, miSHo: do braid,. I8KWI80 ; clothing, H-blood, 1 180 ; do )4-0iooa, ni(fltiac;ao coarse, iix5iuo. . Chicago. Cattle Fair to best beeves, 3 25(34 80 .stockers and feeders, 12 4S0CnH 75; mixed cows and bulls, SI EK9 80; Texans, 12 854 06 western, ti 15ia3 70. Hoirs Littht, 14 054 80; rough packing Aim smpoinK, to w : mixeu ana Dutcners' 14 06(04 27H: heavy packing and shipping, 13 86 4 27: uies. 2 matt 45. Bhsep Native, (a JHXalfl 60; western, 3 80 s ou; xexans, si outo vo. jbamDs a uo(94 00 Wheat-o. Corn. 2l28)4o.- Oats ?t(9aij4o. Bye wa Pittsbnrs;. Cattle Prime, 4 K1 00; fair to good owcners , to wan uu; ouus, stags anaoows. Hoira-Heayy. 14 804 40: medium, ,H 43 fiheeo and lambs Choice sheen. S3 30S13 50 eonunon, II 0042 15; choice lambs, 13 00(04 90; exponas, 90 ouviyo ou. 1 ' Buffalo. Cattle Market dull Hogs Yorkers, $4 35(94 60; ronghsi common to good, 12 S08 16, mediums and heayies, 14 66 (04 40; pigs, 14 03(414 VS. Sheeps and lambs Bxtras, 13 25(5)2 70; good prime, .12 Wta 10; common, $2 10(32 35; spring uunnssn uwyo w. v eai calves, so ?aK ou. Cincinnati. 1 Wheat No. 2 red, 74c. Corn No, mixed, fflSo. Oats No. 3 mixed, 21Jc Eye Alk 6, 4iAS-i4C Lard ii 60. Bulk meats IS 8!. Bacon- Hog--W 0O4 85. ' Cattle-2 504 25. Sheep i OUStO i UKEaOB 90 IMS lo. . , , Toledo. ' Wheat roie. Corn No. 2 mixed, 29c. (Mm -No. 2 white. 20&O. Byt 41Hc. OloTsrseed- aemarv Suits, Uaderwear and Uaps, we have concluded to give the people ot Henry county tne oenent oi our misiaKe, anu as metse uuub musi cum unu : " the next thirty daya we will quote the following prices: , - Vl i $16,50 15,00 at 12,oo, ,v, 15,00 Boys I ' 8,5o . lit DID NOT PUSH THE BUTTON. Baffiatm War Raad? t D.tfc Umt, hwt thm Dtplnnat Wm Icaoraat. A member of the house who baa served on ths foreign attain oomnilttea, and who baa often oonw In eon tact and still eomea hi oobtact aocially witb many of tbe diplo mat, remarked yesterday: "I Dave jut bad a reioartablo proof of tbe foot that oar South Americas neigh bors lack a good deal of what wa call bom enae in Anglo-Saxon. It was furnished one of tbe ministers of the Sooth American republics now In Washington. Us Is intelligent and hard bnaded enough, generally speaking,, but be foil down com pletely lu rugard to a very limply matter, ncatiag register. "Hi -- - On. nsMcnia In m fiull. lonabta pari of tbe city. The cold snap catnq on, and the minister, began to shiver a frcc:o ig his own house. He endured it la partonoa to weeks. The other day he sent for the landlady. " 'Ah, mndame,' la began in bis obar- aotorlatlo accent, and witb despair in ev ery hue of bis face; 'ah, niudame, I can not stand de house; It was simply 'orreeble dees cold! Ah, I am wretched my wife she ees wretched, do 'ole 'ouse'old ees freezing to dead. I hat seet op In dot. cor ner, a Turkish roog around my shoulders, a blanket around my shoulders so and yet I cannot keep warm. ' It ees 'orreeble eol(.' Why, that is strange,' snm tne land lady. 'Last summer I bad the furnace completely overhauled, and I have never bad tbe least complaint about tbe bouse being insufficiently heated.' 'I no can help dot, said tbe minuter. Vat I tell you ees de truth. I freeze to dead in your 'ouse ever slnoo de colt weather commence. Eet ees 'orreeble.' "The landlady looked around the room. " 'There are two registers here. Do you know how to work them?' " 'WeerU denu exclaimed tne minister. Owf No; I novate touch dem nevair.' " 'Don't you turn the little brass knob when you want heat and push it the other way wbon it gets too warmf asked the landlady. 'No,' exclaimed tho minister m a high, long drawn note of helpless surprise, looking exceedingly puzzled. 'What I know 'bout dat? All I know eos dat I die of de 'orreeble colt.' " 'Well,' said she, 'perhaps that explains it. You see this little brass thing in the reglsteT?' 'I see dat leetlo brass t lug in de reg- eester, yes. Vellf 'Well, all you need to do is to puan it this way. See how it's done?' A hot wave of air suddenly Bhot up into the diplumat's face as he bent over the reglstor to study the mechanism. He almost screamed with Joy as he saw tbe simple process of converting bis ice cham ber into a tropical hothouse, and tbe land lady bad a narrow escape from being hug ged to death. "And lor two weeKs," concluded the congressman, "tbe minister had swathed himself in Turkish rugs and California blankets in a desperate attempt to keep from freezing to death. It bad never oo aurred to him or his Irish butler to push the button in the register. "Washington Post. :' ' It Was the Scenery. Doctor puzsled) You must have eaten something that has disagreed with you. Have you any occupation! Fair Patient I am an emotional ao tress. Doctor (brightcnlngThat aocounts for it. They use all kinds of deleterious substances in painting , scenery. New York iHerald. Expeots this Worst. , I always eipoot t lie worst in all things and all cases, because I know the worst is possible; therefore it is natural for me to expect tho worst, and as it Is the unezpect ed that happens, the worst-, does not often hajipen to me. fiber and Fabric. THF MARKETS. Provision Market . Nafolkoh, O.; Feb. B, 1896. Apples, irreen perba ..... i: , ; 9 40 Apples, dried per lb. 4-5 Heeswax .., Batter 'Eggs per doz, Honey Lard Onio. s perbusheL Potatoes Beans per bo Salt. Coarse Eock, per bbl ... Salt, common per bbl...... Salt. Fine Table per sack... 18 lOtol 13 810 6 40 25to40 1001 50 1 6U 1 00 , 6,ie2S Meat and Poultry Market. Corrected weekly by Frank Beck. xnckled pork Smoked bacon Smoked shoulders Smoked hams Beef, front quarter Beef, hind quarter.. Chicks, live spring .. TnrkfTB.live 10 12K 10 15 5B Ducks pr lb. spring .' 68 Geese 4060 Veal calves 4 00(8414 Sheep, per head v.... .2 008 00 Hides, green......... : 4 Sheep pelts 2535 Corn beef per lb. . 8 Dressed hogs... 4 Flour, Feed and Grain. Corrected weekly by J. Eoller it Oo. VheatNo. z, Hed Rye t ............. Corn Now, per ewt.. Oats. Baokwhent Roller's No, 1 flour per sack. ... No. 2 flour Roller's No. 8 flour per sack Rye flour per Rack... Boalted Meal per sack Corn and oatsahopsper owt.... Br nd per owt. Salt per bbl ; White lime.-.. Wster lime Kaisene plaster Plaster hairoer bu... 69 85 86 18 40 100 90 70 70 15 60 60 1 00 65 1 2 50 26 Buckw heat per sack . ....... ...... 36 fCorreoted weekly by H. H. Vooke ABro, WheatNo.2, 1 WheatNo. 8 t Corn, New per owt Rye and Oats............ Napoleon Mills Gem, per snck.. Napoleon Mills Gem, per bbl... Rye Flour per sack Floo r per saok , 1 0 w grade .......... Boalted Meal per sack. . Bran per owt. Oats and eoru chop perowt. ...... Screenings, chop perewt: Buckwheat i Miohigad salt perbbi Buokwheat flour nrvk ..... 1&&36 100 . 40 . 60 70 15 60 70 B0 . 90 86 SLEHeiNG Ulsters at . $13,00 lo.oo at 7,75, 7,5o at 6,oo, 5,oo at4,oo at ll,5o, 12,oo at 95o, lo,oo at 8,oo, at j 7,oo, 5;oo at 3,75, 4,oo at 3,oo. k : Mitts at same. This sale ' to 1 IT'S THE FASHION for prudent-minded men to wear "Cel luloid " Collars and Cufls. They are waterproof, and besides saving laundry bills and bother, they are comfortable to wear, never chafing the neck and never wrinkling. They can be in stantly cleaned with a wet cloth or sponge. The original interlined col lars and cuffs with a "Celluloid" sur face. Everyone is .marked like this. Elwlgio Mark INTERLINED TmltatMl nfmnrw. but vou want tbe frenulne and your money's worth. Inebit upon goods marKea wiin aoove enure maris. nnr luniiwr em or direct from us. Oollmn 20 .; Cufls 40 els. pair, mailage paid, eta te sue ana wy ie. THE CEXLULOID COMPANY, New York. a A DA I I Is ths bflflt, sMmw gHrwkiw fur tliew goods. NEWS BRIEF3. Many Items t Interest Gathered From All Farts of the World. , Tuesday. The steamer St Louis will take the place of the St. Paul. Six female barbers employed In a Chicago shop struck because the proprieter ejected the lover of one of the girls. The steamer Bustler, off Alaska, picked up 13 men In a rowboat who had been without food and water two days. An Iadian medicine man In Alaska failed to cure a patient and the doctor accused a young buck of being a hoodoo. The accused shot the doctor and then the doctor's cousin shot the hoodoo. Wednesday. Governor Morton of New Mexico says he can not prevent prizefighting there. Michael Jordan, at WichiH, Kan., testified that P. M. Williamson offered him (500 to kill H. H. Leonard. John Morris, Newcastle, Ind., set a straw- stack on fire and then climbed to the top and shot himself. A body taken from a well near Enoxville has been identified as Elijah Cross and four men hfive been arrested. TJr. --i States Judge Ricks at Cleveland hokK mat a member of lim Voluntary Relief association of Pennsylvania can not collect judgment from a railroad for injuries. Thursday. The employes on the Panama railroad have struck. The tailors' strike in Now York has been settled. Chief Justice Baker of Arizona is charged with malfeasance in o2!ce. Louis Gordon of Now York has been con victed of burning his shirt factory to obtain 9SS.C00 insurance. Adolph Niese and wife, who had been sen tenced to 2d years' imprisonment for beating their son to death at Colvillo, Wash., cut their throats immediately after sentence had been pronounced. It has just been discovered that Maude Belle Bonesteel, who mysteriously disap peared from Kansas City two years ago, died in Cincinnati incognito as the result a! a crim inal operation. Friday. The gunboat Helena was launched at New port Newa Thursday. The agent of the Cunard line denies that the Campania was aground. John L. Sullivan is in danger of death as a result of falling from a train in Illinois. The anniversary of the execution of Charles I of England was celebrated in London Thurs day. Harvey Page, wife and two children were burned to death in their home at Marshall, Mich. Patrick McMahon and his three brothers of New - York played a game of cards to decide who should kill the other six heirs to a $SO,00O estate. It fell to Patrick and he killed Bridget Sexton and was arrested. Saturday. W. K. Vanderbilt, it is said, will marry an English duchess. Judge Stephen Perry of Saa Diego, Col., suicided at Phosnix, A. T. C. H. Orbach, a Lutheran minister at Brad dock, Pa., has been arrested charged with criminal assault. The gripman whose car killed General Thompas IE wing in New York has been exon erated by the coroner. T. B. Williams, who murdered a harmless eld negro at Marianna, Ark,, committed sui cide in jail because he feared lynching. A. Krnger of Phoenixville, Pa., says Paul Kruger, his cousin, president of the Trans vaal, was born in Holland, and was never in America. Monday. It is said that Peter Maher and Robert Pits immons do not apeak as they pass by. Elihu Reynolds, who murdered John Woods in Perry county, Ky., has become a raving maniac . Mrs. J. N. Jones of Enterprise, Ky., has eloped with Joseph Mulligan, a one-legged bachelor. Ex-United States Senator Henry G. Davis and Senator Stephen B. Elkins have offered to give 30,000 for a college at Elkins if the Lex ington presbytery will give the same amount, and the offer has been accepted. The Kentucky Women's Christian Tem perance union has sent a protest to Secretary Herbert against christening the battleship Kentucky with Kentucky Bourbon whisky .and suggest clear wstor ircf-wad. commence. Jan. 1st and last until Bni A SPEGIAL SALE of - ; ; . : . , : Boots and Shoes ! 23"To Commence Saturday, Jan. 18, to Marclilst: TVe I v Now is your time to buy, as MfteRH 1st, 1896 U At any Sacrillce. Remember our goods are all new and Of the latest styles. We have.no old goods to offer. Felow we quote a few of our prices Come in and examine the goods and judge fcr yoarself. Former Price. Mens' Patent Leather Shoes.. $6.00 Enamel 6.00 Cordovan 6.00 Tan Shoes 6.00 " " 5.00 Cork Sole Shoes.! '. 6.00 " 1 " 5.00 French Calf, " 5.00 Calf Shoe 3.50 Men's Satin Calf Shoes...$2.00 $1.75 " " " ... 1.75 1.50 Ladies Turned Shoe. Razor or 8quare Toe 4.00 Ladies Welt, Razor or Square Toe Ladies Square, Razor or Round Toe Ladies All Wool Beaver Button Shoe Ladies Kangaroo, Calf, Lace Wool Lined Shoes l.BO Ladies Beaver Top Button Shoe 1.50 Ladies Wool Lined Lace Shoe ' 1.00 Ladies Wool Lined Leather Slippers - 1.00 Ladies Over Gaiters.! ' 25o 50o 75c $1.00 "lile 35c 56o 61)c 1.25 80c Men's Knit Felt Booots $2.75 $2.25. Rememlber, these Prices are FPU CAS1I 03LY. THE ONE PRICE BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE. Spengler ; Keep only the best and freshest -j of everything in the roceryLine. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE ; AND LOWEST ASKED FOB Tobaccos, Candies, Crockery And Everything , Kept in' a Grocery Store. "DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN SAPOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. FOR 13 Horse high, bull strong, pig, and chicken tight. A man and boy can make from 40tok Orodaaday. Over SO styles.! Illustrated Catalogue Free. KITSELMAN Ridgevme, Prof. Smith, for 19 Tturi Prinolnal of ths COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Awarded Mvdal hy WorhV$ Expoitimi For AyKtem of Book-keepin and Creneral BuiIiwh Edumtlon, etc. Coat to compU-to Businew Course about; uut including tuition, hooks and board. Phonography, Typewriting nnd TetosranhT' tmutht. Kt.uou successful (rraiunta Km in banks and 100 officiate;,. Ko Varatloa. ENTER NOW. Kentucky University Diploma awarded our graduates. Auutance given vur pradnateB in wcuring ntuationt, tMt" A onitr that ynur letter may reach Uit$ Coucq rnvtt thi notic and attdret a$ Mow, WtLBUR K. SMITH, LEXINGTON. KY $7 Ohildr ens 5.oo at 3,95, ; 4,oo 3,00 at 2,25. 2,50 at 1,95, ouuaiionrvr -imm 4 ieb. 1st. . Uoods atjtnese prices strictly lAfcH.. , Daring thia time we wilt sell all goods at reduced prices, ( Our Spring goods will goon arrive and we most make ' room for them. In, order to do this ' we have' marked ALL GOODS , Down to Almost Cost! Spied in feruejeates BELOW COSTJ If you are in need of Boots & Shoes OR RUBBERS these goods must be sold by Sale Price 15.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 4.35 5.00 4.25 4.25 ' 1 3.25 Ladies pat la'th'r lace shoe 5.00 ' Cork Sole Shoe.... 5.00 5.24 4.25 $3.50 2.80 1.89 1.45 1.20 1.20 85 85 8!)o 69o 1.25 1.75 2.25 Shoe , 8.00 Shoe 2 50 1.00 Men's Over Gaiters 1 " Felt Boots $1.25 1.00 3.00 3.25 White Felt Boots 2.75 Bros. & Co. Why payee to SOo. arod for fence wnenyou can make the I BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE OH EARTH TO 20 CENTS A KUU i BROTHERS. s Indiana. The New Line to Jackson, The ColnmbnB, HoeHtop Vine? and Toledo Kail way known aathe Backio Boute. try where in tbe great itatem Ohio, hue rhown Ha progtctsive nettt nd far-iritibtedn,f,i by hnilUii'K a Jlne ot its own to tbe fircut coal fleldt of Jackon cnunly and wachiDR oat for a part vt (he kip- bulk of tbe i)U8iDetH coming rom that territory, 'ihe line rons from McAnhnr Junction to Jtckeon. a dla tance ot some veveolpeu mliet, parsing (hitxieh tbe tbrtviBK town of Hamdun. Willalon ai dToal ton Three psBPfnger traina are optratid eacb. way to and from Columbus and two trams from Ohio Bivorpolma, thus giving the hv.t-t pcanlbla service and making toe cities named n oie acces sible tban ever belrre to smroundliio; towns. In ibe very near future an electrio line will be ope rated over the Mime tracks Vxtwevii V.'etliitoD and Jackson, givicg patron a thirty minute service durlns. tbe bnt-y hours of tbfrday, Vhen visiting Hftmden, Weliston or Jaeknon trv tbe new ill e . It is tbe most direct, qu.cketa and mot comfortable route to reaeh these points from ail Northun, Cen tral and fcouthern Ohio. Agent of the O. H. V. & T. By., will give you inlorujatlon af to time of trains, rates etc. Jau za-2m Sale! Overcoats, 5,25 at 3,oo, 3,5o at 2,85, 2,oo at l,5o, -l,5o at 1,20.