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I 'rices reasonable. hMm, OFFICIAL OMAN OF TEE PARTY IK HE FOURTH COM.RESSIOm DISTRICT. TEH!-5L.- li?ir Au.b. Is idmct. 1 :jm $1.25 TiiJ & sr 'pen ear. CARD. VOL. IV. THE TEACHER'S DREAM. HA11TFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1892. in the Houeo appropriating 850,000 for the sufferers. Why is it that men in the ordinary course of business would scorn to do a dishonorable net will scheme to NO. 38. ss. that as tho days grow longer, nnd when the day's work is over, that they should give nt least one hour of study to something that will prove aud instructive, nnd pro- State Directory (Inienior I.iaiiuiuiil iuTeitwr acrretnry of Chile Attorney llrnrral Auditor Tlio weary tcuclier hnt alone Wliilo twilijjlit gntliurcd ouj ll.adley Anil not n hoiiikI whs heard around, W.J.Henilriok The boys and girls were gone. .1, (J Normea Henry Hale I, Y. Drown M.C.Alf.ird Trean.rer Keilalerof l.ixnd Office.... Adjutant (leuural upl. PuUI lnlriii"ll'n Clark 0. A II. Kweiifo J. (Jro PuHie rrihtir ... . E. P. Tlioinien A. Aitilainn K Polk Jolmxm The wenry teacber ml nlonc, Unnerved und pale was be; Howcd 'ne.illi a yoke of cure, be epoke In mid soliloquy. Another round, another round Of labor thrown away, Another chain of and pain Dragged through n tedius day. is constant zeal, is loct, Love's The hopes of morn, fo golden, turn, ICueli j,l, Cimm'uneltl.lluri.ey Utfc 0oriaYe'lnner eo-.-:- :v cc-r-x&'- Circuit Court mutine r. and Smi-tii- l lliv 4lh Monday in May ....Joij V P I.illie .Noe J ' Hum-I-t I "Of no avail ItlninPT inVrin':::::....: ig,l4, J I' Mprtnii H , ri'IlX Hon All ItnlbtiMik I evening into dro.. jHfr I A 1' mitt coutt-n- the Wt Mund.i) - lumwn month 4'otirt cuntfiii-- ril.Jul) ando. tui Covixt Ugma the lli 3rd i Monday csvrr. January, In In October biiJ Hi "1 Fqtiundcr on n bairen lield My strength, my life, my all: The seeds I sow will never grow, They perish where thuv fall." He fighed, and low upon bis bauds His aching brow be preyed; And o'er his iranio ere long there came A toothing sense ot rest. And ihcn he lifted up bis face, lint started hack aghast The room by slraugo and sudden change, Assumed proportions vast. and one Addressed a listening throng; Each burning word all liosomsstirrcd, Applause rose loud and long. " Januat). lt Monday I.. 1 cf Clairan. JilMlr.'a court held 111 March, June. perdatinppolitlh rud IKinuUr, (J tV Turner, It, 4,1, .1 4, nmnca. lHr. J I...L I 4. I aimwiLI. hllltlLil l'il)nrC"ll"Uhtp. Id, l'. 'I. Sleiena, le, ..:-iif. . I.e.rnl, II, It, 14. 14. (T. (. V lln, ' I. I Kddi. Miller, i. I, I, .1, t, I, 'L J 1.11 l, (Jr.' Pa)Lei.u-ti.blllrndrr, 1. e. Illtl.l rinMii. Ilttinf. X. iUT iis i (Peir) 7, , , , (ll Ui)iircuii.liUf. I, Wi.od.rard, II, Kwwe 7, 7, 4, It seemed a .Senate-hul- l, f 4J,eu W (WM II K V lulk.raon, I.', II, II. II II, II, II. 1' Xm, couitable. utry, 1I.1K V. U', , MillerioiiM. 8, 8. The 'wildered teacher thought he knew The speaker's voice and look, "And for his name.'Vaid be, "the same Is in my record book." dissolved, The Etatcly .Senate-lu- ll A church rose in its place, Wherein there stood u man of God Dirpcnsing words of grace. And though bespoke in solemn tone And though bis hair was gray, The teacher's thought was strangely wrought; "I whipped that boy The church, a phantasm, vanished soon; What saw the teaehei then? In clascie gloom ofiilcoved loom An author plied bis pen. I'olll-- r rmirla. H IhIUii-J- J ni.rahal. ('o.oan- .rc""aiiLir- -J laul.hnl. Mil. hell, JnJ.i-! r Tjlor, A itanlfl, J ti. I'anlel, Ja u. liullinK, I, V liidon,)iid.; -, H.itn.ap I. Ilawkln- uiarnln.1. ku Jill; I'IIhiiiim, Renreat.-Klt- llai.l, U tro'-lcr- Mim- -l larl ll. , liulr. ju.icj 4tIn-r'onnl- nirr. JofW J ...C W rhnl-ii.ritl'ii.i'i- I.. n....r i rtrtl II llraJlBjr i.tou.r.... Kr M. T. (urtliHiiii-U- nirrli,Hotilh. in moh month NiiHlajr inuniuiR. IlilrJ and t "Mv ral'.l'alor, 'clik rut) Her. h. K. inrniatiAIk. '. I. 'liurrh.-rrn-fcanJ) iliraihttumlll arrry Min-la- j r ltnlitl-- 1 Cliiirrli. 'rrriora Mrrjr Cimday ami MiikIm. MMtL-aoliuo- l falur-4aIl.-- i v "alilmlll-aoliuo- idlest lad!" the teacher said, with a new surprise ".Shall I behold hi" mime enrolled Among the great and wi?e?" J.!.l'lrmii, l flrt ati.l t rtur. fouilli t "'llH-l- M. I'.. 4hlirrh, iimrulne livr. ' (col l II. MeU'ti! at r?'.( ll". altu'clcK-- third rimi.la) Aliilia I'lr, a m nlflit r. nrry f l'" a. M. The .i of a cottage home The teacher now descried; A mother's face illumed the place Her influence sanctified. vi.-io- lt.lll, (!.) inarmnirnnd H' "rrriora Aral an. niitlit. lal.llli-olicK)- l J J llxnini; I'aflor. "A miracle! a miracle! This matron, well I know, Was but a wi'd and careless child, Not half an hour ago. "And when she to her children speaks Of duty's golden rule, Her lips repeat in accent's sweet, My words to her at kchool." Tlu scene was changed again, and lo, The school-bousrude and old; Upon the wall did daikuo-- fall, The evening air was eold. e s iu;rwi:KK OPLUISVILL and MEMPHIS, And walking home, bis heart was full with Of peace and trust tnd praise; ULlh'AN bLFfLT Sleeping Cais, And singing slow and soft and low, Said: "After manv days." KIIOM AND T4 Then paced alongHlic lloor, And, whistling slow and soft ami low, He locked the school-housdoor. e "A dream!" the sleeper, waking, said, l,4IHI)Vll.l.i:.lfKMPIIIN.VlCHNIIVIt iiato U4ui:,n.i .m:v ohi.im.xt. Tin Mrm.liU. TO AND I'ltOM Unltiiiioro H". . Yenable. The Quick and Desirable Route Kw York Wellington Norfolk (llil I'oltil t'otnlort Klriinioiul llutrtlo CleveUnd Tolf Jo ClikiRo linllnniiMili t'inolntmti Ikhi11!Ii flillaiU-llitiii- i WASHINGTON. AfRiirs as Roportod by our Rogular Weekly 1(5, 18112. Cor- respondent. Com-mittee and Mtuiplils VickaturR lUt.m Rouge Nan Orleunt Mulnle I.lltlu liook Hot In Weal Teniun- irlng and t Arkatlaa MUaliaippi I.ouiilann and the Sontli and SOUTHWEST. torn nnd Northoastorn Points Ttl t condiliun, and jiroTidcs an excel-lai- d In time itnd tliroui;li cars arruiiKUim-nA ncATUitR l tin- time and convenience ifcurd by thr l.imlti-- KxIirewTralni. KB betweea Louisville Ohi.y a NlullT'c tun Meniilii, ni.it tin brtl and qliickcet Mrvica biilwct'ii tlio two citU over offered, Rnt-clai- Tliu lii ! is tlioroiiRlily viiiiiied und In 111 Him iti-urr- Acentat Benter H.lrlnn nnd all limn,r I.OVIN & lo W. F. l.ONU W,H,Fro.tT.6eD'lPi.AEt..LouiiTille.ST. I.Ut'llVII.l.r.,MT. TKX. R. R. LmisTillt, St, Louis HUUNUUUS Tezi! &ilw;j, I, 1MI. IN KKFIXT NOV. N.ftl, WKiriUlll.MI. I.T. I.uularilla Wi-- t llranilt-iiuurx- No, &3, IHiiljr. p. 7:30 p. .n7 p. 8S7 p. U.21 I'ally, 7;4i a. in. .. I.lla. in, . K.17 a. in, . in. in. I'ulnt . Irrlimton Hlriliunapuit C'luTernt.. lluHuavlllu .. 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I.ouliville, Ky. i CaaaaaaaaaaaaUiaU.WOOLLXY.VI.U. f AfeaatftaUawOffl 104i WUHbtUTtNi andWliljktTaUWti cured at hoa wllb out pain. Book of par. tlculanaant rRKR, The Semite mi Foreign Relations administered a slap in the face to the House for its having passed tlio Chinese ex. elusion bill as an independent measure, instead of making it an amend' incut to the Hill which bud already passed the Senate extending for ten laws, years the present which will expire by limitation early next month, by reporting the House bill back to the Senate, with the original Senate bill as n substitute. It has been charged that certain parties In the House favored making the exclusion bill an independent measure in the hope that enough time would be consumed before it was acted upon to cnablo certain interested parties to land thousands of Chinese laborers in this country, between the time of the expiration of the present laws and.tlie enactment of a now nno. Appearances make the charge plausHud the House exclusion bill ible. been passed as an amendment to the Senato bill, the amended bill could have at once been sent ton conference committee, and beforo now a comploted bill nfsomo sort could have been in the hands of the President. Senator Felton, of California, asked that tlio report of the commit-te- c be not taken up for action by tlio Semite until ho could present tlio views of the peoplo of tlio Pacific coast anil bis own thereon. The first official act of Sccietary Klkius after his return from a business trip to New York was lo direct tbo depot army quartermaster at St. Louis to send immediately 300 teats Missis, to tbo Mayor of Columbus, for the uso of the peoplo ien pippi, tiered homeless by tbo recent floods. Quite a contrast with tbo notion of Representative Kilgorc, of Texas, who objected to the immediate consideration of a resolution introduced April e take advantage of the Government, not to call it by a worto ;iame? Is n question that occurs vtiry often to those who kcej) their eyes open in Washington. For instance, the owners of tbo real estato South of Pennsylvania Avenue, which has for years been a drug oti'tlio market, because of its disrcputnblc location and its periodical overflows from the Potomac river, have not hesitated to organi.e a lobby for the purpose of winking bills through Congress for the purchases of this real estate, which no one else will buy, by the Government. Now thi is perpetrating n double wrong on'the Government, and hence on every citizen of" the country. First, tli prices expected is extortionate, next, the locality is unfit for the erection of public building', which is fully proven by tbo experience of the engineers in finding n solid foundation for the new City which is to be built on the South sido of Pennsylvania Avenue, upon site sold to the Government by this same lobby it was necessary to go forty feet below the surface to find anything solid enough to build upon. But this does not tlcter the lob. by, which is now at work, backed by two ushington daily papers, trying to secure the passage of a bill recently introduced in Congress appropriating $:$,.r)00,000 for the erection of u new Patent Ollice on the South side of Pennsylvania Avenue. If Congress piu.ocstlus bill it will ceitiiiuly betipeu to the charge of having been improperly influenced. Democratic Ileprcrentatives who have visited their districts lately make no bones of saying that iftho llou.--c continues the five cent policy inaugratcd by Holman, in relation to appropriations, that the next House will certainly be Republican, us they say such peanut methods are not endorsed by sensible people of any party. They are trying to get Holman to "let up," but there are no indications that bo will. Representative Cooper's attempt to wriggle out of tbo unpleasant predicament in which he found himself when it was proven that bis signature had been used to obtain pension information, which was after word 4 sold, by abusing Commissioner Haum was a failure, as it deserved to be. It called to mind the old lawyer's to a young 0110 "when yon have no case abuse tbo other side." Senator Quay introduced a bill in the Senate uppropritiug to pucluve n maiblc butt of the late Gen. Phil. Sheridan. The resolution instructing the House committee on the Eleventh Census to inquire into the expediency of the establishment of a permanent census bureau has been favorably reported to the House. Chili has changed bci mind about not taking any part in the World's Fair, and bus sent Senor Thomson-He- n here as a commissioner to make arrangements for the Chilian exhibit at the World's Fair. A rumor that the President would shortly writo a letter dccliumg to become n candidate for reunmiuation is exciting much inteicst, although it cannot be confirmed at the White House. prst-oflice, ml-vi- ce bebevo there is,1 nnything in education; that the people who claim to possess it 111 0 all deluded; that people who sit ga.ing into a book nil day thinking they arc communing with other minds by receiving thoughts aud ideas, aro 11 set of crazy fanatics, who arc simply fooling away their time. You tell him to learn the alphabet, and he will soon bo convinced that he is mistaken, because he will find the evidence of the truth as ho goes along, Hint that ho cannot receive it in any other way. lie 'learns the alphabet; finds there is n dill'ercucc in tho letters, though (hey all looked uliko Iff, begin with, and through the strengthened faith thus acquired, ho is induced to learn to spell, nnd then to, read, and so on from step to step, until great wealth of wisdom is his, all given in response to the mustard 6cAl,iailh, needed to induce him to make ctlbrt enough to master the alphabet to begin with. - OWENSBORO. After a long silence I will try mj luck nguin for the waste basket, for I expect there is where my item will hind, Tho first thing, I must compliment the gteat improvement in your valuable paper, we couldn't get along without that inot interesting of nil papers, (to me) but how could it help but prosper and improve when one thinks of the bright prospects in tho future, when thoso two young editora take the paper in hand, I mean Mas-J- oe Harnett Rogers and Allison Rar-nctAh, me! don't that sound? Omeiisborn is quite a thriving lit tle city, groat improvements going on all the time. The Churches seem alive and nt work, which speaks well for any city. The little girl) from 8 to 10 years old gave quite on interesting entertainment ut the C. P. Church Friday night consisting of tongs, declamations, dialogues, ctc.efc, they took up a nice little sum for the Church. Frank Gunther's class will entertain the public with an Knster entertainment Saturday night, which promises to be splendid ui all things that good men undertake, proves to be. Messrs. John William Ticbenornnd Sank Maddox, Point Pleasant, were in the city Sunday. J. A. Renier and Larkin Williams ifcSon passed through Owensboro Friday on thuicwnv home from Evans-ville- . t. beforo his seho'tl or college days aro over. It ho is fit to be a wago earn cr ho will mako all tho better employer of wage earners later on. It may bo plumbing, or it may bo bookg keeping, or "clerking," but it should bo something. The merchant or the manufacturer has no time for instruction of novice. The general laborer must bo idlo or "saw wood." The skilled laborer is almost always iu demand. The Emperor Frederick had one son taught shoeniaking, another cabinet making, another navigation, and so on. It is an impressive fact that the president of the greatest railroad in the country learned surveying in his youth and the first vice president became so perfect n master mechanic that when the Johnstown flood the entire system he took personal command of the construction corps sent nut. Yet neither Presi dent Roberts nor Vice President Thomson were poor boys, but both 'earned n trade. Teach your boys stoiie-cuttinpar-alize- d PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. O-lox- J. Edwin Eowo mote their mental improvement. JJl.l. olixa. J.I. I. WIIMII, Tho boy who devotes his time to 2c acquiring knowle Igc or to mastering the business in which ho is engaged, HARTFORD, KY. rarely, if ever, fails to mnke his mnrk. (OITic , orr Amlerion'a llaraar.) Will praetltH thHr irrlon hiall thr coiru Youth is the time when the mind (IhiOHiid adJAlalngPouiitle,aDdenurtofAppMla is receptive, and if stored with useful Special liautinii giran tn nriitnal praclira aad ejllsrtlnna. italfly knowledge, furnishes in nfter years a reservoir from which to draw at pleas.A.. ure. Many of tho great men of this "Weddinf, one. beda! Dr. L. T. Cox made a flying trip to Rosiiio Friday. One more Clove-lau- d man; it's at J. N. Hudson's. Mrs. Chas. Ralph began a school at Service Hill Monday. Charlie Godshaw went to Owensboro Tuesday. Hro. Pate could not fill his regular appointment here Sunday, but it was ably filled by Hro. McAfee at cloven, and by Bro. J. A. Bennett at night. A Sabbath School was organized at the Methodist Church Sunday morning, with a very good enrollment. April 14 Ciiauleh IV, and other nations received their earHARTFORD, KY. liest start by devoting at first a short Will practice h'n in Ohio and aajnla. time to reading nnd study each day or In?counlif,,ond the court of Appaala. rtpaaut evening. Do not aim to compass too all.nlloa Kiti'n to collection. a Office north tide public aouara. TSTlr much nt tho stnrt, us it may nfter a littlo while nppcar like drudgery. E. IMIUFFY. II. I). 11INGO. Amusements are needed, and debaCrVLffy ,5s ting societies are prolific of much good.They stimulate adeisre to study, Will practlca In all innrla of Ohio aud adlomiaf impart confidence, as well new open countlri, and In Court and ConrtefA. peala. Collection and all legal bualneia atlaaded fields for thought und study. Some to. Office, No. 9, AnderaoM' llaraar, HartKy. ,i7r of our most honored statesmen owe ford, their success as debaters and orators to the home debuting society. profi-tilo- SaaaltH, Tames Attorney at Law, Attorneys at Law. r Eino, or Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, It,s somotimos said patent medicines are for the ignorant. Tbo doctors foster this idea. "The people," we're told, "are mostly ignorant when it comes to medical science." Suppose tboy aro! What a sick man needs is not knowledge, but a euro, and the medicine that cures is the medicine for the sick-Dr- . Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery cures the "do believe" and tho 'don't believes." There's nohesitance about it, no "if" nor possibly." It says "I can cure you, only do as I direct." Perhaps it fails occasion"HACKMETACK," a lasting and ally. The makers hear of it when fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 it does, bocause they never keep cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro the money when the medicine fails to do good. Suppose the doctors Pretty Pink Paper. wont on that principle. (We beg The grand Easter edition of the tbo doctors pardon. It wouldn't do!) Albany Tki.eukam for the issue of Choking, sneezing and every other Saturday, April 16, was printed on pretty pink paper with beautiful form of catarrh in tlio head, is radblue ink. It is a paper worth ically cured by Dr. Sago's Remedy. preserving as a souvenir. There were Fifty cents. Sold by druggists everyEaster poetry, stories, historical ar- where. ticles und beautiful illustrations. A NASAL INJECTOR free with Think of it, 10 large pages of reading each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remfor 5 cents. Ask your newsboy or edy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Z. newsdealer for a copy. Wavne I riffin & Bro. HAETPOED, TZ. 3EZ. XTST. "Tvod.d.In.E', (Offlca in CruMiier building.) Will practice hit proretainn In all lh courtaof Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Kotarr Rosine, X5Ly. A'lTORNEY AT LAW, Attorney at Law, taaally . L. Heavrln, Wlil practice hi profoMlon In all lha Courla ( Ohio and adjoining and In the Court of Appeala. Spvvlal attention giren tocollectl.n. Office, oter William, IWII A Co' drugatora. Hartford, Ky. i-- . wssm DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. Lovo Under Tho Stars. If one is doturminjd to feel poetic One hundred and fifty (150) Power of United Prayor. "Some time ago three Christians liu-ine- s, fixed by agreement on n merchant of Philadelphia, doing 11 large but who had uo interest in Christ, to make him p. subject of special prayer they agreed to meet ut a certain hour each day to pray for bis conversion. Having done so for two or threo days, they said to a fourth, a merchant: "We want you to go aud talk lo that man about his soul." "1 will go," ho said. Ho went, found the merchant in his counting hoiuo in tlio midst of business, and asked htm for an interview. It was granted. Ho told him at onco the object of his visit. "I have como to speak to you The mau's head fell about Jesus." upon his breast; ho was silent. "If you feel that you need a Savior, I liavo come to tell you that his salvation is free, nnd that you may bavo it if you will." "Do you say that';" ho asked. "I repeat it; I havo tho highest authority for it," said tho visitor. and to experience sensations in tho city parks there are plenty of sights Victor Gates will return home to- and sounds to help along his illusions. night from Cincinnati, where he has You stroll slowly along on the grass been sent as Delegate from the Chrisso as not to mako any noise and prestian Endeavor Society of this place. ently beursoinothing like the followMarvin Rean visited this place a ing convert ttioit carried on in two few days last week. low voices which proceed from Hon. John J. Mcllenry aud sister, very two dusky forms very closo together Miss Isabelle, Hartford, attended the on a bunch, says tbo Washingtn Her-raifuneral of tneir uncle, Win. Mcllenry, Sunday. "Mabel, may I kiss you, now?" Col. O. M. Harnett went to Hcda "Xo." to sec the Saturday to see , well "Pleaser." new boy at bis home. "No." Mrs. Nannie Surmes, Evansville, is "Why not?" expected up to day to visit her sister, "Seo that man." Mis. Dorn Hell. "He's not lookino- - this wav." 1G Pin Pack. April "Well, Harry I don't want you to kiss 1110 yet. Wait till it gets a Apile4. Mr.Chcwing has opened little dnrker." But Harry don't wait. You hoar a businesd.nguee hero nnd lias a stock of mercantile, together with n nulliuery a very loud kiss, und then Mabel department, wlich is conducted by moves to bur end of the bench. Miss Alice Thornton. Hut Harry soon has his arm around Allen Brock has added to his gro- her again and says: "There, nocery store a dry goods department. body saw us, and if they did who Our Sunday School is a success, cares? They wouldn't know who it and will make nu excursion to the woro." Falls of Rough 'in tho near future. "Yes, they, would too. Any one Tbo health ot our peoplo never was would know this red dress, and bebetter. We aro nil cheerful over the sides, you kiss so loud. I don't prospect of tbo Falls of Rough rail- like peoplo who kiss so loud." road going on through to Caueyville Harry tries again, and then asks if This will great01 somo other point. that was loud. Mabel says it won't ly improve tho valuo of our coal fields. again, and then they snickbe Our school district will not bo dier and do it some more. He always vided this year, ami wo hope to have holds her band and sits very close to another fine school her this full, nnd her. Generally they change rings will if wc can again procure tho valand sometimes they say poetic things uable service'of Miss Coleman. about tbo moonlight, and the trees, the Ri:i'Uiu.icAN. Success lo aud the breeze, but not often. Ni:m.a. These young people detest tho man who lights tho lamps. Boy d: worms from two doses of Dr. Fen-nw- r's Pleasant worm syrup. Seo his Physician A. J. SLATON, M. D & circular. Money refunded if not given. For sale by L. B. satis-fagti- Surgeon, on Ban. 37- -lt Formerly of Mllhtood, now located at L.itak-fieloffer hi uroteMional emc t th p.. pi. lira) ton and adjoining couatia. Offiee la ru-diw(the Dr.JIadea propcrlr.) ly FOR DYSPEPSIA and Lirer Complaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottlo of Shiloh's Vitalizes It never fails to cure. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Br-j- . a a SECRET ORDERS. l t'ainp. No. 19, Kentucky, meetaat Hartford, Ky.,eroudSatarday 1 r. h. C, I. UtiiiTT, Captain. I,. Ilowi,Srgtnt. Cicero Maxwell Sons cf "Veterans. I).parliaat . iu each month at WHITESVILLE. Ji. April 11. Our little town is quiet, Cr. .A.. 12. nothing unusual has happened lately. J. Wmdoinait. Poll, Ho. I, Pepartai.rjt ol Mrs. Greathouse, Lewispnrt, is vis- IC.nturky, Intel erery third Maturday at 1 o'aloek I.cllchfl.1,1, Ky, iting her daughter, Mrs. Rufus Neel. r. m., In P. 8. Patau, Com. Prof. Euhart, Knottsville, is teachS.A.UuSaiar.AdJ. ing a very interesting writiug school Panto Moaius PotKo. 4,Pe)ia'tinautof at this place. Patuiday before the Moad Miss Muttie Woodside has opened Sunday meet10 Kvery a. u. In the . at at o'clock her new millinery goods. Give her Hartford, Ky. J. C. Ciaaii, P. C. J.ll.Iluaor, Adj. a call. Dick Morgan and John Pate have bought Jim Nave's barber shop. The Baptist Sunday School will give an entertainment shortly. It is rumored that one of Whites-ville'- s fairest young ladies will wed tavETOr!'!' Court-HomK.a-luckcourl-hou- soon. Mies Nannie Woodside has returned to Owensboro after a few days visit to friends at this place. Lishia Rurick, Owensboro, is the nervounea after taking guest of F. G. Rarick. Adkua. 1 i Tfea mKOBU m A Perfect Sueeeaa, 1 Til A. Antolna, of Ilefuglo, Tai.. wrlUa: Altar Ml am aid to Judge, I think Paator Koentfi Nerve Toulo 1 ft perfect aueoata, tot Iter. anyone who auScrod from a ruoti palatal aa I did. I fuel Ilka rnyaeif ajata the Tonic a A SHILOH'S Cure will immodiato-l- y Stunluy Ncho.I Nuperaiiteutieat Endorse If. rolieveUroup, Whooping Cough aud Bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. SULPHUR SPRINGS. Co., aid.. March 8, ML A aobolar In the M. E. Sunday achool (at which I am Superintendent) I know waa outs-pellto ttay at home on account ot bar all- meat (eoUeDtlo 1U for el tit nioolli. but ulna I'attor Kocnlg'a Nerve Tonic aha attend! regularly. I think the our the moat remarkable 1 liavo ever aeon or huard of, and Uati Nerve Tonlo deserve the clght eoomliuui. H Bscbbvaut. Doreheater Teach Your X. V. Proa. aTrado. - . This fact should appeal with especial emphasis to fathers whoso boys arc yet in school. What course is to be taken to guard" a boy from tho possibility of lack of employment? Tlio common schoool, of which we justly boast, do much, but not till, aud tbo most serious defect in the system now iu vogue may b remedied, if not by tbo school managers, by parents. Is a boy properly prepared for the battle of life by leaving school with au elementary knowledge of mathematics, geography, history and grammar? Wo think not. As population increases tbo pressure of competition bocomes more severe. As tbo world progresses the demand for a high or. dor of skill iu every department of activity increases. Specialization is tho order of the dny iu every trado and profession. It is, therefore, of paramount importance thut a boy should learn somo trudo or business Our Boys. "Will tor you go with mo to seo my pas "I will go he replied That evening tho mer- chant and his friend ennio to tho minister, tho former anxiously inquiring for Jesus, und sitting with the simple earnestness of a littlo child begging to know tho way of life." Tho Way of Faith. lltam'a Horn J God asks nothing impossible of us, and is willing to give us ovldenco just as far as wo neod It, if wo only go to tho right placo for It, just as wo do in inquiring other knowledge An uneducated man may tell you ho don't Occupation and industry are essential to success and happiness; their moral force upon the formation of lifo and character are necessary to our Goods well being, says the Dry Chronicle. Tho old proverb, "that an idlo head is the devil's workshop," is as true as it is old. Idleness develops had habits nnd invariably breeds mischief. The mind must be employed if the hands aro not. When both cease to perform their legitimate functions, we become like a ship on tho ocean without rudder, Bubjeot to evory varying or DO YOV WANT TO MARRY, unddo you ladira aoclal Irtlvra Iruin K axemen wind, or drift with the tide. niYultureand mrans Ironi all orar tho rountryl Hoys to resist temptation must havo Ifao, JitMariid one lenrrnlaainl copy of Oaikui strong moral courage to do right, be- therlfiiant matrimonial pajwr more healthful afford )ou llmaanai. cause it is right to do so, no matter rnj) limit than you Iihth had for many a days each htimlrrdi of Irttrra Ironi young what others say or do. We want our Kantlngcom-apondviiti front ladlea and boys to have recreatiou and pleasure, thoe oftheppoaiteiti(lf Ihcro ia u man or for "all work aud no play makes Jack woman who haa not found Ida or Iut atflulty iddrraa Oataua lirre'a the golden opiorlunliy. n dull Iwy nil play and no work llLoinom, room 13, IS Ilnylaton atreet, Iloaton, Yet we feel Max. makes him n mere toy." as ly. grnllt-inri- JOUN A. BKEBK, 1M, C. M. Cole, Hartford, was the A Valnabls Hook on Narrow guest of his parents Sunday. UIMuaea aeui rreo 10 anraaaraaa, patlenta caa alto obtata Asa Brutcher and wife, Grayson FREE and poor tlita medicine free) of clutn- beenjprepared by the Refjran Thla rtmedrhaa county, are visiting relatives here. Paator Koenig. ot ITortWaju. Ind, atnee 1ST, and uaowpreparedunderhUiuncuoa brthe J. H. Canon's new dwelling is proKOENIO MED. CO., Chicago, III. gressing nicely. atoMbrDrumlataatiUparDoiU. OttoW We have an interesting Sunday OBottUiforSO. school. School here. It is an ever-greeMiss Emma Tabor's school is movBiatlJQCUITT. BOtftiaqVaJTITT. ing on pleasantly. Quite a number of our people arc atteuding the Holiness meeting at Fordiville. Lou Martin has accepted a position CREAM la a drug store ut Paducah. Miss Hello Hamilton, who has been visiting relatives in Daviess county, for several weeks has returned home. YEARS FOR Died, on tho 0th inst,,a little infant Has led all Worm Remedies. child of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cox. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Louis XIV. BOLD EVKKYWIIEItE. n baauyfollMteadoriement.. WORMS! WHITE'S 20 VEJRHJFME CO,,llT.U)n, toptna ir BIllUknsoa.TmnuIID. WMknai. to mm o "V Ualaxla. duraaUoa . ana ! It turea quietly. in) vatdlotae - For aal br all Jaaltra teauloe. BROIVK1 IRO nrTTMU AUf AMAO Vor lBOH leemdr. H?Im tor Contain! On Cemdjr cheaply quickly ine Uallcloua book U away at uru anionic. ThU tuid gencrul atoroa. lm ., . u ..ir lW jfl.,. . MHtofiifiiMSta iKta mimmmMihimuimrCiifxstYf'TV'.'rzirsxxsi Mlll.'tl :ll( vuuxt April 18. Died, on tho 20ili ol Vil-VzLFORD PEOPLE. Apiil 18 ,...,..,;. Court convened V JIM ' Ky April I, '1)2. 7.T. March of flux, Little Jcseio, tho only Tim. ilooLnt is licht imtn in.ilnv. . ....T. ..' w . ., ai a. n :... . ...... .... i nnni tutiini im'i-ii-Diiau J'juitoks Hi:i'L,ni.li an, A son of lluell Newcoinb, at ji is homo .. Tho on v catc of iinnortnnce nflthnt Mn ,1. 1. 'ait, (lilt-linitiiio r.iim, hiima ) . It.lCIIIC, W'l ,1 o AlKflljIllg wu again enjoyou n viit in tew lie was icaicily h.. ni the Commonwealth tiguitift Bum u Inru Iniiicb rM't Known rtiitcili, 1 ."..'iV.'i'i-'S-IMl'nr n.l.l'iiirklori. "'.J1..' ,MM i unllinr, Ironi u J jciiruld nily, to tho dear oltl town of Hurl foul, and teen moulds old. IIiuiUoi), who is chnrged witluniur with tliironiijillcKltoiiMor 6 k . . . .. .1- . .111 H 1.1! wo iminii iniug-- i iiiiuo mo niiuu hi .lack nnl Willie Lcisuic, t the der. lie Killed eiiv marslinii i(. i. rjV.lfuajytVLltiyj.ii 'FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 181)3. iniiTj iBnaTjtl'Jitr only a little oldi'r M'ufilnnrfN inany Thoinaswliilo the olliecis were taking Vulliv noighboiho.il, ltlitlialioiiljircinriitlniit liuicriiKi'ilnrhrnrdS grown ppent Sumlay with .). S. Lci-iuexperienced a ppverc him to jail. of. I heartily ricuiiiiiit-iii- l Camkohnia li limll llorooinuu." 9 Wj-M Maint)J'-lluntsvill-e, jinny yc.irs agoII.it ifoid was our and Henry N'i'i.ax i:it. Considerate II hxeu nunamu r turn trtltmunljli earthquake Tuesday. "Va home and we have never been to a Mr. (liven, of Louisville, ate the vis- C Sr'po.Sl.Ji-- rlmiilr. .Vikiar.lniiwlllnrlt. ilniniigo was done- in several loenlitkf. Iflia Kiinf ilj.ti.iikiiilti .. '.irtrlnHox. TtVM place we have loved hall so well and 1. iukn R,., K'p. II. ll.ni, Ciliii), iting Attorney in attendance at court, " -- v U.U. i:ilY .t CO.. W.illciiail.N. Y. LftlMJ lAVC'Jii'-'wo do not believe there is a moro Unr.v WonT (To. McChord M. R. Hhiewsbery, County Super- ii23 terestiiuj or moro delightful placo un- Charles 1). I'oynt. hnvc been inleiident of (iinyson county was and Of tho Condition of tho der the broad canopy of Heaven. nominated forRailroadCommiioncrs. here Monday greeting his acquaint 4 We've known ninny people and visi- ances. A V V 1 tFJ f Miss Maudi: Kiuk.man, of Ccntinl ted scores of places, but we never .Ics-iiShull, of Rirks City, is Miss City, is a candidate for a place as lady half so much desiic for education, adMis. Krank Has- visiting her commissioner to tho World's Kair. vancement, culture, leliuement, im well, of this place. f T f f V She U nn accomplished lady nnd e were glad provement, etc., etc. Revs. Roystcr nnd (Jalloway, two At the Close of Busiuoss on hem-I- t and would icllect ciedit ... ..It..lt...l .,.1. -, 1. .1.. ...1 .. !..... to see tho old College Mill moving on, v,i Wllisuii ll "'H pii'ii-i- . CVIillgUll-llDoc. 31, 1891. State. BEAVER DAM the tones of the bell nre still gwtet M. L. Chtiteh, meeting held at the piii 18. George Wise, who has music to our ear, and seem to soothe Ycu.sci K. Au.ixo.v and W. H. South, of this place last week RKSOL'RCIX been in bad health for quite u while, away ovory caro and Miiahi! l?. that has Loans mid li nou. Dnlancy, Louisville; .1. I). Hlnek, "v" W it ' . . .$:!7,()ii.2.S I l!...l I.... ... 11 W . ...... .....B ... come to us simTo our school days at Real crful sermon lnt Sunday night at ",l" Harbouisville; J.W. .'l.OIKI.OD 1.IVI0I . Hartfonl College. We felt that we burnitureand Kkturo.. l.oOO.tMl nnd Dr. J. D. Clardy, Clnitinn coun- the M. K. Chuieli. Mis. D. S. Tichenor and Mis. J. 1). weio once more young, and that we Cash ouHauii and in other .. rm. . i is ..i ph. i ocuacKieiin World'. Knir 1IIC lie-- l ii'iiu in i Mil. ty, are Kentucky' Williams are on the sick lit. Clint suiely had come back-t2.'),,S(l(i,27 R'ks our youthschool will close in the early part of Coinmissionei!'. Carson's child is sick. n mil ful days. The cliiirm of our dream May. S(7,.'I7(I..")." Judge W. T. Owen, of Owensboro, wiu broken, however, when We sudAw this U leap year it would lie exA meeting uf tine blue Itcpulili LIABILITIES. people if with his many fiiends denly c.imo up to the Halt ford House ceedingly giutifying to the Capital Stock Paid ens was held at the City Hull Mon- was mixing 82."i,00ll.(H) Democracy would break its record day. Tnc object of the meeting win here a few days Iat week. and loiiml that again the grand old Kund S(!2..'ll Ci. R. Likens, the hustling candiand propofe something. Rut it will to decide whether or not the party 2,250.(10 but'ding after these many years had Surplus Kund -never do it; Mich a thing is diteelly would put candidates in the field for i date for Clerk, was in our midst last been repaiied, , :!!I,2.VS.24 mid new Deposit Account 1 Itnin liouirlit the Liui Musitie'i of 10. V. Tn lor, I wiih to in form tho tho pooplo In possession, opposed to its akc up. We found the the county olllccs to be tilled next Fiiday, While heie be visited public thai I will do a ioitotal Li cry, S.i'o and l'ood buMincsi nt tho tl,.(lO.,;,) it was decided that a mass school and gave some very loleiesting Coinmeieial Hotel still on the corner donx II. Raiixiw, Cahici. old stan I, ami al-- o koop on baud IJl'l !(i IKS, W'.UK )NS and It was our pleasure cot long since fall sclee'. reading, which were and likely to icnuin, and its accombe held in the City Ila'l cxeieies m Subscribed nnd mwoi n to before me, to visit the tluiving little cities of. convention CAR'I'Sof the late! ni.d inost apirieil mal.e. '' ' llon't well rendered and highly appreciated modations ecr so numerous. this January I, 1S02. Clovcrport nnd Hiirdinsburg, in our , on .May the L'Sth lor that puipose. bv teachers and pupil". forget tint tho llitrtfoiil Transfer is still to dm front in , The mauling hmiscof Jlrs.Vaught ...... .. i) . i : i . Tt ii liioli finip lli.'it" the Kiouililii'niu . " Shelby Taylor, D. C. 0 C. " neignoonng couniy o, ; " behalf of tliDilriimiueraud travoliui; public. Plo.t'-i-) veste. . John 15. Koster was i town cannot bo excelled anywhere. We iiisitt- Everything was moving along nice oi ins county Milium iicsur ,,a-jrivo tno a call- - TI1I1KK TRIPS DAII.V. tti,h " ,,rove of w,,I?h 'e came into the stoic iilwny known n that It iiiii-- t be Iv. business was L'ood. ' the citizens selves. . . picn-ui- e eiaKo ni Milimitting Ji Horsos. huBfrios and wagons for 8 ilo or hiro at all times. Spoala 'allied secial nolil to our pojnilar stoukman, li. K "AndeiMin's Haanr" and found a this iinr tii.t annual n,i ..nliio nni tins county u.is bet n.wi ,i.ri statement to the C. attention givun to all stock ontrustocl to my care. bran new man tnc.istiting calico. Wo public. We have now as safe times of late jears by Republican Grav. a de-altogether it was a pleasant vWt. Yours Very Robiiectfully, never knew Mr. Hamilton, but wo us any in tho State, mid so-candidate-!- . This can be done again. ; OWENSBORO. IZZy. licit the business of firm, corpora- v O. Hi like him; and wi were only too proud Tin: Ttustees of Hartford College Wlmt we want to do,liit, is to organ Apiil 18. We had quite a tioat tion- - and iudividuuk Spreial at- - , wi-- e to liud our old Iriend, Mi Sata, still thing, as is Usual , jjC, With a good organisation there have done the last night in the way of a couple of teulion lo olleelinu-'- . Kehauge at her post of duty. The Kogle store bought nml i0d on with them, in securing the service of js no doubt but what Democracy can the prineiiul by Mrs. Sallie GV- tj splendid lecture Dr. Waylaud Alexander foi a term i)6 discomlited and put to utter rout, Icon, of Evnnillo, on Mion work, has long tinco passed into the hands cities of the Cniled Stale-"- . John il. Rarnes, the of stiangeis, but judging from apof two years. ThN action HoitJ.v Hooii. . and Mi-- s Dufliebl, fornieily of tlii Rros. must pearances, the Kair continued jiopulnrity and success of Ktute, who liii been ill Tap.ui for the llll) ROCKrORT. be nil We weio only too lliiirri-i-lll.li;sl IMIflKKiUVlMll.lt III this institution, which is the pride of i - limiting Klii'r past six years, on thu "Cutoms of glad 18. Etl S. Moselcy, of S c will Apiil that Mr Klein was in his no I'lilori". nl lln- - IoIIiiwIiik tin, Hnrtford and Ohio county. Japan.-lor lln- iii'M ll, iiK,iii: was in town on the loth. customed place; but just on the epeak at greater length of the appointMill ll7. t'lllllll"! I'lliitnmullls J. R. KiHtcr nnd Henry Godlrtw L. K. Cox, W. T. Brown and J.L. postoflice so eheet ful and u . r ment next week. .In. tii, were in Owensboro the lirst of the lillll HITCH HIM TO IJrown, Rochester, registeicd at the newly arraicd. Wc are s.iti-li''' ill . cir.l Ii o.i-.week, , nn Tiik cbauces for the appointtnent Couinieici.il House la-- t week. that Rro. Harrison sent Mr Jlilli'tn ' " l il. " i.nti Mi?s Sue Jenkins, L'leaMint Ridge, of Miss Liz.ic Walker as lady comMr. J. C, Daniel and children, of I'iiii ttnt.-- i down from Washington, lie loo, was .. to the World's Knir grow Spring Lick, visited Pei ry Render's v. .h in town Satiuil.tv shopping. missioner lliu WfgdEspeciallyForEXERCISINGandSpEEDING. asttaiiger. Ju-- t on the other coiner Amriliciiil 4.'nll(-rlo tin-- il. uh.ri' Col. CM. Iiirnctt and .Miss Ida better each day. Krom the endorse- family last week iwas nn. . another strange .Mr. ilnl.i man, nil i.iul Saturday ments she has received anil fiom the (it.iuitii: w. ii vi'iiin. Jno. Jackson came up from radii- - f?"1'11' w" vilit lj2ll! Pronounced By HORSEMEN To Be Wcstci field, in thegioeer Jli) Main Micw, l'luinci:. Thp WnQT PsTRFCrT SIM KY TADT In I ire support given her from prominent call anil spent a couple of days with Over the Ilaitford Iletald citizens all over tho State, her appoint- his folks, VHALEBOfjE STOcK-";;;G quite as good (in it way) as it ha, V'Aoents Wanted. Tho County Uuion. ment seems practically aured. KenMi-- s Georgie Diaper, Mellenrv, been lo, these fifty year-- . UL'RDEAUTIFUL Now, we W. T. McXEWIlEY, A fair sized audience met at the tucky will hnn.ir herself by ending was in town la-- t week. lLLUSTPATE0pC wonder if the Gtitfin's drug store has Miss Walker as one of her lepiesen-Intive- s S Leonaid Gihbs is at home this week couit house Tuesday evening at -- ever cxpetiouced any change? The 3 aTAL?CU o'clock to attend the County L'nion. to the great Kair. nroaiicctimr to move to Itoohester vm- - . jantt w.jtjnj dTTrAKvrMTn anie men loafing llieie at it- - door, BEAVER DAM, KY. t. i,.. ti. iuiiiii) ,.:n " un- i.inui iiuii iir1 speeches were made bv J. I'. Miller, same men filling tot; ..... :i.. iii So J m: Ohio County Lompany ill lie in hi- - nilice hoin the fiiU. K. Rartlett and J. C. Town end. . . i sorry to find tho little Gunther to the of t ich month. Of-io Mill uoid n luecung Mr. Miller made a very a piitert.-iinei- l Mi Annie .Tnck-inwa- - no more, candy but burnt tiee over Hank. All work guarau- Kair. the date of their next Ami a cd iJlfy,'b. me Krcu rcl',,,ve l" ,,IC "mwa a down store ; i.. i... ... i in- ins. and anew one in its place, teed. Knees ic.isonnble. .ri ... ,nuni previously cnnsuu .!...!.. iuitc n mini her . of hei ftiends last an educator JljiYilai must be simpl- -: uhen it is not ttinple it is nicy ... .Mr. R.utlell continued . Monday evening ill honor of her con , c and the new ownei- - were pleasant i- -' 111 Mi- lthese not ;ood. Stwtlf, Ju;ntii-il- , G Ill .VI'.IIS....... ., ,.v.. ... Ivlptlllliip nn the demand- - and showed up the .) ne ooiison, ot in, ius mean much, liLt to s.e " . a 1 tnier"tto see. vrJPC53 been their time of meeting and Democratic back d iwn o n the Krec enough : i n i" l .....I lUIIIIIY will impress the truth mote ford ; A.I met. I, .. 'V. it. 1IJI1 UIIU i'....:.. .IIIIVL'U JI my other things m shv and pome tunc ago notified several conipa- . Judge Town-en- d :3$?l) v toug' a:.d rcamlcss, s:i i i Tide i t irec j icocs. c . ' v- i- Silver qnc-tioMonday from heard abutt Ilaitford and the people . 1. .c A . .:. J "v???i it is ai'S 'i'ltf'-h- ' .'"'''caivl unpr'iia.le. nieof that date, among tliein tho1 tliiut linn imriiiifj li bt a d lnliJi , iinn to the ctiily hitoiy of the counthat once weie there and if von wtli h ' ' ot ol I, it li KMecit a "womlcrti.l lanv , i r r.s marDavies- - County Fair Companv. but try, to the object-- of good Goveiuineiu away on a few days busines- - tiip. velous is parer nnd tt ihti-- r t an gas li t, qiato the space next week, we should the latter has seen proper, without Rob William- - came home fiom and then sailed into some local polsofter th-- n clcctnc liht and rr.ite c'i crful t!i .n c like to toll you loi- - more wo know ol consulting tbe lioine company, to np- , ... . ...I, ,... , itician' in a way that was gicctcd U Look f Tur Tiviir tii liOiiisviuu to spuuu oiiiiuay. tho good old tune-- . X. Y. .. W imi miii ruJ to u ( ' ,jr uci i i n I . Kocluttr nu.l the proptiate the fii.--t week unto them- iu. - of npp'au-- i a a I mt, i (t- ami e 'il sstnl held a nieeiiug at the the crowd with roundi. yoar li.. . ci J, J the M.i-o- ii tin-- , ranelKisfi mtlie nt lu-- t i:ot in ( i oii.J selvc. To say lbs lea-- t, il nnd lo.ii- - of laughter. Altogether i of Dr.J.D.Maddo.xSaturday KO( IlKbTI.U IAJII' CO., li I'arU I'lacc, New l'orlt Cf.7. genoiou'i. The Kair this fall prom afternoon, uheio it some two uii-- i a lixely e ion. oe-- t ever neiti ises, however, to lie the best or tlnee wetc inili.tted. Kiner and in Hartford. stoct For Sale. Madam Rumor h.t- - an illuitiinus Olio '! year old mate, one ilxear will boon exhibition, and the ground" topic now. To lie a double wedding old hoi-one thoroughbied bull, nml track, which, by the way, ate in Rockport in the near future, not two milch cows ami tw calve. Kor among the best in the Slate, will be 23'oW fill ther oil than September. . teiui- -, call on or uddr in better condition tliiiu ever before. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mis-eand Jeue Annie Jaek-o- u John J. McIIiishy, Ir free suur is a good thing for the Woodson went toGieenville Satuid.iy .'8if Hnttford, Ky. a people and cvetybody icali.c.-- tliat it returning Sunday, icpoit a goul 1 t r , ; . Notico Don. ' 7 L, i Democratic party love.-- time. i, and if the . r 1 I .1 If yni want to bieed to a good wn? celebrated by our penthe peoplc.with all tlicsincenty claim- - ' Ea-te- r !!3. 1, Lci.J Tirc, l..lW, u. .J LJ.. :i:T.: hotsc, sou lioitld see tho beautiful c. r mii . 1 Tno church was cil for it, why, in the nameof all that pie in good WT TJ '5:i cr"?sr?!:l-ar:-5- , Kd. 2, Cr.hio.i TIr.3, pph jr-1 young stallion, Don, belonging to R. -- ,,v. r twu mi m rrra 1.2. .,!.. . .:::o SsIU T.rss, r 'z . S is right and good, didn't the Mills beautifull) ilecotaled. Evciy heits-R- ill H. Riown. h JFF lie is it thoroughly reliaBitussioLLS. ne.--t in the community was robbed of make that provision? It always ble hoise.aud one thatissitre to jIeae. K3. 3, Lia:' :!id 7i: T- . Ei.i-i- :. : HO. fl. . . " C::MonTIra3, Rreeders should take notice ami give leiunin for the Republican party to even its ncst-cg?!).;. 00 6 oun him a call. " f'bauipion nnd inauguiati' all gieat CasMoii Tires CSNTERTO WN. Mo bettor uiea-iircfor tho beiielit of the iicimle a conven, O I .. I . . ML'LTS ALL DAILY .ipru io. o. iv. L,...;.l aim wne f Republican save this country mac.Snomadont is Warranted week in Evan-illtmi-sniMit l.inn sugar alone Sot). 000,0110 a year, any prico. ALL l'AKTS good mil ...v.. ii.i .... v.... .... to ... ib c'l!lSlllg .... ...... tlinn .. mi Piiiiiii-!irninii- t ..... .. ... fli .. ..... spring chc-ei- a very siiccc.-- s y ( i. I. lin-leIuterchaue- Blcyc!o C:'.:'DU8 Fm. who produce sugar at home, pay a 33c-Cormi- ek fid school at this place April the 8th. allc. reasonable bounty while the Demo. TO ALL. Mi Helen Davi", 1'oint I'lcas.int, cratic patty rai-e- d it voice in opposi- & Co. i" the guest of her sister, Mis, Kate tion to the-- e very ineafiire- - when they T.I A.X3r.-- i J?. Davis. were discu cd m Congte-- s and de- MANUFACTUr-R- ", co'tcj, i:a:;. NoMi-- s Jo-i- c Mr. Caldwell and Jnne, Master; Commissioner's - ' t ' nouneestho McKiitley Rill, of which fuJi,cn nuif 'rur I 'frf trt (.'. ' c'L'lUl' tico to Creditors. the family of is a provi-io- n tho most un-- ! Utiioutowu, are this as inALIKE. oino t'linrir comer. K femith. every placed upon J. reasonable niea-ui- e W. R. Leach's Ad nt'r, Plaintiff. Mi- Addiugton opened Rachel Matlm stiitulp hook- - ol tlin N'ntion. Tin AgainM. ,,, llth with fi"r " Den.oc.atio leader, and patty organs ccho1 wt0 W. R. Leach's Heirs, &c Djt'nK SPECIAL ATTENTION Avill i aiteiniauco. lm Jpiipiiilpil mwiti in m All persons having claims ngatnsi - an " "" ' "w "- -i (i race Myers and Ida (Sod-be- the otnte of W. 11. Leach, deccaed, Mi es Given fco the Traveling po- -i ami never to propose. Anil a fiiend-a- t Rod; pint la-- t are heteby notified to pinduce tha paper who-- e party in Cotigrc-- s reiu-e- t same, properly pioven, to the underfublic. to do the very thing they declare tltoy week. signed, Master Coninii of said N.. J. W. Greenwood has gone to Court, ut his oflico in Hartford in were elected to do, deserves and will iTt-a-t Mh.AimK VfM' Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before receive lioni lis little if any ttttention Evaiisville with log- -. oTQ-afiMis. Alvin Itowo spent la-- t week tho 2d day of May, next, or they will aiii political factor until it- - paity day of bo foi ever bailed TliN flth with her father, Esq. W. I'. Render, by its work-'its JI.il eh, 1802. John P. Uaiiiii-i- t, I'oinl Plea-an- t. UNION. Muster Cimnni'-donesaid Com t. I'o-lTin: time has come when something h and wife, Kinder Clint t'mson's baby if nek ith 1. needs to be done and done so as not hoiik.viiited relatives here Saturday biain fever. Ilotiry Kelly, who lias In ilefiaiti-to be forgotten. of law, nml Sunday. been tick for bomo time is no belter. TV' in defiance of the people's will ex- We hear nothing moie of dull iiii . infant miii Died, on tho I7th in.-t-., rac. pre.-se- d at the poll- - and in defiance of, time - . j. wa- never moie of Jim Johu-oTi ' their feeling, recently expre ed in lixely than now. .s vw R. Sunday School nt this placo is do- all-arouill . nt 11 1. tl)cini;li iiuil.ni 11 V -- . mas- - meetings, parties in Iluitfoid a . Mil M .'.1io .i.i.:"r nii; well; Mclvin Taylor Superinteiul-cu- t. (:':rot.tatiloi.iiii.iiJiiiii.ii n.3 ' n whi-kI it p.i-i- blo are still selling I Ma33 CoilVOntlOU. ,... uiiJintiillirl.Kiiifn.iiiiiiilntoCoiisumiitln.iii.i.i3 Vi .'ir-- ' a ' li0i,l h",rcr'? "'"'1 A.silim..,2 tflH' that those who me disposed Io do evil 1 --Lt l'utsiiaiit to call of tho State Colooy "ii - iV-s- t' i! li'ii, l'jieuinnm.v nnd (JoiliiiihihImi, Win; Iiom mid wife weie I lie .i,i UHH . J t. t !! .i. JTif llnnc .1. nic stronger than the good, sttonger tniiiee, u Mu-- s Convention of the TOO IHdi 7 VLZi. 3 ' "hWW iK.-tof U. V Slovens mid V. D. We will not I Vuplo'n I'aity of Ohio county will be than the law? Hooker Siituiday and Sunday. Hrsi-clas- s a believe it. It is a shame to our civi- - held at the court house in Hint ford ifo wero tho Aleck funis nnd 'ou.anrofd to neglect 1 li.alion, it is an insult to our laws, at 10 a. in, mi Satunlny, April .'iOtfi, m"so serious a matter 'r Aroit? Can you trifle A fSLj ufC. W, Steveno Siindny. yiie-ivouawnnniink to the intelligence of tho-- e clio-c- n to to elect delegates to Disttict and S. II.F. RE3WISDY! enfotce them, to say that this evil can State Convenlions, and to nominate for wIhmm1 .i-iL-r- u Uouphi, Cohh and Consumption ii beyond question tho Rroalost of nil 8 not he checked. It can and mu-- t bo candidates for Sliotilf ami Circuit it win Htoiii ivoukii in ono nignt. a iltiy It will ptoirent Crmi,, rcllcvp A.t'sTt i and euro it will check iiifC'o'il in Oo, Consumption tnLc-Id me. Evei v man owes it to himself, Cletk. time, " Yor. can't nlTonl to h i without l " A S5 ivt.t Km ' niav , ' a SlOO iu nocim'i billa-i- uay ' to his family ami to tho community to have jour lift. I .MU vour ,um ft GitioETiNc;. Hav- l0 . .,.-V to W II. ".V Ynr!.--, ti.r uiiil ' I lend his influence to the side of law Mooting Closod. - m a a u m m ma a a r.i n a u r k aiu a u eb x r. The piotiactcd meeting .it Mt. Mo-- t and older. The people have said with thiity profess- -i "Down with the Rliud Tiger." Rut iah has clo.-e- d :e i Mow- . iimii . Jo he will not down. Then he must bo nin A Methodist Church.Sotith.was incmbois. put down. Tho people, the moral, oigiiiiied with twenty-ninItiwulnduig, citizens, The power of (Sod was felt in i,,,u i i iiaiihi;i:p. orI II g U gl'1115 1' 111 Will Uli can put him down and then hnld him, iiiigliliiihuu.l as never befoie. Sjv- - U jrupiirUU Ut on On ilo Sulor and nearC'loviiiiort fS'tba1! llulul, eiinorpnrt, Ky. . a i in (rttiilli(r (rriitwl inn iviM linvn n of Mellenry, and . ,v , KlvU opportunity to in..noriali.e Happ and content it a lioms with " The CiSEElER llt riflnrn-fnrMrhiiii- iii w wiiiiu, am iihu iw tin-ur AQ.it l;h the Hcht of the morning. i a lamp lirilliag II !(' rllCKlUg IlllllCllUelltd Wi VV, iSSk rOLif'M.i-it.Wno.if nli..r. uaiiidl theeo violatoiiiuf law. Cata!ogue,wriio Uochoier Lamp Co., NewYork. utilise uhich they have espotued a IVRIlMit.. ;.i'i.ri.aUivrUtUai.u !l I v rUUUOKl llonilblicail HARDINSBURG. - i 1 i e MimuilB 01 mo ureal ji.uior. , worthy The people ofllmt community 111 . commence nt once tlio vrcctiuii of a J(ev, !. 1. Luin ornhm. i hoiioC of remitted vnliiniile niatniico (luring the nicotine;. Rev. 0. J. Bean re ' ... I I oi tno new mcmucr m- ctiveit a nan.1.1 Ho to the Cluiieli lift .Siindiiv. preached in the open air to an nn- - j incuse audience. The new church will have for olii- cere, .lacob Weller and .lames Am- bros, Stewards; Rev. .1. T. Cain, ' Clns leader; Willinn Lake, Assistant Chus-lcadRev. L. 11. Harnett, Sunday School Sunciintendent; Mis. , Mary Hamilton, Assistant; Mi-- Sal- lie Weller, leader of pr.iycr-niMin- g; Mrs. Mahala A. Ambrose, Seci clary ' L.K.1J. of Chtireli Confcicnce. . I er; HARTFORD AND HART- CLEAR RUN. mfri rmy i mm J MYE8EL 1 flfJllt-l'.tOCV- . i'.did tlay-ing- Ail.-ai'sa"- 1 l.- qubws ommesr. . o. -- I i. '" i 1 Beaver Dam i DEPOSIT 8 Mail I ittA. 4144 WASH'S Yorke-'.D.invill- .' )" te I . I.I-.- ..I "."" o Ue-er- .35. FIB1, XxwxMoit -- ........... ; I j.ix-ku......k- " ."";" v ,l0' t- i 1 i j po-ito- ty 1 FIELD ECartfcrd. es Ca-hi- er I flffl&YSH AHOBM? THEGR&AT h, " - Olu-liili- dl jufjgloVjARJ; i ..,-- j t h1 pc-m- I,-- Ini-iii- c. All tlii-tnr- t? e -- " 'E1IS lid -- i -- - .,.,,, ... inc w -t con-erv- "Seeing Is BeHeviino" :: . - ., .Mi-a- .Mis-ou- ri. l n. GISEIkH!: W I wSt rvirz -- -it 4&& rthi-iim- p fa-t- er Tracy will handle the Rake made. also Hay or lt "The Rochester -, e, -! w T 1 . m -t fc ... l e. - Lino. We have added to our stock full line FAST LINE of Carpets, running from the cheapest to the finest Housekeepers will CASEBER'S 'BUS find this Jomomber there ience. They can get no better machine Carpets at home. marie than the Call and see them. Mower. TIocker -- A h- .f.nffkla 1 jrmSk ,'. v i r li.oiu; :r ' r ONE PRICE If $35.00 The Farmcj's of Ohio county who tend buying Ilfll TBBM JOHN LOVJi I $85.00 CO.. mIm-hv- - ' y chines bear in mind that the Mc Cormick broke the Machine Com bine last year. -- okffrvaa 'szsz&m jio-iti- . r Jo-ep- er .'12-8- liu-inc- s" Notice! It' you want to good horse or trotting bred u. breed to w "a ohm 'M &" i y . aj nd y. good horse, call irflii tJ Vrf'- Ut.. 1 J 4 ..'' H U-I- at the Fair Also keeps e I 1:1.1X1::: 1 it-- df ' :TT!!!1J: w, Leave ,your Vir Blacksmith business, 'give you the very best ders willi Patronage solicited, price on same. I Dan F. Tiiacy. F. Yfisbii. Grounds and see Joe Drennon and Odd Stockings, in euro of Farmers of Ohio F. W. Yeiser. I am also handling ing taken the agency for Plows, Deering lc McCormick ers and Binders and Mowing Machine, I iiivc.i'j juh! Feed Slablc, yi can have tyonr Horses Vi:i. and (lie bcsl of rfes DR. AOKER'S CI3CL3SH lfW)ICl-t.:r,).,4- sifS0S&M. V-u- - 1 . day or nighl. 1111 Tracy lor McCormick Mower; the best earth. Call on lll'l-ll- iilltitXS&REBD, 111, rtattateM SKHS" lliu perfect Oxford, anil tho Patent 'lip mid Luce, nt CuroiiAGVs Sco &6Br&?Mammk'&tera PERSONAL. -- s . ' t'1, " " ,)J",' Wo think since tpring weather has Born, to tho wile of Henry I). Hon. town. set in the town has had a Di'lilled nelt on the morning of the 14th nut. and hutched a Blind Tiger, 'Joiiainmi naiey, uoiinc, wits in n fine 11 pound boy. Dr L T. Cox iu.vu yuueruiy. und from the way wc saw bottles were attending physician. S. D. Duncan, Mjlleury, wu in goiug last Sunday, it is n question oi The Adclpliian entertainment nt town yesterday. very shoit time when tho creoturo tlio College promises to be a will have his eyes wide open. It. It. Wedding, Itodne, called to grand nucccs, an the boys Inive untile sec us so yesterday. U "chock full" of new, soaoniibo go: ds nnd i8 out a gooit program. A ccitniu young inun so appreciB. P. Petty, called to offering all of t'm u at prion t!i,it in i'wh cmtomiM buy. 1 willpreuch tlicftincrul of.M ra.Kute rcc us yesterday. ates the smiles of young ladies, that a de- Kinkahl, wife of A. J. Kinkaid and Never before has the Baaar been nblu to soil goods Harilwick, n visiting lew days ago as ho was parsing some Mits Magpie daughter of Thomas nud S. A. Duke, her sister in Ccntrnl City. ludies who were standing in their as cheapnsit isdoing this jeason,nn'd tho ro.ison fortius U morn- at Uethel Church the (list .Sunday in doorway, and chancing to look iu .Miss Ada Cox, Heda, i visiting our Mr.K W.An lurs jii, who is o io of tlio s!i.nv lest buyers May at 1 1 o'clock a. in. .M. L. Henveriii. their direction nud they were smiling, in tho State, spent a month this season iu Xow York O. J. Hi:ax. W. Whiicidcc, LaGraiiL'e, is visit so captivated him that he u;u comand other Eastern Markets picking up bargains WHERE 4-- 4 8c. pletely "taken off." He, iu order to 10c. ing his uncle, Jesse Potier. Denial Notice DEALERS HAD to HAVE THE CASH.and asaeonso-iUne- o, them for their luvishuess of Mrs. Jennie Mnsley returned last lepuy Dr. J. P. William?, of tl.o oflicc of 10c. from a visit to South Cuiullioii. jinilcs, purchased a sack of apples, Friday he could ii.imu hii own juice- on ulmiiit every 11. Arniendl, of Owensboro, feath- Dr. W. in llnitford May !M, and '20c Miss Lury Klein, has returned from coi. mining two, and carried them to will ho article bought, and would not buy a single article unless five dayc. Tlwp ncediug Den- an extended visit in .McLean county. the ladies with his compliments, 15c. it was a bargain. Dr. W. M. Cnrtor. Hopkinsvilbi, which of course were accepted. tal work il'iuc will do well to rail on Wo can't name, prices on everything, but boluw will , was in town a few cluys this Di. William whili' here. u Our houses of worship will always quote jiricos on many articles you noil ovurv day, Itov. C. W. llesron, by Collego Happenings. visited friends in town this weuk. be attended by a hoodlum element which you may judge how w aro selling other 'goods. 10c IIcic wo ate again, but with little fit to be recognized iu A. C. lli'ckur, South ('arnlltou, was that is baldly We now offer lieu, hul that is no xigu that we are in town a day or twotliu fimt cil the society, and if there is anything that Tobacco canvas at i and l:Jc. chinch-goer- s in our Work for wo are not; wutk. flagging would hail with pious Heavy Domestic Sheeting, yard wide, nt oe. iiiteiot icein nianilcsted every moic Harry Robert." and 11. C. Gibson delight, it would be the expulsion of Heavier " " m,. .lay. thoc erratic creatures from our midst 15c 18c. Hindu a visit home on last 1'Ynltiy, reSea Island Cotton, nice ' ,ilc. Kxcr-ciM. llenn nttcniltil (irncinl turning Monday. and keep them awuy from the house Bleached Cotton at 5, ((, 7, y, 1) mid it),.. .Monday morning. Woolen Dross Goods at 8, 10 and 12io up. Miss Lidit riiurr, one of Paducah's of God until they can come with Colored Shirting, checks, t, The recitation recited by Dr. most popuhii' heih's, U visiting the famand more an,l Jc. for respect Visa Heavy stripe Shirting at 84c worth 10c. ily of C. L. Pit-Id-. clasM in Ithctoric on Mon their training. Instances are conCotton Jeans at IliA, lo, llfij, 17A nml 20c. day and Tuesday aftoinoon.s were ("apt. il.Shi.du.ky and (.VI. S. stantly coming to light, which ought Cottonados, heavy at IT), Ui- - mi" 20c. much enjoyed by the clugii and the P. Love, Miihldi:!icr county, woro to cause one to think serioiisTy about Corsets, cheajiut'oOc, for loc. lew vulture present, especially was in town .Mondav. where he is hcfoie he laughs so loud, " worth (55c for fiOc. Mrs. Win. Ward, Kioderhoo!:, and and disturbs the good people when the recitation by .Marvin Kimbly en" " 7c " (15o. " " 100 "80c. joyed. This is a goj I el.isi and the Miss llirlio Ward, No Creek, gr.vu they nro worshiping their Creator. Best It. & G. Corsets at 1.00. us aplcnsuiit ci.ll yesterday. Doctor is justly proud of it. Young mnu be more careful next In dress go tih, Gingham, figured Lawn's, Calicoes, .1. Prof. Lytic' talk Tuesday mornM. T.awson, time and don't let your "supposed Prosidihf" Elder, is tellBlack und White Wash Fabrics we can can leae you iu ing on "Light lloutcs" nan much en- Louisville, was in town thi'j week, funny feeliugs" get the best of you. tho guest of Hjv. K. K. Pate. is both quality and price. joyed by the tehuol. 11 Mrs. J. AV. Oliver, Kddieville, is M. lle.ui, Why don't we huve good walks iu ) ll:.uluick and Iu Ladies Uiidervesta, Cotton, Lisle Thread and Silk, visiting-hesistur. Mrs. C. It. Martin, Hnrtlord? Is it possible that we will Cin-i-r- iil l Uev. U. W. IIjss.A wc have something to suit nil. who has been sirk for pnmu timo. l'xitcii-- Tuenhiy luoriiiug. orhave to bear with tho miserable old Iu Kid Gloves, Sik Mits, Gloves, Haudkerchiefs, Mis Sada and The ilotiiny class have oidercil n rotten planks that make up the greatEv-ervtliiTies, Laces, Itibbous, Buttons, Drees Trimming!, Ac, we quarterly meeting er part of our walks? Would it not I hi'ilatiiu mid will begin their uuik as at Point Plmis.tnt lnt Snndny,roturii-in- g can please all at correct prices. soon as they are necked ho better to have nice stone stopping-bloc- ks Monday. hnti . For Trunks, Vnlises and Hand Bags, visit the Bazaar is ...... looking ....r hvciyonu than to huve the rickety, old is. P. ftoliy, Fordsville: E. S.Puyim, , woodon-blockj, 1 ward t.) commencement week nith and select from our largo stock what you want. which ure almost dan Uiilhomi; W. II. I'urk, Heda; K. K .11 I I I I.i'j1 J. gerous to cross. These nre question great uuoriui, ami wiring ucconi- - IWuhkI. Siiialllioiisu: II.J.C. Lind The Bazaar sells only the beat solid HONEST ingly. When we stop to ti.i.ik of the eV) (,li Pluasant, and E. P. Xeal, thnt are agitating the minds of the LEATHER Shoes for Ladies and Children. See the Kid a citizens of Hartford. Oxford for Ladies that we sell for $1.00. time we have, it svems shoit, nut I rentis, wee in town Morduy. An t boing- cL.)onewiii bcmuiy. of the honorable board of trustees Mc Henry. Marvin Miller and L. M Itender, . has advanced ideas on- - this subject. QEPARTMfllUT The death of William II. Mullen-ry- , JIS IIIIV 111 liarUOrU,UO One Can COIllC ailU gO alt.mlr.l ueneial Kxitpim. luenlay He says it would be better in the long j Mum: Anon. morning. . . which occurred at tins place on run to have stone walks all over town niaknm- - a Has never been rushed us it has this seasou but we Fiiday, April .8,18!I2, took from our LiIj Insurance. than to have plank ones as the coat in . have the stock and can suit you exactly in both style and midst one of Hartford's most eminent m,-- . .s. keeping them in good condition would it.iKut.of the Unitidstatw nnd price. If you want a hat that is stylish aud becoming, respected sous. call ou Sura aud she will please you. not be near so great. , Lli? Mr, Mcllenry was born here und us; .Mr. Clar- make Finally, if you need goods and wan to enve money on lived with the family of iiis father .. iiardick, who held n si.ooo Last Sunday was Easter, and a cersuit-in your Spring bill, visit until nineteen j ears old, when he re. policy it. Ins Company. Mr. Ilanl- . . tain young man had been scanning , i He was iuter- v. ' wick was itiitir.til . i.i 1 WW J .in.l IiiiiI moved to St. Louis. airn? iii.si. ir..i in vu. . 1...1. csteii ill newspaper woric tor many the pages of nn encyclopedia so as to : be posted on the subject, when he 'paid 8201.48 in premium . to the us ... familv , ycHiB noil nun inn-- iii iiiu iiiuoi. iuiti Mm found that iu olden times one of the Uiiiimniiv. rneeives tho r hie ami succinct hi iters of his age. fu'irpoliisy, with S2.').0() eaincddivi-ways Eastei was celebrated 'i lie sold out his interest iu Missouri greet each other with kiss. was to ili'inl. This is onlv an other of the a A hap in 1872 and since then has been travmany domoiistnitintw of the inestimaly thought struck him, and oriental Hurt-lor- d eling mon nil the lime, making ble value of Life Insurance, of which custom rivited itself firmly on his tins- his principal place of residence. Chri-tia- n Herald says: rated mind. That afternoon ho .was the He left tpiito a nice estate amountIn this day, God has mercifully altaking a stroll with his "own" and he ing to about 3120,000. By the terms See the be.t SI Shoe on earth for lowed those of us who have limited of his will he devises his property proceeded to give her u lecture ou f Ladies summer wear, at Anderson's incomes to make provision for our among his heirs as follows: To Estill Easter, and reminded her thnt u kiss was the most popular observance of families through the great Life InIlazaur. Mcllenry, of St. Louis) to Mrs. Erai- S surance Companies all over the land. that day, hut, to his entreaties, his If you need anything in the Juw-e'- ry By sonic hi( denial on our part, we can ly Hale ami Mrs. Hubert Craig, of love was dumb. lii.e.call on C. It. Martin, the bos. make this provision lor thi'se whom Owensboro, twenty thousand dollars And to nnswer he knew not how, "SD0ES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST LouisJeweler. When she told him this that made 'rc shall leave behind us. Is theic each; to Lein S. McIIeury, of ville, twelve thousand dollars in trust, him "ruura," Willianu Urns, can furnish you the anything so hepless as n woman whose ami to his nephew, D. M. Mcllenry, "It used to be the'eazer,' but it don't best Chilled Plows made. All ol'them husband has just died, when, with her go now." of Fiaukfoit, live thoiuaud dollars. children nt her hack, she goes out in warranted. He is now satisfied to put up with residue nf his estate is to be equal The Horse-shoein- g Shall lhi day to li.'ht fir brea It ly divided between John II. McHeu-ry.o- f painted egg shells. Go to Davi tt Cain's barber "shop -- he become a in some servant Mcllen-ry'- s Owensboro, nnd II. D. when you want anything in the No; not the otio one else's household? The Tattler bus often wondered estate. His brother, Col. John line. who Iuh been lying on your arm all nuil-linephew, John what women, when in correspondence II. Mcllenry, ltev. .1. It. McAfee will preach ut these years, and liiluig the household with each other, had to write about. J. Mcllenry, nro his executor. she sew unit light. Shall Alexander Schoolljgute next Sunday with joy The other day ho found this, to u for a living? Gud knows that they at .'! o'clock p. m. IN AND ABOOTTOWN. fair young lady, which is the only get hut six cents nud eight cents for Your coi respondent visited tho So- light he has bad on the subject: First class Horses. Iluggicx ami making imo gauuciit. Ah, no! you ciety of the "Little Gleaners," Mt the Dkaii Miss don't feel Caits for sale, hire or trade at Case-bie- r had better li:iv your coflin made and II is C. P. Church Sunday ufteinocii, and thnt I should close without telliug Hurton's Stable. it large enough to take them all with was delighted with their manner of you the condition of mv feet. The n lug lot you into that land where they never conducting CALL ON their Bible reading". corn on my big toe has not hurt me Carson it Co. will receive any recently, -1 think mavbe bv ffiWft latest designs in Dress Goods, freeze nor starve. How a man with Miss Etla Thomas, their I'resideut. good treatmentand will of the it not bother me no surplus of estate, but still enough presides in a manner that would do uny more, but Thursday. Conic ami tec them. the corns ou each of money to pay A premium on a life incredit to older heads. Miss Florence my little toes have been civim? me Match teams, new llugcics, nnd surance policy can refuse to ilo it, and Morton, their Secretary, gets up a fits this rainy weather. They nre ul 25 ,n first-cla- -s drivers ulways ready to then look his children in tho face, and most killing mo now. & Please, Dear i : i ii.' i very nice minute indeed. They corPL YLxk V V ; send mo all the corn medicine wait on the public, at Casebier it say his prayers at night on going to ' dially invite the old "folks" to attend you have by return mail; order an Hurton's Stable. iiiHT ftxJH. bed, expecting thi'in to be nnswtred, their meeting next Sunday evening other box and send that also, und I "jrx7 .Ti r v 'w Ifl rmmi-tcI., Y'&mmKB&l will remit ut once. Tho bunion on i My. Don't ride in a rattletrap when you is u mystery to me that I have never nt 4 p. in. 25!5mQ3fc&i&2MSI can get a new Hupgy from Cascbier yet been nhlc to fathom. I understand that there is quite u my second toe joint is convalescent. m Yours with an nail. tiiainw m:vi: iii:vi:tt ham. Collego for demand in Hartford reasonable price, and it liiirtun for a Adolphians Friday Night. "cats". Parties having any for sulc, 'IKll.V r.OINII WKST. N 12:111p.m. us good as the best, Nn. f.. Mill nmlKilniThat is quite an interesting to(e)pic Tho Adeljihinns will give u public . I.IiiipIiiI r.xirin No. 7, lhliir. would do well to see Miss Lilu up. ,kAs pleasant to write about and tho Tattler hopes TIIMNH HOINII KAS'l. Dr. .1. II. noyott, Owensboro, entertainment 1'iiday night, Apiil 22. or Marvin Kimbley before sell- ere - " Nii.K, Mail kiul I'.xpt this the corn medicine has arrived will dolivor tho annua! address to tho Everybody is invited In be present. - ": ing elsewhere. No. , l.liiilU.I Kxpii' and brought relict to tho fair sufferer. I'lrouiiAM Societies of Hartford Collofjti ' Misses Laura Bender, Eva Pit tie, tint tt:eT.uJcM Chill Tonic which kit 4tk Invocation J. 11. MvAfee. V,A fHIL 22181)2. week. given such universal satisfaction, and and Lurn Williams, accompanied by wl.lrji ou hear your ticighbou talking Opening Addiess 1'ies. W. II. To tho Traveling Public. Messrs. J. It. Williams, It. Nelson abo't ii Ouuvit's. To get thr original Cascbier it Hurtnn nro nlwaya to Khoad-i- . Carson it Co. is hcmlnuartors for I nm prepared to entertain the nnd venuine Tasteless Chill Toric, at. ami A, F, Stanley intended Sabbath Chorus The Crucified Lonl. tho front. Now Ilupgies and Horses ways ask lor Grovk'S. and don't accr pt cheap, untried Hubstitutes, cl!iniK to I fats. traveling public, can furnish as good Tichi'iior. Essuv Silas School at Beda last Sunday aftpriioou. DC just as good. Grove's Tasteles e;iiiin..i(ie noius lull o ozs. anu rmuiimw and firsUolass conveyances furnished rooms and fare us can be found iu Solo,' Tim Litt'e Man L. M. doses, while many of the new, untried t&'telc. . tonics only hold 4)4 ots. liny your Oxford Shoes from Carson Wo heanl a young mail remark on short notice. doy or night Hartford. Gruteful for past patronBender. contains but twenty-fou- r to thirty doses. Orove'i. Tonic is as lar'e as any dolitCo.'g that it seemed to him that'll'. Nelson age and pesiring News Nu. 1 -- Kul...! i No'son. rotnlln fop l0 owns. Tilunufncturt'it by PAitIB a continuance nf the lar tonic and COMPANY, St. Luul.i, M.. Sold ly all UruggUU La wi once, of Harm Hrniioh MEDICINE Address, ,, L. Elmore How to weul a crooked road to gel lo his A new lot of fishing Tackle ut Wil- Respectfully, neighborhood, who had been visiting the Line a, id Let lliu Chips Fall boarding house, but then the compa- same, I nm, Hroh. limns Mns. Rkukca Vauoht. ' hi two brothers at Memphis, died in Where They May. ny has bomethiiii' to do with short Ti 77 m i m - . ,, " C.ood notatoes and lots of them at We are Diifting Down ening the distui.ee. jt1 Quurtette, Ho w, m th(j tho Stream U. Foster, "U. C. Bitr-n-elt, Williains HroB. Statement of the Condition romcuired as the polite- nnd popular Jr". "and A. P, Win. 1 If you want cheap Goods, buy from telegraph operator at Heaver Dum Thomas. OF THE Cm son it Co.'s Day in tho Woodi W. years ago. Ho hail many eight or ten Essay, A Don't w know that we IVimiila (vim hw lnfl4. II. Barnes. " """ OK Newest and most Stylish Millinery curry one of the luigexb, News No. 2 11. Fo:lcr. at Anderson's lla.aar. most stijlislt Boys newest and two of Soh, Happv are Wc-Arthur Hurris and Jo Itecd, L. U. Harnett. IIik Clone ol Iluilums, linesof Clothing in theGveen At IU, IH03, nnd hnbmlllril to Hntrli 'Illazcis," pretty unit stylish for Ohio county's former colored hoys.nru WVSwiQkftVBlllSBlBlA M T BB Comic Declamation J. II. Barnes. Hivei' C llSBlBBsVl llir Jim t mulling a first class barber shop nt only (iOcts. ut the llimiar. MuckholUrr' Mrtllnjr Address, Onward Win. Foster, Jr. That we are selling them MiirrlilO.lNOa. Thoy have u nice shop, Chorus The l'.itter on tho Shin-gl- rs. If you want good blacksmithiug Clovorport. " every duy to the better trail C well furnished, with elegant revolvinc done, gu to Dick Williams. chnirs and other conveniences. Call for less moneij RESOURCES. Tho biggest stock of Trunks in on them for anything you inny need GLENN VILLE. can buy them elsewhere? Bills 'discounted 859,399.82 April 18. Mrs. Emelino Ileod is town nt Anderson's Bazaar. Had i) on- heard that life Real estate in the tousorial line. Remember their 3,000.00 Vl'lllllg nri eou.iir i.i on Furniluie. nud fixtures.... '1,000.00 Stylish woolen and cotton Dress place, opposite Sulzer's and near Klein, who has been tho are having Brown-Desnoy-- cr Mk? Lucy 1,341.07 Bonds HAitrtm A Smith. Hotel. goods ut Anderson's Uuzaor. 7or'QlMtguo and Prloou, write the ManuAoturert, of Misses Ada and Dai.. Col oar line of giu-e- t 743.64 Custom. Made Shoes both Debts in suit lins, returned to lieruomo m Hartdress and apron Gingham? ,: Expenses paid 303.591 Mfg. Co., l'rcttj & Uncle George Collins, one ol Hartford last Saturday. Women's? Cash in safe in Misses 5,529.97 cheap, at Anderson's Uazasr. ford's best colored citizens died lat Hev. W illisSn'iith filled Ids tegular None better. 38,002.32 JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. Cash in other banks Best solid Leather Shoes for Ladies Friday ut his homo on Walnut Street, itpiioiutuieut hcie last Sunday. Why pay credit, n profjcribu nud Willie Fills visited Your $110,037.91 and Children, ut Anderson'.) Bazaar. Ho was an honest, upright man loved friends und relatives at Abbieville nail it to others, when you. can He lived in and rcspcted by all. LIABILITIES. save money by buying for Rev. J. II. James will preach at Lexington iu his boyhoond nnd re No Creek recently. 630,000.00 Capital stock Mr. otrinyer spent a tew days in cash of us? the court house Sunday nt 11 o'clock. membered 75,503.05 tnnny interesting occu- r- Sacramento last week. He business; make your Deposits 40.37 Due other Banks Miss Mary Miller, one of Hartford's rences of the good old days. He ' A young man went to town nno as possible. dollar go as 1? ., 4.00 energetic and accomplished young was tliero otice during Jackson's ad- - ilaylnrt week, ,gnt drunk nnd lost a Come to see us at Heaver Dividends unpaid ., 4,440.40 Httiulc tree nnd eberk line, and came Profit nud loss.",... punun strntioii when the President pass-- , ludies, 1ms a school of thirty-fi- ve negp kI hU j wl Dam. Wo wish her ed through tho city in his stagecoach Ulll ,e his name, for his girl would pils uf Adahiiri;. $110,037.91 & a, K. Cox, President. Bt.ub Birii, find it out. en route for the Capital. abundant success. TA.1B. BROS. & CO'S TOWN TATTLER. if-- 1 MJT V7f-1- TIYCX? IKRSON'S 7c prints nt 5c. to 20c cotton jeans to close, at 12c. 80c satines, Those are only few of our bargains. it us for prices and largest selections. Owing to tho fact that our trade lias been great thnt an for the last three weeks opportunity for proving to the people that we are leading in every line, has been nied us. We conic to the front this ing by offering you wide at blench domestic I2'.c bleach domestic at bed ticking warranted to hold ers at 25c lurkey red table linen 20c. " 20c. 25c pure linen crash at 05c. Tie Brown cotton at 6'ic BAZAAR - wi-ek- M- self-diee- ij $PDRHSS COODS.1 We play second on the fiddle to no one in the line. We have the stock, tint ing who selling the Dress Goods in Ohio county. Our line of trimmings, such as silk, velvets, braids, laces, chefibn, jet naments, buckles, etc., are beautifu'. mulched in the latest manner. )M j!j1i IMtfPV IMiM)l)T1WCT nir r aiu-mlu- e I 1 nil lliliUnLi Never before have we had more satisfac twice as large tr.rv trade. Our line J away without purchase. Our JinN are the most stylish, our prices the lowest. Visit MISS FOSTKK will take giving you something reat pleasure ' ).. h, price uihi tjiunit your feathers, eggs and woo'. Jh'ing he highest price always paid. P PHY lll'TT7y ... I li Anderson's Bazaar. i Feathers wanted at 45c per 1 pound. FA!R BROS. Hartford Temple of Fashion, CO., Props. jfifiluESB. i. I T. ID. "7,IILILI-.35v- BLACKSMITHING. mi-u'i- tou-sori- al 4 il?- Kj&f&JFl a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. zc J. D. WILLIAMS. ipt Okp, .I Beaver Dam, Ky. T. J. MOItTON. t.itjpli N. & M. V. R. R. f" 2hfmsm laessK low jm -...-..;? T r JSPv 9 m cwtirjSii foHILL3,MALAftlA T ft.ttILIttFiSNHSS. asismiSyi Mil-lig- un ''- "WB&ZBSr uut "ntiA THTWITf?"W Af3'R,AfPAY. l S J'e8 I Young Men iu i """ ht M TF ': than'lheti - Clo-erp- ort a'h'rgtmle i and a Austtaj3mlinson Webster J far Try The hog ( TAYLOR CO. For Job Work, Hartford Republican FRIDAY, APRIL Of '22, 181)2. I I ?'u,c1' for lit lto iltar'iiiliiin. tlio enforcement Every Presbyterian minister before to preach solemnly God nnd mail declares his belief in tho doctrines of that church nnd promises that he will not teach anything contrary to the standards ho has received and agreed to uphold and defend. When his opinions have changed, honor, decency aud truth rcquiro that ho should nt once get out of tho church whoso doctrines ho cannot receive. When a man ceases to be n Presbyterian he ought not to stay in When ho a. Presbyterian pulpit. ceases to he a Baptist he ought not to stay in ti Baptist pulpit. If n man is m duty found to be absolutely honest nnywherc, it is in matters of religion, nud the people who with this sort of sickly sentiment sustain and encourage men to remain in a church whose doctrines they cannot conscientiously maintain arc advising and consenting to the incnucst and lowest typo of fraud and hypocri- he is licensed bo-fo- Whole-al- e approaches the ground Dealers, than it did when It commenced to fall ; CLEVELAND, O. Its motion Is therefore tennod "a uniJNO Superior St. Ji ! formly accelerated motion." In other words, If a body be moving at a certain velocity at tho expiration of one second from the point of time nt which It was allowed to fall, It will bo moving twice as fast at the expiration of two KENDAlUsllfc seconds, and so on. Experiments have shown that tho rate per second at which bodies acquire velocity in falling A long-teste- d pain reliever. through tho air is thirty-twfeet per at the cud of tho drat second uooond Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the after it hits dropped from the hand; at Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by eveiy tine tho end of the next second with n velocity of sixty-fou- r feet, nnd nt tho end requiring an effective liniment. The Mont Succclul Itemsdf crfnllsooT of the third at the rate of ninety-siere J, (4 It Ii certain In In iSixta anJ dm Lut No other application compares with it in efficacy feet per second, nnd so on. tllitcr. itaul proof U.towt Tho velocity of a body at any period n This remedy has stood the tes;t of of its fall may be ascertained by multiKendall's Spavin Cure. plying the rate of motion nt the end years, almost generations. of tho first second by tho number of Pb. n. J, RlirnwooD. MJ.. May i, 10, ICriDii I. Co.. seconds it has been falling. The ve Ocnta aiui thrr pr rsu I wrotn tn rim No medicine chest is complete without a bottle nf rboutnlirrnslowncl who liu.l n Similn. I utA locity being known, tho space through lit ixitilcHoi ur Kcnilairsiiu Curv.nml It Mustang Liximknt. inidariimilttuCurc. ni rccointi.eudid It tj 'which it has fallen may bo ascertained other w ho buu uitM It tvim JJlt- - A.1ME . KlllXikOX. V m,ult P,y,"s 'V0 Occasions arise for its use almost every day. noa oy tiie numocroi scconas uuriiiir . whlch lt has fa)linKi anA dividing EMBooEsEVERf Desirable Ihwovcment All druggists and dealers have it Spavin Cure. the result by two. These rules only Kendall's ManyExclujivelvItsOwn. with absolute correctness when a apply p. n. J. Kt VI)nnut Co.: all any tint tonce trIM n body falls "In vacuo," for tho Dror 8ira- -I twttli of the air materially retards the of ourkenilAiraSia(lu(.urtton nthrfv'aro' II elegantly colt, am! It entirely n.iiioilnliim-Mnli- i an gnVEYEARS Idl.l nut iimbII tho txittlv In rrmotlnx li. Thj velocities, especiidly when they become Finished hcre la nix or neven J eai h nhl, try sountl, anilhbi il me hanl wurk all of I ho time. considerable, and when the body ha SEE OUR2 KesKctfully ) oura, E. Kiasiox Saluccut. great bulk in proportion to its weight. l7te7.1 Were It not for this resistance, every tV .fl.l There arrived recently in New Is n beautiful little village, situated raindrop descending as it doett from a Kendall's Spavin Cure. York a number of wild animals. among the hills of Kentucky, is in the height of many hundred feet, would Couwma, Alx.JulyJI.lsM. A LIVlACENT WANTEDIN EYERTTOVtN Some are to enter zoological, and North-we- st corner of Ohio county; strike with a force as futal as that of a Da. B. 1. CrxDiLt. Co. : rille bullet Brooklyn Eagle. Ueuta I bne irritually removal on cue f FOR CHILIS tk FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, some are to cuter circus menageries hindered on the We'st by Panther bone apavtn with )nnr Renilnll a UpMTluCurc. ihvcrfully recon iiivlU It to all. m Mriliclne. There were spotted leopards, hyenas f creek and its tributaries, on the South Slrrp ItCKxioiir. STANDARD Trt.'jCCNTl pmcHEADACHEiHDALL A physician says that the ory for rest one tiger, four wolves, one zebra, and she is charmed with the rattling of has always been louder than the cry MALARfALD850RDERS. rrlretlrbott1s,or9tzbottlMfort. Alldn, some other aniinal. Tlio daily pa- the wheels, and the screaming of tne ENTS lta haTo It or can Ret It for oa, or It w III l i ul for food. Not that it is more ImporFOR SALE OY AIL DHJGGISTS. toanyaJJroaaon rerelptof irl hy tho jiroprle pers did not report any interviews whi.-tldaily traius on the tant, but It is often harder to obtain. nf the tora, ST.LOUIS MO. iiPnEPAREDBr R!G!!DrO.-TAVLCtlMt.Cso we do not know what they think of Ovrcusboro, The best rest comes from sound sleep. DR. B. j. KENDALL CO., Falls of Rough Railmesa Of two men or women, otherwise equal, America, or whether they are glad to road. Her streets are broad and Eoosburgh Falls, Vermont ana mini miihi ti get here. All the animal were well lovely, with few obstructions except the one who sleeps best will be the most healthy and efficient. Sleep will when they landed; they were confined in winter,when mud and water meet do much to cure irritability of temper, Hichant Monarch, i're, "'.e'.iriTO.Vico-Pitii dSZfiaA- in cages while on shipboard. you at every comer. The smoke peevishness and tuiuasIneiM, It will re- WE.1S30R0 NATIONAL BANK store vigor to Cheerful music was so admired from her manufactories may he seen will cure a nn overworked brain. It ROTHERS headache. It will cure a once or twice a week. Messrs. Mor- - hrnkpn snfrif. by Frederick Moet, u wealthy gentle Tt will nrn n unMi. man of Bolialo.N. Y.,that he gave in rison it Jelt are the largest dry goods Indeed, we may make a long list of etructioiis to liU relatives to have and grocery dealers in town. Among , nervous and other maladies that sleep arc the daily will euro. plenty of it at his obsequies. When her other advantage Security For Doposits Tho cure of skeplessuess requires a Ins body was pased into the Builalo mail", also her educational facilities clean, good bed, sufficient eiercise to 0. i 2-75,00crematory there was waltz music cannot be surpassed by any of her promote weariness, pleasant occupa-tion, good air and not too warm a villages of the same population from an excellent baud, and a quarroom; a clear conscience and avoidwithin the State. The entire populatette sang several popular melodies ance of stimulants and narcotics. For When the body had been reduced to tion has the privih'go of attending those who ure overworked, haggard, n (J C o u ii "-Eaza i p emu a fiinciul party went to n church at least once a month, with nervous, who pass sleepless nights, we ashes, the ;i Specitor restaurant and enjoyed a Miniptuous many other religious advantages. commend tho adoption of such habits as will secure sleep, dinner provided at request of the de Her inhabitants arc very sociable, be short, and what otherwise life will there is of it sadly and you are only to see them to love imperfect. Exchange. ceased. Sonrico y;ast co aitRoirMicM . them. Those who are seeking rest K The remedies for the grip are alfor the Future. Kln iMisincss anil pleasure during school vacation, most as nuuieroiH as the cases of that Pittshurgfi Leinp Is asked, Are we likely ckJhB LAWSON RENO, Onshlor. or otherwise, would find it nice strolling to The question have in years immediately advancdreadful malady. One was tried by s (Itl.V. HTfl one of those iu. among the hills and caves surround ing more or less rain than during the HtfrUauKjn ven William 1'arrott, of Dillsboro, III., oils il.; t ing the village, and I dare say should last few yearef nt the siiggetion of a seems to Lt question cannot bo anWhile the you have an occasion to. visit this friend, between whom aud the unIt setu.i. place you would not want to leave swered with absolute confidence, tho CENTRAL CITT, KY. grouping of years into decades or other fortunate Pnrrott there is now a chillreach the nnd no doubt on would take up regular periods eliminates most of the it, R. R. rAXON, PROPRIETOR. ing coolne?. The friend told Bar end :,s to your abode here dining the remainnonperiodic variations, and shows ron mat ins grip would be driven Has just been repaired and newly goodness of whether any secular alterations are der of your life. Eixna. from his system hi ten minutes by a 1 1 g n t taking place. There is no doubt that furnished. Located close to Depot. in since 1SS7, at ail events, the rainfall warm lye bath. Parrott followed his Successful Driver. Good meals or s ever' v.t; lunch. Give A .1. II. Goldsmith fricud'i instructions, and tho warm who had such over Knglaud has been lunch below and cr.se cf the average; and a consideration of all it a trial. lye canted the patient to shed his f,'reat success in tho Grand Circuit the facts leads to tlio conclusion that skin like a snake, and removed his last year with Pimlico and others, such a period of scarcity is very likely hair and heard. Ho is now as bald writes, "I have 'ivon Quiun's Ointto be followed by ono of abundance, 1 he only care it requires is 0-A.3L.Ij CXKT nnd that the coming few years will us a billiard ball, and his cuticle all ment a thorough trial and I can truthVtli ig and wiping. probably bo more rainy than those reover his body is as smooth as that of fully s.ty it is tho best preparation Dirt falls ont wlien the cently experienced, although possibly n frcbhly skinned calf. But the grip fur removing a Splint or curb that tho increase will not occur in tho sum..liinney is taken off, not into li.1 is gone. mer months at a time when It would have over used." a pocket as in other central-'oiijjbo most noticed. London Nature. A gifted parrot is owned by John lamps. ROSINE. Wlijr h Hlatorle Charm Wa I.ot. Sewey, of Xoank, Conn. The bird Putting in a new wick is a The Leading Fhofcographor. M. S. Ragland has about completed One of tlio moat precious nnd beautiwas captured in si Mcxicau forest very easy matter indeed. ful uimilets of history is tlmt of which thirty-liv- e years ago by its present the job of dressing ."00,000 staves. All this seems strange to Moncuro D. Conway tells us. It was n futures is Every Stjle and Size. Mrs. Francis E. Allen's house came owner, and brought to this country. treasure from the post, owned by the I6y01d Pictures Jonied nnd Knlnrged one who knows how troubleIt speaks Kuglish fluently, and is so very near being destroyed by fire Emperor Louis Napoloon III. It was some other good lamps are. A SPECIALTY. set with a blaze of precious (stones, tlio respectful that when it has cause for last week, but fortunately it was disIt is in all the good lamp-store- s. StuJio on Main, between Lewis & glfta of tunny princes. It descended to linger a foreign tongue is choson to covered by Prof. A. Lee Bennett and tho prince imperial, who woro lt as Send for a primer. a Daviets Streets, express its indignation. Puttbursb, Pa. PlTTSUUSCU BRASS Co- In otiier two other young men while passing. watch charm. Ho wore lt when Ire 37t6 OWENSBOliO, KY words, it fears to ollyntl polite cars Damage to house will not exceed ten wim killed among the Zulus, and it is dollars. gone, no ono knows where. by swearing in Kngliih; it therefore S Ah I If ho had but known tho rules J. W. Peach has bought Dr. L. T. relieves itelf by cursing vigorously, of nmulet wearing among thoso people WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO CiixVdwi-llinhouse. Consideration, vehemently m Spanish. It takes iU nnd had worn It about his neck I No CALIiO.N matter how precious it was, it would place at the table with the family, in 8100. Mrs. Susamili Stewart has bctu then have been left untouched. Tho n chair that just fin it, feeds itself dead of battlo may bo stripped of every with a spoon held in one claw, grunted a pension. "si r ornament .icas ULhlAt.w hi h, P Crowder has gone to Louis- garment orProfessor but that about while it rests on tho other. Its favorOlitninvU. anil nil IWII.iSl tho neck. Froderiok Starr la lVrirf'1VH9DEBllilaHKSaal tcnittil to lnrUfllli:H.H: H'KS (III! .iRiiu la Charles Baker, who has been Popular Science Monthly. ville. ite diet U ico cream. opi'imile trio II H 1'iilviit (Mine mm mil lain I'lllcifti in iiu tiniu llian llin'c irmoti- lioni attending Huitford College during it miiIii.i., n.!iiititm. N'iMi He mlrlM-- im.i n i.sii Flrefllea Peculiar to AlQ.rlca. HIOTO ot litrciiilnn tho post ten weeks, entered school Fidelity to Faith. aUIily fiwnf i liiimciniil hp inHKi! Ml UlAht.K Til uucients were probably unaci'M.f.s i:iiK.r s ,sw i iii i) hero-o(I.01llllllf I'oil.J last Monday week. quainted with the species of fireflies Fu iiiUku Urii.: 'Uiil icffinin-- In Thero is a great deal of sentiment etunl rllciilk In yiiii ihtii Mule. (vnmtjr I'Hj i Tho.eelect school nt this place, con- which are so familiar in this country, gush in these later days about the ducted by Prof. A. Lee Bennett, is because the most remarkablo ef theso Vi'ixmie 1'iilim lilirt 'i'luknwton I) V nro peculiar to America. of ministers from certain giving entire satisfaction. The great lantern (Ilea of southern Europe and For tiie finest and Most Arlhlic Work, churches on account of their refusal Archie Romans, Caueyvillo, was in Asia, which n.ro fcometime culled "dy- any size or style. Frederica St. , behcem FOR DlMFKrAIA e or inability to to tho doc- the city Saturday on on business. Ifae nrown'a Iron Itltlera, ing glowworms,"- nro allied to (he boat 3rd and th. (Jm37 riijilcluin recomiueml It. trines of tho churches to which they Dr. O. W. Felix, Olnton, was in the Men and water scorpion. On tho other All dealcra leap It. Jl.lOjr bottle. OenuUa respectfully belong, and an endeavor city the same tiny to fcco toseo a hand, the llreilies of tho tropics are baa tradu mark ami crowed rcdlluea oa wrapper. I?DAA! ,XBa Man f Persons beetles. The latter are of somber hue tsdr l1 is made to create prejudice against patient. ire liralcn ilown l.om overwork or liomoliolj '.a the daytime, nud It Id only at night '" llrnwn's Iron Blttr.s the church, because the.-- o ministers BROWN'S IROS BITTERS The Sunday School hero was Jl. JJtijYJVETT, Proprietor. that they show their lights. Washing-w- u rebtill1i the ryrtvin, 11M1 dlKCitlon, removes Curea Indlscitlon, llllloiuntu. Dyspepsia, Maj. ure silenced or expelled for mere opinbile, nud cures malaria, tic UicKCiiulno Star, with D, M. last Sunday, Highest Dj13'1L price paid 'ur country produce. and funeral Dcbilltr. 1'lnal- rl. Nrouni'i. It. All drahn It. Genuine ion's sake. A ca-s- of this kind has Hncker, Superintendent, ' nud Miss eUni reeoinracnil k Good Passenger accommodations. Same old price tuatrado mark and croiicd r&l llnwon wrapper. LADIKS Neuralgic Fer$on but recently happened at Pittsburg, Hortenso Paget, Secretary. Let the Heeding a tonic, or children that want building AndthoM troubled with nerrouaneM reiultlnjr each way. Your patron Ugo solicrich and puor--$1.0- 0 up, ihmiiil Ink" nnd the usual supply of stock in trade good work Vfl on. Wo would suggest from ewe or OTerwork will ba rellsved by Uliif llBrBUonfll.nl!illi,arl,hla IinOWN'tt IUON IllTTKnS. Autr rJrl'fatthe J 19tf, ited. It II lewani to tukg, curts .Malaria, Jtrewn'a Iron Bitters, oeoutna criticism is set up against the Pres- - to thefJArciits to see that their chilliillousucis. All dealcrakecplt. RON . our uuUwrUoil luvnfbu trtda mrk tod crossed red luwt on wrapper. K Ser-peta, Snuff lias been made from a very early period, first and most largely by tlio Spanish, who prepared it with caro and scented it with various materials. Next the low countries. Scotland and England extended and popularized the use- of smitl'. The American colonies prior to the revolution used the currency of Only some Great Britain mainly. subsidiary coins were minted in the colonics, nml these were all of copper, excepting in Massachusetts, where silver shillings were coined for several years. Barton Turner, n man found in Peekskill by the Jew York census takers, gave the names of seven wives whom he had married in his time. Tney had survived marriage with&liim periods ranging from two weeks to tncuty-ninyears. He is now eighty-on- e years old. CoHec bleaches and improves with sy. This is a free country, and men age, but old codecs, which used to be have the right to hold to any form of highly esteemed, are no longer obtainable, as the prices of collee have icligion they may prefer, but no honbeen so high that the planters have orable man has tho right to pretend hurried their product to the market to bo one thine when he is another, instead of keeping it, as was often tlio or to cat the bread of n church when he disbelieves nnd despises its doc custom in the olden times. trines and its teachings. Men who I What's in a name? A very great . nsist on remaining in n church, and deal, if you happen to be born in at tlio same time discredit its faith Maine. One Maine man has nlllicted nnd deny its cardinal truths, nro echis ollsprings with such names as clesiastical dead beats and should not Taught, Orlando, Tlieopevauder, receive the countenance of respectaSalonic and Serena. While u ble and honest people. Maine girl has for a full name Carrie Anuio Mary Louise Nellie Fooler. WHY WILL YOU cough when ivo unmodiato Some of the New York Hotels pro- Shiloh's Cure will rolif. Price 10 cts., iiOcts., and M. vide chaperons for female guests Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. with the city. A shop " ping tour, under the guidance of one BEAVERDAM. of tlietu, siou familiarizes a stranger April, 12. Farmers are greatly with the city. Many ladies find this behind with their farm work, being occupation pleasant and remunerative. held back by the continued cool The charge for such services is weather. a day L. L. Stewart made a flying trip Some of the younger squaws of the home Sunday evening. Miss Rosena Taylor, Prentis, is Tarratine tiibc of Indians are better looking and better educated than spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Dan Ticheuor. many of their white sisters. Alii-c- , Mr. Duncan, of Union county, is the 18 year-o- ld daughter of John ;. Francis, the big hunter aud trapper VHiling his 6.stei,Mrs. Gray and Mrs. of the Penobscot, is a very pretty xwngo. J. Burch Taylor is conducting a girl, with dark, olive complexion. She speaks English. French and the Mugine; school at McHcnrv. J. Edwin Rowe was in towu awhile Tarratine dialect, plays the pinno, C. innkes many kinds of fancy work aud has traveled sonic. o 82-C- Gonoral Intorost. ARK YOU MADE miserable by drcn attend tho Sundity School in stead of permitting thcul to idlo their Iudqrostion, Constipation, Dizziness, time away on the streets playing ball Loss of Appetite, ollow Skin? Shiloh's Vitafior is a positive cure. or "keeps." Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. It. It. Weddiug, Attorney, attended Circuit Court nt Lcitchficld last AtUBtaWe Extension Stand. week. G. M. Harrison, L. B. Mills and Chas. Baker, who nro uttending OU;$HQYJPJ3R8JT PILES. school here, visited their parents and ft SUHE anil CERTAIN CURE friends last Saturday at Sulphur kuov.n for 15 yours as tho BEST Springs. REMEDY FOR PltES. rnprJII!!(llllUsi1.TJ Million. CO., ST. lot IS, Wc had the pleasure of attending the District Union on Inst Friday at Salem Church. The good people of JOKY BOmrOMMJI, the community had nn abundance of "WIIOirSAlE o.ia.4 rt.cr.A.xx. IIK M.Kit IX provisions and all seemed to enjoy the , Trnilriil KIII'lTM nml C'oiift-rand speaking by Judge Jno. feasting, Owonsboro, Ky. C. Townscnd, B. F. Bartlctt nnd Ml Orders From Stages Promptly a others. tended to. 37y The doom of the Democratic party is scaled. The Republican party that has stood the criticism of all the othmtMiiCHr er parties for the last three decades, is bound to be n winner in tlio comI I ing contest for supremacy. You can put Kosine voting precinct solid for (rfrfc Beu Harrison for President. Rosa. April 15. umnm r BUCKEYEUtt 0MTKHT CLABRETTE SOAP! V Trercs banks of violets, Banks of rrps, Arja D&rjrts vizre Rimers grope ; And bJKs trial rj&rpdle golden coin? J f litm-rlrN- v ust'ULninc &Ct nmpTTpQn.n 1 BulFAIRBANK makTHE BEST SOAP. N.K.Fairbank&Co. ST. LOUIS. 1 u. uuMK SIIILOIPS CATARRH Remedy. A positive euro for Catarrh, Diphfcolcl hy tneria aim uanuer-.Mou- tii 'A. Wayno Griffin & Hro. Why IUIa Drop A falling D - RUnd, (Ibto Stand, Howrr Htand.alio Ump, l.ftur. Parlor. lJbrmrjr, OhW litrtlonarj ami Chrtkfr Kt.ml Md fcaatl. Hrd wooj.rutitwd AnlJh, nulnht 31 InrlM. ! nt ...n 'brtlt It IL . ivmut vAinupu,u mints. 'hC. IS. kKkf.l !t.t (11 Vm 1 MtulM JUiWra, utillwtvu at., Ikatun, aM. SJ yjsmxza is-fiij npj 'fi -- M nr.sT. lt.l.l.rJK.l. TW H wc sunns IOtT.il MM. ' in. ' 4TKIIUC1. tmm oimim t'""'lt qj. i ii. Is Not Kilt. mpldlyw body moves much more TUB KKV. GKO. II. TIIAYKK, of Bourbon, I ml., says: "Both inysolf and wifeowo our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURLY' Sold by 'A. Wayno Griffin & Bro. Agents Wanted! H. A. LOZEIEK&CO., Mexican Mustang Linimeiir 7 o HPfP A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. x well-know- 1 ... I b,, VV "! . HandseM1 to-d- ay. haynesvilleT SMgentor DOCTOR rfSP TAYLORS n&i Em X - e, U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ey. , m imm hop 3 si.-t- ers a try Merchants alty. Interest paid on time deposits. licits your $Accounts of Farm- 4 i r Wwi! QUICK I IS THE ONLY hbwci rsnrps n I L.6HTER5A3 I j - i PER PUBUSTrKD IN Til J.-- Commercial Hotel, .f ZM&i3 ti iin-ishe- fourth V tWt0 mmm disthigt SUBSCRIBER? NOT first-ehti-- ARE YOU 1 ml It Jteitlflr, ht SUBSCRIBE at once! g f5S If $ rf fWfS JOB WORK TO US, And it will receive C. Theo.Cain, ibiiiilllil - ihiii-m- i Respectfully, i BARNETT & ROGERS. sub-ciib- - Stag1 vvjvn iv wiiunuijuuu,-juiii MH TA nuni'MQDADA ,. Lin for Indlgei-tton.nn- -