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OFFICIAL Pn S&fiSCKIBE "-I'oii mi tiii: mi OF U K7M REPUBLICAN IN'IflE FCUR1H G0MBRGS310MAL DISTRICT. IERHS-S- L'5 Fer Annnm, la Adunee. sa $1.25 per year. HAJiTFOBD, KY.MDAY, MAY 13, 1892. NO. 41. THE WAY TO SPREAD THE NEWS. When Sally Knttis hn.fl n benn, She Celt so very nleneed nbout it, .She couldn't keep it to herself, Ami didn't want her friends to doubt it. .So oil' she flew to mJ State Directory (intirnur Lieiitciintil WAIT FOIt TIIB'ONLY (iitiiinr HeirrUr) iiIHIhIh Attorney lleiiinil u.ll tor J. V. Ilrmwi M.CAIford .... Ilixillr) L .W .1. lleinlni k .Norman He SI nra rjixsj i xvyvvx i Z3. tarn raa newa COMING THIS SEASON. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J". .Ed.'wlii IRo-wATTORNEY AT LAW, HAltTFORn, - - KENTUCKY. q 'Irm.iirir KiKl'I'rnr .anlttHie Viljultiiit !) in I". nr) Hale H. II J.llni ' 31 I'. Tlmm-iA Ad. tain. K Not a Day Sooner! Not a Day La tier! Heaver Dam, Ky., Wednesday, MAY 25. f On that day Only! Afternoon and Night! - CrlQnn, 6s (OitH JA. ). Ut INN. "Wedding;. J.. R. IDDIa. l,,r)( Supt. I'lihlir InMiiiillon I'ublie 1'iliilrr I'olkJi.linani COTTiTSTT WAIT JOHN For tho Timo tried Old Reliable." JM For tho Biggest aud Best Show, VI For tho 10 Big Shows Combined,-Fo- r tho Spectacle of King Solomon y T -- nr Aim mm--- m Jane Marandy'a (A dry old maid of many summers) For well gin? knew Unit June Marandy Told all the new news to all new Circuit 1'nutt roiitrnta tliu lib Monday In Mn) Jlldgv Oiimiiuiivrriillli'n Alturui) (jjgfll M 'A ..I.l'l.lllll I cos-jzre- . UuMinla.lonrr Judxe cm, cotroT'STr .V,J".' ;".' Iltlhlv.il k J ' "'"" " "' "W'VL' ROBINSON'S GREAT WORLDS EXPOSITION! Attorney rL Mierlll jailer luurlioiiene.llilt Q'W.A.nTIISSii'jr lit f ' r"i IliillruoU ' j -- ' ' I "Wwii .Minuli) hi . hi Ii month Ituwuii - conieru. Quoth she to Jane: "O don't you know, I'm courted now by Jurie Hile? And don't say word about it, Now mind. Not for your very life." 11 Will prnctliK tliflr prof.mlonliillthf coiru o Ohio nml uiljnlnlnx countlm, nml court of Appeal. Spreul mirnlion xivcn In criminal practice and ollfcllon". v2nidj HARTFORD, KY. f , oi f r Anileriinii'f IlaMnr.) 3"a,3aaes A.. Smith., HARTFORD, Attorney at Law, KY. Will prictloc li' profi'lon In Ohio an. I a.ljnln. liiKCOuntica, anil tlie court of App.nl.. p.o a MtvntloH kIvcd to collection.. Office nortli m.le public nquaro. tJ 7I lr 'Twas not a week before 'twas known In every place that June had haunt- the Vcl Mon.li) I'ouil content April, July mid Ik toUr. CSVBS. t' In January, laiiu.r). Court beiilui tin' Claims. Csutt of MoihIm In ll r an. I H'lVAiKiET KairtI nii fen... iffiilM W Wrltit.: f,iU'K' I ',&,, YT&M'riiVJ&K'WitilBmm ed, That Sally Itatus had n beau; And t tint uus just what Sally wanted. Savaimalt E. D. OUFFV. II. . KINGO. Xoa. hi Id In Mil nh, June, Si .ti .nU r Ju.tic r'.-ur- t .ml liooml r, n. .rilili"ii.loiiiilliHiiiiii.". Attorneys at Law. Will practice in all com I. of Ohio .ui.tH.l.oinnii runnliea, ami in Sunrior Court nlirl Court of Ap. I rajfu. Colectlon. anil all legal liu.lnei atl.ncl4 TOWN TATT&ER.; "Did you ever see a plauk walk?" "No, but I have seen people walking in the middle of the street in order to Itiri.il. li '. '. ij MiKlmll.),ll)UllllH'. tt in) H. I -- . ( it liirmr, , 4,1, I. I uki.tii i r. II, l Kiiimii, H, I'. II. Wllmli, n ii.tiihlr 'I.li. I K.I In- - .Mill, r, I, I. 1. i w ( Inliili In, .1, -- , (j rujiHMi'ii'iiiUi'. II., Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, k:-3- t, , - I', 1 II (ll ! II. mi. inllMi.lir, II,).,T, t.ii, ' I irfihLi wLA-JKaiII II c t wkAa LMo-i'r&- i iTr w . ' -- II 1, I l)l..l ...l.-l- il I. l.n.ru.T. i ( I, HimUiii.I, (HO U lll.UH I lllllllttll U M lllk. laiill, II. II, II, III, II, -', m8Xum v Ki&crQzziKJ'j v.fj-Tf-iiAVK tit j A . -- Kaa i Ttt i it.", ' n wwjNmmzmiimgM Avr ,3.i'.ri5-w..;'v-'- i .J. W .. . jr .'RnktttVtMS in i. iti it" - 4am "i shun some miserable, hud places in tho walk." Very frequently conver sations of this kind can be heard in our town; and why can t we have better walks?. caught in a on .iixllm, . gale Ot "old maids. It IS supposed that this was inaugurated to get rid of the bashful joungmen.and to give the younger girls n "chance" in life. Other towns iu Kentucky might profit by tie same experience. We have bashful young men in Hart- ha-- i ca.:ri,:fo:r:d, JR. TZ. "Wedding-- Anil). II, l'..'i,li. ll I km, l", ; '. I' Shll.l ii.h.l,.M. Attorney at Law, (Office In Crdcr Building.) W"' I'rnctlce Ma prorcssliin In all (lie eonrta of '1 'ljiInin countiea. AIn ftntary J,1'1" c Unti J , ' Owensboro been tidal uniP. nml l.cm Uil I'nlUc I iiurl. l)l"' Ilinlil IIi.llll.K l'r?. lu ii ttiplml .uull.- ItllHallftl. -,N I I Mil lull, lu.lX' . " I' I..nikl. It Il.ktn.ill. II.IIIpIi Hll jI l'..l.llll niHrlihl. I (' I'. 1. 1" I, I'll..'., J I. litli.l"U M.U", Jn I. IMT. Xj. KCea-rrrlia.- , -- V ItmUii", juilni-- , I' lliiiu, fJrm (mil ll?;f I Kllkl, Hi l.l, I! Crtmilir, juUi, ' Oll.rp t iiltlllj inirirn. P'Imh.I "ii C .ir)i.r Ait.t.l tt.h i I .. rif I. i..i ni IfAll.t.l 1'iitri.l . J... J II llr.llti r liARi W ll . ' IMPOSING SRXNDBAI1ET ?RSWTAT?Q'H, BEFORE QUEEN-SKEB-- -I .1. fiJSB.! I, ford A man with reputation, character and standing will not flaunt his honor before the world. His name needs no defense. His deeds stand out boldly, monuments to the coricclue-- s of his life. A thorough integrity will not solemnly asseverate its purity, when there has been no breath of suspicion. An individual who doubts his own honesty of purpose is the first to bolster up his weakness before any charge is made. A defense, without u previous attack, can only be regard-ia confession that tliere exists the iieceMity of such a ihing. d wl" practice hi. prof, in nil ii, conn, of Ohio and niljolninif tountle., nml In tho Court of Appeala. 8pec,lnl attention idtm tnct.llcrtion. Office, oier Wllli,i;n, lie II A Co'n .lrui.tc,ie. Hartford. Ev, fS i-1. A'lTORNEY AT LAW, msm M. V.. liurrli.Sinlli.-truii.Ijj ill. n. -- llili.l mi. SD10N10N ' lturtllSlll.l) Inniil l'itlf,l'Hlir. im Ilniillt.1 t hurrli.- - - rniw ' mv iili.il. Jut ami "mi. I' "l litn- li""l f ' t nnimiiii.1 UtiMiH k It. J "I lt iiiHii, -I'-.r ti'ik ttrj . il.Killt m lii.nl n. ninriiine lit v h I, '.'i. " " -- ! A . I. ..krll'MII II .l ,,J I 111 J IP- - '' P .C.yt 'O. I t. II Mi I in r) kuu M. i:. linrrli, (fil ,1.) iiiiimuii I nlulil "tUmUi li.M.l 111 u Itfr'.l Iin, V)r. I'A.tnr Alplut lliplNI. (.ni.) Nriiii. flrt mi. 'lIUllli pflintll llllliMllll.l.) IIWI llll. Kll" I UIKl.t alxu'.lmk. m Id 1 J J I Imiii'ij 1'i'ii.r Hali.ln) Hun In) iiinrniiig I'. urn hnrrli. Nru Iilli In Hell inmilli ! lln flr.t irn.l Imiiil m html Ml ' o't I'" k 10 fcrfI)n mil GREAT SHOWS ALL rOMWWj -- liN ONR Priplo Circus, Double 011r iVenagcrie, Hippodrome, es Spectacle! 10 1'. time or innni'V in any of the Finull, itiiiernnt, chail.ilnnic.il hnw-. tint perambulate the coiintiy. l'.iy no attention In ghtiiiig nd only deceit and fal-- e preteii'e. Csr'veriix.nifutH of tho iuall fulfil p. nny all.iir" now nilvcilied in jour miilt, !io e nle stock in tiade einlii-.ie- 'DENTIST, OFFICE OVER RED FROfJ Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. wali' TV AiT for the iSEST. (7 'rs in ' A Avoid Disappoinoment. itecyrii c I w L. ),hlT ' m. for the BIGGSST. Get your money's WORTH. Judge us b , ilo Past is i sure liuaraiitej or or.; future ciii Deeds not by words, ALL TUINUSCOMI': TO THUSL WHO WAIT.' aCvCTPfllSTf m:rwi:i:x LOUISVILLE and MEMPHIS, - i T JtuL JWSyvBKw ftiiHL1Meri 3!Er'- -. L rs Mk kJiii V . .JaTaTaTW PULLMAN BUFFET KUO.M Sleeping Cars, 10 i i.oi'isa n.i.i:,ni:M.iiN. nsr.rm; i,aiu nnji:,iiii.i m: oiii.i i r. rln JIrmililtt. AND Hartford has a great many gallant young men, but few are so gallant but what they will sit on the. street corners eveiy Suu.lny evening and allow the girls of town to go walkjug by themselves. Most any Sunday afternoon can sec a gieat galaxy of female beauty leisurely strolling out to the cemetery by themselves, when, on the streets, me crowds of young men, who are always nnxinu to call to sic ihe young 'adiessiwi talk to (him at their homes on Sunday night, but they never offer their services, when the young ladies would most appreciate their company. u Physician Formerly of field, offer. Ina Ura)son imj (Hio fir. A. J. SLATON, V. D., & Surgeon, Millwood, now located at LeiUb. urofeaoonal aerrioa to the people adjoining conatie.. Office in leaden property.) Sly SEGBE'P ORDERS. Cicero Maxwell Canjp, 111). IS, 0'ivwe.ut 9 Kentiu ky, meeiaat JitvlloJ,K).,ticJi.J8iiurJty each tnonth at 1 ?. n. C. M. JUiirTT, Captab;,. Iu Jai. It. Iloj Scrget. natit.it. Vni, Or, J&.. J. i.m IS. The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND I'KOM N N . Ynrk riillHi'elpliln lliilllinnrn HollillKta.il Norlolk tll.l I't.illt Itivln, 111111I null on vii'Miiiii Tuli' lo CliioKn J nilltt iiiii.lii CinoinriHti ut. .t: A true woman has tin natural gift inoic bewitching than a sweet laugh. It h like the bound of the flutes ou the water. It leads from her a clear, V No, J, Uipnrl)ililit oi Kentuvk) , luwla every Ihiid .SuUirdu) at I o'ejok" p. M.,ln Collrt-IIoinUililjflcld, y, j I'. 8. llain.a.Com. H. A.Miu.:ur,.dJ. Custom and Northonstorn Points lliit.ni ItmiKi mill l.niiUr.lu Momilii Vick.tmrK New Orlcnni Molnle l.illlu Itwek Hut SprltiK nnd pclliU In V.o.t Tuiini1- MiIipiI oo Texni ArkiiiiJiw I.ouiiiaim nml ll c milli line) souruwtoT. ox...) Brit'cliiiicoiiiHlliin, ami lriiiilPH lent rirriinguiiiciit In time nml tliruiiu;li l tliotllllU lllill lOliMlib'liiC A 'BATCH .curod by tlio l.iinlU-i- l Kxpn Train 1111 sparkling rill, ami the heart that hears it feels as if bathed in tho cool oxhiliuruting epring. Sometimes it comes to us iu c.tro or sorrow, or ic businefs, mid then we turn away tuij listen, and hear it riuging through the room like a silver bell. How much wo owe to that sweet irk-son- I'ar.roa Mimox I'o.t No. 4, Depa'tlneulof Km. lucky, lueeta every Saturday before tho aoeond Sunday at 10 o'cloek a. h, in thecourtdiou.eat Hartford, Ky. J. 0. CmxitaiiN, P. C. Tliolita is lliiirmiRlily in J hi tr OM.Y a hiqiit'i liine betwier l.ulillli nml Meuiilil, nriJ tliu lied nml iiii.kit ulluri'il. irricu between tlio two tltii'uvjr nilrriim. an.l all tl.lri'il Ticket., Tiine-Tiil.i- l. W- ' ' l"K ly lion Murrd laugh! Ittuinsthe prose into poetry, mid dm knew into light and causes us to throw all out cares nod sorrow aside and puts new life and hope within u. i Bam J.M.lllinor, AilJ. RSSBaf M WvrToNlC Car4. B Yin Anoint!, Cat Co., Cat, Fab. 18M. My bo j, IS year, old, was to affected by St. Vital Dtnoe that baooukl not go to oboolfor 8 yeara. Two bottlei ol Paitor Koanlf! N.rM Tonlo tutored hU bealtb, and b ll bow at. tending aehool again. ' MICHAEL St. Vitas Damee CENTRAL GROVE. May '2. Farmers uro busy planting coin. Some are done planting, and pome have not yet begun. Mrs. Mary Ilrown and Mrs. Florence Williams, of Central City, are biting fiieudi nml relatives here this week. Mibs Onm Howe, Centertown, is spending a few days with her cousin, Miss llellu Kowe. Uro. Ilrown filled his regular ap- ilI Asuntmtnrnrr llm,ur I.Ot!IHVII.I.K,HT. Louinills, W.HiProuU.Cen'l Pais. Act.iLcuinilh, Kr. I.O VIN A 1 V.X. II. II. & i .t, Lc.ii - Tesas ailway. MV. I, .Nn.il, Hail). IN KKHKCT ln. .No, M, WE81' I101I.NI. ,v, UulMllle Wont Tolnt llrnmlc nburg I'.iil). 7.15b. in. U a. in. 7.W oi 37 ll 1 ni. . lrvlnnton Weplien.port Clonrport llawctville Lewliport Oweixboro MpoltMllle Ar. Henderaon ". D.lla.m. 1" l " in n. l. lttu in. ii. 11.11 n. m, ' in. 1. ni. p. in. p. in. lVlay rVriie -- am! see "--- o.ioi Id in p m, W. ll.Tnii.m. 1(1 p in. !. lull 11.11 I', in. HA"' I' I". " '". No.M, Dmiy l'KOl'LK HO Iu the Spectacle. .MAliB AKTIHTS- oO No. 62, K3T HOUND. I.T. Ilenilcraon Hall). TilBn. in. 3, Hp. hi 3.17 p. in. 11. in. U n. m. I i" p m. 9 in n. in. 8 10 U.TIii.m. t. tup, in- I" "I ' o 7 p in. X ArtUti. pointment hero Sundaj'. May A. P. Thomas attended church here Sunday. Ho was ou the lookout for a singing school. L. T, Barnnrd sturted for Evans-vil- lc with about fiOO logs Sunday. .MILKS mil HKa'TIFUL LADIKS rfl TIIP.KK 100 no CAGi: MKXAGKKIK Prajer meeting every Sunday l.r.oo PROCESSION LONG. In the Grand llallet. (land Hoiuaii Hippodiomc. night at the ich'.ol house. 111) I'OlMt DION'S CIlteiTSKS IIU.MITV DII.MITV Paniomimi:! 15 01'KN MAMMOTH OF LiVINO Success'to tho l.Krum.it'AK. Ill) initio mid femaln AntNls. In tour Kings. WILD ANIMALS. Lko. SpeelacJt1 ti Kii'g Solumon r.::d the Ojm el' Flicha, Wait for and see t) y. iblv . A Very Bad KiHT Kkwhauiist, Md., March 8. 180L My daugbtar bad epilep.y ao aerere Uut it. or 7 flu trary 21 bonri. Immewould bare diately after oilng Paitor Koenig'i Marra Tonla the ipumi decreaied In number, and la lew than two weoki from taking the flnt dot tbey entirely oeaied. Before nalng toll medicine bar mind wai yery weak, bnt now ulod and memory are fully reatored, and ibe ll entirely cured ot the nti by the uae of toll great remedy. ANumiwa into, j. A Valuable llook em MenroeM aeni rree io anr aoureaa. uiaeM pati.uta can alM obtain and poor una HlojHin. ,iw v. wwi,n Thli remedrbaa been jprepared bythe lUwrend Mtor Koenlir. at fort Wene. Ind. ainee 11 end a FREE bow prepared under bla direction br the KOENIQ MID. CO., Ohloage, III. SoIdbrDrunrliUataipwrBotUe). 6ferNi XawcoUlM,M5. OBotUeaforSO. BORUQClITITT. SUTUDAUIf. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. apollnvllle Owe a.'oro Uwlnport HaweaTille CloMirport gtephenaport Irvington lltaniUal.urg Wont Point LoulMllle Ar. " '" H W n. iu. 7.u". p, in, Il.fln, ni. 7.11 p. In. ' l' I". Ii M I', in. I " I', in. to p. in. I'1 -- n .ln I'- - $3oo,ooo Fr Doors ojkMi Street Pageant! I'rnup, hooping CiiUhlinml (Iron. Iiltia iinlni" .llnli I) nlleiiHll.y Hlinoir. Cure, At 7W.irltt1n llro.'a Utun Store. n ViMIFME FOR 20 YEARS ? Train No. M and h". SI innUe lonnifllon at Irtinglnn (Hundny cxeeplil) wllli tiain. mi Lnuli.. tlllo, HarJinilmrir A .Wetlcrn II. II., en.t and wail boiinil. For furilier liirormnllou, uiiiirvm II. C, MORHIJB, 0q. Pa'r Ag't. Inlntille, Ky, 3 J Arraiyrcments have been made with all Poi'lbrmance one hour la(er. Itnilroads for cheap Excursions, Ask you;' station. :ients. 8ee pictorial and descriptive bills tor full details of this, the only W(i Show (loniin this year. Do nut .bract the dute. Be at the. depot am waleh ilie coming at 1 and 7 p. m. ,f ,; ' . ollheTllttEBB!(f,!,rt,UMS. 8dWMik.-Hi.Dt- t.. OCHH I out cured at home wiHw ptin. Hook of par--' WMKWU n.M.WOOI.Lk,V.M.U. At Beajyli' Dam, Ky., Wednesday, May 25. A circular has been issued by the Exposition authorities to all the railway nassenger associations of the United States uud individual roads, asking that a materially reduced rate be made by tho railroads on the occasion of the dedicatory ceremouies next October. It is believed that 500,000 visitors will be in Chicago from different parts ni the country. pilcklyruredl.y Nhllnh'a Cure. Mill 'V .. Hi )ne(lirtlu A Uro. mrirri sot.t Evr.nYWHEitB. uuiwo.titu) id. co it.ubh. Weakneaa. TO TIIK fcLOtDb Malaria. li- dlreeUon and IP It iaae ar.bxnp ikok care qu'.ctl;T. ueaiciBe lb i lenulne. rnris: n. rot iau - alldaaUn THAT IIAt'KINU t'OVUH U o We iniaranteo rim jr. BROW? IRO. BTTTKRS ALMAJTAO Contnlni Otu lluudre.! Hecipee for inajc-Iii- l' dellctoua Candy ilieaply and quickly awuy ut drug at liome. TliU book I. uud Kauorul alorea. (hn Ni Hartford Republican rutJUHiiKt) liVhiiv ntiuAY moiini.no. WASHINGTON NEWS. ' Jo n. nAnxtrrr,""" FRIDAY, MAY ex-C- ity no(ii:its. ) ,. .11. I..- " ' ' ' ' .. 13, 1802. collector of P. Backkh, Covington is short 831,000 in his accounts. Josi:rn W. FiKi'.it was nominated for Govenor of Illinois nt the Republican State Convention at Springfield, May the 5th. May 5, Sam Wickman, colored, rode into town with a double barrel shotgun, and surrendered himself to the Sheriff, saying he had killed James Ford, n white man near Middletown.a place to Wiekm.iii h.i I yon near by. Middlctown to buy a uiflin O child, and Ford N s.ii I to have provoked an cngngt'iiient. W'ickiuiii is industiious and lias tin; sympathy of the people. At Franklin, ICy., Younii man, if you have not chosen u trade or a profession already, choose Don't waste half your life i.i one. trying to decide what you will do for a living. Set about studying your abilities and your, inclinations. Call 'n judgment and common sense to tin help you and determin.1 to d which you wish to do, and that which you arc best fittel to d i. It U well 'o be deliberate in this matter, for on your decision depend i yo.ir sueee or failure, but you need not spend a quarter of u century in solving a i :.. .!.... i. ....i. ... i. ...i While you ure hesita- ... ting, your mote decisive conipauion his life work, and is has embarked in winning the success that you covet. Remember that you fail because you fail to try, and not that fate is against you. Carry with you a strong arm, h level head and a clean heart, and success is yours. few mouths. 1 ! THE CONTEST. The oratorical contest by the students of the College, Monday night, May i'JOiIi, promises to be the nioit interesting affair of the kind ever held in this part of the State. The young people who will appear a con- tcstuutsnie poseed of talents of a very high order, and they have been laboring for weeks, soiiij of tliuui for iuouths,on their productions. Vaii-- j ous circumstances will render the eo i intore-ithe value of test of iiuu-uof prices, the fact that it is t'le (i the kind ever huld here, the lemor of winning when so m my of s;ie!i ability meet in intelleetiul e mil Jl and the kuovv!ed"e that ue'i men a Judge Charles Fives, of (Sicenville; al -t Judge Jo'in boro; ami 1). .Wilis in, ol ().ven Hon. Je; C. .Iihtism, of Calhoon, are to iL'ei le who is ino't dcscrviog arc some of the p'Hiits that make the event one worthy of more than any mere passing notice. These incentives are great an I they will only heighten and intensify the fiiendly rivalry kindled by the ambition ol vigorous youth. May H. Scuator Allison is always on the alert to do something for the benefit of old soldiers, and he certainly did a good thing for n good many nf them when he had the Senate bill to convcv .'1.200 acres of the Fort Hayes Military Reservation to the State of Kansas, for homes for old soldiers and their families, and to open the rest of the reservation to homestead settlement, changed so as to convey the whole reservation to that Slate for homes for old soldiers, before it was passed by the Senate. Chinese Hill The Compromise which was ngrced upon by the House and Senate Conference Committee got through all right although 15 Senators voted against it, and li8 It exRepresentatives did likewise. tends the present law for ten years and provides for the registration of all Chinese now in tins country for one year's imprisonment and deportment to China of every person detected violating it and makes it illegal to release Chinese on bail pending decisions on writs of habeas corpus. Whenever the llou-- e does a good hiiig, some Democrat is sure to spoil ihe client. For instance the House under suspension nf the rules passed a bill allowing the two ocean steamships, City of New York and City of I'arithc privileges of Amciican registry, provided their owners should build two more steamers of equal tonnage mid speed before they became Wednesentitled to these privilege. Snodgrass, of day Representative '!' niiessec, riling to a question of privilege,submitted a resolution getd ting forth that the House had the bill without understanding it, and asking the Senate to return the bill to reconsideration. the ITi.n. for Speiker Crisp, tr his credit bo it said, refused to receive the icsolutior. and his ears for Mr. Snodgrass exposed nothing. I'ostnwtcr-Cienera- l WanumaKer's report on the experimental free mail small towiu, delivery in forty-si- x which was authorized by the last Con- submitted to Congre- -. g,- ,-, It show, the experiment to have been a decided success and that in nearly receipts were every town the po-tiucicn-cto an amount equaling the cot of the free delivery. Notwithstanding this favorable report the House has shown by its wholesale reduction-, in the Post Ollice nppmpria-atiiibill that if it could have its wav, which fortunately for the conn-li- y it cannot, there would be no fur iher extension of the free delivery or of the postal any other branch service. A change has come over the Spirit of Mr. Holmau. Not Inn" Mini he iinnouiifi'il lii inti'iilion to have Congics adjourn by June 1. Now, after he has been several tunes knocked down and jumped upon by the party in the House, he makes a pa-scha-be- en al u THE ONLY BUILDING NOT LOAN ASSOCIATION COMBINED WITH DIME SAVINGS BANK i IS EAHN'2 TRADE PALACE! Conic to us, and the stock wo give you for your money is the best you can buy. Wo charge no foes and. are satisfied with a small per centage. People who have invested their money with us, all snv that our divident is the highest ever boon declared the host goods for little money. If you want to save a dime on 25 cents, 20 cents on 50, 30 cents on 75, 40 cents on a dollar, and SO tOl'tll, tllGll neighbors (1(). We keep the largcst,the best and the prettiest line of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, HATS and SHOES COlllO tO US IjlvO till VOUT aiicl gUlll'miteC OVCl'V lUCldc's- - WOl'tll WO Soil r : to 1)0 tllO l)OSt! " Why IS H- - that I .... .... Mil glVlllg VOU tllO loWCSt Dl'icOS? Uest Calicoes Hest Bleached Cotton Best 4- -4 Hsavy Citton Best Ticking.... Best Red Table doth Best all Linen Towels Best Dress Goods Best Pins Best Needles 4-- 4 pay casn and soil tor cash only .... . It IS l)OOMllSol .(Je 12Ac Suspend buy Man's Suspenilt r Man's Suspender Man's Suspender .wins .Niipcmlcr M !ll u iiidcr , vour Suspenders .ic ...;:..:."...: 'stuffing" .5e .:ioc IOC and "When this fftirlaihs vou will S36, I know you always think of me." White Goods bought at one-ha::::::!S of what they cost to manufacture. lf up to 01. (id '. .... Knocks the t'e and up 'c competition. ,1c A man's hat. A man's hat A . out of .ie 50c 75c Apron (imiiU White (foods White (SdhI VVhitc ,r)li li(; 7Je IU 0C J Condi. White (SoihIk While (SoimIs While (Soiids J,. Mothers, I know it does you good to see your children well dressed. (',i(l'K Suit, i to 81.00 n ard man's hat. li.-i- . im.iiKEX burrs, auk ; to 1 1, A A A A A A A I Child's Child s Child's Child's Child's Child's .Child's SiT- Suit Suit .SI 00 l.'J5 . i.e.:; A man's hat A man's l.at.. A man's t A man's tint . . A man's hat SI. 0.1 1 1 1 55 05 S.Sl. 1 or go barefooted. Ladies haiii l.adii-.- s 1 1 Tli is is what you must have lliiu (ime ok; Suit. Suit.. Suit Suit Suit . . . l.ys .'.!: man's A man's A man's A man's A 2 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... , , t '; lo'e hat hat hat. hat . . ' ii:i :; 07 4 5 I 5.00 I.adiis Hoe l.iulir llo-- o L.dier Hun: .$ .I.'je 17i li. tlm Fl.imiii'iTitin I!"piesentatives to keep a (pioruiu in the House, in older th'it adjouni- -! ment may be reached by July 15. ni.iin.il iiiliiitiw A ( III III 8 Oil It s.j:i . . What Protection Is Like. Km luiiij:i'. boo';: Protection is like a once in your hands you hold en to it. Protection is to working iiiimi what flowers are to b;es; it enables them to store aw.iy the fruit of their labor for future emery.. icic, Protection is to I ill r w!i it a sol id abutment i to abridj,' ; a safe and sure found'itioii on which to rest. Protection is as ucre.saary tt ihe growth, devolopm ut and elevation of labor, as the sunlight is to ihe flowers. Protection is no respecter of por-hoit even i.li i.ds iis ldistinns to Democrats. Protection is like a kiny; itennfors dignities; it dignifies labor. Protection is like a mother: it ivos nourishment to industries. Protection is like miii warmth; it cheers, and yhiddous tins poir. Protection is like a valuable jewel: it in jour possession once you do not like to pirt with it. ns; you-hav- iol Graad Army Survivors. lieneral Horace Porte.', President 'of the Grant .Monument association, bavinir upproved of the su'i;estioii of John Palmer, Coiumuudor- of the C!. A. 1!., that a repository be provided in the uiouumeiit, in which can be placed the milojr,iilis, bound .iu yoluines, of the sun i iu' meiiil e.s of the Ci. A. I. with the names of the military or naval ori,Muia-tin- u iu which each served, whidi would be accessible to all visitors. Couiinander-iu-chi- ef Palmer has issued an order, in whic'i ho says: ".I cordially recommend that wo accept the offer of the (I rant monument association and that every soldier and sailor place his name upon the roll, r.et each comrade who enters his name contribute thu sum of and After deducting from llio, amount rcroivcl from this source the cost of iudoiur and bindinir of the collec- n n tidu, the remainder will I o devoted to the completion of the tomb. 1 Ii:'iuuui.i The Senate will have to be depended upon to save the Bepresentatives of the United States abroad from the Humiliation which the Democratic majority of the House would put up on them by the nburd leductiou of salaries made in the Consular and Diplomatic appropriation bill, which patd the House early this week. It is not fur a moment to be belie.ved that the Senate will consent to having the Tinted States, which is just beginning to reach out for an extendi vo foreign trade, made lidiciilous abroad for no better leasou than the savin;: of a few tlioiisands of dollars. Iutead of being decreaed the salaries of many of our Consuls ought to he increased, as it is well known that Ueprcsentatives of private business houses in Foreign countries often receive larger salaiies than our consuls, consequently the private establishment often commands the services of an abler man than ids (iovcrnnient gels for its consul, and the (iovcrnnient loses accordingly, if not in actual money in the estimation of the residents of that place. There is so much Democratic kicking against the bill to place lumber on t tie tree IK that it is (loulitlul whether the Ways and Means Committee will report the hill. Secretary Noble has put the Demo crats on the Penion investigating Committee on their ears because he declined to furnish all the papers iu In ollice relating to the dismissal of special pension examiners. It was a sort nf a drag -- net icijuctt niailo in nope of finding something in the papers that could be twisted into political capital for the Democratic party. The discussion of Presidential politics is growing very warm here, but there is really nothing new that is not speculation of the vaguet sort, stuff that is set afloat one hour only to lie denied the next. . Secretary Klkins went to West Virginia this week, and there is reason to believe that his visit was for the purpose of settling the ipicslion of his becoming a candidate for (Soy-euo- r of that State. Edgings 10c Edgings 124c Edjjings ,15e hdgmgs, the finest and cheapest ever tiiown in uino county. WI at the Trade Palace. lime .Silk Lisle U5c .. Ohio county, has see your sons in fine clothing for Lndirf Iliic (not m yet, ton early) .. ..All Silk 05c boon a county, have Goods boon one-h- alf the price you have boon sold at such a bargain as at this paying-Unmans and Fine Shoes, the best A Youth suit 5,7, time. A l oil tli suit .oo goods for little money. A Youth suit .'.50 'I he time has come, that Ladies A Youth soil :: oo A Pair man's llmgan I.IC suit 4 00 A Pair man's illle want White Goods, Edgings and A Youth suit A Youth A Pair nifiu'i Hropmi .5 1. '.'5 ami up to. l'J 50 A Pair uinnV Imp an . 1.50 Laces for trininiings,so come to the A S'nir man's fine Shoes . 1.00 A Pair mail's line Shoes store and get prices of such as you 1.50 JEANS PANTS from 75c to A Pair man's line Shoes 00 want. A Pair man's Shoei 1.50 SI. 50 at Kahn's, the only house you Edging and up to 4c 5.00 Edgings 4Ac can got them at your own Price. Edgings Me tf() to' 52, always on Edgings liie Sizes from Look at i(! Good for anyone Edgings ..'..".'.-'.- '. '.."..".'. '.'."..'.'..'.".' .".'.".'8,e hand. Edgings who comes to fvAiix's. i ever since 4.00 Af others Jt will do you good to LiIips I.idus LidiiHo.p Hie Hintf jt; Jo l"e . . . Ilro-rn- . . . 5.(111 . . I . 1 e , . What , is imillEt (ill nicer than a stylish nair U THE WORLD'S BEATER man's man's man's man's man's A man's A A A A A A A A A A goes to see his sweetheart? VOlIllir IlnUl W11C11 JIO ! suit suit suit suit .8 :: 25 4.00 5.110 0.00 7 00 stock of 1505 pants. A pair of punls A A Gome! to the Trade Palace and it will fur-- . nisn you a pair out oi tiie immense pair pair pair pair pair pair pair pair pair of ft 75 75 C7 j a 2 a "j s tr. S 2 s vr- - r. 1 re p 2. occoccocco 3i?7J7!715 5 5 5 5 ' 5.' " o TV " V. 7P ' ' suit suit suit suit suit suit rv MM U.O,) limit's suit man's man's man's loan's A man's suit 10.00 15.00 18.00 ) it i A A A A A of of of of of pants pants pants pants pants $1.00 1.50 ....... ; ( 2.00 2 50 rants .TOO .'1.24 x Si . 3 r- - 5 p pj 2i of pants of pants 3.7H SPKCIAI.:-Evo- lUtolli. suit uaimnUdns lepri tenlid. Sics A A of pants and up to 4.08 5.00 (5.00 sr w i n .. i 3 : ' . . t C t s7v9CVf(SAn 8.00 TO OUR FRIENDS, THE FARMERS: Rring your Wool, Hides, Furs, Feathers, Ginseng and Cees-wa- x to us. We can afford to pay you higher prices than any other house, for the simple reason that we made contracts with the largest mills in the United States and do not havt to sell fiur wool to agents. N W. T. McKENNEY, ZE2espect-ULll3r- , BEAVER DAM, KY. Who wish to purchase first'diiss com mid fertilizer Drills and theDcer-ni- g nil be in his ollice from the first Mowing Machine and Hay-uixto the 15tl of each mouth. Of- Hie licst on market, can no no net ll work giiaran- ficn oyer Hank. P. V.Yi:m:ii, ter than call on, teed. Prices reasonable. Iliirtfoid, I .v. e To tho Farmers m DENTISTS :.mf.KmL.H:v, & i JELM. el MTLd lie-lo- Q mnl "" Sinie I tie pcniug ofthe Spiinjj Sonson, mid ly since (lie opining ul t lit' wont truilc, hud pecial nlmiit cleaned advanre. DAYS at such prices as BEAVER DAM never kneu We mean what we fay, and all we auk is that ymi vi-- it M it they are to go within the next 20 days. with just the STYLE now out. SUMMER HATS. wtll to call Dress The,e have been selected Allow us to call attention to our New l.'ues of Call ninny lines tage (if tlu SI. no round-trius Mil ill" fc'imd-i- , hi mil linger look Wo are us ' and p excursion Snliudny u last, mid to clock t' c case. Went for more New (looik have in mid iih now prepiued talking. eel! certainly convince ymi that s..u!i is We mean for GOODS ami PRICES lo do our We have no 10 MI) IKS, we Inn li debt, wo we will 1 -- reference to the immediate trade, and everybody will do FURNITURE, CARPETS wo and SADDLEKY which at once, nnd have tin litest STYLES niot Stylish Trimmings. Hosiery, Hat", , have made a special feature of our business. wo to select from, with the and sec these, for Hats, pledge bargains in these line'. and CORN and etiaight announce tluit l wo NEW and Complete low. rtiaigh', and leave the "HOODOOING" .or others. an elegant line ul' DRESS linc!t, good, Trimmings, Handkerchief's, Mioses Again, we want your WOOL, FEATHERS, EGGS, Midi lii.es us wo lind These lire picked panic. priees,fur The new lines enihriico up at ROCK BOTTOM price, in fitet at the to say hnl(ni!i.i GOODS of eviry vniicty fioni the cheaped to he the l.itct tiling out for ihuSUM.UEU Don't l'oiet ihcscnic f.esli fioni Gloves, Neckwear, Jewelry, Child's IIul, Child's Sailors, &a Goods, GINSENG, CHICKENS, MEAT, LAUD nt highest market prices. prices is &e Clothing, Straw you forget Honest dealing are dead anxioii" now to 'ell, and uc beg intend to run them out in the next 20 l'R.'.!E the m ..i Fine Shoe", Neckwear, Shirts, Collar', A'c. These our motto. tint we .lecturer aie NEW, STYLISH and CIIEaP, and don't HOC KER AMD C O. Beaver Bam, Ky. K$ C? TS corbie to s:eei tjs. IE2epsctf'a.ll37-- , JA M &C0. first-cla- ss MANKIND. she? One of the numerous udvcniu idiot-Gradu- 1' KINDERHOOK. , llaring opened up theij iruul. (I slock of Dry Goods, .XJinns Shoes, Hals, are, prepared lo furnish the $:., yv., we er-crylh- ing ' with ' May 9. Corn planting 13 the or Cpes, who has married the semi students and other stu- - ieson ofn rich man, who is a dhgrace der of the day. T. L. Bainl went to Cancyville lust dents purHiiug special lines of inve- s- to his people. And yet, k well docs ligation in any field in Lelaiid Stan- - he love the hand that heats him, so Sunday and returned .Monday. Mrs. J. K. Smith, Centertown, was ford, Jr., Univereitv, are allowed like a wretched enr i he that he wi Iree access to the great Sutro Library turn and kh-- it after he has fell its in Kindeihook Sunday. Misses Cheet Graham and Mutlie hlows. The best bis people can do in San KraiiM-cThe library, foundLuce, Hartford, visiitcd Mi's (ter-trud- c ed by Mr. Adolplms Sntro, contains for him is to allow him plenty ot mon Mills Sunday. now about U00.000 voliimes elected ey, and to let her take care of him IF ott get very cloc, you Mrs. Theresa Mitchell has returned with cjpeci.il leference to the need of audit. will fee that the blonde hair gained to Beda after several weeks visit to investigatng its shade fioni a bottle of peroxide of friends in Kindeihook. It has always been generally be-- 1 .1. L. Burnett and Master Walter hydrogen; a little closer and you will lieved that snow keep; the ground rlupfirnr flint fli.t Hint n,nl ulufnfkf Smith, Owcnsboro, spent Saturd ly wnrui, but no verv aceuratc lata on the skin can he boticht . '.. in s!ioih. and night here among triends. the subject has hitherto been in illCol. C. M.B.iruelt,Owenl)oro,visit-eas you walk away, feeling a little pes-- i (inning, accordingly, it N interesting his family nt Beda Saturday and tiniitie, you will say, "All is not to learn from observations niadc res o. d I T. J. MORTON " - 'JuHFHsyVaHBBVal HHliHHIKI Has the most complete line of aarson need of & Co. cently al that at n depth of fourteen inches of the soil, when covered with two feet of snow, wa ten degrees warmer than at the -- gold that glitters." Pun in Politics. .Nitlninl IlitlUlln.j Sunday. Birckb Tichetiorhns bought 44neres of land from Uncle Nuthaii Bennett, gfew and ashioaablo FiirnituFe J urf'aee. hi! V GOODS you run do no gire ns a call, and you eon albrler than ways get Jul! nil ue of your money. The British Treasury again rejoices Last year it was about 83,000,000. This jcar is a little better, amounting to S.'MIOO.OOO. The largest sou ice of British revenue last year wiw tobacco, the tax on which produced SoO.OOO.OOO. in a small surplus. Carson d$s Co. Wen re always "chock" lull oj Hie renj hilesl and neicesl Ootids, and sell them al pricrs t.'rtl ast.i.is't all irho risil as The Pope, who is a great biblio phile, Ikh latelv bought from the IJorghee family a curious and valuable collection of manuscripts originally the properM of one of the Avignon Pontiffs. It's caid that the Atnis, which especially led to their puicliase by Leo XHIwere D.tnte'sDivincCom- written out at full length by au Monania himself and Peliarehs Breviary. I!o-m- Cai?osa & Co. Koom.s, lights and service nt the rate of thirty cents a day, will lx) provided during tho World's Eair, by tho Woman's Donnitoiy Association who ol the Columbian Evpn.-itiohave secured a site for the prospect-i- o pavilion within three squares of north entrance to the grounds. The donnitery stock, in shares of ten dol'ars, will be accepted, at their face value for there accommodations. n, els Circuit ('our' will soon he, on hand, we, extend a hcui l'j welcome to jurymen and all who inuij ullenil court lo Jire its u cull, and we will lake special pains in showing you through cur slock. Calf and be con- duced. CARSON & CO. Thomas A. Edion, has takcri out more patents than havo been given to any other inventor in the United States, and probably in the world. He N ci edited at the Patent Bureau in Washington with inoie than (100 invent-on, inoitly in electrical appliances, and during one week eight set of It Iter patents were iucd in his It i said that so great is the inline. proportion of patents taken out in Connecticut that one citi.en out ol every seven bundled is an inventor. ruin is manufactured exclusively in Dominica, from thediied leaves of piments acris. It is proand thn i.i a cured by simple manner. Tho leaves are pickIn i.ii ed from the trees and dried. statu they aie then placed in a io tort, which is li led with note1, and the process of distillation is set in motion. The vnpor is condensed in thu usual way and forms wlcit is known a very small iuanity id ns "bay-oil,- " wheh is required for a puncheon of ram. Its manufactuie is uy luci.i-tivns the plants are very plentiful and glow exclusively in that district. Bay cause. We are glad to state that our friend, A TAX IS A TAX. H. B. Lowe, is slowly improving. Democrat: "The tariff is n tax." happened to n Little Edna Fo.-tcRepublican: "Of coiusc it is."' very painful accident last Sunday by Democrat (surprised): "I thought falling nut ofa chair and bruising one you fellows say it isn't." of her limbs,ulthough tho p.iiu is very Republican: "Oh, no; wo don't." bad, we hope the little one will soon Democrat: "But I say you do. You recover. Dr. L. T. Cox wns called are always arguing that it is no tax.' and quick'y dresed the wound. Republican: "That's where you arc Gi:Assnopi'i:it. off. It is a tax, but n tax on the efforts of every man in your paityto T i:mni(Q. show wherein it is not the salvation of Hero Is mi Instaneo tho difference Aniercan indu-trand you have nev- between tho publicly of nnd privately exer been able to pay the tax yet. Sec?" pressed opinion of writers. Some inontlit ago a certain young newspaper what m: was lookinc; rcit. woman in n western He had got on the sleeper late the view n prominent city went to Interwoman. The report night before and about eight o'clock of the Interview, which appeared in the thu next morning the porter foil ml paper, contained n passage something him wandering up and down tho car. like this: "Women Instinctively love Mr. lilnnk. Her "Do wash room' out dat away, manner, her ready sweet irraciousness of sympathy, hor good sah," explained the African, pointing fellowship draw them to her. She Is, to tho other end of the car. above all things sympathetic nnd hos"Wash-loonot'iin'" giowled the pitable. In her prevnee tlio writer how potent Istbeeharihslieexer-'ises.- " pisscngci; "I'lii lookin' ler the bar-- ro The effusion was accompanied You must think I'm a Repubby a note to tho editor. It read: "1 lican." shall not bo ublo to write another line this week. I fear I caught 11 fatal cold on Mrs. W.ink's front doorstep. The old e.it wouldn't let me in." New York Statement of the Condition He got the S2..r)0. r, y, ,(iii. ,.111 ;it.(.ii ijuiiiiiii ,ui.ifii, 1M was election time and the heelers had found a tramp whom they make it his future home Rev. J. 11, McAfee preached nil elproposed to vote their wny, but the egant fccrmoo nt Alexander last Suntramp was not to be fooled. He took for bis text "How much do I get for it?" He day evening. the 5th verse ofthe COth Pslanis, asked. which was well discussed by the young "How much do you want?" "Well, if it's the Bepublican ticket minister. And after listening to the I'm to vote, I want a dollnr.but if it's sermon we then had the pleasure of the Democrat ticket I've got to have hearing Mr. Milbgan give an excellent talk on Sunday School matters. two fifty, or no vote." Words of praise are unnecessary, 'Como ofH" "What do you make farther than to say that he bilked in difference for?" "Per the wear and tear of my feel- his own peculiar and beautiful style, ings, of course. What do you take impressing saint and sinner alike of his earnest consecration to the great me fer, anyhow?" That wns ever brought to Hartford. f You only have to see It his Line of Goods to be pleased. mmtt mi Mkmkt the most complete line of Groceries, Meats, Lards, Hardware, Tinware, Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, and, in fact everything kept in a, first-class I also handle Grocery Store, aroal-ways 2JLy Ooc:d.3 Best to be found anywhere. Coal drinks nnd Frasli and tlie vary refreshments of all kinds constantly on hand. are requested to call and be convinced of the above facts. Respectfully, You T. J. MORTON". li ..i qBHf i U Mill! i mrnnn iU U L U or tiii: World. ;.riUhm, Prim, J mi. II. llAKkFn, c'anlifrr III,- - i'Iukp 10, IMIU, mnl Siiliiulltfil In the MiirlilKiliIrr'. JIpoIIiih; .tin r-- il HiTliNIUIIU .tin lliislni'HM. III, IHllB. til Of tho Condition of tho Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK S. o 3.')i),.10!).82 Bills discounted IJ.OOO.OO Real i state At tho Close of Business Fuinituii and lWtuicH.... 1,000.00 April 23, 1892. 1,341.07 Bonis 74:1.04 Debts in mil ' RESOURCES. 303.59 Expense 5,520.97 Notes nnd Bills Uinh in safe $50,288.01 Ciwli 111 olhei hanks .18,002.32 Real Estate Ji.OOO.OO 1 $110,037.91 Furniture nnd Fixtures.. l.fiOO.OO For Cataloguo and Frioos, writo tho Manufacturers, Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. ; A Woman and Hor Fool llili.in l.cviniiliin LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits.' Due other Banks Dividends unpaid Profit and loss ri. IC. $30,000.00 7.r),5.r)3.0j .r)92.97 Expenses Puid Cash 011 Ilium mid in other '28,(140.01 Banks ?3 LOVELL No. , Solid Tires, . No. 2, Cvskion Ho. 3, Ladies' C35.00 Tires, Solid Tires, VDttiUU DQAQTjOWD OYOLCO I!a. 3 G, Ladlos' Cushion Tiros, strictly HIGH GRADE. $05.03 OUR Cushion Tires JLt f (105.00 Ko.4, Cjnv:rLib3 Solid Tires, No. 4,0, $35.00 ' UU.'WUH T!.. IIIJS, $05.00 l.iilii, Every day theio is a carriage driven up to the Park, in which sits a beautiful woman. Her gowns arc drennis of delight to the women who look nt hei; her hair seems like spun gold; her c)es are clear bluo and her skin is pink and white, as if two kinds of roses wcic quarreling ns to which By her sido should reign supreme. is u delicate-looki- ng Wanted 10,000 884,027.59 40.37 4.00 LIABILITIES. 4,440.49 Capital Stock 825,000.00 802.31 Reserve $110,037.91 Surplus 2.250.00 Cox, Vkksidk.nt. Interest nnd Exchange.... 1,400.40 54,154.55 Deposit Account :100.33 Due other Banks 884,027.59 Iu submitting tlita we beg tostnto that our business has steadily grown each month since our opening, nnd by tho most careful, watchfulness nnd a strict observance ofthe principles of the most conservative Banking, wo hnpo not only to extend our acquaint mice, but to prove ourselves worthy tho confidonce that is being bo liberally reposed iu us. Wo uro hero tn accommodate the people, ench nnd every business, courtesy shall be extended to them, but irr no caso shnll safety bo sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John H.Baiinks, Cnshier. Having boufrbt tho Livery Business of E. W. Taylor, I wish to inform tho public thut I will do a general Livery, Sale and Feed business at the old stand, and also keep on hand BUGGIES, WAGONS and CARTS of tho latest and most upproved make. 33J"Don't forgot that the Hiirtford Transfer is still to tho front in behalf of thodrummeraiid traveling public. Ploaso givo 1110 a call THREE TRIPS DAILY. L, FIELD , Proprietor. Horses, buggios and wagons for sale or hire at all times. Speoia attention given to all stook entrusted to my oare. Yours Very Respeotfttlly, r.n.. man on whoso No bottor Warranted ALL 1'AllTS machlno mado at any prlco. Interchange' abe, WJhWa""0'HaWl i -- BIcycloC:'.::i;iioFr2a. ipoo.uu SnJ tti , -v- .-' ' ;.,- maco. t Vi,t JOHN rnti U ftampi for J?. LOVKLT-- j MANUFACTURER", car IWfi,-eri:tr- t,l co:ton, iT VXlBIfJ $85.00 "' ti i' ' CO., '. fil:lo- -i ,''" face is the expression of idiocy. How it nil glitters! Is it gold? If you could tako of that woman's glove you would sec a hand of such strength control that it could either ii pair of horses or beat llieni until they were frightened; nod if you looked closely into tho blue eye, and i notice tho strength of thu jaw, you , would realuo that if it were necccs- n- ' ry she could IISO tho Whip oil the mail I pounds of Wool for which we will pny tho highest market price. Taylor & Co. Beaver Dam,Ky. . C L FIELD. Hartford., 2Cy. Stag 9&- - FROM BEDA TO OWENSBOKO.S beildoner. Allil SllC (IOCS, MlO IS Curolmllguiitloii, llllloiuiuu, l)pt'uU,Mul- rla,Nenrouiiivu. awl tlcnenil Ifebllliy. claiu rccommcml It. .UlUcdl' rM.ll II. Ueiiiilno MT BROWN'S IR0.V BITTERS butrademarkauJcruaKaruiltsviuiiHppcr. J. jj. BEWJVETT, Proprietor. Highest (SJlSIEf price paid for country produce. Good Passenger acoomnwdations.Same old price for rick and poor$l. 00 each way. Your patronage solic 19tf ited. wt"-i- xezsn s ECONOMY IS THE ROAD TO SSJCCESS 41 must be traveled by every mmk and woman w!h seeeds in life as a financier or gains enengb of tbis world's goods to sustain bimself and family. H fc- k- "1 lias far surpassed all other former ones it from sp and we attribute it to Cash System .of small profits and quick sales together with oui ' pluck and vim, acting upon a principle that must win and is winning-. mm TO PAY FOR p, C,V And Our motto is UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL more especially the man who does a credit business and heaps an extra PROFIT ON THE HOOD MAN THE 'MISFORTUNES OF OTHERS. ''- - -- ' CfiySome'ljfcat financier lm said: "The magnificent and marvelous records and careers of our Kternal Time. level-heade- Champions and Heroine.-- have had much to do in the kittled between fiioi.d-hi- Sharp They have shown the dill'erence between favor and sm.1 if you please, Clem Haul Cah."Ea ;c 2"Such "WE WILL OFFER YOU INDUCEMENTS "2TcnjL csLin-an-o- t 4 I'rinec Alberts, etc., etc. Mns Kangaroos slo:ccL to pass. in all styles MEN' down t tho -- - : another Lino of CHILDREN JERSEY SUITS has never been shown in our place. CLOTHING CHEAPEST IN VS in Sacks. Cutaways, S.pmro Cuts aud'ifl Seo them before liming. 'Tftt We stand at the head of tho list in Shoes for "i.OOdown to tho bottom, while wo noor fail to deao tho women in the cheapest up to tho most eo- -t in any toe r shape. DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS AND MILLINERY BEIOND ENUMERATION. come te see us whether you are kmfolks of ours or not we sometime go hewmd that limit in out trade. "tiia Tr A YIOJR nomination of the men who are to bear our Colors to victory in November. The public mind may be at i'UiiuBiiti) r.vi:r.Y i'iiiday mousing. times distuibed, Democratic croaker" may preach their theories and tliru-- t "l"1 ''r"l '""'" their abundance of guh befoie the ( .."Jl'HiVrr , '' '"" anddig- people but when the nity of the natiun are endangeied the FR1DYY M VY ' lStd country always looks to a Republican Mo-e- s to lead them out, and it will Don't fail to attend the Republican ever bo so. Let the young men come May '?). Convention, Monday, with tho-- c who have giown gray in Tin: recent municipal election in the service of the paity.for the contc-- t Indiana don't seem t" indicate that now pending i one of inoio than mi the people are going back on the Re- uual inipoitnace to the people of Ohio county. It - well, too, not to publican p.uty. Not much. delay in preparing for the great NaTin: Republican- - of 1'ieckeiuidge tional conflict, and to thi- - end a h county will hold their Convention oiganiatiou is absolutely essenSaturday, May ',', at Hardin-huitial. Republican', tuin out, rememnext week. The call will be bering that in unity there is strength. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. saran.as.'yrr &? x:v"rrr.T-rm-,-si COw L p summer among friends in the Mine ' In Memory Ot Miss Boi'tha in 's is.ted friends in Ohio that ime ot the members had mi far failed to come in contact with this Giaas counties. M. Gibsou. co.iutv Mi-- 1 Irine Xew-o.who ha spent ''Weep not forhei; in Spiiulime she II. C l'i is still ,.ry low at dreadful diea-e- . After the reading of pape.-- , ollicer- -' the winter in Clark-villlenu.. vi - it this dite, his sMiiptiiu.s ,iro en . , " inai ....... wncre no wng ,,, for the ensuing term wci" tliclcd, as ing friend- - and relative, will be' of the old are unfurled, follow-- : homo Preiui'iit, Dr. ,1. S. Smith; A in mhtTof our ui.intr l.idii'saud ,,ur lt.V(ll ,.u. Ahl, iki. Vice President, Dr. II. L. King; Rewliio will tier Irieml, .mi u isanKs niiig-euldew, iri'i.tli'iiiei. iitlouded el.nreh a' HopeLook- - radienlly down in the teal cording Sicreinrv, Dr IC. W. 1'nnl; spend a few month-- , hcie. well Sunday. , . . of tin- - wni'ld." i La-- t summer theoting men of our Secrelarv, Dr. K. 11. went Io ifrnkes honi .... I....I.... o:(J i.o(... ... .(ill, w .. ' .. ' , in ro A u li.uiw,, line tinuii; ii- town built ami Kept in good icpair a ,. ' '"'"'"- It is d that 4 nice lawn tennis couit, and nearly w. made and canied ii.i. tft ii nililiMif in lli.i in, IMUIIIII' shadow of death, bearing from our , ev,;r-tint Hartford be made the pi'imanciit nfternonii, when the weather v iindav .cLool, one who has been a ,, ., til.A!" l v. "i"' fi"c' ),tt.vi"S W1,s ",!"' '" r. . Mum is having his MllrUlll:,,,,K,,.ai .' iibright, faithful and intelligent co- he then ailjouilied, evel v 'cady the young lad.es under the ' ,,0"tu M"l "emher feeling that he had been , name of the O Id Maids Cluli, have wo.ker, both a, teacher and pupil. ',-,"moved to -, "" ree-nt- lv r secured the same ground- - and are Mv real kindi.e-- s ami winning wavdoubly for the time Kpeut. . . hei-e- lf to all who knew ' ,0"11, Dk. .1. putting it in condition tor plavmg, she endeared Smith, Dr. .1. D. .Mmldo i , . i wa'i m toivu i ," i i Dii. II. W. I'uiiii, tl.ttll1t and when once thee giouiul- -' a.e I I f til I iiII VI VtVtllil LUII.-vostirda. , iironer v nrenarcd. no hnrnd man. that indeed will be haid to fill. Mis. L. .1. Kinjr iM the ym-s- t of mil lovclv mid tiifnl .Suggiv either young or old, will be allowed11"' ""L " M. II. reined to hold Mich hersister in l.iw, Mrs. 'l"l" t0 C0I)tamill:l,e the virgin spt with- - "h After iooki.in thcBunqy Mar- lntl.owordsofer.tas,'lt.st,,oto be taken away ollt (ir,t heing invited by one of the j B,U'"S pwpect. ,ets nve!' VJ lavo purchas- I i:i;son says he's tued of telling Wat call a halt.'' Tho Doctors' Mooting. An Important Discovery. 'company Mis LaFavetto Lalleist e, lift'V early lustre had lime to the truth for the Demociatic paily, NjW 'J.IC Of BU(Ji)ieS anil Ho wa- - brought to Lmisvillo brings a feeling of hadnc.-- s Tho Morning Monitor, a DemoThe Ohio County Medical Society e'J ami Miss Ki- t- 8r(nv l1"' s Commander-in-chieThat'- - a mighty and no wonder. alone can .Saturday evening by Deputy Mar- - tie lluwincr. First Lieutenant. that eleinit) cratic published at Newspaper nu't at the Mapti-- 1 Church in Hart- - Sprjllil Wa'IOilfc wilicll WS Mil. unthankful job among the Demniics. Spiiuirfiphl, Illinois, Mut.fecli.ig that whalever U,U best, ford, Ky.. May 7, l!tt, will, a fair fid3lltly jiait tJ)ln)K trce y(l,ln;, nul1 wele s.iys; "A most shals Macon and Watts, of Illinois, leCC 3llim 3!li for their . . wnere no was iinmeaaiatoiy released, 'allPsteii for breaking open sealed we bow in silent Mibniission to His atttendanco and with tlm -in. In Lecd, 'England, u fue trade important and horetoforo in. discov' UUSA3.LM Y, ,1S L'o.nir on luc hond. r.,.PS ,, ered fact was establiehed tho tolector M'ott r tnkim from tlumi tub. o.' will, and extend to the family our ttie-- l mauifesled in the promotion of -, i Botilit city, population, v : q- - iiiisu isiuss, we ieio.ee our science. Ldll unit whi-kevidence adduced in a ca-- o which etc. Myers one of the men sincere synipatliy. while slid not one laboi crowns ab-eseo them. from AiJlJljVlLLii!i. We weie olea-e- d to note the me-- accused, was honorably nciuittul on with her, who though Ph., population, came up in tho United States comIn Philadelphia, ' 1M . . M,.v 1 .. eMHinuution. tlierc hour' no evu has entered a houe not made with euce of Dr. Win. Ilaiisfeid.of Cireeu - ' Will;,,.,,,- pi...,..,., """-""- '. ' hi-J rilW'l.'l.'n vv 1,000,000 mote than 1M),000 home-ar- c missioner's) court yesterday. This r. hau.N, eternal in the heaven-- '. the family of R. K- - .lencc again-- t him. He now ville. was tho fact that thoro is now in l.idge, piopo c- owned by working people. JJy Ili:it Sunday Sciiooi, Class. illian.s, of tin, place Sunday. linniediately after the body was, to give the Ji. St. ii. iV T. railioatl osistonco and aetio operation under """ is. L. Ashhy retuiued from Ivans This is the way Wutterson puts it: traditional methods a bona fido Re- called to order, we had the pleasure The Finely Bred Trotting Stallion trouble by bringing a suit for dam of enrolling tho names of Dr. Alex, "At I ceo if, we can only elect with publican party in tho state of K en- - villo last Sunday, where he hud gone ages. John C. Dooland, of Louis CENTERTOWN. the vote of Now York, w liieh the facto deliver the logs cut on Pond RivMay !). Alfouo Rowe, Chapman, McKinncy and Dr. Granville Turner. ville, has been here tho past week, Tbis will bo a irreut .shock tion- in the Empire State make hope-le--- i tueky. ' er. relatives here last week. Dr. II. L. King gave us a report gathering up evidence in his behalf. for any nomination identilied with tn many of our readers who have ' Misses Oiim Hoover m.d Florence A. J. Williams went to Evansville of his clinical experience in the use of Uo.sM Finn. enibioglio, either been iiid.iliriuir in the hallucination the Rowan went to Livennnre Friday. the fiirt of the week to pmclui-- c Doveis powders in chronic constipa, a- - a principal or an aeeeoty." that tho whole population of the i,ml Kr"ccrie-- . Alex. Carson and wife visited at i th tion. Ho said it was Tin: remedy i u Commoncomont Wook. week thi- - year Stato wore shoulder straps and voted Alex. Hoover's Sunday. Commi:ni'i:mi:ni' M,M Mt'cll Tichenor, who has been all cases where the neurotic te.npuia Urief outlincof the Conimcucanieut tho Democratic tie ;o. as it takes will be thegieate-- t event in thelu-tor- y Mi-- s Climmie re,,,tivt-"Hoover, Livia, re- Exercises Iierc- - l'"s returned nient picvails. This being somewhat of Hartford College and vlfclt,,,B whisk v straight. which Tho ca-- o College since its of Hartford turned home Sunday, after n pleasant Musincss Institute: t0 l,irJ",, a diversion from the general rulo of "car Point Pleasant. opening in September, 1SS0. u ill iro down in lihtorv as having visit to her tistor,Mrs. L. E. Chariot, Hiiiijiii M"- - w. A. Rone is visiting nt medicine, it brought about much ' Monday evening, May 30, 7:.'J0 by judicial decision tho mid friends of this place. This institution is the pride, not only of Providence. .,. ,.'..ioi.n,.,..,..i Hartford and Ohio county, but id' all fact that has shattered a time honorMessis. Rufus Williams and T. I). Epithelioma by Dr. J. S. Smith. iM;,rt"1 Jowc' &l,r,l,8 Llc.k- - l,eut tho members of the Scientific, Philo- of Kui,'nuo e this part of the State, and all its ed siiiu.stition was that Williams and K. T. Sandofer made sonhic and Clas-i- e Denartments. ' aummY "" " wwer, The Doctor claimed that we were too P. MeAdams who was broutrht friends arc gratified to lc.uu of made a flying trip to Kvansville hut prone to treat theso cases with indifWill make the season of 1892 at tho Tuesday evening, May HI, 7:110 Miss Amanda Rowe. fun) Connnissioner Kidd yesterday week. prosperity and iiccc-i. At the town election last Satuiday ference, and that many times wo fail Fair Grounds, o'clock Entertainment by the memat Hartfoid, Ky., at . chirked with aecoptin n.oiioy to Fanners are very much behind bers of tlm Pipnnrnlnrv Dnuai .input. the following ofliccis were elected; ed to undertake the medical course 81") In Tin: Ownesboro Inquhcrnxy. "Mr. bu liiiM.ic, money duo when tho used for political purposes. Aand leave the patient dissatisfied be- inure is pioven to be in fi.nl or parted J. I'Mwiu Rowc, the talented young Mr. MeAdams while acting in the with their woik, on account of rain in charge of Mioses W.erncr and :MeH,Sl ' C' Morto"' - J Wi mid hack water, many plant beds Coombes. Ally 1,cllc"or Dr- "l""' '"8. iif:V cause ho feared the knife. with. Season commenced February Hartford legal light, has a clear field capacity of a deputy collector of have been ruined by the recent high Town Trustees; Rev The Society was then treated to n 20,18!). A lien will ho held on nil Wednesday evening, J one 1, 7:30 J; in the Commonwealth'- - Attorney i.ice, internal revenue it is haid, receied waters. ott, Marsha 1, and J. W.Green. lecturo by Attorney W. T. Haywurd, colts until money is paid. o'chick-Orat- ions and the Inquirer is right glad of it. by members of the W Itll Sl.cll Il.l CXCcl- on tho loth of November, ISM), from JUllge. Pieparations are being made for mi n1.i.n ... Cili-- nl I.,i,.mnm. In .linnm "' title: "Rciiuiimcutsofthc Doctor in Odd Stocking has the bio id" of He is a popular, honest and capable 'ul,t wm"l '' ofliccrs it is likely that Com t." This the hands of his inferior officer, eiiteitaiument at the clno of the of Prof 1 vtle young man, and is in eveiy way worwui received with the tho Wilkes family. II0 has two John Lane, of Oweuslnro, tho school now being taught at Hill Side, Thuisday evening, JunoU, 8 o'clock some improvements in the town, that gieatest into est, and we thank Mr. eiiM-edthy of the triif-- which he is asking the Ilainiltoiiian 10 mid (wo e sum of o jjood and McLean county. Everything to iuipo-- e in considerable Annual addie.-- s to the R. E. C. ami have long been needed, will be done. Ilayua.d for the important points ho crosses of (Jill's Vermont, mid first voters of the is being done by the pupils mid H. lawful nionoy of tho 1'i.ited States, Societies, by dam Almoiit, which makes linn u hioughtfoith from obscurity. him Adelphian Literary lie writes that his home peowith which ho was to o forth and pattous to make these effoitsa sue. Rev. Dr. J. II. lloyel, Owcnsboro. his Supra Pubic Cystotomy by Dr.J. purely bred trotter. He is n natuial ple are enthusiastic over PARADISE. I). Maddux, in widen he reported a trotter. Friday evening, June!), 8 o'clock and that the bulk of the voters in Mc buy a lariro hole in the Democratic cess, and a good and profitable time is expected. These exercises will May '.). -- Thomas Fulkorsoii has case in a man 80 years of age, which Wo ask tho public, to consider bis Lean county ufcouie him of their hear majority. Tho district attorney filed Salutatory, by Z. II. ShulU, charge of our spring school, which was successful, ami his patient is fashionable blood lines, his tytupport, mid his encouiageiuent at an information in tho caso and the come off the first Friday night in Ph., IJ. great indi. Every body is respectfully pr: mises to bo a good one. alive and doing well. Conferring Degree c. the hand-- , of the Daviess county stal- - Deiuocratio f,'rand jury found a true June. viduality, his high M)le, great speed invited to come. .lolin Muskill, one of our most A peculiar case of hi grippe was re- for his limited amount of training, his Valedictory, by Miss Ida May warts a few weeks Bince was all that ''ill against him for conduct lending The Wheelers will meet in call ses- Du1e, Ph., li. highly esteemed citizens, rocontly ported by Dr. J. T. Miller, in which eiiduim.ee, mid if worthy in he could desiie. He feels veiy cheery to create a breach of tho peace by your lie says he was unable to account for Exposition Work during each day moved to Heaver I )...... over his prospect, mid it is calculated percipitating a ntriko among tho sion at Abbiovilloschoolhousc wo solicit your patronage. UltAIA. Dr. II. L. King, of Coutertown its gravity. II. is paper also brougiit floating vote and raising tho price in the icspectivo classes of the Col. to make him feel that way." Srin:ui:ii & H.n:Nioni'i:it. of manhood suffrage in darkest Kon-tucabout much discussion aa to the problege. The public is most cordially was in town last Thursday. Care of F. W. Yram:it, I r is now only a little more than CLOVERPORT. D. F. Roll, James Wallace and ability of its ictiology. Mr. MeAdams, after this, invited. Haitfoid, Ky, u week till tho Republican ConvenAl. Wolf and brother, of LouisMiss Tibbs wont to Rockport Sat Dr. Mothershcud read a lengthy pawont out of politics and into the Let every tion at the court house. the photographer, is over urday. visiting friends here. per ou the subject of Phlegmasia-doleu- s. Renuhlican whisky business, acting as salesman ville, are earnest and patriotic AcriH'r i.r Uiiuir. On discussion it was found Misses Luna Drown, Nollio and Ag Miss Xannic Murray will spend the the Red Fiout on Market street. turn out on that day and assist in the for a wholesale house Ho was ar- - Hartford Republican I pro-peii- ty 1 5 -- thoi-oug- g. rested the other day at Bloomitio-to- n Macon, by Deputy .Marshal who brought him to tbis eit, where Coinissoner Kidd committed liimto tho hands of the Deputy Mar-h- al to await tho orders of tho court. Judge Allen has made out an order of transfer and will -- mid him ,.n-to Kentucky for trial. Tho case is interesting from the fact that the ev idence adduced has established tho truth of what has heretoforo been regarded as a mere rumor, that tho ti.O. P. with its block, of five has uctuallv taken root ... tho IWuo (.trass Mate, and unless the . most vigorous moans are taken for its suppression, tlio wluskv will soon '.' . . be as had in that Mate as in the Lepubl.cancom.nun.t.es of the North. Jn n, I e, k, ,...,, -- -- 1 ii. Coric-poudii- ig w.hi-pre- ' - S.K-io- 1 ..,..,., , -s IV. -" Sec.-clar- v. l,r -- '' I'. New f : iri.-itii.t- 1 ,i ,,. -- y, '"'" I nt . vi-it- "limn fr ftx vi-it- cl nd "f I J Wt .I I ODD STOCKING -- J -- t di-tn- et pos-i-bl- pro.-pect- s, ' ht I ky. ! TSSPAKRS '. oi On rlicd tstntf MA"2 1892. MAT, 1892. of May Attractions Gorgeous Display AT THE POPULAR TRADING VI AVE 01 FAR x-- EROS. & -- . ,7t,crjn.ixrT j creog'-yg-T'-TT''- " sr.caaKTOTM I I f A m rf' ar a7graagTgfarjpyra;a HOK May, Ye, May, May! you shoe aid wih, mid mm nio-- department. Department Slip- you iimy ileal with u ns iiiiicIi u nii in nil We have the t complete line in this became we know we e.in PRICKS. May is a niontli Goods GOODS tliuiu you of any house in the country. pers, Oxford Ties in Plain running fioin oOc Ladies' and Misses and Fancy Toes. tlint Well, wo want .Spring nml to Prices not only want tlicni hut iiiiipI have u to 81.7."). Men's and Boy's Shoes Our 81 Brogan is u dandy and Children's Shoes of tlie iur-tio- U where to go. in I we y m to ndvio from SI to S" per pair. follow ttii' they will leid Clean, Frerh Stock. all kinds. Mi-re- s' Hartford Temple of Fashion Where Good are wild lower than STAPLE DRY GOQDS. Such as Domestic, Canton Flannel, Table Linens, We arc hard to down. Jeans, Cottonades, Crash, Bed Tickings, Calicoes, Ginghams, Shuttings, Linings, Etc. at any other houeo worth of (iooili. in Ohio county. Everything ho.ight nml sold for CASH. Dollar' One hundred cents gets One ttairVieit us for inside prices. "a PRICE, the LA- Fanners who want hig Spring hills at living solicited to conic ami bring their family, ami fee price, arc hill huy their MOTIONS. Our Line is too if wo arc not in lor what i riht. Keail what we great to even uudcitake a descripfor have in our dillWent Department". tion? but we are simply ahead of competition in DRESS GOODS. Our dock in this Hue is VARIETY and QUALITY. BSrAsk TEST and you will receive it."a ol the rt immciifc, eoiisi-tiri- g weacs io Cotton anil Woolen Fabrics, such us Bed-fnr- il CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Cords, unpolled Plaids Henrietta's Arnicniau Cloth, Chevron Suitings, Pineapple nml gee Cloth, Vnh silks, Lawns, White Jupaup-e Pon- If you could see how we have been bolliug Clothing tor the last month, you would bo convinced that we are the Clothing men of Ohio County. Our Line is the Silks, Coitl ilu Roi, white, and Goods, Crepou in hhick and LARGEST, our Selections the BEST, LOWEST. Don't huy a Suit that many more Novelties that wo cannot mention. WV'Lntcst Stj le Trimming'' to mutch any of BtayVihit us only for the hiteM.-ui- a Pnltcint. tlno our prices the worn out by handling, but come to us, get something Stylish, at Living Prices. IfcarMen's, Boys and Childicus'Suits of every description. is E.misiioii)kiuhs, sist ol Laces, Etc. To tee our line of Laces is to huy them. They conSwii-s- , lluniburgs Torchons; white, hlack and cream in Silk, in width running from inch to '21 inches wide. An cndlc'H variety of white and hlack flouncing from 81, .")0 to fcV per Pattern of 4A yards each. Our sales to date m this lino have run far ahead of any previous season. Owing to our largo trade we have ordered every week suico onr Spiing Opening. Come ami meet Mis Foster, who will be glad to inform you in regard to the LATEST. you through. No tioubleto to nll.-XB- MILLINERY. show aarPolitc attention given O rseaissracargiwmL v jr jiawgueg-xgnycwazasasssKjs- a t'jsa; imaKau Time and space forbids us describing further our Immense Stock. Hartford is the town and our house is the place to buy your Spring bill. Remember we want your WOOL, FEATHERS, EGGS and GINSENG, for which we will pay the very Top Prices. Drop in for a pleasant chat, a good trade and a profitable visit. Everybody invited to inspect the Finest, Largest and Cheapest Stock of Dry Goods in Ohio County at HARTFORD TEMPLE I-A-X- FASHION 3?3:pxieta:s IR BBOS. 5c CO. Clark is here for only 30 days. PEHSONAL. Don't lose this excellent opportunity E. P. Xoal, Prenll was in town of getting a flue photo for yourself Monday. nud Iriends. He does good work. M. S. Rutland, Rusine, was in See what the Owensborn people town Tuesday. S. H. Brewer, I.m.lsville, was in eny nbout Kuhn's Trade Palace. T1IAINS l.HAVB HE WKIt MM. town Tuesday. They say, that it is the largest and TIIU.NS 0UIM1 WW, No. ft, Mull nml KtrF I2,i p. m. best Trading House in the county. S. L. Fulkorson, imillliouse, was No. 7, l.lnielcl Ks,rc .Ilimr. m. iu town Monday. (IOINO KS1. THAINS ry, Kosinc, Cromwell, Rockport, No. 0, Mull ami Kxpr.M - MS p. m. Pl.Msnnt Ridge, Dudley Ford, Taylor Mines, Hamilton, was in town Monday. .1 ii a. m No. 8, 1,linlli,li;ir( i Point Pleasant, Hartford and Roch- T. H. Faiight, Hoi ti,u, made us a FRIDAY, MAY 13, ltt02. I ester were well represented at the pleasant call Monday. show Wednesday. C. L. Field's Livery and Feed StaDock Porter, Ah!.it.viIlo, was in Ill the oratorical contest by the town the first of the imk, ble. students of Hartford College, A. S. Anil, Sulphui Springs, was Ilniiis & Heed, barbers, Clover-port- . Monduy t night, May 30, the first in town the first of the week. prizo is S50,second each in gold. 5. Dr. A. B Baird, K. W. Taylor Remember Davis & Haynes, the Admission 35 cts. went to Louisville this week, barbers. A Sunday School Miss Helen of forty-onMagruder, Utica, Buy oui furnishing Goods at members was organized at Union visited Miss Sue Yeirthis week Carson it Co's. Giove Church lust Sunday. Albert Goorgo Klein Sr., wo it to M- aHomestead Tobacco Glower at G. Helm is Superintendent, and Miss sonsviuu .Moiiuuvvtor u week s visit. Lillic Chapman, Secretary. Mrs. C. R. Martin, we are glad to T. Westerfield's state, is getting bttUi the last few The types made the call for the ReA warranted all Wool Suit for days. publican Convention read Monday, 87,50 at Kahn's M. M. Kahu and III t lo son, MarMay, Mth instead of May 23rd. Milkshake, call on Remember the tune, Monday, May tin, are iu Louisville, attending the For a races. G. T. Wcsterlield. 23rd, the first day of Circuit Court. Worth Tiehenor, Point Pleasant, Get your Tobacco Fertiliser from Kahn's Trade Palace sold 300 called to see us whilu in the city G. T. Weslerfield. Suits of Clothes, this Season, so that Tuesday. he had to huy another Spring a ad J. P. Coleman, Louisville, came Come and buy yourself a new BugSummer Stock. Remember this is down, early Wedmstluy morning, gy or Cart at C. L. Field's. the fourth Stock this Season. Kaiix. returning Wednesday evening. If you need anything in the JewelRer. D. J. K. Maddox and daughCircuit Court will soon be hero ry line, call on C. R. Martin. ter, Miss Sue, passed through town Williams, Bell & Co., keep a full and you will wish a good place to euroutehoiiie, from a visit to DaviobS leave your horse. Don't fail to leave county Monday. line of Books, Stationery, Ac. him where ho will receive the very Virgil Reufrow mid daughter, ' Call on Williams, Bell uud Co., best of attention, that is at Casebier Miss Annie, of Sulphur Springs, wore in the Drug line. for anything & Burton's tho guests of the futility of W. H. Moore Saturday, Young men, go to Clark and have The many friends of Prof. Alex B. John H. Barnes and Miss Maggie your picture taken for your best girl. Foster, who went from here to Texas Miss Noabout 1884, will be pleased to learn Eblon; A. Fred Taylor and Our Shoe stock is complete. ra Martin; Ililas Taylor and Miss that he is building a fine college of his Hettie Carter; E. T. Miller and Cakson & Co. own at Lufkin, Texas, with bright Miss Fannie Barnes, all of Beaver C.L. Field will sell you a new Bug- prospects of a continuance of the (suc- Dam, attended the Baptizing at gy and harness cheap. Come and get cess that has crowned his energetic tho Baptist church Sunday night. . one. efforts iu the great South-wes- t. We College Happenings. If Clocks nud Watches are what regret that such talented young men We will once more attempt to tell you want, call on Martin, thj old reli u Prof. Foster should lenve Ohio the public something of what is daily county, but we rejoice iu their pros- taking able. place at the College. We are Dont fail to call on Sara & Mo perity wherever they go. still woikiug, working, Work has The Rnt'UiiMCAN, truly grateful for been assigned to all of the students whon you want a Trunk or Valiso; the patronage of the merchants and for the closing week, and they oro cheap. ati the perple, and hoping iu some de-- feel the responsibility laid upon them daughter of Jo Park, Bertha Park, grec to merit a cotinuance of tho and are striving hard to bring their colored, Huti, died Tuesday morning same, comes 5G with work up, which they are sure to do. crowdof consumption. ed columns to its many readers this Well might Dr. Alexander he proud Harris & Reed, the fancy barbers morning, hopiug they will enjoy the of his school for it is filled with boys at Cloverport, are prepared to do the reading matter aud profit by invest- and girls, who have gift and determibest of work in their line. ing their money with the energetic nation to do whatever they underIf vour watch needs repairing,.call uud reliuhlo merchants of the thriv- take, let the task be ever so hard. on the best Jeweler in Kentu'ckj, who ing little cities of Beaver Dam and And the little folks are not behind Hurtford, uhosc advertisements ap- the large ones; they are keeping right is C. R. Martin. pear in this issue. up with them and will have just "as Williams, Bellifc Co., will carefulMrs. E. P. Thomas gave much to do. They are now working Mr. aud ly prepare your Prescriptions from their son,Jaiues.a party Monday night faithfully, and success will surely be the purest and freshest Drugs. in honor of his fifteenth birthday. their reward. Remember that C. L. Field keeps Rev. L. R. Barnett's talk oa the The young folks had a most enjoyathe best of hay and corn. Come and ble time. The following were pres "Scum and Cream of Schools" last see him during Circuit Court. Friday morning was enjoyed by all. Mises Mabel Hubbard, Macut: Misses Helen Magruder, Utica; While our trade on Straw Hats has bel Kimhley, Minnie Rowe, Jessio Sue Yeiser, and were been gcod, we still have a good assort- Smith, Mamie Ross, Mary Smith, Ancity, welcome visitors at General Exercise Cahson & Co. ment left. nie Fogle, Etta aud Lillie Thomas, Wc will open n new line of Men's, Mazy Thomas, Edna Grifliu, Nola Monday morning. Dr. Williams, Oweushoro; A. R. Her and Messrs Willie Moore, James Boys and Children's Suits next SatRent row, Sulphur Springs; and E. V. Sauderfur, Iva Nail, Wayne and Kaiin. urday, at lowest prices. Charley Grifliu and Clareuce Field. Milligan, city, attended General ExThose who desire a good time and ercise Monday morning. au intellectual feast should spend At Rest. J. L. Brown visited his parents last In answer to the summons of death, Saturday and Sunday. commencement week in Hartford. Miss Bertha Gibson dcpaited this Misses Rosa and Carrie Wooruer, You can depend on our advertisers life on Monday cvening.May the 9th, RachieSanderfur, Ida Duke, Corinne everyone of them. They are the G:20 o'clock, leaviug behind her Cox and Eva Morton weut to Louisbest and most reliable iu tho county. at the influence of a beautiful christian ville last Saturday, returning TuesAnderson's Banar, is still in tho character as a legacy to those who day. lead in Millinery, can get any style are left to mourn her early taking Miss Eva Pirtle had charge of the Hat you want. Call and bo conaway. She was a model of virtuous Intermediate room during Miss Rosa womanhood; beautiful, accomplished, Warner's absence. vinced. good. True iu all the relations of Dr. Alexander's Psychology Class For line Spectacles, call on C. R. life, industrious aud successful in busis still doiug good work. The boys Martiu. Do not foolishly spend your iness, kiud aud courteous in social seem to down the Doctor once in with peddlers of cheap Specmoney life, calm and steadfast in religion. awhile, but ho immediately comes to tacles. Perhaps no one ever lived in Hartthe front. When you are at the convention ford, who had a firmer hold upon the Misses Helen Magruder and Mattie take your horse to Case- affections of the people than did Miss Sauderfur, and Marvin Bean attendbier & Burton's for good attention, Bertha, for truly everybody loved her. ed General Exercises Tuesday mornMay her life aud death form but ancorn and hay. ing. other golden link to biud those who The oratorical contest is growing adSeveral of our people took weep even yet more firmly to the in interest daily, and promises to be excursion ratc3 and promise of sweet rest in the vantage of the great went to Louisville. They spent an Beyond. Tne funeral exercises were one of the finest races ever made in that line of work. enjoyable time. conducted by Dr. Coleman at the Miss Ella Herring is on the sick AJvertising pays and it pays to Baptist Church, after which the re- list. Rev. McAfee conducted Geueial trade with those who advertise. mains were conveyed to the ceme- Exercise one morning last week, and tery aud laid away to await the' resur- made good in the Read the Advertisements talk. a rection. Rui'UiiMCAN and be wise. The school, in a body, attended the funeral services of Miss Bertha GibCome to Kahn's for Clothing, Hats, BflMES-Ci- rkid of Etugiei-CA- ftTS son at the Baptist Church Tuesday No fairer House Cups aud Shoes. Just received at C. L. Field's. evening. Miss Bertha was a student in iu the country. Come and see them. Don't buy un- this school for three years, and by her death Hartford College loses one Kahn's Tkadk 1'ai.ack. til you have gotteu prices and examof its waimest friends. Mohe Anon. We have had a big trade on our ined bis stock. ladies' Slippers, but will have plenty Hoover-Sohapmir- e. The Baptizing. left. Como and see our stock, At an early hour Sunday eveniug Henry Hoover and Miss Katio Caiihon & Co. the Baptist Church was crowded to Schapmire were quietly married at Davis & Haynes, H artford's popu its utmost capacity, by an anxious the home of the bride's father on Mulberry Street Sunday evening at lar tousorial artists, are prepared to throng awaitiug the baptismal service. 7 o'clock. We wish for these deservgive you the very best iu their line. Dr. Coleman spoke at some length, ing young people a long life of success and very forcibly on the questions of aud happiness. For an easy shave givo them a call. doctrine dividing the christian world, We want your Wool, Feathers presenting iu the most conservative Tit Hhtory or Tw and Ginseng, and will pay you . tho and concise language the position of I had not been many weeks in Edinburgh before ono of my friends iu the highest market price for them. his church. cloth trade wrote we from London inSaka & Mi:. The solemn aud beautiful ordiuance quiring about a "coarse woolen black was then administered to .the following aud white checked staff, made in ScotMothers, tako your children to land and expected to be wanted for Clark's and get their photos'. Fine candidates iu order: Mrs. Mao Fair, troosera," and asked me to send some work at reasonable rates. Here only Misses Helen Foster.JessicSinitb.Fnu-ni- e patterns of it. This was easier aaked than performed, for at that period shepHum, Lilly McGee and Flor!)0 days. Market street, over Red herds' checks were only inade in plaids, ence White. Front. or mauds with borders and fringe. I, however, contrived to mt a auiall piece R. E. Clark, of tho firm iff Clark The Great Show. from the seam of my brother's cloak and Miles Orton's show, at Beaver Dam forwarded it The postage in those day & Steitler, one of the finest and most the small pattern constipopular firms of photographers in Wednesday, more than satisfied'tho cost 2s. 3d., as a double letter. tuted my note Oweushoro, arrived iu Hartford Mon- expectations of his many friends, who He replied that the article was jus All peoplo have learned to know him, aud to eu what he wanted, and asked me to forday, to remain 30 days. pieces, but at s work at reasonable joy his entertainments in the past. ward ldin half a dosea desiring that time I do not believe there was one No other showman has so endeared ' piece iu all Scotland! I, however, soon him at once. prices should see himself to the people of Ohio county got them made, and I believe these we.e Dr. Coleman left early Wednesday as has Miles Orion, and we bail with the first Scotch tweeds that were seat tS London in balk. My friend was in a morning for Whitesvillo to conduct pleasure tho tact of his having one of introduce them IntolmtueatUI funeral services of Dr. Knox, tho best shows ou the road, and it is position towhich he did successfully. Isv, the quarter, who died Tuesday raoruiug. After and Le to bo hoped our people will have an- creused orders followed rapidly, with had and the firm I am connected tho funeral the remains were taken to other opportunity of showing their monopoly of the trade in LouOwcnsboro for interment. Dr.Knox , very high appreciation of the great almost a don in these goods for a oonsiorabl was ono of Whitesvillc's best citizens. showman. time, Border Advertisw Mc-Hen8-e first-cla-first-clas- N. N &M.V. R. R. , ;.. .. i .i . i . Hint llll .iiugll.l III ir..ir...l iiiiiuoiii. ,,, .,!irtics r hcnr tllc lv tlm, ,lniOT iirc no better now tlinn tlirv have licon KIllD.VV, MAY 1!J, 183. About nil the inon- for nmiiV vears :z ""' " ey Hint is hi circulation tins tiny mid , A Plain Man's Idoas. Unele Sam in tlio comc A farmer in Mississippi wiite.s tho , wny ()(- All the people 'W following letter on silver to n ,Uit in tlii- country is u fair chance ;v York paper.lt presents an argument in ,;. ticil. jj mncritl and ,dl a style as plain anil clenras it is home who make your living by the sweat of Hartford Republican UHI and Sunday - morning nt tho school, , ' house! Quite- a largo ' " " ,,,, tinRi, --- y l'M. your brow, before you cast your vole .. ji in November, look up to your God and pray that tho old parties may lii'ci. life's, vsbdl'eirroilfens let lo?c of your no?e so you can give UK Now, laboring an intelligent vote. people, stand together as one man, ting Government credit behind it. and we will free the people from Now, my country does not produce bondage once mote. lti:i'0HMi:n. AHJlinit IflMPIK AOVsin nu ounce of silver nor an ounce of anything valuable in the mineral IN AND ABOUT TOWN. tevT 6ijd srlt ? Koiir more weeks, then school closline. If the price of silver is advanced artificially, will it not take more of er. Just think about it. Hut doubtp our timber, more pigs, more corn, less "somo" are already thinking of :i-'-C .'CKLVDV more calves to get it? Are dollars to this, though they never neglect their f 3 &. logons, there seems to be as much be made more plentiful)' II iw' Unix tin- llii' future. knowofjiK oneway to get dollars, interest manife.ted as there was at Tlio question Is asked, Arowo likely 1'rof. to have in years Immediately udvane- nnd that is to find s i'iie man who has the beginning of the school. dollars and who wan's .oiivtlii'Vi h- - Alexander, in his talk at General ng morii or less rain thnn du.-itho few jears? Monday mnining, said: . docs not have, nimv tian he wun'.t Kxerci'cs While the .u.estlon cannot lN. mi I.is dollars, and who will give me his "Young ladies, when you pas your swered with absolute coiilldenco, the dollars for sonHhing which Iprnv sweethearts, place, a weapon of de- - Kr,ipt,tK f y0ars Into ilowulos or otlior less than 1 do Ins dollnis. In other lence in your nanus, tell tiictn to regular periods eliminates ino-- t of tlio variation-'- , and shows until the close of nonperiodle word", I trade my labor, my pig, my work earne-tlv" Hf- -' are ot school, and young man, when vou whether t any secular I alterations .1, cows for the dollar cotton, tnv 4 "y , .... .l....l. MM...... ..!.! ,f U 'J - nt some man who need lab ir, ligs, cot p s your sweetheart, whisper gently k,C0 0 wirM into hci ear, 'please e.euc me for over ton, or cows more than he needs d ilias ucen liiucii tielow lia rs. I'.iur weeks.' We under.-tan-d lie only tho average; and u consideration of all tlio facts leads to tlio conclu-- i tu that "Now, if two employer.' are after meant ''some" of them. . such a period of scarcity Is very likely Mi ICvn I'irtle seems to be as pup- one laborer, as hi Montana, wage in lie fiillnu'cd III- - one of iiliimil.'ilii'e nrc lngli; it two laboiers aro alter one ular aninng tlio little "lolks as with MH that the coming few yours will 'boss,' as in some large cities of the "some" of the "old" one. She has probably be mom rainy than thooie- Kast, wages nrc low. If two pig are charge of the Intermediate room in wutly experienced, although p.isibly t' ,.. the increase will not occur In the sum- .. i .... ..: :. . i. ... i. .,., IIIc m: j i..,.. w ,i..ii.. .tl'?3 lill-- il IIIUIIIL'I. .llll'l UIIU llllllill, 'a illL Hlt, II itiu months at a time when It would nier S'J arc nfter one pig, pig are high. ' Judge John I. Morton, A. W. bo most noticed. Loudon Nature. D.ivid-o- n and Win. Milligan walked If dollars, of whatever kind, gel o Why u llisturli; Clmriu Wit l.nt. abundant that three or four of them ' out to Alexander school houo on One of tlie nio.--t precious and beauti'. pain reliever. get after one pig, pigs will go very lat .Sunday to hear Dro. McAfee ful amulets of history is that of which high; and if dollars reach the point preach. They report an excellent Mouciiru 1). Conway tells us. It v;i a Sim- is almost universal by the Mouscwiff. the treasure fruni the pa-- t, owned by tho where they are made by the millions ' sermon with a large attendance, l;n finer, tlie Stock Raiser, and by ' evci) otic Miss Lulu Milligan says that I cr Kuipcror Louis NapoKmn III. It was out of silver, and copper, and tin, nnd set with n blao of precious stones, tlie requiring an effective liniment. represent nothing but themselves, cat and squirrel arc both gone, hut gifts of many princes. It to pigs may be expected to hesitate be- - ' then she don't think "Jim" need be the prince imperial, who wore it us a :.o otiier application compares with it in efficacy. watch charm. He wore it when he fore they will trade themselves oil' for so timid, n This remedy has stood the test nl We are reliably informed that Cap- - was killed anion;,' the Zulus, and it. is something as common as leaves in Oc-- ' gone, no one knows where. years, almost generations. tobcr, and it will take a great many lain Cox will attend the on the Ab! if lie bad but known tlie rules ... more 'dollars' to get one pig than it J.jth. of amulet wearing among tho-- e peoplo No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of and had worn it about bis neck! No .would take if the pig had no ipie-tio- ii LiNi.Mu.vr. OWENSBORO matter how precious it was, it v.ould of their value. Dut the.--e extra 'dolMav f. Your humble scribe mid then have been left untouched. Tlie pig, lars' will do the man who sell-th- e Occasions arise for its use almost eveiy day. several others made quite a pleasant dlw,of bal,k' l,m' lw !'t,rii!I,l'J ,,f no good, because the man who garment or ornament but that about . . All druggists and dealers it. evening. spools of thread anil calico will want trip to the country nCL.k.profl,,((r Frederick Starr in L'irst we went to Dro. Willis Smith's, Popular Science. Monthly. hi- - goo K This more of them for hanneiis.iiot because tne inr u'ui c.r.ico not finding anyone at home, wo went riirUlcn lYcnllnr l .Vim li.ti mmuv .t tfiu .i lr I .nv.-, mhi ntiitn n nra iriu'lli liinni lull lintll 1 MiO ."ilA I rillMI III Tho nncicnts were probably time, gathered the suney witii tho bpecics of fireiiics his' are worth lev. I rc.-- p dfiiliy '. mil ol uowers, came Home Iceliug ttiat which nro so familiar in this country, urge that a far in ire popular measure ihe trip to the country had done inn becau-- e tlie most remarkable of these it-will be the passage of a law iinki-iTlio givat nro peculiar to America. '.real deal of good. nine eg- - a do.n." lantern Hies of southern Kurope and Mi.-- . Molhe O'Flaherty ha- - pur-- . Asia, which are sometimes called "HyjLn 4" Bm m A Protective Tariff llio B"St caused an excollcut piano and ha- - a ing glowworms," me allied to tlie boat ii sam. s W wWuUnlJ fmLmmcmJaamLn flies nnd water scorpions. On the ot'.ier nice clas of lor P.ovoniic. or taking inn--iband, the llrcllies of the tropics are lulu .j .i and tlie promi-- u of more non. beetles. The latter are of somber hue Vhnii ihe I! 'jiibli'i- a" !n!o HITCH HIM TO Mi-- s of Denver Dam, '.n the daytime, and it is only at night firm n ri venue - the giic.-jiower in 1M1 t of Mrs. Cicero Sutton. that they show their lights. Wathing svstem totally iii:nl,iiiiatu lo tho D. 1 Miller went to Mellenry 'on Star. cjuiis a of the Cinxeriiiiieut. .Satiiiday. I'd like to know who WpgdEspeciallyForExERCISINGandSpEEDING. Mr. 13 ic'i.in.m' a.liiiiiiistrit'o.i l.a l! inw- - him for not going on to upo'udud alio it n'i ),(i;),),(l!ii), inorii his mother, for he said he was going, Pronounced By HORSEMEN To Be To than i:. tei'cipl The Most PERFECT SULKY CART In use b it tin ... back water wa- - so high he LIGHTHOUSE HUNTING WHALEBONpCTnr:-;--;-iGy:V''AGENTHA'JDLIiSS NITrtOoLYCEniN. i stem, in wi'II an to procouldn't get home. Now, Diehard, Wanted. etra-ordinaHill llllcrniltti'lil l.llit s.i,.., vide as far as possibli for tin) si,,,,, U Sliiiuli'i OurBeautiful lbs. I.iII.- - ..f ime wouldn't tell a story about anything, )n ('til Oil m Itll- iMIIIi I. till' HllMllT. ill III- - N.lllinv f - . epf i. lit are- - of tho war. for he is an out and out a chri-tia- a bi.y. Not only -- Sang ad. i T!i" ino-- t ihiilliug im!I I i ver hail, to was fr.-- u d n'i a jir ace a new L. M. iiarnett visited Ins tamih. e to ii ,. pilot- - a- light of gn-j.- t y I ill.'.o it. vai 'inc d.ij when tin- I'.lk I lien lino. .Many clianos lia eo i at Dedn, .Saturday. loiliity Held was unvv. I was called take their charges in an i inn tin .,. i n5S Mi-- .down thin1 one eatly winter day. Tho thu intricate channel- - leading b tw "i in ule sinco then, fir t lo force up Myitle Howard, who ha- - been mow had f.dlcu Ju- -t t'lioii'h to make tlm roariiii.' liicaUe;-- on Ihe nviiN. et i HiWi the rovenue to ilu h!''ii'. t ir. ailab e very ick for several weeks with ty '.- " v.. &-- , the nirls the rough road Icy i.i pl.t e.s, and goiii,' it al.-- o vrvi's the purpo-eso- f ' V f ia:J' &M&Y.7VM v- phoid fever, is thought to be a little ijk-"- rAirff point, and then nr:-- r ih; vi to to around a harp de-- e it do.vn a steep men, employ. v.. of tlu lihtli e a .'I '& 51 the telcgrapli "'. hi prociiiing freh duce the levies as fast astlio oNiifen-cie- s bjtter. Ami a rood lam ft Cffist hill my wa.'on lniti tohlew. ""$ ' Mrs. John L. D.iruett was quite The road w.i- - u irrow, and on the supplies of n ri v. .;'.-- i.i wli ii . rh.iM ffiMWy must bo simple, when it is not timple it i3 WfllmA of tin Trciiary would allow. i.i their i.ili r KiM'iiWJm nut cauil. IsiiWa Jteautifu!. Cm lower side wa- - a teep l:uil. I was tile stores of provi-io- n these ic! for awhile, but is out again. fiu.i ici.il And the hicej-'i- f , , t'i'' , s. r.iiM ' . driving quite bii-k- l. .u .UuiiVJStur I. and as rounded have run low, hut uhieli the woiil i i t ?Kij v.oms mcuii ri'iicn. nut tostc Mr.- -. J. 11. Doyett and children, is now a uritler f history. t weie tlieliu'bt a lie. .u I ineasuri's tlie turn I felt the wlieels A'.l mcul. toward mi reaJily gi . will imprihS to.' truth more; fore. , . I : s'.utii-h'j- il tlie bank. I realized the ilau'r and neee. aiilj a nricli daiu.ier one, i.i-:i at thu ".': I.iit week for their old home in Tho worl I ; touch c.i.l r.rd t i.i t.irce niece, cn'",.-:.:??.;;.- ! I one. Tea-- , to be absent my hair ro-had lL'U ipiarts of of a for ' or 4 itiSirfu tuiy SiijtanX unrrtalj'.ie, L.'.o A!,i!ii.r. J S$&y d pianituilo of our iucoino. at the This light nitroglycerin on the wagon, and down hut a c.n-iilmo'ith-- . cf oil, it is nuked a "vn-u- l t:i I lamp," f r i s r.ur- - f.lwv jiayiueut of t!i ) war iLdil, at the the bank was fully fortj f.ei. I felt able arc and throws a coii"eiitr,iteiI velotis ba'it is purer and Lr..,'ikr i an gi? lioht, JmJIi& Lo-- t, between Owensboro and Ilart-toriiiad-lea- d immen-- o reductiou of our tns .schedah n.t c. r tlm hind wheel- -, fohi . and in the brief lieaiu items, lo softer than cl c'.i.z Yighi end tr.o-- c t'i"n cr.l'.cr. a girl'.- - heart, liie posse-so- r will '"'"' minuie. wha-'- i is of nil.il sit I iiioiiu nt IHote the wli'ile thing up-k. ules, at tho njijir 'I'iati m uf o ir c.o Ino'.; fortln5titup Tur. Kr:ii''ST'-lffielirapileilfrhvi'tt'ierfntitiia briglitne.-- s to irow i - enr ik MLfc Kch.Ii. . ur njj t ic aulc jh . nit 'fiul tj i', of ii H'V Illlimincd all orts of thiiiL'- bo liberally lewarded to return the -- ,.uc in r I ("ii i ,1.1 Iri'i'.ft v U i I at the acciini ilati n of sji-c- ia u. .. n lv; .t . J We rolled together, wagon, l.ox and ''.ind against the ealiiu bulMie.id ein VtAitvariet j dun l.'C . u ?ti! lump Mj in the i. ui... 1'ii.r.ui:. National Treisiry. Wi'hoit f,'"'"" .line. yio' yours truly landing at the foot of the oir in t!ie mads at a dbtanciMif two i;o'iii:ti. j..r.'.' i ... : .'a.--:. : lacs. r;ctv Varit e:;. . hill and not a hair or us li.inni'il. I got n"d ll ,l;df '" three miles. tow in llu iiitoparticulars. willsiiffici'to-- a thi't FALLS OF ROUGH. of the tear, when i.ll the tho wagon out. carriiil the gltcern up dry sea-o- n no nation in all tho world'.s history .Mayll. Ilaulin',' lo be the and loaded it en again and drove on. rai" water pools have diied up an the .MKKTri ALL DAILY can present a fiuauci.il iucor.1 at all of the day. Tho ilelay, together with more careful Ndt water from the sea contaminatescomparable with ours. Tho onufacl driving, caused night to overtai.u me, ,l" the water of the tidal creeks, the lion. Thomas l'oud hac tiuished - s ii n v. nnd Just as tlie llr.- shades fell I en-- j deer, hogs ami tiger--, witli which nil to bo impressed up'jii you is, that pei'ling a nnas eai:aD3U c They are beginning countered Ihe suae sort of place again. ""'so low lying .Sundeibiinil in every chano in our rovenuu laws to haul, ho has about twenty-li- ve TO ALL. r abound, get hard piesed for drinl.ing I went around lowly. The hind wheels -t v r. sw Hindu by tho licpublican party, team- - here hauling bark lor him. water, and e are in t o..began to slip agaii'i. I stopped right , p m htm that a littlocoui;!' hn thngcrousM . .o.wv'VX whothor toiucreaso or leilucet'iu I was afraid to tile where.iliout.s of the A tit r hi mi !ii n t !ii t i i liiiitr '" there. e ti Itt Ulll to he in repi t thoilose. it Harlield ll lWl H H'Mllb tllltUt 1'll.4 I'ilIiuoi s . I i 1. lA which have been dug hi the ltui'j.s r.nil far too uf leu runs into Consumption iui.Im r'rv lilml whculs had gone a little over tho tariff was always adjusto the lead in the tic business. Twelve l'tsinlo ituirering Ironi ,. lliinii.jj i ndt in Jl a )'t vicinity of tho station. the edgo of the binl;. and I d on proteetivu lines; nnd eci sucli team- - came down from llardiiisburg jv Itiouchitis, l'lieunnaiu raid Co,u.uiuptiu:i ti UMra nil So thu lighthouse people, taking ad ALIKE. to lift them trick. I could not budge ...ii ('11 ii. ,. llltlb has been eminently mio ndjustineiit d a few days ago to haul for tho heavy load. Then I crawled be- - vantage of this fact, do a little shikar if I' a ATlliiVnOlN neatli tliu wagai. I could barely niovoj U"(T nign mil. ami lor lint purpose cessful as a financial uua-tnOur them. hiding place in the I inadea Ihml elTolt, audi l:lV0 built annall tlie weight. latest tariff thoMcKiuby bill i Given to the Traveling A gay pat ty, who-- e names your Can you nffonl to neglect it? Can vou trilta sho yielded, hut I neelvcd tin Injury suapc in a loopuoied mini nut on the m with bo serious a matter Aro you awaio that H Whilo humble cribe tailed to learn, came iueiitly a protectiu laiiff. from tho hit from which I have never eastern edge of the (auk. tho t ink hoits freo list has been extended down from Lum-vill- o iug between tlieui and the se'i. m the Ian week on u recovered, One day I wits putting a 10 quart lighthouse belli'? Mime IIKI yards nil". ' for Coughs, Colds nnd Consumption U beyond question tho grcate. t of nlM its cxpo-ilioany fonnoi jiiuct'e-lent-Madcrn Itcmedics ? ii will Htopu Cough in one lilgnt. It win elieck u( old in f shot in a well cud had run down the Vim lint is Ju.t large enough for two duties, hive had strict who had hi- - font (ienrgo King, protei'tivo Croup, euro Co'isiuujitlon if t.iIanH away in, and r inlay r it will prarentalTord tor.'licvo A t!ri" mid 23 cvr.t 1kju!o llrst shell, Tlie balance stood In tlie men to stow theni-elvba without It vmi aa't A mav tl. vou jj cut a lew day.s ago, is able to to c.nuputtitivo iuiporis. an derrick, When the first shell was down the darker tho night tho better for their f in .....I. Doctor I alls inayBavoiour llfji Ask tour ririurcit t for fi. tavo P$iHJ. t i.ru"i:i. 't purpose. The decr.th'iu:;h naturally IIIKI feet it exploded. 1 to the Inghur sc.ilo of wages an of be out again. I! lloouri: it Co,, ID West llroa'.way, New York, for Uxk. M about undertoV u it ia a s a c u ara.B uiikil a a a a a a aia ci 1 1 a c h - - fRiU: aJPi-? iAl'5 stood the situation, and comprehending timid anion k soon get used to lh McD.iniel, of ltiwiae, wu- -. living in tho Tinted States, comparV- imJzstxiaMFi4mii that I could not get far enough away regular bright lla-- h of tlie beacon light few days ago. ed with other cjiintiiiM. Against hereon as the rcHi'dors swing around and to do any good if tho shock should Married. at the reideueeof A. Nod- this policy tho De.incatic party i the balance In tho derrick I around, anil with cautious tread they j ' XBK ingiiani.t'lint Jkrilge to .Mi-- s Deliah wend their way generally toward tlie yelled to the o'lier men about tho ennow making; its fight, tfMcTlfj wHlii 1 .; f. .. gine house to run, A shower of stones far edgo of tho tank Nudiiihain. We extend congratula- Meanwhile tho two occupants of the nnd hemlock went up in the sky, and I J lion ami wish them a long and happy PRENTI3. R& hut are on tho aleit, and as they ob Jumped behind a convenient hemlock .May 8.- - -- The health of this com- - liiu. stump, where I fell Hat on tho giouud. serve their prey nppn.ach hardly dare inunity h very good. it is claimed by the m.ijoiitv ol the draw a breath for fear of the smallest Then I recollected that a sudden exThe funnel aiovoiy busy plan'1 people that the lailroad is a gieat adplosion would go for tho ground, that .Riiind alarming them, for the deer have very acute hearing. Their guns aro I might bo killed by,tho concussion, & iug corn. vantage to our people, which wo do and I rose on my finger tips and toes. grasped and ready, and their eyes aro We have a line bhowvr ol I'eople'h nut deny, but wu had as well have an HEADACHE AND ALL Fortunately tho glycerin in the der- eagerly watching the deer's cautloui Party men in this neighborhood mid open Million hero as to have whi-k- y rick didn't let go, nnd tho only damage advance toward the tank each time the DISORDERS. first-clas- s H CENTS ttill more inquiring the way of life, hipped licit' by jugs full. was to tlio derrick, which bad Its wholo well timed Hash llght up the dark FOR SAIE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. bodies. It ucum tlio long coveted Mild by the old panic-- ; why Hii.i,. top blown oil. I hear it Wild KjPREPARED BY RICHARDSOK-TAYL- Q MED.CQ. ST.L0UI5 MO. One day in tlie spring I was tilling a draft nnd stretches forth lt neok, is it that tho farmers have left the ol shell hi the derrick. It was one of but ust as its famished lips aro dipping KOCKPORT. there are many iea-oiparties: into the cool water (hero Is another tho-- e days when ico frce.es freely nt -, cla-- s n I!. .M. Craig, Louisville, was in Oud why. night nnd I haws in daytime. Thu pub Hash from the light. Now Is the moment for action, mid ' ley on top if tho derrick bad been The town a few daye. and extravagant appropiiation. coated with Ico from tho sand pump Justus- tho timid creature raises Its head j Mi-- s Kiiiiniu Wallace has returned Democrats have paid for twentv-liv- e It, nnd tostaroat tho light two triggers aro years, give us power and we will give Tioin the Ivist with a large stock of1 BliklNeS Bi'(l Mllfl line. IThe warm mm thawed n shell pulled, and ere the quickly rccurrin while was industriously tilling i ' you freo coinnge of silver, an honest millinery goods. criod has had thuo to nwhig In front of dark something diopped l)CSl 01 I'liTS my nose. The suddenness of tho thing nn"d ngaln, and the echoes of tho , Uaa4 Joe. .Smith, the popular oper utor J( dollar. And the first lime they got reports have had thuo tticomo , btaricd mo so I could scarcely bold tho two-gucdncsday ami They was in Owensboro in power, what did they do? sldp t anchor, while tho can. I thought tho confounded stuff 'rom Hoehcstcr, killed thut bill too dead to skin. Tho Thursday. Dan GilnV, had exploded And I wa blown up. puffs of wuoko steal slowly away ovor people never did expect any relief had charge of the ollico during Mr. scrub, i0 I over Beared or- - That was thoA worst ofwua bad dropped ' "R"1,l,w Jungle tho formthe next Hash of irom the Republican party, because Smitli'ti ubsenco. diseloseo In my life. of a lluonpottod Ico pioco from the pulley at tho top of tho der- - deer stretched lifeless on the grass by they did not ugreo to relieve them. Mr. K. Patterson and Miss Carrie, rick. A foot closer and I wouldn't bo tl,u U(KO of tho clear water which had I henr the old parlies Faying that n Tlioinpson, I'aducah, arp the guests of lts Somotiuies hogs, telling you about It. Tho story would lurt,d " intend to beat the People's Party, if .MissChua Patterson, have been In the paper tho next day ll"d, but very rarely, oven n tiger, put b Rev. T. J. Mitchell, Presbyterian That is wc have to unite together. with big headlines. Interview In Hrud- - '" '" uppcaranco to bo bagged in lilto ford (Pu.) Km, nianner. Calcuttn Asian. no more than we expect, for you minister, preached Saturday night not know much about politics, but 1 do see rome serious Haws in the Bland bill. The aim ol the friends of silver, is to raise the price of that metal by put- ly ami forcible, vi.: "I am n farmer anil ilo people attended Dam. Mrs. C. N, Lnyton, Miss Muttie Ticliennr nnd Derry Tichenor returned from Louisville Tuesdny, nfter spending several days there. Our hotels have undergone (mothMr. Hill, who had er change. cl.argo of the Green Diver Hotel moved into the Comincicial Hotel on Mrs. Davenport leliring Tuesday. from hotel life. The lower hotel will be opened shortly. Mrs. II. J. Young has returned from Louisville, where she visited her daughter, Nellie. Mis Anna Weir is expected in Dockport the iatter part of the week. .She conies to join a party' who nrc to picnic nt Airdric the first of the Ki.m:. week. - number of'Uockport the circus nt Denver T. 3D. WHiLAI-fiTHE S fVec d firflc kill cr?s, dlcin-- t ki?o 'SD0ES FlttEST soiled ffjeir mittens, vbixh lo do: AND CIIEHPEJiSo- - fill Wisa old friend aj4feJ BLACKSMITH! NG. Horsc-shocin- g specialty. A Ury stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Fanning Implements on hand. Call on him. u ; ( S v .. i: w;,j .yy. u 'SAy-rr'- Eb- SxpJjjPjA - Vf V;0t 1. W1MJAM3. Beaver Dam, Ky. z15r- iVW V-r'- is M$ as 8 1 i tmml MM IS THE ONLY 'U ht ' IffiCES i y ,- ,,, rJ HBLICAM PsPEB d PrilMSHED IN THM MM MK5 ;u i ran iexican r Must.ciiii "') Linim -a tl x0 urc for the Ailments of Man and Beast. ARE YOU A '.on-tcsto- SUBSCRIBER? IF NOT .; - well-know- SUBSCRIBE c' unae-qunliite- at once! Mi;si.i; DDINSJ YOl'U hae i.l ili-ii- . - I ) JOB WOES TO US, And will rseoivo ! c, E CT uiil . -- ! Rcspoet fully, or-(li- nur flMBYSH.AM.ORSE? enc SHOySfiSPBBP? WHVUP2 CJvWrriL. CEft THE All 75 1 top-i-thi- s nmm K-.- ROGERS & BARMETT - ry ta-i- ff i to. lttm tUtiOHC - ii-- . -- Nzm IB . -t - I r-- "arsa -- n:-- S? eemg is JBelisvsnz. 'iMf.-.lc.i- I -- 1 I s?jy FAST-- t- e. Ila-iii- et ' -- w . -- CASEBIER'S "'BUS ' ' :i "Tfec Rochester;' snt a -t tan-bar- ' iev-onii- o, 1 Mii-hro- MM mm -- 4C - er I 'k' I W w feu eayeu?; lo V . in cro---tie- o. SOCIAL -- ( - I I "QP DR. ACKER'S Pj i1 ENGLISH REMEDYd . n, 1 1 .Io-ep- i, I cs n i: U M maJWM y$ m&rm t !2 TAYLORS I for mm fever, biliousness. MAUfttAL IRE -- Also keeps a 1 is legi-latio- Livery and Fvm Stable, where .you can have jour iilj tuTh (l;iv or night. ''' fJufi1ra!ir4&f" ' Leave ders with jour , wm i SOT J ''' I rir fiiTimiiMiiifanrriHtiMigrfnimriri mi r fin i wammmuamaagBsaam ANDERSON s BAZAAR STILL LEADS! 9 Thi (erar.il S(oiv has, b.y induslr.y and linmsl v. Imilj up a (rmle to he. envied !,y all: Tlic HAZAAIi S.yslrm is to have no "jruin" or "dickering''' aliout lio price on any anidu, IniUo have the price marked plainly on each arlicle and (hal is (lie, prire at which said article is sold. "ONUS I'RICK TO ALL" is our moHo. Here is where wmr Child can iotls i ehi';'p as (he shrewdesl, closes! buyer Inn ; The !5 our harness prices which are always right. ZAAH is now chock full of now, seasonable goods and is having a magnificent trade. Wc can't tell you all about here, but if you need any goods, we feel sure it will be to your interest to drop in at the Bazaar and post yourself on dress in Ginghams, Lawns, Mulls, Toile 50, 1.99, 2.25 and $3.00 Shoes beiorc We have a'.l (he staple and fancy Dry diiXords. Dimity's, or almost any other on buy. N jiliing to compare with ihem wash fabric we hive it. If yon want all in the county. s Caoods i;. iicrally carried by a Here you can buy Calicoes, Chal-hes- , wool fabrics, of ialest weaves and most si or-1IN stylish goods, we have them; and we, have The Bazaar MILLINERY never Mulls, Toweling, Table Lawns does the business, and lots of pretty, new stylish trimmings, lin- before have we been soiush-'iind brown t'o(loiis,Tickings, in (his deings, &e , &c. Sc our Dress Goods. wc have been for the pat partment as Shirting. Sheetings, Drills, ('of ton jeans, month. We believe (his is because our Wool jeans. CoMonadcs, &c., &c., and all Miss and See them, and you go at co'Ttvl prices What is the use of paying $1,25 for a stylishCollins gets up a prettier any more hat for less money than other kid Oxford, when you can get one from Milliner. If you want a will luiv ihe.n. hat that will suit us for oulv SI. Ob? We handle tlij cele- youexactlv, in both style ard price, visit " Shoes our Millinery depart men 1. Miss Sara Ol'lt DIIKSS GOODS. bra ted "Andei'S'Mi En Dres. (oois wc have, no doubt, just and can give you a guarantee on every never sells an unbecoming hat to a customwhat y:i want, if yon want a nice washjpair. C.;iue and see our line of I OK), I. er, DRY GOODS. first-clas- . liu-iMisJilar- hc 1 d - wear-forever- SARA AND ME. ,2xV3iE9E8 Trunks, Valises, Hand Dags, Club Saehels, Umbrellas, Parasols &c.,that are rare bargains, so if you need any of these articles, we invite you to inspect our stock, we have them at any price you may want and feel confident we can please you if you will only come in,and wealsowant your woo', feathers,ginseng and yellow root, for which we will pay you the Don't fail to call on us when you are in highest market price, and give you more goods for them, than any other place in town. town attending court, for we will give vou a hearty welcome and feel confident we can please you. We have a large stock of N. M fc &ij&&fth Tit VIN- H. V. R. 3&. i - I.IIW V. lir.VVKIt HM iui.N"S i.oi.nu A, .No. Mull mi'l J T, l.iiii.l.-.- Kr. - wir. i:Hl. 12 -- I" V i:in-- . II air. It TIUIM No. 0, Mull aii.l I.III.MI 'I'd j .Miililiiihur'(r h:i.s: ")e. .1 S (' ili'iii in vupicd hi i pulpit at ilio ItiptNt Clnircliliist Siin.liv morn (!oi d midi.meiN inir tin ni'dit. attended both services. In tin m rn from Corinthians ltd ing he pnn-dri- l and mitt twouty firM chapter 'Therefore lot u mini third orsm: ilorv in ini'ii; for all thini'.i am v uir: 1 ttuaiivsz Tho John Robinson Show factor h tented a new the siiji'' amusements. Solomon, l'le.-eii- ts r largest and best Lucky N. , l.ln.il.-- l Kiprt l'.'M :iir.a .1 "fkiday, II ma via, isie. R II mmv. twmii I Paul or Apullut, l'.p!nn or lifo or iln.ith, or things t oiui; all uro vours and yo a:o Christ's and Christ m Go l's.' The sernion was a counterpart of t'ioo:iu li.i protein I at in April. T.u his appointment iilji i.t April so. iiu.i v.n t'uiCiris List Sun-ih- y tiitH bulo. if to Cunt. i li:i was all things lioloiii tin t j tho Christ inns." wh-'thu- Men n dor- - mW&J2rfv " For Ward-Robe- s, Hon. I. V. HaUor, .Ir, Vico Tres't X.itiotial Uroo.lors Association and ounor : f .Meander by Mulliunnt, havo wntis, "tiiiuu'ii Ointiuoiit usi'd with f re.it succosi for nearly tuontv yours mil consider it has no oipiul."" Tho very best in th.icouii tiy uudorsu this preparation, 1 Dressers, Suits,llock-er- s PALLS OP ROCJGH. Husinee.s is ilonrihiiig in this community. More tie mid hark men wanted. L. Oict-- is llttiug up his woolen mill for hus'iuccs, tin il rays that he will soon ho ready for carding May 2. wool. or anything in the General Furniture Line, sec J illis Green is'nhlo tube out again. Thomas nond, who is getting out tan hark here, is tiding nlniost night The Post wns well attended Inst and day. Saturday. Sol Allen made a tiip to Leitch-fielyesterday. ' Uov. E. E. l'uto filled his regGeorge W. Singe's foot is improvat Uod.t Sunday. ular aiofiiluiuiit ing slowly. J. J, Gilligan, of Evunsville, was Several of our young pooplo went in our city from Tuesday till Saturto Louisville Sunday on the excursion. day of lust week tulkinj; with our Black Hawk. incrchauts about running n boat on Bough Uiver. Republican Convention- The Republicans of Ohio county It is rather (strange, hut true.novcr-thelens- , inMass' Conventhat of the younger genera- arc requested to meet tion nt tho court house iullartford on tion of Ohio county, the two hoys for the purpose of who have mudo the most money are Monday,May 23d, nominating candidates for Shcriirnnd Dr. Luther 1'lnpps and liiegroes; Circuit Court Clerk, and to l'ikey Barnes. Said i4o tho County Committc", Jtidgo (Jims. Eaves, Greenville; Committee to he chosen in open conHon. Jen. C. Johnson, Calhoon; vention, each precinct presenting its Judgo John D. Atchison, Owcnsboro, choice for Committeeman, on tho call arc to bo tho Judges iu the- oratorical of thu precincts by tho Secretary of ijontest by the students of Ilaitlord the Convention, and unless there bo College Monday night, May IV). moro than ouo candidate from any one precinct tho vote shall ho taken on tho names presented ns a wholo, Notice. ' such precincts as have Wo hiivo placed oifr notes and ac- otherwise, more than one candidate shall he voted colcounts in J. C. Kilcy's hands for lection. Wo want and must have on separately and tho rest us u whole. Those knowing thenine ves The Committee thus elected to ciinoso inoui'y. its iwu Chairman and Secretary. s indebted to us, will govern J. S. H. Wi:niiiN(i. Cli'in'ii. nccnrdinirly. Jo. U. Hoowts, Seo'y. I'orrnit A Cosinor d them-wive- T. J. MOHTON. and giandest of the Hebrew patii-archwhen l.o littered the phra-v- , idiico become that an axiom, "there is nothing new under the Mill," cou'il lie "levK-i- t the gliinp-- c ol the moon. ''would find that while his axiom still finds veiilicatinn, yet that old things-dabecome new in the reproduction ami rehabilitation nf the episodes and incidents charac. teriing his long and memorable rngn. the people, by the j In placing before John Kohinson show, the grand biblical il"Soloiuoii,his Temple, mid the (ueeii ofSheba,"a realistic, ii oi the most snemd living and most impressive and events of biblical history is presented in vivid and cntrancim: form, and offers the must enjoyable and afternoon nnd evening's entertainment ever projected or conceived. The glories, tho grandeur nnd the greatness of Israel's wisest king me lavishly portrayed, and the most salient features and incidents ot his noted regal administration find apt mid accurate illustration. This gorgeous and resplendent spectacle is from the master mind of Mr, John Kcttij.', whose former biblical spectacular productions have madu him famous, mid who pridoj himsoif on this, thochef-d'iL'Uvrof his art. It certainly is a mastcr-pic- co of policy in tho John Robinson show to thus so mute-- 1 and rmlly acceptably augment their already stupendous exhihitional enterprise, which ns almost everybody is aware, is characterized as exhibiting the biggest and best circus, the most interesting menagerie ami thu largest hippodrome on the continent. The combined oxhibiti'iiH, of which it may he said that they are given without additional entrance fee, uro to display nt Heaver Dam, Wednesday, May 2.r. I illn.-liatiog e of a groat deal of ouniinh to wealth, his niily occupation and pleasure was to sit in his astronomical chamber, as be called il, read and study the stars. Ho took great pains in showing and upl linin,' to un his work, and finally lead me into his with all secret chamber, furui-hkiml'i of instriinieiit.s, among them a el j my-el- f, I forgetting her. She could not understand my words, still she came nearer and nearer, one more step and I could reach her, I hesitated, I studied, I jumped, I awoke and lay on the fhinr next to my bed among broken mirrors and with a hoken nose. ii coutiniH1, to the moon, and I tried to call to HARTFORD -- IOTEL :o:- HOUSE. second to none. ull'ords. and re furnished. It is This Hotel has iccently been The table is furnished with the best the market iehcopo, larger than any other of the world, with which it would be easy for him to view the smallest star. It took more than three hours to show me every glass he had in use and I confess that I wished I could stay in that room forever. Oh, how I trembled for joy when ho invited me C make this room my home, but how awful it sounded when he told mo not to look through the largest glass, ho being afraid that it would weaken my eyesight. We left this chamber, following the dinner call and to satisfy our appetite on macaroni, cheese, fiuit and wine of tho best kind. A good cigarette was the finish ami after enjoying a good walk through the parks we met again in his binary, mid tho waiter followed us with good champagne. Undoubtedly Ruthfus was n great scholar, and from the time I met him ip to the limn I left to ictiic for the night, ho talked of nothing c'se but astronomy and tried his best to keep me interested in it, not forgetting to taste and make mo taste the best wines of which he bad plenty, until I felt so sleepy that I cannot tell to day whether I went or was led to my room, which was furnished excellently ami like all flue looms in Italy with mirrois cuvciing the walls ami ceiling. Again Isiw his chamber with all those instruments, again did I try to look at his books and instruments, and noticing that my friend had left me, 1 disobeyed and stood beforo tho lare telescope. The room was locked, he couhl not catch ine.and setting the instrument in the full and bright Hut shining moon, I took it eep. Before me, nnd bo near Mirpiisi! to me, was the moon, showing me flowers, gardens, large beautiful fields with trees in full bloom, finer buildings th in I had over seen put upon earth and streets laid out so clean and nice, ns I imagined the golden streets of Heaven would he. What was that? Animals, which on caitli I had never seen before and which must have been those of whom thu Holy scripture tells us walking nlong .si g'ntly, an near thorn promenaded a fair young lady, drocd iu white with a faca ond body like our Venus. Oh, what n beauty! "Why is il?" I said to myself, that such beauty 1 Special cure will be taken to accommodate the public during the same kind in PERSONAL. W. G. Duncan, ,M illunry, was in town last week. K. S. 1'ayno, C.dhnon, was iu town M'mday and Tuesday. John B. Taylor, Beavor Dam, called to sou us Monday. Col. ('. M. Harnett, Owonsboro, visited his family near Beda Sunday. Stovoii R. Hjiinett, EjIioIs, vis-it- od his fathor's family at Hothi Sunday. W. A. Carson and little daughter, Djll.i, of IJjd.i, called to Sbo us Sat urday. Mrs. A. E. Harro't, O.vons'iorn, is visiting in tho Washington neighborhood. Thomas L. Haird, Kindorhook, went to Cauoyvillo Sunday, return -injr Monday. Usury Stovons nnd sister. Miss Ophelia, Haver Dam, attended church at Ho la Sunday. MissLattie I'irtloand little brothtown er, of Abbioville, woro iu shopiiifj Saturday. .1. L. Birnelt, Owonsboro, visited frien Is and relatives iu Kinderlno; Saturday nnd Sunday. Miss May Fhouso, daughter of Filler Shouse, of Lexington, will visit tho family of Dr. Alexander about the first of June. Circuit Court. All candidates ure invited to make headquarters here. Come one and all and try us. Wo are reasonable in our charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't forget the place, corner Market and Union Streets. Special arrangements will be made to accoinmodato the people at the Fair. Proprietor. Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery lias as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping apples as TB1T CZEZbTOTS mmm mm mmmi -- AT TIIE- - iii I A Childloss Home. can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two or three prices for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper' and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. " A. L. CHICK & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. m . m Inhabitants of tho Moon. Si'i:ciAt. v to thi: Haiuvoki.Ri:i'Uii-moa- IJ. How well (in I remember the Kith day ot November, when I left for the first titno in twenty years my father's house to visit our best friend, Charles Ruthfii; nt Rome. Four days later in thri early morning I anived at the finest depit nnd nil my imaginations of that beautiful sunny Italy were laid before) me. My friend, a mnn of nearly (50 years, greeted mo heartily and took mo nt once to his house, n mansion finer than I hild ever seen before Clitis; Iluthfus was a statesman, pi- -' F. 18, Smith and his wife have every luxury that money can buy, but there is ono thing lacking to their happiness. Both are fond of children, but no little voices prattle, no little feet pattor BETTER KNOWN AS THE in their beautiful homo. "I would give ten years of my lifo it I could have one healthy, living child of my 4- ! Meals 25c- Rates $1-0per day. own," Smith often says to himself. Newly Famished. No womnu can ho tho mother of healEast sido Frcderica, between Main nnd tho Hiver, Owensboro, Ky, thy children unless she is herself in MltS. CJIAS. ROB Y, MJIS. C. E. WILHjYGIMM,Props. good health. If sho suffers from female weakness, generul debility, bearing-down pnms, mid functional deThorough, Practical Instruction. DOOR-KEEPIN- G Graduates asstitetl to position. rangements, her physical condition fiVCfttnloi'iir free. Write to is such that sho cannot hopo to have UbRYAHT & STRAffON BO SINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY. healthy children. Dr. l'ierco's Prescription is a sovereign nnd guaranteed icnicdy for all theso ailSee gunrauteo printed on ments. CoaCLm.ea:cia-- l 0 Hotel PALMER HOUSE. Fu-vor- bottle-wrappe- Try The triot and scholar, who in Ins early lifo left iw native, land for tho sunny South ami was all over known as the Contain! One llMiWrrjl lUtljiw for mn : unit Hilt Ucllcloiu Cmndy clielly uwuy qiililtly ut Cru at lionie. TliU lx& li k'heu uud goucrul k lores. imowN's most nrrTnns almanac For 1NV4 For Job Work, SUK ,tiUhU mi ml I Hartford Republican " FRIDAY, MAY 13, 189 a. HARDINSBURG. Tho grand jury of this,onr county, lias distinguished itself. During tlio past year tlie. train lias been run over the I.. II. & W. U. R. on 8bV-o- ral Sundays for tho purpose of carrying out "timbers, l'lic me" who sont out tho trains, mid also those who assisted in loading tho timber, This is have all been indicted. Tho Sabbath is made Holy by right. Divino proclamation. If a sense of vo right does not constrain men to it, the strong nrm of tho ma ;o itself folt on all offenders. John Casio, of Clovorport, was in town last week. He reported municipal politics at fever heat i i hitown. Charles I.iglitfoiit has boon nominated by the Democratic party fur Mayor, while Iliiho Miller islioToro the people as the People's candidate. Charles Ole was i.i ti v.i I ut week. Frank Fraier, Dudley ll.iuibleton and It. L. Xewson, all of Cloverpnrt, wero attending court List ueek. o; .1. Y. Lewis, a Idi lin r the Brandenburg bar, was attending court last week. John D. Heeler, Liwwiea Mill -Jeff Hook, Jeff O.voi an II. (). Phelps composed a fishing party that wentto the Falls of lliuh list wja!.- to spend several tl.i s fit'iing, ob-sorli-vj1 rMiii-ur.mi-- decided dislike to the Jul), "My health is bad," ho wrote to the King through the roynl secretary! "and from my smnll experience of tho water I kuow that I am nlways He adds that the expedition was on such a scale and of such importance that the person at the head of It ought to understand navigation and sea fighting, and he mournfully observes, "I know nothing of cither." Tho happy thought then strikes him that perhaps he could shuttle off else's the business on somebody shoulders. "The Adelantado of Castile (he suggests) would do it better than I. Our Lord would help him, for he is a good Christian and has fought in naval battles. If you send me, depend upon it, I shall have a bad account to render of my trust." Mr. Fronde's first paper docs not car ry us to the final disaster, hut it carries us quite far enough to justify tho poor Duke's foreboding, for in another dispatch to the King he reports from Corunna that the weather, een-sick- ." A Word To Bojrt. in.itltNtiti!Jnrit.J THE PICNIC AY SELINA. lot o' ground! liosm-i- i Notico Stato of Kontuoky. OHIO OlIlCUlT UoUltT. miiiiii iiiiiMiiiiiiKiiKitniii.il JAY-EYE-S- EE il mill) mill, mir, be kind to loved ones at Don't wound youi patents' hearts with words of impatience and disrespect. Remember the love and o caro they have lavished, and will to lavish on you, from the craRemember what dle to the grave. your lifo has caused them how many sleepless nights and dreary days have come to them because of their love for you. Don't come into their presence with and air of disrespect and importance; don't imagine that because you came into the world several years after that you aro therefore wiser; don't get impatient and resentful because they favor you with some of their dearly bought experience and wholesome advice; don't expect them to see things from your ttatulpoitit or synipajhue with you in all your little RcniPinher they disappointments. have fought life's fiercest battles ami been sorely wounded therein; and they know you as yet on the skirm Boys, homo. con-tinu- That plcnlo at Hcllna Thar wm wliiuiuii, tunn miles around. An fiddle squeaked nti from fifty ZilphyK. Samuels W.S !. Samuels 1 i 0 Ntfticu is hciebv jiveu that Zilphy K. Samuels and V. S. Samuel-- , her Twaa a powerful nite o' plciuuro Jea' to nil tho husband, liavi tliN day tiled hi said folic whirl court their joint pi'liti'in, prayim; that Them loveljr forms In calico an awing girl afsaid Zilphy Saniui'sbn empowcicd to ter Klrl. It waa quite Intoxicating: )oil could hear the use, enjoy, sell and diivey lnr her rafters rlnir. own use and heuelit in.y ptopeitysho Till tho old men couldn't etand It au cut lh "pigeon whin!" may have or acquiio, free ftoin tlio The old tlmo "double ahufilc" inado the dust claim or debts or control of her bus band, and to make contracts, sue and fly from their heels. An 'twas Meh a Jolly actinic lu tho Old Vlrglun be sued as a singln woman, to trado reels; busiTho jounu men Je' un tho rosy gala in her own name and transact Inness us a single woman. tuit they didn't mind tho weather whtlo they (liven under my hand as Clerk of kept tho llddloKotnl Court, this lih day of Mny, 18112. "It's Jolly!" roared the rafters: "It's painfull" Attest, V. G. Haiidhick. Clerk. irrwuicd the floor; "It's dusty!" said tho wtmmcn, but they only danced the more An tho )outiK inuii called It "BsMa" M I think that they was rltfht. Liter complaint? Shiloli'n fun' joii. Nold b 7.. merrlwt kind o aonir. An It m "llalanco to )our paftiet!" an "S IfeT." tho whnlu ila' long. nud broKdtM creaked tha IMty petition in No.-JM- ) .nin. .lSr Mn. J. I. (' ,nrt ::u Urn j- - 1iuu I'.irm, homo; Hacliii', VI.,i. of luvtr Ine every known rciiicil,t, , 1 iiiiumu i. u.i n liiiiich S rrom u a tar old lilly, Z f two yenrs siuiiiIiiil-with throouppllciitloiuor &M T.LaiaHkvyAjTrBaas. ; QUINN'S 0INTH1ENT. ltlsthebestprepnrntloii linveexcrimcdorhenrd 3 of. 1 lieurtily recoinnieiid It toullllorsciuen." 3 1 UVAat hunJrnliraiieh 9 tiitlmuntuln. lvKlTOiMTHaPt. St. 50 pit linttlr. d..jiio( kiiill,Hvii.lL.-k'.Price, MAnw. Ask your .lruulst furll. If lit. .iuimnrRilrr.rurlrlHW'('X. W. 11. r.IlDY & CO., Wllll.lmll. N. Y. str . ,. p5f - w VII.t.1ll'M'l'l'i:itllli - "ilu!l7.cr i)Mpn l and nil ir.uiltril A Mmmii-(inllll- For tho old time (leorgla "brcakwn" made the stars dance with dclliriitl All day tho tlddlo's music was rlngln wild an sweet; The colored parson rolled It off an kept time with his feet; AU day-w- ith llu. Master Coinmissionor's tico to Croditors. No- onto ciitouir rotriiT. W. B. Leach's Adin'r, l'laintilf. Against. B. Leach's Heirs, iV:c. Det'nts. All persons having claims against the estate of V. B. Leach, deceased, are hereby notified to produce tlu same, properly proven, lo the undersigned, Master Commissioner of said. Com t, at his office in Hartford in Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before the 2d day of May, next, or they will be forever barred. This 8th day of March, 18112. John 1'. B.inti:rr, Muster Commissioner said Court. 8t. rtdrr $ ,jiU.i U rfl-Hhi- i,.Ji fiM 1 rnum si ill PI l I ! ;QC S WjjJJJ 1 J . i i 13 il "W ... HLimbCJS ' O ?w tliniigh in June, is as wild as in De- ish Hue. proper time conies, to think nnd hj plan for a home of his own, but don't There'll litkimrI times at Sellnaln tho happy da)s Ih, wl)n you Hut neer iiuy times like that for all tho boya imagine the time has come an me; put on your first swaliow tait and For the memory of that ptcnWj It'll llo a lain- (lrnl )cura. cravat. An I'll feel my old feet shuflllu when I climb !l2-the pildcn stairs! No matter how well you may prom-- Frank - Stnntnn In Atlanta Constitution. do, the day you leave the old ise to li) Kl.tXl'I.r.SNMimT ln.ul.' Signs on London Streets. loiijih. Miili'h"" t'liit-Hie nun'- llril homestead to start out for yourself in ilj In) ji.ii. Kur silolij Z. Wiiin"ilritllii.t Urn, . UUV UL ItlU INI?a 11111111 I'l -- . the world will be a day of inounnn- - wlmlmv8i trallillg III. tunc ,,, the W(lf s drivors ill DO Vllf il l.'iivrr. TO .11 UIIIY. .iixl.In "H to the old folks therein. S-- lis c.n'- o- they should go, Just becnuso these ln.ti.POINT PLEASANT. "ihI inuii uiilli'ini'ii ' clever Londoners won't brim: their in- - iili'iilluieaii'l iiii'iin- - riMiiall ni.r I'm' I'ninitiO Mav -'. Some of our furmers are fill and don't trv to remind them mi tellcct to bear Oil the tmllllllk', number- - if o, iu.(in. line tin ri'ii't and r.i'elte I eni i.f r lli.it lln lino it mm l.M llmird urn ' nvprv nn Ihui. nl.inlimr pnrn. mill utile lennt tn f lug uud lighting of their streets. This llierli'uil in itrilii'ini il :i '.r enllnl lm..i. . you are .iuxi.ih Im-i- t ' lug Tuesday of last week. getting ready for the same work. u.-i- .... ..r ..r,u ..fi.,i.n ...- ,- lln.. ijmh. uhii'li will ail.. 1. mi in. r.' Ii.'i.nhr.ii i'IiJ.i) in. ut Hi. mi j. hi line hid for mill) a.i.i'iK'h Mr M K. U'ninluiinl lnis return, tu Cillllf. Circuit Court adjourned here on iinjjehi in nnother and i ii'iuiU t i'iiiit.iiii itin.ri'.. of l Oi'ii. inuii )niiii4 u'nl littlu - ' Be courtouu to v.uir sisfr. Theic hetter uorld, with nothing to do am h IiohiuhI tfi iilli'ini n vuiitlnui'niri'-li.iii.Three ed from a visit toher son in Rich nl fi .mi Saturday, April tho iJOth III is an old adage, "that as ,,0 l,v all eternity to do it in; but with ex- - uniiiiiinrtlie uim-it- eii.. ri i! On le ori Inu r inuii i.r perbons weie convicted for felony, inoud, Mo. mIio In.. loiiii'l iii .illniilv umI l.n ii'...ililiiili. Sam Harrison for murder, Henry' Fd Iglel.eart, of lysine, visited his treats his sister so the nmfr iM ' !m.Um!.rjr" m, awf "of In !.'. ..ri. iinwi I, l...iil, lllnn M, r.M.m II, v ll.i). It Garrett, on three indictments, tor father, James Igleheait, last Saturday i treat his wife." Show your sister the vitality nnd time, At.av. l. and grand larceny, and Sumlav, If 1 were an M. 1 I'd make Mich & same kindness ami I'nititesy that you speech oil tills subject us would cause (!. M. Kvnrlv bus conn to Kvnns 'would tho fniivst lailv in 1... Im.l Tic uns (tivpii six ve.irs in tho noni- n I'ir2iif, tiiiil all Mlnloni Sheriilat: lo be us forgotten as ho is M"ii,....... ni nii t ttir, t.i ... .... ..I1'iMnisui) i ...... n iuil mi -- .III. !..(.. ill 'i.t Don't appreciate the teutiary; Charlos Upton was convict- - villo with a raft of fine logs. chair in dead, il mi If lew people dream of havim? ................ hit n... Mxa Mary Jained vintt'd her slater, the rnoni, and 'cave tliom to take t! c tln iiuiiiIht of their houso painted on cJ of grand lurccny and was M'litcnc- cA to the penitentiary for tlnee years. Mis. Scott Kverly, of McLean footstool or huntasc.U at plea'isv. the jjliuvi above the door, where the go Tin: oi.:n:sr iMDiouaii'iiKit in nttiis may chine upon it and enlighten tlm llii (Jri'i'ii llltrr couiilr. Don't miiiji them it j lipii they ask On Friday, the 2(ith, a meeting ol county last week. I'icltlri". 111 I he liilliiiiln i,h irl'- luimlrini; iniiid. lu tho present chaotlo tor Hie wife and son visit- - you a iictioii, or answer them was held for the purpose of .lames IlmUon, the bar if condition of nuiuben, even this ni'1 till' ill. mill.: v One il.ir. CiiIiIiipI I'lmliiul u'i- - Ki.no (laying a parting tribute to the mem- - I Mrs. Fannie D.ivis on Sunday, .they were idols, incapable of comprc IHii'-llun'form would be a boon. Coy. ,ao lix. .Mrs. D.ivis returning to Mellon ' bending n sensible reply. 1,111) ory of Col. Alfred Allen, decea-eDon't go Kate l'ifld's Wii&hingtou. Tlirvi-O. '! itfil i. ai'il I. oil A committee was appointed for that rv with tliem. into the room winch careful hands' 1I11I.) 1,00 IHii' "'" Iloni 13. ' i I It V. liehenor has an made tidy tlnow tin m h. purpose and gave a written rejiort. -In.) Iliil, pc- in non't put me In No. 13," pleaded On,"J.5 was voted that it should be spread singing class at West Point, so I hear, around so as to convert it into a cm - the latest arrival with the clerk, who .Villi lliixnil) Uiilli'p il llli'l II) ilicr' I am told that It, V. Caldwell, of osity shop, ami then won ler why yodiupon the records. wai nwi,Miliif,' him to a room. "Super- - Hut) pin ure lnmlr. ' nil ,iiil .rr aim. tlm elerk iiuerled. "tNo, no - elected Minor tlilour of McHenry.un.l Mis Helen D.ivis, of "thin-s- " are not always in order. A la.MKJi: w. u triiis, Wm. II. Bell wa" CMictlv that," replied the newcomer, '.III .M11I11 Slri'i'l. i" our town on .Monday the 2nd. of the litis Foint, w re married at the home gentle b y will make a in, "butiilittli'skittish." "Well, I couldn't ZZr. ItoiitN Iluun. month. of the bride's mother, Mrs. Fannie and there is no surer proof of a b iv's put you In u No. l.'t III would," stated sTsTofl Sl'::;!: D.ivis on the 27th of April. They cluiractet than his manners at home, the man with the diamond. "There to 8250.03 Isn't u No. II! in the house. We skipped SELECT. leceived many valuable proseuts from r' 'rif" mIih i limit. li .th tr 11I 4'i Him li tinii tn llu liiinf". that unlucky number in the number.Sitn itioni ut jdan- t- McHenry. Rev. G. J. Bean per- May .'. Farmers are bu-- y CROMWELL. ing." Tho -- tranper breathed a sigh of liu U' I'hiht.tlih fttilul !". Xft'u xacHiifn May 3. Our popular niilliuer.Mrs. relief, and the mischievous clerk sent ill uini ing corn. II, I. JOtl.NSO. A (O., furmeil the cercmoiiy. The school at thn plat'o, whic'i is, Born, to the wife of Will Hardin Hattie Gillslrap, Is with iu again, after lilm up to parlor 4, wliluh used to bo Wli !!! M.tin (., Uirlitiiiiinl V t. being taught by IVof. D. L. Binies, is on the 27th inst. a fine girl. Will several week vi-- it to her old home in No. I .'I, but had been reehristened tq suit the whims of the traveling public. WHEN YOU GU TO OVOSBOrT nicely. has had his hah cut short since that, Henry county. progro.-i- n IMI.I.O.N -P- hiladelphia Itecord. W. T. Tilfoul has moved into his Mrs. It'i-i.- i .lame U no better. The and i buy farming now. ll Know the Artists. little child of Caleb (Jrocn i si.me-- 1 L. Worth Tichenor has a good iiice.new storehoue, and is fixed up g When the late King Charles of : what hetier. school here, come down and "just right" for business. wai yet crown prince, and 1Q thi- - place try yourself nn new music, Misse Sallie and Nannie McMul-li- n, The .Sunday chool at wa- ordered to becomo engaged to tliu of Si'biee, Webster coiiMy, ate was well attended t We have a c!as of men here that ho was Grand Uuehess liev. Ja. DavU fat nl toiill hi- - keep the Sabbath by hunting turkeys the guests of their sister, Mrs. J. S. shown a portrait of her. After regard-iuit intently, lie exclaimed: "How on , appointment ut thi place other game.. This is as bad as a Montague, they have Muttered her! Tho ' sickne.-.- . Miss Stella Gully, of Morgantown. durin'ly account of blind, or any other kind of a tiger. hair I too abundant, the eyes are too Prof. Birch S.nel.N, Cnmmvd , w.i jt .i,,,,,!, i,e topped, reinembel, hoys is visiting A. K. Leach ami family. brilliant and the complexion too in town today, the gne-- t of W. X. v ,.,.. ). 1()v;tC( t(, Hartf0rd thi. Mrs. B. F. Burden is copvalrcnt. dainty." The courtiers asked, in "Hut does your royal high- - ' the finett ami SI1 Artirttr H'ml, Auetin. next court, and if you are. iiist take after n severe attack ot ciinjesiion uf "I dq tmy izr nr Ujlr. FrcJrrlca ik.,btUittu lies know the grand duchess?" tli.i 'wtrii.n.fili frol. Arthur lientry, ol this place, it a eay as you do your hunting on ' ' , not know her," was the ruplv, "but I Wand 4th. , Gi"7 l.i1 lie dog poioners still get in th ir week o i the Sabbath. went to Butler cnuniy Jt'Di:. know the court painters." San Fran-wor- k occasionally. Several dog- - h. ve cisco Argonaut. s. buiiic. I.ADIKS For Sale. died and some have been sent nwnv John Shultz ami wife, Pulphur Needing a totilc or dilMirii Hint want building A TI clilfill Maatcr. One.'5 year old mare, one thorough- - from town for safe keeping, nit. nlii.iilil tals Spring, visited fiiendaud relatives Gedeon's eoachuum, who hiui Jnt reIIHOW.VS IIII1X IIITTKIIS. hied hull, two milch cows and tw . It 'leuiit tuko, rure MiIhiU, Iiullgei ..ii. i!.i 11 . covered from 1111 attack of bronchitis, near town hist week. inline rrniiKie uiii?ira), who For terms, call on or iiddrertloii.un.l llllliiiKiios .WliliHlirskcrpll. calves. confined to hi-- i heil fur h vertil Is waiting to receive hisinaiter'n orderu. II. S. Boyal made .1 flying trip to John J. McHnsuv, "Yon ili.n't eoiif-now, Hantistu. week:! with pneumonia, U thoiiht to Fordsville Friday.ieluniiiigSiturda". 'U.f Huitford, Ky. Aro you lit to drive, do you think I" JOHX nOXUOMME, a d he somewhat hotter. G. N. Cox, llutltr's Mill, "Yes, ir," replied tho coachman, "if V,'HSiESAi Marriage License. his parents Saturd ly and S.iud.iy. The fiihiiig eeiijon U ah.ait o,ien, 1 wrap up well." iKI.KII IN K. C.Crabtree to Miss Mary Duke. "I thought of tn!;Iiif the Victoria," Triiil'iil KltriTS nnil liiurri'lliiiii-rlrs- . II. B. James ami wile visited at u delegation from Louisville will' r Tiiomas J. Miller to Miss Maggie said ficdi'd.i, "hut, hlionldtako Owonsboro, Ky. Frank James' live on the Kith with ,'uiij, fUhin cold, we hail better order out tho B Lucas. .1.7 Onlers lumn Shujei I'rmnplhj a Misses Lucy ami Belle Midkill" wvie tackle ami ilogH, for few weeks rec- - brougham. Kl Faro de Vijjo. Lafayette Dewees to Mis Itutb tended to. the guests of Mi L'iur.iI!oyal to dai. ' reation. . A Simple Mile. Wade Hampton B.iie vi.-iat .Mi'kinuey i visiIiiil' her . n eertaln minuter, not UK'ti.ir.l Mnnwri'li, i'rt'. John Petty to Miss Ida II. Wilson. Thomas An try's today. parenu in KoeKport. , ( tllscitJ., that one Sunday monilng W. B. Shepard to Miss Jennie ' NiTK'itt J. 1). H.icker, cainlid.ite fin- CirMi Allah IVler, of .Morgantown, he preached his sermon with the fol- Ing notice, "Hretlnen, I have forgotten cuit Court Clerk, was in town on the is with her brother this week, II. T. G.T.Fiench to MissVictoryltu.scll. my notes, nnd fdmll have to trut to 28th, ult.. mixing among In- - many I'orter.of near lown. Providence, but this evening will come Chas.H.Balph to Miss Sulalloover. li iends. Our ball club last .S better prepared." Now York Tribune. B F. Brown to Mis. Ida B.SImvcr. Counsel B.itler and l.ro'Jijr, of We have n good nine nud it .1. P. White to Mis. Fmiiia Nabel. near Cromwell, .n improved form of ehalleiige to a Scourity For Do"Dosit3 attended Sunday do anything ' will take a good club to It. II. Perry to Miss Leoua Lauliam duel is tho following (junker note, "If School hero last Sunday. with us. M. tliiMt wilt eat twelve unriH tipples just K.V.Caldwell to Miss Helen Davis, ' Quite au accident happened near before retiring at night 1 will do the !. W. Cates toMi-- s Ida Bender. town on the oOih, ult., James B.ii.i-'The Favored Clas33S. same nnd wo will see who survives." s Teachers, ministers, farmeiv, me- team ran away with a plow whileSam li. r line l..i. k,..le iir i liiM.iiM.Milli.h' pi. mm , ' A wiiter Miggests the raising nud (1 I'l.l.li'l. I'llie .'"ill III, -- nidi.) 'A. WliVIII'l.llllill n o u ii ( v eliiinies, nieicliants, as well as their Baize was doing some little errand A Un i. intllitfif. i.f llii.w..li....l tiiir.i.ii.u ..u ii. ..it -, who close by, no damage was dune, exwould terprimTlii which miiii young readers yives, dutighters and winSpeciCOOPERS. gs like to devote at leat n pint of their would bonirotollnd both pleasure and cept a few broken and a in this The fanner.' of the time nnd attciilion to a work that prollt if systematically carried out. broken doubletree iiiiilHime plow hail ru Ketti" vciy well, would bring them in n lot of rendr tiles. The team ran through u nine l,,,, Ko A inangrovo plant ha- - been successrail fence, hut ili.l theni-elvno ilam- - eoiMilcring the wet weather. Wheat nnney during the next ihw month-- , fully grown In tho University of Penn' looks well, hut few oats have hcen wou'd do well to look up the ndver-ti-enisylvania. Hitherto It has been found nge us could he teen. LAWSON RENO, Cneliior. of 11. V. JoIiiimiii & Co., Impossible to grow this plant away Mrs.A.S. Iveown vbiteil her moth-- 1 own Hill was brought Hichmond, Vn., in another column, from the ocean. The er, Mrs. .James lJ.iwe, nn the Friday night. us il may be the menus of opening up A chest protector made of papers that II. S. Koyal ami wife at ,u'loro t,,e will not rattle and covered with mm-m- l After being ilUeued hy the school to many new life ami larger Mi.lkilfV la- -t .Sunday. Joseph ' answers the same purpose as tho h ys and brethren for ties. Tlie.--o gentlemen have been CKNTKAL CITY, KY. Maii.m's Ai'oi.1.0. druggists. it was defeated by it large extensively and successfully eiigageil expensive ones sold by , . Mime time B. R. PAXON, PROPRIETOR. Limitim SuVlrty Nut Kxclimlvn. Ad- - majority. 1 he Hill wa- - introduced in huHiiess for ninny yenrs, nnd they Was a Woak-hoart- ed Has just heeii repaired ami newly Knglish people simply adore au odd- hv Mr. Hill, of New York. The nl.'.i ilw.t. n... i.,li;.w. ..I,,,,,. miral. furnished. Located close to Depot. Fa-- Wool Bill will be introduced by when they tell you they can lI.'.ii...ii i.iI Ni'ii "1".V." you . " .. : Mr. l'roude ha- - done his countryGood mcnltj or ""'i .... ...w. lunch. Give Mr. Miils, of Texas, on the night of how to better your hiiaiicial condition. ' out for some new thing, something that men n'n evil ure. I'or.'IO) years we the Kith inst. Kvcryhody is invited it a trial. will eiitertalu them, and nn American have taken a pihle h the thought to attend. lu London Is continually surprised by A Si'Udk.nt. ' seeing people crop up In society there that it was the tearle.-- s nnd lesouice-i'- ul liii'.illi t.0. I'ntuiili C'liii'il. Iii'iillli itn.l who would nut bo tolerated hero. ParDrake, the gallant and prudent HiU'il li) sIiII.iIi'h filial rli lli'iiui.ut'it I'lU'i' .'Ji itVVc il. adoxical as it may bcciii, It Is nevertheLord Howard of Kliiugluim, who de- - Xi. - ii injuiur fin-u- t ..Wn)wiiritiin.v iim, less true that good Now York society U a feated the SpanNh Arinadii. It now really much more exclusive than tho KINDERHOOK. Intervlow fashionable ut in lonilon. appears that the .Spani-l- i Admiral's is the order o the , In New York Tribune. T stomach and the rascally frauds of day. the Spanish meat and biscuit conl'lrnty i f Si'liiiuU ami Ni!iuif r. V. I). I). .Stevens is The Leading Fhoiographer. tractors had much to do with it. Mr. Chili Is a country for newsjiu- his barn. Fronde litis been rummaging ugiiin pen. There are more than forty ot J. A. Anderson mid wife rcturml Pictures In Every Style and 5iu. them lu Valparaiso and Santiago, and among the archives of .Siinaiicas.iiml, home PNiturthiy after u week's visit to theru others conven- departments. lu all the head towns of BQf"Old I'ictureu Copied ami target! enlightened hy the papers he has dis Chili lias many literary It. A. Anderson's family, A SPKCIALTY. covered there, he has begun to relate men, Including a regiment of poeu, e uro wirry to learn unit our 108 Main Street. Longman's the , . , ,r u i . .. sclenflllo men and a ' to the readers of nnd also many .i. ,,,.,, wiiu iiinve,is iiiuie sick ..:.i OWKXMIOIIO, KY multitude of statesmen and generals. J .'I7i .Spanish story of of .S,m.n's i.ieiiu, ii, h().( feycr i Tho schools are free, and the educa- - . . . R , , ... ..... ........, nhortive enterprise. , .. ., . vij. tlonal system provides (or provincial ...........3 .in itrpii. The Duke of Medina, the .Spttnish lyceums, normal schools, an aurleultu-'"'"ri. iting friends nud relatives in this com- & .. ... I. ..!..! -- . ...11.11.. nU K'hool, schools for tho artu und IT A uiy iiiii . iiiu minium iu ......I... uiinij jfe "RE5.-' ' muiiitv, nnd Hoiueono is hnppy. j trades, military and naval ucademica does not seem to have been nf the' UltAHSIIOI'I'llll, , , , , , nnd a national university, till support- HAHHKHS. BROWN'S IROS BITTERZ sin ii inni was iieeuen to try conclued by the Koverntiieut. In soino years Curculnillgcitloii, lltllouaiivM, l)iirilu, Hala. '.ii.iiii.linii Ml 1 1, OIIS t'Ol'UH nn s sions with Duike and his illustrious nnd t.cnertl iHWllijr. there have been 1,000 students nt tho Opposite burzer and near Uoverpnrt I'm.' l.iM I. in nun uii.iiuiiti'i'. Il tur ..II- - rla.ti'enotuiieu, It. All deal'. ri Mil it. Oeiimua ncoiniHviiil Ui.tel, Clovorport, ly. comrades. lie had from the Iiist it iuii, York Sun. HuM l. .. W.i.mii. ililillii .1 Mm. SuutliiKo unlvcrsIty.-N- ow tuMUftJo mark unJ cruitcit rol Huts cuwrappcr. t" I i I cember, and quaintly adds that this "is the more strange since we arc on the business of the Lord." Ho then goes on to say that his ships are dispersed, his crews sick, and growing daily worco from bad food ami water. "I told your majesty," he exclaims, "that I was unlit for this command when you asked me to undertake it." Clearly the Spanish admiral had not understated the case. Don't be too eager to leave the homo nest. Of course it is natural nnil right for every hoy, wheu the Je' a breathln spell'long 'bout the time o' noon. The dancers kept In motion nn the fiddle kept In tune. That picnic at Sellna-- lt ain't to bo forgot, For n feller felt us nappy's If ho owned a house an lot; And when I tlilnknbout them gals In ribboned I MQl'.lLiS.HAURIA 1 iSlksM T W Dlrr .cr' .monSvnm A - f- k - .0 - i u iu3 in - r v . i - 1 i - r " r-x r v. 1 a ZZ' WY'XZ'iTx'K H t A calico, feel like Hltiglu,"l'rele the lord, from whoa all blessln'a flow!" mlghbou tnlkitiff To pet tin oriKiiml Chill Tot ie, U elfl ' iimg lo way nk for r.ROM!', nnd dimt i;, it'itri d C be just as good. CnfcNT.i UV t'li'll r.inic l.nlds full or"d c :niiik4H dote, while many if tin; new, untrinl t. " tiu.u's only hold )j os. and U js lrrge .w nnv dol contain Imt twenty-fou- r to tMrtv ill ch. I w .. ! lar tonic and rotnlls Mtipurm't'iii'il I v lAilJS rt) &i uii.il - . .V . MEDICINK COAllA2;V, nM Uy till l)itiygl.st.s. y m.jj., P" Hi ?f'' 'l ' ( tt '' j. U kM A,u VJ.' 'R , W Wl. S Tonic which hna ' imit ti 1 'J :s witisfiition, nnd T' t iif.vir.al T C'-U- l I ,5 , . tt rln 1". h m t f 1. t ti' rnovir. ..m,iue h. r v. lT Adjustable Extension Stand. - i.i. i 7 WKENDAiJs SPAVIN CUREfM li I -- , uitc 111.- I house-breakin- g ' TUc .11 on l urrrnanil ICrutrdj rvrrdlcov o.l Uii uU rrr.1, H ti rrrliln In It (Ilcx'lt lltitiT lU'il proof U low j ea-ic- -t I . . I Kendall's R J, KrMiM, Ihn-nlnjiit h hori ii ))M. Urtiln-AlM- iut 1 ltl-tlli- Spavin Cure. Miittwooi M.. t4kt Md., Ha S, I VL Inex-ienl- e-- llLir iMa4lttHin rut )uur Kvmlall' 1 1 ATorpii'imiiriiJrtl litWliUlittg UV1 It rlf t lktftl'cvr. unl ttlui lil htn. Mlu fur. )lU. A1E ki I vtrnt yut tt uhi ir K. KlUMiMOB. d. ..'! , a-- Kendall's Spavin Cure. I.Mi.rx, Wnrnn Co., Va., Jumti. lsv. Dn.JI. J. Kimuu. Co t lAr Hint- - I nun! My itut I nncf IrtM a lml cf )our Ki'iiilairtHjii.tit CnrtMn utiirtv o'l n n iMitlrclv rli. ftii'l Ituwhll tltn lu'llli lu bnnt npno Tho rtmovliirf li. lilM lttit lurtU dUiTM 11 rnrilinn. trj iuuu tlitJti4 0.ii hrt Murk iHf It h Jlt(tfull your. E, Kitofiu BiUornT. - rr :,&;;:. Tw SUnl, Vmic rn. AtUFtir.1. 'lnni flUnd. Hibl 8Un.1 I iurr Mn.l I mi., irtU l'rlor, library. Oltlff. riiU-- tiary i,amih- l- her I tu uv. t mm1, niil-lnil VeL lUnl (, , L . 'Ut Ilrltfht ti1rulil.M liuh., Wrtrft.t It i f 1. 11 li llilli hii'i-r.- K. .!.. I. I'tliv.tS, KKMMtiti't.llii FOqicENI Uf , ,111 Kendall's Spavin Cure. Columbia, J.tv,Jutj3l(la, Vn. II. J, Kvctiiix t IJftitft I harrt rTiftiikltr mmiirtl un raw nf Imiif iHVtn with yiiiir'KtiniMll a b,Hilu Cunt, I llHYriltlljr iHniiuiiiJ II luavLL H.C. Kytunr. hvvltulUi ! SfANOARb d. Wurt-pmbiir- sin-'ini- C.Theo.Cain, (till har It or can crl It for of toniu2JrviaoD Wrw rrU$tlcrbolt!rnr?libottIrrrf AlMru ou, or It w HI ut rliti ty tbe - Iwaqi :mamj DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosturgh Falls, Vermont - j Ilu-si- OI-i- i, u TWiNBROTHERS to-d- ay DRY HOP rrrxtuTingTiv Pittsburgj irr.; bv J. iJfieisv cor.ct ofo n ft in n i . YEAST W Y, THE ' seems islied tO to t 1 1 lit f ! -t 9 :. tfSi'iaVvl end (iri.'-- f got T Kill i i tl.c t i i . sW . ran RISE c t4 1 - LlfiHT h ... ,i; jteinw: a Mtir VVZffiSS - vi.-itJ- s j a.d "atlrioo YtAii cc aitnoir MICH The ZlZ2-r--Z- 11 to-d- vnTfO M 7& ijU 11 MV ... ,...,,, ol Slllti-uieli- tij Li V ".'.('.irM-'i.Viit-.l'- '.4 J It n TJ I i - U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. uu ii.liiiinii, uuil nil I.IH-.ltt.ii.t.- - i.i ivmliil lii i.r HUM ll.l'li: H'lS inn ..irMt- - it - llll. Un l,i.ill.' III.. . II,Sv lull-Il- l llllill- ll.liM- - I M. lullf nil Mini. Ilnlll ll'llll.ll- - Mllll llllll Till, Ill II unlit I.IWA II l"llli'lii. nlnvim Hi. h.IiIm' In I.MI in imliiil ii. 'in.,1 ml., in ,M Ul.ll.ii h lll.lllll lli".lllilili:i'llll.l rni ilniinir mllliv lilii.w Mini llli-- nn h In 1. bliiliil i lii'lil in null nun Sliili- - ('until) i nififj: 1U t ?;' l.rsN HI W s s( nn, filling and wiping Dirt falls out when the chimney is taken off, not into a picket as in other ccutrul-dranjjlamps. l'tttting in a new wick is a very easy matter indeed All this seems strange lo one who knows how troublesome other good lamps aie. It is in all the good lamp-store- s. Send for a prime;. ht evi iv v r ?Va.m! c.' l i : ,i m : i : ;, e f- If nn i t only care it rcqt it 's -- rj, uf i : . . t in i """ I s I 2TS,000. $Accouii of Farm '..i.i.i "mswssggBgBB I PuMiii'sli. Pa. PlTTSBURCH HkAsJ! Cu itUif lilhe 'I'I.ii'ilNiii I) V U 1 rAlltNT ' lap-riii- 'ly ''"g es cnt ers a r Merchants alty. Interest paid on time deposits licits your business ConniHM'cial LT- - t J ppSr ill il . Hotel. IS THE BEST. 0Kw Hone suwrxi machii op. !.B.9 IniTOHNUt mini II, FOR f,Mt -- 1" " 'Ii. oHumtns MitinP. y "" - vi.-iti- Agents Wanted! II. A. J.OZKIKUifeCO., Wholesale Doalers, f fcitwirt j". - I .... Iw llT.fjn ilS CLEVELAND, O. LifiHlfSEST Embodies EvERyDESABLr; first-clus- :0 Superior J St. ManyExclusivelyItsOwn. Improvement I A New Line. - i Corn-pliinlin- . i. ....! ,,,,. have added to full line our stock of Carpets, running from the cheapest to the finest Brussells. Housekeepers will find this a ience. They can get Carpets at home. Call and see them. PILE BUCKEYE OINTMENT: CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. h SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years aa tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rnptMkuicimiosox.TmonufcD. tu., ht.loi'IS. if 4 't H r J'i fLEIGANTLY "Finished See Our, SaeftS mvsf flVETEARS SENT on ; f A LIVE AOENT WAN TED IN CVERY TOWN KOIt msiMU'HIA l.'.e l'lirilcliiit rerommcnJ It, All ileiilcra kit p it. ti iw iht Intlle. Ocnulr.w ban trade nmrk nnil iToswd od line in rappijr, 3I10JM3fj''03CllUB-- J JOIOiOM SlllH'S3nS0t)t 3uUJ0iu 3ii jo ji;3 aiji i a du;c ! si( llrnttn'a Irnn lllllcr, l to Lruli-i- i i " ', I Hocker Co. 1 ?lTfl reliullilt the nyitt'in.nl.li ilUotlnii, nninvet bile, mnl mrjt )uuliirU. (ii lliuuenuina Itrowii'n Iron IJIttor dmn Man r Pnrnons 1 OM 4J. nitk uioi r f iuiuo) pn XddtH nm I 1'lijil-dau- -- And tlioM troubled with ncrvouineu rciultlnff fiom cart or overwork wilt be relieved by taktnn own' h Iron Hitters, aeauiaa but t radii in rk wi crowd red Unci on wrapper. Neuralgic Prmous Organi trtngtboned and eiuargad, emli. Hunt Hopped, Luat HbbUchkI iMItrM, vuricoicle, eak back, loss of memory, diulntu ncrvoiniicsf, tteakneat rurett by the i.uU A written miArnntPA nf riir. wiih ftX Imxet. Ki'tlll ttiltnn fnp n.ptlMil.M w m MP llouiPtllcti. UNDEVELOPED Jlly 1.00rcrlTilxboxcifof A,.n. A Pnn .kl lir uoo .orlU Cccoutl Utrcet, till., Fa,'