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OFFICIAL ORQAK OF SUEECEIIE von tjji paiiihm, THE PARTY !H THEJOUR.I. COKGI'S 1101 At fflM, REPUBLICAN TERHSILiS Fir Annum. !a Aiuoct, FlK' $1.25 lci . j.ar. VOL. IV. LOVE MUCH. HARTFOED, KY!., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892. iiniuim.tinii is made, and tlmt when it is made it will practically be by uu- enough uf cliimiitioii. NO. 44. I Sn.W rooeive better witi for their labor 1'ltOFESSIOXAI. GAUD. Hartford College Report, v. than any nation under the sun, and Quarterly report of the geneinl av- . V HfHn IEd.-w.l3aJ. li.m rnur I.iivo much. Earth has ' HvCivniB llmt under a Hojiiibliciin Govern- - ernge of the students of the Collegiate Tayj.oii, PitnsTH.Kv, M.O. Altonl l.uulriiiiit laurnur.ni ! ! !l 'Pl .! lullor in it; ....! ATTOHNKY AT LAW, H ctftiil) ql Hlnte J in: mi ) inaiit, more laborore own their homes Department of Hartford College anil ii ijiirMinn ii iigiuii iriinii Gist w eels into it cup whene'er nent this week. Senator .Morgan sue- W.J. Ilfii.liiik Minnii) (Irni'Ml Institute, for tho Fourth IIA1.TFOIM). - - KENTUCKY. He. that thoy occupy, thun any Foreiini When God made' the .world 1. C Niiriimii Aii'liicr... Jtlll CUII, ..Ilnir) Hull' No liciiit fit Imiil hut Love at I.i ct ceeiieu in getting a motion to rcier ms niude every living creature ii friend. Nation. MaxiIt is not n ueces-ii- v that Term, . tiding June .'1, 1802. TrnJiriT J.K. R, Ariilllllll. J..,UI1V. J. II. Hwimvci IliuMi-rnLnii'Mitlti'.7 v rc.Miliition, which .Senator .Sherman When the Flood ruino tiffcidcstrny the both old pirties unite together in mum, 100; minium r, 0. We desire limy in it. Wjlll'llllt (If in ri... ....'. "" J. 6z "7x7"ed.din.gr, Love in the giuiitl iiiiueviil cutise Miys piactic.illy i structs the Kinance wickedue-- s of the world, and the order In 'leftMt the hut i very pulioti uf the College shall II. I' 'I Iiiihh tlnii IV S iiil.'l'illif.c I 4iM.iii. of num. I,, ili Committee to report a Krec Coinage treutiirea that were to hegaved marchiccc'ue u copy of these leporls: 1'ilrty, fur neither is h iffi Sunt I! Polk l.ililirm iililir I'l llitrr All liutu is foreign In the fir- -t grout 1IAHTFOUD, KY. Z. H. Shiil'.z !I7, Hen lm Felix 00, bill, to the Finance Committee de- ed into the urk. There ,wus unt one within I In mu r.) plan, tnilic..,mir tiiiln-ou- 'r Fo-le feated by n vote of '2S to 17, (.Senator Will tin .n.r.i"-.tin ill!, Kva Pi.-tlInn tin. Dli, ;ri, n went in alone, but 'cjucc byAliis side W'u Iiiivh shown s of iiih'i linre. ltichunl , Hlnl limit III Ullli.ii.nl Hillnlsllltl.-iilllltl- . hI I.nvc much. Your heait will be led Hill was present, but he declined to III .III .1 rlll.'lltllill Kit. II In mnrched his truo'frieud, and It is the who onei belnugi! I lo the mi ciih1 L. II. Il.n in It DC, Kuliirt Nelson !)(!, ..ai til v Hlld i Iliitill M.imli) III Mn) C.l.ll fi.nt Clicnll nut lo slaughter n,. .Niifriniirr , I' L'Jt I'ople' Party, but they Imvm quit Silas Tichenor Oil, J. L. Hn.wn 0(5. In it On. alter. built of ei.vy anil and vote) and ho h trying to get a direct desire of every young lady nnd genJip " i nmiiimiiliir.ltiriii'.v vote in the Senate on his resolution. tleman, b.iy or irl, to possess n true tho now Parly and coin jeick to the Emma i Imn s 05, Eniinu Fuir 05, deceit. V Ihililitlik 1, I l ..iuihIknImiiJl'lliitnll Love on, love on! 'ii breed upon the Yesterday the .Second National Si vor friend. The stormed tossed earth i old Parties us Paul and Silas di to J. II. Barnes 05, W.H. Ilh.iu.ls 05, wnier; Coiiventio'i with Delegates from neuily far too lough for one -i bear it alone the Phillippiiins: "Cryinj,' what chilli OiVcu Williams 05. M. P. Kimbley 01, --I I' Ul'il' ii Iii.Ij... It plmll be diet in liMvcjet nt your HAllTFOKD, KY. '..'..'',". iniri'ij W. U Morton 04, Sophia Davidsun all over the States assembled here for The kind uf friends we want is true wij Ilnnnii llllirk t ini,. buck in the dotn bo f.et, Will 'Mi li. - h irufcn.ol, in (linn un I n.lj.ilii. rtCI'iijItir M,.riil....: 0 1, Si.ldio Davidson 04, U. C. Harthe avowed purpo-- e of trying to foico friends. initi'O.ii.tii-)- , nnd Uie cnurt nl O.ie,, 4 who will share the old Partios." I'liliavciKil uiiiniiii, mo-- t divinely 'i .l r 'I" Ai..li, -- jko Juil. r. W.iviil gladly fllOlllll III I .l.l.ll.l.llHie. tll. M MlHwI'l) nil. in kHi .. li . .i(H.ilo:if . Silver Legislation in Congress. nett 04, Anna Hawkins O.'l, Lulu ..III clouds as it were'rtlio suushiue, one sweet. the .1 b.ick iutn the fold, nsth.-OIIji.i norlli Q"cvA.3s.T2r5iTr asvxvr. li. 1'iiWii -i- imri.. 17l Johnson 02, L. N. Hurncs 02, liuih Representative Henderson, of Iowa, that will vi-- it you in trouble the fame I'uiitl niinriK" Hie .lul .Muii. In) In Jii.iinl), I .lit',. Iiillf.li fill,- - J'.itli I,. ..V.III, have li.id their eyj toetli cut hu IF,,, ,.,.,,, IF!. itiill,,.,ti , ...F.I, .....V... A.iil, lul) iiinl ii toiit r. m!,,,u " Amrt lm veO' Combes 02, Ida M. Duke 02, Mabel "I'uech, us in plc.imre, one that will adminis" K. H. WW . H. I). HI.VRO. "" id mid Miukcn. their robes while. C:'A:t :f Claims. Hubbard 02. J. L. Klmoie 02. Lulu Your truct betr.iyed by tiiaiiy n fair '" favor of in ninendiiicut to theSiin- - ter to yoin wants in sickness, the same Court flu llii1 ll Mnitili) in OitoLr ii.nl Times mu bettor here, us hist hh Imiiii.i), , Milli-u- n fuleo lure, 01, A. 11 Ki'iilrow 00, Stella dry Civil appropriation bill, ollered ns in health, one who will sympathize was a if o I cntji yeir and ti n rcssic- -s cs-.-r.I.i'inouiit jour faith, mid let new y Mr. h,,,, (lf 0,i0( but nlc(j ,n Thoiuus 00, Lodford Tiuinan 00, W. with you in ull your trim hies, let them would .lu.iliV. i ..mi. li.M iii Mm. Ii, June, hriii'.nU r hive bum triiM-- i iiwnkon; Will In r, lul .nit of t ilnli i.ilii III II. Haines 00, Saliie Crawford 5)0, J. .iiii.ll. irnit.--r In Sill i.rmr ('.unt(Hi... ami n.ljoin.uK I on a point ol older raised bv' Mr.Hol- - be great or small, to the little child, ,. .ml nml Court nrAi-ii. In it ii itluiiii fur the e iiirm i is su.n 11. McAfee 0,). Su-i- e , . llioub elouil8olf.euie them, vet the 1,1, ' . 'lllltll l i.N. CoIIm Iii. - nnj nil liynl nllvn.lfW II iwinuu 00, A. iiian, appropnatinj,' 3100,01)0 to pay mother is its truest fiiend. r M.iKi.II.), I ij rt fiiyl'ii .i.iil.il.li' hi. Oiliop, Ni.. li, ovi-- Ali.l. flar.s me pure; Ihitnnr, of money t.iki.i olit of tin itry F. Stanley 01), A. P. Thomas 80, Ella I.). Love if u vital fmce and iiiunt en. for collecting nud piihlUhing slatis- O.ily reflect back over the past u I H.IHii, i, lis II., I'.. by the Peoplu's Party in Hening 88, Minnie U.we 88, -. Khmi , II. 'I"rL'' II. Maggie tie showing tliciiiiliihtri.il advai'ce of i'cw short years when we were but L Ii.lklili Ii, Uli- ic way nf in.tiition fees :m q m-- Davidson 88, Anna Fogle 88. Ida l,'!!!! lo very mall children ami remember it te-l- y Love i.iuch. MeuV miiiLs eonliact thu colored cit t Mm. i. . i, t, i. feci. T.'i'j Tiiir I Party en i von Kendor 88, Minnie Koss 88, E. Tra ATIORNEV AT LAW, Imii.ifi .t,..', .i with Mupicinii. January I, 'il.'l. llU'tllll ( -I W I'j J Ii i, luUi. i, lie ahl that the I.. i.,.. I.,... uiuiiu, IIIHIIII'I, ..i... i.: i II llll iiiiu t,....i of tho iii ln'v i p ilitiei m nr cy 87, Hucliie Siiiulerlur S7, Aitie Shiim mi tluiH with waim love, and colored people iiumbeied iibout one- - the niiishel linger . . , i IMn li.iin.ll,;, ', J. I. M ,lu'-.! II I I..I..I. Imlli iih arli.H, for V c.l -i .' in I. ik.rnt.-- . i, , ', .', A Bennett 8ti, K. E. L. Siiniiierniuu 81!, v eighth nf our populati .... and that tired iittle feet symyatliizcs with (.11 II li.)iir.'ili-liil.l.- '. love, unt cieedti. that from alow ,' by the upecial all uur truuble--ami but us h.ibyhui.d uu office seeker th.it li m Im ii p'.m Fannie Kcu.ler 80, Adolphu Johii-o- u , IR. Ix. Vxred.d.irxg-, 'Vidence taken ""' II, II. I. Knlkirii, ( eondiiiou 1 I, i.....i i, li, it, li, 85, A ice Bowinun SU, Hen C. Gibson committee, which investigated the days were fleeting we soon recalled nin r how to ri lo iutn office W llllrt . Leadi maiikiiid up to hiightseii...l, I will h'io.v yiri r 82,Lauia Render 82,Ettu Thomas 82, WnrldV Fair, showed that tlicso 8.000 our echudduys an J lound we needed oral years and M Mill), II, li'. li, 'i. lutmc and raiid. e, i. )W r if, . I....IM. Third Parly man. In An.' nt,'8) ) Nellie Hennelt 82, Lena Carson 82, (Hi, that the world could see and 000 hud been given not u bitiirlc ren- - u I' Mlll.r.iili-lul.l.uue iiieuii. liieiimust uml wi I iiiiilei-tani,llB l,eoIl,e '' (Ulhc'L' l.v, '" '''y 'eit0 Wayne Grillin 82, Muttie Uetiuett 80, ' Will l,'t",M ni"In Cniu.li r IlinlJIiiu.) niirlnl resentative on nny of tho various be some with whom jniiare mo.e inti-- ! ir..l. mlnn in nil Uie the Hon. Cinrh'S D.i bi , a Del ii gli JJiiilcy iO, Love much. Carrie Wierncr 7!), 0n a"' i'ii.inin; . oui.iu- -. aim. .x.iinry Thcie N no wiihle iir board- - connected with the iiniiiai'o mate than with the lest of your I'ollrr iurl. In ely giving to the Couttit'itinii.il C inveii Jessie Smith if), Maggie Stevens 11, i eif.ito ineiitofthe Kvpo-itiuHe said it More blesicd - it even lliau lo re- lioikl'.-- i I J Mil lull, J'l'li' , - I' l)lr, nil II. D. Walker 77, Mary Smith 70, .. t,ll.. II ut.ill.w. .. I....I. I... .......I..! llll'llI .II) IMilT'll.l There uie two peci.il difiicultics tion, ho e'uimed to ps-s- i ".-..limn; iiini.li V l li'l,l I W i llHIII.I, I, jll.l.'l', I I...MV.III- .- , On,:, the Ani"ric.iii It is uopiii the Third Party piiueiplei aud He who luves ..k'i.ULl - I l.itl.1.,;c,li U- -. J i" llullllii, lunch, nloiiu hndslile; . 0'"' with iudiuna- - attending I'rieadslii). 1st. It is still hur- - all thu ijitiH ii.i.lj1 t'u si I l'j. fiwl Sallie Westerfield, 75, Verlla Duke 75,The Quisenberry 75, Nannie Tho..,iiii' u real friend, 'J.. worth living. """; , HiliH kn.-- U I. Il!iu, Ju ' . W I'll '"-- t 'I'he President, Love on, through doubt and d.irk- - ' tiling tint t.u u, ,. us 72, Ella Cox 72. P. L. Barkslnre iKMI'll'il. ace impauied by der to keep him acquainted, which is very Ullkl. lii'hl, jll.Ur. I.,.. H.I-.win tr. .ron.ton tn hM tie- -, ami jSecrelaiy Klkin,Posl..Master-nener- O Cii.k.Iit, afterward leflurs us into friendship, "Clurles'' did, w.u to vote f ji- - a 72, Florence While 70, ,,Eva Morton . Ol.lo nml niljulniii); loiinlli ., ..lul iii the c.irt. ui I;. .IM..-- I1 jiiUf, ,.. llieC.niri.il ,1.1.-a Tli. i U no il.iiiL' which Lnve may ' ..i v.ui:1i1111.nr ,lni I.. .., isufenur-- c cisual and they who are lawyer an I the next, wh'ii the. p.irt ii no, iuium lieroo, . n,m,. , ni', .nanei iMinoiey niteuiiuii vitt-- i.irlleil..n. If I'llllllUM l ' ' llllt.UClill'M'. .... ..!.. . ) A Oilier, ort Millnmm, ...!ll I. Un'i ilmiolArv. (illlri'ro. Oilier ,,,., .,,, ... iu icave lor first to extend the hand to embrace '"i't to uomiiiite i c.ii lidate, they Cnriune C.x (id, Clurence Field (i.'l, ' Koehester, EdnaGritiin GLK. A. Westerfield fi.'t ,. J it r.ii-- 1, lew 1 nrk, where they go you arc seldom those whose fiiemUhip numinite I a l.iwyo.'. If the e isu ni.)i,r .. . - i ... i W IN i mi I 1 i .. :..i lJt t'A- ... i,,l. ,,,,., ;., HID f estei field 02, H. Weisheinier lie.lo.Vs i.i p.itti i all the G. D. He cautious in e- e- ty that lung. .Jim...v f.,,i ,,, i. II I.i.M llll I... .,ll -- llfi III I'll'H Hi J U lim.ll.) ,. r ' WASHING TON R.'fJ3UNGS. erci-e- -. lectiug your fiieud and look long mid money in thqnfud.i of tho few it U 00, Susie May 50, D. F. Roll 58, Ilany Huberts 53, Elva Motion 52, It can be slnted on high authoiity well before you allow anyone- to say tlio Peoples Parly, that the President is entirely satisfied he is your bosom friend, and that on . is a' pirty tlmt believe-shar- e lames Satiderfur 47, Lulu Morton 40, If there AflUirs nnd WorkinRS of tho n. iu,:inr,ii,sinnti iihi'. Iliit.l in. I with (Jen. Kauin's management of the li siupius each other's thoughts ami hj- - in clmiiiro out of Willie Moore 42. Fannie Hnni .'J7, Pooplo About tho NaShU'iIIi i Imiil ,1 It mill "iiiulu) In r u'li nii'iitli I Pension Ollice, ami that he has at no crets. In selecting your friends bj l!n V. K it is tho Third Lillie McGee .10, Willie Cdlius .'12, hii'iIkL rury S.m.li) inuiiiiiii:. Il country, tion's Capital. I'iili.l'.i.lor time had any idea of making a change cuefiil, sweet language will mult- i- Pmu. If thro is a P.uty th.it Lulu Miller .10, Ah. C. Yeiser 8, M. "iiliir. llniillol riiiirrli.tni' illnf .l in that oliiee. mi) I'n'li.r. killll. liu"l 'l. nun, "limit) ply fiiend-- , and u luir speaking hfliovos in nominating lawyers, it is Collins 5. I'll.. II. i J .Ma 'JTih ini.rniim nt Sccielaiv Llkins made CLASS DISTINCTION. 4. I.' t'lillrrll.-.- , rili, I1lt Ali.l'I lnllllll tongue will multiply kind greetings, j t,d Thiid Party, li tlmw isu Party iin.it iniiHiii iiit iiuliiieal state IlirHolini'iiilli i1ililli-- i I,, Mil ill mi Iih k Ilic Funi-Jack, Jill and tho Tie, (ski: cataukiui:, imiii: 10.) I,. II. kl i, l he in peace with many, nevcitlie es, tint boiievoj in ul.iss le'islatiuii, it siiuIm) iiiuniiui; l. iri Wrl. wiuk when he said ment of Z II. Shullz 5)7, Herlhu Felix ill!, M. JU'lmrrli, (i'"l irinnii) - j' S.cietaiytheBLi.ie had irpeatedly that j r,"ie l"-- 'PHi'Wlit ril.l. received by the have but one counsellor in a thousand ( u tho Third Parly. il.t iimriiinu ii'l nlulit rilillli.Mli'll ' It bus been Richard Fester 00, Eva Pirtle told l.i'i.s KKIuur. 1'rf.lur. 00, L. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT , hut few ,.mju, "forniai.y aie the friend-' .v s.mio of the third Party since he ' re"",t,Mt ,,r(' Vcr' " Alplni lliiplNI. siilu. I"'I hiiH tin.. Picsideiit iii.d Inii.-el- l. R. Hurneit !)(i, Robert Nelson !)!, Silas lllllil lllliU) lll.tlillllf lnl llllllll '..IIJI.IIII When womanhood ul,u t,M'-''ey command an that are true." Is prepared to do all kinds of Wils tl0 iioiiti mi o'f Id J J Hi iiiih l'iinr winte the letter to I'liaiu.i.io Claik- - "rL '" " Hlvo'ilit!. Tiehenor 0(1, Jus. L. Hi own 00, Emyears have come and goue, and child. t!l0 iv;il.j's I"1',,,u """" "ulc . 'son, Hut lie would in l accep. the lrtv t divide the ilia Williams 05, Emma Fair 05, Jno. Dental work ut rensonuble prices; " ,. . Thii wa the case with a let-.- .. ll.lt.il ....... nrwl ... no'iiimiti'iii if it was tciidncd I Hill. '...ii li.lt ilrnnm ...... llit, wuiitn ut tiiu country iituoiiir all tlio II. Hani'.s 5)5, Owen Williams 5)5, W. .. .iV. ..' yoiiiig ... . 'r ""' uestern girl Ja- -t evening uf life tells us the time draws people equ illy, thu- - deprivino' the (I. Hlmud 515. '('Iiiiiiuiiiii Cluik-om whom the A. J. SLATON, M. D., wwk- - wl,n ur",c' '"',' tireed '" near when the iissuciuliuu with frieml-o- ii li.inl ..ilmiingwas made, still says that, j in in ul' a p.t of the slatenient SECOND DISTINCTION. & ",h1 llskvil f,,r "'ctl.ing that the earth will he no mure; then be- few dollar.-- , ho has alll.ough helm I l.e.i..! dinctly uun.ii dated by M. P. Kimbley 5)4, W. E. Morton KoriiK'il) of MilInntMl, now Iik'aU! ill I hope to the golden siin-i-- t, ll!"' ' u yond (mm Mr. Hluiue since he ucuumI his . '"" "r ' lteh in I nf his lirnw. the appeal 04, Sophia Davidson 01, Siddic Da- - titM, utter ho' imilexiuuiml nervitf c In (lie icoe i liml watching and wailing for me a Jm)ioinnKl iilJolmiijtoiutHH, OITl in rr. runners and labureis .id- - 01, T. C. Harnett !)4, Anna declining in dcco'iic a c.i.i.liil.ue lor cra.y ipiilt to be sold at a church fair, In ihe ;.in hui'i((tlit Dr. Hatleu proptiH.) Her letter fell into the hands nf one true friend. .ttly- the nomination, he has rc.i-nhis of and ask i.icili lo k thu uselves if Hawkins 5)1, Lulu Johnson 02. L. N. of th. young ladies connected with "w" for believing tb.it .Mi. ll.uiuc 11 they have ever ilerivj I miv bonurit Buiiies !)2, Ruth Co.mibcs!)2, Ida M SULPHUR SPRINGS. W the While llou-- e and she was so SECRET GILDERS. 0I "" nm1' '',e noniimitiiin i fit Some of our f.irmere have iiliim-- t fi.nii the in niuy linn luvopiil out Duke 02; Mabel Hubbard 02, J. L. ""' much iiimird by it that she gut u Vr,. i4L. C) slioulil be made bv such uuoveruliel l,. despaired making a full crop this year in tho T.iird P...ty. Elimiic02, Lula MilliuauOl, A. R. CIcpiii M.iXHrll Cniii, ,Stt. X D'prtr hunt inc majority a- - to imlicate that the nectie uf the president' and sen: it to Wheat uml grass never W u.t Uii.i.. l better iu:rwi:i:N Reiifiow 00, Stella Tl.ninus 00, Lod-ioi- il KiiiMk K), int'ctmit Uur lord, K . , iti otulHlunUyol the gill. The letter is no clever that ill I'm h nmiilli ut f. M, p.uty believed hi- - mpiiiuatinu nece.--sar-y in this section, tun wet fin clover, Truiuun 00, W. II. Hurnes 5)0, L0USVILLE1 and MEMPHIS, I give it verbatim. C. M, IU !rTr, Cuj.tniu. It read-- : The pools sin;', iiid.iiuty ibwi.or, Sallie Crawford 00, It to Kepublic.in succcs-- . I a great deal nf coin not planted. . I.. I'owt, S r'iiiiit, J. R. McAfee 5)0, My dear Mr Hariison, ami certainly an iiidie.itinu of Some that was planted e.uly is get- Of summer da", s and sunny climes, Susie Bowman i)0, A. F. Stnuley 00. I know il'.i a shame PULLiYAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, success whoever is lumiiuutcil Ot ben ilenus iiiiiideus jiassin TZ. .it Miu fnir, ting quite weedy. To bother you now, FI.OM AM) TO ueapolis, that the he-- t of feeling exJ. Wi II.ihm.il 1'iift, ,n, s, li. iHrtiriit Sjhool Report. ll.it I'm not to blame Mrs. .1. W. Petty is quite sick of Tiil, near thu end, you're apt to seo-T- ii Kti'liiilulm'flm'Vi'ryllilr.lMtiir.ln) Ht I o'rlurk i.(Hivii.i.i:,i i.- ruin, vii UNiioiu ist between those wh-- i wi-- h In iiomi-u.itAt least not so much Report of Chapman Schoolhoiisc, but an ".id" for P. F. P.; The Doctois pronounce n 'iun iioia:.in.i sv.w oiii.i.a.nt, r. M.,iiil'.iiirt.Iluiiv.', l.i'iKliliil.l, K). For Jack is the one .Mr. Blaine juid iho-- e who think Distiiet, No. 55. HelnW is given the llll llVIIIlllll.. I'.H. IIhi mk, ('inn. her in thu last stage uf that dread dis- tlmt -, Pieicu's Favorito Prc-cripH. Who first put me up the President entitled to the uoiuimi ion. the infallible and Miariiiiteed avenme deportment uf the pupils in ease. To the thing I have dune. The Quick and Dcsirablo Route tinii. District No. 55 for the term ending Thomas litrrett, of Parrctts Ferry, rouiu l fnr all kin Is of female wouk Hu told iiielasi night PioaruN MiikTux I'ml Nci. 1, TO AND I'l.OM May (!, 1802: The presence of .so many prominent invelH eierv .Si.tniili. lielori- - tin I'd make for the fair Ins filth week with typhoid fever, ness, which If is in cuios tho tiilmuuts of Ni. V.nk I'lillti'i'll'lili llii'lilimro - has lilh-A e ruzy patch ipiilt Eiilu Newton, deportment, 100, miii. In) nt lUn'iliHk . m. In tin' ..iinrMiou-- r t is thought to be u little better. feeble, "mu dimo" unit dubilituted .S.irliill. UliI IVInt 'inliirl Itcpiihlic.inI'. C. Jrl). llnitfur.l, Ky. l t,il And put in a mptuic i;ii'lini.i'iil IIiiU'iiIii wiihpuliiic.il iiimnisnfall soils, one Scholarship, 81. Tcssie Tiehenor 100, .1, M. Ilimiur, Adj. Mrs. Hello Cook, of Daviess coun) wniiieu, uu luiioi'oi them to x outli 'I'i.Ii. In Olilrinr.i ' iilliill'iinli tlmt Hariison ol the mo-- t iiileicsliiig of which is, Cl.l.'llllUlU I...III.N i'.li- ty, is at her father's, J. W. Miigun, filluu- - and beauty once more. The 84. Mary Woodward 100, 80. D. lliui worn he would buy Enttoin and Northoiulorn Poln'fc Unit uue of the ubjictsui Secretary I uiiilersliind she is imroving. price uflliis royal reinedy,Dr. Piore'so Stewart 00, 87. Eflie Shaver 05, 70. sick. Tim thing for himself. VleUs" iirx lliil.ni If. mi" ninl Miiiiil.i llliii.'e's isit In N'ew Ymk. ibis week, Xu lu.ilter how high With thu-- e exceptions the health is FiiNoiii-- Porsoriplion, is but $1.0.) u Jaiiio Stewart 5)5, 70. Dellie Shaver - Uml. Hot New drlujii Mot He l.i.U'The price I might ct. 5)0, 7.1. Oiiiu Wesmliehl 00, 74. Coi 'I iiiiii'.- - was to get (Jen. Huiiice I'm It r, who In splendid so far us 1 know. jHWttkifl J.rih ""' bo Itle, nud iiinuuy refnudej in every And mi, don't you sen, li.i.-- . uccnily added fiish laure's to lii Arkniiru- .c-- a iu Tuxii. Our merchants uiv all having u eise if it doesn't g!vn s.ilisfaetion. ra Westei fie'd 00, 75. Omit Tiehenor If I mumigtt thin plan . I., iil'l'iini 'i ml tl nlli mill Iiiiihi by infusing l.ew life iutu the 5)5, 77. Ida Simmons 51!), 74. Georgic biisiue-booming . How nice it would be! See rii irautun. on Siiunion-fc!)5- , (.iruiit Montimciit ciatiuii and ,.SI)UI'll.ST. 77. Katie Pirtle 88, 7:1. . Tho railroad fiom Foidsvilln to Jack gives a imat sum, Tin-IITow.ud our fair for the poor, v l ill HiillKliI TiiKitr.v. h:o.ii.tii xyi:ii. i.ni..uii-)- u Leslie Shnvor 100, 71. Harlan iiil...'i ninl In making it eeilain tlmt the muiiey to Hnise Branch is an A KATVBJlX. 1III1DT, TO cerlaiutv. till., ll)i: "Until lll)HI II llll I Ull.' OM.i.illl Receiving instead 70. Andrew Biird 04,' 74. llrl flu." iiiullliuii,iiii! irniili'Miii nii'li builditlm luouuiueiil will be in sight win k will begin at mice I urn toh EpUeptlo Fits, FilMBg Skkiiess, Hjgter-le- s, inVHU.uiTKi.v sum:. l tliumvili cur What lie values much mine. leiil nrriiligi'iiii'lit in ro-- ? by Meiimiial dav. In agice In Loyal Bennett 5)8, 8 1. Sam Shaver ,1l 'i The luilroa.l company bought Cnl l Hlllt CllllVI'llil'll. c ll.l' tlllll' And then when I marry St. Vitus Dance, NerrousneM, A t MH'UI. 05,00. Wayno Pirtle 08, 70. Richard sunt the name of the to Uw j Davidson's lariii this week, lo t ibe 'i ... Dear Jack, it is plain i i.tiiiiM li.i ili" I llnlUil Lxi'iiw- IihIiii. 'Jfo Bypochondrls, Mrlanchalla, liea'taclio-- , liillionsnes-- , Liles 100, 71. Virgil Riggs 100, 70, Tlmt Mr. IhiiihUIu National Conveiiiiun. nglit-o- l I'll own both the ipiilt ilM y a M(nil' nii'i way, and pei haps some other ; ! Slecplessuess, l)Iz diiiibs-- , c.)ilsiipiuinn, sdo,', - Malcolm Pirtle 100, 83. Jacob Shaver rniiliU, hi III" I..- -1 ninl iiiii l Miiine )t'reouully ilesiKS the Prcn hiiiI And memento aguiii. little tilings tliat might be there. The . e tuiween Iih' tw eltri'ii'V n i.lli'ruil tins ldiies, scrofula, tho 90, 00. Ilipsley Riggs 00, 74. Willie zfuess, Bralu and Spis.rvii ,7 wi ileu to ho notiiiimtcd is certain, ' uml ruilroad will cross Uoiigh Itiver at the ,, , . . ,, ,. , ',.bui.t'i niin.Ti1ilii i ii.l till iitlit tl ihfrrn a 1i nun uu shin eruptions ut. Shaver 05, 71. Alvis Bennett 100, 80. nal Weakness. .on iio.ii it woulil' lie hut rusIi h thinu u? only HAYNESVILLE. dun iftiuiii ii ni'phhm t w. i". uimithof Caney. ,.-Feiiiioi'.i lllood nud Liver remedy Mary Shaver, 95, 71. Annie Tiehenor M.iy L'O. I have just leturned tcli a big heurted man as Mr. Maine Pjio Huno PiniMco W.H.ProuW.Gsc'l Fats. Azl,,loumillc, Hr, could do Tbl medicine lias direct action upon ami Nor"n Tunic i ever fails. War- - 100, 85. Eva Bennett 95, 77. Sam to nsk Oeu. Puller to make f i 'm a visit among friends at Owens tho nerve editors, allaying all Irritabilil iiln- - runted t) satisfy or imiiioy lufuuded. NIIII.OIIW It Mil .It.born, had u very pleasant time durRowan 510, 72. Jimmio Hennelt 80, ties, and Increasing tlio flow and power the uoiiitiiadnspeceh. nml i'iilt'1 ir t'ntiiili, PiiIiIIii-ii- . 'iiu.iMiiiitli. 44-4- t. 73. Allen Miller 00, 75. The riiinjoiity of tho Democratic ing my day. I attended n Sunday isnl.l li) .. Wi.)iii llrlllln A Hoi. i.nrisvii.t.i:. m'. i.oi'in .iTKX, u. it. Authn of norvo fluid. It Is perfectly harmless e Bennett 00, 72. Viola Basham 00, and leaves no unpleasant etiecl9. ineiiibirs uf the House found tho pics-uu- Convention at Pleasant Ridge, C. P' X'ultuible Hook tm Nerrooj ,u"' xnv ?iy,tK """ ''' u i. 72. Lyglitlu Rowan 100, 75. Esther LooUd lit. Lui: I lem ailuy. Who I1U3 11 UUg Soavhi? lo .,rzlii.--itoo great for them to ktaud, so Church, about three miles below m.. Vi II . tl , puUtuu alo ulitala FREEs- - iioor .eut treecab viy M.inw Mr. G. W. Dugaii, of Danville, hiumj ii.vtllt'li.o free uf cliun:.. vitutuor i hup, Westerfield 100, 74. S.tdie B.isham they voted in a Dcmoeiatic caucus to the city, on the C.illioou and Owensho. r m.v. i, imj. sciiiitiiiLi: is i:n'ix-- N w Tkli riMut.lv Uu Ifsou prautred brtho r.ovmio '". .Nii,.l, Kentucky, remarks: "The Quiiii.'.. s,,"'-- ul fort Wvue, lad. Iuc.MM,ud 100, 71. Esther Bennett 90, 71 Will Pi.ior shelve ll.e ami option bill and give ro loud, it was a pleasant affair, dinUiowprepAruauudertiU direction btb. wir iioii.Vi). linii). Piii). the appiopiiuiimi bills the Ointinunt uni sunt uie him leinnved v ner on the ground uml everything Liles 100, 70. Albert Riggs 00. 07. OWEN8BORO. KOENIO MEO.CO., Chicago, III. I.V, l.lllli-ll;iin. in, ii i' p mi. Sjiavi'i and gave perin the House, iiotwithstaiidin ' so nice! Jtev, Willis Smith, the be- - u lar'o Uo Muy '2.1 1'uiiit Ah, Mr. Printers, wliui Tolbert Miller 05. 71. Ernest Stewart Wi s.llii.ni. T::ii.. in at 1 per Dottle. OfbrSfl. Bold by Urur-.-UThis lenedyis n ii.I7h.iii. m; i, hi. ihe prospect of Mi. Hutch, Chairman ' hived pastor, tiiail to eat a lew bites fect saiisfucl ion." Ilriiiultiiliiiiil tarKoSlw.Wi.73. O Uottlei for SO. von made me make. It wu.h 90. 75. Charley Hellin 510, 70 Sophie li.llii, in. S''i7 in. IrtiimliiM worth many limes its price and will , ot the Committer on Agnculture.wlio ' with every person there. IH.i-,k.irv Wa,e Howley 10J, 70. Muttie Howley 100, It. III. H.JI l. Ill vli .n....ll WlK H 111.11 It. III. tl.lli p. Ill ( liinri'iiil Hiyiiesville is not dead yet, farm ruuiovo iiiK'nisiius spoku uf the almost iiuanimoiw desire lor wiueli miu Uockport, instead of Henry Hale, ami 73. Ellis Bennett 100 71. Art Pirtle most ut qcmiTT. MSTIJOCUITI. ... I.llllll III. Ill III II. Ill, Ilitiemllli' 100, 73. Ethel Helliu 75, 00. Willie nf the ers are in a rush trying to finish plant' would frn lly pay tifiv dollurn. among the farmers for Mr. McCu it was W. A. Oucather. III ... i'l 14 II. III. Ill II . f)H't Simmons 100, 73. Maimie Liles 05, . I.', li, i. iii 11:11 Mr. Hatch and nig corn and preparing ground for hill. Ovll linlmlO nil IIMM:I'.WI I nml l.lvr '.nii.l.ilnl en, of For.lsville, Iris also accepted a 72. Mizellu B.tshum05, 05. Pliimmer i..iii. in. ii..y.i hi, SHllHllj suppiiitois of the hill threiiteu tohieco, the recent rains have made ). llHt.-l- . ..illll'il UOi.l M.lli'l i, I'll ) hiIII.i,iI position ut the same hiiu-Me Ar, Hi mil iriui l;J.i. in. J" ii. in. . . . i . . 1.1 " .s,"i7, ' to lilluhiister for Hie pin pose of get- - tobacco plants grow very lust, .of -- IiIIiiIiV Vil.llx.-ithinks there is nino altraeiion ut Oiv-- Dennett 100. IM. Ira Mi!lsap0'),02. Ni. rl, Beverly Newton 100, 81. Otis Howling it beluie the House, hut it is not ' which there seems to be no seiueily. li.ni) Hull). KWHolt.Mi. CREAM PALL3 OP ROUGH. ' ' ensboro fnr that young L'entlcin in, ........... I .1 Ml I . I.I .1 ... .1 . !.... u. 1.' ui'iikiuh joeaeueii .1 ui-vley 100, 70. Stu: Cnowi:, Teacher. r. uie inuilglll nun me) win tiare in iry in I). L. Smith and d iil'hter, Mi-- s Til' ii. in. :i: P. si l.. Iliii.l. i.fiii May "2'ith. Tun burk peeling is Tl ii, in, '"l1'" Siiilrtilli funeral nf Mrs. W il mm Church, at unset the decree of a imriy caucus. No now over and most n thu nun luivo Aiitha, will take in Decorutiuu at x.l' II. In. (1hiii;ii) j Secrelary Pelligiew wants the Sen- - Panther Creek Church lust Sunday, (J. M. liruett hani'l ii. in. Creek to.npirruw. l.mlirl x ' In thi-i- r hnuu'S. II. ('. F. Splinter's house cauuht fire (joiin it. in. iimp. inYEARS ant to adopt nil iiineiidiiient upprnpri-Illllllll'.. .. FOR went to Hedu after his family yesterFarmers aro busy planting iiin. ',HITHMt . Has led all Worm Remedies. ...'...,.,'. 'ii' J!. !!!i nting $ 10,000 Tor the eoiitiiiiuincft of on the 8th. imt.( uml would have day. They will arrive in O wensburo Ml il,(llJ.l.. Mr. Smart and his. sou, who have ' EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. InlTiiili.ii experiment in the in tilicial prnduc- -' been consume had it not been fur in. T.ii'i i to make this iheir future home. "Mr. to day, . Iliir'ii been hero hauling Hti lliiiii.ld.liiiri; .. SOLD EVKItYWHERE. the assistance uf Mimoof his neatest live nf rain. grand time they will Oli, what u li.a'. i, in, S III i. Ill, Wint I'nlllt Tn,n v ai(.ntiiDo.HTi.ea . co iT.tacn. , who came In time to stop llond, rotiiruod lo their homes last Chairman Claiksou and. other ineni- - neighlmr-. I im i, ni. u.ii'i p. in. ,M, l,.nilillc have at old Hartford ihw week. How Nil l."OirM'iil.uillliiini..liiil.l) rilii'ii'iT.)lii Monday, near II ir I ford. National C.iiniuiitee left the'ciiiisuiuing element. 0"h '"ul iri.ii liiit. n.i.i i. z. my niiiid goes luck to a Cmiineneo-- i "ll""l,ll" JViiiiu Nu. Jil iiihl ii. AJ In.k. t.iiiiiisiriui i.l hers of the My uttmitinn was culled last week, Wl,.-lirlHlii A lln. iti. int.. l.iii- i- heto for Chicago, wheio ul Grant Winkler, tlie blind singer, is Iniimt.in (aim lr.yexe..t..i uiont I intended there years and vears ,. i . . didMUOU aod I......... H .1 . .. .in. M. ii... i VckDocs. Ualul.. ineeliiiL' of I hu lixccilive C.immtllco in the nei'liliorhn'Ml. ami is expec- t- to an articlu in your paper higned I think H Htfurdhus tlie best, K.ir fuillii'r liiliiriniUlon, r.i.ln Mimt IkiiiihI, . . . .. - :... i. tiiun-yi.:.. RON ...... ..i p- ois It eurei....qi.:Ny. Jtar liflTI'E' . " im.i ueinr.i.or, is tu be held previous lo Ihe full Cm. ing to visit l.cilu ninl IJurtnn x.un, II, C, lllltl.lli:,(iwi. I'.i'i Av'f. " I ml Bt!m ; v,..iL., Keiiiueky. It) JRulnu. I.o.ll T.ll.. Ul. tuclldm uml will give them a moral eulertiiiii- - 1' never nu uApwi.i.iy renm irum vi-- e nil yutiiig people to alien. sclmnl miller, which will be In Id ut Miunu npuli- - mi Juno 4, (o complete urruiit.il- - inent Hint they will surely enjoy, Inr ihn Republican Parly, boeaus') thoy at that place. Pliii'Ai'i:. odWUsktylaMii imoWN'8 mos DiTTi:nn ai.ma::ao Mc- cured at bono with. for IHfllleclpru trr 11. : ments fnr the iiiceling nl llm Cnven- - ho never fails In make hi- - iiudieiiee i novor pronisnd lo mlievo thoiu. out p4lu. Book ol mi rontnlnii On. IlHiulrtil c1om-h- . "II xrillllirAC.'t." i liMint un. Irurml Now Mr. Reformer, nro ou nut lion on the 7th. Ml Olurksmi thinks bulb cry and laugh befuiv he i lui: ilclliloiiHCmiily IS limply i ml iiilil.ly .KUunKn. P..i'.i I it. nl '.i i.iiii .ii ii) Z. BlLUUMb)'Ut allltf aI.W(Xll.LKY.U.l. lit llOlllO. TIllS iMMlll I EiNNA. .iw.iio of tho fid t'nt our laborers Wi.)liliiilliii.t III.'. there will bek'veiul bullnts before u una uaucral ulurc. K ' State Directory .i -- TRUE 7HIEND3. I r J. Kcwe i H O-leoa- i. I csnrrv Bsixsr.T, ! -- !f. er I.- ii -- l .,. tu-a- j 1, James I t- Attorney at Law, -- i 1 ve I -, I wu-h- ed I ! rc. Attorneys at Law. ii- I i.u-ih- I 1 , 1 Hurl-li.r- l, i. I 1 ry -- -- .. -- .a. ..... tl--t- 'll Perry Westerfiold -- i , llll fni-ie- i l! 1 Attorney at Law, Roslne, XS.y com-pinion- n. -- I -- I -- '. .1 I.-- , 1. ('in-ill- . ,.,. 'i. Hartford, Ey, Ili-I- nTnlfMx?' AORJ" Mil,. V ,i, . I - m, & WBiTi I I ( ( " J v I I J DENTIST.. i I tlr-- -- )e , a m bii.-H- u, ... f ... P.iy ! - Physician Surgeon, ,,", 1 XXQ'rr' vSnllrtnlJ , -i a-- I 1 Sons cf Veterans. 1 o. j. n. -t K.n-liu-lJ ii Cli-vn- 1 s Wi-.- u ,r bo'tllo-wrapper- Tieh-ennrlO- O, VgS Sgfi llmi-mu- - Pip.-idc- nt ' g-- "r i k.-.- L . r"" t.li-tltltl- I ...,,, vv . .r ''" !. nglit-of-wn- lf -- nil-la- pa-sa- M i I unti-oiiii- - I e. . -- 1 WORMS! WHITE'S 20 I ! .1.1. 1 1 . 17 ah-!!!i- - 1 u.ii-Jii- . 1 tau'-b.irk.'f- I Tracy will also dle the best Hay Hake made. " V.EM1EJI1E to-d- ay -- "... .. .. ..... ..'.. .. i "" ! 1 I I i liomombor there no better machine made than the Connick Mower, llt oep fau. Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVKHY F1II1IAY MOKNINO. ROfJKHN. jo.a,n BAKXKTT,'""" A.l 111...... v. 1 "' 1893. " FRIDAY, JUNE 3, Republican Ticket. Mill N1IKI11FF, Clayton L. Woodward. rou ciiut'ir m.f.uk, Soptimus T. Stovons. Co.M.Mi:NCEJii:Nt is grand. Tom Pctit is milking things very interesting in the Second District Congressional race. this Democratic Congress keeps on, the only (s)cent left in the Treasu ry will ben bad smell. Tin: attempt of' n certain class of Democratic politicians to estrange Blaine and Harrison has so far failed. Ir "lli:i,i, on Wheels at Syracuse," aZ is calls the what tho Ctoiiner-Jbiinirecent Cleveland Democratic Convention in New York. John Lowi.ow, the veteran showman and genial gentleman, was with John Robinson at Beaver Dam the 'J.'ith, ult. He is the originator of tho well known nnd popular expression, "13ringon another boss." tribute to Labor, or Salllo Quisen-berr- y's Mnid of Orleans, or P. L. Berkshire's biography of James A. Gar field. All wcro excellent aud tho A Great Event in the History of ringing rounds of npplauso that followed tho young orators to their seaU, the Best School in Southtestified to the appreciation of the ern Kentucky. largo audience of attentive listeners. Ihursc'ay Dr. Alexander's class in Closing Exorcisos of Hartford U. S. History, Prof. J. W. Lytlo's class in that interesting study, Civil Collogo and Business In- Government, and Prof. Wm. Foster's Btituto, May 30 to class in Latin, presented a very interJuno 3, '02. esting programme. Thursday evening the second division of the class in Rhetoric delivered A limi'.l 'SlMHAItY or thi: WOltll. their orations. As on tho previous evening a largo and appreciative audience gathered iu College Hall to hear what the young people had to say, and they wero amply rewarded for their coming, in tho excellence of the pieces delivered. This is the way they camo aud what they talked about: L. Truman Fortune Favors tho Industrious, James R. McAfee St. Paul,Lula Johnson Good Name, tho Immediate Jewel of tho Soul, Ben C. Gibson Big I aud Little You, Siddie Davidson Our Ship is Upon Iho Ocean, M. P. Kimblcy Hora-tioti- s nt the Bridge, Mabel Hubbard Good Society, Whnt Is It? Silas Tichenor Heroism, Bertha Felix The Will and tho Way, Emma Will-iam- s V The Present is Ours, Eva Pir-t- lc wayi.and ai.i:xandi:i!, ph. d. Uii and Diwn, James L. Brown Patriotism, Luln Milligan Twenty The last week of the session of 181)1-- ! opened with flattering prospects foi the most interesting week's exer cises ever held in the whole history of work ami the the institution Fi, SV has fully satisfied the higher hopes of the teachers and pupil. t "Ho Was a This was her first cfTort in Hartford and completely captivated tho audience. W. H. Barnes' "Our Social and Economic Futnr." wns an ingenious dicii"loii nt u popular subject and a mactei piece of delivery. Tho beautiful chorus, 'The Old Canoe," was then rendered to the delight of all. J. L. Elmore' " Annng the Heights," wn mnd in thmitrht, next to faultless in dieiimi and beautiful in delivery. Mrs. Nannie Spald ing, the sweetest of sweet siugcis.thcn sang "Thinking," by Wl.ito It was only ono more laurel fbr hor bow and another link flint hiuds to her more firmly still thoso of Hartford's people who lovo tho beautiful in song. of McHeury, sang, Prlnco." HjRkj, their friends were more than fulfilled. Rev. G. J. Bean conducted roligious exorcises, and tho program mo was Solo Miss presented as follows: U. C. Barnett Ella Duncan. thcuin Did tho Grecians Excel? Emma Jay Fair Tho Valuo of Criticism. N. Burns The InfluStella ence of French Literature. Thomas Tho Windows of tho Soul. Solo; For You, by Sidney Smith Mis. Nannie Spalding. Lcdru R. Dead, Though Sccptcrcd Barnett Sovereign". It. E. L. Simmerman Tho Sesame of Success. Solo Miss S.illie Cue. Sallio Crawford Drink Deep at Natures Fountain. It. D. Walker A Glirapso into tho Future. It wa n great feast throughout, but it iptnoined for the inimicnblc "Bob" to bring down the house, ANNUAL yet tho most sangulno expectations of .("in, M M vr Mn..T. t. f?Aie. flll.'knrt' :irnv Farm, home ofJay.KyfrHve) Hnclua, Vl.,iuyii "Anertrylnif J ecry known remedy, 1 returned a larfto Uiidcu yenr tUndlUK, from an car old llUjr, ! of vltu three application of to " QUINN'S OINTMENT, j s III UIHHujrV IH MIVRCMiaK. ItlatliotxitrrepiiratlonlhaveeraruMdorheard, X I neartuy recommend It to ll nominta. S . H'ttare hundrtiUtJ inch tattmonialt. rrlce.St.sJperbotllo. Aikyourdruml.trorlt. Ifhe dovftiuil ktiU,ftnliif2.c,fltamt.oriillt'rlfortrL1&ox. IQTJJQXJQItiudc hakk. v. it. i:niY & CO., WlllU-liall- , N. Y. klllMMIMIMIIIllMMllll'llW!!::!;.1!llltlllllllMIIIIIIIII itStv x r Quia a c 9 $mHLS. .: a aiacKC-i- WHY DO YOU GOUGH? rou know that a littlo couch U a daneeroui thing V Aro you awnro that it often fasten on the lungs nnd far too often runs Into Consumption and ends iu Death? People Buffering from Asthma. Bronchitis, Iueumoula and Consumption will all ten you tnat Do "I AlllmiSS. Last night was the tunc set apart lor the Annual Addrcs to the It. E.C. and Adelphian Literary Soeietics.and a very interesting prograinmo was Instrumental Duet presented. Misses Jessie Ford and Ida Duke. Invocation Rev. J. S. Coleman, D. D. Annual Address; Men and Woman Rv J. H. Boyet, D. D. Clio-ru- . Tho address throughout was benuti tul iu thought ami language and was delivered in that easy, attractive style that has made the speaker so JAMKS IXONAlID KI.MOItK. popular here. Tho great truths Z. H. Shultz's "The Fate of Reformso forcibly presented will no doubt ers" was a masterpiece of thought, find lodgment in tho hearts of the coupled with good language aud young people who heard them, aud smooth delivery. will bear rich fruit in tho future, After a short consultation, the making their lives more successful judges, through Judge Johnson, pro- and more glorious than they could ceeded to award the prizes. He made have been had not this feast of good an elegant little speech, complimentthings been theirs to enjoy. Wc only ing the efforts of all the contestants, and regretting that it was impossible to award a prwc to each nnd every one. He thanked Dr. Alexander on behalf of himself and associates foi the honor be hud conferred tlliun them in his invitation to choose the most ( meritorious from such an array of raro talent. Ho azaiu turned to the class and paused. All was silence, rd, ileep siieuce. l'Aery nean ueni for all realized that' the next word spoken would be (he name of tho winner. "Mr. W. II. Barnes will come forward and receive 830 iu i gold," said Judge Johnson, and as the young man arose aud stepped forward the audience gave vent to their pent up entnusmsin iu wiw nppiause. "Miss Duke," that was all that could A1IIIAU Ki:NCIS WTANI.KY. be heard; the young lady came forregret that space and time forbid our ward to receive the second prize, 825 presenting the leading topics of the in gold, aud the crowd thundered great address. once more. their deafening applause roNFKimiNii i:mi:i. J. L, Elmore on behalf of the de l ht is Commencement with featcd contestants arose and in a Invocachosen, manly nnd elegant words programme as follows: tion Rov. E. E. Pate. Solo; Only rankled hi assured all that no Year--M- rs. Nannio Spaldinjj. Sathe bosom of the fallen, for they had A Thus lutatory; "The Paths of Glorv Load been defeated by a noble foe. ended the ablest aud most brilliant but to tho Grave" 'A. H.Sh'iilt. Conferring decrees on tho graduconflict of mind against mind ever ates, Ida May Duke, Ph. H., Hartwitnessed in the Green River Country. This was u proud uight foi Dr. ford; Emma Jay Fair, B. S.,Hartford; His great heart swelled Stolla Thomas,). S., Hartford; .las. Alexander. with emoiion as he came forward to Leonard Elmore, I). S., Waller; Althank the audience and the distin- exander C. Foster, I). S., Luf.iin, guished judges for their kindness, Tex.; Zebulon II. Shultz, Ph. 1)., saying that he had rather be one of Sulphur Springs; William Henry these young soldiers (pointing to the Rhoads, Pb. I)., Metropolis, 111.; contestants) than to be the victor at William II Dames, Ph.B., Hartford; 1). a Waterloo. A., Abram Francis Stanley, The Hartford Orchestra, composed Rochester; Charles Einiuutt Cook, of Miss Lizzie Moore, Murvin anil L.B. . A., Habit; William Foster, Jr., Bean, Henry Hardwick, Jesse Bean, A. I)., Hartford. Honorary, W. P. Lou Render and E. P. Moore, ren- Arnold, Ph. D., President of College dered valuable assistance in the way at Flemingsburf,', Kv. i Valedictory; "In the Still Air,' Music Lies Unheard; in the Roujfu Marble, Beauty Hides Unseen," Miss Ida May Duke. Thus will end the most prosperous vear in the whole history of Hartford eminent College crowning with success, the tireless efforts of Dr. Alexander aud his corps of noble teachers. The Hartford Orchestra deserves special mention for their excellent music throughout the week. So, also, ot Mis. D. E Thomas, Miss Eva Morion and others for their able work at the piano. ioi-waTo-iiiffew-welill-w- ill ilp 1 dFlK riPEMH HlTCTADTCnilflTU ? .vJ with so serious a matter ii oinnicuffiinniivuii Cm von afford to noirlect it? Can you trlfla Are you awaro that 1 AM t for Coughs, Colds nnd Consumption Is beyond questlen the rreatcat of all Modern Komedies ? It will stop n Cough iu ono night. It will cliock a Cold in a dav. It will proront Croup, rvliovo Arthma and cure Consumption if taken in time. " You can't afford to bo without it." A S3 cent Uittlu mar save you ... n $100 in Doctor's bills .....j navo your life I Auk your druggist for It. or writo Bto W. II. IlOOKEU (K Co., 40 West Hroarfway, New lork, for liook. m fciBiAiai mmmm m mm aiam DR. AOKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY ': : iiI.Ij1 roVeste!ess ft '"U,J DAILY WEOOItAMMi:. The daily exercises were excellent Winds and floods continue to do their desolating work. Kansas lias and for the most part well attended. been visited by dreadful clyclones, The week was opened by the class in the lower Mississippi country bv floods, History of Philosophy under Dr. Alboth of which have destroyed many exander; Geometry and Ray's AlgeBeginning bra, J. W. Lyile. lives and much proporty. WillGrammar and Tin: State Teachers Association nt iam Foster. These elases have done Paducah June 28, 29 and 30 promis- good work aud the exercises of the es to be a very interesting nflair. The railroads charge one fare for the round trip, and the hotels give reduced rates. It is very greatly to be desired that a number of our teachers attend. Wc should be glad that Ohio county be represented in that meeting by at least a dozeu of our inos-- t energetic teachers. y 2SSinl yj Book-keeping, fo QH I LLS,M ALALIA ; IN f$3SgF lar tonic and fls pleasant aslemr Syrup. l ItlC'HAIlI) FOSTKH. Years Hence, them. It was a treat to hear who has been slushing around in the teat in Con- John G. Wahiuuk, gress that McKiulcy once tilled, has been put in a district with something OKATOMCAI. CONTKST. over 2,000 Republican plurality, and While the entire programme has lie mgloriously lies down and declines been exceedingly interesting, while to make the race for the people have manifested a deeper When McKinlev was put in a disconcern for the success of the exer-trict with Wai rick with 2,900 plurality he ran for JOHN W. I.YTI.i:, I'll. Ii. nnd cut down the normal Democratic day were interesting aud enjoyable. plurality over 2,000. The progress made has been such as Kveky intelligent citizen who has to encourage the pupils aud to cause occasion to pass over our public roads a thrill of pleasure to pervade Unbosmust necessarily be driven to the con oms ot thee energetic and faithful clusion that our present system of educators. Tuesday's exercises consisted of is a miserable failure. by the class m RobinNothing but a judicious system, baed on taxation, will every remedy the son's Arithmetic, Dr. Alexander. present condition of things. Such an Ray's Arithmetic aud Natural Philosarrangement would be less expensive ophy, J. W. Lytic. Surveying, Wm. to the people and at the same time l'ostcr. The careful and accurate Bv all training these young people hnve had give them better roads. enabled them to present their attainmeans let us have our public highways worked by taxation. If any one ments in the most cicditable manner These classes refues to believe these things, let that could be biin take a trip over tlie road from have been given practical training, here to Beaver Dam and be convinced. Dem-coratic road-working ile-iic- d. Alexander's class in Psychology.one of tho best in school, aud Rhetoric; J. W. Lytle. Analytical Geometry; Wm. Foster, Elocution and Astronomy. The work iu all the classes has been of the very best aud their expositions will be thorough and complete. that the Tastelcw Chill Tonic which hM given such universal satisfaction, and which vou hear your neighbor talking about i Grove's. To get the ordinal nnd ti nine Tistelrii Chill Tonic. aV ways ask for Orovk'S, and don't accept che.ip, untried substitutes, claiming o be Just an good. Grove's Tasteless ChillTonic holds full 6 ozs. aid contains 48 times, while many of the new, untried tasteless tonics only hold ots. an contains hut twenty-fou- r to thirtv doses. Grove's Tonic is as large as any dol- REMEMBER it 4i retails for hO oontx. Muiiiirmturrrt hr PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY, St. Louis, Mn. (Sold by nil Druggist . , 1 LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. No. 1, Solid Tiros, Ho. 2, Coskloi No. 3, .. STRICTLY HIGH GRADE. No. 3C, Ladios' Cotkioi Tins, Tiros, 05.00 Ltdlos' Solid Tiros, man Ho. 4, 05.00 Couertiili lolli 6 TirM, Tiros, OUR GisMod Tires tr mw K N w m la J fss.o " Coskloi No laottor Warranted ALL 'AKT8 inachinomadvat any pries, Interchangeable. V'VTivliivn5i'nwi7 Ilcjfdo Cttolo(M Froo, $85.00 trci lit crctiia itin-p- $85.00 I?. LOVELL JOHN MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON,ARMS CO., MASS. ftrwr V)fKt ll'.Jrat-J fti! tlfr). f'tt, Irit'irn, ;. C4i f all Usii, tl. WIM.IAMII. ItHOADS. Courtesy in Politics. CIlK ikii Itl.l.l.-.- , 's class having made sevProf. eral very satisfactory surveys. Wednesday's programme was excellent Dr.Alexander brought out a clas in a favorite studv, Grammar, J. W. Lytle, his clas-- , 'in Olney's Algebra, and Win. Foster, Botnny. Nothing could have been more satisfactory than the showing made by Children's Day. these In the evening the lirst The Shinkle Chapel, Washington division of the cl.i-Rhetonc, unand No Creek Sunday Schools will der observe Childrens Day at No Creek, To Dr.Alexander delivered orations. is to put say that (Wesley Chapel) church on the sec- it mildly, they were good, to say that they were exond Sunday in June. The followcellent, is but to'bestow praise where ing is the program: praise is due. whether wc speak of Opening address B. S. Chamber-lain- . Superintendent. Addrcs of Welcome U. I). I.ashbrook. The value of Sunday Schools Prof. I.C. Hoover. Temperance IT. D. Chapman. Recess. Recitation by the children. Connection of Parents with n Sunday School J. A. Park. R. D. Lashbrook. Dinner. livtixy Mrs. Annie Wallace. Address to the children J. C, Park. Recess. Miscellaneous addies-e- s and elomg exeicises. uther isumMy Schools are coidially invited. Dinner will be iuruUhed on the ground All come and bring your haikct. Fo-teid cla-ses. ni E.lu-catio- Nearly everybody will agree with "Bob"iii the following pointed paragraph: Politics are all very well in their way; but don't you thiiik they ought to be forgotten when a question of cotntesy is involved? A week or so ago, when the President of the United States came here to lay the corner stone cf the Grant monument, the governor of the State did not order out tho troops to be his escort. Now, it don't make a particle of difference what the politics of a President is after he is in. He occupies the highest position in the land, and due respect should be shown him. It don't make any difference whether lie and the Government agree about civil fcrvice or protection, or the silver bill, but it docs make a diflcrence a? to who was the politer man. New York-ha-s a good many reasons to be nshaui-cof itself, and this is one of them. wn.i.iAM ro-n:- n, .in., a. ii. Commencement than ever bejust to say that the distinguishing and absorbing event of the week was the Oratorical Coutest on Monday night between the members of the Scientific, Philosophic aud Classic Departments. Not only has it created an interest here at Hartford among the friends of the contestants, but it has been aroused all over the country among those who are friends to education and who love to witness the friction of mind. People from nearly all the neighboring towns, from Owensboro aud Louisville were in attendance nnd testified to the suZKUULON II. SIIUI.i.. perior excellence of the entertainsome excellent music. There is not of ment. an amateur orchestra in this part of the State that can excel this baud of young musicians. of fore, it is but BUGGIES, VEHICLES, CARTS. nwn x 1 " y I PRKI'ARATOUY DKt'AIST.MUXT. W-jj- m WILLIAM If. BARNES. B. S. Cha.miii:iii.ai.v, ) J.. Isaac Hoovi:is, Park. Supt's. i MI-- To tho Woodward Valley S KATII! IVOMIir.S, I'll. I). Church. Sunday. I had made previous mange-ment- s for a boat to cio.-- o over Rough River on that occasion, and when I got to the river Sunday on my way to fill the' boat was that appointment, gone, hence I could not cross over. L. W. Tieinixoi:. I rcgict very much that 1 failed to fill my appointment at that place latt Anna Foglc's presentation of Here CounWeArc, or G. I). try Life, or Maiinee Ross's reflections on Duty, or Elvu .Morton's Queen Elizabeth, or W. E. Morton's (Juecr People, or Ida Render's or Hugh Bailey's necount of Poor Boys, or Onia Westelield's Roger Williams, or Robert Nelson's thoughts Self-ielian- ce, ROCHESTER. Decoration dav was duly observed by Joseph S. Wilson Post G. A. R. As per previous arrangements the graves of the Federal and Confederate dead at tho country grave-jaradjacent to Rochester, were decorated by tho comrades on their This evening at 2 p. in. way here. the l'ost formed iu line nt their hall and marched to the Cemetery whero i services as per their litua! were eon ducted. Patriotic nnd foleniu speeches were made by dipt. A. J. Gillette, V.. V. Kiunuid and "benediction asked by Rev. W. L. Morrow, pastor of the Christian Church here, W. Fjikii Lonii. on to-d- ay. ds us nosv wi:im:u, u. h. Viaovcrancc, or Fannie ' Ham'. A large crowd gathered in Court Hall and at 8 o'clock, Dr. Alexander announced Rev. D. It. that Bennett would lend in prayer. The audience rose and with bowed heads listened to the eloquent words of this holy man of God as he earnestly pleaded that much good might come of the contest then pending. Tho following youug ladies and gentlemen, Misses Eva Morton, Eva Pirtle, Sallio Crawford, Carrie Wat-ne- r, soprano; Misses Ida and Verda Duke, alto; Messrs. It. Foster and L. M. Render, tenor; Win. Foster, Jr. and D. E. Thomas, bass, then delivered the chorus, "The Mountain Mi ner's Song," which was very beautiful and highly enjoyed. This class is a collection of chrivalry beauty, and musical talent scarcely ever surpassed. Judge Jep. C. Johnson, Calhoou, Judge J. Allen Deuu, Oivensboro, and Hon. E, J. McDer-mol- t, Louisville, had been selected as Judges and the great intellectual battle was ou. R.Foster'ssubject,"Tlio Intluciico of the Physical World upon Mind," was a fit subject on which the youug orator could displuy his impassioned eloquence, and right well did he do it. Miss Ida May Duke cume next with"Discontent, The Motor Power to Action'which she handled iu n masterly manner. Her beauty of face and figure, queenly grace nnd great power of expression nil combined to mnko it a beautiful oration. Miss Tula Pendleton then in her own sweet way sung a selection from tho Chimes ofNormaudy nnd was cheered W. II, Rhoads, on to .'ie echo. "Pluck and Plod" was very forcible both iu thought aud delivery, and mnde a very favorable impression on the audience. Miss Ellu Duucan, J"J;aJ(llo or Haruoss Iloises for sale or hiro at all times.'! May .'JO. T. M. WhentlcyG.A.R., p ay " 1 met at the Corley graveyard aud decorated the graves of N. HatriUhi'tuu, I're.t, Jsn, (. Ilaasss, field, C. C. Coon and John Ashworth The Finely Bred Trotting Stallion 7 hundred in the presence of from 5 to peiple. All of the services were conOf tho Condition of the ducted in a very nice aud appropriThe speakers engaged ate manner. tor tho occasion failed to appear, out tho vast crowd was addressed by Revs. C. Voyles, Henry Craig and Post Commander, J. A. Clark, iu a very pleasing and agreeable manner. The Patesville BrassBaud furnished At the Closo of Businew the music, to tho credit of themselves April 23, 1889. and delight ot all present. J. A. Clark, Com. ttVtWtiRkSr' ?W&NljCMc T W. H. KvLRK.Aet. Adjt. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills $50,288.01 Heal Estate 3,000,00 Statement of the Condition 1,500.00 Will make tho season of 1892 at tho Furniture and Fixtures.. OK T1IK 502.97 Fair Grounds, at Hartford, Ky., nt Expenses Paid Cash ou Hand and 111 other $15 to insure, money duo when tho OK Banks 28,040.01 CRITICAL LtTLItATUItU. mare is proven to bo in fun I or parted Wednesday night, June 1. The with. tSeason commenced February $84,027.59 At flic Close ol IliiNliieHN, .Mnrcli class iu Critical Literature iu charge 20, 1892. A lien will bo held on nil 10, 192, nntl Mibtnlllril to the LIABILITIES. Nocklioliler' MrelliiK colts until money is paid. Capital Stock $25,000.00 March 16, 1H03. 862.31 Odd Stocking has the . blood of Reserve 2,250,00 Surplus tho Wilkes family. He has two Interest and Exchango. . . . 1,400,40 ItESOUKOES. crosses of Hamiltoniau 10 and two Deposit Account , 54,154.55 Hills discounted 859,399.82 crosses of (Jill's Vermont, nnd firt Due other Banks 300.33 Real estate 3,000.00 dam Alniout, which makes him a tHL tJf ''t't if Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 purely bred trotter. He is a nntutnl $84,027.59 Bonds 1,341.07 In submitting this wo beg to state Debts in suit 743.54 trotter. steadily grown . Wo ask Iho public, to consider his that our business has Expenses paid 303.59 each month since our opening, and- -' Cash 111 safo 5,529.97 fashionable blood lines, his great indi by tho most careful, watchfulness, and s Cash iu other banks 38,002.32 viduality, hia high 'tyle, great speed 11 strict observance oftho principles of for his limited amount of training, his ; the mont conservative liaukiug, we $110,037.91 endurance, nnd If worthy in your es- nope not only to oxteuu our acquaint- LIABILITIES. mice, but to prove ourselves wortby timation, wo solicit your pntroungo. tho confidence that is being so liberal $30,000.00 Capita stock Scimitnii it Haki:nioiiit.ii. ly reposed in us. 75,553.05 Deposits We are hero to accommodate the CaroofF. W. Ykwkii, Due other Banks 40.37 ciiAiti.i:- UMMirrr cook. people, each nnd every business, 4.00 Dividendsjiuipaid Hartford, Ky. of Prof. J. W. Lytlocamo out Weil, Profit and loss courtesy shall be extended to them, 4,440.49 ncmlay nighty and though all recogbut in no case shall safety be sacriUappjr and content Is a home with "Tha Ko nized tho ability ot tho young lndiea $110,037.91 Chester ; a lamp with the Hehl o( the moraine. ficed for friendship or to obtain busei. K. Cox, PltlMIDKNT. John H.Baiinkh, Cashier, and gentlemen composing the class, CUkues,write Kochesttr Lamp Co. ,NcwYork. iness. to-d- Tuesday night, May 31. The ability and success with which the Department of the College conducted, has been the theme of remark on all sides, and Tuesday night's exercises only the more firmly impressed the people that Miss Katie Connihesiu charge of the Primary and Miss Rosa Wierncr in charge of the Intermediate Department, have done good work for Hartford's little folk. The evening's ex. crcises were opened with an appro- nriate a dress by little Miss Rosa Thomas. The Drill of the Young Patriots was very beautiful indeed. An Autumn Song by thirty-thr- ee of the little folks was greatly enjoyed. We should be glad to 'mention every part, for all parts deserve it, but space forbids. The recitations and songs wero all exceedingly gooo. The Solo by Sam Cox. the ono by Florence Morton, tho Wonder Song, the Vocal Duet by Corinue Cox and Randall Collins, the Dude Brigade, the Fan Drill, the Chorus, the Parody ou "Ten Little Injuns," were among the dis tinguishiug features. These two excellent touchers, Misses Wcurner and Cooiubes, have reason to be proud ofthoir pupils, their pupils ufthem, and tho people proud of bat I). The Farmers of Ohio county who intend buyingiMachines will bear in mind that the McCormick broke the great Machine Combine last year. PATESVILLE. lv 1 V. si iC I J r r s V Nc I M y r Dealer in Horses, llu'lei, Carriage", lloatl Carts, Owouthoro Wagons. STATEMENT Cir Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK ODD STOCKING I T -- "' liLWmWmmw . n UNFAIR BROS. & BIG REDUCTION Military COii Ico at Williams Bros., at any hour, tf. or in nny quantity. PERSONAL. DECORATION DAY, THIS WEEK IN Departments. ui Ribbon Ladies Desiring To Purchase a Nice Hut have now an opportunity of receiving the very Intent nl SUCH LOW PRICES Ah will astonish you. To our atock Inn been added the Latent 3STe-- w "STorHs: In Clielloii, Crepo tie Clicno and French Crepe Hats. Stales From now until the nca3on closes our entire line of RTKKONS, FLOWERS, LACES, etc., C!o at n great reciiotion. Come to tbu great MARK DOWN SALIC mid fee tho rnre llarguins ofl'ereil. Vim, Vigor and Victory Is our watch word. Our store is HEADQUARTERS IN HARTFORD For Active Participants in the eager search for Bargains during the summer of 1892. HIUNG US YOUR WOOL, GINSENG and FEATHERS. We pay tho highest price. FAIR BE. & ML Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Fnmitnre! Fuiitin!! Mens shoes, lace or congress, SI. SO. The best shoes sold for 82.25. At KAHN'S only. Itev. J. M. Gill, Elkin, will begin a scries of lectures at the C. P. Church Sunday. T. L. Allen, Jr., ot Washington neighborhood, died last Mouday morning of blood poisoning. Foit balk A No. 1 platform, 2 seated spring wagon, been used a little, Williams Bikm. tf bBBBBBMrrBBBBbu? BBBBa For Dressers, Ward-Robe- s Rev. E. M. Crowe, Jefiersontown, preached to a crowded house at the Methodist Church last Sunday night. Archie Cain has fitted up a very neat barber shop at tho Hartford House, Give him a call when you ' ' need a shave. Try a pair of Anderson's Shoes. They are the best goods for the money in the county. wear-forev- Suits,Rock-er- s or anything in the General Furniture Line, see J. MORTON. N.N.&M.V.R.R. jjgsrt 1 Saka& For all kinds Mb. of Sewing Machine Needles, Shuttle), Bauds, Oils aud attachments, go or send to the Siujer GltOOS WlLLIAMB.Agt. office. will gum your machine, but go to the Singer office and get that which is guaranteed not use oil . v TRAINS I.EAVK RKAVKK DAM. TKA1NH GOING WEST. .7... 12.10 r. . Mali and Eipr.M ll:.V)r. 7, l.imetee' K i pre 1 TRAINS GOING EAST. :Ur. Ne.e, Mall end Kxpreia Don't that N. N. . . to gum. Gitosa Williams, Agt. N.., I, Limited Kipre S: a. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, Trade with Sara & Me. 1892. There was a Suuday School organ8 Schoolhouse last ized at No. Sunday. T. W.Lee was elected Superintendent and MissMaggieStovens, Secretary. The Hartford House receives fresh Try trading with us. Caksox &Co. vegetables every day, and has made Wo receivo new Goods every week. arrangements to have a good supply ou hand duiing Court aud ComCaiison &.Co. mencement week. Wc ore selling lots of Shoes. Caiwon & Co. The Hartford House offers the best of entertainment during Citcuil Court You can save money by buying and Commencement week. Try it, Dry Goods ot Carson & Co. 2,'i cents per meal. Rates will be givThe Bataar is the cheapest house en by the week. Saka&Me. iu town, give us a trial. Remember the Singer Machines are Come to see Sara fc Me when you guaranteed for 5 yean and you always want a uice Hat, Wo keep them ou have an ageut around to see after hand. them, if needed. Gitosa WuxiAMH, Agent. Bryant & Hayucs are tho boss barbers. Give thorn a call and be conYou can bny a Singer Sewiug Mavinced. chine ou eay terras (10c per day,) for it and never miss the ntonoy. Itev. 0. W. Reason preachd au ex- pay 4, Gnoss Williams, Try it. at the Methodist cellent sormon Agent for Ohio Couuty. Church laat Suuday morning. Will Burtou, living near Cromwell, Briug us your feathers and gin seng. Wo will pay you the highes died Sunday and was buried Monday at 10 o'clock at the Shields burying market prices for them, " ground, Iu playing a game of ball SAUA&Me. kets three weeks ago he was catching and The Bazaar has tho cheapest and ed a New Line of Buggies and T. McKENNEY, ball W. ''best line of Ladies Oxford ties in waa struck in the head with the and it Is thought by some that this Spring Wagons which we can town. Call and seo them. was the cause of his death, but Udently reccsaimend for their On Tuesday a Couucil and Presbyby others.that the ball bad nothing to STYLE and DURABILITY, met at Green River Church aud tery BEAVXR DAM, KY. troubordained Rev. M. M. Hampton to the do with it and that it came of be in his office from the first well as cheapness. Call and le in the head, he having been sub-jeDr. J. 8. ColeGospel ministry. Will the 15th of each month. Of- see them. to such afflction. It is, however, man conducted the exercises. A tine He was an honorable, fice over Bank. AU work guarandinner was on tho ground, and the very sad. HOCKEH & C(). teed. Prices reasonable. upright young man. .day was pleasantly spent. full-fledgMo-He- nry Dr. W. S. Taylor, Owensboro, is When in town call on Casebier & in town. Burton aud get your horse fed. Miss Ida Child?, Rosine, is visiting Casebier & Burton are leaders in in tho city. Livery. (Jail and see them during Dr. Robert Barnes was in the court. city this week. .1. W. Wilson, Memphis, is at the Deputy U. S. Marshal, C. L. Pate, spent a few days in Hartford this Hartford House. week and took in the Decoration at Dr. J' P. Williams, Owensboro, No Creek Monday, where he met R. will arrivo y. A. Anderson and SamLake, whom he Capt. Moso Horrel, Rochester, athad not Been since tho close of the Civ- tended Court this week. il War. Mr.Pate is an agreeable genD. W. Kimmol, Coralvo, called tleman and we were glad to have him and paid up yesterday. call while here. J. A, Dean, Owensboro, attended died of Court Monday and Tuesday. Slant Eidson, (colored,) Clyde Wedding, of Rosine.is visitconsumption at his homo iu Hayti last Monday night. Ho was honest, ing Oweu Williams this week Miss Ida Morton, Ceralvo, is the' industrious and well thought of by guest of Miss Fannie Casebier. . both white aud black. For teu years he bad been been iu tho employ of Miss Adah Carson is tho guest of J. W. Ford & Co., and they say Miss Euola Westerficld this week. he was one of the most useful men Miss Ella Duncan, McHenry, is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. L. Felix. they have ever had. Miss May Rowo, Spring Lick, is Dr. J. S. Coleman left Hartford at visit'ng her sister, Miss Minnie Rowe, 7 o'clock Tuesday morning, drove this week. fiftceu miles, Bpoko two hours, took Mrs. Anna Severn and Miss Mon-t- ie ono hour's intermission, spoke two Cox, Dixon, aro visiting Mrs. W. hours nioro, drove back over the fif- 11. Mauzy. teen miles, attended the entertainMiss Urma Swain.of South.CarrolK ment of the little folks at tho Court ton, is the guest of Miss Bessie WillHouse at night, married a couple and iams this week. Who cau retired at twelvo o'clock. Misses Mattie and Sallie Tichenor, beat that record? MoIIenry, are the guests of Miss Sheriff Taylor, in charge of Alfred Fannie Casebior. Hudeon aud Archie Cain, left for Mrs. R. R. Wedding, Rosine, was Calhoon Monday evening. It will be the guest of Miss Dora Gibson the remembered thnt there young men first of the week. wero complicated in tho recent shootMisses Bertha Kimbluy and Ida ing match at Calhoon. They took Morton Ceralv.o, aro tho guests of Attorney J. Edwin Rowo with them, Mrs. J. M. Barnett. Barnett, Caneyville, Dr. Nesior gave bond for their appearance on Juno 20th for which date the trial visited relatives near town WedThursday. was Bet, aud returned hero Tuesday nesday and Clayton L. Woodward, Center-tow- n, evening. attended tho College enterWhy is it that Kahn sells white tainment Tuesday night. goods at such prices named? Wby Rev. E. M. Crowe and daughter, he buys for cash only and sells for Miss Ella, visited friends aud relcash only: atives in town this week. 6c. White Goods Hon. E. J. McDermott, Loiiis-vill-e, 7c. White Goods is visiting the family of Mrs. 8c. White Goods Jennie McHenry this week. 10c. White Goods Miss Mecio Tichenor, Point PleasWhite Gocds 12c. ant, and Miss Ada Brown, Center-tow- n, made us a call Tuesday. At KAHN'S only. e m Miss Cliffie Gray, one of Beaver Dooline In Wheat. Dam's prettiest young ladies, visited Save money by calling on J. W. Mrs. Jo. B. Rogers this week. Ford & Co. for reduced prices on all Jengrades of Flour and Mill Feed. Wo Misses Ella Wade and Rockport, aro the are still paying cash for nice White nie Casebier, Corn. Bring on your Wool and take guests of Miss Fannie Casebier. your Rolls home the same day. Miss Maudie Lyons, Fordsrillo, We are still handling the Champion and Miss Kate Thompson, Horton, Mowing Machines and Rakes, which visiting Mrs. J. P. Thompson. are tho best on the market Call aro Wood Tinsley and C. R. Camp-bo- ll and get our prices. to appear beare summoned J. W. Fokd & Co. fore the U. S. Grand Jury next MonAppeal to all Good Married day. Men of Hartford. Misses Ola Potter and Eva Con-di- et School closes, all boys gone home, are visiting their uncles, Jesse entertainments are over, no more Fri- Potter and Harvo and Luke Con-di- et. day night societies, weather too hot to play cinque, mosquito time too near Mrs. J. H. Nave and daughter, to sit outdoors, what wiU become of our young ladies?" Married men, re- Miss Bessie, Beaver Dam, spent member, aud do something for our part of this week with Mrs. T. J. fair damsels, keep them iu good Smith. health and humor, bo the Town Tat Alfred Rowe and family, Hattier does not get bold of you aud field, Indiana, are at his father's, bring you all over the State. Enter- W. I. Rowe, Centortown, who is tain our ladies, give them amusement, very sick. hire a buggy, rig, or it that is not sufProf. Wm. Foster will attend the ficient, get a wagon aud take tho girls exercises of the until our Hon. Professor brings Commencement riding Vanderbilt University at Nashville back to Hartford his noblo men, Zimmermen, Truemen or isorae other next week. Piefack'b Aunt. men. Misses Milbrey Watterson, Louisville; Stella Eakin, Nashville, aro Booth-Hardwic- k. the guests of Miss Isabella McHenMr. W. L. Booth, Owensboro, aud this week. Miss Maggie Hardwick, of this city, ry N. S. Kennedy and Will Sullivati, were quietly married late Tuesday night. Tho arrangements bad all South Carrolltonj W. M. Bell, Frank aud Albert Gucntber, been perfected beforehand and all the parlies attended the exercises at the Owensboro, are in the city. Court House. They delayed until ay for BowlDr. Boyetleaves the crowd had passed when they wont ing Green, where be will deliver to tho bouse of Mrs. Sallie Hardwick tho Baochalaurate Sermon, before when in the presence of a brother of Potter Colloge on Sunday. Mr. Booth, and the members ot the Misses Maudo and Charlie Sanders, Hardwick family, Dr. J. S. Coleman pronounced the words that made accompanied by Victor Gates, came them one. Mr. Booth is an energetovor from Owensboro Sunday, and ic young business man of Owensboro are attending the Commencement. while his bride is ouo of Hartford's Misses Annie and Ella Hunter, most popular young ladies. May and Mrs. Welch, Pleasant Ridge, success ana nappiueus ue mein. may and Miss Mattie Tinsley Beda, wore left for Owensboro Wednesday mornvisitors at C. C. Bennett's this week. ing. Misses Mamie Haynes and Emma Defeated. and Maude Brooks, Whitesville, The much talked of ball'gaine be Westerfield, Pleasant Ridge,are visiting the family of John Weste'rfield. twoen MoHenry and Hartford, occurred last Saturday on the grounds Sam Keown, Fordsville, and W. of the former. It was a fine game till F. Condict, Abbieville, are the U. S. Petit Jurymen from this county and the seventh inning, when the will leave for Owensboro Sunday. vismade IB scores and the Miss Mary Shouse, daughter of itors no longer had auy hope of Elder John Shouse, an eminent being "in it" for their opponents Christian minister, of Lexington, is were clear "out of sight." The visiting the family of Dr. Alexanscore was 24 to 10 in favor of the der. Dr. Baird umpired the MoIIeurys. A. F. Stanley came up Monday game to the satisfaction of all parties. to receivo bis diploma and will go It is to be hoped that our boys will to Christian county Sunday, where ed do better when they play hereafter, he will go on duty as a and they will. We are glad to state that marshals were on the field and William Lewis and wife, Rosine; Ella and Addie Hewlett, Pleasant The no disorder was allowed. boys know how to entertain Ridge; J. S. Field, Buford; Dr. J. H. Boyet, Owensboro, visited the their visitors, they completely cap- family of Dr. Coleman this week. tivated our boys by their kind treatment. Clothing at Kahn's at almost your own prices to close them iu 10 to 15 FRIENDSHIP CHURCH. days; May 30. M'rs.Nancy Brandon and 83.50. A Good Suit at 4.50. A Better Suit at daughter, Miss Viola, visited Miss 5.00. A Better Suit at Leua audMrs.Hcttie Kelly Saturday. 8. 50. A Nice Blue Suit at Itev. R. J. Braudon and Isaac All at KAHN'S only. Weaterfiold made a flying trip to Mouday. Owensboro Miss Ida Curtis, who has been visitf ing her auut, Mrs. Dora Head, for several weeks, .'vuited her mother lioking thfflirggy MarAfter Ibauklle. Sunday. over we have purchasBu-forto-dMc-Hen- rys A Largo Crowd and aPloas ant Time at No Crook. Last Mouday morning was warm, sultry and cloudy with a little rain, and it seemed that the day would bo a very unfavorable ono for the exerBut the cises of the great holiday. clouds soon cleared away and the people began to gather, bringiug loads Rev. J. P. Pell, of of provisions, Springfield, Ind., and a former preacher in this part ot tho country, and Chanlin of the 12th Kentucky, was present and opened tho exercises of tnc aay nunc cuurcu.mier wijiuu me procession raurched to the Carson graveyard where the graves of the sleeping and honored dead were strewn with beautiful flowers.Tho returned at twelve o'clock, and a most elegant aud sumptuous dinner was spread and the entire crowd of five hundred, or more, people partook thereof to their satisfaction. Dinner being over tho crowd, or as many as were lucky to find seuts in the church, listened to an excellent Ho was talk from Comrade Pell. followed by Comrade Milligan, who very pathetically presented the case of Mrs. Carter and aged nurse and spy now in destitute circumstances, to tho old soldiers and dollars was others, and tweuty-fiv- o raised in tho time it would take to count it. Judge L. P. Little was then introduced aud mado a speech that went straight homo to the heart of tho o Judgo W. T. Owen audience. then addressed the people in a very dignified and masterly manner, convincing nil of his devout, earnest patriotism. It was now three o'clock and a procession was formed which marched to tho Mill graveyard, where the usual At four decorations were made. o'clock the crowd began elowJy to disperse, seeming to regret that the day with its pleasant associations had passThe old soldiers as ed so quickly. they once more bade each other goodbye seemed to realizo that perhaps ere another May 30th has come some of l them will have answered the on the great field beyond. pro-cessiex-Un- ion en-tirroll-cal- Anderson's Bazaar. This old reliable house still sells loads of goods and has the reputation of selling cheaper than any house in town or county, and treats everybody alike. One price to all is our motto. You can see the price of any article marked in plain figures and it must go just as it is marked. No selling one person at cost and then making it up off of the next customer that comes in. We treat all alike and sell just as low as we possibly can, and as our goods are all bought in the East and by a shrewd buyer, we can offer you some rare bargains. Give us a call and be convinced. Miss Sara has just received a MILLINERY lot of the latest styles in Hats and can make you one just to suit you, and at the lowest possible price. Any one will do well to see her stock before buying any place else. In this line we are full and can surely please you. Have the latest things in Henriettas, Crepe Cloth, Mulls, India Linens, WedLawns, &c, and all at low prices. ding outfits a specalty. Calicoes, Ginghams, Domestics, going fast, as we sell them cheap. DRESS GOODS STAPLES. are all Good NOTES. Calico at 5 cents per yard, and fast colors. CommanderSorrells acquitted himself with great credit. Judge Little's speech was specially appropriate,but that's just tho Judgo s style. Judgo Owen's love of his country shone in every one ot his beautiful sentences. Comrade Milligau's speech was no failure, as the liberal collection de monstratcd. Our representative failed to hear the speaking at the graveyards, at the time of decoration, but we understand it was good. Rev. Pell was highly pleaeed to meet his old acquaintances, and they were just as glad to meet him. Everybody enjoyed his speech. It goes without saying that our country is ono of holidays and surely none is more appropriate and fitting than that which calls the people together to strew flowers of remember-auc- e and love over the graves ot brave soldiers. Nothing is so well calculated to beget love ot country and countrymen, for.as Judge Little said.where is tho man who cau go into a graveyard to strew flowers on a soldier's grave, and then ask whether he wore the blue or tho gray? Our shoe line is full and we can give you something pretty in Oxford Ties, just the thing for the warm weather. Call and see our line, we can please you. We invite all our friends to call and see us during court, and we assure them they will be treated nicely, and can buy goods from us cheaper than anyone. Don't forget the place, Anderson's Bazaar run by SHOES. SARA and ME. HOTEL - :o: and It is Tbis Hotel has recently been second to none. The table is furnished with the best the market affords. e ifinii! BHBBktflBBBBBBhKll Special care will be taken to accommodate the public during Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headquarters here. Come one and all and try us. We 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 accommodate the people at the Fair. FAST LINE CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALLJJAILY Proprietor. TEUsT 03ff ?ro ALL. EMU mm ALIKE. CE1TTS mmmi mm& urn on the markWill buy the best apple tree -- AT THE - SPECIAL Given ATTENTION Public. et. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping apples as 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. to the Traveling BETTER KNOWN AS THE Also keeps a first-clas- s New BuggiQ& m 4 Rates 25c Livery and Newly Famished, t- between Main and per day. Owensboro, Ky. .East side Frederics, the River, Feed Stable, where MRS. CHAS.jROBY,MRS. C. E, WILLIJGHAM,Brops. you can have jour Kldn.r .iiiftr oflh. Orlpn. Lm Horses Fed, and r.lvp ddi(i. idt .th.r h.alth. k.p diaeaiti, FREE inn. to El ERTRIR BELT Un, limn'S get the best of rigs box aiMn.i. ir.atinnw. aim iruteee I'ricri, tJ, iutt, .u i.i. imn. Co.t day or night. Bllek. BR. $1-00 PALMER HOUSE. Mills Trial. rTrX. l L .ml Back. WIit from the b kind ot wmIcm... or iIIum.- - Uheumttliiin. ttidiffeatlon. Df jrou In (Ueadache rell.rwi wnen Electricity will cute jrou and prow in one mimiM.) nd to any one on tnal.free. will ana ID, liu, and io, biecma mam A guKLHwrti hi nothing to try them, Cau be regulated to lur combined, and produce, ufficient hlectncity to .hock Free Medioal aJyiee, Write Battery (live wain meaaure, price ana mil pariivuiai., at ders with Leave your & or- AfaU WinlM. Addreu JOB. Btrlt, et mm mm. BRYANT WRITS FOnOATAtOOgt AMD t FULL STRATT0N Bisiitss Ctlket INFORIMTrO.a V ltiliBln ;. ?..rn...,.-.--,.-.-.,.l -rBrrrrniTrTTiii-m.r-rftiTiririNrnwfeiMa; itwiffSasaiiirM-itfri- i Friir...l'fl 1i.l.llll.f.lUi 1 i k- - i FKID.VY, i t IV si: 1, ISO J. ( HARDINSBURG. 1)?. Hnyo, of, U Mav 2.1,-J- -. s Sail.. AV Ifaptht Chuiuli orjriiniu'l at llm iiiu-- tMiiirtiuy mm A liuj,'" omuil uttumleil. Siimliiv. Miss i)oll Tuvlhr, rtf l'lilliiot, is l fa I I iuiIiiii iniulutill .uinm hImII. M8.v PLEASANT KIDGE. CLEAR RUN. ' (,'lllv:lort, mu m town ItK week ' on (ji.1':kti,(.. takt'ii the for tlic McCormick ...mi lll.illU i . imto xiek witli'wliooniiiirrtiusrliniui iinouiiionla. Prof. I. S. .Miimjii, .1. V. Ituynolds 11,,,,., ..II -, ' I,1 "v .....' II l AV'i.r.rinfiill r-". I" n nmn ur tlio. or tlio i,hjIi- n'xi II Allien Williams and Misses iNie 824. H11111111 uliulnm lint Inllti'l ill. nr tier nttililt MoMhv, Su KiiiL' mid Ella Crowe 11 ftii1 vnMoii piiiltiiilt,i. singing Iutc'a I'rof. Park is teaching .X.l.tri Ohim.i. olmiicI nnliml. ittWiidod ... the Teuel.ers tiiiietinir nt IlLiwauxn, rimm Ii, f ll.lltil miorl, ll.oloM, NVe have 11 ... . (I II.. .1 a! Ml. Moriuh. .; ism ftlllll rilll't.OI I.Ulllvine, !....!muni;. ".Mutouvilli! atllrtlilV Ma". I). m di'iii'ulilii) very interisting .Sunday School here. Mm .leiinie Mom.-IiUu Iiti" been intending Jtvrant and MNs .lesii, of II art foid. nru Msitiiij1 J. A. Park had 11 "rat killing .. .. , .. . .. A ,,,..,,11, ,., u- .....! .Stralton's DiiMiieM College. time" at his stable last Wednesday. ,"? St. Clair and Jlw Kllie Dr. Hoover. Hiiius "! . ...'. ,..-- . Our school at this jibiee i slill lie invited his friends in to help him uholc tinio i... ..1. iiniii'i... ..'.. .S,iiri Inuhiiiil- lit Mi.. iimho-lilnek weie nmriied May the 7th, at Mi'H Mli'.IM, In 111"". nicely. l'MI l.iUil iroi(iessiii I'ruhMliI kill r.tt., tliey only killed 140.Thonias llll) the lesidenee of Linn Illsiclt, the III Iohik nml i'll... II, I'. 41MI.NSO.V A CO. 'I'. .1. l'l'ViioliK. of Cinil'vilb1. who Xe.icninb is the boss rat killer. JOIIimiil Miiliinl,, llli'liinuiiil, u. Inide's I'alher tia ln'un v his brother. . I. Dietl, of consumption, Cornelius illumed Inline ws'eidav. Will Hook retiiiiieil home 1'ioni ' lte nold Hoover, May I'.'th. lie leaves n wife WHEN YOU GOTO 0WENSB0R0 Louisville May the 'Jlst, where he had ' and live eliiMicn and many friends CW.I.OX KISSES. UNPLEASANT been attending the iaee. to mourn his loss. ltro. Hoover was 1$. F. Iteiiul V Co. have minethin,' Oril nl t.i An T!iiclllir.inii'F lVirltilu a member of the llaptist Church, ltti.nlii llm 1114 l.u.ti'r. in the way of'n linv in their Mine, I An IhiglWim.m who n:ts reiitlotl in mil a good Christian. His funeral It is it dainn little alligator ubmit Jiiisia :'s the director- of kouio ifon was peached by the Hev. J. P. Nell.'i inches long. fillg;j wmkH tcilii 11 woeful story of his son, and after services his remains Kev. HennMey was heie on the lit lT.ister, when the iieopln lSihforthe ptirwit of ollieiating at ivuktimo tbij leant v j 1 thoold Cluis. weie buried at the Hoover gravelian eiLstoin nf )ls-i- n eneb other. yard, Sons mid daughters strive 011 the maiii.ige cereniniiy oI'Iih daiigli "For 11 weok liefowhnnil," Iiunivi, and meet your dear father i) heaven. ter, MiVs Clara. "they are liiwy boiling; mid uiutiufr J. II. P, lCli.n lliiekev, ,, luilored-of-th- ij whltU they nto to present to Cf, ' . .....V. .1 . vsii.1ji:rro'ii In ullli r.uli IhiI 7th. v cjiiu ono iijiother v.1111 m kim.. Tboino-- ' liiace, wtt oiirieu uiruiu, Fui' Ike finett uiid MM Artistic W'uik, n, ..t -- iiii..i.' ("..turrii it.n.i. I'rlii'.ai III. iiiniiv liiemls niiiiiiiL' her tieonlr. . meitt (lieeloekstuke& amj the or ilyle. Ftedcrlea St., Uticecn .. ' .1,1 l.t . M'liiii,. i.iillui.l Urn. n.s tHo may l.e, com-,G;U7 William IhMvell 3rd- and 4th. letu.ned ,(, ,i, or rei1at.eii obody , llieii foiniili'iJiun- Hieitet1. 1111: oi.m:sr I'liorouit 11111:11 in week. N,lf inil0(i j,.. t jlu combined nfler of home Iroui npoKti, liniKliii; ItUl'r iMllltr Nut Hriekey and (J.ibe 'J'aul were u kiss tujtl tin ej;;. Pli'lurrs at Ihi - lollinliijs l trlt.. In r. few f.iK's, it may Ix1 con- - llll'lllO l lll- IIIUIllllSI UthXU O:1MK, in town ThuiFilnv I lie l!)th.' fes.-cCnliliii'l I'IiiiIiiuiuiiIih H'J.tllt the tiojible bit pletMii'i1, but Oiiiwc-c."-- i.r Kil Kichanls nml wile, ofTopeka, cud. I..1U Oiiflinll 1I11. wben it comes, ns it did with me. to iiki.i:ii in I.lll) Tliri-- r to vi?-i- t Kan., 111 lived heie on the I bundtcij oikfr'ltl'll'N nml I'liilli'illonrrlra., ii lonjr Hue of II ili. riiril 1.00 ' Triiilrnl " ' Mis. .lames Harwell. eugnged in cbareonl ' ,,,, men juo-tl- y Owonsboro, Ky. 1.(10 " U Milton llotml iJ confined to imnimg, 111 the Molting anil poking Judge TilliH.ii.H All Orders From Stmjrt Promptly a .. .. .. .j of files and chimncyn iind other his room on ueeouiit of sielrneis. .'li inn) Anil llii'imlj li:ill.r.t III llll'('ll. 11 1'ri' tfiidrd to. deeds of darkness the poetical of Stephen Mits I'aiiiina Mo-lerejitimuiitid view of thu religions cus- IJnt.i ii' iin 111111I1'. Cull nml xeo iiii. ' ttl.OltlJK W. M ITU IN. port, is here unending the Normal tom Is I'ompletely sbnt out and ".', t1ri",Vii,i..rn, lik'lmnl Mo.iurili, iMf. J 10 .11 11 Nlrorl. by (bo intolerable annoySchool. ViHIOfU NITI01U BANK Young people are pi one to eir. It ance. talk uf "Ono JJalaklv lor pIiiiiitii. tnittyhtm liiinir the tlm I!i'l:m seems to be fashionable lit t To Our Subscribers. nf young iadi-- s and their beaiiN to enter ,m,i mv ,..ploits; think of the nervo I lie speouil :iiiioiiicuiieut wmeli has begun, n, tlititwnsivtpiiivil toMnndmygvouiul chinch after a, pn.ired in our column. oiue timo I...4',...A .. l.n. ..!... I .....1 .....II... !,...... nun 11nu.11 iiiii. u - geiieially taken. Uning, back Mice. aimt)iiiieiii! aspeenil MujUc. with eiudera iu bLs be.ml tmd uj,, i,r 5, j, Ke,l Co., Soourity For Deposits however', to the great I.th that N ebUU'oal , j.;ll(1;lllr,r dttst in the pores of his .'ais, v,., ,,..blH.erH -, the attenmade upon ueli ocia-ionhkm. timan who had been breaking ()f ,.A Tttill ,,,, UU ,,, lat tion of the congiegation i mole or ealeiued no peil.ap til night, am NuilteittIlorel,v our sllHI!rwu bed, young piople above all IW74VUM i .V lilt; IIUIIIM1III l. WVilJ V- weio cuaiilcu to oiit.iiu a copy ot les distm lai'in-- ; mi African nigioorti ii'd Indian in thai Milmible. woik free of charge by tire iiicxciKible in getting to chinch bis warpaint. . . . . n. o 11 11 1 v a 11 d ... .. .... i.nn.s.-.i- . eir iiii' their adi res to IS. . . Kenlate. If a yoiiiit: man tails to call two-cefoi hi lady in time, it is her lut to while oniMiftoi' another a whole legi- - dull Co. hihI WH'loiinjr u . .. ft.r ni.iiliiiir simifi. Iri r.liiiVu.irl 1. 1 . i...ii...i - ' . . I r known IIll'UI Olr MICH hlllllll V lllljl'l'is MUIU1CU " t.nnii We ha.-go without him. b.r a limited period. We trust all ltllCl'CSl . .. thi to be done with salutatory effect. up to my place, eiu'hdniwingti dusty .1 i r mu i :ii .....:i . his sooty inoiith each "i" avail tiu'iuseives or hieevo nct'i uiui. A lady th., ,Mittoin of his picket U"'ty ff olitniiiinir this valuable Oil (IIIIC (If )t)SI IS k()- thi. kind will have her ecoit on hand for tht ptiintctl egs, vnch tiikinir off work. To overt lover of the Horse liiiiiiia.v' FII1 IMII lit (lunches are bis hut nml calling mo down to tho '. i iii(!i,tii.Nilile, ;.s '. Heals in a, IILIIJ it :it t he iironer time. LAWSON RENO, Cnshler holy iil'ieett ' They me entilletl to full punishment with the politest otliows, simple uniiiiiur all if tlm tlimiasus . the moa ifspictful of grins, and which affiiet tho noble uniuml, iin.iiuiiie uspiu. v.'hen l.imdied had kis-e- d lts plionouienal sale tlirouH.oi.i nm ,no jtno times in tho .1. II. l.emin ut West Mini i IVr.son.s to the I'nited States and Canadii. Stituidiiv, the'Jlct, in the mteicst ol Know unit tinotner liutuimi una to m.,ke it standard tnithoriiv. Mention ire liruatii cmui 0111 mcriMirkor . iii Itrnwn'.; Iron Ilittei-come niter them! the People' Patty. this paper when semlin.' for "Treat - ribtillila ilicti'tn,iiil ilU'e.tloti, runuMarx , ecu of LIU'.uuiliuriMUMlarla. (it Uii'lviiuCju "Here were courage iind enditr. l!ev Unban pipnchtil too a large1 unco worthy of a better cause, Dut eongiegation at the Il.ipti'l eliuieh I should have done wrong to avoid r" I'dU H.SI'liPMA thu courtesy, and viTy likely should Sunday mniuing May 2- -. t'ao llri.mi'a Irmi lllilrra. 1'IitsU in 11. rooi'iimuiiJ It. Theie - getting too be a iiiplu of have deeply nfiendcd the iicople, to Lottie. Genuine AIIiI.kKt' kvup It. SI la) foi There - ueh whom it wau olten the expression of binl dog- - in thi town hiu irmlu mark nml 1 ro.-- i .1 nM Hnca on u rupa.T, n long elurisbetl leeling of gratitude a thing as canines gelling to thick to tor favoiN which I perhaps knew thrive; Only recently., two of our nothing of or'hnd long ngo forgot- ytltntftlc J'ri'tums ten." Mis. liaiiiinu anil Mr. K Ami thois IreiiUeil uitli Uuivoiiaiicti roiultln? lurineis, IroiuraraoroirrMorKMiii vo itiifviM in iukiui; jab Dre-ke- ll lnt eleven nml twelve, Tine iviniiin iiu.in.... 11, Hi,,iN. ltrawn's Iron lilt tern, ocmiino tiu. iraJe murk iuJ iniuui! rcJ lined cu rappur. Theaiuateur photogitipher is, even 11 iVivry. Dog- - are go sheep, ing to sutler m their neigliborhooil. at this late day. 11 source of wonderment to sumo simple minds. Jut LA OIKS and nibeiiniudcd bird, why he should be goingaboitt taking All KceJIng ix tonic orrlilMnnllint .iivit btilMing InVc Will be seat to any address from dog- - will give taenia wide heilh. l'l, picture-- , if not for hire, something llllOWN's lltii.V IIITTKIIS. for We don't mean to intimate that a beyond th ir comprehension. tile, (tin. Mnlnilii, Inillges Tho now until January 1st, lH!):i, It tst I'Wnviiit tioii.iniil lllliiiutii.i. .Ml iltnlcrs J,lh It. cents. Campaign yuiris ruthoronce hotogr.iphed a mill in twenty-fiv- e binl dog would kill i sheep. posted, a country village and sent a copy of iiov at hand; you niu-- t kee r, .John Cook, ol vn tiied in and the way to do U to read THE tho picture to tho miller. STANDARD FORjj CENTUftv our County ('unit Monday, May the 2.'e."t yer. on :;i.ing that way COMMEIlCIALrthe only true ex-- p meiit of Pioteclion and sound cur- tliih, on a liaMnnly wanaiit, swoiu r.gain. be met the miller's man, who I'etiev in the South bis tlitit out by Mi-- - Dou.t llutlcrol the .suae e.pres.-e- d trouble had been taken without S.'L U VLE COP) " He was liiinid guilty nml ad(ilace. chin ki. judged to pay s.'illl) in twelve veai-- . The phntuj;inphei, expelling liin Ami examine it carefully you will . He in j.iilaud will take the joke to I v, iVr tn'iil, Kinl, Miiilinly be Miie to Addre.s till let-iexplanation' "It is only beeaiiK.1 ler. ami tnnkc all checks unit drblori. 0:1th. lie ilecr.'c buiiieM it mi vi'vy lnr;re. We lice older. pavable to the utter contempt of good eitien-- . IADEMAR take m. ni.iny pl,,,tWi.ph, that no LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., The IK'iuncrntif piuly a dilemcan nuii'd lodo tlie.iu toruolbiiif;. , iuivillef Ivy. ma. They are to Humiliate a man I'm A ml: or Mtii.k nstoni-bmei- it over- TWINBROTKERS then,' t. Hill and Cleveland are hpicad the iiiiiii'h luce, and , . 1 ..TTISA UIITV , .',. roil nnernnraair sua ram. 1.. , 11 bral VHliio far hi iiji'iiii'iiu,v iiuiiiii ... iiiu Mlojci; Ml' 111 t I HO vaurluatnrir juur miiua'V. t both to be avoided, mi .iy- - (lie made, . 1. v over and over in bis mmd, bo ex- - Vv. "i". iionrYn a tala.i.iM. a.il.1,.1. hvBnrrhnaliiff ... n ...... mm... ... .. Henry W.itler-01The evident in- (laimeili I wr pill'VHr. n Uetl, an IbauaUDUs ..1 "' aia avaiiiy. tention of the I L'iii'iciatie p.uty - to 'IMairtter, Oi've a iiiiml to havo $5.00 43.00 nominate a man who will not talc borne more pictures tool; of inynT $4-042.50 MM and th" old inisstn!" hi- - conviction. 1111 the inesof theilny. 42.00 43.30 mrjAJ. ljlm w FOR IADIM TbihWiiM more than tho joker had nilll?Ba7 Mr. Cleveland brought about his de( baipiined for, mid l.o huri ietl away 42.50 Y 42.00 feat by coming oat Mpiarely ngniu-- t witliout i suiiitf liisi.tilijeelstoKit. $2.25 41.75 ' " the Pioteeiive Tariff. He let ihe "Aeii)-- n I.iiKl.iutl in ti Dog Cart." ,JmWm roil BOYS 42.00 people, know .aetlv vvl.eie he loud, .ilZH 1.75 rni l. Ullhll I' III roit he wa tii't'ordiiiglv letncd to ihe tho irreatchi . i: ,tei in liin iti anil cecltiMtni i. inivato life. . fitival of the venr. LIGHT . .. i. i . i 'l'l.. l i intt'e as iiothinir com- I'.'iiinciniir coiioiii.iii., w noever .....t tne.-eii-ts WAIIRIOO YLAS1 CO UlIRGirMlCM he may be, will in all probabiltie,-kce- p pan ti to tl. )mi ;iven at lifter. Erp aieof cotir!-- the principal feature, hi- - iiioiilh diiiinj.' thu mid not till 0110 Inn ,i'in Tlic DiMiincialic parly U baAt.irin the Costinoi Door and the THE BEST SHOE IN THE W0R10 FOR THE MONEY. (uoiivctr are of Jinfinoiii(iligroif,nnaivpreii ithaitl ol the 'I'm ill' nml they me in shops on the Xewkv Prospect in it far Li')nd iliuprU'iricliarKrO. sen n mouey ultiu inaa etwy lo imnfflue the hentity and iiricouronuinpeUciobouoinof echtbte.aiuau aim the Miup in ie'ai.1 to the ilvcr ipie. ilaintiiievj ot Caster productioiiM. . V. 1.. iiiViia'llrocki'o'Ii', IUua. Sold tir lion. Their phiii'mui to be pinmul-ptli-I'ot tunes in tiinkcts, laces and jewels HOCKER & TABOR, J in their c.iiiuii;.' Ctiuvciuiun nit spent on the conlents of tlieej;. Kosiue, Ky will contain iateri'tiii rending. a veiy pretty run is mado of jiinl; It veined nimble liinmid with gold.' will be a rir.nlille ami a laice, or el-- e Small ivory ckch tilled with hilver it will in ami k'udy maknti lovely oiTerirj: the hiethtell. milling tor fit' devout chtirehwoinan, and IS THE BEST. & for tho pitietifttl botiiowife a little Iielliv Hood. nisli biixket full of fresh egjw ls'won-de- i PpSWQIIinKO.OIlRIIQ . Ci Wll i Hll.l. .Ol' ,i , , rf,:.';e"f. fully attractive. New Yotk Sun !.c.o .AjoaKu'; '.;,,,,. .v. T T Hill Vll, HUH' ,i it I nut In mI, " riminiFOR &ALP. ny uiti. . i. ii 11, Illy., Win n. lllltl .1 III... rursiil Tliry V.'nu In ttnsluii. The Loading Fhoiographe ?. Two yomi,' ladies not into an ele;1-tiiGo car yehlerduy tttternoon. One II. A. LOZEIEUitCO,. was pietty. the other wasn't. All ictures Is Every Stju and Sue. n.iv- the M;uts who taken. Two voiiiil' Wholesale D.itiler, .,,,.,,,.,,.. men weio t.ittliij,' together. They afetrvJiii I'icturo Copied and Knlai''ei in"- CLEVELAND, O, A SI'ICCIALTY. (ieriimn. ftiid ono in the' i Mioko UK) .Superior Hi. 10.SI Main Slicet. "ti'v.,Mii,(,!m,m".,: "I m pilaff to uivo my n'at to tho .'ITnli . , Ott'FXtllOJU), KY .Mi- pi (ll'cfwioinil l)UitieJ. Morale Eskriiluu autl.C!. ... lluawull went to Cloveriioit on tlic lStli Hubert W'.oWt, t T;tr Fork, n in , on the lSll. ' tti'i' Mnick by Tlio VMiiii'olliiiiw liLfhtniiiir Tuiadiivltlio 17tli. Onu ol'1 tin1 chimin1! a wits torn in tuiw down .... ., . . ii I Hid M'liuinij Wcre u i to t lenml. nil' teirilily Iriglitcncil, bill lickily iWn. .,,tlmu.r.,,.nr..!.llloov of( t)0 ol(l jllsUu f;nu i,0Vi oi'l'tieu, Mis .Iiiii1iiu Miili-ui- . is viiitinu friends ami relatives at this llllU'L1. Miss Sillio ('(iii'iiinii, Missus ' ton iited the ' if Hartford, lift Hewlett M.ij.'tjio j'Iovcih J May !2."itli. Ae 1 have not seen CENTRA Ii CITY, KY. any news from this place since old died, I thought I would give R. R PAXON, PROPRIETOR. Snap you a few items, health is good tit Ifns just been rqmircil and newly this writing. Farmers arc n little lute furnished. Located close to Depot. planting their corn on the account of Good s lunch. Give ineals or One has four acres of wet weather. it a trial. of tobacco set and 110 corn planted. lbirn,to the wife of Ulyssus New-comni'il.i Jim DO VOl' VA r TO Jl AMItV. ami l.ulii'! a girl. "iH'iil lellt r limn iilli'iiii'ii Thomas Xewcomb, S. A. l'ark and tr.'iittiti. aii.t iiiimiii. ir.miiill oii'r t!u' I'n'nili.i' If I.H, jlltltlil trn I'l'lltmlllil Uii'iUMI i.J.J W. I. Hoaghiud went to Owcnsboro I In. eex nit mil.tn.MiIrt I ..i,. nilldl OniMiilr rl with two loads of tobacco. llluix. winch "III uttmil oii limn. IiimIIIiI'iI Thursday rnj'i 111. tit IIihii liml inltijl. noli They report tub ice.) n(, 11 good price, nuiiiln'rriiiilalii 3011 Irit i.f Ioniumirotn jounji I. II. la Iniiiilivl' twentv-fbu- r hundred pounds brought Nilii' nml Ki'iitlciiii'ii Kiinllnui'orri !ni', - fi n " iirst-elasK111 ilii-im ComnuM'cial Hold ftjfc fflr -- ip wmm W ! - T i t - mi iimotMtmm mm Ml X33tV. JmWlSPto4lmwl Rh t I mtt.MmdrWsrr ikfcK ST h ' l V mm w ."T'M .at --M rU 'aA-- .. -- ?ir ,i. LlfiHlfgE5T EhbodiesEveryDesirable Improvement Many Exclusively Its Own. fbrf ytovm ! woman can Me.aM a. tcmn casew; w3ttJToiible Jo JSutste cant wasb ter coiJe5 6ancoper I I '.""::".. I ! .:.,.;;"; ...-- . Handsome 7 Vil'i rj FULLY mimsmm, perfection afte knows, LUUI5). HTED . 1 ". Flegantly " Finished see MVtltftHi AGENT Iairki?k's uur m9SnrJSSsM or N.K V'ATOnAMWX --y- ' Clairelie Soap St.; rn f TOL v s A LIVE AGENT WANTEU IN EVERY TOWN assm C.Theo.Cain, AdjustaWo Extension Stand. ' , L J V , v. 1 'wfff O0 - dll C I Ii X I 1 1 .... Mustan g Liniment, r urc for the Ailments of Man and Beast. " d 1 d, l. iii-x- ,!0.Y r.7iz. - i.Ij 11 1 i TionfT-tcbto)'-'- . 1 1 tl f i .VI vNolothcr'application well-know- j- -i ?,V . V pain reliever. uso is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farner, the Stock Kaiser, and by every one rcci'ing an effective liniment. . -. , . h ,- ft 5 the.-udo- U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. iuik ,., o- ilp hi.nj UlAastalil. ..... ill.Slantl. Fluu. r MiI. .1. , i ... ... I. lllmni .It, i"J. ltiJllrPJ).Om't,; 1'hlu.nirir ui.,1 i.llioi.i Ii',, a. lunl a that.hituttN.llllil.il. Ulit M rl, .I.M In. Iflchlr Wil H - "la. i.r lop Hill .1tilujanl k. II I'llii S, kllll ItAlll.Pur. llllurv at at. in. 11 vi ia.iiiii.tuiiMlk,.t.i. M. Pinq I'"- tv iiofficacy. compares This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of with-n it ' . MfftlA.NT. ,, Li.'i.u:.t. .,.,. .,- .- . - 1 Accoun's of (' crs Alercliants r nt e 1 . Spec! allV. paid. ., - 21 tils Rl 2 1 m ? R 53 Mm i IV H H PI mmmMmambi&udKa&ttjxZiidL 1 Ifill d H Pi a9 B ha . Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. litirc I'i.iii i i n riiiinnunn i..i iiiiii-iilllltl I'lll.'IIISIII n M I I. II ,111 it lis, II llll'l. III -n iwv(,7 .n,. mihu i Wt ml J lllilO nt Munition III lilt) lili,l .1 11 M lllll.til In.' 1,1 h 111;, 1 iii vi I I.I llll'lllllt "ihlU' tlfli,-- "II..I ll'tl'lltilia t.i 11 llllllit I II. III. lit 11,1111,111 till. I ..1111) niiu,. does he ptoms '!' IXHV Not .ipASE lMhi " i;:;i 'I lmiM.-)iol- Vuim V I n'nn fiflur i....,..(,.i 11 ' j.n O'T' )j H'fgdEspeciallyFcrEXERCISIINGandSpEEDING. Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be IHEMOST PERFECT SULKY CART INUSE kiH i 'HZ -- Fy?fr' 'r LorisriLLK r -, l - i Cu-le- T.IP .IIodI Mirrcaalul ISrnicdi'tTcrillwuv. buit itia.9 iut rri'.l, na it Ii irrl.tln In its ifTtx-l proof U.luuri bll.Ur. Kendall's Spavin Cure. l.iMMicy. Miimlilcr Joint IitiMriu'aitMll1o til lit l.iinirufi, ti(HltolIl l.atiirnr-- n lu 1'iiri' I'ooi. 1 h'ii wurMiitf Kii Illiv-Jul- nt la;iii'iiCh4un'l n ill euro Hint nil with Ki'inlall )lTlut'utf. It N tlio l.lnlmriit fortiimior Ix.ut 1 lmopir iucI. Ilct mnmiiKaiillt to nil titir. owu m. Hi ill itlhivuuiirkiilimuruvutiiulilf, I ut t.ltliimt )mir I.tnliiiiMit uunld luMwtrlhk'ii. I Ii tvj fr' ii U t hi ikuI It fur Miriilu anil flriili"ti.iti'uri1 thim. Tlivy ay it lilnlK-- t iUyiiru.,U. Ytur truly. :,u.B. WELLa. ,bi.7o' Iittle Hock, Ark., Autf.Vil"Jil Dn. n. J. Hi Co. i Unit- -. U with ttir prnlfNt niiiUfaetltui tliat I Inrorni)i)U tliatllmviH'tint) tlii'fiitlnwfnKdlKi ni,: will fiilis-cribe- n Post-of-o- 1 Pie-itlen- Kendall's Spavin Cure. rNTO Tor Catalogtio unci Pricos, vrito tho Manufiioturors, Bl-- 1. ,.r.. DRY HOP -- aw mLr'T YEAST m num jiurlMI trontid with Ki'iflull'i tl' ira llmi'tuiliiuf hcven turkUiul 1. ituirlv n huuiK a In m anil rmni'ltti-lttiipisl th. I iiiH'iic. nut remnvtit tlio rnUrK-- i icut. H.lo uor'tt) lli liamn iiry h&rt cur fl !', ho inor Iih4 h'itvn ititv limuuitii inlihvr l'uu I fujaiiy dlitrriMU'jl i thoslzof lint Ikh k h U. I Vn. Rpml 1 Tl. 3, i:r.vnLl. (Ii'itn-I- ii tin ViiTo, Ci!o Dec. St. USi. Co., l.u.i.liur.'li KalU, Vt.r Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN,; U.S. A. tummMammmrmir. Tmwwmmmmvnmurmmrmm, Ywuid l r uly, COOl.l.Y. "Seeing Is Bel!evmg,0" tuwm UUVviJiiot ft. ' ifflfWJHlfilWIfc I'll '.4i, .si fnllef l.n 0- - -- Itll-ali- i:il4ZZmtM. R6SER Vrtrn At p r hulltr, pi jhjt hot tlm for Alt ih'it'fttil tm ir tt run fitt it nt, or it will hi' Mfiit tu tint ml ih'tit im ttrrtjtt of'jirtei' by the propria .f.7. f Vw .n.rl... ,!,. And a good n If 1 Limp - nrif Clttll.l.. Il ,1 - . wmmkfOm R. a. 1. KENDALL CO., BREAD Cnoshurah Falls, Vernn"1? o cum-pain'- r W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Cpn?iIW -- .Jhe Pittsliurgfi Lanip 1 Vii'aiv en ti out; v seems to I 1 sit ! lnr ffiiir -- ic-u- li -iun Ojfik.I.3L. m-.u- ON ,lark itoiUor, lEWMEi J'JWf1"'- - sa W ttiK iiieiui .n, ished to It .'ctn s leat'h tlic ' to.. gocducts cf , , JlrJ Simfilt, Ju'itutiftil, these . ri i .c Utu.hcster" .uc to s.o " will imprcts tlic truth rooro forciLlv. All metal. tough nr.il ieatnlc!,!, :.;ui niaiii! i.i t.irre jncccs only, C. iJv ivf 3 it is alisotuU.y Jtwarni unereaMOu, 1....0 Al .tlui.rs cf ol I, it n l.nui. a "voml ti.l l.nn.t , ' ( r i.s pur vclous li 'it ii wtrcr r.nd nn ris li Jit softer t!!.".n eketne lip!.: end r.iur'.1 c.ttv rful t'.tnn ci.licr. AE& rvil: f ir thisitinintt- .Tiik nrvnr;Tr!i . tIf !So i1irir.itr i i ttiti,t.fiMiUa r iuw u c"iuii .ill mi u1y.iim ..it telcn I ji . 'II tcit.l e r vx I uur iUw... n ct.r .,.wJ JLrf. " j.iiic vi I. im t.iu i.i-t- it I ame Start ti..he I. j , .T,w i.oc:ii:ixi::: :....-- :: co l aril t'lacc, r.'civ Vorlt City. .? cooil. fiJwnrds nuan rvich, Gi tmsmm i 1 - bri-lit- 1 T ! - y . -( -- Tiho Rochester.1 r.-- ' .ffift&evtry wry, (Will i : .. t. iijjiu. hi , KJ3CBrMW azacjissnxzx.rtijc.'rrmr: tni a ii :. ;i c The only care it rcqtiius meiit. 'i Li.L" Ul 4tadT0R 0$ mill Qt i I .farmers of Ohio e Agents Wanted! i.i 1 iMowinu' iMilt'llMK', )l'0)lirO( !() -- aiicotiierreinieii WVll. tai-o- in ivo vouthc vorvbest on same. l lnco Who Dan vvi?!i1'i Tk.vcv. piiicluiM1 I'u-- yoitny latliesi accepted tho kiadno. aiid thank'ed tho land men -- in tiermnn. Uoston Heiald. Uoth y.-iu- '. lljti'tslj" iPitp.Imust imo then." (ierniaii): Kivomino HASHI3 & KUiD, lABLERpil C BUGKEYELlU .i...irt'i,..,..r,.r.r. r)i,ii., a.,,. IJ.Mi'MICItS. ,u A.JIimi', .i ij and wiping. i:t falls out when the .'uy is taken oil, not into n cl:ct as in other central-.tiigl- tt lamps. P'.'.tting in a new wiclc is ft i,ry easy matter indeed. ! this seems strange to ' ;c who knows how trouble- 1 'W rfllz7UU iillUWl lU.i WWlt.1 rrrA 1ntnrtr nm I: is in all tne good lamp" rr:s. Send for a primer. ! 1 FCR FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, i j SO PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL MALA!ALD3S0KDERS. CENTS FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, RICHARDSON-TAYLO- 'U PREFAREOBY R MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. j i& m3mfi:rmMk mmmymmmm asvL-- T l-.ti'j. 1 llotul, t'lovurpott, buri'li, I'a. Ky. PlTTSbURCII BRASS Co. l . Tontho Parmors em n in' .Mowing tin clan Drills and lhel)eei' .Mjjrlaue nml Ilayiaiti .lill, Htudi nt U y -- Father, did you over study arltbnietii1? L'titliui1 (iiiilitniaiitly) Of coureo I Mitdi'd miihutetie. ttndioiia lioy Well, I can't find KlIIIIU , a'lllltl 'ii tpiiii.lr tli ii rNil Ja?4 r. jun't I t !j kJJ V" V JII 3 Irtti J I C 1 1 i OINTMENT: A VKA U asVrrilLi 11 I J1 I i fl IB n Wl.-.- K'lllin lr lei t nml lil lliitl. ft .f UtfMulraMtitrrult iHiif, r IIj aH'l ajuli kl rf LhOmi HciWi-- r iniu hiImIIIiIi iriiiihiy, 1 ru(lli wlili ii Iiiimui i imi tiMibi mm ', f. kill ttiiic. .1 tvl.o lu mil Intuit. Il ii, -ill hcri hiJuiliUutlf. m ni 1Ih- 1Uu.i "rlltt-- lltr I MllUUururu tb ni.il ) H i itiftti , hi. h f i i i4 am ka I riiMmal. Ijr lr I Illir. Im.i.rNkri Ml n I u.nt I. ,,r r CURES HOTHINB BUT PILES, SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BE8T REMEDY FOR PILES. lrar;lllllUDUX.TinOIID. CO., HT.WCIJ. A Oreani and enlirsMVomi.. lloni ititpiivil, Lorn Manhood Heatorrd. MHa,,uHVI lucwurr, uizzigchg. ihiw.u. .,vucaltucn nervtnniieKS rnrfd br th Ienn AND UNDEVELOPED W EAK itreiictli.iud j "Jl. ,A,i WF tilBS.aaafii-M- f m&L-AzsMataBrrill.Ua J INaWnriaiWHiaVfraJilmrSv.'. .iWMaV. W JWKki nMi.mmmwMt. t y 9,YA ' y' i.mvJhtitdii-dit.- - G.mdNowb. .1 , I.'. OM, U(iriUiiUrrici:K. Ai).:r...(i.... l,l,I,.N, link. I'JO, Aiiviiiliu Ir,- - iiMl.liiirii-- ilMMI rartmh ll 1M ; ilx'lioiia fur IteDinllM. 11.00 IVlU. A written ipuiruntca of euro with every KiMid unmp lnr rartlnilara to tlio lx lanxe. Jlly rr tn i!0U VKSS I'lTY .IIIIIIICAI. 'U.1flANV, Morlli hccoml Street, VUII11., !.