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OFFICIAL ORQAM OF THE FART? wx SUBSCRIBE H - 1011 tiii: Wo are well rtiiijiliud with the very best material mid buo in our uniploy us LrM)l workmen mi can be fonnd, 'rices roiiMtinublc. 1 INISE FOURTH tiKlY.milimi TERMS S1.25 Fir Amco, h Admct, BON ihs ;J5zk per year. 11 xm VOL. IY. RECONSIDERED LOVE. timid, My innocent blue-eyeFor tlio yen limy lust u lifetime. hilu your youthful roses fude, Whilu your eyes nre red with weepiii(,' Atiil'wutcliitif; tho treacherous hcu; Till you cing the boiij; of the lone one, "lie never came hack to me." be some tobacco HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. tii i NO. 46. State Directory ., . Hnvtmor Lieutenant tavrmar., A.irelary ol rltitlej..... (((in nil- Allorin-Auditor Treasurer of Ijiti'1 Olll. Mill CI,. J, Y. . HniHii . ... VV M.C.Air.ml llnilli i J. Ilrndrick II. "Five jeiiw to vviiitl" Don't do it, .h 0 Noniinii " , A ..llinrlll Hanngo ,lJuUht Urnrra t. Public Itflriicllnn . I!. I'. Tlmin'oii '"" - Five ) earn to wait, while others Am tliiiicinj: the daneo of youth, Ami the one iierliiiiw you are trusting Ma) Oh llonili) in CiriiiifOonrl rai' Is breaking his vows forsooth, iu.Nticmiirr I. P Lithe "I nhull wait for mvlove, my tlarliii;, lu.lj.- "..'",,' N",1' l'iniiiiilirullir .Mlnuiey V!io Inn sailed for o'er the sea, I' Hindu ick ej.,c ) ' '"It Five years, or ten, or twenty," Said the blue eyed maid to me. I !' pr'n Jmlxr I' r I' AMnriit .So she tt'unte lierswct love letters, Itnttllll lliilbriHik i rrirv:::::::.::::..:.. Or teniiL'd her garden ll'iwor t -- I I' jil.-Monday In rrh innnlh Vnnrtcinvi-ni-tlii-1- t Or xMilrlittl th restless billow On the beetling cliffs fur hours; I'mnl riiniim' tin- :inl Morula) In Jini.try, While olio turned her suitor jiining Aril, Jbly inl ivtljr. ttr, A way from the cottage door, y Csvut of Claluao. iViirl lirjiln vll"- '' Monday In OcloWr and And waited, patiently waited. f$ luiiiiut). One long, long year or more.. PiiUnPrliiti-r.......- .K Polk Johnson it Addum- coxriT': ! Cuinnl-slmi- 1 4.ni-- - r In I'l In M irvli, June, Hcpti-.nUi'U9lUMI'- - ,1 IM.T'- rtltll I''t'llUHTi I- I- JKTH U J iVhiniT, A. 1,1, , .1, 3. .: MoK iniilo), l.lrl'lIrl, Juslli-e'- :( I II Tylruiist.iUa. iH. T. . W I ' I HI M1tl.lt. l.ioull, II, It.U. Hlil, W, I". If'.I.' Hum, culislablr. rukl.lllll, ,'i lUkllUlD. Hmirvsv. -', ' I' J lie constable. ( Pur) Hi urn It, 7, :, 7, 7. 1 It T lit ihIit, i, S. S, S. J lUMIe V llUr. t. , 1, , 1, ('tillilU .) l, I. ' ( J I llliiylurrnurlnlilfi Ih I. KiiU.iri.i.n, Ii, II, II, I, Wnudwaid, II, II. II, -. u V Howe II. II l;.iir. Jl .Mill), 11, In, ,0. )tV I'Myrr, I", f,'. PMilt. romi-tuMi-- . 1'nllrr imnlU-.-J- J U 'ourl. Kaid the bluceyed maid to me, And she glanced at her last new suitor And then at the restless sea; A she glanced at the roses fading In her garden fair and brigh; Twice eonie.tw ice gone since he left her Two years beforo that night. And ho married her last new suiter Hefore the winter sped! And she wrote to her absent lover On the day that she was to wed; ".She hoped lie would not suffer That the shock would soon be o'er," And the answer soon iiiforiued her He had married a year before! IZiehaiitje, "Tis very weary waiting," Mlflirll, J'U"i " I" lini-- l. judgi'l J W l)lr. rl, KvimiiVil.- -J I. IUmpuk'-- W llvsunmi.-Klrkls ililiin,ii.Uui J llrlil, judge. A lliillmd. WASHINGTON. Doings and Workings About I. Iliil.li.-- . Judge; WPIImmas, Un.lM.-5 uinMlml, l! J There will be no lack of flags to tleeoralo the "tracts nml biiildings of KINDERHOOK. J II Wllw.ll ; Biirr)or i! rrr..ti Washington, during the (!. A. K. enJune 'III. As Grasshopper fail A..n.ur It KiKiri Ji.f A Itmil Mil" nttrll.lrnl.. 1 J V llrmll.) campment, ns the 'resident has up to give you any news for the last two i:..ii.iur proved the joint resolution authorizing weeks and thinking probably that war.cnsr. znizzjzzt the loan of (J ivernincnt flags fir that some thoughtless crenture pcrehanc tl.irtl nn.l purpo-e- . to tread upon him ami trampled him M. t I UiirlliSitii.U) in Mill month. The .Semite broke the record in the beneath their feet, 1 will semi you n t.Ylirk rrry Miiulny miiniinjj. Itn. h. I.. matter nt disposing of general approfew items, not wishing to boat Grassrli',l'lur. Miiir. HnlilUI f'lilirrh. vrrvic'i rwry Siih.Ih) i priation bills when it passed the consu. hopper, but merely to keep people Jn.Hii.f puii.H). Sal.ltl.-.lnMinorulii nt ti Vlwli. Ui'T. J. H. Clt'iimn, l'iitor. lar and diplomatic hill within thirup to what is going on in Kiuderhook. Hrt mul fniirlli i V. V. vliiircli. uii.tM hifoltnnntli,aliliiitli.iHliiioUt,Joolu.k The Sunday School nt Alexander ty minutes from the time it was called ..,., snii.lnv iiinmliiL'. tlrr. 11, II. Mi'Dmml I'ltn. M. i:.'hiirch.(-.- l p""P' up by yenqjor Iile. This was a most U in a flourishing condition. K t Jui'imiriiiiiir n.l ninlit. Miss Priidio Ford has returned to remarkable piece of legislative wmk, Itri.N Nhlulic. l'.i.tor. . ... n4 ..'..... (coi.)-ac- rcr Aipii iiiNt, na the nmcmlments to the bill iu pa's-cher Inline, below town after a long tliinlhnnil.) niiiiinniiii. niijlit. IIiImIIi.hUmi llo'lliicl . . Itet.J by the House were numerous btuy with her mint, Mrs. T. L, Uaird. man by . the nuiuiuof A young il lid important, nml cieh of them had to be reatl and ugiced to by the Son-ti- te Davidson, dias made an application before the entire bill could be for tlio school at Alcxunil t. We pawed, Nearly all of these amend- wisli him success. Miss Minnie Hainl has returned ments were made to check the silly attempt of the Democrats in the home from Ciinoyville, whore she House to cripple our consular and bus been for the past two months, nt diplomatic service just at the time woik with Mrs. Snflie Unwdcu, a when one increasing foreign I'liioinerce popular Milliner of that place. Mrs. Rettic Maple is visiting at makes il ud.'isuble to sliiigtlieu both. Of course there will be n light in con- Rjckport, the guest of her son, S. 0. iu;rvi:i:N ference over these amendments, but Maple. Misses Alice Ambrose and Carrie and MEMPHIS, the probabilities are that tho .Senators LOUSVILLE will insist upon them and the House Cox, Reda, spent Saturday ami Sunwill have to give in. day 111 Kindeihoiik, theiustsofWin. PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, An attempt is being made by the Ward and family. ritOM AND TO Democrats of tho Ilmiso committee W. II. Barnes, a popular young i.oinHVii.i.K.MiiJirniN.VM'Ksni'iin on uppropriatoiis to favorably report u school teacher, was iu Kiuderhook, IIA'IO ltIJi:,"iil SKW HI.KAT, bill making an appropriation fur the one day lnt week. till .llilillilll". Ho vn- - on his relief of the Minneapolis (hod suf- way to lkda, where he made nn apThe Quick and Desirable Route ferers, but there is little chanco of plication for the school at that place. TO AM) FIIOM the Mr. Holmaii, success as Miss Gertrude Mills was in Hartl'MlrllU'llillIll Illl'tltlllirO V,..v Yuri. alford n few days la.t wjeok,, the guest Wrt.liliit'ton Ntirfulk ()i I'nint L'titilorl autocrat of that committee, luu lllnliiiiiiml lliill'ulii C'ltivol imj ready madp tho ppiiu,ttco tirii do.vn nf Albert McUrocklin aud faniily. T.('lipiiifHKi'iii Hiiimiu a similar lull. iij!in.iH Miss, Carrie Smith, Owensboro, is kngtorn and Northoastorn Points Senator Morrill confounded the visiting friends tintl relatives in this VickiburK ll'ilmi ItmiK" Miid Muniilii members and adjoining neighborhoods. Democratic Nuw Orloan Mobile l.lttlo Kock Hot .Sjirlug niid jisliiU In WonViiiif4-i-- o of the Semite Committee on Finance Wood Tmsley and C. it. Campbell, J1i.Upl the other day, when his report on the were summoned to appear before the Ti'Xiu Arkiuirti ljnijiiniH Htul Ho Smith mid ellect of the Tariff laws upon trade U. S.Grand Jury week before last. MOUTH WKST. relations with Canada was under disAlex Bennett, of this place and The Hi o u thnrotiglily uiiuippcil nml in cussion, by showing that the statistics Miss Lou Hart, Vine, Grove were condition, mid jirovldosnn exceli presented by Senator Mcl'herson in quietly married at tint home of the lent nrrungcitient In timootid through citr report, claiming to prove bride one tiny last week. May hapi the time mid convcnloncu a minority A iKATL'int KxnrcM Traim. that producers of American farm pro piness be theirs throuuh the rugged evtireU by the Limited O.sLy bid betweeu JjOuUvillu ducts arc not benefited by tho paths of life is the wish of, n'd MeiiiliU, nml tho best nnd imiekol Tariff law, were unreliable Daisy Diiane, ervlce botwetn tho two citieeoveroll'ercd. mi.I .ill rtenlreil "'f''""' mid utterly worthless, and to blinuh Tickelt.TliiwTnUri ' M Ipg (ra;iinont he minted recent utter Nebraska Eoho. Mr. G. D. Bonnutt cashier of the ances of Lord Salisbury anil Sir W.H,FrlT.ti&,lTui.A7tltttiniili.I(T. , Chailes Tupper in favor of Protec- Savings Bank nt Tocuiuseh write-effectually removed two bad "I have tion. TKX. II. II. I.OlllMVlM.t:, NT. l.UUIN In carrying out their programme boir spavins with two applications, This of using the alleged Thiid l'nity to each of Quinn'H Ointment." LotiiTillSi St, Lcuii & Tens tilnj. throw the election of I'residcnt into remedy has tho ondorsenmntof tho the House, the Democratic bosses of host Breeders in Kentucky. HCIIBDIU-IS KHKKCT NOV. 1, IB'II. .No, .VI, i.M, the House have become very graH'llly. Dull). VESTWItlSl'. CLOVERPORT. cious towards the Alliance. Represenil.'jl p. in. 711311.111, I.v. UmlKVilkJuno f. The Masonic Lodge in tatives. They assisted them in get.. R:IIh. Hi, 7:'.ii i. in Vt I'olnt ao many nr .. U;17 ii. m. S.U7 i, m.' UritiuUiiiiiri... ting the resolution iuloited by to having tUite n boom, ... UltljUJll, b :I7 i. in. Irlnnini d going in that the L,odge is compelled, Wvs "!."! . ur!M!-U,ll',- , Himee Inatnipiwg (jr..1ii.p.lrt.. to hold extra sessions to accommodate in. lR,l.Vii. jjeans Committee to report the 10.111 p. III. ,., Hill u. in. lmevl!e bill, ami Speaker Crisp bus the candidates. ,., ll::Uii, in. HUI i. III. 1'Hiiiport Mrs. Robert Young nml sister, . in. 11:11 i. in. , U: 10 Owriiilioro promised them that the Committee .. l;ni. in. II..Up 111. SlKitlmlllc days for Morgtiufield, are visiting Mrs. Charles will set aside three .. l;Wi. in. U.Mll. Ill, on llulcs Ar. Ili'inlrrwn " debate thereon, as soon as tho appro-priati- Skillmuu. .No. t,2, No.M, The Brick plants have secured D.uiy hills lire nil disposed of. Dull). KAST HOUND.., a contract with Louisville contractors Quite ii number of Washington . 7;ISn.m. .1: l.'ip. ni llrmli ron L. SlMlttHVlllO 77'b.'ii'i. a. 17 p. in. veterans will nttend the twenty-thir- d uinl the city, to deliver over'a million , Mil . in. t:'j'i p. in, Oiiriii'oro reunion of tho Society of first class vitrified brick. n.tf irf in. A.o.Xi. Ill, iinuual Lrwlaport Cluiroh lias been Tlio Christen VM ii. in. imip, in' the Army of tho .Potomac to ho held HhhkviIIo nun ii. in. C:.'i7 p. in, . clofrwrti revival u veiy suooessful Weiiclny IllillllllB . in :u ii. iii, tl:l'li. in. if Scruqtmi, JV'l-- i ' meeting here for the past two weeks, p. iii, nnd T'uirsUiiy of nent week. . U(4'i,"l)i iulnsifin , llr."iH, in, 7:11 p. III. llRimltiliurg .... closing Monday night, with an enterTho Hill canvass for tho Democratn-.p, iii, 8 Hi p. in, .WlBl'lhllllt tainment, that paid them well. . l.ixi p. III, U.lO p, iii. ... ic nomination seems to have degenerLuiilaitlt Ar. lluck Adkisson went to Now AlClevehiutl iinybody-to-heat T"Hin No. M imJ No. 6J mule ennnri'liiui ut ated into (Simiiiy axceplril) (th liiilnt on l.oul. nflair. bany Monday. Buck is mi old bachiMintfon Wutlirii It. II., rnt mul Till, llur llniliurir ... elor of uncertain jears, but n little fii IwiiiiiI. for flirlhrr Inroriimtlon, mIiIivkh black-haire- d woman of the Honsier SELECT. II. V, MOHIiUi:, Ocii. J'.i'r An't. Lonlmilli', Ky. his Juno D. The farmers have again State, appears yet to fields and have begun its juvenile strings. gone to their BKOWN'H 1UOS IIITTKnT ALMASfAO IllllllirCU III Ulljrii ui ouuiiutiiito ploughing thuir cnr.n,,.whieli needs Ihllsl l'or : CoiitullH One llun.lrrjl lUclpr. for mil it.huilly. Tho wheat crop through are being shipped from here dully. This iiiridiicioiiCiuay.tUopiy nml 'null Kly Tbll .oqVKtthis section is- - not good. There wi I hot weather is putting a smile of satis- uuU uuerdl morcii. Othrr oillll Oinrrr. J Cluadrr, ju !)!' " - tho National Capital. " - set through here. faction on tho face of the faruicrnnd , Quite n number of uur citizens horticulturist., ,, Clovcrport can rightfully boast of attended the ordination of M. M. Hampton, at flreen River Church on the prettiest .girls and tho most of the !J 1st. We were glad to have Dr. them of any tovu of lis sio .in this Coleman with us on that occasion. State, noted as it is for its female Itev. James Davis filled his regular loveliness, and4more of them nroat appointment nt this place Sunday. (Improper age for matrimony, in proportion to their.iumbcr,aiidpld, maids There Was a large and attentive audience present, Tho Sabbath School nmong them. .Itoyg, if,yoNiry.jrttni to ut (.irccu River Baptist Church con. lose your heat! nut heart cojie to Clovcrport. tinues to grow in interest eaeli SabI want to ask'aj'ew tjuaslicu of tho bath. Quito a large crowtl was presDemocratic politicians ent Inst Sunday. J. L. Smith, of near this place, has nml when these iiroaijswored correctbeen tjuite sici; for the past week, but ly, probably wil nsk somejmorc: I want to knowiwho will bo nnmi; is much better at presunt. natptl at Chkaptm Ilowhyou expect Sabbath Your tciiho attended School at (ireen Kiver last Sunday. to elect a President; witliout New IJcv. Simpson Keown will preach Yoik or IndiauuNVhat's your party at this place on the Ith Sunday in principles iu cferencb to the Silver What's the Democratic this mouth. Ilov. James Davis will tjuestion? party done ninco 1850 that has not River Uuptist preach ut CSreeu I been detrimental to the countrv? Church on next Saturday. I'M VVibnn, of near this place, was Who pays the tax, if the Tariff is one, tried for lunacy last Tuesday at Hart-- f on articles that sell for much less than the Tin iff is on them? What's the nil and sent to HopkinsvilleWedncs-daSherills Johnson, present member of Congress, from by Deputy of Fordsville, and Chus. Sullenger, of this District, ever done to entitle him to What "Jacksonian Hartford. While making ties a few days ago simplicity" i, you nre always talking one mail by the name of Hargrave about, as taught bv your modern and another man iuarrcled,wheu the bosses? What the Democratic party latter threw his broad axe nt Har in Kentucky would do, if Henry grave, cutting his leg nearly oil". He ' Wutterson did not tell them? What was sent to the hospital at Louisville has become of your "honest Dick Tate" and the money he stole from immediately for treatmeut. L. F. IJaughn, Mngan, was iu the State? What the country will do for money to pay the large appropriatown Saturday and Sunday. tions made by the present Congress, The school election at Bai.etown if the Turill is cut down? What Tar-i- ff resulted in the election of J. H. Stewreform is interpreted by your large art as trustee. No wed tlings ut present to report, majority now in the popular branch of Congrc-s-, or as interpreted by any but think I will have soon. Democrat out of Congress for that Maunim Aihii.la. Vi:ua Fuji:. matter? y XV :srs HiMmIIi-"-Ii"- HnMwlh-wliop- d Unt-clH- y Wfl'r'tr' ' - . Ill-- te (;HVI-T"- I ury i Tho,McKiiiley Iill goes marching on iu spito of the distressing predictions ot calamity slirickers and sentimentalists. The New York Shipping aud Commercial Lisff a trade newspaper, now in its ninety-seveM- h year, adds. Its .testimony iu the following editorial 011 ''Flax Coming to This Country:" In response to a letter sent to a Government official in Ihe West, it was learned that l'any amount f flaw fiber, more than all paper" mills in America can possibly utilize, w.13 grown'in MiunessQtn, Iowa apd in North and South Dakota, while if other sections of the country were included the is endless," So far as the possibilities of the flax fibre industry iu the United States are concerned, the advocates of the tarill'law, it is asserted, call well aff'erd to throw aside all figures, probabilities anil possibilities, anil simply rest their argument on hard facts, and these are that English, Iiish, Scotch and Welch linen factories which have been established over ICO years in the old country arc being moveJ over to the United Slates; not one or two of them, but many ut n time, so just now the influx takes more of the form of a stampede. firm (the nnme beOne Scotch-Iris- h ing purposely withheld) which has beeu established over 200 years, und which, during 1891, employed daily from 1,000 to 1,500 hands, came over to the United States not more than iwo weeks ugo, and will open a linen factory us soon as its muohiucry can be completed. Instead of bringing le their machinery with them, the managers of the firm are having it all made iu America, aud machinery worjh 390,000 is now beiug manufactured for them iu Putersou, N. J. ' Within three weeks another English I). F. CSibhs was in town Tuesday. firm which has beeu engaged in the Mosos R. Glenn, of the Central manufacture of carpets over two cenCity Herald, was in town Friday. turies has moved to the United Stales Ruv. A. D. Lcitchfiohl, passed because the American (lux straw protlirniiirh Roekport this week, enroute duces the best material for making to Rochester. the body of the carpel. For tho Miss Annie I'uiriiei, was in same reason a twine factory employa fuw days hist week. ing from 200 to 800 hands has been .MI. Clark, 'Thomas W. Floyd, started iu New York and iustcad of S. G. Griffith and It. P. Miller woro using imported flax it will use the ro jistore.l at tin Cjuinurcial Hotel, American articlejust as soon ns the this week. farmers learn to prepare it for their Misses Ella Wade and Jennie business. Ca.siiliior iteuded Commencement A man who hits had long experio.urciso3 nt Hartford hist week. ence in the flax industry said to a reRev. Ellis Maddux and family, porter: "The development of this is almost boundless. It immediOwensboro, paid friends and relaately gives the farmer auywhere from tives a ple.1s.1nt visit last week. Miss Clara Patterson bus rone to 84 to 810 n ton for straw that he formerly threw away as useless. It the country for ihc summer. causes the expenditure in the United Quite u 'number of school K'r's are at home Misses Mhjj and Mary States iu wages of 20,000,000 which Ashby and Nellie Young', of Itussel-vil- lo heretofore bus paid to Europe. It causes a huge and immediate deCollet's, mid Miss Her, of Hartmand for machinery of Amcricun ford College. Mrs. A. II. Kevil an 1 daughter, make, and it leads to the develophavo returncJ to their home in ment of the jute, twine, carpet-baggi- ng and many other kiudred indusPineknoyville, Illinois. tries. Our cotton crop requires 90,-0Dr. S. A. Jaekso'i i.s in Owensboro tous of baliug California uses on busiuess. 21, .100,000 sucks a year, the United Perry Tiuhenor has accepted a position with U. S. Life Jusuraticu Co., States I'ostoflice Department uses pounds ut one kind of twine, of Njnv York. He loft for Evans-vill- o und for the cereals of this couutry we Saturday night. use 75,000 tons of binding twine, all Yo uro iDfed to a poverty social ot which are made of imported fibers to be riven al the Sfhoalhoiise costing us 840,000,000 annually. Friday, Juno It). All yo women Our flax and other fibers now thrown folks mid children must wear calico away as useless could be used jutt as dresses or you will bo fined Ucts. well for all these articles." All ye men must not wear hi led shirts'. Any man wearing a bilod HARDINSBURG. shirt will bo fined (lots. RefreshJune 9. Miss Josie Muttingly died ments served ut all hours. 011 Thursday, May the 20th. She was El.lsi:. buried Saturday nt the Catholic CemTiiiMtr.r. a:o.ii,Tii.vYi:n, ofnuiiiUn etery. llnl., Mi): "llolli nijKflf iiiulMilroweonr llira Mrs. Babbage, of Clovcrport,! vistoSIIII.OH'M CO.NlMIITIOX Vl'HK. Z. WiitnuiirininA Hi". iting Mr. V. G. Babbage this week. The young people of the M E. L,ooitinK Engineers. Chinch have been al) busily engaged The question of licensing engineers in prepnring for Children's Day, is being so agitated in every state in which is observed by the Church on the Union that within a slnirt time, the second Sunday in Juno. tor1 tho protection of Immau lives, it U. S. Deputy Marshal, C. L. Pute, will be impossiple for auy oue enwho had been on an oflicinl trip trusted witli steam to hold or secure through Ohio anil other counties, rea situation without passing a rigid ex- turned homo Friduy, June the llrd, amination ami obtaining a license. ami was confined to his bed by injuStephenson's Illustrated Practical Teet ries received while mounting his horse, has been, published to nid engineers Sam Pate and Charles Ilestou preparing to pus suoh examination, went to Owensboro Sunday, June the mid as it embraces all the questions 5th. to attend the U. S. District asked 011 the BoilerT Pump, Engine, Court, Dyuhmo, Corliu Engine, &o., it has Miss Bertie Taylor, of Rosettu. this already met with such a demand that county, is attending the Normal. This it is now in its fourth edition. Rev. L. K. Campbell preached at work,, which costs one dollar, can be tho M. E. Church, South, Sunday obtained nf the publisher, Walter C. night, June the 5th Krnft, 70 Lasalle Street, Chicago. from Estel Sutton came dowu ' T Louisville June the 4th to visit his hy Iii.lli-lloiYOU .MAIli: All!. or Al'l""!"'". Yi'llow purenti, I'om'iiwlion, piuincM, l .lilloh'n Vitiiliw-rsklur khIIi I'lirr, John D. liahhnge, editor of the Sol-liy V. W'n)iflliillm A Urn, Brcckeniidgo News, was in town last n What Protection is Doing. m su-p- ly PROFESSIONAL CARD. night of June the 3rd, to take steps to offer inducements for the company J". to establish their works here. A comATTORNEY AT liAWi T mittee was appointed to see if ground KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, could be obtained with sufficient water near to run the machinery. The JAN, I, OLE!, J. i. t.w(iia. committee lepqrted encouragingly on a-lon6s WddWyLsitr the morning of June 4lh, at another meeting of ".the citizens. It was deHARTFORD, K.Y. cided at the 'meeting that the citizens (Oftlc, orer AnJcron'ii IlKinnr.) ' Will tlivlrroruMon in tilth rrfiiru b petition the city council to appropriOhio mill adjoiiiluii countlf , awl court of AMI iittfiilion jiiyin to r.riininnl iiwtiie an4 ate enough money to buy the ground. cillrctionr. rtaKljr The council will in all probabilities do this, and after one Jiutidrcd and ten long years of waitfllg it may be . possible that our moss. buck, but chrisHARTFORD, KY. tian people, will be stirred up by the Will 'rctlcr h! profewlon In Olno tn,l0jla-I11shriek of the scam whistle and the euniirii'p, and thr court or Appaala,' hrmia ntivnllon hum'of mnchiuery. A little factory ftn to collection. Officr nortli aula public aquare, , Tf Ilf in this town would be a mighty interesting thing to us. Our last Court of Claims set a very bad piecedent when they refused to pay the jailor for guarding prisoners Will practice In nil courta or Ohio Andadjoiniaf while working out their flues as proCourt anil Court of uutitlra, ami In anil all legal btmlnraa alttiauaa' fill". vided by law. The result is that to. Office, No. , over Amlernon'a llaaaar, Ky. ri.ly there are men now lying flat of their backs iu jail, while they should be hard at work breaking rock. To a ATI0ESE7 AT LAW, large majority of the criminal class, 3CTT. conlinment injail is no punishment at nil, they see n better time in jail IS. 3B. than out. But a rock pile and ball and chain strikes them with terror. The next Court oi Claims will do well to investigate this matter. (Office In Cr.wder Building.) Some of our citizens are having Will prnctlm liln profession In all the courts of their houses newly painted. Some of Ohio and adlolnlng counties. Alao Notary Until j Public our Indies, as usual, are painting their Ed."wiii Ecwe . .nu-tk-- Hi't-c- Attorney at Law, K Attorneys at Law. SniM-riuColln-tloni A- Hart-for- i, Perry Westerfield 7V rioaine, K.y. 3S4C. "Wedding:, Attorney at Law, faces. old-sty- rocFport. Pa-dic- ab bue-iue- ss Will Haycraft, living near Sample, ATTORNEY AT came into town June the 2d and became druuk ami disorderly. Marshal Will practica lila In t James Beard went to him and told Ohio and adjoining pri)frion andail tlio CourU of In the Court counties, him that he must behave himself as Appeals. Special attention ulren to collection. Office, oier Williams, Hell A Co' drugstore. the town ordinance forbade such conduct. At this Haycraft pulled out his knife aud made threatening demonstrations towards the marshal, whereupon the iiiashnl, who happened to have an axe iu his hand struck him ou the head with the nxe causing him to stagger. He recovered, however, nnd again udvanced 011 tho marshal with his knife, upon this Beard struck him again and knocked him down. He was taken before the Mayor aud was ordered to jail. It required four OFFICE OVER RED FRONT The next men to take him there. morning be was brought out and Is prepared to do all kinds of fined teu dollars and cost. Dental work at reasonable prices. ' Your correspondent coucluded that He essayed to he woultl turn jxiet. write a poem ou the "Summer ShowA. J. SLATON, M. D., ers." The following is the result: & The Summer Showers nre falling; Formerly of .Millwood, now located al Laitah-flelAre falling all nrountl. offers his urofesiional services to Ihe peaple The Summer Showers are falling Urayson and adjoining couatias. Offlne in The Summer Showers are fulliug Mly (the Dr. lladeu property.) Are falling, falling, fulling. At this poiut his muse left him and SECRET ORDERS. he had to close. He will complete in Rouin Hood. the future. Xj. Heavxiaa., Hartford. Ky. il- IY, ft WillII DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, e, 00 Ntuth Wo may point out tlio desperate attempts of our countrymen to get at the proper utterance of Goetko's name. Probably tho jMitrouymio oi no great inuii has been bo widoly and Two Tturi iu each month at ! Camp, No. 35, Department Kentucky, meetsal Uartford.Ky ..second Saturday Cicero Maxwell Sons cf "Veteran. Ir.a, C. N. Ju. L. Uiiaiti, Capiat. , Ilowc, Sergeant. Gh A.. 13. -- so variously luihcnlled, Among tho varieties are Goaty, Gweotliy, Gooter and even Gutter, to which mode our less ambitious effort was lately corrected by a superior bookseller. Tho editor of a popular journal lately gave it out, with perhaps a too liberal concession to tho inflexibility of tho English tongue, as "Gerty." Tbopameof Mario Bashldrtseff is another verbal rock on which many a British tongue comes to grief. Havo you Marie Buskt herself Basht-hersel(ulmost everything short of Badgered herself) are the varieties one overhears at tlio circulating libraries. A young compatriot of tho hapless heroino pavo it to us as Bashkoort-cheff- , with tho accent on tho second syllable, which some--' might find as difficult to utter as tho three sneezes and "ski" supposed to be typical of London Tit-BitRussian nomenclature. ft Post, No. 8, DepurtwsQt l Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'olool ' Irfltchfield, Ky. r. ., In Court-Hous- J.WosGosmll ,8.A.Mc3iitsr,AdJ. P.S. Busts, Coso. I'simtov Mosro.1 Post No. t, Departmentof Kentucky, meets every Saturday before the second al, Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. in the court-hous- e Hartford, Ky. J.C. CmmitLm, P.C. J. M. Humor, Adj. R$2 M M fehSitfi' B: I liny Rum. Bay rum is manufactured in Dominica from tho dried leaves of Pimento act is. Bay rum is procured by distillation, and this in a very simple manner. Tlio leaved are picked from the treat and then dried; in this Htato they aro placed in tho retort, which is then filled with water und tho process of distillation is carried on. The vapor is then condensed in tho usual way and forms what is known as "bay oil," a very small quantity of which is required for euch puncheon of rum. Tho manufacture of buy rum is carried on at tho northern end of Dominica, and proves a very lucrative business to thoso engaged iu it, aa tho plants aro plentiful in this district. Gar-do- n and Forest. A man was urged to take a newspaper. "What is the use of taking itt I never open it, so I don't know what's in it. Whut good would it 'clo. mel" 'You tako liver pills occ&fonally, ' don't youl" A Logical Argument. Koenlg's Versa Tonic, and can asoosunend MM as) tbe twit medicine tor similar troubles. V. BOUNHOnSV. CiUNCT.Tenn., Ootoler, laWX Owing to a runaway a&out a year ago, my son thrown from k vragoa and severely hurt about tba bead, for many days hows entirely beside himself and ravtag, and noudaJooaalnaal watching. At this Urn 1 learned of Paator Koe nlg'a Verve Took) and at one ordered a boltlev After I bad given him tbe seoond doe ha fall into a quiet sleep and eeasedravlag, Tba next day bo aa much better, and when he had used up tba contents of tbe botUe be waa anUrely restored and il io still. lUtD DaSaKYVKH. Vulu.lila llAak an Ma Dlsouaea seut freio to urtfdreaa. W ttw'w end iwor psUenU caa. alto oUata 1 1 baas Oils iiodtciu iroe or cnarga. remedy bss been prepared by the lUvcreai This Ps.ior Koenln. of Vorl farue. Ind. alaca UK, aaa isaow Dnpared underbls dlrecUoabr th reraork for two years, for si blob X used Paator I suffered from temporary )! JMBaesstls)! aa 4fce Ls lilts, Plymouth C. la,, May, 188. sleeplessness from su BBam- LULL KOENIC MED. CO.. Chloago, UU Sold by Druggist at SI par Bottle. 6sBoMa Ears SU. alias. 8 Bottle tor !., OSTKO.UITITT. lmiiecuiTT. WORMS WHITE'S CREAM SO YEAR Has led all W6im Remedies. EVERY -- W iuii.i-rjl.l- li i VEMJ1ME' FOR BOTTLE GUARANTEED. '' TUVX A- ..,,, .11 I The mechanic's brass jjud, of our Rev. E. M, McMilliii, of Lebanon, e will address the people of town, is playing good music, under county at theCourt House in tho teaching of of Prof. Durick, of Hurdiiisburg on Monday the 20th, It has made great inst.,oti the political issues of the day, Cunnellton, Ind. Republican, standpoint, improvement. from a Spcakimr to commeiice at the usual There nre prospects ot a boom in Mr. Mc- - this town. A company from Tcnnes lime lor public speaking. x f : : . . .. .. ,.:i'i..,l onb. see is proposing to established a tight Mll.l DlliHR- llllll IB U KIIIVII o.l 01Jt ,,eur Republican Speaking. week. Ky,, Breck-cnrieilg- scription price. VI "Certainly." "Do they do you any goodi" "Of course they do." "Did you ever open them and find what was in them," That niado him shell out tho subTexas Sittings. rrMts, BOLD EVKltYWHEnE. TO THK bbO D, . k (jt ,;m. A II.- - te b,o ,,, i,.,i,.i t - HoM Slilloh'11 Ciiliirrli llriiisily. liy Z. Wnjii" llfiftlni tiro," .VtNtl. INJKCroK frr--i. lluiulrwl Shock a Year. The empire of Japan has no fower and The company than 700 earthquako observing stabarrel fuctory here. tho town furnish them tions scattered over it, and th rechas asked that 800 shocks that annually i villi lol 5 acres of ground. A Mass Meeting ords of tho country are accurately visit that Prior to crnta. was held at' the Court House ou the noted. Now York Journal. xm-l- It euro V-efcJy- . Ito iato br all OPIUM: at boss wish. saaH"''" ' Hartford Republican rtTBLIIIIED EVKHY FKIDAT MOKNINO. JO. B. ROfiritH, C. SETT, .. lpj,,. J 17, ,l Pronrlolnr. FRIDAY, JUNE 1892. Republican Ticket. Clayton L. Woodward. FOR CIRCUIT CM.KK, for NiicRirr, Septimus T. Stevens. and tho Republican party demands both tho use of gold and filvcr as standard money, with such restrictions aud under such provisions, to bo determined by contemplation ot values of the two metals, so that the purchasing and debt paying power of the dollar, whether of diver, gold or paper, shall be nt all times equal. The interests of the producers of the country, its farmers and worklug-medemand that every dollar, paper or coin, issued by the government, shall be as good as any other. We commend the wise and patriotic steps already taken by our govern; incut, to secure an international conference, to adopt such measures as will insure a parity between gold aud silver for use throughout the world. u, just claims upon a grateful people. IIAIIHISON'b ADMINtaTUATION. We commend the able, patriotic and thoroughly American administration of President Harrison. Under it tho country has enjoyed remarkable prosperity and the dignity and honor ofthe nation, at home and abroad, have been faithfully maintain cd, and we offer the record of pledges kept as a guarantee of faithful performance in the future. THE WINNERS. Tho Minneapolis Convention KLIXTIONS. Presents a Strong Ticket tJpon a Faultless Platform. , foieign born, white or black, this sovereign right, guaranteed by the con stitution, the free aud honest popular The Minneapolis Convention met ballot; theju'tnnd equal representaTuesday, June 7th, ami after ti very tion of all till people as wcii as the lively session nominated Benjamin just aud equal protection under the to the I'rcsi-denc- laws as the foundation of our RepubHarrison lor and Whitelaw Reid for Vice- - lican institutions, aud the party will never relax its efforts until the integrity of the ballot aud the purity of the elections shall be fully guaranteed aud protected in every state. Wlillrliiw ltrlil ih I'rovlilriif. Vlriy TIIP InNllci'oeil lllnmi'lTM llll - We demand that every citizen of tho United States shall be allowed to cast one free and unrestricted ballot in a'l public elections, aud that such ballots shall be counted and returned as cast, that such laws shall be enacted and enforced ns will secure every citizen, be he rich or poor, native or POUTIII'.KX OUTltAOKftl. We denounce the continued inhuman outrages perpetrated upon American citizens for political reasons in certain states of the Union. roiti:ix iii:i.atioxh. 3 We favor the exteusiou of our for? eign commerce; the restoration of our ships mercantile murine by home-buil- t and the construction of a navy for the HavN(i . protection of our national interests N people. aud the honor of our flag; tle of the most friendly relations As pleasant up. Puop. Joiiv R, PiWLTKK whose with all foreign powers; entangling alliance with none, and the protec- faithful and efficient labors as Stato BENJAMIN HAltlUVON. Geologist have done more for the detion ofthe rights of our fishermen. that the Tutrices Chill Tonic which ha We reaffirm out approval of the velopment of Kentucky than those of President. The opponents of Harris-oKivi-such universal mtisfn'.tion, aaf exwlitYh vou liear your tu'Ihbors talking were very enthusiastic for Blaine's Monroe doetriuo, aud believe in the any other man in the State, not ulxmt U Orovk's. To eet the original nomination, but when it came to u achievement of the niauifet destiny cepting John Young Brown, in his mill irrmiltiM T.il.l... 11.111 rVi.'l. at. vote the President eame in on the first of the republic in its broadest sense. very able uud unanswerable reply to way auk for Orovk's, and don't accept ilimti, untried mbatitutea. clai.niar to We favor the enforcement of more the Governor, ha thU to nay: ballot with a good margin, lllniuc's Our readers who are afflicted with ov jun uh fioo.1. Grove's Taitelew CliillTonic hold full 6 aod equina il "In conclusion, I beg leave to call deafness should not fall to write to utwes, while many of the new, untried tiKtrlrs tonica onlv hold 4 best friends were Harrison's strongest stringent laws and regulations for the an4 contains but tweuty-fou- r to thirty doaes. ('.rove's Tonic if as larve as any dol. the Blaine contingent restriction of criminal, pauper aud to the atteutiou of your Excellency, Dr. A. Fontaine, Tacoma, Wash., supporters, with what I think is pardonable for his circulars giving affidavits contract immigration. merely taking advantage of the great and MEDICINE COMPANY, St. JamiIs, Ma. Sold lty nil lrUKfflaU. pride, the opinions, officially express- testimonials of wonderful cures from popularity ofthe magnetic emteman miscei.i.asi:oL's. ed, commending the work of the sur- prominent people. The doctor is an order to defeat Harrison, T. McKENNEY, it was id W. We favor efficient legislation by opposition to Harrison and not love Congress to protect the life aud limbs vey, and of my services as director, auriit of world-wid- e reputation, See some of your predecessors in the his advertisement elsewhere. for Blaino that prompted them in of employes ofthe railroad couipa by their action. But when the contest nies engaged in carrying interstate high office you occupy. BEAVER DAM, KY. "The Governors, under whom it was over the kindliest feeling pervaded commerce, and recommend legislation CBNTERTOWN. L'j. 3 G, Ladies' CccLios TlrJi, Ho. 1, Solid Tires, STRICTLY all and those who had been strongest by the respective states that will was a pleasure as well as an houor to L. C. Morton and wife are visiting Will be in his office from the first fSi.00 HIGH GRAD2. the loth of each month. Of- t'Ji.OO against Harrison promised their nest protect employes engaged in fetatc have served, took a deep iutcrest in relatives iu Louisville this week. No. 2, Cushion Tires, the fice over Bank. All work guaran efforts for the success of the ticket. Ko. 4, CoartrliMs Selld Tim, commerce, in mining and manufac- the Geological Survey of workState, Mary K. Benton spent severMrs. 802.00 as it aud scrutinized closely the Whitelaw Held has been tor a long turing. teed. Prices reasonable. Si.0 refrain) from al days with frietds ut Paradise lost Re. 3, Ladles' Solid Tires, time editor of the New York Tribune, The Republican party has always progressed; uud I only K(.4,C, " Co?ilen Tim, week, 8i.00 mr the leading Republican paper in the beeu the champion of the oppressed, quoting their strong words of 1 OUR 9J.00 because they are so linked Mies Clara Patterson, Rockport, aud recognizes the dignity of manCushion Tires with geuerous words oflpraise of my No better hood, irrespective of faith, color or nais the guest of Mrs. Alvin Rowe. efforts. Undeserved as may intionality. It sympathizes with the own been machine mad at James Hudson and wite, McIIeury, the high compliments from Warranted cause of home rule in Ireland aud have Governors, visited Mrs. Kate Davis Wednesday. any price. ALL l'AUTS protests against the persecution of those good meu aud great they more than compensate for all I Mrs. D. J. Duncau, Rockport, has the Jews in Russia. Interchange Wcjdtltt.lif.HFrM. The ultimate reliance of free popu- have suffered iu being forced to come returned home after a pleasaut visit before the public in defense of my ofable. lar government is the intelligence of to friends and relatives here. the people aud the maintenance of ficial conduct." Mrs. Martha Patterson and daughMafreedom among men. We, therefore, Saturday's Primary Election re- ter, Miss Annie, Hartford, were the .TOIIIV 1?. A.H.1MS declare anew our devotion to liberty MANUFACTURER?, COCTON, MACS. of thought and conscience, of speech sulted in the choice if J. P. Stevens guests of Mrs. J. W. Greeuwood last uud G. B. Likens as the Democratic and press, and approve ull agencies !! lutein la Hin ft fur ur HOfi-r- P jstr.t I fiClj : i" ..I week. and instrumentalities which contri caudidates for Sheriff and Circuit 1 enerCharley, the little son of Mr. and bute to the education ot the children Clerk. They arc good citizens, getic, industrious aud competent to Mrs. Frank Rowe, died Juue the 11, f.t the laud, but while insisting upou Stitement of tit Condition the fullest measure of religious liberty fill the offices to which they uspire,but after au illness of several weeks. The to which, sud for them, they will not OF tiu: wc are opposed to any union of church . be elected. The Democratic leaders bereaved parents have the sympathy and state. of the entire community. B. OK We reaffirm our opposition, declar- are very much disappointed over the ed i:i the Republic.in platform of defeat of "Billy" Hardwicu.who, they To the Farmers 1888, to all combinations of capital, thought, should have the place, but vuiTi.LAw mm At thr Clone l lliiolurroi, .Mnrcli anfirst-da- s Who wish to purchase organized to control arbitrarily the "Billy" should console himself as IB, INH-J- , nml Siiliinlllrd In flic United States, and is a very stroug coudition of trade among our citizens. other defeated candidate did, that "A corn and fertilizer Drills and theDeer Hlnrklioldcr' is a very just man. His nomination Mnrrli 1H, IHW2. We heartily endorse the action taken nomination is not equivalent to au ing Mowing Machine and Ilay-raK- e recognition of that cluas of our citi- on this i&ue, aud ask for such further election, fur it's going to be a mighty the best on market, can do no betzens engaged in the great field of jour- legislation as may be reimjreoj to rem- hot fight betweeu now and Novemter thau call on, F. W.Yi:i-i:nalism. RESOl'WCES. Hartford, Ky. edy any defects in existing laws, and ber." The platform adopted is a concise to render their enforcement more S.VJ,:!!I!),82 Bills discounted of the complete and effective. of the position fctatemont "The mail who suys he does not Real estate 3,000.00 Republican party on all gieatnation We approve the policy of extend- like politics had better move out until V Furniture and fixtures. ... 1 ,000.00 if M al issues and is a declaration oil which to towns and rural communities after November." fll artford Herald. ing 1,.'141.07 Bonds every American cituen can stand, as- the advantage of the free delivery Right you are, neighbor, aud we Debts iu suit 74.'t.4 sured that he is on the fide ofthe best service now enjoyed by the large cit- would suggest that "The mau who .'!(!:!. f!) Expenses paid interests of the Republic. ies of the country, and reaffirm the tays he does not like" to live uuder a f,f)2!).l)7 Cash iu safe 1 declaration contained in the Repub- Republican administration bad better Cash in other banks :iHfiV'.lV lican platform of '88 pledging the re- move out, not oulv "until after Noduction of letter postage to one cent vember," but for mauy years to come. 8110,037.1)1 conat the LIABILITIES. Full Report of the Commit-to- o sistent earliest possible moment ofthe IIuuhaii for Harrison und Reid! with the maiiitainauce on Resolutions. $.'10,000.00 Capital stock postoflice department aud the highest iD,bi).i,h) Deposits class of postal service PARADISE. 40..W oiner jtaiiKs The repreeentatives of the RepubIU. Misa Helen Welboru civil i;iivick. June 4.00 Divideudsjunpuid licans of the United States assembled We commend the spirit aud evi- visited relatives and friends hero last Profit aud loss 4,440.4'J in general convention on the shores dence of reform in the civil service Sunday. of the Mississippi river, the everlastMr. John Jones aud family went and the wise and consistent enforce8110,037.yi ing bond of an indestructible repub- ment by the Republican party of the to Bowling Green, last Monday return e, K. COX, PltlilDENT. lic, whose most glorious chapter of laws relating to the same. ing nday. history is the record ofthe RepublicJo libbs, .bvuusvillc, was the NICAItAOUA CANAL. congratulate their countryan party, Ju, U. JUiiWf, L'uklilrr guest of his sister, Miss Lena, one l, V UikSABti, PifM. The construction ofthe Nicaragua men on the majestic march ofthe naDealer iu Horses, Hugjries, Carriages, Hnail Carts, Owensboro Wujfoiii. day last we k. tion under the banners inscribed with Canal is one of the highest importance Mr. Heury Young, Rockport, acthe principles of our platform of 1888, to the American people, both as a companied by his daughter, Miss Nelor Harness Horses for sale or hiro at all times.-- H settleOf the Condition ofthe vindicated by victory at the polls and measure of national uefpuso aud to lie, and Miss Mable Sweet, spent last prosperity in our fields, workshops build up aud maintain American Tuesday iu town. aiid mines, aud make the following commerce, mid it should be controllJ. B. Wilson, Hartford, was in necessied by the United States government. declaration of principles: town last Wednesday. TKHItlTOItUX. Till: TAItltT. Mrs. W.K. Benton and Miss Mabel We reafliim tho American docWe fnvor the admission of the re- King, Centertown, visited relatives trine of protection. We call attenmaining territories at the earliest pos- here Thursday and Friday. "SDDES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST tion to its growth abroad. We main- sible moment, having duo regard to Frank Toll aod wife visited rel9, tain that the prosperous coudition of the interests of the people of the ter- atives near town last week. At the Close of Business our country is largely due to the wise ritories and of the United States. E. V. Kirtley is agaiu able to ud S, C. TAYLOR, S, 0, April 23, 1892. revenue legislation ofthe Republican All the federal s appointto his duties as mail carrier. Congress. ed iu the territories should be se'ect-e- d Heury Fox is still very low, with We believe that all articles which Horse-shoein- gfrom the residents thereof, and the no prospects of his recovery. KESOUHCES. cannot be produced in the United right of should be P. S. Coleman, of Ohio county, Notes and Bills .. .$50,288.01 States except luxuries, should be ad- accorded as far as practicable. shipped a fine drove of hogs aud After looking theBuggy Mar- Real Estate mitted free of duty, and that on all 3,000.00 Farmisome cattle Saturday. AltlD LANDH. 1,(500.00 imports coming tutu competition with Cur? Roll aud wife visited Deck kets aver we have purchas- Furniture nnd Fixtures.. We favor the cession, subject 502, !)7 Expenses Paid the products of Ainciican labor, there laws, of the arid er Welboru und family yesterday. ed a New Line of Buggies and Cash ou Hand and should be duties made equal to the to the homestead iu other Mrs. Coleman spent several days 28,(540.01 Banks diirereuce between wages abroad mid public Iunds,to the States uud Territo here last week, visiting relatives uud Spring Wagons which we conries iu which they lie, uuder such at home. friends. fidently reccommend for their We assert that the prices of manu- Congressional restrictions us to dispo$84,027.59 Harry Moore has gone to Evatis-vi-ll, factured articles of general consump- sition, reclamation and occupancy as STYLE and DURABILITY, as LIABILITIES. to 'purchase a stock of goods. will secure the maximum tion have been reduced under the op- byscttlcrsas Mut Hum, who lias been visitiug well as cheapness. Call and Capital Stock 825,000.00 benefits to the people. erations of the tariff act of 1890. relatives here for some time, is, we Reserve 802.31 Till: COLUMI1IA KXI'OSITIO.V. We denounce the effort of the Demlearn, going to open a business house see them. Surplus 2.250.00 ocratic majority of the house to de. The World's Columbia exposition is at Rochester. W. II. Interest and Exchange. . . . 1,400,-1HOCKER & C(). Deposit Account stroyour tariff laws by piecemeal as a great national undertaking and , 54,154.55 ftl- - 6'- manifested by their attacks on wool, Congress should promptly enact such Due other Banks 300.33 lead and lead ore, and we ask the reasonable legislation iu aid thereof, For hoadachos, hilliuusness, ' people for their judgment thereon. us will iniure a discharge ofthe ex884,027.59 constipation, dizziness, sleepWe point to the success of the Re- penses and obligations incident there ROOMY. Iu submitting ths we he to state the blues, scrofula, the lessness, publican policy of reciprocity under to, and the attainment of results comour business has Meadily grown blood and all skin eruptions Dr. that which export trade has vastly increas- mensurate with the dignity and urotr- Fenner'a Blood and I.iver remedy each mouth since our opening, and ed aud new and enlarged markets ress of tho nation. by the most careful, walehfulnesi ami and Nerve Tonic novor fails. Warhave been opened for tho products of INTLMl'KltANCi:. & ranted to satisfy or monev lofuudud. a strict observance ofthe principles of farms and workshops. the most conservative Banking, we ' 44-We sympathize with all wise and We remiud the people of the bitter hope not only tocxteud our acquaint opposition of the Democratic party to legitimate ellbrls to Icjscu and premice, but to prove ourselves worthy this practical business measuro and vent the evils of intemperance and the confidence that is being so liberalclaim that, executed by u Republican promoto morality. rx is Null nlHoullyCAVJES iiurml CUT.Z,d ly reposed in uh. laws will of uori-ladministration, our present tri'dlollir uii HI.NblONS, We are heru to aecomuioilatc the rrnutrilloii, IMifiicf nml ctitlrrly AaTBcnd forcitalofiitor eventually give us control of the trade taiii!lnjr, iitW nil Ever mindful of tho services and curcil, fjflrimr.ito:ii people, each ami every Ihihiios, our full line of two aad of the world. other imiiiiiriiiiiitiiiiird. How th (lifticiiiiy sacrifices ofthe men who saved the four.wliecUd work. lie extended to tl.em, shall . futlv SII.VUK. Mc- - Id Puaiiliu.l. nml iliu ixjIIjh oaitiinvi.il .LI ' nvlilu lnu.l, courtesyimcuse snail saiety uetiitn- . life of the nation wo pledge anew to "J.:?: ' '" :.:;.".. The American people from tradi(iced for friendship or to obtain bustho veteran soldiers of the Republic u i cnrfH Iroin iroininent 0le nmllrd Irre, tion and interest favor D. M. watchful care and recognition of their ' -- 01 UllCK iUOWGr, John II.Baiini:j, Cashier. 4n ly l)K. A. roMTAIWK, Witfli. iness. n Tan choice ofthe Minneapolis Convention could not have been wiser. Benjamin Harrison and Whitelaw Rcid form a combination of ability in statesmanship scarcely ever equaled in Harristhe history of our country. on's clean, honest and patriotic administration of the affairs of the government, aud Reid's great work for the people, whioh he has wrought through journalism, will be arguments ns American iu the mind of the that cannot be explained away. Besides, coming, as they do, from two pivotal States, they add great additional force to the belief that the Republican party is bound to win ill The advantage thus November. gained to the Republicans can only be overcome, if ut all, by the nomination of Flower and Graj as the Democratic candidates. Tins would give to New York the Presidential candidate aud to Indiana the candidate for Vice President, whereas the reverse is true ot the Republican uaiulldatos, but even though the Democrats make these uoiniuatiouf they can only have a slight chaucc to carry Indiana, while it is practically out of the question fur So that them to carry New York. the election ot the Republican candidates, burring some great aud uufor-seereversal of publla opinion, is already assured, but this must not prevent au intelligent aud energetic effort on the part of every good Republican iu behalf of his ticket, for the success of the Republican party means good government for the American cit-ze- main-teuau- ce u ground again, as the ground was covered with water so long the corn did not come up. Crow, the youngest son of W. D. . n..,.,r,.i Hooker, hud n ...,n.. nc,renrmA on i.!- -. pcriuuueu several days ago He got a grain of corn iu his windpipe, and Drs. J. E. aud E. B. Pendleton and O. F. Mitchell relieved htm by cutting the grain out. He is improving as fast as could bo expect" ed. Mrs. Luuinda Stevens is quite sick at this writing. Miss Maggie Eblin has been confined to her room for a few days. We hope to see her out ngain soon, Ed Barnes is on the sick list and not able to be behind the counter. Quite a number of our young folks attended the Stevtns-Duncawedding and recejltion lasOVednesday night JQrcport quite a at Mcllenry. pleasant tinle. Several young people went down to the closing exercises of Mullenry school, which has been so ably conducted by Miss EuTrna Barnes. All were highly' delighted with the o veiling's, exercises. Some of the youug men troiuLibcr-t- y neighborhood passeulliiough town Sunday morning euroute to No Creek to attend "Children's Day" exercise-- . I am of the opinion that some of the larger children over there nrc very attractive to our buys. The dauee uud ice cream supper given ut the Masonic Hall Saturday uight was largely attended most of our neighboring towns were well represented. Our school board are making an effort to establish a Graded School. Our town can and should support siiofi a school as the worthy board are trying to establish, and no one wishes them greater success than C. flio Ohio county F. A L. U. will Farmers are very busily their crops sinco the weath- meet at Mount Pleasant on Thursday, 181)2. er has faired up. Some have to plant July the G. M. Yatks, See'y. their corn in low 14. engaged in Juno BEAVER DAM. HWMIM Notice. i i m Eviovt " " .OLU?. JEW MaujfLyav .11 Mt'Hinry didn't win nil the honors Inst Sntuiday after all, for while the Mnrltonls were getting mopped up ' in great shape, the Hartford colored iiiue were administering n like infli- ction upon the McHeurv colored boys, Tho score was 52 to 45 for the home I Mil. J. I. Cakx. IlllckOrV :lfovB Krm. hotasi S of Jny.Kye-nee- ) Ituclna, Wl., inyn every known rfui.dr, I removed n"Antrtrylnj Uno JJtiDcl of two yeura funding, from a S car old ally, WltU UCVMllMIVMllUD ( team. Tracy will also handle the best Hay Bake made. To Our Subscribers. The special announcement which appeared iu our columns some time since, announcing a special arrangement with Dr. H. .1. Kendall Co., of Knoslmri' Kails, Vt publishers of "A Treatise on tho llorso and His Diseases," whereby our xiiliicrihors woro enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free of charge by iendinif their address to B. J. Kun'-da-ll Co. and enclosing a two-cestamp for mailing muno, is renewed for a limited period. We trust all will avail themselves of tho opportunity (f obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of tho Horse it is indispensable, us it treats iu a simple manner all if the diseases which uffliet the noble animal. Its phenomenal salt) throughout tho I'nitod States and Cauad , makes itstuudard authority. Mention this paper when sendlnj,' for ''Treat nt Itt lathobettprcparnilon I r. I heartily recommend It to an aommio." JO hav ftundrfdi r.tucA tetttmoniat$. J0W l'rkv.tl.30 prrbodlf. Aik your druKlt fori!. rtit IxdotN lint aiUASK. A N. Y. H. KMiY & CO., AVIilli-lmlii in niton::: siiiioit :iiiiiiiitiMiiiiiiiiii! QUINN'S OINTMENT. l)vvruilorlnr l, j 'V. !:: v. :::;. nam WHY DO YOU COUGH?; Do you know that ii littlo cotiirh thing? Are you a ware that It often fastens ou the iuiis ami rar loouui'ii runs into consumption andg ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma. E isronciutis, rucumoma auu uonsunipuoM wm ui len jou in.it 1 1 n i xmsttmmi DR. ACKER'S KlTCTlDTCniUITU 1 Mil II ft tiSR&mmjt llwl Mil I HIncclcct (1 ft WUli triia Can vou afford to with so serious a matter ? for UoukIh, Colds and Consumption U lioyond question tho greatest of all Modern itemedies ? It will htop u Couch in ouo lilcht. It will check a Cold in a day. It will prcrent Croup, relieve At IIiiim and cure Consumption if taken in time. " You can't afford to lie without it." A 25 crnt Imttln m.-i- uiv may biivo your life I Ask your tlruKKlut for ft, ur writ JSIOO in Doctor liilU m . ii. iuiukr.it ivv-ti.- , iu iesniru.i.inij-- , iM'w xork, lor ikx)K. m avrs e n mmm:m e .tmtJ avail bid r " : ENGLISH REMEDY Are jou aware that It T Can you ni j is" Ii Farmers of Ohio Co. ing taken the agency for the .McCormiek G reeti roVepstetessI nw tone? ft CHILLSALARIA a5!?mrSyr &.B1UIOUSNE5S. J Mowing Machine, I will be prepared to give you the veryvhest price on same., Dan F. Tracy. HE1HE1HBEH o. o. DENTISTS LOVELL DIALiUL ! n The Farmers of Ohio county who tend buyingiMachines will bear in mind that the McCormiek broke the great chine Combine last vear. $85.00 LOA'ELL $85.00 CO., i (J. Field. - 4ve?y tabl4 T BBtiGIES. VEHICLES, CARTS. h, Tax Notice! thITplatfo'rm. Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and unpaid and as have been delayed in the ""fill! M a collection for more than 60 days by the Legislature, I will uit expect you to call on me or my deputies will have to collect t and settle at once. The short time that and meet the ments with State and Beaver county will tate promptness on DEPOSIT your part. This June 1892. I Dam T. JO. BANK T"ILLIiiLS J. 1). at-te- office-holder- C BLACKSMITHING. New Buggies, a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of ng- Implements on hand. Call on him. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Champion Mowers and Ueapers the best in the market. For sale by Co., Beaver Dam, Ky. Our Qervt's Ph&eton, Taylor LIGHT. 4t. Remember there ELEGANT. sai no better machine made thau the :'-"- .'. a. a . a Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, r ) 4 The Ohio County Sunday School is in Convention met ut the Methodist Hiitfh P. Tracy, Hcnders-on- , Col. W. H. Moore killed a rattle-snak- e Cnurcli he.--e Tuesday and had a very tliu city. Wednesday at the foot of Harp's interesting session. Reports were Mrs. Sallie Hnrdwit'k it vNitiup; in made fiom foui teen Mill, on the line between Hopkins and different schools Owensboro. and the following named were present Muhlenberg, that measured 14 feet in Henry Haiti wick left Monday for as delegates: W. G. Fulkerson, Win. length and had 32 rattles and a butSmith, Jnliu Miller, Wm. Reed, J. Hopkinsvillo. ton. W. Hunter, E. I. Cooper, R. M. Esrj. A. S. Kenwn, Select, called Hicks, McHenry; Usual Everly, Rev. W. D. Cox, who recently on us Monday. Hamilton; Thomas Newcomb, Clear waa evangelizing in this county, is at I. E. McClure, Morton, wuf in Run; Jus. A. Park, Washington; J. present conducting a meeting at Bluff town yesterday. B. Wade, Walton's Creek; Miss Annie Jackson, Rev. J. T. Mitchell, City, Henderson county. There have S, G Rboads, Westerfield, was in Rockport; J. W. Lee. Rieketts; L. R. heen five conversions and the altar is town Wednesday. Barnett, Mt. Moriah; L. B. Louey, a a crowded with penitents every meet Al Johnson, McMenry, was in the Central Grove; W. Q. Park, No iug. The interest is wonderful, all Creek; J. 0. Parks, Beda; J. Burch city Wednesday. Taylor Liberty. denominations taking part. Mi Mi Nora Maddox, McHenry, is Several important topics connected On the pecoud Sunday in July, I viitiiir Miss Lilly Burton. witb'thp Sunday School work were laa-cLictecwill preach the funeral of Mrs. .Turin Mi vs Sara Collinu ii taking L art discussed with great earnestness, and many useful suggestions weie brought Felix at New Hope Church near lessons under Mrs. Sinclair. out in this exchange of ideas. ililey Felix's. This estimable lady The recent session of the Grand Jury was composed of Jiulgo William N.Sweony.Owens-bor- o, Tho excellent service rendered this viiH over 80 years old when she died the leading men in Ohio county, and they tried to do their attended Court this week. year by the President and Secretary, uid one one of the oldest Baptists in duty, and retumed quite a number of indictments against I. P. Barnard, Louisville, was in Mr. Wm. Milligan and Miss Ida Duke, wus highly commended by all. the county. Brother J. C. Actou the city Monday and Tuesday. parties who have committed misdemeanors. The election ot officers resulted in the is will assist in the funeral services. They visited Anderson's Bazaar, und they found a W. 11. Burton and family visited choice of'L. R. Barnett f'orPiesideul; G. J. BKAN. true bill against them for Sclliug the Cheapest line of Melluiiry a day or two last week. W. O. Fulkerson, Goods in Ohio county, leaving all competitors so far bear- The .Sunday School Celebration at No is W. I. Homier, Point Pleasant, Miss Lura Williams, Secretary, aud hind they thought it entirely wrong aud must be DEALT was iu tliu city the first of tho week. willi this board of energetic workers Creek .Sunday lust, was the grandest the prospect of the Union is very with. So it now depends upon our friends to stand by success of the bcuson in that line. The J Mrs. Majf Boswell, Paducab, is fiatteriug. After a most ninety-nin- e is pleasant uud us iu the future as they have iu the post and we will conlargest crowd iu attendance at such a visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. Field. profitable session, the body adjourned tinue to sell the cheapest line in the county, regardless of meeting iu years, gathered and enjoy Mis. Clurenco Walker and 'little to meet at McHenry at the call of their verdict. We buy our goods cheaper than any one the President und Committee. cd the day, A fine diuuer was on the son, Helm, Louisville, are iu the city, in this section of the State, and can nflord to sell them ground. Speeches were made by sevHarry Roberts has returned to bis County Court. cheaper. Read the following and be convinced: eral speaker and declamations recited home iu ( J .veusboro, to spend tliu Uwiug to the fact thut the first Good Domestic Unbleached at 5c. full yard wide. by members of .the, schools represented. summer. Monday iu Julv is the Rli duy of the " " month uud a Natiouul holiday, the " " 64c. " " " It was altogether a grand day und Miss Auuiu Renfruw, Sulphur " n 7JC i i " it long to be remembered as a day of en- Springs, visited Miss Lizio Moore July term of the Ohio County Court win oe opeueu luesduy, July 6th, " " joyment. The No Creek folks al- last Friday. " 8Jc. ." Respectfully, " " " " 10c. " " ways know how to entertain. Win. Foster, Jr., returned from Jno. P. Morton, J. O. C. C. Good Bleached Domestic at 6c. per yd. full yd. wide. Nashville Wednesday. He reports Hartford, June 15, 1892. Don't Forget It. af m m ii 7Ci a fino time. " ii ii ii Messrs D. L. Baldwin and O. P. Blue and the Gray. us, is " " " Joseph Millijrun, Rockport, visited 8Jc. Miller will give a gruud Barbecue at i Committee of the Blue aud the Gray " ' " tho family of Win. Milligau the first " " ibc. Beaver Dam, Saturday, June 25. A of the week. met at Cromwell. Kw. .Junt 11. ''12 " " " 14c. the nicest in town. and completed arrangements for a regood diuuer, fine music, dancing, " LawHsdale Cambric 10c. per yard. Esmi. .las. A. Park, Clear Run, union to be held at Cromwell. Julv bane-bal- l, will be among swings, etc., ' ii attended tho Sunday school Couveu- - 4, 1892. 12 " " ! the attractions. Judge Denny or Hon. nun 'I'.. .....1.. .. Chairman called the committee to i ucuay. Good Calico at 4Jc to 7c per yard. J. A. McKenzic will deliver an adorder, ntter a brief statemeut of the ' Ginghams at 8c to 22o per yard. Mrs. Alvin Rowu, Centertown, dress on Masonry. Let everyliody was the guest of Mrs. J. M. Ba- r- object of the meeting, proceeded to " Cotton Plaids at 6$ to 10 per yard. business. 1st. A committee of three come. uett; "Wednesday.' ' " Good New York Camlet Jeans at 15c per yard. to secure grouuds. Names of com. Mrs. Mac Fair and little daughter, raittee James Shields. N. C, Daniel Nice Oxford Ties at 81.35 per pair. IN AND ABOUT TOWN- aud W. G. Tilford. The committee for an extend " " " $1.50 " " The Sunday School Convention, Isabelle, leave to have full power to rent out all priv- ed visit to Stundford " " " the M. E. Church the 81.75 which met at Ul JIUUUU J. Ilurch Taylor, Heaver Dam, aud Among success . 81.00 Anderson's '2d, Committee 14th, iust. wan Finmr-.W ' J. Deiiham Hocker, Cromwell, were G. Tilford, James on Rogers,i We " Kid Shoes at $1.99 per pair. M. the mauy excellent speeches made we in town Wednesday. G. C. .. g2.25 " " ii ii Butler, R. B. Martin, W. P. Austin, note the welcome address by Miss Ida Mrs. Sallie Hardwick has one of wiine uavis, J. D. Hocker, W. N. it i. it J30Q Duke, followed by'Kevs. Tate, Milch-ell- , the Martin, J. B. Wilson, Ed.,T. Miller, nicest rige iu towu. It wus purTry our Milliuer for tho Cheapest .Line of Summer Barnett and Messrs. Jo. B. Rog- chased from C. L. Field. Samuel Austin and Frank Fleener. Hats in town. She can please you. Everything in the ers, W. G. Fulkerson. An appreciu. Sam Casebier accompanied, by bis W. G. Tilford, Chairman. Latest Styles you will find on hand, aud you can't afford Short speeches from G. W. Taylor tive audience listened atteutivelyto the sister, Miss Fannie, attended Church and others. Adjourned to meet June to miss any of our bargains. Call and see us and we will discussions of various questions, and at West Providence Suuday. 2.i, to report. treat you pleasantly and sell you the cheapest line you mauy rich ideas were presented for .T.E.Foirle and family leave uett Zacawah Taylok, Ch'm'n. ever bought. the consideration of Sunday School' week to spend the summer with Mr. J. O. Buti.eb, Sec'y (pro tern.) All papers of Ohio, Daviess, Gray- workers. Fogle's father at Middlosburg. FAIR & CO,, m-ucaA new board of officers were electluuuienoerg auu Uut-l- er Miss Mercedes Guffy returns ouu, counties are requested to copy. ed for ttie ensuing year. Composed Sunday from an extended visit to of Rev. L. R. Barnett, President; her grandparents at Morguntown. "They Once Soared on High Mr. W. G. Fulkerson, Vice PresiJohn R. Collins, Memphis, Tenn., er Wings." dent, and Miss Lura Williams, Secre- is in town visiting bis two little litThat's the way the Hartford boys tle daughter, Kittie and Annie. feel since their second miserable detary. Trade with Williams, Bell & Co. Miss Lizzie Moore left Friday feat at the hands of the McHenry McIIeury wbb selected as the next denizens of the diamond. Last Satplace of inectiug. The time will be evening for a few weeks visit to relBryant & Haynes are good baratives ut Sulphur Springs and Fords-vill- e. urday the McHenry boys came up set by the Executive Committee bers. and met the home boys in a game The Primary was an amusing thing that resulted iu favor of the former will pay you to trade with Hock-c- r It Dr. J.S. Coleman leaves by a score of 13 to 1. Money to those who were not iu it. 46 2t A Tabor. The visitors got the lead in the did not seem to be very plentiful to attend the Daviess County BapThe home boys Ice at Williams Bros., at any hour, aruoug the buyers, as one poor igno tist Ministers Institute at Whitesvifle start and kept it. played under great disadvantages and next week. tf. or iu any quantity. heard to say: "I weu't lamus was very few were surprised at the result. ppiM PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPHjlF u Miss Patterson, Paducah, It ia -- :o:For bargains, call ou Mocker A vote 'thoui I git more'n that an' I who has Clara visiting not likely that they been at Centertown, such a humiliating defeat will suffer 4(5 2t want it right now." again. Tabor, Rosine, Ky. was the guest of Mits Mary Taylor ThisHotel hits recently been aud It ia The day was emblematic of a Dem Wednesday A good straw hat foi only" tic at second to none. The table is furnished with the best the market the amouut of ocratic gathering from Mrs. Jennie McHoury and Messrs. Anderson's Bazaar. affords. mean whisky that was being used and Lem McMenry Jr. and Sr. left WedAm. of my straw hats at cost. the vile curses that were heard on nesday for Owensboro and will reSpecial care will be taken to accommodate the public during Kaii.v. which rendered turn tomorrow. every street-corneCircuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headquarter! Ward-Robe- s the town unfit tor ladies to pass along Am. of my white goods at cost. Dr. C. W. Felix, Chrisney, Ind., here. Come one and all and try us. We are reasonable in our A town without ofiieeis who has been visiting his old friend i the streets. Kaiin. charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't for a week or so, left Wednesday is a serious thing. Catcbicr A Burt.m handle no cheap forge f the place, corner Market and Uniou Streets. for his new home. The organization of the "Little of Buggies, Every vehicle sold by them Special arrangements will be made to accommodate the Kansas, Mrs. Sinclair, Atchison, Gleauers," which meets at theC. P. . is warranted & evening at 4 one of the former Art toachers of Church every Sunday people at the Fair. Surveyor Jno. B. Wilson is survey- o'clock, has concluded to takt a re- Hartford College, is making a two weeks visit toMrs. Johnson. ing the Williams Coal Company's cess during the hot weather; they reMisses Mabel Kimbley and mines near McIIeury. C organize in September. This is said ! Cox, and Master Clurenco Barto be the best Bible The Democratic primary Saturday by older men nett have returned from a week's . class iu Hartford. visit to the Equality neigborhood. was enlivened by an old fashion66witfiUfg0jrw The talk by Judge Little at the C. ed knock-dowlate iu the evening. Mrs. Jennie Mosloy and daughter, P. Church Tuesday night, on "The Miss Jessie, returned Wednesday A gay fishing party went down the Story of Joseph," was indeed interest- evening from an extended visit to river yesterday evening for a weeks V V lL-- M ing aud was highly appreciated by the family of Dr. Hoover, Pleasant H"il l X pleasure. Ridge. all who heard it. -- AT THE- MEETS ALL DAILY If you waut a stylish hat, call ou Ueorgo Koot, Louisville, came TK1INS LEAVK BEAVKR UAH. A Grand Barbaoue Sara A Me, aud you can find what down Sunday for a few weeks stay TRAINS OOINO WEST. Will be given at Morton on Satur12.10 r. a. Eipr. V. , Mill in Hartford. George is deservedly you want. llsiOr. . N. 7, Ure.tW EiprtM day, July the 9th, the b st of the sea- popular here and his many friends TBAINH OOINO KA81. -- TO AL A full Line of Children and Misses son. A fine aud sumptuous dinner are glad to see his pleasant face Ml r. . Spring Heel U. . M.il .id Eir Oxford Ties just received will be ou hand for all who attend. again. . I, LlmlLd Kspr - 3:42 1. at the Bazaar. Music will be furnished by the famous Miss Helen Foster, the popular FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. A fine Milliner for Fair "'Bros, and Co., the Boyd boys. The Nicest Line of Ladies, Mises luueieiaus,floor will be dancing furnished, for her home in Louisaud Children's Shoes in towu are for all who feel inclined "to trip leaves ALIKE. Tradt with Sara A Me. ville. She has made many friends fouud at the Bazaar. Two big while here who will, be glad to know the light fantastic toe." SPECIAL ATTBiNTIOlS Aichie Cain is a dandy barber. games of ball will be played, oue at You must not fail to remember 10 o clock and the other at o clock that she will return in the fall. I Given to the Traveling Williami.Bell&Co.sell drugs cheap. that Bryant A Maynes can give you a A grand Cake Walk will be had. At The Big Barbecue is at Horton, Public. Dry goods at your own price at nice, easy shave, or au elegant hair- uight a moonlight picnic and grand July 9th. Let everybody ball will be given. cut. Kabo'i. come, for we guarantee a j'llly time. The Commercial Hotel is now for Why is that you have to buy your C. L. Field sells the best buggy for Respectfully, rent. It is newly papered and iu good clothing t Kahu's? Why he has the the money. H. T. ThomiijoV, M'g'r. condition, anyone uesinug to rent stock, the best goods at the Lowest G. J. Mayneh, ) may call on or apply, to us For musicical instruments, call on Props, J. 0. Haynbs, J ''G.J. Bean. ' prices, 0. It. Martin. Archie Cain is the best barber in Ky. ROSINE. The Finest Ladies Slippers for these --; & j1 parts, Don't fail to call on him Juno 14. The citizens of Rosine 11.00 at Kahn's. at the Hartford House for anything are expecting the new railroad to oross at this pluce andtbe prospects Good rigs for bire at all times ut in his line.' appear to be very bright. Casebier A Burton's. The Reunion at Cromwell Monday, Sir. Eado Coombs and family, of For extra seed Irish potatoes late July 4th, promises to be the most Houston, Tex., ar visiting friends BETTER KNOWN AS THE go to Williams Bros. successful gathering of the kind ever and relatives here. Miss Sallie Curley, after several If you want Jewelry, Clocks or held in the county. weeks visit to friends in Louisville, u. A Call. Watches, call ou Martin. Try a pair of our Anderson's Wear-forev- returned home lust Friday. first-clas- s Newly Famished. Rates $1-0- 0 The members of the Republican per day. Meals 25c- Mrs. Dr. Wedding visited at Hor-t- ou Kid Oxfords at 91.00 per Wire Screen Doors and Wire Cloth JJast side Frederica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Executive Committee and of the valust Saturday and Sunday. Ky. pair. They can't be beat. for sale cheap at Williams Bros'. An ire cream supper will be given rious precinct Committees are reMJIS. CHAS.IiOBY, MliS. C. E. WILLING HAM, Props. Sara A Me. at "Pleasure Ridge Park" next Fri- quested to meet in Hartford on TuesTake your Giuseng.Chickeus, Eggs aud Feathers to Mocker A Tabor. 2t The 4th of July will be a great day day iiiirbt. day, July 5th. Important business Dr. Felix, of (Chrisney,Iud., visited iu Hartford, speaking, music, races Born, to the wife of Dr. E. B. Rosine last Saturday. We judge by is to be transacted and a full turnout Respectfully, Trftit. Wliv mitt r frnm th la. I ffM i f.rii.. r and bass ball at the Fair Orouuds. t bis early return to Kentucky, he be is desired. Ptiidletou, on the lGth, a fine 8 pound Wood Tinuley, Ch'm'n. Moves it is true, that the Kentucky Joiinson'ARoakic. lx7' . f Juob-- s girls are the most beautiful. aaw'BSftiwaTA'ftJi Jo. B, Rouekh, Sec'y. 'Wiir.. u. fci. tin. mid ha. ir.uti.fiMi. aix. vi ....l, Having bought my buggies iu car. .', L.A Jr.TT Martin is prepaicd to do all kinds Miss Belle Whittinghill is visiting VaatnotlilPKlolnUifiii, C.n h rrgul.lwlto .uit,J gu.rut to .)! ;M tor ymT Ball.ry t'uinbincil, tnd .roiliU't- .uRfcirnl Klrctric Ir to .book. Kr. Medical ttiic, wni.wxur. of repairs ou Watches, Clocks,. Jewel, load lots, I can sell as cheap as any at Philpot. & Hlvew.lHmca.uf. rlciiiiU Ml fkrlkul.r., Mr. aud Mrs. D. M. Hocker have one for the style and make of the bugry aud Spectacles. AJ.IW.. . "' WwiW. lr.i, Mick. returned home after a visit to Beaver C. L. Field. gy. Casebier A Burton will treat your Dam and Horton. or- horse right. Leave him with them Prof. A. Lee Bennett's spring Jo Wilson, brother of our effand be convinced. icient County Surveyor, but a very school waa taught successfully, and fine mare recently. She became he will teach the fall school here. D. M. McClure, of near Leitcb-fiel- d, frightened, reared up and fell baok Rev. Bonnett filled bis regular says the Republican party is in- on a wagou tongue, which pierced appointment here last Sunday. & creasingit's a boy. her to the heart, killiug hei instantly, BlTTKB SWET. UNFAIR BROS. & COi Remember the Barbecue at Denver Dam, June 2fith. PERSONAL. Sunday Sohool Convention. wm A Bright Fenny man penny. Will please a child, but you would not think of giving The idea then, of offering man or woman ANDERSON'S BAZAAR A PENNY BRIBE their custom! Yet that cents. To draw in just what offered when a reputed dollar I ticle marked at A PENNY BAIT ing Is a small thing to go for custom with; too small for a large firm, and quite too small for Our motto $1 worth for $1 And we live up to it, and we are not go ing to lower our standard a cent's worth. to-d- ay give a premium in the quality of our Wear-forever- goods that's worth more than a cent's worth of chewing gum. IS. Fro;:., SARA and ME. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Fuiitm! Mm!! to-d- ay HARTFORD HOUSE. d HOTEL For Dressers, Suits,liock ers or any thing in the Do not fool your time and money away on'oiT brands'of flour. Save 50 per ct., get a reliable General - Furniture first-class- Brand J. W. Fokd Gilt Edge Co. Line, see i i N.N tfcM.V.R.R. T. J. MORTON. Co-rin- ne MEilE e : Proprietor. .J. n mdSEL ..- CASEBIER'S 'BUS iwm wm to-d- ay want your corn and J. W. Ford Co. can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two orjthree prices; for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring yourorders and save money. A. L. CHICK ft CO. Beaver Dam, 1 Will buy the best apple tree on the mark et. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping appfes as WMm mm wmm wheat. They pay the highest cash price for same. Also keeps a CoaMLz.ria-- l Hotel PALMER HOUSE. & J. W. Ford are selling Champion Livery and Feed Stable, where you can have jour Horses Fed, and FREE set the best of rigs Co. day or night. fa. IlecrTc t .TLT - Leave Binders and Mowers. You will save money ders with by buying a reliable Machine this year. join lt JU. ielt HER HT0I. BillEIIlS!rf NirilliM to lilt plume. If parents could fup their own uhil . nntil lmrt gathered In the market OKNTUAL CITY, KY. Iron tin other sco tliLin It is to bo A l.uali had fallen on tlio motley throLKi F1DAY:JUNE;17, L .18IW. Then one, a Mrnncer lonth full fair of face. fcured tliat tho huh) of human hup. R. R. PAXON, PRDPRI TOR. Halted tip I.U olee und tout It forth In KnB. mrcr (l pcr01 ,li,n ,,ness Has jut been ii'p.iired :int ncrtly tmtrs dwret. tho lor, riiiI when the end wm tion. A loy of twelve years, more.or Said tobePunny. furnished. Located eloe to Depot. ' B "" ",0t Thereto praKed tho mlnMrcli bade bin. Mitor. "It'stnkes ino tli at tin , ' ,, , ,T (Jive llin u"f "ri" " muii n in" limy wmi (iood meals I I l Story 01 Air. WBSnjlS, Slightly color- - Tho l.ino lualn, and aomo tutulo bold to bum ntlBWered tilt) minimal!: . . , " ineiiiiini) nir iiiai.vaaao iigui in learn. ji lM "Won't you please telephone to tho it n trial. Vrliiiii.liii.t trolled ho on. until nt lenKth police station for nief I have found Liner. WIlhtJB it nlmilt?" He.biliiK kietiof lt nnil fdiarpiif i)e, 111 Ilnyll. Kdltor, "A DM tee tho tlmo was oomo when litorr'i a lost Imy." T III U lltltV. or .In inn DO ft.ii W i "A lost loy? How old.'" uiwfi nu v MrillBtll f iniviniion u imh oi'n mil l.llrH ' k' f- iw vi modestly. IntlKS. I lotltlii Old bonk ling. Wnnl tho full, Mul rentul-it I' . l"!?'D' AtOw mill)? "Alxmt four, I should tliinlc.inu'nin. iiieaiin ih. in. i. top) nf yjw 1 rW Ho can talk, hut ho can't tell whero if ii,JiiIm-ihII)' (III hi hack lllt lllgllt tlllll n- - A I'linrim.friKrat Two iim lit turned the rle ml iintriiii.iii.il pipir mllol i..nu. K' VifJH To p.)j)o.it on Ma way. Ami many prcs-e- d ho liven." " ttttlll) portL'tl lillll ne In illliMI . llli...on. uhuh will tntd v7i-LlVX""rNw .11 earned," "Somu poor child, probably." rm in m it'll nh rlij.ijlllelittli .lljoii Inlti In Ami ihccmi Mm roundly with iiuht ro)i Hanks. "Why report him there?" "Some awfully poor child. Why, n'UnUr emit .inn lmti.li nl t. It, r i..iti minii Tanks. "He Mas u wreck, tlanyer- ho was tho dirtiest boy you over saw, la. lien ai.il (eiitleim iiu uitlnii inenpnid nlfiiiiu i So throucl. ll.et.lty irateahc went. And lol .r .. n lu.it. or Navigator ous, too." When .... had re uheil .1... I.I.-,m' i-I - ; rnaJ.at bin ' tllld BO hungry I Mil sa.VS ho can't tuo.e 01 iiiiMippniteii . ii in. ti I ) T,'! I . ASTPjT1 'uu inivn hint unrthitn? to int for n week. uoimn wliolnii mn Iniiiul ot or her ultlnit) A ...ilnlated.-- Hc I I Mfl Vl 15 ? ( ?j (feeling Ins way t here', (he Koll.'iiopp mi nn. bent W(J thinkjH In ...an. whin, loeked. with i.iiimi U, ' fols Iwt him on mu, lliniM, inoiiin, IK ll.il.'i.i i t VB,V A'OHiJ) I N S It to a knowledge ot Iter accomplish- who, t.thies. trod hu menura stride for iK)so. .Ma snyH tuey ought to lie bmiI EMBODIESEVERf DESIRABLC IMPROVEMENT utrlile. nients) "Canyon darn tockiugti,It to btato pnson." mANYtXCLUSIVELYITS UWN. Ami tlun It (nine to pas'., Ih.it ire he knew. "So they had. Does ho givo any belie?" J he found liiintellini', full anil free. name?" WHEN YOU GO TO Mi hope una ln.rn and (row Shc(uitll distant I'rigiditV)-- "! don't 133333 ffi3 "Oh, yes"; ho savs bis uan.o is 'J'"ut ,,u mlm oV" "lrf '" "ll"r-'18'fLEGANTLY expect to. marry a ...an I.., needs to FIVEYEARS ,0,w,, '"' "mK a"1' fo,""," Duit" nmjnliU . """J"'1 cur darned iioeki.)g'-NY.- lW "What I Has he light heir and SEE UURM!8&ifiENT OF? Now It wiw h)n, but haw hU fear wolililrlw blue eyes f" : ,j Tliat. iilasl too thet " AnOlllloP t.VIHO.N. 'AL l0 mght "YeVin." illht lrothoBloryi.f hUfalrunprUe. Sptltts (to Mi-- S Xllllll) ".Mabel, "And one fioirt tooth noni'i" nld t length love, love, I dotC Upon yoil wildly." 1liuraiwrrlltei.c.l. "Ycs'ni." BaaLtf'BvgB q BiUiuEjQCMl'G'3 "YourMinKas(-et-Mi3 Nuilll. "TlltU'mill right, hl.t "Hu's my own boy. ho is. and you lunnl It with the AUYEAOENTUWmuiNEVeRrTOWN walk him over hero as cpiick as you don't let papa know." n,n u nn tli a ju bulla jour Im.ik. tm 1hj know how! Also, tell your mother Ton It die, or lthirat thclt. "WIlV?" that people bavo got rich minding Adjustable Extension Stand. "He's violently opposed to young "w,'l",)1"",l',"e '""'"' "'"l "rt hnMKbt their own business." Exchange. KVn liii.lrntlf.u.tlini wlllbejourlay X. Y. Sun. II. Cil's wild dotes." KtiiltiiliiU. A)i', uml iillji.urfeHr iiud doubt A sun,, at , .Marked Hull. For the .lri'( HWH, I rofessor. "lour physiology dein- - ' wiiUnnMimthuhhiidisiit brink of day." Hceiies of excitement followed tho nay Mte JuicA timl Fee Icrica 'it. e, hetmen ' nr 'ijh. onstrates to von that 'man is fearfully "iiutuheroU lnplratlonV"ai.cil thu jouth. droll unties of it figure that occupied 'tni'. " ori(ti 4th. "I'lUeik It fariiuil ulde. Drslmll I unit -imi privato box nt the Covent fiartleij ..i. ... i .i".n nun nunueiiiiiiy inline.t'litirtlin'tit mer Till ineiiml. In triilli. ''" rr',rl1,,".f"r " l""c,r"rl" '""' ',tou' mc theater, Loudon, dot ing n masked Student (in an ui.deitoi.e) "Xutl.. ball Numerous dancers and jnvm ing remaikable in that, m) is board- ,IOJ.Y ISO.VIill.UMJ-:- , cnaders kept their eyes on tho "NiM.i.i.ii.ii tell iihuthir tuuiolt lien. . hash. Norh.m tuculnlt. Dnlylhlil l.n: JiOtoil Conner. (igun., which was that of tin ftrati'e That It wire iln tn'tv.ilt lut i.ireprle ' IN elderly rentlemmi, who Jo Husyil.a.l. "Well, trieild. lliftneklt. hid. Andrmwudleul to." tak'o delight it) inalciug comical Tropin. I r::i'l IS mi.) I'n.lti'i llollorlrs. 1 "Oh, nothing. I jti'it diopped in n. Mi.ink-- turmd hu L.ick. I'ho Owonsljoro, Kjr. gilinaees rind jKjsjug In tho most tOKIIItll.ie. I'pnii hit wiij. And M.for iii.my jiart ludlciottii nttitinles. Tor half ith. .1 Oiilcr Funii Xlti'jrj Promptly n "Sorry 1 can't do anything for von, ""J1"'1, M'" 'X' V ".'.lr' i,,ut;r. '!' I,".?1.",t hour this fun continued, when st(j tended to. .. . ;7y , ...T,' ....". ... " " denly some of the other occupaiiti men. i on ece, we nave nircauv mi I'm lint it, ittu" !ni whin im inn mtIhu of tho box began to loudlv abuse ho Wan waklni: up the wutld, hi cd a man to kill all our tooil utue time, old gentleman; a light followed, and uku,i i. , ir t more Cir 1' time, and are thinking of discharging And lifted tlphli xolienml "1:1111 toidiiu In tho Mtnurclu tho old gentlenuuj H ITIfl'l 1 PfJI III that Miiuo in.irket H I I I J ML hiri he'd Mini; Ik fore. wnn lifto.1. nvm. It... l.ov riil .....1 vln. ' UPIQnT11 C.I 01) . In iti he has .o little to do. What, ., ,., ,...., " .......... , r ,.,.. ,. -- -. ,.r- - . Lrii And m. , as tin .1. all toiiKttts wcru hutheil nod lently thrown to the utaeo, Huston Xcws. going?" Mill; A group Instantly gathered about Thu crowd wiro xlltnt white the itiln-lrthe lnsiM.slblii llgtiro, while u M"oru and l.lt.r Vlii.ilnt. I'Olt IIIMi:r.M MIIIS Hut w hi n hu llnMud, lol 110 Im s did till .MiiihiM'i. pitnteil KUirantir imeiei) l.tlli'ot of women tiiinttil, fearing flimi'i'l' he air with echoes. No hlavodoiitiatii;. Mn;m '.riilin.vllni Sliilnh'i. VU11I101. had 1kcii done. In a few lnlimj'ia The nun Mood Kl.ivu eed and the woiurn tho discovery was made that tho old Security Fc Deposits wipt. SHREVE. And thin he wttur aciln uml Uralt'ht they goiitluiniin wns iv.tlly lifpjes.s in Mtllhil. fact nothiiiK lmt nn mystically .Jiiiu !. llusiness in this vicinThin tiin.btid us with fc.ir. Ami mi he kept divssed lay flgiue, Yunkeo Hliulo. 'J In in ti.miid ami hpiichlis 'math his ity is very f lull on account of the nnik'lc mild. IRaim- - . Vvf HoqW Stan t, Vii.i. i MU.Mar.t I'tvim Accomm s rain. Will Wll.t. YOf e null, ih i -- Inl.ih Cup Ami whin he t uriit.l to ro they thronced MeHxrs IJruce Potty and C. W. ' will uilelliliiiiiliile nliif. rriieli.it., Zl i ti around M II I I -- - ,niiU lMra.l.uL.rtiii,l,li...,JM.Ml,,l,.4 la . Wnjm liiilluiA llro. hU robe or touil. hU I1.1t.1l ii.i'UI. And ih'.id to relllos.son, of It. dial. .1, nro In htiuibleaduratfou. And the ground tin ih ! owcci- - iji'".'ipyjmbii.iiiii,iju.ivii.ii..' IIU flit h.ot trod wan .exiteiicid throiiitli "S I atives at tliis place. II I.O II "SI 'III en III lloliieitl.it. I) ili thu I iml. la ., uliooiliu i muli ant Lrmii hlti'. Messrs .lames anil Willie. Porter, Im had foui. . "m hat ait l'or naught with U' ruin. Iln.. of Hartford, pent Saturday with j out," So- -' Kouml ilaUiui tilt.), here, tin re, eur while. Mr:-- , their (r.uidp.ireiits, .Mr. anil In liild, in adow whin, Jlje I I Hartford Republican THE QUEST. Commercial Hotel, .,,, 'hLrwAlfeiS I.......... .. 1 wm f T ufliiit-ela-'luiiel- i. .... Yr I m I I mmF&m KK..'e&&zt0r K.irAiF... . l a k ' rn mmm. l f - oiipMii-.iixni.i- l Ufuii..liii-l'.cr,..aliilr- i I ,r, I. i EMS3'i3M!iffl iLj V !3 M?.-4.pi'5o- ik I 1, I "M'XrJi V yyyrY r.tt.T3 nmM'vM Vatr Vonq inlti-tr- GW.-'SBOH- HaiidsS I ut C.Theo.Gain, m bum) wjis Soap vorK? so veil, that ' want NO OTHER, "t-i.- l." l mx m fKBSrwS ' Nl - I 11 lllg-llOl.- 1 mlu-tn'- i';!exican 1 n stang Linimeni:. TtV A j 4 1111 . r .dyc (or the Ailments of Man and Beast. I l T , cl u.s.uarusi'i'UKY Owensboro, Ky. jl Xi.e-l'ri- --- 'oiig-tfjste- d '- - ti ;o iS 1 1 j 27SrOOO. of di'pjsils l .- - pain reliever. almost universal By the Housewife, the l;..ri!ier, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. other application compares with it in efficacy. well-known I , kl-- .s ttr 1 s, I t .V .lici en alty. Iiilerusl parij on .irnc remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M LS '.N(j j.ixim i:nt. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All This . u 1111 t.rant list. .Mrs. Taylor Murphy is on the hV'.c " Miss Deo Tttt.stall has typhoid fever. Prof. J. lojflii has closed his school. It is thouidit ho uill do v (tart for Tua. Mrs. Elizabeth Porter anil Mrs. Ellis WiLson, of 'l'owsey, Grayson county, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Win. Tuiihtall. Lii.i.v 1. 1:1.1.. W1III.011-.- In Mil nn. 1 -- ky. In watiraml Hare lean had cleared Ms Il.in uml Iiiimiv Karth'snhliiound hhadow; knm tartli'sjo) ..ml ilok: iteanl i.oliiof MiilllnBiiiiil thu blaitof war-A- mi In 1.1 hiiui.mlty w ithlu his hotit. Julie JI. I.lppinunii lu youth's C'oinpaiilon. - INI,-- , 250 THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE Willbese.it now tttenty-liv- licits your business LAWSON RENO, A DIIT druggists and dealers hae it Cast. lor lt"lii".l).- -i .'i.tl..' ( urr for Ihphtl.erli and 4'iiiu. iMiuitli. -- old by Z. W)i..' Uritlin .1 llm. m J.VI'Altllll m SHINKLE CHAPEL. Plenty of rain and f.tn.i-- sr Ijukv settinif tobacco. Wheat and outs looking fine. W. Ci. Ileiinutt.s health i" not much better. IJuelii Isaac Hudson is on the sii-Jist. Aunt Mri Sh.ier is no better at this writing. II. C Slwver and A. Chinn have from this pi, ire moved their .saw-m- ill to thu Woodward. alley neighbor hood. .Mr.--. W. . M'oodward, of lioda, Ittst Stitid.i, visiUid in this ii'init ' tho Ktiwt of Mrs. ' M. .Stew.trt. .Mis.es Nola and t'arrie Her. of lieda"! visited tlmir iititit, .Mm. I.tt-o- lla .luue.l. ,)HMn, Jliilli Im- uml surK,.r Surgical oiierations uru very iu Japan, and tho healing jHwfivs is rapid, owing prokibly to tho of the ieoplo from al cohol and their not lieiug llesh eat ers. The .Tapnneo nro uiisiisi'iptibli: to scarlet fever, and smallpox--, wltieb was atone tinio life among theni has been cheeked and almost terminated bj oluntarv vaccinu tion. The mortality of Toldo, a vast city which covcis 100 suuaio miles of giound, is only twenty per 1,000 The infant inoitality is high, owing to the too early exposure of new bom children. It is not unusual to see a week old baby strapped on the hick of a child of about eight, and bent out Io Ik jumbled about as its infant muo plays and romps with otherehildreii in thohtjeet.- - London Hospital. sue-cest- ..ITIS Jlv in net the hrni Tnlue lor i.ioi.e. Ti'yltthfS I" tourrtH.iuear h i..rrhiilnir . I,. 7fuu(k Miner. lyhirh rrpre.rnl the beat Milne fur p.kfi. tttki il, ni ll.i.llllllin will Iraill). )or $5.00p,Nkf3.00 4.00ji V2.50 run 1 COMMEL'VJAL until e to any address from .January 1st, lS'.l'i, lor 2.00 mutts ; ( (in j ii ,.f. -U tali il tn tor MOIU i: dm .it , . . ! ' -- Mi' Hie I s I "i'it li.lliliitenti.it a k lii.il' i i, ll iMf ii nn, ii ii It I'l III u Mi iiIiim ll I Ki.tllliii'i f ; i u iiimi i al.ilui fin nf i ii i i n r.i ; f ; s. I. m i lot iiMtiiiir .iil.n. ' -ii li'i in netnnl i lienti to i in tun littt ( ii.'ii) i'i" ,,m r i. i.tiiiin.ii, ItBiItHi i" ' iiij.. I.T; s 1".' L.w-Av.t- ff tlll,ll llllllDil ". '.f Hffl&YAHORSE? BOESHE .A, I'll' nil UrOV NOT ,lpA6E cents. Campaign year is now at haiiil; you must keep pi.Mcd, and the ua to do i to read TIIK the only true COMMKIU'IAL of Proticiion uml m.uiitl car- reacy in the South. Jl:i y Rich WrMlfi' " lKC"irCVAv Z Es&Bmssmsi HITCH HIM TO THE K tgvTTB.Tr.tj l; fr.s- ' Ul'J' h' - c' p r And examine it c.iiefidlv you with he sure to su!:ctibe. Adifrcv" all let- terMUIll make all checks ami Post-of- ei'A THE IITIIMt h'F,(','1,'ril.i tin- - kinn IiImIi u.fulM. Mint r. tin far tH'j..nl iU;r.eiwclwrMa -- W. L. DOUCLA$ KM S3 SHOE centTeWn, mas' BEST SHOE II THE &.. h-v'r- srsjr.-f-- r --f ' HfG'DEsPEciALLYFbREXERCl SlINQtjSPgEPlNgi i . tZRS&SSte: i&zz&zj - Pronounced By All HORSEMEN" To Bs THFMr?T pPRtrprr sill uvADti'i.iiiJ- Whalebon"5 OunBEAUTIFUL' VWtO fCR THE V OrtEV. in loutniar orcif .. nl A hkiupv t alu. h.-h- at sTqcK;;;;.kLGIiV;,;;;-AQ5NTsvMN- uatimnul ei y y pavnhe to LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., Liuiuville, Ky. ll.e A. I.. Douu-lai- ,, takkmillroil.lou, "i Itlna.., Sold HGCKEIt & TABOl?, liu-in- e, f ffiS-weKr- fjiua.?ss: i(iia wa" VT' Corrr. TED. N.Y Iv rt tiii: oi.nr.sr iiioriM;uvi,iii:it ... l ller. l.ottie Sorrels, of lJosin., is visitino relatives in this vicinity. .1. 11. Ilor returned homo Monday Miss in. ot lion lii tin' M'iii III. lor ll.e . Tim oldest pieces of wi ought iron (Mn iln, I ..Ml Olle.l.Mir ilo, now known Jo exist tire the sickle "' ' 'Iliri'O I. III. l.lade found by ni'Jzoni under the I. IK) Oni'.leill it . euril base ot it upl.iux in iutniac. near l ils.i 1.011 One 'Iliebes; the blade loui.d by Colonel III Tnolliif,. pes Vy.-- e ibedded in the moitur of tho ' One . .. ....... ... .....:.t jinu a 1 .: i nun oi. u (filler,! In lliel'it.t ulieri iml llit'o:.i. r,i'.ii. ;;i.uii.i, crowtit saw .'bini)rd IU Xnniod by lll.l.f pes lire iniiile, 'nl ;im see me. ;t.t!t(.:: w. ji vrini. "'"V"!1;1 M vi w'l, '' "m' ' '.'111 .Hull. Mreet, the Uritish museum. A wrought ,mi.of r).ml.s(',w Mw., w.w ll.IlI'w, by King I'nnis to Ale.Mintler the Great. This lelie ot unknown an- $75.00 lo S250.00 ilmir:'!:., '..' .il'. ni'ihili'i i.iii liitni-l- i all ir ' ..ad ln' Iln Ir tiquity is still at ('(install tflno to the lii.ini.. ulmle Nj'iue .iioiiirntj. tinople.- - .St Louis Itepublie. (Hilii.1 I'd IMeli.Ms nt lllver f et 'o:...tr N ailing tit lotion I. iu ton prices li lllii.lt list Calii.ii'l I'liotournplis HS.IMI in STANDARD I rORjcZHlUlr i Tin ttott fneri'mfiil lletiii'ilyorrroisnir. ir d, ut It It I'lrluln In Iti c.tuu uud iltit Lei Lllttir. 11. i ad .roof L j j i I ' i l aw KafSSH- sEaa3ij4S3ff: " "i'M ittt ri ; Ti-T- WW;ijmm m r nM ittt Kendall's Spavin Cure. ' iyikBi u.-- L v- - piv-crv- ed r ?j TWM i . mmms ninfK ijuie, rort DRY HOP Joint l.liloeni".i.Mlllon J..l .Inliit l.iiMi'iie,.-lioi'.lu- l, l,liliii'in on fit. i an w rki.iK ni llli..lunr l.:iii.eneiun'iiiiieui Hint ullnltn l.in.lH.U I 'Io twit J.lnln.iiit for manor I'i.nlneiire. It I. ut llnioivcriiii.l I r. .'.'lannii.llt tn nil lini.u in ii " u in. .l". our Mii ii i, ,m rKi'iimi- Hie vniuBiile, "It without lirenl uoillil Ih- Kuril... . I lino fr';n U uh. nwil It for -- imiln. ni him Ther t.iy it tlejriMrusi J. Vouuiriil), I.. O.S. uilicliut ) t'l.J t il i it-- Li: rone Art , iii!.:!, I.a. rt. J Krintt 1. 1 i. llie I creilrit sitl.faetl.m Illfilrl.l. Illh.lll D,nn.n.l.l......lA.l.....l. Hilt .. "ininillHHITIMIi ' eile),"'ioi'lill'l n "": i . J from Oueiislioro. H. U. Shaver has roturtied home from Kliubethtnwti. tho biacklish shells ot recent salt .Mr. '1'ole, of Owensboro, is in our lakes, while the ripple marks per.iilst. 0.UU. petuated in tho lower flagstones in m liciito the near intlttenco of the sea Amelia his pimple-- , and sores iu the tides on an expanse of muddy coast adapted lor wading and estuary-hun- t head, From htimots ii.leri.al her nose has inguniinuN. -(- iontloinairn Magazine. r row n IIiiki lleen n Hi nil mm, Thob'.jijers of tho Dead sea uic now e.teiisjy. ,salt pans, and the water is not to owiit' ifs; the Dioit-witKtiL'land, brine. 'J'hu fW inol- lusca that are found ciii rcripouil with Ala f';iqt.inil III.) In I'lOtll llil Clll...l..l iiIjo. .Ifi'K Mieiiln ie ill tiuioi Will eitt.x. II. I'. JOH.NSll.V A fO. V.i. i' tli and Main M ' I YEAST n-1 Kendall's Spavin Cure. tMI'IfU tie' UlmiiiK nn I rm iveil lla. i idiiruu. unit. tinluo woriel tin. Iior.o nry l'r I i.ir rln.i', nevfr liii.litnn any lainenett iieltliir coulkOiiaiivdltTeriiii'iil l tliotlZH of theliiN'lc Yourt truly, r. 0. COOLUV. For Catalogue nnct Pricos, .vrito thq MdQUfootucorMj Nl. i The Loading Fhotographtsr. w Tin miwiiin arK f wm Gl.TLmJLm . ft . a. ...i m i i OlSF gy Pi. n J. KritiAU. Co., l'no.oiir.'h falii, Vl.i ini Hi.. )inr ISJI I iri'iitnt wltli Kmatnir Ol at ,ia. In euro a lloiin -- inn I a of tuiiearlyntlurjuui a In in vjjuuii jri'art tstiil. and i.ni.leiuly -- 1 )toTo Vhtii, Colo , lua. l, Austin, Tomiinson & Webster Mfg.JJo., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S. A. ' f , V " i ' i m V ;irr bottle, nr tU bottlrt for $". All tlruijijUtu Uttrn It nr run tirt It fur yon, or II will Im unit tn nnn ml. i'v on receipt vfjirlre by tlinjirojirlt- . J'rlr WATtflui'J Vl.'i' o . The investigations that are going She's a boil on Jmr neck that is as on concerning tho origin of Hut iurlii-enas a boll, have led hoiiio men of to lint in other respect she is (loiur conclude that a or bacillus of some kind, which lives tp.ito well. mid i.s (lull'iised tlnougli tho air, is And pa has ilsjcpsiii, tual.iriii itml thu cuiLNf if this most troublesomo disease. (font, Ulis h.inds uitlis.ilt rheum are all bto- Wo don't belicvo thai oyery one l.en out; hiinsejf handsome, but wo do Ho is prone to rheumatics (hut make thinks tU.it bcliovo oyeiy on wishes to be. his lofjs swell, .tuiiloc Sti ulih l.lui il. JJut iu other respects ho is doing There is iu operation in Switzerwell, ijuito , land an intercitiiij; plant lor sawing Ktone. Tin saw on ono of tho l.tigest And ma has iiiglil-sweami a machines is over covi'ii feet in diain- ' ntm trouhles(dat) coudi. tnwl 1'rmcti.lLj ..I .i 1....1 ..i..i.. . . .. t .. . Tlmt nil nf nl.r T")ii'lor n in wmti ... ' ; " " '" iiioiiiiieu on a spUKIle, along ',rlV0 offi which it can be shifted so as to van Hm wakes ever, night and coughs Hu position for making cuts of any .piito a spell, desired sie. Tho rim of the saw is Hut in other respects she is doinj,' studded with diamonds, which are iiuitu well. held in small disks ot steel fitted into recesses drilled into tho saw near its I . iiuiniiiir i mini ko piiiiosopuy i perijiliery. Hy this arrangement it to help one boar the ills of life, but is possible to saw about onosqutuo inthocasoofthisfaiiiih wh.it is most to?$ (,f,.'"(l maiblo per lnitiute- .ew iork Journal, , , uoeueu m,tt food supply of I Jr. .. 1'ierco's (Joldeu.Medic.il Discovery. i'oUihi in 01)servntioiiH on livo rattlesuakes It would cloauso Amelia's bad blood ,,,., (!,,ro pa's aihtie, its eotirrh. llm "Golden Medical D.s- - ' biiukcs begin to shift for themselves, eovury" by its action on the liver, which iniiht bo very soon uiler birth, tho young ones bix cleanses tho system of impurities. days after hu tit ovisl tbo pi escneo It cures humors, ulcers, boils, s,.ro- f- of Mn!(11 .p.m.titK.,. Rx. Vl.om Jn iila, sal- t- rheum, on sipclns, and all peninents mado three months after kinds of sores' and swellings. Thu hirtli showed that considerable von- I'!" I only LM.ranteed '"J, ", V,tt7m lil0m' ' i latcd two hours ; ilAC"lTMliTAt"Ki,,i Luting and liKiai,l With tllO Uslltll HyiliptOUlB of chronic iienmi M'rVe 'ami m e.nt oid i. .. poisoning, Philadelphia Ledger. I, in; a inicro-oigauisat ted; 3Mltm In Every .trie and Sizs. Pictures Copied and Enlarged DR. E. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburrjl. Falls, Verm"""' "Seeino is Believing:." And a good lamp not gBp MIS "'l!ie kodicster Fil. ASPKCIALTY. 108$ Main '!Tm(i .Si reel. I LWIMJIOJIO, KY lolluil fES SWWfci 9 II ,iirAu:nr rrrir jSm fr - &' fa s ivJr-vsov.- . The df "'J Pitfs!iurg( Lamp in- lni-ishe- d. iHiiYffk .1. Ilinrit, HARRIS & EEBD, HAIHIKItS. flpposito Sttler and n.tirClovorport Hotel, Clovorpott, Ky. Happ and contcn". p iilPW sIllll'M 'tlKIIL fi - R 1 in uiit oi seems to to Kn vention.e 1 incte e "l.ut jSVACPl,ttyi lii H .13 THE BEST. BIKW WM SttWK MKIIIW qj. CbfMCd gocdnefcs of every way, and cntc os m n i FI wrffi It iccii s icjtch the end ns to k s,.a 5n nnL; for th.I ttamiH Tl.K RneilFST n If lh trninitenlrr hii't tti n.nnln. nud the stIe you wa.il. i "nd tu t.i f r our new illu'lriiulcaulo- - . r t.we tll reml ion i lm"r fel tv n i!ui..' il c;i. 'ttv-i- v' ' ' Utvuricliisf.uiu tim LjigeUlip Lu mlhtliuilU. .jj jMrk Place, How Vork C7 i.wfiiissxxiK T simple it is must be simple; when it is not cootl. Sunflc, Beautiful. Good these " words mean much, but to sue will imprct.s tic truth raon forcL.iv. A. I mct:l, les?, rr.d rntk i.i tarcc pieces cr.!y,3 '&J&X&J& toush an it 13 nbtohiU ' !.'ow I vntrfiiktMt, Ii.q A!i iiS.n'J ystt7 of old, it ii indct'il n 'Mvondcn I l.unp," f r its nnr vclous lis'it is purer ami brt liter t.ian c.n liaht? softer thsn tU'ctnc light ami i.. jrt. cheerful thsn ei.hcr. 1 Rocl.i-te- i.,-..i- r& 't 66Tih .". 1' y&tsnUtxam ,J LJ0S.LaZ.V. TAYWRS c., c wmm Mrwirhlmil2;F A iignt in a lan-CataloKu4,writeHochetrUinijCo.,NewYork. Lome ith ' The vl:li the light o( the mornlnj;. ha I Agcnis Wanted! II. A. LOZIUKH&CO., WliolcMtle Ddaleis, 1 H.'iKJ Ire ItoIii'ii Oiun I om (.iiriuirli or lioiucl.dl I laa- - itiowii'n lion IJlUcrs n liiilldi t he o r tun, aid. d lrestloi, n movi u.t tiMof lille, ou.l iir.-- i jiuili.il u (Ji tliei;eiiiiiuu FOR S1"KPSIA Mini f l'eron,s All deiilen In pit. il.rti imr liottlc. flcnnbo tiai trmle mark uml irui.d ml lluct on u rapper. Iron llltlert. l'e llrniiii'nleionitneiMlt. l'hrslil.iiu ,.. , .tZSTZ ! fiomcaraorotemorlcwlll be nlluved faai trade mark mid crowed red line Andtl.ote troubled Xcttralylo 1'cmona ltrown'n Iron Hitlers, ciewilne ou wrapper. lth nervo.itnesi reiultlnrr by taking , filling and wiping. CLEVELAND, O. Dirt falls onl when the chimney is taken off, not into illDhiipuii'ir a pocket as in other central-drauglamps. Putting in a new wick is a very easy matter irdced All this speiis strnjijjp q one who knows Jiow troubleBUOiCEYEi some other Rood lamps are. wjncjmnt It is in all the good lamp-store- s. Send for a primer. ht nun The only care it rcqulu i.s FOR I I cmii BY Bt FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. R RICHARH50N-TAYL0- URE RE -.- CENTS MALARIAL DISORDERS. MED.G). ST.LOUIS MO. JFREPAIIED InBLER'Si LE ! I.A II IKS Necdlnc ii tonic or children that want building hi, kliiii.ld take IlltOAVN'K I HON IIITTKIIR. Itii 'leant to laU, cunt .Malaria, Indlgca-Uoitiiin- d ll dealer kei pit. HllloiKiiefk. v CURES NOTHIHO BUT PILES, SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS yours as tho BUST REMEDY FOR PILES. rrtpir.aLj.MiiiuMibiix.Tinouiiiii, A to., tr.t.ons. mvm T Piifbursh, V. fg I , I KJS'lfifWfrfTor,',-'M-MiJIMafMHffffiiff- fJH.fff.V'Ioi'.pa V V - ' - .m , it PlTTSUUROU HltASsCo fM EX V fT?' lVii.nel!rltln llro', j Hula, CurtalndlKotion, IlillouiiKm, rla, Nenou.ncM. uiiiltieiiiTiil li'lllitr. I'lntl. ciaui ncommetid It. All deal' n Ml it. Giiiulne butrade laar uud cruitnl "l)lst. ton wrapper. Mp BROWN'S IR0S BITTERS D).U, JpPffliR onfllilnl'hllnilelDl.la tlio e npi.i'4'r Aiirer lint Au .ey of lli'ttr our uutb:rl2td ueiu hi latazsrizsaij .IU .....( .ill. .1.1., rtn.1 ....I....... .l. iciia.,.iivi4 .im vi..uiii,.u, e.aii lions itopjK.il, Lotit .Mnuliooil Ilentoreil, varlcotele, euk linck, loni uf loimurjr, dlzzlucm, nT0itnpK eaknei rtireil by tho I'citu ; lx loxci for llv Iteiiieillefi. rl.io r I.MU A wrl'ten gnarantco oflx nru tvltlt urty ix iHiei.. reiiu fiiimp nir riiiritei.ianf io lie ri'.NN 'ITY MIlllU'.M. KItII'ASV, 800 orlli Nocontl filrccl, I'ntl.t., re. i W,EAK AND BKKVELCPLl , '