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N SARNETT, Publish!.., OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIE PARTY IX TIE F0D1TB COMESSPAL LJ5 ?er Annum, Id Adnnce, $1.25 ner year. VOL. IT. HAKTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1892. NO. 48. SrTlK -- Xpg 2 Stat aWtUry of Stale Directory J, V. Urn ii I.iutianl,lottrnor (ln.ral - M.U.Alrura lleadhy ...W.J. Ilendnck U Norman -- I Hale. (I. II. Haaiigo Treasurer ..Unity k.glaterof liid limrr ,.i:. Adjutant Ocncrai Muit. Public Inatriiclioii II. rk l. i iiuninon A.J.droaa A. AcIiIiimik ruUiefrlnlor ..K I'olk Johnsiai cotrxT'S'Tr aoxxi3rcoxw"x Clrtull Contl mntenea the llh Monday in Ma) toil Neveinlwr. l.l'l.lllie Judg ..Joelw L'oininmweallh'a Attorney ' llanlwlek dark J I' Ham II t'oiNiHltilotif r COTyXTTZ" Judi Clark.. Bli.rltl Attorney eovax, Hprton J I' ' "I'1 V Boh an -- jaiir Aril. July CoUM Uourltnntine. thrlat Monday In rath inonlli QTTAXlX3BiaX.Tr COT3"T&5T. Court convenes the 3rd Monday in Januiry, rl.,iT,,l',r oiiimm ' January. Count of Clalma. begin. III lit Monday In Uctolicr and October. and Jiiatka'a cnurte In Id In March, June, Septemlwr per dates nppo.ltctlieiiamea. lid DMMiilffr, i J tl'Tnmer. ft. 1.4. t. cottoxo. 4,J, I, 1. I'ltaaki i: ( II W Taylor countable. rikl-atiu- t :. (H.T. M.ittia. 1. I", 10.1ft. (T. (i. W ilaoil, lonalahle. iKddi. Miller. 1, I, I, I.'J. J ChaniWia, I, '.', I, ter ways, mentioned in bia communication sent to tho Senate this week, shall bo continued. In the nnrpund woof of every lite, Tlii'ic iuiib a tin om I nfgold; Senator Tracy and a party of prom-neAnil tliioml liy tliicml, tlirotigh worldoflicials will go to Norfolk to ly Mi ili' witness the launching of tho BattleWeaves a wrb nl liislory untold. ship Texas on the 28th itist. Tho In every liiart llifieii woven a web, President will hardly be able to go, Willi coIoib ol cveiy line; owing to tho prcsuro of public business nlilcn thread, Willi Lucnnil It is really amusing to hear DemoWinch liinucan never undo. crats who are known to dislike CleveMnnyari! the nelioiiK. tli(iiihts and land worse than an uunamablc indiv-m- il ileeiU does holy water pretend that they Wliicli weave the myctiu web; And plnin-i- n eerv heart the seeds, are satisfied with his nomination. Inch innktM a golden thread. The Scuato Committees have been doing some hard work on the approWilli some 'tis only a filmy neb, priation bills, notwithstanding the iia And the MraiiiU are fur apart; Dimly the golden thread, tional convention and about the Through a cold and stony heart. hotest spell of June weather experlttit with Home this web is glittering ienced in Washington for years. This (air, week the postofHce bill and the And thick with tiohlcn threads; agricultural bill have beon completed The shuttle of life is weaving there, The glittering strands in golden and reported to the Senate. Both of Mhem have a number of amendments, webs. made necessary by the slipshod manA heart is often loaded with care, in which they passed tho House. And the web has a darkened hue, ner It is now expected that Congress to bear, lite has many trial And of sorrows too true. will .ill adjourn about the last weok With a GOLDEN THREAD3. FREAKS IN APS. Turns l at Unconsoioua Adsurdity in many an improvident citizen. Then up rose John II. Jones, n merchant Some Publio Notices. ot theiti out of Manitoba came down upon the town without warmug and toyed roughly with tho whisker of the town, who saith: silk-line- d 'These overcoats, which I Caaatraettan That would beautiful did iutend to sell you for 315, I now Make aMtHtUjr Marry Tor a aad UraaalaHIa offer for 810, for the sun bath 41 rare. melted tho profit and I will cut them (NatitnUy tlu-ru- Dad. (j ttwartit. Payne comtablc. , 7, 7. try llMim-lt.7- , UTlleiider, tl, ft, , ft. H II Taylor constable. Ml. Kulkerson. IJ, II. II. W ; I, lieo 1 W.Klar.l. II. II, II, II. W II The threads arc often dim and frail, And tpraks of sorrow untold; And the web in the heart is a myotic veil, With only n shadow of gold. We live as it were u dream of life, And the web each duy we weave, Should PfC o'er toil, care and And golden threads each wound will heal. L.E.L. Km. IWII li.lrr. II. 11 V. Ituwe constable. Hi. U.K. . r Xyvr, U ) I' timer cuiiaiaoir. ratlra t'ouru. . Dia.- -J J Mll.'hell. Judge; C Daul.l, Judge; H I' Taylor, W WASHINGTON. Affairs at tho Capital as Re- - J W Daniel. r.'aMTllli. J I.Datldaon, Judge; J IliaVf'ci'o.'-- W l...r..t.-Klrk-ls I. t Boiling, P Thomas. manual. Hakiii, Judge; .tna.--U laaiahal. U Iteld, Judg. Uronder, Judge; portod by our lar Correspond ont. Regu- llirrt'aaaljr 0Mrrr. Surteyor MielHu-rritteiien- itaeeiur t - 7V!.,,V""'.1 ..: ...Jw II Kcr -"- J W Bradley xiii9ioT78 woTioxriz. X.'C Claarli Jaala.-erviPaU.raator. ee frlk Sunday In each month. tv'aluck .very hunday morning, BaatUI Caarca. Hab)lh-echno- third ami at liev. K. h. Aral and Alatkai BaplUt, (col.)-rl- i-f tkird Sunday in. mint; and night. lUlilailli-Khoo- l aita'clovk a. a. Itat. J. J. Hrnnnjj l'tor. Irt.lt Halur-dartire. second Hnnday y e. ry and Sunday. rialdMUi-achoo'clock, lief. J. S. Coleman. l'alor. avmn t . , t'taurrla. Hervn-t- s first ami fnuttli at ii'rlm k auday in each tnnnlh. KaMailh-acliiM- l tarySuuday innnilnu. lift. (I. II. K'kiihI l'a. (col.J-rt- i.-r rry M. K. at a. . and nljtlit. Hahbath-aihoo- l Ckarl, . I'alnr. HCTWKKN LOUSVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, Sleeping Cars, PULLMAN BUFFET KItOM AND TO I.OVINVIM.K,KMIllIN,VI('UNIIURU MATtfN ROUr.,nnd KKW ORI.KANT. la Xriiihl. The Quick and Desirable Route Mw York TS'lialilliKtuii Hlciiiiitiud lid KUK Kaw Urlatn Mobile Llltlu Hock Hut Snrllift tid point In Weal Arkanaaj MUaUfippi Tax Urn and Northeastern Points Mniili!i Viclat'lirK lUtxn Nurfolk Old l'tilnt lltitTiilo Clfvulind Ti'lodo ChlriK" 1ihIIiiiihioIIi Cincinnati lniinl!l TO AND KKOM IMilUilflpliln llnHimnru C:nlurt Loiin nnd tbn South Hiid SOUTH WKST. ! lril-li- t aaeured by the Limited Exprct--t trlck between the lien aixurad by TUkala.Tiuw-TaU- f Train. Oiilt A nioiit' KlBK botweon JvoulivUlo tad Maiaphit, and tho belt and quickest Agaat at Beaver Uam, A Ill It thoroughly ou,uiped and In condition, and provldoan excel-Un- t rmnfment in timennd thruil(;li cart ATCI It the time and convanienoo twa citlet over offered. mid all daalrad inform, J.ONU apply inn to - W. t. f.l,riD.iT.6i.'lhii.A7i.,lo.iiTilli,KT, t3UIVII,I.K,HT. LuiiTilli, BCJIBDUUS , I.OUIM at TKX. R. R. & St, Lo.ii Tim iilf.j, NOV. 1, 1191 .No, 63, No.ftl, Dully. Dally. . IN EFFECT WEST HOUND. t,T. Uulavllla WatPolat llrandmhurg lrtlnnlon Utapkenaport t'lomport Hawratlllf Owanabore HpottiTill Ar. " - Llport Hndron - S p. in. in. I.lla. m. 7:i0p. in. . m. 8.07 p. in. S.Hii, in. 8 37 p. in. l- . m. U.J1 p. in. lo.il u. in. o.icp. m. -- .... Hill h. in. lo.iu p. m. IliJftn.m. 10:34 p. in, U: 10 p. in. 11:11 p. in. l- ll.&ft p. in. IStip. in. U to . in. 7:4S " No. 62, EKHT BOUND. Dlly. -- . No.M, Dai'y S; Lt. H.ndaraou Opottatlll OwawViro, LMwIiport HwaTllle Clotarport Irtlifclou Waal a. in. W7 h. m. 8 27 . In. in. S.33. in. 7:18 l&p. m. t. 3J7 p. m. 4"iS p. m, S.uftp. in. ft.iop.iii- - 10 10-- M u. rn. 8tphaaport..... ..... BrndRbnrg Ar. Uulaylll " 0.19 p. m. P- - Pnt.... ., ,.,..-- M " ll:2 , tn, 7::il ln.OJ p.m. 8 Oft o3 I.W p. in. 7.0ft p, in, p. in. p p. in. Taaln"No. tl knit hc(. 61 inak connrcllon at Irtlagton (Sunday aiceptfd) with Iruln on Ixiula. and Wnttro It. H., Till. IlarJIntbhr wait bound. For nirthr Inrormatioii, kddrra " U. C, 510IIDUE, Oan. P'r Ag't. Loulavillr, Ky. rt ConUIn Otu H4iwd HmIim for iimt. and lur dallclouaCaaalr cheaply away quickly drug book Jt, Bowita nun Bimau almawao j io iteit "nrr' lau at II the Democrats had submitted the selection of their Presidential candidate to a vote of the Republicans of the country there is no doubt that Cleveland would have received a majority of the votes, from the simple reason that nine out of ten of them think him the easiest man in the Democratic party to beat. It is not therefore siirpning that his nomination by the Chicago Convention (thutild have been received by the u Republicans with the liveliest and the greatest enthusiasm. Aside from the few Democrats who held ofiicc under him which they blindly and without reason hope to get again, his nomination was like a wet blanket to his party; they know that the convention nominated him, he was considered the not bocatii-strongest man, but dimply because jealousy and bickerings in the party made him the only man upon whom the Delegates could unite. They knew alo, and some of them do not hesitate to say so, that he is doomed to defeat; that he cannot carry a single doubtful State, and that he stands a good ehnncc to loose several of tho Southern Stales, because the men who look after the counting of votes in that locality have no desire to see him in the White House again. Senator Hill will not raise n hand to help Cleveland in New York tin. less he undergoes a great change. Ho is reported to have spoken in substance, as follows, to a gentlemen who tiied to get him to promise to carry the Suite for Cleveland: "Do you take me for a fool; no power on earth can carry New york for Cleveland, even if I should put forth my best efforts for him I should be charged witli being responsible for his defeat, us I As I am to bo blamed was in 1888. any way, I prefer to be blamed for doing nothing. The delegates to the Convention nominated him with their eyes open, now let them elect him, if they can." tieiieral Horace Porter, of New York, whose name had been connected with the Chairmanship of the Committee, Republican National came over here this week to tell the President that his private business engagements were such that it would for him to becomo be iinpossiblo Chairman of the National Committee. He suggested to the President that tho proper man for the position, if ho could bo induced to accept, and bo thought ho could, was Chnuucy M. Depew. This suggestion of Gen. Porter's is taken to mean that ho knows that Air. Depew will not Secretary of Stato. Mr. Depew has had little experience in the actual hurly-bur- ly of practical politics, but his work at Minneapolis leaves nc doubt of his bciug fully qualified to becomo chief executive officer of the Tho selection National Cammmu. of a Chairman to succeed Mr. Clark. son will be made by tho National Cora' mitteo at its meeting here this week, but it will ib reality bo made by the President, as the Com mitteo always vote for the chairman selected by the Presidential candidate. Land Commissioner Carter, of Montana, is favorably thought of. Henater Davis, of Minncssota, has introduced a resolution authorizing the President to retaliate upon Caim-di- au vessels using American water ways, if the discrimination against tho American vessels using Canadian wa satis-fucto- Ever since man has taken upon himself tho dignity of a civilized be ing, he has recognized tho importance and necessity of publio notices, and as society has advanced and its wants aud interests increased, so have the number and variety of advertisements advertising multiplied, until to-d-ay has become an art (n itself, and each his neighbor man is trying to out-din tho novelty and eUboration of his "ad " Amoug the thousands of notices that appear iu the daily papers, it is by no means surprising that we should occasionally come across some that do not smatter ot the elegance aud correctness that are want to characterize the modern public announcein July. ments, but afford a refreshment and MT. PLEASANT. amusing diversion, as, for example, As this place is always up with any the following in a country newspaper: 1 place in the county, I will send you "Wanted A small boy to scrub a few items for publication. floors and two hired men." r Rev. W. G. Stewart filled his It is, of course, to be presumed that appointment at this place last the small boys who answered this adSunday and gave us a very able vertisement were sufficiently well acquainted with the colloquialism of H. C. Crowder will teach our their town to understand that their fall school for us. This will be duties would be limited to scrubbing his second term here. floors. L. W. Taylor is doing a good biu-ineAnother example of deficient synwith his mill, ami giving gen- tax, which by the way, appeared in eral satisfaction, as he always does in a city paper, produces a somewhat every thing. startling effect, and puts the adverSam Ruferty, of Select, had two tiser in position of a curio hunter or very iitie honied stolen a few nights a luuatic: ago. "A gentleman occupying a large, Will Parks is all smiles, it is a ten comfortable room, would like a conpound buy. genial companion heated 'by steam." We have a very interesting Bible Instances of this kind are numerous. School at this place that meets at 3 Here is another, which puts the old o'clock every Sunday evening, also a gentleman mentioned in the light of good class iu vocal music. a pilferer, both of clothes and feathThe Ohio county F. & L. U. will ers: meet at this place the 7 A 8, of July, 'Information wanted as to the a large delegation is expected. A whereabouts of one Samuel Green, Committee will meet Delegates Wed- yrhn waudercd from his home, No. street, with a Roman nose nesday evenina and assign them 2012 aud a slouch hat." homes during the meeting. Such laxity of sententious conWheat is cowl; oats and corn looks well, health very good, noboxly got struction is to be met with eveu in obituary notices, although, perhaps time to visit or marry. will excusable on the ground of nieatal, Wishing your paper success I erturbatiou as the result of overclose. B.H.S. . .. a. ) whelming grief: In Memory "Died, Juo.W- - Hunter, who leaves Of J. Herbert Lowe, who departed three children witb the consumption this life May 2.1, '02. He was iu his aud his mother." 121st year. He professed faith in Obituary notices' are frequently Christ in March '89, and united with embellished witb rhymes, for death the M. K. Church, in which be lived has the happy effect ol awakening the a fuitful member until death. Oh, slumbering genius of poesy ,aud many it was very hard to give him up, but a poet who was born to blush unseen God thought best to take him away controverts the design ot nature now while young; bis short life was by making a public spectacle of him. ono worthy example. selt in the manner of the followiat;, Funeral services weie conducted which appeared in a weekly newspaby Revs. W. E. Cook and G. J.Bean, per iu the wilds of Pennsylvania: before a large aud sympathizing au"Dear little Susie, she's gone away! dience. He was a faithful member She's goue for good, and she's gone to stay." of the Sunday School aud will be We ull sympathize greatly missed. Rebgiou is sometimes, either de; with the family iu this their sad be- siguedly or accidently, made to reavement. May God so watch aud serve a somewhat profane purpose. cure o'er each of them that they may At a Sunday School fair the wells ot be ready when the augel of death the ball were placarded with various culls them to meet Herbert in a world announcements of the attractions and where there's no sorrow, no strife, but prices, and among them was the nil peace, joy and happiness. tempting notice: o reg-ulae. ss down even to 85 and a 50 cents; aye, even 5 sheckles and 5 Bheckletts in lawful money of the realm will buy ou one of these elegant garmeuts. Sclah!'" The morning Chronicle published in Loudon ot July 17, 1804, contains the annexed modest notice: "Ageutleman whoie literary productions have met public approval, undertakes to conduct epistolary correspondence, where coriectuess aud elegance of style are necessary; whether on familiar topics,-- on business or ou courtshiD. lie nleilffcs nirasc f to the strictest secrecy. Whatever the subject, no confidence will be absurd, no matter divulged. He presumed he could uso a strain the best adapted to display the feelings of the heart and attain the object. Apply to Mr. Bander, South Windmill street." Here is another no less uuamusing, which attracted public attention in 1712: PR0FE8S10XAL CAM). TOWN TATTLER. Tho reason n boat is called she, W. ZEdwin. "Ro-wsays tho Water-wa- ys Journal, is beATTORNEY AT LAW, cause they are hard to get und when - KENTUCKY. you get them they nre hard to get HARTFORD, rid of. They cat bo much, cost so JAB. f.ULriN. J. a. a. MtftDiia. much, need so much paint, always 6z ""vredding--, have so many lines out, always tryjL--i JaLisa w-a- e ing to mash something, wear out so HARTFORD, KY. soon, aud in fact, do everything but Hiizinr.) (llie,Mi rAmli Will pr all o chew gum. But the last and most Ohm und ii the tin irprnfua-ln- n, mid Incom the inljnliilnit count t of .p?aht important reason is because it tukes Hpti'ml .mention )tiliii to rriiiiinul practitu und ollculonv Yjn2ly a man to manage them. e - ii l A humble boy with a shining pail went gaily singing down the dalo to where the cow with a brindlo tail on tho clover pasture did regale. A bumble boo did gaily sail over tho softnnd shady vale, to where tho boy with shining pail was milking the cow with a brindlo tail. The bee lit down on tho cow's left ear, her heels flow- - up through tho atmosphere, und tliroii"li tho leaves of a chestnut tree, tho boy soared into eternity. . Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will prm tire h'a prort-aaio- tin- - In Ohio and court or Appritla, Mpccia 1 71 ntlwitlon jilw n to collection. OMico north auto public nquare. K. D. OU HIT. r B. I). KINfiO. cSs "Ringro, Attorne)rs at Law. roiintit-a- , In nil coin to of Ohio .ind adjoining SuiH-rinCourt mid Court of Ap-- I l()al buaincua atlrndtd io. Ollkr, No. tl, over Andcr-oir- a Bazaar, linrt-fo- r J, Ky. Will pracll'-- rnli. and in riilf "At the Old Lilly, near the Barge house, in Christchurcb parish, South-warat London liveth Francis Moore, license physician and student in astrology, who, by the blessing of God, cures all sorts of aches and agues one dose in young and old when left off by others. He hath an excellent medicine lor fits in young people or children. Ho hath an excellent tooth powder aud a family tincture that gives present ease to colic and carries off all pains iu an instant. Ho gives judgment in tho astrological way. He desires that all that send to him out of the couutry, upon their own business, to pay the postage of their letters or expect no auswer." The Daily Advertiser of April 1804, contains the following, which for cool, brazen impudence, is worthy of notice: "Marriage is to some a happy state, to others the reverse. The unfortunate writer of this is placed in the latter situation, lately united to one of a disposition contrary of herself. She is lively and young, ami now so very miserable, that she hopes will meet with pity and not censure from the other sex. Tho person to whom it is addressed must be a gentleman possessed of fortuue, generosity, agreeable deportment and be resolved to keep this an inviolable secret. He must present the lady with 100 pouuds settle a yearly income on her, to take place ono twelvemonth after acquaintance has commenced. Address Mrs. Smith, etc." s The Weekly Journal of 1717 an advertisement which goes far ahead of eveu the most wonderful and conceited notices of "At her house, the Red Ball in Queen Btreet, Cheapside, livetli a Gentlewoman that hath a most incomparable wash to beautify the face, which far exceeds all that are extant. It takes out all manner of wrinkles, pimples, redness, morphew, sunburn and yellowness caused by mercurial poisonous washes; it also plumbs and softens the skin, making it as smooth aud tender as a suckling child's; the young it keeps always so, aud the old it makes appear young and fair to admiration; it hath nothing of paint iu it, neither doth any person know You may have from the secret half a crown to five pounds a bottle. You may have Pomatum, White Pots, the like not to be compared with. Also a powder for the teeth which makes them as white as suow. So batb a most excellent secret tn preveut hair from falliug out. Sho alters red or gray hair to a delightful light brown in a few days, whith will Sho shapes the eyebrows change. and makes them beautiful. She hath a delicate Paste to whiten the hands, and Pomatum to color the lips. Sho has a certain aud infallible cure for Toothache. She cuts hair very fine. Sho hath also an excellent Colick Water, also a fine snuff for the head with an Eyewater which she defies all Europe to parallel." con-tainy: -- At a public gathering, mic hot night not long ago, the scribb'er of ATTORNEY AT LAW, these hues sat burning into a crisp or rather he was being fried alive, and the great glimmering drops of "R. 3EZ. gathered into flocks ou his brow, when a bright-eye- d little maid, who was near by, seeing his uncomfortable condition, and having a kind i,uiiice in uroHUer uuiiuiiu; ) Will practicn Ida profosnion Iu nil tho courts of feeling in her dear little heart for the Ohio nnd ndjoinlng coiiulira. Also Mofnrr poor mortal who was beiug so rapidly 1'llbllc Muiilf transformed into boiling point moisture, handed him. not a cup of cold 2v3T. Xj. "HleavrirL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, water, but a fan. And as he sat there while the artificial though none the less exhilarating zephyrs fanned his Will prnctliolilprnrpinii In nil the Courla ol torrid brow, he prayed down deep in Ohio and adjoining (ounlica, and in Hie Court of ApH'ala. attention uitin Io cnllirtlon. bis heart that this same blight-eyeOffiic, oicr Wllliiima, Hell A Co'a ilriigMora. little mnid might ever have as light a i-jpsfiheart as uow, might ever be young, s and might get the best fellow in the world for a sweetheart. Perry Westerfielcl Attorney at Law, :h:.:rt:f,"r:d, pres-Derati- :k:tz "WeddinEr, Hartford. Ky, l d The English language is not sufficiently copious to express the terrible condition of the mad from here to Beaver Dam, nor to express tho absolute cussednebs of the man or men who allow it to get in that fix. The present road law is almost a total failure and the woy to get it repealed is OFFICE OVER RED FRONT to enforce it. All law should bo enIs prepared to do nil kinds of forcedthe good that it may serve the immediate interests of the people, Dental work at reasonable prices. the bad that it may hasten its own A. J. SLATON, M. D.f If every overseer in the county would put bis road iu good condition & at once and keep it that way, even Formerly Millwood, now locate I at l.eiich-fielof though ho mado every man work on oirera his urolcsaioiml services to the paople (Irtyaon iinJ idjointng counties. Olfito in the road two days out of every week (tho Dr. lladeu property.) 33ly in the year, the people, while they would have good roads, would at once SECRET ORDERS. realize the enormity ot the cost of the present system and they would be CkeroMaxuell Camp, No. 33, Department ol driven to the inevitable conclusion Kentucky, mi etsat Uarlford,K).,stiond Saturday that our rouds should be worked by in each month nl 1 1. h. C. M. IliaMTT, Captain. taxation. When they are ouce conJ la. I,, l'.owt, Sergeant. vinced of these things tho work is Q-- . done, for wheu the men who cast tho uk.. TZ. J, Wr a OosNtiL Pot, No. 8, Department o ballots demand a thing they can alKentucky, met ts erer) third Saturday at 1 o'clock ways get it. Let the law be enforced t. m., Iii Leitchfkld, Ky. l'.S. lUlMK.Coill. while it is law, whether it is good or H.A.Mibmuv.A.lJ. bad for such enforcement must result in good. The condition of the road I'aiatos Mokto Post No. 4, Department of Kento Beaver Dam is a burning shame tucky, meets cirery Saturday lufore the second 10 at u. In tho and if there ever was a case that justi- Sunday ntKy. o'clock A.J. G. Ciuwhihux, P. C. Hartford, fied indictment surely this is tho one. J. M. Biaaor, Adj. "Blaaafc''SS DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, Sons cf Veterans. C'ourt-lloii- court-hous- e THE DRAMATIC STORY V OK A MAIDEN ON A "IIUOY." Myrtle Tinblky. Elm wood Stock Farm Mr. "Supper, 25 cents." This was hung directly below the motto: W. II. Gentry writes, " I am glad of tho opportunity to speak in praise of your wonderful Quinn's Have recommended to Ointment. several friends who are as well pleased with tho results as I am." For Curbs, Splints, Spavins, Puffs and all bunches use this standard romedy. "The Lord will provide. This only demonstrates that man hols nothiug too sacred when he has his way to make in the world, and is liable to resort to any means that will conduce to his earthly welfare or - f .aJa--- happiness. Perhaps the most start- MIIIXOU'N I'ATAHRIl Rrinody- .- )lll.r ling example of this spirit is that of a cure for Catarrh, Diphthrrla und In Memory certain fouuder, who advertises him- Bold by Z. Wayne Urlffin A Bro. son of Frank self in ceremony. Charlie, Ot little a and Dee Rowe, died Juno the 11th, Advertising Fakes- "Sacred io the memory of Sara I'rlnlrrs Ink. aged 1 year and a few days. He was B., wile of Thomas B. Brown, who Advertising takes are of all sios. a bright little boy and was loved by built the iron fence about this lot.and advertiser baits his hook all who knew him. will be pleased to furnish estimates The bunco Mother, your darling's voice is for simulir work. Satisfaction guar- with the magic word frou. It keeps hushed, thy warm true heart is still, anteed. Write for prices or call at him busy pulling Lis lines in. I and on thy young and innocent brow 22 First street. Orders by mail and have before mo now tho number of telephone promptly atteoded'to," His magazines, hearing the namo of an is resting death's cold chill. A modern little sign in this city honorable publishing house There hands are clasp upon bis breast. We have kissed his lovely brow, and in makes the following remarkable an- is tho old crayon portrait fake Wo will make you a crayon portrat froo our aching hearts we know we have nouncement: His little crib is "Boots blacked inside." no darling now. of charge, provided you oxhibit it to influence uow, his little clothing laid etimpty This equaled by another, where tho your friends and use your by, mother's hopes, a father's joy, in number of the shops is mado to cre- in securing us future orders. Tho Go little death clad arms does lie. ate false impression, and at first leaves individual who worked this last fako pilgram to thy homo on yonder bliss- the reader to suppose that' the pro- iu New York used to make his profWe miss you, but soon ful shore. prietor is in business simply for the it on the frames, which were supwill como where wo will part no more. fun of it: plied at a certain price or no picWo lay him in a silent tomb, sweet "623 suits pressed and oleaned for ture. blossom of a day; wo just began to $1.00." I pick up a paper for children and view the bloom when Charlie was the great variety of enter- mothers. One advertisamont roads Among called away, at length, relented from "You can get free a steam 'cooker' nil his pain. Our darling sleeps how taining and novel advertisements to that fits any stove and cooks all kinds calm and peaceful he reposes while be seen in the papers and magazines of food at the namo timo." Before nowadays, one that appears iu a westB. J. Christ his soul doeth keep, ern paper some time since Is worthy ending the postage stamps place tlio AHt. YOU MADE iniaerahU by t accent on the word "can" in tho of special notice: C'onallpalion, Diitlnf , loaa of Appatlta , Ytllow sentence. a puitl I cur, Mkln? diillnh'a Vltallwr "And it was on the third day of quoted Uro. Bold by Y. Wnyue Griffin the tenth moon, aud the sun no boxUEtt.H.THA'VKR, of Bourbon er comforted the spirit of the fat man TMKMSV."Both my.lfnd wifnoweuur lltfa Ind., aaya: A MAHAL INJECTOR fre. with aarh botnor oppressed the soul of the lean loaHIS.eH'N CONRVMm'ION t'VHK. I'rlo W rrali tle of Hhlloh'a Cuturrh Rnnady. man, for the chill winds that high Hold by Z, Warm- - (Irifflu A llro. Kohl by Z. Wayne Oriffln A llro. It was in one of our schools tho other day where I picked up the following thrilling composition written by a girl, which is one of the best pieces of English as she is "spelt" that I have seen: "A write suite little buoy, tho sun of a Kernel, witli a rough round Ins neck, flue up the rode ns quick as a dear. After a thyme ho stopped at a house and wruug the belle. His tow hurt hymn aud he kneaded wrest. He was two tired too raze his fare, pail face, and n feint mown of pane rows from his lips. "Tho made who herd the belle was about to pare a paii.butt she through it down and ran withe awl her mite, for fear her guessed wood knot weight; butt when she saw theo little augcll, tiers stood inn her eyes at the site. 'Ewe poor deer! Why do ewe lyo henr? Air you dyeing' She 'Know,' he said, 'I am feint.' boar hymn inn her alms, as she aught, to a rheum where he mite bee quiet, gave hymn bred and meet, held a cent bottle uuder his knows, untitle his cinder, rapped hymn up warmly, gave hymn a suite drachm from a viol, till at last ho went fourth as bail as a young hoarse." FOR IlINl'KPNIA and !.U- -r Complaint joiihatoa pnnlrd iiuaruntcr onrvrry botlltol Hhlloh'a Vitulltcr. Hold b Z. Waynv GrlttlnABro A NATURAL RIMEDT FOR Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Iljster-fe- s, St, Titus Dance, Nerrousness, Hypochondria, Melancholia, j-, Sleeplessness, Dizziness, Brain and Spinal Weakness. This medicine has direct action upon tho nerve centers, allaying all Irritabilities, and Increasing tbn flow and power of norvo fluid. It Is perfectly harmless and leaves no unpleasant effects. A Viilmblo Hook en Nonrotu 1Iuiiui scut trco to any address, and poor patlouu can aUo obtatr) till mcdkliio free of cliiuxo. Tills remedy baa Iwen nreparod by tho Reverend Knemtt. ot jort Wayne, Ind, aluc URO. tod Uytlie FREE auowiireparudunderiiia direction KOENIC IVIED. CO.. SoldbyDruKL-laUntSlpcrllottl- Chicago, O III. for 8ft larceSUe.Hl.73. 08T H qciXIlTT. O Uottles for a)0. VEST 1 QlllITI. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has FOR 20 YEARS loci imiUllDSOI-TlTUH- all Worm Romodlos. For all the littlo ills and worri-ine- nts of Children, Dr. Fennor,s Soothing Syrup is superior to all Warranted to satisfy nr others. For sale by L. money refunded. 48-- U 1$. Roan. "IIACKMKTACIiY'rt t'riuu 1'iTfuuw. Wnyuv (J rl Kill A llro. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOTjO l rrrs.njk, leu. Ctw bT.lOrH. EVERY uvrkywiiehe. Weakness. JlUousucai, rO TIIK ii hallux mid truiirun and 6U rout Hold by '.. relioto croup Hold by Z. ISrAwiN'S IRON T'lTTB'S- Kor alo leJer It cure quietly. genuine- - br mediclae take H1.U u, Uigeitlou Malaria. and IP . NIIILOIIttCurewill iiniiifdmtt-l- whooping cough and broiuhllla. Wayne llrirnn Bro. 0EUIN cured at home without palu. Book ol par ticulars sent IIKI. ll.M.WOOl.LKY.M.U. andWbtikaySaMta . 4w J. Mil. Mosus It. llM.X.V, of tho Central City Jfcrald mid Miss Hnllie T. .leiincttc, of Bcvior, were mnrrlcii at rtinusiiKi) j:t.uy kkiiuy sioknino. the Methodist Church nt tho latter Wo ileciro to place Inst Sunday. JMIIor nml 1'roprli lor. II. IHMlllHN, congratulate br.th on the excellent FRIDAY, .IUIA'1, 1892. choice each tins niiulo- nml to wish that life's sweetest pleasures may ho theirs. Hartford llcpublican Republican Ticket. von rnusiniiNT, BENJAMIN riAHHISON, Of Intlinnn, fok vici: i'itiii)i:sT, WI1ITELA.W HKID, Of New York. ' roit riii:itii'F, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOK CIKCUIT COUIIT CI.CIIK, Wiiii.k driving to a Liberal Club MmiiiifF Inst Saturday. Gladstone wns struck in tho eye with a stone, his followers claiming it was thrown by nti enemy of Home Rule. Politics in this country is hot enough sometimes to bo very entertaining, but when it conic to throwing stones we'll beg leave of absence and will in no wise be in it. Old Oiayson came to the front and nominated a very Monday, STEVK.N'S. strong ticket. Mr. N. A. 8inqnon week. SEPTIMUS T. for Shcrill' and Mr. Ansel lfyeis Quite a number of people from this for Circuit Clerk will make as stiong A Partial Change. neighborhood attended preaching at For utmost three years I have la- a team as could be found anywhere. Heihel Church Sundn). Giiazia. ofliccs bored to establish n Republican organ They nre competent to fill tho and are energetic and highly KINDERHOOK. With the record of m the county. Here's to the succe-- s of citizens. June 127. Wheat cutting is tho and the failuics in this line behind us, older of the day; from the prospects the ticket in old Gnu son. K3WL9CSE the consequent distiust, even among uow"lhe yield will be good; corn is Tin: Democracy have put them- looking well, anil health of the comRepublicans, which at first attended selves on leeord again, in favor of munity is good, so Kiuderhook is in the enterprise, most ot our readers their pet hobby "to the victor be- a flourishing condition. know we hare not always had a cloud- long the spoilVby nominatinglleacN Mis. Welle Snell, Ilorton, wns in less sky. Yet, I never doubted ulti. man Stevenson, who was Lend High Kiuderhook one night last week, tho ' mate success and nm proud to say to Executioner of Republican officials giict of her father, G. W. Maple, the friends who have stood by us so during the Cleveland Adiuini'tiation. romwe.i, ..... Miss i.ott.0 aurreis, him says Horse Branch storm and sun- Woss Croker in speaking of Mrs. Annie laird. faithfully through the Democrats like him bcc.iusc.when vWted the family of S. L. Waird last shine, that the paper is now past in office, he believed in turning Reweek. quicksand, is on n paying basis, and publicans out. Mis. Steve Bennett, Weda, visited may be considered a permanent inweek, the I.n speaking of our talented y oimg in Kimlerhook one day last stitution. of her daughter, Mrs. Lillian poctes, Miss Lu,ie Walker, the guest Mr. Alex B.irnctt, to whom I have Henderson Gleaner passes this lowing Baird. Roiiin-- Hour. sold my interest, is a true and tried tribute: Mis. Win. Edwards, No Creek, pent tho ilny with. Is. Bettie Ma-- 1 "On the second page of this impresRepublican, and I feel sure the party The chair in which Thomas .lefl'er-so- j) do sion ofthe Gleaner will be found an pie one day lust week, sat while writing the Declaration can depend upon the new firm to excellent picture of Miss Li.ie WalMisses Mattic Luce and Cheat of Independence js u,Rvy piyned by the everything honorable to uphold the ker, the gilted young poetess of Hart-folHartford, attended the PhilosophicalJ3ociety,of Philadelphia, Graham, Kentucky. paper and the imperishable principles meeting at Washington quarterly "Miss Walker for one o young has It is reported that this mterestinij it maintains. proven her wonderful genius by no Sunday. relic will be exhibited nt the World's Curdsville, ' Miss Ella Hocker, I am grateful to those liberal-minde- d equally wonderful rapid progress in the Fair. Her name Daviess county, field ot poetic literature. visiting friends and Democrats who patrouied us is not confined to the limits of her na- relatives in tho lomniunlty, during my connection with the Ri tive State, but is to be found elated D. L. Smith mid little daughter, among those of national fame. Miss l'UiiMCAN, and to one and all who Walker is a pet of the GUaner and in Miss Jessie, Orteiisboro, are in the have aided us financially and with her advancement it rejoices equally neighborhood at this writing. ' kind words of encourngment, I return with those nearest and dearest toher. There was a large crowd attended quarterly meeting, which convened Resp'y. thanks. my heart-fel- t LEITCHFIELD. A Sunday. nt Washington C. M. lUitNiriT. April 13. & June 28. Tho Republicans ofGiay-so- n dinner was spread on the ground in Concounty met here Auothor Change. and wns highly enjoyed by nil who vention and nominated N. A. Simp-o- n In assuming the exclusive ownerattended. for Sheriff and Ansel Wyers for Clerk Great many of our good people ship and control of the RiU'UHI.ioax, ROCKPORT. of Ciicuit Court and indoised W. II. contemplate on attending the solhaving purchased the remaining half Stoy for District Attorney and selectW. D. Coleman was in town Tuesdier's reunion, which will be held at interest of Alex Bamett, it is but ed Delegates for the Congressional day. Cromwell the 4th of July. G. W. Rowe and family, Center-tow- n, I can not hope to Convention. just to remark that With best wishes to the Rm'uuo visited Mrs. D.J. Duncan SatThe county ticket is considered the and exbring to the paper the ability Daisy Dkane. an, I am still urday and Sunday. stronge-- t that could have been made perience which, until a few months Fount Stum was 111 town a short a and sure winner. Resolutions. ago, were actively connected with it. while Thursday. by the We hud oiiio good speeches At a call meeting of Cromwell , Wut, notwithstanding these migiv-ingMorton YonK oue of Greenville's Republicans of the county, nnd every- Lodge, No. 420, F. & A. M. the Rockport it shall be my earnest and only thing pac-e- d oil Very harir.oniously.atid Worshipful Mn-tannounced the young laywers was in aim to give to the people of Ohio eveiyone well pleased with the Con- sad news of the death pf our beloved Monday after a weeks fishing at Rochcounty and the Fourth Congressional vention and the ticket. Wut we were brothor, J. J. Lench, whereupon, n ester. Wo predict for him n biillinnt asked to get tlnough the work as Committee wu appointed to draft future after his desciiption ofthe way r. a model and give up the Court suitable resolution, to ulinm we re- the suckers bit at his bait. soon as Sincerely grateful for the kind .The deck hands 011 the steamer, Hall for a speech by .Mr. Laugford, spectfully ubmit the following; words and patronage co liberally who - peaking in the inteie-- t of ReWhi:hi:vs, Tho great Master of tho Rescue, struck Monday, because they dining the few months of my form, and if there ever wn a speech Universe has seen fit in His nllwise said thoy were tired. Thoy sboujd have newspaper life and hoping by faithful made in the State for Refoim, it was piovidciice to call away from 'our had somo "tarred" feelings. Mioses Ella and Mnggic Duncan, -- urely made by the venerable gentlemid-- t our much beloved brother, J.J. and energetic effort's to merit a conHo said that Leach, from labor to the refieshing McHenry, visited Mrs. 'Stephens at man, Mr. Langfoid. tinuance of both, I am, respectfully. the Rcfoims mii-- t come and the of- presence of the Master of the Uni-v- Echols. They and their escorts came Jo. W. Rodi:i:-- . to Rockport on Tuesday night to nn fices we must bine and it we can't get se. in the death of ice cream supper. bigge-- t Fair this them one way we must another. That Lookout for the Ei.imi: Wut thi- - he modified romcwhnt by brother J. .J. Leach, we have lost a fall ever held in Ohio county. would worthy, energetic, working brother, saying theie was ael.iwho It's it to anything for anything. the community a generous neighbor, II.iitins'iUMai h.i" neiiiioity. a liegn who eats ghiss.nnils and tacks. Lcn.'iiig u- - to infer that nil the and his family an affectionate husWheeleisweie notiniavor ofnnarehy, band nnd loving tntiier. A rum. turn out of the county and but mo-- t ot them weie. A gieat many Rioi.vki), That the hcnrtfelt symprecinct committeemen is desired at of them went home saying if this pathy of the fraternity Is hereby exthe meeting Tuesday, the 3th. man is allow ed to speak all oer the tended to his bereaved wife and famas 1 county he will kill the institution. ily, and wo commend them to go to appointed John Tin: President has The venerable gentleman said he the only source of true comfort in of Indiana, Secretary of W. Fo-te- r, never went to school a day in his tljN, their great hour of affliction, State to succeed Mr. Wlaine. life, never owned a dollar's worth of That we wear the usuand never expected to, but al badge of mourning for the space Tin: Louisville Sunday Star enme piopcity out last issue m a fine new dress. he was mound educating the people. of thiity dnys.and a copy of these res man olutions be spread upon the minutes The Star is rapidly rising in popular Don't you imagine hois the light yo'n bright future before it. in the right place, if he means to of otii Lodge, nnd n copy be presented favoraud has a traclithcm fiiiaichy.Aud we have been to the bereaved family.and printed in er has been the Hartford RkplUii.icax and Hart-tor- d is in trouble again informed this R. Y. Thomas Herald. Respectfully submitted. Cential City and as usual is on the employed to eauva-- s this county to nt Wut HarW. G. Duncan, ") wrong side. Wob has surely outlived make the-- e harangue-- . Com. D. F. TitAcv, bis usefulness if he ever had any, rison and Reid nic the banner we ) J. P. Tuvlor, love to see this year on tho tices, and doubtjul. which is veiy Herald plense copy. you may expect to see a gooil repoit faro from old Grayson in November. Asros Bnuioiv a HARDINSBURG. Maj. mer, living near Evnnsville, wns bit- Juno 28. Miss Mary E. Bowmer, necessiand died a ten by a who has been attending the conservaABBIEVILLE. horrible death a lew hours later. tory of imi.ic nt Cincinnati, returned June '27. We have.jiist returned Two other persons bitten will probahome, Saturday, June 18. . from a most pleasant trip to Pleasant bly recover. Mr. , a Japauese stuwe had gone to be presRidge, where 9, dent nt Vumlerbilt University, Du.n'h weekly leview of trade shows ent nt the closing cxeici-e- s of Prof. S, C, TAYLOR, S, 0. at the M. E. Church, South, ReI. S. Mason's Select School, and are improvement at many points. June '22d, on the manners nnd cusports from the South, however, arc now on our way to Paducah to attend toms nnd religion of his native laud. no less hopefull. Growing crops aie the State Teaeheis Association, which Statement of the Condition Taylor Atwood and Kate Scott, a in splendid condition and the wheat convents thero the 28,'JD, and JJOlh, colored woman, were brought into Ol" THE of this month. yield promUes to lioenoinious. 2.'J, and fined Court Juno ofthe cxei-ci-- es tho Mayor's To give a OK for using insulting language and beRi:v. Gi.oiuii: Diinnis a MethoMason's School would of Pi of. disoiderly. dist minister at Louisville, wns struck than I can now ing (mi ire more tune Hnrrli Al llio Close ol Iliinlumx, Horace Allen, of Utnh Territoiy, ami command, but suflico it tif-awe by a moving train hist Thursday 10, IHli.8, nml Mitimltleil to the is .1 came to this town June 24. Ho .Stockliolilf r' horribly mangled. It will bo remem- never witnes-e- d greater evidence of MiirclilU, INUit. deceased. i.:. ... . bered that he preached in this county thoiough and enthusiastic woik than son of Alfred Allen, A negio man came into town re..1 Fcvcrnl years u'jo and his acquaintdone dining the five mouth has been cently who claimed that he could eat RESOURCES. ance? will learn with icgrct ol the dis- of this School, than the-- e exercises ghis, naiN, tacks, etc. No one be- Hills discounted. . . . .8.")9,!W9.82 tressing accident. evinced. Tho Gold Ring olfeicd to A purso was mndo up, Real estate lieved it. 3,000.00 tho lady delivering the best oration at wa- awarded to M- i- Ella W Crowe, however, and ho was tested. Ho un- Furnituie and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Tin: State Teachers 1,341.07 Paducah wns the most successful meet- Newville, and Iho History nfl'eicd to doubtedly did swallow down glas aft- Bonds 743.54 Debts in suit ".'... ing in the history of the oiganiation. tho gentleman fur the be-- t oration er he had chewed it well.togethcrwith Expenses paid .'!G.'i.f9 tacks, W. II. W.irtholomew, Louisville, wns was awarded to Mr. A. W. Taylor, nails nml Cash in safe. .,, .it,. . . . ),r2!).!J7 Tho County Judgo ought to pro- Cash iii other banks.. ; 3tf, 0(52.32 Mellcnry Rhoads, of Waller. elected While th'se orations tect the Court House square. It is a R. II. Frankfort, Vico excellent in sentiment and weie most 8110,037.01 Louisville, Secretary, and T. delivciy, several others were luudly beautiful place, and nn ornament tr. LIABILITIES. ' in grass and the town;' being well set . C. Fiogge, Hopkinsville, Treasurer. I... C..I.....I ..III..,.,... , . , , t ll'll IIMI- -. 'I'l.n .Lrt IIIUI !...!.... j I 1IU JlllMM III WlVill . mup.u Capital stock..: ....830,000.00 Owing to a rush of work in tho Su- again thi- - fall with brighter p.ospects, ' l'awg nm m goo., soup 75,053.03 Lust year the grass Deposits atbo conducted by Plots. Mas- - frees around it. and will perintendent'? office wo could not 40.37 Due other Bunks I( '"'80 'I'" ".' ?' tend, but we are glnd to stuto that on and Crow, both highly ulucatcd, 4.00 there will Dividcuduiipuid It wscnia 4,440.49 three of Ohio county's1 energetic mbued withucul lor.11.-- tl.ostanda.d "' a lepclilion of tho fact this year, Fiolit ami loss.'. teachers weio piesent: Mrs. Julia ot tho schools of Kentucky. Mr. C. Loafcis should be made to keep oil ' 8110,037.91 Wedding, Misses Lucy Towiisond ami M f'mu- Inn int iciiiriicil f 10111 D.m- - the eiass. a. K. Cox, Pkesidknt. Tho Misses Adkisson eutcrltiijcil villo. Ind., where he has been attend-Muggie Williams. 11 I doll-cious to-d- ay ing one of the best schools in tho country. His address delivered nl the exercises Thursdny lnght on Success and Failure was a mnsterpicco and evinces a wide range of thought and speculation. Miss Minnie Ashby is visiting the family of her brother, A. M. Ashby, White Plains. Elmer Williams has been employed to teach the Wuford school this winter. Miss Ella Crow will tench the school at Red Hill. Misses Omn and LidaCnrson, Messrs Sherman Condict, Herman 1'irtlc and Talley Carson, Abbioville, ntteud-ethe exercises nt Pleasant Ridge, Satuiday night. Mioses Lattio Pir-t- lc and Tcsio Tichenor, nml Messrs. Wiice Heflin nnd Elmer Williams, went Friday night. Miss Florcnco Rowan visited her auut, Mrs. Hattia Field, Wuford, this d quite ll mimltef of their Irlfuds lit their homo till Friday evening Juho 24. The party was givcu id honor of Miss Emma Mocloy.. Ueflesli menta were served 'and nil spent ll L. Shepherd. Piesidiug . Elder of tho. M. E. Church District Conference, was 111 town June '24th, en route to Faiivii w, Conference was held Saiuiday and number of our Quito Sunday. people were there. W. F. Ileal d, delegate to the Democratic Cnueniiou at Chicago, returned Saturday, June '23. J. II. Leimiii, editor of the Republic of this place, in speaking of the speech of McMilliu nt this place, says: "it tue mow gcuiioimiu is a good efl'ectivo preacher, ho had better leturn to the sacred calling, for ho certainly is a failure in the political arena." Lciiuiu is running tho Republic as the organ of the People's Party in this county. A year or so ngo he was running tho paper in the interest of the Republican party. Ho was supposod to bo doing so, at least, although if he ever accomplished any good for that party we don't know what it wn. At that time, howovcr, ho was what wo would term n"bloody shirt" Republican. Of late, however, things lnivo changed and editor Len He is now in bus also changed. ono of tho most blatant Third Parly As editor of men that we know of. , ftieau ,mper lie nrovc,i n g!j,. n J q ft T,iri, mKr jm, fa,Iiiro, u lf hoh n,80 imkIg ft b.u, out tj,e jcv gentlcmen is a good etlec- Uvo prenchert he fmd uetler return , j,. for ,(e wrXaaly Q Uje BacrC), .g a fnilurc Jn the wVllkai uronn Rev. E. wlu'ri-Quaitcrl11 SUMMER I PRICES ., plenant evening. AT-- ( KAHNS Encouraged by having' had the Largest Spring and Summer Business we have ever had, w.e have determined to give our patrons the unprecedented values in the newest and latest productions, not when the season is past, but a J (j W- - on'v very few of which is mentioned here. Come and see the others. WHITE GOODS oc a yard. LIGHT DRESS AT ( GOODS OST. BLACK 7c ji LAWN IB :r."b:r o cLe r 37 i yard. PRINT from oc to 15c a yard. CALICOES, BEST 5c a vard. Xjl dia 2sL ul 1 1 -- 10c a yard ..gn'rey.wft-r,re.:ritrnziss::g Champion Mowers Reapers tho and best in the market. For sale by Taylor Co,, Beaver Dam, Ky. ALL oui SUMMER CLOTHING .For Men, Hoys and Children have to be sold, and go at your own price. yVtTTfiiMj JJl.vallr,f. ;::zm. , Give us a call. Look over our stock. See the sacrifices we offer vou, and get the best goods for the least money. -- HARTFORD TRADE PALACE. I. V cr llikxtiu', Pit t. &ri,iTi,-tJa-iJJJ'J.- , Jj. . II. IHuku, (.otlktt r Di-tri- ct new.-pape- lc -- ed -- DEPOS T BAN At tho CI OHO April 23, 1802. ni:souucEs. Notes and BillHeal Estate - Z 550,268.01 3,000.00 . 1.500.00 5!)L.!I7 28,(54(5.01 .& , h.ie!A -- Livery TrTJcJTa taW. . BbdiiiES, VEHICLES, CARTS. I Of BUS1UOS8 ci i), te-o- Tax Notice! Furniture Expense-Paid nnd Fixture-- . Your taxes for year have Cash on Hand mid in other Bunks 1892 are now due and unpaid and 884,027.50 LIABILITIES. 825,000.00 Capital Stoek 8(52.31 He'erv6 2.250.00 Surplus Interest nnd Exchange . . . 1, 1(50.40 , ,. 54,154.55 Deposit Account 300.33 Due other Banks 884,027.50 Dealer in Horses, Begit-s-, Carriages, Uo.ul Curts, Owunsboro Wgqif, Iu submitting tins we beg to state that our busiiic-- has Mcudily grown ;5jSuddo or Harness Horses fortiilo or hire at all tlmes.-- H each mouth since our opening, and bv the most careful, watchfulness anil a strict observance ofthe principles of the most conservative Banking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaint-mic- e, but to prove ourseUes worthy the confidence that is being so liberals spell-bind- well-to-d- lee-tme- d and meet the settlements with State and county will tate promptness on your part, 1892. This June C been delayed in the collection for more than 60 days by the Legislature, I will to call on expect me or my deputies and settle at once. The short time that I will have to collect ly reposed in us. -- We nre here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy shall he extended to them, but in no cnc shall safety be sacrificed for friendship or to obtain John H.Bahni, Cashier. bus-ines- CSDOES THE FINEST AND CIIEAPESI- - BLACKSMITHING. a specialty, A large stock of host modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Horso-shoein- W. T. MoKENN V, g m DENTISTS DAM, KYBEAVER be in his oilice from the Will the 15th of each month. first Of- 1 11 I T fice over Bank. All work guaran- teed. Prices reasonable. J. Beaver Dam, Ky. T). WILLIAMS. . New Buggies. Aflerlookin theBiiQgy Mar-ket- s over we have purchased a New Line of Buggies and Spring Wagon? which we confidently reccommend for their STYLE and DURABILITY, as well as cheapness. Call and see them. ... -;. Our Qeni's Phaeton, ur N0'..6'' . , j - ROOMY. ,& . . I're-jdcnt- ..... Pre-idcu- t; Hocker BROWN'S hMtrdilnrtir'MiiiUi "vi ii & Co. ... 70V BITTERS ELEGANT. - Mali-rlCuri Imllievttloii, HIlloimn'Mi, liynrt-T'Nervnuiicx, nn i iiiTfll Ivblliijr. I'lijtl-clan- s Uenultio ricomiHiinl It. Atnl. il' t Ul ll. "t ii;i ii.ii wrajrer- VCtiJ4C D, M. C iOf n&iY' S our full line of two d forcataloracof work. a4 1 Happy and conten. U a homo with "The Ro ckesler; a Urnp with Iho lichtof lh mornlnf. UtocuM.wrlte Rocheir Lamp Co.,NcwYork. Scchlcr Carriage Co., Moline. Ill, iia Tho remains of Mrs.Qrant Bycrs, who formerly lived nbovo town, wero .,r -.- - r- - .- . , - - iraiflmir Btt 33FAIR BROS. & CO. I PERSONAL. Mrs. Jeeso BEAVER DAM. Tho barbacuo passed off very pleasantly with a dancoat the Masonic Hall that night. L. L. Stewart, of Echo's, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Mitchell Baldwin, of near Horton, visited in town Saturday and Sunday. Miss Florence Dehaven, ono of Horton 'a charming young ladies, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Austin. Miss Maggie Stevens, of near Hor-ten- , visited her aunt, Mrs. S. P. Taylor, Saturday. Gum Daniel, wife and daughter made a lucky escape from what might have been a sad affair on last Saturday evening; they wero iu n wagon and one ot the horses became very much frightened and they ran against a stump throwing Mr. Daniel out of the wagon, but leaving his wife and daughter in the wagon; they succeeded in climbing out of the back part of the wagon and escaped uninjured. The horses continued to ruu until the tongue of the wagon struck a tree, completely demolishing the tongue and other parts of the wagon, also turning tho horses a somersault The runaway did not hurt or two. anyone, but such a sudden stopping jarred the horses up considerbly. John Kuykendall, boss of the bal last crew, who has been working here for several months, was seriously if not fatally hurt last night by the West bound train No. 7, He was near Gofl's Crossing, was riding on a velocipede and he allowed tho train to strike him breaking bis right thigh in two places and otherwise badly bruising him. He was picked up by the train men and brought to his family at this place, O. P. Brunton and family, returned from Select this evening, where they had been to attend the burial of Mrs. Brunton's father, Mr. Stewart. who died very suddenly yesterday morning. P. E. Hooker's youngest child is very sick at this writing. C. liilllMliiiiitiiiiiiliiiiiiiMtiiiitiiiiitriHiiiiiiiti-'i- j brought up from Owensboro Sunday and interred in tho Milton Taylor graveyard. Potter is ill, Mrs. C. L. Field is quite ill. J. Lou Hill, our former esteemed townsman, now of Frankfort, suffered a stroke of paralysis some time ago, by which he has lost, and it is feared permanently, the ueo of his lower limbs. The Reunion nt Cromwell next Monday will be a grand affair. The committee authorizes us to announce that they will have provisions and accommodations on the ground for six or seven thousand people. J B i Col. W. H. Moore is at homo. Mrs. J. H. James is quite sick. John B. Foster, Boda, called on ua Monday. Miss Ada Baird went to I.oitchfiold Monday. Mis Berta Morton is visiting friends at Preutis. John J. MoIIonry want to Louisville, Monday. T. L. Griffin returned from Owens, boro Tuesday. r' IS SR JAY-EYE-S- EE jar ett&r nj'i "Ai'.irlrjlhif rvcry knuun rct.icilv, rciiic.dl u li.ii.n lluiiclj ! of tun yeiirs MmikIIiii;, Horn u juir uld lllly, Z Willi three applications of ; 1 .1 Ca, (llli'ko-- i of Jay.lljofii'c) Itaclim, t Mil. .1. ISM lroo l'nrin. Iiomo f. QUINN'S 11 fT'WEUT,, f I tho bent preparation I linve e er tueel or licnrd of. I heartily recommend It to ull Horsemen." 'chaie humlrcili cj such tcttimonlal. It. Ak rrlco.Sl.SOperl ,in1u A.k your lrui;xlt forirlul Tf ho bottle. Sic. bum im or ullwr.ror buz. Uol hot krep It, M DinK.A w. It. i:i)I)V & CO.. Whitehall. N. Y. ttlll 11(1111 IMUimtlllllllllllMMMIllllll ; Tvn X DIMINISH 10 In other words U 8 we propose to Our stock and we intend to LESSEN The size of it, even if we have to SELL OUT At reduced few weeks. prices for the next Our semi-annu- al REDUCTION SALE Is now in full blast. 3 Call for bargains at I HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION FAIR !S. & C0 Props- -, ' Furniture ! Finks!! If you at Carson need n nice black lawn, buy iV Co'. potatoes--late Yf.4ttJiflCflBa' For extra seed Irish go to Willintns Bros. tf Jc Bcuutihil line of Mulls nt ynrd ot Fair Bros. & Co. per Dressers, or anything in the Hr Tl",lf"-t'lS- VHHHE&'B k 810.00 all wool suits go nt $G,.rQ this week nt Fair Bos. ft Co, ChildtenV suits 4 to 13 years old for 81.00 at Fair Bros. A Co. CliutG. Ford's Theatrical Troupe will be hero during the Fuir week. For Ward-Robe- s Buy Clothing nt Fair Bros. ft Co. They sell honest goods at low figures. under the superW. H. Muu-- y, vision of the Trustees, is repairing the College. Suits.Rock-er- s General Line, see Furniture The only place to buy Clothing is Fair Bros. & Co. They know bow to please the people. Anderson's Bazaar is the cheapest and best placo in town to trade; they keep only first class goods, CosebicrA T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. ""isT-M- l TRiiaa UVK Buitiu cau fill n few more orders for the 4th of Call early and avoid the ruel. July. " Tryapair of Anderson's M. TRAINS 6, Mall and T, "Wear-forever- nEAYKU DAM. QOINO WEST. pmr. m. Kid Oxlords, only 81.00 per Sahara Me. As tho Hut season is drawing to a (101 NO EA81. TRAINS closo you can get n Lnrgaiu by call- - Mir. u. K. I, Mall and EiireM Saua A Me. S.J a. h ingon us. . I, UmlUdEipr.i Wo will receive a new supply of FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1892. Come and sco what goods today. " Cakson A Co. we get. Trade at tbo D.itaar. Our wonderful $1.!'J Shoe still The Reunion at Cromwell next holds the lead. We guarantee every Monday. SahaAMk. pair sold. Fresh lead and oil at Williams, Veil If you will attend tho Raocs, Raso ft Coi. Jtall and Speaking next Monday and I'be triable Clothing House is Fair go away dissatisfied you will bo hard Brat. ft Co. to please. Boyi straw bats only 5c, ot the Mrs. Kitty Taylor is just having Bazaar, completed an elegant addition to her Suits to please everybody at Fair property now occupied by Dr. AlexBros.' ft Co. ander on Mulberry Street. The program for the Institute will The great reduction sale to diminbe out next week. ish his stock and lessen the size of it, lee at Williams Bros., at any hour, will begiu nt Knhu's Trade Pulnco tf. or in any quantity. on June 30. Call for bargains, Williams, Bell ft Co., are the As the warm weather is likely to Itaders in drugs. continue for sometime, you had bet- V. Llmt4 Eiproi Exr"" I2, r' " .'. HsWr. J dress and keep coo!. When you want on easy shave or a nicest line in town. pice hair-out- , call on Cain. Mr. Henry B. Taylor, a former citizen of our town, but now a popuAll of Fair Bro. ft Co. millinery lar business man of Louisville, will bo go at 50c on the dollnr. married Tuesday evening to Mis Wire Screen Doors and Wire Cloth Mildred Matlack, a charming young for sale cheap at Williams Bros, tf lady of the same city. We, with Mr. Taylor's Ohio county friends, join in Best place to buy Dry Goods in the wish that ho ami his beautiful Ohio county Is at Fair Bios. & Co. bride may live lives crowned with We have just added to our stock a the sweetest happiness and most Cahson&Co. abundant success, nice line of pants. Remember that Cain is the best barber In Hartford. ter come and get n uico tliiu Mull We have the Sara A Mi: John Lindley, Livarmore, was in K, C. Reitz, formerly a member of town Tuesday. -- :o:the firm ot John A. Reitz A Ron, A. F. Stanley, Rochester, was in Evansville, and who was very popular town this week. nnd This Hotel bus recently been It is among his acquaintances in Ohio Prof. C. M. Crow, Newville, called second to none. The table is furnished with the best the market county, was drowned while descend- on us Tuesday. affords. ing Green River, Colorado, two weeks J. L. Barnard, Charleston, Mo., was Special care will be taken to accommodate the public during ago. in town Monday. Circuit Court. All candidates urc invited to make headquarters Miss Sara Collins, who has been Kstis Taylor, Beaver Dam, brought quite ill, is better. here. Coiuo one nnd all and try us. We are reasonable in our his fine horse, Hiuigar, over Saturday and pluced him with Sam John-b- o Ed Moore spent two days this week chnrges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't The horse at Sulphur Springs. n, our expert trainer. forget tho place, corner Market and Union Streets. Warron Roark. Centortown. was already has fair speed as a trotter and Special arrangements will be niado to accommodate the will no doubt in a year or so be one in town, Tuesday. people at the Fair. of the fastest in this part of the State. W. G. Duncan, McIIenry,went to Louisville Monday. Married, at Shiukle Chapel Church Coleman returned Miss Sallye last Wednesday evening, Mr. Albert from Owensboro Tuesday. Chiun to Miss Aduliue Baird, by Rev. Miss Sue Yeiser returned WednesJ. A. Bennett. Mr. Clunu is a dePleasant Ridge. while day from serving, energetic young man, V. G. Duncan and wife Mc Henry, his bride is an accomplished young were in the oity Saturday. lady. We, with their many friends, Alex Barnett, of the Republican, join in wishing them a long,successful is on the sick list this weak. and happy life, AT THE- J. E. Mangan and Pierce Bell, Tho Rki'Uiimcan is not much given Butord, were in town yesterday. to boasting, but it wishes to call atMisses Maggie and Ella Duncan tention t: the Fair Program turned made Hartford a flying visit, Tuesday. out by the office this week. . It is, but Judge Walker and J. Edwin Rowe fair to say, that it is a neat job of returned from Calhoon Wednesday. work, and that our foreman, Mr. S. Miss Lizzie Moore will return SunA. Anderson, is an excellent young day from her visit toSulpher Springs. printer. If you wish job work neatly A. McCrocklin and P. Casebitr ' aud quickly done, bring it to the Rr have returned from an extended trip. I'UIIMRAK. Mi fima Tanner, of above town, is Last Tuesday week Mr. G. 8. Nes-bit- t visting relatives and friends at Bed. and Miss Katie King, ofTalla Miss Maggie Johnson, Fordsville, poosa, Gu., were married at the passes tho teachers examination toBEDA. day. home of the bride's father, W.T.King. Farmers are very busy with their Miss Kate is deservedly popular in her harvest. Misses Electra and Editlr B. CarMiss Golda Moseley, Hartford, was Georgia home, as she was with us, son visited Jo. and I. Foster this and her many friends are pleased to week. the guest of Dr. Cox's family last Miss Annie Allon, Rosine, is an week. know of the happy union she has Misses Florence White and Lena made with one of Tallapoosa's beat applicant in the teachers examination & Ky. Carsou are the guests of Miss Tula young men. Mrs. E. P. Thomas raturned Bennett this week. The barbacue at Beaver Dam last evening from Owensboro and Quite a crowd from Beda attended Saturday was not largely attended, Masonville. the closing exercises of Prof. I.S.Mabut the evening was pleasantly spent SacraFrench Vickers and-wifson's school at Pleasant Ridge last by the jolly crowd. The funniest thing mento, are the guests of Heber MatBETTER KNOWN AS THE Saturday night. family. of the day was the throwing at the thew's Dr. Cox made a flying trip to dolls by some of Beaver Dam's and Mrs. W. H. Burton and little Owensboro last Thursday, returning Rosine's fuir damsels. Eveiything daughter, Lillie, made a visit to Saturday. Tuesday. Newly Famished. Z- Rates $1-0- 0 but the dolls was in danger, but there per day. Meals 25c Mr. S. A, Bennett, who has been little daugh-tr- , was no damage done, other than the Mrs. Henry Aull and East side Frederica, between Main nnd the River, Owensboro, Ky. Marline, Auburn, are -- isiting sick for some tune, we are glad to say, loss of a few balls. The hop at tho MRS- - CirAS.liOBT,MJ!S. G. E. WILLWGHAM,rrops. is ablo to be out again. Mrs. Jennie Mosley. Masonic Hall at night was a success Charlie Godshaw, who has been in. Isabella Hamilton, Beaver Mrs. and largely attended. D am, is visiting tho fami- l- of her son, Owensboro for some time, returned home last Tuesday. Mr. C. H. Hamilton. Trfnl. lhv putltr from the U etlwtw of Iho LnfiriniK. Lime Rick. Kidntv And rfiseuHt . ItheiinntWm. InliV4ion. IHih'Im1u. uiiv kind ot or other Married, at Shinkle Chapel church and James C. Rev. C. Roberta Klcctricity Mill emu you and keep) on in lit nit h. Hcadriclio reliTd I? fuses, wm-Mon- Miller, Deanefield, ware hi tho city ou the 29th, inst., Mr. Albert Chinu judd's dr. Also Wednesday and Thneiday. to Miss Addie Baird. We wish them nml Ilox Jlilt.rlr., Tru SI. tn. ill', unit 8I, If utl.fli.l. A JMt mid Coitliotlilnt; !o try Iliein. t'nn Ix rrKiiUtnl to run, ami BtinraiititM to lal Inr mitticient Eln Indljr to sin k. l'uo Medical ailtici'. Write, to day, IIMtcrj combined, ami proiluc-o0. C. Roll, wife and family, of a long and prosperous life. (iitonnlst nieaurp, iiriepnr.d lull Mtk'Ulnr, Miss Oma Tanner, of above town, Agent Wnntrd. McIIenry, were in town yesterday, Adilrcnx nit. JtlllD. lielrolt. Mich. the guest ot Mr. F. L. Felix. is the guest of Mrs. John Shown this Clint G. Ford. Dr. W. Alexander, Prof. J. W. week. Tho Memphis Ledger has the fol(Irndii. I TlioroiiRli, Practical Intmctlon. Lytle and Hon. M. L. Heavnn left Miss Olive Carson, Hartford, is the 'CaUldgue lateanatlMed to iwillloiu. lowing to say about tbo Dramatic yesterday morning for Owensboro. guest of her cousin, Carrie Carsou, Company that will play at tho Court Emit I St!.tlo. Susiness College. Miss Lizzie Barnes, a former 11 this week. I nillQUII F. KV. House during the Fair this fall: of Hartford College, has Uken a Misses Aunio and Mary WoodBeaver "That rising young comedian Clint position with Taylor A Co., ward are the guests of Mis. Louis G. Ford who has made bis play, 'An Dam. m nitrcB 3'C :j.iajjMW.w. iiila BiB m- - n .c;r s3TrAmorican Hero,' famous all over this Thomas and little step- Tumor, Newville, this week. Mrs. D. E. r Dark Eyes. country, is in the city en route to De- daughter, Miss Katie, leave Monday for Meriden, N. J for a two months troit, wliero he will rest for the sumthing? Aio you aware that it of ten fastens on tho 2 Railroad. mer, enjoy the lake breezes aud come visit. lungs and fur too of ten runs into Consumption and 2 The N. N. A M. V. Railroad will ward and wife went ends in Death? Peojilo Buffering front Abthiua.S Mr. W.T. Hay again in the fall. In 'An American visit sell Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all ds Round Trip Tickets to Elizabethtown Monday, for a Hero bis impersonation has won goldtell you that father, Prof. W. B. Hay-war- d. between all statinus for the 4th of Juto his en opinions from every one. Mr. '. (ilTQTlDTCnUITU 1 !.' II ly, Tickets are sold July 2d, 3d and wifii.i-.-- f miimww-11- 1 Ford has many friends in Memphis left 4th, aud good returning until July Can you afford to neglect itt Can you trinoH D. J. Coleman, wife and babe and tho South who love him for his Kentucky last 7th. J with bo serious a matter ? Arc you aware that The N. N. A M. V. is ono of kindly qualities and applaud him for for their old home in Inde. his genius. Mr. Ford is a guest ot Tuesday. -- Heurietta (Texas) tho great roads ot the country aud pendent the Peabody Hotel." for Coughs, Colds and Consumption fs beyond question tho greatest of all ' worthy the large patronago it reModern Remedies i It will stop a Cough in ono night. It will check a Cold in ChaUs L. Wedding, a popJudge ceives, Take this excursion, save a day. It will pre rent Croup, relieve Acthma and euro Consumption if takeuF and astute politician, of ular lawyer You can't afford to bo without it." A 25 cent liottlo mar snvn yon in time, Ask your druggUt for it, "t- V ,r f Kvansvillo, is visiting bis old Ohio money and have a jolly time with 1100 in Doctor's bills may savo your lifo your friends. to W. II. HOOKEH & Co., 4 West DraUway, Now York, tor Ixxik. county friahda, . :, a a .aia a -- .. n :b cat-r- c sa sia.a Lam Mellenry, Sr. and Lem It is probable that a number of genJr. left Monday for Colorado, Godfrey McHenrv, who is uine Astrakhan- sheep, the finest specito visit mens living, will be exhibited at the spending the summer in the MountWorld's Fair. A dozen of them have ains. ENProf J. D. Coleman came down recently arrived in this Country from Monday from Frankfort whero ho Persia, having been purchased there in the haa been teaching by United States Minister Bealc for many friends are glad Secretary Rusk of the Department of well. to see him looking so Agriculture, who intends to try the Rev. E. R. Bennett, Leitchfield, experiment of raising the species in who visited friends and relatives in the this oountry. They are to be taken to Beda neighborhood, left Tuesday for where Iw will engage in Southern California, aud if they prosLouisville per will be taken to the Fair next a protracted meeting. L. Field's summer. Will Taylor, one of C. DODS 1 op- popular driveraiand an all around A-- X oX VsrJCrtoJ . Monday to Louis. July Rates. Fourth of ijji&pp- SL2--good fellow, goes . fcND FOR fATAIOfiUF'VJ T The Louisville, St. Louis and Texvilla to attend the wedding of his Tuesday ovening. brother M. as and Louisville, Hardinsburg and gyjgUMITED. Prof. McHenrv Rboads attended Western Railway Company will sell Aflce.,,MENTlON the Bute TeaciWs Association at tickets between all stations at one fare -- w lr Xt Llilit UtaAJ 'ilii'l" I HIS TAPER tins wMik and in returning for rouud trip, commencing July 2 Notioo ot Dissolution. stopped off at his old home yesterday and continuing until July 4, good The partnership hertofore existing morning, iaavnig-Ki- u uw. returning until July 6. This gives To Our Subscribers. between C, M, Burnett and Jo. B. Tha man- - friends of D. J. Colomttl you an opportunity and araplo time The special announcement which Rogers under the firm name Barnett and wife will ba'glad to know that Everybody appeared iu our columns toino time A Rogers, publishers of the Hartford they have recenuy ruvuni-- u irom to make your visits. since, announcing a special nrrnno-mo- nt Henrietta, Texas, and hope they will should go. H, C. Moiidue, O. P. A, Rei'uiiliuan, is dissolved, C. M. Bar. J. Komlull Co., with Dr. in Ohio county. nett having sold half interest in said decide to reintiu of Enoslmrg Falls, Vt., publishers A Call. paper to Alex Barnett. Miss Josie D.uke, who has been of "A Treatise ou the Horse and His Tbo members of the Republican teaching in Montana, is at home for C. M. Baiinett, I)iseases,"whoreby our subscribers Committee and of the vaExecutive -- o.tinn.Kliii hu bee ii verv success Jo. B, Rooers. wero enabled to obtain a copy of re-fittrethat valuable work free of charge by The partnership hertofore existing ful in her work and will return in the rious precinct Committees are fall. Hartford aan ill afford to give quested to moot in Hartford on Tuessending their address to 15. J. Kenbetween Jo. B. Rogers and Alex Barhess, but;never-thele-ss day, July 5th. Important, business dall Co. and enclosing u two-ce- nt up such talent ' nett under thefirra name Rogers A her many ttflriri friends at her stamp for, mailing same, is renewed transacted and a full turnout Bnruett, publishers of the Hartford old home are glad to know of her is to be for a liinitod poriod. Wo trust all Respectfully, desired. u Republican, is dissolved, Alex Bar- good fortune. will avail thoiusolvos of the opporWood Tinblkt, Ch'ra'n. nett having sold half inteiest in said tunity of obtaining this valuable Jo. B. RoGHits, Sec'y. first-clas- s Wanted. Travellug men. Salary work. To every lover of tho Horse paper to Jo. B. Rogers. it is indispensable, as it treats in a 160.00 and expenses per month. Jo. B. Rogers, cor- simple manner all of the diseases Address, To the Farmers Ar.Kx Barnett. which afflict the noble animal. first-cla- s Who wish to purchase W.W. Wilson, Henderson, Ky. Its phenomena! sale throughout aud fertilizer Drills and theDeer-in- g is now for corn The Commercial Hotel States and Unuadi, the United Mowing Machine and Hay-rak- e rent. It is newly papered and in good makes itstandard authority. Mention the best on market, can do no betcondition, anyone desiring to rent this paper when sending for "Treat-is- e. F. W.Ykiser, ter than call ou, may call on or apply to towM' ow- mutmr. Ky, Ha'rtford, O. J. Bean, d HARTFORD HOUSE. i:o? Proprietor. COTJs7"5D, T3iT CI1T:S mmm Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping appfes as i s wmm I to-d- ay. can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two orthrce prices for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK CO. Beaver Dam, Wed-nesd- ay Coca.ej:cia-- l ZEEotel Mc-He- nry PALMER HOUSE. the Races next day at the Fair Ground, Don't fail to attend FBffi Klci-lrl- electric belt , stu-de- ut atE ua infiififiilufflVnllu wjsv" I sis-btb: eo you bcbkh? two-thir- TTffP JjM1P DR. ACKER'S i ENGLISH REMEDY 1 - ThellarYfordTrade Palace offers to its patrons for the next 30 days with every $15.00 cash sale . Mo-Hen- ry, - A BEAUTIFUL GRAVED SILVER ORNAMENT,useful s in every household, and keeps named goods on exhibition at the store. Come io.oooC and lake this rare portunity. M. KAHN, Proprietor. madfSC v rfFdoo y. vdK MmmkdX aice5 d Tiai. WS& fPMrriir.nnnfMVl!l mmmtmim 6M J8s r .Sold. i TiVJIlll:Vj NOTICE. I have taken charge of the Commercial ed Hotel, Hartford. It with will he new furniture from garrettto cellar and .. made in all respects hotel. a The public are dially invited to give me a call. Wm. Mwj - Ivn -l wssfter. oNt Milligan. fcH Hartford Republican FMDAY, Thi soiiiotiiiius happens in the JUIiYl, 18'Jlf. wkthor seventh month, soniotimes later. The sitting position In not without thinner, oven whon ho takes it to himself; Imposed prumaturoly upon him, it tires the backbone, and may inteifero with tho jrrowth. So tho child should never bo taught to stand or to walk. That is his affairs, not ours. Plaeo him on a carpet in a healthy room or in tho open air, and let him play in freedom, roll, try to go ahead on bis hands and feet, or go backward, which ho will do inoro successfully at first; it all gradually strengthens S01110 day ho and hardens him. will manage to got upon his knees, another day to go forwanl upon them, and then to raise himself up He thus learns ai'.iinst the chair-- . to do all ho can, as fast as ho can, and no more. Hut tboy siy, he will be longer in learning to walk if ho is left to 'o on his knees or hands and feet indefinitely. What difference does it make if, exploring tho world in this way, liu becomes aeipiiintod with things, learns to estimate distance, strengthen his legs and back; prepares himself, in short, to walk better when be gets to walking? The important thing is not whether ho walks now or then, but that he learn to guide himself, to help himself, and to have confident 0 in himself. I bold, without, exaggeration, that education of this character is going on at the juiio time with training in locomotion, and that the way one learns to walk is not without moral importance. eiseiiei!: Commercial Hold, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PR0PRIT0R. Has just been lepaiicd and newly furnished. Located close to Dopot. Good incnlg'or first class lunch. CLOVERPORT. Miss Aline Murray is visitng friends in Winchester, Ky., BoWiner 13 speiut-wMiss Katie n week in Ileiulerbon, with Iter sister, Mrs. Hurk, Miss Nnnnic Murray is in Owens boro visiting her friend, Miss .Jebine, nnd will go from there to Winches- 1 June 2.). Give, KMmra H .itesaPl 1 g it a trial. ..fit nil DO YOIMVIM'T.) 31 WIUY. illi'l i1Uh km i d letter Until u nlli k II ofuiUiire ami tmnn Iroin nil uwr I'm i minti.? If n, Ju'tfend one ton pill ninl nl"uf the cli'jj mt iiiitriinoiihil nillnl tlnn.ir ill' .iiJoHiii'nttlifinriiti linA Iml foruiiii.iiiliiiiuli lnmilrctW of letters truin joiiiijr nt.fintii Ullei mill jxuilliimiiniiiitiiii'i nui-Kn- .. llio-- e 11 If then" l of llipiipKiilii-o- ; limn or wimnii ho litis nut foiiii I lil- - nr hot iiltlnlt) itilri- - IMiNiir tin j'oMt-i- i oMiuuilt). IIl'i-xjroom IJ, is nireit, III lit-- gft well . i" - r jzjt o 11 va vo llLiwnimi. ulilili Mill pir iilti. hi J.HI r satisfied tljt JTr -- 7 ter for n few weeks. It ii given to your correspondent by one who is in position to know, lint Judge John Allen Murray will he a candidate for the Circuit Judgeship against Mclicth in this Circuit and Stone. ThcMii-oni- c Order gave an excursion to Louiswlle last Sunday the object was to see the Home nnd how it was conducted. The excursion was well attended by the Masons, their wives and children. Dick Hudson, chief engineer of the L. St. L.& T. 11. 11. has moved his headquarters to this place. From now on this will be the permanent headquarters of the engineering department of the road. Will ItaniEcr, Deputy Sheriff, and n few other good Democrats, left last Sunday to attend the Dcmociatic National Convention. Sonic of our citizens wcie 011 the war path Sunday. Tom Adams, a colored man, nnd John Jackson, white, got into an altercation that terminated in Adams shooting at Jack-o- n twice without any other affect than giving him a bad scare. Se.-era-l other affairs oecured Saturday night and Sunday, none of which resulted in any one being hurt. , -- ? TOfSigHiTiPk'MIM4M FAST i LINE -- f ijsjnglsSpsT embodies lvery Desirable Imprcvement Soap I Ma- -. '''Si$& ?&&f Manv Exclusively Its Own. c WHEN YOU G3 TO ('AI.I.ON OWEiiSBORO I C.Theo.Cain, CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY LEGANTLY hnl7iXr-iiicV- nc OR St QURIGENT W."NTEniN !N.K.!TAiR"tCo. or. Isltje Best LaundrySoap irjtlje World a.ud Jiisc l in aJI m Wiilii andclenini' JitJL ONLvgy J"' - rn&f6UvfoinM. At , f - 3L iifis CER EP IT. -- 1 OPtf-HS '&mW9MK iM,&m A LIVEAOENT rvrpy "'''" AdjustaWo Extension Stand. TO ALL. PRICE For the finest and MoU AitUlic Work, any tize or ttylt. FfuUriea St., btluxtn tirn'M 3rtf mid 4th. mm THIRD ALIKE. JOHN JJOJWrOMME, Trolileul l'ltl'irs unit 4'itiltliiiirrlr-- , Owortsboo, Ky. Piomptbj a '.illy !)i:i.t:it iv 1'iexican Mustang Liniment. f".urc iov .. SPECIAL Given ATTENTION Public. Orderj From Stage .4 lepdal to. lliclitnl Man mil, to the Traveling i're. 'V.t'iri"i,VIo.I'n- Ionjj-tcste- the Ailments oi' Man and Beast. 0 WENSBOR SULPHUR SPRINGS. Wheat harvest is about over and we have a fair crop of plump grains. Corn ie looking tine on the up land, but rather badly in the lowlands oats look exceeding well, grass is c., nutMrs. Nancy Petty, wife of J. W. Petty, tlied on Tuesday the 21st, inst., of that fell destroyer, consumption. Her rcmaincs were lntcired in thcMt. Vernon Cemetery in the presence of a large number of sorrowing friends She leave a on the following day. husband and two son's both grown to manhood, who have our condolence term is Our school for the to be under the management of Prof. I). II. Godsey. Prof. Henry Leach, who taught for Us last tcim, iu and many of his former students this week, but he was not in request of a school as might be inferred. He and.McPortcr . will have charge of the Mcllenry school this coming term. Come and ou will visit us iimiiii Mr. Leach. always be welcome among your old students. Wm. Westcrfield, who has been for the hist 100 day- - in Prof. school, at Plea-aItidge, will He will be at home in a few days. perhaps teach at Magan theon-aiinterm. Mi-- s Heitlu Felte will teach at en-uiI nt g fUTIOMl '8IIIK U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. Male and Female Braius. There can be no doubt that in the matter of weight there is a marked difference between the male and female brains. The difference coi responds to a difference in sic. The female brain in human creatures is smaller than that of the male, nnd it is also lighter. The diffeiencc in weight, according to the London The aver Hospital, is nge man'ti biain is between four and five ounces heavier than the average , it is Miid, is woman's. The that the woman is smaller than the man in sie and weight. That ac counts partly for the difference, but not entirely. It is shown by many and careful observations that if women wcicnstall as men, and as heavy, the averago weight of their brains would Mill be smaller than that of men by more than an ounce. The diminished sie and weight of the brain paid to be a fundamental sexuel distinction in the human species. It is not peculiar to civilized men and wo among man, but is found imiver.-.ill- y Nivages, wherever sufficient has been made. The diffeiencc in weight did not exhaust the catalogue of liveiitie. There in said to be also a difference of balance between the vaiious p.ut-o- f The occipthe compared brain-ital lobe, which presides chiefly over the physical function of the 01 nanism, are declared to be more voluminous in the female than in the male, a physiological fact which U contrary A thiid stiiking to common belief. divetsity is th.it the white matter of brain, which has no thought function, is almost identical in weight in the two sexes, the specific gavity of the gray or thought matter i decidedly higher in the male than in the female. It appears to be n uction.tli!c that in purely intellectual endowment the man N stipoiior to woman. On the other hand, in the equally noble emotional capacity the woman is supe. rior to man. If these be the fact--- as they certainly appear to be, it is well that both of the sexes should iccog-ni.and make the best they can of them. rein-on1 . , e H3 in yggqljv 11 y- - r- J- -- -, f 'Merchants a Speci-iallInterest paid ' I Accoun.s of Farmo (i t r y ers and 11 y. $ 27S,ObO. LAWSONRENO. Cashier Sooarity. For Deposits XjitmfmA Ve TVwk SUiut, Maul !nnl. IU 8Unl. ' Rt&nd, Ulble SUml llowrMaii.I mImi IrnK Mlmm iiin-- . iitnor, uornry, uimt. iicumtr an-- l t lif, Wr M wiJ an l MeL lUrU win), rubbr--l nnfctu hrijht M lupht. . ' pain reliever. Its: use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one icqtiiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. d This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of well-know- n blturv Mail ti. II M UiD jttu 8t Ikwtou, Umm, Mustang 'Linimiint. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. AlSn kl'CIlS Jl on tllSt- - tunc deposits So- licits voirr business tu Dnnirlna Halnu &KM class . I Livery and ' recti am me, wm;re you can have your 1 .1 C J I IT IS A Dt TVfon otrcToariplf nn.l fnm to sn biKt Tnlue for your nittnrr I Ifonoiuizf- - ilio ytiurfnoinpar by iturrhnnlnir In W. i 'KiKxx.-'-Awawrsv. l 1a I uix-aii- t n ! (lllilllllil, Horses Fed. and e Ibe best of rigs V 1 ' 3.soaK, Vt.UUfflB L3.00 1 42.50 $2.00 FOR ... n"ili' tnill I l.f-ltlll-lf limliil nlnl III! tu fur tlOlil I! tin lllll.l-I- II nl IlllllOlit Tiit-1I1 17. K 'n inn .iIki . lain niiiii tllli-ul ti in III II tllllll I, tllntl- lllMH III III M. II illl !.((! Il .ul. III llilllllHIII In I f.tllM h liri.-iih-- i'M.M.,n- - . s fte&YAHOSSE?' MfgdEspeciallyForEXERCISIINGawdSpEEPING. Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be Tup Mricx I -i -- -t UDIES S2.00 41.75 FOR illiti ihMii nctu il ilunl- - in Miiir '.nil t Hi M I - lot HI M - ilii 11111I 111.1 - .. I- 1 . lull n HI Ii il (.. limit, urnr lull e l in- - in nii'ii) hi . it It ''() nighl. our or ilitl VO () '" .irl "5 2.00,, I,Mt'JviHV -- BOYS OltlKHl r Intuit (at n " L . 41.75 tm-J- m? Stes I figa&w PPOPFrT cmii Owe CAOT ders wilh mm i 250 bdbm. THE W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE BEST SHOE CEN-FletIE- Mr. Mills will Suniulale this fall. teach at Magrudcr. James I'lthugh In fuotwcnr ari) or OTHLIt thesamoblh ttraitc.anil represtnt a monejr alu far b)oDd bto tlmt &aioo ouU .'".fiK M Ml'llvriTI'TF. ... . " uuuKiaa, jiiucuiuu, jiukh. soia vy it. IN THE WORLDFCR THE HONEY. ' KrKENDALUS WhaleboNe stocK:;"Jqip m WX1JL1- - iv imirr "i"Ao;HTs iLiusiPATtoFREE.l ' CATALOGUE A1PTT wan. Corrt'S HOOKER & TABOlt, Io-iu- i, at Sluauder's. A fine Catholic Church is under contract to be built in 100 days by Jiunc Magan. It is located on the IIardiiihiirg road about two miles South of Hair.itts Ferry. The abiittmcnts forthe 11011 budge, at 15 metis Ferry, is ptogieingslow- Mi-- Ky STANDARD rOR.'jCSNTORV rri;i . Ilrninli-'"rillt-oTT'h- - l!ol fiii-rrritrotl, as It ii ratlin In Iti rficcti and dots net Lllkltr. ll.aJi ruuf Uluw: LOUISVILLE twcntv-fivocciit-. the WEEKLY Kendall's Spavin Cure. Diu n. 111 I COMMERCIAL l- -t, Will ho feont to any utlilro-- i (10111 Xoia Daniel will go on an exnow until Jamuty 18!l.', fur vi-- it lelatives ami iiicnds to Ciiiiinnign )rnr about the 2Sth. in Evau-vill- e at lininl; you inn-- t Keep will vi-- it her fiiend iind thu way tii do U to Lain a John-to- n THE COMMKIiCIAL-tl- iu only true at Ciomwell about the .'Id, piox. of Protection nnd cur Min. Margict Lamlium, who has renin in t lie South. been 011 an extended among us, ,SE. 'Dfor SAM PL E CO PY ii. Arkansas 111 will join her tue near inline. And cxaiiiine it caiefullv you with J5. P. Petty, liM by accident, a he bine to Address all and make all checks and l'ot ofhoisc valued at WOO a few days ago. fice oidcr-- i payable to Pi to Jlo.vo Pi'iu.ico. s tended po-tc- il, TWIN BROTHERS ri-a- DRY HOP anlUrnctlnntliatl I I liu full iulniillc.nin.i m nil I. hum hi -- ,Mlllo I.ll Illl lll.aa In llllllt l.tllm lllN. n ii tvur lni nu II loll 1 mil. I uilUuinllint nil Willi jii.Jolnt l,litmnti.iuiitl Krtiilalla l n mt lire, ll l ihu I. t I.in mriit fur mini r Ui 1 1 Iiivootli ni I. I liti iiiuifii lit tuitll linrsa (nAra.ll rrmd i Init.iwnrk'ttr iiurnTiluablf. It tullhniitMiii l.liiliui'iit wuiilill-n- i rlhlca.. I hiro fr nilI vtn in il It fur Mirnllia and llnll-i- n tun li Ii in Tl tj .i Ii . iln'Uit ttijr ncrn.J. Yuuratiul), K. U.S. WtlXS. llPlit-r If 111 j. hfmhu. I co.t Willi Ills lt III fat I linv.llipi rll nun Uock, Ark , Au;. it. Ma EE2 &s jrwa l -- YVW WB--B5- - hu-ba- YEAST THE QUICK i Kendall's Spavin Cure. Tin. f RpavlnCitroa raraktatid 1 Uliturl-'nilaron a . ezt and con.ilttel Biuiiiiutl ihv ljnu-ni-iii-i nil I rviimre I thu I nicu., hoItaie work?nil tin home irjr Jiarl r.vr tini aire. mil any lantt'iuu nelllicr can avu any different! la the tin of the Youia truly, l R COOLLY, For Cataloguo nnd Pricoa, jvTito tho Manufaoturoru, IIovto Vito, Colo , Pee. SI, H8. It. J. Krinitx Lo , I uo'biirli lull., Vt.i I tn itr.lwldi Kemlalla GenU- -l i tlm ) or Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. fciib-urib- e. let-to- rr SCT ,tinj LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., Wu'H write it down till uxor body sees it Till o on body is sick of seeing it Till everybody knows it without seeing Dr. Sago's Catarrh I'emedy cures tho worst cases of chronic catarrh in the bead, catarrh.il headache and "cold in tho head." In perfect faith, its makers, tho World's Dispensary Medical Association of Duffalo, N. Y offers to pay .'()() to any one suffering from chronic catarrh in tho head whom thoy cannot euro. Now if thu conditions wore reversedif thoy asked ou to pay f.'OO for a positivoeuro 3011 might hesi-tat- o. Hero are reputable men, with years of honorable dealing; thouti-nii- ds of dollars and a great n.imu back of them and they say -- "Wo can euro you because wo'o cured thousands of others like 011 if wo can't euro," wo will pay vu ?iil)0 for tho knowledge that t hero's 0110 whom wo can't cure. Thoy bulievo intlit!iusules, Isn't it worth a trial. Isn't any trial preferable to cataarh? hat S mIII miilSI. II 1l Til 11,1, 1 !' IHUll UI II -- llilt.ll - 'lllchi itiiui. lnit. r. lit r. I'lho in (., .mi tin S..I I ! - Louisville, Ky. RISER ron LIGHT BftEAB WATtRlOO YtASI CO a Seeing is Believing." Ami a good lamp Wl'illWS. must be simple; when it is not simple it is Ii lUiiliuaX not cood. Simple, Beautiful. Good these words mean much, but to stc " I lie will impress the truth more forciblv. All metal, tough and seamless, nnd made i.i tnrce pieces only, it is absolutely ;7r and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's wfigay of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its marvelous lisht is purer and brighter than pas licht, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. vvMUaV . MiitnrliiitliiiA llio. Courtesy to tho Editor Mail. illiillr Jmimil.l Tho Journal iiukuowludi's tlio receipt of admission tickuts to tliu hiiriii'r inuctintrof tlio Oiurlund Jock-o- y dull at Dotner. Wliilo the meet in promises to lio an intere-ti- n one, and tliu attendance largo,oiir alleged horse editor is too busy looking after ZZy. the roliiroiis interest of tho Journal Minke uork to take an and doiiijr the ovorl.md trip to Denver. If tin chili S75tU 0 ,.lli'!n'i'l.'.r u'" 10 52)0,00 has no objection, we will use the ri fi rndMliiM'iii liirni-- n liirii mi I Ki ) lluir liurijru sent us for a cluv iiiyeon at "li'li'lllni In tliu Nirn iiimiitiili irnlll ilil) i lll'l'i)il iiNo. ,fin tut nidi-- . the net shooting toiirnnment, and nil) II, I'. JOII.NSO.V A 't. .'Mil mi I Mnliii-I.- , Illi liiiiniiil, i. ;et all tho fun possible out of it. Dik'-IiiiI-m-i I li l liitiMli-iindi'llli- ". 'hi; oi.m.sr fiiorouiiipiiKit in l the llri'in lllti-- r coiinlr iiakliiK l'I liircx nl Hit- - lollmiiiii; luv iirlct-lit lor - l OutCuliliii'l riinlojfruiiliH 8'J.OO 1.30 Oiii'.linir ilo. 'Iliri-" " l.uil I ' I. DO ilii. rtiril " iln It) " 1.00 llnr ' lo Tnolllll.tlM'-- i J.T " One Anil Ihvoiil) (liillri'.i In ilivl'll) uliorr lliilj iis nro i Ii. full mill inc. III. (MINK W. MATH'S, 210 Main Ntrrpl, liu-ni'- ;r l'rlrr $t ;er holttr, nr j balllrt for $5. All (friiJ .me It or ran grt It Joij, oi It tellt liti iriit to any nil. lire on receipt ofirlct by tho proprlt OtTROir MICH i . ""'' ; . li. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enoshurgli Falls, Vermr"r WS ISTHe BEST. R: 2L kX The Pittsburgh Lamp ia oiie oi uic.re in gajkiggj vent i o ii p ' tit 1 seems to I e finished. It iCClUP to tcncli tlie end rs to gocdne.-- s Loot for TimRociiFtTrn. I f the limp dealer hain't the cnnHi Rocliotcr. nuJ the ftle yon want. icnJ tJ 1. 1 fjr our new illuitrateJ catalog c limp nl c Kill crml ou n tjimp aafclytnbv eprin our choicu cl (jvtf U.Ub) (rom the l.Jiztit varlet btutt liu h miiU. lt(CIIKTi:u LA .Til' CO., 42 Parit Plaeo, Now York Cllf. of $ "The Rocheste; TAYLORS c ' I WW H0 c" 80 ssWW mmne c. OnWrc M 'lir'i'n . l0IIM HujiniiTa i ig JL&L$wWAyffi4 t'm a r. t evtry wjiy, W vl'Jim1l& and cnte of l ;s ." in Agents Wanted! II.'A. LOZKIEU&CO,, Wholesale D.ialorc, FOU BISI'I'.PIIA rhjrilclum rt'CoinmciM It, AH ilcalcrs kiuji It. tl 00 n.r liottle. rinulae b trade murk and crossed rtd llnu on w ru'i.r. T !' lrnu'H Iron llllli'm. lark rictures In & jtoitior, V . Touching tho Baby to Walk. I'ooplo sometimes ask, at what timo can wu seat a child in a chair; when put liiiu on his legs; how old must hu bo befoio we teach him Tho answers are easy, to walk' suvs tho Popular Science Monthly. Ho must not bo made to sit until ho has spontaneously sat up in his bod and lias been ablu to hold his seat. S Ii iillli ill) In ntnl 1) iiii mil -t of uniM-viM- e n I'liinii'iii, JiiiIiii inulli iilul nnd i mini) liui'liii);, nflir nil i UN !, ol limn .'Hlu'ii Jim- -' min r iiuiiiiif ni'lmii lillnl. Ilu liiiulii iii'llln iui' rtiiiotnl. lull) i'ilniiii nl m ( In ul ii, .nlli iilllditan iiinl (in limn riniiiiii lit io Ii' iiuiliil liu', Mii-I- i. Ii. 1) lilt. A. I'O.MAI.M:, 'I'm mini, The Leading Photographer. Baruhi l'icttiior, Copied and Knlanrcil A Bl'KOLVLTY.s-r- -. WH .Main .Street. mi style and Size. ' . filling and wiping. Dirt falls out when the CLEVELAND, O. chimney is taken off, not into J) 10 Superior St. a pocket as in other central--Irauglamps. Putting in a new wick is a very easy matter indeed TABtEBAll this seems strange to fine who knows how troubleBUGKEYE some other gdod lamps are. It is in1 all the goo"d lamp-store"Send for a primer. - The only care it requitii mci.t. i. FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL ureCure MALARIAL DISORDERS. FOR SAIE BY R DOCTOR ht :ent$ PREPAREDBY Alt RICHARDSON-TAYLO- DRUGGISTS. MED. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. PILE s.' - 37i ire I. rol.cn rtmui I uni uMrwnrt or lioa'clwlj earn jtroMii'.! I ron Jiittors . rtbiilliln tliu f) Mini, nil dlxentloii.ri mo CtMuf lillt.imdiureiuialurla. tii tnuciuuluu em-it- OVJiXUIOnO, KY liillutl T- OINTMENT: "Vlit.bureb, Pa. PlTTSUUhOH IlRASsCo. Sialic Pi'r.sniis CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. i, llnnl-- , HAltllKKS. Opposite HARRIS & EMD, Suler and noar('loor)ort llntol, t'loverpoit, Ky. 8URk and"' CERTAIN CURE known for 18 year's as tho BEST REMEDY FOR .PILES. rnMndlijIlllllillUsUX.TAIlUlllllU, A 10., bT.LOUS. that NidlnB a tonic or i hlldru.ilaWo iiii, idiiniM I.ADIKS nt bulldlne Indlgci-tlon.uti- It iiuown'h ikon iuttkhh. U tu take, rure Miliaria, I rHI lilllouincii. All iKnlimkciiiU. Irl. our auUiorlied ft tliu N'uwniaiN-- r rtldn r Amiuv nf lionlllalnPMIailrlDhU Auver tltffjinL luisiw Omani streiiEtncned and enlarged, emli. Jona Itopjud, Lont nuohooU llcaturril, Tnrlcdrcle, ucuk back, low of incuory, (llzilno, rfrvotniicM, Hcnlcticis rurrl tijr tlio I'cnu lly llpuiotllrx. fl CO per tox i fix boxrafor 5lA A written iruaraiitco of euro with every tn the tlx Imxcs. K'lul namii for partli-ular- t VKNX CITY MKIlICAI. 01II.NY, 0O NorlU NeconU Hired, VblU., 1'iu W EAK AND UNDEVELOPED S