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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TSRM3 SI.25 ?.r Annum, In Adunu, w nun $1.25 per year. roit Tin: "'f i VOL. IY. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1892. lirigllt HJllillK- - NO. 49. Expo- - x Stat nvernor Directory ... THE ROSE WOULD BLUSH. All through timo tllO BUCCl, J". . IRo-Wc nro now'e'htc'riiig into another trial came off a few days ago. Indlnnnpolls ra. At Ho had stood on tho footboard for political struggle for supremacy, both the appointed hour, "n largo crowd ATTORNEY AT LAW, i I (licituicd of n pcrft'ct iliiy local and natitninl, and every man had gathered in the grove to hear the many years, and on nearly every road HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY, Tlmt wmilil ciiiiic tn Urn win lil in should feel thn't the success of tho. evidence. Over the crowd could bo in tho country ho could tell where (J. II. 8 lingo JAR. H,(lLtN, J. a. u. wrinii.Nd. grand bid Republican party depends seen many ladies, anxious to hear were located tho bad curves, the weak Tlio roso wtiultl IiIuhIi rcl tin its Bpray A.J.(lrn. K. I. Thomson Tliusky would liu bright uitli suiisliino trusties, and givo the history of nearly on hN individual Wo ,what men would do for tho protecexertion. A. AiMama Tlmt ncrer n slnidow know; should not vote with tho Republican tion of women when nn opportunity every town of importance. Ho was K Polk Johnson Tlio bin! by im nest bo sinking HARTFORD, KY. party because, we are colored men, was afforded. Mr. Roby nmdo an a library of thrilling stories nnd an In ilio joy of n dream come true. (Office, nier Andcron' llnznnr.) SXXlSCrOSVX-- . COtTlTTT if but because wc believe tlio principles excellent speech in the defense, but encyclopaedia of railroad information. Will pnuticn their pror,loitliiBlt the court. 0 A tiny like n flawless jewel Ohio nud adjolainj? cntiiitle, ami court of Appeal. which sho advnnccs to bo tho best for Mr. Felix, tho prosecuting nttnrncy, His friends and acquaintances liked to Special .mention jtitcn to Perfection's seal and sign Clreult Court content (ho lib Monday In May criminal practice and aad Nevember. ?2n22IT Tlicro'd be nothing to niiw or mourn the American people. -- .l.rl.llll. I nm not a had n bettor ohanco, nnd tho decision hear him talk. The veteran of the collection. Judge . Ceaimeawssllh's Attorney Joe No for throttle was ouo of a crowd that was Republican bccatiso Abraham Linread: "One hundred dollar fine nnd ..0 Hardick Cl.tk Taoaa.es .A.. In this perfect day of mine. ......... J I' llarrett aemtalssiontr coln set tho ncgnf free, for the free twenty-fi- ve days in prison " A third standing at the west end of the union COV1TTT CO'JJIT. station train sheds. PMiirton Days came that were full of beauty, ing orma negrOiWas altogether nn trial in n higher court wns granted. K l.lelii altera.; And nil the world wns gny, "Tho moat starlliuc experience I Hon n Holbruok HARTFORD, KY. Success to tho Rkpuiiucan. ilct of mercy, but (political necessity, Cl.rk 8UTayler Hut always something was lucking Ik.rlft Will practice " ever had in my life," he was saying, Ingcouiihea.andh'a profee slon in Ohio and adjoin. necessity is the mother of inventor --Gui;i:n Houn, I'Tomson Jailer !each month To mnkc tlio perfect day. tho court or C.nrteenrrntstli. lit Monday In "was ut Dead Man's gulch, over iicnr Attention given to collection. Appenti. hpecia tions. The civil war, which wns n In tlio sweet midsummer music oatTJaJlXaBRSX" COTTRX. Olhco north sulo public aquare. y2 7jr necessity, of Divino Providence; fresh A Preacher Among Strang- Richmond, on the Indianapolis divisThere would suddenly como a jar, Court convene, tin 3rd Monday In January, April, Jul end Octotier. A blot on the rose's brightness ion of the Panhandle." from the inexhaustible mind of tho ers. Couit of Clavtrnau K. D. OUFFV. B. D. KINGO. Something to spoil.or mar. Tho "Dead Man's gulch?" interrogated has this to say Curt trtglua the let Monday In Octolwr nnd great Creator of all good things, tho Jaanary. CriJ.ff3r Ss Hut I held to my faith nnd united a postal cleik. medium through which the negro was about the Chicago Convention: Tho crowning day of the year, 'Yes. That's what somo people "The Convention was opened with brought into recognition ns n man, Jastlce'a courts held In March, June, September Without sight or squiiil of sorrow, r (late, opposite the lumei, ., aad leeeabtr, . I II . .1 11!. ".! Will practice In all court or Ohio .ind adJoinm us a loyal of citizen, aa a soldier and prayer by a young doctor of diviuitv tun ti. viucre can ii tne ueatli trap. A nil nt last 1 thought it here W Turner, A, 4,, 4. J countiFH, 8ncl In Buprrfor Court and Court of nd nil legal i MeKlnrtlry, 4. 3, J, 3. attvndei as a patriot. It was through this me- with n wilted collar and a weak voice. In the book of rules, it is Richmond Ilrr.a. How the rose glowed in the sunshine! II WTajlorcoasUHe. tO. Untie. No. 0. over Andcrtinn-- . 1u.a.. tr. itnii,..".i,v a oaMiat. 7ly ..dium the negro became a man. He motioned the delegates to rise, but Junction, because two or three lines lUIJj tKjt T2 How tho birds snug in the tree! T. Stevens, It, III, It, 1. Keotrli, U, it, 14, 14. IK. Abraham Lincoln's pen alone did tlicy did not understand fho motion. meet there. A block signal tower is Whnt graudcur'crowned fhe motni' II. Wilson, constable. tnitis! But niny I forget Their enrly Sunday-schoo- l not do the work. trainiug located at that place, and so far aa I Eddie Miller, , I, 1, I. Chambers, , t, t, 4. What jfltiry wus in the sen! f.kOlflUI, i tho mother upon whose breast I slept, had been lost long ago in tho madden- machinery is concerned, it is made as ATTORNS? AT LAW, (J W Payne censtable. The t'ay win n wonderful poem if I detract ooo jot or tittle from the ing whirl of Democratic politics. Tho safe as possiblo, but a good many poe-p- lo Ptrry Dennett, 7, , T, 7 Bet to n tuna of gold. RTtUader. , . A, . A Would-b- o Sucrotary.have been killed there on the doubjust fame of that great man, "may young doctor looked disappointed and D Taylor constable. Mv henrt was nbriiu with n rapture ChtoWi ltilj(er. le tracks. They say that on n dark S I. Fnlkenon, 12, II, II, No words hnv'e ever told! K. E2. "VsTQd.d.l-a.g- ', A letter uns received at the White my right hand forget her cunnings" somewhat disgusted. Cl.Wnodaard, II, II, II, But ah! ns I breathed the fragrance "He hesitated, as though iu doubt night, at a point right around the (leo W Hone, constable. Houo tho other day from a very mod- if I say anything beyond what is From n rose whose timo was hrief, WMAutry.ll, !!,.. by true historians. Necessity whether the mob was worth praying curve on tho Cincinnati tracks,- - the est gentleman in Iow.i, who, having II V My.r, iu, , , a. I rcatl earth's old, old story IVmui. WI'Millerc alone witli her unrelenting power for, but concluded that they had all 'shadow of a woman stooping over tho In n sere and yellow leaf. learned that J. G. Blaine, Secretary to gain and nothing to lose, and did tracks can sometimes be seen, There (Office In Crowder Building.) Eleii E, lirford in Vitk't. of State, had quit work, desired to pushed Lincoln to the place where ho Will practice, hi profession courta of Pallet) I'oarl. was compelled to issue thoEinaiicipa-tib- u his best. The delegates watched him was a woman killed there once whilo Ohio and adjoining conullea. In all tho Notary know the nature of tho Secretary's Alao ' yiniifj a minute in some surprise. One re- pulbug her druukeu husband off tho .Public Pioclamatjou.-Thduties and what salary he received. Bsivte !).-- J J Mlt.'htll, Judj. 8 I" Taylor, marshal. Democrats did their utmost to marked that it was 'Tho darudest track, and thoy say sho comes back If the pay was good and too much Caaawsii.. S C Daniel, JuJrj J W Daniel, MT. "Li. hold tho negro in slavery, but it was speech he ever heard,' and another inthere every once in a while. But I work not demanded he wished to I.Davldson,Jud:I Jaa A IWotlinft, Grayson County Republicreisefii.it. J ATTORNEY AT LAW, quired, 'Who is he chinning foi?' A never saw hen accordance with Divine necesnot in ans in Convention. for the Vacant place. I. Ilavkins, Judge; W P Thomas, llaivr.aa.-- W marshal. Li:itciii'-ii:u- , sity. For the in mention was patent- dozen shrieked 'Louder,' and a mem"But ouo night'' said the ancient Kv.. Juno 27. It would be his first experieiico us Rssareat. Klrlls Held, judge. C Crowder, Judge; Mim.- -'i Pursuant to u call tho Rcpnb ictns n Secretary of Statc.but he wns quick ed, and the result had to be given to ber from the breezy Southwest rose to engineer, buttoning his 'jumper' closer Will practicohls profession In all tho Courta ol marshal. So there are a point of order. Perhaps tho young about his throat, "I was hauling a Ohio nn.d adjoining counties, and in the Court of met in Convention ut theCotirt Ifnuse to learn, and felt sure he could pick tho work for trial. Appeal. Special attention glren to collection. Other County OMrrm. iu Iycitchlield. many reasons that wc shouTd stand to divine's voice reached the throne of freight train to Piqua. Wo were two Tho object of tho up tho business in a few days. Office, oier W tlliams, Bell A Co'e drugstore. He .. J II Wil.on meeting uns for the purpose of nomi...... You may grace, but it fell short of tho audience. hours behind time, and hnd to lookout tho Republican party. Virtjir..... might predict, even, that he would ......C W 1'nrrnll AiMMor He sat down, nud 18,000 people ap- for a regular passcugcrond an ..Joe II K(vr nating candidates for the various of- prove to be a ekoel Surxrittendenl.. man for the search all the tho Congressional re'extra.' ....J W llraulejr ......... (H.WI fices and the transaction of other bus- job. Would cheerfully work a week cords and you will not find a single plauded him lustily." It was a cold night and tho wind was r.y iness. On motion G. V. Kong wns or two ut n nominal sum whilo learnact which tends to the elevation of a gale, aud every once in a whilo litIWLI3: the liegro rnce,that was introduced by When you're languid and dull iu the tle flurries of snow would blow around elected Temporary and Permanent ing tlio trade. third and . K.rhirllJ(utll.-aertic- e spring of tho year, Chairman of tnc Convention and us. As 1 Eaid before, we were two No information has been given out n Democrat; but on the other baud at feirlkSimdlJ in each month. 6bttli-eclioo- l K. K. When stomach and liver aro all out hours late, uiid Uer. John R. Rogers, Secretary. erj Sunday mnrninx. tn'elnrk It wa which leads to the belief that this all legislation which haa a tendency I tell you 1 was aux-iou- s of gear, ordered that the Chairman appoint gentleman will secure the position ho to ostracize nnd demoralize the race is Satur-da- ; to get home. When wo gut startnapllal l ererjr Suuda) and Sundajr. When you're stupid at morn nud fe- ed out of Richmond I mado five committeemen to draft suitable up my But if his ability is at all introduced and fostered by the Demorami at o'clock. Iter. J. 8. Coleman, Plor. crave. verish nt night, '. I. 1'bnrrh. Btrticae flr.t and fourth resolutions. H. W. Stoy.W. A. WalThe cscutheou of the mind to go iu a hurry as soon as wo at o'clock proportionate to his ambition his re- ocratic party. l aadar In each month. lace, Asa Rratchcr, Z. T. Proctor and quest U not so audacious as it might grand old State of Kentucky had And nothing gives relish nnd nothing got a plain track. I kept giving her t.rj Sunday rnarnlng. Hei. O. It. Molknal etcry M. .fhurli, right. at a.M. Miles A. Taylor were appointed com l ar.d nltht. a little steam, all tho timo thinking, Men have held high offices been indelibly, besmeared through seem. Bar .H H Hlonr. rtor. liar Demo'cralic'legislators, by the Don't try any nostrum, elixir, or pill, niittcemeu. The following resolution of course, that every thing was all OFFICE OVER RED FRONT with jw bettor, qualifications than unlirl and Alpha napllat, IkitdSuudtf m.rnliisanil nieht. HMlh-.hoo- l were presented and passage, of that infamous sepcrate "Golden Medical Discovery'' just fills right, Suddenly a red light flashed unanimously' bound and u robut atto'elack a. m. K.t. J, J.Klrmmgrail.r. Is prepared to do all kinds of the bill. is unconstitutional udobtcd: across tho track on head, and then "pull." The modest loivan seems coach law, which Dental work at reasonable prices. The surest and best of all remedios "two of three and rcvo'.utionaiy, which in itself, We, the Republicans of Gravcou lacking in the latter essential, but ho more begau bobbing county in Convention assembled, de- evidently is it man who would Jiot be ought to be a rebuke to nny colored for disorders of the liver, stomach and around. voted or even blood, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Discovclare their adheraiicc to the principle A. J. SLATON, M. D., I whistled for brakes and then reho could niau, who has ever ,n Secretary of. State unless contemplate voting a Democratic ery. of the Republican party as enunciated bo a good one. versed, and we stopped about a hunHe would take an & ticket. ' Voting with the Democratic in the platform ol the National Condred feet from tho first light. I got honest prido in his work. Formerly of Millwood, now locate at Leiteh-HelNIIIMHI'K I'OL'HII nnd Wiunptlon offers his Professional services to the peoplo vention of 1888 and reiterated in this down off tho engine to oil up, when For this reason it is really rcgreta-hi- party is to say to them though you Cure liflold h um on n u.iriintee. It emeHi-on-tlraysonanJ vljolning coualies. OITlee in crush us down with tin iron heel of aimiptlon. Sold liy Z, Wnyno (Irillln i Hro. Minneapolis Convention. just us suddenly as tho red lights apthat lie probably must receive n (the Dr. linden, property.) S3ly We reaffirm the American doc-tri- ue reply informing him that there nro oppression, wo will stand to you nnd peared they went out of sight, and iu UNION GROVE. do so. In view of these, Wc call atten- applicants ahead of him and tho test help you to of Protection. their stead wero nt least half a dozen SECRET ORDERS. June 28. Wo have observed no tion to its growth abroad. Wc main- of tho cabinet is employing ns many wo, as colored voters of Ohio county, N white lights, I sprang on tho engine, , fJ letter from this locality for rather an should bo uncompromising Republic-nil- s, tain that the prosperous condition of hands us it can use. pulled her wide open, and we went BCTWKEN Believing Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. 34, Peptrlment ol nnd should organize Republican extended period of time. our country is largely due to the wiso down that track 30 miles to nn hour. Kentucky, meetsat Uartford,Ky.,aocond Saturday as wo do, that every community LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, Revenue Legislation of the Repubiu each month at r. v. clubs throughout tho county, and on We turned tho curve " CLEAR RUN. C. M. BaaaiiT, Captain. should understand, as fur as possi. WITH lican Congress. Jas. I., Hour, Sergeant. Juno .'50. Health is' good at this election day come together in one sol- hie, the exact condition of , "Aud went into another train?" othcvciy PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, Wc favor and demand time. We were blefsed ay ejaculated the depot policeman. with it id phalanx nnd vote tho Republican er community in tho county, wo subOr. -- A.. 12. tho uso of both gold and silver ns good ruin. Crops nro looking fine. ticket through and through. FROM AND TO "Nothing of the kind. Tne track mit to the public the condition of J. WfssOosmiL Post, No. 8, Department o t.IVmTILLe,MKMPlllB.VICKHnVRa P. A.Gaiiv. standard money with such restrictions Wheat harvest is about over. Wheat wns ns clear as a gravel nyid " Kentucky, meets every I hlrd Baturday at 1 o'clock ours. IIATON ROIIMAd KGWflHLKANT, and provisions as to mako the purOats arc looking well. r. v., In "But tho lights?" I.citclilield, Ky. is good. Tin Mtmithla. Farmers are quite busy. I'.S. IlBimtk.Com. chasing and debt, paying power of tlio Prof. J. C. Park has n good singing "Oh, they were the ecmaphore sigStandard Inveslmont. S.A.McSiitar.AdJ. One day last week D. B, Bartlett Tho Quick and Desirable Route dollar, whether of silver, gold or pa- at Mt. Moriah. S. Brandt rtf Montgomery, Mo., nals," aud the old engineer walked S. got a splendid young horso seriously TO AND FIIOM per, at all times equal. Miss Kmma Park vi.Mted near Bcda writes, "Please send mo a bottle of nrouud the corner, leaving behind him Tanrox Moarox Post No. I, Department of KenHis boys had bceu plowing llnltinturo Wo commend the wise and patriotic and Sliinklc Chapel not long since, Quinti's Ointment, I have used it foi injured. Nw York PhlUi'clliinOM n mass of silence tbat'cnuld not havo tucky, meets every Saturday before the second Point CorMort e Wahlnrton Norfolk and had repaired to a shade, the 8unday at 10 o'clock a, m. In the at steps nlready token by our govern- returning homo accompanied by Miss Cappetl Hock, Witid-pufi- s been broken with A baseball bat Rlehimmil llutfalo Utevolnnd and Hartford, Ky. J. 0. Ciumiaux, P. C. hoises became frightened, ran away, Chlcajo IndUtitipulii Vl.to J. M. IIiiuof, Adj. ment to secure an con With great success. Sally Pat ton. Would whilo running ono cut his leg with CinolhnAtI UmiiTllle Mk-e- s BARREN RIVER. Alice Baxloy and Kdmonin not be without it in my bam," Northeastern Points ference to adopt such measures as will Kntttwn and tho plow. na Mtimphti VteWthuric Union Roiigt insure parity of value between gold Hoover mado n visit at Thomas Juno 29. As I havo been a reader The Sunday School organized Mobilt I.Utlo Hock Hot Maw Orltana of your paper for some time aud have ' Newcomb's this evening. Call again - and silver for uso ns money throughBjifinfi AnJ pslntiln WcilTnneat this place, by our esteem- uevcr seen FORDSVILLE anything iu it from WarevTiim Arkaniai Miuitilpiii out the world as emulating from tlio ladies. Wo have prayer-meetinJune 29. Farmers are very busily ed triend, L. R. Barnctt, is doing Iniilnin snd the South nd great financial wisdom of the Repub- ery Thursday night. Sunday School engaged' in flowing corn and harvest- much good woork. However, there ren county, I will try nnd send in a few items from this neighborhood. 1HUUTUWJEST. lican party. Sunday evenings at 2 o'clock. ing wheat. Crops generally are very is uot us great an interest manifested Farmers are about'done harvesting Wo commend tho nblc, patriotic Success to tho Rkpuiiucan is the good. tuaroughlj equipped nd in a .Tli lb as should be, if wo hope to attain the braiciiMia Couldat Cure. X their wheat, and I understand wheat provides an excel-len- t and thoroughly American . AdminisH'. P. wiih of J. , . nt eliiA nndltlan.and m. Foster, of Hartford, was m greatest good to bo derived from Hamilton Co., Ohio, Jane, 1839, is very good. Tho people aro about BrDiusnixB,of arranfemerit In lime rind through can tration of President Hanison under One bottle Pastor Koenig'i Nerve Tonlo town a few1 days ago, shaking hands such commendable work. Our Sr done setting tobacco, no large eared mo entirely, after iuyslclajis had tried A vKATrat U the time and convenience undo iiiicinllc l,y NI.tXI'MISH.VkUIIT which tho country has enjoyed crop uniucoeaifully for 8 months to reUeve me of that lenlMo loiyh. Nhiloh'a Cure In tlio icino. with his many friends: cured bjr tbe Limited Kxprest Tralni. intendeiit, W. A. Helm, has proven has been put out. Corn is W. HUENNEFEU). ' duVi a maiiT' kid betweon IxuIvIllo prosperity, and the dignity dyfrjoii. For ml 1'Z. Wayne ilrilmiJt llio. looking nerroui dobiUtjr. Thd Fordsvillo Brass Band has lost himself iqual to the trust reposed in Mo., January, 189L well. Wo are needing some rain here and qulcket ami honor of tho nation at homo nnd naMephli,tind the belt I can sincerely my that Pastor Koenlg'a Nerve its teacher and its life is very much him, and by his unceasing cflorts has ofTcred. abroad have been faithfully Tonlo has acted wonderful slnoo my boy erviee'betVeeii tho two chief ever mainnow. SHREVE. to uso it he has not had the alighteat endangered. The boys make good gaiued tho utmost confidence of thoso and all dealredinforma- Tikla,Tltn-TaUeMiss Tular Carson, who has been symptom) of fits and la getting stoat and Tho farmers nro very busy with curd by applylun to W. r. lONQ tained, music considering their praclico and interested and seems to be winning every ono la surprised at the result, beAsent at Beaver Unm, or very ill with rheumatism for the past hearty; bad bought eight bottles of medicines V Wo denouiico tho .Democratic party. their work; bauds aro in great decause I it would bo it pity tor it to fall sorao of those who are inadvertent in from bottle which did W.I,Pr(.iT.6i&'lTui.A7t..LoiiiiTilli,ST. few days, I am glad to say is same good. New York at I.W tnirDENNIU WALBU. do of Kentucky for its extravagant and mand. through. their own welfare. May wo all Kansas Crrr, Mo., Oct. 8, V). better. successful attempt to squander tho MUsLelin Rosson,of Louisville, is The Mitchel Rros. mado somo exUsed Pastor Koenlg'a Nervo Tonlo ia the struggle to attain the greatEveHeen, little daughter of John oasneaa and general debility, and wasfor nerv. visiting her jold homo near here. greatly UT. I.OVIH A TKX. R. R. State's finances and robbed tho pcnplo raUIMTILLE, cellent violin mXisic in the barberbenefited by same. It bad the desired effect. est result ever achieved in the Sun. C. Miss May Wellcr is visiting relaof their rights. Westbrook, who has had the hip Ulta. UEO. E. QUEEN. shop a few days- - ngo, wlpch tickled-lli- day School work, and many sitter LtiiiTilli, St, Lonit & Tim tili.j. o recommend as' dolecates to tho' tives n't Sulphur Springs.- - i disease for somo timo is better. A. Valuable 1 loo It on Nervooj cari of a largo crowd of anxious schools emulate us iu tho good we to George Carson nud wife, of Rock-fielDistiict Convention for tho Fourth ,Willie Porter, of Grnyaon, called aUo obtala aud M)or rtatieuta FREE jiiac.uo soui treeamu anr address, listeners. una inviiicino tree) oi ctuu-ge- . hope td attain. tnBDIILBIN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1891. ' Butler, Congressional District the following on' his old friend, Tom last gave his brother, J.L.Carsou, a No.M, No.Al, Thl. Mmndrba laiui DreDared by the Itaverend W. C. Gray lost u fino maro reKoonU. Wo had tho pleasure of attending call a Sunday Illy. Dally. 1TK8TB0UNO. f'astor prsuarvd of I'ortWstne. Ind. since IKS. and named persons from the county nt. weeK. Mr. Porter has just returned or two ago. under lus direction by the cently with pneumonia ,fevcr. B. P. tho commencement exercises of Prof. A good Sunday School is going on L. Loalirllle .... ........ 7:45 a. in. e 24 p. m. large: Dan 0. Riley, John W. Rice, from Illinois, whero ho had been KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. ........ Ilia. in. 7:20 p. m. Welt Point Petty, H. N. Humbjo nnd others Maeon'ssclect school last week. Tho at this place. II. W. Stoy, G. W. Loi.g, J. 15. visiting relatives for several months. havo lost horses vitli the 9:17 a.m. s.07 p. m. Sold brDrujrsisU at SI per Dottle. OfbW llrandenburi.. saino disease. oratorical contest was an elegant dis,i 8 37 p. in. S:44a.m. torso Size, M3. 0 Dot ties for HO. , lrrlnton Misses Pearl Backus and Ida Ed Davidson, our leading farmer, Rogers, w'. A. Wallace, Z. T. Proc' Itepheniport . 10.2J a. in. 8.21 p. III. It seems to bo an epidemic. play of grandiloquence, which exof Bowling Green, are vjsijiug ter, W. P. Patterson, John Duvall, has been talking of moving, so that 10:44 a.m. 0.40 p. in. lleferpsrt.. .. A fow duy ago tn certain young hibited the artistic skill of tho re- tho BIST U QUUTT. . OITIiqCAKlTT. home of Miss Vallie Hampton. Grnyson, John ho will bo near tho now railroad, llilla. in, lo.lo p. m. Hugh Raker, W. Bawe.Tllle lady closed a school near this place, nown teacher in lending his class to 11:34 a.m. 10.34p.ln. Lewl.jxrl Bro. Finley, a Methodiit minister, Waters, Joo Morris.in,U. P. Wheeler, which will pass by McDaniel's mill. 12; i. in. 11:11 p. in. Oweniboro,..,, not Wishing to return homo for the Hitch triumphant success, Tlio prizes Miss Dee Tunstall, who has ty ,..... 1:04 p.m. ll.Mp. in. Josh Bradley and all good Republicof Morgantown, preached ni tlio Bar-re- u Spotlitllle rcuso'ii that it' was niatlo unpleasant by wero awarded to Miss Ella B. Crowe 1:25 p. m. 12 20 a. in. Ar. Ilendfrion River BaptistCburch last Sunday. phoid fever, id slowly recovering. H. W. Stoy, Ch'ihVConi. ans. her tyranical father, she 'wasstopping and Mr. A. Pj" Taylor. Every con- Dinner was on tho ground, No. 64, No. 14, A protracted meeting will begin at A largo It was then ordered (hat the dole-gatDaily Dally. with tt friend iu town until sho got a testant deserves persona) comment in EAST HOUND. crowd- was present aud everybody go umustructed to t)i6 District Pleasant Grove tlio second Sunday in 7:15 a. in. 3: Up. m. CREAM home 8oiucwhcro olsc. Her father tho highest terms nnd in the most seemed to I.T. Headenen July. enjoy themselves. p. it). Convention. 717 a. in. potlarille sent for' her but alio refused to go. earnest language Tho hospitality of 4:X5 p. in, .. 1:27 a, m. ...... A terriblo accidout, happened in Owki!ro. N. A. Siinpsonvas- - uoniiintril for this ho became very llli I)pVpii nnd AVI I.I. Y Oil Mi s Leijiiiwn...... ..... . 9:09 a.m. 5.05 p. m., Sheriff, with Robert Spurnerfof Short Liter complaint? 811 FIKIt VilitliuriHgimr.intciHl Upon healingstarted after hor with the tho people at Pleasant Ridgo is ex- Barren Rivcr.uenr Bowliug Green, the (.33 n. m. p. ManeeVllle... NIiIIoIi'h and celled by none of our knowledge. 20th. Three boys p. m. Creek; Harvey Juckson, YEARS .. 10:01 a. in. FOR wero drowned, all of Lcitch-fielOterpott icurp you. Nut, I h) 'i. Wiiyuo (Inittlu .t Ho, intention of bringing her by force if , 10:78 ii, in. 6:19 p. in. Tho issues to bo considered iu the together. Two of them wero brothers. SUflieniport Has led all Worm Remedies. Asa Bratcher, of Big Ciifty, . 11:02 a, m. 7:06 p, m, IrTlngten.. nothing olsa would suffice. When present National campaign havo alEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Thoy were in bathing. . 11:20 a.m. 7:31 p, in, and M. T. Heiiderson,of Millcrstowu, Braad.nbutg For nil tho little ills nnd wnrr- i- he reached the place whero sho was ready begun to agitato tho minds of SOLD KVKIIYWHEUE. 106 p. in, 1.06 p. in, as Deputies. Ansel Byers woa nom. Wet Pelnt...... As this is my first writing to a pamoots of Childron, Dr. Founor.s iu. CO., sT.uini. . 1:00 p, m. 9.06 p. m. T.'LcaUtill ..,.... .., trouble followed. When, the peoplo. Of course all parties per I hope it will not reach the waste rnpsrribr muuM,TmoK It Soothing Syrup is superior to till stoppluj, Circuit C6urt Clerk. inatedor Tula. No. II And No. it make connection at Warranted to satisfy or tho girl reached hoibc her mouth and claims a victor for both county and basket, Much success to the Rfcruii-uoaothers. Vos then ordered tlmt this 'county IrrUltoa (Soaaaj exeptd),w)th train on touti-tlllThe national boners. For salt) by L. eyes were swollen and black. money refunded. Ivan Tont. K. R., eaal and instruct for II. W. fO TIH2M.O"D, Katydid. , W.iUrn Stby for Com- 13. HardiMhurir MK Weakness, Malaria, 'dtftstioa and 4H-4t Roan. result was a trial iu which tho fathor Information, addreaa wait ee'uad. Fer further monwealth's Attorney, in the event tliUouiuest, take . .. , J, Of MORDUH, Oeo. Pa'r Aflfi dollars and was fined seventy-fiv- o Hlilloh' Vlloliter It what you need for rnintlpa nr.owin won r:ii--i-.i that the District Chairman calls n It cures QUlclJr. For aalo b- - all dealer b Cutarrli Cured, health nndsect breath seiiouiiruie, ny. Ion, loan of appetite, lllulneaa, nnd nil aymlouia THAT JIAtllilXi tOI'dll rim Im o tweuty-fivodaymedicine in prison. th' (tnulne. In this r pynprpma. Price. IU nnd 76 eta per Convention. The Convention then nil My cured hy Hhllnh'a t'urc. Wr, ipiirHntu ltlloalZ. cured l.yHhlloh'a i'ntnrrh llenxdy. Price 60 els i. G. V. Lo.vci, Ch'm'n. adjourntd. Nrnwl Injector free at Z. Wayne Griffin llro. Mold ly '.. WiijnoOrlltln A llro. trial tho father, who is sanctified, do- - Wa)iu(liiMnA Bro. JoiinB. RofJF.ita, Seo'y. am mOWIPI UaOX KITTBRS AUfANAO for protection. 1 neuded u nou tho Lord For ISO cured at boaewltb Inline-- I ,.., . J'roup, Wlvtopinx p .... iVl.t. Hapnr and content b a home with " The Ke 1.. i ou t pain. Boos of pan ) HuutrM Keolrwa (or r.in : nr chesl.u.eHhiloh'a poruiii 'I' Contains Med, ho PI For luino. Utck.mde Sold hy Z, Wiiino flrllllii Chester J a lamp with the licht of the morning. cltaaply unil Asked "What is your ideal?" Oculars sent FBata, Iak tnelouaCaa4y U given aw a)- - qiiloltly istor. l'nce 2A cents. y. dru H.U.WOOLLKY.1I.U. at home. Vbla book . Frederick A. Atlilns, ''What havo a nro,1 Pi u"k store. Mr. hastened to see Pey toil Roby. Urn. r general stores. Calalogue,wrlteRochsterLampCa,NwYork. I UMX Whitehall Ed-Try-in- ': a... Iuuttniil lavsmor tortlary of Slate attorney risntral.. 'Auditor Treasurer B(ltf r of Ijiii uravv Adjutant General . uet, Publle Instruction Cl.tk rU Printer llronn M.C.AIfurd lleadley W.J. llrndnck O Norman -- 1 ..Henry Haln V. J, mini-mc- r. m J you set your heart upon? Is it noon wealth, or position, or fauia? Then, let me tell you tlmt you may pile your gold to heaven, you may senlo the dixinest heigh.ts of succcs", your name limy bo heard in every street, and you may still have mndo n dismal failure of your life. Have you over heard ofu innn who was happy because he wni rich, peaceful bcciifito ho had outdono every competitor? Never. The supreme lesson of hih'-.tory is this that a dry crust with clean conscience is more to ho desirctla than millions of money with an aching heart. ict your ideal be to pur-su- e mid praclico the highest truth,, to muicr hilly the Christian science of right living, and not merely to minister to your own vanity and selfishness by gaining a few more pounds than you can spend, or by intriguing for positions uhich will bring you terrible responsibilties which you arc sadly unfitted to carry. Let your ideal lie to build up a manly charac ter, and then everything will fall into its proper place wealth shall bo yours if you know how to use it, and honor if you know how to use it." To Tho Colorod' Voters of Roby, by tho skin of his teeth, suc- Hia Most Startling Ohib County. ceeded in getting n now trial. This rienco. PROFESSIONAL CARD. S-aaA- tli, Attorney at Law, Globe-Democr- Attorneys at Law. Eingo, . Ap-P- l- - Perry Westerfield Attorney at Law, ed rtofsiia., iSLy. Heaviin, REPUBLK?ANS. np-pl- y Hartford. Ky. fiist-class- s ;o-u- rl.,rlr. Chlirli-8erTlcetiecn- Sattath-aelioo- SaMolh-achoo- (col.)-fler- i.-c l'. DENTIST. NolilKilh-echoo- V (cul.)-Acrir- lcca , Physician Surgeon, e . e, Sons cf Veterans. 1 to-d- Court-Hous- court-hous- Thor-oughp- in intcr-natioii- g ' B ftiG 1 ,' HSfef a ' a1-si- st d, , i ' Ash-wor- th, d 1 es WORMS! WHITE'S - VERMIFUGE 20 : .". d; n. t, lV s A: 1 u oeiuh IT'S ' ' ' i n: ly 5. ii"4 . j jtf . , -- ..,?.- Xrfi1. njT'Ai.-iStJ- - -'- J'tr-'V v sv; j.. .. -si y . V.A Hr -- rwr;:.ygv runustiEi) nviJiiv ntiiuv mohnino. JO. II. HOfiKIIN, IMIIor nml Proprietor. lently but mighty deep down. MIU.T, I. (Mir, (lllrhnrr Trovo Farm, homo j L AV - 1 o of Jiy - Kyo - ee) lUcliio, Wli.,in4i "Altortryln S Childrons Day wasobsovod at tho ory Known remotly, 1 removed n largo liiiuoh S of two yenri numllng, from a s year old flJIjr, S wnt-terM. E. Church, South, last Sunday. w uu mroe application 01 Hartiord, July edge by nn angry howling mob Tho house was filled to its utmost 25-21802. Fon vKEsmnNT, QUINN'S OINTMENT. ot workiugmcii, who defied them to capacity. It was strictly service by BENJAMIN HARRISON, iimitioociirireparktlonlriaveOTCrtiMaoriioMai come a shore. Tho Gunrds tried to Klionila. tho children and thoy acquitted IMVTRVCTOIl-l'i-or.M'IIt'i- trj oi. i ncariuj rocommena u u? mi Horsemen.' Of Indiniin. land within tho Companye works, but 11V Aatv hundredi cjueh UMmonial tbomsolves admirably. At tho conthe mob broke into tho grounds Monday, July 25. SrV rrlce,gl..tnpcrbultlo. FOR VICE I'KiaiDKST, AikyourdrurntMforlt. Iftw ifJI'I'tTTvl clusion of tho exorcises u collection l UAvn ii it kitfni.ii..miufl.c.Rui uiinrM vcr.ii ririaibea 0:30 o'clock Devotional Excr- - nnd prevented them. A gang plank Snvniui. years ago Henry Wat-ters- on was takon amounting to 10. IX). Nino--t WHITKLAW REID, W'fWj"t"RKA W. l. til)IY 00.,W!.UQliaU.N.'Y was thown to tho bunk but tho angry cises Rov. E. E. Pate. "The Democratic declared that per cent of tho fund raised on Of New York. workingnion were right nt tho water's Organization. party is a Free Trade party, or it is such occasions is used to help indic edge, with clubs, stones, nud pistols, Vocal Solo Ella Rowo. nothing," and ever since Democratic ptjurur c;.'jrir:r:3T:ninrni:3 a "S 'Crn 'a rcTaa rat gfBr:a mw n FOIl rillMtlFP, gent Sunday Schools at home, and ."rajiBn -them to como ashore. 11. Address of Welcome Prof.J. defying I editors nml stump speakers have been tho remaining ton goes to foreign CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. A leader of tho mob attempted to I tho W. Lytic. busily engaged denying it, but s U7LJ1 fields. check them but to no nvnil. Responeo O. M. Shultz. Do you know that n llttlo cough is a dangerous FOR CIRCUIT COURT CI.UHK, Democratic platform, which is supRodin Hood thiug'r .Aro you nwnro that it often fastens on tlio Tho Guards were compelled to posed to bo tho ollicial dcclnrntioti of Noou Recess. SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. lungs ami lar too ottcn runs Into Consumption and firo and as tho sheet of flamo flnshcd tho party, declares for Free Trade in 1:30 o'clock. Bonding Miss Effio ends in Death? l'coplo Buffering from Asthma, Republican Club. Uronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all Evi:ry community in tho county language that would make tho averin front of them tho mob recoiled but Kahn. Discussion. tell you that Pursuant to call of the leaders of should have a Harrison and Held club. age English Free Trader turn green for no instnnt nu then returned firo Select Renditig F. M. Petty. " Taylor Mines, the citizens met at tho WITH RAMI." with deadly effect. Tho Gunrds were "Mnrse" Henry didn't with envy. 2:45. Rcces. Tin: summer number of tho School school house on Thursday night last IV Can you afford to neglect itt Can you trifl forced to take shelter in their boat beat Cleveland, and yet he did that 3. Spelling Juo. B. Wilson. Journal, published nt New York and and organized a Harrison and Rcid i with so serious n matter r Aro you awaro that aud finally hoisted a whito flag but Tariff plank would have been the Discussion. Chicago, is a mammoth educational Club. no uttciitiou was paid to it tho people If death knell to any candidate. 4. Vocal Solo Cmiuuo Cox. l ror Collffhfl. Colds nnd Consumption is paper full of the latest and newest question tho fwi.fnf of all Owing to bad weather wo only had Grover ever had a chance ho lias Means'' A. Lee still kept up firing and placed crack Modern Kcmedies? It will ston a Cough in ono niirht. It will rluvk n f'nlil in "What Education things in education. The Journal is a nineteen to join, but there will be a day It wHlpreeent Croup, relievo Artluni nnd euro Consumption if taken! marksman whero they could kill every none now. Bennott. Discussion. In time, " You can't afford to Iw without it " A 25 cent bottlo mav savo rou J great p.iper. a good crowd present uext Thursday Guard who showed himself. Tho Adjournment. 8100 in Doctor's hills may savo yo-ilife I Ak your drungi't for ft. or w'liUi night. Guurds were finally allowed to surio v . it, iiookKi; c km., in wesc iiitM- wa , new lorif, lor imolt. Kentucky's is tho greatest James B. Wkavkr, of Indiana, Monday Evknino. 'J u.a.ro-n a a Speeches were made by Messrs. E. mmmiBium. aiaraiaia au render ami were mnrched through a Legislature on record. A Dem- once n noted Greenbackcr, mid James 8 o'clock p. in. Chorus Choral F. Hocker and Henry Davis, which gauntlet of nngry men nud women ocratic Legislature, in fact a Demo- G. Field, of Viiguiin.nn Club. over a distnnce of 000 yards. They on Mon- were very appropriate lor the occageneral, were nominated cratic anything, is a very costly luxAddress Prof. McHeury Rhoads. sion, nud Otitis Shultz, of color,mado were beaten, kicked aud cuffed beginning to day for President and ury and the people arc Vocal Solo Mrs. Nannie Sjiauld-ig- some of them almost killed on the People's Party ticket. Of an excellent speech for one of his find it out. with clubs. They finally reached a course neither tliey nor their party rare, nud needs special mention. Male Quartet Messrs. Fosteis, Riley Hughes was chosen TemporaTin: chances are that the Little place of safety and were locked up. expect their election; the only thing ry Chairman of the meeting anil filled Thomas nud Render. Sg Owen contest of six years ago will be they can hope to do, being to carry Tho boats were burned nnd Nero like Adjournment. the maddened multitude, laughed repented this summer and some one or two Western States, thereby, the chair to perfection, then by a Tuesday July 20. nnd shontod nnd cheered nsthc flamrs straws seem to indicate that Mr.Rowe throwing the election into the House unnmioiis vote of the house, James L. m.9 t.R tirya 9 o'clock. Invocation Rev. H.C. destroyed tho boats. Nearly twenty may yet not have a walkover in his nud insuring the election of Grover Rowe was elected to occupy the Sec Truman. To this end tho Demo- retary's place. After enrollment of nomination for Commonwealth's At- Cleveland. men were killed and nbout forty 9:30. English Composition Mis wounded. At last accounts the mob the iiincte 11 names, a vote was taken torney. Taking all in all there are crats will give them all the Discus-don- . were trying the Gunrds for their lives prospects for a big Democratic scram- in their power.as the action of theKan-sa- s ami carried unanimously for Perry M.iggio D. Williams. ONL' Miss Sallye Mayo and the en J is 10:30. Essay ble. So mote it be. not yet. Third Parly and Democrats Westei field as Perninuent Chairman. FlNEW Coleman. Then J, L. Rowe was elected Perwould indicate, for the latter also reMAD Wiii:n a Grover Cleveland sends a alize Recess. W " that their effort is hopeless with- manent Secretary. To Our Subsoribors. stnoGm67 'HJLT Free Trade message to Congress or a 10:45. Will, ftKDF0R(ffTAlo3UE Words mid Mitiin The body then adjourned till uext out the aid of their kiufolks, tho Tho spoclnl announcement which -. Democratic House passes n Mills bill i aaifjaai .liirn Third Party. The Democracy, while Thursday night, when wo expect to Foster, Jr. Diecussion. ii peared in our columns some timo I MIT ED. England shouts for joy; when a Mabel Hocker. 11:30 Recitation liuvu a good meeting. We aim to their pretentions may be loud, do not since, announcing u special arrangeformulates a Tarid'bill from Noon Recess. MNTllfivAr WMENTIOM ment with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Warnim n expect to carry either Indiana or have at least one hundred members TiTfWIIU.IiU.XW inilU U4JUAV, THIS PAPER l:3(i(i'clock. Grammar Prof.Mc- - of Enosburg Falls, Vt., publishers a Protective standpoint and a Repub- New York and without these they are in our club before o'ection day. and. of "A Treatise ou tho Horso and His lican Congress passes it, England Diecussion. So that headed by a Brass Band, will march Henry Rboads. overwhelmingly defeated. our subsoribors howJs with rage, and yet tho DemoComic Declamation J, H. DiseasDS,"wheroby 2:30. if the "man of destiny" ever again to Beaver D.uu vote in a body. By were enabled to obtain a copy of Thorough, Practical Inilmrltnn. Grada. cratic party pretends that Free Trade good authority, we are to have Barnes, 3trt KiiTittil to poiltloDt. MClalofu presses the Presidential chair he will that valuable work free of charge by WMC 10 ' is tho only hope for American people. Vocal Solo Florence Morton. sending their address to B. J. Kenowe it to the fact that a number of speeches, at our uext meeting, by brut I Mien Buiatu mum, 3. Recess. dall Co. and unclosing a two-ceWi: hope in tho near future to put misguided Republicans have acted so Col. J. S. R. Wedding and. the ex3:15. Written Arithmetic Dr. stamp fur mailing same, is renewed office and unwisely as to vote the People's Par- cellent editor, Jo. B. Rogers, of HartRome new material in our for a limited period. Wo trust hII ford. We extend an invitafiop to all W. Alexander, in order to do that, wo must have ty ticket. Vocal Trio Misses Lura Williams, will avail themselves of tho opporRepublicans of the country to como &. money, lor we have never learned tunity of obtaining this valuable and meet with 113 and make speeches, Lulu Milligau nnd Mr. Elmer Milli-gawork. To every lover of tho Horso liow to run a newspaper without it, HARDINSBURG. it is jndJHpeiiHiblo, as it treats in a of which will enable all to bo better July 3. Wesley Tucker, so gentle reader, if you have not Adjournment. simple manner nil of tho disoases paid your subscription please do so at Fairviow, is attending the Normal. posted on the pending issues. which afflict tho noble animal. TuDiiiAY Evknino We seo nothing to keep us from Rov. Hagan preached at tho Baponce. It will be a great accommodaIts' phenomennl salo throughout carrying tho county for Harrison aud 8 o'clock. Chorous "Auld Lang tho United tion to us and will enable us to give tist Church Sunday; Juno 25th. IIo States nud Cauad , you a better pajicr for the same mon- announced tint a protracted mooting Reid, alto for the county candidates, Syne" Choral Club. makes it standard authority. Mention as Taylor Mines has eighty-fou- r Rethis paper when sendi n 'for "Treat-is?- ." "Spellin Skulo." would botrin in August. ey. Autobiography Jno, B. Wilson. Geo. Matthew, of Hockvalo, was publicans nud will vote straight, Tin: lengthy preamble to the Peo- in town last week on There nre only a smnll uumber of Instrumental Selections Messrs. 1. 1' lUfcitap, Trent, Jo. 11. O.liicr legal business. ple's Pai ty platform adopted at OmaDemocrats in our town, d we aro Walker, Mooro and Bean. Reuben Miller, tho attorney from 1 ha Monday reads like the speech of Clovorport, was attending Quarterly glad they don't have a majority. Wedncsdvy, July 27. an excited Anarchist, rather than Of tho Condition of tho We wish the Hartford Rsi'UnucAN Court last week. Sitting as special 9 o'clock. Invocation Rev. G. J. the statement of American citizens. and the editor a long nml prosperous .Tudgo in tho cuso of tho CommonBean. In this age of advancement mid nalife. J. L. Bonn, Secretary. wealth against Geo. Miller; ho de9:30. Model Lessons Prof. tional prosperity the following scn Rhoads. tence sounds exceedingly absurd: cided that a boy undor 10 years old Logo's a Good Ono. Vocnl Duet, (Guitar Accompani"We meet in the midst of a nation was a proper substitute- to work on Oitrii.tioro If!cj)grr.l John Feu trees was brought to the ment) Misses Williams nnd Milii-gn- n. brought to the verge of moral, politi- tho road, if an average hand. Deputy U. S. Marshal, C. L. Pato, city yesterday by Deputy U. S. MarAnd yet ruin " cal and material At tho Close of Business went to Louisville last wuok,roturn-in- g shal Pate nnd lodged in jail, charged 10:30 Recess. this1 is only one of many such. April 23, 1892. last Sdtud.ty. with violating the internal revenue 10:43. Penmanship G. W. MilIIi:ni:y Gi:ori:, the fanatic Free A. Kincheloe, from Louisville, was laws. Fentrn-- i has n reputation as a ler. Discussion. Trader, ha declared for Cleveland, at homo on tho Ith. JJo h.is acceptbully and a dangerous man, and l Vocal Solo Bessie Nave. RESOURCES. which makes it no better for Grover. ed a position as er with had frequently said no officer coulcj Noon Recess. 550,288.01 Notes and Bills Stew-folAll the Fice Traders of both EngL. & Co, 1:30 tnl ever urre.it him. Duet Ligaa Pute went 3,000.00 Real Estate land and America arc for him as for Estol Sutton was at homo on tho after him, however, and it is not Ruth Coombs and Carrie Wairiier. Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 that, but they will niako a poor show- 1th. Address-- J. Expenses Pai S. R. Wedding. to state that that means ho ing against tho overwhelming army Master IIoscoo Severs was at homo came promptly if not willingly. He' Vocal Duet- - Misses Cale nud Cole- Cash nn Hand nml in other Dealer in JJnrees, Bup-jrloCarriages, oad Carts, Owunsjioro Wsoui, 28,040.01 Banks. honest, intelligent from Frankfort List week. of will be tried this month. man. and piojpcrous Americans, who in 25"S.tddlu or Harness Homis for salo or biro nt nil tlmc."Xai It appijurs from newspaper reports 2:30. Recets. 884,027.5!) November will march to tho tho polls that the Legislature of this State did ROSINE. LIABILITIES. 2:43. Geography Miss Lucy B. to elect Benjamin Harrison and to nothing whilo tho Democratic ConJuly 5. Lat Saturday night, not- Townseud. R Capital Stock S23.000.00 Discussion. Mituin the American System of Pro802.31 vention was assembled at Chicago. withstanding the heavy rain that afComic Declamation U. C. 'Bar-net- Reserve tection. ternoon, n largo number was present 2.250.00 Surplus . . . . . Whilo it is true, that our KentucInterest and Exchange. . . . 1,400,40 ky Representative is a man of great at the moonlight picnicgiveu at "PleasVocal Solo Rosa Thomas. "Tin: celebrated blue grass of Ken54,154.55 Deposit Account ure Park." tucky will be displayed in the exhibit statesmanship, yet ho is not called Adjournment. 300.33 Due other Banks Mr. and Mrs. Will Reed, Willa which that state will make lit the upon toguido tho affairs of our great Wednesday Evening. -- CSDOES THE FlhEfcT World's Fair. The display will pos- parties to formulate their platforms. Walker, Fordsrille; Mr. nud Mrs. E. $84,027.59 AliO CHEAPEST 8 o'clock. Musicale. sess additional interest from the iiict D. Guffy aud daughter, Hartford, In submitting this we beg to stato Ho is confined, unfortunately, to Tursday July 28. that the tod and grasses aro being coland Miss Pettit, Owensboro, spent that our business has steadily growu lected from historic spots in the tho humble sphere of making laws 9 o'clock. Devotional Exercises each month sinco our opening, and last Sunday with Mrs. E. B. Allen. State, such as tho battlefield of for tho Commonwealth of Kentucky. by the most careful, watchfulness aud Miss Belle Whittiughill will return Rev. W. G. Stewart. the homo of Henry Clay, and It is to bo sincerely regretted that 9:30 History CM.Crowe. Dis- a strict observance ofthe principles of birth-plac- e home from Philpot, accomof Lincoln." the most conservative Banking, we Horse-shoeinour Roprebytatives have nothing to do g Why cau't there be an exhibit of panied by her cousin, Mrs. Prof. Car- cussion. hope not only to extend our acquaintby which they can exhibit tho dorRecitation Miss Annie M. Allen. ance, but to p'ove ourselves worthy penter, of that place. Kentucky's "Penyroynl" as well as mant statesmanship that lies within tho confidence that is being so liberal10:30 Recess. Miss Emma Pettit, a pleasant and We are in Kentucky's blue grass? ly reposed in us. thorn. They should remember how-ov- er 10:45. Physiology Dr. J. E. favor of it anywny. accomplished young lady of OwensWo nre hero to accommodate the that tho Poet says; boro, is tho guest of Annie Allen of Pendleton. people, each and every business, Tin: CfoiiruiiMhe leading Educational "Full many a gem of purest ray so- - this place. "Physiology without Apparatus" courtesy shall be extended to them, .1. " paper in the state, speaks as follows of but in no caso shall safety be sacriA largo number from here attend. Prof. McHeury Rhoads. Tho dark unfathomod caves of ocoan ficed for friendship or to obtain busour issue of Juno the 3d: Tho HartEssay Miss Lida Walker, cd tho Reunion at Cromwell and bear, iness. JftffN ILBaeneo, Cashier. ford RiU'unut'AN, of Juno the 3d, Full many a flower is born to blush report a grand time. Noon Recess, was a paper to bo proud of. It had unseen Miss Leta Raglaud has returned 1:30 o'clock. Civil Government a three and a half column account of And waste its sweetness on tho desfrom Louisville. Prof. Rhoads. Discussion, Statement of the Condition air." ert the closing exercises of Hartford Col Mr. E. B. Allen returns homo toVocal Solo Miss Eva Morton. It'satriflo interesting to watch tho with a full dozen lege, embellished OP THE day, after a short visit to his family, 2:30. Recess. portraits of faculty nnJ students. movements of young ladies nndgan-tlomo- ii Tho Misses Childs, of Rosiue, will 2:15.. Common School Curricuwho secure a horso and buggy Such enterprising Journalism desergive a moolight Croquet party in lum B. D. Riugo. Discussion. ves commendation. Asmotof our and mako a rush to tho country to honor of Mis Pettit, Owensboro. Instrumental Duet Misses Moore is Jo. attend church or something of tho readers know thecdilor-in-chie- f At the Clone ol Bailnru, June Mr. Eugene Childs, St. Louis, is and Ford, ROOMY, SO, 1808, Rogers, the excellent County Sufino Sunday morning. B. kind, on sotno diking his vacation at his home one Recitation Lulu Walker. RESOURCES. perintendent of Schools. On starting out of town tho first mile from Rosiue, His friends nre Vocal Unfit Connno Cox and object is to split main stroot wido very glad to have him with them, as Bills discounted $59,317.09 Tin: New York Workingnien'e ReRandall Collins. Real cstato 3,000.00 open. A spirited steed of tho livery he is very populnr here. Adjournment. form League with a membership of stable Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 variety is generally used, Success to your most excellent pa1,841.07 Bonds 8,000 has sent out a pamphlet con- which TaURSDAY EVENISO, goes rushing down tlio street per and the Republican Party. Debts in suit 743.54 taining tho following resolution: Vocal Solo Miss Tula Pendleton. Cashonhaud&in othcrb'ks 40,420.79 with iiiauu aud tail a flying nt a 2: 10 Brrruit Swi:ut- "Riaci.vi:i, That wo believe that The Human Mind Dr W. Alex-andcthe record of PreMdent Harrison for gait. Wo havo known couples logo 6103,823 09 a square or two out of tho way in orthe lust three years has shown that be 49" Send for catalogue of Which? LIABILITIES. our full line or two and Vocal 8oIo Mrs. Nanuie Spauld-iS- is the most eligible candidate for der to create a sons titan by .sailing II.,IiimIo Amrilnnj work. $30,000.00 Capital stock workingmen's nnd farmers' suflrages down main street. After leaving A wealthy lady in Philadelphia Deposits 70,79i.20 of all the lit who havo been menDiscussion of Subjects Presented, Due other Banks 15.05 He is a believer in Protec- town nothing more is heard of thoso died about a jpar ago lenii'g by tioned. M. Ill, Dividend 4 per el. declared 1,200.00 tion of tho workingman and farmer people until latuin tho evening when will tho sum of 1,000 for tho support Queries, etc (Junriij --rOiioral Cub, 225.00 from tho pauper contract labor of tho last rays ot tho sotting sun aro of a pot cat. Tho will was duly Fund to pay taxes Kofjt and oss 3,584.84 Europe and Asia, aud his patriotism gilding tho tree tops. About this probated uud tho mouoy for tho supFriday July, 29, is shown by his firmness in Chilian timo a low rumbling sound can bo port of the cat invested; but tho cat 9:30 o'clock. Invocation and AdtQ$,423.Qp Italian and Behriug Sea uflairs. W. T. hlcKENNEY, "Wcpledgo tho working nnd far- heard in tho distance. Upon looking recently died, leaving five orphans. dress Dr. J. S. Coleman. mer vote of tho United States to him in that direction, largo clouds of dust Tho courts will now bo asked to do Instrumental Duet Misses Duke. After (cc kin (heBuggy MarI, S. K. Cox, swear tho above (o as the candidate of tho Republican can bo seen floating towards tho Comio Declamation L. M. Ren- be correct. whether tho kittens or the relakets over we have purchasparty." BEAVER DAM, KY. 6. K, COX, PflESIDENT. skies. Tho nttention of citions is tives of tho dead womnn aro entitled der. be in his office lrom the first ed a New Line of Buggies and 10:30. Recess No mo.vijy in tho Treasury, i3 tho called to tho spot. As thoy look to tho thousand dollars left by the Sworn to beforo me this June 30. Will the 15th of each month. Of- Spring Wagons which we con. 10:47. Trustees' Hour. 1892. A.T.Nall, D.C.O.C.C. fice over Bank. All work guaranuuounceiuci.t from Frankfort, and the three or four buggies como rolling will for tho support of tho doad cat. fidantly reccommend for their Origiiml Poem Miss Lizzie Walkout of tho dust. Thoy como into State has suspended tho payment of teed. Prices reasonable, dividend of 84.00 A STYLE and DURABILITY, er. her debts till she can secure more rev- town and turn round tho corner with per share was this day declared, payNoon Recess. Wanted. Traveling men. Salary well as cheapness. Gall and enue, nnd this too in tho face of tho a wild dash, dash, dash! Some liuin-b- lo 1892. able on and after July 5, DRowrs mos diitehz 800.00 aud expenses per month, 1:30. Miscellaneous Business. pedestrian unconscious of the apfact that she recently received S000,- see them. CumInillti.itloii, lllllouineu, tyiretmla, MalaUonBUIaPhllaJrlvhla ria, Kcrrouini'M, and (ieneml DcUlltjr. l'hjril-cUAddress, Closing Chorus. 000 borrowed from tho School Fund proaching whirlwind turns round in H th. N.wipapar Auv.r. recommend It, All tleaV.n vt It. Genuine tlftlnff ArrncY uf Mhdl & W.W. Wilson, Henderson, Ky. aHitradomarkaudcroiiodrudUnaonwrpper. Adjournment. It. oar uUiariMd iui.nl. to which the New Constitution applied ' time to catch a glimpso of somo fom- - Republican Ticket. Ilio money received from tlio Nntiotinl Notwithstanding llio Government. fnct tliat Tnlo is gone things nro still rotten nt Frankfort, and nothing but four years ot Republican control will ever bring the State out of tho miserable finniincial plight into which she has been driven by Democratic methods of mismanagement. Turn tho rascal out. initio divinity holding on to tho rein. Ho falls up against tho fence to support liimsolf. Ho thinks thinks si- PROGRAMME. Ohio County Toaohers Institute. Which Will Con-vonin College Hall, D, Bloodshod. Early Wednesday morning two boat loads of guards approached Carncgio Steel works at Homestead Pa., to take possession for tho s owners, but they were met nt tho Wm &wj& nrii kifliiiaiiiaiiaiai4it4iiaaiii ; ji?r ! " a JAY-EYE-Sh 1 lrt ' VIMIB i w i - rsssv nmf uw ra -- to?! uuumi uuu ncmRno 1 B,,:;: ITSTlRTFn Iwi-nm- DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY r - sacnasuaaans 3 Vice-Preside- nt wMimzi&z Manufacturers m,y2 10.000 A VaaN WMmJb&JLl 2UQ ISMiyfmfyMiSLs VI ar WrTJ""AW fvicts wii' T ..- y mmms VQLDt h mmsmi vsst v I nt tj. n. field. iuu'uiSS, - - iivery tabie. VEHICLES, CARTS. a-- ST.A.TEaMIElSri' nit, Mc-He- nry Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK book-keep- o'clock.-Instrun)en- nee-cssir- y AW i, hard-workin- t. T. ID. WXTJJL,X.3!3 Per-ryvill- e, BLACKSMITHING. to-d- ay a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. 1). WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. I- - T Our Qervt's Phaeton, fJoL. a LIGHT. ELEGANT. r. P. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline. New Buggies. de-ci- & DENTISTS semi-annu- at Mp , Hocker Co. .. ..V'.w r .. fJS&gSJkgj ',;37y5vr . i. FAIR BROS. & CO.e II r T Mr, Siiinnel J)nvidson nml Mis. Knlio While Mnliuriu, were nmtricd j I nt Leilclificlil yesterday Tuorning, I A iccpptinu was given nt tlic homo of llio groom' father .Mr. lid. Davidson nrnr Sjirevc. This is n worthy couple nml wo wish them n long and prosperous journey down lifes pathway. J THE FOURXH- music, Plonty to Eat, the Big gest Crowd on Record. LAPFOON. July 1, As I linvo learned that A Groat Day at Old Crom- - our vicinity hns'nt had any correspon dent for fcvcrnl weeks past nnd fearing woll, Enlivened by Pa that tho readers of your paper will triotic Speeches, Good ANDERSON'S While the hot weather contin ues we feel sure many people will want something cool to wear, and as we are always looking to the welfare of our friends and customers, we will say for them to call on us and purchase one of our nice cool Summer dresses, and we feel confident you will appreciate it and give us your trade in the future, for we do just what we agree to do, and sell you the cheapest line of goods in the county. We have only one price to all, and think this the only fair way to deal with the public. We still have an elegant line of Ladies and Misses Hats at low prices and if you fail to find just what you want Miss Sara can make one to suit your taste, give her a trial and see if she can 't please you. Our "Wear-Foreve- r" Shoes are still selling fast and you can't afford to miss the chance of a pair for only 81.00. Call and see us and we assure you we will try to please. ?i 1 X DIMINISH 10 In other words 0 8 O.Chniivin,HenverD.itn, died yesterday nt 12:30 o'clock ot flux. Mr.Chativip wns one of the best of men. lie was honest, modest and industrious, and his death is u great loss not only to his bereaved family hut to the town nnd community. It teems that the county can ill nilord tr lotu Mich useful citizens hut wo must remember that death respects neither talent nor virtue. .Tci-s- Mr. m."s nAisrrnsa z.tszzzs wo propose to It is very well for boys to bo full of life nnd all that but when they allow their love for fun to lead them into prowling the streets nt night it is time-tcall a halt. Tuesday night a couple of barber signs wero taken down and carried tome distance nway from the places in which they belonged. This it merely n revival of th disgusting practice that reached such dangerous proportions a year or so ago. Boys, better have fun somo other way. During the thunderstorm Thursday Clmrloy Howlcy's house was struct: by lightning. Ho was Mtting on a bed in the room and Mrs. How-l- ey nnd the four children were lying or. n lounge, when the lightning, struck the corner of the hoiie within two feet of the lounge nnd liteil'y split to piece a loaded doubled barreled shot.guu within ..eighteen iuclies of whero two of tho children lay. None of tho family were hurt or even shocked nor was tho gun fired week, Ohio county may not have good roads, but she has at least ono new road-it- 's the road to matrimony and it lies n the serving of a sentence, as n member of tho Legislature from this county. It will be remembered that tho "Tall Sweet Gum of the Rough Ilivcr Flats" found his blushing Blue Grass bride, while serving his term as Representative and now Hon. Wesley "goeth straightway nnd docth likewise." Already more than two. dozen of Hartford's good looking bachelors have announced themselves candidates for tho fatal scat. May they all bo elected and have tho same fclicitious late that has been accorded our past and our prrs-cu- t Representative, 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. bargains at f?" Call for U :' i n n HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION FAIR BUDS. & CO,, Preps., Fwifa! Mm!! BbV Whcu you come to Hartford leave your Horso with CaseLicr fe Burton. Mary Miller closed a very succesful school at Adaburg. Friday. Miss The proper placo to buy your boys a nice suit, cheap is at Fair Bros. & BLbLbLbLbHbbLbLbLbLbLbBBbbV get the Hartford RepublicHotel, Hartford. It an and the New will be with York Tribune one new furniture from year for 81.25, cash. garrettto cellar and Subscribe now. You canre-fitt- ed NOTICE. I have taken charge of the Commercial Early Monday morning tho peoplo from all over this and mljoiiiin counties began to pour into the quaint nnd histono old town ol (romuell. the grounds wero north ol the town about a half mile in iho valley ol tho West Fork of Indian Camp nnd made n most ueligiittui place tor the lav enjoyment and pleasure. By eleven o'clock fully 4,001) peoplo hud gathered ntid still they came. At tins hour Dr. J. E. Pcndletnn was introduced and delivctcd an address of welcome full of n!anly,pattiotio feeling. B. I). Ringo as representative of the young Americans made a very appropriate speech. A bountiful dinner was spread and the desires of everybody fully sati.-lie-d the inner man. it wns pronounced the best nnd iwxt ptcutilul dinner ever spread ou such an occasion iu the county. In tho evening Mr. J. E. Rowo made a speech which was highly complimented for its nolilo sentiments nnd beautiful delivery. The day fully demonstrates the well known hospitality of tho people of our old home country. It was a grand success and every citwen of tho community who assisted iu tho great entertainment should feel that ho has done a good work. W. G. Til ford, who was placed iu charge of the affairs, deserves special mention for his splendid management. Had it been the work of mouths, instead as it was of only n.few days, it could not have been nearer perfect. Col. Beatty, Chief of Police, with his eflicient' force of fiftv cood meu expressed himself satisfied with the good order prevailing throughout tho day, no disturbance of any kind whatever having occured to mar tho enjoyment of tho occasion. The election of oflicers resulted iu tho choice of Major Eugeno Kinnard, President; illiam Milligau, Eugeno Jumcs, Secretary and Rev. II. C. Trumnn, Chaplain. The generous invitation prcecuted by Hartford's citizens was accepted and mo uoiiy will meet Hero nuu Hold a Reunion of two days next year. One of the most elegant and appropriate things done was the clec. tion of Dr. J. E. Pendleton, a gallant soldier nnd typical Kentucky gentleman, and bono-rmember of the Association. Late iu tho evening the immense crowd reluctantly dispersed feeling that the grand old Fourth had been most pleasantly spent. Vice-Presidy think we nro indulging in protracted slumbers, I will endeavor to write a few items. The ever busy farmers aro about dono harvesting. Tho whent crop n lighter than usual. Corn and tobacco aro looking well nt present. Bolls Run has chosen Bro. Dan l ciser, Pastor, for tho present year. Several persons from Laffoon attended tho closing exercises ot tho Pleasant Ridge school last week. Mirses Oma Westerfield and Jcssio Mosloy aro visiting tho former's old homo in tho Crane Pond neighborhood this week. Several young folks in tho Crano Pond neighborhood are contemplating nttending the ice cream supper at Mason ville Saturday night. Prof. Mason's school nt Pleasant Ridge, closed Friday nud tho students to their respective havo returned homes, duly sensitive of the advantages derived whilo under his administration. Prof. Mason ever manifested n live intcrcrcst in his students welfare. A fond recollection of tho pleasant days spent iu Pleasant Ridge school will ever bo cherished iu tho minds of the pupils. A Studknt. Notico ot Dissolution. The partnership hcrtoforc existing between C. M. Barnettand Jo. B. Rogers under the firm name Barnctt it Rogers, publishers of the Hnrtford RrrunucAN, is dissolved, C. M. Bar-nehaving sold half interest in said paper to Alex Barnett. C. M. Baknktt, Jo. B. Rogkrs. Tho partnershsp hertoforo existing between Jo. B. Rogers and Alex Barnett under the firm name Rogers & Barnett, publishers of tho Hartford REruiiLic'AX, is dissolved, Alex Barnett having sold half inteiest in said paper to Jo. B. Rogers. tt v ? Jo. B. Rooms, Alkx Ba ii nett. G ASEBIER! SARA -- ' ME. S FAST LINE affords. HOTEL - :o: and refurnished. It is This Hotel has recently been second to none. The table is furnished with the best the market d Co. made in all respects hotel. a first-clas- s me a call. Wm. Milligan. PERSONAL. Miss Ruth Coombs is visiting iu . Pit-due- Bring your watches, clocks, jewel-crnnd spectacles to Martins for y r. The public are cordially invited to give best in the market. CASEBIER'S "BUS Champion Mowers If capers the and For sale by For Ward-Robe- s Call ou Casebier & Burton when you want nny thing in Livery, day or night. Mothers, buy your boys n nico suit at Fair Bros. A Co., they run from SI to $5 per suit. BonN. To the wifoofC. H. Hamilton, on tho 7th, inst., n fine boy. He Is a Republican straight. Taylor & Co., MEETS ALL DAILY Beaver Dam, Ky. Monday at the Pair Ground. d or anything in the General Furniture Line, Bee Dressers, 03NTE3 Suits,ltock-er- s T. J. MORTON. Fair Bros. & Co. N.N fcM.V.R.R. "WUKfSf V. V. V. . trade, whilo other around and talk dull have n good merchants sit ' times". need anything in tho jewelry R. line or watch repairs, call ou C. hustling jeweler. Martin, the If jou TRAINS LEAVK BIAVKB DAM. TRAINS OOINO WE8T. , Mall and Biprtii T, Umt4 Kipr.it 11:30 r. ' at. . You can get the latest style Hat nt the Bazaar for less money than any Saiu & Mn, nibor nlace in town. , Mill and Eiprtaa................- - M ,.. I, Llmlt.d Expp.P TRAINS OOINO EAST. Try Andersons wonderful For-Eover" " ear- - "" Friday, july s, i92. Shoes, from 81.00 up. Saiu&Mi will The Cromwell Republican club. Knob church meet nt Bald night let all tho boys turnout nnd have a rousing time. Tho Races at the fair grounds on tho fib were largely attended in tho Mrs. S.illiJ Pnipps, near town is themnlternoon and all exprcs-cquite sick. selves as well pleased with the evcu Our Foreman Sain Auderson is on ings sport. tho sick Jist. Tho trot, two best in three , mile Miss Annio Patterson returned from heats, was won in two straight heats Owcnsboro Wednesday. by Johnson & Roark's Radiant, tho Miss Daisy Stevens, Beaver Dami raco proved a pretty one nnd was conis visiting friends in town. tested from start to finish. Time, Jo. OTInherty, Oweusboro, is vis2:592:57. iting Mrs. Patterson's fnmily. After the trots came tho half milo Miss Flora is visiting Misi three entries. running race with Mamie Reed, at Smnllhouse. Hod. Barnes, Benver Dam, two horses Mr. Tobo Miller, Hawosvillo, was in and Payne Faughts horse, ofOwens-boro- , town several days this weqk. this raco was also a good one Miss Susio May, who has been sicK nnd was won by Barnes Horso after a several days, is somewhat better. whipping finish. Time, 57 sec. Miss Doitt,Groenville, is visiting After tho races tho ball game was tho family of Mr. Sain Johnson. called nnd with two goo.d picked Capt. S. K. Cox atteuded tho Dav- nines, tho crowd was highly pleased idson reception yesterday evening. and they saw a well played gnme R-jh- . TO ALL. PRICB i i Special care will be taken to accommodate tho public during Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headquarters hero. Come one and all and try us. Wo are reasonable in our charges. We give special uttention to traveling meu. Don't forget tho place, corner Market and Union Streets. Special arrangements will bo made to accommodate the people at the Fair. EMI ALIKE. i Proprietor. E30iT i i CEILTTS -- SPECIAL Given ATTElTIOJS Public. AT THE- - to the Traveling mmm mm Mmmm Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping' apples as Trade at the Bazaar. The best rigs on short notice at C. L. Field. Fair Br&s. fe clothiers. Col. J. 8. R. Wedding will deliver a spoccU before tho Taylor Mines next Thursday Buy your Trunks, Valises etc. from Republican Club Co. are the reliable Sara & Me. V Extra all Bros. & Co. wool suits 8G.60, This is a progressive night. and a largo crowd is expected. at Fair Club Our foreman, Mr. Anderson, is very coats, at ill this week and tho boys had to get Big bargains in Luster ho paper off tho best they could, and by FaU'Bros. ft Co. (ho way thoy havo dono well, so that Cqmo andBiiy7o""elfa new bug wo trust our readers will not ton sevegy at 0. L. Field. rely criticise. Williams Bros., at any hour, lee at Rochester Lodge No. 270 F. & A. tf. or in any quantity. M. will conduct funeral execiscs nt Hnrtford was well represented at tho gravo of tho late William" Willis tho Reunion Monday. deceased on the 3rd Sunday in .July For extra seed Irish potatoes late at 11 o'clock. Mr Willis was tho last tf of the charter member of tho lodge. gq to Williqma B,rq. Members of sister Judges are Invltod to Remember that 0. L. Field keeps be present. tho best buggies on the market. In answer to Kahn's big ad last Wire Screen Doors and Wire Cloth week he has given out four nice pros, tf ents in diver-war- e for; tale cheap at Williams Bros, to his customers. One each to Wm. Milligan, Lonmo Summer Dress goods go at cost Morton, F. M. Brown and n Mr until closed out, at Fair Bros. & Co. Smith livbig near Rookport. This like all others The squarest, all around place to enterprising merchant Hartford is Fair Broi. &Co. realizes that advertising pays, trade in H 'which resulted iu tlio score of 1G to 13. The boys leceived tho $10 from Messrs Johneoii & Roark and wero all Tho crowd then Miss Gracio Smith, MoIIonry, ia perfectly satisfied. visiting tho family of W. II. Burton went homo feeling much better by this week. their afternoons outing iii the lovely Jr., noar town, was giovo at the fair ground, which isono lsiao Fnitar, kicked by, a oolt last Wednesday and ofiho prettiest grounds iu the State, painfully hurt. . Mrs, L. A. King and children, Henderson, arc visiting Miss Doiilio Pliipps noar town. Morton Kuykcudoll, formerly of Sulnewphur Springs, but now of Kansas, is nt Hume tor a two muuiiii visit. Miss Richoy, dau0'htor of Rev. T. of tho E. lttcluy, of Pri.icjruu ism guest ut .Mrs. Juo. P. Barrett. .VBr. Miii Li.'e M.ro rj turned fri.n Sjlphtir Springs, Sunday where sho had beeii visiting Iter coiuin, Misj Annio Reufrow. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Taylor loft Wodnosday for Now Yoik, Boston aud other points in tlio East. Thoy will roturn in two or three wooks. Judge C. W. Massio left yesterday He will return tofor Oweusboro. morrow. can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two oithree prices) for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home.. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. Also keeps a first-clas- s 4 Liverj and COMMERCIAL BETTER KNOWN AS THE The Commercial Feed Stable, where Hotel has been jou can have jour PALME'-up under Horses Fed, and Newly Famished, t-- Rates ly fitted Meals 25c per day. East side Frcderica, between Mnin aud tho River, Owensboro, Ky, the management Milligan, rooms get the best of rigs MRS. CRAS. HOB Y, MRS. C. E. WILLING HAM,Props. newly papered and daj or night. Trial. Whvuiiirfrfromlhelrt'l.llwIiorilieUarlpp. Una Hack, KlUn.r and wonkneii, or oh.r .nyklml carpeted and many dl.raw, lllieuiuttlim, ImlicMilon, Leave jour orbenltli. (Ilrtcuche relleTM kep wnrn Klcttrlclty FREE:w1Nr.ecn1Ii,eTnTr1,.i1.?f,. cure DR.andJUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT improve- ders with modern Box BalLrlM. Trun.s M.I0. and IIMf.atl.flnl. Alio Belt iM lor jti. Coatnothlnutolry thvin, Can l rruUU'il .uit, nnd R HOUSE. I)yH-psla- $1-0- 0 , ot will you you in F.levtrlo t and J. D. Coleman, after a few days sojourn hero, loft yesterday for Saratoga, Martha's Vinoynrd and other pointstMst, whero ho will spond tho summer. i3 with tho Manufacturing Company, Louisville, and who is upending a fow days with his mother af Clifton, made us a pleasant call Wodnosday. E. P. Taylor, who Mot-ropoli- ton ments, two nice sanv pie rooms .for commercial travelers; in fact everything will be done to make the public at home. Give him a call. UK I DURTCN Battrry coinbliied, ami produce .utflcicnt Electricity to liock. Krco Mfdleal adrke. Wnt (lire walit mcaiure, price and lull particular., Addrtaa BB. JUPP. Detroit, Agents WmMwI. to guaranti-.-dtol.i- ' Mlth. To the Farmers first-clo- s Who wish to purchaso corn and fertilizer Drills and theDeer-luMowing Machine and Hay-rak- e tho best on market, can do no betP. W.Ykiser,-Hurtforter than call on, d, g Try The - r' -- Ky, For Job 'Work. i l&fciktfow; &' a - tfn fcjft a ptt&Un i .. .. - A, V -- '! 4cyf i'-- - J JT. I i. .J.- Hartford Republican " FRIDAY," J ULY 8, 1 892?" Ho SWINDLED HIS OWN WIFE. jrJTAVILLE. Since my last I liavn't ntrytliing of importance to write, except n revival of religion which conimcnccil nt Deancficld on the the 18th tilt. At first there was but littlo religious inthe good terest manifested, but brethren, Miller und B.irrett, seem to be men of untiring energy, standing on the good promises of God, and laughing nt impossibilities nml let ting their prayers and supplications asccud the- hill of tho Lord, until it seemed that the power of God wns resting on the entire community. After the meeting had gone- on several days it looked ns- - if every door in tho place was opened lor the reception of Lord's servants. On last Sunday morning a Sabbath School was organized, which promises well for the future. On account of having no house it was thought best to move tho meeting to this place, where services can be conducted in Hardin's tobacco factory. Our citizens welcome the ministering brethren nml are just making them feel nt home, and tho good Lord is wonderfully blessing his people nt and around this place, Christians aro (locking to the work, regardless of order or man, and trying to rescue the fallen and perishing ones of earth; sinners nre being convicted, mourners converted nnd God's name glorified in im part of tho land. I sec no indications of this meeting closing soon, as the brethren say they nre out for the salvation of souls of men nnd women, and just ns long as God baa work for them here that they will not leave us, nnd may God be with them in their good work is the prayer of your scribe. Kcv. Winfrey joined them Monday no nnd Kev. O. F. Hartford, of the Circuit, arrived Inst night mid preached an excellent sermon. The crowd still increases,oidcr good, Christians cheerful nnd the ministers seem to be over flowing with pure love and Xj:m.a. happiness. Ho-6i- Lrt llcr Into n "Nt'tt" Scheme nml llrnt Hit Out nr I'lrtj llnlliin.. It wiih n mean ndvnntngo to tnko of u weak, tnibtlng littlo woman, nnd ho know it, but tho fellow actually gloried in bin utter depravity nnd Blinmo. It nil enmo nhout over one of thoso Btnrtlingly realistic money making machines that you hcp In saloons nnd other place, and this is how it happened : Ho paid fifty centfl for ono, loaded it with ten now ilollur bills, und, with mnlieo in his heart, Pet coolly to work to "do" bis weak littlo wife, who ho knew had wnno money set riHide for n cold day. Wheal ho reached his homo ho locked nil tho doors, closed nil tho window shutter, noted mysteriously, Bpoko in hoarse whisper, and of course his wife became inleivdted. "Henry," fclio gasped, "what's tho "II-u-h," ho mid. with a stngo shudder. But ttlio would not hush. "You haven't killed n mnn," she whimpered. "Keep quiet, now," ho murmured, "and I'll let you in on ono of tho biggest schemes over struck." And from nn inner joeket ho drew tho infernal machine. And then tho villain ground out half n dozen crisp now dollar bills. "But those nru counterfeit," she mid. "Counterfeit nothing," ho contemptuously roinnrkod. But sho would not bo convinced. Ho Sho nrgued nnd ho argued. dnretl her to discover nny differenco between tho money bo mndo and Bonio sho had. Sho mid that sho nny difference, but then, could not sho mid, sho was not nu expert. "Now, I'll tell you," ho said; and as ho mid it ho nover oven blushed. "This money is ns good ns that turned out by Undo Sam. All there is to it you must keep dead quiet nbout it. Don't oven tnlk to yourself nbout it. Bo ns still as tho yawning graveyard. Do not oven think hard about it Now I'll let you in." And ho explained how tho $1 mncbino cost 50, tho $3 ones $100 and tho $r0 over $1,000, nnd so on. Sho hesitated and was lost. All night fcho thought it over. Sho woke him hovoritl timestobor.'-siuvthat tho scheme was all right. And in tho morning sho allowed him to swindlo her out of S.'O that she had laid nsido out of her pin money. Ho took tho mncliiuo away with him, told her thnt ho had to keep it in a snfo deposit vault, nnd now ho goes nround telling his friends, with a chuckle, what a "soft mark" his own littlo wife is on u "sure thing deal. Chicago Inter Ocean. h mutter!" Medical men can testify to tho uoroio fortltudo of mentally gifted CENTRAL CITY, KY. men in tho most trying sicknesses. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. Tho samo Bousseau whom the. veriHas just been repaired and newly est trifling contradiction or passing suspicion plunged into tho most Bomfurnished. Located closo to Depot. ber melancholy supported jintiently lunch.- - (live through long years two painful and Good meals in incurable bodily diseases. Many it a trial. geniuses regard physical pain as a necessity of our naturo, and aro resigned to it, whilo mental agony TO DO YV M'.VN r I" n'I WlttY. nrtl.. jnll men iin.l l.i.lu's ihU l.'tln would seem to astonish, to tako tlicm nml mi mi" ir'i null t.r IV- - numlrjj by surprise. lfo, Jii"tMnl mi" trnr. ir 'iml tvelirn ni of Tho celebrated Pascal, whoso mind tho floruit niilrlimMii.il inlliil Uuiiiu in tho later years of his short lifo Uluwom. uhicli will .liil inir Innru limlllif it Jim was maintained in a stato of envia- tiijo) ment limn ynn In I'1'' tr in in n ilu) v i li ble placidity by tho llrm faith ho mini'arconliiii" ImiulriiN f Iritiia iiuiii )'"'" l'ii'l',itt Iphii miiiUiUn'i hnd in tho resources of tho Christian Uitir nml I I' ti limn iir whoso body was racked t!wo nfllienppn'itCH'Xi creed, but unman wliolni not (omul ill" ir Inr nilliill) by tho toitures of protracted suffer- lierc'K llit K"l'l"ui'lH"lll'"a V'l.In O.tivir. ing, would my to those nround him IIummmh, room 1, lljlln Mnl, llnatou, .HI. wlio were afllictcd to behold his M. ngonies, "Do not pity mo; all that I liavo to do is to submit mysolf humWHEN YOU GO! 3 faWliNSBOIlO bly and jionccably." I'ALI.O.N Hogarth had an aneurism of tho heart, which ho boro manfully; but tho fatal termination of tho disoaso is mid, with great probability, to liavo been hastened by the mtiro of tdftmrm :.Tr,i " t. HKKSiHTO'l tho poet Churchill, called "Tho Apol" .' "" Chambers' Journal. ogy." liisl-chiiI xriilU-mcIIh-i1 The Temperament of Genlm. Commercial Hotel, m fflfeilP .rvysa.ra: r';ST 'iJ,' irA siti'.j.v.v.v.i'.'assia l t-- m mdV simPW 1 ILito"PN WV L.!r C5IT k . JKSSK G Werejwt L ' A j TourGrocer ..... CLAIRETTE SOAP, - SlaijdirdQuiHy . . .!IK MAKE5 WASHING VERY EASY. andWcirit..l Sells j " irj lull- i Tu- -O Are crying AJLL "lltt: mut: -- .. l trt Slesx. i m loJib. fij, MCODILSLVtflYDESmAGLElMPfOVCMENT hlANY LXCLUSIVELY ITS UWII emwg fully. ,,r!) H m .' MairJpnS Hfwejlo xamsk V&U, iU11I1!hIi CCis75fi loadaSleyCZJi PCaW. i ii V .LEiGANTLY .Xlyl-'-LE- if C.Theo.Cain, immtii.-wriL-- ill OUF? MOBYN.K.rAIRBANK & CO. vmmmm&m 6T. . mm 7Mf ,f 1 1 ..-- ACEMT 'AflVEDII, LVERYTOWN l ..c l'retty Story. II was Archio Cole's wedding day. From boyhood ho had been Into nt school, lato at church, lato at meals, lato everywhere. "I'll wager," mid his brother John, laughing, "that you can't bo tir&t oven to kiss your brido nt tho wedding!" "Oh, I'll not bo late then," mid Archie. Two hours later Archio stood with tho pretty maiden by tho flowers in the pallor of her home. Tho guests wcro seated. Tho minister rose. Archie's failing and John's prediction wcro known to them nil. Nevertheless Archio knew ho should not be lato now, for his dear old mother had made all tho guests promise not to precede him in kissing tho bride. Tho solemn vows were mid softly, nnd tho fervent prayer was spoken slowly, whilo a robin could bo heard singing on tho lawn. "Amen," mid tho minister. Archio bowed to kiss his brido; but ho paused for nn instant, ho smiled, A sunbeam stealing ho blushed. through n rift in tho heavy curtains was trembling gently on tho brido's lips. "I've won tho bet!" cried John. Tho guests laughed, nnd tho preacher, too, whilo tho victorious sunbeam danced on the hyacinths and lilies. Youth's Companion. A .vJ znr XSX33 TXZS,XOaZ3AJ?XZZ2Xl, For the fined and Most Artutie Work, any sua or ttyle. Frcdrriea St. , between Gm37 SrdamUUt. JOEEX BOmEOMME, WT1SLESA-- Tropic) ritlllTN S and nr.UiKit in ICSS:rjlSX. nml Coiifrcllonrrlra, Owonsboro, Ky. All Orders From Stages Promptly a Unded to. Slly niUmnl Monnrch, lain l'ntciM m Kva liitu Ihnn llioao irmote fiom i.iyiii.tnn. r smi mddii, iii;, ii ;. JIHilt) ul hiinitlnn u mliKc n In iwlinl nl.llll) rirciidlmiuiMiml ni'lnalcAH (ll.lhuK I AA.NS mii it hi hot nit'iiinr nilHt' tin..; uixl lofcM nr Id (Ctmililk'nl In jinn own Muio C.m'il) or Minn, nrin in Obmincil, ami nil Vi(.A.s-'.lAA icmkil to for MOIirit.il K trKS Our Mxv n iposlle tho I' S I'nk'lil (lllu'i- nml inn i.li - mm i'iif.r iP xican Mustang Liniment ' . Q A ;Y Dinnvi't falrm (ilue T'iiIkiokm ) O r.urc for the Ailments of Man and Beast. i.; WENSB0S1 i'rr. NJTIONU BANK ! U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. Security For Deposits rrAnW'1'" I ' considered a pass to commercial sucand navigation cess in authorship that if a man (who of American nnd at last he met the fate of most .might never have tiied hi3 linnd at literaturo before) could niniino to cranks, wn thrown into prison nnd stand on his head on tho point of died ofpoveity and disgrace, Gicatly Cleopatra's needlo for say twenty-fou- r consceutivo hours, ho would venerated now. Harvey was a cra'.ik on the subject very probably 1k naked to writo for somo of tho most important magaof the circulation of the blood. zines, and as piobably would receivo Galileo was an astronomical crank. offers from enterpri-in- g publishers of Fulton wns a crank on the subject books. In America ho would bo asked to of steam navigation, undertako :i series of lectures. In Morse was a telegraph ciank, France, however, tho best ho could The I'llgrnni Fathers were cranks. hope for would bo an engagement either ns waiter m somo brasserie or John IJunyan was-- crank. Any man who does not think us you cafe, or ns a "number" in tho proLitgramme of tho do, my son, is a craiiK eraturo in Franco is considered as And by and by the crank that you much a metier, requiring training despise will have his name in every and apprenticeship, as tho craft of ninn's mouth, and a half completed tho locksmith or tho jeweler. Author. monument to his memory crumbling lijr Our Women tnili' down in a (Wen cities, while nobody Many griovous reasons confront outside of your native village will mo as to "why our women fade," kuow that you overlived. Deal gentbut I shall touch upon only ti few of ly with tho crank, my boy. tho strongest. I look nt tho many is :i thing women of my acquaintance; I seo A crank, Tclcmncliu-says- , that tin us something, it makes the lines on brows "which can only-librought thereby worry, and "worry" wheels go around, it iiisuies piogicw. I tako to bo ono of tho greatest foes True, it turns the same wheel nil tiic to a woman's youth. There aro dolls time, and it can't do anything clee, hut to bo sure, who nover think, work that's what keeps the ship going ahead. or act; I do not hero discuss such vocaThe thing that goes in for variety, creatures,a but woman in her tion as sentient being. In this versatility, that changes its position a country, as in no other, do women hundred tunes a day; that is no crank, liavo to strugglo in tho effort to keep up an n'ppenranco of great wealth that is the weather vane, my son. they do not poes. Felicia Holt in nevtheless thank What? You Ladies' Homo Journal. heaven you are not a crank? Don't do riant I.nrr. that, my mmi. Maybe you couldn't be It was generally belioved in Mansu crank if you would. many years ngo field, Heaven U not very particular when seeds 0 tho Job's Tears (Coi.that the of laehry it wants a weather vane; almost any inn), if worn about tho neck, would limn can do that. But when it wants euro goiter. In Portland, Mo., and a crank, my boy, it looks about very Boston it .is thought that children teething should wear a string of carefully for the best man m the com- Job's Teal's. They aro somewhat munity. commonly sold for children to wear Before you thank Heaven that you at this critical period in Philadelphia and Cambridge, while in Pcabody, nre not a ciank, examine youit-el- f Mass., they aro generally kept for what is the great carefully and saloat tho drugstores, rA for deficiency that b.ir you from such an this purpose, but uls-i a piophylnc-ti- c election, against or euro for soio throat nnd diphtheria. Folk Loio Journal. ry -rolies-Bergereo n-- Itlll.kllr What would wo do were it not for the cranks? How slowly tho tired old world would move, did not the cranks keep it rushing along! Columbus was n crank on the subject Cranks. Tho "Trrmuro" Stnte. Xotoi-iet- , Nolnrlotj ii nil U in England so much Montana is tbolargestof thonewly uuuilin.il tuiii-- ; in mm, it i no iuiu as Washington and North Dakota larger than combined. It is tho United Kingdom of Great Britain und Ireland. It is the third stato in tho sisteihood, ranking next after Texas anil California. It contains 143,770 square miles, and is therefore tho sizo of tho states of Now York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virgiuia and West Virginia all rolled together. It is about 540 miles in length and half as wide. As it is approached from tho east it seems to bo a continuation of the bunch grass plniiiidnud which makes up all of North Dakota. But almost nil at oneo up entering Montana the monotony of the great plateau is relieved by its disturbance into hills, which giowmoro and more numerous, nnd tako on greater and greater bulk nud height, of tho state has until when been passed tho earth is all distorted with mountains nnd mountain spurs. Theso aro the forerunners of tho Rockies, which, speaking roughly, mako up the final or western third of this grand and imperial new stato. Julian Ralph in Harjier's. one-sixth one-third o n n I ry ers and Spcci-- ' Merchants ally. Interest paid' on time deposits Solicits your business LAWSON RENO, $275,000.: Accounts of Farm -- pain reliever. t almost universal by the .Housewife, the usi' l;umer, the Stock Raiser, 'ancl by ev.ery one requiring an effective liniment. Kn other application compares with it in efficacy. long-teste- d This i ' remedy has stood the test of ' years, almost generations. ' ' No medicine chest is completwithouTabottle of well-know- n -- Mustang Linimknt. Tlii" .1lot Surrrrul ltrmrJjeiirllM-oT-rrcJ- , ns It M rrrUIn In Its tflt-cl- i aoj litxt cut blUttr. ItraJ proof Uloir i : Kendall's Spavin Cure. crflt MtUfnrtlonthatl lnformouthitlhnTocnri.tlhifollon-nKilliaairrni'v.Miniildi'r Joint I, nmruro, fllllo .Inliit I. nun ni', Uorllill, l.nntrurn la lorn uui. a n working on llli..lnlnt Ocnt,-l- m Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists. and dealers have it Cashlor rut. n. J. Kttbiix I I Ijttuc Co.! Hock. Ark , Aug. M, : with tho DEAFKTEi: &, S. 1 lij nn nttpt of woiI.-ii- i. lenfiiM.i t nolioiti'il nixl tntirol) hi tinln., ntur till (tirnl, of fro!n.Mti i )r.ii luilril. IIom tho tllflii i il c ollur trrnlim-iitli- n irt.ic)it-i- l mill tin- - t'lii-- o rt'itumil.liillv oxplanuil Iniirciihr. with nrti'lut.t ni il ttlimoiitiN of unrin from prominent p. oplo miitnl fi' Wai-li- . 40 I) IHt. .4. JO.Vl'AIXi:. iontfii-nll- j trrntnl iiltitlon. l,rniiflii'.tm. ill euro Hint nil with Kendall Miavtn Curt. r It It tho l.tniniriil for manor Inait I havei"-iIt In all horw mi l. 1 own llnr.rihitlhavoworkr.lonttroriiluallp. out without )utirI.li!lmont vouM I l h. hue frltn hu1 It for r'rriilna ami lcur ! iiitm. The; lay it our I nil), llryocrufed. WELU. r. lt HfflBYi" AHORSE? J iiriiiran 1Hioki Kendall's Spavin JIONTO VllTVI, Cure. D. earn 4rc LroVcn down r.Ianr I Pi'R-iin- s om ocrwork or housuhold rebuild) the stcm, alJ ilU'Cstlou, rcnucs ex-kof bile. auJ turm umlsrla. Ui tliuetnulna Iron Hitter Si, issa, Colo , Dn. 71. 1. KriDiU, Co., Knoili ir.-- Kalli, Vt.l Ucnti-I- n ih j.ar lv,l I with Kcmlall't tipavtii Cur.1 n lluui m y ran tuml. in In of n h. u vx ami rumplttpljr liunearlr lloptioj Clio lamin-4- 4 nml run ie.t tho nilarfto-menHave wor'f-- l tin liou pttr erjr any lanieui- harl tinc.,110 iirrrr nlihvr uuleeoiinrl!fTerL'tii.Ml i tbu ilu1 lit tlithrtaIC nlUruj. in lui naniwn truly, MFGDESPECIALLYrOREXERCiSllNGANDSPEEDlNG. i. U. lOOLtV. 250 THE WEEKLY LOUIS VELLE J'rtrx St ;it hatttr, nr ill Imllln for $.'. All tlrujulmt Imrr (( or rou yrl II furi (on, or (( irlll be mciiI to nny ail. fr-o receipt vfjirlre by the inojirlt- On. 0. 1. KENDALL CO., Enosdurgh Falls, Verm'' 'f Pronounced OurBeautiful CATAL9GUE cdTheMost PERFECT SULKY CART . WhaleboNeS TocK:;;;0rv;;;-AGENT5WAN- ByAll HORSEMEN y 7S lbs. To In Use Bt m tf rtrtQN C QPU UX r V WiI-iiri- i v ll Cliumeloiin When Angry Heroine !)uik. Tho instinctive habits of tho chameleon wcro displayed even in n tiny cieftture which I picked off a pomegranate tree. It opened its mouth mul hissed to tho extent of its capacity, and when I inserted my linger in its wee but wide open mouth it bit with a foreo astonishing in such a mite, nnd it was nblo to some slight indentation with its minuto teeth nnd fceblo jaws. It beeamo immediately darker, but not black like tho grown up specimens. Otherwiso it only emits tho hissing sound, which, however, is not a true hks, but more liko tho sound produced by tho expulsion of our breath with tho tongue ngamst tho teeth. At night it changed its color, growing gradually paler as the day closed, and Incoming almost whito as tho darkness set in. If disturbed or touched it immediately became dark, mid thus remained until its anger subsided. Cor. Forest and Stream. pro-ilue- o COMMERCIAL ao Will lie sent to any address from it.x.n- city nt:iic'.i. (nni'A.VY, 200 Aortlt Second litrco:. C'tilln., I'll. now un il January lt, 1893, for twenty -- SveccntP. Campaign year is now at hainl; you must keep posted, IT IS A DI'TyTnnowrrnnr.rlfnniirnm- . mw mini. and the wnv I" do is to reatl THE llr f(l aft In jour foonvrnr.. a.lij- iiiirrlumlni Krnnomlze UOM.MEItOlAL the only true ex- W.J.. llfiUKlnn Minip, tthh Ii irprrai-n- t I ho (oT Pflvra aikril, un ihouaaiitU it tcbitr ponent of Piotection and sumul cur- win .'"'?? rency in the .South. 5.00 """SS 00 ' $2.50 SKATE) for SAM PL K CO $4.00 ffiK - Orcant itrensrthenctl and cnlan-tn- l. mi.. (lcm stopped, Loat Man hood KcatoreU, arlcxx'ele, weak tack, los of memory, dlzilnew, nerrounc wealcneu urHl br tho Irnn Jllr ItouKHllca. !l.corrboi ill tout for l0u. A urltfeii minrnnfr. At mm with . ill loxc. Fml tamp lor pnrttnilars to the - w EAK AND UNDEVEUMi? mMmwim &Lmmm. !. Pi 43.50 you with be biire to biibecribe. Aililre?!' nil letters and make all checks and orders payable to 1'ost-of-fie- e And examine it carefully 42.50 airrWa4.t!L5 52.25 42.00 I "X"1 92.00 F0KUDIE1 S2.00 LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., Lfiuiqville. - Ivv. --- --: m THE TIIK OI.IIKHr I'lloriXlll lfjll.lt In llio 4Jrorn Klicr rnnnlry It miiltliii; I'lrliirex nt Hip Inlloiilni; Inn prlcoH lor Hip ncxl IIo isintillisi One iloz. Cnlilnrl riiiitoxrupliH 8J.IK) ' I. no Tliroc r. 4y Tax Notice! Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and unpaid and as 1 have A Wiuuliiftil lit In t.1 IiIiiiimiikI and meet the settlements with State and county will necessitate promptness on your part. This June 9 1892. S. C. TAYLOR. been delayed in 'the collection for more than GO days by the Legislature, I will expect you to call on me or my deputies and settle at once. The short time that I will have to collect Tho Pontiff Aaron woro a diamond of astounding virtues. It beeamo obs scure, nlmo?t black, when tho weio in a stato of mortal sin. Jf tho guilty deserved death it red, but in tho presence of innocence it camo back to ito originul purity and 'jrillinncy. Paris Fignto, o 'S.O.C. UulMIng Imllgca-Uon.n- Necdlntj I.ADIEH a tonlo. w chlldrrn that w ant up, thmiM to It la plcaiant nnowN'H ntcix lllliouiiicu. iiittkiis. taka, cures Malaria, lair All dtolitukccjilt. CLEVELAND, O. Weeping Trt-ci-. The Leadisg Photographer. 10 Superior .St. Travelers in Washington nnd British Columbia frequently tell of seeing Fictnres In Ererj Style and Site, trees dripping with moisture- when Pictures Copied and Enlarged neither rain nor dow wero present. i i,x nt oi am f.rs . Tho strange sight is said to bo duo to A SPECIALTY. tho romarkablo condensing power of . J aa O 1 pi n 10M Main Street. tho leaves of somo of tho fir trees, 3771 U 0VtXHl0J!0,KY which, when tho humidity of tho atjjJMi Ma mosphere closely approaches tho dow point, collect tho moisturo from the ' nu" Ullt" tno (lrol)S m to tho ground, A. HiurK .lolled giving tho trco tho nppcaranco of weeping. Tho samo phenomenon is Iiiteiniu llrut. It is stated, in speaking of Maxim's said to 1k3 met with tn different species SURES NOTKtHG BUT PILES. lUHDKIiS. of trees in Guinea nnd tho Ferrn isexperiments nt noriol navigation, that ho has got so far with his motors lands. Philadelphia Ledger. Opposite Snler and noarClovorport A SURE and CERTAIN OURE known forlHyenrs nstho BEST that ho has obtained steam equal to j Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. REMEDY FOR PILES. "Ulth TlinnUi." 100 horso power with ono squnrofoot rrcplr4l7HI(lltllll!t).1.Hri.0lllllD. CO., ST.L0C1S. of grato, or rather of tho equivalent ' Hymcr Rathor a thankless task, von nMPErsiA of agrato, for ho burns liquid fuel. isn't it, writing pootry for tho pal'ie llrotrn'a Iran Dlttera. Tho heat generated is so intonso that pers! UonnioInl'lillaJrlDhU I'hyilcUm reconimanil IL Iiymor Thankless! No, indeed. noHnuaior Auton no boiler plato has thus far been All dcakra keop It. tl.00 pur bottle. OcquIm .Virpnv ir tlpuK and crowed ryd Unei on wrapper. NtWTAVRRAIiU.l.uur uiillKTUcilaiieul made thnt can stand ft. Now York Thfuika are about tho only roturns I baa get.Kate Field's Washington. Tjinos, llio .Sinallmt Kopnlillr. San Jlarino, tho littlo repuhlic inclosed with tho boundaries of Italy, c bears tho eucyclppctlic honor of tho Rinallest belf Kovorued btuto in tho world ; this, however, is a mis-takGoust, a littlo hamlet in tho Pyrencai, isoveu moio of nn ideal ropubliu than oir great bniteil States. It belongs to neither Franco nor to Spain, nnd has not to exceed twenty-fivcitizens, nil told. Thoy liavo no taxes or other public rates to pay; no mayor, watchman or other oflicinl; each mnlo inhabitant of tho ngo of eighteen yearn having equal say in administering affairs of stato. Among them thero is neither rich or poor, master or fcervant, no- bio or churl. Truly Goust is tho model republic, Philadelphia Press. bo-int- Wlii'iH tlic l'nt nf Colli ln. cunl ! At a "rainbow tea," given to re" cliiNy " l.OII 10 " Tivo Hill) IP " plenish a Sunday school treasury, n U.1 " ' " Our beautiful rainbow spanned tho room (nllpry diagonally from corner to comer. It Ami Ihvuiilj- iiiiiiIp. In HipCily tthrrp Call nml npp hip. was elaborately constructed on a tlnlyiP4 urn (JhOIKJi: W. MATH IN, fraino which had to bo put up in !1I0 Jfniii Nlrppl, Foven ructions, so largo was tho bjian desired. Delicato lined cheesecloth was drawn on in folds which blended into each other IVr")'n'( JlSOiOO Horkinli lor 'ii"! in faithful reproduction of tho pris- S75.00 10 irrfrrrnluliornn fiirnlli nlioro mul )itr their efmatic colors, giving n remnrknblo liolotlino to tho hii'iiu'!". Nparu inoim nta fect of tho actual bow of promise. mi) Iji irolitnlly (iiiii)i'ilnto, AlVu iiu'lfK In tho hall lxmcath tins unique or- in t'ilH anil titles II, V. JOIIXSON A- '(. on.l, Vn. nament soven tables wero grouped 'jr.th mul Mnln t in a wido circlo around a floral tern-plof green, each tablo sot out in its suitablo colors. At ono end of tho bow was not a pot of gold, but largo gilded pots from which lemonade wns ladled. Tho real pot of gold was in tho treaburer'K box when tho oven-inwas over. Her Point of Viow in Now York Times. g " " " 1.0(1 I. Oil OTIIi:il HIT.CIAI.TIKS In footwiar nro of theiamohlch praitp.uml rein.nt a money alu far Uond thoprlcrmlinriretl. No that uatno ami prlco uro llniurH-i- l on Ijottom of rarh llion. ... I., :i;aK.i:m.mi iisTiriTi:. OoubIiis, JlroiUiuu, Jlluaa. Sold hy W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOP f.ojL f BEST SHOE IN iP THE WORLD CR roR BOYS $1.75 $1.75 For Cataloguo and Fricos, 'Arrito tho Manu&oturora, Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIC AN, U.S.A. THE MOrfY. HOOKER & TABOR, Hosine, Ky. "Seeing: fe BeMevinor," And a good lamp IBBBk not MB ......v..., flJ tt.i. " ' I i . "-- inrAititr i wl mm Vn i&m r'(w WM sew iyw?niw mICA. (Mk must be simple; when it is simple it is not ronil. SimtiJt Jltnii'ttftlT wv.-.. o IHWI. woids mean much, but to ecu 1 lie Kochcstcr" Will imntcss the truth mnrn fnrnlilv. All nioffil tOUL'h- and seamless, nnd mnit in ll'irr ... ...... niorncVnl it iTiMar . t . 'W.a..t Willi, '. it is absolutely wcand unbreakable. Like Aladdin's oi om, u is muecd a "woncicriul lamp," for us marvelous liffllt is DUrer nnd lirirthtrr linn nc l,'n, softer than electric licht and more cheerful than either. i.ciori!iiiiimr-TnBRocnKsTtR. irthetampdeakrhMa'tthecmrilno RoeliMter.nnJ the lle ou waul lead to u. for new illuilraied and e will hiu joh a limp tafily tv choicu oi over aul" irarietiM from the Largtit Ump Store tnlht ll'oiU. ' jtuunuamu I.A3IP CO., 42 Park Place, rew York Cr. viPiflv $mw IS THE BEST. W "The Rochestetv1 .j- - .j- MttkJt . .i.tcum0, por. viim jnnnfcii r.ALir qo. r, n?,mim) "unit- DOCTOR Agents Wanted! II. A. 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