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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THD FOURTH N CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Fer Annnm, la Aim:!, $1.25 per year. m. Stats Directory av.ni.r Ij.nt.nBul J.trnr ii.ir.tarj elStal. Atl.raeT li.urrnl AN.Il.r Tr.AMir.r ArfJntBBt ssnfi VOL. IV. j HAllTFORDJKY., FRIDAY, JULY OWEN3BORO. I 15, 1892. NO. 50 tVG. WASHINGTON. Briof Sumrmry ot' tlio Poo- plo A bout tho Niition's Capital. J, , V. Ilrnwn M. (I. Alf.irH Laui' l.Rle. (len.ial M.ft. rutiii. ihkiiiitiinii Cl.tk Plie Printer R.litrof lleidlcy W. J, lie udrirk I. (INiirin.in Unit lluln II. II. Snuiigo . J. (!lo- 1:. r. Tiioui.on . 1.' AiMbiiib I'ulk Jnhnmi Jn.5. l'.tiiiii.aapallli'a ni.rk .dNe,fftnti. Olrriill (iiil Hip Altoriipy 4 lit alnndiy In May Ine Noc I' lUnlttii k l.Pl.tlti. eiiiaalloiier it cc-c-iTc- ess-its- . J Pllarrcll r11',.'''11; Ail.ru.; clrrk.... BUrltt Jnll.r laiiilr.i.TPa.alii j .r ."t"," ..H Ilowun M Monday ..I I' loniMiii in each inuntli l!Tn)lr GS'STXi'S. HVJ.Tt.Z32ZX.X-- S 4'etitt pinrene Hi. 3rd Monday In Juntiiir;, iklil, Jul; .ml Oi'lnlvr. laauary. . Ccvxrt of I'.nrl begin. Hi. I"! Monday Cla-lma- in lMol-- r mul jtrs-rzcas'- coTrzvra. " Man h, June, HcptcnUr ppualtplht naiic. A' Turner, A, 4,4, 4, 1J Mr Kindle; 4, J, 3, J. W T) coiihiuoi. y. T. Slclfli., 18, IS, IC, 10. A.H. K.ukii, 14, 14, 14, vaeaani-- . T. li. W ll.oii, ruliolaliir. I K.Mi. Miller, t, I, 1, I. J Cll.tllW", , J, J, i LI I. t4 Jmtic.'i r.url. h.ld prlit In I. (j IV Pa)nei'eiilalip, Iiiir.i. il'eiry Ileum It, 7, , 7, 7 a, , A, 6. hi' . in W I. r'lilk.rMiii. , Wa.klw.iril, U II W r M P Miller p.iiMmMp. M. II. II. tl II, II, II, II. lloae coii.table. Aulr), II, In. .Hjer, in, , , I. ,. - iwr.ra. Cii..ii..-r'.iMiiui. lu.-Biar.h.l. N I'nllrp (oiirl. P W A J J Mil h.ll, Judge; Taj lor, f I, Daniel, Judr,.; J J I. Ilili,Jii'le; J IUvUn, Judga; W lunlel, llollin, lli.tr. t..i-ui.r.li.l. U' rilminn". .hat.WI.Lil ll.ltl. Ill.il. 0 CrHrr, ju.Tiw; ..iv..- -l laftl.lt. I, Olhrr 4'oiiuly 4Rlrpm. ir.;..r i.M.t.r A....I Mu.riilniriil I r.r.i.r J" J IIMNon I'arrntl "" W llra.llp; rri.'f Ihlr.l and V. K. 'liiirh.inlh.-Sal r.arlkaauHaJ ilixacli montli. H.I.UIIi-vIiimi- I Siinda; lii.rninR. lift. K. h, a'ol"k f ..r; Pala.Pa.t.r. ai'rainaln'ttu-li- . Itn J.H. Otfinaii. funrtli '. I, t'hnrrk. hrriw llr.t an.l n' IckIi aa.aa.r in racli hiikIIi. MI.IiIi.m IkmiI at 9 r; Hun. t'hirfh,i'l.)-!'ri'aj'iuorninj .n.l night. k..l.Sll.H'lionl at a. m. ll.r.B HMiau. r.at.r. tlT flr.t n Alphr rtHMlUI. l lima ftiia.l.) ni.ruliil and milit. .. m. R.r.J J. H'lniu l'a.lar. al..'rlik M. (ril.)-rVrHal.l.alli-acliuo- W.I ami KillKta;. pllalCliHrrli. Hall0.-lnn- riiora arruiul Halnr. l rlHJ Slimla) rtr. l'a. t.r; fciinJa; in.rninc, ltr...li. T. Mi'lMnal iiitwiikn LOUSVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, Sleeping Cars4 PULLMAN BUFFET FltOM AND TO t.nlllNVlM.K.NKMI'lllN.VIt'HNIIItll MATO.X ROir.nnil Tin XDH 4UII.KANT, Thft K.n Quick and Desirable Route TO AND 1'KOM York riillntli'li)iln llltiimiro Ki.liinittiia Norfolk Old I'ulnt Cxtulnrt r.icliiiiuiirl IIiiUmIh Clcvoliiiid Talodo Cktragn I Estern and Northeastern Points Meinilila Vlckrl'iirg Union Itiiil Cini'iniati I.oiiWtIIIo iullaimoli aad Vetr Orlrioi. Molnlv l.lttU Itotk Hot Wprliift ami pjlnls in Vrt Ttfiincs-- r Tpx:i Arkim.ua .Miiinipii l.nnUinim mid tlie South and fiouniwjiST. li. u it tli.roiiRlily eqmiipml anil In Irat.las. conrlilloa.and )iroTl(ton xcoI-nt trraiigcinriit in limo und tlironh onr T A rKATUW I. ovidunt tlmt llio Diiiiiiicrntic mnjorily of tliu Hou.-- o intuiiil In i:i"s tlie lieu fciiiiiigo liill. Thoy wiy it i.s ncccnry for Ilium to tin ni in onlcr to rpliiin their liohl upon a iiiitnlicr of (ongrcititinl ilistricid in the We-- t nnil Soiitli, mul they roly upon CIovcImihIV anil ant vcr ffliilinieiiU lo fiivo them in the K:it. It will not ho (lone, however, without a hitter parliamentary fi;ht, ns .Speaker rip Iiiih pivrii tho cilvcr men aMiiranee.'i ot hU iti tent ion to aid them, there i little or no ilouhtofthe linal result. It is rpgnnleil as certain that the Pres ident, who has tnken advantage of the wrangle nvor the hill in the IIoiie to curry Mr.J. Ilariijim lo the Adiiondaekn, will veto it. While the resignation of Chairman Campbell, of tho National Committee, if generally regretted by Republican", there is no evidence here ol the by HnsitionalI)eiiiocratic newspaper to exit among Republic mis by iciHou of that resignation. The new Chairman will be by the new Kxcciitive Committer, and it goes without tayiiig that the pplec-tio- n will be a good one. The Demo-oernt- '' will discover before long that this campaign is to he faught on n great principle and not by or for auv or.e man. Senator Aldiieh this week i'ltrodiic-ofor the a concurrent limit adjournment of Coiigie.-so- n .Inly 'JO, but ho lins little hope that it will get away as mioii as that, unless a great change taken place very coon. A good deal of nonenc it being talked about the probability of the election being thrown into the llouo because of the defection of the Silver States from the Republican ticket. Tew people can be found here who honestly believe that the voters of any State heretofore Republican will prefer Weaver or Cleveland to IlatrNon; but, allowing for the sake of argument that Mr. Harrison should lo?e all of the new State and the live Michigan voten, and hold the other States he earned in 1S8S, he would get 2'J."i electoral voles, which would he two more than would be ncccesarv to elect him. .Much of this talk about f throwing the election into the Iloti- cornea iinni the Democrats who are inclined to favor the free coinage of Hilver of the poihilify of the llnii-- e which, when voting by States, would he controlled by the Silver men, electing n free coinage, if there is a failure to elect in electoral colloge. Had tho Omaha Convention put up a mini capable of inspiring Nation al confidence, this talk might have influenced n number of Republican voters, hut the uomiu.i-tioof Weaver has made it deader It than a last year's birds-nes- t. whether a single Republican could he lotind, no matter what his opinion about silver any bo, who would ho willing to throw tlie election into tlio Ilou-even il that body was pledged to elect a fiee Coinage man; as a, factor in the Presidential election is dead Weaver killedit; the light is to be a straight one between Harrison and Cloveland, Protection and Free Trade.and cveiy man who cists a vote for the People's Party ticket simply throws it nwav. 11, ",)'2. -- Il is well-known coin-motiole n e, July li tlir time nnd cnnvtnlcnoc curpd by tlie l.unltpd Kxi're Trnin. Om.Y akuiiit' Rinie lictwccu JjoiiJjtIIIo tni Uempliit, and tin licit nnd qiiickcit larrico Vrtwuen tlio two citlc. over offered, TlrU la,Tlin.'TUpa and all dealrpdinrornm-wurcIINC1 by ail)liiK lu W. tinu Attn it at Bpnvpr Din,r ,OUIM f. d For all tlio little ills mid worri-mo- nts of Chihlrtm, Dr. Feniur,s Soothing Syrup is superior to all Warranted to .satisfy or others. For s.ilo by li. money refunded. IS It H. Mean. NIIII.OirN JATMtltll Huldli) llfin.-.l).- W.R.Fto.tT.Ce&'l Piss. A7tLo.iiTille. St, C.lliinli, IMplillicl .. W'njiiiillrllllu.t mul t'.ui. llo. .OVIITlLl,R, AtT. TEX. K. K. ItiiiTillt, St. Louis I Texas ailnj. A Pish Caught Him by Til o Too I'.xi Inline) A most inruhir accident befol A. M. Moore on tho fourth at K.tlo Mooro with a party of Lake, I.T MIlEimi.K I.t. Uularlll. Wt.tPulat IN KFFf.CT WEST BOUND. NdV.1, 1MI. No.M, KilAI, Itaily. Dally. a. in. a. in. p. in. Jisop. m. S.U7 p. in. 8 :i7 p. in. mil p. In. V.4C p. in. 10.10 p. m. O.M 7:4 v.17 ,H I. K 81" several others, went into camp at the lako on tho oveniiifrof tho !ld. On ln.'l a. in. tapa.n.poit tho moriiiuir of tho lib Mooro with I"a. in. tlOTerp.ri his fishing polo waded out ton lor HawMTlll. Uilla. m. lltMu. in. lo.Mp.iu. on tho lako, wlmrti ho sat down. Ilo Uwl.porl Ow.iillK)ru... Ui Up. in. 11:11 p. til. While, uiovinfr his was barefooted. .04 p. in. l.M p. in. Hptillai III. Ar. H.aH.r.e lip. ni. HHOqyn. loft foot to and fro in the water a No. 54, No. Si, largo fish, supposed to bo a black BAHTfUHINI). Daily Dull;. bass, niiido i sudden liiue and grab, 7:15 a. in. 3: ltn. hi. I.T, Il.ad.rau. bed the too in its mouth, sinking 7i.IT a. ni. ss'in'. 'IkiIi.tIII . 1:27 a. Il. 4:& p. ni, Oana'oro his tooth into tho flush to the hone. . Iwliport .fla.ii 6 Wi. III. llnw..illr...... ,,., . 5,5.1 11. II). 611 l, lir Mooro nillod from tho log into tho , in, 6.57 p. lu, . 10:01 wntor, which was waist deep. Ho Co.rprt . 10:20 a. in. U:U p. in, BUplfraaporl wndod to the shore, tho bass still cling. ll:(iia, in. 7;(V1 p, in, Irria((. a...... . II: a. in, till p. in, ing to histoo. Hraad.n.urx In tho shnllow water I'i li p, m, S.M p. in, W..t Point Mooro gathorod tlio fish and pried . l.M p. in. O.Oi p. in. Ar. Iialuill. Tialaa No. Al and ko. II inak. coiinpclion at open itH mouth, tho fish escaping Irrlaffaa (Suada; eietfit.d) villi train, nu Uiula. into the water Tho too wosso badly Till., l1arJlaUirir A W.atrra It. R., cast and lacerated that Mooro is unable to w.at boaad. For fnrllif r Inrnrinitlon, aildrraa II. U, MOIIDtlB, Rwi. l'a'r Ag'l. and tho member will walk IdIiti1I, K;. have to ho amputated. probably Tlraiid.iiburf IriinKtin B.K a, in. 1 1 , to-tl- a.lla. in. ill BKOWR'S IROSI B1TTIUU ALMAWAO ror MUX Contain. On. Haudrwl K.clp.. (or malt and lu d.llcloua Caotay Iclienply away quickly ui drug alhoiu.. Thla boolc gleu and Ktaeral itorea. liy lnilltfi-.tlni- i Allt; YOU MAIIi: Ciinalipalinn, Iiiiino, u. nl A "t it'". Vi llmv n Hillhe rnro .SIiIIoIi'n Vitnliirr i Hklnt Bold hv Y. Wii;iip(lrllll.i X llro. funny things hut it was entirely too LEITCHPIELD. 1'llOFEHSWNAL CA HI). think the Democratic long to bo rightly appreciated. July (Ith. Tho fourth was very Convention, nt Chicago, recently A Brief; Outline of tho Stato Tuesday's Ecseion began nt 0 o'clock pleasantly spent hero by attending ATTORNEY' AT LAW, wrote its Will, or inthcr wr.ito its two in order to complete the entire proa festival given for tho bonrfit of ToaoKora Association Hold Wills. The most important one. as gram, the whole tn cnndutlo with n tho M. E. Church, which wns n HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. at Paducah. J considered by .'112, who were for Prohatujtiet in the evening nt the Palmer grand succes, so far as numbers, but itfl.tf. ni rN. J. U, WKtiMNn, tection, was opposed by filil in favor Hotel. i.oiji.st n.i.i; m:xt vi:aii. I don't think it decreased tho Church 6s 'VvrecidirLtrT of "Free Trade" Will ami now the x The speeches and papers of debt very materially, but every body As you, are aware wo left home have been very good, but nothing DeinociutH nre beginning to boast, had a good timo nnd wo have HARTFORD, KY. boastingly that Cleveland has been eaily Mofulay morning for Paducah seems to call for especial notice, exunderstood that, wns what (Offloo, otcr Amir roii'a Rita ir.) nominated tho third time and in a and nrrivtSl there at WiO o'clock in cept tho paper read by Prof. Will praitlco Dielr o liuill tho fourth was inndo for. Ohio nnd ndjoiniujt counties, nnd viiirtorAip-alpretended, bo.i-llmanner say that company Jwith u large number of Rhoads nt the SuperintendThere was no firing of big guns Sprvuil .iltenlion (men tn cnnun.il practice and collection, vn'ly 'such n thing has never been done teachers, lainong who, was Prof. ents session which convened nt 2 when tho news of tho nominations at llTioads, of Frankfort. We o'clock p. in. nt the High School by any party in tlie history of 7smn.es j&.. Omaha was received, but I think the this country." No that's a truth and were mot at the depot by members buildiiK,'. This was a most excellent wore well pleased to of tho roepption committee who con. paper nnd set forth the needs of a Republicans that's just Hie reason I lliiuk Cleveknow that (ienernl Gresham could us to Prof. Mcllroom's oflicc proper course of study for our comHARTFORD, KY. land will ho laid in tho shade next ducted bo hoodwinked into tho nomiWill practice h'l profeolon In Ohio nnd adjoinwhere we were enrolled and assigned mon schools and offered the best plans not November. nation and serve ns n tool to divide ing counties, nnd the court of Appeal., npecia Attention The Democrats talked very fciir-- homes for the week. li en to collections. for meeting this long felt want. Af- tho vote of Indiana with Harrison, Otfic nortlt aide puMic square. tJ 7l Next? morning wo went hack to the ter its reading, the remainder of the fuliy a few years past that the Repub. In Indiana tho Third Party is only fttit-'building m company time was taken up in its discussion. licnii party would shortly fall into public K. I. OUKKV. II. I). ItlNGO. trying to weaken General Harrison, the idea of, and mfsiuiu: tho form of with a lady of the committee who conThe sentiment of this paper embodied cSc as was nuido plain by tho way thoy Now n Monaichy. where are the ducted us through the rooms where the in a resolution was afterwards unanpersisted in tho effort to got Gen. Democrats diifting? Arc they not children's) work was on exhibition. imously adopted by the Association. Gresham to consent to their demands, Will practice In nil cotuta of Ohio Anriaiijoinini To give you an adequate idea of winding towards .Monarchy? A resolution distinguishing between count lea, nnd in Superior Court nnd Court or and all legal lulnes nttrndea this display would reijuiro more tact school districts, in allowing one a but tho finest part of the proceedis the third time the DemoThis to. (Jllk e, No. 9, over Anderapii'a lltuiar, Hart2Tly crats have nominated the same man, and a great deal moic time than wo longer school term than another be ings wns in framing the Platform in ford, Ky. ami if in the couisc ot human events can now command. Suflicc it to say cause such district contained more two, and adopting tho tail end nnd the Cleveland should be elected, which is that no one who examined this (lis j pupils, was repeatedly voted down as recommending tho first part to the ATTORNEY AT LAW, not at all probable, will they not play ca lack for plans for the im- it should be. The idea of our school people, at the same time they claimNow could want to nominate him the fourth, provement of their pupils or for the system is not to favor one section ed to bo tho peoplo. Thoy don't fifth nnd sixth times? Who knows? methods to keep tho smaller employed nioro than another, nnd any law that thoy not adopt it all. It look them just '!' minutes to while they lire busy with other pupils. gives one child n longer school term expect, or will they try to carry any Many school supplies were also on than another, violates this principle of tho Southern sthtes? No not ono. read their platform and the LouisWill thoy try to carry any of the ville Times says it's a "straddle.'' One exhibition. Among those we noticand should he repealed nt once. Northen States? Yes why? To faction wanted, ami now want" "Free ed particularly, because so badly After adjournment nt 3 o'clock p. (OfflcolnCrowder Building.) beat Harrison. Trade" and the other faction wants I needed in our school rooms, n "lobe m., the electric street cars were col......... Will lirnnftnAl.l. nuK.I.. 1.. .11 !. lUUI IH UI ..... '...v... i inn and a cac of maps. The globe was lected at the Opera House to take the is not improving much Ohio nud ndinininj; coiinliea. nil I1IU JVolnrr Our town Protection. One faction wants Free AIno Public vintili Coinage of Silver and the other wauls maue io lepiescni me r.uary .no - Association on a free U mill ride out this season, only ono good house to leave the Monetary system as it now tion of the earth in Us revolutions. It to tll0 purk t,cll lmck all(i ollt nil0t,. going up so far, that of Mr. Hill's --MT 31j. is So wlmt shall they do? What also had ii daylight circle attached er streut t() 0ak Grove Cemetery, tho Boot and Shoo man, but it will A'lTORNEY AT LAW, and by this means tho reason for the i3otI, ,)f can they do but stiller defeat nt the lcsc plncM wcr(1 very 1)Call. bo n daisy too Brick with a difference in the 'cngtl. of days could uflll ml(1 polls next Novemhei? .;,, basemont. t0 my wo cjove(1 thc Will In ot Mr. A. K. Stevens-oiit map oi every would convey but little of the pleas nominee for no it'itiiiiy seen. Prof. Coylo's school closed hist Ohio nnd ndjnlnhur. profession nndnil tho Courta of In the Court countica, said, leganling country with a map of the world wore ure derived from the occasion. the AppenK Special nttent inn men tocollectlon. Monday. Ho had a good attendtheir platform, that it was even long arranged in a case on spring rollers At the evening session Prof.Stnuks, ance from start to finish and some of Office, oer Wllllama, Hell A CoV driitfidorii. er than necessary to enumerate the These maps could be let up and down ... .Miidisoiiville, gave a chalk talk tho prettiest young lady pupils im... abuses ol Republican Legislation. ... , , .... wi,;t., was very instructive. His aginable. Every timo I mot a covoy therein nnitpnl Now, that's all there is to it. The else could bo tlo.-.speech was illustrated by off hand of them on tho street 1 could not only thing any of them propose do- ing the maps from dust or other sketches that were 'ery beautiful nnd got myself to think 1 was more than ing, during the canvas's, is to abuse things likely to injure them. As wo served to make an otherwise dry talk eighteen for several hours afterwards. somebody not to do any good to the examined these thing we could not very interesting. After this the AsFarmers report the best wheat In a won! help wondering how many children sociation repaired to the banquet. country or her people. crop, over harvestod,ovon in Grayson N.vML'.sr. had been robbed of va- -t opportunities The toasts made on this occasion tliov want to get in but corn quite backward. Fruit n by having school life rendered dull-anwere very good but the oue wo liked fair average. The berry crop good. mi iruii;;i'A'ii,"ii li .liuu mid Interim uninteresting by not having the best was responded to by Mr. H. H. .".! 1; 'A. lYi'1.' ill and fin p. rliiiin May. ncci'.s-ar- y llin. Wa.Mii' (i it'll. things to render it other Carothers, of Louisville, "School m wise. A school with a conscientious Ma'ams.'' It was mousing to hear WHY Wll.l. YOUccmiMiuhenSlillftli'. Cue KINDEItHOOK. teacher supplied with such maps, his reference to the change from the will KlM'liiiiiHili.itc" rillt'f. Price 10 ct., Ail eta OFFICE OVER RED FRONT and SI. Hold l,y Z. Wajno (Iritlin llro. July (i. Once more we are permit- globes and etc., as are to be had at he to the i that has tukeu place in aav.a Is prepared to do all kinds of ted to wiitc n few lines lo your paper. nominal cost, will not bo wanting in in- the gender of our teachers. He was SELECT, Dental work at reasonable prices. lint are ipi.te surprised to note the centives to bring out the best eliorts at loss to know how the he's were to e'uin0'e there lias In oa within the lust of the pupil. July 5. Harvesting is the order of If the Schools of'Onio regain their old position but advised few months, and to know that Mr RogA. J. SLATON, M. D., county hail such ndvantngeswe would tho old bachelors to ask some school the dny. P. F. Westerfield, T. L. Koynl, C. ers is editor of this wonderful paper, be surprised at the rapid strides in ed- ma'am that night "to go with them & is a great delight to his many fiieuds E. Royal and Ellis Baize, of Fords. ucation it would And the long wny." take. Formerly of Millaood, now located at The noble ediwho wish him well. ville, attended tho i.eunion nt CromorTera hia urnfe aional aervicea to the pe.pl. what is to hinder? We have a superThe Association adjourned to meet well rs, (Invysnn nml vljolnin collides. Office in tor, with his energetio Monday. intendent1 endowed with the power (the Dr. Hadcn property.) 33ly next yea i at Louisville. From the will no doubt publish the best paper The Reunion at Cromwell was well to bring about such n change, but is success of this meeting we hope for in Western Kentucky. he willing to incur tho censure be much from the next meeting of tho attended Monday some where between SECRET ORDERS. T. L. R.iird, wife and two children would be likely to receive from a Educational Association of Kentucky. 5,000 and 7,000 people present. visited fiiendj and relatives at Ca Died, ut this place very suddenly great many old fogies for doing his While Ohio county was better rep- on Cicero Maxwell neyville Saturday and Sunday. 25th. ult. Mr. G. T. Stewart, nn Kentucky, mcctantCamp, No. SS, Daparlment ol best for county and for his State? resented, nt this HarlIord,Ky.,aecond Saturday meeting than her old and McLean, Miss Rhoda Hipsley, respected citizen. He wns fu each month at 1 r. h. We believe he is brave enough to sister counties, it was not represented C. M. IUsxctt, Captain. Mi.-- s county, is visiting her cou-in member of the Green River BapJa. I,. Itot, Bcrgimit. .make such a self sacrifice. as it should he,nrns it ought tr hi next S.ivilla Ward, at this writing. tist Church nnd wns well beloved by At ten o'clock we lepaired to the year. It seems wise nnd right for our G-- . ua.. IS. Alex Ii.it nett, who has been sick nl! who knew him. Opera House wlurc thc initial meetInstitute this summer to select tit for tlie past week is, we ate glad to J. Wt.aGo.sr.il. Tost, No. , DepartaieQl of Mr, Lntiinore was tried before his ing of the Association was to be held. least two of our most thorough going Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock state, able to be out again. honor, Esq. A. S. Kcown, for cut- r. h., in I.eltchfielU, Ky, On tho stago sat the nflicers of the teachers, who, with our SuperintendAfter perusing tho columns of last l'.S. IlRi'Mg.Com. ting in sudden heat of passion, one Association, the board of Education ent, shall attend the mooting of this 8. A.McShirt.AcIJ. week's Herald we sto that we were Mr. Htirgrave, and wns ncquitted on of Paducah, and the orators of the Association, anil whose duty it shall not mistaken in thinking that Dr. the grounds of selt'defeii6o. PnrTti-- i Moiitox Post No. 4, Departmentof Tho meeting w:i9 called to he to try to get as many of the teachhis road to Oweushoro occasion. I'ii'tlii was on inecta every Saturday before the accond W. P. Austiu lost n fine young order by President, C. II. Dietrich, er of Ohio county to attend as possiat In tho at 10 as he passed through Kiudcihook mule nnd mare by lightning n few Sunday Ky, o'clock A.J.h. CuAvaiaim, P. C. C. Hartford, Hnpkinsvillc, wdio introduced the ble. It would be well if the Institunot long since. M. Ili.uop, Adj. J. days ngo, valued, respectfully, nt 895 Rev. i'e nro informed that U. C. Har- divine W. E. Cava who invoked the tes of each county would do likewise. mid $05. blessing upon the Association. Let us think about it until the time nett went to McIIenry Tuesday on D. A. Royal left for parts After this Hon. E. W. B.igby, was and select two or more of Ohio counbusiness, and also leain that he has introduced as the orator of the occa- ty's most experienced teacher to rep- unknown to us. Wc wish him sucbeen employed to teach the fall a jrJXi5sr J5 sion to deliver the address of welcome. resent us nt Louisville next summer. cess, wherever ho niny go. school at that place. Birch Shields was in town Sunday, This mldrcss was a most cloijuent and Most nt the teachers left Paducah The glorious fourth is past and scholarly tribute to the cause of ed- Thursday morning but Mrs. Wedding, the guest of Miss Laura James. theie weie sevcial of our good peoVrTol Lee Roynl nccompnnied by ('. E. ucation in general and the teachers of Miss Townsend and your writer re.'byxIclianB Coitlilat Cure. Z ple attended thc Reunion at CromRoynl, Fordsville, pnid his father, SiDAUivu-LK- , Kentucky in paiticuhir. This ad- mained until Friday spending ThursHamlUon Co., Ohio, June, 1839. well; among the names ot those well Oue mirable address will be published in day sight.sceing about Pudncah. Wc Rov. II. V, Royal, n visit S'nturdny, eurod bottle of l'a.lor Koanlv't Nerve Tools me entirely, alter pltyaiclana had tried remembered were as i'ul'ows: E K. nuaucceaafully for uioathi to reUeve we of the Cournnt and many other papers left Paducah feeling very kindly to Sunday nnd Monday. nervoua debility. Tinsley, R. A. Anderson, 0. II. ElW.HUKNNKI'ELD. P. F. Westerfield and Ellis Baize, Hon. I'M Porter ward tho peoplo of that place and so of tho State. Uniostillk, Mo., January, 18UL lis, J. A. Anderson and wife, 11. N. I can sincerely any that Pastor Koouig'a Nerve Thompson responded briefly and fit- glad we were fortunate enough to Fordsville, spent Sunday with 1. 0. Coombs and Misses Ollio and Sudic Toulo baa acted wonderful; tluoo my boy comtingly, after which a vote of thanks attend the most successful meeting in Royal nud family. menced to uao It ha lut. not luul tho atlgbteat Anderson. All report a pleasant aymptoma of fit. and la getting stout and was extended by tlie Association to tho history of Kentucky's Teachers aurprtsed at the reault. I have no wedding to report nt hourly;1 eery on. U eight time. had bought bolflee of medicine Mr. Bagby for his eloquent address, Association. Git.vxtA. from Now York at H.w) per bottle which did no Uei'ore closing we wish to thunk , but think I will have soon. present good. DKNN1SJ WALSH. - a. Alter eome routine work Mr. C. II. A. L. Mr. Rogers for his nice treat Monday. Kins. a Cm, Mo., Oot. 8, "JO. Carolhers, Editor Educational Cour- Woman, Whisky and Horses. Uaod Tattor Kocnlg'a Nerro Tenia for uerr. fellow mid makes Jo, is a wholo-soul- cd onaiiosa and general debility, and wna greatly Itrml'l nnt, Louisville, read an admirable paTHKIti:V. UKU.II.TIIAYKK, ofllolirlon benefited by aaiays. It bad tun dcslrvd effect. friends wherever he goes. Looking Sam Ilurdett comes before the pub- Ind., aayat "Iloth inyncll and wife oxe our" lle Mlitt. UK), k. UKEKN. per on University Extension, It was forward to the next fourth of July MifciiiMiirM t'oxrumrriox lic with a newspaper nrticlo on Kentki:. A Vnlm . o Hook an Norvoua a well written paper and Mr. Cnro-thc- r's K.ldl; .. Wii)ii(lrittin A Urn. io and tho Reunion, which will he held fine horsal.o obtain and Hmr patlonta FREE iJl.caao. .em treecan anrauare... tone and delivery innilo it tucky's "beautiful women, .I1UIUV. Ilia MIUM1C1I1U IIUQ at Hartford, I nin Daisy Dkani:. We again es and seductive whisky." Thla remedy haa Iweu prepared by the Reverend ite Some fancy tho charms of tho doubly attractive. wayue. jnu. amce lotatawi Koonia'. f'astor pr pared ot rort underbladlmctlou brth. protest against Kentucky women bemaid, During the afternoon tho subject SULPHUR SPRINGS. ing classed with horses mul whisky. Of ethereal form nud languishing eye, KOENIO MED. CO., Chicago, III. The picnic hero last Saturday was Psychology as adepted to tho needs of Who faints in tho sunshine and Kentucky women nro the most beautold by Drucelat at tU per Dottle. OfbrM, a howling succes. our Teachers was discussed, Prof. E, .droops in tho shade, IdtrcoUUe, 81.75. 0 Bottle, for SO. tiful the earth affords, Kentucky Muir A Haynes.tho photographer, C. Fox in his speech on this subject And always "just ready to dio." whisky is the best that is mnde, nnd are here at present taking some good said some- things that wero well calBut givo mo tho girl of tho sunM0IT II qullTRT. nsninaurr. Kentucky horses' tho most perfect culated to displease u gieat many of pictures. shiny face. that grow, hut if Kentucky's Women The blood in whoso Toins courses Miss Nclho Thomas, of Rowling our teachers, Mr. Fox seems to think nro no better limn her whisky healthy and free, tho comnimi school teachers are not . as, (.ircen, is tlio guest of her brother, had better quit nndborses, we With tho vigor of youth in her sufficiently advanced in their studies Fityhugh. Let us quit bragging on them. movements of graco, toMrs. Lucy Tompkins, of Owens-horn- , to study Psychology.Thiuks wo aro this ungcutlcmaiily, wanton and con- Oh, that is tho maiden for me! CREAM tally dependant upon tho city teachis tho guest of her mother, Mrs. temptible practice of comparing our Sho is the girl to "tio to" for life. ers for ndvico and decision on all M, Morton, noble women only with our horses woman The sickly, complaining Wo were points of controversy. Mioses .Minnie. Rcnfrow mid Kate They cither deserve and whisky. bo nu object of lovo and pity, impelled to respond to this may strongly YEARS FOR Giig.sby nro visiting at Spring Lick. moro respectful treatment or nothing alio cbases to bo n "thingof beauspeech by saying soiliething in defense The papsr tlmt persist in but Has led all Worm Romedlos. at nil. Mrs. T. II. Anil, Auburn, Ky., ot our teachers, but timidity preventthus slurring the. women of tho State ty" worn down by feinalo weakness EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. and will be will arrive hero ed us at the time. However wo hnd should bo banished from tho houseand disorders, subject to hysteria SOLD EVKKYWIIEUE.HT.tOtla. a ID. CO,, of A. S. Anil's family. the guest lady in and n martyr to bearing-dow- n hold of over tlie niiiiortiiiiitv. mded liv Mm pains. rnp.r4; RlUUUDSOl.Tmoit Several of our people attended tho vineiiH' nri'iinionts of the whnln snnl. AVClltUCKy. Dr. Piorco's Favorite Proscription is Reunion nt Cromwell, Monday and all ed Miss Lucy Townscnd, to give htm sure euro for those distressing A Danvilio Verdict. ro TUB lI.O"D, Cromwell report a pleasant time. WmltncKi. Malaria. iduTMUOU all his to understand wc considered Mr. Josku Dunn writes as follows: complaints nud will transform the knows how to entertain her guests speech inapplicableto our teachers "I have used Quinn's Ointment for For aalo feeble, drooping sufferer into a It enrea quickly. genuine b- - all dealer! H Three- cheers for Harrison, Roiti, . ihi tho last twelve months oil thorough. medicine nud our reasons for so thinking. Woodward and Slovene; no more nt Curbs, nnd Splints, healthy, happy, blooming woman. .. pin, Windpuffs, ' It I. ia iiui'ii. fniti.fl " ITrtrunittun Louis XIV. present. andWhlikarSaMta to givo satisfaction in Merwin, of St. Liuis, occupied the biU)l,ld not bo without it. It would Guaranteed cured at homo with, out riu. book ol par wilii A XANAI, I.VI WTO It fnr time. During his speech he said , suoiu as if Quinii'a Ointment was every case, or money paid for it reticular, lent rBKM. HiMifSlillcdi'a fiitnrrli llrinpily. n.M.WOOLLKY.M.rjL mita ' many gonod things nud told many an investinont. funded. Hold I.; .. M'iijno drifllii i llro. Juno 28. TEACHES- ,r , G-loxi--n to-d- ay MLm-,WaV'3K-o-M- r ays Mc-Hen- ul y Attorney at Law, Sraitli, O-viff-- Kingo, Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfield Attorney at Law, 111 Heavrin, , Hartford. Ky. I I il l .V DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, l.eilch-Mel- type-sette- e, Sons cf "Veterans. n, Cniirt-lloua- court-hom- o H mm, H DtDUqj; tiv i -- piti-X'i- lily-wh- WORMS! WHITE'S 20 VEMLFME g I I 1'rli-o- l. ( OEuin Hartford Republican rum.tsm:i i:vi:nv ntttuY mounixo. IMitm itrict jw. ii. iton:its, rprilr. 1.. FK1DAY, JULY Hi, 18!l Republican Ticket. ril!Hr.NT, HKNJAMIN llAUUlSOS. Of Imlimin, VOU worked as a tailor in J,oudoii for ' tended the Ucunion at Cromwell tliu ' ruiil time. mniiv vears, and I know what I am Fourth, all icpoited a (!eu. I). ('. Iltiel and daughter, am oppo-eii" talking about. every honest, intelligent man must Mi"" Nannie, weie the guest" of Mrs. afternoon, be, to the Central Labor Union en- - Fox Int Thiir-dn- y John Ham has been appointed pn-by nkiiig wink- doisiug to till out the uui'. pti '! term iugmeii to read Henry Georges book, inn-tof II. C. Fox, deceived. I read that book long ago, and when Dr. C. S. King wa" the guest of D. I had finished reading it my belief in Protection wa stronger than ever be- - F. Uoll and family, la- -t Friday night, There i" to be n picnic at Aiidiie fore. There is not a man here who the Kith, of this niontli. The inaiiii-- ! or nnv other fiinif! from e country who will deny gets pronu-- e a good time to all. I 1 d, Fiee-Trnde ter EiiL-lan- d Free-Trad- THE POLITICAL I OUTLOOK J It Was JnconcHnry. Miimi-ii- ii ' iM. - -- . ii . r, ,. i , .(.'.iju.jii k inintmiirft.i insM.iMi itniiiiii4iii ' ' In Brockouridgo View. County-- A Club at Wost . getting higher wage under ym vioi: n high Protective Tarill than he ever got or ever could get under WHITFLAW HKII). make a These Free-TudOf New York. hue and cry about the admission to this country of pauper immigrant", roit iii:iiiff, but they turn around and in the same CLAYTON' L. WOODWARD. breath ask for the admission of pauper-mad- e FOR ClltCllIT rOUIIT CI.KIIK, goods free of duty. They join SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS labor union for the purpo-- e of boygoods cotting American pauper-madCoi II. C Kino is eentened to be and to secure higher wages. Once in hanged at Mcniphi", the 12th of next the unions and they light ju.-- t as bit month for the murder of lion. Dnviil telly for a party that advocate" the I'oston. open hale in American markets of articles made by men and women who At Pnducah u molt of negroes at- are underpaid in Frce-Triu- le tempt to rescue a negro prisoner that countries. Does the good souse The Militia was vnllcil of these delegates here tell them that was in jail. into action to defend the jail, and one it would be or honorable, was morof them, Elmer Edward-- , the continuous when they con-idtally wounded. warfare of organized labor against that he is .utt-111- k! ..I iuiiim Chinch at Mt. Carmel yesterday. M. II. khii I 1 I I...I ers FRIENDSHIP CHURCH. Tuesday evening June the 'JiSth, a at l!ev. Kob-e- it large crowd llrniidun'" to witnc-- " the inariinge or Mr. Isaac A. Vileiliehl ami Mi-- s Viola llraudou. The alteudant" weic P. It. Kel ey, Jr.aud Mi-- " Nan-e- y Itoynl. At .S o'clock the bridal party caiur maiching out on tlie veranda, the parlor being too small to admit the crowd. l!ev. A. S. Kel- ley, in a very iniprc--i.,- e ceicmony, poUe the word-thmaile tin" coup- -at e j ly e one. con-iste- nt er ,11 , I Resolutions of Rosncct. live under the benign inllticiKe ofPro ULA JfefcfafiiftS4iif AC LXOWAS . srgMTx JJt' -- jt'.jjtZiV '' V Dam At a meeting of the tection." 1892 SUV IH)V (llKMUUl k ONI V .Milling Company at Reaver D.im. Here i" tlie opinion of n empr- 1 !,.,,-- , J, 1 flNEVOR K A LWW a l QOODS )l(l dav oi July, 1'-'- . i ll.c tent judge, a woikingimin bim-e- lf and K.v v ysL. . ZvNbE. " r I)(hmi (Icltivcd. :n f a leader in tlie ranks of organized la- the follow lug picunitiln t ' ?EHDrOR(ftTALSQUE 7 ,.! HGoh 6!ZasSCf"' . adopted, He speaks from practical e- X- Tor Wiikiii:s, Our ceiy uiueli standperience, not from a (it) l)V noint. and we are sure that the meat ed neighbor, fiieud and buine-",i-o- c MENTIOM lit- I body o Ainerieau trorkiugmeii will ne, .i. w. i nauviii, ueparici - it tend- - to a coin-wil- l ? t hit nti t v. unit This Paper Id- - home in Reaver D.im, Ky., on ' : ratify hi" sentiment" net Noveiiiher, l , I :1 i xi with the Thinl P.utv, cull on o .lulv, lMlJ.aml the 7th iliiy ucce-. The only aid Dciiiocintic Facts. 'o ciiij i our dily Win:i!i:s, r I ll.nl. I, II i iiCitiii tlcn for Rcptiblic.iu- - to SKEERT. and plea-ui- e and b tju-- t tohl name l wholhfi the )euuicratc Paity All imp'titant cliange ha" occurred published on the 'J'.ltli, The Jferald and memory to cxprc in appiopilate ha" yet become a paity of liberality l ult., what it claiiiied to be the Plat-lor- in the management of the Hartfonl ' f...r,oi.r .tc.0, ,. .. v Riii'i'iit.K'.VN'. herctofoie term" our feeling" of regret for hi" uml courtc-- y toward" it- - opponent-o- r Theinterca of the Democratic party, as demi-e- , and our ieeoMii- v., :,.,,..! v.j.i , ....... ..... ... Mr. whther it - that same uanow- - L ...i,....i l - .!, .illliuillll f'.miM.iiiim linlil liv ..... ( , M. Is.'iinett tn .. linen lintimelv , , , VIIU to UllUIILCVI i... , 1 . i .. .. to -Mr. .Jo- JJ. U l i i : t , of In. trni th i lit! llntifiliiiil ui mimicn, nine noin u panv !. 'sen, 2'Jil. ult. Wc would Mil liy him ntChicnmioii ll.llllil lllliitl.r 11. Im 11 fluil. tI'.iI .. , .I.. If 1. settle-0- . .,"-iiiiiumi itscn to lie in tue pn-- i. .1.ne eicc- owner of the pa .....,v call attention to all the voter of Ohio who - now the.-o- k . III ol.V rti.'rii!il in Im .Iintli .. r imul iinii ,.t jiii-t .etm wa- - doe to tlie lAitnurfiniti Mr IVii'iintt " ' ' ...... tin ''itiindtir t. l.rt iw iiiiv ' 1,,a tr.,. fact that 1I1? Republican.- - to a great ,1 the i.aer and for ome time did !'ulv led hat we have ....WuImmI of Hon 3 bvthe Jhmld as necessi- v friend, ueiglibor and bi)iue evteut, U'Hilil not iipnort the Alliance part of said Platform, which read" ii" the editorial work, which he did and that we can and do , ay that ho caiididnle, while a great many voted with an ability and foice that uii-e- d pi'OUl J)t UCS.S 011 follows: r wa- - the uoble-- t woikof (!od, 1111 hon- out in Invor ol .Mr. am 111,' In niuiire Wc reiterate, the oft repeated doc- - him to the highest ' :.. - . i .1... Notw.th-tandiu- g " tliN action of the trines of the Democratic party that bretheren of tho pre-- " throughout the ) .1 1892. "' Republican-- , the IKM.iocrats by a lit- the necessity of the governments State. Although of verv bad politics, " . "" . . m" c "" ' ,.,l,f. .ill. limit. " . 1. uuin.--i ....4 .. . i,...l....... the only justification ot taxation, ami .!..... I... .,,... ...H..- act have to some ..f.i.ii.j v.un iiinii """'r tin uml inicoiiiteoiii uii't Ill LIU S. ( TAVLOK. S, 0. I1 louiivou, it is wheiiever a tax is uuneces-ar- y that 111 hi- - ileal Ii tliu eteut shown hit h way the wind i unjustifiable; that when custom house " kimlly rimi. in Kentucky than couimiinitv ha" lo-- t a good citiz-n- , . II ,1'M, Mil, ', .1. blowing. On .liine the 'JUth, the ReI,L, ii'lili i? levied upon articles of any ero Harnett; and whik-- it was otten and the io to hi- - family - irrcpar.i- - publican- secured the Court Hoii-- e kind produced in this country the our duty to difler with him tuinn Wp tender hi- - family our em ! uillerencc tietween the cost oi liilW'j' 1,, iiiiestion, where he was always an bio. for the purpo-- u of healing McMillen i ...i i 11 i. i tlit- -' . Of tho Condition oftlio ijcpiecite their speak and then ntftct an or.'ani.attoii. nere ami lunor unman, mini such . pathy, and (IV. . v v i l"IH.-- l Ul Mil-- "" 4'.irliri. nvut fllllt' lllfi'li.111 AS 111V OOS - --' bereavement. Tiie II irtl ir I lfer.ild Iinmidiately after the peaking cei tain V I , J, I,. 11 " -' '. '" Mble benelits to lalior, ami the enor-.i, ... ,o.i,i,l ..,,1 n. ........ ...... t DciuiKiatp a ciy for ';l" ' of the ex- - likewise been our good fo.tune to inous additional i.npo-itio.- i, force h,uw him in the istitiL'tarill fall with cnishiiiL' "Piiir tailed Langford" and T. .1. Smii'ii, Vice. President. ujioii our tanners unit woiKinguicn, among gentlemen, wheie a- - a neigh- ot Third Paity p iinii for the mere advantage of the J. II. !,.Vi;: ... SV;ti tan--. 11ml loved him. came forwaid and bor and friend we met few whom it eiiriclie-- . exact from la": an nttoii.ev ot some notoiietym the bor a irroselv uniii.-- t share of the ex Xo good fortune can conic to Mi. Taylor Miuos Oltjb. Deimyratv pity. The Republi- pense of the government, ami wc de Harnett which he does not At tlio Closo ol' Businoss we had a caiu weic then fniie Ou Tliui.-iia- y 01 the tarilf' 1111 il,n Herald venture" the hone that night la-- t, to udionin ( April 23, 1892. mand sucn a rcvi-io- n laws at! will remove their inequali- ill the good day coming, when the large Clowil ot uieinbei. uml the City Hull fei limber luisim-- ,and put ties, lighten their opprc-sioii- " After opening the Club, tliu Chair- it teems that Democrats aioiimi lnr., be Democrat-- , them on a constitutional uml cipial world will ncaily all what eoiiiteiy is, in tlcir don't I; n field, made, an i RKil'KCKS, in Mr. Raructt may have the go d for- man, Perry We-tbasis. Rut in making reductions Cpmi Ni v- ul' the ('piiblii'iu-- . which I Bills taxes, it is not propo-c- d to injure any tune to acknowledge political creed cellent peccb of SSO.'X.iR dome-ti- e industries, but to promote irreproachable .'t.llim.OO and appreciated by the turning ti the Third Paity v.e fjml Re. I INtatiI'uriiitiiiu and I'ivtiiius, , l,."i(lfl.()0 their healty growth. From the . that a good many aie kiudiv entiie .'!I2.!7 Dealer in llor-c- ", of this government the taxes Mi .10", I ariinjr,.,, IJ.,.,,1 Curt- -, ()vM,n-bor- o ().in (Kn.'iisc Paid Ilepubliciii-- . CLOVERPORT. Movol and seconded that thron mem- touanls the Wa,',ns. h collected at the custom hoii'c have on llaun ami in other Ro.-- o Mi-- s Crittenden, ber- of the Club be appointed to seJuly h. however to nmtU and contemptible Bank- ibeen the chief source of Federal revUS.lilli.Ol '.eldhf or l.iiiii--- i ll.ir-o- i for n!o ur him nt nil Mrs. Aline lect a name tor the Club. A. J. fling- - ca.t oiitoiviittniilly by th'i luii".fi3 l, .Such they must continue to of'Central City, is enue. do. Moreover, many industries have Murray. the Republic, it eeiii that tlio ?l,ir'?..V.I Nichola- - Bina-- - and K. Bur-hea-r, come to rely upon legi"Iation lor sucMi-- " (iincie of Oweiiv Hocker weic the cbo-e- n one.--. They Thinl Paity is a'so inclined to look! UABIUTlRS, so that any boro. is visiting Micessful continuance, Katie Bowiner iJ'.'.'j.tVlii.Dtl will report at our next meeting on with dinii"t upon ii", and to fight Capital Stock change of law iini-- t be at every step , , , , Mr.',.il Fiank Boy, of Loui"ville, i" sjien-din- Thursday night, July I'Jtli, U as bitteily a- - the Democrats. I'pon Kcserve . , , , regardful of the labor and capital "," , , Surplus . . . , r f J txramuml Ma u it behoove" tho a few days with hi- - paients. vienillg The prnce- - of rethus involved. Owing to the bad weather, Me.-si.-;, Interest ami I'Acliangc... I, Hit), in A piece of ground in thi" place form must be subject 111 the execuRoger.-an- d Wedding, of Hartfonl, Itepuhlluaiu to Pniiie a live and wide Deposit Account. tion to this plan dictate of justice." per did not come to make speeches for awake organization; to find out tho Due other liank- recently at the rate of SI :ioo.:s:i The above paragraph is no part of acne. 4SD0ES THE FINEST AnO CHEAPEST that they will be on sentiment of the public ami to make ii", but we leni their platform at all as they would 8,027..")li A great many people are putting hand nextThiiisdav night, when we a red hot light when nnv policy is lic In slibniittiiig tb' we beg to state not adopt it, but by a vote of TiO ( to down vitrified brick pavements in will have full hoii-- e to hear them. cuien upon it it i"icciiie(t to nomhas steadily grown that our huiiic .'!t'J adopted instead, the following: their dwelling". houc-- t ami available front of Moved and econed that a ciminit-te- e inate a ticket let each month since our opening, and "We denounce the Republican ()cle & Payne have opened their Ch.i". men be nominated, mid let every on Piograinnie be clio-eby the most caieful.wntehfiiliics- - ami Protection as a fraud, taxing the laHanlware Store in their new buildofthe principles of rforsc-sliocinll tlict enter the light deterHughes, Joe. P. Rogcii and Peter bor of the great majority of the ., A the uio-- t Banking, we mined to win. I,awiler were electi-d. American neople for the benefit of ing. They have a number one hoii-hope not only to extend our acquaintn good stock of goods. the fow. It seem" to the w liter that the be-- t We declare it to be a fun- and Thecijtiie Club to ance, but to p'ove worthy .Fannidamental principle of the Hemocratic The Maons and the Knights of solicit imiucs for ii- (Job, and -- ever-al interest of the pirty ileiiiau Is that a the conlideuce that i" being so liberal party, that the Federal Government Pythias will move in their new quartalready nivcn their name- - as f')jll ticket he jiiit in the field and that ly repo-ein -. have nglias no constitutional power to impo-- c on Ma-oWe aie heie to accommodate the in the new inember". One inmiibiT wpnt to ;'f vigorous fight be made. Good Re- and collect tarifl'dutics except for the ers this week. The I,0"IL'- '''"'! ,1""1 uvi;ly, l"M,,ll,'", houl.l ucquie.-c- e number l.ul,Ikiii- - however purpose of revenue only, and wc de- third story of Oele's it Payn'" tore Hatnillon Mines and quite I, all courtc.--y be extended to them, mand that the collection of such tux ami the Knights over Drug membership uml with any policy decided upon. , L,,.( ,ial lw atrr- ios shall be limited to the nece. hies store, Kach of the room" i" handMy, will be with ti" Thin-da- y night. pursuant to a call made by tho Iked for friendship or to obtain bus- of the Government when hone-tl- y somely furnished. hicss. Mr. Shule Tuvlor, a member of Jnnv II Ililivi:-- , Cashier. Chairnian the Republican- - of, and economically admiui-tercd.- " , , :. v.. Mr. Herring Supeiinteudeiit of the 11 ii.iin-.- ii ,iui i'..:. .a.. 1. n:.i..:.., ..... m- -i . tew mci on .liny niu tor me mi.i uii.i, We notice that other Democratic ha- - reBreckinridge Co. Limited t, Ins Twnlieti and h- e- purpoMi of oigani.ing a Hanisoii -- ". pnid our club a il Stiteaect papers, besides, the J I c raid, have failwith that Company iug called for, ar.-- o and thanked the and Renl Club. Notwith-tamlin- g the or 1111: ed to publish this part of their plat- signed iuclcmemiy of the weather, twenty the Re- and will return to Scotland. His club for calling on him to make form, but publi-he- d l?- speech, and we cannot piabc bis members weie euro'led. Speeches publican doctrine, as the Jfendd had resignation wascau-e- d by some between he ami Mr. Hop. speech a- - highly ought to be, but weie iniide by Mr. C. Ilouil, John P. Can it lie that they are afraid it. dncctor, 111 this will say it wa ju-- t niimeii-c- , and ex- Jr.'and otheis. ' Tho meet-l, o of their platform or aie they only a per, tin1 .i in- Chisc :in, lliislni'ss, rumor that the tei.ilau invitation for him to come iny country. Then- i ROOMY. highly eiilhii-ia-ti- c and little "Skeeit?" dillcrcncc- - may be patched up ami ccv-fu-l. The Republican" of We.--t RKSOntCKS. We have forty member.-- i.ow and View are to be congratulated as they Rills Workingman's Opinion of Herring yet be retained. !l discounted. . will nave met nut twice, The social event of the sea-o- n n e will have a nie in eariie-t- . Tho Bonofits of ProReal .'I.OOO.OO when Mis- - large club it it take place next Tliui.-daincienscii. Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,0(10.00 Tlie tection. The following resolution" were pre- Ronds I ,.'! 11.117 lllHlll-l- , Katie Bowiner, the belle of thi- - pait dub - orgauied now am! in good sented and iiuauimou-l- y udnplcd: Debts in We have already referred beloie to of Kentucky, is united in marriage to woi king older. 7IH.fil ol Ciiihon huinKViii otherb'ks III, 120.70 That it is the tlie fact that a introduced Mr. Sheiman, ol Tcvas. Mr. .SherJ. I. Rowii, S.c'v. this club, tint the Republican party into tho Central Ltilmr Union favor- man i" a sec md coii"iu of Senator -eio:,sw.o: of tlii cnuiily, nominate cuididati's Free-tra- de working-meaint advising ing WHcinl forcntaluKueof John Sherman of Ohio. Great UAHIMTI1W. ci.-.out full Hue of two and Iswors,''"-iii,ri!yni(.,iaito read the Congic ional pamhave been made for the com (J.'iO.ODO.OO Capital stock work. e1. v 11 i.k e i'ift in'. 4 1. phlet of Henry George's book was ta- ing event and ome of the young la- Dep sits 7O,7!)s.'0 bled by au overwhelming majority. dies who are to act a- - maid.- - of honor Duo other Rank- 5.0.1 l)est 111 M. Dividend I per ci.declauil l.'JOOCO In the disciisvinu that followed the arc now heie. The Delewaie correspondent to the Fund to pay tuxes ti'Jo.OO introduction of this rcelnutiuii, RoVi)v Vi:i:i: Fun; Oweu-hor- o sjiy.-- ; ''Dr, Profit ami In-.V8.8 bert lilissert, the founder oftlio unI.eu T. Cox and wife, of llcdii, Ohio & ion, which is one of the greatest boPARADISE w. mokenney, county, weie the guests Mr. (' dies of organized labor in the United July 11 1F0 Howard, Liverpool, Ky. G. Montague hist Thursday. The took part and made tin elo- Kuglund, was the guest ol his brother-in-law- , States, I, S. K. Cox, swear the above to Mkr lcckin ihQBum Ma Doctor was heie with n view to locatWilliam Shackletnn, the hit- lit collect. its pas.-agin quent Hpecch, oppo-dii,eis vor we nave purcha8. ing at thi point, Tho leaving of Dr. dam, KY. n. Iv. Cox, PitusmuNT. which he spoke as follows of Protec-- ' tcrpart of June. oi! a New Line of Buggies and ni be in his ofiico from the fust Hiiym-makes it n very L:i"t Thursday week .lames Wal tion and the condition of the Amciicau KirLic-A- X point for a good physician. We tnist Swoin to before me this Juno .'10, II to the lflth of each month. Of' pinHini, iiuhjuiio ...lui, yo liUII lace mid Mi"s Lena Tibbs were marw,,, my classes: laboring 18112. ninii A.T.Nai.i., D.C.O.C.C. lien over Ihink. All work guaran- that Dr. Cox niav decide to become n fluently reccommend for their "The conditions existing 111 theUnit-e- d ried. Rev. Gentry, in the presence rea"onable. tccd. Prices citi.en id' our burg," A l dividend of enable the American of a few friends, pronounced the States STYLE and DURABILITY, as per share was this day declared, payworkiugiuaii to buy more and better wonls that made them one. May well as cheapness. Call and able on ami aller July it, W.Y1, KOR IMHIMtrsiA DROWN'S IR0V DITTEh'C clothes ami other ncicn'tirics tliuu can prosperity and happiness bo theirs. I'.o llrnmi'ii Iron Illllrra. see them. i In Main Curiiln.ll!.'i"it.ii, lllllniuni.il, l) be bought by the workiiigmen of any Messrs. Robert I'lijrilel.m rccuniinciia It. Wallace, Harry rill. KtimilKIIVrr. lllHllillllTill Ihlillliy, 1'llJkl- THIS PAPER;. mi fiUi.ll Chillii .lYfnhlfc ilm .Smpu)i'r Mt r Lollle, rirnulno Alt ilcnlcri ktup It. Jl.no It. Ccllllluu cluiii n i imn. ill..! It. Allilcitl' r -jH'trs .tffm-other country 011 the J'ucc ol the earth. Moore, Jo Fon iukI several others at- & C(), Imslraili' miirliniiiUroH'Jrc.lllicoinruii.'r. htt.itru'1" inur:uiiuUiuiitrulll:'.i.'iinwraiH.'r. J N W AVER 4k 80 . uu" uuUk rUiU tiuviiiy t, ' time for the Kepubli'ans of every precinct in Ohio county to or ganize clubs for the present campaign. They are organizing in other counties. The IJepublicans of Hart, ford precinct will organize night, the colored voters of Hartford precinct will organize a club ami there nre already clubs organized in Cromwell precinct and at Taylor Mines, but it it is now time for every precinct to hav a regular organized We would urge .Republican club. :ill Republican" to remember that "eternal vigilance is the price of Let the good work go on. Organize. It is good", to vote for thi" icsoiution? Protection enable" you to e jo,s yon have luxuries; of all luxuries and niiinv neces-ai!reducing you to the low level of the ' workiiigmen in the countiie" fiom which niiiiiy of you have ecaped to: pauper-mad- e Free-Trade, j Tl,e groom JS ycais old ami ihe bride ncaily'.M; to end-- a ciiirlslnp of nearly HI eais, and un engagement Holb the bride anil of neatly . high in the ocial ciicle groom in which they move. We ;tll the happin- o- in liii- - lilc and wlu-hirfeye)!fil life may we meet in that beautiful city wlni-- e buildei and maker i" tiod. Eiim.v. j -- ' - I lii- lion-we- ic i ." Some of the Dciiinciut" an1 chibit-in- g some concern a" to what the are going to do in icgunl to nominating candid.ile" ftr county officers. They evidiiilly fear a n of the Republican ami Thiiil 1'aitv. (),, i,i question we will Mibmit a few .. In the lal race laeis ami iigures. for Governor, in this county the lol- lowing vote whs cast: John Vouug Brown loo'J, Wood H2D, Erwin 1 (."!). The Republican" wen the tile end". It will be remcmbeied, however, that the Republicans liml no organization, bad no county ticket mid were in a With sadly demoralized condition. the proper orgamz. ition the vote for Wood would probably have been two bundled or mmc gnntcr. The vole for Wood and Kinin together win I!)S8; making I III vote" mure than Brown icceived. Thi" begin" to Au that if the Itepiibbuius and HhiiI Party both nut out candidate." it will icsult in the Democratic ean- While it there didat" being elccd-d- . U n fusion between the Third Paity lt in an and Republican" it will overwhelming Democratic defeat. The question with the Republican- - i" whether they will piefer Deuioeralie iuK--s or Republican and Thitd Paity rule" combined, or whether the Re- publican" with a proper organization pan eleut si ticket of its own. If the tigurrsof thela"tCiihornat ui.il racego for any thing a Republican ticket can , Hj,, K. vvvWtt of other ):litie" in the lield. The i.re-c"late ..faiVair- that will, the Third .,,, v .,!l( ),.,i,K-i-aiiciinlhl ul.iiiii li, llv lleld the Thinl Pniv ,.:in,l,,.. iUnU be elceleil. Aon action that the Republicans take in ... ... From iiivutigutinns that have been made by Ollieei Miller it i" evident t liar the tiie in Sain llaird's slahle I'liday night wa of an incendiary' iioigiu. Ii will be ivmcmhcicJ that Mr. li.iiidlnwiecchvd seveial notices to le.ive lie- neighborhood in which he live. ami in at lca"t one ot the warning letter" sent he wa" threaten- -' ed wilh liie. The Hi e bug probably ' thought the burning of the stable y would ul-- o the hoii-Mr. ll.iiid i" u sou of S. L, Baud, of the Kimleihook mighborhooi!, uml i" well known heie. de-troe. ' ! IS ! ' I mm rr1 ixrti'i nunt.MAiiu. i:ni Wsxl W.CXJUMII STtf -11 HA' B3t'rii-il. B- PINN'S 1' OINTMENT. 1 I N liainrvrriikciltirlit'ard 5 It loiill IIiikviiicu." ; Hi mrc Wnrr.j tiillnumtitl: 31..ll iht linltlr. ,sV )iiiirilmitiilfrlt Iflio ii uptt iiiiIii -.nut "it- i r .rhluW'ia. II ImIhi1io1 nrciKiriillon if, 1 liturllly r,.7i . l i:i)) ).. U'l.nilm'.l. . V. ram 1 a.iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii3raiJ3t-iii.iiitiiiii-iiiifiiiiii- i j i r u ?,: v v vv; n- - m m To Our Subscribers. The xpci-iaauuouueomeut which iippu.ired in our columns some lime since, announcing a special arrange nt'i't m i'h Dr. It. .1. Kendall Co., Vt., puhlWIiur ol Erosbnpj Fall", i llni Ilor-u- i anil Mis of "A Ti"-iii"herein our worn li o'lt.-ii- a copy (if : e woik free of charge by tli.it vain i" ' lress to 15. .1. Knu- (billCo. ami I'lielo-ini- ,' a two cent "I. imn fur miiiliiii? suno. is roiinwed fur a limited period. Wo trust all will a.ail tlieuiselves of tim oniior f tilitiiiniiirr tuoitv this valuablo woik. Tn ovcri hnorof the Horse it is imlNpcusililo, a it treats in u simple ni. inner all if tlio wbieli afflict the noble aliiimil, -- ,i!o tliroiighout lis plieuomeii..l Slate-athe I'liiled t'.imid, in.iki s it slaiiilaid ,iiitlnitil Mention l o-I sub-cribo- rs ,.s . iiefi tor toiiRlH, Sndny E in ' . sia hbi loiiMninl l.ir Iiki ol ten runs into Consumption ami 2 ciiili in Di .u h y lVojilo MillViiiif; iiom B llioiieliili", I'liuuiiiiMi.i anil Coiihiimiitioit will all. 3IBImi!9 n mw J'i " l'ovou Know th.it ll ia tiling Aieyou awaietliatit ullcn f.islciisini a n b ti k r. n 3 '- - t n ex n j wyrj M lilll(MOUL-l-i il.oiiri-imiK- l y tin-- J j I tellyoutlut ' J n8ISTATO0lOTHACOLD."5 Modern Itcmetlies? It will pro-cu- t time, " Youcan't airnnl i JflOO in DoetoiV liills mavi.i I'nW II. HooKr.iuVCi)., ti JG .1 n I 1 M D 1 II DR. ACKER'S EUCL9SE-Colil ami l Cin you nlTord to neglect it? Cm you tritla-- f ivuiiMoscuousaiuaiierr .il'iiu uwaiu tnnt 1 3 ronsiimption U beyond ipution the meati-s- t of nil (..!,! I., ti It will slono I'iiiil-I-i in imn niirlit. Ii will .i...-LA Hon t ami cuteCoiiMimptloii if taken Cioiii. v itli.i - RE7ISEDY2 ' - u vmr . I"- V ti A 'J m. i,t Ihiltlo m.iv t ( r i . ' vmir iiru, .i!,.i 4 tl I! C'l U U ils -- oiii mi '.iii ' i r - 1 ic-n- till" p.ip.'lis - Wlll-l- l -- ( din" for "Tieat tetlaeows HH OPni-wJi- ." A. u Vin clX XliOtiCGJ I'm" M f.ivl'-x(- M'l - s' IO.OOO ;AR7 nt ,,,,,., -- ho-v" ,,l,,ll eiis ,,l.w, "llu ,,,,, c in-b- collection tlnui davs the more the nAu fciW5i& "x :ir-)-V t WYnN -.! r3 I i3 k- m.,..., . nHMurrtiiuKtm: i A ; ,..: liWl i VC- -U v'."a.7i:nxr V'SJ PRICES GOOD v iiii-n- ie , ( ( -- I'on-ride- m ..i ... , i mit'.ii-ttitini- . . I . I ....... 1. rv i . .... 1 -t The short time that will have coiled and meet the nients with State and count tilte will lire, will expect you to nie or niv deputies and settle at once. MQWmzhmMMffl vj-lLE,K- maFRWX VYAUyM urjmxi SRVflaTfi,Sriii5S8Sysi!iessCBllBB 'iS L. Ficifl. -- -- ct ". " . :i. J ;;' " -- ubuiS. livery S table. EMILES CAMS. 1 1 J- vour papt. This une I. -- I -- -- ,n ,.,!, l., .;i . ii!K-ej.i.l- -- pr.-it'ii- ! ( S? Dam DEPOSIT 8SIK B:saver e, ci 11 -- , accc-iiatico- - ,,., f'oun-"lutio- u Car-moi- g T. ID. TTTT . ZlvdlS 11 11 -- BLACKSMITHING. o- n. -- e, -- our-elv- e- - il -- Fi-he- .,,,.,. specially. !aric stock of host modern Plows, and all kinds of Implements hand. Call on him. 11 -- ,,, -- J. I). WILLIAMS. -- Hiv-tv ' IiK.u Dam, Di-tri- ct . -- i'1-ui- i vi-i- ' Semi-Annu- j iii.-tciul 11 ' ' 1- 1- BfllHSRTH ....S.-.!l..'!17.0te Ovir Qent's Phaeton, 6i. 0 Ha-wel- 1 11 - vwH jy y LIGHT. y, I.C ELEGANT. n piep-arati- -- ('liiiiiipion ...... and t "" ivn ' -i the market, Co., P, Taylor sale by Sechler Carriage Co., Moline. Me-eng- c- ". Heaver Dam You t. Hew Buggies. 1 e, can get the Hartford and lo y beaver DENT ISTiSS ' ' ! York year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. the New Tribune one uinB. ,. tcini-iinniia- iit I J IloCKtill FAIR BROS. A CO. A SUMMER r STOCK unload at COST. r Wo do not say this merely to gel . you in our house, hut aetiia'lv have marked all our Summer Goods at exactly their COST in order to make room for our Large Fall Purchase. "By having the largest line of Spring Fabrics carried in Hartford this season we, of course, necessarily have some of the left, which from this date are going at some price: Fine in reduced fioiii " " Crepitus Pine apple and canton cloth Itortt friiiliatiiri reduced from 11 12Jc to 10c 10c to He l'-- tolUc lOctoSjn 7c to Tic '20c to lnc ''0c to l.rc " I'liutH " " l.rc to l'J.'.c A No oiler you big liargaiiiH in I.ikIich and (lontH Underwear. Lac e.i, Millinery, Minn, Fan-- , I'lnbreDa-"- , White goodi1, ISiblioii", An. Cottonailes " " Striped linen " " Hrown linen " " India " " " " " " 2')cto20c typhoid fever. mncations. lion. A. H. Tieheiior, Point Pleas When you arc in tonn call and get ant, was in town I I). J. Coleman went to Liui'viHc our prices ami you will find what you Wednesday, iciuiiiiiigycitcnhiy. want ami the prices to suit you, KaII.W Virifil Koufrmv and will-- , Milplmr Spring, vHiro in to.vn Monday. ' Try our Andemnn'H Wonderful Silas I.. Steven, I'll uiwell, spent Wearforever Shoes. They are the a few dins in town tliN week. cheapest Shoe on earth for the money. Mr. G R. Martin nudum, Walter, Saiia A: Mi:. returned from Djumiii vojterdny. On June 1 near Mori;aiitowu two W. II. Owen and family. Owens lirothei'i), Hud and Lish Lngmloii, born, am visiting I). I)' Tlmm-iiUarrelled. Hud's dead and IJsh is .Miss una Harnett, ' in .lail. visiting her aunt, Mrs. .lo.ll Roirors. C. Ii. Field will .Mmlon the he.-- t Hujrgy Kiiykendoll, Sulphur made. It is the Haydock Hrother.s Springs called to hee us Tuesday. Rice-Coi- l Spring Ituygy. (.'all on him Miss Kmiiiiu ('.ic!iii'r has iroue to XuKuu Creek Station for u weijk's and get one. visit. On the .'list I will preach the fu H. F. J ray, Heaver Dam's neral of the wife of James K. Tinley d clock man, through town yesat the new Church near lleda at 11 terday. o'clock a in. all arc invited to attend. A. U I locker, Smith Cirrollton, O.J. Hiia.v. eallod to set in while in town Wed'flic Republican" of Hartford pre- nesday. cinct will orgame a Republican I'rof. Alexander went to Heaver Club at the Court Hnii.-- o to morrow Dam yesterday in the intcie.t ol'the night. Kvery Republican in the College. John .1. Mellenrv and sislor, Misi precinct is urged to he pre.ent and Js.ibelle, rotiirni! I from Louisville join in the good work. a-- " Tuo-olay1 When in (own put tip at tliuCnm-- , iiierciul Hotel, now rooms, polite waits cm, anil in xlioit all tiretcla. accoin-- i PERSONAL Mi". H u nie May BEAVER DAM. - Since our hist, two of our July eiliens have cnktiI the valley of J 'J- .nlrni, a Mr. John who died fioiu the ellects of being struck by a running train, of which gave an account in my la-- l. The second wii Mr. Jes-- e (). Chauvin, one of iiur best mid mint inilii'-tlioieitens. He died last Tue-daof a seveie attack of flux. Several in our town mid suriouiidiug country have llux. Mis It. V. Will- -' iams is right sick with flux. Alpha Dexter is at his father's very sick with this iiiiie tumble, Mr. Clint Carson's -- o sick for child, that has several days, ii somewhat better. lCuy-keudo- ll, 1 v, ln-e- death. The (list ANDERSOH;B BAZAAR. While the hot weather continues we feel sure many people will want something cool io wear, and as we are always looking" to the welfare of our fhi knj)S 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 lair way to deal with the puhlic. Wo still have an elegant line of LadiesandMiss-e- s Hats at low prices and if you fail to find just what you want Miss Sara can make one to suit yjur taste, give her a trial and see if she can't please you. Our "Wear-Foreve- r" Shoes arc still selling fast and you can't afford to miss the chance of a pair for only $1.00. Call and sec us and wc assure you we will try to please. Henry Metcalf, of Louisville was down a few da)s last week, shaking hands with his many friends who arc always glad to see him. Hubert Caixin, his brother, Clint C No Creek, viitcd (.'ar.-on, la- -t .Sun- day. Soveial of our young folk- - took in the baibu'iiont Iloiton S.ituiday. C. Wantiih. SHO.OO Travelintr men. Salary and expenses per mouth. Addre.-s- , W.W. Wn.-o- x, Ileudeison, Ky. m The colored .. vestorda. .1. voters of Hartfoid .. i i.i il lU'lllllflll'UII . it. ll.t.f. !.. :..... ...:n :...i IlirUIIIll It III III uulll.l'll I M..I. .it tlin I'lliMiillwiiian We wish to call attention to our stock of Fall Clothing, which are nowcomingin. They are superior in quality and lower in price than any house in Ohio county can buv them. They are bought with the HAltD CASH. Come to Headquarters for everything We want your Wool, Feathers, Ginseng, lieeswax, Tallow. Mrs Sallie i'hippt died at her home near town Wednesday evening of old Hoc age. She was one of the olde.-- t and !)5c mii't highly respected of ouruitieiii .'2 uluess uf and hiyxdown a life ot liw clo.-ci-l, Ahk to ter w itnessing the stinging changes of eight-si- x The funeral took years. place yesterday evening at '!:'!(( o'clock ami was attended by a host of i datives The family have the Hot weather is now in lull liliM, hut our stock in Suiumer Coats is and frieuiN, sympathy of the eutiie community. large and we must unload. We have reduced the price on every article ".V will liny a nice cool Coat. Col. William II. Woodford came to Central over from Owen-bor- o City Monday evening on thcO. A N. and was walking away from the train when the porter from the Sandusky grabbed his grip, as the Colonel says, ami attempted to take it in spite of him, and he rapped the darky over The latter the head with his cane. had the Colonel arrested and the trial came up before Police Judge Williams. The delendant proved by his witnesses his side of it, while the porter's witnesses testilied that he kindly asked for the baggage lor the San- l,n ..;,! ,,n. In- -lu.lfv .in.) il,. ! "tOc I u.-- ef Childfciii' (lippers '' tu ." Children slippers 1' to S Miwe (dipper.- - M to I'.' MIn-cV2 to -' clipper Ladies toe (dippers I. :u I i is oxford lies (worth $1.00) L.idie oxl'oid lies woith $1.'J. ) l.jibr.i oxlniil lies t uoilh (J 1. 75) tt?We haw a Liege Line of these gomlsthat must ...-them SLIPPEISS. .10c tiOc Toe 8."e night. There are over a hundred . . ? eolo.ed voters in this pree.net and well guaratee that they will have one of the best and most interesting clubs in the county. j reiuly to contract for will be in Hartfoid on ", Will be Moudava and Saturdays. Mrs. J. W.Marks and daughters, glad to make pi ices to thoe who j,, , MitoM Liziu alll Edna liro cutting lugs. her brother, J. M. Haiuett. W. II.MtHiiii:. A. F. Stanley left Saturday for (ilas'ow, uheru hu has hen nsijjni"l ."i)lf Agl. John A.IJeil A Son-- . S. Storekeepe" li.iu rer. as I Ins uncle, .loliti I.. .... Henry Cite, 1,'u.iwuy, visitel I hip, s ' Minday Kotico to Log Men. am now Mini te I. MEN'S SUMMER CLOTHING. luiiiiiror. Mrx. Sillio II irdwiA- - and eliiMreu, .1 im and M.irv, left for M i lis mullo yestorihiv to bo absent weeks. Mi-- s L'lva Mm ton returned la- -t Saturday from a month's visit to friends at and near Heaver Dam. Mrs. Henry Aull and il.--i Martiuu, roturud to Auburn 'inlay, , accompanied lV .dis- - Marv ( " Dr. J. S. Coleinau write from """"'ii l iii.ii ii: - ii.ti niii .. iiiwi.mii ,:. C .... :... Owcu-hor- o Key. J. T. Koekport, filled his legularappoiuttnent at KurUu, Indiana, .Saturday and .Sunday. Fditor lien I). Hingo, ol Ilait-forU here fur a short -- lay with Ca-ebi- Oi'Iniorest to Sunday Schools. friends. ,;', o. ,i..., I.: i...i.i. proved. ... . Win. A. Carson, licda'.- - ollieii'lll r, and littlo ihiuirhter, i.eeil, called to see us while m town Post-nui-teue-da- Theio will be a State Sunday School Convention at I'lineelon, AuWe ate extremely anx- gust j iou that every Sunday School be icp- A special train will run i ieonted. from Louisville. Itoiim trip tickets from HiMVcr D.iai $". Kicii Sunday j School to one delegate for ,,... (irtv members or fraction for ' thereof. Delegates will lie entertain. ,.(l ,lt l,it.L.tnti tretFor certificate entitling delegates to the in ". Convention, stati-ticbhinkniid fur ,,., iMfo.imtioll( call on or add. ess ii L. u. H.irnett, President of Ohio lyoiiuty Minday hclinol Convention, ''.!-2.'- ). i 1 ' , ' al ll'iillnnl ICpiiImi'L' v. & Jqq (Jroaill FAIR BUDS. & CO., Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Furniture! Furniture ! ! Hlaek Lawns at cot at Kahn's. lee at William Hros., at anv hour, tf. or in any quantity. ft Williams Htos. keeji goods for sale well as ice water to drink. Teachers attending the Institute hhould vifit Fair Hros. it Co. Sara it Me want to see you. Call and hear something to your interest. WireSereen Doors and Wire Cloth for sale cheap at Williams Hros. tf A picnic will he given at Taylor's Schoolhouse Saturday July the till. all kinds of repairs Martin Wutches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectacles. Hemcmhcr that Casebient Burton will furnnish you the best of rigs day or night. For General Ward Robes -- Dressers, or anything in the Suits,ltock-er- s Furniture Line, see T. J. MOUTON. (io to Mai tin's for nil kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spec-tncles. N.N &M.V.R.R. waS??; p&iBMk The beet accommodation for travels ng men will he furnished at the Com-- , mcrcinl Hotel. Williams, Bell A Co. have a full line of Tablets, Books and all kinds of Stationery. For sale teams, reliable drivers and good conveyances, call on Casebier it Burton day or night, liOitvc your orders with Ciuebler it Burton for prompt attention, at all times rates reasonable. 9SMMM.EiWlin TIUI.NS (iOINd WEST. Ka. .'.. Mail itml F.iiri' Vo. 7, l.imilf.l Truss i.kwi: m:vkii not. U.W r. u. e.6,Hjl MP, . r.ipr. TllSS lillMI in l:Mf. : m. K.8T. , I,l'llilnim'rr.i- -. Kiri' Tt X. .MM.M ''FKUiAYTTlJIY !hM2. White goods at cost at Knbn's. Notions will go at curt at Kuhns. Slippers, only a few Purest and Freahest Drugs compounded at Williams, Hell itCo's., at all hours, day or night. left at K aim's. Kevs. Cox and Harnett will begin (io.uls at C'arsous A a series of meetings at Alexander liny your Dry (.Vs. Schoolhouse on the 20th. int. All summer KabnV. Clothing at cost at Teachers, when you come to the In stitute call oti us and see our rare bar gains' in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ac. S.Mt.v A Mk. Jennie Hell, an infant daughter of Dr. J. T. and Mrs. Miller, died SunThe patents and day mnruiry,. frietnlf liave our deepest syinp.uhy h this their sad bereavement. Dress goods for hot weather at cost nt Kahn's. Keud Fair Hros. A Co. add, it will in tereM you. Look at Kahn's while suits. you will buy. I know Five, papers of Needles at Kuhu's Oiir Millinery Is going below cunt for fivoiiciiis. now in order to make room for next Cull and get u barCiirsnn (V-- Co, are helling (iiioiU lioasoti's goods, gain pi one of our cheap HaU, elfaer than pyer, Von will get a bargain if you, trade WitfcCarsQU ij C(, The pout ofHco will lie found in the Commercial Hotel, Webster's uuabriged Bell & Co. Sana A Mk. Messrs, gotlu ww-inl- Potter A Condlct, our euer ll d Dictionaries meii, havojust eomplo-tea contniet of sawing a bill of lumber for Dr. Fo6ter, who will build a fiuo barn on his farm near No Creek. . When Stop and think of this. you go to Ligo Williams to get a drink For extra seed Irish potatoes--lat- e go to Williams Bros. tf ofice water that you can get of him the very best of cigars in the market, For n good meal at reasonable rates Tho Rose, Corinne, Fad and Joe, also Tobacco, Candiefl, Wux, Ac, go to the Commercial Hotel. at Williams, 'ri...r vv ill biMinicc cieam siiiiuer Sam (!. lllioad.--, one of Ohio coun- given at Abbieville night he.t Republican- - anil an all for the benefit of the Methodist ty's around good fellow, called to see us Church, Fine music will be furnished and alla-siiie- d a mo-- t plea-aHss Ida Miiitli, iiwen-ior- o, is time. Let everybody come. visiting friends and relatives in . the ,,.. . . . lio .... kv In. iviw filnwlr .i llu W. M. Ilnri.i.v,' and Kiutleihook nei"h- 1Ii:i:mas Piuii.i:, Judge argued theca-- e with a bystand- - l0rIio-I-W. P.SMini, er, Mr. Olilhan, of the Central City .Mrs. .In 15. lmirersi and littlj ton, . Tally Cvuso.v, Herald, and finally disini-.-e- d It n,lnlott, lav roturlltHi fl,,m a w,.L.kB M'a if. FloisVi: N i:vroN, j svems Woodford lapped a waiter at vis;t t(, f,;,.ms , rI.,i,v,.s in Cia- Lilly Caii-o- n, the Sandusky about a year ago and sou county. Latiii' Piiin.i:, Wili.1i: 1'dwan, was fined for it and since haul feel Mis Kva Tittle and V. V. Pin!, Public sentiment ston, Mi-- s M.i Smith and Dr.. I. I!u- -. ings have existed. Pirtlo, attendu Church in Hartfoid is with the colonel, tor it is considerSiindav uiirht. ed that the darky was too rough. Mis.-e- s Artie and Nettie Bennett For Sale! leave today for Breckenridge county, A good store ami residence in the to be absent several weeks business portion of Hartford, For friends and relatives. Prof. K. IJ. l!a.of Miichull,lndi particulars apyly to C. C. Bennett, Dora K. (!ili-oana, and Misi Hartford, Ky. iBfc.jft. Hartford, will te.ieh the uo.st se ion of Heaver D.itn School. Card of Thanks. I owe my many tha.nks to the peo Mrs. Win. Ilai bison and Mi.--s Annie MTf Zttti&ilWfJSKilMIVXIvU of'Shelbyville, KenLynn Unrbi-opie nt Hartford who kindly remembered us during the recent siekme-- s tucky, are visiting the family of Mr. Thomas Taylor near town. of my dear companion. Mi-'- s Leah Ilnusou, after several M.lllY K. C.VWTIION. in Grayson, week visit to her returned home yesterday, accompaniA Froinium on Lawlessness. ed by hersister.Mrs MeDonicl. Wes Callahan, a half wilted negro, Col. J. S. 15. Wedding and dipt. was tried last Friday for shooting and (lib-o- il are in Louisville at wounding in a sudden heat and pas- W. A. tending a meeting of the Republican sion and was held over under bond State Central Committee. They will to answer at Circuit Court next No- return to morrow. Wes is nearly always in vember. Miss Laura Chape.e. who has been trouble of some kind and is arrained teaching at Paducah for some time before the court 4 or 5 times a year eanieliome Wednesday via Bowling and yet, notwithstanding, his record Green, where she made a two weeks of being ii very bad eitien he was visit to fiieuds. able to furnish a bond worth mimic-thi.Miss Lulu ThKtoii, Owen-bornear $100,000 for his appear- and Mi-- s litilli Huffman, Kvau-vill- c, MFICTS ALL DAILY the families of S. L. B.iird ance Wes is u transient daiky, who for boodle has voted the Demociatiu and G. W. Miiidii, liudorliook,S.it unlay and Sunday. ticket for the past two years, ami A. D. Taylor, Nnriu.iu, Oklahoma, ho was n puicluiieahlc aitielc Weilui'-dalie mid voted that way a prominent at- called In see u is visiting relatives, and fiiendin TO ALL. torney was heard to remaik on the thi comity, but will return to Nor street that nn J)rmocratir. uegio should man about the ill si of November. This is a prestay in jail all night. Mrs. Laura MuKinuoy and chilmium oflcred for lawlessness by a and Cecil, who have dren, Flo-bi- a class of worthless nngro citi.ens, who been on im uteude.l isit to friends for boodle and whisky will vote the in ludiania, ratuniud laat Saturday ALIKE. Democratic ticket. accompanied by her father li'ov. (J. II, .MeKiuni'v, and daughThe Lcitchfielil Gacttesays: "At ter, Miss Noln, who mnd a short.vi-i- t, ATTEiNTION the residence of the bride's father on returning Mondiiy to their home int.tr linville, Indiana. Given to the Traveling the sixth of July at 8;.'0 p. m. Kuv, Ly " " Charles W. Hesson, pastor of South Public. ROCKPORT. Leitchfield Circuit, Jf. H. Church was Ad.in. Wall-,,.,.l'ly South, was married to Miss Cornelia " (A,l,tral l',l.v h"''V. II. Chirk in the presence of many a first- ' I. Ux'V" NVl liull,,i-r"- r. friends and relatives, S. W. Schellton, T- 1n'-J- l Monday I iiriki.i' i. pastor of the first M $. Cliuroh, 'WU '1 T.iosd,.y. , Hro. Hoss-Leitchfield, ofliciatmg i i to Miss Ida Godboy lus roturoo a hlC. WlierO. is u ruing young pieauher with n brilliant future before him. The Cantnitown af'.or a ploisi-.- t vi lit ti biido is a popular y mug lady of a friouds. Miss Hallo Torroneo, Kvansille, good family, an accession to the itin ' orant ranks. The writer wishes tho is vi itiiijjat W. G. Hell Mr. l).)iinis,Kirliiigton, begins the i JK young couple success in their sacred lioU KA Ml1, 1,L':, "ft15 ..motion of tho now Presbyterian S, W. Siii:llton." willing. church in this placo nu Wednesday, j., O Miss .Million has rotiiruud to her I homo in (ireenville, accompanied by or- .Miss iieonjio koiii. oxpeets t, attend & picnic, at Airdno Saturday. Tho and.stu.in.ur,.i.c Kerr, win k'lvo mi y. nt i -1 y. SkM ELOTEL ME. HARTFORD -- :o:d Eiumiltri! This Hotel has recently been and It is second to none. The table is furnished with the best the market aflbrds. n, n, fil Special care will bo taken to accommodate the public during Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headquarters here. Come one and all and try us. Wo are reasonable in our charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't forget the place, corner Market and Union Streets. Special arrangements will be made to accommodate the people at the Fair. si-t- FASTI LIME Proprietor. 8EOT5 "&! WSESS ig o, vi-it- od GASEBIER'S 'BUS Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping apples as can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two or three prices' for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK cvv CO. Heaver Dam, (y. -- y. I ranTMffl) i w, SiTOlL --- h. -- , CoirriECLercIsLl HF1TFU KNOWN AS THK ! Hotel Owen-boro, Also keeps Mil.-lioII 1 Meals 25c n (Til hi Ky. c7'',s' iiouv,ju!S.aji.irjLLhYGj.ur,rraM. vou can have y()m J75' fS Horses Fed. and i !. .! nitI Newly Fumislieil. Rates $ LOO per day. 1st Mo Fredericn, between Main and the liiver, PALMER HOUSE. Trlil. VI ' nf All knowing themselves indebted to J. Co. must! W. Ford come forward Id,... I i ijoli TRrfi II la, i jij yi .your Io autlir Iiiiiii llioKi'l i'IIiiN ufilip Lii.ili.il... I.nni. Unik. Kl.lne mnl Illi. miiiUMm. IikIi.'i'iIIuii. IHMnliMa. nut I. In. I "I u. iknrx. in- - nllur Dlii Hull) ill rmn )iui Hint l,ii i miii liiliinllli r.li.'Y.J illi'i.liili i.tu iiilimt.' . 'I'n I'lini' iliii. . rri riiil.li.--JUUU O CUCU I I1IU DE.U I I I I I I II III kiiiJ In iiii i.ih' fa. I 1: hIIiii 'I'm. .. I", iilnl S In. I il lii'i . Al-- ii .mil lint lliltuni'.. i. ri.i'. r. .'ill iii'l in MUt.iiinl mi ii.iiilinl in H.i lur mhik, a 1 1 1 mul In In lln in. I'.in llillir) iimililiiiil, mul 1'iii.lnii lullmtlliii nl r.ln imilj ii1iik'U. I'n.,. Mi i u.luiv, V .l i.,ii I kul ii . i.Ui. iill ini'ii'iiii'. 'i Attl-ul- s Uiilili-il- . .lil.hem lilt. Detroit. Mlrli. .i v.r ili- -i ii".-- . Ml" n t. no llinno u". roTDio dpi t l' i, JI'llll. Kvi-'r)'l,,- iho'ders with settle at once, as we I e.Neiir.sion. .I.J. MiMtrnl I l,l,:,1,ll Wother.s, need tllC 111011 CT Ulld must have it. weeks in ii,. ....;,,, u i;j,t " ICIklon, isspeudin Itoekport for Ids' K- - 11 " Try The ' etenV, Kl.ti:. and contcn. Is aliorae with "The Ko- a lamp iih Iho llcht o( Ihe mo,nlne. Ctalo(;ui.!',iili;Ko.lieiUrI.aiiiiCo.,NewVork. For Job Work. qiiiirji.ainintTriTr,"",,a"tTm, "" DAY. 1''' " - llarllord Republican KIM maapwpyca' tvxr trtzwvew!?..i?rv Tho i'vm r lum umiur lul A . ij nrfiJuraiHMftsujHfBjgg,,, CURIOUS PIPE. I .'. " M. I""-- '. hi.: -- II "I i 11.' II ' ' i I . ' IK" WirriiCA". It Inn plwiMil tin' Al. nnktv ('ixl in li wi'i" proviili'itoe t miniivp fnilll till' I'lHMO "I "'I'' !'""" eihood, our veil lielnvnl IViciul and 1'. N. V. "I"! hrntlicr Stunt Kid-owho depattcd till- - lilo our Mavl'.lt tsiVJ. Wi'.Ii'h tin ."'' lioti'livi'Miio-ourM'ic-iin tho ever Im- - v"e liuvi' i. i. ;.. .ii. :....- .,!,,.;. 1111 K III wi.n.i. U n, Resolutions ol' Respect. lold lo ropoil ll Now it h Sir.Iiilm ll.tppclll'll tlllll till' t'anii'liaii premier Itii'I fuitir to tin' lloti-- e liiiiit it lititmr parly, and hi" fipoi'i'li in mailer nit loriii wa of :i docidi'ly le clmrticiiM'. 'l'lii' b'u, yoiuhrnl reporter, however, could lint IwIh-it that Sir .l.thii ".limtlil wnitt uliliiiji. and, nci'nrdinjj l" l';"1 """""" l"'"4 """" Ill- - edil'ir, on wold. irg tie copv, told linn it nmiM nut and .is it wa- - not wanted lor the Mii l"'.' d -- L'lll'l! Ol iurini"iiii ... I. He win milil inul ttoiitli' in tiim, ii heart lull of .ymputhy tor fiiileriiiK humanity !'"' " "an,l ov' cr ready to evtend ii'liel'tn tlieiui'dy. A lu'iticn he va upiijlit and true eiiihiiiliiiiuiit ol manhood: 1!ioi.vi:i. That in hi" death we and hope Heaven liti" piined a ol ur ha.-- lo-- t one ever dear; not c:eh and only lor hi- viiloni in In- - l.odjre, hut u- - a hrijjht and shilling eauip!e of n ihm1 Odd I'ellow and loyal eition. Kixti.vi'H, That in memory of our dear hrolher the Sacred Alter and Chaiterhe draped in imiiiiuing and hadge lor the lirotlter- - wear the ?i lion-e-t,pei-otinl al nest morning, 1 he wa advi-e- to go and ee Sir Joliii and pel him to lie r porter, on lieiu. ''direct it. J" shown in, found Sir .John, oxocediiigh alliihle: IIaiiigcsplaiii-oi- l il.e lepniter the ohjeet I'IiN t, to lead hi- - imti'1 nloiid. Tin- - lie did, while Sn ,)olin lay on a with a l.iee of est'imo ol'a o'e unity to hi- - own" inooheioiicie-au- d eoiieeting them a- - oeet-i'in- When the noti'i were liiii-- h laid In- - leind on ed th" pieniier lo-llieuiung man'- - -- hniilder, and liegnn in the ino-- t f.itlierlv of toii',i. ev.ictly wlmt ha- - Iinppincd "I vi-l--e, :0 That the heait-l'e- lt tin- - Lodge he extended ol to hi- - family in their alllietiou. That a copy ol the-- e Ui:ui.vi:n, upon the reeoid-ofth- e Lodge. day-- . Jtiwi.vr.n, a eopy of the-- e to the Haitl'ord he IkCi'i'in.K'AN and that it he leipie-t-c- il to ptihli-- h the Mime. G. V. Kom.M.w, 1'. X. I'.. WlI.l.lAM l'M'.K- -, 1'. S.. N. I'., ; Com. Dan .Mo-i.(!. V. Xai.i.. V. (!.. (.'HA- -. II. Th.it i:, I'AKk-iSee'v., dear oinig friend, I am an old man and you aie u young one, and you will therein! e not mind if I give you a piece of advice a- - to the My adpiactice of your piofc--ioi- i. vice - thi-- : Xevei attempt to icpnit n null ' you are perfeelh lire that you aie - her." With llii- - Sir John howed out hi- .Vow, my -vi-it- AUBIEVXUjE. tli. ,l. K.Knwi'. I .luh Hon. K I). WHlkenind pus-- o I ll'irtfnrd, ilumioli :ii w hole hli-- .t Wei k. CHXTHAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROHRITOR. J Mil" just hooii repaired iiml newly I'nrnMii Loiuti'il ilo-- e to Depot. Imr liivl.ii'V nl' lilnml nml i'OI'lliliri Iui1i.iiitls'i)oiiit.iniiti'lv limcli. Hive Lack to the liood meal!" in fearful I'ontliet that almost rent tho j :l trj.,j wi eiuiiiii.v in iwu in iiiu limn uu, the lvl'i'llion. ami itrt owner iirize it -- so hiultly now that no money will or W. no YOl' I., 1, NT TO II II I! V. .mil.In i.Iip. ti.ii U ui.h u. Mini in I. II. mi liiiii to part with it. if.'iilliiiciiii.llu.iiiili..Mi.ill i)' .! IV i prii-o- n The pipe was m.iilo in Lililty fmi,Juliiiiliiiiiliiii'iiitiiiiil in.j nl Tho lln'rlnjlllt lllllllllinliul liy mil' of tin Union soliliei-sillli.l I'.. head wu-- carved out of a hroken lln,...,u.. ul.ii.tiultl iilt.nil I..II ln..r. l,...,llliliil ... i) exterior of tho iiili.iiirni nun j"m n mi it 1.1: .:.. un an,. i.kii Inlaid on the i.irm he.nl are einlilenih of inaiiy of tho "li'U vi'Kinii'iiN that did hattlo for tho lull" mi.l Ki'till.'iiK n nullum-- .in imn.li ttlii-- i it tlli'li' lirtllfli)i..t-ltl'X- i llal tl "l lVder.il govennnent ami thclti'-igiila- s uiiiiinii nlioliii" nut I. inn. lil- - nr In i iil'inil) of M'eret hoeietiis iiml other V'I'lii-- In ir III.' jH'I'ii i''i"iliinll. Oiiim.i work. The only implement lllin.cj.i rniiin 1"'. Ik .llii I, i i, in making the pipe and Its Mil'". :iil. . I..H..1... i...if.. muiii-n - n ivniniiu ....n... in'mrmuii'iii wiii1-- !' On onu nldu of for wear. the thi'i'iiiioUHpiix' is inlaid a tiiangle, WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 with eoinpa-- s mid Mman, all tiiiulu r i.i. o.n out of the -- houlder hone of a dead ConfeileratiMillleel'. A I'iivular wreath inclo-in- g a sen ill. evidently intended foi1 soiue N inlaid In tho hrat-- olv tained from an old army button. A heart pierced by an arrow is made from a piece of an exploded shell. A itiiII inelo.-e- il by olive bvandiefl h obtained lroin the buekloof a Kdt r 'i tr, 5,'iiiiW85JQSB is made from a pieco and a ere-ceof an old bayonet. On the opposite 'rsxssrsrcsaziLS'sissii, bide the legend "IfcCi," indo-i- il in a mil, is mailn of other pieces of ' M'" "ic fincti nml .1iwt Artittic Work; me. A cireli', of which Is u any the or style. Freitrriea St.,bilicern (!m37 is olitaineil from a fragment of Snlantl4lh. coiiiKT ii iil in w)ine part of tho Two wo ed guns on 0(iiiiimeiit. the trout of tho lowl are madoof noxiioMMi-:- , pieci'Mif Cuiilederate gun metal and two American Hans are Inlaid ill varl- nKM.r.11 in on- - lnattTials. mill ill(i'rl Iiiik-iI- i a, The owner of this i)ii' tells a curi Trilrftl I'llt'l'lS Owonsboro, Ky. ous Morynf how it came into his All Orilert From Stwjr Promptly a poM'-Mo- n. An old man iimmI to call uly at his Morn every day and beg enough (ended to. of the cigar dippings from the to trive him a L'ood chnnee to ( I tiiM-da- llcllr of l.lliliy lrlnii mi Htlilliltlnn In it IIiihiI) Cluiir Mine M Imlmr. Tlii'fi' Is ii pipe on iwhihitinn In tho Vtotvof n popular IrNli I'ijjar liuinu- r.ntiiri'i'in 'tho Uowcryni'iit i well win thy ol study. It telN a Niddeii Commercial II old.' ) nmOM VJ UFT.DJMWE Pr;, i r ivivnBi T 3a I J'lPMW'KiH J l I Wl ?.. MUKM ?v th U ., W rtra vyfe L.. ! lit" Firw?iU sja$J!l,? TrT) ' -- - -- ii KiW&i' iSjraTtj.i IwXM f 1'J, VylZ Y"T I "r-T- lm 1 . gun-t-tiK'- 0l. r" . -- .nj Eiiiaiai'ilLiJ: . -- J V A' il Wlt'JWi'tllS vJmOP'B'LU1" )jA fjUi&Vflo;;.iH;.:,T.i?L i ' i N W it!iWj flkjf j i ;i. vTBH "Was ftfivc? u 'Tifi 7tfJ' iyrvi'rstrryas-t- j, m I OAP &m orna-mi'tit- IIijI-Iii- ii u-- ed cm-ii-iiai Embolus Improvement MANyEXCLUSIVELYlTSUWN. Everi-Desirabl- e iorkeiif Aid 170 vv ,y ' 1 -- '. U j..ncnAE ri.,ijini iLT fa rl l giWAR'rFtsT - nry-i-- ' .iiTPn C.Theo.Cain, FIIIII'IED?. ? bEEUURr rf r- ' - JsHGENT li - Cf? N.K.Fairbank&Co. itsnaBKiiiasniarcaaffaassirTvQ -. e''? itni j t, j i " st. louis ALIVtACtNT WMNTtUIMEVERrTOWN 3 c.v 1 nt v. J lexican ' -- In-i- de i temx'.i unil.it ,. It f joiix niiiitii'il, mnl un I ., 1 1 , i tn Miil'llnil On I - I ni. i i ..Un i mill I ut, tils ni i.'xs i i,,. limn 'it l,i ,, I in ., ri , ad1 J ,. L. Y mn ,!n. u m i v ncran( y V.kw7Ut,JLJL b - KT I, I "'I llllillitl n.lltlt ti'lh. iih.l l,.i, 1. i.oliiii ii, iii- - in,,. mi i.u.i -- tn!, i muni, ! lll.lllll I M I H'iVi .. -- lllll,lli in. ll.r .1, iii I, ... ,,., Hint l l n,!! ,,,fcl ,. I , iniiiM 1,1 ..III ,, ii.i,iin,i,i ,, ,,.i,i,. ,,, i , .),, It,-- . Liniment, and Beast. 1 n - tl. ,., Ui'lii'l t I hmlliUl M.. .,..(., E&mmHimv I J'.urc for the Ailments of Man pain reliever. 'iw is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and bv everv one requi'-inoan effective liniment. No other application compares with it in elTieacy. ' r ,' five-tor- y Mr. Iliert hi- fatherV t'..t)dlrt ii W. Hnolnv ! -'l Minimi vimiinj; ! . t'lijiili'-i- ' thi-- A Blacksuako Vanquishes Vicious Rattler After a Fiorco Struggle. ;i eek. n MeM-- r. II. Willinmx. Mr. mid ihiuuhter-- . Hillvl-ilu, itit !i-.vi-i- llln, li.. i lilt, Inn, ijiisiiicss- - i'ii. n. j icimmii. 1 or ut times the lack Or .t It l Willi III,, prrltn! KMf AdI.iii Unit I UAWSON RENO, Caslilor niiike- - a neyer falling of l (flmi .iltlnllliin.ir. llli..f..ll.miiu.i.ia-n- - ! lu .I11I11I l.'lliii'iif pmnivof i')i.'re-- r in the natlw town .,.-- hni'.lliiil, ....l.iiiiiiiii'.-....... I .11.. I ...ll. - " .....Lit. ' .1 ."S . ..!.. 1(11111 ,lllil.l. .ui. In Ii.dia. ,cui Hint lirllli II'" in. l'he Hindoo,-- form the l. Il I. On' !- l.liiunrnt fur Hi lurge-- t poi'ioii ot the inhabitants, r .. lumen lit 111..11miliar ' ..ri.i.l..iiiiTiM..I,.il,l,.. I'J.V 'r,iin 'II .,. I,,,..,.' . and iito iH'ticeable for their rs)iiii)-whr un 1,1 rn li .. ii.ini.i i.li iM 'i'iU.V " ', "'" .1 i'".l II rii fi'f i. i'i.iln. ... diniiinitive Mature, delleato S ii nili. illi lr...in ' - mi iiuni 'I ..I .r. in ii Hl'ln il. ll'ltli's.nl. nil Oiyiuru. J V mil u, i:. ii. II wtU- -, li l'lii itn.li. feature- - and dark brown color. Their Ji hi. 'I, ..I i ..tn n Jri.' .1 ll.llll nil.ii. nitill children swai m in all directions, utitli. r ir. iimiii li.o- t.olril. II- h ill. terly ilev id of clothing, their h .1 .iTil I In I nii' n iniO.il.tiiMt . Kendall's Spavin Cure. brown limbs n joiindand in ii. I.li- null iitl'nln l mnl li un ..u il" nl It UT) un, I'nl,., ie,i si, ,cj, . ur. to in piMiiiini'iit ii"iili. in ol. in... jierfeet a- - little brown statuettes. IH HI ... I ii .ill), vi.. .ii.-i.- . I II. Among the Hvidoo- - of Humility only i. i nu. i. i'ii.mmim:. 'in i I ti I.i i i ir ,(, ,1 ,,,((, iall tended the Ifa !!iil...-ni- lii ... r .. urn a' Ci.iun dl 'l:r-- wear more than the wealthier I'l'Mi. ..ii r,i.i..M--at i.i . nl t. .t hi- - attack and wateh tin- - rep. to delay nlwl ihv In.. r.. tun Iih. ' t. lino anapolivy for dotlv- -. although girls lii.i, IN G ANdSpEEDING. Mgd Especi a lly For ER , lio l i. ,,,, what it would tile for a while and n ,ii, ri'.'.nr Persons .r 'i i li l . iiiSjj ,. lim,r rti. ar. , n.rr Mi. Annie .luck'oi. ami Mr. do not oiikj- than ten year- - may i call I ...! l.;i it It. r &re 1. roll r,..u otn (.i.Tunrkorlidiii'littlJ r. a iuoM.Y. wuuirui, do. They had a dunce to io up the Sniilli of !J"c'p'irt, Ml-- i Jla with tho MDipjo (lowing gaiments cti; itroutiVlroii HORSEMEN To Be Pronounced By which iijij so graei'l'ul and m ,idniira-blr iimm i m, uM tin? i' Hunger, which wa- - nliotit (ihm Sunday. . I.ntllr, ..,- - U I.I.II1.-TheMost PERFECT SULKY CART In Use l.i'.c, un.l mr.--. niKlatU. U tlic nuliw Vrlf titled to thoiliimttM. Tlmcri"- far long and of a gr.iyi-- h color. In a vs.7. .11 tlrtttfjiti Ititrv It Mr. iii.d Mr-- . Jnrfil tir nnt w, ol of the veinler-- . the -- trango nlghti fur "tl, in- - if irill I, suit to 11,17ittit fow minute? the hlackMiako was ?cen i ,rr-- i t.,. rrceipt i.ft,ii,,- hi thr jirmirlm- vinited rclativi- - nt.d fiui.ils and -- oiind-i go to make up one or the mo-- t pietuii-ip- ie to appear liom under the eiili .)t) feet here hift week. ex- - ' and intere.-tin- g r'f?. L'. J. KENDALL CO., n 11. (ant and move lowly toward- - the be met with anywhere Uoark, who !.a- - hiiii jierieitce-tTfos'iurali Falls, eriv Cor. til tli" Star. iattl'--nakfriends in ihe e i.n.i r niriv 'III. !l.tlt!illf';i i.f i.ilu-s. "Xow for a light" iid Mr. Ml' it ed hump Tho of over Walker, and the paity drew hack to EAK AND UNDEVELOPED Dr. .1. D. Maddux m.I iiti!.. .Inu. h. tho carthV smt'arc - partial ant pive the leptile- - a lull h.iw. Tlu-tor, Sue Hell, of U'ii'hp"it, weie llie jiihah-ltant- s arc Orcans strpmrthininl nnrt iiIh..vi a.1. liom Bt..ii, I.ii- -i Mnnlioud eatne the huge hlaek follow, ginsl- - of )r. King I'Vi of thu troiuVs anil iliinini-- h .. .. i.'nripi ..1,. u,nVl.nlr I,... ..r .nnA A' 77 arrvsng hi- - he.-.- d high in the ,iir nml .Vnoii.m., .ueakm i enroll l.y tlie I'rini "ii - i:t.i '. .' Itbii- Jt. pt,,i ,.p rapidly in liunilivr. hth ns to sjwcii'H I lly Itoiiu-illi-Jj r.) nnd liulivMti.iN, i wondv.uirp north-waii- l A Mrl'ti'ti iilfcr il.tr'n nl .,..a Mxtxufi dropping it, appiirentlv I it ll!l I"', 'ii '. . ..ill. ... : ,,i'ivr- - at V.i,l?,.x.p, S'"'1 ,,lln I' ,,,r paniPiiUr t II or tluimh tlm ground around which In I I.M'll-- ll ili.u. ii I the tT.XS CITY lli:i ll'll. inlllil zon.w. (iivat L . f.vCOMM W00 Aorlll SiTonil Mri-,.I'lill.i.', was to make the attack. It wa- - plainI .. till' hlllll.VH of tht two Mr. .1. I. '.ini.' irl. 1st lll'tW-t't'l- i Will ho ent to any adilri'-- j from 'II ly pviih'iit thai the hlaokunake wanted w - in "o ii 'I"i. ' now lor until .inntiaiv ho.-r-The r.ittli-:ia!:inid hark- Vaiiiiaijn v'"ar - ITKt fll"PV ' "" "v Imp ... nnii., When within 2, feet of the ... ..... "iriH'ii to flght. Hf mill. .1 ,. Mill. ii if winii.. k. conrliii-,, ,ri iiiniip, to t .iiiiiiiiiii In '"'"' '"I'll' n,v :tt litiixl; von nni-- t k- ii ii" I'ii, ijinii lin.ln other cteit ni' he -- topped, rtli-e- d , l,i, ti l i'l"l i .fill i In. :""i-"" li'la'ivi - 1. i .. '!"' v.lnl,' AJlliTlui in ' rohnt.-- ainl aild tlll WIIV I" do - to lead I III'. '''"I "l''1" lor Pil"- uki-iln- - lliuuiiinq. aw him lor ' and (lie ratth'-iiali- e iuli.ih COMMKIliMAL-il- uMi. .I.i-- i i I li I, ImihI" litooj,, il'IIXhi.ii: .il.' -. i'.. milv trt.i' in- itant-.- it The grotiuil between tlci'oiiiiaiiii "I I'V tsnn itlio lir-- t time. ll.r Old Woiltl. Tin- tivn pniiL'iit ol' I 'i oil t'liiiti and i aiiil tho whin -- luiki r. aio ca-- tr $4.00 4& 2.50 lliPin wa- - clear, nol a Mick imr a tIlt .Mr. Iiii'linril t'n-if- i, "!' liuilloi'il. ri'iii'v in tlioSontli. t'l'ii and iiiiimaK. Jttur-ti'il. fs2.00 $3.50 && diij noticed I'M- many yaid-- . K viitt'il rt'lalivi ami hi.'ii'l- - luri' .Aai.n. SAMPLE CO bHVh for 7f n lii'viiw. 2.50i-fs?1ihi- r.n-"- d head and J'omlav ami Tin day. The . von willi And examine it caref'nllv him .tiiiimiu in c.iitiL-,-42.25 Cv ,fo L l.75 For Citaloguo and Tricoii, writo tho Manufacturors, coined to TIip .i'"ijilt' arc all "threw out hi- - tongue and ii"lirt'iilla Im-- y lie j'liio tn Wlii'ii LiilioiU'liciv went to CanAildi- v- all let ij,' ron boys $2.00 I). They now. M'iri' he ready fbrjau encounter. tiini'. & Mfg. Co., lirido it !? Kiiid that ho di'vi'lopod a tor ami innke all chucks anil I. n ta-t- c I'oiilly loiuindcd one of ti couple ofj for taiiiiny wild am- - lii'c onli'rs ptiyahli' to WKi P.ilT L' , i,'. nuts v frsii JACKSON, IVIiCHICAN, U.S.A. niak Hi- - room-- , whi.-- wore spa- men ju-- t entering thoaiena Ktculng n (on!c r. lui tit bulMliy ihnt LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., ?7rS' s 'I ml r i')its and I'oiiiiiiodiniis for collco i,l, y i . n """ for a light to the death. i.oih-wii- l, jhsown'u iho. .k iirririt. arran-. 'nl.. inartor- -. wi-isomewhat It U iilm-ini- Mwlarlii, Itxllji.-the Idack clniiDpioii tailed on a elIt. tli II illl'l Hil.iil.lil . A.1 'I. 66 niter the nimuier of a niiniaturo ide arnund hi- - piey going neaier inoniiKi'iic it j oven reported that CENTFLEW tin: oi.oi:sr I'liiiiilr.t v iiiuliioK i ' ' t'i i V mil. atone time h'.' kept a young I tear in tin. (iri'i-- III rriiorooit -in 1:1c in to tho rattler evety miuiite. The fatAnd a rood twifi Altlio'i"'i tli" i ;'.; 'i tt it I'ltphonrd iimj led iijin entirely on Nim tier never took hi- - eye- - liom the apI'lrlllri's nl llii- lnlliitllllK lull prills tlii'Miiinliirli Krnli.ai.tl r. i.n.1 tit n iiiwmy nlu ,'j jJWVA must he simple; vrh. n it is not nnple it is plum I'alcc mid idiei'ir.- - f,ondoj) nroaspiml v.i : in t!' world tho Hit' it IopIIii- oi'xl lixr iiiniilli-- : fur Sm tlmt nainii aud proaching enemy, and hi- - head going lyiUlVVw mn pood. Siw.if, Jr 'tilt ''id, Goo,( iliese ' I rltu uro HTIIl.t .1 mi Ik ii.m f ,., ,iw New Voik World. One do. I'lililntl I'liiilimrupli-h-.'.o- ii iisof tliiMjiiill ii - till J.. luuiilii"i lliiii'l.ttni, Jlii, Soil by oft'ie iluutitrliout tin- Uiiti-- l. aiuiind lomindul the looker-o- n .wi. rils mean niurh, lu't to ri e ' ! .c K hester " i I..10 ll. Ooi'.liiiir ittir. Hv 'lpi'i.' " ' " I. no will ininu-i:Iit.i. i.tliinij itiii; I. n Inu, I.e. truth nmri! firc.u.v. All metal. Vf'T? in tin- hot. In you will ho When oiywhi-rtnnveliiPiit- - of ii I'olk.-eieHOOKER & TA130R, I. no " Oii(nl.iirl'. fiipil " The white ant is p.. e. ed of tho i? touh and re:imle53, sr.d i ,.;.o i t luiec jiieccs only.'Uj: feet of he rattler the black quill im'iim lyif 1 n tin- :.il It - in tho within ilnl-- y Kv. Oiu- " I.iiii most extrii'iidinary egg laying it is absp.'uUiv :.- - f and uwralw.'e. I. c Al.iddin'j U ptililii- - liiotii-- . .mil a j It ntifr.I wtpjily In " 'I'ltlltllll.t M' fellow Hew around m Ja-- t that you ut any known ereaturo; of old, it n i.idce'l a '"vonil" n..l l.inu," f r its marol' tpulls fimii wl.it Ii othi'is may Im " one " ail often jiioducos Mi, jfifi egg.s in u Anil tliixiiily l.nlli'p.i In i wiilil hardlv till what il was. It do inaiii' wiifiii'ViT tin-ruln-rvelous Ir'it is purer anil brt.ht. r t"in ins lic'it, - n di'Miaud o softer than cl ctric hIu and jnoru r'i crful tlian ci her. single day. rinin the time llnlj pi's lire iniiili'. Cull mill -- ft' mr, Hf ucnr' win like tal;iiu;a tring tied toiutick for them. A ijuill pin - mi innilih' (ii.onur. iv. .ii Aii i is, ant hegiifiti lay until the egg lay( rj. IZ"inTiirtMi(rt' Tiik KrctirsrrM Iftv apifp Uh in tltiicnttttnq some to iiMKr. ai.il a 'in "..illy s i Ir it; fjJ tlic Me tni m v ami Iwiiliaj: it with all onci inllit. JCUWi Kochc-U- r r-- 1 llitl-lain.lliiln Mri-ilU If ix 1' lly llii ill VI vJTics " nl f reckoned wlmt it if intide', that it ing enon l. . iKau.l m will fii'l ii i linii .iiLiy liv i it , uur vliuu- - M luvki'a.ouJ ev.'or.o'e:r;, :j-Slldili'llly till' two I'tllne loyetlli'l' and fn Sinjiowtlile to iniiU'iMaint why the hy eiitoiiio!.,giM- - us an exact lunar 1 Hvaticl.es fium llie faijttt fainp&Uein thr ll jk.I, prodtiees L'.riOO.OOOegs. i;iiini.3Jii,ii i,..v.i- - in,, I'aru I'larc, :icv VorU city. vVJ yr iinini'iIiaU'Iy heciiiiii' entwini'd tilmiit illiulislt .hould piefi'i' them to the month--sin.- ' n-- v r i - ",-- tt. In point of feeimdity the white ant 4 j t'jieli otlii'i', lulliiiu' pi 'lis uhith are sent and ovei in admiralil" t T Mil rxcorb r.ll other croaturea Bt 575.00 lo A- ilii-- t. 'l'lii- hilly live ll'oln tii'tiit iil'it.'ili all over the l.miU IttiultJja lor tlic ;2S0.0fli..:.rr. 'iWZi world IJut ihi'ili'v.'t'on to mi. I O'l IImii I'lifi iiiiliiliiii.iii liirnl-l- i n iiilniilu.-- . Then llii'ic wa-- a lull and pf ll Is so ieiu'mlth-i- t iheii- - ttniilll is a tiii iili'.lt. tlini In Ilin Iiiihiii.i... f..iif iiitittn nl ,., I'OIt lilMTl'SI l.ii.i 4'iii..illil tho Ijliiekeiinl.e wan (litioii in the l.iwi-niirtto have Im tlmt nodorti-meiit. Ui'M l K'nlli'lt'. ,,tUill.(l l'lll.n)ti Mill in'. ..i.i ml ..iiinn la, tilt. nl in , I', JOIISO would Ihi legal if written with v.'iil..ir- t. ii .ii. A CO h tin- tiiroat with In IS THE BEST. ii i.i i.i dj&jjj$ n ,,, i.iiiiiniiiiii '.'till llll'l .ii. t., Itlillllinnil, Vll. i. Kt. Louis d iilnmt liny tiling hut a pilll. wa- tovHOMesiwnotoiiiKo.oHAra mouth. lllolielleinoi lilt. ",:& ioiti.vr;;r,vT;,jiv tlit nutlet' hmly and every lew mv Wotieo ol Dissolution. Oillinix. .Hiniili' FOR jJAKKRy oinI. ho would give a Hiii-ethat lltiiiiliiK riiffiiii. lur U'ti.lillm. g The pailuei.-hi- p hertol'oie GJTLmTLm uiui'li I'urtlier l llii; lattler 'riiepimti'iilility uf the homing r. pigeon serviee hits hi ."t so iMtietorily-ie-le- hetween C. M. liarnett ami .In. 11. Ills end. II. A. LOZKIHK&CO., FOR CH6iLLS& FEVER, BILIOUSNESS. liy I'liiiiiiiiiiiiuitioii viri tli" liogeiv- - Dinlir the fiim name Harnett & In 10 iiiinuti-t- he hlaek hero dnip. -- hip of wariiiii-litti'it- l Wholiwile D.ialei.s, oil' Aiiiiamliri iV HEADACHE AMDALL itulilii-lii't'i- j ol" the jhiitlord lped llichod and from pl.niK hetween CLEVELAND, O. MALARIAL DISORDERS. Aiiiuipt.lis nml ni her l!i.rrni.ii., i C, M. JJar- tip, look on la-- t look, mnl then slow. II iItiiiion. FDR SALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS. ',l"s"l"'!"'u, 1 h wound oil' into the hnii-Ii-. i:l:::,..i:r;i''.7,;.7!;s':i::;r;,-:i;' MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. PRErAREDBY RICIWRMOM-TAYLfl- R !! CBftHlttt MlMIyti W liUi J , . ll.irnctt. . Ii wa- - :i late and lemnrkahle rccuc tho ...f .il.iliiy .a ii vesi-r ri. miia! gag eruHnu and tlioioiiglily enjoyed hy all of the al..m?ihoeoai at a distanee of over V. M. llMiNirrr, . J : 5;.i,., I. ETKJf (i- BIMi IB Ml i fl 00 a . inn mile- -. Nvli.n in. ..the,- meaimof Kw'U f 5 s n n 1 Jo. IJ. II.mii:iim. One ol the gentlemen iai-e- d paity. OaOlil I'iutured Copied and Kiilinged uriCk.fc,s1 , i wiiMIIUIIil HI'MI would heiiolhle. Ill ( . . iiti 11 :Uy M. ' "" I'""""'''''-!- ' Iieit'ilnre uptlio Head tattler mi a Miek am! he kept niionii.int intoirtnii'se wiih A SPECIALTY.- Iiiund that he wa- - leirihlyga-hi- d .In. II. liogeis and Alex liar and the shorn This prompt wi'vieo, it '"'iwien I0.S1. .Main Klrret. iiiu ne u ". niaiigie.i. j.iKe me " to the (OYi'llimoilt. iiniit auvau nett under the linn mime Ho'tih iV 57fi o)m.'-j:o:o- , ky, Cor. Haiti doe- - nut hile, tlic lihiek-mik- e hut tile Il.iruelt, puhli-hei.- " of the llaiUiinl morn Hun. eru-lii- 'out the hie ol'ii- - vielini. lii.i'nii.it'A.v, A'ex liar- -The co-tuco-tiii- Tile ( 'huri Ii :it thi ph. 'e t" of Ifi'v. ).iit 'eiii'r to t!i tiiis 'Imri'li. Tin' i'ii!" I wHittliT thi iniriiiii,' under an old eiih on the oi' u to pr ivk IV f. V ' N jiroph hut yiovc, appealing ix'ii"-ii.ilrt.iv- - tru . to he killed, never allowing liim-ewri-- t lie was a- - large around OffiN'ESRl'OW.'T and ai lieiee a looking I'ellow a- - one Mr. A. Lee Hone is vMtin relawould want to eneoiinter. The gei- Ky tive- at Daw-oi- i. tlcmen weie eated under a huge pal-Mr. It L I'.ird, ..I A'-l- i ide. is the after-noomotto tree enjoying the ple.i-aI(e M n' l''"iil. I ut hi- - iiitlnr. gin when they noticed u iattle-aal;- e thi- - phiee. eautioii-l- y from out creep lowly and Mi- - Mil Miiiii"l, wli' hi- - lieiu end him-ounder a ' eg e.mii M ih' relation-i- n with head in the air and eye- - tuineil - tit li.nue moiitl.-- , ty for toward the natty, iiiuen a- - to say, again. "Here I am." One gentlunaii oplc atA linuihi'l' of our ii'in,: linn ii dull, hut the othei.-Iteliliiolt the pi-t'nhead-ipiarteroeca-ionall- y, "t lf A thrilling fight hetween ti wa- - witno mid a rattle-nak- e Ciiiuiuing- - Orange Orove on the hy a party of men fi i D.iytonia. For several week- - pa-- t a lilaek-nak- e r ahout Kt feet long ha- - made hU ii i i in.. i hlaek--imk- e and I'Mnm to Hnrtfuril. Kriilny. lr. n. '. Tieliinor mil " L li:t "lid Lw. .. I. Hoowr !I K. Willihi:-Siilld- ii i'Miilio;. mi. les.s time his treipieiit. ami om night a elerK In ii one of the cheap lodging III !U'lU;ill(M IIIMHI l.llil'll 111 11 lllll'l' and the old fellow was dying and anxiiwi.l.v iciiiji'tei) Jiim to come to him. The cigar denlei vcjif, anij the old fellow gave him the pijie. lie told him it had been made by the Union but added: "I newr knew Iii-- - name. I was one of tho Confi ih rate Kitiipl-- . -- tationed on duty and 1 .'avj; fhe chap at Libby pri-o- n. who carved out thi- - pipe man ,') feoil on the ipiiet." The old jim CoiUedeiMte died with tlu- -e words on hi- Up- -, nml tho cigar iimniita.-ttnv- r had him ihvently buiitil. Xinr York Adverti-e- r. ii Iiou-cmpri-iini- T. - After pm WENSB0R''J ( V l'irii''i. NATIONAL j-- r U . Oi JJJIiJl n ,npT)nC!lTnnrDV JjAi iv M Uljll 1 i"vP'?&&.?: ..iS; iVK'f- '.: Jjv k 1 - - s. . r n" r Owensboro, Ky. S.vvi ?' T- - - "'ii i r : JR& KENDALL'S 4 2TB,000. $Accoiiiii'j of Fa rm-or- Security For Deposits . a ii (1 (' o ii n ( v y . Mirer. Oil Krnir.lj--f k r IIvi.t. 1 rul, in It l 11 tarn In It ill ana ilnamt lllflir. lUa.1 ruo( Uluwi -- remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. iV' iiK'dirine chest is complete without a bottle of 1 hi-- ; well-know- n Mi Tin- - mam; Ll.VIMKM'. on (imc deposits. Merchants i Spri'i-allyInterest paid So- llni in Oiuisums arise for its use almost every day. AH Kendall's Spavin Cure. 1,1 l.llliii-i..,Mll- druggists and dealers have it, licits your -- 1 , -- nt n 11 Ih-- I -- ""' 1 . . HnT&Vm E HA RSE? MV.iA 1. 111 -- riiiw ds 1 .11 11 . i I U-- lf . I iHQWSPEED? Ex flI Elc0 Him? mn-hiiga- . -, 1. I il- pei-uad- i K.-- j"-- llt i il..-- irwi-- ." I I - , bei-eei- , . . -- 11 v'-'p- ItilU-r-ri.liitM- -- -- y -u All . i 1 5t- I'ar-adi-- e, ' ,,. - -- Wa-hiugt- 250 KoSEFREE'tefLllDWcoPtNiDY: -i- i Xoi--Ie--- ly l. - :. . W il. occa-iniial- lv 'l. a-- ti'in-in'ra- Loris'ii.u-- jr i, , - :!(' -- :, cs Mi--.li- , , . iii. -- - d, i -i i , il"-- i Vljit-l--- . - , -- i ii- ' - Jnn ".. .t. Aii-trah'- nn - y ly -- - (.uli-urili- c. r . . I'ro-eiitl- P1 M ' i Austin, Tomlinson Webster i ! -- W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE emg Is Believing." s ti-- - , -- - " - - Iio-in- e, v& W i- lli'-l'll.- i- e 1 over-usuit- 1 H o.-e- r la-t- nl -- I'l-n - t . I - tew WQh Mi PACt" Km n v4r "ino ocnester" -- i -- . Ili-lm- twi-lc- i'ci, ik DOCTOR TAYLORSl exi-lin- 03NT jlark Agents Wanted! allREl jteitler, i,, v-.'- l 1. ... e - :r '"ivnir.' '"- , ,, ' .., , ' cm-Iiii- -- '''' A mm I d 'a 1 lrsgpgp , d, tiion;i. s,mu( a ( ii.iitni, way of divining tin fntnie hy ineam of a (lower. eiioii'di in eivi- ihcDoer-111and I'eitiliei Dull-a' lized cnimtHf"', hut not he- .Mowing .Maehuie ami foro in I'olyiie-i- u. "Ao" and "Alta" till! Iie-- t oil niillkel, ean 1I0 ui het. moropeiitcd in u thrown tcr tlmn call 011, l W.Vi.i-i.i- :, away, and tho nlj;iihUiitlon seenifi Haitl'ord, Ky, equivalent to tho "yos" nnd "no" of Kxclmngo. Goetho'sMarffiiorito. Who wi-- h To tlio Parmors to piiieha-e Thi.nativet.'ifrL.-t..rH.indhavelh- -t ""''' sM Imll mteie-- t Uoer.-- . . in said i. IImii", .in ii'iii OIIITBENT llll 11 lllliSli.Ti lilt lit 11, ptiier to Jo. II, oh-erv- ed ,() hhiiiIi mnl whjih' iiiiiiin .v nm. i HARRIS & v .'..'... ' I-JJ-E, CURES WOTgiJHG BUT PILES. A May-iiiK- .'11 mmi.oiis imui; ,iiiiii,i,-.ini,i ilv' j it... Uoiints he mik', i.n.u., ,,.,, "i.m i.j z. ItAKHKKS. Opposiio Suler and near Clovurporl liotnl, Cloverpoit, Ky. """ SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yonro no tho BEST REMEDY FCR PILES. I.j f 11,, M oris.