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Mu.&l, IN KKKKCT NOV.l, No. 61, Dully. 11. WKHT IM1WNP. I.T. Ihilly. 'J1 1. ni. 7:ii . in. .W p. in. WtnlPuliit Iuim ille Mi . in. :llu. in. il7 in. nwultiitairg lrliiK.tn letkimKirt Cluverport llaweMlllc l.i.wlK)rl Omutliora Hiulliille Ar. ll.Nuerx.il , tt.ll n. in. 8:i7. in. 'Mn. in. 1UI p. in. 10:H u. in. 'J.tHn. in. .H V tn. , UsU (luUiii.tq. UUt . m. Ui l l. H;ll p. ni. M'l . ni. tl.Vi p. ii, XMy. m. it Jiiayn. No. Si, KthT ItOUSl). t'ally. 7:15 No, 61, I1"1? l.(.lluUeron Siinllivllle l.'uiHirl nlnloii rvU,'trt UttlllYIf. v, a. in. 3: l.lp. 7;'l7u. in. :i'S7 p. i7a. ni. I.fli. "J '! 6U-- '' !' a, m, a. in. IM M: J a, in. 7.S1 li "i p. in. .ni ni l.nnp. in. 1 ni. In. in, " lul lleT.lH.ltl, . iii. Hleplmuapurl llrmadeuVnirf Want Tuhit Ar. 'Bill p. '. in, ! 11.14 p. ni, )i. in. l.ulMlll p. in. p. in. inaki) vonneollAii at Tulm No, tl ami Ko. Imaglui (Hunlay vieepleil) Willi Iralni on l.oillf. ami Tlllv, HtrJIailnirf A Waitera!. It., wait lioiiml. For furllmr liironnallnn, kiMreta II. C, HOIUIUK, lien. Pa'r A('t. it at I.uuIiiiIIk, Ky. BHOWM'II IRON ITTKRS ALX AKAO VurlHUi Contain! Oue Hauadtwl KntpM (or iiiftk. dellcloui CaiUr cheaply and quickly ut'ioiim. Tlili boolc In lcu away at drug and (tnoral alorcn. ESSAY, is now at woik to Unci to allow himChairman of tliu TiionmrrioN iikn lift:. Our Rogular Corrospondont Democratic National Committee. Writes an IntorostingLot-to- r He has repeatedly said that he in It is no easy tak to gather togethfrom tho Nationtended to retire, and it is well known er connectedly nud-c- t down in an al Capitnl. that he dislikes Mr. Cleveland very form for the tryes ofotln'is, s much, but there arc why he the thoughts iimI K'utiirrcnt-- ' that may Tliu cliii'iu in tliu Democratic raiike by ithe peru-a- l of cannot very well refuse to do what have been aioii'-eniiiiiiiiiitioii nfCluvc-IiiiI'M ii mm liy the the Standard Oil people want him to some tale ot tictiou or ol tact. Iiiih purcpptilily widencil the Free Coiiiugu lull wii.h linitlly ilc do, and hu may continue Chair- Thoughts, sentiment", there may be; in the thoughtful leader such mii-- t tt'ittcil liy tliu House, mul, wliilu tliu man. Yet, how dillerent i it, ever exi-- t. Free Coiiine Democrat;' arc not Ho Couldn't bo Dowuod. to give outward expie-i- on to that niiieli talking for publientioii, "Hoys," said tliu big man as hu which is in the heart. The uio-- t they tire freely prcilictiii' privntely drew closer about the table in the new facile pen lose- - its .swiFtne-- s as if defeat (or Cleveland tt'xl tliu los of hotel, "if anybody wants to inn to begin the ta-- k before it. tliu Jloutu tor t'iu Deinocriitic party, against the frost hu better tackle me.'' llcfo.--e the beauty and simple soby ruiiMin nl tliu detection of the Nobody accepted the invitation. lemnity of such a book aa "lien Hur," in that party. "I'll tell you right here, I am a the graude.-- t ciiticistu seems hut Kecil led the nssault I fighter from way-bawa paid childish folly, ami li'o-- e all tueie in the House which definitely fettled yesterday, mid I have been blowing foolish ijuibblcs, iMi.'.jr like liny tliu (ale ol tliu Free Coinage hill liy in my stuff ever since." bubbles on the water, Jir u moment Thcru wan it a votu ot 154 to l.'Ki. We all believed him. ill tliu minds o the public, and then larger attendance than li.nl before "Now, there is a man at this table to leaving itiily the name been on the lloor of tho llou.--e for who once said 1 was a coward,'' he of 'JIuii Hur' to shine as does a four or live month. It was not unwent on banging on the counter with in the sky, in the horion of til the day before the light that Ins big fist. "1 want to add that that fame. ineinlierH, who niw their man .lies right in his tracks." Were I a ciitic of the best standu.g power to dictate the action of tliu We all shuddered. I should hesitate before tho open pagHoiibu, fully decided to kill the bill. is "Pin on to him. It would bu es of this book and for a moment For a lime it wilt thought that they for him to dodge for I'll get theie pause ere I laid a desecrating hand would let tliu Democratic factious just the same. If a certain little, upon it, and I ask that ou who may theni-elvehut tight it out mining sawed off, hump-backegoggle-eyeread this, u; remember that what I after a free exchange of opinions it fellow, sitting over in the have set down here are ineiely the una decided that the bct thing for corner drinking cider, and trying to thoughts and feeing created in my the entire country wad that they imagine that he is out of sight if he heart 'y this "tale of the Chri-t- , and clioiild take the leading pa it in crushhears what I say, it's time for him to not cntci-mi- . ing tliu bill instead of allowing the slide out the back door.' In till era in the liteiary woild ot Democrat to puss it, and having the t Nobody slid. fiction and romance, "Hen Hur" has I'rcrideut kill it with a veto, a lie "Fair warning! The little matt not j by unnoticed, and theie would liavi! done. drinking cider once said I was no few, I think among the thou-anThe Republican .Senate, true to tliu aie good. He said it when I was drunk ' who have in fancy followed the vareeonl ot the parly sliowed tliat it be I would have taken or advantage of ried of Hur, who fortune- - of the lieves in upholding Christianity and his iiupuny, then mid there, hut I've do not iccognie its superiority over inoritl reform by adopting .Senator waited till I was perfectly calm and the majority of ficticious works, (Quay's ainemlmeiit to the clause ot sober, like I nm now, so that everyg as tiie title page of the .Sunday civil bill providing for one will have a fair show all mound. the book, the public aiid the iuteie-- t the coinage $."i,KM),0)) in souvenir Make ready there.'' which for eleven yeais it ha- - excited silver hall dollars, for the World' j He snorted mid prnucciT around in the public mind, we srao for a Fair prohibiting the opening of the' and knocked over two tables, iliak-ig- ng moment upon this, then with rever-- I exposition on Sundays, and of Sena believe he needed so much elbow en', fingers turn tho title page-- , to 1'elIerV auieudiiieiit proliiliiting tor room. seek in the book the sale of intoxicating liquor on the "Make ready there, you sipiint Thus viewing with this charm. exposition grounds. "Now, let the eye'd man-witthe cidci; one, two, thoughtful sight this ci cation of the Houe dcleat theee two' Democratic novelist as we turn the chsvpters it dares," said .Senaaineiidiiients if Jiiittheu the doot flew opjn. lv with inexperienced hand we come tor Quay. d "Ah, here you are'' the with quickened breath and lightened The dilfereiice between Democratic woman, boldly grabbing the hero eye, to that part wheieiu we feel lies ami Republican methods has been looktliu ear; "I've been by I mostly the secret of its fame. sharply defined by the lVniisylviiiini ing for you for an lioui! Oh, you brute peak of the life ofClnist. labor troubles. Lat May tliu House you will drink up all the money I I Jiavo as the title page of after some very haul kicking in its Hindu washing clothes will you? Well, the narrative, the interest of the pub- favor bv the Alliance Members, an-- 1 you may be six feet high, but I'll lie, throughout it - a type of the thorked the Judiciary Committee to " tell you right here life of any member of the human investigate the l'iiikertou detective "I I wasjiist coining," he plead, family In it we read of system and its methods, and appro cd, sipiirniiug around in his track.-- . pomp and poverty, power and hit-- I priated the money to pay the expens"You were, were you?" she gasp- mility, stiifuand bloodshed, of joy The rcfolti' es of the investigation. ed, giving him a wicked lunge in the and sonow, all to end in the Clui.-- t. tion was iiuietly laid away by Mr. " ribs. "Well, I think ho our live.-- go on lrom day to Dates, who hail been designated as ' "I I will never day, blending together m the wool of Chairman of the subcommittee, "No, I guess not,'' she cried clutchlife the dink and golden threads dotwhich was to make the investigation, ing him liy the hair mid walking him ting it lieie mid there with bright with the intention of presumably out in the street, "not if I know it. hopes mm ambition.-- , and then at la- -t waiting until Congress had adjournYou go around blowing about your end, witli many of the shining hopes ed nud then making a leisurely pleasgreat wealth mid iiillueucc, and if it mid ambitious scatteied, broken", or ure tour at the expense of the people wasn't lor me you'd die in the ditch. given up for higher tiling.-- , with one while engaged in the investigation. Now, you jti&t go home and wa-- h the bright, golden streak the Clui-t- . Had that investigation been prompts. When you dirty breakfast Looking back "as through a glass ly made when it was first authorized get that done I'll attend to your easu darkly" along the path of the centuit is probable that no tinned force at once." ries, something we see with our weak would have been sent to Homestead And oil' he went, vision of the beauty and simplicity of by the l'li'kertons, mid the lives lost oc.-u- s of Naareth, and somewhat of a there would have been saved. ICarly July 15th, 1892. lnngiug therein born within u- - for this week Mr. Dates took his partisan The Republican Club met on tliu the day when "we shall Homestead in to above dale at the colored school house him The birth of our as ho is." search of Democratic campaign and was called to order by P. A. Gary, und not of the cause of the who stated the object of the meeting. Savior is depicted in it mo-- t beautiitil Floipicnce and simplicity trouble ther. The .Senater will nNo After which we went into a perma- name. are here so well combined, a to suit investigate, but, murk the dillercuee; nent organization. Anthony Walkthe couipieheiisiiiiis and satisfy tliu it will do it through a select er being elected Chairman of the taste of the learned mid the uiileni liCommittee of beven, three ReClub, P. A. (.Jury, Secretary; Wesley All ed, of the old mul the young. r publicans, three Democrats, mid Foiomanfrearure. After which L. M. may read that beautiful stoiy, the l'efl'er, which will endeavor to Taylor mid P.A. Gary both gaveipiite grandest, while the simplest in all the get to the bottom of the trouble with- interesting talks concerning tliu duleading, understand. out fear or favor. Which method is ties of the Club. On motion of W. G. uoi Id, and Such a beautiful thing is simplicity. the right one? Parks that a synopsis of this meeting Let us go up now to the gulden of Tho Democratic House refuses be published in the Hartford . the palace on Mt. Ziou and standing one cent point blank to appropriate After which we adjourned to there a moment beside 111111:111 and from the National Treasury towards meet Friday night, July 'Jillh. the Roman, 'ook abtoad over Jeruentertaining the veterans who will atWe had a good meeting, considersalem, the City of the Kings, shadtend tho U. A. U. encampment, ing it having been gotten up on such owed now in the ilu-k- y light of evenmul it was only alter a prolonged shoit notice. We did not have as wrangle that it agreed to allow the good crowd as we would have liked ing, yet, beautiful, mo.-- t beautiful. Kvcn the power of Rome has not efDistrict of Columbia to spcndSi.O.OOO to have had, but what was out seemed faced that beauty. Now looking befrom its own revenues tor the purpose. to have been very much interested in yond its marble palace and show of People's Party That the the meeting. pomp und splendor, we see hoveling movement is nothing but tender to Our next meeting will be Friday above it all a cloud on its fair hori-.othe Cleveland machine is every day night, July 2!lth, and we hope every the shadow of the Roman eagle. becoming moro evident. Already the voter in the precinct will turn out. From tho palace of David, tho Third Party Congressmen have dropKvery colored voter of the county ped the mask and openly admit that should subscribe' for tho Hartford voice of Ciwar goc- - forih over the i they are making tho fight, not to ItiM'i'iiMu.vN in order to keep ported land of Judea, tho voice of author-itand of power, and the noble race elect their candidate, but, to throw in all the important iuesof this great of Kings in Isiircl, is there not one tlo election into Congress nnd make political contest. We hope the whito Hut barken from left? Not one. the election of Cleveland certain. Republicans will meet with us from out the dim pa-- t the voice of the Their only object in putting up a time to time and help us. Prophet, and then Bethlehem art ticket was to iniiko a basis upon P. A. G.miy, Sec. not the la- -t among the princes of .In-- I which to trade with the Democrats in dull, for out of thee shall conic a gov- for Third doubtful Districts for votes I'm roti.lip.i Nlilloll'i. Vilulirer ixulmt nu i oeimr tli'il tJnlll I'll to tn ticitliliv hl'M inn, Iuhh ol uppi'lite, Piritn'io., und nil (uit'iu Party Congressmen, believing it pos-niil li)ppiii. Priif in mul '.'ut' u r ImllliMil .. el. thereby to elect enough Third Vt'iitni. liiilllii A Urn. Looking forward a few years more, Party men to tho next House to wee tee tho gilded eagle banished them to hold the balance of powFor all tho little ills and worri-inuof Children, Dr. Fonner.s from its pedestal of tyranny, and er in that body. more ignoble Now that tho silver bill is dead and Soothing Syrup is superior to all Jerusalem under yet 'W tirranted to satisfy or yoke, for from the temple on Mt. buried beyond resurrection, there is others. For sale by money refunded. of the smoke of sac-- ! no good rcuson why Congress cannot H. llean. - It Moriah,in placo of'thu Ttuk, rifice, floats the crc-efinish its business ami adjourn before and where once the sHvery trumpets An agreement the fUst of August. niiii.oii'k 'orm iiiii Ciiiiiiiiiipiiiui i of tho Lcvites called a nation to between tho Senato and House on Curu footil I.) u nnii KiiiiriiiitM'. It Hold l' ., Wii)i. lirilllu A Itio. piaycr, the hills old mica echo the the date of adjournment is expected Such is thy praises of Mohammed. to be reached in a very few duys. and WIM. OUNUr'ri:Kltli fate. Oh, Isarel! and for thy scathaving se- l.lerioiiipliiliil7 Nlillnli'a Vititl i)spepn Standard Oil influences I tri in tered people, unless they lleo from the cured tho Democratic nomination for ll'lire Joll. Hold t) .. Wllll. liilltml A Ho. WASHINGTON. rea-on- 1 mI j do-in- ck I ill"-te- llieUe-ptibliea- n t, use-le-- d, d, raw-bone- d pa-.-- ' l'le.-entin- j lf the.-eeeit- of h j ga-pe- wrath to come, the golden mountains and peaily gates of the New Jeri's.iieui may never dawn. Another favorablu chaiacteii-ti- e of this hook, and one pcihnps worth noting, is the time in which thcev-eia- l event.- - arc narrated as taking Nut only - it interesting as place. the mo.--t eventful peiiod in the world's but in thi- - age of steam, when all is hunyand ami no man lia- - time to think of his neighbor, whin all things me it is alme-- t with a scn-- e of iclief that we tut n to set for awhile in the (plaint ipiict manners of ye times, ami a g!unps,i of the ancient dcru-alei- n and its people. It may al-- o be worth remarking, that in this work of the pen, the ail llmr I.Msmvon us to' .on ll,.,l...ii...- ,..,.1 nobler side of the .Jew i.h character. when the name of .lew is spoken, sometimes with respect,' in dciirioii, it i hard for us to lealie that a .lew. the no pssors of such a character to Hen Hur, hould ever have exi-tiyet, theie is lea-o- n to believe that at that time, at least among the wealthier cla es of the Saddcces, a character bke that of Jiulali was rather the inle than the exception. I will ay but little That more. much mole might lie said on this I subject, pioudly acknowledge. That I have not given adequately my , thoughts on tl ic subject, do not de- ,.,, ny. A book nlmo-- t might be i id with the fair, beautiful thoughts that stand out like shining gold on the ii of its page-- , but it i for oth- to tell their loveline.-s- . The its thoughts of the heait are hard to give to, and expre-.-io- u the beauty of the subject the pen fall Hut befoie 1 lay it a side I would For you sav but one wind more. who may read thi-- let me hope that ere the dark waves of eternity's river diaw near, you may have learned to believe in tho-- e winds, the griuide-t- , the most beautiful ever spoken, that fell upon the heart of Hen 11 nr from "1 am the the Mount of Calv.uy. n and the life." H.t:i.in D. Winki.im:, KnotU.-ille- , Ky. liu-tl- e, mod-crnied, old-der-To-daoft-en- er -d, -bo-ni-, PllOl'EHSiaXAl, ATTORNEY CA.ID. It is a bad thing to he a woman and be found out. ith the man it is different, altogether so. The finding out to bun is attended witli some Hilling inconveniences, which, not in the fashionable, but in the actual meaning of the wind, assisting in removing the stains, and the man good as new, while the woman goes to destruction at licrowu gait. Or if she diwn't go, it isn't the fault of society, and perhaps it - other women who speed the as AT LAW, HARTFORD, M. G-lon- n - - KKNTt'CKY. 3. . 'ilt. &z ti It. VMM.IVJ, 53-ia- 'Vvrod.dixtgr, m,w m., HARTFORD, W i Mil--I KY. nlii ill prm in (i iiimI , i, m . in lii on' li urn ir.) ii ..- -; ,ii in ill tliu i ,,nrl tin ,i o tvy i t ,.'i oi it,, -- . ntio on i lot. 1 penl- .nli'iilioii mini In eriumml pnu In , mil WniJIy lioii. gir,'( A Cincinnati incident illustrate- - the fact. The night cleik at the Gait House in paticiilarly moial city knocked at the door of a hotel at three o'clock in the morning, and, being ad Tames .&.. SnaitH, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, W KY. in iililo and ill pro li ptofi'f-l- . j MATTiNGLY. Picnic at M.illtown t'oino one,coiue all. Tlitiru will bo plenty to oat on tho irrotind and will aim tn satisfy all ivbi) come. Proprietor, .I.K.lVrkins. It is r.iliiiiii' now every day a little, but not oniiiiirli the plow-in- oj of tho fanners. On .Inly tho Kith thoro will boa uiiutiiir of the Republicans at Taul's Sclioolh iiie for tho purpose of a Republicm club. SpeakWilers for tb j o.vuio.i, II son and Reuben Miller. It is talkod in the Wheel and Alliance that Hun. Perry Perkins of ll.iidiiisbnri' District, will boa candidate for Coui're-s- , hoping tho support of all tho Thiid Party men in the Ith Coiiirrussiou.il Distiiet. Corn and tobacco looks noil. O.it crop beinir harvested. W. It. Timl wont to Clovorport .Inly tlie Ith. I lis first time to bo out this spring' or summer. W. It. P.itturson spout Saturday .Inly Uiili. .Inly the "J:!rd. to-top I the hotel. Pleadings were-ono avail; the clerk's rigid ideas of the justice to be meted out in such ca'-eshielded the (Ollirlnl'i.iuiler Hull, linn.) Will pro i i ,.i .,,,,i ii... limn, in, Oliln mil u ' In- - (oiiiiUm In all llio roiirln of nil; ,l-- i iii.iii iiiiii iviiiiuiiinuil li'.lnh.,. I'ulilliWildly being careful, br.--t, to take the la-- t ,.in payment ior ,ner .noiei, , , . r cent sue nan , Hea-vrixs.HUE.. bill. It never ncciirrod to him that ATTORNKY AT LAW, if the woman was unfit to leiuain in the hotel, the man, who was married Will pro lln and had it family, was equally unfit, rofi'loii liiml lln- ('mill nl nunc unfit, as matter of taut; his sen-- e illuo mid leljoiiuii eniiiitle. and in tin- ('oiiit of Appi il'. sp, ,;.i ulliulioii L'lnll IniolItUioll. of propiiety permitted him to ictiro Olliiv, mil Will. iin. ItillAlVmliiiK-loii-- . fiom the loom, while the unfoitiiuntc woman dres-ed- , but that was all, .'" The man found with her went to his lied, mid the woman opened the window and went to her dcatli a woman well born, tendcily rai-ebeautiful BZMiaiiJyii &tfcJ5i?n-'i.- " and accomplished, whose crime was in being the victim of a villiait. Hut it's the way ol the world to judge of men mid women mid their sins nud shortcomings as tho rigidly righteous clerk of the Gait judged but the sentiment in the public mind which OFFICE OVER RED FRONT impelled him to judge us ho did, is Is prepared to do all kinds of and disgraceful. Dental work at reasonable prices. f s u. it. liiNoo. . r i). ot ti'V. . to go to the loom to which lie had been nigticd, and onleied the woman to leave the hotel. hatevcr of crime Will priein c In nil mul of (Hur, ,ui, ii.ljoinmjj here was, it was at the instance of the riiiiiitirr. mul In siipirinr Cn'tit anil Court nfAp-i.i'Colli tloiiniid all lejj.il man; but the woman it was who was to to. otliic, .'n. 'J, oier Alidireon' ISir.ur, l)0 ,UIUCI i"to the street, of a great l.y. i J 71 hour, friend- city at an umca-onabl- u leJs, disgraced and unprotected. The man who was worse than the woman, ATTORNEY AT LAW, no matter how critunal she mav have been, was to have hi- - comfortable room and the usual attention of TZ. 33. ",ilU',,i ""' -- , mul the court of Appeal., itlt nl ion 'then I ,il!ii lion. Ollien n, , llli hi. le pill, lie aiiirii'. spicirt U71 "' '" ""' m Attorneys at Law. Hurt-lur- l, Ferry Westerfielcl "W"ea.cli:n$jt Flosine, I3Ly. - Attorney at Law, Ii. In-- 1 Hartford, Ky. -S d, s- a ,. DENTIST. Hard Luck. lYitiouil -- TiiIiiiiii. "Stranger,". aid a A. J. SLATON, M. D., g , discouraged-lookin- to-d- ay. man on a country road, stopping the driver of a red biickboard behind which a mule was hitched, "kin I walk behind your mule's dust?" "Walk behind in the mule's dust? Get right in here mid ride witli me. That mule would kick your luains outif yuu got within reach of his heels." Physician & Surgeon, IWinerl) of Millwouil, now looiiteJ at Jfitcli tldil, otlt tn h s DnirV'(ioii.iJ ctrnt'i' to llio peuple ti..)m .id. I itljoinin louuli"-- . O tli ce m rc iltiwe, (tht lr. ILuItiu truptr(v) 3.JIJ SECllliT OJIDEJiS. Cli K ill - "That's what I'm Mill'erin' for" "Who me you, anyhow':" "The champion ilamphooliu seven States." What have you "Good gracious! done?" eiu Maxwell Cnnip, No. .Vi, Pep irlinenl ol nun I), niiili.il ll,iiiiiril,K).,niiuiidSiiturili)r M. eneli 111, mill at 1 C. M. I11CM.TT, Captain. .Im. I.. l!or, Suuiiuit, Sens cf Veterans. Gr. l.. 12. me-teri- in I'lmorport. Mates, Miles & Frnk will htait their now thresher next week. n Makv. Two of the cauiioiM which, it is were at one time mounted on Columbus' flagship boaid received at Chicago recently. weio The cannons are of the ancient and cluin-- y pattern of mi di guns turned out in the fifteenth century. Nothing but the body of the gun remains, the woodwork, of course, having rotted away centuries ago. The guns themselves nro almost worn to pieces and aru not much moie than huge chunks of rust. Indeed, the cannons are put on the "scrap iron" lihou-- u in theeu-topapers. Thesi historic old pieces have been seemed for exhibition at the World's Fair. One of the naval officers who was detailed for work in connection witli the Columbian Exposition found the relics at one of the West Indian islands. Traditional and substantial proof showed that tho cannons had been used in a fort elected by Columbus' son, and that they were brought fiom Spam with Columbus'lleet. The rii'iis of the foit me still to ho seen. Chii-topher -t H.A.Misiirnr.AdJ. moved here week before last and got acquaintPiimniN MonriiN l'o-- l No I, Ii.p.irtmi ntof ed with the Witldcr McTnbb.who has falunl.i) Ufmn lli neeniid imi'ls at eight children and a faeo that would Siiiul.iy at lu o'lliuk 1. i. hi tlmiiiiirl-lioualliiitrnnl, Ky. J.O. CHAiti.ui.i, P. C. stop a Chinese f uncial. She let it M. lliouui', dj. drop casually that she owned 880,000 worth of bonds, and I dyed my whis-ke- is 5 oicTfiRMi. and acted giddy till she accepted jr me. Wo weie innnied yesterday,and this morning she showed me them bonds. They were issued l.'i years rivEToHlC ago by the Hudson Hay it Goneto-glo- ry irtwi, fit of J WiciiiMii I'iit, No. s, k'u'tu, l.y.in, lliiul.s.iiiirda) at lo'cloiU , li). '. M.,in P..S. llni.MK,Coin, l', "It's this way, I e .1 aBVUu,,35 iS WHS Sen-nto- Railroad, and had papered the l'lijslcians Couldn't Cure. X garret with 'enr. I don't feel in no BtDASisur.i c, llainiltou Co., Ohio, Juno, KJ'i. Olio Loltlo of Pastor Kiwulg'i Nervo Tonlo mood forridin', but if you'll let mo curul mu tutlrely, ufltr pliymUuua lia.l tilml uuaiiceeHnfully fur S inoiilln to lellovuiiia of walk behind in that um!uVdut I'll be ucuoua dLblllty. W.HOl'.NNia'JIU). Umomilm:, Mo., January, 1&1. much obliged." I Rkpimi-i.li'AN- "Peter Piper Picked non-en-e, a Peck of I Pickled Peppers,'' was M Hue of allthat the childieii iterative liEN.NIB WAI.NII. yood. used to say.. Nowadays they can prae. Kansas City, Mo Oct. B, sjo. Power U.ed l'lutor Kotiila o Ntrvo Tonlo for norv. lice on the Perfect, Pniiilc-- , ou.ni.auml Kensral ikbllity. and Mils ..'realty bvliofUcd by aouin. It lin.il tliu ikblred ilfcct. fill Properties ot Pierce's Plea-an- t MltS. (JUU. li. UllKKN, Purgative Pellets. It will impress a Vliliuililu Itoolc on Nprvnill 10 fact which will bo useful to know. alm eMatu Fauav,i ,11 us ut licoca.i anyuillii ir ,'lrii'n miilUli'U Inn or ilmi'o. These Pellets cute sick headache, billTill! rcnieilrlin l, II Wprepared bytlis ISeVjrenil I ort me. tint . Miil-- liti. auu ions attacks, indigestion, 1 1 lor lioinu. uuu.vi'U'i'jro.liiuili rliWuiructloii bytUo and all stomach, liver mid bowel itOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, Elf. troubles. They aie tiny, sugar-coate- d nt l per Ilottlc. 0 for SO, Sold by Dtiik-sls-t' pill', easy to take, and, us laxative, t.73. Olluttloalorijl). LarKoSUo. No for a do-e- . one is siilliuient moro groans and gripe- - fiom the old Eiri.. uiift. utisri.i ,"-' drastic remedies! Pierce's Purgative Pellets arc us pninle-- s as they are per. t in their ell'ect. 1 -- 'Ionic liimucteU HOiiderfuli tluco my lioy tuimi) It ho lmu not lnt, 1 tlw eliyhtoot H)Uiptumi of lita and U KettiUk' aUi.it un.l ut llio rooilt, liuiut) : oiery 0110 U hurprl-,tfliiul bouglit iltflil buttles of luedieluiis fiom Nuw York ut U0 iht Imlttu wtili.li did uo cnnnliiecitlyeaytliit I'aaturKinnilis'iNtliu lis1 i' i l Jsn-tiou- a- --aB fi Utm WPMAM I hle M.M'.Pl.llNS.VX.HT m- I,' II, ll I.Tlllill, iniull. Slllloll I'lllP Is till' d) im ion. I'm Mil- in '.. Vii)iieiiiiii!nA inlMiuMe l. fill, iii,,. ' He pitched his whito tent in the wilds, Far from tho human And with a faith jut like a child's He said: "I'll get there yet." ",-et;" SfBIVE'S 6-lsfi- E? -2. o nts St. Bol &- iiiii"i'oii-sumptio- n. Miller & Sibley, of Franklin, P.t., , , ,, ;,, nut ,nroiuur to . . dui ownort or Chimes and P'UV wondered what he was about litell Hoy, llindii Ro-. ... o have in the woods they found him; I 'alo Alto UuHe, writes, jjut whe ,,u g()t ,N ,,,,,,,. out ..,... r ... il. ...,. .it i i i,.:,,'d . it. They built a town around him llll I'i;il. ij'illlllin rillllllUlll, Atl'tnta (JwuUtution. succois and buliovo it fulfills all And they've been doing that way elaiiiu.l for it. Wo oliourfully roe- ever since. o.ir friuu Is." iirno'i I it e, ll-1 ea.--e of type, and a "stick" And there, where screamed the owl awj ""I'"' tho letters "cIick. He Ho put A It i iii ss up ii baud-pre- .o'l til vvertv. Scrr.odlos. r:V:RY t'fp-nj- ', Kl o ,.:v!,':vviu:ni:. t I'l'Jit.Ol.l IVf.U!l.1EIU lll,,ST.l.l)lls. BCm? GABAHTEED. . TafKTU? . lUHmbiii-Ni- It etitv :"'"".v.n's iiiosr j'itti:' kalo til THI- - 1,i t Winkucu, Malaria, tuke For ill i UJnuins. Hh digestion and s. b" all Jealcru lr tucdiciue i THAT 11 K'HI.Nt; COI'Mlft run I .11 ipiii I.I) ellledli) MiIIoIi'm I'llle. ,S,M I.) ., Mllliellllill.V llio. o IV illl.ir llllo .1 - I'm I iiiie l,i, I,, I'l,' or l'ii,o 'm nl. llio. Sol-Il- l Z. M'lijiieliiiiliii mm Atlauta, Uu, niidV?fils5coynaulta curvd fit tiuuitt wiib-o- ut pain. Hook of II.M.WOol.l.KV.M.O. OUlco 1UI; W UUhM 'Jt. rKKK. iHggf Hartford Republican es; h casts it iu favor of equality be- - tween hini'clf and the pauper labor of Europe; he casts it in favor of a rUBMSllKD KVlIltY KKI1IAY MOKNIXO. balance of trade against America; he IMIIor nn.l l'ro.rittor. easts it iu favor of the destruction of II. ROMKHN. JO. American manufacture anil the throwing himself out of cm FRIDAY, JULV 22, 1802. ployment;ho casts it iu favor of an iu creased production of farm products and a decreased demand for the same; he casts it in favor of an incicase in KOll l'Hiailil'.NT, price of manufactured articles as the BENJAMIN HARK1SON, ultimate result of the destruction of Of Indiana. American manufactures, in short bo caots it in favor of England and I'luamiivr, fou vici: against America. Better be AmeriREM), WIUTELAW can and vote the Republican ticket. Of New York. con-sequ- ent Republican Ticket. campaign speeches, and cuting pie. After a fellow has taken in tho picnic and come home, ho will proceed to cat a dish of crow. Wo note, with pleasure, that Col. J. S. R. Wedding is favorbly spoken of as a candidate for Congress iu this District. Col. Wedding would fill u long felt want if he would come to this town and deliver a speech that is a speech. Mrs. Walter J. Piggott, ofBewley ville, viited Mrs. G. P. Jolly last fou minim', -- CLAYTON J,. WOODWARD. FOR CIRCUIT I.'OUIIT C'l.UIIK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. If you Rain wish to "ote for Free Trmlc vote the Democratic ticket. every ilay for three weeks at Jackson, Miss., and Peail River ia higher than at any tune since 1857. 1ms Inlleii Lct the man who says this isn't a billion dollar country look at the total exports for the United States, for the year ending June the 30th. Tiik Fourth Congressional District Convention is .called to meet at August ltftli, at which time the Hon. A.B. Montgomery's successor Mill be nominated. Eliza-bethtow- n Tin: death of brilliant Tom Robin- son, which occurred at Kli.abethtmvn last Monday, Bhould be one more object lesson to'young men to leave strong drink severely alone. Wk thought there was something the matter with that Democratic platform and now the Jfeaihl comes along and kindly says it had left the "heart" entirely out of it, and it would have been belter for the Dem" ocratic party it the Chicago Convention had never put any "heart" in it, Wheat threshing ! the order of the and the Herald is aware ot that imday with our fariucis just now. portant fact. Several of our young people took is Trustees day at in the barbecue at Mcllenry SaturNext Friday the Institute ami it is expected that day; all report a pleasant time. R. P. Hocker nud family visited a number of energetic, industrious Trustees will be on hand and take a the family ofR. D. William Ini-- t part in the exercises. In order that Sunday On r popular grocerymiiii, E. D. the School may be a success the TrusTilford, visited well he vUited tees and Teacher must work in harmony, and iu order to do so they friends in the country Sunday. Mrs. Henry Mctcalt and two of roust understand each other. How her daughters, Abide and Rosa, of Teachers will bring their Trusmany Louisville, are visiting in our midst. tees? J. B. Boiling and wife, of SomerThat able ndvocate of good politi- set, Ky., are visiting relatives and cal doctrine, the Louisville Commerfriends here. cial, offers the following on Demo, Misses Minnie Duncan and Oracle cratic parbituony: Roll, two of Mellenry's charming "The action of the National House little ladies, spent a few days la-- t of Representatives in refusing to week visiting Miss Ophelia Stevens. make an appropriation for the Chi Mis Virgie Hocker U viiting cagi Exposition was very discredita To niiike a little record for her cmiiin, Miss Olhe Hocker, of bio. economy for use as party capital in a Union ncighboihood. political campaign, the House runs Mrs. Jessie Moslev ha been right the risk of putting the country to sick for several days. W. I). Hocker shame before the world." has been on the sick lit for more Ai.fiu:m A. I'ofk, of lloston, has than a week. presented a memorial to Congress S. C. Stevens has been engaged to asking for a comprehensive exhibit teach the coming term of Beda school. of roads, their construction and S. L. Mitchell, our popular drugat the World's Columbia gist, has been confined to his room Exposition. This is a subject of vital for several days; we hope to see him interest to Kentuckiiins and especialout again soon. We ly to citizens of Ohio county. Miss Viola Pirtle is in our town need better roads nud a better system C. visiting friends. not ouly of working.but of constructROCKPORT. We hope our readers ing them. Messis. Gully and Felix, of your will write to our Reireseutativc,Hon. A. B. Montgomery, for copies of the town, weie visitors this week. Deputy Sheriff Hunley was in town memorial and that they will urge him quite often iu the last week or two. to use his endeavor in favor of eiieh Miss Pertha James has returned an exhibit. home from a week's vi-- it in Green. Foil the first time in the history of ville and Central City. D. E. Edington and wife moved to the country our annual exports reached the billion dollar mark. Delcwareon Satuulay. have And little Ned Harper, of HamilThe year ending June the HOtli, the ton, iu towu,aud with a girl, too. He total exports amounted to while the total foreign trade is rather young, but we cry, let the good work go on. (both exports and import)! $1,857,-720,91A few of our people went to Air giving a balance iu our favor of $202,944,342. The average adva-loru- drie to a picnic Saturday, but a large duty levied on total imports number in attendance at Mcllenry. was 20.05 as against 28.02 in 1890 Of the many excursions on the rivWe like them und 29.09 iu 1889 and yet the Free er there is no end. Trade fanatics curse the McKinley and never grow tired of a good time. Bill. But the American people wiy Sunday's steamer, Rescue, gave an nil honor to the great McKinley, and excursion to Masonic men. The Mathey will testify their approval by sons went to Rochester and filled the Mr. Willis their votes, ami Grovcr need iiot try grave of Billy Willis. was an old and respectvd citi.jn and to forget it. it is well to thus honor him. Tub Institute convenes next MonWe Rejoice and again 1 rejoice. day and of course every teacher is arc at last to have a picnic in our aware that lie is required, by the town. The first of the season. Many strictest provision of law, to be pres- inducement arc offered to the public It is very much to for n good tune. Tho picnic will be ent every day. be desired that the teachers come Saturday 23rd at old reunion grounds. Eu-i- :. with a determination to make this the most successful session ever held in HARDINSBURG. the eounty,nnd that they carry that deJuly 18. Fred Daniel, of Salem, termination into eileet.lt will also add Ark., visited his mother la-- t week. to the harmony of the meeting if the Miss Ilattie .May - visiting iu Institute kicker, an individual rapidly reaching extinction, will fail altoMrs. Gios Williams, of Haitford, The kicker in gether to show up. and Miss Lettie Butler, of Fordsville, Institutes is just like he is in every who luul been visiting Mrs. John P. thing clec, a hindrance, an obstacle, Haswell, returned to their homes nu iconoclast, un enemy to progress lust week. But he is, u he has been for several Miss Mary Bowner went to Clovers years,growing beautifully less in Ohio week to attend the Sherman is not port last county's Institute, and the time Bowner nuptials. far distant, we trust, when he will Deputy U. S. Maisluil C. L. Pate only be known as a thing that was, went to Oweiisboro last week with but is not. four prisoners, charged with violating Lirr the workiugmau remember tho internal leveuiie laws. Posters are numerous in town anthat wheu ho casts his vote for Clevehe casts it for nouncing picnics at various points. land and Stevenson Free Tiade with all that Freo Trade Each one is to be the best of tho seasmeans. He casts it iu favor of mark- on. Peoplo will have splendid opporforeigu tunities this summer of going to the ets glutted with pauper-mad- e in favor of lower wag country, getting dusty.hearing windy goods; he casts in-b- The Democratic Platform is mint certainly rceoguied as an ollicial declaration of Democratic doctrine on the Tariff question. And no less certainly is Mr. Edward Atkinson acknowledged to ho a learned exponent of that same doctrine on that question. And yet this is the way in which that learned exposition and that learned exponent ngiee. Democratic Platform Mr.Atliimn In May Wo Foium. denounce the McKinley Tar- - There never has ifl law, enacted by been a period iu the Fitly first Con- - the history of this gress, as the culmi-o- r any other eoun-uatiss atrocity of try when the legislation, cral rate of wages and we promise its was as high as it is repeal as one of the now, or the prices beiiificcut results of goods relatively that will follow the to the Wages was low as they are action of the pco-a- s pie iu intrusting to.dav, nor a when the to the Deni- - riod workman, in the ocratic party. ict Since the sene of the Kiuley Tariff went word, ha sit fully into operation secured to his own there have been e and eiijovincut ten reductions of such a steadily and ne laboring men to progressively increase. We creating proportion deny that there hus ol a constantly any increase creating product of prosperity to the country since that Tiirill' went into operation. ng gen-claer Mc-stru-in-o- How Well Thoy Agroo. llnorii'in linnnl. beaverdam. The Republicans of Rosine tiro quested to meet ut"o'clock on tho night excellent papor. of Saturday, July Iho 30th, for the Speeches were made by S. T. Ste vens, candidate for Circuit Court purpose ot organizing a Harrison and Iteid Club. Rosine. is the banner Clerk, and Fou Rojen, A lecture on the Necessity of Union Republican precinct anil will roll up was de'iveicd by P.v. W. II. Kim- - the usual majority for the ticket. bley, of color, lo ihe coloud nienibcis I will preach nt Woodwards allev . K . was applauded o the c lib. the full Sunday iu this month at II . hou-e- , Ins , . several tunes hv the o ate invited to attend, gnu I lor one of lecture was U'iciiilNoit. his race. . .' iro Cloth We wish to extend an invitation to Wire Screen Doors and all clubs of the county to come to fur snlo cheap at Williams Bros. week. tf Mis Ella Smith, of Cromwell, Taylor Mines on .July --'lull, liespy, J Ml, II, lltltVM, I'lllkMltn, I'lC't, l r J. L. Rowi:, Sec is at home to spend the summer. The political sentiment iu this Judicial District is getting somewhat Of tho Condition of tho .Judge 1. R. Melieath, interesting. 15 suit, of Lcitehlield, is a candidate for reelection. (Jeorge Stone, of the same ot place, is also u candidate, being indorsJudgo Party. ed by the People's John Allen Murray, of Clnvcrport, is No one bus yet now a candidate. At tho Closo of Business positively announced himself I April 23, 1892. c, A Doad Lino. V. G. Attorney. i liiiniiit-- j ii.ii.i.i-n- ii of this place, and the present Tliop people who yet entertain a incumbent, C. Wathen, are spoken hope that the State Line railroad will j RKSOURCKS. of, but neither gentleman ha publicbe built will have to abide their time xt0B mi Hill S.")0,'J88.(il ly announced himself. II.OOO.OO till the coming of another company Real The recent labor troubles tit Home I ,()().() with more funds at its command than Furniture and Fixtures. . .V.IS.JI7 stead and ir. Idaho are to he deplored I'ni.1 . ... . ... . seems to be able 'jl';M' oiti.eiw. Tho of. the J lush mi llami nud iii othei-lby all shuw up. Locked and i,,niks JS.Iilli.Ol forts of some politicians to make polliwlchis U.irt loft then) should he look- County Clerk J. litical capital of $S 1,027. "! Sunday for Louisville, to withdraw! ed upon with contempt by all who LIABILITIKS. the bonds ot the HeiideiMin precinct have the welfare of our country at .'..,0'MUIO dopoited iu that city in the vault of Capital Slock heart. There is room for sober thought. 'h'-- e i .... ,2.:M the Fidelilv Safe and Deposit Coin I should be ca- -t aside, All J.'J.'UUIO . Surplus ,,.," I hese ban.N ill ol cour,. be ,miiv. nm, Kw hn I.UUU0 and questions should he soberly and the precinct be relieved Dopoit l il.l.'il.V. The attempt to lay thee destroyed There ' Due nthei li.inks. ... ::iiii.:t:t from the contemplated tav. ditliciiliics nt the door of the protecha been eoii'iider.ible money spent in l tive l:ii ill will only r'ult in the comprinting the bonds and taking cue of plete dUi'ontituro of those who at Iu th's ie be; to state them, but the people luKe to lay bt.inu' teadily jrown that our liii-ihas tempt it. It will not do for tho Dem, The State Line oic'i in milh -- nice our openuiL', anu at their own doors ocratic p.uty to monkey with a bu, is a dead duck. by i he mu t (M.flu'.watcl.fulmH an PilW. ll . 'I net 'IV.llll'i' . ill..' IlllliellllfS III" . .. I . . I this year between the The conti'st lUnkini:, we iMOWerS iiiemostro-iMMtivIt will two old patties will he el se. hope not oiilv to extend our ncinimiit i Tne li,'ht will aiHl be a battle of giants. in.ee, but to p...ve ourselves worthy KeapOl'S the eonlideiice that is liciii'' mi liberal- j 1 .. ... be hot and fierce from the start to the lv lepo.-ei-l iu us. in i lie lini-i- i. The contest between the We sue hereto uceommod.re the People's Puity and the Protection people, each and eerv buine, t courtesy l.nll lie extended to them, party will be equally as stubbornly & but in no c.i-- e shall .ifety he cri-liced which shall occupy conte-te- d to for fiiend-hi- p or lo obtain bu- -I ot the iue. John II Iti:.vi, Cashier. Roiiin Hook ed that would interest the readers of ro-y- our J " , J mffi&49LK(& iffiWA uilu 1aI QrilllllHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIlllMlliaillHIIIIISIIIIIIIIIMIIMIilttlll Jlw JAY-EYES-Z? Mil, .. I. Cm'. (Million ltie I'm i. Iionio ) i u ImImk ItlUllll', W K.ii.j : ofJuj. I rrinouil i. tnerv known Liu 1. illicit of tno uiirn HlatiUliik'. Hum n a im oi'l (Illy, i:n-Hw- with tliuoiiplk'iitlc)iuor S . ; 7.'w QUINN'S OINTMENT. It In Iho bout preparation I lm o e er incil or Innrd I of. I lidirllly ri't'oiiiini'inl It tiiiill llurkvinca," Ml' Aru f huntlrrttirfiiiuh ttitimontai: I) pitImimIi-- . tUVLji'J Ok rrloc.SI iniinlruit it for II. Iflu ('rfrfAVjlLli k ilov. itit ttti nit Mmtu.'.:tc .lc nj.ir it.. ...i r.....iul I...... ' fl . Jl fj: Tk m ftjjH 'iUl5 t '. LSjiiiYLlSlTiuns. mahk. "U', II. I.IMiY Ar CO.. Wlitlflii.il. N. Y. ... i . ..... - i i CaiiElLil, Clll.'lllllljll.illl..iuitlti ;i lii.i.iitii).llr)ii) o n n, &. n mi fW ' ( .n.n.B m.h.i: a k a A strictly wool; ,fyfi ui? worth new marked down to S7.50 tho for the benefit Teachers only at Beaver Dam sbBrl SSSYftWV E WS IEPQSIT BANK KAIIN'S. , T. foiCoui-inonwcaltli- Bab-b.ig- J e quitlon tlio of all I niop a LotiKH liioue lilKht. It will clinic u CoM in' ra(iay i imip, ifiioi Aitlun.i and euro ('onsiimption if t.i!:en1 gin time, " toucan tnlronl to ln witlmut it " - A S.lceiit Untie iii.ivwvi mi P $100 in Doetoi V lulls m.iyhavu jour li'". oui- - ilnif;ijM fur ft, orw'ntf to W. II. H(H)i,Tiu"t().,'!ii V, , Nc'w YmU, I'ii. u.u a a ti a s a n s v s. b : . j , a u a u y. la n n r a u , Jjfor OoiikIis, Cold? nnd Consumption g.mxiurii iu'iih'oii'h." DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY is lieyond greatest n wmprot-eii- t r Jle' uftmv- 38a i m v ... ends iu Dwitli? IVnijilo Kiiiri'iiiiK from ARtluua.Z Ilioncliltis, I'licunuiiu.i and Coiuumptlon will all Z tell , oil lli.it I n A GU1 Do you ltnowthat a littlo toukIi hnd.iug(ioui tiling? AioNoiuiwariMliatlt often on tlio, Iiiiis and f ir loo often rims Into Consumption anil I ta ?11 ir-3u c b : i c :h n i n z.usm:m , Cm vou ntTonl to neelcct It? Cnn von trlfln fj wiuiBUbcrioiisniiiaucrr Areyouiiwaie mat IT(?TaDTCnifillTU n IB OIMI1IKU niinHUULUi n win s- v . i ie sober-minde- d ( I parli-aiishi- p ed. Aci-ouii- P F Ik iin iI'iiffiT-- v x',,xllrjii fXlNj"'' S IJirTiL r"n'H 10.000 A vmti fWm&i&LXX Tices PER YEA nAWmSLWMiZWiikX AAOWac: WM LW ! . - NUFACT UR E RS xaoek tpJ-A- T SNI,i)-.7..V.- ONL' -- 'J r iNE,wdRf; UkVI rirvutT1 ?V f tiiC WKr3rSP iril JkT f 1 J" 1UH1 ' -- " tlI7-N.7- l T I 1 I SmFORfaAWiVF.' i j vvN XX iT A w sT7 tj!&6oR6'i od; r IJwrOfibBe " A . D X lHf:;r r Y SI Sii fTm po-iti- tail-end- UliamniOn ii tile, ji... unirixci. ...l.i uusi For sale by Taylor Co., Ueaver Dam, Ky. Attontion Trustees. .1 fflaaaaBRSgP MSMir- VAff rlV I Wffim iSilMITED klXZT ift f liVMENTIOM . rzc )OLD. This Paper MMlJEKLyUJIN!If,UDiu il. -- BRYANT & IIOOK.KtCPINO, 8NOHTHAND, Whitc ron AND ui.lIu)Ciimmicn TttOHPM STATION (.rn ,1 1JJ Business College IICAII I C tf T V ILlLiEaslV "4 ROSINEJuly 1!). - Our little town has been very lively for the pa-- t month, as there have been a great number of visitors present. Rosine bus u nice park and a beautiful croquet ground, and the young ladies and gentlemen have been spending mo-- t of their leisure hours for the past week at these places. Mr. Welby Coffee, wife and daughter, Mi-- s Alice, of Orlando, Fla., are visiting J. W. Lewis and family. Eugene Child'-- , of St. Louis, lnu returned home after a short visit to hi- - patents, Mr. and Mr. R. E. Childs Little Mcicedes Gully is her grandmother, Mrs. E. B. Allen, (hi- - week. A. M. vi-it- Fentre, South Carroll-tohere Saturday and Hun-daof is n, y. Mi-- s Leta Rnglund of very sick. main-tainauc- Oweiisboro, has been spending a few days in Rosine, returning home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Philpots, who J A. Ileavrin, the United State To Our Subscribers. Company, will be The special innoiinceiiinnl wl.ieli week and will lie j tipfiearud iu nnr columns time Hoards ot Trustees siueo, annoiiiicini; a special nrriini;u-nccdii- ig desks. Come in and' nent with Dr. M. .1. Kendall Co., ' !,"1,ll:h:rs ioehiniand An nisi, your Iinue for "' K,"V:!"lr? Fillls. Ire.i tisu 011 tho Horse ami lit 'ot i i .i p ii . (.Till UI SCHOOL KCIIieillUtT lllf Kill l)se.isL's,"wliereli) our subscribers that Friday i regular Trustees' day. ueru enabled to obtain a copy of that Milii.ible work free of ehariro by Pal- sendinir their address to 15. .1.. Kendall l'n. and I'lielosinj a two cent stump fur tii.iilini,' s.iiiie, is renewed for it limited period. o trust all will mail lliniusues ut the otipor- unity f obtaiuiuir this .ilu.ililu work. Tiiexen loerof tho Ibirso is it is indispensable, as it treats iu u siinjilo 111. inner all if the diseases which afflict the noble animal. Its phenomenal s,i,) throughout Notico to Log Men. tho States and ('nniul , I'niled I am now le.uly to contract for m. ikes itstundard authority Mention s and will be in Hartford on this p.iper wlien for "Treat Will be IS, Monday and Saturdays. gliid to make prices to those who contemplate cutting logs. Tie hs&ii.t'i Stitenest V. U.Miioki:. or tiii: oOtf Aj;t. John A.KeitiV Sons. Z. O. Kinj,', of School Furniture in Hartford neNt pleaed to meet all fi. L. Field. - - Livery Stable. s. BiiiKilES. YEHICLES, CARTS. f"2r iii i ii t inn t "Vri KalinViVade ace handles the finest suits in the county for the least money. That acknowledged by eyei'ybody. NrW i"it ' I x saw-log- i' Seai-Ancu- Our Summer Cloth- have been visitr'g Mr-- . Whittiti;hill, will return home Wednesday. The Rosine Social Club gave a dunce hist Saturday evening, in honor of Miss Emma Pettit, Owcn-borand was one of the most enjoyable entertainments ever given iu the o, town. Buincss of the town very good. ing to be sold regard.Ill lie Close ni ltiiliif ::n, isi)'.'. less of cost, as Mens, iticsoriicrcs. lioys and Children! Hills counted ?.V.J,.'M7.!l Clothing, from $1.00 Heal estate nun no il'iiFi,!iMiiM,h;iiin.j i.Vii.'u- to $30.00 go at J Vour Homis Debts in suit own price. Cash on other b'ks 10, l'JO.711 it- - I ni- - C Dealer ill l- I -- r I '.irrineH, I Horses, 1 lilies, Jf.nl (irts, Oweiisboro -- W.ii'ons rs Saddle or H.itness Horses forsalu or biro .,t all times. fra .'l.HOO.OO t hninhx-i- BiriKitSwi:irr. KAHNTRAOE PALACE. Kuhn, our enterprising: most Ice Cream. Theic will be an Ice Cream Supper ami a Uroquet Tarty at li. U. Woml ward's, near Shiukle Chapel, July the . lOtb. CriKjuet pliiynig to lie Ice Cream gin nt 1 o'clock p. in. ready at o o'clock. Kverybody in- vitcd. Conic and have a good time. Jamks H. Ii.i:ii, Manager, S. A. WiiiiiiwAiiii. As,'t. ... ' Si, LIAHILITIHS. Capital stock S.'IO.OOO.OO -- SDDES THE FINEST AND CIIEAPESIS mer iepu Due other l,nit nnd '. S K- 70,7!),.'JO lo.O,") i 81,030-.'135,62t- i; chant, offers a beautiful present of Silverware to his customers. Congressional Hanks ,..:,!,,.! i ..... ..i .i...,i..r.,.i ,,..,, , .ilv taxes loss nn nn 'JlVi.OO BLACKSMITHING. IJorse-shoein- "- j !l,.rii-1.8- SI ().", 8'J.'.0!) j - Convention. be eoirect. The Republicans of the 4th ConK. Cox, I'hi:su)i:nt. gressional District are hereby railed Sworn to before me' this June ."0, to meet at Eluahethtown in Dclegato A.T.X,m.i D.C.O.C.C. 18IJ2. Convention August the l.Jtlf, nt 10 o'clock a. in., to nominate a candiOil l A dividemUf 81.00 date for Congress, and transact such . ler share was this day declared, XLAJII) ICK. a,0 on an(i after July f, 1892. other business as may be thought advisable for the interest of tho p'irty. The various county Committees will I call mass Conventions to select Delegates and Alternate Delegates, oud The attention of the public is specially culled to the fact that this each county will be entitled to the Mill has just been completed upon the most modern plan, with all tho same representation as at the recent improved appliances for tho manufacture of the FIXKST FI.OUK and State Convention held in Louisville. other Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to make it turn C. M. Baiiniiit, Ch'm'ii. Dis't Com. out a fine product as any .Mill in the STATK. W. N. Fosn:ii, See'y. It has been thoioughly tested, having been run almost every day ,.,.. ttcar tllu ' FOR SALE! A lot of lumber, cheap. Call a specialty. A largo stock of best modern Plows, and of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J. 1). WILLIAMS. Bkayku Da 3i, Ky, all-kinds senii-nnnuu- Cx rr i Beaver Dam Roller Mi is. Our QeivL's Fh&efcon, es ft!0-,.6'- - mmmi HJ II V pnnuv tis.mil -- 1 -- . SJ, V VI . LIGHT, Taylor Minos Harrison and U onlers. Its product has been sold to Roid Club. pmticulir trade of the country, and it is On July 12th we had another t. meeting, and thirty-on- o enrolled as members, making seventy-on- e altogether. We aim to have more mimes in our club than any other one We hope to rench 250 in the county. before election day. By hard work and a little tune wo can reach that number. Tuesday nigh, July 2l!th J. S. R. Wedding and others will be greeted by a crowded hoii-- o and also a good Brass Band will be with lis to music and we would render lirst-ratextend nn invitation to the Hartford Republicans to meet with us and have a grand time. Wo learned at Mc- Henry Saturday that there would ho a club organized) so wo ask tho entire club to come with the speaker also, m No business of interest was transact o good names were ' I j ' ' at night to keep up with the best, most scrutinizing and with pride that it can point to testimonials, from the best nakcts and many of the very best cooks of the For the benefit, county that it makes the best flour thoy over ir'rii ml furi'alnlnu.of convenience, and piotection of the farmer has this .Mill been built, and our full line of two nud rour.wlitilcil witrk, JWfi4--0Wto him will it look for its support. sw NVith proper care Ohio County can produce nsgood wheat as any.iind this Mill intends to see that her farinets get tho benefit of any efforts thev D. M. III. The best products of this Mill shall go upon put forth in thisdiicetion. tho farmers table, and if he will favor it with his patromigo and his in II nonce satisfaction will be guaranteed to him. W, T. McKENNEY, We have now one of the very best and most experienced inillcrB in tho Green Kiver Country, but that no pains may be spared to givo the After lockin theBuggy Marfanner tho full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo have ordered and are kets over we have purchasexpecting every day an expert miller sent by the builders of our Mill BEAVER DAM, KY. Wo shall ccriainly consider it a great fill bo in his oflico from the first ed a New Line of Buggies and to stay with ns during the season. Of- Spring Wagons which we con favor if every fanner iu the County will call on us within the next 00 days IT to the 10th of each month. All work guaranfico over Hank. We. want nil the and get a sample of our product and our treatment. fidently reccommend for their FIHST-CLASwheat that is for mle in tho County and if you have it teed. Prices reasonable. STYLE and DURABILITY, as load it up, nnd wo will pay the highest market price for. it. to sparo, well as cheapness. Call and Sgy.Mill open every day except Sunday. BROWN'S IROS BITTERS since its completion and a portion of the time ELEGANT, d. -- Xl S Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, m ospnn" i&rm New Buggies. v BEAVKL1 DAM MILLING CO. Curnlmllsinllon, rla,Kervuuaiivw. nniliiiiK'rul iK'lilllty. J'hjil ciMM recomiiieiiil it. All ilcaKn Mill It. (lenuliio baa trade nurlc nud crucJ rct llu. on wrojumr. HIIIoumic.s, Pmspula. Muuw see them. Hocker & Co. mKsaamammasamaammt Remember thai the Hartford John Ilarvuy, M.idisonvillo, is in flouo furnishes fiislcliM accoinnio-dations- . Saiia&Mi:. town. Ternw fiOc per day, S'J.OO Caecbicr it Hurtoii will furnish you per week, or live dinner ticketsSl.00. Mrs. C. L. Field is vNitmg nt anything from 11 horse mid n saddle to .Stop with him dining the Institute. heavy freight wagon on short no.1. C.J. Taylor, Owonih.iro, Respectfully, S. 11, lIow'Aini. is in tice. Call 011 them; rates reasonable. m town. lee at Williams linn., at any hour, Harrison is popular, Cleveland is E. P. N0.1I, Pronti, was in town or tf. in any quantity. popular, but Kudu's Trade Palace is this week. the most popular trading place in the Mrs. Mae Fair has re'.utiui I from Givous Kuykondoll. county, said Mr. Maine, when he Stanford. Mr. Hiram Givens and Miss M. L. bought a Slfi.00 suit for $7.fi0, Dr. L. T. (o., l!u.lu was in town Keykendoll, Denver Dam, came over Teachers attending the Institute Wednesday. Wednesday miiruiug and weio inar-li'.- 'd uro cordially invited to visit Kahn's nt the Commercial at lOo'clock. J. Edwin Itowe has k turned frnu Trade l'alacc, look at his goods, get Daviess county. The parties expected to ho married his prices and convince themselves, at the Cleik's oflice,but Mr. Milligau, Wuyiio (Jiillin went to Elizabeth that il is the cheapest place to buy town Monday. ever mindful of Hai Hold's visitors, goods. 1), J. l!ho.iil, Heaver Dam, was oll'ered the spacious parlors of the Commercial for the marriage and it The Republicans of I Soil a precinct in town Wednesday. A. E. H.urett, Oneiijli.iro, was in was accepted. Rev. (i. J. Dean in a wo, are called to meet at lleda on to morthe city yesterdiy. very imposing manner pronounced row evening at 0" o'clock for the purFrank Smith was in town Wodnei-da- the ceremony and the two hearts were pose ol organizing a Republican and yesterday. one. Tim groom is an energetic Club. Turn out, Republican", turn James Wbittinghill, Foiikville.w.H young lailroader while hi bride is mi out, and let the good work go 011. in town yesterday. excellent young lady. The many to 10c ie Fine mulls reduced from I'rof. Mellenry Rhoada has written Clarence Walker, LoiiMvi'Ie, came spectator, with the friends of the hap10c to 80 " " Creponn that he cannot conduct the Institute py couple wish them a long and sucV2c to 10c next week, and so Mr. It. II. Caroth. down Wednesday night. I'ine apple nnil etuiton cloth Chas. 1. C.unpliell, Kinderhook, cessful life. 10c to 8u They were accompanfrom Host (.'inclining reduced ers, editor of the Coitraut, and mi ied by.M. II. Kiiykcudoll and Mis. " " 7ctjf)c able educator,has been secured to take was in town Monday. " Prints Joliiison, Sulphur T. " to 10c " Cuttonndes " Prof. Ithoads' place. lie will arrive was inF. town Wednesday. Sptinirs, Snllic Kiiykcudoll, who, in company with the couple, retin nod to Heaver ' " --Oc to Ifie " .Striped linen " Monday. 2f)c to 20c Itov. Mitchell, Uockport, was in Dam at 11 o'clock. " " " Itrnwii linen Whilo drivingin Irom Heaver Dam town one day during the week. o m Ific to lUJo ' India " " Va,swi:i. Traveling men. .Salary Wednesday evening .J. H. Vauglit I.acea, M. M. Kahn and son, Mtrtin, nrc A leu oiler you big bargain in I.adie nnil (ieuts Underwear. gliO.OO nnil expenes per month. was prostrated fiom heat and fell in Cincinnati, buying new good". Millineiy, Mittx, Knns, Umbrella, White gondii, Ribbons, Ac. Address, was taken to wagon. He from bis I)r s Wcidiiig.ltcteine.calleil to W.W. Wiion, Henderson, Ky. James May's, at the Itiley farm, and S(!C uS whi!e in town Wednesday. He. was oOc Dr. liaird was summoned, J. H. Foster,ono of Hi) la's hustChildren flippers 12 to . The following nrrivnls were icgis-tere- d able to come into town and resume ling merchants, was in town Monday. '"0c Childrens slippers li to 8 at the Commercial Ilitcl Mini "fie work yesterday inornir.g. Mr. Virg-i-l Ronfrow anil (laughter, day: Miitses slippers 8 to 12 Miss Annie, were in town Monday. 8fic Hi slipper- s- 12 to 2 Jus. I). Dvrors. J. W. Denton. J. For Sale! 0c Ladies toe slippers .IS. Li.isiiru and wife, iifthu IIimIii w Garrott," Sin Lonch, Jonathan A good store and residence in the iioijrhhnrlmod, ealloil to see us I lies- - p,i, 8"c ,, , , p i t i Ladies oxford ties (worth $1.00) ji.iiij, ... a ..miuuiiu, jji ii jmi- business .portion of Hnrtlord. For (lav. !"e Ladie. oxl'ord lies (worth $1.2.'') nurd, R. D. Douglas, J. T. Davis J S1.2fi particulars apyly to C. C. Dennett, lion. Wesley Crowe, Oi.io conn tv's w Laduit oxlnrd ties (woilh 3I.7) Ja.nesVollard, R. It. ed- .., ive, was in the city WirWc huve 11 Large Line ol'lhcfe goods that must he eloped. Ask to Hartford, Ky. I tingliill, J. n. Martin, W. L. Porter, ICSlI: we them I). Davis, R. N. Davis, John L. O. A Collision. .1. w. Martin, one of Cromwell's DoiiL'las. Tavlor Davis. Charles San- Two construction truins on the N. N. & M. V. railroad collided between , 1()miiiv JMLEN S5 ders. .1. A. .St. Clair, G. W. Jewell, . W. W. Hockcr, J. J. Duchanan, J. Hot weather is now in lull blast, but our stock tu Summer Coats is Caneyville and Millwood last Wednesnj(1 , Murk 4 o'clock.wbicb result wolltt() 15j ', '0,lned,iy returning E. P. Neal. day evening at large and we must unload. We have reduced the price on every article ' cd in a loss of over SH.OOO. Doth en- - yostorIjiy. Tn:iAY. 10. II. James, Elijah "fie will buy 11 nice cool Coat. gines were damaged anil seeu llat w.tj.llr.idluy and .lanes W. Kos- - """'Ci J- - D. Loflinan,. .1. C. Dutlcr, cars loaded with rock and sand were j,, yu0ct,iimde us a ple.isa it call Win. Harden, R. D. Wigginton, W. S. Ganis, Kddio Miller, J. A. Tich- thrown Irom the- track. Neither Tuesday. ' ennr, L. W. Iglehcart, W. M. Hellin, train was running very fast mid the .lls(Pr jir( Anilerson.OAO'islMro, train men escaped serious injury by js visiting his uncle, IL A. Anderson, J. W. Tichcnor, W. It. Tichenor; T. K. Durbour, Kvunsville; Jnmcs junipingoironeitheirside of the track. Kinderhook. John O'Donaell, an engineer, sprain. is, Carrio Cox, Heda, who has Casebier, City; Fd Grillin, F. W. ed Ins nukle in jumping from bis en- been visiting friends in Habit, ro- - Taylor, W. M. Daie, A Hudson, oauiruiy. (j,ty. t inrnei g'ine. Wkhnixday. Geo. R.iddish, Jo. Miss .lesMo Mosloy went to Pleas-- J Notice ant Ridge Wednesday to visit her Kjuldish, Win. Raddish, Marion Mar- The law requires every, teacher to sisier,.lis. Mr. Hoover, tin, Miles Taylor; N. W. Warfield, attend the Institute every day ami ,i COunlv Liuisvillc; F v I5lrllt! W. V. D.iie, C. H. nll , this provision will be rigidly cnlorced. ,y? ,ut mnv of Sorbotown, Daviess Crabb, C. II. Thornton, Jack Smith, i county,wns in town Saturday. Resp'y, Jo, D. Rodiiu-- , Mills McCircw, W. L. Graves, W. D. Mrs. C. F. Flder and children, of Wilson, II. D. Taylor. & At Raley's Hall. her Whichita, Kansas, are Tiu:i:si)AY. C. L. Field, City; limine had u ino-- t deligbtful ball s;,ter,Mrs W. O. Ilardwiek Richard Fielden, Mellenry; A. C. last .Saturday night with the lollow- Miss Harriot McDowell, Ilorton, Hockcr, South Carrollton; R. D. nig present: wont dowiiSundny to visit her uncles, Rowe, MifcEllie Rowe, T. II. Chaps .ML-seDehaven, Rebecca the l)r.s. MuDowell.Contral City Minerva Martin, Dettie Martin, Addie Thorn. .M Mrs. G.G.Fairand daughters. Mi- sDuy your Dry Goods nt Ciirson & I hittinglull, J. Kon.GIen Daker.Mary Leach, Messrs. es Emilia and De.vic, ami W. M. Fair , Sam Rhoi.ls, CVs. Furniture ! C. .Mason. Henry Martin, Hilcy Sinimons.Loney are visling in Owcnsboro this week. CarM)ii Co. are selling Goods Thomson and Lon Dlack, Horloa; Miss Ilennio Mrs. E. D. Guffy and Mrs. Robert McDonald, Diupicfiie, cheaper than ever. Mrs. E. D. Gufl'y and Miss Hennie Gunther attended the Rosinu ball Pa., daughter of Win. Foster, Sr., of niifht, returning Sunday. Saturday or this city, is expected hero If you want n good meal, stop at Gunther, Hartford; Miss Emma Pet-ti- t, Misses Ftarn and Mamie Ross the first of next week. Owcnsboro; Misses Annie. Allen, the Commercial. Ida Ilagland, Jessie Allen, Delle and went Monday to Millwood for a For extra seed Irish potatoes--lat- e Cinderella Whittinghill, Jessie Allen, week's vifit to Mis Sallio Crawford. go to Williams, Dros. tf Dice Childs, Ida and Agnes Childs, A. J. Dell and family returned relTeaehers, call and see our bargains Lizzie and Sallie Curley, Messrs. Friday Irom a visit to friends and in McLean and Da.'iess coun week when in town. Charlie atives next Robert ami Liss liagland, ties. SAitAifeMi:. Childs, Perry Crowder, Dr. J. L. 11. X. Grave-.- , Ploiwiiit Ridgo; V. Rosine; Archie Dest Watch, Clock. Jewelry and Liles, Charles Tally, M. Crowe, Nowvillo: X. T. Howan', Caneyville; Al. Morjjantown, wero in town Wodnes Romans, Spectacles repairer in Ky., is C It. and Robert frcd Fentress, South Carrollton. day. Martin. Ward-Robe- s At the we sina' hours the merry Dr. .1. L. Liles, one of Rosino's It you known good thing, when you Suits,Rock-er- s see it, you will call on Casebier & makers dismissed nfter a nijjht of hustling yo'iiiL; men anil a. staunch Republican, called on us Wednespleasme. Durton when you need nuytning in day. livery. Caneyville. George Pluminer, Warner Martin, Last Saturday was a great day for the Elvis Martin, George Raddisb and When you are at the Institute next hi the city '" n-j. week, don't forget that you can hnve metropolis of "Old Caney." Eaily in Tom Dlack, Ilorton, were hair-cu- t and wide the yesterday. tho morning from far an easy shave and the nicest Willie Masters Triim.ui and people began to pour into the pleas at Arcie Cain's. visited" Centortown, Woodward, little city, to enjoy the day's fesDoru, to the wife of Jesse Itober-so- n, ant their grandfather, William Foster, Saturday. Itosiue, on the 18th, mst., a line tivities. "MjJi.X A fine and sumptuous dinner was ten pound boy. Dr. J. L. Liles atMiss Murirntot Xall left Sunday ..WTV IS IS soda-wat- er, lemonade and sprend, for Louisville to visit tho family of tending physician. candies were nt a premium. iwuiwssi&SSUTw Col. Ion Xall. She will return tho Henry Her, Itosiue, was arrested The Leitchficld Cornet Band dislast of August. and taken to Owensborn Inst Saturday pensed sweet music to tho delight of Alon.o Hayes nnd Bedford Barrett by Deputy U. S. Marshal Pate for all. whohavo been visiting tho family of violating the revenue laws. THA1NS I.KWK 1IKAVKR HAM. call An ice cream supper was given at It. A. Andurson,of Iviiule.-hooTHAISS OOI NO WEST. MEETS ALL DAILY ed ou us Monday. night and was well attended and enr. u. li:lo No. S. Mail nl Kipr.' Mr. James A. Thomas, one of 11:30 c. x. Mo. T, l.imolr.1 Kiirm Mrs. T. . I. Smith, city, and Miss Hartford's energetic merchants, has joyed. Ami nil in all, it was n most JL BM. TBAINrt GOINO KAS1. Beatrice Sinnott, Whitesville, made The best of orM8r, u. bad the front of his store painted. delightful occasion. No. , lll in. I Kiproi call Tuesday. ,LlnillrUKxprr No. der prevailed throughout and the our office a pleasant Mr. John Dean did the work. como again. management should feel proud of the Ladies, FltlDAY, JULY 22, 1892. Miss Miimiu Bennett, of Hartford, Mrs. Polly Collins is having tho fine day's outing given the people. TO ALL. who has been visiting relatives in this occupied by front of the Dest Calicoes nt oc n yard nt Knbn's. city forthc past week, returned homo Painting T. J. Morton, painted, A Pleasant Time. Owensboro Tuiiiirer. Friday. CommerMeals at nil hours at the A gay little party met nt Mr. J. II. seems to bo contagious on that block. Mis-uArlid an I Xuttio Bennett, cial. Nave's Inst Sunday and had a most Williams, Dell it Co. very cordialdelightful time. The following made of Hartford, and Miss Stella Bennett, You will get a bargain if you trade ly invites the teachers to call on them of Boda, are visiting tho family of up the company: Mr. mid Mrs. J, II. ALIKE. Owonsboro Inquirwith Carson & Co. C. M. Burnett. during tho Instituto and bo supplied Nnvo nnd daughter, Miss Bessio.Mrs. er. with nll kinds ofstntioneries Rooks, For anything in tno Jewelery line, Georgie Coots and daughters, Misses Mr. T. F. N'eal and Miss Beatrice and nll very cheap. ATTENTION call (in C. It, Martin. Roberta and Lunimio mid son, Carl, Sinnett,two popular young people in SPECIAL Denver Dam; Mr.nnd Mrs. Will Hnys Wliitesvilhi'a society, aro visiting Col. J. S. It. Wedding will delivLawii9 ond white goods nt your Given to the Traveling er uu address before tho Tnylor nnd sou, Itollu, Cliutou, India nia; friends and relatives in and near own price nt Kahn's. Mines Republican Club next Tuesday Mr. nnd Mrs. James Cecil nnd Mr. town. Public. ' For campaign lints and Caps go to night. Let the people turn out and and Mrs. T. J. Smith and child ten, ti. 11. Mocker and wife, formerly Kahn's Trado l'alaoo. Willie and John, Hartford. hear this rising young orator. of this county, but nowof Curdsvillo, first-clas- s Tho Indies arc fivo of u faultily of Daviess enmity, visited friends and Como and see U. L. Field's line ol Judgo It. It. Wedding, of Itosine, eight sisters, daugeters of Robert Nor-ri- s relatives in Kinderhook tliu first of Duggies before you buy. will deliver a political speech deceased, and this was tho first thu week. at tho Dnrbccue to be given at Mt. timo as many ns five of them had For fine shirts, shoes nnil neckwnre Rev. Dr. .1. II. Boyet returned Pleasant Church, July the .10th. Let met in fifteen ycurs. During tho from Detroit last night whom he go to Kahn's Trade Palace. everybody come out and hear him. next week they will meet with Mrs. had been attending tho Baptist Ladies Shppors, only a fow sizes Owonsboro Young Peoples Union. Tho spacious parlors of tho Com- Coots, Mrs. Cecil nod Mrs. Smith nnd Messenger. left nt 50c a pair nt Kahn's. Sunday's jollities will bo repeated. mercial Hotel are always open for Miss Lilly Baird and Master Mer- S2.25 will buy an unabridged Dic- wedding parties. Mr. Milligau leaves riweathor Baird loft Wednesday for -tionary of Williams, Dell & Co. nothing undone that will add to the whom thov visite.d .! Loitohfiold, tho public. Give him n friends and returned to their homo A tew more of the most wonderful comfort of call. in Louisville yesterday. all wool pants loft at $1.75 at Kahn's. Mr. Hardin Porter and niece,Miss In our hist issue wo stated that or-de- rs Comb and see tho lovely Feed-do- t Tuustnll, Slirovo, Mollio passed Revs. Cox' and Darnett would begin L2 10. through town Tuesday on their way Swiss at the Dazaar. The latest thing n series of meeting at Alexander on out. From there 8. to Calhooii. Evunsvillo on Mr. Portho 20th inst., but instead we should business, ter joos to People know good things when have said Revs. Cox and Darrett G. whilo Miss Mollio.attor visiting rela8 theysee thcra, they always go to ('. would begin a series of meetings ou tives, returns to Hartford to attond tho Instituto next week. L.Field's Livery Stable to get them the 20th of August. of nil Ilu-for- FAIR BROS. SUMMER To unload "Tirffi Toachors Attontion! mrmtnr-mrrmnmmmnip- & CO. Tliu Uaziinr still lends in fine goods kind at the lowest prices. PERSONAL ANDKRSON'S I5AZAAL5. the excessive heat deiiumris cool thin Goods, Low Cut Shoes, &e., Ave take this means ol ad-- l As p- (D A STOCK 11 at COST. We do not say this' merely to ge( you in our house, but aetua'ly 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 of course, necessarily have some of the left, which irom this date are going l'-'- -- H Hi 0 y at some price: b) vising the good people of Ohio p County where is the best place to find them. Our Line of Mulls, Lawns, Dotted Swisses is K complete, and you can get a cool Hi nice Dress from us for little 0 money. We give below a few of our leading prices and invite tf) you to call and see our Goods: p n P SUMMKIi dress goods. '20a bJ Xice Mull, worth P " " " loo " lie. " Dark Mull worth L'Oc only " Lawn worth 7c only Ic. " Calico ' " " .'e. only loe. lfic. p ' Dordeied Calico worth "c only le. p j LADIES and MISSES SHOES. Ladies Kid Oxfords worth 82.00 only 81.75. Lf0.-- " 1..T,. Misses Kid Oxford Spring Heel worth 81.7", only " " " " 1.7", LfiO " SL-'iO- . '" " " " " " 1 50 " 1 15 111 i, Anderson's Weaiforcvcr Kid Oxford only 81.00. We also haven full Line of Ladies Xice Kid Button Shoes we aie selling cheap. -- Fd. Whit-Represen- ta S (JMMR CLOTHING. I Our reputation in this Uno is to well established to need any rcmnrks from us. All we will say is, ns the season is drawing ton cloe we will sell you a hat for less money than anyone can afford to do Give Mis3 Sara n call and sec if she can't dense you. MILLINERY 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 buy them. They are bought with the HARD CASH. Come to Headquarters for everything We want your Wool, Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Tallow. things we could price but think it not necessary to do so, as we feel confident our friends will all come to sec us, and we can please you. Don't forget the- place, ANDEKSON'S BAZAAB, Court House. op-posite Wo have many ' -' I I SARA & me: HARTFORD -- FAIR BROS. CO., Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION s Firaik!! "'. t l?' :o:- to-d- ay CASEBIER!: This Hotel has recently been and It is second to none. The table is furnished with tho best the market allbrds. Special care will be taken to accominodato the public during Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headquarters here. Come one and all and try us. Wc are reasonable in our charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't forget the place, corner Murket and Union Streets. Special arrangements will bo made to accommodato the people at the Fair. For Dressers, S. IB. or anything in the General Furniture Line, see Proprietor. -- r. J. MORTON. FAST LINE TZEIbT s3X3e CEliTTS AT THE N.N. &M.V.R.R. Wilt buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as line a variety of CASEBIER'S 'BUS early, summer, fall and keeping appfcs as k, ,3..ii store-hous- s can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. GK JITS, Si Don't pay two or. three prices for foreign 03NTES 3E3ELIOE3 trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring save tiumd us your orders and & money. A.'L. CHICK CO. Heaver Dam, Ky. imm Coro-zLercIa-- l BETTER KNOWN AS THE Hotel ' Also keeps a For the Benefit the Teachers. $15 Suits for " " 10 ., . i: $12. " Liver and MJtS. Oil AS. HOly,MHS.C.li. WILLhYGlMM,ri'ops. Feed Stable, where .,. "i..-w. Triil. It i'P(... ....... ,,.,j i'i.ii..u you can have your ln.iic.iluii, ljKpi.i, livtritill Horses Fed. and FREE!i,i,r:;;:ili:':;;;i'i,,,;r!i1,;;,,! dr. judd's electric belt ln ln IMt war. Ititti'rj i:inlnvit) hest of rigs illiiiuulil get the 'iirllculiil, .ililrci4 Illl. J r lilt, Mlrli. .twill" U'aiilt'il. day or night. C. M. Piinw.kton, Trent). Roiiimit ll.i:cHus,Clerk. Leave your W. M. Alum, M'g'r - Hotel, with ili'.it-- , llfniai... Mlli'll )iv aiitb r lium llm l.hl iiln Ij nf ilmi - j Newly Fornislied. 4 - Rates $1-0per day. Meals 25c- Enstsido Fredcriea, between Main nml tho River, Onensboro, Ky, 0 PALME'.R. HOUSE. t- Hilli'lliu MHIANil ...... 11...1. .t,.l iin--j nit IIHII ll'l'i tI ..line mimJ, , or nllii-nnykliiil ut kivn Mill lii IiliiIiIi. Illeiuliili.. r.'h.'V.i I . ( iiollilnj; l. fli. SlU. IIIKl 81.1. If lll.llisl. PliH'Irln 'IV. ....... an, I irv 1I10111, i'aiilH' HKuliMi'illii xiit.iuiit Kimniiilii'il IoUkI tor fiiiuliliiiil, iitnl iiiiiliiri.i.iilllcK-ii- t to uliocl;, Kii'tOlvillculailtlov, ini'iinuii'. plko nml lull A II illvrlv.. iiikI Wriiu AT KAHN'S mum I MM The . Southern $1.00 TO RATES: $2.00 PER DAY- - hiii iiiki ji:rrKitNo nt i.orisn.i.i:, ky. RfcKCAfiM nnrmrrrirn-in- ii iHifrftniniymraTfYij'ftiiWi immi m A rare and on- Cohlis Island, etc. KOH? ItUNNER. m&A joyublo Summer jiiiint is assured. DwiJ liMri-iH- t Itrntll-ICKNTKAL CITY, KY. I i Ew'vl'eit uihl i 'llii- nun tin r In in I v. u lirMliiKi sold for tlio day train nn Tiokotsnro FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. Hiit, Ktir tlii'iiiiir R. R. PAXON, PROPRI ICR.j August Urd to uimlilo thoso !o lltir tliu lain) rilniltllik". mid newly Has jut heen to stop over and visit Louisville Mutiny niuttirln Imii- lW.i ) . Zi ta A California wondor. Niiimlit nil liln liulilnir. liUilrer.inlng-Suil'HSSTftMB M . on going trip. Stop over at any Located elme to Uopot. funii'lieil. Nun KrMioirn Kxiiliumr.J lIiiihI out nf it 41 F , xm . mi inn! .ri Ainlnitl Wlnim ut'ti"The queerest country I ever saw," point on 0. & 0. lly will bo grantGood meals oi Give Wings Unit lolil ir tin- - int. Asking, fur twenty-eigh- t ed on return trip within theo limits said Simon Tulil f tin- Imtirfli iiiul tin- liliiHjoin, itii liiul. N" 0 (lu lilm tin- Juyuf hliiiii't, years a soldier on the American front- of tickets. Further information, tick-e- ls Kitiilkvl llii'liuirt Iu Ills lioMim. v;u.v W M- y w m Wf-T- M and sleeping earspaco secured by VXil ' ier, yesterday nt the Grand, "is thnt j. v: - -l'rniiiMiii: I.iiiiI ut luit, iva ,v I 'M MAItltY. or .It (ml Lns-se.aJ&?."fc-- ? immediately about Dry Lake in applying to agents, Mississippi ValDtumMV.lM'lll ClrilhiL' nm mill iiihIit, . . . s. (7'5-"X. ..dr "Sk. v.' "''U I I'linnlm: iirouiiil tils mint VsAw mi nil in. r t'u- hhiiiIijI county. I was u Sergeant there ley ltoute. :.-Wl'i'TllP FTVlPl r: wo A I u miller? Wlnit iii the Mill, r,-hr.ti(.iiii.iriiiii'iiiii'nr Rip" m under Gen. Whcaton during the Mo.!i Hi,, rli'i! mt niililinoiiiil r iiiiis.ir Notllllin tlio tll'lloirv i ami yi $, ""''jnjF'V j j" t ft fciV,lliiklrJi.1VKM'.il v Wi-rIt nrtMi'ii) or huiiIIiiw II iiM.Mlii.littlll .ill.. 1. Jim lu.ir.' liniltlilnl war. doc It is almost and CLEAR RUN. , - .. , Till KMI) M'll Wll.tu XMtH llilH'lli ..j. ml.. nn ut tli in sou Iiim. lii.l loiiiiinv ii ill) i ' uli Health is good in this community arid plain, with some alkali scattered I I'aliii trlimoiiml kIiuiu must follow. Vfl k iiuiuliori'iiiitiliiK Iniii.lii.N ui' Ii It. i ii.mii oiuu lit', nml xi'iiili'iiiriiuniitliui ui H hiii.i nl. fi. nil here and theic over it, and its area is at this time. Oil, mIh n lilcak uMi-- lirrnk tip With ttlnit tlm Iilui'lilnl l ithlrlul Iu, lliii.i. iirtlioni..i.itoii'Xi It tliin- I. ii In ui or We had the pleasure of attending about two and a half by four miles. I ill Ink rrnm lluuUfsiuiiuctiii Milium wlio li i. not foitii'l ill. nr In r ittnil) 'llm mijiicit I'UiIk'uI tliuuorlil lut On one Bide arc the Pit River Mount- the closing of . I. Park's singing school In ro'x tlio Kl l.ii iiiiiiitiiuln. t.l.lu.. i hi w. :c bL? r.Hitn 11, 1. Il..i.inu .iii'i't, IliMinu, III Joyinuit bo riimoim-uiirv . " n. ains and on another are big pine woods, last Saturday nt Mt. Moriah. There EHDODIESEVERYDESinAQLElMPIGVEMCrff In tin' M.ikIi nf tlio blltlip nntttoiiuT. Mix. .tl). while to the west are the famous lava was a large attcudeuce nud a nice WIhimj it IntfilNt titer to mo ManyExclusively Its Uwn Wlmlo i ontliu nts of summer! beds in which the Indians hid during time, plenty ofgrubouthe giouud -- Jtiirrlit I'iKiott In Hurra's Il.i7ar. WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO that last great California strugglo for nil. -- r (tiwli',. iitlil Wnllllltlll'SH lulu. lllo m Jul.73riurYPf.ee u.i. on There is talk of a new School-hou- se with the savages. St, Coliunbii left Ii eland in tlio being puilt nt this place soon, "Well a winding road leads up SEE OUR C.I year of fit!:! with n dozen companions, Grandmother Hickeyfand daughter, und on the owning of Whit Monday from the valley below into the curious basin If u horse walks on this Hook Taylor, Owcuslmro, are visit- - landed on the island or Iouii, one or tlio Hebrides, which is rcmnrkuMo road nnyvhere,evcn two or three ing W. 11. Hogland this week. S. A. Park made a living trip to for two miles outside the border of the Dry ;lb0,is' i. v., from tho fact A EVERY TOWN Ui.liKhcd cows and ffulfo-SS- t that St. W ' J Lake, he can be heard for tunny Mr. Yate's Saturday, returning Sun women from its xii-m- l confines, and - I miles up iu the interior. The ground day night; he reports a pleasant time. nKo lteetiuso of tlio different ways tho iianio ot the islam has hecn al! about there scuds forth n hollow J. II .P. as; . t rilHjlletl. During tho thousand years . .r u Ls Ui u; .' - c i - . r bound, , .1 llcverberatiou can be heard Zl '. following the eloing of the Sixth 4 la 'Al everywhere. Whether there are any Mt MORIAH- century tlio iiiiino wtts variously renSaturday July thu Hth. will over dered as I. Ii, In, Io. L, II v, Hi. Hii, Foy the jine.it und Mint Artittic Work, caves or lost rivers there 1 can not Fmlmca St., Ulwcen Hie, Hio, IIu, lieu, Huy, Hiu, Y nnd any size or utijle. say, but though I have been almost be remembered as the most eventtim.'!7 Yi. It is also known ns Icohnkill, 3rd and llh. everywhere on the frontier I never ful day in the history of Mt. Moriah. Icolumbkillo und Hiicoluin-kille- , .JLAPlrw.if .? , found anything like n sound in a Notwithstanding tlio vinelenionev InMidi'iS lona, which is tailored to Ik) iii)liillii'.l, mi uli I i.i iiu.li.l in fur i;o;i , i;, ; l.f.i.w.. i. nm ,nH,. great cavern. of thoweather the entire vicinity and n misnomer, it being thought that Ihr I s liili'iil ti.l, i no. HOjY HOMME, inti .i. 'nili lit. l I Mil' i nil ii .., im.i in JOJf.Y llll fl'l l "Many anight when, us a soldier visitors from afar hatl gathered to the "n" should lvttllv bo "u.' tlllinn .ii.t ,.iii .. in ,.i, h,., ., i,, I limn ,, r nn iiii.ii, niiv When Columbii landed on this par,,i on duty we anticipated an attack from do homage to the closing exercises l) H.1,1 in lll.llllj III. .Ill I.IIIL. Iltl.l I iu:i.i:it u. ,. ticular Hebridu ho gave orders that Trojilml ritl'IIS nml Ciiiili't'lliiiii'ili .. .' II the Indians or arrival of couriers or of Prof. J. K. Park's singing school, no cow or women should lie admitted. I"' Ill II II. llll. llll,. in.l , II 'III HI,. I,, I.I III ll. HI IU ,,lll V, (, ( Owensboro, Ky. ,H ,)t supplier, I have put my car to the 1,1 v Tim morning passed quietly and 'Because," ho argued, "wherever .1 Orders from Stttye l'iomrihj ground. If a horse was moving about pleasantly theie is a cow there will lion woman, with by the 'Ji mair imi Ui, .r 'I.ii,iii.i,ii li J ,'!7i anywhere within miles he could at choir, followed by an able sirmon and wheio there is n woman there tended to. Will 1w mischief." To this day tho once easily be detected. It is a by I few J. A. Bennett. rhief reasons .why the tourists visit great gallery it may be called, where fun. .,Vn i ln i. Next in order was dinner, which lona in Mtch numbers is becnu.se it is llicliiinl Moninh, i'h". 'nr.ij-tcstc- d iam,MiaKii pain reliever. the acoustics are so perfect that any- was spread in abundance and till known to tradition ns "tiip Cowlesd OWENSBQR NATIONAL BlHK "Louis Uo- "i, thing said is published to the world. mustlmo felt themselves at home and Womanless isle. -St. is almost universal by the Housewife, the i.o TT iwic All the country about there has ears. uud among friends, as Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one J i kJi J HI J. JKJX they made the llll WllOlIl'll lllllHl', Even the caw of the crow or the notes most of the "good things" spec! ill v requiring an effective liniment. Tho wooilen horo is n iiuiiuo WLKENDALUS of n 8ongS'ter take our weird sound. prepared for the occasion. invented by C. R. Bickley, n 'u other application compares with it in efficacy. "In the Indian fighting days we in tho afternoon the I few Chieagoan. Already it has attained Karly fuiflk-icn- t were very cautious how we moved Co took the stand and speed to give the best hi '1 'lis n delivered a cycle i idol's a elo--remedy has stood the test of Security S'or Deposits brush. Its in about there, for the sound of our very emotional oMiortation on t lins- - yentor claims to bo able to go a inilo years, almost generations. movements was carried through all tian duty. nt a tlneb minute- gait. Tho prin the lava beds, where Steamboat No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Owing to the want of stantliii"' PJI'iu on wineli tlie inaelinie is run is Pai'in-er- s Charlie, Capt. Jack, Shacknasty Jim M is I'am; Linimkxt. ," huh ile. ji is composed oniv oi iwo i capacity the audience rujiairud to tho rog Heels, nn eccentric nxjo nnd a and other bloody hordes were secretn d C o u n .1. C. . '.rL gave ., ul...,,l ., 1.11,11m grove ii'l.nr.t OeL.t-ioT.u Al,it Mipri'lul Itrnii'ilycrcrainiiir. ....wu ...r. Mmft. arise for its use almost every day. ed. I know of only one thing that 'nil " It K I'irt .In In It4 im uuJ ikii Lot On thihhh.itt thu hobby hoi-s- e rests. forward aud appropriate lecture. He Spuei-aiv- . . LUi.ti. 11. ruof Ulotvi could have moved about there, barAll druggists and dealers have it h0,t "J, J'l'tttorni 1Jent;'l,th was ring a bird, on the wing, without , followed lv J. L. Klinoro in his o tow wheels. When nstrido tho I Kendall's Spavin Cure. , making a noise, and that possibly characteristic tj le u ith a farewell hono tho nit)tiou f tho lx)(ly MMX, Soaddress, in which he paid a glowing riding tho hvo nrticlo propels tho on ITTLB ItocK, Ark , .Ui. M, Vi would be a bicycle, with its wheel VX. a J K UALLIU.I ,acll- fonvnnl. und ns it moves I; ms in Knnlnt itlfAi'llimttilt I iI rendered noiseless by thick rubber tribute to the successful effort cf .Mr. nnd the motion of tho both becomes r .v."ii Uli-- Ii. iill,ituciir. ltlii.folh.'VliiK'.ll-.ii-1'nil trr.lnliil l,iiiii,.i...,-il- ll I bands. I have never visited it since lark as a singing master. LAWSON HENO, Cashlor ,n,.w- tho i.,,-..,r,.- . llll.lt I. ,III.M.. Ill r ll!, lllll" I ill, I. I I mi llll lli..ii The whole proceedings were inter- - greater nml greater until u high rnto I.ii.-ithe end of the struggle, but I am sure iii'ssun ill Willi . iiuii'lliat intinriit f. X.ii.l.HI, ' r manor fi it. ii i lire. r,.ru. ii I. f .speed is obttiined. New York II In nil In. I. o I.I I Intel rii mill. that some day it must attract great sporsed with choice vocal selections, nvii.rfcll tliiiiKii .rk,Hli.niiietalul,i,.. with Mr. Park at the Organ. .Mr. Telignii. lutllllioill t irlJiilwmn. ulllen. rlhliH. I TjElSJjSi. liite fr'.i ti ii.,,( attention. does he cyMPTOMs y, fr -- i. n an I Ulllisi' nUur. 'til in TI.Lvant liinlii lilt Illr.l. mm T,,..-,- . Park, iu retirement, addressed bis h,ll7,,uTil)t",u,r'T,H,"."rtW..r"r-..i.- . tliymruKj Vur.trul, i:. O, 3. LMJ, FNCOuHim? A I.uropean naturalist points out r. mt uidm. ii.arn imit-.- i .mil . imi.it KINDERHOOK. class in a very touching manner, n y .i.' toiling, July Kith. The wheat thresher which won for him the praise and nn intercstine; fuct about birds and Kendall's Spavin Cure. tnini. ii.. tin- mm. nin trees to which, hosavs. no attention oiirtn itmuii-iiHITCH HIM TO ha pas.isd through this vicinity nud admiration ot all. I'r.Mili .1 iml tin i him n n.i.t.il.full.t bus liitlmt-r........... boon.juntil, mitj w flint in cm ui vmiIi nui.iii i" IU..1 tfiiiiHiin i i.iii.. i M it.) Vhi.i. c.il.i , tiee si. ...j .;....., n i.r Pn T .1 ii, threshed nearly every crop. The yield certain uiwciesof birdu nhow ii iiiiIi1jII, Vi.i . ..in. . nn- - In. in J. T.Vati:-ir. . ,.) '. in uli I'luliiiiii nl li. t I,i li.i, i i Ken.lall'. itr .fitnltvlilij i.jri.t. iml. ence for jtartieular kinds of trees. 10 It 1)11. .. ro.NTU.M:. Tii is good, better than it lias been for mun f, nl ii ir. ,i u i u I. i uii. irlrii. in c,i nn.t iiiiino i, ir j Aecordiiif,' to tho observations of thia "i'.y. in. i liii i. i.n I r.tn.reil tl. niirui' ' ',,"'1".. years. i j: fl ",li. Ilitntritiir.i'l.i ti.ui lion.,Inm. rr art mi i Hf'gdEspec.allyForEXERCISINGandSpEEDING. Grand Annual Excursion gentleman jayu nnd rooks prefer the li. lirn nm ln'llliir Miss LulaThixton, Owensboro, and To Old C4 Wcoliiv iliH.T n j I llio U.' i.r Hie h k oak, tinche- - the lime tiee, black caps Point Comfort and the Sea3Inn r Persons r. it i ooi.r v. luui.uui), Pronounced By HORSEMEN To Be Miss Unth IIulIinan,Kvauville, have Irn-i- ti dmin t nr.i otiTtt.irkor ho.iM;liula 4re shore via L., St. L. & T. and C. A-- tlio laurel, tin iislics. tho birch and IHSMOSTPbRi-cCIttttt-i-SULKY CART INUSE ". Itrown'!, Iron the ash nnd woodpeckers the beech, returned to their homes after a pleasI'rlri;,rr hnlllr, r Jj Little for . ... routes White Sulnhiii- Smini's. While tho nightingale loves esjiecial-It-tFrnit rtlmlliN tlic tt.i:i nl li ilUc'tlnn. ri inotn c x. $.'. All ilni yi i,ir- - It nr enn lit It ant visit to friends iu this vicinity. ciuuf Wk un liur.'i nahila. Oi ;..r ).(, n- Richmond, Old Point Comfoitand nm t,r Hrnt t ,iii' ,nf. gioves of nut trees. Mise Ida Smith, Owensboro, U vis iit on rtrrlft ,, jirlrr hi Ihr ;ir..i,rj Norfolk visited en route. A .special Youth's Companion, iting friends mid relatives in this and nrt. B. J. KENDALL CO., train composed of elegant coaches anil W'ur.e 1 lut at Aniiiiiila.. adjoining neighborhoods at this writ-ti- ng r.nosiiurgii Falls, ,'6!'"' Pullman sleeping cars, will leave According to Rogers, the poet, nnd we think the Doctor is happy, Louisville at L.'.O p. ni. Irom 7th St. Vernon was the person who invented for we chanced to see him in company Depot, Thursday August 11, 1W2, the story about tho lady being pub EAIC AND with Miss Ida, pass through Kinder-hoo- k Ytum'il in India by a sunstroke. reaching Old Poit Comfort next evenWhen ho was dining there with a ouo evening last week on their On:am Bircnutbt'ttLil uad cularviHt. ni. ing at 0:30 p. in. Round trip rate-t- o Hindoo, one of his bout's wives was iiuijt sioi'i-.-.i.iisi .Tiiiiinooii , way to well we cuu'tsay where for arlcitilc, ttviik LacltjloMcifinnnorj-- lU'fttiirt'il. ilizztnc Old Point: Slfi.HO from llentler-son- . suddenly reduced to ashes, ujwu nrnoutnt", tieakncm rurril l.y tl.c l'liin we don't know. JMj' HPiiif ilti's. f l.tO r liox fix .nxrjf Slo.00 from Owensboro. Low which the Hindoo rang tho bell und THE A ttrt'teii K'limiUo of mro ttltli l ... . , J. L. Harnett, wife and children, IVIIU IlllSWt'rCU . rr ,l . i"'"ll I" Ills! ir KKKL ) ' Hx mxo-- . N'lul itnmi I .r tutu Hints t it v.iutc.jiurt, iiaesvi..e,.-stepi.-r. jt( ..Bring frPsll glases all(, gw IT..N CUV Ii:i! ., p. Owensboro, visited Mis Amanda LOUISVILLE aoo .North Suioju: ..i::n , t .. ens)oit and Irvingtnn. IWii'ers up your mistiess." All the Year COMMEUCML Daruett mid family lost Saturday mid will leave on tegular trains ns follows: Round, Will lie sent to any addi from .Sunday. Henderson, 7; Jo a. Owensboro, Ori'iit Artlnt. lllm Sliirtnl ttllli ttninl, IM).'!, lor now until .J.inuarv niiTyToiiociniirpirnniirniri. J. Walter Allen and family, of the 8:27 a. m., Lewi-por- t, in., U;.'5.'l efforts iu art of twenty-liv- e cent-- . a.m., Tlio purcim-in- i Campaign yi'ar is voimiiiip in neighborhood, spent SunWashington ' iSK,'i,J Professor Herkoiner and of Mr. .Se- now at han.l; you niti-- t keep VllrZ' JtW. KTKu'illS Cloverport, 10;01 a. ni., .Stcphcti-- till tlMll. ymour Lulus were made with tho and the uav to do is to lead TIIIC day iu Kiutlerhook, the guests of li. n. in., Irvingtnn, 11:02 a. 'poit, - iQtin 5.00 8-gauge and cbisej n? it block of wood. COMMKIIC'IAL the only true ex. K. Tinsley and wife in. James Dm net, too, practiced its a pout-ti- t of I'lotection and sound cur $4.00 g V2.S0 Lute Kasterday aud wife, Uetla, Special attention will be paid to woodcarver, and Opio professed tho reney in the South. S2.C0 3.50 visited Mrs. A. C. Kllis Sunday. baher craft of a carpenter and Rom-nethe personal commit of ladies withiWi 1) for SjIMP L E CO V Y W.50 $-f!s2- .00 Messrs. Bedford Barrett and Alou-x- o of u cabinet maker. London out escort-- . For Untaloguo nnd Prico.s, .vrito tho Manufacturers, Graphic. 12.25 51.75 Hays, Whitesvdle, visited If. A. Sleeping car accommodations will And examine it careftillv you with &, Mfg. Co,, 2fB Anderson nud family several days be provided, riiiliiim Oiiiiiiiinl, be sure to subscribe. Adilre.--s all letbut in order to have for.,ME"J Mary (during a movingi Tho mis- ters and make all cheeks and last weeek. JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U. 8. A, choice of berth?, application should k.HIP. order payable to J. K. Smith, Ceutertown, was in be made tc Mr. V. A. Wilgu-- , sus ls very partio'lar about this brickybac mantel clock, an says we'll Kinderhook last week, the truest of Louisville, LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., Ky., at once. Sleep-- ' 1VP to carry it. I'll take it. Jo, Foster mid wile. Louisville, Ky J"'1- 0- )'pn tuko tli' thy nn I'll ing cur rates will be $1.00 for berth. We are sorry to learn that Miss r ..:...:... ,t,, You niik'ht et th . i cam' th' clock. . uuinvjiiu to uiti ruini, to lie occn cfmH&eh, clock fall wid your awkwaidness. 'PCLaura Bennett has been (juite sick jiictl And a mod lamp FCR THE SHOE IN THE by one or two peions Good News. nn: oi.ii:sr uiii:it in THE BEST M'l.l'I.tl.TII'.sVVOF.LI)footttonr MOKEY. yA !jj,t In OTIlOt K'ra.li'.anil must be simple; wlun it is not fimple it isf 'ilfailW I lIUu nroif for home time, and is but slowly imtin' (iri'i'ii II It rr t'liniitr.t li iniilihit; tnuf.uno MkIi rvprrsi nt n monty a!n. The route is through the canons of UUWUiJelrXKW not pood. I. Simlk, JWauliful. (7W. these I'irturi's nl llic liillottlii lutt lulris far l.i.jnnil llio.ilinl,ar;i nf chih that uawc una proving at this writing. llii- - Kilt .tit at Onlt. u i.rko uro rinniiw.! ii Imjti.hu New Iiivcr, along picturesque Creen-brie- r M.rds mean nuich, lut to slc " i .is Iloihcster" Cr for (lit1 next lltf iiiiiiiIIi..: ;''AI.I''M' ! UI'ITI ... I., lloiiulnn, lliuiluo.i, TK. bol.l liy Tho(?ouachosof thoArgentino The Alexander Sunday School will lllll... Out- - Uo. 'iililni. riiutoxriiilis K'.'.IKI will imnrets the truthmoroforciL.lv. Ail metal. Kiver, pacing White Sulphur live entirely on roast lieef nnd I..1II rend ns delegates to the State ConvenOni'.liiill itor. tough and seamiest, and made in mrec pieces only, IIOCKER & TABOR, Springs, crowing the Allcghcnies and salt, scarcely ever tasting farinncious 'Iliri'iI.iiii it is alsi)i'.iU.y saj'eM uiMtuiaUe. hXn Aladdin's Io-iution, which will be held at Princeton K or other vegetable food, und their I.IIII llll"ll III ill). I'lll'll Hlue Kidge Mountains and beautiful of ol I, it 13 indeed a "wondet'ul lamp," fir its rnar August 'J.'ird and 21th, Miss Ada I, llll l " (liilsy Shenandoah and I'icdmount valleys. nolo hovorngo is mnto or Paraguay vcious li,ht is purer (iml Lr.shtcr ti.1f km light. l ll ii Tho lilif.t ,i,s tea, taken without sugar. WashingPatton nud U. C. Harnett. Stop-ov- er (Inn a.T t' " hotter thn Uectrst, light ami i .or a cheerful than cidicr. privileges will be grantton Star. Daisy Di:a.ni:. ivrTisiir ttlu-rifi Ami lliv onl) .iillrr lia I.nol: forllilltmi 'rim UoonriTrR. If tliclninpilcilrrhain'ttliec'iiiiln ed on the return trip, enabling exjjf'. t eu.l Ilni prs mi" iiiiulr, 4 'ii nml m.. ni.. rlutir ruilr til? Mle j yiuimit.j .ji iy ii tj i Tirfor our niw illiuirauacatalii-i- -. '" tour cuoku oi over U.uuJ (il.OIKJi: Vf. .11 VTIIIS, cursionists to visit Kichinond, White r Ei!Livarlctii.frotilln.-Ajii-u.i.iiiiiM. Ovor Tho Mountains to Tho ... .. Hiilll Mlii'l, .ft hrJ rI fkMII . j... t. t .,.- - li.ijii n.m j .. arii ... nrr. .. rw.ttv 'i.ir r iv. Sulphur Springs and gthcr celebrated l --- ;". Soa. Hartford Republican -- MS - Commercial Hold, 3i do-siri- ng nI) - k - - t mm&Hm4i iai A - n ; iirnilluii-nli.liiiiini.iiix.i.jii-t-ui.ii.iii- -t - '&&' kj'(""r fijt ui ii'OflP?s5ii l'."f tmmeb&h r' ii &&' w .- J&S Ts&- rM'ta vhm m ., win, "tc N - &m ',' ' ' msWr'sz'lS. ' v iZZVSiCK&itr'" 1. fflMMfiSl - oLMIL .i a E f - fy ! i SPffifflB C.Theo.Cain, :&;.aGENT I w&Mwim& rr sris&sgfti? I 1 '.. irikAl1 iflll , ..-jL I M i Mustang the Ailments and Beast. I ii,; M -- . Ull!ltMll H , l . Liniment.. oi Man ',mM$mmm On re for , nFPnSTWTRV I o Owensboro, Ky. vlll "i well-know- e - 275,000. $Accmuiis of a AJcrcliaiits try' ns fa ! Interest raitJ time deposits ess licits your -- 1 tlie -- i! ' VI..1, 1 1 1 X EJ II I iMBY!" MORSE? IJTHYNOT I Vv WnW?.ff BED? Will um-- i r . !, THE GREAT T SivTwrnkli Cflt V ll.iiii--tiiti- fitf! I I i ut-- 4 j i All -- - i. 250 W MEl'sLui.. !, ,,, ,.., illlL-llllilll- tn-vC- tttllfw 1, I ,,'tia I pn-tc- 10.-2.'-J il i y ' W. L. DOUCLAS wtMWn e, ,), $2.007i';' '.-u -- Austin, Tomlinson Webster . S3 shoe: "Seeing - Ss Believing. " c VZSBM 1 IIu-t'l- - 1 1 J-:,.i- Annual Excursion to the Seashore the Mississippi Valley Itouto will sell tickets from Heaver l)ani,Ky., to Old 1'oiiit Comfort and return at the low rate of l l.TiO for lay and nilit trains of Wednehday Auirtist the !lrd, good to return on any train before August tUh, lisll. Tickets will bo accepted going from I.ouisvillu on special traJn composed couches and I'ulliiinu of first-cla- ss sleeping cars, leaving that city at I, UO p.m., Thursday, August ith, uud nin iti the C. &. 0. ltoute The surpassing beauty of the scenery via of this route is known to every tourist, but uo ouu can tire of tho grandeur of the Now Itivor canons nud the picturesque scones of the (rreeiibriar. Mountain gorges, majestic heights and long stretches of valley landscapes offer a variety of scenery encountered on no other railway line in America; and with iinsurpassod Hotel accommodations at .reasonable rates. Delightful Htirf bathing, and the numerous Ocean and other attractions at Old Point Comfort, Virginia Ueaeh, Ocean View, Kor its Grand rcsortn. AtO. Tickets will be good returning until September L, 181)2. Handsome book, description of scenery along the line, will be mailed to any person upon npplication to W. A. Wilgus, U'2',i Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., or to Agent L St. L. & T. K. I. II. W. Fi,i.m:h, G. I. A., V. A 0. H. U. II. C. Monmii:, I. A., L., St. L. itT. ily. 'iil.nrli Ciin.l, liuillli nml Ktuit I.i nlli ! iiirul li 'iilniili Hi iiiul, I'll... .'iut .N'u-- il h.r fin. nl Z. Wiijiii. lirlilinA Ilni, InJ.i fiwt-clWho wish to purchase corn and fertilizer Drilln and thoDeer- nig Mowing .Machine nnd Hay-niK- e the best on market, can tlo no bet- ter than call on, I. W. Hartford, Ky. a To tho Farmers -- ' x Your taxes for year I8)2 arc now due and 575i00 to ivrl''.!' '.i ilu .ill iri' linn unpaid and as havo .iifi ilni.. liii'iiit'i. hnii. ni'iiniiiti S.l J ISTHEPE5T. liiilni. njn. boon delayed in the till II. I'. JOIIASO.V iii.iitiMiiii.i'llli. miv) hwc swiiw Mf mne mmm lluMCHjiuASt.n.r. ',;.e..l toJttiMiu. llll ' ,V" uc. collection for more tiLiitSL than 00 days by the cj&.tlmTLm oisr Agents: S"anted! Legislature, I will M II. A. LOZI.IKIl&CO,, n i Ni D.ialeri', expect you to cnlhmjWarR ft SMiUBr, J CLEVELAND, O. me or my deputies :!IOSiiieiii)i'Sl. and settle at once. TIlB Mm PllQlomk ...w.. miw. MUM ... 2i:e. ,T XJ1U lwv... tlHIU LJ1UL t 4:..,,v l... Pictures In Erery . J Will have tO COlJCCt Pictures Copied anil Knlnrged Cvrcns'csrc. SiiSOiDO L'l'i'iK'iI'r'uJl i Tax Notice! III MV-.- Mi rif M fs7T -- k n ... "Th Rochester' aia.i ii tilioli- Im tin i mi liirnl-- li In llii . tiitlt il.l i Mrtill I. nn. I Kit i ) Mill til.'llll.'ll .V '( co. J'.lll llll I lillllill.l, Vn. i t'"'c,"CII-- . 4 1 I a . J i"-- mfo ORE cwiidmm,mimms$ &aSM PRICE HEADACHE ANDALL sa mm to syiiua 0IM' fAYLOR: iHK i Whole.-al- o mmum iiii. ifai 5 CENTS r.iiiHTn-TiiTi- MALARIAL DJ50RDERS. nrnrwr ri FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. richardson-taylo- r msd.cq. tl 1 st.lohis mo, ilBmmmmm -"- -w 2.nd CSy-O- ld ,.lwi n,nr.i. tllO .wfl4 ments with State and county will necessitate nromntnuss on 0H . A SPECIALTY. Mnin fslicet. WWm 7 on mwiio, ky .In UGKEYEI. Q tfX2 mvxKt-wmma- 3o Cii.iii, lull ly V lii.iinii 'iiiikIimii. llinn.'lilll. Ilium. ri lli'tiul I. mIiiioIi'm C'iiii', ..W.'lilllin Urn,'. lniiK'hli'r. . ,t . Iluirl" ! Itii.l MIITIESIT GURE$ H0Y1I1HG BUT FILES. IITM VMM Needing a tonic or i lilMren that w ant l.ulhllng up, khoulil lull- IIIIOWN'M I HON II1TTKHN. It la .lniKiit tu lulu, i urea Malarlu, Imllgel-Uoii.hillllloiiiiiiu. .MlilcnUrakeipll. I.ADIEH vour nart. HARE IS & 111V, HAUMKKS. Iliiiiosilo MHer anil nearl loverport Hotel, Kv. T.t HKIQ IIWI IHIH This June i) 1892. S. C. TAYLOR, S, 0, t). find Ob'RYAlH CUKE known for ItJ ycr.ro ca tho BHST REM ZDY FOH PILES. rwi.nKJi.iiuiuiiuiii.uin ucm u. tu m.uhh, A SURE