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Oil 'Jill USrlA.U We are well supplied With the very bent material and hare in our employ as good workmen us own lie fennel. Price- DISTRICT, TERHS-S- L.S Per Annua, In himtt, $1.25 fnM CI per year. piwFicssmxA h ca n:. ATTOI.WKV AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KKNTL'CKV. Jt MIINV, reasonable WL VOL. IV. HAliTFOHD, K Y., JFPtlDAY. J lTLY 20, 1892. fault with the 1'reMilenl's nomination of Mr. George fShirai, Jr., of Pennsylvania, to fill the vacancy in the Supremo Court; ho comes from the District entitled to tho appoint mcnt,is just (iO yenrs old, has never held any public oflico or engaged in any other business than the practice of law, and is in every aspect fully qualified to adorn the bench of tho greatest court in the world, as our Supreme Court has been justly called. Hon. Thomas II. Carter, of Montana, who has been C'ummisiuiicr of the General Laud oliice, has tcudcied his resignation of that position to thu President, in older that he may devote his whole time to his new duties ns Chuirmnn of tho Republican National Commitec. Those who know him best predict that he will make n reputation second to that of no man who ever held the position, even if he is the youngest Chairman tho party has ever Lad. Commiscioner Raum wUhes it distinctly understood that he has no idea ot resigning on account of the Democratic attacks made upon him, and the President is not nor has heat any time been even considering the question of Gen. Ran m's removal. The minority report made by the Repiibli-can- s of the committee which has for months been investigating the Pension Oflices is a vindiction of Gen. Raum's management, ami a strong cuudcniuas tiou of two Democratic conspiracy against his pergonal character, which lias been so plain to every unpiijudic-e- d person. The Senato Committee which was instructed last March to investigate and report the effect of Tariff law j upon the imports and exports, the growth, tjcvclnpmciit, production and prices of agricultural and maun file t u red articles at home and abroad, and upon wages, domestic, and foreign, has submitted a partial report covering the cost of living iu the United States uud iu Great Hriti.iu, together with the percentage of wages in both countries; the time covered being from June 188!) to .September 18'.t'J. The cost of living to a family, in ordinary circumstances, was forty four one hundredths of per cent lc at the last date than at the firr-t- , and the decline iu the eo-- t of living in May 1892, as compared with June, July and Augut was .1.4 percent. The cost of living in Great Ilritian ineret-eduring the same period 1.!) per cent and wages iu this country average 77 per cent greater than iu Great Ilritian. There is much ugly talk here about the way in which the purchase of a site for a uew Government Printing Oflice has again been postponed, and it is said to be the result of a conspiracy between Malum and Senators Vest, Hlackburn, Hut ler and Cameron, the purpose of which is to ultimately compel Congress to purpchac the ground which Gen. Malum wants to sell it lor a site. The selection of MeComas, of Maryland, to he National Committee was well received here, where "Mac's" good qualities and hustling abilities are familiar. fi'iglitcst 1 1 Secie-taryofthe NO. 52. Stat totara.r laM..r Allarasy asiirMl.. Directory J. Y. llrowii M. 0. Alford HAMLIN'S BRANCH. z (in ITninlin'rt brnnuh, Wislit 1 Drcninin', rh I yso todrciun, Uv tli' lucliur lowin'brighl, Huiul iiv,iiiplinN o' tlie stream. IN THEWST. A Hartford Boy out Wost A Glowing Account. j ' l.ilUuant fiirmor waUry nfHut Tho green "pop" is one of beauty. fl ishing, foam capped hi Is id iug water beneath makes a pleasant C(llltlU"t. NANCY Visits Louisville and Writes Tracsurer agister or l.asdonice... Urnrrsi pi. hibllt Instruction lark 1'r.hlir 1'rlnler COTMiTWX" lltailli y W.J. llrnurick -- I. (J Norman ..Henry Hair II. II. SWHllfll . I K. A.J.linw 1'. Thoinnii A. Adhllnf I'ulk lohiim lmiut Hoed no pioterH yit Iln'ftMj witclnn'oz Lookiu' nt me thru the uiivcs, Down niiHingst the shells mulshing. tlie-wun- c DrSl3SCX03R."X". iraull Court eonfenra Hip IIIi Monday In May atd Notember. I.ri.illi JiJt.r. IT1'"? r! Cvrninenttratlira Attorney U Ilardwh k Hrfc..... J I' Harrett m BeiuMlsilon.r Thoy told me I rsh'u' d go tcr school Iutilid o' loitcrin' on thnt hnink, Hut I liaint fouti' no wher' I've bin, Hich pleiifiirc hloomiu' in no book. No mutter ef you eny 'twnrn't true, That fuc' rcinniue in larnin'ri face CCOaTXTT Ja aitsrney Clark.... CO-BTR- J I' llf'tlmi Hon an lloll.rook Monday -- I lomon In racli month r ' "I'1 lor That w'vnyou think you're hiippy.thcn You're happy spite o'time an' place. Drcaiiiiii' I wi On the banks Didn't iniiko me 'Cept while I rich nil1 great, o' Hiimlin'a branub, nidi, 1 know, wu. in tlio trance. Writ Ur.......- ( urlconroBrithr lai Jolj aoJOtoUr. ' T Gouxt of Clloa. Court Uins lh lat Monday In Otlolier J.au.ry. ra-Bizcx'- April, Court oenvrnea llir Ird Monday In Wuuury, and Across the valley is seen the gicat mountains with cataract" dashing Km roll Ri.i'iWicN. The gloiious by the eternal Fourth was cpl(Wi1,L',l heiu in pretty down thorn, side-femuch the saute way, ns in Kentucky, snow that crowns their summits. IlereisHPci. tlio "attilicial Rainbow." with barbecues, speeches anil frolics. The full of silvery water over a cliff It is well that' there is one thing upon which Americans unite. The nnnual one hundred feet high nud lucid by Day the sunbeams is a beautiful typo of icpurrenec of Independence nwakcin a thrill ofpalriotini through- God's first how ofpiomic. Tho cavout the length 'nnd breadth of our erns arc among tho foreino-- t ntti acHaving taken in all the tions of the pa-- one can wonder for country. places of interest in this flourihiug hums in this realm of darknc?. Fancity, and having mot many agreeable tastic ferns and pigeons abound. The people, from our own State, a party Opera Iloiiso is n vast loon, oOO feet in length with ceiling lising lo fit) feet of us decided lo visit a beautiful sumiu the darkness. licit: the gicat mer resort iu tho mountains, which s; an Interesting Account of hor Troubles. I'litii'ii: I lowd J , li, WIMHMI, Mis-in- t afore this cotratxe. m4 Ktruiu. JiulUVe courts tilil in Man li, Jmu . Scpteinlwr li.cruilMT, an per date, oppo.ltvtlit Hume. J tV turner. . M. i, Hut hiiiii how or uthur now, Arter yoMrs o' roamiti' rouu' liisv a kin' o' lougiti' fur Wun look nioru o' that ol' groun'. An, to Met whur' Jane uu' me tH tii'd the hau'kerchur, In While my arm, 'ihout euny help, Jet kinder slipt rouu' o' her. luv-'no- " Unions Hie white man's foot had trod Tli is sa red valley of the West, The Savage, tuTfi: the gift from God And named ifiViiintous, the blest.'' Leaving Denver in the curly morning, much to tho discomfoit of the young ladies of our patty, tho Misses C.,from Louisville, and Misses S.. of the city, we reached the depot just two minutes hcfoictiuin time. Hoanl-in- g the "Denver it Rio Giande'' we were hurried along the foot of the Rockies, tluough beautiful glens nnd ravines, until wo i cached Colorado Springs, the junction of the mad that takes you to Mauiton, One naturally expects an exaggerated account of beautiful scenery, when seen first by a boy, but I will tell you truly what I taw when I first found myself among the-'- old Mouarchs of the West. On entering the valley, the fiist thought is of wonder, that any man d ever found enti.iucc into its fastening. Surrounded by almost inaccessible mountains, it "ccms to forbid on to come further, but lured by the sound of falling water, the lnughter of childien and strains of sweet music, you emerge from the rocky prison, and a pretty little Milley gitels the astonished eye. When we think that this alley, forty years ago, was inhabited by savage animals and still more savage men, and compare its development with but that of olden coiinliics, we wonder at the piogre-- s and ol the nineteenth century. We found the H.iker llmt-- c to be one that would do cicdit lo any city. Wo "renovated," as the ladies say, and went to the Soda Spring, which directed years ago, tlicSpiuiiuid', by the Indians, sought as the "founOne cannot fully tain of youth." appieciate water until he drinks of Rubbling up this beautiful Spiing. from thu foot of Pikes Peek, an stream of spaikling beau ty. It certainly gave us an appetite, for the excellent lunch, our hot prepared, nnd then we drove through the "Garden of tho Gods,'' wheiethc "Great Sphit"of the Indians dwell. Wu may cnticisa this simple faith of tho untortuied savage, yet ho had beautiful and grand conceptions, when he named this place, the home ot his maker, Siimuioncd by a barrier of toot bills, nestling in the shadow of everlasting rocks the gem of lugged beauty lies hidden. Upon entering the valley, one is It surprised at the color of the soil. is red, a deep, peculiar red, suggesting thoughts of our own dark and bloody ground,. Thcio is nothing to relieve it except banco rocks and scrubby pines, and as the sun pours bis burning rajs upon your head vision of Dnntes' Inferno, more thnn of tho happy hunting ground, rise beHut the heat is soon fore you. of the huge iu admiration boulders that tower above you, and tho many mcky freaks that this garden contai:,s.A little imagination converts u gnarled and broken rook into the head and antler of a deer. Strange formations, suggesting other animals, startle you at every tuin nnd strong columns rise around you full of rugged beauty. Passing under the Halnnced Rock, one is startled at his own littleness, a stone fifty feet high bilauccd upon u point of our feet, almost sways to the Ono feels breathof tho winds. fmm under its shadow. The "Gates of tho Garden" described as "two rcmarkab'o buttes of ted conglomeiatc, which appears in tho disiaucM like tuhblcscut iu tno mounPassing through tho tains. side." "Gntes")ou meet alow range of hills nnd following these, am rustic yet modern and pretty dwellings, of note, especially that of Senator Palmer, built at the foot of uu imposing cliff, sun minded by beautiful fauns and drives. "Tho Twins" aro seen in the distance, towering above their neighbor, and further on, tho Twins, The stands grand uud peculiar. Major Dorno is a inagestio column rising perpendicularly to a height of three bundled and eigbtly feet. Tho Pass is tho path across the range to the Kast, down which, in years gone by, tho led men came iu search of ganio nud to wage war upTlio drivo up this on their foes, lock-bounen .. II :, J McKh..ilf),4,J, .1, 4. U Wlajlorcou.tatla. ). r. yiilflii, lt, li., It. A.f. Kwmn II, If, II, II. I.H. Wll.on con.lablr. I M.li. Miller, . I, 1, 1. J --CIuiiiW, 1, I, t, i JW l'.jimiiiatlf. l. K.ai'w. , Yt'tn Il4iin.lt. T, , 7, 7 II T HMiIrr, s, , i B'Ujrlorvi 'onMtaldr. I II. II. II. I. KilUrnou, II. It. II. II. JUI.Wa (Uea W Hour ron.tahle I W M Auuy, II, 11, ,t. r, li', a. . a. I I. mount a hunrn most unny time Kf 1 li.id Turned to write, ou ny, An' knowed jest what wu. goiu' on An' all the fr'ou's that' past away. I Jlll.rnO'lal'Ir. fullrr t'aiirla. bxTiatua.-..!. ill.'--N ('.. l.aaanlLa. J -- I that comes from fr'uii'a at hum Is like tlio himiiy with the bee, You'd take the sweet, when lo! a siting Initid produces misery. Hut I me JJ Mlfhrll, JiiilR'l C lUnlrl, Jii'lK"! I. I'avld.oii.Ju I X 1 ' ' I J Ja W W A l'aul.l, llollluK, Ik! Nusep.ipum, too, I'm told, ur' full I'v murders, theffs,ur sum ditress, hileall the gKl an' ple's.iut things hie hurried in furgitfulness. "Natural Organ" pours fourth its peculiar melody. It is one of nature's greatest wonders. The first tone you hour, is soft uml melancholy. Gi initially swelling, and dying nway in tho distance, can bo heard the echo, advancing and retreating, until the hall is filled with sol u mn music, which floats away softly into the nistcrious darkness. Leaving the G.iidcn, we pass up a long range of hills until we reached the summit, when the little cities of Old and New Colorado Springs cm be teen with the plain stretching far Upon the right lies Mauibeyond. ton almost lost to view, yet guarded by old Pike, the monarch of the Rockies. We went back to the big cities with almost u feeling of rcgict. Denver, July 10th. L. a aTaa- I - Well, jes; I'm inidillin' ol', I guess, xkroar.-Kit- kla Ji,k. : fjt when its pat the time seems rtxia (1 u iroaarr. jiuk-short; laanl.al. .lost fifty years w'o this spring Atlirr t'unnty OMr.n. .l.tiii) an me obguii our start. J II Kll.oii larlayor - 0 H I'arroll We t'liiii tlio mouiit'iii's siilo abreast Ai.nMor J or II Hocrra kfol MUfariUtrixIrnl.. Hut atom wu got on top, J W llra.ll.j , .r.ar.... The l.onl He jest sent after .lano Which ruthur hurried me up. womsxxxx". ' ". llrl.l, llfjrTl'ajf marshal. ))' llaaklm, Jll.lni , I' llininaf, UNION. 2;!. Mrs. Cora Taylor and childien, ot Smallliouse, who hnvc oceii visimig reiauves in mis ami Libei ty neighborhood the pat two weeks, returned home Sunday, ac-- , by her husband, P. H Tn) lor, July J isroTra k. K. 'hairrb.lwulh. St rriif a llilnl anJ at l f.arlk an.lajr Inracli immll, i".rjr IJ tnoniinir.. It. K. K. r.t., Tailor. SaMulli-atlioo- ov)iM-- t r. fsmrrli. iiuaar at.rj SiinJay mornltiil , aaoiaini at ancf Wiimlay. ii'i look. UplUK'hnrrli. ".riicea Halilall,aoliaul awoml Hftnr-Ja- y M. Alpha ItaplUf, ILira Miimlay in.rnin ami hikM. llaMatli-alo'alaok a. a. liri. J. J.Hrinin Tartar. (cuD-Mrnl- i-ra Rat Humour. E.'lmrli, (colrMailli. aa.l nlnlil. I'a.lir. K.t. J. H. Otlrnian. l'aator. an I fourlli flr Scri IwhiI atuoViock llrn.il. II. MolMial l'aa. r'mi.lay truuipiii' down on thisVre side For uieiiiiy an' mcuuy n day. "Mighty lonesome?" 'tis indeed, tSunce June she went away, I I'u bin w rjr) lool at under of, on Hauiliu's br.im'h. They've laid aside ol' fash'oncd a. liool . llr.t ana1 An' sing, in ipiires, them blatiu' songs Inslid o' good ol' Wesley's lays. I'vtihenrntheiii play tho'rorgins fine, I'ianners, too, uu' blowiu' things, An' all the instruments uv uoNe That's run by win' ur placed wi' strings. kin fin' wun little spot, iVher' I, on (Jeorge's Knob hev sot An' listened to more music sweet That uiini friim wun enuhjiitin' throat. Hut 1 wajs Hertie l'.irnunl and sister, Cornelia, Liberty, attended Sunday School at this place Sunday afternoon. Several fiom this part of tho county attended the McIIenry b.irbecuo lut Saturday. Fanners aro busy threshing their grain, hoeing tobacco and cutting The wheat crop is better than gr.i'-s- . was for awhile supposed to be. Klvis Smith had !2 bushels. Miss ;ilio Chapman, who has been visiting fiieud and relatives iu Butler county, has icttiiucd home. Luther Rencer, of Butler county, has bought the John Nave farm of Heaver Dam. S. H. F. a . a, A callin' uv the cows at night HCTWEKN LOUSVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, Than all the tunes that over flowed I'iiinucrs fruin ur irgin' harp. I'rsiugin' at the milkin' gin, 0. W.Umj. Sleeping Cars' PULLMAN BUFFET KltOM AND TO .tliVILLK,MEMrillN,VICHMHVK via Nrnpkla. WASHINGTON. Our Regular Correspondent Writes an IntorestingLot-to- r The Quick and Desirable Route trom tho NationTO AMI KHOM al Capital. fliilKiUlptiln llaltimoro Niw Ynrk WaaltliiKtiin Nirfnlk OI,l I'olnt Coailort MATUN KOIJK,nM4 NKW 1IRI.KAKT, Kaatarn and Northeaatarn Point at ltlcliunmJ HulTalci Cluvulmid TsUJii ChicaKO liiillanaiHiln Cilioimiatl UniiaTlllo ilsinplill VicklburK llaliill llmir X'ow Orlaani Mobile l.lttU Itock lint Hprinri iiJ iclnti In Weil Teiuie.- ifo Texaa ArknliiHi Mltifipil LoaitUiik ind Ike Smith anil SOUTH WKST. ll thurouglily Tkallia Irit-ola- iKATUMali tlie time iiml convenlunce tcured by the l.iiaitfd KxiirvM Train.. OvLY a mailT1! MDK between Ixiulivillu ana Mniiliii, and tilt bett and imickeat sarrlce between tlio two citiua over (iflered. Tickala.Tlma.TaMfa an.l all arcurrd by mIv Injt to J, inronna-lieAa-an- ondltlon,ad prorldoimii uicel-Ua- l trranjeniBii tin lime Kiidtlirouli cara uliol and in u at Bravrr liam.ar H.TIrbrnar Er, W.ITu.tTiGiB'l fin. ArtulOaiiTilli. ale l.tl)IVII.I.K, NT. l.ODIB & TKX. K. K. toftiiTilli, St. Louis BCnKDUI.K WK-S- Texai iilnj, tbll). C li . III. IN KKKKCT IIOU.Nl. NOV. I, U'll. No. 41, o,M, T Ihilly. 7.15 a. in. II a.m. .17 9,11 k. Loulailllr Wrat Point Rratnltiidurg IrtioKtou 'CloTcrporl llawr.Tilk ai.uku.ort Uaiaport Owanilmro Spukll ll I v Ar. Ilaudtrton ;. 7.Wp. m 7 p. m. a. in. a, m. a 17 . in. 1 a. m. V Jl p. m. lu II a. m. o.iop. m. U II h. in. 10 in p. in. II Uu. m. 10 II p.m. p. in. U: lb p. in. 1.IU p. in. II M p. m. l.U p. m. U JUayn. Ho.il, KtST HOUNIl. I.T. Ually. 7:14 No.M, IXi'y hi. 8poIUIII Ilaiul.non 7U7 a. in. 0.i..Hiro Lawlaport Uawaitillr Clof a. in. 3; lip. 37 p. n a. m. 4 'li p. Pi'Ja.m. fiuap. O.J.I a. in. in. in. in. ariort - It.iihaiiaport lrrlujlua...- -. UriaaaakurK Waal ruin! Ar. Ual.Ylll Taaiaa Mo. 7 p. in. 1" '" .! . in. 1" in a. in. 11 W a. in. 7.01 p, m, Il.tM a. in, 7.31 p. in, U W p. in. I US p. m, 1 iv p. m. V o p. in. aurptrd) wilt. Iralna on Iouia Till. HarJIaakutjr A W.il.ru U, I!., catt ami wail koand, Farlurtlier Information, Lflilrrta H.O, HOIIDUK, (Iwi. I'a'r tf't. lrviata tl and Ho. U maka cunnrcllon at (Buaday II itlioma. li IxmliTilU, Ky. ! BROWJra WtOM MITTKRr. ALHAKAO dtllclouiCaavar clituply uud qiiUkly Tbla book Uglxuawur.ut drug . and general Korea. lr lltU The Democratic leaders arc just beginning to realize what a bad break was made by their party in the Houte in defeating the World's Fair appropriation; they urc hearing from the country on tho subject, and the they reciove nre anything but Air. Clevehind impress natiafuctory. ed it upon those Democratic Congressmen who went to New York to hear him anil Adlai notified of their nomi nation that it would he suicidal for the Democntie majority in the (louse tu persist in its opposition to this uppropriaton in the face of the general public sentiment in favor of Government aid for tho exposition. The cicdit for this bright bit of Democratic stutcmanslnp is due to cheesexparer.iu-'.'hei- f Holmnti, and Buyers, of Texas.and the matter is still to a certain extent in their hands, us they are the Democratic conferences on the part of the House on the bill, but iu spitoof tlio pressure that is being brought to bear on them they are still stubborn, and if they can hold ho votes by which they defeated tho appropriation in tho House they will bring about a dead lock that may ex tend the session indefinitely, as tho Republican Senate will insist that this appropriation be made beforo nil journiuetit. The mujorty against this approppn-atiowasanly 10, and it is utmost certain that when Holdnian reports hack to the Houso tho inability of tlio conference committee to agree because of the iusisteuceot theSenato conferences upon this appropriation that a motion to recede from its position against tho appropriation tun be car ried through tho Houso by a small majority. It is greatly to tho credit of the Republican in the House that every ouo of the 122 votes cast agaiusl this appropriation came from Democrats most of them from the South. No one has been able to find tho mes-wign FRIENDSHIP CHURCH. Mrs. Mary C. Royal was tho gue.--t of Mrs. Naucy Hrandon Monday. Mrs Lucy Reed visited Mrs. T. D. Royal Sunday. George Mulonc, wife nud sou, Leonard,, visited relatives nnd friends iu Clovcrport a few days ugo. Mrs. Elvira Hellamy visited her mother Monday. Isaac Wcsterfield bought 4 sheep ofDockLanham for $14.00. Geo. Metcalf bought 2.1 hogs of V. W. Royal for 4 cents per pound. Tho evening of July 12th a large crowd at the bride's home to witness the marriage of Morris Royal and Mrs. Hirudin Royal. About 8 o'clock tho hridnl party inarched into the parlor and Kid. Robt. Hrandon spoke tho words that made them husband nnd wife. The gentleman, groom is n member of tho Christian Church, eldest son of V. W. Royal. Tho bride is nn accomplished lady, daughter of Henj. I) avail, deceased, captain in tho Into war. Tlie groom is 23 nud Her iir.--t the bride 24 yenrs old, mnrriago was to S. M. Royal, cousin May thoy ever bo of tho groom. 1)i:,vtiiici:, happy is the wish of high-toned There are some patents medicines that are more marvelous than a dozen doctors' prescriptions, but they're not tliosa that profess to cure everything. Everybody, now and then, feels "rundown." "p'ayed out." They've the will, hut no power to generate vitality. They're not sick enough to call a doctor, but just too sick to bo well. That's where the right kind of a patent medicine comes iu, nnd does for a dollar what the doctor wouldn't do for less than five or ten. We put in nur claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. c claim it to bo an iineque.ilcd leniedy to puiify the blood nnd inig-mat- e the liver. We claim it to be lasting in its effects, creating nn appetite, purifying the blood, and preventing Billions, Typhoid and .Malarial i'eveis if taken iu time. The time to take it is w lieu you first feel the signs of weariness and weakness. The time to take it, on gcncial principals, is NOW. li A XA.SVI, I I.Vll.lTOIt frir UiiihiI). villi, u li Sol I l.t .. M'liyno (.ntllii Itio, aw. a Prio'.'i toil' l. LAFPOON. 21. Win. Hinton, Huford, and Mrs. Jus. Sumner, Newville, vis ited ft lends near Lnffoon this week. A fishing party consisting of Mr. Hathaway and wife, Misses Lou June TtiaKiiKV, "I.Otl, Il.il. Si.l.i by ., Vn)m nnlllii .). tt.Niiijoirf4 aaa, m:o.ii.TiiAii:i.,(ritiuiu.i, a 111) fit T 11111 fi' DV.tMHIl coNNr.MPTiox X Urn, Titr. Coun- Il.tJ Hamilton, Livin Wedding and others from Whitesville.spent the dayThurs day on Panther creek, near Miller's biidgu. The members of Hell's Run Church met Sunday at ! o'clock a. in. and oigauied n Sunday School ut thnt Wo trust thu School will ho place. a success under the Biiperintenilency of C. C. Taylor. Your correspondent had the pleasure of visiting the Sabbath School at King's Schoohoiiso Sunday, found the School in a good statu of progression. Hannah. Altl, YOl M Vl)i; iniarri.hU !') IlldUl atlon I'oiKllp.liou, Imzlnom, lo of AppiIHe, tt How Vilili.r A i Who has a cappod Hock? C. C. Smith.Treus'r of Lake ty, Ind., who resides nt Crown Point, writes: "I cured a Capped Hock with It ono bottle of Quinn's Ointment. is tho best thing I have over used on Soft Bunches." Horsemen who desire u reliable remedy use tho above preparation. HIIII.OirH'ATAKItlllloiiieW.-KHill,-cufor t'.itnrrli, Diplillierla mnl Hold I'J Z. Wayne drlllln A Urn. n K.illu' mio H d I h V. W ijiio lirillin llro. uts the little ills and worri-muChildren, Dr. Feuuur,s Soothing Syrup is superior to all AN arrantud to satisfy or others. For sulo by L. inmioy refunded. For all of H. Huiin. 48- -1 1 tu rite nnd tell you all about tho sites HARTFORD, KY. I seed while I wus in Louisville, but (oiIIm nil r nikrni,'aliunnr.) I tuck the toothnkc and hit is about WlllpimU i tlirirpi if ..' (mitt n Ohio nn. ii. IJ. iiihiKn nnd' ,nti'l i imrl i f ppraln all u body kin do tu know who thu is; Hpi 'Mill. ill. nlion mn in minimi piiutiu nnd i nJJly much Ies.s keep thu thoughts tu gctli-- er im lion. to crawl of the pint uv a pen. CTames j&.. Jolinnthan sed, Ian sake! Nancy Jane.the idea uv you bavin toollmko, HARTFORD, KY. when you han't had a tooth in your Will priillii li lr.fi in i lino in.lndjolu-ini- t head fur nigh on tu forty ypai- -. ili court if Vpp.'iW. hpum .iiul n h. , III 1 have ill) lllioil giv i oil. Hut some teeth, one ot these n. Illlli'i norlli aide put lie x.piprp. J71 hem tooth dentist made, ami I know tha hurt like mi mitral tooth did, II. IMII'ITV. II. II IIIM.o. and Johuntliau don't no iiothiu about bit tu be shore. Now I pintcdly must tell you what a arful time I had Will piaotl.eln oil loiulg of Ohio goin with Jolinnthan out in town rniintic, nml Iu Sipirlr Cnmt nrul aii.I ndjnuuns Court of Ap. nil, seein uv the strange sites what was lo. Oilut, v. !, over oil loral lnilma Attended Audi raon'n Ili'jinr. l.y. .2 71 tha. Well, Joluiathan sed we would rido round some on the street kears, ATTORNEY AT LAW, so wo stopped tu wait fur one; he won sed here hit cuius, I looked, and couldn't believe mi own ies, thar hit wus cumin a tnrin down tho road, with no mules or iujiae, nnd hit sheared mc so, tu see the kears a live, that I ketched mi hi oath and couldn't 3E5L3T. (Olheoln L'ruucl r Iliuldinj;.) say a word, out hit stopped nud Jolin tirofpjOlrll III ftll llm n,mrl. nf Will Itnirlttn nthan pulled me one, and u fore I got Ohio nnd udioinlni lountiiM. Alk.. Tt..i...s IMilillta seat, bit started, and throw ed mo head foremost among the people, 3VE. Xj. KCea-vrin- , what wus iu that. When wo stunned A'iTORXEY AT LAW, Johnathan sed we would go nnd look , through that great big Commerce Will nutitf hl In nil tho C'ourla ol building, we stopped iu tu u little Ohio nud adjoining lotiiitiia, nnd lu tlio Court of loini, and u fom I knowed hit, up Apl'iuli. Xjrrinl attention nhrn tocollictlon. Olhii, out Willi mn, Hi II A CoVdiiijritori. nu went, nml bit skeaid me so ui fill ly, fIIr I thout hit was a flyin, that I grubbed the elevator boy, and W- - 'ww vw ed mi glusses olfand upset mi pipe anil spilt alt tlio touaker and lire. I told the boy that I wus not le.uly i tu be tuck to Heaven a live, but Johnathan lowd hit wus about as near as 1 ever would git tu that good 1C "kW m' country. That big Coinmerc lioiise is eight rooms high, and when you look down on the streets the other big houses OFFICE OVER RED FRONT look pint blank like shod rooms, and tho men and women look like little Is prepared to do all kinds of gals ami and boys. You kin see so Dout.il wotk at io.ison.iblu prices. fur out over the big town and the river, and Land Sakcs! hit is one uv A. J. SLATON, M. D., the most beutiful sites you ever set & your tu ies up or., tu bo shore. We I'ormirly of Millwood, io loente ut l.nteh-f- l went lots uv places and stayed out Id, oih his urofi'ff mm nornce. to (ho pcoplr party late, when all tu ouce, I seed a (JnivKoiir. mid vljoiniiiKcouatioii. Olhte in power uv big balls uv file a sbootm (the I)r. linden projirly.) ally round, and told Johnathan I knowed the w oi Id wus comin tu a cud, that I SECRET ORDERS. seed the stairs a shootin so, but he ' sed hit wus a nieh uv them thar elec('leero Mnxurll Ciunp, Nn. ill, liepirliucut ol l , uu tric litcs what tha lite tho city up with In inliii I,month .in ui r.llmllor nt I ich u. C. M. UABsriT, Cnpttln, but I behove he wus out uv his head J t. I.. 1!oh r, srrjjennt. a little so, nnd hit skeard mc so thnt I fainted, nnd knowed G-- . J&., TZ. nothing more, and when I cum tu J. Wrn, hmii. Tout, Nn. 8, Department of Johnathan had me back at his kin Kenlm l. ,lni i N ei r) IhlidSitiiiilnyul lo'ilock folk's house.Tliat nitcl wiisthc excita-bles- t e. m,, In Ooiiit'lluuni., I.i Ik lili. d, Ky, I. H. llKir.,Com. woman you ever set your tu ies S.A.JIiSiour.AdJ. on tu, uud didn't sleep much. Next Piihthm Monro-- , t'nal No 1,1'optrlmpntnf day, the childien cum liinin iu, nud Iwforo thu second mi eta ctry Mnturdi wus powerfully excited, sed tha seed HimJ.iy nt IU o'clock a. m, Inthocourt-liouaen- t J, C. Cimmbuklin, V. C. Mardigras, I mity (jusck axt what Hnrtfoid, Ky. , J. M. II.ai.oi-- Adj. kind uv unamals tha wus, but thu told me tha wus people, dressed up in all sorts uv guar, things, and tu cum nnd look at 'em, jist as I got tu tho door, tha wus a crossin uv the big TV". road and I was so powerfully a feard uv 'cm uud motioned not tu cum, but VcToHlC tha thout I incut fur them tu cum I'lijulclaiis Couldn't Cure. X over, and tha opened the gate and SEDAU8YIM.E, Hamilton Co., Ohio, Jnne, 1831. Ouo bottlo o( l'aator Kooolg'a Nerve Tonls tuck after me, and I rcu up stars and eurod mo intlnly, after physlclani bad triad thu kept niter mc nud when I seed I uu.ucioBnIully for b mouth, to riUevome of W. nUKN.NLFKU). uoivouu dctillty. couldn't git tho door shot, and git Umonvizxk, Mo., January, 1801. I can elnccri'ly nay that l'uitor Kooulg'a Nerve away from them, I crawled under the Tonic hna acttU Moudorul; aiuoo my boy combed, nud here thu wus, and the most menced touuo Ube baa not bad tbo eUgbtett ayuiptomii of fits tirfulcst lookiu varments I ever sot hourly; in cry ono Uand la telling atout and aurpriaod at the ro.ult, 1 bad bought cUht boU'lu. of medicines mi tu ies on tu. Tha yelled, old wofroui Now iork at $1 tu ihir bottlo which did uo JJUNMSWAI.HIl. man git out from under thar, or we good. Kamas Cjrv, ito , Oot. 8, !. will eat you up a live, and tuck hold TJaed Pastor Koentg a Norvo Toulo for uerv. Uiblllty, croatly uv mc and begin tu pull, but Land outneaa and general It had tboand was ctfoct. ilmircd bouefltod by sainu. MKb. uko. k. uuu:n. Sakcs! I wus fastened under the bed, Yulunhlo Honk on Norvoul and tha pulled, and pulled mo so iiixe.irvs scui iieo io any uu.iroa, H,or pitUuta tan al.o obtain hard, that 1 thout tha would unjmt FREE mid iiiLilIcluo trco ur tli .rue. IliW Thla rcmo ly hai i ocu nrcparod uy tue itevi. rond every bono iu mi body.nml hit skeard Paaior Koiniir ana ort wuuc. lud . since by tlio me so bad, that I knowed nothing Uuowi.rcuurt.duuJi.ruUdlru.Uou KOEHIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. more, mid tha thout tha hud killed sjolilliyl)iii:Kl-tautt5pcrllottlo. 0 for 85, me and left, ami I don't believe I . rirKO.SI.-1.73OUottloslor Jn. over would u drowned another breath . if Johuntliau hadn't cum about and aosrit rjCisn-- r, rssTiigt-AMTTgot four big, strong men, nud lifted R KT51L W & i& u 3 B?l ..i r. ss.--. n" W vs that mattress oil' uud tuck up tho planks uud let mo out, hut I was s'l'iie so, that mi chist has been hurt-i- n me ever since. GREAH Laud Sakcs! I lowed tu tell you lots more I seed, but hnvo broke the pint of mi pen, nnd can't write a nother word and the rumatics is so FO,:2 YEARS bad in mi jitits that 1 can't run u Hr3 loci nil Worm Romocllos. goose down, tu git a feather fur JoluiEVERY BUTTLE GUARANTEED. athan tu make mo a pen. wiiEiti:. koi. I.H..UtiDON.T.tl lJtl. iO,,ST.ll)lH. " .WryM.CTw-1..,.J'Yours, til death, Nancy Jani: Jo.viis. I Attorney at Lm nii-- l Smitli, I Attorneys at Law. Hurt-for- Perry Westerfield Attorney at Law, 111 - HFLosiZXe, vin-M- ly KarMoi-dI n Ky. ' kuock-compan- ied i DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, 1 Sons of "Veterans. ar-ful- ly, ), . at t 1 1 muyiaiiBWdui mm wi VNITE'8 20 n VEfiMIFUSE rviTi TIIK To tlio Farmers first-cla- s Who wish to purchase corn and fcrtilicr Drills nnd thcDccr iug Mowing .Machine uud Hay-niKtho best on market, can do no bet F. W. Yi:ii it, ter thnn cull on, Hartford, Ky, o re 'iin Mniilli. WHY WII.I, YOUi'oiuh ht n Hhlloli'a I'uo .'J III ul" liiiiiiiilnilorillir. 1'rliolu ct lllllomiicva, tnlo 's It cures qulc! ly. Wcnknciu. FO Malaria. l.l.O'II, iliKCSllou is. and mo.v jmti'K' Kor salo b ths Einuhid. ull Jealeri Holdly. WiijiirUrlllliiA Urn. "IIAei.MKTAVK," IHTfiuuc I'rion i nml llro. Wnyncdrlllln n I minx nml trnijrin w trim Hold lij '., Nllll.Oir.S.'iiiiinlllnuiuedliilol) ivllcic croup uhnojilux lOllull. Illld hrnlu llllii, W)iii ililillu t tiro. Hull ' li)', ' ' flPlUM auBH,uR. uuicstunaatoau nnclWblsksyHlbtU cured at liuuie with outialii. lkwkolpar. tlriilimsent tJla.K, lLM.WOOI.LhV.M. Hartford Republican runr-isiiKi- nml confidently expect ti.e most THE INSTITUTE. A Largo Nuinbor of Touchers EE PvJMJfflTllsl J&J HaiidincIU'wi, July 2otli. Mil A meeting of tho Democratic ComJlll..lr..lj k'lUlli I cm i'IIHUI f it ri., oh WK,fcn)M t illllll Imm I llllinwi Prosont and an Interof.Iityi:u-ttti- ) Kit "Mict ryu S if, mittee for the Ninth Judicial District, vwry known mueih, liuinontf u lurunltuncu j esting Sossion. HOMESTEAD. II. lt(MJi:i(S, . I.'.tllor Kinl l'roirlolor. JO. of two j earn MutiilltiK, inun u jenr old II 14', wai held at this place on the l!)th, inst. The Jlcrald seems to be greatly aguiiu lurt'OHjipiiviiuuimui It was decided to hold a primary elecitated about the lomcetcud Strike Ohio County Teachers' Insti? 1892. The F1UDAY, JULY !), QUINN'S OINTMENT. tion through tho District on August and intimates that under the McKin-le- y tnto convened in College Hall, July ItlntliobcittTCmratloiiI liaecvcriiieil or heard j the 2!)th to select candidnte for tho Hill the wages of these strikers, 25, 1802, and wns called to order by in. 1 iii'iiriuy rt'cuiiiiueuii u lutui iiorii'iuon. JudgeJiiip and for Commonwealth's according to Republican doctrine, Supt. Jo. H. Rogers. 11V Am e liumlmlictueh tcitimonialt. The opening Attorney. Judge Murray, who had should be increased. Tlio Jlcrald song"To the Work,'' was rendered by pi'rliiilllr. AiUour JriUBl-- l lurlt. IMio nTTnufS roit imaii)i:sT, iil.buiilu rl .1. Li. announced himself as a candidate for HmTVitjTBitlBMAIlK. is mistaken in this as the Republican tho choir, with Mr, Foster as leader, i'J, .V. Y. W.M.I :i)I)Y - CO., Will BENJAMIN 1IAKKIS0N, xJTJyf has with drawn, leaving two Judge, 1111.'. MM'UI. ItlltK.IMMIIII.il party says the higher tho duty on mid Mies Ycrda Duke ns organist. Of Indiana, 'candidates in the field Vi..:T. R. Mc- protected industries tho higher the Religious services were conducted by Beath nud James Montgomery, of 5 wages for the workman in those in- Z. O. King. xok vicr. riti:iinr.NT, Elizabethtown. V.G.Babbagc.ofthis 11. dustries. Tho McKinley Rill rcduc Rogers wns unanimously Jo. WIHTELAW KEII), .n E.u.n.u ig;i:B.i c i n a z ttm fi'c 3:11m .. r place, has announced himself usn caned the tarilfon the product of the elected Chairman, Miss Lucy Town iT . .3 Of New York. Pay didate tor Attorney. His opponents Homestead Mills and we are only sur- send, Secretary and G.T. Tinslcy As.. II,. ,., !..,.. ll,.,f .. Kill.. uiiuii f... .1 arc II. T. Kendall and Weed S. Cbelf, 11i rnTV prised that the owners have not re- sistant Sccictnry. Prot. Lytic being fiww. j.vini t' t wii i.iiiri. ..iiiij 1111 u I. ....1. iiiii.uii'i'rni hi i.l....-- i A... u at roit HiiniiiFP, filing .U13JW1 nil 111 1! .1.... 11 uiu'ii l.lbU'HS oil 1111 uiui ...'.. of Elizabethtown. "" duced the wnges of the workmen ac- nbscut, Prof. Win. Foster kindly con ?flr lungs and f.ir too often run Into Consumption and 4KT CLAYTON L. WOODWAKD. On Saturday July the 2:lrd tho cordingly long before this. L'mii in in.uiif iiiiuiu Fuiieriiig irom Asiiuna, The scnted to deliver the welcome address. Dronehlti, l'lieumonu ami Consumption wnl all town was in possession of the People's JJerald also intimates that it was right Mr. Shultz being connected with the l'OR CIIICUIT COUltT CI.KIIK, It'll juu nut Paity. A call bad been issued for for tho Russian Jew Anarchist to college for the coming year, Mr. F. SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. "IT STARTED WITH A COLD. the party to meet in Mass Convention shoot II. C. Frick, manager of Home- M. Potty consented to make tho rey' Can you afford to neglect it? Can you trile on that day to select couiity candiCounty Convention toniorrow stead Mills and a large stockholder in sponse in the place of Mr. Shultz. vTmhHHIH9K a wan bo vvnoui a mailer r Are you nwaro intt dates. They came from far and near. Miss Maggie Williams and Messrs. several other steel plants, simply beweek. In the evening they met in the Court-Hous- e cause he is very wealthy and is said Taylor, Rhoads, Shultz, King, Li for CourIis, Colds and Consumption h beyond question tho preateut of all Ohio county litis the bent Institute by his enemies to have an annual inand nominated W. T. Cannon kens and Hawkins discussed rending 'Modem Heiuedies? It will stonn Coiiirhliumi niulit. It will ,0i,.,.L- nrvi,i t in this cnil of the State. jaday. It will prorent Croup, nlteo Ailluna nmreiiroCoiisumiition if taVen for Sherill'and Milton Coke for Clerk. come of 82,000,000. It says also that in a very inteiesting and instructive ! in time, " You enn't ntrord to bo without it." A 25 cent hnttlo mar mvc tou A great many wore limning badge? !S100 in Doctor's bills mav hivo vour lifi F. M. Petty's Rendition of Ask 011r ilniL-L-for ft. .,r .i(. l'oidONKl) ice cream caused tlio tho workmen nt Homestead have manner. 1 'to W. II. Hookkii & Co., Jil W'rst lro.i- - unv, ;.'oi- - York, for Ixxik. of red and blue ribbon on the lapel of Yet Cardinal Woolscy was highly enjoyMiss Fannie Snilninn, near nothing in eight but starvation. death of a 1 r: : a k a j BJ l I. their coats. This is a great scheme. upon investigation it is found to be ed. Mr. C. M. Crowe and Miss Sal-ly- e Covington, hut Monday. You may talk and talk to some men Coleman were elected Editor and a fact that these workmen have on the question of tarill' and thei-ilveEditor of the Institute Tin: prosecution of thcMitchell ease been receiving for their labor, from question and never be able to biing at Memphis is believed to he knocked $W to $1", per month, that many Hustler. him to take a Republican or any other John 11. Wilson's talk on Spelling out. The defence closed its tcstimo-n- of them arc worth from810,000toS20,- 000 and that more workingmen in the wns rich in wit and wisdom. view of these questions. A badge of He was with a large array of expert evired and blue ribbon, however, would borough of Homestead, Pennsylvania, followed by Prof. Hawkins in in dence. strike him hard. The People's Party own their homes than in nil Free' able talk. Tin: h'it number of Fetters South- Trade England. Only a few days will in all probability catch many The Institute highly enjoyed the ern Mtwzinc, published in Louis ago one of these strikers took paid up music by Miss Corinne Cox. vote by the badge huinci. A meet-in- ? vilie, has nppearcd and is a paper of stock to tho amount of $'J2,fl00 with a e of the Republic.in County "What Education Means" was hanbeauty of execution and deserves a syndicate who propose to lend money dled in a masterly manner by A, Lee was held on the same day. It long life. was decided to call u Convention for and take mortgages on farm property Bennett. It was moved and carried the 20th, day of AugiK to nominate in the west. We only mention this to hold the future sessions of the InC.ii.iroitNi.i Republicans met at county candidates. On tin day our to think stitute, after the night session, at the Sacramento and indorsed the Min- because the Jferald Sheriff and Circuit Court Cierk will Myers, these strikers nre bound to starve, Court House. neapolis Platform. Chairman be named, Saturday night a rousing Monday night an audience of teach of the State Central Cominittc, called while in fact they are, with the backHarri-o- n B"El?filr and Reid club was organing of their Association, the richest ers and visitors g.itherd nt College the Convention to order. i.r-- j v......: e.. 1. 1:...., ....i.. ized and sixty-nin- e members were enand most independent set of work- ir..ii &..... .ui.--i ...muni; ..'fiaitiiuu s sum 11. F. Jl.vu.v.uf ingmen the world hns ever known. I wn highly enjoyed, as this sweet rolled as a starter. We will have fully e hundred at the next regular meet- Franklin county, fcliot his wife a few While we regret that there has been singer's pieces always arc, He a disagreement among the workmen ing of the club. Mr. V. R. Rurtou Prof. Carothers, who came in the days ago, nnd k now in jail. deliveied an addri.-.-. What he left had been drinking heavily for several nud managers of the Homestead place of McIIcury Rhoads, delivered of the Democratic party isn't worth days, and partial insanity was the Mills, yet we are glad that we live in nn elegant and nble address. The yv.u; J.i-- a 9RVAMT & STRATTOM BHSIMPSS CfiLLf Bt .... mentioning. Mr Clayton Heard was WtlsC. J America, a country where workmen quartet liv .Mesrs. I'osteis, I Iiomns , . .X&Ji4LifiiJJuai LOUISVILLE, KY. made Chairman of the club and Mr. can accumulate something and assert and Render was very beautiful. The Tin: average duty on imports unFrank Haswell Secretary. their rights. If they were wretched, audience then adjourned after a very der the McKinley Rill during the poor, and starving as the Jlcrald pleasant evening. resolution The following was past year was a little less than 21 per Tuesday's session opened in the adopted: Rioi.vr.n, That it is the they would be forced to accent, which is much less than that cept the terms of the Homestead Mill Court House, and Mi- - Maggie Will- sense of this club that the Party put THURSDAY, proposed by the Mills Rill, and is the oweners, but such is not the case. lams delivered a very able address 011 The Institute was treated to some out Candidates for the county offices. lowest we have had sinic the Free The Ilardinburg precinct is in If they had been receiving only the Composition. She was followed by , Kood music by the choir, after which Trade period or Walker tariff, when wnges of Tree Trade England they J. ii. Wilson in a lew appropriate We have strong clubs nt RcvjuW. S. Stewart conducted relig' Ji.'.ilirJj the nvcrage duty amounted to nearly could never have asserted their inde- remarks ami by Prof. Carothers, who ions exercises. llardinsburg and West View. 10" pcrcent.onall imports. Prof. Z. O. King The club nt West View, now has pendence, but would be forced to take gave a fine talk. I. S. Mason opened the discussion twenty-sevemembers. There is nls what wages the Mill owners offered also made a very appropriate talk. on History in 11 very able talk, fol.Mi5-- t M.uiAinrr Nam. has been seProf. Carothers heaitily endorsed lowed by L. L. Stewart in n charac-teiisti- c a good working elubat Taul's School-housor starve. Iluirah, for protected cured as music teacher in Hartford Rom.v Hood. America, the country wheie every Miss Williams' talk on Composition. speech, which was highly en- College for the coining school year. has the Iibeity of speaking Said the teaching of Composition joyed. Prof. A. Lee Rowegave man To Our Subscribers. She - one of the finest musicians in what he thinks and where a workman needs systematizing. .Miss W imams interesting talk on his method Tho special announcement which in Louisville the State, and is now was requested to reduced her thoughts teaching. may own his home. appeared in our column some time making still more thorough preparaThe recitation by Miss Annie Allen since, annouueini,' aspeei.il arrangeIt is generally known that Carne- to writing and have them published tion under the teaching of the best for the benefit of teachers. Miss Da-n- was beautiful indeed, and well ten- ment with Dr. M. .1. Kendall Co., We predict for gie, one of the stockholders of the talent in the city. of Kno-bur- j,' Falls, Vt., publi-he- rs Carter endorsed the methods of dered. Homestead Mills, is n Republican in her marked success. of '"A Treati-- o on tho Ilorso and His Miss Rosa Thomas delivered a very Disease-,polities and believes in Protection and the teaehers who pieceded her. Prot. " whereby our high wages, but the manager of Hawkins made a few good remarks, sweet solo, which all enjoyed. Judge wero enabled to obtain a copy of Pnor. R. H. C.uioriiiats, who is followed by Prof. King, who einphn-size- E. D. Wulker delivered a very able that valuable work free of charge b conducting tho Institute, is an able these Mills is II. C. Frick, who is a some remarks of Prof. Carothero. address, which was heartily applaudsundini; their address to 15. .1. Keneducator and by his energetic labor Democrat, and who would no doubt F. M. Petty made a few remarks and ed by the Institute. a two-ce- nt The Institute dall Co. and iiu'lo-iu- ir and pleasant, social qualities has cap- if possible, reduce the wages of every i renewed extended a vote of thanks to the stamp for mailiur same, workman to starvation prices, by in- the discussion closed. tivated the whole body of teachers. Mrs. J. C. Townsend wa- made an Judge, and he will ever be welcome for a limited period. Wo trust all Words of commendation come from troducing into the country English will avail thomsflves of tho opporhonorary member. J. U.Taylor amlMiss in its sessions. all sides complimenting, not only the Free Trade, which is proposed by tunity of ohtuiniuir thi valuable Maggie Williams were elected chamYesterday afternoon and hist night's work. To u very lover of tho Ilorso Would thut the the Democratic party. man, but his work. pions for thcspelhng match, with Prof. program was interesting throughout, it is indispensable, as it treats in a educational ranks of Kentucky had Carothers as teacher. interspersed with appropriate music simple manner all of tho diseases more such men as Prof. Carothers. I GOFP'S CROSSING. I. iw:ui;-- 5. .uyers was mime and other exeiei-e- s. iesiie pro. which afflict tho noble animal. Rusincss seems to be dull nt this Its phouomoual s.ilo throughout Dealer in Horses, an honorary member. Win. Foster gram promises to be highly entertainMuysrios. Cnrn.ijri.-- , li.md drtx, Owonnboro Wagons. HomeII. C.Fuick, manager of the place since the hot weather basset in. tho United States and t'anad , opened the discussion of Words and ing. stead Mills, was at attacked by a makes itstaudard authority. Mention The Public School began at Spring Saiidh- - or Hmiiovi Horses fnralo or biro at all tinics.- '' Idioms. Prof. Hawkins took issue Russian Jew Anarchist, named Rerg-mathis paper when sendin'' for l,Tron- tLick Monday, July 25. It is being with Prof. Foster. Recitation, "Little isy." last Saturday evening and was taught by Miss Fannie Sandbatch. Wm. McKinloyClub of Ohio Christies' Lettei to Jesus," by Miss shot twice in the neck and cut in the County Located at It is said that the Wheelers of this side. Latest news says Frick will re- place are dead have been killed by M.ibcl Hocker, was good. Taylor Mines. Stitsment lis Twentieth NOON. cover. The strikers will at Home- their own leaders. The last meeting was one of enthuor Tin: Miss Coleman read an interesting stead denounce this act of Bergman, siasm, as speeches were made by Col. There was a barbecue at Haven's essay, it. it. Larotliers opened the J. S. R. Wedding, II. Davis, S. T. and have no sympathy for such class Store, ulso one at Spring Lick SaturProf. Ca N OF of citizens, who should never be al- day, July 2.'j. They were not very discussion of Grammar. Stevens and Silas L. Stevens. ' asked a great many ques3D0ES THE FINEiT AND CHEAPEST- -lowed to land 011 American soil, where largely attended on account of the rothers was First speech by Col. Wedding was A I I In- - 'lut- ol Illlslucss, tions by the teachers and he was alhone-- t toil receives honest wages. interesting throughout, and we preII), ISIIJ, warm weather. ways quick to answer, giving a correct dict thut ere many years he will be W. T. Gibson's family and Lewis RKSOURCKS. idea and making it so plain that anvs Tin: of the Institute is in Evans will start ; Sumner county, one of Kentucky's best orators, and it Rills discounted 8")1),.'M 7.0!) E. K. one could understand him. no small degree due to the ladies ami will take a better Democrat than Real estate Kan., from this place this week. .'1,000.00 Shultz took issue with Piof. Carothgentlemen, who so kindly assisted in lives in Ohio comity to stand up and Furniture nud fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Horse-shoein- g' The Institute begins at Leitchfield ers. D. II. a Godsey opposed teaching entertaining the teachers and visitof : 1,!I4 1.(57 discuss the political issues of the day Ronds August 8. Most of the schools in small children to diagram. Miss ors in the way of beautiful recitations Debts in suit C d. Wedwitli our noble speaker. of the county are now in this part Florence Morton rendered a beautiful Cashonhauditiii other b'ks 10,420.7!) and excellent music, both vocal and session. ding was honored by tho adoption of J. Solo, which was loudly applauded. Never before has instrumental. the name suggested by him and will Ri:ciw. The meeting was culled there appeared before Hartford ausoon present a banner to the Club, LIABILITIES. ABBIEVILLE. to order, and the roll win called, diences such nn aggregation of talent SUO.OOO.OO The singing school showing an attendance of i)!J tenchers upon which will be inscribed, "Win. Capital stock July 25. as has appeared this week, and it 70,708.20 taught 111 Woodward Valley Church luring the day. The Institute Hust- McKinley Club of Ohio County." Deposits must be remembered that it is home lo.O.'i W aim to be ready for the presenta- Due other Ranks ler was read by Miss Sallye Coleman. Dividend 4 per el. declared 1,200.00 talent all belonging to Hartford and by Wade TL'henor is largely attendtion speech from Col. Wedding about is being manis Fund to pny taxes Dr. Alexander introduced Writ22.1.00 Ohio county. Space forbids special ed, and much interest when we will have, Profit nnd loss fested, .1,fi81.84 ten Arithmetic, and made a splendid the last of August, mention, but all did well. if he accepts, Hon. G. W. Long, of Another ice cream supper was giv- talk. Many of the teachers took Wc predict for Leitchfield, with us. Oni: of the many institutions of en by the managers for the benefit of part in tho discussion and the after Col. Wedding a place among the Hartford that merit the united sup- the new Methodist Church near here, uoon was a very interesting session. M- I, S. K. Cox, swear tho above to trod, upon KenA motion was made and carried best orators that ever port of, not only her citizens, but the at Newville, Saturday night. r. . be correct. . 1, ns ho resembles Col. (res???-''II. M. Asliby, wife nud two little that any teacher refusing to spell nt tucky's soil, an. citizens of the whole county istheUhio o. K, Cox, Pimsinr-NT-. Ktm'MfeiAi!?iG,Tl A. M. Swope, who was one among County Fair Company. This organi- sons, accompanied Miss Minnie Ash-b- y the spelling match should be fined o ROOMY, the best orators of the United States, Sworn to before me? this June .10, homo and remained for a weeks cents. Motion mudo and carried to zation has labored for years to main181)2. A.T.Naij., D.C.O.C.C. we hope he will climb us high as Col. tain the reputation of the county and visiting relatives and friends in this adjourn, nind after Critic's report the Swope did, ami bo received by everyInstitute adjourned to meet at the l A dividend of $4,00 our county town among those sur- community. body like Swope. On returning from the ice cream night per share was this day declared, payrounding us, and right well have they Next was a short speech by II. able on nnd after July 5, 1802. Xitiiir. The meeting was called A County Fair is the supper nt Newvillo la- -t Saturday succeeded. Davis, which was appreciated by tl.e After u most powerful incentive to material night, Willis Hcfliu and Miss Katie to order by the Chairman. w. tTmckenney, in a buggy coining along song by the Choral Club, the chain, Club. development known to modern civil- Pirtle were S. T. Stevens, our next Circuit 1 dflM-SKLArS- i: ization permeating with its enlivening tho road, which is almost impassable, pions for tho spelling match organizCourt Clerk, was called for nml renear George Hudson's; the buggy ran ed their forces for the contest. The vainllucuce every depaitmcnt 0 our fur catalogue of sponded in a few words of thanks for cur full Hue of two aud BEAVER DAM, KY. ried industrial system, touching alike, over a stump and turned over. This interest was very great, and tho confotir.wliick'.l wurL. the call. YITill be in his office from the first the home, the farm and the work- frightened the horse and it ran away. test resulted in victory for Miss WillSilas L. Stevens was called by tho TT to the lfith of each month Of- GltAIA. s Mr. Randall iams. A duct by shop, encouraging them in the develfico over Rank. All work gunran- - D. M. and Miss Corinne Cox wns an in Club nud responded by an interestopment of their several arts that each teed. Prices reasonable. ing little speech. foresting feature of the evening. Tlio may produce results calculated to imRepublican Convention. Wc eiiu boast of having over one prove the condition of mankind, both The Republicans' of Ohio county Chairman then dismissed tho Instihundred mimes enrolled us members us regards the highest perfection of arc called to meet in Mass Conven- tute, to meet Wednesday nt 9 a. in. The Institute convened in Court of our Club nml more to follow. tion in the Court House in Hartford t the necessities of life, and the Hon. G. W. Long, of Leitchfield, After lookin theBuggy Marpossession of the beauties and Saturday, August (ith at 1 o'clock, Houso Wednesday, July 27th, at 0 has been written, nnd wo hope to kets over we have purchasluxuries attainable in a regulated for the purpose of selecting delegntes a. 111. After music by the choir,Rcv. IJKTTKU KNOWN AH THE It is the part of to the Fourth Congressional District G. J. Reati led the Institute in a very have him with us soon. E. P. Nenl, ed a New Line of Buggies and order of society. Elizabeth-towable, earnest and impressive prayer. of Prentis,has been written nndnsked Spring Wagons which we conevery gooiVcitien to assist this organ- Convention, which meets at V .l August the l.'lth, and to trans- After another song by tho choir, the to make our Club a speech on Augization of our energetic business men fidently reccommend for their ust Uth. J. L. Rowi:, Sec'y. in thus offering such an incentive act such other business as may legally inimitablo Philipps band rendered STYLE and DURABILITY, as The some excellent music, ami a motion Never beforo have come beforo tho Convention. to advancement. Newly Furnished. Rates $ 1.00 per day. 4- 1- Meals 25c. well as cheapness. Call and wns mndo and carried thnt a vote of For Sale! such strong ellbrts been put forth Republicans of the county arc educat.hast Hilo rrcdenca, between Main nud tho ltivcr, Owensboro, Ky, thank be tendered tho band for their A house and half acre lot, in the see them. T. for 11 successful Fair as have already ed to attend. excellent music. MJIS. UllAS. UOJiT, MJIS. C. IS. W'I.rlfJJJVGJrJMiPropa, Northern part of Hartford. Address, Wood Tinm.iiy, Ch'in'ii. will here after bo put forth been and & J, D. Hocker was appointed Critic J. E. Cokni:i.uw. Jo, R, Rodiuts, Sec'y. for tho coming Fnirin September, ) i:vi:itv rutiiAY mohninq. company. Hero's to u big Fair. Republican Ticket tc y J j Tho continuation of the Arithmetic wns then opened by Dr. Alexander, and assisted by tho tenchers; ho made tho subject very interesting. Kecksh, The meeting was called to order, and the discussion of was opened by G.VY. Miller, and continued by Lodford Tinman, F. M. Petty, J. B. Wilson, J. I. Leach, G. S. Fitzhugh, J. L. Elmore, E. K. Shultz and R. II. Carothers. Motion made and carried that this subject be continued after dinner, and that wc now adjourn until 1:!10. NOON. Tlio meeting was called to order and roll called. The discussion of Penmanship was dropped. Dr. Alexander was not present to deliver an address. Geography was then introduced by Miss Townsend. She was requested to have her article published. Prof. Cnrotheis made eonio good remains, afterwaids taking up Mental Arithmetic, thoroughly discussing it. Alva Jones thoroughly discussed History, and the subject was postponed until next day. Comic Declamation by U. O. B.irnett was enjoyed bv all. Rix-ixs- . Vocal Soio by Mis Bessie Nave and n Vocal Duett by Misses Catc and Coleman were highly enjoyed. Prot. Cnrotheis made a talk on the importance of a County Exposition. W. G. Stewart and Miss Maggie Williams made talks on this subject, and it was decided to hold the Exposition at tho next meeting of the Institute. Jo. B. Rogers was elected President; .Miss Gibson, Miss Lucy Townsend, Secretary; W. G. Stewart, Tieasuier. The Chairman appointed the following Committee on Rules and Regulations: Jno.B. Wilson, Maggie "Williams, A. Lee Bennett, EvaPirtle and R. 11. Carothers. "Hie Institute Hustler'' was read byC. M. Crowe, and was very good indeed. NmiiT. The music in charge of Mrs. Spalding was good. Messrs. Walker and Collins' solo was highly enjoyed. .MissAimie Jackson gave two splendid iccitations. The debate between Messrs. Godsey and Petty was very interesting. The result was nearly a tie. The Phillipps band was cheered to the echo. discussion of Written for tho day. Politics in Brockonridgo County. 01 i;l37nf ",,""",,",, iiiiiiiiiMitiiimiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiliii JAY-EYE-ST wflk .' rtl iv ( & 1 .V- 1 unuaucsa'jn -- a-- 1 r. ri.-"ift.NLa- lv.ViW' k WM J Yd IWH73 .,".. DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY - 11 r Clin-mitle- fn Wftl6Mf Simited: '.MiSlriiai & h Field. 'L Jivery table. oat-ne- st. . YEHICLES, CARTS. n ia sitb-cribo- d - T T 1 s ;-- n, al T - t.-- BLACKSMITHING. specialty. A large stock best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J.I). WILLIAMS. Bkavku Dam, I(y. Oil! Phaeton &. scmi-aiinun- scs-io- LIGHT. ELEGANT.- m DENTISTS Col-liti- Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, New Buggies. coin.-pletes- n PALMER HOUSE. W-- ' "iC. 1 Hocker Co. A- - FAIR BROS. A CO. Fuirllros. it Co. will fell tho school teachers goods cheap school orders nt par. nnd take their PERSONAL Archie Cum hus returned from Grayson county. B. L. Field, Chicago, came in Monday to spend the week. Miss Elua Garrett, Princeton, U visiting Miss Adah B.iird, George F. Long, of Riifsellville, is expected in town Miss Kiln Lunn, Louisville, is the guest of Miss Elvn Mm ton. Mrs. Maggie Booth, Owensboro, is visiting Mrs. Sulbu Htirdwick. Miss Kate Urigsby, Pctcrsville Ind., is visiting Mil's Liz.io Moore. Miss Mary Coffee, HniHonsville Ky., is visiting Mist Emma Fair. Dr. L, T. Cox and daughter, Mis Ada, Beda, were in town Wednosduy. Harry MoFeiran, the advance Agent of .WeFerran it Kellogg, is in town. Presiding Eldcr,.I..W.Lnwsoii spent the first of the week with Rev. E. E. Pute. Mrs. W. A. Wicklilf, Greenville, came Monday to visit Mrs. Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Doc Render, who has been living in Texas for some lime, is at home for a month. Richard O. Noel, Whitcsvillc, is visiting the family of R. A. Anderson Kilulerhook. J. E. Fugle, wife and children, Annie and McDowell, have icturncd from a visit to Middlcshurgh, Ky. Miss Julia Honcood, one of Union county's mint estimable young Indie-"- , is visiting Mrs. Jo. Foster, Kinder-hook. SUMMER To unload STOCK Tho largest IceCrenm supper of the season will bo given at Ileda, Satur- day iiight.Augiist l.'lth. Mrs. J. W. Mnrks, of Louisville, is having n force of men at work, beautifying her summer house nt IJedu. at COST. at some price: We do not say this merely to ge you in our house, but actually have marked all our Summer Goods at exactly their COST in order to make room for our Large Fall Purchase. By having the largest line of Spring Fabrics carried in Hartford this season we, of course, necessarily have some of the left, which from this date are going l- Dr. L. T. Cox, of Beda, lin purchased property nt Stanley's Station nnd will move about tho first of October. .Miss Mnttic Taylor Messrs ami Elvis Stevens and .1. D. Ilockcr, of tho Liberty Neighborhood, suffered slihgt sumlroke on last Monday. We have a nice line of white and ctlorcd Table Linens, Napkins, &c, that we arc selling cheap. Sama & Mi:. 1 Tho following Teachers and friends of education, who aro nttondiii" tho Instituto, aro registered at tho Com mercial Hotel: Z. O. King, La- -j grange; I). II. Godsoy, L. W. God- -' suy, Miruvu: .loiiu is. Tuyl r, .Miss Pearl Miller anil (Mara Miller, Prentice; Misses Essa Davidson, Sallio Davidson, Nettio Rogers, Ilnrteneo Rogers, Cromwell; Thos. F, Johnson, .1.11, f. each, Sulphur Springs; S. ('. Steven, Muivur Dam; A. I.eo Bennett, Cenlerlown; J. P. Slovens nnd MiVs Mnggiu Stevens, Ilortou; Miss Eva Pirtlo, Hartford; Henry Griffin, city; J. W. Potty and Miss Anna Potty. Shr.n-e- ; W. II. Miller, II. II. DavN, II. 1). Culdwoll, Dr. Alva Jonus and W. ( Gray, Furdtville; E. L. Myers, Sulphur Springi; Wood Tiusley, Beda; MiVes Sara Ueavorin sod Georgia Iieaveriu, (kmuip; Pi of. R. II. Carotliors, Louisville; Geo. ANDKI8SONS IZAZAAH. the excessive heat demnnds cool thin Goods, Low Cut Shoes, &c, Ave take this means of advising the good people of Ohio P As P- (D K Hi 0 p III Phillipps Owouolmro; S. ('.Slovens, Fine mulls reduced from " " Crepons l'inc! npplo and canton cloth Vent ginghuuiH reduced from " " " Striped linen " " Brown linen " "Prints " Cottonade "India " " " " " lfc Ilov. C. I). Colotuan will pru.ich nt -i 10c to 8c Taylor Sclmolhoiisc, one nn ono-lia- lf P-miles Ivmt of Hartford tho to 10c Jc 10c to 8Ac lirtt Sunday in August. I'roarhing Tctofjc nt 8 p. in. ".OotolfSc The Commercial keeps no hired '20c to lfie emissaries to drum up its custom. The 25c to 20c accommodation offered is superior and to 10c to 12Ac Underwear. Millinery, MitU, Fans, Umbrellas, White good, llibbona, &c. Also oiler you big bargains in Ladies nnd CJentn Lacea, we can't keep our boarders from vertising us. ad- 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. The Republicans of Centortown precinct will meet at Centertowm toChild rem slippcra 2 to 50c morrow night, for the purpose of or(iOc ganizing n Harrison and Rcid Club. Children ulipporfl ti to 8 75c Let all turn out. 8 to 12 Mini .ilipicr 12 to 2 UiMM slipper 8K Tho Institute) ball flub defeated Ijidicn toe flippers 50c tho llnrtford olub Tuesday evening 85c bv a scow of i to 2, aud tho HartIdie oxford ties (worth $1.00) 95c Ladif oxford tie (worth $1 ,2.) ford's retaliated Wednosduy evening 1 . J Ladle oxford ties (worth 81.75). by a score of IT) to 8. Ask to aT We have n Largo Line of these Koodsthat must be closed. Millinery is selling below cost ut wc them. the Bazaar. Why? Because our seas on is over and we must close out in order to make room for our full good. Hot weather w now in full blast, but our stock in Summer Coats is Saiia & Mi:. We have reduced tho price on every article Jarjje and we must unload. 75u will buy a mco cool Coat. Will tho young gentlemen that broke open our shop last Sunday and took a bunch of keys please bring them back and throw them through the window. We know who yon nre SLIPPEES. W. F. Tatiim, .1. II. Loach, J. M. Grant, R. II. StoveiH, .1. J. I.ench, (!. P. J.uni'M, .1. L. Taylor, J. 1$. Taylor, II.. I. Slovens, Thomas I lines, W. T. Blown; (t.S Fithugh, Owensboro; W. E. I Solid1, Glasgow; Miss Lucy Townsoiid; I). IS. Rim ids, V. V. Parrot t, Fred Taylor, lSuavor Dam; John W. Palmer, Mace Lynx, Cincinnati; John Harvey, Madisnn-vill- o; Mrs. Lee Booth, Owensboro; R.T.I lor, Rockport; J. D. Bycrs, J. If. I. each, L. L. Stewart, Cromwell; E. L. Myets, Point Pleasant; Mrs. Julia Wedding, Rositiu. County where is the best place to find them. Our Line of (I) Mulls, Lawns, Dotted Swisses is K complete, and you can get a cool (I) O nice Dress from us for little money. We give below a few of our leading prices and invite you to call and see our Goods: SUMMKK DimSS Nice Mull, woitli 20c only I H)OI)S. I fa) u P P H " " " l.'ic " lie. " Dark .Mull worth L'Oe only " Lawn worth 7c only le. " (.'ill ico ' " " Tic. ' fie. p p ". Hordcicd Calico worth 7e only Ic. LADIES and MISSES SHOES. H Ladies Kid Oxford worth 82.00 only Sl.7."i. ' 1.7") ' LAO. " " " " l.r.O " l:.1). Mies Kid Oxford Spring Heel worth S1.7r only 81..10. " 1.15. L50 " Andernn'ij Kid Oxford only 1.00. Wo nlno hnvon full Lino of Ladies Nice Kid Uutton Siloes we nre fcllui,' cheap. Weni-forcvcr W. T. Rolph, manager of R. (I. Dunn and Co., Louisville, spent Sat urday and Sunday with J. J. Melt,,.,;... Mrs. James L. Fnizior, "of Wads-wortNov., and mother, Mrs. Robertson, Louisville, iinivod in town yesterday nnd nre visiting Mrs. Jennie h foeTsalei I A lot of lumber, ...... cheap. Call on C. L. llAitmviCK. I -- MEN'S SUMMER CLOTHING. .Mclienry. Miss Sue Ellen Spalding, Morgan-fiel- d; Miss Daisy Tallcy, Xenialnd., who have been visiting Mi"s Isabelle Mclienry for the pa-- t ten days, returned to their homes this week. The Commercial Hotel, I heard them say, Is the best place in town to stay. The food is line, the girls polite, In fact, the hou-- e is "out of sight." Give it a call for a splendid meal, A quarter is the price, And' be assured at home you feel, There is everything on ice. Hannv and content is a homo v. ith "The Ro chester ; a lamp with tho light of the morninp. Catalogues, wnte KochesWr Lamp Co., ciew York. BROWN'S IR0S BITTERS 1 Fiwiikla, Mala, rla, XerrnutiicH. mid fieneral Debility, l'hjsl-ciai- u recoramei.il It. Allilcul'.m hell It. G'enulna ban tra Jo mark unil cruuel red lln-j- i un u rapper. Our repulntion in this Lino is to well citnblUhcd to need any remarks from us. All wo will gay is, ns the seaKin is drawing ton cloe ie will sell you a hat tor less money than anyone can afford to do Give Mis Sara a call and see if she can't please you. MILLIMERY Cures Inillcestlon, HIliousmk, Tho Williams Bikm. K. D. Gully, Col. J. S. R. Wedding, Jim Smith ami M. L. Heavcrin, will address tho Harrison nnd Rcid Republican Club at Beda next WedLet nesday night, August the 3rd. everybody come out and hear them. All dcnlcrf keep It. Sl.O) per bottle. Ganulns and crossed red lines on rapper. bai trade-mar- FOR DISI'KPMA llraun'N Iran nitti'm. rhyilclam rcrominemt It. We have many things we could price but think it not necessary to do so, as we feel confident our friends will all come to see us, and we can please you. Don't forget, the place, ANDERSON'S EAZAAE, Court House. op-posi- tc C AS EBi ER Notice to Log Mon. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION I urn now ready to contract for saw-log- s aud will be in Hartford on Salo! For A good store aud residence in the Mondays and Saturdays. Will be business portion of Hartford, For glad to make prices to those who conparticulars apply to C. C. Bennett, template, cutting logs. W. II. Moom:. Hartford, Ky. fiOtf Agt. John A.Rcitz it Sons. SARA & ME: jS4S?i? znimfT!5?xf-x.ii-xmsaaL- Tho Managomont In- Of Hartford College and Biitine Last Call. The last Quarterly Meeting for this year will be held at Goshen the 30th and .'51st of this month. A great many members of the church at Hartford nre behind in their payment to the prcaehci for this year. We arc behind in paying the preacher. S o please have your balance due the preacher so we can get it by Friday evening. C.R. M.viiTi.v.Ste wards. T.S. Di-Ki- :, stitute has always been very successA new Line of white shirts and tics ful in securing the best talent in the Department of Music. The host edFurniture! at Kahu's. cultured have Trade with Fair Bro. & Co. while ucated nnd the most from time to time ably presided here in town this week. as teachers of this most important Willie Larkin.of color, died nt branch of a finished education, and Livermore Wednesday Night. the friends of the College and of MuDon't forgot tho speaking ntPron-tic- o sic in this part of the State, will be delighted to know that for tho next 1st. on August Scholastic Year, that most excellent For extra seed Irish potatoes--lut- e teacher, Miss Margaret Nail, will go to Willinnic, Bros. tf have charge of this Department. Daniel Hicks will please accept Miss Nail has taught for a number of our thanks for some nice apples. years, and during tho summers she spends her time in thu best school of Read the "ad" of tho Beaver Dam Ward-Eobe- s Music, preparing herself the more work. Mill. They do first-clathoroughly in every branch pertainSuits,Rock-er- s Stationery of nil kinds at Z. Wayne ing to the profession she so much Griffin & Bro's. at most leasonuble loves and honors. Truly, tho College prices. is to ho congratulated in tho wie seThe Commercial is not in tho cut lection made. tiug-rat- e business. And still they The following have registered at como. lino clothing, tho Hartford Houso since WednesGo to Kahn's for your o; haw, ties. A new line of clothing day morning: W. S. Storton,Evans-villS. Fitzhugh, Owensboro; G. m just received. John Grant, West Louisville; J, M. When you trade with Sara & Mo Stognor, Centortown; S. K. Allen, you trade with the only one priced Uuford; Dr. L.T. Cox, Miss Ada house in town. Cox, Beda; Miss Annie Harbinson, A.L. Stevens, who livesti miles East Shelbyvillo; John R. Phipps, City; of Hartford, killed a largo rattlesnake flarvoy MoFerran, OwousboroiF. A. in his kitchen a few days ago. TRAINS LKiVK IIKAVKK DAM. Owen, Slaughters; John Culvortson, TRAINS OOINO WEST. 12:10 r. . No. 8. Mill nd Exirni Try our wonderful Andcrson's$1.99 Rookport; J. B. Maddox, Point .U:.v r. . Shoe. N.. 7, Llm.teJ KiprcM They are the best on enrth for Pleasant; W. J. Owens, Livia; R. TRAINS GOING KA8T. Hell, V. Boll, Buford; R.A. Ketchan, the money. 1:41 r. m. S.uu A Mk. and F.XroM No., Mll 3:U a. m No. I, MiuIImI Kipro W. P. Gray, Mclienry. , You should not fail to try our won-- Beaver Dam Roller Mills. , -- Mimll FASTI LINE . lR,a ! of the public is specially called to tho completed upon the most modern plan, improved appliances for tho manufacture of tho FINEST other Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to Mill has The attention just been fact that this with all the FLOUK and make it turn TT - ROCKPORT. Charles Glenn, Tupelo, Miss., was in town Saturday. Will Gibson, Ev.insvillc, is visiting Peter Caimes. Miss Mattie Herald paid Rosinc a visit last week, returning last Saturday. Miss Moore, Central City, and Miss Sharp, South Cnrrollton, were with us Saturday. Oscar Yates, May field, was registered at the Commercial Friday. Miss Mary Ashby spent a few days with friends this week. Adam Wnlluce went to Central City again Sunday. We wish we could persuade him that there arc many girls in Rockport, and how few the boys nre, and keep him here one Sunday. Almost all the surrounding towns were represented at the picnic. There was an ice cream uupper in town Saturday evening. Rev. J. T. Mitchell went to Louisville Wednesday. Miss Wilson, of Rosinc, is visiting relntivcs in Rockport. En si:. CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY For Dressers, or anything in the ONE I3FtIOE5 TO ALL. General Furniture Line, sec T. J. MORTON. EMI ALIKE. N.N. &M.V.R.R. mibpSSL "FRIDAY, JULY 29, Trade with Sara 1892. SPECIAL Given ATTElNTIQR Public. to the Traveling out as fine product as any Mill in the STATE. It has been thoroughly tested, having been run nlmwt every day since its completion nnd a portion of the time at night to keep up with its oiders. Its product has been sold to tho best, most scriitiuuing nnd particular trade of the country, and it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best bakers and many of the very best cooks of the county that it makes the best flour thoy over used. For the benefit, convenience and protection of the fanner has- - this Mill been built, and to him will it look for its support. With proper care Ohio County can produce as good wheat as any.and this Mill intends to seo that her farmers get tho benefit of any efforts thov put forth in this direction. The best products of this Mill shall go upon tho farmers table, and if he will favor it with his patronage nnd his influence satisfaction will be guaranteed to him. Wo hnvo now one of the very best and most experienced millers in the Green River Country, but that no pains may bo spared to give the farmer tho full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo hnvo ordered and nre expecting every day an oxpert miller sent by the builders of our Mill to stay with us during tho season. We shall certainly consider it a great favor if every farmer in tho County will call on us within tho next 00 days and get a sample of our product and our treatment. We want all tho FIRST-CLASwheat that is for wilo in the County and if you have it to spare, load it up, and wc will pay tho highest market pneo for it. CSyMill open every day except Sunday. S , BEATER DAM MILLING CO. it Me. A now Lino of drawers goods at Kahn's. New Line of fine men shoes at Kahn'i. Fair Bros. & Co'b. stock ot W hite goodi go at cost. mens bats Come and see our new Lino of at Kahn's. for nice Call on Fair Bros. & Co. Dress goods, Trimniings.ctc. Wire Screen Doors and Wiro Cloth for salo cheap at Williams Bros. tf Dou't forget the big horsu sale Tuesday, August 2. Everybody come. Fair Campaign goods of all kinds .at Bros, & Co's. at lowest prices. Don't fail to call ou Williams, Bell & Co. for school Books, Tablets, etc. Call on Casebier & Burton for con vovancei, Ac. Good teams and reliable tlrivew. For Laces, Ribbons, Silks, White and black Flouncing call on Fair Bros. & Co. Tho L. Ht. & T. have changed the date of their excursion to Old Point Comfort from August 11th to the 10. Hon. Jesse Harper, of Illinois, and m A. C. Cain, the expert barber, is J. C. Roberts, of Nashville, Tcnn., NO CREEK. markd at tho Hartford House, and is will address the pcoplo of Ohio counJuly 21th. --Thorois but little sickto give you tho best and easi- ty on tho Labor Question at Prontis, ness in this community. est shave. Also R. Ky., Monday, August 1. Miss D. V. Carson, who has been M. Gardner, of Hardin county, cantime is some in bad health for Tho N. N. A M. V. Company have didate for Congress of the Fourth better at this writing. changed tho date of their excursion to District, and Judge B. L. D. Gully Wheat threshing is over with in Old Point Comtort from August 0th will bo present and address tho peothis neighborhood, for this season. to the 10th. ple. Let everybody .como and hear iirst-clas- s Crops aro looking well. Wro. J. Ingram and Miss Florence some good speaking. Sam Cooper and family, of Now- W. G. Fulki:ksox, Recti were married at Hamilton villo, visited tho family of T. II. CarT. H. Balmain, Wcdncsday.Rev. G. J. Bean performson Sunday. A. L. Wkstkiifiklp. ed the ceremony. SI Rev. U. 1). Lashbrook wont to last week to assist Rov. The Hartford Houso givea tho Ico nt Williams Bros., at any hour, Curdsvillo W. E. Cook in a meeting. teachers a froe ico cream supper this tf. or in any quantity. Wo acknowl& evening at 4 o'clock. Little Maggio Lashbrook spoilt Ky. edge an invitation to same. last week in Daviess county, visiting tho family of Mr.Wiokliff Lashbrook. Casebier & Burton have opened ... I t Irl ...I If" TrmL tl" III mIIIIkP frrtlll flu IlIiI uflm U nf llui .I Miss Hurtiu Ward returned homo " ttiiit' tDUCK I.' niuuir nnu the summer road to Beaver Dam Itliriiiiiitiniti, liKlitfrstinn, )Mpciiiti, P''V kml n uciikw.., or other vTiINt-anitny I I I I I 'li"tnM-jvisit to her daty Saturday after a mouth's tntit will riiro )u ami Uctnjou in ltftililt. (Ilnulu ho rt'liiil kKL U Givo them a no dust, no Huushine. I III I KKi! iftJ. DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT I II I I brotbor, D. E. Ward, of Fordsvillo. call when you want transportation. 111 MM I'rlrOM. SI. lll. SI.V If Ainu Kl.i'lrl,. or- ('otiuitliliiit tutrr llii'iii, ?Ji. ,.ml nil.ri'Kiillillniiiiil.iiiiiu.imiili'nlolii.iTriMilOalur an.rur.II. rA llufuri. Shu was accompanied home by her 1!U mid Hiitlii'icnC Kliitrull) In.liiK-klliltiT) rouiMiiiil.uiiil FiraMnllcalmltkc. Writr IomIrt, carefully and accu Prescriptions brother and his family. Miss Opheihouult niriiniri', irUunml lull i.irilrulr, Aililrrni llt. Ak'iiIm Wimlfil. Dclnill, Midi. lately compounded of tho freshest lia Ward visited near Contertown aud very purest of medicines at Z. last week. .Wayne Griffin A Bro's, at nil hours Miss Maitiu Lewis, of McLean W. M. Adaiii, M'g'r. C. M. Pi:xnu:roN, Trens. RoiuutT R.vi;ciius,CIerk. day or night. county, after a two weeks visit to; her sister, Mrs. Ella Chamburliii, A fishing party composed of tho -- ' Mr. Alinu has returned homo. Smith, James Cecil iarailioaof T.J. 3fnn r & Howard and brother visited tho fam- iro broken rtoun l.omPersons Will Hays went down tho and orcrwnrkorhoiuehold RATES: $1.00 TO $2,00 PER DAY- cares Drowii'H Iron Hitters ily of John P. Foster Sunday. River yesterday and had a most ennbulldi the iiytlein, nidi illiretlop, removes rx. roit. Minimi jt:r't:itNo nt,, i.misii,i.i:, ky. Maiiv.v. joyable timo. tens of bile, mvl cure malaria. Ut llio BenuUio. pre-pate- drcus Wear-forev- er for only $1.00. Kid Oxford & Mi:. AT THE Saua A Day ot Speaking. mmm Mi mmmi Will buy the best apple tree on the Prof. Clint's Horse and Cattle powders are the best remedy known for diseases of Horses, but your horse will never need it if you have him fed at Casebier Burton's stable. et. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping apples as can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Also keeps a Don't pay two orthree prices for foreign Liverj and trees when you can get them cheaper and Feed able, whore just as good right at home. Farmers, bring yon can have jour us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK CO. Beuvor Dam, Horses Fed, and get the besl of rigs or night. -- 1. , i Leave ders with jour irn IK I I i . Jlll, BE I MT1 The - Southern Hotel, "mytjT.rrv"'1"- - Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JULY 2U, 181)2. BEAVER DAM. July 18, Eijitou 16S1. Uni'iiiiucAN. There are i few things so disgusting to a person with rt well balanced mind and correct tastes as the ignoble scramble for distinction that is seen every day to be taking place among men of not even mediocre talent and of not the remotest prospects ot ever meriting iccognition, and especially in politics the most noise is made by this class. It is a wonder some of them do not grow cars to match their voice The and habits of mind and body. word, "check," expresses it great can't deal, and cheek is often coveted, but it is doubtful if its possession does more good than harm if we take the licld at large. It is this that demands for itself rewards which arc not its deserts, while modest merit, the unfailing token of true worth will lie in quiet usefulness until noticed by sonic scrutinizing eye and brought forthjby the kind hand of Opportunity or the rougher one of Necessity and set upon the pcdotal for public iccognition and consequent approbation and true honor. True merit seldom comes in u storm, therefore, the storming that is so much in vogue at this day is not often actuated by any very unprecedented degree of brain power. The stormcr may possess, on the contrary, as empty wagons make the trustees fliould compliment tlicm-selvupon their choice. The Bliiekfonl Association will meet at this plncc August 10 and 11. Already preparations are being made for the entertainment of the many visitor thntnic expected. While this i going on the wideawake member ship have not failed to consider the improvement necessary to he made An ice about the church property. cream supper will be given Saturday evening, the proceeds will be applied to the payment of incidental expenses. Jack Smith, who lormcrlvb.iibcrcd iu Foidsville, but sold out and went to Hartford, has resumed his old trade at this pi no.. The new hotel is an elegant three It story structure of twenty moms. oppose is situated on Main Street, Wilson it Co's Mmnmoth Dry tioods Store, will accommodate about f.irty guests and adds much to the appearance of our town. T. II, Sutton, of Owcnsboro, paid his friends and relative, a living visit recently. Success to the Ui.ri'iu.u'.ix. (ii:i:i:s Hokn. es You can get the PRESIDENTIAL OAJI PA I GN OF '02. Ha rl lord Ri: publicKHAKI) INDrC'E.MENTS TO IfEVDKIJS OF an and the New York Tribune one year for 1.25, cash. Subscribe now. THE REPUBLICAN' t!'if,'iTl"' UM3SteK iTv2lk 1'V (9 'I T A M Ki '"V ' a vmsmvsrsr, &n, yr V f&VAiSLz. P--.vfWUHY f liK, wm ssr2hJjff Jii4.'jlfc'r lM --. Tax Notice! Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and been delayed in the collection for more Tho Presidential Campaign will bo tln most intensely interesting and oM'iliiitr in the history of tho 1'nite I States, mid country people will Im extremely anxious to hamuli the general nnd political news ami discussions of tho tl.iy us presented in u National Journal, iu addition to that supplied by tboir own local paper. To meet this want we h.ive fiitttivd into a contract with thu Y1U LVAfr.- l- "lMKl .1IU",,j 1 ll,M C New York WeeKly Tribune, The Leading Republican Paper of the United States, Which enables us to offur that splendid journal (regular subscription price, I.(H) per vu.tr) and THE liEIM'IW.K'AN for one year OTt... r. MlrtfclIflV'i VUHUiL r - wms for All :ii mj 17 Wm .- I L c- - DUK than GO days by the Legislature, 1 will i. For only SI. !!, dish in hi ranee. , Littlo Polks. greater Shallow-patefools noUe. arc those who arc most clamorous and d arc found putting up their standards as leaders of public opinion and public aflairs of every nature. The above is but a fair description of the Third or People's Party orators at McIIenry the 10th. They say a great deal about corruption iu each of the old parties. Will our corrupt and demoralized people become pure and clean by voting the adullaiuitc ticket? Is there virtue in the adul'a-mit- e organization? Which can take the corrupt politicians whom the old parties have refused to trust and make them not merely Immaculate but Redeemers, with all power to save We must the people from all sins. not forget Reformer and his able as -lli'oirn's Iron Jtlfters. uumlne sistant, J. U. S., who so completely THE ATHLETIC COLLEGE GIRL. lia ttailo uinrk '.! nmoi! rcvl llik on u rartvr. CENTRAL CITY, KY. thrashed Wild Bill iu their winds. All KI111N R. R. PAXON, PROPRI T(JR. Now, Mr. Reformer, you spoke of Shu njiijitball to Huntof Spurt from Tool- llouliif. Ha- - jii,t been lepaired and newly having selected a place to baptize All tho tisunl field bjwrt.s popular " an ii i s. At tho Closo of Business furnMicd. I.ncii ited close to Depot, g W . is a light job at men's colleges are also popular Bill. Selecting a place 1 Xifa April 23, 1892. with you, being born and reared in among the girl btiidents. Several of C!ootl iiieaU fir fi A'&Si 3 lunch. CJive Q E 1 N tho women's colleges liavo their the Salt River Country. A few years crows, and no one can deny that the it a trial. ago you made a special excursion up young women sue good manipulators KE.SOrKCES. said stream. You lived in the Salt of the oar. Float day nt Wellesley Notes and liilN .liM'riS.til River region so long you are diseased, is n gala day, and crowds of enthusi' :;.ooo.oo Hill U astic spectntors are on band to wit- Ileal Estate i n vor l.llic llinii.it."htliiiiiti Hint.ii ul.- i- lllrtilHll'.lIII In' M'i"'Ct l.i- - ,M,(,.,., utiiv. ..I hence those blind teeth, and that lillillil On, fi(M) Oil "will ness the regnttn. In ono of the btate Eurniture and Fixtures. . ttii il. til 'ili'l fit. .in- - ll.'li ill liter tV ii'ltf UK Hit u i i t.in.i l Hit ii mi! i till iilhtiv '"l)'fi ' .!. lllflllt' v, great burden of moss on your back, universities of the west thero is a Evpcn-'- e 1'aiil tilltl 1'ilti if. ' ' -- " II litK'tllMIIlt' .111.1 tin-Il- l i II iMIJU.if ts'lf,n li .in .11 U," and (limed vision, and corns on your cadet company ninong tho young (.'a-- li on llano and in other - i tin- cli'u nit tintriiiii in it '.Out H inir i .itli il tit . Im ill In. (! Hi.Ol Hank Ut women students, who are under the -Ulll iillwiil tint limn lii ir lil nl s. I fi-- . feet, and your understanding darkenI II., II . I'tijH) mi lit III in tin lutf IieiiI fur in nit .nl it i it li I. You same instruction and nro subjected ed. Pity you were ever born. it I I itr.H litiiilrtil" nf Ktti r limn jumiij Mill I O'T oil fi'i'n'"'rfoiitatii "S to tho same- regulations as tho regl.iKI. ' tell Bill a corn bread story, probably ular cadets. Thoy nro drilled by tho l,. Ml, iMllll'lll. lHV.IIlllll.'UilII i..!l.llil 1 MA lill.,1 Ih.--i. ,!,.,. rtin. i,i,ix,.iii'..x: it tliiri' i in hi m V urH ' to scare him, we will tell ou a story. government olticer detailed at tho Capital Stock ?2." O'JO.OO """"I li.ilm in.! ripitn.l nl. nr In r .'"int. - im' vim i.'ii ii'Hiniiiuii. military department, and are reg- Reserve hud two mh-- , the A certain man ji.) oi in ri .itiiiiiiini.i reviewed by the governor and Surplus HW'JH', llllllll ', lllll, llli.lllll. vounirest said to his father, give mc, ularly . 11. Mi staff. Iutcie-- t ami Exchange l.KiO.-flI pray you, the portion that falls to Tho high compliments they have Deposit )I,1."-1..jAccount.' me; 1 don't get as much as I ought to received from tho statu executive Due other Hanks. . . . ;joo:5:j WHEN YOU GO 10 OWENSBOHQ 1 pray you, let mc have it. body and tho attention they have athave, but, OI.I.O.N B:SfB V'M ). father gave him his portion but tracted in tho community generally, His $81,027..-,!. to say nothing of tho admiration exwtew the young man became dUsalMied cited, must lio very gratifying to the In siibinittini' th's e be-- ' tostate'f- I .. lUlli' I, ..'V J jil B sy 1(1. IKSSHtr. I has steadily grown and left his fathcr'n house, and set off fair soldiers. They huvo nil been that our K&giiK-iv.i:t,int.iij .vy 5i eaeii montli since our opening, ami for a distant country and there gave properly disciplined, and when occay mi- - carciui.uaieiiiuiiies- - ami i &, his passions the reins and lived in such sion demands will bo ready to servo a tue 'J stiict obervanee of the principles of' their country in time of need. Thero .11 e . riot that ere long his means were all aro numerous football teams and inc mo-- t conseivative JJunHiuj:, we j. l. irr scattered. He had now spent his all baseball nines managed nnd equipped hope not only to extciul our acfpiaint- - C'ffitW'l u . .' wj&jl' a great famine arose iu the country by tho women students in different unco, but to pi ove ourselves worthy ,'.v . the confidence that - boins so liberal- At parts of tho country, and their and he began to be di"tres-ed- . 1 matches show that they y iciiti-e- ii in us f . - '... ' last it went so hard with him that he aro progressing tii.-- We ate here to iiccoininodale the rapidly in their raco Tlii .llii.l Siirirs.rul was glad to ask one ot the citizens to for muscle. mil, a It li ttrulii In In ttlxtt unj ilmi but people, each and eveiy jirowf Ulotrj rar utc jiiim unit .'" .irimic hiiik, Lll.tir. If a girl has not all tho latest im- courtesy shall he extended to them, give him employment so he might get Feedtrlca St., belaicn foil ihe or ttyle. provements at hand for her athletic but in no case shall safety be sacritherea little corn bread. He was, tiia.'IT uud 4th. Kendall's Spavin Cure. bports she makt-- s tho most of what ficed for t'riend-lii- p or to obtain bu. 'lnl fore, scut into the man's iic'ds to be sho iiip.-Vas-sa- r has, particularly if sho is a Jon.v II IS.Ui.NT.s, Ciishiei. ittlk Hock, Ark., Auk--. ;c, Ma his swineherd, a sadly shameful oc1.. Il J. ICl MiAtl. Co.i girl, and lias a j,'ood timo nt any Willi the cr.nl. t ntifcll.in tlmt I cupation for n Deinrcratie Jew. Yet, rate. Who but a Vu"-a-r girl would Inron.i) mi t lint I linvrciirt- lllicfoll,iviii,'illinM'i: JOIFX IWMIOM.MH, SV fl'lll'l. INt.l.lll.l.. .111.. I. .In. I ....... .. ... ........... .........I..,,,. I.u iiuTHISPAPEO t niillti:liillinilrlplila after all he did not get his food for over have thought of using a barrel . r i. m .'imiii i.iiiiiriii'-:- , iiiii'.iiiiii, i.nturni j - -. i. .i'.irt.. Amir. .I tin' I ii.il. .mi Mttrkni. mi III,.. I.. In. H. W. AYER iisvuv Of I. i.'iiiii'tii inn ImiicumtliHt nllwlth Jwrmliiir. His new master stavo for a toaster? This idea origiwhich he bargained Ill: U. Kit IX Nunmi-uiv- . u - tho Lint l.tnlinvut for inaimr . nated ten or twelve years ago, and 'I ni'ili'jil I'ltlllS mill liiiilii'tliiniTlls, ki..itlli'i(ittiriHi'l. I m ininrmllt tunll luiri.. failed to care for him. tho practice lias been kept up Ji'wiiTs. IItmh ill ,tl luvuHnrkiNlnn m. rulunMi', I O, lutHitlKiiitMiiirl.lnliiiriitwoiiMlK'UiirllilrH. I.A11IKS He even longed to fill himself with over since. Now of course Kccillitg a tonic o. rhllilrcit tlmt vatit l.ulldlng,ur ., ... n UwOnSDOl r., JiV. ,. ., iii.ii iririiii. ii,i iniii iiTliuy mi rut n. nmi i g niiiiintii u un Ithfln. ft It I. tlu'U.t .iff tyittra i'nii .luirji til, hliinilil tnki this dovico is preferred to tho conhusks but no man gave unto him. In uiirj iruij , k. u.. LLU IlltDWAS lltlt.V IIITTKHS. tended to. "y I ventional sled, and when tho snow in lake, i lint .MuIh'Ih, liullsei-UniIlls his loneliness ami sore trouble he he Illul JllllollilH.!. All lIl'tlllMl.Cl'lllt. has a hard, slippery crust tho fair I Kendall's Spavin Cure. gan to reflect. Said he how many coaster skims down one of thoso long servants of my father have more Poughkeepsio hills so fast that it MotTo Viitii, Colo , Dec. 31, lsat. . Cii., Fxwex i tiik oi.i.i.sT iiio i ofjit iiiiii:it ins fip.u n, J.ii IfKvtuu.jiar Kuu.liuuli Fall., Vt.t bread than they can eat, while I am fnirly takes her breath away. ToO.M.i.-lI trc.itiil with Kfn.lair. tlm iiniliiii-I'irliiiilhi (Jii'i'ii ltlir i'iiiiiilr.1 In Ctiru a llniii I n uf n.ien bogganing cannot comparo with this nn utn. left to starve, He studied the matter lutK'.irlnalar.'ijiii :. Inn. en and j iiiiniiliti'lr nl tin' IiiIIimi in- - Imi iilii (iniMnil tin, I niiHii'.i nml rvinnri-i- l tlm improvised coasting as far as fun Il.ivo nrl;i'l tlm lunm, ,.ry Inrl fi.r lor liu- lli'M Ihi' itiitiillisi over and concluded to return to his goes. Let any ono who does not belio niv.r lim tliniii ixuv ti.litKr Our ilii. Ciiliini'l I'liuliiuriiiilis s'.(M) can I .tunny illiTe ri'inu In ihu.ic Itiiii'iit.Imh'Ic. uf tin father's ranch and take the place of a lieve there is any fun in it just try it p. u. cooLty. O mm. truly, 1.50 Iinlfilii. Kmmtmmmm l.lll) ' onco. Thrri servant the balance of his days. l.fin niril Ono class in a prominent New Eng7'i'frc liotllr, nr ntj I't.ttlr.i for So, in conclusion, we will say to ' Hi " tliilxj I. Ill) $.'. .titSt itrtn.ljUt Lure it nr rim tltt It land college, tho naino of which I " 10 Reformer and all his brethren they have proinit-eTnoliiiljlii'i in' n, i II trill br rnl tit iinn ml. not to divulge, had an thin in. ricrljit u'iirtrr hy tlm jirnjirlt- oni- had better return as soon as possible. (piito as much fun in coasting as Ami III vim l.t l.iilli'r. In I I I, ulii'ir CURES NOTHING BUT PIUS. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., We will take you all back on six and their Vassal- - sisters, although they llnlj K'h mi' iniiil, Cull mill sir iiii, EnostmrQli Falls, Vcrmf ? (.l.ftltt.i: W.j.llAIIIIS, used an entirely different device. In A twelve months trial am! give you a SURE and CERTAIN CURE alo.tliilll Slrri'l, placo of tho barrel staves, which aro !;nown for IS years as tho BEST to sustain life. little corn bread Cvrsaa'ec::, r. not always so t'iiy to obtain after FIEMEDY FOR P. S. Mr. Reformer, wo have the all. tho New England collegians used rnilird Ii, 1,11 It lllliW.Tit I Oil PILES.I Ul 13. II. t ll ST Government Mills rented this year tho homely dustpans. Tho sly creaEAKAND UNDEVELOPED and are able to rent tticm i years tures only coasted during the evenI' lllllll v;: I'l'IHIil S7S.00 to S2SO.0O ings, aftor gymnasium hours, when Orvaiti fitretiirthfiicil and enlanrcd. nml.. more, so bring on your grist. lloni itnpiniJ, Lout Slunliuod Iti'Nlnrcil, pri ri'iii'ilHliui.in tiimi-- nlinrHi tiii'l xiu') It, ti thoy would slip into their rooms, conlurlcixcli', Mi'alt Lutk,lo,s of mimory, illzltiikf Wii.i Un.irt Fi:ii:ni. Mlii'li thin In tin ut Sjilli' lllnlili ceal tho dustpans under their ulsters, lcrvou.in.'s, wenknew ftinil liy the INnt j iiln. Aim tiKiimiia tnij Im irnlit.ilil) ily Ilfiuii'illpH. f 1.(0 per lo; flxlm.tikli slip out again to their favorito placo I'lOO. A written ctianititcu of euro with nn in I'inii. mi, I eitifH. II, I'. JOII.N'SO.V .V FORDSVILLE. Ix linxei. of resort and slide uway to their uninti Inr iiartli'itlnrii tn I'Mli nml Mnlil!., lihliiiiiiml, Vn. I'K.v.v cirv .tii:in'Ai, t(ui.-ao- o A special train was run o.'cr the heart's content. Sometimes all tho , .. Aortu hccumi ri:r .:, L. II. is W. on the fourth for the dustpans would 1k tied together uud ' nccommodatioiiof the public Many a lino of girls would start from tho CjA.TLmTLm top of tho hill nnd go whizzing of our people attended the festivities together. It wasn't so easy ntdown first j rnm . ..ITISA j. I 'IT. 1 at Ilardinshurg. A gay time is re- to slido all tho way down without lly to tret DJITVirnu .nlnii tin )our imiiiry. II lliu hi'Ht 11 T h;oiiiiiiilii In jniirliiiimiiir liyiuircliiiKltiir J,'l4irlly A PvT.RIT.IKI VlTftlTlnM Mfie.,lili'if leiiri'ni'iit tho ported by all. ICveu the members of losing control over tho dustpan, but I'oitrjui p,lct'' fl n"'4,'',, n" l"u,",", r im, .vij'ify. kv y IV ij y y h u a u v Jv '" our ball club express themselves sat this difficult feat is soon accomplished, and graco and dexterity $5.00 "X?J.UU isfied with the results of the day. como with practice. Tho homely V2.E $4.00 Though they were defeated by a score household implement in tho hands of The Leading Photographer. $3.50 M StUUflt of 21 to 11, they are confident they tho frolicking girl was converted vfdr unirt . 7 iV nr-,'$2.50 (' oo can beat the Ilardinshurg boys when into an nrticlo of supremo delight. Tho authorities frowned upon tho 12.25 $ future! In Every Stjle and Sue. their right man is behind the bat. practico as establishing an uudesira-biOld Picture) Copied nml Knliirgei Prof. F. P. Stum will have charge $2.00,., precedent, besides lnjing undigniA SI'KCIALTY "R.fMtn of the Whitcsville school this fall, fied and furnishing tho parngrapher 108A Main Street. At present he is prospecting iu Texas with material for a now joko on tho CmbodiesEvery Desirable Improvement :.7mi OWENUlOllO, KY with the view of making his future collego girl. After suffering tho ' ManvExclusivclyItsOwh. of tiiiKi wiihtwl by tho senior homo there. in her housowork, owing to tho jj UicQAE ' 'nNV Dr. A. Jones will conduct the convenience of usingdustpunswhoM' VARf for i;l.lf inijirffU 924 IS rlK f.,ii.. FLEGANTLY .i;,.,.,.,i i,.iw. nvm w C Fordsville school. L, Truman will .ii.uiv.vi. HilllMan I,, l.i ill THE BEST SHOE IM THE WORLD FOR THE M0luY. . Iliitrl', ujc r'6'-""- 3 shunberinur a dozen rods uwiiv in tho ..rI'MJ.H'1" HlM'CIAl.TIl'.S In footwear nro fit OTtll'.lt teach at Poplar Grove and Mis.s Mol-li- e snow, tho tlidKntnu hlKti Kruile.aml reprcsrnt a money valnu GENT On faculty put its foot down SEE Ql)F? fur lwoud thorUeiiclmri:i'il. fcuu that uatnu uud Wo III1U IH.v.lll'1.11 111.11 UIU JUUCUCU IJlUbl Tunstull at the Excelsior. lirlcuuru.taniiii'ilnn bottom uf enehnhne, TAKKMIHIIIISTITI'TK. HAUH1C1.S. W. I., lloiiulm, liiachtuti, U.K. 80M br are more than pleased to have Mis bo discontinued or that tho seniors IHI utitl intiir ('lovoriort with us. She is known to must furnish their owu materials- .Tuustall HOOKER & TABOB, II1WIHMMI I1IIII1MI i Opinsitu .Suler :M:lM:t'i;WtraiI.l.'hJT?iTW-T7Chicago Herald. Ilfitol, Clovorjmrt, Ky, Kusiiie, Ky. be be an excellent teacher and the A LIVE AOENT WANTEDIN EVEny TOrYN I X. : uulM-Uhlr les-on- s, l Rosixi:, Kv., Jt'i.Y 2.". Km ton RiTUituc.vN. My papa reads letters to mc from the little Ilaitfniil, Kentuckv. childien about town and tells me I necessi- should learn to write to nowspapers.but . MTganwmiim pi'OlliptlieSS Oil I have been backward, iw I nni only tlltC seven years old, and never learned to yoUl NATIONAL BANK1 0WENSB0R0 write until last spring, Prof. Bennett . ' mi (. 1 QOQ A Hln t UIIL taught me to write and spell, I love f Mr. Bennett for that, and papa says S, ('. TAYLOK, S. 0, V Mr. Bennett is a good man. I Oil lIHIi:i.MA I pass oil' a great deal ot my time I I I 1111 il l.n.l ' ..,l,il S Jiillll v II prtlltl'il iMMI.IIIttr nil til) IhillllMll playing with four boys when papa is MiiMi'h VhiiUzmi. oM li Mii.tni t.rithiiMlrii Security For Deposits not at home, but when he comes iu 21- - ii- 13 THE BSST. he often wants me to read for him and i one StttfllS iVjVHIRtQp.OHjUNEJlM iV jfCW I take my little book, that Mr. Bentfi tint U till nllPi.t nl eiini.ji.i.r.fct, ',."A ;'"' tan.iMi. Ii..itni uikI intiiili ti'lMit.itlmi. irnlii nett gave me lor having good Farm-' ci."1 Mil hr. hv !iiiw-i'UImI, oriiiiin in ..'i ji.ii. l,ii.iiu, of tt r nil i and read to linn; he seems to he much otlirr ir.'.itm. nt. hm. nl. ,!. linn tlu ilillluillr i II 11 J II II II I I V pleased ami tells mc I am doing lrv:it'lii'il mill tt hm 11 timtnl, fill!) i l.iiinil CIS il well. My name, is Karnest Foster lm IhmiI ii". Willi alli.liil" ninl li liniinii i nl a SpeciII. A. LOZEIEKA-U).- , mtv Irniii iToliimi'iit niiii milliil . Liles, have one brother, Alger Wave Hi l lll. A. I'O.VI'AI.NK. T.Hiiiii.1, M'i-I- 'i W'hnlc-al- e l).alcis, liu, nnd one sister, I.illie Beatrcss, I SoPli-- t. CLEVELAND, O. ,lr.ii. II, lURklf.l'llrlliir am very fond of them and take earc of '. I'lllliMMi, 'i It) Sijperior Ht. them when at play. My papa is a Republican. and my mamma is a Dein- - ' LAWSON RENO, Cashlor. ocrat, that's why I was named Karne-- t j Of tho Condition of tho Foster. But I like the Farncst part the best for papa says Foster did Xrunilfflc J'fi:tiHf Kai:ni:-- t I.ii.i:. Amlllinic Iroulsiil ulih iimou'iic! rrinltlng wiong. liy tnklns Irommroor hmtvmi:U ll! be ..." expect you to call on Total mo or my deputies and settle at once. We furnish both Papers one year for $1.25, Subscription may begin at any time. The short time that This is the most liberal combination offer ever made in the Tinted 1 will have to collect Slates, and every leader of THE WEIM'I.I.ICAN should take advantage and meet the settle- of it at once. Address all orders to IIAUTFOK1) itHK'UBLir.AX, ments with State and I V. Tiibune, tegular pi ice per year Hartford Hepublican " " ' " SI. OK MouAoU b31 L&xnidfy puKpojej. Ade omy by N.K. FAIRBANKS CO. St. Louis, county will , )irt. t ' 10'. U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. lexica n Vlustane: Liniment; 1 : WW'Homf hw !lbf .'. Cuiv ibr .'. the Ailments of and Beast. Jvl.m 275,000. $Accounts of ' ... i ....,.. nt. J Merchants alty. Interest paid on time deposits licits your business Commercial ISolel. Agents Wanted! !inp;t(:stfcl pain reliever. !. i.jc :.: almost universal by the Housewife, the l;ar:nor, the Stock Raiser, anil by every one requiring an effective liniment. . f Ko other application compares with it in efficacy. j- -" This remedy has stootl th'- li'fi! c( years, almost generation!-,- , No medicine che.st is pomplete without a bptfje j), iMust.n- I.imhi:nt. well-know- n - t - ' Beaver Dam ri'lU-vii- Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. DEPOSIT BANK: . VJ M-el- W J tfaT ; "lli jll't-l'll- t -- ,li i HRr&YluAHO BSE? rWS WWN0TrttJPA6 WQWsgBBD? "ni Eic0 Him? OESHE '. -- i - HITCH HIM TO l, il . i ! THE GREAT Mlii.-l- i . I I HfgdEspeciallyForEXERCI SI N G ANdSpEEDING. JM9 y;,; LjA FCT I j 1 &2E:v1!I33 I IIIIJI-II- 00 ) flO CvIlM ''CHIIy .Ti't-W'J'iW.v -.-- IflrSsWB; iSVVRS iZkk, WrM: V Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be THrMrTPPRFFf.T SULKY CAPT lullcc tfriALEBoNE S TOcK:;! lbs, y Agents Wanted., OurBewtiful V.V ft '' IlLuSTRATtoFREE. CATAL9GUE WQKII ,, &.. ( PSFAYIMCIinE j w i nl . 11 r.'.u..'uj,'n nnrrn -. :Viii.T"Mrs'-- . "1 I inter-collegia- jtujsi. ViS'sv" T nni tti i n ii."uirM,ii,r-T- iwMiiriHi i --- s, s. 1 1 ' 1 For CaUiloguo and Pricos, '.vrito tho Manufacturora, xk. Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. '"''. ilvn-m- it t. "Seeing is Believing." jTfimt c? i'v'.VV mmm IE 511 iU'Wm I. d mn i WENT uh lOMn i. ;r In-C- --- fikm M.SJ Iii5 WW not sillltllc it is .'MlJSMxarJM miirf ti cimnl" rrlicn it not cood. Simflt, Jieautiful, Giv.i these ' . ...ll, ..n! nu 11... .yworus niean tnucii, uutiobLi;" II... iui.ni;an;4 All metal, will ltnnrcs tlie truth more forcibly. 1011211 and seamless, and nude in tnrcc pieces only,! ur.liretkiiblt. Like Alatldin's it is absoluU.y vl-.tn- d of old, it 13 united a wont.v.Tfi.l lamp," for its inar. velous liAt is purer and brighter man cas light. softer than electric. light and more cluorful than either. T.1V1I: fortlll't.tnt TitrsHriCiirTrrt !f t!!clirnii!r'ilrrhin'tt!i?BOtiiiln.-, Itoche.ttr, nuil thu tle ou nam. . tiJ tu u dr uur new illinttiilnl culalojuchoiLU (.1 5 I IliL-.'AW- And a good 'tamp I 1 ,!...... ft rH. W uu.l "Ait VflllvtlC. IIUl 'I liV lirril K()CEIU!Tl.It I.A7II' CU,, 'i 1'arK lInco, New YorK Cllf. i -- will feint 'im 1.1 nip rifely l.v i ... .... I. .ri.fl .., r over 'J.UuJ i,Et li J II W JyC W "The Rochestero:j -- jLaaMiat t I W ?.. 7?W?'3-3 ! DOCTOR j HP sr TAYLORS t:-.::u- 03J r W33&M p l?Qf WfP3 emm 8t FVER, BiLiOiJSNtS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL -- y Ifll y JSIJCEMTS Hpreparedby ibm MALARIAL DISORDERS. FOR SALE BY iir - iirnrrwim -T R All - RICHARDSON-TAYLO- DRUGGISTS. MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. TinTiiaai sv-ria.- i aa o UHIIST I (E1 131.75 -, mwmmmim' " W. L. DOUGLAS Bl V i i HARRIS & HIE, 111