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Pay up and year In Advance and we one will send you The Louisville Weekly Commercial one year free. Subscribe at once. Will show how you OTJpipj THIS TAG PROFESSIONAL CARD. 11 AVE YOU PAID HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. both the fifth and ttio itrengjth during life, arc not of the right shade of pale, puny, scroluluus get Ur. Horce's Golden after the tanneries had his innings, Medical Discovery. sbbbbT It's the beat thing known for a watted n copperhead skin assumes too much body and a weakened system. of a dull brown to harmonize with odd BBBBBV It thoroughly purifies the ideas of neckwear, and the black feblood, enriches it, and makes effective every natural moans llowWell, his hide might answer for of cltanalnir, repairing, and nourUhlnir tlie system. In re-- a seedy individual's mourning tic; bu BBBBBSl' oovcring from r La Grippe, nothing else. pneumonia, levers, or other The rattler's color, when all the aei illitAtlnr dlwAScs. nothing can eqtiAl It as an appetising. tontc to bring back health and fight has been taken out of him and restoratlva Vigor. Curve nervous and general deblliti his retinitis have been subjected to Purify and lid jour Mood of ttie taint and poisons that malo it easy for disease the process that prepares hint for to fasten IU hold. men's furnishing use, is something The " Discovery r Is tho onlr flesh Imtldcr, and struigth restorer bo thoron the very dull or ecru order. The ough is it c fleets that it can be oyarantetd. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every case, black rings show distinctly and they yeu have your money tck. lend the oJd effect that hns so captiTborK no unocrtnlnty about Dr, 8flgei vated the shells Then when a bick v,hutd neincu r. Its proprietors will nor and lining have been put on the skin tou $200 caah U thoy can ( cure your Ca Urrib, no nutter how hod tout esse. the tie is ready fur nst but they arc chll-dre- NO. 45. Latest U, S. Gov't Report ro rtD up their colors, while brilliant enough COBWEBS AS MEDICINE.1 A Novel Romody Discovered for tho Asthma. U Highest of all in Leavening Power. rawEATSJKAUEMARKs; I A PATEN who haya bad noaxljr Arty rear M II NN As tlorw trtctlrconfMontlaU A lUmlbook of conoernUurl'NlenlBMMl now looto. Alao them font tm and adontttlo hoka utcataloguo oX roecnan frrt. leal l'atmits taen through Munn A Co. fNMT wcdaJnoilolnthorVlrMlflcAnierJfii.an4 public ars brought widely before tbos Darar, out coat to tho taYcntor, Tola aplondld far tho iMQfd woealT. fflwrantlr IllnatratfjL baa bT largoat circulation of anr acientlOo work In too world. S.'UTMr. hamjlo onuia aant f reo. Hlnai llulldlngKdltlon-lDonthlr.flWayea- r. enplea, J oanuTKTerr number oonutna in oolora. and tohotorrapha of new hooaea. with plana, uUiny tmlldrrs lolahow lha Artdrea latta1ni and iwtreeiiMinrta. 1IU0AUWAT. w voiik. atu Muwfti CAW I OBTAIN COPYKUaniS. tn. If Wl Fnuml for What llaa Ben Hitherto tlio llnuarkepr's Unqualified fJagu tMITerlaf from Bpldtra Webs Which Are J'olaonoua. RoYal j&tss&St DREAMIN' OF HOME X The "cobweb litis occasioned euro" i tcu, LOVIM'IIXK.NT. MIVIN lMinille.-t. I.N TKX. B. InliimMilnj. fc"p'CTJI5;1- bCHEDULB J?. M, we-,- "XKRIIX1 TIIEOM VIM CAHMVroX. , n.io; WEST tlUUN.I. Lt.1juU?M 'WMtl'olnI2J7",'n' y.tTs.m. Hran If ndurK Iff Inlnh ..... . !ifiirt ..... LMmt .." Daily. T.tia.irw CM p.m. iHy. 111 N I'mxriimiiia ol lint UnKnti'N CrprU Nlitilmlll Scliiinl Cuiitriillrin HawtMlik To be held at Walton's Creek Church .. n.Wa.in. m I 'wUpor if , 12. lop. m Wednesday, July n, 1S94 Devotional Uiliatill. ,.. lp.m. exercises II, I. Brown, Welcome At. IttaJrrscn .. address T. M. Morton, 0:30 a. iu. o. tlt Dally. RMTIU1UND. Response J. T. Case-b- ir. History H. T Is . in. Hi nlf riton,.,- of the Sabbath School J. T. Case-bie- r. twilight, . m. 3 37 p. tn HiwttMitlr....... Remember thy Ciealor in the This thing of humble seeming, ..... .. "3T a. m. 4 A p. m. Oarn.Viro Ua.m. 5 p. m That once .so proud oer the cheer- dasol thy Youth Sermon 11 a. m, Lew Import 0JS3 a.m. 6p.m ing crowd, by A. B. Smith. Importance of ...... lool a.m. 6 67p.m Had carried its colors gleaming; I'lo riMirt parents haing their children attend m. 6 top. m. Stained with mould wcic the braids .,.-- .. hen port tl ,.,MM,UH,m, Tittp. m, Sabbath School Gto. T. Tinsley. Inlntfnn. ... gold of Il.iit. m. 7Jtp.m. )lrndcn1furK s That had flashed in the Qualifications of Sunday School & p. m. trt p. m ,. Wr ft Point.. kissing; I). J. K. Mnddox. Superintendent p. m. Poip.ro. ... I Ar. Uul.Tille ... ' Of faded hue was its fiell of blue. Requisites of Sunday School Teachers And some of theslarsweremissing. TaalnaNiuftl ami .N. 2 nikc conncH.n a h W. Tichenur. What effect docs Irrlnslfn (Sunday srrptitl) with tminsoti loula Itlf, HarJintUirif k Wrstrrn It. H., east nil Three Northern maids and three from the Sunday School have on the glades, -- ft tAinotl. Yot liirthrr hfurinatlon, aMrras Church? T. M Morton. Importance cn. IVr ig't. II. L MOIIDUK, Where dreams the South-lanof a thorough study ol the lesson J. ouiiHr. Kj. weather. With glances kind and their arms A. Rcneer. Bro. J. B. Wade will con- duct the singing. Ar.vix Ross, Came up the st?in together. (Ht. Louis Southweitcru Uy.) Chairman Com. on Arrangements. They gazed a while with n thoughtTO ful smile To retain an abundant head of hair At the crouching form before them; With clinging holds they giaspcd its of a natural color to a good old age, folds, the hygiene ol the scalp must be THE ONLY LINE And out of the darkness bore them. Apply Halt's lliir Ke newer. through Car Service from Willi They hcaldcd its scars, they found its rrt HT p.m. .... 9 4 o. m. 137 p.m. ... lM.fis.in. 9t p.m. .. .... II II ft. li4a.m. n. thn-nl')r- ... l. In the bilcut ploom of With cobwebs ocr it creeping, Prom day to day the old flag lay VtCp. m A veteran worn and sleeping. HMO p.m. Dingily old. each wrinkled fold 10 34 p. in Rytfic dust of cars was shaded; It U P. m U Mp.ro. Wounds of the stotm were upon its liwtft.m. form; No. 64, The crimson stripes wcic faded. iHii'y Twasn mounlul sight in the day 3: 13p. m a garret room, u worth an even $3 any day, counting the skin, which is the average price for a rattler of thirty years standing, includiugall the troublethe catcher aiid tannetrcombitieJ have to take. S2.50 for e Hami-miII- sun-ray'- d Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas TO U. prop-jierot- And brought them nil together, (Three Northern maids and three from Where smiles the Southland weather;) . They mended away through the summer day. Made glad by an inspiration To fling it high at the smiling sky On the birthday of our nation. stars, the glads No cliiuipe ol t'nr lo OK lNTKUMEDITE POINTS. Iu the brilliant glare of the summer llinuiglt Cuucliie mid air. With a brisk breeze round it creepTravel ting lle PuIIiiihii Slcepera. ing. finest iannkig, gnuinj; ?nd tiiuhcr Newly bright through the glistuiug iH luinlrf. Andrciching the most Hfilit. The flag went grandly sweeping; towiiH ami citie? in the (iltamiug and bold were its braids of gold, s kissAnd flashed iu the ing; YviMiiip FAHMING LANDS. Red, while and blue were the deepest nhumltim y nil tho ei'irals, corn and hue, And none of the stars were missing cotton, andeftpi'cially udtiplcd to tho cultivation o( mull Iruila uml early Two Daily Tj aim Curr)ing Great Soivcliwest. sun-ray'- voelahlee. Aflording GRAZING LANDS. excellent p.iHturago doling aim ml tho entire )enr, and cninpnnuivtdy clow to the gieat mm kelp. . Covered with TIMUKU LANDS. iiiexlinuotiblu forests of )ellow nlmfitt uxds pine, cyprcM and tho hard common lu Aikntisna and Eastern Texas. Can bo proenrtd cm rearonahle and advantage? u ferine. snake"kTnFas ties. They May Become a Fad Among tho Swell Chappies. louisvim.k star. Just several shades removed from the chamaleon fad is the idea of wearing snake skins for neckties, but the fashion is growing in Baltimore. It promises to become quite the pioper capcrto beseenin an Immaculate morning suit of the latest London cut, with the tanned cuticle , All llnereniieei viitli nnit time lick pfalhrce footreptileneatlytiedaround other. flMiiii inllnttio the snowy "choker" fcoIlart or what-ee- r Ki:soi,vkd 6, That we demand the other style of linen neckwear United States Senators be elected by happen to be the rage. direct vote of the people. The fad will never become violent Rksoi,vi!1 7, That we denounce the Afk yourucureM Ticket Agetit for here, for fine snake skins come high, action and policy of J. G. Carlisle and write to maps, time tnukf etc., and and the crop mayj thin out so as to see in said action the mystic hand of any of the following for all inform let the West Virginians, whomake a may desire couccruiug the business of catching the possessors of John Sherman, the Republican tool of lion you Wall street aristocracy, trip to the Great Southwest. the varigated outer coverings create a l$KS0XVJii 8, That each and every H. T.G.MATTHEWS, corner in the market and coin a for- Populist support to the best of their Ky. Agt., LouiKjille, Dis't tune. 'Baltimore has swells enough menus the Reform press of the land E- W. LaBEAUME, to keep up the fashiou, and if they do and especially do we urge our people ATkU Agt., St. Louis, Mo. as they threaten now, Bill'1 McQueen ,to stand by the Industrialist and deG. P. can retire with a competency in a mand for it a share of the public J. A. EDSON, month, Gcn'l Supt., Texnrknna, Tx. patronage. To he in the swim now a days and R1.s0iAT.n9, That c request the have t(ie swagger thing in neckties a county papeis to publish these resoluJOHN ECHOLS, Revolvers. man must not only wear a snake skin, tions. BT.JOHN BOYLE, J but the cuticleof a "rattler, of about P. W. PfUTMi, , thirty 'yea" of age. The peculiar O.J. BlisN, A. W. Taylor, I Coin, color of the rattler, when he has passed A, S. WousutY, (Tho Mississippi Valioy Route.) in his checks and gone to snake celesJ. D, Sl'URKIRtt,, tial spheres, is what makes" the skin TO valuable than when bis fangs more MhmobiIi Ilnrbcriir. CIN. are still doing the poison business at EVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE, Don't forget the great Masonic Barthe old stand. becue to be held at the Pair Grounds, AKDALLPOINS EAST. The necktie must be that ol a snake June 33, 1S94. Hon. L. P. Little, of - . TO of age, standing and family, for a Owensboro, will deliver a Masonic Memphis, Vicksburg, New Or- - young'scoin of the house a rattler lecture at o'clock a. in. ; nlso Capt. doesn't seem to possess all the quali- 3.K. Hill and Hon. T.S Peltit are exAND ALL POINT SOUTH. fications as to color, and durability of pected tobc present and entertain the TO hide the head of the house can lay audience in the afternoon. Hvery MaPresumably', because a sonic Iodge in the county is invited Chioago, claim to. Cairo, St- Louis, snake ot three decades or so has been to attend and join in the procession AN ALL POINTS NORTH through about all the different Kinds .which is expected to be the largest of di$3ipaonrknown to the reptile thateycroccuired in Hartford. There AND WEST. hide is cognii will be a fine barbecue dinner and Councctiug at Memphis with through worlr and his physical zant o'f no more comounction than otherrefreshmentstosuit the occasion. ' trains to all points iu his moral nature. The proceeds will go to repair the Then an old. rattler is generally 'Masonic Hall. larger than ayoung chap, and ,a tie J, C. RiutY.Ch'in'n, ) yard' in iength is bound fo j. a. cartbr, Rates, Tickets, and all information about a wmu u wn uic murae Louis Guntukr, I furnished on application to oring 'mere will Com, J, A. BUNNKfT, whippsmapper Make corid'show J, J,BOZARTllfc your nearest ticket agent. No before? he reaches his majority JAMRH SULMtNGKR, T. B. LYNCH, . other Vlnd of snake indigenous tbthls G. J. BUAN, tf G.P. A.,louiavlllc. Ky. section ol the country voufd answer the purpose half so welt aa a rattler, rrHlf. I have for sale a lot ot fine Corn at because but few varieties attain his Hal Hwtct ratal HUSH 'lengflj and' Falstafiian girth, except my iarm one mile "north of Hartford; IiianykIndotrquatnHty.Forprlcca,&cfl apply toP.R. Nelson Hartford, Ky. the coppcrUead4apd bfceksnake, amnUon oraddrcrsj, C. Riley. Tiie were adopted at the recent Populist Convention held at Masonic Hall, Hartford. Wiir.nKAH, We firmly believe that to wrest this country from the deplorable conditions it is in depends largely on the entire success of the People's Party, therefore be it Rnsouvitn, That we approve of the call of this convention and of the call of the People's Patty Fourth Congressional Convention which thcTourlh of 'July at Eltea bethtown. our RKsolvku 2, Tint we nllegiencc to the Omaha platform. Resolved 3, That we are strictly opposed to any fusion of the two old parties both locally and othetwise, but urge upon all districts, no matter how small the vote, to place in nomination a full Populist ticket Rnsot.viU) 4, That we recommend as a permanent aid, neither emoluments nor charity, such as soup houses etc , but we demand in tones of thunder justice and a lull share ot the wealth to those that create it. RPso!Yi:i!5, That we denounce the ptesent administration as the most autocratic power in the history of the United States and affirm that it is diflercnt front the pirty it preceded by name only, and we defy any citizen to show where the fmancia policy of the two old parties differ from each con-venv- lointt t'nntriilloii. following resolutions a groat deal of corn ment throughout the country. Tho family in Wooster, O., who effected tho cure of a daughter by this peculiar remedy thought they owed it to tho public to make the casoknown, never expecting that tho publication of tho matter would cause them to be deluged with letters inquiring about the alleged cure. At first the family undertook to answer inquiries, but when tho letters reached hundreds daily tho bead of the household, who is en- gaged in other business, found it would require the iPfttlryi" time of. himself utiej family ta attend to the large correspondence. So he had circulars printed in which ho gave particulars of tho mothod, and for these bo charges a fee in order to limit in some measure trie number of inquiries. Ho charges one dollar for three "cobweb pills," and in speaking of the matter said: have to crawl around "I garrets and all sorts of dirty places to get the webs. J then have to dean 'them. All this takes time, and I feel if it is not worth a dollar it is not worth a cent. Then there is the matter of discerning the difference botween 'spiders' webs' and cobwebs. I have heard from a number of people who undertook to cure themselves that they were made very sick through the poison of spiders' webs, which they thought the same as cobwebs. It is generally thought that a cobweb Is a deserted spider's web. An authority says that a cobweb is not a spider's web. Although Webster and the Century dictionary havo it defined us such the authority claims that both have mode mistakes. A cobweb says this writer, is formed In some manner as yet by the adhesion of particles of impalpable floating dust apparently and the ree web without any sult is a approach to regularity of form, therein differing from tho true spider's web. The cobweb is many times heavier than a spider's web and is never 'occupied by a spider or any other insect. It is most frequently found in rooms that have long been darkened and are slightly damp, and generally has several filamentous pendants of varying length. It is never fastened neros space from one point to but is invariably pendulous. owritirnwoiuis4ieo4)hA against ktbo. danger of taking spider's webs; as he says many cases of serious Illness have resulted from swallowing them. While this authority may be correct, it Is very difficult to make people be lieve that the cobweb is not made by a spider or some other insect. One man told me that the substance of the cobweb Is vegetable." Tho Wfster case of asthma, which, by thotway, is the only case upon which thoi alleged cure is founded, was cur by three pills. t Cobwebs have i been talccn internally lor other dist, for asthma Baking Powder OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. as, A. LAWYER, Glenn, J.fl.K. Wedding. ABSOOTTELY PURE shadows that hid them from danger, can't jeat tell what' a come to her, an yet, X the fugitives gathered, one by one, to unbend their bows, to dash them in think It a clear That aomethtn's Ro1n' wrong 0' late -- to aee her despair upon the ground, to curse the alttln there, Iroquois, and to mourn this new shame In tho doorway, with that look Into which had befallen them. Among her eyes, them all, there was but one a girl At if they still was rutin on tho old time field who refused to mourn with her people. and sktea. Watseka was her name. She's always dreamln, dreamln of the Ufa we Although young, Watseka was well left behind known for her proud spirit and her The cosy little cottafe where the mornln' glories twtnedf beautiful face. As was fit In her sex, The rones lq the garden the yellow sunflowers this young girl had stood with the w tall: The violets bat she herself the sweetest crowd of weeping women and children a little apart from the gloomy' warflower of a riors. She read their hearts, saw their You see, she use to sit there In the m oral n's .tears and heard, their moans. The so content; cowardice of the men made her eyes The sunflowers follerln' the sun, no matter whero he went: dry, kept her lips elosed and roused all The brown bees stppto honey an the fierceness of her wild nature. round the plaoe; Who would take revenge on these The roses cllmbln up to her an' smllln In her g warriors upon fatal .those who had swept upon her people An now, shocsn't forget ltt when I tell her: to kill them as they wonld deer, and to "LUUo wife, drive them from the land the Great Tbcro ain't no use In friovln for that simple Spirit had given them? country life,' She twines her arms arouu my neck, an' She frowned as she aaw that the smllln' sweet to see, warriors, with brave curses stUl upon She whisper: "We're so fur away from whers their lips, were creeping farther and weusotobet' farther back into the shadows. There ain't no use In chldln', or in sayln' words Then Watseka burst into heroism. o cheer; Forgetting that among warriors no There's nothln' tn this olty life like she was talking squaw had right to a place, she use to there, Where preachln' come bat once a month, an sprang forward and put herself In the street cars didn't run, path before them. With flashing eyes An folks they told the time o' day by lookln' and curling lips she spoke: at the sua "Men of the Illint, right are the Iroquois when they boast that they have An larks not up at peep o day an' made the meddeni ring I put the dress of squaws upon yon and I teU you, folks, when ono's brought up to jes' hoes into your hands. Turn back to that kind o' thlDjr, Vou cannot miss the' It's hard to git away from It old feel In' a bound your village. path your burning wigwams have to rite oyer In a woman's tender An make made It clear, Your women and cou eyes I Do you know dren are here 80 there she sits where they will be when the sua till X git to dream-itoo; shines Have no fear, the An when her head droops on my breast and Iroquois will know how to make your sleep falls like the dew wires cook their corn and your daughAn cloaca them bright eyes o' hers, once more we seem to be ters fetch them water. they In the old home where we'll rest some day tocount the scalps and feed at your fires gether her on' me! on the deer they hare killed on yoar -- Frank I Stanton, In Atlanta Constitutions hunting grounds. What! You will not (co, then? Good! WaUeka will WATSEKA. show you how to be men. Come with me, women of the Illini! We hare not gathered our com to feed the Iro I1Y JOHN IJEMITRY. 11 grim-palnte- d, scalp-lovinto-daTo-nig- ht LAWYERS; HARTFOKD, KY. (Office, ovf r Andenon's Basaar.) GLENN & WEDDING, Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of AppcaJa, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. Tames TT0MBY w. I jJT If B. D. RINUO Will nractice his nrnfpninn inrifti' and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of publio cijunru. R. D. GUFFY, HAtTalaf JY Attorneys ggt gfaw, ascavrtford., Grtlffisr SC DKIxleto. Will practice in all courts of Ohio aod adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court cf Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend'" ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. Xantuclcy. tK It R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. AJso Notary Public. Lawyer HARTFORD, KY. veil-lik- Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoiniug counties, and in the Court ot A-ppeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attor ney's office, in Court House. ' ' HIS Is a tradition Tguois." ' nn-oth- of the Illinois Indians, It was a tale told by their old men to the young warriors In whispers, so that the women might not hear. It was a tale en c eVclc led shrilly to the young maidens, so that no wigwam might loje It For It was a tale, as each heard it, to shame their youn g warriors, and to make proud tho hearts of the young maiden b. The IUInl have passed away forever. Under mighty mounds, d their and bones are laid, yet not forgotten. They have given their names to tho streams, lalces and towns of the white race that camo after them; and through theso their traditions live, to this day. In the memories of white men. Four hundred years ago when all this new world was for the red man. a bright stretch of that prairie land, which now forms so large a part ot the aate of Illinois, once attracted the fierce eyes of a roaming party of Iroquois. These had come from the east There had been no need for them to stray so far away from their Tillages, Their hunting grounds at home were vast; their skies were filled with birds; thelrrlvers teemed with fish. But the Iroquois, coveting the vaster hunting grounds toward the setting sun, found tho IUInl across their way. So they hated them. . A peaceful band of Illini had built their lodges on a beautiful stream. On it banks were ancient oaks and stately walnut trees, shaded by which they could lie and dream in tho hot hours of a summer's day. From tho edge of the wood, and as far as the eye could see, extended the grassy prairie, gay with scarlet lilies, phloxes and morning glories. Dear was this prairie to the very heart of the IlllnL The Great Spirit had given it to their fathers for them to enjoy Its sweet breath, and to their children after them. There, for uncounted moons, had they passed their days in a careless, happy, lazy fashion. aa Hut one day full of the sun and his glory, of the sweetncss of flowers, of the song of birds, and t the hum of bees while warriors, squaws and children were grabfi-coyereflower-crowne- lheirwaold wom- J All the women turned to Watseka Grandmas saw In her bright eyes that spirit which, when young, they them selves might havo had, and loved her for It Each mother looked upon her Perry Westerfield, throqgh tearful eyes, wishing that the Great Spirit had spoken to her daughter instead. The hearts of the youaf girls beat proudly because one of Beaveb Dam, Ky., themselves had been called to rouse their tribe against the thieving Iro- kquols. rio second call was needed, uia ana young crowded eagerly around her, each woman arming herself with the first hatchet or stick that fell her way. And even the boys who, with black looks and bent heads, had been followHartford, Ky. ing their fathers left the braves, and ranged themselves with flashing eyes XH1LL practice his profeeeionMn all T I the courts of Ohio and adjoioiog bestde their mothers and their sisters. counties and Court of Appeals. Spec-- " Watseka's spirit was over .them alh .But as It turned out, the women of ul attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. the Illint were not to fight that day. Attorney at Law. W. H. BARNES IITTOMUT law; ' 1 eases. It is considered by some an unfailing specific for ague. The danger of making a mistake in administering spiders' webs for cobwebs should cause people to be careful in the use of this novol remedy. J. "cftl R. PIRTLE vSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaCAx IS? Pittsburgh Dispatch. Salt Wafer Upon Bricks. Bricks made upon seacoasts must be carefully guarded from salt air or Cotton Belt Rout P. - water during the manufacturing process. They are by far moro durable if made some distance inland. The brackish water of the coast induces speedy disintegration, unless tho bricks are completely covered by a coating of practically impervious cement tto keep air and moisture from them. When thoroughly vitrified, bricks made with fresh water will endure sea air for a long time, but even then protection and occasional patching up pay well for the trouble, Til DENTIST Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations. Watseka's bitter words brought hack reasonable. Office oyer Williams & the blood into the warriors' veins. Bell's Drug Store. Slowly from darkness they eame Into the light HkeowU; but upon the sleep lug Iroquola'they fell like wolves! 80 they won back to their wlgwaaaa. It i good to know that the chief of her tribe did not forget to honor Watseka. Her exploit was long told amoug their traditions, and in the summer brightened many a weary hour la the wigwams when the braves were on tho warpath. After WaUeka had passed away, so long as the IUInl were a pro pie, her name was handed down la every generation to the most beautiful and the bravest girl of the tribe. Nor has the race, which arose whea her owp people were fallen forever, wished her story to be forgotten. The river by wnlch the Iroquois were routed OFPICI OVER BSD FHONT Is still known by their name; and a fair town rising in the land so loved by Is prepared to do all kinds of her proudly bears the name of the despair Dental work at reasonable prices. heroic girl who lathe day of redeemed her tribe and turned their shame Into honor. St Nicholas, "COUX WITH UX, WOMEN OF TBX IZXIXtf HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ,,, I,,, . j II fi. WSiE Iiulnntry ot llie AMRRICAN aa NlicrlfT. ECONOMIST. c.o;&s.w.r.r. M , 1 1 Arkansas and Texas 1 1 The platform of the Democratic patty at Chicago vigorously denounced the industry ol the sheriff, which it was claimed, had been fostered by protection. Remembering hovy busy a time the sheriff has had since March 4i 893 ft is well to see how the Democratic performance has .agreed with its denunciation of the Sheriff's indiibtry. During 1893 there were 15.560 trade iailurcs in the United States, being 52 percent, more than in 1892. The liabilities of those who failed in 1893 were 460,000,000, as compared with liabilities of $108,000,000 in 1892, increase of $325,000,000 in a single year. Was there ever such an arrant humbug and fraud as this Chicago denunciation'of the Sheriff? Having been successful in the complete ruination of every industry that it was possible tfr 'Tuin during the year's short reign of the Policy of Prostraiion, it is now high time lor the people of the United States to arise at once and demand the immediate cessation of "the Policy of Pros-tro- n which' the High Sheriff is thrusting upon the American people, and to "denounce a policy which fosters no industry so much as it does that of the shcrjff." , mm rAftM riKfete' DENTIST. Now Tbey Kevar Syaak. It was la the conservatory. At lent with he had the ehaaoe of a tete-a-te-te 120 IN DOLLARS the fair one who had enslaved him. WATSKKA l'LACKD UTCnSKLV I THK PATH ntcroitK THEM. -- rr It is not what its proprietors say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does 'that tells the story of its merit. Hood's SarsapariUa Cures. , rejoicing in their ' plenty and' fancied peace, yells that curdled the blood echoed from the prairie- - on one aide, and the forebt on the other. Too well were those cries known in the village of tho IlllnL Too often had they been the signal which presaged liar Gentle nassassi. massacre, torture and slavery. Too Watts J was playing peany-aat- a often, when the echoes died away, had their wigwams and their field) been with my wife the other Bight, and, Jasi left in smoking ruins. What they for meanness, I held oat four aeea and Vc Iroquois are come!" dealt her four qnesaa. and beat haroat said was; cent. It was a bund of this tribe which, of eighty-fiv- e Potts Did she aocnea yon of cheatcreeping from tho neighboring prairie, haduwept upon them with such fierce ing. WatU-N- oj bat aha said It did seem and sudden slaughter that the unprepared IUInl wcru driven for refuge queer that a maa of say ability should farther into tho wood on tho other not be able bay his wife a dress oftaaer tide of 'their Ullage. There, In the than I did Indianapolis Journal, atmosphere after the warmth of the ballroom. This Is how he attempted to break the ice: T suppose you are extremely fond of dancing, MlssTriptoer 1 someWell, not passionately. times prefer 'sitting out especially with an interesting partner.94 Then tho band struck up again. 'Let me see, 1 have yon down for this waits, 1 tblttV. Shall wa aatss "O dear, not Not on any aeeouatt And somehow he didn't seem to half enjoy that daaoe. Boston Globe. She seemed rather cold, but of course, that might be dne to the cooler itr Our workers No time wasted in always prosoer. learning the business. Wo teach you In a night how to succeed from the first hour. You can make a trial without expense to yourself. We start you, furnish everything needed to carry on tho business successfully, and guarantee you against failure If you but follow our Header, if simple, plain Instructions. you are in need of ready money, and want to know all about the best paying buslaesa before the public, send us youi address, and we rill mall you a docu neat giving you all the particulars. Bade easily and honorably, without capital, daring your spare hours. Any man, woman, bo jr, or girl can do the work handTalking unily, without experience. g necessary. Kotalng like It for money-makin- PER MONTH Own Locality Your ertr offered before. TRUB CO., B0X400, Augusta, Main?. f Ire broken down from orerwork or booaahoW rvtuIUilifsratoui.aiaJiillssalloo.rfuioTssrx. tu (if tit!, sad curst malaria. Uc ' inasjvnula w Persona llrown'a Iron Illttera Man t ; Mmmhmmm .JU. ki'"'UA ' " iwtu" n wwMjry"t 'iw IWinwwi..i - - MfWMMMVM s d cral days, returned to their homes Saturday;, Mrs. Helen Walker spent Saturday PUBLISHED KVKRY.FMDAY M0RNIK0 with friends in the country. Editor and Proprietor. JO, B. HOUKHN, Mr. T. F. Brpwn is on the sick list. Friday, Junius. 1S9.J. Mr. Steve Jones is visiting his Republican Ticket mother in English, Indiana. Elerllon, Tiny it. Madam Rumor says that Dr. A. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. Jones, of Deanefield, makes regular Cal. P. Keown. For Sheriff calls on Walker Avenue. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. Rev. B F. Jenkins filled his regular For County Attorpey K. P. Ncal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. appointments here Saturday and SunFor Jailer John V. illack. ' day. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugli. Quite a number from here attended G. C. Westcrficld. For Coroner Decoration services at Rosine WedMAGISTRATES: nesday, and report quite a nice time. Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward. It is with sadness that we note the Ciomwell Jont B. Wilson. death of one of our citizens, in the Fordsville person of Mr, James Staples, who deBuford Anparted this life June, ad, 1S94. constrhuh: Hartford Hosca Shown. other relic of the war is gone from Rosine Thomas Allen. our midst. He leaves a wife and sevCromwell R. B. Martin. eral children to mourn his demise. Fordsville Success to The Rkpuhmcan. Buford and the Populists representing n cat's paw used by the Democrats to rake the chestnuts from among the hot embers. The big men of the Democratic party capture all the chestnuts and the smaller ones are left without. Dear brother Democrats wc love j you aud it grieves us to sec you treated to. We hope you will come this fall and vote witti the Republicans aud help us redeem the country and State, for we know that the county is in debt and cannot pay out without taxing each voter $8 or $9 in addition to the present levy. Now voters ol Select Precinct come out aud cast your vote for the Republican ticket and let us get out of debt. Like Butler county, we can if we will Melhoillm N Mutiny Nrhnol, "Copy of Minutes of Methodist elect a full ticket of Republicans. Now boys there is but one Usue Church South Sunday School, Hartbetween two old parties and that is ford, Ky., June 3. 1894. Services conducted by Supt. Wil- free trade aud ragged clothes, nothing for wheat we raise, that is what the liams. Opening song, No 742. Oflicers and Teachers present, 10; Democrats want. The Republicans U. AND I. absent 4: scholars present, 74; absent want protection to the American people. 52. Nultlitir.NrliiK" t'iii Meeting. If you want free trade vote for the Scripture Lesson, Ex. 12 chapter, Revs. J. W Bingham and D. F. Democrats and keep them in power Kerr will hold a ten days meeting I Subject, "The Passover Instituted." and you will get it. If you want pro MiiMoule Xoten, at Sulphur Springs, beginning Aug The regular meeting of Hartford Golden Text: Christ our Passover tection vote the Republican ticket ust 10. This is desired as a starting and you will get it, nud moreover you point for a regular camp ground. We Lodge No. 675 F. & A. M, last Mon- is Sacrificed for us." 1 Cor , 5 chap. will get 24 cents for your wool instead day night was quite a success. There 7 verse. expectquitc a number to comeincov-erei- l of I2i cents. was work in the first and third deWeather bright and warm. wagons to this meeting as we Old soldiers cannot nfllml to vote grees and several visiting lodges were Cash on hand last Sunday, 11.34; -hav'nt a regular camp. We will with a party that is doing all they represented. A. recess was taken at Collection S9. Total, 12.23. far as practicable for the woHartford College having closed last can to rob thciu of their pensions they men and preachers to sleep in our 9:30 and a nice lunch w.as served. to honorably earned in the dirk days homes. Others to sleep in covered The following is a list of the visitors week for the summer, vc miss quite We find some otd solBarker LoJge No, 129 West Point, A. a number familiar faces from our of 1861-6wagons aud the tent. We will do all FOII J t!MJi; COtltT OF AlIKALtt. E.Burchiel and N. Anderson; Jo Ellis school this morning aud it is with diers voting with a puty that is we can to render all the comfort we We are authorized to announce fighting their interest ami have never can to those present. Other preachers Lodge, No. 473 Winfrey. Holbrooks deep regret we strike their names JudokB. I,. D. Gurrv, gotten their eyes opened and Ed Field, Ceralvo Lodge No. 253 from oar roll. Of Butler county, as a candidate for have promised to help. Brother Pra J. II. Baii;. We are glad to see James Thomas the office of Judge of the Court of Ap- ttler will be present and have charge C. L. Woodward, S. L. Fulkerson, W. P. Her and M. F. Herrel, Cromwell with his class again. Jim has had a peals from the Second Appellate Dis- of the singing. N'ntlrr ' trict of Kentucky, subject to the acThe Republicans of Magan and We will do the best we can for any Lodge No. 420, J. P. Miller, Shelby serious time of it for more than a tion of the Republican party. and all at the hotel, if they will write Taylor, J. P. McKcnney; Rockport year, having been thrown from a Heflin voting precincts are requested to meet at their respective voting us before coming. A restaurant will Lodge No. 312; W. A. Bell, John P. horse and badly hurt. Democratic Ticket. Misses Bessie Morgan and Belle places on Siturday,June i6,to select a be on the grounds. This meeting Benton, L. F. Herrel, O.I T. nines. FOK (Ot.MY JI'DUK. will be run strictly on a religious L. G. Haden; Peter Cairns, A. Rowe, of Greenville, who are visiting committeeman to represent them in We are authorized to announce j ' relatives and friends in Hartford and the couuty executive committee. basis. Everybody invited. Come Austin, L. Reid. E. T. Williams The night was very pleasantly in attendance at Commencement Ex- By order oi the Ohio county Republipraying for a wonderful As the Democratic nominee for Counspent and the guests expressed them, ercises of Hartford College last week, can Executive Committee. ty Judge of Ohio county. Election, of the Holy Spirit upon the meeting. selves as being highly pleased with are welcome visitors to our school E D GW'FY, November 6, 1S94. B. Pbrrvmak, J. Pastors. their visit. The Hartford brethren this morning. W A Girson, Chairman. JV. F. Ford, hope they may come again. In the absence of Miss Isabelle MeSecretary. Judoe Barr has decided the sepaReport ol nnrlTord College. . m Hartford Lodge will hold call meet- llon ry, Lula Johnson heard her class. rate coach law is an interference with Report ot the grade of the students Ilnrf Comity Itentibllrnti. ing next Monday night and Friday Prof. William Foster, B. D. Ringo's The Republicans of Hart county interstate commerce and consequently in the Collegiate Department of Hartclass; Dr. Miller, Judge Morton's met in convention night, the 22d. at the court ford College and Business Institute unconstitutional. The Masonic Barbecue at the Fair class, and T. J. Morion, his own and house in Mumfordville, Ky ,on Monfor the term ending June 1, 1894: promProf. Foster's class consolidated, day, June 4, 1894, J. II. Compton was Hardin Craig 99, R. C. Jarnagin 97, Grounds on Saturday, June 23, The Central City 5im is the name ises to be a grand success. EveryMr. Clayton Sutton of the Duke elected chairman and George Stewart, of a new paper published at Central Silas Griffin 97, Ella Herring 96, T. thing will be iii readiness to enter- neighborhood is a visitor this morn- secretary. The object of the meeting City by W. B. Barrett, formerly of J. Morton 96, Alma Lyons 96, John tain several thousand people and they ing in Judge Morion's class. being explained, on motion Virgil this county. Mr. Barrett is a thorough Henry Barnes 95, U. C. Barnett 95, will be on hand. Miss Anna Bean says she thinks Stewart, T. W. Slaughter, Col. Jesse man and will imfke The A. S. Bennett 95, R. A. Byers 94, E. newspaprer Cromwell Lodge No. 420, Beaver her class deserves personal mention, ' t i r..t... n wr. Sun a success. The first number M. Morton 94, Emma Moseley 94, Dam, holds its regular meeting" to- as every member is present, and we Capt J. B. Morris were apjointcd on Bertha Felix' 94, Rachel Sanderfur94, came out last Thursday morning. morrow night. think so, too. The boys composing resolutions and reported the followII. H, Montgomery 93, Florence Morher class arc little gentlemen and we ing, viz: 1 Howcrton 93, Laura Hepnlillcttii ton 93, D. H. Aiellnle DtNlfet Con- should loeto sec them present every Our County Committee has issued Morton 93, Lillie Thomas 93, John 1st. Wc, the Republicans of Hart tention. Sunday. a call to the Republicans of Ohio II. Wood 92, Fannie Render 92, Mat-ti- e Monr.ANTOw.v, Ky., June 1, 1S94 county, in convention assembled do Miss Mabel Kimbley, of Owens-boron- s affirm aud County to meet in Mass Convention declare our attachment to Bennett 92,. Harvey Pruden 91, J. Pursuant to an order of the Repubagain a visitor in Mrs Glenn's Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, June Ham Barnes 90, C. H. Ellis 90, Sallie lican District Committee of the in the principles of the Republican party 23 for the purpose of selecting Quisenberry 90, Myrtle Rowe 90, Lu- Second Appellate District of Ken- class. as set forth in its national platform Miss Carrie Cox is a welcome visdelegates to the Congressional conven cy Davis 90, Luie Sanderfur9o,Belle tucky the Republicans of said Dis1S92 and we cordially endorse the tion to be held in Lebanon, Ky., June Wocnier 90, A. P. Taylor 90, Alonzo trict are called to meet in convention itor in Mrs. Fogle's class. administration ot Benjamin Harrison, Glad to note the presence of Hon. late President of 27, and to the Appellate Convention Rogers 89, Julia Thomas 89. J. C. at Leitchfield, Ky., July 18, 1894, to the United States, nominate a candidate for the Court of John J. McIIcnry this morning after and further we condemn the courac of be held in Leitchfield, Ky., July Barnard SS, R. L. Power 88, J. R. Mcto a long absence. the present Democratic administra18, This is a proper action oi our Afee 87, Luac Stevens S7, Ada Jett Appeals. School closed bj' singing No 861. tion and Disthe policy of the Democratic The various counties of the committee and we would uige every 87, Bertha Brown 85, Bessie Williams 'He LcadethMe." party. Republican, in the county to ho 85, Georgia Hudson 85, V. F. Miller trict are required to hold county con2d. We approve the call for the 85, Mamie Ross S4, Annie Fogle S4, ventions aud send delegates thereto. JYotlee present. The basis of reprefentation shall be A. McDonald K4, Alice Loney 84, Decoration Day, Avery Byers Post, convention to nominate a Republican Hubbard 83, Carrie Cox 83, one vote for each 100 or major part of No. 195, by order ol the Commander candidate for Congress in the Fourth An important event in tlio educaBirdie Lee Drake 83, Lulu Manzy 83, 100 otes cast for Harrison in 1892 will proceed to decorate some graves Congressional District and apjoint tional history of Ohio county is the W. S. Taylor, Ella Cox 82, Mallie Stevens 83, Lula at the old Daniel graveyard the following delegates to the conven opening of the Beaver Dam Summer Ch'm. Rep. Dist. Com. 81, Ozna Shults 81, Jessie and at the Smith graveyard, near tion to be held at Lebanon, Ky., on Kay Johnson Normal next Monday, Prof, Second Appelate District. CounSmith 81, C. L. Arraendt Si, Jennie Olatou June the 30th. Everybody is the 27th diy of June, 1894; V. B. active operation the the Quisenberry has put into 81, J. L. Brown 80, A. ties and their representation: invited to attend and bring a Craddock, W. D. Brownlee, H. A. ory so long held by many that a Nor- M. Smith So, Lee B. Mills 79, Gilla Allen, 10; Breckenridge, 12; Butler, full basket of flowers, and also a full Laflcrty, J T. Dele vers, Dora Smith, mal at either Beaver Dam or Hartford Pierce 79, Emma Jett 78, Amanda 13; Cumberland, 9; Davis, 16; Edmon- basket ol dinner and stay all day and J B. Duggins, George Stewait, would not only pay the principal but Story 78, M. H. Keele 77, J. C. Miller son, 6; Grayson, 12; Hancock, 6; have a good time. F. M. Piiarris. Patrick RumIi, William Chatten, II, would be of great benefit to the teach 76, Lola Stevens 76, J. F. Smith 76, Logan, 18; Meade, 4; McLean, 5; C. Martin aud all other good Republicans of Halt couuty, without inera am1 through them to the peoplcgeu-erallEtta Thomas 75, C. E. Ruby 75, J. A. Monroe, 11; Muhlenberg, 17; Ohio, As I have not seen anything from Prof. Ray is one of Kentucky's Westcrfield 75, Mary Smith 73, Fonzo 16; Simpson, 7; Todd, 14; Warren, 21, structions for any candidate. our little town for so'mctimc I 3d. That copies ol the proceedings ablest and most successful teachers Herring 70, Robert McAfee 70, Berta Total, 197. thought I would write a few words. of this meeting be sent to the Louisand any who may desire to attend Morton 70, Mary Nail 70, O. G. WillHealth is good. Kxftinlnntloii, ville Commercial, Glasgow Republischool during vacation can find no iams 67, J, W, Power 65, Mary Klein Crops look well considering the Intermediate Department of Hartcan, Hahti'okd Rki'IMmcax and nil Dam Summer 63, Lillie Barnes 62, Edna Carson 60, better than the Rearer peculiarity of the season. College, June 1, 1894. Republican papers in the Fourth DisAda Brown 58, Lillie McGee 57, Flor-enc- e ford Normal. We are blessed with two flourishMorton, 75; Lillie Thomas, Laura trict for publication which on motion White 47 Bee Brown 47, Mary 76; Florence Morion, 92; Belle Woirner, ing Sabbath. School in our com- were adopted and the convention adMu. C. R. Martin, Secretary of Wedding 46, Z. Mauzy 46, H. 90: Juliet Thomas, 86; Alma Lyons, munity. The Methodist school elected journed. Bean 44,MaryMiller42, J. H. Com pros, the Hartford Commercial Club, is in 86; Lizzie Stevens, 85; Bessie Wil- J. B. Foster and Miss Lydia Ward as Gi'.o Stewart. Chairman. SueBowman 40, Wayne Grifiin38,Lena delegates to the convention at Rock- receipt of a very encouraging letter liams, 93; Zella Nail, 71; Lizic Secretary. Carson 38, Corinne Cox 35, A. O. port. Bewloy, Master from Hon. E. 91; Dora Bell, 33; Mazie ThomBridges 25,Lyda Morton 25, Willie MnHle-Kill- i The Sunday School will not meet Mr. Bewley is May Wester- Steamer Evansville. Klein 15, Lulu as. 66; Lizzie Miller, 85; Collins 20, Lawton Judge C. W. Massie, of Owensboro, sanguine of success in the mat" Miller 10, Clyde Wedding 9, Walter field, 75; Tillie May, 5; Ella Taylor, next Sunday on account of Children's quite and Mrs Millie Ralph, of this place, S7, Lovie Johnson, 81; Bessie Fair, 86; Day at No Creek. terof securing Rough River naviga- Martin 5, Jesse Bean 3. Some of our boys cast their lot in were married at Cannellton, Iud., last Nora Burton, 31; Lillie Burton 84; tion at an early date. He aud others I'lRST DISTINCTION. The contracting Willie Campbell, 56; Charlie Grif-fin- , the wheel of fortune last week the Monday evening. arc assisting Capt. Daulley in ob Hardin Craig 99, R. C. Jarnagin 97, teachers examination and from what parties are very popular in this coun13; James Nance.so; Ike Sanderfur, taming a smaller boat. In fact the Silas Griffin 97, Ella Herring 96, T.J. 80; Peril ie Casebier, we can learn they have not much ty, where the groom was County influential parties connected with Morton 96, Alma Lyons 96. John 93; Murvin Pate, most faith in the old wheel. They are Judge for eight years and was a resi26; Ronda Miller. 77; Lyman Wilthe enterprise are doing all that can Henry Barnes 95, U. C. Barnet9S, dent ot Hartford until a few months afraid it will turn out like everyliams, 73; David Miller, 89; Ira Bean, be done to open navigation on Rough A. S. Bennett 95. 76; Eva Aull, 18; Guy Williams, 50; thing else under this Democratic ago when he moved to Owensboro to SECOND DISTINCTION. River at the earliest possible time. practice law; and his bride had been Mars. Walter Pate, 96 Dit.ler Ralph, 62; Administration. R. A. Byers 94. E. M. Morton 94, living here for several months. Mr. Bewley in his letter spoke very She Eldred Pate, 60; Sam Cox, 43; Elvis Malaria is one of the most insid is a sister ot Mrs C P Westerfield and favorably of putting in a temporary Emma Moseley 94, Bertha Felix 94, Carson, 32.. Montious of health destroyers. Hood's Mr C II Hoover of this city. Tn dam at Ross1 Ripple so as to insure Rachel Sanderfur 94, H. II. gomery 93, Florence Morton93,D.H. Send 12 cents in postage stamps Sarsaparilla counteracts its deadly RwuiiMVAN together with their many navigation to Hartford on the lowest Howcrton 93, Laura Marton 93, Lillie to 39 Corcoran Building, Washington, poison and builds up the system. friends wishes them much pleasure water. Thomas 93. John II. Wood 92, Fannie D. C, and you will receive four copies and prosperity through life. Creditor Xollee. Render 92, Mattie Bennett 92, Harvey of Kate Field's Washington, contain roitnttViM't:. All persons having claims against Circuit Court .otr. Fordsville is by no means decreas- Pruden 91, J. Ham Barnes 90, C. H. ing matter of special interest. Give Com'th vs. C..O. & S W. railroad, the estate of John C Townsend, deing in interest. She is btill on.,thc Ellis 90, Sallie Quisenberry 90, Myr- name aud address and say where you ceased, arc requested to produce the failure to provide water closets at busy march to success, mounting on- tle Rowe 90, Lucy Davis 90, Lizzie saw this advertisement. same properly proven to the underdepot, two cases confessed judgment ward and upward as time admits. Sanderfur 90, Belle Wcerner 90, A. P. signed, and all persons indebted to and fiued $100 in each case. Ye Kdllor Complimented, Taylor 90. A Sunday School was organized at HARTFORD HERALD the estate of John C Townsend, deCom'th vs. I: A. Tilford, unlawthe Christian Church last Suuday Attention Uepubllcau. Among the many bright young men ceased, arc requested tocome forward fully selling liquor confessed judgafternoon, with Miss Alice Brown as A Republican Convention is called ment and fiued $100. who have recently come to the bar and settle the same at once. and Dr. Ed Ford to meet in Hartford, Ky,, on SaturSuperintendent here, perhaps none will take higher civil, CASKS. J S R Wkddino, Adm'r. Assistant Superintent and Miss Sallie day, June, 23rd, 1891, atone o'clock Hartford, Ky.,June7, 1894. A. F. Sutton vs. Woodford Grier rank than Mr, Jo B. Rogers, to whom There was quite P. M. to select delegates to represent Brown Secretary. license to practice law was granted last judgment for defendant. a large crowd in attendance and much the Republicans of Ohio county in the Brother Unlie Kxpreii Ilium fir. week. A man of fine moral sense John Ashby vs. N. N. & M. V. interest manifested. Baizutown, Ky., June 6. Times Congressional Convention for the 4U1 Compiny judgment for plaintiff for and splendid ability, Mr Rogers will hard, money scarce, wool low, wages Mrs. Bettie Loyd is spending a few Congressional district to be held at soon take rank among the leading nothing and the people hard up; but US days with relatives at Horse Branch. Lebanon, Ky. on June, 27th. 1894 and B. J. Taylor vs. Mary Like judglawyers at the bar here. His politias Abe Lincol n freed the colored Rev. Ashcraft, pastor of the Chris- the 2nd. Appellate district Convenment for plain till for $5. cal opinions arc very bad, but aside people, we find that Grover Clevetian Church, and wife, have moved tion to be held at Leitchfield, Ky on C. L. Field vs. C E. Miesse Comtherefrom there is much to commend land aud his free trade policy has into our midst. July 18th. 1S94. pany judgment for plaintiff for $60,50. him to popular favor. The Herald freed the people of the United States All Republicans are urge J to attend Master Willie Graves, of Horse J, A. Thomas vs. Win. Lyons wishes him much success. from labor. Wages are so low under Branch, is the guest of Mr, Simon the county Convention. . judgment tor plaintiff for $70, this administration tint the people By order of the County Ex Com. , Smith. NMALMIOUNK. J, B. Rogers was granted license to On account of the recent cool spell who have to labor for support of self Misses Clara and Ava Davidson June 2nd., 1894. practice law. the crop seems to be on a standstill. and family cannot get a support from E. D. Gui'pv, Ch'm'n. have returned from a visit to Horse It is not growing fast aud a good their labor and we find nothing in the MM of f.i'lterM W. A. Gidson., Sec'y. Branch. rain would be a great improvement Democratic party that shows a Remaining in the Hartford Fostoffice Miss Florence Wright, who has been The Ohio County HftptUt prenehero remedy; we find nothing in the which if jiot called tcr in 30 days will just now. confined to her room with malarial IiiNfltnt dead ofllce: sent Party to eradicate these be M. to the Mr. Utt:r Boyd, Mr. Mr. aud Mrs. Tilford, of near Crom- People's Will convene with Cool Springs fever, is improving. Mr, Frank J, Bishop, Miss Sallie Ford is in town the Church, Tuesday after the fourth Sun- - well, visited Mrs. Chinn, a sister of obstacles to progress. We further James Blacklock, Elbert Cordeu, E. dy in July, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. Mrs, Tilford, Saturday and returned find that every private pension bill R. Cobb, Mr. Willie Hudson, Charlie guest of Miss Abbie Smith. intending to stop with that is taken from the calendar and Hudson, Mr. J. Smith, ' Mr, Quint Sunday, Oma Smith entertained a few m., and continuing two days. Miss S. put upon its passage and come to a Taylor, M. Mrs, Williams, Miss Amy friends in Beaver Dam. I'KOCKAMMI?: of her many friends Monday night. Blacklock, Darrick, Miss Kate Mr. Charles Chinn and daughter vote that the Democrats and Popu1 ftenney, Miss Manole, Miss Emma unregenerated man rei. Can an Miss Onida Reld spent several days ' Nail, Miss EUa Simms, Mrs. E. last week with relatives in Owensboro. pent of his sins? J. S. Coleman. 2. Miss Era attended the closing exer- lists voting against the bill. W, II. GiUPfiN, The People's party reminds us of Walker. F. P. Stum and Mr, W. S. Heavenly recognition A. B. Smith. cises of the Beaver Dam School, Prof. Postmaster', Miss Lee Chinn, of this place a fireplace full of rousted chestnuts Gaines, wbobave been in Hartfordsev 3. The three rcssurrections D. J. where Hartford Republican FOR SALE BY ICE K. Maddox. 4. Duty of pastor to the church J, T. Casebier and T, M. Morton. 5. The Scriptural doctrine of the final perseverance of the saints G. W. Gordon. 6. What ought to bc done with a church that promises its pastor a salary and refuses to pay it? J. N. Jarnagin. 7. Best means to support church growth II. P. Brown. 8. Arc the churches doing their duty to the heathens? J. C. Davis and H. M. Hampton. 9 The duty of one called to the ministry Edgar Maddox and Lowry Tichenor, 10. What should we understand by the parable of the Ten Virgins? T. II. Balmain and Royal. We hope for a full attendance of ministers. Our meeting at Slaty Creek .Church was a very successful one. Cool Springs Church will spare no pains to make the coming meeting the most successful in the history of the Institute. Cool Springs cordially invited the session to meet with them. Invitations from churches for the following meeting will be duly G. W. Gordon, considered Chairman of Committee. has been attending for the past three months. She returned with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. lid Brown, Taylor Mines, are visiting the family of Mr, Chinn. Mrs. Bell Bullock is ill at this writing, also Mr. Joe Hill. Little Debbie Taylor, is visiting her cousin, Lclia Drake, near God-mathis week. Mr. T. R. Barnard made a trip to Muhlenberg Sunday to sec his mother, we presume. Mr. A. C. Moorman received a number of hogs aud cattle here last Friday although the prices arc so low B. farmers have to sell, .asrzsroxrisrcBE tsistt -- QF THE SUMMER NORMAL -- AT- - BEAVER DAM, KY. -- BEGINNING- TTTIfcTIE: AND.CCNT1NUING FOUR WEKKS. IESlVE-A.n.IS.S- litis, 1834:, i the people that they are worthy of their patronage. Do not dccicvc yourself by concluding you can review at home; all who have tried such work will testify to its great disadvantages aud most probable failure. We remember best what wc study for recitation nud discussion. The advantages to be derived ftom exchange of ideas, mind coming in contact with mind, and a general discussion of questions are almost incalculable. Excuses very low, Tuition for Board, $9.50; Entire Term, 00; Expenses, $13 50. The work will consist of Reviews of the Common Branches, Discussion of Methods, Lectures on Teaching aud all points of general interest to Teachers It is not designed only to satisfy the wants of those preparing to pass examination, but will be of luteicst and profit to all expecting to teach. It will also n fiord an excellent opportunity to any desiring to review for any course of Our school oflu'ers aud patrons arc demanding teachers ol enterprise and profes.Motml Ideas, aud tho.se exerting every effort to improve manifest to f TRACY & SON. E. R RAY, June (1. Afcr quite an absence we will send you a few items. Farmers are quite busy pieparing tobacco ground. Miss Ida M. Smith has returned from Indiana where she has been visiting relatives lor some time. Miss Bertha Riley and brother Gus spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr. Art Pirtle'H. The Sunday School at Alexander is on a boom. We have the most interesting school wc have ever had. They contemplate attending the Sunday School celebration which will be held at No Creek next Sunday. Miss Gertrude Mills is visiting friends at Stanley aud I Libit, I) mess Principal. QUARTERLY REPORT op xiu? liixntiitiioou. ig BANK o HARTFORD j j I Attho closo of Business on tbo 23d day of Docom bor, 1893. KUSOURCISS." g Ixius and discounts, less loans to Directors , , county. Mr Sam Lake, Hartford, spent day evening in Kiuderhook. 11 SunI r..i,i.i. Ma-bel- lc tu y. Hartford, Ky., a Rank located and doing business in the town of Hartford, in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing Rejort i$ iu all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Hank atthcclose of business on the 23d day of December, 1893. to the best of his knowledge andbclicl; and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the location named, anil D.MSV DltAXti. not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance with an IliiiMrN mill nnly IIouiI'n. official notice received from the SecAre you weak aud weary.overwork-e- d retary of State designating the 23d aud tired? Hcod's Sarsaparilla is day of December, 1H93, as the day on just the medicine you tucd to purify which such report shall be made. Subscribed and and quicken your blood and to by Sam K. Cox sworn to before trie the 28th day of give yon appetite aud strength. If 1893. O.H.Likk.ns.C.O.CC Sam K. Cox, President, you decide to take Hood's SarsapaJ. J. McIIknky, Director, rilla do not be induced to buy any " JoiikC. Thomas, other. Any effort to substitute anI. S. Coi.kman, ". other remedy is proof of the merit of Hood's Q UAliTERLY ltEPORT Ik-da- There were quite number of people attended the church dedicatiiou of the Rocky Valley Church last Sunday, dinner on the ground, and alt spent a pleasant day. The good people of the Washington neighborhood know how to m ike all ' have a pleasant time. Mr. I). MiIW was in Kiuderhook Sunday, he seems to be quite lonely Miss Inez. King and Virgil Sanderfur, No Creek, attended Suuday School at Alexander Sunday evening. Miss Lula Tanner has' rettuued to her home above Hartford after a wtek's visit to her sister, Mis. Allen Anderson. Miss Katie Coombs ami Mr George Hickcy, oi the Victory neighborhood, attended the church dedication Suuday. Miss Artie Bennett, Owensboro, is the guest of Miss Mattie Chinn, , at this writing. Moic when it happens. not included . Inanst to Oflicers Overdrafts, secured . . . Overdrafts, unsecured . Due from Nat. Hanks . , Due from Sl'e IIfks& il'k'rs Hanking house and lot . . Stocks and Honds , , . , Specie . I Currency Kxchangcs for Clearings , Other items carried as cash Taxes paid Current expenses . . . , Other assets, debts in suit loaus to Directors ... $63,304. 80 406.00 400.00 1,937.35 437.06 5,966.74 483.28 1,341.67 (officers 3000.00 2,718.78 2,260.00 2,145.59 1,367.49 1,000.00 145.97 1,088.50 698.54 Furniture nud fixtures . . f93.7oi.77 UAIUUTIKS. CapM stock paid in, in cash 530, 000. 00 , Undivided profits 7,418.97 Deposits suhjec to check (011 which in. is not paid . 56,069,79 Due National Itanki. . , . 81,63 Due Stite banks aud ban'is 131.38 ... Sam K. Countv ov Ohio. Cox, President of Hank Statu ok Kkntuckv, 593.701.77 ) Rw of V Hood's Pills ate the lcst Fills, assist digestion, cure headache. Try a box. nflcr-din-n- OF TUB Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At the Close of Business on 23d day of Decern- - T bor, 1893, I San-derlu- r, A Mother's Story Her Boy's Suffering AfUr Diphtheria Hood's Oavs Good Health and Strength r KESOUKCES. Loans and Discounts, less loans to Directors , .$54,127,50 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 600.00 Overdrafts, secured , . . 1,41200 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 Due from National Hanks 15,759.11 Due from State banks and Bankers 10800 Hanking house and lot , . t. 000.00 .Specie Ii39.97 Currency 5,017.00 Other items carried as cash 50.00 Furniture and Fixtures . , 1,500.00 Taxes paid 134.05 Current expenses 1,768.56 ... .... 185,443.67 LIABILITIES. - Capital stockpaidin(incash$25,ooo.oo Surplus lurid 5,250.00 Undivided profits , . . . 6,312,33 Due Dcpobitors 48,830.36 DueSt'te banks&St'te b'k'rs 50.98 "C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mmi Hood's Sariaptrltla run done to much for prat my boy that I with to uy a fw words f this wonderful medicine. Clifford was very III with dlpbtlterU and It left htm suffering with HrlRht's disease. Ho was very weak, poor la flesh and could hardly walk. Malaria fever soon overlook him and together with trouble with his liver, )M John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing busine3 in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement He Was In Much Misery. of the condition of the said bank at At last, almost drscoursged, I decided to havt the close ot business on the 23d day He lias takes him try Hood's Barsauarllla. only a few bottles, and yet It has done him more oi December, 1893, to the best of his good than all the previous medical treatment knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location nam-eand not elsewhere; and that' the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from Statu op Kentucky, County op Ohio. 185,443.67 ) i I and medlelnsi combined. Ho has regained strength and flesh aad looks quite healthy. II will always give us pleasure to tell others what ft valuable medicine ts Hood's Barsaparllla.' Mas. 0, W. Maklbtt, Carrollton, Kentucky. N. B, If you decide to take Hood's 8arsap rllla do not be Induced to buy any other. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES d, theSecretnry of State, designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on which such report shall be HeeeJ'S) Pm sure liver Ills, Jaundice, bis ousDess,st4kbea4aekeftadconsupattoo. He, made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John H. Barms, the 30th day of December, I893, Shrlby Taylor, Dcp. County Court Clerk. I. P., Hazard, President. R. P. IIockkr, Director. Jno. H. Barnks, " 4- - f MMHMMMMa N The Needy Serf"1'01'8' Mrs Jo n. Rogers is quite sick at her home hi 'the southern part of town. Miss Ilirtllc Nnll gave quite a pleasant entertainment to a few of her young friends last Thursday evening. Miss Mary Render, ol the Dallas, Texas, High School, will arrive at to spend vacation home with her lather's family. Mr. W. R. Homier, of Kvnnsvllle, arrived In town Tuesday to attend Col. the funeral oi his brother-in-law- , J. l Barrett. He will remain a week or two. CALL FOR OASHC THE GREAT ARMY ' OF THE UNEMPLOYED Causes much concern in the larger cities. Fortunately we do not feel the stress as . At Horlon last Saturday the Hor-tobase hall club defeated the Hartford's by a score of 36 to 21 Hartford will play the Mineral Springs afterclub at Centertown noon. n j keenly where here in Hartford, DOLLARS Are not worshiped as they There are in some places. is more charity here than in the great centers, and the human heart At Double-Quic- k Action at a tale of woe. Fair Co. realize that conBros. Better fidence is returning. times are dawning and the horded savings are going into circulation. On I Ol I lie I j Stocking Legs. Savings Banks. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, ftftlft m;w timk BfOS.eO., taiu.k. Mr. Ollie prop's. Master David Weaver, Kouisville.is in town. Rev. IK P. Brown, Rockport, called to see us yesterday. WKST. KI'ITCTIVKAVKII. 8, 1894,4:25 P- 11.48 a. m. No. 5, Mail 11:25 p.m. No. 7, Kim. Kx 4.35 P- No. 31, (Local) UAST. White, Kouisville, been in town this week. has Mr. M. Thorp, Pleasant Ridge, called to see us yesterday. Miss Sallie Quiscnberry is visiting friends and relatives in Central City. V 12:5011. in. No. 6, Mail Rev. R." A. Crowe will preach at 3:25 a. No. 8, Kim. Kx night at 7:30. Mt. Herman 5:54 a. No 32, Miss Mabel Reid, Rock port, visited H. Muriuck, Ag't, Heaver Dam. friends and relatives in town last week. PunAV.ItNi:8, 1894. Miss Karl Weaver, Kouisville, is in Scientists toll us that there town under the treatment of Dr. J. IK Pendleton. are 10 POUNDS OF GLUE In every man' body. Wo intend to ! Mr. and Mts. II. D. Ringo attended niMtlli of nl. Inlin 1. Itnrrclt. The people of our quiet.littlc town were made sad Sunday evening last, by the announcement ot the sudden death ol Col. John P. Barrett at his home on Clay Street. He had been somewhat indisposed for several days, but heart failure ended all very suddenly on the beautiful sabbath day, at 2 o'clock. Col. Barrett was n remarkable man, possessing talents of a very high order, had a loity sense of honor and in business tact was seldom excelled. He was born May 7, i8ji, on a farm near Banetts Ferry, where he lived until his majority, when he came to Hartford and accepted a position in the store of his uncle, Mr. William Barrett. He was engaged in business at Calhoou for a time, but in the early years of the sixties he came back to Hartford, where he continued to reside until his death. By his many good qualities he soon endeared himself to a large circle ot friends and early in life he entered upon one of the most brilliant political careers in the history o( local pol itics In 18678 he was Deputy Sheriff under Sheriff John A.Taylor and was elected to the position of High in 1870. Sheriff in 186S and His majorities were very large, showing his great popularity. In 1875 Col. Barrett bought an outfit and began the publication of The Hartford Herald, soon making it one of the foremost county papers in the State. He continued in the newspaper business until 111 18S6, when he sold the Herald to Messrs. Rhoads & Felix. He has been a very successful Fire and Kifelnsurancemanand at the time of his derth had paid up policies amounting to $7,000 During the twelve years of Judge K. P. Kittle's service on the bench in this Di&trict, Col. Barrett filled the office of Master Commissioner with marked ability. On May 15, 1866 he was married to Miss Mattic Bonner, of Calhoon. This proved a happy union, for both the contracting parties were of superior intelligence and itfi cnentj the wife entering with great zeal and effect into the lilcwork of hcrhusband. To them were born two exceedingly bright children, but death called them away in early childhood. The funeral exercises were conducted at the home by Rev. K. IK Pate Monday evening and at 3 o'clock the remains were laid to rest in the South Hartford Cemetery beside the departed little ones. Death may take the body away, but good works endure forever. the Kentucky Press Association at Frankfort this week. Mrs. Kizzie G. Walker, of ville, is the guest of Dr. Alexander and family this week. Kouis- To the following low prices, if it uses ' up our entile supply: $ tadlts glove grain 1 2S KadiesDongola . . 1.75 Kadiescloth.top Dongola Indies hand sewed (the best) . . 3 x A big lot of old ladies shoes to ,' close out 75 Udies Oxford PatentTips x.po . Oxford Patent Tips Indies 1.25 Kadies Tan Oxford . i.oo Kadies Russet Oxfords Red Slippers (with bows) 1.50 Udics Misses Red Slippers (with bows) 1 00 1.50 Kadies Dlueher Tie Kadies Oxford Patent Tips . . 1.25 1.50 Ladies Strap' Sandals, Oxfords, old colors, 80c to 90c Misses Children's Shoes, 75c, $i.oo, $1.25 Job lot of boys shoes (Congress) for f 1.00 sixes from 3s to 5s. i75 Men's Tan Shoes Dong, (extra fine) 1.85 Men's low-cu- t Men's fine shoes from $i.oot $1.25. $1.50, 3.oo. $2 75 and $3 00. Our $yS Rest hand-seweMen's plow shoes, $t.oo, $1.25 P , We havn't space to mention prices on other shoes, but will say that we are headquarters and guarantee goods, quality and prices the lowest. Qome to us if you need Footwear. Marriage license: J A Barnes to Miss Nannie Coleman, James Holmes Cummins to Miss Tula Pendleton, C. ... ... J, C, Woodward, Kinderhook, will leave Monday for Doniphan, Mo , where hcvexpccts to engage in the blacksmith business. The funeral oi John H. Wright will be preached at Scbroader School house the 3rd. Sunday' in July at eleven o'clock by Rev. R. F, Romans, . a . At n meeting ol the members of the bar held nt court hall, Monday, June 4, to take action relative to the death of Col. John P. Barrett, K. D. GulTy was chosen Chairman and B. (. S. Glenu, J, D. Ringo Secretary. S R. Wedding and B.D. Ringo were appointed a comuuttecou resolutions, and it was ordered that the bar attend the funeral in a body, wearing the usual badge of mourning, J.S.Glenn, B. D. Ringo, John P. Morton, M. K. Heavrin, F. K. Felix and Jo. B. Rogers were chosen to act as and the following resolutions were adopted: pall-bearer- s, HKSOLUTIONS Ol' THR IIAR. Our iellow townsman, C. P. Wes ter field, was one of the lucky guessers wetuuer guess in me ing contest lor the month of March He received $16.67 I - The funeral of Weaver Johnson will be preached at SchroadcrSchoolhouse on 3rd. Sunday in June at eleven o'clock by Revs. J. B, Perryman and R. F. Romans. It comes pretty straight that Beav- er Dam is to be made the division of the C. O. & S. W. Railroad, and that the yard and machine shops are to be moved from Central City to Beaver Dam in the near future. Who says Ohio county isn't climbing! The advertisement of' the Mc Henry Manufacturing and Machine Company elsewhere in these columns merits special consideration on the THE SHOBIST. part of the people. The gentlemen composing this company not only Mrs. G. IK Thomson, Horton, is deserye the esteem of the public or here uuder treatment of Dr. A. B. their enterprise but1 should receive a ' large patronage as well. Daird SCHAPMIRE, " 'mm - vr Joe and Gray Patks, two cousins Messrs. W. D. Kuce and U, S. Car to Keitchfield and prominent citizens of Hayti, bad son made n flying trip a difficulty last Saturday evening last Sunday. t over an account. They had a knock For Champion and Peering Mowers, down affair of it for a time in which & Reapers and Hinders, go to Taylor Final Joe came out second best. Co,, Beaver Dam, Ky, ly Joe got his shot gun and fired at Gtay but missed him. Gray made Hon. T J. Smith returned Sunday for his pistol but as be returned he offrom Washington, where! be was et in the 'way by a bullet w fered the position of Assistant The ball took iron) Joe's rifle House, but which he the effect In Gray's arm but declined. wound inflicted was not serious, was Misses Kate Jones and Sallie Wil- After several delays Joe's trial of Graysoacounty's most set tor Wednesday when he was held son, two 106 bond to await the popular youngjsdieei, after spending over underf of Mrs. Jo. action of the Circuit Court. Gray's a week in town the guests trial is set for B. Rogers have returned home. -- Death having again entered the ranks of this bar and removed from earth to the final judgment one of the oldest members in point of service as a lawyer and an officer of this court, it is fitting that wc, hjs and friends, offer this tribute to his memory and assemble together to pay the last offering about his bier. Therefore RcsoiA'nb, That in the death of Col. John P. Barrett, who departed this life at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, June 3, 1894, this bar Jost one of its ablest members and the community a good .and useful citizen and the court nn ofilcerwho in every position given to his keeping had served it faithfully and well. Rksoi.vkd, That his death removes a man from public life who was true U the obligations of office, loyal to his clients as a lawyer and faithful to every trust reposed in him. Resolvrd, That unto the will of Him who doeth all things well, we bow in humility as we surrender into Ills hands our comrade and friend. We,will cherish the memory of his many noble traits of character as an officer, a lawyer and as a man. Rksolvkd, That to his wife, who has been the faithful sharer of his life so long nnd who has shown herself so true a companion and wife, and to his family we extend the sincerest sym- pathy, . Rksolvkd, That a copy of these proceedings be furnished to his bereaved wife and a copy to each of our .county papers and that these resolutions be spread upon 'the minutes of the court3 of the county, J, S. R. Wkpdino, J. S. Glunn, . w. Com t imii, j vv AM Not only was the marriage of Mr. &Co. of Memphis,, Holmes Cummins, Mrs. J, S. Coleman is slowly im- Tenu,, to Miss Tula Pendleton at the residence of Dr. J. E. Pendleton, on proving. ... . . -- ....,,.. Tuesday one of the most pleasant Prices cut to the little cud of profit of recent social events, but it was at Catson & Go's. easily the most brilliant wedding ever Bring your Bacon, Kard, Feathers celebrated in Hartford. It seemed and Ivggs to Carson & Co. that alt that art and nature could do A friendly word: Carson & Co. to beautily the stately residence had been done. The rooms were tastefully have a nice lot of seed potatoes. festooned with ferns and flowers and Children's Day nt No Creek prom- nestling there in its cluster of trees, ises to be a very successful affair. the mansion greeted the glad rays Dresses for summer make the ladies of the bright sunshine as though itsing songs of praise for Carson & Co. self aware of the happy union soon to be solemnized within its walls. Carson & Co. have made prices that The invited guests arrived at about will turn their surplus stock into ' hour in social to:3o,and spent cash. enjoyment. At it o clock Prof. GusMr. Kouis Ashby nnd sister, Miss tavo Frese, of Kouisville, began the Maggie, Rockport, were in town wedding march and the bride nnd yesterday, groom entered preceded by Dr. J. S. Wash goods nt prices in harmony Coleman, little Miss Sallie Taylor with all the other bargains at Carson very prettily filling the .place of maid of honor. In a few, yet highly ap& Co's. propriate words Dr. Coleman proYou should read the "adv." of nounced the beautiful ceremony, Schapmire, the shocist. He offers presenting the wedding ring. some more bargains. The artistic manner in which Mr. Ernest Ross, colored, confessed a Gustave Frese played "The bridal fine of $5 and cost in the Police court chorus from Kohengrin," as the bridal party entered the room, "The Wednesday for breach of peace. Dimes of cash are just now better Traumrei," during the ceremony and than dollars of merchandise and Car- afterwards Mendelsshon Wedding son 6: Co. are pushing their sales on March," was gratifying to all present, being an example of that which Is that plan. sweetest and most beautiful in music. Friday night as Mr. A. Matthews After congratulation of friends the was going to the Commencement doors of the capacious dining hall he fell on the Court House were thrown open nnd a delightful steps and was painfully hurt. He is now breakfast was served. Caterer Klien somewhat better. lent all his energies to make the reIn accordance with a custom very past a most appropriate and . pleasing A properly observed by the churches of one and right well did he succeed. Hartford in deference to their various Champagne flowed freely and the revivals no services will be held at good cheer ot that hours' refreshing the Baptist Church Saturday evening enjoyment will linger long in the minds of the participants. The brior Sunday. dal cake was a thing of rare beauty A writer on the theme of economy and excellence. It was composed of in living during the present hard two pieces in the shape of hearts , times as a test says: "How can we re- joined by an arrow, the whole sur, construct our system of living?" The mounted and decorated by cuplds. best way we know of is by trading At 12 o'clock the bridal party took with Carson & Co. leave of the iamily and guests and The disgraceful old court yard fence were driven to 'Beaver Dam where has been torn away, and smie they took the train to Kouisville, in the much needed white washing done, so private car of Gen. John Echols, who everythat one would scarcely recognize the was in attendance. The young people from Kouisville goto New York place Now lets have the old yaid wall torn down, the yard enlarged two feet aud the eastern cities and other on three si les, a new iron fence built points of interest, returning to their satand the miserable old out buildings future home in Memphis about the 25th. replaced with something decent. The bride is one of Kentucky's The ltevttnl nt Ilrnver nam. The big tent at Beaver Dam is fairest young women and never lookcrowded at every night j.ervice and ed more exquisitely beautiful than on her wedding day. She has had splendid well filled at each day service Rev. Kerr and his able corps of opportunities and has profited by assistants arc doing a great work for them. Her beauty, her rareintellect-ua- l gifts and her many womanly virtues Beaver Dam. The preaching and singing arc very effective and the will ive her high rank in the society power of God accompanies both. of her southern home. The groom is McHESHT CO., Already there have been a dozen or a young man of strong mind and high character, standing in the very foremore conversions and still there are quite a number of anxious seekers. front of the young business men of the South. Many are the wishes folKet the good work go on. mm lowing the happy couple and bidding (ihcorpobatbd) Hrn Untie Kin eb lit Dead them God's speed on their way to all S. Smith, Pres't. D. S. Dunoax, Seo'y & Trcas. J. Tuesday morning Dr. K.4K Pen- joy and happiness attainable. dleton received a telegram from his Visitors from other places Mrs. wife in Tallapoosa, Ga.( stating that Holmes Cummins, Miss Cummins, her sister, Mrs. Katie Kin Nesbitt, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. Gustave Frese( was dead. She had been suffering Misses Sidney and Keafy Nail, Col I. from pulmonary troubles for some B, Nail, Gen. Echols, Kouisville; Mr, months but her death was not J. W. Paine, Virginia; Mr. Harry expected so soon. She was well Shanks, Kouisville; Messrs David and known here, where her father, Mr.W. Kogan Cummins, Memphis, Tenn.; Ky.f Ky., or Evansvilto, T. King, lived for a number of years Mrs. A. J. Casey, O.vensboro; Mrs. and all knew her but to love her. In Kizzie Walker, Kouisville; Misses Kula 1892 she was married to Mr. Nesbitt. and Bessie Cox, Heflin; Kittle Annie TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT. The funeral took place Tuesday evenKaura Nail, Owensboro. B0WLIN8 GREEK SOUTHERN ing. Mrs. Pendleton had been in atOthers present Mr and Mrs. S. tendance on Mrs. Nesbitt for several K. Cox, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ford, weeks and is expected home in a few Mrs. Ann Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. K. mmmmm mmmwwn days. IN tar. BSTAM.ISMK P. Foreman, Mr. and Mrs. Jo. B. Rogm MtLIN MEER NSNKSS MLUK. I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL, ers, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ringo, Mr. The llnrtforil Revival. Kagltsh, Ttschen', Scientific, snd Classic and Mrs. J. J, Mc Henry, Mr. and Mrs, According to announcement the Covrtes. If sale Art. sad Elocution provldi for. ijom rates o! board ana tuition. Send for revival at the Methodist Church W.T.Hayward,Mr.and Mrs. H. P.Tay- snyttiqp. Send (or cstolone. cauiofte, tsTTUnUoB Oowse dsstrsd. Aaircts OUUY MOfW rropTi,BoTrtiac Oreem.Sy. began Sunday night, Rev. Pate lor, Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Griffin, Misses preaching. On Monday Rev. J. W. Annie Griffin, Maggie Nail, MaryTay-lor.Salli- e Gate Jessie and Mary Smith, Bingham arrived nnd took charge of Unheard el Exearslen Offer. The season of the year when the A trip to Louisville and return. A the meeting. He is a man of fine Mabel Hubbard, Mattie Bennett, Salintellect and and brimful of religion. lie Taylor, Messrs. Jim Willianis,Ran-dal- l ticket to the Revolutionary Spec- -' aarmers need reapers and mowers is Collins, Robert Walker and Dr. tacle, Atnericus, And a chance to $300 approaching and we wish to call the His discourses are listened to with increasing interest and he is pro- E. B. Pendleton. in gold, all torfc from Hartford,Ky., attention of the people to the fact tha on the St John's Day League Excur- we are prepared to give them in this, nounced one of the most wonderful Tent Meeting- - nt Benver Bam, divines who ever visited the town. The tent meeting, conducted by sion June 25th. for the benefit of the as well as all of our lines, the very He has a style peculiar to himself and Rev. D. P. Kerr, assisted by other Masonic Widows' and Orphan' Home best bargains. We handle the renowned Champion and Deering he sways his vast congregation with noted ministers, is still growing in via. the CO.&S W. R. R. his' simple pathos aud impassioned interest. Beaver Dam was never beTickets now on sale by the agent of mowers, reapers and binders. Give Taylor & Co. , eloquence. fore so shaken as at the present. The the C. O. & S. W. Railroad, and as us a call. Beaver Dam, Ky. The meeting continues to grow earnest appeals made by Rev. Kerr, the chance to win premiums aggrein interest and widen in influence are listened to by large congregations gating $1,000 in Gold 'expires on raievAUtn tsetusm and it is hoped a great work may be and are irrcsistable. Hisseimons are pmidnight of June 33d and coupons wrought. plain and pointed anoV have the "old should be forwarded to the Masonic time" ring. Many have expressed Widows and Orphans' Home at LouisMnnnnlc Barbeeue at I.onUvllle ville by that time, tickets should be The Kouisville, St. Kouis & Texas the desire to lead a better life. Up to will make rate date 1 have professed saving faith in secured at once. Railway Company For further particulars sec adverGREAN of one fare for the round trip from all fchrist Our christian people have all fallen into line, and are working tising bills or call on the agent of the stations on main line, Henderson to Howard inclusive, on June 24th, and harmoniously for the glory of pod, C. O. & S. W. Railroad. T. B. Lynch, G. P. A. morning train of 25th, account of St. and it is expected ere the close oi this FOR YEARS meeting that scores will be brought Johns Day, tickets good returning up Miss Johnston, of Sulphur Springs, Hm all Worm to the fold oi Christ. toandincludingJune27th. For further and Miss Mary Park, Beda, gave us a EVERT BOTTLE GUARANTEED. These ministers of God are having information call on agent or address pleasant call Monday evening. SOLD EVERYWHERE. wonderful success. Wherever they sy aicaisseoi sraictn co.. er. tons. HCMordub, AG PA., have gone good results havefollowed. Go to Pace's for a shave. Kouisville, Ky. We believe that they were divinely IT. A. Careen J 1h Cavmea, sent to our town, and it seems that society are oaths our people were thirsting for fold They iMrmt time religion" as tbese brethren have ssssm to t rlv no compromise to make with forms 11, but they at and names, and claim that the truth mot, Vvary of God can make men free. moremeat has These brethren have many invitaIts eoauecmeao. y look Ths "fe4H bee drinking tions to hold revival meetings at othCareful Estimates made on all Carer points. They will go from this IriTUL UU followed by the "iU"et kidney disease, as a direct eomaeqmeaee. pentering and Building. Terms reaplace to Central City, and we predict And thai UnrftrirWL That aeaae the sonable. Hartford, Ky. a great revival there. grate and Is solesaa. The sUaattoa would be truly alarming aid threaten Oni; for Christ. M mot the extinction ol WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO ler two thing. rnr pent. GALLON There Is always hope ol vtormm L Store room, only $io per month. t&om fas the hearts et the people. Whem The J. B Bean, old stand, best the dangerous Increase of kidney disfmenu thehaftrfro bflMOHC thin. C&dAd. location in town for grocery or feed ease is suflele&tly somaded, there will xacs 3jc oxo3tJLaraKaBJSt he reform This will assmre fatmre store. Address, generations tm Ha Forth finntand Mott ArtUtie Worh, L. B. Bhan, ft. As to the eJUeted ol to4ayt a MM, MS urlinfe, Hartford, Ky. knowledge ol Dr. Tenner's Xldmey ami mytiaeorityU. Fnderica St,t Miami tf 6mS7 Baekaehe Care will restore all who are Sni mi 4th. toMft "'T T. Mitchell and D, S. Dun- adroit eaoagm t resort te Ms mee hesesws, Rev. J. todoi week-meskMM can, McHenry, called to see us while it la too late. Also eares female life. It XT IJC vvm9 hiatfL ai hiart disease, rsetraUsi and all Per Heat, OHM? eool, BOHli H o9vmji blood diseases. It will neither aeeeive in town Saturday. A good brick store house in HartmordUappolnt Uiamee4taheahetUe Apply ford, Ky. Will rent cheap. fetef Mr. James Catt, Owensboro, spent hosae with yoa detgems. Ifomey ritsalil iff eataw tto J. W. Ford or T. J. Smith. 43 4t M4 Vf Bnwfct ta4 Ttrtut town. he first of the week in feetloaaot giteav -- For seed Irish Potatoes sec Carson I ftiAft I A I n viiiiiiiiiii"! riiuiriuii 4 4tkt i .. HOCKER & CO S, MILLINERY Desire to call attention to the specialties in New Dress t CLOTHIN G. These are especially adapted to the summer trade and we have the prices that will tell. We mean what we say. A visit to our house will pay, in fact'we guarantee satisfaction. Some specialties on the BARGAIN COUNTER. 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A Tlrlcf IfUlnry of ttic Six Southern Democrat Who Form the rrciiit Mnjorltjr Where Thry Itatl Ircim unit tho Conntlt-tiniri- o Tliry )Cr ir nrnt When tho Democrats camo into power in tho honso of representatives in tho Forty-fourtcongress, they began to Bchemo for tho undermining of tho protective) fonudntiou of our industrial They failed Blgimlly for a number of yeans becau.o they were not ablo to accomplish iu tho wiynnpd means h bys-tecom-mitto- o that which itww poslblo for them to accomplihh on tho lloor of tho house. When tho Fiftieth congress their plniw were completed, and they secured that long wished foradvun-tngin tho organization of thowayn and o means committee. First of all, let ua kco who constituted tho ways and moans committee of tho hout-cFirt wo had Mills of tho great agricultural state of Texas a Btato renowned all oAcr tho laud forthooxalted character of its citizens and tho magui-tudof its Democratic majorities; of Tennev-w- have been ended by death. Here is the list with the vote each received. George Washington, 8,294; Abraham Lincoln, 8,232; Ulysus S. Grant, Benjamin Franklin, 7,660; 8,068; Daniel Webster, 7,932; Thomas jeflcr son, 7 60S; Henry Clay, 7,530; Henry Wi Longfellow, 7,392; Willliam T. Sherman, 6,840 Robert Pulton, 6,742; Samuel P. B, Morse 6,720; John (5. Whitticr, 6,522; Washinton Irving 6,iHo; Patrick Henry, 5,946; Alexander Hamilton, 5,515! Ralph Waldo Hoi ace , Greeley, Kmerson, 5,190; 5,148; Henry Ward Ikccher, 4.944 Andrew Jackson, 4.554? James A Garfield, 4.536; . Nathaniel Hawthorne, 4,582: Win, Cullen Bryant, 4.4 o; John Adams 4,538; Phillip H. Sheri dan, 4.260; Cyrus W. Field, 4.230: James Russell Lowell, 4.1 28; Robert K.Lee, 4,038; John C. Calhoun, James G. Blaine, 3,942; Kli Whitney. 3,901; David G Paragut, 3,846; Winfield Scott, 3.786; George Bancroft, 3,210; Oliver Hazinl rerry, 3,180; Charles Sumner, 2,892; Noah Webster, 2,886; John Hancock, 2,796; Udwin Booth, 2,706; J. Fcnimorc Cooper, 2,624; John JJuincy Adam?, 0; MR. CKCll. JtHODES, Oaroor of a Typloil Eiifflloh Ruler In South Africa. lltgAtt u a tMlnrr In the Olunmmt rielil No Trttatlnn Without Itfirr4rnt itlnn VilfltU nflrrnt Influenco In the I'rumltr I. lie, ' average heart Impulse was found to bo 108 beats per minute. , HOKE SMITH IS "SUCK." I o u 2,568. Breelciuridgo of Arkansas BreeMuridgo of Kentucky, Turner of Gcorgin, Wilcon of West Virginia ami Scott of Pennsylvania. Of tho entire Democratic majority on thi committee thero was just ono northern man Scott of Fehiisylrania. It is needless to nay anything a to tho Republican minority, for they wero entirely ignored by tho majority. No member of that minority eer paw tho MHN bill or knew anything an to its pioNioiMitinil it was ready to Ki sprung upon tho houc. Tho bill wiw entirely a outhern produetiou, after houthern ideas and born of souihern methodAlthough tho 31111 bill failed in tho houo of its friends the Democrats worn not discouraged. In tho organization of tho cougioss which they next controllctl, .Mr. Springer of Illinois, a northern Democrat, stood in tho way of accomplishing tho full purpose of tho southern Democracy, and tariff legislation again failed, but with tho congress organization of tho Fifty-thirtho southern scheme was again put iu operation. Tho organization of tho committee on way mid means being molded by Mr. CrUp iu tho interest of his southern friends wo find that a majority of tho 11 Democrats composing that corumittco nro southern mm, representing a houthern constituency, among whom thero emi bo found but little, if any of tho great interest?, which usually center in tho committee on ways and means of tho honso of representatives. Tho chairman of the committee, Mr. Wibiii, lives iu Charlestowu, W. Vo., a vulago of 2,:J37 inhabitants, separated by all the natural conditions of an agricultural country from the great manufacturing aud industrial interests of tho United State. Mr. MeMillin of Tennessee, whoso homo is iu tho village of Carthage, n town of 178 inhabitants, no doubt represents a fairly southern constituency, fo far as intelligence and thrift ore concerned, but they have nei-. Fifty-second d 'riuWti unit IVIiorefiire. There is nothing marvelous iu the fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla should cure so many diseases. When you remember that a majority of the disorders "flesh is heir to1 arcMluc to impure or poisonous condition of the blood, and that Hood's Sarsaparilla is an effective nnd radical blood puri-tiethe whole thing is explained. Besides its blood purifyingqualitics, Hood's Sarsaparilla also contains the best known vegetable stomach tonics, diuretic, kidney remedies and liver mvigorants, and is thus an excellent specific for all disorders of these organs, as well as for low condition of the system, or That Tired Feeling. r, One advantage with small fruits is that they can be raised while one is waiting for the trees to come into bearing. On new farms this is often quite an argmne'nt in their favor. "Is this hot enough for you?" is a silly question; but if you meet n man who complains of suffering from the heat, ten to one you will find, on inquiry, that he docs not use Aycr's Sarsaparilla to tone up his system nnd free his blood from irritating humors. When the ground is worked to, a fine condition the roots penetrate the soil more easily, secureagreater share of plant food, grovv mote rapidly ther industrial norcommeicial interests which would naturally impel Mr. MeMillin to a broad or generous treatment of huch a question as u national tariff. Mr. Turner of Georgia comes from a great agricultural center of Georgia, ro biding in the tovui of Quitman, with a population of 1,608. Why Mr. Turner should bo sehxited as n member of the ways and means committee ceitahily cannot bo because of tho constituency that ho represents. It must bo tho theories that ho has advanced from tinio to time that have placed him upon this committee. Mr. Breckinildgoof Arkansas comes from tho little city of Pino Bluff, situated on tho White river, in northern Arkansas. If a comiuhion had gone in seaich of ono ho isolated by provincial surroundings as to mako it impossible for him to understand what the great needs of tho great manufacturing industries of tho United States are, a dweller of this town might fitly answer tho purpose, but equally ho may lu tho case of Mr. Montgomery of Kentucky, who is a resident of tho villago of Elizabeth-towa place having a population of 2,2t0. Ho way 1x5 said to represent purely an agricultural district. Mr. Tarsuoy of Missouri resides in tho only city of importance represented by tho Democratic majority. So far as its freo trade proclivities oro concerned, Mr. Tarsuey no doubt was selected becauso of tho iewH which ho maintained, which wero in pcifcet harmony with thoo of Wilson, MeMillin, Turner, etc. These six gentlemen constitute a woik-in- g majority of tho ways and means committee and nro responsible for tho Wilson bill as it was brought forth and pressed tluough tin house of lepresenta-tlves- . than when but slight cultivation is given the soil. Careful cultivation thus increases the yield of crops by affording greater feeding capacity to the roots of the plants. At the fust indication of disorder, the deranged or enfeebled condition of the stomach, liver, or bowels, should be promptly rectified by Ayer's Cathartic Pills. These Pills do not gripe, are perfectly safe to take, and remove all tendency to liver and bowel complaints. Horses are cheap now, and farm labor is comparatively dear. There is no use in hiring n man to work with horses and then give him a team 'that will need to rest at every bout with the plow or harrow, A three-horsmore team will usually do work at either of these operations than will a team having only two horses. e one-third It is more important to retain moisture in the soil than td endeavor to get rid of it. Drainage is essential for removing the excess of water in the lower soil, but to retain the water near the surface for the use of plants is important, This may be done by kcepitig the soil constantly loose with the cultivator the fine soil surface serving ns a covering, or mulch, and thereby preventing rapid on-th- evaporation, Tin ro never has hten a thno in tho history oi tho United States osiecially since the destruction of shvvciy, when tho great ways and means committee was placed in the hands of tho free trado element of the house by tho speaker, apparently with design, ns it was done iu Wo are leaping tho present instance. tho result in the business uiFairs of tho United States, and wo shall couttnuo to feel theeinbariMsmeuthof this sectional method of legislating Vthilo the solid south continues to dominate the housp of lenresentativeH. Tho finance commit tie of tho sen a to is compos d of six Democrats and five KepubllcaUR Of tho six Democrats four ate irom tho south and two from northern suites. Tho subcommittee placid iu rimi.40 of tho tariff bill was Vaueo of Noitji Carolina, Vest of Missouri and Tones of AiUansas. Here wero three full s Hedged southern tree traders whoso it was to shape tho tariff measme so tli.it every southern interest might'bo fully satisfied. Fxom the timo tho bill came to tho senate until it was reported no lUpublleiui over saw It, and it Is doubtful whether nuy 1101 them Demo-ciatlsenator had an opportunity to kugw what changes had becu nuulo hi the same, Tho people of tho 1101th ami vest, who control uiuoteuths of till tho industrial iuteiests of this (country, want to know aud shall continue to ask for information until some man wise enough and bold enough can explain why this great industrial measure should bo turned over to three men Mho represent tho least possible industrial interest tlut any tlue-- states in the Union contain. Tho cry of tho south for 25 years has Ucu that they have paid tribute to tho north by reason of protection ever sinco too KepulilteaiiH came iu power iu 1801, Their open declarations to destroy tho protective system iu tho inteiot of cheap labor iu the south is the only answer known to exist. hurl-nt'se We have recently prepared Books the above, especially adapted to "Home Study." 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Available for tho bureau to IsMto a peiinion for virile nnd striking figure bus boon tho rating of tho local The Philadelphia Times has a only $0 when i?U or to reject ono brought very prominently before tho board wiw for world of lato by droll storv about, n certain "funny when tho local hoatd had rated tho wnr in South Africa. Resinning man1 whose name i familiar to those for $S or $10 nor month. But if there who read the :oinie papers of the bono rating of tho local Kurds in tho ns an individual miner iu the diamond fields he showed groat tenuclty day. Ho was making a deposit of way tho whole matter of disability or no nnd energy, and rapidly developed some cheeks at his bunk when the disability, mid if of disability of In with tho hoard, of medical remarked: that instinct for organisation nnd receiving-telle- r in tho reunion ofdee, who nvo "Oh, well, Mr. U , I suppose management which has now become consolMines don't affect men of immediately under tho hand of thumb the hard bis great talent. He rapidly ministration, and pensioiirt aw tmued idated tho mining interests of his your profession? People must luvvo out or refund altogether, according to into one great concern, poetry, I take It. district of the ntnuwphotv iu tho ih.ii tho cheerfully. tdon oulee no, the pension fnc7tr.,f which Is probably the most exten"Yes" said Mr. sive mining company In the world. "Wo poets thrive iu bard times or Ho found a lino way to do thi, however, by a now oiiler limiting tho auJle bad the vulunblequality of inspir- easy times.' "I presume so," continued tho thority of tho local examining IhuhIs ing men with confidence, not only In his judgment and ability but in hi teller. "It must be a pretty good and prohibiting them frouunting appljjreat schemes, and was speedily business. I imagine that a jHiem of icant. is entirely new. Always here"Thiit recognized ns u natural leader. Nine yours must be good for a hundred tofore in tho hMoiy of the bureau tho loyears ago it i sakl that In the oillee dollar anvwhere vou please to offer cal boards have not only given niluutu of a merchant he laid bis hand upon It." nnd careful description of tho condition thoughta map of Africa, covering the censaid Mr. R of tho claimants but with tho law f them, tho schedule of rutin)? Hurt tral portion from the Cape of Good fully. "Oh, of Mure, of course," by thohutoau U'foru them, and tho man Hope to the Zambezi river, saying: he added. Two days later he went into the himself Ih'fore them, they h.ne gleu All that for England; that is my dream.1' And what bo did with the bank again, and handed a deposit their opinion us to the degree of his disability. It has always till now beui mining Interests he has now done rllp to the teller. It read thus: thought by tho pension authorities tint fMlt with the race and international in- Chcckt.1. ...ft ...... .. the opinion of tho local Ixurd, with ;. terests. He fcis convinced the Eng- 1'oL.r um their better opportunltim for knowing lish of the Capo aud the Root's of the exact condition of tho applicant, bettM tho Transvaal that their interests s Hut Mr. 1J showed ing informed, as they are, by tho eye, arc idcntleal; and there is now In a dopo.-dof only fifty dollars and tho greatest of all Instructors was to great weight in tlxhig the rate southern Africa but one party, the ninety cents. of iH'iwiou to which ho was entitled. new Africander party, and Mr. Tried by His Peers. Though not conclusive niton tho bureau, .Rhodes is not only the bead but the It lias always Uhii thought to lv the Is well for a speaker to know creator of it. The war with Loben-ful"It very IW light It had. In the wry nawhere his peroration Is going to end ture of things it is tho lest guide they has been almost entirely managed from the Cain. When the when he begins, said E. R, Harper, havo iu determining hero in tho oMce trouble began Mr, Rhodes declared of Denver. "I heard a young lawyer tho dogieo of that nianVdiMbllity, who that ho did not want n single red- make his maiden speech. It was iu is huudieds, lvrhaps thousands of miles coat and that he intended to erinh defense of a fellow who was about away, mid whom no one lino in tho the Mntabeles without adding a arrested on the charge bureau has ever seen. Hat now tho only penny to the burdens of the British of stealing a hog, the young attor- suigious who have seen the applicant uiadoniHTsonalcx-.imitMtiono- f him taxpayer; aud now that tbU result ney having beoii' appointed by the and forbhhk? to aro uiv nnvthiug about tho lms been substantially accomplished court. His defense was that his degree of his disability." he declares that the burden having clbut was an idiot, and unable to (VrttfU'iito of lluiitir. been local the rewards should be local distinguish between right aud A rciulou l also. In other words, the English wrong. He closed a flowing speech The Congressional Hecorrt thus reports a paago in tho hpetch of Dan W.engh with a peroration like this: 'Gentlepeople at the Cape nrogolnK to manage their own affairs, and If England men of the jury, look at my client. cf Indiana in tho house: I want to say, hero and now, in my attempts to impose a policy from That low, receding forehetA those rather London upon them thero arc very hwterlets ivn, portend that he uu placo on this lloor, that I would ecrtltl-catIn) tho iossespor of tho frank intlmatious that the United deprived by nature of the'powor to isMiiil to tho humhW of all IndiStates of South Africa may come dlstlngtihh right from wrong, igno- ana soldiers than to bo tho pus!or nf rant of the distinction which exists tho liiglut conuuisslou issued iu thu into existence. between his own properly and that armies of treason and Mr. Rhodes believes in the maniagaiunt ApphiUMj on tho Hi puh-I- f fest destiny, not of the English of other. To him, as to the My country. cau pide.l old child, whatever ho wants sovereigns, but of the Of couimj the npphiUR) was "on tho race, to control the globe. He and tan roach belongs to hlin; he has the English love of order and knows neither why It does nor why Kepubllean side." Tho senrinteut was with it could respect for the law and the English It docs not. Hut, gentlemen of the such thatftilcnco onlo reeihed only side, freezing tho Democrat lo are the institutions of this hatred of anarchy and of license in jury. nil its forms, flo believes profoundly our free n:d glorious country that mt1 mt'iit nnd Wncr. In as Ids gift of ten mv client, idiot though be is, stands Ponuvlvatda employs tneto K"ople in by a jury of his thoshops aud factories than the l.'E south thousand pounds bterllng to Mr. for a trial rn htatis couibhurt. PeuuhanlapaK Pnraell suDiclently evidenced, and p vts.' The crlprit got the full limmore wages to hdr than all tho stales as his declaration to Mr. Gladstone it of the law." of thosouth. MasNaehusi'ttssp-'inlsiunrthat the day of taxed republics withThe Attractiwo uioutty iu wages than all the southern out representation in the taxing aslun states combined, but Tho French novelists, who profess sembly has gone by forever sufbut two votes In thu United States ficiently shows. He Is a KreaCpowcr tn know more about the fair sex than while tho MUithern states combined dealing with rough conditions with anybody else, have come to a sub- hao in;. o firm hand and apparently with a stantial agreement upon the propoWliere tin Vnten Couu l'ront statesmanlike purpose. It U said of sition that woman Is at her moat atTen iit cent of thoiaanufaeturing inhim that he cares nothing for money tractive, and, therefore, most danterests of the Uiiltirt States control 2P except as an Instrument to his gerous age when she has reached tnio trade votes In tho United States The Review of thirty. They laugh to scorn the Pvnate, while Piiaisylvania, with tw higher ambitions. Reviews described him not long ago budding chat ins of the young miss, vote iorproteetiui, lepresriitsagrealir as having the face of a Ca?sar, the and uro equally contemptuous of amount of industrial interests. ambition of a Loyola and the wealth the wiles of th sirens of forty or TniiisMirtHtIn. of a Croesus. A man of forty, who thereabouts, but pin their faith upon TI10 nearer producer and eynsumeraro power of the has made himself enormously rich, the jiroflt to brought together thu morn has practically organized a new wouian of thirty. They argue that tho inortuccr, the less tho fw to tho mid commonwealth become its she U j tut at the right nge to claim consumer, aud the h- -s thopntfit t tho prime minister, who Jias built a rail- the homage of oung men, who middleman. road and is building u telegraph line usually find their chief object of atTin True DiKtrliH' from Cape Town to Alexandria and traction inn woman older than themTrom tho earliest history iu tho of I5ape selves, and are flattered at being who has extended the border nations thero is brought beforo Colony to the Zambezi river, is evi- permitted to burn incense at her principle of prodently a man from whom much may shrine, while at tho same thneshels our minds tho iuuuoitalthoU'ginning tection. Society from enough to the confines of youth tho Idighting touch of tho foreign I. near be expected. Outlook. to be very enchanting to the older t ruder, edhig protection against t he inGladstone's First Speech. generation, the boys of fifty or sixty. cursions of those whose only pnrposu wiw Mr. Labouchere has come Into Tboy do not Insist upon the exact cheaiti'iiing men'rt opiwrtunities to themselves. possession of a photograph of Mr. ago of thirty, but dechue that the Tho platform of tho Kepnhll m party Gladstone making his first great age of attractiveness must full withspeech iu the house of commons in in a margin of two or three years on iu lb!) explicitly sets foith tho doctrines 1833. The sketch, which is said to either side of thirty. N. Y. Weekly. that iilliutlcliM that cannot 1k pirxluceil in this country, except luxuries, should have been drawn ut the time, repre- HOimBsniCTiwirjft una bo admitted freo of duty, and that on sents Mr. Gladstone, then a member all imports coining into competition for Newark, speaking from the front with laltor there idiould bo levied dutio bench below the gangway in the old njual to tho ditTerenco lictwccn wugcf house that was burned down the nbroad and at home. Our nation began with such a law. Tho second pnhllo act next vear. Mr. Gladstone's very of tho Jlrst congress was for protection first utterance in the house of comFor a hundred years as a nation wohav mons was made, not from the front housed tho panpers of thu world and bench below the gangway, but f6m given employment to tho laborers from under tho gallery, where he was alall tho eiowded cities of tho world, and most Inuudible to reporters; and, In doing this wo have constantly incuriously enough, It was in reply to creased tho demand for labor by Incjcas-InRlgby Vason, then member for Ipthu possibility of Mug ablo to sell at a rcmuueiutWo pi lco tho product of swich, and father of Mr. Eugene that lalxjr. "Wason, who now represents South Ayrshire as ono of Mr. Gladstone's stanchest. supporters.' nlto-goth- Dr. Sargent nays that he never feels justified iu niUWiugnn athlete whoso heart hnpiiKe Is UK) heats per minute after u little exerWso to enter a running or rowing race, aud from this may be inferred the physiological loss entailed upon tho system hi women who force this important organ to labor under tho disadvantage of a corset. Why I,ocl IltmnN Aro No Longer lVr mlltrtl ti It'tln ApiillninN Tur rrmlmH. About the ilrst (mention of nriuilulstm-th- o policy which Hoke Smith of (Ivor-pi- u took und'T htIouh consideration wart how not to do uuylliliiK In tho itiisiuii bureau, ht how to do just im lit tie an mid still have 101 cxcumj for im to tho pointing hundreds of nob nluco heretofore uh'cu to o Thai Hacking Cough if allowed to run, will destroy the lining to Throat and Lungs, weaken the system and invite the Consumption Germ. 1 Scott's Emulsion Oil, with hypophosphitcs of lime of Cod-live- r and soda, builds up the system, overcomes Chronic Coughs and Colds, and strengthens the Lungs. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. SCOTTG CMULSIOM U the most nourlihlne food known to Oil rendered palatable and oaiyto xmimilate. scfcncu, ItUCcd-llvo- r Prnparotl by 6oott A Cowna, N.Y. DrufrsUts sell It. English-speakin- g 11- :&EgsMammmmmmMmmmammmam HORSE SENSE IN A yC IV 11 "Y-e-o- lc-fo- i I I '.&mAl Ul i.jfty JFmjff W 5-- T!T1 Li f f ( .,... k "fa. t'.tVSii V, IT f.i?!!!, I CT . 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Frequent efforts have been made to Ail correspondence Bincuy conn select a certain number of persons as dentiul. representative Americans. Some of FARE REMEDY CO., these efforts have been confined to Boston, Maw. literary men and others to those of all walks in life. Recently the Knights Sturatplc J'ersona rciultlot and Ladies of Harper's Young People's AudtliOM troubled with nonromneM pytaluaf will be relieved Round Table voted on the Potty Iromcartor overworkvon JUltter$ oenuim, llrown'H J American Immortals whose careers Aiu trade mirk ta)crtvA'dredllaei oa wrmpvor- - Park Obesity Pills will reduce your weight PERMANENTLY, from 12 to 15 pounds a month, NO Starving sicklies or injury; NO Publicity, FATPEOPLE The American Woman's IUustrn-tc- d World prints the result of an Interesting experiment inado by a dozen young women under tho direction of Dr. Sargent to determine tho influence of tight clothing upon tho action of tho heart. The test was tho running of 410 yards iu looso gymnasium garmentt; and covering the same distance with the corsets on. Tho running time was 2 minutes and 30 seconds for each trial, and iu order that thero should bo no cardiac excitement or depression following the test the second trial was rnudo tho next day. Heforo beginning the running tho average heart Impulse was 81 bonis 'to the minute. After running tbu nnovo-nnmed jlark I r. tattler, ni Si. J!3? The L:ading-'Phatographo- Pictures la lui Style QrOld Pictures Copied prnl Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108 Main Street. 0YEMW0110, KY H7fl , 4M pN iSV TABLER'S BUCKET DUE vtCV 1M &. distance the heart imbeats to the minute, the average nnturul wulst girth being 25 inches. Tho next day corsets were worn during tho exercise und the average girth of waist was pulse was 152 MJINTMENi: CUBES MOTMHHIMT HIES, known for f Btoab M th MIT i RIMIDY WOW FILM.' rum kt iaBPio Mucin co.t w. torn. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually'paid to, middle men. Our prices are reat Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. 111 X-ils-Le. Inches. The same distance was run In the t same tlmo by al)kund immediately afterward the F. A. AMES Owensboro, Kv & CO.