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^ARLINGTON, XENTUCKV.JHUPSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892.
iek horse II
::i t l.ehln 1 -a
Capita! Stock, - - - $50,000.
!'^ ,'"i »" , .ln.Vj"'J*i»Mii.« Sund.y u-l.oii ..
u..»:r.ilr.palt' I (Radii, act,
••at .. r .lb* 'T M « i v, ill,
nthcV tile I ..txipod ou"
•• • J««»l »..« LI. al
drv rattle from mi II, r. .at. " nt a few friendly Indians, who were worn oat 'u tht t almost perpetual run
••■(oycrting! I hear™ u voice auv. '..all a* the beat of terms with thc whites, day and night ' .r forty miles, lie
—i . — .1 ..„.:„;„., which vetigcf.il feelings on the purl of lli. ir niyht,
'*P «4 TM alarm
II If It would a I moat tear my
win lit. »«ri. mo .a head from lay shoulders, '.ted. green,
l mm taau-M-r. while iS ,„ n | K . r | llJN t ( (In-.luil U-foro my .•yen.
tnrf tnttl'— Involuntarily 1 sot my chin har-L con-
a-..t |. ..'.»•.••! ■■■■ - -.. Ir-ictm r «:i • muscles until the l.m.-r
itiftta B»Ve woes to re- jaw was llxe.1 and c Blend ad. I Ml
something slip on my neck as l did
jn»iT n mi »•"" this, and thu .train came aim.. I en-
un.l mush made ol com tirely on my chl:i. Hack of mv head.-
; u %
.■clings arr phi
my memory plainly,
that they were oapei
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
OF THE UNITED STATES.
JANUARY i, 1892.
Tho Oloso Call of a
alarm was quickly founded
*I-ho advance, lino of civilization at „Ion? the valley. A (rood force of
time was the month of Lycoming l„.vj mm hurried up to m .»t »h„ ....
k, now within the limits of Wil- 03.?.. and to take a 1
isport At the has.- of the moun- tloa. Hut thuir •
tl n lived a young friendly Indian needed. \V1|pn the
n mod 1 loot- pool, .vho mu.1- a fair
needed. Wlpn the Indiana found that
siar-liyea re nalned with his Quaker
frljudi. About two weeki after the
event. JOsl atded ha ami two of tin-
Hi eeattcra Hi. benntli • oa Mary
TRUE AS STEICL
Pa, Btory of Falta.ul Kite]
.Hied until It
■ab'.v of Ih, Indian ..f the V..-..I. Mi nlv there wasasm.,1 " a ' ''ad a.-i.ah, r
those days, but they had a little pa- vol let of rlUe idiots, and poor .Star-Kyr. ' 'j""' an ,» ,tvo °* ' ho Ham
paw that was a wonder and a delimit f,.;| dead in hi, track, w.l it word or "'» b,,u w . ....
then she e
her to save
t wore bulging from
1 my throat was »
IhlBfl warm, which rushed to my
Prominently placed in the cenUr of lri |» an ,i wa , . O ffoea1
a festoon ol r.ll.-s. knives: .1.1 earln.^e ...| llst ,|„.„ ,,„.,,.
belU la till! amoking-r 11 ..f my friend «fc—..
Lawrence, the,.- I, alight walking
bout, with winch i . connected a .lory wrong" ma
worth relating. The boot of Iteelf Where s his
would never attract more than passing hla
attention, anil that ..nlv I. -cans.. ,.f it.
Of the worth of the
with It I will l, t ,.„
. to .11 the whiu-a in tho
incut- Even the f m.le.t in
Unni: they ever saw with the „,„,„ „„. „. arl , ».o' lloia Ijvllan boy
T their own children, of ( ur Larini f his while friend, from
had (froal. bi-. lautriihiK slaughter.
Iia'f-ro.y checks, a nr.s.. Within an hour after the dastardly
' " have adored and acl ,.f assignation a doicu bravo sot-
th. He was th,n. were on the trail of Hie mnr.lcr-
Stor-Eyrs. «.,», u v0 In number, a* IndicaUd by
about two years their tracks. The lonif alndca showu
migrated U the by the moccasin tracks showed that
far up tho '
with a Uoury linger
myatury to ine thai
"It waa just after I ha.l flnishe.
oerone :ii;-ht and iva. altUair be
Ure with my briar-nut
fully twenty ra
haddikapiK ar. il. she hastily look,-,: .. ,1. stance had been covered, one of :
abont. called him. ami then hurri-.l .lie men saw a gl. miner of light In a !
,...t ..( tha ho n.e to renew the search. I tt e valley some d.staneu ah-nd. It 1 '
Hhc ha.1 hanliy pnsia-d the door wh. r. ir«a cvklaal that the ladlana. br"—
Three year, a^o a friend sent me a
lpcnt rr.ua a coon try pnpea\ 1 touted
iat I'aliic'a ha.l 1 eon arreted in Win-
ola for bi;-a::iy and w
a Ihroii.rh the .kin The '
. ...onc.'oi Aan.uinn- 1 wi." M r | o».ii "'Evening, ati-anger/ ho said, 'any
C»«n ol Atpil. 1 ).,. 1 ).,.,... 'v 11 II a ■lection I .inv .topping a hit and takin'
■ if hi.hor.e'-. ba.-l and stalked up to »* »•
1 hadn't any. I was plail to s.-e
anyone, lie lie I the horses' h -a I . to-
gether and fa.'c in d them with a lariat
to a piu. lly and by Ids eye cau.'ht
the gl.nl on tlx- lock of .1 line Winches-
ter which bcion :ed to me.
Nice gun, lento 1 yourn,' he re-
- • to trader'
n't thought of It.' I «
taken almck by the
e pro|Kisition. '"'
aUMil mo.vere „„ y „ , ri . K,i|.,u, ,1. and ls sid.-s ther.. Eye.!
finally, the day About!.-,, day. after this episode. i„,„c 1 up sally; ho recognised the
. , Heel I'.sd nn.l Mu,lia-.Mi.,ua w.-is- slid-
his groaned as they risjked slowly and
rhythmically, and the rhythm was uc-
ccntuatod by their four feet striking
Ishlng his story, 'wan
"Vc»i but Haten." They knelt be- |he , t thc 0 h
side him to catch his word., for ho wa. r^Uin- chair. Her cl.a ,
er idea lly dying.
■ W hen thc war party returned," he
sal 1, slowly and painfully, "they knew,
of course, that Siar Eye. hail betrayed
them. They bound inc. Mlnnawaqua
inciter .' lie alwaya apokc In Eag- and my three young children to stakes.
intending to burn us all. Older In
"atar-Sye. tan t sc. ." dlans, with one or two chiefs, urged
True . rough, ho mas totally bli. d, that we knew nothing about the act of
though ih - b'a;. 1" iron, cvoslookaa' star-Eyea 'n^tho end there was
Alia. "Old Joker."
Is sill! la Ik. lo.d wiili tcomplel. nock at
gfeO es, 1 fostings.
• OM Joker" ha. marked hi
That everything it bound to go.
lajw Cs.M Sai-b. akd PaoriTs SmaI-L,
to you for the rille
up, bufll c, .me round all right
ridln' him bard. Couldn't slop, my pjt
make the roynd-up
and ll have to pu .h on now w ith o
What do you say -la It a go."
ra,!ii-l| and resting i
riding the black,
had been gone over
„ . decide, of hor .-men cut act
I should have h -sitate.l. having pull-d up short as they saw
lail.il no purs oil them, and the „,„„„.,..,, It.et l-.t u.id.-.sl 1 it mvsolf. «.-..' to go to tho wtth
black ssiles. bowed a-, how ...e fe'ler IlU . T ,., wreak,.! their and kill Star-Eyes 1 wa, ,,WI» W w
-•-♦ had rid bun had worn I Mr.,- vonifraIu ., ,,y blinding the iui.ment aee. pl in., term, to .ate Mlnnawaqua
' and used em. too el.ll.1 and then stealthily returned him and my three little ouca. Vuu Jibow
I hour lat. r u. started back along T,„. settler , were will with rage the rest."
on w |,en thev beard of it. Some of them
rest wt . ri , ,-ager for an expediliou against
and my late companion bad ridden
»way, carrying the riUo with him.
"Tho next moruiug 1 made .111 early
1 hadn't anything to carry be-
" ' haversack and my rolls','
the black horse got over
dollglitod my heart. I'm
_ of a horseman, as you
know, and pride inyaclf that I know a
piece of tlesl!' when I »ee It. Well, thc
than fullilled my expecta-
Well, we got him, Jll...
uiem, 'and he's hanging
near thnr Mei . trail, lie
'bout the black 'fore we strung loin up,
and I «• y' got him,' pointing
'ill. »h' : '"a
A letter of thanks t-i her brought a
long reply Anne was living In a pen-
Iteniiary town, worksng and waiting
for Patrick to serve his terra, which
was nearlng completion.
His trouble, had made a good man of
marry her when he
forgiven hiin and 1 '
"1 -that was all.
And so they t
re, and she wr
ls free. She hail
"No," came faintly from the dying mB
Indian. "1 might .hoot myaelf. but .„
not Star. Eyes There wa, no bullet f „ r
in n.vt-l'oot's rille 1 deceived them." /
Suddenly he raised Ilia head, turned llo |
his already glassy eyes toward thc bri
family. Including the mid. her, wore
about to ma!.,- a journey t.. the city to
visit their friends, and it c. ; . .u.-rgested twinkling atara. .
that Minnawanua an 1 li r blind child ward and said:
should accompany them In order Hint ' There la Star-Eye. now! Do you
said Jim, who was tho man Ih.- lattar s eves might be examined by see hlni? lie la beckoning to me. I
clihat, 'and we como »ear an oculist and treated If there was any must go to him!"
bad mistake.'" -fcVancIa prospect o» re storing the sight. Then his head fell hack, hie hand
illiains. In Hetroit Free It was a t.ilinn, Journey in those dropped he wa. with hla boy. -Pull-
ilav: on liorsebaeh all tae nay to II. tt
..... ,1. IA ...ImlCr.. ......
IN THE ^SENATE. '
leVii«7be»\lic^ the 1. a eminent .s.-ulist Examination show,
LOVE A ND IT S WAYS.
alway. a burden-bearer.
Scarcely a word wa. .aid by him
from hi. tint greeting until lio aald
good night, yet somehow hla wooing
progrvaaod an 1 prospered '
they vpq» tairotlicr to tin
chufedv i worn.— mat -mat was sweet agon."
Tbua uneventfully enough their ' She Bent me a photograph of horaelf
courtakip ran on for more than a year, and husband, bravo in bridal finery,
whoa one day Anne told me that she They stand hand in hand and look: aa
waajfolng to leave me because she was ■ »tl« and awkward ns only brklal
to be married. couples cun look in a picture. With n
I rcmonatrated, urging her extreme bit of sentiment that has a touch ol
youth, out she wa. "mosWoizhteei],' pathos in 1! Anne wears her old -,v«l-
sho said, and Patrick I10B ulreialy ding gown. It is short in the skirt and
rented two beautiful rooms and had cruelly tight in t'.... vvaiat aud slicves -
nibbed them for her. and he was for the Anne of to,luy is no seventeoa-
king money at his trade. So 1 said year-old girt.
more but helped her in her plans ' Hoth her face and Patrick's ahow
ml... 1 hey 'were marrled-Jnst n t them last. The corn-colored mustache
iday time— and a proud and happy which was Pat-iek s glory had diaa( -
1c was Mra. Patrick, possessed of poured, and his head la too closely
1 co.y little rooms, with a stove, cropped for beaaty, but there ls an
chalra, an alarm clock, a bed, a earnest cxnre- .ion on his face which I
like, and wit ch promises better things,
for poor, faith.*..; Anne, And k bollevo
that she will . be havpy. for such eo»-
atancy must touch Pat. i.-K's heart
There Is nothing that heals a broken
heart like time, uulcs.. It lie a Josl
lover, come back penitent and tender
and true, and n
Cur., .'uano* baa aged eonsiderabh hnhling d...e to th with th- lids ...uence of love Bever weariea.
... tl. - :.. tf.-.vv.-..r.but he i. -.till.... »t* u very ho, object, pn.bnblv p ,.!, v „, lt „ m pr ,„ )f .
.f the in id distin ruish-d l..ki.ij en-.. eiU.cr a red-hot iron .r a supcr-h-ated . , . . ... u„. heart of love to
in t'i-s-,.t-. II- ha. a tall. stra. ' . st,,,,-. It v.-.,-. not the Ur-l ease known * e ^. t , |U' hieak
™ E SSW»Jtt csbntraT. ; and! I*
the most re;
idhil"r'e .t towpair tl
u could nceompli h w
ch'1.1 to distinguish 1-cU.een ligli' and
|„U shad.'. Ho coul.l dl.tngui..h |K-rsoiis
. o( only ly Iholr valces.
I Ten years pauM I an I the line of act-
1 tlem -nt re .ehed further up th- vaHoy.
-V V 1 . . 1 .
THE COTTON BELT ROUTE
w £iS?B2Kg" x j^jjStl* t.? a,..
nnKTER OF CLOTHS AND SUITINGS.
sii U|V« FlrH Si . Evuxlll.. In 1
Brick-layer and Stone-mason,
Ail order, receive prompi aiieatiou, and
known on earth.
LOTB does not boast of the battlea it
has fought, nor scratch its scars to make
r keeps her neat and says
The ,:nd 11. ial.ee family moved a dc?.en
miles abnv.s to tlio month of Pine LovK
i-re-l:. and ricctfoot. v.-ltli three ehil from a purse full of gold coins to
dieii in alditiuli \o the nearly blind! p„t in the collection basket.
hoy terinined to move westward Till: love that ls right Itself will nol
spend much of Its time In l.s.klng foi
how.be wa. getting on. and I noticed
that tli^waa growing^thin and white,
"once" qucatloncd her a little. Was
"Oh, ye., well, only tired: not ao
-Biry tired, juat some tired"
"Waa Patrick good to her?"
"Oh,j- cua"— lut she must be going
ae« rae about Anne. Patrick, ,he told
and Anne "an
cunsiiues man, ami ioiu uer
both.-Marle More Marsh.
-Askitt-"tVh:at, In your
thc moat indispensable qi -' !
a poet'."' Nowitt— "*-
fortune. "- N. Y. Sun.
FOREIGNERS OF NOTE.J
PAr.tHKW*iii pronounces hi. name
Tbk grand dnke sf Kailen is a great
fancier of carrier pigeo:in. 1*^ has de-
voted much time in raising and training
Kkv. Mil MoXkii.i.. the Scotch Moody,
is said bv the London papers to havo
IMtMXMla year to c«o to
V ears. 1 heard a swish llboye my Ails , v
InsUnt felt myself bu ,
s.- s back bv M.me- ' ...
1 h.mdr-d lights danced
, before my eyes and the black horse
' ! ^ - y :Til«X£. TUB tru.y .„
It I- .veil f.
t' thing I reuienio-r \.as
m fond- forty miles away.
V like a It wa .n sad -
» .v.thnlllhe -
lo pra ■ )i.,| ,. ores. I,
iiHCpologl/.e n„m the Iva
rnak , atbi eat jkflR
,i eonversa fr....i. i v.nr.li of fourl.-.-i
t-tpal issams of their
supply aud de y.i..l- r f..a. Iv and in the 1,.. 1 hold , the . ity of New York
puny, of Philadelphia, the Res! Star ajad -Oh. no; she wouldn't hear when we
American line, of -t.-ftuieis will make ..h d to Ull he, an' now she w.m't ,„
oni-sin -l ied n fine exhibit in the trans| orta, ' talk noao alw.it Mas, Why. I was " '*"
jlyiirld.es ,|„n builvrtng. The, will ahow, he- there to dinner onct. an' Patrick kc T^"
, tueea, aa artoa: . evwc la dmadi. aa' when he went out ',,
And and • x:- t repr.sluction of the prln- 1 aaya. I'alrlcli. he'. t.r«tty drujak, ain't ™ ,
BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. o( lh( . rouol mrrl nt „
THOS N. BLACK W R PRATT, purpose ol paining the n
THt lKSDAY AI'KIL »8, 1891
pose the coming man will be a Democrat.
bat partv no* has a majority in the
board Our choice would be some good
RATES OF ADVERTISING
1 •■■ •» only wbin anaMcd lor by »l
legrily ii in every way unquestionable,
man who cannot conduct hi. personal a
fairs properly and successfully ou K bt n,
aspire lo so i
asible. if not a Republi
and a good one. let it ba a Democrat
of rn unimpeachable character.
an : ,r . Professor Banaen is a special-
ist in ._nj;ii..ges. Tbe classes in French
and Gorman, and cvtn Latin. 1 -e taught by
the inductive plan, that is, they learn the
language by using it The
forms us that thousands of people in the
great cities, of all ages and callings, art ne w
by this system,
., a, i, ,, persued
to converse from the first day in tbe new
idiom, just like a child starts with a limited
vocabulary, learning words and inflections
as they are used in tbe conversation.
Professor Bansen has a class of about
There are many possibilities and prob
j Many favored sons, pressed forward by
With Ibis issue, The Bin lakes a^aww ' lnejr coos ,i tuenlt ana admirers rise to the
meet with tbe approval of its patrons. I after having their
Tbe past two years and a half Th« Bit P ubli c «"«" mlo oblivion
Its changes of form is due to the natural
course of events. New and additional
preis facilities enables it to appear as il
does this week enlarged
Its change, politically, from Independent
to Republican, is due also lo the same
natural course of events As strongly as
it has always in time past adhered to its
independence politically, it will now up-
bold Republican principles and advance to
its utmost ability tbe doctrine as tangbl
by the Republican Party.
Tbe moral tone of this paper will re-
ish the visitor, by there
1 they converse with him in Ger
te method is used in French and
sen, and let us say right here that the study
of German is fast, from an ornament, be-
coming a necessity for every person Who
wishes lo be well equipped for any of the
I want to tell you that the
volume of goods that daily
goes out of
Stepping in the beginning Latin classes,
others through various machinations and we are astonished to hear the scholars read
intrigues Thus are some of our states- Ci-sar. and the professor explained to us
men brought into closer contact with the that Ibey are the so called suductive
people al large method here the student is indeed lo see store, speaks III IIO uncertain
Tbe present stains is peculiarly interest- for himself and to find oat all the peculat-
ing, this being the eve of conventions ties of the language, and after each lesson terms of where the best good:'
Democracy is in a predicament. the newly discovered facts are, put together
iu its ranks, in some in form of a giammer lesson Language
ihe electoral votes ol study in this form is indeed not tbe toil-
some labor it used to be in our days, it has
the fascination of discai*ary and creates a
Mi, X bj
party He has, however, been most bit-
ter!, antagonized by Hill, bis most formid-
able opponent, who commands through
that corrupt and powerful organization—
Tammany-rbe delegation from New York,
wbicb it must be acknowledged is a potent
factor in securing the no
man's unsavory record is
sire in the student to^ft more and n
: Ihe veil which cover* the nnknovtn
,or,ob«rva„on induced g fully
for the least money arc to be
The old adage that "water
will seek its level," is no more
a true saying than it is that
people with cash will go where
they can find good, reliabli
The 8T. BERNARD DRUG STORE Competition
ArsD DEALERS IN
Patent Medicines and Perfumery,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Hair, Tooth, and Paint Brushes,
t^irct^ and Oil».
Out of Sight!
We Distance ALL in the Race for
LOW PRICES and Ex-
cellence of Goods.
Read About Some of the Good Things We Offer:
First-Class Turn-Outs at Reasonable Rales. 8
M-MY KIGS AKE THE HI ST IN rHE CITV -ttl traveling men
Stable «nd Office on MAIN ST , near Depot * ISAAC DAVIS.
Tbe Nor.ual Training Ccpari
ame implies, is designed especially for the goods the cheapest
ng of teacher..
tribute its share toward supplying that
This issue is herewith submitted to its
readers to draw from their own con-
clusions, giving credit where credit is due
Waltm R Pbatt,
stomary, I believe, to have
e myself to few words
ing voted fcr Blaine, will be shelved (i.) A
Campbell retains Ihe sting of defeat from ; methods
the recent gubernatorial campaign in his (j.) 0
own State. Carlisle \n geo«;-.apfiically unlit these b
and Palmer an impossibility. The nearer teacher.
Gor- the teaching of teachers how to teach The
«ork as here conducted, consists of
theoretical study of principles and
□ al ,
editor of T*« Urn, I take gaeat pleas
in announcing to the public that I shall
uphold tbe principles of the Republican
Party, because I deem them to be tue best
interests ol the country
I shall at all times favor the perpetua-
tion of right ; the open condemnation of
With the much needed assistance of
the senior editor I shall endeavor to
present to the people every Thursday,
the columns of this paper, a succinct t
Thanking my friends for former
Editor Dana, of the New York Sun,
says the Democracy is confused and bedev-
iled by Grover Cleveland and tbe Mug-
wump Republicans. It is not his enemy,
Ckmeland but his friend, David B. (Pres-
idential B ) Hill, that is bedeviling the
Or one of tbe misguided souls who ar
tramping from the State of Oregon to Cbi
Illinois, it can be truly saidV i:
JIB. H. is pushing a wheel barrov,
containing the camping outfit of tbe whol.
parly, and is keeping pace with the others
who unlike their wheel barrow companion
arc traveling empty handed
vision of the training teacher.
From the necessities of the case, this in-
volves the most careful preparalion on the
part of those preparing to teach, and re-
quires a most thorougl
subjects to be taught.
Besides the merubei
class, this department consists of a model
or practice school and a kindergai
numbers it has
We make no great, big blow,
because our store is not filled
It is filled with the desira
ble goods of this life— Goods
that will make you feel better,
do better and look better.
BEN T. ROBINSON.
JV1«ji-t« .t W.| », \ y.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
PAINTS AND OILS,
And everything -Ise known to the trade,
physicuin* prescriptions tarrjullu ilompounhrb
AN ELEGANT LINE
In Patterns exclusively
and when united, the Kepubli-
suffer defeat. Two important
ent themselves The "tariff"
and • fr«e coinage of silver. "
They are vital. Th. Ki
It upholds the gi
lection, and declares in favor of the present and at the opening of the present term was
monetary system, with judicious modifies- removed to Chapel Hall, where class rooms We admit, don't make the
^" «y»»° w «»»« 'heMcKinley schoolrooms in this part of the cout, , , ,.
ipidly growing into public favor; Kvsry teacher in Western Kentucky ought W nssi»n«"j»
to visit this room. To note the ease with tasty garments, such as you 1 1 4
which the discipline of the room is main- ' _Lj
tained wii' well repay a visit, not lo speak can always find at our store,
admit, don't make the
or woman, but everybody
PLUCK! GRIT! SAND!
T 1 . F»li_*«ic to Buy Wii^l^t,
The Grit t^ iS _-ll Wi^l .t,
The Sand t U » Kiulit
^HAVE MADE THE^—
:@:@:®:®:®:@ :®:® :
— ■ WE HAVE
And m ■••utifol Mm of
~ SCOTCH aid FUaCH-
A. (i.KKl Drew
Eft-lie* Id eat IOt
1 cj: i- pair.
time, and Alger is practically out of
A Visit to One of Hopkins County'!
if learning of which Kentucky
I visit to this institution and
ion of its system of training
hen be came here to look over Ihe pros
peels. Among other things that he said h
I do, was to bring with him
and experience as well as social qualities
he has fully kept bis word
objective work is made the basis of ail are a great auxiliary.
53 ^JSJ^^Z And now. while The Bee I
ofcnUd-mind a^ i'jdataUpQitint «r»fcept and a n nature are donning
IKY A PAID OF OUR
FX R COMFORT.
They Fit Well, Wear well, and are made on the
ted to the needs of each
A short tall- with President Stoaks
brought out the fact very plainly that the
school must soon have more room Nest
Opposite Court Hobsp,
._. for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker
mouth and Headache With each^ bottle
of the community r^j^^jX^-^
pending upon nothing but hard wo.k and Sold bv St Bernard drug store, Earling-
ability of bis faculty lo carry out Ins I too, and Geo King. St Charles. Ky
promises be has from the first day ear- -■ . ■
• even hi, most confident friends. , »— £» * *™* " «*•»■ s
. , . , , , , , livery stable lo gel prices His
school started with nearly a I
d enlarging the building and grounds During these pretty days, you
buiidingsTt^an'fiV" Schools rarely don't want to get behind the
^"re^Tcan dWeT.t^adh a^ThiT ! P rcccsJlion . but fall right into
msure that with good buildings ican i me an( j march right into our
Ihe school pay running expenses. I
However, let me say that no one should ad. Store, where yOU Can get the
'^I^^^^^ImJ!! 1 !*^ 0 ^ choicest of everything at prices
Z^tZ frViSrS *.t cannot and will not be
oney making institutions." met by any other
Let the people 1* earnest in this matter j ' '
and it will soon be seen what can be done in
ihe way of building up an institution
Ihy of our praise ^n. that will be a £]RY ♦ BQDDS
FOOTWEAR AND FURBISHING
LOOK AT THIS:
Kid Button Shoe, in "Opera" and "Common Sense"
Warranted Solid throughout, at Si .00,
House in the County.
"NrVe have Oentlenien»'
MNftbb LftTeST STYte
Twbmty years ago a
students. All tbe department
Elocution has recently been
whon/are paid out of tbe pre
Professor Hanson Boring u
very stable to get
Best work and low prices at this office
i reputation as a teacher and coll
Ite. and of sor add to the school much infli
re have yet tbe first
ig tbe students and having large
tf You can't feel well if the blood is not
lhe right Try Lightning Blood Elixir It is
»" °f an herbal compound, and acts directly on
f tbe tbe blood and glanular system. Il beats
Thomas' Oilbam, Morrntown. O , says:
» n ,o : -My daughter was delicate after having
cent the measles. Two bottle, of Lightning
wide Blood Elixir improved her health so much
» at work The Frank
e lin Literary Society, consisting of mem-
at the same time it beautifies the newly bersor the school, has a membership of
made portions of Ihe cily I here these im- over forty in number,
provemenlt are being made In such an ex- The faculty al present consists of Profes-
teat that the profits of the one about son Charles E Stoaks, K H Bansen. H
balance the expenditures of the other J E. brooks ud H. Boring. Miss Eli/a
This is beyond question tbe m
cessful Cough Medicine we have ev
a few doses invariably cure the wor
of Coush. Croup and Bronc
tbe development of the great iron
thoughout the United States, this sta
taring its due proportion Much n
in consequence, has been kept out
nt ol those ei
■ were shown lo the president's office
d from there we accompanied him to his
citation room Here we heard what might
ioc, 50c and ft. If your luags are sere,
chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous
Plaster Sold by St Bernard drug store,
Earlington, and Geo King, St. Charles, Ky
March winds bring colds, coughs, sore
throat, hoarseness and bronchial troubles
All druggist, guarantee Lightning Cough
Drops^o cure all these ailments, and Rev
If you will call and see us
when you need a Hat, a Pair
of Shoes, a Suit of clothes, I
some Dress Goods, or Dress
Trimmings, or anything in the
Dry Goods, or Notion line,
we will convince you that we fj 90 ffl ^
can furnish you. suit you, fit
you, and send you away smil
ing, with the satisfaction of
knowing that 'you have the
best bargain of your life.
McLeod I DUIifl.
In Patent Calf, Cordovan,
WEAK, NERVOUS OR IN PAIS
HOW ABOU'r :
properly applied, is perfect and has no good
• le. The Gregg Electric
Im are the only ones it
Big luducements to Good Agents,
| SiiniDier Coat and lest?
WE HAVE THEM, ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES.
Also a Big Line of — 1
White Vests and Summer Trouser
We call them Tailor-Made, for they fit and weaicC
as well as any tailor-made goods.
THE GREGG ELECTRIC CURE CO.,
SUIT! sot rtiirsan III
nt.r-Oce.u Buildup tnilng"!
"Bl) Dnbustrii nx tTbrinc."
H U Stewart, James L Bo
] lYrc r.innili K hain. ) K Mct;ri-v
irv l rrv,n.ii! | II S-.tnhartt 1-hr 1
PWariaon. M P
• R LonR. Kobrri
linr*rt V Fi.k. T II 11;
Redding. 0 A I'ritrhett.
Pillmoii. Owen Niibrt. 7. T Crai K . R«l ,
LaSoon. H A Niibat J D Sory. W H
Coleman, C M Niabet, John Armslr
B L Adams 7. T Buchanan. Ike Newr
R T Rauas. W K Ni.be: J F Steven
S Burcbfield. C F Cavanagn. G W Nil
Walter Bourlaod, Jim William., Eu
Stevens. Henry Murphy. «Cy bcoii. J,
lownSn'jX J M Shar.
nin K h.-,m Ri
I Long, ] F K
L. « N. TIME TABLE.
II '. ( . ,M Lro l handles
old reliable bra nds "J' /four
and every barrel gukiran-
Blended Java Coffee at
Hannkk & Fl'.;ate's.
Give your stock a dose of
Gardiner & Holeman's Con-
y. jim Bourtan'd iienry riuheti. dition Powders occasionally,
and they will always be in |
If you want a good surrey,
buggy, spring wagon or road
'. cart cheap, call on Madison-
ville Saddlery Co., next door
to Oldham's grocery, Madi-
Best $ i. oo spectacles in the
W. C. Hoi.linckk's.
u UfPtt CUU i i.n
E M Manner, Wm Pritctaetl
Ed Oaburn ia in F
Dr T. W
Esquire Key. of Webo, wai in town last
ill,- Cab' fe. Jf
We don't mean to intimate that they are
offensively loud and glaring, that I hay are
SS t T 1 - I K M EC N T.
and it's the right kind of
happens to be made i
The shoe that is handsomer has yet to be
made, the shoe that i« better can't be made
■nd the shoetha*t costs less wouldn't be
worth buying at any price They are aa
much of a luaury for the pocket l ook as
they are for the feet It doesn I give us a bit
he wearer, for when an
Iwear can he offered for
be about time to look for thfc m
Mfchaei I.Lg. oi
RntMvDU several .
insi .ners n-w nnr. havn Iwen put down!
'Squire Head has had the contract and has
dona satisfactory w,.rk in every instance
Soda Water of unsurpassed
excellence drawn from a new
and costly fountain, at Gardi-
ner & Holeman's, Madison-
A fire company should !*• organiwd and
wn.-r Let it lie dune and done quickly,
he disastrous dree of last year in the
wn should seivj as a warning The cost
I such as compared with good to 1* done
White lead, oil, varnishes,
olors and brushes, all strictly
irst-class, and offered very
»w at Gardiner & Holeman's,
miversary of Oc
was celebrated la
As I am only in the watch
and jewelry business, I can
and will give watch repairing
prompt attention. Satisfac-
Good seasons and abundant crops havi
placed the farmers of Hopkins County in -
comfortable condition \\Y tl.ul t,
note the easv financial poMlion and ll i
gradual advancement of ^onr fanners
sid.-s l.ving lilli rs of the s.„l ^ Tin ^ slionl,:
progress ol the county. The farmers ar
II. to begin Septemlier aSth and
ttm of this exhibition is laiijcly
the disposition and en-
*n by those engaged in
be enlisted and sufficient enthusiasm fhowo
' '"weTnpT our" rural "dlia "ns'will Income
inte.-eated— exhibit their fine slock, poultry,
products of the field and anything
that will tie a source of interest and amtise-
1 he in^kgrrunni promises something
novel The fair this year will not he a
monotonous repetition ol former exhibi-
lions, but ;. County show worthy of patron-
"S he premium list has been increasd fifty
is in the prop-
has tK-rn inaugurated Do not fail tt
lend your County Fair Show you
mnlv pride by being present Kemerr
-'— »S, 29. 30 an
Wegner's Patent Buggy
Jack and Oiler for sal'- at Mad-
isonville Saddlery Co., next
door to Oldham's grocery,
p by the He, I. Medicine Co , Weston,
a I was suffering from kidney and
ry trouble, the physicians said they
do nothing more for me I look
mdahalf bottles ol Lightning Kidney
-iver Kemcdy and am perfectly well."
■|e by all druggists
MORTON S GAP.
Parlies desiring paint would
do well to call on Gardiner &
Holeman, Madisonville. They
have a complete stock and
will quote you the lowest
I Cran.l K'Ton. III.IIIMI, ivirupr. . u -
niue and the Gray," by K. J. Harndon
a— Serande. "Pleasent liream." by V S.
"T-Lovy Polka, by J. Levy.
4--Oancing in the Barn." by Belger.
a home look
lan finely car-
thc way. have
nt call at your
& Co., Center
i Unit If. a
tr." Yes, but it
ur trade. We
nil best stock in
i. V. VANN..V.
:tom prices, at
Tr nt all Dise.w of the Eye. Perfoim
Operations, Insert Artificial Eyes, Etc
Eyes Carefully Tested and the Best Quality
of Gold, Silver and Steel, Flint Glass and
PUIE PHBBLE SPECTACLES SUPPLIED.
W» have one of the Finest Test Cases in
America, aud can Overcome any Ilifliculty
r Open-Air concert, next
have an elegant pair
L. H. PAGE,
Contractor and Builder,
cUy' 1 '* The Mad r r,onvdie laundry d.»', yV.',,,'" ,' ,', ,."'„: . 'iV^&'wtch^S
woodwork. It is an infant industry, the trains and tra.k at ciitical aaata.
«uecesa of which de^nds largely upon lo o,„ y„nn K tr.Mul )ahn Malwaey, eetaeover o» .
largely upon I
1 cal patronage and gr««l will If you wou
have our town couched and insure the
prcsperity * t »r w wking men and bocne
#nlcrpri»e», support and patronize lorn
Me Lend ran ,v
THE BABY WON !
at prices lower than ever before They u
, the best system in the world for testing t
, eyam and as one e e is often stronger th
ihe other they bring the weak eye up to
level with the best one. which is of gn
Ml tb» Christian Church last Sunday, while
»ro I. T Cherry exhorted his
,.ign at lha Methodist Church.
Pn»t.ylarjan Methodist .79. Cumber-
land Prcbyterian 82, Baptist 109. Chris-
Bishop F. U. Dudley, of the Episcopal
Church, will preach at the Methodist
Church, on Monday evening, May id
Dudley 4. ower , of Henderso
II I..M SllNl.l.,) .11.1 l,li.ll K l|l l|
tbiaiuuuU) il ill siivci HuuU, 11 ^
fflt 1I.IIIIS nt ft., t t J!s C... Il 'mi- .'i
Coiih Iius Vamli-lbilt, W. K. VanJrrl
Hiiiiiniitlon, :..tn .1 lit-- M-4I.1HK 1 .tin
■ if I v 'if ' 1 M- "'I' 1 " ■ 1 '"■
1 n\ Ii..- n,-i known ' -
Vannoy's big stock. At this
itlar store can also be found :\
g line of Carpets, Oil Cloths.
Call anil see these n » ils
Ilanner ti Fugate for cfoap
Beware of imitation Plow
Points and other extras for
the "Oliver Chilled Plow.
The "genuine" poiuts and
other repairs are for sale only
by J. B. Harv) v,
PfGood Work Guaranteed.
Write for Terms.
j W . 1— I. Miinh-e,
1 ""naAOIBONVILLE, KENTUCKY.
W. H. HOFFMAN,
It has just come to our ears |
that certain parties in town
handling Eastern Puggies are f
stating ^o our customers that |
the work we claim as our own
is nothing more than they
handle. We want it distinct-
ly understood that every word j
of it is false, j We will give ]
♦500 to any one that will find 1
a jolt put up by us that is not j
from the trimming clear down j
to the wood -work. We do j
handle a few Eastern Jobs, j
but always buy and seii them I
ready finished, and always f
sell them as that class of work, I
and never as our own make, f
Our customers may go through
our shop an4 see ihe work j
from begining to ending, and
judge for themselves, and see
who has lied.
We make Buggies, Surreys j
and everything needed by the
public. Cottie and see for j
Patterson & Riggiii, j
At Old Shop Carriage Shop, j
Suothof Court House.
XV. £5. R 8c Son,
»Dnlgs and Patent MeteK,^
TOILET ARTICLES, SOAPS, Etc., Etc,
Main and Center Streets, . . . MADISONVILLE, RY.
if! DR. JUDD'Sis
Electric IBelt !
My Electric Hells
are the lightest, staples., i
:ity than any other Supers
Offered for any Machine that
wnx no as great range or work
AS CAN BE DONE ON THE
Vertical Feed Sewing Machine
"^onlyT^^ 0 '
BEST ON EARTH.
vjhc Visitors: Miss Emma Porffbf Cov- j ^J^™" ^u^IJSH fijoliw TOiiJ'roiJ
Biiainbam. Ala . is visiting her Mtor , thar. . '^-"^Jj ll 3»;f .ff '"«,£!' ' h .T
jMn. J . N I Taliaferro, Mrs Sir! Glenn ^^ ti™ T,i,'. .« V.", . 1.1m ^ i .
TmX Wisi Mary An lers„n, of Springfield. Z",*^^ ."Lic'tun .Sen, . .„-». •■ ■ - ...
,T«in . are visiting the family of Mrs. ^) 1 -
' j WERE YOU AWAKE
5 That Mrs. Nannie Morton has the
, est Millinery ever brought to this
city. See before buying. We take
| pleasure in showing.
Mks. Nannie Morton.
1 Madisonville, Ky.
[ Ladies, before you purchase
I "that new spring dress" in
spect our stock of serges, Hen
riettas, crepons, chevious, al
batross, mulls, zephyr ging
hams, silks and many others,
with trimmings to match. J.
T. Alexander & Co., Center
st. Madisonville, Ky.
II ;. a. MoLeod's line of
toj&W, articles, ptffu-merfi,
tailiv.s pocket -ttooks unit
par.ses, euinli.s a lift brushes
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, novel rit-.s is i;i.\ss ani ji i-.ksswa
Boots, Shoes — everything that a an» kvbrythino in season in .i
family uses tonnd at Mrs. Morton's. cfeK " is
Agents for Butterick's Patterns . _ "
We reeve each month new fash PAUL M. MOORE,
If you want a neat jam-up
harness or leather-tree saddle.
Madisonville Saddlery Co. is
the place to get it. Stand-
next door to Oldham's grocery,
The choicest; products of
American and French pcr-
iumefs, high-class soaps, the
finest complexion powders,
and a complete stock of nil
other toilet goods, at Gardiner
CURES NOTHING BUT PILES,
V ERMIFUG E
FOR 20 YEARS
Has led all Worm Remedies.
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
A SURE anil CERTAIN CURE
known for IS years as the BE8T
REMEDY FOR PILES.
1 l .',„ , |,i if i.i.hI.'i oi sk. lrli ol invention, 1
' Bc^'and atlcntlon iV'«p run'™r«Re^ To"'™™!!."
.'m,s ,,m.|'mi , fulV, ......... ,i.„ .,( .,pplir:il,i.,ts K f.
|. ni l,, tn, I f.i, ^.iu, N.li,u ,.. .11 I..,.,,,, s. eny-uslt
^Ma^ AT*. andjMlMijra MtaalU
J. R. LITTLE,
B/aoson. ol a
k»ca.|arr7ed § lewrldays witb Miss abw
^^t, rte na^o.th.r—j^ Ha«aj „
If you want the hest photo
you ever had made try Hard-
Jf rientihr Jtmerifan
s the War Eilflj
Jas. l AvVtii,
' ' c -i
THE DISABILITY BILL ISA LAW.
Soldiers Disabled Slice the War Willed
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliever.
lu use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
Mo other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has. stood the test of years, almost
No medicine cbest is complete without a bottle ci Ml-stano
Occasions arise for its use almost every day
All druggista it-d dealers have it.
WATERING A HORSE.
REPUBLICANS TROUGHOUT THE
pi C.n Live . Long Ti.no Without COUNTRY
Food But Mux Have Drink COUNIKY
"mM* ,,,„„„ journal. | THE BATTLE.
A horsrcart live twenty-live days with-
out -.lil had, merely drinkin;
l.et him Ket overw
abused, and particularly lor the want of ' New York State, Mid : "1
siifficieni drink in warm weather, and the thusiasm among Republican
consequences will always be injurious growing out of their eari
image of frequent watering certain harbinger of our
sesare watered every hour, j We have the votea to carry the Slate
; while they are at 1 any presidential election if we
work. It is plenty of water that supplies lh e m together There wasn't the
ev»i~iation or perspiration and keeps
down the temperature
What old fogy methods amount to m-y
be seen by the change in medical practice
to roan Twenty years ago a person hav-
allowed but little water to drink, and trien
friction in any of the cities or counties
where I am acquainted between individual
objective point in every Republican s mind
was the defeat of Hill and his methods,
and the result was a Waterloo It is rath-
er difficult to say at this time anything
prescrilie all the iced wate
daces are applied to red
the temperature of the bio
Use common sense and ht
Don t think it is a horse, and capable of M'Kinley Well Pleased,
enduring any and all things A driver who '» a newspaper interview Goi
sits in his wagon and lashes his worn out Kinley is credited with saying on the
half-curried, half-fed and half watered suit in Rhode Islaud immediately after
team should never complain of any abuse
he may Receive from his master or em- "I have received
ployer. for he is lower in character, harder Governor Ladd announcing that Kepubli-
in sympathy and less noble than the brutes ons have a plurality on the Stale ticket,
he is driving, and deserves, in the name of anc1 3 majority on joint ballot in the Gen-
all that is human, the same punishment of eral Assembly which insures the return of
a criminal. Senator Aldrich He is a very able man,
— lnd failure to elect him would
where a careful' The issue in Rhode Island was purely
How Girls Learn I
Alphabet Sparks, of the big newspaper
clipping company, tells ate he has lately
had an odd eiperieiice in his peculiar line
Ha has had orders from *7 5 to *i 5 o a week
inti orders for twenty clippings from young
ladies, or ladies who prefix Miss to their
names and who are in the original big list
of the Four hundred, on the most extraor-
dinary topics for young ladies to be con-
sidering—dogs, horses. Monte Carlo, pug-
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Kendall s Spavin Cure.
:„o^cS oun ■ Ki •* , *•'•"»'• ,, *
The matter of when to plow depends
upon the kind of land, and the farmer
imself ' On some farms it
not I* disturbed until well
Sandy soils need not be
ill, but late fall plowing of
the best me
m dilligently I
and in following
We offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case of
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F, J Chknev 4 Co , Props , Toledo. ().
We the undersigned have known F. J
Cheney for the last fifteen years, and be-
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi-
ness transactions, and financially able to
out any obligation made by their
West St Triux,
Walding, Kimman* Ma«vin,
Wholesale Drnggisls. Toledo, O.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents per
amount of the wonders of foreign lands ;
but very few writers -and si
able ones -tell us of the marvelous secrets
of our own. Every intelligent youth
Will you heed the warning. The signal
,1 Hie -
and enjoy it, but until
slave. If you are working for a worthy,
end by the best methods, you
joy every day's work.
5 There is an old proverb, that says
•It is not time lost when one stops to pray
or to feed hi. horse " The trustful spir.1
the truo heart, and the prepared mind and
erwork 1 (errlb | e disea5a Consumption. Ask your-
success ■ p^iygi jf you can afford f or lne 0 f av .
1-iJirect- 1 jn(5 5QC (c run |ne jjji an( j do notr i n(! f or
nsi era- 1 j ( We ^ now f tom experience that Shiloh's
Cure will cure your cough. It never fails,
so and I Tb - u exp | ains wny more tnan a Million
it down Bottle. were .oid
croup and whooping cough at once
Mothers, do not be without it. For lame
back, side or cheat use Shiloh's Porui
Plaster. Sold by St Bernard drug store.
1, and Geo. King, St. Charles. Ky
(I) wise men who learn from
having had placed in his hands by an F ast
I Indian missionary the formula of a simple
1 the vegetable remedy for the speedy and per-
. . (3 J Catarrh. Asthma and all throat and Lung
tools, who never leant at ail. Don't let Affection., also a positive and radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Com-
plaints, after having tested iu wonderful
curative powers in thousands of cases, ha.
in Australia ; but how many are aware
that there are thousands of natives in the
United States just as expert with the magic
club as are the bushmen ' All have read
of the feats of the jugglers of India, but
how many know tout there are as good In-
dian jugglers within our own budndaries 1
How many young Americans could say
when seme traveler recounted the exploits
of the famous snake-charmers of the
Orient. "Why. yea : we have tribes of
Indians in this country whose trained
charmers handle the deadliest snakes with
impunity," and goon to tell the facts in the
case ? How many know that there are In-
dians here who dwell in huge six-story
of their own building ? How
v that the last witch in the Uni-
ted States did not go up in cruel smoke
above old Salem, but ""
craft is fully believed in ?
8.K Anuria", Cau. Co., Oal.. Feb., Me.
My !»,,-. I.1y.-ar».,l.l, «u « a IT acted l y It
I HE KCENrlHT EXPECTATION trrRPAaSBTJ.
than to be sorry.
3. Look over th
all the possibilities
| be prepared for all * ™» —-i
probabilities Don't work and plan j English, with I
the day only, but for all the time ; nor »» 1 *
yourself only, but for everv one who ! "'" « »» P. ■ . r- r -
' , , ■_ ' vol , Noyk. 8aoPower's Block. Rochester. N Y.
I by addret
by the number of days to run, separate the
rigbt hand figure from the product and di-
vide by 0
Five per cent -Multiply by number of
days and divide by 72
Six per cent —Multiply by number of
days, separate right-hand figure and divtsW
Seven and three teeth, per cent — I
liply by number of days and double th
amount so obtained. On (too the mi. i
Eight per cm
iply by number of
ays, separate right hand figure and di
Ten per cent — Multiply by nnmber of
ays and divide by 36,
Idly., serrate right-hand figure and di-
id, by 3.
L R. Woolfolk,
Books and Stationer]/,
Picture Fram*s and,
Sheet Music, etc.
Every Baby Uuggy new and lowest cash
-L. R. WOOLFOLK'S. -
Complete line of Lamps. Lantern, at
-L. R. WOOLFOLK'S.—
-L. R. WOOLFOLK'S
-L. R. WOOLFOLK'S -
Complete line of School Books. Sup
and Stationery always on haoJ al
— L. R. WOOLFOLK'S -
guaranteed at L R Wool/oio'i.
When wanting Fishing Tackle g.ve n
-L. R. WOOLFOLK'S. -
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
If yon want any sue doll, call on
— L. R. WOOLFOLK.-
T^'woo^Koui'a 01 * *'
Base Ball Goods at L R Woolfolk's
' ST. CHARLES.
Always in stock a full line of ELEGANT DRESS
GOODS. Our line of goods in this department were
never before so pretty, or so cheap.
Ginghams in quantity and quality that will surprise you.
Cashmeres and Challies in great variety and cheap.
The finest line of WHITE GOODS ever offered to
the people in this section of the country, and which will
be sold at exceedingly low prices. Call «qd see them.
F lannels of every description and of every grade, at prices
never before offered in this market.
Large variety of Underwear. Ladies' Summer Un-
derwear from 25c to 50c.
IRIBBONS and LACES.
A full and complete assortment of beautiful RIBBONS
and LACES. The best selected and largest stock of
these goods to be found in Hopkins county.
In this department we have no competitors— the small
dealer follows in our wake. Here you can find anything
and everything necessary to the well-being and comfort of
the most fastidious. Call and investigate.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Full and complete line of FINE BOOTS and SHOES,
ranging in price from $1.00 up.
Special line of MUNSELL'S SHOES— best made.
Prices to Suit One and All.
We carry the largest line of Groceries, Canned Goods,
Glass and Queensware, and miscellaneous articles pertain-
ing to a first-class grocery.
Fresh vegetables of all kinds in season.
Steam Laundry and Dye Works.
Carpenter, lontractor * Bmlder
ESTIMATES CHllflPULLV OIVRM,
T. H. MERRI WEATHER,
INet * s.j,. , Drag Slerej
Railroad St , EARUNSTON, KY.
^ ^Chil d ren's hair^ mtlng^^eCMOl)^ 1
We carry an extensive stock of FURNITURE, and
can supply the wants of all. Small orders receive the
same prompt attention as do the larger (
Country Produce of all kinds taken in exc
goods. If you have poultry, butter and eggs to sell, bring
them to us. We pay the highest market prices.
St. Bernard Coal Co.