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i h S -v giuflfor Wwhtji igcmttl. WnnNnsiMY, May 27. BEAVER DAM RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST-HOUND. No. 5 ltiprrsunnd Mnll i. m No. it Local i 30 1. m No. 7 Mull mid Hc 11 6. m EAST-HOUND. No. h yHn. m, No, ji Local 6 job m, No 6 nxprcunml Mnll loop, in, llARLKN Mkrhick. Agent. FARME THE WORLD was not miulo in n day, nor do many men get rich in a day. TM NOTTRYING to get rich, but I am deal injr out Groceries at the lowest margin. MY STOCK is complete and 1 can accommodate you with the best goods the market affords. . Homo may tell you that Groceries uro Jiigher now, but they are cheaper than ever before. BRING ME your Produce and get tho highest market price, and get Groceries cheaper than you over have gotten them before. Your Kesp'y, L. B. STEVENS For Qucenswnro call on Htcvens. Wo wnut your Wool. (Jauson k Co. llring on your Hams nnd Wool. Caiihon k Co. Wo soil Ico nt 1 cent per pound. Caiiso.v k Co, Stevens pays highcut prices for produce J. W. Ilrynut hns been grouted a pension. Don't fall to bring your Wool to Carson .V Co. For Firo Insurnnco apply to II. D. McHcury k Son. For Hoes, Unites, &c, csllon Stovons and get n bargain. Prof. D II. Godsoy, Shrove, called to 8co lis Saturday. I'rof. A. T. Lnndrum, Spring Lick, was our guest Sunday. Mrs. L. T. Cox, Stanloy, Ky., is very ill of pucumonia. Ica cream at tho Commercial hotel ovcry night this week. Hand made saddlery nnd harness at Itonfrow's, Hines Mill. Photographer Taylor will run his low prices until Juno 1, Salt yet goes nt SI. 10 per barrel nt Husrnow'ti, IHnrsMIH. Itcv. J. 1. Hicks will return from Birmingham, Ala., Friday. Loavo your order nt Schapmiro's for a good pair Shoos. Miss Cora Duko, of Concord, is tbo guest of Miss Josio Dlack, Men's fluo Sboesr (veal calf). Hub gore, for SI. W nt Schapmiro's. John, T. Moore, wont to Louisville last Saturday, returning Sunday. E. L. Bnllington is prepared to givo you a quick, easy and closo shave. All kinds Shoo Folish, ltazor Strops and Shoo Findings nt Schapmiro's. Slovens gives a sifter with each can of Golden linking l'owdcr. Wo will pay you tho highest market prico for your Wool. Gausox & Co. Miss Mary Likens, Jingo, is tho guest of her brothor,Mr. O. B. Llkons. Tub Ueiiald is prepared to do tbo finest job printing at most reasonable rates. Misses Susio Duko and Cora Allen, of Concord, nro tho guests of Miss Mattio Luco. Miss Mablo Kimbloy, Owcnsboro, is tbo guest of Misses Etta and Lilly Thomas. your doctor. The doctors approve a of Scott's Emulsion. For whom? For men and' women who are weak, when they should be strong; for babies' and children who are thin, when they should be fat ; for all who get no nourishment from their food. Poor blood Is starved blood. Scrofula never come without this starvation. And nothing Is better for starved blood than oil. Scott's Emulsion Is cod-' liver oil with the fish-fat taste taken out. , SCOTT'3 EMULSION ha bn endoritd by the medical profculon tor twenty vein. (Aafc your doctor.) 1hl If became It Is ! falatablt alwaye uniform-always contains he pureit Norwtglan CoJ. liver Oil and Put up In go cent and Si.oo aliea. Tha mall ilze may be enough to cure your cough or help your baby. SCOTT DOWND, ChemliU, New York I Am.u . i. Wownntynur Wool, liacou, Ileus, frying OlTtckoDH, Ekrh, Hums, Butter nod Fcnthors. Gaiihon & Oo. Wo will not deliver loo tiftor 10 n. m. o'clock. Lcnvo your order bo wo can nttoud to it cnrly. Oaiison k Co, Look nt onr '51. 25 Oxfords, Every pnlr wnirntitcd to rIvo interaction or monoy refunded. HciiArjiiiu:. Mrs. .T. P. Lyons, Ifnynosvillo, was tho guest of bor fatlior, .Tudgo.T. F. Cordon Inst week. Dr. .7. S. Colcinnn and vifo aro in at tho llnptist Association nt Grccnvillo tbls wook. For all kinds of tunsorinl work, cnll on E. L. DullinKton, next door to tho Commercial Hotel. Jtov. E. E. Pato will preach in tho Methodist Church of Ilnrtford, next Sunday nt 11 o'clock a. m. 3Iiss .Vcrdn Tichonor, daughter of Will Tiohonor, of Bluukol Obapol, died yesterday morning of consump tion. Sweet Potato Slips for eulo. Good variety, healthy growth. Apply lo F.'E. Nelson, old fair grounds, Hart ford, Ky. Mr. Wood Tinsloy roportod a pleasant tiino whilo in uttendauco nt tho 0. A. 11., .encampment nt Sjonictpot last wcok. Prof. C. 0. Clino's lectures nt tho court hoiiKo Inst week wcro vory interesting nnd a Inrgo crowd wns present each night. Why do you buy lo harness from merchants nnd livery men when T. S. Duko noils good harness just ns cheap? Dr. G. B. Slack, who has boon at tending tho Louisvillo Medical University, is in Hartford mixing among his many friouds. Mr. J. F. Goidon, Madisonvillo, Judges J. C. Johnson, Greenville, and Geo. Swopc Uwensboro,nro tbo visiting attorneys this week. It. It. Wedding has been invited to speak nt tho McShcrry grnvoynrd, G raj sou connty.on Decoration Day and ban consented to do so, ' Mr. Alex of Jicllcnry, one of Ohio county's beet citizens, nnd Democrats remembered Tim Heiiami very substantially last Monday. "Cheap" insurance like "cheap" building is tho most costly in tho long run. rut your monoy mnn uui lituo Company for instance, tho Prudential G. B, Likrnh, Agent. For elegant, clenn work, patronizo tho Richmond Steam Laundry. Goods culled for nnd delivered. Clydo Wedding, ngcut, nt tho Commercial Hotel, Hartford, Ky. 89tf Rev. W. J. Wnrd, wifo and Moborly, Mo., nro visiting Mr. O. O. Fair, nnd family. Ilov. Wnrd preached nt tbo Baptist Church nt 11 o'clock last Sunday. Mr. J, J. Wilson, of near Cromwell, and Mjfs B. James, of Point Pleasant, wcro married at tbo residenco of Itov, J. 0. Brandon hero last Thursday even ing, llov. Brandon ofllclating. A lady told her husband if ho would sat with her bo would get something ttmt was good, but when ho wont away from homo bo did not know what ho got. Samo thing when you fail to buy your harness from Tom Duko. Thcro's no uso talking, itVi tbo careful business mnn who reduces tho rink to tho minimum, that succeeds. To re duce this risk ono simply must keep bis property insured. For rates, cnll on n. D. MoIInsur & Sox. Our now mill will bo in operation about tho 10th of Jnno.it nothing unusual don't tako placo. When you como to mill with your wheat don't for got your produco nnd pockot .book if you want nny kind of goods. I bavo tbo bargains. Kenfuow, Hines Mill, This is Commencement week for Hartford Collcgo and n good timo is anticipated by all. Thursday night Mr. Poterman, of Lexington, will deliver tho annual address to tho two societies nnd Fridny night tho graduating class will deliver their orations. A fishing party composed of Messrs. 0. L. Field, M. Bean, Supt. Z. H. Shultz, Dr. E. B. Pondlcton and A. 0. Yciscr spent a fow days hunting and ilshing nt what is known ns tho old dritt on Hough river. They report a royal good timo and plonty to cat. Tbero will bo no sorvices nt the Presbyterian Church on tho first Sunday nt 11 o'clock ns tboro will bo a saoramontal sorvico conducted by Rov. J. P. Hicks nt Hickory church on thnt day. Tho regular preaching sorvico will tako placo at night in Hartford. E. D. Tilford, of Bonvor Dam, defies all competition in Watches and from tho cheapest to.tho finest. Ho buys direct from tho manufacturers, pays cash nud makes quick sales. ITenco ho is ablo to givo you tho best prices on tbeso goods to bo bad nny whero. Call and bo convinced. Repairing Watches specialty, 12UU An unfortunate nljercatiou between Commonwealth's !Att6rnoy J. E. Rowo nnd Henry Nail, tho saloon kecpor in tbo barber shop horo Thursday, on nccount ofsomo insult Nnll struck Rowo in tho faco, but they woro separated at once. Kail was tried in police oourt Friday and fluod ono cont. Mr. Rowo has not yet bad his trial. I am tho solo agout in Ohio, Grayton, Butler nnd Muhlenberg counties. Beaver Dam nnd Rochester excepted for Mitcholl's History of Freo-Masonry, tho only History of nnoiont Craft Masonry ovor published, except n sketch of forty-eight pngos by Dootor Anderson, in 1723. Any ono wanting this work at most rcasonablo figures, will oall on or address, of R. A. London, Rosino, Ky, m Oscar Dnvall, a boy nbout 13 yenrs old nnd son of John Duvnll of color, foil and broko both legs whilo climb- ing a tree aftor a pet pilrrol near Capt, Cox'h rceidonco last Monduy. Tho littlo follow, whilo in n bad fix, is doing na well ns could bo expected. Oicar 1h n vory polito littlo fellow and wo very much regret bio sad misfortune. Circuit Court Notes. Below wo givo tbo names, nges, rolt gious faith nnd political views of tbo gcn tlvmcn composing tho present very representative petit jury: W. J. French, ago 40, Baptist, Demo- crot. J. V. Turner, ngo 42, Baptist, Democrat. A. V. Day, ngo 01, Chris tinn, Republican. G, A. Holland, ngo 40, Baptist, Populist. J. II. Fulkorson, ngo 40, Baptist, Democrat. Hoover Neighbors, ago 71, Methodist, Democrat. J. M. Taylor, ago 30, Methodist, Democrat. W. W. Ford, ngo 40, Christian, Populist. J. "B. Dodson, ago 1J9, Baptist, Populist. O. T. Hines, ngo 42, Methodist, Demoernt. A. T, Brown, ago 60, Baptist, Democrat, L. S. Hoover, ago CO, Baptist, Democrat. 0. C. Marlow, ago 40, Bnptlst, Democrat. L. II. Render, ago 40, Baptist, Democrat. S. P Coleman, ngo 40 Bnptist, Demoernt. D. A. Miller, ngo BO, Baptist, Doraocrnt. J. W. Baker, ngo 50, Bnptlst, Democrat. C. W. Hus-soy, ngo 70, B.tptist, Democrat, J. E. Mnddox, ngo 30, Baptist, Democrat. L. 8. Engler, ago 40, Methodist, Popu list. Z. W. Shultz, ngo 09, Bnptist, Democrat. E. B. Allen, ago Co, Christian, Republican. Joseph Eskridgo, ngo 40, Union, Republican. A. L. Knott, nge 30, Union, Democrat. Cora'tb vs. Estil Render continued. Com'tb vs. I. 0. Royal dismissed. Com'th vs. D. A. Royal jury failed to agree. M. J. Kuykondnll seven cases filed away. s Com'th vs. Elhridgo Bonnett agreed judgment. Com'th vs. Ann $5. Tho remainder of tbo Commonwealth docket continued. After reporting tho following indictments tho grand jury adjourned yesterday afternoon: Murder, 1; soiling liquor, ; soiling liquor to a minor, 2; selling liquor to nn incbrinte,2; netting fish, 4; maliciously injuring telegraph line, 1; wotking on Sunday, 1; nssault, 1; injuring fence, 1; carrying concealed weapons, 8; malicious wounding, 1: total 17. Arrangements have been mofin -;ii tiir. n n .c s w 1. 11., to curry 5,000 peoplo to tho J armors .Jubileo at Beaver Dam, Juno Gth, for ono faro for tho round trip. Liquid Elccricity. Tho great remedy for pain internal or oxtornal. Intorually it cures cramps, tpasm, sour stomach, heartburn, summer complaints, diarrhoea, disoutory and colic' Externally cures sprains, bruises, stiff joints, contracted muscles, Inmo back, lumbago, rheumatism and ncnralgin. Also scalds, burns, eruptions insect bites or stings, chilblains and soro feet. 1 hnvo the agency for this now remedy and can appoint sub-agents and supply them with this wonderful medicine. Griftln Bro., nartford, Ky., nro agents forconlinont tho30 two nro Grovcr CIcve that section of county, nnd MoIIenry Coal Co., MoIIenry, Ky., for that vot ing precinct. Applicants for agency or nnviinformntion should address mo at McHcury, Ivy. D. S. Duxcan, 20tf "General Agent. Attend tho Convention. Tho following letter has been scut out by tbo Local Committco at Lex- ington: Lexington, Ky May 21, 1800. nox. G. B, LtKBNs, Kt., Chairman Ohio County Democratic Committee. Dear Sir: Pleaso nioko publio through tho local "press," and keep constantly beforo your Committee, and also annonnco nt your County Convention tho "fact that tho railroads throngout tho Stato bavo agreed to mako n rato of ono faro for tho round trip to tho Democratic Stato Convention, to bo held in this oity, Juno 3d, prox. Tickets good going from Juno 1st to Juno 3d, inclusive, and for Juno 4th, Ctb and Cth, returning. Amplo accommodations, at very reasonable rates will bo found for nil who may nttond. All Democrats nro urgently requested to attend. Re spectfully, S. G. SiiAnr, Charmnn Local Executive, Committco. For the Yellow Hettil. RoeKroitT, Kt., Mny 23, 1800. Grant that tho torriblo blow deliver ed silver on that fatal midnight in '73 whon graveyards yawned and breathed forth contagions, was thnt of Repub Hcan assassin, isn't it tho least curious nnd discreditable to tho scrntiny of a ropnblio that it took twenty yenrs to ro nlizo what had bapponed? Woro wo so dazed? And isn't it tho least humiliat ing to know that it remained for tho Populists to diseover nnd nnoartb tho crime? And isn't it a most rcmarkablo coincident too, that whon wo tako up tho howl,you hnvo totio a string around our necks to tell ns from a blasted Populist, especially sinoo that samo Populist has so disruptly nnd mysteriously censed from wagging bis nether about ; sub-treasuries, publio warehouses, government ownership of railroads, tologrophs, kc, ka. Liko tho old ncgroo's terrapin, Bilver must bavo wandered around for twenty years and didn't know it was dead. Indeed, isn't it doing qnito as woll dead as gloriously alivo.ns wo havo coined sinco its alleged domiso and sent into circulation fifty times as much as was coined in our wholo history boforo. During tho first yoars aftor this midnight mnrdor, wo coined moro silver than all tho world besides. Undor tho present administration wo havo coined in standard silver dollars sovon hundred millions, within ono million as muoh as tbo wholo amount coined in tho first eighty years our mint history. To-day silvor is a full legal tondor for nny nmonnt. Its legal ratio is 10 to 1 and has bcon for sixty years. A standard Biker dollar has tho purchasing powor and passes Yet wo nro to bcliovo it Is dead "dond for a ducat, dead" tho victim of an ntrociotis plot. Truly a strango corps. And I verily bcliovo if such mortal stabs has killed it, it would do it good to kill it soma more. Really it is livelier nnd, mora useful ns a corps than when nlivo. It lircd an inglorious lifo from 1703 to 18'M, cutting n snd flgnro to bo sure. In spito of Jefferson's suspension of its coinngo for thirty years, it drovo ovcry dollar of gold out of circulation nnd precipitated n silver basis, thus reducing our volumo of circulation to tha amount of gold oxpcllcd, when Jackson knowingly nnd purposely undervalued it nt tbo mints in 1834 which drovo it into biding nnd invited gold back, proving conclusively that no powor of Congress can control tho market valuo of a commodity. By tho way. Gen. Hardin, who just now is denouncing a largo majority of tho sound monoy people who voted for him as foole, is reported to hnvo said nt Winchester tho other day that if tbo gold.bugs put this country on a gold basis there would bo a bloody olution..What a refreshing prophesy in tbo faco of tho cold incxorablo fact that wo hnvo boon on that voryfiomo basis for sixty years nnd what is inoro, so fur tho gold bugs havo not nnd nro not now proposing nny change. Why, its tho silvcrites that want tho change a. no irutn is, n uouuio standard is a rousing absurdity on its wison fnco and bimetallism is practically only on n singlo standard. Our prosent system Mistains nnd holds silver up.in spito of its great dcclino in intrinsio value. Hcncoitaimmensocircnlationalongsido of gold under a gold standard, tho liko of which nmount never was dreamed of before twico ns much as nny country on a Bilver basis. As n matter of fact whnt countries uro now on n silver basis? Mexico, China nnd Jnpnu. Whnt is Inbor nnd farm products worth in those countries? Good) GoodI Wo nro eensitivo m American citizens nbout aping tho court of St. James. What must bo said of a galoot who goes off after theso heathens! Tho gold bug is wilfully misrepresent ed whon declared nn enemy to silver. Ho wants conditions to remain as they nro except soma reforms of onr paper currency in n mild conservative harmless way to avert tho constant danger of tho nttcr depletion of onr gold reserve reserve tho foundation stono of our wholo financial nnd commercial structure. Trno ho too, would liko to seo silver riso in tho market to 10 to 1, bnt so long as thcro is eo much difference in tho mint and market values ho fears that "unlimited coinago would it did in 1702, n silver basis which under tho present condition would rcduco ninety billions of property to in two hours.reduco our circulation and sweep tbo country with a financial cataclysm tho liko of which tbo most imaginative could scarcely conceive Isn't it unreasonable to bo charging tho gold bug with all sorts of dark crimes ngninst silver when bo is absolutely proposing nothing only silvcrites ngninst their proposed changes as extremely dangerous. If over wo mon in this brond land deserved n unanimous voto of thanks and confidence, by tho wholo peoplo and if over silver had two friends on this land and John G. Carlisle Freo nnd unlimited coinngo at tho ratio of 10 to 1. We havo this ratio and havo had for sixty years. So wliat's the nso to cry for this. Freo coinago is n delusion and o snnre. Why should Ohio county bo taxed to open our mints freo to tho Jones nnd Stownrts of the West? Mints aro nothing bnt mills. Why not tax Mr. Stewart for freo grist mills and yon havoj'our corn ground free? Mako them pay for it and if there's 6eniorago let it fall to the people who rnn tho mints. But you toy gold is freo. So it is, bnt I Bay mako it pay toll. Thcro is no reason for freo mintago except to invito a metal from hiding. Again you say as our platform tays "without discrimination." Well, now lot us reason together a littlo. When the gold bullion holder goes to our mints ho has to presont 100 cent's worth to get n dollar. How is I with Mr. Stewart on tho idea of 10 to 1? Just 50 cent's worth. Aro you going to tho gold bolder to offer 100 cent's worth and tho silver holder CO cent's worth and at tho samo timo dcclaro thoso aro terms of "exact equality" and "without discrimination?" Is this what you mean by tbobacknoyed proposition of freo and unlimited eoinago at 10 tol? Ahlbnl "Blows tho wind in that direction?" No wonder tho Jones' nnd tho Stewarts aro howling onors. Their wealth would thus bo doubled at tho oxponso of tho peoplo, But if you insist wo'll yiold for sako of harmony, tho point of freo coinage Tvhethor you oan givo any reason or not, sinco whilo useless and oxponsivo, it ha,s not thoso oloments of danger which gold bugs dread in unlimited coinago at any ratio not regulated by tho market, so thcro's your freo coinago. Now what do you want with unlimited Whnt good will thnt do? Whom will it bonotlt nnd why do you want it? I say after all, mints nro nothing but mills. Would your flour bo worth nny moro if tho mill men unlimited it than if thoy just grind wtiat was needed? How muoh easier would it bo for you in to get bold of n dollar if all tho bullion syndicates of tho west woro to dump their Imllion nt our mints and bavo them run for tho next thousand years (you know, run our mints full wo could not coin in a year tbo annual product of tho United Statos) exclusively for thorn? Would wo bo any richer? Certainly nof. Why, if you want to do somothing smart and good for tho masses, just lny an incomo tax on tho Stewarts and open our grist mill to freo and unlimited coinago nt nny ratio you liko. Thoro's not a poor dovil in this broad land that it would not do a monstrous Bight of good. Mills and mints do not crcato, thoy inorcly ohango tho form of products, after nil onr grain is gronnd and bullion coined tho world is no rlohor, oxcopt tho valuo redded by cost of tbo change u moss you allow .ur. btowart to liavo silver made a dollar. This A. would largely increase- his wealth, but not that of tho country sinco bis gain wouui necessarily bo somoboily's loss. Until mills and mints conoumo grain und bullion thoy will crcato no-demand. John G. Carlisle was never for nnv such ' system, I'll givo n dolfnr for ovcry let ter in ovcry word of every speech bo over mndo in favor of silver ns now understood in current discussion. Tbo vory speech garbled extracts of which stnnd nt tho head of many silver nowBpapers was absolutely ngninst freo coinago. In thoso duys it wns beliovcd tbo Bland-Allison act resuming coinago of Bilvor and restoring it to full legal tender would restoro silver to its old timo market value, and bo might bavo beliovcd it, but whon thoy tried that nnd then tho Sherman net and silver fitill declined ho would bavo bcon a fool not to chnngo bis viows on this nolnt. But what is tho differcuco what ho has dono or said. This could not- possibly effect tho principles involved? I only appeal as a matter of simple justico to tho fair minded to right n flagrant misrepresentation. But flnanco is not nil of Democrnoy. It is with human interests nnd I'm a Democrat in its broadest and fullest senso. So lone ns thcro is organized society tbero must bo compromises nnd Order must mako concessions nnd personal liberties must bo forogono till wo striko tho happy medium. A republic is beset with two dnngers thnt requiro wisest counsels nnd united organized effort to escape Social order a Scylla ou ibo ono hand nnd personal liberty a Charibbis on tho other. Tostcor clear of ono and not bo drawn intp tho other, I Bay requires united wisdom and effort. Past experience demonstrates that, whilo not nlwnys right, majority rulo is upon tho wholo safest. Our is based on this idea providing 'proper safo guards for tho minority. Then who is bigger than his party? Nono. A bolter is simply a bigot and a fool making an ass of himself. It is currently reported that both Vest and Tillman havo declared in ndvanco their intention of bolting if they can't havo things their way. D nsucb Democracy. It should forfeit their right to a Beat in nny Dcmocrntio Convention. Tnoy nro a pretty pair to oomo to who shapes tho policies nnd principles of tho national Democracy Kentucky whoso wise counsel is stamped upon ovcry national platform to enlighten her peoplo on Democracy. Sho of nil wns not renrcd on thceo wild nnd woolly "rule or bust" lines nnd when on outsider has tho cheek to uudertako to instruct her, he must do himself tho distinguished hon or of planting himself squarely upon tho national platform or bis coming will only discredit tho causo ho espouses. That's tho kind of Democrats wo nro. For tho nominee, always right wo trust, but right or wrong for tbo jominco. Resolutions. Wnr.itEAS, It is now a positivo fact inado known to ail that Dr. W. Alexander, President of Hartford Collcgo, will on tho 20 inst., sever his connection with this College, nndromoyo to South Carrollton, at which placo he will nssumo tho presidency of Wost Kentucky College, tberoforo in viow of bis nble, eminent and faithful sorvico hero in tho field of his labors, nnd our nppr'ciation of his merits ns a nnd educator, bo it Resolved, By tbo nypatian anil tho Adclphian Litorary Societies of this College, 1st. Thnt in Dr. Alexander wo have always found a trno nnd devoted friend, a sincero and faithful worker in tho causo of education. 2d. That his wholo lifo sinco his majority, has been devoted to tho elevation nnd betterment of socioty, nnd tho amelioration of humanity. 3d. That wo reeognizo in him n gentleman, bcholar and philanthropist. 4th. That wo also reeognizo tho high character and noble traits of manhood and truo womanhood, tho oxccllont culture, splondid virtues of Profs. Shultz, Foster and Misses Nail, Gregory, Wcerner and Morton, co-laborers with Dr. Alexander in this institution of learning. Cth. That wherevor their lots may bo east, our eincorcst friendship and most faithful prayers for thoir success and happiness attend them. Gth. That a copy of theso resolutions bo spread upon tho minutes of tho two societies and that each of tho Hartford papers bo requested to publish them. W. F. SciiAriniiE.I B. O. Gibson, O. E. Thavts, VCom. A. O. Tavlou, I Z. H. Snuirz, ) Sunday School Choirs and kjiico kjiuos aro coiiir to con test for Jubleo prizes Juno Gth at Beaver Dam. "Will notify Jubileo Committee. That Now York'City consumes nine hundred and sixty million eggs in ono year; nearly thrco hundred thousand pounds of butter ovcry day; nnd ns many gallons of milk; that it cats threo hundred and flvo million pouuds of boot in a year seems astounding. And yet theso figures nro, in reality, vory moderato calculations which Mr. John Gilmer Spccd has reaohed upon investigation, and embodied an artielo on ".Feeding a City Liko Now York," which bo has wrilton for tho Ladles' nomo Journal. A lady nt Tooloys, La., wns very siok with bilious colio whon M. O. Tislor, e prominent morohant of tho town gavo per a bottlo of Ohnmbolain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ho says sho was woll in forty minutes after Inking tho first dose. For sale by Z. Wayno Griflln & Bro., druggists, m Stato Warrants. Tho Ohio County Bank will pay tho vory highest Iraorkot prico for State Warrants. S. K. Cox, Pros't. BEAVER DAM N0TI8. May 20. Tho Beaver Dam nigh School oloscs its most successful year this wcok with examinations nnd Tho litcraturo class will givo nn entertainment . on Thursday night, consisting of original productions, interspcrod with music Prof. R. Burton, of Indiana, will dolivor tbo annual address boforo tho Literary Societies on Friday night. Prof. Bur ton is a thorough scholar and a finished lcoturcr. Tho publio is cordially invited to hear Prof. Burton. Miss Margaret B, Clark and hor class, assisted by Miss Fanny Raymond Clark, of will givo a "niusicalo" on Saturday night. Profs. Ray and Taylor will open tho regular Summer Normal on Monday, Juno 8. This will afford a splendid opportunity for young and students who wish a thorough reviow. Wo nro very much impressed with tho character of pupils who havo been in attendanco during tho year. Not a Binglo disturbance or cafo of ir regular conduct, bnt nil without excep tion, havo borno themselves with commendable dignity. Thoy will go away without n slnglo exception with tbo plaudits of tbo citizens of Beaver Dam. uoou rams iiavo improved tlio crop proppects,nnd all crops aro now promising except wheat, which will bo loss than n half crop. Rtnui,. Owcnsboro suffered a very survero storm at nn early hour yesterday morning. Thcro was no ono killed so far as heard from. ' The Roller mill at llikvllle U now ncarliif; completion, Four men are here In the foreman' care At work to best creation. Chippie nnd I'rank, Detail); and I,nnk And the boi who's alroante's Shafer, The former four can do much moie " Hut the Utter can do It safer, Loss Bhnfer, llmve tlililVs he'd starve In this rural country of ours, On which were bent and still content In a land of natural floncrs. Don't you foicet that we're a busy set Ilolli nt the mill and store, I'. Itenfrow has prices low Iietter goods nnd more. A oyclono passed throgb Iowa, Illinois and Kansas last Monday killing 43 and injuring many moro. Gold. Tho Ohio County Bank will pay $r,r, for full weight-, fifty dollar gold pieces. S. K. Cox, President. Farmers' Jubileo Celebration at Beaver Dam.Juno Gth, 1800. Always in season, Hopkins' Steamed Hominy (nulled Corn). Elegant lunch in Milk. Qt. can 10c. 10t4 A oyclono passed through Michigan killing 100 persons nnd injuring many moro last Monday. A eonrso of Hood's Sarsnparilla this spring may bo tho means of keeping you well and hearty nil summer. WASHINGTON LETTER. I'rom our special correspondent.) Washington, May 22, 1800. Scuator Gorman this week mado good tho threat that ho mado somo timo ago, when ho called attention to tho fnct that thcro would not bo monoy enough in tho Treasury to meet tho extravagant appropriations mado at this ECEsion of Congress, offering an amendment to tho Fortification bill authorizing tho issuo of 8100,000,000 in 3 per cont certificates of indebted ness. Of conrso tbo Republicans throw, up their bands in holy horror at tho very idea of such a thing, but nono of them offered to join Senator Gorman in trying to curtail tho extravagant appropriations. Senator" Quay is going to seo to dicker for n placo in tho band wagon, und Speaker Reed is thinking unprintable thoughts. Tho Tho Republican oppositidn to has about reached tho collapsing point. Thoso two eminent Republicans of the nouso, Walker, of Mass., nnd Delzol, of Pa., exebnnged this week tho complimentary forms of "demagogue" and "impudent," in a littlo discussion brought on by tho former making a kick against boss rulo in tho Houso, which nllows Speekcr Reed to control all legislation in that body. Gon. Fitz Lee, now-on his way to Cuba, opened a May festival given by Southern ladios of Washington in aid of tho proposed Battle Abbey, to bo orectcd as a to tbo bravery of tho Southern soldiers, with a spirited speech endorsing Battle Abboy idea, nnd highly culogistio of American valor. Gen. Leo is endowed with that mysterious quality wbioh wo call personal magnetism to n marked extent. As ono of his old soldiers nnd admirers puts it, "I bcliovo Fitz Leo would crcato enthusiasm at n Quaker meeting, if allowed to tnlk for flvo minutes." Senator Vilas naturally, resents tho tho ohorgo that ho secured tho adoption of tho resolution by tho ordoring'thut Secretary Carlisle's recent Chicago financial speech bo printed as a publio document by a tract. no statos that his action was opon nnd nbovo bonrd in tho thnt boforo bo asked unanimous concent for tho adoption of tho resolu tion ho consulted with Senators Cockroll nnd Tollor, as representative silvor men of both parties, nnd thoy nssurod him that thoy had no objeation to tho speech being printed as a publio document so nsto mako it frankablo. Prniso from your political oncmics is ofton moro dangorous and than consuro, but tho roforonco to tho Immigration Bureau mado by Representative Corliss, of Mich., doesn't belong to that class. He said of this bureau, in a Bpccch mado in tho Houso this week: "It stands out ns ono department ot tho government tooking, onrncstly nnd faithfully to exclto tbo laws with roforouoo to immigration, and I want to cougrntulato my Dcmocratlo friends that thoy havo havo in this department worthy and efficient mon." Ex-Congressman Stump, of Maryland at tho head of tho Immigration Bureau. Thodobatoon tho immigration bill, which was passed, brought a now orator to. tbo front in tho per son of roprcsentativo Buck, of New Orleans. As a naturhzed American citizen Ho enmo to America in 1853, when only 0 years old ho opposed nny burdensome restriction on immigration. At tho closo of his spoeoh ho wa warmly congratulated, by thoso who agreed with him as well as by thoso who did not, for having mado ono of tho best speeches of tho session, from tho stand point of tho admirer of finished nnd cloquont orator. A movement has been started which Mr. Mark Hanna will do woll fo watch carefully. Its avowed object is to throw tho voto of every negro to tho St. Louis convention against MoKinloy, nnd to eithor Reed nor Allison. This movement is hcado by tho notorious Perry Carson, who uua jor many years uosscu mo negroes of tho city of Washington nnd who I has bcon n dclegnto to every Republic-' nn National Convention for yenrs' pnst. Carson is nn illiterate negro, ' but whon it comes to political trick-' cry and tho manipulation of nesrocs i ho can givo tho Bhrowdost of his whito brothcrn pointers. Mnrk Hannn may bavo to buy somo of thoso nigs again. Mr. John Bell Bigger, who has bcon clerk of tho Virginia Houso of Delegates for years and who is always posted on Dcmocratio politics in tho Sttto, is, in Washington When asked if tho Virginia would bolt if tho financial plank of tbo Chicago Convention didn't suit them, ho instantly ropllcd: "No sir! not on your lifo. Boltiong Ins't In our line. Wo will stfok to tho party, it matters not what platform is constructed iu Chicago. If tho financial plank should dcclaro for tin or zino as a monoy metal it it wonld bo nil right wit Virginia Democrats. Party bucccss with ns is paramount to nil other Take The Herald. FARMERS! Use tho old llclinblo HOMESTEAD Bono Black FERTILIZER for your Spring Crops. High Grade, Best Quality. Send for freo pamphlet containing full information. Manufactured by Michigan Carbon "Works, Detroit, Mich. For sale bv Hooker & Co., Beavor Dam, Ky. ,9,4 CHAS. L. FIELD. OVERWORK -INDUCED- Ncrvous Prostration Complete Recovery by tho Use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla " Somo yenri ngo, ni a result of too ' closo attention to liu.sincsi, my health failed. I bucuiuii weak, nervous, was utialilp to look after tuy Interests, and manifested nil the symptoms ot a decline. I took thrco bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, began to luiprovo at ouco, o?EOPEIETOES i$ s?9 LIVERY 33- QjaS1 Dealers in Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Surrics, Carts, Spring Wagons, Eoad Wagons, Gale Harrow Supplies, Etc. The Best of Rigs -DAILY AiiB eaver 'Sv and gradually Increased my weight from ono hundred nnd to two hundred pounds. Sinco then, I and my family liavo used this medicine when needed, nnd wo nro nil In tlio best of hcaltl', a fact which wo nttrlbuto to Aycr's Sarsaparilla. I bcliovo my children would liavo been fatherless: bad It not been for Aycr's Sarsaparilla, of which preparation I rnn not say too much." II. O. HiNroy, IVstmnstcr nnd riantcr, Klnnrd'M, S. C. Ayer's iS Sarsaparilla RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR. AYER'S Pills Savo Doctor's Dills. Wants the Earth. Tho Ohio legislature lias become on pillngo nnd plunder, nnd somo of tho worst jobs in tho history of that job ridden stato aro being rushed through during tho last days of that body. Tho nppetito of tho Ohio boss is voracious. Washington Post. Solid For Ciur Heed. A few Republicans of tho houso had the decency to oppose tho unseating of Judgo Cobb of Alabama, but tho bulk of tho party majority voted solidly for Czar llccd's "hog" policy. St Louis Ucpublic. Not With the l'rotf ctloul.ln. With tho balauco in tho United States Treasury nt $210,000,000 tho protectionists want to raise tho taxes. Tho people, however, nro not with tho protection-bits this trip. Exchange. A CUnco Into the Futura. Somo timo in tho future tho conntry will doubtless witness a reunion of tho men who wcro promlspd tho vico presidential nomination' on the McKiulcy tiokct. Exchange., Vroclalnied a Favorite. Boss Quay fs duly proclaimed Pennsylvania's favorlto son for tho presidency. What a spectacle is this, my countrymen 1 Boston Herald. R. HOLBROOK. STABLE rTi r m(r, tfa. leqtucljy. Saddle and Harness Horses for Sale or Hire at All Times. 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