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ROGERS, hMm, OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY 111 THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERHS-1- 1,.5 Fer Annum, In Adnnce, UN $1.25 per year. lu each month nt Cnmp, No. .11, Department Kentucky, inrtntIIrllord)K).,econdhaturiU Cicero Mnxwell VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1892. whero naught, but the waning moon and her glittering train keep their silent vigil. When our society was in its bloom and vigor, in its youth aud manhood, beforo tho cyclo of death had culled a rose bud, a bright flower, or a giant oak, somo of us no doubt allowed a pang of jealously to enter into our licartit, at tho depth of thought in others, God's gracious gift or may bo hnve criticised heaitily the brilliancy of others, for wo felt nnd knew wo were lewcr lights nnd only moving in their shadow. But changing humanity that wc are, there is a day, when charity enters every heart, and with Uih blessed acaurace, how very sweet nnd restfu' will our sleep ho, for well wo know thnt thoso who had the lcastadmiration for us in this life, will conic round our bier, nnd with tender, loving hnudi, :raccfully drape the mantle of charity about us, and speak of our good acts only. This is heartfelt charity, kindred to the Heavenly Parent and we have seen this many, very many times in our own dcai town, and this is, I think, by far the noblest attribute of the soul. But, dear friends, after much thought upon the subject, 1 have come to the conclusion that our lives at best, are mado up of mistakes from the cradle to the grave; thnt wc scarcely learn how to live, until tho dark waters are hiving at our feet, and tho boatman ready to row us o'er to the House Beautiful on the sun bright clime of the of the evergreen shore. Aud I urn fciucercly conscientious in what I am about to say, that for all tho summer ftiends, I would not give one genuine frieud in this life, one genial spirit, that will not keep the nlabater box of friendly love nnd tendernet-sealed up until after I am dead; that will speak approvingly; speak cheering words, while my heart can bo thrilled aud made happier, filling my lifo with sweetness, ami not keep nil the bright, fragrant flowers for my coffin, but be constantly scattering them in my pathway, to refresh ami cheer my weary hours. Give mo friends, whose hearts are full ol fragrant perfumes of sympathy and affection, filling my life with tenderness and the swectucu of love for others, and at its close I will take a colli n plain, without a flower, the dainty, beauties I love so dearly, a funeral without u eulogy. For "What worth is eulogy's blandest breath When whispered in ears that are hushed in death? No, no! It you have but a wr rd of cheer, Whisper it while I am alive lo hear." In conclusion, dear friends, my sincere wish is, that should wo never meet socially on this earth again; that we may all one tiny meet in that grand Club Boom abovo without a mining link. M.vrrii: B. U.vuiturr. s NO. 24. Foreign Competition m England. Aiucrlonn Econoinlt. State Directory finvcrnor Lieutenant lovernor H.cretary of Stale Attorney Oenerel Audit. r Tre aiure r Kegiaterof Land Office Aigiilnnl General Supt. Public Instruction Cirri. PuMie Prlnte r thoughts. Wheio rests tho wind tluit's tangled my linir, frolic- Mmlc pink my clieek by its go in o air, And kissed my lips so debonuir Where rests tho wind I wonder where? J. V. Itrown M. 0. Alford lltadley W.J. Ilrndrick LC Norman -- H nrjr Hale M. II. Swengo A.J. Oroa. K. 1'. Thomaon A . AiMim K Polk Johnson cotriTXTT ami Novemtwr.. szxsEcroxvx'. LP Lithe .0 llerdwlck J P llarrclt J I K Circuit Court convene tliu 4 tit Monday In May Judge Commonwealth' Attorney Clark Where go tho clouds so rapturously lair That capture hearts and souls en snare They are going, I can declare, Hut whtrego tho clouds I wonder where? Jo. Noe Where hido the stars away from the glare Of the Sun's bold smile nnd hot burnItoweu llolbrook ..8 0TjFor ing stare, fcherirt ' PTomaon l.llrr Coiirlconvrne.tha lat Monday In c.ich month. They too have a refuge, a home, a lair, Yet, whero hiile the stars I wonder Cnuit coi.vne tha 3rd Monday in January. co-sitx- Uomsalsaloner COVET. --- Judge Attorney Clerk Morton I. Felix covns. April,JiilyndOeliil,r. Court Wgiii" Hi" January. aid December, a lt Monda) In OctoUr and rvcrrcE'B cotrxrro. Juatlce'a court" held March, June, September cr date, iippnait.tha nmr, (J A'Turnrr, A, M, S, t, J, J HcKuialey, ,J, 3. I It W Tuylor conatable. (S. f. Stevens, 16.10, 10. II., J. A.M. Kiimn, II, is, II. it. IT. (1. w thou, conatable. ( Kdd.a Mlllor, J, I, I, I. i ChamWra I. V. Z. 1. In Coxrt of Clevlxaa. whcie? tu study my nerves, and git reconciled tu be snored lu dcth. But when I tuck n picco uv paper tu light mi pipe; Land Sakes! I couldn't believe mi own ics, tliar it wus in big letters: 'A recetc to cour snorin." Well, I red hit over aud over: turned hit upside down, and side wise, and rubbed mi ies tu seo if hit wus shore fur certain that bit wus thnr. Land Sakcs! when I seed hit wus n fact; then I squeez hit titer and titer in mi hand, mid lafl'ed nnd cried, and got down on the florc, nnd rolled over nnd over and hollered "glory," but this brought in some uv the unber wimen, cause tha thought I was goin crazy, but Dilsy Ann Slipkins seed I had mi hand shot titu and thought I had tho ci amps, but I toltl 'cm 1 was piutedly happy, cause tliar wus goin tu bo n big meetin at Pea Vine Ridge soon . dream was not dark. It was gold mid blue ami scarlet. A rainbow did span it, Anirols wings did fan it, Autumn imo did veil it, And a raven said, "novermoro," And tho soul saw "Lost I.onoro' In this clreiiin it aw her. Tho soul wore a smilo, So happy whs it tho whilo, Jr stootl thoro dreaminir, Dreaming, it was seeming To forget its mission In gazing on tho vision. Is the Beyond nothing more? Tho idiot can nnsweras well as tho sago. Whon wo havo said "O'er the rivor, o'or tho rivor,,,,lOver thtro,wboro tho hlroets are gold, and the gates pearly," "Whoro there are roes w ithout thorns," thoro is "Wlior Kternal Lifo," still, still it is only Beyond, and over and always hero it must bo only a bright lioyorul. Sons cf yeterans. Ink, C. M, I,. Ilowr, Scrgetint. C3-- . -- SEGIiET ORDERS. liruia, CaaawaiL. riiiiuiti, (J W acvnetabl. Retirttv. Iletias. (Perry llennett, 7, 6, 7, 7. 6. a. a. o. JUT Item (.Hit la) lor conatable. (H t. Fulke raon. U. II. II, 1 c I. Wood ward. II. II. II. (Oeo W ltowe constable. (W1 tutry.11,10. J, II K Mer. lu, . I, a. W P Miller conatable. And whero's tho Creator, who these mysteries created, Where now is the Maker whose heart was so freighted With lovo for His creature, His subject, His slave, That the light of tho scpulcher is the Son whom He gave? Ho lives, He reigns, Ilis blessings I share 'Tin enough! Tis enough! I do not asK uhere. Liuie Walker, Jfartford, Ky. Well, jist ns soon as the nnber wimen left, I went tu gitm ready tu cour Jonathan thnt nite uv snorin. The recete saiJ tu git a fringy bresh, and when he got through his puffs aud snorts and got farly on his back; and opcucd his mouth wide, jist tu bo ready tu tickle tho pallet uv his mouth Well! Land with the fringy, and Sakcs! I laid tbar jist us still as a mice, watchin fur mi chance, and when he wus most ready, I jist slipped the bresh from under my pillow nnd put my finger through the loop on the big end, and when he opened his mouth tu unjint tho rafters, I riz up, and lowed jist tu tech the back uv his mouth, but hit skecrcd Johuathan so, that he jumped, aud swallowed tho bresh down tu tho loop.and it chocked him so, that he riz out uv bed; nnd so did I, fur I wus swingin tu tho loop nnd couldn't git mi finger Ioost, and uv nil the plungin, round and round, I never seed the like n fore in all mi born days. Ho up sot the churn nnd skected up nnd then I pmtedly draw-- cd the cotton wick out uv his mouth, with all the becso wax and fefhers gone, nnd he screamed: "Murder! murder!" and all the nnber men and wimen in Pea Vine Ridge cum gcth- enn in, tu see what wus the matter, and when I would start tu tell 'em Johnathau would order me tu feliet mi mouth; that he thought hit a pihe blank shame wc after had lived tugethor nigh on tn seventy year, tu tiy tu murder bun, by choakiug him tu deth with a fether bresh. Land Sakcs! Johnathau is still as hot as peper; cause I kuow he is, fur ovei since I tried tu brake him uv snorin, ho goes oil tu the barn and bars the door, and sleep in the hay loft, cause ho says he is aferd if I git another chance, I will cum up that and mnko a finish uv him. Now, I leave hit tu you all tu say, if I hant in a peck uv trouble. With best love anil respect, I is, Yours till dcth. Gauzk. K. D. Walker offered the following us embodying tho sentiment of those present: A few of us are here as members Judge ,. EN N of Patio Court. i rlsivas ).-- J J Mit'hrll, Judges H P Taylor, inarahal. soMwtu. N 0 llanlrl, jndgr; J W Daniel, Koarmtla. UaarraaD-- A J I, II avldon,Jtidgi-; Of the Surviving Members JaeA Polling, W 1' the Hartford Literary Club Of 1875 to 1879, at Col. and Mrs. John P. Barrett's Judge; Thotnaa, marshal. K.iaroHT. Klrkla liritl, Judce. t C (.'reader, Julge; Renaa marahal, Oilier fonntyr Officer. Ifcl.eol Suburban Home, Nlro-i- Surveyor Ass.aaor Ceron.r Huirictinlrm.. J C W I'arrott Joe II lloger J W Bradley II Wllann Mutbrrrjr Frldny I'.Tenlnar, Jnii. unry H, I S9a. , lliirllord, Hy., on At 5:30 o'clock p. in., qnite a num2ass-rarotrvrozjcsxrr. ber of tho invited guests were ren. K. 'hurrli,Nnillh. Brrticra third and at ceived by Col. Barrett, assisted by l (artkHimday In ach month K. r.. la'rlnrk errry .Sunday monniiK. Mrs. Uctlie A. Itowc, and were ushHatf.raator. tatur. miBllilCbnrrli. rrior arcond Sunday ered into the cozy little parlor of the day anil Sunday. Kl.lith.ohool try Hot. J. P. Colrmau, I'aator. host and hosted when, after words of ajieruinj tt o'clcK-kAral and fmirlli V. I'. .'lmrla.-.Sm- ir kindly greeting for each and all presSunday inrachni'Mltlt. HaMKlthachuol at oViuok try Sunday tnurnlns. Ilrt.ti, II. Mrlkmal ent and remarks full of pathos aud ry M. K. Churrli, at 9 i. l and iiltht. regret for those absent had been exIa.( l')l.. IValor. Aral and changed, Mis. Barrett came in aud Alabn llaplUI,ami niLjht. HallMth.acluol IbitdHunday manner nftcr bidding each aud all a cordial atlo'olocka a. Itrt.J J Hinung I'aator. welcome she advanced to the center-tabl- e aud in a queenly and dignified manner, made thu following announcement: FitiiiNt.s: 1 have a few worth of greeting for you nil. but as 1 am not an impromptu speaker, I have pen ciled them down. Satdnth-Mhoo- Il. . B (col.)-fi-ri- .'i-a !'. h. SaMuth-aOmo- 11CTWKKN" LOUISVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET KUO.M Sleeping Cars, ANI) TO i.oriNVii.i.i:.nt:tiiiiiN.vi-KNnt'IIATON IHMJK.hii.I JiKH OUI.KAM, ln !ttriilil. The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND FKOM Kaw York lMillHiMpninllnltimoro Wathlngton Norfolk (IM Point L'omlort Itlchtnond lluflnlti Clovolnnd Toledo Chicago Indlanapolli Cincinnati i.ouiiille astern and Northeaatorn Points aid MemphU Vicltburj; liaton Kouk ijow Urloani Mobile l.Htlo lUck Hot Burlaji and point In Wot Tcnnti-'- ! Miiaieuppi TexHi ArkatiiiAi Liiia(iK and tbe South and ' hMtiiwest. Th llt.aj.is thoroiiKhly equuned and in advanced, unvarnished subjects, IN TltOUULE. condition, and provldan excel i leat arrangement in time nd through cart though ably handled, yet filled in as 7b fie Club Members: unhewn stone, then lovely rose-buMe ueloved Buetiinhin and A rcATVKt it the timo and convenience tecured by tho Limited Kxprcgi Traini. of thought, somo luxuriaut sprays of Now, as Mister and Miss Only a mioiit's bidk betweon lyoultville laurels, others rich caricatures, aud Barrett rit a invite and nxt mo tu aal Memphit, and tho bent and quickest aervlce botween tlie two cltieaorer offered. some brilliant, sparkling gems of jine you nil tu nitc, and ns I is in a Tlckt,Tim.Tbla and all dealrfdinferma. thought or treasures of wisdom. peck o' troublo and can't bo thnr, I tl.u iK'urfd by arplylng to W. I". I.ONU Others raro gifts from tho Muse of koucludcd to rite aud let you know Aanl nt Ilrntrr imin.or W.H.FconlT.Oin'ITui.izt.tLoniiTilli.ET. Mount Paruassus, who had drunk how I is gittiu a long, fur I always deep from the crystal waters of the knowed if you could tell your tiials I,Ol)IHVIM.K, NT. I.OVIN 4c TKX. K. K. Pierian Fountain. Indeed, tho grand aud tribulations tu a few cympathi.en sublimity of thought in somo aud tho friends, thnt bit would bo a power uv Li.ini.li, St, Louis & Tixn fUili.j. soft cadenco, or hidden music of comfort tu a poor soul. others, havo over followed mo down Well, Johnathau snores, and he SCIIKDUI.i: IN KKKKCT NOV. I, 1811. u tho journey of life. Those were beguu this busiuess soon after I know-e- d days, never to bo forgotten. him, nnd ho gits loudor aud more No. 51, No.SJ, Tho memory of our nscociation will uv hit, as ho gits older. Why, he Dally. Dally. WEST IIOUNU. begins with a few puffs, then short 7.41 n. in. 0 21 p. tn. ever be to mo, liko a never forgotI.oulaTille Ur. 1.118.111. 7s!!0 p. m Weat Point ten poem, filled with the rarest, and snorts, and when bo turns on his f:17 a. in. i.07 p. m. llranden'iurg sweetest perfumes of tho heart, as a bacK, opens bis mouth and begins in 9:14 a, in. 8J7p. m. Irflnnton WM a. m. U.U p. tn. fadod flower, Ktrpheuipsrt whoso odors remain yeurnest, why, Land Sakcs! hit would 10.44 a.m. 0:16 p.m. Clomport long after the morning dew and fresh- make tho bar strato on tu your beds 11:11. in. lo.lo p. m. Hawmllle 11:.TSn. m. 10 it p.m. (.effUport ness have vanished. tu hear him. Fur you would pint-edl12: 10 p. in, 11:11 p. in. Owtnuboro Dear friends, tho tear drop will think hit tho eujmo on them 1.04 p. tn. ll.M p, m. Mpottiwlle 1:21 p. Di. 12 W a, m. start, when wo pauso to note tho thnr steam kears, mo aud Johna-thaAr. llndrraon " missing links that havo dropped out wont tu tho town of Louisville No. 13, No.M, Dally. Dai'y EAST HOUND. of our circU; tho vacant chairs, tho on, jist a tarin through the houses. 7.11 a. m. 9: Up, hi. I,t llndraon bright sunny facos that havo long ago Now, hnviu tu endure nil this fur 7: 17 h. in. 3M7 p. m. Boottaillle been placed upon tho storo walls of nigh on tu seventy year, has mado 8.27 n, in. 4:11 p. m, OwctiivHro Lewiiport Hi'Ja.iu. 8,01 p. in, tho past, yet, down tho long corridors mo tho most cxcitnblest woman on 9.13 a.m. l:Vp,m' nawfirill lo ol n. in. 1.17 p. ra. of time, memory brings their dear earth, fur hit is no uso tu try tu Clomport 10 28 a. m. 0,19 p.m. faces more radiautly beautiful than sleep, nnd if I chug him tu hush, so Btfphenaport 11.02 a, in, 7.01 p, in, IrvlngUm beforo, ns in fancy we seo thorn as- 1 cm git to sleep, bit makes him hot 1I.2-o. m. 7:11 p.m. llrandenhurg Vt OS p. in. 8.01 p. m, sembled in that bright Club Room as peper. So I hav red every alma-niWeat Point l.oo p, m, v.oi p, in. Ar. I.aulitlllf abovo, In twilight's holy musing, that was over writ in the land, eit Taaloa No, 11 and No, 5i nmke eonnrcllon at when memory traverses the gallery of fur tho last twenty year, tu find n Iriinton (Sunday excepted) with trulna on I.ouli-lill- my heart, I will over linger over tho tu cour liim, and axt every A Weatern It. II., eaat and Itarllniburr image of the good and lovely. But agint what cum with tluir patent wait bound. For further information, addreaa 8. A. W1KKL, den. Pa'r Aff't. nt the low sigh ot tho wind, theso medicines, if they hnd euy thing; but Loulaville, Ky. shadows of our loved aud gone, that nlwnys tho same sad answer, they have been holding sweet communion knowed uothin fur that uilnmeut. MU with my soul, vanish; go out to their So I give up in dispar, and sot down quiet resting place, tho greeu mound, and took up mi pipo tu tnko a smoke, VASiaBU,U. OffloelOlX WWWiamK, Bnt-olaids hal-cyoy n k re-c- Beloved and Honored Members of the Hartford Literary Society of 1875, ami Kind Friend of the Pica' It is with a feeling of inward pride and genuine pleasure that .we liavo tho honor of your presenco this eve niug. 1 presume it will be no effort on the part of nnv member here, to recall the memorable winter of 187"), After the rending the guests, for a ud several others following. few minutes, engaged in conversaTho object of our organization was tion, relative to the excellence and for social pleasure and mental im- appropriateness of the address, when provement, and wo resolved as it the hostess made tho following statewere, to erect a Pyramid to knowlment: "As eoiuo of the members edge; the masonry to bo put up by could not attend nnd have written tho giant intellects and tho decorative their regrets to those present, I preart, by the geutlor sex, Wc met ev- sume there nro none but what would ery two weeks to pay homage at this liko to hear them." The request was sbriuc. And with what real pleasuro unanimous to read any communicawe looked forward to those meetings; tion that had been received, wheie-upo- n each wondering what offering tho alio read tho following: other would bring. As this structure NANCY JANE JONES AND JOIINATIIAN liriUm?r.niK U of the Hartford Literary Club, with friends attending, in the nature of a reuuiou aud to enjoy tho kiud and gracious hospitality of Col. Barrett and his cultured wife,whoso welcome, d characteristic of then, has been aud unstinted, and for which in your names, with mine added, we thank them most cordially, and to "Outsider," with uucovcred head, for ourselves, the bar, medical profession, press, college, and all of us, make our most unreserved bow. The circle, I lament, is not complete, n link here aud there missing because of sickness, others because of residence elsewhere, aud still others who have been summoned to that Great Beyond, whence thero is no return. Hallowed be their memories, nnd wc trust that they are basking in the sunshine of Divine approval on the other shore. I feel proud to have been a member of nn organization that numbered so mnuy shining jewels in its crown, whose brilliancy would have shown resplcndeutly id any coronation. Articles have been produced in prose and song that would havo gilded the pages of tho country's best magazines. With pardonable pride, I hope, Hartford has boasted of her talents and true worth aud more especially has this been justly claimed for her ladies, who would ornament any aud every community. It can be truthfully said, wo think, borrowing "Outsider's" lunguage.tbat a town, of its population, can rarely bo found, excelling in talents, nnd many of tho possessors were members of this club. On this 8thof Jnnunry, our country has been proclaiming through her iron and steel lungs the great victory of a noble nncestry and the rich boon bequeathed to posNancy Jane Jones. terity, and it is fitting and nppio-prim- e that we, too, should meet and After this the guests were invited celebrate the generous rivalry inculto the dining hall whero tho effect of cated by our club amongst ourselves, the pieces read was quite beautifully und feast ou the sweet communion of and poetically expressed by one of pleasures oft enjoyed by it. I have tho lady members as follows: "Mrs. participated so fully, and to the brim, Barrett has brought us to the dining of tho good things placed beforo us, hall with tears in our eyes aud smiles and nt our disposal with such lavish all over our fuces." After n sump-tuo- s and artistic taste by our host and repast enjoyed by all, tho guests hostess that I cannot longer detain returned to the parlor and wcro en- you und will close by wishing that gaged for quite a whilo in a social, many, many, such reunions may bo genial conversation. vouchsafed to us, and remarking that we should bo mindful when the band Col. Barrett then read nn excellent of time shall have pronounced the article, which will be found on an- death of each day, wo havo pitched other page. our tents that much nearor the Eternal Camping Ground aud strive to Mrs. II. P, Taylor was then called mnko "our and election upoti to road somo selections from pa8ii ro." per No. 2 of tho old organization aud edited by Mrs. E. D. Walker, nnd Tho guests then took a reluctant among others, read tho following, departure, but not until each and which wc reproduce: every ouo had givon to both the host 11EYOND. nnd hostess a hearty handshake and AnuMthetized by the drowsy,dreamy had thanked them most cordially for pufliug of a neighboring steam mill, the excellent evening's entertainment ono sultry, summer afternoon, as I lay which their hospitality had so gralooking out of my upper chamber ciously and fittingly furnwhed. window, a soul stole softly out of its body. Yea, stealthily stepped out of FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver the wiudow, lest it should wako its Complaint you have a printed guar-an'- oo keeper, tho Physical noiselessly it on every bottle of Shilolrs glided on over the green sea of foliage; It novor fails to euro. Sold ou past tho horizon; on and on past by Z. Wayne Griffin & Br. the clouds and stars, and ou, on aud still ou past tho far away bluo ether Special Announcement. into vast space; nnd still on nnd on Wo havo mado arrangements with search of the shadowy it went in land tho Beyond. Somowhoro, said Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of A Treatise on tho Horso aad his Distho soul, surely it lies. Ah, where? eases," which will euablo all our subYes, yes, it is scribers to obtain a copy ot that valu"O'er tho river." there. Angelic voices como across able work freo by sending thejr adt stamp for from tho other shore, but somehow dress (enclosing n B. J. Kendall there is a tog on tho river today, and mailing same) to Dr. Enosburgh Falls, Vt. This book is tho wind wafts adowu tho stream. now recognized as staudard authority Over there it is vaguo and misty. upon all tliscascs of tho horso, as its When I look, there aro cobwebs phenomenal salo arrests, over four spun about my oyes, I'll kill tho spi- million copies having been sold in the years, a sale never beforo "Invisible, in- past ten ders cried tho soul. reached by any publication in tho visible," was tho refrain, and tho re- some period of time. Wo feel confrain went on in tho samo koy "mys- fident that our patrons will npprcci-at- e tery, mysterious," and tho soul shivthe work, and bo glad to avail ered nnd shuddered with cold, and a themselves of this opportunity of obbook. vapor fell upon it, and tho light from taining a vnluablo It is necccssary that you mention Beyond went nut aud all was dark. this paper in sending for tho "Tieat-lso- ," Still stood tho soul thero dreamiug on This ofler will remain open for 12 12t the verge of the Beyond; but tho only n short time. open-handepeace-callinVi-tali- or. two-cen- Workingmeii of sound mind must see that if they aro employed nt good wages in the manufacture of something which is made in Europe by labor receiving half their own wages, tho free admission of tho thing from abroad must lower their wages or throw them out of employment altogether. That is ns plain ns day. The only hope of winning the wotkinginan's votes, which aro absolutely necessary to the success of his policy, at the polls, lies in or concealng, oi evading this simple truth. e The "reformer's" favorite method of getting around this is to point out thnt wages in England, though considerably higher than on the Continent of Europe, were not lowered by foreign Competition when that country adopted Free-TradThis he thinks is u poser. It is merely a resort to fallacy. Iuduetrinl conditions were widely diflerent when England threw down her Tariff walls from those prevailing now. No country on earth could compare with her in manufacturing facilities. Fostered for centuries by the most rigorous policy of Protection the world ever saw, her mills had grown in wealth and experience, her artisans whre trained and skillful, she had labor-savi- ng processs.es and economical methods unknown to other peoples. To say that England was supreme in manufacturing expresses only half the truth. Sho was practicaly tho only manufacturing nation on earth, For a whilo England's primacy in manufacturing was acknowledged and her fabrics went to every inhabitnted corner of tho world, but statesmen of other lauds began to realize their dependent position so long ns they did not make clothing, tools and muni tions of wnr for themselves. Tariff were reared on all sides against British goods, and iron mills aud woolen factories sprung up. Their progress has been quite ns marked as England's had been while she had Protection. a dozen nations stand ready, like birds of prey, to pounce upon tho rich market of the United States so soon as our Protective system is abandoned. Under those altered conditions Englnud, too, is begining to suffer Horn foreign competition. Her in dustrial rivals have made up in recent years under Protection the start Eug-lan- d when she proclaimed Free-TradFrench and Gerniau goods nro selling in daily increasing volume in British markets, nnd under the eyes of British workmen kept idle because of this foreign competition. Free-Trader- 's Free-Trade. To-da- y e. t Ja. lUaattr, Caplaia, a A.. TZ. P.S. Ilataia.Cora. Pout, No. 8, Department e K nlucky, meeta every third Saturday at 1 o'alaak r. m., in Court.IIouae, I.eltchAeld, Ky. S.A.McSurar.AdJ. J, WMiOoamt. Pnr(toMotosrntNo.4,Depa-tmenlofK- . tuck), mecti every Saturday before the aeesad nt 10 o'clock a. m. In tliarourt-houiea- t Hartford, Ky, J. C. Chabf.rli, P.C. I. M. llimop, AilJ. PROFESSIONAL CARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. jam. a. oirvv. G-len- n J Edwin Eotwq 6s i. . "Weeidinsj, a. wtcsnia. HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderaou'a Ilaraar.) Will practice their profoaaion in all tha conrta I v.mu .. mi ujuiniiig uouniiea, inu court or Appeal!. Special attention given to onmmal praclic. aad collection'. T2nly Farcies Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. attention given to collections Office north side public square E.D.OUFFY. O-uif- fy .A.. SraitH, Will practice hla profession in Ohio and adjola. Ing counties, and tho court of Appeal, bpact'a TTU B.D.R1NGO. cownlp,rl'c?;iv;f.5h'V"i?!j Lra'!; "t?"0.?" and " bule" attandrt Office, Io. , over Anderson', liainar, Hart ford, Ky. vaVly Slnro, Attorneys at Law. 6s 'l Perry Westerfield HABTFOBD, R-osin- ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3CTT. ' IS. 13. Vs7"ed.ilrLg;f. Attorney at Law, e, ..'? Public (Offico In Crowder Building.) Will prnctlcn hi. profession In all the courts .R.nd TSLir. adjoining counties. Alao Notary Ylunfj f 2v. Ij. Heavrln, ATTORNEY Hartford, Ky. Wlllpractlcelilsprofesaionlnnll AT LAW, " Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in the Court of Apieal. Special intention given to collection. Office, first door above the Bank. the Courts of it j Physician & Surgeon, Uru) son and adjoining coua ties. Offlc. in dsu.'c, (the Dr. Hadon property.) 131 A. J. SLATON, M. D., rormeny or Jlillwood, now locate at Laitah-fieloffers his orofesiionI serncea to th. p.oala r. J". EC. Tayicr ly 6s Co., OnensMro, Ky. DENTISTS,! Friileriui Street . m a Oh, tho ringing in the cars! Oh, this humming in the head! Hawkiug, blowing, snuffing, gasping, watering eyes aud throat LEITOHFIELD, KY. Health impaiied nud comfort fled, Offico in Postoffiec. Till I would that I were dead! What folly to sufler so with catarrhal troublc8,vhen the worst cases WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSIORB of chronic catarrh in the head are reGALLON lieved and cured by the mild, cleansing nnd healing properties of Dr, Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It purifies the foul breath, by removing tho kFjkht cause of offense, heals tho soro and inflamed passagci, and perfects a lusting cure. DENTIST. C.Theo.Cain, HB3flEQ3 A NASAL INJECTOR freo with oach bottle of Sliiloh'g Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by .. Wayne Griffin & Bro. A Danville Verdiot. Mr. Jessie Dunn writes as followcs: "I have used Quiuu's Ointment for the last twelve months ou thorough-piWindpuffs, Curbs, and Splints, it has never failed. Horsemen should not be without it. It would seem as if Quinn's Ointment was nn invest-uicii- t. n, "sxzss rxxoxca-xt-AjraKJawe- , For the finest ami Most Artistic Werht any size or style. Frederiea St., belvetn 6m37 3rd and 4th. SHI LOU'S Cure will immediately roliovo Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by 'A. Way no Griffin & Bro. Dr, Fenuer's golden relief is ted to relievo toothache, headache, neuralgia, or auy other puiu in 2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises, wounds, wire cuts, swellings, bites, burns, summer complaints, colics, (alfo in hor8C8),diarrha?a, dysentery and llux. If satisfaction not given money returned. For sale by L. B. Bean. war-ren- I KS8& M blVcToHlO Sleeplessavtss Carta la ' IT I am glad to teitlfy that I nse4 Faator Koav nlg'i Noire Tonlo with the beat aaoeoM tat tleepleisneis, and beU.T. that It la a nall gnat relief for Buflerlng humanity, . HUNK, Taalor, Keylortoo, P. 0., Pa, Waldocx, Mo., Oct It, '90. About flva y ears ago I became affactad, throng" MoesilT. .molting, with a nsjrroa. (tomaca trouble (dystxpiUJ. My bealtb. brok. daws completely, I lost taj appetite, and tn eon.. Mann oecamo very weak; I ooiua not viewy at all, and nervous tuO.rlng. and symptom, war. Innumerable, Four doctor, all known dyspep sia remedle. and alto ewotrielty aaordad aa ao relief. Am a last resort, Juat a year ago, 1 some of Pastor Koanlg's Karn Tente, Tlio aocond doa. rellorod my paint, aad aftaf nams oniy a row ooiiiea i am tmimj oarao. i certify that Faator Ko.nig'a Nerve Tonlo baa proven not only a great and beaefleent rmdy, MHaiso euurwy Vnlunble lloott an Narrow to ilacuaea aaui irooeaa asraaaraaa alao obtala ml luHir nattauta iiiouiciuv irw aa wuuia. a reniedybs lieenrraparea oyia. u"rtaa Th Paaior Koeniir. of Fort Wavm. lad. since U.aa4 Is sow prepand underbl. direction by tie ( 1 jonN nomas. FREE! 24-4- t TIIK REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, hid., says: "Both myself and wifeowo our lives to SHILOIPS CONSUMPl'ION CURE." Sold by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Subscribe for the Hartford Republi- can. ARE YOU MADE niiserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, ollow Skin? Shi lob's Vitalier is a positivo cure. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & I3ro. Happy and content Is a home with " The : a lamp with the licht of tbe mornloc CaUtoeuti, write Rochester UmpCo.,NtwYork. Obtained, aud all MltNT hlbHiiAl at Out office u tended lo for UOIIKKMK tho II B. I'nteut Office, and mi ran oti lain I'atema tu icv tunc than thoao r.mol. from Semi HUIIKI- - OKA WIM1 or IMWfAC7M.V. Invention No advise as to latent ability fieenf ihuiKeanil uoinaa. AO IIIAKOH opposite Fin cnctiinr. advice, ternu and t.fer.ncet to actual cllciil in ) mil mm Matt. County, lily or imvn, vrrilu in VM.f.S l'MK.T H KOENIQ MED. CO., Bold by Druggists ntaUgarllottU. lArso Size, 9)1.75, OBotUaiforSO. Chicago, Ilk srM J8 Omt'- LtS9HBUNaU Ogia It I'altHi .Taiaiantois, 0-- mmmmmmmmtmmajstaBMmummmmmmmm Hartford Republican E rCnUtHRD EVKKT FRIDAY MCKMN'O. FK1DAY, JANUAKY Ifi, 181)2. It is now Governor McKinley. . . and overheard the following: "We will invite tho boys and then go around after them." It is easy to Ripped up tho Back by Ono surmise what till the intense interest of tho Faithful. These coming belles, like meant. inIlAUTFoim, Kv., Jan. 13, 1802. their older sisters, had felt the spiring impulse of a glad leap year, Kuitoih Hkpuhmcas: Seeing u spirit of fairness innnitestcd in the ntid wcio arranging to proceed accolumns of your paper, I nsk perinia- - cordingly. THE HERALD An "Outsiders" View of Hartford al charge of it and I li.iut and u successful Rend by Col. Barrott At tho Rouniou of tho Hartford Literary Club, Friday Mvoning, Jauua- - predict a future for Hartford Riu'I'iimcan, under management of Jo. B. Rogers. Hnrtioid has had, nnd sti'l .. . u,n " ' bill, tho tho lui", ry 8th, 1892. z:l ;;;::: ,,r . ,im' -- VmiH slurp. I. lividiiititH1. . sion tr cay If there ..croaker. the world is worthless to the community in he lives it i the hard timcH is any man in Wi: me pleased to give our many readers this weekm henutiful poem from the pen of Hartford's talented young poetess, Miss Lizzie Walker. Hon. Wit.UAM McKini.ky was Inst Monday innugurateilGovernorofOhio. .The demonstration was the greatest over tendered any Governor of the State. Hev. Bunton, of the Methodist Conference, died Jan. 3. He was a mau of considcrahlc reputation in this part of the State as a preacher and an author. . A silk plush plant will now ho transferred from Kngland to Portland, Maine, and ouo more establishment for the employment of American hi hor will heouis. Mb. Fiikd Uakucii, Hartford's expert young stenographer, prepared for us an excellent outline of the last Friday night at College Hall, hut it is crowded out for want of space. de-,b- ato . It takes a man with a great deal of cheek to say that the farmers' laud juul labor are worth less than half they were twenty years ago, hut a desperate cause cares not for truth. The second term of Hartford Col- lege and Business Institute opens Ja'nuary 18, with very flattering , prospects. For the young men ntid ,", of this part of the State it deserves to be the "fceek no farther." Phesidi:nt Hakiiison ed the Hon. has appoint- William Lnu'say, of Frankfort, to succeed Gen. Bragg on tho Inter State Commerce Commission. The appointment is a good oue, as it will give to the country an efficient officer and to the administration a stronger hold on the public mind. Souk "hard-fiste- folks cnu't hear to see yeomanry" or champion fairly treated, much less complimented, without kicking. No wonder, when these same ''hard-fisted- " are represented by the motley crowd of "waifs," "nondescripts," "nobody's childreii,""misguided men" and "hobnohbers." Si'itt.viiKii says no free coinage hill will pass either House of Congress this sessiou. That means, if it means anything, thnt the Democracy will dodge the Free Silver issue, as they would like to do that of Free Trade, but their tactics are well underitood and the people will hold the party to the their loluting to tlic present Representative. Mr. Crow-tha- t needs no apology otl'ered for his tion on the two committees. He did not place himself there, but the same spirit that prompted the contemptible, yes, dumnnblc little slurs of that sheet, the Herald, put him there. There is a Democracy grand in its principles nnd elevating in its practice. It is useless to say that the Herald is as ignorant of this ns it is of a certain one of the Ten Commandments. All the Democracy the Herald knows it gets from the Democratic Executive Committee, that branding pen of tho party. It is one of the principles of the party to submit to a majority rule, yet this ugly bird would foul its own nost because not enough men in the county saw fit to vote for the man put nut by a DemoIt is much to he re-- , cratic caucus gretted that tho grand old party-hafallen into the hands of those who do not hesitate to Haunt its linnner while perverting its principles. The farmers in Ohio county have submitted to a representation ground out by first one then the other of the old parties nod have had no good results from either, notwithstanding the Herald's sweet toned piniscs of our "able Representative." They demanded certain kind of legislation and the old parties told them 'twould not he constitutional. Realizing that they were the of the constitution, they were forced out of the old lines to obtain their claims, not that they are not as good Democrats as they were when thev voted for Clevelard, but because the Star Chamber could not brook a demand from the people, "'lis theirs to do and die." Now if the Herald had learned Democratic principles and had advocated them for these many years that it has been putting in its best work for the Star Chamber, the people of Ohio county would have been represented by u Democrat today. A majority of the people of the county have grown tired of 20 or ."0 men putting out a candidate nnd gauging their Democracy. They have waited for the promised relief, all in vain. Let the Herald but ad vocate pure Democracy and the people will feel thnt a victory has been gained greater than the capture of two cities. That old scab, the Democratic Executive Committee, will hide its de formed head and the bright rays of the glorious sun of liberty will again beam down upon a happy people. Jj:KFi:itso.viAN Dkmociiat. iv won! posi-whic- h collar-marke- d Louisville dailies recently spoke of dipt. S. K. Cox, our esteemed townsman, as "a prominent politician." The Captain disagrees, nnd says if there is anything he isn't, it is n politician. It may be thnt he is taking n rest from politics hero of late, but the time was in the political history of Ohio county when the tjian who dared to cross his path was unmercifully snowed under, as mcii of more than one party can testify. of the great s An unsophisticated youth the other day strolled into a Hartford printing office, and chancing to run acros a hook, which, forty years ago, served printing-press- , as the face of a ttnp-doohe exclaimed with ecstasy: "Oh, you have n Bible in here!" and immediately the devil spat upon him, and said: "Thou fool, kuowest thou not that I rule this roost? But if thou will find one copy of the book you mimed in a newspaper office on 1ih earth, I'll excuse you from the visit you owe me in the hereafter," and the youth departed on his vain sjarch. r '' When one is on the lookout for funny things, there are always incidents happening that would cause a smile to play across the countenance of the mot sanctimonious. A few days since, while the streets were very slippery, one of Hartford's gallant young men, in order to be very polite when he was about to meet his best girl, dofled his hat, and at the same tunc struck a slick place on the pavement, and his feet slipped, throwing him to the walk beside her. He arose quickly, and walked away, muttering to himself, "Oil, that I had died when I was an infant." The dude stood on the slippery street, Where nil but he had fell; And waited there with freezing feet, To gieet some passing belle. The elect fell on, and still he stood, Till near the close of day Thnt maiden fair, to shun the dude, Had gone another way. He sighed aloud and sucked his cane. And then began to freeze; Ho knew- not that the maid had passed, And together knocked his knees. - i "Come, diidiuc, sighed, come," again lie "For I will soon be gme;" And but the pelting sleet replied, And fast his knees knocked on. Upon his back he felt the sleet, And in his tangled liaii; with Ins And kicked the lamp-post feet In still yet wild despair. The New York World says "If the MuKinluy act does not raie is of no practical uo, eithar to the manufacturer or tho wage o.irn-or- ." She saw the dude with rapture wild; He tipped his hat up high, To which Tho S.in Francisco And then n ghastly smile ho smiled, a strict accountability. As though with love he'd die. Chronicle) replies in home'y phraseology: "When a farmer builds u fence) Then up he slipped a thudding TilK reception given to the survit sound vors of the Old Hartford Literary around his fields it does not follow-thaThe dude, oh, where was he? ho expects tho act to result in Club of 1875 to 187!) at Col. and Ask of ln- - friends that gathered round an iucrea-vKcrop of grass, but there Mrs. John P. Bairett's on the evenThe fragments foi to see. ing of she Slh iiist., was an event is a roisonablo presumption th.it if which, in point of literary taste, cu- ho keeps tho (ito closed his animals With cane and hat ami tangled hair. That there were ued so rude; linary elegance and social enjoyment, will have more to eat than if ho alThe funniest thing that happened there has had no equal in Hartford society lowed all his noii'hbors' cows and Was gathering up that dude. bince-th-e time when this organization horsos tho freedom of hid pisturo." Perwas nt tho height of its glory. TheroxvasihJlon.l.;:i'. Hub- Dental Notice. haps no similar organization m nny BEDA, KY. It is my good pleasure to announce bard, xvho xvas a member of vour There are so many of our citizens country town in the State ever had ;iub. Wexv.sa forcible anil able) to the public that I have taken rooms so many brilliant lights as did the one that aie on the sick list this week that over the Heaver Dnm I5n:ik and now dvocite before the conrtM jijkI jurio.s. of whose members this meeting was a we cannot begin to mime them all ill have tho most elegant nnd best fur- had fine littr.iry attainments w an reunion. There was the Hon. II. I). this article, but nearly all have the nished dental office in this part of effective political speaker ami but McHcnry, u profound lawyer, states- grip. the Green River country. First-cla- ss for his untimely death would no The grip has nearly depopulated man and politician of national repuwork at reasonable prices. In my doubt have climhud to the topmost tation; his cultured wife, who under the schools in this community. office from the 1st to the 15th of each round of tho hidderof fame. Lotus XIV. the lume of Hosiue, has thrilled with mouth. .Sensibly thankful for past .Itidfjo W. F. Gregory, now deexquisite pleasure so many lovers of patronage and respectfully soliciting a ceased, au acquaintance of mine, TOWN TATTLER. the beautiful in King; the Hon. K. C. continuance of same, I tun xvas n member of your Club, and xvas Hubbard, whose bold qualities of mini Yours truly, ono of tho vory best equity lawyers A prominent literary lady, of Hartand whose brilliant oratory won him V. T. M(!Ki:sni:y, Dentist. I over know. an eminent place among the fore- ford, bays she thinks there is not Reaver Dam, Kv. There are others 1 could favoramuch fccn.--e in poetry, and you mismost men of the country; Dr. J. E. bly mention but .spaeu forbids, bi-- t whose ability iis a phxti-cii- m, spell thi! "eeiico" any way you wish. Pendleton, Notice of Disolution. I xvill add that your lawyers are far surgeon and conversationalist But the Tattler contends that fioin The paitnership hertofore exist'ing nbovo tho average of towns of the is not excelled tn the State; Mrs. her gifted pen, m every sense, it may M. Harnett and K. A. has it between 0. .sio of Hartford. Pendleton, whosu beauty of thought he centlcss, but in no seii'-e- , Milligan under the firm name Harnett Then your town is and has for nnd language would do honor to lit been senseless. it Milligan, publishers of the Hurt-for- d years been noted for its eminent women or tar greater preten erary ItiU'UM.ic-AN- , U dissolved, K, V. The Holincs Baud meets regularly sious; Col. mid Mrs. Rirrett, xyIiomj jiliy.siciaus, ono of xxhom, Dr. John Monday evenings; the Ladies Aid .Milligan having Fold half interest in K. Pendleton, work with the pen has been very sucis tho roconied Find paper to Jo. 11, Rogers. cessful nnd very p'easing; Mrs. II. P. Society on Tuesday evenings and the ud equal of tho best iiirl ablest C. M. U.UtNI.TE", Taylor then Miss Pendleton whou Progressive Euchie Party on Tuessurgeons in thu Statu. E. V. MiM.niAJs, sparkling wit, humor and poetry gave day nights. Admission fice, and viYour town too, has ono of thu best tn the two former, hut her a popularity which sitor desired urranireil and most comfortable Col-le- go Millor-Polix- . few have pose!ed; Mrs. E. D. Walk- the Tattler is unable to state the price buildings in tho Htato. You Mr. G. V. Miller, Hoko Uranch, er, a most pleading cojivcrsation.il 1st or qualification necessary for entrance Jiavu Jieen quite fortunate too, in and Miss Liz.io Felix, OJnton. were and a lady eminent in her literary into the hitter. hax-ii- i it presided over and conductman icd nt '! o'clock p. m., on last attainments; Mr. nnd Mrs. Malcolm ed for mivuriil yoar.s past by that able and and a young Tuesday. Mr, Miller is ono of Ohio A young attorney Mclntyre, tho former .in able educaefficient instructor, Prof. Yny-lu- nd ,,eRt ""ly'b men. ""d is ft and tor, the latter n highly refined and merchant, of Hartford, recently took Alexander, I'll. 1). Under Lis im rum is cultured lady; Mr. II. P. Taylor, a a two cluys' hunt, in which they bu- cmanagement tho school has been a (?) huly of rare worth and intelligence bright and modest young lawyer; ceeded in killing Kevcnly-fivand best of all, I complete suei-os-- , Mrs. Nail, a literary star; tho Hon. Mpiirrcls, at least, they say they did, and is also a teachor.Tho Ria'tJiiucvLN limlorstuml that oxory child living E. Dudley Walker, one of tho lead- mid of course nobody doubts it, nor extends congratulations and wishes ui your town 'ets a thorough col ing criminal lawyers of tho State, will anyone even be so unkind us to them u bright and happy future, loiato coursu freoof any charge, nil whose peculiar oratory, mntehless intimate, in the slightest degree, that oxpenseH beinf,' inatlo by your lax- logic unil great magnetism few juries this Hjuirrel story possesses any Notice, is to j I,ayorH To whom it may concern;-Ph- is could at all be termed that But space forbids tho can resist. I must not forget tho Hartford state that the firm of Carson fc Morton mentioning of others. Realizing in "fishy." lias been dissolved. I having sold to Herald, which, for many years, has part the great work dono by this oi- inbeen nnd is still legarded ns one of On the next evening after tho T. J. Morton my entire one-haguuizatiou whose members in the in the general grocery ntore on the very lct local papers in the main have either passed on to the Dickens Keccption, four of Hartford's terest bewitching members of the gentle Market street. Mr. Morton will eettlo State. undiscovered country or else havo I am not m familiar with your oth e moved far down the of life, sex, who are about entering their nil the firm's busuiesj Those indebted to the firm xvill er local paper, mil xwien in your cuy , wo feel prompted to say that Hnrt-for- d's teens, wero standing in front nf tho recently. I learned that ono of ttin ' leiise call on him at ouro and settlo young people could do nothing Dunk, talking in an undertone, such Respectfully, brightest, ablest, and most energetic more xvorthy than tn organize u so u ouo as only a female can command, same. i of your young men had taken editori- when the Tattler chanced to pa- - by J. II. 11. Oaiihon-- . similar to the one of long ng fletv pri-ee-- t,it w-il p'lysi-riuus.-i- Protection in a Nutshell. He sighed but once again aloud, "My dudine, must 1 stay;" When toward him fast he scraprd and bowed The dudine made her way. Lot'tsvii.t.::, Ky., Jan. 18i)2. I'. HiiTttt, JJnrlforil, Iyi, My Dkau Slit: Ry the merest accident I heard of the entertainment tendered by you and wife to the surviving former Literary Society, that existed in your town, some years ago,known as the Hartford Literary Club, to be given on the evening of the 8th inst. I had the pleasure of being nn invited guest, and being present upon one occasion, when you and wife entertained the Club members in the spacious parllou-c- , while lors of the Hartford said oiganization was in existence, nnd heard that edition of their paper read, and to say that I was charmingly entertained does not begin to express my feelings, 1 was surprised at the depth of thought in some, the literary brilliancy of others, and the scientific, artistic and poetic tastes of still other contributors in u little inland town like Hartford. I enjoyed the cveningso well that its impression will he vivid on memory's tablet while life shall last. If you will not regard me as an intruder and you feel th.it what I have to say has sufficient merit, you aro at liberty to read it to your char injr circle on tho evening of your entertainment. 1 Was, when I attended tho Club meeting' referred to, somewhat and since, been more familiarly acquainted with Hartford, and am convinced that in tho intelligeneo, refinement and elegance of hercitieus, she is not surpassed by any town, anywhere, of like size, circumstances and surroundings. Your professional men have been far above tho averago of similar towns, ninny of them having rii-eare to such eminence that thc worthy of special mention. There was the gifted and lamented lion. Henry D. Mi'Honry, who was very successful asa lawyer. Our impressions urn that his mic--- ! cess was in a 're.it measure duo to the facts, First, that he was b nature, endowed with a fine legal mind. Second, that ho was a student at law under tho old rigid, regular, thorough course, in exist-en- co before tho late war and last, but not lo:'st, but greater than all el so, ho was a fair and honest lawyer, and never contended for rul-in- irs and verdicts that his better judgment told him were wrong. Tho result being that when bo did earnestly contund for instructions or findings, his words had gr at weight with judges and juries. Ho was ala politician, so quite successful a having risen to the prominence of a National Legislator, Ouo of tho highest compliments that could ho paid any politician outside of the chief magistracy was bestowed on him in the appointment as ouo of tho Democratic National Executive Committee, a position hu held for sti oral yearn prior to his death. 1 a No mi lerstand that Mr. . iinitv siieies.ful Mi'Honrv financial a id commercial fields. 'flieii thei.' was the lion. K. Dud ley Walker. Ho has been piomi-neu- t politically, is the equal of any barrister in the State, as u general iraetitioiior huh as :i lawyer I 10 has but fow- - eiiu.ils anyw hero. CW. John s a volume of the poems, from the nitistic pen of "Wo-ineand appreciated and enioyed them very much. Mrs. Kniily Null, deceased, mother of Mrs. .1. 1'. Pendleton, and alo of our honored citizen, I. 11. Nail, of the Farmer's Home Journal, was a inemher of your Club. I understand she was nno of the most brilliant slurs that ever shed ellulgeut rays over un organization of that kind. I wjll not have time or space to re fer to till your citizens that nieiit especial mention, but cannot allord to close this communication until I allude to oue other. You have in your town, a beautiful, intellectual, cultured ami teliiicd young lady, gifted with raic poetic genius. I mean of coure, none othI have er than Mi" l.izz.ic Walker. aciuaintauce with the young a lady mid have read u low of her several poetic pioductiotis and have been charmed and cdilicd thereby. Their fieipicnt reading has induced me to send the youiu; lady the fo'lowing rhvthmical ipieiies: ," moiniml published big furnitue stored martin & smith Or Hall's old stand on Main Street. When in Otvcnshoro, call al (he m cheap. SMITH, We have the largest STOCK and Save monlowesii naiees io he found. Uespy, ey hv giving us a trial. "The Furniture Men." SV1ARTIN IflfjEBiM .ta m .h f V V t ' J T ' i- -J ' tfOTft sriP r;rriTC j a.cs-- - -ssesd sowmssv. t virr-5?.K- s .'H I' ll i . fufc.A&? rfEsfftHsSpM V?j!?'2S1?I Ir Sm 1 .Silver-linin- all the mountains, And the sweet, pellucid stream? g Tllcir? t thou lovu the ijiieen of heaven When she sheds her orient beam, DO-.- l)o-- Waxing bought the Dost thou love the ladi.mt day tar. When with occidental lay, He biiN us all a pleasant good night, Al close of au autumnal day? Dost thou love the stars that twinkle, In the deep blue vault of heaven, As they come like shilling diamonds, O'er it in the ipiiet even? thou love the rugged mountain, With lofty peaks of grayi-- h hue, high, they seem to be That .Supporters of the uz.ure blue? Dot Horsen, huggiesJ and wagons for salo or hiro at all times. Spocla attention given to all stock entrusted to my caro. Yours Vory Respectfully, xvish to inform the I .ivory Riimiiosm of K. W. Taylor, public that I xvill do a general I.ivory, Sale and Feed business at tho old stand, and hImi keep on hand RFC It! IKS, WACONS and CARTS of tho hitesi and most approved make. forgot that tho Hartford Transfer is still to tho front in behalf of tlioilriiiiiiiiorainl traxolingpiiblic. Please give mo a call TIII5KK TRIPS DAILY. C. Xj IFIiEIjlD, I) Hartford, TZy. Do-- t thou love the clouds that In the We-- t with crim-o- n dye, -- neile When the dav is swiftly fading From the hind, and s.i, and kv' Rolling, surging, madly onward, No earthly p'lwero.in stay their tide'' image, Dot thou love the orm-dark Ami the lihiniug'- - glancing wing. And the thunder peals 'that hear-clThrough the rocky valleys ring? y, love the deep blue ocean When the o'er it lido, u orni-waves J WJUT m T sV - .5p7' s a iC" -f.'- f.v Nnr?-V1a - ,) o 6 EL. thou love the When vhev ope their tiny leaves, At the touch of April While the South wind softly bieathe-siin-hiue. Dot jnl AiH Kk r-.-i 4ttv MALARIA I, ? 1MV prTq7's-v-nEr'''Jvr";- ... A,,i.;.'fl:. r.t.::iUmnSyiuR fyt,ArPrf. t V A A W. Yes, I know thy spiiit lovoth The grand ami heautitul of earth. For, within thv-opoetic, i'lioughts sublime, have golden bntli. ul Nature hath a ilent language, Deep and ladiantly divine. And to be her true interpret! r, Thi- - wouilrou- - gift, fair one, i thine. -"i-r-iii:n.- talking thr ordinal . iiiiii)e Tn,tc,pM ch, .f0l ic i. ask for f!.:nx i'" mi ilnii't ." - nt i In .10. imtricil Mih'titlttev clniaiinii to . Cl ill r.inu-hol1o just as tood full 60s. nnilcfiLtaflif 48. T.i i and iloscs, while lanv of tonics only hohl 4,'J uiitf .I t. U'- - s. C.r ixi-'Tonic is as lnr:e as any dolcontains Imt twenty four to thirtv nils) for fit) ocms ."'liiiiiifnctiii-of- l li.v PAHI8 lar tonic end rot M. . Sold by till DnigKlat MKUICINM: COM PAN V, Gi v lCP 1 VH IB!7 3wE t Ala Ui'V w1 I'ffE tj' b I ILl IXcax (.1 1 l J .'..- 1, "''it , :'' ' '" biar s incT ,stc1ci Chill Tonic which hat MKh im.vcri.jl satisfaction, and vour fiuoxn's. To c.rt ti-l- le n.-'- o. l::t p yjry n c r d 1 rd 1 r c . . i $65 4b it pos-- .r ;crc nno Utl. !fiil ni titr'M s f A- - i !!t !?Ms J, FAST I LINE .li , I. til -- l il '.t.ctuEa Buffsy xxitli Hub fcJunUs. and Shalt Tips, lor abovo prlco? Sllvar-pKita- 4."--v Dash Rait, Sont O D ctfti O xTM pag-- B ) ? o B C 0 o 3 o c a a 1 z S 7 n m Z en l2n , r I r a p o n P m X a B " n a o o z m ' Wrlto for our Now 80 ? P 0 3 Z m '' A OTTT-jpTDJ- .' i Cntnloguo of all kinds of Vehlclas. Address r r V Jv CINCINNATI. U U rO Ho. SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. OHIO. U.S.A. p '"DTTn ALL DAILY i MFHT.S .H- -si LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. I, Solid Tires, $HS.OO Ho. 2, Cushion Ko. 3, lOMB TO JP1ELXC2IZi ALL RHriaWf ?n RiHfl m i i. I'll I'll I r. W 111 .sa.f. VA STRICTLY HIGH GRADE. No. 3 C, Udlss Cosbloa Tlrss, Tires tos.oo Ho.4,CoflTirlible Solid Tim, $05.00 Ladies' Solid Tires, OUR Cnsbion Tires ARE ?X3 ffl ? $85.00 x3ik Ho.4,C, rh " $85.00 CusIIob Tins, 105.00 No bottor A LUCK. Warranted am. l'.uvrs Iiitcrcliauic-alile- machinomadoat . siWHL vrrrcynois Given to the Travelinu Pulilic. $85.00 JOHN WW " . any prlco. Bicycle Catalogue Free. MANUFACTUT-T- J?. LOVF.T.L , if u'llnt". n f'rpcr I'lf"'1 '' C"':TON, ' VTJlIS CO.. MACS. t ' $85.00 ' -- - , ' r. 'sifj' t n'i .; ROOK-KEE- P BWBRYAHf & SHIATTON STlioroiiRh, BUSINESS COLLEGE, I'ractical lustriicllon. assibteil to positions. LOUISVILLE, KY; EUGENE GASSER. Also keeps n lirsl-anc- i"""v y"B l e char-ucterist- lf ivxiv Fewl SI able, where you ran have your Horses Vvd. and gel I lie hesl of rigs da.y 1 l,ec BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. A Fine Lino of Will Servo at all times ESH BREAD, hand- Cakes, etc., always on and In any style. hill-sid- knowing-themselve- s or night. Leave your ij rs in Cans or- Telephone 208. Mi Cream IU to Order. 4 tlll rt Willi CASEBISR & ISON. No. 121 Main Street Owensboro, Kentucky; FAIR BROS. BE ACTIVE. BE PRUDENT. timyjr. jgjM WMJiMHIMetaMliUlI. UU IBUJBWWWWMH CO. That's diergy. CWhionfcBurton jour will glntlly feed horse when in town. PERSONAL. K. D. GuflV Wi'diicsilnv. went to LrinNvilla Z. W'nyno Griffin A Bro. respect Everybody acknowledges our stock the nicest, and our prices the lowest. What we have left, go squarely in Clothing of any kind than we. Remember we are Headquarters. Thanking you for your liberal patronage during the past year and soliciting the same this year, we are Respectfully, county will treat you more Prof. J. IX Cinwe left yesterday for his home iu Texas. Catchier &. Burton tun amber 'lu, W. R. Hunt, Butler county, called work sober horoes, employ cjber to see us lnt Friday. drivers mid carries sober passengers Arch Cain spent several days nt over sober roads. Whitesvillo last week. How is this; lor one week only CharlcyWcsterfield is the latest acyour own selection in our house quisition to the Rkpuiimuax Oflicc. lor best G. C. Wcstcrficld Overcoats left for made, for MUSIC. Ouciibboro Sunday. He will likely re80,50 at KahnV. Skepticism L. R. Burnett turn home this week. Tho. D.iwn of Freedom Anderson's Bunur is found ready J. Dcnbam Hockcr, B. F. Gray, Salla Crawford for this cold snap. Boinomber this Beaver Dam; G. W. Miller, Horse Mtrsic. if needing woolen underwear, flan Branch, wero in town Mondav. Clubs and Codec Houses R. D. Walker By being among the early customers that will surely nets, blankets, r ' . The Poets Lauieate. .Lura Williams Sick List. The types mad. us say last week throng our store. You will have your choice Ml'SIU. Mis Verda Duko is out again. that Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro.,belI qui A Prince of Good Fellows Miss Kttn Thomas is improving. of some of the finest goods we've offered in nine nt 4 ctt. an oz. when it should Leo Simmcrmnii Mr. W A. Gibson has la grippe. From tho D.uvn to the Twilight xvill pay you to exercise a-- lit- have been 40 cts. an oz. many day. Mr. D. F. Cawthon is no bceter. Emilia Fait tle energy; we will attend to the economy part "Sara and M?" aro keeping up tbo This class has been under the ever Mrs. Jno. P. Barrett has la grippe. interest in our woolen dress goods. It Mr. Cicero Bryant's family are ill. watchful eye of Prof. J. W. Lytic for of tho past term and lovers of literary Miss Ollie Anderson is quite sick. will pay you to see how wo aro dowork cannot afford to miss it. Bern ember cash always illustrates someing it. Como and inquire. Master John Pendleton Smith is ill. Miss Viola Wcstcrficld has hi grippe. thing as we adhere strictly to buying and Attention Farmers. Miss Katie Coombs, tho bright Mr. Clarence Hardwick is improvW. E. McFurland's Auction House young teacher of tho Primary Deselling for cash, we are able to sell you goods is the place to sell your tobacco, ing. partment of Hartford College, repoils is Massie Mrs. Judge much Selling nt auction is growing more ed'credit on closer margin than our long-tin- t seventeen of her pupils sick. popular with farmers every year, better. buying competitors. Our prices are the lowest. Mr. R. A. Anderson's family have more especially since the formation It is a fact that Catchier Burton of the Owensfioro Tobacco Associahave the best feed, the best stable, the the grip. Our goods the very best. We make no Debts, tion, which furnishes protection to Prof. Hawkins and daughter nre best rigs, and will furnWi the same nt uotn buyer and seller. The law of therefore lose nothing. We arc anxious to ca: improving. the lowest prices. Call and sec. the Association says that if buyer and ter to the wants of those who have resolved to Mr. J. C. Warden, Ceiitcrtown, is seller cannot agree as to whether or Mr. Henry Anil will go to Auburn quite sick. not the tobacco comes up to sample buy for cash only; the acquaintance of any othKy., where ho will embark in tho Mrs. King's f.rnily, living above sold by, that a reputable shall nntl certify to same, er we do not seek. From now until closed out, drug buisness. He is a fine, practical toun, aie sick. Allen Anderson, of the Rr.t'tMiur-A- N, nnd both samples shall be laid before druggist and wo wish him success. we will give you a rcclimation committee, who shall is improving. settle the matter. This we think is Our prescription department is kept $2.00 Our Best Box Toe Boots at Mrs. J. W. Felix, liviiitr near perfectly fair to both buyer and sell' $1.75 to 82.50 well supplicdwith the frdshest and town, is improving. " " Plain er and will cause many to sell their beet drugs and chemicals $2.50 worth $3.25 " Oil Grain " Dr. J. II. Boyct is seriously ill, tobacco at auction that never did beZ. Wayne Gitim.v it Bito. Owensboro Messenger. $1.85 and $2.00 Medium Oil Grain fore. We nre prepared to break Miss Annie Collins is improving Ilhd. tobacco, nnd trust tnrmers nt a $1.00 to 82.00 " Best Boys Booti from An infant of Mr. Ham Waddell after a protracted illness. distance will give mo a liberal pat50c. to 75c died last Thursday " " Children Coarse Shoes week, and another Mr. J. L. Miller, who has been ill ronage, as it lias long since been con" $1.00 died 'Monday. They were two " Ladira ceded that the Owensboro market is of the for some time, is improving. " " 75c triplets " Medium " ua good as any in tbo Slate. that created so much interest Argu Miss Dora, Gibson, we are pleased ment is unnecessary. Just watch for last summer. to say, is rapidly improving. Clip this out, bring it with you, sec prices weekly in this paper. Deputy Sheriff, C. B. Sulleuger, If you ntjed a pair of Shoes, stop we don't do as we say. Bargains in all Shoes. Rcsp'y, W. E. McFaiilanii. and Dr. Foster have the grip. Owensboro, Ky. one moment to remember that for Several members of Mr. F. W. 3d St. just below court house. ovory-da- y wear, Anderson's Wear-forePirtle's family arc ill above town. mst wuek's feu.ns. Sboes aro best of nil. Sold Mv-rs- . Prior leaf from 82.90 to Sit.00. Caleb Crowe, h. P. ihom-- as " lugs " $2.00 to SH.10. only by Sn.a & Mo. ami C. It. Martin are improving. Have sold but little Burley from Deputy Clerk, L. P. honey, who Always come to teo "Sara k Me" has bcon very ill for several days, is ?.1 for leaf nnd lugs to $8.20 for leaf at AndorMin's IWaar, if wo linvn't lugs. improving. tho dry goods you want we can get Miss Sina Mai tin, Cromwell, who them about as quick as tho 'next one.' has been very ill for several days, is 1. 1' IUknarii, I'iiiI, ,!o. . lltnr, slm !y improving. Wo arc always glad to try. fully solicit the patronage of country practitioners. That's economy. Match Energy with Economy, and drive the pair to Prosperity. Exercises. I (', A The riipinbcrs of tiio class in English Lifraturc and IINiory will de (hi Jiivr M ( ir million a ni . Uwi. XJ.ifDt College Hall. Tho following u' the piogrnm: Invocation Rev. E. h. Pnte wne nvot iu tne oi HI- - History ..year. was., L. X. Burns ,y' "The Ayrshire Plowman" Stella Thomas Mfsn;. PliiL'iarisls A. L Coke Tlw "ONE I'IMCK TO A1J." System ban built up foe The Peculiarities of GoliNniith , we nre proud of. .Mary Miller Literary A NH R s V q i 7 A a' r ; tit; A Our Trade last Satisfactory. '' more '.than '': In Staple and Fancy Dry stock, at prices that aro right. A full stock of Goods, tho Uan.ir always ..keep? t .''''' 'iii'trade full jt. & Trunks Valises, Ciub; SachoTs moderate prices can ho found at the U.uaar. I'ory and Hand Bags at a It Our Dress Goods Trade 13 simply enormous. Wo account for it by tho assortment wo carry and the prices at which wo soil. Ladies wanting easy fitting Corsets Kid Gloves Cotton or "'Woolen Underwear, may find just what tbov want bv calVing on Sara & Me. ' ' "' Persons wanting HONEST, SOLID LEATHER SHOES for LaBoys and Misses, at Honest Prices, caiiSlie supplied by calliiig'on & Me. it that and dies Sara "ti Among tho many winter goods now iu demand is pur heavy Cotton Jeans at f! yards for 1.00, on- - otra heavy Iron" Joans at 20e per yard, and our Puro Wool Filling Doeskin Jeans a yard. All bargains. Soo thoin. Our Millinery Trade during the past year,, has so far exceeded our expectations that we feel greatly flattered. We" feel sure1 our patrons in this Department know a Stylish Hat when they see it, 'attd as Sara is" so particular about offering nothing but a lato shape for sale we believe is the cause of our largo trade in this line. , . ., re-sa- and if OVERCOATS. ver at cost. No house in Ohio M.s. Bettio Sanders and fnnii moved to Tuesday. Hurt-fo- rd .oh dislikes to givo them vorj up, and ono and nil join in wishing thorn success in their new homo. Sheriff Taylor has completed his settlement with the commissioner. He is lacking 8038 taxes not collected but due from the railroad companies doing business in the county. A Pleasant Evening. the reception at the Hartford House on Inst Saturday evening. It was given by Mr. 15. D. Ringo, in honor of Mr. Wilbur Hayward and his bride who had just arrived here after their wedding journey. The invitations were verbal, only a few friends being hidden, and there was no formality. At 10 o'clock, dainty refreshments were served, a pretty feature of which was the bridal cake bearing in letters of white a quotation from "Hiawatha" running thus: "Rule by love, oh Hiawatha Rule by patience, laughing water." After supper some of the Cuests de parted and the rest of tho evening was given to dancing until midnight, when all the guests departed. Among those present were: Mr. V. T. Hay-wa- id and wife, Dr. Alexander and wife, Mr. II. P. Taylor and wife, Air. Henry Aull and wife, Mr. John R. Phipps nnd wife, nnd Mrs. Howard. Misses Adah Baird, Ida Duke, Katie Coombs and Tula Pendleton. Messrs. B. D. Ringo, J. B. Rogers, John J. McIIcnry, Mnrvin Bean, Jack Smith, George Phi'lips and Earl Collins. A very pieasant allair was Of the Condition of the Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At the Close of Business Doc 31, 1891. at the ONE PRICE STORE of need any winter goods,' such, as Yarns, Blankets, Shawls, Cloaks, Jackets Plannels, Jeans, Cotton? .Flannels, "soft heavy Shoes for women and children,' "Pine Shoes for Ladies and Missesr..or anything in the Dress Goods or Diess' .Trimming Line, it will pay you to call at the Bazaar. If you can't y6ur"child,as it can always buy goods as cheap as you can . come-yourself,send If you a .'' i i- - FAIR BROS. $ CO. N.N &M.V.R.R. C. H, Martin is the boss Jeweler. SARA P. S. ME.' j. .ii.nt resources! Loans and Discounts. . . .S37,0(4.28 Real Estate 3,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. 1.500.00 Cash on Hand and in other Banks 25,800,27 S07.370.55 We want your Feathers. psreg TRAINS I.KAVK HKAVKIt HAM. . Mall No. 7, J. II. B. Carson, our popular young Oysters at G. L. Klein & groceryman, has sold out to his partner, T. J. Morton, and will attend Co'. the Kentucky Mcdicnl School. Mr. For fine jewelry call on C. R. Mar- Morton will still continue at the same old stand. tin. Fresh Best Rubber boots Co's. died Tuesday. PROPOSITION! From and after this date, we will sell our line of heavy Boots at AMAZINOLY low prices, so low that it will payouivicuEP tomers to buy Boots for the badX'winterj which FOSTER says must come.' We have 150 PAIRS that must, go, are going now. Come in. Corn taken for BOOTS Also a few CLOAKS, especially in 'chih drens sizes that are going at SLAUGHTER vhi.ii. Jon hrl prices. Respectfully,, v. Iiu.h ohsui K ' M. trains noma west. nl Kipr.ti at Fair Bros. t .TRAINS OOINO N.. , Mail nd Kipim No. 1, 1.lroill Kipr.a UtH4 Kipr.it - 11.10 r. u. . . . tl.Wr. EAST. An infant child of Cicero See the Best 5c. Ladies the market at Kahn's. - I'M r. 3 41 A. Bryant Rev. J. J. Flcnuning pronounced the Hose iu words that made them mau and wife. A long and happy life for them. Joseph Tichenor ami Mary P Nidi were married at the residence of Sam Hines, Hayti. Thursday night, Jan. 7. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid Reserve Fund Surplus Fund Deposit Account 825,000.00 802.31 2.250.00 39,258.24 ...'...... FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1892. Broeans at 75 cenU at Kabn's. b. i work. C. R. Martin does first-class Best Shirting at 5 cents at Kahn's. Fine White ShirtrsOcMo'oOc. at Kahn's. Beat Jeans made for 25 cents at Kabn'e. ) Best Kahn's. '1 4 heavy cotton at 5 cents 4-- 4 Best Bleached Cotton Kahn's. at 8c. at Heavy men's Boots, best out, $1.50 at Kahn'i. Sara &' Mo and the tl.UO Shoes. Wonderful For T. fresh fruits and nuts, call on J. Morton. . For a nice (tut ot clothes call ou Fair Bros. & Co. An infant of Bin Moore died Wednesday morning. Several whooping-coug- children iu town have Honest clothing at lowest prices at Fair Bros. & Co's. Bros. & Co's. Children's rubbers 13ct. per pair at Fair Jeans Pants $1.25. not to rip at Kahn's. at Fair Bros. & Co's. Warranted Bed comforts and blaukeU for cost Quinine at 40 cfs. an ounce at Z Wayne Griffin & Bro's. Fair Bros. & Co. aro the leading clothiers of Ohio county. The best of feed at C. L. Field's table. Give him a call. The best place to buy your is at cloth-thi- ng Fair Bros. & Co's. Buy your flannels now, they cheap, at Fair Bros. & Co's. are m '! filling and wiping., Dirt falls out when tlie W. T. McKENNEY, chimney is tak,en off, not into yourwatcn or clock needs reIf a pocket as 'in other central-draugpairing take it to C. R. Martin. lamps. When in need of groceries ot any Putting in a new wick is a BEAVER DAM, KY. kind, call on Westerfield & Son. very easy matter indeed. his nffico from tho Will be in 15th of each month. first the All this seems strange to You can save big money by tradover Bank. All work guaranone who knows how troubleZ. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ing with teed. Prices reasonable. some other good lamps are. We are receiving n beautiful liue received at the Water Mills. C. R. Martin keeps all kiuds of will receive of wall paper, all grades, from 5c a All orders It is in all the good lamp-ore- s. onniMnPhllAaVliihla watches, clocks, spectacles and jewel roll, up. See it before you buy. prompt attention. Send for a primer. THIS PAPER?. the Agency uf Mourn, Ntfwupajxr Auver Z. Wayne Griffin & Bno. PMt.burBh, Pa. Pittsburgh B r ass Co. nr. J577AYIAaON. uurmiuionim wcene J. W.FOltDQCO. Weiterfield & Son are headquarters for all kinds of groceries. I have purchased the grocery store of Carson & Mot ton, and will conA few overcoats left. They are big duct a general grocery store as before. bargains. See them at Fair Bros. & Thanking one nnd all for past patronage, and asking for n continuance of Co's. your tavors, 1 remain yours truly, T. J. MOJITON. Entire line of heavy boots and shoes at your own price at Fair Bros, Iu another column will bo found ACo's. the statement of the Bank of Hart300 pair ot ladies and children ford, nt the close of business JanuaThe work of tho Bank has ry 9. Rubber Shoes, globe make, at 25cts. been very good, itideed, nnd the busineat Kahn's. ss-like methods of its otlicinls merit For fine cake ornaments and cake for it the confidence mid patronage of the public. trimmings of nil kiuds, call on G. L. Bob Coffmnn, a negro living near Klein A Co. Paradise, was brought before Judgo The store you want to get big bar- Morton on n writ of lunacy Wednesgains in Clothing, Boots, Hats and day morning. The jury was but not having sufficient eviCaps is Kahn's. dence to proceed the prisoner was reWhen iu need of groceries of any manded to jail till Saturday to await kind, you'ean not do better than call further developments. on T. J. Morton. John Likens, son of J, II. Likens, Hor-toUncle Charles Hipsley, one of died at his father's home, near last Tuesday. He was a very Ohio county's most respected cit- promising young man, and his death izens, died last .reek. isa great loss not ouly to his parents and relatives but to the community. Oil Grain $2.50 to 83.50 for men Ho was preparing himself for a lifo Every pair is of usefulness, and hnd ho lived he boys all sold out. would no doubt havo achieved au warranted at Kahn's. eminent place among men. Cascbier it Burton have u safe team, Dr. Colcmnn being tumbled to fill a safe driver, and you will have a his pulpit lastSundny was so thought, pleasant rido with them. fill of his people, that he secured the Best men's calf shoes, for one week, services of Rev. W. P. Harvey, ot ouly, at 12.13. Sold heretofore for Louisville, who delivered two most excellent sermons, to very attentive, $2.90 and $4.00 nt Kahn's. but small audiences, The diminL-ho- il The Trade Palace has the Largest size of the congregation was largely Stock of Clothing; Boots, Shoes, attributab'" to the provalouco cfgiip among ou ,ieopc, which the doctors Hats, Caps in Ohio county. say is affecting nearly one half of our If you want to have a pleasant rido population. Dr. Harvey is Managing to and from Beaver Dam, leave your Editor of the Western Recorder, and President of tho Baptist Book Conorders with Casebier & Burton. cern of Ky located ou tho corner of C. L. Field is prepared to give you Third nnd Jefferson Streets, Louisville, Ky. a pleasaut ride to Beaver Dam. He JaoweiiTPeHjc. ' meets all trains. Givo him a call. Mr. Richard McDowell and Miss Many thanks for past favors and I Judia Felix wero married Tuesday. ask a continuance of same. Mr. McDowell is a thrifty farmer and C. L. Field. a pleasaut gentleman while the woman of his choice is a most estimnblo To close thorn, out, every child lady. May happiness bo theirs. suit from the ago of 5 to 12 years. They all go this week for $1.25 at Republican Committee. Kahn's. The members of the Republican Committee are requested to meet in Long experience iu the prescripHartford, Jouday, Feb. 1, 1892. tion department of Z. Wayne Griffin Some very important buisness & Bro. will insure to their customers is to bo transacted, and wo hopo every member will bo present. perfect accuracy. J. S. R. Wkddixu, Ch'in'u. Jo. B. Rouers, Sec'y. Smith & Cain Hartford's fashionable tousonal artists, will give you au Wheat! easy shave or an elegant hair-cut- . Give them a call. A Car-loa- d of Wheat fust sum-monn, 807,370.55 John H. Bahnes, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this January 1, 1892. Shelby Taylor, D. C. O. C. We take pleasuro in submitting this our first annual statement to the public. We have now as safe n depository as any in the Stnte, nnd solicit tho business of firms, corporations mid individuals, Special attention to collections. Exchange bought nnd sold on the principal cities of the United States. John II. Barnes, Cashier. STANDARD fOntf CENTUBY Big Stock Sale. Miuton & Thornton, of Lebanon, Ky., will sell in Hartford, Ky., on the 17th of Fcbruaiy, about 30 head of standard and high bred marcs and young stock. This stock will consist mostly of nice brood mnres, some trotting and some saddle bred, well broke to lido and drive, high style nnd a number iu foal, and altogether tho best lot of stock 'ever brought to Western Kentucky. This stock has nil been selected from the best, nnd there are n number of them This stock will bo fancy bred. sold t the highest bidder, without reserve or by bid and to be as represented. Cnpt. English will conduct the sale. Terms: Cash or its equivalent. Let everybody attend. 24 5t well-bred; HOCKER BEAVER DAM, KY. CO. it'll .U wTQAffcwKktt! " TWINBROTHERS Stitemsnt of ths Condition -- At the Close of Business, January 9, 1892. and Submitted to tho Stockholder's Meeting, Jan. 9, 1892. RESOURCES. 800,741.19 Bills discounted 3,000.00 Rcalcstnto Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000,00 1,341.07 Bonds 773.52 Debts iu suit 32.20 Expenses paid 9,320.72 Cash in safe Cash in other banks 10,325.07 802,534.09 i ok tiii: DRY HOP "CSOBES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST v ov HFI YEAST BLACKSMITHING. Ricris - J FOR- LIGHT BEE AG WATERLOO VtAST CO OCTnOITMiru a specialty. A "large stocSlof best modern Plows, and all kinds of .IJpiijB i fi ing Implements on hand. Call on him.CUJ..I J. 1). WILLIAMS Horse-shoein- g I x Beayeh Dam, Ky. Ul "it wkJsiventious c ikjh8; Pittsburgh Lamp one of Oios e m- - - tliat LIABILITIES. 830,0Q0,'00 Capital stock 59,031.57 Deposits 280,89 Duo other Banks........ 208,00 Divideuds'uupaid 3,009.03 Prolit and loss seeins . to be finished. It seems to reach the end as to goodness of (every way, - Stage Line FROM BEDA TO OWENSBORO.S!, " JJ6T. tig in in Good Passenger accommodations. J. J. BEjYJVFTT, Proprietor. ' (DwAi9lf price paid for country produce'. Highest -- :'-' - ,....... ZEtaiiiPTT $92,534.90 S. K. COX, ritESIDUNT. ment. The only care it requires is and ease of rich and mk manage ted. poor$l. 00 each way. . Same old price for, Your patronage solicr 19tf m DENTISTS ht Ui Of-fic- o BCBORtl r ! mmmmmammmmmmaBimmaeaiwmtiemmKmm Hartford Republican PRIOAT, JANUAHYl KltlTORB 181)2. Card of Thanks. Ouk Grovo school clo:od Dec. '2.1 I will say tn the public, that Oak Grovo District is wide awake in tlio cause of education. The parents are realizing the importance of education anil uro trying to givo their children something Mint v. ill he beneficial to them through life. And I am .dad to say that the majority of their children will take an education. They are children who have sympathy mid about them. There arc a two things a person must have in order to be successful in life, and without these n failure must follow. First, wc must have it and exercise that power, wc. rfecond, must have a sympathetic heart nod uot from that heart. Without either our life will be u failure. Then I can only say to those boys and girls of Oak Grove, continue in the way you have started and succcms will follow. I will assure you that 60 long a3 it is in my power I will extend to you a helping hand, no matter where my lot may bo cast. I shall ever remember you who have stood by mc ns brothers and sisters in that great, grand and noble work wc hnve accomplished. I thank the patrons for the many favors conferred. J. h. Rookhs, Teacher. will-powwill-pow- COLORED NO fE3. mib-jro- i i I 1 i a f B J. 0 ii h A ei ai E il 01 I SI r 01 I'l ou W ho tl ev all ba J ha tta cu foe pn yoi cut hei tioi of be I tmi uur rest that It Itw I.k.'UIii.ican. It U with lUta$ the ttnivpliltii an( lortemtnt nf our toittuueji timidity ami great caution tlml I. J.. iwi .....J..1it iirii lu fiiMmlilHf i "if llljf nuiifiiiiiHii I t, rit! upon tins rorjr tldiuuto VMtt, e. K. Dinkhakt, OiiMrr Mfl' Itank, ,5 Nation, jMinn.ifUuni uut extensive but limited. Your on a maro for which I lute ftlnrelwen otltrwf u0. M W H I1AO L -If ltctU0a UmltV very ably edited journal, wlii.li i u 1 would not tIU-ou.rWi at tho regto regulation. The ................ o ii istered letter rate would have amountVttrj pleasant visitor to not a few who for It. If.: . Price. At. SO orrbotllr. Ask vourdriiEKl't ed to about thirty pounds, and it may bo for trial Ifi. I" b dix net "tp It.wiul t" 12 So. lim maiticatc ami dhjont the coiitentd of W & VO.. "Whitehall. N. Y. H IV. Tl. assumed that the eour?u adopted was c it, I hope will not be b to lined or prompted by the desire to save thu difalarmed when reading Mich n literary ference between thu ordinary parcel rate and this amount. London production. I look upon your jour nnl as a olitical and litcrnry field of III Moimtiilu Mines. Klectrk-ltinsruction, not for the few but for the A fid a rood lamp Miuiy valuable high mountain mines, many. The great and general purmust be simple; when it is not simple it is which could not bo worked profitably pose is to benefit tlio people ami tin not cood. Simrte. Beautiful, CW these owing tho ex pei i so of transporting fuel (words mean much, but to sec "The Rochester" fold tho budge. 8 nf intricacies, to to the engines, are now being operated will imnress the truth more forcibly. All metal, Y4i:tjsy by electrio motors, whoso power Is furmake a race inoro noble and to amelfrfry i,ya tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only, nished by another motor in tho vulloy, iorate factious, indeed, we are not it U iihsnlutefo safcanA unbreakable. Like Aladdin's which uses water power. Now York Ilomaus, uor are we in lairs of disof old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its marTimes velous lieht is purer and brighter than cas light, comfort as ther were, unless we can softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither. Seleutiac Kallaclei. produce inch factious. We are a peoLook for this lUmp Tun RocnrSTPR. Ifttielimpdeatcrh-nn'ttheceniilnOld Iidy Theo 'ere scientllic notes ple of peace, both our brother in Rochenter. nnd tlic stle you waul, fend to in for our new illutratcd catalogue, our choii. ol ovir VI, 000 in tli' papers nowadays just make mc nnd e will f"lt o a lamp Mfcly bv exirc white and in black, for a thorough Taricllc Itora the utjrjf Mmfiliiitin M II otU, tired. Never heard such nonsense, in ItOCIIKSTUIt LAHI' CO., ii I'ark Place, New York Cttf. demonatratiou of this is shown by my born days. Nephew--Wh- at have you struck now, in white before the our ancestors nuntyt British yoke was lifted from their Old Ijuly This paper sajs Jupiter is necks. There was no desire of in opposition to tho sun. The ideal V Iticlmrd Monart ti, lYt. and every possible thing Old Jupiter can't hold a cnndlo t him. New York Weekly. was done to evade it. We have this OWENSBORO NATIONAL BrtHK from Bancroft, Scudder, Barnes and others. But yet the crisis had to "HArKMKTACK." a lasting and fragrant porfuuu'. Price " anil oO Aihlmty, Ky come that justice might steadily walk J H Davit ojnts. Sold by . W. tiriffin & Hro. forth. Mit Magyie Lucaf AllyviUe, " Lve nnt Learning. Here wc are, sir, upon one comis great satisfaction in believTbero l)r h TCox. " Ihda, mon soil, fosteied.by the same God ing that tho educated girl is more afW W lihithrii-hi- p Jlraver Dnm and under the same Government, for fectionate than the uneducated. 'Start9M mmlMmlsmiEmaWiA Jiiij Clijiy, " Security 'or Deposits D F JItimpton one common cause liberty. This ing from that proposition, how easily wo Imagine one of our sevens liberty brings both white and colored could S T Pearl. anrkton, " bluestockings, some lady of uncertain to a point of cultivating their murals, ago who teaches tho young idea, disGmeyviUc, " Ii liixj rt their educational advantages and re- playing, tho opportunity offering, all CentcrliM'ii " IK Smith Oarm-ei'- s ligious practices. I am proud to say the great affection which hud been " Henry Tinrlty. Oerahv, old Commonwealth, throbbing in her bosom during tho tn this grand S D llidwp Central City years that she bad beeu struggling with n 1 u ft 1 v which I have learned to love and logarithms and methods of teaching. SiYus L Stevens Cnmiecll, " obey her laws, the two races ari If affection increases in direct proporJSeholn, " a Spcci-iUy- . D Duncan tion with education, surely the young to a future of great imHI) Smith. Fouhville, " portance, which is the final day, men who go out ou moonlight nights F 1) Suulcrfur. seven decades henco will livo in The Leading Pkotograher. Jlorton, " therefore they are less willing to live Jtobert A Miller Jlorte Jiraneh Proud old America, as Romans. SoThat presupposes that education will II' G Xeirton on JAvermore, " with har educated boys and inrls, can eontinuo to becomo more widespread Pictures In Every iljic and Size. HWStny. ' JSitdifield, " thcr ma? boast of liberty, schools, churches ! tho f i' f j'--CM Pendleton. ..: are reminded of ' classes In emotion, demonstrators of QrOld Pictures Copied anil Kiilargetl Xouiivillc, " and society. We ftnd instructors in the divine Sol Smith. " Jlillwoml, LAWSON RENO, Cnshlor A SPECIALTY. j the fact and so are you, that our ed. art of making love. Able professors C J hwton. Studio on Main, between Lewis A j Mclltnry, " ocatioual advantages have been mea- will tell how and why tho passngo of II' S Taylor. Jtorgantmen, gre, aud yet we are glad to say we tho pons nsinorum will raise in each Daviess Streets, BEo(c!. " Jfagan , EH Jiatham maiden's breast a, longing, a yearning TTmii OWEXSJIOJIO, KY are making headway. We are learnfor sho knows not what Then she J'rintits, " F M Taylor. ing how to be citizens, and intend to will reach tho next class, and soon as CKNTKAI. CITY, KY. S A Daniel J'leasant liidqe ba, despitd of all impediments, if she writes Q. E. D. after her first demU" P Slender. J'oint Pleasant t good deportment and intelligence will onstration in solid geometry sho will deonje Maddox R. R. PAXTOH. PROPRIETOR. Jlockpott, " isrVLeNr heavo a sigh, stretch forth her beautiHa jn-- t heeii ifp.iircd mid neuly make us s . You know it depends ful arms nnd cry for tho sympathetic I Jlochater, " F Stanley ' i'tiriii-ht'toward us in soul which signs and figures have upon your treatment Located toDepit. Jlwine, " U H H'eddimj ' making us what we aim to be aud it shown her awnits her. Eugene Anil Ciotxl minl-'oJiobnnl, " (iiw And when, with nil the education is very clearly shown that thu most " S'teel, lixcri it a trial. t and refinement give intelligent of you are doing all you her, sho leaves her instructors can she ' iShreve. CT WhitinghV her alma muter, W A Deies can to help in up religiously and ed- will know mora about the proper disSummit, " ''66 A vll Sulphur Sl rL.jJj ucationally. Your efforts will nut play of affection and lovemaking as a TTpod in the bauds of those of us who i tlno nrt than tho girls of our day drcatn of. In my neit incarnation I hope to IS THE PEST, ZL"V appreciate your kindness. Xcttralytc 1'crsona bo nn instructor in a young ladies' semBHWtolKJWHine(S.OI(lWEN!0 .Andtliota troubled w 1th ncrvotine resulting In this clever little town of educatinary. San Francisco News Letter. iieso oife Nui;sin e. " '";;"" from rare oromotl.ll! he relleviil by taking SpI08!f ed,, moral and religious citizen?, 1 see Jlrawii'H Ivnn Jiiiters. Alt. BY wiuni' Trlula ut an Uiiilor.tiuljr. luvi trade ranrk-- ntnlcnrwd ivl lines ou rarwr. Cj I'.H .at 1, .11 the high mark of culture upon them, TERRY M'F'G CO.. "If I ever get back to London Tznh. and never will her enterprising re II. A. L0ZH1KK&C0., again," said a premiere danscuse, "I'll sources flag so long as that kind spirit never go abroad us an understudy, anyWholesale Doalei, of humanity is held up and practiced how. You don't know what it means. rim mi-n-MCLEVELAND, O. .. T,nlr. fl ,il-- l lllin lina linn.i ..laI tn At. Irmi Itinera. l'i limit ii'kntiiiuinciM It. " """ -- ".....-. THE BEST INVESTMENT among one niiuthur. it takes us all ol() Superior St. l'li.Kli'liiiM ing someunng, who mis ueen t tne Tor the Fimlly, School, or Professional Library. All iVnlcr Uwplt 51 Oii.-- r .ottlc. Orr.u;.-.- e to make the nations, and truly, cir, footllchtM with little intcrmiHsions pvptv hatriuIi.'iimrkuiiilrwM-.fwmTEi?st.A.. it nations wc are, let us be that in night for months and years, who is con- TOMAMUDCtailB"HTi w.tr in We lead and emeriti jjreuy wen up in ner proies-siou- . perfection if possible. WDIOTIONAIDW nSELF i who U still ambitious, put her .IU1I.Y llOXIlOM.MIi, subscribe for your papers, and not as Adjustable Extension Stand. where she may bo called upon any a Scottish Chief, "we reod your night to faeo a foreign public and ii:w.i:ii in books as.you make them." We know-tha- t never gets u chauco to appear, and you Jlim lipfii for venrs Stnmlnril Authority in tho Government ' 'I'rojili-n- I'KI'I'iS mill (iiiilcilliiiicrli . have my situation. I boisterous sea makes skilled Ov.'onsboro, Ky. .!.... nnlin n.l TT c u.. "Tho salary I Of courso the salary but by and by thu lavish Court. All Older i'lmn Sl,ij-- Promptly a 3r'inc nifriiiy rccoiiiincnticu iy goes ou, but no amount of money can is waves will waste the strength of the satisfy me in Wi1,i such a life of unbroken 38 State Snp'ts of Schools nnd tcndtdln. sailors. No Government in itself can anticipation. Tho strain of nlunvx bo-the lendintr Coliepo Prcsitlents. Nearly nil tho School ISooks reach the pinnacle of iiohlcuees until j ing prepared for tho unexpected is pnulishcd in this country nro woro than that whlcli comes from night she can ilreum of nonce at home with based upon Webster, nsntteHt-ei- l immv.vs utor; utTTF.tn aliiakao ly worn, wouiu by tho leading School linok l'.ir 1. her children. "We must hold our part in thoi piece, not accept n minor !: i and hero I am with Contain-- Om- lltiiiflntl Ittc.prn fi Publishers. own," tai Kngland, "while engaged nothing to do, on half pay, waiting for Inu' ill llcloiisfmiilj- iIhmiIv mill ,ni. l.lv :$000 more Words nnd neatly l.iio'cl-- . Iioiim-- . ultimo blurcy. 2000 inoro Kiif,'raviiif,'.s than nt cvliurulIliK my chance. If that woman would in war with other nations'" Yet und any other American Dictionary. sprain her ankle, or but it is too not fairly treated her children of wicked to oven think of profiting by SPECIMEN TESTIMONIALS. America and her power was weakenrr.l)0O.0n . yrirlbrlnrri.1tr J.hn h, ! Webster i ri. The New York World somebody's misfortune, let nlono sigh Mil fin iMlti.lrur. .,lnik I tr ii. l..J.r, ed. But noble America, dotted with for tho opportunity. An understudy you m most universally conceded to bo the tttt, n.i mak i muili, Im w r.u Uarh ynuiutikljr nuw twraia fr.m eS J Tho Boston Globe saysi Webster U tlio acYales, Harvard-"- , Browns and HowOil, how I wish, ns I walk Broadway, ,10, ilar at tl itart. aiid Diwta a;u s on. n Hi ..in. all agra. In anr an of knowledged ttamlard In lexicography. n rail c. tnmrnca at wmr tir Vlnfnra. ards' disciples, can see too far for that I was back in London I" New w .11 .uli. Iitn. . : .I..I. nMn.ila.il In The Atlanta Constitution wbter lias York Herald. Ilia wilk. All la lew. (Irrat )y M4ll'frr English customs in this way. Now, no aiar. iou. lonTTeeritnoZtandardauthorlty In our oflice. Hm wwiirr'Allt.r,il'i.i.l lun.i.liM g Irinitd, t..irtliln. rAI.II'.lLAtU lUtK. AilJr.ialiiirr, Mersis. Editor, I shall leave oil" here The Chicago Inter Ocean Webter' Amber ayiAaV. Mlb0.1 A 10., IU111UMI, JlilJL. a, UiubruHtudliasalTiiyaTcen the etamlard. As n material for nrt carving nothing on my American fidelity, and should JrhjZf a7 JaBBBai The Wew Orleana Times Democrat y i I grow so full again, I will assume a eon bo more beautiful than amber. "TTeTrurlTiTanUardHiiOrorliyinTiir mnny beautiful specimens of There aro similar positi in. Cakswi. The WOW York Tribnnesayai It U recognized it to be found in the roynl collections i llie moit tTtefiil u the English language all orer the worl.l. WHY WILL YOU cough when of Europe. In the English collection at South Kensington is nu octagonal Sold by all Ilookcellcrs. I'ainplilet free. Shiloh's (Jure will jivo .imuicdiuto belonging to tho queen, the obC.AC. MERRIAM k CO., iWrf.SprlstcfleM. Man. AM ruliuf. ' Prion 10 cts.,'5Ucts,, aud 1. casket long plates carved with figures emblem-ati8t" Stiind. .F"f 5S?.k Bund.J. nor PUnJ, AtluUrap. UttunJ STORE FIXTURES, BUnd. Bible Hold by Z. Wuyno Griffin & Uro. kund.alw I'arlor, libnrj, Offlie, Uiitlonarj and Cheiker htand of the cardinal virtues. nd .mL ll.rd wood, rubbm itnlab, nelght 34 lnrbi. Weight i There is also in tho sumo collection a ','ll imiVhtt,taif- .5, KKKLKItW CO ..y. TERRY M'F'G CO.. nashville.tenn. 1'ilce, Hi Card of Thanks. larger casket of architectural design, Aituru M.a'lri. WuhUitva fit , ikwtou. Mm. WEEKLY Wo take this method of tendering very remarkablo for tho varioty of colour heart felt thnuks to the good pen-pi- e ors of tho amber used in its constructrriidWuM'U lit irtvrm, Illy of id Udtii ral.lr, Ir iti of Rockport, for their devotion to tion. It is ornamented with statuette, i. iMibcor (.hi. ttnil in il Ir twisted pillars nnd ipiaint paneling, the Any our'deur old mother in her last illness. I an tlu lilt Mirk. In liiru. nf dtvbl AWruri.ttJi trmthlnr. Uifan jotj Sn nek 1 tu ! workmanship being Flemish of the ymir p tre im mftie, or all yonr t.m- - m ,h tirk IMtnan We would love to shake the bauds of Seventeenth century. Ono interesting LiliijrtHOi.dftful f iff u.tinvrrybMprdi, from to f (0 ) rrM rrk and ! her numerous friends who were so specimen of modern carving in amber nd inoraftrr(Iui(i tMttrUnrf Ono Year, 75c. rntotani liii yon it t till ni aud Irarli y u Hi t . .Ni tpora e liar, Ififwrniailvn IKKtv. TKIMMCII i ll.( Mi, XilMC attentive and ready to gratify her was shown at tho International expo!-tloIn 1862 In tho form of a vino uG months, 40c. vtrv want, ami tlmnk tlieni nersonrrrr twriaj inrj t branch with leaves and fruit. Philaally for their many acts of kindness, delphia Times. Tin: must sv.ni'iotis ir ih:.vi 11 but this we cannot do. Inasmuch as Tired foclmj,', dull licnduelie, pains Satlifoetlon Guaranteed. ?T TJD dHEApET you have been attentive to her, you t "I'm nearly always disappointed In in various parts of tin liody, biukiiiy have administered to us, and brought tho Christinas gifts my husband bays nt the pit of tlio loss ofuppo-tite- , tta under such lasting obligations that me," confessed Mrs. Dhnmick to Mrs. ivf , , piui)lcri uro " eUrnitr alone shall reveal tin pro- Kieksltaw. i .' 7 nil "Is that so?" evidence of poisoned blood. found gratitude of our hearts. We "Yea. He means well, but he doesn't pray God'a spirit to rest upon each of Contains tho news of tho world iN'o mutter how it lieeiimc poisouod it ne t'tu pfajiTtil Ilrrnprty cnTt!Icov- seem to get mo tho things I want. I not up to duto of publication ; Road-in- s int(4 be purified to avoid dentil. Dr. 'uli IU iHccU uul his graco may try to appear pleased, you personally; that of course, but it..n j i.Hlvltm Muttor Intorootinpr and Ackcr'ti Knli-l- i Illood JO ixir Im.s iifirr sustain you through the trials nnd I'd rather liave things I enro for. I give ,Ar ' to ovory homo ; contr- failed to rcinovo hha hints, bnt ho nover seems to catch or splnli heart achiugv incident to this probaCure. .Uvl.l ibution to Muslo, Sons, Art, tie poison. Sold under "l javin .HB.C1Wt tionary state, and when the battles them." piar Coin-morSoior.co, Agrlculturo and ittm; IlOCK rk. "Now I never haw any trouble like Ki.ijaiiJ c.i.i ntitco liv . Wnviio tiriflin it Uro. of life have been fought may you all that with Mr. Kickshaw." and tl . . u nii tlu. kt " t piitfaclloii thfit I It fUl'ill at (.Ul'Utt't it liiittul(.Mtini:illiii'iiM,:' be oonquerors 'through him that loved "How do you manage it?" .ruifiiiurr.i ill i (.unu'iicm, imiih Reliable Market Reports. ' lllt lAUl'irill'HH II t'lflH M., Mlli.ltatlll "Easily enough. I buy him for bis and gave himself for you, and may fm iiiPa.iuiir .ire 'iit, I n urn- - TKiiij nil with Ki'inlnll'H .iitiii iiinvt (Im ilttit Christmas preseut Just what I want to "'e foriiinnt.af r"ti mio. U I mn ii u. It l l.tnlm ninn or eur mother's heaven be your eternal havo myself, , hv M in n., Ai'itln, jt I ii nni utihi I. rei'nniuii'iiilltut to rnil hornnnd Im gets for mo just I'lilo. (tri Jtl. I'l.l.ll, r 0. alJnviMw.rkuli-nit vilnubU'j wit. t t!,tuiiiHit wiitil-- Imui rihltt. I ll. lf SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! resting place. ultf n ar il liift l wllli what ho thinks ho would liko to have, rtoina) t am i,rr IW. d 'n Mr) i twiil It for MM n Infi niu cauilii iha MDik an J lit iii'itl i u(J. E. MlM.HUK, ii lrunl Hum, rheyn'iy It JMh.'i.iht. and then wo exchange tho nrtieles'witli it Imini. ulirrctir viu att. f.ttll b vityn' u,U. Yuuutn.tj, r u, b. Vi LLs. iW v$mm Itlnrnr ftfj f illy tain In if from fhow J. P. Miu.kian, ach other." Harper's. tlllAilay.Allaarfa. Vntiow iou Make Your Homes Happy. n atnrl Ian Hi.rU In l hfo IIih N. K. Milucian, cr all Hi" ilmp. Ii Ik nionry fur ttink cri I llnr viikntiMti aniof thMU, 1'a railed y Antelope. Kendall's Spavin Cure.. Mks. S. E. Smith, S nnl u tutilai fill, rarilrulan fre. I havo ridden rapidly eutitcJy away Miw. G. B.Vauoht, Samplo Coplos and Premium U.ll.illt:U.V '.., t:-- tlfiOlNiriluiiU.MuIiie Mimo Vijto, Colo., Poo VI, sS3. from a baud of antelope, and their cuMrs. M.H.Vauoiit, List mailed frooto anyaddross. In. 11. J. Kiiiiall Co., i:ni.lunjli l'ulU, Vt. Ornta-ilin Krii.lall' riosity would laid them to pursue me fpavlu Cure n jmrlMlllrt-aliilwitl- of W&i. Mimjoan. Agonta wantod ovorywhoro. nr lluiie ripnvln nearly iihwai a liru rxx mul im for hours across the plain and over the jMsinr Persons . Addross ttiH itineui.n nnj rcmovpil thu CATARRlfRemedy. Havo wurki-i- l tin homo hills. Ono moonlight night, when the lianl nvr SUILOH'S irs lirokcn Uoun Irom ocrrorkor liou'ohoM liai fbown uny lameness ncltliur caret i.rown'n Iron Hitters . Ipuisuille inirago was very strong and magnified A positive-eurvan I too nnv dlrTuronvo In tuo Ua of tho for Catarrh, DiphYuuia truly, 1". U. COOt.ur. ruttillil tho a)liin, iiMt iliiicstlnn, rcinovca theria and Canker-Mout- h. Hold by a band of antelope until they appeared bile, iinHiir:iiualarU. (Jit Ihuuciiuluo Louinvlllo. Ky as largo as a band of horses, I know a Z. Wayne Griffin & Uro. I'rle $t prr bottle, or tx bottlti for party of United States cav.tlrymen to SS, yet it .tit itruggtiti tiro on Uiom under tho mistaken notion for you, or it elll hare it or tan ail' be tent to any LADIES VO TIIR MO"D. BROWS IROS BITTERS KecJIng a toulo or chlMrcn that want building that they were sanding n volley among tlrfi u receipt of price by the proprieAlaaatlaa and Miluli. takia. Mala. illllouinona. Ourea lip, ohniilil toko IliOOtUMLUk lxjllllty. party o' hostile Indian warriors. lia,KerTouaiif,Hil(!i!UKrl iinoivjt's moN iitTTnus. r.rVSwii wok bittk: a. ty. B. i. KENDALL CO., It, Oenuluo rccomiuei.tl it, Altil'al'.ni In titU', (lire Malaria, It Ik Washington Fariuec 4v.:erlr. tot wl b- - all 1mIm b It Enoiburah Falls, Vermont, llllloiiMiets, iiaatra4o mnrlc uuil crokil rcU llnvsuii wrupjicr. U atnulae. 4lclae .ll ilcnli r J.cc It. 1 ;ciiiiiiii). As nu Illustration of reckless economy It may bo mentioned tlml a lady for dewarded to Siam MWrnl pan-eland clared to contain walking stationery of the value of i7 HR, but the vigilant eye of thecuutom house ollieer promptly detected a brilliant collection of diamonds anil Jewelry worth upwind of i!2.",00!l. The easo was aerohliugly as contrary s mi ''Mure1 ? 1 " a n 'CD CU.tSS, it'LI.ITS, uj rrnaar)nnnt:!iiinioncD SfAVI.VS, ni.lUfUtFS, nil tnltirgi-Mviiti- , ais LAMEN& fc QUINN'S . ulnolutcl)- - remitted by : . 1 Jm- . ' ; nil llyOw fc tiX! V5S HORSES OINTSVI i' "i l!Fttl T SI r& "vir . t .'.u -- IS TJ IK ONLY 4 3 ffi -i Tit-Hit- "Seeing is Believing" Ri Er3 Sr M P B1 PAPER L mm PUHLISUKD IN THE F 1 in IF NOT DTI xhe Rochestero" AUK YOU" A SUBSCRIBER? SUBSCRIBE imsim; U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. J $ 2TS,QOO. Accounts ol' a do Mcrcli.tots. at once! youh R. E. Clark, r JOB "WORK TO US, And it will receive 4 J ely-eiui- interest paid "? time deposits. licits von business , Rcspectfully, rninmciTiiil BARNETT & ROGERS. ' d. NEFH'QMEMF I $H& W ZMvclMjrTm "rn .rs? Agents Wanted! FiHS OASES. r" i BMgapaMayjry .Tf,. l vm "'.aaataWaFa I WEBSTER k Il. it For Cntnloguo nnd Pricos, wrlto tho Manufacturers, Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. .r..i a u a n l f.a l nav-igato- t s t e&at' nnd J luiiinii'l f.ir eiiiN in Dt'.itlrr biilTuriiu; from Asthma, g , l'liL'iimimi.i nnd Iliiincliiti-iCon.sumtitiou will nlli tell you th.it (i lloyo.i l:now that n littlo coukIi is a tlaagcroun tlini;;f ii'jou awiiretliatit often fa.stim on Uic2 whv 9 Yflo mumn I W" JLffl "iTSTARTEDWITHACOLD."; witliBot-orioiisainattcr- M Can you nfTonl to neglect it? 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No other application compares with it in efficacy. lonrr-testc- l ''. d Published. fuvei'i.-iliiicw- ort-orcn- i Thi.; po.-iti- co mk it& x I remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. , Ko medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M r.yrA.w. Li.vimhnt. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it well-know- n V f i t 111 . fc 1. I MKIHSBiBflBB! I DOCTOR gm TAYLORS i I I Ii i 1.M111I.-I.i- rnlari--ment- ti-r- r Iiih-Ic- onmergal, Br" FOR CNSUS& FEVER. BILIOUSNESS, price HEADACHE AND ALL FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. REUURE MALARIAL DISORDERS. Ma (OyCENTJ HPREPAREDBY Iiiillri-stloii- . I'liyal-dai- u U.-- i Iodises-tlnu.u-