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TERHS-I- 1,2S If I I FOH TUtf- -i '-- SUBSOMB; 1r i I -- ,tr mil fiibliiheii, MI T IK TEE FOM REPUBLICAN Per Annum, In Airaui. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. bo kept down that the high foreign Tariffs may be overcome Ono of the greatest arguments against tho theory that tho consurae'r pays the import duty is to bo lound in tho fact that when a foreign nation increases tho Tann" on a British product, tho establishments charges as well as tho wages on this side of tho water aro lowered, in order to give tho manufacturer or the merchant a chance to deal successfully with tho change. If the consumer paid the duty thcro would be little chanco for our exports to grumble. But our manufactures and work people do make sacrifices to meet the extra duty, a'nd wo accordingly hear grumbling from both. Let Mr. ' Mann impress these circumstances upon his mind, and trouble less about impossible, schemes, and yet he may bo able to accomplish some good for tho working classes. $1.25 per year. NO. 25. WASHINGTON Iran Slat 2? IsC? Directory - IN DECEMBER. ta1k throuch the fields in December, As iiiglit is begininir to fall All tliolaudscapo is somber and dreary, All .nature is in wintor's thrall, EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES. HT ' r . fa T p' - . Bi, i r i ' V I lt It Washington, D. C, Jan. 15,92. Clccm Maxwell Tamp, No. 38, Deparlmest tt Tho President has become satisfied Kentucky, mecla at Hartlord.Ky ..second Saturday Iu Mch month at I r. a. that tho attitude of tho Chilian MinO. K. BiiaiTT.Captala. Alexandria. Jai. L. Rowi, Sergeant. ister towards a satisfactory settlement , . Trea.urer. ...... Tho golden rods Blnnding there faded, of tho matter is not sustained, by the llajl.ter of Land Office Valuable archaeological "finds" aro O-- . &.. 12. Palo phantoms of loveliness dead, Adjutant General". Chilian government, nnd he has being developed notjfar from Alex- J.Wti.OosKttL Post, No. I, Departmsal r inltructlon... Seem to sigh for beauty nowlostthem, Jpt. Poblle therefore determined that all the Kentucky, meeVa every third Sttnrrtay at 1 o'ataafc Clerk..'...- .andria, Egypt. They are illustrative To weep for tho autumn that's fled. PuUia Trlnler correspondence, which will show he f . M., In Conrt.IIoq.c, Loltchteld, Ky. penou. invesui inu And as I pauso, I remember yond-th- o ' shadow of a doubt that this 8. A. McSniar.AdJ. . tigation is under Dapiuos Pasha, and rJXXlSSCTOXVZ-My beautiful hopes that aro dead, country has shown good substantial is being pished between thirteen and Thov died with thoflVrs in November I'ai.ToiMoaToiiPoatNo.4,DepartmentorKM. Clrrult Court convene. the 4th Monday In May reason for declaring war against tii ky, meet ecry Saturday before tha aecosS Abel left mo wnn ghosts in their stead. fourteen miles frcm Alexandria. The and November. -- Jndge.,1 LPLiltie Chili, shall bo sent to Congress just Sunday nt 10 o'clock a. m. In the at IlAitTKOitD. ICv., Dkc. 17, '01. Loudon Times 6ays pt tho discoveries: Joe roe Cemmenvf eallh's Attorney, Hartford, Ky, J.C.Ciim.iaux, P.O. .. O Jlardwlck .. Clerk as soon as copies of tho testimony of J. M. Iliinor, Adj. At four to six feet;bclow the surJ P Hnrrett Coraaaliiloner A GHHISnUiT HDUSC the sailors of tho Baltimore, now beCOtJITTTr CO U U.AX, face the diggers found three statutes .. Jtii4a ...J ! Mprloa PROFESSIONAL CARD. ing taken at San Frausisco by Judgo ......F li rellx ...- rose granites, tonlfeet high, lying Attorney............ in . -- .Itowan Itoll.rnok Clerk......-...- .. Advocate General Remedy of the What Takos to. Make a Typ- ......S OTaylor . ......-- . faces downward, among the ruins of Sherlfl T jailer L..,.....- ...I PTomeon Navy can bo had. This will probably ioal unrlstian House. a temple, of which Bart of the outer L'ourleonvenei the lat Monday In each month, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Talmago In Ladle. Journal. be next week, nnd unless Chili shall 'ojTT.LSVraSXlX.T COTTRX wall with lower portions of columns In a recent Journal I spoko of a Court convene, the 3rd Monday In January, KENTUCKY. in the meantime apologize a declara HARTFORD, tprll, July and October. and several square yards of flooring Ghrietiao home and one of my male tion of war is regarded as certain. Coxrt of Claim.. ,. ,. ,. waaaim. . ja a. olixx. havo been laid bare. Tho statues had Court beglna Ilia lit Monday In October and readers writes and asks: "What do It is rumored and generally believed January. 6s been originally erected at or within you mean by a Cbrlstain home?" I that the President has already forthe temple, and ousof them is lying Jn.tloa'eeourta held In March, June. September will tell you what I mean, my brother. , warded his ultimatum to Chili. aad December, a. per date, oppo.itetha name. HARTFORD, KY. iu front of its pedestal, which is about I mean a homo in which tho Bible is Meeting Postponed. (J W Turner, 4,4, 4, Reed brought down (Office, over Anderson' Basaar.) threo feet liigb "They represcnt'in a' J.JMeKlnaley, J.i. i, 3. Irrra. the chief book; a home in which tho Will practice their profoaeion For months it has been contem (BW faylor constable. the Houso when be remarked sarcas- Ohio and adjoining countlea, andIn all th. eoarSs I court of AbmsJj. family kneel iu prayers; a home in plated that our January meeting group, according Jo the hieroglyphic 8pecial attention given to criminal practMaaMI S.T. 8te.vens.lt, IS, 1.l. tically after concurring with the collection.. A.8. inscription .Rameses H. (the "Greek TtaSHy Canviit. T. U. Keown.it, 15,14. W. which father and mother are practical Would be continued, and a scries of Wll.oo, constable. Rpeakerpro tern's decision that debate Christafne; & Lome in which on Sabmeetings held. To this end, the ser- Sesostris) and hiajQueen Hentmara (Mill Miller, !, 1, 1, t. CTazne was not in order after tho previous Chaanb Thelhirrf statae is of Ram- PamvilLf. I bath", from sunrise to sunset, there is vices of Rev. J. M. Bailee, ot Header-S- n seated. t J,W ra.ynecentteMe.i ,,4 lI i Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need question hud been ordered on RepreBennett. T. I. T. f . profitable converse and.cheerfiilsonM City, bad been secured by me to esea II in an uppfit posture, wearing for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, sentative Holman's resolution in de(. I. tarraaa. irrR'ender.constable. . 'I.r HARTFORD, KY. Taylor in said series of meetings, but h pleated tunic, 'bracelets, military Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dysand suggestions of a better orld. claring it to be the judgment of the Will practice hie proreaalon in Chip and adjala. fS L Fulkenon, 11, 11, II, 11. Whether tho wall be frescoed or not, when the time came, bo(h myself and crown, nuu, a KtnpB Bearing me pepsia. Price 10 and 7o ots. per bot-t- lo House that no bill lending aid in i(,0m Woodward, 11, 11, 11, U. 0L any Ing countioi, snd the court 'of Appaa'li. Spaou ttfUMaT. of Seth." At-hW Raws conitable. at Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. given to or only a ceiling of unplaned rafters; Brother Sallee we're wholly disabled shape to private industries ot enter- attentionnorth side collections. Office WMAutry, 11,10, t,. public square. vS TUT whether marblo lions are couchant at by "la grippe" and its, concomitants; left side he holds, srscepter, surmountHFMyr..lQ,.. i. prises should be passed, and no monKfenas, ed by tho head ofats son Menephtah WPMUl.rcOnnuble, PALLS OP ROUGH, KY. the front entrance or a plain latch is and besides, such was the health conE.D.QUFFT. ey appropriated for any purpose exJan. 9, 1892.-Sin- ce our last letter lifted by a that homo is dition of the people of our town, that (the Pharaoh of the Exodus), whose cept what is manifestly necessary to llr the antechamber of heaven. A man that we deemed it impracticable to car touch is inscribed on the scepter. to the Retuhlican, several deaths carry on the Government departaifc JDaw. On the plinth at which is of have claimed their victim. Among .ButriDm. JJ Mlt:hll,"jud(t fl P Taylor, never'gets over having lived in such attempt a series of meetings at this equal ments, "Aud this House will cease Will Dractlca In all mnrf, r nt..- marahal. height with the statue, is chisel- them are Joseph Wilson, Wesley Poran early home. It holds him in an time: henco the meeting has been C Daalel, JoJfe! J W Danitt, aa.aw.LL-Court CarfaTS to be a deliberative body." This res- counties, and In ) d " f:mionUos' over Anderson's Baaaar.lsrt. r of. Queen Hentmara ter and Mrs. Annie Slavin. At Gau-se- y, Thdugh his parents postponed until spring, when we pro- ed a , FaiMfiui. J LDaTM.on,udaj Jas A PollInK, eternal grip. olution, which after a few hours de- jo. .Office, iu profile, wearing a pleated tunio ivru, ny. Ky., on Christmas day, Win. vny BttTrea.. A B Balrd, Judge J XT P Thomaa, may havo been gone forty years, the pose to begin a series of meetings in and tho royal tress. The inscription Porter and Joseph Young became in bate, was yesterday adopted, comes marahal. tears of penitenco and gladness that our church sometime, from the fourth RMireat. Klrkla Held, Jndte. above ner head is; "Daughter of the volved in a drunken row, in which nearer to effectually trauzinir the rwii. 1 C Crowder, JuJ were wept nt tho family altar still Sunday in March to the second Sunmarahal. House'than any rule ever yet adoptTONE? AT LAW. glitter in his memory. Nay, do you day in April, and shall still expect tn King beloved of her father Royal Porter stalibed Young very severely. ed, and Mr. Reed spoke " - ' 111 I . a mighty TT A. enters. i thar spouse great favorite Hcutmara." Young is recovering. Wm. Woos-leJ not now feel warm and hot on your have the assistance of Rev. J. M. Saltruth when he said that with its On the back of the plinth is carved and Frank Tuttlo have, built a II Wllion hands the tears . .. laney.r..... which your mother lee. J. 8. Coleman, Pastor. W the royal banner.of Rameses II., with flat-bofor the purpose of shipping adoption the Houee would cease to IS. 12. 'W'eridJLnsjv ,.... ....Joe D Parrot! shed thirty years ngo, when, ono Itoxera Voptrltlendent... be a deliberative body. It is said to J W Itradley -- ... -. ..u.. ftea.r...WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys- all his known titles and appellations. hickory timber, hoop-pole- s and cross-ticcold and winter night, she came and H be the result of a conference between pepsia and Liver complaint? Sbiloh's inc execution ot the tnree statues is Col. L. Green went to Evans- Wrapped you up in tho bed and prayVitalizer is fruaranteed to cure you. atsKcozo'cai the leaders ot the "peanut" wing of in the plain, vigorous style of the ville lost week to buy a pleasure boat ed for your welfare hero and for your Sold by Z. Wayno Griffin- & Bro. 33L3T. . tkmrekMBllk-SerTie- e. the Democratic party. third and (Office In Crotrder Building) Twelfth Dynastyj to ruu in Rough River above his mil), at everlasting welfare before the throne? ) rvkrthBnndaylaeaeh month. niWJ" P?0'? !"'? Profession In Senator Sberman returned ol,"n The feet ot Rpmeses, which had dam. The new depot at this place is a'elaek etery gondiy roorninf. Ker. E. E. onnU.s.-riablle b AtoJNeuu? 0 ye that aro to set up your own County Alliance Mooting. Pale.Paitor. The alliance meeting convened on been broken off in one piece with a now completed and a lady has been from Columbus, where he went to aecon'd Batur leea Bamtlut Chnrk-!- rf home, sco that it be a Christian home! arery ftundiy dky aadHnnday. Sabhath-aehoattend a reception, which followed Martial at ta'claek. Rer.J.S. Calemao, I'attor. Let Jcmis make tho wine at that wed- the 7th and 8th of this mouth nt clean fracture, were found' at .a few assigned the office as telegraph opera-twll- rt im:. Ural and fourth C r.each month. R.Ilath.chool at t o'clock ding. Equality Church. I would say that yards distance. The two heads of tSh 'lirli. florticea ax ktadle factory is still tn his formal election by the Ohio legisMday in ATTORNEY AT LAW, lature to succeed himself in the Senmy Bnnaay m.rnlrj.ner. u. u. Mciwnai rai. What a grind thing it is to have. owing to tho inclemency of tho weath- group have also been broken oftattd fWt:fraAtfacvsploymcut for " t m (wl.) Herrwea arery Sup. ;K.rlVll, ate. M at t i.h. God stand l daytmoniHtf an hliUv guard at a door, and the er and the vast amount of sickness in arc bemcr searched for. Will practice his Btt.Chaa, Pile., Ptr. Secretary Raek las jao fear-o- f the Ohio and adjoining profesalon in all the Court ef the.couutry at the lime, tho attendIt is surmised that tBB(toipIe and AlpkM Batt4. (rot.) Benicea flrat and Lord Jesus the family physician; and cquntiaa, and In the Court night. Hirainai1an.mlnan4 ance wns.not very large, yet, U was statutes were ovjfrthrowjfWthe resttlt,otny invesfcigatiea fateUM AppeAla. Special attention riven to coIItl of . at f 'alack, a. . Rat. 1. J. Fleming I'aMor. oyer J iftlfin. staves, hoops, lumber workings oThls depOTtm'enff"aTriaihe the pillow; and the Lord of Glory a oWoY We grWdest meetings ever "edict of Theodosius, aTd., 380 abol- with cross-ticheld in the county There wna a ishing ho Egyptian reliqibn but noth- and hickory timber that unless some says of Jerry Simpson's resolutions perpetual gunt. You say it is imA. J. SL ATON. H. D portant that the wife nnd mother bo a unit in tho demands laid down by our ing has yet been discovered to ident- of it is shippodthe hnulcrs will have offered in the House providing 'for Nntional body, which met at Indianan investigation of the workings of the ify the temple with any of those to quit work for Christian. I say to you, it as rormeny or .Millwood, now located at LaiHk. apolis, Ind. Tho body received the known to have existed during the Agricultural, department. '?! hearti field, Rock Bottoh. importnnt that the husband and fathoffers bi orofestional aerVwaa to the people their delegate to tho State Egyptian or Gneco-Roma- n ly welcome anything that will compel periods. Urayson and adjoining couati.a. ofJe rai er be a Christian. Yet how many report of Dr. Hedon property.) SHILOH'S COUGH and Con- members of Congress to learn more Dr. Nerutsos Bey's interpretation jmj clever men there are who say, "My Union, Bro. B. F. Bartlett, and .aaaaaaaaaaaaak9BaaaalHHaalllaXaP342!l' gave him a unanimous indorsement of tho inscription is Hentmara, sumption Cure is sold by us on a about this department I should be wifo docs all tho religion of my bouse. guarantee. It euro's consumption. glad or my own sake, for the departJ". 3E3C. I am a worldly man; but'I have confi- as such. I would say to the brother- daughter of tho King, beloved of her Sold by Z. Wayne Uriffin & Bro. Sc Co., ment's intei est, aud for the sane of hood, that there was some very im- father (i. e., the preceding King, dence in her, nnd I think sho will the farmers, to have the workiogs of bring tho whole family up Tight." It portant business transacted in our "Osiris Menephtah, who was father of Sfc h aSaw GLENNVILLE,.KY. Jan. meeting of '92, as )ou will find both Rameses and Hentmara), royal ' Owenaboro, Ky. will not do, my brother who may read ly Frcdcrica 8trcct BKTWEKN Jan. 18, 1892. Sickness is plenti- this department more thoroughly understood and appreciated by members out hereafter. spouse (of Rameses II.) the (referring ful. these words. Tho fact that you are The grip has been affecting LOUISVILLE anfc MEMPHIS, XX. "WoodlsB, ' I now return thanks to the breth also to Rameses) great favorite of everybody. Tho wedding bells are of Congress and citizens generally than not a Christian has more influence on WITH ren of Equality neighborhood for the Seth. they are. Singularly enough although your family than tho fact that your ringing fast, it is leap year. A. J. PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, Mr. Simpson, I understand, owes his Tho Pharaohs, following the ex Fitts has been granted wifo is n Christian. Your children hospitable manner iu which they a pension. He rilOM AND TO r mmnmann' election to farmers votes, and poses treated tho delegation that assenibled ample of Osiris, King of tho Gods, got $168 nt first and f will say, "Father is a very good man; XJJ1J.J.VJ3.J I ril.il, 112 per month. LVIHYII.I.I,HEHFna,VICHftnURO Office in Poatofflec. he is not a Christian, aud if he can with them. This dono by order of and Lis sister Isis, had the preroga- Mrs. Eiueline Head and daughters as distinctively a representative of RATON ROUr.,nnd SEW ORLK.AKT, the farming interest, he has paid but B. F.B.vrtlktt. the.body. tive of espousing their own sisters, have the grip. Mrs. Martha Tin HrmptaU. risk tho future, I can risk try future." Fitts little attention to this department and and this custom, consecrated by both died last Monday of the 0, father and husband, join your wifo grip. She For lame bao t, sido or chest, use The Quick and Desirable Route on tho road to heaven, its work. I am quite satisfied that WHEN YOU GO TO OWEHSIHI the civil and religious law, was fol- was in her 80th and nt night Sbiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 CALL ON yeai. John Rumage, the better he TO AND FROM becomes acquainted gather your family ot the altar! Do cants. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. lowed in several instances by tho who has been sick a month w'th tyrhlUdtlpliUIUItlroort Xw York with it the more he will appreciate Ptolemies. you say, "Ican't pray;vI am a man of phoid fever, is slowly improving. Vuhltiften Norfolk Old Point m m iETNAVILLE, EY. JUenmrmd Buffalo Cleveland it. This has been my experience in few words, nnd I dou't think I could , Tlds Cblcaro Indlariapolli Croup, Whooping Cough and Cloud Story and family, of Mason-vill- the case of all those who have sought Jan. 16, 1892. Our little town is Clnclinatl Loiil.vllle put half a dosen scntcuccs together in jr J Bronchitis immediately relieqed by are visiting her parents. Mr. 0. WGsvb aatern and Northeastern Points such a prayer?" You can pray; you on tho boom. A number of new Shiloh's Cure. At Z. W. Griffin & H. Self and Miss Dora Stringer, of a more intimate knowledge of tho Daton Rcmgt ad 1taaplill Vlckiturc dwellings are going up and there is Bro.'s Drug Store. work we are doing and how we Glennville, were married one evenOrlnna Mobile. LIUlo Reck Hot can. If your child wcrodown with quite n domand for them on account do it." and the next hbur were flprUfvaad pclnli In TV'eit Tannea- - scarlet-fev- er, ing last week. The contracting parProtection in Australia. MiMiiuppI to decide its recovery or its death, you of so many families 'moving iu from Mtt Tiaa Arkama The Jaw makes many distinctions in ties are of high standing ILoul.iille Commercial- llilan nnd the South ad would pray iu sobs nnd groans, and other places. The luaiu attraction It has boon persistently claimed by many friends who wish themand have crime that are very unjust,' but to well. ovruwasT. school, which 'is being change or amend a law is always a paroxysms of earnestness. Yes, you licroispur Frances. tho free traders that the colony of xzzao 2jo:soc jauLarassaw. taught by Miss Colemau, ot Hartford. tkoYotifhly tqulpped and in Tt lli slow process. To say that the law en- For the ' can pray. Whon tho ctornal life of New South Wales, which has adfinest and ifott ArlttUe With, tnUfliii eeadltloB, and provides an eical-- I The school however, is very much afcourages theft, may shock, tho reader, any tm or ityle. Frederiea Si. , bmtist in time nnd through cars your household may depend upon your flicted with grip just now; in fact, all hered to free trade, has prospered Report of Sohool Distnot No. tit arrafecement but it is nevertheless true, regarding 3rd and UK. 6tJ7 92. ATiiatbk It Alias time and convenience Buppication,let your knees limber and the surrounding country haslt. There greatly, whilo Victoria, which adopttweared by the Limited Eipre. Tralna. go down; gather your family, kneel John Kissenger 80, Hirara Keith certain kinds of theft. For instance, ed the protective policy in 1870, has (Tklt a xiQBT'a MDX between Loulavllle down, aud in tho solemn nnd hushed are thirty cases here, some of which languished and New 80, Eston Powers 92, Hiram Powers you patent a valuable invention, 1 dwindled. Memphli, and tho best and quickest aro past recovery. steal jbelwien the two cities ever ofltred. presence of God, gather up all your South Wales has lately modified her 100, Moses Schroador 100, Joseph deliberately nnd intentionly asrrlee Our debating society, which meets idea, which you suppose is fully iTlakata.TimatTaljlf. and all dr.lredlnforma. sorrow and temptations aud Bins, and Schroader93, John Philback 100, yoiir fiaa aecjjred Ijy arrlylnR Jo ,W. I". tONO every Friday night, is quite the live- fiscal srstcm in tho direction of procry out, "Good Lord, deliver us." AsMfjat tjBea)rerB, or1 tection, which is sufficient indication Larkin Kissinger 85, Wilbur John- protected by the patent of tho U. S, liest society of its kind in these parts. son 85, Weaver Johnson 100, Wayne Government, and put a simular artiwr.i.P(U.f.Bt&,I Ait.lpniiTillerKT, We have also nn immense Sunday that her people have not been satisTHAT HACKING COUGH can school fied with the way they were getting Miutou 100, Noah Schroader 100, cle upon the market, knowing that I in which tho old as well as the bo by fCIHTILI.r, BT. A.OVIM A TEX. R. R. j Woso quiokly cured SoldShi lob's Cure. young take part and we have an en- on under freo trado. The fact of Geo. Tucker 100, Frauk Gray 84, am iufringing your patent. I make by Z. W. guarantee it. Currau Graff 95, Frank Peach 98, thousands of dollars from tho stolen I am glad to testify that I as Faattr Em- joyable time studying tho scriptures. that change ought to be enough to Griffin & Bro. wilb let CviiiTillti St. Louis Miiu Eiilfij, Willie Peach 84. John Keith 83, idea, taking' care to put it where it sdfa Nerve Tonle beHevethe beat la. a.feaMr ateeplassneee, aad which that M Rev. B. F. Jenkins who was re- shut the mouths of cannot be reached by any legal pro- fte.tTUerov.nirejlng humanity. T, , Va, John Wright 95, Frank Wright- - 81, K. ntaltK. Pastor, KeyaartM. cently called to our church, Zion, ar- disprove their assertions about the relBI)Ut.B IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1MI. Who Pays The Duty? cess. Yon discover what I baye -Elisha Schroader 85, Mamie Schroad. . T " zT."j. Wauook. UtL.BtLU.tt. r .i- ative condition of the two colonies. juam aveyra sgo - nwismerLLwee, a London rived Friday and delivered his first i rr a aseosiar, er 90, Isaac Schroader 100, George done and consult your lawyer vas to eaeeaave MmnSS). vnaa ainiaa saeaaasi Sir Guilford L. Moleaworth has reMr. Tom Mann speaks tho truth, sermon Sunday.' Jan. 10. My haaMh kreke 4wa No. 81, If troable No.U, Dally. WESTBOUND. Dally. cently written a letter to London Schroader 91, Malinda Gray 97, how you can have me punished. Can esapletaiy, I laet ssy affeSMe, aa Ja and we have no reason to question awt aaastaS , Mrs. Susan Taylor has just return you have me arrested and tried for wm. sa Barvosa eirenn.a Ieoul4 saw . T.taa. m. r". Lenl.Tlll. "...,- his assertions, the peoplo of Yorkshire ed from Reynolds, where sho has been Fair Trade, in, which he compares Nola Powers 100, Maggie Wnght 98, tnsnmerablo. Jhis dootors, aU kaaewa) aKstev-et-a Wait Point litis, m. - 1.17 a. tn. 7.20 p. m have among them some remarkable on an extended visit to her daughter. theirs progiess. In tho first place, he Sarah Minion 100, Rilla Kissinger 90, theft, before the uearestjpolicejudgo on (Met Aa a las alsn sseluaatlya aaSasasjs, I teaaodlea m year resort,) L"...... S.OTp, nr. Brandtnburg No. me aora. at aav a, ra, 1 37 p. Irtlnton .t a. m; 0.21 p. m. evidence of the failure of a. fiscal poli- Frank Westerfield spent several days corrects an error in figures made by a Effie Graff 100, Effie York 94, Cora justice of the peace? jury? Havewhat deaaataaootid dose Putnr TnIa Kara altar The retlend aar pels. aat4 No' 10 23 m. s asw bottaa i aaa eMtrety earetv I Tucker 91, Rosa Gray 100, Cora indicted by the grand tephenepert wtacc cy which was to confer lastiug bene- last week in Deaucfield. Miss Fauuio Mr. Robinson iu a letter to the Loneexttfy . ranor an ay Jver veaie aae 10.44 a.m. 0.41p.m. m lot.rport Gray 100, Mary Schroader 95, Maud then? Your only redress is to npply arovea not sad? a atasat 11:11 a. m. 10 lop. m. Hawestllle fits upon tho workiug classes. In an Simpson returned from Fordsville don Times, in which it was stated Hsag ill mj i JOHN1 iiwoa, m. inHp.ni, Mwiapen that in five years endiug in'1889 the Acton 100, Gusta York 100, Nillie to the civil courts for injunction to which he has just delivered at Monday. Nameloc. Owenaboro.;,,............ 13i is p.'m. It'll p. m. address V.ln.M. itaoac aa Mama Gray 100, Laura Gray 100, Mary prevent my continuing the use of population of New South Wales had licmie. aant free to - av addraaa, BanVsleyMrrMaun remarked that. Baoirarill .2. .....,.f..r..l:04 p m. ll.M p, uoor pananie.eaa- auo esuia Minton 100, Annie York 90, May your property, aud to bring- - a suit 1:25 p.m. talon.a.m. 1 lneOlcloa free of akarca. Ay. Wa.jm. y Catarrh Cured, health and sweet increased 82 per cent, while that of ''They foiim! skilled raeu in Yorkfor damages for its past use. I laugh working-a- s No. tl, Victoria had only increased by 16$ Wright 100, Tom Schroader 95, No.M, shire weavers for 22s. per breath seoured by Shilqb's Catarrh ' Ucowntaparaa andetbl duaottosTM M Daily EAST BOUND, Dally. week, When they saw women, and Remedy. PrlcoCO ots. Nasal" Inper cent. Sir Guilford gives the cor- Mary E. Minton 100. Willio Minton at you, knowing that you will never KOINIQ MU.OO., CMmwh Mai realize a dollar from your suit, beLTiHend.raoa. ;,....;., ..., 7:10 a. tn. 8; JSpj mi. even children, have to turn 'out and jector free at Z, W, Griffin & Bro. rect figures as 16 per cent.i for Vic- 95, Dillard Schroador 90, Wymund p. ni. go inlo the mills to assist in making a ... ,... 7.77 a, m. Bpotta-iU. i Grafi 80, Lula Johnston 100, Nannie cause of your inability to locato my 8oUWPrcwsatliMrBta. l toria and 1Z per cent, for New South .. ..... jM7.a.ral2&.p.m, Owaaebora Taiaalllaeill.7ffi e Bottles tare. living, that clearly indicated that . Dr. Fenner'a golden relief ia ..... I 0? a.m. 8.05 p. m, Boswell85, S. Brian t 100, James property, and proceed to steal somo Lewliport....... Waled. thore was something very unsatisfac..... ,33a. m. W0p,nv Hawa.rllle.. to .'relieve toothache, headNew South Wales has more than Peach 100, Kktie Winsatt 90, Nan- other inventor's idea. This is not Clomport .......... .... 10:01 aim, lnTT tn. tory." ache, nouralgia, or any other pain in 1ft 28 a. "m. 0.10 p, in. Btepheniport... Thore is something radicallywrong; three times the area of Victoria, and nie Duggins 100, Mahala Wright 100, fiction; it is a hard, cruel, reality, a, mjj7: pin 2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises, wounds, lrvlftglop.......... ...,.....-)1.that is being enacted every day, and has, besides, excellent pastoral and Allen Minton 100, II. Wright 100. Brandenburg 4uT...t..i " a.'ml 7:il p. tn, and the bottom of it is to be found tn wire outs, swellings, bites, burns, R. R. Wkddino, Teacher., ,WetPel6t., will be continued' tintil the wilful in.UWprm.l'OSp.W fiscal Dolicv. In order to com- agricultural districts, an unusual r ..... liOOp, rn. o.oip.m. summer complaints, colics, (alfo iu jrr. lionlarin ., te wltlTany'dcKrce of success against wealth and variety of minerals, infringement of a 'patent is made a I 1 ' TaalnaN,HM JTpfrrk4eoiuiectlon A goods imported freo from Abroad,, the horses), diarrhoea, dysentery and fltix. cluding gold, extensive silver and Happy aad ceaUat la a home with " Ths criminal offense. Sucn a bill is ' be(Snnday xotBted) with train, on If satisfaction not given money re- lead mines, diamonds, Irfiaf tan a lamp with the lifchtotiha isotataf. (Ihulnnt ai ad all fATKNT M UilM MtM . mlabundance of TJatefUs,WTiui Rochester UmpCa.NawYork, lUrdlaaburv it Waiters' R. It., at and nion aro forced to accept low wages, sale by L. B. Beau, ing considered by the patent comiitees iMidad an Sne. UnltKHATK rmam asaaavi wart bofad.1 Far furthirWwmattOn. addreia upnostte the II M. aloOrc.'a4 vhi aw ea-- i tin, magnificent coal beds with seams ando keep' down tho coat1" of pro- turned. For SvA.WlKBaCeK.Pa'rAj't. am iVHenta in lean uaae inea tsaMrsaiaaisine T of the House and Senate. . mum piumum. duction the women and 'children are SiMimoiiiv of enormous thickness, valuable" detoU,yhi,,gyt tllOTDot iiirenlioii Wa utviae as a jmsmV attraotcd to the milk. There is also anposits of Iron ore of yarious qualities sl.ilily ft cc nf chaise and w mala tl AM4fUt SLEEPLESS NIGHT made misother tide to thlet qtie.tion. If we are erable by that terrible oough., Shi In close proximity to eoal.aBd linje-sto- ue, F01 rlieinar. advice, terw: and leistejiasa ta - IssT Wsakssja, atalarta, fWaiillHi eatuejrtienw in youroam MatexOetwty.SlhJt taksV - copper, antimony to rotaiB a hold pa' .foreign jmuk&i? l6h's Cure is the remedy forj yon, bismuth, wrilo to H ' rteto T 4mXm Bro. manganese, cabalt, sine and platinum, CAN. Might though tit ma b, wages must For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin V Vtf i Lieutenant loverner Secretary of fltle........,..... Attorney fleneral. -- .. Audller 0vtmer.... ........ M.G.AIford Headley .....W.J. Hendnck .li 0 Norman ..Henry Hale .......0. 1). Bwango ..... ......A.J. flrois ...E. I'. Tliomapn A. Addarn. ...R I'olk Jshmrai J, Y. Brown I ' Interesting' Relics Discovered a Few MtWfrom h vjruiuu-ivjinm- ij it ' Victoria has little coal and nono of tho ether minerals but gold, and her gold mines, which caused bor to bo made a separate colony, havo decreas ed continually in productiveness till hor output of gold in 1889 was less than it was in 1870. Sir Guilford gives n table comparing statistically the condition of Victoria in 1870 and 1889, by which it ap pears that its population has increaed more than 50 per cent.; its manufactures have doubled; its reveuues more than doubled; its land area under cultivation nearly trebled; its shipping tonnage more than trebled; its savings banks balances increased nearly five fold, and its exports of wheat multiplied nearly eight fold and its wool exports more than doub led, and ask if which shows sucu reauiis can no said to nave ruined a colony. Notwithstanding the great natural advantages of New South Wales, the protected colony, with its narrow resources, 'has shown tho more substantial prosperity aud its experience has at least converted its sister to protection, LETTER. oca ntacias comro.xDjir.J . SECRET ORDERS. Sons cf "Veteran. court-hom- e Ed.'wiii Eowe - - Glenn "Veddingv Ex-Spea- .A. S-mlt- - Attorney at Law, is B.D.-RUIO- Cr. tow-strin- hjs-bac- Attorneys j.l, N bas-reli- ef J!f-"--imi7i i Perry WestcrlUld r.t ('nly ..d s. X.-B- Sabbath-achoo- ii - Roslxie, Attorney at Law, to-d- ay ij. Heavria, . Uabbath-Khoo- Balibath-echo- spfisJSuumopi &jsmmtis Hartford, Ey, .il I Physician &"Surgeon, aii ' Taylor' DENTISTS,! S. ' DENTIST, rt C. Theo.Cain, e, tl vi id SJJf Pi. SI free-trader- s A tU fL' e. i'V. as v' i ' , a. war-rent- cd . ;s 'j 'Ji. .! ' BMB H Si-- pJi - M Louis-Till- s, yr .''fl 1 j i- -. 2-- Subscribe for the Hartford Kepubli- wlttjr f A T J U V-- . ': i 1 Vlfc? - i kxr ;. ' ,('' &. sl i2i ' , v. ,fS' i"t -- H.. ; u. PSffig&ZptFyT&rs:'? V tz- -x ,'tl'-).- l " ' vi KA "'i ROSINE, KY. TOWN TATTLER. CLIPPED. for n fotv years and this stale of afJAN. 18, 1892. Undo John Craig, fairs, of which every Kentuckian is a very old and ruspcctablo citizen, Ho thinks tho slide a vile device, lai'ECIALLY HAHTI'OHD. ntlMKXD EYEHT FRIDAY MORNING. heartily ashamed, will bo wiped out, Courier Journal, And naught could mako him gloss it; died hist Tuesday of pneumonia. Exand instead of having tho Chief Tho young ladies of Dnuvillo havo That's why, although, ho meets some Mrs. Auti McCord, wife of John JO. B. IIOfJKRN. Iniitari r..i !..., .i. im. ecutive of tho State tell tho world of " e. H. ice, " IKTT.J with vim aud stnrted their leap-yea- r MoConH died at her homo in Dun-mora deficit in tho Treasury, ho will, IIo could never cioss it. Muhlenburg county, last FriFRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. through wise Republican laws, be en vigor. Let no old bachelor escape, t(,V ill Dauvillo or anywhero else. day, and was brought to Rosino Sun to say what a Kentucky Gov abled Not lung ago a prominent lawyer of ift'JuDOE Lindsay declines. day, and buried nt the Caution TRUE. ernor seldom eays, that "there is a the Hartford bar.who does not drink, fiM Oimulioro Mfonj?er. Mrs. graveyard Sunnuy evening. cusso balance in tho Treasury." Tiib Trigg county court house was Thero is no more reasons why tho bad brought up from tho city of McCord was n former citizen of Ohio burned last week. . Owcnsboro, a half gallon of old and county, and was a chiistain lady. Some newspapers soon forget, es- Btate should pay for nowspapcrs for the "liro.wator" on which members of the Legislature thau that She was loved by all who know her. John Sherman will bo Scnntor pecially when it is to their interest to it should pay for tho cigars that they to treat his friends, who lovo to guz-zl- Sho leaves a husband to mourn her fMj do so. A certain newspaper in this another six year. the nforcsaid liquor in all quantiloss. county has ever gladly given its col- smoke or the liquors they drink. ties, especially large ones. But this Cardinal Mannish, the grcnt umns to those who would attack ReNEXT ONE IN NOVEMIIEII. J. W. Taylor, who has been ill lawyer was greatly displeased with Engllah prelate, in dead. Southern Jonml,J for some time, is out ngniu. J. W. publicans, either fairly or uufairly, The Courier-Journa- l gang received htmsclfwhen he found that a "visitor The young Duke of Clarcuco nud but always preferring tho latter, and threo notable "kuockouts" withiu the within our gates" absorbed tlio juice Lewis has had a slight attack of Iu grippe. Mis. Dr. Lilcs is ill. Mr. grandson of Victoria died recently it now comes with poor grace from post year. First, the new constitution' of the jug to such an extent that tho chil-dre- ns this snnio syepphantic sheet to hold J.J. Layton, is (sick. 'Mrs. Dr. Also-- a in England. was adopted over its protests paid said visitor had to ho assisted tu his is Wedding h better. Govenor Otto up its clean (?) hands in holy horror, Jhsbe Biiow.v, u negro, was hang- because n good Democrat, through for by tho corporations second, room. very ill. home this ed at Padticiih luct Friday for the our columns, chose to give it some Crisp was elected speaker of tho Chus. Talley is at Ond element of hoodlumiam seems week with his family. murder of John Larry last January. very Ecathiug tiuths. But it's always houso of Representatives by Hill and 's Tammany Hall, thus dethroning to havo disappeared from Hartford Master George Gregory Wedding better, you know, to make a good run The McKmley bill continues to thnn bad staud. pet hobby, "free trade;" third audiences. Wo no more hear tho is visiting relativiM nt Whitcsvillc." a Myers, tho s vindicate iUelf before the people, and little tin horn, was whistler. Wc are glad of it. HowAttorney B. I). Ringo, of Hartthe "triumph of lying" will triumph another nuithero was Protec- defeated for speaker in tho state Leg- ever, Those who have opposed a ford, attended a special term ot the no more. tive Tariff have never claimed that islature by Moore, the farmers' candi sance nt tho Collcgo entertainment. Rosino 1'olico Court hero Saturday. This was the man closo to tho stove, foreign im- date. Roma. The Green River tlyublirun has the levying of a duty on who gets too hot, and opens tho stove ports did more than to add to the WTIAT AHOUT THE l'OOR BACHELOR? changed halids, and now it is one of OwenWro Inquire. door. Doesn't care if everybody tho the brightest and uewsipst papers in cost of the article the amount of thought often else freezes, if ho can only ho comAn so levied. The duty ou quinino, duty this part of the State. makes us bluer than the person to fortable. This scion lrom tho stem wo believe, was 20 per cent, and Senator Sherman has announced when it sold at $5 an ounce, the duty whom it is directed. A happy of cusscdness ought to be nipped in that he will retire fioin tho Senate was one dollar. Now when quinine iniud is nn elixir, aud as arc the spir- the bud. when he has completed the term for was put on tho free list, all that could its of tho wife iu tho home, so will -who, in Hartford isiufested with a certain winch he mis recently elected. como from that, according to tho Free bovtliose of the husband, OF Trade theory, was the reduction of turn, will carry them into the other class of young "hyenias," who call Cleveland Democrats arc ouly the cost of an ounce of quinino from world. Domestic hnppiness often themselves the "younger generation," letting their Chicltiiin's Presidential colors commercial prosperity. Tho that attend threo prayer-meetiu- e 85 to $4. But it now sells at 40cts. boom take a much needed rest. It is an ounce, and still the whole reduc- hearthstone is tho corner of the counting-- nights in each week for no other purHull's old stand ou Main Street. room. not dead, as has becu reported. wife pose than to make a noise, and disAn unhappy tion in price is claimed as an argumakes a blue merchant. As wo men turb those people who uttend such OFFICE OVERBED FRONT ment for Free Trade. "Consistency Notwithstanding tho super-humalive at home, fo we work in tho outer places for benefiting themselves Is propared to do all kinds of thou art," etc. efforts of tho Democrats to supworld. spiritually. Only a few nights since Dental work at reasonable priens. monpress Tom Pettit, tho "tail still seems - m EXACTLY 80. the Tattler attended one of the Springer vs. Jackson. bo wagging the dog" nt Frankfort. to Otoben'r.o.'rat.) Kconoiiiiit. of town, nud these STANOARD TOrx.'j CCNTUn-prayer-meetin- gs Ctniijr Let us hear something moro about Sptlnuer, est man in Andrew Jack n Senntor Hiscock, of New York, says-tha- t little "hoodlums," were there to laugh Am famous teller if Hill is left alone by tho Re at everything that happens. Chair "McKinley prices," if Democratic paman of Way and la Dr. L. H (Ne publican papers ho will soon shrink will pardon us for reviving a Meant CommilU,at man, of AorA pers a, Probably small proportions. subject, which must give them such Jafksnn Hartford's young people aro always April 2G, into Dinner, teli re is much truth in this. Hill's Januarys, 1892. 1824. alive when it comes to keeping up the heait pangs. Heaven smiled Democratic aud Republicau foes havo socinl part of town. There is never a The country docs The spring term of Hartford Col- not need to be upo'i and gave us undoubtedly, by talking about him, time when it is a hard matter to get NTnABrMAWL' lege opened Monday, with a large informed, by a bill liberty ami inde- given himself and his followers an up an entertainment of some kind. The inflated and extravagant notion of general rcvis pendence. number of new students, and we are for a Ever since the dawn of leap year the 4 TWINBROTHERS Tariff, same Providence ? v r r x J '?' glad to sec so many youug teachers ion of the Demo- bus blessed us with his importance. The end to all this, town has been alive socinlly and with what the among them. cratic party desires means of national however, is near at hand. After the more elaberate entertainments to folConvention meets, which to do upon his sub independence and National We are pleased to publish this ject or what it national defense. will put up somebody else, Hill will low soou, no doubt the Tattler, with the rest of the old bachelors, will hie week a pretty little poem from the would do if the Ho has filled our bo left nlono with great persistence himself away to a ecquested spot and mountains nud our power pen of another fair young poetess of and unanimity. there contemplate entering the matriwho says, however, we were in the nanus plains with minHartford, with lead, erals of our party monial state. just must not tell her name. One-hal- f of the aud iron and copCROMWELL, KY. per and has giv Jan. 20, 1892. Our town was in The exports from the United States Tariff burden will en a climate aud a Not long ago a magnificient bachbe lifted from the 3. y? wero larger in November last, than shoulders of the soil for the grow- a state of excitement hast Saturday elor, who has seen about forty Fourth IT FO 'fire. Tho ever before in our history. And still people by placing ing of hemp and morning, caused by a -e of Julys, and ns many autumns, very houso and contents belonging to g tho Fradc Trade fanatics cry that a wool on tuc tree wool. These seriously remarked that if ho had his iiii--. the great ma- Cary Porter were entirely consumed. Protective-Tarifwill destroy foreign list nud making life to live over again, ho wou'd martho corresponding terials of our naWATERLOO YtASl CO OCTROITUICH The General Baptists ate holding a ry at nineteen. So, my dear reader, trade. reductions iu the tional defensc,they to have ex- scries of meetings here under tho if you arc of the male persuasion and The Republican State Central Com. duties on woolen ought to them ad. management ot Revs. Burden, BurHaving bought tho Livory Business of K. W. Taylor, I wish to inform tho Goods. A measure tended unhaltered, you might do well by not mittcehas been called to meet at thii3 affecting so equate and fair den and Spann. Many are exhibitpublic that I will do a gouoral Livery, Salo aud Feed business at the s C allowing your nineteenth year to pass Louisville the 27th iust. The Com largely the nece- s- Protection, that ing quite an interest iu the welfare of old stand, and also keep ou hand BUGGIES, WAGONS and . over your unworthy head, until you mittee will doubtless call tho next sary expenses ot our manuiaciurers their souls. CARTS of tho latest and most approved mako. JSyDou't ' head into the matrimonial run that State Convention, mid fix tho time the people, so e- s- and laborers may forgot that tho Hartford Transfer is still to tho front in Mrs. Camilla Daniel, wife of A. C. halter, and sent'al to their be placed in fair give the other end of the ' and place for holding it. behalf of thodruminoraiid travolingpublic. Ploaso iith Daniel, died at her home last night, rope to so mo fair member ol tho health and com competition those of Europe, - - """ tfivo mo a callTIIRKE TRIPS DAILY. The Central City Jferald has had fort, will not fail- and that, we may after an illness of six days. Her re- other persuasion. to attract univerHorses, buggies and wagons for Balo or hlro at all times. Spooia .r lately. Mr. L, J. Oldham sal attention and have withiu our mains will be interred today at tho a chauge attention given to all stock entrusted to my bare. The receive, when thor- - country a supply family cemetery. She leaves five interest. An English Minister thus descibes having bought Yours Very Respoctfully, Herald is a good paper, its politics to oughly undeistood of those leading small children besides a husband to the church: "What w the church? C. universal eupport.'nrticles so essential mourn her loss. tho contrary notwithstanding, and we It is more than n club for social chnt. to war. In short. Mrs. J. S. Montague left last week wish it continued success. It is not .1 diilling ground for youug been sir, we have forSebree City, where she will spend orators; it it not a theological entertoo long subject society has been several weeks visiting her mother. tainment, with a programme packed An to the policy of organized at Washington for tho purwith instructions to the minister as to .British merchants. Mis McMullcn. pose of cutting down the anuunl penDr. Turner and family moved in what he shall preach; it is not n desion appropriation to about our midst last week, aud as he bought bating society for the discussion of the .V. I I I J TH Hill KINDERHOOK, KY. y I I IV i its present amount. It is safe to say faults of deacons it U not a repositoAfter several weeks ef absence I property be will be n permanent resiy 3 an ac- ry for the storage of gries'ance.s it is the scheme is of Democratic origin. will again endeavor to send a few dent; we consider them quite charming not a battlefield where every sort of l&rV& V .CI t items to your valuable paper. Not quisition, as he has two vrs-S- t I Mb 1 VB?J iinv-f- c CR The, Democrats aro ever ready to contemptihlo grievance may be fought fiaer.TTBBitKTBafflBLu k it will add auything to your daughters. "t- thinking censure the Republican party for a Capt. R. D. Hays sold his house out; it is tint a park where all the already newsy sheet, but merely to let 3JJ Treasury at Washington, but no - ifw -full and lot on Mulberry Street to Dr. loiterers of creation may gather and i you know what is going on in this vi Kentucky Republican returns firo by ?Xl iqjb .' Capt. Hays and family lounge. It is the marshaling of the N Turner. N cinity. h..L "nil ir saying that the Democrats hao a forces of the Christain life, nud the Alzien Rogers, Hartford, is have gone to Fordivillc to reside. Mrs. As pleasant Syr up. No, full Treasury at Frankfort. Miss Siua Martin is on the streets hurling of them in nil their serried nt the bedside of her mother, who is MEETS ALL DAILY never. again. Mis3 EfHc Kahn, after a few glory, like the life guard phalanx nt sick. days in the house wrestling with tho Waterloo, against the hypocrisies, that t lie Tnstelcs Chill Tonic which Miss Ollie Anderson, who has been The good people of Lexington have I'ivcn Mich universal satisfaction, and the corruptions, and the agonies of for several days, is wo are grip, is out again. organized a Law and Order League. quite sick wi ten von licnr your neigmxxi talking The school closed here last Friday, of the world." about fs Grovk' rS. To (jet the original Hartford needs this or something else glad to state, better at this writting. . i i. ... - . i a ii L'ruuinc iasi2icgs 1:11111 ionic. bi TO ALL. aud wife, and strange to say, no one has been Mr. V. D. D. Stevens to stop the shameful and disgusting waya ask for Guovn'S , and don't ar-pUiciip, untried substitutes, cUimlng to heard to murium "I am sorry," not be lust as good. Gro vc's Tasteless CliillTonlr holds full 6 ozs. nncl cotUlnt 48 Dontal Notico. distribution of whisky, which so'iie ore both confined to their room with uoses, wane many 01 me new, untried useless tonics only hold 4j oii. and even the teachers Dr. J. P. Williams, of tho office of disreputable scoundrel, or other, is pneumonia. contains but twenty-fou- r to thirty doses. Grove's Tonic is ns large as any dolInvitations arc out announcing a Dr W. B. Armcudt, Owensboro, Ky., lar tonic and rntallH for f0 oiH3. Mauurncttirrd by PARIS After the absence of a week, Miss carrying on in our midst. MEDICINE COMPANY, 6t. Loul , M: . Sold by oil Drut'glaU. taken grand ball at tho Geutry Hotel Fri- will bo iu Hartford, February 8,1892, Alice Bowman, has ng.un ALIKE. The Owensborn Inquirer professes charge of her school, nt Alexander. day night. It is xpected to he a and remain one week. Those needto believe it is following a great Presi- There was no school last week, owing brilliaut afTair, as tho young men on ing Dental work, will do well to call to on Dr. Williams while he is here. dential procession, headed by Senator to the illness of her father. the committee were lievcrjkno-vi- i SFifiCl IL ATTElNTIOR Hill. It would be funny if the The sick at Mr. J. W. Stevens' nic fail in an undertaking. Ho.30, Udlit'CitiioiTlrts. strictly Given to the Traveling No. I, Solid Tires, Quarterly meeting wi 1 conveuo 1. 1' lUkiuio, Prett. Jxo. II. Ilium, Cnnhlcr. phantom procession should all improving, and will soon be out high grade. $85.00 195.00 Public. Ho. 2, Cushion Tires, hero the first Saturday aud Sunday in turn to he only an oidiuary man with again. Ko. 4, CoivtrtlUa Sfrlld Tires, $05.00 a monkey and hand organ. $85.00 Of tho Condition of tbo I am glad to note the change, that February. Ho. 3, Ladies SolM Tires, Jesse Brookens, of color, is Uncle If. 4,8, " CisklHTlras, there has been iu the Hartford VB The Calhoon Gmricr has suspended M Iw is thef oldest 191.00 HUH since it has been under tho very low with grip; ho publication. If it had been a ReCushion Tires worthy young man in tho County, having celebratour No better publican paper, culuinus would have management nf B. Rogers, and will ed his 109th birthda;. machine made at been written by Democratic journals frteud, Mr. Jo. Will Strother, of Rochester, was Warranted before tho close of 1892, any price. concerning tho glad event, under dare say that hero Saturday and Sunday, tho guest ALL PARTS it will bo n welcomo visitor, iu every At the Close of Business bead lines, "another Republican paMay its circu- of his sister, Mrs. Dr. McKcnny. Interchangehouse iu the county. Bicycle Catalog Free.' Deo. 31, 1801. per turns its toes to tho daisies," etc. A Syr J. C. Gentry is talkiug of leaving until it will havo the able, m lation iucrcaso claims that largest ciculatiou of any paper in us soon; he hns a slight attact ol RESOURCES. . The (Jaur'ui-Jounia- l Western fever. Here's success to Loans nud Discounts. . . .837,004.28 there are no material dilleienccs be- Western Kentucky. 3,000.00 you Bud, hoping you may return long Real Estate Ghahshoitek. tween the opinions of Crwp nud Mills MANUFACTUR:n?, C03TON, MASS. Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 before tho year is out. yet it tays the "trium-- U,'i-"' !" .r on. the tariff, rt! r ,'---. l''3 "V ,;!'""' lti' "' 'f fMli'ufiiiilii'rrr ' entirely, Cash on Hand and iu other aftftH.JUJ.-ynIf this is uot overlooked phant march of tariff reform had met Examination for Graduation 25,800,27 Banks you may expect to hear again from with no back set, up to the election in tho Common School ' White Winos. $07,370.55 Course. of Speaker Crisp." What does the LIABILITIES. first-clas- s C'J mean by such a vague expres-flion- ? iu The examinations for graduation Dental Notice. 825,000.00 a Common School, will be held Capital Stock Paid 802,31 It is my good pleasuro to aunounco Reserve Fund for White applicants, on February 5, 2.250.00 The Democratic members, of the and June, 17, for Colored, Fcbuary, to the public that I havo taken rooms Surplus Fund 39,258.24 over the Beaver Dam Bank nud now Deposit Account House Comittee on Ways and Means 0, and Juno 18, 1892. hnve the most elegant and best furevidently consider that they "know Heretofore pupils have not attend.. 807,370.55 it all,"ao fur as the Tariff is conccrucd, ed these examinations, but it is to bo nished dental office in this part of IT. Barnes, Cashier. John First-cla-ss Will Serve at all times ,, A Pino Line of a they have decided not to grant any hoped that several will apply, on ono the Green River country, Subscribed und sworn to before me, In my hearing to industries liable to bo ef- or both of theso dates. To work nt reasonable prices. this January 1, 1892. those pupils who pass Bucccssfnlly, a office from tho 1st to the 15th of each fected by Tariff Legislation. FortuShelby Taylor, D. C. O. C. nately it is ' beyond the power of Certificate will bo granted, statiug mouth. Sensibly thankful for past m these "big headed" Democrats to that the person to whom it is issued patronage and respectfully soliciting a We take pleasure in submitting and in my styji. Cakes, etc.. always on hind- .n this our first annual statement to the hurt auybody, except their own par has completed tho Common Schoool continuance of same, I am Yours truly, public. We have now ns safo a deCourse. Let the entcrge'io beys orCream Made Bills. pository ns any in the State, and so- -. W. T. MoKenney, Deutist. Oysters in Cass aud girls come in, i licit the business of firms, corporaBeaver Dam, Ky. Goveunor Brown, iu bis message, Jo. B. Rogers, Co. Supt. Special attions and individuals. m o -No. 12) Mail Strut, Exchange says that there will be a deficit in tho Telephone 208, tention to collections. Balua Davis, Isaac Foster and tho bought and sold on the principal Rev. E. J. Maddot hai declined Treasury on Juno 30th, next, amount' , ing to 8472,755.11. Let tho Repub- the call nf the Walnut Street, Baptist Barnett Bros, delivered a drovo of cities of the United States. John H. Barnes, Cashier. hogs at Beaver Dam Wednesday. rule tho Commonwealth Church, of OwenBboro, Ky. lican party Hartford Republican PROPOSITION! I e, d o From and after this date, we will sell our line of heavv Boots at AMAZINGLY low prices, low that it will pay our tomers to buy Boots for the bad winter, We which FOSTER says must come. have 150 PAIRS that must go, are going now. Come in. Corn taken for BOOTS, few CLOAKS, especially in sizes that are going at SLAUGHTER prices. Respectfully, Wnt-tersou- C.-J'- HOCKER CO. if. g. mi 3 i r BEATER DAM, KY. & BIO STEADS CHEAP. When in Otvcnshoro, call at the BIG FURNITUE STORED MARTIN & SMITH DENTIST. n We have (he largest STOCK and Save lowest prices to he found. ey hy giving lis a trial. Rcsp'y, CV-olin- SMITH, 'The Furniture Hen." t MARTIN t t t DRY HOP g YEAST 5? AS QUICK be-in- LIGHT & 1KBKB, Proprietor. VV EBI LR! 1 .- -- L. Elartford.lCy. anti-pensio- n one-four- th r f& i 1 .lii.c. I sw. -- ": rtfS j&3M F fW S nltKfS iS8BB . fLM ssi o . " j !; GASEBIER'S 'BUS J QHILLSJIALAIA X a5iemf G f. &.BiUOLSSNES5. DEWEMOE hi lull pi .. .- ni V If '? LOVELL DBAMOND CYCLES. Bsaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK :.... $85:00 JOHN P. LOVELL $85.00 25&i?33fci.ARMS CO., V', yAKKj'J"' w ', Also keeps a I ,.... , EUGENE GASSER, " ft Livery and BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Feed, Stable, where jou can have jonr Horses Fed. and get the best of rigs FRESH BREAD, da,y or night. lieave ders with H jour I it Qrk " , i mm mm I mm ' 'JO . Owensboro, - '';; Kentucky. ' . -- "i "Vd " . ,"--' ( rj 2 V k. 'ilKJ ..V ' ' 2i . iTv. &.rt liSK. 1 vr- KfeT'l iHGn "Vs cwv vii!vi!t w'j'wiejw ,vfjiflSifgiji ..ji ? . 3 l!J- A fc' FAIR BROS. $ CO. a Witt.? n A vy 4c , Apron gingham, 5o a yard Knlu.'s. at PERSONAL. Hon. M. L. Hnavrin roturnod from Louisvillo Friday. Miss Sallie Renfrew is visiting Miss Lizzie Moore. Mr. M. M. Kahn is in the East purchasing a new stock of goods. College Orations. On last Friday evening, tho class in English Literaturo and History was greeted by a largo nnd nttentivo au- -' dience. The occasion being tho presentation of original orations by the class. Promptly as th6 hour hand pointed to seven, tho class with their teacher took their places upon the rostrum. Tho first speaker of tho evening was L. N. Burns, his subject, "OuePivot in tho Worlds History," was treated in such a rannner as to show research and thought. He was followed by Miss Stella Thomas, subject, "Tho Ayrshire Plowman" showing foith tho wonderful genius of tho famous poet, Burns. A. L, Coko camo next with a well prepared speech upou the subject of "Plagiarists." Tho "Peculi-aritie- s o.t Goldsmith" was then delivered in a very pleasing manner by Miss Mary Miller. "Skepticism" was set forth in a very able manner by L. R. Barnett. "The Dawn of Free-dom- " was the subject of au .oration by Miss Salla Crawford, which was both well prepared and well rendered and did credit to tho young lady. R. D. Walker came next nnd delivered nn oration upon "Clubs nnd CoiTec Houses" which was enjoyed by all. He kept tho houce in n roar of laughter, nnd at the close of the excrches wns called upon to repeat, which o did in a way that only Bob can do. He wns followed by Miss Lura Williams, whose subject was "Tho Poets Laureate." Her speech proved her thorough acquaintance with her sub ject. R. E. Lee Simmerman followed in a pleasing address upon tho subject, "A Prince of Good Fellows,", and impressed one and nil that he was thoroughly conversant with his theme. The last speaker of the evening was Miss Emma Fair, who gave to the public some very fine thoughts in a well prepared speech upou the subject, "From the Dawn to the Twilight." Mu3ic was furnished by tho String Baud, with Marvin Bean, the popular young violinist, as leader. Prof. Lytle, tho young man in charge of tho class, never looked more pleased, as ho saw tho progress of his pupils. And well, too , he might ieel proud, for never has a chu3 been greeted by as an appreciative audience as the ono last Friday night. Every one left, feeling that ho had been benefitted by the speeches 1 of tho bright young orators. 1 Mrs. JwJn Felix died at her homo Wednesday ovcuing at 7 o'clock, of tho grip. She was 85 years of ago, anu iind ucen conuueu to Her room some time. Sho was buried at tho fumUy burying grounds yesterday evening. Anderson's Bazaar. ,,. ?, . -- Robert Simpson, White Run; J., L. Hoover, Clear Run, called to i i- - U ; Every time he Opened His Mouth, He puts His Foot in It And in this instance it is we who have put our foot into it, and this is just the way it all happened. Two weeks ago the bright, sunny days that remind us much of early spring time, prompted us to look around and see just what Winter Goods must go, if at a sacrifice. The search was made; the result being that our Customers found our entire line of Winter Boots, Shoes, Jeans, Lindseys, Bed Comforts, Blankets, Shawls, Cloaks, Overcoats and many other articles advertised at cost. Winter has just made its appearance, and, so by opening our mouth, we The a doubt, put our foot into it. mistake is burs. We are men of reputation, and never go back on our word, you can get all our Winter Goods' at Springtime prices. , Our Mens Boots go from $1150 to 82.00; Boys, 75c. to 8100; Chiidrens Coarse Shoes from 25c. to 75c; Ladies Coarse shoes, to $1.00. They are the best made, and are , We are daily receivingour Spring Suits selections have been made with greatest We care and the prices are the lowest. are headquarters in every line. bargains. Overcoats are getting scarce, the reason is they are going cheap. Now is the time to buy one. , You can save from 82 to Ronfrow, Sulphur Springs. gest stock of clothing,, hats, boots Virgil Ernest Traoy has returned from and shoos, got strictly ono price, alhis e'xtonsive stay in Louisvillo, ways has tho lntest styles, and whoBowling Groen and othsoever comes to trado with us for er points. tho first timo always cpmos back and Dr.T. G. Turner, Jno. W. Martin, is satisfied in ovcry respect. Cromwell; J. P. Miller, Beavor Dam: Prof. G. B. Likons, South Ca- rMrs. J, P. Tinsloydied at her homo f roll ton, woro in town Monday. Monday evening, January 18, 1892. Miss Lula Johnson, who recently She had been confined to her bed closed a vory successful school in sometime with pneumonia and her Muhlenberg county, has come to death wns expected before tho Angel Hartford to livo with her paronls. of God enmo to clnim licr. She was She entored Hartford Collego Mon' n true Christian woman, having been day morning. m m nn earnest worker in the Methodist so Collogo Happenings. Church Her remains wero laid to Jan. 18. The beginning of the lost rest Tuesday afternoon. half of the school terra, has come and Wo take, plcnsnro in calling atten- gone. Notwithstanding the weather tion to tlie card of Dr. J. II. White, being cloudy and threatening, there dentist, found elsewhere in this issue. has not been for a long timo so large Dr. White is a riBiug young dentist, nti assembly of students, all looking nml thoroughly prdpaied to do first-cla- bright aud ready for work, as there work. His offico is furnished were ass.nblcd iu Chapel Hall on with nil necessary npplinoces mid is Monday morning. altogether a model office. The Dr. Dr. Alcxmlcr, iu his ever pleasing is a genial, pleasant fellow nnd wo manner, conducted tho exorcises, and wish him abundant success. made nil happy by treating them to one of his fine, practical talks. Tho Literary Societies of Hartford Among those who matriculated MonCollego elected officers for tho third day morning are: M P. Kimbley, have,be--yon- d term last Friday. They are as folM. E. Morton, Ccralvo; Charles Baklows: Adolphinns 11. E. L. Sim er A. R. Renfrew, Sulphur Springs; moriunn, Pies.; W. II. Rhoads, Vice Lodford Truman, Fordsville; John Pres.; A. L. Coko, Sco'y; R. Nol-so- n, H. Barnes, Prentis; Byron Barues, D. Cofoiuan, Trons.; so J. W. Lytic,J.Janitor. R. Sorgoant; Beaver Dam; Hugh Baily, Cruis-ton- ; E. C's. U. C. Barnett, Harford; Silas Ida Duke, President; Laura Render, T'cheaor, McIIenry; Sophia DavidVice Pres.; Salla Crawford, Sec'y; son, Siddie Davidson, Cromwell; Ida Rendor, Tioas.; Emma Williams, Beitha Felix, Olaton; Eva Pirtle, Marshal; Anna Buan, Critic; Verda Ru'thCo'nbs, Lulu Milligau, E. V. Duke, Janitor. Milligan, Lulu Johnson, Hartford. Maggie Stewart, Stewart, Interoc. T. J. Morton's grocery store was mediate room. the scene of a most unpleasant affair Misses Aunie Bean, Verda Taylor, on Monday night. It seemed that City; Messers Jas. S. Fields. Louis Berry Rial nnd Peto Ham had imville; C. B. B. Felix, Olaton, were bibed more liquor than they could visitors at general exercises Monday carry and ualk straight, nnd Berry morning. proceeded to mnKc things lively in Dr. Alexander still has charge of latest and most $5. the wns very loud andapproved style. tho class in Raub's Rhetoric. He boisterous and Evciything flourishing and had several (pj arrets, which would moving along with work. havo occurred had he been sober. not Several students are still on the Berry is n fellow, but ille, ss The TRADE PALACE is tho soo us Wednosday, Miss Lizrie Moore has roturnod prido ot Ohio county. The people know it is tho lender, carries tho lar- from an extended visit to her Uncle, .' U J .1 . wt 'V tfVi M i This Wonderful Store which is J. admitted by all to be the model business house of this section, be,-- T cause of its honest business meth- - 'ft ods, and because it always has. "ONE PRICE TO ALL" as its motto and sells goods as cheap to . 'a child as to the most experienced v buyer; undcifthe Supervision of Misses Gibson and Collins, has just closed one of the most successful business years of its pxistance. These ladies keep posted as to the "latest things out," and with ' W the assistance of that Erihce of Merchants, S. W. Anderson, as. buyer, they can always be depended upon to have just what you want in their line, at the low-- , est cash price, so if you need- w HONEST GOODS at HONEST PRICES, it will, no doubt, pay you to visit the V - i ? f' 4 - , i .l kc-s- mm js good-hearte- like too many of our boys,Lo "tanies at the wine and is bitten." sick lit. Big Stock Sale. HARTFORD TEMPLE of FASHION IN AND ABOUT TOWN. We Wore presont Sunday morning at the C. P. Sunday School and liciinl tho presentation speech of Prof. Alexander, of a beautiful Bihlo given toSuperintondont Milligan by our worthy townsman, C. R. Martin, as a reward for' having onlislod more now scholars j in his Sunday School during tho past yoar. Prof. Alexander, in his usual happy manner, after complimenting the various schools for their laudible efforts in tho most fcoling manner, presented tho book with tho words: "It is a partial reward for morjtorious work." Mr. Milligan, in a fow woll chosen words, made his acknowledgment, thanking Mr. Martin for tho beautiful gift, and the Sunday School for its with him in the Sunday School work. A unanimous voto of thanks was tendered Mr. Martin with a request that a synopsis of the speechos be furnished each county paper forpub-licatio- n. New students are matriculating every day. The societies are flourishing, nnd doing good work. , MOUE.ANOX. I FAIR BROS. N.N tfcM.'V.R.R. iiHdaJ TRAINS LEAVE BEAVER DAM. TRAINS GOING WEST. . ...12.10 N..S.1UII .ndEipwu.... .11.10 No, T, Llm.teJ Eiprc...... TRAIN'S GOING EAST. CO., Props. G. L. Klin fc Cc. havo n largo supply of fine apples, lemons, and oranges. When you want groceries go to G. Co. They are headquarters. L. Klein & r. u, I'. . ' (U. No. t, Mail , and Kiptf ...-- -. -.- IJmll.J Eprf !... Ml r. S tl a. Being that we are out of sizes in Undonvoar and Topshirti, 3 ou can havo your choico at COc. Goods sold from 50o to $2. KAIIN. Several communications wore too late for, this week's issue. For fresh fruits and nuts, call on In order to bo suro of publication T. J. Morton. they should bo sent in on WednesvIf you want canned goods, call on days. Wcaterficld & Son. Mrs. Chapman Crowe, Beda, died Children's Suits aud Overcoats Sunday night uf pneumonia. Sho from $1.25 up at Kalin's, was a most exemplary woman and her D. Ellis Miller has just closed his death will bo a great loss to both her family and tho community. school, at Independence. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. sick. Miss Emma Fair is sick. Mrs. L. B. Bean is bettor. Master Burr Morton is sick. Miss Salla Crawford is sick. W. A. Gibson is improving. Mrs. Henry Griffin is better. Miss Mattio Sanderf ur is sick. S. L. Johnson is able to be out. Judgo Baird and wife are quite ill. Mrs. Steve Bennott, Beda, is vory ill. . is" Mrs. J. E. Boan The Siek. Minton & Thornton, of Lebanon, Ky.; will sell in Hartford, Kv., on the 25th of February, about 30 head of standard and high bred mares and young stock. vThis BAZAAR T. 3D. )0ES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST- km t TXTIILIL.I.IS i ss i f.li BLACKSMITHING. J. D' WILLIAMS.1 v., - Horse-shoein- g a specialty. A large stockibf stock will consist most!y of nicd brood best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farm-in- g Implements on hand. Call on him. w mares, well bred ; some trotting and some saddle bred,well Rowan Holbrook's sick. Mr?. little boy is -- Amanda, Barnett is out . Col logo Hall is full of now stu- C.L, Field's bus never train. Not so of others. misses m& r Just received, a now line of Huts, tho latest styles, at Kahn's. Now is the tiino to buy your 'full stock boots for $1.75 at Kahn's. Best flour in town at Westerfield & Son's at (5.75 to 80.40 per.barrol. Our calicoes, that is what is loft, KA1IN. v go at Co a yard. Remember that 0. L. Field r taken tho best care of.stock left with' him."1 m & u. ?. 1 The fourth quarteily meeting of Notice. the colored M. E. Church will comRemember that all orders left with To whom it may concern: This is that the firm of Carson & Casebier & Burton will be promptly mence at Sulphur Springs Jan. 23d. Attention Farmers. At Hartford, 24th and 25th. Rev. Morton hns been dissolved. I having W.,Ev McFarland's Auction House filled. L. M. Hugood, P. E..M.D. is the place to sell your tobacco. sold to T. J. Mortoe my entire f It you go withC. L. Field you are CiiAiu.ns Pylus, Pastor. interest in tho gencrnl grocery Selling at auction is growing more popular with farmers every year, sure to have a pleasant ride, and be James Stringfield and "Cricket store ou Mai ket street. Mr. Morton nmro especially since the formation on time. Roach applied for license to tunrry will settle all tho film's business. of tho Oweusboro Tobacco AssociaWhen in need of groceries of any last Monday but as no ono would Those knowing themselves indebted tion, which furnishes protection to kind, you can not do better than call risk his name on tho marriage bond to the firm will plcaso call ou him at both buyer and seller. The law of the Association says that if buyer and Resp'y, on T. J, Morton. the event had to be postponed. The onconud settle same. seller cannot agrco as to whether or H. B. Causon. J. name of the woman is very conspicunot tho tobacco comes up to sample have good Casebier & Burton sold by, that a reputable ous in the courts around here. teams, good lines, good wagons and a Elliott-Etunsakeand certify to same, shall Call on them. good driver. I havo purchased tho grocery store Mr. C. L. Elliott and Miss C.illio and both samples shall be laid beforo Carson & Morton, and will con- Hunsakcr, Rochester, wero married l a rcclimation committee, who shall Casebier & Burton have the best of settle the matter. This wo think is duct a geucral grocery store as before. Jan. 14, 1892. Mr, Elliott is. a suc- perfectly fair to both buyer and sellhay and corn. Will take tho best of .Thankfrfgone au all for past patron cessful young farmer while his "young er and will causo many to sell their care of all stock left with them. age, and asking for a continuance of bride is a lady of true worth. The tobacco at auction that never did beWo ure prepared to break bus lino leads. your favors, I' remain "yours truly,ra O. L. Field's Republican extends congratulations'. fore. Hhd. tobacco, and trust ,tarmen at a orders Don't be'frald,tolevo''y6'uY l, it. MORTON. distance will givo me a liberal with hirer" liWkralways punctual Public Debate. as it has lone; since been con, ,It makes lis'stnile-t- o jiae people and riHaMfc&'fr On Saturday night, January, 30th, ceded that the Oweusboro market . is Bchoolhouse, the followiug as good as any in the State. Argu.U,i It', J. at Union and fine ir.iJr-'.- t t.:Ii. For Resolved, ment is uunecessary. Just watch for subject will bo discused: afed;.we will DreoodsVJl 'wearing. tiietV awhile find out what that tho revenue necessary to run tho prices weekly in this paper. S .Resp'y, W. E. MoFablamd, , N fcey bought and then for the first. avsv Government should be raised1 by a wiLt. raTLri K'Ve.i'?SS OweBtboro, Ky. at uumnum claWarttoleioome to us.' Come, and graduated income tax. Affirmative, 3d St. just below court boipe. 'V I "" . I" '! . I'll " ' " t'l. 1 ' 'm'L s. LAST WEEK'S 8ALB8, A little of son Cjint Chapmaadied wawjllshow you some ,or those J. J, Bracken, J. B. Southard, John Prior leaffrom $2.90 to 19,00. left'wlth- - us. THAT JS FAIR Taylor, J. P. Millerj.Ncgative, 8. L. near Bads, JwWth.He )id heon goods " to $0.10. .iok oaTy a Vt)Vul)h;V"P'' ATN'TJT? Ladies Rubber shoes Stevens, Atfonzo Rogers, J. L. Rog Have lugs but 12.00 Burley from sold little added ae mora to tha knff'ftot'of the at 50o a pair, Ihe best in va markau ers, 0. S, Taylor. Speaking begins at $3 for leaf and lugs to $8.20 for leaf i. 7 lugs. u:;ju p. m. dead ouo-hal-r. ple -o, Try the Evaosvillo Flour; every barrel guaranteed at , csterfield & Soni. " Mrs. Peter Parks died at her homo near Beda, Jan. 15, of pneumonia. dents. A great many more ae ex Sho was a member of the Methodist pected in the near future. Of Church and her loss will bo greatly course Prof. Aloxnnder is happy. The entertainment given at Col-lo- go felt. She was buried Haiurday. Hall on last Friday night by We have 10 long clonks loft, out tho class in Literature, under tho of 189, which'! go until Tuesday management of Prof. Lytle was night at your own price. Here is a largely attoTided and seemed to be chance a $15 cloak for $3. enjoyed by all present. Tho musio KAHN. furnished by the Hartford String UiltiLnot Tuesday night only, Band was splendid. "Our boys" all wool know just how to please an audience. you can buy a first-clnI wonder if tho boys are wuiting suit for fcO.OO, sold at $151. A first-cla- ss Overcoat for $0.18 bold at $0.50. for the girls to usk them to go sleighing? If so, spoak out. X X KAHJfH TRADE PALACE. to-bu-y ss, . ngain. Clarence Hardwick is much ' improved. Miss Amanda Bennett is ' improving. rrs. Mary" Ann "Thomas is improving. Dillis Ward, No Creek, has pneumonia. Mrs.' Atchison, Select, is not expected to live. Jorry and Minn Williams, near Heaver Dam, are ill. altogether the best lot of stock ever brought to Western Kentucky. This stock has ail been selected from the best, broke to ride and drive, high style. and a number in foal, and Beaver Dam, Ky. Writs for Oataloqui and fullInformation.I ;$ i MiMi & imnm Business Csllcee J and there are a number of them fancy bred. This stock will be sold to the highest bidder, without reserve or by bid and be as of .idjisventions one seems ished. :v: . i'V . IV Republican Committee. Tho members of the Republican Committee are requested, to meet in Hartford, .Monday, Feb. 1, 1892. Some very important buisness is to be transacted, and wo hope every.mombor wilPbe present. J. 6L R. Wedding, Ch'm'n. Jo. B. Rooers, Seo'y. represented. Capt. English will conduct the sale. Terms: Cash or its equivalent. Let everybody at' . tend. School Closed. .! CoftditjoT u AJhe Pittsburgh Lamp in- - 'SUtmiDt of tie those OF TOE end to be finIt seems reach, th? that A as to goodness of the CIom ! BMHtM, Mwrr? , 18M, and hakWtttmi ( tk .NtockhohNrXMUas T . . RESOURCES. - uiiih,iiii1iihii f? &... 4J. .&Y "-. .:.j tWCIUit- X"c -- . '.' ".. w Tl o school at No. 104, wjiich has been under tho caro of Prof. A. A. Brown, closed last Saturday, The day was spent in various exeroises. Tho forenoon was givou to tho regular lessons; the afternoon to select reading, roview in Kentucky Messrs. History and Arithmetic. J. P. Miller and J. Donham Hooker made very interesting aud appro; priate talks. Tho following named pupils attended school tho entire sossion without missing a day: Susie Austin, Maggie Misses Master Satumie Paxton Paxton; " and Clebern Miller. This has been a very succesful session and refects groat credit on the teacher, patrons and iu.ils. This' makes fifteen months in succession for Mr. Brown here, and, during that has period no trouble whatever oocured botweeu himself and any pupil and none u.tioug the rlupils themselves. Mr. Miller is a nojjle Trustee having made twdlvo visits to the school during the session.' -- every way, Bills discoiiDted. , . . , . , ,160,741:19 and ease of Real estate. 'snmnn Si i an .r 1 nrtnrw .m aaagc- - i urnimre ana nxturcs Bonds.'. . . j, . ,v. . t . .;. l,84l!ie' ment Debts iu v . The only care it requires is Expenses suit. ,.....,,, . ,773,621. paid.,, 32.20 11 ling and wiping. Cash ;u safe 9,320.72; Dirt falls out when the Cash in other banks....... 18,'S26.67' .himney is taken off, not into' 192,534.0a a pocket as in other central-draugI TC lignt in f, ,.' ht lamps. Putting in a new wick is a very easy matter indeed. All this seems strange to ar cue who knows how good lamps are. It is in all theT good lamp ,tbres. Send forCa prfifavt'-- f trouble-'someoth- , LIABILITIES. Capital stock t. . .130,000,00 Depoeits; . . . . ,.. v.,jSi,0SLNl Duo other"BanlC8. . . '. . . . 286,39s ".-DividendsJunpaM 208.00 ' Profit and loss 3,009.08V . ,.& S. K. Cox, Phesuikht. . . 92,534.99.l "? -- Iv. n.!.birth.r. PiTTuox(BaAapo 3C Kotioe of DliolutiOQ.'T Trpaitnerstip herloforo exwtiag" - between C, M. Barnett and E. Y B1AVIR DAM, Milllgan'under the firm name Barnett & MUficaa, publUhers'"of tlw iSrfc WiUWutfeuoftce flee over Bank. AU work luiunwuiojuAir, h awsoiyeu, xj,-teed.' Pnoea reasonable. MUligM' having sold half (ptitMt'is' " aid paper to Jo. B. Rogers. v O. M. BARNirrrr, vi DENTISTS ir- froMfrk mf'..iQtir TV7"!- IT. W "'?, Sf1 V.: f E.ViMir.MaN.A 'j ..v - P . c-- .'V i :"r 'tffi'1 .rCs t w it i rf ,1 ' ,A wilrt'r )'' ii- xf rXTZf&-?gQl XT'5! ' , i w -, N '.. iV J. Hartford lie publican FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. f. Ncnr Crnwfordsvillp, Itul., Jan. 11, a train on the Motion railroad was wrecked ntid three penutna worn killed others uumlcd, bo mo and thirty-twof whom will die. SV bile sitting before the family fire, Andrew Jnckton, Richmond, Mo.. killed his brother William. Abe Garrison, who lives in Calhoun County, Y. Va., eloped with another man's tvifo nftcr abandoning his tamily, Mealing horses and firing the house iu which his father was dying. AtSedalin, Mo., recently, ft seven-yea- r old boy and his liltlo sister were- burned to death in the house, while their parents were nwny o Items of Intorost. to - from home. A man and wife named McDonald, living near Barhoursville7 arc sixty-eve- n and sixty-siyears old, respectively. They have 13 living children, 104 grandchildren, nnd 11 aud the whole McDonald family live within three miles of Bourboursvillc. At McAllister, I. T., recently, a ruiue explosion caused the death of mora than sixty men. One hundred and seventeen were wounded. in the The greatest stamp-lickc- r world is a pretty littlo mics iu Philadelphia. She can lick and stick 3000 stamps in our hour. go homo with tho pretty girl; but no, they both went on up Main stroot wishing in thoiriniuosthoartsthatthoy were out of it. What a fool the qther follow was. Why dide't ho lonvts? In the meantime thoy wont pat corner after cornor where eac thought surely tho other would say good night, forbad not the girl said he might go home with her? So on they wont until tho guto was reached, and with a pretty thought about tho oifectof tho moon on thodriod loaves in the gutter she asked them both in. They both snid it was late nnd looked nervous. "Can't you both como up und see mo Thursday evening?" she askod. "Mamma would bo pleased to meet you." Ono said ho had an engagement at tho store that night and the other said ho wis going out of town Thursday. After a nimnonr, during which each thought it was time for tho other to move on, tho yonng lady said good night and went up tho stops. No ono niinoyod her Sunday night when" sho camo out of prayer meeting. m As a boy in the rude village school nt Salisbury, N. II., Daniel Webster pranks and WitB not free from email mischiefs." Onco he was called up by the master to be feruled. Hold out your hand, was tho roiumand, mid out went tho right hand. "Dan," exclaimed tho master, in it reproving tone, looking at the dirty little paw, "if you show mo n dirtier hand than that in nil this hcIiooI I'll let you oil." Immediately Webster thrust out tho other hand. The schoolmaster was stumped. But ho was us good as his word; ho let tho boy off. Argonaut. Wont Ono Dirtier. QUINN'S A unneEO 1. OINTMENT. 2I nunotuig 9h. ct ilnbn C, B. DlKKHAKT. yvs. on ntt '.- JAau:s'i'',"rrtH!riar,a1iBiluna ll ..i enlartvnunu, abiolutelf romoTed b Ta Of wmtalifltA tndortrmtnt of our Uad-ChMr BlaU Bank, T" TJ "'"' "J CURED ef blood ar"? "On bote cured very bus olknd MOO. 00 a mr forwhlcb I hTIt Itbout It if coal SAW bolUt." 1 would not b IT Aan hundrtdi of inch UidmonloU. roar PrlM.At.aMrbaltlc. usAtk tc drutttit for UMl. II tttmr tnr trial b doe not Ktf p It, eenil tt -- w v nmM PAPER 1 '1 IS THE ONLY- - I Vi iMMMnMHMSMH mawn lb ama.ia W. n. EDDY ft C).. AVltltehall. :aiKifjni tiiii iB.Laavivua N. Y. "5eeing is Believing." And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is not pood. SimfiU. Beautiful, Good these (words mean much, but to see "The Rochester" will imnress the truth more forcibly. All metal, tough and seamless, arid made in three pieces only, jEgggjBp it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its marvelous licrht is surer and brighter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cneertui man euncr. Rochester,; immririin Immtht REPUBLICAN FORT it. i.. kti:vk:n, . -- a.m. iiudnon. PUBLISHED IN THE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT tm'4..? 7 aj Al. P 'JEUV? . & 3- Si BBBBhB STEVENS HUDSON, LIVERY AND FEED STABLE, Old bociibsteb Linr to., 4a raxK riaee, nw i Larrnt Lam 1 Frsy Stand, corner below Deposit "The Rochester." Richard Monarrh, vr. a ARE YOU A Good for a Giggle. WHAT JOIINKY SAID. Sank, Haia Street Ovensboro, Sentncky , A Mamma. "Johnny, what do you Mr. Stevens is ill bo glad to have nil his Ohio county friends stop with say to the lady for the cookoy?" Johhny (muching away) "I say im while in the city. Adaburg, Ky it's n darn good one bus the old maid Abbyvillc, " Epoch. got nny more?" VT Mm the marrelous French Remedy CALTHOS free, and a " Beda, not to liEsxniy.ci) AT. lesal guarantee that C.ltiios will STOP DUch&rcM afc EaUasUa, "Where nro you going, my pretty Mcaver Dam CURE SperaiUrrkM. Vriaele Ud RESTORE Lmi Uj maid?" Vu it and fay ifiatufiei. Big Clijltf, " "I am going to sneeze, kind sir," she Addren, VQN MOHL CO., U imriaa OmUiHI, OUa. saul. Clarlson, y There's a patent medicine which is "Whom nre you sneezing at, my pretQtneyvitle, " not a patent medicine paradoxical ty maid?" " she CenterloKti " It's a "I'm going to sueeze as that may sound. CAT-OL- a Puck. said. " Ceralvo, the golden discovery discovery! Central City us AC1AIX. hit of medical science It's the medicine Cromwell, " Jacky (precious) Ma, my similar-schoforyou-tiro- d, exhausted, JSdwls, " teacher says ever day is Sunnerve-wast- ed and women; for men Fordsville, day in heaven. .The Leading Fhotograplier. you sufferers from diseases of skin " Jlorton, Mamma yes; it is the place or scalp, liver or lungs-i- ts changes Horse Branch "where Sabbaths ne'er break up," my every one, its season always, because Picture: In Every Style and Site. Livermore, " it aims to purify, the fountain of son. How degraded tho daily 5"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged Zeitehfield," Jacky blood-up- on life-t- ho which all such Louisville, " press must bo there! Life. A SPECIALTY. diseases depend .The medicine is Dr. Millwood, " WANTED A GHADUATE. Studio on Main, between Lewis & Pieree's Golden Medical Discovery McHenry, " Fuimcr Meddergrasa: "Be you u Daviess Streets, The makers of it have enough conJtorgantoicn, lawyer, Sir?" 37mG OWENSliOliO, KY fidence in it to sell it on trial, that " Magan, Blaekstono (with dignity) "I am is you can get it from your drugPrinliss, " practicing law, Sir." gist, and if it dosen't do what it's Pleasant Ridge Meddergrass (moving away) "I olaimed to do, you can gel your Point Pleasant thought meybe you'd got the trade ! Hockport, " money back, evry cent of it. lamed, i'll go to somebody else." Jiochesler, " That's what the makers call taking Epoch. " JRosinc, the risk of their word. i rc. ". CHno.Vlce.Pre 0WENS60B0 .o;;o- NATIONAL BANK SUBSCRIBER? IF NOT J II Davit Miss Maggie Lucas U.S.DEP0SIT0RY Owensboro, Ky. Security For Deposits M i Dr LTCox. R W Blanlcwhip !, B F Hampton ST Pearl. SUBSCRIBE J B Rogrs TIC Smith Henry Tinshy. 8 B Bishop 2TS,000. at once! J, BRING YOUR 03NT run-dow- R. E. Clark, Sito L Stevens "....'. '..DJDunean FD Sanderfur. Robert A Miller W Q Xetiton HD Smith. HWStoy. CM Pendleton. SolSmitli. Accounts of Farmers a n d Co ii nlry AJcicliiinls a Specialty. Interest paid on time deposits. Solicits your business LAW SON JOB WORE TO US, And it' will receive RENO.Cnehlor. CJImwIoiu W S Taylor. Respectfully, EH Basliam FM S Taylor. A Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITV, KY. R. R. PAXTON, PROPRIETOR. Has jus! been repaired aud newly furnMieil. Located close to Depot. Good meals Give it a trial. t ornrft-clusshinc- BARNETT L & ROGERSy .sayksjiBBieai,- iM - Daniel GOOD ENOUGH FOR HIM. Tiny, lttle, sugar-coat- ed granules, Closcfist. "You tell me that you are what Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-Io- ta never smoke, gamble or drink?" are. The best Liver Pills ever Clarklets. "Yeu. sir." invented; active, yet mild in opera Cosefist. I shouldn't want my tion; cure sick and tiilsoiislieadacl es. daughter to marry n perfect man, but I gii"s you will do; you seem to be one dose. quite an accomplished liar. New AbOUt N03Q3. York Truth. of keen Bonaparte, who was nd ijuick perception, never chose if he could help it, says the Loudon Trulli, a man with n poor nosa for a (NEW YORK) plsoe of responsibility. Marshal Ney ha 1 a poor nose, and wai incapable of conceiving a plan Has Larger a Daily Circulation than of battle. nuy other Republican Newspi- The Chosen People have big uosds, per in America. and are not liable ti colds in the head. DAILY, SUNDAY, WEEKLY. Massena, the most resourceful of all Bonaparte's marshals, was n largo-nos- ed The Aggressive Republican Journal Jew. of the Metropolis. Dernadotte, the most clover in intrigue, and the least given to stu- PAPER FOR THE MASSES. pid hero worship, was another. Founded December lit, 1887. Gambetta had a large noej and a small anuunt of hnin. Circulation over 100,000 basaid of the Thestme thing greatost artist that Fr.mce ever produced Renan. The Press is the organ of no tacJules Ferry is smalj-braiiition; pulls uo wires; has no animosities to avenge. has a big brain nd a The most remarkable Newspa.Jule Simon big nose, and is, taking all in all, one per Success in New fork. of the ablaut of living Frenchmen. THE PKKNS In a NnlUnnl Xrwnpniicr. Cheap news, vulgar bensations nnd Tlio Prinuo-- CSom intico, whom I trash find no place in the columns of look np'in iw a women of groat caTHE PRESS. pacity, has the Urge, hooked nose THE PRESS has tho brightest Edof the seventeenth century Bourbons itorial page in New York. It sparkles with p lints. and Cendees. The Press Sunday Editiou is a splendid twenty page paper, covering Wilkes Colt $3500.00. every current topic of interest. K. II. Durnutn of M.iitland, Mo., The Piess Weekly Edition contains write under date Oct. 25th ng fol- all the i;ood things of tho Daily and lows," I inolnsoyou order for Quinn's Sunday Editions. For those who cannot afford the tho bottle I recoiv Ointment, Daily or are prevented by distance ed from you soino tine since has from early icceiving it The Weekly is saved a fine Wilkes Colt for mo a splendid substitute. worth $3500.00 it is a grand rome djr." Ask your druggist for it. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM Jiobard, TlEWHSME IS THE BEST. wwYvtmmwwm soW'SSSSm. tv'iX fT lOUIS 'yww, FPU Select, Shreve, " " JlJt W P Render. George Maddoz A F Stanley Wedding Eugene Anil iLJtoqcrs C T Whitinghil WA Dexes M Summit, " Sulphur Sp All The Press Agents Wanted! H. A. LOZEIER&CO., Wholesale Daalers, BLf. Br aiolSTW AndthoM troubled with nenrousneii retailing from care or oienrort will be reUercd LyUklng tuu trade mark and crossed red Hoes on wrapper. Neuralgic. Fer$ona 1111119 FINE SHOW CASES. for TERRY M'F'G CO.. catatonic. IM ntBaaBHaHBHBnlBHBHBHBHBHBH WM YVK Brown's Iron Btttera. Gcnulaa xff Hi - IM Yj7aW WA M vi fW I M llalMTjBWPiC. mVtJmlmm9BmSlmmmwBmSHmWmmmmmr Nashville, Tenh. riTTiMiii"iiiiii555re For Catalogue, and Prioos, write the MimttActureri, CLEVELAND, O. Superior St. ) WEBSTER THE BEST INVESTMENT Tor the Family, School, or Professional Library. mffljufUtcrJftJBiM)l VIOTWMA wasTEjfafZ flr VOIl IIYKFEl'SIA Uae IlroiTn'a Iron Illtlrrs. rhyslclans recommenil It. AU dealers Icep It. t 0) rer bottle. Genuine and crossed red lines on wrapper. bas trade-mar- Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, rarranattauat 'ai"jMt-ji.taU- U.S.A. - Adjustable Extension Stand, in-i- DKM.EIt Has been for years Stnmlnrtl Authority in the Government Tiopirnl Mtl'ITN mill t'onlrcflasirrlew, Owensboro, Ky. .Prlii tine; Office and U. B. Supreme Court. All Oi'd'.n From Stages Promptly a It is highly recommended by 37y 38 State Sup'ts of Schools and tended to. tho leading College Presidents. Nearly all the School Books published in this country are based upon Webster, as attestItROWVi 1KOT HITTniLT ALMAJTAO I'or IMM ed by tho leading School Book Contnlni One llmulmt Ileclpee for Publishers. dcllcloiiKCoiiily cbeiily nnil ilcMy 3000 more Words and nearly at home. Tills book la given awuyitl drug and goncral atorcs. 200O more Engravings than any other American Dictionary. rnnk-In- c "cvzioz.z:crx: and rS7ji. IN JOJLY BOXJWMMJi, ti WHV rrarjs- : COUGH? mm K Uint a Httlo viug!i is a dsDgeixra tiling? jou aw aro that it often fasten on Ute IutiS and fur too of ten runs into Consumption and cuds in Death? People- Buffering from Asthma. Bronchitis, 1'ncumoniA and Conaumption will all leu you uiar, - lo voa knoiv Aro 09 VGJ t ; jsaw The SPECIMEN TESTIMONIALS. K8W York WorHtayit Webster Is al. od rnoatuuTreriallTconcTdedto bo the UtU TheBOBtOH Qloia aaysi Webster Is the acknowledged standard In lexicography. av The Atlanta CoainraMois sayst Webster has ToDgTeenWwstandarTaathCTltyln our office. The Chicago InUr Oeeaa saysi w.uter's " TJnaTJrTSgTTnaTalwajTbee'n the standard. The Wew Orleans Tutaa Daaocrat says : iVeb.ter Is standard auihoruyin our office. The Hew York Tribune says itisrecogniwd irino8fte7ulexI.Uns; "word book" of the English language all o?er the world. Sold by all Booksellers. Parnphl.t free. . k C. MIIUUAM CO., Pub'n.SprlBgneld, Mase. OMdwla,Tr7J( Ral.r, M.fh.t.l w. la.r a.t maa. yoairftaly fc.w UNn rrrai.li. aio a d.r .t fk Itart. and mt a, t.m r a. B.lbl.t.1, all affM. InaafpM.f Am.ria. J.a c.a .ooin....! liar, ai. Im. kll touf lima... aaafa aaonaata .nlv fa Oraat pa Utile far Ik. wuk. ill U Wl Mart Ta. Afralabla. tTarrwariar .rttiialivi EASILY, SHklilLTIaaratJ. ACTicutJjut nutc. aaiiM. at .., ilUSWI at M., rsiTuis, aaua. 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KtyHXHtOO lxll.hlpp4D WaatlngioaSt.lKxtoo.lIaaa. mtur. atan fra, II SI Vtm Book Rtaad, MdiIo Rland, Atla. Stand. Album STORCflXTURES, (OAtk for TERRY M'F'Q CO.. THL WEEKLY M cfHHmMRbrfie4ftlrmri.iitrwonl bj llllIlLWI Ufa I IM I" I I 1 memo, 70r eptn mIetdm4 entirely new We 'r?tt Year, 75c. 6 Months, 40c. No .flirting at Prayer Meetings.. (l.rvlMnn Journal, The Pre has no superior in New York. jfflAVMiLBEMi r HaaSlalaaPlalaKH K or All yeo lime t iki wrk Tble le aa fcrinr woaderfUl mm M Ttrr lertaeatft rt Mrnlne; from $U t per week ibd iiwtrds mi alter Unit eiMrUe.ce T Ma fumliti ta ike tm pleymtnt an 4 teeth Ko Kull UtWuatloa rKkk. iliJllIA, MllfcK. funleh Terrthlnr We tier, Ilia W I ni ) Ikoie MJ4I fce.en.lf, , reuKi r U, tad I Ibelr ,llfc'r aUMUtUi,wtrevariiM7llf An yu it X 4 Mexican mm ? Mustang Liniment. Cu1im. nashvillejenn. WMk. liea. Trl t BT ! Iern. 4erlt mn yoatUI wkr. ttt epaattarla kr TttUKtCO. V Cure for the Ailments of Maif . and Beast. . KENDALLS Till: IIUUT HY.MI'TOJIN OF DEATH One Lewistou mrl believes that prayer, meetings are not tho place for flirtations and pairing off. She has known what it is to expect one ortwo men waiting at the churoh door very Sunday night with the question whetlioror no he may go homo with her. She has determined to rid herself of both, and probably has. Sho went to the cake walk in Ljceum hail Saturday night, and during even-fo- g both asked permission to esoort her home. She said yes to both. They both waited for her on the landing, and when sho came down stairs she smiled and took on of each young .nan's arms. At first they hesitated a little, but then went down the iasl flight of stairs at a jerky gait. At the foot of the stairs they both let go her arm eud walked up Lisbon street, looking ngly at each other. She entertained them both with lively stories of tho Each evening's eutortainment. thoujht that the otlmr'would drop off ttho head of tho street' and he would THE PRESS Th'. Best and Oheapat Newspaper in America, Daily nnd Nuntluy, ono Irnr, 03.00 IPWifri Hie reach of all, nTpdHEJipi?rpj(pEi Published. Contains tho news of tho world nip to dato of publication ; Read-ir.-.- T Uattor lntorostintr and ln- iittruotlvo to every homo ; contrl- iutiona to Music, Bong-- Art, clonco, Atrrioulturo and and , Com-.morco rV9aaP.aaDaaaaaVaaai TIic 3Inat Hnccoasrul nemedrererdlicor. crrJ, as It U certain In Its effects and docs not bll.tcf. Ilcail proof below 1 " " O Dally only, oust Ycitr, " " four month. Nundny one Yen?, Wrekl) lrc one Your " ne month, " a.SO .49 3,00 1.00 a.oo l.oo Kendall's Spavin Cure. Pi. n. J. Km dill C0.1 dents-- It Is Willi tho greatest aatlafacllonthst I IriTorirt yuu that I linreciiril th. following dleaiict: Strreiier.Hhoiildcr Joint I.aiuencaa,HtlUo J.nnifucaH In .lolnt l.fiinriirftN. hhoc.lioll, cm Pure Coot. I am working l.nrornra. nnd will euro that all with Kcutlulla H,avlnt ure. It 1. the Iwit Llnlratnt fur man or tr.st 1 hnvecTer used. 1 recommend It tu ull hone owners. IIores that 1 hare worked on ar. rnlnable. hut without )otirl4ulment would bcworthlea. I Inrn friends who used It for Hprnlna and llrnlaesandcureilthem, Thersaylt la the best tl ry eter used. Yours truly, B. O, B. WKU.S. llli-.lnlut f Tjttuc ItocK, Ark , Aug. M, 1)0. Send lor Tho Press Circular. Samples free Agcuts wanted erywhere. Liberal commissions. Address, 38 Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parte of the body, sinking nt tho pit of the atonincli.loss of appetite, feverishness, pimples orsdres, nro all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it pnuv bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's Euglish Blood E ixir 1ms naer failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold under positive guarantee by Z. Way no Griflin & lira. pain reliever. lis use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one 1 requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. n This remedy has stood the test of t T , almost generations. years, ,. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle ofjv, long-teste- d well-know- ' Jiir-- Mustang Liniment. e '"' - ev- Pieliablo Market Reports. Park THE PRESS, SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! How.'S'ew York- - Kendall's Spavin Cure. Mo (fatavBeS Your Homes Happy. HHESHWMSES. Jea-A- .fc TIRRY M'F'Q CO.. N abhviu e. Tenn. V for catalogue. iui Hokto Vitro, Colo , Dec 31, im. Da. D. J. Ksjdill Co., Enotbursh 1 alia, Vt. Oenti-I- u th. year 1S31 1 treated with Kew'all BiTln Cure a llouo Hpn tin of set en y t ara t land. titR u.arly as laria at a hena ixg and complvtcty stppc4 the lameneu aud remored tho enlargo ment. nare worked the horse tery hard eter .liee.h. nerer has shown any lameness neither evo any uinerano. in mo sisojot toe nnra Yours truly, jr. B. COOLtsr. Samplo Copies and Premium XIat mailed free to any address. Agents wanted everywhere. Addroso IalUtta Cj.,Wo r til rrtBMtiavtl,ntffeaa, r ni. Lv Janna I au. .AuallaL. ai.4 J..e. Iloau, Tedclo.Ohlo. Tr. tesirn Oihereaitdninf aiweii nDf wv w m yrtiT ftonif tern nanlli. i.u a a rial Ika tsbrk aad II V fel (rrif, v, herertr ytM ir If be (iimerairf eeellr ftmlus lYtmflt Il04dar Allcnt. Weehow yen how nd uri 70a. t an wetk t epere llm tr ill ihe lime Blf laeatT Ht wcrk ere renew imrovi aeneaf iBeaa NI.W anit wtjaiAarful Parllflata fraa. f Occasions arise for its use almost every day, All druggists and dealers have it ? ii or orortlaltd.Maaa 4r brolt.n down liom orerwork or household icbollds th. ajiwm, aids dliestlou, rtmnres of tile, aud i urts malaria. Get tlio genulna ilpuisujlle $ommer;ial, LoulBvIllo Man Persons "" Brown ' Iron Bitters Kr Trie $t ptr btitlt, or 1 la (of(I for S3. Ml druggttlt hate U or tan get it for you, or U ieilt bt tent to any ad. drett on reeetpt price by thopropri- DR?B. J. KENDALL CO., Eaeebiirsh Falls, Vermont. tf RROWH'S MOV BITTERS Vanklll.w ISIiwatl. ...s Tl., N.rTOUSIICB.. auu UIJIICIUI wuun,,Oenulue dans recommend It. AlldeaVtsselllt. wrapper. aud crossed rod Unea 011 as tra.o mark Oartalndljostlon, lllllousness, Dytpepsl. Mala. at.l . Z,ADIBS Heeding a tonle. or children that want bulldlst up. should take DROWlt'l I HON BITTKRS. cures Malaria, It I. iileaaant to take, All dealer, keep Indtfe. It. Uqd, nnd lillloiuueii. i FOR CHILIS flrFtVERaBlLlOU SNKS PRICE HEADACHE AND A LL MALARIAL DISORDERS.. CENTS FOR 5AIE IY U. .DRlrttim, , M,'r , f KfAIEIty RICmiU5TAYLMED.Ct,ST.L0UtS MO. - SUREUIIRE DOCTOR TAYLORS JB .'1 . u 50 r "4 ! ,,V .2 ' r a''t Jv, L.'. '. . Z - . . Ufcyt TiilV' .' i"lli. i.f.. ! rdl