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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TER.,5-,- 1,25 Fir Annua, Is Adunce, REPUBLICAN $1.25 per year. Knffl VOL. IV. BILL HARTF011D, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,5 1892. snake bites themselves, ami tho whiskey ring is 11 tremendous power in the nation, and so I have despaired of reforming the people by myself and have concluded to go along mid preach the gospel and leave mankind to the Lord who made them." And the good old man gave a sigh and went NO. 27. q my lineal decendants were nt tho H. Wcinsheimcr JOTTINGS. 75 PROFESSIONAL CARD. bottom of it all. Captain Phil Byrd, Charles Ellis 75 (loiernnr 3". Ed-wiI. V. llrrmii Tho Pooplo Running Crazy of the Hustler, had better mind how Some Pungent Paragraphs R. D. Wulker TZottt-73 M. :. Alford Lieutenant Inrernur ho attaches the Arp family to his Willie Moore on Societies Spending ATTORNEY AT LAW, llendley 72 Secretary ofHtule by a Wide - awako W.J. Ilendnck Attorney llcncral company. It has been forty-siJohn May years Monoy Pastor Than 70 HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY, Correspondent. DO Norman Ati'lltur sinco I helped to tako the clapper John E. Bell They Make It. Henry Hate Treasurer Jaa.v.aL'xv. j.,, , rr.Mi. 1. It. Hxnniio out of the college bell ami hoist n ltptfltTf l.nn. (nii c , Manifestly it is safer to commit A. M Smith Sz "Wedding-- , J. (Iron Adjutant lleneial billy goat into the tutor's room, and murder than mi other crime in Amer- James Sandcrfur. . There ppcris to hou jinwcr (il'ttrik B. I'. Thomson Supt. I'uhlle Intriielioti on his way. A. Addinn now the sins of my youth nro being ica. Last in tironiitl thin miniiiier, coniiilurinje l'lerl year there were 5,000 Clarence Field I! I'nllc Jidmii HARTFORD, KY. M.lic Printer And I met James Gilhreath, an- vented upon me in the devilment of murders and the hnnl tiiiic-"- , nnd 1 liuvti thought trial? 111 the United P. L. Berkshire... (Oinp, rwer Amltraon'a llamar.) my children and grandchildren, and States and 123 legal thnt tiinylic nil this 11111 to anil fro other gootl man ami a good indusWillie Collins Will priietlcii ? csI executions, or Bir.ssror.'r. Ohio hiuI ncljolnlny eountlea, nnil couit of Ariieala. linthuiiiutliini' to tlo uith the hunl trious citien he is, and he too, be. the stnto and govenorund the legis- one in forty. Thcro were 1'JJ) execu- Samuel Hesson... Skciii attention to criminal prattiee and the 1th Mnnda) In May Cln nil Court (mention times. It ilun't cost fi nnieli to travel longs to tho Alliance and is tlcsper-ate- lj lature and my wife are. responsible tions by Judge Lynch; in a'l, both R. A. Wcsterficld. wnuj iid.Swlnlr. I.lM.itho ImlK in earnest nnd he said tho bot for it. But it's all right I reckon, legal ...tne.Nne hut theie is alwi)n some fixing up to Frank Bishop Alloraey I'.iiiiinonueillh's f,3 nnd illegal, 318. iTano.es This is tho ' llaidwick UlerL "SorJ I" llairill tlo hcltirc hnnil,uinl that eoila money. tom was about to drop out of farm- - ami all's well that end's well. Commissioner 53 explanation of the growth of Moboc-rac- D. A. Westerfmld My folks told me last Miintnrr that 'ng as a business, for everything ho row cndiireth for a night, lint joy 53 If our courts arc for the pro- John S. Vaught i' ,Mc.rV;n r the exctirrions to .St. .Simon's nnti raised wa below cost of production. comcth in tho morning," HARTFORD, KY. Altoin.jr tection of ciiininals, then they are a D. Foster lcoll 52 Clerk..." i Will Hin llollrmil hack was only $(!, ami the eli'ild'en Said he: "Hero I've got a carload of liU profession In Ohio and OTujInr Bin, Ant'. Mierirl John Lawton f,o success. Inn eourt of Appeal., hpocia I lomson Jailer wheat right here iu town for sale and routtroiifcncithe 1st Monday in each inonlli. hail never seen the ocean, nml it 50 attention sin-- (Mollo-- t nn. Last year, 241 persons were killed R. T. Collins SHI LOU'S COUGH and ConOffice north 3lde public riiAro. QTT.A.Zl'SaSXHS CO U 117. -all I can get is 77 cents a bushel, and did look like uc could alliird that Harry Roberts ,o ti jT sumption Curo is sold by us on a in the United States by highwaymcn. Court convenes Hie 3rd Monday in January, .April, July inill tolier. and oulit to cmhrauo the I've kept an account fair and square jrtiarnntee. It euros consumption Showing how little fear the criminal George May 47 E.D.flOFFY. 1I.D.HINGO. Court at Claims. and it cot me over eighty cents to Sold bv Z. Wiivno Griffin & Bro. golden opportunity. And so I o-uff- sr 40 to Eing-o- , Conn liejiina Hie let .Monday in Oi'IoIm r .ml classes have, even of tho highest pen- G. D. Westcrfield Intiuaiy. and irepaied my linances riuu it, and my cotton is worse than 44 alties of the law. Tlmt these phases Ab. Yeiser Tho Tariff in tho Bible. coTitrc. lor the Sti ajnece ami two or three that, and I've worked harder lal 31 Justice's courts held inMnrih, June, heptcmler of lawlessness prevail as they do all L. C. Brown A writor in tho Intor-Ocoand KeeaniU'r, as per ilitli opKlith niiinea. days hoard, hut they stayed ten year and this, than I ever did in my Martin Collins 31 V Turner, n, 4 .l. 4, tho statement that there is over me country is a mntter ot prolife, mid I tell you Major Arp there is dayes nnd what with all the prelimi.1, .1. "S ""J n"a " ''"X"1 attended llnlli. 20 ij McKiiulle), 4,.l, found regret and concern. The only iiias. WcstciiieJd llaiaar, .:, nhy. "" fl '"'T Andcrson-- '"'lnea ra 71y Tii)lori'iiiii nary fixings, I never pit over the po use in talking, something has got no rolferenco to the tariff in tho Henry Nnll 05 remedy is in the reform of our crimiT It, 10, III, If. If. golden opportunity nod the strain for to be done for the fanners 77 cents Book of Hooks, says: A.n Kkimii, 14, IS, M. . 14. James Thomas J8 l, ontuMt-I, 'I. II. The word Tariff may not bo in the nal laws nnd the elevation of tho ju- Ivn Nail six months, Jlut Mis. Arp declares won't grow 11 bushel of wheat in this , 10 :, I, 1. I. diciary. Let the people demand these Bible, nor tlo I think you could huuiWrs, .1, i, t . it wild wrth it, and she wouh'eut country." r'.islflLI t. J ATTORNEY AT LAW, Stella Thomas jo (J W Pa) ue constable. things. mind going again this summer if I Carrie Warner Just then a carpenter came along readily find tho word Methodist JSTST. 87 fl'eir) lleiinett.T, II, 7, 7 In Kentucky last year, there were It i(.H 'IW llrmlrr, 0, t, i, 6. MsHft.sa. had the money to spare, which I and said: "Well I'm glad to hear there. However if you road tho Annie Hawkins 8G rajlor constable. you two legal executions for crime, while Ida M. Duke havn't and never expect to have that wheat has come down. I hope ninth chapter of Matthew 32. TZ. ""Tedding-- , (Ml. Klllkl raon. 1.', II. II. tl. 85 I. Woodward. II. II. II. II. Rs.srtar. may Do convinced that custom thero were 11 persons executed by Oraa Westerfield again now we will get Hour a little cheaper. eo W lluwu constable. 83 mobs, and yet Kentucky is a law and WM siulry, II.H', I'm getting mighty tirctl paying S3 n houses existed in the time of tho Sallie Quiseubery Old Dr. Kirk says that "thc.--c ex82 10, p, a, order Stale, and proudly boasts of rmu, JillV Jiter, ronitalite.a, I W Verda Duke Miller cursions ami conventions will hreak hundred for flour," and he hurried on Savior, ami that tho choso Matthew, 80 being n good Christian Common(Office In Crowder Building.) Rachie Sanderfur the country, ami that nohody can to his work. And so Mr. Kditor, I whom ho found ''sitting at the re80 wealth. Are not the defects of the i1'!1 l,rofl?n In all the courts of Lura Williams stand it hut the negroes. I'allrr Court. And here don't know what to do. I would fix ceipt of custom," for his first disci79 Public "JJolnlnK counties. Alio Aotarr laws, and negligence iu their execuY2n22fy it all right if I could. I would ple. A learned Methodist minister Nola Her they go and there they go, like 11 tid79 tion by officials, the main causes that niTi hm.- -j J Mit iieii, juJiies h ! 'I a) tor, marsh il. . , Etta Thomas matters ss that every man long ago sent me the following, dler's elhr.w, the lawyers to C'olum-bu- s 78 N C Daniel, Judges J encourage both criminals and mobs? 3M Xj. marshal, Mabel Hubbard and the doctors to'AtiL'iHa, and could sell high and buy low; bull which 1 copy: 77 J IAM'oii,Ju.liti-- ; Jss A llolliiiit, What is to be the result? roiMvuti. ATTORNEY AT LAW, marshal. Emma Williams "Some 0110 asked his disciple if the etlitors to Xcw York, and the don't see my way clear, nnd so like 77 Ilsarroan. A II Ilalrd, Judge; T V Thomi, Hartford, with nil of her advan Corinno Cox LTncle Simon I'eter, 1 believe I will tho Master paid tribute. inirslisl. When His dentists to Atlanta, and the Royal 77 r.carear. Klrkia Iteiil, Judge. tages, with all her public buildings, WUIpractlcehhprofciolonlnAllthe Cruw.ler, JiiJe; Courts of ..isr.-- H Arcanum to .Savannah, ami the Ma- give all people my benediction and disciples came to Him Ho gave them &allaTJrawrord 7G Ohio and ndjolnlng counties, and in iearli4l. house, nnd nil the county offthe Court of Mamie Reid sons to Macon, ami the conductors to leave these troubles with the Lord, this question: 'Of who.! do the court Appeals. Special attention itiven to collection. 75 Office, first door atove the Ilnnk. Oilier t'omity Ofllrrra. But the.--e youngsters don't care a kin'3 of earth receive tribute, of icers, mills, hotels nud college, is, Emma Fair 49 1T Oainsville, and the tehool teachers to 75 perhaps, nearer without government Ida Render II Wil.on .. 75 i V Parri.ll Hriitisuick, and the military to about the price nfllour nor the Third their own children or of strangers?' UIMJ.rr O A"x-- r than any town of its importance in Laura Render e ..Jiie II Itinera C'hiekrtinaugH, and the N lnol 74 to Party, nor wheie the money is to Thev sav to Him: 'Of strangers.' . ..J W llraJle) I nreniT the State. No police, no patrol, no Aunie Fogle Salt Spring, and miiiic innie editois come fiom. They have about run ' Ho replied: Then are the children 71 watch by day nor night, 110 one au- Mamie Ross to Chicago, and the college hoy anil away with the country. 70 free." s thorized to disperse mobs, quell riots, Artie there is to he another ban-bal- l college girls c very here in Hiiail-,an- d Beunctt.. mutch 70 thlril nii.l n. K. 4'lillrrli.Houlli.-Servie- ea It was Ben Johnson, wo believe, arrest the drunken or preserve the Ella Cox G8 and game. They hao had thice this. fcnrthSinxl i In arli tnutith. rialiliatli.aihol at then there are the Odd who when asked Matlock's question, public peace and order. Why is it Susie Bowman. . VuMrnk ettt) MiinUy inominK. Her. K. K. Knights of Honor anil 68 Knights of wccKand because 1 slip around the I'llr.l'ailur. thus? Fannie Render.. Ktnr IliiiitNl I'lmrrh. emcea moml Zinnia) Pythias and Knights of Lalmr and back way and get in the back mound "Is !ifu wort1' i,s 1'ving?', replied, 67 amf Min la). .al.luth'Mlinnl i'ery tin) Hartford is greatly in need of an Mattie Bennett.. And iiuirninxat Vo'ilwk. Iter J. S. Culeinaii, l'ator. Knights of deiico and Seylln and mid look on they say I'm in favor of!' tlmt depends on the liver." 67 fourth t'lmrch.-riH'drat C P. each tnnriHi e"HallKilli.aoliml ami9 nV'litck Charyhdw, and the hat hall learns it, but I ain't. If they wouldn't play ,5e" ,o!' doubtless saw the active, wakeful, watchful police to Susie May 59 Ht bunHat in inornlns Re? . tl. II. Mi'lnal I'm1. eer that arc all on the go somewhere ami I wouldn't go; I don't want to see double point to the pun. The liver protect the life, liberty and property Edna Griffiu 58 M. I., fhnrch, (eol ) erK'e eery l at a x. herides all these there's a hig lot of IXilton, or Cedarlown or Maiietta act.vo nl(rht. quick lifo rosy, overything of her people, to disperse illegal as- Mabel Kimbley . 58 K.V.(.lia I'jlta, I'a'lnr OFFICE OVERBED FRONT mul 57' Alplin nnptlal, (eol.) 'vriioea firt lioul women ami girl and fancy fellers come up here ami heat our hoy., and hrirht, mountains of trouble melt semblies, preserve order and insure Mary Miller alilmltiH( tlilt'l unila) liiariun tiiU lilillit the peace and tranquility of society. Maude Sanders . I dip around to do a little vieiting the springv, and a heap of so holleriu' liko mountains of snow. Tho liver 53 Ito'rlu'li . ;.t J J.lli nuns I'arlur Is prepared to do all kinds of lifo dull, everything blue, Why arc the juveniles, who ought to Belle Hesson them dance ami cnnihle anil drink and eick the boys on. The boys sluggish 50 Dental work at reasonable prices. be nt home holding on to their moth Nettie Bennett nun carry on soaniiaiou-- , anil a lieap ought not to lead mi old man into molehills of worry ;se into 49 v of them don't, hut it all ciwts money, They can't play nohow. tains of anxiety sand as a result sick ers npron strings, permitted to con- Llva Morton 49 on the streets and mnKc night Aenia Mnssie A. J. SLATON. M. D.. 41 and our young men haven't got it to I hey don t hit one lull in ten, but headache, dizziness, constipation. gregate Enola Westerfield 25 hideous with yells and screams? we iited to knock the old town ball a Two ways arc open. spare, and they come homehioke and Cure perma-nentl- v, & Lida Morton 21 Hartford has withiu her gates, Minnie Bell don't lay up a dollar, ami they can't quarter of a mile, and it we ever or relievo temporarily. Tako of .Millwood, now locate 1 at l.citch-liel21 offer hi aernces to tho people marry, for they have'nt got anything mied one we were caught out be- a pill and suffer, or take .1 pill and many noblo young gentlemen nud la- Mary Klein 20 (IraysoiiAndiidJoininireointies. Office in Ami the gills me Justus get wtdl. Shock the system by an dies, who have left their rural homes Faunie Ham 13 to marry on, hut they imih and go hind sure Iladen prope'rtr.) xj 12 and pareutal roofs, to setk un educa- Lizzie Sclmpmire home and hrag iilmut it. Why there cra.y aliou: tennis. They play all overdose, or coax it by a mild, pleasCLASS DISTINCTIONS. tion in our noble College. the shank of the nftcietioon and ant way. To these, are hoys in all of these towns that are (Sea f ainlogae, paga IS.) T. 6c Co., clerking orwoiking for thirty or forty sometimes don't gdback 111 time to Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pollets are Hurtford is under the highest obliga- Z. H. Shultz 96 tion not only to protect their Jives, dollars a month, and it takes it all fix the table for supper, and my wife the mild means. They work effectlll.TWKKN L. R. Barnett 95 95 LOUISVILLE and MEMPHIS, for clothes and huggy rides nnd ex- has got Jo going down town most every ively, without pain, leave tho sys- but also their virtue, sobriety and W.H.Barnes FredorlcaSlictt Owcnsboro, Ky. morals. Shall they return to their cursions nnd they nre not laying up a evening for a spool of thread or some- tem strong. One, '"ttle, sugar-coat- ed SECOND DISTINCTION. with homes demoralized, with their homes L. M. Render dollar, and the old man is kept thing, and I've just found out, she 93 SECRET ORDERS. pellet is enough, although a with their lives PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, , 92 debased by the forma- R. E. Lee Simmerman howed down and hard run to help slips over to the tennis court to sue wholo vial costs but 25 cents. KHO.M AND TO A. L. Coke. 90 tion of evil habits? the young folks play next thing I them along, and it is ClieroMrtxnell Camp, No. 35, Deparlmeat f J. L. Elmore i.oiiHViM.i:,n:MiiiiN,vi'iNiit'nu wrong, ami the hoys all wrong, all know she will be playing football. 93 Mild, gentle, soothing and healing Kentucky, mentaat llarltord,Ky.,ccondSturday Hartford has a municipal govern ought to put op W. H. Rhoads iiatu itiMu:.niiii .m:wikm:at. 91 iu each month nt r. m. She takes lides with the children and is Dr. S.tgo's Catarrh Remedy. ment, owe it to her people at Lome, btella Ihoraas tin Menillla. hrakes and stop it." 90 C. M. IUikett, Captili, says they ought to have some sport Only .0 cents; by druggists. Jn. L. Itowr, Bergeant. on the street?, nud in nil her social, And the good old doctor cime PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. The Quick and Desirable Route m m public gatherings, to protect them down with liiscano hard on the hrick; while they are young something to Whooping Cough and MISS KATIE C00MII3, TEAIIOllEIt. Croup, TO NIi KltOM J&.. IS. look hack to when ihey get old and and juit nhout this lime old Uncle Bronchitis immediately rolieqed by from the encroachraeuts of all incivil-ties- , Laura Morton Nc York riilliu'elptiiu lUltinioro 100 J. Will GoixilL Post, No. 8, Department at full of care mid troublo. "It has Shiloh's Curo. At Z. W. Griffin & marauders nnd roughs, i'o do Lily Bell TTitiililnRtun Norfolk Olil 1'oint C:iilort Simon Peter enme along and took up 100 Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'elook KirliHimirl llntl'alo Clevoliind l.cltclifield, Ky. this, ortlcr must bo preserved on the Mary Bozarth 100 r. v., In the buhject as the doctor left off am) been forty years," says she, "since I Bro.'s Drug Storo. Toledo ChicHRii Iii(llnniiioli P.S. IlRcmi.Com. Cincinnati IjoiiUvMIu streets, so all, especially Indies, may Minnie Schapmire 100 said: "Yes they have got too ninny had time to enjoy such things, for S.A.McSHMT.AdJ. Nebraska Eoho. Lena McCrocklin 100 Enstorn and Northoastorn Points societies, nud I used to hens hig fool there was always a baby in the way feel perfect'y secure while persuing a Mr. G. D. Bennett cashier of tho did Memphis Vickuburg lUton Rouro 99.2 I'atiTOK Morton Tost No. 4, Departmentof KenI am goin, when I feel like their duties. How can these ends be Ora Miller New Orlenni' Motile l.lltlo ltook Hot us anybody and jincd every one that and.now Mary Schapmire 99.4 tucky, meets every Saturday before the second Savings Bank at Tecumseh writes, secured without a well executed City Lulu Rowe Spring" xnii points In Wet Twnnes-ap- o canio along the Masons ami Sons of it." at 99.2 Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. in the have effectually removed two Government? Tcxns ArkntiH9 .MUliiiii Temperance, anil Bible J. C. Ciunbirlix, l. C. Bessie Rowe Well let her go. I don't caie. 'I 99.1 Hartford, Ky. societies mid J. M. Ilisuor, Adj. J.oni.iuiiA mul tku Smith nnd bad bog spavins with two applica99.1 I don't know how mniiy more, anil Let her renew her youth, as Milton Hartford, with her three churches, Rhoda Chapman HOUTHWJiST. tions, each of Quinn's Ointment." Lily Thomas 99 what with preaching and trnvliug nnd says. She ought to have n pension her college, her Temple of Justice, her Louie Johnson 99 This remedy bus the indorsement of Tliu lire is thoroughly equipped and in the conference anil all the societies I right no as u Confederate widow; county officials, her Bank, her river, Annie Collins 99 s condition, and provides tin excel-las- t the best Breeders of Kentucky. but she is spoiling thee childten. end her agricultural and mineral sur- Mazie Thomas 98.9 nrrunsemciit in time nnd through cars like to have never got acquainted i When I came home from Missouri I 98.2 with my family, for I was out some A vkatcke la tlio time hiuI convenience roundings, should be a happy, a re- Edith Carson The Red Necktie. Isabelle Cox by the Limited Kxprei-- Trains. where every night; nnd one lectired 98.3 D. trolt Fieo I'naa.J ligious and prosperous people. day my inquired I'm Carl, and she said he But Oki.y a jfitinT's RlliK between Louisville 98.1 He stood before a Woodward av-a- ud alas! nlas! her government. How de- Mary Hardwick wife saw a notice in tho newspaper was at Chickamauga with the militaDora Bell nnd Menipliis, ntd the best nnd quickest 98 enuo haberdasher's window, is that;" said I. ficient! "He What nuisances nro per- Doffio Hoover ervlco between tliu two cities over ollcrod. that there was n new society just ry. "How 97 A KATir&AX. UUIST TOE Ticket", Tlme.TaWea ami all itealreil informa96,4 come for tho protection of henqieck-c- d didn't belong to any company." "Xo anyone with half an oye could see mitted to disgrace our town in the Rosa Thomas ae. ureil by nppl Iiik to W. tion '. !. 96.2 Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Hysterhusbands mid she called my at- said she, "hut ho went over to Home that ho wrestled with a mighty pasclumps of idlers which obstruct our Bessie Fair Acent Mt nemer Hum, or Marietta Tally 96 ics, St. Titos Dance, Nerroasness, W.B.FroutT.Gen'l Pais, AztnLoniiTille, St. tention to it and askeiTif I hadn't bet ami Captain Byrd took him in on the sion. His eyes were riveted upon streets both day and night. Laura Bozarth 95.2 Hypochondria, Melancholia, In tho tla..ling display like the eyes of ter join it and run for president; nnd tin! cud of his company, and borrowThe grippe shows no signs of abate- Laura Schapmire 94.2 ed u uniform nnd I let him go. He the anaconda upon its prey. For a ment iu Europe. It U sweeping over Lulu Hoover ebrlty, Sleeplessness, DizI.OI'IHVII.I.K, NT. I.4IVIN A TV.X. R. II. thnt put me to thinking, and I quit 94.2 94 for a while, until it occurred to mo hnsgecn studying very hard, you moment his frame ziness, Brain and Spitrembled with England with increasing virulence. Tilly May LouisTille, St. Louis & Texas Railway. 94 not long ago that I could do some kuow and needed a rest." Well and emotion. He hesitated; and the It is increasing in France, where the Josio Ham nal Weakness. tulu Mundy 92.3 good by joining the Alliance and I had twogiandsons up there, milipassing throng gathered round to number of deaths is large, It is milder Mamie Aultmire 92.1 CCIIKlllll.i: IN r.lTIXT NOV. I, 1191. This medicine has direct action upon helping them to reform thewoild and tary boys right fresh from Auburn see him fali, sinco "ho who hesitates but shows no signs of abatement in Rosa Aultmire 91 savo the country, ami so I joined, and College, and they got into tho com- is lost.' absent the nerve centers, allaying all IrritabilitieiJt't no! it sho'Uil not ho Germany or Austria. Iu Belgium a Effie Render .No. 81, No. S3, s,-and increasing .tbsent of nerve fluid. It Istho flow and power WKtrilOUitU. I've been talking to thorn about whis- pany, too, and wanted to lest mid so saitl that one of the proud line of very large number of cases has culmi- Nannie Quisenbury Illy. 1'ftil). perfectly harmless Christeana Petty absent tod leaves no unpleasant effects. 7:45 n. mk 0 IS p. in. key nnd tobacco ami extravagance I acquiesced and ruminated, mid Squeers should yield to baso temptaI.r. Lnuiai ille nated in insanity. In tho United Stella Warner absent Weatl'ulnt .lln.m. 7.91 p. in. nnd corruption at Washington, biit sung my old song: "Sorrow endureth tion 'A VnliMble lloott ioon Nerrona States, Its concomitants are largely Willie Gillespie tbtisly. The inner man tri100 FREE uiftciMO. bcmi iroocab vij aanress. 0.17 a. in. 8.07 p. in. Ilnindenimrg and oor paU.nu alto obtain '.'.44 n. in. sa7p. in. my ideas don't eecm to bo popular, for n night.but joy conieth in the umphs over tliu outer and Archibald pneumonia, Uila tntHlltlne free of cliarz. Iningtnn 99 broncjiitis and heart Montio Westerfield Thla mmsrivha lieen DreDarari bytha ItaTerand Sti'plit'ii'port ln.il a. in. tl.il p, in. ami they sny my views nro all right, morning." Jim Hardwick 98 Faator Koeni. of 1'ort Wayne, lnd, slue, una, and Montgomery SqueoH proudly draws failure. Uluierport ln.4la.ni. U.4U p. in. Karl Pate 97 UnowiiraptrtaundermaiUrecUoa urtb. but they are impracticable. There 11:11 a. in. 10 10 p. in. HaweHtllle Well it didn't cost n cent for the up his manly five feet of frame, Marviu Pate KOENIG MEDXCO., Chicago, III. 96 Lewiapml Ui.Ua.iii. 1o:ii p.m. nro 8900,000,000 spent in a year lor state footed the hills, and the boys turns abruptly on his heel and walks Hartford College Roports. Clarence Casebier 96 OHenilHiro U: 1C p. m. 11:11 p. in. SoldbyDratEltUatSlperBotU. OfiorV& whiskey, and SGOO.000,000 for tobac- say they had a splendid time, never away. Ho had resisted the fatal seQuarterly report of the general 1.01 p. in. ll.M p in. Davy Miller rpotlitille 96.6 Xarr Hlo, SMS. 0 Bottles for 10. 1:U p. 111. 12g,i a. in, co, and Ar. Hemleraon 8100,000,000 wasted 111 95 of the students of tho Collegiate Marshall May had as much fun in nil their lives. ductiveness of tho red necktie. 95 No. 62, No. 64, salaries, ami if tho AlliDepartment of Hartford College and Jtmmie Nance Two of them belled n cow mid rode her Daily. Daily E8T HOUND. 94.4 Walter Pate ance would just come down like nn bake backed through tho camp one THAT HACKING COUGH can Business Institute, for the Second Joe Miller 95 7:13 n. 111. 3: 1'iji. hi. I.. lleiiuVraon bo so quickly cured by Shiloh's Curo. Term, ending Jnn. 18, ;892. Maxi- Iko Sanderfur 7H7, 111. 3 37 p. in. avalaiicho upfjn theso three things evening, and never got iu the guard 93,2 11 n. in. 4. 4) p. in, and save that 81,000,000,000 n year, house for it. Only had to do double Wo guarantee it. Sold by Z. W. mum, 100; minimum, 0. We desiro James Nelsou One l.i'Hiro 93.2 & Bro. 9 via. in. A (Up. m. Lewiapurt all that money would be put into guard duty for two days, that wasn't Griffin ...93.1 tluit every patron of tho College shall Nemer Miller tt.3.1 Ilnneaville in. i10p,iir Lyman Williams 93.2 In 01 receive it copy of these reports. Cloierpoil in. 0 A7 p in, uteful and profitable industries, nnd nothing, thoy said. A new company Dr. Fenncr's golden, relief is 93 Guy Williams 10 2Hu, 111, 8. J p. in, Stcplii'iiport it would bo scattered uniong the peo- fiom the wiregrnss got there ono Z. II. Shultz 90 to relievo toothache, head93 Obtained, and all VAlt.ST blslAts at U.oJn, in, 7.03 p, in, Clarence Barnett IrvlnRlon lendtd for ple nnd make everybody comfortablo night nhout Ion o'clock, ami the U:'."J a. in, 7:11 p. in, 95 Pcnlie Casebier llriimlenlMirg ache, neuralgia, or any other pain in L. R, Burnett 93 opposite totho I)HODEHAIt: ri'CSmid Out officenilIs can a. I'alviit Ofllce. Vt 0; p, in. 8 0.1 p. in, Wet l'olnt nnd happy, and tho farmers wouldn't 95 Wayne McGeo 93 lo.ll I'alcnla III Ivm tlino than llinae leinnto from found out they were pretty grceu 2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises, wounds, William II. Barnes 00 p, m, o.M p. in, UASIIIMIOX Sena UUUKI , IWAWIAU of Ar. I.ooIatIIIo 92.2 HIUTi) of in cnl ion We adtise as lo patent need any Why if they mid met them at Iho deprt and wiro cuts, swellings, bites, burns, L. M. Render 93 Lee Nelson ami Taalna No. 81 anil No. Si inuka vonneiliun at will just tackle tho whiskey alone ....91.2 abilil) fm-o- halveIt St.lviemake.MJ II1AHUK 1A.A.-VI.Khlt 93 Clayton Bozarth nnd marched them a mile away and summer complaints, colics, (alfo in J. L, Elmore nnd leferenccs In 91 Irrlnelan (Sunday excepted) trltli trains on l.nula. Toi riiri.mr adrice, ter. Cleveland Nelsou aelual clleiita in )mi own state. Cmaily, Lily or 02 McDonald Howard illle, Ilnr linnt'iirtr & Weitern II. II., east ami stop every still nnd nil importation of drilled and doublo quicked them for hoises),tliarrhaa, dysentery and flux. It. E. Lee Simmerman 91 iowii, write in wait Ixnnd. For furllier Infonnatlon, aJdre spirits our courts would mighty nigh two hours just as though they had If satisfaction not given monoy re- William II Rhoads 91 Manniug Howard 90 II. 0, MOHDUK, Oen. IVr Ax't. Oalift fulfill lillne Tiwajuflfon. U It 90 dry up for wnnt of business, and our orders to do it. They cat up nil of turned. For sale by L. B. Bean. 90 Otis Swain A. L. Coke Loiilarilla, Ky. 89.8 jails would bo empty 11111' our taxes their own rations nud stole every, 81 Ronda Miller Ira Bozarth 24-- Jt andWhlAayHtblt 89.3 Elmore Ham m TO TUB HLOD, bo reduced, fifty or seventy-fivcared at bono wlih. L. N. Bums 80 Davy Render per body clsu's that were not under lock '.digestion sad 89 Wemkoaae, Malaria, out pain. Book of par. Happy and content It a home with "The Xo BiUonsni 80 John Massie cent. But tho Alliance can't see it, nnd key. ucuuraacnt FREE. They kept the wholo cheiter; a lamp with the Hchtof toe moraine. Joe Bozarth 03 v.. ?6WN IROK BITTBI . for thoy want u liUleXaonietliing Tor camp in' un uproar and I'm afraid Ctalogues,write Rochester Lamp Co., New Vork. Robert Nelson 77 Jim Matsio 56 It ewes quietly. For sals by all dealer In WWMhU f. taedlclM r in j itnulae. n x -, State Directory i loan. llii'lrprnfoa-lonliiallllieeour- jn-u- covirnr coxvs. j ..SmittL, Attorney at Law. prai-tl- 1 ;vsr:cs'c Attorneys at Law. a aii iuif Hart-lor- Hll-ul- (ttldn-Mtllir- Perry Westerfield Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, tf ,. :CTr!r. 1 Roslue, KLyHeavrin, ge r..rll. Hartford, Ky. II- -- Legi-latur- WPfII Siz.z3s wsr.anir. DENTIST. Kil.lmlli-aolioo- .... inoun-teniptati- on, Physician urorc-sion- Surgeon, 9m DENTISTS,! Sens cf Veterans. 1 H. Taller Q. Court-Hous- court-hous- e (Irst-lii8- E Bgfef Sgifi l av-cr- rgc Soolli-vlll- e H 11. 11. war-ren- ted ls 1 I f MHyMinKil OQSIH e 4 Hartford Republican rnnutnrD nvunv Friday morning. '. .11. nAHXF.TT. f K.llloi- - Kn.I 'm rli ton. T 18112. " "lTlUAY7KEliUUAHY Do tint fnil to rend Jottings on first page. Rf.v. C. H. Si"Urokon, the world's greatest preacher, is dead, Democrats opposed to the Hill. (lorinaii'Hrire combine, feeling that Clevolanil U out of the question, nre talking of Senator Carlisle as their candidate for the Presidency. Tin: next Republican State Convention will meet in Louisville, March .'50, to choose delegates from the to thu National Republican Convention nt Minneapolis, June 7. State-at-.Lar- thn payment of this dollars, nil instrument called n licenso is issued to the applicant. This license tfives tho holder .no absolute right to sell liquor anywhere, in tho United States; it conies in contact with no Stnte law, in mat to extend pretend ft does not right to sell in opposition to any State authority; it merely exempts the man who has tho license from the penalty of Federal law in case ho does sell.. That is if he hold such license and sell liquor in a town, county or State in which such sain i prohibited by State law, he is net liable to indictment in the United Slates Court, but only in a court of the State in which the oflcnsc is committed. Hut everyone holding government license is required by law to keep the samo hung or tacked about the walls or some conspicuous part of his place ury, and on hvcnty-fi- vc Wi: call attention to the article dolShould n man give twenty-fivfrom the Louisville ('itmincicinl found lars to the cause of Christianty, n year The Commercial it would be presumed that he did it in another column. is the best paper published south of from a sense of duty and for tho purthe Ohio river, and this aiticlc is only pose of maintaining the gospel nt ti sample ol the excellence of its cdi home or abroad; should ho give tniial page. Read it. dollars to somo public entere twin-ty-livc of buines. Tiunti: is little doubt that other men are selling whisky in Hartford than those who have government license. In view oi this fact, one of Uncle Sam's sprightly secret service trappers would icceive a cordial welcome from all citizens. He would find plenty of game whether he Miceeeded in bagging any or not. law-abid- ing Tun Superintendent's oflicc is in leceipt ol a beautiful map of South America from the hands of Miss (racie Howard, a charming little 12 year old lassie of Fordsvillc. Several good mnps have iiImo been received from the students of the Crow school, Mr. I. C. Hoover, teacher. Let the boys and girls of other Districts send in their work. In view of the recent tirade of bombastic bosh about boodlers, it is wcll.to remember that about A. D. 1888 one Grover Cleveland put 610,. 000 into the Democratic Presidential Corruption fund in order to secure his own and it now comes with miserable grace from the worshipers of this prince of boodlers to tear their unholy throats over Republican corruption. n failure of the first thing he attempted to do in Senator Him. made the Senate. He made a vicious fight against the nomination of L. G. Rathbun, to be Postmaster of Elmira, New York, but with how much effect mny be judged from the fact that the Senate committee on l'ostoflices has favorbly reported the nomination , which makes it practically certain that it will be confirmed. Tin: Finance Committee has by unanimous vote favorably reported a joiut resolution authorizing the President to invite the government of such countries ns he may deem advisable to join the United States in a conference for the purpose of securing permanence in the relative value of gold and silver at a common coinage ratio, providing for the enlarged monetary use of silver, and for giving it equal mintage rights with gold. Tim Kit wouls were never opoken than when the Iiukjienikiit, a religious Keenly, said: "Tc.-te-d by any standard which we apply to men in private life, Benjamin 'Harrison is a notable example of our best civilization, and his Administration is worthy of the man." His Administration will go to record as one of the ablest, e'eanest and most patriotic in the history of the The people understand Republic. this, and no amount of misrepresentation by the Democratic press can drive them from him. Wiiatuviiu the ignorant masses of Chili may think of the power of the United States those in power in that country know how great it is and saw instantly that they had dallied us long as it was safe. It is now only a question of official details before the matter will be happily for all concerned finally disposed of. This country is to be congratulated that it escaped war, and the Chilu short but co'-tlian government is to be congratulated because H had the good sense to decide in favor of Chill's retaining its place on the map of South America. the new DuitiS'd the (liiciiriiiig Reed in rules in the House, defending the i ulcs of the last House inude the Democrats wince by telling them in his inimitable drawl that he was glad to ?ee that they had experienced a change of mind about its being tyrannical to g.vc the majority the right to close debate, as they have done so in their new rules. He said that he cousideied it as much the duty of the Speaker to stop fillibustering, us it would be to stop a disturbance on the floor of the House. He criticised other portions of the new rules, and smilingly alluded to the absence of u clause authorizing the Speaker to count u quorum, saying that he fully expected a decision from the Supreme Court sustaining his action in so iloing during the last Congress. of GOVERNMENT LICENSE. Gov-eminent In older to secure revenue the of the United States requires those who would sell whisky in her dominions to pay a tax of tweuty'-fivdollars a jenr into (he National Treas o The people of this vicinity are "gripping." They don't know if it is the Wheeler grip or the la grippe. School opened at this place MonThere day, with eighteen scholars. are more that have signed, but on the account of sickness have not started yet. There are a number of teachers going, some from Butler county ns well as this. A grand and noble work is expected to be accomplished by these young ladips nud gentlemen. Prof. Bnyee Taylor, of Russellville, the teacher, gave a very interesting talk, followed by several of the patrons, showing by their notions that they were enthused m this work. The debate at Union wns very inThe affirnintive speakers teresting. seem to be satisfied now with our present Tariff system. They flew the to Business Experience Vorsu s track and never got on in timemid tell what an Income Tax was, Theory. . why it would benefit the poor man. l.'iill- - illiThank You. Daily Financial All they could The London was "the Tariff Coiiruit.l Times, which is n very different paper is a Tax and the poor man had it to Jo, Rogers, Ohio County's wide from the London Times, tho organ of pay." R. L. J. a wake and vigilant Superintendent, Pigott, iccently reviewed, in an arhas engaged in journalism. He hnv ticle copied at length by the Ciucin-nnt- i School Closed. bought in the Hartford The Harnett's Creek school closed Ru'Uiu.ican, nod is making it a live, Price Current, tho course of British trade during the year 1891, which on last Friday, which has been in readable paper. The number for it says "stands revenled as a very session lor five mouths. Our teacher, Jnuuury 8, has u long and able edMi.-- s Gertrude Mills, leturued to her itorial on "Better ghastly year for our foreign trade." Teachers." It Tim Commercial refers to this ar- home near No Creek Friday evening. cerfavors the abolition of third-clas- s She made quite a number of friends tificates, and furnishes good arguticle not because it takes any pleasure in British trade ie verses, but to in this vicinity, Inth as a lady and u ments in support of tho proposition, show how a leading organ of the teacher. She taught a splendid AVe are glad to see such men engaged school, although sickness interfered in journalistic work. practical commercial element of England contradicts the theo-- . the last three weeks of her school. There wns a large attendance on the nes of our advocates of free trade Miss Annie Jackson opens school nt It is one of the theories of the free-tra- de last day. We were proud of our llockport Monday. school that it is a good thing teacher, and wish her success in after .Im. II. lUnvrt, "fcliKT . 1. 1' IltkNARD, 1'rcM, when imports exceed exports, as it life. A Patron. shows that the nation whose trade balances stand that way is receiving Of tho Condition of tho Attention Farmers. more than it gives, and that the exW. E. McFarland's Aucliou House cess of imports is in the nature "of a is the place to sell your tobacco, profit. The Financial Times, on the Selling at auction is growing more popular with farmers every year, coutr.iry, laments the facts that while more especially since tho formation increased during the of the Owensboro Tobacco AssociaBritish imports year by nearly fifteen millions of tion, which furnishes protection to At the Closo of Business Deo. 31, 1891. pounds sterling; exports for tho tame both buyer and seller. The law of time fell off by sixteen millions mid a the Association says that if buyer and seller cannot agree ns to whether or KESOURCES. quarter pounds. According to our not the tobacco comes up to samplu 837,0(1-1.2Loans and Discounts it ought to re- sold by, that a reputable American 3.000.0W Real Estate nnd certify to same, Furniture and Fixtures.. shall joice over this fuel. l.fiOO.OWjl shall be laid befoie told us that the and both samples Our Lasli on llnim and m other n reclimntion committee, who shall jsaiiKs z.j,oui),i British commercial and manufactur- settle tho matter. This wo think is ing intcicsts rather liked tho McKin-le- y perfectly fair to both buyer and sell8G7,o70.r)r) bill, because, instead of being er and will cause many to tell their LIAIULITIES, huitful to their tiade, it relieved tobacco at auction that never did 825,000.00 We arc prepared to break Capital Stock Paid them of our competition in the mark 802.31 llhd. tobacco, and trust larmers at u Reserve Fund 2.2.r)0.00 ets of the world, and they quoted distance will give me u liberal pat- Surplus Fund .'li),2."8.24 Gladstone's idea that protection hand- ronage, as it has long since been con- Deposit Account in our efforts to compete ceded that the Owensboro market is icapped us S07,!170.5r with Great Britain for the markets us good ns any m tho Stnte. Argument is unnecessary. Just watch for John H. Uaiinr", Cashier. of the world. The Financial Times prices weekly in this paper. Subscribed and sworn to before me,. does not take this view of the McKin-leResp'y, W. E. M;Faiuani. this January 1, 18112. Owensboro, Ky. bill. It considers that the McKiu-leShelby Tuylor. D. C. 0. 0, lid St. just below court house. bill had a great deal to do with LAST WKKK'h HAM. the fact that last year was a "ghastly" We take nlcnsuro in submittiirfff Prior leaf from 82.1)0 to S!,00. year for British trade. After saying " lugs " 82.00 to T. 10. tins our first annual statement to the that that was exceptional and subjectHave sold but littlo Bur ley from public. Wo linve now as safo n de8.'J for leaf and lugs to 88.20 for lea ed to the brunt of n number of adpository as nuy in the State,' nnd solicit thu business of firms, corporaverse developments such as seldom lugs. Special attions and individuals. come into operation simultaneously, Exclinnge-bough- l tention to collections. Mr, Ollio Haynes nnd Mis Lulu it continues: "Wo have had to bear a nnd sold on the principal double blow at the hands of the Unit-i- Compton, Whitesvillo.will be married cities, of tbe, United States. :io)in II. Rarnes, Cashier, Stales, for, besides experiencing soon. spec-tlators('iiiiiiiii-rrl.ilay IIMiu-.wirmhalf-interefree-trade- prise, it would be presumed that he gave it for the public good; should he doll.ua to the friendsend twenty-fivly though starving Russians, the natural inference would be that he did it through sympathy for sullering Immunity; should he give u fair compadollnrs for the se'ling ny twenty-fivprivileges during fair week, it would lie but reasrnable to suppose that he meant to sell confectioneries, lemon-nde- , r and icecream; should he pay the United States Governdollars a year for ment twenty-fivlicense to sell whisky, it would be but fair to piesumc that be meant to sell whisky. Now, it may be that some of our citizens are so patriotic that they make Uncle Sam n present of dollars a year just for the twenty-fivlove they have for him and for the fun of the thing, but in tlint case what's the Use to have the license? Uuele It's only n woithlcss luxury. Sam could give you n far less suspicious receipt for your donation, and not half try. Whisky license in a prohibition county, and the man holding them not selling whisky? Absurd: Are these men so poor that they cannot make a living for themselves and families without violating the laws of the Commonwealth? Are they more worthy than other criminals, that they should he allowed to defy the will of the people? Rut, geutlemen, why don't you hang up your license where all mny see? It seems you nre quite particular to buy Uncle Sam's forbearance, but he says you must keep jour papers in public view. So betake your-se- lf to the unwilling task, and stick 'cm up. You are already false to your State, your county and your town; don't be false to Uncle Sam, too. Re brave enough to be true to somebody. Let the good people of Hartfoid and the honest old farmers of the community, who are your customers, know that you are selling whisky, u:id that, while you aer ashamed of it, you propose to sneak around no longer you will do it openly. For the sake of law and older, for the sake of public morals, and for the sake of Hartford's young men, we ay: Down with the Blind Tiger. e e soda-watee e the natural diminution cnuscd in the demand for our goods by tho McKin-Ic- y tariff, we havo suffered from the special diminution duo to the accumulation of foreign product in the States befoio tho duties came into effect." Again, nfter speaking of the effect of n failing silver market on shipments to the Ea9t, and how upheavals to Central and South America had interfered with tho course of trndo in those quarters, it says: "Two such untoward occurrences, happening coincidently with the knock-dowblow delivered by the McKinley tariff, could not fail to tell terribly on the trade of u year which had to bear the force of them." would not admit, Our wlnle tho McKinley bill wns pending, the contention of its friends thnt its eflect would bo to encourage the building up of our manufacturers, and they irv to deny now ihnt it is having that eflect. Tho Financial Times, however, which is discussing a condition and not u theory, admits that the McKinley bill has done just what its friends claimed it would do. Ono of the branches of British trade that came off best last year was that which deals in machinery and The falling off in the exports of goods in that line was small and, says the Financial Times, "to give the devil his due, the McKinley tarifl, by stimulating the erection of mills and tnctorics in the States has contributed no little to the preservation of the foreign demand for British machinery in n fairly healthful condition." The article is full of references to the way the McKinley bill has cut down British export9. It told that way on beer, salt, woolen yarns and tissues, cotton piece gooi's, linen piece goods, us to which last the article speaks of "the almost virtual closing of the American markets," materials, hardware and and cut'ery. "It is in worsted tissues," says the article, that "we can most clearly truce the cloven hoof of McKinley." It is notable that there was an in crease, however, in our purchases of British wool and of linen yarn, which arc in the nature of raw material. The Financial Times evidently believes thnt the McKinley bill dealt a heavy blow to British trade, but what difference could it make to the British niauulacturers if our free traders are right in asserting that the tariff is a tax paid by consumers in tins country? n free-trader- s mill-worsilk-mixe- d CLIPPED. J:Vi:ltY 1)00 HAH II w HAY. liVillriT.) Tiu' i. mm.mn ffl .utf t. v x n a W r whvs 3 J U ;f M mtnujit 0 Chili has yolton tho hump out of its back, the Hiiyti rumpus proves to bo a "fako", China and Russia nro pursuing tho oven tenor of their way nnd ns a consequence tho foreign correspondents, are out of a job. whim; All Tax unpaid in 15 Days from this FiiPOSITiON! From and after this date, we will sell our line of heavv Hoots at AMAZINGLY Bow prices, so low that it will pay our customers to buy Boots for the bad winter, Wc which FOSTER says must come. have 150 PA1 1S that' must go, are going now. Come in. Corn taken for HOOTS. ns b-.- date your property will be levied on and . ykt thi: lamp ,ktc. CnmincrclRl. !.milvlllr Wo nro advised from Washington that tho Democrats of tho Houso will stand as a unit in favor of tho policy of Mr. Springer in treating tho tariff as against tho policy of Mr. Mills in regard to it. Wo ha vo hopes yet of seeing tho Democratic party stand with tho rest of tho country in support of tho McKinley tariff. (1RINDINU MUX. Ili'iuli'ttn iI'mk) liulopt n.totit. carried away, as last as I or my deputies can visit you. TIave the money or send it The Dallas news has published tho views of all tho Texas congressmen on tho silver question except (.'rain and Mills. Each and every one- favors free and unlimited coinage, and urges immediate action in tho matter. Crain has been said to lioid tho samo views. Mills must find it lomisomo to livo in Texas and represent Now England in Congress. no pouivr IT WOULD. r.millli--uniliml- in and save cost of levy. We positively Also, a few CLOAKS, especially in chil-dreno one. will pass sizes that are going at SLAUGHTER S. C. TAYLOR, Jan, 13392, Sheriff Ohio Co. prices. KespectfuS ly, 19, Dontal Notico. Dr. J. P. Williams, ol the oliicc of Dr"W. B Armcudt, Owensboro, Ky., will bo in Hartford, Kebiuaiy 8,liS!2, nnd remain one week. Thoe needing Dental work, will do well to call on Dr. Williams while he is here. HOCKEJI BEAArKHDAjI, KY. CO, . Cleveland i in Now Orleans ho might look into that peculiar Democratic institution tho Louisiana Lottery. Seeing that David Barrabas Hill has made him a Presidential imposibility and that those two fine old Democrats, Gen and Early, Beauregard orals are growing old and feeble, ho might make arrangements for a right profitable situation as inspector of drawing. Grover Cleveland's name on tho blue tickets would carry conviction into the mind of every sucker in tho United States. While FAIR FLAY FOR TIIK INDIAN. Il'iMiriiT-Jnurn- Wanted! When in Otvenshoro, call n( the 1,000 bushels of Corn. Will pay 43 -- uBIG FURNITUE STORED cents cash. BED STEADS CHI McIIknky Coai. Co. WcHonry, Ky. MANOAnn rofUjrENTijn-- MARflRiVsMITH Hall's old on Main Sued. We Inn e the largest STOCK and Save monlowest pxiccs to he found. ey by giving ns a trial. llesp'v. 'The Furniture TWiKBRSTHERS BAY HOP r V ARTIN fc SMITH, Men." . COOPER'S SCHOOLHOUSE. It may bo remembered that a few years ago tho Ute, a small tribe of Indians, wore removed from the lariro reservation thev then occupied to a strip of land in Colorado, with a pledge of perpetuity and tho facilities, for cultivating tho land. It should be interesting to tell how these pledges have been kept, or rather violated, but without going into a report of broken faith on tho part of the Government, we would call attention to tho fact that :n effort is now- - being made by tho people of Colorado to have this tribe removed to Utah. This matter was before Congress a year ago, but owing to tho pressure brought to bear on our Congress tho effort failed, and it was hoped the result was final. This was a mistake, for once more tho land grabbers are before Congress demanding tho removal of the of their Utes, and tho distribution . land among tho In tho minds of many persons tho Indian has no rights the white man is bound to respect, but national shamo at least should put miiiio bounds to our injustice to tho red man. For even among nations injustice proves to bo a much too costly indulgence. Give tho Indian with fair play, oven in a contest land speculators. ?''? V TTT AMP MiiM TT t T T 1 mm ron SER CO I IMT1BEAB VV '.riCO .l.Ml DLINOIT MICH ' pSl8ltfil t . H.ixiiiif limtirlit the I. lien ltiiinemldie that I will !.. a jfeneral old t.i."l. and al-- o keep on to inform tho . at thn ( i )NS and I V ' Don't '.liT of the I ite-- t and iim- -t appneil ui.tke. forget that the Hartford Transfer h Mill to the front in I'lea-- e liehalf of theilriiinnierand travi'Iiiipulilio. TIII.'KI-- : TIMI'S U'iw. mi. m ciil I DAILY. . L, FIELB, Pffoprictoi!- - of l.ior. V. Ta lor. I wh Sile and rV hand It '( itilKS. I ltiiine-- Horsos. busies and wagons for salo or hird at all times. Spocia attention given to all stock ontrustod to my caro. Yours Very Respectfully, 3L C. FIELD, IKCartfcrd., H Ky. -- FAST; LINE . X J u . ,' slP -- .s El - - f (i IT -, iw..0 C " t n A. . KJ VjkdT - i...lv.'-i- , CASEBIER'S'BUSR! jsti .MEin'S ALL DAILY j CJ ?0 1Pj-SB.- fi BB.H. Y . i i 5S 7 ULLSJILARIA . k.. fr i m. 1 O ft j OINTESTO.TFDRLZCJ3E3 ALL. 4i1 ""WWP'T??:.T I KjI I 1 Mil TIffl ALIKK t To pet the original Chill Toric, nl. to iintiicd Milirtitntc, nnvsnsl: for Orovk'S, and i1 in m 'c lie inst as tood. O'ovc's Ta.t' '. il'i'UT 'it.' hold", fall iindcoi :ains 48 o,n. and doses, wliile many of the new. untried tuMi'ltt"! tonics only hold '. to tinrtv cont.iint luit lucntv-foit- r ' oc't Tonic is ns l.trjic as nnv dol . lar tonic and relaihi f '.' !(' ' 1' ultiiiiiliifturi'U liv I'AlfIB V H V-V W La. WS B' E H i S fit? f IL N I HMB fi Q ' W FT' ' V t- tl'.it S, 'v--- i ' ' i ' which has nn.vin.al satisfa. tion. nnd '!' In.m hear vour r.cijililiot!. talking Mii-- ' t v " fisovis. "''no Tnsi'lc-, rlu'-uiti- 6v. il.-i- )j MEDICIXK COMl'AIJV, l. I il- -, -. . S'!tl !y nil DnijIsK SirKrlAIi Given ATTRVnGiN Public. Ho. to the Traveling LOVELL DBAMOKIO CYCLES. I, Solid Tires, STRICTLY $S.'..00 HICH GRADE. l!o. 3 G, Ladies' Cushion Tires, Cos. 00 Ko. k, Convertible Solid Tires, Ko. 2, Cushion Tire A--- C35as- - Beaver Dam. A.P ,, """ i. ji'j,i. xt. . ;nv ' Ko. 3, Ladies' -- V55-S Solid Tires, oun - ll .TKV- ?ii5.eo ! No. 4,0, " Ci'?hion Tires, ' II i'iM rzzv l vi Cushion Tires AKU DEPOSIT BANK Warranted AM. l'.UtTS Interchange-aole- mm mm r j." I f $05.00 No bettor machine r.iado at any price Bicycle Ci.a!c-ua . Fr:a. free-trader- ple "a--- - free-trader- rw i"'-- yAHXZ nVt it r" .TOJTIW I?. LOVi: MANUFAC7tr" L'.TCN, - 'v'- -' f "f ' ' " S.,1 t it- $S3.C0 A: 3. .. . - - - e. y y class Liver.y and BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Feed Hlnhlc, wher jou ean have your Will Sorvo at all times A Pino Lino of Hurses Fed. and get Hie best oi' rigs FRESH BREAD, da.y lit 4 EUGENE GA88ER, or night. or- Cakes. etc. always on hand- - and in any style. Leave .your ders with Oysters in Cass Telephone 208. Bulk. Cream M is Oder. Street. d HER SMI Owensboro, No. 121 Main - Kentucky. FAIR On. Win, BROS. & CO. Mnntio little son of G. C. Wester-fiel- d, happened to a very painful, but not serious, accident last Sunday, by being struck with a rock during a game with a few other children. Dr. Warden, of Contcrtown, was in the city Tuesday and subscribed for tho itci'L'HMCAN. Tho Doctor is a genial, good fellow. Ho is hand- PERSONAL. Mrs. C. W. Massio is no bettor. Caleb Smith was in town Monday. Hamilton Harnes, Goshen, is no hotter. W. B. Barrett called to see us terday. yes- TOWN TATTLER. She sits alone upon the handy shore, The while the brcukers roar; And ns there's no man close by, She lius the sandy shore. She sat there thinking moic anil more, While the waves dashed to and fro; But still no man comes thnt way, And yet she hugs the andy shore. Anderson's Basaar. ii ii up I !W1, of Massafall, WILL BE Next President 6 If lie gets nominated by the Democratic Convention and receives more votes than the Republican nominee. We Are Eleected By the people of Ohio county to furnish them during the winter and spring with Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods and Notions. We Have Been Elected and promise by the moon (not the "inconstant moon") and by yonder elm (not slippery elm) to do it satisfactorily. To do this We Have Defeated AH competitors in our contest for public good-wi- ll favor. hope U) and thank you all for greet thousands at our counters We during the next few weeks. see our surprises. Come and FAIR BROS. N. N fc M. V. R. R. 'mcWj'WSVPI ta. POI Tltll.VS fiOINCl WKST. N. J, Mail nlKiiif. o 7, MinM'J Kiprfi. THUJH (.DIMS ml Kiprr" o. t, Mail .So. I, l.lMiltnli:iirra. I2.1 I1..TH I CO., Props. Seed OaU nt Wtalcrfidtl & SonV IIAHTFOItl) TEMPLti of FASHION If you want your horses fi'l, rail on Cusobior & Burton. grand opening of new goods nest Monday at KalmV. A r u, r. m. . . KMT. I (Soto Martin's for all kinds ol uatclie, clock, jewelry, spectacle, watch repairs, etc. Don't forget to attend the grouted y horse tale ever held in Western on the 25th int. Ken-tuck- I'll r. -- Hi FKUAvTl,,KHl,AKY Hcd-to- 5, 18927 fc Son! iitWVterfield SniiV. Boots are going & Co. fut at Fair Bro Fair Hros it Co. can show the handsomest line of Dies goods to he totind in Ohio county. $10,00 Huy one of our suits they arc extra value, found only at Fair Hros. it Co. all-wo- Buy your Clothing ut Fair Bros, it Co. Fair Bros, Clothiers. Hnw. Williams, Hell it Co. have a few Hlount Plows, very cheap. Call and A reliable place to trade is at Fair see them heforc buying elsewhere. it Co. arc Hartford's it Co. Concert Church at the Colored night. BaptUt Finest suits at lowest prices in Clothing at Fair Hnw it Co. Ono of the most unjoyulilu of tho season was the Progressive- Kucliru Party jjivon by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ford, Tuesday even entur-tiiimnoi- its "K- - Fineit HatH, Neckties and gents furnishings are nt Fair Bros it Co. it Bend the advertisements of Mintou Thortnn's horse sain for the 25th. Do you want to make money easy? to tho big horse sale on the 25th, and buy yon a nice brood mare and raise n colt worth hundreds and If to come perhaps thousands of dollars. Henry Collins lias opened a now barber shop on the North side of Go to G. L. Klein it Co. lor fresh Public Sipinre, where he will bo Oranges, Lemons, Apples, etc., etc. pleased to five his customus the Miss Dania Carter closed nn interbest of work in the tousoriul line. esting school at Ccrulvo last Friday. Sylvester Allen and MNi E niniii g If you want an honest Hradley were married nt the bride's suit of clothes, huy at FairHros.it father, Coroner J. W. Hradley, on Co. Wednesday. The Hki'IMu.iuax exMr. I. S. Mason opens n select tends congratulations and wishes them school nt Pleasant Bulge next Mona long and happy life. day. Died, at his home near Valley Horn, to the wife ot J. L. Hoover, Mills, Tex., Dr. A. M. Harnett, in Clear Itun, on tho 27th tilt., a line tho seventy-fiftyear of his age. The girl. deceased was once a resident of Ohio If you owo C. K. Martin anything, county and has many friends nud call and pay him. Ho wants it nt relatives hero who deeply sympathize with his family in their loss. once. well-liltinh For Iresh Mackerel, White fish, etc., etc. go to 0. L. Klein it Co. Casobiorit Hurton fed over horses Monday and every body isfied. Do you over 100 sat- John H. Wilson closed n very successful school nt El in wood last Saturday, The day was spent in entercst-in- g exercises, consisting of reviews, remember when n declamations, essays and orations. fancy, horso would not sell tor a good The patrons say they have had one of prico. tho best schools ever taught in the J. K. Shaver, Heda. is going into district. We tho livery busines at Livcrniore. Tho prices we make you nro tho wish him success, same, if not lower, ns somo of our A look will be all you want. I merchants pay in the market. Why know you will huy your goods of us. is that? I pay cash for all goods and Kaiim'h Train: Pa lack. tell for cash only. You do not have-tpay for goods bought by otheis. Henry Stevens, Heaver Dam, lost IIo had sev- That is why you must como to tho fine mare last week. a eral times refused nn oiler of 8150 Trado Palaco to buy your goods at Kahn's. for her. ... t learn that her father, Mr. W. B. Chapman, has moved to Prentis, and Hunker Hill Schoolhouso was Miss Elfio will henceforth ho one of burned on Wednesday morning at Ohio county's tenchcrs. Mr. Chapabout 2 o'clock. It is supposed that man was n former citizen of this it was sot on firo by parties camping county, and his friends aro glad to over night. welcome him hack. Some of my new goods that I bought at New York will bo in Saturday and will bo opened up Monday. Como one, come all, to Kahn's Trado Pulnco. Wo said last week that Miss Elfio Chnpninn would go to her homo in Hutler county, after close of tho Heaver Dam school, but sinco we ling tho Cyclopedia Britannic and of pneumonia. American Supplement, and puts it in I. II Axton, Owensboro, was in the reach of all. Everyone who detown Tuesday. sires the greatest mine of knowledge H. D. Hingo spout Monday night i;i book form in the world, should in Heaver Dam. see Dr. Warden. Jack Smith returned from Fords-vil- lo Saturday. Notico. Hy mutual consent, tho sale of my Col C. M. Harnett was in town Sungrocery to Mr. John X. Taylor has day and Monday. been rescinded, and I am .1 no. Allison, Greenville, still in was in charge of the liiict stock of selected town last Friday. staple and fancy groceries in Hnrt-for- d. J. L. Cole, Masouville, came in My stock is new and fresh. I Friday and subscribed. keep constantly on hand the very J. M. Holloway, Hosino, was in best of everything in my line which town Saturday and paid up. the market affords, and 1 respectfully Mrs.E. I). Walkor,who has been ill ask a eontinunnee of the confidence fo.'some time, is improving, of tho buyers of cheap groceries. R. T. Collins !iu3 accepted a posiRespectfully, tion in T. J. Morton's grocery. T. J. Monro. Hon. J. Ed,iii Howe returned from Elirnhethtown, Tuesday. Stovons-Taylo- r. Miss Maggie Hardwick has about Early Monday morning Ilnrtfonl society was thrown into a fever of recovered from her recont illness. J. M. Harnett went to Owensboro excitement over the announcement Saturday, returning Tuesday night. that John Steven", and Miss MarX. T. Howard, County Attorney of garet Taylor, of Piano, Texn, had been secretly married on Sunday Hutler County, was in town last night before. It was nt lir.--t difiicu't week. A. A. Montague, representing of hnlief, for not even their mot in timate fiicnds, though aware of an Rankin & Snider, Louisville, was in attachment between the young folks, town Tues lay. Miss Cora Samuels, Haruetts expected a wedding so soon, but the news gleaners kept gathering in the Creek, is visiting Miss Gertrudo Mills, Kiuderhook. evidence and finally the record was Our gonial young friend, W. II. was no longconsulted and the matter Harnes, came in the other day and er in doubt. paid up for another year. Mr. Stevens is nn honest, indusMisses Katie Coombs and Flora whole-souleyoung gentleman, trious Ross attended the speaking at in fact, one of Hartford's best young Heaver Dam Monday night. men, while his bride is a hcutil'iil and Dr. .1. Ii. White returned Wedaccompli-he- d young lady, who had nesday from a few clays professional been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. trip in the Southern part of the counThoui'-on- , lor several mouths past. ty. She left Monday for a shint stay in H. I. Hooker, Heaver Dam, our old 1 exiis. friend and school-mat- e, was in town Wo wMi her an early and safe re- monday, and subscribed for our paturn to her waiting huband, and to per. the pair a long and happy life. Thurmau Westerfield of the firm of Westerfield & Son, Hartford, Public Salo. was in the city Friday and Saturday. On February 12, at my home, near Owensboro Inquirer. Heda, I will oiler for sale, to the Geo. M. Maddox, J. P. Henton, highest bidder, my entire stock of per- Rockport; W. I. Rowe, Cento-towVirgil Ronfrow, Sulphur Springs; C. sonal property. J. K. Sua vi:n. E. Hoover, Clear Run; J. V. Hrad- ly, Rosine; L. I. Hamard, Horton, School Opening. were in town Monday. The spring term of the Heaver Dam school opened Monday, with veiy College Happenings. Fifty pupils ma-- 1 flattering What is a town without n good tricu'atcd and there are others yet to school' Ilartfoid certainly has one, come. At night a meeting was held nnd knowing that the people nre much in the interest of the school, nnd three interested in the cause of education, of Hartford's talented young men were we nro glad to have the pleasure of piecntnnd gave excellent talks. relating tho happenings of n week Prof". J. W. Lytic gave an interestthrough the columns of our papers. ol the great problem of Everything is still booming. New ing disciK-io- r, the ilny, ami said that Kentucky students are matriculating every day. should by tlic education of her masses The pupils of tho Intermediate and place heisc'f at the head of the col- Primary Depaitments nre thoroughly Prof. Win. Foster interested in their work as those of umn of progress. followed in an able statement of the the higher department. elements ol a good character and the Those who matriculated Monday steps necessary to achieve success in nre: Minnie Rowe, Spring Lick; life.. Mr. H. 1). Hingo was called Ella Herring, White Plains; Maggie upon, and made a talk full of happy, Stevens, Horton; Nannio Thomas, pointed hits. Richard Foster, Prinston Thomas, The meeting tlic'n adjourned, nnd Hartford; Geo. L. Barr, Rome, Dawe all felt that it had been an evening viess county. full of good things. Little Sallic Taylor and Grace Hudson are new students in the PriClark-Duk- o mary room. Mr. Win. A. Clark and Mi-- s Eva Mr. Emmctt Cook, Habit, arrived H. Duke, two popular young people in Hartford Tuesday and entered of tho Quality Corner neighborhood, school Wednesday morning. were married Wednesday. May a long Mr. J. E. Brown one of the new and prosperous journey down life's students, who has been very sick, we long pathway be theirs. aie glad to say is improving. Dr. Alexander and his class in Raub's Rhetoric seem to be at war CENTRAL GROVE. Feb. 2, '92. Mis P. M. Hocker is with each other. Tho victors will be quite sick. announced at tho close of the term. ce Miss Pearla Her died at the Prof. J. D. Coleman has n flue of Milton Parks on the 2.'bd, class in Latin. nnd was buried at the Coral vo Co Hartford College supports tho best the 25th. choir in town. Henry Taylor went to Evansvillo Dr. E. B Pendleton gave the class last Monday. in Physiology quito nn interesting K. II. Brown and James Furger-soi- i lectureMonday morniug upon visited lr'iends in South Carroll-to- n Protoplasm. His talk was Saturday. and very much enjoyed by I). E. Miller has pone to Memphis the class. on liuuess. Rev. E. E. Pato conducted GenTho school at this place closed eral Exercise Monday morning. His last Wednesday. talk was enjoyed by till who heard it. We aro hi ways glad to have Bro. Success to the Rni'Uiii.ic.vy. Lko. Puto with us. Misses Mary Taylor, Verdti Taylor Pi'oight Rato3. mid Mr. Joe. Carson attended GenClover seed, 2 bu. sacks, (H) ets.; eral X., Wednesday. fertilier, per hundred, 20 cl3.; one W. P. Thomas, City; Charles two horso plow, of) ets. two ono horba Humes, Haynesvillc; Jus. Batman, plows, 7t"i ets.; audoatsper hundred, llnwcsvillc and A. W. Davidson, ISO ets. From I.ouisvill to Hartford, City; intended General X., Wednesday. not Heaver Dam. J. S. Vuiight. . The College was never moro Fifty-si- x TAYLOR MINES, KY. regular boardiug Tho Mines have suspended woik students in attendance. Tho followfor a few days, in order to do somo ing counties aro well represented: repairing. Muhlenberg, Henderson, Daviess, T understand that Leo Fisher McLean nud Ohio. his barn, several head of calves and a Tho greatest zeal and energy charmarc. 1 have not learned how tho acterize all the teachers and students. firo originated. Rev. L. R. Harnett became a litTho people, who have been sick, tle excited in the Psycology class on Wednesday. Hold on, L. It, nie all improving. Dean Rogers' wife has tho chills. Misses Wuinicr and Coombs are doBorn, to the wifo of Ham. Rising-er- , ing excellent work in their respective Mrs. Funuio Davis is Departments' a boy. They areji'iiegiianoiw. Why don't tho citizens visit the visiting her father, Dock Hocker. College, and bo intcrtaiued? We Lave a writing school, conductMrs. J. S. Vaught attended Gened by Mr. Foster. Miss Sue Taylor eral excrciso Thursday morning. will teach our spring school. Wo nro always glad to have visitors. Messrs. Lodford Truman, A. R. Sam Rowe hns the contract to build Renlrow, Charlie Raker, Z. H.Shultz several houses. Clark-Duk- e weddind Pleaso send mo tho Knrum.tCAN for attended tho at Sulphur Springs, Wednesday. tho next twelve months. Hurrah for Tho Intermediate and Primary Benjamin Ilairisou and tho Ri:i'Uiu rooms have some of tho best spellers A Coal Mixr.it. Mohk Anon. moan. in school. d n; j pro-pect- s. J irsi-denpros-porou- s. lo-s- t I W. T. King, Tallapoosa, Ga., is ill A little Hartford tot, who answers to tho name of John, sleeps hy himself, nnd very early ono of the bluest mornings during the cold snap, he uwokc and thus addressed his paternal progenitor, who slept in the same room: "Pa, nil the warm's out of this bed; I want to get in bed with you," and of course the request was granted. A jolly, good wus recently hoard to remark, that he leckoncd he had drunk a barrel of liquor in his time, and not a single drop of it ever flew to his head. No explanation was given nor wis any needed, for it was easy to infer that the liquor had so far to "fly" to reach its lofty destination thnt it died of exhaustion long before it got there. Hartford has within her borders foui men whose rare ability and great labors sho fails to justly appreciate, nor will she fully appreciate them until these men one each in medicine, education, theology and law who are now Hearing the sunset of life, have finished their woik and are nniong us no longer. Thou and not till then will their true worth and merit he realized. sometimes to see the efforts of somo young men when trying to go to see a certain young lady. A few evenings since, a certain young man, who stands high in social circle?, was unsuccessful in his efforts and after the third card was sent and tho answer camo back, "I have company," he resolved to send one more and give up trying. When the answer came back to him "I have company," he quietly strolled off to his office, and he'll never smile again. is full value for your money. 11 who buy goods of"Sara& Mc"get them at lowest cash prices, without .any "jewing" or dickering. We sell HONEST GOODS at HONEST PRICES. 13 cm ember the BAZAAR if you want -- Cave money by buying goods of a Store which has but ONE PRICE that the lowest and you will always bo sure to get V for pasteboard or paper about our shoes, A 11 are invited to visit the Bazaar, look through our Stock and get our prices. It will afford us pleasure to show you through whether you buy or not. A re you needing Dress Goods, Dress TrinnningsJCid Gloves,Corsets or Millinery Goods of any kind? If you are, you may find it to your interest to call on Sara - HONESTLY MADE SOLID LEATHEU SHOES Women, iYIisses, Roys or Children. No & Me. It indeed amusing IVTothing pleases a customer so well as to know that he or she is buying goods as low as anyone else. Kara & Mo. sell to all alike. "ONE PRICE TO ALL"is our motto. you ever try a pair of Anderson's " shoes for Ladies wear? The Bazaar has sold this shoe for 10 years. They will please you. Try Tid Wear-Foreve- r" ev-ery-d- ay them. secure any late fabric or novelty in dress goods or trimmings at the Bazaar, that it is useless to look elsewhere. T? very person pays the same price for the same article at the Bazaar. If. you havn't time to come, just send your little child, as it can buy goods as cheap as yourself, from -- our customers declare that when lyf any offail to - they Did you ever notice the condition of our streets, sidewalks, and crossings? If you huvo not, you certainly have not been in town for tho last few years, or bind. It is a fact that Hartford has tho muddiest streets of nny town of tho same class in the State. Xo one can cross tho streot without getting very muddy and dirty, and even tho p.lvements aro about as clean as nn ordinary roadside. Can notliini' bo to this state of affairs, if not all over town, on tho public square at least? Something oujrht to be done, and it would be well for every one to try to study up a plan. d:-.nim-pr- ove SARA & ME. T. 3D. WXTJXJXi.'&A.a, -- ' D0ES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, 'and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him Horse-shoein- g A Pleasant Evening One of the most enjoyable "cinque" parties of the season was the one given by Mr. O. J. Thomas nud sister last Friday evening, from 7 to 11 o'clock. The evening was very pleasantly sptfnt, playing cards, and in jolly conversation After some good playing, the time came for awarding tho prizes, which were given to the best and worst players, one lady and one gentleman. Those who secured the prizes were Miss Lizzie Moore for tho best lady player; Miss Mottie Sanderfur receiving the "booby." Marvin Bean fur the best gentlemau player, and S. A. Anderson, the "booby," J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. ROGK-KEEPi- N STRATTON Thorough, Practical Instruction, tiraduntcs assisted to positions. fcfirCntaloeue free. Write to SIKESS COLLEGE, WbRYAHT & LOUISVILLE, KY, lz&3h4i Big Stock Safe. Minton & Thorn- ton, of Lebanon, Ky.; will sell in Hartford, Ky., on the 25th of am. waBsw February, about 30 head of standard and high bred mares and young stock. This Statement of the Condition The Pittsburgh Lamp stock will consist or thi:- one oi uiose m- mostly of nice brood frnniMtAun is that ventions seems to be fin- - BANK mares, well bred; T ished. It seems some trotting and to reach tlie At Hip (ioc ol IlulHrH, Jnnunry ISU3. mill hubmlllftl tu tlir some saddle bred,well end as to SKii'kliolilrr'K Jlrptlnit 'goodness of Jim. broke to ride and ligiit in HKSOUHUKS. drive, high style and every way, Bills discounted $00,741.19 ,and ease of Heal estate 3,000.00 a number in foal, and 1,000,00 Jm a n a g e - Furniture and fixtures. altogether the best Bonds 1,341.67 ment. 773.52 lot of stock ever The only care it requires is Debts in suit Kxpeiifes pnid 32.20 9,320.72 brought to Western Ting and wiping. when the Cash in safe banks Cash in other 10,325.07 Dirt falls out Kentucky. This Iiiiuney is taken off, not into 602,534.99 as in stock has all been se- pocket lamps. other central-.- . LIABILITIES. $30,000,00 lected from the best, aught in a new wick is a Capital stock Putting Deposits 59,031.57 and there are a num- very easy matter indeed. Due other Banks 280,39 ' 208.00 All this seems strange to Dividendsjunpaid ber of them fancy ,nc who knows how trouble- Profit and loss 3,009.03 bred. This stock will some other good lamps are. 892,534.99 -- OK i 1). U, 1NU3. . . . be sold .to the highest It is in all the good Pa. PlTTSBUROH lamp-lore- s. S. K. Cox, bidder, without reserve or bv bid and be as represented. Capt. English will the sale. conduct Terms: Cash or its equivalent. Let everybody at- Send for a primer. BKASS Piicsiuot. Pi Co. W.T.McKENNEY, Notice of Dlsolution. Tho partnership liertoforo existing BEAVER DAM, ET. between C. M. Burnett and K. V. first bo in his under the firm name liurnctt Milligau Will tho 15th orlico ironi the Ofof each month. & Milligau, publishers of tho Hartfice over Bank. All work guaranford Itei'tiLMCAX, is dissolved, E. V. teed. Prices reasonable. Milligan having sold half interest in. said paper to Jo. B. Rogers. C. M. Bahni:tt, K. V. Mll.MUAX. UonAItlnPhlUJeUhU B DENTISTS tend. ni97avk44on at toe ffewipftpar Aarr Main Affrucy of Moiari. our nuuHKueu wbip Bvcnsmm Hartford Republican " I'lUDAY, KKHMTAUY Inn. it B, 16tf." SULPHUR SPRINGS, KY. li(5, 1M!I2. IlitvliiK proii.ueil I I'liiiiiuiiiiicMlioir iniiii plncc tiinu ngo, 1 now roniily ttitli pinlui-i- ', nltlioiili I inn unruly tililu to In m, lor I huvu tli Tin' "Hiip." fact U no luivu mot the ciit'iny mid uu are lik Tliu pcojilc me nltuiist nil eick. Dr. Frank Dean iimiIp seventeen prolcssionnl visits i! one day last week. Dr. Charlie Felix, of Olutoti, is constantly in the looking alter tlie interest of liii ja tienlH. Nutter Hurt is clanjteroiisly ill. A .small eliilil nt Tlioiiiui liar-let- t U not expecluil to siuvive. Win. F. Acton Iiiid a violent attack of pluio pnoiimoiiia, tuipei induced hy lagnppc. .Mie. Tliomas F. Jolnis-to-n is eoiivalc.-ci'ti- t, alter an exceedingly violent attack ot the old moii-M- er. L.mdoii Unities has been eon-tinto his mom for a lung time of In grippe. U'icle ilolui Cra'g died hut week, after a two days' illness of la grippe, and his aged wile Inii the disease and is not expected to survive. Jesse Aliigaii and wile, T. W. Wedding, Miiriuli Dtirden and a score of others nre confined with the grip. von sonit 1 ed Well, our mjIiooI at Itunu Oak, District No. 7, hy Henry Leach, rape'" closed on the lUth in.st., and 1 must The Leading Phoiograplier. say, without any intended disparageG. C. WESTERFIELD, ment of uthcrb who have taught for Mmi h E?e:y Style and Size. us, that we have never had a better free Mihool taught in this District. 8arOhl Picture? Copied and Knlarged .Mr. Moll Westerfield, who has boardA.SPLCIALTY. MAItTFOItD, KV. . . ... . . .. . t ed nnil gone to school in our District fttuuio 011 .viuin, neiween i.ewis the past two tcims, took his leave ot OFFICE IN HARTFOMD HOUSE. Daviess .Streets, us yesterday to attend I. S. Mason's OWEXSIlOItO, KY 37mfl select school soon to open nt l'lciisuut 4flphl TH! PAPERS Hidge, Daviess county. You see we llur M. W.AVKKARON acetif usually have a few boarding students UIOll to attend our cchool, for we have one BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBllNnBB-nBBBiIBl of the best Districts iu the county. I expect to pay my lespects to our County Com t of Claims in some future article soon. 1 was nmuscd, and nt the same time mortified, on listenI, ing to the report of one of the Hoad and Dridge Commissioners. It was: I road and oth"To one bride on er hauling, S20.00." Now, I know-al- l -3 LI about the bridge, and it is nothing but a culvert and there is no river, creek or branch near said bridge As for the "other hauling," well, won't say much about that now, but the IS THE BEST. Ftigl'ISHIII litVtki 1 1 M fiksvi man to whom the claim was allowed .if nr was the commissioner's sou, and I 7iV think the law requires such claims to Li ovf FOR SALE By ttumti- ) be itemized, nt least, nn alert County e.'ibodieseveri'desmable improvement Attorney would have asked some exManyExcujsivelyItsOwn. II. A: I.OZKIKItita)., The fact planation of the matter. ULLY.TPn WJi.iIc-al- e n.i.lei., two sons of the same commissioner before the tLCGANTLY had uuitemi.ed claims CLEVELAND, O. flVETEARS rirtisHbu court ought to have elicited some in.'110 Supeiior 1ENT OR SEE OUR quiry, but there was no inquiry made. Dut this is not not all, you will hear from me again. I'no no.vo I'L'iiuco. Adjustablo Extension Stand. 1 would like to announce to the It seems now that the Mi.yor of Somerset, Ky., is aeciced of robbing ofliccis and iiiembcrs of the G. N. O. ol O. F , Hnitford, Ivy., that nccoid as well us the other, viz., that of a Miss Woods nifiiinsi her ing to our geneinl laws of the older will. Mayor lliyifins is nMiilt'd as Sundav, Maieh I!, 1X9:2, will be genthe a drunken bully, and has been for erally obei veil thiotigliout as tlie 'l'liaiikgiving Anniver-saiy- , ho some time. That was not ut which time the Odd Fellows mobbed before lie could Iks hurried off to the D.invillo jnil for safe and Houcliold will turnout in full keeping, does not reflect greatly to legalia to attend the annual sermon, K. the credit of S incr-ofs citizens. IJut which will be preached at the M. Chinch, Ilayti, by Kev. Clin. Pvlc. then a community that license the liquor trafic for money, even &!,()()(), Let everybody come and hear this gland sennoii. C. II. P.Mtk, W. C. cannot bo over virtuous. The Soni-ereli'eporter, speaking of tho affair sins: WriEf YOU GO TO OWEfiSBOHO I.I. O- "Somerset is r.iiuiii'r an unenviable reputation foi ilisirim'ufiil m'ii:i tions. With the leeeitl Imiriblu in ciirrances, iraceabl I! lli'l'Ctlv to si loon iiifliieuces, w w.m P howf ' I mile. hviirer tlie "i bear with such nuisances? As lonir ,is 'l. 31' ' V'3?JiiS A the counsel is vvillinir to sacrifice the ' .'M '"ft1"" viiiuo of our women, as lonir as thev J w i.ia.i. . are vvilliin,' to sacrifice the respeela- - i .t.i. bility of our men, as lonjr us thev i Artiftic W'mk, J'ur the fined ami are willinir to sacrifice the character Fi tilcriett V., bcttrtat itini size or ttle. of oir city and its people in order ImliwtlAtli. Gn!)7 few paltry dollars. to fret How lonir will the counsel continue to OL.I-.31place the city, the people and their visitors at the mercy of rum. riot and juris-diction sei 1 N-- Gaining a Reputation. Announcomout. si a bbukim-- b b '"nainOKKOIIIl'niigS UN' . Jlku:,ui, sLi,ls. 4WW.V4 HimupuFFS. at, iilieolulilj rt'iuuvcd by unJ utl nliri.iiniiil. 2 9 LAMENT - jfUIBIM ld Q .... THE. PI1UI10lOJ1 immmmm r :rTjfc;BroLi"n:B-rm.,-iBilti!,--i'B:n!- t the uini'oltfltd cmhrsemtnt of ourUtid-- i nj f.i'i.i utrii inn. ..... ...... ...i... M ;vmb. C. K UiNMiAiiT,"iii'ilr Matr llank, Wiyton,.Minn.,iinji L cns or rvln "One hottiecurM ovrry on R innro for lilcli I li ne Blnce liwn oil. rol law. uu a lutllv." U 1 ouM nut bo Itliou t It If It cost V We ime humlrctli cf tueh tctttmonUtli. prrlioltTc. Alc oardniERltforlt. If J Price, 81 .SO he ilncs not kn p It, tcud U' 12 Si'. Hnni' for trial boi. AV. II. IMIDY & CO.. "Whitehall. N. Y. P n UMM a .. . T T I i -- ' IS TIIEONLY- - b'mib biBib tB "Seeing is Believing. I 5? And a good lamp simple it is fflJFiWj$h. must be simple; when it is notGcoJ these not cood. Sunfile. Beautiful, fPeflw ords mean much, but to sec " The Rochester " All metal, will imnress the truth more forcibly. tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only,3 A it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp, for its marvelous licht is purer and briehter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. Ifthelimpdealtrhun ttliencniilno 4&QA look fortM'tamp TunRoctiFSTFR. to Tor uur new illiKlMUd calaloqu?, ou want, rend the in jREort Rochester, nndfend tlca lamp sifcly lv nmi-)o- ur choice ul ovtr 'J,UOO im and e will vatletic from the Ljisett ijimpiiUin in the II ."!J, ItlriIU!sTi:u LAJll' CO., 4' l'ark Place, Now York City. riTHLlSHKl FOURTH INTI1K C.TheOpCain, jjjfjfji J,UM, f'l I '"p,' f?Ji?f3TJ W4m$r 'T,"!r' PS mm 5C CSHfSlIl DISTRICT A 1 Xvk .1t MRX 'CVvwifV. 5e C ivMCiicsLCA Hit lull-- c A HE YOU 11 MiMin li. i'h '.n.'t NATIONAL R, E. Clark, . ON y Motfectl ifftltb. Ky lOWENSBOm bank SUBSCRIBER? IF NOT Adalmrg, Abbyvitlr, Veda, JiUj Clijly, ..'..'. 1 HDavU Luca L U . O. lJMubll UK 1 'or Deposits " " Jw Majijie lh A II IS T Cor. Owensboro, Ky. Jkaver Dam " Clarhou, " Gmcyville, " Ctnlerlomi " Ctralm, J!liiiiUnhip F Jlamjiton ST Pearl. J B Hoj r T ?' " " " it K 11 wiu7i Henry T'mAty. 6' i'lVus 1) 275,000. $Accounts )" a n i . ' Security SUBSCRIBE at - once! HMNii YOl'H- Estrm-rr- s Central City rMftRi Ciommll, Fchoit, L ' Hitliup Steven AJ'M.I... P"BVBBI " Jlortnn, Horse lleamh L'mrmort," Irtitclifietd, lA,.Lv!lle, Mllluood, r,..jJ:;;., JUfltCllllf, J Duncan n (.'..,.'(, I o u n t rv McrcfiiiiMs ' Spcci- V ' JOB WOUH TO US, And it will receive F 1 Sintlerfur. Hubert A Milirr ' A(fc.i WStoy. " " " Mcllenry, " I'rintU, . V M Vendition. Sol Smith. C '''' llK . aill , . . - . ' .ll'JMWHS. h- - . . -- -' .... IIIIM 'J5': It tl nn?llir.s.s SCfi tlCKO, Cashier. J burton. S Tutihr, A l.W Rcspcct fully, j&mmr JtM'" 1- W '''. - Morqanttiien IV " - FM Taylor. S tf'w',,roiiHn,rrial B!ol'l. Daniel ' BARNETT jesa- & ROGERS- - Pltatant RidgePoint Plca-an- t liochport, liochettcr, ( Hi1 Pender. . I:x rl! A 1 1 ( j py K y c 'oinc, JJobard, Select, Shreve, " " " " Ueorye iladdox I F Stanley It IVeddimj Jl hwjene .lull R. 17. Ha-- ' "AKT0W. PRDPRIETOR. ju-- t lieen lep.iircd and neult t BEST. UjmH L Jt'oier I.ucatcil clii.e (lood inc.iN in lurni-licd. Depot (iii Agents Wiraxiied! Summit, Sulphur Sp, CT Whitintihi" IV A Dues Ibb AuU it .. ...;..ii it . Iti v 't. Andtlioie troubled villi iiennunct Irom care or overu ork IU Xeuritlytc J'ersoun lias trade ciark and crossed red Uuu Genuine Jlrown's Iron Jtitters. wrapper. on be relieved by resultlnfr tatlni; I FINE SHO'w? . ' f r TERRY M'F'G CO.. Nashville, v .til GASES. Tcnm. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured by .Shiloh's Catarrh Keinedy. Price oO eK Nnsnl free at Z. V. Uriffiu A: Mm. tor A LIVE AGENT WANTED IN EVERT TOYiN , WEBSTER THE BEST INVESTMENT A Tor Cataloguo nnd Pricos, writo tho Manulhcturors, Irmi Itlittr. nniininetM It. All dcaloM lieplt. 8Ui.T lipllle. (icnulne h&H trnde uiarU. utid i ru.H d red line on u rupr. School Report. The following is tiie standing of the pupils lor the third month of District No. Ill, Mrs. J. A. Wedding, teacher: Samuel Vance DO.Ora Fn.ig.it "JO, Daudolph .Wedding i8.2, Alvin Wil-so- n 91M, Mollie Leach 1)1), Luia Vance 117.1, Amett Ferguson 98, Tom Wilson 'MM, Kdna Faught ill!, Georgia Wedding Sl.'i, Dobbie Wedding 97, Dean Wilson !)1.L Mary Wedding 99, Pearlie Faught 90, Oscar Ferguson 100, Karne.t WiUon 100, Hester Ashford 9.", Dcthel W on 990, Willie DbVJ, Ai tie Wilson Ashford 90, Nannie Miller 99, Ar."), thur Faught 98, Chailie Wil-o- ii 97, Uemi Miller 99, Nettie Dratchcr Lou Dobbs 90, Nettie Dratcher 97, Myrlal Faught 97, Lowe Dobbs 90, .Sarah Likens 9(5, Elvis Bryant 99, Ho-- a Wilson 92, .losic Likens !)li, Ann Wilson 90. is what you nuatl Loss of Appetite, Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. I'rieo 10 and "" ets. per bottle at '.. Wavno Griffin & Ilro. Th Press ? f.NKW For the Family, School, or Professional Library. l'v UriMnN riiynlcUm i on iimm:i'h Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. vjs.Jt YOIMv) fgOICTMAtt) ITSELF ITor DAILY, MM "' - sfttcacaaBQt - OvSVsi s: 1 iiMMneii bi 1SS2-- : a- n i Has a Larger Daily Circuhition thnn any other Republican New.-pier in America. SUNDAY, WEEKLY. i Hns been for year-- , Stnntlartl Authority iu tho Govermiiciit Printing Ofllco and U. S. Supreme Court. It 1h highly recommended Iy 38 State Sujt'ts of Schools and tlio leadiiifr College Presidents. Nearly all tho School Honks Tiiilinl lltlll.S mill oiili't'tioiicriff.. Owensboro. Ky. 4 V liMtl l"i: a"--i . All Orilen From tended Stay Promptly .'!" a v ii know that it lit mmhiuii i4.iil.iar'mu j thin,;.' Aie j ii. i auareliiatit nlionfa!.MiMi:i ihe In i ,4 anil far ItKMift.'ii nun iiitiit'insiu:iptio:i ;ni.l cnii in Ui.uiir i iiijiiit Miiicniij,' iioiii asiiu,i;i, HiiU'.cliili. l'uuuiuoiu.i nml (.'oiLsuinntion will all, m 0: toll oii tli.it , "IT STARTED WITH A GOLD."; c ' The Ajrgiciv licpublieau of the Metiiipnli-- . .loiiiual I PAPER FOR THE MASSES. Pounded December , l.-- t, 1 published in this country are based upon "Webster, asattest- ed by tho leading School Hook Publishers. 'iOOO more Words and nearly 2000 more Engravings than any other American Dictionary. SPECIMEN TESTIMONIALS. : WtUtcriiai. Tho New York World most uniTcrMtlly conceded to be thtlttt. The Boston Globe ays : WoUttr U tliu ue- knowleilKf'd ttnndard In lexicography. Tho Atlanta Constitution aayai uwter bai lon?TeiitbTiomimlauthorltyln our otTice. The Chlcaoo Inter Ocean Weut.r'a Unabridged liu alrfa been the atandard. Tho New Orleans Times Democrat 'A t.ter n btandurd authority inouri'itice. The Hew York Tribnneyi itisreeopnucd ai tliH moit ifieful fxutiriK "word liook" of the English language all over the uorlil Sold by all l!ookelloM. ramphlet fito. G.C.MERRIAJdAC0..rub,ri18jiringhld. Km: iiuowvs O-. Tuor; iintnlns .o l!n.iiiii Ihil.'n li Ilia ll.Mlclol i'n.lil ' ' n'l. I l.'l '. nt holm-- Til- - Iihi I fli'uu.i.yul ami uoncrul nurcv. i'ir ;:i-- "i . ; .I.!:." l.i Jriisf "DR. ACKER'S ENCLBSH REMEDY t for uotiglH, ColiN nml Coiistunition U'VoihI 'Mulern Krmctlic-i- I S&9ZZ2, U 4 Cm jou (liTon. to nedect it? Can mx trillui wiih mi H'titim ii iuaticrr jio jou nunre innt '.iil.ij 'inti-- ''nii , 8H7. Circulation OAILT. over 100,030 Starni. V9 Hook fitaiul, fulc Slum!, aAltai(jnip, I A'Nrm 8Und, Iiiblu 6 tan J Mat .1 lur.. I'arlor, Library, Offlot. lirtliiar uml ( herkr Muni kx1, rultUl tlnUh. lifijhfUlt rAMl. lUnl md Height PitcntJfd.W ln he. Weltflt if or UilliiblpiwtlK l I1h,95. HI VI blturu Han ulilnitun bt . ltontoii, Iua, il HTlKtt &m!L .rl.p.!njli '.I . J Int. (ftidMln,lri.N t ,.!( ik f r l. i.J.r, itiii.L, tul n. ran n .k. ynil mr n iiiiiltkl h w tw.am li.titfiio l..fh. j t IU tl.T 4t III. Il.ft, .lilt I. l()Mip . if., .11 nn. li. in in.D.nki inrnrn jri u tun r mil inc. .1 turn . tl. .nr .11 ivur tin . .Dirt moli rDli ouli (o f flO 0.00. n I I 111. Jin'. i . i -- ini ItwillMoita L'oiiKliiiioue ninlit. It will clni It aCnM m willincf'iit Cioiip, iflieto A tiinu ami euro ('oiMtiinjiiiiin if tal.in " You can't nlfnnl t ilnv itlmut it " A S"icriit laittle niiir n ti , p vtur'i lull-- . rour iltux"! t Pu ni.iyi,'ii jii'irlif. i 11 Him ki'.i(&('n.,'liS V.t tliroa ua, ;eW S'oi!., I ir l.ail. A-., h iiu.tiou tlio Rreatest of nil u k i it n n it a n j s i t ii o n b u s g h ir. .1 u c lur Shiloh's Vit'ilier ft for Constipation, HAYNESVILLE. Jan. Ufi. Mrs. ivldie Willis is very sick. Harvey Winkler, while" attempting to split a slick of wood, hung his axe on n clothes line and rut n very ugly gah iu his foiehead with the pole of the axe, but he U now able to be out again. I lent n that Perry Morrison, of died on the 19th init., of la grippe, and noneot his family were William able to attend his funeral. AS AN ADVERTISING Clowe's entile family have been sick The I'res has un eupeiinr in Iu the for more than two weeks. New Yoik. Meantime hi wife died, leaving Mr. Crowe and two of his sons very low. THE PRESS They nre now improving, nil, Within the reach 'Ihtlletl and Mrs. Lias Lyons, while visiting her Ghtaiett Xewtptipci' in America, daughter near Lewi-por- t, was taken H.l.no lnll.i mill NiiiiiIiij, our 1 cnr. (I IlllllltllS, a.nn ' suddenly ill, and died before her " .. . ,,(. . .If JCi.n.va. fi lends could be notified. a. no Veil i'. Inll,i iiiil.t. out1 1.00 luiir iiiiinllis, . .SLKKI'LHStTNlGUT undo mis. . Ntliulri) iiin Yrnr, J. (10 erable by that terrible eolith. ShiI.OII 0110 rnr trrKlj loh's Ciim is tho pnii'dy for you. For sale by .. Wayne Griffin & IJro. Send tor Tho Press Circular. Sample free Agents wanted ev eivnhere. Lihcinl eoininiM-ioiiH- . Itoi-cvill- The I'res is the oryai. of no taction; pulU no wiic.--; ha no imiino-ii-tic- s to avenyi'. The most remarkable Newspaper Success in New York. Tin: im:ss is a iitimiiii .i'ii(iiMT. Cheap neni1, vulvar Mn:itious and trash find no place in the columns of TDK l'UKSS. TIIE 1'HKSS Inn the hrightct page in New York. It cp.nk-le- s with piiiin.-- . The 1'iess .Sunday Kditiou a eplendi'1 twenl piige paper, coveiing every current topic of inli'ic.-t- . Tlie l'ic-- s Weekly IMilinn contains all the uood thinj;s "of the Daily and Sunday Kdilious. For llio-- e who cannot nllind the Daily or are prevented by distance from caily iccciving it The' Weekly is a it, ,W rt. a: lliawwk AIM. iifw . l.rr.tl.Mll r r ii.it , .u ft nil.Lli ( It.V I'.ifr.l imn.Mi Ad.llfl.at.iii., I'AlilKVLAM H.l ihkii i. to., lumtivu, BUM, .rrtikvr i i.iiiin. - 1? . r7 V?a and IlKT()I!i: 1.1 1 l;-r- . L'.e itaK.l fav ifsatafitA. kiiiaz. VOfl MQIIL CO.. tfel. icurlan icU, (latlantU, UHo. legal Ruarantm that Cauiioi w (II I.T01 DlobarsCA.t KmLNton. CUltB Ppormi lorphco. Vnrloalc ifnd tho marToIoun Trrnch llcmf.l CALTHOS froo, mii.I mm AMI VI exican m STORE FIXTURES, j arniatnimingaarjaej THE WEEKLY M' TERRY M'F'G CO.. nashville.tenw. ! L One Year, 75c. IrKENDALl 6 Months, 40c, BET iND CHEAPEST Mn . I I v mui km. n .1.1.... I hi Hi. Ir owul i.li.,i.l.i.i,fil,,y ll.r An; II aI 7 I Vr III an a u. .u.t. III. mil fr.iy lull am, furtili.v.Tithliir itmt ii ii ,urt.k tuiir.nit..it. )mir .ur. in. nn in.,... .11 )m r inn to II . m rk tlii. I. an .utlri.f n.wl.a l.in I from MOnil.lftil uw.a.ln.trrjr Miik.r tli lo 9 SO .rH.rk.ii ii.Miilaf ill imiii. .n.r a till I. .il.H.nr. U. ran runil.ti )Ou Ihr m. tlijlil.nt.nlt.aili .ill ItlH. .Sn.iar.lQ.ir'aln lifl. Iu I lnt.riu.llon Htlt. 'J'Jt t't! ,fc tl M lit JUIM. ll l. IBflll l tf ciiil.t.ri..JKi. W. lln,orr, II... IS I RI E" tlllr '''' r..i....niiir.i lUBi Sll) B Mustang Linime in and Beast. A long-teste- d 1k t L V t. A Cure for the Ailments of V .n pain reliever. Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. n This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of well-know- 1i KSFAYMMJi I mK?KHb0v1bbb1 I iVbbbs bbbbbbbbbbbbbm Sbbbb bbbIbbbbbbKEbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbFIbbbbI pjpE Tin: riitsr svmiimis ut the pit of the rtoniiii'h, leveri-hiief- ' iii:tru mM Published. OontalrtB tho nows of tho world up to dato of publication ; Road-inMatter intorcstlni? and to ovory homo; contributions to Music, Sontj, Art, o Sclonco, Agriculturo and ff Cotu-morc- Tireil feeling, ilull lieailut'lie, nvm in vuiioiiH imilrt of the hotly, Milking lo-.- oftiiie-tile- , T.io lont Hucrcaaful Itcnicdy evorilUcor. ircil, ut It h certain In Its effects oad does cot blUlir. Head proof below t Kendall's Spavin Cure. J. Kkkdall Co.: "tin too ki mint miii.iBviiuu " ii.. Inform ou that I havecurtfl th foliowtnKtllioMei: Dn. II. Littli Rock, Ark., Aug. SC. W. and iiniile.s or Mires, me nil positive evidence of ioNmietl hlonil. No mutter how it heeaino ioinuiictl it hiii."( he puiiiieil to uvoul death. Dr. Auker'ij '''uylMi JJIood K ixirluii jicrtc f:ii luil to leinovo nr cyphili-ti- e )oiioii. Snhl uniler hv 'A. Wnvuu Ciiiflin iV liio. ', Il IvSTA.N'O LlXIMKNT. lr' Foot I nm working on Illp-Jnl- nt jniiiPDPmittntt i ill euro Ihnt nil with Kentlall'f UpavlnCure. It U tho hct Liniment for manor loliit J'liinvueNN.r'but'-Ilol- lt J.uinrm'H In Reliable Market Reports. bmst IhavepTermvtl. I rccftminrnillttoQllhorKa owners, llnr&rn lh it I hnvu wnrknl nn are valuable, but without i'iir Unlnit'iit would b worthless. I hare friends uhn iirhI It for Hprnlnn and ItrulHfH and cund IIk m. T)ieyij It Hthttbcat tlit-. (i. b. W'LLLU. uitd. Your truly, SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! Make Your Homes Happy. Samplo Ooptos and Promlum List mnilort froo to any addross. Agonts wantod ovorywhero. Addrosa Subscribe for the Hartford Hepuuli-can- . WILL YOU SUKFKI. with Dys iopia and Liver complaint? Shiloh's ttr f!s?l ) vsmm 'in, n, I r An en lit ml Jnt. lU.tin, InM'sUMo. vuy ttiliiunn il' (otne tutu inrrnii.i)u f. h tu iifinl i mi miitlu llm vtork iil Hi it Air. t ten tf it ! imp. ti In r trr r'iii(rr M ritill.T f ain'tiif from 41 10 ffltUitiy.AHaria Wntliow ou hnw Itk ltf rttnil npi tiiti( Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. ren lnitll ir liii I F I Ad(liet. .'IS v. Kendall's Spavin Cure. nil kti )m. i iii I l'ark lNiE PKESS. lii..rv York. Monro Vkto, Colo., Dec. 21, ISO. Dr. n. J. KcaDiLL Co., Knoiliiirxh Full. Vt.t Ucnti-I- u I ho )iur!S8l I treated wltb Kendall' npavin euro a lliinu Mmvin or aeven yeara tunu Iti marly mlurnuu a hii etc and completely stopicd iha lame n rM nut rentuved the enlarRo-inenHave workul tliu horxn erjr hard ever tine, he iirr.r ha. ahmvn any lameness neitner can I too any dirfcrrMico In tlio tin1 ot tlir hnck. Yours truly, F. O. COOLty. U.IInlled.l' 'j.,t:vHwOl'oi (IuiiiI.IuIii M n iinif. i if iiiciirj ullure unknot, i! pint Rfr thm, tiiiilwiiiletr.il I Brtl.n1i.fi fret. nit MAil lni nrtini i puisuille - ommrgnf, T.oulsvlUo Tl'.' Vitalizur is triiur.intued to cure 3011. Sold by '.. Wayne (Jriffin & IJro. . Tcliilliltlic,i.U'iii,nliliilL'Catlim,ritiioc'ii"t. eeai uf tile, uiuUuieiinaliuli. (ictllic'Ki'iiuliio 4ro liroVcn down l.om mcrunrkorlioinchoM Itiowil'li I roll Ilittei'.s Sinn f Persons pil doctor &m TAYLORS UREB FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL TTT'l f I Vi'ai"I.H.VB,'.;.ia'I.V 'rTTTaT JHLuHiflHiBiHBEhlHi For lit in b.ie , sidti or chest, nn Shiloh's Porous Plaster Price 'J." V. Griffin & llm. cents. Sold liv FINE SHOW CASES. TERRY J'rlfri fit jrr botttr, o ilx battle for $3, All tlruual'l itr it nr cim (jet It or you, or It tvlll Iw xrnt to any ml. tlre$ on receipt ofprlea by the propri' DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburnh Falls, Vermexf BROWN'S IR0S BITTERS rla.Nenouuiffti, and (.cnernl iKblliiy. l'li daiu rucoimnt'Utl It. .VlUleal' r. .oil it. Genu! .no b&Mrutlu nuirUautiq .Iffdllmi. lit l'miatieui. DviDLTRla. MaU I.AUIKH Needing a tonic or cliIMn n tliat want htilMIog up, Mionlil Hike 50 CENTS PREPAREOBY MALARIAL DISORDERS. R FOR SALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS. '. i'Ai for catalogue. M'F'G CO.. Nauhvilic.Tenn. It ouc''lic4Unuonvrupi-.T- Is iileimnnt to tulr, rnrM .Malaria, Indlget-tlnti.niIUIIiiilMii.il. .llilcalcrl.c'cit. HltOWN'H llttlN IlITTKHS. RICHARDSON-TAYLO- MED.Cd. ST.LOUIS MO.