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SUBSCRIBE POJI THK mm, r ..mm, OFFICIAL Or.C-A- F IHS PARTY IH THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, EEXS-,- 1.25 Per Annan, la Ate, ffiM $1.25 per year. I Sri VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1892. ELI NO. 28. And merrily roar our harvest home. Dryden. Chatincey M. Depcw: J, V. HfUlMI Git ss 1 reckoned llmt I'd never Governor M.O.AIford Lieutenant lovcrnor.. Top tlmt question t' Miritndy. For rhetoric he could not ope lleadley Itecrelary of Stale First I tried to wits one KUtmiiur, His mouth, hut out there Hew a trope. W.J. Hendrick Attorney General Sittin' on her dad's vernnda. Hutler. ..I, J Norman Audlter ..Henry Hale Then one August, too I thought I'd T. Do Treasurer Witt Tnlmiigc: (I. II. Hwango IteglMeruf Land Office Ask her, in tho clover ino'ldur; Oh. for u forty parson power! A.J. Gross Had Adjutant Geneial iibct sjtsccli, hut soinoliow slio P. Thomson II. Hyron. iupt. Public lntriietloi Looked too cold to tnko n header. A. Addsms Clerk Hubert G. Ingcrsoll: B I'olk Johnson ruhli Printer Next time wuz tli' slidin' party There lives more faith in honest doubt, Out nt'Crawford's, and Mirnudy co: Hclicvo me, than in hall the creeds. Said she'd slide if I could find a Tennyeon. li Monday In l) Circuit Court convenes tinKxtra-sio- d tolio'an handy. tin) Nuieinlvr. I Gen. H. G. Drycnforth: 1. 1' I.U.Ii That just set inn tiuj'liii', so Judg Joe Noe ('oininun wealth's Attutae) The rain coincth when the wind culls. Asked her if she'd o a joyyin' C Hsrdv,li k Clftk J I' Ilarntl Coieralsslcmer Emerson. With niyarins around her, slidin' C9TBT. lii"dit uloiif' on life's tolitifrran. William McKinley: J ,!' ."'.",'; tutu- J1Il,VHi? Attorney You have not, as good patriots should Then Mirautly smiled hur sly way, Khiii ClerU Hlienn do, With the color nil a huddiu' I 1' lOIHKOIl Jmpr Studied the public good. euiirtennvene.lho ll Moudiy III each month. In her cheeks, an' said 3 how tho Mussinger. Question took her kind o' sudden rurt convenes tho 3rd' Mondiy In January, Like, and left her without hreath t' Tliomii" H. Heed: A nl, Jul' mi.l of Clalmo. bay a word, nut ffueised tho flym Hut man. proud niau, cmitl Iht'ii "'" '' Monday In iMoher and Down the hill with winter blowin' Drest in a little brief authority, J .4tin ir). Ju our face, wtu rather tryin.' Mojt ignorant of what he's inott asJutne'cciirt Ih'IiI inMiiroh, June, SeplitnUr Shakespeare. sured. tnH )mhir,mTil.iti,oiilti'llii nanus. IJut she whiipered, if I'd steer her i J W 'liirner, .'i, 4,4, 4, Jest straight and je"t as clever M. S. Quay: I, a. '. acres,.. j Me Kindle), 4,. Down life's groove as that tolmjan (ll W'lii)lurr Assume a virtue if you have it not. She would slide with me forever; 1.1 Slrtllis, lt, IC, 16, If,. Shakespeare. A..". hi.mii, M. I, It. II. her, keepin' If I'd always jriiurd T. l.. W llMltl, i on- - table. Green IS. Hauin: 'Mound my arms lor sale prelec(Kddii'Milltr, I, I, 1, I. I w ill he hanged if some eternal villian, , ', ', tion; roiMTiur 1 W ( liuintx-r- n'tuhlc. t, (j I'.) lie Watchin' for tho bumps and strivin' Some buy and insinuating rogue, Pcm llrlilicll,7, C, 7, 7. Some cogging, eo..eiiing slave to get Always in th' riht direction. It Utiill.t.. i(it T hemli r, ii, S. , . U Ion some otlicc (SI. KiilUrwii, !'. II. II. II. So we climbed th' hill, while all th' Have not devised this slander. H'ikkIaiii J C I. ii, ii, ii, ii. It.nirsai. .Stars that winked above and hovShakepearc. (oeo W Hoaw cout,inlc ered ( WM AllltJ, II, In, D,, Evart-- : Williams M. J II r Slr, li, I, , . Slipped behind th clouds and told CliKI. ( W I'.Mill.reonMable. I must hear th' What is ordained with natii'iice. Oilier stars what they'd discovJtrs. Drowning. Police fotirl. ered. George W. Chihls: And, with Maiidy's eyes t' lilit mo H 1" Tit) lor, Judge-nnvriH.-J- J Uovmi tho hill, I'vo found tho jo- - Heaven in sunshine will reunite the ,nnrhl. 0 lUnlel, judge J W Iianlel, aeMiM.-- N Hyron. kind. rt'11' inarihal. Feartiitr. J 1, iatidoii,Jude; Jn A Polling, .lest . pleasant 'n' as easy Jerry Simpson: Huiimh.-- A II lUIrd, Judg, ; W I riioiiimi, As that nijjlit on that tolioan. A progeny of learning, f Mrs. Mala-pr- op marshal, . rein-oatKlrkls Held, Judge. ('harks Gordon l'ojcrs, Sheridan. ) Ii O Crtmdcr, juliii-- ; I.naikr. lri.lllttil. Levi P. Morton: ailirrt'until)' Otllrem. Perhaps he hath great projects in his mind, J II Wilmm 'iirt.iMr To build a college or to found a race, C W 1'arrntt Somo Appropriations of woll Aiiur II HoKor. .. ..Jii hool Mi'rittrii.irnt Hyron. An hospital, a church. ..J V llrndlry Cnroti, r Known Quotations. N. Vorl. World ' Horace Holes: David Ii. Hill: vroziczsrr'. One thing is forever good That one thing is success tlilnl nn.l Thus fur our fortunes keep an up'hnrch,Soiilh. n. E. Emerson. ward course, t inoiilli rtiiMulli.M.'lionl rcurlliMitiiUyinriu'li r ' VcH-Muulii) iiioriiinx. !' And we uie graced with wreaths of John Wainimaker: r,l'it.tnr. Shakc-pcnivictory. riHliINt rhitrcli. "ntrn noinl Sutuf e Hear u fair though your !) ntnf Sllmlt). MllMll.w,linll ftfiy MllnHy (trover Cleveland: tnornni5iitti'iliwk. !!' J S.ClMimn, l'ti)r. heart be tainted; fourth '. I. 'lmrrh. M'rtiii" flrl nn.l nVlfM-Of all the joys that brighten Miilcriii,' Teach sin tho carriage of a holy saint. t fittirt) llifArliiiwilitll Shakespeare. earth, rut) miii.Iii) niuriimi: Hot) ' H. Mil'.-im"irifi, i'iT) n. II. rimrrli, (tillmMwIIi.w hool at I) . . What jov - welcomed like a new-burmnl night. Oliver Wendell Holmes: Mis. Norton. child? I"r.( Iih. r)ki, ttor. And made youth younger and taught tlrft ninl Alpltu ltittllsl, (col. Thomas C. I'lutt: niclit, l Ihirri 'un.lt) iii.iiiiiininl Young. age to live." !! J J H min 4 Ca-urs I , mar-dial. I m State Directory A WINTER WOOING. PERKINS Questions Hogor Q. Mills' Boy Charlio. Tho Sioux City Journal published the following interview with Eli Perkins (Melvillo D. Landon), the well know lecturer and humorist: "On tho Oninha train for Sioux City was Congressman Mills, of Texas. With him was his bright little hoy, wh'j hud been in Minneapolis school. The little fellow was bright as his father, but did not seem to know anything about the fallacies of politics. He was ready to answer all questions, and his astuteness astonished oven his father. " 'I iisitcd Mr, Mills if I might nsk the little fellow some questions and note his schoolboy answers. " 'Certainly,' mid the gonial Con gressman, "go ahead and you will find Charlie bright enough to answer anything." " 'And you won't interrupt us? j to-d- ay usked. " 'Certainly not.' " 'Now Charlie,' I said, calling the bright little fellow up to me, I'm going to ask you somo hard questions, harder than cube root, and I don't believe u littlo fellow 12 years old like you can nnswer." " 'I reckon I can,' said the proud littc Texan." "Well, Charley,' I said, "if you lived in a town where all the pcopl went over te the next town to buy all their things, what would ho the eflect?" liiaiova ! e. prc-eiie- " 'Why,' said Charlie, 'our merchants would all he poor, for n'l our money would go away, wouldn't it? We'd all be poor, sure.' "Right, Charlie,' I said, 'Now how would it effect a nution 'taws digging 5100,000,000 out cf the ground ev ery year and raising S3UU,uuu,uuu worth of cotton, and 81100,000,000 worth of wln'iit if it scut this gold and cotton and wheat over to other nations and traded them for store pry like gloves and silks and linen and tin and sugar?' MMotll-wlmti- l l l'. " 'Why. we'd bo poor like tho n town, of course.' S.ihlnth-whuo- miia'rlo.'L . l'tr. Cold news for mo; III.TUT.CN LOUISVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, ritOM .N1 TO l.l'ISVII.I,i:.tll.tll,lllk',VI HMHIUi iiaton itHji:,iini i:v om.i:A.vr, t In lrniilil. The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND 1'KOM Now York riillntlrliihlii llNltlinorn Vhiii(;ton Nurfolk Old I'lilut IVtnlort KirliMiuiid lliifl'alu CU'Vulmifl Tulf.lo ClilruRo 1 itttlnntipolia Cinoinnitti Hnotorn and McinpliU VlckulmrR Union KutiRi Now Urinific XluLilc l.lttlo Hock Hut Fprlng mid pjlntf in W'ol Tonties-i'- o AIi!ftppi Totiis ArkHnn Iionlilnnn nnd the Hoittli nntl KOUTIIVViCST. II to is thnrmiglil.v l.oullllo und Northoastorn Points (Ion nfiMirril by oquippcd nnd In ciunlitiiiii, ond proTldc8tt excellent nrritnRftiiciit In time mid through cars A kkaturr i tliothno and convenience ifwirrd by tho 1,1 mi led Kxprcs Trains. Only a nhiiit's iiiiik between IOtiUvllle niiii Mpiupliie, itr.d thu bft ntid qtiloKcal rvico between the two cltlef cvar urlerod. Tickrtn.Timf.Tnblrt ami nil drlrt'iinroriiin The flrt-ln- Aicrnt lit neiitrr limn, or pl)iiit: to V. I'. I..1 TrV.H.FroatT.Gen'l Pass, Ad.LonisTille, Hr, f.lIHVIM.i:, NT. I.OU1H A TI'.X. II. It. & LsuiStille, St, Louis ncllKUIII.i: Teza Railway, .NOV. IN IIKI'IXT I, 1MI. No.51, WK.STHOU.NP. t,T. I.oui.vlllo No.tl, Dnil). 0.S1 7,i!0 P.iily. 7:15 n. m. Weit Point llrnnilcnbiirK IrtliiKlon Stpplicnapuit elotrrport llaaonrllle !.cwlporl Onuubora Hpottatillr Ar. Ilrmlrmon " p. 8.11a, in. il7 a. til. I07 p. 0.41 ii, in. 8u7p. lu.'JIn, in. Oi'Jl p. 1:4I u. in. u.liip. Uilla. in. 10.10 p. 1I:U n. in. 10.34 p, in p. in. 11:11 p. -: 1:04 p, in. U.Mp :i' p. in. 1 i 20 a. No, M, p. in. in m. in. in. in, in. in, m. in, in. No. SI, EAST HOUND. I.T. Utlly. 7:13 D.,'jr llfmlron Suottafllle Oitn.j'wro I.rwiipnrt HawtTillr CloTfrpoit Stcphf naporl IrtinKlon Jlrantlenhiirtf W.Kt Point r. I.ouIitIIIo .'. a. in. 3: Up. m. 7:17 n, in. p. in. .':" n, in. 4:.', p. m, 9.U0 a. in. A K p, in, 0.3.1a.m. oitop.ni' 10 01 a. in. fv.67 p. i", 10 W a. in. 0:19 p. m, 11:02 a, in, T.Mp. in, 11:"J n. la, 7:11 p. in, t 03 p. in, .M p, in, l:o p. in, .itt p. m. Taiiln. No. fil and No. SI make connection at f rf lujton (Sunday rxcrpted) with trains on I,onl. Tllle, Ilarlliisburr 1 Wmtrrn It. R., rant and wt bound. Tor further Information, uddre.a I. C, MOIIllUK, (If ii. IVr Aft't, I.onlTille, Ky. Jcro Ward McAllister; Society i now one polished horde, Formed ol two inightv tribes, the Hores and Hored. Hyron. l P. Flower: Heaiiniont and Patrick S. Gilmoro: Deed not words. A thousand twanging instruments Flether. Will hum about mine ear. James O. lilaiue: Shukospeaio. Hope with n goodly product feed' the Huiijamiii F. Hutler: eye, Shows from ii rising ground p,)cs- - I know you lawyers can, with case, Dryden. Twist words and meanings as you sions nigh. ple:ic; Kev. Charles A. Hrigg-- : by your skill made That Uish-o- p "Orthodoxy, My Lord," said pliant, Warburton in a whisper "Or- Will bend to favor every client. thodoxy is my i'oxv heterdoxy U Hutler. another man's doxy.'' Priestly. Riissel A, Alger: Jay Gould: Ah! who cm tell how hard it is to Third Fisherman Master, I marclimb vel how the lishes live in the sea. Tho steep where Fame's proud temSecond Fisherman Why, as men ple shines alar? Bsattic. do the great ones eat up the Henry Cabot Lodge: little ones. Shakespeare. Who overcomes Benjamin Harrison: Hy force, hath overcome but half his Keign, and keep life in this our one Milton. foe. desire, Our only greatness is that we aspire. Thomas A. Edison: Jean Ingelow. Tune, place and notion may wilh pains ho wrought, Rutherford H. Hayes: Hut genius must he born, and never tho eyes of men, As in a theater Dryden. can be taught. actor leaves tho After u stage, SUILOH'S CATARRH Iioinody. Arc idly hcut on him that enters next, A positive euro for Catarrh, Diphbe tedious. Thinking his prattle to Canker-Mout- h. Sold by Shakespeare. theria and . Wayne- (5 riff in & Hro. Olivia S. Hriec: The palo hoy Senator yet tingling Good Manners at Home. stands ill I'm Journal. And holds his breeches closo with both Tho pretence of good manners is his hands. Pope. nowhere uioro needed or more ellect-iv- o Warner Miller: than in the household, and perhaps There aro things nowhero more tare. Whenever tho Which make revenge a virtue by reflection familiarity exists there is a tendency to And not an impulse of nicro nugcr. loosen tho check upnu selfish conduct Hyron. which tho presence of strangers involAllan G. Thurman: untarily produces. Many persons Statesman, yet friend of truth! ot soul who are kind and curtcous in compasincere, ritdo and careless with those In action faithful, and in honor clear! ny nrc whom they love- best. Emerson says, Who broke no promise, served no pri"Good matters aro mado up of pretvate end, Who gained no title and who lost no ty sacrifices," n:ul certainly nothing Pope. cau nioro thoroughly securo tho harfriend. mony and peace of the family circle Abraiu S. Hewitt: Let there he gall enough in the ink; than tho habit ol making small sacriThough thou writo with a gooso pen fices ouo for another. Shakespeare. no matter. Children thus learn good manners in tho best mid most natural way, Shcpard: Elliott F. A inn i, en till i mm, tu.it lit; sii'iniu tu uu n ........... ..n .n,.., ll,n, 1.A.nn..,n,l lnt,n and habits thus acquired will never Not one, but all mankind's epitome; leave them. Courtesy and kindness Stiff in opinions, always in tho wrong, will never loso their power or their Was everything uy starts una lioiliing charm, while all spurious imitations long. Dryden, of them are to be despised. Hop-wellanj-uagwell-grace. Thus arc my blossoms blasted in the Shakespeare. hud. J. Sloat IWtt: Oft expectation fulls mid most oft Human's where il most pronii-ePilgrim's Progress. . Jones: Ivlword Hut iwsotne muskets so contrive it, As oft to inis the mark they drive at, And though well aimed at duck or plover, Hear wide and kid; their owners Trumbull. over. s. I- - Mark Twain: We grant, although he had much wit He was very shy of lining it, As being loath to wear it out, Hutler. Marshall P. Wilder: My Lord St. Albans said that nature did never put her precious jewels into a g.trrett four stories high. Hacon. " 'Yes, Charlie,' I said, 'But suppose our nation made its own sugar and linen and tin and wine and kept its 8100,000,000 dug out of the mountains and, sold its tobacco and cotton for gold!' " 'Why, It would make our nation awful rich, wouldn't it?' said Charlio. " 'Yes my boy,' I said, 'it would ' "Again, Charlie, suppose our country had kept 8100,000,000 of gold and sold over 8000,000,000 worth of cotton and wheat and tobacco for money for fifty years, how much wealth would wo have in this country?' " 'Why, said Charlie, figuring on u piece of paper, 'we would have over But why didn't 810,000,000,000. wo keep it? Ain't we never going to manufacture them?' " 'Yes,' I said, 'wo arc trying to now. Now Charlie,' I continued, 'suppose they aro paying GO cents per day to poor laborers in Europe for making knives ntid silk cloth mid tin, the freight from Europe is only 10 cents a hundred, and our workmen were making 82 n day here, what would our workmen do if we had Freo Trade?' " 'Why they would have to work for the same wages that ttiey do in Euiope plus tho freight. Of course, ud any one can sec that, can't they Charlio looked up at the father of the Mills bill. " 'But, Churjio if we put n protective tarill of about 50 per cent, against theso European things made by cheap labir, how would that effect our laboring men? ' 'Why, we could pay them more wages, of course; that's plain ns day.' " 'Then, Charlie, what di wo tfain by puttiug n protective tariff against European manufactures?" " 'Why, then, wo have to make them here. We pay big wages and keep our money at home; nuy fool can seo that, cau'l they pa?" " 'IIoio, Chailio, said Congressman Mills, taken off his glasses mid wiping them with American bandana, 'let mo nsk you a question now. " 'Don't you sco ull tho pauper laborers of Europe coming over here, Charlie? Now, my son, how cau wo keep them hack?' " 'Why, papa, we could take oir this Tariff, couldn't we, and then our wages would go down as low as theirs, our factories would stop and their fuctorlns would start up, nnd they wouldn't wnnt to come hero, would they? They wouldn't want to come hero papi if our wages wein't higher than theirs, would thoy?' "Mr. Mills didn't answer, but went into tho smoking car to think. "Whilo he was gono 1 asked Charley what ho thought would be tho effect of putting a Tariff of 25 centa against tho wheat, corn, rye, oats, barley uud potatoes raised in Canada fath-er?'u- sink nearly to tho hubs, PROFESSIONAL CARD. bringing up great loads of sticky mud etufT back, that T. at every revolution, the reader can won't it,' said Charlie, 'and raise the ATTORNEY AT LAW, estimate for himself, as it is only a prico here?" matter of observation nnd compari HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. " 'And how will tlmt effect the son. jNor is this all. In addition to H.fjLtNN, J. fl. r. wrppiia. of laud Charlie?" J.. price producing the power' the horso raises Sz " 'Why.-betteprices, for wheat a large sharo of mud with his feet, would go up, too, and I heard a farmand must use extra exertion to proHARTFORD, KY. er telling papa this morning that tho pel his body, even without n lond. (Oilier, over .link raon'a Italian) land all over Iowa and Dakota and The first object that should bo acWill prartlcx their profnlonlnnll the courU I Ohio nnd r.djiilahucoimtli r, and courtofAppeaN. Illinois was going up fast. Is it?' complished is to have the roads hard Special idten to cmninal practice aiid "'Yes, Charlie, it is,' I eaid. 'The nnd smooth, also graded wherever it collection". rintlxj farmer is getting on top again. Thous can bo done at little cost. How to J"am.G3 -- A.. ands ot manufaturers aro making j make a good road depends on the sugar, silk, chicory linen, tin, glass locality, and the materials most easily nud pottery. Thoy are moving over and HARTFORD, KY. cheaply procured, but the farmWill from Europe, and soon our manuhit profeslon In Ohio and ers in each community aro in duty and the court of Appeal., facturers will cat up all our surplus bound to take the' matter of good attention Ritrn to collection-- . wheat, then what, Charlie,' OlUce north aide puttie an,uarp. t! 7It roads into their own hands by refus" 'Well, I gucs- - they'll havo to ing to elect any one to tho position j:. i. guffy. 11. D. ISI.NGO. pay a good price for it in gold, too, of road manager unless he is capable, Sc by ginger! nnd that will make the uud thoy should not only agitate tho farmer rich, won't it? And so we subject but insist on good roads. The will have lots 'of gold and lots of man Will first cost is the greatest, hut where n rotintle-- practice In HupiconrtaCourt und andadjouuna , and in nil rinr or Ohio Court or Ap-- I ufacturers, every body will he prosrain. CnlleUioin and nil letl hiislnem attended good road is established it will not be' to. Office, .No, II, over Andcrson'a llttanr, Hart. perous, wages will he high, competi,2 :Ir cotly to keep in good condition, nnd tor.1, l.y. tion will make manufactured artiit is not so difficult to repair ns nre cles cheap, and we will he a great the muddy wnys denominated ns country, won't we?' ATTORNEV AI LAW, " 'You bet we will, Charlie!' I said, roads. 25Z-Tand when you get to bo a man, if The Parting of the Ways. you arc as sound on these questions Wilkins and Wntkins .wore col12. TSred.d.ioag', ns you nrc now, we will make you lege chums nnd close friends. speaker of tho House.' They had been hard students and "Mr. Mills camo in and said; 'I had taken little out-do- or oxorcises. 3ES.y- must take Charlie back to Corsicua. Whon thoy shook hands nnd said (Ofrlco In Crowdcr Ilultding.) Will prtictlcn hi profession In all tho courts of schoolboys talk and good-by- e, Those Northern at the end of their col Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao JVotnry think too much."' ,2niifj lege career, they were in impaired l'llbllo hoalth. Both had dyspepsia, liver SH1LOIPS Cure will immediate HUE. ly reliovoCroup, Whooping Cough troubles and troublesome coughs ATTORNEY AT LAW, nnd Bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wayne Wilkins had plenty of money, and Griffin & Bro decided to travel for his health. Will practlcehis profession In all the Courts of Wntkins was poor. "I must go to St. Bel 2.24 Ohio and counties, nnd work'for my living," said he, "but Appeals. adjoiningattention Riven In the Court of Spoclal Miller & Sibley, of Franklin, Pn., to collection. Olllcc, first doornhoto the Hank. 43 ly owners of St Bel full brother to Bel I'll try the remedy that Robinson 9 Boy, Iiiuda Rose, Chimes and Palo talks so much about Dr. Pierce's Alto Bello, write, "Wo havo used Golden Medical Discovery." In less than two years,- Wilkins Quinn's Ointment with great succame home in his coffin. Watkins, beliovo it fulfills all cess and now in the prime of life, is a bank elaimod for it. Wo choorfully recrich and respected, president, ommend it to our friends." and weighs 200 pounds. "The FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liror 'Golden vModical Discovery' saved Complaint you have u printed guarmy life at a critical time," ho often antee on every bottle of Shiloh's says. "Oh, if poor Wilkins had It never fails to cure. Sold tried it!" For weak lungs, spitting by Z. W.iyno Griffin & Bro. of blood, all lingering coughs, and Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey will consumption in its early stage, it is OFFICE OVER RED FRONT relieve any cough in one hour. an unequalod remedy. Is prepared to do nil kinds of Equally good frr horses. Gives GEO." H.THAYER, of Dental work at reasonable prices. energy and strength. Money re- THE REV. Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself funded if satisfaction not given. and wifeowo our lives to SHILOH'S A. J. SLATON, M. D., 2S-- 4t For sale by L. B. Bean. CONSUMPTION CURE." Sold by & Z. Wryno Griffin & Bro. A NASAL INJECTOR free with Formorly of Millwood, now located at offers Ins nrofeional services to the people each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh RemThere have been placed upon (ho (Ira) son and adjoining counties. Office in edy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Z. market several cheap reprints ol an (tho Dr. Haden property.) 33y Wayne 0 tiffin & Bro. obsolete edition of "Websters DicThese books aro given tionary." 3"-- EC. WHITESVILLE, KY. ds Co., UnaFeb. , '02. Miss Delhi Matting-ly- , various names, "Wobstors bridged," "The Great Websters of Miss Owcnsboro, is the gut-s-t Dictionary," "Wobstors Big DicAnnie Litsey. Iv Fredsrica Street Owensboro, Ky. tionary," "Websters Eucyclopodio Mr. Dick Hayes and Miss Nettie SECRET ORDERS. Hnynes were married Tuesday night Dictionary," etc., etc. Many announcements concerning nt the residence of tho bride's mother. thorn aro misleading. The Webster May happiness attend them. Cntnp, No. 3 Cicero MnvM-lDepartment f Ki Mucky, Hurt" it liar' loid,Ky,, second Saturday Miss Lula Compton went to Owcns- reprint portion of each from A to Z in inch month nt r. u, C. CI, IUi.iett, Captain, nd boro Monday for her Well, wait is tho same, forty four years Jas, l Hour, Sergeant. the times, and printed from and sec. There is talk of another wedding soon. plates made by photographing the 3Z. Cr. Misses Nola Anderson nud M it tic old pages. J. WrssOosint, Post, No. 8, Departmental Miller returned to Owcnsboro TuesThe old book has been padded Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clook I.eltchflcld, Ky. f. ., In day. out by various editions culled from P. 3. Ilai'nit.Cora. 8. A. McSnior.Adj. Prof. F. P. Stum, who taught tho various sources, but tho body is tho fall school at this place has returned same that was published when Polk PattTOX Motrox Poet No, 4, Departmentof to Fordsville. The Professor is a fine was President and duly buried at tho the second meets every Saturday at 10 teacher, ineomo of Lincoln. Tho Webstor, Sunday atKy. o'clock i.J.u. in the O. Chimmklhi, P. 0. Hartford, Mr. James Evans, who has been current from Lincoln to Harrison, is J. M. Ilunor, Adj. very ill for several weeks, is reported the popular copyrighted "UnaAnuMA. to ho no better. bridged" which has just boon superInternational seded by Websters "IIACKMETACK," a lasting and 5 JjsV JaftJ-!- ? Dictionary. See advertisement in fragrant perfuino. Prico 25 ami 50 another column. cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. in n country twelve ns Dakota. " 'It will keep times ns largo Edwin. Eowe - Olenrs. 'Wedding', Sraitli, Attorney at Law, pMi-tli-- Singo, Attorneys at Law. O-taffs- r Perry Westerfield K. HAETPOED, DFLosIjO., Attorney at Law, L. ECeavrin, Hartford. Ky. f-ftWfll 1-- - DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, Leitoh-Hel- fl Taylor DENTISTS,! Sons cf Veterans. l 1 bo-hi- j. Court-Hous- Ka-luek- court-hous- e A Plea for Bettor Kxchauxc Roads-Wi- nter Unkind Words. Tailing. Hauling. M. Husk: Your hay is mowed and your corn is iii' OPIUM t,U. andWUikerHliMta cured at hoito with, out pain. Dootnlpar. tlcularsient rntE, aU.WOOLLKV.M.U. Ufflo 1MH WbiMbaU at. reaped, Your barn will bo full and your els heaped, Conic, my boys, come, Come, my boys, come, hov- by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Ajipotite, ollow Skin? Shi lob's Vitili.or is a positivo euro. Sold hy '.. Wayne Griffin & Hro. - ARE YOU MADE miserable- Il has been stated that good roads itidicato a high stage of civililizatiou, but if the claim is correct there is much for formers yet to do boforo they can reach the limit, for the greatest neglect has been given tho loads. Though a road is public property, uud devoted to the uso of each nud nil, yet no one has suflicient private interest therein to permit him to cease farm operation in order to look after the roads. It is only when the roads become impassable that their condition is uoticed and regretted. Experiments havo recently been made at several points which show that a had road in winter will cost tho fanner a sum much greater than his taxes on the farm, in some instances, as he must not only sacrifico time, wear of vehicle, ami Iesseu tho weight of bis load, hut must use two horses to do the work of one. Tho draft on a gravel road, according to Professor Sauhorn, compared with even a good dry dirt road, showed a difference of over 4,000 pounds load for tho samo semi MU1IH, VltAWIMI or UAMItSaiOS. HIU10 nr Invention We ndvlie ss to latent force,, or over 119 percent more of ability fieeiifiliuiceuiiil lie make Ml lllAI.Ui. VM.LS '.4 7:.MT IH .lAl'lW.' net load could he carried on tho gravrni ciifiiinr ndnif, ten- -: nnd references t Cliiill clleiilK In your mm Male. Cuuiilj, Illy or el road than on tho dirt road, while Kuril, nriln In f. the draft was lessened more than 'JiD")ii:e I'ultm OHic TuiAiuikmi. Ii fl If this dillerence between a u "u " Buuu u,7 guuuh'ni"" WHY WILL YOU co.irrh wI.bii TO THK MOID, mad is so great, now great stioulU bo f siiiloh's Cure will ivocimniodittto Wutkness. Malaria, idlgttuon tad tho dill'ercnco between a good road relief. Price 10 cts oOcts., and 1. BlUou,nMltB moN vvma B For sale It core qUcUr genuine, by all dealer U and one of mud, on which the wag- - ' Sold by Z. Wayno Griffin & liro. . medicine r. Uu ii-- Perfectly Well. When I was a boy my mother used FILLMORE, Dnbuijuo Co., la., Sept, 1880. wrltoa: My to say to me sometimes, Mill K. "Do Witt, later used Flnnlgan Koenlg'a Nervomctbar ami Tonic, lor l'attor neuralgia. They are both twrfeotly weU Dour you will bo sorry for that when I nm and never tired of praising the Tonlo. gone," And I remember just how Lu VeoIS, New Mexico, July 8, 1890. sho looked, sitting there with cap nnd Wben I was young my mother bad a bad frtgbt and she gave lna ner bosom because I first spectacles, nnd tho old Bible iu tier vaa crying, and two hours after I bad theNerve) attack of heart disease. 1'aator Koenlg'a Inp; for she never said n truer thing Tonic has done me much good and has had the MIUUEIj A. OUE111N. desired effect. than thnt, for I havo often been sorry Monrtir.TON, Ark., Oct. 19, 1890, my stepdaughter was subject since. While wo have our friends toFor four years and the use ot J'aitor Koenlg'a opiloptlo flu, with us, wo say unguarded things Nervo 'lonlo gate Imiuodiato satisfaction, and since the commenced taking it she baa not bad thnt wound the feelings of those to ven the slightest tosymptoms of the disease. My hautialt thanks thll medicine. JOHN SCHMIDT. wh.'in we ought to give nothing but -- A Vitli'nblo Hook on Nervous kindness. After a while somo of our Iilo.me. sent nee to anyaaureaa. also obtain friends are taken away from us, nud FREE and ioor paUcnu caa charge. this medicine free of remedy hai beeniirepared by the ttevjrend This those of us who are loft say; "Oh, if Koennr. ut Fort.Warne. ind. since U and suowurvpswdunderhis direction bytlie we could only get hack thoso unkind KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. words, thoso unkind deeds if wo Sold by Druggists at ! per BotUe. aforNt could only recall them!" But you large SUe, at.70. O Bottles for SO. cannot get 'them back. You might bow down over tho grave of that loved one, and cry and cry and cry. The white lips would mnko no answer. Take caro of your friends whilo you have them. Shut up ull those words that have a sting in them in a dark cave from which they shall never ami all fA'lt.Sl como forth. If you do not, you will Obtained, for MODERATE I i'.r--! JiLaltstM .1is ui office icndvd to uppnsile tho II it. Patent office, uud wucaii nu be sorry somo day. tlinav itnioU lioin tin, I'alems in lime than e HHlC i Hartford Subscribe for the Republi- I one-hal- can. -- ""' Hartford Republican ANOTHER FLOP. help to,1,illk tlint r --rcce'vtMl or s'vcJ one, but cnn put my , WA3HIN3T0IJ REM. KINDERHOOK, I KY. 6OIH0 1 P011UB111.U nvi:uv rmiiAY mohsino. f j j0 i ')"'nHSKlrr, At l111""" "'"l io.i 181)2 Democracy for Policy swear that Sake fast Changing its that I fell know Mr, Silver Views. FK1DAY, FKMtUAItY 12, Our Logislaturo Heeded tho two ilollar nnd thirty cent per pupil the amount duo the tenelicra of the county lor the school ypiirciuhnj; Warning A Com- - ploto Somorsault. June 30th rcxt, wmmmm is 818,8i4.li.. ipwr-. tlutt n mnn mny be known He mny by the company he lcop. also he known by the (junlity of his elinrity. Huttiblicun charily begin in Ainerieii; Do mocratie cluinty, in Knglniiil. It u fiiiii Tnr.iti: ore in Ohio county, nccortl in;,' to the k'IidoI census taken hist April, 7,700 while pupils nntl 111(1 colored. A total of 8,202. There arc 117 white distiicts, or an average of one died ict for every 6.) pupile; eight colored dUti'iets, or one district for every 02 pupils. Tin: opponents of the MeKinley Hill argued that it parage would our for- have the cllcct of decrea.-in-g Un the coutiarv, our eiL'ii trnue. foreign trade has cuoimou-l- y increased. The old eliestniit, to the clfect that a Proteetixe Turill acts ns a Chinee wall, i completely knocked out. PoyrMAfTKi: (ii:ni:iiai. Wanamak-i:iholds every inoruiug u short with the four Assistant di'cus.-iog'iiiatte- rs The Democratic party has either been acting under false pretenses in proclaiming itself in favor of the Free and Unlimited Coinage of Silver or else it is afraid to stand by what it believes t. lie right in a National contest. A little circular has been distributed over tlu) State to the Democratic editors, nnd it was passed around nmoug the members of the Legislature the other day when the resolution in regard to Free Silver was before that body. It is indeed a very interesting little document, and as u copy has fallen into our hands we quote from it as follows: To The mion t n for the purpose of pertaining to each of their divisions, nnd giving each other the benefit of their mutual experience. It is an innovation which - highly spoken of by postal official. Tin: Committee to decide upon a site for the proposed equestrian stntue of Gen. Sherman has selected the lot just South of the Treasury department. Tho committee expects an api, propriation of $50,000 from Congress, which with the money on hand will make a sum sufficient to make this juncture, arc of the highest value. the statue one of the finest in the I am ceitaiu you will pardon my askeitv. ing you to exert them in the two directions suggested, as well as in any Tin: Democrats on the House other you think ot. Post Office committee have decided Every man, who looks ahead can to favorably report the bill for the re- sec, that if we permit the Silver I.ne peal of the mail subsidy act of the to creep into our campaign, we shall be last Congress, but it is not certain so sadly defeated as to make us sorry that the bill will pass the House, as we nominated, or adopted n platform there are quite n number of Demo- in 1802. We have educated the crats in the prccnt House who work- party .tgainst by the ed nnd voted for the bill last year, tnriff dieus-ion- s of the past fifteen because they recognized the necessity years, anil it cannot lie driven into of extending bettor foreign mail fac- the support of the still worse ilities to our great commercial interwhich would authorize any ests. mine owner or bullion speculator to take, what averages in cost (to It will soon be time to nominate but li cents, to the Mint, and candidates for Circuit Clerk and Slier-ill- . get a coin, which any other man must Among those prominently inen-tui- ed take in exchange for 100 cent" worth V. F. of his labor, and his saving". for Circuit Clerk are The Long, Silas Stevens, A. Lee llennett, Germans have, to their great Imnoi, Her.-chB. Taylor, Tim Stevens, always stood for sound and liTiest Samuel Gaines, J. Bird Wallace, A. money. They would leave us in a S. Aull. Fur Slirrifl we hear the drove, and instead of taking to the names of V. T. Brown, Kd. Henfiow, woods would go into the Republican W. 1 Bender, W. V. Gaines. Virgil party. The enoimous Hebrew vote, Kenfiow, Xat Lindley, V. F. Con-di- nlwnys extremely intelligent upon X. C. Daniel nnd others. Either such issues, would uls all he cast the men mentioned would perform against us, and before we had been of the duties of the office used in con- engaged five weeks in the eimpaign nection with his name with credit most of the reading DeinoeraKand the to himself and honor to our party, bulk of the other thoughtful voters and we have many more that would among us would be ready to smother do the Mime. the Free Silver swindle with their ballots. THE ENFORCEMENT OP There N not a Republican in the THE LAW. United States (unless he U a specially For n law to be effective it niu-- t patriotic one,) but wishes the Demonot only be snnctiened by public cratic Party to espouse the eaii"y of opinion as u law, but the ofliceis who the Silver Kings agaio-- t the people. administer it must have the support Whatever you feel your duty to of the people in its rigid execution. the party, and to the country, ought It - not sufficient in order tu aire an to bo done at once. Yours Trulv, evil for public opinion to dtmaiid the MmiAKi. D. IIaisti:h. e ot n law against fetich evil Notice the pandering to policy. the people as a community and us in- Listen to this Ohio Congressman as dividuals must see to it that this law-i- he tells his Democratic friends of the enforced ngaiiM those who violate press confidentially that if the Demoit, whether they be rich or poor, great cratic party wins it must sacrifice or small and that, too, without fear principle to policy and that any other or favor. A good law thus enforced course than this will be absolutely will secure the objects of its passage. suicidal, Where is Democracy's If our people would reap the full boasted loyalty to principle? This benefits of the Prohibition Law they great party of the ituterrilied and un inii-- t demand in no uncertain terms washed has but one principle, and No nvin that is devotion to policy and its complete enforcement. should let that sickly sentiment the As usual the Democratic fear of wounding somebody's feelings party is "between tliu devil and tho deter him from the discharge of deep blue sen," ami both the devil his plain duty to himself and his and the sea seem now to be closing country. Let th officers of tho law in on 'em. understand that every criminal must be brought to account and that ill thus Of Interest to Teachers. discharging tlmir duty they will have In order that the good people of the united moral support of the com- Ohio county may have somo idea ot munity and the problem - complete- the icsponsibility resting upon those ly solved. whoso duty it is to determine the fitsomo physician in Haitford were ness ol persons who would cuter the If known to be dealing out poison to his Common School, and that they may patients; if some den of thieves were become better acquainted with the in our midst, emryine on their crime, character of n certain class of applievery good citizen would hasten to cants who aspire to a place in tho add his mite of evidence nnd the Teachers' profession, I give below ex- weight of hi" influence, that the of- net copies (save names and post- fenders might be brought to justice. ficcsj ol two letters recently received: But when in violation of law men nre mi:. .101: iioji:ks, jiamtow), ky. selling liquor, thus poisoning the OlIlO, CO., KY, physical and moral man and taking Augusst 3, 181)1 that which is really not their own, Mr. Joe IS. llmjer, our citizens look at each other anil Di:au Sin: I wornte you a letter say: "Things ought not to be so," and some time ugo, stating that I desired then piocced to wait for homebody you send my examining papers home, else to take the steps necessary to and you did not scud them, and more stop this nefarious business. than that, you diden't reply by letter Let every citizen from or card telling why. this good hour resolve to put his sen I want von to send my timenls into actions" and lend a hand to mo or give some satisfaction as re- towaid realizing the ultimate triumph minis the examination, tho reasons of the motto: Down with the Blind ' why you diden't grant men "ccrtifi- cate," I know something is rong, yo class-legislat- ion pio-duc- e) el t, pas-ags g "un-wor, You mny entirely disagree with the views expressed in the little pamphlet inclosed. Freedom of judgment in such matters belongs to every citizen. 11. llmjert. Mr. On one thing, and that a pure matKind Sue I Scat my self to inform ter of policy, we undoubtedly do you That I am very sorry I and my agree, which is: 'Jltnl il willbc micltlttl sister have failed in the examination for (tie Dnn cratfc I'niti to jitm a Free I dont considilcr that we have been (!iu ( C'liiiimje bill ilirmijh llic llou-fairly dclt with there for this is the ton. Scccond time and if we have I am sure You can do much to prevent it you you will be willing to Send us our through your editorial utterances, nnd papers we want you to Send us our especially by personal letters to such papers and money forth with or A Democratic members of Congress as I certificate and if we have failed. you happen to know. have been examined mv last time Permit me to add that no time is while you are in there because I know to he lint, as there never was a time just about how I stood I reccolleeted when the lobbyists, nnd paid forces of very near all the questions and 1 the Silver Bing were more active knew what 1 put for nn answer we than now. have told some teachers that I think :: is Just nbout as well educated as your It is apparent to every thinking examiners are. now Mr. lingers I man, that the only safe course for the want to fairly inform you if we have party to keep the Silver question failed, and they nre any law too t test out ol Congress, and out of the plat- whether you have treated us fair or form. Your services to the party at not it will Sure be tested I dont want a thousand bibles and havn't. You father said below fifty on geography, Kogcrs, I know .this to not he so, and if you only counted me 41 per emit, on this study, you absolutely practiced fraud, nnd you do not deserve thecicdit of any honest citizen, and I am sure you will not receive them in 1804. The Benson why you treated me as you did may be my party nffiliation 1 know something is wrong, and the in you, nnd you know it too, rong is you said, "for me not to give up the struglc but to go to school again and try it over" such hjpocraoy coming fiom a descitful pen, I can not understand. 1 expect to go to school sir, ami I believe I know my business, but nil vice, from one, in whom there is no honesty, does not give me much courage know, Mr. Bogors, if you have got any 'honesty In you, you will send me my "answers" if havnt you will keep them. P. S. You may wrest assured that farther information will be obtained aa regards thi. Jan. the 27. Ohio Co. Ky. hand Upon I Affairs at tho Groat Capital Itomsof Intorest. -- .. e any thing but what is just and hnuc-- i If you please Sir Send us an answer as soon as you get this. I hav thought that it was a mighty curious thing mt we havent never received any answer from you I herd that you Saul you liatlent looked over the pnpers who the t but the rest was. I thougiit that I it was rour ... ,r i ii i ami .uiss .nary nenuer nusiiicss 10 We look over them and no one else. dident think we was treated rigiit last Jul but we studied about it and thought Mabe we had been. I ktnw s of some that was tliere that got certificates and I know of one young Man that was there that 1 kuov well that we knew more than he did because we had gone to school together last winter and he I'iden't know nothing like as much as we did and ha got a Scccniid class and 1 think now it is a thousand wonders he dident get first class. I will clo-- o hoping to hear from you Soon, you kneed not pay any attention to my Spelling and wrightiiig in letter I wrote it in n bury. 'The foiegoing aie correct nnd perfect copies (except signatures and post marks) ot letters addressed to Supt. Bogers, and now in my possesion. Given under my hand and seal this February 10, 181)2. E. D. GlMTY, Notary Public Ohio Co., Ky. .1,11., fust-clas- I hope each parent who reads these letters will pause long enough when he has finished to answer these two questions: What would have been the result if these two, or either of them, had been let into tuetold? How would you like for such teachers as these puroiis would make to have the training of your children? Let our iioble teachers the ener getic, the true and the brave remember that just such prisons as these with just such qualifications, are continually clamoring for admission into tho profession, and when they are denied as they have been and as they will be, they raise the hue and cry of or persecution. Bespectfully, Jo. 11. Bo(ii:tis, Co. Supt. to Owuiishuro Inst wt o'. B. A. AndoiMin made a business trip to Whitest ille last week. Miss Cora Saiuulus has returned to her holms at litrnetts Creek, after xisit a week's to Miss Gertrude Mills. Mrs. S.dlio llowileii mid ihiuir'iter, pects. who liavo b''on Mr". T. I,. Secretary Blaine was a conspicuous Bainl. have returned to their h one figure at the diplomatic dinner given this week by the President and at Cauuy ille. to the Br.ri'iu.I-ca- n, With best Mrs, Harrison, and his cordial greet1 am GiassnoiTi.it. ing of Scnor Montt, tho Chilian who was one of the guests, Minister, ,MI, II llU'M, . Illl-I. 1' IllkVUII', I'l.'M. was an answer to the sensational stories about the personal iclations Of tho Coi:dilio-- i of tho existing between the two men. The "gag rule" of the last House which the Democrats for two years exhausted the vocabulary of abusive epithets in describing, has been unHall's, ild stand on Main Street. der a dillercnt name, adopted by the At tho Close of Business Democrats of the present House as a Dec. 31, 1891. part of the code of rules under which or, the House will do business, loWl'St )I UTS t( l)C 10(111(1. SaVO IllOII- judging by the pat two mouths, do Loans an,ri)tounL.r;s:!7().n.2.S :(,01M).00 . Beal Kstate . . , nothing, until March 4, 181)2. . l.fiOOJIII ('V !) V 1TIV1II"; IIS a I I'M I. liCSI) V. The Democrats in the Ilon-- e nre Furniture and Fixture.. Cash on Hanit and in other as much afraid of of a caucus as they j 2.'),80ii,27 Banks are of the trutn. The caucus which I was last week called to meet Sti7,:i70..rM for the purpose of discussing, and deLIABILITIES. S2.",00il.lt0 Democratic pol- Capital Stock Paid ciding, if icy towards the numerous bills which Bcserve liind have been introduced for the free Surplus Fund Depo-i- t Account. . . . coinage of silver, has been abandoned, the lcadeis fearing to hold it le:it the threatened split in their party .Unix II. B.i:xi, Cahiei. should become a stern reality. to before me, Subscribed ami j ' was this January 1, 1M)2. Beciprocity with Germmiv tifjttlnimml Shciby Tavlnr, I). C. (). C. if mi 11 ! tn Pi n.i. (lent s proelaination iued this week, in ubmittiii'; We take plea-ui- e the Democrats continue to publicly sneer nt reciprocity and privately this our tu.--t annual ?tutemciit to the now a? mI'o ii deadmit it to be a boon to the cummer- - public. a-We have . , . pository - anv in the State, and cli n"d agricultural interests ot the -' the ot'liims corpora' United Stntes. ."special attion'' and individual'. Kcliunj:e The Senate Finance Committee, tention to collection-- . will next week decide what action it bought and Mild on the piiueipal citie of the I'nited State-- . wid take on Senator Stewart's bill r. John II. B.irnc-- , for the free coinage of silver. Pre cut indications arc that it will be Having bmirl.t tlu, l.u.-Business of K. W. Pin lor. I wish to inform tho favorbly reported. ,l ,1,,, jr,.i.r:il p'i'.li.- tint Sib, and Feel business at tho Postmaster-Gener- al Waiiamaker old st.,.... and nls m hand l'.I'Cfi I KS, WA( i( INS and and all the rest of the postal officials (' l! 1'S of the latest ami must approved make. regard the decision of the Supreme Don't forifet tli.it the Hartford Transfer is still to the front in Court in favor of the constitutionaliliehalfiif thedruiiimer.iud tmveliiiir public, l'leaso law as n great ty of the mo a .all TIIWF.F. TIM PS DAILV. help to them in their light they have EIor--- o !. been making upon various lottery busies a:u wuijons for salo or hire at all times. Sposla men for the violation of the law. attention given to all stock entrusted to my care. Siver and the tnriti'urc not the onYours Very Respectfully, ly tilings about which there are scii-o- us C. Xj ZESartfcrcl, ISZy. differences of opinion in the Democratic ranks i.i Congress. Representative Bowers, of California, gave the "peanut" Democracy a seining on the floor of the Houc this week, and 1 told them somo disagreeable truths 1JA sv V0 7ivat vl He said the people of the West wanted appropriations fur the improvement of their rivers and harbors, for tho erection of necesarv public v U 'l ! O IMni .- ".nO IS buildings, and for tho survey of the unsurveyed lands of settler". He warned the Democratic party that its present policy, it peisisted in, MFFTS ALL DAILV pleasant s would certainly icsidt in defeat at the Presidential coming election and that the party which that the TarUlesChUlTonic which lias SfiLi ftp.1 VA and K'vcu wich un.vcrsal MtUfa-tion- . took a 0 cent niekle a" the measure -i Sala 1 B & v;1,i,!,-vo1c:'rour neiKhho,s talking uWn A TO ALL. of the American people, as the Demo' ' t Gmhvi'.'s. To set the orieinal J VU JLffl Y V mil et'iiiime T.Ttlrki Chill ip. nt. i crats propose to do, would certainly p, ways nsl: for nuovi'.'s, mil don't - pt untried sulistitutis, claiming to thrown get left. The advice wa he juntas pod. Tiiktvlc sihiinWc liolds fall fi m. ami cr.i.tnins,3 doai.-s- , while many of the ncu. tiutrinl ti.stiK-stonics oulv holil .jij o.s. nnd has been away, as "niggardliness" contaiin hut twenty-fou- r to thirtv ilr't-,- , (nove's Tonic is as larue as anv lol-J. as the Demociatic motto. adopted tonic and retail-n i() ce.ns. .Mini n Tiut u i il liv I'A'ltIS ALIKF. MnmCIN'K COMPANY, 6;. Louis, :i. . Sold ,y all )ni;KlNtM. Representative Hobnail's sweeping order to the Chairman of House Committees having appropriation bills in SFKl'IAIi ATTK.NTIOK hand, to cut down tho estimates of the Secretary of the Treasury twenty Given to the Traveling Ho. 3 0. Ladies' Cushion Tires, Ho. 1, Solid Tires, per cent, regardless of necessities, is tricj $85oo a specimnii of Democratic StatesPublic. no. l, uusmon iires, manship. No. 4, Convertible Solid Tiros, $05.00 'A $85.00 rHiliil('iirriiiilitii'i in tin1 llipimif". Mr. Grover Cleveland, for eight yeais the solo nnd only Muinbo Jumbo of that combination of odds and ends known as the Democratic party, has been effectually dopiwd by the Tauiinany and this week, this mice mighty mogul passed through Washington on bis way home from the South, spending nearh an hour at the railroad station, and not one single individual took tho trouble to go there to meet him, although his comSuch inciing was dents ns this, small though it be of itself, tell more than columns of laHad tho Demobored argument. crats in Congiess not regarded Mr. Cleveland ns a political they would have crowded that railroad station to pay him their reswell-knoback-numbe- I If tho beautiful weather contin lies, farmers will soon bu busy burn iuif plant beds it d sutuinjr "ills. Tho lenp yinr party wluoh was ijiviMi nt Mr. A. W. Millst' nm- - nijhi liei week, wii highly I'liji-u-l.y ail who intended. .. ! u M. V II It .'I.. ..,, been quilo ill for s.uiu tint ', is m'ovv ! iiupinviui;. Tia is Maple is confined In his room with pneumonia. . Tho jjrip bus passed through our vicinity and almost every family has been attacked by thu fearful dNeaso. Dr. IJu! I'iille wax Nitiiii; Kin one din lust week. I From nnd after this date, wo will sell our lino of heavy' Hoots at, AMAZINGLY low prices, so low that it will pay our customers to buy Hoots for tho bad winter, We which FOSTER says must come. have h)0 PAittS that must go, are going now. Come in. Corn taken for BOUTS. Also, a few CLOAKS, especially in chil-dresizes that are going at SLAUGHTER. ns .. liiHper Pattern nuido a f! injr tiip prices. Kospoetfully, JIOCKEil CO, HEAVER DAM, KY. s w lien in Owcnshoro, call al the Beaver Dam tPOS HANK SIO FURNITUE STORED MARTIN A SMITH Wv have the largest KTOHi and ARTIft! & SMITH. 'The Furniture Men." I 4V 1 -- ,.....,,", J bu-ine- Ca-hie- & L. - FIELB, Proiwietoir. l.ier. L.-e?' anti-lotter- ie FIELD, AS t L.lllh. .'". r-- CASEBIER'S 'BUS nri I O'Sy-.A- a&!wrSyi up A 01STE3 PRICE Mil lira: O .'.VI lJ,Vv 61' IJ If'HITTTIP'"!!'IILaJ flii - I . !n-(- s LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. Ladies' Solid Tires, Tho "yivo-Ceia- t" Congress. Attention, Republicans IKrntn Kutu rii'MV W'iililiiuiiiii.J Ch'm'n 4th Cong. Dist. Hep. Com. According to the basis given above tho counties of the district will ho entitled to the following representation: 4 Brcckcnridgc. . . 18 Bullitt 12 1" Green The fnneial of Bev. Duniel James, (J i ay son 14 Hart lo (I ex - Presiding Khler of the Bowling Hardin 7 Marion 10 Larue Green District, will ho preached at Meade 11 Ii Nelson j the Colored Methodist Church, Hay-Tigr- Ohio 8 Tiiylor. II ti, Sunday at 3 p. in. r. Wie-lnn'to- n Three hundred and fifty thousand German colonists, mid several million in the famine stricken district of Voiijii are perishing unattack aided. Starving peiiMiuts buildiiirs in which tlmy am likely to find plunder with which to secure food. Tho Car has "fivun tvont- fivn million dollars from his iiriwito iiiirso to ndievu his People, and still the misery noes on. In faeo of lho"o facts our Lower llouso has disgraced itself by refusing an appropriation to convoy donations Nek'rnin to suffering,' humanity. braska bus jruuraiitoed sixty carloads of com which will reach tho seaboard about tho first of no.t mouth. If tho brotherhood of man bo more than a ghastly fareo, Messrs. Pendleton, Kilgore, Chipmun and Ilobuaii wiU'wit'idniw their unseemly objections, and aid American farmers in spreading tho jjospol of puaeo and ifood-wi- ll. 1 1 tho 4th Congrcsssional District. of Ho. 3, '""' In accordance with the provisions of tho call issued by tho Statu Control Committee .fail. 2!)lh, 1 hereby call a district convention to moot at Eliabothtown Tuesday, March 211, 1S92, for tho piirposo of soloetiuir dol-fjates two delegates and two alternate to represent tho 4th Congressional district in the National Republican Convention which muotsat Alin ?apolis Juno 7th; to select district officers of tho Stme Convention and to transact such other businoss as may bu presented. Tho vario'is County Committees will call County Conventions to select delegates for tho district and will piocood in inuuuer and form prescribed in tho e II recently issued by tho Statu Central Committee, Each county will bo entitled to ono voto for uvory 100 votes, or fraction over ")() votes cast for President Harrison in 1SSS. Cou-vonti- ou, mmiwm 1 'M3i T&f0! mimm& v'.rr - $35.00 LOVKLL AltU (Hon A LI. our? Tires $85.00 fi ? s. x3fe rsF9 X-- A . No. 4, C, " Cushion Tires, vni7.X r"l . 'I ' $05.00 'Xt&rrrrS. U7A y No bottor Warranted I'AUTS machlnomadoat any prlco. Bicycle Catalopo Freo. Inlercliange-able- . IS. . , - - .. n. - -- Ztv.. iX"- 7 ,TOI-ITS- X AJFZS1 MAr!UFAGT,HCr,.n., iv.. " t-7- i". "' S7 i !rlih(n:i!n'':rnfrrrr "' -- ''"'i ' PCTClN, MA53. ' - " ul ' $85.00 CO., ' V- -t : Also cliiss kw.s a fir,s - r,iTTnnivTT r a ooxw EiU KxXIaL JCi iJAOOJCiJi. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. A Siiv(ki'V mikI' Feed Slahle,vherej jou can Iiav4 jour Horses Fed. and jrel da.v 8 Fino Lino of O. M, Baiiniht, w. hcsl of i FRESH BREAD, liaiul- nilil. e,s,!;S, "v,H,r or Cakes, etc., always on ousters and in any style. Will Servo nt all times i 1 " I m k i8 to a Wk. Onu Mi Ii Order. Street. Telephone 208. No. 121 Main Qwensboro, Kentucky. FAIR BROS. c& CO, A SMALL BLAZE. PERSONAL. Muster Douglas Felix isijuito III. Marvin Beau bus gone to Mom-ph- is. ' HOSINE. KY. Jncoh Whobery cited of la gripno nnd pneumonia ut Ins home in tlie upper parf of town, Jan. .'11, '112. lie was a good man. Wo feel the loss of such men. Tho Flames Lapping at tho Anderson's Bazaar. whicli bas but ONE PEICE that the lowest Mild you will always be sure to get full value for your money. A 11 avIk) buy goods of"Sara & Mc"get them rt lowest cash priecs.withoutany "iew- ' lllff or dickering. We sell HUJNJiST GOODS at HONEST PRICES. TJcmcmber the BAZAAR if you want at. County's Property. k ftavc money by buying goods of a Store Wo, I Russell, i Massackelt, WILL BE Next President If he gets nominated by the Democratic Convention and receives more votes than the Republican nominee. About livo n'nlnptt Wndnnsdiiv nvnn. L. II, Condit was in- - town Weding, the alarm of fire was given, and nesday, it was soon discoveied that the smoke-houi'E. V. Milligau wont to Evansvillo in tho jail yard was burning. Monday. In two minutes a hundred willing E. W. Ti.ylor wont to Owonsboro hands weie carrying and hurling water on the llames, and in ten min- yolorday. utes tho lire was subdued and the jnil B. I). Itingo went to Ilopkinsvillu was safe. The building though conI uosday. siderably damaged is not totally mined. Lo", aliout 820. J. A. Smith went to Rock-por- t C J. J. Til ford was at home with his family hist week. Mra Cynthia Hughs, widow of Mcicdith Hugh'', ha been giautcd n pension. John Miller, who has been sick for two weeks, is convalescent. J. S. It. Wedding was in town Saturday. V NOTCH. 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 The world tv.n't beat our bucket brigade. Ouo of our best hnd lots of "firo wntor"' on, yet ho did so effective work insido tho department. .Inn Polk was at home attending his sick wife and did not know of t!iu fire till tbu firo brijjndo was on bund and at work. Jailer Thornton savs lin ioeetid to fiy his bacon at the proper time, but to have it all fried at once was more than be bargained for. Tho colored citions worked nobly and earnestly. Our colored brethren can !) dupuudud on when tho fiery oleiiieuts attempt to destroy property. Morton John l County .ludj-Miiindedtho alarm. Ohio County,!) uitiuus eau depend upon the Jude to watch their property and see that it does not '( to destruction. Dr. John White hunted for tho hottest plneo and found it on top of tho kitchen, where tho flumes worn leapJack is a ing from the meat-bou"from away back"' as has boon demonstrated by his work hero on uioro than one occasion. firo-fiirhtconl-houj se. firo-figh- ter We Have Defeated Ail competitors in our contest for public and favor. We thank you all for good-wihope to greet thousands at our counters Come and during the next few weeks. ll John Beau caught a coal of firo in his trousers pocket as it rolled from tho roof. It did not take .Mm long broken to find out that a firo had out in a now place and it did not re quire a second al.irm liolorti llio lire Lois in this was eMingiiished. was trifling. T. J. Morion, the hustling young groccrynian, has added u new show window and other improvements to hi grocery on Market Street. I see our surprises. not teach here this Spring. Many friends here regret very much that she is not nblo Saturday. to take charge of the school. Good Dr. J. P. William'", Owensboro, is openings for a good, live teacher. in town. ItoA. mm II. P. Taylor went to Cromwell Notice. Wednesday. Is hereby given that ax my stepFred Bariich wont to Louisville sons, W. J. Dawson nnd J. II. DawWednesday. son arc doing for themselves, I will Ansel Wilson, liosinc, was in no longer lie responsible for their acts and trades. Itesp'y, town Monday. Ai.t.i:.v Kind, Jit. S. W. Molhershoad, Select, was in town Tutkulay. CENTRAL GROVE. Feb. ().- - Many of our farmers Dr. J. II. White wont to Louisare busy clearing ground and ville yesterday. for another crop. Bjavor D.un, was Shelby Taylor, Mr. I). E. Ward and wife, of No in town Sunday. Creek, were the guests of Mrs. W. I!. P. Hockor, Beaver Dam, was N. Pirtle Saturday and Sunday. in town Saturday. Bro. Tom Morton will preach at tho schoolhouso third Sunday in this Estis Taylor, Beaver Dam, called month. to seo us Monday. Mr. Dan Aultmire and Miss Ei!a John J. Milliniy rtturned from Woodward attended church at No Loiiisviilo Sunday. Leo Creek Sunday. J. E. Howe returned from Owensboro Sunday. 15. X. Graves, Pleasant BidgOi & was in town Wednesday. Mrs. Nancy JCollins (on!.) is sick at her homo on Walnut Stieet. ... T. B.iioand J. M. Hollo way, Itosiue, wero in town Wednesday. W. 1). Smith, Ensor, is visiting un- tho family of S. S. May this weok. M. L. I lea v rin went to Owonsbo-1- 0 i i Thursday last, returning on Moncar- day. l Misses Lizzie Moore and Jessie lnm-Ford, two of Hartford's most estimable young la'lies, made us a pleasant call Tuesday. B, j ' Mrs. Elizabeth Woodward Friday to her homo in Ow' ensboro, after eight weeks visit to, her son, W. T Woodward. will pro-paring ned Mis Dora Gibson - IIOX KSTLY MADE SOLID LEATHER SHOES for Women, Misses, Boys or Children. No pasteboard or paper about our shoes, 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 Trimmings,Kid Gloves,Corsets or Millinery Goods of any kind? If you are, you may find it to your interest to call on Sara A 11 - & Me. - College Happenings. FAIR BROS, N. N fc fc CO., Props. T- - J- - HAItTFOlfil) TKMPLH of FASHION M. V. R. R. ' I fancy new supply of Maple eerie, which he propose to cell price never licluro heard of. ,orI" h?' JVm,ivrc:i:'1 .U Ti;u.si.i:Kiii:r:uinii TIHI.NS IIUINlI wK.sr. Na 5. Malt Iiu. 7, l.lmrlr.l anli:irr i:irr(iOINO TIUIM KST Il.lur ll.wr. x. . Mr. W. H. Burtiii has moved his pleasant little family to Hartford. They are occupying the Taylor properly on North Mulberry Street. All the hor-e- . that we will sell in Hartford, are line saddle and bar-nc- s stock. MlXTON No e, Hull ami Nn a, l.lliil("li:i'ri' Kirr !' i' .Stock FIMi).Vv7 FKHl.UAI.YTijlM. Bead l'rt-i-- it TllOKNTON. "Hil."ofSar.it.Mp. chow chow ut T. .1. Morton. New (lOOllr. Anderson's Bazaar i pri'ptring for a big Spring trade, and are ottering (So to Malm's for Jspriny many articles at Si'i:ci.i. Phut., mi of as to reduce stock, and make room for new goods. Mies Sallie Coleman, who, closes a very successful tcool at ..Ktnaville, fell last Saturday and sprained her ankle. She suffered coninconvenience from the siderable sprain, but was so far recovered as to lesuinc school on Wednesday. Don't forget the here the 2.1lh. big horse talc Once again we have the pleasure' of relating the happening of a week at the College. We are still of the opinion thai Hartford ha- - the finest school in ihi- - put of the country. The teacher and students are doing . splendid worK. L. M. Bender and sister, Mi Mary, W. F. Seliapmire and Mi Lura W illiaiiK', Marvin Bean and Miss Ada Porter, J. S. Vaught, .' , attended C Mier.ll E.eici-e- s on last j Friday m. ning, Itev. (i. B. MeDjtmld, (ireenville, pastor of the C. P. Church at this place, gave the school n call Monday did morning. But owing to We not conduct General Kexereise. hopeBro. McDonald will favor with hi presence again soon, and be able to treat the school with one of his line talks. Mrs. J. S. Vaught, MUses Jessie Ford.MattieSandel'ur, Lulu Walker, Prof. Hawkins Dr. E. B. Pendleton honored the school with their presence at General Exercises Monday morn, I WHITESVILLE, KY. Oo to Knlin'H for Style of Men's ami Hovh' Hats. Knhn has the Finest Line of Clothing in Ohio county. The Cheapest anil anil Best Line of Clothing at Kudu's. Some clever counterfeiter parsed several $2 bills at Jones' Station that he (Jo to Kalin'i for your Best and had raied to 820 bilk dipt. S. K. Finest Line of Clothing. Cox, of this city, detected the disCall on Sara it Me for Tobacco guise in a bill sent from that neighborhood to the Bank, and we now Cotton. Il'ri awful cheap. learn tho fellow is in jail at Owens-bor- o. Call on T. J. Morion for fresh You can't fool the Captain Orange, Lciuoiih. Apples, XntsAc. with a counterfeit. only the bent, solid .Sara it Me Mr. Henry Anil has moved to Auall leather Shoes for women ami chilburn, Logan county, where he is in dren. Hartford society the drug business. Forlrenh Pig's Feet, Mnckeiel, can ill atlbid to give up such valuaWhite Fish and Herring, go to (5. ble members as Mr. A nil and his acCo. L. Klein complished wife, but while Harford For conveyance to and from Beav- loses, Auburn gains. Mrs. Anil re er Dam, leave your orders with membered the Hi:ririii.ic.VN with her subscription before leaving. Caeebicr & Burton. t The Piogrcosive Euchre Club met ut the residence of Mr.'J. A. Thomas last Tuesday night. An infant child of Thomas Taylor, near Beaver Dam, died Wednesday and was buried yesterday. Sunday School Convention. satukday's ritOllllAM. Devotional Exercise. Welcome Ad- Kesponso dress Win. Milligau. Bellamy. Aims and Finpnc of the Association il. W. Lytic. Outlook W. G. Dunfor the Sunday School If you want a good, scrvicable can. The Vital Question It. 1. horse, buy one from Minion it ThornHockor. The Teacher Adapted to ton, when they ariivo with that car- his Important Work Jo l'ark. Dinload. ner. '1 he Missionary Spirit in the I). Cohuuaii. On last Friday morning the Central Sunday School J. Tobacco Warehouse, of Edwards, Consecration Wayhind Alexander. Barnard it Co., Louisville, was BOEN. burned. To the wife of E. C. Build, the (5th inst., twin boys; weight" and 5 pounds. Mother and children doing well. Dr. L. T. Cox attending physician. Mooro handsomely Miss Lizzio To the wife of J. B. Itownn, tho entertained tho young folks last Fn-.da- 10th inst., a fine girl; weight 10J night, tho occasion being a pounds. Dr. L. T. Cox attending "Cimjuo" party. physician. To tho wife of Tom Crowder, near B. MeDouald filled his Jtev. G. jregular appoiufnont here Sunday and Itosiuc, ou tho 7th, a fine boy. To the wife of J. D. Baize, llortou, .Sunday night. His discourses wero ou the 8th, n fine boy. very interesting, " If you want hauling n8, siuglo or doublo, saddle horses, or want your liorscs fed, hayed or hitched, call on .1,000 disebier it Burtou. re y Mr. Nat Wallace, an old gentleman, living near Trisler, dropped on dead m his field of heart-failuTuesday, Wanted."" Dr. ami Mrs. J. S. Coleman went to Greenville Friday, returning Monday. Tho Doctor delivered two able eermons to his church there. bushels of Corn. Will pay 45 cents cash. McHenry Coal Co, McHenry, Ky. Feb. U, '92. Oscar Johnson, who left this place four or five ycais ago and went to Kansas, has returned, and is living in Uncle George Brook's residence. 1). F. 'Brook has bought and is now livinu' in the handsome residence of Mrs. Daily, Pat McBrady is having the Itum-ag- e housa fixed up, and will deal iu gro. des, hard-war- '" etc. Our new shoemaker, Mr. C. Hall, is getting all the work lie can do. Trade in all lines of business is getting better every day. Ollie Hay nes and 'Miss Lulie Comp-towill be married Feb. 13th, at 7 This is straight goods. p. hi. Our sick folks ate all improving. Our high school concert took in over sixty dollars. This speaks well for the "git up and git" in our excel lent teachers, Prof. Stum and Mis Allie Lilsey. They are teaching the best school that lias ever been taught in this place. Dr. T, J. Wedding's new house is ucaniig completion. Miss Ettic Litsey is very sad. Her "Pet Kitten" is very sick. My girl may not be the sweetest singer of Michigan, but site is the champion sheet slinger of this country. ing. W. Hicks will leave Whites-vill- e D. H. Godscy, Olaton, attended in July, to accept a positiou in General Exercises Monday morning. a paint shop in Chicaco, 111. J. Pax. W. D. Smith, Elisor, a former al of Hartford College, visited student Grayson Republicans. the school several days this week. The Republicans of Grayson county Dr. E. B. Pendleton treated the are called to meet in Mas ConvenPhysiology class to another one of his tion nt court house in Leitclifield.Ky., 181)2, nt 1 o'clock p. m., for line lectures Monday morning. This Feb. 22, the purpose of electing delegates to N a good claaiid is under the charge the District and State Convention, of Prof. Win. Foster. which will beheldatt,ouisvi!lo March The District Convention Mrs. I). E. Thomas h.n a good oO, 189a. will be held at Elizabcthtowii March clas in niuic. 21), at !i One set of Prof. J. D. Coleman's class hf Com- delegates o'clock a. m. will answer for botli Conposition have essays every Fiidny ventions. D O'Rii.ky, afternoon, which are enjoyed by all Ch'iu'n Grayson Co. Itep. Com. who hear them. BEDAaVy" Dr. Alexander has line classes in Feb. 10. W. E. Bennett went to Grammar and Arithmetic. They are Pleasant Itidge Monday to attend so interested in their work that they selnjol. do not slop on Friday, but meet evBorn, to the wife of E. C. Baird ou ery Satuiday morning to discus the litli inst., twin boys, weighing 5 and u' pounds respectively. Dr. L. special points. T. Cox nttending physician. The Societies arc booming. The Marion Hicks, who is attending It. 10. C's have 13 bright, working school in the Point, was here Satur-day- . members. The young ladies are Ike Axton, Owensboro, was in our thoroughly interested in their work, last and have a fino society. Thoy meet town I Saturday. We 'arn with regret that Mr. J. afterin the music room every Frid.iy K. Shaver is going to leave us and The Adclphlan Society go to Livcrmorc. He is a good and noon at 1:20. has .'51 members and meets every Fri-da- useful citizen, and wo uie sorry evening in the College, and have that wchuve to loso him. Mrs. G. W. Bennett and Mrs. S. A. active members. They are no lets Bennett nroboth rapidly improving. work than the interested in their Mr. Chapman Crowe is ill. Mrs. "Bob" Rowan is sick. young ladies, and alsohavoa splendid Rev. W. E . Cook has returned to society, as will be proven to tho pub. his work at Owensboro. lie in the near future, Jlw Willie Rowan is ill, Mi?s Aila Poiter entered school Rev. It. D. Lashbrook has returned Monday. from Pleasant Hill, whero ho had Miss Mary Bender attended Gener- been conducting n protracted meeting. He reports a prosperous meetal Excrei" Yednesday morning. B. N. Graves, Pleasant Itidgc, and ing in progress. Republicans, let's nil attend tho a former student, visited tho school Maw Convention to bo held in HartWednesday morning. ford in the near future, thereby show-in- g Mom: Anon. to tho world that wo still have faith in tho Republican doctrines, that wo endorse the present wise and A Card. patriotic Administration. Hoping to Fixi.cw ItiiHinucANs or Ohio to seo Republicanism triumph iu evCounty: Having been urged by ery State and county in tho U. S. A., 1 am your humble scribe, L. XIV. ninny of you for Slnto Central Coma ai mitteeman, and having consented to Republicans Come. beck the position,! find to attain same Tho Republican of Ohio county will cause strife in the ranks of tho nre requested to meet in Mass Convenparty, and believing ns I do that the tion at the court house iu Hurtfurd, success of the party is of more imporMonday, March 7, for tho purpose of tance hau that of any individual, I electing delegates to tho District Conhave decided to desist from any furwhich meets ut Elizabeth-tiwii- , To vention ther controversy in tho matter. March 29, and also to the those who have reposed in me such Stato Convention which meets nt implicit confidence, I owe- sincere i Louisville, Murch 30, and to reor thanks and am most grateful for the ganize) tho County Committee Itesp'y, honor conferred, J. 8. It. Wkuuino, Ch'nt'n. J. S. It. Wi:ni)iN(i. Jo. B. RooKttS, Sec'y. n IVTothing pleases a customer so well as to know that he she buvinnffoods as FINE HORSES! low as anvone else.or Kurilis fe Mo. soil tn nil Messrs. Minton lIike. "ONE PRICE TO ALL"is our motto. will arrive Tidyou ever try a pair of Anderson's Thornton next week with their shoes for Ladies ev- mocK, aim iu uuui 0ry-da- y wear? The Bazaar has sold this shoe the I air Grounds s for 10 They will please you. Try til the sale. They them will nave one tlmt. is Stnnrtnrd Af i"W of our customers declare that when tny il to secure any late fabric or and Registered. They novelty in dress goods or trimmiugs at the will bring Mary sired bv Pandams son Bazaar, that it is useless to look elsewhere. of Mambrino Russell, 17 ve,T person pays the same price for the same article at the Bazaar. first dam by Robert If you havn't time to come, just send your little McGregor, record of 2:17. This is a great cliiiu, as it can buy goods as cheap as yourfilly, and will make self, from a trotter sure; and also bring Phantaga- nette, by Teller, he by Alcalde, her first tytB'B'BiBBBBB'fmmeifmTwmBnwim dam by Pierson, he U Wear-Foreve- r" by Ilambletonian. t. id. "wx:i1x1x.&.:Lvd:s -- mm t.yrrmraM mm This marc is fine,and a trotter can show a 2:40 gait; also will cSnOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST bring Annie Bettie C, the greatest sires that ever lived. They are AVifkes, a specialty. A large stock of L, and those rep best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farmresent the blood of ing Implements on hand. Call on him. Hat-ti- e Horse-shoein- g Gay,Ca-talp- BLACKSMITHING. a, J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Shorthand. Tcieqraphv. &c.n Write foh Catalogue and Full Information. tt--J (. descendants of such great sires as George Robert Mc- Onward, Gregor, Chief, Mambrino, mmm & STMTiei Draws College n Hambletonian, Alexanders, Abdallah,and other great sires that are the foundation of all trotters. This is only a partial list of their stock, and they many others that are equally as good and well bred, that will show for themselves on day of have sale. HI? fal I S 1 3 FilfM WI D "fc Tl V aUL.C,iiVT B R H O " i?iujAm F&2E&m.t. iiiinmn hi AiiMra Hl&iWill RINrKSm B 1 5 E if v Monday at Lexington; 53 head brought $150,725, an average of $2,957 a piece. Let us raise some of this kind. STf.NUAflD rORtfCCNTUR'' than now. They sold out of sight on last Never were prices higer for good horses Jhe Pittsburgh 01 is one efe seems to be It seems JU to reach the end as to goodness of nn-islie- d. iventions that lamp uiose ln- - iX AST t& nJBADI M &r TWINBROTHERS 0RYHOP YEAST ISjfi rort ease of anagcment. The only care it requires is illing and wiping. Dirt falls out when the :hinniey is taken off, not into i pocket as in other central-- 1 .'.aught lamps. Putting iu a new wick is a very easy matter indeed. All this seems strange to one who knows how troublesome other good lamps are. It is in all the good lamp-jtore- s. Send for a primer. Prt.burcb, ra. Pittsburgh Brass Co. and v.wMmw'. ;m g n c in RHSOUUOES. levery way, Bills discounted 800,741.10 1 1 Ileal estato H or thi: At the Cloapnl Illltlup.s, 1), Statement of the Condition I Ml;:, nnd Miliinlllml to llip Mtnckinlilor's Sf rpllngr Jim. I), isua. Jnnuitry Furniture and fixtures. Bonds Debts in suit Expenses pAid Cash in safe Cash in other banks . . . ', . . . 3,000.00 1,000,00 1,341.67 773.52 32.20 0,320.72 1G,325,C7 102,534.90 LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits Due other Bank Dividendsiunpaid Profit and loss S. K. Cox, 830,000,00 59,031.57 280,39 208.00 3,000.03 802,534.90 Pkesidext. S& m QOICK W. T. McKENNEY, Notico of Disolution. attncralii hcrtoforc existing between C. M. Bamctt anil K. V. Milligau under the firm name Burnett & Milligau, publishers of the Hartford Rei'ULUoan, is dissolved, E, V. Milligan having sold half interest in said paper to Jo. I). Rogere.JJ TLo O. M, Bahnett, K. V. MiLuriAN. DENTIST BEAVER DAM, KY. be in his office from the first tho 15th of each month. Office) over Bank. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Will RISEft LIGHT BREAD .A 1 1,1103 VCAST CO UCTROirMtCH lion file In PMIaarl.taU al tho NawapaiMr Adfar tlilna' Areacr of Maaara. N. our auilioriawl aaanla rr' "i nja.nu 'jwn,iMar.'. J DEDA, ICY. Feb. I, 'iU- .- Mis. H. A. Benin tt Mis. ii, w . Ueiuiiit 11 is improving. FKIIJAV, lT.IIl.U.W.'Y ll lN'- (NEW YOIJK) Mis. Ciirv Wind is tuiiiiowhut better. 'ill. Mrs. J os so Shaver sick. Mis. Dr. Talma&o's Now Year's - Berla lloiiui'tt is ill. Maxims. M.1U1 ii ttiu host venr of !l vour flu? a Larger Daily Circulation than Stephen Hcunetl, Echols, spent any nthw Republican Newspn lifo- - tliu lirilit.!."'. tlm !iiiijiii'.t Saturday mid Sunday with his par .in I per in America. cuts heio. (.'. A. Leach i in Owens-horo- . t!w liL"t. Imlni'i . otir li"itl uiili L. 11. Loach, Ciniuwell, spent llio fri'Muus of tlm illuming, nnr' WEEKLY. DAILY, Saturday and Sutidav lien. Will Wltll till' !IRlliU ! iliu diiwn. Funnels 1110 beginning to talk liy jriiod ilt'iulu itli'l tiioiilili Tlie Aggiossivi; Republican Journal about another crop. lo iniiku this tlm must tiiumplmnt Col. C. M. Bainett win in our of the Metropolis. year of your lifo. As u series of town Tuesday. J. W. Bryant, who short maxims to curry with you ' lin hoen at the hod side of his sick through this year, lot mo ivo you j PAPER FOR THE MASSES. wife, near Kosiuo, has lctuined home. ' those. Mnkt every day lie-- in mid John Gorman's family have been Founded December 1st, 1887. and end with (od. . ... . sick, hut are hotter. Lorn XIV. Uo content with what you have. Have a hearty, joyful family altar j Circulation over 100,000 WIIErnOUJJOVEMSBORO ' in vour domestic circle. Kill vour homo with a much j;ood The Press is tho nrjjiti. of no tacreading and hrit;lit nunic as your tion; pulls no wiles; has no animosimenus will allow. ties to avenge. Think ill of none, hut well of all. h rtl 'Xt&L The most remarkable Newsparsjr&w If fort ii no favors you. think of r3!K$ttY. ur.rv per Success in New York. others. T1IK 1'IU.SS Itn Millniinl Don't sliiuii; he rt'al. Client) nens, vulgar sensations and ji t.A t r-u',in jxjnfii?jMHn wacKacttfeK-V?;!Keep liusy and oii nill keep trash find no place in the columns of healthy. THE PRESS. Till-- : PRESSJia- - the brightest Kespeet all sacred things. page m New York. It spark- For the fined and Mutt Arthtic Work, (.Sod. Love les with points. sue or ttyle. Fralerica Ut., between The Press Sunday Edition is a wii and Ith. (into? 3rd splendid twenty page paper, covering School Roport. JJelow is given tlio average grade every current topic of interest. The Press Weekly Edition contains oi'scholair-hiand deportment of the all the uood things "of tlio Daily and students of Cenlial Grove school for Sunday Editions. For those who cannot iill'ord the the past five months. Maxium 10: Stanley Dcmpsey '.(.."j, MatttcJ. Howe Daily or uiu prevented by distance from early receiving it The Weekly i T !).o, Leona (J. iicrryiiuiu !).!!, lWa Leading Pkotographer. n splendid substitute. F. Carson ) o, Bel tie Williams ',).', Pictures In Every Stjle and Size. Luatiiia Ford 0.5, Eva Tichenor !).5, nttOIUM Erma Tiehenoi 'J.., Mat tie Tichenor AS All ADVERTISING teyOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged The Pros has no sitpeiior in i).5, Minnie JUyres iU, Ida Ballard A SPECIALTY. New York. 9, Dela Ballard I), Willie Ballaid Sfulioon Main, hetween Lewis & 8.5, Cicero Morris 8, Fuirimui Daviess Streets, THE PRESS 9.5, Chester Lee Loney!). OWEXtiBORO, KY 1 hi Utit and 87m0 Within the tench o) all, John P. Berryninn 9, Vetna Bishop Cheapest Xewtpapcr inmerica. 9, Everett Tichenor 8.5, Den Will-inm- s A.I. 00 8, Mertic Bishop 8, Carrie Snell Ilnlly unit .Sumln.'i, oho lrur, tl i!sr (I month. . -'-.TO 8, Charlie Carson 8, Ada Ashhy 9.5, ,1.1 one Orvillo Bishop 9.9, Bishop 9.5, Hnll.v only, onp Yrnr, . . . x.oo ' 1.00 lour nioiillii. Morris Sueil 9.5, Cora Lee Howe 9, No ml n oik- - Yrnr, . U.OO I. OO Chester Bishop 9, Nora Howe 9 WooUI.v l"rrono Yrnr Worth Tichenor 9.5, James Ballard Send lor The Pros'" Circular. 8.5, Richard Ballard 9, Flora Everly Samples free Agents wanted ev9, Samuel Everly 8, Harry Everly 8. Kay McKcrnnn 7.5, Willie Boss 9, erywhere. Liberal coniniis.-ion- -. IJarUbr(UUi)ul)licSui he P3?eSS; For mQLUT-a- . jz& jW EYE- SEEfM af tft9.T j' 1SSS- ... ( j. .it, iititiiuij nut. u. t rlla. Jtlll.n... t.iuvu purrri) iioino " Hiirlnv, l.,Miyi "AnerlrjIiiK of every known rcinccly, 1 rcinuxed n liirKxllnncii Z of two yciirn kIuiiiIIhb, from n a er ola lllly, Z lttitbrcaiiipllcutlouiior ; ' H QUINN'S OINTMENT, j tCEHnn ftjQQtnjBTBABX WARE. ' ltiis-olv- It la tho bot prcpnrntlon 1 linvoe rr n cl or tioiird S u 10 tin iiorbciucu. s of. 1 heartily Wchave hunilrtdt c such Ififlmonfalj. trlrt,S1..10 per bonis. AakyourdruUtrorll. Iflio n.svnil uiUc.iitaiiiinor f ll f r, for Ulal box. A AV. It. 1 HUY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. i iilfiiHi IS l:7jJ r.i . i i fi n v Vi 1 V Ti liTlTfTi Kill c y v' r v f r' !. THE ONLY B acSii .v&tll Sv!? S HO U3Jfl8Ar5i JL'ClilwVJiiiilVg " And a rood lamp C.Theo.Cain, sf .cniiirr. mm mm, tt. v: " wts 3033 m u t wK I.rokforttil'tt.irai. Tlir RocniSTPR. If lhn. Jli.iirr Crm.lir mlttnA- tlp yim wit t. .pml Inex i riinrnwil HI e Mm a litrp lfclv bv TAyV)i vil l must be simple; when it is not simple it is r-- r iwvi not good, sample, Jteaunjui, om tnese words mean much, but to sec" the Koclicstcr" yfTgiiC will impress the truth more forcibly. All mcul. tough and seamless, and made in three pieces o.i'y.i.S-it is jS-safMil unbreakable. Like Al.iddin'i of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," f r its mir- vclous lijit is purer and hnghtcr t mn g.is li.;ht, softer than electric light and more cheerful t'v.n ci her. i"i-- S7 'm mm &w$mK ?-- H ivv hm MUmtt i WWW! n irs ti n rn 'say r. ;. & l iv PIPES T ' PUBLISHED J NTJ IE T 'Jf,' " 1 (n ff .rv soi3 i-'- -'n mummi A i Y'sSV "'-- " csfro-il'- ie orKs?:i:u .azii co., ' f.jt.res! jmM'Jte in I .'ie in .. " l' ', .T' Afr .J.. 3 i vj fi.-J- : ri. riaa, .),- -, ,::2- I . jour . f.. r? cj. r; i ir"t .. n . -- J r - ARK YOU irvMmnnv SUBSCRIBER? IF WOT p H. K Clark, Is glob: The Best Newspaper of the Age! a hi j TT Ucr-ryn- ian .. (X-e- ar J&f Cnnafits of JO ntcs. Pays move for nvirs mn any ofier paper in the I'liltcd Mates, being re)ee trilli matter of interest o all classes, the agricultural, the mercantile and the professional, .hlroeates the principles of itc Ji'epidilican Party and publishes in fall flic speeches of its leaders. As the coming Presidential Campaign promises lo be the hottest ever contested, every llepnhlican should' become a subscriber and keen himself thoroughly in formed of what is occurring in the political icorid. Price SUBSCRIBE at once! UfSii YOUIi TO ITS, And it will receive wmi IS THE BEST. tOJTSIHUJ. $. 00 Per Year. jm11 Remit through J'ost masters and A'cicsdealcrs, direct to the Respectfully, or Dollie Dempsy 9, l'rnda Ford 8, Willie Pate 8, Erna Dempsy 8, Leslie Tanner 9, May Carson 9, Emma B. Howe 8.5, Joe Snell 7.5, Thomas Snell 8.5, Maude Park 9, Annie L. Berrymau 9, Ora Carson 9, Ollie May Bender 9, Nitie Dempsy 8.5 Cora Baird 9, Elijah Fotd 7.5, Ithoda Morris 7.5, Johnnie Downs 7.5, Jessie Don us 8, Dorcas Suell S, Hubert McGec 8, Mary Matthews 8, Ivy M. Kcriiau 9, Ada Park 8. L. B. Loni'.y, Teacher. Iluntin'c SiiiaKint. ut Night. There nro three ways by wliich musk-rat- s aro captured by shooting, by trapping and by spearing. A few may bo secured at night by creeping as nolse.css.ly na possiblo along tlio ereok edges and watcliing for them to crawl up on tlio bank to feed. In this they aro very dainty. Having secured a favorite- root, they approach cautiously tlio water's edge and dip H in and rub oil the mod, dip It in again and again until it is perfectly clean and suited to their taste, when it is eaten with evident relish, provided tho sportsman is MiflklentJy interested in tho process to Addrcs. .IS I'nrk THE PKESS. IrKw WM stwiro MA?Hinc CP. WWM We" GLOBK PRINTING CO.. ST. SliilVl BARMETT ' & ROGERS. Ilon,ru YorK- - 4tU.C. Ag ents Wanted! II. A. LOZEIEIiocCO., Wholesale Doalers, U)f 'IS. .)(). I'oplrs lliillctl 1'ri'i'. siL j HiMir Tor Cataloguo and Prices, writo tho Manufacturers, CLEVELAND, O. FINE SHOW CASES. for catalozue. TERRY M'F'G CO.. N ashvili 1510 Superior St. "The Ro-- SFROll j BEDA TO OWKN'SBOIK).? JH-:.Y- c. Tenn. SSaatil Happy and content Is a home with JUgllCsf ETC. Prenrietor. price pal I fu, r itllltl' pri,!lli fiitJIH . ' J. .J. . . ricn ana i:cd. ponri. uu each Sgcitlo "M way. ) oar putroiugr solic- Ultf. mcefor THE HEW WEBSTER Adjustable Extension Stand, uifiorwcit WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY I'. fQ I rr-wr rZV'.-l a Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSOPJ, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. c.ijs.e.u.c. O ' Ii w3aajus-jai,,a- Adaburj, Abbyviilf, ISttla, Iy " . J If 1nri F3 ME SHOW .lxc . . . Mwjiiie licnver Dam Dig CUjtij, ..' . . ....lr W I! . . ' .rfii L Tdir. Hampton fir cat.iloKtie. TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tehm. ra't. GASES. ii a K'O k r. n t a v is ::..:( 1 h n Wl ', 3 i ii j J a-- nianb ,,'hij. Ub . . A " wait A boat, however, is usually used, as tlio rats can be inoro easily and quietly approached on tho water. In this caso two persons occupy tlio tamo boat, the sportsman requiring a pusher. As this sport can only bo engaged in at night, the sky must bo comparatively clear, in order that tho hunter may liave tho advantage of tho moonlight, or, better etlll, bright starlight. A headlight, with reflector, is, however, sometimes used on tho bow of the boat, and this iirratigemcnt is frequently quite sue oessful during tho darker nights to one nufllclently well acquainted with tho hunting grounds. Baltimore Sun. Iltoil mxl IlPMifrnm Cover lo Cover. FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES. A Clarhnn, Cuneyvillr, Centertmm " GRAND fori'U'iy I'nmlly nml School. INVESTMENT " " STlvtl. ; r.oij ( j llrmn' run llliiem. rr nut nvsi'i:i'M. l'livfleluns I r V. . . . All dealers ha? trade-mnr- k Uei It. utid rei oniinei.M It. VI' SI in i.-- cro-i- l Uittlv. Rcnulnc red lines on r.ij ir. r & f '( "'Ml T."J-'- V .5:':f..'. tin .; n i i.u'iietli.ilL oIk a I.i;,.r:ii o;i la KH'funr'.'is i:i:ot'iin. nriitiii'i nml fiii.u Ard!ii.i.t,a l'liiji'n Ilriiiii'liit!-!- . 1'ia'uinoiu.t ui.il Co.LiUtiiiitiou Miit iilla ti'lljoii th.it i, , "i i Km liiii i ami (o'l t'liiU in D.'.itli .? tint a J I h ..J J U ii r J i'vi ,'. f , Milf.-nii- , TlinAiitIicnllaM'pljstci''HUnnbrlilccil nirtloimry. coiii)irIlns iKuenof 1HI14, 1), iiml'SI, (nllnllll ciinyrlRlitPil) lin liorn tlioiiiuchlv rrilficiliiiittrnlarccil. of Nonli l'orter, iniilrrtlin If.l'll ..... ....... ...( &J....1. "... . , ....u n a illstiiiculililiii; till''. Iisarn tho nauio htiii.i-lrtlo- (ralvo, . " " ... A'tfrIlM . r "IT STARTED WITHAGOLD.", lOli.V Pii.YllOMMi: -- Central City ICchots, . " ., . , ItllUIJ I lllflllj. II JUthttit .Sila I, bttiuw , occuplctl over tlinn n liundrcil etlltu lirlitc nniilnyecl,niid over 83(l(),(l(ii rxpi iiticd licruro the first copy wnMiriiitnl. enr. mm o rln.1 lulMircrn ten Tlio twirl, of WEBSTER'S International Dictionary. ..-.- Duncan D Smith. ) Triipii'iil I'itl'S'S'S mill Owonsb.-;ro, .i.ii.i... i y ,..:. s, ,t,ij,llij a onlii lii.mrli FordmUr, " . Jforton, " . Ilortc Jl ranch . Livermnre, TV nook SUnd, Munle PimiiI, jlt'w Suml. Alrrim Iliblo htand. Muwr MutHl.aU. lAmi.. Nnurfl, 1'arlor, Llbrnrr. omev. Dlrtlui ury nul ( hrt k.r hnnd nnd KamI, liant wuoil. rubU.l lltil.h. ItilKtit.--l lliilim. Iltlirhl ei(4'nfltl.&0 ln liiHfc WeUht U ll.,it.lii of V D I). I'licr.tS. KEKI t It .f 1(1,1 ur-llillHbJij-dKSt , lluatun, Jl . tra, SI VI Walilti-iui- i Uifcurv KtAnii, . ....II ' . . . . Ky. I'i .j with bo horioiH :i matter? Arujotiuuaruth.it i FDR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY tlio j run you ntlonl to neglect it? Can you tnilof H Saiidrrur. Wiloy. .!'' O'l tended to. ri J'nii.i ,S nyi'A BOLD QYALLDOOKOCLLCnS. ramj lilJt icnt Tiro ly the .iiblllicr. lete, nr.d eoniiurntlvelynorlhlen cclltlnn of Weluteriuo lieini; mnrlteted under various names nnd often Ly misrepresentation. Cautlnii Ii r.ocddl In iurclialni; n ni.liotogrnihleivpilnt9of nn obso- " . iMkhfitld, " ., ItOu'willr, " , Millwood, " . McIIenry, Morgantoivn " Mayan , ..I Mat A Mihrr I." a Xcutnu . ,""i Couglw, Colds and Consiuiiptioii u iKjvinti (jiicstiou crratrat of nlll k for It will iMink'rn licmi'diis?-- .....(... i.toiui Clinch in muMiittht Jiwiiiciiit'KiU'i 1,1- : . ..i:...... a ii u . i iirpCuiitiiiiiiitiiiM if ta't......ii.. null', n in i 'ii mil. i nun i rilli.lV it will iiiu'-m" You can t alinnl t i Iki witlio-i- t H A So lit Ixittii mn fix mJ m in tiinr, s! JO'iv iif.l,-i;- i t t f l', . t.'JIOf) i.i Doctor. lulls in:i'Mii jcir lit Ii I A-- C'ii,, 11 V,. tHnu II. lliioi.i'.i: to m '.' r a n ii n n r n ii n e n 'J a ' s e c c d i.. : h - " i . : : n : i.t, I : . 6' .1 I'fmliftnii . Sol Smith. Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXT0N, PROPRIETOR. Has jut heen repiiircil and newly furnished. Located close to Depot. s lunch. Give Good meals or first-clas- .GET THE BEST, The International, which bears Imprint of CO., I'lilillahers, G. & C. MtCItRIAM nu f'JLaulon. K , , Sprlngdrl.l, Mass., IT. H. A. Prinliis, " .. " THE WEEKLY iLISIIE GOHUQAu 5ao Year, 75c. nTUII)l.rljaraea.t;IIliiliKloD, Cintll Ppcrrniilurrhca. Viuleocclc uud UKSTOKI; l.c.l 1 1gor. Lie tl ami fsy tf satisfied. AdJrcit.VOH MOHL CO.. Sol America i.cab, (IbcIaaaU, Uata. We fend tho marvelcm French liemeJy CAUTHOS tn-r- , ami n k'trnl that Calthos will Pleaiant Ii'ubj' . J'oinl J'hiuant. . Jiockport, II' H Taylor. Jl Jlathwn. FM Taylor !l A Daniel fur Contnlni One lliii.ilf.il Sifilj-r(IcIIcIoimCiiiiiIj- hi i i.nil iUli'l;ly it home 'lliln linn's It fitui.uy utilnii uud (joneral lo'a. i tun!.'-In- rti:ny.vs n:ox !!Tri:iw ai.?iaao t r i; " " ifrtartj, " " Select, liocheitcr, Jtoiine, Shrcvc, it a dial. t ... ... ... ... ... U'PJlrmhr. . . . . (it'onje Maddor. !ra ' rMl1. f,o . yrjrlibrlnrtna'laVr J' tin PI. Klttin,!,.;, VHt nvik fjr 11. hit !rr, tuny it I mikf $ nil., h, tut tvr tan ta ha yhiimnikly htm utain fruifSl.. Tin ,ajr a in , .111, ana rofir a. J an c i ii. ..-- an .it,, in an, an ii c. ,nifn-- a I.o ywd AI'Staneij Ax WnMintf Kuijcnr A nli Jj Jlofjrrs Jl je.ti tail imi.ani'a ai nonii.tiv In. all swur liuir. ,i art momenta bi.i.td Kirk. AllUtirw. (.rrat y MI.I frt lv aiart mi, rnj.li'i.. t.arjr wilder f,.rjlhi.f. 1'IHII V, MT.Il'ILI I,. Inf. I. HI.riLlXAlU IUIK. A.Urai.alenrr, 10., IUH1LAMI, 3il.U Ilia lliOl Mexican Mustang LinimeR '. pain reliever. .. uji! is almost universal by the Housewife, tho Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every ona requiring an effective liniment. I ' other application compares with it in efficacy. long-teste- d i1 l:ili.nl Moi'.iiii'h, i'ii.i, ".'.t'.ini'o.VI l'riy 6 Months, 40c OWEKSSORJ NATI0AL BANK M$?mm aas&'V."y.'H v smx. .&('! ' nWUZ: ."f Summit, " Sulphur Sp ,..CT Whitinyhi WA Jkve.v Abb A u(f, VmW AMIfur - 1.: STOHE FIXTURES, CjAat tmtii(uo. TERRY U.S. DEPOSITORY Owcnsboro, Ky. Security For .Deposits EEHHD llHE&pET ppH M'F'G CO.. nashville.tenw. rwu ara - Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. Published. Contnina tho nows of tho world up to dalo of publication ; Road-In- s Mutlor lntorcstlnff and to ovory homo ; contributions to Musio, Song, Art, o Sclonco, Agrlculturo and and Com-niorci msmmmm t' m WefairniUi inrYlMnr. iai ton, Sv rik. Ytiu cm derail your jir)ii.Hfiii,(.r nil juif lima lo il.a twrk. JMiliim r itlrfiyngwItaJ.in r1ii;ucir,ilcifki1 Mtikrr. IIUIII io it rii trK inn ni'Mniui, Hllltf lauraaflrra ttr i aii n itn jru ine rin t'ti jniititanJ liarh V. o rial ail ijtin utra, inn btfvnuailor. II. fL. '1'IC lTS! V (.Li. 14, JlllNt. U '""." 'I'iri'd tiin.iK yu ra ri' 'I 27S.OOO. AccouiHs ors a ti i ( $ urartvv.i4.w em, 4)f Farm-- 1 o u n t v - Tlio .Moot Hnecen.ful llcmcdysverdltcov. ns It Is certain In Its effects and doe. sot bllitir, IUadirootbelowt Tin: ritivi' sy.iii'toics I'L't'lui.'. or i;i:at:i y Reliable Market SUBSCRIBE Rcporls. Kendall's Spavin Cure. I.Hinpneriii.Mli I fitnt l.uuu-ucNH- . rbjllolii Jatni'urit In I am working nn Ilip-JulI'nrci Flint lai 'jirhsurnl wjllcuro tlmt allulth KfnJair 8ja hi Cure, It U tho licit Liniment for manor hi rut I liaorTer mnt. I ncominenllt tonll hors t nors. llnrrc th.d I havo wurkjMnn ara vatuable, hut without our Liniment hoiiM bo worthleu. I nia hivo frltniU who umil tt for Hpralnii jmiiM'H inn I cur4 tin m. Thelay It l the be UryiMTUH'J. Your truly, t. u.a. wttoa. Speci.Hcrclmnts al! v. in crest paid! (Mi SUBSCRIBE Little Rock, Ark., Auk. CO, 'W. KtNDALbCO.l l v ttli tho Rrcatett oitlifnctlon that I tufonitij nut hat I haTocureltbn following illiatoHt Z)n. II, Uriiti-- U J. iicy.Miuiiltlt'rJoint . .TTTT? i'unc deposits. So-- ; licits your Imsiness. LAWS OK PEHO.Cashlor. I, A HIES Make Your Homes Happy. Sumplo Copies and Promlum Llstmallod frooto any address, Agonts wantod ovory whore. Addross yferrT,E S T.$ ELEGANTLY ilTWHSra"g; FASTpe? K(2) . li EhbodiesEveryDesirable Improvement MANYEXCtUSIVELYlTSOWN. dull licmlitclio, jiains in vai'ioii' jmrtn of the lioily, at tliu pit 'if tlm etoiiiiicli,Ios ni'iii)C'-titn- , iuvpri-lni- f, iinii!i'n oixires, are it all piisitivc cviiloiifoof blood. .m iiiattcr now it iicciiinc jioiinoil it i mmt bo miilit'fl to avoid Dr. Ackw' KiibIWi IlLiotl K ixirluw if ic failed to loiuovu or hyplnli- o tie 1)018011. Hold under punitive liv Wnvno Griflin it l.ro. jioi.-ouejuitr-aiite- '.ii.; remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. K o medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Musta.n'u Liniment. well-know- n Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it rmiu alMMaanjatnMaMJ '. Kendall's Spavin Cure. tljUulairiwcYpflDC OR Ipuisuille Needing a tonic or children that want building up, tlmuld take Illinu-N'- Qonmsrsial, TJoul.iv!"f! V.'J It I. Uoii. uinl JUlloiii'.K-.- . pleoMtit to take, cures Malaria, IndlgetAlldenlcrakceplt, lllllV IIITTKHS. - srAiuifecizaaii iiiikiiMlrMliMrXJrKlffSYil Homo Visio, Colo., Deo. SI, ISM. Jin. n. J, K'riDiu. Co., i:nobur8b Fall., Vt.i (lent. -- I.i tlm jmrlkSI I treated with Kendall'. S,avliiriirun Hour mmi vl not .even year, nslcrun n lieu etrir and eompletely .inpiieU the lameiieM ninl reiiiuied tho enlargement. Havo worked tliu hor.a ery lurd ever alue.'.ho never hat thown uuy lamouess neither Ciji 1 oo unv dlfTereueu In tho .isu of the hoelc. 1'. COOLKV. Vuur. truly, SEE OUR a A LIVE A0ENT WftNTEDIN EVERY TOVM msmim U4::ii!ima.v.iimw . ,Wrta&vMGENT '' ffi ftiv vfijjy ftd-iP- mRP7, i And tlioaa troubled with nervomneis reiultlng from car or overwork wilt be relieved by taking Iilttera, oenulne Brown's lias tre.de mi rk nd eroded red llaea on wrapper. Neuralolc Persona Inttle, nr ilx boltlet for J'rlen St $3, All iliuii'jl'l' Intro it or can gttit fur (mi, r If tvlll ho sent lo any on receipt ofirlce by the jtroprll nil-rf- cr ll.Hilllelt.t1 lj.,l'i. i... I.i Ali..n Irt . In.iin, I Jii... I'mn, li.l.il.i.lllilo. 9t Lri.ari it. Ii.fcaaiiall. Viliy i.i Mllllllll mir eawMJii a. ii.ii.l ii i an On ha ivirk ami III ll li.'l I, i.lirr.i.r I u arr. Pirrill.a- pliin'i. at ra.lly fan I114 fiumirali f llU.la),Allarraan IIItkil.nw nuliiv ati.l i I.i l vi ii. 1 hi liiMiiiallir. i.r all ihail.ut, lilir iHunaj- far wi.ili-a- r. I .inra iiiiknoiiit amn.r III' " M U ti.liv.i. Iair.il. I'arllriilanriaa. f. tlwiir.bavrl-ii- ii a.ia :Iffll2)OSTR iVSCIST-HKl-! :H& :; . ...m'i ..M i.l M 01 IV! ra ki Jfo ISP tlmi rP-- xiik '! ma s vt OI,iiilliuiil,.Mnliio lnl'il.i, Mnla- F cmii & FEVER BILIOUSNESSo H TAYLORS BT HSIrigai flaEoi m IIUVillf Iro lirolcn dinn Itiw overwork or houselioM irnn ) Persons BROWN'S IR0.V BITTERS Cures Iiiilljfeatliui. i Iron DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., " Enosburgh Falls, Vermont rclitillili tlio bile, lli'owii't; Iron IJItteiH uiuliure-uiuluili- l'.IItij'111'ei.a, leiu, nlili illseitiou, reinnvea . Gcttlioi;eiiuluo. Allileiil'.i.nlllt, Uinuliio tuwtraile ir.rU uuJcruiieJic.il II:!.' on wini;r. recuiiiiuei.il It. rla, Ncrvoujut'". ninlCetiiTnl I'eUllty. I'll).!-ciau.- 1 lltllWlUI lllbllnrttUbK Iil Ull llVl4l iLizxMTscseMsozMaazszir'XBmrmim PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. GENTS FDR 'JAIE DV AIL DRUGGISTS. r.r.'ssjAtirtisv DitftPhCfiii.YAVi !? Mm rti T i nine ma V I IV.