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OFFICIAL OMAN OF HE FART? IK IBS FOUATB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Per Aonnm, Id Adr.&... $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1892. cecded in slaying the ferocious bonst without receiving any serious wound j himself. ' Ho was Moderator of the Kentucky Baptist Association for forty years. IJobcit T. labored on the fai in during the greater part of the year as ho grew up to manhood nnd only enjoyed such educational advantages as could ho had in tho old subscription school. But ho wa quite obcm ly distinguished for his slo-- o thus ho acquired n servation and knowledge of men and things that many with better opportunities have failed to obtain. Ho was over true, ami early in life won the confidence of his people which ho yet enjoys. On October 10, 1370, he was married to Miss Mary A. McCou-nel- l, a woman of great worth, nnd to them nine children have been horn: Ida B., aged 1!); Katie,- aged 17; Mo-c- s Pendleton, aged M; Winfiehl Scott, aged 12; Maude, aged 10; Rov coe, aged 7; Alvin Clarence, aged 5; G rover, aged 3, nnd Joshnn James, aged 8 months. Mr. Render has been u life-lo- ng farmer and is in good circumstances, owning one of tho bet farms about He is a BnptNt and until McIIenry. recent years has been a Democrat but is now claimed ns Third Party man. Ho was elected Justice of the Piace for the Hartford Magisterial DiMriet in August, 188G nnd was reelected August, 1890. Being a man of energy, strong convictions and coupled great tenacity of purpo-e- , with pleasing address, he commands the respect and wins the love of his I fcar-Ip'-Ki- iud - NO. 29. n resolution for an investigation of tho Pension Bureau. They will probably find it a boo'nerang before it is Stato Directory OriTf rnor i LIFE AND LOVE. 01 soul of important life, sliino forth From thy starry heights nliovo; Ovor thu South nnd ovur thu North, Pour thy innffiililu lovo. J, Y. llrown Lieutenant lnernr.... ."rciary of Hllr Attorney flnerl Audil.r M.C.AIford lledley W.J.IIendnek I. C Norman Treaurer Henry Hala (1. II. Hnango r.glter of f.nnl Office Adjutant lenrl npt. Public IciMrurli.ii rualu Printer asZT-sz- r I. ..I... i:. K I". A.J. Ores Thomson A. Clerk Aildama Polk Johnnn Touch us that death is hut n sloop Of rest, till tho dawn of day, To break from tho occiiii'h mighty deep, On its unirotP.ll way. zszzzzzasoxv. Ui -- Circuit (V.url convenes the C niiiiuenwc'itli co--it"- Alloreey co-era- atcs of Up, up from tho po.irlv morn, Monday In MJ tho l)lui of I'loudlosa lay, .Ill' Will O! Through .. Jrte Sne hum to their roots all hate and ClUrilnhk ...J I'liarrrlt scorn inn Loramlloner I Judge Allarney J ....Itowan In thoMinsutV crimcon ray. O! come, in love, I I' Mr Hon I. I en lle.ll rni'W n thy lendoriior1", awont Jil"r .."...... Ccurtconvrncthelt Omit I convene Hi Menda) In each inonlh. Monday ' I'Toni-o- v.flbSvrssrssZ' Snl covbt. Jai.uarjr, In J.intiar). Atll, Julj andoitiilier. Caviit ef ClaVms. ' iVnirl begin ''" I'1 Moud.i Mim-li, From tho fjravos of all the di'iitl. outlo And hover and brood, ()! dove! With thy deallilef-- i peace instead. ()! soul of tlioxncrifictt of (!od! ( )! nifjht of his Miiindlo'S sea! Unveil the face, till tho dealh-pa- lh (rod, Hriiifj life nnd sets all men free. mid as Oololicr and :Tor:c-- o csvara. Jiiims ."eplcinb.r Jn,l, .'. court helddin the name. ind i per ite " firiip. einln-r- , oppo-l- i. ((will, ros'itni Mitvv.sa. (J IV Turner, . i 4,1, :i I,A. J j it. l....ii- -. 7l'wTulori'Olitble. I H.I. "leveii", 1". 1". m. I" J i (. Kri'HIi, II. I&. H. H. IT. li. Wlleon, I lid i, 1. 1. I. J ( himbera, !. S, 2. IV Payne leti'tabl. (J r 1 , 7, Perrv He nnclt,", , , , It T llendrr, (n B lavlorenii'talila. As white as tho snow-flakstill As the heights lrom es, which they 1- - fall, r.mmi. J (.l.riilUrriniii. (lion lit. II. H. Woodward, II. II. H. W ltu comlaMe. " 'I. ()! compass thy perfect iou, thv will, In tho hearts and lives of all. II'. . Ihotne, nii. n.ivralua.-.'!mm- .lUMini.'n'.-mm-ha- II W Pllillercon-iaU- utry, II, in. !,9. I'llm, 10, I.I. I. e. counWwFurt. Bnof Skotchos of Somo of our Best Citizons. Poller I'onrlM. JJ MIHirll, Judge, I Tuylor. I 0 l".lrl, I. J W J'"1"1' J'"" Judge. W A I'M .I. """il":- - Ilclow we give chert sketches of who couipo-- e our the gentlemen County Court: A II l. Septimus Taylor Stovous. - fcllow-mc- u. Umim leai-ha- R.CM'Aat l. (i U Klikl Held, Judge fruJir, jul.e, OIHcrra. ...!..joi' f I Olhrr 1'iMinl) Am?n.tr h. 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Osi.Y a niuiit'h RinK liotwcen Ii.mNvllle una Meuiiliii, and tho bvt nnd qulckeil service between tho two citiei'evsr tillered. TukftK.TimfTiilil." nml nil :,':,""',dlliro1'1?: I.WU linn .wiiriil hy nil)lni; to n. AKrut lit nemer lliini.nr W.B.FroutT.Gen'l Piss, AEt..LniiTilIii Rt, Tktliia vk: ' I.OHIS)VII.I.i:, NT. MU'IN LouisTille, Si, Louis TKX. It. II. Railway. I Itsis M.'iiKii'i.l: in i:rn:iT miv.i, No.M, iu. Nn.M, tviyr luiiixii. I.v. I.mii-nlll- i.iiiy. 7:11 . 111. i'1"). WeM Point HriiiulriilHirK I.llft. lii.il blrlH'iiiail rlcnerHirl llawemillr ()wfin.lin MpollMllle rliiKtnu " ' '.Mill. m. ft. in. 7:J'l. ! in hTMii. II.J1 10.IU "' in. lii.lln.in. llillii. in. .l. .No. . in. in i. III. llsSSn. in. It! . in. Hill I.nl.. in. Ar.llrinlri.mi "" l:i. .No. 1I.M . in. in. 31, Hi. IJhi.lii. ""''J 5.', KAflriiuiixn. I.t. llrnilfiKon BimltMllle Oirriii'ioro i.iy- - 7il3a. in. :i: l.'.p. hi "H' ' a:i7p. in. 1.27 n. m. 4:M p. in. The Ktihject of this cketch wii horn near Cromwell, thii county, .Ian. lil, 18."),r). UU father, Hlackftone .Stevens, was a highly rccpcctul eitien, in moderate vircuiiiHtiiiiec-- , who tiled when our hero win (juitc young. His mother, Ilunimh Taylor Stevcin, came of a good family, and when her husband died she had to druggie hard iifsited by her two noble boys, of whoni.the oldest wu Septimus and of courro on him fell the gieater Hut hi mother never looked to him in vain; he was always ready, always honed, always industrious. The spring, Miiiinicr and autumn brought the planting, tending nml gathering ol the crop, and winter his ittendance on (he country school. He very early manifested more than ordinary ability as it otudent and wion developed a strong love for hooks, thus the years of vouth weie pis-eWhen he arrived at the age of young manhood he found himself endowed with strong mini! and muscle. He determined to educate himelt, nnd by his own hard labor, after helping Jo provide for bis mother, he nceuniuhiled means sufficient to enable him to attend the Iloektield school, Warren county, in 187."), and the Auburn High .School, Warren county, in 1870 77. Here he again dis. He himself' as n student. tinguh-hepaid much attention to the develop by takincut of his splendid phy.-iiping part in gymnastic, in which he became tpiilc prolicient. After having thoroughly propirod himself, Mr. Stevens began teaching in the established common schools where hu sonn gained an enviable reputation as an iiblc and cllicient teacher. Mr. Stevens sought and won the hand of Miss Laura Taylor, daughter of II. 1$. Taylor, Sr., of Beaver Dam. Miss Taylor was a beautiful and accomplished young lady, anil the happy union took place February '27, 187!). To them liavo been born five children: Claude A., nged twelve years; Chester I)., aged ten; K. Cecil, aged eight; Winona C, aged one year and eight months, nnd a child that died in infancy. Mr. Stevens continued teaching during the fall and winter until 1887, since which time ho has devoted his whole attention to farming, in which, as' in teaching, he He ha a has been very successful. good farm in a high Mato of cultivation, plenty of stock and farming implements, and is, in short, one of the nicest farmers in the Southern part of the county. Mr. Stevens is a Republican and In August, 1890, and a Baptist. be wns elected Justice of the Pence for Cromwell Magisterial District, and as an officer is painstaking, accurate and conscienlious. His sterling qualities cf bead and heart, his great and unalterable honesty make bun an worthy of the imitation of tho earnest, energetic boys of tlio county. d. ic Was born in our siter State, of Tennessee, April '24, 185!), son of William nnd Mary Single Myers. William Myers was a man prominent in local politic, once making a hice for a seat in the Legislature of Ten-ncfand being defeated by only n While Henry was qui to few votes. young his lather moved to this State and settled in Madison county, n:,d filially in 187.'! he moved to this county and bought a farm near Roeine, Young where hu has since lived. hard on the farm nnd Myers worked owing to that fact his ee'itcationnl advantages were limited to the district But he made such good ui school. ol the opportunities that were here allbrded that he acquired a fair education, and in 1887 taught a very school at White O.tk, near siicce-slOlaton. Mr. Myers wooed and,' won Miss Malinda Bennett, daughter of John Allen Bennett, Sulpher Springs, to whom be was married in July, 188."). They have three children, Buelali ICrnestine, aged four; Guy Fulton, aged two, and Kuhili Kdna.agetl one. In religi.Ai- - belief Mr. Myers is a Methodist.in political belief a Repubi' From among a number lican was elected Justice of candidates he the Peace in August, 18!)d, for the Magisterial District, and is a e careful Inithful, officer. He has been appointed by the Court a member of the Board of Commissioners authorized to build the Barretts Ferry bridge over Rough River, which is, by the way, n worthy compliment worthily o ul Ro-in- Ilonry Franklin Myers bestowed. Trained in the school of adversity, bred in tho independent life of the fanner, possessed of a rugged house, by hard labor lrom having rni-e- d humble circustances to competency, Henry Franlin Myers moves among his fellows a model, upright honest mnn. , Sanforei L. Fulkorsou Was born and reared in Ohio county near Ceralvo, on Green River. Ho rrmnincil with bis father on the farm years of age, until he was twenty-on- e when bo started in life to battle for He carried with him tho himself. ed same rugged honesty, that hat! his youth, and which has since made him so popular with his people, and won for him his well merited chnr-actiz- success. filled scvcrnl Mr. Fulkerson of honor and trust, with positions great credit to himself, and benefit to his country. He was elected in the old Centertown District, 187."), and remained one term. in has Con-stablo ,fwiport Cloierport flleplieniiort Ir? inRton llrnndeiiJiiiK Wf t Point Ar. LouiMlllc flt'in.m. snip. ll.Wn.in. "'-"- m. 4.1H i. P- - ' as' nr First saw the light of day Robert Taylor Render on Novcni-ber 'lH ' . 1I.W ' in. !' "' 7:M p. III. V- - '" '" 10, 1 841). He was born uear wlierd "i29 " '" 7"" W fls p. I". "' !. I". p. m. O.al p. in. l Tialna No, 81 nnd Nil M mko conniption r.t tinlni lrlnetn (SiinJay exceptcil) with It. II., on l.oiii. cant iin.l Wratrin vill, llnrllmliiirir ti.tt IjoubiI. Foi fnrilifr Inronnatlnn, uilihem II. 0, MtUlliUK, Onu I'a'r Ak'I. I.oiiIitiIU, Ky. OPIUM VViflM t,u. andWhlrtiyHatrfto cured at home wlta out pain. Book of nar tlculanunt FMKB. 11.U.WOOI.LKY.M.U. otflca my, wbiMtnoi 'jt, tho pleasant little city of Mellcnry now stands, of one of tho oldest and best families of tho county. His father, J. L. Render, was a sou of Robert Render, one of the old pioneers of tho Green River country. It is related of tho old pioucer that he e was ouco passing through a tho mouth of Lowis' near Creek, armed with his bunting knife when ho was attacked by a huge bear, but by skillful use of liw knife ho sue. cane-brak- s During the years 1881-8- 2 Deputy Sherill; in Assessor; he was Deputy ho was Deputy Clerk in his . I.. lUUtl l. ..oa f.l pari oi uiu vuuiuj, iii !u"i iiu ""a elected, and served as PoHcc Judge of Ceralvo; in 189 !C) and until June, 1801, he was Deputy Sheriff under our present Sheriff, Mr. S. C. Taylor, when ho took his seat ns Ins-lic- o of tho Peace for the Roekport Magisterial District, to which position ho was elected in August, 18!)0. Perhaps no man in Ohio county, has been ns continuously in the service of the people, and filled so many diflercnt positions in the last seventeen years us has Mr. Fulkerson. Ho has been married twice nml has two children, both boys -- Henry, aged 8, and McIIenry, aged 4 years. 1877-78-70-- 8O WASHINGTON NEWS. Ho has given much attention to muboth vocal and instrumental, having won several prizes in contests Affairs at tho Great Capital in vocal music, and having organized Items of Interest. nud maintained one or two very sucSpfclnl Cormpondrnco to the Ilrrcm icajt. cessful cornet bands. Feb. 15, 1892. Mr. Fulkcisou is now engaged in Secrcrary Blaino is not a man of business nt Ceralvo, where mercantile he holds his office as Justice of the quick temper, but his even disposition was bo badly disturbed by the Pence. silly statement made without the John P. Morton slightest foundaton, that his letter Was born in this county, near South stnting that his name would not be Cnrrolllon, 1891, of a good family. presented to tho Minneapolis convenHis parents, Jcsso and Snllio Pnxton tion was but the preliminary move Morton, died when John P. wns but towards his permanent retirement four years old. Ho lived with nn un- from public life, and that he intendcle until his twentieth year. He had ed in the near future to resign from but littlo opportunity to attend even tho Cabinet, that ho lost his temper, tho .schools of that day, poor as they as the best mnn in the world would weie, and his attainments in educa- probably have done under the same tion were nccessanally limited. But circumstances. Ho characterized the by c!oao and extensive rending in statement as "nn infernal lie, circulater years ho hns made himself one lated by idle men who hnvo nothing of the best informed men of tho counbetter fo do." Mr. Blaine was never ty. In 1801, in his twentieth year, more interested in tho duties of his he enlisted in Company B., 17th position, and in the wclwaro oi the Kentucky, nnd was Sergeant under Republican party which recognizes as Capt. W. II. Davidson. He was a that of the country, than ho is to day, good soldier, and nfer serving three and if his health continues as good as years nnd four months was mustered it now is he will certainly remain at out nt Louisville, Jan. 23, 18G5. the head of the State Department On May 20, 185G, lis was married during tnc rest of this administration, to Miss Ella Austin, a woman of rare and during the next one, too, unless qualities of head and heart. They his desires undergo great change. havo eight children. The Canadian reciprocity CommisJudgo Morton settled and lived sioners, now here, came under orders near Prcntis until his election to tho from the Canadian government, and Jutlgship when he moved to Hartnot upon any invitation from this ford. In 1882 he was elected Justice Government. This your correspondof thu Pence for the Cromwell Magis- ent knows to bo absolutely correct, in terial District, and was statements to the contrary notwith1880. He was elected County Judge standing. Secretary Blaine has courin August 1890, nud is the first Re- teously received them, as he was in publican to hold that position in the duty bound to do, nnd their proposihistory ol the comity. He is in re- tions will be given proper considerligion n Methodist, in politics a Reation, but unless they differ widely publican. As a farmer he wns thrifty from those heretofore submitted by mid successful, ns nn officer he is ac- the Canndian government nothing curate nud conscientious, free from will be accomplished at this end of bin, fearless in his discharge of duty, the line, nlthough some political bentrue to law. efit may accrue to the Canadian adnrxt ministration nt home, because of its WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys- having made an apparent effort to obpepsia and Liver complaint? Sliiloh's tain commercial reciprocity with tho Vitnlior is guaranteed to cure you. United States. Sold by Z. Wuyno Griffin & Bro. Friday was the anniversary of the Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey will birth of Abraham Lincoln, tho first hour. Republican Preeident, and one of the relieve any cough in one Gives greatest men ever occupied the White Equally good r homos. House. There was no formal celeonorgy and strength. Money if satisfaction not given. bration of the event here, but Senatoi Cullom, accompanied by several Rep2S-- 4t For sale by L. B. Bean. resentatives is in Chicago for the purFor lamo bac t, sido or chest, use pose of delivering an address on Price 25 "Lincoln nud the Republican party," Sliiloh's Porous Plaster. cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. to the Marquette Club of that city. Representative Newberry, of Illihas a Cappod Hock? Who nois, is pushing a bill he has introC. C. Sniithjtreas'r of Lake County, I nd., who resides nt Crown duced, to cut off ull pensions uow Point, writes: "1 euiud a Capped paid to foreigners and permanent nonHock with ono bottlo of Quinn's residents. He says pensions are Ointment. It is the best thing I paid to at least fifteen thousand nonhave ovor used on Soft Bunches." residents and thnt the greater porHorsemen who dusiro a reliable tion of them never intend returning to the United States, and arc raising remedy use tho' nbovo preparation. their sous ns citizens of the SHILOH'S" COUGH nnd Con- countries in which they reside maksumption Curo is sold by us on a ing it possible nt some time in the guarantee. It euros consumption future, if their pensions continues to Sold by 'A. Wuyno Griffin & Bro. be paid, for the sons of men drawing pensions from the United States to be NO. 25. Feb. 8. Tho sick at Molvin Tny-lo- r's fighting against us as culdicrs iu a hostile army. aro convalescing. Mock Tho school organiod a Sensational circles, irrespective of Congress Friday night. - Slado Tay- party, were shocked by the cheek relor was elected to tho distinguished cently displayed by Senator Hill. position of Speaker of tho House of At his request the Senate Committee several times postponed its report on Representatives. Our school hero is only a weok the nomination of postmaster Rath-bun- , of Elmire, N. Y., but, nt last old. Of course wo hnvo not learned finding that Hill could show no good havo reasonstobolievo much yet, but that ninny thoughts will bo gleaned reasons for holding up the nomination longer tho Committee favorably from tho "field of knowledge," as tho reported it. This week wheu the reby. days go port was called up in executive sesOur next subject for debate is Unsion of the Senate, Hill presented, by solved, "That tho American Indians proxy, a very modest request thut the should support themselves." Senate would defer action until his A Studkxt. return from setting up the pins for the control of tho New York delegaThe Lover's Lamont. Your face is like a drooping flower, tion to the Chicago Convention. Did the Sennto get mad? Well, it at Sweetheart! I sou you fading, hour by hour, onco coufirmed Mr. Rathhun's nomSweetheart! ination. Your rounded outlines waste away, Mr. William Grinell, who is a In vnin 1 weep, In vain I irniy, death's cruel hand can nephew of Vice President Morton, What power stay 'i Sweetheart, Sweetheart ! hns been nominated to bo third AsWhy, nothing but Dr. Pierce's sistant Secretary of Stato. to fill a vaIt imparts cancy. Favorite Prescription. failing system, cures orgnniu to tho The bill appropriating 8300,000 troubles, and for debilitated and for a brouzo equestrian statue of Gen. feoblo wotiiiii generally, is Grant in this city, which was passed It dispels melancholy and the lust Connervousness, and builds up both flesh by 'the Senate during anil strength. Guaranteed to give gress, has been again favtnably resatisfaction in every case, or money ported to the Senate. Its passage by paid for it refunded. tho Senate is ccitaiu, and the same ought to bo true of the House, but it "UNION KY. isn't. Ho Is u rash man who attempts Feb. 11, 1892, Wm. Reid's baby-i- s to predict what the befuddled majorivery sick of la grippe. ty of the House will do. So far.it Joe Reid sold thirty acres of land does nothing with great industry. to Robert Taylor nt thirty dollars per The President has as yet given no acre. attention to filling the vacancy on tho A. C. Stevens and Billy Reid have Supreme Court. There nro no ap sown two tobacco beds, which conplicants, in tho ordinary understandtain over three hundred squnre yards, ing of that word, although, of course, besides several smaller ones. tho names of a' number of eminent Miss Ophelia Stevens will tench membeis of the1 bar have been sugthe spring school at this place. gested to tho President. L. T. B.unnrd and wife attended The Democrats of thu House have the debate at this place the 30th ult. iu the hopo of obtaining some camPress Barnard is the happiest man paign material for use among those between hero and Horton. It's anwho arc opposed to pensions, adopted S. B. F. other boy. sic, ) PROFESSIONAL CARD. concluded. SLEEPLESS NIGHT made miserable by that torriblo cough. Shi-lol- i'a Curo is tho remedy for you. For slo by Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Crlenn 6s lit. i. otrvi. "Vv7"ed.diiigrt KY. J.i. n. wrDMia. School District No. 92. Mr. R. R. Wedding, of Rosine.who HARTFORD, hns taught five schools in this district, closed bis school hero on the 5th of this month. The school has proven CTaraGS ufx. to be ono of tho most successful schools ever taught here 73 pupils in atHARTFORD, KY. tendance. Tho school wns visited by In Otno and Will practice li' profe-loseveral from ndjoining districts on and tlio court nf Appenln. bpecia the last day. Prof. G. B. Likens,our Mtrntlon Rlrcn to collection. puMic aquaro. 12 71t former teacher, visited tho school on . Office north fide tho last evening, and gnvo us an inII. D.OUFFY. II. I). Itl.NGO. teresting lecture. Mr. Wedding in6z Kiaag-o-, structed his pupils for- - the Inst time this school and returned to Rosino, Will prai'tl',e all court of Ohio leaving behind his pupils, who love round?, nml InIn Suptrlor e'ourt andAndadjominfCourt of A (OIIW, oter And( ron' liarnr.) Will pfiicllci" tin Irprofn.-lonliiH- ll tlio fount 1 Ohio nml adjoining coiinllc", an.l eonrl of Appcali. RprcialfttUnlion jnfn tn rnininrtl pmctic and v2nJily collection. Saaaitli, Attorney at Law, n Ckxffy Attorneys at Law. p- him, and the patrons who, appreciate his work nnd wish him a happy vacation. L. B. M. ' Collection nnd all I'enl l.uslnes alttnded Office, No. 9, over Anderson1 llazuar, Hartford, Ky. Ti7ly o. THAT HACKING COUGH can bo so quickly cured byShiloh'sCure. We guarantee it. Sold by Z. W. & Perry Westerfield mm at law, Griffin Bro. Attention Farmers. JR. 26. ,Xred.d.ing-- , pa f;-- W. E. McFnrland's Auction House is tho place to sell your tobacco. . belling at auction is growing more (Office in Crowder Building.) Will practice hi profelon court of popular with farmers every year, Ohio and adjoining counties. tn all (he Nolnrjr Alao tttnttly more especially since tho formation Public of the Owensboro Tobacco Associa3SzI. Xjm tion, which furnishes protection to ATTORNEY AT LAW, both buyer and seller. The law of the Association says that if buyer and seller cannot ngrco as to whether or Will praotlcchlprofeionlnailthe Court of not the tobacco comes up to sample Ohio and adjoining count!;, and in the Court of Appeal. Special attention idven to collection. sold by, that a reputable Office, firt door above the Hank. 4'Jly shall nnd certify to same, be laid before and both samples shall a rcclimntion committee, who shall settle the matter. Tins we think is perfectly fair to both buyer and seller and will cause many to sell their tobacco at auction that never did before. We ,are prepared to break Hhd, tobacco, and trust larmers nt a VraaHHBHHPflBlR? distance will give me a liberal patronage, as it has lonij since been conceded that the Owensboro market is as good as any in the State. Argument is unnecessary. Just watch for prices weekly in this paper. Resp'y, W. E. aIrFarland, OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Owensboro, Ky. 3d St. just below court house. Is prepared to do all kinds of LAST WEEK'S SALES, Dental work at reasonablo prices. 89,00. Prior leaf from $2.90 to " lugs " $2.00 to 80.10. Have sold but little Burley from A. J. SLATON, M. D., $3 for leaf aud lugs to $8.20 for lea & lugs. Rosine, !5Ly Heavxin, Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. re-sa- a, a. waif si DENTIST. m Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately relieqod by Shilob's Cure. At Z. W. Griffin & Bro.'s Drug Store. m i i Physician Kormerl) of offers hi tlravson nml (the Dr. Surgeon, Millwood, now located at Leitcli-fiel- Drorcmoiul service to th pe opla adjoining eouatie. Office m Iladon property.) Ktj SECRET ORDERS. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No.'W, Pcparlment f Kentucky, meelHt IUrtlord,K)'.,eeonds)aturdaj ia each month at 1 r. . C. M. llitsiTT, Captain. Ja. I,. Rove, Sergeant. School Report. After a very rigid examination, tho following is the standing of tho colored school, District No. 1, of Hartford, Ky., P. A. Gary, Principal and Miss Dora Graham, Assistant: Lon-ni- c Griflin 81, Mary Brown 84, Georgia Walker 89,Maud Eidson 90, Fau-ni- o Nail 81, Nolllic Parks 92, Emily Brown 92, Helen Hunter 82, Lydia Brown 77, Celestine Chinu 80, Starling Eidson 95, Dolly Collins GG, George Hill 78, Sarah Ruckcr 95, OtisIIincs 5G, Laura Ella Walker 65, Alac Ruckcr 70, Rosa Dnvall 83, Ainier Foreman 95, William P. Walker 8G, Pearlio Barrett 95, Ada Flem-iu95, Jessie Carter 07, Malinda Jane Eidson !):), Jesse Walker 80, Eddie Parks 73, Arthur Phipps 02, Mable Parks 80, Henry Washington 50, Phillip Williams 00, Chiton Barrett 90, Gustus Williams 100, Wil-bcChi tin 90, Edmund Barrett 05, Mary Harris 42, Guy Hines 82, Henry D, McIIenry 80, Paraieo Bur. ry 91. My school has been very successful taking all things iu consideration while it has at no time been us full ns it ought to have been. I hope all parents will learn, in a short while, that when they fail to seed their children to school that they aro doing them an injustice, not only iu robbing them of what they ought to have but they urc taking from them what it is their indispensable duty to give them. My public school is out, but I have opened a subscription school. I hope I may have a large attendance. P. A. Uaky g rt Sons cf Vetorans. IS. I Or. j&l.. Court-Hou- J. WuaOoivtit Post, No. 8, Department ol Kentucky, meets ererj third Saturday at 1 o'clock r, ., In l.eitchfleld, Ky. S.A.McSiirnr.Adj. S. IlnlNtUjCorn. Kta-tuekI'arsToi Mortox Post No. t, meet ofery Saturday before the aecona1 court-houa- a at Sunday at 10 o'clock a. n. in the J. C. CmvBiaim, P. C Hartford, Ky. J.M. Iluiior, Adj. 5& 1 Bj Sept., I08f. My toolbar and later aaad Itatar KoesU'i Nam Tnie lor boU pereotlir wall eoratarla, ThT ant nror Mrad of praising th Toalo. La Tcott, New Woiioa, Jaly 8, ISM. When I was yemng my mother had a bad frnrbt aai tho gar ma ner bosom because I van crymg, ad two bouts after I bad thu Arst Pastor Koenlg-- a Nerr attack of beart Tonic baa done me tuocb good and baa bail the MIGUEL A. QUEU1N. desired efloct. MonniLToH, Ark., Oct. 19, ISM, For four yeart my stepdaughter was subject U.pileptlo fits,- and the use of Vastor Koenlg'a Kane lonlo gave immediate satisfaction, and ataee abe commenced taking It aha baa not bad Ten tba slightest symptom of tba disease. My hearUeit thanks to Ibis medlolne. JOHN SCHMIDT. VUXMOBS, Dabuqu Hilt K. Flnnlgan writes: IfeSiC Perfoetlr 0., Ia,. Wetl. tw !!. A Vnlnalilo Hook en Nervous seni ireo to any wureui sod iMior patlcnta caa alM obtain till iiiuillilno free of charge. This remedy ha leu.jpraiared bytha Reverend and rator Itoeuia. of Fort Waviie. lnd-byalnce underhls direction tli. Is uow FREE VlMUUAe !. utio-qual- od. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured by Sliiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cts. Nasal Injector free at Z. W. Griffin & Bro. Republicans Come. The Republicans of Ohio county Obtained, and all Mli'.M' ItLoitibM ai affile for are requested to pieet in Mass Conven- tended totho IIUOhKltMKlWS amiOut laii mi ""' Patent llOiee. opnosile psieirti. m less liuiu man liinse iciiiotu fioin lam tion at the court houso in Hnrtford, IMWA070.V semi milil.l.. UIIA II AM or ui ,l Invention Monday, March 7, for the purposo of ability f,eeiifli,EC mnl We imUImi AM lo imtenl tllAl.tit. Con t....v. M..V7' ..( and lefeieiiccs In clectiug delegates to the District inlvice. Iiin roi riit'iunr or eiimi in vention which meets ut Elizabeth.-tiwn- , lonii, ,.nui in vmu own Mntc.Cnuutj. HJ wriin March 2!),. aud also to the i ('flat raikinmou, J) O Oiikw.V State Convention which meets nt Louisville, March 30, and to reorTO THE WJOOV, ganize the County Committee. Weakness. Malaria, tdlgeitloa and J. S. R. Wi:i)i)iN(i, Ch'm'n. iilllouiiieaa. take IKON UITTE! S. Jo. B. RotiEKS, Sec'y. For ealo It carta quietly. genuine. bj-- ail daalea U In--) M . 1 linn-aN'S H IrgaSUe,M5. 6DotUeaCor9. tnedleloe III. KOENIO MED. DrugglsU at SI per Dottle. OforSS, Bold by CO., Chicago, . - Sliiloh's Vitalizor is what you neotl for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 7o cts. per bottlo at Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. BROWN'S niOJf HITTERS AIJIA.NAC VorUVt r Contains One Hiimlml lleelpea for unit delicious CaiMly cheaply uv,uy milekly ut tlru Oioine. This lolc I fiUeu aud general store. male-Ini- uk wmiff?""1 j MrnwwLWsaruaH BOODLE. He nindo Legislature ol Kentucky. himself famous while serving tho people ns Repicsentntivc by his unswerving, hold nnd fenrless fight for tho rights of his constituents, to linve the books of th Treasury overhauled nnd see if there wasn't n wrong. Audit uus due his persistant, appeals for more thnu to any other one ninn, that "Old Dick" ousted' when he did he might have been there otonling vet if he hndn't smolled He sulphur from Charles' nostrils. is nn able exponent of Republican truths nnd in point of political or Intel lectual ability, Mr. Blanford's jtecr Kenis not to be found in Western tucky. Hoping the Republicans of the fth District will bestow the lienor of Delegate upon Mr. Blanford, and feeling, as numbers of other Republicans, that it is due him, I will close by asking n fair consideration nnd assuring the Republicans ot the Ith District that if Charles M. Blanford represents them in the National Convention, that the fth District of Kentucky will retire from Minneapolis with a high roll of honor stamped on her flying colou. Let every Republican in the country turn out lo his county convention nnd give himself u slinking up. Oct in line, for the battle is near at hand gird on the armor. Very truly yours, J. E. The Hartford Republican rDBLtlHKD nVKKY t'MDAY MOIININU. DEMOCRATIC tnforceiiient of rlie law. EKE Gfa i Tho Guiloloss (?) Editor of Iho Horald Romindod ol tho Dark Mothods of His Party in Ohio Portinont Truths Graphically Told. JNUI Un St V-i- i tin 10 a 1892. FRIDAY, FEBKUAKY II), 181)2. County in 1800, To the New Yoik Democracy: "Let ilogs delight to bnrk nnd hite, elc." F. Stani.f.y hail been appointed in the Owene r bom district. A'. I Anil AtHlirtt In llxtrlriilr Hie llpiuu t'rniu IiInOmii l.jr, rlr. Slorekeeper-Giuige- Tub rotitinued eilenee oi'Dcmocrat "brutal McKinley Lnw" is becoming pniniul. ic papers on tho Wiikiik do yon stand, nuntlo rendArc yon for or npiiiist the Blind Tiger? For or ngninst j::iinblin;y For lnw nnd order? or er? Whbn n man pnys money for Gov eminent licence, what does he do it for, il he does not expect to tell somebody plense nnswetV wilts-ky?Vi- ll party who longest and the talk are holism" "party about geneinlly the ones that want to boss. Tiiosk members londw-- ol n j W 1 edSon it. the Cential City Uepublidin, is itor of favorably mentioned for District Dele-Katfrom the Thitd, to the National Republican Convention. e ;'. the bright young In nnothcr column is found a card, presenting the Hon. Charles M. Blan-lor- d as a suitable man to represent the 4th District in the Minneapolis Convention. Mr. Bluiiibrd is an able man and one who has done much for the Republican party, and the honor of a Delegate's place would rest gracefully upon him. suggcscd that on account of our position on the moral questions of the hour, that we are in- It has been juring ourselves and the RmuiMCAN. Be that as it may, tho paper that can not live and at the same time advocate the interests of the people, law, order, morality and virtue is not e worthy ot life and ought to die. re for principles ever, nud if fidelity to right brings death, let it come. As another evidence that the is uoi in full sympathy with "we'uns," it suggests Owensboro as the place for tho Democratic .State Convention. If it is a good thing, We why not have it at Hartford. could build n wigwam as well ns Owensboro could, nnd, ns for the liquor, the jug wagons could have at least thirty days notice, and, in case of a threatened famine, we could resort to the telephone. Owknsiicuo, Ky., Feb. 12, 18!)2. Editors Kkpuumcax: As one of the ninny of this city who read your bright and newsy publication, nud who have nu interest in your county nnd its people, I nsk if you will allow a voice from this plnce of Republican Corruption, for such seems to be tho opinion that your brother Editor of the Herald would impress upon his tenders. Let not my read, crs think that I write because "it is the hit dog that howls," but in the name of right and justice it is time to refute tho false statement made by the Herald, and which so far liave icmaincd unanswered, but now that circumstnccs demand a reply, let it be direct nnd pointed. Referring to the Herald of Feb. 10th, we learn that Ohio county's cattle were bought by boys with money furnished by Owncsboiooflice.holderrt and used by these "boodlers in their nefarious Will the good people of Ohio county accept the statement of a Federal r of Owncboio, who took part in the Ohio county canvass in 1890, and will the Herald disprove these facts. He states that to his knowledge no Federal money was spent in this election, and moreover that, ou his leaving for Ohio county, he was not only free from the burden of carrying bags of this money, but was possessed of only five dollars, not one cent of which was used for election purposes; but, ou the other hand, of the one hundred nud twenty dollars, the full amount known by him to have been used in the canvass was raised in Ohio county. Would you followers of that grand old Jefiersonian Democracy, know where this money came from? Not slave-trading." office-holde- tn klMMl Villi ill Sllalinnsn I rntiK- - tli-i- t Jferabl Tut: public ngitation to 6iippiess the illegal liquor traflic is not intended by its projectors as n criticism on our oflicinls. They are powerless to act in the premises without assistance Our County Atfrom the public. torney can not prosecute except parties are arrested, the County Judge can not issue writs without affidavits, and this agitation is instituted to deter violators ot the law, and if violation is not stopped, to furnish the affidavits, warrant? and prosecutions. The counsel spoken of in the resolutions is to assist and not to supplant the officers. Ot'it Owensboro letter discloses how well the editor of the Jfcrald loves Ohio countyV people and how much he appreciates his adopted home. He is tho only citizen which Ohio Co. has it is hoped who has the gall to appear before a body of strangers and inform them that up here we nre so ignorant that we "look with suspicion on auy man who wears good clothes." This is the editor who is continually informing our people that his is the only paper devoted to the interest of the county and is the tprrial friend of the pMt win. The smart(? Jeditor ought not expect too much of us. He must remember that for fifteen years the Herald was the only paper published in the county, and that its readers have only had the benefit of his wonderful ability ns an cnlightener for n few months. Just have patience nnd give us a little time, and we ire sure to take advantage of our increased opportunity for enlightenment. If we mould be a little blow to discard our home cpuii for "store clothes," in order that we may bo less suspicious wo will just import it few more models nud as men station them ut suitable points for object lessons. d TIT FOR TAT. ways n certain newspaper in these regions is jumping on tho "blind tiger," it would seem that the editor had sampled some of the nud was only tempering his remarks to tho quality "From the forty dollars was furnished by the Republican patty for campign pur- poses, and the remaining eighty dol- lars by Prominent Lrnden of the Dim- ocatie parly of Ohio county. Is this consistent with the statements of the Herald? Why do you not, Editor Herald, speak of some of the means used by your own party for its success? Do you want the citizens of your county to think that its record is pure and spotless us the record of its founder may have been, and do you mean to say that the party for which your paper is an organ bought no "cattle" in the election of 1890? Do you deny that the Democratic party paid one colored man of your town fifty dollars for hiJ vote and influences, nor can you deny that on the eve of August election 1800, that n Democratic caucus met in your town (and no doubt you were one of the number,,) and after a review of alfuirs, political, decided which candidate for the Constitutional Convention your party should support, decreed that the candidate who should furnish the largest sum of boodle tor the campaign should, in the language of one of the members of the caucus "ride !: upon the Demociatic EnAnd furthermore, did nut a gine?" Committee, without delay, though it was then the still small hours of night, (suitable hours lor such meetings) wait upon these candidates to give the decision ot that caucus whose representatives would have us believe were too noble, nud pure to stoop to means that it accused the Republican party of using, nnd this same demagogue himself tells n fellow Democrat on the day following the election that his party sank several thouscaucus. e and dollars in the Such bold audacity in the face uf known facts, makes those who know of their intrigues nnd muchinntions tired nud disgusted. But who could expect else from one who speaks of tho few, who were influenced by tho money of his own parly, as "cattle," nnd who when addressing nn assembly abroad would leave the impression upon the minds of his hearers that he came from a place where the people were so ignorant and uncultured that they thought every man who ed was n rascal. went Whether he wns defending himself or uot, will be left to the render to infer. If the Hartford Herald bo truly endeavoring to publish corruption and wrong, why docs it so faithfully cover up and hypocritically ignore the actions of its own beloved party. "Oh! brother first cast the beam from thine own eye, and then will thou sec more clearly the faults of O. W. I. I. thy brother." self-samwell-dress- The podtiou taken upon this subject in the editorial columns of the IlAHiroitn RiU't'iiMCAN meets the approval of all the true friends of Law at and Oider,nndalso of all who have at heart the best interest- - of Ohio counWe conty, and her county town. us, gratulate the editors and proprietors of the Rui'fiil.iOAS upon the high, legul nnd conservative grounds taken, nnd sincerely hope that they may keep up the agitation until the good people of tho county mull e in their mnj is esty nud with the Law in their hands demand of their civil officers a pionipt and faithful execution of the same. a cannot execute But the nflicci the law alone without the legal and backinoi nl support, and a. ing of the friends of Law and Order. '50 Let the secret clamor aguinst the ofJo of the ficers for the law cense until the people who are the proper conservators of society nnd custodinns of the law, shall uncover themselves, open their mouths, and render thnt aid to the executors of law, which will insure its proper execution. The failure to enforce u law will nut only prevent the good aims inin tended to be subserved, but will bring the lnw itself into contempt. by which its friends may become so CENTERTOWN, KY. danFeb. 10, Foi an inland village incensed, as to adopt illegal and a gerous methods of attaining the good with no inilrond, Centertown i a by the neggood business point nud we have purposes cointemplatcd lected law. is enough energetic citizens to make To illustrate our meaning we call things "go." Rev. V. God bey tilled his regular attention to the situation of all'airs in appointment here t Sunday. Bro, one of our neighboring towns, as anCourier-Journa- l only Godbey is now a resident of our vil- nounced in the few days ago: lage and we trc glad indeed to have a win.-K.i:m.i:ui WAHXKK. him and his pleasant family with uj. Em.vhi:tiitown, Ky., Feb. 10. Mrs Roberson Asliby, Woodwinds a ' Tl,cre ls Klrat excitement here over Valley, was the guest of hergrau.l- . mother, Mrs. Sallie Uowe, Just week. " thrcatciwil visitation of White Cap-Tl,is ,s " but for 'iiiy, Messrs. John and Frank Rowe ami Warren Roark have gone to Evans-vill- e some reason prohibition dues not prohib of the it, owing to the on business. A, Lee Rowe, who is teaching at laws The "White Cap-- " have threat Island, Ky spent Saturday nnd Sun- ened to take the matter into their own hands. Tuesday inoining the folday at home. lowing letter was found posted on the Rev. Tom Morton left for Ceralvo ISuAYHii Da.m, will engage in n doors of several rum shops in thi j Monday where he city: "Take warning. To the own- "' l"""'m , er of this dive; you are selling whisJ oung drug W. T. McKENNEY. ky nnd everybody knows it. We gist, continues to improve his store. voted prohibition and we are going to is a handThe latest improvement fcfc have it from this ou. If you are not some porch in front" closed up by Wednesday night we will BEAVER DAM, KY- Miss Etta Render, who has been visit for you. You nre said to be TilI be in hi- - office fioui the firt iting relatives and friends at Paradise, cloe Muhlenburg county, for the past pretty tough citizens, but it won't do IT to the loth of each nioiith. Ofto kick, for we have lot) good men fice over Bank. All work guaranhas returned home. month, teed. I'nces who said they will stop it. The school here has recently ic- - Our credit lodger aviIL be closed and stand closed indefinitely; in other words, we will adopt strictly A cash systiwi of business, which means cash or its equivalent. Doubtless many will be our course, but a few reasons and we believe any surprised thinking man or woman will see at once that it is not, only best for but them also: 1st. ri-- 2d. 5th. 0th I lu-- We want to establish a higher business principle that will better the man who buys as well as the one who sells. It not justice for the man who pays cash to pay a larger per cent, in order to make up the losses that must follow in credit business. lie who sells for cash strictly can undersell any man who runs credit business, thereby saving lhe;purchaser per cent, on every dollar's worth J of goods to from he consumes. No merchant can aiibrd to insure your life for six or twelve mouths on the bill you make, unless you pay him profit enough to take the risk. There was a lime when honest men could calculate on the future and meet a bill promptly; but hard times and monev matter- - hao forced good men to depression ask for extension, which disappoints urn in collections. If man owes you, ho w ill go elsewhere to spend his cash, unless he has enough to meet the bill and buv what he human nature and cannot be changed; but needs. It show him von can save him monev by selling close and making' no debts, and he proves to be your friend in the end. Y l"hil'''" Trusting that few of the many reasons given will convince our friends that we are justifiable in thepursurance of this course we hope to share their continued favor and patronage, whether it comes from the rich or poor. We remain yours sincerely, Ky. vrjLL-.uujm '"" ".""."" -- olOOES THE FLlEiT AH3 It BLACKSMITHING. large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Horso-shooim- !; ceived several new pupils. Charles L. King, who has been a student at the Medical University, Louisville, during the fall and winter, is the gue.--t of his brother.Dr. H. L. King, this place. The grip has left u; thank goodness, and "the sneeze and the groan nnd the nche in the bone" nre things of B. the past. "Wiiiti: C.u." ROCKPORT. Mr. Charles Mendel, representing Kentucky Jeans Co., was in town this week. Mrs. James Ricedalo is visiting Mrs. Leonard Gibbs. her daug-ntorMr. O. I). Yates, prince of good fellows, paid Rockport a pleasant call. Mrs. M. .1. Harper, who has tniitit school in Rockport for the past two years, move to Hamilton, where sho is to conduct a school. May success attend her. in Rockport, Died at her hmu February Tlh, Aunt Joiiuie, wifo of She was eighty Mr. Ross William-'- . six years old and came from Scotland thirty-fo- ur ago. Sho leaves a husband, several children r:v a li'iit of frmu-Nof W. II. Mr. J. A. Chambers, Ferguson Co., was in our town with one of tho best books wo havo ever seen, "Scones from Abroad" was the title. I would recommend it to teachora as well as to the boys and girls. Musically, Rockport is on a boom. teachers. Last Wo havo two inii-i- c week the Baptist Church received a very handsome organ, and Mrs. Dr. C. W. Layton nbo bad a lovely piano put in her home. eu Quito a number of our citizens led tliH funeral of Mrs. Dan Duncan at tho Hamilton burying ground. Rockport Dramatic Company will give a play quite soon for benefit of Baptist Church. Every bachelor in our town was a happy recipient of a Valentino from Unfortunately our his best girl. town has about three times ui many gills as boys, so n man's best girl dosen't nearly express the situation Eli-,as they usually aro many. , 1 yt-.us ut-to. The cry that "prohibition will not prohibit," N both deceptive and fnlc. It is the of the law that fail- - to prohibit. This long pcrs'sted in is likely to provoke mobocracy, when an outraged people in their fury, having been provoked it may be by some diabolical deed with a bloody hand, perpetrated prompted by a failure to execute law, they throw the law behind them. in the employment of illegal and reps, seek to achieve i resensible the good ends and purpn-c- . originally designed by the neglected law. Let, therefore, thf good people of Hartford and Ohio county t ike warning, and while we may depiccate with the deepest ubhnreiice, the ter- deim raliatiou riblc and absolutely in our midst as the results of the failure to exicute law, take n ' nea-ure- tei Jvf$; (if. .w a sncciall v. A J. Hkavkii Dam, ?y. ). WILLIAMS. feg3W'".-f- . v - Y"'" ' . - ' ' ' 1 T FAST t L 1ME ''?? TTT-- f TTT'TT-- r .: i... :.. .. i i cute Ohio county's Prohibition Law tietore some worse tiling may lie upon us a" the result of the exhaustion of patience upon the part of an outraged and long siiflcriiigpeo pie. To let criminal-- ' go unpunished is the most cruel thing a people can do, both us it relates to the public Maudlin and to the trausm'o. or. sympathy for the guilty is cruelty to Last Friday three the ini'ocent. murderers were hanged in Kentucky. Had the huiidieds of murderers that preceded .them been hung they might have taken warning and been saved. That is u false sympathy which sheds tears over the few violators of law, but smiles nt the tortures of an agonMa'y izing, but innocent multitude. our grand old county nud town, be saved from the results of such Let the people iu the exercise of their sovereignty net Godlike, take care of the righteous and Then, and not punish the wicked. not until then, shall we have protection for life, liberty, property, and the pursuit ot happiiies". A Law and Oiiii:u Citizkn. j CASEBIER S BUS MEETS ALL DAILY I t f ?jrsH:0B.&5. OiKTIS TO I i PRICE ALL. . llniiii' It. 9?1E.IJB, mm trot ALIKE. tlm Livorv IJuiim- -s of E. W. Taylor, I wish to inform tho I will do a ifiuieral I. ivory. at tho Feed public that Maud, and aNo keep on hand IM'OOIES, WAOONS and old biiii-di- t bu-ine- ss m$tetov - I )on't t' CAI.'TS of tho latest and nio-- t approved make, for-je- t is still to tho front in that tho Hartford Trau-fe- r bebalfof tlmdruiniiinraud travolini' public. Ple.i-- u jrivo mo n call T1II!EK TIMI'S DAILY. St'Vi Given &,i M 'T FlNTlON tllO Homos, ' to Traveiillfj for s.ilo or hiro at all times. Spocia attention given to all stoek entrusted to my caro. Yours Vory Respectfully . busios and wa-;on- O.. ,- - , ! c.tV' jPTv-,.k,5- ..'. s'iWIL f E U U.E PN E It A S&UH, -W-; - -r- - ,v. .. , -- sv T r. - s -v. v. -- - w ' BAKER AND CON' MOTION M. The rrriiiiiaii Pittsburgh Lamp is one oi mose ln- seems ventions that - sTANOAflu ronSeENruv to be It scents to reach the end as to goodness of nn-ishe- d. 3mm Also '(.lass lv(M!)S " 21 A Pino Lino of Will Sorvo at all times M FRESH Cakes, etc., always on hand- and in any style. 'wabbit-foot'-good- s -- wTftAPI i M'L kpvprv wnv. ,and ease of light Qystrs iu WvM Elans & ML Dream Mais is Ork in t- - TjiVUI'J Mid Hartford Ileruld. tho article." From tho painful silence of n newspaper hi these regions on tho "blind tiger" and other immornltics now agitating tho minds of the religious, moral, lnw abiding citizens of this community one is led to believe that it endorses the "blind tigers" nnd Its silence cerother immoralties. shows that it is not on tho side tainly of ttic lnw and order, but is rather inclined to let demoralization exist, W ill this silent paper declare its We can now only surmise; position? we wish to know where it stands. ot A Card. I wim to Emtous Ri:i'U1ii.ican: say to tho Republicans of Ohio county TWINBROTHERS and tho Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky, thnt the Hon. Charles M. Blanford, of Brcckcnridgo county, would be pleased to have a Delegate's place in tho National Republican Convention nt Minneapolis, June?, 1802. Mr. Blanford is loo well known to the Republicans of tho 1th District to need any commendatory introduc-tic- n. Ho served 4 years in the Federal army; represented tho people of Breckenridge county twice in the DRY HOP YEAST ment. The only care it requires is firing and wiping. Dirt falls out when the c! 'ninev is taken off. not into a pocket as in other central Putting in 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-s'.ore- s. Send for a primer, p. i bureh, Pi. Pittsburgh Brass Ca iu miuj; Fund Slahle. whore you can have your Horses Fwl. and ' o-- ( Owensboro, Telephone 208. No. 121 Main Street- - Kentucky; u )csl of I'lgS or- W SET '- QU da.y or night. r i urn i - RISE"! ron CO Leave tyour dors with n YTlllrraHBWflllllllfWrTIf f TTtfVi v UGOTB&A3 ....UHICO YtAil DETROirMlCM mm i BURTON.', llliimfiifBiRHCiiPf FAZK. BROS. & CO. MORALS. Collcgo Uapponlngs. - PLEASANT RIDGE. Our Citissons Having tho Hoputation of Boing a Moral and Law abiding Feo- plo Havo Conclud- od to Bocomo Moro so, .Mi'WIiiKH .1 t, y THE FOUR QUARTERS and Of lamb arc very good eating have spread their reputation over the four quarters of the globe, but George Washinton whose rep illation has also spread to all quarters of the globe, would probably have made very poor eating, had lie been quartered in any other way mwM MADE UP Held bj 'I huso ttlm 'llilnh uv tun lio llcllrr, uikI nlm an- - MIIIIiik to t'urultf mill .a. ci:r.::: On last :: Olll'IISl'N. l'iiiK't 1'iiit Wo tiro still moving along with our Farmers are busy burning plant-bu- ds. every day wot k. J'lesh real and inevery day, every terest lire iminife-te- d J'lof. I. S. .Ma'on has opened unite one has taken hold of his woik iu a nico select school horo of thirty such a way us to show that he has students, eleven of wi 0111 are board110 idea of giving up until it is fin. ing students. lshcd. The Euroka Litorary Socioty was Wc are triad to note that the citi at tluspluco last I'riday zens of the town are becoming more n'ght. A lurgo crowd in attendance. interested in their school work. Tho burning of W. R. Cook s The distinguished Mr. Barkley, of dry Goods store on tho 0th, caused school with by a defective flue, has added a Orecnville, honored the very his presence Monday morning, and great los9 to our place; boliuve, howtieatcd tho students to quite an inter-e-tin- g A SURPRISE! Saturday circulars were except on the British. He was Of too much bone and muscle to be at all tender, on the other hand his heart was in the i ight place, lie was however made up OF IDEAS, And so Arc the hk i tar fa, If vou want ocular demonstration just look in at our bargains, note the novelties we carry, and the prices we charge, there is nothing like it. Nowhere else ior FOUR QUARTERS Can you get such a dollar's worth as at & CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion, fc FAIR BROS. JlJ J(T M. V. R. R. iiiM9L-UL Ikmeinlier Henry iicr. I I Ctillin-- . the l;ir- - have the traile and will -- ell pood iv, -( I will lifinjjyoii tn my !iouc to IMgSfcMi i'vl' t M. M. K.mi.s. hn yoi'r jiood-.- . I'urinerr, Viiiiii! niir toltaeco i hum mum: ih'.w i.u not bed-"- . Sara A Me will on Teliae-e- n - ' 18.1" r ... M s. tt.il nn.ll'urr" Cotton worth 'J cK for lfeK per " " ,V. 7, l.ini'l.l i:i.n TKUM l.nlMI KIT vanl. I announcing that Dr. Coleman on Sunday at eleven o'clock Would deliver a Sermon on tho and Demoralization of the Timcs.at tho Baptist Church, and notwithstanding the inclement weather, the people turned out en masse to hear tho eloquent divine on his great subject. With masteily logic and powct this man of God told of the pin? of the people anil warned them of the that would inevitably follow, lie announced at tho elo.-- e that he would preach at night, and that his theme wouhi be how to cor-lethe evils of which he had complained. Again the neither was inclement ami again the Iioiig was clouded to ovci flowing. The truth po eloquently told earned conwetion to the he. ut. It was announced that Judge K' D. Walker would addicps the people ou Monday night at the BaptNt Chinch. All day Monday the sermons of Dr. Coleman wcie the topic of and the audience gathered that night larger than before, -"idy for the great speech that awaited them. Judge Walker's eflbrt was beyond the expectation even ot those who are best acquainted with his style. peculiar and impic-siv- c The body elected Dr. Coleman chairman, and body adjourned to meet Tue-da- y night at the C. P. Church, at which time Prof. Alexander delivered an able diaciMiou, and was followed by one or two other speakers. The body, after electing Secretaries, adjourned to meet at tho Methodit Clu-'cWednci-daThe night. Committee to secure lectures met early Widnwday and chore William r, Jr.. and J. K. Uowe to deliver the nddte es at night. The hou-- c was again packed. Mr. Foster d an excellent speech of fifteen minute''. Mr. l!owe made an unanswerable argument agauibt liquor drinking and liquor traflie ami in Appropritruth, outdid hiiii-cl- f. were passed, a Com-mit- ke ate appointed and the body ad join tied. this is a hi let statement ot ttic woik (d an oganiation that has til red the moral sentiment of the people of old Hartford to its very depths, and while Ilartfoid ha" for ytar. horni the leputation of being a moral. Mibcr, irtuous law abiding town, standing in the upper 'i sinks when coinpanil with her neighbor?, we can but feel that this general uprising of her citiens means, that the morals' of the town can and will he improve et Fo-tede-li- ven -- distributed tnlk, upon the subject; "The future of our country depends upon the young." Wc sliall always bo glad to see Mr. Barkley. Messrs Win. Mooic, Henry Hard-wic- k, Dr. E. B. Pendleton and Miss Ada Baiid nt tended General Exercise. Monday nmriiiiijr. Dr. E. B. Pendleton entertained the class iu Physiology with ono of his interesting talks Monday morning. Mr. A. F. Stanley, who visited Owensboro a few days last week, has relumed to his studies in school. Messrs G. B. Williams, Henry II111 d wick, I Stevens, Mrs. John Phipps and Miss Alice Bowman were welcome visitors at General Exercises Tuesday morning. Tho Adclphians are coming as we piophc-ic- d they would. Huriah for the hoys. We hope to hear from the R. E. C's in the near future. Misses Anna Beau and Mary Render attended General Exercises Wednesday morning. Mr. I lagan, Louisville, visited tho school Wednesday morning. Mr. McAfee, Elkton, Ky., niatiic-ulaii'- d in school Tuesday morning. A-- o ever, the insursneo will cover the loss and ho will rebuild in tho noar future. Will May, ono of Whitesvillo's most popular insuranco ngonts, was in our town last week. D. L. Johnson, Deputy Sheriff of Ohio county, gavo us a visit a fow das since. Miss Jossio Mosoly, ono of Hurt-foryoung holies, is visiting hor bister, Mrs. Dr. Hoover, this wook. Ham.moiin. d's Sara & For Me have concluded Salo! I will 011 the 25th iust., sell. in Hartford tl yoke ofcattle and one wagon belonging to Mrs. A, B. Baird. E. C. Baiiu), to Surprise our most intimate friends. We are no! prepared to tell jou about it now but will probably do so next Ad'm'rof A. B. Baird, dee'd. Statement of the Condition ok tup. UK- - T Afoiti: Anon. At llic Clone nl Ilnalnp, Jnnnnrjr l, 1N92, mid hnbmltted to the week. Rosiuo School. The Spiing School at this place will begin on Monday, Feb. '.'(), 16!)2, and will he conducted by Sarah Ileavrin, principal. Special pains will be taken to make this one of the best Schools in tho county, I will be glut! to sec all the patrons present at the opening of said school. Thanking you for p.i- -t favois and hoping you will continue to patroni.c said school, I icmain ours, Very truly, Nlochliolilcr's Mrclluif Jhii. O, 182. RESOURCES. Bills discounted Real estate Furniture and fixtures Bonds Debts iu suit Expenses paid Cash 111 safe Cash in other banks SCO, 74 1.1 9 3,000.00 1,000,00 1,341.07 773.52 32.20 9,320.72 16,325.67 f92.534.0l) In the mean time if vou desire HONEST GOODS at HONEST PRICKS call on SARA & ME Sahaii A Safo Hartloid I1.1- IlKVVlttN. Investment. now in LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits Due other Banks Diridcnds'unpaid Piolit and lots S. K. COX, $30,000,00 59,031.57 286,39 208.00 3,000.08 $92,534.99 PllKSIDENT. -- her mid-- t a Local Board of the Kentucky Building ami Loan Association, of Louisville, Ky. Anyone a safe mid piotitahle investment, would do well to look into the workings ofthiu institution. OiTicnts J. S. Coleman, President; S. C. Tay'or, Vice President; II. P. Taylor, Attorney; Rowan C. L. Fie'd, Jo. B. Rogers, dc-iiiIIol-broo- AT- FINE HORSES! Messrs. Minton & Directors 1. 1' asaBMUm-rmMU- a rrllBTy -- M No .No .ml V.xnf'?.. .. I, l.lmltr IKirr llil 1 lr. : RESOURCES. Having -- ecu but little in your paper fiom here, and noticing the great Loans and Discounts. . ..$37,0f4.28 Real 3,000.00 improvement tb.it has been made in Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 widethe paper since our has been Cash 011 Hami and 111 other awake Superintendent Bank, 23,800,27 the quill, and noticing, too, to g, pu-hienirc-pondent FRIENDSHIP. Thornton will arrive next week with their Of the Condition of tho Stock, and will be at Beaver Dam the Fajr Grounds unDEPOSIT BANK til the sale. They will have one cartho Close of Business load that is Standard At Dec. 31, 1891. and Registered. They lli.(M, Tret. Jo. II. lltnvri, Anderson'S BazaaR. PROPOSITION! m . -- m FRIDAY, FKHUL'AUY W, lMtt. ht. The Ailelphianrt tntertaiii For line Clothing pee Fair Hnw. Co. & ForTohaeeo Cotton, eall on S.ira Me. & For toiisoiiul work eull Collins. on Heniy The best stable. of leeil at Field's livery Kxtru line fill men's suits at Fair Bros. iV Co. Latest l)le hi Spring Clothing at Fair Uros tte Co. Kstra Tobaeeo Cotton Fair Bros, it Co. New line of Calicoes, l)rew Goods at Halm's ut Ciiujlmnix, No Clothing House in Ohio county cqiinl to Fair Bros, & Co. An excellent letter from Louisville came m too late for publication. KeinemberC. L. Field's bus when on want 10 go to Beaver Dam, j Buy all your Tobacco Cotton at Fair Bro-i- . it Co., L'cts is the puce. Look at my Dress Goods at lOcts. Kaiik. pcryard. I will wive you motiey by buying Kaiin. your goods of us. y Born, to the wife of Win. Dula-ueon the 17 tli inet., a line, 8 pound boy. Minton & Thornton haveariived with :J2 fine Marcs for their Big Sale the iMth. Come to Hartford ou the '25th, and buy jou one of Minton & Thornton's fino brood Mares. What Fair Bros, it Co , tell you about Clothing may ho depended on as being the truth. Tho finest lot of Mares ever offered for sale in 0)iio county, will bo sold here next Thursday. Surveyor John B. Wilson has about completed n fine map of Gaines Coal Mines, Fordsvillc. Call on C. L. Field's when you need nuythiug in tho livery tho bet of rigs for hire day or night. wish an easy shave or an elegant haircut, call on Henry Col- If you lins, North side of Public Square. MintoiutThnrntoii havo a high bred saddle stallion 3 years old this spring, that they wi'l offer for snlo tho 2"tli. are again tlr.it your Conipaie onr Hiown SnitK at 810,00 sending in the news, and as nothing with iinv Sir,00 Miit, ami kc if they from my pen has appeared iu jour rc not iiarL'i'in?, onlv at Fair Ilnw. paper for over a year, I havo eon & Co. eluded to send 3011 .1 few items. The health in thi community is Read the "ad." of Horace B.irne- -' impiovin', Job Farmer, G D. line horre, Tom NiehoN, chew here in Fid. It. J Biaudou, J. A. tiii-- i i ue. This is ono ot the be?t T. D. Koynl. Mis. T. D. hor.-c-s ever brought to the enmity. Hot al, Mr- -. Girudia Itoval, Mrs. MaVy F. Hoyal, W. II. K0y.1l are .Itibt in, the Laige-- t Stock of Dry impioving. Goods Clothing, Boot- -, Shoes Hati Dave Thomas A. Fiiqua and Mi and Caps and will tell them at a bar- Koyal were mariied on the 7th tilt. Kaiin. gain. Woodfnid Gicci an.! Mi- - Lee Gul ley were married on the ilth of JanuTho Sunday School Conven- ary. tion. A. P. and C. A. Kelley have pin. The Sunday School Convention cha-c- d Jeff Ralph's stock of good- - at on Iat Saturday Magan. met in Hartford is Whither it Wedding's saw-m- ill morning at the Presbyterian Church, with President Win. Milligan, in tho located near here. Kid. Robt. .1. Brandon was ajain chair and Miss Ida Duke as Secretary. Owing to the fact that a quo- elected pastor of Friendship Chrisrum was not procnt, tho body ad- tian Church Sunday the 7th ult., vote. The journed until 1 o'clock p. m. At without a single which time it resinned its work. Af- bell purchased for the church has arter hinging by the choir, I'm t. J. W. rived fiom Louisville. raised on the There was a Lytle gave an excellent talk ou the banks of Panther Cieck near Hamobject of the convention, in a manilton's Ford's Saturday, which Albeit ner that clearly pet foith and interest that pliould he taken in II. John-n- u will occupy. Pearl, little daughter of Mrs Sarah it l every one. The next topic discup.-e- d win The Luellen, has returned fiom Masou-vill- e. Vital Question, by Prof. Hawkins I want to ca- -l mv vote for James was characterized by thought, oband W. O. tained by cxpcricnie and meditation. G. Blaine for Pre-aleHe was followed by J. C. Paik, who Bradley for Vice President. H. E. Puni.u-AN- . clearly demonstrated to the minds of his auditors that tho tochers mii-- t have his hem t in the work, if he is Entertainment. Biicccpsful. In the absence of W. G. Tl ) Ailolphian Litorary Society Duncan the chair appointed J. L. willjjitoan onturtainmout in Col-le- jjo Klinore to give his ideas in regaid to Hall, Friday evening, February to Tho Outlook of our Suudav School, HI. Tho public ii imited to bo who presented "soino reasonable argu- present. Tho following is the to indicate that ment that the forces at work in it were very Opening leiuarks by ehaiiman, It. potent. At this juncture Bro, Bark-Ic- y K. L. Slii'unerman. Chorus -P- atriotic arrived and the Chairman gavo Glee. Select Readin- g- V. IL a few minutes recce. After which Rhoads. The- Mighty Present Bro. B.irklcy made soino statements '.. II. Shiilt. Solo - Plaj mates and tho Convention adjourned to I). Coloinan. Original Pojiii L. meet at seven o'clock tho following J. A. AnderIt. Barnott. News--- S. evening, son. Chorus -- A Homo on tho PraiConvenAt the appointed time the tion again assembled, and Prof. Win. rie Wide Address l,'fho Mnn Dies but Iiis Foster having been appointed by the "W. I. Lytle. Memory Lives" to perform tho work assignPresident II. B.ifnes. boeaiipe of Comic 'Reading -- W. ed Prof. J. D. Coleman, his absenco, stated in a very pcholarlv Solo -- I Havo Worked Eight Hours manner, tho great missionary work this Day L. M .Render. Address of Silence"- - J. B. that should be and is done. lie wn? Parody- - L. M. Render. followed by his younger brother, Rogers. Kichard, with some truthful remarks Chorus -- Land of tho Braio. Comic upon the Spirituality that should bo Declamation -- U. C. Barnott. Xows No. 2 -- J. I). Coleman. iu tho Sunday School; and Bro. Bark-leand others of tho Convention 9- - aarii33,r.s expressed themselves as being g'ad to sec the young men cngngo in such Jiepresents Brown in ?', lung' a model work. Wo next listened to i)'- Co., iho Ltinicat Mei" u very logical speech from Dr. W, chant Tailoring EstabAlexander, upon tho importance of lishment York in ,'Yc'iv complcto consecration upon the part City, and 'irith Fashion of any ono in whatever ho is engaged, Plate and Samples, is now if ho would obtain tho best results. ready to take measures for After a lecture by Bro. Barkley in Sni'inJ and- - Summer Suits. in the interest of tho Sunday School, The Samples have reprewhich was charaeterucd by tho most sent an average stock of ardent zeal, tho Convention ad- one hundred, thousand dob you journed, and every one went to his lars in niece goods, home, with u greatei determination to can find, what you want. engage iu tho Sunday School work Call and. see him. moie earnestly. i5 MMSSlJi. Ma-lond, dis-entilog-hou- se nt pro-ji.itu: Ifr-sa"The-'Charit-- 807,370.55 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid ReseiveFund Surplus Fund Deposit Account 823,000.00 802.31 2.250.00 30,238.24 SG7.370.55 will briiig Mary B, sired by Pandams,son of Mambrino Russell, first dam by Robert McGregor, record of 2:17i. This is a great filly, and will make a trotter sure; and al- John H. Bani:s Cashier. Sub-cribe- d and sworn to before me, this January 1, 1892. Shelby Taylor, I). C. O O. We take pleasiue in submitting this our fii.--t annual statement to the public. We have now ns safe a as nny in the State, and solicit the business of firms ' corporations and individuals. Special attention to collections. Exchange bought and sold on the principal cities of the United States. John II. Barnes, Cashier. TI13 From and after this date, we will sell our line of heavy Boots at AMAZINGLY low prices, so low that it will pay our customers to buy Boots for the bad winter, which FOSTER says must come. We have 150 PAIRS that must go, are going now. Come in. Corn taken for BOOTS. so bring Phantaga-nctte- , by Teller, he Also, a few CLOAKS, especially in chil-dreby Alcalde, her first sizes that are going at SLAUGHTER dam by Pierson, he prices. Respectfully, by Hambletonian. ns This mare is fine,and a trotter can show a 2:40 gait; also will bring Annie Gay,Ca-talpa, HOCKER $CO. BEAVER DAM, KY. LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. No. I, Solid MO. Bettie O, Hat-ti- e Celebrated Staliion: L, and those rep resent the blood of the greatest sires thr.t ever lived. They are descendants of such great sires as George Wiikes, Robert McGregor, Mambrino, Onward, Chief, Alex- Tint, $8.00 95.00 Tins, B.VV HIGH GRADE. strictly Io. 1 0, Udiii' Cislioi Tint, $04.00 o. 4 BonTsrtlbli Solid Tires, Z, CISIIOI Tins, m H Ho. S, Ladles' Solid L. lo.4, 1, " 8J.00 GoskloiTlns, OUR Cushion Tires OJ.OO No better Warranted ALL PABTS machine made at any price. Bicycle Catalogue Frto. Interchange able. TOM NICHOLS Will stand tho present season, commencing tho 80th of March, 1&02, at my stable, on tho William Norris farni,oiio-four- th milo north of Bearer Dam, Ky., and will bo permitted to servo mares at $23.00 to insure a maro with foal; money duo when the fact 1. is nscortainod or mare transf-jrrDESCRIPTION: Tom Nichols is a beautiful iron gray, dark inauo and tail, 1(5 -2 hands high, fi years old, well muscled, stands straight and carries bin self well is very docile and works well anywhere. PEDIGREE: Tom Nichols was sired by Ten Broek, ho by imported Phieton and he by tLe great King Tom. Ten Brock's dam, L unity Helton, by Lexington mid out of Nantura, Tom Nichols' 1st dam, Arthilla, was by Longfellow, 2d dam, Fanny Wells, by imported Soveieign,3ddam, Reel, by impoitcd Glcncoe Reel was tho Tom Nichols dam of War Dance. has been euteiedand run over many tracks ot the United States with cood success, and year before last won threo races. He was bred and raised at the celebrated Nantura farm, in Woodford county, Ky. Cure taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. Pasturage for marcs during the season free. I will offer a PremPREMIUM: ium of 850 for tho threo best colts: $25 for best, 815 for second, 810 for third. HmiACU Baunks, Benver Dam, Kv. 1- Hambletonian, anders, Abdallah,and other great sires that are the foundation of all trotters. This is only a partial list of their stock, and they have many others that are equally as vpOO.UU Uui ih $85.00 LOVELL AIMMS JOHN MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON, MASS. CO., I. 100 X&&VUiViZir5 fiillluitr:t;il Catalo'at . i i.i . i (ali in iiiirpj fr wr t' t: T ', lfc!', I Codi tf !.. Thorough, Practical Imtrucllon. Grndu. Catalogue itcumilntccl lo iwiitlom. PKCt',. wriw io Strilloa BuiBiii Cclligi, LOUISVILLE, KY. good and well bred, that will show for themselves on day of sale. IN ever were prices higer for ood horses roVasteIe5s fls pleasant as!eniSyt'up. than now. They soM out of sight on last I Monday at Lexington; 53 head brought 8150,725, an average of $2,957 a piece. Let us raise some of this kind. tionni.lnlMlaalk1a .1 tiie Newspaper AaT.r . AYIMAAON. tl.lnff P.FULIOUSNESS. Chills,malakia ij l iN .if mamm- our authorlMd MvnP li.r that the Tutc1e Chill Tonic which ha Riven such umvertal atlfa.Hon, and vh'i.hjouharyour neighbor talking about fa Grovh's. To get the original ml vrmiine Tnstdfsl Chill Tonic, al-wart ask for Grove's, and don't nccept cheap, untried substitutes, claiming to bejuit as pood. Grove' Tasteless LlilllTonic noius tail o ozs. ana couumsao doses, vrhile many of the new, untried tasteless tonics only hold 4j os. and to thirty doses. Grove's Tonic is ns large as any dot-la- r contains but twenty-fou- r tonic and rotilln for 50 cents. Mantiracturcd by PAKIS MKD1CFNK COMPANY, St. Lou Ik, Mo. Sold hy nil Druggist REMEMBER iroffli(( mJM pro-eced- X1M ayccywHJSWBBBHHIti did commit snicido, nnil n liinti liml int from to !io forcibly rcfltrniiiml to St. IVti'ndiurjj in unler FRIDAY, FEBUUAItY 10, 18U2. tlmt ho ttiiirht tlit'i-i- tnlti liis own life, mid tins aliow to tlm liiisstnns how SELECT. KY. I'olt. 11, Not seeing itiiythtii; knonly tho.Iujmiiosnt. Tult tlio tiiyr:ipo from here for two or tlnvc weeks, I tlmt luul liuin bronchi upon tliuin. will endeavor to wri.o u lew lines Ono irovinco lias pinsud ii luw tlmt Died, on the U3tl of Jnnimry at the i no one liall liucnlled Tstnlii or Ta- V. J. Ar-- ' no, tlm minies of the miscreant who rcsiricuct! of her buckle, Aunt Nnncy Alclii'on, better Mlncl.ud tlio r;:rovitch, mid miiiio known as "Grannie." She lived to people nr.u nilvoeutiti! that tho tiuiiio bo nearly ninety five years old. of the town f )tsu should bu ehnnud "Grannie" joined the Methodist in order to obliterate all niumory of Chinch when nuitc yotitij;. She liv- - tho crime, 'l'siidit was sentenced to cil a Uiristnin Mle, and wad loved liy imprisonment with labor for life. . t .....a i ii ii miiuj i a.. iiiii ...n... i ... ii iivui; ...ill un-'till ..til niivti uvi on liiHliiiL' nt attempted murder: her more than the writer oi iiic:g , ti, r ii... trim the i,1,i,1; 1 have known her over forty Iince--. judges gravely linked if thuv oiiijht years. She came hero Iron) Sum- to rfsigii after h.uing been engaged mer county, Tciiii., in 18(!'J, and was in so htimilitutinir a task. Tliiiro is left n widow in lfJUO. She lived with no dubt '('audit's rritntt was the outCarter Stewait, until her come of tlto detestation with which last glimmer when Mr. Stewart movmany Japanese view foreigners, and ed to Kansas, since then she has made nlready attempts have been made to her home with V. J. Ai buckle. Sho idolie him, Mime ulacaids having was buried at the Stewart graveyard i been distributed in Toyko declaring mi the 24th, at 2 o'clock p. m. him to be a hero for trying to kill the Horn, to the wife ol V. .J. Arbuek- - ' foreign "animal." It, Jan. 23, a tine. boy. Strange, but i under the same roof lay the grand-- i ,C UlCnr j mother of the infant dying, who died -three hours later. .Mother and child doing well. Born, to the wife of (i. j (3. Butler, a nine pound boy. Cornice's ' face is wreathed wiih smiles. The grippe is loing its grip here, nil the eases arc about well. l iinni tim. .. iii. naizeiowii, i .very i - iyjr nsmi, T5TW1 BI5T low of typhoid (ever, nod he is not p(WHQH(S(iniNMWHinC CP. OfyWtHOT ievHi.ijx)Hi(niii lie,L- 10"Ml T1ITB'. ' cat. expecieti io r?covr, Ipon sA.kR "fly Select school under the manage- - & mn ) I . a . I I Hartford Republican Atlontion, Republicans of tho 4th Congro8ssionnl District. In accordanco with the provi-douof tho call issued by the State Cens Miiiimiiiiiuiiniim!-i;MiiiMfiiii.iiitiiiM- i k.n: zt .. Mil..!. i . jAY-EYE-s- r6 Siw tral Committee dan. 2llth, 1 hereby call a dist'iict convention to meet at Eliabothtown Tuesday, .March 21), 1S02, for the purpose of selecting es two delegates and two altcrmito to represent the t t It Congressional district in the National Itcnuh-lica- n Convention which nieetsat 7th; to select district officers of tho State Convention and to transact such other business as miiv bo presented. Tho various County Co.uinittees will call County Conventions to so-ldelegates for the district Convention, and will proceed in manner reand form prescribed in tho c cently issued by tho State Central Committee. liach county will be entitled to one voto for every HM) votes, or fraction over ol) votes cat fur President Harrison in 1S&S. C. M. HMiNinr, Ch'ni'n Itli Cong. Dist. ltcp. Com. According to the basis given above the counties of the district will be entitled to the following representation: 4 Hreckenridge. . . 18 flullilt 12 l." Green Grayson 15 14 Hart Hardin 10 7 Marion Larue t 11 Nelson Meade 8 22 Taylor Ohio 14. Washington dol-gatoct 1 mtv l;i'ion of icnr Willi tliivoiiipltcitlousor of.liiV'l-.r-S- i .... )Hni'i (liu'Ktirr 1. I id iriivu iariCi fiunio 3 It ,mim " Viurli UiK riinuly, 1 iiinotil n uncu l.niuli " tiimllii,'. iroia u a itnr ukl Idly, ! sk, a . mm . . . .JTrn A Sl W I'lRillftv. Ov tTlo',SI..'jn Itlnlliotientnrppnrnlloti I tiuuporuscdorln-nrof. I lii'.irllfy rivomiiu'iiil UlDiillIIorsuiiifU." UVu.ie leitlmontal Ask PENG'S OiOTMEiT. raurdnmlstfurlt. If h I rial . i ,", 5 ivi litjCT.y.! M'inluivpiuiiiirllvir for J.nut iiiiciiiiu, Ku3n.'llLT :iu3sun'. ' u. 11. 1. 1111 a v it., l.i 111 tiiixmn.il iiiix'iii iiai4iaiiaiimaiiiii ! aWl a.. init 'Seeing Is Believieg." must bo simple; when it is not simple it is not cood.I. SimMe, Beautiful, Good these rriirf. Ami a a - lav:p Is fti.'N WMM$M XC mean much, but to sec " '1 he liodicster " t 7i23ftvT CQ truth more forciLly. All metal. touch anil seamless, anil maiic in inrcc pieces 01117, it is aisai'utt.y wf and unbreakable. 1 .ku Aladdin'J yMpy of old, it is indeed a 'vonder'ul lamp." i r vs mar- vclous light is purer and brighter t.ian gas lij' t, Jt.u3' softer tha'n electric light and more cheerful t'un ci.l.cr. will impress tho w.jjy r iSjv Irj Hiwd or 5ofi Water tbis Soap worl;? so well, tbt Woroen want NO OTHER I.ciot:forltilJtimiv-TlinRociir8T- rri. Rocnc'ter. t.u.l tlie .,.. i .,. vrill yptiil li?tft.iMV4.-lcl.c- J fiom tlw -- VWiy'li Z- J. -'- '.111 .--. o. i'tittilji'.ii..tt i,. lit i. .. v.- stlcn Mm n limn fifiU bv t rt - ,J i wui t. fail lu Iffilirni!cnirrlnn . r i i. i - -- ou; ........ ' f. cc... ti:icr",,, it.: t.1 tvwf ... ...v., .. .. '. ? "TkL Rochester ja V'r I ) iMIlii MMM V V V V V rffP N1 T I. 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I Adjustablo Extension Stand. ins Mustang Linimei Cure for the Ailments of and Beast. .'. long-teste- JOB WORK TO US, And It will receive , iiny (itliur Iiopublieim Ncwpti per in Aiiiericii. DAILY. SUNDAY, IV K(-.sH-c- t fully, ' I The Aggressive Republican Journal oi me .icir'iiuu.s PAPER FOR THE MASSES. Poiiinleil December lt, 1887. pain reliever. Its almost universal by the Housewife. th; Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by ever) o'ie requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. d BARNETT b b ' & ! '.i-it ROGERS. r; ust; is ' n' . "-"' r.v AWx iO. V" .' i.v5'M5i i aaa ii '. t i . i rrcjrr-rMtiM j' r-- w.y iT"Vrcv-- i till' ' i r. Ii , .' . V, H'k"L ,' Inn i ami eiuli in I Ki Circulation selectTky. plentiful ui the "grippe," in this country, I could write an interesting letter. Nearly ever one has or hm had the "grippe," your corespondent included. George House Iiti3 pneumonia. Thomas Wilson is very ill of typhoid. There is quite a nourishing school at this place, under the management of Prof. D. Leo Barnes. The Professor U an excellent teacher, and deserve the success he meets with. We are glad to sec n many of tho young folk- of Little Bend attending our II. K. James has recently puruhn. ed a farm in this neighborhood, and moved on it. We heartily welcome him. Prof. A. L. .lames is teaching a at Baizetowu. splendid Theie was an interesting revival held at this place some time ago, during which time several of our and young poeple cunfcsMil their signified their williiigue.-- s to obey the Lord. So fur. mi good. Thiec weeks later theie was a dance, at which iimnv of t'hciu lost their religion. llois von r religion didn't Jnl you as long as ii clean shirt. The Dcinoeiatie paily, at this place is condemning Pioident UiiiimiiiV Chilian policy as buierh us they do everything eUe that i for the good of Mai I'm:. the people. wa lie DAILT. - ovsr 100,000 This If news yrv!.ii.i"" Brtok Run.1. 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The Pre-1Sunday Edition U a s)lendid twenty page paper, covering every current topic of intcie-t- . The Pie-- s Weekly Edition contains' all the good thing"' "of the Daily and Sunday Editions. ' Por those u ho cannat afford the Daily or are pieventcd by distance from tnrlv teceiviiig it The Weekly U " j siili-titnt- e. remedy has stood the t of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of wdl-know- n u-s- Ilrnii liiti-t- . teliyoutli.it fastens f;i lt H ui'tli.i j iMno often runs iiituLoiiMiiiiiition r.iulg iiipU miri'iini; fuiin A lht.i:i,y Pneumonia uud C'oikuuiptio:i vi ! nil; . I iini-'- i U u ii Vv,C.iroiisi i, .' r. I . 91 ii "IT STARTED WITHAG0L0."s Mt'STANo Liniment. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it 'DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY for CoiirIh, Colils and Consumption ii beyond thu of all (pie.stion l Can you afford to neglect it? 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