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OFFICIAL ORGAN Or THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS $1.25 Fir Annum, la Ainui. REPUBLICAN m $1.25 per year. K VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY FRIDAY, tho wintera of 1871-7under tho torship of our esteemed fellow-cition- , 2, 1892. PARIS, TENN. Feiihuaky, 15,1892. State Directory Omernor l.ieutcinnt MARCH. tu- I.iko some reformer, who with 1111011 .1. C. Hiley. In tho f.i'l of 1872, Mr. Emtoiw ItKPunucAN: Possibly nusteer. Turner began teaching in tho comofHlale llradlty many Republicans throughout the Neglected (Ire nml loud itixistotit mon school", Attorney (!f iirrnl W. J. and taught the greater county have beeu made sorrowful beAuditer tonus, .1. U Norman Treasurer ..Henry Hale More rasiiinr than tlm wrongs part of six years in various localities cause of Mr. Blaine's letter declining ISetteriif l,and OfTlcr 0.11. Hango of the county, spending, however, n wliicii hIio boinoniiM, to nllow his nnme to be placed beAdjutant Ii ncial A.J. dross Wulk through thu land and wearioi part of the tunc in attending school upt. Puhlli- K. 1'. Iliomsnn fore the Convention in June next nil who hear. . A.lrJrtltin as a student. Clflk for tho Presidency. But I can see I". Polk Johnson PuMic Printer While yet wo know tho nuud of He was married on December 28, no good reason for any good RepubM'ch reform : 187(, to Miss Mattic, only daughter . u.. I I i ssrsasssroxilican being sorrowful. Of course all on uiiuiui imiovoiy .uaren, with of Harnett IIuiNon. .Mrs. Turner is would have beeu made glad to seo so wind and storm, Clrtull Court contend, llio (lit Monday In Mil) snd NnTcmtirr. woman, and tho To break tho spell of winter, and set in accompli-'hegreat a man placed at tho head of tho l.P l.itlte JikIs union ha boon a happy one. 'Ihey Common rallh'sAtturai'y ..J or .Nor free Nation. But wo have a man filling Clerk c llrclk'k Tho prisoned hiooks mid crocus have three children living and ono J I' llarrrlt L'uiaiaiMinner the place now whoso life has been as beds opprced. dead. Tho living arc all three boys pure and whoso Administration lias Judge Morton Severe of i'nco, gaunt armed, and K I. Vi x Allonie) Homer nnd Kllk Mr Turuildly-dreebeen ns clean and as patrictic as any Clerk Hunan IIoll,rook M rl.1 8 (."I'HjIor ner has always been a farmer, save She is not fair nor beautiful to ceo. of his predecessors, nnd one, who, if .7. l PToumnn Jailer Hut merry April and sweet smiling the six years he was a teacher. (.'otitlconrrnr.the lt Moinl.i) In null month, He the pnrty will stand by, will be plac Q.A.XiT3in .tiny is ii member of Mt. Carmcl Haptist ed there again. ('mill tlm .Inl Mnndi) In Jauuar), Come not till March has first preApril, Jnl niicl Oi tnlx r. (Continued next Heck.) Church utiil is a Democrat. In AugSenator Hil!, of N. Y., says that pared the way. Coust of Cialsao. ust, 18!J0, he was elected Justice of Court begin tli" 1st Moudt) In Oilohcr and SIIIItOH'S CATAHRH Hemedy. "Cle.vel.ind will decline to have his Elh Wheeler Wilcnx in hidi'i Jnmc liitiu.ry. tlm Peace for the liuford MagNterial A positive euro for Catarrh, DiphJournal. name go before the Democratic ConDistrict, and is making an able and theria and Canker-Mout- h. In Man li, June, Sold by vention this year." And Hill ought Jutke's courts hold ! lw nil I, ni per date iipnltii Hit n iiih'h. Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. COUNTY COURT. conservative ofheer. to know, the Courier-Journ- al Hill practice In ni, court oi unio .imiaiiiomtn I J V Turner, .', 4.1, 4, to the rotlnti.-- . an, In Mn,.ln. t..... and Some modem philosopher has giviciitu, Court of Ap- i .Meltinlle,4, J, :i, J, contrary notwithstanding. reals. Collections and Joseph McKmloy. (ll W Tii)lor'ronUblo. kiHncsa attrnded Caton Stock Farm. en these eleven linos tho summary of to, lice, ho. V, over Anderson's llamar. Hart- Bnof Sketches of Somo of our The subject of this sketch was bom Mr. A. L. A Inte New York paper says that ford, Ky. If. r. Met. ns, l, in, le, lr. Thomas, Supt. of C.tton ri.lj 1 A..--, Imoxii, II, IC, 14, II. Best Citizons. "Hill will resign from tho Senate, if life: (, I'. li. W in Ohio county, near Hell's Hun Farm at Juliet, III. remarks, "I 7 years in childhood's sport nnd play 7 I I IM.lio Mll, r, i, I, 1, he (Hill) receives the Presidential Church, July 11 His father, you amount for six bottles of (hut llll.ru, .1, J I . 1 f Uelow wc give short sketches of the 14 nomination, and then ask Gov. Flow i years school from day to day J 'l') lie I Hen McKinley, died when he was ATTORNEY AT LAW, Junius Ointment. As n rule I am gentlemen eninposiug our County very (IVir) llrnndl, 7, , 7, 7. 21 er to appoint Mr. Clovclnnd to 'the 7 years at trade or college Iifo young and his mother, Charlotte conservative about saying It 'I Ilrmlir, t,, i, i, 6. BifcT.S. (.11 U I ay anything Court: nr constable. Senatorial vacancy," this is Hill's 7 years to find a place and wife I Hoarth McKinley, died when 28 he was but after one year's trial I must con I. KulLrrvui, 1.', II, II, 7 years to building upward given 85 Alouzo Shorman Kcowu. s fourteen years of a"e. UN stenfath- - fes" that it will do all you claim for idea of how to placate the I, WiK,,lril. II. f.mpvar. I, II, TZ. -- STNTetaaing-, i. ro W l!ow The subject of tbix sketch wai born cr, Mo?es Spencer, wtis n grcnt hun ident. Now suppose Hill's plan is 7 years to business hardly driven 42 it." ( W M lltrj, II, Hi, 11.9 Apiil 15, ISO."), near Selectjthi" coun ter in the early days of the county. consummated nnd that he should be 7 years for some wild gooso chase 40 111- Titer, in. a, s, s. r.sis, ( W I' Miller roiiiable. ty. Ilia parents were Thomas XI. and Jo. was the oldest of eiuht children nominated by the Democratic Con- 7 years for wealth and bootless race 50 KINDERHOOK, KY. V. G. Harnett left for Evansville vention at Chicago, and if he so mnn 7 years for hoarding for your heir 03 Diana Maize Kcowu. lie was a very and being left an orphan at such an iviiuva niuuwtier ismiuing.) ng I'ollrr Cfiurli. induetrioiia, ages the New York Convention, which 7 years in weakness, pain and caro 70 ' o.nyo,l.rTcLdjIn,rnSr0c0;u8n.ien,!n boy, and early age, had o hard struggle to get last week with four rafts of logs. AMoSoiarr' Miss Alice Bowman T2nwiy Then die and go you should VubUe has returned convenes on- - the 22, of February, J J Mil lirll, Ju.lxr ; H P 'laylor, lenmincd uith his lather on the farm on in life. He had little or no edullsitm ItlSIMlAI. to her homo at Hartford, after clos-iu- and ieceives72 of New York's know where.- - Boston Globe. N (! Iiinli'l, Judjt.-- ; J W Psnlcl, till ho reached his majority. My close cational advantage but by close appliniriiul. J l a five month school at Alexander. IMT. can he then be nominated at lMnii,Jinlm.j JiikA lUillhig, application he obtained a fair ciltica-tio- cation at home he has acquired n msrslial. in the common Miss Ollie Anderson is visiting Chicago? ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tho leading Democratic School Closed. II llaird, Judge; W P Tliunmit, Hiarrusi.. vciy good business education for a mui'lul. He won the affections of Mi.--t Nanabove Hartford, the guest of Miss newspapers say no! So as Hill is I had the pleasure of being at Alman of his age. JmU'i-- . RotMniit. Klrkl i4ikt it (J I'rvwilrr, JuU; cy K. Duvall, daughter of John and keeping back his views (if he has any) exander school houso on thn Vlih Will practice his profession In all the May 12, lSfio, he was muried to Lena Tanner. i. ilnl. Courts of .Sarah K. Duvali, and their happy Mi-- s Cy:itha. Sharp, sister It. P. Baird, Ccntcrtown, spent on the "Free Silver' question, when iust., to witness the closinc exer Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of of Fleming Appeals. Special attention alren to collection. uihcrCotiiily unirrri union took place .September I, 1S84. Sharp, one of the richest farmers of last Saturday and Sunday in Kinder-hoohe knows that Cleveland lias long cises of the pupils at that place, who unice, oter Wllinma, JM j, Co's drugstore. 'J''10)' '"ive (,,,c child, Arthur Ilamp- - the Cr.uiu Pond unrjor .AJ.'.V'""".1! since made his convictions known, have been under the managraent of! country. To them . . . . ArMir l Irimrnl.... ht hol Miss Minnie Baird has returned will the Western States take him up Miss Alice Bowman for the past five j JV ' "'"!!'" ton, a Imglit boy o six suniiners was born ten eluhlicn. nil livinirhnt ( nronrr .......... .. . .1 W llrn.llr) Mr. Kcowu has a neat little farm 01. two, Ida P., who died two yrurs'ago, from Centei town, where she has been and trust him anyhow? months. Owing to tho cold day, but I which he lived till November, 188!), and a child that died sn infant. The leading Southern papers say a tew visitors were present. I would visiting her sister, Mrs. Abbie Tich- wor.snxr. The when lie embarked in the drug no! So it seems to me that the way like to give the entire program, but living are Samuel, Fleming, Henjtt-ni- iu cuor. third and It. K. 4'lllirrli.SiiMlli. Miss Mollie B. Maple is visiting never seemed more clear for the suc- space will forbid it. After listening at Select and was appointed In rnili month SuMrilli.pchnol nt UurtliSiiudi.) Porter, Isaac Newton, Rousseau, Vn'rhxk cury Siindi) innminj;. Itm. II. K Postmaster. After fourteen months Delia May, cess of the Republican party to sweep to the program which was well renrtr,l'jtor. Jessie Davis tun.' friends and relatives at ItocKport. Ritur-il- ) Clinrrh. Ilniill! In). .SjUnth.-'ho- 'rmrc. of good btiMiiess he sold out and Dr. Russ Pirtle attended the clos- the country next November than now. dered by the pupils, we paid strict at-- an. Loucy Cleveland. Mr. McKinley 's ""JrSS32"Ej3Q ol mill rrr) Smida) Pulor. nioriitnHt Su'clmk. Ki'T. J.S. to his farm, where he now re first wife died March l.'j, 1890. Ho ing exercises of Alexander school The Statemau-lik- e Reciprocity treat- tention to the farewell address which 4'. I. 4'lllirrli. frmwn firt bihI fmirtli sides. SMuith.Mohoul ntVo'i-loi-iitind.n ies which have been consummated wus well delivered by our worthy was married to Miss Sikiii Chapman, lust Friday. innl r innrnliij. lli'T.d. II. Mclfcinul I'.iMiss Mattie Cliinn nnd Fleetwood by Harrison, Blaine,McKinley, will, in teacher. The beautiful flow ot lanMr. Kcowu is an Kl.ler in .the Oct. 1, 1801. He has always been a r ri ry M. V.. 4'hiirrh. (cnl tilxnt. SAlitmtll-i- . hold At 0 4 M. Christian Church anil h a Republi- great tobacco raiser; hN crops of to- Ward spent Saturday and Sunday at spite of the harrangue o" Democratic guage in which she bade farewell to Rf. hv P)l-- , IVtor. nnd Al.lin llnplMI, (col.) Srrtii-ri- i flrrl hnol can. He has paid some attention to bacco often reaching fifteen thousand Beaver Dam. newspapers, tell for good with sensi- her pupils and visitors was sufficient OFFICE OVER RED FRONT third Siiiidii) iintnitnitHiiil nlizht. s.ililnhr( We tire glad to state that Mrs. V. ble, considerate American citizens. to show that she had well prepared local polities and was elected c Itu'cliKki h. Iter. J.J. pounds and more. In leligion he is Is prepared to do all kinds of of the Peace for the Cromwell Mugis-tciiRegarding tho peaceful settlement her mind for the occasion. May she a H.iptk, in politics a Democrat. D. D. Steven, who has been quite of the trouble with Chili, a leading prosper through life nud have success Dental work at reasonablo prices. District in August, I81I2, to fill He i a Master Mnoii, a member of sich for some time, is convnlesccut. Travis Maple is out again, after an Southern paper says that, Congress in all her undertakings. the unexpired term of J. K. Jackon, Jo. ICIlis' Lodge at Hell's Run. S. K"i., deceased, and is the youngest men generally, irrespective of party, He was elected twelve years ago to attock of pneumonia. A. J. SLATON, M. D.t Is the rule in the family of .an Every boy and girl iu the neighmember of our Court and one of tho fill the unexpired term of Ilira-commend the course of President & Harrison nnd Secretary Blaine, and Erie man that before his girls may youngest Magistrates the county ever Chapman in the Huford Magisteiial borhood has hud the "grip" except Formerly of Millwood, now located at Leitch-fielhave a beaux they must learn to cook GlUtHHOlTKH. had. treat the matter us fairly nnd rightDistrict and has been re elected three offers his urofeional sernces to the people Orayson and adjoining couities. Office in His upright, honorable walk, togeth- times in sueces-ioeously settled. Another Southern and sew. He has raised seven rrirs lie i a man of (the Dr. Hadea property) VHY WILL YOU cough when Journal fays: "That the United Mly er with his elliciency as an oflicer, great energy, a fiiend of education States and has three moro coming on, and Shiloh's Cure, will givoc immediate has been all are excellent housekeepers. make him very popular. and of public improvements ami is compelled to do what any Six ruliof. Price 10 cts.,' ,r0 cts., and $1. SECRET ORDERS. other Nation would have done under have marriod and the seventh is spovciy popularamoiig h's acquaintances. Sold by 7.. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Socratos Calvin. Taylor. iictwi:i:n c similar circumstances, viz.: Put her- ken for, while the young men aro alOn March '22, 1817, the hearts of Rowau Holbrook Cluero Maxwell Camp, Nn. 3o, Department of LOUISVILLE and MEMPHIS, Tobias W. and Aitemesa Cliiipmaii Was born Sept. !.", self in position toenforce her demands ready shying up to the other three. Kentucky, meets at Republicans Como. Hartford,Ky.,sccond Saturday 18(f, tho son of iu each mouth at 1 r. u. K. O. Star Tho Republicans of Ohio county in case the necessity should arise to win i Taylor were made glad by the birth W O. Holbrook and Mai thu Rowan C. M. Dabmtt, Captain. PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, of a boy, and they gave him the name Holbrook, living near Abbicvillo this are requested in Muss Conven- proceed to such lengths. So there is Jis. It. Howi, Sergeant. HAYNESVILLE. which heads thi sketch. He comes county. His father is a highly re- tion at the court house iu Hartford, no disputing, but that Mr. Harrison's I'llOM AND TO Feb. 17th. Sourwood school will GK A.. 22. Monday, March 7, for the purpose- of administration has not been pure nnd II.I.II.MIII-IIIX- . M'KNItllltU of one of tlm oldest ami best, and spected, and well-tl.dl'IH do farmer, and J. Wim OosNrtt post. No. 8, Department ol iiviu.x .m;ivhi.im.t, excepting pcrhiip tho Steven-- family his mother was a woman ofgreat mor- electing delegates to the District Con- patriotic from tho begining till now, close Thursday the 18th, with nn Kentucky, till JtCllllllll". Everybody invited. Miss r. m., In meets ercry third Saturday at 1 o'olook vention which meets nt Elizabeth-tmn- , and not only Republicans, but Demthe largest connection in the county. al worth. Lcitchfield, Ky. P.S. BatiKii.Conj. March 20, and also to the ocrats know it to bo true, and more, Anuio Clark, n most excellent young The Quick and Desirable Route His mother died in 1858 and his fathRowan labored on his father's S. A.McSuiar, Adj. State Convention which meets nt I do uot believe nuy man whom the lady is our teacher, and we think one TO AND I'ltOM er in 1878. Cnl,, as ho was called farm in spring and summer, and atXew York l'liiliu'iliililu lUllimnro and as he is yet most tamiliaiy known, tended the county schools in fall and Louisville, March 30, and to reor- Democratic party may nominate can ofthobestin tho county. She has PrsioxMoaiosPostNo.4,DepartnicntofKs-tucky- , Norfolk Olil I'oint L' lort meets orery Saturday b. foro the second beat him for tho next Presidency. given such perfect satisfaction, we winter, lie was very fond of study, ganize the County Committee. grew to be an honest, upright, inItii'huiuiiil lltitlHln Sunday at 10 o'clock a. . In the .1. S. It. Wi:ijino, Ch'm'n. at So, all these things being true, let all want her again next winter. Tolr In C'ltirnKii ntt Ihhh ).i)ii telligent boy mid laid tho foundation and early in live gave evidence of Kartrord, Ky. J, C. CUMULI, P. C. o Jo. B. Houeks, Sec'v. t'inoinnuti Hollar Winkler and Clarence J. M. Iliiuor, Adj. us stand firm and true to the great Knstorn and Nortlionstorn Points for a noble manhood. Hit education more than ordinary abilities. In 183:1 principles of Republicanism. II. C, T. Clark, ot Daviess county, were visitid )torilil VicKstnirn Union ItmiKc was such as the county schools could ho entered Hartford College and SIIII.OII'S Curfl will IllllllUl.lItlU ing in the neighborhood last week. Now OrlrAno Motile l.lttlo Ituck Hot afford, but by bard study nnd exly roliovoCroup, Whooping Cough Instutc, where he was disTennet-r- u Springs nnd pjlnls in The sick are all getting well. Mr. TukeslOOO people to buy Dr. .nd Bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wayno '1tiif ArkiiiinHs MiniUiiii perience ho has given himself n fair tinguished as being one of the nio-- t Griffin & Sago's Catarrh Remedy, at 50 cents grip, it seems has passed on. Bro. Ho has always accurate students in school. He spent Jtoiieimm anil thu South and business training. Farmers are begining to sow tobaca bottlo, to inako up $500. One SOUTH WiMT. lived in the Southern partofthe coun- thirty months in school here, teaching co seed, as preparatory Tin: Woitt.D Gitows to another Noah Web- failure to cure would take tho profit Tknliio is tlinroiiRlily viiiipic'l and in ty near Rochester, where he owns a iu the country schools iu winter; crop. excelcondition, unTl iroTidi-savery fine farm. He has dealt largely attending College iu the spring until ster would not know hisold Dictionary from 4000 sales. Ita makers profess Moving seems to have been the lent nrrntiBi'inrnt in tltuoiuid tlirout-l-i cxrs in stock and . rerfeetlr Well. Ho has made 18S8 when he graduated iu the Plulo in the perfection it has attained in the to cure "cold in the head," and even ItlXMoiut, Dubuque Co., la., Sept. 1889. A FKATUr.tr Is tlm time and coiicnienoe hands of mrdern scholars. Tho chronic catarrh, and if they fail they orderof tho day here last week. Miss K. FlnnJgon writes: My moUwr tad I, united Kxpross Trsias, several business and pleasure trips sophical course, taking tho degree of eutirril b.v thu Maraud Brooks has returned from atsur nsed Pastor Koenig-- Mem Tonlo for world grows, however, and dictiona pay 500 for their SMiTraJguv. Only a moiit's hihk between ItotiUvlllu over the Southern States, but says he Ph. H. As n teacher Mr. Holbrook Thsy are both perfectly weU now Breckenridgo county. an4 neter Und ot praising too Tonlo. ries with it, so that a cheap reprint of Not in the newspaper words but mi Jleinphis, m.d tlm lif-- t nnd qtiieke.'t has found no place like old "Kain- - was very successful. Harvey Winkler has gone to DaItU Vkou, New Mexico, Julys. ISM. service betwern thu tws cities ovaroirered. tuck." Ho is a Democrat nnd in Aucnst. the 44 years old "original" Webster in hard cash! Think of what confi When I was young my mother bad a bad Ttckfti,Tlin-Tiililnnd all 1clrrri informaviess county. is worth about ns much as an old al mgbt and she garo me ber bosom because I , Sy iipi)ln tu W. f. I.UU tion ncurcil He is a Democrat in politic-)dence it takes to put that in the paand 1800, was elected County Clerk. two hours after I had Brit Agent ut neuter lum,or Rev. B. F. Jeukcus filled his reg- was crying, and aisoass. rastor Koenlg-- theNerre s Vi:ijsti:iw Intkhnatio.vai. " uean in 1888 was the "dink hor.-o-" Ho won tho hand of tho fair, and manac. in the pers and mean it. Tonlo has dona mo much good and has had tho ular appointment nt Panther Creek, desired efloct, W.H.FroutT.GiD'l Pis3. Azt.,LoQi.Tille, St. MIUUKXj A. QUKMN. Democratic County Convention and accninplMied lady, Mks Hettie Taylor, Dictionauy, the recent successor of Its makers believe in the remedy. Saturday and Mobmlton, Ark., Oct. 13, 1890. Sunday. Everybody received the nomination for Shciifl', nml was married Oct. 20, 1800. the latest and still copyrighted "UnFor four yean or stepdaughter was auujeet Isn't it wortu a trial? Isn,t any tri- seemed to be lively nnd cheerful.cspec-ial- y to eplleptlo fits, and tho use of Pastor Koenig's l.4IllNVIM.i:, ST. I.Ol'IM A- Ti:X. II. II. to which ofiicu ho was elected after They have one abridged," is the best work of its al Nerve Tonlo gava immediate child, Harold, a and preferable to catarrh V tho boys nnd girls, who always since she commenced taking Itsatisfaction, had she has not kintl ever published, and, well used one of the hottest fights in the history bright boy of a few month. aren the slightest symptoms of the disease. Mr St, Louis & Texas Railway, Louisiille, manage to hove their fun. Einna. bauUelt thanks to this medicine. of Ohio county politics. He was reMr. Holbrook is a careful, pains-tnkin- g in a family, will be of more value to After all, the mild agencies are JOHN SCHMIDT. . the members thereof than many times thu bust. elected in 181)0. Mr. Taylor is a oflicer and a gie.U favorite, Perhaps they work more iltluuhln Itntltr nn Nmmnl in i:rn:cr .nov.i, i)i. Don't givo your confidence to every to man of Stalwart frame, with a cool with the people. His life is an e,c. it" cost laid up in inouoy. slowly, but they work surely. Dr. mau'you happeu to take FREE .louaet seut freocm any adilress. aito ooiaia iiwr iiiusiiia oi cnarga. a fancy to. Mvuivraa iree . .No. 81, sf Xo.SJ, head and a kind heart. He is mod ample of what hard work and good Piorce's Pleasant Pellets are an acTfil. rmntlvti. tten nrn.r.it hvlh. n.v.p.n.1 Ho will laugh at you tho minuet your Knenlg. Dully. WKSTII0lt.Nl. Hilly. "HACKMETACK," a listing and fastor prsparsd of fort Waue. Ind- bysince tf&and underhls direction est, unassuming, courteous and brave; pluck will do for a young man, and the tive ngoncy but quiet and mild. back is turned, and fragrant porfuino. Price 23 and 50 you will hao p. in. Mtn, in. I.t. speaking good of all and evil of none, is a stinging rebuko to that class of csnts. Sold KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. d, easy to take causo to regret it soojer or later. Went I'oint s.llii. in. 7:.'iip. in by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. They're sugar-coate9.17 u. in. s.i7 p. in. a man with ninny friends and few youngster who are always waiting Ilriiudcnlniri; BoldbyDrogxlsUatlHpernotlt. 6for& never shock nor derange- the system Close mouthed men are sometimes o IM4 ii, in. s:i7p. ni. IatrsatUaa.Sl.7a. O Bottles for 9, lrinJoii enemies. for something to turn up, Dr. Fennor's Cough Honoy will and half their power is the mild way because they have no ideas, but if ln.il n. 'in. U.JI p. in. lo.ll n, m. 9.4.1 1. in. (Jluterpnit.i .. is dono. you will notice, they never have their work relieve uny cough in one hour. in which Wilbur Porry Bonnott any Joseph W. Turnor. 11:11 ii. in. lo.lu p. in. lliitcHrllle First saw the light of day on March Equally good f:r homes. Gives Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take. crow to eat. Ex. ll:3Sn,iu, lu.1l p. m About the year i8 10 (Jforge Turl,rwlpirt ...; U: In p. in, Hilt p, m. One a dose. Twenty five cts. a viMonoy ner nnd wife moved from Adair to .'), 1811, near Hartford, s'on of J. 1). energy and strength. I,nt p. in, II.Mp in. Mpotlsille if satisfaction not given. al. Of all druggists. Mardi Gras. Iish p. in. U.Mh. in, this county. They weio the parents and Francis Ann Hcnton Bennett. Ar. Ilenilrrrnn The Mississippi Valley Route, on r 28-was one of tho For sale by L. H. Bean. of nine children, Josepo V tho next His .No. r,, No.W, BEDA, KY. account of Mardi Gras Celebration, Huily. Diniy EMTIIOU.Nl. sQ to thu youngest was born May l.'J, pioneer settlers of the county. Perry Feb. 18th, -- Several of Mrs Corde- March 1st, will sell tickets from BeaI.T. llender'on Like tho young girl, as Farrelly 7il3. in. a: I,',., hi 18.rl, Of tho nine only thrco aro was the third m age of n family 7:17 n. in. a .17 p. in. t Obtained, and all Hpottnlllr ver Dam, Ky., to New Orleans and tended to for HODF.HATK H:yxUUilhLM u Out office living, a sister FJunic, living in Ten of fouitceu children and being the stys, Kansas commenced flirting with lia Hoover's family are sick. r.'.'7 n, m, in p. ni, Oitr hi'Hjro opposite the II 8. Office, nud wn can nt Dr. L. T. Cox made a flying trip to and return at low rate of $18.55. tsln ('stems III lev, Talent limn liiiav remote fi'iin 'J " n. in. S u.1 p. in, I.ewiiport tnno nessee, L. P., living near Newville, oldest boy had tho greater part to tho Democratic party ton yours she 11.3.1a. ni. 6:lu p. mHatfriiTlllF tAsiiihoms. Sen.. tidliHi., in:. ,( r and the subject of this notice, living bear iu caring for the fnmily. His bus been enpricicious, first tender thon Cromwell last week, to see his father Tickets to bo sold on Feb., 2Cth, Hltnt) of liireiillnii Wo nihKi- in lo imiIciiI 1U 01 n. in. 67 p. in, port Clorri 27th, 28th nud 20, good returniug up al.lllly ficvnfiliuiccuiid uomake AU lllAHUK 10 Jo a, in. 0:19 p, m. fltcphf npnrt I'M.htS I'AirNT IS ,SAf llllt.l) His father died in educational advantages were very cold. Iu 1800 she almost came over who is ill. near Huford, advice, tcrnc and lefersiices to fol Iriinston II. ft! a, m, 7:0.1 p. in, Mrs. A. B. Buird and sou, Dr. A. to and including March 15, 1892. in company G. but years of association has given her 1801, and his oldest brother, who had limited. Ho onli-deactual UlcliU In yum (inn fclate, County, Illy or Untndenliiirg tl:2t , ni, 7:11 p, in. own, nruu In i B. Baird, Hartford, were tho guests Elaborate arrangements aro formed Vt 0.1 p. in, 8.01 p. in, IwBSlflre.TjTjjWHj Went Point enlisted in the Federal army, died at 12th Ky., Calvary Aug. 2o, 1802, confidenco and now at thu mature ago I.ou p. in, sun p, m. Ar. IttiulsTllle Ol'ln:t yalrni Vfflct TarimnfM. li O nt. of discretion and reason and loap of Mrs. S. A. Bennett, a few hours to insure tho Mardi Gras Festivities Calhoon, in 1802, so that his mother and held the position of duty surpassing any in previous years. TKAlnn No. 31 nnd No, Si make connection at He was mustered out Aug. 2,'l, your combined Kuns.i3 shows evi- Thursday. was left alone with only tho assistInlngton (Sundsy excopted) with trains on Louis. Rumor has it that one ot our mer- This is the attractive route to New FO THE ance of her two small, but brave lit- 1805. During this period ho was never dence of complete surrender to brave Tllle, Jlarllnslairr k Western R. It., esst and Weaknaai- U&Tai-I.HlMftllAt. AmA chants is going to move to Livermore Orleans, as it passes directly along the Biliousness, take west Vousd. For further Inforinstlou, address tle boys. Tho struggle was a hard in the hospital and was never absent democracy. CMWPI For sato by all It. C, MOIIIUK,nen.lVrAg't. banks of tho Mississippi rivor, via It cures qulehly. 1HOII 81TTKI I. in the near future, His tuperior offiono, but our hero was equal to the from his regiment. dealers Us I.oiilinllt, Ky. (aedictoe thiaanulno. Messrs. Editor, how much money Memphis, Nicksburg, Baton Rouge, task. No educational advantages at cers often called upon him to carry out THK UKV. GKO. H. TIIAVMP t all were afforded him in eaily liie.and difficult undertakings and ho was al- Bourbon. Ind.. savs: "Both mvsalf per year do you suppose goes out of and through tho Cotton, Rico, Sugar andXTbliiroyBaUtl cured at iiono with. he acquired his lenriug after ho had ways canal to tho einci'L'oucv. Bnowica ino.v bitters almanac and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S this county for liquor? Isn't this f- i- Growing, and the productive, interoutpatn. Bookofrwr-For IMM Ucularsstnt FKEB. passeti ins twentieth year, no atlluudred Ileclpee lie was married to Miss Sophn E. CONSUMPTION CURE." Sold by nancial ruin in this way of doiug? esting and historic portion of the Contains OneCandy' cheaply andfor makILU.wrvii i rv u quickly ing delicious tended a school in Daviess county, in Ambrose, November 20, 18b(i. T.'o Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro. Offloe ltn, WtalwtuUi 'it, at home. This book U (Iveu away at drug 8on.eth.ns ought to bo done. Would Souther States. lomnor Y. Ill on n M. 0, Alf.ird J, z' r, d, csvr.r. them were born four children Annie Florence, wife of Willio Ward, a thrifty young farmer; Silas E., Hat" tie P., nnd Dillis Solomon. Mis. Hcnnettdied Decembei 25, 187G, and Mr. Hennett was married to Miss Sarah Shown, February 25, 1877. They have seven children, three of whom Samniic, Wilbur and Mram-let- to arc dead and Minuie.Ella, Viola C, Estille II. and Vcrnio Francis living. He is a farmer and log man in both of which ho has had success. Mr. Hennett is a Methodist and a Democrat nnd 1890 was elected Justice of the Peace for tho Hartford Magisterial District. He is a careful and conscientious officer, tin unassuming, ' worthy citzen. . 5, 2s,, NO. r39. -- 'epti-inb.- it not pay Ohio county to hire misPROFESSIONAL CARD. sionaries to go into some of our sister Ed-wi- n counties and persuade them that it is wrong to make and sell the accursATTORNEY AT LAW, ed stuff? Some, if not all of , HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. counties, opposed the L. S. L. Why? As.s.at.sx. J. s. a, wmtiMo. uecause it was evil in its nature, and Grleaaii 6s ,s7vred.dirLs-- , was a constant drain upon tho finan ces ot tho counties. But these same HARTFORD, KY. people authorize by law a fur more (Office, orcr Amlerson'K lUunr.) evil in their midst, nnd one that Will practice their profoMinnlintllhe cruris I iJoliiiK counlk-i.- , nd court of Appeals. drains tho money of other counties LI ,len,,on gl,''n ,n rr""'n "i prnctii. and into their coffers, and yet they seem coiircnoin. WnMly to think it all right. Aro there not s u. enough moral peoplo our in beloved Stnte to demand a voto on this question, and banish it from- - our HARTFORD, KY. Will pr.irtlcr h'i profiMlon In Ohio and aihoit-Infair Commonwealth? How lone: oh. counties, nud the court A Lord, how long, will rum, riot and attention i to collections. of peU. si ceia Office north side pullic square. rapo disgrace tho name of our nroud a 7It old Commonwealth. May tho peoplo K.D.GUKJT. ll.tUtl.NGO. at no distant day anso and iu their y sz just indignation pulverize the rum Power. Louis XIV. J. Howe tin-so- - JsWsm"'r"OH,W CTa-m.e- Attorney at Law, Smith., g Kingo, Attorneys at Law. Gc-uffI ,,s-,- l cn-cl- oso Perry Westerfield K. g Ex-Pre- Rosine, "E.y. L. Heavrln, Attorney at Law, hard-worki- !. oii. I g Del-gate- s, r'nir-smis- . u -- Hartford, Ky. k. I -- iiiH-ri- I tx:a:sv3 ss Jo-ep- h, -. DENTIST. "s r. Ju-tic- al n Physician Surgeon, n. Sons 7"eterans. -- itH.-i:.iin- , Court-Hous- court-hous- e Itotii-vill- 't. -- s lrt-clue- s B .1 KS8fe WKToillO a saw-logs- 1 c - .s l.oiil-lll- - Owrin-lor- 4t - A Hi , - d Sor-gen- J and general stores. ?B53!23 t&U. 3Z,$9A i;vj:uy Hartford Republican ruBUntiKD mousing. jo. n. itonr.its c. .it. iiakni: Miss Lizzie Walker, of Hartford, easily takes rank nmnng the most beautiful and versatile of tho younger Lnr every Republican conic to the a poetesses whoso songs nrc adding so County Convention. much to the literary treasure of the is South. Following literature for tho Don't forget tlio Republican us, loro of it, 8ho hns becomo nn inspirnext Moudny week. ation not only to her own circle Lookout for the mil mud; ehc U of friends, not only to the people of a coming. Then Hartford will not only her own locality, but to n largo and be the best, but (lie livest town in widely distributed class of admiring the State. renders. Miss Walker is n native of is Hartford, and her name is identified Did you every see a Blind Tiger with tho quaint picturesque town in Well, you with Iiih hide on a polo? whero her inniily nnd nnccstors have will have that plcaauro if these fela lived for several generations. Hartlows don't stop selling whisky. ford is indeed one of the oldest towns Our walk and life nrc known to in Kentucky, having been founded more than a ccutury ngo, when KenHartford Herald. the!e people". tucky wns still n wilderness, where Indeed they nrc, and every issue 15 of your paper tells more of them. Field, stream and valley spread Fur as the eye could gaze. With summer's beauty o'er them We had nrranged to present the shed. likeness of Miss Walker in conncc. In sunlight's brightest rnys. tio'j with the tribute of Mr. Ridpath, Miss Walker has inherited from but the cut did not conic in time for her parents .mil nnccstors much of thisissuo, nnd will appear next week. her talents and literary tastes Her Tun Inst Kentucky Legislature promother, whose maiden unmo wns a tested against the Direct Tax RefundElvira English, of Hnrdin county, is but, a nn accomplished, brilliant and vering Bill; but we have heard no protest from the present Legislature against satile lady, whose owu literary ambireceiving the 8000,000 paid to this tions have merged with all the mothState by Undo Sam. er's pride iu her daughter. The father is the eminent Judge E. Dudley a The puny excuse that the Jfe aid Walker, whose fame in his profession "knows of no such lawlessness ai the is wider than tho borders of his state. Ri:runucAN complains of," deserves, The combination of such strength and is for its writer the- contempt ot all beauty and wit must needs have Even the Blind Tigeis brought to the daughter a large measwhom it is your secret intention to ure of her gifts and graces. The shield, Mr. Herald, know you nrc inWalker home nt Ilnrtford, which hns consistent when you say it. long been in possession of the family, is tho ideal and type of that Southern Haktfokd is a dear old town, with home where the social nud domestic good people in it, and they are in a a virtues have so grown, flourished nnd very great majoiity, but notwith" blossomed as to make the name redCENTERTOWN. standing these things, liquor is sold Fob. 22. Miss Minnie Maddox, olent with nil tho memories n:.d mushere in violation of law; there are 'tis well. Blind Tigers heie nnd the Jferald Uockport, is the iniest of her sister, ings which cluster around the word Mrs. W. A. Rowo. home iu its best nnd most elegant Tis well that life hnth much of gladman knows it, nud his attempt to G. '1'. Tinsloy is quite sick. ness. estate. cover up the truth and to" white-wasJ. W. Greenwood has returned Lizzie Wnlkcr seems to hnvo been Knoweth something too of sadncs, is meanly pusillanimous. evil from Kvansville, where ho bad jjono Briugcth hope for each T-A.-Z'X-ibom for the literary enrecr. Her tal- Seudeth comfort oft for sorrow, to deliver some lojjs. In view of the stand the Herald Misses Idn Stroud, Nannie and ents shone forth brightly from early Giveth while it tnketh pleasure, has taken on the ono question now Lola Bennett attended the meeting girlhood. Iu her native school she Teacheth man his soul to treasure, agitating tins community, we have at Miller's schoolhouse vostordnv. was first nud brightest, and afterwards Showoth, as the dnys go by, how to die. Mrs. Alvin Rowo nnd Miss Ada in this to say: That sheet is either in one of the best colleges of the How to live, 'Tis well, Brown aro visiting relatives at Point W. T. McKENNEY, sympathy with those who are selling South she wou the medal of honor 'Tis well. Pleasant this week. .. liuuor in Hartford in violation of 5 nsa-ff'BTPA. Leo Bennett closed a vorv given by the department of Latin, and Lizzie Wnler is fresh and beautilaw, or else for fear it may lose i few successful school at Waltona Creek was regarded the most gifted of her ful in her womanhood. In person she -paltry dollars, it is willing to per- last Friday. class. cSDOtS THO FlilEiT AND CUEJPESTS- BEAVER DAM, KY. Returning to her home in ' is of medium stature, with an open Johnson lluflin, sou of Lojjaii tho freshness nud enthusiasm of girl-jure itself. Tins is a plain statement he iu hi ollice fr om tlie lir.--t ' nnd spiritual face, large blue eyes, Will of the case and every one who reads Iiuflin, who lives near Boda, died at hood she took to song as the form of l! to the loth of each mouth. Of- which are clear as the lake or the fict" over Hank. All work the home of Taylor Bishop the 17th. gin these lines knows the charge to be His remains literary expression best suited to her sky above it, dark hair.quick and en.--y wore interred at the teed. Prices reasonable. true. Rowo burying fjround. Youn', genius. Her poems ut once rose to address, perfect and Horse-shoein- g You may turn as you will, a honest, iutelliirent, bouyant with the public notice nnd favor, and thesamo an ease and dignity of carriage that There's a hook in your gill, hopes of early manhood bo was taken arc much quoted nnd ndmired. Her acAnd you needn't lose your temper in spite of every living effort made mue is versatile. She has cultivated can but impress her friends nnd quaintances with the sene and pre; by thoso win would have had him several about it. varieties of verso, and nl way's ence of B. stay. with suciess. The reflective clement m "A soul at ease and beautiful." "We have been in this community enters into her writings more than Tho Pooplo Mean It. Hartford Herald. too long." raigiu oe expected m one so young (Oircnsboro Mcisrngpr.l A long suffering public at first This quality of her Republican Convention. The truly good people of Hartford and joyous. verse appears in the following poem thought agrees with you in that state- nro in throes of an intense agitaFi:i.low Iti:runMUAN.s or Ohio fttiAYtiii 3i, ment, but we don't want the Jferald tion on tho law and order subject. entitled, "The Old Year: Co.: In the course of human events When it A protracted meeting was held lust to dio or move out either. OLD YKAII. Tin: it becomes neceesary that a Republibegan its existence, or about that week at a different place oaoli night What! Dyinir did you say? can Convention be held in order that MrTKy.rf-wM'- i lawyers, So boon! J Why it seems but the Republicans of the county may w. t. time, the county would go anywhere at which the preachers, mB&JT-W:-- ' teachers and business moil delivered yesterday from 500 to 800 Democrutic.now trip addresses. A red-h- ot select Delegates to the District Conis campaign Democrats could not summor.s 100 to be made against all sorU of inWe greeted the new-bo- rn in her vention which meets nt Klizabcthtown christening gown, majority, and it is cxtemely doubtful iquity. If it does not nil end in March 29, and State Convention which r '? whether they could summons a ma- talk.'as such things usually do, some When Youth whs her dower, Hope meets in the city of Louisville, March was her crown. jority at all. Only let the Jferald good may result from the agitation. HO, said District, and Slate Conven4 With bright, joyous smiles Life's tions will seiect Delegates to tho Nacontinue its labors for another boasted .ETNAVILLE, KY. course was begun, seventeen years and the county will tional Convention which meets in the Feb. 18,1892. Mrs. Frank R.3V- - Caii,t it be, can it be, the course is vVJgT) bo Republican by at least 800. city of Minneapolis, .Line 7, 1802, uoius entertained a lew ot tier lady now run? friends in a most elegant manner Iat to name the next President of the Even Democrats are becoming dis- Wednesday, The occasion was an Is tho shroud uow tho mantle that United States. A National election The suits her form best? gusted with the big Democratic ma- old fashion "carpet tacking." in the United States means n great in the House that does not dare forenoon was spent pleasantly in sew Must the hands be folded ncross her jority deal, and is of vast importance to the ing nud discussing the great topics of still breast? to do what it really wants to do. the day. Precisely nt 12:30 the ladies American people. Upon the result Representative Dungan, a Democrat rcpnired to the dininghall, where amost Has tho heart grown tired of travelMKKTS ALL DAILY of the coming election (iu u gient ing Life's road? from Ohiosays of his party colleagues: sumptuous repast was spread, preparmeasure) depends the prosperity of "I am becoming convinced that this ed by none other than the charming Does the footstep falter because of our Nation. If the Democratic party its load? Lorn is a cowardly Congress. It is becom- MissesTho Reynolds and Nola Milshould bo successful iu electing a Presler. guests began to disperse ing very tiresome to me. It ought to about 4 o'clock. Some were so charm- Wore pleasures too often followed ident and majority in both Houses a by pain? get up nnd do wlint the people expect ed by the extreme elegance of Mrs. TO ALL. llainj,' bought the Livery Husinohs of K. W. Taylor, 1 wish to inform tho of Congress, the principles of Protecpublic that I will do a funural Livury, Sale and Feed business at the it to do, nnd not be afraid of its Reynolds that they are still there, mid Or would it give pleasure to live tion will go down, nnd Free Trade life aifain? shadow." The only difference between not liable to go home for several days old stand, and also keep on bund HUGO IKS, WAGONS and will triumph, nnd lender helpless the The beauty of youth, tho calmness Mr. Dungnn and the unprejudiced yet. CARTS of tho latest and most approved inako. 25? "Don't vast industries of our country. A few evenings ago Mr. and Mrs. of age, observer of the present House is that forgot that thu Hartford Transfer is still to tho front in Our monetary system (tho best Bud Phillips invited a number of Are they willingly left, as a bird while he is jusf'becoming convinced" persons to spend the evening ALIKE. behalf of thudruiiiiiieraud trnvtilinjj public. Please honor in known to auy Nation) will be virtuleaves a cngts? and "tired," the observer has been of Misses jSettie Black and Alice Kiv0 mo a call T1IRICK TRIPS DAILY. ally destroyed by tlie promulgation Doos it seom strange- tho strange- Thornton. both for some time. Horses, buggies and wagons for sale or hire at all times. Spoola of the Free Coinage Bill, as SPECIAL ATTIUiYPIOiN Little Miss Lottye May Huff arness of dying attention given to all stock entrusted to my care. rived some days ago, guest of her Does it startle tlie soul, or still the presented by the Democratic leaders A PLAIN STATEMENT. Given to the Traveling Yours Very Respectfully, iu Congress. In fact, all the great parents for a life time visit. soul's sighing? The Jferald claims that it never 3?T&T-,1- D, Mr. Allen Brock went to Oweusbo- C. IHZartford., IZZy. Public. Do the seytbo and tho reaper como principles of Government which have in pcisonal thrusts, yet its ro Monday. Republican been promulgated by the as in strife? would-- be statement of lU position on fi iinjinllnt t iviih I Annlinii llca & the moral question of the dny,cnnsists Coleman, still being very much- - dis- Or come thev to comfort to bring a party for the last thirty years.and un $;??. .''J new life? e'er which nurNntion has grown proud abled, our school will not open up fur V h?P il y. ' (.4C!j4rhtll.l, 'sr'?Z'' ' a almost wholly of uiigentleiunnly, t.'.ii." s ii " some days yet. We are expecting to and prosperous, will bo nbrogatcd and thrusts nt the editor of the Re- have a very fine spring school. Our And the river of death is it chilly ideas of public affairs Democratic nnd deep, publican. This is u public question, winter school is said to have been quito Or only a lulling to rock gently to will be inaugurated (which as they personal one, and the attempt the liveliest, and best school we have not n sloop? have over meant)uienn death to good and to dodge the issue had for many years. to "side-track- " seem to be Do the bier nnd the grave cause a Government. Burning plant-bed- s is of no avail, for. us you truly say, quite the thing now. Farmers here Therefore, in smile or a tear? "these people know you too well." are expecting un early Bpriug. Will Sorvo at all times A Fino Lino of Answer mo, answer me, O dying view of the difference of principles, us little sheet bonsts This contemptible Namelcc. year! set forth by the two great political of having rebuked certniu ones who Ipr.iv, and I listen am I unheard? parties, it is tho duty of all good citROCKPORT. made themselves obnoxious to decent Sauford Newman was iu town this Speak to mu! Speak to mo! Speak izens to take an active part in the popeople. What of that? Were any of but a word! litical aflairs of our country, and if you Cakes, etc., always on hand- and in any style. them arrested or anywNc punished? week. Mi,M Bertha James hns returned tho RepubNot one, and yet you boast of "bow from n pleasant visit to Mndisonville. Tho barque is now ready, tho tide's believe in the teachings of lican party, it is your duty to attend ohbing low well Hartford is governed." You Tho beaux nro rejoicing. Cream Made to Order. Bulk. in Qans Tell me, oh! toll me tho thing I all of its public meetings, and lend D. F. Gibbs, Rochester, is in town ruthlessly abuse ttio man who is so would know! first-clas- s yourinfluenco towards advancing the a unfortunate as to have u thirst for for several days. $ !f No. 121 Main Street. Teleuhone 208. Res'. Gentle will begin a series of causo it represents, You arc, tliero-forliquor, but say not a word of tho meetings here Sunday. Silent! still silent! Ah! light bo tho requested to meet in Mnss Concriminal who bells him the R. C. Wallace, Paradise, is staying tread, vention at tho court houso in tho city liquor that makes him "obnoxious." in town now. Speak softly, speak lowly tho old of Hartford, March 7, 1892, for tho D. J. Duncan & Co. hnvo purchasYear is dead. Not only do you say nothing nbout purpose of selecting Delegates to Disnow occupied by when it is charged publicly ed tho this, hut it would require a lengthy reviow- trict and Stnto Conventions, and to H. D. limit & Co. Tho latter firm and privately that men are selling will move to n etorc-housjust below and critiquo to discuss tho poetical reorganize tho County Committee. itliisky in Ilnrtford, you hold up your post-ofliqualities of Miss Walker's mind and Respectfully, Emmett James, nue of our old cit- the moods of her versatile muse. jierjured hands and sny you "know J.'S. It. Wkddino, C'h'm'n. I Wo leave a candid izens, who hns been attending Medi- Sontimcs she falls into n vein of deep nothing ot it." Uniworld to judge who is the "cownrd" cal Department at Vnnderbilt sympathy with nature, nnd what is versity, is in town. Mr. Sam L. On Inst Thursday, nd to decide where you stand. Miss Mce Herald, Littlo Bend, is odd enough uses dialect freely in the liaird, Kindcrknok, wns chopping on When was there an arrest made visiting Mrs. Hill. expression of her sympathies and Elise. or- here for profanity, druukencss or dis loves for the external world. Tho a log thnt was several feet from tho Tho big Beaver Dam flouring null following beautiful grouud, when ho poll and broke two orderly conduct on the streets? Away bit of nature-paintin- g in dialectical form is entitled: or three ribs. It is thought ono of tho with your seuseless bosh; away with is nenriug completion, when completbrokeu ribs pierced ono of his J ungs. NOVUM IIKK. your cowardly attempt to blow hot ed it will ho one of tho finest mills in lie is getting along ns well as could and cold with the fame breath; to this pjirt of tho State. It will be Lonesome like an' kinder dreary, Winds nsighin,' soundin' weary, ho expected. curry water on both shoulders; to running in a few days. ftlituir niul I'rnptlrlnrii. I 1 - T. feMHTjn I FRIDAY, I'nwii iLiii: 5i, 1892. Cnn-venti- rn citicourt the favor of zens by your senseless generalities and to pander to the violators of law by your denunciation of tho honest effort of honest citizens to correct evils You me thnt you know exist. to the trust confided to )our keeping by virtue of your position-fa- lse alike to yourself, your country u ml your God. It was never our intention, nor tho intention ot those who espoused the cause of public morals to publish tho names of tho parties in town holding A Christian Government license. spirit, a forgiving spirit, was and is hnrborcd by all for these misguided, erring ones. All thnt was nsked nnd all that is yet asked is that they stop selling whisky nnd stop now, and then the dead past may bury its dead. But bo assured theso violations of law must stop. I he good penplo propose to see to it that they do stop. Names mny hnvo to be published, but wo hope not. It may cost time, it may cost money; these violators of law mny get angry nnd net foolish as some of them have done; their organ may continue to spout its stream of prevarication and it may continue falsely to it knows nothing of the Blind it may call us cowards or Tigers; whatever else it pleases; it may claim it is for "law and order, for candor, courage and honor" nnd m the same breath throw falsehood into the face of its own pretentious; in short, it mny continue to argue in pnut what the Blind Tigers argue in private, but it will avail them not. The days of the Blind Tiger are numbered; his doom is sealed; the ways that know him now will know him no more; he will be numbered with the things that were, but arc not, and then after all its pitiful, whining attempt to find a soft place, the Herald will realize when too late that it has pinned its face to of a sinking cause. the coat-ta- il g two-faccdi-'tori- als; as-s- LIZZIE WALKER. A Critiquo ot Ono of tho Hawk-Eyo'- s ut IDr.IoIm Chile lll.lp.lli Inlliirllngton UawIcK) Contributors. Litorar Leaves a fnllin' everywhere. Sadness so'tno 'ow in tho uir. Bird so quiet quit lcr sincin 'Pears like over dny :ecpj biiiiL'in' longer hours lor to till, Heap o'tunc that's hard to kill, Things scorn mighty plain to sny "Life is passin fast awny." Makes a fellow soiler blue. Sets him thiukiu,' wnudcriu' too. 'Bout this (lectin' thing called life, 'Bout tho death that ends thestnfe, 'Bouttho friends that come and went 'Bout the days already spent, 'Bout tho absent, 'bout tho dead, How they look, th' words thcysaid, Winds n siglim,' soundin' wenry, Lonesome like nn' kinder dreary. It is n mntter of surprise how many of our recent younger poets have fallen into this profound love with the moods and features of the natural world. To bo sure, poets have for a long time been writing of the senson, of the.hnlcyon days, of thnt saddest of all aspects of the year (accoiding to Bryant) called November; but it is not often that so exquisite and sympathetic n piece ot nature-paintinis found as that given in Miss Walker's poem. Nor can it bo doubted thnt tho dialect heightens rather than destroys the beauty of the sketch. Another example of the skill of the young poetess in dialect has quite n different theme. Hero wo havo tho phyliJsophy of the ancient typical Man iu Black fully set foith in a manner thnt might do credit to Jccl Chandler Harris. sjt :e $ $ Space forbids a more nmplo illustration of Miss Walker's work. In every part of it there is delicacy of touch, a refinement, n sort of natural classicism that appeals strongly to the admiration of the reader. Our citations from her portfolio may con clude with the following, which though by no menus in the Italian form, may well be called n Kentucky sonnet. In it wo trace however brief it is several of the peculiarities ot .Miss WalKers charming verse. The poem (if ten verses may be called by so largo n nnme) is cntittlcd, nu-tu- mn g which means cash or its equivalent. Doubtless many will be surprised at our course, but few reasons and we believe any thinking man or woman will see at once that it not only best for but them also: Our will be closed' and stand closed indefinitely; in other words, we will adopt strictly A cash system of business, ?) ledger credit , 0 H & B.&9B 22, 1892, 1st. 2d. 3d. We want to establish 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, order to make up the losses that must 4th. 5 th. 6th. follow in credit business. He who sells for cash strictly can undersell any man who runs a credit business, thereby saving the "purchaser to 30 per cent, on every dollar's worth of goods from he consumes. No merchant can afford to insure your life for six or twelve months on the bill you make, unless you pay him profit enough to take the risk. There was time when honest men could calculate on the future and meet bill promptly; hard times and depression in money matters have forced good men to ask for extension, which disappoints you in collections. If man owes you,he will go elsewhere to spend his cash, unless he has enough to meet the bill and buy what he needs. It human nature and cannot be changed; but show him you can save him money by selling close and making no debts, and he proves to be your friend in the end. few of the many reasons given will convince we are justifiable in thepursurance of this course we hope to share their continued favor and patronage, it comes from the rich or poor. OIR our friends that Trusting that whether i h We remain yours sincerely, Beavkk Dam, Ky. 3s CO. T. JD. "W"Xll.:EJLAJkSBLACKSMITHING. rv I -- IMEIILB!: specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implemcnts on hand. Call on him. .J. I). WILLIAMS. Da Ky. iFgrrtmrrmxa&rX litiliiiiwiSitfiSiJif t t t t t FAST LINE CASEBIER'S 'BUS 03NTE3 irK.ICE & VKBXJI, sagfete. lYMlIE TEM Jj per-eou- EUGENE GASSER BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. fe'.Iow-Repubhc- fresh . en Also keeps h i e, stnre-hous- o - ce. Livery and Feed Stable, where you can have your Horses Fed. and get lie best of rigs day or night. Leave your OwensbQro, Kentucky. ders with mi ::. m BHiliiHIIII 'fletpfHF mAM)i.tt1S9JPtW!!ZiiS-JZiiU-tfM- . &? - w-- . . - - , vtiM FAIR BROS. '& & CO PERSONAL. Col. S. R. Dent ia in town. Piinnell Brm. nro in town. Adolphiaue Entortuin. Fiiday evening notwithstanding the gloomy windier. ! !ntv On Inst hiiiIicikm; I (nil li i iiicm I Br THE FOUR QUARTERS Of lamb are very good eating and have spread their reputation over the four quarters of the globe, but George Washinton whose reputation has also spread to all quarters of the globe, would probably have made very poor eating had he been quartered in any other way except on the British. He was mtiicil in i IP Heads of our Ikuu l.iis returned to Hartford. .Mrs. J. 1'. l.urruU is in I.ouisvillii. Archie Cain wont to Whitosvillo Friday. Sam Casebier was in Central City Sunday. W. 11. Folix, Olntou, wuh in town Tuesday. E. V. Million has returned from Evansvillo. I .on Montague, Louisville, was in town Saturday. R. S. Taylor, Boavor Dam, as in town Tuosday. I. S. Matoii, Pleasant Ridge, was in town ono day Inst weok. Miss Bessie Cox, Abbiovillo, U visitinj' hor aunt, Mrs J. W. Ford. M. oung gentlcmcu of the what diu Adelphinn Society hud to say. The house was called to order by the Pies ident, B. E. L, Simmcrman, who in u few well chosca remarks, introduced ihe sp'ukcrR of the evening. Tho young gentlemen acquitted themselves nobly, nnd wo nro sorry tlmtspaco forbids our mentioning each speaker. The two editions of tho Society paper wcro enjoyed by all, they were full of good solid o litrnture, intermingled with wit nnd humor. Music wns furnished by Prof. R. W. Edwards, of Evansvillc, and Mrs. D. E. Thomas. The choruses by tho young gentlemen cannot bo excelled, On the whole the Adelphians know how to entertain, as wns proven on this occasion by the foct that every ouo left feeling that ho had been benefited by coming out to hear them. " TOur town is growing rapidly, Prof. Stum opened school hero tho 15th, with fifty pupils. The Misses Mose-le- y, of Daviess county, with n number of others entered school this week. Tho people of Fordsvillo had a festival Saturday for the benefit of the Christian Church, which was quite a success. uru & stock and find that we are overloaded, that is, we have too many goods for this season of the year. The question now is, how are we to get rid of the extra stuck? Something MUST be done to make it go, and we are going to do that something by savHOW TO MAKE ing our patrons money, viz.: iio iiuvojdbt gone through-ou- r Moneyl The way to make money is to save it. You are losing money if you are paying more for goods than the prices given below: lc. for paper of 280 pins. lc. for paper of 25 needles. 00c for mens reinforced wool jeans pants. 4c. for spool 100 yards silk, black Bcginning'to-dn- y nnd continuing till Saturday night, MARCH 12, we propose to sell every article in our store, except our Anderson's Wenr-forcvc- "Great Wear" nnd $1.99 Shoes, at TEX PERCENT. LESS THAN OUR John X. Taylor, Prontis; John Hodges, Cromwell, woro in town Monday. Miss Violn Pirllo visited her sister, Miss Eva, Friday, Saturday and Su inlay. Murk McOlure, Loitchfield; I. E. McClurt', Boavor Duin, wcro in town Woduesday. fordsville- REGULAR MARKED SELLING PRICES. Every article in our store is cheap enough nt our marked prices, and this great reduction all along the line will bring forth bargains that will causo customers to lay in their future supplies. Call now and get $10 worth of goods and pay $9 for them. Ladies Shoes worth $3 now" go for $2.70. Shoes worth $1.50 go for $1.35. 90c. Corsets worth $1 go for 50 cent corsets nt 45 cents and 40 cent A. Of too much bone and muscle to be at all tender, on the other hand his heart was in the light place. He was however made up MADE UP OF IDEAS, And so k tie House. If you want ocular demonstration just look in at our bargains, note the novelties we carry, and the p ces we charge, there is nothing like it. Nowhere else for Can you get such a dollar's worth as at FOUR QUARTERS FAIR BROS. & CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion, N.N. &M.V.R.R. !l. ,sl .lluWr. Sara it Mc did n rushing buinen.- yesterday. OUT PRICES make the goods go. THAIS tU. !. S, T, Mill nl KiprrM UiuftrJ r.irf TRAINS i TKIJ I.KAVK 1IKAVKK flOINO WEUT. For a good feed, the best of attention, leave your horse with Casebier it Burton. - ' " . . nUINO KA8T. nJ Kir-No.S.M.il K. I, Mmllr d Krit '"Q .l:lr. 'A'" The horse sale was tho biggest thing that has struck Hartford for many a day. The largest, the finest, the cheapest, the best clothing, fine shoes, fino hats at Knhn'f. How do you like this; the largest The Foril8vil:o miners are on a nnd best stock of clothing at Knlin's strike. at a bargain. Go to Kahu'a fur your fine dress Visit Anderson's Bazaar and progoods. cure rare bargains during tho CUT The Adelnhmu Entertainment vns PRICE SALE. a success. Casebier it Burton fed n large numGo to Kahn's for your fine clothing ber of horses on the 25th ns they aland hats. ways do when there is a crowd in Best Tohacco Cotton, '2cU at Fair town. 1 Keail "ail" of Sum fc Me. Bros. Co, Much interesting mntter is ed out this week. crowd- Just received, our lino of fine shoes, fine lints, fino nnd best line of clothing at tho lowest cash price at Nice Clothing, to fit every one at Kahn's. 8- - l r. f: t D. E. Ward, No Creek, moved Call on C. L Field when you need Tuesday to a farm he has rented near anything in his lino. Fnrdsville. Wo wish him success in Call oil" wTlTiams7Bcir& Co. for his now homo. your Drug Supplies. Larkin Williams, Centcrtown, has Oont fail to see Fair Bros. & Co'h., just returned from Evansvillc, whero $10.00 all wool suits. Ho had ho delivered n raft of logs. Yesterday was a big day in Fair six walnut logs that netted him over Bros. & Cos. Clothing room. one hundred dollars. MoiiB Axon. Bros. ACo's. bargains in ClothFair Tho ever energetic young physiarc the talk of everybody. ing cian, Dr. E. B. Pendleton, has put I. P IUus.ittu, Prrst, Jxo, II. IUrom, Cishler. If you want a strictly nice suit for up n tclrpliono extending from Willspring, com'c to Fair Bros. & Co. iams, Bell it Co's drug store to bis Of tho Condition of tho S. W. Anderson, Owcnshoro, will homo on South Market Street. bo here Monday ou bis way Eart. A telegram canio yestefday ovon-in- g Ahnzo Barnard, Winticld, Kan., btatiiig that Sam P. Render, is visiting his niece, Mrs. J. S. Gli-un-. Dallas, Texas, was dying. Mr. W. Go to tho best place to buy your B. Render and daughter, Miss Mary, At tho Closo of Business goods, and you will land at Kahn's. stnrtcd at once to his bedside. Fair Bros, it Co. or colors. lc, for spool silk twist, all colors. 0c. a dozen spools embroidery silk. 40c. for good umbrellas. ' Milfotd Truman, of near town, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman loft lc. each singer machine needles. Wliitosvillo, whose life 1ms been almost despnircd Friday morning for lc. r bottle sewing machine oil. b whore tlioy will spend sovoral days. of, we are glad to note.is convalescent. 5c. for 2 papers English brass pins, The continct for tho iron bridge E. P. Crowe, ono of tho bright across Rough Creek 5c. a dozen all shades silk dress at Barrett's Feryoung editors of tho Talo of Two ry was let last Wednesday. Madok. buttons. Cities, was in town Friday and Satm m 10c. boys polo caps. . urday. Statement of the Condition 15c. a dozen black, shell and amber Mrs. L. P. Loney and little son hair pins. OF THE Clarenco, attended" tho mooting at 3c. a cake castile soap. Central Grove several days this week 2c. and 3c. a dozen nickel safety UK and lntt. pins. E. I). Walker was called Judge 8c. a box of 24 sheets of paper and At llic Close of Ilnslnrx, January to Elinbuthtown Tuesday, to assist 0, 1K03, mill MllHilltlfil to Hip 24 envelopes. Ho in the trinl of a murder case. Moclillolller'n Merlins roturml Wednosdoy night. 7c. for 2 dozen cedar led pencils. Jan. ', 1803. 8c. a dozen rubber tip pencils. Kin- T. C. Stratton and family, RlJioURCES. 3c. for school slates. dorhook, attended tho marring, of Bills discounted 860,741.19 5c. a dozen for falcon pens. Miss Sinn Martin and John X 'i'ay- 3,000.00 Real estate lor ut C well Wednesday. 3c. a bottle Thomas ink. Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000,00 28c. for oiled window shades Mrs. II. C. Dillman, after a two ' Bonds 1,341.07 bur bister, Mrs. Debts in suit weeks visit to 773.52 spring rollers. 32.20 Vnuglit, returned to her homo at Expenses paid 3c. for 144 agate buttons. 9,320.72 county last Cash in safe Hurndon, Christian $1 25 forladics real Dougola sleeves Cash in other banks 10,325. G7 week. warranted. 5c. a pair ladies hose, black and 892,534.99 College Happenings. colors. LIABILITIES. is increasing in interest ev5c. a pair mens heavy cotton socks. 830,000,00 day. The good cituens of our Capital stock ery 59,031.57 f 10c. a pair mens wool town have ut lust discovered the val Deposits 280,39 hose. uc of our school, and are showing Due other Banks 203.00 by vis- Dividends'unpaid their interest and 3c. a yard good gnrtcr wb. 3,009.03 iting us frequently, their presence is Profit and loss 10c. a pair oxidized silver garter appreciated by the teachers nnd stu892,534.99 buckles. dents. S. K. COX, FllESIDKNT. 3c. a box of 80 ass'd hair pins. The entertainment given by the Adclphian Society on last Friday 15c. a pair meus suspenders, silk evening, was enjoyed by nil who had The Pittsburgh Lamp web, nickle buckles. the pleasure of attending. The young is one oi uiose m- - 5c. each infant knit vests. men did credit to themselves and rcrciizmg their school. that 4c. a dozen fancy melnl dress butOn Monday and Tuesday mornseems to be fin- tons. of ibis week the school ings ished. It seems 25c. for Florence hair brushes. and n number of visitors were enterto reach the 3c. a package Colgau's tntfy tolu. tained by the following girls nnd boys end as to 5c. imported saxony yarn. of Prof. .1. D. Coleman's class in Com19c. a cako cuticura soap, position, Corinne Cox, Willie Collins, goodness of Kola Her, Edna Griffin, Willie 5c. n dozen fancy metal bells. in 20c French plate hand mirrors. Moore, Mnttie Bennett, Etta Thomas, every way, Susie Bowman, Jim Saudcrfur, Nanand ease of 2c. a pack 25 envelopes. nie Thomas, Clarenco Fields and 25c mens outing shirts. Hi m anage- They read their Mabel Kinibley. 10c mens 4 ply pure linen colars. essays well. This is a fino clnsv nnd ment. their thencher is justly proud of them. 10c mens celluloid colars. The only care it requires.is Miss Minnie Rowo is on tho sick 35c 14 in, rubber valises. illing and wiping. list, nlso Rosa Thomas of tho Prima10c a yard all wool barege veiling. ry room. Dirt falls out when the 19c for curtain poles with brass following attended General The lininey is taken off, not into Exercise Monday morning, Mr. J, trimmings. central-.Iraugocket as in other M. Barnctt, Mrs. J. E. Kowc.Misses dozen 24c a package of one-h-alf lamps. Mary FulKerson, Lizzie Moore.Jesse doublo plated spoons. Bessie Cox, Mary Render, Ford, Putting in a new wick is a 45c mens laundred white shirts. Messrs. E. B. Pendleton, Henry Hard-wic.cry easy matter indeed. 2c a box of jet black head mournHenry Carson, Sum Anderson. All this seems strange to ing pins. J. L. Hawkins, A. W. Davidson, nc who knows how trouble- city, E. P. Crowe, Eddy ville, T. W. 4c a spool lineu thread. Minton, Lebanon. :nc other good lamps are. 5o a dozen pearl dress buttons. Mrs. Win. Millignn, Mris. J. S. 8c a pair stockinet dress shields. It is in all the good lamp- Mrs. H. C. Dillman Vnught, city; 5c for 2 balls black darning cotton. i ?rcs. Send for a primer. Mary Render, Bes Hcrndon. Misses Pittsburgh Brass Co. i b.i'tti, Pa. . sie Cox, Jessie Ford, Isnbclle McIIcn-ry, Alice Uowin.tn, Mattio oandertur nnd Flora Ros attended General The Celebrated Stallion: Exercises Tuosdnv morning. Visitors nrc always welcome. Prof. Foster's class in Physiology grows more interesting every week. Dr. J. II. White hns consented to lecture to his class once a week. Ho delivered h's first lecture last Friday morning. Dr. E. B. Pendleton delivered a lecturo Monday morning, His lecture was on "Circulation." enjoyed by tho class. Mrn. ,1. E. Slovens returnud from goods for tho Mammoth. and John is tho Misses Minnie and Snllic Rcufrow Toxiih Tuesday, are visiting friends here. happiest limn in town. Reuben Vrih has moved to ReyMiss Annio Ruufrow, Sulphur nolds. Mr. Lyons, of Hnwesville, Springs, is visiting Miss Maudo San will occupy the houso Mr. Wright l wousiioro .Messenger. ders. vacated. J. Wilson has gono East to buy corsets at Flauuels blceched in pro- 30 cents. Fur rugs worth $3 go at $2.70. worth 30c. for 27c. 20c. flannels nt 18c. 10c cotton nt 9c. 5c calico nt portion. 4Jc' and everything else that go now See our $1, $2 nnd $3 Umbrellas at 90c $1.80 and $2.70 and our $3, $3.50 and $4.50 Trunks that go now at $2.70, $3.1,'i and $4,05. On Cloaks and Jackets wc propose to make So even'a ono deeper cut as they must go. if you want at FIFTEEN PER CENT, OFF of markcd.'price, five dollar Cloak for four dollars and twenty-five come and 1 T get our $8 Cloak for $0.50, our $0 Cloak for $5.10, our cents and price. all Jther Cloaks and Jackets at a proportionate No exceptions in this line. Everything goes. J Farrasrj can for 12a. now get tobacco cotton of ua worth 2c ' Feathers wanted nnd taken in exchange for goods. one-hal- We believe our customers will appreciate our endeavor to save them monoy by the TEN AND FIFTEEN PER CENT. CUT PRICE SALE and also believe if they are needing anything in our line that they will visit ANDERSON'S BAZAAR where they will receive a hearty welcome from ventions PROPOSITION! 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. Also a few CLOAKS, especially in sizes that are going at SLAUGHTER " iignc aQSBn iehil-dre- ns f ht prices. Respectfully, HOCKER BEAVER DAM, KY. CO. d All goods marked in plain figures. You can order hy mail and get the goods just as cheap as jou can buy in uJuAilifl iVUII Thorough, PMClIciITnntnictlon. Cnulintrn-Uteti position. Cat.lofue free. Write to S&?AX ft STftAROK SUSIMES5 C0LLS&& LOUISVILLE, KY. LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES lo. , Solid Tires. $85.00 05.00 HIGH GRADE. strictly Ho. TOM NICHOLS Beaver Dam T DOO. Ml 31, 1891. Drugd and Purest nnd Freshest 'Chemicals at Williams, Bell & Co.'h. Tho R. E. C's nro expected to give BESOURCES. an entertainment in tho next few Lonns nnd Discounts. . . .$37,004.28 Everybody that wants nice suits weeks. If thoy decide to do so, the Real Estato 3,000.00 at big bargains conio to Fair Bros. public will bo treated to something Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 & Co. nice, as tho young ladies have n way Cash otillaun and m other 25,806,27 Banks of making a success of whatover they C. L. Field cared for 175 head of undertake. 807,370.55 horses yesterday nnd everybody was LIABILITIES. pleased. J. H. B. Carson, tho ever hustliug, 825,000.00 Komomber C. L. Field's bus meets lively young business mau, will in a Capital Stock Paid 802.31 trains good drivers nnd pleas a few days, open up a complete lino Reserve Fund all tho 2.250.00 Surplus Fund ant vehicles to ride in. of gent's furnishing goods, next door Deposit Account 39,258.24 to Anderson's Bazaar. Wo wish him Mr. JohnX. Taylor and Miss Sina 807,370.55 success. Martin woro married at Cromwell abundant Jons II. Baiisk", Cashier. Wednesday at 5:30 p. ra. A protracted meeting, conducted Subscribed and sworn to before me, wife of Kit Carson on by Rev. J. T. Casebier nnd Brn. H. this January 1, 1892. Born, totho Sunday morning tho 21st, a fine boy, P. Brown, lin been in progress at Shelby Taylor, D. C. O. O. Central Grovo sohoolhouso for sovcr-- al Dr. L. T. Cox attending physician. Wc take pleasure in submitting days. Great iutereat is manifested tills our first annual statement to tho When yon corao to town leave the part of tho pcoplo and much public. We have now as safe a de- on your horse with Casebier & Burton, good has been done. as any in the State, nnd and tell your friends to do the. same. tho business of firms, corporaSpecinl attions and individuals. Wyatt Tinsloy, colored, was knock. Exchnnge tention to collections. cd in tho head nud killed .by a policeREPUBLICAN. bought and sold on the principal -man at Oweneboro one night this cities, of tho United States, John H. Barnes, Cashier. week. ' so-ic- it Subscribe for the Hartford Will stand tl.o prosont season, commencing tho 30th of March, 1892, at my stable, on tho William Norris fiirm.ono-four- th milo north of Beaver Dam, Ky., and will bo permitted to snrvo maros at $25.00 to insure a maro with foal; money duo when tho fact is ascertained or innro transferred. DESCRIPTION: Tom Nichols is a beautiful iron gray, dark mane and tail, 10 -2 hands "high, 0 years old, well muscled, stands straight and carries hiirself well is vory docile and works woll any where. PEDIGREE: Tom Nichols was sired by Ten Broek, ho by imported Plinston and Jic by tbo great King lorn, lenliroeks unm, launy tloi ton, by Lexington and out of Nantura, Tom Nichols' 1st dam, Arthilla, was by Lougfellow, 2d dara, Fanny Wells, by imported Sovereign, 3d dam, Reel, Reel Was tho by imported Gloncoo Tom Nichols dara of War Dance. has been cuteiednnd run over many tracks of tho United States with good success, and year beforo last won tiireo Ho wns bred and raised at the races. celebrated Nantura farm, in Wood ford county, Ky. Cnro taken to prevent accidents, but will not bo responsible should any occur. Pasturago for marcs during tho season free. PREMIUM: I will offer a Prern ium of 850 for tho three best colts: $25 for best, 815 for second, 810 for 1- j satisfactory V. We are a One Priced House. We refund the money on an thing not person. 30, Ladles' Cos-I105.00 CoaiertlWe on Tires, do. 2, Cushion Tires, No. 3, lo. 4, iy Cw Solid Tires, UdiiY OUR Cushion Tires Solid Tires, fU&.UU l J" 10.4,0, 186.0 " GnllM Tires, 105.00 No hotter Warranted ALL FAHTS Intercoange-able- machine mado at any prlco. . WV7 J. WILLIAMS, Street OWENSBORO, KY. 114 "Main x I I K lvx' vOyOIAMONOVVT I Vv7 llcjcle Catalogs Fn. VY $85.00 tiaJ ill ceiti lo JOHN 3?. in the City. Tho only Cut Price House STANDARD rORtf CCNTURY MANUFACTURERS, LOVELL ARMS CO., ti $85.00 lUirri fer isr 11 ritr.lirtrtfl bWo-- BOSTON, MASS. tt Cc--t, tilri, ltTohtrt, tfwtbj Cttiuf ill Hail, iU. Jj(j 1 i i ;i 1WIHBR0THERS DRY HOP THE QUICK ran ft Jl Villi lUltfirg foKQ LLS,M ALALIA P-t- tlL As pleasant as!?morSyr up. IOLASNESS. N A YEAST w rT RISER third.. LICHTBREAD rvAUAlOO YCAtl CO DETROIT MICH that the Tuitelcii Chill Tonic which haa given such universal satisfaction, ana which you hear your neighbor talkins To get the original obout is Grove's. anil t'tnulne Tuteless Chill Tonic, wart ask for Grovr'S, and don't accept cheap, untried substitutes, claiming to be just as good. Grove's Tasteless ChlliTonic holds full 6 ozs. and contains 48 doses, while many of the new, untried tasteless tonics only hold A)i on. and to thirtv doses. Grove's Tonic is as large as any dol. contains but twenty-fou- r rXMlm lar tonic and retalla for SO centH. Manufactured REMEMBER Horace Baiuwh, Beaver Dam, Ky, WEDlCUm COMPANY, 6t, LouIh, Mo, Bolrt by ll'Drufgll hr V r Jr FRIDAY, I'VI). I.'l. -- 3--6, ??. A NASAL lNUKUTOR free with ench bottle of fciniolfs Catarrh Hem- edy. Price 50 cents. Sold by 7 I i Hartford Republican !fe trusyz. 2ETNAVILLE, KY. It is rumored tliat in a few iluys our school building will lio moved to tliu May property in order to be imro convenient for the children of the entire district especially Duittiefiuld. In oaso this should take plane we will bo ablo to support two good teachors this fall, and our school in the future will (as it has always lieen) ho placed ainonr the best schools of the county. Miss Coleman fell a fw day jjo and sprained hor ankle very badly. She has not been able to teach since and it is thought by her fiibtids that it will bo ninny weeks before she is hlo to finish her school. Frank Westurfield has quit farming and gone into the poultry business. He has three largo geese, two wild turkeys, one ton yoarold peacock, five n Into ducks, four young roosters, two old hens, one guinea, three young pigs. Has niso ordered three incubators. Any one wanting a sitting of eggs call to see hint and get thoin nt reduced prices. Our debating society has been turned into n prayer-meetin- g. Little Krod "Whitley is at the point of denth. Miss Hrovn,of Kordsville, will arrive guest of Misses .Simpson. John 13. Wilson spent several days here last week hunting and fishing? Dr. .1. I. William?, Owensboro, will bo here Feb. '20. All needing dental work will do well to call on him. You will Hud him at F. M. Westerfield's. John. .Stinnett and Miss Kiln Tee) woro quietly married at the home of the bride, February !kl. Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left for an extended bridal tour to tho homo of the groom. May thay always bo aB happy as people over ' get to bo in this life. to-d- ay, In nccordauco with the provisions ' of the call issued liv the State Con- H.ppr ma content!, a l.omc(lh" The ko. tri Committee .lan.2i)th, 1 hereby lamp l!h iha llSht of the mornlnr. Chester; (,;s,rk.t COI1VOI1,OI1 lo ,l)out 't c.nl iocniieriampuoMcwiurK Kliabothtown Tuesday, March J2D, 18W2, for the purpose of selecting FOR DYSPEPSIA and hirer two delegates and two alternato del-ga- tes have a printed guar-an'- eo Complaint you to represent tho 1th Congresson every bottlo of Shilolrs ional district in the'atirual Keinib-lic- an It never fails to cure. Sold Convention which mcctsat Minbv '.. Wavno Griffin ,c Hn. neapolis Juno 7th; to select district officers of the State Convention and I.AtUES Needing a tonic or that want bulldlnf to transact such other business as up, ahmiM take uiiiv bo presented. HHOWN's I HON lllTTKItS. The various County Co.ninitteos It I pleMant In take, rntn Malnrla, Indigo All dealer keep II. Uon, nntl llllloiisucM. will cull County Conventions to select delegates for the district Conliiolntrd Monwirh, i're. ".'. Cnri'',t,Vioc.lrr vention, and will proceed in manner OWENSBORO NATIONAL B4NK and form proscribed in tho c"U recently issued by tho State Central Committee. Fach county will bo entitled to ono vote for every 100 votes, or fraction over SO votes cast for President Harrison in 1SSS. I I Vi-tali- er. clilt-lro- avue iirimu iv itnv Attontion, Republicans of tho 4th ConernKKsinnnl District. KOTll i Ml l.l.l . I J'"III isiisiisiitttiiiiiimti'siijiitm 11111111110113:3:1 JM-EYES-M - vn culij7KfJ,! . je,y s.1I tri ivhuh "AfurtiMus l.noun remedy. rcinuril n l.ucc lmncli of ttx) 5 (.urn RtaiKllnir, Iruin n J J cur old lllly, with tbreo uppllcalloun or rcry ) ur, otlny'liyoMci Itaili.i, .mk..i. 1. (iiiL-iii'i- j V jrnia rnrin, lMI nniuo Z S 1 "WCftlBB Mir p. CO. 3 tBioivS' M mY m 1 PSNN'S or. UVAni OIHTSUSEOT. tcillmontali. 1 S It In tlio bct preparation I have e or iiRcd or heard 1 licartlly recommend H to all Iloipcmon." ; hunitrtilicauch CO., fifUlMF iV-'- Pk rrlre.St.30 MilK.". pcrunltlr. u,8-n1 rjJBSCIl?VjTBADS W. It. :i)lV Ask yourilraitsljt for It. Iflix ua iic. 8tani or M!cr, lor irmi &ox. di-- FmraifS ISiiUbjfcHiDl Whitehall, N. Y. "Seeing is Believing mmmm 99 mm And a good lamp dfflsHs&i must be simple; when it is not simple it is not cood. Simple. Beautiful. Good these ' words mean much, but to see " The Kochcster " C All metal, s& Mmy? will impress the truth more forcibly. tough ana seamless, ana maue in inree pieces oniy, it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its marvelous lieht is purer and brighter than gas licht, softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither. LooVforlhUttimp ThrRochpstfr. If tlte lamp dealer hi n't the crntit"e Rochester, nod the stte you want. cnd to u for our new illuUralcdctUaln and vc win icnu ou a lamp aiciy nv cnri'- - your cuuuc 01 ocr rarietles from the iMtgtit jimpStort in iht ll'jiJ, U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. Soourity For Deposits C. M, 1!aiinj:it, 275,000. $Accounts of Farm- ers and io ii u try Merchants a Specialty. Interest paid on time deposits. Solicits your business. LAWS ON RENO, Cli'in'n 4th Cong. DUt. Hep. Com. According to the basis given above the counties of'thc district will be en titled to the following representation: 4 Brcekenridgc. . . 18 Uullitt (i ray son 12 l.'i Green 15 Hnrdii 14 Hurt 7 "Marion 10 Larue, Mcnde (i i En 'o4V, KOCIIUSTim LAJll' CO., 42 I'arU Place, llow Yorll .jj . itiiii 1 i iBum i mm i iaj jrs ar x. -- r r.1 cmmmwT CUT- - - Ai tii t T T V 45 " 1 00 JKOcnesites (D''iij -- Nel? on 11 Ohh Washington '22 Taylor 8 14. "trans sit' "W ES EZ TSL TLm 75T mmm umma 18 WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO CAM. ON C. 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The health of the com- luunity is very good at present. The tarmers nre clearing and burn-- 1 and preparing for a ing plant-bed- s large tobacco crop. W. H. Weaterfield has Fold his farm and will move to Masonville shortly. Crane Pond will lose one of her best citizens. Mrs. Margaret Magnn and daughter, Jessie, JEtnaville, nre visiting friends and relatives at Crane Poud this week. .U"? R& .S.UnJJllu,lc "tanrt. Alla Stand. Album lw Joe Christiau and Miss Rosa How- Sunt. lilUa Sund. riowrr hund. anil Uiup. ture, Pajrlor, Uliraromcj. Ortlsnarr Lhfkrr ard will be married in the Catholic ;HhHItfndr.tln!W ttght H lb.., Mir ,.f top ,l.i ,,,Jblpri',,.,?-.Vw,1-II - II Waihlustuu' BtKEMJ.Il CD Kur. tiiture Man fra. , lioiion, Mm Church at Whitcsville Tuesday. Alonzo Yates wi'l move to Crane 3Ian r Persons Poud soon. 4rc lirolcn down f.om ocnrnrlcorliotu(.liolj W. R. Cook's store, Pleasant " Hrnwn'r. 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A ' GRAND INVESTMENT foreveiv IV.Midy ui.d Seliool. u. Respectfully, The Press (NEW YORK) Hns n Larger Daily Circulation than auy other Republicun Newspa per in America. DAILY, SUNDAY, WEEKLY. , WEBSTER'S ' nork rcilliu icciiileii (irer ' ten rnr, uiuru tlinu n Iiimdri'il illtn. rlnllnlinrcra liclntfc iuidoed.and oir I S3n.ll()0 TlipAiitlicntio Wrlmtrr'sl'iialirlilRcd. Dlftiuiiarv. cnliitirNliii? Iiiiicaiif 1HI14. ' Jl. nd,4, (nil htlll tomrlKlitril) liaa nrt'ii iiinroiiKltiy r( luciluiuioniulgril. , under tlii- - Kiiprrtlnlun nf Nn.ih I'urter, ' !.!.. I.I.. t)..i.f Viitot'nUcrnlty.nnilaal n dNtliiKiilklilim iltln, lii'nra the itaiuo BARNETT i I & ROGERS. : , .. i h f;u-t'i- n - d pain reliever. International Dictionary. cif Tliu ctnilHliil rojiy vrna itriiilrd. Ixdorc lie llrat Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. I his n remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of well-know- COLD DV ALL COOHSELLCnS. l'.n;hlct wnt fro I .. tlio iiuUIlierr. lct m LlSHffiSBPKT Embodies Every Desirable Improvement Wclfternro licinR miiketed uirder nrlotl names nud often ly mivrepresentatlon. GET THE BEST, Tlie International, which bear Imprint cf & C. MKHRIAM & CO.. rulillahera, G. SiirhiBllelil, Man., V. S. A. Caution u nceiltd In 1'iirclia'ltii; n ait'liotociai'lilo rcprintstt mi obtii- nnd r(inparntUel'nnrllilea edition cf IW E ami f.irt o ofU'ii nun into CoiLsuiiijitinii nudji ciitU in D.Mth'r litijilii Mitrorin from Aitliin:i,a IlroiicliitH, PiR'iitmmi.i ami C'oiuuuintioti vi',l all tell you that. J Wfcj J ti..... ...l . nit .. It lulling, ...t...t, ,.., ..!.. tl ir. I.. ......!. thin , Aioyoii nwarotliatit (itti-- ... ii,('' iuusb on .1 tlio-Inn "IT STARTED WITH A COLD.' 'j mmmml as Mustang Liniment. I The Aggressive Republican Journal of the Metropolis. Many Exclusively Its Own. ULLY...T- Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it rror PAPER FOR THE MASSES. Founded December 1st, 1887. Handso;ae SEE OUR Z -, .nm .UGAfJTLY i 'RVrvM UlnRfrKV, iln'V. run UouplH, Colds ami Consumption Ii lieyond question tho Kreatest of nil 4 S Modern Keinedics? It will Htop n CoukIi in ono ni,'lit. It will cheek uCoM tn a dny It will prerent Croup, lelievu At thma nnd euro Coiiiiimption if talicnd Rlti tune, " Youenii'tnlTunl to Ihj without it." A 2."iti-i.- t Uittle iiuivmyj v H Sj!l00 I't Oivlor's hills may savo jour life Ask vonr lrutrtri.-- t f ir ft, t r ' t4 i W fl c r. II. llfM.KKiw'cOo., a!doWv.t Il.tKi '.ivav. Now York, i,,r U...U. j s n r n c r a cr uu a it :c r ,i-- DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY! 1 ?c?3mmW&05 itmmmmmw t with Can you nlTord to neclevt it? Can von rr!il.. bo bcrlous a matter? 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Adaburg, Abbyville, Ueda, Ky J II Davit Kendall's Spavin Cure. Dr. mjBIG FURNITUE STORED- MARTIN ft SMIT OF- When in OwcMishorn. rail Cmit mm l 8t FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, FOU SALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS. R URE IIiill'.s old on fsiin .Street. PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DS50RDERt5. fftrMTirr n;i jPBEPARED BV BlCHfiRDSOM-TAYLO- " " lw Moycjie Litem J. Kcxdau. limi nocK, Co.! Mioe-llol- Ark., Aug. M, to. He L T Cox. .' IF" RrealMt aatlifactlon that Inform) outliat I harccureil thit rollowlngillieaiies! I Heaver Dam Hlankewhip &9 CUM " Clarkmn, I F Hampton S T Pearl. J Ii loj r IK Smith Henry TimUy. Z H Iihhop Siltm L Stevens D Duncan II I) Sith. FD Sanderfttr. " Cuneyvlllc, ' Centerlown " ' Ceraho, Central City Cromwell, " ' Echow, Fordtvillc, " Horton, " Hone Branch IAvermore, " UUchfield, " that all with Kenilall'a HiavlnCure. It U tho liet Liniment for manor Lc utt I have erer uwl. I rrcnmmvnil It to all horka Lilt without ) our Liniment would ! worthku. I hllVO rrlrmla Ullil liaml .'in I. no WnBAln llruUi'Hnndcun'd them. Theraay It l Uiobeat tieyivcrUHd. Youn truly, E. U.S. WELLS. Heenry.Mioiiiaer Joint I.mncner..Hllllo l, Inliit l.ii!iiein'-i- . J,mneue In ('no loot. I am worklnz m l.nnirnrHH and mil euro Illp-Jnlnt We have tho largos! .STOCK and lowest prices lo he found. Save mon ej hy giving us a trial. Kcsjy. WSP.C0, ST.LCJI5 MO. Kendall's Spavin Cure. utneneH nud removed tlio enlarge. Ineiit. Hare wortce.1 Mm hor ery liar I Hue.., ho never liai hown nny lanieueM iifllher caa 1 ted any dirfereneu l.i tho lt or tho luK-i- . Youra truly, t'OOIXY. i't MARTIN fc SMITH, ''The Furniture Men." Am... "f i, rjrrFrJl I. J Keidall Co., l:ni)ljiirfh I'ulli, Vt.t tlm jiur IMI I treated with Kriutall'a RiMviu Cure a II uuo rva I nof aoven s eara stand Iiik nearly naUrxoai ft lieu ck and eoiuiilitely lopped thu Ueiita-I- I)u. I). J, Mosto Yhto, Colo., Dec. SI, 1SS0. ii eir a AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM The 1'rcsa litis no superior in Now York. Ilobert A Miller II' Q Xcwton SolSmitli. CJLmcton. I ; . ,, W S Taylor. Till: I'lltNT NY.tlPTOMN Ol' IIIMTII , F II IJaiham Tired feeling, dull liemlnclic, puiiiH Printit, " FM Taylor. in various parts of the hotly, sinking Pleasant lltdqe S A Daniel 1,00 ' four moiilha, ' nt the pit ol the atnnineh, loss ofnppe-titPlmm'nl W I' Render. . 2.00 Point Hiimliiy one Yrnr. feverUhnesf", piniles oreores, are George Maddox I. OO Iiochport, " Weekly l'rm our Yir all positive evidence of poisoned blood. A F Stanley IMirster, " No matter how it bceanio poUoned it Send lor The Press Circular. Jiflsine, " 11 R Wedding l)0 Pllri,ie(1 to avoKl t,ea,1, Dr- SuuiplcH free Agentu wanted ev- Hfhml, " Eugene Aull """l Acker's KnglUh JMood K ixir has never k erywhere. Liberal conimibPionti. Sclccl jt puqer '.'. '. '. '. '. '. '. 6 T Wh itinghii f,,ilc1 1() re",ovo Mfiiloiw or syphili- AddrcM, Shrew, Kohl under positive guar- ; W A Deves t'c poisson. Summit, " THE PHESS, Abb Aull nt'tee by 7.. 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V'lIIiZSAii: asa.d. ih:.m:u in tended to. joily jjomwjiars, XtSAZZ , e, Troplriil FltlllTN mill C'oiirtclloBPiif 'W&& "r3 C4iama --J LCLr C3 T inm. JJA.JLJf3 a Donlerd, OwenBboro, By. CLEVELAND, O. Superior St. FOU f Hl'I'.PHIA I'.e llrawn'a Iron lllttera. All Order i From Stage Vmmptly a 37i 1'hyilcluin rccomraenil It. All dealers keep It. tl.ou per bottle. Oenttlno tuu trade-iimrami eroded rejllaes oawrupper. Cures Indigestion. Jllllotuneas, rla, Nervousncis, anUticneral Dclnl.'iy. rlivsl-cl.u- s rccomiicnd It. All tleal'.ni M U It. Gcuulno bu trade murk and irvstl rol llurv m wrapper. BROWN'S IRO.V BiTTEffS rt sp IIla, Jtola. Good Passenger accommodations. Same old- price for rich and. po(w$l. 00 each way. Your patronage solic-- , - asr.FROM BEDA TO OWENSBORO,: J. Jl. BWMETT, Proprietor. Highest (1? J191SI fincc paid for country produce. . ,. ited. 19tf.