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QMN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH COMESSIONAL D.5.RICT, TERVS- - $1.25 Per Ansnm, Id Limit, $1.25 per year. I jPSS HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892. NO. 31. State Directory fiovenior Lieutenant Jovcrnor Secretary of Stale Attorney flencral Auditor Treasurer....- Itcilslcrof Ijind Ollloe Ai(Jutnnl (lenernl Huit. Public Inrlrmtlni ( -- OBSERVATIONS OP UNCLE Ho 'RASTUS. ...J. Yi Brown M. C. Alford . Headle j I W. 1. Heiulrick -- I' 0 Norman ..Henry Hli 0. II. Haango A.J. Oros. E. I'. Thomson A. Addama E l'olk Johnsiai Jest put dis in j'o' pipe, my mi:i; Do eign'll nebber iuil; Dc cow dot's col' dc oi'ncs Am one dot kicks dc pail. f'uolie Printer COT7XTT-- 2: Dc hoes dot urn the Mickcs' Ain't one dot's plowed do corn; Do night dot am do luiglitcs' Sends Iros' befo' de morn. De dog dot docs dc but kin You needn't fenr his bites; De nmn dot nm tlo braves' Don't prove it 'cntisio he fight. Dc (iro dot am de liottes' SZSECTOr.?. . Circuit Conrl convenes the 4 111 Monday In May ml Noveiniicr. m Juilgo - U .Joe Noe ConnnoimeuHli'n Attorary...... llanlwk k Cle rk J I' llarrett Cpimal.sioner ..... CO-JITT- TT COTBT. Attorney lerk.... t Jailer....I out! convene. Hie - .t Itiman llolhrimk "(J Taylor I' loinaon Mondiy m eaeli month. ........K LVjIIx ..l Don't make de bigges' smoke, An' duy who work do longes' Ain't ones dot give de croak. Dc apples what am swectes' D011' 'ecapudo throw of rocks, An' where io grain nm plentiful, You'll find .lc birds in flocks. De water dot am do decpes' Ain't much 011 miikin' noise; An"caueo a man's a prcarher 'Sno sign he's got gootl boyr. Do mule dot pulls do hardes' Ain't de 0110 dot often hulk?; An' dey dot am dc smartes' Court convenes Hi'' 3rd ..Monday Insanitary, April, July and October. Court bej;lin the 1st Monday In Octolwr and Jiiiiuur). Court of Clo.lro.ai. Ju.tlce's courts held in March, June. Kcpteinlier itad lieccinlier, an per dates opposite tin imities. rt Turner, n, Mi i, ),.,.!, J, i. . rTOTICB'B COTJTVTS. r.l.iil. ij lallltlLII, (JW Piiinu(outahlc. lltntroaa. W 'I a) lor consiauic. IH. T. Helens, IG. IB, 10,1a. A.. Kmiwii, 14, It, M. ll. 1,1.11, Wilson, constable. IIMdic Miller, t, 1, 1. 1. -- I IIUIIIU'H, .1, Z, Z, '.. Ain't de one dot alius talks. ( Pi rr lleniictl, 7, , 7, 7. It i(.11 i tender, n, t, 6, S. UTuilur constable. i; i. VnodwaM, i(.lien W Jest put dis in yo' pipe, my win; Dc bign'll uebber fail; Dc cow dot's Mil' de of'ncs', KintliT, liosiaf. (fl.Kiilkcrson, 1.', itowi. lonsi.oie. II, It, II, 11, II, lo, iI II F Mcr, (Oustable. fWM Uilry, ll.lw, i, ., .. e. Am one dot kicks de pail. Liule Waller, coijntyTourt. Brief Sketches of Somo of our Best Citizens. iielow wc give short sketches of the gentlemen composing our County Court: l'o'lre onrl. Ur.via llm.- -J J Mil hell, Judjje; H P Taylor, marahal, autrnxu.. X C Daniel, Judge) J W Daniel, loaiiiiit. J l.Davld.un, Judge! Jaa A Dolling, K.'tait'ai.(1 Kirkl. Ilusiaa. iHtiish.l, O lliatroan.'-- A marshal. II llalrd, Judge; W P Thomas, Cruader, Held, Judjie. Julges Levi Pondloton Lonoy J II Wilson . 0 W Parrot ...Joe It Iloger. ,....J W lliwlley Uthrr for. lily OlWeern. K heol Supericlcnuent.. ( nroner . . urieyor Assessor H..... XI 31 :3otts -- woxissxrx. Ihlnl and e. M. at lourtliMinda) In eaeli month. PaUutli-aclioo- l Bo'rliK-etrry hiuiday inorninji. Iter. K. E. Pale, Pallor. Itnlillat Clmrrli. ,erricea aecond Saturday and Sunday. HUlli.iwhool etery Bunilay mornmx at oVIock. Her. J, H. C.leman, Paitor. '. I', t'linrrli. Semoea Aral and fourth at V o'clock Sunday In eaeh month. HaUath-Hhoo- l arrry Hunday morning. Iter. (I. II. Mclainal Pa. (ool.) Serticea erery SI. R.t'hnrrh, at 1. M. and nliht. HaMaith-rclioo- l ReT.Chm. P)lea, Pator. llnpllal, (rol.) 8erieea tlrnt and Alilia third Sunday in.rnlnii and nliiht. 8altuth.achool alt o'clock a. m. Iter. J.J. Fleming Cliurrll.Nnlillt.-SerTic- r. l'tor iii.tvi:i:k LOUISVILLE and MEMPHIS, win PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, 1 gBg KItOM AND TO Is the third in a family of nine children, the sou of James and Rebecca Wise Loncy, and was born March 2, 1857. Lee, as he is usually called, labored on the farm to assist in the support of the family, and had the navnutages 01 only the common schools, until the spring of 1878, when he ntlcndcd the West Kentucky College at South Carrolton. He attended again in the spring of 187!). He also attended Hartford College ill 188.'!. As u student ho brought the same energy nnd enthusiasm into play that characterize his every day life. Ho uas a favorite among both his teachers and schoolmates. During the years from 1878 to 1885, except the time spent nt College, Mr. Loney was engaged' as n teacher in the schools of the county. Here ho wns very successful, nnd soon won for himself the reputation of being one of the best teachers in the conn- On September 17, 188.", he wns married to Serelda K. Tichcnor, a popular aud accomplished young lady of the Centcrtowu country. They have one child, Clarence Pendleton, u bright little fellow of five summers. Mr. Loncy nsiimed the duties of the office of Deputy Shcrifl under Sheriff II. P. Hockcr in January, 188.'), which position he held until ho wns elected to the office of School Superintendent in 188(1. In both of these positions he discharged his duty to the satisfaction of the people, and iu the latter office he labored earnestly and successfully to build-uthe schools of tho county. In tho full of 18UU he wns made Deputy Clerk under Howan Ho- lbrook, which position he has satisfactorily filled, and which ho still holds. Ho is n man of very pleasing tireless energy, and unbounded enthusiasm, in short, n prince of good fellows, and enjoys a personal popularity of which few men in the county cnu boast. p i.oi!invii.i.i:,ii:mi,iiih,vhhhiii!Ri IIATON ltO(li:.nnil MKW ORI.KAMT, stn Mrmplila. The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND KHOM Now Yuri; J'lill'iiVlpiiln ltaltinioro VHhlngton .Nnrr.ilk Old l'olnt Otiilort Itioliiniitiii lllitl'tiln Cli-- olntnl Tnli'.lo UliirsRii liiilliiiiiiolia CilU'illllHti lilllllill Eastorn and Northoaatern Points and Mumplils VlckaburK llalon ltuiiRO Now Orlciitif Mobile l.ltllo Hock Hot GpriiiK "lid lulntiltt tt'cstTcnnss-r- u Toxns Arkmisns Aiimioippi J.onWiHtin anil the South nnd SOUTH WJiST. Was born near Abbiville, this coun ty, Feb. ,5 1850. His father, Steven Woodwnrd, being very fond of literature named his son, Clcyton Leslie, I.WVINVII.I.I:, NT. I.OVIN fc Tf'.X. II. It. for a popular novelist of the day. Steveu Woodward was n soldier iu Louisrilh, St. Louis & Ten. lilway. tho late war, a politician of note, and Tho a highly respected citizen. .bCIII'.IH'I,i: I.N KFKKUT NOV. t, 1891. maiden name of Clayton's mother, No, H, No. SI, was Flizabeth Caroline B.tructt, and Dnlly. Dally. tvisr HOUND. enmo of one of the pioneer families 7.45 n. In. S i$ p. in. Li. Iiulorillo His early chances for , Weal Point ll a. m. W p. in of tho country. 9.17 u. in. .0T p. in. llrnndeiilnirir an education wore thwarted by tho 8:17 p. in. -- .... ti.lt n.m. Irvlngton fact that his father was in the nriny.nnd 10.21 a, tn. V,'Jt i. in. !teihcnKrt a. in. M p. m. tho care of his 1MI Lion rport aud five 11:11 a, tu. lo.lup. m. llac.tllle children rested upon him, but he p. I.c"wlport ll:Ma. III. Owenjlmro lli: 10 p. in. Hill p. in. faltered not. liy hard work and good 1.04 p, in. H.4Jp in. Hi'uttMllle management, for one of his years, he Ar. Ilendemon l:tin. ni. U'JOa. in, maintained the family, iiy close No.;, No. 44, application aud extensive experience, Dally. EAST POUND. ; Dai'y however, he acquired n good business 7.15 a.m. 3: 16p. m. I.Y. HeiuUiaon 7.1Tn. m. 3'37 p. m. education. HdoII.tIIIo ..'7a. in. 4.Mp. 111. (li,;'wro He courted the fair Miss Agnes 0 ul a. in. S 03 p. m. Lewliport 0.33 a. 111. 0.I1I p. in' Foster, daughter of William IlaweaTille Foster, 10 01 a. in. 6 47 p la. Clorerpoit in M a. in. 0:19 p, m, Hartford, and the happy union took flteplie nport ll.Oi a, in, 7.0A p, in, plnco January 10, 1877. IrTinxton To them U:2!l a, in, 7.31 p. m, llrandentnirg liuvo been born four children: Tru1K.0S p. in, a 03 p. 111, Weat Point 1.00 p, in, 11.05 p. m. man, Dena, Gussie aud Willie. Mr. Ar. Loultilllo Taalnt No. SI and No. CI mako connection at Woodwnrd has been a farmer all his Irilngton (Sunday xecpted) with train on I.ouli. life, save tho year 1871, which he Tllle, Harllnabufr Wetltrn It. II., eaut and spent in merchandising at Newville. wait bound. Fur further lnfoniuton, addreaa II, 0, MOltUOK, Gen. IVr Ag't. He owns a farm near Centcrtowu, aud . ' , Iui.Tilla, Ky, has all tho stock and conveniences found on the premises of it first class nJWWAaTaTaWto eurad u nonw with farmer. He lias bceu a Mason for out pain. Book of ear. twenty-onyears, and is now n memtleularawnt rmZB. ail.wooi.t.KV.u n ber of Ceralvo Lodge, number 253. uaetlMHWblMluill'Jti The llto it thoroughly vquippod and In condition, und providos ati oxcel-len- t nrmnciiient in time mid throuifh cars A ritATURB is the time nnd convenience injured by tho Limited KxprcM Trulni. Only a NiatiT'a rids between ixuiville ud Meinphit, ni.d tho best and quickest lervlco between H10 two citlo over offered. Ticket., Time.Tlile and all deilredinforma. lion .rcuird hy aiiIyhiK to W. aV. I.OSIU or AKrnf nt Hrmer Azt.iloiiiiTillt, St. W.H.7ro.lT.6es'l 1'rst-elii- Clayton Leslie Woodward hi, Im, . V-- step-moth- 111 0H11M is u Republican and his grandotic and strictly American. And we .PENSIONERS WASHINGTON NEWS. PROFESSIONAL OARD. father, Ash ford Woodward, was one especially endorso tho rulings of Hon. . of tho pioneer Republicans of the Of a "Edwiia. Eo-w- o Certain Class to be Tnos. B. Itced in tho 51st Congress, Special Correspondence lo Ih county. He nnd his family are tho 1892. February, 27, ATTORNEY AT LAW, the proper aud only just means of Stricken from the Penonly members- of his grandfather's Tho President has taken the advan- HARTFORD, doing the work which tho people sent KENTUCKY. Meansion Roll-T- he family living within the Slntc. them there to perform against the tage of the demoralized condition of est Thing yet. i, t. a.wiDDiaa. Jn.i.oinx. In August, 181)0, hewns elected Revolutionary tactics of n hold and the big Democratic majority in the 6s Justice of the Peace for the Hock-p- ort House to obtain a few days of very A few days ago Congressman New- unscrupulous minority. Magisterial District, and is berry, of Chicago, introduced n bill much needed rest, and has gone, 3. The Republican party is essenHARTFORD, KY. making an efficient officer. iu Congress proposing to strike all tially a party of soldiers, with his family, to Virginia Beach, (Ofnce', oer Andertou'e Hntaar.) kheir descendants aud thosejwhobclipvo leaving word that ho hiust not be" Will pracllco their profoanlon In all the court" I William McKondro Autry. pensioners from the pousiou roll, who Ohio nnd ndjohlnit countiea, and court of Appeal.. nrc not now residents of the United in tho principles, which they main- bothered with business, unless it be Special attention given to criminal practie. and The subject of this sketch ,was T2nlly of the most urgent naturo, before his collection., tained, and, therefore, its very membom near Rorine, April 20, 1812, States. Th'n is n direct blow at penreturn to Wnslnngtou, which will iu general, "and if Congress bership insures tho most liberal exe.A.. the sou of William and Elizalicth sioner probably be about the last of noxt Wilson Autry, who were born in should p83 thomcrtiire it would' hot cution of laws favorable to tho defenders of our National unity, as it week. This is (he first rest (ho Presllarren nnd Shelby cotinlic, respect- be long beforo other, classes ot pen. HARTFORD, KY. has ever been tho champion of gen- ident has taken siuco last November, ively, and was the sixth in their fam- sioners would be attacked. Will practice li'a profession in Ohio and aud few men in any occupation have Ou this subject wo clip from the erous pension legislation. the court of Appeal., hpecia ily of eight children. His 'duca-tioim- l 5, Wc are opposed to (rusts or worked moro hours than ho has dur-iu- g attention giren to collections. ndvuntngps were limited, but Louisville Commercial, editorial comOrticc north nJo public square. T2 71r the last threo mouths. other combinations designed to arbi-trai- ly by hard study ho has succeeded in ments on tho proposed bill ns fol. ThoT,jJenJocratj.a Jeadera of. the control tho price ot commodiE. D. OUFFT. . 3. D. ItlNCO. obtaining n fair bushier education. lows:. "The bill of Congressman Newber- ties and to eunile the Natioual Gov House ore trying to hatch up a comCSriffy &z Tting-o- , He was married in 1871. His chilpromise agreement that wi stave off dren tiro Kli..ibcth, wife of It. L. ry, ol Chicago, to strike pensioners ernment the more effectually to suplC'iilcnt'iihroud from the pension rolls press such nefarious combinations, we the open rupture which has been Boyd; William L who died tit the Will practice In nil of Ohio is one of the meanest legislative prop- - favor a law authorizing the President threatened for weeks between the lounllee.nnd In Bupicourt,Court and And adJouunK rior Court of Ap. nge of fifteen; Thonms H., 0;car, anti-silv- er I eiils. Collections nnd Democrats. to. Office, No. a, over all legal business attendedr ositions ever brought forwnrd. It is ou fact found by uuy court of com- silver and Anderson's llaxnar, Hart-loJohn A. Logan nnd Lida May. I, l.y. Having failed iu their attempt to uriy Mr. Autrv lived on a farm from really the opening of tin attack or. the petent jurisdiction to modify or suspension t. Pensioners abroad arc pend the collection of taritT duties ou persuade the silver Dcmpcmts to allow liN biyhood until 1891, when lie enme rree coinage jjiu to go over un. gaged in tho mercantile business nt selected for the fir-- t attack, because, auy article coutrolcd in price or production by any trust or combination til after tho Presidential election, at ih Ilorre Brunch. Hero he brings to they have no votes and but few friends they are now at work upon tho anti-silvbear tho same rigid economy nnd in this country. Alter one class is of American producers to the end Democrats with a view to cut off the list it will be easier to cut thnt competition in domestic productireleM industry that have characterithe Free Coinage Bill to be "ES. "K. "TW7"edd.lng', ofl'another. Why should a man be tion may be free to regulate prices zed his farm life, and he i winning according to the nntural laws of trade passed with as littlo debate as possidebarred from living abroad, if he He $ n Repubsuccess. ble, after the Free Binding-twi-ne lican iu politics nnd a Methodist in chooses to, simply because he is au and the wages paid our workmen. 5. Wc charge that tho present Bill is disposed of by the House, and, old soldier and draws a pension? JEZ.sr. religion, he has been n Mason for (Office in Crowder Building.) Democratic Congress is deliberately although the anti's have not yet fully eighttccn years nnd is a member of Many Americans live abroad in purWill practice) hla profeslon In all the courts of agreed with that programme, it Iook8 Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notarjr Rosiuc Lodge No. fioO, which body he suit of busine-- s or pleasure, and is a refusing to make full nnd necessary I'nblle rtniiij appropriations, thus3 leaving large as if they would have to do so, unless has several times re presented iu the man's liberty to be lessened because he fought for his country and was amounts to be made up by deficiency they can get the Republicans to vote Grand Lodge of Kentucky. 2&m Xj. "E3:ea.-rrl2- i, disabled iu its service? Arc the bills in order that the Democratic with them, A Democratic caucus Ho was elected Justice of the Peace ATTORNEY AT LAW, was held last night, but no attempt for the Itosinc Magisterial District in privileges of old soldiers to bo less parly may show a marked contrast between this Congiess nnd the Re- was made to do anything definite. than those of other citizens? August, 1881, and has becti Will practice his profession In ail the Courts of Democratic Senators are beginning "Suppoc the men drawiug these publican Congress preceding it, and each time since. Perhaps no ofOhio and adjoining counties, and to show considerable opposition to Sen- Appeals. Special attention given In the Court of especially do we condemn their acto collection. ficer in tho county has a firmer bold pensions arc not citizens of this counOffice, over Williams, IlclU Co'a drugstore. tion in defeating the appropriation to ator Paddock's Pure Food Bill, and, try. They wcic not pensioned on his constituent than has Mr. Autry, they were citizens, but because carry to Russia the contribution of as usual with Democratic opposition, and perhaps none more deserves it. our citizens to the starviug millions it has a very flimsy foundation, it inthey were soldiers. When they enHe is one of (he oldest, if not' the very listed the Government did not pleJge of that country because they have no deed it has any at all. Senator Bate, oldest, member of the court nnd his S&aS of Tennesse, made a pretense of havopinion has great weight in the set- them to live iu this country during vote iu the election of a President. We recommend tho frllowing ing discovered that a great big polit0. their natural lives, or inquire if they tlement ot all questions had been naturalized. Their services gentlemen us delegates to both the ical machine, with thousands of acwere welcome, nnd when they were District and Stato Conventions to be tive agents in every- section of the James P. Thompson, Better known as "Jim Polk Thompenlisted they were promised certain hclil in Elizabethtown and Louisville country, was coccealcd in the bill. son," wn born near where the pleaspay, provisions and clothing, and on the 29th and 30th of March, re- Senator Paddock made short work of ant littlo town of Horton now stnuds, that if they were disabled in tho spectively: G. W. Long, D. O'Rilcy, that by calling attention to the fact December 15, 1844, the son of Henry service they should have a pension, John B. Rogers, W. A. Wallace, Z. that only $100,000 was asked for by nnd Katherine Bell Thompson. His and that if they were killed their T. Proctor, J. I). Williams, J. M. Secretary Rusk to carry out the profather twice represented this county widows and children, if they had auy, Smith, Thos. Ames, Joshua Bradley, visions of the Bill for the first year, OFFICE OVERBED FRONT in the Legislnturc, nnd was for many should lie pensioned. No condition Win. V. Logsdon, H. C. Wheeler, a sum that would not supply many Is prepared to do all kinds of years one of the most popular men in wns made with any soldier enlisted John Downs, A. W. Bratcher, II. 8.1 thousand political agents. Senator Dental work at reasonable prices. the county, nnd it is not a littlo of his about where he should live or where W ood, Auscl Byers. The following Coke, of Texas, then stated bis ob ,, i. ..in sucec-- s that James P. Owes to the ho should hold his citizenship after alternates: M, M. Beatty, Harvey jections whi.m were principally be Arj.SLATON, M. D., cause he did not think it would pre memory of his father still lingering in his service was honorably completed. Jackson, Mnnuel Da vies, J. B. House, the tninds oft he people,moreivid still, no wns leitjust ;h trco in that re-- Jos. F. Dewees, John 0. Carter, vent the adulteration of food. Sena & perhaps, is the memory that many spect ns the men who did not fight John Peyton, Win. Grngson, Daniel tor Paddock regards the passage of Formerly of Millwood, now located at Leitchfield. offers his Drorensional services to the peopl. widows and orphans cherish for the for their country are. Downs, J. C. Busroe, John Powell, the Bill hy the Senate as certain. Oraj son and 'adjoining couaties. Office in Tho nomination of William B. relief the old gentleman's benevolence "Every old soldier should denounce Charles W. Decker, H. R. Jones, W. (the Dr. Haden property.) S3ly gave them iu time of need. this attempt to put a restriction ou S. Proctor, Charles Rhoads, Wm. Gilbert, of Oregau, to be U. S. Cir-cu- it Judge for the 9th, Judicial DisJames labored on the farm aud in the men who fought for the Union Beeler, Alexander Owens. SECRET ORDERS. trict, which was sent to the Senate tho log business tit both of which he that is not put upon other mcu. It G. W. Losro. Z. T. PltOCTOR, this week, fills the bench of the new had fair succes. He wooed and won is putting a stigma upon them as a Cicero Maxwell Camp. No. 35, Department of J. H. Rice, . Circuit Court. the fair young widow, Mrs. E. E. class which they should resent. They Kentucky, meets at Ilnrtford,Ky.,second Saturday Com, la each month at 1 r. m. John Michael, A Convention Brown, to whom he wns happily have the same right to go and live at of C. M. Bxinitt, Captain. J. C. Bushok, lumber men will meet here this week Jai. Is. Itowi, Sergeant. mamed" April 30, 1885. Of this unFerhy. the antipodes ns other people, and J. J. to protest against the Democratic ion three children have been born: should resist nnd denounce this atThe nbove resolutions being unanO-- . .A.. TZ. proposition to put lumber on the tree Jop, who died quite yoimj;; Alexantempt to take it away from them. imously adopted, the Couveutjon adJ.WusGoiNrLL Post, No. 8, Departmental der Bai id nnd Charlie Sullcuger. Mr. Newberry's hill is a contcmptablo journed without instructing the Dele- lisi. Delegates from all sections of Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock the country will attend this Conven- r.M., In These with Miss Mabel Brown, a piece of Leitchfield, Ky. gates. Feb 22, 1892. a cowardP.S. BauKia.Cora. tion, which has adopted for its motto: SUl.McSfltar.AdJ. beautiful young step daughter, make ly piece of repudiation. There- are "American markets for Americans." up the pleasant little family. We're not waiting for tho bats and said to bo several thousand of these Representative Spiiuger's flop from I'atsTOi Moxtoi Post No. 4, DepartmentofK.n-tucky- , After a very hotly contested fight pensioners, a good many of them mules but for men and women who for tho Democratic nomination for widows nnd children. Those that are have eyes and use them, who have Cleveland and to Hill shows the way Sunday meets every Saturday Leforo the second at alQ o'clock a. . In the Jailer, Mr. Thompson was elected to men can not vote. It they were brains 3nd reason! There's a new the Democratic wind is blowing. Hartford, Ky. J, C. Ciuniixux, P. C. J. M. Itunor, Adj. that office in August, 1880. Ho also voters this bill, as wc said above, world for theni suffering and sick- Hill has certainly made rapid gains had another hot fight for the uoniinn-tiounu- d would never have been introduced. ly as they are a new woild created in Congress, notwithstanding the election in 1890, but was suc- Suppose they were all foreigners from the brain of a skillful physician statement, which should ho taken with a good deal of caution, th at Brico and cessful iu both. when they enlisted and remained fora discovery the "Golden Medical Gorman had .withdrawn their adherJim Polk, font sounds unnatural to eign in their allegiauce afterward. Discovery." ence. Many believe that this statecnll him by nny other name, is n man Yoars ago Dr. Pierce found out It is au honor to this country thnt so ment has been put out for the that everybody likes. He is honest,free many foreigners hastened to fight un- that tho secret of all scrofula, bron'BiWflfolUC purpose of heading ofT the cry of and easy. He takes the world as it der its flag. It has bceu the beacon chial, throat and lung troublos lay "bossism,"and that the triple 'alliA MTtTBAS UMlDt TCB comes, exulting not iu success nor light of liberty to the world for years, in the begining at least in impure ance is still in existence. complaining in misfortune, nnd com- and it is the only country in tho EftUptlc Fits, FidllBg Sickness, Hyiter blood nnd the weak tone of the sysbines, ut once, characteristics of disfcs, St. Titus DaHce, Herronsness, world for whoso preservation and de-- tem; that the way to cure these efCroup, Whooping Cough and position peculiar nnd pleasing to all feus foreighnersin any number would Hjpockondria, Melancholia, In. Bronchitis immediately relieqod by fects was to remove the cause, that alike. hasten to fight. They wero pension- human naturo being the same, the Shiloh's Cure. At Z. W. Griffin & brity, Sleeplessness, Db B.o.'s Drug Store. ed for their disabilities according to Mime result liflesB,, Brain and Spibe looked for in might a Prank L, Felix, contract; nnd not for their nationali- nearly all eases. So confident was nal Weakness. Our Comity Attorney, was born Decendants "of Some Noted near Olntnn, this county, September ty. To make a new condition iu the ho that the exceptions were uncomMen. 28, 1858, tho sou of James T. nnd contract now; to say that they shall mon that bo took the risk of This medicine has direct action upon ryjevr Voik Press.) giving centers,'allaylug all IrritabiliElizabeth Felix. Ho lived and la- pot have tho pensions promised unIt is noteworthy what n number of the nerve Increasing theow and power ties, and bored on the farm, attending in win- less they give up liberties that other the medicine to those it didn't beneare of nerve fluid. It Is perfectly harmless fit for nothing, and the results have men eminent in tho era 18G1-G- 5 ter the district school until, by induspeople enjoy, is to offer them n cownow represented only in the female and leaves no unpleasant effects. that be wns right. try, he hud laid up n 'little money proved A Valuable ltoolc en Merroat and then attended Salem College, in ardly insult, nnd to repudiate, iu tho to fti Ull LV And " Golden Medical Discovery" Ijne of descent. Neither Abraham Plirr-- DLoaao aent rreecaa any address. W H W W and ioor paU.nta alao obtain Meade county, one session. He also meanest sort of way, and honorable Lincoln nor Jefferson Davis has a medicine rre of Hlaila till beau prepared by charge. is the remedy for millions! The only the Bav.nnd This remedy has attended u school nt Cannier in Hart obligation. Konl ut Fort Warue. lnd. .Inc. VT.i, and guaranteed Liver, Blood and Lung living grandson. Neither has Andrew ii,owpparaundrliUdlrecUon bytba county, finally grndunt ing m tho JaokBon, Thurlow Weed uor Horace Sientilic Course in Hnrtfonl College KOENIO MED. CO., Chicago, III. THAT HACKING COUGH can remedy. Your money back if it Greely. General Hancock's one son and Business Institute in June, 1882, bo so quickly cured byShiloh'sCuro. doesn't help yon. gold brDrnnlats at 91 per Dottle, 6ferl taking tho degreo of Bachelor of Wo left behind him only n small daughSix SIMS. OBotUeatoraO. ffiinrunteo it. Sold by Z. W. Science. In the full of that year he Griffin & Bro. SLEEPLESS NIGHT made mis- ter. There is no representative of was appointed School Commissioner erable by that terrible cough. Shi-lo- b's Genera) Scott's name. A singular-paralleby tho County Court, which position Cufo is the remedy for you. Resolutions. runs betwixt two confederate he held until 1884, when ho wns electThe Republican party of Grayson For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. generals,Stonewall Jackson aud John ed School Superintendent Mr. Felix studied law nnd entered tho prac- county assembled at Leitchfield, Ky. Dr. Fanner's Cough Honey will Morgan, priuco of raiders. Each died tice of his profession, and in 1890 W. A. Wallace temporary chairman hour. before the war ended, leaving one fair after having defeated somo ot tho and A. W. Bratcher temporary sec- roliove uny cough ' in- - ono brainiest young men in the county Gives daughter. The two girls grow up,mai Equally good for homes. ried happily.boro eaco a daughter nnd for tho Democratic nomination was ret ary. bullied, aud all fAlt.Hi iiUMA&.vt at euorgy and strength. Money re1. Grateful to an All wise Provielected County Attorney, which po died soon after giving birth to a second tcnd.d to for IIUODKRA1E H:.rS Outu oflltt.'ouu H Patent Office, mul tan funded if satisfaction not given.' opposite tho holds. sition he now dence for manifold blessings in protain I'atema in ion liiiio IJnin those icmoto (torn child. 28-- 4t Send 'UOIifL. DUAWIMI ut WAVIINO'IOX. L. B. Bean. For sale by in tho fusion of crops aud the peaceful purHe owns a m m HIU10 n( Invention Wo mil he as tu iwicnt Hartford Herald, in which position suits of happiness and felicitating tho al.llity ficciifihaiceand nc inane AO UlAKQh For lame bade, side JS WILL YOU SUFFER with Pys-pop- sia Shiloh's Porous Plaster. or chest, use (AlUtt M7T:.r ire,ShtVRklt lefcrcnccs In he is distinguished by the sumo energy tcri.v: and Fm Prico 25 actual rliciiliir,In mil mn Mate. County, Illy or jmit cllciln and Liver complaint? Shiloh's and earnestness that characterize linn party of the State and Nation upon cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & Bro. lovrii, vvrito mi the achievements of the past and tho Vitalier is guaranteed to cure you. in other positions. nM2mVR!aHM2BU 9 mm O'Ikmi.'c latent Oliit .Thioj. D O. Mr. Felix won tho hnnd of the propitious outlook for the future, de- Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin A Bro. a m beautiful Miss Nettie Duncan, of clare its Jillegianco to tho cardinal McIIenry, nnd they were married principles of the Grand OldPurty Idaho Stook Farm. and TO TIIE KleOOD, December 4, 1880. They have one Messrs. Hale & Son of IndepenWeakness, Malaria, tdfftttioa sad BJllo ansa, take child, Douglas Duncan, a promising iaitli in the putpose and nbility of its dence, Iowa write, "Sometime ago RrvbwKft IROM BITTKl a. to carry into practical lillo tot of ono summer. Air. Felix organizations It earea qulchly. aeaolae. br 11 4ealei b . thi For eale taedlciaa is a member of the C. P. Church and successful operation those princi- we had a eolt that hurt bis hind leg swollen almost the size of Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need Hartford, nnd is n man ot ninny ples bct suited to the genius of the so it was your head, thought he was spoiled, for Constipation, Loss of "Appetite, friends nnd ono whose most distinBROWlfS IROJf BITTKRS ALMANAC Far IsjfM we sent for Quinn's Ointment used Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dysguishing characteristic is that most American people. Contalna One Ilaiulred Heclpea for mak2, Wo endorse tii'o Administration one bottle and to day ho is as smooth pepsia. Price 10 and 75 ets. per botof success necessary ingredient ing delicious Candy cheaply und quickly tle at Z. Wnyne Griffin & Bro. at home. This book U gl eu away ut drug called of President Harrison as wise, patrL as ever." and oneral stores. J. - - Glenn "Wedding, Tames Smltli, Attorney at Law. 1 Attorneys at Law. ii-- Perry Westerfield mmu Attorney at Law, er d Roslne, Hartford, Ky. I. ft w DENTIST.' 4 1 Physician Surgeon, e, Sons cf Veterans. uon-partis- ian kuow-uothingi- Court-Hom- court-hou- I rr H88& J 1 - l mm f half-intere- -- Hartford Subscribe for the Republi- can. ity (?)of your present position; we rHCAwTIFOIRID'S FutiuXTZ W. T. MoKENMEY, would uot separate you from your early lovo, for where a man's treasure is theic will his heart bo also, and few ".;&8k , f fir' DP AVER DAM, KY. rUDLISHKI) KVEUY 1'ltlDAY MOltNINO. then you know their friendship "will re- Will be in hi nllico fiom the liii-- t serve to soothe thy weaiy hours." Mo M to the loth of cacti moutii. wif!V'llTlYi!ri!1fJll,or",,',,nl,f'',,' stic't to your clients, Mr. ffeinld, g Load lice over Bank. All work guarantied. Pints pu in the course iu which 3011 have What about Reed's tilling now? embarked silence as long as possible, SHILOIPtf COrtill anil Cl.KVr.l.ANl) seems to be ju.t about nnd then pievarication. duplicity and t 'mo h 'i)l(l by us on double-dealinor else make a bold, Ilillt-up (or all time. & i"in" consumption guar.itiiee. acknowledgement, and then get open W a vne Li if fin A: Bro. Sold li, Dora tho Hfi-fih- l deny thnt there on the right side. Don't sneak around Statement of the Condition nre parties in Hartford who bold like u beaten cur. Come up and ,jSmmmmmWmmW .9 AE'KjiL c ?m or ini: yr? mui;a kv m ,Y.tv..i Government liccme? K not, let it act n man onco in your editorial lite, and see what a dillercut feeling it will stop in tirade ah nit names. AS or bring over joti to that you aro wont Why nre not hriek wnlks cheaper to have. You first ehoo silence as in the long run tlmn plank ones? At your safest makeshift, but when that f i' Al llif" CIom ill HiinIiipih. .Iiinmir.v 0, 1SUJ, nml .iiititiilll4'il to IIif any rnte, Hartford U nblo to alh'ird mask fioni your deceitful wai torn a MocliliolUrr' Mrdlilif tbein. Why tint have tliein then? Jim. !. 1MI2. visage and on were called upon to declare where you stood, you cune i' RKSoriH'KS. Not lonpago we hd tlie pleasure Sti0,7-ll.l- ! Hills discounted of visiting our neighboring little city with kisses and pretty phrase", the Real estate U.OOO.OO of Leitehficld, wbieli wo found to be more effectually, as you thought, to Furniluie and IWtuics. . . . 1,000,00 n model county scat. The business deceive the unwary and to cover 1,:U1.07 Bonds..... is men mo wideawake and energetic, your disgraceful duplicity, your un77:1. B'J Debts in suit expected thrusts at the causo of pub- the citizens pobto and obliging. tl'J.'JO Expenses paid monMISS LIZZIE WALKER. lie morals and to niako tho Blind Ti!),;VJ0.72 Cash iu safe Tun Executive Departments and ger argument, for you have made no 10,o"Jr.07 Cash in other banks other branches nt Washington employ other, the more plausible and seducef no enemy to Republicanism, but ers was selected as tho oin to deliver Sl)2,;;i4.!)'J '2,393 colored employees, whose total tive. Rut the miserable disguise and In a Democracy, and we cannot conceive an oration on Washington 4 LIABILITIES. annual wages amount to $1,.170,G2.V shameful cowardice were scon of all of bea sale without a consideration. few well choson words, ho oulogiod Capital stock 8:10,000,00 !)8, and yet the Republican party is men nnd in attempting to make an Was it "boodlers?" Have you not tho name of tho dead hero. Then .vj,o:u.r7 Dcpoits r.W55S?i accused of being undue to the Ncgio. excusejforyour treacherous course you tried to create tho impression that jlQ 'JtUi,:!!) came deulnmationsjjy tho students. Due other Banks stultified yourself by pleading that Republicans used the boodle, and Tbeso were rendered 'J08.00 Dividends unpaid well, considerTin: balance of Hade in our favor lc. for paper ol'LS0 pins. :s,oo!i.o:s iwissi1" Profit mid loss you knew uothingof these evils and in 18!)1 was 8142,0:,G.'iG. If an that if ou did you would have the that Democrats were without guile? ing the .short time thov had to prepare Ic. lor paper of 'Jo iicwIIph. And, now, do you wish the people to them. Prof. Ho co Taylor made an old farmer sells more than he buys it si)2,f:M.yi offendeis punished. Hah! What, now, understand that your party has not !I0c ior mom rcintorccil wool jeam S. K. Cox, Pkiiih:m elegant speech on tho American Flag. would taken gientdeiilof argument has gone with the reputation af Anapuntf. only been buying votes singly, and Mr. S. L. Stevens did justice to his him that he it not just to convince nias! Tosay that you do uot know in "blocks of five," but that it purSTANDARD rOR.'jCCNUtiV Ic. for spool 100 ynril hiik, black subject, "lias Providence Favored that much better olf, and wc fail to ME UTS ALL DAILY that whisky is sold in Hartford sim- chased the entire Republican party or colois. tho American People." Then came see the difference in the application of ply because, you do not actually tee it in Ohio county? This paper has lc. for bpool frilk twit, all colors. Mr. C. S. Taylor, who, in his usual the rule between on individual nnd a sold, is no more reasonable than to never yet failed to support its party Oc. a dooi! f)iHU L'liibioiilcry .'ilk. nation. say that n cause is not necessary to nominees, and will continue to sup- appreciated stylo, spoke on, "The llic. for onil umbrella. an effect, or that you don't know port them as long as they arc honest, Hope of the Auwriciu Youth." Mr. Tiik Adelphians honored themTO ALL. lc. each Muirer machini' needle. M. Rogers, father of our Superin J. selves Tuesday morning, inhonoiing whether you hail any ancestors, be- capable men, as they have always been. Ic. n bottle !cu!ti machine oil. cause you didn't happen to be pres- It has at all times been conscientious tendent, then addressed tho school. Mrs, I). E, Thomas. The present, an T"AOEM."ji- oc. for 2 paper English brnw pin. Ho gave some good advice. Tho elegant piano lamp, was a worthy ent when they were born. iu its support of men nnd principles, oc. a ducn nil ihadcri xilk drct'i school room was decorated with a You have proven yourself just j and has been liberal enough to give tribute most worthily bestowed, on TWINBRGTKEl: button. most lovely flag, the picture of one whoso many virtues and earnest such a friend to moral, law, order other credits for the same. It has ALIKK. 10c. boi polo cap". 'asliiiifTton and tho beautiful motto: chi never occupied a "neutral position labors have endeared her not only to and sobriety and tho l,ric a dozen black, shell and anilier-hai- r God we Trust." the Adelphians but to nil Hartford zens of Hartford and Ohio county as ! always having intelligence to have an "In pin. J. L. Rogers goes to "Eduioud-sonvill- e" SPECIAL ATTBiNTIOiN Brutus was toC:esar,as Arnold was to opiuion upon public questions, nnd.i people. .Ic. a cake catile wiap. at least once a week. Washington, and n; Judas was. to a c101'ec among e indidatc. 2c. ami !c. a docu nickel wfety Given to the Traveling eraU says we deserve the Christ. Why you betrayed the peoTin: Some say Jim is preparing foravov-ag- e While we aro loyal to the Repubpin. reproach of every honest merchant in ple, wc do not know. It may have Public. on the matrimonial sea. lican party and ever ready to aid it Sc. a box of 21 hhect of paper and Ohio county because we have insinuA Stuoknt. been not that you loved the people in every way possible, that is honor21 envelope. ated that there were Blind Tigers be- less, but that you loved tho Tigers able, we arc not so bide. bound that we They Endorse our 7c. lor 2 doen cedar led pencil. Position. ing run in this, n prohibition county. more. Was it for Arnold's thousands? can not see anything good nor recog 8c. adoen rubber tip pencil. Resolutions of No. No, no, brother JferalJ, you have No! You couldn't command such a nize tor ability in those of opposite views. 350, Feb. 27, 1802: .'lc. lor latci this wrong, the honest merchant is price. Was is for Judas' thirty . It tS no credit to anyone to display a Tic. a dozen for falcon WHKI1K4. Tlin iFimrl l,nn..U ..fl not in the Blind Tiger business, arid, pieces of silver or for thirty auythiug blind partisanship to such an extent Ohio county have by their votes said He. a bottle Thonia- - ink. therefore, don't feel that his business else? Or was it just because you tirico YtAsi co si;ao rMi:,i that he will lend aid to no one, no they are opposed to the sale of whisky 2c. for oiled window shades affairs have been hurt in the least were "wrapped up" with the Blind matter to what ho aspires, unless he in their midst, nnd fcprinj; rollei . .The Pittsburgh temp aud as he has no Tiger and were afraid not to truckle? , j3 by our insinuations, tboroughly"collured"aiid unmistak !!c. for 1 Vhi:hi:as, Some of our citizens agate button. Bliud Tiger he don't feel guilty, so , 'Jitaii 1K2 is one 01 most 111- ably labeled "Democratic Dorg." SI 2o for ladie real Dcingoln clioes are continually violating said law by fU-Jhas no remorse of conscience, or ill rftvlh that We do not know whether 01 not selling whisky privately 111 tho town WHO "SIDE - TRACKED" warrautid. will toward those who want, and aro seems to l c the Herald ever sold itself or party, of Hartford and other places, having YOU? oc. u pair ladie- - hoe, black anil determined to have this business . It A few weeks since, when the Fed- - but we do know it has been a comcolor. paid the Government license lor that itopped. i o3 fl to reach the Grand Jury, nt Owntsboro, re plete "give away" to it for a number purpose. Therefore be it oc. a pair men licay cotton .ock. JS k)7tinpW end as lo 10c. a pair mens wool one half Wk nre free to say to the good citi-ze- us turned n few "cut and' dried" indict- of years. Wc do not know whether Rcsolvi:ii, That we do most heartgoodness of hoe. of Hartfoid and surrounding ments against some of the Revenue or not it "bartered" 10 remain silent ily endorse the action of thecood peo in community that wc do know who in force, for alleged contiibution of cam- or neutral in nny contest for office. ple of Hartford in their cfl'orU to .JR. vST sSz a first-clas- s tic, a ayard good garter wb. 'every way, 10c. pair oxidized silver gaiter our midst paid the U. S. for license, paign money, the Hartford Herald, If we did, and wished to charge it, wc drive this evil from tlisir midst and would do it specifically,and we would Plid&Hlffl --Mix.' and tase of buckle. which expires the 30th day of Juno forgetting that it lives iu n "glassto establish better exnmplos of moralUm a n a jr e not do it at n time when it would be ity before the youths of Hartford !lc. n box-- of 80 nw'd hair pin.. next, which is pretty good evidence house," proceeded to make the wholesale charge, that Federal office-holdment perfectly apparent to every one that and the country. l.'ic. a pair mens suspciiittTi, nilk Notwithis wrong. that something ' ic only care it requite .' came with "bags" of mont-- and we did it because we were angry over web, uickle hiicklou. KiMOLVun, That ne endorse the efstanding thi, however, wo don't feel and wiping. oc. each infaut knit vests. inclined to pub'ish their names just purchased votes in Ohio county nt our inability to answer charges made forts of tho Hartford Rki'Uiiuca.v in .".'.li D. : falls out when ihe lc. a dozen fancy metal dres butyet. All wc want mid all that the the election of 18IJ0. And here let by a corresondent of thatpaper.aud its firm, bold stand taken for Justice, ' ton. moral, sober citizens of this communi- us call attention to the failure upon wished to turn public nttention from Law nnd Order, and its innnly light o'.iim icy is taken off, not into 1 1 lcket as in other central-.I- r 2.rc. for Florence hair bruslir. against Blind Tigers and ty ask for is, for these parties to stop. the pnrt of the Herald to practice it. The editor of the Jerahl is invited ers, and we do hereby pledge it our .Ic. a package Colgan's tally tolu. ,r;ht lamps. Wc are willinc to forgive if they nre what occasion has suggested to it to r..tting in a new wick is a dn.y oc. imported caxony ynrn. truly penitent and will do what is preach since then; it is too cowardly to discuss the questions of the day undivided, moral support 111 all its with us, when ho discovers what po10c. n cake cuticurn Miap, very easy matter indeed. efforts against evil in every form. right, but if they take the sulks and to give the names of whom the charges arc made, sition his party occupies upon any of 5c. a ilozeii fancy metal bolls. good citizen or-de- rs L' this seems strange to On motion of Bro. John B. South-nr- d want to jump on every 20c French plate hand mirror. 1:1 who knows how trouble-- c it vvasoidercd that a copy of thc-- e simply because he wants to uphold and "his insinuations point with them. At present he couldn't tell to save his life. 2c. a pack 2ocuciope. other good lamps are. resolutions he cent the Hartford Herthe prohibition law, morals and so- equal certainty" to every man iu the Revenue service. This 2"o mens outing liirt. briety in this community, they may ald and Hartford Rr.i'UisMC.w fur It is in all the good lamp- CENTERTOWN. tirade is accompanied with denuncia10c mem ply pure linen colar. Send Tor a primer. publication. S. J. P.vxrox, Pies. expect more than mere insinuations. Feb.29. Mrs.Aniue Smith is visit-in- u tions against "boodle" nnd "boo-dlers- ," . uu'iii, Pa. Pittsburgh Brass Co 10c mens celluloid eolani. J. P. Mim.ki:, Sec'y, pro tern. her sister, Mrs. Joe Foster, near in such a way as to lead one, tl.'e t in. rubber nlict. DAVID G. COLSON FOR not acquainted with tho facts, to be- Hartford. 10c a yard all wool barege veiling. CONGRESS. Miss Delia Ashby and Mr. Robert Thorough, 1'i.irtital Instruction. March 1. School will begin at this lieve that these are purely products of 10c for ruitain tiole The race for the Republican nomwith brann n wmt a l4 .1 mm Muddox wore married yesterday at place no.vt Monday. i" Rfree. Write to RUEmUel E8U 3S ination tor Representative in the Elev- the Republican patty, and thnt it is trimming. Cieek Chinch altera ser The protracted insoting that has WBRYA3T & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY, 2 lc a package of one-ha- lf enth Distiict promises to be a lively the inly party which uses boodle, Walton's dozen boon in progress at this place closed votes or corrupts elections. mon by the pastor, Rev. J. A. BenThe Demociatic gerrymander purchases double plated spoon. one. who performed the ceremony. Monday, with 2d I 5c men is nett, conversions; P.I gives the Republicans only one lauudred white tihirt. When the Herald editor i J.' Miss Ashby is a good and lovely girl wore baptized Monday evening. from Kentucky, although we answered by n correspondent 2c n box of jet black head mourn-in- g to this We aro glad to note that Mrs. In miner from Owensboro and told of and Mr. Maddux is a manly and in have moro than l.r0,000 votes. pins. 4c a poul linen thicad. order to accomplish this, a district the "dirty" tiansactions of his party telligent young man. Their many Taylor Howe, who has boon quite friends wish them a lotiy and prosper- sick, isrecoveriii";. Tic ii dozen pearl drees button. was constructed, tho boundary lines of iu the Ohio county campaign in 1890, ous life. 8c a pair stockinet drew shield Mrs. Alfred Matthews is very low which nre very remarkable, incluthnt article, if instead of answering fie lor 2 halls black darning cotton. Miss Birdie Benton spent last week nnd her recovery is doubtful. ding in t of tho large Republican he had any answer to make, he atcounties, giving it a Republican ma- tacks this pner iu n mean and con- with friends in town. Miss Elton Williams is visiting Miss Ida Stroud went to Greenville jority anywhere from ten to tweuty temptible manner, in order to rniso a her brotlver in Central City. Hef-li- n. thousand. The District is nt present dust in which to cover his inability to yesterday to visit her sister. Mrs. Mrs. Lee Loney U visiting her represented by Hon. J. H. Wilson, answer the charges made by our mother, Mrs. Maggie Tichenor. H. C. Fox, Paradise, was the guest who is serving his second term in Owensboro correspondent. The atMisses Viola and Paris Pirtle wore Fii-d- ay will bo a tack seems to be aimed nt everybody of his cousin. Dr. II. L. King, Congress, nnd it ispicumed the guests of Mrs. Delia Pirtlo and Saturday. candidate for ('nomination. He will iu general aud tin one iu particular. Thursday. Miss Sue Tichenor, Point Pleasant, be opposed by that gallant young ReG. W. Snoll has gone to Evnns-vil- le It reminds us of nothing so much as visited relatives in town Inst week. publican leader of tho mountains, tho wild attempt of a bliud snake to with logs. County Surveyor, J. B. Wilson David C!. Colsou, of Middlesborough. bite, during "dog days1" Hurrah for Benjamin Harrison. was iu town Saturday on business. Mr. Colson has been an active politi-tt- on Lko. If the editor of tho Jfeiald is, as he Little Ivy Coffinan, Point Plenant, for a number of years, ho is n very assorts.freo from "disgusting thrusts" is visiting relatives iu town. B. BEDA. fluent 9peaker,iind in the State CenHainr houirht the Livery Business of E. W. Taylor, I wish to inform tho nnd desirous of "honorable discusBorn, to tho wile of Rev. .R. D. tral Committee ho has done good sions." public that I will do a jonoral Livery, Palo and Food business at the to Republicans. will ho explain what he Otlntorost LnBhhrook 00 the l'Jth tilt., 11 fine es When his work for tho party. old stand, and also keep on hand ULrGGIKS, "WAGONS and Ropublicau Dolomites, and othur-t- , , means by tho following: have been demanded he has alCARTS of tho latest and most approved make. JyHon't who attend thoEliuhotlitAwu District girl. Dr. L. T. Cox attending pliysi "In the days when the Republican cinn. ways been on hand. A few years forgot that tho Hartfoid Transfer is still to the front in monsold by Convention by way of N N. & M, V. Ohio county were Mr. nnd Aire. Thou. Baird aro ill. ago when Mr. Colsou made the race party of behalf of the driiiiiiuoraiid travoliur public. Please R. li., cm purchase! tickets from linuds of their enethnt sheet into the Aire. S. A. Bennett has not recovered for State Treasurer, Ohio county tfivo 1110 a call THREE TRIPS DAILY. went their station at reduced r.ito to I.ouis-vil- lo from and if my, when expressions of disgust her recent illnes. gave him a mnjoiity, Horse-i- , buggies and wagons for salo or hire at all times. Speoia Convention, with privilijjos of from every honest man who witC. A. Leach, Cromwell, spent n she wore situated in the eleventh, up attention given to all stock entrusted to my care. "stop over" at Cecilia, where thoy nessed the barter, the fcrnld mainfew dnya here last week with relatives. would undoubtedly give him her 22 Yours Very Respoctfully, will be granted round trip tiekuts to concern 'the that Rev. R. D. Lufhlirook filled his delegate votes for the nomination for tained toward HZy. IEJTjID, C. charity of silence.'" That this paper Eliubothtowu at tho ruducud rato regular We trust and believe appointment at Bhiuklu Congress. -- n M 11 o cents. 114 Alain Street. .i over sold tho party iu Ohio county, of twenty-fiv- e Chapel Sunday. that nt tho Congressional Convention C. M. Bah.nxtt, 0 KNSHOHO, KV. or nnywhere else, is falso iu every Joseph Mitchell, .Stanley, was tho Mr. Colson will carry nil' tho plum. Ch'iu'n. 4th Dist. Rep. Coin. parficular, and is too contemptible Tho only Cut Prico Houso guest of Mr. and Mis, L. 11. Leach to deserve notice, coming from tho ROUGH SAILING. in tho City. Saturday night. Stephen Bennett, NO. 25. The Herald finds it rather rough source which it does, aud would not Some of our fnruiors have sown Kchols, spent Saturday and Sunday sailing to net the "cat's paw" for tho now bo noticed wero it not for the tobacco beds, and aro aiming to plant with his parents here. Rev. W. K. Blind Tigcis, and ho comes this week fact that insinuations of this kind Cook spent 11 lew days here with his a crop of tho bittor wood. with its usual buncombe aud with an have been made on one or two forEmerson Rogurs has cleared a spot family last week. s mer occasions, when that paper has unparalleled show of sickening A Fino Lino of Will Sorvo at all times "Neat" Hoover and family have is in debate, and for his now rosidonco. Ho also attempts to swap sides with been moved to Haitford. tho question preparing to plant a largo orchard. No, 110, wanted to us without our consent. James Kllis has moved to his new Tho insinuation Emorson is a hustling farmer. Mr. Herald, wc won't swap. We feel under discussion. house near here, and Alva Calloway .1,1). Hockor visited our school citizens at is as utterly destitute of , foundation at homo among has moved into the house vacated by Cakes, etc., always on hand- and in any style. all times, nnd especially so when we as tho maker is of manhood. It is a this weok. J. J)., von nro always Air. Kllis. feel, n wo ever do, that we aro fighting cowardly thrust eminently fitting ono welcome because you always wear a The members nnd friends of Shink-!- e broad) to Order. Cans & for the welfare of tho people, aud who poses as a "lii(,-- plane" fighter faco of pleasant (though Chapel arc making egorts to finish Oysters ia field. If tho Republican smiles. on a fair doubtlesjou, too, nro among congethe church. Our school oudoavorod to celenial spirits when champiouhig tho party of Ohio county was- - sold into No. 121 Main Street- Telephone 208. A. Wehh and family have moved cause of tho Blind Tigers, nnd wc do tho hands of its "enemy," will you brate tho birthday of Washington tho to Air. Webb's farm near nliinklu Chapel, Louts XIV. not wish todi"turbthe peaceful seren state who the enemy is? Wp know evening of the 22d. Mr. J. L. Rog Hartford Republican POETESS. $ sfSH'Ste l& A Oar Load Of the old tteliiiblo Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers just, ceived. Cnr Hates. call. M'rito m n&mTfiSTm - ;. or C011-suiii- pti g, d TIockhu 11 11 Co. 1 -i Mi. IBKKWf3 ttHBBKMCCTuiftv:.0': ammr CASEBFtH! MK T HOW TO MAKE Money! FAST LIKE The way to make money to save it. You arc losing ey if you arc paying more for goods than tho prices given low: JrlfSijiiiiPs? :CASEBIER'S'BUS 0KTE3 PRICE TROT I iKYHOP YEAS THE icsc e RISE! 16HTBS&) pt-n- j (m 1 1 m (ventions nit-ishe- d. -- light Also keeps ers ' I Liverv and Feed Slahle. where von ean have your Horses Fed. and law-brea- k- jrel the hesl of riffs or ni'hf. lieave your with rs. centralTgkove. Ml I HUM. 1 nflfiflrrE.7Ea8ff& v nil!l. II Elf $ Fm wd S At8 Stt&fii oi-- All goods marked in plain figures. You can order by 1 I ' ft Jj.t VSEfcll, &Qietai ser-rie- mail aud ge Hie goods jus as cheap by adding postage, as you can buy in person. We are a One Priced House. We refund (he ey on any thing not satisfaclory Ij KCartford, i. J. WILLIAMS, EUGENE GASSER, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. BREAD, '4 brazen-fnecdnes- hanl-prcsse- d side-truc- k FRESH law-abidi- h li. mm Mi Owensboro, Kentucky. FAIR - is BROS. A CO. -- :o:- Visit W.F.Schapmiro's Shoo Storo and sco his beautiful lino of goods ho is receiving for spring. Win. Fair will loavo oarly no.t cuk for Now York and other E lstorn cities to purcl aso spring goodi for tho firm of Fair Bros. & Co. Wo have just received our entire new stock of spiing clothing. The finest and neatest ever brought here, ot lowest prices at Kahn's Trado PERSONAL. Walter Martin is improving. Win. Gray, Bea or Dam, is sick. B. F. Hiirtlot. Waller, was iu town Friday. G. C Wostorfiold 11 on tho sick list this wtsok. Mack Portor, Cromwoll, wns in town lust wook. A. II. Grupp, Evansville, 'wns in town yesterday. Cornoli'is Hoover, Clear Run, is not expected to live. Mrs J. P. Barrett returned from Louisville Wednesday. College Happenings. By students, Monday is called tho "bltio Jay." Notwithstanding tho gloominess 'of last Monday morning tho school assembled in Chapel Hail, looking ns bright uud fresh as if that was not tho blue day. ,Wo are beginning to think that "blue Monday" is a day of the past. Every one is so interested in his work that all days aro bright and cheerful. On Monday morning, Miss Viola Pirtle; Messrs J, L. Hawkins, E. V. Milligan, Rev. C. W. Hcsson and E. B. Pendleton wcro welcome visitors at General Exorcise, and were repaid f6r their visit by quite an interesting talk fiom Dr, Alexander. Mr. Lodford Truman and Miss Minnio Itowc, who were on the sick list last week, have recovered and are at school again. v Miss Ella Herring is on tho sick list this week, also Lulu Rowe, of the Primary room. On Monday morning when announcements were called for, a member of tho Adelphian Society arose and announced that the school would hear from the Adelphians the following morning. Of course, everyone wns filled with curiosity, but awaited patiently until the eventful morning should arrive. So on Tuesday morning after a short chapter and prajer by Prof. J. W. Lytic, Prof. J. D. Coleman stepped upon tho rostrum and in a few appropriate remarks presented to Mrs. D. E. Thomas, in the name of the Adelphian Literary- - Society of Hnrtford College, an elegant piano lamp iu token of their high appreciation ofthe assistance rendered them in their Thi's is a fine lato entertainment. Society composed of 31 brave boys, who know how to appreciate and return a favor bestowed upon them. Tho following attended General Exercises Tuesday morning: Messrs. Jack Smith. Marvin Bean. Lonnie Render and Henry Hardwick. Dr. Alexander's class in Rhetoric read some good essays on Monday and Tuesday afternoons at their regu lar recitation hour. The famous Ray's Algebra class, under charge of Prof. Coleman, has at last finished itawork, and will now rest the remainder of the term. R. Nelson says that it is better to buy soda from a grocery than a drug store. A. says to B. how much stock have you on your farm? B. responds: 4 horses, 7 sheep, 5 cows, and 3 hogs. Query Is this reply representing tho amount of stock on B'a farm a according to the definition ofC. N. in Robertson's Arithmetic? Will some one nuswer in next issue? OVERLOADED. Sara & Me have just gone through our 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 stock? Something MUST he done to make it go, and we are going to do that something by saving our patrons money, viz.: Bcginniiig'to-day J ( $!ve was tbe fkst Ifaid, Though the male repreresentutives of the genus homo have always claimed that Adam was the first made. ffaat's immaterial, fhougb, Sufficient it is that we are here. Now that we are here, we've got to get a living somehow. Let's not get it directly out of each other, one out of the other, but if we both act, and act together, we'll get along first-ratYou help us to sell a lot of goods by buying of us, and then we can sell them cheaper, and of course as you save so shall you prosper. e. Palace. Logic isn't it! And fasts as ill, Previous to spring buying we shall We shall move all our present stock. move it in installments, and we should like carry away some portion cheap. For comparison we give our prices and what same goods sell for at other places: to have you Our Best Hcd Tickinii Bcxt Prices: 2c.' Others' Prices: Sanio Goods. . Best Tobacco Cotton Ific Same Goods.. . , Shining Itleadi Colored Carpet 7ic! Same Goods. c Same Goods. ific Samp Goods. kt i licit .. . ....2Jc ....18c . .. .8c ....10c . . . Beat Cotton Jonnc .20c .20c 7c Chain.. . . I- - Dcrt White, Carpet Chain . . Beet Prints Best Brow n Cotton Host Turkey Hcd Dannu-k..- . BoM Floor Oil Clotl Heat Table Oil Cloth (lood Red Flannel Largo Zinc Trunks Ucht Brognn Shoe Best Ladii lluttoii Shoes Gooi' Men' Hat Good Supcn(1era ..20c Same Goods. . ..18c Same Goods., ...22Jc . . . ...fie Same Goods. . . ..(ijc Same Goods. 05..1 ....Tie . ').' 2."c Same Goods.. Same. Goods., came Same Same Same Same Same Same . . . . ..'Ific . .:i0c uowts. Goods. . . ...:i0c 18c $2.fi0( ,...20c ..8:5.00 ..$1.-1.Sl.-lO- c Goods.. Goods. $1.25 $1.25 fiOc 2.")c, Goods., Goods. Goods. 7S3 ,...:.rc FAIR BROS. n2fMsKf' Hartford Temple of Fashion. CO., Props. . N.N. &M.V.R.R. TIUINS I.KAVK I1BAVKH IM. TIUIM liOINO WEST. l;',0' " ti'c.S. Mail MttlKir"' II Yir. T, LimrUsI I'.iprr THUM l'IN KIST. Mr. Mill .ml Kiro ha. , Limit"! Cheap Sugar at G.T. Wcsterfield's. Homomliorth.it Smith & Cain are tho fancy barbers. Fresh Cheese and Dried Beef at the Ituilroad Store. All, kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry nt Martin's . . ., K'l "'" FRUUYrMAItCIH, 1P2. Mackerel ntG. T. Westcrficld's. Fresh bread at the Hailroad Store. Fresh Prunes nt G. T. Wcsterfield's. ltomomborC. L. Field' bus whon you want to jjo to Beavnr Dam. C. L. Field will tako caro of .(our horsos not Monday, best of corn and hay. Don't forget Smith & Vm if you want a nice easy hbao or a fancy hair-cu- t. - T Tobacco canvas i'lomljc to fie n people with cool heads come to us for clothing. yard at Knbn's. F.vut Bito. ft Co. Go to Fuir Bros. & Co. for gent's etc. furnishings, Joseph Hamilton B.rnes, Goshen, See the royal line of dress goods at died Saturday morning, and nnothcr of our best citizens is gone to his reFair liios.it Co. ward. money-saver- s A spring picnic for Far-sightc- d J. M. Barnett's house was burned nt 2: 15 yesterday evening. No 0110 was at home when the fire broke out audit is supposed it caught from the Mrs. J. B. Dodson, Waller, is quito cooking stove. Insurance S2fi0. sick, but is growing bettor. J no. 13. Wilson returned from To those who bnvo mi liberally patLouisville. Wednesday night. heart-fe- lt ronized mo, I jcturii my .1. L. Miller and Honry Hoover thanks and invite all to como and sco the elegant line of Shoes I am iccciv-in'- g wont to Owensboro Wednesday. MaMur Allon Walkor, Glasgow, is lor spring. W. F. Sciiapmimi:. visiting his aunt, Mrs.,E. D. Guffy. Comnto us for all kind of spring Mii-Sallio Cololiian, Aclunville, foods, such as clothing, hats and ii not jet nblo to resume her school. caps and you will bo convinced that Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Cploman rewe carry tho largp-- t stock in Ohio turned from Wbitesvsllo Wednesday Kaiin'h Titwii: 1'ai.aui:. county. night. II. B. Carson, tho popular J. G. .1. Davis, Owensboro, is under salesman, has opened up a stock ot medic, il treatment of Dr. J. E. Gent's Furnishing and other goods next door to Anderson's Baaar. His M. M. Knhn went East Wodnesday good businc" qualities iusuio his tuc to purcliaso bis spring stock for. tho Trade Palace. ccs. Mr. Jno. O'Flahcrtv is ouitosick at Situ McKiuloy, IHIVItin, and j his homo 011 Lewis Streot. Owenv- .Miss Artie DoiUon, Birnrtt's Creak, noro inquirer. were married in the parlor of the ComCapt. T. E. Bibb, Bristol, Tonn., mercial hotel Wednesday evening. will arrive to visit his Itev. J. A. Bennett pronounced tho daughter, Mrs. Mask Fair. ceremony. Miss Dona V odward,Contertown, Knhn sold in tho past week !" suits who received severe injuries from n fall Mime timoago, is improving. of men's clothing, and every buyer that we have finer goods Mrs. J. W. Ford, Mrs. J, fr. PenInrga-r- ot nnd remarkably lower prices than our dleton; Misses Jessie Ford, Null, Bessio Cox and Annie co'iipctitois Griffin attends! tho Patti enKaiin'h Tiivih: Pai.aci:. tertainment at I.ouUvllo Monday How is it that we bell every one night. that conies to our store for clothing, USE OP FERTILIZERS! bats and bhoesV It is simply because No question presents itself to the we carry an imnien-- e stock in every line, hac always the latest stylo on thrifty, intelligent fnrmer, of more hand, make the lowest prices, give importance thnu that of the use of Ferever) body perfect satisfaction and tilizers. If they pay at all, they pay well, because nothing pavs worse, so to nlwaysstick to our word. speak, than to work poor laud. That Kahn's Tit.uu: 1'ai.ack. injudicious farming, and the continThe Church Conference Wedues uous taking oil' crops without a suffday night nt the M.E. Church appointicient icturn,hnvc greatly depicted the ed Committee.-- f. carpet and paper soil of thi" country is manifestly true. and otherwise improve their house of The virgin soil has grown poor worship, preparatory to entertaining on many farms worn out. On other the District Conference which confarms, the fertility has been well susvenes here the Iat of the month. tained. This difference, we presume, Let tho ladies and gentlemen composis due, in part to the character of the ing tho committees be prompt iu the soil, but largely to the system of good work. farming. Home supplies of FertiliThe house that Jack built did not zers are inndc.junte to the demand. contain ns fine n stocK of dry goods The continuous drain has not been nnd clothing asdoes the famous and returned. Can this s'latc of nflnirs lclinblc Dry Goods nnd Clothing be remedies1!? The experience of the HousonfFnirBnH. ft Co., which is European countries proves that a the leading house in Hartford for all scientific.il system of cultivation, and goods in their line. It is to your pertcrtiluinc will remedy tho growing gonal advantage to give them linearly evil. TTie experience of our best, and call and get their prices and you ore shows that it sin a to give them a large share of your most cateful farmers pays, nnd pays well. patronage. We have not the time nor disposiPeople from all over the county compliments tion to enter into a lengthy argument come to in pacing their on our new stock of clothing, nnd it on the matter. The importance of makes us smile to hear that we have this matter is sutlicietit to prompt conquered, nnd can sell goods cheap- every good tanner to investigate, and er than any other house iu America. satisfy himself, n to tho pay of ComJust look at our now brown suits from That something fT.fiO to thiity live dollars. Who mercial Fcitilizers. ever dared to bring such clothing is needed, needs no proof. here but u? Wo have the trade for We simply announce that wo have them and others do the blowing. the old le011 hand in carload lots, Kahn's Tkahi: Paiach. Brands of Raw ttable "Horse-ShooGood Sale B.ine uud and Corn Grower and the Oiiwlmrn Mofnor.J "Homestead" Tobacco Grower, aud Mr. Peter Shown, ol Bcda, Ohio count, was iu the city yesterday will be pleased to havo the farmers of with his tobacco. lit- crop which Ohio county call ou us, for their was Hurley, averaged 2,000 pounds to supplies, behcing, ns we do, that it tho acre,' and was sold to W. II. will make good crops, nnd improve Clink ft Co. ut S8, $8, nnd 81, the fertility of tho farms. Rcsp'y, IIOCKI'.Il ft Co. s I'en-dloln.iM-.itMic) " - nnd continuing till Saturday night, MARCH 12, we propose to sell every nrticlo iu otirstoror Wenr-forcve- except our Anderson's "Great Wear" and 81.99 Shoes, at TEN PER CENT. LESS THAN OUR REGULAR MARKED SELLING PRICES. Ever article iu our storo is cheap enough at our marked prices," nnd this great reduction nil along the lino will bring forth bargains that will cause customers to lay iu their future supplier Call now and get 810 worth of goods and pay Ladies Shoes worth 83 now go for 82.70. Corsets worth 81 go for go 15 89 for them. on. Shoes worth 81.50 go for 81.35. 90c. 50 cent corsets nt cents and 40. cent corsets nt 83 36 cents. Fur rugs worth at 82.70. 10c. Flannels blccchcd pro- worth 30c. for 27c. portion. 20c. flannels ut 18c. cotton at 9c. 5c calico at Ho and everything else iu See our 81, $2 nnd $3 Umhicllns that go now nt 90c 81.80 and 82.70 nnd our 83, S3.50 and S4.50 Truuks that go now nt 82.70, 83.15 and 84.05. On Cloaks and Jackets we propose to niako even'Xa deeper cut ns they must go. So if you want one at come and FIFTEEN PER CENT, OFF of marked jprice, five dolinr Cloak for four dollars and twenty-five get our 88 Cloak for 86.50, our 80 Clonk for 85.10, our cents and price. all other Cloaks and Jackets at No exceptions in this line. ' a proportionate goes." Everything Fir.njn cm fir lp. now get tobacco cotton of us worth 2c Fntli3rj wanted and taken in exchange for goods. We believe our customers will appre ciate our endeavor to save them monpy 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 ANDERSONS BAZAAR where they will receive a hearty welcome from More Anon. Sad News Prom an Old Ohio formerly depot agent nt Beaver Dam, also for a time salesman with Hocker ft Co., had his dwelling burned in Washburn, Texas, on Saturday, 13th tilt., and with it three little children perished in the flames. Mr. Oliver was nnnv from homo when the house took fire, which was about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. and despite tbe almost superhuman cuorts or tho heroic mother, her three youugest wero swept nway.leaving her eldest, Mamie nnd Gussie. Many friends about Beaver Dam and vicinity will shed tears of sympathy for the grief stricken parents, R. Mr. G. T. Oliver, County Friend. DIDOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST- - BLACK3MITHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Horse-shoein- g J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, LOVELL Ho. I, Solid Tires, 08S.OO No. 2, Cushion Ho. 3, K'y. ROCKPORT. Moving is tho order of the day. J. T. Jackson, Paducah, is in town. A party wentto Louisville Monday to hear Patti. A series of meetings is in prog-ro- ss now, conducted by Rev. Mr. Gontlo. H. V. Huston, Cincinnati, ha3 registered at tho Commercial for several days. Miss Jano Woodson, Richmond, Mo., is visiting the family of Dr. S. A. Jackson. Wiss Sara Woodburn, Bremen, is visiting relatives in town. Elise. I. P lUkNiic, GYOLESn HIGH GRADE. strictly li. 3 C, Ladies' Cushion Tints, $05.00 Ka. 4, Convertible Solid Tires, Tires, i $05.00 Ladies' Solid Tires, Notice. K0.4.G, " $36.00 Cushion Tires, I CasebierftBurton fed n Lnrgo mini barher of horses on the 125th ult. as they alwnysdowhen there is a crowd in gains in clothing. town. 10,000 yards"oi latest patterns in at Kahii's. calicoes ami gingham Anderson's Bazaar has too many boots, shoes, hats, caps and goods for this season of tho year and For are cutting on every thing. Head clothing call on Fuir Bros, ft Co.. their "ad." If you want good Watch, Clock call on Martin. andjcwelry'rcpairs, Big cuts in prices of Dress goods "at Sco their pretwauts you to come Anderson's Bazaar. C. It. Martin ty stylish wool stiipesand plaids at and pay him what you owo him. 22ct worth 30ct J. II. James has opened a general J. II. B. Carson will receive a nice store in Sullenger and Barnett's old Line of Calicoes on Monday or stund. Tuesday next. Don't fail to see his Bring your Butter and Eggs to the stock before buying elsewhere. Railroad Store and get tho h'ghwt Miss Mrtty Bunger fell and sprained market price. her anklo lastThursday night on her For a good teed, tho best of atten- way to prayer mectintr. Cause, Hart-tord'- a tion, Leave your horse with Casebier miserable plank walks. ft Burton. When you como (0 town Monday Tho (trlst firuin the furnace of too visit Sara ft Mo and save big money Beaver Dam Mill was kindled Mon- on all goods you want. Everything day morning. goes for 10 days yet at cut prices. at Fair Bros. & Co.'s. Go toFoir Bros, ft Co. for I will say something concerning our call meeting at Hartford, which convened on tho UUli ult. Brethren, we had a good time ut our call meeting, though we did not havo n very largo delegation, from the tact that tho bretnreu i'id not know of tho meeting. The County President, Ilro. Royal, in tho was to notify tho county, but I learn that the worthy Bro. has been very ill, and was not able to notify tho various unions 111 the county of the meeting. Brethren we will have a meeting Saturday before the third Sunday in March, 1802, Wo want every which is the 10th. sub union to send one delegate to said meeting, also I want every to meet me in Hartford 011 the abovo named date. Let us stand ns linn ns the Rock of Eternal Ages to the St. Louis mid Indianapolis Brother lecturers, study our demands nnd hold them before tho people. Hold up yom heads, we have enlisted iu 11 glorious cause. Our meeting convenes at Hnrtlord Yours, on the 10th. B. F. BAitrurrr. sub-union- s The Celebrated Stallion: OUR Cushion Tires 905,00 No better Warranted ALL PARTS machine made at any price. Bicycle Catilogus Free. Interchangeable, $85.00 $85.00 JOHN IE. LOVELL ARMS CO., DOCTON, MASS. MANUFACTURERS, MitrM fti!"-?- i r4 i'i trati H i'irp,(r tv lt r" i". ti'", IM'Tt. Jfrtl",: CwJitfillUtii. &'wZZl TOM NICHOLS 52T Of the Condition ofthe STATEMENT Pret. Jxo. II. nix, C.hlor. BEAVERDAM. Feb. 20. As 0110 of the many readers ot your vnluablo paper, iu tins town, I ask if you will allow spaco for a fow items fiom this place. Our town is still on the improve. Our Roller mills will bo in operation in about 10 days, and when completed will bo one of tho finest nulls in the State, with 11 capacity of CO barrels per (lay. It has all tho latest improvements 111 mills and will bo driven by n Alio Autmatic Engine of 45 home newer made by the Atlas Engine Co,, of Indianapolis, the machinery is being put up by U. It. Piniard, of Harry Wndel will bo at the throttle. II. 11. Tnvlor will build a nico cottage; J. M. Hudson has the contract, Mr. Sowdcrs is hauling lumber for his house, but hnvn't learned who bus the work. There will bo several buidings built hero this, spring. Let nil Republicans attend the Convention Monday nnd have n good time. With Brub Brown for Sheriff and Alonzo Black, of Horton, for Clerk and Bcu Harrison tor President I think wo would bo in tho ring. . Sara ft m & .Av nfe '. M $ ar want a fine.neat suit of clothes, if you want it warranted, if vou want a good piece of goods for littlo money, received then come to Kahn's Trado Palace. 400 children suits Just from $1.00 up to $10.00 at Kahn's Tliurman Westerfield, of tho firm Trade I'aluce. ofC. P. Westerfield ft Son, has Sherman Williams had his foot se- bought his father's interest and will verely mashed Inet Tuesday whilo at continue business nttho old stand. Me sell Canvas for tobacco beds nt 1 Jo per yard by tiio bolt that is worth 2c. If you n A 1 & k' "Jv, .! "J m T" T To all and everyone: We say if You will have moro respect for a you want the latest stylo in suits, dollar when you learn what it can do shoes, hats, shirts nnd gent's furnishing goods, then go to Kahn's Trado e for you at Fair Bros, ft Pttlaco, and see our new lino in OverI have just opened a nice Lino of coats, the ftuest ever seen. Ladies nnd Gent's Furnishing Goods, Kahn's Tiiade Pai.aok. also the best stock of Shoes and Hats When you como to town Leave in the Green River country. Come your horse with Casebier ft Burton, and be convinced. an! tell ynurfricudstodo the same. J. II. B. Caiwos. saw-log- work with Jack. Will stand the present season, .commencing tho iJOUi .of March, 1892, at my stable, on tho William Norris farm,one-four- th mile north of Boaver Dam, Ky., and will be permitted to sorvo inaros at fc2o.00 to insure a mare with foal; money duo when" tho fact is ascertained or mare transferred. DESCRIPTION: Tom Nichols is a beautiful iron gray, dark inane and tail, 1ft -2 hands high, 0 years old, well muscled, stands straight nd and carries biicsolf well is very works woll any where. PEDIGREE: Tom Nichols was sired by Ten Brock, he by imported Phtcton and he by tbe great King Tom. Ten Broek's dnm,' Fanny HoN ton, by Lexington and out-o- f Nantura. Tom Nichols' 1st dunl, Artfiilla, was by Lougfellow, 2d dnm, Fanny Wells, by imported Sovereign, 3d dam, Reel, by imported Glcncoo Reel was tho Tom Nichols dam of War Dance. has been cuteiedand run over many tracks of tho United States with good success, and year before last won three races. Ho was bred and raised at tho celebrated Nantura farm, in Wood ford county, Ky. Cure taken to prevent accidents, but nil) not bo responsible, eliould any occur. Pnsturngo for marcs during tho senon tree. PREMIUM: I will offer a Irem um of 850 for tho three best colts: $25 for ben, 81-r- ) for second, 810 for third. HoitACU Baiwi:?, Biavor Dam, Ky. 1doc-iloa- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At the Close of Business Deo. 31, 1891. RESOURCES. Loans aud Discounts. . . .$37,004.28 3,000,00 Real Estate Furuiture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 Ca9h ou Hand and in other Banks 25,806,27 $67,370.55 roVps!efeSs foKQ PcEksHJBli I LLS,M ALALIA , A N 6s pleasant as!emnSyr BILIOUSNESS. up. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid Reserve Fund Surplus Fund Deposit Account $25,000.00 862.31 2,250.00 39,258.24 $07,370.55 that the Tastelew Chill Tonic which haj given such universal aatisfaction, an vhichyou hear your neighbors talking about is Grove's. To ret the original nml irmitn Tasteless Chill Tonic. al ways ask for Grove's, and don't accept cheap, untried substitutes, claiming tj be Just as good. Grove's Tasteless ChillTunic holds full 6 ois. and contains 48 doses, while many of the new, untried tasteless tonics only hold 4 oss. and to thirty doses. Grove's Tonic is as large as any doN contains but twenty-fou- r lar tonic and retails for 50 coins. Mamiracturea. toy iAKi MEDICINE COMPANY, Bt. Louln, Mo. Sold by m Druggist REMEMBER John H. Barium, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this January 1, .1892. Shelby Taylor, D. C. O. O. Wo toko pleasure in submitting this our first annual statement to the public, we have now as safo a depository as nny in tho State, and solicit the business of firms, corporaSpecial attions and individuals. Exchange tention to collections. bought nnd sold on the principal cities of the United States. John H. Barnes, Cashier. T rcyivsNcrivx T, Hi . J SB Hartford licpubliciin FRIDAY, MARCH -t f J, 1802. - t Short Tai'iil Sermons. iiipihmii jrr i:i'ii(niai.i Our import (Indus nru laid with u view to coviriii the iliffore noo in eott of iirodnetion hero and nlirnmt. Labor uost, or wnire, constitiilo fully IK) pur cant, of tliis of production. (Jonseqiiently our workmen receive nearly nil tho lionofit derived from l'rotootion. It is conceded liy till tlmt American wniros nre from 00 to 30 per rent. liiolitTtli.tn in Ktijjlund mid from 100 to 1,000 per cent, ifrt'iitur tlinn in other ooiniuios. Tlio Ainorirnn farm liiltoier yets .0.00 n month, on an nverajft) while the Kni;!i1i rami Inltorer yets 1 hut W.OO. Tho American iron workers yet 5.50 per Ion for puddliny, wliilv the arlelie from the IJistit l.jmp Stoit in the II inJ. Englishman gets but $2.00. ll.lClinSTUK LA33P CO., 12 X'arU Place, Xl?7 "orU ClfThe American potter gets three times ns minch for the same work ns tho English workman Our textile workeis earn from two to three ti.ities ns much at tho toxtilo workers in England. And mi wo migl t go tluough every trade and occupation, skilled and unskilled and we would find that a GLOEE-DEMOCRA- T. dnys labor in the I'nitod States is worth double, ami more, than the same work in England. Thi is equallv 'The Best Newspaper of the Age! true whether paid by time or piecu. ..;... V.. umv iiu unr wurKiiien Consi.ss of JO )(iics. Ihttii anij 'uj.s mow for receive ,ll0c j;C jj .in ....I.. .1 A MX. mnch bettor wMlrs than the laborers heiinj replete with United Stairs, other paper in LAPPOON. abroad, but thov receive more than Feb. 22. Fanners aic very busy matter of interest to all classes, the agricultural, the our own laborers did half a centurv t'tripping and deliveiing tobacco, Tar ago, when wo had a Free-Tra- de mereuutile and the proessional. . Idroeates the prineh though the roads are in a had coudi-Huifr. pies of the Jiepithlieun 'arfi and publishes in the for hauling. Six loads have In fact, ns Labor Commissioner Carrol I). Right has just said: "Tho Iascd up the W'hitesville road this Fur (he fined and Mot Artirttc Work, speeeius oj its leaders. any si':c or tlyle. Frakriea St., between i As the eomiii'J Presidential Cawpaiiiii promises to condition of tho United States, viewed morning. 0m37 J Our neighbors sepin to have n rov 3rd and 4th. in all respects, is hotter now than at he the hottest ever contested, event lleinihlieaii should ing disposition. Win. U'eiterfield wilt iit previous period any our move to Masonvillc shortly. And become a subscriber and keep himself Ihoroaiihlij in-- l history."' Alon.o Ynte will move in hi stead. Neuralgic l'ei'tiotis Not only are wages higher, but tho formed of what is occurring in the political irorld. And Uimb Ubiblcd with nervoiines rciultlng James Johiioii will move out 'con, liuiucaraorofrrKurknlllbo relic vixl by taking cost of living has not increased. and H. I!. Jones comes in his place. Price 00 Per Year. Iirown'H Iron Hitter. Genuine There has, moreover, been a general Win. Liu) trade inatk auJ crossed red. lines on wrapper. Hardest) has lately moved into decrease in the hours of labor, all It'emit through I'ost masters and A 'eirsd eaters. or our vicinity. of which tends to better the conditiou CjA.TLmTL, llro. II. F. Jenkins dclivprml n vnrv direct to the in every nUo of the American wage-earn- er nm)1 n, HoN ,,,, Sll(lav way, The council meet-- ' at HelN Run Will vott vote next Novombor to Tuesday at 10 a. in. for the purpo-- e ' ffll- - f JL-- , QV.i , of .making an suslai in this condition? agreement, regarding ' flg iiBftlllBl I flOIlOtf ftBllGri ' ST. I.Ol'IS. MO. I the graveyard fence, thatwillbes.it- m - m Siiinpl 'nl" Mnllril I'rci'. 0 I isfactory to the chinch and couim- urictures In Every Style ni Size. CANEYVILLE. un' CSrOld Pictures Copied and Knluiged I have seen nothing in your valua. Iliuton eelebiate'i his O. 17tli ble paper from our town, I thought n SPECIALTY din-- 1 with u "iiiuptitou lew items from this community might birthday ,. ;. v ,. friends. I hough Lncle Stu no on Main, between Lewis P be of interest to your readers. ner for . . Daviess Streets, . Thore has been a great deal of Ueorge is advancing in ears he is as .limb sickness in this jiart of the county. . .. : OWhMiJWJiO, Al , 11,.-1The disease, or influenza, commonly thirty. mm Huuti; .l- - ll III' mMU IIHIV II.VN.v.ur. known as la grippe, has prevailed to alarming or unconifortnnlc propor- Ilii'liuil Miiiimv'i, ". CiiM'i.Vki-l'U- 'J i'ivx. tions. Hut it is to a great extent NATIONAL BilllK' NEW WEBSTER its grip, and our farmers arc OWENSBDR) losing preparing for their crops and our merchants aie laying in large stocks of goods for the spring tmde, which is getting rather brisk. -- x s A new industry seems to be spring ing into existence, or rather new to Security J"or Deposits VEBSTER'S this country. A Louisville Company are taking out and shipping clay INTERNATIONAL to make fire brick nnd vitrified brick a few miles above this place on the DICTIONARY N, X. it M. V. railroad. (I ( o ii ti ii J. Ross Bond went to Louisville Tuesday. SpeciI notice that the Brack Bros, are I!i.oultod ami Itentlrom Cover to Cover. A long-teste- d pain reliever. FULLY ABREAST OF THETIMES. building nil addition to their already A GRAND INVESTMENT well equipped flouring mill. is almost universal by the Housewife, the it:; use for tvery Family anil School. Kli Horned seems to be improving on SoTim Authentic Wrliatrr'sllnnliriilccil Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one from Texas. in health since his return Dlctloiiuiy. cnnijiTlnliic JsuirA (if 1KU4, 'U, nnil'Hl, Inllatlll roiiyrlKhti'il) lia, He says he don't like Texas as ti requiring an effective liniment. Ih'cii tliimiusniy rcTlsrilHiiil cnlart:iil, uiiilrr the Miprnliton of 'onli I'm ter, health resort. LAWSON RENO, Cashlor. !.!., M.. ll.,irVnlnl'nlterKltr, nml n No other application compares with it in efficacy H. Rogers attended the RepubliJ u ilKllli(;nlliliiK tlllr, lirnm tho iiiiino can Convention at Leitetilield Monday. WEBSTER'S n This International Dictionary. remedy has stood the test of Our school seems to be prospering Tho Ytink iif irUloii ticciiiiii'il otor tFiicurii, imirn thniu'. liiiiidrnl nlltit-liunder the care of Rev. Mr. Hampyears, almost generations. Inborn hfiurmniilofMl.nnil iitit ton. He taught our public school ts:)(l(l.()l)i I'xpi illicit licforo tho first copy nnhiirlutrit. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of here last fall and seems to be well paSOLD OY ALL CCOKSCLLCRS. tronized during the spring term. P.ini.Mn n.t tuo ii. t:.e pulJMii'ii. Mustang Liniment. Cale Crawford, since returning Cniitlnti N nvcilril in piirili.t'iiu; n lite Ki'iintjf f fill ob-position lit Imlorni Iroin Texn, has accepted a Occasions arise for its use almost every day. Mi' nml I'limpiimlri'ly niilil'i ulitlon it Ilnrned Bros. & Co's. store. WiliMcrnio Ih'Imk ni.ii kfii'il iiinKr (nrlciit, c ftcii y mlsropi of i.tntlon. nml The stavo business seems to be All druggists and dealers have it GET THE BEST. booming, and I believe they command 'Ii.. International, ulilcli lor Imprint cf :. & C. HKKltlAlt & CO.. I'lilillkhen, reasonably gooil prices. SprtiiKtli'lil. ?Iau l S. A. Wishing your paper success I will quit making readers so tired. Quii.i, Dittvr.it. I .', " ! vl- -f , I' Sran c Piir.stiiis S ire lirnlin iliun I nm uMTiuirk or liouschoM Ctnrrh Cured, hralth and sweet CKNTKAL CITV, KY ctw ijrUti!i Iron Hittt'r.s breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh 1x111111111 the nlili il lu'vition, ntiuivrt ex. tor Remedy. Price "i0 cts. Nasal R. R. rVXT0N, PROPRiftTOR. ctssof IjIIc. iiii'liurcsinulttilu. Gctlliuti-iiuliio- . W. (iriffin & llro. fre at Has jtii-- t been repaired ami newly fnnii-lici- l, I.neatrd clo-- e to JVjHit. EmbodiesEver ('Desirable Improvement A Pio Exposition. CJivt' Gooil iiiciili Feb. 22. -- Thinking that nune one I of your many readers would liko to ' In accordance, with tho provisions hear from our little coiner, thought I would write u rhort letter, mid let of the call Nsued by tho State Con hereby such know that we now iiml then tral Committee .Ian. 2Hlh, call a district convention to meet at give a thought to the days of "Anld Kli.abeihtown Tuesday, March 20, Laujj .Suie," nnd are looking hope1SU2, for the purpose of selecting fully forward to the future. two delegates and two alternate del-gato represent the ttli CongressThe recent ruins have enabled many ot our farmers to deliver their to- ional district in the National Republican Convention which meetsnt .MiMessrs. bacco. Ilillio and Hymn nneapolis Juno 7th; to select district Johnson finMied deliveiing their crop officers of the State Convention and of neatly six thousand pounds lnt to transact such other business as week. Many nro preparing plant-bed- s mav be presented. Tho various County Committees for n new crop. Owing to unfavorable weather the will call County 'Conventions to select delegates for the district Conprayer meeting Saturday night was vention, and will proceed in manner not largely attended. and form prescribed in tho rdl reRev. Leitehtield, pastor ot the M. cently issued by tho State Central E. Church in l'aradi.-e- , is lioding a Committee. Each county will bo entitled to scries of meetings with that church. Many fnnn Hopewell are attending one vote for every 100 otes, or fraction over 30 votes cast for Presthe meeting. ident Harrison in 1SSS. Elbert 1 1 mil ey visited Epinity C. M. Haiiniiit, Saturday, returning Sunday. Ch'in'n 4th Cong. Dit. Rep. Com. Mrs, Gen, Gholson, who has been According to the basis given above visiting relatives in ihia section for the counties of the district will be en-t- i tied to the following representation: several weeks, returned to her home 4 B tec ken ridge. . . 18 Hiillilt in Illinois last week. 12 13 (irceti Ciiuyon I'ncle Hillie Coleman, who has Hardin 13 14 Hart 7 Marion 10 been juite sick, U able to bo out. Larue 11 I! Nelson Mr. McDaniel convalescent after Meade 8 Ohii 22 Taylor a seveie attack of bronchitis. ipyte 14. Washington La grippe, has no favorites, but gives to each a beat ty grasp; but tew WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 have escaped him in our section. CAM, UN Editor, the RnrnucAN of Mers. Tan. 13th was one of the lie.--t utitii- hers of your paper that I have ever 'pad. I lionc Illill u tM'iv li'ivn inniiv ' 1 tes HOPEWELL. I Attontloa, Republicans of UlO 4tll CoUgrCSESionnl Distriot. Pi FITT iiiMffsitMeiJsi:itmfisiiiMciiteiriii&?iiiiii'"lftt IAY-EYE-8- EE r 3iTTM l. fay j "V qwjiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I'limnmmmMmwmmmmmimmrrrnamW.imKmmmmmmmun ., ,s,' - .. Mil. cMiiy-titf-H'cl- t' .1. Ii I . . ..... l, irvkwiH i of inn jiNirt tUiiulln.', Irum wltlitliuoiiililluntluiiaor . ... ...i . ...... i lirilli HOIIIO " lliui.nrj imi'.... ilic. i h u"ru tr.Miit!5 iiaril, ll'i ucila tuif.. I.iituli . MM ulil I Illy, 5 1 1 bel preparation I lm o c tr tinnl nr hoard S 5 heartily rmimiiiciul It to nil llornincu." HWimr Immlmhcsuth tetttmontah. Initio 1 PINN'S c. j QiNTHfJEPiT. j it jmi if. A Irln,9t..iaiicrlinlltr. Aslt yourilraMlitfnrll. IMio sianiwi'rurr, iiiriiiiiiwiix. ilji lint Ktll AV. II. iJliifV & CO., Wlillcliull.A. k. KUjlitCp Itiuait uabk. iiiiiiiii t!i:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiini M'n.lll-- taniffH: 1 "Seeirig is Believing." Ami a good lamp wwMm $m must be simple; when it is not simple it i3 Jfraulifitl, Good these l,isr not good. Sinif-lewonis mean muchi, but to ste ' lie Kochester " yfe&jCff) will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal. tz&&&y touqh ami seamless nnd made ill tnrcc tn'eccs or.Iv.fS-Sv'- j fS5:'v it is absolutely saeaxul unbrtiiLible. Li'.e Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wondcrml lamp." A r r.s mar- - ,j?:?i5v velous light is purer and brighter t ian gas li0ht, CJ31CS' softer than electric light and more cheerful than ci.hcr. I.ofik fortliiftamp TiinRncnrstrR. Ifthclniticlcilcrhnn't t:i5n',nii'Te Hoelu' tir nail fie ttle ci ant. cuJ to I ( r our n w I i tr t. I rjt.1l.' jour thou, ti t .r '.,,.,J anl e will ctnl nu a l nip iaflv bv ivi , 1 (j ,fMv Jgu fbt fn VLMIS1LI IL well satisfied m Otv - . --t-- Soap Ai i Isllje Best UuNDRYSoAPintlje World &rid J use it in 6,11 iry fcs)iiii &nd clening.-"TjJoi'oNL- yy Mire.. jl.iA.IAIHHANKOcLO. ST. LOUIS. o,. r J ensibkWambn. ,CERS KEEP IT. - TiSo Rochest TI3S: TWE3EK.LY si EMS! iifiiillii IS THE ONLY , C.Theo.Cain, m lam unrs iMil rslr or. n I ltr n fall n 1THMSIIHI) IN TI!K Id CONGRESSIONAL Q1STRIGT $. ARK V0I! A I H. E. on Clark, 8UB8CRIBKR? IF NOT ULOHK I'lMNTIXU TO.. J I SUBSCRIBE ISiiLViJ ' at once! ..,,,. i ' U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. IE $ ers a vy Merchants alty, interest paid time deposits. licits your business 2TS,COO. $AccoihiS of Farmr Mexican Mustang Linim o . YOilJ JOB WORK T And it will receive tJg, Prompt I -tteaatioin-. -A- A Cure for the Ailments of Respect fully, and Beast. BARMETT i n & : ROGERS. ':i:Hr2jsr",acrsai c s a Q.i a .7S,. u:: z lkljii.l I.iiii..' tliat ll lit lM'(iti-;l- i ittii!.ij;-f-rii9- a thi't,; Aio vim uuati'lli it it nttcnfnsti'iis'on Uh'm liins.nnil far tiKMiftcn inn-- , iiitoCiiiitn.niitinn nml, (iiil-in lJi'.ttliV 1'i'OjiIo miITimiiik fnnn Ahtluii:i.a liioncliitw. riiL'tnnuui.i nnd Coiistiiniitiuii will tell you that m sin well-know- oil. MtWcIxwik ul "ST STARTED WITH A GOLD.": v . mrm, ('., i with n "for I (jiipstion tho pvatort of nil" r.Mixiern KcintMiics.' it win htojiu miiikiiihoiu1 niKiit. Jt will fluvk n ( olil in" JJailiiy U willpierntC'ront, uliivu A thtiia nml fiirpCoii-niinptioif "in tinir, " You enn't niTonl tolm without it " ACuvtit Ixiitloniavfavn x.iuo PSKIUt'i Dortor'slilIN t for ft, t r inaywivo joiirllfi', Ask vour .nti Ill UV t Ilroa way, .NVw Vor!;. furlM(l II I loul.l.U pi "t ii a c ti nd a a m c s n i: c.i ii r c r. ii ii 3 s a i. in- t tii!.-rn- " DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY' CoiikIii, CoUh nnd ronstitnptinn licynnil (hiii Can you niTonl to ncult'ct it? Can vnu tnilna bo hortous :i matter '( Are vou n ai'o that i i HS11Kaiv'(( Commercial Hold. yy -- .. . ..t:... - . i 7ofiTJ.aa5ssagaabg5ros: iui i ; feJpaBOCTOR TAYLORS '. elfBEST. w raCHSltSflf FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL URE MO. X. V. I'M ManyExclusivelyItsOwn. X A The greatest pie display of which history tells us took place in 1509 at dinner given niter the funeral of Albrecht IV., king of Bavaria, at the royal palace in Munich. There were seven great pies upon the table, representing the seven ages of the world. The firt pie was made of apples. It represented Adam mid Kve, the tive of knowledge, the snake and tlu apple. The pictures were made npou the criift with confections id' sugar and iiliiioncU. Another pie was made of doves and b'lie a woudeiful jcprcseutat'mn of Noah's ark in its center, while round the edge were placed figures of every created thing. A key went with this pio in order that it might be determined what these figures were , intended to represent. Upon the crust of these wonderful pastries appeared the tableaux of Abraham sacrificing Isaac, David slay-in- ; Ciolinh.tho ravens feeding Klijali, Sanis'in tearing open the jaws of tho lion, and tho last ami most wonderful of nil tho pics, when opened, was found to contain four living birds.- which all began to sing. In his cookbook, entitled "Kpulario," is a recipe bended: "How to make pics that the birds may be alive in them, mid fly out singing when it is cut up." Possibly Shis is the origin of old rhymes "When the pie was opened the, birds i. ...; ... sing. (' HanWe. Flegantly Finished 'l I i SEE OUR Ii II H i r PsgSi "Twi i ) sm fULLYSNTED itatiial. Aildiuiy, AUijvillr, Uedn, Ky t fIVEYEARS HGENT0R HTfTBlrlLM J ll Duris ,1iw Mngijin Jaicm A' jojix jwjYiom.u-:Tlio Mont Sarccimrul Itfmcdy ever illecoy. ricd, as It Ii certain In Its meets anj ilw.3 uot blliltr. IloaJ jiroof U'low t CENTS , MALARIAL DISORDERS. FOR SALE BY All ' " " jPREPAeBYRICH,y-TAYi-,C- f, UE9G2HKtXE'G2S5EKX:r; DRUGGISTS. MED.CO. ST.l.OUIS TtrTr-fi iy il J:T1 . 3 IKK U , A LIVE A0E.NT WANTED IN EVERY TOWN .W.ii Braver ham lll'J Clifly, TCox. II' ttfaulvwhip 1) lh I Troiii'iil IIU'I IS nml foiilii'llomrln.. ni:i,i:ii i.s Owensboro, Ky. F llamm ,S' Kendall's Spavin Cure. C.u n. . . I"'""l'"UtlialIliarocur-iltli'follolniJIcniiMr - Adjustable Extension Stand. Clmhim, " Oi'i'ijivtlr, ' Cenln tmrn T I'ntrl. ', I! IHHJ . .. r, " Ctiii'iii, " Oeiilml City Civumrll, " " Erhmn, Fmdiville, " ftmlth lh n ry Tinrliy. S ll lliflmp Si liiii I, Sti emu IK I) ,1 DiiiH-tt- K- BROWN'S MGV DI'iTEltu Joint Iiatnrnma.Sllllo ni'laMn n hu I HI .11 mflfa ! I. Mula. lillloiiiiiC'i, l' l.'urcfc am wurklng im llliixlohit out Iiml. rla, Keriiukiicii. ntiJ flciiornl Iiclilllly. !"! iuiirnfN4unitnlllciirailint nil with Kendall's iMvlnuiira. It U tlio host Liniment for manor It. Allilcal'.rs wll It. riconinit.i.il l( .nt I lim oprir ti !. I rtviMiiiiirml It tu all home luntraiic murk nml croseilrcillluu'ioiiraiiK.'r. pMrjiors. iinrrrs tli it I luvo irkil nn ure valuable, I'llt wltliout juiirl.liiliiii'iitMouhi l.i'xnjrlhlrn. I ' hio frlemls whu Iiu ItThovsoy It l for Hiiraln anil iiul in. ihilx't UitNr iHjiurunu. vuursiruiy, t. u. a. wtLLS. 1 In.llm-Ui)ii- . 1 I.lTTLB Rock, Ark., Aug. S6, W. J. iTviidau. Co. (louts It Is vrltli the KrmtMt rnthfacllnn that I : Oeilera From Stage tended to. .1 I'uimjitlya "lly l3SteT - i HI) Fh , , Smith. I I I Lh ,. te Jseaneh lAVermore, " Litchfield, ,, o l(i)l. " " Sttnili i I'm: HhImi A Miter Kendall's Spavin ' Cure. 31, 1589. sp !" ! fjt ,,.,, Awu;l IV Shy. " Millwood, " Mcllenry, " hu.Uville, Morgantown, " Mayan , CM Print!, " Pleasant Ridge Point Pliasant v Prmllitmi . Sol Smith. CJ Lmeton. W S Taylor, Jiutlutm . A' F M Taylor. . n. J. irriniu. ca, Kuoiiiuruh Fuii, vt.t .('iiiU-I- .i tho irnrldlllreatrdwlth Krndall'i ?.liiCnriinHommpmliiiif wveiijrariMaiHl. III. ...... ,j (tinu h. .11 ......:. UIIU h.nr Ulil In.h.nj I.. . VI, H ....... ..I... .1.. Kiipbil tho lanii.iK'ni rtinl rumuveil tlie incut. Have iir'icl llm vi'ry liant t K'i'.nn nrvr li.iv tti'mn any laniifneia neliber cuu 1 too ntiy illircroucu la tU !(' or tho linrlt. Mono Viiw, Colo., Dec. toiu i'ir MtJOME, 1paws1,oa 13 THE BEST. CP. 0RjiiKiE,t1rJ3 i&JfCW H0M( SIMM IS UNION JQUHBt.M.r. II UN nUI ATI tHTK bJI. For Cataloguo and Pricos, writo tho Manufacturers, Youri truly, F. U. COULI1V. Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., anusTt. II P 7'rle $t prr bottle, op sis Imlllel for $3. All ililltl'jl'lt Intra it or can utt It for fon, or t tvlll la tent to any nil' rfre on rtotlpt ofjtrlro by the projirlt DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburoh Falls, Vormo"? I Mitt KOR SALB BY "? JACKSON, MICHIGAN. U.S.A. S W A Daniel Render. Agents Wanted! II. A. LOZKIIill&CO,, Wliolt'Mtlo Doaleiv, g V3r I7m fVW)k BUnil. Vltalf klnn.l ltl..Oi...J ill ;S " " " Jfotine, Jiolxml, " " Select, Roekport, Rochester, Ii dcorgr. Maddox A F Stanley 11 Wedding Evnene Anil L Jfogers Necdlni a tonic or children that want building tip, ilinuli! take IlItOW.N's I HON 111TTE11S. It Is ileannt in Hike, I'lircs Malaria, lurilgc. Uoti, nmt llillousncM. .Ml ilcalcm keep It. , LADIES CLEVELAND, O. .'Mil Stipeiior VOl .St. Haft?hKtofe '!S' Summit, " WA Jkiex Happy and content Is a home with " The Kr Chester ; a lamp vilh the light of the morning. Ctjloi;ue,wtlle Kochcilcr Lamp Co., NewYork. Iron lllttrrs. l'n llroivn'i.ruciiminciii) It, riiTslclmii All doalcri IIYHl'KI'SIA ( ,. Jl. lilMWJ'JTT, Proprietor, (CjiSlST price paid for country produce. jnghesl Good. Passenger accommodations. Same old. price, rich and. poor $1.00 each way. ited. , isr FROM BEDA TO 0WENSB0R0.3 Your patronage solic. . for kup It. tl per hottle. Ocnulne Wtf.