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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERXS-"SI.2- 5 fir Asian, la Aiunct. $1.25 per year. wo. VOL. IV. LIFE'S AFTERNOO? . HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1892. Usui', (Jod ami Satan are rivals for your service. Kach is intent on sue-esEach hns helpers in the strng-g- 'o for victory. .Saints on earth and angles in heaven arc God's allies. Vicious men and demons servo Satan, each f.fleis rewards, neither few nor nor scant. With oiu, the service is honorable nnd in goodly company. Willi the other, the work is base and the associations mean, yet vico allures. Boys turn away from it, be not deceived, God is not mocked, whatsoever u man sows that shall he also reap. While the good people of Hartford, arc waging war against the Blind Tiger, I would bo glad to know whether or not traius, steam boats and common carriers have the right to dump the liquor damnation down in the counties and towns which have unrepealed local optiou laws, without let or hindcrancc, if not nmj redly the U. S. Marhalls ought to be able to do valuable service in this county. Farmers were busy last week sowing oats and delivering their tobacco. The health of our community is good so far as I know. Success to the Ki:puiimoan anil everybody else who have the moral courage to stand for good government, decency nnd bobnety, ngainst drunk-liesperjury and every other crime. T. ", a NO. 32. of W iSEfl State Directory Governor l.teiiti niiit lotamor 8iTflut) ofWale Attorney lieneral Aiulitor Treasurer WASHINGTON NEWS. J. W. V. Brown M. C, Alford lleadley '' C Norman 1. 12. J. Hetitlrick Henry Hate II. Hwango Denr heart, then luy your liiiml In nunc, We'll travel honm together. We'vo pledged our love in life's rare wine, Somo Good Paragraphs From tho Groat Capital. Hpi-cl- Cniri-apui- i RigMerof Land Office Adjutant tlencral Bii.l. Public Instruction Cldk Public Printer A.J. (lro !' Thomson . We'vo had some days almost divine, Some clouds nnd stormy weather. When first wo lince pi the Ulrinlii'Ai. lAticiiJ 4,1181)2. Addiitna K I'olk Johimcti joined our eager feet covzT'S'sr s:nB:35H7. Ciri'iilt Court runvrm-- tin- - sill Monday in May and NuvcihIht. M l.ilie Judge Noe Commonwealth's Altorae) O llardwlck t'lirk J l' Barrett t'oiaaaisaiuner Judge Attorney We eiuig n sadder chorus, Wc scarce took time our hope to greet, We rushed our joy in haste to meet The world of care licfore ii. But now, dear heart, your mine, hand in We'll trudge along together. J .!' "t'V'n We Mill have draughts of life's rare bi.din llrtk,,, ltowan 1st Monday '..V'"1 January, wine, jHtlrr Coiirtconvrnealhe In each month In ;'f!,(.:Tlor I I' lomaun Court convenes lli "trd Monday April, Jul) awl o tuber. And yet some days almost divine, While we have left far, far behind The clouds mid stormy weather. ' Excltangc. Court begins (he IkI Monday In Octolier and Jiiiitmr). Justice's niurU held In M iri.li, Jiiur, September iik namea. mil I Hi t'lnln r, as 't r date rt Tiirnrr, ft, i.i, Mi'Klml c. 4. J. .). J. l M'kli. W liijli constable. m. sii'un, is. r. K.noll, H, ic,14.16.14. It, K.f. Court at Claims. "PUBLiTVoRALS" Some . :jsr:cE'o eoTrxrre. oiiih i, ij Graphically Told. Pertinent Truths T. II. IM.liiW e. romitiiLi. i(J U.uti.is. Milt, r, Payne euslahle. (Perry Bennett, 7, . ii 7. iir, i, I, I. I. ), i, .', i. i .. T. (nil (M V I tt i It 'I lleml v, w. v, I'll) lor constable. I, Kiilkereon, U, H. H. II. II. II. I. Woodward, llieo W Howe 'onstahle. Thih. iW r Mrr, ic, a, I'M It Autry, 11,1b, V.D. a, t'OUDlHl'le. i. roller PuiMotLt. marshal . C'ourla. H Hevt D.-- JJ lllalshiil. N Mil hell, Judge; C Daniel, Judge; 1. II l W Taylor, Daniel, J W F.iiHiiiii.- -J lUarman.-- A niHikliHl. Divldaoiijiilgi-- ; JeaA Boiling, llaird, Judge; I' Tliomaa, liialshat, Ratai-nat- I.,..lr.-- (i ikiuti4l. Klrkls Itfid, jiiditi'. (,' Ciuadi-r- , juiKo; Ullirr t'oanly -- Offlfprn. Jo J t hcol Cmoiitr Ai'MirMiprrirlrniiriii., si2-3c-s- iililj.ir 0 J II W II W Wllnon Parrot! Hnri-ra llradlrj M. arvinid Hatur-da- ) and Mindajr. rirr Vundn) Si. Clrmaii, l'alor. illumine alonMnck. Uht. J. fourth '. I". 'lnirch. rtwn flri--t and9 o'llotk at tfuti.U in raoh mnntli falilattli-aolioo- l r fimd (. II. MclKinal iiioruuig. i, r) sun. M. K. Chiirrh, tmil.)-Srti- .'M ai a. a. Jaliiiirtllli2 and nifht. NUiiatii-cnoo- i r. RrT.lhta, I1) ilea. -i-n llnha llnnllat.ami niiilit. HaMwth-arhoo-flrKt and l 111. none third atto'rha-- a. a. Ilt. J. J. Hf ininn I'atlor. Du'tlmk rtir I'alr.l'aKlnr. Luithlimdjiv vrezioaxsr. third and r. I'liiircli.SoiUU.-Ki'rtl- cr at l in iidi inimlh SaMitli-clnoMinda) iiiiirniiiii. itrf. K. K, Iliinllal I'hnrrli. ''rtioi-hallatli-olioo- l !. l'. gWBg hctwi:i:n LOUISVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, TO ritOM AM I.OVIMVII.M2,!KJII,lim,VirKHBHRJ IIATO. ll(MJi:,nnd SEW ORI.KAMT, tilt llcniplila. The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND lltOM Nuw York J'liil'ii'fliililn llaltlmore .Nnl folk Olil I'ulllt L'otntort Itii'liiimiiil Tuli-- Bastorn and Northeastern Points CliicK lmllnnnioll Cincinnati l.iuiillo lliifl'iiln Clcvoliind and Miintililh ViekatmrR Hilton itoiiRt Nw Orlcunr Hnbilf l.lltlc Hock Hot SirinK ami .lnu in VelTnn-o- u To I ns ArkniiaHi Mlmil'ii J.natiinnn nrjil the South and HOUTllUKST. thoroughly equipped and in condition, and iirovidosan excel-len- t nrratijenicnt in time nnd throuh can A raATum is thatinia and conrenience leoured by tho Limited Exprcsi Tralni. Only a KionT'a ridk between IouUTllle tho lest and quickest and MempliU, sirvice between llio two citiosever offered. Thalito li (rVt-cbi- Tirkfla,Tnnf-Tbl- f (Ian l Affriif nt W,B,Froa.T.B'l Pan. A!t..Lo.ii.ill., Brtr lmu, or by BilJhiK to W. F. MJII1 and all df aired informa. It. I.OIIINVII.I.I2, HT. I.OUIN A TEX. R. R. lo.wille. BCIIKDUI.K St, Lo.ii & Teiu ailnj, IN KKKKCT NHV.l, 1MI. N.o.51, 1 hilly. WiriUUINl. lit. l,oulYill Weal Point UraiHleiilMirK 7. No. 3, Dally. a. in. Ml a. m. a p. m. 7;.M p. m lmiutton strpli, iiwit Uorrrport 'l,e'lsort llaaearille Otfrnloro spotliiillu Ar. Ilendeiani ,KA8T HOUND. a. in, .07 p. in. ll.Hn. ni, 8J7p. ni. Hi.il n. in, U.2I p. m. 10.11 a.m. 0,10 p. ni. 11:11 a. in. 10 10 p. in. IliMa. ni. lO.Mp.in. li: 16 p. m. 11:11 p. m. luU p. in. ll.oS p ni. l:i.' p. ni. UJOa.m. No. M, The agitation which is Stirling the very depth of society in Hartford does not present political, but moral issues. Its appeal, thcrforc, u not to political, but (o moral The design of this agitation is, therefore, to vindicate, and establish u better and more healthy state of morality, than has pervailcd in our midst for the last several mouths. It w the veriebt twaddle on the part of those uho deny that the evils complained of by the friends of "law and order" exist, for the demoralisation has been open, disgraceful and insulting to every feeling and sentiment of morality aud religion, insomuch, that he who says it does not cxitt, is either himi-cl- f grossly and inexcusably ignorant or morally corrupt, anil wilfully faNe. Has there been no disorder, no profanity, no drunken carousals on our Has not the peace and quiet streets? of our streets, our people, and our homes been disturbed ami hiokcn both day aud night, have not lada'.-bee- n alarmed, and widow's homes invaded at the midnight hours by the victims of an illegal liquor traffic c in our midt in violation laws. And when was there an airest in Hartford any disnrdly conduct whatever? Has there not been raids, riots, fightand ing, cutting, shooting, turbulence, both by day aud night, aud yet, no ono nrrested or tried lor any of these misdemeanors, unle haply, some poor ignorant negro perchance got into a row, who was forthwith arraigned, triod and fined without mercy, and yet, we are told by tho;c whose business it is to find out what is going on that Hartford is one of the best governed towns in the .State. Has not the law been again and again flagrantly violated on our streets, aud in the presence, aud before the eyes of our oflicers, wlio-biiciness it is to preservu peace and order, and who needed no nllidavits in order to do their duly, and have they not turned and walked olfin another direction without an eflbrt to enforce the laws. These same things that have so the morals seic of the orderly and moral people of the town as to provoke them to take matters into their own hands and demand the execution of law. We regret that the denials of tho cxistancc of this state of affairs by those who cither favor such things, or seek to cover up such infamy, make it necessary to publish these facts, but let the truth bo told, though the heavens falls. We fain would throw the mantle of charity over all the faults of tho town nnd county government, and wchave long practiced this charity, but alas! it has ceased to bo a virtne, inasmuch as wo ate compelled either to abandon the cause of good morals, or elso mako open war, on the sources nnd causes of the evils that nlllict us as n social, civil morald nnd religious people. And now we call upon the friends of law, order, virtue, morality and civility, to rally and give their outspoken support to the reformation that is proposed to bo achieved by tho agitatiou that now engages the attention of our people. Wo wnii,t no negntive, or concealed help in this matter. We want open, positive, feailess Mipport of the right u-out-rage- d fiaK-hear- ted aR NASAI. INJEOTOIt'iroe with y. each liottluof Shilob's Catarrh A Hem-ed- l'rico Til) cents. Wayne Griffin & Uro. IM'ilHlrrCityTiibuiii-l- Sold by 'A. Doa't Forgot It. , Hunt' forgot the McKinlcy bill still is houily vindicating the Tne Tribune is perProtection fectly aware that the campaign of 18111 is over, but aUo calculates to do work occasiouly. a little I'nr instance, it rises to remark that one year and ago cverv free initio organ in America wai daily prognoiticating that the iniquitous McKinlcy tariff law would destroy American commerce. What docs the present situation show to us? That our foreign tiade, for the year ending December 111, 18110, counting both imports and exports amounted to 1,417,1721,421. For the year 18111 it was 1,808,818,1)28. Net gain for Uncle Sam of .'181 ,4G,."87 in inst twelve months. live, and Byi-tc- Representatives of more than 300 of the largest lumber firm in the UnitMomoriam. ed States met here this week to protest Died at her home near Haitford, against the passage of the Bill plac Feb. 12, 181)2, Sarah E. Moseley, the ing lumber on the free Hit. A resoluwife of Itobott U. Moeley, the daughtion was unanimously adopted recit ter of John T. and Mary Davis, near ing that the lumber industry is the Cromwell, Ky. She leaves n husband largest single industry iu America, emand three children to mourn her loss. ploying more than any other; that, She died fully truting in Jesus. Just owing to the peculiar interests of the a few hours before her death she call- lumber industry the formation of ed her husband and children to her trusts, aud combines other organizaHolding and told them good-bye- . tions injurious to the cousumers are her husband by the hand she said: the Amerinot possible; that, "Bobert, prepare to meet mo in heavcan Tariff is the only protection which en." Said she was willing to die and the country hns against absolute ruin; was going homo to died no more. that, this Tarill, if removed, would Sisters bo ready to meet your sister mean the success of Canadian interin henveii; brothers ate you prepared ests, and the price of Canadian stump-agto meet your sister? Just one month won Id be increased, net lowered, bedim Emma's death her littio baby, anil tho import duties now part of the Ulyssus, a few months old, departed revenue of this country would bo this life. Tho family liavo our sym- lost; that, the question, therefore, is pathy. Mourn not as those who whether tho lumber resources of Cahave mi hope. nada shall be developed, or the Miw. J. B. Sandukfuii. FOB DYSPEPSIA and Liror t'onqilkint you liuvo a printed iruar-nii'- ee on overy bottlo of Sliiloh's It novor fails to euro. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Vi-talior. r. Senator Gorman is credited with having originated ft new scheme, having for its object the capture of the Presidency by thoDeinocrats. It being already apparent that in a square fight between the Republican and Democratic parties, the chances of success are largely hi favor of the Republican party, the Democratic bosses have been cudgelling their brains to hatch up somo underhanded method of aiding theirnarty. Mr.Gorman has found that method, or thinks lie has. The scheme is to give the electoral votes of four or fivo of the Noithwesteru States to the People's Party, whieh would, according to the calculations made, throw the election of President into the House and of Vico President into the Senate.giving the Democrats the Presideut nnd the the' Vice President. Republicans The details of the scheme aro very shrewd this exposure may cause a change iu them, the intention being to keep the whole thing iu the hands of n few men, sworn is Fecrecy, in each of the States selected until election day. The usual process of selecting Democrntic'tolectors is to be gone through with, in order to blind the Republicans; but on election day the Democratic tickets are to con-lai- n only tho names of tho electors of the People's party. This is a nice little scheme to capture the votes of Rcpiiclican members of the Farmer's Alliance for tho Democratic party, but now that it has become known it is not probably that many Republicans will bo caught. Three thousand men and women, having influence, direct and indirect, with probably one million voles, enrolled in rauks of the various labor organization of the country, or cintiollcd by the newspapers with which many of them are or have been connected, are anxiously waiting to see whether Democratic parsimony is to keep their lives and health in danger to which they arc now exposed by refusing to provide for n new Government Printing Office building. The three thousad men and women are tho employes', compelled to risk their health aud lives in the preseut building in order to earn a livelihood for themselves and family. eating, nnd making everything pleasant for the teacher and visiting friends. After which we were called in to enjoy tho closing exercises in the evening. Tho pieces were few but very intcrtaining, they closed with a sweet good bye to ilie teacher and scii i.)!. It was sung by seven girls. Wc have had an interesting school from the first, as this is a new district. Mrs Wedding has taught us a good school and has made many friends in this neighborhood aud gained honor to herself as a teacher in her kind and pleasant ways, though she was firm in her school, still she always greeted us with her smiles and help" ins; hand. We regret giving her up to go back to her home at Horton,and wish to have her for our teacher A. and M. again. in SHILOH'S CATARRH Remedy. A positive cure for Catarrh, DiphSold by theria and Canker-Mout- h. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. aaT Hfi Dr. Fenner's Capitol Bitturs elevates all the vital functions giving appetite and strength. A full dose relieves pain and produces sleep at night. For old people, women, invalids, and to ward of disease. H2 4t For sale by L. B. Boan. ail ai WHY WILL YOU cough when Sliiloh's Cure will give c immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50cts., and 11. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. BEAVER DAM. March 2. As I have not seen anything in your paper from this place I thought I would write you few lines regarding tho happenings about this place. Farmers are busy about their spring work, some oats sown on up land. Mr. Eddie Barnes has been confined to his room for several days. Mrs. Jessie Mosely is on the sick list, but she is slowly improving. J. M. Leach's son, Owen, happened to quite a serious accident a few days ago. While using an ax, the nx glanced and split his foot open. He is resting as well as could be expected. Miss Mnttie Chmn, of Beda, is visiting friends in this neighborhood, Tho school at this place is moving along very pleasautly with S. C. Stevens as principal and J. Burch ly, Deanfield. Mrs. J. S. Coleman PROFESSIONAL CARD. Hartford, spent last week with Ed-wi- n ISo-her daughter, Miss Sallio. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rev. James Bristow and Rev. Burch aio conducting a protracted HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. meeting in Deanfield. J.i. n. wronivo. Ja. .ct.raN. The interest seems to be growing, 6s "Wed-dingr- , and it is thought that many will be induced to turn from the vice and HARTFORD, KY. folly of their way, nnd accept sal(Office, oter Andrraon'a llatnnr.) Will practice their profoaiiionlualltha court. I vation and henceforth try the life of Ohio And adjoialntf countica, nnd court or Appeals. a Christian. Special attention ptf n tn criminal practice and vlintfly collection. We most sincerely trust this meet7az3Q.es -- u. ing will go on and on until none are left in the hand of the demoralizing Satan. HARTFORD, KY. Martha's Quilting will occur Will practice h!a profession in Ohio and aihnla-In- g in a few days. The ladies arc to be counties, nnd the court of Appeals, hpctia attention given to collections. dressed in Martha Washington Office north side public square. t2 TIt gentlemen arriving at high noon. Quilting begins 1:30 p.m. DinB. D. niNGO. E. D. OUFFY. ner will be served 3:30 p. m. Arrangements are beiug made to have a nice entertainment, very like those that Will practice In all courts of were supposed to have been given in counties, and in Superior CourtOhio .And adjoiningand Court of ApCollections and the days of Washington's mother. o. Office, No. 9, orer all legal buaineas attended Anderson's Ilautar, Hartri "ly It has not yet been decided just where ford, Ky. this quilting will be held. Miss "Somebody" living in a little at law, Hamlet, close by, got married a few days since. The said young lady has a sister much younger than herself, who was, also, inclined to 13. 13. matrimony, the parents of the young sister serious'y objected to the young, er sister's affiances Ou the night after (Office in Crowdor Building.) the wedding day of the oldest, and far Will practicn his profession In all the courts of into the night, when all was quiet and Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notary T2n'.'2ly Pfabllc slumbering, save the sighing of the cheerless March winds, our younger 2s&m sister, dressed in the wedding apparel ATTORNEY AT LAW, of her sister and went out to meet her loved one, and in a few hours they Will practice hit profelon In ail tho Courts sf were happily married in Rockport, Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Iud. Nameloc. Appeals. Special attention Klren to collection. J. - G-lenx- i. Sxxiitli, Attorney at Law, Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfield umm "Wedding, Attorney at Law, Roaine, !5Ly . L. Keavrin, Hartford, Ky. Office, orer William, Hell A Co'a drugstore. Iu to-d- o THE BEV. GEO. II. TIIAYEH, of Bourbon, Intl., s.iya: "Both myself and wifoowo our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION' OURE." Sold by 'A. Wayno Griffin & Uro. MT. PLEASANT. Feb 2'J. The F. & L. speaking nt this place was largely attended last Satuiday night. The speakers did well, but nin sorry to say sonioof tho boys behaved very badly in the way of hollowing, talking, '"stamping the floor and calling for men to speak. Nettcr Miller niado a short speech, shaming tho boys for their disorderly conduct. Rev. Daughcrty is doing u big work at Select. J. B. Her is sad. His girl has gone rumor says a wedding soon. II. S. B. as against- tho wrong. A Fnii2Ni ok Good - Mohuh. Daily. 7:15 No.M, Dai'y I.r. llrndrraon SpntlMllto tla.i.:'iro I.tniaporl HawMtillo Clorerport Sltplitnaporl Irrinston UrnndrnlmrK Waal Point Ar. I.ouImIIIo a. m. 3; Up. Ml. 7:17o. m. 337 p.m. it il a, in. 4.Mp. in. Ui'Ja.m. e.Mp. in, m. 10 01 . ni. 6 o7 p. la, 10 JO a, m, 0.10 p. ni. M a. m, 7.M p, in, 11:29 a, in, 7.11 p. in. ViM p. m. 1.05 p. ni, 1:00 y, m, M p, m. AllE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dii.iiittss, Feb. 2'J. Hovs. Bell and Morton Loss of Appotito, ollow Skin? Shi-lo- b's Vitnlior is a positive euro. closed a very interesting meeting of & Bro. 16 days duration at this place last Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin CERALVO. .:a. Taalns No, 81 aud No. Sl.maU. connrctlon at Irrlngton (Sunday axcapted) wllli tr.ilns on I.ouli-TillHarlinshurr A WcsUni R. II., fast and nut boaad. For furlhar tnrormatian, addraia II. C, MOHDUK, (it a. Pa'r A't. LoiilSTiltt, Ky. aodWlildctjyKaUtt eared U boat with out vain. Book of par- Ueillanatnt FRER. n u wvit r.irv u n aVAtaABtSktl. Office MX WWUdWn ', Wednesday night, resulting in eleven conversion and quito u number of restorations. Tho meeting was a sig-n- al victory lor God and tho right. Bro. Bell dealt somo sledge hammer blows against tho common vices of our community, and right here it may bo truthfully said tho dovil never had his "jug brigade" in better running order than during said meeting. But I hope tho boya will quit tho business, boys you ore wauled. You say who wants me? h alTbero ' uro rival bidders. ways, good and evil lire pitted in tho March TAYLOR MINES. 1. Tho l.O. G. T. ruvean a largo audience on entertainment "to Iho 27th ult. Tho happiest man in Taylor Mines is I, on Cannon. It is a girl. Mother nnd child doing well. I think wo bavo a Blind Tiger hero. Tho Good Toinplers have n great work to do. Dr. Georgo Smith is a (load shot on a cancer. I will oloso for I guess this will find tho waste basket. Flap dank. lumber interests of this country, particularly of tho Southern and Pacific coast section, bo protected; that, in view of these considerations this con. veution earuestly and rcscctfully protested agaiust tho passage by Congress of any legislation looking to the removal of duty on imported lumber. The Democrats of the House are having a hard time getting their tree trade machine to work. Tho three Bills placing respectfully wool, binding-twine and cotton-ti- es and on the free list, which were reported to the House early in the week, where to have been called up this week, but sickness of Mr. Springer, who wns to have niado the opening speech for free wool, made n change necessary, and it is now statMr. McMillin, who liko'Mr. ed that Mills, is opposed to the Homeopahtic method of nttacking tho McKiulcy tariff law, which is stronger than over eincc its approval by tho Supremo Court, will,by tho irony of fate, make the first speech in favor of what ho is known to bo at heart opposed to. Odd isn't it? a Ite. Just one year from publican will bo inaugurated Presi. dent of the United States. Mark the prediction. It is expected at tho White House that the President will return from his vacation. cotton-bagging to-d- You've tried Dr. Pierce's Favorite j 1S Prescription have you and you are disappointed. The results are not immediate. And did you expect the disease of years to disappear in a week? Put a pinch of time in every dose. You would not call the milk poor because the croam does't rise in an hour? If tliero is no water in it the cream is sure to rise. If there's a possible cure, Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrescripOFFICE OVER RED FRONT tion is sure to effect it, if given a fair trial. You get the one dollar it Is prepared to do all kinds of costs if it don't benefit or cure you. Dental work at reasonable prices. We wish we could give you the Tay'nr as makers' confidence. They show it A. J. SLATON, M. D., Miss Edna Jamas, who is attendby giving the money back again, in all & ing fcohool here, visited her parents cases not benefited, and it'd Formerly of Millwood, now located at l.eitoh-Helnear Cromwell Sunday. surprise you to know how few doloffers his Drofeational services to the people Miss Ophelia Stevens visited friends lars are needed to Urayson and adjoining couaties. Office in keep up the reat McHenry last Friday, returning fund. (the Dr. Haden property.) S31y yesterday. Mild, Gentle, Soothing and heal-- ng Little Misses Mattie aud Ivy Til. SECRET ORDERS. is Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. foul, of Cromwell, visited their aunt, Mrs. J. Will Cooper, the first of the Cures the worst cases permanently. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. 35, Department ef No experimenting. It's "Old Reli- Kentucky, meets at Hartford, Ky.,5econd Saturday week. iu each month at 1 r. . able.!' Twenty--f iveyears of success. S. R. Deut the popular Lite InsurC. M. Bismtt, Captaia. Jit. h. Rows, Sergeant. ance agent has been in our town sevIN AND ABOUT TOWN. eral days. F. W. Pirlle was in TZ. Cr. town yesterday. J. WassGosxiLL Post, No. 8, Department ol After a long silence I again make Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock Charles Hamilton, late of Texas, bold to come to the front. I have r. ., to Leitchfleld, Ky. has returned to our town. I'.S.Bai'ma.Cona. Miss Vadie Austin, while standing for the past two or three weeks been S.A.McSastr.AdJ. "casting" ray eyes in several direcnear the grate yesterday her dress PaiSToa Moaton PostNo4,Departmentof Kencaught fire which would soon have tions, and to say strange sights met tucky, meets every Saturday before the secoad enveloped her, had uot her screams my gaze would but half express it. Sunday at 10 o'clock a. u. in the at J. C. Caianana, P. C. brought help; she escaped with slight I think those who have not yet had Hartford, Ky. J. M. llianop, Adj. their eyes opened to the development burns on ono arm and side of face. Our townsman, J. W. Cooper, will in aud about town, could very easily move in a few days to his farm near have seen a thing or two in the form " of druuken meu(had they only wantC. Cromwell. ed to) on or about the 25th of FebruANOTHER CORRESI'ONDBNT. ary, of couiso one couldn't say that There is some sickness heie. E. P. they had Been anything of the "Blind Barnes, of Hooker & Co., is very Tigers" or the whisky they keep. Oh,' veTo. aw sick, but is some better, also Miss Bottlea Cored Her. VI nol Twas only a little hard cider, or Fannie Barnes, of the same firm, hut Cabboia, la., July, 1889. perhaps the change in the weather I wai suffering 19 years from shock! In my sho is also improving. Uncle Billy bead, so much to that at time I didn't eipect that caused their noses to blossom. Gray is improving. S. L. Mitchell is I took medicines bom many A Bible reading Society has been to rocover. not get soy relief until I took Pastor but did out again. C, P. Church, comorganized at the Koenlg'i Nerve Tonloj the second dosa relieved Our school under the management 8. W.PEOK. posed of the little folks from ten too ma and a bottles oared me. of Mr. Steve Stevens, assisted by NawronT, Ky., February 20, 1881. sixteen years of age, the officers are as For many years I was sickly and very nervMr. Burch Taylor, is progressing ous, so that the least thing would frighten ma, follows: Miss Etta Thomas, Presinicely, with about G5 pupils in atand my sleep was unrefresbing and I was so dent; Miss Moble Kimbley, Vice Prcs weak aa to be unable to do any housework. I tendance. was always and depressed. Nov ident; Miss FUrence Morton, Secreta- everything Is changed. Pastor Koenlg's Nerve The City Dads will put in a new Xtonfe (2 bottles) has hefped me ; I am Ukea new ry; Miss Olive Carson, Assistant Sec- rraon, can work, sleep well and feel contented, pair of stock scales here this week aud retary. Good return this medicine at everyltOIiL. may be exKUUSA tutty a pair of wagon scales. pected from this training tchool. A Valuablo Iloolc en Nervous The Beaver Dam Milling Co. reto I attended a wedding the other LULL DIaouaet sout frco can anv address. alo obtain mil xxr riillonu ceived 1000 bushels of fine wheat the I HLjLj this intxlkiuo freo or cliarze. day. 1 occupied rather an elevated remedy has lieeuprepired bribe Reverend This Soenlg. 27 ult. of fort .Wayne. Ind. since ITS. and by the laowBrepandunderhls position, but 'after all failed to see is about time for tho Beaver It the happy couple. The marriage KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. Dam dancing club to givo another took place iu the parlor of the SaMbrDruntsUBtSlpernotU. O forts, one of their balls, as they know how XavswBlso.wa.19. Q Bottles for 0. hotel, Rev. J. A, Bennett ofto get them up aud have such nice ficiating. times. e I happened to step into our If the Henderson State Line is the other day, a gentleman built, I expect you will want to move just a head of me desired to purchase over here. Jack. ' same envelopes, I arrived just in timo SHILOH'S Cure will immediate- to hear him say: "Give two enve ly roliovoCroup, Whooping Cough lopes for a uickle, don' t,you"? "Yes." nnd Bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wayne "Give roe two stamps with envelopes Obtained, and all I'AMUtT blflALM at tended to for IIQI'KRATK tt:.rS (mi office Griffin & Bro. on 'em," About that timo I retired opposite the I) b Tslcnt Office, and m can et. tain Patents in lew tnnotlisii I Iniac emt'le frnia P. O. to give vent to my mirth. njsiiisoroy. semi uudki.. iutAwiu ft I. ft waif DENTIST: Physician Surgeon, Sons cf Veterans. J. Court-Hous- court-hout- a D fD!l 3r9 w:r; Tn i doc-to- rt, aaa-prf- ai 'Hff Com-meric- post-offic- mm Ocvonie Fattm Offict JETNAVILLE. School Closed. Mrs. Julia A. Wedding's School closed at Vino Hill February 20 with a pleasant day to tho few in attendance. We hud a. nice dinner ou the grouudfor all, and the hour was spent March 3. E. D. Nowton gave quite a swell dance at his home near Zion a few evenings ago, We learn the ladies wore tegular ball dresses and that the gentlemen were iu full evening suits. The music was simply spleudid. Supper wan perfectly grand. The occasion was the celebration of 18th birth Annivers.--y of Mrs Newton. We trust she may have many mote as pleasant birth days as the one justfpiss'cd. Mrs. PrudieGray, Owens-boi- o, spent Feb, 20th, with hor fanv Woodsido farm. Mr. Clarence S. Bate of Harrod's "Your Creek, sends the following: trial box of Quinn's Ointment has pleased me wonderfully. I used it to remove incipient Fistula o f Withers." This is the universal expression of tboso who are using Quinn's Ointment. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 'and 50 cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & HIOTOnt linenliou We advise as lo patent ability flee nf i haite ami we mane t0 IIIAHOS i,n.lss iwKar i.i .sr.iiiKt.ii lefereiifts le Fot cimiliir. advice, Icrinl and actual clients In your own Mste. County. Illy or Town, write to I Tossiemoa. li O- rV It Weakness, Malaria, . lalptUoa and - Twm1. won vmncr. ( anktlr- Far sale by aU dtalan sw In tne aiuisw, Bro. BROWMt IKON BITTKIU AIJfAWAO for ISM Hwudred Keclpea for majt-in- g Contains OneCsusdy cheaply tnd quickly delicious at home. This book I gh a wuy ut dru and general stores. . tzzx&7riaaazr?:srxs:czixj s 'jassaxtamrwrmmm Hartford Republican FnibAY, march n, ruoLisiiKO im. - r.viajy pkiday mousing. fcMI,or" f.'Vii Tin: Yiwt'rr, "'"' ,",i"i,,",f'- most unwelcome citizen ofn town U the innii who never loses an opportunity to say that his is a Ocml town. Tin: Kri'itnucAN is prowl of its corpo of correfponi'entf. They arc ns nble and faithful us thoso of any oth-o- r paper in the State. We highly the efforts of thujc ladies and gentlemen in assisting us to mnkc the paper interesting to all the people of Ohio county, and we hope they will continue in the future, as in the past, to help us gather the county news. Let the nous Iciteis come in. Tin: Democracy claimed thatlleedV ruling, that a man was present when he is in his seat, wns unconstitutional and that the MoKinley Hill, which was pasted under the ruling, tun also unconstitutional. They boasted loud and long that the Supreme Court would declate the whole thing illegal, but the Court has sustained both the ruling and the law, and another Democratic prophecy has gone "where wood-bintwineth." If you wish to be right don't follow Democratic e prediction1). conceives it to be the duty of every lepulablc newspaper to use its influence to repress anil to right public wrongs." Hartford Herald. So it is, but you persistently refuse to do the very thing you say every "reputable newspaper" should do. You refuse to lend your "influence" to "repi ess lawlessness and to light public wrongs." You refuse to utter one word against the Blind Tigers thnt you know exist in Hartford. But it may be that you arc so thoroughly imbued with the deception that the Jcrald is the only reliable newspaper in the county' that you care not how great the difference between your practices and your preaching and that do and say what you will, 'plead false, play the sycophant, the coward, and the prevaricator, or whatever the consciousness of n lack of moral backbone may prompt you to do.you will yet, by virtue of your great importance (?) be looked upon as the reputation of n "reput.i-bl- e newspaper." Herald law-le-sii"well-establishe- d main-tniniu- "It the er for nrngaiuit public nnrnls, for or You cannot against law and order. straddle the issue, the attempt to do so is futile, and in making it you render yourself ridiculous in the eyes of thinking men. One must also either admit ordeny the existence of these evils in Hartford. To say that you do not Know that liquor is sold here when reason and observation, in the absence specific cases, teach you that it is, convicts you atuuee of wilful misstatement or gross and inexcusable ignorance, both of which, arc ulike. incompatible with the dignity of "every reputable newspaper," These violators of law whom tho Jferald seeks to shield have been given nnd will yet be given timo to icpent niid to stop. The citizens of Hartford in muss meeting assembled resolved to conquer by moral suasion if they could, by legal suasion if they must. Tho Herald may under stand that whether it "uses its influence to repress lawlessness and to right public wrongs" or continues to pander and truckle to the Blind Tiger and to condemn tho efforts of citizens to r'ght tbeso"public w rongs," these wrongs will be righted, these Blind Tigers will bo suppressed, these violations ot the law will bo stopped, and the law itself vindicated and made triumphant over its enemies. All of these things can and will be done, not only without the assistance of the ffe.'uld, it it continues to refuse its assistance, but in the, face of its direct opposition either open or disguised. law-abidi- BLISTERED. D. L. Smith Administers Much Noodod Robuko to Tho Hartiord A Car Load Of the old .Reliable Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers just re ceived. Car Jjtmci Hates. Write or call. , W. T.McKENNEY.' BEAVER DAM, KY. Vri11 ; ' t TIST& 'J.1.;1 Herald. OwiiNSitono, Feb. 21), 18!)2. arti-cl- "''r ' ' to the l.th of each nionth. mk guaian- n..ik. ah teed. Puns ,n iu. fi-v- s I sec that Editoiw Ur.ntiu.icAN; tho JIartford Herald tieats my of last week as an editorial and o MlS-- j KATir. COOMW. tnko pleasure in introducing Miss Katie Coombs, the bright young teacher of ihu Primary Department of Hartford College, and regular correspondent to the HiM'UliMCAK. She irt a young lady of rare intelligence, whose beauty virtue and refinement inako her a universal favorite. "Wo WHITESVILLE. Whittsville is on a boom. for two weeks have been crowded with tobacco. The business men are all smiles. Dr. C. Hale, who has been very s!ck, is again on the street. Little Efiie I'ate is very ill. Maich 7. I Thckieets I J. L. Galium has returned Fordvillo. to j HARTFORD'S OUTLOOK. Hartford's business outlook at present is very flattering. She is situated in the heart of a good agricultural region, is surrounded by beds of coal and iroiii and is within easy reach of ns fine timber ns can be found in the State. Slack water navigation is practically assured to Hartford mul perhaps to places farther up the river, thus giving to our merchants the cheapest freights, and releasing them from the burdensome rates which lack of competition now forces them to pay. And this is not all; the prospects for the Henderson State Line grow brighter as the 'days go by, and with this road, Hartford at once assumes a position of moic than ordinary commercial and industrial importance. All the materials necessary to the establishment of machine shops, factories for farming implements, and industries of vaiiou kinds are found in abundance. Why not have these factories? They will bring capital Why here; they will employ labor. let out coal and iron lie untouched in n Why ship the of the eaith? our timber to other markets and then have it shipped back to us lu the shape of plows, wagons, buggies, etc? Why not make these things right here in Hartford? Thus saving our farm-er- a the cost of transportation, giving them a ready market for their surplus products and increasing the price of labor. Let our citizens and business men think of these things, and men of means elsewhere remember that Hartford is by no means a dead town, but on the other hand, is one whose prospects are as bright as those of any other town in this part of the State. bo-oi- W. L. Litsey and F. P. ? Stum, Fotdsville, visited their They went friends heio Sunday. homo by the light of the moon. Thomas Hays has lately moved Into our vicinity. Several new dwellings nre being erected, which will be quite an improvement to our town. Two very interesting schools are being taught here. Tho pub'ic school by Miss Allie Litsey, ami the Catholic school by Miss Mary Mattingly. Mr. Kelly, a very fine photographer, is in our midst, and is producing vcryarlistic work, any sizeorstyle. Now is the time to have your picture " taken. The weddings are over, "Alll'.UA. March 0, '92. The continued wet weather keeps the farmers fiom their early work. The whistle of the new roller mill has enthused new life into most every kind of business. Mr. McClurc, ot this place, has moved to a farm near Horton. .Mr. Thomas Johnson, Mellenry, has moved his family to his property in this town. Miss Flfie Chapman, who taught the Piimary Department in the school nt this place, was in town awhile Saturday evening. Misa Fannie Barnes is able to be out again after several days coufiu- cmeut to her room, Eddie Battles is able to be behind the counter again after several days confinement to his room. Uncle Billy gray is very sick at his home on Main Street. Also Mrs. Delilah Taylor. The people of this vicinity nre pleasant time at the entertainment Saturday night, to bo given by the Masonic fraternity. L. L. Stewart, who is clerking in Mellenry Coal Co's. Store, at Fch-ol- s, smiled on his many friends here Saturday and Sunday. John Chapman niid wife visited Mrs. Chapman's parents, T. A. Stewart and wife, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Baltzell, ot Horton, her duugter, Mrs. John Martin, last Friday, returning yesterday. C. vi-it- beaver" dam. "SINKS." A few more items from this corner. 1 expect the people think we are all dead. The health of our community is slowly improving. Mrs. Jim Duggin is some better at this writing. Miss Ieie Shultyer, Spring Station, is visiting relative"' in the "Sinks." The boys are all smile, for Miss Icie is quite an attractive young lady. Miss Kate Bo.arth has gone to Breckinridge county on a visit. Mrs. MoscTemplemau is quite ill nt this writing. Lee Washer, who married n few weeks ago is still at his father's but will return to Leitchh'eld, in a KINDERHOOK. March 8. S. L. Baird.whogot very badly hurt not long since, is slowing improving and will soou be able to resume his daily labor. Miss Of rtrnde Mills is visiting in Hartfoid.the guest of her grandmother. Jo. B. Rogers and lady spent Sunday in Kindeihook. Miss Mollie B. Maple has returned homo after an extended visit to friends and relatives nt Roekport. Mis Alice Ainbro-e- , Beda, spent Saturday and Sunday in Kinderhook not long since. II. A. Anderson and son.Tom, made trip to Owensboro last week. a V. G. Barnctt nnd Wayne Stevens will, start to Kvansvillc this week with several rafts. Master Bird Anderson, Owensboro, is the guest ot Litt'o Fred Andcrs.iti at this writing. Mrs. James A. Baird is sick at this wiiting. Mrs V. D. Stevens, who has been confined to her room for some time, is slowly improving. Mrs.Bettie Maple has something the matter with her arm, anil has almost lost the entire use of it. I wish to speak n few words to the people of this community in regard to organizing a Sunday School nt Alexander School House. Why not come forth good people nud do nil in your power for the service of God. Let us have a Sunday School for tho benefit of the small children who cannot attend Sunday School elsewhere. GitAMiioiTint. bu-inc- ss John Larking and daughter, moved Mag, on Wes Hay's farm, to crop this year. W.G. Patterson has a sovere"ketch" in his neck. Miss Lizzie Fsthes is vUitiug her cousin, Mis Ilattie Ketchum. The farmei.s aie nealyilone sowing oats. I am glad our corespondents have got a wake, for it seemed for awhile that they hail nil gone Democratic; if they did go they saw their and have returned with lenewed enor- mi-tii- Last week's paper was inod. When spring conies with its charming scenes and natuie wakes with the bright bbds nnd flowers it will make our sluggish blood run with more force and our dreariness will soon begone. Success to the Riu'L'iii.iuav. Annii: iwttiiiwo.v. "V. oJ PARADISE. March 7.- - -- Messrs. John Hum and Hurry Mooro have opened a grocery on Water Street. Miss Lena Tilths, of Hochoster, has : class in music. Miss Mujrio Ham is visiting her aunt, Mrs. K'oiids, in Louisville. II. C. Fox is on the sick list this week. Kev. Kirtloy, a Baptist mini tor, recently visited tho family of his uncle, Mr. F. V" Kirtloy. Mrs. (iertrudu lioukur, Daviess county, is visiting bur mother, Mrs. Wallace, of this place. P. S. Coleman, of Ohio county, passed through town u few days airo, with a drove of ho," purchased of Mr. Press Smith,.of this county. Mr.'Johu Burch,of Howling Green, was the 'iiost of of Mrs. Fo, last weok. ROOKPORTr Build you a home in ltockport. Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Hooker, Gris-oii- ib Landing, were in town this weok. Services at school house conduc ted by Mr. Gentle, were discontinued on Monday night for a weok. The attempt to build a Presbyterian Churchiu our town, is the absorbing topic of the day. Wo will begin shortly. We understand that there is to be a wedding in ltockport. Tho are not yet made. Tho world owes you a living provided you work for it. Bad side walks do not speak well for a progressive Flise town. FAIRLY STATED. The Jerald's last statement of shall we say its position on the moral of the day? is a weak, not to say pitiful eflbrt to bolster up a lost cnu-It sounds to us just like its Writer knows bo is on the wrong side and that ho is unable to do anything mve to jumble a few words together in order, under this transparent guise, to make an inglorious and ignominious retreat rather than an upright and honorable surrender. Gentle reader, you will take notice that tho Herald has not denied n single churgo we hnvc made. We said that there are men in H.irtford who hold Government license. Has the Jferald denied it? Wo said that whis key is sold in Hartford in violation of tho law; has the Jferalil denied it? kVc said that men are not arrested for drunkenness, profanity or any other disorderly conduct on our streets; has the Jaalil denied it? Its utter failure to deny these charges is u virtual admission that they arc true, nnd in point of fact it knows they are true, its hilly, clinging, fawning, twaddle to the contrary notwithstanding. ground on this There is no half-waijucstion; there is no place for neutrals cr noii'i'oiiimittals. You must be eith e. y Mastor Commissioner's tice to Creditors. No- OHIO CIIICUIT COUUT. Tho Green Itivor Coal and Mining Co. aro not running much coal at this place; just enough to supply the town nnd coat the steamboats. Miss Delia McGeo, of Daviess relatives and county, is visiting friends, near town. meeting protracted Since the closed, and the rain has put a stop to croquet nnd boating, tho young jo -pie snem to feel thut lifo OtlcM , M. II. their occupation is gone, i W. B. Leach's Adm'r, Plaintiff. Against. W. B. Leach's Heirs, Ac, Defnts. All persons having claims against tho estate of W. B. Leach, deceased, are hereby notified to produco the same, propoily pi oven, to the undersigned, Master Commissioner of said Court, at his oflico in Hartford in Ohio county, Keiitucky, on or before tho 2d day of May, next, or they will bo forever barred. This 8th day of March, 1!)2. John P. llAimrrrr, Master Commissioner said Court. !12-8t. instead ot answering the charges ol boodlo against his party, makes vague hints against tho Hki'Uiii.H'an and talks of things having no relation to the subject in linud. Boodle has been too long a onesided discussion in tho bauds of the Herald. It declares on any open for lieu discussion subject of public iuteiest, yet the veiy first attack upon its statements meets silence and an elfoit to side ttack us into another channel of discussion, us Tariff, or something placed upon a "high plane of intellect." Extracts from different issues ot the Herald show to what extent this cry of Boodlo has been carried. Not only did during 161)0, they begin this war-far- e but two years henco finds it keeping it vigorously alive. February lird the Herald contains the following: "In 1890, when Ohio county was in the throes ofn hot political contest, it was an open secret that the em ployees ot the United States Government furnished and brought into the county n large eoriuption fund to help buy the election of the Kepubli-cacandidates." February Id: "The Herald is sorry that Owen.-boi-o Grand Jury did not pursue its investigations u little further and pay its respects to the handlers who came from Owensboro with a big lot ot money and rs' Federal bought a few cattle in Ohio county and voted them at the election of August 1890." The Heiald does not name who those boodlers were in these communications, but those who read the paper during August, 1MIU, will remember the numerous slurring epithets hurled at Revenue Olhceis who came from Owensboro to cat their vote for their party and did not hesitate to personally mention meat various times as the "Distributor of Ohio county Boodle," "The unpolled beadier from Owenboro" Ac, and it was even intimated that those who were engaged in the cair vass continued to receive their salary Now, if I as U. S. Officers. not, I was the only Revenue Officer who came from Oweiisboio to Ohio county before the day of election and not only was 1 not drawing a salary at that time, but wa- - not under sivign-men- t at all. As the sole representative of that large force spoken of by the Herald, I took it upon myself last week toun-swe- r bis charges and denounced them The Herald as deliberate knows,n every man who cares to be informed dec, that it has alwtiy been the custom for Revenue men 1 cast their votes in their home counties. This was done during ISS.'j Mil under Cleveland'- - Aniini-tr.itio- ii arid the right of tho-- e men to vote wheie they owned property mid piid taxes bee1! The Herald failed to tell us, however, of the return of Capt. S. F Hill an brother to vote in a citiuty when they owned no property and were not residents, for they were on the rt ,id -- idc. For 20 years I have taken pait in every political cmite-- t in Ohio county and at no previous timo wa- - there ever so much corruption in the Demo cratic ranks as in 18'JO. They began the canvass by an attempt to cor rupt tho Legislature nnd steal tho "Little Bend" of Butler and failing in this they then raised a great cry of Republican Corruption that behind this they might the better carry out their corruptible work How one of their het followers after spending considerable money, was sold out by Secret Caucus, and the buying of the colored vote at Hartford, and y the Editor's personal knowledge of all this, does not prevent a great howl of iudignntioii going up over HeptAUem! Hoodie. Since the Ilerald lays upon me tho charge of being the chief of Boodlers and my knowledge of boodlo has already been made known to you, what could have been tho destiny of that bag of money sent out from Owensboro? We have no doubt that the continued sileeo of the Her-aiupon thesa statements will reveal to tho citizens of Ohio county, that there is rottenness and falsity in "tho truth ns tho Herald sees it" from beginning to cud. Lot the Herald show that there was no corruption in his own rnnks.inake giod the veracity of his own statements and then it will be time. for tho peoplo to make a step towards righting their own wrongs by turning out tho Republican party. Till that time wo leave the question of Tariff, cheap Quinino and cheap Sugar in tho caro of our Edi tor Rr.i'tiiiMCAX in whom you will find an ublo adversary, but so long as the question of B kJIo is at issue, bo nsJHiicd that the Ilerul.l will not Imvo a monopoly of the subject as herctofoie. D. L. Smith. lf n Office-holdemi-taer 1 hi-tld Hock Kit or tiii: or & Co. nflFirn''",nn,"lll AiliiT. iif Mriuirn. IMIO Hflrhlj"' eu' .N.wr luivnf tELiU!l IfiU lillmlrlphlit f Statement of the Condition CISIIlR!: ' U I l:tisliii'-. HOW TO MAKE Al Hie Iim-o- l 1), IS!)'.'. ii:ii MiicIiVi'tl"' Ji'ii. I. Nii'iiiilllril IS".'. ivtlii; let .Iiiiiiiii ', Hie Bills discounted Real estate ii:?n:ci' StiO.T . . . ll.ll 12 20 li.OOO.OU Ajm ! Furuiluie and Ikiiiics. Debts in suit Expenses paid Cash in safe Cash in other banks 1,(I(H),(!I) Bonds..... i.::n.tj7 ."'-' tssstMrfKrSHWEH . ' !),:20.72 Ili,;i2.1.(i" &j&mP"$ - 0!2,r.:!l.!)!)' LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits FAST LIME ' .. . .g:lt),00O,0i) "'.),o:1..17 make The wav money is to save it. Yon are losing- money ifyon arc paying more for goods than the prices given be1 - Due other Bank- Dividends unpaid 2.V,:'.) 'JO.'U)) :!,())' 0'! low: lc. for paper of 280 pin. lc. lor paper of 2.1 needles. !ll)c for men- - reinloiccd wool jeans pants. lc. for spool lilt) yanls Ptulituiidl ss s. STANDARD oSSr CASEBIER'S ron.'j CCUTU. 'BUS .MF.F.TS ALL DAILY silk, black or colis. lc, for -- ro ALL. TWIN BROTHERS DRY HOP siWi-i- ALIKF. all colois. embroider)' silk. I lie. for ceoil iiiubiellas. lc. each singer machine needles. lc. a buttle sewing machiue oil. lc. for 2 papers Fnirlish lira pins. lc. a doen all shades silk diess bultoiis. pniil silk lui-- t, -- !lc. a doen pool- HV. bo- - piiht caps, 1.1c a dozen black, en-ti- le s!nlnud amber ATTrcvnuN Public. YEAS THE QUEGK Given to the Traveling w RCT sb err; CO f r - mv!3W'$ j&i - W4WtK ' '..1 .!' -- '' ' ' ' C WATlFf.OO YIAS1 OLTrtOlT MiStl vent au&& seems ions c flat fin to T f 'VIibis !if Pittsburgh or.e of Lamp - tlics-eiu- soap. 2c. nud .'ic. a doen nickel safety pins. V. a box nf 21 hects nf piper and 21 envelopes. 7c. for 2 doen cedar led pencils. .v. a diieu lubber tip pencils. !!c. lor scIiikiI lutes. lc. a doen for falcon pens. .'!c. a bottle Thonm- - ink. 2c. for oiled window haib's piini; rulleis lie. for If npite button-- . SI 2.1 fnrl.iilie- - ical lluiij.'ola tliod ----1 hair pins. .'!e. a cake T X.1m"- - 1 ished. It seems rcncli t lie , - end as to goodness of waiianted. lc. a pair ladu- Im-black and colois, lc. a pair mciii heavy cotton ocks. 10e. a pair mens wool niitvhalf c, rrM&T.J& even' light llOsC. vr&,y.e3F and wav, e in Also kwjis a LI kr lirsi-cia- s Jc. a vnitl jrmid HV. a p.iii K83W& ,m a n a g eafce of niilittl ','aiter wdi. ilver -- ptrtei-buckle-- . and ment. Hlahlc. ' 0 he only care it requiicr M x ;l,1d wiping. M) hawi ')'!. falls out when the Vvi. a. nd .in sy is taken off, not into central-mgh- l Ticket as in other hr.sj (if lamps. Putting in a new wick is a 1;m inv:ii. a: ' easy matter indeed. .M this seems strange to Lea vr or- ;o who knows how trouble-u- e other good lamps are. 1c is in all the good lamp-eSend for a primer. Frn! wIhtc , ran Hoiscs gii llir or our lie. a box of 80 avs'd hair pin. l.)C a pair incus silk web, nickle. buckled, lc each infant knit vests. Ic. a doen fancy metal dress but- - tOl.s. rjs onr s. u h.Pi. PlTTSUURGlI BlUSsCo wm ! mm. a Florence hair briMim. package Col(.'an's tally tolu. Ic. imported saxony yarn. l!'c. n cake ciiticura soap. Ic. a dozen fnnc metal bells. 20c I'lench plate hand miiror. 2c. a pack 2.1 envelopes. 2.1c men- - (iiitittrjr hirts. 10c men- - I ply pme lu.en colar. 10c mens t'dluluid colars-'!1c I in. lubber vuli-e. a -. 1 o. 2.1c. for Pica jaid Uook.Keepino. Smorthamd, 7LLtonPMY. , White rori Catalogue: no wool bane alf 10c for curtain pole- - vciliiu,'. with brans r pv a jyV V i.Jf if j i,;.dUvf.i.. Ji jj v?1 h f. Miflttiibiut rtttttttlltt t T i a f ? 7 7 T v ' T v v v v v v v r v tiimiuin.'s. 2 Ic a package of one-hdozen double plated spoons. Me mens l.iuiidud white hills. 2c a box of jet black head mourning piiif. Jo a spool linen ihiead. Ic a doen pearl du-- .s buttons. He. a pair stockinet dress shields lc lor 2 IiiiIIk black darninj,' cotton. -- All good in marked figures. )lain Von ran order !iv It-'-. JM. Haxiny; TP.ffl? IT'A 1T SLAA rV tho Livo.--y . y JL, it VJf JtT X;, t V ft Uuvneh' of K. W. Taylor, I wish to inform the public tint I will d'i a i'jiiural Livery, Salo and Ioeil business at tho old stand, and al-- o i.oop on hand BL'CCIKS, W'AtiON'rf and CAliT.-- of tbu 1'ito-- t and most npproiud iniiku. r'Don't fj.'i,'jt t'lut tho H.irtfoid Traiibfcr is still to tho front in holrilf of ihudruuiiuornud travlinr public. Ple.iso Kivo mo a call -- TIIHKK TIMP.S DAILV. s boulu mail and e Hie .ioods just as cheap hv adding )os.lae, as yoi! can huj in Vc are a person. One Priced House. We refund (liemon-e- j on an v lliingiml Horsoa, bussios and wagons for salo or hlro at all times. Spocla attention glvon to all stock ontrustod to my caro. C. 31. S'lElLID, Yours Very Respectfully, H-artfcrd., IZly. sajisfaeloiv A.J. WILLIAMS, 1 .0 II Main Street. KNSHOHO, KY. Tho only Cut Price Houbo in tho City. BAKER AND CONPEOTIONKR. A Fino Lino of . hand- Will Sorvo at all times Administrator's Salo. On Saturday, March 2(i, I will of- FRESH Cakes, etc., always on TSTER and in any style. Pi. fer for salo at tho residenco of Mrs Klizii Ann Stewart, deceased, tbroo uiilcd South of tho following named property: One cow, sonic corn, house furniture, bowing machine, etc. Terms ma'do known on .1. T. H.wzi:, Adm'r. day of sale. Ito-in- e, im ir, fe u Bus. mil mum m m ua wamvh mw Tsleohone 208. No. 121 Main Owensboro Kentucky. Street. FAIR BROS. dCQ - m.xiM REPUBLiCAH CONVENTION. PERSONAL. is ro A BLOODY QUARREL. t Though the male roprorosonlnlivrs of the genus homo have always claimed Adam was the first made. ie :o: - was th prst if ai4, that .Miss Kntio Thomson, Horton, A Lively Tnno at tho Court sick. Houso last Monday. J. Ivliowo returned Plot-cedin- from Owotis-bo- of the Republicans .in Wcdnosday. Iko Axton Almost Killed James Wilson With a kuifo Last Sunday. nt his with three very dangerous knife wounds in Ins body, inflicted by Iko Axton Suudny homo on Mulberry Street OVERLOADED. Sam & Me have just gone through our stock and find that wp 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 be done to make it go, and we are going to do that something by saving our patrons money, viz.: Ihginning SI ARCH 'to-da- $ bat's immaterial, fboagb, Sufficient it is that we are here. Now that we arc 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 got You help us to sell a lot of goods byB buying of us, and then, we can sell them cheaper, and of course as you save so shall you prosper. along-first-rate- Legic isn't it! M Fads as ml Previous to spring buying we shall move all our present stock. We shall move it in installments, and we should like to have you carry away some portion cheap. For comparison we give our prices and what same goods sell for at other places: Our Wednesday. Mrs. St.Clair Walker, Glasgow, cauio Tuesday to visit her sistor, Mrs. E. I). (Iiiffy. Ifunry Thomson and wife, Horton, visito .la !e. .1. I. Thomson, Tties da and Wednesday. Misses Ada and Bee Br iwn, Center-tow- n, ate vinting their, sister, Mrs. Foster, Kmdurhook. CoL.I.S. R. Wedding leaves to- -I dav f.r ()vonsboro and Evuusville. Hit will return next week. !' I) fliiflV .,(' llin f 'iimiiii.tn.t Miss tila l'endleton, one of Ilart- ou handed in ,ihe fo How- - ford i s most charming young ladies, win read by the il Vis,iiiiir liiTaisitor, M. Gray, in s3t. inb' report nluch j .John, Secretary. Kansas. She will not return We, your Committee, lUihinit the for two or three months. following KW)Iulion: Lieut. J. L. Patterson, Clovorport, 1. llri! vi:ii. That we approve was in town Tuesday and Wednesthe call for District Convention at day. Tho I.ioul. is a whole-soul- ed Kliibethtowii 2!)th insl., nnd for irentlemnu, and a good Republican. w ill visit our tow n often. Slate Convention at Louisville for Wo hope ho 1 d 1 ' elected Secretary of the Convention. On motion and t'ccoiidii Committee, (in Resolutions u:is appointed by the chair. The following named gentlemen compiling Mime: K. I). Gully, S. B. BNhop, D. L. Smith, John T. Martin, Cupt. David Duiicuu. After u nidur.ihle discussion it that tho whs oidered of the County Committee be poMpon-euntil the Convention for the nomination ol county ollicer.s. Conmuss convention assembled, F. M. Glllstrnp, Cromwell, called vention culled to order and object of to suo us Wednesday. meeting edited by Chuirmun of CounJ. T. nnd Mark Raizo, Rosino, ty Committee, .1. S. II. Wedding. were in town Wednosdny. Whereupon it wns moved nnd secondDr. J. II. White was in Cromwoll ed that M. S. Rnglnnd bo made during a part of tho week. Chuirmun, pro tern, whoso election, Miss Null, I.ouisvillo, is visiting on 'notion ami second, wns made Dr. J. K. Pendleton's family. ui)aiiiinnii.-- . Mr. Ragland in a fw Miss Annio Allen, ltosiuo, is visupproprinte remnrks thunked tho iting her sister, Mrs. K. D. Guffy. Convention for the honor bestowed Miss Vorda Taylor wont to Louisupon him, nnd then announced Unit ville yesterday to spend sovoral days. nominations for Secretary were in It. A. Anderson, Kinderhook, wont order. Jumes A. .Smith was then to Owunsboro Tuesday returning " 'Big Jim' Wilson fOwrnljoii MpMi'ntffr.l is lying 'Kith iu-- t. Anderson-TanneI r. Prices: '2c.' 1."h . Hot Tobacco Cotton lvt IK'M lk'.-- Bed Ticking. Shirting Blench 7k-tic 15e '20c t lU'.-- t Cotton .IcaiiH Jk--t Colored Carpet Clmiii Hot Wliitc Carpet Chain Hurt l'lllltS 18: 5c Cotton lloM Riot Turkey Rod Danwk Re-- t Floor Oil Cloth Table Oil Clotli Good Rod Flannel Large Zinc Trunk Rot Rrogan Shoe Red Ladic Button Shoes Cikh' Men's Hate Good Smpundors (Jc 25c Ht 25e 2.V lSe $2.50 $1.'2." SI.'-'-") 50c 25c FA5R BROS. tfViSPjffSJ - Hartford Temple of Fashion. lIllltilMt N. N & M. V. R. R. I IIM.NS I.KWK UK WKUMM. TUMNf f.olXli W1HT. N.I.S. Mull iili: rr . 7, l.mirtnl KTf No. f, Mml unit l). h, l.limli.l .11 IS.iar.. ir. . 1IUIS'' .H1M. IMST i;I rr I'.irrM M A BCI 1 1 - 3.li " Tlil DAY, ' I.J 82i U.l'ur-fo- il Buy your Shoes from J. II. Cloihiiig made to order at Fair Bros, .1. it Co. need a Car.-on- If you if. B. fine Hut, cull on . J. II. B. Can-o- n bus a nice line of is (ho Furnishing Goods. Anderson's Uu.inr buy goods cheap. place to If you want a nice tiuing suit, get it at Fair Bros it Co. You can buy Goods at your own price ut J. 11. B. , ('arson's. The largui-t- the host, ut tho Lowest prices is whut KnluiV Store bus. nice line ol Ginghums Prints, call on Fair Bros. & Co. For u nnd Visit Anderson's llnzunr nnd buy your goods during tho Cut 1'ricti Sale. H. Mnttio Bell, the little daughter of II. Gillesjiie, died last Friday ni'dit. Snra A Mo will continuo tho CJut Prico Sulo for teveral days yet. They etill hnvo too tunny goods. 11. II. Davis, Point Pleasant, has just closed a very successful school at District No. fr. VI. See the prices of my goods and I know you will say like I do. Kahn. I can give you mora goods for your dollar than nil tho Housed in Ohio Kaii.v, county. Comn to sco us, Grcnt improvement is being made in the condition of the plunk walks on College Street, uenr tho Wntcr Mill. in Clothing. Fair SaturUros. it Co will rcccivo day another large shipment of cloth-ii'- g. Big bargains w. Born, to the wife of Joseph Fostor, Kinderhook, on the !!d inst., a fine boy. Dr. .1.' T. Millor attending physician. Plcuse remember Knhu'a Store is giving goods for Hull Prico to bis customers for .'10 dnyo. Kaiin's Stow:. Remember that Cusobicr& Burton will give the best ot accommodation in (ho wny of Feed, Rigs and transportation. Cull and sce,aud be convinced. heartily endorrc the present On last Wednesday evening nt 4 Administration of the Federal Gov- - o'clock nt the residence of the bride's ' eminent. mother near town. Air. .1. Allen An- Others' Prices: ,. condemn the ellhrls ot the .'I. ,, M, ,,crg()!1 Lclm Tanner were Same Goods 2Jc Demoe.aticpa.tvto repeal, in the llllirrieiIi 1CV G. J. Bean officiating, present CVn.e,s, parts f the pen- - Attendnnt,Mr. Hoscu Shown, Beda, Same Goods' men arnica enacted nJl M.g hoi. laws oitno Same Goods S.e 0ic Ai,denoli, Kiuder-li- y Coi.gie.-e- s. j ho()k MilH Tanner U quite a belle 10e Same Good. I. tho country i e congratulate hcp ?()cial circlClimi Mr. Anderson, '20c Same Goods that the "McKinley Turilf Bill" has nejnjer o ,hc KnPUBIlICAS forcC) Same Goods 2o Miccr-fo- lly withstood all the on-Jte a )roniWng young nmll .'20c fhiughts made by Democracy, the T,,e Same Goods Ki:i.UIJUI.ANf with their ninny . , . enemy of all good Government. , ., . .7e Same Goods f , jij .o- .". That our Delegates to (lie Dis through life. .'.e Goods Snme tiiet Convention be and (hey arc in-- J !!5c Same Goods to use all honorable menus College Happenings. ."lOc ;.iiiip Good (lie retention of Hon. C. M. to Nothing' new has hnppened this 0o Burnett as member of the State Cen- - Wcek, Same Goods (bcrefoic, we will have very '20c tral Committee. Same Goods little to say, only that there is no ccas- (!. That the fo lowing named bound i,)(, ; ur work, nil rccitntions are S.i.tlU S:iiiii tiooiis :irc appointed Delegates to the j cited with as much vigor as on the $1. 10 Same Goods District and State Conventions: day we began. $1.-I0Same Good I). L. Smith, J. T. Martin, Capt. On Inst Fndav morning Messrs. J. Toe Same Goods D. Duncan, K. I). Gully, John P. ' A. Smith. W. M. Fair. E. V. Mill- iHoc Same Goods Moi ton, Wm. Milligan, J. S. R. gun; Mis.-e.- s Lulu Walker and Sue WeddiiiL', W. A. Gib-oJ. B. Jlog-er- Yeiscr were welcome visitors at Gen J. A. Smith, Wood Tinslcy, E. oral Exercise. c P. Neal, Juo. M Hudson, A. Leo Miss Flora Ross; J. It. Pirtle and Bennett, M. S. Ragland, E. B. E. P. Moore were at General ExerWin. M. Autry, C. M. Burnett, cise Monday morning. J. L. Li!e,G. M.Mddox, A.S. Aull. The Fmr Grounds lire headquarter J. It. Hardin and D. II. Godtcy, And the following named are appoint- attended Geneiul Exercise Tuesday for Breedcis. ed Alternates to both of paid Conven-tion- p: morning. Buy your Groceries nt G L. Nicholas Barrass, II. C. Leach, Prof. J. V. Lytle's clnss in NaturKlein A Co'e. S. R. Bennett, Sam Roberts, Sam al Philosophy is one ot the most inTo buy Produce of nil Gaines, S. G. Rlnmds, .las. Kelly, teresting in school. They have been WANT1CD G. L. Ki.iiin it ( . kinds. Perry field, Jno. II. Davis, S trying experiments the lust few days f '2Ac Tobacco Cotton Di. S. J. Wedding, W. with grcnt success. fiOO yards to B. C. E Cook, who has been sick, is be closed out ut leut I'air Bros, it S. Cole. C. M. Pendleton, Morris Taylor, F. Millhou.-e- , C. R. Camp- nt school. Co. bell, W. I. Rowc, C. L. Woodward, Aluey T'chenoris nt his homo nenr Jolinsoiut Hark have three StalLinm Maples, L. P. Crowder, John Mclleury, on the sick list. (Jo and lions nt the Fair Grounds. Allen. Said Delegates nnd AlterRev. L. It. Burnett conducted tec them. nates are instructed to cast tho vote General Exercises Wednesday mornCM. Cole, Sulphur Snrings, has of Ohio county in said Conventions ing. He made a good talk aud it accepted a position in Yei?er' black as a unit on all questions voted on. was enjoyed by all who heard it. smith bhop. Respectfully, MissC3 Annie Allen, RoMne, and Jumes M, Bogers, me of the o!det Com. Jno. T. Ilennio Gunther, city, attended Genmen in this county, died lut SaturS. B. Bmiop, Sec'y. eral Exercise Wednesday morning. day nt the home of his sondn-lan- ', Mom: Anon. Maddox.nenr Hockpnrt. He hud Moved, peconded and carried that and ucquuintniiees the Resolutions be amended so as muiiy friends among the older of our cituens, who Card ol Thanks. nil good Republican; to atsympathise with the family in his to invite Wooro very thankful to our friends tend the District and State Convendead). tion, and (hut the Delegates be in- for tho kindness they havo shown us Cricket Honch, the sixteen year old structed to cast (ho vote of Ohio since tho losofour little home by "lassie" who wns turned loose on Jhe county for Win. O. Bradley for Dele- fire, on last Thursday. Accept our county, us tho Herald's able FrankThe sincere thanks and tho assurances of fort coricspLiidcnt recently remarked, gate from the State (he representation of those who Resolutions as amended were unnui- - our grateful remembrance. on took hertothc penitentiary, has brought mniiply adopted, nnd tho Convention' Respectfully, herself again into notice, (his time nt J. SI. BAHNirrrnnd Wife. adjourned. Whitesville. M. S. Raw.and, Ch'm'n. Cooksey-Danie- l. 1). Colemun received n letter J. J. A. Smith, Sec'y. Jesse T. Cooksey and Sliss Sudio from Prof. Mclleury yesterday xotis on thi: convention. Klioads, 'informing him (lint ho had Daniel, Olaton, wore married at the W. A. Gib?on is a hustler. been elected (onn important position residence of Iho bride's stepfather, High Schools. in tho Frankfort An interest is the life of a party. Joseph Hoover, Tuesday evening nt Juke's many friends will be glad to Col. J. S. It. Wedding made au ono o'clock. Rev. G. J. Bean prolenrn of this unrxpectcd4and unsought excellent speech. nounced the words that made them promotion. E. P. Neal did some good talkig, Au elegant supper was given nt one. "The Lust Loaf," a drama in two as ho always does. the home of the groom nt night, aud Wo were glnd to see so many of acts, will bo presented at the Beaver everybody was invited. It was a most night. AUo our colored friends present. Dnm Church We wish tho young n lnughnblc farce will bo jiresented Col. C. M. Barnett, D. L. Smith pleasant nffuir. the sumo evening. The affair is un- and E. B. Allen, of the Revenue people a long, and prosperous voyngo der the supervision of the Masonic service, were on hand. over life's changing sea. Lodge nt that place, nnd is for n good Chairman Ragland may not know who can, cnuse. Let everybody, all about parliamentary law, but he The Revival. attend. got there all the same. A very interesting revival is in i Young fticn, old men, go to Khan's progress at the C. P. Church, conStore nnd get you ono of tho iiewcst ducted by Rev. J. S. Kittrell, of GorPLEASANT RIDGE. stylo of Brown Suits, huts to mutch, Horn, to the wife of Bud Hunt on don villo, Tenu., assisted by Rev. G. Shoes to match, Socks to mutch, ties the oi'd, a girl. Or. B.irnhill attend- B. McDonald. Thero is no ostentato mutch.Shirts toImatchjUndershtrts nnd drawers also Brown to match, nil ing physician. tion, no presumption, no flourishing Mrs." Jake Westerfield, who has for $12.50 cash in hand. Thisnover of trumpets, only a plniu siniplo been sull'oring with an attack of lias been and never will bo done again of the truths of the gospel fever, is imiirovinir. in tho world.only nt Kulins Trade The good people of this place who interspersed now and then with flights Palace. have neon laboring very narii lor of pleasing eloquence. J. M. Burnett's houso wns burned quite a whilo in favor of a Ihptist Members of nil denominations are last Thursday week, notice of which church hero havo at last succeeded so called upon to assist in the great bat-tl- o appeared in last issue. The house was far ns to have a dav sot for organizfor souls and chrlstains of every ing, it being the Fifth Saturday in valued nt 8400. Nearly all the "name and order havo drunk deep and all tho clothing wns lost. April. Miss Ilea Westerfield, who has been again at tho fountain of life. Sinners Tho fiiruitiiro tuved wns so much damaged by the hurried manner in on tho sick list, is able to attend nrc manifesting great interest and which our gallnut flro fighters were school again. tho prospects for a and W. Burnett, ono of our most promcompelled to hnndlo it in order to save it ntall, that it is almost wholly ising young men nnd who is attend-yi- g genuine revival are very encourthe Louisville Medical Lectures, aging. worthless. came homo lust Thursday on business. Caleb Smith and family went to Leslio Coombs left his team standList of Letters ing hitched to tho wagon in front of Hartford Sunday. Quito a crowd attended (ho Eure Itoiiiainir in tlio Hartford Post offioo Monday when they Ross' meat shop uiiolniintjcl: became fiightened, ran away and in ka Friday night. Debato good and Manila nurfon, Itusan Hurton, passing out Walnut Street ran into tho pnper edited by Ella Hunter nud Kli II. Uiisliam, Lena Cox, Alfred on tho right nnd stopped Ella Crowe bettor. the gutter Bro. Maddux en me to fill his regit, Cain, "SVosloy Crow, l 11. Darby, nt the culvert at Dr. Coleman's, crushing tho front wheel of the wag- lar appointment nt Sit. Curiucl Sat- (iiiiii D.miols, W. .1. Kojuii, Daniel on, Tho same team ran away last urday, but to the sorrow of his many (Jury, Sylvester I.imlley, Walker P.irk, Mrs. M. l'owalls. week, but did not hang up till thoy friends was taken ill nnd had to reWin. Miluoan, P. M. turn home early Sunday morning. E. reached tho Muddy fats. '2. We I le i, I , -- 1 morning. "The men have been at enmity for some time, though it was rather in a political way than personally. Axton had said many hard things about Wilson, which were returned with Wilson had heard that Axton had said something about his wife, ami when the two men in ct Sunday morning at the corner of Slain and St. Aun Streets Wilson told Axton ho hml a personal matter to settle with him, and (hey (ook a few steps down St. Ann toward the river. Wilson asked Axton if he bad said what he had heard, and Axton gave him no satisfactory answer. Wil'on said he would punish him for it nnd struck him with his cane. Axton dodgdl the blow nnd caught it on his arm. Wilson i aised the stick for a second stiokc and Axton caught it in his bund. Wilson made a surge to get it away from him and Axton cut him in the side, at the same time telling him to let go the stick. Wilson held on and Axton cut him a second and thiid time. As soon ns ho felt that ho was cut Wilson let looso of the stick and wnlked backward to the corner of the hotel and there look out his knife and started back to where Axton was. Axton told him in a tone that needed no guess ns to its meaning that he would kill him it he came further, and Wilson put his knife back iu his pocket." Wilson said to Charley Green who came to tho hotel door nt this time, that he was cut all to pieces and told him to send for a doctor. He was taken to his homo and his wounds dressed by Dr. Kimbley. Axton wns placed under a $1,500 bond aud his trial set for Wednesday. The case was called Wednesday morning, but owing to Wilson's condition the trial was posponed till '28th 1. 1' i y and continuing till Saturday night, 12, we proposo to sell every article iu our store, Wear-foreve- except our Anderson's "Grout Wear" and OUR 81.99 Shoes, nt TEN PER CENT. LESS THAN REGULAR MARKED SELLING PRICES. article in our store Ever is cheap enough nt our marked price", and this great reduction all along the line will bring forth bargains that will catuo to lny iu their future supplies. Cull now and get S10 worth of goods and pay 89 for them. Ladies Shoes worth 83 now go for 82.70. rs Shoes worth 81.50 go 90c. 30 cent". Tor 81.35. S3 go Coivets worth 81 go for 50 cent corsets at 4 outs and 40 cent corsets at at 82.70 10c. i Fur rugs worth Flannels blccchcd pro- worth 30c. for 27c. portion. 20c. flannels at lSc. cotton nt 9c. oa calico at 4c and everything else in See our 81, 82 nnd 83 Umbrella? that go now at 90c 81.80 and 32.70 aud our 83, 83.50 nnd 84.50 Trunks that go now at 82.70, 83. If. and 84.05. On Cloaks and Jackets we propose to make even- - a deeper cut ns they musl go. So if you want one nt FIFTEEN PER CENT, OFF of marked.'price, five dollar Cloak for four dollars and twenty-five come and get our 88 Cloak for 80.50, our 80 Cloak for 85.10, our cents and all other Cloaks No exceptions in and" Jackets nt a proportionate prico. this line. Everything goes. Farm jrs c ii now get tobacco cotton of us worth 2c firlp. FeatheH win ted aud taken iu exchange for goods. list. .Ho. II. !mvE4, C'.avhlor. llihvAi, l'iot. j re-t- hey Of the Condition of the STATEMENT c Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At the Close of Business Dec. 31, 1891. RESOURCES. Loans, aud Discounts 837.0G4.28 Real Estate 3,000.00 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. Cash on Hand and m other Bauks 25,800,27 807,370.55 We believe our customers will appreciate our endeavor to save them monoy by the TEN AND FIFTEEN PER CENT. CUT PRICE SALE and also believe if they are needing anything in our line that they will visit ANDERSON'S BAZAAR where they will receive a hearty welcome from . CO., Props, n, s, Al-Io- T. TD. ' -- "WTaiiXJLAAS THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST dDOES Wi-pte- i LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid Reserve Fund Surplus Fund Deposit Account 825,000.00 802.31 BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Panning Implements on hand. Call on him. Horse-shoein- g p. 2.250.00 39,258.24 807,370.55 John II. Bahnks, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this January 1, 1892. Shelby Taylor, D. C. O. C. We take pleasure iu submitting this our first annual statement to the public. We have now as safe a depository as any in the State) and solicit the business of firms, corporations nnd individuals. Special attention to collections. Exchange bought and sold on the principal cities of tho United States. John H. Barnes, Cashier. J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Az-uria- LOVELL DIASflOPJDGYGLE. r.. Ua i, Solid Tirss. $gSi00 HGH GRADE sthictly - lis. 3 C( Ladies' Cushion Tiros, nu. I, 4 On lil ah Tiro uiiauiuu mud, vuo.uu $85.00 (TF m, -- ti. bO-- j Ii c 'eos.oo n....JtLl. fl.llJ UJISlBrilCIB 0U1IU 86.00 TIh IIIKj, No. 3, Ladies' Solid Tires, Ho. 4,0, " No Cushion Tiras, The Celebrated Stallion: OUR CqsMou Tires . ARE $05.00 better Warranted ALL l'ARTS machine macfo at any price. vCv 1 1 Interchange-aole. . K yOtbiamond VkTf - I i xW Bicycle Catalogue Frcs: S85.00 Sl .: JOIIIV MANUFACTURERS, COCTCN,ABMS CO., I. LOVELL MASS. ttnti la r:sri V,mff3i-7 wrfj. - - wui $85.00 m H rf"";- - J?' ''' rl"T 'Vt'-.''"''- ' TOM NICHOLS on . fur-nltur- o long-neede- d Will stand the present season, commencing tho SOtli of March, 1892, at my stable, on the William Norris fariii,oiiQ-four- th mile north pf Deavor Dam, ICy., and will bo permitted to servo mares nt 2").00 to insure a mare with foal; money due when the fnct is ascertained or maro transferred. DESCRIPTION: Tom Nichols is a beautiful iron gray, dark mane nnd tail, 1(5 -2 hands 'high, 0 years old, woll muscled, stands straight and carries himself woll is very docile nnd works woll any whore. PEDIGREE: Tom Nichols wns sired by Ten Bioek, ho by imported Plucton nnd he by the crcat King Tom. Ten Uroek's dam, I'nnny Hol ton.by Lexington and out of Nauturn. Tom Nichols' let dam, Arthilln, was by Longfellow, 2d dnm, Fnmij Wells, by imported Sovereign,. 'Id dnm, Reel, by imported Glcncoo Reel was tho Tom Nichols dnm of War Dance. tins been ciiteiednnd run over ninny tracks of tho United States with good Rticccts, aud year before last won three races. Ho was bred and raised at tho celebrated Nantura farm, in Woodford county, Ky. Care taken to prevent accidents, but will not bo responsible should uny occur. Pusturngo for mnres during tho season free. PREMIUM: I will offer a Prcni-iuof 850 for the three best colts: $25 for best, 815 for second, $10 for third. HojtAGi: Baiini'!', Reaver Dam, Ky. 1ni bs las!fi&SSg ipi'IC (s pleasant askwwSyi BILIOUSNESS. up. o a N A PFMFMRR fl lar tonic and piven such universal satisfaction, and which von hear your neighbor talking M,nu. fa finnvn's. To pet the orieinal and genuine Tasteless Chill Tonic, ah Aia ne1 Caw fnAIt'f nMil H(tl,fr nfCfi r oliontv mifriVil tnlnHtntes. claiming to be ust as cood. Grove's Tasteless ChillTonic holds full 6 ozs. nnd coLtflins45 nu doses, while many of the new, untried taoteless tonics only hold to thirty dotes. Grove's Tonic Is as large as nnv itoN contains but twenty-fou- r that the Tasteless Chill Tonic which ha MEDICINE COMPANY, St. IkhiIh, Mo. retails for fcO 4i ly PAIUS com. Manufactured Drugfflst Sold by oil r Hartford Republican "' FRIDAY,tXHOln FACETIAE Xitliinir that can offend the must fastidious nor nt which tlio most tloli-ca- lu taste may bo wounded shall over find its way to this column. He Was llijjht M want t:i tuko the no.t train to Toledo," said u lucly to tlio ticket younirman nttlin Michigan Central station. "You can't do it madam," he replied with a stilitila smile. "Why not?" she asked in quick surprise. "Hecauso madam" and tli? yoiinjj man looked solemn, 'because, we have h'i engineer and conductor to do that, and we don't feel disposed to fill thoir places with an entire stranirnr.'' -- Detroit l'reo Press. Ills A MOTIIKIt-IN-I.A- W. 17181)57 ' man in u Southern town applied to the keeper of a livery sta- bte for a horse and buggt. "Who is going along with youV" young nsked the latter. wife's mother out for a ride. She is not well, and 1 want her to have some fresh air. I wish you could put a hatchet and a spade in the bottom of the buggy." "What do you want them for?" "I want to dig upsome young cedar trees to plant in the cemotry." "I don't think 1 can let you haro a "1 am intn ,iiiiuiiiiiniii::iiuiiiiinmiiiiiMiiiii! Also on Tuesday tho 8th of March, SING A SONG OF DEMOCRATS. Mr. Jc'5e T. Cooksie nml Miss Sndie JAY-EYE-SEF. ,I). Daniel, of Olatoii. will ho joined Mit. J. I. Caie, (llli'l.tiic Iruxo I'nrni, homo ? Sing u song nf Democrats, in connubial blips, nt tho icsidencc of of Jnj.i:fSei.lllmli.c, 1W K.inji i "Alter tit Ii i: 5 Mostly full of rye, rvcry l.tioun rci.HiU, lumintl ti l.,n.c limn Ii ! Joseph Hoover, and wo can truthfulof two yenra Maticllnn, Irom i. j jcni uld lllly, X Going down to Washington Mltlillireonipllotlou8or 2 ly say wc never knew u more worthy Feeling pretty fly. couple in nil our life, and the union But when Congress opened QUINN'S OINTMENT. can but be a happy one. Both the What u lively nniss! Z ItlalhelieitiirepnrntloiilIiieexerttMHlorhi'ttrd Every mother's son of them ; cortracting parties nre deservedly of. 1 heartily rccotiimctid It to nil llorscmcu." Began to kick and cuss. popular. Miss Sudie is the nccom-plislien'ehare tiundraltefaueli lettlmonialt. Cleveland in the nursery hello of Olatoii. Now,n word rrtce.SI.SOperliottle. A9k)ourdruggllfnrlt. If bo Acting very funny, does not ket p II, send us Mcstanipa or all wt, for I rial box. for Olatoii, it is n place of great Hill in the pantry W. II. i:i)lY & CO., Whitehall, N. 1. HEtEtiQBLsiiiiiiiisiiiii thrift and business enterprise. There Eating bread and honey, Mills in the backyard grist nud is situated there n lirst-cla- ss Hanging out the clothes, by water power, K( propelled Along came n "Crisp" breeze tobacco factory, blacksmith shop, And nipped oil' hW nose. Ex. bJb woodshop, postollicc, one general store And a good lamp and one in process of erection by CjA.T-.T- L. must be simple; when it is not simple it is CXNT James Young nml will bo in full blast not cood. Simple. Beautiful, GiVti these wotds mean much, but to see "The Kochcstcr" in ten days. Also one of the best All metal, will impress the truth more forcibly. school buildings in this part of the tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only, county is situated on Cancy two The Leading Fhobograplier. it is absolutely wVantl unbreakable. Like Aladdin's miles nhove Us confluence with Hough of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its marvelous licht is purer and brighter t.ian cas light, River. Uaucy nt this pluco is spanned In Ewy Stjh and Site. Pictures softer than electric light and more cheerful than ci.hcr. woodeu bridge. Ola-toby n first-cla- ss Look for IhU stamp TiifRocmfstfr. Hlhelinpileilcrhisn'tt'iJcenn' Pictures Copied and Enlarged s is graced by some of the best Rochctir. ru.i tne stvie n on waut. scuj to i.i i r our new i in iriu.n.r.ii , Imip safely bv iMirm jour cLe..' ct tuf ami we will send ou A SPECIALTY. men in Ohio county, and we Tarietics from InciAMgeu Ldmtbtote win: l. s.J. HOCIIESTUIi LA32P CO., I'arti PJace, f.'exw for!: C. Stu iio on Muin, between Lewis & hope they all subscribe and pay in Duviess Streets, advance and read the best paper v K, 'v... -- . 0 WENS IIOJIO, KY in this pait of the state the 37m0 tl saw-mill, II"" ;:xtivUK,ua !JnH( vi rfp T.'a " '" ti jsfri f 'flrgeHlpty kl vtgj fcd . Wd Xsf 'I:4- a'A J&mr jjrS ryifllf JlAR -- Your Grocer afix:irr3ri ' CLAIRETTE - &jL Seeing is Believing." Sells if. SfaiptrdQiBay MAKES WASHING VERY EASY. 1 and Weiglat SOAP, ta S3 O J.xil , Tkl-- r. I R, E. Clark, 1d An "net: naie W&U, iPtIi MfwejU MairlpnS v re crying bfcWl. louda5fl)eyC?Ji y.T &. $t$ OT.arai Am ww obyN.KJAIRBANK i$s&iaL CO. ST. W'.fW If loJis. n bus-'ues- puh-lish- going to take my HaISTFOUI) RlH'UHMOAN. Will next. - write up Sulphur Spring l'uo Bono Pitw.tco. bb Cobdonitos. Iiniericnii Kionoiulsl.1 NEW WEBSTER buggy." "Why not?" "Because I don't want to he hauled up as a witness every time court meets. I have got my business to attend to." "I don't understand you." "May bo ou don't but I understand you. You iiavo been marrried some years and when a married man in this town wants to take h is mother-in-law out for a ride for her health and wants u spade and a hatchet, and talks about planting things in the cemotry, that's all I want to know." 'Hut my dear sir '' "It may bo all right, but I don't propose to take any risk. When your trial comes off you will swear there is a prejudice against )ou in this town andyoi can't get a fair trial and get a change of venue to some county away off and I'll have to go there as a witness every time the case is continued or bo fined M0 If you want to got rid of your wife's mother you go to the drugstore und get some rough on rats and it will be a case of suicidoor accident, but I am not going to be mixed up in it by supplying you with spades and hatchets and a horse and buggy to carry off the corpse to hide. No irree! Why don't you ask me to put n coffin in the buggy besides? Xo, sir, I am not that kind of a livery stable man. I'm not in that line of business. I sympathize with you, but for the more hire of a horse and buggy 1 can t afTexford to take any such risk." as Siftings. how harmoniously the Cobdcuites on both sides of the Atlantic both work for n common cause. A London paper thus speaks of the present phase of English Cobdcuites' crusade ngaint American "These same C'obden industery: Club people nre very hard to please, especially iibout American economics. When the United States had n surplus revenue of some lib' million dollars, unmeasured invective was hurled at them by Cobden Club writ ers und orators; now that the Washington Got'emmcnt has taken some steps to obviate the needless acquisition of revenue in such a proportion, these same writers issue gloomy diatribes headed, 'Seiious Effect of the McKiuley Tariff!' 'Great Reduction of Revenue!' Meanwhile men of some amount of tolerant discietion prefer to wait." All of which transtuinsatlnn-ti- c atlantic comment on economics is applicable, without the slightest emendation, to the attitude of the enemies of Protection on this side of the ocean. CLIPTON-N- O. It is wonderful WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY I.. I'JItiM nml Iti'M t lrnm Coror Id Cutit. FUU.Y ABREAST OF THE TIMES. Mexican Mustang Liniment A f 66The Rodieste"' i i 1 I VJ'vT' 9 fo ii j $ t1 fo ii T to ft ti frftt J -- Tt Tt Im w ft t t't) ' IS THE ONLY- - REPUeLICAN F PAPER DSTflCT PI'HLISIIKDINTIIK T E A I GRAND INVESTMENT f.iri"ory ainily anu 1 Ndiool. Tli.AnlleiifleWrlilffr,ilTiibrlilBil lllillunurv, ccmipiUlui; Issue, iif 1HC14, ;u, uiiil'h., lull till luiiyrlehtrd) lias WEBSTER'S liom thin uuflily ret lniu nml ulurcril, nmlcr I he Miprrt Itlim of TVouli 1'nrtrr, U.K., I.I.. !.. of Yule L'nls ersltr. ami in u illttliigtiiililuc IIIIp. tirars tlio nuiue tenycnri., r laliiircrilii'liiir employed. and 8.1110.(101) cxpi illicit before tlio llixt copv trnft printed. al A Tjure for the Ailments of M:m and Beast. pain reliever. Its use is almost' universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy long-teste- I at is International Dictionary. Tlio work of roTlilmi iicciiiii nvrr mom tliim iiliiunlrril rilltii-riGOLD DV ALL B00K3CLLERS. r.imi hlet sent frm I y the publl'lii d AUK YOU A , . Caution Is needed In .uritulni: u i.if lien irj , ni liotogr iphlc r. rinla I mi ) Imp nml coinuaritlielyMutllile tilitun if rim WiMcrare lieiwc iiutkded uiulii mines and often ty misrepresentation. OCT THE BEST, Tim International, which bears Imprint if G. C. MERKIAM CO., Publishers, Springfield, Mass., V. S. A. f This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without n bottle of well-know- n SUBSCRIBER? IF NOT Mustang Liniment. IMBHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVI!??P,'-- 104. has March 1. A. J. Pavton just his bat u Occasions arise for its use almost every druggists and dealers have it day-Al-l SUBSCRIBE mtixu vol once! TTl OLATON. In pcnifinj; your paper, I seldom notice anything from this point, so I will send you a few items. Ansel Wilkerson has the grip. There are heveral cases of measles in this viuciuity. There nre ii number of men from here gone to Evansville on saw logs. Jni. McDuniel started for Texas Feb. 29. on U'Jtli inat. Sam Paton and Benuie Reed are building wire ami fence. J. P.Miller is building si new house on his farm near Sulphur Spring. Miss Bennie Brown, Rockport, entered school here Mondav. J. P.Miller, T. II. Balmain, E. P. Tuylor ami J. R I'avton attended the opening of our school Monday under the supervision of I'rof. A. A. Brown. 0. M. Shultz., leaver Dam, and E. K. Shullz, St. Louis, were called home to the bedside of their mother, who has been quite sicKsever.il weeks, but is improving. Miyj Susie Austin came home Saturday from Xo. '2 where she has been attendiug school for the p:ut mouth, und entered school here Monday. GitANor.it. The 7Iot Hucceasfii! ItrmtdycrcrdhcoT. trt'd. as It Is certain In Its effects aod dues nut bllittr. Rcad(iroutUluwt sattisss we " ;(;m?TSiaHCfiR,T. THE . fl AVY9U A HORSE ? JOB WORK TO And it vill ieceive Kendall's Spavin Cure. Co. B. UciiU-I- with the iirentest Mtltftctlon thtt I Inform out hat I aTecllrellllfollawlnfdlss: Sircenvr. Hbonlder Joint I.ameneni.S'llne Lmmeneaa ! Jolut J.uroeuemH, rhoelIoll, on Foot. X am working lllpJaliit .nmrnaHaandnilleuruihAt all with Kendall a ! tho best Liniment for manor Uiavin Cure. It brast I hare ercr usr1. 1 rtcnmmenil It to all norst owaera. Hones that 1 hate worked on araTaluaUe, hut without your Lliilinent would he worthless. I hare friends who untd II for ttpralna and llrnlaea and curel tiirm. Thersar It Is iho twit ttey vvcrusid. Yours truly, E. U.S. WELLS. lli J. KtKDiu. Lrrrui Rock, Ark , Aug. H, Co.: . MfgdEspeciallyForExERCISIPGandSpEEDING. ... Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be -- Respect fully, TheMost PERFECT SULKY CART In Use BARRETT w & ROGERS. D::iai;issr: tlio-lun- iks Hartford Subscribe for the Kendall's Spavin Cure. . r b a u n b'b:b I. r..r .11 . ia a a a tiling' Iaixo.i - V A Republi".'. l'nrn-i,V- can. Kiclmril Moiun-li- , i'ri'8. OWENSBORQ NATIONAL BANK Moito Vuto, Colo , Dec. Jt, 1383, Dn. D. J, KtiDiLL Co., Eno.Uurh Kails, Vt.i OLiits-I- ti tlm jearlUI 1 tre itul with Kendall's BpavlnCuroa lluunr.pn In of seven years stand lint nearly as lurnuu'i n hi us eit and completely slopped tho lament .s nnd rsmoved tbo enlarge, meat, nave worked tlm horse very hard ever since, h. never has stnwn any lameness neither eoa X set) any dlff eremu lu tho slsi. of the hock. F. U. COOLLY, Yours truly, "W" E3 ES -- SL 3L. TE" 1:11.1 v tli.it h Iittlu coiikIi 'm l.i:irimi9si Aiu (in nuarutluitit oflin ftuison r.ml f.ir Ichi often runs into (XiiHiitiipttin and J cutis in IMitli? l'tiijilti niirciniK limn Astliiiui,a HrniK'liitis, I'lU'Utnuuia nml Consumption will nil, tell you that Murried, on the '25th at the residents ot the brides father, Jus. Sapp, Win. II. Felix to Mios Laura Sapp, Rev. II. Frost spoke the words which united them in the bonds of imitri-mon- y On the 26th they came to Mr. Felix's home where they were met by many triends. The farmers are preparing for a crop. Sowing oats and breaking corn ground seams to he the work of most of the farmers. Mr. Young will soon have his new and will house completed, store' have n new stock of good. 0. U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. DEMOCRAT. . 1'rte St Ji'r bottlr, or nix bnltltt for $5. All tlruyjlnlt hiitn It or can grt It for you, or it tetll be tint to any iiN Jrmt rtetlpt ofjirtce by the propri DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., 1 : U The Best Newspaper of the Age! tDR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY: for CourIis, Colih nnd Consumption Iwyoml quretion tho of nil U .FyMmM "IT STARTED WITH A CO ID.: with Cnn you afford to nofik-c- t It? Can you trillu" Aro j ou tiwaro that bo herlous a matter i1 j UNION. 1892. Mrs. Nora Smith, who has boon on the sick list for the past six weeks, is 21), ers a ii d 0 o ii n t r y Merchants Specialty. Interest paid on time deposits. Solicits your business. LAWS ON RENO, $ 275,000. of Farm Accoiim.s Cashlor. Seourity For Deposits Enosburgh Falls, Verm01- - Wfc yw&p" IS THE BEST. Mwmfliwoiiiy(ri .. Ff.hhuauv C'.s7.s.s' of JO i)(Jes. Puij.s iimrc for nrirs Hutu my other paper in tlio Cnited States, briii" replete a'itlt matter of interest to all ela.ssestlie agricultural, the mercantile and the professional, ,'ldroeutes the principles of the Jiepuhlieun Party and publishes in full the speeches of its leaders. As the coining Presidential Campaign promises to Lethe hottest ever contested, every Jlepublicnn should hecome a subscriber and keen himself thoroughly informed- of what is occurring in the political world. o PMixk'ni ltcmcilics? It will htojui Couli in 0110 nilit. It will olic'k a ('old in" JJaday It will piurcnt Croup, rcliovo Atthmu und L'oiisuniptnm if t.i'an" Pin time, " Vou can't nITord to Imi without it." A SQi'tnt iKttthi mav ha i mi" may h.io your lifi I Ask your dniKKist for it, wuiuoH rSlOO in Doctor's hill to W II. Hoour.it it Co., 1(5 W't'it Hro.i '.way, Now York, fur t' lii. ijcciBUHUuoai:caBacasifinBcuiisj.iaaBcarT----Val9F5isl , DOCTOR TAYLORS r1. BHusObS iiait" FOR SA.LE UY tuutTta. improving. Miss I.utitia Hodges and brother, William, attended tho marriage of Miss Sini Martin and John X. Taylor last week. Farmers are about done sowing oats. A. C. Slovens says his oats are coining up ho sowed February 4th. A. (). Stevens and family visited tho family of L. T. Uarnaid and Preston Haru&rd Saturday and Sunday. Tho roads are still in a bad condition, but we need not expect any bettor as long as they are worked as thov now are, (are not worked.) S. H. T. Agents Wanted! II. A. LOZEIEK&CO., Whole.-iil- e Price $.00 Per Year. FOR CHIUS& FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, priceI HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. bUcENT iPiTOEDBY suit RICHARDSON-TAYLO- URE UURE ' R 01 Donlers, emit through Postmasters and Newsdealers, or direct to the ls. urtuuuisia. MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. CLEVELAND, O. !!40 GLOISti Y Kninplo I NT1NG CO., ST. LOUTS, MO. caaq Superior Ht. 'oph'i Miillfil t'rvv. fji5? Adjustablo Extension Stand. WHEN yOU GOTO OWENSB 0(10 , ruitin unsrstpttT Many Exclusively h& wv CT Its Own . FULLY. uTFn OAl.l.OX Commercial llolrl. CKNTItAL CITY, KY U f - :M I n. n. iHAiuh, rn.rriiiG.iiMi. fiiriiiidii'il. i Has just liccn upaiicil tun! newly Located uloni to Depot, luiii-li- . Good meult- - oi CJivp EHBODIESEVERYDESmABLElMPffOVEMENT it a trial. Mw.uli.w S . WABf, for Feb. 25. Oh, the bells! The Flegantly IVETEARS Finished wedding belli-- ! Ou the 10th tout. GENT OR Mr. B. C. Daniel, of Olaton, was See Our joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Amanda Ezell, of Oauoy-vill- e. A Rev. Wheeler otlicittting, A LIVE AOENT WANTf UIN EVERT TOWN grand reception was given by tbo groom's parents, which was largely Mnur Persons attended by young and old. Today Ire broVcn nnrn I om overwork or lious)iold Ilrown's Iron Ilittorii Mr. Win. II. Felix and Miss Mollio rebuilds ilm nynteni, itlils dlicestlon, n nioves ex. ctu uf bile, ami lures malaria. Utt lliu t'ciiuluu A. Sapp, both of Olaton, nro to bo married ut the residence of Joel Sapp, Happy and content Is ft home with " .Tht Re by Rev. A. B. Bycw. We predict tbttter ! x lamp iih ttie licht ol the mornlnf. a bright future for the happy pair. Catalogues, wtlte Kochetttr Lamp Co., NewYork. SULPHUR SPRING. HANDSOME. mm For Cataloguo and Prices, writo tho Manuflicturors, ifsriajsiswy WlSOSHSJi. S3 and XiZS'SJi-ZIIKIM'.K IN For the final and Mint Arlulic Work, mill CoiilrrlluiirrlrN, tiny the or style. 1 'rederica St. , letueen Troiinil Fltl'lTN Z. J OILY JWjYJOMMJC, Owensboro, Ky. Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. 3rd and 4th. f37 All Order i From Stnjes Promptly tended to. 'illy BROWN'S inO.V BITTERS Stag Line 5FR0M ,. A. BEDA TO OWENSBOHO,S BEjYMETT, Proprietor. nmltliig Andthow trouUtd with nerrmuntsi bjr tilting from cars or orerworkwlll h rcUoved Neuralalc Persona " IsE M Mu.Ut'' "liBaBW Jlrotvn'a Iron Jiittera. qcduIbo iu trade mark and crowed red Itooe on wrapper. LADIES Ourcs Indigestion, lllllousiies, Genuine dans recommend It. All ilcal'.in sell tt. wrapper. bejtraile murk mid crosud red llucion rla,Nerouues, und (lenernl Dcbllliy. r)Iu, l'li)s. Mala. Vast Book Stand, Mu.lo aun,i Allan Stand. A'buin Stand, table Stand. Flover Slun.l, alw Uinu. t tiiiv, larlor IJbrarj, Ultu. hUtlmuiry ami ( heck.r i tiid and KaseL Hard wood. rubtMnl nnhh, hrlulit S h fwt. Uslght tilanilrd, Ml llu hi a. Weight li 11.3.1 lV- K, ,1'lUe. 5, Ita III shlt.-- II II. Wiuhlngiuu HiKKt I II I II l , u,.iun bltuni slaurrs. !.. ,l Nwdlng a tonic, or children that want building up, should take MHOWN'S IIIUM 1IITTBBS. It Ii jiUojiant to lukc, cures MaUrU, Indlgti-tlou,nlilllouincst. All dealers keep It. Use Ilrown'H Iron Hitters. 1'hrilclmu recDMiincmi It. jwr bottle. Oenulne All dealers keep It. tl bos trade mark and crowd red lines ouwrupper. vou ovHPKrsi.i price paid for country produce. Highest Good Passenger accommodations. Same old price for rich and poor$J. 00 each way. Your patronage solicIfiJ&sJlfl ited. Idlf: