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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ME PARIV 111 THE mm CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, IERKS-- $,,.5 Fer Annum, Id Adracce. CM $1.25 per year. found. PrieesrcTsonitlilo. ftis .nil i2;H VOL. IV. HAHTPOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892. NO. 33; $5&. PROFESSIONAL CAIW. e State Directory (imemor l.ieiiluiitit H.1TI I. V IIroi.li II. I Attnine) (Irnrttl ,,t lr) Iminmr. til Mull' W ,.M .1 c;.Air..nl .II.) I ll.ii.lrnk II. ' ..I. (! .Wrinnti Tm.iirir ItpgiMi-- r ..Ilenr) ..(I. Huunyn of L'lli.lnill. Ailjutiiilliitiend.. Hut. I'ul IM InMrii. liot . Cl.ik I'liUn 1'rliiler Ill' K .. ..I.IIiikk I'olk .lohiumi ' Tli.iiii.i.n AiLlniiii UMDTrMR KENTUCKY, IIHII 1 1 IffilVp SPRING- SEASON, 1892, - rS! "Ed-vyin J. Eo-w- ATTOKNKY AT LAW, HAUTFOUD, - - KENTUCKY.., JAK,f,llt.RS. C3-lon.- Muz ccvitty Circuit Court anii.No.nnoi'l. JiiilH l'oiiiiiH.iiwiniltir Clerk Drrjascrornr. tin' llli Mouilu) In May S.wil cjIIwiIoii., Will prnrtlop llirlr .rnfo.nlnn llmll llie.'ourt. Ohm nml mljnlilns eountlr., mil routl orAi.ur.U .ittrntion pimi to rruauml .nil HAUTFOKD, KY. (OflTio, oter An.lciHonV llaj.r.) mwyaf m -- 3z "T7vrod.ding't l.t. . wrtiMno, Atturhi'y I.l'l.illie .rli. uilj t'oinmlMloner COTriTS-Z- " J Attorney- ' CCVIST. j I llnrduli It J I' Marten "V.'V,".' "'; ' James ml' tl.erltf Jailer i niirlriihtriMi. I A llpfk '..'J '". Ilnnnn HulliMuk H J .!' Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, A.. Smitli, KY. Appfl. tin- - li Muinli) in cs-."r.- r. arli month in ,'l Jlr I'1oiii';ii Jaiiiury, mid Wirt I.I. .omen.. Cs-Az- mnl Hi t ti.lr. Hi.' .'.ill Mi.mt.iy ('mill light' lmiu.it). iIm. I.t MlilIh) ef Claims. o. in I..I-- T Juplii ' t tmrtk In 1. in Mur. I.,.lui. .'I't. ml i r i..i I ).' .'ii.li i , ii" ilili'iiii'iiKtii'll. iiiiin i J rt Tnin.r, .'.. 1,1, i, I Mi Kit, ill. ), 4, I, .1, I I lll.bll. .r TH First: E G-i-rr- es j.' I J i (II W 'l)lurii.n-l.il.l- i' I' ". I MM.I, I, It, . Kumll, 14, IS, II. II. I. . l, 1 ('I. I.. I l',l.l..'Mil.i, .', I, I. I. 111, Mil-oii'oll-ti.- a LACE its OiJLstosCLezrs tloLe -- Will (.rattle. h'i profenion li Ohio liiKKiuntii"., nml tlic rontt of Rttrntloh ulrni lo rollr. Iloof . Officr nortli mil.' piiMic i"tlrc. n.l n.ljoin. spC!k t3 71 f i:. M.t'KFV. G-yxffy 3z "Ringro, li. ii. itixno. Attorneys at Law. mutt, of Ohio Ainladloinipc oiiutim, ami In Supi rlor Court mnl Court ofAo. ml". Cnllrrilou. i. nil nil Iru-u- l liiilnp. ntlrntlrd to. llffllP, .No. , OUT AlllltTMIl'll Iliu.r, Halt. iorJ, l."jr. M7I Will J IBo-DrtIb.- ' 1 KAktl.H 1'tiMvi.r. Jit (.11 liuiiiUm, I, .', .', W rajtin ui.stiil.l". rut) Hi hiM ti, t, i, ;, ;. I Perry Westerfield I'lOliilil, it i ; I., ., '., . .'. t..ii'-- ::- haetpoed, W ATI0RNE7 AT LAW, jsrsr. inn, I.... I V Ui.oilnul.l, ItOHl' it, I., p. II, II, l.tl.t.ll . Hi, w.'i. . ". i. It II. M I1 ( w ll r .1)i. Miilir iiii), II, I", i oiifi.it li. It gives you Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots, Shoes Attorney at Law, III roller Court. Hiti m lux rn.mnmi.-J .1 Ohio nml Mil I..II, jtil.;. ; S I' innr.lml inur'luil l) lor, Rlhli I, "title (OmceliiCron.lcr Ilulldlnir.) prnotli'.' hi. irulrwlon In nil the court of mljolulnx t utintlrs. A I no Notary rnrtlj N Ki.BI.WIlr.- -.l lUktii.mi-- A iiottftli.il. Iiiilllm1. I' tnnlrl, jllilcr, J I. II Ihi.oii,)ii., H.lr.l, jii.Ik., I Jii l ll'.lliMi, I W rituin ., Hats and Caps. Why is it that 1 am giving you Suspend "your Suspenders prices? It is because I buy the lowest cash jay iilicito and sell I!t'.t (.otlon. t ll'nH- -J Hciivv Ciltun Hf-- t Tifkiuj,'. .'. . Hoct Koil Tnlile cl.itli IK't nil Linrii TnwcN Hot Dies'-- (inml'i. IJi'M I'ins Ili'ft NciiIliM .... l.c-. 2Jm Xjm hi, kii'Ki. Kiiki IN I.I, Jti'li . Ii. pim. Ii C Ciunilir, JiUKf, i.ttil.tl. (Iltn-r Will priutl his prorM.ion In nil thn Courtn or Ohio mi, I iiiljnlnlnif iniinlif", nnd In the Court ot Hartford, Ky. tppc.iK Spxinl attention Klu-- tocollecllou. Ollii'.', uirr Williiimn, llrlt Jt Co', ilrnntorp. A'lTORNEY AT LAW, IKCeaTrrin, t'liiinl) MIHrrri. ... ?.h..ol'iip.riit 1 Acm ui)i.r or ri.tii-- r r.-r3- . .. . . ... (' intent . I II H il.on . W rurrnit J... II lll'llrr. . J U llru.llf l :svc . .. for cash only. .... ... .... ? and "When this fair ladies you will see, I know you always think of me." .10c .l.-.- ' ....."( (i.'c ."lie 1 I n, V.. iGiitlliiiiiU) nVik IM.I'.-lor- . rlluri'll.Sitlllll. in C '"inula)imiiilli iiioiiiiiis. li miIiIhIIi-wIimi- i rttri' tltll'l nml iU.illi"iiliooi lit MnirHSiiin.'nilur Man'' Hii'jienuW Man's Man' er c g; of White Goods bought at (inods Gnud-- i one-ha- lf ?.' v mIi iXw w s what they cost to manufacture. .... .... .;.. .r)l,C ''J"r IK'lc .ManV up In $1.00 Apron Goods Hi t h I. l. 1.. (hilrrh J)iiiiiriiiiiKuii. uUlii lirt.l hi. I'jl. , I'.lMur Alplni lli-J S Hir'.riiiiuiit'JiriliK'k V. V. Clmrrli.- III "i'h limn tit !lilullii ktlli.liy nr) rmii.li) nioiiiinic lli'. II. II. IliiiitUl Imrrli. mil fun.la. I rn,i knii -wf ('i.l.t-'xtiii- i'rr nnmli) IVImi in. lotiiHi hrt m.'l'i n'i If l.oul lit Mi , ivuti.l "iittir-dK- t .... , hi, i I'M't) ililiili'ili"oliit 'J iii I'tr Ih'iul l'. l -- ..vc ami up Sv j ....l.":c A nice young man, A lil.in's li::t . with stylish nil- lliiiilMtn.H) iiii.iiitii mill inulit ,itlilNittt'i'liiHil Kit u'clo, k . h H" J J rlrinniif I'n'lor lliiillt. flr- -l nml Al4 ll ino ll i tliti' l'in iv1 um.wiiiiin, a iviiwn iniwjuuguimlAlMnt niinVlnt o sii vonr (Miiidrnn wo ' A mini's hat T I.' ll 1 1 ,1c A man's lint. hat, is surely every ladies pet. White White While While White i.ic White liic )C Cinuils (Joodrj GomU (inoilii .... . . . . 8Jc 10c .to 81.00 a vurd Hie rlri-ssiw- i. fiH OPLUISVILL Cini.iiiiKN A CliildV A Cliil.l's A CliildV A Child's A Chilli's Suit., Suit. Suit rirx, ahi: ." to This is what you must have .i.oo Hosiery for Ladies. i -, ."Of ' 7r,0 DENTIST. OFFICE OVERBED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. 81.0(1 i 1 . ') ll:! Suit. Suit. . 1.0.S A Child's Suit A Child Suit A ChildV Suit A j. r.s '1m iikiii li:il A iiKiu's Itiit A 111:1111 hit A in.iu'-- . lint , tuaii s li it . . . . A iii.ii)i lint . ' "' ' '"' L.liu I.SSJ, ?! .nil ..() 2.1S Ladies Ilo'e. Ladies Hum' I ic PJ. l.ni.ii:iltiU. Lndit1 .iilina I ItioO 5 10o '"'' I.i0 Litdiei Hom'. Ilo-- e ,12ic 15e U'Ac 1715 A. J. SLATON, M. D., and MMPHIS, ULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, IIIOM AND TO l.riNVII.I.i:.Ht.MlaIIIN,Ylt'lKIIUKH . iiaton uo()i:,iinii m:v ohi.ka.m-ll Jl.'llllllllk. The Quick and Desirable Route ID A.NII IIIOM Nuu Vi.rk I'Ii!Iii'.IiIiIii Hnltiii'.iro VWIiiriKtiui .Nnrliilk (11.1 I'.iint I'li'tilnrt KU'liniiimt IIiiIImIii CU' Mil i ml Title. In Cliiii.Kn Imllntiiioliit CilK'illlHlti l.llllil.i!ll' Cnstorn and Northoastorn Points mnl Mflinilil Vii'knlnirjc IIhIimi KniiK" ll.it N.'U Orliiiii Mnl He l.tttln KiK-SprttiK" rt,"l i'l'il 1" Wi'ft Ti'iuie.- MU.iiiii i'0 Trxni" ArlHii Litulrliitiii n'tiil tl e Sniitli mnl Silt Lile ric A: others It will do you iood to Lailie'; Never since Ohio county, has All SilK (not in yet, too early) been a county, have Goods boon, see your sons in line clothing for the price you have been sold at. such a bargain as at this one-ha- lf When in my store it makes you paying. time. smile to find out what the Trade A Youth nit $' ", T f.v Vm. vn,, .oo X (IKIUU UIIUO 1U ) Wll. The time has come, that Ladies A ViMitli Milt A Vniiih suit '"0 A l'uir Man's want White Goods, Edgings and A Youth Mtit !)0C i1(r Mali's Krugan A Youth A J'nlr Man's liioyau .... .S1.2.i0 A ran- .Man Jsrogan Laces for trimmings,so come to the A Youth suit .i.uti L.'iO and up to. 1.00 A I'air MiinV line Shoes store and get prices of such as you A I'air Man's fine Shoes 1.50 A I'air Man's line Shoes .. want. 2.00 JKANS PANTS from 75 to A I'air Man's fine Shoes ... 2..r0 iCdfsings le .').(I0 aii'l up to .. I'Mings ....lie 81.50 at, Kahn's, the only house you IvlKiiiK! ..i.e Jv'p" can get them at your own price. Look at it! Good for anyone Sizes ironi .10 to o2, always on I'Mmi!"-10 who conies to Kahn's. hand. l'Mjiiii'-I'JU Ho-e Child's Suit :'2 .1.00 Ladies Hum Ladies lime. Ladies Un-- c Ladies Hose. Physician & Surgeon, now locnUl at trofpyiionftlHfrTic'p' to tho people (JrHjflon an J mljoming counties. Office m rti Nik'p, (the bt HaJoQ projMrtr.) Mljr Fonm-rl- of MilUootl, 2.'c . oTie SECRET ORDERS. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No, Vt iJepartmrnt of Kcntticky, ini'ptant Ilnrtforil, Kjr ..second Sftturdnjr lu rai'h iiioiiiIihI 1 r. M. C. M. lltixcrr, Captain. .1.1. 1,. HoHr.SeiKrant. Sons cf "Veterans. O. J&. -- ,lc Hrn-ra- -- I i 7.r)C "i.OO . . 7R. - a . . I'.'..")!) . . . . . . . , J.Wr.iGoiMLL roil, 'n. 8, Department ot ky, lnoetH cTirjthirJ Huttir.lM at 1 o'clock p. ., In Court-HomLeilchfii'lil, Ky. 1'. 3. llii'Mi.Com. 3.A.McSnr.ar,AdJ. I'HriToi Moaro rot No. 4,l)ppa,tinentof Ken tiiek), inppt. pfpry Saturday UTore the aecoud at Sun.l') at 10 o'clock a. m. In tliecourt-linu.- e llartronl, K). J.C. Cn.xniiiM, f.C. . ,i-- J.M.lliiliur, Adj. .i- - ! i K'lljinp. lCiljiiii).''', ' ' SOU I'll WiST. i Tliuliio tlmriiiiglil.v Htii! Hut oltin ciiliilltinii, locllruil i'itiii'i'il nml In irniih'in oi.ul Tiiiliif by ilif l.uiiltril K.ti l,illl.llle ONI.Y A MOIIT' KIliK liuUii'lt mid .MeinpliU, vmI tlio llct nnd .tilili'fi narvlcu bvlcn tint tw ritli'Miviriillori'tl Tlckrli,TiiiH'.'tiil'li, liMil HrrniiBi'linMil in Unv mhJ tlirmuli nirf A rKATL'UK It" tlllltllllll Hllll CltllMllll'llil' AgriKnt .ronriil llrntrr imin.or liy iil)lnii I" W. mill nil I n '. !. What is nicer than a stylish pair Old and young come and help of pants on a young man when he me laugh. 1 have them and will goes to see his sweetheart? Come! to the trade Palace and it will fur-- 8 give them to you. A mans suit :!;;; nish you a pair out of the immense A nun's Miit .voi stock of 1 )()' pants. A man's suit Kilt . the line?t and Cheapest ever slioun in Oli'm e.miiLv at I lie Trade Palace. ..... ..liu' HPASLffQ 3 ft a o GT? S g" P "1 oocooooooo I 3 05 3 3s S' S o I - " p H -:I ' 5 W ?r -- 5 Twt Bottles w i2. P n K y July, C'ibboix, I wm inffortug 10 yeaji from hoeki la my head, to muoh io that at time I didn't expect to rccorer. I took madldaei from majjy until I took PMtor Koenlg! NerTToato;theteooal doM rellrred ueandabottteiooredme. 8.W.PSOK. Newpobt, Ky., Febnuuy ao,lW. , ilokly and tety nerr. For many yoext I ao that the leut tblim would frighten me, oui, ao and my ileep waa nnr.fre.hlng and I weak aa to be unable to do any booaework. 1 and depreaaed. Now waa alwayi eTerytnlng ii ebanged. Faator KoenU'l Nerr Tonlo Ci bottlei) baa helped me: I am like a new (eel contented, feraon, eaa work, eleep well and every oppoUila medicine at kUaSABOUT rtunity Cwel Iler. VI I., U. W.HTtoilT.Gin'l fm, AtLLniiiille. St. A TKX. It. II. I.WVINVII.I.K.NI'. l.l'IM & louisTille, U. Louis . Tint MV. No. .'.I, iiiiiiy. ailway. I, HrllKllULK IS KKKIXT v. Ni...M, A A A A A A A A A man s suit I man's suit iiiiiii'm suit iiiiiii's suit man's suit man's suit man's suit mini's suit man's suit " 0(1 I1'1'1 v (1(1 J'."., . :...:.. ..i in Jtllll "'' l''"''1 ., Jiiiinr - $1.00 !.."( A ' A tair.ol' pants. 2.00 2 .' & s n 3 S o re I I 1 m ltl'tiO ' ' ,r', IS.CiO ... ,,. , Sl'KUIAL: III to III. liven suit win runted as inpresouteil , j in l,,,!r "'" l"1"1"- A p.tii ol- pants. A i.ih of punts. A pair of auts. A pair ot paiil-i- . .a .,.,;,' ,,i niihtj .,,,r.. '.,,, " A pair o' pants ni ."id 00 2. as l-- s !S.24 .'l.r.'l w ts 4.08 . .".00 (!.()() ,i O i. i -, re lwl.UI .saioiiiiooiti1 ''www";nrT inn w ,!-- !-' WKSTIHlUNH. I.uulinillp Writ I'olnt llrtimlriiljiirK llllil). and up to 8.00 rionroit thvnilro SpotlKullr Ar. llrn.lrrii.in IdIiirIoh t.'l'llf ll"x.lt lIllHI'I'Vlll.' I.fw ijMirl in, K.I I n. in. J.I7 a. in, It. II it, in ln.il n, in. lull n. in, inn ti. in, H'tt ii. in .'. in p. in. i .m i. in. 1:1 .. in. No. !ii, 7;n a. 6ii 'ii. 7.JU . ?e -- A Valuable I look on Merrotu io tllaeaaee Mm ire caa any aililMaa. alw obtala and poor patlenu tlila mediclno freo of cliane. remedy baa been prepared by the lUnrend Tbli Paiior KnenK. of Fort ,W. n. Ind byaluceiriaad the la tow prepand underbla dlrecUou FREE in 07 1. Ml. in in li.io .. in Id tup. Ill, in .11 p. in i . t:i7 n.jl T Giving you a lew prices of our goods we arc sure that you will come to us, examine our immense stock in every line, and give us your trade. Connected witli other liouscs, having buyers in New York, Philadelphia and Itoston, we are able to buy goods in larger quantities and at lower prices than any other house can do. We buy strict' y for cash and sell for cash only, and by trading with us, you can get the best goods in the market, the latest styles and can save 50 cents on the dollar, therefore, come one, come all, to I I KOENIQ MID. OO., Chloagw, III. SoIdbyDruniatf at 1 per UotUe, IteH IjtrsaSlie.Sl.TS. 0 Hot Ilea for a)0. 11.11 Il..'i i in. IJJia .No.M, I'm1) KiHT 11OUN0. lml). 7:15 il .'. llf lulorsoii HlK.IUvllk. JluriiJoiu ii. in, 'I: l'.p. hi ii. in, :i J7 p. in. I.il'..ll llnni-HVlll- J7m.hi. Uirln.in, V.'IIii.iii. J'i.. p, p. 'i7 p. ti.ri p. 7.M p, .', in, III, Ill IL', (.111 ClocrK.rt IrtinKlo Ilniii.lriil.iirit Wrul l'nliit .Ar. l.oiiiMillo McllllKIl Hint ii, in. I'lidll. iu II.OJii. in, ll;'."iii, in UM p. in. I ("I I', in, Ti In 7.11 ti'i l in. in, 1, in. p. Ill, p. In. m Ohtnincd, and nil VAIM1 htht-- v 0111 j8hc i H.111M In tor HOOHIA'IK opl'nile I lie l h I'nl.'til liHiif mnl n... an .ii inn. I'ulrnlk ill 111.'. -- II. ou IIihii lhic lUimli' lionl .'inl MUOH. OltAWIMI r ll.l.f.(i7rN I Hull) 1,1 inu'iilioii i.uiIm' m Hi luliiil nl.ilit fiifiifiliiiiBeiiinl nriuakc .Mi t llAltUt IM.I.W l:il k.1 - ."AM.f.'ffi hoi iiiiuiiii mltiiv lirii.: inl irlcl.mt'a tu ctinil illciili in join ."'ii it ('."inly I Hj or i.nvii, uriii' in I ;.. n'i Tnalim No. M hiuI .No. !'i liuki' iniiini lion nt lrviiiitoii(s1yi.lay tiri.ptt'il) nith ll ill ""ii l.'.nif ille, liar llnW.uri; A UVMviu It. II., ml nii'l wrul Imiinil. Kor fillllil r liilorlii.illi.il, ii.Mr. II. I", MOItit'i:,llrn. IVrAit'l. ' I.i.iiIhiiII.', IC). Hartford s lm pLm ESZjtj31JLTv de Palace p lroprieton:- - 'Jaunt r I'nliii (lltirr NLIiMkiln f! iii.iioe O aaajjaen. waPV Ulllouaneas, FO TIIK WiCD. dictation an) Wcakoea, Malaria, take b- Il cure qi :My. For aaU niedlrlnp tb avnulns. BnO'WIt'I ITIOM - all dealert W OEIUM i andWblsltcyHablbj cured at hi.uo with. outpalu. Hook of pa r tlenli.ru aent FREE. ll.M.WOOI.LKV.ll l. '.:. for iiiat Contutns One ltHiidre.1 liiit ilcllcloiu t'endr ilienplv mid quickly ut lioinc. i lilt iHio'tlt tlwiiuwuyutdrug und uciierul .lure. HITTERS ALMANAC Vor 1N1KI Itetie HtStttMl -- rfrtBjBbWfSH3rtirtSHsrHbEeEr . ' ..Ysurs3E-xnjsrs.,Ksnf- f io.iMiio-ti,i.ig- .., -- ah of ui.idi, Wo havo Jieveral casefl of measles in UNION KINDERHOOK. ' WmIW Slovens, who Inn Iipon ff ii AfnUnf tlift fiirniPM nro hovovcr,(nii(I we ny it with duo rc- - our community. tezxr and are limy pre- - ' fined to his room for about it "wek ' Gus Ivccne of this place is low with burning plant-bed- s sped for the 'dignify of the olllccs t FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1802. with la grippe and bronchial lion' Ie, paring for n laige crop, consumption. they fill) wo consider a pioco of unB. N. Coombs, of Sulphur .Springs, is better. Wesley Sloven has a sown precedented impudence. Dr. A. U. Bycrs, ono of Grayson's vcar old owe that gavo bit th to tin 1'CBLtSIIKD KVKHY KMIDAV MOKXiNO. If you gentlemen desire tho testi- politicians, lias been low with la spent last Sunday in Kinderhook. N 'II h i Iihp.i .Mis. Alien lingers has returned to fine lambs last niir'it. mony oTany citizen, why don't you grippe for several weeks. j v lot iji.M.11.UAH MF.TT Wllon ami I'ropi Ift r.. proceed-ia very profitable ewe. she hn noii the proper manner and Prof. J. Bosson, who has been in her homo in Ilmtford. r' T t f t-''. I sew, . Dr. Biissello Pirtle, our popular twelve lambs, lie h isnlie nv you will get it. But is tho truth Louisville for a year, came home n her; nl I Is it not, rather few weeksago and has opened n school i young dentist, spent Satunlay and ty five pound of wo i' y"dU nre after? -At the close of the lnet fi?ciil ycnr what is a twenty live dollai w rth I l..r lamb that you are attempting to whip tho at Fallen Hock,Grayson county. He Sunilny in Kini'crhook, Itu in the .there ncrc 01,320 devil around tho stump? If you has a largo attendance. Prof. Bos- very entergctic young man. and U en nnd ha five at home. Tlieiv is i United Slide?, or one for about every S.B.F. really desiicd to ferret out these vio- son is a competent teacher and tho ricavnriwg to mnkc hi mink in the money in sheep raising. one thousand of population. lations of law you should hnvo begun it school no doubt will surpass tho ex- - woilil. W. T.ol(ENNEY, ' Mrs. A. C. Kllis attended chinch monthStohd uionths ngo and they would pectatiou of its wannest friends. Nor fiiucc the iliiys when Boyct's have been .stopped longpbeforo n g Married, Bucll Wilkerson to Miss in Hartford lat Sunday. is ' spiritthe swayed eloquence Kl Crablree spent Sunday above people felt compelled' to riso Alice Kosson March, 2, the former is ual depths of Hartfonl'd people, has BEAVER DAM, KY. Well he in theii majesty 111 mass convention a resident of Grayson, the latter re- Hartford tho guest of any series of meetings efl'ected such s of these sides near here. Miss Bossou is a sasheweiit mi but and call for the suppression Vfill be in hi office Iroiu the fust glorious Jesuits ns have aliendy been 1 hear IT in the loth of each month. Of weddiu,; bell". evils. But why this unusal mode of fine lady and has many friends in achieved at the Cumberland Church. tico J. Allen Anderson and wife have teed.over Bank. All work guaranprocedure? Is it possible that the this neighborhood whose best wishes Puces reasonable. The sermons are powerful, the Chris-tain- s ! returned to Mrs. Tanners wheie they County Attorney and County Judge arc for her future happiness in earnest, sinners interested will make their future home. A. L. Phipps called for his mail arc so grossly ignorant of the law and the spirit of Hod made manifest Mis Gertrude Mills has returned that they do not know how to bring n Satuiday evening, being informed at ever euiniii together. citizen properly before them? Why thcic was no mail for him, he walked home nfter a week viit to friends and relatives in Hartford. do you not, through the oflieers of out with angry countenance mutterMOVED. Mrs. Bettie Maplo is quite sick, the law, issue a summon for us if ing nbnut "that girl tit Hartford." We' have moved our otlico from the do you We would mlvUc "his girl" to be Mrs. James A. Baird i reported betyou wMi 11s to appear? Why reCollins property to the house former- summons parties vou know do not more prompt for four of Ins committer at thi writing. Mrs. V. D. 1), A ' ly blown as the S. A. Williams fur Stevens U slowing improving. patronize Blind Tigers? Why do ting suicide. niture store, where c Mi nil be plead you not summon lhoe who do diiuk t Fordsville, is at Willie Gray, l.ast weeks ur.i't'iit tew contained "vVrile Conic to see ed to see our fiieuclH. more reading matter than it was ever liquor and who you have reason to tending Prof. Hosson's scho'il, us. If you me not a suhfcriber.coinc believe do patronize thN illegal tiaf-fi- e known to before. May it continue Wallace Davidson and wife wi If you are a subin ond subscribe. to be interesting, with its entergctic and who could no doubt speak ot start for Kansas in n few weeks. & scriber, come in and pay up. If you specific cases? Do you feel that in Wishing the Hiii'i'iiucan success editor until it can bo said that it is ' are a sulisciiber and have paid up, speaking of these violations of law we I remain, the most intetcsting paper in WesLilly Bkll. of th: Cdit;; wish to see you, Stitsment come in anyway, we GttAssiioiTKit. tern JCcnlucky. havo incidentally said anything that besides j oil ought to send the lli or iin:- ROUKFORT causes you to feel that you have not BEAVER DAM. I'Uiit.tCAN to n friend or so. Eugene James, Morgantown, has discharged your oflieial duty? Have R PI!' March VI, The play given heic We highly appreciate the encoura shoe that pinches? If so, been in town for several days. last night fur the benefit of the Ma HAH extemleded wear it. Do yon mean to try to agement the public has Miss Patteison went to her home in sonic Oidn wa a sticec. and was us. Our viibscriptiun list h rapidto Al lln- - CliHi- - ill l!illui'-- . .;niitrtr bulldoze us and frighten us from the Paducah to spend a t'w days. enjoyed by all present. The players did 11. ls;. ntiil to l!n- ly increasing, our advertising colQuite a little party attended the en discharge of duty? Then you me umns are liberally patronized, and mistaken. Do you mean it as a men- crtaiumeiit at Beaver Dam Saturday great credit to the piece being the best .Intl. I). I SI)'.'. amateur players we ever heaiij. We those who liavo iob work ha.'e learned ace to the freedom of the pro-siArc inht. HKSoTl.VKS. don't see how they did so well, ns nil that we do good woik and are send- yon, too, the ollicers to wluxecaroa Mrs J. D. Duncan spent a week at Stil).7-II.Iof them had to work every day and Bill discounted ing 111 thtir orders. confiding people have entrusted the her father's homo in Centeitown .'.OtlO.OD I only had a little time at night for Benletate We hope by the .advocacy ot what enforcement of the lawpainlering tothe l.OtiO.iil) j Furniture and tituii' practice. If lames P. Miller didn't Bond we conceive to be the truth, and by Bling Tigers? D.J.Gibbs, Bockport, Press James I.:ill.li7 We can understand did? Our Town Debts in suit "T.'l.o'J j dealing fairly and honestly with all why our County Attorney would Louisville, were in town this week as-- enjoy the play, who Marshal says he had the best seat in Expen-e- s paid ."I'i.'Jft merit in part, at least, a men to take such a step, a he is one of the j sisting in closing out the store of L. vv !,.'!'0.7:i ' the house on top of rear bench. I be- Ca-- h in safe of that support, and make editors of the cnW which has re- D. Gibb. They go to Bochcster and Ca-- h in ither bank- Iti..,j..(i7 lieve he did. Shelby Taylor , the Rkpuhmi'ax a model county paceived the condemnation of all the enter the mercantile business again played his part a Baker well. Mi-- s per. moral citizens, for the as Gibhs Bros and James. We wish Fannie Barne as a Yankee Girl wa LIABILITIES. stand it has taken in trying to defend them much success. splendid. Dr. McKinney as a Drunk-- ! Capital -- tock $:;o,om," THE HERALD'S DODGE. the Blind Tigers as he wants to help Quite a number of girls spentSunday ard, played real drunk, in shoit all Depoit. .V.),(i:il."i7 The Jferala' plan is by an immense it out of a "very bad fix". Do you at Mr. Cashier's and report a pleaant V.id well is the opinion of nil present. Due other Bank 'MvlH squirming ami gentlemen take this method to tanta- time. amonnt of quibbling, 'JIKOO W. T. Davis and Miss Elvira Dividend- - unpaid Mrs. Dennis and Miss Gesmies, iiihIIm- ,lli)!).(i:: . wriggling to create confusion, to cover lize two of your constituents, simply Young, of Bald Knob, viitcd friends Piolit its dishonorable ictroat.with the mud- because their opinions on certain Greenville, vmtod the family of Jft I7LCT2S. K3TJ :2ccr3 inrfrnrfv here to day. J. II. Barnes and C. !2,o;i.'.l!)( Reid. questions mnydill'er from yours? dy water, which, like the scuttle-liM- i, W. Pnrrott went to Loui-vill- c ye S. IC. C'OX, Bockport will give quite an enter But as you gentlemen luve deemed it has gtirred up,hopiiig,thcreby,tn esJTH'.V terday. U. B. Piniard left for Indiproper to insinuate by your farcical tainment on Saturday Mar.li). Every anapolis yesterday. cape the just censure of tho people of Hartford and Ohio county buncombe that what we have said is body come. Elii:. Uncle Billy Grav departed this i HIfor its compromising position toward not true, wo iMi to s.iv that you me rrniay, .waren ii, ami was our-ie- il " TAYLOR MINES. i the vioaltions of law it knows exist. know that tho Prohibition law U viola. Proprietor. at Liberty Friday. It can truly Seeing that my last did not find tho That sheet can never consistently ted, that disorderly conduct on the be said that a good old man ha gone. Ui'jltcal iricc paid for con n fry produce. street i not punWied and that parties waMe basket, I am encouraged to send He was a friend to call again for fair and honorable every one. He (food '((.sscitiicr tircotrmorlnfiona. Same old price for few more items. a in Hartford have paid the Governinasmuch, as it has persistHe was always social and pleasant. rich nnd poor- $ !. 0 ) t ich iray. ) our paruiag'e, aoliC' Our spring school ha opened conently refused to be either fair or lion ment for IJetail Liquor Dealer license was 81 years old. tied. its tieatment of this quesor else ducted by Mis Sue Taylor. She is which expnes June '!(), next, lOtf. orablein The company known ns the Beaver .. . .1 .If &i rjm. TMirLU varzcrtxjrzi ."z.rv J. Z ignorant of thoe thehe-- t teacher Taylor Mine ever Dam rt m-tion. This week it tacitly attributes you are gro.-M- y Mineral Well Co., ha, planted! . to the editorial columns of the Ilurun-i.icathings which the people expect you to had. fine young maple tree on their a:..- William Pierce was kicked by a U an .tlOll kW'j,HI,klJf an extract from tho pen of one kno.v and which eveiy man who -f.will encl oe lr i.l. awnej -V? mule while drving in the bank and lit and who signs him- efficient officer would know. ol our correspondents S:iia!!i C:!'.!?!, :::.:: pa Dick tence ami make a " self "A friend of good morals." rUUVILLC. KY. It is rather an unusii.il occurrence had ten of his teeth loosened. Long lire the BKi'fiiLiCAN, its parNow, we would inform the Jferald when a community is in the midst of Howe and James Carman killed dog ty and principles. Jack. that this correspondent is altogether a moral upheaval that the two officers, that was bitten bv the dog that started reliable and that should it become among all others, to whom the people from hero lat Sunday week, and was i. V IUknup, lrt, It IUxm, "jMiht. necessary he 'couhl subitan tiate by look for the vindication of the integ- killed at Horton. Several other dogi here and it is feared that by their unexcertificates tho allegations he has rity of the Of the Condition of tho T T T f V V T T ' f V f t V V- the end i not vet. made. But you me mistaken, Herald, pected, uncalled. fur and deliber Wo understand that Perry Wester-fiel- d if you imagine you will succeed in ate public action, place themselves . : iy'vr it ' will be a candidate for Circuit and not be rein a position which virtually identifies thus dodging the Hurrah for Perry! minded of your subterfuge. them, not with tlno who favor law Court Clerk. Flap Jack. You do not dare to deny tho chargand order, but with those who violate es we have made, yet you continue to law, and if such wherever they may At tho Close of Businoss WHITESVILLE bo and whoever they may be, find spnut forth your stream of hypocriDec. 31, 1801. .March 17. Mi3 Zetta Pate, Clo. sy at the same time pose as tho dewhen too late, they have made a misha been visiting her brother fender "of the people," ond such a take they have only themselves to verport, MEETS ALL DAILY KESOUBCE. at this place. We again re- blame for their folly. defender as you nre. . . .3 )7,nr,i.2s Loans and Discounts. Mi Liviu Wedding loft thi mornpeat our charges which so far have If we have done an injustice in v-LIL i:uf t J LU Ji.nmi.oo Beal Estate . . '. There arc parties tliua interpreting tho motive that ing for Bo'ine, where she will attend Furniture and Fixtures. . 1. .1110.00 not been denied. in Hartford holding Government prompted this unusual step, our col fchonl, Cafli on Ilnnii and in other Walter E.nly, of thi place and BinksWho denies it? Nobody. The uinu are open to the honorable genTO .LL. Hoover, Harnett Creek, Prohibition law has been violated. tlemen and we jjnvile them to Use 3f7,.'!70 were manicd Sunday. Who denies it' Nobody. The JJerald them freely in giving such explanaH:iing hotiirhi th l!i:ines- - of K. W. Tailor, I Wi to inform the LIABILITIES. IUrtlett h ill at thi wrieven says: "That thcie have been vio- tion a they deem necessary to vindi- p.iblic tint I will ii . a l)tiiiics at tho mid Imtv, S2."i,00l).00 Capital Stock Paid lations of the l'r hibitiou law wo do cafe their action. With this we respect ting, also little CJr.icio Brooks- i old stand, iintl al-- .i on hand l'.lC!(ilKS, WACiONS and wj..';i Heserve bund , Williain Bagdale died Iat night at Surplus Fund not deny." We knew you wouldn't. fully bow and submit the ca-- e to the J.'J.'iO.OO CAIiTS 01 lln latirt mid nio- -t appned innke. ALIKE. .'J!),2.kS.Men are not arrested for profanity, decision of 1111 iiiibia-e- d public opinio:'. the home of hi sou, Ellis Bag-dali Deposit Account forgot that tho Ilarlfiird Transfer is still to tho front in He had many friend, who sympadrunkenness or other disorderly con-- ' Imhalfof thodruuiiueraud travolinrpnlilie. Please S(i7,:i70. thize with the family in his death. duct on our streets. Who denies it? ITTRNTIGiS ,'iv.. mo a call- - TIIIIKK TU1PS DA A. CENTERTOWN John II. Baiini: Cnhier. Forrest Sutton and Miss SallieLan-haNobody. That tho Herald has written Horses, Imggiet irul wai;ons for salo or hiro at ill times. Sposla. March 1 MNses .Molly and Mary before me, Subscribed and sworn to Given to the Traveling went to Bockport lat Sundav up several of these "drunken carousattention given to all stock entrusted to my caro. .Fames, Point Pleasant, nro visitij The parents of this January 1, 1892 nnd were married. als'' and no arrests have been made, is Public. Yours Very Respectfully, relatives in town. Shelby Taylor, D. (J. 0. C. the lady objected to her affiance, but conclusive proof that the editor of that C. Xj IFZJE DZD, ZlZy. Pof. A. Lee Bennett has gone to the brave young "Loclnnvar, in paper does know that tlii charge is We take pleasure in 'ubinitting mxxMZJXTTzrzzzrx r ran jsirtzsrruzxt l wji-i.t- it e where he will teach a se'ect nrtmrwAnum inwn mii yjifi. iaa wjl spite of the threat of the old folks, tliis true. It has not advanced a single our fust annual statement to the step in the argument, has miserably school this spring. carried ofi' hi? la. ly love in triumph. public. We have now a safe a deMr.aud Mrs. Alfred Coffman spent The little Hod, Cupid, is still at pository as any in the Slate, and soand studiously failed anil refused to la- -t Friday with rel.itivei in town. of firm, corporalicit the work. Ani:i.i.. controvert a single point orchaige we 'vx.i .Miss It'ic'icl Adiliiigti.n will Cvicli Special tions and individual. fuct-w- c have made, mid in view of thcso t Exchange school, and Miss Ida Go 1. Ii c illections. our spring NO CREEK NEWS. ileum it unnecessary to iclia-- h bought mid sold on the principal pit' wi v ! . ik. V fti bey will in sti net n class in March 8, 18!)'2. Gloomy days and cities of the United States. further. inu-iii . L'i East winds are prevalent, but notOur contemporary has undo a misJohn II. Barnes, r. k,v A ifi. .W Luther James ami wife visited relthi, .spring is trying to A Piuo Lino of v fli m i Will Sorvo at all times INC. ' r wi take in his puerilea. tempt tostraildle (. r-rOi n tar atives hero yesterday. P F ft r in t assort her light.. Iain n stianger . . a public question of such vast imporTIib Filtsburgn Lamp l' yJ&fcv: 5s w Central in this section nnd very young, but Louis Goodall went to tance ami line, too, that hears directly jfrvw.x ig oi3c oi liiof e in Grove Sunday. a man noted for hi caue and effect on the peace and welfare of tho comtl at . . .. .. A J. Williams went to Hartford yesT....I'' way ot tniiiking toiii me tno Jtner munity, and it is with a ruse of minCakes, etc., always on lianii- seems to t e nn- and in any style. terday. day that the frogs singing so lively gled pity and digu-- t that thiukinir ished. It fecn's r, Kinderhook, would soon cause the grass lo sprinu Little I'Mna men behold hiisad - . to reach the Cream is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. .1. in Cans 91 up. I thought tin n new idea, hav- - j Down with tho Blind Tiger .ml oth9 Order. end ns loi EfK'TlL ing never studied cause and effect (jrsl- er iiiininralitic. I SO gocdnefs cf A Prof- -. Win.FoMeriind J.D.CoIeinan 3 so cIocly. Ho. 121 Main Street- Telephone 20a. 1 ; .. i. i TT ru. X 15 II I. 1" 1 were in town Hartford, to innrrow John Chapman - goin i5.H TS. every :til 3 t A FARCE. v, ii.m." vf The people are well plca'd with hi- - eouin, Of.'iiffifl Sarah Sanderfur, Tun Ki:iitii(.ii.'an, in the discharge Morton Bros, new mill. Ttieir limi- to see Kj ' wfa$BL 'and case t Hudson. linFA 1 LOZ3l niiiwiVj w of what wo conceive to he "the duty ne-; continue to increase, their woik married to a Mr. v,TiglJ'Jg!Krl m a r. r r Mis Myrtle Wilford i visiting of every icputablo newspaper," has giving satisfaction to every one. men I. c Mr. Ileflin's family. called the attention of the people to only care it requiu Although we havo dj'piirod of get Buy. Lashbrook w.i unable to fill certain "public wrongs" that exist in ting the State Lino hero, wo are not No. 30, Ladles' Cushion Tires, STRICTLY r r.nd wiping. Ha. I, Solid Tires, hi regular appointment at No Creek, HIGH GRADC. C'35.00 our midst, as wo had perfect right to envious enough to wih our neighbor, ' $05.00 falls out vllen the sickness in hi, family. Mrs. owing to No. 2, Cushion Tlras, do. Some of our corespondents have vi Ho. 4f Convertible Solid Tires, is taken off, not into B. Elizabeth Chapman wo had .y Hartford, the samu luck is ipiitc ill. $05.00 ijffTvik spoken of these things as they had a $85.00 cet as in other centraC. Crow is up again. Ho. 3, Ladles' Solid Tires, , W right to do, in fact, as every citi.cn No.4,C, " Cushion Tires, lamps. list Soniool the farmers uro busy burn-SHREVE. 905.00 has a right to do, cither in public or OUR .' in a new wick is a or- Mm eh lo, 1892. I have never yet ing plant beds, anil sonic gardening in thus 111 private. But it seems that Cushion Tires No bettor tnntrpr indeed msv discharging, what wo felt to be our seen in your valuable paper any hns been done. Jl this seems strange to ' machlnomadoat I The school at Chapman Schoo- ll'S .VJlll cwf from our towu.it seems in Warrautcd duty, v,c have wounded the dignity 0 wlio knows llOW trouble- any prlco. the last Monday in m N . unnxna though wo were sleeping wlulo others lr uo will ALI, l'AHTQ of certain ones occupying respoinib'o j ' r0 improving their time and are ad thi mouth, positions of honor anil trust, inasmuch Interc langc- Bicycle Catalogue Free. 1 1 K V j 10N0 vy f f viz Sucec. to the l!i:ri:iiMCA.v. vnneuig in llie worm as, tunc nuvan-cs- . its the County Attorney and CounN. I). P. i 1 hasten to inform you such called upon to ty Judge feel PlTTSUURCH B APS Co burBh, Pa, correspiiident not the cnfe. wo have sonic as enernotify us mnl our jiiov.t.--s xnox r.'"'.'.', rx.'.' -- .o x-."j1"...T!! i --iZtLTVlSS Tor-eraFOK IIISI'KPHIA o v . . i through the columns of a newspaper getic people in our miibt.ns you find ' Vmf Iron Illttcn. t 'II 1, COOT' N, MAGO. Happy an4 content U a lior.ia with " The ro.lt'ltl 0".o Ili.tti.ir riijilrliini rcfommcnil It. ' I lf nnd in Ohio county. i. to meet thcin at n ceitnn time .. i i . ,,.. ri,.-- . ) ' :' 'wi ' i n Ump vl !i t! e lljht cf the mornlnc i . T ' ' Lcup It. SI 01 pur l.ottlo. Occulae All I Match never finds our fanueis idle Calalosut-s.willt- i Kuchntcr Lamp Co , New York. l.'l.t ,J.V"' '"! place and slate what we may know liMtrarti' iniirkunJi ru.'i luilllueiioauraricr. Hwrtford Remrbiican ""S J , , i THE: I t I inwt-ofti- ces IS T1JE ONLY - m DSNTIST& PAPER "7 PUBLISHED IN THE s, iilj ill!! CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A Oav Load Oft lie Horse of Fertilizers just (Jar old Kolinblo Shoo Brands Load 1 ceived. Kates. call. ARK VOU or SUBSCRIBER? hi NOT ; TIockiok Co. you-foun- HAM" imnTrnnn H l ? ' SUBSCRIBE at once! mm; Ymis JOB WORK TO US, Ancl it will receive llespect fully, BARHETT ., 77;.: rr & ROGERS. Plil.-ll-C- g UIJULUI LJI RfiQPfl - iSteig .km SFItOll IJEDATOOWENSBORCS Csl.'ll - u, 8-- 'JlmM rkl'&Mt fexr w tt )j:'v m'.1?S!!V:!5iA;;;-- ' ' ' i j Iaw,-hou- ld were-bitte- I STATEMENT J. FAS Beaver Dam SIT t I S!IK;ssll i CASEBIER'S 'BUS u. u - ' . B,, S'SELB, ( P?opieev. 1 1 e. SPi'iritli 1 KCartfcrd, Bo-in- hii-in- cs nt-le- i. - M .''.' EUGENK'"gA88ER IJAKKKANI) CONKBfrTIONER. i lfff - 1 c. Ca-hie- -- with-taiidi- txh ' -- ..... y.fe ventions i,.SS.. 'rt'i :"Bt lJ .v HtbH yntflo, Ms, n Fo-lc- keeps pte lie ' m J& 'c it..i i'rni vou Blv (,;.. r,.s..,. urj c Owensboiro. LOVLLL Kentucky. Horses havi vour Fed, DSJOraO OY2L ss. XB ' 1 liy or nielli. Leave, iv host of ris ' your ' ' en ! uf v $83.00 i?. $85.00 CO., i, I ni 1 Irfli'lMHaHWlHM li I II II lilil II 'StZSSLOCTS rrr a :nfK&9BR9a FAIR BROS. c&CQ ffHIGIPTMri PERSONAL. ColUphraoritS. " At tho Baptist Sunday. School last In Hartford College- Chnpel, by fho - ' Entortainmont" FAIR BROS. & CO. REGULATORS, CASH RECObftiZfO is Judge Baird is no hotter. Sunday the following preamble and ClaW in English Composition, Friday J. P. Thompson's youngoU child Bcsolutions wero offered by Judge 0. evening, March 2fi, 1892. W. Maio, oxpiosiiig .the, esteem in wimt we ho Around u. quite sick. which Prof. J. D. Colenmnisheld by the School of which he has been such nn efficient member Wiimiimh, Wc have learned with mingled feelings of regret and pleasure that our esteemed Superintendent, Mr. J. D. Coleman, is called fiom ourmidst to accept h responsible' position in the Public Schools nt Finukfort, and Whi:i:ah, It 1ms, therefore, become nece.-'a-ry for Mr. Coleman to lesigu the Siinciintcndcney of this Sabbath School and to remove from lliiitfbrd, hiihomo for many years, Tlieiefbre be it Bi01,vi:d, That we tender to Mr.Colemnn our thanks for the nblc, faithful, Christain manner in which he has discharged the duties of the responsible position Musjc,ClioruH-r'CrookcdSpccfaeJd- Facts and Figures." r XMCBAKff. ECONOMIC OXJB MOTTO: And The PURCHASING Public As DAnOMETER Sell Stacks of Goods at a snialljprofit of rather than A Small HAHIFORD'S SAFEST LOW Amount of Goods with Profit Stacked on TRADING Placo. PRICES. Them. J. Emphatically and Undeniably THE LEADING HUSTLERS. Ws Ess; Everything in mr k Mssey Will kf sell We buy for CASH. We for CASH only, And its the true way to handle goods economically for the Consumer. -- Col. .J.S.B. Wedding returned from liviinsvillo Friday. J. L.l.awton, .South Carollton, palled on us Tuesday. 'iitil. liihl) is visiting hisdatigh-to- r, Mrs Mac Fair. .M.L.I lenvriii fiom returned Owensboro Tuesday. F.W.Voisur wont to (Jweushoro Friday, tcttiriiintr Sunday. Al Anderson has moved to liis mother aliovo town. Mrs. St.Chiir Walker and .Mrs. F. I), (iuffy wont to ltosiuu Tueslny. Miss Maggiu Hnrdwick is visiting frionds and relatives in Con.tr.il City. I.M.l'orlor and wife, Cromwell, visited tho family of C.C.Westrfiold Sunday. Miss Sara Collins started lo Cincinnati to puicha-millinery for the Bazaar. Mrs. A. J. Arnold, Ihll Kuril), is tho giit-s- t of the lamily of C!.C. ld this wcoh. I. I). Col.'irnn left Sunday fur Frankfort, t.i n3siimo in the High Sehroli of that City. s IM Dillman, Taylor Minos, and .mspnr i.eacn, ueaver warn, were in town Monday. Mis Fannio Urcmnvood, is her aunt, Mrs Smith, at Taylor .Mines. (riinnther. Annin Mis ,s IliMini,' Allen and I Ienrv Field attended the! onte-- l ini.iiiMit at Uu.ivor Dam Siltir-d- sr i.ight. .Miss Annio All hi, one of Hosinu's fair".! dies win has befit visiting her sister, Mrtt K.I). CSuffy, has 10 turned homo. w's o W'es-tcrfioMnd-isonvi- lle, I Anderson's Enznar, so long famous for Iluw!toeping only tho best andwmost Stylish Ureal r nn Claicuec Field. goods is now prcpariiig'to'surprise its many patrons with many iie.w.'rnPvpJtiGs-ufi- t Our Little orncs. .rvnimio Thomas, Some Girls' .... James Saiidcrfur. out," during the coming ymf mi; 'Ityyill Somo Boys ......', Corinne Cox. soon'Jbc time for these iicwlfabtlcg With all Music, Solo Nolo Her. Folks I've Known... Mnbcl Kimblcy. the necessary staples generally kept by thd Our Winter Visitors Bazaar to arrive, and- - in order to make Ileiiry Wcinehcimcr. Ma'tfie Bcuuelt. room for these new goods Sara & Me have Classmates .... Piano Duet Minnie Bowc arid heen Slaughtering Prices on all lines,,, for rinne Cox. days Aftcrwhile .... Willie Moore. several and will - continue our My Wayside Friends Nola Her. Slaughter Sale for several days longer, "Wait a Minute" .... Edpa Giifliu. so if you wish to take advantage of the Music, Solo Corinne Cox. Everyday Girls .... Etta Thomas. bargains we now ofler,visit the Bazaar and Things I Like .... Willie Collins. named below: . Sometime Minnio Bowc. take our goods at prices W Co: . which he now resigns Kiyoi.vr.!), That Ir. Coleman biought to the disehaigc of thoe duties a zealoiw, Chriitain heart, united to mental endowments of n high order mid that he has fully mot the requirements of his important trust, and that in nil the walks of lite we have found him a Christain gentleman; that we have noted intn as a young man of ability nnd character, though unassuming withal, and that we feel a deep feme in losing him, both ns an able Music, Chorus "The Merry Hearts." Herald plcaso copy. College whan Happonjngs. Wc arc now begiuing to realize that one inoro week passes away tlneo-fourt- lis of our school will have come to n close, and still none are in their relaxing work. We think every one will 'keep his "back bent" until they reach tho closing (lay. for All Calicoes, many worth G and 7c Dress Ginghams, worth 7J ami 8c . .. i jo,. Heavy Checked Cottons, worth 70 " " " njo and 6c Light " Stripe Heavy Shirting 8Jcand0c " Shirting, good, " 7c nnd 8c Toweling, worth Ific 5c yd ,6c " 8e fie " " " " 12c " 10c. common " 4Jc" 7e " 6c " 12ie" lOo " ' 3,1 "8c'"" 4c 22Jo Dr. Alexander gave Self-relianc- e good talk on tho school a last Fri- IN ANDA30UT TOWN. 1 Wo minis It FAIR BROS. Hartford Temple of Fashion, N.N.&M.V.R.R. wmSSB Kif V.t. !.. l.liH.4liprM. tiOiMi The piotractcd meeting that is be-ing hold at the C, P. Church, is pro- greying nicely. Bro. Kittrcll is preaching one of the mnt interesting, as well n the most forcible Eeries of' sermon1, ever delivered in Ilarllord. Who said there was not an . E. C. Society in llartfoid? .Yoiii correspondent attended one of their meetings pot long since, and find that . "Wo-uld:Fa3r "SToTjr the wiling Indies arc exerting thcin-H'lv- es to make it nil that a Society Xnvoestisratto. composed of such talented young la dies could be, mid are succeeding. The Euchre party U Mill in a high state, notwithstanding the protracted I wonder how many Jomeeting. nahs' belong? The cla in Knglish Composition Some boys are queer, they must under the care of Prof. Win, Foster have their way, or not at all. A cerTr , will entertain the public next tain young iimn in school became Friday n ight,2,')th. sincere-caus- e tc CO., Props. TKAI.SS l.KiVK RIUVKR DIM TRAINS (JOIMfc WEST. UU od -- II 7, li.lura. Of. . . .,, Mill .. i, tkai.ni 4 liprtai r.isr ! i.imit.aiir' " J. FRIDAY, MAKCIIIM, 1892. For cbaap fnrnitnre, call oa T. Morton. Tha Beaver Qsra entertain mat iru .a tnecaw. Call on Williams, BcU Sr Co., for fresh drupe, Sehapmiro has just reoeived another bfj( lot of Shoes. very much olli'iided not long of the fact that he was in u Our facilities are such that our will be fouuil quiet way, remembeied by the paterfor all good prict'i nal pnitiou of u certain household mot favorable to the buyer. thul 'twas time the fair young lassie Faik lluod. A Co. had tetiied for the night, and spites Ilomeuiber tbat Casebior A Burton iomioiie. Who? By not going back will give the beat ot uecommodatiou there again. dou't Young ladies think theie's anything to be lost by ia the way of Feed, Itign and Call and sea, and b con- not keeping compriiy with such young men. Such are a nuituiicc vinced. to iciety. J. W.Ford & Co. will handio this The string baud na out Saturday year tho Old Reliable night, and your correspondent was Mowing and Heaping Mncliinr? im- one of the lucky onc to INen to the proved, also rfifiairs for sirno with twjct strains of muic so Mectlr dis113 ;!t sulky hsy pkes. pensed. a. Cb.-mpi:l- two-slnr- FOIIDSVILLE. v The fino dwelling of VirMarch 0. Mrs Jones, of this place gil Benfrow, Sulphur Spring, was Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapojt Grocerwa'Btiickeu with p.ir.d)sis Snnd.iy burned last Friday. During the firo , rendoiing her helpless. ies ftT. J. Morton's. a bucket ujed in dipping water dropp- There i but Uitlo hop. of her re$1.50 buys a pair of Men's Fina ed into tho well and the heroic Mi-- s covery. Mil- S.illie Brown is very ill of Shoes at SchnpmireV. Annio Benfrow defended after it, rc lever. communications eovrcd the bucket and continued to Several good Di Wedding, nf Wlnlesvillc.was in fight the (lames. crowded out this week. town Monday. Mi. Louisville, who has You will always fiml just what While thoSte.uiier George StrrcK-e- r, been her eifter, Mrs Chandler, you want at Fair Bros. v. Co. was Iransferrinj the machinery ol thN place, litis returned home. Mis Jennie Stuin lias gone Eat to of James Cute fr.nn Iluni'cy t) hi Quinine for only 35 els an on nee at gel millinery for tiie Mammoth. Woolen Mill ul Owem-boro- , the boat EIIN Koyd and family left for William?, Bell it Co.'s Drug Store. sprung a leak and sank in forty feet Loui-vill- e l.it week, where they wiil Xo ouo can, or docs undersell it". ofwntcr jint above Ashhyburg on make their futuio home, Snpt. Mann, of the Owensb.iinaud Faik Bno. it Co. Green Hiver, and is a total los. Mr. Cato is the father of Miss.Sillio Cute Falls of Bough railroad, in company with several other gentlemen, left Anothor large shipment of Clotlv arid a brother of John B.Phipps here on the Dili to look out a route Bros. & Co. iag has arrived at Fair of ourtown. IIo ha many friends hero with the vicivof extending his road, J, II. James, ol the Bail road who will be sorrr to hear of his loss. which at present has its terminus at this place. Maixh:. Storo, will open general auction Notice. talcs lu ft fow days. FALLS OF ROUGH. All persons hiving claims against Seeing that your coricspondents aro Good Judge's say, that our Pi ices the estate of John Itnyal deceased, ssmli'.ig in tho news fiom every dion Clothing arc surprisingly low aro requested to produce them prop-o'- Jy rection, I will write a few items. Fair Bros, it Co. The health of this community is proon to tho undorsijrnod H. B. Carson will receive n on or befora June 1, 1SD2. This tolerably good. J. Died, at his lii.nie, near here, Josnew lot ol Goods to day. Call early March 17. J.S.R. WeddinS Adm'r. eph Satver. lie leaves u wil'o and and examine them. :3 at several children lo mourn his los. A Our little town is on u bourn. d Bargains in Clothing our competgentleman from Louisville bus fflTNAVILLE a large aiuoiiiit of timber here, itors never hear of until wo oiler Dean-fie- ld Tho protractod meeting at which is to be made in cross ties, and Faik Bros it Co. them. ws quite a success. Ilavo not will furiiUh employment for l.r0 men. Lascfield and WiUnn liavo dissolved For seed potatoos.Nurthoni Eirlr learned just how many conversions paitnership in thctnvo hiiciuees. Bose, onion sots, all kind field seed thoro wore. I will close by joining in with the and feed stuff, call on. 1. W. Ford & Bow B. F. Jenkins will fill his good people and baying: "Down with 3321 regular oppointinont at ion Sunday, the Blind Tigers. Wil.D Bil.U Co. March I), 11,o'clock. Subject to bo Th now furniture stora under the NEW DAYJVIUS. discussed: "Modern Fiction." management nf T. J Morton, the March 10. March, tlic aich enemy Charlie Dix, of Whitosvillo spent modern groecrvman, is doing n big of old people nnd poor cows, is getting Sunday in our town. in its unwelcome blasts business. Call and tako a look at tho Allen Brock will leavo in a few Mrs. Fannie Bhickloek is suffering belt assoitcd stock of furniture in days for tho East, whore he u'll purfrom n severe attack of the grip. Xrtt-t- ic Jhii part of the country. Boswcll has rheumatism. chase bis Spring stock of goods. Trip Cookscy and Miss Susan Danby llio namooi Taylor Davis A boy Mr. Chowing has bought tho Thorniel were married at the residence of lodged in jail hero one day this ton property. Mr. Stockton, of the bride's father, on the 8th inst,, eek for stealing an express puk-g- e Whitesrille, has sold his house and Bcv. G. Bean oflicialing, A spring term of school will open at Beaver Dam Iat Friday. His lot hero to llonry Thornton. New Bayinii", Apiil I, under Miss Miss Clark is teaching a splendid at trill eamo up yesterday mor?iinp Merlie Graham, before tho Connty Ju(!f0 and vras school at Sour Wood. Asbury Iluriison hn sold his prop continued. The selmnl at ffaynesvillo in bring erly to James Lanhutn. li, P. D.iy, of Barrett's Furry, bus moved to Miss Jott. Mim Mnudo Sanllers hss seenred a taught by Evnusville. Sunlord fireeu ami famThere will bo quite a good position with tho telephone exchange ily hnve been viiting relatives near at tho close of tho Daane-fio- ld Ad.iburg lh' past week at Oweniboro, and her brother, Cecil, school in April. .Mr. A barn raising ami quilting, followKing contract with W. A. has ft four-yea- r ed by n social nl night, afforded quite taught a good sohool. The many friends of Mn. Gunther. tho young Anderson Morrer has rented his nn entertainment for Sanders and her family will be nf this community at the resiproperty to Mr Early. n. dence of Coleman Daniel's on the 7th pleased to hear of their merited A. II, Nam bloc. inst. rn-lle,in-lapur-dinte- and worthy Superintendent of tbis day morning. Sabbath School and as a vnluablo Prof. Lytle's talk Tuesday morncitieti. ing was enjoyed by tho school very Bi:"Oi.vr.i), That wc commend Mr. much. Coleman mo-- t heartily to tho good Prof. J, D. Coleman on Friday peop e among whom he i to live, and morning ollered his resignation as especially to the Cliii-t.ii- n portion teacher in Hartford College, to accept thereof, ina ChiUtnin gentleman nnd a position in tho Frankfort Public iiyoiiugmnn of nun k; ns one who Schools. We dislike to irive Prof. cariies with him our highest .respect, Coleman up, and wisli him success in implicit confidence,:!!!!) as one to whoc his new field of labor. i'utuie life, judging from his unblemMonday and Tuesday Dr. Alexished nnd promising past, wo look ander's class in Bhetoric read ome with great interest anil high lexpectn-tiovery fine essays. Tho school attended Bervi ces at This pic.imblc and these resoluthe C. P. Church Monday morning, tions being unanimously adopted by and were treatod with a fine discourse the school, it was oidered that they from Bro. Kittrcll. be put to record, a copy furnished The small school boys were made Pi of. J. D. Coleman and a copy prehappy on awakening Tuesday mornsented to the ounty papers .for pub- ing to find the ground covered with lication. Jo B. BoGi:us,Supt. snow. L. M. Bi:xii:n, See'y. Misses Bessie Cox,Abbioville,.Iessie The Adclphinns passed the follow- Ford, Lura Williams, Mary Fulker-so- n; Messrs. L. M. Bender and Arching resolution.-- : WiiKitiiAs, It has become necesary ie Cain attended General Exercise for Prof. J. D. Coleman lo sever his last Friday morning. Miss Agnes Craig, Elisor, attended connection as a member of the Adel-phi- an Literary Society, of Hartford General Exercise Monday morning. Matvin Bean, E, V. Milligan and College, mill Wni:tii:s, Becogiiizing in him a Henry Hnrdwick attended General Exercise Monday and Tuesday mornpunctual, cflicieut and uprujht meming. ber, therefoie be it Silas Tichenor who has been on tho That the' Adelpuian Society in convention asicmblcd do sick list for the past three' weeks is in express their sineeie regret tp give up school again. On last Friday morning, Prof. one of their most worthy 'members. That we tako pleasure Coleman's class in Latin presented to in recommending him to the society him a handsome photograph album in which he will move.andof which he us a token of their appreciation of will become n pait, and cOmmend him. Prof. Lytic has an iukiuitiug him to the field ot labor that "tie uiuy class in Chemistry. enter. Dr. E. B. Pendleton lini consent That a copy of these ed to deliver a lectnr to resolutions be pretend d to Prof. the clas in physiology every MonColeman, and to each of tho county day morning. papers, nnd nlso spread upon tho minC. E. Cook, who has been absent utes of the Adelphian Literary Socion account of sickness, has returned ety. to hi' work in school. Dono'hy order of the above named Ed Davidson, Ed Moore, M. Bean Society, M.ich 11, 1892. and Henry Hnrdwick attended Goa-er- al William Lvri.i:, ") Excrciso Wednesday morning. Wm. Ft'THK, Jit., tCom. J. W. Lytic made the remark at ) L. M. Rksdimi, . f General X Thursday morning that he Herald please copy. was now ready'to "court." We think he is a moH old enough. Administrn tor's Sale. J. E Davidson and DeeJMiller atOn Saturday, March 2ft, I will oftended General X Thursday, morning. fer for sale at tho residence of Mrs. Prof. Foster's elnss in spelling have Elin Ann Stowart, deceased, threo been spelling for a zero or ane huninilo South of Iioino, tho following dred. On Wednesday the class named property: One cow, some came out victorious bv all receiving corn, houso furniture, sowing ma100. chine, etc. Tonus mado known on There is something in the air. .1. T. Baio Adm'r. day of sale. The Adelphian and li. E. C. So cieties havo daily call meetings. Moun Anon, n. d, n. Table Linen, pure flax, worth 30c " " fiue blenched, worth C5o " " " 30c Turkey Bed Tobacco canvas, worth 2Jc Pure wool filling jeans worth 40c Extra Heavy cotton jeans worth 18c and 30 Common cotton jeans worth 12Jc nnd 14c " " 4ic " 22c " lie " 32c 15o ' " " lie - 6098' Everything goes. In shoes wo nro murdering prices on ovorything we handle, evcept our Anderson's "Wear-Foreve- r," "Great Wear" and $1.00 shoes. Notwithstanding this Slaughter of prices o cry shoo we have is worth much more than our regular marked prices ns is evidenced by the increased, demand for our SOLID LEATHER shoes at Honest Prices. We also, have a "Job Lot" of Anderson's "Wear-Foreve- r" shoes, Ladies sizes, in both button and front lace that wero slightly damaged in the manufacture worth $1. o0 and $1.75 which we have thrown into a pile and offer pick and choice of the lot at $1.00 a pair. No more when tbeso aro gone. Our children, misses nnd ladies rubber overshoes go Wc won't have them now nt 12c, 15c and 18c a pair. long nt thcfe prices. IVo can hardly begin to enumerate the many articles on which you can savo big money but will ask you to consider prices wo do quoto above and if there is anything olso you want at Sacrifice prices call on SABA & ME at Slaughter sale. Wool filling dress goods for 8c yd 22Ao " " oolen dress plaids worth 30c " " " stripes " 30c 22c " 40c All wool dress Plaids " 50c 35c " Stylish wool dress stripes worth 45c Black Bro. Drab and othor colors of Henrietta and Soges all go nt Slaughtered prices, we havo not space to name bore. Dress trimmings are also included iu:thts ANDUUSON'S BAZAAR. -- tSDBES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST!! : BLACKSMITHING. Horse-shoein- g . a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. W M . mwmmwwss'i .4 . r Pt f, -tTl ! . j. X, w BEDA Mrs. Sallie Shown nud her two boys have moved into the Marks house here. Mrs.J.'W. Marks, Louisvillcis with . Master Commissioner's No tice to Creditors. them at piescut. C. A. Leach mado a business trip Monday, lcturnitig to Owensbiro Weiliisday. Mairied, on the 13th inst, neariierc Walter Eaily to Miss Handy Hoover. Iiev. J. A. Bennett spoko the words that made their hearts beat, as one. Mrs. S.A.Bcnnctt is very ill yet. Bcv. E. E.Pate filled his regular appointment here Snnd.iy at 11:110, and also at night. Mrs. B.D.Lashbrook is very .ill. llevs Cnslimnn ami Xcwtou hnve been conducting a meeting nt Chap-nun'- s schoolhouso for several days. Louis. XIV. fiven such universal tatisfectioa, and which yon hear your, ndghbota talking about is Grovk'b. To ret the original OHIO t'IKCUIT COUHT. and gennine Tasteleaa Chill Tone, al. wars k fnr f!jinrR'!l. , Knrt don't icctvl chen. nntried .. , . .. --.. W. B. Leach's Adm'r, Plaintiff. , , subttitntea, . cUlintagto i be just as rood, Grove'i Tstien tmiuonic noiai mil ooze, ana coniimw Against. tonic only hold 4 on. and doses, while tnsny new, untried W. B. LeachV Heirs, &c, Def'nts. contains bnt twenty-foti- rof the thirty dotes, Uttelc to lirove'a ionic It as large as any uw nO Muniifivctureol by TA.UIB All persons having claims against .lar tenic and retails for the estate of W. B. Leach, deceased, MEDICINE COMPANY, St. IiouIh, Mo. Hold by alt JJrugfist are herebv notified to produce the same, properly proven, to the under signed, .Master Commissioner ot said Court, ut his oflicc in Hartford in Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before tho M day ot iMay, next, or they will be forever barred. This 8th day of March, 18!)2. John P. BAiutKTT, Matcr Commissioner said Court. ,,8'ir vr(SfAIW. HEM BE? 1 m As pleasant as knorASyj.juB &.BlUt)LiSNESS; "'uiii.ug,'ftunmn m m rs. li M A at b m r Nf R, JtT 7, tliftt the Tattelcua Chill Tonic whlck ha .S' ...... .ir cen. .')2-- 8t. STANDARD rontfCENIURv uinrBP FRIENDSHIP CHURCH. CLIFPTON. Miss Adina Steven's was onjthe lick March 0th. Mrs. Mary V. Boynl, list last week, but has recovered. W. II. Boyal are on 'the sick list. Samuel Farmer and tamiiy was J. D. Hoeker visited our school the guest of Rev. It. J. Brandon Sun-dav- . las'. Friday. CliHton was represented at the Died, at his homo in Montacue given at Beaver Dam county Texas, Jan. 10th, Bov. Clif- Saturday night. Miss Susio Austin and Willie Hook ton Boynl. He was a minister in the er attended the debato at No. 25 Frl- Christain Church. Whitler it Wedding's saw mill is day night, and spent batu relay and located here, and is doing a thriving Eunday at Warren Taylor's. E. T. Miller, Prentis, tlilted oh business, school one day last week. HuCCCSS to tllO IiKI'PHLirAX. We are glad to teo that tho peopl BKATItl(,'B. are becoming interested id Sunday konllLla!MU4lkU School, and have aunouueed to reldrw K.rrtn6r Hiww. .V&WtT$5N vur Attfnej of luiTn RoVBBi organize next Sunday. .uimvica CENTRAL GROVE. March lo. la grippe. Miss-In- Miss May Miller has Wallace, of u guest of her sister, N. Pirtlo last week. was the No Creek, Mrs. W. TWtHBROTHERS ' ontor-taium- ont peo-peop- le sue-.ce- .1. P. Miller and Miss Ella Woodward attended tho entertainment it Beaver Dam Satuiday night. Miss Wilson, of Horton, was the guest of her sifter, Mrs. Leslie Coombs last week. Bro. Brown fillo I his regular appointment at tho schoolhouso first1 Sunday night. Mrs. Annio Wallace and little son, Oran, of Hopkins county, are visiting tbofaiiily of Mis. W. N. Pirtlo. IRYHOP YEAST M QUICK hST .v' roit ..MtlUCO YCA5T RISER CO LIGHT BREAD OtTROITMlCH Lko. W3JBXZ3 :ran arriving ntne,ntid by hard work nud Meado co'inty lino and ho unvs tho i:t:. .a i.h n-w- v S t clnso application succeeded in obtain v "Gal" is all ripf.it but tho "way" i! lug a fair education. On the 23rd of 1 A FRIDAY, MA.ROH 18, 1803. ( March, 1841, ho and Martha. T. Tim Tho Missoj Alico nnd Boll r. J. !, h . C'lJifi.ej .ivo rnrn-- i lipmc ;; IV , crj.y-i;c-- f .kliin . in.r tf- , strfTvi" Aiy.rfw mons wuro married, and ho settled on . I , .., j l,UK(.ii u Ulm'-n- . FARM MORTGAGES. rM'i.V lOl.T.VH I I.UU.-tho accomplished daughters nt : of tun yours RtntiUltiir. com i ;i jciw olii iiliy, S a farm, hut nm to lay aside his studies, James MoCann, of Homo, .ltliiluoonipllentlinisoi lud., nro j and in 184(1 ho entered the Physo-Medic- visiting the family of John Iviiijdii. farmers Just as Careful and Wf I College of Cincinnati, Ohio, NV tn. S3. (Ja I In way bought of (.iiin Shrewd as Other Business " lio liojit iiropiirut Ion liiiwocni-ctlnrlii'iir- d l'l from which hegrduatcdin the winter Seiplo n three-ye- ar old colt tho hciutlfy It toull lluisviuvii." S of. Men and Just as Prosleaving colleec,lic other day, from which ho anticipate!-of After . ih'i Utllmoitlalt. perous. lV.st-- niiurfitJ 4$ iiuniediatly eet nhout making prop- - crar)(l results Cnwpilrrl KmniOifirlalAiiin-rprrlri.3t.!ti')irrtiniil. : Ak)uurJruitmlforll.Hal Ifl.u lriMa.VflpRiws.p'Jf, .. swn it iiil rr. fnrt iiu.jniii I. i ,,u i,bnaiii-jHThere urn low, if any, public nr.itinn to move to Texns. Arriving i liev. . A. .McDauiol Ii.im just HoWV & '()., Wlillelinll. A. V. iTtUBilUll. t lint liavu rcceivcit as much i vcp questions at Waco Vilaue, as it was then called, closed a two weeks meeting at Pis- ..f.kMt : ltl I....IJ.IH-S.- I ' y;.' wi-- '. attention ami been the subject of gueh in October oi November, 18."1, hav gab, in which much interest was il OAiici iij lit Ihniinii'.iinhAMAK UT inn ucfi in ill uiu uvitriiuiicioiuill 1... ing made the journey with his family, manifested throughout nnd lcsultod politicians as the farm indebtedness nt consisting of his wife and four chilin sovoral additions to the church. the the Western State?. dren, in wagons in six weeks, J ho nt This certainly ES TESL 3L. T5T ought to be very enWhile it is n subject that merits 'once began the practice of his pro couraging us we understand that caret ul investigation and thoughtful fession among the few settlers of tho church at Pisgah is his first -- . ---consideration with a view of suggestcounty and the territory of -. charge. NiiiE. ing all possible iclief that can be which the counties of Mosque, Coryell t V Tom Dean, Oscar and Tom samp time it in very evi- and Hamilton are now comprised, his at the ie-11 he Best Newspaper of the Age! delivered their tobacco last dent there linn been much exaggera- patients not infrequently being fifty week, obtaining satisfactory prices. i ,L... St. tools in relation miles apart. He soon tired of life in n uiiW tion and mitrcprrf-cntntio'(tis niniv fur itrtrs lliiin niuj Coitsiss of 10 (fo'i'tf. Mrs. Joseph M. Dean is visiting to this question on tho part of sone small town nnd moved to the country, iri'l riMniMmiMin rtmUxmKW her parents, Dr. and' Mrs. Fryinire, other papiT in flu Vniierf Sfai'.-i- , being trilli !! who hoped thereby to create the place upon which he some personal or n a I he died now owned by his sou, W. C. of Patosville. secure mjrieiilltirnl, offiileirsf IJencb Pate was seen listening in benefit. Barnctt. His life in common with wereantile and he professional, .hiroenles I lie There has been a studious and per- - others of that period, as can beat- - the well tho other morning to the echo of papa, papa. the Lou. Parly and publishes in iistcut effort to create an impression tested by his few remaining that the farm indebtedness is pecu- poraries of that time, among whom Shilob's Vitalier is what vou need speeohrs of Us leaders. fathers F. F. for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, liar; ihat farm property not only was are the venerable Aslhe eoniiitii Presidential Camptiia'n promises lo burdened with mortgages, but that Bloodworth, of Valley Mills; Judges Dizziness, nnd all symptoms of Dysbe, the holiest erer contested, ererij llepabliean should 10 and To cts. per botthis indebtedness was an evidence of J. K. Helton nnd T. f. Alexander of pepsia. Price tle at '.. Wauie GriffinA Hro. dtstress, and farm indebtedness was Meridian and J.C I'ettigrewof Waco, become a subscriber and kcai himself lhuroaJhhj more oppressive and disastrous than was one of toil, privations and danger; Whooping Cough and Croup, of what is oeearrin'J in the political irorid. the indebtedness of other classes of facing inclement weather and frelironclntis immediatelv teliciied bv or Year. Price citizens and indicated failure. None quently in dang.ir of having to tace Shiloh's Cure. At .. W Griflin ,V Uro.'s Drug Store. of these statements or assertions, oft the red man, and ever and nnon havHem it Ihroaijli Post'masters ami .Yciesd caters or repeated as they have been, are sus- ing to shoulder hw old Kentucky rifle CERALVO. torepell the depredations of the latter. by thcfncls. tained March 10th. It doubtless cheers direr! to the Such was the life of this old Tho indebtedness of the farmers is .A the hearts of ul! who love order nnd iu those days: but he lived to see not, peculiar " ,MC,M M"m ,Me 'i,ct decency to see ami learn the stand tha't a 'urge portion ot tho business of what he had faith to believe would yon take nuainst the most gigantic ihU immense country is done on cred- one day come; Texas one nuiong the curse of the human family, It ha- ST. UH IS. AK. it. The manufacturers, the mer- first slates of the I'liion. lie had lor been truly said SmiiiiIi Hil( - lliillnl I'rii-- . lnnjj-tcstc- il pain roliijvcr. chant, the trader-"- , the real estate more than lilty years been a member Honor and shame from no cond- '-. Jtdealers, individuals, business men of the Methodist church in which he lion use, use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Adjustable Extension Gtnnt' Act well you i part there all thc generally nro all heavy borrower, always took an active interest until Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every lienor iics. not only in the West but in the East, age and infirmities forbade him taking an effective liniment. King David said; "I said iu my in the North and in the .South, in the active part. His Jiible ami The Cris haste all men are liars." Josh HillNo utiier application compares with it in efficacy. Ths Leadiag Photographer. cities nnd in the towns as well as in tian Advocate were his constnnt com. Farmers, like other pnnions to the last. He was also a ings wrote: "If King David had the country. This remedy has stood the test of lived in my day he might have said acfive business men, borrow money member of the Masonic fraternity by Pictures In Em? Stjie :ii lu, years, almost generations. tho same thing after mature deliberaHis aged to ibuy land, to build houses and barns, which he was laid to rest. tion." Josh must have had Blind BSrOhl Pictures Copied and Knlarged to purchase stock, and to invest in widow, and four children survive him, No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of A SPECIALTY. while tour chilhren had preceded Tigers and their customers iu view, business. MlMAXli Limmi.nt. Stu lio on Main, between Lewis v. Hi" wid- for the whole turnout is bound to lie, .Men who live iu towns and cities him across the dark river. be they in or nut of the chinch, lie Davie. Streets, Occasions arise for its use almost every day. money to buy homes, ow, T. C. Alexander and J. C. Petti-greborrow oivcxsnono, nnd his wife are now the only they must or the Tigers hide would go .'."wi; to build houses, to transact business. All dru'!'ists and dealers have it. iVhy' -.-- . Oh, why, dot Manufacturers antl mcrchnnts bor living representatives of heads of fam- on the pole. t row large amounts and mortgage their ilies who lived iu McLennan county not all good men and women tit-alng tt tonle or,;hVIVr1a,ll,LuUJBf ht)(ues, their factories, their stores, iu 18."il, so far n the writer knows. all such contemptible desp.sers of God hhown urnVm-rrKiif.""& A FlllKMl. ''.'fv and man, with all the contempt due , i'!??,"1 '" their stocks, nnd in a large maantl It. All ik'Hk't such a mean business so odious that their securities, be jority of cai-eA Let's reason together. Here's a none claiming commm decency will VVHEM Y U U Gj'fO" OWENSB DM) real estate or the mortgages on firm, odd of the largest the country tor a moinent engage in it. IJnve -- ( l.l iiN- pe'psonnl property, are evidence of rJ,V,PTCiVl.S ! npAGE DOES HE business transactions which are ex- over, the world over; it has irrown, on, and don t stop to whip tho curs pected to and do realize gains to the atepbystap through tho years to olf.tliat may hark at the wheel- - of your E!Lc0 The IJKivni.KWN, 1 am borrower as well as interest to the greatness and it soils piti'iit medi- - chariot tcf. proud to say, is run bv men who farmers cinesl- - -- ugh! Undoubtedly lenders. know rigl.t and have the hack-bon"That's enough!" well as men of other avocations as V c HtV Rtan! Stan1 tu vn I,, h'n to stand for the right. Wait a little Ptamt, liMe SUnil tiuHir Man.) . o I.j ,. i sometimes borrow injudiciously, and Tailor, IlLntry, tmnv, Mili.ii.t. ninl t t Li li. J , L II ini kJ, anil Green River is lower than common i. !,t u i, This firm pays to the newspapers mortgages on the farm, home, factoHFGDEspsciALLYFoRbCSHd SJHG ANdSpEEPING. isiiiiirfiilK nli. Wubl.mu 3. KM'Mn' lor! miurcii-- ii fr. si n V ry, or stock becomes a hidden. A good money (eApeniivo work, this for this time of the year. ufti Uncle Richard Jones, in his Mth fnilure of crops, a fall iu prices, or advertising!) to ttd I the people that Pronounced BYALLHORSEMErN To Be i . close competition in trade sometimes they havo faith in whit they sell, so year, is still able to make his regulir 'CKvTISr TjrBSTBlI'M The:1os-PERFESULKY CART In USE I iu his little boat. Work, the fined und ilntt Artitlic crossings bring disaster to the farmer, the mer- much fiiith that if they can't hem-fi- t Agents Wanted. -Mariied, on la- -t Wedne.-da- v ni :i 'tmj i;e or ttyle. Ftnkrira St.,bflwen chant, aniLthe manufacturer, but not or curethev' don't want oiir moony. ""OM"'. ." "- - 3E l"5 , (!i!J7 UL'fUitAdTIRJL "' C$ ' ' as frequently to the fanner, na statis- The guarantee is not in lufinite and o'clock p. in. at the itsidcnce ot the ? tics will .show, as to the manufacturer relative, but relative and absolute--- if bride's father, Angelo lbiskhill to Mail i I'ci'.-im- s &S va Vjf h v5 . art CATAlSfil I IS. tre Imili-- r.qwn I nil nud the merchant. the doesn't help, your Miss Ella McConne'.l, by Rev. W. itinwn's lion Hitters i ciw GlIllllOl The farmer is not less shiewd, iir niuiiuy is - - call." llit !yn.m, iilits ilUcstlnn. 1 ra,i PTt";v?,r-- i 7 i iMH ZZ.L . SZ-Lllr. imdiurcsi:ul.ula. Citttl.oLri'iKlu-'- . Dr. Everly visited Evniisville la- -t icouomicul, and careful dustnoii-i- , tewl t? . z Suppose every sick man and e enr: KI T i .. iV.II. 'than the men ot other avocations, and feeble woman tried these medicines Monday to buy grociie.-- , notions and ivA i Y We need but little drug, as a rule is lees in debt, ha a belter and found them worthless, who would dings believe we have one of the tor home, and in mora successful than the be the looser, vou orthovV ' healthie-- t localities in Kentucky. man. There are average The mediuinos are Dr. Pierce's I don't know of any person in our less failures among larmeres than Id 'Golden Medical Discovery," for BILIOUSNESS, community confined to a bed of sickuiuiing any other class. bloo I diseases, und bis pRirfr'HIiADACHF AND ALL ness at present. How rarely it is u farmer fails und ttfpafih ' Prescription," for woman': peculiar ti-iitH h J&iM2&ZJ&&i2& . Farmers busy and news scarce, and must surrender his farm to creditors. MALARfALD!50RDERS, ills. If they help toward health, we are iu the midst of a snowstorm, ( WrJ5yCENT5 is a common occurrence for the It FOR SALE DY AIL DRUGGISTS. they cost SI. 00 u bottle each! If t'icy und Benjamin Harrison to be his own ' 15 THE BEST. manufacturer and merchant nnd busEiPREPA-aEMED.C0. 5T.L0UK MR BY BICIIflRMOM-TAYLO- R don't, they cost nothing! II. Yours ttulv, I iness man to be compelled to surrendl I IHTIIIITMl'I'afcriTT. ' It IIUIAN (IMIIII niicccsor. IT Tl V. EMDCD tSLVEncDislRABLL MPS0VC,-'.:..- , nii li r.uKj-Nn-v- i iim.A'tr'mm cii mi iwi Many Exclusively Its uwri er home, shop, stoic, ami stoi-- to pay itn-Men FOft SLEBr SLKKPLKSS NIGHT made misand Catarrli Cured, health cieilitors. erable by that terrible cough. Shi-losecured liy Niilolis Laturrli It appear from the report of the In- Cure is the remedy for yon. li'emetLy. Price ot cts. Xn-n- l ii. a. LozKiKiivtco., Comptroller of the Currency thut in For sale by Wayne Griffin & 15ro. jector free at '.. V. (Jriffin .S: Hro. t nlie day alone the loans by 17 banks i" SEE WholcMile Doulcr.-iu, New York city on real estate and A Card of Thanks. SHILOH'S COI'lHI and Con-- ! CLEVELAND, O. I wi-.- li other securities auiuuntcd to S'J!)",-1- 1 to express th'ongh your Miiiiptinn Cure - 'iV by n on a 1 fill wT. 4u ww vnp :10 Siipuiior St. It cures consumption . 0,5.") 1. In Chicago In one day iil columns my sincere thanks to all my t;uiir.iiitei. fflyir-ni- t fMt2SSi.'v-- avnu liriffin iV isro. Nine friends who tendered their assistance Sold Itv . banks loaned 887,o(i."i,8!)7. A LIVE AGENT WANTEO'N tVChr 1 OWN XcttrHlglc. JVjvioim Mint thou trouUi'il ulth uirouncii-- i riultlnR banks loaned iu St. Louis iu one day or sympathy iu my sornsl fondle and from care or utemork .vil! ho rdlvvnt h tnnlnj M " i in Morton Stock Farm. hi rn i S'J7,8li4,-107- , nud in 7,!77 banks in greatest bereavement; an I lho-- j Hrown's Iron Jllttrrs. (;tUutne la.Mr. U. W. .Morton of.lacksonvillu, PrtNK red lines on w rapper. HlTiOJill truilc murV nu'l iui the cities it mil towns Sept. 'J.), 18.11, dies wh vj carefully an I tenderly III., writo-i- . "lliiviiiy bo'in fvinir This robed my sainted mother for her last .mined out 81.180,354.240. for twn yo.ir.i tn ruinovo n windpnff does rut include hall of the banks or long rest won my lutiog regir.l by on b ick p.irt of front ankle, the imnim- sums Inai.iil by individuOwensbojco, their kin lne-- s. And I slull over bo used everythiii'.' that I could hear als. Let it be noted these loans were grateful to the noble men who of but dono no trood, 'I'iiu trial box Tor Catuloguo nnd TricoH, writo tho Monufacturors, Security Fov X)oposits the transactions of hut one day. The watched day and night by the bed- of (JiMmi's Ointment h.H cauiud it to immense nggiegate of loans for an enMfg. Co., & side of my dear father during a long nc.trly disappear, fund one bottlu as i tire year could hardly be n prjeiuted. 1 and dangerous ilium, with such oon ns jiossiblo. JACKSON, MICHSCAN, U. 8. A. other The loans on real estate .. ,tf untiring care and gentle s ilieitude, securities made by 4,!)8!l State savp u n u a e n s without which I might now be doubWILL Y()i: SIJFI'KH with l),vs- '. n (j v ii(."..i. 3 tinun vniB a n b a n b is . ( ings, private banks, and loan and ly bereaved; and may thv ever find pepsin nud Livor complaint? ShilobV J trust companies dining the lUeul year Sjicci-- i 2 HirvVi is vou. SV hands' as willing to assist them iu Vitaliur triiaraiiteed to euroHro. I . t i no- that ii Jittlj ii n dangerous amounted to Griffin & bv Wavuo Sold 3jiui-vs- ! 7 .V'- - Na.'WJlLl tiling? Aie jo.i nwaro that it of ten fasteni on tlie-- . fiiiiii The large loans of banks in the need and hearts as full of sympathy )ftin inns iiitoCoiisiuniition anilB lun.H-- i nml l,ir ! jJVaLloiiV for their grief us theiis have been iu i S(i-- i Hr. Kennur'a ("npitol Hitiors thou-amTt-- .ltol Siircctmrnl Itrmcdy cvcnllwoT. on eiul.i iu l'eojilu tiiiircriu liiuil AHtlnuu.a ot cities, running up into rrtd, ui It li certain In IU ifTccu ami il.i uot Bmncliltw, 1'ui.unioui.v nml Coiiaumiition will ulia all tin vital functions jjivina1 i LlUlir. ltcail pruuf millions of dollars, are largely made this the darkest und bitterest period tell you that Iicms jr7jritCTi I wish each i U.X appntito aii'i strength. A full doto to the manufacturers and merchants, of my life. Dear friend, "a ' HRTCTflBTen It will be understood, then, that it is one of you knew th it every act of reliwvos p tin and pro luco ulinri n Kendall's Spavin Cure. Cnn J'ou alToi'd to neglect it? Cm you tritlol old pi'oph'. women, inL Mttlb ItotK, Ark., AUff.W, W. not nt all peculiar lo farmers to be kindness is appreciate I bv me. anil iii'ht. T ), J, Kind all Co.i sftjItBS-- - w"-- b" wiious a matter r Arc you nwaru that fj and I ask you to accept the eannt valid!', and to ward of diM'iii. l'l It i (JciiH-- It In with the fuitlnfaclloti (hat I indebted, but ntliernsii me Inform u Hint I invi'curN ln fullowlnKdlm'nsoi: BtbnrsbUYR WK. I '"or salo by I.. M. Mean. vi'nHv.Mnl(lcr John 1.iiiiipiiihm,MIIIo much h'M indebted than the oilier thanks ul my crushe and Idee ling lulut JitimcufH-- llutIIout nlniMfMH'Hf in U beyond ipiebtion tlio Rrcatcst of all" J! for CoukIw, Cohls nnd Consinnptloii CU.NTIIAI, CITV, KY Ton Imioi. I nm wuiklnv HliiJnIiit heari. Sin; Citowi:. n, uoii(,ii in ono nl'lit. It will check u Cold in fj fl.ises mentioned, P Modern Kemeilles? it win Mop cuto that nil with KfintiiU' Jmiiieiu'HKund nju in Cure. It U tho lit IJnlmnit fur manor ?.. B rAXrON, PRJPRISITOR. l"'or Imno buj, nido or P u day It will iiwi out Croup, relievo Aitlun.i mil ieuro Comiiiiiption If taken jj NuCimik, March!!, ISlli. Unst I li:nooTcr ur-l- I rcfuinmi'itillt tonll hore rl,, !,,. it 'ii (in'l. iiirm.l in In wltlui-i- it " A 2.i cent lKitlio inav Kieo youlj HnresllititllmouirkiaioniiievtiliiuUe, 'Jo I'rico t.wufr. Shiloh'H Porous I'hihtcr. Ila- - juit been repa'ued and newly Obituary. tn wort hli'hs. I M ci iwi ii, Hfiiit-'tuit without nitr UnliiK'ttt wdiiM I'n .-s. ' "III I .W.I. 1illl.iiii'i v i.i n fiiii-- . - t. Aa'r vi ii it. ilrn'ii t fm ii. m..of. ,.... .,,.,. ..,V d tlllM. Ill for wh'i ',' cunts. Sold by.. W. firii'fin ,S: Mm. liuo fr'jii--mil curt illimiU ItThey fluy pruliiw nml 'furni-hei- l. Willi) I'l'l'!. iM.) it i ihlfat JlruUfH hm. clo-- c ?to r II. UoOKl'.r.rc Co., lll Vi'r Jir.,-- . - v.ny, l,w ov ;, lor Iki.i.:. Located lo Dejiot. THAT HACKING COUGH can they iur Uh tl, Youn truly, V. a, B. WtlLLa. - 'J rj a b b mo a b p m c a u Dr. Alexander .Montgomery Haro bj i: a n ir i "i n. s k r bsi u b n r w i ivu.i be so quickly cured bvShilob'sCure. (Jive ,iMwMUMin t.lii idgaratjnL-i'i-ju n iMiwni:n jt Ciiind incaU 01 liitclii-iiiiiel.- . TELL ME NOT. was born iu Ohio county, Ky., nett We guarantee it. Sold by '.. W. Kendall's Spavin Cure. it a tiinl. January, 'J.lrd, 1817, ami died on Jan- Griffin iV: Hro. iiAja?V 'Tell mo not iu mournful iitinbciV Moto Visto, Colo., Dec. 21, uary lth, 1K.U, in the 7'th year of pay; l'.i. n. J, Keidili. Co., l:nu.li.lrih Kalli, VI. i 1. Advcrtiiiiit: doc-ju'- l a good lamp , JSB-tAnd his age. The deceased was the son JUII.Y IWMI(UUll:, loMt.-- I i iIih juirlMI I trciiti'l Willi Konilall'n HONEY LOCUST. the inaii's (I'm ckhiicm wi'iiii (I:ki1 iCiuoa lluuiiliiiilii(f teii i van nt ami. u' L III. mi '(Vili must be simnle: when it is not Minnie it is e . aim liu'lii ulynalaiuuiiiii a izz-z1,1 uiinli of llobt and Kli.abuth C'onditUar-uet- t, ll'lim llll.--ll I U iniM's HIJ. Knowing that your paper is pro.u.pn, nio thu inlareo. nml rvimirt-ilwtWlUWA$not cood. Simflle, Beautiful, Good these i'iii,i:i: in 9 nan wnr'ioi inn noma iciu. ji.i-... i. . rrxrj' oueof the pioneer families of gressive and that : no of our mottoes , lift i.rvfr iiih in nvii nuy i iiciinir words mean riirii.s nml ciiiiiriiioiiii i n, "Life is real! Lilo is caincct!" i iLufilznortliiili'M-kmtj will impress much, liut to sec " l he Kocncster " Western Kentucky, who so ma- is 1'. V. COOU.V. Yijiii truly, $r the truth more forcibly. All metal, Owonsboro, Ky. to get the news no I all the news. And the man who hoic- to iiM terially iu bringing the "daik nud I have taken the iibei to send a g tough and seamless, r.nd made in three pieces only, To miccc--s iu any imIHii;.', .17 .itiitjr l'itw)1hj a ly I'rttr . per battle, or lx Imttlcn fur .Must expect to udviiriisc. it is absolutely :atis.m unbreakable. i.iko Alauums bloody ground" to its picncut position VtliJ items fund this neighborhood, lruu:ill Im II ." il.Ill or It trill Introuvntor rim (il II'" Iritilfil Id. of old, it is indeed a "v.'onderiul lamp," for its marm, n j one of the foremost commonwealths lo aitj ir ywf trusting that it will nut ho treated "In the moi ld'n broad Held of battle, velous liclit is purer and brishtcr than nas light, mi receipt ofiirleo by the jirojirlt- of tho I'uioii. lie ua-- horn ami I earIn the coullictr of leal I lie," bPtOWl'S UO'J ClTTiLf softer than electric light and mom cheerful than either. with silent contempt 'nud consigned DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., t'urilllilU--l.iiii- . Illinium m, Ailvertixiii"; U therccict ed on a farm anil the facilities of that na Look fur tlilt stamp TiiRRocnrsTi:n. If the tisip dealer hsirrt tile ami Hi:ihT.il l(.'.!lliy. 1'Ii.m! to the waste basket. Enoaburnh Falls, Vermcr t".a. Rtxhi'lir. nu.l tllU ntvle yon uaul. ttuJ IU u IUI nur new iUu.lrjti.-i- l catalogue. Of nchicvoineiit iu the at rile. early day for getting an education it. licnultiu li. .Mtileut' clam iiiouiiiii-infit feni ou a limp safely bv cnn.t jour choice ui over ,uou 'tWau'l i D.uue ItUliior Mii.'S that a eeiluiu hailrmU'iii'iriiin inc it onu. ljilvartciltsirum inc iMtgftt turnip wa neglected and he grew lo manall remind u," I (Ht IIVNI'El'NIA UOCMK.Vl'illt LA:iU' CO., 42 1'arU Place, Now York City. neigborliood "Lives ol rich tncii young man in our Wu can make our own Mibliuie; hood with littlu or no education, lint t; Ilriiini'n Iron lllttrii.. with "'llio Ilap;jy aiilconlir.t 0 I'liXilrliUH KTiwimon! It. will, character-ixli- c named John, is making frequent and And by liberal advertisine; with ibat i a brsp wl.li t!.u i:..!.t vt lha All iloAlrr li'i'p It. Sl.il W 1'Otllo. ricmilno (if siiiiiniit eliinb, of him, he euleied school alter re'nilur viit to the neighborhood To the lines ourbiiJcr, CalalOttmHiWiltL' hoilita'.cr I..ir,ipr"ii .NVwYoik, ha trHili'lnttrk nml ru-Red. Hartford Republican ftHl'.. Mc-Ca- nn, tfsmto.? MkV rJJIe-.IV- v mm -- m 1 wasp M 1 L I 1 1 ) . I iFisl insa "V E3 m M -- CLOSE- - DEMOCRAT. wutcr ivtrie ca,sscs,ifn' Mc-Gav- W''l ', , preju-dice.nn- d pir-liti- cal co-te- fall $.00 Mexican Mustang Liniment. Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. one-nquiriti pin-ue- er KLOBK PKIXTIXU m. R. Sa Clark, si well-know- n hr --- . ,' "' "; s HfYwU MO CnTheo.Cain, WHY Not Him? e ! 4i-- rr.i-h- THKSTSiWW. CT i." , t. zzzizrzzo-z:zzti..zrzzzzz:- '(pIT J-- ustpaphes. ft'y. Aey', lt' - It iKCSfe 1 ': z2 -h-V--I -- ., 531201 R TAYLORS s tMOlrEikj FTnTvr'T"' l?aS:MSltS&FEVER. i M 1 . j .j.r. b's liri-.it- li Agents W anted! '- -. pUfTjgA&ENTC a fWr mwmi . SMliii U.S. DEPOSITORY Ky. - PPBglHCDBgEHa q S b,OQO-Farm.l'4'ttu r ilt'Dushs Austin, Tomlinson : Webster ers li '. rrrchitiMs i" wnv n :a - 3-- a voB 1 U olu-vvt- i's Ml. iiu 1 mm- :. 7 i your !.u.tjncs. Holvl. t. . D.'.-ith- i i itji y 1 iuvi'i:u 't&0zZmS.i aw witu a nm n AUiibKS fcLTsyLi5i t i 111 u-- l a "Seeing Is BeMevImg. .. l lami-iit-ii- rr.'-, i ! iSr 2 ' . - few-new- l'i-iii- V& 4 m-.- f iT" l im-il- uli.iimii-ili!;,i.'iiiwiiiiijvr- wt W "The Rochestes-o5-