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Prices reasonable HEPUBLI i SOGERS, Mllihin. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY 111 THE FOURTH GOXfi&ESSIOMAL BUTEIGT. TERMS $1.25 Ftr Annua, la Airanei. U CARD. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HAltTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892. Ho sed I'd ho a nico ligcr got thar, I told him I knowed hit that he always sed I was inon- rt rotis purty figcr when I wasn pearl, that I lowed I hadn't changed much, Ilehod I never could understand enything, that I was ho shnby lookin he was fur his kin folks tu see me. I told him hit would make nodiU'erenco if we could git thar in the night, this made him n hot as peperiind ho sed, ','Xaney Jane what is the ii;-- talkin fooling, for wo will git thar in the bla.iug sunshine." When the steam kears lauded thar we was met by Johnathan's cousins tu take us in the carriage tu the house. Tha stepped up ami sed how-dyou do cousin John, shuck hands and kused him; ted you did not bring cousin Nannie, I sed "yes, here 1 is," and haul you hi rued our iKiiiie-- yit, hiscn is Johuathan ami mine Nancy close. when I e i NO. 34. and wage-workers Saw fcr i-- z State Directory (Jovei nor I, V. Itrown ENGLISH AS' SHE IS SPOKE. Mr. A.lluy Yiiniiiiiiiii, of Coluuibin, i le I.ieuli unnt lovernor Secretary of Klute Attorney (Seneral audltar Treasurer Register of l.nml tliflce... Adjutant (ieneial Bupt. l'iiMI Instruction.. M.O.AIford Ilcadlcy W. J. Ilcndrick Ii ('Nnininn Smi.lnji-I- l i 1.000 grams, Nobody wauls so Titm a tlio usaudth or even the luui-drpart of a kilogram of sugar. We find ourselves instinctively eth WASHINGTON!. of this country, PROFESSIOaVAL A News Letter From tho Unit) Halo ,.,.l. II. Sango A.J. eiross H. P. Thomson A. AiUam H lnon.. lie Sunihiycd there, wo must presume, Because ho wanted quiet, And dinner-ethere bcciiu-- u ho liked Tlic Lancasteriun diet. d National Capital. Oik. public Prlnler .: Polk Johnson CO'STiT'Z" 35XJ35CrOl2". Circuit Court convenes the 4lh Morula; In May and No, ember. .l l Lull. Jur r .....Jo. .No. Cammonncaltli'a Attorney llardwlek ri.rii J p n',rr'u CommlVVionfr. -- thero awhile, He miiy Imve paper-c- d it, Or vollow cover li'iok-e- d Or iiiiirveled, nftcr lie had inea lcd-eHow well the people cooked it, in the shade, Perha.p hohaininnck-ca little, And ju?t cijrr-ci- l And pulled the smoke into the air, the spittle. And cuspidor-ed - Judge Atfnrnet ShVrlli j i' e ".v.. ..." ..... . 171Z.Z . .V".. .v;:. 1st Monday "' In tli' Court MntHi April, July Mul October. lniii.il). Court begins llin covar. ott.a.xitbxsxsTMonday .1rJ Ceust of ClCL'.xns. Or iirnvho he'd a sweetheart there, And afternoon-e- tl about her, s 'Tyl.r i And vowed that ne'er till he was each month graved Could he get on without licr. In January, "oil-roo- J !' Mi.iii. r I. I elt lt Monday in October and Justice's courts held In.Mnreh, June, September names. sad lieoemter, as per dates oppu-itetl- n (J A' Turner, , 4,1, 4, ccrnss. .1, .1. Perhaps mother at that point him; Came in and niother-in-lawcPcrhnp her father carriaged up In stylo and overawed him. were imt Disturbed in cither fashion: They may have parlored it alone, Jane, Tha kept biackin round the corner uv the lioiieo ami never tuck no notice uv me, and had nothiii tu jay, until the crowd had about all then with one hrcth, sed what upon nrtli did you rum lunkin that way fur; ami what could I do but tell 'cm Johuathan had left mi dre.-.- - budy, that ' knowed tha wu mad at me, but 1 never low cd tu cum agin, livery time eiiy body woii'd uim, tha put me tu bed, and K-- I want very well, this went on about tu necks, when one morning I nx. up and told Johu athan that I would stay up, dress or no dies? that ho didn't care it I laid i,i bed all winter if he wus bavin uv a gi oil timi!, turn I lowed tu j,o home right away. Johnathan's rich kin folks is the most swcfuliit people 1 ever seed in all mi born day.-- ; I cum Ui.ro.---i a good perlicc, only hit didn't hav cny ketch, which tha had thiowed a way. I told Viu 1 would take hit :iloug,fur hit would do me, that 1 could tie a a pine map around hit Then I blank good basket, only hit didn't hav env handle, I told 'em I would take hit aloir.' tu, that I could put a string acro.-- t hit fur a handle. Laud I never seed the like uv finery thrown! away in all mi born days; bonnets and hats all dreed up r.o line, I told 'em I would take a lot of them u long tu, that I never lowed tu hi cny mure finery while I lived. Hut none uv them wus half as purty as mi bonnet what 1 jot mashed, fur hit flared and had roses all round hen we mi face. Land Srake.--! started home you never sot your tu ies onto the like uvhundies.b.ind boxes peiliees with roaps tied round them, basket without handles, dUhes that wus cracked, and lots else, and John nthau had tu gita man tu help them all on the steem kears, so we wouldent ho left. Jonathan, is still :i3 hot as peper, and a moutheii yet cause I went, but I don't low tu cese, cause I iiiout want tn .take another broad. p.i.-.-e- d, Etrste. .; Iihr.ps, however, they And nicking chair-c- d (H W I neiiTi-t- fr. T. i.K.f, IT. I Taylor lonstable. M.tei.a, I", If', . Keown, Wilson, H.U'.ll. II. l, I'. their pasion. rVneitmr. larreas. .', 1, 1, I. 1 ib.inO.ere, .1, --', i, 2. ( J W P.iyne i . 7, 7. IWtmrtl, T. (P.irxIteii.lel, o, S, i, 4. K.l.lto Miller, Perhaps he slippered with' his dear Then hurriul t the station, to his And train ed and street-enr-ehome J,i)lnr'intible. l!oe l'.!ltb , Ill Wd,i.ud, ii, .v i, Kiill.eron. Ii, (,1,'eo I II. II. It. it. it, n. . In great exhilaration. NANCY R!IT. (WM Autry, II, I", 9,0 JAKE JOKES (V II I'JIlrl, I", . P Miller constable. In Company-- with Johuathan i rollro 'onrl. Bmrn lun.- -J li,'i"i'.- - K mfiralinl. Visits Louisville I'i)iTi:i:-n . J Mil C Ml, JmU" ; ; .1 P W Tlr, lunlel. ! Kitilrl. J'flfcr: tKrl.i-on.Jui- l' Min:it ottiu Now, e hcin ' ' Ten ninrlml. Birer...-RecKrom.-Kir- Mir. -- J I. A II r.il.l. JH ls-- . M. JA IlollliiK, .. Thom, ' . Ul r...lt.-- ti in.M-ln- l. C Ciciriler, Rei.l, Jtl'lse. Jil.lite, llltlci'i-K- OiIiit I'onnljr Jurejfr F,..nl(i.erirlen.i,iil CKtiei how im: and Johmithan is getting a loi.,;, ami eaiit-- tha dn; 1 piutcdly think hit will be the licit tu rite and let 'em kimw, fur hit mite hint th.i leelius nut tu. .Me and John-atliiihat had a nutlier broad tu the town of LouUvillc. Now, I don't low tu sav a word agin iliihatliaii, no that I don't tu be tlioie. Hut Laud Hakes; I never low tu go another gin with him while I live, fur he is the mint exeilabk-.-- t man on earlh when I want tu go with him, ami never stops iiuuthiu. '1'lie day we Marled or. our broad, Johuathan cum tu the Ihiiik- in a powerful hurry, and commenced dres.in up in ids Mure clothes, sed his kin folks in Louisville had rit fur him tu cum tu - ' ' J II C W ,. .Joe It lloirer ,.J llr.i.ile i Wilon Purioll ' ' zi3.3-uo'cn.k rury - j VJ-e-.r- iirtli.Siui'Uyllie.icli :. C I'lmrrli.Snnlli. atur eriee .eeoml lllllll bool I'Xei) ll.T n.f SlllhU. Mbblltl m.rnmc t oVIoek. Iter. J. !. Cileiimn, I'.nor. 'te,pitor. . ! -euiie llnnl t.l inmith ".il.lntli.eliot nl miiiJ) Imirniii)!. lie, b. U. rinptUl Cliurrli. '!flrcli.-..rii'i quartering and halvihg the kilogram when wo use it Tho terms hectogram and dekagram nro not used in pine-tie- e. The binary system, which prevails in India, admits of continual sixty-fou- r halving; eight, sixteen or being takon as the basis. Tho Pioniaiis used duodecimals, our words, nttii co inch being derived from of the as, the Latin for ''There are," says Mr. Noel, "three main system of the subdivision tho decimal duodecimal and the binary nnd of these the dicimal is the worst.' A proof of tho inconvenience of tho French systeuHs that the French do not themselves use it fully. They do not use the deeaare. or the milhare, while tho square meter they call the centiarc the HJOth part of a square The hectar is used ol' ten times hut not the kiloarc or niyriarc. The litter, the unit of capacity, is too small, being the cube of the decimeter. Tho inilliltier is, of course, too large, being over four The hcjtoliter is merely a name for . 100 liters, not a cubic deciliter ami centiliThe dekaliter, ter are mere names, and are not in Practically the liter is the only real cubic measure in use. The unit of weight is the gram, which is being about one too mall, twentieth of an ounce. Hence the of ii, the "kilo." for Use of a lliou-aiii- 1 is too large. r. practic.il uuit, which Myriagrain is not used. Beyond pieiixc- - fail, and 100. that the . Sum0 )0 grams is c.dled a quintal. ming up objections lo the luetic sysof tem w- liml that, being a pure decimal-- , its siib.divisious are too small; that it affords only one ical measure in each series and many of its measuaes are nominal; that its standard are of inconvenient size; that its measures of capacity are pad mi I tiniiaturl; and, finally, that the scici-tili- c connection between its measures of capacity and weight is iinsiiti-fac- one-twel- fth . mca-mioiii-redic-ulously Oi-eel- Maich 18. The President having become satisfied that Lord 'Salisbury was purposely delaying his answer to dispatch sent him on the 7th the inst., for the purpose of allnwing the fleet of Canadian seal poachers to get to sea before this Government had any opportunity to.fccrvo' notice upon tho owners of tho vessels to keep out of Behring sea, this week directed acting Secretory of State Wharton to inform Sir Julian Paiincefote, the British minister, that ho desired nn answer to that dispatch at the earliest possible moment. The President's reason for desiring nn early answer is, that upon the nature of that answer will depend the wording of tho orders issued to the revenue cutters and naval vessels which will shortly be sent to Behring sea. The request will also have tho effect of cMivineing Lord Salisbury that the President means business and dues not propose to put iiji with any nonsense, oven from tho alleged "mistress of the seas." Lord Salisbury has promised an early answer. which was the lowest taxed country on tho face of tho cirth, ho would vote to repeal it nnd adopt free Irade. Ho presented figures showing that in ono year, under tho present tniill, our foreign trade had increased J". ATTOKXKY AT LAW, IIAHTFOHD, - - KENTUCKY. Edwin Kcrwe cSs ja. a, mr.ss, Crio-r- 27 per cent Lot ovory onfoobled woman know it! Thoro'samedicino that'll cure hor, and the proof's positive! I lore's tho proof if it doosu't do you good within reasonablo time, report the fact to tho makors and get your money back without a word but you won't do it! Tho remedy is Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription and it has proved itself the right reniody in nearly ovory caso of female weakness. It is not a miraclo. It won't euro everything but it has done moro to build up tired, enfeebled and broken-dow- n woiceh than any other medicine known. Where's the woman who's not reidy-fo- r it? All that wo'votodo is to get the news to hor. Tho mediciri will do the rest. Wanted Women. First to know-it- . Second to use it. Third t. be cured by it. Tho one coinos oi tno other. "Wed.di:ngrt J.. II. WtDMNU. HAIITFOUD, KY. (Office, otur Anitci soii'n llauiar.) VaII prnctlcn their profusion In ll tho rotlrt. Dim and ailjoiitlnxcountiei., ami court of Appeili Special Attention giv.n to criminal practice' an4 collection. Ttailly J"ames A.. Sraitl-iAttorney at Law, , -- HAUTFOPvD, KY. Will practle. h'.a profeuion in Ohio and aHJoli. IriR counties, nnd tho court of Appealt. MpMia attention siren to collections. Office nortli n Jo public equire. K. V. eiOI'KY. rt Tit D. III.NOO. 6s Attorneys at Law. Will practice In all com In of Ohio AnJaHjommf counties ""ol In Superior Court and Court of Appeal". Collection and all legal bualneaa attended to. Office, No, 0, over And.raon'a Ilataar, Hartford, Ky. taviy Eingo, 11. Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hl- -l bl.illi.ehiv. nt 9 o iloi'k unil.r In rive )i nionlli terj Ann.;) Iiioriiinx lief. . II. K'I'UI l Verve rrrr) M. I!, f'linrrli.d-o- nn.l louilli tory. FOU DVSPKPS1A and Liyor Complaint you havo a printed jju.ir-tm'o- u on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalize!-, cure. Sold ltjiovor fail-Mby V.. Wuylio Cinflin & Ir-j- . 1 told him I me, he yer, . sod 1 did lint have loud tu go tu, he time tu fix mi clothes tu gethcr diI told him hit made no git drt.-cdillerence, that I would ware the wrapper 1 had on, that hit was mon btrotis loiix- and cumfortalilc, and I kuoneil hit want very clean, as 1 have been cookiu in hit fur a month, uv mi that I would put the black dress in mi ridicule, that he might put the body in his perlicc, anil when we got tu Heaver Dam, I OPLUISVILL and MMPHIS. would put them on, that I would win i war mi meetiii bonnet, autl mi shawl, ULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, with the bunch uv yaller, green, red Nancy Jank l'KOM ANI TO and blue (lowers in one cornier, that 1 i.riHvii.i.LMr..iii'jiis.vn,nNiiiiiJ would look powerful nice, tn be nTO lt(li:,niul Sir.WOUl.KA.NT, f I told him that I never lowed tu he THK HKV. CiEO. II. T1IAYEK, III .1l0llllll. botherd with na other trunk agin Hoiirbou, Intl., says: "Hoth myself Tho Quick ant! Desirable Route while I lived. That he remembered and wife owe out- lives to .SlIILOH'S OUHhV' Sold by TO AND rT.OM the time I tuck mi purty spotted cow CONSUMPTION & 15io. Z. Wayno Griffin Vrrk rii'.lm'i'b'liln Hnltiimuo leather tiuuk I'd had nigh on tu sixty IVmhiiiRton Norfolk UM I'.ilnt C'nlort year, that every body who sot tha tu Klrlmnind l!iifl"ni.i Cli'velnil, Tho Motvic System. TnloJo CliiiPKO lmllnmipoli it's nn In hit crowded round 1'ke hit Cinuinnnti I oiilevillo Hillimori- ."uii.J Rnstorn nnd Northoaotorn Points whs e. show. When we got thar that The system ol measures having the ViekulmrK HoMii Itoupe time .lohnalhan sed we would go up and Mmnplii met'T for its basis has been niueh Orlenn MiiluK l.llllo Uoek Hot I as theoretically and practically in WV.t'lVnneJ-i- o the tavern in one of them thai Springs And p.'inU Land .Sake,; I ciiuld't well nigh perfect. But Mr. 13. Noel, .'.tl.Iipil Toxni ArUma Loulflnnn ami llic South nnd believe mi own ies, one of them thai-me- of Eng'aiid, challe-r'it, and also JJOUTilWKST. what driv hit tuck mi trunk and the use of ten as a basis of notation. To begin with, the meter is an inIlia lite i tlicro.iitily cj'ii'icil ard In slung hit on top, and hitolled, ami Brtln condition, otid provides mi vnr fell tu the ground, and busted wide-ope- convenient unit. It is too long to rrmiReini'iil In time mid thrnuili and the Huh bundles rolled in pace and too long for architectural U tl.otime niul A direction, and hit made Joha-tha- ti measurement. Tho foot is a much Trnili. eveiy l Mil rod by Oik l.iinitrtl Kpn Ijotil.villi) us hot pc;icr, caii.--o he ii id tu mora convenient unit. O.sl.y a muiitV r.lli nn.t Memplii'i t'bJ t'1" ,,c'1 '""' 'licl.et grab here and iliere fur mi clothes, 'ho value of the metric system is evjr . ncrvit-between tl.u iw fur I sot down and was takin uv a Mippo.ed, how ever to lie in itsdeciniul-ity- , mil nil W. I'. by liiK l tlnn good cry. fur no rooner hail mi trunk or lite of ten, and the consequent nt Xcivi-- r Dnm.oiActeehed the groml, than them thai had' ease of calculation, and not in the parW.H.Proul7.G6a'l Aat,.lMisTJlj.KT. Hut boys gethcivd round with tha knives, ticular length of the meter. I,H IKVII.I.r.MI'. MIl'W VTI!S. It. It. soil hit fell from Noah's Ark, and cut Mr. Noel gives reasons for considerhit iiitu little pieces ami went oil' ing the decimal the worst possible syslilviy . LouisTillii kt. L:ui9 & with the last bit uv hit. tem of notation. The reason for its 1 can't even lite this now without use, he thinks, is ten finbUIIKlH'bi: IN III'KIXT .NOV. I, toll. the tears rollin down mi furrowed gers, not its convenience. Ten is unchccKs, when I think 1 will never sec handy for divisions. The half of it is .No.AI, No.il, I'ully. mi trunk agin, the mo-- t hcautifulcit five an odd number and its fourth is lull). fivftri''01'"' In business TI3I. til. :l!Ji.lII. ono I ever set mi ies ontu. fc'o I nev- not a whole number. 7lXT&Ul.nii'.T.irr.... in. 7sl'.' We.t Point..,,,,,. er low tu take a nother trunk, no that nnd ordinary trns.ictious wo want to 1:1 ii. in. f.lffp. in. liriiiKlcnbiirft. ..., I tlont. When we got tu Heaver halve and to quarter things; also to . 0:11 a. in. t:;p. in, ItviiiKton u::iii. in. U:JI p. in. Dam, I went into the tavern and tuck to divide into thirds. We rarely tteiirn9nt Vl.IU.ni. tl:IU p. in L'lowrport oll'uii bounett and laid hit on a cheer wish to divido anything tirst of all in11:11 u. in. lO.in p. in. Iluteiville , lo.'Jt p. in Jjrjivlnport mid went intu a loom tu put on mi to tenths Tho scries half, qusrter, lis lap. in. 11:11 p. in, ..Uell'lii' dress and when 1 opened Jolinatluui's eighth and sixteenth comes more natl:"l p. in. II.Mp in. viiut.rill? l;.'ip. in. i:'i:i. III. peilieee, Land Sakes; I couldn't beurally and usefully to tho mind than 14r)lciiiliron No"..v.', hitndreth and thousandth. No.il, lieve mi own ies, he had left mi body tenth, I Luly. D.u'y ikwtiiou.np. on the bed at home, and what could A system based on 'twelve would be m,itf, in. 3: l.'i. m I do but go on with tho wrapper. lVv. Ilendereon bctte. p. in, Ii'17 .A, III. ,!i)oltllle Turcctly 1 heard the steam kara a l:J." p. nt. H:S7 n, in. Then wo should have halves, quart'.ivreV-iir- t, I'.ln, 111. J.u" p. in, cumin and mi bonnet gone, and every In niulti-plyii- ng ters, thirds and sixths. inH"tt.,i:-- i 'J ::j :i in. fii p. lfIHellli'.. ,. wo get along loo fast if wo body in the houso a huntin fur hit, p. in. I"'1" " '" Clovirpoit PU.Ill, 0:13 p. III. and I kuowed I would soon bo left have ten to ettut with. Ten times Hlplieiepfl in, Jiirti. in. IrTliiRlon in measures of - n. in. Till p. Ill, so I jist stopped up tu a big fat man ten is a liiir jump, 1; 0 ji, in, tM p. III. thill win in the room and axt him tu area and capacity we find this incon(Vel Point I'.im . in. DiOi P. in. Ar.!,(!llls git up, that I uhorcly, undotitedly venient. Wo cannot apply the decat put mi bonnet on that cheer, Land imal systom TelniT?b.,niiil No. M link conveniently to maiiy Irtliiln (Huimr lipl"l "llli.r-i- II., "" ''"l, Sukes: What'n sito hit was that man tilings in practice. We do not want ami ca.t II. . till. lUr linaluirv 4 lVeUm weiging over tu hundred pounds it tenor a bun died, but twenty-fou- r , jMt baiiml. Vor ruiite ,ilfliiiallon, aiblro JI. C, HORWK,(litt. 1'n'r Ak'I. settin on hit and mashed as flat as flit- hours in a day. A circle is better Ky. DO in each ter, but what could I do but go on with with its MO degs., with andWbUkc7Btblt hit ami Jolinathati n moiithin nil the quadrant. Tho pound of sixteen carad l hou wltb. oat ralu. Book of time, called ho felt mi powerful fino nil ounces is vastl more covenient than FBfcB. II l.l.WOOl.LKY.M.O. pounds, which is tho kilogrni 2) riji'il up in his Sunday yt-ssd; mn-wni- .CIi. P)le, I'aelor fir.t n.l Alplin llupllil, llnnl Simlii) iii.iiiuitfmi.l nulit. 'ai.biili.'iliool tee them. l!er J J Henim Ito'rlnrk. (eol.l-Srvl- .-ei r. ami nlxl.t. CibUlli-.lio- ol t n.. P. Iaxtiftha didnt rite fur BEAVER BAIL March 1 1, '02. Our ti.wn was made very sad last Friday, by the death one of our aged ami best citizens. Uncle Hilly tiray is with us no more, ho l.as paid the debt we all have to pay death. He spent u life of industry and usefulness, he was especially fond of childreii, and died at the age of c". John Miller and family, of Union visited his father, David county, Miller, last week. D. (I. Ciodsey was in town h;st week looking alter his political interWhile here he did not forget ests. his educational interests, hut called very pleasiuat "chool ami gave-talk, which was enjoyed by the school. Mrs. b. P. Taylor mm the improve nnd we hope to seo her out soan, U. W. Stevens has been on the sick list for seveial days. T. II. Puui'lit, of Ilortoi neigh" borhood, was in town shopping yesterday. Bliss Maggie Stevens, of Hartford College, visited relatives tn Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday, taking in llieentert 'inment Saturday night. The plav given for the bandit tu the Masonic Lodge was well attended, anil V.Ms hiiihly enjoyed by a crowded homo of appieuativo member of the troop filled his or her place' with great credit to themselves, nnd there was n noble moral taught ail through the pays, which iswoitliythc coiuidcrittion of those We would bo pleased who hcuiil it. if the Mason j would give another play in tho near future. Misses Lill nud Edith Christaiu, Maggie Duncan and Mary Kelly, all of McIIciiry, were present Saturday night, also a largo crowd from Taylor Mines. Misses Chrislain and Mary Kelly visited Miss Ophelia Steveus Sunday. 13. was T. Miller, of Prcntis, mingling with his many friends here Saturday night and .Sunday. Henry Howcrlon, formerly et a 13r-cry y, The dangerous illness of Senator Morrill has cast u gloom o.ver the Senate wing of the Capitol, where everyone is the friend of the Senior Vermont Senator. Ilis age gives him but a slim chance in fighting pneumonia, which is the dread, foe of the strongest men. Mr. Ilorrill has been in Congress, first iu the House and then in the Senate since 18o5. Secretary Blaine continues to improve, although he hns not yet ventur ed out of the House. He has not lieciikd upon taking a trip to the South, but he may do so. Secretary Foster has returned much improved in heulth by his flying trip to Luropc, nud he also picked up while iu England in an oflicial way, sumo financial information that will be found useful to him in his oflicial capacity, Commissioner Bautu took the wind out of Beprcsentativo Cooper's; sails by telling the House investigating committee that while ready and willing to answer any question or to give nuv desired information about the Pension Office or anything relating there he would not answer questions about matters pertaining exclusively to private business affairs. The Commissioner is generally commended for having the stand. His official acts arc properly under the control of Congress, but with his privato nets and business, Congress has nothing to do. Tho sent of sick headache is not in the brain, licgulfito the stomach (Offic. in Crowder Building.) Will practice hla profession In all tha and you cure it. Dr. Piorco's Peln,,nfiA. Oillo and Arlinlnlnt AIma l'nblle lets are tho Little Wegulators. Only 2o cents a vial. cough when Shiloh's Cure will givoo immediate reliof. Prico 10 cts., oOcts., and fcl. Sold by Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro. WILL-YOI Roslue, ISLyVj-.a- ., Attorney at Law, - court! ol yJnwfy WHY U 3T. Xj. Heavrin, ATTORNEY AT LAW, J. C. Hobiuson of Walton writes "I havo just romovod a Knot from a horses leg that was left from a hurt. Tho log is now perfectly smooth and natural 1 have a very high regard for Quinn's Ointment which has accomplished the above result." Will practice lila profession In ail the Courta of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In tho Court of Appeali. Ppecint attention aiven to collection. Office, orer WHIhma, Ik-t- A Co'e drugstore. Hartford, Ky. p. a. waif is Joni. - - Xr Om-uibtis- ter. s t tatui i.irt-ri-d- - nl - I.H ha. luu oux-havi- ;l. , was in town Saturday. 0. PIHLOIPS CATAUIHI -- Honitdv.A positive euro for Catarrh, Diphh. ,- ,,, theria and Canker-Mout.. Wayno Griffin Sold by & lltei. olo-VK- tos SI 1 . llrmiiU-itlmr- 1 . Dr. Feuner's Capitol Bittors all tho vital functions fiviii"; appetito and strength. A full doso and produces sloop a relieves night. For old people, women, invalids, and to ward of disease. !12 It For sale by L. B, Bean. t Jlfle, neiii tjUo. otUcollHi ('-'.- AHI3 VOU MADK .uiisurablo by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, 'rt Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skiu? Vitniizer is h positive euro. Sold bv '., Wayne Grtffin & Bro. Shi-loh- The President and Secretary Elkiiis were compelled by pressure of important public business to decline invitations to attend the annual St. Patrick's day banquet of tho Hibernian Society of Philidelphia. Columbia, Hayti nnd Venezuela are the only countries that will feel the retaliatory hand of Uncle Sam. All the rest of tho countries having either completed reciprocity agreement with us or got them so near completion as to let llienl out. The issued this President's proclnni.-'ioweek restores the duly upju sugar, hides, coffee and tea from the above named countries until such limo as they shall give public notice of their ' .iving removed tho duties they now impose upon the agricultural nhd other products of this country. It speaks volumes for the success of reciprocity that only three countries have to he retaliated upon, A mote absurd statement was never made than tho Democratic majority Ways anil Means Comof the llo-ismittee that they had concluded to postpone tho taking of a vote on the free wool hill from the '.'1st inst, to some iudefinats date in the future in order to accommodate members who wish to speak on the measure. The speeches made by tho Democrats just as well on the hill might have been on any other bill, nud tho real reason for postponing the vote is that tho Democrats arc not ready to call up any free trade bill, thero being difference of opinion among them as to which of tho proposed bills attacking tho McKinloy law shall be next called up. Tho details of the French reciprocity treaty, fuither than the Minister Heid, who negotiated it considers them very favorable lo tho Uuiled States, ar not yet known to the Stnte Depart ment. Tho Democrats of tho House do iiot expect to succeed iu repealing ,hc act to increase tho cllicieuey of our ocean mail service, commonly known ns the ".Mail subsidy" act, ami their only object in reporting n bill, providing for a repeal, and in push-n- g it through the Hjusi, as they will probably do, is lo enib.trr.is4 the Postmain carrying out that ster-General net. Ucpicsentntivo Walksr, of Massachusetts', Miiri in a speech defending thn McKiuley tariff that if tho tariff were not in the interest of the farmers ; March 14. As this place is not represented in your valuablo paper, and thinking that a half loaf is better than no loaf at all, will try to jot down a few items. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Tho mad dog scare has been tho all absorbing topic for sovoral days. Is prepared to do all kinds of A hound belonging to Buck Collins, Dontul work at reasonable prices. and supposed to be mad, came over last Monday, was caught and tied by A. J. SLATON, M. D., Burgo Thomson, but was turned & loose again. Tuesday morning it Formerly of Millwood, noir located at Leitoh-fielcauio into II. T. Thomson's store and odera lua urofentionalaerTicea to tha p.opl. (irayson nnd adjoining couitica. Office in us his wife was passing by the dog (tho Dr. linden property.) Mlj bit her severoly. Tho ilo was knocked down and driven out of the SECRET ORDERS. house by John Duke. After biting dojrs it loft and was sovoral other Cleern Maiwell killed tho same evening by .1. P. Kentucky, ineetaatCamp, No. 35, Deparlmenl ol lIrt(urJ,Ky.,ccouJ8atnrday Stevens. Thero have been several iu each month at 1 r. . C, M, UiiMTT, Captala. dogs killed and a good many put up. Jii. I,. Itowt ,'Scrxcant. Hily Simmons, the C3-- . .A.. 12. at the factory is armed with a shot J. WimGoimll Poll, No, 8, Departmental gun, says he will kill all that- - come Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'olock his way. r, m,, In Leitchfleld, Ky. We can't afford to risk the P. S. Uacaia.Com. lives of our families and stock to rabS.A.McSMtai.AdJ. "horton." DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, Sons of "Veterans. night-watchm- an, Court-lloui- id dois. Mr. Cooper has a pair of boxing-glov- es. Some of the boys are practicing. I). W. Likins chums the championship. Thero wad a linging at Frank W.ight's last Wednesday nihr. - ,.o The boys report a largo crowd of them i'ot iu at 1 a.m. Jim Black e...d his sister, Francos, are expected to pay a visit to their Thoy uncle, J. W. Black will leave for Texas jjThursduy to join their brothor, who wont out last fall. Wo rogrot very much to loose them as Jim is ono of our host boy, and Miss Francos one ofour most accomplished yourg Indies, having olosod a vory successful school nt Victory. Susan Stevens is spending a few weeks with Iter connections near Beaver Dam ami Liberty. Mi's. Bettie Stevens went to Beaver Dam last Thursday, to see Mrs. Delilah Taylor. Miss Maggie Stevens, who is attending Hartford College, spent the first Saturday nud Sunday nt home. Orm Leach, who cut his foot very badly some time since, is out on crutches. ltov G. J. Bean preached to a very good-sizecongregation nt Liberty Sunday. Subject: "The Ilesurrec-lion.- " Come again Bro. Bean. Tho Bickcts bridge, which has been dangerous, was rebuilt last week by J. M. and V. P. Leach. Sonic aro done sowing oats, but tho others like your scribe, nro trying to get done. Thero havo been a good sowed. many plant-bed- s Horton's prospects for candidates J, P. Stevens is Bcem to bo gootl. talked of for Sheriff. Lou Black'b friends waut him to bo tho next Circuit Court Clerk. What is tho matter witli Clayton' Woodward lor Shcrifly Ho is in the prime of life, a good farmer ami business man and would make a good Sheriff. Wishing you success, 1 will close. d PsrsTo.t Moatox Poat No. 4, Departmentof Kentucky, mecla oery Saturday before the second at flunday at 10 o'clock a. . in thecourt-hom- . Hartford, Ky, J. C. CaiKiaaLta, P. C. M. lli.Hor, Adj. J. IVrTo. Two Bottles Cared Her. VI 1689, aaHeriog 10 yoaja from abocki in my I bead, to much to that at timet I didn't axpeot to recover. I took medicinea from many doe-tor- i, bnt did not get any ri U' until t took Paator Koenig-- a Nome Tonlo; tho aocond do rUre4 8. W. TECK. mo nud 2 bottles curod me, 3D, 1891. Nhwtobt, Ky., February For many year. I waa itokly and very nor, ao that tho loait thing would frightoa me, oni, and my sleep waa unrefreahlng and I waa ao weak aa to be unable to do any housework. I and depreaaed. Now waa always everything la changed. Paator Koenlg'a Kerr Tonic 0 bottles. I has helped me; 1 amllkea new contented, Jeraon, can work. Bleep well and teal this medicine at every oiicor-ttuilt- y SLIbA UOtU A Valuable llaolc an Nervous aj ebtala Illfcou.e' aeut ireo id also iuur.ia and uoor patl.nta caa. tlila medicine free of cluune. Thia remedy baa lieou urtpared by the n.T.raad Paator KoenlK. of Fort wavne. ina-byaince ilia, ana the to bow prepared under hl dlrteUoa u Oaiuioll, la., Joly, FREE KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle. 6ftMrS& lane Site, SMS. ODottlosfbrBO. Obtained, and all I'AlKbT umiocm m ... u, leiiucu to lor iiiiiir.HAir. rt..-.- i II a. 1'iiK-n- t Ofticc, nnd wh'ibii ul, Hum than !i""I in lam i Mm ". liiu-iilini-i f nunKi.. iw.tni.u i.r rM.iMAnw.v, HesililMi IIOIO of ':' l"!l,T!',1,. ability lici-niliiiiceaiidHcinako Ao IJMittA KW.jSN IWIKtiT IS AftC'lKMl Tni advice. Icn,.: and lefciriict-- to iiinl , Hi. i, is in viiiii hit II Stale.C'iuuty.l.liy ir I civil, rnu lo Vinxm: . fnltm Olut Tima-o- r"1 N Ii O UlUonineaa, It cores qutctly. nedidne wokno. Malaria, take Itr.tWK'a IRON ro TiiKWnD, iduresuoa th)gnuu. For sale by .,, ill and . dealats its WhlH.liai:'4t. '- -. B DnoWlPS IKOX MITTKnS ALMANAC 'or lhf4 Contains One Hundred Ileclpes for delicious Candy cheaply und uulckly it lioiiio. Tlili boolcH KlveuawuyutUriui und BOiicrut atorcs. 91! jjwMrt nr nri mY ifmirrrit STTi niry Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAUUII !'., 181M. KNOCKED OUT. iunuHiii:i) i:vi:kv kkiijav moknino. Davo Smith Puts tho Horald Man Under tho Ropos. o, Owiin-iioii- ,.";.,,,.,,i'if-- r Al.UXANDr.it Hamilton' nlil home in New York City wis told Tuesilny Cor S140,.r00. As appropriation of 815,000 dollars has been obtained for Hough Hiver. Hartford will have daek.wnter navigation after a little. TiiKOwciisboro tiger o ncd up thusly: "The melancholy Tuesday (hiyii for Democracy have come; the hilver trouble begins in the llou.--e to iluv." t Jcf A rise life sue pot trait of the late Hon. II. D. McIIenry can bo seen at the Bank. It calls to memdry the 'honest face of Haitford's most lamented cituen. "Wi: have cheapatied sugar and When? quinine." Heally,lmvc"we?" "Wo" will doubtles claim Where? next that "we" have paed the Me- Kinley bill. Mll.Ks goe into tho Senate and like a "rent nianv other men whoso ambition curries them bovoiid tboir iluptb ho will insignificance. sink into political Jfcroiti: a man aks for a discussion should know what his own pail) isin favor of. At present the Democracy is completely at sna on the Tin ill atid alinosteverythliigeltc. he Tim: (Suvcinor has issued a piocla-matio- n calling for the election of a Congressman in the Teuth District to fill the vacancy caused by the death The of Henresentative Kendall. election will be held April 28. I ii t h it 1) Is Judge A. 11 Hnird's death, Hartford loses one of her oldest and most respected citizens. The mem bers of the C P. Church speak of holding memorial services'at their next meeting in honor of their lamented brothel. Sunday's Vuitirer-Joiima- l in speak- it so ing of the Henderson State Line in tr & v says: "The building of the road will now be begun in earnest." The contract has been let to Oliver Ferguson ACo.. of St. Louis, who will begin work at once and the road assumes tli the air of a certainty. A I'l AN APPEAL TO REASON. In answer to the petition of the people of Ohio county, the LegWatuie pushed ii law iroliibitiii'r the sale of intoxicating drinks in any ipimitity whatever, either directly or indirectly, within the limits of the county. Hut before such law should go ii'to ellect an election was to be held to take the sense of the people whether they wuild adopted it. A majority of about seven hundred citizens said by their votes that the law was good and that Ohio county would be better off The without the sale of intoxicants. fact that this law originated with the people uiid win not opeiativc until voted on by them makes it the example of tho action of ii pure democracy possible in a representative form of Government. In view of these facts, it is paing strange that any man who knows the advantages to be gained by the of law should studiously and wilfully violate the will of his fellow-citizeso emphatically expressed. That such j the case, however, no coin-pleten Kdi ions lu:rt'iii.K'AN: of Ohio count) have natuially expected, mid still nwait a reply to tho Ojiicstions so repeatedly put to the Herald in regard to Hoodie, and as a consequence of the miserable eeu-- c of an answer published by the Herald last week, they mux think it is of the due to the w i iter. I, iiiysoll.have nevi'r expected an answer for 1 knew nil alone; the line that the Herald's cry of corruption was only an inglorious attempt to cover ii its paity's foot prints. If I have made a mistake iu taking to myself any charges prefened by the Herald against Hevenue OHiecrs, t who came to Ohio county in 1W)0, respectfully ask you to designate the persons to whom you had reference s to the in your frequent allu-io- n who came from On dishorn. After your avowal to bo candid and open in all your chaiges you cannot deny this request, that thereby no 1 will more mistakes may arise. readily accept your statement, Editor Hirnld.that you were not thinking of meat all, in view of the recent "cut and diicd" Convention in New York whcio his "idol tuover Cleve laud was entiiely "out of sight" and doubtless in the agitated state of his mind his javelins must have been hurled at that "delicate Davie" ot Tammany fame. This must be why tho Ileiald seems to have such a bitter felling against the so called "cut and dried" nowiug the Lditor Herald to be the best experienced and informed bcul editor of the State in the use of of Hoodie, I refer to him tin inquiry that is now aiising throughout the country. It seems that after this "cut and dried" Convention in Xew York, in which the "idol" is over- thrown and David H. Hill steps in, C eve and s friends immediately come .. .....in,.',, to the front by raising 6100,000, and . . . the question now is, what is to be . , done wit i this moncv? Though we know you to have f shown the most per eet knowledge ot ...is the doings of a the Conventions, been a mysterv how you . ; informed of my visits to the lenders of the Republican party iu Ohio county previous to the Convention it is more of March 7th. Howeve 1.1 ,!.... 10 Hie mai 11111 sumiiu .IPIiaicul . ..r !.!.. ... l... . ...... ....1. Hon-dlercan-can- March 21. The people making 18 boaidefa and .'15 matricuWith nil undivided lates on the part of our citizens, Pleasant Hidgc will becomo tho "Athens" of Daviess county in tho near future. It. A. Cumliil filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday. Quuiteily meeting will be held hero Tuesday the 2!th of this mouth. The cnleitainniont g'ncn by W. Ilolhrook and wile Saturday night was.ttteniled by a gay crowd and by all, Miss Sue Jenkins visited her fiieuds at home Saturday and Sunday. W. K. Hennettgave Hedaatlying visit Satuiday and Sunday. The organization ot the Haptist Church is changed from the IlOth of Apiil, to the !lrd and 4th, of May. Dinner will be served on the ground tho first day. j Nueces to the HilPi'lil.lCAN. Hai.i.moiin. ed I ! ! ! FORDSVlLLE. March, 19. Mrs. Jones, of this plticc, is slowly improving. Her brother, Andy Oray, nt JcfTersontoivu, was called tr her bed side by tclegiani last week. Hud Mc(iuadd's mw mill blew up last week, but no one hint. Prof. Stum's school is piogiesing very nicely. Miss Maggie Johnson, who taught school near Patesville, is attending school here. Dr. Alva Jones, of this place, is attending the Medical School at Louisville. Mrs. Leeaiina Smith, of neai here, is up again. Mis- - Dimple Hayes called at the store the other day for "homado" sugar, but received C. F. Ford instead. Cooper & Sutton have got in their new spring goods. Ollie Hull, of Whitesville, was up visiting his mother, last Saturday night and Sunday. F. M. J. DllthiX lllsl Dcioinliei- - Lit ('Iimhi. Hit' Uoodwaids, Valley neighbor-llitoti- i Icecivol a severe full that was llppiiroutlv of but litllo e uis.'qiiuiee. A few weeks ago he w.is taken with u sudden and "eveic dining which u film eaiiic over his loiideiVd him totallv eyes which It 11 glit that the blindblind. ness was superinduced by the fall. if i I!I')iHII4iI jW IjKaV, t'MV I MY EYE SEE r - ofJiiy.i:u-Hit'OM-r- IIjj jllPpT A Willi tliu-- Mn. J. I. i'vmk, (lllrliorj- 3roo Farm, home ; ) KavliK-- , Vl.,wiyii "Afin iryliijt luiiiMii rcinoily, 1 rinioMil a InrK" Hunch -if lun j cur Miiiitlinir, from n 3 year uld lllly, S wn S aiillcutloua of I QUINN'S OINTMENT. of. I Iii'iirtlfy IIV Ante ltlntliolienttireparatlonl hunitratt hnvaverucdorhennl loull llunwuicu." If lis S 5 ciuch tettlmontali. Dodication IXU'tflTn The now Methodist 'Chinch at FoiiUville will be dedicated tho ec- - imriiiilmjKi rm ond Sunday iu Apiil by liov. JaJ. LllWMIII. (Iovh not r.fortilaltox. TBAnKUAiiK. W. n. IJIMIV At t:t).. WliKiliull, N. Y. llltllllllllMMIIIIIIIIJMI.piKiaMMiailllllKIMMMl' I rrlcr.slf..10nrrbaltli. Auk rounlruEelilfurll. Stiteinent of th; Condition Tin: or n Al the II. ISU'J. ot' T I), ISO.'. 'liii ol llniliii's-i- . .liiniiiir.t mill Milmillli'il Ii In- - Jim. Hills discounted Heal estate CROMWELL COLLINGS. The "Henderson State Line" can be heard frequently once more. Little Fiankie, daughter of Xetter Oillstrap, is quite ill of pneumonia. Married, on the 17tu uist., at the residence of the bride's father, Miss Vesta Wilson mid Finis Hurden. Mis Mosba Leach and Julian Hun-n- ey were married Sunday morning at the residence of the bride, ir, the pros- euce of a large number of friends. Miss Mattie Cljinn, an attractive and popular young lady of the Heda , . , , , , , , . iiciguooruooii, returned 10 ner mime last week, after a two weeks' vi-- to friends and relative-- ' heie. Our spiing school is still without a teacher, and some competent person would find a pleasant and paying o- si tion, as our people are enterprising and liberal as to school matters. it HKSOl'HCKS. S.V.r.HillU'J 11,000.00 (aootls We have opened a at Sulpliur Spuing. Kv., cn.si.iiing of Uihm:iiswi'(s l.)rv Ooods SirocTH's uniii riuvk rf IIRFT ,' , ' ..."I d ja in nl Iv Hi ell till tin ill). tin tin wit fac pe vot pie iler tivi J stri ailv piu will cili ' Tin 1)1)51 I'll VI met of (I (ifn the ttici pun viol tion PUC com ueth tlll'M II III! until ilolli fricn thee It ill ol if hi Iml . men! your liono it iioi the p violiii W nlrem forth fcl'l'llli di-o- n led w religii weeki !. and ii I'OIIIMI penpli tlmt wnys t COIHtll earth inns ii ttil law ce them inipni Ilartf. Thii ami il Prof. A. Lee Bennett commenced the spring school here last Monday week with a great number of pupil. J. F. Allen and wife, entertained a few of their young friends very pleasantly Satuiday night. What observing citizen can deny. S. C. Walker and wife leturned to save the love of money can prompt their home in Glasgow today, acmen to such action? Why will Mime companied by Miss Jessio Allen, who of our citizen puich.ise tliesuiluraucc wiU enter Liberty College. of a power they fear presumably for Mrs. E, D. (Juliy and little daughthe express purpose of shielding ter, Mercedes, have returned to their them in an illicit traflic, wheii, in the homo at Haitford. discussion? pursuit of such traflic, they as grossly Miss Belle Whittinghill has gone Ho who cannot tell the truth in violate State law as they would Natilings, cannot ho relied upon in to Trisler to teach a spring school. tional law if they had not paid the small Miss Nora Martin, of Beaver Dam, special tax? Do they set State and giving information in great thing. was the guest ot M!m Letu Itaglund authority at naught' Their Look at the Herald when the first recounty tirade Sunday. George Davi. Owensboro; action is an open insult not only to ply comes to his these hut to the people. hat can upon "Republican Boodle." Nothing W. P. Thomas, Hartfoid, were to mi E. II. While and wife explosion Saturday. n man gain by violating law? Suiely ii heard save a bomba-ti- c upon pcisoualities and the question of have moved to Louisville. nothing save, perhaps, a few paltiy Success to the Kci'uut. It an. dollars. He cannot hope to gain Hoodie was oi such little i'uportaiicc Biniiit Swi:i:t. Iu the friends; ho cannot hope to incieasi' that it was left unanswered. disthe confidence of the people in himself. second reply the subject under KINDERHOOK. He cannot hope to win the approv- cussion was entiiely ignored and the March, 27. Miss Omit Tanner, al of hi own conscience or the favor Herald denies making any personal liinn above Hintfoid, spent lat week of his God, Will not thmj in ho thus nlliMons to me, hut though the writer iu Iviiiderhook the guest of It. A. had the misfortune of never to have hid defiance to law and good governAnderson's family. ment bo reasonable? We appeal to received scaicely a thought from the Mis Prudie Bennett, No Creek, is your own reason, your own sense of Herald, yet it, in an underhanded aud the guest of Willie Waul and family honor and akyou in all candor would crafty way, hecks to weaken the ellect ut this writing. it not be best for you us well as for of my appeal to tho pe.iple by slanderL. F. I locker, a former lesident of thru-t- s actions. at my personal the people if you would cease your ous Kiiideihook, but now of near Curds. Having been a resident ot Ohio! violations of the prohibition law? ville.Daviesscounty.is visi.ing friends We think we see evidence of good county the greater pint of my life, l and relatives at this place public already arrisiug from the ellorls put serving the people iu ilillen-u- t I'M Wind, No Creek, spent Sunday ...,.,. ,1... : :.:.. forth for law and order There l.llMrilir", illlil11Milling, 1 11 1111, uiu iu Kii.deihouk. di unkennels and welfare of its people as much at heart seems to be le Mis, James II. Pattoii is sick at disorder on our streets. And coup as tho Editor of tho Ileiald, I feel this writing. led with the goi.d thus evident thc-- convinced that the weak and dospioaMrs. Bettie Maple, who ha Iktii religious revival of the la-- t tlucc 1)lc t,,,,rU r ,lml I,:,l, ' "et "P confined to her loom, for sometime is weeks comes with all its power for on its feet again will be readily reco' 110 belter at this writing. I). L. Smith. good, with its nmelioratiii" influence "icd. On the 18th of March the while ..-and its reviving of moral force iu the angels of death swept over this comcommunity. With all thi- - before the ' PLEASANT RIDGE. munity and took from our mid-- t people there is but one eoncln-ioThn inteiest iu Prof. I. S. Mason's the infant sou of A. W. and citi.eiw al- school is uuabatiiig, and our people Lottie Mills, age .'5 curs. He was that thn moral, ways in the vast majority are being are fully aroused iu the educational constantly reinforced. No power 011 woik. An effort to establish n high .sick only 11 few days with that lenrful The funeral disease, pneumonia. earth can' ieist a community of religschool at this place, is meeting with ious men, women, boys and girls. services were conducted by Itev. 0, U ill not those who have violated favor and prospects are fluttering at J. Bciui nt AVxnnder school house, law ce.iso their evil wavs and throw piesent. Susie King. J.allooii, L , C after which the little one was laid to themselves on tho great: tide of moral ji(Uar,,, Heda, Sue Mosloy, Whites rest iu the cold and silent grave at seep,g ICi (Ji c Keynni.u.M.iM.iwvillcimil that nhice. We sympathize with the Hartf.ud? Sutherland, 1110 new family in this their sad hcieavemeiit. ' ' Think about these things honestly OitAsriiinwnu. and matriculates since my hiropor Store-keeper d ed 1 An-ncrs- on, n, and intellectual all subjects upon only an intelligent and elevated plane, yet, in his efforts to recover his equilibrium, after such unchallenged evidence of his own duplicity iu the corruption of his patty, he lo-his equilibrium and his frail supports to the level of answering, just and true charges by a return ol personal abuses, and an efliirt at race prejudice. Every poison can see that eveiy attempt at an answer has brought forth nothing but an additional amount of abuse aud I am iu doubt false statements. whether to attribute many of his misrepresentations to ignorance, or a natural disposition for falsifying.' It is either a very ignorant, or a very untruthful inan.w ho claims to inform his readers, and then tell them that a leceives S.".00 per l". S. day. This is only another appeal of the demagogue to a sentiment ot prejudice that may exi-- t among tho people. I believe that the majority ot Ohio county citizens ( this Editor excepted) know that such an olliccr has never received more than $100 for every day actually served. Is this a hiirh-nnnde- Al. IxH i..s... w...o c.....h,,...,u, mnt ur situ- orilm.ik iiuwih.- nit IIIVl l wilij ' hi.-- . ilitifin. lit """"'" "(?)" ,lK,u, -- "'" . I I liU m- - Fditor (liscusse-- ! cs The farmers have been very busy Furniture and fixtures. ... 1 ,000.00 1,;M1.07 preparing their coin ground for the Bonds. t Debts in suit plow. .'!(!.".. ."ii) Expenses paid The public school, which was taught Cash ,'2',llM iu safe by Miss Mroie Tichenor, closed on Cash in other banks :!8,(il!'J.!52 the 11th hist. Quite a number of SI 10,0:57.111 the patrons and young people weie LIAH1LIT1FS. present $:!0,000.00 Rev. D. J. K. Maddox filled his Capital stock 7fi,or!5.l)r Deposits appointment at this place Sunday. 10. 157 Due other H.uiks C. T. Maddox, David Maddox and Dividend- - uiii.iid 1.00 Az.zie Maddox, of West Providence, 1,110.10 Prolit audio- and A. Lee Honnett, Centcrtown, atSU0,0;.7.!U tended church here Sunday. S. K. Cox, Pi:iiiii:m Little Hoseoe Render is visiting his sister, Mrs. Alvin Howe, of Center-tow- n this week. C J. W. Tichenor has nut entirely recovered from la grippe. Willie, the little boy of J. M. W'ti.ttttil l.i HIIUII if.UIIV AfVIIJUIIIIll StogiH'r, was severely burned on last II in.. W.inini.ini ,,IIH.II, tU Harrison Lhiun, of Heaver Dam, suc Friday. His clothes caught fire from ceeded in reaching his home last Sunthe grate, and there being no one in day without being froze ti, stolen or the room but his little sister, he was badly burned befoie aid could reach "haunted." , The usual tranquil sereuity of our him. Kdwiu Howe is on the sick list. Success to your highly appreciated little town has been dispelled by the advent of a 20th century disciple paper and its worthy editors, is the L'twiiiii nd faoinrft Ilil'iri lYirriti iviim wish ot M. ' , .' a hails from the classic hills of lennes- W, T.cKENNEY, ee. Ihose who presume to diller t from him religiously are pronouncedi ,V . "dead certain for Hell and he offers . 4 to bet a "ten dollar gold piece that, BEAVER DAM, KY. ' , ',lJ hi his ollice fioin the first he can prove his every assertion. He . Of--. .,- is carrying on at the school house, M to the loth of each month. ':: five over Bank. All work guaran- and although but lew people have the ' . . teed. Pi ices reasonable. slightest coiitidence in his sincerely, tVm ' li i. he has had good congregations at each "perfonnance,"and the boy frequent ly yield to his pleading; and "stand up" for hi piayers. There is a dif- . feieuccof oiuuion as to whether he is ' crank or hvpocrite, mi enthu-iasti- e rebegs ,,lt vmlr . ,iumblc . hi- to say iiivings show too much method for ignorance and decidedly too much piofauity to be tolerated by TO ALL. people and especially in of Oud, us I iinder.itau.l Iu the house & ha been allowed to preach (?) iu His stay churches at some points. .in ii. 11. Hi.i, rin.T. i, I iiiimi', I'i.'ii. hole will doubtless be a short one, ALIKK. and I trust for the good name of Ohio Of tho Condition of tho that his stay 111 the county county A CitniSTl.vx. may bo brief. SPKCIAL riTKiNTIOiS 1 I . POINT PLEASAN r. Tinware ufc, ami will sell cheap for cash or conn fry prohiicr. (all and sec us and he conviiu'ed. licsprclfiillv. L. II. LV.M'W V i k m CO. i. TV . Uffllt,fflffl"UiS v r V f f f ' V V T ' ' ASEBIER1 xSBJjHiKijBHHHS tyj &k JUT L-I1- . ij V&Sr$ffiW2p0 . j L, 3FIBL3B, 1 Propi-ief1 o Haunt; bought tho public that , .: '. m DENTIST li" A Oar Load p"xQ"J" . '' T? Linr I'm- - lies i.i K. W Tmlor. I wish to inform thu will il . .1 iriiiie.-a- l I. orv . St at tho m F 'Id M. mil, uiid also M'.'ji mi hind I!' 'Gil IKS. WAGONS and CAIM'S i.r t!n latcit and most upprmed make. ;.?' Don't tli.it t'm ll.trtfnrd Transfer - 'il! tc th,. front iu Iich.ilf of ibi.ilriiiiiincran tr.u'inc;piiliio. I'Ii'.-im-i - a .all TIIHEE TIMP ,'i DMI.V. 1 lui-in- o. 1 -- . ciirre-immle- nt llor.se of Fertilizers just ceived. Car Load Hates. Write or call. of tho old HciinMo CASEBIER'S 'BUS blioe Isruiuls attentiMi given to all stocic ontrustotl to my caro. Yours Very Reppoctfully, G. Xj ZCtwZD KCartfcrd, 35I3--. iKS.- -. M&WR JH0RSE? SHQWSSPBEP? tJilA Elc0 HITCH HIM TO Cind-feariii- g Hock mi Co. mm mm Given THE GREAT . 1 r MfgdEspeciallyForEXERCISINGandSpEEDING. Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be Tmf Mo;t PPRPPfT ;ill UY TADT luiicc W Him? d rosineT March '2'2. M. S. Hagland it Son's stave machine has been doing au immense business heie for the past month. A freight train killed a very valuable horse of It. It. Wedding's one day last week. Beaver Dam Dec. 31, 1891. DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Businoss Loans and Discounts. Heal Cash 011 to the Traveling public. AGENTS WANTED. IiwseoFREE.I Catalogue .ORTLAED tffiSSfe .. .S.'lT.OIiL'-'-S U.OOO.OO Fstate Furniture and Fixtures.. Hami aud Hanks. 111 ' l.JiOO.OO !.'),80li,'J s?07,:i70.r).-. M?f2$Mk?&: s;s )im&emfflgemmmwssmr other LIABILITIKS. Cupifal Stock Paid Surplus Fund Dei.oit Account SM.OOO.OO 8()2.:il 2.2B0.00 M.'JoS.tM 8C7,:J70.r).' John II. Bahnk, Cashier. Subscribed and svorn to before me, thia Also keeps a firsl-clas- s For Cataloguo and Prices, writo tho Manufiioturore, January 1, 1892. Shelby Taylor, D. O. O. C. We take pleasure iu submitting this our first annual statement to the public. We have no'v as safe a depository as any in the State, and solicit the business of linns', corporaSpecial attions and individuals-Fvchaiigc tention to collections. bought and sold oil the principal cities of the United States. John II. Barnes, Cashier. . Live 17 and Feed Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. where you can have vour SI a hie, "Seeing Is Believing." And a good lamp must bc simple; wlicn it is not simple it is not cood. Simple, Jleartiful, G'W these eS4 words mean much, hut to s.e "'llic Kcchcstcr" W will imnrcs tlu truth more torcibly. All metal, vc.'iypw tough ami reamiess, mm mane 111 inrec jncces omy it is ai'Silxb.'v sttreaad unbreakable. Like Ahddin'i of old, it is nuked a "wonderful lamp," fcr us mart is purer and bnehtcr than pas light, velous softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. Ifthelmipilcalcrhnn't Iheci'iinlna (. SlV I I: firtliUHimp TunRociirsirp, Ho li ur nu-- l I In sulc ou x.aul.ffail tj i (: oar new illiiitraUilciulnc'i:. ' vl'' "'"' fi" n 'nml' tfily bv cnrm our ilioicc ut o.cr 'J,ouO Vrtaau.l 7.! PJKrYtllvarlM ci frun the .Un'tit .J' btrt m the Ii jiIJ. .oCHi:sXi:u LAII CO., ia I'arU Place, Now Vorlt citr. M5 li'-h- Horses Fed. el (lie hr.sl of ,A 4mm seems The Pittsburgh lamp is one 01 inoFe day or nigh I. Leave vour ris pT and RfM$$$ fwWjiiW or- - (lint to be finished. It seems to reach the end as to goodness of 1 1 g n t in ftvery way, and ease of jm .1 11 a g e ment. flic only care it requires is ": "j and wiping. Olrt falls out when the .'...mey is taken off, .not into nocket as in other central-- . .aught lamps. Putting in a new wick is a .cry easy matter indeed. All this seems strange to "ie who knows how trouble--'other good lamps are. It is in all the good lamp-oreSend for a primer. M s, mlin BURTON. STANDARD rOfUjCENTUnv ! vTim.niTi'wmiofi. ji ,tj. I, Ko. 2, 66Tbs ...- Rochesterc" -. .,1 t Thorough rincllcallirlrucllon. Ota.lnilfnm. IhUi1 Iii jonlllotifc. Cntalusncfiri-- , Willrlo BRTAMT a STBATTUI BUSINESS COLIEGE, iFkiiWjii ScliJ Tir83, LOUISVILLE, KY. 'uCTuLL DBAJULdU jADMAJji OYOfi-LiG- O Or.j.oo GTRICTLY HIGH GRADE-- Ho. . TWIN BROTHERS Chilian Tires, Solid Tires, 30, Ladies' Cushion Tirss, $05.00 Ko. 4, Goiivertiblo Solid Tires, Ho. 3, Ladies' DRY HOP oun 085.00 IS r" fe Ho. 4,C, " $05.00 Cushion Tires, $05.00 YEAST THE QUICK CnsMoii Tires Warrautod ALU No bottor machlno mado at . any prico. L 501 ran WATtRlOO YCAS1 Vt burgh, Pa. PlTTSUUROK BRASS Co RISER CO Iutorchanae- alic, BIcyclsCatausFrta. .41 $85.00 ' It I '' ilispar-ioiiuti'l- -t Happy and content i a liome with " The Ko Chester ; a lamp wr.h the liclit o( the morning. Cataloguci.uritc Uixhcitrr l.ampCo .NewYork. LIGHT BREAD riUROir MICH .ToirrT 1?. iLiOvftTj jvhtvis twt nU iMihx .ii Ai''- ' 'us'. !'.::; t ):V..' 'It" Ulfi t v t I i.'jr Wwf. W9v J $85.00 'it ?.::;.:. co., :,,!. '"-f- .u'tr-- , i ki. L II ISMNIiSMMMMIasMMitil FAIR BROS. mmrnf nro'll imn.i inCUJLHIUtl. CASH ft CO. hECOGHIZED bj the Call on T..I. Morton for Grocer ies. TOWN MARSHAL ei SHOT. TOWN TATTLER. A citizen was recently heard to say that if Congn si votes 85,000,000 mi w for the W orld's Fair the Congressmen ought to he bunged, ami that if tho President sins the bill he ought to he burned nl tho stake; aud ho was a Kcutuckiau, too. Take your produce to G. T. field. Wcs-t- W. P. FAIR BROS. & CO. MERCHANTS, For the best flour in town, go to Wester Held V. Thomas is Seriously Wounded by a Desper ate Character Namod Bon Long, Jr. Facts and. Figures. Anderson's Bazaar, so long famous for keeping only the best and most Stylish goods is now preparing to surprise its many patrons with many new novelties, "just out," during the coming season. It will soon be time lor those new iubrics with all the necessary staples generally kept by the Bazaar to arrive, and in order to make room for these new goods Sara & Me have been Slaughtering Prices on all lines for ECONOMIC i.j ABK ID! v. OUR MOTTO: Soil Stacks of Goods PURCHASING Pnblic As BAROMETER ut a small profit of rather than YY HARTFORD'S SAFEST IjU T fT i PRICES, A Small Amount of Goods with Profit Stacked on TRADING Place. -- Them. I Emphatically and. Undeniably THE LEADING HUSTLERS. We Keep Everything in our Line Money Will Buy. We buy for C ASPi. We sell for CASH only, X All Patent Medicines constantly IN AND ABOUT TOWN. on band and sold at tho lowest Hartford is noted for her profess prico at '.. Wayno Griffin and Bro. ional Scars on the and Burton have lately faces of some of the town boys will addod another span of fine horses to readily to testify the above fact. 'Tis getting quite fasionable iu their already comploto stock of livHartfoid society to send cards before ery teams. breakfast. We have never had any Cnsebier A Burton will furnish experience in this lino neither do wo conveyance to and from Beaver Dam wish to, for wo think it altogether disat reasonable prices. One price to gusting. all. Call and see. The "Jim" who tried t get the rich Little Anderson Mills, a three year man to attend the meeting aud do child of A. W. Mills, near town, died good, is just to the reverse of a certain last Friday and was buried Suturday "Brown" man who when the members of a certain class at College, get at Alexander burying ground. on the right track, always has a ten-SXTc-uiia "STou. J. W. FoTd k Co. willhamllo this dency to get them to do wrong, hut e.ir tho Old Reliable Champion 'tis like pouriiig water on a duck's back has no effect whatever. Mowing and Reaping Mnchiiibs, improved, also repairs for same with Notwithstanding the fact that we're lit a regular church-goe- r, sulky Imy rakes. have been attending the protrae'ed meeting all Last Friday, while Mr. and Mrs. the timo, trying to do our duty, we Win. Ward, who lives at Rev. R. D. nre almost torcert to loose our religBennett's, were away from home, the ion to some extent, when we miss a house caught fire and had it not stcpping.8tonc now and then and get Carwin A Co. will huy nil kinds of been for some of the neighbors who our "Golden Slippers" in such a concountry produce chanced to pass, would have been dition that wo arc compelled to stay ut home from the day service to atVon will gtt n bargain il you trade completely destroyed. tend to them this is our "Desert o" with Carson A Co. W. B. Render returned from Dallast Saturday. Miss Persecution". on Dollars in farmers pockets, by las, Texas, Mary Render will remain in DalPERGONAL. trading with Fair Bros. A Co. las 'till June, when she will take an Thomas extended trip to the Gulf, through Born, to the wife of K. I Henry Field is sick. Mexico aud to other points of interon Lift. Friday a line 11 Jib boy. Miss Ouia Tanner, above town, is return est in the great South-we- st, sick. Quinine cheaper than ever boforo ing to Hartford in August. C. B. IJ. Felix, of Olatou, was in at ',. Vnne Griffin and Uro. Mi.s Sallie Reufrow and Mr. Will town this week. Miss Vorda Taylor has returnd Buy tho Oliver Chilled Plow the Thomas, of Yelviugton, Ky., were married at Evausvillo last Wednesbest on earth, at Z. Wayno Griffin day. Miss Reufrow is the daughter froir; Louisville. T. J. Morton has been quite rick, mid Bro. of Virgil Renfrow.of SulphurSpriugs. and Mr. Thomas is to be congratula1-ted- , but is improving. The dry good store just opened by W. I. Rowo, Ceutertowu, called in Miss Sallie is oueofOhio Co's -v-1 J. II. B. Carson will now run under most popular young Indies. to see us yesterday. the name of Carson A Co. E. D. Guffy returned from FrankThe DMrict Co:ifnrenco convenes is Elegant Clothing department for at the Methodist Chrch here March fort, Saturday. Visit our Cheap, T. F. Johnston, S'llp'iur Spring, 31, and continues to and includes genuine bargains. Bishop was in town yestorday. the first Sunday in April. Faiu Bite. A Co. CALL OK- Miss Geitrude Mills, Kindorbook, A. W. Wilson, Baltimore, Rev. We have just received u nice line Zcphaiiiah Meek, of the Central Meth- is visiting relatives in town, odist, Catlettsburg, and Rev. II. B. Miss Katie Coombs has been sick of Prints and Gingham. Cockrill, of the Kentucky Methodist, two or throe days during the week. Caiwon A Co. will attend. Bishop Wil Louisville, W. G. Tilford and T. C. Pirtle, Our spring 810.00 all wool auitcnro son will he the guest of Mrs. McHen-rCromwell, wero iu iowii yesterday. while here. great nellcrn. Come and sec them. AIMj 1ft'rv??Tii.fW'X Clurlie Westerfield, an attache of F.vnt Bitos. A Co. Judge Baird Dead. this office, has been sick, this wo;!;. The reaper of death has again visitMi M.iry Cox and James and JuFor seed potatoos,Northern Early ed our town and taken away ouo ot liet Thomas have returned from FlorRose, onion sots, nil kind field seed our oldest and bpt citizens. Alexida. TRAIN I.KiVK I1KAVKH IHM. and feedstuff, call on . I. V. Ford & ander Burnett Baird was born in this Miss Nola Westerfield ha been TKU.NS (IUIMI WK.VT. 1821; died :llJ'2t countv, February 21, l.'.IOr. m. Co. Nu..'., Mil tu.lKipw. sick for several days, but is imMach'20,1802. At the of age 21 he ll:K'p. . !n, 7, l.lmf (.i Krr ' proving. TRAIN flOINO KANT. C. E.Ronik, who came over recent- was appointed Deputy Sheriff of Ohio Mrs. W. L. - VI r. . Snauldiug is in N..e, Mil iid Eiif... in 1851 he was elected ly from Greenville, is highly pleaded countv, and Uo. t, l.imltwd Bipr.ii - 1:12 Justice of tho Peace, being one of the Owensboro, visiting Uir aunt, Mrs. with his ucw borne among us HartRoborts. first to serve under tho new ConstituFRIDAY, MARCH 2.", 1892. ford ilea. tion, but resigned to take his seat as Dr.I. S. Coleman and wife are County Judge to which position ho Owensboro William A. Kdwards and tho Ward was elected in 1854, holding that of- visiting in tho city. Read Lcacha "ad." Inquirer. Bros,, f)f No Ctcck, delivered a nice fice two terms 8 years; iu 1861 he Naw millinery at the U.uaar next G. W. Roid and daughter, Miss lot of hogs to Ben Gray of Beaver, was engaged in tho tobacco business Mamie, visited friends iu the city week. hero us agent for a New York firm. this week. Dam, Tuesday. Siuco then ho has been engaged iu All Ca'icoca ro a yard at Anderson' L. M. Hunt' Ilorton. L. II. Loach, and Surveying Our excellent College correspondent Civil Engineering Bazaar. called to see Rcpuiimcan business. Ho was a prominent mem- Sulphur Springs, has been sick, and the ber of tho C. P. Church, iu which he U3 Wednesday. wnut a nice Hat, visit CarIf you lacks one of its most interesting feat- stood high, having represented that Miss Ella Walker, Buavor D.im, ton & Co. ures this week. Church in a General Assembly at visited Miss Fannie Casebier the ICcesport, Pa. Buy your furnishing goods from first of the week. Resolutions on tho death of Judge On December 24, 1844, ho was Canon A Co. Miss Sallio Coleman is visiting A. B. Bairdwere handed in too Into married to Miss Sallie M. Burnett Heckles daughter of ftOO suits at for publication this week, but will ap- and is tho lather of Co!. C. T. Baird, hor sister nt South Carolltou. She of Louisville; Dr. A. B. Baird, of this will be at homo in a fow weeks. Fair Broi. &. Co. pear in next issuo. town, and tho father-i- n law of Gen. Capt. Bibb, who has been visiting Magnificent units and awful cheap L. II. Leach has opened a dry Sam E. Hill, ot Lexiugton. He was, his daughter, Mrs. Mao F'air, has retho Hartford Cemetery turned to his homo at Bristol, Tent). at Fair Bros. & Co. goods and grocery store nt Sulphur buried iu Monday at .'I p. niin tho prosenco tho new drcas patterns very sty- Springs, while his brother, Charlie, of a largo crowiTOTfcrrowing friends Sec Sliss Maggie Hard wick, of Hartford, is visiting Miss Lutio Lee, on lish at Anderson's Bazaar. will continue the drug business at and relatives. street.- - Owensboro McFarland Rough River is 19 feet on tho Beda. Inquirer. gauge and alowly rising. The revival has been a uccees, W. P. Render, Point Pleasant; Dr. Tho Christaius have been revived, W. M. Carter, Hopkiusville; L. F. B. C.'b will entertain Tho R. Hookor, Curdsville, were in town many have had the joys of salvation night at College Hall. all-arou- nd Tuesday. tinners fully restored, and thirty-fou- r Ey opening wonder in diagonal Surely tho Dr. V. M. Taylor, I.eitchffold, wife Faju Buos. A' Co.. have been converted. people. auita. and three children: Col'. C. T. Baird Lord has been with his and wife aud Miss Lily Baird, LouisSuiti from 811.00 to tho finest worn Mrs.Sarah Ami Wallace.No Creek, ville, attond)d tin 'fuuoral :f Judge Faiii Bitos. & Co.. by men. Baird Monday. died Wednesday "evening at ( o'ujock. Rev. Kittrell was eick Tuesday Tha funeral takes place at No ?Creek C. R. Martin wont to Eddyevillo ight, and Rev. Pato preached in bia Church this evening at 1 o'clock. aud Grand Rivers Sunday returning stead. Monday. lie comu3 homo more of She was one of tho oldest women in the opinion that Hurt for J istho dearthis part of the county and had lived C. R. Martin u prepared to furnish est old town in tha State. you anything in (ho jewelry line or a Clirislaiu life for halt a century or Miss Sara Collins, of Anderson's more. optical goods. Bazaar, who tins boon in Cincinnati for past ton days buying a spring Hugh Ferguson, the Ceutertowu For fine Clothing, for medium stock of millinery aud picking up rapist, was captured in Evausvillo Clothing go Clothing, for and ideas, will be now novelties and brought to jail here Sunday to Fair Bros. A Co. homo Monday. morning by Detectives Hutchinson Miss Dora Gibson, who has boon Howell, his accomplice, Ben Long, Sr. was tried Wednesday and Crane, confined to hor room for somo before Judge .Jun. P. Morton for hog was captured on Pond River in Hop time on tho account of a fall last stealing and was held under $100 kins county Monday night aud brought Decomber, is out again. Her many bond to await the action of thy Circuit to jail Wednesday evening by W. C. firends wuru glad to soa her on the V, streets Wednesday. Whayne and B. U. Bates, of Calhoon. I Court. snow-fighterCai-jbio- And is the true way to handle goods economically for the Consumer. Ttiinlc It Leave your order fur groceries at Ben Long a:wl son, Ben, living Westerfield's. about two miles above town, were acor hog stealing, and on last Call at tho now Furniture store cused Saturday a warrant was issued for look. ami tak o a their arrest. On Monday about .'i T. .1. Morton is anxious to soil you o'clock Town Marshal W. P. Thomas and J. S. Moseley went to their home good Groceries and Fiiruituro. and arrested the two men, who made Clothing selling for the pricoofa no resistance and said they would go mere song this week nt Fair Bros. A along nt once. All parties were sitCo. ting by the fire talking when young Ben got up, .walked to the rear of the Cottomulcs and Cotton Jeans from room and taking down an old musket 11 to 'JO cts a yard ut Anderson's Bawhen the oflicers were not expecting zaar. it, turned upon them with the gun. Anderson's Bnnar will cell while it Moseley ran to a rear door of the lasts, tobacco canvas by the bolt at lAc house while Long continued to advance on Thomas, who tried to knock po'r ynid. tho gun away, but missing it, reHoward's pure crab cider for sale ceived the load in his forearm, which at the Hartford House by the glass, was torn iu n fiightful manner. The gallon or barrel. load went up his sleeve aud not a shot passed out, the wad, shot and nil See tho beautiful designs in wall lodging iu his arm near the elbow. paper at oc, 7c, 8c, and 10c, at 'A. Moseley fired from tho rear but missi i' it nyiie f'tr... mm inni, virmiii ed Long, and Thomas, who had fallen, R. Martin wants your Watches, needing his attention, no was assisting C Clocks and jewelry to repair. Work him when Long appeared at the door and threatened to shoot both of thorn. good and charges ow. Moseley finally succeeded iu getting See our new wick suits regarded by Thomas out of tho yard and leaving him in the caro of old man Long and everyone as beauties. Strothcr Hawkins, came to town for Faiii Bito.s. A Co a physician. Voting Long loaded his We are making a ppeciul drive on gun and enmo on to where Thomas our 810.00 suits. was lying wounded, attempted to Faik Biios. A Co. shoot him, but being prevented by his father and Hawkins, fled. Thorn-n- s We earnestly solicit the patronage homo ami Drs. Penwas first-cla- ss of all who want drugs. dleton, broughtand Miller dressed his Baird .. WaykiiOiukfin A Bito. wound. A close watch has been kept for Our Clothing better than ever, the Long, but to fur he has not been beet ever seen, so everybody says. captured. Faik Bkoh. A Co. 1 "To go or not to go, that is the question," murmurrcd a young man under his breath as ho heard the clock iu an adjoining room striko ten. He cast a glance nt the fair one nest a little way ling in the rocking-chai- r a ofl, aud she seemed to have a Jittlo-longdear" expression oa her face which was, however, the opposite of whnt she felt, and so he decided that "not to go" wus the prop-p- er solution. How vain is liumun reasoning. Four minutes later that youth was wending his way sorrowfully to his room, thinking u blue streak ot bad thoughts ngaiust tho old man, ior having called nt such u moment. "do-stay-bed-time Frank Decker, of the Louisville Commercial, received a letter tho other day from Beaver Dam, telling him that he could do good work in the way of eecunug subscriptions for the great daily if he would cumc down. He lost no time in coming and arrived in tho little city Monday on the 12:10 train, ready for his work. But it soon dawned upon him that our Beaver Dam was not the place he was looking for, that it was a boat landing on Barren River to which ho had been culled. Ho realized he was left, so he camo over to Hartford. conferred with our hustling newsboy, Wulter Martin, met his old friends, made new acquaintances and Tuesday morning started on his way rejoicing. Who is it that wouldn't envy the man when in this fix: WHEN TWO FKKT AI'AItT. V and will continue our Slaughter Sale for several days longer, so if you wish to take advantage of the bargains we now offer, visit the Bazaar and take our goods at prices named below: All Calicoes, many wnith 0 nnd 7c for Dress Ginghams, worth 7 and 8c " ' " 10c Heavy Checked Cottons, worth 7c " ' " " Light and 6c " " Stripe Heavy Shirting 8ic and 9c " " Shirting, good, " 7c and 8c -- " Toweling, worth 15c " Jc several days 5c yd Cc " 8c flc " " " " 12.1c " " 10c " common . Table Linen, pure flax, worth 30c " " fine bleached, worth two " .10c Turkey Red Tobacco canvas, worth "c Pure wool fillingjenii.. orth 40c Extra Heavy cotton ji.uis worth 18c and .10 Common cotton jeans worth 12Jc and 14c " K)e " " 8c " " 4c " " 22Jc " " 45c " 22Jc " " lc " " 32c " 15c " " lie " 0c " 12Jc" 7ic" 4c" "Yes, I think me to settle down ly pretty . ht it's give up cigarettes You know that don't like to bo flattered " about time for I'm going to you're awful." that I " etc., etc. "It's not flattery ." WHKS OXK ONK FOOT AI'AItT, "Don't please dou't ''Oh, nonsense! no oue can see ." But it isn't riglit- "Oh!" etc., etc. -- ." can WHKN IIAI.K A FOOT AI'AItT. "Sweetheart? 'Love- ," etc., etc. WHEN JAM "W Pay tc Investigrace. II' TOOKTHEK. FAIR BROS. Hartford Temple of Fashion, CO., Props. '. etc., etc., nnd more of it. - It d -- T. J MO It TON. 9 N.N &M.V.R.R. y Not mnny weeks nsro there was no ticed one Saturday morning an unu sual nustie and hurry about the Temple of Justice. There was a great demand for rubber bote, leggings, coats, shotguns and good horses. It was socn rumor ed that three of the jolly denizens of the temple of Justice were prepariu;; to go About noon everything being ready, the trio moved gayly out of town, led by the sorrel and his gallant rider. If there had been any feeling of envy among tho unfortunate ones who were unable to take part iu the anticipated sport, it was surely not lessened by witnessing the jovial fellows as they rode nwuy to tho flats, where the aquatics were supposed to float on the placid bosom of the Big Pond in all tho abundance a uimrod could desire. Hours passed and nothing was heard of the hunters. At last in the dim distance the report of a gun was heard, then another and another and another, until it seemed one continuous round in short, that a battery of French mitrailleuse had been turned loose on a Prussian squadron, so incessant was tho firitig. All expected the huntero would come home laden with spoils, but whnt was the surprise of all, when the shades of evening begau to fall and the huu-ter- s returned, oue nta time, wct.mud-bespattere- d and undone, each with a lonely scalp dangling at his belt. double-barrelled duck-hunting. high-mettle- d wood-peck's Wool filling dress goods 8c yd for Woolen dress plaids worth !50o " 22c " " " stripes " .10c 22Ac " " 40"c " " All wool dress Plaids " 50c " Stylish wool dress stripes worth 45c 35c " Black Uro. Drab and other colors of Henrietta and e all co at Slaughtered prices, wo have not spaco to name here. Uress trimmings aro also included in this Slaughter sale. Everything goes. In shoes wo aro murdering prices on everything we handle, oveept our Anderson's "Wear-Foreve- r," "Great Wear" and 1.011 shoes. Notwithstanding this Slaughtor of prices every shoa wo have is worth much more than our regular marked prices as isovidenced by tho increased demand for our SOLID LEATHER shoes at Honest Prices. Wo also have a "Job Lot" of Anderson's "Wear-Foreve- r" shoes, Ladies sizes, in both button and front laco that wore slightly damag.-.- in the manufacture worth $1. 51) nnd 1.75 which u have thrown into a pile and offer pick and choice of tho lot at 1.(M) a pair. No more when these aro gone. Our children, misses nnd ladies rubber overshoes go' now at 12c, 15c anil 18c a pair. Wo won't have them long at these prices. kVo can harflly bogin to enumerate the many articles on which you can save big money but will ask vou to consider prices wo do quote above and if there is any thing else vou want at Sacrifice prices call on SARA k ME at So-jj- ANDKKSON ,S BAZAAR. T. ID. -- TTXTJILXJlZS' FINEST AND CIIEAPEST3- - iSDOESTHE 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. 1). WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. C'ommittoo Call. The members of the Ohio county Republican Committee aro requested to meet nt the Hartford House, in the town id Hurtford, ou Monday April 4, 1892. There is some very important business to come before the Committee, and I hope that all the members will bo present. Resp'y, J. S. R. Weudino, Ch'urn. fx . f. f r.nw - pj i Miitt tut m r. iv. w B1 lomc. hi . nam &.BIUOLSSNE5SS. N fls pleasant as?n0iSyi up. l Master Commissioner's tice to Creditors. Nothat the Taitctcss Chill Tonic which hat satisfaction, nnd IVf v.li'ihyou hear your ncighbois talkl ubout fs Gkovks. To Ret the origiinal V and ucnuine Tcstclcss Chill Tor.ic, at. wavi nsk for finovi'.'s. nnil don't nccer.t chean. untried substitutes, claiuilne to be just as good. Grove's Tastclesi ChitlTontc holds full 6 ozs. nnd coMalns'48 doses, while many of the new, untried tstelc: tonics only hold 4 ois. and contains but twenty-fou- r to thirtv do.es. Orovc's Tonic is as large as any dollar tonic and rotullH for fit) coins. MuiiurtictimMl by PAHIS MEDICINE COMPANY, 6t. IouU, Mo. Sold by ull Drugrc'sta. OHIO CIKCUIT COUIIT. TTUIs bh 7 pwn such universal W. B. Leach's Adm'r, Plnintiff. Agniust. W. B. Leach's Heir?, Ac. Def 'nte. All persons having claims agaiusl the estate of W. B. Leach, deceased, are hereby notified to produce tho same, properly proven, to the undersigned, Master Commissioner of said Court, ut his ollicc iu Hartford in Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before tho 2d day of May, next, or they will bo forever barred. This 8th day of March, 1802. John P. Baiimett, Matter Commissioner said Court. 12-- 8t. Notice! If you want to breed to a good, horse or a good trotting bred horse, call at the Fair Grounds and see Joe Drenon and Odd Stockings, in care of F. W. Yoiser. I am also handling fresh car load of the best brands of A UI1H1HK nfl1wBIjiij31lHUllHMr?iJMRM Fertilizers just re- ceived. Come and see us before buying. & Beaver Dam. Notice. Co. tf a f " 7' y r.fnqi y 1 im l n Tl g" a low-pric- e Plows,Deering Mow ers and Binders and doing F. a general Blacksmith Business. Patronage solicited. . All persons baring claims against tho cstato of John Royal deceased, are requested to produce them properly proven to the undersigned on or boforo June 1, 1802. This March 17. :j!l 3t J. S. R. Wedding, Adm'r. cough is a daugcrousa lk jo t l;no',v that a Aro jouuwaro that it often fortius outhca tiling lungs nnd far too often runs into Consumption anda L'liiU iu Death' l'oonlo buffering from Asthma, tf ... . . r T. r. urouciuiis, zucuuiuui.i uuu voiuuuipiiun win uum tell you that why bo vea e6ugE.?3 little ..... 1 n.".:'S :3c :'B B'am'H'O :a:ni (IITCTHTCniUITU Notice. Tho Ohio comity Farmers and Laborers Union will meet at Salem on April 7 nnd th, 18i)2. G. W. YATKrf.Hec'y I Ybiser. for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is beyond question tho greatest of M I Modorn Kememea t It win stop n uougn in ono uiguc It will check a i.oiu iu H ftdnv. It will prorent Croup, relieve Aitlima and euro Coniumption if taken in ttmn. ' Vnn nnn't nfTnnl to I mi without it." A S3 ciT.t Imttli) iniiv ravo vim iilOO in Doctor's bilU may savo your lifoj Ask your ilritKKt for ft, or w'titoj g f to W. II. Hookeu & Co., 40aWwt Hroa Jway, New ork, for Ihhu. bib.s a a u ca.a a bib b b'U bjb'b a jia aia.Biaia DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY wun so serious a matter t Aro you awaro tnat ii oinnibu TfiinnuukVi Can you afford to neglect it? Can you trifle AAI n iiiiiiii T kt&exagtjja&asxaaaaacsu i MnpHm'il Unniih Ihii FIUDAY, MARCH .. aaojua553Irf I1' till I todafciMV.. .nff.ttmrnlJuyr:H-tXi ".tT Uiai-- t .', 1 802. of Icctuien.lltC tccniiil of tniu tiiU , . .. .. oy was ilcliveieu icccium i... sou beonue our c unity paper docs. Judge. L. P. Little, on "Sir Walter As for nle, i''ji against llariisoL', unii Mil io UM11PII mill ttleilSo tluii't sit Hiiri'l 5SW DSS3 3ES TEL ." CERALVO. ! .March 18. a l' .Same say: Not nlU-- "A strange thing grown-up in this aye of ouii', is to liii'l i riu( spevcus of its loaders. not petted .ier Mich mental or initial Bt some tricks which that binl has learned dining thofuwd.inlioliiuleoii ohliipiity in this nineteenth century. ,'ts the. eomiiiii Presidential Campaign pruviisox to In tho lion-Tlio lilrd's owner, Colo- Probably a majority who may chance worship ,.i ...i... , ace. p bt,iu(i. he the hottest eror oontestod, e.rrr ownnl john,OIlt 0,P11I)lesll iopa(!ii-am sl.oald to read this will iuy that it U i, but Contrary to the custom of seveial ' fll, uieneu the suburbs, and Jocko inyour be too fur-- in lcnik-rindon't become a snbseriher and keen himself High has from tho first shown tho liveliest tho Owcnehoio pa-- t eai hitore-- t in all ItN surrounding-i- . judgment in the c.i"e. Is it Hob It waa School will come out of the nits this what is occurring in. the political world. , cmild not bo formed of verv soon found that causing the nbovc nieiitioneil vein ad oat commencement exei- - nllowed bis lilx'ity inhoMrs. Johnsons , ho then? unbelief? I trow not. er vear. mce eises in May. room, as he at onro formed n terrible an the man who calN him-d- f First, I - Mr. Iliibbaid lectuied before the mitlpnthy to a beautiful panther skin i ' 'JTllrC252a iiiimT.wiiin--- u. Eiiiha-.nil- ir for Clni-t- , and chuns to Public Schools of the citv in the in- - ni','. In wliieli tlie head is lemarkably h'eni it through J'osi masters and .Veirsdoalors. ""1 It,' momoiit lie wiw redeclare the whole counsle of God, and tc.ests of tho Humane Society of direct to the Uusoii lie woulil iiiiiki! for tho rug anil tccU a little too modest to :n: "Woe Boston Ma. of the u.gi,, UtliiB Miviigely nt Ih oyw nml iintohini that giveth his neighbor ,Liteiatliies of the Society, I would nose. He escaped from his cage ono drink, that pnttot the bottle to him advocate placing its woiks within the day and almost demolished the nose of nnd lnnketh him ilttiiihi'ii, abo, that reach cf ever countv school and that "'o rug, and after that bo was chained ST. lA)t' IS, MO. to his perch, thou innjoM look on their nahediii'.-'-- ? i Simiiilo Coplm .Mnllnl I'i . they should be .cad by evciy teacher i ,i,.v. i.. tn,n....n.i .i..t c.,. . Thou art lilh:d with nlmnm f.tr thy before bis school. Tiuij;'j,taca'caiKimnr'?g5'7r:at i 51. A. succession the perch stood by the wall, gloty, drink thou aUo, and let thy cj-a.Xj.cloo beside the vleutrio bell. When Ij Adjustaljlo Estonsion StnutJ. uncovered: the cup of i n be fore A N'ASAL INMKCmii fres with Mrs, Johnson touched the button. notes, with his head on lit'in-eil- ) Jocko took the Lord's light hand shall bo turned each bottlouf Shiloh's Catatrh c2 toiu 3, I'rico i:0 r nK Sold by '.. one side and a most inquiring air, and unto thee, nndchumeful iJiSSSs'Sjw ,ff-when the servant appeared ImmediateC l if fin A. Urn. For the violence of Vanc be nn thy glo'y. f VtT ly afterward Jocko gave a faint eroalt Lebanon hhall cover thee, and the of nstouMiuicut. After witnessing this KOSINE. performance seveial times It was evi wliii'h made them pnil if Pictures In Ersrj Sljle ad liii'iup is on a boom. dent that Jocko began to see some eoii' becnii'.e o'" ineii'c blood, and for afinid A. I.ee Bennett began school neetlon between the button and tho caOld Pictures Copied ami Knlargoil Prof. the violence of the land, of the city, se.v.int .Mnv l.nic Monday with the prospect of A SPJXTALTY. and all that dwell therein." He spent a great ileal ot time studyThose attending ing tlie button, running his beak softly be either a good school. possible in some instance Stu lio on 5Iain, between Lewis diieet'y orindiicctly concerned in the chool heie fiom abioad sue G. M. mound it, and Apparently communing Daviess Street, L. B. Mill-- , with himself, his mistress watching him traffic, or renting or furnishing a Hanison, Lyon Hint, :i7mf. OWES'oliOIiO, KY meanwhile, highly amused at his clever-ne-.A long-teste- d Sulphur Spiings; 5Ii-- s Olive Wedpain reliever. building or capital to tun the aeuised I ist, whether accidentally or At ding, Whitesville, and seveial others otherwise, Jocko discovered tho conhusine-jli'ste.ul of lifting up hi I'.; use is almost universal by the Houscv.'iW.. i!;C TiAHini orrhlMren that voice like n trumpet to civ aloud and aic expected to m.iti tciilutc next nection and pressed the button. The NccJIngatonlc vni, nhiiulil mk want building Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by every one moment a servant appeared, and Monday. nct iiuerw.vs ntox iutti:us. spnrc not, nayiug: "Wine is a mockIt Is rlett'int to t Uc, i urei .Mnliitin. IihIIjcj. Tho Centuekv Building & Loan ' be little vchemer straightened up and Uon.untl requiring an effective liniment. AllilfaloMkccplt. er, strong ('rink is raging, and who- said with great gravity, "Jocko's linn- soever is deceived thereby is not Association of Louisville has o.ganrfIItllof ,am,ht,r No other application compares with it in efficacy. - nll,i tiu M.rvnntV nstonislnnent did not WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 wise, nnd knows well that he has ueil a local b tanl Here witn tne loiiow.1. Wedding, P. cs in the least discompose him. n Ho had This remedy has stood the test of CM.I.ON t members in liU church that get iug oflieois: D. S. r.a tWtM iile.it: .lohnat'ian B.ilev. Vice Pies- :- rung for what Ho wanted, ami l.o In years, almost generations. beaMly drunk. Attorney. L. sisted on having it. man i the one who can dent; K. II. Wedding, The The scheme worked well, to Jocko's No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Ticn-iuo- i; manifest delight. lie rang the bell dimit himself hoarse crying down with P. Ciowder, Secretary nml . s. tn, S- - I). .1. nijalti before half an hour, nnd reiMi'snxii Linimi:nt. .Moigan, Dr. the thieving Tni ill, and believing he II. P. Watts, marked to tho servant who ntiswered Diuc-tois- . is doing God's service, nnd po;ihly L. Liles and J. A. 5IcI).inii.l, Occasions arise for its use almost every day tho call: "Well, you niu a daisy t Jocko not thinking that the Boss who told wants water!"' " ., ' .All druggists and dealers M.r wi, M u it. 15. It. Wedding KUlU?fKA? had a good hor-- e Colonel Johnson is so delighted with him to Kiy that, N being paid well in . I '. fXy,st jJyv-lvav. un ii, 'f-f- ? killed by the train on the 11th, int. his bird's accomplishment that ho inIJritish Gold, to betray our American vited some friend in to witness it last Itits. institutions, and is laughing at hi fid- T7?N Ti ii T5PrJHT"n night. Jocko was inclined to sulk at ly. Butwesav, brother, vou belong ' first, but finally briditoned tin. and was SI I1LOII S Ci ro w. .in.iuedmto- - soon workhnr at tiie button. When the For the finest and Mott Arthttc Work, tt'A , :T.T-5:7- S to the church and "vou tell mo vou are lv rohovoCroup, W hoopiiii; Lough servant entered Jocko noNed himself win 'ue or rtiilf. Ficdr; rici Sl.,lchnm lyfe-g'a- r I v i1 fM .' Bob Ingei-n- l, n King, now j Jroucliitis.. Sohl by .. 'aiie on ono foot, swung hi body to and fro aril and Ith. ,;",::7 with all his infidelity publicly and veiy Ctriffiii & Uro. , In n nio-- t alTceted way, and exclaimed: r ii ; J' 'V'l " -I tLi.'.t. badly declares that rum is the devil's - -. "Hello, Tom, is that you? Bring in best friend and God's wort enemy. Mnn r Persons; another bottle of wine, will you J" FRIENDSHIP. A Sj i ire liro'cn ('.aw a oni mcrunrborlioiwholJ Colonel Jnhuson, bo It understood, Now brother, conn-- , let u wink March l'J, '0"t. You in id- me siy carts IJriiwn':. Iron ISitHMs is n church member, and his minister romo cs together, Use every honoiable means j:) your issue of Feb. l!)th, that W.II. was present, and thecolonel insist that n Imllils tin' sytciu, nliU Uk.auUMirctuabtla. CitttliCfiMiulno. . j y.aNi rr to suppress this destroyer of all good. Royal was improving, but such wa i w. r i: . i ,i;-v- Jocko caught this trick b?foro ho canio Will you tell the Grand .liny, or U. not the case, as he has been gi owing into his hands. St. Louis S. Marshal, how ninny jug-fu- ll that worse ever since he became ill and In&rrlptltHM uti .iirltnt unrtls. lennw nn penmen oui in me iai six nis iccovery is now almost uespaireu Tim vnpiniu fnwnrlfirtnnd fmltnl fin months, in open defiance of the law of. Mrs. Mary F. Ilojal, who ha bo said tho blade of God and man? Xo I can't do that. been conliucd to her bed ever since i nmivtttiitn n of sword maj llioinsi.K-- to ' . In Well, will you vote lor local option the .'list of Occcmhsr i slowly lt.- l- ThU "pntli.rv iiiictrr" nn Klinkiru.irn i i prohibition? No, I don't believe in p. ov.ng. calls it, is not tho least iuterestlm; lea- - ' tureof a sword collection. Hundreds ' taking away men's lights. Well broth it appearA vouthful ; with "f Tooht rapier wero er, w lint can or will you do in the ence at the .cideuce of A. M. .John- H30DIt5D.'Rl'DE5ll'n3 x. vrPDV-V- L the wise council, "Do not draw me premise? I don't know. Well what son a few day-agItsabov. ManyExcuusivly it, C.-."'without reason, do not sheatho mo of the man that claim to be n CI. .is. Hwt stwino mwiiiw CP. oipwEigB One Mi-- -, or a young woman, without honor." On nu old I'errara ' ),Ei-1"-p i MHriv " tain and will set and laugh at a fel- Askins, of Dcauoh'chi, happened to blade i the followlntj Inscription. "My it" ' .wiwiii' for fiALr. ny jiL.,J vn, vnrio, itli the hand that hold i U R 8 TU 4 low creature, charged with led liquor quite a few days ' n .flNISHEDg&terlflVt H J A nttlr iit r.f fnrniifiMlilt nnmo and lis(cn to his foul obscure language ago, which your criho mentions for See Our i 7&L&Ji& nr.c.,T n H pcarallC(, bonrs ,Il0 L.0mfortabIe assUr- ' iwbil J 1 and to all appearance enjoy hi com the benelit of the IV lice Gn'ettish, nneo, "When go up you go down," II. A. LO.KIFIUvCO., prui y, and what of the chinch mem. Ilerah', if they will send their long and on an old Hungarian &word is in- Wholesale Dialet-- , "" .J1"-- tUUlk" "ot ,IS ' do her, that habitually ua very nlwuie Carpet RiL'ger, or little Prosecutor think CLEVELAND, O. ALIVtAOEHT VA'i"r jiM y cry TOWN language, and iliink the nbomita!Je to D.'anelield they can probably oh l!eiiles the niottoe on the blade . "10 Supeiior St. s'uff ton, can you think of it n" being tain the minute detail. are engraed tho maker's name and adilre-- s or the owner's arms. Dining so strange that grown up people .lolCdgeand Mrs. L, Hull' were 'wEis'-nA Xcttrdlffic JVroiw doubt the of a God, or the married a few days ago by Rev. It. the Sixteenth century warriors regarded ;jp.3iAi Amltlioio troubloil wltli mnrnmiieM tciultlnif elaboratelv oriruuented hilts with as be rellee.l tntlns credibility of the Scriptuie when we J). Westei field. Jainc. Honcli ami much interest ns wo look on works of froiacaroor lUUvrs. Cnuine livottm'H claim such wondeis for the Gospt-1- . Mis Apalane Fdge, ,nl-committed ( art at the present day. The blades of tas trade merit iuiIron red llnea oa wrapper crosscit The charaetcr above mentioned, m atiimonv a few days ago, Uev. Italian swords were ul-- o sometimes -not only make inlldel, but make Wiight tied the knot May they al- beautifully ornamented. Kato Field's Washington. for the ways ho happy anil lead good lives, themselves u laughing-stocT. Devil. and make good make good 'l.io C'urr tif n Lamp. ( To tho chance of accident from r Vac- -' sw' e wie. " "" "IIACKMKTACK." a liistinr and Those g a sitting of pig egL' M;w" daily. When burned for sev- Fai'in-er- . lamp , f'nr.iiil purfuinu. Price -- o and ol) should rend Mi- - .Namelnc letter on cml orailns without trlmining, the cents. Sold by 'A. V. Griffin & Bro. n i ( ;i ! the last pige of the Itcfl'liMCAN of wlek becomes black, ploggeil and in- Feb. 'JO. I siippo-- o tho-- o wanting capable of supplying tho oil clearly and Kpcci-ally- . OWEN3BORO ITEMS. et '"dfor.ny, ami the chimney aro can March 14, 'i)2. Wc aro pleased to the ready incubated pig to times filled with flame and smoke, have space given us among the ninny then, if his incubator incubate. Somo exp,0hioils ovwy onoV( lllanil ' A little four.year old son of a gen- - would bo ttroveiitod bv not blowlmr Ho-'ici- ts of tho ltni'Uiu.iuix The Most Puccctui itimcdriMniiscor for the weekly notes from our city, tleiniin, who took one of our viniiig down tho chimney to put tho lamp t, lor tl.O wlek Sometimes happens to , cd. M It li certain In lis iir.iU and dj.i not uifn ,, sllOlt lllUV s (',,. I,!., ton,.n,l ,,,,. UUtcr. Head proof tclowi , , ,, whcie ninny read this paper with inLWSOfJ!?r..:), Caohlor. time ago, was told th it Iih lathe, a C(JU ,, t() a)I()W tho , terest. Theie hi been nothing to ,( bo Kendall's Spavin Cure. distui b tho seienity of our city dur- wile was lus st"finotlier. lie was .1,ihi Into tho oil. Tho safest wav to a BUX!!i).Lll-:- , iug her 'walk. put out n lauipi is to turn tho thumb- SnrnwooD, )!,! May! ing the pa-- t week, in the way ol heard afterwaid-c.i- l ijr. ii. j. i.rspAii. l;o.. sciow until tho wick goes down past Ociiu Aiiont lliri'o Mr rcn I .'iotn tj ym; and peace-lovin- m.i." tragedies or - h:i.i lnwno.1 wliii liait n Siiln. lu.iil in tho top of tho burner. It will then go rliotitaliru )nur KclitljlrHSpnilit I It l.x.xmliaol A little tin t'o yea. old daughter of - rfCuinn lUUcill.t 1 h Tidiliiil E'i'.('i;s. nml iiiiticlliiiii'ili s, people wih to see justice dealt I uilsacnrnrlwoCiui'! out of Itself, Detroit Free Prcbd. UlliirSHlloLlltUUkCll "II llll"fl'';.. Owousboro, Ky. iiics. asm: V. Ku.ju:.c;r. nut to ollcndeis in such manlier that our deacon was heaid to k l'or.onio .Sliuki'pi.iili;' Will. All Ordci i Fiom Stiijtt l'romjitly a "nicetiu" breadnot mint and biead this peaceful attitude may be mainAny poison desirous of inspecting tho lendnl to, at chinch not long ago, when the ',"lij tained. actual last will nnd testament of Shake-r-pcni- KendsSS's Spavin Cure. sacrament wa being p:i'd urniii.d. The beautiful weather of .Sunday can do so by visiting Somerset I ixn' k. J. H. M. llowd, who h.is been liv- hoiisonud paying a, shilling. Tho visitor Dn.ll. J. Kkmhii. Warre n Co., Va., Juno 2?, 133). cv.i afternoon drew many people lintli for n lu. kir.. I miml m Hint nrm l ing near Sujar CSiuvo sclioidhoiis-- for iscouductrd ton dimly lighted room, cf iourKcmlnUVKpniliil union Lj a i'aw hours enjoyment in the sun , colt, ami ltintlril icinotiilnliiiiii,iiiilii nml III v, int-iiiisireciuiisreiii-- i j,reeri-uV,,l.t fiiit iiMVill the ' mnilnir Ii. Tlio livtry shine, and it seems that spiing had about two year, has moved back to nml Ij lint n litll.. iistnim.lin1 tri llml It. linmp llxi riow.i trarsnlil, niunJ.nudliu il ma tirtnl llnplf nil r.f tl.n limp. N. E.Kinosto.n Ealusiby. come in earnest. Tho slieels, which his father's faun, whoio he formerly M'Ciircly fixed in u scried of frames, pro- Itespcvtfuliyjous, lived. tooted by glass. London weie in that happy condition of Xo Uev. It. J. Hr.indon and W. mud and no dust" ufliirdcd splendid .SuiiiPtlilns Diiippcd In tlio Sun. Kendall's Spavin Cure. -. t J "k m i Tr"TTr3fflB i.".w for the many cauiages Itoyal niadv' a living trip to Oaembo-riiau- d di Tho most Interesting of recent pho- COLOJCH, Ala., July SI, 39. hack Fiiday. II S. Itoyal togiaphs of tho sun shows u remarka-blosola- r Dn. H. J. Hi ydau. Co. t out, but the sudden retuiii of winter itrutH I lnM i iTirtuallr rommpil nno corn f 7:VPP?J'ATTnMAT. In which vnporn . i ( HUMU Himvmlin jour nt-- mu ." Dputjuvua LUf send- - us shivering back to our fires and J. It. Kvuu., of Select, spsnt n lltkcrfillb leci ti miLdlt tubll. R. C, Kmoiit. height of SO.OOO mile. uscended to a l.tiptiiiu;i;, lew days in this vicinity this week, side to day. This eruption lasted fully fifteen minDICTION FY-.Master Caiy Wallace, who live Nel-o- n The reading of Tlumin utes nml was ii'.'couipaiiied by lluctuii- I'rlcottpcrtottlc.orJlxliottlciiforfJ. All is on an extensive (Ions of tho 03IUIM&8 necdlo. New Page on last Wednesday night was ii near Fonl-villliavu It cr can cit It for j c", or It w I'I o u tit toanyaddrciiou receiptor irko L tho iroprlo FOR Yo.k Uecordor. fir FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, near Xo treat to Litorary people of Onumho. visit to hi tori, ;. slit it iiii'l l!i tl ..in Cunt In I ni i tlC htfiAPtlt? nitirt ni Creek. Hilly 11 tb Wells and wife, DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., to, Many failed to secure seats, but fUlLY AE3EAiT O! TUCVlft'US. V mil, il Mum riliirik'. PR3CE rc.Myttvnu. ftwyMi.! A GRAND iriUESTMCNT Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. ol Fonisville, niu visiting his lnother. were left the icsourcesof visiting the Little Iho je.ir old Pus., one of tho fil.-i'i hill Ivmii. hl (.'1,1. MAURIALD850RDERS. book-sto- re C. 1'. We Is. CENTS FUR SALE DY Alt RRUCGI5TS. and leading for themtv.i'i'te.st if inortalsi was taken to Tlio Autln ntlo lisln'nl'nnlirlilKi'il rsa behaved ItU'lliiiimy, cum ptli1 nu l,tn nh imi-MissKliza Kelley.acluirining young church tlie titer Sunday and selves the woiks ol this noted SouthPREPABEDByR!fM0S0M-TAYWRMEO.CO.ST.LOUISM'ill, mill 'til, (all i, Sill wimilitliliil) Inm lift iitlin:iiUKl!l,viclsiiliiiiili nlmi'i il, ludy, who lives near Denncfield, has veiy sod'i.ily for u time, hut tlio serern anther. ywJMy icmaB.aamsM3rntarmrstjT,iK - rrj zsc vt ji iiiiilcrlliii i npi nlhlcnii I' .Viiii t4 1 mil i, mon win long, and before the clergynn l).l..I.r..li rViiIiil'iiUri'fltv.r.iiil i.mti The burning of the opera house been visiting her brother, A. P. Kel-le- Illli-- , man hal got to "thirdly" Puss said to I (in t il illallln;llUliliu.lirni.i CEXTUAL CITY, KY. la-- t for several weeks. WEBGTTH'O October has dcpiived theater-goiniiiamma, in u wiico intended to bo lntcriuilonal utctfctisry. I. ut It piped up loud enough B. R. PAX TON, PROPRIETOR. ll.ikw Wells is visiting hi step-son- , people of much umiiscmciit, hut lllll Mllll. (,t II tiflllll IUIMIII l lit! (en enli-- , i.'.iiio tlinni tun ill il iilllr. to bo hoard by several weary listeners, Has just been lepaiied and newly judging from the many nifeiior (In- It. V. Well, near Fonisville. ilnl IiiIiiik r, lic!ii;i ui"'in( il.m ,1, r "1 have heard talk enough; I want S'lao.dito tpiiu!iil IhIiiiu tlio awl. TS& furnished. Located close to Depot. Krir imical phyed before the people lat lion. .1. H. It. Wedding, of Hart- moie music," llostou Journal. ciipy w.ttirln!iil. ' ooiuc.vr,LUfco..s:LLL. r.c. 1X3" loss has been moio than ford, camo up fiom Ouensboio to inter, the s Good meals or lunch. Give I'm plikt il t Ho l.vtlin .l,l,.i (ij. ''"" "' Dr. ami Mrs. i roinpensnteil by the inenibeis of lead- Whites.dllo Friday. . ,v In- i i J. Jl. BlW.NIWr, Proprietor. n Ciuillnu li iiiiilril It Isuiioited that ii laiikeeupon bo- - It u t i iit). i ii i Ii'im,iu'liul",;in M ii hi lii went ing lecture mid miisieales furnished J. N.MeCarty, of li nml ruinimiuliti lv vihIIIiIi mi i il i i i f Highest (IJJdsJlri prion paid, for country pvoduco. UW1 VIo. 1R illtr0llllm, at court to i, i.'Iiii n iil.i i a i nu I by diUcicuttiignniintioiip ami church- toOiveuslmro nnd back l inlay. torl.i reached out his hand to shako Ii.i'im naiiil i fti:i !;. inl-iininintioii. Good Vsscnger(tonmmodatiun.'i.---Su,m- c old price, DROWNS MOV DITTEftO ItHl'UliML'AN cr.TTMi: nrcT, r es, That new but prosperous insticoriespoudents, lot's with her, lemaiklng as ho did so: lltruitlnn. imiouuirVs. Iti rnepilu, Mula. 'll.t'lnUrnaiionil.ulili li licuis ip f ,' rich and. 'ou r patronage solic00 each icaij. J iliitn t qulto Hblllty. l'hsl-duihour from vou nu to vour chnico for' "Wlmts tlio nuiiior f (i. & c. Aii:iu::or .". en., rniiiiiiir, tution, tlioOiu'iibboro Female ria. NtnomiiCM.nmliicnonil recommi'inl II. All ileal' rn wll It. Genuine Herald. HjirlnclIrJil. ?Ian..r.U.A. catch it ited. ., WW. ha eoiilinueil their Liter.ny I'les'ulent, S'eak out in no niiror bmtra'tu in it'.( nil lli'em w rapper. irouil men nnil women profcteinji to ilotilit even the existence of a Ciml or the cieilihilityol Sciip'me." We womlei-hopeople can believe inn thing who me capable of iluuliting in the fact of Mich nccntmili'teil proofs anil evidences'. Thev aio to he pitied but Scott." Dr. .1. II. Hi) fit filled his pulpit at the First Baptist Church .Sunday, after spending wiino time in Louisville, where he delivered a series of successful sermons. lilty-fmt- r Settle Chapel, M. 10. Church, is j and u lectin shoiily to be room elected, After its completion a 8:5,000 pipe organ will be presented by the Ladies Aid of ihoChuich. Uev. W. K. Cook, Owctuboro Cir- cult, of 51. K. Chinch, has secured tho J Gei man church onTritpplett Street and will in the future hold monthly e-- 1 til lie U nominated, not became he peipectud-iiiinitrntiobnv given u a well-nig- h but because Maine can U.K. I'Liu.ican. poll nuiro Note. ii, 32-- S 1 SMOG 1118! A p r-i- i da a t imt? ; JBSB- TOsv.sVrv .Mt ASV v. Wl 3 - juv r lie Best fk'ewsiiaperDf 4 WONDERFUL PARROT. lln A gen'leiunii who has returned from Mexico, and who brought with him i imrpiit t tlhe T.rtit nil lit I'itm Ihr Ituttiiti mid Hit I'ltiiilicv VurliuiH Outers. ' urira limn Con.sitt.'i of 10 p(tu"i. J'atH nidi tnn other pa poi' in tho United Stales, heins roplolt inti matter (f inferos! to a't rlassesihe it'Jriealtural. Hie mercantile and the professional. . Idin.caios (ho prinoi rl,'l(J. eg mmmc m - vwt; ..'&$& V 1 w n " ty WJ I y my m I I v s . WmW ).. Witt's 1 tir v A "ftv-J- k zl. r y -- -- - , iCii lilnti K.t, ti hn4 tut ntlmiMil Iti Viirit Vl,ry ,mu., ni,toiiMied jilos oj'tio Jiopaliioan Partij and pahlishos in fall tin: m 1 .O'LAIiETTE iSOfAR li 7 o. t lhoroaihli fol I $.uu -- J'1. ,! :- :- ;y orsr IkMwMmk hi Jfc.-''WrWp't- i il r Mexican Mustang Liniment, A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. t s llllloii-iics- n,,,,,,,. well-know- C.Theo. Cain, SsO SP teSZ . & "l",jd.4y,l hae ;, .r:. T'HT LHe; ' j- 1 - &r.T &&. lM'W '- Hfi fl Ms il. IS h p b ft fti Jf. I m Globe-Democra- Tin10NJ.Y llfor-ilnr- o. Sw HBp 1 SYtU &hAii&&SS:2' : PAPER j ' VVitt.lnilV.V IX THE m : -- Agents 1 lantcd! " I 10-- .HJUII ' H iBfflllL DiSTHiCT ." cxi-ton- 'mkk!'' VOU o, - U.S. DEPOSITORY Gwersboro, Ky. 8UBtSCRIBER? IF r.'OT le-s- de.-irin- "". f" W' j lWlNjDlJCTl AccoiiMis f a Mcrclian.r. vy SUBSCRIBE J at once! TO U ' iiiKeros. mh coi.e-poiide- on iiinc depusifs. briinu vons .1 yam' Iiusinoss dr-vc- I i - JO.V woi; And. s, g it will receive v- a-- o T . ....... iitlirve-irarm- t'SESSTER -, 0-. Respectfully, Tit-Hit- I writ S BARRETT 4 . & ROGERS. ive-win- s dster:s 4 drug-cM- s e, 1 giand-f.ither'- s S -- igas BeT6R PBEia cmUZ Cl 0m mum -- TAYLORS iaii Sn I t 1 in-la- i, CoiunuM'cinl Hotel, nryrmiM' , gg Stag ia - "b; liist-ehi- FR0WBEDAT0 0WKNSB0R0,: poorftJ. - 1 i i ( Wili-ui'ti- 1 , I !n.--- Col-leg- u ic.igo ' ... for