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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEC PARTY mm.... IN THE F0UR1B C0ME..I0M REPUBLICAN DISTRICT, .ER.-,1- 2$ ?tr A.i.n, Id Adncce, M1 3 sV I $1.25 per yeSr. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, K Y., FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1892. NO. 35. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J" State Directory (liitcitinr Imiin.ir H. unduly iiIMhIc Attorney l.'.li.ral . Alldll.ir I.K'iilfiiiiiit . ..I. . 31 V llimtn Wl.iul i llii.lli)' ....IV -.1 llvndiuk riwikiinr klUl.liri'l I'leik ,1'i'Ui- - l.till.1 Ollii u Ailjlltnnl III liml Sllpt PllMie I. ('.Nullumi Ilnir) lint 11.11 Haaniru I J. I..IU-- " I K.I'. 'lllIMvn . i.Iiiii I'. I ' Pi'ntrr Poll. .IuIium.! Urn -- PALACE? ATT011NKY AT LAW, Edwin. Eowe - KENTUCKY. j, t. HARTFORD, Glenn Mat l:t. nitts, 6z "Wedding-- n,rWiio, , IIAUTFOHD. KY. vyeifw :o:- I'lreiilt i'oihI I'miTrnoii the Itli .Mnn.l.j In Mnj .Viti In'" ! 1. 1" I.ittic Ikc.N'oc ri.ii.mi.riMi.tllh'n Ittnr".' lliiUli-(ImI In I; t.. ( (Office, over Anderson'" Haiaar,) Will priiclic their profomlonliialltheoourte Ohio nml adjolalnx countlen, anil court or Appeal. Specia attention giren to criminal practn.e and callectioni. rtntlly niHiihii i rIl'll.itelt s I In...'.... ,l,.rill. ... I Jf.iUe .In. n,. ?. .1 . . I.nt.uit llll.riuk . . I I' .", Hon F I. r.llx Jan i.. 'iMir, 1 Uttriltill'lM'r llif Ul Mulil.) I 'IVnNf'ii Ill Ull ll IllOlltlt r'lntlur NT WASTE a YOUR MONEY! Tames .A.. Smith, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. I Will practice li'.n profusion in Oliio an. III, i III) oniriie. llll "" Hi.- llii lnl"T. Ilril Mondi) in .liiniliry, l'ln Itililltl.t. Jiiiluo'Hi'iiiirli ,.I,U I I"l Mmiiln) in (MhIht and Trado Iiito. when' everything is sold cheap Tor cash only. We suffer no losses bv bad debts, have no large expenses, and can afford and 1)0 undersell our Competitors. lna countin, and the court of Appeal., nttenlio. xitra to collections. Office north iile public .uare. K. ai(jln. npreia 7lf OrVLffy 8z Will I. r.tlKKV. Eingo, B. IMII.WO. lllthlir, f turn. llil I.tllll In Marrl., June, s' ti'inlaT iltllr mJ'JkiIU'IIii ! Mill" .. 1,1, I, I I III .'. ll.Kii.il..;. I, , .1, ,. ( U lull... t ii- - Ir I If. i e, Muni-- , in, in. ti, In. I..I.I n, i4, i , .1. II. I I ii ttil-- o I.Mip Mill, i, 1. I, I. I. I - i i i", ., .', .', t, 111 lit pi 1 Attorneys at Law. praitkelnallcouitii offlliib .111. adloiniiiu rountlcs, and in Hupcrinr t'ouit and Court uf.p. piala. Collecliona and all leal biiainriia altend.d to. Office, No, 9, orer AnderOB' llama r, Kart-forKy. Vr I .. IN Wl one-thir- W. STE YOUR TIME! Perry Westerfield ATIORNET AT t'.all.lll I. Til) III' I ..li'tiil..', ;. I I I ii) I., mi. a, ;, i., ;, ... j i: i 1..11.1.1, i., i, !, (n ii ii.ii.ii kui.i.ii . ( I ii irutt. i.l. lull ' I. ;: .III. iv, I Jlw ,, V .ii.i r I'lille.- - l.l.wn, n, l.H Ianl, n, I. i',". I", . , . i,t..Ui.. tllll-l.l- ll I.', it, II, II Ii. II. II, II. In looking lor Spring Clothing, Hats or Shoes, come here, where there is the most and best to select from. LAW, 12. TZ. -- Vodcaiiig-, 1., DON'T TRY YOUR PATIENCE! P Attorney at Law, (Office In Crow dor Ilullding.) Will prnctlcn hia profetilon in all the OMo and adjoininu counliea. Alao sine, iklxt. Xolnrr rinttij court, of nlirli. ." l'trriiM.-.- IJ ii mrtil. N i 1. MII'liHI, Jii'Urj (' IikiiIi'I, I T)lr, r.,rn.-n.nlli li. i lil. liinrtml. HDI'lill. J I. I'M , II .,. Ui'r-l- l lull. .1.1. no.it. It luU.'l I U lMhi.1, l'.'h.il'U.- J.i. I1..II11.4. linii.l, Jlll;, U I' 'I'lli'liK, il (cm. Trying to be fitted at other places. Our goods are cut right, made right and fit right. d here in the time it would take you elsewhere. Why is it. thai am giving you the lowest prices? It is because I nav cash and sell lor cash onlv. I Iscst Hi-- You can be suited rnblle IMT. KllUII - lHlUl. tltmilil, Jllll', r.Clr.-r-.-. t I Hartford, Ky. Willira.liceliNiroreaioiiinHiltlni A'lTORNEY AT LAW, Ij. Heavrin, Courla of tlliur t iiilill.t rnijii ..rtr t Suspend i)UV Mit ll H PIIH'IH lcr hill' Sii'iioiitlor I, W t ' ifii.i "i u . 1 1.1 ti J.ir- .1 U ii I!. .. r. In mli'i I'llnill .I. n ( J ill u in I ' ,,:.,!,.!,f, . .'10 l!f.-- t ! HiiVlnk liillllii'iin.it 1. II, r -- linrrli, Sin, . lliir.t uiM vli'l 'i.il aiinii. riiiill.l flinrrii. nr..t uii.nt Ml.' ii' iri) ii!iiK ,ni.tain:fn'.' k Ki't - ' "Iimi un ft. r itii'n- - tlrl ml imrili '. r. I'linrili. '.immi-!" hi flMi.y m i. n in... .ti. n. i en. uii inoii.in i. I.) 11I1 i I I -i- r!..,i'l -.hrnii it iLlnlli-i m.i.illi "niiln (in. rnip.'. lint !. i: Ii Jt.( '1'ioMu.' , , II,, l, " "I'Tl.!,. ..Ii.ili .' ll. llil! I.1IHMI liltit'N... ,. )rr-- J (inia! .. ... -- II! .w Cittnll '.:.-.1- Milli'n Mnn'.-- i .Siispuinler your Suspenders and "When this fair ladies you will see, I know you always think of me' .10,1 White Goods bought at one-ha10c 20c of what they cost to manufacture. 25c lf Ohlu and adjulnlng countie., and in tlio Court of Appi'ale. Hpoclal attention iiivrn torollwli.n. Oflice, over Wlllwina, 11.111 Co'a 3. a9 f NaA,w drutctri'. VuV 'vC f T18 V.K atxt ...,W.i. ' Miitir S iij i lc 1 up to $1.00 ,Wc ("Mill" ,Sc mid tiji ,1.1 ,t Nii'iln iM with stylish :::::::S: hut, is surely ovevy ladies pet. A nice young man, hat. iwt . ....l.r;e Apron W hite White White White White White Good. . . e Goods Goods Goods t ,.5io GnC mmmm DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kiuds of Dental work nt reasonable pricos. i eOAC e jv "w Good. Goods Goods et 1 .to $1.00 a lljc vitrtl 1 11 1 .11. ;. I ,I)MI..T' iw n I lll'.lil K,. li- I'll. - l'i-- i V m I Imrch, " Itll lll.dl It 't -- alplill Htpll.1. .1.1 .ltMM. Iii'l nil ill. h.... Ihllil M mint iiii.lllilij .1T1.I lltiilit I I (miih. ' l('T ul .VI. I i you good know ill' to see voiii cluidi'en well dresseu. others Suit Suit -- i it-do- es man's imi 111:111V fiOc 1 ' A mnr'.--i i a .mur. 75o S1.00 1.25 1.G5 ( llil ItKI.S A ChililV A t'hiiilN A Cli' A in , vi. 1. !! '10 11, S1.00 l.'.ri l.O.'J 1.SI8 ' ' nit ChiMV v jHaara.'SKia &?a i v.v I t ! !oN?01ji)& ODl IIIQVII o VVIkUIWIIV-tI '"-- M1WW4i'1l $k& 1 I'lllVM' 1 I i.ina..ii.i.i:.iii:iii'iiis.irKNiifufij LjiCCS IOi' .... to. iuii..:,.iiui .:.ivuti.i:.. vr. t in iii liiti'ii. store and i . Silk Liale will do you good to Lathis Ho.e .... Ladic; lloso All Silk (uot in yet, too early) Loci. have GoodVbt,seo7,lV;BT hl. ft,ie clclthin? for etmiily W the price you have been bargain as at this When in .my store it makes you paying. Q tllllC. smile to find out what the Trade nml MFMPM "" Ullll A Youth tint " .iO '.on Palace does for you. wirn lin tin.n !i.k i.'inui tlisif .x..v, Aiouthtuit L..t.w a 1 until suit 2 50 fill 'r r"i g .... 75c "n'r innn'8 Kwgnn 3 00 While Goods, Edgings and ayo,,,!.,,,;. . . . . 90c .... cogan '.want itosi ami ro 4 00 A alr lunus A liiiith euit A CI i i'i Suit.. A Clniil'- - Suit . A ( hi.i Miil . t i..:.i 1 St ;i A I'd !.r Suit .. Suit. A A A A tiiiiuV lint iikiitV Imt IIIHU'a llllt ir.iinV hat ::t... .. .. This is what you must have Hosiery for Ladies. Ladies Uoso Ladies Iloae Lndieo fTofe 1.88V .... .... . . 5c . a . . VT 2.18 2.C1 .. 8j 15c Ladies lose 1 s 2 :', .y: .(!i A huiii'm hat A niiii)'- A man '. Imt lat... :i.j. -- sever since ,()hio"countv'"lnlsi 11 others It . 3.07 Ladit-- Hoe 4.50 L;dies IIom 5.00 Lilies Iloeo Ladipg Hoo . Ladii'8 Iltitc .... .... .. .... .... ... . . .10c .12Jc ljc Physician & Surgeon, Fonnerl) of locate at Millwood, now 1 Leitcli-Hel- A. J. SLATON, M. D., 25c 3oo 05c offer, hi. uroreaiional aerricea to Ilia peoplt llraraon a J adjoining couatiea. Otlloe in re.. dtui'e, (tlio Vt. Hadeu property.) 3ly "e-ha- SECRET ORDERS. 3 on. cf "Vetoraoas. m fi ni-lwv- c -- 1 T'-- tt..-,...Jv.,...- i., c Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. 3.V, lie p.ir:meat ot Kentucky, inerl.at IIrllord,KriccondSaturdT iueavliinonlhat l r. m, C. M. Biiaitr, Captain. Jai, L. Itowi, Sergeant. . . triUimiUiV'S) to ' get prices of such as you COlllC 1 110 A Ymitl. iit and ni' t -- TJ.s Quick anil Dssi'-aljl- o R:uto II want. Kdjiiiit!! IM 'itiiis 1.'. . . - . . ' .w IO AMI Ki.OM Yrk I'd I VVN'HIIIKlil'l .'I il.ii .MHI-'.- Klein nml iin MilK" 'I'ltllllMI I'ltii'ini'iili l.i.in-- i ' Cnsturn unci Norihont,iorn Polirs lliiluli l!i liv tttlliilila Vlfk.' nhll 111 I'li'in iii l.in"i 'III I.II..I I'm .. .. .. ,. "hnnii ill Ohio . Ldgiii , Ijilltlllj!" .:''"- - .. Iginj;-- ' ....Ik V.C ....lc ftl-f.f- Iti;. V j ..Tic l'Sc , . IUU I) M(iili"5 jvdt'ilii'S I .N'civ Or imIi. Mul Hi- - l.iuli' tlo Hi.iK Hut SrliijX ami eno 'Uvi. n ,l In ArU'ii.!,. nii.l l'"n .Mie.Un I Kdinj;, Riband. ; i.nlv liniicn at.ii "'.T aawn. jjwv can get them at your own Price. Look at it! Good for anyone Sizes from 30 to 52, always on who comes to Kahn's. l JEANS PANTS Jit. from 75c 5 00 A Pair j'j'o A Pair j A Pair A Pair A Pair A l'uir I I to TCnlni'i. flwv ' uinu'a Brogan liiiin's llrogan . man's fine oboe ruan'a floe Shoes miio's tine Shoe tuuu'e tiuu Shoes aud up to .... . . .... .. .... .... 81.25 .. 1.50 .. 1.00 .. 1.50 O. S.A.McSiiraT.AdJ. -- A.. J. Win Gotktt.1. Fort, No. t, Departtneht ot KepUukj.meetaetfrjthlrdSaturiUjat I o'elock r. ., in Coiirt'lloiiae, Leiti'lifielil, Ky. P.H. IlaiKia.Com. Ken. Pal.ro .MotTui I'oal .No.4,Depit-luiinttuckjr, meet, eierjr flnturdar Lefora the .rco.d fluuday at 10 o'llock t. v. in the court-hou- r al Hartford, Ky. J, C. Ciumbeiuk, P. C. J.M. Bliaor, Adj. K. LOO .. 1.50 5.00 Jif-ini- S. utli il lat ' , ' l.jL.n,.r!i. the lincM iiiiiK'ln'aiie't ever llio 'riadePalacf. cottiitv What is 411. I.V . . . "' A man's ItciMi' Iliiiu.iir A niau'i 8, lit . . mf,B.PrflilTiB'l Piss, AzliilouisTill., St. A man's suit . A tuai.'s i ii' . . . . . j,iiiNViM.i:.Ni..ri-- i " . A iiian's nut . . , A in. inV Miii. . . St. t:iii fe Viiw ailw;. A iii.iiiV Miit. . . Old and young come and help of pants on a young man when he f'.iiiiiitiuii. .inJ m,i ,iir nn i'. u.t Hull iHitHrrmpPi "' Ihwiel. im m0 ailill. lUlVC thCIll aild Will goes to see his sweetheart? Come r.AiLitit " ii ii""' '"i" f"i.i rum... igive them to you. tiio i.iiuiint to the Trade Palace and it will fur,i.f,irii.t !, "! I"' Mllll l"" Ki'.l lllllll's Mlil a pair out of the immense - li't nml 'I'll. nd Mi'in.hi. pi 4.00 nish you A iiiiin's suit ' tn'fuv 'i niU'icI (ervire lictuii'ii ll 5.00 stock of 1505 pants. A tnanV suit "d VI."Irrit I.OMJ '' I'. 0.0() 'pllii Miit Thv lii c i 111 nicer than a stylish pair a- 'iK1'1.'1 '"i.j'i'i nml in . ,.1,,m. a O e 1 W CLi -- 8 u r oooooooooo Z bWveTo A VAVTnLaVX, Ibk - --- S C3 , ii'iiii- - o. 5 9 3 3 BXXBST vox 2.3.3 5' a 3 3 3 3 3 b.i i l r-- A I KII'F. I A ll'- , , tw , , . , e- -i a c73s B -, & 2. n 55 5' 5 5 ii' Tlokela.Tini.'-rnKi- . "II in'erina-Io- .eoiired ! en Aiti-nli- 71W S.OO 0.00 10.00 12.00 lo.OO J..-V- rM'iii'.M i..: in i.rn:i i m.i. . hu. N.i. A A iiiai.V A iimi. V I, soil suit.. . . . 1S.00 22.00 v i nit v niMiilt'il as rojirOMMited. ii, i.iii). .1. III Im.lv. I.T. I,nilitill.' VVi l I'oinl . Ilruiidi'ii'iiirg.. ,n tii; ..I'. in. iI.Jl p 'it, .i, in. h. iii. :.; p in III - toll.. Sios A pair of A jiair ol A pair of A pair of A pair of A pah of A pair ol A pair of A pair of A jinit of pni.t.t punts $1.00 1.50 50 -2 .'1.00 CO M O- ffg 9i ? S W 51 --? " - , g. g Slckneta, Hyiter Epileptic Fits. lea. St. TltM Dmc, Nerronsneu, HnwcfcoBirU, Melmcholla, In- ' ebritjr, Slceplegsnesu, DIi ckeis, Brala and Spl- baI Weakness. pants p. nils 2.00 :j,24 o - pants. jmnls ..... a pints pants pants pants and up to :.7S 4.08 5.00 IJ.00 8 2 g'3 " ."- .. ti 8SSi???3g - 8.00 lniiiKl.m Jlephun'liil l'llHIWlt.. llttKl-TillC '.'.Hi.. III. H..'la. III. lu;ll n iii. t:;i'-'a.i; '.I.JI D.lii f of nerve fluid. It Is perfectly harmless and learei no unpleasant effect. Valuable Ilook an N.rro4 la..iArf aant fre la any addraaa. i..1 iwwie mtl.nta eaa alMl obtain . mviicino irv. u. v. Ijmo mil rmJrnaa fort Jprepared brth. B..'nnd Wiine, IsiL. aluc. IK, asd Koenlx. of Puiot Uaower.pir.4uiiil.rblidlrecaon brto. KOENIO MED. CO.. Chicago, III. This modlclne has direct action upon the uorvo centers, allaying all IrrfUblll' ties, and Incrcaslns tbo flow and power FREH ii. . Ill p iii III, l. Ill Illlla. Ill Ii- - III. III. .cwi.pi.l tHiltalllli' Ar.lli'iHluai'ii ntn.tiro I.,iilll X .!. !": m. H, ImiI). ll.Ul lil.il tl-- m II"" ItiVp, m, I."iim,i i"!.'..M, . " i:WTr.iH'NP. I.T. It r.ll 7 15 r,Xt..T."..'l I,cti jHawi.nlle.. (ClniHrport ... ii;..in. 9irti,.ni. i. in. l'. 1 ii m. H1 ii ,i, in. I fStephen"p.nl ;x. I.oui.ii'te Tolu. Jrlul"ii ), mdtnliiri w..i r.tiiii ' ' ''' ) m. l.i'.'. i. in. U..'i a. in, '.''V p. Giving you a few prices of our goods we are sure that yon will come to us, examine our immense stock in every line, and give us your trade. Connected with 5 other houses, having buyers in New York, I'ai'jr Philadelphia and Boston, we are able to buy goods in larger quantities and at lower prices than any other V.?Z house can do. We buy striet'y for cash and sell lor cash only; and by trading with us, you can get the best AtW..m , . . - .. n;mp ll goous in me uiaiKui, tnu uuusu stu's iiiui ran shvis uu isenis on uie uouar, tiiereiore, come uhu, come an, 10 t I m I' in w h mil D E- BeIdbTDiruTUUtaipwDottl. flfcrflJS tavn)8iw,flJiT8. euoturora, m L3L . - feS7 HtaJ7 feiia 6J ' u j :l.-- m . I . . ... i l:np. ri....j-tl- i. in. p i'.. I1 p JA p. il p. " i'. in, in. in, in, in ,.iii,.. in. .'.il ami Irtitirft.'u (rtuii.4f Villa. Ilur lill'I'IIU IHll.1' I'.lmi. :ll"'l at nap i : I ,.l Jl Hi'.l'la K. ii. . i""l l.in.d. I'..r llillli. t lull llll'll 'li. iillrn." i.1" l.J'l j I ir hUiltt- -' Obtaliiad. and all lindul to for HOItEUATK S''.S iui oirii. la tali i.u oppoiilo ttio II H rail-li- t Drtit'c unit lam I'alelH in n-- limu than llnaw iviiii.U' ti IM.SIIiMI7l).V, S'lol MliUKI. I'lt.i II7.M "'I Vc niltiw in IHlU'lll nl limillli.il aMIily ruviiriliui.uaiiil Hviuake .M' ( H.IUl.t: 1'M.KSS I'AlKSriS f.l I lit.H tm riiLiiinr ailKv Iw,.: ami ItleteNcta In i nj it ctuul t lleul lu jiiiii i.nir.-iyjiiiii- j. m-- ii, nrno nil llnMif. II. i , Mtil;il'iiiri. ,iii,.ii,i,., Kr, I'n'r , Trade Palace, . a-d- I'ltrf. tltl'tt : 'I'i Jl l PJPw DlUnuauejaL lake, THMJhl'D, WeakDO., TO UaUrt. ..-- II cure. qi'.;l:lT. (oediolac to avnuloA wvw ,. .. - innn nntrR' .n.. ror mm I tUitMloa . tod ip Ja4r J Jl J I' bdMOtitiialu. B4S. I Atlanta, Vs. uitlculUlVlilS'.tiu:: '.', Utdllcilmrinm - fllLE. ll.M.VtHH.l-i:Y.M.O- ffl an J V..ljVrnattj HuoLolfjar. , i L mtrWJI'l IBOX I1ITTK11S ALMAXAC Kor IIH ConUIni 0 HauadrMt K.tlp.. lor cliiaply hiiiI qnlcklr il.llclou. al home. llil. liooKIt gluwy ulilru and ifural iura. Ctr uil.-In- c LMMiria 5HSP5 tgUHfatmUtltmtitm wmmmnmmfmitmtrrmmmm-i- nwrrmMn in nn j:ffan, . nrqgigimyAn,u:r.r?r'giSaaiiT.,iw.J -- Hartford Republican i'unuiu:i i:vi:kv khiday r.--- REPUBLICAN CONVENTION AJll Notico. persons having clainU iigaiiist tiiurestato of John Royal deceased, to produce them prop-:irl- V Htu'TiMpies'-eurovoii to tlio umleraliftiud "outJr beforo Juno 1, 1S!)2. Till, ATiireTi 1 Monxi.vci. jo ii. no Ji:if. imii.t. 11.1 iiiii i. i TU1DAV, AIIUL.'I, Kcf9. "Tin: College I j Of this Congressional Dia- ;triot at Elizaboth- 'J town. ? ' - -t -. . oii( oc.tv tiirrs ur.n NiiAtir-'- SPRI W TO THE . ;WJUL ; J. S. R. Wedding, AdmV. booming. Tub 11. 12. C'n are idiiindnntly nblo to kike euro ol'tliotii'Hlviw, 1'ixix I'ooi.i:, who penitentiary from thU ngo, Ims tiov. Hioxvn. vcni been vn sent In the. place tevernl pardoned by In the ilentli of.lutbe.Ioliii O'Klnli eriy the .lonrnalistie lielil loo- one of its mot ciiiiiet oiker. Although, not nettvely I'liiriitri'tl in the Ihmiipm nt the time of hi- dcutli, his tyinp:i thy xa nlwins with ihnt profr.inn. - Hv mere nceiilent, several good coniiiitmic:ilioii4 that wen; to this ollice for pnlieatinn?, have been will confer lost, and the contributor n favor rni u by -- ending u the news again from their localities are men who aic not tiiat the Southern sugar planter receives n bounty from the Government, but raise their hands in horror when the Wnsiern and Xortli-e- rn er reasonable to their industry. Till- - in: com-plair.- ing wool-grow- ik Mi:. V. S. Yatc, who taught in DiMrict No. ")S. Iui lo the Superintendent'. otlicc nn elegant photograph of hi school. Air. II. II. as follows: .Cretion were D.tvi-- , District No. I.'!, lias nNu of nice main of Nnith Ameiica, dentials Hon. i has. Blauford, two Breckenridge, ami Hon Cad Burba. drawn bv Leslie .Mveis and II. AL Di-tii- ct Pursuant to call, the Republicans of fflTc' Fnirfh Congressional District IM met ut hlizahetlitown iucixlay to select Delegated to the NationBEAVER DAM, KY. al Convention and transact other bus- mess, lion O. M. uaroett caileu ill be in his oflicc from the first ,lliejiu$iiug to order uud announced, to tho 15th of each month. Of. nominations in order, whereupon ficover Bank. All work guarnu- Honi'.W. L. Maloue, of Taylor rnces roasnnaole. elected tejmporary Chairmau, .ami 'Alason AlcMonigal, fglr Ateado I'f county, temporary Secretary.TlieLonveiitioii udopti d.'resolution, endorsing Harrison's Admrnistration, Reed's tilling, nnd nctiorf of 'Rlaine in controvetsy between thia aud lor-eiNations. reDuring tlie'nir&nce of Onmmitteo Itesolutions the Convention was e sed by (!en. Hnbsnn ut Green, Hon Chas. Blauford, of Breckiu-lidg- e, and Hon. duo. W. Lewis, of Washington. After Committee on Resolutions on CO. reported, the Convention elected Delegates to the National Convcn tiou at .Minneapolis. Capt. H. C' I. P Tohlfr. Pre.t.' Jm. II. ' .Martin, of Hart county, and Haii.W? II. Aleloy. Alternates Prof.. S. H. Smith, (colored) of Hardin, nnd Dr. Of the Condition of the Win. Fui cnian, of Nelson county. Hon. C. AI- - Barnett, of Ohio county, was unanimously chosen to represent as member of State Centhis tral Committee. Committeemen to State Conven tno.-u-i- tTKenney, IP1K PUBLIC: E . is-i- nciUTICT - i W 5- conn-tyl'.wi- rt A Car Load jOfthc old Keliable -- gn rporse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers just ceived. Kates. call. I1ai, Cur ad-dr- Load Write or vHOCKER& We beg to announce to our iriends, and to the public- generally, thai we have now opened up the FINEST and most extensive stock of GENERAL .VERCIIAN-DISthat we have ever shown. This is unmistakably true, because our people need more and finer goods. Our trade is more extensive, and our customers want liner supplies. They are in better condition to pay for them. The farmers had bountiful crops, and realized reasonable prices. The laboring men have had good work, and are independent and happy. By longer experience, hard work, and CASH PURCHASES we propose to say that wo are in better condition to give the consume!' the very lowest PltlCES and at the same time honest goods. Not only this but we propose to say II we ask is a that Beaver Dam shall be a market for the eleimnt and fine j.voods. and we feel that no visitor shall be disappointed. Moie than ordinary pains have been taken in the selection of our SUING STOCK, which was bought in the best Eastern markets, and at the very lowest cash prices. t, st.a.I!:e::m:e2ti ni, Beaver Dam Doc. 31, 1801. RESOURCES. . . . DEPOSIT SAAIK At the Close of Business 8H7, flti 1.28 Hicks judge from present inIr dications it i pretty ccilain that our allable and talented fellow-to.I. Kdwin Howe, will lie tne Domo-ciat- ic nominee for Commonwealth Attorney. Well, if we me to have a Democrat for that position, we had as soon, lake would have it as anyone else, and a little rather, for he's an Ohio county boy and we are for the home product every time. we limy 'of Larue. Resolutions Hon. K.I). Cully, of Ohio, and C. C. Fnrlcigh, ice rie.-Kic-ni Why would it not be a good thiug forthe teachers of the county to prepare and bring to the Pair next fall displays of the work of their It seems to us it would be school' highly proper and heucfidal to all concerned. Wo have already a number of the Fair Company who rijjiiies us that the management will oiler appropriate premiums for the above mentioned work. Teaclieis, think about it. pre-ent Tin: big silver fight N over for the coinupjway. The anti-fr- ee age men made the best showing in the oratorical Hue, but when it came to voting they were not "in it'' with tho free coinage men. It U now said that Speaker Crisp made i dedans, a of the Coinage Comto the make-u- p ABBIEVILLE. mittee nud the Committee on Utiles ui well as to In- - own action in the C. II. Dillingham, and wife.Boonsville, chair, while the democratic ciiiicu Tnd , are on a visit to relatives and for the nomination of Speaker wa- - in friends at this place. .Mrs. Dillingsession, the la- -t if which he hu lil!ed ham has been indisposed since their arrival but is thought to be some betto the letter, this week. ter at this writing, Fitoxi our regular correspondent's Tho whooping cough is prevalent letter 1mm Kli.abethtown we learn in this neighborhood. that the Hardin county lit publicans i The little son of Alex Hoover, who melon the 'Jlith and endorsed Ilar-ni-o- n's has been very sick for the past three Administration and months, is thought to be some better their delegates lo vote for Win. (. at this time. Jbadley and W. II. Stewart at large Airs. G. G. Porter went to Liver- tojtho MiniH'jipolis Convention, nnd more last week attending the bed side their votes to be east in of Airs. Alary Davis, who is danger- Distnet Convention for ('apt II. C. ously ill. She was accompanied Alartio, of Hart county; Dr. Fronian, home by Mrs. Davis' son. Otis, who of Nu'soii coiinty.and S. K Stewart, will remain during the summer. DAo of Il.inliu county, for J. S. Ashby anil wife went to Satuidav. gate to the .Minneapolis Convention. Space forbids u publi-hin- g S. R. Ashby lias gone to Evansvillc the letter in fu I. with his logs cut on Pond River. .Monday Abbieville was in great Whim: pacing through S nith Caroglee over the certainty of railroad be-i- ug lina la-- t Saturday, Senator Hill was built, today they'are dcspoudeut entertained by the editor of the over the news that has reached here, JYt'iw. Speaking of Speaker that the company to whom the con- Con-gie- --, Heed'.- - ruling in the Filly-fir- st tract of huiling was let is no good. tin' Semtor .nil he had never The best policy about the road is to taken any stuck in the Demociatic look for it when they sec it. criticism nf.Mr. Keen's method of count-in.- ; Giiazia. a iiioiuai. "In fact," said he, Heed tnle that ruling bodily "Air. I ruled the same way ..IN.AND ABOUT TOWN. from me. The protracted mooting is over, against the Kepulilieans when I was President of the New Vol k Senate. ' and much good is realized from it. did not of Senator Hill said that he might While tho hnvu this as capital for himself, course plei'so overy body, tho majorthat the Democratic party ity of tlio town aro highly delighted but he was being benefitted by pitching into with tlio sermons. Heed's, position, and lie did not Bay The entertainment given livtho II. any thing about it's having been stolen. K. C.'s nt tho College Hall ".Monday evening proved a success in overy Tin: Liuisville 7'imsays: "Speak respect, but such may always be exIiou-er Alooie, of the Frankfort pected from the R. K. C's. This noble e.piese the opinion that lie time little hawlhiv-fo- r sometime been ridiwhen the popular culed 1'ir hf some of their supposed e Speaker will superiors, the Ailolpbi.ins, but of th" W ihington Iiou-e- . in that tliu boys will boon find icgaiding ipiorums. Wo me not there' no surpassing an R. ICC. ii not already at that sine iliat the time edited by .Miss Liura I. Tiio logieofilie thing reipures The paper, h Render, was a seeeess within itself c whii - pie. that tne sliouhl The Orations aud Essays delivered ent, li.it refu-e- - to lepre-eu- t, in Mich a uniiuur as they were, told j'l-- t a- - the hir.I be compelli'd to i composed of that can sing, b t won't, should be. that the Society The waiting bright U'ling ladies. le. if tho thing U made to The Legu ittive hodv tliat is empow- listener- worn well rewardo when e of every .Miss Ruth CuombfS took her seat at ered to compel the member has the inherent light to con- tho pi inn and dispensed ofswojt aecoinp.uiiod by sider tho-- e pri.fut a- - men and not a Attains of mti-iiiii.i Mean, with tlio guitnr dummies, Kven Heed ami the devil .Mi-- s and Miss Sal lie Crawford with the fhould be given their bo prmiil of II irtford slio-ih- l harp. girls. LABORS. THEIR Tiift littlu class in English CompoIn view of the leeent ieyiv.il held Cliuich, a sition outcrtaiiied in a vcr pleaswith the Cumbeilaud brief notice of that body would not ing manner at College Tuesday evn-iu- ". The Cumberland Hartford eau truly boast of her be uuiutei"sting. Presbyterian-- , havo never been intellectual powers. Tim iiuiuberof either' in number or in wealth in literary entertainments, given yearly Hartford. A few held to the faith, at College goes to prove that our however, until March 10, 1884, when town stands am ng tho first, of iti and ie, in mch uiub Miikii'gs. the church was .i. iriiicc this event their numbers have been bteadily, though slowly, increasNo-ti- co Under the care of Master Commissioner's ing. to Creditors. Willis Smith the church began Rev. the erection of a beautiful hou-- e of OHIO CllirUIT COUIIT. worship, which was dedicated during W. B. Leach's AcliuV, Plaintiff. Hev. Waggoner's labors as pastor in Against. July, IS'.H). The cost of the Imildin,' W. B loach's Hcire, Ac. Dot'nts. was' 1, all of which, save SJOtl, All persons having claims igainsi has been paid. Two or threj faith-lthe estate of W. Ii. liCiich, deceased, one- - with the Ladies Aid Society notified to produce the have borne the brunt of tho battle sue hereby saino, properly proven, to the undernot only ol this expense but of nil Commissioner' of said others to which tho church has been signed, Master in Hartford iu -- ulijtct. success of the or Coul I, at his But the Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before ganization is the rich reward. or they will 2d day For the psK eighteen luuiitln Itev. tho foroVer of Alay.'next, barred. This 8th day of 'be (S. It. .McDonald haslaboied earnestJohn P. UAttitirrr, r, and has done much lo March, 18!I2. ly it- Mutter (.'oiniiHssioiicr said Court. liaruioiii.e and .unity the efliirls of :l'-- t. the lailbful liltle ba'tid. , Wedding, of Ohio. Kleetors Hon. Real Estate .'J.OOO.lK) Jno. W. Lewi, f Washington, nnd Furniture and Fixtures.. 1, 500.00 Hon. Janus Mc( jiiaddy, of Brecken- Cash on Hnmi and in other ridge. Ranks .:,80t;,27 No other business being before the Convention it adjourned aud the $07,370.55 Delegates started out for Lonsiville LIAHILITIES. to attend the State Convention, which Capital Stock Paid $25,000.00 met thereon Wednesday at noon. 8G2.31 Reserve Fund CONVENTION NOTKS. Surplus Fund 2.250.00 Lewis is a star. 3H,U58.'i4 Ueposit Account There is no flies on Barnett. $67,370.55 Alaloue is a good presiding oflicer. ' John H. llAnxK?, Cashier. AIc.Monigle as Secretary is n dandy. Subscribed and sorn to before me, Hon. John W.Lewis made n grand this January 1, 1892. speech. Shelby Taylor, I). C. O. C. Everybody likes the Foster boys t w from Green. We take pleasure in submitting Ohio County ought to bo sitisGed, this our first annual statement to the and she is. public. We have now a safe a deThere is nothing small about pository n any iu the State, and of Berckenridge. licit the biisinet of firms, corporaJames A. Smith, as Chairman of tions and individuals. Special atOhio county delegation, always the tention to collections Exchange made himself heard bought nnd sold on the principal Dan O'Riley. of Gra.tson, ami Pat cities of the United States. Ru-l- i, of Hart, with plenty ofRe- John H. Barnes, Cashier. publicaiiism and genuine Irish wit. ol .Meade. .). ."5. u. Loans 'and Discounts. OUR DRV GOODS DEPARTMENT has been the center of special l.'e0" rttnsac,kJ' for lliolntost STVI.ES and HNLsI rAHRILfc. iJeginning at the iibuiiest LINES nnd running up to the finest WOOLEN' GOODS. Tlio DRESSGOODS Department can- not fail to interest the LADIES of this Green River Country. Onne mid examine before purchasing )our outfit. OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT is a thing of beauty LADIES TRIMMING GOODS of eory vaiiety ton iiuineroit to mime: (! loves, Ho siery.Collnrs, Cuffs, Corsets, Neckwear, Jewelry, Handkerchief, Einbroi ins Department must lie seen to lie appreciated. derv,i erfuinerv, c, c. " OCR M I I.L1XERV DEPARTMENT is one. of impoiianc. Everybody wants a nice hat, it is purchased for the STVI.E, mid no one can afford to buy ah.it unless s!io knows lm iots the latest STVI.E. MISS . . . .....-......- . .. t MAGGIK KIJI.K.N will again preside over ibis DEPARTMENT. Her long experience in the city inarkot fit her for tlio iiLce. She has just spent s'ovoral weeks i hecity trade.' and cannot fail to b fully up with the fashion. ?vr.Vf;!r.l,,f,l,,"kot?J""' 1 -- LADIES SHOES. l'w" ln.' v.rnl- - :i rie'n d i. Our well known "Siwi," the ' Ed.i," ami the "Xi- line of'.MeIntoh pmd...' cml ii'cin-t- he nn ' " cannot fait to le.i-eGENTLEMEN'S SHOES. Are, nl- - , umci itv. Tliwe gomh have u reputation iuconinaiuble. full for tli "Ibiell." ri.O I Ill.Ntt. i in Dep.'iilmi'iit Iim" i ii'iurii our iiot iiiiiuoiis hIuov, We Iniw In en deit'imined lo foiepi tlio inula great deal of iiionev. ot eiidinj; lo Hie ciiv u aiUei- - loi ( lntniii. ncee.-.-it- y elme eiiiiii-ine!' nil tlio Cities and we tlie lothinu of tin in.iiiilsicti it lie N't UtlillXI', the lim- -t style we know we have THE (it)t)lS. Our s.tlc tunc Ii tu iiiimcni' mi I ! liixebeeu compelli'd to have. the b'iidiiu; fcnlinc iil'ol oim Clo'.lnng Hade. Thi buy largely. TIih i :i nt ln-Our Stock is ini- HATS! HATS!! luiii'uir.nt. f.very six le ol iiuii..r ( 'ueiire. anil.Mr... i.inn.N. GROCERIES, Finally our (ieneial lito'- aie lull. FAMILY SIT- (il'KKNSWAUK. TIN' ARE. IIAKDWARK. FCRNITrRi:, STOVES, SADDLERY mid FEI,TIU7.Ei;. . d f Ivi-tc- I i.-t , limited. IJ e wan I ihc fient'e In audi aland lhat'.oar pur'pbseis to be 11 KABQVA 1,'TKTSJ'in- tin- people in tin's count n. The people need a point, a center, llieij can dispose of their produce at the best prices and at the same time procure their i'ii'i'.y'iiii'Ij U'J'JXTJi, To supply this need ire ha'e workeil. and latter ourselves that i oars. Oar first p,dut is to let the people, know that we tare the COOPS. As to PJilCluSiwe deem it aiineeessanj 'o make load proicslaiiniis The people know our style of doing business We emphaticalh sua, and mean it, oar prices are UK! Iff, thru are THE LOWEST BECAUSE WEKYOWTh ,t WE CA.V ItEAClf BOTTOM. AM) WE WILL 1)0 IT. CET IX TO UR WA(WX, and bring you fain :ly and PIIOJ) 'o E. IlospocMY.lly. We in e cannot go into details. Our time and space a-e ''. - Jl,,l' ..... sa'-cet- s Beaver Pam, March JAY-EYB-8- EE HOCSSSSl & GO. 31. r.T.ii Kn-.u- i iiiitiiiiiiiiniittiimiiiiit i&M V( s;i Ma. J. I. Cvsr, (Illckori- - Moe Turin, home ; -orja-Kc-SItJiclm--, V..,kiij--: .xiui trlng . vxery knunn rrininlr. I r.inoxrU n larcc Hum li I of two eurs tanilliik', from n 3 )inr old Oily, : with three nppllciitioua or QUINN'S OINTMENT. of. op. ;nl . a :(;( k -- i (roods hi ItUlhebotrreparatlont tmvecxeriivilorhrnrd : IIheartily ri'commml It to nil Ilur&emen." ; nVAntc hundrtiU e tueh teillmonlali. mmmi t2ZJB3 I I A tum.va:k, A UliVJ CASLBIlR!: Prlw.Sl.30 per b.lllr. Atkrourdrucctitforlt. Ifhe I1UI KtTl ii,Mnuuio.s'uuior Aiiiar,riiririMi&ox. ', ii. i: t'O., AVtilleliall, N. Y. :IY a( Sulpliiir Spnji"--1;.. Dvv (voods Ciroceries i c;;:i.-.is- ; OisiM-n.svwuv- of . Tinware, eican-.- ui!i ..;!! chr;;;; fur leash or cr;in(rv :::. C;;!3 and i d p:-c:- - 1, S.::: Tirr, CaihlBU "Si. I, 3, Ta; JS3.00 crmcTLY HIGH GRADZ. h:. 8 C, Lidiss' Cwhlcn Tires, tij.on ;i,j.oo s-f, y. v. $93.00 Sfllhf Tlr 'see us and he ; I ;r. ineed. re. Lifts' Silid Tires. $ JiV. iW 'PV XHj.4,2, I - " C::Uoa Tina Siesfjerlfullv. S35.00 ! Cnsiisn Tires t.' . No bolter L II. l.VAi M 11 tt -- , & .'.j'Htr.'ubffvuiw Yarrantsl ALL l'AT.73 rr.2c:.'.":caiJoat any prico. C;:y::3C:'.'.::::jr::3. .CiSiiri: ' A . .. . k CO. ieWr . . iBi.II 1 . Istercli.e- - Di-tri- ct Liv-ermo- FAST LINE !?i35.C0 '. "- - .te. T?!T-'- C'J, .toii7 :?. ior.z.-L- j MV"jrv;T' ", f Ar.ruJ co.. ma.:. r- '' T t t ' T V t t t T T T f T ' r T Win---bo- ro -- CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY BOOK.KUPIKO. 8H0.THAND. TtLtOKAPIIT, OATAioaut and Wnrri mMfi k STRATTSil Business Coiieg AlllOlfll C Vf v fo. full C. dvwio ibic.rv i -- u-- 03JDE3 TO PRICE ALL. I I '. VMLjilMJlMiBBIlMTfcCltli',B 'J ' Ilnvin hoiiirjit tlio I.ivorv MiisinoM o' K. W 'i' ,,i- -. I xx to iiiforin tlio Imi I liiisinc-.- , at tho iiiililio that I xvill do a roiur.il I.'xorx, -- a i old stand, and also koo on hand Il'.'tJ ' IKS. W.UIONS and CAItTS of tlio hito-- and ninht iiiiiii i miiko. Don't fortji't that tho llurtfotil Traiixfoi- is tili t i th't frunt in li'li;tlfof thodriliiiiiicrand trax!i!iiiililic. friv,. mo a mil Tin: !:: t::ii's daii.v. or h'r i ;i.f. ill tim ?. ''.orcia Hornoi, buggies an J wagons for -h I t vns SPECIAL Given TREATED ALIKE. e, wit il-'i'- ATTENTION Public. to the Traveling IjvS' .CSSuMMiliLiH For Cataloguo and Pricoa, writo tho Manufacturers, 'J' - 1'ii-a-- attention j;iven to all :stock ontrutod u my caro. Yours Very Rospoctfull,'. sib Kepre-enlutiv- Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., fe.V Sfei lo-i- , rak 'Mmm -- IKh j'jv'Lsz- - JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. rorx.'jcENiunv flMBY?HAHC does he po.-ib- 1 rjtfPtOfts . TOflVNOTjipAGE STANDARD pre-ene- Statement of the Condition e, li'-- m- i or thi: At C'limp ol IIiivIiipwn, Jiiiiiimi'J O, ISI1J, mill StibiiilllPil l Ihc llr t HITCH HIM TO ! THE GREAT eM3H? Gai x MfgdEspeciallyForI:XERC1SINGandSpEED1NG. Pronounced ByAllHORSEIVIEN To Be Tuc MftCT AltAKn. i Nlir!(liiilipr' Jim. MopIIiih ... - I), 1H03. TWINBROTHERS Mills ilincoiinti'd Also keeps a first-clas- s DRY HOP THE Iti-n- l cetnto I'liriiilure ami ll'inih lituin'. ... S5!l..'i!i:i. 8'2 :i,00()( .00 VhalebonestoCk:;;;gv;;;,agents wanted. DCPP!?rT ?lll lY PADT U, I ic-- r- al ul can have jour Horses Fed. and get the hest of rigs vow Livery and YEAST Feed Stable, whore KCT tor "AttNlOO YtASl yuitkK Debt? in unit Kxpensea mil Cash in ."aft' dish in other lmnk. . . I, OIK), 00 1.341 (!7 74U 54 :I(I3 .fiil !FE'teTLMDWcoBtuTr: ., r,.'i2!l, 07 :i8,tl(!2 .m "Seeing is Believing." And a rood lamp must be simple; when it is not simple it is I not cood. Simfile. Jitautiful. GW these words mean much, Imt to see " lne Kochcster" All mcttl, will impress the truth more forcibly. tough and seamless, nnd nude i.i.t.iroe.j icces or.'; . AfrE-i- r c Alulnin 3 it is absolutely safeml unbraiKaole, of old, it is indte'd a "wnnilfr'i.l lam"." f r i.s nni r v'jp'.n. ZjM0J vclous lisht is P'ircr f.nd lr! 'itrr i an v- - lidit softer than tK'ctnc light and more cheerful than ei.hcr. i RISER , 8110,037.91 LI.VBIUTIKS. Cupiliil stock UfpicitM 8:10,000.00 , . 7.r),.")");J.0.") LiGHTBSEAO 0 OCTNOirMICH da.y or night. ' ' Due other Hanks DividiMiiN unpaid Profit nnd 08.1 1 40.37 4.00 4,440.4!) oo Leave ders wilh I jour or- BROWN'S tnOS BITTERS MuU CureInill(t'tl(ii, nlllouin s, ruyu r), NrouncM, uiiuiiturrni ii'iMiy. (IimiuIiio iiIa. m 11 8. K. Cox, President. $110,037.01 eUni rtcomiuci.il It. All ileal- in It. pa-to- mimi i BN butr'lnmiirX!niaiTu.ic."lutlll'-"'iirii'pc- r. Happy ami conltiit Ii a dome itli " 'Die Ke duster; a Urrp xi.h l!.e ir,:.tctthe mornlne. Citiloguei.xrlte Kocliottr LampCo .NewYork. baitrtdu inarkamt croocil icttllniaonnraipr. All dealer keup It. ll.M pur bottla. O.nulne I!a Ilrann'a Iron lllttera. I'll jiii'l. in rvcoinmcnil it. KOlt DVHl'KPHIA j'-- r I not fnrthUilarap TlinRoeti'STFR. Tft,i?1,,Tnilfiter!'"-,t,,,r-"",- "i Ij Lie ..I,,,.. Kccnclir. i.jJ cn aule oi wj.ii..h v v c i . ,. ,r iijiV i i y i a i ir'n i jour inoiw ci ovwf ..u au.l f v" i 1W( in . .' . ... 't.l Jvariex.iJ fifn I' ' i itorn'i'.sJ:". L.irsi c: ., f j i ns': riaee, ::c.7 Vortt I -.. i. I -- '.', .' a j :. 'i BROS. for inspection. & COB PERSONAL. I'. T. Coloninn Hartford. ujiont tho woek in METHODISM. Big stock of Spring Goods are here, ready Every day brings crowds of people to gaze upon the most magnificent Stock every brought to the Green River country. The styles arc novel, the quality the best, the prices the lowest. Wo make special announcement of our Millinery Department, which is la-den- ed with Flowers, Laces, Velvets and Hats of every description. MISS HELEN FOSTER, of Louisville, an experienced trimmer, up to the of this department. la- test in everything, will have charge Our goods are bought low, with a view of making this the most interesting season since we have been in ness. busi AdolphuaW. WiUon was born iu Baltimore, Mil , lrfU ; was licciiKcd us a Metodibt picat'herin 1852, into the B.illiimre Conference as a traveling preacher 185!5, and elected Hinhop in 1882. For four years l,ri-,r- . " !'''' election as Bishop ho served as Missionary Secrctury of the church, traveling at large throughout its bounds. He is the son of a famous Methodist preacher, was trained for the law nnd practiced for n time, henco is one of the most logical, as well as the most foiciblo preachers of his day. As a presiding officer, lie is firm but kind and is universally popular with both preachers nnd people. Miss Helen Foster, of Louisville, Rev. Zephaniah Meek was born in has come to tako charge of Fair Bros Floyed county, Ky., March 4, 1883. & Co.'s Millinery Department, Ho taught school at fourteen and' was Miss Annie Lewis, who has 1jj:i Eastforsoine days Atlieriug up all the novltiesand pretty Millinery, will be at home this week. I Dr. J. II Wliito is at homo from Louisville. T. L. Griffin wont to Eliaboth-tow- n Mondaj. Prof, lko Mason, Bufortl, called to see us Tuesday. Miss Lutio Lea,Owtnshoro, is visiting relatives horo. JuuVe K. D. Walker wont to Leitolifield Monday. J. S. Leisuro nnd wife, Bedn, called to boc us yesterday. J. E' Howe roturnod from Owens-bor- o Thursday night. Col. Win. McIIenry is very ill at Mrs. U. D.MoHoiirT'H. J. M.Harnett oanienp from Owona-bo- ro Saturday orening. Miss Mattie Uliinn, Hada, visited friends in town this weok. M. L. Heaverin returned from Owensboro Tuesday night. John, W. lijnu, Shrove, ww im town Sunday and Monday. Dr. Enos McCortnio, of Hails Point, Teun, was in town this wook. Mrs. McDaniul, Sulphur Soring, is visiting (rieuus in lianlsUnwi. Dr. Ed Ford and Jake Wilson Kordsville, wore in town Wednesday Hyrbert Sanders and Archie O'Flahorty, Owensboro, wore iu town Tuesday. Mrs. E E. Tiusley and Miss Ollie Anderson, Kintlerhook, called to soo us Monday. Miss Salliu Colunmu has roturnod to Haitfotd after closing Iilt school at yEtuavillu. A Mooting of tho District Conforonoo. The Distiict Conference for tho District met at the M.E. Church at this placo yesterday morn-in- g at 9 o'clock. Bishop Wilson was made chnirmun nnd Rev. II. T. Gains wns made Sccrotnry. We hud intend' cl to give tho proceedings of the Convention in full, but owing to tho pressure of business wo are compelled to omit it. We tako plcuiiro in Bishop Willson, Dr. Aleck and Bev E. E. Bute, nnd we me miry we can not give the sketches of tlico good men more space. Owensboro g acting clerk ot thecuunty and circuit courts for ix yearc. He was com mibsionci of' ediu'ntinu of Infineon county for six years. He was wound- eu in mo mnieueraio army, ou uo count of which ho nftcrwnrd declined an appointment iih chaplain in the army. He win licensed as a local preacher in the M. E. Church South in 185(5 and commenced to publish tho Central Methodist in 1807, which is one of the leading newspapers in the M. E. Church, South. In 1878 he joined tho West ViginU Conference, nnd, in 1883, began missionary work in the Kentucky mountains. Ho was a delegate to thcGen. ernl Conference nt Bichuioud in'88. Ilov. Mock is truly a religious man, having done as much for Christianity as any other man of his age. SARA AND ME quote yoa next week. In NEW PRICE on NEW GOODS re- the mean time you are quested to visit the Bazaar and see the New WsSwm BISHOP V'll.-ilited Goods that have already arrived. Our Stock of MILLINERY is now here, and is "lovely to behold." m:v. i:, k. i'Atk. Rev. E E. Pate was born in Hancock county, iu and was reared as a farmer boy. At the age ot 22 he became clerk of the county and circuit courts of Hancock county.aud at the expiration of that time he was admitted at the bar and practiced law until 1874, during which time he filled the office of County Attorney; iu 1874 ho joined the Southern has filled some of the most important charges in that Couferouce. , Our New Dress Patterns can't be at- - dupli- cated at the prices we sell them them. See Our Stock of ladies button Shoes,in heel never better, and spring heel was pair. fry a Miss Minnie Howe, one of Hartford's prettiest little school girls, vis- Owing to our great rush this week, we will be compelled to defer prices un- ited he mother at Spring Friday, returning Monday. Lick til next issue. For unexcelled bar- H. P. Robinson and Sam Burns, two of Oweniboro's gifted attorneys, were in Hnrtford last woek oi business. Thoy returned home Friday. al Feathers Wanted at gains, visit. Headquarters. B.C. Hani ,S. McDaniel, Lowiwiiort, wick, Hopkinsvillo.C.L. Hardwick, Lnuisvillo, Mrs. (tuoryo Rev. J Hartford Tempi of Fashion. FAIR BROS, fJ & CO., Props, Head Fair Bros. & CVs "ad." Nowman, Contral City, ar at tlio bedside of Clarance liardwick, who is quite sick. If It If It ultyj. i Don't forgot our $10.00 suits Go to Pchnpm'rc for your Shoes. Head KhIiii'i hi- - It 1 is Blegani CALL . u. (kj!, OX- - J M ( 1 It Ml. 1 i) iN . N. N & V. R. H. IIHIN-- I IXAVK HRAVKII DAM. T)UI1 00 SO WEST. , 12.10 r. Nu. ), Mail .nit Firi-- r .No. 7, l.ini.lJ h, TjtUM liOI.VS KAST. N... , M.ll .ml i r. u. K No, I, l.itnit.il P.iprrni KirM .llifir. Ertri Mti. "FRIDAY," APRIL 1, 1892. Gaideu tools nt Williams Bros. Best Hay and Corn at Casobier Burton's. If you want a bargain, trade Carson it Co. . with Buy youT Hats and Shoes from Carson it Co, T. J. Morton's calling peoplo both far and near. new Furniture is Don't forget Howard, pure orb cider at the Hartford Iluipr. Try it. J. M. Burnett will build a new bouse on his lot, where ho was burned out a few weeks ago. R. A. Anderson, one of our hustling farmers, lias added to hisalreadv largo orchad, ouo hundred cider erali trees. When you como to town Monday, loave your hoito at Casebier & Bur. ton's, where he will be given tho i of attention, Ik-s- Mrs. Wm. A. Edwards.of No Creek, who was sent to tho Ilopkiusville insane Asylum somo months ago, we are glad to say has, gotten well and returod home. Country people are requested to vis Ireuh Groceries and Furniture. All kinds of Country produce taken in exchange at hihc. market prices, ItT, J. Morton lor .1- - A good young man who can ftlr nisb 8500 in cash, and wants to learn a profession that is very profitable, can learn something to his interest In calling at this office. A protracted meeting will begin at tho Baptist Church next Mondav night. Rev. J. M. Sallce-wil- l do the preaching, assisted by Dr. J. S Coleman. The Delegates to the District anil Conventions areas follow i; at rair State liarmiiiw fur the ladiw John P. Morton, Win Milligau, E. I). Bros. & Co. Guffy, J. A. Smith, M. L. Heaverin, W. .rrjn ' I. I , . Sfod swoct and inth potatoes at D. F. Tracy, J. S. R. Wedding, Wood REV. ZEPHANIAH MEEK. Tiusluy, O. R. Tinslev, N. U irrass Williams Bros. Capt. Ditvid Duncan, 'E. B. Allen, C. Why, R. Campbell, J. M. Hudson, R. R, Whin- u the best clothing? L. F. Hooker & Bro., of Curds-ville- , R. E. C. Entoriaininont. linn. A Co. at Not, for some time has Hartford Daviess county, havo purchasWedding, Eli Allen, Jo B. Rog.rs, been so elegantly entertained 250 acres near SutherIf ynii want L'ood blacksmith work, C. M. B.truett I). L. Smith, and ladies, as die was on last hv young ed a farm of Daviess couuty,fnr which Monday land Station, A. S. Anil. goto Williams Bros. evening. The evening was pleasant, they paid 810,000. The Hocker Every dollar goes one quarter furand early the Chapel Hall wus filled Bros, formeily lived in this county Bishop Wilkon will prebo'i ther at Pair Bros, it Co. to overflowing with eager faces and their muiiy friends hero are glad at 1 1 . in., and will give a Mienioon-r- y awaiting the coming of the young In- to hear of their doing well. aa yet untalk at o p. m. Rev. Meek will dies. A nut of bargains preach at 7:30. Promptly nt eight o'clock' the It. touched nt Fair Bros. & Co. Thanks. E C. Society entered the room ten money. Trade with u and h.ivii Eiiitohs Rni'tTiiMPAN: Allow me, Judge John O'Flaherty died in ot then' taking their teats on the Fa i it Bkom. & Co. through the columns nt your excellent Owensboro on tho 27th, was brought rostrum. Miss Ida D.ike, the Presi. f-- .f ui.ll iiii..i.id thaip hero Monday and buried. Ho w.is dent, after n few words of welcome paper, to tliank Mr. J. P. Thomas for well known here, having nt ouo time to the audience, introduced the first the present of a nice cane, brought already neat stock of Dry wda. owned and published a paper at speaker of the evening, Mits Emma by him from Florida. I very much Tho family have many frien Is Nyilli.tiiH, with the Biography of Har- appreciate Ids kindness in rememberJan. Sullenger hurt his ankle again who deeply sympathize with them in riet Beccher Stowe, showing forth the ing me so far from home, and predict last week, but is able to bo about. He seems to theii Ws. noble qualities of this grand woman. a good future for huu. We will receive auother lot of new A Vocal Duet by Misses Morton and have a good memory for his friends, (toods today. he brought several other presents Carson & Co. One of the grandest meetings Hart- Duke was much enjoyed, followed by as which ho bestowed with a liberal hand. ford has ever had closed last Sunday Miks Sallie Quisciiburry, whose subIf von want your horwto have the He brought, besides, several curiosbeH feed, leave him at iv night. Rev. Kittrell did some excel- ject wob America's Inventors aud well ities, among which may be mentioned lent preaching, and by his earnest ef- did this young lady handle her subBurton's Stable. shell ot a star-fisan alligator's forts many fin tiers embraced the love ject. Next, a recitation, Snowdrop the C. to Williams linn, to g't the of God and hare united themscves Monument, was beautifully recited egg and other things which I shall not Many, best chilled or steel plow made. with tho christian people, Hartford by Miss Artie Bennett. Au Instru- enumerate here.my cane, many athanks to you Jim for Its danPlows guaranteed. alwavs welcomes such preachers as mental Duet by Miscs Duko nnd W. L. Hawkins, and hope that he may Cooinbes was well rendered. Thiswns dy. Bro.Kittrcll, Rev. G. H. IXtvis ha closed a ro. iu the near luturo to preach followed by an essay on ''Our Educavival at Cromwell. He had fine sue-ee- s return tion" giving instructions how to to our people. A and won many friends br his and lasting edua good work. earnest Eva cation, was read by Mi.--s Collego Happenings. Monday, tho beginning of tho last Pirtlc. Miss Lula Johnson came C. 11. Snllenzer, of the firm of next with an oration, hoc subject reSii'h'necr'iv Moor", left their landins term of school, h.n come and gone, was "Great Things Through Greatest Monday with about 40 men and twelve ere this is read by the public, the Hazards are Achieved." tier tpcech hundred logs bound for the Evans-vill- first week of the last term will have showed thought and a thorough nil are repassed away. Wo think market. Voalizing that this is tho last term and knowledge of her subject. Tho curoMtii-hrnneht are redoubling their energy. New cal Solo by Miss Eva Morton delightAmnncr the home finin Florida by .Tame Thomas, elapses have been organized and each ed everyone; followed by n speech & isn nine native lemons and student has taken upon himaclf now upon our Profesdon il Women, delivered by Mi Lula Milligan, preoranges, a palmetto bush and an work. n for the aligator egg. Marvin Kiiubly, Willie Mortou, Z. dicting lifegrand public career of the women of our coun future Reu-fro- w George Howell, who was implicated II. Shuliz, Louis Blirus, A. R. addrer-.to tho young laand Miss Minnie Howe spent try. An in the Furgeron-Mnsle- y rape case, last Saturday and Sunday at their dies by Miis Mary Miller was very bad hi nxaminiui! trial before Judge pleasing. Next came ouo id' tho Morton last Friday and was cleated. respective homci". most interesting cn tines of tho evcu-inDr. Alexander made fine talks at Furgerson will be tried "The Medley" phted upon three General Exercise last Friday and all- instruments; Miss Salla Cinwford, At the Lexington Methodist Color-orei- l Monday mornings. playing tho French harp, Miss Anna Conference, whioh rnnvn t Sam Burtis.B. P. Roberson, Owens and M'u--s Ruth Bean tho guitar Indianapolis, Alex Posiy was sent to boro; J. E. Itowe, Dr. E. B. Pendlc Coombcs the piano. TluQ young laHartford and O. II. IV la was tun and Miss Auua Bean, city, were dies were one ired, and quite graceseut to Paducah aad Mayfield. welcomo visitors at General Exercise fully did they respond, fhe Herald last Friday looming reail by its very ablejcditor, The oldest landmark in Ohio counMrs. E. C. attended was next Miss Laura Render. This, us the edty or perhaps in the State is in Rough General Exercise IlubWd Monday morning. is Creek flats near Brown's Ripple. The Olivia Rose, Albert Oiler, Golda itor said, one nf the lest papers initials of Thomas A. Downs were Moslcy and Jinimio Gillespio in town. It way hi led wiih bright, are new with wit and cut there on a beach tree in 178(5; tho students in the Primary room this uewsy matter, hnmor, intermingled with the heavenletters and figures can he seen plainly. term. ly brilliancy of sound, Milid instrucOn Tuesday a large crowd gathered Dr. Alexander has charge of the tive ptecs." Tho Chormby the Sociein Ci liege Hall to listen to the es- obus in spelling for this terra. ty closed the evenings exorcises, The says to be read by tho class in En Un last Monday night the school crowd departed feeling that they had glish Composition. At eight o'clock . aud town wero very highly entertain Mowbeen doubly paid for being there. tho members, fourteen in number, ed by the It. E. C. Literary Society, Tho It E. C. Society know exactly with their teacher took their places of Hartford College. The girls know how to entertain and wo wish for its on the rostrum. Mr. Fixter after a how to get up au entertainment and in their work - , to make everyono feel pleasant. It members great euccefs few words introduced the first speakand hope to hear from them again iu er, wuo read tier eaay In a verv ; is true tno Adeipmans leel a little 71 pleasing manner indeed,' ai did oach weak,, but we hope thoy will soon re the near future. the thirteen that followed. Would cover. of Misses Auua Beau and Jessie Ford that we had space to give each speakCommittee- - CaII. er a mention. This is a good flaw attended General Exercise Tucnday and well might, Prof. Coleman, who morning. Tho members nf the Ohio county Prof. Foster'H.clas's iu English Com- Republican Committee are requested had charge of it until he left, he Persona proud of his and their work. The position read their esuvs from the to meet nt (lie Haitford Ilou?e, in And Uiom Neuralgia nmou.iieM remltlnt troubled 1th music was furnished by tho cla rostrum iu College Hall Tuesday the town of llarilonl, on Monday flow car or omnork will be relieved b Uklag Brown' h Iron Hitters, gouIm with the awistanuo ot Mr. D. E. evening. This was the Hist appear April 4, 1S02 There is mmuu very Hue oa wrapetr. Thomas. The vocal ho'oh by Misses aujo of this eliis-- before and niidieuce, important InninrH to eomu before the bu trade mark ncd croueit red C'iri n no Cx an I Noli Her whore eswe have itothing but praxes lor llmni. Committee, ami I hope that all the m u on 01. InPlilUStlsaU We hopo thn, their This is a fine chi's and they aru doing members will bo ptiH'iil, pecially ci joyed. Resp'y, Newwjr Aur.r-iJl.l the Ar'U'X it Minn, t tl.lnj Monk Anon, go d work. ir appearance will not 'bo their J. S. It, Wi:nii'Mi, Ch'tn'ii. ON ou miUiortMd M.U. pace. "l"uu first Judge E. D. Guffv, of Hartford, ono of tho brightest lawyors in the country, spent a few days in the ciiv this week. He has law oases fc(l over the State and is rapidly rising to tho top of his profession. Thero am Louisonly a few loft like Guffy. ville Girl.' Anderson's Bazaar. J ,i ti i.i. .I '.. "SD0ES THE FINEST AND CIIEAPESIS3- - BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Horse-shoein- g to-d- ay ht J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. SS this-plac- P h, a famemss K fA H V r TWf-HI Wr MslAv90 m JIM 15 1- -, . ( t i t llJl k I a ft N rc fresb car load of the best brands of Fertilizers just As pleasant aslsfjvmSyi up. &.BIUOUSNESSS. A ceived. Come and see us before buying. s Respectfully, &FMFMIOT jtj -. Taylor Co. Beaver Dam. tf 'tlinl Uie T.uw1cm Chilt Tonic which haj 'Kivrn such universal satisfaction, talkinc Mil.Miyoulttaryonr Mcighlioia original nlm,t fa r.nrtvvx. To tret the 'mul aniline TiistcleRs Chill Toric, 1 anil ttuM n1 Iap ntMr0 miii flrtti'f Pfff rlt rli.an unlriril KtlllstitUtcS. daijIlBK tO s, wiavm aiasw mi anil col tains 40 be just ui Rood. Grove's Tastelcfcs ChUlTonlc holds full 6 doses, while may of the new, untril'tr.telfs.' tonics only hold Ah " an dolto thirty iloscis Grove's Tonic is ns large as conUins but twenty-fou- r lar tonie and retails for 50 ci'inv. Munufnctiircrt ly PARIS o. Jy MEDICINE COMPANY, St. IxjuN, iln. Sold by ull lrujtgit4 g, 1 Plows,Deering ers and Binders and Notice! If you want to breed to a good, around horse or a good trotting bred horse, call at the Fair Grounds and see Joe Drenon and Odd Stockings, in care of F. W. Yeiser. I am also handling m;nmM.m-i:-mwmu:B-B:-f- z doing a Blacksmith Business. Patronage solicited. F. W. YriSEit. general ou knov that a littlo cough id n daagcronsj thing t Aro yon nwnro tliut It often fo&tens on the lun(3 and far too often runs into Consumption ands ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma. 2 Brouchlti), 1'ueuinonu and Conuuaiption will all Do mrm ygo Can vou afford 'f a.u e eoyssi? I I f I 'lS2AJsV ulTCTlDTCniVITU PAI n "8 mrMsWmf iivimiibwiiiiiiHuvufi to DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY! tell you tliat 9BMMK wltli so serious a matter noelect ItT Are you nwaro tliat Can tou trifle " la. for Coughs, Colds and Consumption U beyond cmestlon tho ercatest of all Mixiorn Keineuies t it wiu stop a laugn in ono iukik. it win cneeu a i.oui in B a day it will present uroup, reuevo Atunni anu cure uoiuumiitiou it tnkcu 7 in time, " You can't afford to lx) without it." A S3 cent bottle mar taro V'Hig 9100 in Doctor's bills may kvo your life I A sic your ilruKiht fur It, or writol , p auw iorK, iur imx)u. to W. II, llOOKlttiSUO., iu west M H.L d III! Clllll iirou-.wuy- ' k y '. ' rrjnffTiriirMl'Ml77pnir""twtlwnmIlii?. As to tlm va lmtf;)n K.lm, )nU t,u wrung mlu of 4V. . "Jr . r frr.", r, " ilio lino, it N thp first tiuiolhat I over f .' hoard ol it and it ia Hot a fad and I f- . -- LEITCIIFIELD ITEMS. Miirch .). going ilnwn ' -- ' Judgo A. p. Baird J! ' il kil irs iK't't'iu- U still wull Our Imvn't liml nny oidcm s I - Mirvpyniittlu lurtli ' . her 2.1, ISill. I rmj u cnsnmm. L'11-- or and tee if lie itmkw plainly marked surplii-iCSniVMin will eeud a full delegation linci govern liiui throughout hi work ' S. Uciinett, headed tion I 'ruin Mr, far Iroin it. On the next hue tlui ' to the District and htate LoiivuntioiH, a above, in which the writer in a col' N and S. lino one the Hint Milu aro although c aie not making a fight I unin article deaN almost wholly in plain mark about tlnec fourth of iln for anything but Itcpublii'iui piinei- be it p;il, pine and Minple. iiiisiepicseiilations without oneo niv-i- ug full length and yet Mr. K. l'i:soi.vi:i), That in behalf of the Mr. Ileiiuett, l it almost enliiely. The roads are in a desperaltc eon- a word in regard to his portion Sunday ilenv tncre Deing a pinin y inurKcii i (jitiuii, almost equal(i wvatiier which Cumberland l'retbyteiian tiie or why the work of fie arbitrators line on the Kast sule. The fact is 1 ms been unprecedented for March. School, Hartford, Ky., of which he choiidl have been diflerenl. He tiiuiep-- , (on't k,)W f but one tree that murk There has been more coal burned in was an able, faithful and cflicient -3 1 1,. Wew!k resents me in holding out the idea that cd m aside lino in the lane between town in the last " months than was member, that we extend to the beimM'-r- reaved family and relatives our sinand Hhoads, where W- ncd in the months preceding. was inv survev when he really had H. H- it Itw with our hiivuv. The Kariiiei Alliance h.d a meet- cere condolence in this hour of their ithe adva'ntug.. in naming the survey- - 'crwent llu 'hat one beech near the branch ing beie Iat Monday, ami a i it it by great distress or. It was agreed by .Air. Hennett ..,,,. ,. ...r , lii:tu:r.vi:ii, That while wo deeply " " " . i:n . i,v,. ,m,l the name of K dieits gave us a lehasa ,, "" ' feel and myself that I should mile Mr. von the have vou iliiuhteil it Doing a lin nt Old Gi.tliiigciism with a tree vt deaththe lies webeloved lit otherin and rk am) I don't believe it was, ami plank. . He is joiirg to buihl railro.nU of our Stevens, if lie could do the woik and . . . ... .. . .. t. . Iine. heiiig everywhere, in tlie vineyaiil lie forgot to tell us Uiiislain Mr Hennett was to write to Mr. Hen- - "K"1" tlie llnee J., ami or our .Muster, we kiiow mai tieaveu tiie same icti"tii imneaies nun inn uliure e coiil.l eet the mnuev or we drie and it was niiilcrtond that we two N. and S. lines hhuiihl pi;i"pojeJ, for All scrid iiiu pural- - would noun have tic Hn.vling Oieeu is enriched ami brighter theiehy, and no M which N iiiohahlv the raii-- u until pieieireii .ur.riemine mioiii.i ot Xoitheiii doiieiH fur as l.eitchliehl. that He who took linn, did it for ,y N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. St. Louis. M&.dc the work. I don't know wlieth"r Mr. of Mr, Stevens tallim: into the i.iiiio Speaking of milnpiuls wiiktc i:.--. Hiiic the best, knowing that the harvest find in our that the State Line, which we see is was lipe and that the golden grain that ym elaiiii t.. Hennett wrote Mr. lleudric in regard ,lillL'rcMl irsrrw i "''j""!"" " let to contiaetors, will not mis" Hart-- ' was leady for the garner, to the matter or not, but when Mi. j ",irK Put.lil1" as cans llncri of the cMmo age as 1i:oi.vki, That in the death of foul as far as the X. N - M. V. did. htevei.s expressed lu readiness t.t do U)fcr (W () clvu l0B,iM, l(l tll0 Icft (lf has had more sickness i Hro. mini, wo lost an able exponent Croiiji, Wliojpino; (!oiiirh and . .. .Our. town L?. i lei .i;r. cruvein kiiow i lit j H0 ,ij,, inc woi-ku .ur. oievc-ii- leavnig .. tms winter or tor ine last m mouths ot Die UiiiM.nn f.utli, a wise ami lironclnlis immcdtatolv rolieiod bv and he was to let cither of the two '' still further to the left and yet you than for any three yeaii; helbie. ready counsehir .v!i was always will- Shiloh's Ciiro. AtZ.'W. Cnffiu ! Mr. A.Ashby said you were mt Many have recovered, but we have ing to assist in ever enterpii.e whose Hro.'s Drug Store. surveyors ';n.iw when .ve were ready If we ate neai- - had several death. rslieil with Ins work. W. I. MeCliire. object was to promulgate the cause of survey. f. to i uke tie ' er ihe line and between air. Mevens who is 8'J years old, is not expected Chiisl, and to eh vale and amcMotate WHEN TO!) M fl) OWcNSBOHfl jewel? thou in la audit, why did you sign hi- - work t live. Mrs. J. K. Hartmi had the the human family. CM.t.OX Mr. Hennett iow "lMirlhennore, s being satisfactory when ours is o (.tip several weeks ago and then a l!iisoi.vi:t), Tint with this, amuhir Consistency ielap?c. W. II. Coppage has pneu evideiu'e ofour tuoitali'v, in vuw, that he intended to very unsatisfactory. Mr. Keinler 3 we eniulate the example of Chii.-tai-n .Wel again. In uionia. Mrs. II. C. Uogeis has 1I1"" bring Mr. Stevens and ' the 'Mr. A. Ashhvs aeknowledgments, . .. Mrs. Kli.abeth Itoyeis.who faithfulness and sincerity of pinpo.e, land to convince the t h.i.ch Con V(1,ualiv ,.,;,,. ,,1U ha? been veiy low for several weeks, of our faithful brothei and sineoie leeof their erior, and oflhe aeciiia- - to his churcli, he Mated tiiat he is some better. Mis. Maiiou Lee has ftiioid, which shall eoi solve to guide of the bieii oiiite sick. (.J. W. L inj; has a ot) i fiet along lile's niggid pathway, of the fir.l e'l'irl at arhitratiou." lended to abide by the Xow Mr. Hennett knows that I with- - arbitiation ami that the line was not child that has been liangoron.-l- y suk ami point us to i wirM tib'ive, vliore mm m )0- deatii never culms' and tingles a cen-t- - i Ceks, aril no hotter vet Slx !.' TTe', v.7 A vi stood the piesuer to make a survev whcie he tnoiigiu it was, irnril tn tlin I'.iLt ..... ... ...... ll U ... ... .... ..- - llllt. lm!llil .. .... 111 Chailey Hilton, of .Jelico." Toiin., less vigil keep for 10 or 12 months, and if I said k..i.fnvr lU Wml tit 0 you kickiuir came down to see Ins mother and I!ioi.vi:i, That a copy ol those tuiytliing of convincing the committee idiout? I defy ou, Mr. Hennett, to spent a short time with liieinl. He's resolutii.il bo .piiad t ; on both' A don't remember it show one intarrcc in which the judg-.,.- ,. tlie ladies man. our Sabbath School ar Church book, of their error by ,1mA and .' ! .IWt'.iV Work, I... i it... inwtnL,. UMiMi...)' ..in In-t- inent of W H. Howe was warned Ike Layman is holding the depot also a copy sent lo the laiuilv, and to iw-tiI "III HH IIIC "II" .. "" I .11111 V !..il.. III I.!.. II lll 1'itdrrlra Sl.Jntircen down as uig'it i peratnr at Cauoyvilio each of our Clniieh ami cniinty pa-"i .'.'. I. II'..... . Mr. Hennett, th.itol putting iiiir'ieui .Ill ., IIIIIIIOIIL'C' .1 llll .. Mil.1 l'.. I . ..l l l r..yi:i7 ,11 L"l . IIIIIUU1ICO is jiI in. I.'.'i. .. lllili 1 MIOUIII and A ICofauver has lakou his place pers i "I me same age ,.,,.., .ntiolled Idm nod vomsolf had here, thov are both good variations on liu. , boys and .MiK I. A long-teste- d pain reliever. Steven', you not bettor stand from under per- - never fail to bo on lime. was also made liy Mcs-rMu. M. Jon. .son. .'lllili l' A. Ashby botit en- - Imps I might mop you up again, Dr, Woods and daughter have reHennett and Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Mils. W.M. Mil MlIAN, Com. Iro I r.iUti i.iwn I icruircrliiv.:M.'..i.'..i Mr. V. Ai.i:...viiiit. dorsed it by saying they were satisfied V you said,Ashby. Hennett, in re- - turned f'luni Indiana, both of them inn.. Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one Iron Itlltr- It used to do very much improved in health. to L. K. K. V. Mii.uiia.v. rvl.tilMi He says ... all pr- i- J;!m n he with his woik. rirmvri'. ((f goJ(, , licm, ft Ci'Juof bile. bii.liur..si..:a.U. lionhvci'iiinuu M joii. requiring an effective liniment. virtc consultations A. Ashby was not ,rC3ker. It appears to mi that it SLEEPLESS NXIIT ma '.e mis No other application compares with it in efficacy. admitted, neither was he consulted would do you unod to head ofl'iti this Catarrh Curci. health and sweet erablo by that tenilde congh. S!ii-loand Mr. Render was spokesman ir, correspondence, but you will never breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Cure is the remedy for vnu. n This ? remedy has stood the test of .., r.. ii.....,it uei there until you discard that one- - lieiuedy. Price "!) ct.. Nial ..i, i ..ii nil Liniiuiu.iuii:, For sale by Z. W'umio Oiiflin .v Hro. ii nuvii JMriri' 'vdiiiii-i- i tiv. tt.. .. votir fice at Z. W. (JriTiiii .S: Mro years, almost generations. city, ky. a right to rpeak, yon ad.nitth.it ijl.m)ett) j. mve ,;, admitted p? 'AXON. PR0PmT0.i being the lir.--t named of arbitrators, that I would be willing to go back No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of ROCKPORT. Has ju.t boon upaitod ami newly neither Of the OhioCiimiy mid I will mid that A. Ashby had no under auv circumstance, W. II. Moo.e, Ha.tfo.d, was in Ml'stan'g Limmi:nt. and hi- - tlm or- - ' have I ailtiiittcd that theie are any ,.;!,( f ' fuii.i..'...d. Located ilo-- c to Depot. Uniru, in uioiu.iry ot'i..-- distin- town last week. v " n o mistake in the Howe survey, but I did guished lemlei: Occasions arise for its use almost every day. ed "iinient that alter t!e Jive II. L. Hose and C. F. IWi.s, Cood niial- - oi his lunch. suggest to you and Mr. Slovens that ym:i:i:is, It has pleased Ciod in Evan.ville, wore in that neither party was to say it would y be right to make a town hist week. All druggists and dealers have It it a tital. His inliuite wisdom to remove from anything and I will further iy that slight change and a I rccived no Mrs A. H. Kovil and Misi Patterour inid-- t our beloved brother and I have dropped it and ifthoie had K. It, Ashby been present and V. II. Uoyal, and son went lo Hoiner Dam Lst Satur tlniu-anmistakes, now I should President, taken part in the survey, in A. Ahli"' was a Li hi ii "the County 17 u. .lay. I i. S nc"W ir back to correct them, for A. ion Viii:ui:., beloved not go v has lost a rrrriL--zs tried an ofii.-'-, abseiiceth.it A. Ashby did in his ah i"-From many c.i'.i'os t'ia entertain, has r- -. not treated me as a r rii . a him or me one would li.ivc gentleman or aetoil a- - a gentleman al, society ami hundred member, scnccthat ' Jf that was to have taken u uj-&?ti-a kind husband and devoted ment i went ho no, I would have told him in this matter hiiuclf. I told vou 'dace Marcli !Hh will not occur until father, therefore bo it that if he was going to run his side of that there wa only one half degiee Hi:soi.Vi:i), Tiiat wo tea lor our .March 2(ith. dillereiiei-ithe Levi line and the hoart-fi-the ca-- e he had no e for me. sympathy to his heitaved The Maons bad iiiite an i:.tet.-t-i- ng Coleiiiau Hue, bat it was a mistake Mr. Hennett ays ho never was ( nl my ii'i and has no iinie to do family, and that the mcmlier.s of Lodu'o nieeliiigon Sutuiil.iy niht. h it L. LT. wear the county sitied with the I owe Mirwy, and yet, with the Ashby urvey than you badge of inoiirning for thirty Au oyster slipper wn served at the he told L'nele Nathen Coleman that have with the mail in the moon. days. Coiiimeicial Hotiiat 11 o'chil. in TiTnsncsT. Mr JL'imett says in tegird to be belived it was done exactly right, 1i(.).vi:i, Further, that a copy o honor of vNiturs. (wjutstwiKKwiiiireojoFjswww lteuder's plainly marked line, that he j:-- , uh.ctjwvn.r . ..,-.- . is only one KALAfttAL DiSSftDERS. I Now Mr. Hennett, there thee resolutions be tendered to his We take plci'iire in aaiioiiuoii g c mid see hut one object, a ; DY All DRL'GG'STS. FO:? VlM-way to hormoiie vour iiue stale- - gum in the line desi.'ii ited bv one of family, also spread upon the minute, lit Itl.t IV'i. Il.ien IimiI .1 lloililimr of the County I'nion. Furthermore mo. incuts and that is vou are not s.nN- - the parties that reeiublei a line maik V$f SL XI C ! at Hockport. James Chirk and Mm . vl Now, Mr. H mien, this is more than he it mZ. fied with what is right in this matter, WJCj.K3t 1TA ,.nBBMHlpFaMtanr- -'rbTijuji(UUiL J.oiine McDiut-l- i i:oi,vi:n, That a copv of II. A. I.O.ICIUUvvCO., wrti uniled on '' K 1li,lt' J'";'tf but Mr. HiM.nctt I have heard 'vou '" icsolutious be olleied tin .March .rth, at u'clnok p. m. Miss the arbitratinii ami more than I be- - IlaiMioiir) ISi:i'i'iii.n-A.AdjuBtablo Extension Stand. Wl,..t...l. D.iakf, volaniar.ly say a hall.lo.ei. d.llerent jBVe , hj ,,, and Herald jlU ,,., ,w and Mr. ."sniiih.Miss lllJiV. ..ud times, and other men have heard you or uioro oceaMou-- . you Inv admitle.l and the Fanners & Laborers Journal, Mr. CLEVELAND, O. Her ae'io as attend nit of Owen.boro, for publication. 10 Siipefi r St. sav that vou were satisfied, that the to me thai there was two if not three IJefrpshiiieiits wore at II J. .1. Hi:acki:.v, J tlj? KENDALL'S work of the arbitrators was right. u?,lri "'irked on Coleaian's line. I o'clock. 'nii n -- v v married c tuple W. Cr. I'i'i.KIIIWI.V, t ho HateiiifUt I hat will Mr. now visitiuj the h ime of iho are .No, Hennett, my memory has , ,,y J. C Tiw.vsi:.vr. spavi1 nMncjfffl DlHMnt.nl, I n.,, Wm, ,,,, .4?. TU groom. IIi.s::. betiayed me.aiid I will now state that nuduuisn tciiiuu. (1, ,y A AM)) i,mt.t For i:n i bu ., si I j i JHi t . i v ' ijffsxia one 01 uic-- inwhen Mr. Stevens inn out the 12 i If not." why did he take it on himself .iZlvm. W v S'liloh's lj.-o'.- n Phuter. l'.-!'.'' our: t Stcv- jv en 11 oils u at Mr. poles and stopped, ho was within 2 to answerany objection V23W5H cents. S .Id by Z. V. Griffin ec Hro. l;or eyes wiin rheumy, and weak B 1 1 1 seems to a "" ''' J" 'J''1"'' "" poles of the best established corner to u'',f' .",,,k; anil red, offering them, but I heard of A. Ah It seen s David Ashby track of la. d, out. ,)y the j. n'u o((ei aa hc ,mg nje Her broath-- y ri could smell it tifn." Roll of Honor. to icach tlie TI10 .lloic Purrrinil Iti'mnlrrvrriilJCOT '?? sideofthesugai orclmd nnd I sun. nnd I know that he lias tried to in She had riniri'r i di..in ss o.'i In answer to my icqucst last fall, In cred, It Ii end as to Lll.trr.u IUkJ certainUlowlit mnU su iU- Lt in her h m I. ply stated to him the evidence in re- - fliiencc mo in various ways and why the teachers of tho county send in proof i ' I"'- - ' "'illicit,) gooduefs r f ' .y that he w; a the names of all pupils who attended And the e.i'i3j of it all was catarrh. nut in am ""c to it.when A. v 4w Kendall's Spavin Cure. iciriihitly during the .e.sini, the fol This it'iir:- 1:1 I'outeiuleil that I didn't know wheth- - cmiiviiicciI that our maiK w'.h ii'ht cK fi 32t He:- broalli i. as sweel as tho now and then com to in tli.i lo.iing nanies have been leceivul: s.ivm Si!.nToca,JMM-- y :!,i0. kg every :.y, i Iiiu T. J. Kimum, C'.. er it was Uu- Coleinaiis stake or not, i,.,..., ,1111M1 .i. , .r.i,,,,, if,: mead i a Inc. ' No ')"; w King, teacher. .Samup VMMtojfik and crrc : rliout a i thrro jfur n 1 TArri t jtam but liunlly admitted it wa, then Mr. Stevens dee; the same he endorse'. el Sharp, Maty Sharp, Minnie Dalv, I lor tno.s am us luifht as a n. I ui A r) )our uv !. lu a ii-- i ( iir'.(n.i It ' n KiiiiUM' j. ,ii in. it iMittU oi Stevens mlied him if Coleman was it assinn as Mr. A. Ahby does and Eva Daly. An I the causii of the eliiini'e. s!ie is i.ikI? ar tniilituCurn, ) ifnrrci :ii:ir.Jttll. t IZ'.trii?!?, c... ..... . . otaer Viliut ugUt i ir u hi im ii iw they are both again fUitiug mo. I h No. Huieli Shields, ve-- , ready in miv. tie auiwere.l, m nl at him, an nit nt. ::... A.'MC JJjK'L.MVhC. At Coiitorlown I propo-ed- , as Mr. Fiauees Ilowaid, Annie Haie, Ma Was tlm Dr. Siue C.i o for catarrh. '.' .:; only care it rcquiu.1 it was mad, li'fiu-- e I h night his Ian I, Hennett say-- , to leaVe every ilnni: to A. llowanl, Jackson Smith, Dr. Saeu's Citarrh I'u ue.ly will ; : nd wiping. then Mr. Slovens put up his compass the surveyor except to state to him iv T Wade Daiiyheilv. I Kendall's I. :.. .1... .....:.:....!. i.i Cure. : falls out when the and started oil at a light angle, leavtlie evidence, Mr. Hennett lather obNo. 10; Jvnoi.i Hirnes, teaelier. iii'.iiiYuif villi; eiiiiiin in iiiu iiwuvi, I ir. i, Wnrren Co., Va., 3i .&. tur lio.v till o- - ho'.v loiii 11. ey is taken off, not into ing the hegining corner of the David jecting to making any statements of Hos.ie Hanies, Clinrlntle linker, Fla- no vn. ii. j. I.I.MIU. uo.: I luil't my lliat- Irieo trio! n stun linr. Fifty oe'it.s, by all dru,'- - crluarB'r. iinuii ipuiiii i ur.i''i iiiivt ' Ii1l'.ii field, note.s which the parties eviileaee, but Mr. Stevens was not vins Baker. Adihy .!:et as in other central- r'.lt.nr.'l hiIt entlreU icnimtnl. L 't.c jour irn meddled with in his survey by me, No ."i; Linie Mdlei, teacher. hit.. 'lit Ida oisU. lillil lit iim'uII he b.llli'.l t lnu.aluit had ngrotd .hoiild he Used in making except to hear statements of eviifence, tin lamps. burii IhmIxi rn-v-i n iir4iM.viry kvii.i i Daniel, George Daniel, Hettie FeI'm n.yk Han Muii- - Miw,., Atlw f.tan.1. Alim i.i the survey oil' 2 poles, and this was hut air. lieuuett says tuat I quarreled lix. Tutting in a new wick is a1 .1liuilurl m.rk ulli.f tl.itiii.i- Slanil. nil.lu hunil. Hoir Klnii.1. I.a Iijp. Ii. ii... lUKlf:.rS"t Zi ...it Sudie Felix. James Felix, Inrl.r, Utinirr. Itniii', HI. Il..i.itlnl-- aiM llmkrr UnivJ PARADISE. nml tv just bo.ore s:aiting on the Coleman j with Alfred Ashby in tho survoyois Mary 11 It rh. . Hnl im.I, rutl.il matter indeed. Slovens, Ada Cannon, lliiirht feitmi.tni.M II luib.c uivi.t ij li...ii.i...r iod 11 1 lliiUnMli. trying lo bias the work ut Laura SiCI. dr. March, 21. Dr. .1. I). Ma ldov, of I'll"'. J. KKH Hl o, All this seems strange to line ami not liiciilently iilterwnnls as luturMuM,H 11 Wuihln.iuu tit , IkKiun, Slau. Now Hennett joii Kendall's Spavin Cura. No 4; Mollie Tuii-tiil- l, leaeher. Iockpurt,.iseaih' to see II. C. Fox " you say, ami I am of the opinion that the suiveyor. c "ho knows how trouble-'iadmit that'l had a light to speak, be- Adolphus Johiisoii, Nola Iieufiow, I Cf.LnniA. Ala.. I explained to Mr. Heuuett in my ist Tuesday. w!i is very .siok, but . other' good lamps are. Dn. B. J. Kl MUU. C.i. ing the lir-- t iiaiucd ot the arbitrators Eva and Mi rile Dines, Claience f IrtltH I tiii.i. . (T.i tllllr is thought to bo so no bettei at this ri'"f fin mer article what I said ;n regards and as i was iiecesary is in all the good lanip-oro- s. bum) P'tvili w III!lilu-- u '"II l.i'M ""' SktUv i., that Mr. Ainiemlt. libccrriillt trl'i lul... Coleman's evidence being illegal, or Stevens should know the evidence in i.ii putfLii. Xii. J)L; U. 1!. Wedding, teacher. date. Send for a primer. Ilirry M'ioio, tho p i, tilar juuier 'r . W.imi" Minion. in Ins last article wotthloss onlor to make a competent suivey, Sara E. Minion. as ho PlTTSUURGH IiKASS Co P. and when 1 made a statement of ev- Frank G.ay, Weaver Jii'hiiorr, Moses p irtoor of tho firm of I Moo p I'rlcefl in a way that should have been "at- ICf(.ri. i,crtt . I'i r t.t J idence Alfied Ashby put in his say, Sohroader.'.Miiiy H. Wri.dit, Ciinaii iWl tli.-has eono to Loitu.'iHo to puich.i-itur.nyadi!rcsiun rtCilptof .!..o rnprlo .factory to a.iy rea. amble man, ami was it not Alfred Ashhv quarreling Grail', Milliuda' r.AnrRx ; Gray, Itosa Giay, tori. Nccdinc a '.Onlj c; I'lilltlren that m nirt building ytoek of flry ir nd '. since you pei.i.t in your statement with ma and trying to influence the ICfiio CJrall', Nelly Gray ..it. Iimi'il dr. n. j. KCft'L Gray a IIOWk'h Illfl.V tno rilTTKRl. En?st"j.-g- !i .1. 15. WiUon, of Hirtford, was in Mr. Hennett, I shall have ehaiacter- - surveyor instead of me (jiianeling Cora Gray, John S Wiight. Maude M i.i'c. ruit. .Malutli, Iudlgei It la n..:b, ' rmsnt. V I JT'3 Hon, una Ulllothui-- s .'lli'iakrjl.ci'plt. ''V'1:, Acton, Gii.ta Yoik, Efiio York, An- fiwn Sunday. as ieil ' O. Iv. Coleman and Alfied Ashby nie York, Lirliin Kissinger, , i Dr. II. I.. Killer an sistorof Con- lalscaml now if Cole... .us evidence b()t!, u.fti(U,(1 ,nt G "' llic li.ud Moanrvli, 111 1. Ci)km.xu There are no doubt ninny other boys was illegal it devolve on you to show i,js !:1U. : isft-- i but Mr. Aided AhIi. tdrtii.ru, woi- -j tin quests of Mr. t),1NK .V ENS30R3 NATIONAL and yirls w ho attended school regii -Tim Doctor sjioot S i.idav. why, and will further say that on by has since toh1 me that the Coleman larly whoso names we.e not sent in. Fo with me ' hue was not the one that he run in twooco.i.ions yoiididii-'ieHcsprcl fully, Sun lav niiriit witli !iif cousin II. C. I hoar it rennrtcd. h- - llic ' Jo. H. iiOii;i:, Sunt. that Coloin in. oxideiieo was to the lMi'J. liiundd id' A. Auhhy, that 1 have' piint as icn':inls thai corner. O.vino; to tho snow s or u, wo ln.il gone hack on the miiinl of tho arhi-with Wll.l. VOU SCI-TKhe udinii.s that tratois. Uu.. einpliatically deny ami Mr. Hennett ta no anils l.nt Tues lay. Security 2roi Deposits and l.ivur comphiii.l? Shiloh's 1 would ho f.d;ul that they would wait K I lirow u, who bus l.eo i nuffuriui? not knowing of the mistake of a chain to euro r.i. I ii"iinioa new position, then it Vitnluor is o'lLirantee until J in Mr. Howe's measurement of the frmn rhoiiaial's ii, s t! oui'ht to ue i IN V!JRNATIONAL 'would not he necee-ar- y lor them to Sold liv 'A. Wnynu Griffia it i.o. line, and not knowing of the er- deal in mi. representation, a cnu-- o ' liai' .. illlproviiiir,. UtSiilhULL IMPBOVCHtltT ' ACI'OIIM S f MANYEXCUISIVCLY ror of tho variation hcing put on the that has to he upheld hy inUreprcseu-Iii fju.l. THAT HACKINC! COH-il- l en 1). IJ. Iioll w.n in town 30 iter lay f 'u-- r. It lm no quioklv cu-lvSliiIiiliv V I I'TrTc'TvTrlP'S''l LLr . " u't'oii mile of tho line, it did aeein as, tatiou is not woithy of support. a 11 i ' t 11 al w.ivs 'la I lo ?oa tho j,'eui il Wo are l hy '.. W. tfiui.-if the work win dono right, as. wo hv appears, Mr. Hennett that you and W iriupintno it. T!io roa la ro in sue'.i a i ., A. Athuy are try in g to sliullle the Griffin S: lrn. , . ...,..; r in iking those mistake hoth of which it nml Hv lit fn in Cotcr lo Cover. responsibility of this continued trouh-nil ornrioiliir iu.r mii n 11 iiiiihim ' Vim lUUYAinCAiTOFTHETIMES. " SEE :.... ii you now admit came almost in three n.... ti... ,.i.....,a C1 ii uu iiiu i.iiiiiuii luiiiiiiiuvi;, i... Pi- l- u,no Brooders Association. frit'iids aro eouraoous unoiiij to try A GRAtJO INVESTMENT I'oot.iVA'. Now Mr. IJeiiiiett I have inj,' the cominittco is having itdouc. , 1. tui) 1'iiin.ly mm &;-t!i'iin, coiise, pioutly t ado is rather on I. H. I'asijr IVos't of tho Now it is hard for me to believe' that ' TlioAillliinlli) Vi'htii'UnbrlilKed never admitted that there was a misA n iiifiii ti n rn n ir j Dlcliiiiiury, ciniil I.lncr liauriii( lHIIJ, committou i lespou.ihlo Jiir a nliovn Assoeintiou nt Cleveland dull. 10, mill 'hi, (nlUtlll toiiyrlKhleil) linn take ol a chain in Uiws measureI wish to add my Mt'ssrs. Kditots. cnntiuiuinc!! nt this cirrrc'inonr.lpnce, K..,;ia. lii'iii ' A LIVE AOENT VArtTCOlM F.VERYT0WN f In. i ii;ii'nlluii df Nuiili l'lirlrr, 'I ham known Qulnii.t ormist approval f tho stand you have mull rlliiiiinii;lily rihrif iiiMliiilarKuil, LAWSON RENO, Cn&Mor ment ifs yon know we measured from or i iijiiuvu iin-were uesivueii to 11.11., 1.1.. llniif Vulo riilurltr, ami u f it's curt-- s it ilUtlnnnli-litt'i- ; the rock the exact number of poles, hu an iiistrumeiit in the hands id God Oiiitiiiiiut for years otno lllle. Iicuri tliu iimue 'j'5'jr.jY JWXffOMM '. t.ikui in ro'iH t" "HI il 'li,ors"j WEBSTER'S nomine' in three feet of Coleman's to allay stiile and contention. Now have boon little short of ininieuloiis. International Dictionary. in your of- and bid you G measure- iioiu nio slieU to your n DiUKe linn ir mi Tlm null; cf rotHlmi ucciitleu over yji iMr. UellllCtt of Forull enhirtrements that arr just lun rtr, iiinro llinn ti luinilrcit iillto-- 1 ini.u.r.u in rock the exact number ut poles com- - dying i,', do justice to all parties, and furls to biuisli ibis torri' luniil. 1'illilinrcri lulniicuiiilojed.Biidiivcr . coirinir oi, or iif recent oiiijin it is Triilial I'lll'I'lN mill I'linlii'll'iiu Slinn.faui expended beforo tho Unit inj: in three feet ot Coleman's, sink Tho Ititjiiihlic.i nmoi you have diyettcd this coiiimu- :,'i'ows '1 diur 0 10I1 I'Ojiy vnipHnlril. Owbnsboro, Ky. nmlrif wu rue.isuie from the black oak tiicatiuu if you know any thing more infallilile." ' C3LU DYALLDOOKSCLLEnS. en-- 1 is.ite, inav sho n eel wiib tint l',u...:j.--t m.t fico by tlm iuUIIilT8. u hum-All Oi'deri b'tmii 'dif I'f.nfih'i ' i n'" rue agioeiiioriioi lllpl MO ii'iii ami to HIV just toe tliu o iiii'.ig'Oiiiuit a nl siippotl that sho so Citiitlnii h liccilcl la imrcliasliiR a it is our duty In put in the two judos ill lake another bout. leaded to. ''"il'i i wlnt ymi nivd Shiloh's n.liitniriitiliiercprlnt8rf tin " M. H. iiierii;. to reach u comer so well established' y ' ji jjuvdi-rihd i'nlri:u.Ulvi'ly uorllileo iilltlon of for Constipation. Loss of Apui'lite, rioh'v IViUii'i-mbvini; mil kc ted under Tarlous as this,. especially as it is the beginning . '. nanus nnd often Ly mUreprrje ntatlon. t,. o,d I'ii'iiiii'BiopiiMi nml liiilurged l)iinois. nnd nil ymntoins of llvs. Istuvtltolv 1'ertiUHH corner. Alfred Asliliy now admits it AndtUois trouUid ullli in.'rvmi'iie. rcmltlnsr GET THE BEST, Vice. 10 an I 7o ot. per but Dr. Kuunor's Capit'd Ulttfrs olo- - ppopsii ASI'KCIAL'IV. Tl.i- In(ernallonl, ulilcli bean imprint of SSLSCT. liumcaroor un.Tnnrklll Lo icliovid L) luitlng as tlie corner. When Mr WiUon in O. Si C. MICHItlAH & CO., rublUherf, vino; tie tit .. Wnynu Griffin & Hro. llrown'fi Iron Jlltterti. cicnuine March 2.). - O.ir his survey imiilo the corner oni v.tos all tlm x it il functions report a Rtiiliofin Main, l.ttiinii Lewis A, ir, (j. A. Siirliigllcld. Jliui., bu Iritdo uiorV ted cru&ci'. red I lues O'J rarrcr chain N. of thu black oak, Mr. A. iipiiolitu a. i I flren 'tli. A lull diio Dlivii'ri Htl'i'i'tri, pio'l liiisitif sh. 'I'h to !i ii just n'f st.'d niifl pioiliieiH ch'tji n j HHir.Ori'S Cnrcill ami Cin... .1 .. hi tain iiuoaitsi oo w "oi - d.iok .. Asiinv r..i !.... ill i n drown's'Tros JllTHUC H7i.iK .. .... ' .. urn ii vrv .. t i . i i . i n mi , nWh;,'jtoiW, KY ninni-nmi a aim nv i: n. i. wu wmtli Ii, tliilii vinti.iliy SVlilillllli;; ? Hiinipiinii i ,, , Cures Indlitcilluti, IIIIIoiiiuimi, i.urcpii.i Mali. Happy and content Is a bonia with ' '1 he jd.u'ii '.liy in'V. ti. Ii ,) Utuinf tho U light. valitN, ami to ward of ilito.it,o. i'2 4t iruar.intHiv It e'lrix rniifiiiiiptinn rta,Nenou:iiii, mxl iScuiml, fubiliiy. in liN pint that our win l ; a I.T.p vl'.li tliu lilit o( Ihe morning, Auvur THIS rccuinmciid It. .Mlil.aV n m It. (iuiulno MthtNt Chiireh an I ltv. Iliin'h and CalaloKUik.vuitv Kochcslcr I.amiCo.,NcwVoik. h'nr saliiliy I.. M. Hoau. Sold hv 'A. Wayun Uriffin iS: Mro, jiciur. mil tliiii? vou i'.i ii priive lo thu ciiii- luntru'lBin:irl:aLilcro(.du.ilII::i'i,aM npicr. t9VAVKaA.SOM v). u,.UK;t.il In"ihij iThat Survey Again. Haitl'tid IK'rald of - j do not admit mivtliiiiir or tiro" kind. says let in follow Again Mr. Ik-nno- tin1 Itowu-Itoudc- r to top, do 1 iiiic.4 tvii will Imvu to kiu'o on. and if ntoiv than uu nivd can call in to take tin mmiio of our ucightim- jroiu John Cliimiimiii v.jot - nt. Rest. Wrlt:iti:.H, It hath plrascd God in to call Hi iiiplerimis Providi-ucfrom lulwr to his tiutil reward, oiir and CliiiMiiin ludovcd biotlicr, Alexander Harnett Hand, who departed this life, .Sunday morning, March 'JO, IS'.L', and Wm'.iu:.s' ree()gni.e in the life of our brother, all that was pure and ennobling, and in his death a void that cannot be easily lilied, therefore I it it'... iii A.-h- M I ... i"--- ,,:. . .... , .... i mi-ta- I 1 Sandofiir, iif I'm Christimi faiib, aro hero at preyo.it, ccindiietinr a erioa of inuutin'. Willi'im Stewart aid wife, of Mr I'ie.isuit. are isiriur in town to day. Thewli .ol at t'lis phieu under ihe iiiauageiueiit o l'nf. De'u Loo lliruiH i.i piogrn.Hiiij; n'iu!v. ' Miss No'.lie T.lford, of CaueyvilloVl who has been attondiug school hero pud her p.u'eiitsa unit on ihe ISlh. l'ino li.nbry of l),'lervdl.i inited his daughter, Mrs. Tin jy Shields, SatUnv. G. T. Doylo was in urday. town thu Itlih. Misi Hulah Hope, who lias liuftn visiting at Cnmiwull for soiii-- ) time, returned homo on the Hltb. U. V. ..ckr ami who, It is,tcd frion Croinwell, in llii. place the ltilli mid l.'o. (i. T. Diyle, of Hiiiitswlle, preached at Fairviuw on tho night of lllili. lte. .lohuiii') Likens, tho paitorof tho Now Xiou cliiinih, failed to'fill L.Mtli his appointment on c.i i ) uu Laura. I 1 1 Making gladrwaisfpesV1-- , (V.L -- tf-- 'A.'. a Ji txCWfiW? J WPl raniv Pairqanics oiy Clairette LvxrvMy Soar Moucljolti , T s I I ...... ,,.,. iiliI his, I ,,,. ,,.,,, ic-u- lt C. h 2 c.Cain, J i in-c- y pi'"";!r.jVr'?;l I I jr Mexican Mustang Liniment , . 1 1 I '"'' s. 1 i 0 ''' Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. - V.vi-,.jiT- u h's rii ! lit IJuir.r.'iJ'rrinl c;:nt;:al or ilolrl well-know- Ro-oluti- ou s eom-meiic- fii-t- -i il 1 A-h- - m t -i t.xti AT nw r evi u-- It -- E si al y. I root-wade- d Bh;:1oTTc rll-l- AgCCria t J..JLillJ wami '.:'. is ;:;i.;;.?5i)."-rAyu.vrf!;B.co.f.i.oii- I 11 It-i- ,t I .,.,., ' .; M I .tjno 1 e t a '.,..,.,,. - mi-ishe- d. jc-jf'A- Ik 1 A-h- - .S (TrtJiai?, light I '; rT&mm .'J'' umu-AiN- iiii 1 I I l t JJi 1 ni-i- t . "ht I 11 I, pie-enc- 1 . 't t I bu-f- 3 ljii. 11 tii :., pU'M.-i.- vourro-aHiriiiiili- oii Ys l'J r!tr:!?llll HiiirTi,B?na 1 t .';;EB8ERj 1 1 da w U.S. DEPOSITORY Ozenslioro, Ky. wMmMmj . 1 1 dictionary 27! - S-l- o. 1 I 1 r-lids tSitrhi..,i..s crust alt. Ilnni lr posits. crs i- OURMftGENT 1 1 I licits your linwfnrv mmvm&Mmmzi v ,' eo 1 - . OA Olayk, oixr a Vit-tlin- r nlwo-l"l- Hjk k . - . I ....... rr n-. ...ii cr Hf s I PAPEBSSw