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I rices reasonable. - I Haw if SUBSCRIBE roil Tin: 8ARNEN & mm, FitMin, N OFFICIAL QR6AN OF WE PARTY IN IBS FOBR.H C0K6KE8SICKAL SISTF.ICT. TERMS J1.25 fir Anna, In Aiusct. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. I HAKTFORD, KYFRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892. a-- p NO. 36. a PROFESSIONAL CARD. State Directory ot e rnor I.ieute nam loeernor Secretary of Stal Alton..; O.neral audlter Jl H WHAT I WANT. I inn looking for something beautiful; Something iu unturc to clicer My heart when it in sad and lonely, And dreariness is everywhere. ' M V. Itroa n U. Alfurd llsadiey . -- W.J. HenJriek I' C Norman Henry lisle II. U. Homigu A.J. limn E. 1'. Tliuini.li A. Addams 1! TiMiurtr Register of IjxikI onic. Ailjutanl (len.rat iupt. I'oblle Instruction elerk fuMis Trlnlrr I want sunbeams instead of shadows To linii"; cvor o'er my wny; I want bright llow'rs to bini and blo- nfOlll Pulk Juhnsm 1 'Mi(!t dull Novrmbcr gray. want glad, beautiful realities, In.ttend ot vanished dreams, To bubble in the dancing eddiea Of life's meandering streams. I want bright laces nlwuys COTTXTSTT 3XZl33CSOSl"2T. Jadge C.mmenweallh's Alloraey Commissioner Clerk ,t .discovered by peoplo who aro post-i- n ccrics, and T. II, Anil sells drugs. o by upon tho barn doors of , Iowa 'Wo have' n well kept Fret) A. S. Anil, wbo.is'aleo a ami Nebraska (this refers to' tho ugent for, tho oh) Pbmnix Co., Notary Trade opcech recently made by Dryan, of Nebraska, Public, Road & Bridge Coinmi'sion-- cr mid it is rumnrod Would like to bo liud which liasbeen posted throughout pircuit clerk, nud iWe must say iu alj Mr. Dollivor's District. )Two ycarsago tiie Republican party under a tempest candor would make a good one. Also blnck'Suiith-shop, of I'aleo pretenses went down, carry- we have' n physiby G. j. Johnsoon ing, the McKinley bill on its back.. This year tho McKinley act carries cian iu tho person of Dr. H.F. Bean. jit Post-ofllc- o first-cla- first-clas- s nl C'lrcnlt Court Notrinbt-r. cenftiire the 4 111 .Monday In Msy I.I'I.illie Jo co-o-zi- Now ! Ilardwk-J t' llirrell COVXTXTT Attorney CUtk Sharlfl Ji4ga Jitter I'uurlcoutene. lh In J 1' Morton K I. Velli Hnwen llultmok .. Clnjlor ' loninOD -- I Munda) in men muolli near me, And kind, loving hands to lake The wearineen out of the burden?, Thai lifo's griiiiiiiect duties mnkc. ftcndlast hearts To heat in eonecrt with mine, Tlio' I sland 'neath the shadows , Or drink deep of pleasure's wine. I want to find gome true, I ccvxvs. Court contents thfl 3rd Monday April, July and October. Court January. tin- In January, Court of Claim. lt Monday In October auJ held In March, Jitiif, September tuJ Il.tfllibtT, as per dates iipMi.lti.-llitlillie- . I J V Turner, ft, 4,1, I. : .McKlllJlc),, t, J, 4. rUltsa. Juillc'icuiirt CO" TITO. (II Wlajlormuntalile. h. r. i.ni, in, u., 18. , rhauitwts, .1, want the friends I love to lovu me, Thore who arc noble and kind, Who have found the beautiful treasure 1 am recking yet to find, I r.mmii. ..!-- Keuwn, H, l(, It. 14. T. II. Wll.ull.rf.lialablr. Eddie Miller, I, I, I, t. i. ( J w ruovuuuiii. Hemic it. 7. , t, i, t. , T, want always to remember The dearest hope that has (led That is pointing now with its uiem'r)' To the brightness overhead. I )WM Jlit-r- countable, I J. II, II, H I. Pulkrisuii, II. U I, Wwdtd, II, II, II, II. (ieu W ltuc countable. tulry, II, III, K,v. , II Miller contbli-lo, KTIItiidrr, 7. . S, U'l)lor , t, , . . leading me upward and onward. Thro' the dark mists of dispair, To that plaiic ot the good and beautiful, Where the hidden treasures aro. Mmjijie William, L ivtrmore,Ky, That is 1'ollrr Co lir In. WASHINGTON WORKINGS. lliitta lit. niirhl. tiftMtll. FmiKU.i. 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The diplomatic victory won by him from 1. unl Sabrbury war- - a vindication ot the rigorous foreign policy, which has been such a marked feature of his ailiiiinirtratiou, that the whole world now unilerntauds that the ' United .States is no longer a good country to try to impose upon. So much for foreign atlairs. in tho Democratic The crioua party in the Hoiii-- on the Free Coinage Hill was the domestic cvci't of the week most pleasing to the President and all other good Republican. It is an excellent beginning of tho 1'rrs. idential campaign for the Republican lor Representative Wand to accuse Sneaker Crisp of having prevented a final and decisive vote uu the Krec Coinage Hill, by deceiving its supporters into agreeing to an adjournment by promising that a should be reported enabling them to gel u vote without filibustering, ami for Speaker Crisp to retort by calling Mr. Hlaud toiuetliing which gentlemen usually resent with a blow. It augurs hi well for Democratic harmony. There has been another chaagc in the Democratic programme in the IIouh', and it is now announced that the free wool bill is to be parsed next Monday, under a suspension of tho rules. The vote of the Senate on the ratification of the arbitration treaty was remarkable for two things, tho unusual largo number of Senators voting, soventy-two- , and the fact that all of them voted one way, for tho ratifien tion of tho treaty. There was no poll, tics in the iiuest'inn, and to the credit of the Democratic Senator.) be it said, there was no attempt to inject any into it. Quite a crowd went from here, including Secretary Tracy mid other prominent naval ollieialsandCongrc-men- , to sco the launching ot the etuis or Uiliegh, which took placa at tho Norfolk Navy Yard yesterday. Assistant Secretary Netlleton has filed formal charges with Secictary Foster, against Immigration Commissioner Owen, accusing him ot being unfit, incompetent and untrust-wor-thiu tho performance of his duties; malicious slanders of circulating against his superiors in oflice, nnd of baring slipshod and reckless ideas of conducting public business. Commissioner Owen disputes every item of tho charges. Representative Dolliver, of Iowa, who is oiio of the youngest men in tho House, made, this week, one ot tho best tariff spcaches that has been inado during tho present session. It has at ono bouud placed him iu the front rank of tho good takers in ConHe referred as follows to tho gress. Homocpathio policy ot tho Democrats: "The tact that this House, utmost unnoiiuouely Democratic, sent hcio, it is claimed, as a protest against tho McKinley net, with iU prominent candidato for Presidency usking(for ite repeal, has not dared to touch It, except in act of child's play.is evidence that tho argument of Free Trade U a secretly demagogic proclamation l'rer-ideu- t e uew-ruly the Republican party, nnd the gentleman who gave tho measure its name from his Governor's chair looks down upon the country mado happy and pioperous under its provision," Tho wish is father to the thought when the Democrats express a deeiro for an early adjournment of Congress. The longer the session lasts the more mistakes the Democrats will make, ami that is why the sensible men among tlirm are nnxious for nn ad journment as soon as possible. There i" not the slightest ptobability of an adjournment earlier than July, and it will mot likely bo August before the Democratic members of tho House can ocupe tho dangers which daily confront them, and by that time their party's chance of carrying the Presi ilcutial election will be reduced to 0. A bill has beeu reported to the Senate from the committee on For eign Relations, which is the direct outcome of the killing of the Italians by the New Orleans mob. It provides tor the punishment of those who violate the treaty rights of aliens. Notice has been given by Senator Stewart, of Nevada, that he will, ou Monday next, call up his bill for the nee coinage of silver, which was sometime ago reported adveisely by tho Finance Committee, and placed He says he does on the calendar. not expect the bill to pass, but he wiihes to put 'the Senators ou record. Tiie'Pareoriago for the Rofinc circuit is situated here nnd Rev. R. D. Bennett, who is on tho circuit this year, is no small addition to our list of moral and religious citizens, a select school is to open at this place ou tho first Monday in April (wo believe) by Miss Emma Tabor. Sho taught hero hut spring and it speaks for her to bo called to the same charge this spring. The crying need 'jf'iiur town U for a hotel, .our former hotel keeper, Da vid Morton, is in business in Louisville, wo understand. A hotel at this placo in connection with the pure water of various kinds that gurgle from the could but do well. The sulphur water of these springs is too well known to call any notice from me nt this time. I expect that more copies of the Kiu'Uiilcak aro taken from this than nuy oflice iu the. United States, which fully attests the judge, nient and good taste of our citizens, and you can count ou us for 50 Republican majority for the who'e tick et and 123 tor Mark Renfrow, for Sheriff, it ho consents to make the race, we hope he may consent. Pito Uono Pum.ico. hill-side- s post-oflice have learned nothing iu the last system, change ot grammars u five or six years sorely needed, and I know of no gramThere has been a revolution iu the mar that could be adopted in lieu of production of silver, great mechani- Harvey's that would be so perfect in its methods nnd subject matter as cal difliculties have bcon overcome, and new mines have been opened, Rigdon's. If a change should bo with the result that there has becu a made we hope this book will be sesteady decline iu the price of tho met- lected. Perhaps the greatest want felt is iu al, notwithstanding the heavy purchase by tho American Government, our readers. There is less accomFacts such ns these make no im- plished in teaching rending in our pression upon the Silver leaders. Mr. schools than in any other lyaiich. Blnud's Silver bill was drawu to meet The readers arc deficient iu almost a situation that exieted twenty five every respect, being made up ot deyears ago. Instead of establishing a tached fragment that furnish nothing natural ratio, one npproaehiug that to hold the child's interest, nothing to existing iii tho markets ot the world, appeal to his imagination, nothing to one puney artificial was chosen, with broaden his views and develop his Inattention, careless, the promise that if France would personality. unite with us even this w.mld bo al- intellectual vacancy are the logical Learning to read is not results. tered. Such a measuro could not com- learning to vocalize alone, it should mand the united support of the Dem be un exercise in literature, an atocratic party, but it was believed that tempt to fathom the thought of the it would have suflicieut strength, un- soul that created it. When wo conder the direction of the Speaker and sider the school books iu use to day, of the Mr. Bland, to go through the House and realize that three-fourtschool children will never get ot Representatives with a good maany other literature, we can sec the jority. need of n ohango here. us Instead, it was saved from The remedy for this rampant evil is defeat only by the vote of the Speaker, to the surprise nliko of its a simple one, yet an impossible one Whole pieces of liternturo friends mid opponents. The vote now. was a demonstration of the marked should bo substituted for these readchange iu public opinion, to which ing machines. The mouthing of lines up to that time Mr. Blaud seemB to should be made a secondary object. If the child's interest is onco aroused have been serenely indifferent. While It appears that even this vote did all else will come of itself. y igno-mino- J. Edwin. :Ro"wq ATTORNEY HARTFORD, - Ss AT LAW, KENTUCKY. j, I. B. WKDDUa. Glonn (Ilftli-- JAft, i, au ., 7"ed.cai3ae:t KY. lliwir.) rirMij HARTFORD, , Will pnu tlco Ohio mid ailjoUiticountlp, nnd court of App.ili Hptrial attention infill to vriuiinal practic. aad. oir Andornoira their James .A.. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. m.itli. Will practice h'a provision In Ohio and nnd the court of Apptali, hpMia att.ntloa xlrin to collection. Office north side public squats. vl llf K. V. OtIFKV. G-a.ffy z Ringro, B. D. nth'GO. Attorneys at Law. Will practice Inull roint. of Ohio .indadjoiaiaf eountlie, and In Hupi'rior Court and Court of Collections and all legal business attrnd4 to. Office, No. 9, or.r Anderson's Kataar, Hartford, lij. tJ 7ly Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, IS. :r. "Weeldlnsr, TIIE REV. GEO. II. THAYER, of Bourbon, Iud., says: "Both mysolf and wifoowo our lives to SIIILOII'S CONSUMPTION iHJRE." Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. OWENSBORO NOTES. March 28, 1892. The remains of Mr. John O'Flaherty, who died nt his residence on Lewis street last evening, was sent out on the O. & N. this morning to be interred nt Hartford, His death, though his former home. not unexpected, will be regretted by many friends hero and elsewhere. Those who take such nn interest in the "Heathen Chinee"nnd the natives of the "Dark continent," Ac, were forcibly reminded of the old adago "Charity begins at home" by the "Mountain Mission" lecturo of Rev. Jones at the first Baptist Church Sunday night. Many do not know that according to the statement of this Missionary in our enlightened "Ke:i-tuck- " arc meu and women ot middle aer who have never heard u sermon, nnd hoya ami girls who will walk one huudred miles, ami then labor for food and clothes in nrder to take' one term at Williamsburg school. The speaker's story of ignorance and want wtu heightened by amusing incidents of mountain life, and in illustrating their condition he related the patriotic story of the little' dog travliug all alone on a railway train. A passenger asked tho put lor:" Where's that dog The porter answered: "I going?" duiiiio, ho dunno; nobody duuuo he's chewed up his tag." The wedding bells of Ohio county seems to bo merrily ringing all the time. The wedding party of Thomas-Renfropassed through this city on their way to Evansvillo Wednesday. Fast upon this comes the rumor that one of Fordsvillo'smost p.ipular young merchants, and one of her fairest young ladies will shortly wed, and if madam rumor is to bo accredited this is only a forerunner of several other like events among tho elite of Fordsville. The various ehurcho iu the city are preparing to celebrate that beautiful anniversary Easter with their M. A, usual success. BEAVER DAM. March !)0. These nice spring days, the farmers are pushing their work ns fact as the weather will permit. Shelby Taylor nnd wife returned from Louisvilc a few days ago, where they had been for several days pur- uiMiig sptiug goods for Taylor &Co. Little Lucy Gammons fell ami broke her arm just below the elbow a lew days ngo, she is doing as well a could be expected. d C. W. Slovens, who has been to bis room for two weeks, is able to be up again. MUs Ophelia Stevens commenced a spring school at Uuion yasterday. We wish her a successful school, us this is her first. Miss Virgio Hocker visited relatives iu South Carrollton thn tisrt of the neck. (i. H. Likens, candidate for Circuit Clerk, was shaking bauds with his many hieudsni this neighborhood Saturday. A. V. Thomson and family, of Louisville, ate visiting relatives and fi ionds here. Charles Hamilton went to Owcnsbo-rcou-tineo not fully record the change that has taken place iu Congress. Wheu Mr. Bland conferred with the Speaker demanding the adoption of the rules, which the Democrats had so fiercely denounced in the, lost Congress, he found the Speaker unwilling to resort to such arbitrary measures iu the face of so open a revolt iu the Democratic party. . Mr. Crisp is undoubtedly right in his refusal to accede to tho demaud of Mr. Bland to cut off debate and force the Silver bill to nn issue. If that measure havo a majority in the House that ran be relied upon, Mr. Bland and Mr, Crisp will havo no great dilliculty in bringing the matter to a vote under regulnr parltmcn-tarproceeding. It' it lack that majority, there is no reason for resorting to Mr. .Rccd's tactics in order to dem oustratc the fact conclusively to the y the information readers are a great Public improvement on our present book, yet :m:. my ideal change would bo to place ATTORNEY unabridged masterpieces in the hands of the child from the time he is ready for n text-boo- k. (Odlce in Crowder Building.) Win prACtld liia profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Alio Notary TlnUfjr Roaine, ZS.sr. Ij. Heavrin, AT LAW, Attorney at Law, u into i uo not hope lor such n radical change now, in time I believe it will be made, in thu meantime some improvements should he had. With a chaugo of nnd better houses, more aids and better teachers, our schools will receive such an impetus as will place old Kentucky in the van of her sister States iu progress of civilization ami Christianity. Sup't Thompson seems to be doing all in his power for tlfe betterment of our schools, nud from the hearty cooperation ho will receive from many of the County Superintendents doubtless a great work will bo done. text-book- s Wi practice his profeoion in Bit the Courts f Ohio and adjoining counties, and lu the Court of Appeals. Special attention glten tocollcctlsn. Office, oier Williams, IJclU Co's drugstore. Hartford. Ky. si- - & wum ii DENT ST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dontal work at reasonable prices. Gl'.A.tA. country", v Iu the mean time, tariff reform has beeu allowed to slumberJNo inspiration has come to tliepeople from Congress tit Washington. " There is no concert of action, uo unity of feeling, no enthusiasm anywhere. The issue that was rejected by the leaders last December may now lie pushed to tho frmU and it may again inspire the Democratic, hosts. Bui mouths of valuable time have, been lost. KINDERHOOK. Mnrch 27. V. G. Baruett nod A. J. SLATON, M. D., Wayne Stevens left for Evausville & last week with several rafis. Formerly of Millwood, now located at l.titeb-HelMiss Myrtle Tiusley, a charming offers his professional serrices to lb paople young lady from Washington neighbor-hood- , (jmj.on and adjoining couaties. Office t r.s. , Mlj epeut Sunday in Kinderhook not dini-e- (the Dr. Hadea property.) long since, the guest of Miss Sudio SECRET ORDERS. Anderson. . Miss Gertrude Mills has returned homo after a few days visit to friends Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. 35, Department el Kentucky, meetaut l!arlford,K.,lecond Saturday and rolatives iu Hartford. iu each month at I r. u. C. M. BisstTT, Ciptiie. J. Allen Anderson nnd wife spent Jia. I.. Rows, Sergeant. Saturday night and Sunday in Kinderhook, tho guest ot R.-- A. AnderCr. .A.. JR. son and family. J.WiiiGo.mll Post, No. t, Department el S. E. Bennett nnd A. M. Barnett, Kentucky, meets erery third Saturday at 1 o'eloek r. m,, in .eitchOeld, Ky. went as far as Livermore with BarI'.B. IlavNii.CoB. S.A.JfcSmar.Ait). nett and Stevens last week. Mrs. Bettie Maple is still coufincd I'aiSTOx Moto rest No. 4, Pepartmentof K.l. to her room with rheumatism. lucky, meets erery Saturday before the aeeoad Mrs. V. D. D. Stevens, who has Sunday at 10 o'clock a, u. in the at J. C. CiaasaaLiii, P, C. beeu conGned to her room so long,is, Hartford, Ky. J. M. Hisutir, Adj. wo uroglud to state.improving. We have heard that there is some talk of organizing Sunday School at Alexander. Come forth, christian peoplo, and let us have a good Sunday School. Gkasjiioi'I'i:!!. Physician Surgeon, Sons cf "Veterans. Dis-sciis- ions C. have spread everywhere. The uufortiunte assault made by Mr. Bland upon tho Speaker is only one of several indications of widespread dissatisfaction throughout the Democratic organization. Court-Ifoua- Thupeoploat tho World's Dispon-Mi- ry SULPHUR SPRINGS. R. E. Lee, who has beeu ill for 'i' some time, is up again. B. C. Daniel has recently moved to n vacant house on J. B. Mitchell's farm. Miss Ida Duff has a new organ and is taking lessons from Miss Reu Ac ton. . R. A. Harrison has sold his farm to James Lauham, and purchased J. B. of liefi'alii, N. Y., have a stocktaking time. ono. a year and what do you think thoy do? Count the number of bottles tlmt'vo been returned by the men mid woinun who say that Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery or Dr. Piorco'a Fnvorito Proscription didn't do what thoy said it would do. And'how many do you think thoy h.ivo to count? One iu ton? Not ono in five hundred tho Hero aro two romedies-on- o 'Goldyii Discovery," for 'ovulating and iuvijroratintj tho liver and purifying thp blood; tho hope of weakly womanhood; thoy'vo boon sold for gears', sold by tho million bottles; r.old under a p.xitivo i? larautue, and not one in five hundred can say: "It was not the medicine for mo." And is thoro any reason why you should bo tho ono? And supposing you aro, what do you loso? Absolutely nothing! 1 court-hous- e HSKS Tho Situation at Washington. ICouiicr-Joiirual. SULPHUR SPRINGS. April 1. A fow days ago Mrs. Jo. T. Daniel was preparing to do her family washing, and sho had just empted a teakettle of boiling water into a tub which was sitting on a stool, when her little 3 year old boy camo toddling along, giving a pull at the tub which was upset, tho boiling water drenching the child completely, making a terrible scald, caustug its death iu aboutjwelve hours. Mothers cannot bo too careful with firo and The grief stricken boiling fluids. parents have the sympathy of tho community. Ou March tho 29th, the residence of Hob Cazy, of tho Sulphur Springs, was destroyed by firo, with almost all iU couteuU. Tho people are responding very liberally to his aid. I promised lit my last to tell your readers of tho Sulphur Sprines, I will begin' by saying wo hnve font; entative-'. itores, 'iabor tiros, and LeacU, Unfortunately tho trtntlemeii in Cole sell dry goods and family W. 1. CooU A Son sell gro. charge of tho Committee ou Coinage1 gro-ceii- es. The political situation at Washington has grown more nnd inoro confused since the opening of Congress. Hail the opponents of tho Democratic party been permitted to outlino its policy they could not have devised a course of proceedings better calculated to sow seeds of dissension, destroy party discipline, and demoralize tho organization. ' When Congress assembled it was tho general belief that Mr. Mills wouldlio choien Speaker, that tho veterati tariff reformers would bo put in charge of tho Ways and Moans Committee, nnd that tho work to which the party was so thoroughly pledged would bo pushed forward with tho utmost vigor and determination. This policy did not meet tho view of a number of distinguished gentlemen, and the result was that Mr. not chosen Mills Speaker was nnd the Ways nnd Means Com- -' mitteo was thoroughly reorganized nnd disorganized, tariff reform was sent to the .rear, ami Mr. Bland's com-.- , mittce was given practical conttol of i proceedings in tho House of Repres- Canon's farm, near New Baymus. "WHITESVILLE. L. II. Leach and W. S, Colo havo Mar. 2G. Miss Annie Litsey spent purchased John Foreman's stock of tho past week iu Owcnsboro. goods and will bring on a new stock D, T. Hays returned homo from soon. Clinton Iud., Monday, J. B. Canon is buildiug hero. W. L. Litsey and F. P. Stum visSulphur Springs Won a boom. ited our town Sunday. Ai.vin Johnson. The Brooks Bros, havojust received n of very nice furniture. WHY WILL YOU cough when Now is your timo to buy. immediate-rolif-. Shiloh's Cure will jivo Ellis Ragsdalo and family will Price 10 cts 50cts., and 1. move to Owensboro uext week. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin Si Bro. Dr. J, S. Coleman and wife were tho guests of G. W. Mullen' SaturMaple Shade Stook Farm. Mr. E. V. Faulconor of Dauvillo day" and Sunday. remark's, "I used your trial box of Clarence Smith and Flora Stum, and took 'off a Fordsville, will bo married soon. Qiiinn's Ointment P. H. Hairy has been to Louisville Curb. Hiiro sincousod two, bottles. 1 1 is very satisfactory." Testimonials for his spring stock. Success, to the Ri:i'UIilk:an. of this character is surely convincing car-loa- m WtohjG A Perfect Sneoesa. The Iter. A. Antolne, ot Eefuglo, Tax., write! t am able to Judge, I think Fastor Koenk'a Nero Tonlo li a perfect suosess, tor anyone who suffered from a most palatal nervousness as I did. I feel Ilka mriaii atain alter taking the Tonlo, iituul A I VII Sunday School Superlatendent Endorses It. BzcsETiBT, Donhester Co., Ifd., March 8, ML A scholar In the M, K. Bunday taboo! (of which I am superintendent) I know was compelled to stay at homo on account of bar all. uieut (epUeptlo fits) for eight months, but sinoe uskug l'astor Koenlg'i Nerve Tonlo she attend! regularly. I think the our the most remark-abl- o I haT ever seen or heard of, aad toll Nerra Tonlo deserves tns hlglit eoomloms. tei uy faliMt endorsement A. 11KESK, JM, It JOHN -- A Valuable Hook em Narrows) UlNOiiaos sent froo to any address sua oor pauenu caa also ebsaia UU. medicine) fro of chart. remedy has leen jprspared by the Bemaal This Koentg. of fort Wayne, Isd slnoe W. aol f'ilor prepared underbls direction by tna FREE KOENIC MED. CO.. Ohloago, lit, EoMbrDnirelsU at SI par Bottle). OfcrM torse) SUe, SMS. 6UotUfora, ovidoHce. Aiiixia. Grazia's Letter. AiiHinvn.LE, HAYNESVILLE. 27. Ky., March Au act to enable tho several counties of Kentucky to select tho textbooks used in tho common schools and to chcupeu tho price has beeu introduced into tho House of Repress-.tative- s by Mr. Hay, from the Com niittec ou Education. Tho bill has been read before that body and printed. It is n bill that seems to warii and if passed, will fill a long-fe- lt do much toward the advancement of education in our State. Such a law would enable a change s to b'b made, at puce .iu U)e lact now in use. It js a that many of these books 'are 'deficient iu their sgJjjqcA. raster md in mcthodt of presenting jit,, WhUo such is'true, wo cannot hope for tho best results In our common school text-bookwell-know- n Our towu is quiet, nothing unusual has occurred lately. Farmers are becoming very impatient ou tho account of the continued winter. Sourwood school is still in progress, with a small attendance, on account of inclement weather. Misses Sara Ohenchain and Alice Suyder, Pellville, were visiting 0. F, Burdett last week, and their friends gavo them a surpriso party, which was a very enjoyable affair. William Pulloii, of Fordsville, who is engaged in the picture busincs has enlarged quite a number of pictures in this community, and has given We would recgeneral satisfaction. ommend him to t huso wanting such work done, he having been engaged in the business for many years. Emwa. Ublalued, and Ml I'AIKNT bUlltkM at tended In for UIWKK.irKFK.K1. ui olnie M oppmle tho fl ti. Talent Office and mi ul lain I'alelMa III lou limit than llioev ituiota flM uonm., nAsiimmox. emi Wo adulM- vkawimi i.i aa lu patent JIIU70 iif IiitciiIIoii ability ueuiase AU tllAliUK f'.f.A.vf r.nimris .m i.A'.f hoi t'lmimr ailficc, Icn..; and lefeienoe I ictuiil i lleuis lu join i.un state. I'uuty. Illy r iohii, nnii) in I 9tiL' "ufi (lhlt Tmeiexee). It O TO niE'MeOD, Weakness. Malaria. dfnMloa BlUoutuasa, take Ml It aatdlctac r:r6wNi mow I9rrrj a. eve quietly. Kor eaU br all dealaa k Wi tenuis. jxhakao Hitoivira CKox 1MB For Contains Om Hsmdred rUelpM 1tei mak. 1lJklJ !nr dalicloiiaCajadr cheaply at borne. This book U glreu away at dru and general store. Brrmi ; rtHHttaMNMKWMHMiMUHfitai Hartford Republican iunt.i8iiK ""'.."ni'iViV-'i-" i:vi:ky i'kiiiay morning. r tho cily of Uull'ulo, Now Yotllj I Fit unted.iinil while in that nlficohc hung two men. Uu seems to Imvc liccu an old luiml at tin; clinking I.v METHODISTD IN COUNCIL The ! visiting the College a dayf or District Conforonoo Holds a Vory Interesting Sossiou. everyday exercise of judicious through life will go far toward residing the encroachments malleoli the body and mind by bard work. in order that the best results maybe attained, the exercise should be something to which the mind looks with pleaure ami in which the cares of life may bo thrown completely aside, and mind and body given complete and easy sway to drink in the exhilarating influence of such rejuvenating padiinc. Exerci-f- , not now and then, but every day, if po.ille. A gameol ball, judiciously played, U it excellent excieie, hut ol can not he indu ged in cveiy ': ol ! the the year, nor will tin- men greater number ol our even through thespiiug allow them, and ximnicr, to take this as a regular course of exercise. In view of llii'sc laets we would call attention In the importance of having in towns of sufficient sie to maintain it a good gymnasium. It is our humble opiu i mi that Hartford should have a and that she U abundantly Young men, nble tofiunport one. what My yon? nll-iir- liu-ingym-nasiui- n the fence wo iiouced that two Tin District Conference of the FRIDAY, Al'lilLP, 1M3. needs repairing so that the beautiful Oweunboro District, Louisville, Anbuilding, grounds mid shrubbery may nual Conference, M. E, Church, THE PLA.TPORM. be protected from the inroads of the South, was held al Hiiitfbri1, Ky., Kiit l'liin ttock of the town. Bi: tT misoi.VKt). Wo would beginning Wcdnt'sday, Match list, conliiiiicd l,iuciili'in dues utlirm lid ailmir.1- - humbly suggest to the Honorable-Boar- and in urn until Aprili 3. Bishop n ii'i A. w, Wilson, ot Baltimore, .Mil,, iiinl lull lullierencr to its past tii.ii of, of Trustees that tho fence be presided, aud Dr. h. Guii.es wu history, uutl to the meson! piiiicmlex early as piissiblejby an el- Secretary. Ail tliu pastors except1 ' llie Keptihlienu luriy. replaced as mill policy egant iron one, something in keeping three wcie picsent, while there were ijicnnd We luvnr tinil imloroe the with ihuihi'iiity of the insiiiutioii and McKiulcr Inrill'bill, imd tin-- )Meui the town. ol ueipn.city, na now inaugurated liy 'a.' iV: ccnirai Mwho'iist? ami' and coekieii, o ihe Kentucky our i.niy, mi. I tin; euriiesl iitainlo- BiiAlii.tlY, Denny. I'Vland jiuiico of the liiiinir anil dignity ol' Jacksoi. are the Delegates Imih the I lie pleach ing was of h lnuh older, ilu. lti'iiiililio in ils relation to Imvigii Slate at liir0'e, with .1. M. Beatty, ot ami nun if me Bishop was uuivci-- 1 liattiitii-- mill uo i.p.teand enter our Aieadej Marion AlcUhord, of Hop- sally accepted us grand in a very high degree. Hie Vyiiuieruuce was a dent'iiiiiBt the In-- anil unlimited protest kins W. II. Clark, of Jackson, and cided success. cuimigi: ot silver. Judge L. P. Little, Dr. V. L. Dr. J. M. Iiiigan, of Carter, tn AlThird Wo must cordially indorse ternates. W. A. Morrow aud Wood Craudell, Uev. U. J. Beau and Prof. Joel S. Hays were dueled de egatcs the Ailmiiiisliiilioii ct President Diinlap arc Electors from the State Ilarii.-iin- , iiinl Jo rruoiiinienil nt Large, with E. I'. Frank and V. to the Annual Conference to be held ut Camphellsvillc. that the delegates ami alternate dele-jHt- w. B. Bui toil as Assistant Electors. The Conference session' were spir- it acting, I'leetc.l liy this ch'dur" vote lor his iciinmiiiutiuii as mx It: vt the clipping from the 5" ' liy tliu next Kepiihlieiin the first page, and see ml le I to tlm c urch on I'n'.ileiit m Uoiivtiiii how the great daily openly, but rc niVti.L lace o ('onTerencV luctantly, gives up the ghost. the DiHtrict ' A GYMNASIUM. is rapidly sealing its own During the 'session the following uml It ij a lawol hoiii l lie pliyi-iea- l icsoluiions Hcieudoi-lrdwork go on. Let the good doom. ' Huiiitual wmhU that men gnr.v ami ItiauLVKii, That the thanks of this Xo man Coiilprpiipplifii.udi.ii.il tlii citizens litvoiue stiuii liy I'Si'ieisf. .. Is speaking of the Henderson Stnte of this town for the kind in, inner in ever jjruwii liiitimllv milerf he puts mil enys: which they have received uLine, the Henderson for the ' into e the means of epiiitunl growth "Tlieie is yet some hitch in negoti- liberal hospitality shown its in their which Gnd has placet) in his hands, ations for placing the bonds, but the Ikhiius, and eiiiely men ito not reach their To the of the Methodist matter will be ditiuitely m ranged in Chinch for tiastor ihe kind attention shown nmmal pii)siuiil Mrengtli except they the brethren duriiii! our visit to his Nor,, having a verv short while." cxueUc tlieir bodied. . town. Inormal strength, can iicliievtd To Bev. II. T.Gaiues lor his faith Wi: hope the teachers of the ci un-- ty they hope tn hohl it except they titl hiipi'ui.iii u .Sitiiriiliii'V' iliiiinif ilui will consider the propriety of hav" th"n reservoir of strength by session of the Conferciiee ing a displuy at the Fair this fall and To the 'bus lineg in iv'iiik reduced and judicious exercise. continued Write rntcg to nml fioni thcCouference. will write us their opinions. i Aiming liusineNJ men in this age of mid tell us whether you are for it or The papers, the Hkh'hi.icax nd f'n- -t living loo little attention U given Herald, for favors shown the Conkr. against it, and why. to the preservation of hcalth.Tliewhole work preset ere ' day is epent in ct Tin: good people of Cromwell Revs. J. M. Lawson. Pnsidinc El- in llic office or behind the counter, i p say they will furnish the next iici, a. n luii.... m n ti A. r:..: v. j. villlllt;a, k.., nml mind and body bend beneath the the person ot Esq. M. D., Owensboro; J. S. McDaniel, Circuit Clerk in heavy strain, and if such a life be Lewisport; B. F. Shefler, Yelvingtoii! Mr. Stevens is an old age or a S. T. titevens. persisted in, premature II. A. Ciiiidifl. Masonvide; W. F. man and would make u good Cashman, Livermore; J. S. Craudell, complete overthrow of health is too officer. Calhoun; J. B. Craudell, Bench ' often the result. This shculd not he Grove; S. L. C. Coward, South and in tinlh :.ced not lie. One hour A. C. Gentle, Bockport; W. Tin: court house needs painting aud . ao, TO THE PUBLIC: crops, and realized reasonable prices. mm mm, m. jr-rtt- rs. ..rr JSiieu'-- i ? war..'jjmui-- i t. Ben-jiiiiii- n She laboring men have had good work, and are ir. MQII 1 I.' M.iii.od.st.iiKiopendent and happy. I5y longer experience, 1......1 ..,..!.- - illlll J1VJIA. DlIDnilACWC 11(1111 OOIIV, .wl llVlllkJJIU we propose to say that we a re in better coiulitic to give the consumer the very lowest P1UCES and at the same time iionkst goods. Not only this but we propose to say that Weaver Dam shall be a market for the elegant and line goods. All we ask is a visit, 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. ! Wc hog to announce to our Irirnds, and lo tho public generally, that wo liave now opened up the FINEST mid most extensive stock of GENERAL AiERCHAN- DLsE that we have ever sliown. This is unmistakably true, because our people need A , more ana liner goods. Our trade is more extensive, and ouv customers want finer They are iii better condition to pay for them. The farmers had bountiful. sup-ffitttth!ir.rW- hif "I (.'inr-iVr-.ou- W e? fSMyiS! Na-liou- Z MA rSu.1. 'toll'iliwl I I tliii1mii..t LINES nml rutinino; up BeKinninK WOOLEN GOODS. The )HES GOODS DepHt....,,,. Country. Co.no and "ot fsil lo in,or,sl ,,,u ''DIES of this Grueli Spm,';,0 I , 'SV G.D5. ni'l;AUTMEN;r ,Pe" "n" t '7 UT!1w "0lVf.Sl,eciHl ' "'. ?,nt sn,'E. nn,1 livr n-- .( ..,.- -; J 1 - lirain-wracki- "TheSaiViembe aciicj,. pre-clu- .!. ..ii. II i tftllif c vtui tint fja into details. Olll M'lii) U'nIJ VDfll TO ifllfii 'i . i'L' ...,... ... ' ,ST ''" f '"' J,J 'JJ' l ''IJU h ' '''"'' ''"' l"'nl'U: '" '"'s" i'nttlltl"!. TIlV limh'r llfftf tl iiilllt, (l Ci'llti'1 irlcir tlli'lj '"" ' si'irsWISS'gzj. can (lixwxis u their irotiUcc at the hi'st prims mi (I at the same time prnrurr their LYJS! Si'SU-l'To supply tins iice.it, ive lucte wurkiiil, a wi ii'el'itfi'r oiu'sbliii's that sit v.'.vv is ours. Our first point is to let I hit people know (hat an !tutu the GOODS- As to PI! ICES; ire deem it itnneerssari to make Itnitl protestations. The, Jm,pe know oar stilo of tloinJ business ' U'n etiiphaiiui't sail, ail' m :tn if . wn- prices are 111 CUT. hei tire. THE L0 VKST BEGA USK U"K A'V) " Tl"1 VIC CA' HEACH IU) ITO. If. . IX 1) .1 7v" II 'ILL 1)0 I V. (IJiJ' JX Ho3peotfully. TOUR WAGOX, and biiirj ijourf'amihj ami PRODUCE. i benuty. is a tint j; t ... nuinoroii- - to n.une: Gloves, H.h. sinrV.Collar, Liiffn, Corsets. Necktteiir, .lnwHrv, IliiuiIUdrehiefs. L'ubroi. . , . , . . t Mi. Ik uery.l pniiinerv. tVc. ve. i iu i;eiiiMiiiei t inii-- i .1i.e seen lulu' hppreciatcd. Ol'li Mli.LINEIi'Y DEPAI.'I'MENT is mm of impo.t:i.ie... Every- l'odv wimts a men Int. it is pureh.iul .or t'. fe l .h ai no one cut n- fford" t i buy aim umI'"' i i - know - In STVI.E. Mlri.S MAG J'K EMI. K.N will iiyi.in piesi 'e over this I KPAI.'T.MKNT. Her for ihoi. ,.ee. lonir ...'ii.Mi.oiiii:io eit iimrki-- t fit ... ... i.. .in' i v... ;"' i.,.. i.i-- . .'.ii. :......! ......L -- iii...' ..:,. inn in im. i r..:i l.i lie mill up Kith the fiii: i n. ""''MrvrTi'lnv DLl'AU MEM TIH M MING GOODS of eeryvari..iy I r. , .,.,s - yt" ill-Iii-- J :., . J J .,. .I . Kvcy ladv wants a pretty shoe. Our wdl known line i,r Mcintosh good.. en.br..ciug the "Su.ie," "Klh.," and the .i- na," cannot fail to please. GENTLEMEN'S .SHOES. Are. abo, u spcciali.y. Tl , p. ..Mmve Call for the ''Buell." n reputation ineou.pa.able. Tin- - Depailm, ... ha, pi.v..l'-i- I our ....himi- - Piu.ly. CLOTHING bich deieriiiiiui1 to lutein Ihe mid a great deal ol inonev. We haje .aiii- nece.Mty of sending In the cily ...... kets l.n C'.lhi.g med the Clothing ot the inanutiietoiles ol all the l.rs'iin ( Hies nun no . MM t t I II i lltl 'lMlltlll. Ill , uie umsi stvie we f l it i nu uv.uw.. Know we liae been iniineiise and .e have been compelled to Our na'i-hahave. mis s uie lemiing lean re ot oi our i.io lung iiiiiii-- . huy largely. ()ur .Siucls is ho- This is number impoitiini. HATS! HATS!! no u .i." K- r.very ivie oi ua.s n.r i iiii-in.mei.se. finally our i.enerai iii.im. me inn. ui.wi rauiw, M PLIES. Ol'EEN'.SWAllE. TIN" AUK. IIAUDW'AKE. KUBN1IT' H. STOVES. SADDLEUY mid FKUTILIZLU. LADH-SSHOKSWi-lmv- c ih . uir ve -- unnij.i yi..in i'.un.i 1) J . . . . - . . L - - A nt Beaver Stiiiasat if ok Tin: Dam, March 31. Ccsditisn HOCSIER A CO. Car-rollto- and evthe halls need ery good citizen will hail with pleasure the early action of the county dads in having these improvements made. white-washin- his lln.i., of retmgreion, will present rate hive lo be written with u little "h" in in a few more weeks at order not to have him appear is. Mole-hil- l than ho lly larger intent do. Wnn.i: Hart ford's plank walks iu soni" parts of town have been improved, tlieie are other poitions that need When will we have new walks mNo them? Tin: platform adopted at the recent Louisville Convention is a remarkably Republican concise statement of principles. Godbey, Ceralvo; If. D. Bennett, Sulphur Springs; C. F. Hartford, Fordsville; E. E. Pate, Hartford. The lav members present were Revs. G. J. Bean, J. A. Bennett, J. W. Taylor, W . Ford, G. V. Crowe, U. S Tabor and Dr.W. L. Cra.nVll. Lucas.Juo.Piles.S. R THte.Jude U P. Little. W. K. I'arrbh, J. S. Stirmau, II. B. Taylor, John W. Taylor, G. V. Bcniiclt, W. Q.Park-- , A. M. Burnett, John W. Pale, S. J. Bennett, Baker, JVilion Henry Browu, N'oble Beau and D. M. Hock-- ' er. As visitor?, Rev. Zephaniah Meek, , ui v.eiurui iueiiioiiisi; 11. D.voi-Krruor rvciiiiicKv .iieiiiouisi; lievs. .in r. Redford, Cenfercnce Colporter; R.tv. T. S. Craudell, Falls of Rough; Mrs. S. R Brewer, Ageut Widow's mid Oipbau's Home, Louisville; Rev. R. W. Browder, Presiding Elder of the Elizahetliton-District, Peter Cooper aud wife, Cromwell. I oTi.Ta BAIiiTM lijA kill DAm, KY. At Ihr I'lnsr .Vruli 16.1HU1!, nml Miliiii'lttril Ii. the l s. W T McKENNEY, Morhlinlilrr 'Ii'i-'Iii- t ' i .Mnrrli 10. ISO'J. Till be iu his otliec Iiiiiii the first I? to the loth of each mouth. Of- file over Haok. All work giiarau- Pi lees Iced. e. '....; mm r . B t t r t t - MiEWiBlS ttt ' j UKSO LUCES. ,.8.')!l.o!)!l.-- . Bill diccoiiuteil . . Real estate Furniture mid fixiuns. , . . 1. 0(10.00 .. i.:ui.ii7 Bond- Wtflits III ell It Kxiiouses p.i .: CISlBlLfi!: -- i ; i . :io:5..r)!) Cash in safe Cash iu other Irnks .. . ;V2:).!I7 .,H.li(52.:V.' , 8lli.o:t7.i)l LIABILITIES. Capitx! stock Deposits Due nthrr llstiks. Divid Miilsiliipuid. Pr' til .iiid l".-- . . . s. JpW - i C. &. STiSLB, Pi-Gpr- f .30.(11)11.00 . 7."),).i:i.ori 40..'!7 ROCKPORT. 4.00 . Tin: Free Silver men accuse Speak"A hame dier Crisp of trd.tc!iory. vided," etc. Too much of a good thing mocracy's majority iu Congress. Vi:iitt.Y the way of the Tariff" r i u haul way. De- Tin: Democrat have claimed nil nlniig that the people at the last election expressed in tin tnidnkahle terms their ciiidemnatioii nf ihe MeKin ey bill. Yet the present Iliiu-e- . with its overwhelming Democratic majority does not dare to The people would repeal that law. like to know what is tho matter Aro with the Democrats anyway. they alraid of the result? Can not they control their big majority? Or are they merely at their old game of p!a) ing the demagogue? At any rate they have confirmed again the fact that the Democratic party is incapable of administering the affairs nf surh a nation a mirs. Tin: ffn'it'tl makes ihe following very c implimentary mention of Oliio county II 'public ui: "Mr. J. S. H. Wildin.: was iii.iiIh Vice I'res lent uml CM. (J. M. Birnelt retained as member ol ihe .State ('(Mitral CommitThese were good tee fiii- tlihdi-tric- t. N an Neli'iMioiis, us Mr. Wi'iMiiiu iMi'ki I' an I Mr. II illicit i on- o''t!i.' Ii 'st men in the party in ';V. Mr K. the Sui - Re-for- Tins to the is an age of disappointment Democrat. POINT PLEASANT. Our spring school is in motion, with Al Tanner as the pilot, hnt we are very well fixed so far as school property is concerned. The farmers are busily engaged iu breaking ground for cirn and tobacco. I niiMiioir of the Committee mi tioMs, ml lerc I v tin i'!p KcmiIii-- , '"' to ' Alto, tin- - wotkoflhe Couvcn'ioo, gather 0'ii i ciiinty in id.' important contributions to the w irkin.' force of mines. Let us place Clayton Woodwrd, ol the (.'(invention." Cculertiiwu, in the field for .''horilf. dfiu:, KviIV tile l)i!lllM!ill' oil t'l 11 .lJe. A h u siy you? i 'on. '. .Judiciary T'JAVE.i B M. 'ii i a .i en I o ill .ilwii'd ''ii! A put ' Mi ci" Ii" - on th Ivilo-iiiUno ii :'ioii I'ue sen tati vi' -'. W impiose. lii if, who h.i- '1 sign di th cole pillpoc ll'lii'.'lo li'.eh 'olihlil.'l I'' 'll I" Ml fil1 jeCl.il i I gut . n" I'.ir'hli IKmIi llll'lli'.. Bureau against Gen. ui'oks, is nlile lo bo utii again. Ceiisi'in t!i Out iiicri'liauls urc all on the run, It linn, flio bill professed to bo for putting up new goods. of such Government Charlie Hamilton madeu flyii'g trip bet'iro Con- a- - might tedify concerning to Owciishoro l.ist week, Coiuinittce gr."ioii:il Dr. Smith, Mclleiiry, was iu town abuses in tlu service, but its real ob (me evening hid week. j.'Cl was tn encoiicige sneaks to vent 1. P. Barnard, of Louisyill, was in their private spite ngaind officials over them, either by "puttiugupjohs" town yesterday. Mis Ophelia Stevens commenced a or by outrio'ht perjury. The bill is spring school ut Union lust Monday. dead. This is her fust school, ami we wish her llcN'itlcrr.v (Texas) Jiiilwnilart success. Dr. J. J. Mitchell is the happiot s.iyd"Bland's frou sils'er bill is a de.nl ma hiit year's bird's nest. It was man iu town it's a girl. Harden Baird and wife, of near choked to death by one G. Cleveland, Ks(. TiiW is thesamo Cleveland who Beda, visited relatives nwir hero C. was mice shci ill of ihe comity in which Sattirduv mid Suuday. . -prnT-'.'ti-em-plo- ye' John W. Ti.'henor has gone to Evausville with Ins logs. Hardin & Evcrly are preparing a lot of fin j logs for the same place. L. M. Patterson is erecting a neat hay ware house, mid Maddux it Bell are paring a good Mock yard for the benefit of their many fneud. Sunday school was organized at the Point church on the 3d hut.. F. 0. Cilfmiu is our Supirinten dent; Miss L. E. Maskill, Tre.Hiircr, while MNs Helen Davis is our Secretary. What is the mailer with our railroad? We are geltin,' tiied of the deep mud to w.ide throtii hft'.weon here and (own. Wo are in need of n railroad mid soni ' c nl uud iron Harry Moore aud Robert Wallace, Paradise, were iu town Sunday, 8110,0:i7.!H I IC. Cox. Pnitoiui:sT. Mies Mattie James, Morgautown, spent the week with Mis Giorgio Reid. Mim Jame his beu studying millinery in Louisville and wai eurouto home. Mrs. A.B.Kevil is visiting iu Illiuoir. Mrs. John Duncan is visiting her sister this week. re- Misses Adams and Cluggclt, Cen4 i1 I . JlV UlClli tral City, visited Misses James tor i:i'lt-Ifor several days. Mrs. Sam James, Ricedale, is visiting Mrs. Leonard Gihbs Thursday three young ladies with TIOCKEK & CO. man were out rowing, a large o'le, raft happened to pass. The party i. V l'r'li Ji. II Mikwi, fliicr. thought it would be great fun to get on the raft. Just as they got on it, Of tho Conditio-- i of tlio some snags had caught the laft, but fur tho timely work of the raft-meall would have been drowned. What might have proven a sad accident, proved only all adventure. Mrs. Alice Ilensiu uud son, Herbert, after spending several months At tho OIoso of Buatnoss Doc 31, 1801. iu Princeton, have returned to Rouk-pi- rt. We well" mie you, old friend'. UKSOUUCES. Elmk. Loans and Discounts. .. .8'17,0fil.2.S 4.4 10.1!) Il.iviiii; bought t;n Livi'"y M'isiiiesi t.f E. W. 'I'uyhir, I w ih to iiifniin ihe .ubiie ti. it I w'll hi i tho l.iiuri, i ii 40 I l'Vn I l.iidui"--u- t old stii'l, and also i nil band lil'tiGIES, WAGONS and CA'i IV of thu hito t irnl most applou'd iimko. '"""""t Transfer is still tn tie? front iu j foi't lh.it t!io H ' ' I.. h i!f of tbo.lroiiiiiiHriind lnio'iiii:iiii!i!ii'. Pluu-- o Hh-mo ii call TURKU TIMPS D.MLV. --- ctor. A Car Load Of the old Reliable Horse Shoe Brands of Fertili'ers just FAST -- L i bi TiW Clorsas. uuio an.l w i ;ihh for sal ) or h'.rj at all times. Spuola attjutijn glvon to all Htooic entrusted to my care. Yours Very Respectfully. 1 vWW144?&isii'; Efi WWS4 !1S. nmii1 Hates. call. h rite SI I onCASEBIfiR'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY t- - "B?" A HORSE? does ll E C. -- i I3:r,3D SSartfsrd. ItZ-- r. ,vtfPT0MS -- !'. iyHYN0JnUl'A6E & HITCMHIMTO Ukii THE GREAT TwrMnsTPPRPPrT StocK-';,",- ' . PH9 S UY STATEMENT 03ME3TOFR.IOES ALL. EVERYONE HFGDEsprciALLYFoREXERClSllNGANDSPEEDlNG. VT. ' 99 n Dam DEPOSIT RAH Bsver Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be TEETE1 TART ImIIcc Whalebone VUKOtMJHI-Ul- ALIKE. SPECIAL Given ATTEiNTlON public. to the Traveling WCOBtTv "Seeing is Believing. Catalogue a iLLusToFREE.rm A 75 lbs .i" 'AQlHTSXvf afji. CTLASD And a rood lamp must be simple; when it is not simple it is wMiuMfflM not cood. Simple. Beautiful, Good these words mean much, hut to see " Ihe Rochester"' All mctsl, ,ill imnrcts the truth more forcibly. ftLrvMEf tourh and seamless, and made in three pieces or.ly yy it $ absolutely wcanil unbreakable. Like Aladdin' i cf old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," fcr its marvelous lisht is purer and brighter than gas lLht, 5cs softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. limn If took far thijtnrap Tub RocifSTrn. tu the for deilcrhti n't - i, n Jtrrrtntcr. nuJ the ttvle ayou want, .coilbv rxnrc.t our new illuiirau.lcau L.juO your choice ol tvit limp f.lfcly e vl'il Ifii'l ou t- - 1 Lamp Store m the II itJ, Tntl.ci f.om the asctf KOCIIEbTUK LA3It CO., 12 Park Place, New Vorli Ctt;. i V.-v- .: Not;ce! breed to a soon, all- around horse or a good trotting bred horse, call at the Fair Grounds and see Joe Orcuon and Odd Stockings, in care of V. W. Yeiser. If you want to EsMle Fnriiitiirr ind Fixtures. . Cash mi llanu and in other Real .'J.OOD.OO l.oUU.OO Banks J.ri.0,27 r.7,:i70..M LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid RcM-ivFund Surplus Fund Deport Account S2.',000.00 'J.2.')0.00 .".!),2.")8.24 m:.) tlicT',' am also handling Tiows,! Jeering MowI 8(i7,:i70.fi5 rUrtNKs, Ciibbicr. Subscribed nml s'voru to before me, this January 1, 1802. Shelby Taylor. D. C. 0. 0. Jotts II. ,'s'f -- X .66Tfe Rochestenv7 C:j.oo T.k:, $03.03 GTRICTLY HICH CP.A5J. LOVCL.L DdACidGu :d OYCi.ES. No. I, Sw!!d Tires, ers wud Hinders and doi n ii' a O II 0 P'l 1 1 JJIacksmitll DllSlllCSS. .. .. 1'airOIiaUe SOllUIWHl. F. W. Yioisbii. A , We take plcnsiiii! in submitting this our first annual statement to the iiublic. Wp luivo now as safe a de- iri"'lor.v "' aiV '" ''"' Slute, mid so-linir tlip busiiifis of firiiif. eornora- . limwaiMl Special nt-- -p hxcliange trillion to collections. bought and sold nu the principal chic of the United States, John H. Barnes, Cashier. imlU-MiiaU- t:j. C D, Ladi:3' C.:blon T!ra3, C95.CO Also Kecd krrp n firsl-Hns- s i:o. 2, Cushion Ho. 3, Ladies' 3.!, fk fc-i- C".vr;:!!:!3 Solid Tirej, 03S.OO Li verv and Solid Tm, S Ho.4,D, " Cafhlon Tires, Slahle. whrro sou vwn have vour OUR CnsMon Tires 695.00 Mo bottor nu Varrautcl ALL l'.VRTS mr.c:.:r.cmoct any j:rioo. D!:yc!o "UP T. . Come and see us before buying. Respectfully, Taylor & Co. JUqaver Dtim ft ' ''s the best brands Fertilizers just fresh car load of MP BROWN'S IflO.V Oortt In.llrUui. nilioiuiicu, i of ed. Ve-eeiv- rU, Kirrauuti'M. irnl fnsral Pcbillljr. 1'hrtl-cU- u reoomittnil It. All diahra wll II. Otnnlna bMtr4 mrk uml crutiol rot llncmn DITTERZ );ipeU,MaU. Horses e! (i;s; Fd. .your R and Hippr Bd content ii a liomt Ith " Tb riktltr k Un-.ih Ilia ll;!it o( Ihe mornhij CtttlocuM, write UoclviierLsnipCo.,KtwYork. Liv the hcsl nf ri.s or niht. or- - Interchansre- aliie, C:l::!;i:s Tr:J. $85.00 MfW .H J -- j JOIIPT MAVUFACTl'"' Lovr.:.L AXi."j co.9 7CM, IIACj. I vcO.CO "' h:trtM'.ilii!irfifirt:rHf- -' ' ibrs wilh CA8BBIEE V run DvurcMiA rw' Ir.a rilltvr. AlldetlMt kMB 1L f 1.0(1 Mr LolUt. Otnuiat AMUtdt'intrktudcriMtftl ittlUnMimwrspptr. 9 mm Wl V'hj vsmh mm mm Yi.oro' "h, 1'iucticiil Iii8tuirtton. Jradu.itiB iKsuitii to i hi.ions. lO"'CalaInj'e fn . nlr to COLLEGE, LOUiSVILLLv' n,4 FAXB. BROS. for inspection. r7rM 2c GO'S Lots of new goods at Anderson's Bazaar. fi jioundTof ciifleo for"iL00 "at G. T. Wetterfield .Seullie uew Uiufls good 8 Me opened this morning. PERSONAL. TOWN TATTLER. Big stock of Spring Goods are here, ready Sara & Every day brings rgowds of people to gaze upon the most magnificent Stock every brought to the Green River country. The styles are novel, the quality the best, Remember that Field's 'bus meets all trains and that you will have n pleasant ride with him. Bring your horse to Field's stnble when you come to town. He gives stock tho best attention. You should see the beautiful new dress buttons and dress trimmings just opened up by Sura and Me this mm u ing. the prices the lowest. We make special announcement of" our Cards are nut announcing tho wedding of Clarcnco Smith and Miss Flora Stum, of Fordsville, which will occur at the Methodist Church at that place ou the evening of tho 12th. Dr. W. M. Carter, Opticiau, will be in Hartford, Ky.. nt the Hartford House on April 18th and 10th. He examines tho eyes for all errors of refraction. Tho public is invited to call ou him. Examination free. Sulphur Springs District Union will meet April Kith at 10 a. in, at Con cord fchoollinusc with Concord Public speaking nt 1 o'rlnck The public is invited. p. in. F. W. 1'ikvi.i:, President. sub-uni- Millinery Department, which is with Flowers, Laces, Velvets and Hats of every description. MISS la-dcu- cd HELEN FOSTER, of Louisville, an experienced trimmer, up to the latest in everything, will have charge of this on. department. Our goods are bought low, with a view of making this the most interesting season since we have ness. Remember I have the largest tock ot clothing in Ohio county, and sell more clothing thau all the Imusos in the Green River country. Come to see me. Yours anxious to please, M. M. Kaiin Bir-nett- been in busi- Married, on March 110, at tins resi's dence of the bride's mother near Creek Church, James Ralph and Miss Ncoma Hoover, Rev. J. A. Bennett ofKciatiug. The Kkpuiimlmx w'uhes them a long and happy life. Tho surveying party on the Owens-borFalls of Rough and Green River Railroad are rapidly pushing the work tocompletion. The road will pass near Olaton and intersect the N. N.AM. V. bet a eon White Run and Spring l.ick o, Owing to our great rush this week, we will be compelled to defer prices un- . , i til next issue. For unexcelled .bar- gains, visit Headquarters. Hartford Temple of Fashion, FA!R BROS. im La A fc funffiriiiiE v Ainl v nini A T T im n T . t Born, to the wile of Col. C. M.Bar nett, on the 4th in?)., a fine boy, Dr. A. B. Baird attending physician. Go to Field's fnrhuggie. The new artival is a very valunble Garden tctil nt G. T. Westerfield. ndditinn to (lie editorial stuff of the It is no longer "1'rof.," but Judge Rkpuiii.icak, nnd will enter at once Hawking. upon the discharge nt the duties of his chosen profo-sion- . CO., Props. There will be preaching at the Methodist Church near Beda next Satur. day at 3 p. in., nnd Sunday nt 11 a. m. At the same place an application for recommendation Ut the Quarterly Conference and license to exhort will be presented on behalf of one of the members. Berry Hurt, Morton, died the first of this week. 5 3-- 9 telffi (IS i I I . ' Rev. J. R. McAfee, of Todd coun ty, a student of Haitford College, The latent thing in gUsaware nt G. will preach at Tayloi's fchoolhousc, ... . U..I.J 'I' . M I'Ml'rill'iU i two miles East of town, Sunday, Rir linn. A Co. handle only April 10. There will also be un efclotliii)'.'. fort made ou that occasion to organServices will (iocm) Kitatooj uml Iota ot them at ize a Sunday School. begin at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Williatii!i linn. first-".Itt-- T. H- I- Hugh Furgersou, who is chargid More now goods urrive at with rape, and for some time has bom Iimuiir confined in Jail ut thif place, lind For fino black clay wonted mil, his examining trial belnrc . Judge call nu Fair Bros. A Co. Morton last Tueeday, nnd was held is Blegant Cheap, Sura & Mo received a lovely Lot of to await the action of the grand jury. Laces yesterday. Sec them. Gully A Ringo dehndnt him nnd CALL OK Maseit) A llayward appe.trod tor the etock of clothing in Hurt Largest .1. prosecutiou. lord, in at Fair Bros, it Co. " Prof. V. L. Hawkins his boon up I " Kvery suit Unit coinoi from Fail poiute.l Police. Joilgo :f 1 irr for. I ti Rr. Broi. it Co. gives Hatijlactiou. IJ fc KL fill out the term of Judit) B.iird.ilo-cuusu- d. Call on Mi Foster, at Fair Urns, will Wo buliuvo th.it la it Co., for a Htylisli spring hat. uffioiwut official for he unmake an retpii-aite- a, I'uroMt nod freIiet Drugs uhra)f doubtedly possesses both the which according to Jim Polk's mi hand at Williams, Bell & Co. TIMIK-- l I.KIVK BElVKIt HV. reasoning, are necessary ijcalities for (ii)IN(l WE.VT. TIUI.N The light gray lint and the light u jjood Jiulie. I2.IH r. a. Ku 1, Mil mil Ei'iv .ll.uir. m. gray anile, all the xtylc, at Kiilm'. X. 7, l.iimlpJ Kir. near Buf rd Win, At a TIIMMi (illl.NH KAST I'll r, a. SV , .Mill F.nt We will receive another lot of. new Bell nnd a man by the name of Ralph - 3,li A, N. I, I.iiiiiIi ! Kiyn i. Goods to day. passed some har.h words about some Cakson A Co. trivial matter, und Bell knocked PKIIMY, APRILS, 1892. D.in't forget Howard's pure crab Ralph down. Ralph finally got a filler ut the Hartford House. Try it. hand-stick- , Garden tools at Williams Bros. and striking Bell over the After Cuobier A Burton's 'Bin line is head almost killed him. Buy your c'othiifg from Fair Bros. and ulways on time. sti iking bis cowardly blow, ho fled hut, rkmaw.k A n. nnd has not been heard of since. Buy your Hats and Shoes from Car-to- n Ladies, don't fail . vWt Fair Hro. In our last week's issue we copied A Co. A (Jo.'a Millinery Parlors for a nice, from the Commercial nu extract from stylish hat. If) on want a bargain ttiule with its report of the Indianapolis Colored Giftou A Co. Give Williams, Bell A Co. a trial Methodist Conference, in which it Go to fee the new Beverly Blue before buying your Paints, Oil, Wall said that Rev. Charles Pylc was cent paper, etc. Suits at KnhuV. to Paducah and that Rev. Alex Posey KitlinV, the Beverly Blue Suits at A tarsal crowd wn in town Monday, was sent to the Hartford circuit, which finest suits made. business good a'ld our a iturpriaiutr is incorrect. Rev. Pjlo was sent to Owensboro, and Rer. S. S. Stono was If you want good blaeksmithiiig inorclmuts bad a hit run. sent to Hartford. done, go to Dick Williams. Casebier A Burton give the best We are reliably informed that Mr. feed und attention to horses left in It ynu want new Goods nt your own Chas. Hamilton and wife, of Beaver their stable. Give them a call. price, buy from Carcoti A Co. Dam, will become permanent citizens The house of Jo Robertson, near of our town in a fen days. Mr Ham The largest and most stylish line of Smnllhousp. was destroyed by fire on iltnn will engage in one of tho leading mil iuery is at Fair Bros. A Co. the night of March Mill. Lou,81,800. b.i.tinei't'n of our town. The Rki'Uum-CANew Goods and new prices nt T. J.J 0 insurance, extend the hand of welcome, beMorton'nGrocery and Furniture Store. forehand, to them and only regrets In the death of Nicholas Shultz, entire population is Fair Bnw.A Co.'s boys clothing are who departed this life last Tuesday, that Hartford's for bargains. Ohio county loses one of her oldest not made up of tucb citizens. handsome. See them Rer. J. M, Bailee, of Henderson, Carton and A Co., still increase and most respected citizens. arrived in town Mondy,nud on Tuestheir already neat stock of Dry I am nlways ready to please you in day evening began a series of meetGoods. dry goods, clothing, shots, hats, caps ings nt the Baptist Church. Ilia are simple, earnest and powermid gent's and ladies furnishing goods. Every day last week was n lil d.iy ful, awakening in saint and sinuer, Yours anxious to pleaie, in Fair Bros. A Co.'s clothing defeelings of deepest interest. Although M. M. Kaiin. the weather for the greater part of partment. baa been unfavorable, the We had the pleasure of visiting the time . Tho best lit, thj lest good), you Prof. Mason's school nt Pleasant prospects are very flattering for a good meeting. can only find nt Kahu's Clothing Ridge ou Monday and found it flourHouse nt Hartford. Notice. ishing. The young Indies and genI have reduced the standing season Straw Iluta from Canon tlemen are doing excellent work. Buy your ot mj stallion, Hiuiar tmn $25 to A Co. They have the latest stylet be If you want good Furniture at a $15, and from this time he will inand the lowest prices. permitted to serve mares at f 15 to A Co., Beavfair price go to Hocker sure a colt. He ut any time, can be WillmiuB Bros, can furnish you the er Dam. It costs you nothing to peeti.at S. P. Taylor's livery stable, best Steel or Chilled Plows made, haul it to Hartford. Braver Dam, Kentucky, Reip'y, Estis Taylor. All of them warranted, J. S, Vawht. Auder-ron'- n It an. MOUTON. V. R. Ni 1 log-rolli- M ser-ruu- ns "1 can't lind that word," uiJ one Littlo Jesaio Gl.iin is vury sic-';- . printer to nnother, "it isn't in the Dr. C. W. Felix, Oliiton. U in di'jtionniy." "Look iu town. -r gu-- z over at tho buck oi the C. L. Field went to Owensboro book," replied the manipulator of the jrstiiday. next cuse with u self satisfied tiir, J. D. Hull returned from Delaware The following is truly n literary Wednesday. Jiulifj New ton, Bufurd, was in oddity which tho Tattler oilers as u clipping: town Tuesday. If ynu stick a stick across a stick, . isitinir Mrs. Col. Lein McIIonry ia Or stick u cross across u stick, II. D. McIIenry. Oi cross a etick across a stick, Calub Smith, Flu.miit Hidgx, was Or stick cross ucross u crops, a in townyesterduy Or cros a cross ucroH a stick, Aniihtcail .Ir Kockport, called Or cross n cross across n cross, to lpo us Tuestlu). Or stick a crossed stick across a stick, Elmer V. Milliinn is visiting Or stick u crossed stick across n crossed slick, fiicuds in Paradise. Henry N ill has accepted n posi- Or cross a crossed stick across a ernes, Or t'lnsHfti mossed slick across a slick, tion with C. L. Field. Or cro-- s u crossed ttiek across a cross. V. G. Ji.irnult und W. N. Slovens ut stick, icturnuJ mini Evausville, Tuesday. W ould thut be nn acrostic? It's u tongue-twister- . Hirry Monr-- . of Paradise, visited Try it. lie fatuity of Win. Miliiguu Sunday. Some)ouug men go to fcIiooI for diaries' Hamilton, Beaver Dam, pleasuic alone, uud sometimes such made u flying trip to our town puiplc hire vciy badly among tho portion of rchool. Instances of Mirri Fnr.i Collins made a business trip to Owensboro Tuesday, returning this kind nreconstuntly coining to light. N e have them attcudiug Harford yciturdav. College, uud veiy frequently we bear II. P.'Tujr n A J. J. McIIonry of them bringing themselves into pubreturned f:om Louisville Wodues-du- y lic notice by tluir persistent ellbrts to night. visit young Indie, who have timo and Dr. J.S. Colo on. i fill) iiia rugular nguin refused their company. Only appointment at (iroenvillu Saturday it lew ilnys ugo, ibis young man re--i ceived his sixth icfni.il from the same and Sunday. P. R. Kulluy, Fordsxillo, was in voting lady, which read: "Mother town Thursday and mado us a has forbidden my go'iig out at night." More than likely he will take the pluisui.t cull. hint. Sul-plMr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnston, Springs, callml to mjo us wliit Not long since a gay youth just en, to town Saturday. tering society, concluded to "send his Somors Harnett, Owensboro, is card," and straightway procured the visiting his grnndinnthor,Mrs. Amau. necessary document "und eturted a da Btrnett, Kinderiook "friend' to see the young lady, the Rer. Silas Spurrier,' Short Creok, "liieiiil" u tumid with the answer "o. Grayson county, passed through town k.,"but thc"other boys" "guyed" him and lio became disgusted ami deter Wediiusday euroutu forliouiu. mined he would not go to "see bei" .Miss Jessie Mostuy, who lias been that iiicht. 1'lie time soou rolled wsiiiu" hurbialer Mrs. Dr. II ovor. mound for chinch, uud the young laPleutuiiit Ridge, is ecpncled home dy silt waiting iu her parlor until it week. j neM was late for any young man to call. Mrs. Dr. Hale, Owensboro, is at- - l Upon investigation the whole truth ' tending her brother, Mr. Win. Mc- - ' was learned by the young lady, und Henry, who is dangerously ill, und she ndiuiiiisteied a severe rebuke to the "y.iuug man,"which he is not likenot uxpucte'l to live. Rev. Cockrell, Editor of Kentucky ly to forget poor., nnd now things are Methodist, Louisville, and Iiev.S. L. moving on ns smoothly us "tho wuves i C. Cowurd, South Curolltou, c.illed on n duck pond." to bee us while in tho city. Wednesday moruinc nn earlv riser Ruvs.J. S., T. L., J.,U. and Dr. W on Wuluut.street rose aud proceeded L. Crandoll, four brothers, were at to build a fire in the kitchen stove. the M.)tbodist Conference, the first lie f oon. succeeded in kindling the time thev had met in tweutv years. fire but. hc smoke instead of going' out nt the flue kent pouring into the Sara & Me have Into of new Dress room. The man then throw co.il oil patterns just in. Call ami vii them. on the fire iu tho vain hope of creut J ing a draught; lie pounded nu the Clarence Hardwick Dead. stove pipe to dislodge the soot, but Death with its dark pinioned Annone ot these things sufficed. He gel has agaiu v'imicJ our town ami wrapped a quarter of n pound of gunhas taken all that wus immoilalof powder in heavy paper, dashed it into Chirencc Hardwick to that gieat un- the stove and held fast the doors. known beyond. He was born Janu- The explosion came, the man reeled ary 3,1851, and when quite a boy he backward, covered with soot aud afh-es- , commenced as Deputy Clerk in the nnd the stove-capflew promiscuCircuit Clerk's office uuder A. L.Mor- ously about his head, meanwhile the ton, and so we'll did In.-- fill that posi- volume of smoke grew denser and tion th.it he held it ten )e.ir", uml ut passed through the windows and doors the expiration of winch lime in WHO, into the yard. The desperate beneil he wus elected to fi.l llmt iiup.iit.iiil dict out to get a breath, nnd ulllcc hi.njlr, to which he was looking up saw the cause of nil his Ho was mar trouble. AiijU-- t 18Sti. An owl sat composedly ricd, January 18, 16o2, to Miss Sal-li- sleeping iu the mouth ot the flue. McUauiei, mid leaves a wife and Our hero tried to dislodge the intrutwo cuiidieu, willi a host of friends, der with brick-bat- s but to no purHe to mour.i his li'.-t-t. pose. frantically down Through Ids voiith bo was known town for a flohert rifle, and returnas the best b y in town ami well did ing, begun to bombard his owlship in he merit tint honor. He was tho slay gieat earnestness, lie called iu bis of his m i. lur. und the pride of his neighbors with other gnus and the Manhood did but intens- fiht went on, and about 0 o'clock associates. ify tho bcuuiiis of the character n the owl died of merriment. well laid iii voiith, and Harttord nev or had a citfzeu i live la puier liic. Sara & Me opened up man new Modest uud gentle us a woman, yet novelties this muruiug tiiat you courageous ami firm as u warrior, should seo. ho won the love nnd confidence ol . nil, He wns a loving husband and Resolutions ol Hespeot. father, a line friend, a noble iniiu The iiicmbeis of the Bar, the Coun"None Knew him but to love him, ty uud Circuit C mrt officials, nut ut iiiui but to pruUu." None named tiie couit house nt 1 o'clock Thursday And when ouThursduy inuruiug the evening to take appropriate uctiou summons came, tho beautiful soul concerning the deatn of Circuit Court pascd out of its teuement of clay, Clerk, Clarence Hardwick. The body calmly, serenely. Anil borne on an- was calbal to order uud object of gels win,')', touu I wity.to the God meting stated by E. D. Gully. S. who gave it. Tho funeral takes K. Cox was chosen Chairman and Jo. place this cveniii' at 2 o'clock B. Rogers, Secretary. Ou motion of 11. P. Taylor, a E:iniiiio the beautiful Mull dress committee of three w.u appointed by & Mo just opou.'d this ptliorn.i Sura the chair to draft suitable resolutions. " morning. The gentlemen composing the committee were 11. P. 'luylor, E. D. Guf-.l- y Colloso Happenings. ami J P. Sauderiur. We uie still moving, interest has The following preamble and resonot tlagged iu the least. No one bus lutions were unanimously adopted: had an attack of the spring fever )et. WiiKHKAs, In the dispensation of We think the school wil etcupe this Divine Providence death has entered which is so common our midst and removed therefrom dreadful malady our to students. Tho students of the Inter- much loved and esteemed Circuit mediate and Primary rooms arc .still Court Clerk, Clarence Hardwick. thoroughly iuteristtd in their work. , Bi:ir Uksoi.vkd, By the members Ou hut Tins lay morning, Rev. of the Hartford Bar and the officers Browder gave the school quite an im- ol tho Ohio Courts iu mass meeting instructive talk, ou assembled, that we havo in the denth pressive uud "Starting Life Right." of our efficient, faithful and honored Dr. Alexander's talk lost Friday Circuit Clerk sustained a loss irrepamorning wn very fine und enjoyed rable. by the school. That individually we nre bereft of Mrs.Dr. Brewer, widow of the lute a friend, whoso fidelity, iutegrity Dr. Brewer, of Louisville, entertain kiiew no supeed theechoul with a short talk Mou uud warmth of heart rior. . day morning. Thut the community nt large had Mjs Isabelle McIIenry nttendeo. General Exereciso last Thursday in tho person of tho deceased a noble citieu from his childhood to bis death. morning. Cockrell, Louisville; Miss Ma- Through youth and maturity, though Rov. nfilction, policical turry Cox uud Mrs. H. D. Taylor, visi- visited by sore moil nnd tho ravages of that "dread ted tho school Monday morning. Hardwick never Prof. Lytle bus a very fiue class iu disease," Clarence deseivedau enemy. Civil Government which meets at That we, with the whole communi4:20 in the afternoon. loss ot a neighbor nnd Lizzie Hoover nud Lulu Oiler are ty, mourn the companion, honorable, upright and new students in tho Primary. exemplary. Miss Bertha Felix visited her parThat we tender our c indolence to ents nt Olaton, Friday, Saturday ami his bereaved family in their sad afSunday. loss of a kind, considerMb Urn Biruett nttended Gener- fliction, the husband, a genate uud al Exercises )etenlay moruiug. tle, indulging uud loving father, an Moiti: Anon. ideal brother. 11. P. Taylor, Master Commissioner's NoI Com. E.D. GvtT tice to Creditors. J.-P- .. SANm'airujt, OHIO CIIK'UIT COUKT. On rimtion it was ordend that W. B. Leach's Adm'r, Plaintiff. J. A. Smith be appointed to present Against. tho resolutions to the Circuit Court W. B. Leach's Heir?, Ac. Det'nts. and ask that they be spread upon , All persons having claims against the record; C W. Muwio to present the estato of W. B. Leach, deceased, them to the Quarterly CouM, and J. are hereby notified to produce the S, R. 'Wedding to the County same, properly proven, to the under- Court. J.. P. Morton and Rowan signed, Master Commissioner of said Holbrook were appointed to present , Court, at his office in Hartford in the same to tho family oft'io de' Ohio county, Kentucky, ou or before ceased. the 2d day of May, next, or they will county papers were requested The be forever barred. This 8th day of to publish tho proceedings of this meet-fo- g. March, 1892. John P. Bahrctt, 8. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. Master Commissioner laid Court. VIo. B. Rookhs, Sec'y. ui-i- ANDERSON'S BftZAAB Has piles ami shirks of New iiuoils ami mon arc ar i (, V rivingj Jail v. - :0: - 1 Waleli this spa en for prices next week. - :0: - mr I meantime if run want a DittiKS PA1TKHN, New Dress Trimmings a late Stvle Ladies Hat. Millinery (jouiIk of any kind, bed tick in (aide linen or any other DRY GOODS, or if YOU want the best Shoe on earth l!ii5 in -- T l for Ladies, Misses and Chil- dren, rail on . I I s tlsi-lif- e . (I ru-h- OBOES THE FINEST AIID CHEAPEST- - ' BLACKSMITHING. I a specialty. A large stock of best modern Piows, and all kinds of Farm- ing Implements on hand. Call on him. Horse-shoein- g h,. , l J.D. WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, fA . . Ky. I nEfh - l . r, .f?f,.5 0 'Wr'MWYTKW'lr. Tl C tin L 8tsi l J XJ,A'lf-i"I,A4- f wava aslc for P.nnvir'e. nnil ismk M Mzmr ?TcA,rMiJmiisf.ii1h.i.3fc. - Aspleas:htsslenoiSyiuP. A' Afau'.nr- V k ' 'J$i- A?C"iD ""CV4 L - H .. t I I 'X-.fv'- rnl' ' 1 Ll I I JL I fl Ko. bejuitas doses, while to thirty do. es. I'nVk' Tonic is in lsrpe aa nnyloj: contain but twenty-fou- r lar tonic and retails for hO cmi. Mnniiracturcd by TArtlS MEDICINE COMPANV, St. touls, 31... S)11 by ull .Urutfgist To tret thf owginal alw. t f Chill Toric, at ami LMinine ilnn't iter r,t i .irnn. imtruil substitute". CU' Ultir W ndcrii:ainsjtfl li Ids full 6 Grovt Tnttclc Chill It mnirs nnl hoA many of the new, untried t o8. an iJii A h thnt IfteT'S'f'eM Chill Tonic which haa sntisfavtion. and miMi vm-tr-n- l K'-- V V Ttoltss or. 4i V -- 4ji -- 51 3 ' iff .lli T.' T, Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACK80N. MICHIGAN, U.S.A. i i '"vki ,For Job it A rr Ts3s!saaBr -- H For Catalogue and Prioos, write the Manufaoturerf, ,:ti t i . .V Try The I 32-- St. Hartford, Ky., April 7, 1892. Vork, , ibno.tWrr ' f f .f; H e Hartford Republican VltlDAY, AlitlLtt, Jill!. FACETZE A nun nuod to cure for no moro klH)wlu(lgt) lllUII t() kllGVV llilll'L'lf, tm more pleasure tlmii to ovosromu tlmii to enhimself, no more liimwjlf. Bishop Hull. joy rii-liu- s o(l weephitf oyea nud the trickling 'drops of bleeding hearts ore not fur the "tranquil serenity" of our little town was somewhat disturbed, human gaze; the deepest ag Ir and left the good people In doubt us should he allowed to fold their sombre wings in the silence of the toul. to whether the news ot'the"Cromwell Consolation cannot come from tlio Cnlliiris'' H due to ignorance or n "Me thinks" it world's sympathy; it can bo looked desire to falsify. Cromwell Sontlmout.. , Ye.-"- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiMiiiiiitiMiimiitiitKf JAY-EY- E- rSfWfc fii g" Mil. J. I. t'Ait, (ttlckorr .Inivu Knrm, homo Uiiclim, Wl.,wy: "Altcrtrylnir every known reineilr, 1 ri'inoM'il u lurjti, lliini'fi of two yearn tuiulliiK, from u 3 year old llllr, with thrco iiniiUeutluns of ofJoy-Kyo-Ht'- see mm ! wse! '.Jinrjsrr ' t 4Srfl-Mtlb- - cm RETTE-Sp malce .NnVCW- - W ! '. : N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST. LOUIS. ifwwieh Hard workers nre ii'tinUy lionost. Iwlustry lifts him above temptation. Texas Sifting. Old Bullion-Al- i, my hoy, 1 often loiip for the jrooil old times. Kriend That's very strange. You are rich now, hut in thoso old days you were ou overworked, barefooted plowhoy on a farm. What had you then that you liuvn't now? Old Bullion (sadly) An njipetile. C5ood New. The Utility of Diffidence lllush- -r man 1 ever is the most Imnliful saw "Well, how ou earth did hu ever come to jet man led V "lie Puck. was too bashful to refuse." Teacher "Now, Miss Mildred, you ma) doeliue a kiss." mo Miss Mildred (sIovly)-"Ec- ue but Idon't think a kis. can hu declined I never could decline one.1' The fun of the nbovn lies in tha "Miss" of fun nud the newness of tlio idea. English us she is understood "Tho best thing Doctor (ten n. in.) for vour dyspepsia is to drink hot water an hourhefnre dinner." Patient (rushiiijj into doctor's) -- "Doctor, I've baen drinking hot water tun 'i.iuutes straight, and I can,t swallow nnother Brooklyn Life. drop." Smart Child "Mamma, what are teeth of the winter blast for?" Mother "To tnako a cold snap, my child." Baltimore American. Cable Kates. Jinks "I'll never go to Dr. Bolus for advice again!" Filkins "Why not?" Jinks "Well, 1 enjoy a friendly chat first rate, but I'll be blamed if I like to pay cable rates on what's said to iVio in the same room." N.Y. Herald. Self-Posses- sed must ho a imlunil love for the untruth. Allhiiiigh a scandalous lie utid oi.e iiiNpncd to injure the reputu-tun- . i hro. George 11. Dorris, it hns nud will not have any c'.lcet. It not stands ns nothing uot even :t "epeck" against the noble character ot thcBro. both morally and rcligotisly. In nil probability the writer of the Cut liugs "will rue" the writing of such It has been sometime nn artielc. since the Bible truths have .been preached to this people and when wo become accustomed to false teachings the truth hurts. The Bro. has never bet a ten dollar gold piece that ho can prove hi every assertion. Theie would be no dim ger though of his losing it, for ho proves by the Bible nud preaches nothing but Bible doctrine, dooms ioiic lor hell, tells what Christ says it takes to perfect a man for Heaven and those that lull short of what the Bible teacher, go ofl'nnd tell that Bro. Dorris pronounced them "dead certain for hell " He would he welcomed greatly to preach in the church here if there was one, but being none here.he, of courxe, has to preach where all other preachers do, at tlio echoolhotitc, has the largest congregations and the best order we ever had heieiu church, is taken into tlio homes of the heft families of our town nud treateil as he should be, ns a minister of the gospel, and one thnt preaches the truth us it is laid dowu in tlio Bible, and fears no man uor what t'aey can do or sny, hut loves and tears, his God. The earuest desire of your humble writer is that the heart of the writer of the "Cromwell Cullings" could say as plain as in truth"Iam a Christum," as he or sho'signed their name "A Christaiu." Kumor fays that Benjamin Harrison Chinn was haunted by the spirit of the Cullings on his reMauiusk. turn home. for only from God and His angels. Time has no power to soothe giiefs that, like running streams, 'arc deepening their uhauucU forever. Great causes have great ell'ects and Brother produce great impressions. Itoyal was full of power urn! principals with things seen and unseen, with right and with truth, and ever with justice. Brethren be true to the F. & L. Union. From Salem No. 01)7. .1. M. ClIltlSTIAN, QUINN'S OINTMENT. dote' fe white as, Hie sun rSio v ItlithsbestprcnarKtlonlhnveeveriiiiCdorhrArd 1 heartily rvcomniena It tu nil Horsemen." Wthav hundredi cf such (titimonU 0os not keep ll.tiemlu 2Ac. Btaianr 1lrr. for trUl tax. smiBic A AV. U. KHIJY & CO., AVhltcliull. N. Y. I J Pr1(T,t1.30pfrbolll. Aikyourdruunlstforll. If lie jiim niuui juv nuin ai ouujm ao ueyuii. xn&o w1ho1fiinrt1riatiiilMn;t ' And kmq oncebougfttr it yoil mfev will rue 1J ri fllRFTTr llllllllitlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIMtlllt'IIIIIIi M 4''1 ! B utjji:Biiti rate; : i mvtrmimm.u 3:: s :.n a A sub-unio- n y Jvw(lftJAw,4vuu J. B. fir. Ci-u- ii, ) U""' A .lA a a Uo Vo.l Linn.- - t'.i.,t n lit'Ioror 'i Iiail.r.mernni.'. thing? Aio)oiiKwuetiiatiCo. n f.islcnion tlif j luii','s and f ir tin) o'leii runs into Comminution uml $ emU iu Ditulir 1 eonlo sulTeiina lrom Asthma. M Uronchitls, 1'ueumOui.t ami CoubiuiioUuii will tell you that WHY W VGa Herald please copy. ull, g PALLS OP ROUGH. Frank Wilkcrson visited hu father near Caney last Sunday. Sol Allen made a business trip tu Lcitchficld lust Saturday. I). W. Barfield has bought a track of land near here, known as the laud. Willis Green.sou of Col. L. Green, while standing on a lumber pile a few days.ago fell nud broke his leg and otherwise injured himself. Mr. Lasefield has contracted to muko u lot of cross-ti- cs for M. W. seems to be Mushroc. the order of the day, as the ring f the nxe can bo heard in every direction, Born, to the wife of Clint Harl on the 'id nit., also to the wife of Sid Allen on the .'id ult.. a girl. In answer to the correspondent that wants to know the choice of the correspondents to the Kki'UIii.ican for President, would say that I will support any man the convention may see fit to nominate, if he endorses the Republican principles throughout, but I dou't see why Harrison should not succeed himself. Success to the Republican and its many readers, is the wish of Tic-maki- I slHPtffHkg.' for Coustui, a, Can nlTord to noglect HI Can you trifle" with so serious n matter r Aro you awaro that I "ITSTAFSTnKflTU H fim winaikH II I III vwhift you A ID "d H Wl is beyond question tho rk ite.it of nil wm stop a vouch in one nigni. it. win cut. it nl.oitl Inn Aioaern itomeutoa r day. It will pre rent Croup, relieve Acthina nnil euro Consumption if ta'c:i 3 i in time, " You can't nfTonl to bo wltlio-i- t it." A 25 eciit Urttlo mav rave Ask your druggist for ft, r $100 in Doctor' bills may savo your lifo ,rt W TT lTrvrL'p Ar Cn Atl Wnaf Tlivn J..i .. ?r.... V..!. r.t. I.i.i'. fca:BLiiH:.B.H.a.n a i.fi.B-ziitsi k s B'U r r n :d k u r 1 a DR. ACKER Colds and Consumption REMEDY i ! MIWIMB m : ". 3 ; rWVWMH.I tTIWWTWIIIJM m HTaWBICP.'- - OT.'V fffffffffffffp BJBBBBfMBtfJKJBi" JtrV?j. jtTjiTL-V- Mexican Mustang Linim pnr A Cure for the Ailments of M.m and Beast. A The Pittsburgh lamp is one oi iiicfc in I tr seems ished. ventions that W Jfvt0 Wild Bill. UNION. to be fin-seems icac'i the end ns to goodness of It 7 WtiSSk pain reliever. Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every o:;e requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. long-teste- d This FOU DYSPEPSIA and Lirer Complaint you have a printed guar-an'- ee on every bottle of Shiloh s It never fails to cure. Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Br-j- . Vi-tali- ... m March 53. Several changes have tken nlace in this ouiet. but busy ROSINE. , little town. Since my last writing L. P. Crowd-e- r Chiw. has sold his drug store Tally. Jerry Tillord has bought l',n. Tullv'a hump. rl.'n lUntists held services in the school house last Sunday morning, nt Services 11 o'clock and 7 p. m. couducted by Rev. J.C. Davis. Auicl Wilson and wife entertained the young ladies and gentlemen at their home one mile from Rosme last Friday evening. The nvpiiini' was very pleasantly spent in music and danciug. Crit Hall and Miss Rosa Kaggs were married last Thursday night. Rev. J. W. Taylor performed the ceremony. Messrs. Henry Thompson, Horton, and A. E. Paxton, Louisville, were the guests of Miss Lela Ragland last Friday. Dr. Felix, Olaton, and Perry Wilson, Sacramento, visited their "best girls" last Sunday. i I Bitti:i: Swlkt. AllB YOU MADE miserable- by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, el low Skin? Shi-loVitalior is a positive cure. Sold bv Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. h's The farmers of this community are SHI LOU'S Cure will immodiate- - busy plowing, some ;aruemtig. The candy breaking nt Billy Ried's ly rolioveCroup, Whooping Cough"' uyiic . oaiuruay mgui was u granu success. aim nronciiiiis. cxmi ny .. " i There were nbout seventy-fivpersons Griffin k Bro. present. The bovs had thirty pounds of candy to sweeten the crowd with. BEDA. Mi3 Ophelia Stevens began the As our worthy correspondent has school nt thi place last Mmiday. Miss Hortense Rogers is teaching left w, 1 thought 1 would attempt to nt Vine Grove. Misses Nettie and you a lew iiems. give Rev. G. J. Bean preached to a May Rogers are attending the school S. B. F at Cooper. very attentive audience at the M. E. Chinch near here Sunday. STANDARD FOR,tf CENTURY Sunday School was organized at the C. P. Church at this place Sunday, "ith Mr. W. 0. Bennett as Super lutendent. Mrs. Jack Marks, ol Louisville, who has been iu our midst for a few days, returned home Monday. JAtMAwr Died, nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Ward, ou the intuit., TWINBROTHERS Mrs. Sarah Ann Wallace, an old :e- ,, uoioveu oy nu wno l)ecle' knew her. Heaven retamnth now your tieasure Earth the lonely casket keep. And the sunbeams love to Iiuger Wheic that sainted mother sleeps. Farmers nre making preparation for large crops this year, because of the expected railroad, every farmer thinks it will run through or near his IOR farm. We are sorry to say that our worthy neighbor.-- , Herbert Leach and VATIRIOO YCAS1 CO OCTROITHICH . family, have left us nud moved to Sulphur Springs, where Mr. Leach "HACK.METACK," a lasting and will go into tlio mercantile business. and the Re- fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 Success to your paper cents. Sold bv Z. W. Giiffin & Bro Rosalind. publican party. e iignt in vs', and crcc of maiifcc even' nieiit. remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of well-know- n Ml'staxo Linimunt. TliP Stoat h'nrcclul llvmcdj ererdlwoY a It li iirl.il n In In iHeUj uu.l tlix uut blUttr. neaJinxCUluwi , ' Pnrmroop, Mi. Mr 2, "i'i lg and wiping. Dr. H. J. Krvmu. Co.. ikMitit AtKtui ihne irn wrcto I yon Dirt .falls out when the bout a Inri I tnsnel )iri l,al n Ifj.iin, to iiii shn nur KeutliU'nhitit turcmn.l U Ifotilcftof fittJ5ftContpi( leCurf. hirnney is taken off, not into in nrr rrcmntnfiidc! UXo j;ru. As.MU UtI.UlttC!f. i pocket as in other central- draught lamps. Putting in a new wick is a Konrig1!'' fiavin Cure. vciy citay iiiuiLCi muccu. Trr ,Wir aCo.tVA.(Junu2;,:2Ti, All this seems strange to Dn.n. J. lUvtMit. Ou tlmt Ircn l?nr P'm Irmintfay euro tm a trlM a Nltl jro'-cf tur one who knows how troublecnlr. Ami It thtiri'1 rtiuutttt n inur tpn In li nni(nnr li. Tlio I til J ii"t niull tl.o U.itlrf some other good lamps are. horio mi'T Kcvfii am M, itj lounu, and liut Kingston lU'iiixUullj'ourfi, It is in all the good lamp-store- s. tttihurl work c! of IUK.t'nc Siusnur. Send for a primer. Pittsburgh Bpass Co. Prtiburgb.p. SO. ft 1 The only care it require i is Kendall's Spavin Cure. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it ,i V.. yREGlIRE FOR CMB11S 8t FEVER, BILIOUSNESS. PRICE HEADACHE ANDUL DOCTOR TAYLORS Ketiilillif-ti.itl- tlir-)- i l flti-- I I SO CENTS MALARIAL DI50RDERS. X FOR SALE DY AIL DRUGGISTS. idall's Spavin Cure. COLD1BI1, iJPKEPARED8Y RICHARDSQX-TAYLO- MED.C0. ST.L0U1S MOl AdjustaWo Extension Stand. .I,, "'), ,,,, Dr. n. J. ICrKDAU. Co. i miovr.l nn cm of iieut I ha limit, Mpnvtnullh nur KinluU. bpttuCurv. Avucirriuii) ipeon mem u mail. lUriprctrult.'', It. C. K.1I01IT. Trice AIX. Jul:i, 1SS4. TSE DRY HOP tor. luno It or can Kct It fur j mi, or It v. IU lie nt toAnffuldrcilou rvcelptcf J r' o 1 j tlio roprlo DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., lrerliottle,crslxbotllMforJ5. Alldnir-llit- i YEAST gy THE Enejburgh Falls, Vtrmont iiFliM MM mum T i I I M ' T V T T ' T UJ UH,r ' W HEW WEBSTER VEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY litt'illteil nml Ile.it (rum Coifr tnCiiifr. rULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES. -- IS THE ONLY- v& . RISER LiGHTBEAB REPUe ua J FOURTH fii Est Q U-- ci PUBLISHED IN THE A NASAL INJECTOR free with 'lem-ed- y. BEDA. Born, to tho wife of Andrew King, Dr. L. on the 22 int. u fine boy. T. Cox ruaslcr of ceremony. Mrs. Steven Bennett is some better at this writing. Miss Mary B. Wondward.of Shink-l- o Chapel, was tho guest of Dr. L. T. Cox's family last week. Miss Carrie Cox, who has been visiting iclativcsnr.il friends at White Ruu, Rosiiic ami Hartford for several weeks, has rot u rued home. L. If. Leach and family have movWe regret ed to Sulphur Springs. very much to loe such highly respected citizens, but our loss is Sulphur Spiinj,)' gain. Sanimie Rs :r.:i, w ho has been quite sick of pneumrnia, is better. The in- fant child of Taylor Baird is better, Alien Miller, of Shinklo Chapel, who been very sick of pneumonia, is some better. The little five year old daughter of Esqr. Perry Bennett, of Washington neighborhood, while nut playing with other children the 16th ult., happenSho ed to a very painful accident. fell and broke her leg just below the knee. , Mrs. Lillian Baird, of Kinderhook, visited her mother last week. Enimett Cox, who bus been at Hartford for some time, is at home Mountain Pink. again. CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRIETOR. SULPHUR SPRINGS. Has just been repaired and newly A. S. Anil and daughter, Mrs. Ada furnished. Located close to Depot. McDauiel, have gone to Louisville. s lunch. Give Jolin Foreman went to Masonville Good meals or it a. trial. Tuesday. Mrs.W. F. Bean is ill Mrs. Pard Tabor is sick. JOILV BOWHOMME, Charlie Baker, who has been attending Hartford College, is at home in: Lint in Jerry Canon will erect a dwelling Truplrnl t'ltl'ITN nntl Con Tort lunrlMi, Owensboro, Ky. here in the near future. .1 Orders From Singes Promptly a Rev. R. D. Bennett preached nt 37y Ml. Vernon Sunday, at 1 a. in. and I'mlrd . first-clas1 each hottloof Shiloh's Catarrh Price 50 cents. Sold by Z. Wiiyno briffin & Bro. Commercial Hotel, Und, rtor, Uirrr. .Cimcf, nn.t lif.k.i n .3.1 nil ll.rtt wood, rutibwl fliil.Ii. hru tt U lticl-- . ptfehl .lUndjd, U InctiM. it IfeMMrvur U Mi U.nrt kKKU.il A to l. I'rk. 3. lht Jlo.tuii.;!.M. . aaB-r- i vi nuLiutuu HI, Jf!?, A GRAND INVESTMENT funtfry Family and School. mW&WML DISTRICT ttttl su"',i Mm fu'"i 'b"" Stosi, riowrr Marul.tlMi Imji, l.iture. ( l)kllonry i la TlioAllthi'iitluAVuliitcr'.Unohrldcoil Dli'tlunury, comprlalnc l.uemif 1M04, 10, unil'Hi, (all .till conyrlchtril) linn been tliornuslily reiUclHiitlitiilnrfMl, umlerthe ftuprrvUIon of fnali 1'nrttr, 1.I).. I.I.. I).. if Yalr t'nl er.lty, ami u. u cllstiiiGUlnlilnir title. Iirnri tho tmmn Thu turk of rol.luii occutili'il over trnrniH, tuoro lliiinn liiinilrril lirlnirfmiilfiypiniidifr fxpeiiiU'il brforo tlio llr.t :illo,()ll( copy uaii printed. tr International Dictionary. WEBSTER'S ARE YOU A ia jWfm, WW IS THE BEST. Hwe s(wmiMx?HiD( Q?. SOLD DVALLDOOKSCLLCRS. I'ami'liUt i.ciit freo by tho iuhlllii r. Cnutlon li needal In urclialtiK it I mi i hu.. i photographla rtTlnt leto anil ciinivnratlre ly worlhhi cilitlmi if Wctatcr.re beliiK marketid timler iuIoih nnmes .Dd often by mlsrer reffontation. SUBSCRIBER? IF NOT MW'" fOR SALE The Intarnillonil, which heirs imprinter G. & C. MKRI11AM CO.. rubllcher., SprlDgflelil, Mai., U.K. A. 0 GET THE BE8T, at 1 p. m. j We are glad to learn the insurance company has agreed to pay Virgil Renfrow the full amount fi.r hicli he was insured. living r.iu; ner: had Mr. Ca.-c- y ,js m?a ami contents burned Tues-b- as r oay. The hou-- e belonged to Mr. The Lsadiag Photographer. Matthew. Our people have commenced farmPictupei In Eiery Style and Silt. . ing, but nre greatly hindered by the iSTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged weather. wet A SPECIALTY: We were somewhat surprised at the Studio on Main, betweeu Lewii & boldness of the Herald man in placing his picture in last week's Herald. Daviess Streets, OWENSBORO, KY 87m0 Success to your valuable paper, Mar. 20 Louis XIV. O.A.H.I-- . OINT lrtcnll By uuti- - SUBSCRIBE -- Agenis Wanted! H. A. LOZISIGR&CO,, Wholesale D.mlerF, at once! TJB, lUUNti YOL'H- - t CLEVELAND, O. Siiperior Ht. Ilioliml MniiiitWi, I'rff. JOB WORE' TO And it will receive U.S. DEPOSITORY Owoncloro; Ky. titmm NUIONAl 'V.t"ri,'',Vlri.Prpii BANK SHILOH'S CATARRH Remedy. A positive cure for Catarrh, Diph- theria and Canker-MoutZ. Wayne Griffin h. Sold by Bro. & Dr. Fanner's Capitol Bittwrs elevates all the vital functions giving appetite and strength. A full dose relieves tiain and produces sleep at Vor nli! lu'iinlp. wmiiunin ..;,.!. vatida, and to ward of disease. 32 It For tale by L. B. Bean. GALLON Our dear Sister Royal, wo have piece of our hesitated in writing a feelings and low in the bereavement which now darkens your homo ns you sit in the valley of, the shadow of death. In trying to speak a word of comfort to you, we realize that we are nil iu the presence of all that is not immortal of our friend and brother, W, H. Royal, ami that we aro more in need of consolation than able to rzroxoi.A.rzx353R, Such was our love for Brother For the finett and Hut Art'utie Work, r!''0' any the or ttyle, Ftederlca St. , bthettn K'O'hI that we know he must have um37 3rd and (. world to you, The tears been all the A Great and Good Man. WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO C.Theo.Cain, 275,000. $Act'oiui oi Farms 11 11 Gocurity For Deposits Respectfully, EmbodiesEveryDesirable Improvement m on lime deposits. LAWSON HEHO, ers a (I ' u try SpeciMerchants ally. Interest paid So- ManyExclusivelyItsOwn. Flegantly PINISHE.D SEE OUR i hJ4H'J "it n aunrJAGENT i m IVETErRS r OR .BARNETT VtjOr,r & ROGERS. iteg1 licits your business Cnehlor. A UVEAOENT VANTEUIN tse ygsi w LADIES Lixi SFROM BEDA EVERY TOWN "" llruwu'rinlili ilUcktion, removes ex. htm IJiltt!i r.tvm, rtbulliN tli. ire lirolon ?Inrom oicrwurkorlioiiMliuta nn 1 Needing a tODlo or rhlldren tnnt want butldlac iti, hhiiuld Ink. Murille,iudcur,iuUurU. Ui tliOKcuutaa It Is iili'MiMit I.) InU, rules Malaria, Indlfe. Uon, nud, lUliousiitu. All actlvra keep lt , UnOWS'M llttlN IlITTEnS. Highest (GJ&sJlkt price paid foil pountry produce. Good Passenger accommodations. Same old price for d'O each w(ty Your patronage solicrich and vbor--- $l. " iotr. ited. .. n i. ,,,,. H ni ji iiit ', i TO QWENSBOKO, J. jjl. pmWETT, Proprietor.