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OFFICIAL OROAH OF THE FAR.Y 111 HE ICVK1B COK&EESEIOKAL DISTRICT. TERMS WAUn Annum, In Adr&nsi. $1.25 jaffis. & ncruar. KM CA VOL. IV. llAHTFOKDKY., FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1892. NO. 37. 3nw State Directory (Sntrrnor I. ii iili tiint fmi rimr Harriot) nit-lut- e I, Y, Ilrnwii M. O. Alford IN tillcy Allium) Hi in nil Aiulllor Treasurer ItiglMtrnf I..111.I dill, c Adjutant (Irni rnl Hu W.J. Hemlrick !j C Nonnin ..Henry Haln fl. II. Hwnngii ...A.J. Orim P. Ilininunn -- I. l'lil-li- InMiiu linn 1! (link Pill lit Prllltrr co--it- t: A. A1I.U11111 I! I'nlk .lr.hnrri SEsronr, I. P mul Circuit Court iniirrno llit Mti Mumlny In Mu) itc inlii r. LfiinniiiiiHiKllli'ii LummUMoiii tinier I'lrik Wormy ( I1.1I1UI1 l.illu lo. rsi.p k II Judge Atti.imy til ll. M.i rin csrri.Tsrr eovi.r. J It.- r ' P Hum Jnllrr ( mil untrue d.iirl Limtriii ril, Jnl iwnl l.t P M.irlHi K I. IlllHllII HullriM.I. S (' I ii) lor I 1' I urn. on Moml.) in imli month Iillt ('nun Ik'sIik Ihe j.roinr). Couitof in tnli-r- . iIik .inl Mon.i) In csvr.r. Junimry, In Oi um AVhy is nest Inlieiii'H 4-- 1 The Right Place to Buy Right Goods at Right Prides is I'HOFESSIOXA L IW. 7 jad.) ATTOHNEY Edwin Eowe - . HAHTFOlil), iai-i- AT LAW, KENTUCKY. i.t. . wtMima. PALACE! -- Hiiii Ui,iiili mil ai1j..i llniliiti. (i Htki-- , i IIAUTFOKD. KY. mi r Ainli ron' Ilnmnr.) linn ii laliiliiiitnm Ihrir pnifiinrliiiiliiBlltliitourti ,,nii(ipa nml tonrt ol AppmU jnin tn ruiiinnl I'rmticv.nd tinlJlj James IN V.Caaaltli, K-Y- Attorney at Law, UAItTl-'ORD- , . I III prm tli i Ii'ii profclon In Ohio an rnljoln. :o:- Ingcnnnlm.nnil the court of Appculi, hpMia altantloH given to lollrctiom. onico north ante public tquare. i:. v. oiiFrv. lt GLa.s&c. Monday lol r mul JimlirS ntirt mill I'trunli r, a III tit Id in MhtiIi, June, Si tuiiU-pot il iti.uppoili tin hunt . t 'I nun Mrliiinili-)U inn. Ikultlll toal.tULl Ill lnjlnr i oh- it'll . iii, in, ii,, ii.. is. r J A , l.liimi, II, It, W. II. (I ll, Mluiit i i,ntl,!i-l - J IS I r, 'i. I.I, I. , l,:i. J, i. Uatimn. UuialOLT. (J W I'ayiimoli'ilftlill'. (1'iiry lninitt,7, , 7, 7. i II T lt'iiili r, i, :, 4, .' (.11 i ( IMdu- Miller, ChulliWln, 1. .1, I, I, I. i, i, i. Is now upon us, and Lighter Weight Clothing is in order. You can't put off buying much longer, store is beginning to crowd up with buyers, but we are fully prepared for any crowd, no matter how large. Our stock of new Spring and Summer Clothing is I SPRKWGSallvirLI . it Tl Our hi. Attorneys at Law. Will Oiiffsr as ,r.lki' III In n. i). uiKno. DEEing-o- , unllip, mul l. Uiliiillcn. mil nil IrKnl l,ulnci altral4 Olflee, No. t, oir Andf rnon'a llawar, I.). ullj Hart-ar- l! collie oroiiio .inilmljoiatag Minrmr Court anil Court of Ar- -I Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT HARTFOED, KY. JR. TZ. ",vV"Qd.d.lii8rT LAW, (M,u,kIi.i, howc lieu J II W 1 ll 'I uvlor cnriHiitl.lc. I, I'lllk, IfOll, ii, It, II ii, ii, ii1, II. Kcilvr. I'MillirifiiMalle. - .lljir, I", , ', I'nllr- I'nurlN. P ! tnninliul. JtHklOKt. Kill I. Ilvlil, jll'IfP. ntiMW Ii C Cuimlil, julci'l IflMt'lul -- J.I Mil lull, Judge) iUaii , hiat.hal l'mMlt.-.- N 0 IIkiiIiI, Jn i J lmirlinl. KoiMtinr J I, iA(ilon,Jii,li(i't J iiiHrnhtil Ili.rioHi,- .- II llalrd, Jn lue, U'i-- lx l)lur, iMhlil, Hulling, Ill magnitude, in beauty and in value, while only the finest, and everything is double worth what we ask for it. Suspend the lowest prices? It is because I buy M:iu' Sup uulcr pay cash and sell for cash only. Mai' SufKi.icr lllrni'liui lJci.t 4- -1 II t and in reaeh of all. our prices arc low down cM h mH EH mW H I W0 I Attorney at Law, We handle goods, (Office In Crowder Dulldiug ) Will prndlcn till profeion In all the court, ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notary TlnMl 1'nbllc (lzxe. ZSLxr. Remember this, Will practice lila prorcn.lon In nil Iho Court, af Olilo and mljnnliig countle., nnd In the Court of Appenla. Siiftcial attention slien tn cnllictloo. OHUe, over Williams, Hill X Co' drugstore. P ItlOIIIK., it that I am giving you .... .... . your Suspenders oiIht uiinl) nrti)r . .. Aiiiir llrlltlrinlilit hiil .'liiuir Olllrrt-k- . . Jim- - c J It r. W Pmmlt 11 J tt f Bet llrmlllt It.iKi nsrroros i" Hi'l Ticking..'.. t Cotinti Heavy Cittitn ... . .i)C .t!J,u l'.'U- - Mini's, Sll AI nil's CtllllT ( i, ili . an d '"When this fair ladies you will sae. I know you always think of me." 10c White Goods bought at one-haIflc '20c of what they cost to manufacture. lf 2.-)c Hartford, Ky, I- - A'lTORNEV AT LAW, 8- - ,T5rfJ- Mu lis Stiii r up to 31.00 'I. i:. I'hnri'li.siitilli. " rtn thipl mult InurtliHllti l. Iiipii It inittttli "aI,IuiII.i'Iiii P. K Hot Drc" GomN. d.'ij,ik 'null) mornnik-- . K pHtP,Piiti.r. Beet I'illi.... 'ntiir. I hurrli. HhiiINI c "il liinil d) mill "illlilx hnlUilli.Mnil rrt) "lllnliij Bi',-- Nciillth il) Hert Hnl Tnl.li! cloth lie-inil Linen Tot, eld .... ..'Oc .1.JC .8c mid uii 2s A nice young man, A ituiii'd A tiiiin's A mini's A nun' A with stylish .3Ju .r)0c 1 llmralliHl JiiiI hI ". It .1 ('UtliNIl, firt--t .uiili I ! mi iitnln M. -- I'. t'lmrrli. "rrtiir" .iIiim.Iui ji ini'i liimiiilli Il II II Mi iMiml l'n-mul Piilir -, Sun-,J- lc hat, is surely every ladies pet. hat hilt Aprnu U hue White White While While White Guilds Goods Goods Goods Goods Goods Goods . 5'c "'nC Wllf ii - ,'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.8li 10o i mEmMMi m- ! 1 jU .to $1.00 n vn rd fmirlli iinI. j utvu'tlniki tlniil i'ir) t'lmrrli, (ml riiiiiKml nltlil Mliilli.lnMilnt i in l'lf, Pil ir (n,l Alili' Ilnillt, inifiit niii hrt tilUith.i-liuiiun ., nmriiln.' i:. know it does you good to see your children well dressed. Mothers, Suit., A ('liilil'r- I ) nnl l mi ii:i:n vn, aok : 10 14, SI.OI) lint. hat man's hat . lint 750 $1.09 1.2.-- ) 05 1.88V 1 This is what you must have Hosiery for Ladies. Hose. Hose . . . . DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Ci 8J 10c li iiiitinu'nii .1 Hi I .1 lgjg; iii.tvi:i:x iiiiiix Punt t A CJhil'I's .Suit. l.'jr) l.CU l.'.lS AChililV Suit A C'liild'-- i Suit. A CliiM' Fnit. A ChililV A CltiM's A Chilli's A CuIiI'm Never since Ohio county, has Mothers It will do you good to been a county, have Goods been see vour sons in line clothim? for alf the price you have been sold at such a bargain as at this one-h. Suit Suit Suit Suit . ........ O .rs i2.y, o; A mnii'i A mini's A mini's A man's A uinu'ri A nmiiH hat. li.it hit hat luti . A nun's hat .o. 4.00 Lad Lad 2.1S Lad 2.0:1 Lad 3.07 l.ml 4.50 Lv-5.00 Lad Lad Lnd i Iioje. lliise. Hoe. Hose . UllJU .. . . . Is jircparutl to do nil kinds of Dental work at rensomiblo prices. .12Jc 15c A. 16Jc J. SLATON, M. D., Hne Hose IIoc-o- . . . . . . . . 17c 25c Physician & Surgeon, Funnel!; oi Millwood, now locate 1 at L.ltch-ti- . M, olTers Iks liroreasional serrices to (ho people (iraxmiaii.l adjoining counties. Ofilee la res. we, (tlie Dr. Hadeu propcrtr.) S3I; Lu HilkLisle (not in jot, too early) . Lnd llo-- e All Silk a5c 65c time. paying. 0PLUISVILL and MEMPHIS, wirn IIUMANEIiFFET Sleeping Ceis, KHOM AND TO I.OIUNVIM.IT.niim'IIIS.tH'liKlll'IIN IIAIU IKMIII.illlll MVOIll.KANT, ln Mi'll'ilil. rho time has come, that Ladies want White Goods, Edgings and Laces for trimmings,so come to the store and get prices of such as you want. Kilins I'llgi'lKS A Youth fruit A Youth nut A Youth Miit A Youth biiii . $1.75 2.00 2.50 3.00 4 00 5.(10 When in my store it makes you smile to find out what the Trade Palace does for you. A Pair niAii'B Brojjau . . A Pr.ir man's Urojjnn . . A Pair man's Iirogau . . A Pair mull's llrugnu . A Pair man's Hue ishoes A Pair man's fine Shoes A Pair man's line Shoes A Pair man's line Shoes aud up to , SECRET ORDERS. Cicrri) Maxuell Camp. No. ,13, Department ot Kentucky, Harlord,Kjr., second 8aturday iueacli tuontlial I cm. O. 31. Dili itt, Captain. Jts. I.. Hows, Sergeant, Sons cf Veterans. Cr. .A.. EZ. A Youth suit A Yuiitli biiit IOC UOe .$1.25 1.50 . 1.00 . 1.50 . and up t 12.50 1.00 1.50 . Tort, No. 8, Dvparttnerit ol K.iiliK'k) , inerts evrry third Saturday at I o'clock ., in Court-HousLvltclilleld, Ky. r. Cut J, Wi. mil The Quick and Desirable Route E.lillgr. TO AND I'UOM New York riiiliuMpliiii lliiltiinurii HKhiiiKtun Norfolk Old I'nlnl Cn'tilurt lUclnnniid IIiiIIhIo CIi'SuImiuI TnlOllll CIlilbK" llltllllltHpllllll Hiliugs H'lillKS Killings Killings EdeinuK I'Mgings, the linrst and JEANS PANTS from, 75c to ...'Ac 81.50 at Kuhn's, the only house you ..(i'ic ...7c can get them at your own price. ...41! , H.A.MtSiir, rac.tok tiii-k- IdJ. I'.S. Hruiiiii, Com, 5.00 Cincinnati l.mtinlilc EnBtorn nnd Northoastorn Points mikI VttKittirK lUtiin Iti.nov Nut (Jriouiif Mubilc l.llllu llock Hut Spring mid p:l'tlii in 'i",lTt-iini.Mi.ii,ii tco Toxnf wrliiiiK IOtiUlntni sml tt.u Hunlli nnd .Mcinplili .12k liea)0t ever ,i; nhown in Ohio county ..10c .8u Sizes from hand. ' Look at it! 30 to 52, always on who comes to Good for anyone Moarox I'u.t No. (, Pepa'tinentof Kea meet, mi) baturdiy tefure tli seeoal at nt lOu'clink a, a. in the court-hous- e tnnduy Hartford, Ky. J. C. Cmmmuu, P.C. J. M. ItiiHor, Adj. Kaiin's. oooooooooo nnnonnnnnn jS5gll3?7aS3 " n 1 Thu llto l tliiiruii(?lil iMiuiiKil nnd In cuiulllliin, um1. itiiviilcMtn uim-f in titnu nnd tliromtli i nrs lunt nrrungi'iia-itA khatuhk ii tlin titnn nnd coitwniciitc Kcnrvd ly llit' l.ii'jHril Kxpri'iu TihIiik. Only a kioiitV iiihk Iii'Imcph l.otiUillo nnd .MctnliU,lffil thu bcrt nnd i)iiii'ki'tl leriicu butwvmi tint two citloruvsroflcrcd Hrt-c1nst What is nicer than a stylish pair Old and young come and help of pants on a young man when he Comei me faugh. I have them and will goes to see his sweetheart? to the JLrade Palaceand.it will furgive thenr to you. :S2V nish you a A mail's suit pair out of the immense A man's suit 4.00 S at the Tnido Palace. ; o v CD 3 3- - 2-- A Perfect Succcn. B Til pa? 2 P m tn O 53 S3 OP s- - 2-- co (lull ly Aicrnl u( Ilnm-- r WiHiFroutv.Gcn'l Tlclfl,Tinio-Tiilil- c mul all npi(ini; tu W. l).ini,nr F. I. ON 11 hn Azt..LouisTille. .v & Kv, A A A A A A A A A A i.omsvii.i.r.sr. i.oihn LouisTillSi -- ti:. it. u. lilsij, l'H. .Sii.ftl, t, Louis Texas man's suit man's suit mini's suit suit man's suit man's suit man's su it man's suit man's suit man's suit s , 5.00 ($.00 j stock oi. 1505 pants. A pair of punts... A pair ot p nits. . , A A P-- o CD if u rr n B The Iter. A, Antoloe, of Hefuglo, Tax., wrltef : As far aa I am able to judge, I think Paatox Koordo'i Nerre Tonlo Is a porfeot sueceis. for anyone who suffered from a most palurnl nervousness aa 1 did. I feel Ilka myself ajaln after taking the Toaic 7 OJ S.00 D.O ) ! $1.00 1.30 ,' 10.1)0 , 12 00 1S.IK) A r. Kforvsuit v ..15.00 . , A A 22.0' A A bCIIUlUll.l'. IN IIH'IXT .NOV. 1, SPECIAL: HI to arrnnted ns icjirebcntt'd. U. A pair pair paii pair pair nail pair pair of pants.., of J ants.., of pniit.x. . ot pants. ., ol o 50 ;i 5 P i i I I I n 5 2 9 A Suuduj- - Hcbool Blcbxtaiit, Dorjhoster Nuperluteudeat a KnUorsea It. , do 3.24 :i.7: --2 5- panls.. P 5 -p era CD of pants. . of pants . nf pants and up to ifcif, i I 4.08 5.00 (i.00 Q t? Lf V -- ' -- ' M KS 8.00 .No.il, WKSl'IKIUNl). I.T. IaiuIiIIIp Daily. Ill). H7 . ".riu. pelled to stay at homo on acconnl ot her (f)iileptlo fits) for eight months, but slnoe using l'aitor Komlg'a Nerve Ionic she attends ri Kularly, I think the cure the most remark, ahio 1 have erer seen or heard of. and this tierre Tonlo deserves the hlgli.t eoomliuoa. It baa my fullest endorsement. JOllN A. UESfi, JB, n Narrow A Valimblo Hook Ulaoiise. sen ires io anraaareaa, and ioor patleuta eaa alio ebtala una uiuuicino irw u. viuiim wared by tt. Rer;n4 Thl Be.J baa been suowptsparad und.rbts ilirecUou by the Co., Hd., If arch (, "Dl. A scholar In the M. K. Buuday school (of which I am (superintendent) I know waa com- FREE J Wot I'i'ltit llritiiilcnlitirK Tin n. in. r.ll . in. v,17 u. tn. k .!.') 7.JH fc.17 U p, tn, 1. in III. i. IrliiKt"ii C'loverort 1 ti.llii. lu 1 11.11 IK: in. n. in. in, III. tl.il p. Hi 11) . 1 lln.tii. u . p. lu, IInrtiillc Lelnuirl Ovtrtinliora Mill p. in, in, II p. in in 1. II .Uu.lil, 10 H,OttMllH Ar. Hi nilotkon l.iil p. in, l.J'ip. Up Diiy III, in, Win Kwrnoumt. I.T. Itrniltrnon Ni. u, llAll). 7:13 No.M, Kpottmlllr Oncl.i'iro I.rnriaporl llawtnTillo n. m. 3. l','. Ml 7.17 . in. J J7 p. in. KlTn in. i VS p. Ill, 0 no U.11 tlotfirport Htplicuvort Irilnxton ltrmulruljilrg Writ l'olut Ar. Loiil.Tllle in, 10 01 ii, tn, 1 i'l n. in. 11 iMii. in, ll.'.") , in. tM p, in, l.uu p. in. . i. in. 5 C', 6.1H S 7 7.IV1 p. III, . in- Giving you a few prices of our goods we are sure that you 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, Philadelphia and Boston, we are able to buy goods in larger quantities and at lower prices than any other house can do. We buy strict'y for cash and sell lor cash only, and by trading with us, you can get the best goods in the market, the latest styles and can save 50 cents on the dollar, therefore, come one, come all, t) "Fiif EIIP illIsHwD i eflfs rwm KOENIG MED.CO..Chloago, IIU at 1 per UotUa. IorctiU,Sl7St onottlattorsa. Sold by Druggists OfbrM, p in, 9.1'J p. III, 7 ..II tM 0 p p, in, p. III. DA p. in. ihtniiicd, and ull fiLoAtst at iviitkd in i,r UOlih.HA'lK tKS Out office la I'liliiit Ofbce end wn can ob Pinnule Hit H mu I ali-iin lew lime limn lliiav remote Irom II IsfflAfiYOV MOIifl.. IIUMI'IAV or I IlltIO id imininm c hiUImj a to iwleul AO III A Mi k. iliilit) fiivnl a Iiuiko sssul I' I II ST lvn,c and lefereucea lo ii r mlviiihni ii iirtiiul in m in )imi wn MHtc.Cwunty, tllj or inwii, uriti- - tn I l..vi IMIKH Timlna Kn. Al ntnl No. til mike ul Irvlngtun (Siimluj virrpttd) viltli liuiim mi l.niiii,. U'iMitii II. II., CAt 411. Tlllv, lUrllti.biirv it Imiiml. For fnrtlirr Information, ml, In n II. C, M()ltliUi:,(in. I'VrAK'l. Lniilmillf, K,v. Hartford's rade Palace p . V'immi :cflrwcrvi:M r ''ii'i TUB bbOiD, bs Olttte 'InthmtituH. D U Wcakneas. TO Malaria. . dhrasUoo ao4 medidut It "ttn-- iron rrrrpi s. cures at '.:! ly. Kor sale - ail dealers b genuine. th rJ 0EP andWblskeyHiMta cured at lioiao with. outpnla. lioolcof rap. tleulan tent FBEK. Ii.M.WOOLLEV.M.n. 3iv. 22Z-.S3:T,xoprietor. BROWN'S IRON BITTER1 ALMAKAO Vor 1W Contain! One llMuilred Kectpea for rnak. I hi: delicious Candy cheaply and quickly athoine. ThU book la glveu away at drug uud goncral store. ROCKPORT. nnd then though they nre sometimes varied by HARTFORD COLLEGE. i t i , such unpleasant incident ns"too jolly" II. J. Young went to Evnnsvillo L3!X3Gj0k passenger or tho necessity of leaving Quarterly Report ol tho Gon- - this week. O0l If A- PUnMSIIKD KVKRV FRIDAY MOltMNQ. Il'-l'"f- l 'rcno ttirm, limno Z Misses Jnckson nnd Woodson were r ,M"v7' ' sorao of their friends behind in tho care B )ll.ulric.l,..ila! Aiiri'iniim ; oral Avoraeo ot tho StuI'U'iy l.nottii ici.mly, I ........ tyr n incmil i. ,u..0 inmcli ! in Bcnver Dam Saturday. . of the "City Hotel" no such misfor-- he HIiiiwi? Itll.J ullll.lll.... i J cur '..l.l J. II.. B donts of tho Colloglato JO.n,It. ROnRHW. llMlinrinii.lPronrlrlnrt. v. im uiivn (ii'iiiiiriiUiiJf ui nARSKiT,) is predicted for this D. F. Gibbs, Rochester, is in town, tunc, however, Dopartmont,Third occasion. Owensboro is full of Dr. Lnyton nnd wifo entertained Torm, Ending FRIDAY, AI'HIL 15, 1892. pie shopping preparatory to tho quite n number ot their friends Mon. . .. f lit It ii tin. I iiiuii.m..!!..,. i . t ....w..vt,ivMiiiMMiii t I... . March 25, Z or. lirurMiy ucontincml nmvJiMrniH'UUriUMUU 1 it touU ilorsumou." hration of Easter. Many of our nier day evening, April tli. Somk of Hartford's Blind Tigcre 1892. '7,iriK.UVjri huntlrtthtfiuch testimonial chants had openings last week nnd no Mrs. Virgil Wnrden is visiting linvc sufficient uc of tlicir optics to . .ft !.(. A I.IU ifIII.dim'. iiiiiiii...t ash ...i (it ipi. aiirtiiririBi ..inr if. a..im ...t. . i i iit. doubt tho fortunate sight-seer- s relatives in West Point and Louis on g ... . a r..atkt..l ... (lit It ' lli .1 Maximum, 100; minimum, 0. It walk the streets and catcli utisuspcct-iu' .v en ., 1VI.I1..1.1.11 11. i:m . u Ms. vi An; . v v. . net it cheaper than ever before. Hot Easter morn will behold such visions is hoped that every patron of the villi. (?) victims. i:t:.:;..- ..uiiiimiii mini Mrs. 11. D. Hunt left Monday on uud cold, high nnd low, dear and ofloveliness.all bedecked with flowers, Collego will rcccivo n copy of these L. P. LlxrLi: has appointed cheap at tho same time, buch is Inccs and streamers ns to make him reports: Juimik the "Rescue" for Rochester. I W. G. Ilardwick to (ill out the unexMessrs.Robertson nnd Duko, Evans-villDemocratic roa'oning with which that wonder if this is not tho first fair EasEvn Pirtlo 07, Idn M. Duke 07, A. V pired term of Circuit Clerk Clarence party comes to the American farmer ter now celebrated by Seraphs on F. Stanley 07, Z. II. Shults 07, Berwere in town this week. The appoint-jneIlardwick, deceased. R. C. Grcimon, Washington, D. kUJUJu and asks for his suffrage. But thfc high. If thcro is anything that tho tha Felix 00, L. R. Barnctt 00, W. is nn eminently proper one and people know these sophistries of old churches of our city thoroughly re- H. Rhoa Is 00, Luln Johnson 00, E. C, wns in town on tho 8th. but voices tho wishes of the good peo- and "are not deceived by thorn. Tho cognize, it is the influence that good Cook 05, Richard Foster 05, Owen Chns. Robertson wns in town Friple of Ohio county. Billie is one of masses are becoming too intelligent music bus upon a congregation. An Williams 05, Verda Duko 05, J. L. day, visiting rclnlives nnd attending the best and most deserving young to bo misled by Democratic compaign instance of this kind was taken note Brown 05, U. C. Barnctt 04, Lula to business. -men in our midi-t- . Rev. Gentle had two children that methods, for among other things they of a fow Sundays ago. A rather Milligan 03, W. II. Barnes 03, Rob-emiserly old gent who did notbelicvoiu Nelson 03, M. P. Kimbley 03, J. ate polk ri5ot Monday evening. They Tin: Louisville Cmmcrcial says: remember the "triumph of ljing." aiding n congiegatioti whoso opinions L. Elmore 02, Emma Williams 02, wcro quite sick for n time, but nro wool on the free "The bill putting PLEASANT RIDGE. did not coincide with his awn, attend- Mabel Hubbard Ei.hi:. 01, lit passed the House byn party vote. April 13. The Baptists of this ed one of the first churches recently. J R. McAfee 01,02, J. II. Barnes 01, out of dnnger. m Ruth Coombes hold that n protecThe Strayod place met nt St. Marks on Sunday When the ushers started around with W. E. Morton 01, Siddie Davidson 00, tive duty is n bounty paid to the last nt 10 o'clock n. m., according to their contribution boxes, this gentle-mu- n Sophia Davidson 00, A. R. Ren fro w From my farm, known ns the of protected articles that gives previous appointment. The object of plaeo, no.tr Rome, Daviess was sitting voiy stiff nnd upright, 00, Emma Silas Tichenor 00, them n great advantage and makes which was for the committee to report, but when a county, one inaro and three mules young lady of the choir Fair 00, Stella Thomas 00, B. also which hnd been appointed nt n prethem rich. The Tho umro is brown nnd supposed to nroso and rendered n most beautiful C. Gibson 00, A. Johnson 00, clnim to be the special fiitndsof the vious meeting for the purpose of solo, his henrt melted, nnd by the Fannie Render 00, A. L. Coke 80, bo about 11$ bauds high. One h.iy farmer, and yet, by this bill, they de- making necessary arrangements prior time he wns wnited upon, ho was in Snllie Quiscnberry 80, Byron Barnes inulo, 2 years old, and about 11 h.inds lliixing bought tho I.ivory Mushier of K. W. Tin, lor, I wish to inform the prive him of the protection on bis pro- to the orguni.ati.iii of a Baptist Church high. Two mules, each 8 unirs till, the mood for freely giving. 80, A P. Thomns 80, Ida Render public that I will do a gouor.il I.ivory, S:ilo and Feed busline nt tho duct, but leaves tho manufactures, at this place. The meeting was callThe result of the recent State Con- 88, Mattic Bennett 88, Minnie Rowc ono a sorrel 1 II hands high, tho old Maud, and also keep on baud 151'GGIKS, WAGONS mid whom they are continually denounce ed to order by Bro. Jerry Barnhill, vention nt Louisville seems to bo sat- 88, Mary Smith 88, Chas. Ellis 88, other rather pony built. Any inforI )on't CARTS of tho latest and most apprnnul make. '' nig as robbers, still protected. The who by unanimous consent was isfactory to the mass of Republicans Anna Hawkins 88, Salla Crawford mation concerning tho nbovt stock-wil- l forgot that tho Hartford Transfer is Mill to tlm front in farmers may well pray to be saved made chairman. The committee who attended from this place, aud 87, Hugh Bailey 87, Cori'niio Cox 80, bo liberally rewarded. behalf of thudruuiuu'rnud traveling public, l'lo.iso from such fi lends." reported adversely on account of not now we nre glad to note that the "po- Chas, Biker 80, Maggie Davidson 80, Address, C. L. Ji:x.vixn, Homo, Ky. givo mo a call TURKU TRIPS DA1I.V. Tin: Hartford Herald, the Courier-Journ- al being able to procure the services of litical pot" boils Ies furiously since the E. Tracy 85, Ella Herring 85, Horso3. buggies and wagons for salo or hlra at all times. Spocla and other papers over the Dr. Coleman, and other ministers "days of danger, nights of waking" Sanderfur 85, Lena Carson 85, attention givon to all stock ontrustod to my caro. N. A. State that take more to noise than whom we desire to be with us. So are o'er. Mamie Ros 84, D. F. Boll 84, Etta Yours Very Respectfully, cons-cu- t the organizaThomas 84, R. E. L. Simmermnti 84, truth have been circulating a story by unanimous ISTLjID. O. Xj KCartforei. IZZy"- unMuhlenberg County. Maggie Stevens 84, Laura Render 83, which is cither a wilful misstatement tion of the church was postponed a in May to suit Central Cilj ItrpuMican. Ella Cox 83, L. N. Burns 81, James or a piece of gross and inexcusable til the 1th Saturday It was our plasure last week to Sanderfur 81, W. D. Moore 81,Willic when they say that not one their convenience. ignorance Superintendents Rogers nnd Ellis meet Wood Tinsley, of Hartford, at Collins 80, Susie Bowman 80, Lod-lorof Ohio county's delegates io the re He is met at this place Monday, April 4th, the Louisville Convention. Truman 80, Artie Bennett 80, cent Republican Convention was n .mAGE and succeeded in uniting the two the man who told about a storm Carrie Wccrner 80, Wayne Griflin !'-DOES HE colored man. S. M. Taylor, one of lowhich struck his locality some time Florence White 80, Ada Porter county's brightest and best edu- school districts joining hero, nnd Ohio 80, school building ago and which ho said was so severe 70, C. Field 70, Nola Her 70, Harry cated colored boys, nnd one of whom cated n site for n new blew a cat through a tree, Roberts 70, Oma Westcrfield 78, l the county is justly proud, was a del- nt Pleasant Ridge. This is but un that it a convenHITCH HIM TO who Kimbley 77, Edna Grifliu 77,Nnn-n- io egate, and the man who started this outgrowth of the interest aroused by proving it by saying to those successful working of Prof. I. S. were present that they ull knew that Thomas 77, Annie Fojle 7G,Mnry groundless rumor had no excuse, the Mason's select school and his indefat- a tallow candle could be shot through Smith 70, Evn Miller 70, Jessie whatever, for his statement. HfgdEspeciallyForEXERCISI N G andSpEEDING. igable efforts in the educational n plank, to which nil agreed, Gov-cuMorton 70, Susie May 74, Elvn Mor... fc The Democratic majority of one work. Our town is now on n perBuckner aud Judge Bennett ton 73, Joseph Bozarth 72, P. L Pronounced By HORSEMEN To Be in the House does manent educational boom, mid the hearing of the story each sent Tinsley hundred nnd fifty Berkshire 72, R. D. Walker 72, R.A. SULKY CART IN Use TheMost & not dare to repeal the Protective Pol- people are anxiously aw.iitiug tho erec- n check for five dollars, saying that a Westcrfield 72, Belle Hesson 72. Whalebone StocKv wanted. icy, and in view of this fact the boasts tion of the high school buildingand man who could tell such a yam nnd Henry Weinsheimer 70, Enunett -QurBeautiful ( ?. W, T. MoKENNEY,' ? by Free Trade organs of" woe to Prothe opening of school next September. then prove it by such nn assertion Cox 70, A. M. Smith (50, Samuel tection when the people shall again Superintendents Rogers nnd Ellis to bo paid for it. Hesson 00, Ira Bozuth 00, G. 1). && CATAL9GUE N.Y. liJtrf'HVUW interesting and control," is idiotic and silly. The gave the school The Miihtcnlvwr. BenNettie Wcsterfield 05, Prof. J. D. Coleman, the young- nett Democracy claims that the people encouraging talks April 4th, also BEAVER DAM, KY. 00, May Hes-n- n 03, against the Melvinlcy Bro. B. A. CuudifF lectured in tho est son of Dr. J. S, Coleman, of Hart- Lulu Miller 00, Lillie McGee 00, rose YYT'll lc in liis oliicc fiom the first Bill; now, why don't tho House carry afternoon on "Science ns Taught by ford, has accepted a position in the M. II. Collins 58, Lida Morton IT to the loth of each month. Of--t city schools of Frankfort. It will be Fannie Ham 53, John May 50, tico over U.ink. All work gunr.ni out this opposition bolstered up by the tho Bible." lamp And a J&? ' tee d. Prices reasonable. 77ff7WTWVftn i :.. :, remembered that Prof. McIIenry "triumph of lying?" The is truth no Miss Anna Hunter has just return mus; dc simple; win 11 u ii'ji.wese Frank Bishop 50, A. C. Yeiser 40, :ilii. doubt found in the fact that they are ed from u pleasant visit to friends in Rhoads was called to the position of George May 45, Zenia Massie 27. nut good. Pintle, Juautir.it, o. .; Ti. 4 tti'ius mc. n much, but to sie " 1 ..c 1. chester" Superintendent ot the same schools Enola Westerfield 25, Lawtou Klein afraid to destroy the prosperity of the Hartford All metal, Vg??wffiy will impre s tl e truth more forcmiy. hen 20, Henry Nail 12, Mary Klein 12. some tune ago. bo it goes. built up under wise protec people, Prof. I. S. Mason's class in orations tou"ii and '"amies?, nnd made h ttircc pieces crly,K3W3J$p o tive laws. A system oftunfl for will entertain Friday night at the Western Kontucky wants a first-cla- ss it ie?.4nvV r.f"."iHil 'mnrftih.lilt. I.ici? Al.lfliiin's CLASS DISTINCTION. r, she sends to Central only never has brought anything closing of the first term often weeks. of old, it is indeed a "wonderuil lamp." f r us (See Catalogue pago 10.) li.'it is purer and bns'itcr t'mn nis luln, Kentucky for him, aud when the but disaster to the American people, II.U.I.YJOIIN. FIltST DISTINCTION. softer than electric light and more cheerful thnn ci.hcr. nothing else now. a first class teacher, and it would bring Blue Grass wants EvaPirtle07,Ida M.Duke 07.A.F. fortlii'ttiiap Tim Rociirstrr. . nu.l t is lUle 5011 ant (end tj t JT iuw t J U 'c louli The people don't waut it and the she sends to Western Kentucky for Stanley 07, Z.H.Shultz 07,Bertha PARADISE. I U ua vtuul a I rr(imfclv tic t ""! til e Democracy has found it out. Hence, varictitil' i"it ic li,eit tMinf&to'tinilie h 01,4. April 11 tli. Joseph Fox, of Silver him. L. R. Bamett OO.W.II.Rhoads UU( JIKijTl.ll LA.HI CO., ! I'arU Piece, Kcvv VorK VtT their "do nothing policy." City, New Mexico, arrived in town Dr. J. S. Coleman occupied his 00, Lula Johnson 0G, E. Cook 05, lust Monday, having been called to pulpit nt tho Baptist Church last SunR. Foster 05, Owen Williams 05, ji hrss Tjii: meeting nt the Baptist Church the bed-si- de 'v of his brother, who is day, morning and evening. The Doc- Verda Duke 05, J. L. Brown 05. closed Wednesday night atter a con- very low with catarrhal pneumonia. tor has been suffering tor some months HIX'OXD IlIvnSCTIOK. Notwithtinuance of nine days. Bud Wallace, of Rockport, was in with bronchitis, but is some better U. C. Harnett 04, Lula Milligan . .,? standing the great obstacles against town last Sunday. Susinsss College- now. Tho morning sermon, espec03, W. H. Barnes 03. Robert Nelson I y which the meeting his had necessan-allThe He 03, M. P. Kimbley 03, J. L. Elmore aie very much rejoic- ially, was a powerful effort. to contend, the effort was crowned to see the river rising so rapid- - preached from the text; "Ye are 02, Emma Williams 02, Mabel HubSeveral ly- ed with reasonable Micces. Christ's" and for over an hour he held bard 02, J. II. Barnes 01, J. R. Mc i.j'w-- 'n conversions and reclamations and D: Dr. II. L. King, of Centertown, his large congregation Afee 01, Ruth Coombes 01, W. E. cMit additions to the church were n- - called to see II. C. Fox last Sun- Dr. Coleman is unquestionably one llic3, n ',.3.G,LC1I3S CTniCTLY Solid Tlr3 Morton 01, Siddie Davidson 00, Soo HU. 1, -, f.r.nn uir.N rnAnr. nmong the trims. the peo- day. of the most powerful pulpit orators in phia Davidson 00, A. R. Renfrow 00. Solid Tires, Pe4xn Ho. 2, Cushion Tires, Co. i, C2uc-iib!- o ple of Hartford have li.ul an opporHurry Moore went to Hutford Kentucky. We may differ from him Silas Tichenor 00, Emma Fair 00, -. $0.- 03 tunity of listening to one of the ablest last Sunday to vi-- it iclatives, he said. in opinion, but we cannot help admir- Stella Thomas 00, B. C. Gibson 00, . . " Cjfhion Tires, ff No. 3, Ladies' Solid Tires, Ho. 4,0, series of sermons ever delivered in E. V. Milligan, of Hartford, was ing tho fearlemness with which he A. Johnson 00, Fannie Render 00. $t)S.OO faii.uu Asw. J Rev. Sallee left jesterday in town Inst week. Hnrtford. OUR M. II. m preaches the truth as he understands Nobotto, tor Henderson, carrying with him the CqsMoii Tires of parentheit. We will say by way ADABURGH. MEETS ALL DAILY XR friendship, love and prayers of a host PALLS OF ROUGH. ffQXxlL'sxi jnachlno mado nt sis, that the safest way to . avoid his April 10 Rev. D. E. Barrett, of Willis Green is nble to be out, G. of friends he has gained dining his warrantca any prlco. conclusions is to deny Ins premises, .McIIenry, and W. D. Cox, of Cory- short stay with us. While Dr. Cole B. Smith is quite sick. ALL V.VRTS for his premises once ndmitted, his don, are conducting a i erics of meet1 Col. L. Green made u business trip man has, if poible, moro firmly enBicycle Catalogue Free. Intercliange iugs at Mt. Moriah Schoolhouse. conclusious are overwhelming. . " vy7 I b Vv h w deared himself to his little flock here, to Louisville last Thursday. More interest in religion is maniOnNTES TO ALL. -Thomas Bond, of Louisville, is for whom he has labored so earnestly fested theie than for many years. k ROSINE. nnd faithfully. May he live long to peeling tan bark near here. Ho has ATOMS R. R. Wedding is making prepara- 25 sculs have been happily condo good in the world. several hands at work lor him and fl MANUFACTURERS, DOTON, MASS. verted to God andtho interest is inS will furnish employment to all who tions to build n hotel on thoVanoitlot. " , r , , , ' ' f r '"" ' ' rt 'it'illUki,fti. I creasing. The preachcrsbelong to theM. Mm Li..n: Vai.ki:h, daughter of e When tho building is completed, may wnnt to woik. E.CIiurch, South, and nre very zealof Judge E. Dudley Walker, will look more natural. Timber work seein3 to be on n ALIKE. ous in the cause of tlicir Master. this place,isan applicant for a position Jim Peach has bought Dr. L. T. boom. Barfield it Mushroo have on tho Woman's Committee to be np. They will protract the services until bought nearly all the timber withiii Cox's property. the 17th when they will go to Ralph's SPECIAL pointed by Kentucky's Board of ComMiss Sallie Thomas is quite sick. ATTElNTION 4 miles of this place. Tuttle & Woos-le- y missioners of the Columbian Exposifrom Chapel or Taylor Mines. returned L. P. Crowdcr landed here with their flat boat Given to the Traveling I. T. Cain. tion, and we do trust that she may lut Saturday. Rumor says they are Louisville Monday. be successful, knowing that she is well (Jims. Sullenger, nfter a short Mis. Public. running the Falls of Rough Packet. 1. 1' Iltki tRi), I'rvM. educated and would reflect great Jvo. II. IlAKWI, Caillll. Good business is being carried on at visit to Mrs. Whittinghill, returned She credit upon herself and Stnte. to her home Monday. s. the axe handle factory and rare attainments and occupossesses Some of the ladies and gentlemen Of tho Condition of the Miss Roia Morris, of Louisville, is pies u most enviable position in the of tho town nro expecting to have depot agent at this place. Her writings nre literary world. On lut Monday night our little some "furnto theatricals" soon. copied in various papers nnd maga A dance was given by the young town was thrown into a fever of excitezincs of tho United States, nnd she gentlemen of Rosine last Saturday ment over the storm that was raging. has earned tho name of "Tho Sweet The galo was so hard that many peo- night at J. Riley's empty store. A Singer of the South." She desires the and a ple rose from their beds, thinking great number wcro present At the Close of Business place, too, because it will furnish her grand success. The visitors in attenDec. 31, 1891. their lives nnd property were m dann broader field to pursue her literary Dr. ger. Two hams belonging to Cash dance were the "Horton party," Her face, sketch and umbition. Evans-vill- c. mlr RESOURCES. Wilson were completely destroyed. Felix, Olaton, and A. Roman, SEg& ra mimic productions of hers will appear Loans and Discounts. . . .837,064.28 Wm. Chancellor ocThe house that in magazines and books now in prep3,000.00 Rev. Bennett filled his regular ap- Real Estate cupies would have been unroofed had Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 aration, nnd she now enjoys the disMethit not been tied down with ropes dur- pointment Sunday night nt the Cash on Hand nnd in other FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, tinction of being requested by tho As FOR CHIUS odist Church. ing the storm. 25,800,27 Banks first-clas- s visi-te- d Press for the privilege of Mrs. E. D. Gulfy, Hartford, A new comer made its appearance PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL publishing the fame in the various her mother last Saturday. $07,370.55 DISORDERS, tho residence of Wm. Chancellor embracing at papers of the CENTS FOR SALC BY All. DRUGGISTS. Btrrnu Sweht. LIABILITIES. a few days ago. It's u girl. the principal cities of tho country. 825,000.00 Capital Stock Paid Wild Him.. med.co. st.louis mq. Prepared by richakdsok-tayl- cr 802.31 We feel that we ure warranted in Reserve Fund .S. JILiLXM " Now Tariff Documents. SXiZ.TT'.. 2.250.00 Surplus Fund saying that she has not a superior in ctra- - jz zrrtnsz- n OWENSBORO NOTES. Three admirable documents liavo Doposit Account 30,258.24 " B S - 3 il a "n e: I B'S a'B in tho State, nor is there one better .njnjr..B'nM 3 B April 11. Tho remains of Mr. just been issued by the American ' ' T fitted to discharge tho duties or adorn Wm. McIIenry, of Hnrtford, were Protective Tariff League. ;PP 807,370.55 , UV) U Uti3 vLpyatll'd S the position she seeks. No. 10, "Farmer and Tariff" is a laid to rest at Elm wood ycsteiday afJohn II. Baiinks, Cashier. lo o. a l.tio v..t'.int .na littlo I couu'li lift (l.iuircroua3j revision of un article, which .. r- -. . .. . complete .. . - ,.r .i.t 1. IV UIH'UltlttlL'HI 011 ll.l Tlllllr .IIU too 14...IIU l.nII into Consumption IJ10 Subscribed and sworn to before me, Tin: IloiiMj has passed a bill placing ternoon nt 1 o'clock, Tho funeral proved very popular in 1888. often huh lungs and f.ir nruli services were conducted by Rev. E. "Free Trado this January 1, 1892. No. 53 is entitled wool on tho free list and were it not fiidi In Ucuthr IV011I0 Eullciing fiom Asthma, j ?xrr' " t 'jstciKi Ilionchltia. rucuniouu nml Consumption will all, nnd Protection United E. Pate, and n large number of peo- England ReShelby Taylor, D. C. O. C. for a Republican Senate and u tell you mac publican President it would become u ple wore gathered to witness the last Suites." embraces the icportaof the No. 54 or"JTSTARTEOWITHAGOLD."! law, thus dealing a deadly blow nt sad rites over this eminent man. Minority of tho Ways and Means Wo tako plcasuro in submitting Can you nfTord to rxpglLCt it? Can yon triflo! one of our great national industries. This wns the second interment of the Committee on the bills to put Wool, this our first annual statement to tho nun 00 Bcnuua u uuuii-i- ' 1 nu yuHiiwqrt) llini I day nt Elmwood. Bagging public. We hnve now as snfo a de- Binding Twine nnd Cotton The object of this lull according to as any in the Stnte, nnd Owing to tho death of Dr. Kelloy's on the Free list. The document pubits friends is to give to tho "bloated," the business of firms, corporathe League now embrace for CourIis, Colds nnd Consumption ia lieyond quustlon tho Rrcatost of nil "thieving," "protected" iniiiiufiict-ui- es little daughter there were no services lications ot numbers all of which will tions and individuals. Special atModern Upmcdics? It will ston a CoukIi In 0110 niiilit. It will chock a Cold in fifty-fou- r 1 euro Consumption if taken cheaper raw materials Is it nt Settlo Chnpel on Sunday. a day It will prorent Croup, rellovo Arthma and 2.") Exchaugo bo sent to nny nddrcss for fifty cents. tention to collections. cent lott!o may ynr time, " You can't aiToid to bo without it." A Many will go tomorrow on tho Lapossible, the Democracy has begun Address Wilber F, Wakenmu, bought and sold on tho principal I Is a home with "The Ail; vour ilrucubt for ft. r wi it. Happy and content hilU nmv fiavo vour llfo inft in dies Aid Excursion to Louisville. Gcn'ISec'y 135 West 23d Street, cities of tho United States. Now Yolk, lor Iiook. n ..WW...... w"., of tho mornlne. . w 4.1 llnnifini - Pn . 4I- Wnt l.,. .. ; a lamp with the litht legislating for the hated manufac" John II. Barnes, Cashier. - u iJ oraiuiainiaiBiHiaiBiaiBiaifieaiaio c b a u u hisib h cb Bin.L'iB.L Cttitocues, write Rochester Lamp Co.,NewYork. turer, nnd agaiust tho much loved (?) Thee excursions are very cujoynble, Now York. Hartforcl Republican farmer! No, no, say they, - - with n show of cflrontcry, possessed only by tho leaders of tho Democrat-- ' ic party and their willing tools, they t set about explaining to tho farmer thai i would get more for his wool-cli' with free wool than ho would with a duty on foreign wool. In ' farmer will get a higher price for the wool ho sells, nnd strange to say, his friend, the manufacturer, will I .''y J Jlh-j'irWVyXvl- 'I' cele-short,- thc im mmmm. . .a m . . 1 1 fiIi'' .Is kmim c, Or nt rt 'ifil1 free-trader- s pro-duee- is Mc-Mt- irty free-trade- rs ft ,, FIEIiB, Fiopzietox. ;-- Ra-chi- o A New Line. d We have added to our stock full lino of Carpets, running1 from the cheapest to flffl&YyAHQRSE? Ia mv Not Mn-bo- or rjtfPfWS the finestBitussiOLLS. Housekeepers will iind this ience. They can get THE GREAT Carpets at home. Call and see them. All I 5H0WSS? perfect ENc0HlM? IIockeii sso GAS EBIEHE- - X'nts rifrtQN DENTISTS ' JJV'' "Seeing Is Believing jel .,....,...:....... 0Mm ni WvUus 75jbs 5Xs.(Zl rrar-velo- Co. rev-cnu- horse-traiue- l'c ir v.' K3JiSLGsaa Mia yr?o ... !W.r log-me- n FAST LINE piE;?:iii LGVGLL spell-boun- :r :C:J uY LLI-iD- JJe.-nle.- fn.-..o- "1K 'BUS CASEBIER'S PRICE EMS KW fy' -- 1 ftryh. nn .TOIIT faasr I. LOVELY ,.r V $S5.00 CO., -- Ro-sin- " -- , ' saw-mill- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK Also keeps a sUoi iji-5tji..- n liefer Wm ft MAUR5AL "" BSIT Vi DOTR 4S5E3 TAYLORS Liver and Feed Siable. where j a joii can have jour Horses Fed, and get the hesi of rigs da.y mx-v,- wm wnnnni 1 :: 1 or night. i Leave ders with jour V. so-ic- it DR. ACKER'S ENCLSSH Dnr-inr.- &emHKf? REMEDY c-.-vo 1 . ttjl y FAIR BROS, ( (ft CO'S If you want new Stylish Millinery goods, visit licndijunrters Anderson's Iinznnr. For Dress goods, Dresi trimmings Linings, buttons, Ac, visit Anderson's Bazaar. Folks from the North, South, East and West arc seen flocking to Fnir Bros. itC'o.'s Store. To dicer, exhilarate and comfort your wile, huy tier n fine dress and hat at Fair Bros. & Co. When you coino to town Monday lcavo your horse with CaschierA Bur-tofor good reed and attention. We most cordially extend nu invitation lo all to pay us n visit. Faiii Ukos. & Co. Wo keep no hnits for farmers, straight goods and honest prices. Fa lit Blips. & Co. Ladies wanting corsets, undervests, linec, kid gloves, handkerchiefs, &c, can he supplied nt Anderson's Bazaar. Caschicr it Burton will rcccivo a lot of new huggics next week. Call and see them before buying elsewhere. need n Buggy nnd IIornes, or Cart nml Harness, bo sure to call and examine C. L. Field's stock. il PERSONAL. Loin McIIonry Dnnvillo. us Monday. TOWN TATTLER. to seo has returned W$ gig J. J. Tilfrrd, Rosino, tailed to Owing to the fact that our trade has been lor the last three weeks so great that an opportunity for proving to the people that we are leading in every line, has been denied us. We conic to the front this morning by ottering you 10c. bleach domestic 4-- 4 wide at 8c. 12 ic bleach domestic at 10c. 20c bed ticking warranted to hold feathers at loc. 25c turkey red table linen 20c. " 20c. 25c pure linen " 10c crash at 05c. 1q, Brown cotton at (He 7c prints at 5c. 20c cotton jeans 15c to 18c. 30csatines, to close, atl2ie. These arc only a few of our bargains. it us for prices and largest selections. If you E. W. Taylor returnod to Hartford Wednesday. E. S. Payne, Calhoon, called to seo us Monday. John Brrass, Taylor Mines, win iu town Tuesday. Prof. Jo. P. Poolo, Rochester, wns in town Saturday. Col. J. S. R. Wedding wjnt to Rosino jcsiorihiy. Hob" Taylor, Btuvtr Dam, was iu town Sunday night. Mis. Ora Collins, Owenaboio, is visiting Mits Snra Collins. Miss Jessie Mosloy rertuuod from Pleasant Ridge Wednesday. James Whittinghill, Rosiue, is visiting Mrs. C. H. Sullenger. Mrs. C. B. Sullenger spent a few days last week visiting in Rosino. E. P. Moore nnd C. 1). Sullenger, returnod from Evnusvillo Monday. Charles T. Mot.ker, G loenvillc, was in town Tuesday and Wo Inesdiy . Mr. J. Edwin Itowo, of Hartford, is in the city. Owensboro Mo3sen-g- r. improved both spiritually and morally, nnd with n low more such meetings, Hartford can bo classed among the most religious towns iu the state, which is very gratifying to her many inhabitants. Not long ngo nt one of tho Sunday Schools n teacher of ono of tho classes during tho recitation had occasion to nsk the class which they had rather do stand on n block of wood 12 inches square or walk twenty miles. Ono of tho students quickly replied: "I'd rather walk twenty miles, nnd, now, which had you rather do; stand on that block or sit on a sharp rail?" The Tattler heretofore has been silent ns to the condition of the plnnk-walk- s of our town, but on witnessing what happened Tuesday night ns somo Indies were returning from church, ho wishes to make some kind of n remonstrance, however, small it mny be. Brush was thrown ncross tho walk, making it almost impossible for any lady to pass along without cousid-erablinconvenience. o Since tho revival meetings began in our town somo five weeks ago, many souls have been saved, and altogether tlio town has been greatly ANDERSON'S BAZAAR Has piles and stacks of New Goods and more are ar- riving dailty. :0: Vis- igpRESS GOODS We play second on the fiddle to no one in the line. We have the stock, that is telling who is selling the Dress Goods in Ohio county. Our line of trimmings, such as silk, velvets, braids, laces, cheffon, jet ornaments, buckles, etc., are beautiful. Everything matched in the latest manner. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. Never before have we had a more tory trade. Our line being twice as large as any in Hartford, no one can come and go awav without making a purchase. IlatS are the niOSt Stylish, OUr prices the. lowest, . Visit, us; MISS FOSTEK will take . . . great pleasure in giving you something able in style, price and quality. JJring us your feathers, eggs and wool. The highest price always paid. A writer in the New York Truth says: "I wish that some lenrnrd man would write n book on 'The Swelled Head; Its Causo and Cure.' If the hook should bo what the name implies I would agree to take 20 copies myself, and solicit orders from my friends. The twenty copies I would mnil to as many people of my acquaintance who are afllicted with the diseaso in its worst form, for it has never raged with anything like the severity thnt has marked .its course this winter. And why is it thnt people in artistic callings are more njit to be stricken with it than those iti commercial per-su- it? I think it is becnuse the work satisfacof the former appeals to women, and Col. C. M. Barnett, Owensboro, consequently four nml nil Republicans but two. puts them in the way of visited his family near Beda SaturWho can heat thut record? the enervating and day, returning Sunday evening. delightful female flattery. But why j Davis has purchased Ge..rKo d. Mrs. P. M. Drnne, Wavorly, Tonn.,, is it that the swelled head. is a sign of iu !,,cbarbcr OuriJ,nck is visiting lier sister, .Mrs. U. It. limited attainments, and rarely atBtiop of smith & Uuin, ami the new Martin, who bus been sick tacks men who have achieved real success? firin of Davis ACmn are prepared to for some tune past. It may bo that swelling takes the placi of brains." Moses R. Glenn, ono of tho pop8iv17'u"-',7-ny-tim Dr. W. M. Carter, Optician, will who was once a stu- - ular editors of tho Central City , suit-ide- m or iiartroni College ami a gen. Herald, wns in town this week, anil be in Hartford, Ky., nt the Hartford made us n pleasant call. House on April 18, 19 and 20th. He eral favorite among his associates, Inn C. L. Jennings, Rome, Daviess examines the eyes for nil errors of retaken a position as bagage-iu.ist- er wns in town Monday, fraction. Tho public is invited to on theN. N. it M. V. Railroad. county, Ky.. hunting somo stray horses. He call on him. Examination free. "Lex" one of the best horses Case-bie- r called to eo us while hero. C. L. Woodward nndG. T. Tins- Clothing, (lats, Cups, Ladies and loy, Cuntertown, wero in the city Gents Fine Shoes to be sold at slaughter prices for the next two weeks, at Saturday. Prof. U. D. Ringo, or tho Hartford Fair Bros, it Co. Herald, is in tho City. Owonsboro Call and sec the handsome dress Messenger. good, the magnificent Laces, the Mrs. J. M. B:irncltand Miss Anna startling alltict iu trimmings, tlio lovely Patterson returned from Indianapohats, at Fair Bros, it Co. lis yesterday. Miss Muttio Taylor, Liberty, was On Monday, Drs. J. E. and E. B Pendleton performed a very difficult the guest of Miss Verdo Taylor, tho operation for Jack Smith by removing first of tho week. Miss-- Emma Ryan, Schochoh, a cataract from his right eye. visited Miss Burthn Gibson Sunday, For tho next 10 days we will pay returning .iionuny. OOcts. cash for sound white corn, for Tom Casebiur bus gone to Muhsound mixed, 45cts. lenberg county, to malio a crop. J. W. Foiii) & Co. Success to you Tom. Since Ch'ristmns, Dr. L. T. Cox, Misses Mary nnd Ella Cox visited friouds and relatives at Pleasant Iljdii, lias been the attending physician nt eighteen births. All boys but Ridgo the first of the week. girls thnt they have gone so far and reached such an nge that it is now almost impossible for them to marry at all, no matter how bad they wanted to cross tho mntrimoiiiul sea. This could he easily remedied if every girl would think twice beforo sho speaks. It is tho solo pndo of some young Indies to see how ninny "beaux,'they can have at one time. So much has this been practiced by a certain class of jg?Wa1ch fliis space for prices next week. -- :0:- ln 1 ha-meantim- e if jou want a DRESS PATTERN, New Dress Trimmings a late Slle Ladies Hal, Milliner, Goods of an kind, bed tick ing, table linen or nny other DRY GOODS, or if YOU want the best Shoe on earth for Ladies, Misses and Children, call on SARA & ME. FASt; BROS. Hartford Temple of Fashion, e it Burton had in their liverv John J. McIIenry, owner of a rich business died of the colic Wednesday Coal Mine near Hartford, Ky., is one evening. "Lex" was valued nt $150 of the guests of the Louisville Hotel. Louisville Commercial. nnd wns n favorite, both with tho staW. G. Duncan is at tho Louisville ble nnd the public. Hotel. Mr. Duncan is Past Grand A freight run over a hrnkeinnn Mafcter of the Kentucky Odd Folcts. Meals, twenty-fivat the near Horton yesterday, cutting his lows. Ho is hero on business conIlartfonl llout-c- . He was taken nected with tho Ohio County Coal right leg nearly oil. Conic nnd see thewo new Buggies to Hosine where the wound was dress- Mines, iu which ho is interested. Courier-Journand Carts at C. L. Field's Ho will be ed by Dr. Wedding. T. J. Morton had a rush in the fur- taken to the Hospital ntPnducah. niture department .Saturday. We regret that Miss Bertha Gibson Good, fre-h- , sweet, crab cider nt tins severed her connection with the wc Don't you. know Bazaar, which, under the moie recent carry one cts. a glass. the Hartford Hmii-e- , of the largest, management of Sara it Me, has be- newest and most stylish Sec the pretty, cheap, come so deservedly popular. It was lincsof Clothing in thcGre.cn dress patterns at Anderson's Bazaar. her ability, energy nnd great perRiver Country' Don't forget to call nu C. L. Field sonal popularity, in no small degree, Tit we are selling them next Monday ami have your horse that their success is attributable. every day to thebetter trade Master Commissioner's tice to Creditors. No- CO., Props. OHIO CIRCUIT COUHT. al. Young Men! that W. B. Leach's Adm'r, Plaintiff". Against. W. B. Leach's Heirs, it;. Det'uts. All persons having claims against the estnte of W. B. Leach, deceased, are hereby notified to produce the same, properly proven, to tho under-siguMaster Commissioner of said Court, at his oflico in Hartford in Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before the 2d day of May, next, or they will he forever barred. This 8th day of March, 1892. John P. Bahrett, Master Commissioner said Court. cd, T. ID. "KDOES THE FINEST "WniiAlS ND CHEAPEST- 32-- 8t. BLACKSMITHING. 1 at ' It is Slpt and Cheap, CALL OX T: J. MORTON. N.N &M.V.R.R. GHSssiEMlX v ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Churlio Hamilton No, i. 11:10 r. m, have made their home aniono; us, uiul Mo. 7, l.lin.tr.l Kiitcm riiAi.Ns (iiu.Nd i:asi. Mr Hamilton will engage iu 1:41 r. h. No. 0, Mull anil bought tho interest No, t, Limit) i i:prc.1.Ma,n Born, to tho wife ofJcseo Hudson of Miss Bertha Gibson iu the popular on tho 11 th inst. a fine boy. Dr. L. FRIDAY, A PHIL 15, 189L. trading place, known as Anderson's T. Cox attending physician. Bazaar. Ho is ono ot Ohio county's Garden tools at Williams Bros, Williams Bros, can furnish you the most popular young men, and Mrs, best Steel or Chilled Plows made. Hamilton will bo remembered as tho These a ro great days for the logAll of them warranted. men. beautiful and accomplished Miss Lulu Sec, examine, convince yourself Buchanan, who has a host of friends Carson it Co.'s are lieudqiuirtcrs that Fair Bros, it Co. is tho best place whom she gained during her former for Hats. Again, wo welstay iu Hartford. to buy your sprint: bills. Buy your Oxford Shoes from Carcome them. Uncle Georgo Collins n very reson it Co. William McIIenry died at tho resU spected colored man isquitosick nt his A Btnrtliug Clothing sale at Fair donee of Mrs. Jennio McHenry last homo on Walnut Street. Bros, it Co. if you need nny good Watches, Friday morning, ho wns a wonderIf you want cheap good'', buy from Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Kings, ful man. When a youug man ho Carson it Co, founded n paper in St. Louis, Mo., etc. , call on C. K. Martin. and acquired quite a reputation as a Good prtatoes nnd lots of tlijn nt Our oflico w.is graced ouo day this journalist, Iu after lifo ho sold his Williams Bros. week by the presence of threo charmpaper and spent tho most of Ins time If you want good blacksmithiiig ing young ladies. Call ugaiu. in traveling, couseqiiently.'he wns one dune, go to Dick Williams. Prices fulling to pieces in our cloth of tho b8t informed men of his day. Ho loft nu estate nf 8125,000, which, Call on Miss Annie Lewis it Co. iug department. as ho wns a bachelor, he divided among for stylish and pretty Huts. Faiii Bno3. & Co. his relatives. Hn wns taken to Carson it Co., received a big Owensboro Saturday and buried in Anderson's Bazaar will receive and lot of the latest designs in dress goods, Elmwood Cemetery in tho presence or open up more now goods Thursday. Coino nnd see our stock. a host of sorrowing friends. Seo tho perfect Oxford, and tho Lost! Davis it Cain are prepared nt all Pntont Tip nnd Lneo tit Carson & Co. Pookot book, containing $15 and times to give you tho very best shave, Correct stylo goods, choice prices, hair trim, or anything in tho tousor-ia-l some nthor papers. Finder will please return to mo and receive reward. artist line. Givo them a call. lowest, nt Fair Bros. , positively tho W. G, Hahdwiok. 1 it Co. We cordinlly invito our friends to Notioe Don. call nml sco our Millinery before buyA nice, agreeable, welcome, whething elsewhere. If you waut to breed to a good er you wish to purchase or not,at Miss Annie LkwisA Co. horse, you should seo tho beautiful Fair Bros, it Co. youug stallion, Don, belonging to It. John 0. Ilile-y- , ono of our best II. Fair Bros, it Co, nro prepared to farmers, sold a very fine maro Mon- ble Browu. He is a thoroughly reliahorse.aud ono that is sure to please. meet nil cuts. Call ou them when, day to E. S. Payne, of Calhoon, for Breeders should take notice and give 1 DO. ynu want bargains. him a call. TISAIM I.II.WK IlKAVKIt DAM. timi.nh r.oiNci wmr. 12.10 r, it. Mull nml Kxitoki In speaking of Furgersou's trial for last week, by some mistake wc said Cheap for that Mii8sic it Hay wan! conducted the prosecution, when we should The Millinery department of An- Inivo said they assisted tho County derson's Bazaar is doing a rushing Attorney. It is our aim to give facta as they occur and we take pleasure in business. correcting the above mistake. T. J. Morton's grocery department Prof. B.iyce Taylor's school at is full of the best and cheapest grocerNo. Itfgavoan clegaut entertainment ies to he had. on Sauirdny night, tho Oth inst. The bargains that Fair Bros, it Tho Exercises consisted of music, Co. ofIer,outdo anything ever quoted essays, and declamations. The large by any house. audience highly enjoyed the evening. Anderson's Bnznnr sells the best $1 We expected to give an extended Shoo on earth for ladies' summer account, but tho report came in too wear. Trv them. Into. Go to Williams, Bell paints nml wall paper. cash. fed. it Co. for can huy them elsewhere Had you heard that we are having a. big trade on our line of Custom, Made Shoes both Brown-Desnoy-- er less money than they fresh car load of Horse-shoein- g a specialty. A large stock of the best brands of Fertilizers just re- best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farmceived. Come and ing Implements on hand. Call on him. see us before buying. J. D. WILLIAMS. A Respectfully, in Misses and Women's! Taylor & Co.' Beaver Dam, Ky. Notice! If you want to cash of as He business; make your breed to a good, dollar go as far as possible. horse or a Come to seo us at Beaver all-arou- nd None better. Why pay a credit, a profit to others, when you can save money ly buying for Beaver Dam. tl oVefEslelessI KMmm Dam. TAYLOK & CO. College Happenings. The nearer tho close of our year's wcrk comes, it seems that the stu. dents apply even moro energy and diligence than iu the beginning, there bus been no shirking from tho task assigned each student. Tho school was very highly enter-taiuc- d ou last Friday morning by a very lino tulk from Itev. J. M. Bai- l lee, of Henderson. Dr. Coleman was n welcomo visitor at General Exerciso Friday morning. Miss Annie Hunter, Pleasant Ridge, and Littlo Iluttio Johnson attended General Exerciso lust Friday morning, Prof. Lytic has n fine class in Algebra. . Wo wonder what will hnppen next. Tho Adclphians nro calling for joint meeting of the Adelphians mid It. E. C. Societies. Miss Mary Nail nnd E. V. Milli-gu- n attended General Exercise Mon iluv morning. Miss Mattio Taylor, Beaver Dam, visited tho reboot Tuesday morning. John Barrnss, Taylor Mines, visited the Grammar "nnd Arithmetic classes Tuesday morning. Messrs. J, L. Bruwn nnd Silas Tichenor visited their homes near McHenry Snturday nnd Sunday. Messrs. Moses Glenn, Central City, and Marvin Bean attended Goueral Exerciso Wednesday morning. Tho class in Elocution iu chargo ot Prof. Foster is growing to be very interesting. There are two division ot the class, the "kids" reading one I day and tho "shoemakers" the next day. Lodford Truman visited his parents, nt Trisler, Saturday mid tho dedication of the M. E. Church at Fordsvillo Sunday. 01-no! i:r' - Call and sco T. J. Morton's furniture; it is so cheap that people seldom look without buying. Grounds and see Joe Drenon and Odd Stockings, in care of F. W. Yciser. I am also handling trotting bred horse, call at the Fair good fi J my, ,,Ah IBBRBI nrniL l N foK QlLLS,MALAIA-- f As pleasant aslgmorvSyi up. Plows,Deering Mow- ers and Binders and doing a general Blacksmith Business. Patronage solicited. F. W. Yeiseu. Statement of the Condition that tiie TjdUktt Chill Tonic which kts firm such universal latisfavtion, and y. hli'h you hear yonr ncighbota talkia about f GnovK's. To get the original ami ronulne Tasteless Chill Toric. ak wavi ask for Gnovn': S. nml don't accent rlip.in. nnlrinl milntilutei. claioiinr to be just as good. Groye'a Taitelcn CliillTonic holds full 6 on. ad coi.talns4i closes, Yrhlie many of the new, untried taMrle tonics only hold 4 ots. and contains but twenty-fou- r to tliirtv dotes. Orove's Tonic is as large as any ill-,ltonic ami retails for fcO rontx. Munufrtctiircrl by PARIS MEDICENE COMPANY, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all Drugffiat ar or OF THE T HfssSifsssssH ft iilB!flKvssLsssHlHaBs9sLsHsssssa WjiSs1s1hssSIsBbssV9k9 ylvflnSsHfflsssBflsBIRSsSssssV AtllicCloao of Iinnlnris, Mmcli 10, 102, nml Submitted to the Nfoekholtlcr' netting nnrrh 16, 103. KESOURCES. 859,399.82 Bills discounted Heal estate 3,000.00 Furniture mid fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 1,341.07 Bonds 743.54 Debts in suit Expenses paid 303.59 Cash in safe 5,529.97 Cosh in other banks 38,662.32 $110,037.91 HJHffllWBa rf v?viUslsflsssHv9ylfauK$vHflBs1BH mSMmjM' 11 ygBjjFWjBBBBIPsi i For Cataloguo and Frioos, writo the Manufacturers, Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. LIAPILITIES. Capital stock Deposits , Due other Bants Dividcnds'unpiid Profit niid'loss .$30,000.00 75,553.05 40.37 4.00 4,440.49 8110,037.91 Try The ..p Moiti: A NOW. rt. K. Cor, President. For Job Work, matsm Hartford Republican ., ; RESPONSE. I've thought so oft since reading Your search for life's very best, How kindly our Heavenly Father Has granted our every request. FK1DAV,"AI,KIL , IS," r ,, - FUN IN POLITICS. Ho said, just after spending n day with Mr. Blalnel "I seo no roaion. if ho wishes it, why Mr. Harrison should not bo nominated. His ad-- 1 ministration has been a clean one and acceptable to tho people, und, with 200,000.000 BREAKFASTS! Soorotary Rusk Stlys Wo nro Approaching tho Golden ora of Agri- Mr. Blaine out of the way, 1 think His love is ever so "beautiful," P ungent Paragraphs Expressgives to us all "Mnchcre," He there will be but little opposition. ly Pointed for Jovial With it no heart is utterly sad; Mr. Blaiuc is not a candidate. I be"Drearincss"nevcr is"every where.'' Readers. lieve every word ho sa'ui in his Ittter. Hcautiful thoughts are the "sni- ;- Ho meant what ho said." a si.vmp is kii.viiii. bcams Tho investigation of the Pension ........ ....... , MM .. i nunc The silver men were tnsy i mil ever I... over yum Ollicc has now been going on a month mum mm Anil thought they would win it; l our iuiurc years, mu and the only result is that tho House blossoms," The other men weie colid is asking to authorize tho payment The present is planting each day. wasn't in it. And silver foritn IT? WHAT DOIIM Your blessing the "beautiful reali- of 310 a day to a stenographer indefinite period. ties" tho jmntry, Plenty in According to a Treasury itnlcmcnt God send them all I ween; . Riches in the hind, in Hotter far He knows full well issued this week the circulation pur Oil of gladness even-wher- e Than nil your "vanished dreams." capita on the first day of April was This Impny hind. Everv worker busy, Your friends, "the bright faces near 824.08. Cnsh in plenteous showcis, you," The Chinese minister is making a Toiling in ii profit Their love I'm euro does take like ours. Very great mistake in trying to inIn u hind "The weariness out of tho burdens Other tuitions follow, That life's grimmest duties make." fluence thoaution ot the Senate upon None hnvo equal powers. the nutiChincso hlil by making Your teacher friends, the "steadfast KOK DIIMOl'IUTS ONLY. threats. There are at present some hearts," As a statesman pure and simplJ, "That beat ir. concert with thine," Senators who will oppose the bill, beA politician true, Stand with us'nealh hallow'dsunshino cause of their belief that it is wrong, As am honest, clean hard worker, Drink with us of love divine. even to accomplish an end very much do, How will A. P. Gorman desired, to violate obligations contain Tor Piccident? We arc the friends that love you, cd in treaties with China; but if tho Who trv to be "noble and kind;" iiakmosy. mom: i.EMOcitvnc Who see naught but "beautiful treas- minister keeps up hi- - threats of withCleveland Man. -"- Cleveland is a ure," drawing from thjs country and sevFree Trader." Hidden away m eauh child's inid, ering diplomatic relations wth us, lip He's the tariff Hill Man. "Hats! Ours, the beautiful work to unfold will probably find that there will bono itself." them, to the bill when it comes "How tarilf? Cloveland Man Op'niiig each day some fountain opponents before the Senate foi action upon it. The oflight, dill Man. Plain enough. Living each moment a life so exalted Tho prewiit anti Chinese law expires taiilfis a tax, isn't it?" A perfect example of truth und of In less than a mouth by limitation, Cleveland Man. "Yes." light. ami the probabilities Are that tho bill Hill Man. "Well, ain't Cleveland shutting out all Chinese, except those to get The memory of the "dearest hope" a tax? And a tax we're going officially connected with the govern- Has made you kind and good; rid of, too, you bet." Your soul bespeaks a steadfast heart, incut of thnt country which was pass- I'KAYINII FOK. NKi:iKI A type of truest womanhood. ed by the Hnu-- o this week, under a Flossie's mother is an excellent Reis a And as the endless scroll of time suspension ot tho roles, will before publican woman, while her father Unwinds your future year, that tune have become a law. and tells it pronounced Dcnioemt, Moveral vory exciting speeches have The May each prove happier than tho last Hill does. nearly as often as Ne'er fraught with sighs or tears. been initio in tho Sonato this week, evening Flossie finished her other Thus may you reach that haven, on Senator Morgan's silver resolutions prayer with "and, oh, Lordie dear.do Thro' "mists" of happy fate. , nomuiytnai oi oennior wnicou.oi tave papa. Amen." To where your fondest "treasurcs"live Colorado, who attacked Mr. Harri "Why, Flossie," exclaimed her Beyond the "Shining Gates." son und the administration because the do you menu by snying niother,"what Laura Bmcla, Hjlltbaro, III. House failed lo pass tho silver bill that?; Don't you want any body eUc when it was up the other day. saved but papa?" SHILOH'S COUGH and ConI do, mamma,", she sumption Cure is sold by us on u "Of course What is lacking Is truth and It cures consumption replied, very seriously, "and you and riiarautee. Sold by .. Wayne- Griffin & Bro. Ifthera wore absolute truth me's all right; but papa is a Demo on the ono hand and absoluto concrat, and it takes a little extra prayin' IN AND ABOUT TOWN. fidence on tho other, it wouldn't bo to get him through, and we ain't sure "Well, here we are again," as.Prof. necessary for the makers of Dr. Fnjje's mamma." about it even then, Alexander says: "We are likocold Catarrh Remedy to back up a plain AND Till: POLITICIAN WAIIY TUP. souse always on hand." Speaking of statement of fact by a $r0() gurantee. (iitr.KN itnroitmt. Prof, Alexander reminds us of that They say - " If wo can't cure you The new reporter railed on Senator wonderful Rhetoric class under his in- (make it porscunl, please.) of catarrh Hill to secure au expression of his struction. We think it would be well in the head, in nuy form or starre, on the pulitienl issues opinions campaign. for some of the ninny readers of the wo'll pay you rlX) for your trouble approaching the. of ISi:pi'MLI('an to drop in some day and in making tho trial.'' l,An advertis"Arc yon Senator Hill?" inquired hear compositions, ing fako," some of their statesman's you say. Funny, isn't it, the reporter, entering the dreams &c, Professor says this is the how some people prefer sickness to parlor. finest Rhetoric clas ever itiIIartfbrd "I am a Democrat," replied the College. We think he has forgotten health when the remedy is positivo Wise and the tjuarantee absolute; Senator. hi class last spring, and sometimes men don't put monoy back of May I inquire, next ventured the we feel a little fakes." And "faking"' doesn't pay. reporter, "if you are not a free silver bully, when he talks this way in our man?" Magical little granules those tiny presence. Though we know how to "I nm a Democrat," responded the take tho "Prof." hiilar-coatPellets of Dr. Pierce Senator, politely. Poor "Jim" it seems ns though the scarcely larger thun mustard seodn, "Ah, indeed," smiled the reporter, girls have a tegular "pick" at him. vet powerfull to euro active yet "then are vou n free trader?" fhev even go so far us to dream of mild in opporation. Tho best Liror "lam a Democrat," still insisted the him, but, like the grand fellow he is, Pill ever invented. Cure sick liead-ach- e, Senator from New York. takes it all good humoredly. Well diinos, onstipition. Ono a "Aie you in favor of a fight in might Professor bo proud of his class dose. Berlnng sea?" asked the repoiter, es ot such noble guts aim cotnpo-e- il carrying the subject out of the counSI.EKPLUSS N'IGHT made misboys, and well might they strive to try. erable by that terrible cough, Shiplease such n noble teacher. loh's Cure is the remedy for you. "I am a Democrat," answered the of As we are regular church-goers- , For sale by ',. Wayne Griffin & Uro. Senator, unchanged. course wo have been attending the tho Pres"Are you a candidate for meeting 'in piogrcssnt the Baptist Grassland. idential nomination at Chicago?" Chinch. Bro. Salleeis a grand, good Mr. M. L. Hare of Indianapolis, "I am a Democrat. " We owner of tho above farm writes. "I man, and nu able preacher. "And you want to he President?" hope much good may be accomplished. have tried all the different remedies insist"1 am a Democrat," Mr. Hill It seems ns though the Adclphians advertised for removing Curbs, ed. will bens much like the R. K. C'sas splints, ami Hunches, I feel safe in "Thank you for your courtesy, SenThe Adclphians have post- saving that Quinn's Ointment is by possible. ator, and the valuable information poned their entertainment to some far the best I h ive ever uso.l." you have given me," observed the future time. They accused the R. E. reporter, with a bow; "now will you C's of postponing in order to have Croup, Whooping Cough and join mo in a glass of the good old more time to practice, ue suppose Iironeliitis immediately rolieqed bv stuff.'" & this their game. But, nevetheless, .Shiloh's Cure. At Z. W. Griffin "I am a Democrat," responded the we is Hro.'s Drug Store. predict a bright luture tor tho Senator, graciously. e unn-fideu- ce. eil culture. regular appointment hero last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jack Atheiliiu ami little grandson, C'rl Oituii, have been visiting Mrs. Viva Martin, Greenville, daughter of Mrs. Atherion, for the llrrijvundry'inaid's ZS WW. -- js I i . ;! .. hope m. teil'J . i V put I ' "Yes, I know; that's why I asked you to join mo," wiid tho reporter, starting out, but the Senator diil not join him, and as ho picked his way along down tho hall ho communed with himself, saying! "I wonder if that man wan't lying to me, after nil." Vit-ilier boys. It has been said tho Adcl- phians were like rubber halls, throw them down and they will bounco back, the harder, you throw n ball the farther 'twill bounce, so look out, girls, you gave the hoys n pretty hard throw and you know how "Balls" will bounce. . KINDERHOOK. April 0, 1S2. Mrs. Lida Uaird left for Caneyvillo Sunday, whoro sho will spend seorul days visiting friends and relatives. f Mrs. Theresa Mitchell, Heda, is visiting Mrs, V. I). I). Stevens at this writing. Miss Minnie Haird loft for Caneyvillo Sunday, where sho will engage in the millinery business under Mrs. Sallie Rowdcn. Misses Ollie and Nettie Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday above Hartford, the guest of Mrs. Tanner and family. 13. N. Coomb.--, from near Sulphur Springs, spent Sundny evening in Kimlorhook the guest of friend. L. M. Sanderfur, Rosine.gnvc Kin. derhook n flying call ono day last week. O. R. Tiiisky and sister spent Saturday and Sunday among friends on No Creek. II B, Lowe has returned from Illinois, where ho has been attending school for the past fivo months. Eldreil Crabtree and Miss Mary Duke wero united in the holy bonds of matrimony Sunday at 1 p. in., at tho homo of tho bride. After the ceremony they returned to J. A. Baird's, where they will remain a few dnys. They will then move on a farm near No Creek, whero thoy will make their homo for this year. May thoy prosper and have a long nnd happy life, is the wish of 1' 1 is what yon need Shiloh's WASHINGTON LETTER. for Constipation, I.os of Apputitu, April 11. Vice President Morton Dizziness,. mid all symptoms of Dysdefinitely settled a question that had, pepsia. Price 10 and 7" ets. per botowing to statements made both ways, tle ul 'A. Wayne Griffin & 15ro. become somewhat doubtful, by stating that he had never said that he would UNION. Dr. Joe Taylor, who Inn been not accept a rciiomination, and that spending the winter in Texn, re- he wonld accept it if the convention turned last Tliiirnluy. He will take sees lit to tender it to him, ami would his family hack with him in about a go into the light with vigor, but that he will not be a participant in any mouth. This C. T. IJ.triiartl and family, of Libsciniulile for the nomination. erty, spent Sunday with their daught- niunly wuy of stating his position is commended on nil sides and will adil er, Mrs. A. C. Steven". Mm Ophelia Stevens is teaching a to the popularity which Mr. Morton good school at this place. so justly enjoys, whether he be reA. C. Stevens plained three acres nominated or not. of corn la- -t week. Several others The reason the .State Department are nearly ready to plant. has not niudo public tho details Mason Taylor is making some wire of the reciprocity treaty recently neand slat fence. gotiated with France is that the C. T. Harnnrd put up 1,800 pounds treaty docs not become binding until of barb-wir- e around the 2(1 acre field it is ratified by the French Chamber ho cleared in the bottom. of Deputies, before which it is now Uncle Nick Shullz died last Tues- pending. Representative llitt, of day morning, aged 80 years. Ho Illinois, is understood to be slated as was buried at Providence Wednesday. Whitlaw Reid's successor ns Minister S. 15. P. to France. It would be diliicult to find u tnu.i bolter fitted tor the place. One hundred and fifty (lot)) Secretary Hhiino has few eloso or Giussiioi'i'i'it. worms from two ilosm of Dr. Ken-ne- r's more confidential friends than White- Pleasant worm syrup. Sue his law Reid, who spent soveral days WILL VOU SUFFER with Dys- circular. Monoy refunded if satishere this wcekldWcii'iitg and explaini.H.s!:i and Liver eo.ni.hiintV Shiloh's U. ing the two faction not givon. For bIo by L. treaties he negotiated Vitiilier is I'liiininteod to euro vou. DT-- lt Hwan. Sold bv 'A. Wnyno Griffin & Uro. with France, and in view of tho rumors recently freshly started about Catarrh Cured, health and swoot POIl IIYBPF.FAIA breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Mr. Hlaiuo's becoming u candidate for Vie Drawn' Iran nitiert. Iliyilolnni rocommon IL the Presidential noiiiinatioiijiig words Remedy. Price 50 ets. Nasal In All dealer! keep it. 1 1.00 per bottle. Genuine jeotor free at 'A. W. Griffin & Uro. on the nomination urc important. fcat and croiwdrcdiloee on wrapper. trade-mar- k CENTRAL C1TV, KY. the members of iho other They are the most conserva- B. R ."AXON, PROPRIETOR. Ilns juct been repaired mid newly tive clement of tho United States. fuiiih-hed- . Loeatcd chxo to Depot. They do more honest thinking than J'hcy gen- Good mvnh oi the people of tho towns. Give erate public sentiment, and the ma- it u trial. . jority of them nre seldom wrong." among classes. o. o'l i it, us'j For la'ii ) but, .si Price 'S) Shiloh's Porous Plaster. cents. Sold by Z. Y. Griffin & Bro. ZJ5l.X-mTL- m I d.i not apprehend that the farmers will ever he a political party of themselves in the United States. Their interests nre the rest of the wrapped up in tho-ccountry, and the success of nil classes nnd all industries. They will continue to support such grent ideas nnd public questions as come before the country, and tho difference-- ! of opin ion will be as great among iheiu us come n monopolist. of both old und yniinjf people. Mav All druggists and dealers have it. early maturity of our mutton and work I'outiiim1. . n swine is as marked us that of our beef. -jLMt, r rj'J A.H,T swm.4 "It is the same in all branches of Miss Laura BEDA. Cook begun a spring Pittsburgh Lamp farming, and I believe that the school here Monday. i one oi t nose in era of (he farmer isjust beMrs. S. A Bunnell, who ha been 5 that The people of this iMuld ginning. mi the iek lit for some time, is im- seems to l;e hnvo got to ho fed, nnd their food KENDALUSI proving. It seems We huve must come from iho soil. ISPAVIM CUREffil Born, to the wile of C. M. Harnett to reach the 05,000,000 people here on the 2d iiist., a I) pound boy. He end as to Twenty years from now we will have 14 ti Romilitif.'tii " I goodness of 100,000,000, and in less than two L. II, Leach, Sulphur Spiings, ' wm Americans Jt-in generations 'JOO.OOO.OOO .jit kv m ji--c vtsittd our town one day 'n- -t week. every way, will wake up every morning in these Hemy Levi has moved into the and ease of 1 Ur MPt Hirrrln! Iti'iitrttf nrritlwiiT United States and cry to the farmers liiiii-- u vacated bv L. II. Leach. ,m anage- - rrt I.nlt c rtiln Ii H iUi.iit ah iluu nut tor breakfast." Miatir. iV'tn! jirotf Ul yhkfti er?wvv-A Sabbath School was irgunucd at meiit. FAltM lilts IV the C. P. Church Sunday. Chri-tiauThe only care it rcqtiius is Kendall's Spavin Cure. "The new organizations of the far- come to the front und make it u sue- Ru-"'M'iij and wiping. mers," says Secretary "are nn cess. tur nw 001 JM.. Mr 2. "A 1m n i;Mitr Uiaum 1 . u. nt wirHtrt falls out when the r(nt jli4roiuiI tmiitc'.,tkii . n n fti to uyfi! indication of the growth of their in)cir t hitu. .t tellectual life. They arc thinking for himney is taken off, not into tin iMitlItot )ur i.ctiliJI .S4tin ( urn, ftnt It iCiHii)intiHlrtl IttJ iniitni'I tnt'ui. I central-.'.rattgthomsel.'cs und their ideas show that THAT HACKING COUGH can - pocket as in other they are awake nnd that they nre bo so quickly cured bvShilohVCurc. lamps. studying their own interests. lam We giinr.inteo it. Sold by Z. W. Putting in a new wick is a psvin Cure. ,c Bro. Uasi glad to tee it. I think the country Griffin very easy matter indeed. I v l f, Wnrrr I. Va., Va., Jurtl. ISP5, is to be eongrnlul.ited up-the All this seems strange to Pn.R J. i M'ailOi Ifarl'n I inuttMijr ih- nnc ttlo n Imttfo awakening interest which they have K'h ImmI Momr li, t'nx. Mie who knows how trouble-om- c if iur KiMniAH'ihiol?i i 'nrf i n nthrvo riri I I 're i"ini". if colt, lilt It i.tlrrl icitMi almiH Mllt In i Unlit in political allairs, and I believe that 17 other good lamps are. .il - i it'nll til hi inrt ' litlit tr&un I, P. JTJit rm u t'lSBQi'! SUI3MH PdliX rtu .rli! if l.ni im rKiillrif tlj rm1. they are, by their numbers and peculamp-tore- s. It is iu all the good liar position, cspccialjy well fitted to Send for a primer. serve as balance wheel in political I'l Fa. PlTTSUURCH IJKASS Co Ilendall's Spavin Cure. matters. Extremists may be found nw-n.n.jiiiy:i,il x in their ranks ns in the ranks of othI'll, n . ... i n l li Soourity For Deposits AdjustaMo Extension Stand. I in i;h-J.-i ITiinii uli ciiin' vKt pv.r.ii I. ,.,'.rp.n r f er classes, hut in our future the cap nt ti Iu i c'uri. .i.. iiuitruii rtl(ulO',iKta .i iut.u. II. I'. KMUUT. irt.ii lititalist will learn to trust the farme. ns a man who owns pioperty and can I'rlmf'iirl'oiilc.or Mxb.itllr.fi..--' s .MMrtg-Crm-tr- s and, on the never be a eommuni-t- ; uli.iv. I: i.rcanrillt f"rj ,, r It v lllloutt (or.iy,u.t.!ri.iii run.pttf irlm ! llju rtiirle other hand, th? laborer will never be(I ou t . ;l y I . A correspondent asked the SecretaHill, is visiting ry of Agriculture whether the AmerStella Vanee.al this time. ican farmers wouhl always be able to Miss Lulu Cox visited honu last supply the people of the United States Saturday and Sunday, with food if thcycenliiiued to increase L l Chariot and family have rens they do now. turned to Abbievillc. Uncle Jerry replied at once in this S. R. Ashby came homo last night wise: "Always is u long time, but I from the mouth of Pond River. He think I can speak for a good many will return Monday to run. his logs to years to come. We have hardly beFjvuusville, Ghav.ia. gun to tap the ureal agricultural wealth of the United States. It is true that the dny must soon come Alvin Rowo nnd wife, have jjone when all tho good public lands will to Louisville to purchase their spring bo taken up the best are gone now t ick of jroii Is. but after that modern invention Miss Aimii) t"iiltpi'4U i, ulio Ims will turn toward mir vast ureas ofdr boon vlsitui friuuds in Kiinlerhook, ort nnd swamp. Tiie flist will he Ir- is at home ajjuiii, rigated ami tho latter will be drained. AmiisHuI Joiios visiio rolatives Tho swamp lands of tho South will mid friends horo lust wook. be reclaimed and diked. We have n Mis-e- s Amanda Wuile, Lva Tieh-on- or, second Holland along some parts of l.illio und Carrie Rowc spent the Gulf of Mexico and tho golden yo.'terday with friends in town. ngo of farming will be at hand. As Dr. II. L. Kim waaeillod loPar-adi&- o this goes on farms will steadily Sat urila v IomiaII. C. Fox, who jt vahie, Thoy nro now a is seriously ill. large purl of tho aggregato wealth of Prof. A. Leo Honnott, li'nsino, vis-i- to tho country. Twelve years ago our his family hurt Saturday nnd five million farmers were worth 810,. . 000,000,000 and they produce yearly Sunday. crops worth more than S4.000.000. - ! MK Gnuu Myresnwl liitiuhrotb ' M - I ' ' Wo talk of poverty of tho far rrs, K Iward and Robert, Covington, 000. mor. but by tho census of 1880 the Totin., armed Friday, and will visit ,ho f,rms lock wa, wor,,, the families ot Mis. Mary littnm-tand Dr. Kiny for several ucoks. ovei. ji.jjoo.OOO.OOO nnd bystuti-tic- s ,vllic, wo mvc over .u mv ,q,.m. Mrs. M. K. Ronton, who has boon ment lWay 011r Kve Kiwlc is worth viiitinjj relatives at Owon-dmr-- i and nCar!r tnicca much now. We know Ilouderson, the past two weeks eanm t' 10W j,rcVent diseases of stock nnd homo yestordny. )mvc gaincij so in i)Ctter brcC(1 we IJov, .1, A- - Heniictt t'Miderol his iag nm uctler ,ceiijnK. To-d- ay our resignation is pantor ? the church best beef Is sold ut two yenra old. It at Waltons Creek, March 20. We s Was not many since beef was are o.xreedinjjly s.orry to jfivo him not thought to ho beef unless the am- - i uti. Tl e nr.tvfcrs and affeeti.i'Mtu null was at least four years old, nnd r(ll,r(, ,lf fa mtinY f.;,.,, hero will yet the ...eat of the two year-olbeeves I, ,0 ;,,, , m,w fio,t, ()f of is ot the hurst quality anil i,,),,,,. ()ll'r SllM(liM it surpasses in weight that of' average h,tl (1,Brll of twenty years ago. lf ,uv Mii. Vi)tilMr , K Where beeves can bo turned o I in Mnilli und others isdot iirsidi-l- l lidlv. , , , . . null t.v t.i... .. ii.tiii ..iii i.iirv i.ini; i two week-- . Miss Martha Atherion, near Plena-nu- t her sister, 1.. WVCTP llti.l nir ' w BJ P nkAU f IfoV ii TE &m x; i ..i i l n nritnn WUUIM WJUl & ?. squill jkiii'ii I L inn 1L.L in r ujatJiw in m U 'jffjSv M. finlliancy gJows Jkr-- ulna aj'C caitfir lhan those of hep I 11 RJfl M J - J uentertownT tfmsfa w rift.. vf IMVIA ' Ps GLAIRETTC SOAP Manufacture J only by I .K.raiRBM&ca, OT. LOUIS. ' 6 'JiAt: XnahJM h v y.'Trt1tWM'HIIII I 1 1 ,,, Mexican Mustang Linime and Beast. A long-teste- d TO f t A Cure for the Ailments oi' Man pain reliever. It:; use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. remedy has stood the test ol years, almost generations. r No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of well-know- d ,,-- This n ,. I I MUSI-AM- LlMMliNT. ...-.- ,.. ..II .1.., I I I .1... ' Occasions arise for its use almost every day. - pin-pcr- ous j -"- TW-.r Mrt-vutinr- c y;-n- Jhe y dentions iisijv nn-ishe- d. y. - I mmm ir light iVJ r hi f 1 1 1, : 1 1 ttiu-nii- 'lA. I k, ht I i i.- . U.S. DEPOSITORY Qwensboro, Ky. x, i T 275,000. $Accounts of Fa a -- - " r. r!crclinu(s Specialty. Inlcrcsl paid on time deposits Solicits your tuisincss . vy turn. DR. B. J. KEMDAtL CO., EnesbiirQh Fails, Vermont LAWQON ENO, Cnshlor. ' t i'oniinrrcial HotrL iT ' Y oVta'llf, "1,1 i.,. I" Vtn IWik Ruinl, Mu.lo Mnnl. All ii Stand. Altnm GUnd, lUblo htalul I tu.rr MuihI.aImi Iaiiip. Uitmr, I'arlor, Ijbrnry, OUU't, liiilloimry i,iiu.l ( ttork-- r Hnml luiil Kam-1- . llfinl MiHhl, iuMmM llnl-llir lul.t ,11 It c In . IKIltlit filiMilr,IM ln.li.it. I'.i'UI I II ll...iflj,..,r . ,i .IiIi.iiJ k. n. l'ilmS. kihikiiai n.tlir- i ti Ht , Jttitii M,.- I Vmliin..-tblturu Alafi'i 0iSMvrf5tS mw' MlSiiV&7MF5 iVf l --(' f 'IF-- 1 Jlf'U II A-Suc- o; lYjWvln! IP . ON JtBitlflr, I. .flfeltESWFASfirp Cti::;,t5EvtRYDEsm.'BLE ! thnt wo V nro to hnvo a new Schoolhouse, has given tho people about here something The Loading PholggrapKer. to talk about. Everybody is agreed that a house is badly needed, but the fitlun: In LTCiy Stjie m m, few who own the wealth of tho neighfir01 l'ietures Copied and ICnliu'ud borhood are disposed to rebel against A BPECIALTY.- tho idea of having to bear so much Stulioon Miiin, between Lewis & more of tho expense than they will be benefitted directly by tho house. Daviowi .Streets, O Wi:XiBOIlO, KY While this appears n little unfair it is .17mG is a unavoidable. The Schnolhouso necessity and has been for years, and a good commodious houso should be WHEN YOU G J TO OWENSB0R0 CAM. O.N built nt once, it should ho well furnished with comfortable scats, maps charts, globes and such oilier things ns arc necessary to illustrate tho sub ject to bo taught. Alex Hoover n few days ago bought n fine maro of Rev. Dan l eiser ' tt'c'rffvrMi-'WP:vwaj,;iiwyifi'- . 'm M,mmY n "1 ""l '" u,e n,u" nnd went nwuy. Mr. Hoover : mi&AStitesmstmM&a next day to Rev. Yeiaor's on hunt ' i x her, but she had not returned, nor hns Mr. Hooror been nblo to obtain For the filial nnd ifod Artietlc Work, j (iiii ize or tlilr, Fredrrtca St. , between any news of her. Until b7iuiJ4ti. Rev. D. J. K. Muddox Tilled his April !). -- abbieville. Tho intelligence lark & mill STANDARD ron;JCEN7URV i;iMraS? SK - MauvExclusivelyIts Own. Improvement OUrTiNftGENT rc il '." OR I jrQADtYAA& A LIVE AGENT VMNTEOIN EVERY TOWN TMBMERS DRY HOP C, Theo.Cain, mmmJmimdM rsz:o;x.r'ax:ra. YEAST ?"" T r-- TME 1STHBBEST. 2L-ti- f iv t ran , IJIUH'MI. (Illlllll, !?fK!3 - 'Uk re ! wt LiGiTrBREAQ inCco Agents . 12Tsin-Ced- t ycasi co nuRoirMicH II. A. LOKtiltill&CO., Whnle.iilo Donleru, ; i NccdlnC u tsnlo or i hlhlrcii tliKt Mniit building up, hlioulil lake r.ADir.s IKON IHTTiniS. inko, cure Malnrlu, Indlgee Uun.uii'l lUUou.in.ik. AlUlciUcriikccplt. It li I'lcnwint IUIOVlS 1 CLEVELAND, O. .'HO Supeiior Ht.