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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1892 hao1892042901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmetmtmmmmatmialmMtmts4mmmm E UrinKVuiir Job Work io 'tin: !2Ztll1!j& J. ! j The Habteord Bepublicak BARNBTT & :55' pa 'A SUSCIiIE ion mi. Wo nro well Htippliud niatt'rial thuwry ami luiw) iiimirnniplny at jrood workmen ni rr.n Iio fijtiml. 'ru'c' rou4iiiiiil)lo. witJi lst ROGERS, Publishers. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF .EE PARTY IN THEOURTH COMBEKlOPAl DISTRICT. TERM3---S1.2- 5 Fir Annum, !& Adunce. 1 itf Xr JT''1' State Directory (ImrriMir I letllrtml.t JuUlit I. M-.. retni) nl M idtlniii. (if ii nl Aii.lllol jiii. Ailjiitiiiii !. n nil ii I I'liMie I VOL. IAr. HAllTFOllD, . $1.25 1 pcrj tar. KYM BII)AY, APltIL 29, 1892. NO. 39. V. Kp PliOFKSSIOXA L UA lit). I, M llr.iwn -- . U .. .1. Air.nl Mi i. II.) .Ni.llniill Ilni.lntk llnln Hmiiiiim I Iiiiiiin 'I h" iik. hi I.I n.i.rtr Itiul.lin.r . nil. i'. ) limn II. I' II hi ii MONEY SAVED MONEY MADE! Consequently everybody Ohio and adjoining Counties no matter of what occupation; Farmers, Laborers, Bankers, Merchants. Teachers and Scholars have an opportunity to ins Simply by Haying their Head ware, Footwear, Top wear and Underwear from S.C-ATTOIINUY AT LAW, HAKTFOKI), - - KKXTCCKV. jE:d.-wiia J IK Glenn (Ollleo, t.HttSN 6c "Wedding-- Jul niiiniMj, , tl.lk I'lil.lir I'riiilir. co-Jii- sr I. Allilllll" . I! Pull, .lolilum B:r.E:r5r.T, llli Mxrul ij In Jln) .1.1' l.'tln(' lliinlvili I - ('In nil CdIiII M.iiuii. lln hi.. I .Nmi lilt i . . i JinlKi' I i.iiiiiii.iiui '.Illi Mtiirm ) rk I'iiiiiinh-iI Will practice llielr profnloiiliinll tho inittt n Uliioiiiiil iitoiiilni-miiitli.,iininnitnt .pcttl. SpioiAi iittnilion imen tn i riiiuiiiil piRt tai unj 0 HAU'lTOUD, KY. mil AiiiI.ik.iiV llnmiir,) lllcillnn. V2n27l7 -- CTs.rn.eQ I. r In. Ik A csviTS'ulil - - ccvr.r. J .Iti.wun I' II ii nil x naitli. Attorney at Law, . IIAUTPOHD, KY. nn i rk -- I,, nil Jniii r. i ll'i n n Lmirtn.iifi iu Court i niiiriii ril. Jul) iiml Cmiil UrIiik . i tin- IIk- Miiinli) I I' I "in in iui Ii iiiiiiilh HCIiitlur Ii rlli'll.ri.ul. - I' Vi.iiiui l tin h' Iiigiiitintii .,niiil llio innrt U III in tiln.i nn.l mljiilii. i.l Appnit. . fttti litlOH ail OlHct. nvrtli tn i nltTtloii!. -- ill- public Mpian-- , inl- I Cla'.ma. Csutt of Mmi III Urn i. Inl Mmi. 1) In Jiiniiuy, it 7I K. t). OUKKV. liuiiinr) Jii.tlu-Vmnrt- ft 1) Oilnliir iiikI IK ii ml r, n In Mmilii Jinn-- N- il iti i' tin h i M. I iTC. , I, inn imilrr . Oiiffy 6z Attorneys at Law. u 11. V. KI.NGO. Kiaa-g-o- , iJ I I III l i ijiui -- . llllUlll), I,. i, i ii- -, ii liiiiur, :., 1,1, i, ii . Will pnutlcv In till mm l i.roiiio .hJ mlJoininK niiiitUi., hiiJ In Hiipirmr Co'irt mul Court ofip. His. Colli-- , ilnni iih.J nil Ii pi I l.ii.liif s to. tmite, o. , oier Ainlcrmin's lUfcur, Hart-fon- l, Ky. 71 1 1 if. I l.li. ..I Ii, Ii, Ii, Ii. Nvll Km All, II, I ,11. II. W II- II, iMinr, i r;.i 1 ( I l 1 l'l)ll. I IiiuiiU I II 111 II 11 .', I, I, I, .', .', Mill-- . I Perry Westerfield Limn AT i LAW, HtklluLI. I i I l'i I: S ill Iliumr, II, ,', fi,ii, A, ", ...7. I II. lull i)li.r tmi-i- (.11 II Ii. llllt, I I. I'lllkllM'll, I.', II, II, I' I. W.KI.I.IH PI, II, II, II, l.f-.- l l ItiKII I M II II l.'iMir. II ( I I' nir), II, Mur, I", .Mill. In, II, 'i. Attorney at Law, luincciiiLTOHuer liillKling.) Will ructl. liin prn'i .ion in nil Hip r.ii.rtH of Ohi.i i.iiil ai Ij. liitiiijc iiimilin. Imi Anlnry I'llljlll- W.,.21 r 11,1,'UM.- - I'nllri- - 4 inirlk. I' W 1'rom i. i nnTi.iki II. k..iiu.- ri tiniili iimrtliftl. i..i.rl.nl. .N W .1 Mil lull, Jii.lii". " Jii.lm-- . L'i I U)nr, I'uiiil, llolllnx, II. (' I'nil. I. I. J I, im Iliikiii. Jihlvi.n K. I i", l.oiw. II .kiii ".Mul. ; (.ni.li i.l, Jil.ini- - r, JlllnH, (llllicr-.- . .. .. J W Jill- - II J U ftflflNS Tftflfl E PALACE! AVhy is tllln-- r tuiiilly Will prm lit i I.l. pn.ii ol.. ii In nil lii.- ('..iirta ol Oliioinnl nitj.iiiiliix luiiiitlc-- , mul In l In- - L'i url of Aprx-al- . Mpnlul atttntloii uivrn tnoilUi-tiug- . Ollu.., oirr ttllliiiii, IUIIA CoV ilrnx.tnri.'. Hartford, Ky. iii-wiifii 2s. Xj. a'itokxi:y ITea-vriaa- , at law, niu).ii , -- .... . . IIWilvii li.iu. i Urulli- - .Ik i.l .ir I'nn.itl t. n.li lit . . .iiniitr. imirtli-'iu- linn Ii.SiiiiIIi. niri'. Ililr.l nmt Best Hp-- t il.U.ili v liuul nl i U) in mi h mi. mil i.'.l.-- k nil "mull) nioiiiiii)!. Itn K I', Heel Host imul lliiiilll Im h ll roll. l!c-"mi Ii) mill "mi M. I'. 4 -illirilli-ilK.nl r.rirsics's wesssszxr. tlie lowest prices? It is because pay casli and sell for casli only. Calicoe--4 it that 1 am giving you I Oli) Suspend buy Msni'd your Suspenders . , .wiuicmlcr ii'iiL'tidur and "When this fair ladies you will see, I know you ahays think of me." 10c .")C . Ulciii-liti- l Htavy 1'ittnii . Cntloii.... TickitiLj. . . V. liitn In) In fin In !. 'J.i'il 1( II. I J ttri) Alilia llnplUl, tliihl viii.il) nllliAlinli i M II MoIiiiI iiiiIi) iiiiiilnj llir . ri k ) M. i:. lnirrh. I miJil mI.UiIIi "I Itrr ( lii I'jIm, l'nliir, (nt.)-Srik- luirrli. illi C"l man, I'fl'tur. flrt aii I rmirlli tit Vi.VliK.k n) .. l'i'"It - t Koil Tnblo I'lutli Heft nil I.iucn Towels Butt Drew GooiN Hrt Vim lio.it Need leu .... .... ... .... .... .... . . . . ."c Man's Mini's .Mini's M uiih . ojo ....I'JU :50c Su nmt Stiipemlur biirpetiilcr . . 20c 2oc of what they cost to manufacture. Apron Goods Goods White Goods M White Goods bought at one-ha- lf up to $1.00 r)c "oC I lute l.;c up L'u the "stuffing" out of competition. Knocks hat. hut hut. hat A man's :.")c .r)0u AC m, lc White White White White Goods Goods Goods Goods Ofl c 1UC to 81.00 11 vard 11 J DENTIST. OFFICE OVERBED FRONT Is propured to do all kinds of Dental work at reason. ililo pricos. iiiulit ii' lii I J J I IrlilllU I'.-I'- -i- Cr'l nn Mothers, I know it does you good to see your children well dressed. iin.i)Hi:.v A Chilli's Suit A Chilli's iNiit i'it", aiii: : to 1 1, man's A man's A man's A man's A man's A 7.1e 81.00 l.LT) 1.(55 hat. h.it This is what you must have or go barefooted. . ?1 00 ''.- ACliild'i Suit A Childi Suit. A ChildV Suit. A Child's Suit A CliildV, Suit , A man's hat. I. A man's hat 1.0:1 A man': hat l.OKl A man's hat ' 1.88 2-1- inn w ii:n MEMPHIS, II LOUISVILLE and Mil .Mothers It will do you good to Never since Ohio county, has see your sons in fine clothing for the price you have been been a county, have Goods been 'one-ha- lf sold at such a bargain as at this paying. A A Child's Suit Child's Suit j.0S J '' ' -' --I! A man's hat . A man's hat Lad i is ilosu. Ladies Hoe 2.(5.'! Ladies Hose. .'1.07 Ladies Hoe. 1.50 Ladies Hoe. Ldies 5.00 Lmlies Hose Hose ,. si ,. 8j .10c be A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician Formtrlj of Millwood, & Surgeon, m .12ic ..15c . , . . . . :V;it i.)'J Ladies Hose. Ladies Hose Ladies Hni-e- . Ladie1; lie 17ic 35e now locate I ut Kcitch- rteM.ottt r hW iroT 5Mittiu1 soriico tn (be people (irafiuii inJ iiljoiniiitoiiHtifj. UiHie in UiK't , (the Dr. lladeu pruptrtv) Of.n Hose (not in yet, too early) Silk Lisle . All SilK SECIiET OlWEltS. Cicero Muxirt 11 Chinp, Nil 'W, Ilcpnriintnl ol Kcntiuky, liiiTlmil UitrtirillKy.l'rnn.Hattir.l7 luenrh month at I r. h. Captain. CM. Jab. I,, Howe, srKtm.t. (55c Sons cf "Veterans. C3r, PULLMAN BUFFET I Sleeping Cars, ICKHIIl'IKJ time. "7"-":'- IIOM AM) TO ;- I.OI'ISt II.I.IMII.MI'IIIS.t II1ION ltlMii:,iinil t. OIll.llAM'. l In Hi iiipliN. TO AND l'llOM Ni n York I'liilniMiiliiii Hiiltiuiuru Wu.liiiiKl.'i' Ninl'iill. Ol.l I'nliit V Kirlitmi'iii nun mi Tnlii In ( liiii'K1' I ml i 11 tip.tl n The Quick and Desirable Routo nlurt Enstorn and Northoastorn Points tit 11I ClnJiiiiiiti l.miUii'.lu s.oo The time has come, that Ladies a Youth mmi want white Goods, Edgings andY:;!!!!::;;:::: .:.:.:.;::.:::: ::.:.;..: 88 nudi.pt Laces for trimmings,so come to the store and get prices of such as you JEANS PANTS from Toe to w.ailt- $1.50 at Kahn's, the only house you Kdpin He can get them at .... your own price. 12-0- A Youth eiiit A Youth tint 011th suit A $1.75 :.00 2.50 Brogans and Fine Shoes, the best goods for little money. A Pair man's A Pair man's A Pair man's A Pair man's A Pair man's A Pair man's A Fair man's Hrogan A l'nir man's tirugan . . , J&.. Pout, ,Nn IS. X, . . . . . 75c 90c 1.50 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.50 J, r. m Keplluk) , Wmi7iiII. InCourt-lloiiM- ,lneotfK.rjrllillJ.-iiiluriln- ) j A Hrogan . . Brogau . fine Shoes line Shoe line Shoes tine Shoes aud up to .81.25 4. A. MiSiirat, I'arsTM Mnarnx tncvtii ilj. lepHrllvn.t ol at 1 o'clock Ky. I.elttlifiilil, P. 3 llat im, Com. tiii-k- . 5.00 Ken. No. 4, ond Satiinlii) Ufore lli at' . a. lu Snmla) at lllo'ilmk C. Chamm.lis, P. C. H.rlfor.l, Ky. J. .1. M. IIhhoh, Ailj. eerr I'ot . .Mi.iiilil ViikslmrK llali'ii liiiUKe Ni'ii OiIcmiik Mul He l.iltlu lliLk Hot Sirinj; .iml ilnt In t Tciini's-n-- o IVxii I.ui.Miiiiii 'I liu AtK:iiiMi mul II n M!rrUipil Sniitli mid sou ni wixr. l.miiU'il Kxpri'M Traiii. ilsi.Y a M(llll' liIHK liotiuen l.ouimillu mid tlia bent mill ipiitkc-E- l fuM Lotuci'ii lliii tn it'itiumiar tillered,. 1'ulili k nn I all ill iIiim inronnii W. I'. I.OMJ ..n Hiiriil l.y n.il)lna l i'iiilipcil mid In tliiiroiiKli) lii u liirt cln.f iiniililiuii, "in! prm IuVsuii exiul-IpiiirrniiRPiiii.iit in tiimntml tlirouvli cri A ulaii'Mi in tin1 tiniu 111.1l EiIbiiib',' the ihit and at t',tiT""l0l,"'iK,'i- - Ktigiiij Kiluincx IMginKs Kili.iiu- -i !v!Bfe'B ll',l,.i.... : ..' . 8jo .. 111.. 'icl 7c I juISizes from ,". l,.wl j Si) to o2, always oni WllCIl lie ' I -- " -- V S. Look at it! Good for anyone who conies to Kahn's. -- eheup'e-- t evei .A iru ' shou'ii in Ohio count "v What is nicer than a stylish pair l (0 riuicil li.v tint A A A Aurnt ill llrm r llain.or "W.B.ProutT.Gen'l Pass, Azi..LouisTille. Kt. j.otti.HVii.i.i:,!'. ioumille, M.'UKHUI.K i.oiis a ii:.. it. it. & man's man's man's man's man's mnn's uiiin'd .goes to see his sweetheart? Come to the Trade Palace and it will fur- THE WOULD' S BEATER! suit. you a pair out of the immense man's mi it. r..oo stock of 1 505 pants. mini's iiiit. . 1111111 U)f pailtS Oil a yOUllg Illllll w JXi 11 " a, 0000000000 2 3 3 3.:3" sr o . I 3.3333 3- - a- - n- - D" I able pORKODfi vcTor w Jul, A Perfect Suceen. 1 Til B" . , , , , . 3 en S3 suit. . , suit, , suit. . . suit . . suit. . . suit, , , suit , , , 0 (10 7 00 S.OO w a en X i -1 32 ' Tba BT. A. Antolna, ol Kefugto, Tax., wrltaa I I thluk Faator Ai far aa I am aiilo to KoeoU'i Nerve Tonlo Ii a partect auooeia, (or a ino.t patnlul auyooe who suffored Iron nervouinen aa I did. I teal ilka myiell ajaUi alter taktug the Tonic A Nunday-- Nchool n NuperlatendeBt A 0.00 KUrt) i Si, L;ub Tmj MlV. ailway. 1, mini's suit., man's suit .. . 12.(0 A 1V00 A 18.00 A A A IN KKIIXT Ib'Jl. .Nu.i.1, SPECIAL: :tl to 1(5. -- Evorvsuit iuiruledub itMireeeuted. c IO.-- , 22.00 , A A A pair pair pair pair pair pair air pair pair of pants ol pants of pants. of pants. of pants. of pants ot pants of pants o( pants and 81.00 . . . .. . . . . Kttdomeit It. 1.50 t on 550 ;jpo 15.24 .5.7:5 i.v" s 1 s-- a n X M IC Becbstabt, Dorebeater Co., Md., March a, MU A acholar In tlie M. E. Sunday achool (ol hkh I am buperlntendent) I know wsioom-pello- d to atay at borne on account of bar all. oent (ejillcpilo fits) for eight nientbi, but since tiling 1'aitor Koenlc'a Nerve lonlo she atteoda rriiularly. I think the oure the moat remark, bai uiy fullest endorsement. 1 have ever aaen or beard of, and thle eeomloms. It Nerve Tonlo deserves the 4.08 5.00 (5.00 141 o o hlglit i.mr nl n.iiilrf. to 0c j- bi - "p 7- o oil a r. n a c: in FREE tO. n Nervous A Valuable Uook io uiaeusea aeni ireecsa anr aouroHt a)M obtain and lioor pitisnta JOUM A. UEEBE, 8.00 WK8T llOUNll. I.v. I.iiiilnvillu Hill). 7.f. u, III. Vn.tl'oint llmn.lenljurK lriliixtoii ili.iliuui.iort L'ltm'riort llHwraTlllr l.oliiort OMfti.lioro gjioltallllr Ar. II ii. in. ,J.'7 u. in. I'll it. in. I" n. in. H'll ii. in. Hill u. in, 11 13 a. in. ii in i. in. p. in. . in. Hill). i l.iti i. in H7 1. v SSC K " This remedrbn been, prepared hv tbe Itavtrena Pastor KoenUJ. of fort Wsine. tad. since una, and Isuowprepandundirbla direction Drue tills medicine free of clutrce. KOENIO MED. CO., Chicago, III. Bold by DruaTSlaU at SI per Bottle, lATKeUlaa, M5. 0 Dottlas for ft. MOST a 8.17 11.21 i. i. in. in. in. till. p.ni. 10 It) i. in. lii.'ll i. in. Hill I', in. p in. i UJil H. III. No.W, Imi'y TO THE ttflt 11 QCilTITT. ainutruuTT. Nii.W, EW I.l. Ilcmlorium HiHittn villi-..- IIOUNU. tiul). 7.13 , Omn.'.iuro l,.nliorl Ilmvi nvllli' n, in. X Up. hi 7.1" ii. in. a 17 p, in. H 27 ii. in. I.J', p. in. J mi u, in, 8ii.-iin. U.TJii. in. i.nip fi .'i Giving yoii 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. ( onnected 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 for cash only, and by trading with us, you can get the best goods in the market, the latest styles and can save 50 cents on the dollar, therefore, come one, come all, to WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS L'loierH)it Hlephcimi orl in ni ii. in. lujilii.in. Slip in. U.tttH. in, 7."i p, in. II n n, in, 7. II p, in. Ii "I p, in, h ni p. in, 1 ihj p. in, u u'i p. in. p in. Iriinliin llraiuli nlmri! Wont I'ulnt...... Ar, I.diiUiIIIo 'I'milim Nn. M nil'l Nn, ullli lniliiBi.il l.nlll.f Irvliigton (Sillnliiy II. Ml., mt imhI I llli', llnrlliinbiirir A U'oili-rlliforiimtlini, ml.llr",. t IkiiiihI, For filllli.T tl 1nal.11 ei.nnillnn ul np ll. u, Moitnui:, nn. ivr ,x'i. UilllaVllll', Ii). Hartford's Trade Palace rru4 SOLD EVEItYWHEKE. J kit IUDS0 J.T1U0 I ID. to, , BT. LOCIS. p Weakness, llalaria. dlntUon and Blllousucas, take a. n "".VN'8 mow rim-b- - all Jaalei If It cures qutcHy. for salo medicine th lanulsa. ro TIIKM,0",D, ndVlilikeyBaUbi cured at liomo with. out pain. Hook ol par tlcillaniMni FBKE. lLM.WOOI.LKY.lt I). it. BltOWNI IRO.4 IIITTKllO ALMAXAO Kor 1HIC4 Contain! Out llaudrrti Itevlpcs for l.uik- - . Ilia- - delicious Candy tlieiipli' mul iiilil.ly at home. Tills bouk In i'lieiiuuuy ul Urug aud general stori. Hartford Republican rDIJUSHED KVl'.KY HARTFORD COLLEGE. CENTRAL GROVE. er 1'MIIIAY MOllNINO. A Short Skotoli ot Its Wor- i?y,"n "nxivrr, "'n" ""UT""" thy and Popular Prosidorit. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1803. Tin: number of men working on the Exposition buildings is now more than 0,000. On sonic of tlio build ings work is proceeding day nnd night. A coMri.irri: collection of Ohio birds, including every variety known to live within the boundaries of the State, will bo an exhibit at the Exposition. In the Michigan exhibit will bo a representation in wax of f00 speci- " It mens of fruit which grow in the Statu. will bo prepared by a Kiil.unitzoo woman. Tun oratorical contest to bo given in June by the College is creating quite an interest, nnd something more than ordinary may bo expected fioin the various contestant?. Miss Lizzii: W.vi.kku's many friends and supporter.- - are disappointed that she did not receive the place she sought at the handsof the Woild's She Fair Coinmissioncis. the place most assuredly. Ok tho 75, 3(10.000 feet of lumber required for the Exposition ljiiildiii2-- , docks nnd electric subway, AI,87.V 800 have been placed. Of iron nnd steel pounds, or nearly 20,000 tons arc icquired. Of thi nealy half is in it place, and the remainder will be in position bjl'or' the first of June. (Inidin county, has announced himself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Ith ConIt U luninrcd, gressional District. too, that Commonwealth's Attorney C. R. Wullien, of Uraudeiibiirg, will also bo a candidate, so that it seems pretty certain that the Democracy will have n lively tussle over the choice cf their candidate, and that Hon. A. 13. Montgomery will by no menns have a wnlk-ov- I Dr. Wayland Alexander was born Juno 20, 183!), near Louisville. He is a descendant of an old English family, which came to this country about the timo of the Revolution, and took up arms in the cause of Independence. His father, Joseph V. Alexander, was n Virginian by birth, but followinc the tide of emigration he came to tiio Western wilds nnd settled in Kentucky about 182.1. Ho spent the greater part of his life in farming in .Icllersou county, ami in 1 850 moved to Daviess county, where ho lived until his death in 18(0. Ills mothers mniileu name was Caroline Well she being a member of a family which achieved considerable distinction in the early Indian Younir Alexan if.irs of Kentuckv. dcr was of a very studious turn of tho country mind, and attended schools of his District until the ace of fourteen when he had mado suffi cient progress to bo admitted to the April 25. The River is booming, rnft-niccoming, flying, back-watbut wo hnvo no boats sailing up and down the beautiful river. Why is it that Uncle Sam spends so much money cleaning out the creek nnd no steam boats come. Uncle Buck, wo hnve plenty of water and some to spare. Tom Bell, of McLean, is visiting friends nt this place. The farmers are far behind with their work, and tho prospects look gloomy. Wc have a union Sabbath School, tind good interest is takeu by all who attend. W. R. Ticheiior aud wife and Birks Tichenor and wife wcro the guests of Mrs. Maggie Tichenor Saturday aud Sunday. Mrs. W, N. Pirtlo sold a fine colt to Mr. licit, of McLean county. Mctlunks 1 can hear wedding bells in the Look out! near future. pieachcrs, be ready nt all hours. Joe Ford, Kinderkook, was iu our midst Sunday. Li:o. CASEBIER! -- :o:- Fhe two Bi Shows flint will visit our town in the nvxt lew (laj'swill attract innirv people. Hul in the mean time we are at- FAST LINE M.w&&ifflfi&?b tracting the attention of the peo pie far and near b' our CASIU M CASEBIER'S 'BUS iniiri? 111VU A. lNivrTrwiMtfV'rttO. li.1 JLFKJ VIiiTilil I Hox. II. II. Smith, of y er. Tin: Hardin Independent says: "The editor that has learned to look at a thing with nn unbiased statu and practiced the free lance in matter of interest to the public picks up a friend hero aud another there until his paper has gained a wide ciiculatiou and becomes a potent factor in ehaping the destinies of his locality. The editor may be denounced, hated, and hi name bandied about by the bedizen- cd and foiled corruptionists and law breakers, but the paper goes on "rowing, and its power is daily acknowledged." Pi:itiiAis their U no personage who is a greater hindrance to the welfaiu of tho community than is the haul-timThere U no doubt croaker. es more than one kind of tlii- ever present nnd ever bnt-- disturber of tho public jieace. One of these is a set of politician who cry down the of a certain occupation merely among thoe to beget engaged in such occupation, hoping thereby to gain some political advantage. It is only, however, to the igno-rnu- t that they can hope to apneal with succcss,for every intelligent citizen knows that thu condition ot the entire people in this country i conHut politistantly growing better. cians of a certain party whose is but n conglomeration of" contradictions, whose integral principle - opposition, whose hope of succes U to create dissatisfaction and whose bat tie cry is spoils, sire ever, parrot like, crying that the farmer is down trodden aud that he is almost starving to death inconsequence of the"Thiev ing WnrTarili:" Every iute'ligeiit man knows that the tarmcis are as prosperous as any other clas of citizens, and like nil other classes they are growing more prosperous. When in the history of the country would a bushel of wlicat or a pound of b.icon buy more of the things a farmer Away must buy than at present.' A Protective with such silly trash! Tariff is the very oflhe pro'p.nl of the American farmer, ami ho who would de.-tiit theicby uliangin; thousands of conumei into pioducts is the tanner's liewnro of thrs greatet enemy. hard-time- s croaker ami all otheis. pro'-perky ry pioduc-ccrsoff'ariu OWENSBORO. April 24. There are grand revivals going on nt tho Christian and Main Great Methodist Churches. St. work is being accomplished. Rev. Wnldon, of Evansville, filled Rev. Crawford's pulpit at the C. P. Rio. Crawford beChurch and by-ting t, way preached one of the finest pennons I ever heard. Charlie GoiNhaw, Ileda, has accepted a position in the carriage factory at this place. Miss Myrtle Howard, city, grandof daughter of Unclp Hilly Hartford, is vciy sick at this writing with typhoid fever Piiu'aci:. ab-enhe 17ill bo in his office from the first M to the 15th of each month. Of All work guaranfice over Bank. SULPHUR SPRINGS. Chas. Laiidruni and daughter, Mis teed. Prices reasonable. Ida, Intl., are visiting relatives in this Statement of the Condition community. They were formerly of thi county, and will probably re -- op thi;- main here. Rev. Lawson preached a splendid sermon hero Sunday night. OK Miss Lucy Townscnd is visiting friends here, At llici'louc ol Iliiftlneai, March Our farmers sue busy planting 1(1, 1S02, mill Mibiiilcirtl to the corn. Nlockliolilr r' JleMliiff KINDERHOOK. Tho young people of this place had .Miirrh 10, ISOa. April 27. Miss Ida Smith, Owens-bor- o, quite u nice time Sunday. ... is visiting friends nnd relatives Quito u number of our people have in this and adjoining neighborhood. gone down the river with logs. RESOURCES. Misses Evaliuc liiowu aud Jcsmc .Mrs. J. 15. Cannon is ill. 859,399.82 Rills discounted Mrs. Thomas, Ceuteitoun, aie Theie is some talk of a wedding Real estate 3,000.00 Jo. Fotcr at thi writing. iu tho near future. here Furniture nnd fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 large ciowd ucmhlcd There was si Robert Tharp, vKtnnvillc, is the Bonds 1,341.67 nt Alexander Schoolhoue !at Sunguest of P. Martin's family. 743.54 Debts in suit to the sermon, day evening, to Our accommodating druggit, A. Expenses paid 303.59 which was well delivered by Rev. J. S. Anil, says that the people are Cash 5,529.97 safe R. McAfeo. We wish to hear him healthy in this community. Cash in other banks in 38,062.32 preach again. LouwXIV. Miss Willie Hart, Vine Giovc, is 8110,037.91 the guest of Mrs. Jo. Hennctt. LIABILITIES. Mrs. T. L. Raird has leturucd 830,000.00 Capital Btock home after two weeks viit to friends in- Deposits 75,553.05 and relatives at Caneyville. 40.37 Misses Alice Rowmau,Mattie Luce; Due other Banks Ma- Dividcnds'uiipuid 4.00 Messrs, Jo. R. Rogers, Thurman 4,440.49 Profit and loss Westerfield nnd several others from Hartford, attended services at AlexMc8110,037.91 ander Sunday evening. CiItAPHIOl'I'nt. d. K. Cox, Phesident. University at Grecncastlc, Indiana, Depaw University, where he remained two years. In 18.")?, he left Greeneastle and came to Shelby villc, Kentucky, and entered tho College there, having for his preceptor, Dr. William 1. Wallei, si man of remarkable talent a a teacher and renowned He for his virtues as n Christian. while in , remaind here two years, and Shelby county studied law in the of-- J fice of Judge Josem P. Foree, and went then to Louisville to attend the law lectures at the University of that city. About this time he was compelled, owiug to a lack of means, to discontinue his studies temporarily; but he at once set about to replenish his diminished resource, ami with this object in view, opened a school at In this undertaking, Sacramento. hi untiring energy and indomitable perscveienco were at hist crowned with a success, for he soon commauded a liberal patronage which has steadily increased with his growiuc popularity as an educator. He has now taught for thirty-thre- e years in the most thickly settled portions of r country and is widethe Green ly known and universally respected for Although liis virtues and talents. his profession necessarially takes a great portion of his time, he loses no opporturit) of adding to his already immense store of knowledge. Ho established, in 187.'!, the South Carrolltou Male and Female Institute in which he was very successful. He has been Principal of Hartford ( ollcge for ten years aud has just beeu chocii for a term of two years more. and it is due to his persevering and untiring eflbrts that the College has achieved its present enviable position. The Institution is in a very nourishing condition and is under his direct supervision, assisted by un sible coriiii oftesichets. It embraces in its curriculum the studies of a com pletc education, including the higher mathematics, ancient aud modem i. He was language and the married September 4, 1800, to Miss Jennie Davi,daughtcr of Charles W. D.ivi, a prominent physician of Muh n, lenberg county. Of their seven only one is now living, the brilliant and accomplished Mrs. W. L. Spalding. Strong and indefatigable energy, rather than inherited talent-- , have made Dr. Alexander what ho is, the ablest and most popular educator iu this part of the State. Iu the thiity-thre- c yeais of his life in a teacher, ho ha never taught an uiiMicceful school; and his students He are ever alert and full of life. infuses into them something of his own energy and push aud thus it is that his schools never ho their interest. His student, numbering thousands, occupy every position, inhabit every part of the Union, and arc among the most intellectual and most prosperous of her citizens. now i well-meriteRi-cola-sicchil-dicwill-pow- er MEETS ALL DAILY Tracy will also handle the best Hay Rake made. 03NTE3 TOPRICE ALL. A New Line. We have added to TREATED our stock a full line of Carpets, running ALIKE. from the cheapest to the finest Brussells. SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to the Traveling Housekeepers will ' public. find this a convenience. They can get Carpets at home. Call and see them. Space will not allow us to quote prices, but plain, blunt facts, that cannot be denied. We are underselling ourselves since we adopted our Cash Svstem. Ifyou have money to spend, only try and sec what we propose to do. Wc cannot credit anyone, but can save anyone money. song of "we'll accommodate you;" you have paid him many times for such an accommodation in (he big profits of credit. II and see us for your spring bill of goods, Wc can do you much Of tho Condition of tho good. Don't allow the wool pull, Beaver Dam cd over your eyes by some Mer chants that sells on long credit DEPOSIT BANK aud then have Check aud Gall At the Close of Business April 23, 1892. Also keeps a first-clas- s tj stand up and say: "We will RESOURCES. Liverv and sell as close as them Tellers.' " Notes and Bills 830,288.01 3,000.00 Feed Stable, where Don't be humbugged any by his Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 o(J2.97 Expenses Paid you can have your Csish on Hand and in other Ranks Horses Fed, and 884,027.59 get the best of rigs; LIABILITIES. 28.G-iG.0, Hocker Every Farmer, II is Wife, Son and Daughter are invited to bring your WOOL and come & Co. expect 3011 in to see us in a few days for your Clothing, which never was better nor cheaper from (he Children's Jersey Suits up We to are going to the finest .Men's tfuits. Our Dress (nuls and Millinery will be of great interest to you, and wjiIi these two line we feel safe in saying that no- body excels us in quality nor equals us in price. Capital Stock Keserve Surplus Interest and .bxchnuge. Deposit Account Due other Ranks 823,000.00 2,250.00 ... eb'.3l day or night. Leave your or- So Come with your WOOL and see 34,134.55 300.33 ders with 884,027.59 In submitting this wc beg to state that our business has steadily grown each month since our opening, nnd by the most careful, watchfulness aud a trict observance ofthe principles of the most conservative lianking, we hope not only to extend our acquaint ance, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence that is beinjr so liberal ly reposed in us. We arc here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy shall be extended to them, but in no cae shall safety be sacrificed for friendship or to obtain bus ine.-- s. John II.Baiini:, Cashier. :;,::.l. I MM mm TAYLOR &C BEAVER DAM, KY. 'IIIttiiiiimiiiji;.. Vav. EE 'f' "f"A iimiiiM::cictiii!fiiiiMiiiiiMHitr (Msalaa r.uiur. vv jgr JAY-EYE-S- Mllr' orr Irene 1'Arm. hemr Huclnc, H l.,ui)M AmMOlnir rcry known remedy. 1 rciutjWl a liircu 1. 111:111 of two j ears nUindlnfr, Irom 11J jtur ilil nily, cf MU..T. I. M$ ; Z i '1 r T t t T' V 7 T T-- f f ' T T J - ultli tbrveappllcatloMOf QUINN'S OINTMENT, j of. I lieurllly recommend We hat Itl.thebMt preparation! haveexeriitedorhcard It to all llumemen." Itundrfitttftuch Ictlimoniali. S ; HltifctaatfiaaU aU Farmers of Ohio GitEETiNG. aii'.Vir 27v.S.3 "1 Co, Hav- BTKTskr.ffll'nuDsiur.i:. ..iiii.iittfliiiiFiiiiitiikiiiiii2iiBii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiitaiiniii4 rrlw.S1.30 perLolllr. Ailcyourdrunililfurlt. If ho nr.ntkiii lU.svinJutc.Btauipjur.lU.r.fnrlrlaltox. AW IJ. N. Y. & CX., White-hull- , i:lY ing taken the agency for the McCormick Mowing Machine, I will be prepared to give you the very best price on same. I DOES HE . SHOW? SPEED? r v . Dan F. Tiiacy. W. T. McKENNEY, BJi-r- o THE .- t(?KtSSh IN II .. r.rtPTOMs !'. llTHVNOT nm ENC'HM? .1RA6E Owe G ANdSpEEDING. MfqdEspeciaWorExERCISI a Ilavinir lioiiff'it thu l.ivt'ry I'iiimiil of !:. V Ta; lor, I wNIi to inform tho publii! that will do a unoral I.ivorv, iIj an Food liiisitif-- nt tho old atiiiid, uii'l aIto keep on band IU (itMMS, WAGi )N'rf ami I'AIiTri of thu l.itoit and mot approtud inal.u. Don't forjut that tho Hartford lr:in-f- ir is still to the front in behalf of thodrtiiiiiuuraiid tr.ivolinj,' public. I'li'asu j,'ivo 1110 a fall 'J'lllfKK TIMPS DAII.V. s 1 1 s '5'' i BEAVER DAM, KY. is i y ThfMmt PPRPPrT II UY TADT Imiicit Whalebone sT0CK:;:;,ieGv;,AQENTs wanted. WUKUthU irui. M j! liiusTRFREE. CATAL9CUE Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be Horaes, Luggios and wagons for salo or hire at all times. Spccia. attention givon to all stock entrusted to my caro. Yours Very Respectfully, O. Xj Hartford., JSZy. FIELD. (L Seeing is Believing. And a good lamp BRYANT & STRATTGni fiO.J WHiTt roR Oataloquc and Full Information. 8H0RTMAND. TELtOHAPMY, H lIIIOll fa,JJ CJ"IImEe1ijRl T f aiT JiBte College '.. TT simple it is HARTFORD jray7'il(t'a must be simple; when it is notGood these not Rood. Simple, Beautiful, fy r boat-ridin- g mean much, but to see "The Rochester" tSljCSBLfflf truth more forcibly. All metal, VmJiJSraJGf touch and seamless, and made in three pieces only, Mnstsfflsf it is absolutely safe ami unbreakable. Like Aladdin's vSWySr 01 old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp, for us marvelous licht is purer and briehter than cas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. Look for triti iUmp Tub Rochester. If thehmpdealerhtuntlhecriiilna w ords V ill impress the Rochester, ud the stle you want, .end to ui fur our new illustrated tatalx?.:;, and ue will (end you a lamp safely by eiprcit your choice of over It.UUU rariclioi from the Mtgtil Lamp Store in Iht World, rLimmwi v m vVW ILam kKKHHpVHRij9R&BT' A C.bbWJbbbT nw AHfta mm -- CM 4 at a - IBflX'Z 1J WHS mw r?H m L. J mmm4maaiMmEmw!vr y-- fuiMm StaJih..)' $ .oim IIOCIIBSTCIl LABP CO., 42 Pmtlt Place, New York City. " j je a 11c fwt'UciC'i Ko. 3 0, c The Farmers of Ohio county who LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. Ko. I, S:!iJ Tires, eilS.OO HIGH GRADE. mmmmmv m strictly Ladias' Cushion Tires, Advertised Lottors. The following letters remain dead in will bo sent thellartford to the dead letter ollico if not called Addio Gloss, .Mr. for in ten days: Grube, Fannie Hayne, Henry Jackson, (2) J.R. Jellcron,F.Kuhn, G. R. Phipps, C. G. Russell, Rush Stanley, A. .1. Smith, Margaret Tabu t. Wm. Milmcian, P. M. buying chines will bear in mind that the Cormick broke the Remember there is great Machine Comno better machine bine last year. made than the McCall on Tracy for Cormick Mower. tend McCormick Mower; the best on earth. Chester ; a:, i, umoii $05.00 Ro. 4, Convertible Solid Tirej, No. xji:BiB';::iKi:iJ'i:i'n o-- a Tires, (05.00 (85.00 No. 3, Ladles' Solid Tires, 4,0, " $85.00 Cushion Tires, uuti CflsMon Tires ARE (05.00 No bettor Warranted ALL rAIlTS IutercaaiiEC-ali- e, machlno made at any prlco. Bicycle Cataloroa Free. -- i ffiRV'daaV. I that a littlo rouirh it n dangerous thingy Aio you awato Hint it often faitciiii on tho-lunnd far too of ton runs Into t'ousuiiipt Ion nml3 ends lu Deutli? l'coiilo HUlTorint; fioin Atttluuu.L Bronchitis, 1'uuuuiouU nnd Coiuuuiiition will ullZ tell you that 3 ITQTlDTCnUflTU A HIM Do you Jcnow why m cn-- r 2.U m mmi ""! in Aro 3 kilb-u-w- irrvn ngs . f i'j L with "r?"'?- mu uuuru bo serious WWfcU' n jrou a matter' iu negiccE $85 .00 "'TBSPJ.' '' Usi Happy and content li a home with " Tha K a Ump with the litht of the motnlnc. CatatoKue,wiite Rocheiter Lamp Co.,NwYorfc $85.00 I?. LOVELL AltTWES CO., JOHN MANUFACTURERS, CO0TON, MASS. ?T5KT.i? ftr tir MJVKUW. 100 ilwuliln ilitrfi f'S' Hlnlrtt i tUI-- : iff:- -, N'.k, tttilitn, J;trt!3j tmlntiW V.tl; ..', .niiiaiBiaii Rrottest of nil' uofiorn itcmeuies 1 is wm bkp a uougn in ono niciii, it will rlieck iv (,i!i in I will prorent Croup, relievo Actluna nnd euro Consumption if t....i-n- t It in time, " You can't afford to bo without it." A 25 cent bnttlo imv rr vo vti i Aslc your tliugrjlat for ft,. ..r $100 in Doctor'e bills may savo your life to W. II. HOOKEU & Co.. 40 West uroaawny, Now York, tut IkwI. i DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY for Coughs, Cold and Consumption ia beyond question tho aday. 1 ou awaro tliat unn you triliol i l : unrl iB'aiMaieaKi,iiBB aia.aiB.B i ir.. ani HARD HITTFRS gays. for the gfext 30 lor Turkey Red Tublo Linen. Ir cts for best Red Ticking. lor bunt Heaviest Domestic. f cl for Goud Shirting. for Rent Shilling. J cts for liest Quilt Lining. 1$ cts for Good Tobacco Cotton. lor Good Cnidi. 15 ets lor Good Cottonades. Good Cotton .Il'miih lor I H Sheeting. ets lor Ileal Hleached Cotton. lor Rest 10 7.1 cts for Hest Canton Flannel. 8 vlri (or Drilling. W ef lor Good Outing Cloth 10 els lor Ret Outing Cloth. r) 8 ets for Good Ginghams. cts for Good Calicoes. ets for Ni'c White Goods. 10 c!h lor Salines, (ti lew styles lull.) '2 Silks( lute.it 10 els lor Hest Styles White Goods. els fur KincJnpiiiit-h'JO eta lor I'migo am' I'inciipplcClntli 10 els for ICIcgaiilCrcpon Suiting-- . 'JO ets for (JooiN 10 cts for wool Dress Good". Diew 8, cts for Ladies IK'st Hi nek Hose. 7$ els for Chevron Suiting (veiy lyl 121 cts for Auiciic.in Serges (very Ti stylilij ets for Ladles Good Hlack Hoe. 10 cts for Extra Gray Ladies I lose. I 1'iiiH. els for Ciood Ilia'I 0 els lor Men's Kiiie lluuilcicliicli-1- 0 cts for Good Needles. " ets Jin Lmliee' Yle. els for Lailics' Fine Hundei chiefs. lo els do.. I'm line Shell Hair 1'ins. 'J.'i els for Ladies A pi on". T 10 et for Hair Cutlers, els foi niee Kiirhiug. Til) els lor an Ti Cni.-c-t. " ets lor Heantifnl Lace. Ktiu 2."i cts for a Good Corset. 12$ ct for Silk Mitts. 'JO cts loi Hlack LMo Gloves. 10 els for Niee Tow els. l.'i els lor Nice Neckties. 10 cts lor Good Suspenders. 10 cts tor (Hire Silk Luce, 10 els do., for While Neckties. If) eti for Ladies Slippeie (wuimutid 18 cts for White Cm pet Chain. SLIM for Men's Fine Shoes. not to iip.) .ri for Hoy's Linen Cup. 61.00 for Hest Hrogans on earth, ets fit) ets for Ladies Stylish Hat. 1.00 for Ladies HuiuLnnic Hat, SI. 00 to g.VOO for Hoimcing (1$ yds. 81.00 for Fine Lace Curtain". '20 Fair Bros. & Cos coiiniiinicntionq Many excellent arc ciowdcd out this week. PERSONAL. TOWN TATTLER. YOlt.Nd AND OLD AN OM PAVOIIirK. ets (! cts II J els I els lfi t'ls '2 els Mrs. ('. I!. M irliu is improving. nies in teiesling pennon at the court lnme CM. FioMon, Oeeusboro, is in last Sund.iy iiiorning. town. Hmtfoid College bus us good n A. F. 't mlny veil to Melleiiry b:ie ball team us can be found in any Moudii. similar institution in this putt ofthu I. Maniunl, Loui illo, was in State. town Monday. We extend a cordial invitation lo Thomas Froceh, IwciisImuo, whs all Wheelers to come and examine in town Sunilav. ' our immense stoek ol Clothing, Hats called to ITal F.vorly, flniri'lt-vi- , and Shoe. .Itt-- t look mid you are bound to buy; the in ices make you us Tne'bi;'. KaiinV TitAin: 1'ai.ai'i:. do so. Riclpv, was M.Cox, i'lcu-nC. T. Haird, of Louisville, will on in town Tuedav. May the 1st, sever his connection I'M Tin lor Smith ai.d 1 s' nt with with llm iiiuiunce itgency, which he has bteii coiiiacted for some time uml take mi agency in the Roy ul Insuiauee Coir. any of Liverpool. mo in t IvvimiiI oro. Miss Kate M'xewl M!m 'b's during Ma ('((inles tho Tho following benutiful poem wna written by Charles Kiugsley: When nil the wmld is young, IjiI, Wuen all tho trees are green; And every goo?c a mwiiii, lad, And evciy. I.iss a ipiecu; Then hey for boot mid hon-e- , lad, And around the woild away. Voting blood must have its course, bid, And eveiy dog his day. When all the woild is old, hut, And all the tices are brown; And all the sport is stale, lad, And all the wheels run down; Creep home and lake our place there, The spent ami maimed among; Giul giant you find one face there You loud when all was young. bus been ill week-- . iNDERSON'S BAZAAR "chock full" of now, seasonable gnrds mid is offering all of thu u at prions that nuko.s customers buy. Is wool-tillin- g yM-nid- The second puma of hall hitmen the"Court Iloiito Climus" and tbeCol-legnine was plajed Wednesday evening, icMilting in a seme of 11 to 11 An in favor ofthu College nine. infeiior ball icmleied the game v ry uuintciesting. s, Smith, Owoiisboro, is Y. 1'imcrcr. e Ni'iiiiir the family of G. ('apt. S. K. Cox v.eiil .Mm din, leturiiiiif,' to Owena-lio- ro Adverti-eiinoidtrto be up with the times, have mot of our space this week, which we appreciate and hope they will get value iceeived. Alive, wideawake niciehant knows a good tiling when he fco- - it, be advcilifcs in the RimmtiimcanuiiiI is lead all over the Iii- - ndveiti-ieinen- t country. 1. Williams, ol the ollice of Dr. W. H. Arinendt, of Owetisboio, will lie in Hartlord May 3d, and remain five days. Those needing Den tal work done will do well to call on Dr. Williams while hcic. )r. .1. aa Dental Notico. Help Wanted. .100 .MEN AND HOYS to wear our new styles WANTED of spiing Goods pattern.) " $'J..ri0 for HoysNiee SuiU(.'(piecc goods 8.00 for .Mens I'm.! Woolen Suits. ets for Hoys' Sliuw Hats. 61.00 for Chihlieu's woolen Suits(kuee pants. clothing. the beet. 1'iiees the. lowc-- t, KaiinV Tit.wn: lw,.ui:. "0 cts for Lien's Fancy Hlack Stiaw Hals. fitiml w ri.'ifinn. n. ,uwu" fbn ,wv wvf fliin t,lVy lll"vl U jvnin. ,j '"i"i3 ito days, liciiiciiibur, wo arc Leaders in jmuci-and Quality. .Bring- us your Feathers, Wool, (jingseng and Eggs. We pay the highest price. : - xiilsl tiiHi ill i nv ornei isai gains f'in li "YoUr Picture. Clink, one of the fines'. win ue in toyiaiiliers 1:1 uwen.-uoro- , Hartl'oid about the oth oi'May.mid ,,!,. n0 does ttlll 1(1llilln IIIie work at leasonable nitcs and than to call on vim can do no better l,iml' linephoti'giaphs. It. 12. I, , - i(,la,i(,nl1as,st,lech,rediisliltl.,liv-- : idend of twelve per cent, which is the largest net dividend ever declined by any A"ic'ii'inn, becau'e they deduct nothing from the Capital stock or monthly dues for expense. So V"1' can ?ee that your htoek in the National will inattife in from one to three years sooner ;han one that takes fiotn for H to 10 ets. a share pei month Don't fail to tec their spe exnen-ecial agent, C. S Ckol'CII, at Hart- s. Tho National Building & Loan Look For YoiU'SOlf. As- - iiartford. Teniple of Fashion, FAIR BROS. " - & CO., Props, Cakson Furniiurs I Mkill Come mid see our new Goods. it Co. ford llmiM!. Sieve May had a very fino cow to die of hydrophobia one day this week. Andeison's B.iaar sells only soi.ii) i.i:.viiiKi( llOs lor Ladies ami Childien. The" Ohio County i. i Tho Adolplnaus. The Middlcshoioiigh Deniocintthus Moi.diiy. describes the latest Jud, which should Dr. .1. II. WhilH, o'u popular become very popular: "The latest fad dentist, wmt to Muf'ird Tucs lav and islidiingby moonlight. It originated here, and will prove popular elsereturned csteiday. You piocurc a pole, line mid where. Dr. .1. S. Cidi'iinn, who h, is been hook, and your best girl, mid hie to in Gruenvillo mid NVluttuville, for the banks of a stream. The gril does some time, catuu lioine Toc-ilav- . the lishiiiL', while vou hold her scenic- .1. Edwin liow one of our most ly to keep her from falling into the popular lawyers, left Wednesday for ' water. No bait is necessary. It is I'adiitiih, tiMittond to mid that the girls wdl fish for hours inipor )"1 never complain of getting tired. t.uil leij.il liusinosi. They decline that it is 'just too lovely - ' for niiytliiiiL'.'" Mrs. I. L. I'ulis and little son ro turned from Mcllei.ry Sunday whero i they havo boen vi.itm. friends for The mind of the'Tatller has been tiiu past few weeks. greatly ngitated since our town was witli monkevsanil liiinil oi ('. S. Crouch, letiresenliiiL' the ovcr-ruNational H'lildiii' and Loan Asso guns, and we sympathize with the ci.ition, if Louisville, is in town in pleliians, because of their financial oj lailuic, by the tho interest of his Association, the monkey, which, ns wo arc taught of Henderson, Miss Sillio by Evolution, at tome remote period who bis been visiting Miss Irene was transforined into a man.and .what ii lover lor several h.ijs past, rent worries us is our desne to sco man-tOwensboro j kind prosier in wlmtever be may Hartford yosto.ihiy dertake. We trust this failure will in llr K00'1' hvever, because Mrs. .1. .1. En ton, Itoiiuo, visited , ICMlI,t W "" c,1,1Ci"-c(1- . "P. to. t,mt Mrs. M. L. Heuvriu Mondav and ' '" ! or'lcr "' '"'B8' ,,ml ,t's,a lufxl'-.,,- ,"' I on THOMlai, an , . . ... i Wednes. lav' went ry the town w;ll have, or i, think it should have. Now, let some E.T.Co. enterprising young fellow ol town pio- Will. P. Hlaek.noiM an.lGtlo Hes- - cure one oi theso little animals and thoff, ncnf; of Mihs Orion's Show, one of those Heavenly (?,) toned or- were in to see us W edne.sday . I boy Runs anil go into tlie Inisiness here; lie one ol the fixed establishments of eutlomeii "and w are vervpl.-i.sin- t hope tlie will w-- it our town again. tho town, and then it will be that our "croos muJ libentl e,tifens will opu ,.; ()I10 of (hvutl10.s popuar I'notogi.iphers was in town i)ll5illetS.-- ' Aa ttc writc n ccrtaill Monday night and luesday morning, young man is biought to our mind, to como to tmt( ijy t,c cter:in ftnes3 0f things, making arrangements Hartford, aliout tho first of May, for would be a winner in this business, a two months sojourn in picture He resembles a monkey, and is n line inaKiuir lor mo (leuiens oi our uvn. musician, of the crank variety, aud , no ilouut liy a little persuasion would take buhl of this business. S1.500 Howard, Come lo the Tiade Palace and so- euro the bignest bargains ever heard of. An all wool wan anted mans suit JorS..)l). Ties the latest styles nt Knhn's. Kaiin' Tkadi: Pai-aci- Tuesday. Tom Hell, HuToid, visited his ?is-tMis. Ilo.vnrd, Sundn return-- er, Uiu (fold's cilieiis might, could, would or should wi'h to walk, but if they did they can only take1 the street for it. Tlity can only stumble, not walk, along oui miserable plank walks. .. Never before has tho IJaaar been able to soil (roods as cheap as it is doing tliissoa3oii,nnd tho reason for this is our Mr.S.W. Anderson, who is one of the shrewdest buyers in the State, spent a month this season iu Now York and other Eastern Markots picking up bargains WIIEHE DEALEBS HAD to HAVE THE CASII.und us a consequence, ho could name his own pico on almost ovory article bought, and would not buy a single article unless . it was a bargain. Wo can't namo prices on everything, but below will quote prices on many articles you need overy day, by which yen may judge how wo are selling other goods-Wnow olfor Tobacco canvas at 1 and 13c. Heavy Domestic Sheeting, yard wide, at fie. " " Heavier 50, Sea Island Cotton, nico " He. Blenched Cotton nt 5, 0, 7, 8, U and 10c. Woolon Dross Goods at 8, 10 and l'.Mc up. Colored Shirting, checks, 15, (ty and Sje. Heavy stripe Shirting at 8Ac worth 10c. Cotton Jeans at 12A, 1,"), llfjj, 174 and 2()e. Cottonades, heavy at If), 10j and 20c. Corsets, cheap at ovc, for 4oo. it worth Djio for otJe. " " 7i5o " 050. Uf e ", " " 100 -- Best H. & G. Corsets at 1.00. In dress goods, Ginghams, figured Lawn's, Calicoes, Black and White Wash Fabrics we can can please you in both quality and price. wo "80c. - o In Ladies Undervcsts, Cotton, Lisle Thread aud Silk, have something to suit all. In Kid Gloves, SHk Mils, Gloves, Haudkercbiefs, Ties, Laces, Ribbons, Buttons, Dress Trimmings, Ac,, we can please all nt correct prices. For Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags, visit the Bazaar and select from our large stock what you want. The Baaar tells only tho best solid HONEST LEATHER Shoes fur Ladies aud Children. See the Kid Oxloid lor Ladies that we sell for 81.00, QUA cu, MILLINERY QBFARTMBNT I Has never been rushed as it has this season but we have the stock and can suit you exactly in both style and price. If you want a hat that is stylish and becoming, call on Sara and she will please you. Finully.il you need goods mid want to save money on your Spring bill, visit HAlLROAi) :. Feathers wanted at 45c per pound. Anderson's Bazaar. s.i Fair i will Ollll, ers oranviliinir General Lino, see T. H. ',. .. .... lllinUH L'll lilt tliunt;, ll lied Lord," which was beautifully oiler sonic rare rendeied. .Silas Tichcnor lead ii gains in Spring Dress Goods, iiitercrtiu:: essay on Sell E.Miini- . , and see them. ,.-.- er nation. iews ro. i uy n. .eison "Vlp JJZmA 121- ..., full 0i eood things. F. E. Where did vou . net . that .. lovely: . . . . AutleiMins At tiaaar more in ins auuiess, nu iu mu Hal? Ward-Robe- s, Sara A Me sell lliem. Line, Let the Chips Fall Where They May," captivated the audience that you can bav( by his happy hits. Quartette, "We Don't IVOeiV- nV,l,0 Hartford Houe ,',;,are Diifting Down the Stream" by U C H.iinett, Win. Fosr. It. tlie'''''1,1rJi"tmwl'u--0,'- K in i ter, dr. mid A. P. Thomas, was highiiieiin iusl what we say, mid ly enjoyed. W. H. Bamc' "A you can get good Calico at 4 ets.a yd. Day in the Woods,"was a pleasant at Ibe H.i.aiii, the cheapest house in little piece ol pretty word painting. town. iilmvi. ilu iiwr.iL'o iii merit, "2 by It F.istrr was neb in defeated News No. aiid'well Bin Tho "Court House read. 'Happy are ball its matter the College lw sin a game of We tonight Boys," solo by L. K. Monibu' evening, by a score of 31 I Harnett, was beautiful in sentiment to 1."). mid well rendered. The inimitable, V. EL .J.ll.Harnes.iiihis Comic Declamation ' e The game ol ball between the brought down the hou-- e and was ,i"? serfty i'--ff team and town boys on last cheered to the echo. The address, icsiilted in a score of i55 to 14, ,. rnifc'1 CfvrinrAik ,,. Onwaid, by Win. Foster, Jr., was the in l'.ivor of the lown boys. fuust piectjileliveicd in Hartford in -- : .' . 'jjzyjjfr-v.ix- ii i tjrmrt eserci-e- s I rniiii-pi-l Word MoilllllV many a day. The evening's Wu .II. MilW thn chorus, "Tho iimriiiiiif rant his mother, who lives were cloed with' iiuins i.rw i: ukwku im. which was a on niM.ss i.oi.so wKsr. l Ninth of Whitesville was Patter clo-- the Shingles" 12.10 e to a very pleasant even .i '..Mill nn.ltlM'.- - tittiug to her r. m! very i'l, and he started at once .No. bar-Ca- fnnr illy ; Sam it Me ' .;,.,. open I Tho Adclnliians uuve another el"- Post Hooting. iMiit eiitcrtaininent at the ('ollc gc 7,. i.v;,i.. .,il,i liev. .1. It. M- eThe nifinbeis of the Preston MorA fee opened the exeicues of the. ton Post are earnestly requested to atevening wit. resiling ami pnner. tend the next regular ineetilig, ns imPics uent. N. II Uhoads, made a portant business will be presented ..T.... i lew il 1 I IIU ii l.liv; , 1 .1 .. To tho Traveling Public. I am prepared to entcrtnin the traveling public, can furnish us good rooms and fare as can bo found iu Hartfoid. Grateful for past patronage and desiring a continuance of tho same, I am, Itespectfully, Mits. - THE ONLY BIG . ).,.. . .......ii l..j ,(.iiitt, nttil ...... tlinn ....... fVimi. - . , iu, 4.... K. P. SoiMiKUx.Commai.der. Wood Tinsi.ky, Adjutant. ...,.i.. uvi.m.. Ii:ui:ca Vaumit. f For PK' I xi For Salo. If you want to save money buy rum Ciirson & Co. --. RAILROAD SHOW One"! year old mm e.one thorough, bred bull, two milch cows and tw calves. For terms, mil on or nddress your Dry Goods ssa Scrii'.on John J. -, ,'lSif Mc1Ii:.ni:v, Hmtfoid, Ivy. We tl Funoral Notico. ulll jirrat'Ii I lie I'lincinl our Ci:iitifIlors In iii-lec Fo-te- Furniture Miiml.tj. All frlPiulo r to announce .Miliiidn.v mill IIiiii-.!- ' . lire inllril t .illt'ii.l. Trade Pnluce as die only llu' Ivahu's U.UI VN Til A OK IMI.ACi:. house where you can buy an wananted Men's Suit for little moil- Vs ey We are Whoolor Day. uiilli'mod nevt all-wo- ol J. .MOHTON. & -- V. R. E. I Col-Jeir- ".j j u Sat-unla- y Ermaiaii ...7. L' I rum-nul- M -- , The voting men dctcrce great cicd rw! p.'i.iiiiiiwiKiprtii of the it for their good won;. C. Park, Joe --. . Connlv Sunday School Union, will j 1832. FHIDAY, Al'KIL address the Sunday Scliool at Alex- A Groat Show. under Schonllinuse Sunday morning, The Miles Oi ton Mastodon Shows ' j May the IsL Sec Kaliu's "ad." that me to exibit at Beaver Dam on May 11 is transported on its own Good Attention Good Feed and Bead"ad"ofTavloriV, Co. train of twenty cars.- Tho lino stock given to all Hoises left nt Casebier & is particularly noticeable, upwards ol Don't forget the show May the 11th. hul t,,,, Stable. Give them n call 100 Nornion draft horses, Arabian when vou come to town Saturday and ring horses and Shetland ponies. fresh lish toT. J. Moiton will have you will be pleased. Tho show carries LViO employes mid day. the most perfect discipline is mainElsewhere will be found a state- tained Get your Wall paper from Willin tho several distinct department of tho Heaver Dam Deposit ments. Wo nro iuiurmed that Mr. iams, Ho'l it Co. is a very Hank. This well know showman and Call on T. J. Morton while in town and prosperous institution, mid mer- Kent., the circus manager, is the proprietor of Saturday or Monday. its tho p.itionago of the public. His connection with this enterprise. guarantee of Co, keep the Williams, Bell A will tako pleasure in it is iu itself a siillicient T. J. Morton its excellent and unimpeachable char purest ii ml freshest Drugs sbowitig all persons attending the Our exchanges have fair y or acter. meeting Saturday Claik, the photographer, will be Wheeler praises for the past Court Monday, tho most com teemed with its County here May the otli, or sooner. and while il makes no ris well as the cheapest stock of lew weeks, pleto show-oWe are headcjuaiters for Shoes mid FurnirtTro and Groceries ever brought pretensions to being the "biggest earth," yctall who have seen it at& Co. Cahson Hats. to II nit fold. test to tho superior character ol its Carson &Co. havo lots ol now styles make up. astonished to notico the program and gencial We were of ginghams with prices to suit all immense- business Kahndid last week. Among its inalo mid female perforpurses. No wonder, hccariics tho biggest nuil mers are many who havo achieved to tiie Clothing, Hats and arenic famo and Call mi Casebier & Burton mid finest line of Coining so well Every second showyoiug public, select yourself a nico Buggy when y on Shoes in Ohio county. recommended, we do not man wo meet has ono of ICahn's endorsed and como to Hartford. hesitato to recommend the shqw to our Brown Suits on. readers. Kaiin'h Thaw: 1'ai.aui:. mid When you mo town Traveling men with whom wo have Monday, take dinner at the Hartford Monday is County Court day. conversed, mid who havo eccu tho twenty-fivcents. House, only Mnko yourself nt homo nt Knhn's show at various places, attest to its Leave your s'.mwls, general excellence, and say that ono Trailo Palace. anTho Hartlord Base Ball Club umbrellas, valises.iVc, ot tho most noticoanio leaturcs is mo nounces its readiness to meet any saddlo-pockctwith him, and ho will tako good enro entire absence of till questionable team in this or adjoining counties. of them. Ilavo your mail directed characters and followers. No such Stock of Millinery in town in his care; he has n special letter box ns is kept at Anderson's Hn.iiar. for every ono of you. Kaiin'h Thaw: Pai.acu. Come mid sco us mid we will convince you. Arthur Harris mid Jo Heed, two oi Owing to the sickness of Miss Kale Ohio county's former colored boys.nro Coombes, Miss Ida Duke has charge running a lirst class barber shop at of tho Primnry Department of tho Clovemort. Thev.hnvo a nice shop, well furnished, with elegant revolving College this week. chairs aud other conveniences. Call A littlo child of a man by tho name on them for nnything you may need & of Jones, living South of Uosine.wasJ in the tonsorial lino. Kemeniber their kicked in tho laco by a horse iv critics plnco, opposite- Sulzer's and near It H ahkib & Hkuu. Hotel. day mid seriously hurt. , K... f. l.iiiutisl r.xpri' i il Vil I.I. . I V ll.llt. i...II..1. -- I bed-sid- e. lllir. Mies Orton's New Mastodon R. R. Shows, DTS- -- i.. I t'l.r..k.t !'IHp. w. M. Vice-Preside- !), l Por Cataloguo and Pricos, writo tho manufacturers, J3aajti 11 Il 'r stUmm Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. Hippodrome, Wild West, Koman Trained Animal Exposition, Elevated Stage and Mighty Millionaire European Menagerie will Exhibit at trust-worth- y well-know- e A national recreative The opulcutial monarch of massive millions. world in mighty union. A vant entirety dotails. composed of innumerable perfect &v 3 Amazing Combinatioua in Three Arenoa, A 2 Mammoth Elevated Stages, 1 Extensive Roman Hippodrome Kacing Trick. rfn.? W"j- D K ' 1,000 rare wonders in ( A rare polygcnous collection of wild animals. S&.&MJx;J t"n r t j i --r i iv a . :ii b N of the winged tribe, two hundred Arena and Ilippodrone stars, 4 horse Udy The dream of all managers a living reality, with Roman Chaiiot races. as IgmoiASyiuB The ouly living amusement enterprise iu all Christendom. the greutest pair of lion slayers iu captivity. 15 Handsome, Haughty Sous of tho Desert, the only genuine company tliat the Tajtdcts Chill Tonic which hot and of Arab Artists, the greatest Acrobats, Gymnasts, Equilibrists and Arenic fdvk'i such universal satisfoi-tlon-, .l!'i h vchi hear jour neighbors talklnB Artists, accompanied by a native Arab band of musicians. aliout is Orovk'S. To net the original G of the world's greatest Ono living specimen ol the ruro llovalapus. ami genuine Tasteless Chill Tone, ai-Two Quartettes of Jubilee way nsk tor Grovp.'S, and don't accept cheap, untried suhititutcs, claivtiinj; to bare-bacriders. 3 Millitary Rands of Music. 48 be just as good. Tcrttlc.s ChillTonic holds full 6 ozs. and Snipers, fi nnen dens of wild beasts in the street parade. The World's a doses, vhile many of the new, untried ttixtelcrj tonics only hold 4 tlitrtv ilnr en. flravc'd Tonic is ns lanre as any ilol- - greatest JErinl Ar.ists rnntnln. I.nt tntv.fniir to..... -- ...... ' r r....i. lnr tonic and rotllllH 50 CV1P' iHiuiiiiiiuiiin-i- i i,.r x ino UEDICINK COMPANY, St. LouIh, Ma. Sold by all Vruglata, MASTERS NORMAN AND GORDON ORTON. ? enteriri&e briuging the whole Hg vsi immyb wriAurera r"i TZQ.fH&i Krt r (Fi'ViGSi Beaver Dam, Wed., May P. II. Mm fwn 5i!a-uc,'i-rM- ft-l- (MML r' no Mai adia d pleasant REIEIIBEfi v. k cot-tai- nin o. s, Tho largest living performing elephant, Lizzie. Au artistic combina- Wanted. Erjeap CTR 1 pounds of 10.000 Wool for which we will pay the highest; py re Cure TAYLORS tion of Japanese artists. HISTORIC WILD WEST EXHIBITION. The true history of American progress showing what tho early pioneers hud to penetrate and contend with iu the advance of civilization. iti)K mV& 8t FEVER, BILIOUSNESS EDyCEMTS ypRE Tho grand, glittering aud overwhelming free street parade arraugeil aud market price. tFi PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL Taylor Clo-crp- ort Beaver Dam, Co. y. MALARIAL DISORDERS. FDR SALE BY.ALL R This devised for these enormous shows occurs each inorniug al 10 o'clock. aud endless array of splendor ever witnessed. is the most gorgeous Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Performance begins one hour later. Remember the date, rxxsasx PARED BY RiCHftR&SQN-TAYLO- 0RU6GISTS. MED.CO. ST.LOOIS MO. BEAVER DAM, Wednesday May 11. scoaai ntrtitf immmmsetmammmaasxBmamiammmmmmimmaM of HtaHMM Oration. to buy mo a pieco of English cotton Master Commisslouor's No-tl-oo writes "slop the style prints. Ho paid 5 ccuts 11 yard for it my paper," then again you remember The following Ih an oration deliverto Croditora. that Jack does not believe in contin- ed by Jo. 1). lingers, Sr., nt No. 25, nml sent it to me. OHIO CllIOUIT COUNT. "Vriday, ai'kiiV'J!), wxl I asked my wife to go to a store here 111 ued torture, but makes iiinck work of Kentucky, April 1), which he was reW. 11. Lcueh'sAdin'r, Plaintiff. Washington, not distinguished for its Then you remember the quested to have published: his victims. Agnliisl. cheap prices, perhaps, and get mc 1111 and Yesterday, vtry man who HARTFORD AND HART- savage as the iwiliiigjuxt sucliii would W. B. LeacliV Heirs, Du'nK blunt Yesterday thou art gone forever. American print of equal quality be capable of FORD PEOPLE. All persons having claim? ngnini sentence, il he subfCiibes for and Thou hast brought glad tidings to the ami inform mo what she had to pay Ky., April 2.'), 2. j read papers, but then again you re- humble cottage, to the weary nml op- (nr it Klin luinalit n nipno llmt sin" the estate of W. 11. Leach, deceased, i Uiu'Uw.u'an. IJi:ah Kditoim member that the savage steals your pressed; yet thou bast broken the said wns better nml she paid fi cents Tru her(,1'y ""'died to produce tins Again we are thinking ol Hartford hoifcs, your children, takes your top strongest of hearts. Who can tell n yurd for it, precisely tho Euglish same, properly proven, to the under ol said nml our recent visit there, woiideiiiij,', oil' to adorn his belt, but is not what love was blighted yesterday, or price. Hurt eighteciits a yard when wo signed, iMnster Conimis.-ioue- r hair Court, at his ollice in Hartford in too, how it ever happened Unit we first applied Protection) cents eowaidly enough to drop u postal who can tell what hero wept? so wonderfully iittnclied to your card in the ollieewith "stop my pa-- , Yesterday the great proud cities of and every yard made in this country. Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before "tooth-carver- ." elmriiiiiig young pur" on it or send you word "stop my .Sodom and Cioniorah were damned We never could have established tho the 2d dny of May, next, or they will Without a doubt, Dr. White N the paper w ithoiit even giving a reason. and sank beneath the dend sea. Yca manufacture of those articles if we be forever barred. This 8th day of a3lwm!rmaid pretty and stout, John P. liAiiiurrr, most charming of dentins und the j You imi home in the evening with n tcrday Kouiulus founded that great had not adopted Protection. The Mnrch, 18!)!!. Maiter Commissioner said Court. brightest of young men j bad case of the "blues." All the lions-- i city, which sat upon seven hills and price would never have fallen as low handsomest, Aix., i.i..!.. : -- j Tv , A :i2-it has ever been our good fortune c on your way have "stop my papei" ruled the world; yesterday Columbus as it has if it had not been for Proto know. written on them. Your milch cows, discovered America, our own unlive tection. or We could hear nothing of our old buggy horse, chickens ami pigs are all home; y.stcnhiy America's IndependHer tesl counlcrpajies DO YOl' WA.VI' TO MAItltY. ntit.1.. mmil.iilicIrimi i limber- - liriuulcil colored friend. Pace. His Tlioro,9 sifrood dual of guarantee nlYiillurenii.l tin'nn Iroin hII m.-- I' my paper in tin: same ence was declared. was but yes"stop It null' Vij 11 If , nt f.'iiil iiih- - (('nci-ii- t unit shop seems to have fallen into the jio- mii iif rtlUf,it insulting head. Your terday when Cornwnllis surrendered business in tho store keeping of toe very uiacK status (ps-'bf- J M riVft-- , .,. to that noble General, George Wash- day. It's too excessive. Or too re- lliiin ill hiioniiil session of Cain & Co., who know lull ...... ...1 ;i. ..i,,,,,.,!,,,, wo,i uht illnl Ihiva .....,.. ,.....- .. .T.. ' IIiiimciiii. utliml well just how to manage luctant. Half of the time it means 1'iijii.wiu-ii- uliii-- willInn i luiilJim Inlimn. Iii'titlliful stop my naiier. J lie old pump with ington. on tor iiilimu'li ine shave. Bles-- the meat shop, there every bicath of water emitted sereach-- cs Who is so wise that he can say what nothing. Word onlv words. JBut:CIIRETTE-S?APtookihci- n imtnUrnmluin tnnilrrl nf h Iter tn.in oun olden days, and Mr. it is, as J U'lici nihl KtiitlctnciiMiuitiniirirri,iiiili-iilrriiiYoti go was done yesterday? Or who is so wise This offer to refund the monov, or my paper.'' out Itoss finite as faithful, and fat as ever. to bed thinking nl rough 011 rats', pistlieii- l ii idiiii or that he can say what was not done? to pay u reward, is made under tho IIiimp of Then comes the undcrlakcrs-slinpsiinllluil) nil How nuinv generations have been be- hopo that you won't want your motl- f unmnn lio ln hut fouuil ill- - nr tol. ftiiird .mil Itttln imtcnd CLAIRETTE SOIP-- nilt only b H, K. FAIRBANK i. CO., SI. lull. lii'H'- llii. K"l'li'H niHirtiinll). '" mauiiiulat u) T1 '''H'"1, J'.' ' lioarinc . the trade mark "stop my pa- - fore us? Who inhabited America be- ey back, and that you won't claim lliiioom, riMini 13, Ik IU15 1. inn Alln- -i Hhivhc II wiiii, t lieiiii. (J.ici) mini1, iiuil nl ! h iw ul per. I. Of course. Alter trying in vain tor hours fore the Mound liuilders?Whcii and by the U IJ . Mhk. we are to tnp agai.i witl.m the i.all-o- f lo picture the features of the manwlio whom were those great Pyramids of So, whoever is honest in making we wcie u TIIK OI.IIKST IMIOKMJIIV I'll Kit Iu the Thomas stoic, whcie rites or scuds you word, "stop my Kgypt built?The history of these have it, and work's not on his own repuItlwr coiiiitr.t - tanking so thankful to meet n.a'. K'i- - a :'l paper;" you go to sleep, and it is then bec'n lost in the dim twilight of an tation aloiu, but through the local ill I lie following: Ion irli-rl'etc Siirolv they will 11m amay-- ie uit lie" visits you in your dreams tiquity, mid buried beneath the shad- dealer, whom r next II m- - mouths you know, must have found inea"nring out collcc, Mignr.iV.c with his short horns, spiked tail, clov- ows of oblivion, When we niedilalc something hn has faith in back of Om 1I01. Citlilnrt lMiolOKmnlls HVMIII the Kinrr. Afterwhile w; visilil (lux. Jle Hoats over the past and think of the associ- the guarantee. The business won't Onr-lnii- r en feet with sharp toes, V me s.ui 'inl ln.11 .'.round you withhis hideous grin and Tlirrp 1,1111 1.IUAN oflice. " ates formed in early youth, we can stand a year without it. What is 1,00 ' t'Hril " it must be tiresome to bo an editor, says in tones choked with sulphur only do this with a pang of regiet lack-ir in confidence. 1, 1111 Hack of that, " ilnlsy n. and then the downor a .mil smoke. "You do not run your 111(1 a sigh for childhood again. Past, what is In Tnolhil)" Ineking is that clear honesty stairs room did let li'i'k i. .cilv j iper to suit me, so my paper.' " sweet past, we bid thee along farewell. Oii j,i which is above "the average pracbusiness-like- , still e ucie chaniiul uln-rAim! is all that We can call our own. 4illrr, III l Dr. l'iorr.o'i medicines are llnl) tliionl.i iiiiiiIp. lull nml sec tice." with the extreme politeness of all pi-nri' Catarrh Cured, health and sweet We aie surrounded by many friends, guaranteed to iiueii'ly w. 11 inns, with that olticea:..l accomplish what they ui.itutii: ro.ith secured by Shiloh's Catarrh and all the blessings of libetty nml UKI Mlllll Mri-l'l- . are intended to do, and their makers trust that naught cl-- e may come, not Ii'eiuedy. l'rico 0 cts. Nasal In- - freedom, today we livo 111 the grand- give t lie success. money back if tint result Griffin & Hro. est Government upon the oat th, and isn't King's livery st.tbl ', of eour.-e- , m .1 j ;otor free at '.. 'V.("iiiii, Ircl'iv apparent? Doesn't it strikcyou Kulnnl MoiihivIi, i'r". perhaps the greatest that ever existed distant p.i.-- i; I'n ll thing of the far tint a medicine, which tho makers .VMS BORO NATIONAL will exist, BANK opportune iVr Tho Charm of Clonnlmess. or ever ifc Co., have the stable. ties are waited to you and to me, lot havo so much confidence in, is the itj t..i. .iiinnm.t Burton the one once owned b Ye. medicine fur von? A white-yellocravat or shirt on us accept these opportunities ns all er, but close by we found V.r. Yii-- i ( un.mf t.iAll li.iat .l.tlin ll.irjiHi us, n p mrnetnr Lirai men imiciiuui; "turn: limn !iiii!ik4 ill iinee. back at his old trade, Croup, Whooping Cough xud Men have been great, grand and and toiling too, equally a" hard in ihe of his wife; and be you assured that glorious by accenting opportunities Bronchitis immediately rolieqod by he will i,ot take with vour dres pains race for tlie"Alniighty"l).!l ,r".n in l.i "i0)' c"'e- - " inle upon the other Sliiloh's Cure. At 'A.' V. Griffin k Seourity For Deposits younger days, then agai.i we wcit-i- which she has never taken with her !s own. Then the manner of putting """ llicy "nve not on y become poor liro.'s Drug Store. where wo heard the strikim; lilow 1111(1 poverty-stricke- n, bill llllVO beOII A long-teste- d U im fmm.lutinn for pain reliever. of the anvil of our old bachelor friend, 00 tlm ,r. doomed to an eternal woe. "O, JeDick Williams, still working on and judging if it be carelessly, slovenly rusalem, Jerusalem, how often would Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the 20th. -- Sunday School him April if it do not pnperly fit. No mat- on, day in and day out, for day, I have gathered thy children together been orgiui.e I at Alexandor School-hous- -j Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one in the ter for its mean quality; mean as it weeks, months, even year 11 (1 even as a hen gathers her brood unand is on a boom. C o 11 11 1 v Let tho little shop." We wished may be, it may be neatly and trimly der her wingvuid ye would not!" e requiring an effective liniment. work go on. good ears, put on, and if it be not, take care o' him many more such lnippv a SpeciTo day is the golden moment. To ay Tio singing at.I. W. Stevens' yourself, for, as you will soon find to Mr. Sjh and left him, to No other application compares with it in night was enjoyed by all who your cost, a sloven in one tiling is a day we make ourselves what which has been of vast im finds us. attended. n This portance since the car one. And sloven in a gicat many if not all remedy has stood the test ( f is the day of hope, MIhih Al.i and Willie Rowan The country people judzc Sowhile weweie meandering round and things. ami sunshine. We have from Woodwards Yalloy neighboryears, almost generations. new fioiu the state of the coveting of ank- - i pleasure about town we came aero'-- a will biiug us hood les; and if it be not clean and tight, hope that IJean spatit Stturday anil Sunday in Ueau drugstore nnd No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of some good fortune, that some good Kinderlnok among friends. LAW SON RENO. Cashlor. which add greatly to the look-o- f I hey conclude that all out of sight is M ustam; Lixim unt. Look at the news may be wafted to our ears, that not a it ought to be. C. W. Ashley.Heda, was in your town. And now wcrnme-thoes; it tliev be trodden on one side, we may meet with success, or that we Sjturduv night. the house so long run by i illiam' gain n higher reputation among Occasions arise for its use almost every day Bertie Ward, No Creek, is visiting Bros, which ha become a pait of tiiMn fui tlio fiint fir rim ; ilfiwn nt tlin may Ve llllve I'lea-ure- a "r 'IJw ie- and. us to Wm. Ward and family at this writcould not well get along heel, it is a very bad town and CENTRAL CITY, KY. All druggists and dealers have it slip-hothough nt coming down in pointed out to us that to morrow we ing. without it. We were kindlv welR. R. PAXON, PROPRIETOR. morn Incr. and even be ore dav-- 1 e.ieci 10 iussuss, tuiic may uc re.u, the comed by the jeweler, Mr. John Payne, Fordsvillo; A. C. but some are us fleeting as the mist Has just been repaired and newly While it is true! we never he.ud of light, make up your mind to a rope, befot'e the rising sun. ok we Hnckor, South Carollton, gavo rather than to live with a slipshod him in the olden times we are charm a pleasant call one day Inst furnished. Located elo.-- e to Depot. to find that path that leads On up wife. Oh, how much do women lose expect STANDARD rDR.tf CCNTUnv ed by his extreme attention. week. Good meulfc those matters! Men, down by the little streamlet, whose Give the street we had a plc..s.iut cha Sy inattention to E. E. Tinslov went to Heaver Dam rroiipriil en vf lifitliiiif nlimit it ttitlinn banks are entwined with wild flower?. it a trial. with Uncle Jim Thomas, and Owen, in. e . l. i.i ...! ...!..., b"" " mi; '" mi uwibuiit .1. jicii- Monday on business. you can not imagine how proud wv Aives,(some dare not,) but they think James A. Caldwell, Seven Gums, about it; they envy their ickicr "'LS oeneaui, wnne upou me ooiign d were to see them in their old C2JL.TL.Im Union his daughter, neighbors; and, hi numerous cases, over head sits the little birds singing Mrs. eounty,is visiting place. Then we Jo. Fovter. their sweet song that seem to make : the new firm of Moiton'-- i cunly hop, ' iiseqiit'iiees,iuo-- t serious, arise from all the earth resound with joy and ipavim Eldre I Crabtreo and wife spent and it is ever s nice a plae to wliilt apparently trilling cause. Heauty h gladness. & Salur lav and Sunday above Hartford. .'.tillable it is one of the ties, and a a few pleasaut moment-- . Of e Mrs. V. I). I). Stevens, who has Who has an eye o keen that eau JWADtMAnl spent a few minutes looking into new strong tie, too, however, cannot last pierce the dense foe; of been sick so long, is," we are glad to to au old age; but the charms of goods at Carson's new store, but we 'eanlincss never ends but with and say what will be? What Roman state, able to sit up at this writing. hurried 011 till w.'C.uik'i .to th li.uik TWINBROTHERS M-- s. in his day could say our Government -- ' Buttie Maple is still confined The Leading Fhoioraphsr. life of Haitfoid ami how wiy plea-.iwill forever stand? to hor room with rheumatism. Tlir rion rurrrrful rrrr illwv it wn-t- o have a gon'l old linu lull; I ask you, ladies and gentlemen, ml, i.j n i irrlaln In ll. itlixli an I iho but GitAsSiiori'Kit. For lame bao.;, side or ch est, use We wile liiuv I" with Cajit. Co.. Pictures in Ererr Stjie and Size. I IUI r, pitMif U luu t m Price 'Jo when shall our Government cease to hurry away however, for a word or Sliiloh's Porous Plaster. lay-O1'ietures Copied und Hnluru'i'd I In litr. Codar Grove Stock Farm. cents. Sold by Z. W. Griffin & J5ro. exist, when shall our Constitution be two with .Mr. Kendall's Spavin Cure. trodden under the foot of man, or A SI'KCIALTV. Mr. J.T. Mock,of Danville, says "I eh.i.iged tle watch lioji little shall our Government forever stand -. We trolled Responsibility Stu lio 011 Mum, between Lewi" fc a comfort to nof Being a with that proud banner, tloatiug over can cheerfully rcomuieud Quinn's I' II. J K until. Cn.. untM.i'ii ihrm rco t ro'n on and on, then, until we werepa-- i all Christian. l,iiial. rnliu jrarnit, ., Ir,u,. ju Ni its free soil,, proclaiming liberty Ointment to in Horsemen us the very Duvier-- s .Streets, III. ,. )IHir I - athe court house and after w.iudeii.i,: into, m.i 11 best rente ly use, would not be :7mG I). I. IIM. 1.1!. ..I i, OIVESkhQlO, AT villi I.i unthroughout untold ages? I. vluKti INllul UIU LI.-- it w., Itlr, , ,t... about for awhile we dropped in on without it." For Curbs, Splints, It is u glorious thing to be young, Mux. A . I:. U; .Jiikix .Mi-- s Annie Lewii and we w.eie ically Spavin-- , Windpiiffs, orany enlargebe a young Cliri-tiato I WHEN YOU GO TO WILL YOU SUFFER with IKs- QWESB0,lo tempted to purrh'i-- e u hat any s.iy further it is a most responsible it a trial. CAM, O.N s ment give psi.i and Liver complaint.' tor had none for thing to be a young Chri-tia- n way, although siie Kenfeil's Spsvin Cui'O. Vi taber is I'uar.inteed to euro von. be the but stronger fwhom much is given, of them Sold One hundred and fifty (130) by '.. Wayne Griffin & Hro. li. W(irmiO..,...,JunnS:,l!.'j. fore we were much wo knew what bo required. Power worms from two doses of Dr. Fen Dr. It. J. I.imi.ii o t 11,11 I iiiiii Iriit-,- . uImI n l III talking with m ikes about we wereab-olutel- y you are responVATIRIOO YtASt CO miKoir men tier's Plensntit worm syrup. See his )ni-K.n .aU'Nhii, t nr... tt ti .1 FRIENDSHIP. r Mr. W turner and looking i l.ill.ai.illlpiillrrh niimntlll In 1.I1.I sible not merely for what you ate satn-fnatiIill-It. t i.M'nll tlio Im.iiI. In ,i in,l-- i ; Tli , I nrj. April ID. Some of the farmers circular. Money refunded if then we were leiuiinied, we trvinj; to do, but for what God has r.fvt-i, y fcotii. I, .1 1 i.it. II iix'tiuril nnrk ullof tlii.l'ini-- . not gi on. For sale by I.. B. here were going to begin planting were not young again and thai the riven you the power to do. K. K1.10.T1. l!?HTlfullyuun, :'J7-i. ..I..--, lt corn hut owing to the recent rain I Bmii. tinie had not letuiued, and so t'dcu O.wake up the lumbering we away fir a v. .ilk, u of your soul, yon are respon-.-iii- le suppose they will have to wait awhile WASHINGTON. knew not wlurc, Irit c: John Gregory and Jesse Weather-holt- , lo.ig wo .Stir up the for all the.-..w.,ull o Spavin .Curo. ". , 1 of Cloverport, visited relatives 23. found our.-elvnear tin mill dam. inactive gifts that aie in you, .li..Jii'jr?l, J3, Senator Sherman surprised a great A 11,10 often have I'll. TJ. 3. Kisntll. r roi.tf:i.ut v ;mn tlieie with for these. The ami fiieuds here Sunday nnd Monday. vo'i are . -I wiighing thiugi you can do, or can learn to do, Eld.R. J. Brandon and family visited many people when he stated that the our little tiials an -- iiro I. Kiuittii iih 'if KfH ,. 1 1. lv 1, ,' uktltb... Comimtte 011 Foreign Relations had For the fined ami Mat Arlblic Work, us down, but imv hie w are aftir are the things Christ is calling you to W. T. Rellamy and family Saturday. ilfi... Mrs. Jciiiiie Lunham has some pet after n close examination become any the or style. Ftalerica St. , between all these changes in the town we Iniu i.j. so well, aft- r all the onow-- , lii.'J7 1' It is said that Oliver Cromwell, bantu chickens that are perfect cuiios-itie- convinced that the present Chinese 3rd and 4th. AlldriK-'tl.anittiirni.-itlt(..-- . exclusion luws would not expire unand can- - have tcone of- - while visiting one of the great ,,..t :.i,.r.t j i" I, tin j ro.il v.iink-leWe have splendid meetings at the til 1S!)4, us it had generally been many years, after our face-ar- e churches- of Kuglaud, dicovcred n that the laws expired 011 the KcoJlns a tonic, or rhlMren Umt nt bulhling our liair nr" gray, we have come number of silver statute.-- in the nich- church every Sunday night. 13. J. KEI VLC1, up, ilimilil tnl.r Mi-- s Rebecca Royal spent r a;aiu to see and heat win wci.au if es of side chapel and demanded sternSunday 4th of next month. This conclusion nilOWJl's I HON IIITTKllS. Enosburnh F'i.'s. MaliirU, rnri-of that Committee resulted in postthe things we loved, and as we listen ly of the trembling dean: "What witli Mrs. Wells. Illi iilemuint to lul.o, All .IchUts kecji ImllgcJ ll. tiun.nn'l litllomncM. Mi-- s Nona to the roaring of tho water we seen, :u e the KJ4. Westerfie'd was the poning indefinitely the debate on the 'PI use your Hmliness to hear some, faint vnu whi'pei: was the reply, "they are the twelve guest of her grandfather, W. W. new Chinese exclusion bill, which Adjustablo Extension Stnud. had "Such are the change- - of a fewyear-1111"The twelve apostles are Royal, Sunday. Mrs. Mary C. Roy- week,been on the progiam for this so do things i,:i Mrs. Nannie Tanner Sun-da- y. its place was tuken by the awav a a tale th')'? Well, take them down, and al 'x.y.;:. Morgan silver resolution, mid several that u told." ciin them into money, thai, like their 1 mil for nny inun for President silver speeches have been made, in.d.i-te- r, they may go about doing Snil.OH's. COUGH and good." I see many rich gifts and whom the Republican Convention cluding a rather sharp one b) Senator EmeociesEveryDesiradleThprcvemcn Cure by iw ci power.- - adorning your lives gifts of may think proper to nominate, if he Teller along the same lines as the one Many Exclusively Its Own . guarantee. It eire- cn-- n(itin i ol song, ol love, ol inllucnce, is n true Republican mid un honest made by his young colleague, Sena-at- or .Sold by '.. Wayno Griff:u & Ibo. Wolcott, recently. of capacity for woik. They aie very man. Success to the Rcpujimcan. ETsKJIlO FULLY..,-- -. The Democrats had n very pretty Ihaiiklla. Ik autiful there, in your soul, WAR'r-n- but Fle;gantly TAYLOR l!TlNS3. fight over Hill nnd Cleveland factions CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. ' 'liri-- t want- - them lit work, doing flVETEAP.S Finished . Apil l.". Again I will Mini you SLEEPMCSS NIGHT made mis- in the House, this week, the hone of aiiiBiBH. URGENT OR contention being the report of the A SURE and CERTAIN CURE See Our an item or so. Sliifir.-Chris-li- an erable by that terrible cough. This is my t conn-e- l to Ike Pnirott lot his hoiisJ by fiio known for IByars nstho BEST young people, llnng every grace loh's Cure is the remedy for you. Election Committee in favor of Col. hi- piuvi-ioREMEDY FOR PILES. last week. All and and gift of your life into Christ's serFor sale by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Hro. Aoyes, tho Kepublicnn contestant rnpirtlt; EKiaKUSUN.TlIlanllkD. (0 I.T.LOl'13. HI from the 28th Jew York district. much of were vice. Not only use well the gifts feETA. Ihe rumpus was enjoyed by the ReHe will rebiild. you Ii.ive employed already, but do- Ho Even Had That Drug. A LIVE AOENT WANTEDIN EVEIIYTOWN Neuralgic l'cmon publicans, who took little part in it, Mrs. llaltll, Ilorton, mid I'l i lop what you have into greater A chemist was boasting in the com- further than to And thoit troubled vrllb ncrvoiuneit retultlng vote solidly in favor from care or orenvorlc will be rcllored by takloi; Dillmau, itoekpoi'i, have moved to skill und power. .Stiivc to excel. pany of friends of his well assorted of giving Col. NoyiB the seat to which our town. We welcome them. Urown'H Iron Bitters, aeout-- e Fittsliurgii Limp Grow by working. An aitist, when stock in trade. haa trade mark nd crossed red Unui od wrapper. he had been elected. Jo Rogers will move to the Audei- -' asked: "What is your best picture?" i& one of tl cm in- "There isu't a ding missing," he .vvw Senator Hill has gone ovei hag und proncity soon. "My next." Never look said; "not even one of the most unbaggage to the camp of the free coinJ he coloied part of town ha-- a e back for your bet work for Christ, common sort." BOmiOMME, j SCOIS tl. 1 (. flli- age Democrats, an shown by his vote traded meeting, and the w part but forward; make your "Come now," said one of the by- on the bill to amend the Arizona fund VTIIOLECAB and XlXZ"SJJZXd would do well to have one of tin H ished It ;( t u i b. t day. IIKII.IIII IN standers by way of a joke "I'm quite J, ' J!sHH own. I'i.ai1 Jack. ing uct. .V, to Kicli tl:i sure you don't keep nny spirits of demagogue this is the fust resort of a Truilrnl I'll I' ITS mid Coiirrrllunrrif-Hto gain strength iu the THAT HACKING COUGH can contradiction, well stocked as you preOwensboro, Ky. South and in tho North-wesStop My Fapor. after Ii bo quickly cured by Sliiloh's Cure. All Orders From Stages Promptly a tend to be." yATCOItllil.'S (f iviiiii- ii .j having come to the conclusion thnt in Wo guarantee it. Sold by Z. "W. "Why not?" replied the chemist, he had got all tho votes it was VMt7 37y Home people seem to have a gift of pus. tended to. in G tiffin & Uro. not tho least embarrassed at the un" sihle fur him jfii hurting people's feeli s. This is noto get in the Eastern evctv v:r ,. Vim Rnok Rlanl, llunle Ksn.l. expected sully. und MidJle States. Gorman, who is ticed in.ne brthciifusp.ip'r Ir.ilciiiny "You shall see for yourself." Tho World's Columbian pLy$hAih,Miu cjiC 1.. II I IS viImiiInI.MI). liilu-f- WeLjhl it II.; playing fast and loose with both llirlulit than any other clu-- s of iumi; for in. no saying ho lett the room nnd relil.iJ ti I'M,,., S. KKM httWl r lu Exposition1 rrstance, a man may drop you a card Cleveland hud Hill, lived up to his M -i turned in n few minutes leading by Send ot) cents to llond & Co. B7(l reputation ns a trickster by sneaking saying "stop my paper," this it the incut. the hand his wife. man who hurts his neighbor's feelings It mkory, Chicago, and you will renut of the Senate before tho vote was he only care it rcquiu? i; every time he turns out hiscows.goes ceive, post paid, a four hundred page tuken, which would put him on recT and wiping. out to chop wood, work his gulden, advancd guide to the Imposition, How Protection Has Work- ord upon the silver question, If nny , t falls ont when the ed in tho Caso of in fact evry time he look evidence had been needed to prove OMulnud, and nil I'M 1. .ST il.n.X-.vtoward with elogunt Engravings of tho m his lieighbir's house. You reccivo Grounds and buildings, portraits of to for iUWIUlATR HIPS Out .illmthat Gorman expects the fight beCalico. tpiey is taken off, not into Mi Ihe II B I'iiIviiI onU-i- nml ICiiiiKrpxNinmi D11114I17, tween Cleveland and Hill to result in llllll 'he card from such a man ami hcait-- i its leading spirits, and u map of III limit lilllll lltOKO ll'llllltl. I10111 locket as in other central- Monri., nn.wii.Mi Refoio wo madeany cotton prints the killing off of them both ami Ins Jimaa7m.v ly wish that he hail never read your the of city all Chicago; llihlMHi llll ID (ll ..ught lamps. ill loll You briber over it. paper. The of tho Rules governing the Expoin this country they were bought in owu nomination it would have been llbllll) riU'llllllUIUI'IIIIll HI! IllUkU Ml (11, 1. Ill VM.KS '.I7K.V7' If, ,s.r lilll.il Putting in a new wick is a short blunt sentence "stop my paper" sition and Exhibitors, and nil inforEuionc, und we paid 118 cents n yard furnished by hUilmk'iuir this vote. m tin 11 en n r iiiIiki. liih.: mill Senator Cliandlcr has introduced 0 acliml illi'iilH In out iivmi Mntu Cuiiiily I'd) is outlined on your copy paper when mation which can ho for them. We pluced a Protective "ry easy matter indeed. given in iuwii, ivrui. In you take your seat nt the de-- k to Nll this seems strange to vma&SSVjmim, of its opening. Also, other duty upon them. Wo immediately bill appropriating $2,000 for the pur 13 t;;e best. M. llfijMifi.y I'ntem (itlttt 'K'tt.hmttttm write copy. I ft When you read proof -Engravings and printed information began to establish the manufacture chase of tho marble bust of Gen, .: who knows how trouble-.-a there is, in great ugly harsh lines, will here, and the price has gone on coiner Grout made by Franklin Simmons. be sunt you as published. It other good lamps are. ,. Tho ex- written "stop my paper." what do you see? the celebrated American sculptor. down, until !.. "l. mult ' cm. FOR DYHPEFHIA vnluablo-Jtoo- k and The duty on .amuitfc BY Vie Rravrn'i Iran Illllera. t is in all the good lamp-re- s. changes have'Vlop my paper" printed will be a very m cotton prints is 4 cents a r)iXilln recommeiM It. Jo ItcTil. nil over them, Along in tho evening, every person should secure a copy yard, lhcy are worth f) ccuts, com- A. Iliirrln, Send for a primer. Alt dralcra keep It. Il.m per bottle. Genuine you begin to associate men mid the. cruicd red Uuooa wrapper. Iu mon standard print, in Great Britain. buiiili, Pa, PlTTSUURGH BKASS Co 11. a. Lozi:n:uitco., Sliiloh's Vitulior is what you need Now, if tho Tariff is n tax, all the dosentence "stop my paper together for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, mestic prints in America should be mean ugly ion remember nil the Wholesale Doulcre, 1JAHBKUS. Man I'orHons BROWN'S IROS BITTERS men you over Knew in the same con iiv.inuss, iiiiii mi ) iimmins oi wys- -. sold for K' cento a yard. Are they? ire broken ann I out Curen IniUgcatlon, HIIIoiuikm, I)) iprpiln. MalaCLEVELAND, O. nection with "stop iny paper." You pepsin. Price 10 and 7 ots. per botTwo years ago i sent to a friend in Opposite Sulzer and near Cloverport UriMvn'ti Iron Ultlcrn I'll ria. KerTOumicti. and (Icncrnl lliu illnotlon, rrmovci rx cUm reramiaeud lt, Alldeal- m tell It. Manchester, England, and asked him Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. fancy this "Jack the Ripper" isjut tle at '.. Wayne Griffin & Hro. !H0 Supe'rior St. lings oini CtMof bile, uud curei uiuliuU. H tun trale mark und crossed rvl Hartford Republican man who y o. -' IK pr 1 IUl It) ! y, Mj J-.- Ai 8t. 1 ( K.-i uri-lifi- i I ..' ,.,-;,- lit l 111 111 111 e "-t- i out - ll iit't-fttii- . ln-- 11 I .T I niit-i-t- , r ii I'lt-lur- s 1 loi-lh- type-sette- To-da- llii-l'l- c cm-necte- d s -- to-d- Cu-ebi- cr U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. Mexican Mustang Liniment blaek-aiithi.i- g, 1 I I -- A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. ! l kinderhookT" 275,000. $Accounts of Farm- I i self-sam- ipinire'.-shoesho- p, Sat-uid- gm-eer- ers a y Merchants alty. Interest paid on time deposits licits your business well-know- Kin-(Wh- -- Commercial Hotel. iij-n- d, Kin-erho- orfint-i'luNiluni'l- i. "-- V aec.i-tome- 03NT 7 . KEKiiflirsi -- iiir-e,- w jtofk ld jteitter, curicy ut lf. I DRY HOP 1 lu-a- Wciii-hcinic-o -- -- YEAST THE MiIIi-i- , KCT QUICK i KiimIiI'-.mwvI- RISER ii C.Theo.Cain, &j&izi&ii LIGHTBREAD - ! 111 1 irt-- 1 ou I , -- possi-biliti- o- ed e. d, es Ai-iiii- . III,.-ill- 1 - Ira 1..- - . , s. I tlcrl.uli-,i.r-!xboii,-fnrJj. d, 11 uci-lti- l -- ted ' 1I upi-tles- ." vi-it- TABLER'Spil C BUCKEYEJUU - sji.-eeh- , OINTMENT: Handse. n' tt d. Si(i3 d: pro-Lit- J01IK i;-- -- , 'S I t, ii I r lijil.t " i T1 "RKS y - i I II liilU-ll- l ad-vm- icb y " '"l-fonP- . HARRIS & REED, 1 Agents Wanted! . w ruj-ir- . lliuf-iiulu- .