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COKQRESSIOKAL iPK - X SUBSCUUE FOIt SARMSTT, Fnblishers. U PAF.TV IK THE FOURTH SISTRICT, IEIHS-J- L25 Ft. lira, !i Aduui. NO. 42. nici '$1.25 pci .ear. PROFESSIONAL CARD. II t S V VOL. IV. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. WAIT FOR THE ONLY Not a Day Sooner! Not a Day Later! V ZBIO- - SHO-- T COMING THIS SEASON. On that day Only! Afternoon and Night! Iieaver Dam, Ky., Wednesday, r MAY 25. AYr WORLD'S IT W J.M.M. M. All For tho Timo Iriod Old Reliable,! M k For tho Biggest and Best Show, - V For tho 10 Big Shows Combinod.For tho Spoctaclo of King Solomon Off? m WJ JOHN ROBINSON'S GREAT EXPOSITION! , vm j jvi ju u u uwu.u imwmM ;:S PRESENTATION, BEFORE W. !'tf,SS; Af illMil vm. c? r? i r. vi rrxu murnvoru rteft Mimiir tf wu.i-.i-- v wuctull. .'i,aiiiKs jl jw i w. i i as -.- .. E iwivuw1 I i?" 10 wa-l- GREAT SHOWS AM COMBINED IN ONE Ttriple Circus, jour time or money of the etniill catch-penny Double Menagerie, Hippodrome, Spectacle! 10 IrtSrlJo not e Pay no attention to glaring on any of the small, itinerant, clinrl.ituiiic.it shows that perambulate the country. nfluira now mlvcrticil in your iniiUt. who-- e sole stock in trade embraces only deceit and false pretense. WAIT for the BEST. Avoid Disappointment. U-1-A -- A Y - -- Afcf. WAIT for the BIGGEST Get your money's WORTH. Jud&eus by Our Deeds i.ot by words, i !ut.)I (.1 (J7) 'rs :ii (!ic Past is a sure Guarantee of our future, 'ALL THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT. :7&-Wggseq8m- i .."" yrJbjm' JeZ. veaafeTaK a . eha- J- - TTT m..,JSNA-,,';3- i .. Lr sent from the body, aud to be present with the Lord. At death, we throw (iff this heavy clog of mortal pain, anil Of Miss Bortha Gibaop, Doliv- - rise to the throne above, where we are prepared to bathe in the sun-lig- ht ered' at Hartford Baptist of an eternal day, and see God withMay 10, AB3, Church out a dimming veil between. The liberated spirit, like tho uncaped xsss-v- . asrs. r. a. eagle, fixes its eye upon the splendors of the sun of righteousness, and as it Text "Why make ye tbia ado and speeds its upward flight; cries with weep? The damsel u not dead but immortal joy: Ohl death, where is eleepcth." Mark f:-- 7. thy sting? Oh! grave, wnere is thy Tlie iiromiiieiicc of the word death victory? Oh! who would not sleep in in the voeabulary of revclatiou can death to rest in God?." Who would not be exageraled. Next to liie, the uot exchange mortality tor immortalmoat pregnant symbol iu Religion, ity? For we know that if our earth, in ilsimtUliesiH, which id death. From ly house of this tabernacle were distho time it won eaid by the Almighty solved, we have a building of God, "if thou eateiit thereof thou shult it bouse n.it made with bauds, eternal surely die" and it was heard in Pura iu the Hetveus. Ho sure, therefore, dise, this tolemn word has been as the first Adam carries us down inliuked with human interests of eter- to the grave, that certainly will the nal moment, hence that question in second Adam bring us up out of the religion, which takes precedence of grave. .Then may it not be said any other, tho existence of God actruly that our,1 departed christian cepted and the onb which gives char friends and all our sweet little ones acterand importance totuein all, is the are uot in reality dead but ouly sleep question entailed with unabated iu ter- ing in jcsiib. How bappy tbe consoes f ou each succeeding generation lation we cherish of one day meeting which is: "If a man dies shall he live them where death shall be swallowed agaiu?" "Is man only mortal, or has up iu victory; wheu this corruptable he an existence alter death?" Men shall put on iucorruption aud this morhave generally anticipated a future tal put ou immortality. existence, as harmonizing with their But, most of all, death like sleep desires and wants. The instinctive will uot be perpetual, but will only horror with which the soul recoils endure for a night. It's slumbers from the thought of annihilation ts are destined to be brokeu by the ardent longing after a perpetuity shrill call of the trump of God. of life and happiness, its thirst for The day will dawn upon the world bliss and the incapacity of all earthly when Jesus , the hated Nazenue, but things to sutiate or satisfy its wants the sinners friend will assume a hcav-eul- y are so mauy steps by which man has and infinite beniguity, aud say emerged from the gloom of the iu effect of all his sleeping saints as ia ascended the throne and in said of Lazarus, "I go to wake them hope seized the crown of immortality. out of flecp." Oh! how vast this im If there is not a state after death mortal, awakening will be. Who can uhere our instinctive desires may be lilt his mortal conceptions to the realized, then is life a cheat and re- greatness of this grand occasiou? ligion a deceptive myth. But we Where is tbe height from which we are not left in doubt, Christ has can command u view of the sublime brought this doctrine out from the spectacle? It was iu view of this mists of conjecture and misconstruciiwaKcuiug mat iieaus saiu; ine tion of the old Jewish Mythology hour is coming when the dead ahull and emblazoned it with new luster hear the voice of God aud tbey that Christianity. He hear shall live." in demonstrative Oh, see the ennot only demonstrates man's iinma- - tomb roillioms of earth springing to uui, unu, me resurrection life agaiu. Sqo tlu wide domain of of the bod) by calling the Blumber-in- jr death depopulated when Jesus shall life unaiu. The resur- - call his sleeping saints home to his dead to rection of Christ from the dead is arms. made the christians guarantee that . RKVIAUK8. his body also shall be reuiraated If what we have said is true, then, uud prepared us u fit vehicle iu it follows :tlmt the death'1 of a stiiut which to enjoy the eternal state. affords no just ground for weeping Death is, therefore, spoken of iu upon the part of friends. the soft and tranquiliziug term sleep. Dark and mysterious aa the ProviThe gospel, therelure, lights a torch dence may be that calls them away which irradiates the dark shadows tbe hlght of the great and noble day of the valley of death and Christ of the Lord, will dispel oill ((dbts.as comes forth as the first fruits of to the justice, goodness mercy of them thut sleep the sleep of death. that Providence, that and instead of Christ speaking of dead Lazarus grounds of regret will become su)s: "lie sleepeth aud I go to wake the source of tbe most exultant joy. hi in out of sleep." Then as we lay the dear loved one The sainted dead are said to have in the silent grave this evening let fallen "asleep" iu Jesus Christ and iu us say, "sweet and quiet be thy rest, the last day will desceud with the for thou art not dead, but sleepeth," souls of them that "sleep" iu Christ. while we, hci survivors join iu sayiug, This expression was common with "Oh sing to me of heaven, the Heathens of ancient times, but it was to ipjell their superstitious dread Wheu I am called to die; Sing sougs of holy ecstacy. of the visitations of their dead To wafi my soul on" high." iiieuds of which they stood in But Christ used the term "When cold and sluggish drops, as indicative ol'a temporary state; Roll oft my marble brow; hence be says iu the text: "The Burst forth iu strains of joyfullness, damsel is not dead, but sleepeth." Let beaven begin below. It is, therefore, my present purpose "Then to my ravished ears, to trace those points of similarity in Let one sweet song be given which death may be likeued to a Let music charm mo lost ou earth, sleep And greet roe fiist in Heaven." Death, like sleep, is not the destruction of the living principal, Mrs- - Million's Bide. but only a temporary chnnge iu the When Mrs. Million goes to ride mode of its opperation. Hence, the she tratels forth in state. Her body may suffer death but the livhorses, full of fire and pride, go ing principal still exists. Iu proof of this fact Christ as- prancing frwin tho gato. But all signed tue dying thief a place in the beuuties of the day she iows Puiudise, while death held his cold with languid eye, Her flesh in body on the cirss. Hence, the weakness wastes away, hor voice is of Christ to fear not .them but a sigh. which killed the body, but have no For Mrs. Million is in au advanced mote they can do Ac. This is the tage of catarrh, and all the luxuries change, thu living principal hereto- thut woalth can buy fail to give hor fore acted through corporal orgauism, comfort, blie envies her rosy but now it acts independently, aud and would give all her without the cumbersome clay. riches for that young woman's pure Death, like sleep, U u state of rest, breath and blooming heulth. Now discharging the Christian from all the if some true and disinterested friend perplexing cares and concerns of mor- would advise Mrs. Million of the tal life. As sleep releases us from wonderful uibrits of Dr. Sage's Ca-tathe concerns and toils of the day, so HhiiiwJv, slit, would learn that releases thu Christian from the death her case is not pant help. $30.) rethe toils and cares of life. Paul thus regarded it when he said: "There ward is offered by tho manufacturremuineth therefore a rest unto the ers for a case of catarrh in the head which they cannot cure. t pe6ple of God." As the weary Pilgrim plods his tedious journey, well Him.OirN JAT tKHIl Rom!?- .' itt, may he ask fiire foriSiturrli, HiphtlifrU iitid 'iiiifvrMouth. "Oh! where shall rest be found, Hold lijr Z. W)iih Oriffin Bro. ltest for the weary soul? l'UH BIHrKPHIl Hn.l Mvrr CompLlnl 'Twere vain the ocean depths to sound, )milmi! ii rluti'l lEii'iruntrr uu every Iwllleol Or pierce to either pole." (IrlttlnAHro tiuMhjZ ahlloh'f ViLlli--r. FUNE3AI SERMON J. Ed-wiJn.i.alivi. G-len- n n ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KKNTUCKY. Kowo 1. D-a- cslsuait. Ss "roddingr, KY. 1 1. wiDDlna. HARTFORD, (Office, ov?r Antlorn-h'- . HnzitHr.) Will prn tl.e their profoiuli n hi nil the court (i OhiOHinl iuljoiiilnj(Cuimtf(-0- , multourtuf AhiiIi Srxci! attention given U etiiMliml prmtKe anj collection. rittOij J"a,ro.ea . naltH, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. tt'ill puctlee h'sprofcMlon In Ohio an.l nl. intfiwuiitii, and tho court ol Apieli. momi Attention given to collection!.1 Office north iJe public quart-- . tj 7I K. I. flUFFV. II. V. KINOO. Attorneysat Law. Will practice In all conrti ooim. .indudjoiniac ounllo. ami In Suptrior'Coilrl md Court nCt).. fceali. Collections and all Irpil Imtlneiia atUndtd to. Office, No. V, over Abdron' Haaaar, Hart, ford, Ky. riTly Perry Woterfield IHIRTFOaSID, 12. 13. Ano&mfjLAW, ZKZ-5T. ",W7ddiIle,, Attorney at Law, (Office In Crowded ilulldniK ) Will practicn hla proremlon 'jn nil the courta o( Ohio and adjoining roil nl Irs. AIM Public larr vinrtly E- Will praUlttihinprorrMionlfialtthn Courla of Ohio and adjoining (.oiintlee,i.iid In the Court or ippeala. Special attention iriwn to collection. OHke, mer Wllliama, Ik'IU Co'a drugstore. Hartfo4, ii- ATTORNEY - Xj. HfMiTrriaa., AT LAW, Ky- - . warn Kfca DfTmS DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices,.. ., ng A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Formerly of Millwnod.'now located at Lelth-Helotrra hn urolettioiiat itrnca) to the people Urayton anJ vljolningcoualiei. Office in rea dance, (the Dr. lladei property.) ' Sly uw-fulf- SECRET ORDERS. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. M, Dpar men! el Kentucky, ineetaat I(artlord,Ky.,ieoond Saturday iu each month at I r. h. C M. lUiattT, Captain. Jil. I.. Howl, Sergeant. Sons cf "Veterans. Cr. A.. :r. I'.S. llausaa.Com. No. I, Depurlioerit of Kentucky, inoeta every third Huturda) at 1 olock r. M., in Court'Houae, LeltchAeld, Ky. J, WutfloiMii. Toil, ' 8.A.McSar.ar,AdJ. 1'bmioj MoaroPotNo.4,Depa-linentofK- a. turky, meeti every Saturday Lforeth aeeond Sunday at 10 o'clock a. H.lnthecourt-houiea- t Hartford, Ky. J. O. CManiiauji, t. C. J. M. Iluaor, Adj. wait-iug-m- rth I iu tUL ?ssHvcTlO - HeHH St. Vltw Dmi Uj boy. u yetn old,'wu 10 ifleetea by 8. VltuDanoethtbecoiM na(go teiobool,fax S r""- - Two bottle of Putor 'Xoenlt'i nerve Toale netored bit beejtb, tud'b U ow tohool taeln Sax Amddjus, OL Co., OtJ., Feb. Cwr4U B Tl" up. lame-dUud- Wujnp "Tho world can never give The bliss for which we sigh, Tis not the whole of life to live, Nor all of death to die." iBTNAVlLLE. May l)th. Hev. Jo. Kllis died yesterday at (U. m., iu the 81st year of his age. His funeral was preached byHev. H. F. Jenkins, His reumiim were buried in his family graveyard, iu view of the house where he has live;! nearly all of his life. Ho was laid by the side of his wife, who preceded him one year ago. He was a faithful and zealous christian, having J men a Baptist minister for nearly fifty years. Junius Harrison, is convalescent, we are L'lud to see him iinurov- ing, as he is the main-sta- y of a wld oweu mother. The minora at Deauefield, who have been on a stri ;o for some time imst, wont to work this a, in. Our farmers for the weak past got a moe on theiuselvos and are nearly done planting corn. Thev aim for a large tobacco crop. Plants are plentiful. Hurrah, for Harrison! for Presito-d- ay Wai( may aid ri00 ) !25 p K 0 1 IK i '1 lie Spectacle of King Solomon anil the Queen of Slid.',,, Wait for May and see l.HOO I 23 "Beyond this vale of tears, There Is a life above, Unmeasured by the flight of years, And all that lite is love." Montgomery. entirely coaind. Before nalag till tnedlotne ber very veak, but bow mind and mem- lulad or en fully reatored, end . eb U enUeali eared I tbe At b tbe no of tbl greet remedy. JUUi J. H. ANOHKWtt. -- A. Taioitble) Book en Nervwa w ll AJtaewaoa eenl m caa. HiTaddree, alM obtala eua poor paueni I lllealai title uMUctn trM of Oar Thla wmedrbaa been orepered bytte Bavjrepd ce War ne. W. Bailor Koanl. ol yorj rureparauDderbldlrecuoB bribe y would b,ve 8 or 7 At every SI koori. after ntlng Paator Koenlc'i Nerre lonio tbe ipcarn decreaied la number, and Inlet tbaa two week from teJOnj tbe ant do tbf y A Very BmI Cm. Kut MsTMAJUUR, IU., lUreb (. Wt i llydaafbUr ba4ptkpiy M eerere that tbe traHtss1.7i. Bonuauirm. KOINIO MKD.OO., Ohloag, III. eld by DrusriiU at 1 per Bottle. eftrStV eBotteMlbrtW. PROCESSION 110- -, In the Speclncle. 31ALK ARTISTS M Female Artists. t 110 FOUR THltKE MILKS 1 00 RE A UTI FUL LA DIES- -1 00 In the Grand Ballet. LONG. MAMMOTH CIRCUSES IIUMPTY DUMPTY 1ntomimi.! 00 male and female Anlists. I" tour Rings. fil) CAGE M ENT AGERIE Giand Rouinn Hippodrome. l.')OIEN DEXS OF LIVING WILD ANIMALS. "Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleep! From which none ever wako-t-o weep A calm and undisturbed repose, Unbroken by the last of ibes. 5 SHI HtVlUfl. iln. McKay. UHDIICV . $3oo,ooo Free Street Pageant! I l)ooVs"o'pen at . Arrangements have been made Willi all' and 7 p. m. Railroads tor cheap Excursions, Ask your station agents. See pictorial and descriptive bills for full details of this, the only DIG Show coming this year, Do not forget Hie date, Be at the depot and watch ihe coming ol the THREE KIG rl RAINS. Performance one hour later, At Beaver Dam, Ky., Wednesday, May 25. "Jesus can make a dylug bed Feel soft as downy pillows are, While on his breast I lean my head Aud breathe my life out sweetly WalU. there. Death, like sleep will iuvigorate our immortal natures and cuhauce. our capacities for God's perfect service and enjoymeut. Our mortality sits like a deadly nightmare on all enjoyments here. It paralizes all our spiritual euerijies, intercepts ourcommun-icatio- u Nkliji. with God, extinguishes the dent' the flame of devotion, aud reuders imperfect all our attempts to serve THKRKV. OE9.H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind., imjt: "Both myaellaiul wif owe mir Uvea God. "For we, that are in this Mo groan, being burdened, Dot toHHIl.tJK'M t'MNN.UrflpTieX 1TRK. Bold hy K. Wavu (Inrnn llro, for that we yould be unclothed, but m clothed upon that mortality, might ! IraKrant UAt'UKirr.CH,"H laatinic be swallowed up of life." We are V aud U renia Hold ly Z. rfiiine. PiK-confident and willing rather to be ah- - Wayne Orlltln k Mro. tab-cruu- VfpUfiE Has EVERY WHITE'S GffiMI. lf Worm ldBpnLE !!mdle. GUARANTEED. rrifardIlv,TaOJ-Tntoaaaa.C,.l.lrv- 0 WeakneH. UalarU. , dtawtkei Met THKMDt -- 'Ii '! irtuw ouipeiiuleokefBar. cured aihoSIwlE.. , MaTutaot lum WolMUU ANDERSON'S BUZMB STILL LEADS! The BAZAAR is now chock full of new, seasonable goods and is having a magnificent trade. Wo can't tell you all about our business here, but if you need any goods, we feel sure it will be to your interest to drop in at the Bazaar and post yourse-foprices which are always right. Wc have all the staple and fancy Dry Goods generally carried by a first-clas- s store. Here vou can buy Calicoes, Chai lies, Lawns, Mulls, Toweling, Table lin- - This Grand Store has, hy industry and honest y, built up a trade to he envied hy ail. The BAHAMt 8.vsIhu is to have no "jewing" or "dickering" about the price on any article, but to have (he price marked plainly on each article and that is the price at which said article is sold. 4ONE PRICE TO ALL" is our motto. Here is where your Child can hnv ntt liPiiii nc iu sbrcwdcst. closest huver DRY GOODS. eiis,blcachcd and brown Cottons,Tickings, Shirtings, Sheetings, Drills, Cotton jeans, Wool jeans. Cottonades, &c, &c, and all What is the use of paying $1,25 for a go at correct prices, See them, and you kid Oxford, when you can get one from will buy them. us for only $ 1.0b? We handle th-- cele" Shoes OUR DRESS GOODS. brated 'Anderson In Dress Goods we have, no doubt, just and can give you a guarantee on every what you want: if you want a nice wash pair. Dome ana sec our line ot i.w;, i.- - er, j dress in Ginghams, Lawns, Mulls, Toilc duNords. Dimity's, or almost any oilier wash fabric we have it. If you want fabrics, of latest weaves and most stylish goods, wc have them; and we have lots of pretty, new stylish trimmings, linings, &c , &e. See our Dress Goods. all-wo- ol 50, 1.99, 2.25 and $3.00 Shoes heroic you buy. Nulling (o compare ilh iiicm in (he county. wear-forever- The Kazriardocs the business, and never before have we lieen so rushed in (his de partment as wc have been tbv die month. We believe (his is because our Miss Collins gets up a prettier and more stylish hat for less money 'ban any other Milliner. Ifyou want a bat (bat will stilt you exactly, in both style ard price, visit our Millinery department Miss Sara never sells an unbecoming hat :o a custom- UN MILLINERY- pi SABAANDME Hartford Republican rUBUMED EVERY FHUIAY MORKINO. of Trunks, Yalises, Hand Bags, Club Sachels, Umbrellas, Parasols &e.,that are rare bargains, so if you need any of these articles, we invite you to inspect our stock, we have them at any price you may want and feel confident we can please you if you will only come in,and we also want your woo!, feathers,ginseng and yellow root, for which we will pay you the Don't fail to call on us when you are in highest market price, and give you more goods for them, than any other place in town. court, for we will give you a hearty welcome and feel confident we can please vou. town attending We have a large stock li in Half Moon, the ship in which Henry KINDERHOOK. Kinderhook U on a of the farmers uie through planting com and some arc preparing fur large crops of tobacco. Mis. A. E. Barrett, Oweusboro, is visiting iu the Washington neighbor May 17th. boom, several j Saturday, ments for the prosecution of the building of our new hoollinise. triou- - (ueeu, and hear the pomp and We hope the plan will not be given up. ciicumstaui'c of hcr.urrniiinliiig-- ; to , FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. Tnlin li. Vtl.n.l. .. I.... one held ot hood. view thu gieat temple of Solomon, , Dr. J. Russel Pirtle was in Kinder-hoo- k corn planted, but iu.t of the farmers not by description, hut by actual iu Tub General Assembly of the Cumone day last week, he was on are very discouraged over the enntin- -' pprctinu; to witiie pcinnnlly the I .. I berland Preabyteriitn Church id iu I. Ui:i.i:xa, Montana, will send to his way home from Owensborc, where ..l ..... .....I. ,. .,, ,. ., i i uui wei weawier, wnicn lias mane CUIII 'IIHU'll- - illlll LTIIIl'll'll'llL ' session at Memphis. ; the Exposition a meteor, discovered he had been on legnl business. The them very much behind uiih tin ip ,S "' tho e',t ,,,"";!I ""irl-t'ii- -u are It is composed of near that city. looked is work. tint unit liolil tin.!- - fiiiiinnniiid il.in ii ;,'.,.. the iiiestiiimlilt' iriviliin4 uliii-l- i If Protection is each 11 curse to la- nickel and magnetic irou, and is in Doctor his girlsad, but we think it spring like the idea advocated because has gone home. We by our y. Qite number of gentlemen John Robinson Great Word's bor, why are foreigners continually Ji&'s wiSSttiabJutttwo pieces of ninety and seventy Miss Ida Smith has returned to her Superintendent, of having an and ladies nnv the game and pro- ! ..:,... accituu.lt ,.111.ll,.rtl,; leaving the old countries and coming .. . .1 1 "LTi ..! l pounds, respectively. It is repoited home in Oweusboro, after several exnigii ui wore ..one 1. me pup.w oir . tiiiiinmiil il ll.n oe,tI , c,c. .,.,..;.I tthi t,e oy .1 (i n f, ori tomakethoir homes io America, the that when found these pieces were in weeks visit to her frieuds nnd rela- tho common schools, exhibited at the ' , ''rtlnul. greatest protective country iu the 'lml ,1,L r"'" Ihe.--e two clubs will play aguiu mi "ippoiiroii.e. n hole in the ground large enough to tives iu this community. la r this fall. It is u feeble plan ,e 28,h hlsti at Mcllcnrv and a The spectacle of Solomon. I.N Temple, world? k-z- i contain a house, from which fact it Miss Annie Brown, Centertown, is and one that if carried into cllcct will irood i . Come mrnin mm, I tl. o.1M. .'lime is exnectcd. f si.l,., !!! I,.. ,1!.. v ' . . . .1 ....!- - 1- ... . I ' is infered that the meteor exploded visiting her sister, Mrs. Isaac Foster, Juimb Little has decided that the uuuuuuiuu ugreai eucou.age.neiu i uoys, we nre gian to nave you come ., ,m t jCUVt.r )m ' 4MUV " when it struck the earth. at this writing. . recent election held on the local optothe pupils to perseveie in such work.' ,(.)!,e ,l8 nnd we will ticat you u My pupils are building maps of Noith j 'ucc' "9 wu c'"l' tion question at Hnwcsvilio was illeMrs Jo. B. Rogers, Hartford, is Tin: American farmer is asked to tho guest of her mother nt this wri- America, as discovered, by each day's ' gal and that the license issued since is Preston Morton Post G. A.R. give his support to a policy which has YoM.'f his scores another victory for 1.110 t)CSt recitation in Barnes History, that I Will hold inoniorial services on the tllG ting. rlSlV think will merit a place iu such dis- .'10th of May, 18!J2, at the Carson and and a black oye for whisky. destroyed the prosperity of his English J. L. Barnelt! Oweusboro. was in MEETS ALL DAILY neighbor. The Free-Trad- e policy of All old solplay, and if the arrangement is made Sandeifur grave yaid-- . Kinderhook, Saturday night. 'EFja-au- fi diers and friends arc cordially invited Tub Nao York Pros, of last Sun- England bus almost totally ruiued we will be glad to have them exhibNot long since, one beautiful Sab-bat- h to attend nnd take part with us in day has a supplement giving the like, agriculture in that country. Lord ited. Gkazia. strewing flowers over the graves of our The Finely Bred Trotting Stallion evening, there was a young man ness of several great horsemen, home Salisbury iu 1887 spoke us follows oil TO ALL. dead comrades. Let each one brin,r came to Kinderhook, and called at Mighty Small. lost horses and a number of jockeys. this point: his basket full of piovNinns and spend Lost Saturday was the day set the day. Rev the home of a fiiir young lady, as he Among the latter may be seen the J. 1. Pell will attend "There is one subject so deeply After spend- apart for the meeting of the"untei riand give us a talk. All that can of Ohio county's great hateful that I hardly like to touch it, was accustomed to do. smiling face fled" aud unwashed in Mass ConvensssssssW. bring flowers and will do so deliver ing a fow hours. chatting with the race-ridePikoy, Ilames. prccii-elbecause I do not at present tion to select delegates to the State ALIKE. old folks, and as the girl did not make Convention, which meets iu Louis- them at the No Creek Church curly and suflic'ent remeany in the morning. Dinner will be on Henry Wattkiison is still busy scu whichcomplete her appearance, he soon realized that ville the 23th. About a handful of the giounds for all SPifil'IAL .vrriiiNTIOJN I can ofler to the evils I see dy at the Church. telling the Democracy about the before me. The state of ngriculture the girl was not at home and thought them gathered into the bar of the R. 1'. Sniiitni.s, Com'd'r. Given to tho Traveling they had to tet close totimo to take his leave and not stay CourtHouse usclessness of nominating Cleveland Wood Tinm.ey, Adjt. in Great Britain is simply deplorable." it gether to keep their spirits up and n the moon had ruiilic. for the Presidency. Right you are, as he had proceeded after organization to the Commenting on this condition, and uutil often done, but would return to his painful npcratiin of listening to a po To the Republicans ofBrocfc- Mr.Watterson, and if we mistake not, Having particular reterenco to the remother, for probably she wanted to litical huraugo from tho tireless onridgo County. yon might go further and say that it port of the Royal Commission on tho J.Edwin Rowc. Notice, is hereby given that on Satis useless to nominate anybody. see him worec than the young lady state of British agriculture, 'Ihe LonA set of resolutions, long as n Naurday, May 23th, 18!)2, a Mass Mtct-in- g did. Kind sir, you should be careful don Financial Timet describes the distional platform, was adopted, in which Rbi'Uiimcans, remember that on how you make engagements aud then as usual of the Repub'icins of Breckcn-ridg- e Will make the season of 1802 they "turn with piido" to the at the ease and implied tho remedy as folMonday you are called to meet iu the county will ho hell at tha C nirt Fair GimiiiiN, at Hartford, Ky., you will not get left, but will find four years when tho Democr.ic3' belows: at Court House here to nominate the4 gan to grow fat iu tho oflices, and the House iu 'On pvcry pago there was proof your "sweetheart" ready, and waiting people were cured of their desire for po-- o of Hardinsburg for tho pur 81fi to inure, money due when the next Sheriff nnd Circuit Clerk of Ohio nominating candidates for mure is proven to bo in foal or parted witnesses connected for you instead of spendiug tho day a change in tho National Adminiscounty.lt is the duty of every Repub- from all classes of Sheriff and Circuit Court Clerk. All with. Season commenced w ith a friend. As I am not capable tration. A few soft words Fcbiiiury with the cultivation of the land of nre thrown lican to turn-ou- t on that day and take of giving very much advice in regard to tho great Grover, but it's not said Republicans nro cninestly solicited to 20, 1802. A lien will bo held on all falling rents, of the rapidly diminpart in the Convention. Come and to that, I will say, remember it was whether the delegates shall vote in attend. colts uutil money is paid, ishing produce raised on English bring your neighbor. harmony with the soft words or not. CiiAvro.v Ri'.iud, Cl.'in'n. not Gkasmhoi'I'kii. Oild Slocking has tho blood of farms, and an enormous acrcago for The principle of protection was atJkisi: H. Eskimikh:, See'v. the Wilkes family. Ho has two which no teuauts could bo found on tacked with all the virulence that President Haiiuison has accepted crosses ot iiamiltomaii Hi anil two could bo expected from tho disciples ABBIEVILLE. any terms, and which was either takthe invitation, conveyed to him by a May 1C. Alex Hooverattended tho of Cobden and the Free Silver ques- Solomon, His Templo. and crosses of Gill's Vermont, and first committee, to attend the dedication en into the landlord's hands or thrown tho Quuonof Shoba. dam Alni-nil- , which iiiakca him n burial of his brother, Cornelius Hoov- tion wns carefully straddled. Farms ceremonies of the Exposition building out of cultivation altogether. The Enquirer, Thu Comineicial Giu purely bred Hotter. He is n nuluial er, last Friday. Assignee's Sale At Rosino. zette and other leading next October. It is believed certain which a few years ago were iu tho both trotter. Liver-morpapeis, I will soil ot public auction, on that every member of the President's highest state of cultivation are given . Aunt Lydia Turner, of near We nfck the public, to consider his returned last Wednesday from a Friday May 21, HU2, the entire German and English, of Cincinnati, up to weeds, and the homesteads, Cabinet and of the Supreme Court, die prolific in their praises of this new fashionable blood lines, his gicat indivisit to her granddaugh- stock of general merchandise, conand nearly every Senator, Congress- on co the pride of the country side, very pleasant Mrs. Maud Peay, of Tcnuessee. sisting of city floods, boots, sho 8, nnd most impressive of all spectacles, viduality, his high Myle, great spepd man and Governor.also, will be pres- are falling in almost every county ter, notions' 4Vc, ulso phisswaro, which at an expense that would seem for his limited Levi Williams ami son, Estell, hats, amount of training, his .yiwi ent on that occasion. Tho President into ruins. The Commission had no tinwaro,hitrdware and groceries. fabulous, the enterprising manageenduiaiice, nnd if worthy in your eswent to Oweusboro this week with difficulty whatever in finding a manifests very great interest in tho Terms made known on day of sale. ment ot John Robinson's Great timation, we solicit your patronage. for this disastrous some tobacco, Salo begins at ten ri. in. Tho pubExposition and keeps himself tlior-ou- gly ry-explanation World's Exposition produco this year Si:iii:iii:h & II.n:Ni)oitn:ii. Orion Cox went to Hartford last lic is invited to attend. It was only tho posted concerning it. He has condition of things. jrul iu connection with their myriad other M. L. Heaviun, Care of F. W. Yi:isi:it, Saturday." , repeatedly said that he Btands ready inevitable result of our system of attractions, lhcro is no sense so vivid, Assignee of Jonathan Ruley. Hartford, Ky. Miss .losio Sanderfur, No Creek, re at all times to do all within bis power Free Trade."' so lasting and so conclusive nt tho Where, is the intelligent farmer who turned homo Sundny nfter a very in iU behalf. Notice. sense of seeing, aud however studiouswishes to bring his employment to this pleasant visit to relatives at this place. We have placed our notes nnd nc ly or- we may search the scriptures or is She was accompauied homo by R T. counts in J. C. Itiley's hands for colVote for Free From Holland an ofler bos been "deplorable state?" lection. We want aud must liavo other sacred history, the ideas wo made to the Holland Society of New Trade and you will do it. Vote for Sanderfur. money. Those knowing themselves muy form and tho impressions we may Miss Lola Pile, Oweusboro, is visYork and the St. Nicholas Society of Protection and you coutiuuo tho prosindebted to us, will govern them- reccivo conccruiug tho patriarchs aud Mo- - flAOTfflfl 9. Brooklyn to construct and present to perity that is at once the envy and iting friends in Hillside neighborhood. selves accordingly. sages, and the scenes, incidents nntj i i IIT,,,,.., ot them an exact reproduction oi the the wonder of tho Nations. events consequent to their time, can COl llllCK iuOWCl ? I lAuut Judah Bennett and daughter, jotter, & Coniiict. &?" Kn"'''""""'"!'..!.. Hudson discovered and explored the The river which bears his name. societies named have accepted the oflcr and nre planning to fit "up the ship as u club house and to take it to Chicago, both to be exhibited and to be occupied by their members during the exposition. Miss Nannie, Oweusboro, nre friends near their old home. MoHonry vs. HartiorJ. The Mullein y h.lc lull team over Siitiitd.iy afternoon ami played a line game with our a butt e they were defeated hy the of 10 tu'lU. Tnev area "en- tlcmnnlv ot of voiiii'' men. and wnl ihey hated to bo defeated tjuy tve ' "Kt lirilVU llieil. IOl Mllt'S IU.IV- ' Campbell, lor Mc.I'd Hcry pitched a goo! game, and with a little mine practice he will 1. ..I.' !!.. in mic us imu ' nicner . us wu Inuvu !.. a. our county, llanlwickanu llaiullon did the curving for the home hot, r "hard-foug11 he lull tiiictiouiiiy Tn have rr proil.ieed Jim Whitehotisu went to Hartford we hope, to make arrange- nliil luipeiiicl, tlnwe peiviuage and event' and with graphic ell' e. b !'oreyoii;to hear S ilo moil, re utter liN wi-- e aud prophetic word-- ; In we iu pei.-oHhebi'.i illu pl.-uvn I GISEIItH: 1 1 Expo-worth- y 1 "..... ,.. ..... . I '''" ,.,, FAST LIME . I I o-- n, I Ti'w.vwi .J loiilt.u it I Sake made. CASEBIfiR'S 'BUS mtm mm r, ri-e- cr, ODD STOCKING Also keeps a first satisfacto- class Livcsry and Feed Stable, where can have jour Horses Fed. and the best of rtes da or nitf hi. Leave your will) Remember there no better machine made than tho I m j in FAIR BROS. & CO.Ii Don't forget to look over the 2 )0 tlifl'crcnt children's mils tor $1.00 up nt Knhn's. PERSONAL. BASE BALL-ME- AN WHISKY. d Something Like ELECrRIC! ECLECTIC! A Spring Display. ECLECTIC Because we show absolutely everything worth buying in Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Dress Goods, Millinery, etc. ELECTRIC Because our spring display is positively dazzling and electrifying. INSPRIRING Because we show what business pluck and ability' can do in getting together a good stock and a good crowd. Where, Oh Where are our competitors? i 1 answers, IXJj.IX.Ej. Come to us in crowds. We can take care of all. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION IS Furniture! & CO,, Props. FraiW! Trade with Sura & Me. Buy your Kline from Sehapmire. The Baranr is full of new goods. Remember Marliu, the Jeweler. Buy Clmhii g only ut Fair Bros. C.i. & ,"la .1 J:r V. 1 i & ' TrfcWC.J.'. 'T" ' &?. 5v & Get one of Kudu's writ'. Go to Woterfiuld al-w- ool 87.50 for fresh Gro- - Just received 150 new Men's Suits For Dressers, Ward-Robe- s s nl Knhn's. Seo FHirBros. meii't "suits. T. Weslorfiel-dV. Co.'s. fine lino of Suits,Bock-er- llouiustoad Tobacco Grower at G. Got jour Tolmeco G. T. Westorfield. Stylish Lace, in or anything in the General Furniture Lino, see Fertilior from latest dosigns at t. j. mokton. N.N &M.V.R.R. Fair Bro?. & Co. New Lino of Ladies Fast Black Hose nt Knhn's. Remember G. T. Westerfiuld keeps frosh goods. call Milksbn For a first-cla- ss on G. T. Westorfield. : m TIIAINS I.KW'K IIKAVKIt MM. T1UINS GOIM1 WEST. 12 10 r. No. I., Mull ami Ki'rp .11. mr. .Nt.. 7, l.limlrJ KiirriK Everybody buju from Fair Bms. Co., because they treat) on right. & THV1M IIOIMJ Nn.C, Mull (ml l'.xirri. No. , l.lmili il i:Tf Elsl. - - HI - 1 r. . Finn line of Fine Dross Goods for Commencement nt Fair Bros. & Co. to visit tho groat Iioumjoi Fair Bro & Co., gain FBI DAY, MAY New Hats I' Don't f.iil barMon-da- V. 13, 1802. at Kahn'ri. New Parasols ut Knhn's. New Calicoes nt KnhnV. New Carpets nt KuhuV. " Harris & Heed nrc the fancy barDon't forget bers at Clnverport. them. Everybody that wants n first-cla- ss Rig goes to Cascbier & Burton's stablo New Clothing nt Kahn's Look at KnhnV 810 suits. New Lap-ru- gs nt Knhn's. It you want anything in the Jewelry line, call on the oil reliable, C. R. Martin. Cheapest Millinery in town can be Call on Miss had at the Bazaar. Sara nnd be convinced. New Man's Shoes nt Knhn's. New Dress Goods ut Knhn's. New Straw HnU ut KnhnV. Hew Lino of Laees nt Knhn's. C. It. Martin is .prepared to do all kinds of repairs on Watches, Clocks, JLook at Knhn's $7.50 Man's suit. Jewelry and Spectacles. Davis & Hajues are first class bar-torWhen you come iu to Court, leave Call on them. vonr horse with Cascbier & Burton, nt any for the best of feed and attention. Ice nt Williams Bros hour, or iu nny quantity. Singer SewA genuine High-AYr- a sold next MonKemcmbcr Davis & Hayucs, the ing Machine will be day on the street at auction, for cash. barbers, during Circuit Court. s. When you como -- to town visit Best lino of Pebble Spectncles nt Schapmire's Shoo storo nnd examino Martin's. He guarantees a (It. his goods. He will save you money Evcrjbody is glnd to see' the new and treat you right. walk in front of tho court house. Rev. E. M. Crowe will preach tho Good Irish Potatoes at Williams funeral sermon of Willie 1'irtlo, deBros'., for table use or planting. ceased, the fifth Sunday in this month When you want a pleasant ride to at Goshen at 11 o'clock a. iu. Beaver Dam, rail on C. L, Field. For all kinds of Sowing Machine The Bazaar wants your Feathers, Needles,8huttle8, Bands, Oils and atGinseng nt the highest market prico. tachments, go or send to the Singer office. Ghosh Williams, Agt. Cornelius Hoover.a highly respectDon't use oil that will gum your ed and honored citizen of Clear Run The machine, but go to the Singer office neighborhood, died last week. family have our sympathy in their and get that which U guaranteed no Gross Williams, Agt. to gum. bereavement. lion. John .1. Mellonry went to Tho Facts About a Much-Talke" JJoiino Wtdnosdny. , of Fight nt C .1..!.... lines. L If. J.i.ich Calhoon. -- :o:i? IHIIIUl Sprhg , vvim in town Tuosdiv. Hurtford. This Hotel has recently been and re fnrnithtd. It is May !, As you will doubtless get M. Bluest, (huapoit and ' Munrit. I'oui I.I HciMirin, returned fro.u a garbled account of the little scrape is furnished with the best the market 10 second to none. The table iiosii.lv ovoninir. place to buy jour clothing, is at Fair nlfiirds. Dr. and Mrs. Coleman, returned that took place 'on tho J. C. Kerr Bros & Co.'s Saturday night, from Ovvensboro, Tiles lay. I will give you tho Special care will he taken to accommodate the publi during Don't fall to viait Fuir Bros ACo.'s W. M. Coombs, Adaburg, made tacts in the case. Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headqu triers Mammoth Clothing and Shoo II hu-us u pleasant cull yesterday, A. Hudson, John and Dan King, here. Come oue nnd all and try us. Wo are reasonable in our 'during Court. .Mis. (J. It. Martin has been resting of Hartford, and somo other men charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't from Liverraoro, Rockpnrt, Paradise Stocks of now goods nrriving dully voiy won lor tuo past lew days. forget the place, corner Market and Union Streets. nnd Rochester got up a game of bnse at the Bazanr. This shows who litis Rev. D. E. Barrett went to Owens-borball with Calhoon first nine. ClarMonday, returning Tuesday. Special arrangements will be made to nccommoduto the tlio cheapest lino in town. Judge W. T. Owen is with bis ence Erwin was umpire and made people at the Fair. Knlin has the Clothing at yournvvn ll.ii tford friends this week. several errors in favor of tho Calhoon price. You know that is better than miiiij boys, which got up a few words .Miasms Ella Crowe nnd Ella Hunyou can do elsewhere. him and Hudson. The river ter wore iu Owensboro Saturday. While in town during Circuit Court Miss Sue Crow, of tho No Creek, boys led by a score the first inning, go to Davis & Hnyncs for an tusy neighborhood, inrulo us a call while and after two innings, by Erwin's deshave or an elegant hair-cu- t. cision and changing players, they in town Monday. Then Ally WeUerfield, Remember that C L. Field is still Miss Lida Starr lias returned to stoodGtoll. Puducnh, after spending soverul from Rochester, wus called in and in the Livery and Feed business. weeks with Mrs. C. L. Field. umpired the game to the satisfaction -- AT THE- Call on him next Monday. Rev. W. E. Cook came up from .'.fall parties, hut tho Calhoon boys. When anyone oilers to sell you the Ovvensboro Tuesday to spend n few Calhoon played! innings, 24 scores, Singer for lcs thun 840 or $50, watch days with bis family at lieda. while the rivci boys 5 innings nnd 15 him he is trying to beat you. Fred Baruch, tho popular sales- scores.white-washingthCalhoon boys Gross U illiams wants, to trade man at Kahn's, has been sick for 4 times. Archie Cain, of Hartford, Sewinu Muchiuus for several good several days, but is much better. and Bill Tanner got up a fow words cows nnd young calves See biin. Rev. W- - D. Cox, Corydon, who when Tanner ran aud got a bat and Dr. J. S. Coleman goes to has been engaged in a revival at drew his knife and started towards organize a Baptist Church at I'lcns- - Ralph's Chapel, called to sec us Mon- Cum, who was lying down. Hudson day. nnd Suuday. nnt Ridge men gavp uain a Dat and got one Frank Mav. of the firm of Afiiv himself Williams Bros, is the best place to telling Cain to raalce him hit get good Blacksmith work done. Bros., Whitesvillo, passed through . him. Tanner stooped when Bud Er. enrouto tor rieas- tools nnd experienced town otinestiay, They use good win ran up with his hand on his pockant Kulgo. workmen. Mrs. Jennie Mosley and daughter, et threatening to kill the first man Mineral Springs aod Hartford Friends of Miss Jessie, went to Pleasant Ridge, who touched Tanner. will cross lints on the home grounds both sides interfered nnd the fuss evening, and a good game Tuesday to visit the family of Dr. Hoover. wns stopped. is expected. The Kerr gave nn excursion to Hon. Win. Milligan left Tuesday a paity, consisting oi uuoui twenty night, to attend the General Assem- Point Pleasant and back, and the & youug people, went to Mies Lena bly, which convened Ky. at Memphis, Calhoon boys loaded up with pistols, Carson's hint Fiidny night, and had Turin., tho 18th. He will return knives and mean whitky, u jolly social. went up, Monday. taking Geo. Erwin along to do their Tnko your feathers, wool and ginMiss Marguerito Ilardwick, who They tried to seng to Fair Bros. & Co., they will has poen very ill for sereral days, fighting for them. pay you more for it than any other is improving, nnd will soon be able raieo it as soon as the boat started, but BETTER KNOWN AS THE Iiuiibc in Ohio county. Capt. Williams nnd Geo. Ragan to bo out ni'iiip. kept it down. Just as the boat whisCascbier & Burton will board IioibCs Miss Norn Putteison. who has during Court nt Reasonable rates by been sneudiuir sevurul months with tled to laud nt the Calhoon wharf the Erwius finding Cain by himself raised Newly Famished, meal, day or week. The best of feed her grandfather, Rev. Chapman j Rates $1-0per day. Meals 25c- in abundance ulways on hand. a fuss, when Geo. Erwin jumped ou Urovv, ot Jioua, returned tolierliome East side Frederica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky., him with s, Do not forget us when got in two you want near Leitchfield, loat Monday. Groceries nnd Hardware. We keep licks on his hend when he went down. MRS. CHAS. ROB Y, MRS. C. E. WILLING HAM,Props. good stock and fair prices. You can buy a Singer Sewiug Ma- Dan King landed one on Erwin's left Williams Bitos. chine on easy terms (10c per day,) eye and floored Intn, when Cain and miss the money, it Thorough, Practical Instruction. Gridu. ho clinched. Hudson rushed out of Dr. I. D, Skinner, uu eminent pay for and never ate. Utol to po.ition. "CUloru Gnoss Williams, PKKK. Wrlti-tColored Biptist divine of Clarksville, fry it. the cabin and choked Erwin loose, Agent for Ohio County. & Stntlos Buinm Collin. Tcnu.,will preach at the Colored Bap Bruit who had got oue of Cain's fingers in LOUISVILLE. KV. list Church here Sunday and Sunday his mouth, Erwin then got out his night. A Beautiful Tribute to a pistol aud fired five shots. Tho first Beautiful Life. The Hartford House receives fresh one inflicting u slight ill "All is over, funeral vegetables uveiydny. and has made &. A fruit-tre- e arrangements to have a gmjd supply evening," and memory weut back Hudson's left Hrru. on hard dtniiigCourt and Commence, ten years to a morning in June, when ngent, from Greenville, received a a pleasant faced girl timidly applied painful wound in the left leg. supmum week. fur u situation iu my store. posed to be from Erwin's pistol, there The Hartford Homo oller-- j the best As the startliuc message lay before ot enteituumeut during Circuit me, it seemed to recall every step of were 5 or G shots fired. Cniitt and Commencement wct.k. the bright girl's progress. Now little Dr.Gates dressed the wounds. Geo. fiy it. '." cents per meal. Rites by little the burdens nnd cares of the Erwin got a black eye, sore lips and will bo given by the week. business were removed from me his front teeth)loose. Cain a bitten finnow from a pupil she became couuv Reiucniliir the Singer M.ic'iines nn eellnr nnd adviser uow. before 1 was ger nnd u sore bind. All doing well gii'trinteed for 5 years nnd you always aware of it, I came to depend upon ut lut account. base uu agent around to" see atler her, until imperceptibly all the finanGeo. Erwin fired the first and last them, if needed. cial management of the business had shot, Bud Erwin did the talking. G::os Williams, Agent. rolled from mine, onto the shoulders Yours, of the young girl. On Tuesday, May the 31st, a counAn Eye Witness. Is it any wonder that the message cil will meet ut Green River Church filled my heart with such deep, deep to ordain Rev. Mont Hampton t'j the A Sunday School was organized Gospel ministry, at which Dr. J. S. sot row? Is it any wonder that it is last Sunday at Barnett'sCreekChurclr so hard to realize that I will never sec, Coleman has been requested to preR. B. Stewurt, and talk with her aain, that we will Mies Florence Superintendent, nnd side. Bartlett, Secretnry, never bend over the same ledger or i m Wo nro still in the lead and exdiscuss questions of business together So when you again? Yes, it is even so, the acpect to continue eo. aie in town call ou us for anything counts uro all balanced the books infiist-clonnd we ussure you, you nre closed the tired pen is laid aside T I C I J I t will get just what you want. i and Bertha is at rest. Si Jx. What a woman she was what wonSaka & Mi:. derful intellect what keen percepOn Tuesday the 2 Ith, iiiat.. the tions what indomitable energy. Of Daviess County Ministers and Dea- all the girls or boys of all the wocons Meeting convenes at Central men or men, who held positions with MaCity. The introductory will lie nie, in the course of a thirty yours by Rev. J. N. Jurnagin, of busiuos, she stood, in every respect, Dealer iu Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts, Ovvensjioro Wagons. tins county. head nnd shoulders above them 37uSaddle or Hum ess Horses for sale or hire at all times. -- S Tho Oratorical Contest Monday all. As for her goodness of heart and nothing, that night, May l bo 80tb, will be tho purity of character, m o the most might orsay, grandest aifair of the kind ever giv- could add gitted beauty writegathers Resolutions. t. P IlikiiED, Preal , Jko. II, lu.mi, Ci.hl.r that to the To the Farmers en iu tho Green River Cuuutiy. A about her name. Above nil, she was Resolved, That Dr. Joe. Taylor, Who wish to purchase first-ela- s Evmost delightful entertainment. with n simplo trusting who has been President of our Socien Chiistinu and fertilizer Drills and theDeer-in- g erybody come. Admmission Il5cts. faith that never wavered. Of the Condition of the ty for the past year, is. entitled to the corn Mowing Machine and Hay-rakAs the years shall roll on, and lit- thanks of every member for Jhe acMiss Maggie Nail's Musicale ut the best on market, can do no betthe Cuurt House this evening will be one tle girls shall grow to womanhood tive interest he has taken lu'our So- ter than call on, F. W.Yeiser, of the most enjoyable nlliiirs of the in the dear old town where her beauti- ciety. Hartford, Ky. ful life's story was written, fathers nnd Resolved, That we esteem Dr. Miss Nail has spared no seaonu. . paius in the tiuiniug of the young mothers, in the nurseries nnd around Taylor a worthy.intellcctual and com. Republican Convention. folks, and you will be more than re- their hearth stoties, will gather their petent physician, and since he is about The Republicans of Ohio county little ones together, to repent the sto- to sever his affiliation with our Socie. paid for coming out. At the Close of Business ry, nnd hold up, us the mightiest ty nud return to the West, we take are requested to meet in Mass ConvenApril 23, 1892. John James Leach, n pmmincnt model of emulation, the life nnd char- pleasure in commending him as a tion at tho court house inHartford on citizen of Cromwell neighbuiliood, acter of Bertha Gibson, one of tho gentleman and physician, to the phydied of consumption ut his home on strongest the purest nnd best that sicians and others wherever ho may Monday, May 23d, for the purpose of nominating candidates for ShcrifTand RESOURCES. iust. He was a ever graced her uativo town. Ay, locate. Thuredny, the Mntnn in good standing, and one of when other names shall have been Notes audJJills 850,288.61 J. T. Milled, M.D., ") U)ra- - Circuit Cotlrt Clerk, aud to the best men in tho county. His forgotten, towns, people, yet unborn, 3,000.00 E.B.Pendleton.M.D., ue the County Committee. Said Real Estate place iu the community will be hard with prido will say to the pnssiug Resolved, That, wheicas, Dr. Fe- Committee to be chosen in open con- Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 to fill. Expenses Paid Hero Bertha Gibson was lix, the late Vice Presidennt of our stranger: 592.97 each precinct presenting its Cash ou Hand and born, here her beautiful life was spent, Society, has taken a now field of prac- vention, iu other Tho Republicans of Cromwell Pre and here her ashes sleep, and thero is choice for Committeeman, on the call Banks 28,646.01 cinct will meet ut Cooper Schoolbouso J one of whom, the proudest thing that tice, near Evansville, Ind., we wish of the precincts by the Secretary of to recommend him as a physician, on night to select n suita- men may say of him will be, 884,027.59 the Convention, and unless there be who is a gentleman and fully compeble candidate for County Committeed of the life of this lovely that LIABILITIES. more than one candidate from any man from their precinct. Tho Stcw-artvi- llo itirl wns spent m intimate associa- tent to fill the place he has under taken. 825,000.00 ono precinct tho vote shall bo taken Capital Stock Republicans will meet ut tion with him. S. W. A. J..T. Miller, M.D., 1 Com. ou tho names presented as a whole, Reserve 862.31 Baizetown Schoolhouse at tho same Owensboro, Ky., May, 11. E.B. Pendleton ,M.D., ) 2,250.00 timo for a like purpose. It is desired otherwise such precincts as have Surplus more than one candidate shall be voted Interest and Exchange. . . . 1,460.40 that u full turnout is had at each , 54,154.55 on separately and the rest as a whole. Deposit Account place. College Happenings StittBiBt of tbi Cosiitioi 300.33 The Committee thus elected to choose Due other Banks Now nre wo beginuiug to rcalizo OF THE Revival. its own Chairman and Secretary. that school is drawing to a close nnd 884,027.59 A great revival at Ralph's Chapel, our work for this year will soon have J. S. R. Wedding. Ch'm'n. lias near Magau, just olosed. come to an cud. Each ono is antici- BANK OK In submitting this we beg to state Jo. B. Rogers, Sec'y. Thero were ten conversions and pating n grand time the closing week, that our business has steadily grown five sauotificutious. A wondorful and is working to bring things up At (be Clone ! Bualnrsi, 'March each month since our opening, and was work by tho most careful, watchfulness and accomplished among to 10, 1H93, and fcubmllted io (Me his expectations. Our friends tho church members. Men nnd wo- do not forget us, but almost daily do Htkholdcra XMllnv After looking theBuggy Mar. a strict observance ofthe principles of March the most conservative Banking, we men, who hud been ou bad terms wo have some one to see us. They kets over we have purchas- hope not only to extend our acquaint for years, were reconciled. One nlwuys receive n warm welcome. ed a New Line of Buggies and ance, but to prove ourselves worthy and his sou who hud not We should bo glnd if oveiy pcrsou in tnuii RESOURCES. the confidence that is being so liberalspoken to each other for years, school Hartford interested in the 859,399.82 Spring Wagons which we con. ly reposed in us. members of the same ohurch, work, would come nud see us be- Bills discounted. ., 3,000.00 fidently reccommend for their We are here to accommodate the Real estate L. R. B. were reconciled. tween now afid the closo of school. Among our visitors Mondny, were Furniture and fixtures.... 1,000.00 STYLE and DURABILITY, as people, each and every business, 1,341.07 courtesy aball be extended to then, Lizzie Monro, E. P. Moore, Mar- Bonds Co. MissBean, Hcury Hardwick aud T. J, Debts in suit 743.54 well as cheapness. Call and but in no case shall safety be sacrivin ficed for friendship or to obtain buspaid 303.59 see them. Hav- Morton.Kapp,Chicago,nttended Gener- Expensessate iness. 5,529.97 Cash iu John H.Barnes, Cashier. Mr. 38,602.32 Cash iu other banks BLOCKER & C(). al Exercises Tuesday Morning. The Ladies decorated Dr. Alexan8110,037.91 W. T. MoKENNEY, der's table with flowers on Monday For Sale. LIABILITIES. courso we had a morning, aud of One 3 year old maro.one thorough flowery talk. 830,000.00 Capital stock bred bull, two milch cows aud twi Miss Lura Williams attended Gen75,553,05 calves, Deposits For terros.eall on or address eral Exercises Tuesday morning. 40.37 Due other Banks BBAVSR DAM, KY. John J. MoHenhy, Will Cook, Hubit, attended Gener- Dividends'unpaid 4.00 38tf Hai tford, Ky. bis office from the first al Exercises yesterday morning, 4,440.49 Profit aud loss Will be in 15th of each month. Offthe Enunott Cook accompanied his ice over Bank. All work guaranbrother, Will.homc yesterday and will 8110,037.91 Moke Anon. ' rt. K. Cox, Phbmdent. return Monday. teed. Prices reasonable, Fair Bros. C .., uro lenders in nil Call anil bcg them when In tV d c o HARTFORD HOUSE. TEilfcT CEJILjTT'S e Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping appfes as mmm m s&ssssi can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two or three prices for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK CO. Beaver Dam, I PALME'.R HOUSE. t0 bras8-knuck- flesh-woun- d fj. IBB pled. rMr - - fji very table. BUGGIES, VEHICLES, CARTS. j rLX ss The Farmers of Ohio county who tend buying Machines will bear in mind that the McCormick broke the great chine Combine last year. i r M AyV A A t V V e Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BUNK 1- -th one-thir- -- HARTFORD New Buggies. ie.3. Farmers of Ohio Greeting. Mowing Machine, I will be prepared to give you the very'bestj price on same. ing taken the agency for the McCormick m DENTIST Dan F. Tracy. nil PAn"'$ Hartford Republican t WASHINGTON LBDTdft. The President Is going to thoBcashoro with Mrs. Harrison, who is just getting well enough to travel;Sec-retar- y Jiohle is in St. Louis, and Secretary Foster has gone up the Potomac for several days bass fishing. All of which shows lion much truth there is in the stories printed by Democratic papers, charging that the entire Administration is devoting its whole time trying to influence tho votes of tho untiislructed delegates to the Minneapolis Convention. Congressional Republican The Campaign Committee has elected an Executive Committee and officers and buckled down to their woik of assisting to elect a Republican majority of The the House next November. Committee's work is constantly being made easier by the action of the Democratic majority of the present House. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations does not agree with the House in ignoiing the good propecls for largely increasing our commerce with the other Republic on this con ' tinent, mi it has i courted amend hnentsto the consular and diplomatic milc,CnSing to g.lU.UUU, the amount appropriated for the maintenance of the bureau of Aniercan Republics, and appropiiating 80.1,000 to pay the share of the United State-- of the expellee of the preliminary survey for railway, recom the Lou- mended by the May 13. I inter-coiitiiieu Ot otovy . FRIDAY, MAJ 20, im. tnini-ly.lmv- HARDINSBURG. o Holnutl Smitli nnd moved to Stcnlicnsport.whero they will make their future home. Hon. B. F. Beard, of this place, is a candidate for delegate to represent this district in the Democratic NaHe will in all tional Convention. probabilities be chosen. The new City Council met Tuesday night of last week. Jnmcs V. Beard, was chosen Marshal, and Jesse It. Kkridgc, City Attorney. political fight There Was a red-h- ot in Cloverport for M.iyor ot that city. Chas. Light foot was elected by a He was the Demof thirteen. ocratic eundidatc. Mks Tearl Shull is visitnig her Frank ilaswell. John P. Haswell, Jr., Misj Linnie Haswell and Miss Jessie Shull went to Cloverrmrt Saturday. April, :10th. A mas meeting ot the People's Party was held in tho court hou.e, April, me .win, io m'ici-- i to the District Convention to noun nato n candidate for Coiigu's and to the State Convention to nominate Delegates to their National Convention. George Stone, of l.citchfield, was endorced u their candidate for Circuit Judge, in this Judicial Dis-trict. nrovided he will endorse the principle of tho People's Party. Klihu Mcador, one of our old and ctunly farmers living near thN jilaw, departed this life on the morning ot May the (ith. lie was a man highly esteemed for sobriety and honesty. lie was n devoted member of the C. Politically, ho was a P. Church. ttalwart Republican. Ed'VV right, of Louisville, is viit-in- g the family of Judge Meieer. Mrs. G. P. Jolly lcturned from n visit to Mrs. Piggot, of Irvington, hist May 13. and said: "For liiauy years thou hast borne the blame for the many errors thy printers made' iu thy paper, thy paper has failed) alas! for subscriptions were never paid. Thy printers have deviled thee on Saturday evenings for wages when thou Ittulst not a red to thy name. Men have taken thy pajter without- - paying u cent; yea, verily, and cursed thee for not suing a better. All things hast thou borne in silence. Thou canst not come in. There will be n dunning of delinquent subscribers (for hell is full of them) and discord will be created in our kingdom. Begone! heaven is your home." YOU .11 A lK tiil-- mlili- - I.) !ii.lii-lloi- i Vrllo fonatipatimi, Hiiilnc-a- , los or Appi-tllr- , IUw i lire, skin? Yitnlizrr i n sM.IIrt V. Wiijni-Otlffliillro. Ail editor dlf Q and slowlj' Wended his way to hellt The devil rJtiw him ' 01 W, an uanon llliiiliiiiiWlliiiilliiiiMillliiiiiliiiilMiiiiiinliiil(lii,t JAY-EYE-S- EE inj3 ; . '. of rory ltnon of two )enr r,Ui:i (lllikorf Irmo Knrm, homo Itiiclno, W I,., ii) i Iter tr Ini? L.ir.oli tci.icil.v, 1 uiuum. r. ui-atiiniUnK. iron n J jcar eld nily, Itlithrconiilic0llcniiol Mil. J. I. ; ; w QUINN'S OINTMENT. 1291 wkm kk i na ilnttiiiut of. I iR'iirtlly ri'coinineiul 1: toull lloricmon." We Itlmhehcatrireparatluiil hitcpprtiFcdnrhcnrd ! ; hme iimifrrtli tsuc testimonial! Auk rourilruultforlt. HI . aaajUlHTKADK MAHh.. W. .1. lUlliV & CO., tVliilelmll, J V. ltt:iiiiiiii!ttitiiiiiiiiiiii:iai:ii-.tiititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- Kl Si :iib ib ifc Ii B 3 ma-jari- ty AM. ifSiOO 10 ViSOivO I'lt'lPiiiilulKii'nii ulioli-lim- worki'iVii 'c llll) in t'HMi'.'iitlimi'l l' - illltnll) uml cltli to tin- - liiiiif-"- . l.'.r' i". "i'i i'wn .ml uli'l llnlr )l Spin- - in fl tlllMIH-il- .. aj t,r t Do you lsnow thnt n Utllu iit'.iucicui A i it 1itn' t twt nuTiaav t It ni tf ittfmi lalfMi. 113 .. Hit tmikiv 'IU U iL4. I'll Hit lunnnd far too rtc:im:u Into C01u.u1111.tiou ami villi i.i DiMt.i? iVopIo HUiTorins from Ai'.Iun.t, lJionclilti.s, Vnuuiuoiiu mid Consumption will nil ivi jnu iiiui m WH' " m 110 mr i m w Wlrnuh n IT : i: a C I ? tl.BTM.-B- a fif'W-H- a 4 . nrRV.twlll WUI'IrtlM aUVLMI Uir liu rnirr nm nttOANT OLIMOL, And many there be we hope. TU1T i ''& lS -- ." IT STARTED WITH E k COLD. n. AILL 3PEND HER CENTS FOR AIISFFIII rAKF llUll. Vn. lini,ii-.liiiti- . II. V. JOII.NO.V A CO , Miln -- t., s NIIII.Oll'SCuriMilll ulinupiiiX ioiikIi ami Wiijiii- - ilrlffln A llru. ulldoi'roiip, I') .. for liinilnti. WHEN rOU GO TO CAM. ON 0WENSB0R0 t tho of nil Modern Kemeilles? It will stop a Cough itioueniqlit It will check aCoM in atlay It will prerent Croup, reliovo At tlinvi uud cure CoiisumpMon if t.il.on in time, " You can't nlfoul to bo without it." A 2. cont Iwittlo mnv tavo on Ask your drugxi-- n r ft, i r .i iio $100 iu Doctor's bilN may havo your life to V. II. IIookeii & Co., 10 West llrm '.way, New Yoik, for lx)k. a a k 1 1 nit a . m 1 i&smmmBsz DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY Coughs, Coldt and Consumption U be and question j:nati'-m i ii i i ii : i :i wJJJkWkWkm'i an yon nnoni to neglect it I Can you trifle wiui bu wTwtu it iiuiiiT t iro j oil awurotnat Of FAIRBANKS- - CLA1RETTE SOAP' 1 gross. C. Theo.Cain, -- PLEASANT V, RIDGE. Mrs. Hunfami- K R5m 1'Ji mwPiiJEWMmMbWM! Hrl sHMPMirur-2E- j lPs-fcifWl- jl week. WHY Rev. W. B. Snead preached at the, JOILY BOWHOMME, M. E. Church Sunday morning and evening. I)KI.KK IX The entertainment given at the Tropical KIll'lTN mill 'ourrlloiii'rIr, City Hall last Saturday night, by the Owensboro, Ky. pupils of our school, brought out a All Orders From Stage 1'romptly a large number of people. The Hull tended to. Such exercises are aloily was filled ' ways largely attended by our people. This is right, an intei est should always ".'.Curt Vt liiiliinl Mniiunlt, I'ric. be taken iu the effort of the boys and WHiGRO NATIONAL oraScvcial girls in this respect. i ' tions, above the average in style and merit, were given by the young men. Both vocal and instrumental music was DO VOl' WA.NT TO M VltllY. onl.) n unl lulir och1 finm cntlt-mei- i rendered, some of which wi& well re- nfi l tin iiii irom. ill fir MiuiitrjJ Altogether If so, top) vf , ceived by the audience. oui Urn mt anil llllftF The till' rlcj lilt lllltrimniilil ipcr the entertainment was good. Deposits Security huiltliful ltLnz.0IK. uliuh u ill utlonl )ou lllol people were pleased, for linn) n it i) : cm li riijo)iiitnttliiii)oiilmc J'he Democratic County Committee muni r ont ilrj" liinulinl of Icttera trum joijiij; were in conclave here .ust Saturday. Utile ami gfiiticin,iiiutlngi'nrre.uii'lint'from We have not bepii able to learn what tdme of tCopjKfitocx; II lltcri i a imiti or' kind of iucantatiiois wcie carried on. viniiiui ulioln- - nut fKiiinl iii- - or li r itlmli) I ilir.lHAVur We notice that young Mr. Smith, In ie'i. lli. u'lliiiiKrluiiil. n d iJ o ii ii t v l',n."OM, ifMim l"i, Ii lli)l-tiiIrnt, HoIiiii, of Eliabetbtown.aspire-- to statesmanMi., Spi'ci-ity- . w ship. tiii: oMicsr I'liorouitvruKit in t The Committee appointed by the K niukliiK Breckeniidge bar to diaft ieoliitioiis ttii l.ri-ri- i Kiwil'lcliii'4'i in tin- - IoIIoiiIiik: Ion ri-concerning the death of Alfred Allen, fur llir next llw iiioiiIIi-i- : on deceased, repotted as follow; Our iliu. CaltliiPl l'htot;ruh H'J.OO 1.30 This bar is called upon in tlie piu- " ilu. 1.00 ' " " " Hirer dencc of God, to mount the death of LAWSON RENO, Cashlor. Onr-liiiI. lilt dor. iiiril of its old and illiistiioiis members. one ' 1.00 " lnl One - occupied high and A man, who ha10 Tnotliil.vpes distinguished populous io Statu and U3 ' " " Oiii STANDARD FDntfcrNlUR-- ' Nation. .liil HimiiiI.i Jnlli-r- . III llii'('il) Hliorc ii r iiiiiilf. t!iil,iwa- - a man of good charill mill sir iiii, Col. Allen (ji.oiiiii: w. .11 vruiN. acter, which placed him in the liotil UIO Mniil Slri'i'l, rank, both in piivate life and uiKci.il His integrity eveiywhei" station. was uiiijiiestioned. Hi? conscientious- - Notice State ot Kentucky. liiul ... nnd iino ...... tlin iimilwitr fil'ti .. ..,....., ... .. oiiio (iitui'ir conir. wctipied the whole gioiind. leaving no Xilpliy K. Samuels .... . ' O" Ijetition m evasion or double- room whatevei lot ,) Ho was a complete minded- s. r, s. Samuels o.j.!l!) j changer to duplicity or iiulaitliluN notice ii lieieov given tliat .iipny TWINBROTHEHS ot wlucli wasiu h oamuels and ncss, the . ."5. batnueN, her hi-own mind, husband, have lliN day filed in slid no sense admirable to nor found lodgment iu the minds ot court tlieir joint petition, praying that DRY others with releioin'o to him. Ktid Zilphy Samuel be empoweied to lirst His biuiii power was of the enjoy, sell ami convey for her IT? posse-!-inthe cleaie-- t own ue and benefit any lnopetty she L and the niiiilc-- t eoiiiiiehe!isiou inay have or aeiiiiie, free iioiii the of all subjects that engaged his intuiclaim or debt-- or control of her hustion. Iu whatever field he e.oicied band, and to make couiiacts, sue ami Ins abilities he excelled, to a c.nipimi-ou- s he a a single woman, to tratle degree, anil wielded tin iulluence in her own name and traiiriict biui- hJr " that was commanding ami compelled itc-- - a a single woman. the admiration oi till men. ron tJiven under mv baud us Clerk of Knglish, Ntid Couit. thi, It'll day of May, 1.S'Jl'. A master of tint eha-tehis speeches and wiitiug-- weie mod V. Ii. II.viimvicK. Clctk. Attest, els oi simplicity, pinny and tine V ..VS VI. .nth tVATCRlOO VtASl CO OCTROirMlCH IAJI.il OU i Bobust and iikismvc in Vi mit., Ii Citnili I!uik'I. The poetical teiiuoflu-- -- ..I. It. V.. W.ijiu- iiiitliti Dm. I'rln' thought. nature softened and intide beautiful iHtAoeiiT iu a long life at the bar Master Commissioner's Noexpres-ionhe won latncls ilia t leuiaiu- - as a C tice to Creditors. 7 proud memento to his tlecendniits. onio t'liit'uir court. conscienCol. Allen was not only a V. B. Leach's Ail m'r, PlaiiitiH'. tious man, but he was an earnest Against. man. His convictions were strong V. B. Leach's Heiiv, itc. Det'nts. ami deep. This was manifested iu l Jw All persons havni'' claims against bis religeous experience. He acknowlft ll the estate of V. B. Leach, deceased, edge his allegiance to his (Jrentot, are hereby notified to produce the with the same simplicity and earnest. TTr" r IS THE BEST. same, properly proven, to the underitCM that marked him in all hi' charS signed, Master Commissioner of said acteristics. Ho loved home and fiiendi kith Court, at his ollicc in Hartford in mid kin. His devotion to his native Ohio county, Kentucky, on or before town and county, amounted ulino-- t to the lid day of May, next, or they will None deserved so much, bo forever buried. This 8th day of worship. March, 1802. John 1. Baiikktt, II. A. LOZlilliU&CO., none, were entitled to inoro considMaster Commissioner said Court. eration iu his estimation The excelWholesale Dealers, !)2-lent character ot Col. Allen is and shall be an inspiration tti tliu-- o young, CLEVELAND, O. er than he. He was an honor to liN !H0 Superior St. town, county, state and country. always trim ami never fu He was , n faltered iu hu devotion to them. ' 9 Vllr JL VJlfflt'l flT7" Social, eompauiotiable, entertaining, Vt ; Mi it) We inis him in our instructive. circle, but we have the many splendid features of his life ami chaiacter to The Leading Photographer. remember and to emitate. J. W. Li:wis ) Moitin-- i KKiiii.i,i:, Com. Picture In Every fyls and Sise. John A. MnuiY, tsrOhi Pictuies Copied and Knlarge CURES WOTHINQ BUT PILES. A , a ter, Sacramento, arc visiting the ly of Mrs. Hunter, at this place. A crowd of young people nttended singing at Red Hill Sunday. T. P. Ralph, who purchased the Burnett property, has moved in and the store, which will soon burnt in thepiing. Rev. I). Yeiser delivered quite an able sermon ton large ciowd here Sunday. visited our E. Boyd, town Sunday. visited her home Miss Ella'Ciowe atNewville Saturday. The organisation of the RaptUt Church here will be the 4th Saturday mid Sunday in this month. Mi-Hu da Bryant is visiting Miss Sue Jenkins this week. Our school is progressing nicely. Dr. J. C. Hoovor lecture the physi-- , ology class twice a week. Hai.i.yjoiik. May, 10. II. Jones, wiflytud S2S33 For the fined and Mutt Arliillc Work, any the or style. Ftederlea St. , be t we n Gt37 3rd and 40i. BSffi rS0733SA7IIEr., iWi1 r tH 1 -- 1 K 9Mba e rasrvta um w w li id :j ' - t i, . . rt V FroCj1iLLS;HALArIA As pleasant a&l?n0FSy i up. a Mexican Mustang Linimen i, Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. pain reliever. use almost universal by the Housewife, the I'anuer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. . long-teste- d &.BIL'0LJSNE5S. r. H J hns nnil ; TastsU-f- s Cltill Tot ie, al- Y nek for OroV!'.''J, nnd iloi.'t r 1 ltcip, untritil .il)tituteH, cln1 tilnK to be Jut us i!fi,, CliiHT iilolto'.ilifnU s OQses. ulnle many of (ho ItoM ';0... antl milrlrd t..-- ti h contain but twenty-fou- r to tltirtvilr ik. C,r jm-'- Tonic is its lumens tiny ilol-Jtonic ami rotnlN fit0 tout". 1'AltIS utiHl fuel tt ted WBV 1 it-.l- Kimrm No. J, Solid Tirol, No. 2, Cushion No. 3, Ladles' ff'M'W'W W'T'm r.-V-- r W4 -, 'V i ltt.it t, t'tw m i.'io'.t nnd wb'ili ou hrar onr tu'ijjlibois titlkitic '. Covins. To tltr original T' riii'I Tonic which cirt, tks titi.iin.l rilifn lln. is it fio. !.v niili-',i:uitis4- 3 s ar MEDICINE COMPANY, 6t. Lout , 1 . fc'.i! 1 u.l lv l)nij,'KUts This U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. For ultiiii-iiii-- or LOVELL DIAMOND OYOLUS. $85.00 HIGH GRADE. Ko. 4, remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M L'STAXC, 1,inimi:nt. well-know- n tiii-iu-- sthictly lia, 3 G, Ladles' Cushion Tires, lm-- l I - ii -- i - OlK-lli- lir '- Jl. Merchants Interest paid time deposits So licits your business j I I ei's a 2T5,000. $Accounts of rami r Tires, $05.00 Coouriible Solid Tires. tos.oo Solid Tires, 8.;,oo BuSliion No.4,C, Tires Warranted ALL 1.UIT3 mmVSm ! "u- " Djjhion Tires, aj.oo No bottor $33.00 Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it machlno mado at any prico. Blcycls Gat2!o2uo Fro 9. Intercrjange- aUo. Hm&wiamoese? HfgdEspeciallyForExERCISIIN G ANdSpEEDING. S $85.00 'nil m frn'il-i - . aa. JOIIIST 3?. tt:i f f r MANUFACTURE?.", f: ' tr I If:-- ".'' LOA'ELL VITIS CO., CO'TCN, -" $85.00 - - .' MACS, r ' ' V TT1BT - e.-- J ljlwn r m nuir mgmm 1kIbB I iMV -.- I 9 BbM K3 r ". b. "IT IT WBMim phi . MKvBiBfliBVJ99Q'u " . m:v Biaai bf. !'ij$(wic VV '- .ti bet I m Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be TheMost PERFECT 5ULKY CART In USE WHALEBONg STOCKoVGiVX-AGENT- Wanted, KENDALL'S Vt. lLLUSTFATt6FREE. UTAL9CUE CORTLAND TO-ti- S I " HOP or-dc- u-- e, eouu-p-tion- s YEAST ! SCT QUICK S 7 ' S v.'l) - Tlic .lloat urci'rul ltrmfdr t'lriMiroT. triil. iu It It tcrtAlu In lu HTccta and doc uot Lllitir. llulpruof UIon i RISER hi&TKSTFASfs-siMany Exclusively Kendall's Spavin Cure. Little Hock, Ark , .Vug. V, VX D.t. P. J. KrtDALL Co.: (IritU-U- li with tlie preatt iMUfactlou thnt I l:ifuriii)uulhJtniavL'eiirHl tlicfultowlmidlMA'cit: hpjvinOurc. It U tlio tn?t Unlmrut for manor lnat 1 linveevcr u4.. I rrriitmpnl It toftllliort (iwncri, Horr4 ttt itlhnvuorkilnn urTaluablc. Mit without ) our Mtilmont wuuM Ih worthies. I lino fr;iil win unt It for Hpmlna ami Jlru I nvH on Icunu thrm. Thcviar it I" ilielcii ttcyttrund, Yuun truly, U. (J. H. WEf.KS. -t t LIGKTEREaQ EMBODiEsEvEyDEs:A:L:lH?Bov:MEiiT ItsOwn. h.i'rii',MioitltJinr Joint lanmcnrnii.ltino ol in l.tiiiirurH hli nt' Hull Jmiiirnrnii In I'iiic lout I tn wurLlng on lllpJolnt laaiiUMiOHM) and will cure Hint nil with Kemlull s 1 tut-itl- . ili A s, . x iu.1 ?:e our? xeHGENT or in ' sssssi i For Cataloguo and Pricos, writo tho Manufacturers, Kendall's Spavin Hoito Vhto, iini'ttil tti-- . Cure, WrJOME iFJJrWB"n,i a live a: z:it viinrw evert town Onlo.. Vtc SI, 156 Dr. H. J. neiruLL Co., Kuu.tmrgli KjIU, Vt.t Ocnti- -l i llm siartylll trrnttdwltli Kcmlall'a 8,1.11 In Cure u It ii mi s in v I n f aureii j ean statu! i I umarly nalirjiit n etir ami oinptcli'lf Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co,, JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S. A, rTTi1IW'TrTf:T'-yrrrTtll-"f mvBmtmmt -- Adjustable Extension Stand. llnvo wnrii-- l tin. Iiijruo iui.tarl iirv.r tia hmn miy lami-rii'inelttier cau I fcoo any U tb all- - of tb Iiin-i- t . ami mniiTcil OiH Yjurauul, F. U. L'OOLKy, "Seeing Is Beiieving." And a good lamp must be simple; when it is not simple it is uiosc not good. itimMe, ixauttjui, m&4 word s mem much. ljt to sue "'Ihe Kothcstcr " aLiHIw r ill imprcis the truth more forcibly. A.J metal, H tough and seamless, and made in three pieces or.'y, it is absolutely safe ami unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it ii indeed a "wonderful l:.mp," f r us mar' vclous lbht is purer and Lrchtcr i.ian cas licht. softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither, -- Wmmmmm mm prr hntllr, or ttx hnttlrl fnf J'rtoo $3. Alt ilrwjulutt mid It or ean frt If hi- - jl n ii, nr It mill tin unit to aim rril? ilrm' un reectpt ufprlee by the jirojirle- DR. B. J. KENDALL CO,, ft ai. I P (ball Agents Wanted! Enosburgh Falls, Verm'"'' wy ;.ui , 8t. The Pittsburgh Lamp in- - Htlv iQ oue of those iveutions thnt Roclii I III ft. i Tj.4Xv ljiyaln. aiiLER'SDII C RiinKFYFrlLE OINTMENT: seems to he finished. It seems to reacli the end cs to goodness of an.l vc vlil Look for thl atamp Tup. RociiPSTrR If thstimpdeilfr hain't Ihe cmil" Li .lir. nuj tlie 1! ayou waul, tew! UiMiri--f ir our new illii'lratolcalalui" l.im;i safely lv jour cbuitv D mi( variet.i.from the Lai ttt .amp itlo'e in the I. 01IJ, nl r.otllKbTliU I,A3II CO., 41! : I'arU Ploco, Now Vprlt CK. "The Rochester ; ' Willi YOlUiiiijIntliiii-lnliil- n Cin i I SPECIALTY. will HllflllMiKillnO niM 51. Sm. l.y .. Ullit. I'll i'l it., J' Vin- tultlln A Hi". 108'. Main Stieet. " :i7wli 0 WKNSllOJiO, . KY Scuffling for Dollars. To get the dollars we have to scufno mistake .about that; hut thcie aro different ways of going about it, and if you are not satislied with your progres at present, then wnth to B. F. Johnson A: Co., ltich- itiond, Vn., who can give you a good pointer or two. Bead carefully their advertisement in another column, and write them at once. "The early bird," etc. fle for them h SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yaars as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rnpindtfltUIUKDHOVTiTLOBlikP. CO., ST.lOl'IS. Vtct Ilook Stui I, lulc hun '. .iiIim sennit. A'lium SUnJ, Ulbla bluiiil. Huit Mun.l. ul- -i Ij.hi,,, I'arlor, Ubiiirr, umic, Dlill.niury mnl l ln.k.i li anil tutL Hunt wikmI. rubb.il tliit.ti. lift tit , I ll rln-illcluht nlfn.l.-.- l h'.M nii',i,-r- , Wtinl t ii..,iii"i,r i. . lu.. .iiiij.i III ii. H tiln.-lo- as, "kkh t ii : i ii . ii t inJlun Ulturu lit , liu.u.n, stju. tl ia. lllllln, Jn llrnl. HARRIS & SEED, i '. BAKHKK'S. Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. Opposilo'Sttler and near Cloverport Hotel, Cloverpoitj'Ky. i R..R. PAXON, PROPRIETOR. Has just been icpaired ami newly furnished. Located close to Depot. Clood' meals or first-clulunch. Give it n Iro lirnUn s curci Ci'Jiof Mlc, iiuiliitrMliiaUrltt. nbiilMtlicrU'm,n!iUilli:citloii,ri'i!ncix. Gi 3Innr Persons ilnnn liom owtuorkorlioiucholil Iron JJittcii ' tlicfiiiulii. trial. j.AniR i Obiiiliicil, mil nil r.lll-.I Hu ,nl, Icmkil to liir Mill il ism I, liriHIMlu till l h I'llll nt tlltll'l- - mnl n i Mil I i. Illlll I'llti'lllo III l.'-- s III, I,' III III till.,,' II lilull- in. in il .iiniiri in: t it i.mi I' - in t I lliilil i,i ,i,w mm ii 1 11,11. Ill nUlill liii'i.li IniiL'i mnl 'iHiiiiiki-1- ' I III.M Is M. I I.I II IIH'llllll llitllll- - lllli Mini M'tl M llll w III ll n i actiml ilii ni iii )ihii iiiiii l.iio liiirit) ' Ethan Allen Jr. Mr. S. B. Woodward of Saratoga, who sold Ethan Alien, .lr.,to Mr. V. T. Withorh sovoral jears ao;o says.; "Twenty sevou years ovporionco in iisino; Quiun's (Jintiiient has fully dciuoiistra'.ed that it is the most roinody I know of. I rocoin-itiun- d it to all hortemuii." All every way, and erse of m a n :i g c incut. The only care it requiits- is '"Hiiig and wiping. , Dirt falls ont when the chimney is taken off, not into u pocket as in other central-drauglamps. Putting in a new wick is a vc-- y easy matter indeed All this Beenis strange to me who knows how tronble- 'tic other good lamps arp. It is in all the good lamp-jtorc- s. Send for a primer. Pittsburgh Brass Co Pi t'tii u. Pa. ht Jig lit m mm DOCTOR narmi FOR CH6US 8t FEVER. BILIOUSNESS. PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. CENTS FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. UREUURE RICHARD50N-TAYL0- 0B TAYLORS MED.CQ. ST.LOUIS- so IPRETAREDBV R MO. I'fiu iiHii:r.siA l'i- Ilrnivn'a Iron Illttrra. l')iyitUn rccomtneiM It. itraU'ta Uip It. 81 0) r liottle. ntnulnt - a: Kccdine u tonic or clilMrun that want bulldlnc tip, ulimild tukfi iiiiowm'h IIION HlTTEnU. It Is tileuoiini to tuku, i itrci Malaria, IuJlge-Uokeep It. uud llillouiiiits. All i ;.. lilriM,' ioAr,(iv w EAK AND UNDEVELOPED BBVBBBSBSVBBBBIBBBLBBBBBSBBBBSBBfl IromtuMorotiTHorkwIllbe Ami tlioie trouUcil witb ncrvoimneii retuUIng Heurnlyic Persona nUcycd IMhv Lu Uude murk nnd unwed red lincti on wrapper." llrown'n Iron JHltera. tUklBj (ieouuu Happ ; and content U a homo with " Tho a lamp with the licht of the mornine. '""' Ctato;uiWfhe Kheter UtnpCo.,ricwVoik, 'Jin iiii 2il2Mti&XMS 'I'l.'nui'fu'i t I'litcm liQm l V weak tack, tosa or memory, dlzilncw, conuiisiicss, ueaktuM urel by the Pcmi "llj- - HruifHlle. tl.OO pr box ; ilxboicafor i It). A written Kuaruntce of euro with cmy ill lioxcu. Fond Mump fur imrilnilani tn tlio I'K.N.V CITY MKlilfAI. (OMI'ANV, liOU AorlU Necoud Nti-wC- , l'tolla., I'M. Tiirlcix-cle- , Ions atupin.il, Orcatit itreriftbcned and enlarged. Loai HaiBbaod Keatorfd, nti.