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DARMETT. hm-A- , OFFICIAL OMAN OF ...t ?ARIY .MR. ' FOURTH DISTRICT. TERMS Sl.25 ftr Annan, tn Adunei. IE HI $1.25 pel . N ar. - VOL. IV. HAN'S BABY. Mri I I HAPTFOPD, ' ' "' ' KjY., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. I NO. 43. ritoFEHsinxA:. ' W . tunn. o-w- .Tiiftunis i' IVry ilit IhiijjIi mo wild tu miw del' clp nil' ny liliiy-D- My eehnmll, young liuhy dry tu funny lectio liuhy. ot When I look of tllicm lectle lore, Uml biiw dot liinny IccJc hum-- , Unil heard iler vny dot rooster uiunv, I gchmile like 1 viih grnzy. Uml vcu I licmil t'er real nice vny Dhcin licnplea totnv vile illicyKiy, "More like his hitler every tlay," 1 vns m bioml like liluz".-- . THE LARGEST In PTHWG River Country. Jk& HOUSE e 1 0". ATTOHXKV A'l I. AW, Edwin . IIAKTF0H1), lit. t. G-len- n 1 KENTUCKY. J . V Ult.S-)- H MHJ,U. 6s "S7" elding-- , IIAKTFOItD.KV. orr.iulrroii l!4Uiir.) (Ollioo, The G recall cMltiftinii.. f'it'il i Miici Will irilki. tlK-liifinlcii in nil tttr unarla o mill mljol linjt i'ihiiiIIo, hi.iI ' nrl i.l .iliiiili'Mi (iniii tn crui uml iirmliii- - auj .hioia mmij Sometime dliereeomrM lrotlef('liiiinll, Uota vlien ili-- vinily vnul Mm mil Itichri in his Icelle bli'lmiiiitck rclunull, J)ot'n too Inn) lnr tier li.iliy. r James uft.. . Attorney at Law, UARTFORD, KV. mitli. Dot makes him at night so fcIiw'cvI Uml gorrylmric lie mhi.--I end, Uml mint chum dildiry on my Hat To help dot Icelle Iwliy. Will rnftlrf h' prorc lon in Ohio oti.l iiiKi'oiintu-- , nnd llic court in lIHllllilN Kljl II t(.tli)'Ctl0U!. Ollicc nurtli .lilt- - public miiiMf, K. D. (1UKFV. H. .t'itul., ,pr t 2TI It. KINCO. ijiiIh. ho uml Ircks my hair, Uml grawlrt me nfer ef'crv where. Uml chlohbt'rn me, hut vat I care'' Dot vas my ?chmall young hahy. n He hulls my Around my head dot leelle arm Vas fchiiuo!iu me m t nice uml varm, Oh, may diiere ucfcrcomc wmio liann To dot ."clumill lectle hahy. I)i)t vue me himself. 1,'o.iV Viufc ' (liiHr. Tho Latost Discovory. Who knows "1'iufaee's Hrotlier?" Lots ot people know l'iefaee. Ves, 1'iefaee has a host ot friend' in this country, and lately a miunr U ahioad that he has a brother for whom he (low I rue tin U, Iiiih great iiH'ceti'iii. many pcop'e kuo.v. fur die noild mil Hut, nut is filled with falseshio(4. many months miico, in the allcruuoii of n heautifiil Hahhath day, nue, who for long years has Ik en a faithful citien of Hartford, lell to iliiukiig of the happpy Iioiiis sjieutat dillir.'iit places in and around i!ic dear old town, ami dceid d upon n stroll in the late afternoon, to visit some of the happy haunts of years uoue hy. Niiltirnly the bridge, which 8,ians creek in its selfsame the self-saplaee,uud has so long allorded a pleas nut loitering place for man ami Mete maiden, win first in mind. were found neveral couples of pietty to griU and brave hoys', uho he enjoying die surrounding scenes to ijuite mi agreeable extent. Thinking that nil of Hartford's young piople iiiiifct be at the bridge, the grand old null by the dam wassoiightas a p'aee of peaceful ipiietude. On the way to the mill couple after couple of young people were mcl,somc of uliom could l.e so minutely described that many ro.il r onld readily recognise them. ICre long the place in ipiesli m wa reached, and judging fioin the utter silence, not a living soul bieathed any where near that hallow cd spot. Alter wandering round furs'imu minutes, a rustic seat in quite a secluded corner was chosen for n resting place for the short while to he spent there. While seated in this pleasant place, dreaming o'er the motley past, a found of voices fell upon the cur ami it was ipiiek'y discovered that the locality srinewhcre close about was in. habitiil. Looking in the direction from whence tho sound came, what or whom should the eye fall upon save l'iefaee and some one, that it was afterward learned, it was his brother. Well, perhaps it was, who knows? lJcing nn intiniati) friend of "I'iefao:" and knowing him to he quite a gentle, matilv gentleman, a close observation of his brother was obtained, but it is not certain what the oninion formed of him was. Every one likes for men to he men and on this occasion "1'ie-facc- 's Hrothcr" bad assumed (pule a feminine nir, donned the feminine at tire, mid in fact, presented such a strictly feminine appearance, that he Hut it was readily guessed a woman. to wns indeed a pleasant surpii.-- u that the extreme kindness delenrn monstrated wns only jjic out growth Hut it will of pure brotherly love. remain a wonder in the mind of one, how brothers could si much enjoy fibbing together without cither lunik or line, But, they tiro bivtheis, and oh, how the heart tills with sympathy and the eyes grow dim with lenrs in remembering how many miles uml miles of earth now sepaiatu them, can only hope that it may not be long ere they shall have the pleasure of once more Clasping hands in brotherly affection, under the epieading mill, trees that surinuud the and simile the pebbly banks of the much loved Hough River. A KmiiNii Attorneys at Law. if is that our Slore lias CASH ONLY uuiitim. Have v,,u considered pnirlii'C din.. (mm. rmr Court tir.ip LAKGEST, FINEST (ciil.. Culln lion, J kI l'iilhrn .Minded Ali.(p.'ii' llaMnr, and consequently otir heroine such w Grand Success? Have yn hrcn wnfci.mg I.). and WE buy CHE PER our culcrpriM: and our zeal in advancing our husines.-.- ? Perry Westerfiold Than those who BEST STOCK ATIMIST LAW, II will pav vou !o consider, ami load as others nn; acting, have to huy on for 'the and huv fiom the S3! A LLKST M 0 N E Y. CREDIT. Attorney at Law, I! Will in. iii nil hihI ill ti m nn UMier, No. V, til Wo Carry the - We huy for Gtaffy cSc Xtiiig-o-, .iiiilMiljiiniiiig Hurl-mr.- (Viiir' uml nil It AT ; ' TRADE PALA CE' OUR MOTTO: I (Oflicf In Cr.milcr lluililinx.) Will prortlc hi. prnrcMlnn In nil I ,. onrl. nt Olilu nnil udioliilhn t limit f. Al .N.ifnrjr Rosine, :E.y-IMT. IMibllc tjnaij I Xj. Will prHi'tlcclilnpruH .Inn In ., 1,.. C(,iiri OliioHiicI ii.ljninlni; iniiiilii'-- , iii.I hi ul ApiK-nln- . Hieoiiilalteiiliun itltin hi Office, otcr Williiiinii, lull A Ci.'i. .!ni.(.fi.. HI Hartford, Ky. i- - A'lTORNEY A'l LAW, Ueavrin, & - mm i is QUICK SALES compelled to buy four stocks in one season. Our competitors arc and and SMALL PllOFITc. wondering why we have, every day, a wagon load of new Goods SMALL PROFITS. coming to us. They say business is dull with them. w - QUICK SALEi the weather; our Spring Trade in ( lothing, Dry Goods, Hats and Shoos hasheon splendid, so that we have been n spite of OJR MOTTO: jWjr, 2lJ'jVp'r-I4THP:VAiHIH V - &. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do nil Kinds of Dental work ut reasnnnlile prices. A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician'& Surgeon, Formerly or MilUoo.l, now loeittt rteM.oirerii I m Lfitvh ht Drnfoffionitt orviii tn Hi M)lr IJruyioii hikI (Ijuiiiiiixcoiiitivn. OiTtff m ru Dr. lUJeu projKTtr.) xMy SECliET PUD Kits. P And never was any better with us. It is clear to everybody we do the Business in tho county. only handle mi fin We Kfiitiiokj-- , iiirrtaul iu phcIi iiiimili nt I Clcrro Mntwdl Sons cf Veterans. rmp, tin. M, b-- Ur'liirJ,Kj..-i)ii.lM.lurd- f nint ol r. m. J A. I.. IIOWE.StTgl'ltllt. CM. llA.niiT, Cnj.uln. O. -- .. jR. I. H. IUiM,(.'.,in. J. WimiIikmll I'li.t, Nn. f, Hrpnrtviriil o( Kfiitiakj.nifvtHfvt'r) iliirilHiiliinlM) nt I urloh . m iii Cniirl-llniiv- U'llcliHrlil, Ky. H. A.MiSuur,.iJ. SP And sell them 2S& KSSiaE of Goods is bound l'nriTO Moitok I'm I No. 4,Ifpu"tinpntnrKn. Sittunliiy Iwfor Itif nJ umlajr nt 10 o'clock i. ". In Ihecourt-liou.- . at llartrnril, Kj. C. Ciuuiiaun, I'. C. J. .1. M. Iliinor, Ail). urkj, nicrl. rittj attich Loy Prices that the Judge to buy, is bound to be satisfied and bound to return for some other trade. We invite everybody to come and look over our immense line of Goods, price them and compare Quality PASV hWtoH St. Tlta DaHee and Price with our competitors' goods, and we arc sure thai those few, who go and buy somewhere else, are coming to try us and stay with us. 2,500 Mens' Suits, from 83.00 to-S30.0- yaara. Two bottlei ot Paator Koeuig'a tiny Tonla rutordl hi. health, and h. It now at tending tchool again. 2 Six Axnnxii, Cat. Co, Cat., Feb. UW. yean old, wai to affectad by fit. Vital Dance that bcoould not fo to teboolfor My boy, 13 MICHAXIj Cwti. i Till We offer for inspection 1,600 BoyM hildren's Suits from 1.00 togI8.00. 1,800 pair of ladies and men shoes. 1,200 pair of Pants, from 50c to $8.00. Dress goods, Parasols, Umbrellas, ( uitainr, and over so many more articles, which we can't mention today. the ipaimi decreaaed In number, and in leaa than two week! from taking the Brat dote they entirely oeaaod. Before Utlng thii inedielne her mind waa very weak, but now mind and mem. ory are fully restored, and ahe It entirely onrwl of the flta by tho uie of tnlt great remedy. MIW. J. H. ANUlUiWa. A Valuuble Iloolc an Nerroat io lilieaMii aeii ireecaa anr aaureaa, and iioor pttianta alo oUaln tlila iiiedkine free) of cliarKe. n.1. MmA1li. iMt.n lirnud h th. XlaVLMnd P.stor Koeutf. nf f'ort Wavue, Ind. line. U;A and mow prepared underhla direction by the Eist Kewmauxbt, Md., March 8, 1891. My daughter had .pllepiy to aeT.ra that .he would have 8 or 7 fits every 21 houri. Imius-dlaUl- y after uilng Pattor Koenlg'i Nerve Tonlo A Very Bad Cai. FREE Bring us your Wool, Ginseng. Beeswax, etc,, and receive the highest market price for same. , !E?espect-vjLll37'- KOENIO MED. CO., Chloago, III. DruicclsUntaiper Dottle. 0 for S3 lAri:etiUe,1.73. 0 Bottlet for SB. Sold by aon u QCirrm. lUTUqcurrr. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM or I'linuct: anii JijiOTiint Him SOLPHUR SPRINGS. "Diileli'Thoinkins uml wiff.Ounii" horo, tire the yucets id Mis. I). Morton. Mixs Ih'tlio Jolinstoii, who htif hcen visiting friends nt Ponlnvitlo lor several woolen, tins returned home. Rev. Frank Hiirttord nnd wife, FnnlsvPIo, nre visiting rehitives litre. Misa Lucy Townaend lino u nunc class here. d. 1). Ciuvmi has moved into his new residence heie. A. S. Aull and iluughtci-- , iMissAdu, went lo Hnrtford Momlav. Tho Wheeler ticket dieu't ieen) to take very well in thU part of the Louih XIV. iio al viiipynrd. VERMIFUGE HARTr PALACE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS 1P. P . a . m: ,m Proprietor. i mwW r altMlWOa'.TUtOl SOLD EVERYWHERE.HT.UWI. CO,. TO TUB 1.I.O Wiakiusi. Malaria, medicine "I, dutcitlou - and In mwTZf& iron riwa- dealer It turea qf.sWy. Vot talo - all - b- in genuine. OPIUM a,4la. cured at lioue with out palu. Book of par. tleularaient rBKJE. aU.V(XILLKV.M.D. Uinc 1MH WhlUhalt iU andWhltkeyHaWti Hartford Republican PUnLWIIKIl KVl'.ltY KltlDAY MOItXINO. jo..n.n ii"Yi,ir',itor-nii,ii,i-o,ri.-t..'. i. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. Republican Ticket. rou sur.imr. Clayton L. Woodward. roit run tit i.r.itu. Septimus T. Stovons. Mondispleased with nomination-.Nobody, lint day's onr friends, tlio enemy. Who is What's the matter with Wood- wind? He's all right. And what's the matter with Stevens? lie's all light, too. Louivit.i.i: hud another destructive fite lat ICriday night. Hiay it I.andrinn Manufactory was totally destroyed. U)-- i will reach 8100,000, with about 870,000 insurance. Tin: recent Democratic Convention remembered Ohio county very gracefully by placing llownn Holbrook on the Committee on Orgauiation, and making W.T. Hay ward District KIcetor. A MiocKiNd murder was committed List Friday evening at Anchorage Aylum. One of the attendants by the name of Klli and a guard named liuchauau kicked one ot the inmate, Michael. I. Carey, to death. I'itO(iiiAMMi:s of the St.itc Teach- ers Association are out for the meeting at Paducah, June 2. This promises to be the most interesting and profitable session in the whole history of the Association. We trut several of Ohio county's teachers will attend. It is their duty to attend, and we see no reason why they should not do so. I Ix the ico lives out-skirt- s of the city of Mex- Jesm Campecha, hundred and fifty-fo- ur lie came to Mexico a soldier at the and says that wa age of twenty-fiv- e, long before the warof the Revolution. He says he never had a day's sickness in his life. He has papeis from the church at Valladolid, Spain, showing the date of his birth, which are undoubtedly genuine, and he is certainly the oldest man on earth. who is one years old. Sow, that the Convention has come and gone and the candidates arc beInterchange-able- . respected Will Picycle Catalogue Free, fore the people, let every Republi- btructuics, and there is no way of pleasant visit to her daughter, Mrs. by everyone. You may notice where- tlwi MoCoi'Illiolv v can in the county awaken to his duty picventing the whole town from burn- Lida Bnird, last week. ever you go, it you meet tins young and let nr oppoituuity pass in which ing, should one building take fire. MaYour humble scribe and A. M. lady, she will greet you with a pleac lie might fairly and honorahlv furYour coriespontU nt is always will- Burnett attended Sunday School at ant mule, and even the lonely beg- MANUFACTlincnS, BOSTON, MASS, ther the inteiets of the candidates ing to do a kindness, even to n Dem- Beda Sunday evening. We are glad gar will feel as though all his life was ' ' r.j' Si tiiiotiiiaii.rrfi f rtur I Vf- j-' . i , rt . and the party. The Republicans ocrat, in polities, and he would sug- to say that they are having a good not '.m. ;( spent, and he will feel n loud lift- - j be-- t, have a good, if not the opportugest to that piutv, which is just now School, with a large attendance. ed from his liexrt that has been weigh- nity they have had in years and only scraping the wnoita for somebody, who Mi-.- s Ida M. Duke and Win. Fos iug on his mind for many a day. It negligence on their part can iob them will have a glio-- t of a show of beat- ter, . Hartford, attended Sunday can truly be said God's noblest baud of victory. Boon the alert atwivj. ing Harri-oa ticket that ought to School at Alexauder Sunday morniwnrk is a trim, nuri-rlit- . cliristinn as they embody all the ing. Mr. Fo.ter gave us a talk oil woman. We have such right in our A could have been wier ben winner, Xoriu.vci elements of Democracy. What's the Sunday School matters. We would midst, and why not think of them th.in the choice of C. L. Woodwind, forShciilf and S. T. Stevens, for matter with tliee: r or President, be glad to praise Willie for his excel with more leverence than we do, and Daniel W. Voorhces, of Ind.; for lent address, but we do not feel capa- not treat them as if they were merely Cleik. They are men whose ability Vice Picsident, Jyhn B. Gordon, of ble of giving li i in the (proNe that he it common thing, awl be able to look and buinei capacity are itnque-tion-e- d Georgia. (iordon iepieens the South- is worthy of, but we think anyone up to them, awl say: "There goes a and whoe character is beyond ern idea of true Deinoeiacy,nnd while who had the pleasure of being under noble, christian woman." lepioach. Xo better men than ClayDan having been a side paitner of the sound ot his voice will say that ton Woodward and Tiinus Stevens '! fur ninny year?, and they were beautiful on the occacan be found in Ohio county, and Vallandiiighani's The following little mis-iv- c came in the texta therefore, schooled sion, hoping this is the case with all, should the people choose them, a they into the Tattler's possession a book ofXoitlieiu Democracy. What's we are still Ghassiioitei:. will do, to serve them in the icapuc-tivago aud is too good to keep, he the use of fooliug their time away gives it to the ninny readers of your portions they seek, the county BEAVER DAM. with such men n- - Hill and Clevewill bo Miie of two ellicient and faith Our farmers aie greatly behind paper: land, when such lights as the above "My Di:au . ful ofliceis. You will iiwl Nominate this with their work, owing to the con- with aie in easy leach? this your photo which I pri.c so tinued wet weather. Some are done Ho Ouco Soared on Higher ticket gentlemen, and let your pl.it- planting tobacco. There will be but highly and have to be robbed of the ibimhc "any thing to catch votes." Wings. a miiiui crop oi mis weeu planted m pleasure it alfords me, only to plens Vi.ha Fimi. While it has been in my posyou. That journalistic rocket, K. K this Neighborhood. session, it has been thought of us a Sliult,-whwont up from Beaver . PARADISE. Sunday was Children's Day at Dam two Rev. Leitchlield filled his May 21 years ago, starting Recitations nnd songs were the dashing maiden thinks of her firt beau, which, you being of that sex, -t the Ohio County Farmer, editing regular appointment the Sunday. order of the day. The little folks Frank Howard, of Liverpool, ling., rendered these very creditably to kuow to what extent that is. I have tho Alliance and tho Third Party deMEETS ALL DAILY themselves nnd to the delight of all ofteu thought of the picture since the partment of the Farmers Iloine.Iour- - is visiting his uncle, William Sehack-letonul, and later doing tho same work present. This U a very pleasant as- day it arrived, awl wished that I could always keep it, awl if I never Drakes-borMrs. John James went to sistance to Sunday School work. for the St. Louis Agricultural papor, TO ALL. Dualur in llop-ci.- , Hu'ius, Curri.iu', l.'o.ul Carts, D vomho.-- o Wni'ons. last Mondav , returning Tuesday, Mis Verda Taylor and Mr. Henry was fortunate enough to win one has come down like a streak as his smile of recognition from you it S'adillo or I la: miss lloisus forsalo or hiro at all times. Tf accompanied by her daughter, .vlns Carson, of Hartford, attended church lack of talent and ocess if gall inwould be n solace to me in my lonely TREATED nt Liberty Sunday. Miss Maggie sured that ho would do. lie is at Gracie. hours, when in my secluded home I e The gave an excursion to Stevens and II. li. Taylor were among his father's homo in Ohio county The Finely Bred Trotti.ig Stallion 1. I' II11.MT11., I'i.i, Jm.. II, lrvi., fiuMor am living. But, alas! 'ti nil over. I Roche-te- r last Fiidny. The brass the visitors at church Sunday. ALIKK. raising a crop of tobacco. Hois Ellis Taylor, of McIIenry, was at have to part with it. The bitter tears said to bo cured of his attack of baud and several of our citizens ATTUJNTIOJN of anguish almost gush to my eyes ns SPECIAL Of tho Condition of tho availed them-elvof the oppoi tunity home aw Idle Sunday. Third-Par- ty lunacy, and has recently I write and I feel that in giving it up Given to the Traveling of that place. Miss Alice Edmonds, who has been written ton Democratic friend in M'it Ilarn, Christian otiuty, i? vis- visiting friends in Cromwell for some I am losing a friend, awl naturally I Public. Hartford, oprosiug a desire to run feel sad. But why this sadness? Why iting relatives nnd friends here. time pnst.returncd home Sunday. for tho nomination for circuit clerk, thisloucliucss? Why has this melanA party of young people from D. S. Duncan and family, ot McTho Democrats Mint him off vigRockport attended chinch Iktc last IIenry, attended church nt Liberty choly feeling come over me' I canorously, and ho is still at work in Sunday. not say. My feelings uie inexpressiSunday. At tho Cloio of Business his tobacco. ble. My thoughts are wandering, I The many fiiciiiUof Henry Fox Several of our young ladies nnd April 23, 1802, can collect them. My bend Frankfort - Malodorousnoss. will tegtet to learn that he is no bet- gentlemen spent ijuite a pleasant scarce my teeth chatter, as though 1 r ('..mm. i, lil. ter. Wa?wkmrWKfcMm''JUUli V evening at George Barnes' Saturday reels, Kicsouucm were undergoing a trying ordeal. I Tho documents lolating to the Miss Chrisuie Grable is the guest evening. Xolcs nun Hills Si)y,JOO.Ii r I 1v 1 accounts of tho Geological survey, of her sister, Mrs. Brown. M. II. Several of our citucus attended have nothing to say, only I am doom.1,000.00 VILMjt l,pal Kslato. My dreams t'lirniluro 1111.I I'iM.ircH.. made public yuMurday morning, l.f.OO.OO Court Monday awl took in the Con- ed to disappointment. ill nniKo the season of 18SI2 n t tho j Kxpeiibcs 1'niil fii)2.!l7 are haunted by what is unseen aud unli.ivu a discreditable air about them. Tho Reunion at Cromwoll vention. IC . , nt C'nli on lliinii tinil in other Fair (SroiinilH, at II111 tl'o.-i- l, July 4tb. told. Oh! for a thousand tongues to The report of the Slato Inspector, Three cheers for Stevens awl ll.mks Uj,(5 Hi.01 $1.") to insino, money At a meeting of soldiers held in ilno when the express myself; oh, for soeinthiiig taken in connection with tho AttorWoodward. C. Cioiuwcll, Ky., May lib, 185)2. Z. nniro U 111 oven to ho in fmil or nailed 70 . unseen to unravel this mysterious m ney General's opinion, indicates a 04,UJ(,f).l tj Taylor wa- - elected President and A. vvilh. RCiiMin umiiiiicncril rclirimry feeling." :., Attention Trustees. servile and toadyish disposition to llMHirrilN 'an. l8!)'-i- , elected K. I.iach was Secretary. A lien will ho held on all 20, All necessary hlniiks in regard to It is an evident fact that the young wrest tholawfroiu its obvious meanhtock 32o,000,00 The object of the meeting was to holding the Election for School Trustcol tri until inoney 8(1'' 111 teervd man was deeply in love and his lover ing in order to blast the loputatioii make firsi- - Odd SiocUiil' hau the hlood oft Siiriilns nrraiigemenis for the Soldiers ees on the first Saturday in June were was untrue to him, and he had to reS.'iriO.OO of an honorable gentleman who has 11... v:n... r. :i.. iin 11. Reunion which is to lie held heic on sent out last week to the various Dis. 1 iiiu 11 uiva iiiiiiiiv. lie i...ir-- nvw Iuleiest and K.celmnt!0, . . . 1 .400.40 turn tho dear old protograph, which boon rendering tho State admirable 185)2. TA,MN) C tail(l,eio..sofllaiiiiltonian 10 and Iwo Deposit Account J1SS the fouilhof July, nitricts of the county, and it is hoped seemed to occupy tho most of his w . . Due other H.iiiku service for nearly twenty ears at a tc'j on Anaiigeinents .'lOO.JW N. C. Daniel, that an election will be held in every clones ol lulu Neiinonl, and him thoughts. salary meager in proportion to what J. O. Butler mid R. F. Fleencr. Coin, iinin Alni'int, wliteli makes linn n District. Judges and clerks will be S84.027.5!) ho could have obtained elsewhere, nuttce on Transportation A. K. very cmeful in filling nut their blank juirely lired trotter, lie is a natinal In tnliniittiiij; tlnu wo hejj toHtnto by making it appear that ho had over- Leach and J. 15. Wilson. Committed trotter. that onr hnsine-- hns hteadily grown polls and return them promptly. handrawn his accounts a few hundred on Dinner for Lognu-por- t, Ky., Wo iibk tho puhlio to consider his each month ineo onr opening, and Respectfully, dollms, when this same official, as John Blown, P. W. TlioiunsoiiniiilJ. ny 1110 must caretiii.walclitnliu'i-uuu ftik liti itm liln liliwti liimj Inu iinnt 11111. Jo. B. Ro(ii:iw, Co. Sunt. the State Inspector could havoshowu II. Whaleu. Wuliiut Grove neigh I ,i if he had not been making a case, borhood h' . "w ir... I.!. 1:. ..:... ..r... .!..!.... ma . Jasper Beiry, Henry Flder Notice. i.u ins jiiiintii uiiiiiiiiii in iiiiiiiun;, 1... nopo not (Uiiy to oxtenil onr iieniminN had surrendered over 85,0(1(1 of tho awl Sam Austin. dn.y There will be a mass meeting ot the Fleenersville endnranee, nnd if 'uoithy in your, mice, lint tiprovo ourbclvcd worthy tlio confidence that U lieing oo liberalsalary which ho could have collecVeitchcll Flccncr, James Enibry nnd People's Party nt the Court House in no solicit your patronage: ly reposed in iih. or- ' is ted, iiccordintlg to law, in order to Ike Mitchell. . Doxtorville James Hartfoid, Monday, June 0, 1892, at rViu:iti:it & ,II.n:xioitFi:ii; Wo 1110 liero to accommodate the 1 o'clock p. m. for the help the survey, of which bo was tho Kevsinger, Jiiek Snodgrnsi and Ike purpose of seCuro of P. V. Yi':ibi:ii, . people, each and cvorv Inieinegs. head, out of a tight place. i conilcsy shall Dexter. Wurreiis'Mill F. J. Clark, lecting delegates to tho State ConvenHartford, Ky. ho extended to them, Mc-Cormi- ck Mr. Procter has done more for the R. S. James and Logan Warren. tion which convenes at Lexington, hut in no caso Khali safety ho encri-lic- cd Happy and contcn'. Is a liomo vitli " Tha for fiicnilrihip or to obtain bus- material interests of Kentucky than Hacl (5 rove Win. While, Cairol June 8, 185)2. .1 lamp wl'.li I ho li;ht o( die momlnc. iniH. , John II.Haiini:-- , Cnsbier. B. F. Bvim.m-- ChWn. Graham tiny man living, and the couteuipti- - Bradley and C, II. Crabb. Kochcticr CataloKues.wrilc j TOWN TATTLER. Morton Post G. A.R. hlu attempt to smirch his reputation neighborhood J. II. Leach, C. C. Ulack Will hold memorial services on tho on such trivnl grounds ns sot forth in Martin and Win. Flccncr. As tho warm, balmy days will soon UOth of May, 18!L at tho Carson mid tho Governor's letter anil tho Stnto Oak Schoolhouse J. A. King, W. All old solbo here, the Tattler wishes to ofler tho Sanderfur grave-yards- . Sewill react with A. Wallace and J. B. Smith. Inspector's report which he thinks will diers awl friends are cordially invited damaging force on all connected lect V. O. W. C. Arhuckle, G, I,. following poem, to attend mid take part with us in Baize-tow- n be very adaptable to certain individustrewing flowers over tho graves of our with tho contemptible cabal against O'fianon and G. U. Butler. .). II. Baize, Luther Rogers als in Hartford: dead comrades. Let each one bring him. his basket full of provisions nnd spend Ball Knob R. "They stood beside the open grate all this, and A. L. Keown. There is a history behind the day. Rev J. P. Pell will attend (For summer substitue a gato). the people understand the P. Sorrells, U. L Taylor, L. D. Tay- She was a blonde (it you prefer and when and give us a talk. All that can Liberty Why, make brunette motives which actuate those who lor and W. F. Sanderfur. bring tlowers awl will do so deliver out of her). a neighborhood J M Rogers, Harh He spoke of love (they all do that). them at the No Creek Church early are trying to put a stop to the Geoin the morning. Dinner will be on And she? Her heart went pit Taylor and Elvis Stevens, ilorton logical Survey a final ipiie'us will bo John K. Sorrells, H, C. Leach and The speed, why you yourself can fix, the grounds for all at the Church. If Gov. put on homo ambitions. R. P. Solium., Com'd'r. ninety-si- x. Cooper School-hous- e From sevtuty up to Brown wants to succeed to Senator J, B. Snudcrfur. Wood TiSsi.r.Y, Adjt. She hung her head, she blushed, she S. T. Stevens, T. Morton, sighed, Blackburn's seat ho must use a Warren Taylor and C. S. Taylor. She laughed, or possibly she cried. Sale. and other tnctics. policy ProntU J. B. Southard,.!. P. Miller, Just take yotirchoicc and have her do One 3 year old mare.onc thoroughTho Commercial is opposed to Precisely as you wish her to. bred bull, two milch cows nnd tvvi Sbultztowu and .1. B. Wilson. nearly over)'- thing that Senator did ct cetera until calves. For terms.eall on or address James Gentry, Clyde Jackson and She Her Geoige or Jack or Jim or Will, Blackburn believes in, but it recogJohn J. McIIknuy, W. B. Patterson. Cromwell Chair- Or any name you like best; Hintford, Ky. !l8tf nizes him as a frank and manly opman W. G. Tilford, D. B. Trout, J. But why go on? You know the rest." ponent who never shoots from ambush W. Shields, P. W. Gillstrap, L. R. and never strikes below tho bolt. Shields and II. T. Porter. We hope Noticing a few days ago an article Whoever wants to beat him in the committees will attond to this on proposing, tho Tattlor was so capfight as fair w ho does. matter and have plenty to eat and tivated by same, that he is tempted t ' lmvu ll time that day. Alt to offer tho following to soino bashCLOVERPOItT. A eteam laundry was opened up in the committees on dinner are request-ou- r ful young men of his acquaintance: They ed to repoit to the Chairman, W. G. "The best position is a standing one, town Monday by Chapin. certainly not more than two, feet have the latest improved machinery, Tilford. We should be glad to hear from away from the lady, and if possible n and say they can do woik equal to the President, S. P. Love, and Sec- - little back of her, with the hand on any LnuUvillc turnout. The remains of Mrs. Film Powers, , rotary, M. S. Raglaud, and have their the back of her chair, in readiness for of Central City, wcie brought to this assistance in the work. Let every- nn emergency. As you value your Respectfully, body come. happiness, never brush back her place last week for buiial. Z. T.VYi.oit, Pres. bangs to look into her eyes, she has Our town has a saloon for each A. K. Li:acii, Sec'y. spout hours on the arrangement of Statement cf the Condition four bundled and fifty inhabitants. that "fringe," and will brook no disTheir license cost them 8 100 per year, j in1 tiii: OWENSBORO yet they all appear to be making M!lvL2. -C- hildren's dav was oh- - turbance of the same, awl last but nr not least, ask her plainly, 'Will you money. served at the Main St. Methodist be my wife?' Let there be no The public schnolfc of this city Chinch today. They had n beautiabout that part of your At tlio C'Iom' ill IIiinJiio- -. .Mnrrli closed after eight months of success, ful program and it was well acted. Id, IS-- . mill Mllimlllril li tilt proposal." Aside from the above, it the graduating exercises last and Stockholder' Mcrllni; Quite a crowd of us attended l would be n capital idea to ascertain .M 10, night. Pi of. Brown has shown himchurch nt Macedonia whether the young lady is in tho heat self to be an excellent teacher. Frank Gunther, wife awl daughter, of humor before attempting to "pop Willi abundance of natural ga,aud will leave for HHSOl'UCFS. , Miss Daisy, the question." of the best paving brick in thousands . S.")!),:i!t!)..S-Rills discounted Spokane Falls to be gone a mouth. the woild, with the clay and machie-cr- y Real estate :i,ooo.oo Archie OTIuherty and Herbert for making untold millions, it is How often has it been said that Furniture awl lixtures. . . . 1,000.00 went to Rockport, Ind., to i Sanders i,:sn.G7 very nearly n disgrace that our little there was nothing nobler in the world Roods day. 7J:i.fl city is left in total darkness at night, than a true, sweet woman? Awl how Debts in suit R. P. Miller visited his parents :5(i:i.;vj Expenses paid not a single street lamp to be seen, often hut the self.samc tjuestiou been Cash m .",.V.'!).07 last week, except some enterprising citizen in:'s,oii'...T. peion, Ciuh in other banks Edgar Hale, son of Henry Hale, answered by tho dividually pays for one, and not a Rockport, Ind., has accepted a posi- without one moment's hesitation 8110,0:57.5)1 'treet paved and very few of them tion in F. O. Gunther & Son's hard- "Nothiuir." Some tnrls. in trowim? LIAHILITIKS. have sidewalks, but what are mud up, seem to think of nothing but dre-- s ware store. holes after every rain. If the newly 8'BL,9lML) While w riling these few ' Capital stock There is a great deal of excitement and go. Deposits (.,.. (.(. elected council have half the cnter-pii- se lines, my mind naturally goes . , 40.:J7 here this morning over the body of a liauUa before the election, they boasted 4.00 co'orcd woman found in theriver.She to a conversation I had with a young DividewlJiinpaid they will attend to these mutters im. .. 1,111). It) having been murdered by her hus- lady not long since, in which she Prolit and los mediately. band two or three mouths ago. . He spoke very intelligently on this sub- 8110,0:57.5)1 A plan is on foot to have waterject. She said her whole heart's de. was arrested and lodged m jail. ft. hi. Cox, Puiiii:m-works built, n franchise has been sire was to help others, awl strive to , PlEKACK. ginuted by the council to n company, receive an education, the grandest rPlw r A KINDERHOOKr i who will undertake to put in works ii .i.. i.i..:..t.i ... u .iiiuiii nn- iiiui; uifi.iiii.iijii;, in 9 May 24. The Sunday School at inggood.undns.istiiig those who were that will supply the citizens with waIII ter. This has long Lecii wanted by Alexander is in a flemishing condi- not able to assist themselm A ; l U 111ST MtlclllIlOS our people, ns some of our blocks of tion. young lady friend of this kind will . . 111111(1 1)0111 Mrs. Tilford, Caneyville, made a always be found loved and the town arc closelybuilt with wooden 111 at. dif-fer- ont Preston I lllltllllllllllllllia.ltlllMltlW IMlllllllll.il 1 If It Jill i.. , - - " ru ty - imK"MCrJ UTilHlsTniTvl Mil. .1. I. rv-(lllii'iiri irovn riirnii iicmiu Ja).Ku-Soi'- l llui mi-- , l., in) I "Alter to Inn vwry iimmii rii.uil), 1 iciiiovol iv I irre Iluncli of tun jc.im Ktiimllui;. Irum n ii )i'ai ulil lllly, vi llli tlircoiinilk'Hlluiiaof ; -- of VV 2 ; QUINN'S OINTMENT, j 1 1 "nrmnfi llm liont rcuirnlli)ii 1 Inn cv cr nwil or licard S i iiciiriiiy rei'iiiiiniciiii ii mini iiursuiuou. N,ftmi' ftumlrrtlsraiich trttlmontut " L CA. IWIw al.tllr,Hl,..llld I 1 f t.n Aafemi.trii.r.tlBirilt I Mt, 'tulUHik', ataintrtnfiiiU r, for Iriul (j V Outfit iut k In ; For .ii;:ui;n 9 mW riniin: ma an a - SHL VtiimmmWmWrmmig! Farmers of Ohio CittiETiMi. Co i t :i l:i l'ivoa kno v that n lit'loi-ouel- i thlugr Aiojotiiiw.uo that it ultcu fastens on llicn tin) often runs Into Consumption ami H lunnsnnd far ends in Death? People MilJViin irum AstliliM.n Hioucliltis, l'neiimouia and Coiuumptiou will all, tell you that a my ss s:i"l!IB 833 mum w.nm u n "1 Hav- "IT STARTED WITH A GOLD."; m ' I'lt-asan- ing' taken tho agency E , for tho 3icCornii.clt Mowing Machine, I will bo prepared to give yon the very best price on same. the greatest of Sforlilern Kuinedies? It will utop a C'oiikIi In one nlj;ht. It will check a CM nil" in u a day It wtllptecnit C'nmp, lvlieve Aitluui and euro CoiHumptiou if taken" S In Unit, " You can't nlTonl to '.vitlmat it " A .'. vi.t Ixittlo nnv ta- - miiiJ i DoctorV bills may jour life As': jour ilniK'P't for ft, i r J?I00 ii rto W II. llooi.i UtcCo.,'-!i-l Vi" llroa'.wnv, New grl.. lur Ikmi!;. -) 11 1 9 a 11 1: 1 m .a b h u g 11 : r 11 e a u u 1 1 t s k j 1 1 1 i-- DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY3 UourIis, Colds and Consumption is beyond (iiestlon : : tt Can you afford to neglect it? Can you trifle"! , rj Willi so serious n matter r Arc 3 oitiiwaietu.it n J Dan F. Tuacy. f- - "JP-- . . niisuii-derstuudi- 1 TF ' . m - . A At vL r s Sur , - . . 'jfc.jxf't fl " .- - 33 o .. ? S lsi. O'vivA5 Peasant a.sl?moiSyi nrvxvMn ,''7fjt IT 6 SX"'-'- - B.BIMOUSNES55. N up. A IlCJfii:?!! wnv . thnt tlieTi.tikM Chill Tonic which liai J 1 k.?p fiieh uuivcr.tl s.itisfu. tiun. hihI 3 vIiMi Mill- t.-- .." our h.nciejliliois Ulkiuuf . . I T self-iam- e safe..,,.,,, .,,, , Y nil L'tMitiini Taffli?ss Chill Toi Ic. ! nsk for Rsni'ii't. , titlll flrtll'l . . f f rlim iitilrt ilfifikfttitl. .. ..... . .. ... Winn 1 .iimiiin, rl nlllir Irt lie just ns good. Onnx'sT.. tt .ChillT. 1.1c lio'iU full Got . niiil coi tnins4H doses, v.hile many of the i. w, intrteil ml hold tonics onlv i contains lint twenty-fou- r to tliirtv dorcs. (', jm-'- s Tonic is .1h I.irjfe as any dol. lar tonic and lofnlN f c .Vj 1'ArtIM Miinnriicliiii'il 1 - "... BIKDICINIS COIl'ANV, 1 I , t. T.on:,, iiii'i. :. ! t o. 11 . ..: 1 !..v nil lv l)riiglt. I, Ho. 1, Ho. IZ?2 vflnrvv irvnc r.vo .'O kVUMbh Lusl.B''Lv.QJ' L' I vjiLiU. Solid I 1 Tires, Ho. ?SJ.OO 2, Cushion Tires, fOJ.OO 3, Ladies' Solid Tires, STRICTLY HIGH GRADE. r!a. 3 C, Ladies' Cushion Tires, ifttj.oo Ho. 4, GSiirertlblB Solid Tires, I C lni'mms: oi , oun Cnsbiou Tires ou r tt rnuiiiv ma JL k f im H0.4.D, Ohio COllllty Will) tend ... Warranted AI.I. VAItTS " Cushion Tires, fos. 00 No bottor machine matlo at fHJ.OO any price flint broke the iireat chine Combine last - $85.00 ,K)1I' X. LOMCLL uVTIS CO.. 1 $85.00 riiiii Year. L. n, Fild. - Livery Stable, I j KifflS, VEHICLES, CARTS. few-day- s FAST LINE Lib-city- CASEBIER'S 'BUS n. n 03NTES :E:E.io:E3 VEEW ; Re-cu- ST'-Ti31vBls- es Beever Dam DEPOSIT BANK ,J imAni7TTri j)) nJUU Also keeps a lilVerV ,i, I '.., . . Tnuiy will also dle the host Hay irei he besi of Rake made. Remember there Feed Stable, where jou can have jour Horses Fed. and .... H no better machine ders with made than the Mower, nihl. Leave jour or vilks:,, 1 1 rrift." . s HER nm FAIR BROS. & COJMJ n good Cooking Stove, call on It is n wood Stove and new. C. 11. For Mimiii. REPUBLICANS. Thoy Mot In Convention Monday and Nominated a Strong Tickot Everything Harmonious and Lovo-y- . PERSONAL. Itev. E. E. Putc goes to Livermoro to day. E. P. Noil, Prontif, is attending Court this week. I.E. Met 'lure, Horton, called to see us Monday. Mrs. C. It. Martin has been iinprnv- inc for the past week. Arch Cain raino homo from Owensboro Tuesday. Itev. F. M. Petty, Barrett's Ferry, was in town Saturday. l)i .1. P. Williams, Owensboro, spent Sunday in town. Itev. U. V Hessou, Leitehfield, is visiting his parents, Itobert A Millor, Horse Brunch, called on us Wednesday. Miss Kiittie Cooinbes has liuun sick u few cliijs this week. Hon. Win. Millig.in, returned from Memphis Wednesday. It. It. Wedding, Itosine, called on us while in town Tuesday. Miss Muttie Cliiun, Heda, visi'od C.C. Bennett's family hist week. Hon. 0. M. Harnett, Owansboro, came up to attend thu Convention. J. K. Steele und wife, ofMemphi", Teun,, nrc visiting Mrs. C. 11. Martin. C. M. Pciidlutou, L'liiisville, visited friend i here S'tnlay an I M :i day. Hurry Moore, Purudis.i, visited thu family of Win, Milligan this week. Miss Minnie Itowo visited friends in Itockport anil Centertown this week. Miss Edna Stiinger, Owensboro, wiil visit Mrs. M. J. Williams during Commencement. Miss Muttie Tinsley, Bedn, was tho guest of Misses Artie and NetSunday. tie Col. I. B. Nail, editor of the Farmers Home Journal, was in town the first of the woek. It. I. Barnett, operator at Hives, To in., visited his mother's family near town this week. Mrs. L. P. I.oney and Utile sou, Clarence, nre visiting friends in Itockport and vicinity, Our handsome friend,.!. B. Wallace, Sulphur Springs, called to seo in while in town Tuesday. Scott M irrison, ono of II i wsvdlo's loading lawyers and a staunch Republican, attended Court this wee :. Misses Maggie Thomas and Lizzie Allen, Huwesvillc, willvisit the family of Itev. E. E. Puto next -- Anderson's Bazaar. This old reliable house still sells loads of goods and has the reputation of selling cheaper than any house in town or county, and treats everybody alike. One price to all is our motto. You can see the price of any article marked in plain figures and it must go just as it is marked. No selling one person at cost and then making it up off of the next customer that comes in. We treat all a ike and sell just as low as we possibly can,and as our goods are all bought in the East and by a shrewd buyer. We can offer you some rare bargains. Give us a call and be convinced. Something Like A Spring Display. ELECTRIC! ECLECTIC! INS.nIR!NG! (!o to J. V. Ford & Co. and nee the celebrated Champion Mower and Ilukc. The best and mrwt durable. Cicero Bryant hm purchased a liulf interest in the Dnrl)cr.ilio of Davis it Hnynea, and tlielinn in now Bryant & ECLECTIC Because we show absolutely ev- Pursuant to call, a g.odly number of Itcnitblicans met in Ma-i.-- i Convenllcineinher that Clark will only he tion Monday at :'!() o'clock to re the County Committee- nml hero two or three vcek9 longer, so this nominate candidates tor Shrill' noil is your last chance this summer for n to Circuit Cleik. After being called to fine photograph. Ilaync, i 1 erything- worth buying in Dry Goods, C.'othing, Notions, Dress Goods, Millinery, etc. The Hartford Houseollers the liost entertainment Circuit dining Court mid Commencement week. LT) Try it. cer.ts per meal. Hates will he given by the week. ot ELECTRIC The caddest words of tongue or pen, arc these, "It might have been," and don't let them be yours when Clark is gone and you have no photograph. Come now and be in time. Mc Henry and eccond game ! Because our spring display is positively dazzling and electrifying. Hartford play their at the Me Henry picnic, and the icsult will be awaited with a great deal of interest by the admirers of the twocliib-"- . ,M I L L I M E R Y- Miss Sara has just received a lot of the latest styles in Hats and can make yon one just to suit you, and at the lowest possible price. Any one will do we'l to see her stock before buying any place else. INSPRIRING Because we show what business pluck and ability can do in getting together a good stock and a good crowd. Herbert Lowe, nu excellent young man of Washington neighborhood, died Wednesday evening and was buried yesterday evening at the PatWe extend terson burying ground. to his widowed mother and to his brothers, sifters and friends our sincere sympathy. Before our next issue the people of Hartford, and the visitors within her gates, will have spent the greater part of the most pleasant week ever given to n College Commencement, Every department and evciy class is making the most strenuous chord in the gi eat intellectual combat, but the one thing above all otherts that interests the mends of the l ollege is the OraIt torical Contest Monday night. will be a great intellectual feast and everybody should attend. i j. h. it. vi:h:n(i. Where, Oh Where are our competitors? answers, ' " " LxLjmALa. I. Plf . bur- Wool. Hring us your wool and take home vour i oils the same day. Kesp'y, J. W. Foul) & Co. The time for school to cloze is n- proachiug rapidly, one more week and wc will be through work and ready to spend a pleasant vacation, but our limited time calls for hard work and the prospects arc. that each individual will be fully prepared and when the last day shall nriivc, receive the welcome plaudit, well done. Marvin Bean, E. V. MilliganjMiss Mmririft ( illnlltlior. nd Vfil.liln Motrin ami Venlu Duke, attemkd General Come to us in crowds, Wo can take care ol all. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION College Happenings. j 1 Fmitw! I i & i Funks!!! Kciiiriuhcr lli'iiry Collin, tlic lier. i We receive new (iuoils every week. meme Caiimin iVL'o. .Monday, C. K. Cook accompanied his broth-- I er home last Friday returning Mon-,day. ixJ-srrs- J For General Ward-Robe- s Dressers, Suits,Rock-eror anything in the Furniture .Line, see It. Nelson, A. F. Stanley anil MissPirtle and Lurn Williams vis We are celling lots of Shoes. ited the home ot Miss hvn I'irtle Sunday afternoon. Cllt-O- N A Co. C. B. B. Felix, Olnti.u; U. 11. Fine Shoes and Godscy, Shrcve; Prof. G. B. Likens, Ladies and Mis.-e.-- i Slippers jut iceoivcd tit Schapinirc's. Horton; and Itev. C. W. Ilessou, Leitehfield, were welcome visitors Uev. C. W. ile.von Jwill picach at Tuesday Morning. Miss Minnie Kowe is visiting her the Metliodiit cliurch at this place aunt, ut Centertown. nc't Sunday at II o'clock, Several ot the classes arc through The Trustees of the College are with their work and the members are liavimja nice fence built along the waiting for examination day when s they shall he brought as it were, us front of the College grounds. lambs to the slaughter. How nice the new fence around Foi: tM.K A No platform, 2 tented spring wagon, been used a lit- the College is going to be. Mom: Anon. tle, William- linos. tf es Eva 1 WIil'ii you waul a ik'itMint title In Heaver Dam, rail on C. L. Field. order bv Chairman Wedding the Convention was treated to pome excellent music by the Hnrtford Orchestra, and on motion ot E. P. Neul the Convention extended the young ladies and gentlemen a unanimous vote of thanks. E. P. Scu was chosen Chairman und in Inking his scat made u ringing speech. Perry W'esterfie'd wns made Secretary. On motion of S. L. Stevens it was ordered that a committee of fi.-- on organization he appointed, nml the Chair appointed the following: J. S. It. Wedding, Hartford; S.L. Stevens, Stanley, Cool Cromwell; A. F. Springs; J. B. Howard, Fordsville nml C. M. Harnett, Hartford. W. A. Gibson olfered the following resolution, which was adopted: Itix)LVKi), That this Convent! in elect for u term of one year, or till their successors are elected, a Committee composed of a Chairman, a Secretary and five oilier members to be known as the Ohio County Repubwho lican Executive Committee, shall adopt a constitution and for their government. It shall be the duty of said Committee In tnkcchnigo of the present campaign, especially to aid by counsel, and In every other proper way, all c iiididatcs of the party. It shill have power to appoint, precinct und such other Committees us iniiy be deemed proper and necessary to advance the interest of the party, and shall he empowered to fill any vacancies nrrisiug in iN own membership. A majority of said Committee shall constitute u quorum for the transaction of business. It was then ordcied that the Convention proceed to the nomination of candidates for Sheriffum! Circuit Clerk. c by-lasub-ordiu- utc In this line & DRESS GOODS!- - we are full and can snrelv please yon. Have the latest things in Hen riettas, Crepe Cloth, Mill's, India Linens, WedLawns, &c, and all at low prices. ding outfits a specalty. Calicoes, Ginghams, Domestics, are all going fast, as we sell them cheap. Good Calico at 5 cents per yard, and fast colors. . STAPLES. Our shoe line is full and we can give you something pretty in Oxford Ties, just the thing for the warm weather. Call and see our line, we can please you. We invite all our friends to call and see us during court, and we assure them they will be treated nicely, and can buy goods from us cheaper than anyone. Don't forget the place, Anderson's Bazaar run by SHOES weo'c. A. F. Stanley went to Owensboro Monday, where he has accepted a as Storekeopfr-Gaug- er position under Collector Folund. The brilliant and band ome, W. P. Scott, editor of the Central City Republican, in company with It. 1 . Miller, Owensboro, called to see us while in town Saturday. Dr. J. II. B.iyet, Owensboro, will bo the guest of Dr. Coleman Wed- uesduy next, and will deliver the annual address to the souieties of the College Thursday night. SARA and ME. I HOTEL - :o: ami refi:rniehed. This Hotel has recently been It is The table is furnished with the best the market ullbrds. Special rare will be tuken to nccommndute the publis during Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make heudqtiurters here. Come one and all and try us. We are reasonable in our charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Do.i't forget the place, comer Market and Union Streets. Special arrangements will be made to accommodate the people nt the Fair. bccoud to none. Daily Exeroises. Programme of Class Exercises for Commencement Week of Hartford College ami Businets Institute from 1892: to June Monday, !) a. in., 1:30 p. in., Way laud Alexander. Ph.. D. Histoiy of Philosophy; 'J. W. Lytle Ph. B. May HO .'5, T. J. MORTON. N,N &M.V.R.R. MtfrtAffl-- 3iw(tUaf TIH INS I.KU'K UK WiMI MM. TltMNS (iOI.Nd WWT, No. ft. Mull nml Ihprru No. 7, Mini lisl Kipriuu TltMNS (iOI.M! Ni. t, Mini mml Ktprruu , Miiiitnl Kxprvuu No. 12.11) ll:.TO h. r. m. KMil. - IMHr. m. VM a. M FRIDAY, MAY27, Trade at the Bimtiir. 1892. Try trading with us. Cakson A Co. Monday is Decoration day at No Creek. Remember Bryant & Hnyues, the expert bathers (Jo to Schapnnro and get you a good pair of Shoes, Wear-Foreve- r Shoes at a bargain nt Anderson's Bazimr. lco nt Williams Hros., at any hour,1 tf. or in any quantity. Ico and lee drinks hand nt T. J. constantly Morton's. on You can save money bji Dry Goods of Carson & Co. buying , When in town call on Cascbient llurton and get your horso fed. Cnscluer & Burton . l.ii'ri-- i I. nil nml court. rr are lenders llinni ilni-mt- in, ' ' Pii The Ihzuur wants your Koutliord and (iinscng, will pay you to biing it t them. When you want nn elegant hair-cut- , tint & Huynes. u good shave or remember Bry- i T. J. Morton will serve Ico cream ut the Commercial Hotel during commencement week. T. J. Morton's groeoiy store is the plaoo to buy your Furniture nml Groceries, cheap for cash. Everybody is pleased with Clark's work. Ho will only be here about two or three weeks, nt most. Remember that (J. L. Field is still in thu Li v try and Feed business. t II .hi t!i( niiwil III wllll Ull llllll iiilinii in Inn it "! I ( William", Bell it Co. cm furnish Cowardly Assault. you at reasonable rates, a ything you Yesterday's Commcrc'al contains inn v want in the drug line, Paints, the following items concerning n Oil's, Wall l'aper.iVrc. young lady who recently visited this Henry Cillius has the nicest little place: in the Green lliver Padiicaii, Kv., May 22. Gieat barbershop country, and if you want good work excitement wijs created here todny unand polite treatment give him a call. by the announcement that an resiknown negro had entered the The lluitliml lloutc leccives fresh dence of Joseph Starr, living two vegetables every day, and has made miles nwny, nud made an assault updaughon Lydia, his niuctceii-ycar-olarrangements to have a good supply ter Early in the morning the negro on handdiiriugCourt and Commencecalled ut' the house and asked for ment week. something to ent. The young Indy gave it to him. At the same time he The G. A. It. reijucst us to gay jiretentcd to want work and inquired that they detiro the ladies to have if Mr. Starr was at home. By this their lloweis for Dteoiation day ready means he learned that Mr. and Mrs. gone at the Court House by 8 o'clock Mon- Starr hud her to MarKet in Pnducuh und that brothers wero ut work in day morning. the fields some distance from the He then preteuded to leave, Wo have received an invitation to house. be .present at the Commencement hut instead of doing so went around to the back door nud met Miss Starr. Exercises of the Frankfort High Tliis timo lie drew n knife and grabbSchools Thursday evening, June l(i, ed her by the throat and attempted to upon tho floor. She at which time the class ol '!)2 appear. throw her theliriiMiTciark & screamed and he threatened to kill H. E. Chirk, of her if sKe did not cease. She did not Steitler, is still in Hartford ready to but just then her brother appeared do uni the finest and bist work in iipou the scene nud the fiend at once His pictures are as fled. Tho people were ut once phntogiaphy. moused, nud half a hundred men good us the best, and his terms most were soon on his truck, scouring the reasonable. woods. The police of this city were Miss Lydia Slurr.u charming young notified und several of them mounted and joined in the hunt. All ot tho lady who recently visited nt (hit place, railroad stations hereabouts havo sent n curiosity to Mrs. Sallie Hard- - been wired nml his apprehension is wick. It was wiiiio corn that grew believed to bo only n question of time, on her father's farm near Padueuh, of and if captured there can be but one result, considering the present temper nmu ' 0VBr B" "ii"i The fellow left his of the people ate shuck finger-print- s on tho young lady's ..... .... T T "7'. sho is completely proslia-le- d II. 1J, VaiSW.I, UIIU 111 tllll U AMU I I throat, and ' . by the encounter. em iieuieis, una 11131 tiiiiiiiii-ii'i- i iiiu I covering of a spring wagon for Casc- The Entertainment. bter cv Biiiton, to use for their sum The entertainment fjivon Friday mer tra,ie. h u a master, piece of uig'it at the Court Hihu undo.' tho W()ri. Ulllj !,.,, yreat mw ,1C management of Miss Majfgio Null, more than fulfilled the expectations l)art f Mr. Curson. of bur friends. Thu hall was erowd-- ol A little two.hy-fo- ur efloit has been early with u mixed nudioucu of made by boinu of our oitiwns in the large nud small, old and young who tho exercises enjoyed way of a petition, we understand, to greatly have the whisky question submitted throughout. Tho first part of the entertainto the voters of llartlord precinct, lint ment consisted of a drill by Miss is the indication! are that the thing Nnll'jj class in iiutsio which iiowod considerably dead at this writing. musical talent on their part and curo-f- ul training on tho part of the teacher. Afttr the chow Wednesday at Beaver Dam, a couple (if young men Tho second part was the comic op g got into u difficulty near the depot, eratta, "Tho FrogWhoVoiild"intro-d'ueiuvurious characters und which mid ono ot them, a nung fellow by the name of Southard fniii McHen-r- y, in every part elicited sound's of or thrieabouts, was arrested, nud laughter and applause. beautiful Miss Tula Pendleton's u Iter ward kicked Marshal D..vo Bald win, who tiruck lurn u bhnrp blow voice oddud much to tho enjoyment of over the head with his club, cutting a the evening, which all will rememfijiiiBiilnpiililik - it null ber us ono of jolly mirth. VWIIOHIVHIIIHijiicii d Ueometiy, Bay's Algebra; William Foster, Ph. B., Beginning Grammar, Book-keepin- E- - P NEAL .' In n few elegant words W. I. Itowe presented the name of Clayton L. Woodward, of Centertown, for Sher-ill'.a- nd he was declared the unanimous choico of the Convention. C. S. Taylor presented, in appropriate remarks, the name of S. T. Stevens, of Cromwell, for Circuit Clerk. No other nominations were mnde mid Mr. Stevens was unanimously declared the choice of the Convention. The Committee on organization then mnde the following report, which Your Committee rewns ndoptcd: spectfully recommend the following Execulivo Committee for 181)2-9Chairman, Wood Tinsley, Hartford; Secretary, Jo. U. Itogeis, Hartford; II. D. Smith. Fordsville; C. Slndo Taylor, Cromwell; W. S. Samuels, Bartlcttt; Capt D. Duncan, Itockport; it. It. Wedding, Itosine. Itcspcctlully submitted, J. S. it. Wi:i)i)i.v(i Ch'ni'ii., C. M. BAUNirrr, See'y., Coin. A. F. Stanliiy, J. B. Howai), S. L. Sti:vi:n.s, J Mr. Woodward was called for and responded, (hanking the Convention for the honor conferred upon him, ucccptiui; iho nomination nud promising to make u vigorous canvass. Mr. Stevens was then called for and made u pretty little speech in acceptThe Convening the nomination. tion then adjourned. E. P. Ni:al, Chairman. Pi:nitv Wi:s'iT.iti'iKl.i, Secretnry. . 3: Tuesday, !) a. in., 1:30 p. in., Way-lauAlexander, Ph. B. Robinson's Arithmetic; J. W. Lytle Itays' Arithnietic.Nutuial Philosophy; Win. Foster Surveyiug. Wednesday, ! u. in., 1:30 p. m., Wayland Alexauder, Ph. D, Eug-li- sh Graininar.Addressps by Members of Class in Ithetorie; J.W.Lytle, Ph. B. Oluey's Algebra; Win. Foster, Ph., B. Uotany. Thursday, 0 a. in., 1:30 p. m. Way-lan- d Alexander. Ph., D. U. S. History, Addresses by Members of Class in Ithetorie; J. W. Lytle, Ph. B. Civil Government; "Win. Foster, Ph. B. Latin. Friday, 9 n. m.. 1:30 p.m. Way-la- nd Alexauder, Ph., D. Psychology, Ithetorie; J. W. Lytle, Ph., B. Analytical Geometry; "Win. Foster, Ph. Astronomy. The public are invited to be present. d s. 're. :h:t7aE3:id, Proprietor. TEiZbT CEHnTTS AT THE To the Farmers fimt-claWho wish to purchase corn and fertilizer Drills nndtheDeer-in- g Mowing Machine and Hay-rak- e the best on market, cair do no betF. W.Yuskk, ter thnii call on, s the Will buy the best apple tree et. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping app.'es as 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, Ky. CoaMuaM-earcisu-L , mmm 9m mm markon Hartford, Ky. Sunday School. Theio will be a Sunday School organize'! at Itickett's Sclioolhouse uuxt Sunday morning at ten o'clock, .in also one ut Concord Sclioolhouse in tho afternoon ut two o'clock. Citizens of those neighborhoods wiil L. It. B. please attend. 1 Louiuillt, St. Louis & Ten ailnj. No.M, NOV. I, I8'J1. bCIIKIU'l.i: No.M, Dully. 1 New Buggies. WXST I IOCS 1 1. Daily. . I.v. I.uuitlllu WYt Point llruiHlt-ii'iiio- j V.fin. m .11 U:I7 ;U p. in. T:'M After looking theBuggy Markets over we have purchased a New Line of Buggies and Spring Wagons which we con- Irvitijttnii. - , l'luurNjrt.. .. Il.in-,illi- lcin'N)rt . Uulporl - p. in. ii. in s. in. 8.U7 p. in. p. in, I ii, in. Mi U.il p. in. ' lo.il u 10:11 ii. in. 11:10 p. in. 11:11 ii. in. 10:IU. m. 11:34 ii. in. lump, in. BUTTER. KNOWN AS THE Newly PALMER HOUSE. 25c ttFamished. -- H- Rates $1-0- 0 per day. - Meals fidently reccammend for their ritlulliSTYLE and DURABILITY, as r. IK lulu win well as cheapness. Call an 'I KlhTllOU.ND. see them. l.. 1IhuIi iun. . U: Hip. in. 11:11 p. in. in, inn p. in. l:Wp. in. Wain. in. M, .EiiBtsiile Frederieu, between Mniu nml the llivcr, Oweneboro, Ky. Wo. M, Dully. . No. 51, MJIS. CJ1 AS tJiOJi 3; MJIS. a. R WJ CLING HjUl,Propx. Dui'r . 7:19 n, m. II: lip, hi. H.OCKER & C(). HK)Ullle,... Oun.J'oni. HllMtl'VlllC. .rlfoit . W, T. McKENNEY, Clompoit S(rili?nioit.. Irtlnglun llrniiilrnl'UrK Wi'nl I'lilnl I.oiit.v illt vDENTIST BEAVER DAM, KY. 7ill he in his oflice from the first to the 10th of each mouth. Office over Bank. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. tr. in. U 31 p. m. .27 u. in. IW p. in, . . 1) lJ u S.Mp. in. p. iii- . V.M 11. III. , 10 ol a. in. 4.57 p. in. , u. in. (i.lll p. in. T.OA p, in. . ll.OJ n , 11:81 a. in. 7U1I p. in. Ii 0.1 p. in, 8 OS p. Ill, I.oo p, in. (Miip, hi. . 717 m In of llio l.n (irlppr. Luiim llml.. Khlnry uml Trial. Illiy niillir lloni the Iwl ln.llv.hliiin. lliMlu.n.ln. iinv Itlnil ill urpttkll.)". or ntlirr .,,!. i. ... .1!.. ...... III.. iiii-'(Ilru.lm'lie rrllijtfd Kld'lrirlly lllcim jouuml krp)oii In i .i pnni-iiiM- , In K J M II II S ELhu I H U BtUI ulll . .mil In illl (iihMinlrnl.tli-i-- . . .. '. fuZ.r Prk-i-iit. 'l. ?l'i. iiihI ll.i, II i.iiiniii. .iiu r.ifi-iriiiiie iiii'i w pj'v "rp; i'niiiintlilnztnlrvtl'ioiii, t'.in uiirfi-iniri'tdiluliil In unit, Mini ittwriiiiti-ii- l to lunt or II-- , A Hll umi . MoJU-n- l "ml prmliK-il Wnlf Pi to ulio.-kKl. Hull "r ill" piu'i- - uml lull (live milut Mlrta. AiMrruu RR. JlHtD. AKelllH wnilirn. ipx-in.-- , " i tttrll, Tulii No. H nml N". t Iniiiglontfttiulij llui uuit UiiikI. lui.lMiru- .t r'or lunlicr Information, ,l.lrf mule coiinitlion Hi ullli tmlnion UV.tcrn II, ll mil nl II.C, MlltlUt:,fln. IVrAK'l. ' l.ouliulle, Ky, HUH Thorough, Pructlctl InMructlon. OmliiMn to potltlonu, Catalogue lift. Wilt, to UTAmJtUTlOllKSMUESE, louisvilli, KT. M di Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. ron, were the giiefts of Mieses Lcliti nnd Floy Murphy Sunday. Willie Porter, of Hnrtiord, was in WASHINGTON LETTER. our neighborhood Sunday. Seth Puyiio spent Sunday evening in Grnysoii. HARDINSBURQ. C E. Wing, ofOlaton, visited his May 17th. Mrs. Dr. Willet, of uncle, J. WuTlnce, Saturday nnd SunVinq Grove, was visiting lior sister, day. Lilly Hi:ll. Mrs. Hardin, last week. Clover-por- t's THAT IIACKIXU i'Ol'UH ran !' o James Patterson, one of I We Republicans, lias inU'kl) cutMI) Nlilluli's fine.Um. jitiiiaiiU-N.I.onergotio liy X.. Wii)nrnilt1lii4 Govreceived an nppoin'ntnient as BALlT KNOB. ernment Storekeeper. JoeTaul and son, Gabe, of Hall-towFarmer? are busily engaged in put were in town Friday, tlio Ulth. ting out their crops. Very few are G. Haswoll lias just put into done planting corn. poultry yard. operation a large Miss Ada Porter, Morgnntown, is It is furnished with an incubator visiting relatives in this neighborhood. It will bo n paying and brooder. The Hall Knob base ball club have business. begun playing. James Gardner and Judge MerIt is with n sad heart that we note cer returned from Louisville Frithe deatli of our friend and neighbor, day. J. J. Leach. He was a loving husW. H. Hell, lately elected Mayor band and a kind, affectionate father, of this place, has resigned. Ho goes but God givetli ami lie tukctli nwny, to take chargo of the commissary ami we must now ?uuini?iveiy to ma JamhsII. call. on tho I,. St.L. & T. II. S. Skilliuan,.oiir efficient and cheap, out accommodating Circuit Court Clerk, oi up. hv a pledi'O of tho liard casii is u candidate for ic election sub. . i ject to the action of the Democratic of a financially responsible linn, or world-wid- e reputation The office of Circuit Clerk, company, of party. needs a man who is well iju.ilified to for f.iir and honorable dealing, it fill it. Mr. fckillman has held the means business. us Now, there are- scores of His party office for twelve years. rs, anil other could not nominate a better in m. lticliard Owen, Y. C. Moronism all cracked up to be the best, purest, were in town most peculiar and wonderful, but and Ernest Hobin-o- -i bear in mind foryourown sake, there's Saturday. lat Station, only ono guaranteed blood purifier Mr. tfhelby, of H.irned ami remedy for torpid liver and all was in town Saturday, May llth. H. Sne.td 'preueliod an disea es that come from bad blood. Rev. W. That one standing solitary and interesting sermon to an appreciative audience at the M K. Church alone sold on trial, is Dr. Pierce's Sundaay, May l."i. Text: ''Am 1 my Golden Medical Discovery. If it doesn't do good in skin, brothers keeper.'' A Democratic Muss meeting was sjalp and scrofulous diseases and -- p.ilmouarv consumption is only hold at tho Court Ultimo Sittmlay, just let its makers la tho 4tli for the purpose of electillg deleiratcs to the Slate Convontion. .;now and get your money back. Talk's cheap, fmt to back a poor at Louisville on the --Tith. The attendance was depressingly small. medicine, or a common one, by sellThe delegates were instructed to ing it on trial, as "Golden Medical voto for R. F. Heard as delegate to Discovery" is sold, would bankrupt th National Convention from tho the largest fortune. only "Discovery'' Talk's cheap but Fourth Congressional District. Hon an nppji is guaranteed. AW E. Minor who had been m cant for the same place withdrew in Wll.l.lorNI'M'KU ith Ix.-i- t niul favor of Heard, subsequently a moLit i r I'Liint? Nlilluli'" VitHlizirisKiiiniulMsl tion was made that the delegates be ii rill i' Jim. .V.lil l.j .. Wii)iir (iiiitlin A lt. instructed to vote for Minor as delLos Angeles Cal. egate at large. This brought on a Gen. W. E. Veaio writes as fol-olively breeo. It was feared that ''With vminti's Ointment I this would injure tho chances ol Convention accordingly have removed a swelling on Hock Hoard. The has been there flirei squelched Mr. Minor, notwithstand- Joint which ing he had announced his intention years, have also used it for splints of standing or falling at that time on a number of my colts and it hi!is taken them off in every case. und place. Hest remedy on tho market. Koiii.n' Hood. n, -' sarsa-parillblood-purifie1 lung-scrofu- May 20th. "Docs tho President This qucs-ti- on desire n may found strange to some people, hut it was seriously asked by a Kcpiihlienn Senator ot four nther Retwo ot whom publican Senators, have themselves been prominently mentioned in this and other Presidential years as available candidates, and it brought out the fact that although each of the five constantly meet Mr. Harrison and discus political affairs with him, not one of them had ever heard him say one single word that could be construed as expressing a desire to be nominated. I'hcy were all of the opinion that the only giound that exists for supposing that the Presis ident docs wish a that he has not said that he did nut. The conversation in question was private, which preclude the ue of name. The Democrats in Congress daily grow more uncertain on the Presidential question. They now consider that Hill is no longer even a possibility, and regard Cleveland as a possibility, but decline to concede the probability of his nomination in the lace of Hill's active opposition. Many of them confess that tliey know not which way to turn for a candidate. The Democrats of tho House Committee on appropriations in reporting adversely upon the joint resolution appropriating 8!i0,000 for the relief or those made homeless by the overflow of the Mississippi river m Warren county, Mi.s., on the ground that there is no law authorizing such appropriation; and that it would bcdati-goro- ui to set such a precedent, forgot the highest law of If it is right for Congress to appropriate millions to improve rivers and harbors in the several States it cannot be wrong to appropriate a few thousand dollars to relieve sufferings brought unon honest. Imnl.iwirkiii!' citizens. of one of those States by floods, which they could not have foreseen or pre- venteil. People who usually run away with everything have beeu disposed to1 muni: iiiui.ii ui mi: siuiuiuuiu huh wio , Department of State has received no formal acceptance to the Pi cedent's invitation to Foreign Governments to attend the propon'd International monWhile it is true' etary Conference. that iioofh'cial acceptances have been received Guat Hrituiu, Italy and Austria Hungary have accepted and indue course of tune c ijiie of their acceptances will arrive by mail. Frauce, Switzerland and several other count lies have given satisfactory intimation of their intention to accept. ' Commercial Hold, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRIETOR. Has just been repaired and newly furnished. Located close to Depot. s Good mcalg or lunch. Give it a trial. first-clas- Mm V A. ' ( i6MRKer9foMAfi- - JrM w tmr jtesiftoWhfofr Some: we dUy? ihiL dcas WiRETTE S-- SME RICE AND or.illurt-fttii- t DO VOL' WANT TO MAIlllY, nril.i Vu th am'lnl Ictlerti from MiHitldnm mill liullri iih'uii liom nil our lilt' round) If mi, oiip trn ninl rciHirii top) of ttiorliint iimlrlinnnlHt wpfr cultril OnAim lll.if".in. nlnrlinlll nltiml jnn moro liiilllirn' 'iiJo unlit Hum jon linn Iniil fiiriiiiiiyiiiliijii'ii'l niiiiiln'riMiiiliiliiK liitii.lr.'iN of Irll.i. mini Uilu' mill KOiitU'liiniffHtitiiiKniriti-iHiiiiliMitKlii.i- i II llieiv l .1 nrm or thoi- - of Un. ttnttiiltl who llll. lint follllil ill nr Ih'I ntlllllll )iiii. hhiiIppi Ulri'N. Iihv' lln- - i;l I .iioviiiiiinli). ItLi.tiill., r.iillll H, 1H Hljhl'l.l 'li-'- t, Ij. ll'l-- .. l HI, ly. EfiBQDiES Every DLsi'nAtiLLliPRovEKEi.t Crimp, WliwipuiK X Cini.iliiiit.1 llioiK'liiil-Ilium-illiti- iillvinl l. slilinli'n Cuif. ,U llm.'s InilsMri'. 7..W .iiiitli.i u..i. HanbspJ ST Svfr tin YT ManyExclusively Its . FlNISHF-- D SEE OUr? mrmmm'xmsw "..7.r'.. a D?. n.ft.kHiKUHiin s -V AriD REMEMBER n J LJ xbo-- t I; Na rA MIND w Sew Rf frT,,o,-Kl,f- ! or vjj.U'.r-iRK- i,,Frt9VW 17 S $,5,00 1: 5250,00 profiTic'ilwInKMii liirnl-- li ii Ii r ttlllllo lllll.' In till IttlMltf-- . .1 1' till SgSSEfctTCENT OR I LERY ALL GROCERS KEEP IT: HOU5EWIFE: WANT5 IT. -- $fc ' li- llll) l'pli)lil.llil)'Plllji..)i'il iil-111 Iohik 1111J rltlc. II, V. JOll.NSUX A CO. -'.'Kill . 1. ui M11I11 t.. IIIi'Iiiiiiu'iI, V11. fc'ir' Ulu' tht'Ii lliolllt 111 tiliMln'ir A LIVE AGENT V'ANtD IN EVERT TOWN WHEHYOUG3T0 CALI.ON- Ei'iSBORO - C. Theo.Cain, AdjustnTilo Extension Stand. exican Mustang Liniment the Ailments of Man and Beast. For the finest unit i 3'u. " -' '" l'jlf Ith. Mart Artittic Work, tretleriea 6.,6i(W)i Gm37 A ' urc for -nKM.r.u ix JOIf.iV BON110.MME, Troilrul I'Kl'll.N mill CollfVctlom-rlrs- , .r ani iibtat-- . . lotur-tcritc- il Owensboro, Ky. yf M i:su is All Orders From Stages Promptly a tnuleil In. 371y vjEr Ti "" I pain reliever. almost universal by the Housewife, the Kur.ier, the Stock Raiser, and by every one r quiring an effective liniment. other application compares with it in efficacy. well-know- Kit IiNiI IMinri'i, i'm . . CnrM'VI,ol,l, B. Y: HJ0.11 tUTIMU U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. rM ,(,,, 'l ,u 8tnJ. lllllo Mull I (lumrMunl m., , Fill. l..li,r tni. ,, ., .L,r rarlor, Ubrarr, imiie. In. ll,i.i and IjukL llunl .hkI,iuLIi llnl.h. It. f .T, llflBht nl..,i.ll U lli.V.m. "VIKl.t I... 11,1 '""yJ.f-'...- ' Ktt ' in !? .ivt Hook Bt.uil. Vu.li- - Ft, .1,1 n iirl.tniuti st !:.!, ,,',,, ji. n HORTON. e, Died May 12th, IMt'J, John J. Leach. Ho was in his filth year. His remains were interred in the "Williams burying ground by the Ho was a faithful, zealMasons. ous Christian. My heart aches as 1 pen those words, and trembling with a lingering form of sadiu'ss I know that God doeth all things well and whom lie lovelh He chasteiieth. Ho was a good husband and a kind and affectionate father. Weep not, f'jr him, dear friends, but prepare to meet him in that better world. where parting is no more. Lonn: Soki!i:l-- In Memory of John J. Loach. Tho Dmocratic Convontion. The Democrats of Hreckeniidge county met on Saturday the llth, at the Court House, to select delegate! to their State Coiiventiuii, which convenes at Louisville on the '.Villi of May. The county Chairman, W.K. Haines, called the" Convention to older and htated the object of the meeting. Here W. E. Minor, who had been a candidate for delegate, from this Con grcssioiml district, io the National Convention, arose and in a idiort withdrew liom the race in favor ofH. F. Heard. Mr. Heard, having acknowledged his obligation to Minor, concluded by placing him in nomination for permanent Clmit-limHe a elected, a was alo, V. G. Habbage, for pel muiieut Secre tary. Mr. Minor, upon taking the chair, thanked the c invention for the honor done him ami Mien iippuiu who ted a cominttee on in their report, declined in lavor of tariff i ef'orin and alo, Io instruct the delegates from thi county to vote for H. 1 Heaid for delegate, fiom the Fouith Congressional Djstnet. The report was adopted without any change being made. V. G. Habbage then moved that the convention induct its delegate- - to vote for W. K. Minor lor delegate fiom the State at Large.This win opposed by Heard's they claiming, that it friends; would jeopardise Heard's election as the 4th. delegate, from After considerable wrangling, .Mr. lSannage Then a memwithdrew his motion. ber moved that the delegates go except for Heard. Mr. Miuor,having vacatedthe chair,aniend cd the motion by moving to farther instruct the delegates. The amendment was voted down, only two voting for it, and they were the second to the amendment and Mr, Miner himself. The meeting aft-- selecting its delegates adjourned. Ciusrts. r W. J. Hyatt and familv, C'rithers-villhid., are viiting (J. 1). Cooper .N!.i:i:rl.r..KSXHJIIT mule ihIthiMp ly lint I.TIIMi" "i Kill. Slilloli's 1'niel- - llw If and wife. (iritlin l lln. for )uii, I'oi "ili" liZ. 1 Miss Zella Jjyon?, who has been visiting her siter, Jlrs. G. B. Thom( o 11 ti t y 11 i To Our Subscribers. son, has returned to her home in The special announcement which Fordsville. Specia peared in our columns tome time H. J. Daniel ami A.V'Tliomson are a special anauge prospecting for clay. If successful in sinee, announcing Kendall Co., finding it, hey will run a side-tra- ck with I Jr. 15 if Euosburg SoFalls, Vt., pubb'slicrs to the .V .V iV .u. ., thus giving a 011 if ".V Treatise on tho Horse and His iiiimhei of icople work and huumiug Diseases,"whoroby our subscribers the town. I. T. Muir and K. 11. Thouison were enabled to obtain a copy of LAW30N RENO, Cashier. that valuable work free of charge by went to Hoekport, (idling la.- -t Saturending their address to 15. J. Ken-- l.i day. .Mii-rif.itn "jtsohs Lucy Tnwiisoiiil, Sulphur Co. and enclosing a two-ceire lr,,tii c.n.i ,ni ,urnrkorloitLl.clU fur mailing same, is renewed Springs, visited 1,1 Horton and heatamp ' ltrown'r. Iron Itlttci'N r'or a limited period. We trust all ver Dam, Saturday and Sunday. rcbullth the s "torn, nMii1Uctloii,ri.'iiKiMHvx. Mr. T. Snell and wife, gave the ecu uf bilo, uuil cur.'t malaria. U( tdo genuine will avail themselves of tho opportunity of obtaining this valuable young people a dance last Saturday work. To even lover of the Horso night. All lepmt ail enjoyable time. FOIt II.SI'Er.SIA II. T. Thomson will give an ice Lc llroun-- s Iron Illttom. it is indispensable, as it treats in a riijilcl.ini rcommicii'i it. 2(Sth. So cutne simple manner all if the diseases cieain supper the All dcaliri keep It. t.m jcr l.oltlc. Occuine and have a good time. imil crusH'd icil Unci onu ruppcr. ban hich afflict the noble animal, outI.everybody 1. .uuir has purcias.-n tinthroughout p leuomena! sale lis type out fit, and is now prepared to Xturalfilr. l'rtwoii.t states ami Canada, do all kinds of wink, the I lilted . And llicno ttwuUcil ullh nenoiiMicsj retultlnjc makes it standard authoiity. Mention frumcaroor oieruork'vli; be rvllcvtil l tuiclug this paper when sending for "Treat-- is Brown's Iron Hitters. ieuuiB0 but t radc mark lud croMj J red llnw oa rapper. ." Hi.in-l- it I 1 275,000. $Accourifs of Farmlime d'posits licits your iiiisincss Security For Deposits remedy has stood tho test of years, almost generations. c :.tdiune chest is complete without a bottle of M u.siANc Linimi:nt. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. n ."' "'is Ml druggists and dealers have it r ers a Merchants alty. In 'r rest paii! OMtlllieil, 'llll llll iiinlnl in (,r Hum 1: 17 I .11 III I l.plKKlll llll I Iiiiii nit 'M in II It 1.1 f.lll.M ; '11,11 llllllO III) I illli,iti N I 1111 1 en 1 bCtU.il Ml lul imii llctil limn und lir'i,! Mill, , (imI N - J, I i,! ,1 (Mil IiimI u Ml "I II tl tV, H tlt ... 11,11 m, 11 1 M . mil Im ii In (.Hi ni 1, II Ittk I' i.lf.v flfflBY!AH! 3RSE? ;HnwI:pBED'? will fncuhim? M'fgdEspeciallyForECERC1SINGandSpEED1NG, PnoNOUNCED By All HORSEMEN To Be IN does he cvHPTOfis ihUmi il ill It l.l 1.. It ihi'I ,t 11 I'iilHVNo'ruPA6E tt ft ii yiii,'i.r EBSa3KH3SS I tt . Oi . f I nt -- tradi-inut- HsFrMra fiwgwi JHEMOST PERFECT SULKY CART WHAL:-;- . Sc;(;--G;I;-AGENT- USE ! nc v . I WANTED. I -I iLLusaFREP.R JWi?ss?Krgvs?iLM Catalogue I 3V:iV,I fDrl . AWCTlWPZ- y C1R .iA":D, N.Y ROSINE. 17th. The merchants have all brought on a new of goods ami have had an immense trade the lat week. Mi Lota Kiigland and Mi-- 3 Sal-l- ie friends in (Jurley ate May Lini-iville. 250 Tin--: Kccdtns a tonic It Is I'leaMiit U'-'- riirc-- t Malntiii, Imllgrt ttoil.linl JlillUllllllIK .'IlllClltlTSkCipll. 1 u, IIHOWN'S IH1 or t lillilicn Hint lip, ImiiM tuVc I.A111KH ant bullillne IIITTKHS. crtJ, Tjp .Unit Mucr.il"iil Kemrdy eunlUoY. zs It If tcitalti in Its iffccti anl dixs uot blUttr, lUaJjrour U'luwi WEEKLY LOUISVILLE siAND.-.r.- o zu mn Kendall's Spavin Cure. Hoc Ark, Aiik.Si!, W, mull Unl1i the tTrcilt nitUfactlon that! .1 uiutl lallmvi'ci .illlHfultMii.tilUii"t, r .t'i'iic .riiDiiKit'r.iitiii: ii.iHi.,iir,ZMiiia .((tint IiniiirurvH, hiifallfillt l.uiiifiH'i In un Tom I'oiii. It mil lt:iiiifiirunil 14 III ho ttcstthut nil with Kpmlall mif lire. It Mniinfitt fur manor iinI inicewr to nil lior .it rs. hr'P4(liUlInv(U.-rknltiifX ! r. j. r: liTTLU i ; M. S. llagland his stave machine to Mr. Otto one day last Wf ck. Prof. A. Lee licunctt's wife visited him la-- t Saturday and Sunday. Mivei. Ida Itagland.Cinderilhi.llelle Whittinghill and Mers. Ileavrin, Iiiiglaud ami Godsey spent hnt Sunday evening out at Mr. Child's. Mrs. Dr. Wedding is able to be out llrrrnu Swinrr. again. Mill. Oun, I II 1I1 m 11 COMMERCIAL , H -It l Will be sent to any address from now until January 1st, 18!M, for twenty-fiv- e cents. Campaign year is now nt baud; you must keep ported, and the way to do is to read THE COMMKRCIAL-t- he only true Protection and sound in the South. HE 7J for SAMP L E CO V Y cur-lene- y Illii-Jnh- it vtpHstPta it f 'vn I lino IV'trU t hi Hint tt for hpruinM and tit in. Tl icy a ay it ltln'H Jlrul 'n n oin cy tl ut wlttm.it J utirUnliiiontwouM iil. I nreTaluabJo, Wrf Yi WWlt7mN 'rito tho Mnnufncturors, Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., Tor Cntalojjuo and Prioos, I wr uii d. Vuurs truly, JZ. U. ti. WEIX3, I TWIHBRflTHEFi Kendall's Spavin Dn. n. J. t Cure. iikiiii. (inllill W.ij in- Mm ninl fin iini-ll'- i. ihi'i lili', Iii7iin-- -, ati'l nil Hmtoiii4 l'nif in ninl T'n l n Imltli'iit .. A you wil I .Alio: exuinine it careiuilv he sure to subscribe. Address all let- BRYH0P t r- ters and make all checks and orders payable to Post-offic- e Um. LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., Louisville, Ky. Hawthorne's "Letter" and Longfellow's "Evangeline" profusely and finely illustrated, both for only ton cents, post-paiprinted from largo brevier type, on fine super calendered book paper, and specimen pages free to any one, is the latest announcement of .li.liu H. Aldeii, Publisher, TiT IIomi St., New York. One would suppose thuv would Hell by thu million, each woik being a famous author's most famous production. A owe May 14. Farmers aie about done nlT.19 getDPTY yenvnlne yoar.flfnod fkm. tho bet for your money, Kcoiionilze In yourfootwrnr bypurchailnc planting corn. W. I., lloutja sihoen, which reprrarnt lbs O. P. Hrunton and family, Heaver wi'll t "" aikeil, tbouMud iir Dam. visited at G.T. Stewart's Satur3.00 day and Sunday. tinn 42.50 Some of our youngsters went fish1FOR2.00 ing la- -t Saturday evening. They re' HaW C . UOICI port a plcasiut time. $2.50 $2.00 Hev.Mont Hampton will be ordainl.75 ed on the .'list, nist., at Green Hiver FOR BOYS Church. 'n..irnp.-.7w. l.75 Virgil Stewart and wife visited at V. G, Tilford's Saturday and Sunday. .1. I). Oliver and wife paid John II. llai.o and family a visit Saturday und Sunday. CENfLEN. A. L, lioyal will attend the Demo- THE BEST 8HOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. OTIlKIt Ml'EriAI.TIEH In footwear aro of cratic Convention at Hartford the iiimn high Kraile, and repreti'iit a mouey Talus cbarKeu. Sen L. Itoyul anil wife paid I. (J. Koy-1- 1I far ti?)ond the pricesbottom cavh tbat uamo ami prlco are ttnnipnl on of ahoe. K.L. and wife a visit Sunday. 'I'AKHMI MIJIIMT1TI1TE. Y, SELECT. - La ii.' I " limn Vitro, Colo., Dec. 51, 1SW. Co., l::uiUjr.'li I'.illi, VI. tli mrlMI I tri'.iti-- with Keinlall'a n llo lit RiUt 1 ia i ll of suven ) f ars ttaiid 1 irui'.irlynsl.ir.rdui a liuii e; and coinpleti'ljr ctntiiud til. Ijiiumicjii nn 1 rvmnveil th enlargo-men- t. II.ivo lvnrccl ttm lioriie iry barl ver Im-- -, ho never bin li n n any lamenexs neither can 1 kej an if dlffereiieo 1 1 iIim alz' of the hook. Yjuu truly, COOLty. F. I i Cm o -- I'Einiu. JACXGON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. a 6i :J i t ;,J aaa -- j a Seeing Is Believingo" And a good lamp " : ' fc 53.50,1,tl rr x 5.00S ror. R!Sl? aurtoir mich J'rlce Ht rr bottle, or nix botttrs for All tlyui'jtuli Imrr ll or can yrtlt Im to or It fir u, rccelj't will prlcounit the any m by ilrrxr of proprlt' $.". OR. B. J. KENDALL CO., BiSiuk lOpt Enosburoh Falls, Yermcf moo via i co W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE J.. Duiitflaa, Urocktan, Alans. tftft " 2.00irlIPW, ri The a Pittsbuigh Lampone oi iiicscmsmam& ventions tl.at 1 3SS (8N S.'CT, nijiM ri i T RPJ rCV'st TOHOME ' ,.rr.i ' xj'v;?irtH nc, ffi-um. IS THE BEST. OH 6 ALU - m j .. i Sold by I'm I'Ii-i.- I linn li.il.,iiliiirtlii'iit,iiiHiiliiiri , on j HOCKER & TABOR, Ittisino, Ky ipTRcwrStWIKi MAPHIlie CP. OIIKitHr.jJ e"!.ca in.Ti-.V.T;,- i'' Q V- .sw' II. 0 V l r -- iu - tJrK.tSsWtASV(PA ra a n a g e '!", anutin- fi liu-s- 1 1FL seems to to finished. It seems to leach the MK. end ns to goodness of 13m 1 sim must be simple; when jt ir. not simnle it h i'MfllmfiMfa not rood. Sim file. Beautiful, Good these M2$?g2 W aids r.uan much, Imt to s.e " I lie KouK'Sier" '. , will impress the truth more forc.lny. A.l met;!. tough sn searJcsj, r.d ir.atic i.i t.'irrc pieces c:;iggz?fS it is absolutely :afsz.n I t.ni.iwzkail:. I..'.;o A'vidtn'j of ohl, it is indeed a "v.'ond'r lamp." i"tr i s n:r- !vclous ht is purer and i -- n V" I!w!:t( -"softer tha'n electric light and r.'.re c'.i.vrful i"isnci her. wf$ 1 sfo'jf j $y' . . c:t- vk.(r 1 li-- Lri-ht- i.- yss voru I.ooUf.irtlmmnip riKlu-t- ir 31lt i varle'..i i.ociiiitxiii (."! the ill ten r Jil the I stlea )i.U TunltRcmtT'-o i l.il-.v jut. -- !?-. i..-..- 1..1 Hot rn.l I . co., mi tn.f rnir wwi rII .. ..t. u,.j I. t .u.- t : : i.uii.!. .u. i '""? rsT.!:o & i.icihcste" TZZZtXX :, J -. ::c-.- v every way, vxYtmm'v&p and ease of , TtuoMmM-m- lic'ht in TAYLORS g3E!BBtfiae The only care it requires is ment. i. Nilill.) ., M'lijiH'l.lillin A III". SHREVE. Tho farmers appealed to be homewliat discouraged dining the recent raina, but when "l'lituhiis" came forward with a smiling counte nuiico they began to work with the fame indefatigable energy that characterizes our beat citizens. There was preaching at Pleasant We have an Grove last Sunday. able minister. The good people have organized a Sunday School at this place. They realjed the importance of raiing their children to lo,o God and obey IIin lnw. Our merchant, P. A. Moxlcy, new lot of goods last week. Miss Uee Tunstiill visited relatives near Totibey Saturjljiy ;,, and Sunday. Mis Anna Petty mid brother, By- May 11. lamps. CLEVELAND, O. Putting in a new wick is a .'HO Superior Ht. r r ve-- y easy matter indeed. Tin: oi,iii:sr rnortiiiii.ii'iicit in 11 this seems strange to lln- (Jri'in IIMi'r riiniilry im niiililiiir Th: Leading Phctograph:r. llii IoIIohIii); law irlcPH I'liluri's one who knows how trouble-"- lor (In- nt'xl lln niiiiilliti Ui other good lamps are. Oinlo. C11I1I110I l'lltiKiuilis H'J.OO Pictures is Ererj Style and Sue. Oiip.huirilii. " ' I. ,1(1 It is in all the good laiup-t.ireOltl Pictures Coiiicd nml EiiIaiKcd " 'I'liri'O " l.nu Send for a primer. Oai'.liiill ili., turil " ' 1.00 BUGKEYE. -- A SPECIALTY. 111 - ninl mm I I i cut It xc Ciitmrli lUmiily, I'iKc ,vi ii Nu-i- il Injiitni' IkimiI X.,Wii)iiii iirllliu.V Um, MIII.OII'.S 4'OI'UII ami foiiMiiiiill.ni I'iiiii IhmiM I.) iii. nun jjii ir.ilili'i-- . It iiiicneuii- Suhl l) '.. Mliii tl luii' iiiitlin X Um. I1111III1 'utni)i ('iniil. -- hllnli Agents Wanted! A. LOZKIEIl&CO., Wholesale D.mleijs, filling and wiping. iJirt falls out v.'hen the ."hi.miey is i ht ttm&wwviFEVER, BILI0USNE5S, g F0R CW18.S & hI U& E M0. I'liini l.j jlaifc I Jteitlw, taken off, not into pocket as in other central-draug- Mil 'r3 .?: PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS CENTS . FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. RICHARWON-TAYLC- 1PREPARE0BY R MED.CO. ST.LOUIS iMEii'Smi E OINiMEM s. Oin- - ' Tnolliil,ii(ii lu Om ' " iss " Anil lliiinl, liiillrry In lliet'il)- ulii-llnl mh nri iiiiulr, 4'nll nml nit inc. r iliilxy " 1.00 1034 Main Street. t Pa. PlYTSIlURCIl OlMSS Co. 0 WENSUOJiO, KY A. lliirrlx, .In &-REE- il.lH(Ji; W. .MATII1S, N I Ulo.tliiln reel, 3ry. Ailrer. leura. HARRIS D, , CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A 1SAKHKKS. THIS PAPER ft the NewHpajMir tlnlnirAKiney of It on fll.lnPhlladelphU W.W.AVKKASOH our uuuioruvu runax Opposite Snlzor anil near Cloverport Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. rnniirniciuuDsu.t.Tui.onuhu. SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ID yonro as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. cu Orcana strcuirlbcncd nuJ eiilarccd. liom Blnpi'LU, J.UA1 JUIIUIIUUU varlciHcle, weak linck, lost of memory, dlzzlncn, rervoiiiies'i, wenkm-turi'il by tho I'cnn 5'lly Ili'iiKHlloN, fl.0Orlint: fix ImxtBlur p.ea. A written Riiamntco of niro with every III hoici. Feml Hump lor pnrtloulan In tlio w EAI AMD UNDEVELOPED W&S&P' r "far bT.wiis. vr.yx SOU .hianv, mi:ihai. MortU ficcouil htrccl, I'lillu,, Va. "ity