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Wo tiro well suiiliu(l witli tliuturvliuHtiimturiiil mid liav o in our omi jtloy n.i yood worktiiun ii.s can Iiii found. l'rii'usiiMMiiinlilu. tf'aC flM RIM -- The Haetdrd Eepublican. XT, & SUBSCRIBE roii iii BARNSTT, Publisher!. ornciAL organ or the party k tce fourth cqmp.e.l REPUBLICAN $1.25 per year. r district. .SMS SU. Pir Annan, In Aiutct, rnMt I Mrs mm in Knti SV. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. NO. 45. Stale Directory iioiiniur M ' V A.lnim IJ.ml.il In.lilnr ' Tr..iiin-- r l.m Hfl.i' ll.Ki.KTnr S t't itit.'l.ir.. 111 M W .1 Mull' .. . IV iii l'..Mi..r.l K. illi) llfiiJri.k ."iifllifi" ' ' " linn HiiiMlIuli 4 Ailj.itiii.t Hi in in hnpt. m, j Pi.IOIi- - ImlnnlliMi , ' '""" I! I' 'llmii.'iii. Ailil mi'. e I! ".II IE suul PllOFESitlOXA I. CA LARGEST CLOTHING In The Green River Country. t , I'tiklli I'llnl. r I'.li..iiliiini P$E We buy for :. A'lTOIJXKV HAUTFOIMJ, AT LAW, J. ii. - - KKN'irCKY. b, Jl. ntrw. .rii.'iii. UAUTFOIU), KY. (. Hike, nt i r Amli rtou'n It 17.1 ir.) ImmIIiIi,. inxil o Will iriiitli lliilr i.liioiiiiil U'ljfiiiiiiitfroiiiiti.i., Mill riiiir(i)rA'HHf iiu.Ik'. m.J hl'tcial nit. ntion yitii. In miiiiiiihI irri.iui. Cir.ull Cm.il iMinm- n- lln llli .Vi.illlliel. Jinlke Ailnrii.) I'li.ii.iiii.iH.Klil. .11.1 lllll O II Iii.Mh) u.illritluni, iniij U.r, ulilln'linlll. I (""' ''"""" Itnwi.l. ::."",,!' Mil,, ii'k '..',,",v I.l'l.ttl"- - James Will Tni lli' Snaitli, Attorney at Law, J&- -. ,Allium) I, f j, fl.irifl....'. HAKTFOKD. KY. i J.il.r I ulitli'iilitilii-- . the I'l .Mimi'Iii) III ;l'iiii'ii .mil iiii. Iilh .I'.;'''"1"1 ' I -- z?3mS& - A., 'it' In Jiu.u.ry, mill rniHriii r iIik .Inl Mmii-Ii.- ) . til, Jul) Binl u I"l r. Clalw-s- u Csu:'. cf Monde) In Ocl..lr ..ml Cmitl IkIii III.- Isiitiur). r It .&F&&(, .lhr ' Intoiintio., niul tlic rourl of ntt.ilion rtivt'i. I.'tolti.'liunn. Olliou north public li'n prof. hkIoii In (Him hm.I n.lj.iin. AppPHli, hprcift tUri'. VI 7lf K.Ii.HUFI'r. G-VLff-r Ss Elngo, H. D.KINliO, uj Jll.tli e' l(. iii.II In ml II, i. .I " i .ii. V l.ini.r, t; 4,1, 4, I, I. .Mi'MiliIi, II W rii)iirimilnl'lf. .ST. M.um, I'., -I'-- , 't , 1.1 ill 1I.1I1 Mull h, J .l lllli-- . hi pl III', t llif limn ". We Carry the LARGEST, FINEST RKST STOCK for the S.m ' Ii'--, . ' , ,, OiToiiKi siicn a urniiu , llnvo. vim ennsiriiTwI sirrt-h.- ' il is til., ; ij.ii in (l.li. (.1 W . I ; Imi'h, HIImiii, l.'ll'lill'll-- ii, r.ii. ii. . f.. unlit.. iIM.Ik Mtll.r, , I, I, I, I. 1 iu.ii.Ui-I, --', --', I our 11 Hid'i-pribJ-- . mnl our 7Ali advaiu-iiii- j.hi s our Sloru lias CASH ONLY Attorneys at Law. lor J, Will prjitl'-- in nil 1 nil. In uf Ulno ..iiili.'ljoint.ig loiinllc, ami in hup. rmr Court 11ml Court nf,p. Cnlln tii'iK iiii'J nil Ivpil liiifiiin ninli-I . mIh. to. Olrlo.. Nu. 11. iiiiltrfun'M ILik.nr. llf,rt. . I.')-- our' w...it.hhur nj lMisiiii',s? mid consequently orr WE buy CHEAPER Than those who have to buy on till I'lijlirimi'Ml'lt. Hi Minimi... i 111 (.11 iit 1! r.ikf.iir. Iw.im. if I !!, ..i-'- i lll..)iul llMi.blr. I.', II, II, II I. I't.lk. II. II, II, II. iri-.i- . Uii-hI- ...ler, mi. II, 7, ', I; ., 7, 7. - will paj.ycni toronsidrr. and to arlas-olijcr- nvv aclinl '. Perry Westerfield KcRToiaiD, ATIORNEY AT LAW, 2s:-2-. Ii. II Hm.i' i'iiIiI..I I. . 11)11, I'.NN lilt-I'Mill.T.'.'i.-liil'l.. W tur .11, Ii', V. . almost Money. lid Imiv iVom the CREDIT. I'ullrc t'.il.rl. IImiii I lnu.-J- I C 1. i,.u.iiiu--.- i ll.Hlftllftl. lktll'llH-- W iiimoImI. .l" lilKII'l.1.-Xltl- b"i"lin1, "'C'.ii.- '- N lull, i'U', - I' 'l.")l"r, luni.l. I.i'li I ' W limiil, r.'iiiiiiit, .Hiii."ii,iiiii. . Ji Mil I. II.Ul.lH". III I' jllli'. ... ,. ll.HI.lll", .' tll'Kil.l, I. I" Jlll.l', Oltlr.-r-"- . TRADE PALACE! OUR GIOTTO: (Ulhop In L'r.xili r IluilUinv.) Will pr.ictloi-Iii- i prn'c"ion Ii nil Hip Ohio iimi iitli'iiiiin,; ii.nuli.fi. Rosine, I5Ly . Al.t :MT. ATTORNEY Attorney at Law, r.inrNnf i.'n.'lljf 1'llbllc .ilt.rj Xj. H&avriaa., AT LAW, Will pnu tliolil-- i ptufii-'iiiin nil I In- - Cmirl. ul Ohio nnil mljulnlng onintiri., nml In tlir Court ol Hartford, Ky, pK oierwinl nllinlioii Hp ultt-l IiiumIIm-Hi'Ii. oilii'r t.M.iily "nr.).'r ?.'lt'H. blip. tl. Irli'.l lit . rmn r Office, U tlliiiins, A Co, ilr.ig.lnfr. t.."".T ...J... c I II WII..111 W II i I.I.UIP llrn.lli) I'.rri'il ililnl.iii.l n .11, i:. I l.iir'li.N!tiilli.--iril ' ruitl.S.ni.l.) inrxrli nimilli HlJMllfM'li.j.1 J 1) niiiriiini:. Il". I'.. I.. v.iMm'I, i.'i) P.ti.l'it'iiir ' J " l!i lu- -l fniitlli . IS lliiirrli.-vni- i'i All Ul Ill rti llM.MI.tll. Sul4k,tlfNl.lH Ml" Il'l II" k ' vt.i) rtiinlH) nmn.11.il. Kir.ti. U. M iMml -- .... r (ii'l .11. II. ."rii.ii. . p.uUi.li .Ujri.iMiiui.k'i.i.'liiu'ii. i.i.irHiiii!ni'i,ti'L, i lliipllxl liurt'li. itih' hikI iiil. ".llr.ill.'l..il Ci Ipiiuii. MIII.I.)r. I'a-- I' -- "K""..'! A.lnr-.l- riI QUICK SALES mid hi spite of the weather, our Spring" Trade in i lothing-- Dry Goods, Hats and Shoes lias been splendid, so that we have been , 0(JR MOTTO: QUICK SALES z vrsfY SHi- - - j flmrrli. 1 l.'ulii. r. 111.1... tl.li.1 -- u.i.Ij) ,1 llnplUl. I...II ..nil! "ii'l tMrlitl. !:. J J iMiii.ig I'li'liir. .r.i.- r,r"l ....I tiUwth.MliMiil nml.1. -- LOlunJJlJ miAiiirii 1VVJ 1 - and compelled to buy four stocks in one season. Our competitors are wondering why we have, every day, a wagon load of new Goods SMALL PROFITS. coining to us. They say business is dull with them. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is irojmred to do all kintla of Duutul work at ruasonublo jiricns. A. J. SLATON, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, KdriiH-rl) lieW, l"iii-r- urTi-r- (ir.i)i-ui- , i (Mia hi I,viuIi. of Milluooil, lw Iiu timrcMiuiml mhiuiW llir pivpl. unJ HilJaliiiiicuiMtici-- . Olliva in rr Dr. IIiiJuu praptrlv.) Ml; SECIIET ORDERS. iu:rwi:i:x LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET n:oM 11 Sleeping Cars, ami tii iiiii:.iiiii .i:vHi.r.A.vr. vi tin Mrli.l.l. The Quick and Desirable Route o.n '1 ""l inilAffl FINE, FINE, And never was any better with iis. Cfu-ri- . ol Mnxuflt Ci.mp, N'o. 115, Kentucky, incctHiit Ui.rtloril,K).,i'Cv'niturjH7 In i I. mi'lith nt I . . Sons cf Veterans. O. M. Ja. I.. Iliivti, Strut mil. C3-- . Iu.mti, JZZ. Ci. pin in. jA.. I'unl, It is clear to everybody we do the Business in the county. We J. W.i.(lu.ttLL Ki t'ltii It) , ini'cti. r. h,, In nil) Cuitrl-lluiK- No. 8, In piirlxinil o lliittl Hi.tnr.li.) tit I o'clock I.iitilitii lit, Ky. only handle H.A..MlJ:uibi,Aij. P. S. Ilm st, Coin. '10 AND 1KO.M Yiirk I'h.lui'. Ipliiii Ilnltlnn.ro N.Wh.IiImIiiii N'irliilk IHiJ I'.iint ro'iilntl - l'Hi.roi Mnrr.'V I'o.t No. ni.ct. eierv Siit.inl hiin.ljy lit lUllM.Kk lliirtfoul, Ky. .1. M. Ili.uur, AilJ. 4, y 111 ol Inluro the iiiid A. M, Ki.'liui.uiil Till.-Ii llml',.1" CI.'Vul.ii.l ('!.!( ir .ii.ll'.ni.l'iil"' l.oiii-i!l J.C. CiuxiaiuiN, I'. C. Custom nod Nurthoastorn Points , irK Jt."i i:iK" him Muiniiiiij Y"-k'- And sell them at such Low Prices that the Judge of Goods is bound to buy, is bound to be satisfied and bound to return for some other trade. ' Nfw I,iini,Him iihil lln Si'llM' imil SOUTH WKriT. i tliori.tiRl.ly Mi.miiiil iimi i" Tin- Hi ti.lltiiin, MiiiliniMi.'Miii i'xiul Itr.t clii Intit itrriingi'ini'iit i llwuuiul llii.nnli ciir A KICATUIOC i lllf lillll' mil' ClUIM'llll'lll'U , twuriHl hy lliu I.iiiilltil i)si.Y a xioin' iilliB betttn!' IiuiiUilllo Kxiin-wTraliu- .ir!ii," iim nu II i Wo.t Ti'iiiu'' tu 'J'tiK Arl.iii4 .Ml.'i't'l'l'l i)ilp.iti Jliii'lU" ,,,il,u ,t,"k ffim KwSii6 Ueeonuicudel the Ht)f t. Hi IX We invite everybody to come and look over our immense line of Goods, price them and compare Quality and Price with our competitors' goods, and we are sure thai those few, who go and buy somewhere coming to try us and stay with us. 2,500 Mens' Suits, from else, are L Mis, Plymouth Co., In., My, 18W. I iufleiMl (rota tomporuy .leepUmueii from orerwork (or two yean, (or which 1 uaal Futor KotnlK' Nervs Tonlo, and can rvcouimend now. ai too belt uiedlclue (or iluillar trouble. V. 110HN110EST. mill Hi.tl tliv li.-.- l urvlr.i tHiiwcnii II. u tw j cltifK 1.11.I nil Hon .nro'l rl.y ..pl)liiit " Km. 1, or Aicriilul Hint Mi'iiiilil. jr i.llVrcil. '':lri,'l.r;ini;; W.H.PioulT.Gen'l Pas. A?t..LouisTiUe. .01llNVII.I.t:,KT. .' We offer for inspection 1,(500 Kv, 3.00 to 830.00. RoySjChildren's Suits from $1.00 to18.00. to-da- I.IIVIII A TUX. It. II. & IJSiiiii, St. Lii Tti .....-ii ailway. IOI, .Nu,.l, i'.iii)i 1,800 pair of ladies and men shoes. 1,200 pair of Pants, from 50c to $8.00. Dress goods, Parasols, Umbrellas, C urtains, and ever so many more articles, which we can't mention y m'i;ihm,i: in wKsnioiiMi. ,T. ,llllilll' nv. i. iimi). "H5"- beiMe UliaieK and raving, and ueoded continual 'a watching. At tnl. time 1 learned t( Potior Nerve Tonia and at onoe ordered a bottle I bad gtvtin blm the aecoud dote be (ell after Into a quiet sleep anil ceased raving. The next day be much butter, and vb.n be bad used up the contents o( the bottle be was entirely reHtEU UKltUKWKH. stored and ll to atllL A Valuable llook en Nerrooi Ill0Uf.O4 sunt ireo to our luurei .ml poor imtlouU) csh )m nbiala this uioillcluo free of ilmriie. TWs remedy hss liesu jprapsred by the lX.vir.nJ ( Fort Ws.iie, lnd since VHt, and KihuIk. iotfirei.iMd uudorhu dlroctlou by t&e about a year ago, my ion Owliitf to a wan thrown from a wagon and aeverely hurt about the Lead. For niany day. be a cntir.ly runuy Cumt, Tccn., Octotwr, lWa u FREE i.ll'lllKll Wi irliit-.Drum!. i.l.iirtf,..n.. IrvlnKtmi M r.ir'l u.'.till UhUhi Ar. ' Ii.;.1 y, til. mil 11. in- - 7;.'lip. 11. u,l" " '" (.117 p. in, mil 11. in. 6:17 p. in. Iililu. III. !.H p. III. Ou.ii.l'Uiu Upollillll.' lliuili!" KVHTIWU'M'. IO.Un.111. U.I.I p. Hill u. 111, pi in p. II: tt 11. 111. lii.ll p. i: lb p. ill. Hill p. HI. II.Vi p l:S.i. in. W'.llH. III. til, III. III. III. III. l;ili. S...W, "n.i7m, l'".l. U.i'y 7il5 ... 111. .1: I.i. linn), rJiHilLvllli' o.i..-..r- n Hi. ' hi, p. in, 4:ilp. in, lip, Bring us your Wool, Ginseng, Beeswax, etc., and receive the highest market price for same. WORMS! IRespeotfHjLll, WHITE'S CREAK B0RUQC1ITITT. KOENIQ MED, CO., Chicago, III. Sold by UrugKitUntai per Dottle. CbrlS rarse ttlze. M3. 0 UotUes fer 0. BIITUqClUTT. I.n..il lluwi.wll. I'ldvorport Mlpil.ri.HMirl Mi'ip. 111, li.Hii.ni. t: m p. in' ".nuii.in, Hi ill VERM1MGE n, 11. 1.1. rii.jtt.in Iir.uiilii.linrtc Went 1'iiiiil Ar. IniillH No. "l Hi "!."' P. wil "" 1" -- (i H i '" 111. 11. 111. p in, U.I I p. Ill, 7.H.'. p. 111, 7;.lp. in. B .''7 K . p. III, UHip. Ill, II'. IHi lull'" "H Lniili-vll- lc, Irvlniilon (fcnil) fi-.'pl'II. H.i Mi'i ll.tr Pi.f'rir Jt t ln.iiiut. Kr r.'inlif li.r.riiii.lf.ni, fc.l.lr. II. C, MOIIIU'K, lit 11. IVr Au'l. ljiiioilU', K). Tiiiii u "ul" Him t '! Bitowws mow nrrrniuj almwao For IMtJ and guucrul Ole lluudrr.) lleclyee for liinlc-ldell10i Csnuly lwu.lyAnU illl If y ilorc dl. mdt.jA.M" ZEaToprietor - HARTFORD TRADE PALACE Has led all Worm Remedies. FOR 20 YEARS 9 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ,' SOLD EVKItYWHEItE.st. tot lit. mvutuwoi'tntuii ni. to,, Wnln. UHiousjiUk. It cures ai medicine FO THE i Malaria. l-- D, b- duTMtlou ana 1 In ieauliw. ihok r Kpr ado all dealer! jBniji nuiiiiii UHi;u.l..V., lout palu. at bou. with rBJCM. BXbKWU ar.UMta,UB. otucelOlKWalleuaUlt, U.U.H OOI.LKV.M.U. Book of par. .A'-tf- a " i Hartford Republican rtmt.ifciiia i:vi:itv pmiuy mokximi. .III. II. IIOfJI'.HV V. St. IIAII5I.1T 1 THE3 XrS7S70 GrUJEJ -- A-T LEI OJP n.3E3ITJ33IaXO jLJXTX&2K. mnxxz; - ;nillltllllll)E!lll!llllllHI1I M'lltltlf " T Uff s,nW ' v' tf , 7 .. li 'MliluVW) S7 .;'..'V?'4j mi a a -f- iu .- I .MUlIlm III! t, y ' ri 1 "vL'i: (lll(lti)rt iiMi-ily- , r'r xmm Kami, hoiua ! Lit R.'jEvsm Mil. nrjii..yo-Seu)ltailti- J. I. (Vine, IMitOi mill Proprietor. 1802. uf tuo j earn hUuhIImk, ltli lliiuoulipllutllouaor tvr) I.iiumm Jruo WI.,.h)ii "Alurlrjlnif iiinowMl u larve lluncli Iruiu a J tur ulu Ully. ! C FRIDAY, JUNE 10, QUINN'S OINTMENT nijilhct)otprcrrntlmi f. 1 Wchtnc hunitrr ill 7J!IIHtf.tC K ilovrt c 1 I : Republican Ticket. t'OIt NIIKKIt-- liAAesveruiedor heard I It loull UurMnicn." 5 such ittttmonlalt Clayton L. Woodward. Soptiuius T. Stovons. foii ci u hit m:kk, iifBfAniiiiiniinmiiinioiii .siis.s:ssi .isiii..4iiiini.aiiiii . A.k vour.lruiiifUtlurlt. Kliti not Kitp a Mfpau. J.c. utniHur t irr. ftrtrlnUrfx. II11Y .V CO., Wl Ui'liall, N. X. rlintilt. sue "B V !? hi r nvir a ua nxzi-- n :ts- C'C-- 3 C 5 9 VrH'V n'l'B'B Tin: hardest wish vvc linve for the most delinquent of delinquent is that he might have to per anihulato over the plank walks of Hartford as our citizens of iieccity WHV dO.VOB C3Q3IS73 Do you know that u little eolith ii u danjoroua 3 K a jou uw aie that It otteu fastcni ou tlio lungs nnd far loo of ton runs iutoCoiisumitIou and 2 euJs in Diatb l'is)i)lo mifTei intf from Asthma, Bronchi tin, 1'neumoufa and Coiuuuiptiou Will allh tell you that thing i i iiiut do. F E Citovvi:, with his brother, lie v. .Tin). M. CioWe, ha established the Melhodiet Advocate at Sikc-tui- t, Mo. I'd. i a brainy young fellow, and is achieving cucee?s in his new Held. well-ineril- Er. 1. "Tin: eighth and greatest wonder uf the world," is what the World's Fair buildings and grounds, even in their present incomplete condition, uie pronounced by Major Woods, Executive Commissioner of the Con necticut World's Fair Board. for CourIis, Colih nnd Consumption is bevond question the createst of nil llodcrn IteniedleH.' It will Mnn n Coiiuh in inn. nit-liIt ill r"a.l (. aday. It will piereut Croup, lelievo Aitlmm and cure I'oiiMimptiim if taken in time. " Vou can't nlTortl to be without k." A i!Si n. klw,iil,. nmr t . .,. in f $100V. Doetoi s billrt mayKivo ourlif! Ask oiir iIiiiri;!--- ! for. ft, or win! Pto H. HooKFitilfii., It! V,t Jlnu av, VcW Voik, for Ih-BBUBBBBBa Bil I B I I 9 II I O I I a II k 9 I Biti Z. 1 ljf t. ..-.- DR. ACKER'S i wAiiiiW Stialf'iiT'BMHhJ vc fi with so Herimun matter t Are vou uwaio that iiuiniiiLuniiiiNUULU. Can you nffonl to neslis!t It! Cn you trifle 1 ENGLISH REMEDYS ITQTlDTCnUflTU OfH n - n r -- IIknkv P. Cin:Ti!.M, the colored Beprcsetitativc from North Carolina and the only one in the House, in pleading for the appropiiation for a negro exhibit at the Woild's Fair, made about the best five minute Hut, of course, (speech of the fcCnsiuii. the Democratic House declined to pass the appropriation. An establishment has been incor-potat- ed in Ohio fur the manufacture of buttons. If you hear anything about this in Democratic newspapers it wiil bo coupled with the abortion that it is started for campaign purposes. But, as the incorpoiation lee in OhioN a per cent, on the capital stock, it cots money to incorporate an enterprise, and is not done for fun. A whom: day of last week was consumed by the House trying to couect a Democratic speech;a speech never made on the floor of the House, but lugged into record under the permission "to print." Even then it did not succeed in accomplishing the feat. The cost of the time consnin ed in this abortive proceeding was something more than So, 000. Inefficient stupidity, thy name is Tin: town trustees are about applying for a patent on the plank walks in certain paits of town. It is not certain to what member the honor of the invention w due, or whether it the fui it of a great mental effort on the part of the whole board in legnlarses-fcion- , but iillicc it to say tiiat it is to be known, as the Combined Neck-bieakand and willnnlybc ued in towns wheie the people aic very foi hearing like our people ai e, for such machine-would not be tolerated anywhere else in the whole w oi Id save -Sliin-skiner &f r-rS? K5-- -t F si- - Vt -- &4Zz& James G. Blainh. As the mattei stood yesterday Benjamin The Minneapolis Convention is on, Harrison. rather in Harrison's favor, ?:T.'. ..., fw 3&k Mil a , v T 4f:asaa, $J lMHn HJB" s s )3M - with these two the principal cnnteitunta, with a probability for a daik linisc. iWUMS lUi;;,,c the chances were but nothing definite can now be determined. R fofQH!LLS,MAUIA fls pleasant a5lmr Syr up. I N o llartfoid is added to the Hartfoid, the thought that theie are nt home that at least a few thing need attention as well as those far it way. A town with all the advantages which our own loved Hartford intelligence, refinement, possesses, wealth, cdueaiioual advantages would seem to merit, at least in a modorato licence, the conveniences common In a town of its i.c. But fate, or some- to nave bod) else, seems in this ca-decided otherwise. The walks on certain streets arc a di.graee to the town and an insu't to our tax payors. If there is no money to build them, better go in debt than not have them at all. Hartford is not bankrupt she can and will pay her honet debts, but her people do demand piotection for life and limb when on the street, but this they can not have in some portions of town, owing to the terriThoy aie ble conditio!) of the walks absolutely dangerous in broad, open day, to say nothing of night. It will be lemembered that not many weeks ago a young lady was crippled on the miserable walks while going to and the only wonder is that moio people have not been crippled. In some places these walks have become so worthless, and so trcacheious that they hate had to be thrown out of the way, and the citizens aie compelled to take the ground lot it, notwithstanding the :.tin and hen will mud of the whole spiiug. We leckou the it he lemedicd.' The good city proper nner is, dads only know. e, prayer-meeting; McHcnry comes tomorrow, and the for deliberate action and a patriotic and wise choice, by the reat assem thin! game of hall between that team bly aow com eiuur. 1 h.it Benjamin and Hartford will be played. It is to Harrison may liu tlM'r choice is tho he hoped a ijiiict game liko tho one M. A wish of at Mollemy will bo had, but with the BEAVER DAM. result just a little different. Juno 7. Mrs. Alberta Murray Troutman, of Oivensboro. .'isited her sister, Mrs. Duck Hudson of this neighborhood, last neelc. While hero she was visited by )iiito a number uf her former students and friends. It will be remembered that she was a 1 very popular teacher in the Liberty neighborhood nine years ago. Tames I'ovner. of this nlaee. re turned fiom Chicago, nlierc he had ' lllOre iieen intending a school ol pliarmaciy. Tracy will also handle the best Hay 1 Rake made. I 4 Tax Notice! ' To Our Subscribers. The .special announcement which appeared in our columns pome time since, announcing a special arranu-- t nieiit with Dr. 15. .1. Kundnll Co., of Euosburtf Falls, Yt., publishers of "A Treatiso on the Horse and His I )ie,ises,"v hereby our subscribers enabled to obtain a copy of t)lilt v;1iw.aio work tr i'o of charj'o h se,"''"ir their address to H. .f. Ixen- ( C. Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and unpaid and as have oecn ueiajea in me Collection ior tliail GO dayS by the 8 I eg'lSiatlllC, 111 1 WZ whMMou hear your neighbor! talking TAJLJLe.X V. r',''lt " Grove's. To get thc original r and vrcnuine Tasteless Chill Toric, at ways nsk J GROVK'-ifor nnd don't accept ilie np, untried fohstitutes, clsininr to K just as uood. C'oye's TaM.-lChillTonfc hol.ls full 6 ois. and col wins 48 lloties, wiiiic nmnj- in uic new, iturieu t..MeIcsi! tonics onlv hold 1', on, an. cotitai 11s Imt to thirtv .Iofcs. r.rovrN Tonic is is large as anv dol. ro i"- -. Maiiiifmtuii-i- t l.v 1'AllJS ,u x.u.nrAj , tit. J.oui., .M. . Snlil lty ull Drut'lJliitH. JL , e 1 1 L4 IT "AA VJIff J' tvventy-four THirT'Miri J T 4y Jill LPJI L II cir r r t' II that thc Tastclcs Chill Tonic which hat Kivru pucIi uiiivcrtil ntisf.tion, and ...ii.. fr..w5v-w?VJ1y.(.',.i''.,- , ' , flll .1 Republican Speaking. Kev. K. M, McMillin, of Lebanon, e Ivy., will adilress the people of county at theCourt House in Hnrdinsbtirg on Monthly the 20th, inst.,ou'the )olitical isues of the day, liepublicau standpoint. tjttm a Speaking to c'oinineiiee at the Mr, Mctime for public speakieg. Millin is a gittetl and eloquent speaker, let the public come out uud hear him. Hieck-enriedg- T Resolutions Jury. of tho m Grand dune '. Xo little excitement was time, howeter, it is close to home, Hav-in- g G d . created ontesterdav by tho wreck anil l(i:i'Uiii.i(MX unit n copy no fidently reccommend for their stilt I hence ci eated gieater excitement to the bereaved family. . N.li. "l." iieir South on the O. than tho-- e of a similar nature faither Carrollton. A Colored Excursion Done by order of the Grand Jury STYLE and DURABILITY, as away. On .Sunday morning a train leaving Owonslioio collided June '2, 1S(J2. IMI.Cooi'Wj.Com. Call and well as cheapness. Passenger and train f 'loin and an ex- with .111 limii' Haui's young daughter.Miss see them. clusion from Owensboio collided near several lives wore lost, as woll as a number injured. A locomotive was Jcssamy Haite, will make her literal y IIOCKEK & C(). South Carrollton.litcially ruining both sent out with physicians from this tlebut in the July Ladies' Homo Join-na- l wit') a most eutei tabling descriptrail's, killing five passenger'" and place at once, but no ti.iiu could ho Adiron-dacks,- " The wounding twenty live otheis. till tl 10 arriv.il ol tho Palis tion of ''Camp Life in the headaches, For billiousuess, in which it is claimed every whole loss of life and propeity is due of Bough from Fordsville. It redizinoss, constipation, sleepevidence shows itself of inherited litp. in. bearing not a jolh to the mistake in lcgard to when the turned at those evi- lessness, the blues, scrofula, tho of Excursionist, but a train erary tendencies not unlike change in the time table took effect crowd denced in Hret Hai to's earlier work. blood and all skin eruptions Dr. and the iashncs of the conductor on load of frightened people, thankful Miss Harte is a girl still iu her teens, th.it so many escape a horrible W. T. McKENNEY, and has artistic as well as liteiury Fe liner's Hlood and Liver remedy the excursion. Ho attempted, we death. All of tho colored populaami Nerve Tonic never fails. WarA learn, to run from Island to South tion of tho citt, not aboard tho train pioclivities, as one of the illustrations accompanying her first articlo shows. ranted to satisfy or money refunded. Carroll ton, a distance of nine miles, wore feathered at tho depot, anxiousBEAVER DAM, KY. IMt. ly waiting its arrival and tho scene in seven minutes, when he was warnFORDSVILLE. Vill bo in his ofiicc irom the first of tumult and t.tmcutin" then liro- ed not to do it, and when he knew the June l. Miss Maudie Ilosson, of M to the 15th of each month. ) other train was dashing down in his son ted uiiirht bo imagined a nijlit Louisville, has been visiting friends i. I' IUhSAi.i., Wirt, Jm. 11. IIuiik., Ca.lilir over Hank. All work guaranin tho "Koijni of Terrors" though no and relatives at this place. direction. We understand that ho blood-thirs- ty Dealer in Horses, neius, Carriajros, I,1(1 Carts, Ow teed. Prices reasonable. voiiijani e, or relentless Wagonn. .Miss Ulive Howard is visiting near pleaded for poison to end his life wetorire iiiocici mo way, vol tno "Saddlo or Harnoss Morses foralo or hire at all tinies.-- j Philpot. Of tho Condition of tho when ho -- aw the fruit of his reckless-ne-s- . passing of tho wagons in tho inoon-li'- ht Many friends await the return of pas Alva .Jones from the Kentucky School is estimated that $200,000 lieariuir their oior-sjloit senders, nnjjlit have Iieen taken, in of Medicine. I am glad to lepoit that will not pay the ewpeme of the coin-pathu biirfiu eiowil for tho dreaded he has won the title of M. D. d in coiiseipieuce of Tumbrels tn.inir tho victims of I, a Mrs. Alice Castcel and V. H. Marthe wieck. so Guillotine to tho jiavo. After tin have just returned from J.ouUvillo was ended the ciowd turned wheio they have been to attend the sesDOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST FitOM the Herald' insinuations one towards the City, no funeral cf their father. its foot-stowould bo led to believe that the quill-driv- er doubt many of them with a lasting im At the Close of Business Mr. Charles Wade and Miss MagMaApril 23, 1892. for that sheet is glad that the pression of one N1111I.13 s oxcursion. gie Johnson were married at the less The Comuieiii'eiiieut exorcises of idence of the bride's father, near town violators of law in Haitford have es(hvunsboro I'uuuilo College, bu-'- in yestciday. Such a the caped without indictment. The exercise will be Ilorso-shoein- oAnother hotel is being erected at ji KKSOUUCKS. feeling is fully in keeping with this hold 111 College Chapel. The anthis place. Kordsville will once 111010 Notes and Hills ?.')0,288.fil abettor, defender, colleague and co- nual address to the students was don iu general appearance. Heal Kstato .'1,000.00 Statement of the Condition hort of this disorderly clement in our delivered by Dr.J.G. How, of LouisThe new railroad is being located Furniture and Fixtures. . l.iiOO.OO ville, at the" first H.mtist Church last and work will begin soon. or Tin: midst. Now, the truth is, and he f)02.!)7 Kxpeuses Paid A sanctified lady gave a temperance Cash on I In n d and other knows it, that the Grand .Jury was iiiht. The City Hiirli School held in no Commencoiiiout, as a Hall of suf lecture at Poplar Grove on the 1st OK Hanks completely disgusted with the gros ficiont sio could not bo secured, Owing to the inclemency of tho weathperjury of those complicated in the 'I'hirty two er tho attendance was very small. ymuijj ladies and 884,027.5'J .11 II rill At lll i'lUMC Ol IlllNllK-HH- , lilinil Tiger business, nnd that to this I will submit to the nailers of tho took their diploui.is. Tim ID, isirj, ami Mibnilllril lo llio UAHILITIES. HiTUiu.ic.vN a question which was is to be attributed the failure to make five MiikiiH' hii'hiist of the irr.idut Nlm'kliulilor'it .iK'Pllii); Capital Stock 825,000.00 .lliircli ill, IHD'J. indictments and n.it that there is no tin class woro; Misses Anna DelKer, proposed to mo some lime ago: If it Reserve 802.ni was possible for a tiain to run at can The editor of tho Nannie Terrill, llihla Iluilbron, Ce-l- ia non-baviolation of law, 2,2.r)0.00 speed and a cannon being Surplus (iillilaud and Omii Smith. Jferald knows as well as anyone that placed on it muzJo back is fired, what Inlcrc-- t nnd Kvcliange. . . . 1, 100.40 UESOUJKJKS. J. A. Howe and wife, of lliir Sill, itjii-l.iiithese violations ei-- t and thoy also ily Tonn., but formerly of Hartford, will become of the ball'.' If the mu.lo Deposit Account 8."0,.J0.fi2 :!()(), ;i;i Bills discounted Dueotlici Hanks is placed forward then what will know that did the law and order elevisited friends in Owensboio List Kealestato 3,000.00 of it? ment of society know the minutiiu nt week. S8,027..r)!) Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Hoping to sco the ipiuiou of many V, . Court is in si's, ion ami no the-- o violations, tho offenders would bo 1,311.67 ROOMY, Jtni'Uii-i.ii'A- N In submitting thin no beg testate Bonds doubt soiiiu of the worthy "news on the above and wishing tho iu suit 74:1.54 Hut bo long as biought to justice. I reniuiu n silent tbat our business lias steadily grown Debts success, dealers'' who so delicately hinted at Expenses paid 3G3.59 friend. each month sinco our opening, and Cash W. C. these violators and their henchmen tho dark doiuj's of those in posses r,f)2(..97 in safe by the most careful, vvatclii'ulnt'M and swear lies, and are pandered to by a pa- sion of tho "spoils" ant already Cash in other banks 38,002.32 n strict observance ofthe principles of per, that claims to bo tho only "ie!ia-bio- " sharpening their pencils for the woeful the most cou&eivativo Banking, wo 8110,037.01 paper in the county, who is sur- tales of fraud th'iy pioinisod tho hope not only to extend our acquaint', LIABILITIES. prised that indictments aic not found public. Amunir those in attendance mice, but 1 prove ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberal- Capital stock and that thoy continue to break tho from Ohio vouiityuie Captj Wood $30,000,00 Tinsloy and C. 'R?. Campbell. In- Deposits ly reposed in tin. 75,553.0.r) law? tenso eVcitetnont clmracteries tho Wc ara hero to accommodate the Due other Banks 40.37' Vr Send for catalogue of politic d feelings of thobody now, and 4.00 people, each nnd every business, Divideiitls'uiipaid our full line of two aud Amid all the wiangling ilicusion, as a thuiidersbolt, camu tlioannouiico- sr.au do oxicutieii 10 uiein, rrolit mill loss work. coin icsy I over the political I'ouibat just open& nieiit of Mr. Hlaino's resign ition as but in no caso shall wifety bo sacriing thero steals now and then, over Secretary of State. Kveu tho minficed for friendship or to obtain 8110,037.01 D. M. o. K, COX. PitlWIDI.'XT. the mind of the average citien of isters are sending up their petitiouti John ILBaknin, Cashier. III. pie-sentepas-en-g- er Riis-eHvi- Anohim: frightful inilroad wreck aheady long list. This OWENSBORO ITEMS, has pleased Almighto rety Gotl in His infinite move from earth on Monday, May .'!(, 16!L', the little daughter of our woithy Ciiand Jiiiyinaa of the pres cut term, J. M. yiiitehotie; theie-for- e hu it I!ioi,vi:i), That we, the member of said (ii.ind Juiy have the greatest sympathy for the bereaved family and bow submissively to the will of God, who doeth all things right and them to Him for coiuforiut their sail bereavement. Wm:i:i:s, It expeet vou to call on ol"r me or my deputies and settle at once. The short time that tho I'nited Stttesand C.iuiid , Hiithoiitv. I will have to collect makes itstaiulard seutliiiif for Mention this paper when "Treat and meet the settle- iso." ments with State and Remember there is county will necessitate promptness on no bettor machine made than the your part. Mower, This June 9, 1892. S, ('. TAYLOR. S, 0, C To the Farmers 1 . 1 i.!1 HI 1 stamp "r ' limited iieriod. Wo trust all will avail theiusolves of tho oppor- tins valuable h1"1 ?. I work, lo every lover of the Horse it is intlispons.ible, as it treats in a simple manner all if the diseases which afflict the noble animal. Its phenomenal s.ilo throughout iiiiiilnklnir .1 11 ....lit for umiltn sanw. is renewed .HIM 1 1 t" LQVELX D!AWOL3D CYC U.U G. 5 No. I, Solid Tires, Oh.V.OO No. 2, Cushion Tiros, STRICTLY HIGH GRADE. sTnVfc--. f0..00 No. 3, Ladles' Solid 85.l')0 OUR Cushion Tires IRE ft A?hH i:3.30,L2di2:,Cf:L;:3T.';:s, 993.00 No. 4, Conrerlibla Solid Tins, 91s. OS " Cufhlon Tiros, "" ,C, 05.00 No bottor Warranted ALL r.UlTS maohlnomndoat any prico, BIcycIa lutcrcbaDgrj. able. Catalogs Frea. $85.00 U;,i .Tonrv tl nt.ln I'irfi f HTll-Tin DP. rir-- r MAVUFACTUr:n- -, -- n:r LO'ELT. VTtIS CO., r'TPN, MASS, $85.00 ' r . . - tfi'iiia.1,.11. Mc-Cormi- ck If II IP W Ml IIMBM . L. h New Buggies, After looking theBuggy Markets over we have purchased a New Line of Buggies anil Ifroi.yr.D. That these lesolutions he published ill the Ifartford Herald- Spring Wagon which we con- fiist-chWho wi-- h to purchase coin and feitilier DrilN and theDeer inj; .Mowing .Machine and Hay-iaKthe be-- t on maiket, can do no betF. W.Vi.i-- i it, ter than call on, Hartford Ky. c Field. li M MS j YEHICLES, CARTS. Farmers of Ghio Co ,.,! 1 1 Mowing Machine, I will be prepared to give you the very .best price on same.. Dan F. Tracy. taken the agency for the McCormick heeting 1 DENTSST Of-lic- e nt, Beaver Dam The Farmers of Ohio county who Machines nece-situte- wis-non- DEPOSIT BANK will bear in mind that the McCormick ps it. broke the great chine Combine last year. BLACKSMITHING. 28,(1-10.0- TF specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J. 1). WILLIAMS. ou Beaver Dam, Ky. be-co- mo Our Qetvfc's Ph&cton, fto- 6'. Champion Mowers and Reapers the best in the market. For sale by Co., Beaver Dam, Ky. LIGHT, ELEGANT. d I Taylor bun-iiicft- i. I asfassjafc Moline, Sechler Carriage Co., WAIR vw mimnrsy BROS. & CO.! THIS WEEK IN PERSONAL. Wm. Phipps, city. .1. TOWN TATTLER. ia in THIflB PARTY. Convontion-Appoint Louisville, the V. Rutland, Rosino, was in town Tuosdny. BIG REDUCTION m mm Win now mi r. To l,ur-lm- Ladies Desiringi n Nice niM xiiiiiinrr llnl lime i)iiorluiiily of receiving tliu very luteM al 8UCH LOW PRICES An will Wallace Rosson, Shrove, wns in town Wednesday. 1'rof. I. S. Mason, I'loasaut llidjjo, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Julia Davis is the guest ot Mrs. Lucy Klein this week. Miss Nettie lingers, of the Liberty neighborhood, is visiting Mrs. Jo. B. lingers. Loin McIIonry, who 1ms lieon attending school nt Danville, return-o- (l homo Monday, Master Owon Williams loft Wednesday for it wooks visit to friends in South Carrolltoti. Mrs. W. fl. Mooro left Wednesday for Yulviiijrton, whuro sho will isit friends and rolatives. Miss Milliroy Watterhon, who has ln'i'ii visiting .Miss lsilinllo McHenry, has returned to her homo in Louis-xill- u. Misses Maudu and Churlio Sanders, who attended Cominuueomeut, homo in have returned to their Owensboro, Mr. Miller and wife, Livia; Misses Daisic ami Tula Collins, Ulcnuville, visited Mrs. Lucy Klein Saturday and Sunday, C. W. Westurfiold, who for some time has been connected with this office, has aecopted a position on the Herald staff. .I.S.rnii"ht,.Ir., who has been in our town for the past ten mouths, returned to his home in Burnt Prairie, lllinois(Thursday. Missel Dora Gibsoa and Snllio to','olutnuii leave, for Louisville morrow. Thuy will visit Frankfort before returning. Miss Elva Morton leaves to visit friends and relatives near Mellon ry nnd Prentis. She will be absent several weeks. Will llhoads, who has been attending school at this place for tho past ten months, left Wednesday for his home in Metropolis, Illinois. Miss Mary Shouso, who has boon vi ititifr tliu family of I Jr. Alexander, left for lior homo in Lexington Wednesday morning. After remaining at homo a few days sho will go to tho Eastern part of the Stato to' spend tho summer. Prof. William Foster, one of the popular young teachers of Hartford College, left yesterday for Nashville, where he will atteud Commencement exercises of the Vatider-bi- lt University. Prof. Foster expects to attend the law department of the University this fall. Miss Kutie Coombes left yesterday for Illinois where she will spend a few weeks visiting friends nnd relatives. She will nttend the State Teachers Association at Fatlucah and will visit other points in the State, before leturning home. She was accompanied by Mrs. Kehecca Vnught. To an observing mind it is only too plain that the Hartford boys are not "in it" when tho College boys are around. If you have ever doubted o this you have only to witness the look on the faces of Hartford's fair maidens this week, and you Boys, they nre will bo convinced. mourning for those who arc gone, for those who were but are not. If our home boys ever expect to get in their work, they must do it between now nnd September, for these rivals of yours will return nt that time, and for another long ten months you'll hnvo Boys, I'm for to play second fiddle. you, put in good time while they arc gone. Thoy Havo a DoloRfitos and Transact Othor Busi- ness. fffffffffffffffffffffffff ii'lonMi wi. 'I'o mil-sloc- k Inn been added the Latest ibTe-w- " "Toicik: until llio seaum olo-if- In Chcllnii, Ciepu ill Client! mill French Crepo Stales lint. From now our entire line of RIBBONS. FLOWKKS, LAlitiS, etc., (So at n great reeuelmn. SALF Ctmiu to tins great .MARK DOWN mnl see (lie rare Bargains nd'eicd. Vim, Vigor and Victory In our wateli words. Our fturt is HEADQUARTERS For Aetive Participant in IN HARTFORD for ' I I the eager search 18112. Bargains iluriii' tliu summer of BMNCi US YOUR WOOL, GINSENG and FEATHERS. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION ii - Wo pay tlic highci-- t price. & CO., Prop., Mire! Furniture ! ! Traile with Sara it Me. General Line, sec T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. '-. Well.it's surprising how much work a good barber can do in a short time. If ou want bargains in Ladies Archie Cam is one of the best, fastest, hats, dowers and laces, see Fair Bros. easiest and nicest barbers in the State of Kentucky. Give him a fc Co., they arc felling them nt cost. call at tho Hartford House, for an second-handI have a gasoline easy shave or elegiiut hair-cu- t. stove with two caps and oven that I will tell cheap. Oluws Wll.UAMs. CROMWELL. June 0. Tho Republican Club of Come, nil ye mothers, and hring Cromwell Precinct met at School-housyour children, and have your picture No. 25 last Saturday night at mnde. Clark will remain only a few 8 o'clock. The Club was called to orilny. der by our CountyCommitteeraan, C. S. Taylor. Minutes of last meeting $.- 00 Hots cost 2..")0, SS.00 Hats were then read nnd adopted. Ward-Robe- s The next thing in order was the cot $l..r0,$l..r0,;ilat8cot 7.r)cts, this week nnd next in Fuir Bros. & Co.'s election of a permanent Secretary, Suits,Rock-er- s Millinery Department. which resulted in tho selection of IL Boyce Taylor. The Chairman then in a few chosen R. E. Chirk, tho Photographer, a and pointed remarks, stated the obwill only remain in Hartford After which few days, so if you want n good like- ject of tho meeting. upon motion the body proceeded to ness of yourself, call on him. tho enrollment of members. J. M. r Rogers was then called for and reTry a pair ot our Shoes for only 81.00 they arc good, sponded, showing that everything also, see our stock of Oxford Tics nt that could bo done is being done now, i for tho American people, had origin Sa ua it Mi:. the lowest price. in tho Republican party, or in that Now is tho accepted time for all party, which boforu there was n Rewho want pictures mnde. Mr. Clark publican party advocated tho doctrine will leave on the '20th for Owensboro. and tenets of tho Republican party. John X. Taylor and Silas L. Stevens He does first-claGive him n call. were called for and responded in work. short nnd appropriate speeches. TI1AINS l.KH'K lIKWIUt lM. W. M. Stevens, being then called Collius-Kloi- n, TRAINS ClOINll WKST. to the front, proceeded to give the 2."' '" " ml Kxpri' N.i. .1. Hull Earl Collins, of Glcnnville, nnd MifS reasons, (?) why ho had left the party II..Tur. . No. T, l.inii'lr.1 KirrM Lucy Klein, of this city, were mar-rie- d of his first love and former allegiance, TRAIN!) OOINI1 K.Wl. at the residence of tho bride's and joined what is known as tho 85 No. 6, Hull n,l Kiprr 1.U . mother, Mrs. Lucy Klein, at 7 o'clock party movement. K.. I, I.lmltf.lEiprc Sunday morning. Tho wedding was Upon motion n Committco consistFRIDAY, JUNK a surprise, as tho contracting parties ing of J. M, Rogers, S. L Stevens, Mr. Collins is an Jo. B. Rogers and Dr. F. G. Turner are ipitte young. Trado only nt Fair Bros, it Co. industrious young man and his briden was appointed to draft a constitution little maid of fifteen summers. s and declaration of princiRemember Bryant & Hiiynes, the prettytho young lives thus linked in and for May ples the club, and report at our funcy barbers. youth grow into each other, nnd may next meeting. Upon motion tho chair appointed C. L. Field, the placo to go nnd their honeymoon never end. the following as a committee on pro-crget you n new buggy. for next meeting: II. Boyce Church Mooting. Iec at Williams Bros., at any hour, Taylor, E. E. Rogers and John X. Church Meeting nt the Bap- Taylor. After The tf. or in any quantity, a brief consultation tist Church next Saturday evening Ilnyncs when you will bo a most important one, hence, tho committco reported tho following See Byrant it program: Hershel B. Taylor Hiswant a good, easy shave. every Baptist in town, who desiics to tory of tho Republican party. Dr.F. is most Silas L. Come and see the nice Lot of bo recognized as such, this service. G.' Turner Tho Tanlf. urged to attend Stevens Free Coiungo of Silver. now buggies nt C, L Fiold. Important business matters will claim E, P. Neal Objects and aim of ReTho Lord's Supper You can get a nice Straw flat at your attention. ordinance publicanism. will bo administered, which the Bazaar for only fie, worth 25c. Upon motion the club adjourned to has been greatly neglected by many, meet Saturday night, June 18th at 8 Why do you wait, dear friends, go notwithstanding, tho rules of tho (J. S. Taylor, Ch'm'n. toClark and hnvo jour pictures mndo, Church most positively require tho o'clock. II, Boyoi: Tayloh, Sec'y. attendaiico of all the members at Everything in Millinery Departwherein ment goes nt cost at Fair Bros, it Co. this institution of tho Gospel, ,wo show our renicmberanco of the Baptist Minister's Institute. Tho Daviess county Baptist MinisC. L. Field will sell you a buggy death and suffering of our Savior. Those who received baptism at our ter's Instituto will hold its next ses and harness lor 805 and warrant tho last meeting nro especially requested sion with theBnptist church at Whites-villbuggy. beginning on Monday evening to bo preseut, that they may receive Buy your Clothing from Fair Bros. tho hand of Church recognition. after the Urd Sunday in this month ACo. Thoy hnvo tho stock thnt tells Pleaching by the pastor Sunday nml (nnhiiMii lliroiH'li thn three sue- tho talc. Subject: ' ccedtiig days. The third, being tho morning and evening. Text "Holy i last, will be devoted to a memorial The Bazanrpays tho highest prices "Christiau Union." Good Father, keep through thiuo own naino service in memory of Rev. Joseph foe Ginseng, Feathers, Ac. those whom thou hast given mo, that r. Ellis, receutiy deceased, in the Feathers, 45 cents, thoy may be one, as we are," John discussions of this day, the Bee tho new hats just recoived at 17thll. The unity of all God's chil- sacrifices and useful life of this great Anderson's Bazaar thoy arc beauties. dren in ono body, being the burden man of God will bo suitably rememMiss Sum can plcaso you. of our Savior's great intercessory bered and presented. Tho discussion bo tho doctrine discussed of theological questions, duriug the it you prayer will Mus Foster leaves soon in both of tho sermons next Sunday, two proceeding days will bo full of get a stylish Hat this scaon, you must aud,thercforo, till Christians of all de interest and instruction. All these come n't once. Fa in Bros, it Co. nominations are inns, eiiecuoiiweiy meetings will bo open to tho public, mid all are invited to attend. By trading with us you will eavo invited to attend. J, S. Coleman, Pastor. J. S. Coi,i:man, Pastor. "Goods well bought uro half money, Sec ClarK, the Photographer. ed e, For Dressers, or aiiy thing in the Furniture Wear-foreve- A Masi Meeting of the Peoplo's Party of Ohio county met nt the Court House Monday. I lie meeting was called to order by Chairman, B 1 JJartlctt. The list of precincts was called and the following nnswered: Sulphur Springs, Cromwell, Beaver Dam, McHenry, Bedn, Bartlett, Buford and Hartford. It was moved by J. P. Miller nnd seconded by Ben Newton that each voting precinct be allowed to select their own Delegates to tho Among tho fow things in which Stato Convention at Lexington, nnd Hartford has mnde n total failure is select their County CommiUeeincn. the Park by tho jail, but 'tis not a Motion adopted. ISy motion the pre 1 suppose, for us cincts wns allowed .'10 minutes to make failure after 'all, the old maxim says, "it is nu ill wind their selections nml report to the that blows nobody good." If it does Convention. nothing else it furnishes a nice calf The following report wns handed in lot for our clever and goodlooking fiom the precincts. Sulphur Springs Bat while it's very fine or, jailor. Ever Jamison, Rosinc Thomas the jailor's calves it's not so hue on our Crowder, Horso Branch Mike Cra-ha- u, paid their money to people, who have Select T. F. James, Cromwell support the Park, and who, these A. L. Westcrflcld, Committee, long lint days, would love to stroll in- W.M. James Delegate, Cool Springs, to tho beautiful shade, which, with G. C. Shultz.Beavcr Dam R. H. ptopcr management by this time would Stevens, Committee. J. P. Miller have erected the melting citizens UeleL'nte. McHenry J. M. Hunter, It's now 1 Rrckport John Benton, Smallhouso in search of n cool place. too late to plant trees this season, but W. II. rulkcrsoii, Centertown fall will come on npacc and later an- Not Lindlcy, Abbicville W. B.Tich. other spruit?, nnd in these seasons the enor, Committee. Hon. WesleyCrowe long neglected tree planting in the Delegate. Buford A. G. Ilulbrook, Park should be nttended to. Committee. G. W. Jewel, Delegate. Bartlett J. II. He:iry, Mugan J. Haiti The term tuny seem harsh to Neighbors, Fordsville Thomas Walunsuspecting cars, but to the more lace, Hartford Judge J.C.Townscnd. observing of our race, it will be per. F. W. Pirtle and B. F. Bartlett.Del-egate- s. lectly apparent that the time has long Rep irt recorded by motion past" when such a thing might have and adopted. been said with propriety and that such It was moved by Ben Newton and n declaration is at this time, not only seconded by R. II. Stevens, that we necessary, but, ns a matter of proceed to recommend some eligible is absolutely imperative. persons for Circuit Court Judge and There is no way out of it, it is unaCommonwealth's Attorncy,motion carSo sink or swim, live or ried. voidable. After some discussion it was die, survive or perish, we propose to agreed that tho Chair appoint a Comput our foot down nnd say, Halt, and mittee of five to confer with some elwhen we say it, we believe that our igible persons, who will step on the and threatened martyrs St. Louis platform and confer with will agree with us in thus throwing Committees of other counties in this ofl the yoke of oppression and declarJudicial District on the propriety of The thing is holding n district Convention in this ing our independnncc. done, the die is cast, and wc propose District nnd nominate candidates for to be imposed on no longer. We will Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's It is in the Attorney. stand to the declaration. interest of suffering humanity and we Thc.Chair then appointed the folpropose to fight it out on this line, if lowing gentlemen ou the Committee: And be it un- Timolcon Morton, Samuel French, it takes all summer. derstood, when we say wn, we mean W. P. Bennett, R. H. Stevens and the whole created crowd of the male Thomas Allen. By motion Chairman persuasion. Whnt can be more sub- B. F. Bartlett was added to the Comlime than the patience with which tho mittee. By motion the above named male portion of humanity has borne Committee. go tu the District Conventhe continued encroachments of the tion and support any worthy men who subtler sex? Patience Is a good thing, may he named in said Convention. but there is danger of too much of a The Delegates to the State Conven good thing and the danger limit has tion were instructed to cast the vote Hence, the of Ohio county for Hon. Toiuas Pet-it- t, already been reached. Woman always has declaration. of Owcnsbore, for Delegate from been dissatisfied with her garb and is State nt Large. forever wanting to swap. Evil grows Secretary was instructed to have little by little and innovations romc tho proceedings of this Convention Woman de- - published in the Herald nud Rurun-I.ic.'a- n almost imperceptibly. mnnded that she should have boots, and Farmers and Laborers ami men, fool like, consented, thinkJournal. ing she would be satisfied, but she W. G. Fulkeiwos, Sec'y. This cnteriiig wedgo was was not. People's Party of Ohio county. the beginning of nil our woe. She then The Commercial Hotel is now for demanded hats ami caps, a regular rent. It is newly pnpercd aud in good prince albert, cutaway or a and got them. Here we expect- condition, anyone desiring to rent ed she would stop, but she didn't. may call on or apply to G. J. BnAN. Next they had collars, ties and cufls, and, well and shirts like men. Well There will boaUuiou Sunday School wc could put up with all this, but they want suspenders. Rather thati to organized at Taylor Mines School have trouble we'd again yield if they House next Sunday afternoon at 3 would just carry their confounded o'clock. Eveiybody invited aud exrigging themselves, when thoy are pected to be present. May God meet Gross Wilmams. We've got to with us. out. But they won't. carry their gloves, their hnndkerchiefs, Rev. Dr. Gill, Elkton, closed his their hairpins, their parasols aud the very interesting discourse on Baptism Lookoobooschoo only t;reat Kahn of whnt else, and still they are Wednesday night. Doctor is and a good speaker. Ilis not satisfied, for here's the most A Chicago girl pleasing wit wns highly enjoyed and of all. cut wishing was walking down the street with those who heard him jiin in her bonu aud wlrile she put on her that this may not bo his last visit to gloves she actually made the wretch- Hartford. ed man that he was, carry her trail in his hand. If this isn't nipped in C the bud it won't bo three weeks until every woman in the land will bo making her escort carry her dress. Whnt! Carry a woman's dress aud her in it? We'll never submit to it; no, never.' We appeal to all those who wear pants (not to those who would like to wear them) to stand to their colors, for we're in tho last ditch and something's got to be did. e, claw-hammc8t ANDERSON'S BAZAAR IztTLcLictecL The recent session of the Grand Jury was composed ot the lending men in Ohio county, and they tried to do their duly, and returned quite a number of indictments against parties who hnvo committed misdemeanors. They visited Anderson's Bazaar, ami thoy found a true bill against them for Selling tho Cheapest line of Goods in Ohio county, leaving all competitors so far behind they thought it entirely wrong and must bo DEALT with. So it now depends upon our friends to stand by us in the future us they have in the past and wo will continue to sell the cheapest line tu the county, regardless of their verdict. We buy our goods cheaper than any one in this section of the State, and can nflord to sell them cheaper. Read tho following and be convinced: Good Domestic Unbleached at 5c. full yard wide. " i .1 GJc. " ii II ii II H II ii i. II .1 i. 7jc gjc ii II ii ii II II 1QC Good Bleached Domestic nt Gc. per yd. full yd. wide. ii ii r ii ii ii it " 8Jc. ii it ii 20c. ii " " " " " " " tho nicest " Lawnsdale Cambric 10c. per yard, i ii ii j2Jt " in town. Good Calico at 4Jc to 7c per yard. ' Ginghams at 8c to 22c per yard. " Cotton Plaids at G to 10 per yard. " Good New York Camlet Jeans at lfic per yard. Nice Oxford Ties at 81.35 per pair. i ii ii 81.75 " " 81.00 Anderson's Wear forever. Shoes at $1.99 per pair. i i. ii J2.25 " " ii ii i. g3oo " ' Try our Milliner for thp Cheapest Line of Summer Hnts in town. She can please you. Everything in the Latest Styles you will find on hnnd, aud you can't afford to miss any of our bargains. Call and see us and we will treat you pleasantly and sell you the cheapest lino you ever bought. J150 ii " " " Kid " SARA and ME. liOTBL - :o: and This Hotel has recently been It is second to none. The table is furnished with the best the market d affords. Special care will be taken to accommodate the public during Circuit Court. All candidates are invited to make headquarters here. Come one and all and try us. We arc reasonable in our charges. We give special attention to traveling men. Don't forget the place, corner Market and Union Streets. Special arrangements will be made to accommodate the people at the Fuir. AS EBI EH1 FAST LINE Proprietor. TIEIfcT wwnus', Mlllfc ss Ha rv.v Williams aud Miss Jennie Barrass, Taylor Mines, wero married last night. They are excellent young peoplo and tho Riipuhucan wishes them all the hannincss nnd success possible in this life, CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY TO ALL. CENTS -- I'r. 10.-189- am nfl'ec-tionate- Mr. J. B. Stevens and Miss Jennie Duncan, Echols, were married at tlie McHenry Presbyterian Church Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in tho presence of a host of admiring friends. The attendants wero Mr.L.L.Stewart and Miss Maggie Duncan. The wedding march was rendered Jy Miss Eland, the ceremony was la Duncan, beautifully performed by Rev. M. P. Porter. An elegant reception was given at the homo of Mrs, Mary Duncan. Mr. Stevens is one of Ohio county's most promising nnd deserving young men, while his bride is a beautiful and acMay their complished young lady. lives be bright and happy. Fois ham: A No. 1 platform, 2 seated spring wagon, been used a litWilmamh Bitas. tle, tf StovonsDuncan. best apple tree on the mark et. This Nursery has as fino a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping apples as ALIKE. canjfound anywhere. SPiSUIAL ATTENTION moss Given r' ili"buythe mmm ..... am mmmi . AT THE-- to the Traveling Public. ITISAHOME INSTITUTION. Don'tgpayBtwo or three pricesj for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. J. L.JCHICK ft CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. SOfafc. ". t n first-clas- BETTER KNOWN AS THE Sunday School Contention in Harttord at M.E. Church. Also keeps a s PALMER. HOUSE. Newly Famished, t- - Rates $1-0- 0 per day. & Meals 25c Ky, Tuesday, Juno 14, 1892 1) o'clock Welcome address Miss Ida n. m. Response-"-- R. P. Hocker. Duke. What is the work ot tho Sunday School, conducted by G. B. Williams. Teachers' meeting, in actual work.led Qulification of by D. M, Hocker. Rov. E. E. Pute. Suporiutcndcnts Qulification of Teachers Jo. B.Rog- Rov. ers. How to use lesson-helpJ. B. Crawford, Owensboro. How to secure the attendance of people Rev. s Liverj' and Feed Stable, where jou can have your Horses Fed, and get the best of rigs East sido Frcdcrica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, MRS. CUAS.$ROBY,MllS.a E. WILLING HAM, Props. Vhy Miflir fri'nrlho I. I.lK-- r dlaoanra. nn.in ill.P.", F. M. Petty. daj or night. ders with &.! otua 11.. Kiirviiiu i ,u.c mm On. M,l -. la I llfcalaiw,, a t", Alli nunI f in, lf...l.,.J m- - WI&..IbIa 1. . II .Mil.iiru, A H'H m rvaulatMlto ii!t,nluirntnl ltt tar "ot nothing In try llimi, Can ! uMi'irnl Elit'tncitj U .horlc. Kreto Mtdlc.l tdtiff. Writ, to.d.jr, conihlnnf, nnd producr Buttery ijIth wrI.i mmiir. prlc r.d full iirtlcutr., m . Addrff BtTlt, Agent. Wmitril. A lTJ;r15.Wn,.,i,.v.,. lOifiiin.u.m, inaifeaimn, r.lrrlru-Ittrill euro ton and kreo Urn. l'lfn'toft!if UOrlpp.unil 01 njpp.i, ny hmltli. ya In Itack, Kldn.f ud wruknr.i, orain.. (IU.il.rha r.ll.fM DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT .... jrr. w...-..- Ml. Bold." Saba & Mi:. Juno 10, 'i)2. Juno 10, 'i)2. These exercises will bo interspersed with short discussions by tho various members of tho Instituto and with Wo hopo every friend of tho mu'ic. Sunday School interest in the county will be present and aid in the work. W.M. Mii.mo.vn, Presideut. Leave your or mmi I mm Bftffill Thorough, Practical Instruction. Graduates assisted to positions. W Catalogue free. Write to LOUISVILLE, KY, jMrjjffgflffi "r""'- '"'"vtyv"s' '1'Sl I . mr'iiiif iTnT'iiiiiiTrmri'7ri7i?gaaig ?ae Vri tr W&Tl IT totally ileitiullsll lliu otitlilhUioN In lioply.. j Ui!.Hl!i' bam ilune 1. It litis nearly hi V"iir is. lit tin- - parly. ckntUAl city, ky. in u already. It'll Wrly expect." to tnio ot May -- 7, you ptihlish it clipping FRIDAY, .lUNKJO, IS'J'2. itnytliing ut ull it must from the Oweusboro Messenger which Ft, R, PAXON; PROPRI TOR. iiscomplUli ,i fh"! (.wa a is .it. be thoroughly orjMiafoictl and be icntly not only does mo an injustice, but Has just been rrjiaivcd and newly HARDINSBUHG. to lilit all n long tlio line. equally ni fully states a bat falsehood, furnished. Located el'-to Depot. May .'!. The District I'.iil'ereiKV Iloiux Hood. 1 did publish a paper at Denver Dam Good nicnls or first-claKluiibetlitoWn District of the pt of the lunch. Give V it was no more, while under, my M. Vj. Jliureli,H,)iiih'couVcued at this tiu- - but Nlitloli'i- - VII ilin umImMoii neeil for it a trial. l.v IS,. . charge, a Third Party paper, than it plnwi Wednesday, May 'Snh. The llmi, I nrnia'tilil IilMinom, iiml nil )lntniii r r 5 I'll. 1" uit7&itn ikt ImltlciilZ. li The was Democratic or Republican. doors of the town were thrown wide IM1I' Iill1llll.l llio. m voi' wax r to u i; .IV. i.i l.l I.) .M'H statement made by the Meonger il llllll tl li'll'il' 'fi niipii. the ministers and .Mtorsnrm- wlli LEITHPIELD. that I once edited the Alliance and if. ultuto ntxl m,'.iii lr..M nil in. i i'h ii'iinti)'! The following mini-- . ly welcomed. if ii, t M'll'l iilli" li lirmi. ilil in .i t'e.s were pm-enl- , " I vk: .1. 1. E ling., TIU 15i'"llwaiii of Ur.iyw.ii Third Party column of the Par-pie- rs llnrli-Kiii ' 'I ''m linlrli nllli'llMlll '"'III M'H In If li ili'iln. im" requested to meet Home Journal is a base falsehood. ton. (i. H. King, It. C. Ale.xhnder, ..1 n riynjiiirnl Uiiinoii h iit )i l m nn ijiin Convuntion at lliu Court Tho Journal referred ' ' to conW. C. Ilnyes, Jl. K. Cuiidill, T. L. i'ic nuiiilrroiil.iln. Iiuiili.il" i. Hi in. ' on tho fourth tained no Third Party matter. I didn't UilU" iuiiI y.'iitlriiH'ii untiMii'ii'iiin'-liiiii'iitsiinui iuii r Orandell, IJ.H.Campbell, S. P. Styles, H"'J - ii in ii in Oftlll' IIIH1127 day, .', it . ''mi '( ' r '' it which leave there on account of lack of abil A. H. Prater, L. AV.Hrowdcr, C. Y. Monday in Juno, tho .1Minimi uliu Ii.h iiitt f Lief1 SjjfBEST.- ; iriiiulii. lr. - Huii.ir ity, but solely because the Alliance Iitp' ll' jinl'li-.J. 11. Ci.illu- - i County I oiut day at 11, ueloek Smith. L. M. HiK-el- l, IIIII..OM-- , liliilll U, l llii)...il "ll. I, l , 'hni. EMnODIEiEVERYDESmADLElMPBOVEMZNf support, C. Sent-- . p. in. for tho purpoM ot unmiiintiiijr did not giye the proper way. Wiling ministers: II. ' I left M. fi.ANYEXCLUSIVCLYlTSOWN. lc, Louisville; Hanson llrowder, oi can li l.iti for Sheriff, ('aunty Court ennugli to justify my staying the Logan county reniale College; Clerl.. Circuit .ludtre and Cuniri' - ht Louis boo.iiise the severe and . Hwids'ae- - BrijFhnH) WHEN YOU GO TO GVE.'iSBOaO J. P. Bedford, of the Nashville Pub ni.iii, for this District. All are in- - continued illness ot my mother com- Flccantly IWisfilPiPP WAR'y'FOR (..i.:. o.n QVETEARS of vited to attend this Convention as it polled me to. J list as she began to lishing House and 0. P. Hartford, riHlJHUUt u fiPNT (1R improve slowly my only brother, at See Our Pordsvillc, Among the visitor pres- is a very important o.iu to all 1 . raiiessssKcsM iwkx , hence I decided Clover-por- t; home, left for Illinoi-'of this county. ent, were Mrs. Dr. Smith, of to remain at home during tho slimMr. and Mrs. Abe Morris, Pita Dan (TRii.kv, Ch'in'n. mer. As to now being at woik in my Robinson, of Rig Spring; Mrs. Dr. .1. H. Roomts, Sec'y. A LIVE A'JCMT WANTED ID EVERY TOWN tobacco crop, I am giad to say that Whitehead and Mrs. Alfred liV jiniuii Pir mi it 1rieKtitIior ' In t,iii'.-ii-ii the high Journalistic flight spoken of of Vine Grove; Mis.Riewcr.of Louispin .'. i nl- - 11I1II.J V.. Wijnrlli'tM lias givm me no distaste fin physical ville; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. SioNo and A lliu. Adjtista'ble Extension Stand. labor. As to being cured of my Third of Leitchlield and V. H. Gardiner, BEAVEll DAM. 1,,,uc-vl w,n "'1 ") '"" ' Mrs.Malcn.of Urandenburg. WednesJune I. -R- obinson's big 'show ha ,,ar,.v I Fui the fiiuel and Musi AiMie Uork, 'U'ver did belong to that na.ty. day evening was devoted to the Discome .mil gone and with it went quite School Convention. a big sun, of our hard earned money; h'lve always voted the Deu.oe.al.c any sue or style. FntUricu &l., bilui.n trict Sunday (JhiST 3rd and Ji. Thursday evening, the subject of a it is strange, but it a fact that a uct-grea- t The statement the Democrats have training school for this Distiiet, disnumber of people never have The Presiding Klder stated any money to pay tlieir hone-- t tlelits, kickco me out is auoiuer i.nsuiino.i, cussed. UlIA JjUA'IKMLM I'., that he desired to raise one thous- yet you can count thein a"whole schoi- - such as the Messenger only can tell. aadi VTC -- .,-, ih:i.ki: IX Rev. and dollars for that purpose. everything in the way of a The cause of Woodson's writing such , , II. C. Seatle was then introduced and. show. I hey have nionev tor anvone .in euitoii.u is as r.,11,...- - l.wt at tne . 'i'roplral Fltl'l'I.S ami ' mini-te- ry. spoke in behalf of an educated time of the heated fight between Kills , ., cxeeiit the one they owe. J He then proceeded to lift a col Mi- -i Whittaker, of Morgantmin, and Rjurland of the Second Congivs- -y '" sional District, I h ippcned, by inere , """' lection for the tiaining rchnol, winch visited Mr. Sowders last week. , at Klkton, Ky. is to be Miss Toinniie Cooper, of Cromwell ehanee.to bespeaking in Daviess couu-Woodson nccu-e- d The Piesiding Klder put hi name neighborhood, is spending cveral ty. me of being i 1l""'1,"rt'r;".; ""uiti-'ill )HHi down for one hundred dollars. This il.n- - uitli Imr niiiiii- - frieinU licio this at work lor JJouiIantl, winch was II CilODUil'J IIHIIU'IHI lE'l wholly false, ami asked me to leave was all, however, that was given. tte"ej, No one would take hold. It was then We have a weddiu-- ' or two to re- - the county.tliat I might convince him. decided that the matter would be port iuee our last. J. H. Boldcu, of This I refused to do and he wrote me agitated privately. Somerset. Kv..aud Miss Mattie Sow- - up -- everul times and in each instance' Friday evening win devoted to the ders, of this plnee, were married last refused to publish a reply, 2J01" DO'OOSitS . Women Foreign Missionary Society. Wednesday. Al-- o Adam Fraell and except when I went to see him person- & ,1.- ,.-The address of welcome wa- - given by .Miss Fanine Holmes were married "'ly and ho promised to publi-l- i a wf? Mrs. Charles Heard. It was respond- Wediicsilav evening at 8 o'clock. 'i ,, A correction wiucn i men nan nun reau. SMTil, Vunl' v ;.. :u- - Ftaml, ItlMok MUn J V.ovt r Stfti t tMnlh1. 'Uin tV Mui.il ed to by Mrs. Dr. Whitohearf.of Vine long, piea-aIaii.), "..v.w...... i uie io eacu oi uiem, is I'm) rt I ltinvo. on . u n.t - l.ruU- - Ui.irti. I tKltUi fimim unit IasL Hnl t v y was one of the the wish of Her paper Grove. o ii 'i t '.) t ""t ''tit answered pints ot it through Ilehrlit piUinlftl.M linln'n. wUrht U C top II xix, )iirjvJK l y II 1.95. KEHH. l.l'ur" the Messenger. This no gentlemen best we ever heard read, an address Diturv Mau'ir. M n uIiii ,;tva St , lktuii. -. i .Ill iwl f.it.irrli fiinil. was also made by Mis" Lula Daniel. Pin.-vlt. wotilij liuve done. Since then he IZ. Mi.jin- i.rillm I III... has sought OVdiy OJ))01 tllllity to dj liii.i lor fi Report was then given by Delegate I lin ii'i.Pflk fit'iw.li . . t'ffT . inn. li.ipm ......... .in III." from the Society througoiit the DisA r ..v ....... - u. ..v.. .... mi. . So- rF .Tn.fvr-,I.I..IM I il A. These reports were highly satdo not deserve a trict. Mav.'il.-Mai- ncd, at the residence l"5i)lcl cur isfactory to the Conference. P'"C vxeept wheie he is not known. father, Ton. William-- , LAWTOri RENO, Gosh. or Saturday was devoted to reports Kiimli Robertson to Mi-- s Laura Will- - - l0 B " '"' siotic will huld Resp'y, from the minutes mid committees. o wi-- n tiiein a long ami iam. A 1)1 TV yon nur jnurrlriin.l fnm. E. Iv.Sl-i.tSaturday evening the tcniperence t.TTIS si'l tlio li.'- Milne Inr mir niunrj. happy life. b) tircliniriir In Resolutions I I i III question was discussed. yv. I.. UutlliM . ufilrli llir llllillluil Rev. K. M. Clowe wa- - the guest of 's i .i lir- -t initio lor pi lit", imlird, rr.lrrnl u Ihuiis.iuda icmliil til t'.r I In Momoriam. I condemning the rum tralliewcre oiler-e- Mis. W. N. Pit tie Satuid.iy and M,.1 lt lill s II I, I. lllll. .1', llf III il'v. It l.l. t Froujht wif'i sorrow- - coine.s tho lesolulion-spok- e 'Ihcse 1' II ' and adopted. Sunday. ; (i ii tidings of tho death of that noblo hAnnjr. term-- . They gave no in strong .1 nt i.it ii. .t.i, .:. fA mmrv HM1& at,' in,.. Willie Tabor and wife, ; , ; ,i i I - ; mi .1 a62.co yoiinjj man, .1. Herbert Lowe, on The minutes uncertain sound. III I'll. Ill II intv l tl.. til I n i.i... i. Sunday. tended church at I.Cttl i! net I. pi II lull I l Wediioilay May ','."ith, and ail th.it "' over Sunday. Married, at the residence of David knew hi n join in in airniiiif his u.irly 42.25 St There was preaching Sunday morn- Long, Tom (inod.dl to Mis Verda il.75 ill, t .. ' I'll. '1 i.i, .. J..l death. After five weeks battling for ? nn ing at the M. K. Chinch and the M. Kiijkenda'.l. life wo wih Through V I. ' 3 v 1'fo aj,',ii:ut typhoi.! fv. vj , j u- F0" .fMt"y P. Church, South. Rev. G. S. Kim: them a long and happy journey. eirnbcd and w.e. laid to icst besido regular appointment at M. filled hi Mrs. W.N. Pirtle, Mis. Re.le Tayhis depirtol father and l.roth.i.s K. Church and deliveied tho inu-- t lor and Mi Kiln Woodward attend.,,,,1 .!.iu ..!... I... I .1.1 :... powerful sermon that was delivered ed the Decoiation of the soldier's nii'i risivn, iiu uu I llluoiojll il.llll to t 1ii r lii:iv. i!v r.i.r Ilro. King during the Conference. . . .....a graves Monday. rafc sit s".. y- - . CENTLt-Mi-tl- , tho .inii.-ajr-'s Oh.Thvi w.nd.-vV- t by his one sermon endeared himself Mrs. Shull nod Mi-- s .leie Miller, THE BEST SHOE IN THE V.jriDfCIl THE MCriiT. . . lliscou-giegatiohi) 'tr.ier stricken to the hearts ot this people, iiriiuit sii:riAi.TH intit f n uti ear tu ..r iitnl rnw i.t thnt iiiin I lih Rockpoit, were the guest- - ol .Mrs. 'tears, e,:u:,i:t bv ihut Uaaic uiU IIOtllLT ail Iiolp t!lO.0 w'lO love lar J ii allected to tears; at the s,,, Amos Miller S.ituidav and Sunday. i'rvuMfwrtiiiiv i i'u iii lOiiiini i : I'llti: Mi i close of this sermon he was greeted y, I i. luuvlnii lli'ui'l.iun, ."ir .. EoM !r Hurrah tor Clayton Woodwind for to bow the!.- achini,' IiLV.rt" in sub- mis-io- n with a pre-cto thy will. by nil the cliii-tia- ii HOOKER & TAflOU, Li:o. Slici ill. Sunday ', hearty shake of the hand. Taken from t!ie scene 5 of earthly k Inn has hope-"- , ju.st wiiou hu w.is ontorini the evening the Piesiding Klder preachod I'nleot iiieilieiiK's iliffer K'uson.ilileiiess, iinnthcr ha- not. Ono pottalu of in.iiihood iiji.1 hit aspiring the sacrament. mid ailiiiiui-teie- d another him not. v STAflDA.' rcR.jc: . On Saturday, May the '2"tli the G. lias a reputation ouiirr iiiiml w.ts l.iliorin l to.iiu all ltciiirtlyruf iIIh'ot. 'I'lic .Ilo..! of siieeess Ouohih eiiiifidi-neirtt! i.a It li ii ri mi In IL nUiU iiutl ilutii nut (J. P. u down in the mouth. A call that constitutes excelleueu and real li.i only "hopes" Lll,tr. h a.l J.luuf UIuwi had been Don't take' it fi r granted that all worth; when we think of this itsen.ln to nominate candion that day patent ini'dicim aro alike. They ale a panjj in our lic.uis tn.it Ite.ivou Kendall's Spavin Cure. The call not. Lot the eais of iliiiiitLTruptod dates lor county ollicei-- . alouo eatl liil. I ittlc I'.OiK, Ark., Aug M, "A th'u tons of thotmilds of was not responded In, and theio was sueeeii and Vn. It. J. Kucdau. Co.: l uoiij, w.io knuw lum best, most Ci k'rrntr.t nilfaetlii tlmt I cured anil happy limn and women, only a corporal guard present. It U t'llitriioniiil ut lliinucun ltlu'full'tulnrfitliiu(i: I )r. Piorei'- (tolduii Mmlicnl admired his noble character. s. rcitcytticiiiltti'r.litlnt l.mticiM'wM.rMlllutn J.iiiirH('o. fIiut!tll Itiimi nv that tlii wa' the case. place .ltil.it not surprising A jf friendship, bound still Torn I'ooii I ni w irkuiif on lllit.litlni Diseoveiy and Dr. I'iereo's F.ivo.-iu- i I.uini'iirMunil ulIlfurt.Mli.it all with KctrlAlLi The Republican party in tho county l,r'seriiti'in on tho sido of the U U llio Ik ,t I.liilmcnt fur manor fluatir by natural ties; a daily ns-- o rrrnjiirni'ipllt to nil Iiorxe U.iU I li nei'W imi It U tine lias no organization at all. And ei.itj j:i with Ilia) in sjidu of his efto which thov beloii";. ivu n. forf4ifti tIli.4MMrknhn areTwtuaUe, Mil without Lit 'mciit h mi MlrtMnrt hit tw, I ntcil it has an Executive Committee, a tliero isn't u statu or turritorv, for bin fitnlH who tin in. jtTIicvbijrMtmltiH an J forts for the triinurua of kiiuwhi.lo; it i thotivst JlniUfw iii'IrurtM a country in tho world, wethttiyturuiul. Vuuifciiuly, i:. O.b. WLLIA Chairman and Secretary, but none of , it or not, but and a later friendship to which was people realie them take the proper inlcic.-- t in the er have mon and women in them that're confide niii.ih of his future- hopes, Kendall's Spavin Cure. The Commitwelfare of the party. happier because of their discovery and expoi.tati ins, o.iahlos niu tosiy Memo Visto, Ctiln., Dec. 31, tee, especially are derelict in their du- and their affects. H I)n. n. J. KsxnALt. Co., i:.i i.Uarjh KalU, Vt.i that in his imtiinyly death, a in'Jther Another thing that has weaken'..'.lU-I- n lltn iarl Jl I tnaltjultli Kollilll'n ty. Think of Think of this in health S r.i In Cura a lliini! simi III of ftu to i ur .Liiul. mourns a most loving and tender son, uiu'.'irlv HJ irnit. u lieu oif an I Ltm.tpiftiy ed the pai ty is th disposition of a great it in sicklies. And then think whether IP rctntivcl tlio i nlurcc fiiiiv.I On. laniftif-- i nn I liorto ? hit companions a true and unalterfry anl i.er mi nt. IUo ut.r!.i'il lin w many Republicans to pander to the you can affoid to uiiiko thetiial if the lii..., Iio iicvit liil li'iuu anv laiiiiMiiBi able friendship, his eliuruh an llio lzt or till' IliwIC. tail I kltJUIIV cllfTtTI IK'U Wheeler element. They urge that it ni.ikor.-- i e.t'i afford to ta ;o tho risk to Y. U. COOLKV. Yuuutiulj', i,dvo your iiioiun back, as thoy do hut .sincere member, and is useless for the Republican paity to if they do not benefit or cure you. bio country ono who aspired to tor In I'rtro $ jiff hfitllf, or jd bottlvi for effort, becau-- e it cannot sucmake an m AU ttrtt'f!fttH ini'f it or cuit (tt It $ of her bravest and most useful otic t Ion ceed. 'I'll- j ti jiiit, nr ft trill ho Htnt tn Mill, OIIS com.ll mil ifrtMit tm rtccljit of price by the jirvprl$ - "Mil nll,il;Uit'T. uiticus. It 'llli. ixmiIiI I.) A variety show, or a one hor.--e theililll llm. inlil ' ' Wl WATIRLOJ Y:aSI CO <nOirMICH The ways of Providence aro mysB. J. KENDALL CO., atrical troup, wcdon'4 know exactly Enostvjruh Falls, Vermo"? terious and sometimes seem dark to Ashland Park Farm. which, was hilled to show here on the our shadowed vision when our loved Mr. li. .1. Tri'acy, of Lointon, ones are called from us but night of the odtli and .'!lst of May. "As to tho merits of (ninn's IIopo still lifts bur radiant wivsit the Alma Theatre Com It wai-allePxTht? Pittsbuisfi Lamp finger, pany, at the piesent wiiting it has Oiiitiuent, I repaid it ana ory useful I'oiiitiiig to llm eternal hoinu, rrT3?rirrn'iv.rf'... c it t i o ii .s failed to put in an appearance. This Mt'ilieino, has oiven very f,'reut Upon whose portals yot thoy linger, at l.okiug hunk fur us to como. For Curbs, Splints, Spavis a terrible blow to our citi.eus. fill- seem;; to I tUil ishccl. The railroad Heated us shamefully. ins, Windpuffs or any buiiehed il is Oh! if no other boon were given, It MCll'S To keep our hearts, fioui wrong t lie failure on our gas invaluable. We made a frj to icj-.cI-j and stain, the show is too well, and now to mi V end rs to try a THAT IIW'Kl.Mi (l':ll run - hi Who would not lovo to win livo hcivaii much. To o the lickle expression .h gordncys of Whore all we i.uii.ll.j MiiIiiIi'k I'nir. Wi vuirimlii shall again? 1 5 THE BEST. in 2.U li?" of the unfortunate Mr. Macawber. ii., iii il illin A llm. '. .1.1 l& '" I. M. S. BiKw JsL vvif "We are floored." Owensboro K'y. May !!(, IMI'2. tiii: i liiicf ((iiiiiirv l iiinliiiiur ,n..nJ- port f.Ai :' nr ainijii' The Rreekcuiidge News will run iiu. ci'i-.'i- oi.itr.sr i'iioromti'iii:it in .' ' '.'jAK"iri' i I 7r&ffi . n t n . irii'-an excureion from Koulsville on the rii - iun s ni tin- iiiiimiinu i l !! iniiiillis: 'I'liu lor (lieJ.. II. it W. to Uloverport. H. A. LOZKIKK&CO., (lor ill,. t'nliliM'1 PlioliiKiuplis will he very low ami all will I.'T The only ccire itrcquiu i is lates Ollvllilll ilo. . WholoMilc I)oaler.s, !." Iii & have an opportunity to vi-- it the mefilling and wiping. ' i.ua IIiiioIiiiII lo. 'iiril tropolis of Ureckenriilge county 1.00 Dirt falls out when the tlnlsy " CLEVELAND, O. llui- III I'nii Hull lirs .'JlOSupeiliir St. ohiinney is taken off, not into Kil Heiinott.of Irviulon, has opena pocket as in other central- ed up ii new industry in our county. ; Lading Photographer. draught lamps. lie has opened a line lime stone quar- -Putting in a new wick is a ry nearlrvington on the I 11. it V. Jio.tlaln Slrii'l, ' Stjls mi Siie, ?icturs !n I55? lie is already shipping a great quanti'cry easy matter indeed. lV Old Pictures Copied nnrtKnlurgcd Hr6iil.Lsl ty of stone, although his quarry is tint All this seems strange to 'i.iiii, M'lii'iinii I'tiii.'lniii'l lliuli' hili A HPICUIA LTV. j Q I B rt 1!) ton in full blast. He will put n one who knows how trouble-soni- c luim.tli) Miiiulm fun. At Z.W.iiiilUn 1081 .Main .Street. '" " l'ouir in oilier Into operation in a short time., . .... ..,. - j oilier good lamps are. IrmU VWKJStUUJiU, KY and will be prepared to cru-l- i rock for ,, ,, , It is in all the good lamp-store- s. wlMi ' railioad ballast nt the rate of ." car. 1.11m .mj.i nut- - m,iIi.Ii'hh;i!i(i i.umr.mict.l Send for a primer. int v iii. t a. lliini-- , .I., i" '"v" 'i'1 ' aw)" loads a day. PiiMiurcli, Pa. PlTTSUUHCU HlUSS Ctt They say that if we let the Demo- - si,i:i;ii.r.ss.kiHT iiml- - niiwmi.ii- in CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, tllH IflllH. ..r.ilj mill Whpploi-- tit'ht it- out- tlmt- tint (."rllilf rmuli. Nlnlnli'nC JJAJdJUIi.S EAK AND UNDEVELOPED I) ii j .ii. I'nr ro In Z. M ii)iu' iifilllii A llm, . SURE and CERTAIN CURE it will ciui'o n split and ilikceninn known for IB years as tho BEST and r t'loveiport Oiyhiis Urtiiirllieiicil and eularcetl. t'ml... Opposite . . . . . ...-- in the ranks and file of tho Democrat REMEDY FOR PILES. liom sii)'Ik.'u, i.uNi jtiuuiiuuu itcmiircil, : iv.:::,.' u;.ti, cioverpo,t,Ky. ,;.. 575.00 to 5250,00 rrttii7HH.iiinuso.Tmniiup. co bT.tocis. vurlciK cli.', Mt'uk liack.losnof incmory.dlzrlucin, ie nartv. Tliw iirraneinent, n i'ir. mi'l uhil lni i'nii Inrn it'll nn fi'iri.. .ui.uit.iiL'a-- , i.i'itftiivits t'urf'ii uy mu ily'ltpuiMlicN. Jl.OOjtT tiox; dx Unci for Niure ihouk ntx ever, U without reason, in Inn proven Ti.i.k- tint.- i th" i .w. a uruiL'ii guuninice oi curu wun ciry with "The Ro-. r. .whii-1(Happy andconttntl a home ih'I"IhIlx tmxL's. krmnloliit'lillnJfli.hln lur iiarllrulani to llio noliev in thU "" '"' ll) ii'ist event. Olicu n ,.,,.,, , ,., joilXNOX a . chu-- t a lamp wltl. the liCht ollhe mornlne. Ni'U.DulM.r Aitoir. 4'ity niaiir.u, ciimi'axv, inidKArcr lot tint AL..'ti.ttr ttf M.'tutrA. "tuittj uu .turiu nvcunu nirvui, Will Ititllt 111 olio tiling, however. It smi, mi m,iih.IIHiiii I, Vn. Ctak)uucn,rileKwh:lirLaiiiiCo.,NewVork. .w AVER A 6011 uuruuiliotl2i.aiui.iiu Hartford Republican Will (.'mniflwcinl llo(ol$ S Cps'2L - ft -smfa-tjJliffirt1V.V1 ? m &A & -- s I (, tnr fn ,.4A , fVrky) ,swste i ,lrtft??ii1A Sivsf'toi i r. -- v v H-s- .r TvLV1'-- w i,r v -- isSw l - noi-- l 111, I I rKijEEX -- Jll-l , "".. llLim-ilX- tt ' .. I irL3 sats-tt ir- - A &sSjtif i fT Wt)iif::i ".:!:.; i li ESiteMMS- Jisu;. : ! a Woman nay spin. lio iier Isokc II10-.- -. .1111 i I -- 71. ButLv,e;3 f ry M cms& - -- . t) C.Theo.Cain lM n li " r r r 'i mmi' - )', i'. iiJk .i j..'U Ua t 1'll-ll- T .1 T ' J t'liiilct-lliiiH'rlio- xican Vlustans: Liniment, T .... 1?m I -- 'V'p ''.urc for the Ailments ol' Man and Beast. pain reliever. : mm is almost universal by the Housewife, the Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. .o ether application compares with it in efficacy. This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. Mo i.iulicine chest is complete without a bottle of Ml'staxc. Lim.mknt. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers hae it !uti;-testctl '. vell-utunv- A U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. SgoutV -- ly I i t?i ni ,.,.? r,UUU,. n Tl ' r is 1 .1 d- w I I'.-- !, 3i- u- , Nii-.- il - j on (inic dcp.isiN alty. iincivsi paid -, j- fc I , licits your business -t l" a j mmMMMm l d tc-ll- l). Ro-in- e, 'iSDi I I I s'. i Vi ' I 1. 1, i i , - ' . A. JL ' r 8ffiiBuAH0RSE? IB n 0ESHE LU.J '. . rJtHPTOftS MWSTN0TrtljflAGE i , , i i Q ( Go-he- I I . -- fc.wiM?L0Is . ; n 1 wmasasn "' . .4 l!u-iin- rue rrnaRT i i- i- iiii-- n i Pronounced THEHOST HITCH HIM TO 2h y A! To Be IN HKG'DEsPEcfALLYFoREXERCISHNGAWDSPEEDlNG. PERFECT SULKY CART ..., W. S3 I. boWGLAS SHUt, ByAll HORSEMEN .a y USE n nt . - an-otl- Hnrc-iii.lu- i I jPHmHHk For Catalogue- and Pricos, writo tho Manufuoturors, - life-lon- eoni-paris- on wmmmm 1 it-- BRY HOP 1 VFACT ioa THE Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U. S. A, J f I I 1 "Seeing Is Believing ti i3fe ISHTEEAQ WfflVrHn II- .V n. j 1 i F d tSS 1 1 C di-m- al ti-- 3;? Jl I tti tj ntw iilnitrauslcjljli.v'u.-- , vitt"A rich tLrw ru.l 1.13 tlc )oi .jiu 3.1l.v i.. i.r ourojr chos.j I "i! af.'v ' n'c;tr H.ulJ 1bi.'" 'I'1rict 'e ' ''"' '" '""' j'"'1'"' ''"' i:'' " "" '' ""' -,ll: ., u'.irivi'i'f!...... A? .HZ ViJtK 'J r', . . t ...... . M i js;V J must be simple; wlnn it is not simple it is ft 'Vis, not RoodI. Simple, Jjtv:lift:l, (7 v,i these . wi rds r.uan much, but to si.o " ho Hothcster" T) will impress the truth more frc...ily. All metal, 'f52 tough and seamless, r.nd niado i.i three pieces otili'," Like Aladdin's it is gIj.'...'i. MftM 3&$i of i ! 1, it is i.. lecil a "wondT l 'inn" f r its nnr- .. 1.. I .1. v. nn.l ...lntt.. II M .? r..,. Ul.l-- Ul s'H II. III. I; lb U.C. HiUUJ l.l.l r.i3 li l. . softer than electric lijht and ;.. ji . cheerful ilian eidicr. '. rood lamb And a O 4 js ui.iiri-iii,ii..'- f.rlliinrat Vim P.r!irn- - I'l,icli,npileilrrh'in'tlhei;niilna y ,' "' .. w.. .. 6i7facs ib J . utamiiiii iiii ,a rwwurwmna.nr)ai'j Rochestefr,J i iiavaa--i ..... tir !.. UVb, .- .-- ir ....,. r.. mmmm m V. HwesE11"0- mm) WmmoCTQH - - - ii-- A gents Wanted! 'lT .;! 0k TAYLORS 1 .UL DRUGGISTS. lark Jteittep, . I I .SiH;r-- :' ,., I I 150 b'fl rrr-rrf- rt? FOR CHi&ILSA FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AM9 ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. CENTS M?n ro. ST.Lnms M0. lltj lUdlllWI'VIV IHI MVM.ii - i - tw rnrrumn tfiTTiTmansvfrrtjn vrrrrr, RifUfiBPiWM-TA- Yi W I Ett fiUli 1tncfAn?nRY II FOR SALE BY tua .- 'DOu PIF . .j,,.,.,.,,, 0iHENT - HARRIS & REED, n.-a- : u'zz i w i ,,,,, - ". . i-- I