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OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PART? !N TBS FOURTH Republican. C0N0RESS10KAL S1STRICT. TEKUS S1.2S vjjss:- Kiel K SUBSCRIBE kou tiii: L a BARNEIT. N i'inii Fublisheis. ?tr Annum, la Aiunce. $1.25 v? per year. i -ir I. r' mjtcf-- . VOL. IV. Hi tft- HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1892. m KO. 47. . m - ' " re . ' State Direciory i.lWTIllir WASHINGTON. IVoiilt'iit li:i- ilevolcil coiimiI-ciiili- lu lime i!ih wtck.lorcct'iviii;; iimh ('iiiilt!iiiit uilli llit rcliiriiin fi diii iim Niilioinil Coiivi'iilion, i.uiny, oCwIhiiii ill lciiinin licro until next MoiiiIiiv, wIiimi the committee n'iointi'il for lliut purpose will notify the President nl'lii nonr iniition, it ccrciiinny, liy tho iiy, which will luing lofllief n good who ninny proniiiii'iit Itepiihlicutirj, will ti.kc k'.nliiig piiitM in the coining .Miniy of the Dologutcp, cainp.iin'ii. who li.ive ctilliil on the I'riiilcnt vnlid anil woiki'd ngiiiiint hi.-- t iioiiiinii' tiou, hut they have one u ml till as. Mircil him ihut thuy lire nut Mile ovir the result, iiinl that they intend to let the lesiilt of the woik they will do ti him prove the uerlion. Tlie I'lttideiit is oulv mildly interested in the outcome of the Chicago Convention, us he ia thoroughly with : quiet confidence, which iiiiioiiiite iilinu.-- t to conviction, that lliiiri'iu mid Held e.in beat thcxtrong-i'- t ticket the Duiiiuunili can poilily put out il they put a w'eak ticket, us now seenii prohahle, it will hut add to the Republican majority in theelcc toral college. A grand llarriiu mid Rcid meeting h to he held here under the of the Knights of Reciprocity. Among the iipi'iikcr will he Secretmy liiik, Sen ator.i Hale, l'orkiiii mill (lalliiiger, and Ruirow'.of Michigan; Ruiell,uf t'oiinecticiitj U.tl7Vll, 1) diver, Iow.i; Hoiick, .loluii'on. of Indiana, of Tcuiic-"-cc- ; mid It. line-- , of New oik. The of Senator Diihoi-i- of Idaho.for the important duly of making the pecc!i nolihitig the Iicsi a dent of hi iioiinuntion ciimpllmrnt to that gentleman, and is at the tame lime good politics- Tin1 Dolo-t;iili'lor-imil- ly re-ed inlifi-catioRepie-entative-i l'eini-vlvania; , dc-hei- l.i. iilii-ui- t r.llflltj ' ,ii.ilin' tun rii'.r I. .H ' -- III. mil ir...l l.l Willi' Minimi in iiiil iiilin Ill mil.) Wi.l ll mini I. I',!-'" II. II. Hwiiimih .I.IIiii.k .................. I ' ' '' I 'I li'un.i'iH Niilli'iil.llrtli"ln",l(n l.MiinlMf,ijj-- t l!l'..K.liilinMi .piililii'lTlnliT Il.llu i.f Lull .A'ljill.iiitl.iii.'iH 1iv.iitr Imi lliil- ' Yd ii.l tciT-rClrnill I'mirl in-- 5nc:s:o ' llic llli Mmuli) In Mn) I Jii.lx I'liiiTiiii.iiiti'tiiiin.Mi.iiiii) fiiiiinir-i"ii'- .Vivendi!. T (j, cos-z.t- t I,.,!.,. AltnlliM m'.Vmii.v:: ... . crv'.M' t .,,"';",'' Ill il.lwi. I. It) il. HI w I liilllmill ii ii ,1'l.ilti ' ' l'"ri II Jdllrr. - . .. 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III. 1A"ii. in, lii" ii, in. t.ttti. in, pupil the beciine advi'cr how, before I was awaieofit, I came to depend upon her, until imperceptibly all the financial iii'inageiuent of the hiMiicsd hud rolled from mine, on to the of the lining gill. i it any wonder that the inrss.igp filled my heart with such deep, deep s it mi uouder that it it soi row? a i hard to realize that I will never see mid talk with her again, that we will never bend over the same ledger or together ilieu- -j ipiertion of Vi", it is even so, the again? me all balanced the books the tiled pen is laid aside nre elo-e- d What a remill Heilha is at ic.--t. markable woman she was what won-de- i ful intellect what keen perceptions what iiidiiinnitiible energy. Of all tliegulsor boys of all the women or men, win held positions with nip, in the couise of a thirty year's htisitic.-s- , she stood, in eveiv respect, them head mid shouldcis above heart mid all. As for her goodnes-'opuiity of character, nothing, that the moit gifted might wiite or say, could add to the beauty that gathers about her name. Above all, she was with a sinijl) trusting a Uuistian faith that never wavered. e As the years shall roll on, mid ;irls shall grow to womanhood 'ii the dcai old town where her beautiful life's story was wiittpn, fathers ami Itiotheis, in the uurseiles mid mound their hearthstones; will gather their little ones together, to lepeat the story, and hold up, as the biightest model oreiiuilatiiiiijtlie life anil charone of the acter of llerlha tiib-ostronger thn purest and best that Ay, ever graced her native town. when other names shall have been forgotten, lowin?, people, yet unborn, with piide will s.iy to the passing Heic lleithn Ciilnou was stranger: horn, here her beautiful lifu wasspout, and here her ashes sleep, mid there is one of whom, the pioiidest tfiingvlliut men may say of him will be, that rd of the life of this lovely gill was spent in intimate association & W A- with hiip. cduii-i-cllnri- inil -s lit-tln, one-thi- , I ii.Hn.in. ".,n- 1" .'! ni. fl:m . in- Qwenshoro, Ivy., May, lU """ Il.iuii.in. 11 -- ' n. in. " I'1"'1 1'. i". l.i p. in. il''' I' '"' '. 'IV in, Sunday Sahaol Essay. .irtp. in, I'ii'IiiI 7.11 1.. ,k'' ' Al. bmlHillli I)i0i.m, '' Tallin .N". SI Hli'l N". SJ liiil.u ciiniiiHtl'iii ut IriliiKtniilSiiHiliyiimiiKil) ?llli li.iln"n Lonl. H'I illlc, HiirliiMlmrir A MiiUrn It. H.i Imiiml. l'or fiirthi'i liilnriiiiitloii.uililuBn 11. r, Mdiini'i:, (ivn. hi'r ak'. rt rt I...iiltillr, IC). imowK'ij jp.o:: lUTrnuc At.JiA:;Aa . . frr jnm ....! n I'.i l liiir lIcllclouHCinMly Uunply urn! iiulclsly iiniomu. lhU liooH BluunuyutUru 1. UUU Ullt;iui nimvw Woman's work in Sunday School is as her lifu, that of a leavening influence. Ilersuhmissivciicss not only to the will ot God, but to the infliienco of circumstances especially prefers her for puch work. Her presence mid her influence may properly bo elssilied nstt part of her wotk. Belter attendanco is stimulated mid better order and interest 'realized by the presence mid influence of woman. A truo Clnistian woman's work in much better than Harrison's lnsquit June 1(5. Children's Day was obthat the or Cleveland's light-brea- d served Juno the 12th, at the M. E. name will not bo in the way. Church with great success. Tho obRrroitMiiit. servance of this day is to raise money to aid the educational interests of the Successful Trainer. B. Hatchings, of Danville, who Church, and give assistance to worthy A. ' bad such success tho past summer in students, who are anxious to obtain a good education, but have not the uec-- 1 the Hluo Grass Circuit with Evangeline, Mimic, Hixie McGregor and essury means to do so. Last year ' 57,000 was raised, and l.Otifl stuotberu, writes: "I have used Quinii's Money is not giv- dents was assisted Ointment for some time and think all others, for Bog; cu to the students, but is advanced to it superior to loan and they aro expected Spavins, Puffs ami Curlu, it bus no them as a to pay it back when they become able equal." Try it.. to do so. Derived Prom The The Church on this occasion was Benefits beautifulv decorated with flowers and Sunday School. (Written by K.K. Shults, for tho The exercises began Talking of patent medicines -- ou SulphiirSpriiifrs Sunday School, Juno with a song of welcome aud acrostic know tho old prejudice. And the "112.) by the infant class, lbc important Doctors soiiio of thorn are between To enumerate nil of tho bone-fi- ts exercise of the day was the "League which are derived from the Sunion mid us. They would like you Short addresses were of Honor." to think that what' cured thousands day School is a grandest task than made on these subjects, viz.: Honor won't cum you. Voti'd belimii in I have either had timo or eared to Yourself, donor the Bible, Honor the patent medicines if they didn't pro- undertake, and to have read it bore Church, Honor the Sabbath, Honor and so, befess to euro uvorythinij would haie consumed more of your Tempcrence, Honor your Parents, tween the experiments of Doctors, timo than I would have wished to Honor Truth, Honor Knowledge and unil the experiments of patent medconsume. This subject in itsentire-t- y Christ. As each scholar recited his icines that are sold only because includes all of the benefits either piece a plank on which was his sub-je- ct there's money in tho "stuff" you direct or indirect to all of those who ni goltl or silver letters was placlooio faith in everything;. attend the Sunday School and it even ed by the master workman upon the And, you can't always tell the embraces thisu u ho are inf luetico i by face of a Pyramid that had been that cures by what you those more directly influenced; built on the alter When the Pyraread in the papers. So, peihups, hence, I shall only speak of the benmid was completed its bow was Honly. thorn's, no better way to sell a rum efits in a general sense and not or Yourself, and the cap stone was than to tell tho titith about it, is not Honor Christ. e ly, The Sunday School The exercises were and take the risk of its doing" just only beneficial in that which it does, interspersed with beautiful songs that what it professes to do. but it is also beneficial in that were well sung. The collection That's what the Vor!d,s Dispenwhich it prevents from being done. amounted to $14.02. sary Medical Association, of Buffalo, Many of the young people, no maOur little boom has collapsed. Tho N. V., does with Dr. l'ierco's Goltter however moral, were it not for hope that we were to get n barrol facden Medical Discovery and Dr. the Sunday School, would be spend tory has vanished. It will be put up Pierce's Knvorito Prescription. . in some at HnrucdVStatioii, a ing theiniirfS in idleness or If they don't do what their maksport which it would not bo right to railroad town about 4 miles South of ers say they'll do you jet your oiii'iiiro in on the Sabbath. The old. our town. Quito a number of our citizens weut money hack. at least some of thoin, would be sleeping in the shade or bo sleep- to Cloverport on tho Breckenridge ily yawning around and bo reading News excursion trains. June I.'l. I notice that the Miss Hattie May returned home of anything that would of Juno 3d contained quito not thinking from Shelbyville, June the 10th, add to tboir prosont or future haptin nblo article from one ''Wild Uil1" thc.ni more useful to where she had been attending school. from the Falls of Rough, in reply to piness or make School She was accompanied by her friend, my rointminifntio'i some time iito, the. world, Tho Sunday Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. U, Depsrtnisnt ol Miss Kent, of Texas. Kentucky, ineelsat Uartlord,K),, second Saturday Simple Framing. He says that we have phowers of brings all alike together. From tho lu each month at Ir.s, v John P. Ilasweli returned from a lessons recited, in which all should 0. M. IL is sir, Captain. Cabinet sized photographs may bo men who once belonged to the Peovisit to Ins old home at Circliville, prettily framed in this way. Get Jn. L. Kowt. Sergeant. of tho ple's Piirty,but have quit the new par- engage, all learn something Ohio, June the 10th. from tip glazier glass cut just tho ty and gone back to the old parties contonts of the Bible, and the teachGr. --A.. 32. Miss Clara Morris, of Big Springs, size of the picture, two glasses for as Paul mid Silas did to tho Plidlip-pian- s, ings of Christ. Since reading and visited Miss Cathorino Eskridgo last each picture. On ono of them arJ. Wits Gusnill Pout, No. 8, lVpsrlaunt of range and fasten by gum water at KentmUy, meets svery third Saturday at 1 o'clock crying: "what shall we do to hoarinv; leads to knowledge, knowl-elr- o week. Leitclitleld, Ky. tho bock any pretty little group ot r. ,, iu to wiul mi, wisloai to full besaved."Now,Mr.Rill,I think thatyou P. 8. llii'Kts.Coio. Miss Anna Gardner, who has been pressed flowers and leaves, butterand understanding to teaching at Union College, Barbour-vill- cups or ponsios, small forns or four S.A.MtSuaar.AdJ. arc not as well informed in the scriptures as you think you are in politics. action, wo must reasonably conKy., returned home June, 15th. leafed clovers, anything that is easily I'sura Mmton Post No. I, Deparlmenlof pressed and retains a good color. Paul and Silas did not go to the Jail- clude that tins final saving of souls meets every Saturday before the second Will Lennore, of this place, aud l or inquiring the way of life, but the is increased in numbers bv such Miss Nora Smith, fonip rly of this There may bo a cluster in each cor- Sunday at 10 o'clock A. m. In thecourt-houi- s ner, or in ono upper and ono lower P.C. Jailor went to them crying what work. Even the children learn of place, were married at Stepheusport, corner. Ploco the second gloss di- Hartford, Ky. Adj. J.C. Cumsisus, J. M. Uunor, . ' shall I do tube saved. Turn to Acts simplicity of the way of serving Wednesday, June 10th. rectly over tho first to protect it, and1 ii l torn . behind both tho photograph. Their we will say God and the path is mada plain Now, IJro. Bill, Meade county, is atR. Burch, of frame the ribbon for hanging up, QJU to yuii and your colleagues as Paul which many learu to travel. A tending the Normal. simply xoetcn tho whole together mid Silas did to tho Jailor: Do thy higher standard of manhood is causR. W. Cox has been confined to his with a small brass or wire clasp' at self no harm for we arc all here ed to take hold of the mind of all bed for the last two or three weeks. each side and end. The large hooH' that aro sometimes used on cloak fThAV and have fixed the time and place and the general average of all is He is very weak. might answer for clasps, if tho glass Baptism, which will be in raised, oven the littu children to soonlor your Miss Ella Goodson gave a coucert is not too thick. Youth's CompankhveTo. V November ut a convenient place long er lay aside the wuys of more nt Cloverport, Wednesday night, ion. Keen)ieiided as Mi Beat. IX distance upSalt River. "You say that matured manhood and womanhood. June, 13th. tae Miaa, Plymouth Co , I., May, 188). Sorting Aaltr. I suffered from temporary sleeplessness from the Peoples Party men havo cut their V. G. Babbagc, Milton Attorneys Through the week tho tiresome When gathered amber is sorted overnork for two years, for which I used Pastor and washed their robes and and can recommend ssao routine of work and facing thn Board aud John P. Haswel), Jr., at- thy pale pieces go to the pipemakors Koenlg's Nerve Tonlo,for similar troubles. as the best medicine made them white." You are right P. D0I1N110EST. sterner realities of life is calculated tended the Magistrate Courts in the of Turkey, Arabia, Egypt and Le vant, tho light bone colored and about that, for when we were in the Cuasct, Tenn., October, IBM. to make the strongest heart grow oounty last week. Owing to a runaway about a year ago, my ion veined pieces to tho ornament mak old parties we were like yourself we The tenth National Republican era of Italy; the full yellow to innei was thrown from a wagon and severely hurt weak and loose sight of the picture. about the bead. For many days Us was entirely blind teeth (prejuhad nothing but On Sunday afternoon when all are Convention proved itself a wise aud Africa and the South Seu islands foi beside himself and raving, and needed coaUnaal dice) mid we would advise you to Urn I learned of Pastor Koewatching. of assembled in the Sunday. School conservative body. By the nomina- the ornamentation grades tho dusky nlg's NerveAt this and atonoa ordered a bottto. belles, and the finer to France, After I bad Tonta him the seoond dose be faU have them blind teeth drawn immedigiven for the Time being, tion ot Mr, Harrison victory is again England ami the United States. Tho into a quiet sleep and ceased raving. The) next ately bctnro they entirely destroy your wo are expected in when aside those cares and put within easy leach at the polls water amber is uearly till "clear;" day ha was much butter, and he washe had used You admit that our robes at loatit, to lay vision. entirely fall tho mine amber is generally tho up the con tents of the bottle VU&U UEKHKWKH. trials of the week mid as it were, November. Iu the struggle this so atlll. and la have been washed white. We confets tho Republican party will assure the "clouded." An average price at tho -- A Valuable lloolc an Marrows lilacuiae seut free to any address. that while we letnaincd in tho old open tho .curtain mid walk into offensive and the Democrntio party mine is four dollars per pound, but irno uuwa God's earthly parlor where the bright fine varieties uud pieces run up to FREE ana lioor pausnis csa cliarge. nils inoillcliie free of parties that our robes were stained tho defensive. The Republicans unit fancy prices. Tho total production This remedr has been umpired by the Itavsrend Warue. In4. sims Uhs. sna with prejudice, and all manner of side of the picture awaits our Psmor Koenlg. uf ed on tho questions of finance, and on in 1890 amounted to 4,4 11,000 pounds, fs now prepared undoruls direction by the black spots that tho Republicans and coming. One of the beit lu sons the question of protection to Amer- i- ond this bids fair to bo largely in KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. lj- irt ruin nwinrA.1 Democrats are yet here, but when to be taught in the S. S. in tho .auuui-vuII. II tlc-Bl'l. can industries, Sold byDruwrtsU nt 1 per Dottle. OfcrM we had torn ourselves loose from tho fact that the best and most worthy XrcSlM.1.73. 6 UotUei fer SO. has been tried and is not fouud wantHe llroko Up Hie Game. are not those who are free from political boys, we cut our by the ing. The great fevor created In public, as well us in private, one and was able to see our former de- life's soreit trials, but there are Democratic party last fall in regard should over bo mindful of tho rights (1ST II qciuTT. orriiqcmiTT. plorable and degraded condition. those who, when surrounded by the clergyto this bill, has beeu proven iu tho of others. Not long since a Mr. Hill, you speak of so many most discouraging circumstances, man, accompanied by two young la- light of its benefit to labor and manu Show can cheerfully face it all and say? men leaving tho new party. facturiDg, to have beeu n pack of , tlio hour of miduicht. yet they had mo one that left and I will show you "All is woll." Certainly the bencampaign lies. The Republicans will not ordered their sleeping berths five new converts to it. It is only u efits derived from tho Sunday Sohool nush the ii He it on this point: whilst . mauo up. insieau, uiey were iuiuB' CREAM man occiiniuuly that had au nxo to are moasurud by the work done. ing in a gamo of words trying to the Democrats, as usual, will shut see who could think of tho most be found no ono in If the attendance is small and the grind, but when arottud and try to find tenable words that begin with this or that the now party that was willing to interest weak, tho good accomplishgrounds. Iu this they will fail. It letter. turn the political grind.stuuo, ho like ed will, of courso, be very little; now becomes the duty of the party in YEARS Thoy spent hulf an hour or more FOR tho sow, returned to her wallowing henco tho necessity of it good attendon "A," and then wont to "B" with Has led all Worm Remedies. this comity to organize thoroughly. , a freshness that seemed to indicate place, ami the dog to his vomit. ance and of all engaging in the EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Clubs should be .formed in every that thoy intended, despite tho lateCousin Bill seems to be interested work. Tho people ness of tho hour, to go to tho end of mtena SOLD EVEItYWHERE. District. W. CO.. ST.UtH. Magisterial ky aillUlMQs.THUH about the enormous sums of nionoy was In early childhood days tho seed of should be educated in the principles tho alphabet. At any rate, that ' that tho People's Party have paid out the imnression thoy gavo to tho tirod good arc sown in tho child's mipd by taught by our party. man in tho berth qppoaite, who was for initiation fees, quarterly dues; I Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Bonuer, of trying in vain to sloop. the instruction nod example of the ro TIIKl0D, j will inform him that ho is behind the digestion Weakness. Malaria, parent. Tho Sunday School acts as a Cloverport. announced through the , Presently thora came a lull, when i"e , mow prrrp: . times, for tho Peoplo's Party pays no 'rFcwN roc cultivator to tho little germ and cutis-- News ot .In no the 15th, tho engage- none of the three seemed able to It cures w'cTly. miabr ah J- - t dues or initiation fees, but F. L. U. lb genuine. think of another D. Tho tired man Bhftdlflnft it to grow. Kvil association mid ment of their daughter, Catharine, to cs took advantage of tho lull. Parting pay both, and a great many belong to iutueuces often prey upon the little W.J. Shermau, of Dallas, Texas. his curtain tho least bit of a space, do not belong to the new party that at hose with sprig of good, but h good Sunday The wedding will take place July he shouted: pala. Book ef(uj. tho Union, and somo beloug to the "And 'bores,' Bir 'boreal'" Harat the Methodist Church. do not voto with tho now School will pluck these away as a Union that M.woo per's Young People. Rouin Hood. parly. So, Bro. Will, if tho money good gardener plucks the needs from - the .Sunday School can not he fully estimated nor too much appreciated. As she is truly the child's first teach of er nroiindj the hearth-sto- ne home, so should she he in the bun-d- ay School. Her characteristics are siieh wink. Her kind mid sympathetic spiiit especially prepares her for the care of the little boys mid girls in the Sunday Schools. Karly impressions are truly said to be the most lasting, therefore, the more necessary it is that the first impressions should be pure and noble in their effect. Certainly there is no fuctor in tho Sunday School that can equal woman in this When purity modesty and work. love are as essential to the success of the teacher as they are in the Sun day School, certainly no one can be found who is better qualified than woman. Of all achievements in life, whether great or small woman has al ways home her part. She never shrinks the performance of duty, but is always loutid at her post. Tho pious, christian woman, who has given much of her time to the study of God's word, is always a potent factor for good in the Sunday School. Her wholo soul is always giveu to the work and her pious life gives force Woman to her advice and counsel. is the Chemists Crucible to the Sunday School, she purifies and ennoLi da Maktin. bles. is what hinders you, come along, you shall bo admitted without money and without price. But a great many men nre like the boy thai was eating and crying, and when asked what was the matter, he said that they were out of flower and ho had to . eat "Well, don't you like it," be said. Yes ho liked it betif it was nut ter than' he did t for the name of it. The old parties are about out of any issue and some are crying because they will have to endorse tho Peoplo's Party Platform. Never mind friend, Bill, we will employ a new set of millers for tho old government mill in November, anil they will make such good meal that corn-bcracorn-Ureadbis-qui- This is his flowers or vegetables. equally true of tho old. They are more mature, but none who yet live arc fully mature for God. All stand in need of the teachings of Go i's word which nro to be had nt (he Sunday School. It is just as essential that the seed sown in the minds of the old should mature as it is that those pown in the child's mind should All need the leavening ingrow. fliienco ni the Sunday School. I will close by stating a proposition in mathematics, which covers all of the ground included in my subject in its fullest sense. The sum of all of the good accomplished by tho Sunday School the winning souls for Christ. THIEVING Women WW "HOUSE HUNTER3. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Perfple's Party corn-bre- ad will be eo HARDINSBURGr I I I i evcr-green- s. I -., spe-cifie- little-dried-u- prentIs. AT LAW, of Pacific and Novins streetfl, Brooklyn, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. have been victimized by two female thiovcfl, who nre employing an enM.UlrNN. J.f. X. WIDDIMa. tirely new method to get into houses. Ss Tho robberies have nil been small, but there have been many of them. HARTFORD, KY. Tho women are both good looking, (Office, over AnJeron' lUtnur.) aro clover tnlkers, dress well, and Will irncllte their profo.nion Hlltliecovrtii hnvo an unlimited amount of assur Ohio mill atljolaintf countiei, ntnlIncourt or Appeal o anco. They ring tho doorbell of a Spttial Attention tiven to criminal practice aid Tlnttlj house, and when n servant appears oolle. tlont, walk in and demand to see tho house. . 3"a,m.es They explain their request to tho astonished servant by exhibiting a regularly signed jiermit, by a HARTFORD, KY. house agent. Will practice li'a profen.lon In Ohio an. I aiUola. Tho servant lcavee thorn to with her mistress, they ingcountiea, and Hie court of Aiieala, specw j;lven to then stroll around tho houso on thoir attentionnorth si.tecollections. Office puMic nquar. r Tlr own hook, picking up anything of value thoy enn carry. Two houses K. 0. OUKKY. H. I). KINlJO. wero visited in this way in ono day o-ff7Ss about two weeks ngo. In tho first tho woman showed n permit, signed by a Flatbash avenue real estate Will iraclec n all court of Olnfi .mil adjoining man, to the nervnnt who answered uuiitli-i"- , anil In Mtiptrlur Court and t'onrt of Appeal.. Collettions and their ring, and said thoy wero going to, unite, No. V, over all li'i'nl limine,. attandM Auileraon'i Hatnar, through the house. The servant reKy. v 7ljr-fused to lot them in, but they pushed by her and stood in the hull. "We have u jiermit to see the ATIORHET AT LAW, house," they miid. "But this house is not to let," expostulated tho servant. "There must bo somo mistake." "Hero's the permit," said one of l. S. ed.dLisr, the women, and she bunded tho girl a slip of papor on which was written a request that the bearers bo allowed to inspect the premises nt No. (Office In CrawUcr Iluildinf .) Pacific street. "Tnko it toyour misWilt practice Ma profenlon In all the courts of tress," said tho woman. Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notary Tho girl went up stairs and soon Public came down again accompanied by her mistress. Tho houso hunters, IMI. Xj. XXea-rrrix.- , however, wero nowhero to bo seen. ATTORNEY AT LAW, They wore not in the hall, and a glance around did not disclose their whereabouts. Tho mistress walked Will practice hia profetiilon in all the Courli ot into tho parlor wondering what could Ohio and adjoining lountiee, and In the Court of . Special attention given tocollectiou. havo become of her strange visitors, Office, over Willlami, Hell & Co' drug.tora. when, to her astonishment, sho saw tho two women coolly walking around the parlors examining tilings as though thoy belonged there. When she demanded to know what they meant by such conduct, thoy answered Unit thoy wore merely looking around. Thoy had a permit, thoy said, which they had given to tho servant. Tho mistress became highly indignant, and said that the permit gavo them no right to go prowling around tho houso alono. "Besides," sho went on, "this house h not to rent, and another thing, Mr. Tuit is not tho ugent of this house." "What I" exclaimed ono of tho OFFICE OVERBED FRONT women, "isn't this No. I" Is prepared to do all kinds of "No," answered tho lady, giving the right number of tho houso. Dental work at reasonable prices. Tho women then made profuse apologies and left. After thoy had gone it was discovered that a child's A. J. SLATON, M. D., openfaco silver watch, which had & been lying on a table, and several Formerly of Millwood, now locate I at Leitth-Helpieces of wero missing. offers Ins nrofeMional services to the peopla The case was not reported to tho police That saino day a house not a UruysonAtu) adjoining counties. OIBno in Sllj (the Dr. lladeo property.) stono's throw away was visited by tho same women, and fifteen out of a collection of souvenir spoons, which SECRET ORDERS. were In a cabinet, were missed after thoy had left. Now York Sun. ATTORNEY G-leii-- AgmU ti l.'mrulne llounri. Peofrlo living in tho vicinity tt Force PerinlU by 4Ual E. T. E d."win Eo"we J. !liw3rep "W"ed.dner, bul Sraitli, Attorney at Law, ?igro, Attorneys at Law. Hart-for- Perry Westerfield Attorney at Law, ia.s,?osid, xrsr. rtn-ttl- j Hartford, Ky. Apn-aU- DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, bric-a-bra- c Sons of "Veterana.. Courl-IIous- e, xvi-IlO- mMgffl jf' IB i'H " eye-teet- h .!,.!.--;.,!- .. 1 W. eye-teet- WORMS! WHITE'S V tnmlrnjyil 20 t4 1 OK I Hi ,. 1'UM Hartford Republican !UBM8!1ED V.S'KUV FI1IUAY MOH.VIXCI. JO. I v. .n, JO .n? 'iixiiyi'rr, K'",or "'"' I'rorr,,,,"r FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 18M. R Republican Ticket. ion niimiii r. Clayton L. Woodward. rou Tiik name lillci lificial lamb is i Septimus T. Stovons. of the itriir n.r.itu, November simply Cleveland. sac-- . ll but on 01 1ts Harrison and Cleveland again, but after November it will be only. Hanis-o- Ti and lhirl Ti Tin: Outlook is the name of a new and newsy little independent paper" at Barbourville. Tin: lightning struck a store-house ml' and of w .V in Parmleysville, near Somerset, Ky., three persons and injured fifty-fo- ur of whom cannot recover. A man by the name of Delkmuker from Louisville was hold up in broad open daylight m New Albany, Ind., He was on and robbed of S5,o00. his way to buy a farm. from opei and his i Y igati laid road i Gun A' Wi: will soon have igation on Rough River. Theu if we had a pike to Beaver Dam the railroads might go to Halifax or New Ouiuea so far as Hartford cares. slack-wate- r nav- His head Is large, too. nt the earliest possible moment) and to bo large. pushed both day and night until, There is nothing short about Lang-lorHe is all wool and a yard completed. wide. The Republicans did not stay CONGRESSIONAL RACE. . to hear Bro. Langford. They adThe race for Congress in thu Fourth journed to the City Hall, where a District this fall promises to be the county Chairman, Committee and most hotly contested fight ever witSccrcretary where chosen. Mr. Reunessed here. The Democrats heretoben Millei, of Clovcrport, was chosen fore have bad their own way, but, if Chairman and Jesse 11. Kskridge.Sec-retary- . we mistake not the temper ot the ReMessrs. John P. Haswcll, publicans of the District, the opposiJr., LconardOdge,Owen Cunningham, tion will be given plenty to do in the James I. Hall, R. M. Jolly ami way of defending their rickety old Wesley D. Smith were chosen ship. Already the contest is on for Chairman iu their respective disthe nomination on either side. Hon. tricts. The party can be congratulatII. II. Smith is making it very inter- ed on securing this committee. It is esting for the Hon. Mr. Montgomery, now the duty of every Republican to while the Rev. K. M. MeMiilin, of go to work. Roiii.v Hood. .Lebanon, has begun n campaign for tho Republican nomination. Judge Alliance Mooting. Milhy, of Green; Hon. Charles Wan-for- d, The Farmer Alliance and IndusBrcekcuridge, and our own of trial 1111011 of Ohio county will hold Col. J. S. II. Wedding have been its next session with Mt. Pleasant mentioned for the place (he latter, Union Church three miles South of however, most favorably. But cither Roiiic on tho Cromwell and Rosinc one of these would make the canvass 7 a cry hot one on the stump for tho road, July and 8. Welcome Address. Response B. opposing nominee. With a stead , energetic cllort on the part of the Re- F. Bartlctt. Need of more Money publicans of every county in the Dis- J. C. Townseud. The Alliance and What trict, the Democratic majority ca't bo Religion T. II. B.iluiain, have wo done Thos.St. Clair, greatly reduced, and it is not impossiJ. W. Rogers, District Lecturer, ble for the Republican candidate to 11. C. Stevens, District OrganizLet the Republicans de- with be elected. will be present. This will be ono termine who is the be.--t man for the er place, nominate him and make a fight of the mojt interesting also most imfor him. This thing of a Democratic portant meetings ever held in the All wanting walk-ove- r every two years needs to county. be done away with and 1H!)'2 .is the blanks for report, address, G. W. Yates, Westerfield. Ky. time to begin. J. P. Miu.i:it,Piesider.t, V.& L. U. ss sub-Uuio- POINT' PLEASANT. Here wocoino with iiliur-ra- h for Harrison and Reid and proud we are of our leaders, but wo must not forget our county ticket, for such men as Woodward and Stevens must not be defeated. Some of our Dein ocra'.s lire trying to make u believe that they are goiu to be sue- rcssful iu this campaign, but, believe it not. Tho Democrats here are very fond ot (Flower,) but they are afraid the Republicans will scorch it fur them and a Democrat terribly dislikes his Vtiti lrt rtititi lirnn ltd tiff tnnainil ocrats, keep it out ofthe fire, for your leaders in this coming fight will not be a iu a garret t against such men as Harrison and Reid, Our young friend, Bertie Buskill, Point, who lias' been attending scimol at Livermore, came honie Fii-- ' day, bringing thu Gold Medal with him, having won it for regular time, conduct mid scholarship. Success to you Bert in your future work, go on and up. James Hudson, wife and son, made a two weeks visit to friends and relatives hero recently. B. B. Shacklett, our genial blacksmith, intends hoarding the .1. C. Kerr, very soon a; watchman. Prot. II. II. Davis is helping Shacklett iu his b'.acksmitbing' this week, lie is going to put a harder muscle on his arm, to be ready for the fall 1 cat-bir- d y, RO0KPORT. Rev. J. F. Mitchell left Wednes- day for Louisville. Miss Kddie Klllott, Hopkiusvillc, was iu Rockport for a few hours last Saturday. Mis Ma Godhey. Ceiitcrtown, is visiting Miss Gcorgic Reid. Misses May me Hay, Julia Reno, Greenville, arc visiting Miss Annie Jackson. B. P. Williams and Chas. Meek, Louisville, were in town the first of the week I H'slCl-ME-l It June 20. MllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIH1IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll""Hi"" "" rr-" i-". Si r" frj USii"E.iCL.C. mk; (lllrknrr lroo ofJny.i:ivNi.)lliiclne,K,Miil ' "'K or to jeurn ntuiidlDK, iroai nJ )Tr old liny, "-- Mil. J. I. Cask, Fiirin. homo Itli turco itrpucniioDi ui . ! QUINN'S OINTMENT. nitliol)-tiirep(vrntloi- i . I A KaWi!lTIUI,lt """' IniMI'VriJl MjfflTli Uom ni.1 kw "" iirurui ri'iuHiiui-inn'ehaie humlrriltriuih rrlrr.SI.M licrliiiltlc. Aili)ourarui!lirurl(.rll Iflif K mam nr Ml w r. fur I ui. t tiBecriiicdorhfri J . t - w' , "' ' :iiv "'-- Ii wiui H' iV. .v-- ., i iiiiinimiiiiimiii wi.iu'iiuii.x. v. '. Hi tm , Yitlil IHiildtld CI rnn 11 1 In f T.- - ' ( ' tel, was in town for u day. oi our good About seventy-liv- e people went to Rochester Saturday on the excursion boat, J. 0. Kerr. Rock-ofth- e They report a pleasant time. port Comet Band furnished the mugie. We will doubtless ,have many exclusions before (he summer ends. Ki.isi:. E Do you know that a little couh is a daugerout J tiling? Aro you aware tliatit often fMtcn on the j lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and. ends In Death? People MllTcrini; from Aitlumt.l Ilmncliitis. Pueumouu and Coiuumiitlo will aUj tell you that WHY 00 YOU COUGH? ,,a 6y IIITCTMBTrnilfITU 11 10 1 I Tax Notice! Your taxes for year 1892 arc now due and unpaid and as 1 have been delayed in the Colds and Consumption is Ieyond question tho jcreAtmt of all Modern Itemedics? It will ston a Couch hi one nlglit. It will check a Cold hi 'a day It will prereut Croup, relievo Ait lima and euro Consumption if taken " You can't affoiil to lx without it." A 25 cent IkUIIo mav mvc you I in time, V&IOO in nnofnrV liillii fur It. I r ni!i- - k'lvn mlr lift. I At.tr viilll- - ilrili-iriI ... M .. . 1.. .... V...... .. .1.1 f.... I..U.1? It l!i..ti.M ! t- 'for DR. Coughs, :! Ht ACKER'S r. . with so serious a matter Mil iriinnuukUi oinnicuneglect win you iria urn you ouoru A II ENGLISH REMEDY U'l-it.-l- Are you aware nut 11 1 II-- .!: M N I! I I I I I I I I I II I . C S collection for more than (50 days by the will expect you to call on me or my deputies and settle at once. Legislature, I 5 5 school. AI. Tanner closed an interesting thru? months school at this place on rovfeastefess aiais CSrf fR.CrHLLS,MALAryA UNION. Farmers aro heiiininir, to cut their wheat. Com is looking well. eloped i .Miss Ophelia Meven successful School at this tilacu Fri- t with a ni..., ,it,.rti.m.......t niirht. The exercises onened with a M)iif, "Good Niijlit," Mini; liy the school, followed by recitations and dialogues, interspersed by some nice music on the eeordion by Mr. Guy Stateler and closed with a "oni, "Good Bye" which was sunj; by the "school. Prof. Uoyco Taylor's school at Cooper's Seoolhoiiu closed Saturday with an examination which was very interesting. C. S. Taylor and Mel vin Taylor each made a very interestini; speech, followed by Dunham Hoeker, who with a few appropriate remarks awarded the pries. Ouo to Mr. Claud Stevens for most prompt attendance, one to Mi's- - Cly-d- io Taylor for highest number of head-uir- ks and one to Mr. Jo. 15. l'oer-,Sr.- , for best rradu. Tho Prof, then iimde tho closing address. Born, to the wifu of Willie Docker, June l."i, a boy, to tho wife of Mason Taylor, June 1(5, a boy. Misses Ulfio and Olive Chapman attended the ice cream supper thu 1. Mr. S. C. Slovens spent a few days iu our midst last week, took in the entertainment at Union Friday niiht and Cooper' s Saturday night. S.15.F 0. -. 1 Groi the l'res him and clan o'clock yesterday morning At Grover Cleveland was nominated for the third time in succession for the Presidency. The first ballot gave him the overwhelming vote oftJlt,, and a few minutes later he was de'1:150 June clared the nominee by acclamation. KvintY neighborhood m Ohio county should have a Republican club. Boys, bestir yourselves and begin the good work. Your country needs your services and influence. Harrison and E ty si Boyi good scrvi Keid they Ohio pull it. Ti couu IIoui the J ty C spcec Reid may not carry Kentucky, but they should most assuredly carry Ohio county, and with a long, strong pull by the Republicans they will do it. Tin: Republicans of Brecken ridge comity held a convention at the Court House in Hardinsburg Monday for the counthe purpose of ty Committee, but after Mc.Milliu's by the speecli a one horse wind-b- ag name of Langford was lugged in by outside parties to make a Third Tarty speech, and the Republicans had to repair to the City Hall to complete the work of their convention. iiann ouUl speee repai the v Su attac Kosil euerj hard at th the r (luce: done she v Succi Suni)i:xi.Y the railroad fever has attacked our neighboring little city of Rosine with great violeuce, and the euergetic citizens are making a strong, hard pull to secure the Fordsvilleroad They have secured at their place. the right of way and 0,000 as inducements. W Hartford would have KINDERHOOK. June 20 Wheat harvest will soon done as well ill proportion to ability she would have had a road years ago. be here and fanners will be very Success to you, Roiue. I'usy for awhile. Tin: first number of the Illwlralcd Kentuckhn, a new monthly journal, devoted to art, literature, education and general information, has reached ourollice. It will fill a long felt want in Kentucky Journalism. The first page contains the likeness of five popular Bluegrass beauties, and our own former citi.en, Gen. S. K. Hill, has an able article onCiusaraudBonaparte. We wish the Ktntuckian the abundant success its merit deserves. Lexington is a fit locality for hucIi an enterprise. Til A'oid devol and c our oi in Kc page lar J f'oniK an ah We v succe is a fi Km s K.mmonm Bi.aink, son of the ofState,died at Chicago last Saturday. He w He was the pride of his father and a you a young man of promise. Speaking says: of tin of the affair the Ckiiricr-Jbitrn"The "The death of Mr. Emmons Blaine quieti quiets for the moment all political antagonism and arouses amjing the peotagoti pie a ple a feeling of profound compassion. air. 1 Mr. Blaine is a man stiong in his and devoted to his family. lectio He hi He has parsed his life iu political drug) struggles, and has looked to the lam ly cii ly circle for comfort and strength. One i One shadow after another has fallen across across his path; one support after another other has been removed, but iu his of retire retirement he has the sympi syinpatby,and kind wishes from all of his fei his fellow citicus regardless of political i ical association. Deatli silences all ouiuit enmity, and sorrow too deep for words wins wins the respect of all." ofSta ai James A. Caldwell, Seven Gums, Union county, made his daughter, Mr. Joseph Foster, a pleasant visit last week. Mrs. Bettie Maple has returned home fioni Rockport, where she has been visiting her son, S. O. Maple. Mrs. Sallie Wicrner, Hartford, visited tier daughter, Mrs. J. II. Patton, the first of last week. D.K.Miller and sister, Miss Carrie, attended Sunday School at Alexander one Sunday not long since. W. II. Barnes will probably teach the fall school at Alexander. We are expecting to have a good school. Oh, my! How nice Dr. Pirtle did look as he passed through Kinder-hoo- k He cerone day hint week. tainly was on his road to Owensboro, from the smile that overspread his face. C. W.Ashley and Mis.s Natley were quietly married at Ben-nett the home of the bride Sunday evening iu the presence of a few friends. May they prosper and have a long and happy life, is the wish of Daisy Di:am:. McMillin Speaks. According to announcement, Mr. McMillin, of Lebanon, addressed the Republicans of Brecken-lidycounty at the Court lloiisoon the 20th. The political isucs ot the day were dUeuscd 1'ioin a Republican The speaker made somo standpoint. good hits and was heartily applauded at times. Tho utter incompetence of the Democratic Legislature and Hoiiso of Representatives, to trans act business was shown forcibly. Their straddling policy on tho Tur-- ' iH'qucstiou was exposed to the satis faction of the crowd. A ringing ex- hortation was given to the Republic- - , aiis, advising them to stand firm, and ' fight it out on the principles eiiuuciat- -' cd in our platform. Altogether tuc young orator made a strong speech. At tho eloso of his rjieccli ciies were ' K. W. e ' tho 17th, many patrons and visitors were present, some good work was dune by the grammar and spelling BEAVER DAM. 21. Wheat cutting is now classes June Miss Mabel Brown, of Hartford, is added to the already busy farmer's visitinc her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Bus- work. The crop is light in quantity, kill, of the Point. but good iu quality. The oat, clo-Jack Brown, of the Providence ! ver al"l lire looking well, S cr"l neighborliood, visited fuends in town Friday night several of our young i folks attended the closing exercises of . . There is a voting man here that is ? r. t iunion i?euooi, wnicii lias .been so ' trying to make trouble, or cause a plcasanty conducted by Miss Ophelia in our Postoffice work, he Stevens; all report a very pleasant change waits until Sunday evenings to go time. his letter and then remains until Stock men have commenced to re- for Be careful and do not inmoon-uceive lambs at this place, and during terrupt Uncle Sam's office, by perthe next few weeks hundreds of lambs suading him lo give up the offices, we will be shipped from this point. This can not do without our present one. is one of the best shipping points for Luke James gave the young folks stock in tiie State. ..... ot the a social nartv on the i. K. D. Tilford, J, Uurcli Taylor A mean cur badly wounded some and S. C. Stevens attended the closfine sheep for Aaron Tichenor last ing exercises of the Select School, at week. No. 25, Saturday, which has been so Our tanners are harvesting their ably and well conducted bv II. Bovce wheat and I understand that the Taylor, of Bethel College. Your wheat is verv good. quill driver with a number of Ohio Success to your paper. Rrrii. county's teachers would be pleased to have Prof. Taylor join our educaDEANEPIELD. tional ranks and remain with us, as Je'JO.h.-l- his places a we recognize in him a teacher among SllllillUtl III! IIIC WIIUIISIMII1J lllg Itlttll, teachers. and Falls of Rough Railroad and has S. C. Stevens has been confined to a population of. about We 1"0. his room several days with the chills. commenced a meeting at this place We are expecting a big time at the last Tuesday night and as there was barbacue here Saturday. There will no house to hold services in we went be some good speaker on hand. to a grove near the place. At first Don't he afraid you won't enjoy your- the way to God seemed hedged in all self, but come and see how well around with sin, hut thank God the Messrs. Baldwin and Miller cnteitain day is growing brighter and brighter. their friends in a barbecue style. One dear young man, last night, found C. the Savior precious to his soul. Conviction is resting on the people. The dear Savior wept over Jerusalem Obituary. Monday morning, May the .'10, '92, and would have saved them but they Thomas Allen,Jr.,wns called from his would not, so he weeps over the lost bed of afliiction to that great Beyond ones of the world and will save them where no man goes only by the wing if t!ie sinner gives himself to Hun. of death. After two weeks patient suf- The good Lord is opening the way for fering, from the loss of blood, by that a grand revival of religion at this dreaded disease, his place. God's children are flocking to spirit was taken from this world of the meeting from the country. Oh, trials and trouble to that bright land how it thrills our hearts to see God's where no sorrow or death ever enter children coming to the battle of every its portals. Next day his body was name and order. I do not know-hocommitted to the grave iu the Alexlong the meeting will continue, ander Cemetery, wheie no trouble but just us long as good can be done. will ever disturb tii.s peaceful rest. I hop) every christian reader will ofHow natural it seems for us to fer one prayer to God in our behalf overlook the good deeds of man mi when you read this letter, for I do ni (leant suatcnes mm. irom our feel that I would rather work to save midst, and oue by one wc see friends lost men or women than to have laid iu the cold grave to await the anything else in this world. More final judgment. Though living at later on. Respectfully, home with his small family, Touunic MII.LKH AND BAItlimT. was a devoted Christian; no one knew him only as an upright citizen. A wife and two little children with a host ot friends and relatives are left to mourn his untimely death. May God guard and protect the mother and two little children that they may walk iu his footsteps and re-fittat the Master's bidding be prcpand to meet Tomniie where there will be no more parting. "We know he is R, not dead, butslccpeth." i The short time that I will have to collect and meet the settlements with State and 1 . ioiM;g lL N r fls pleasant as!emiSyi up. county will necessi- ev'R.AopAv. ... tatC prOlliptllOSS on J"1" l"1 lt This June 9. 1892. S. C. TAYLOR, S. 0, W. T. McKENNEY, HEJHEJHBER ''"' rf C that the TMrlrtt Chill Tonic which fat given such tiuivrrial mtiffuvtiou, ind whith oti lu-aonr neighbor talkiac uliotit fs Okuvk'.i. To uct the origlnil iitul i.nntif tn. Tncf..1tt f'liilf Vciru. al WaVB nsk forOROVK'S. ntltl i1nnt nlul.iilnv tA ii.itvi..1 r..l..l!iilM lie pint its fiod. Grove's Tiutelcss ChillTonic holdh full 6 ozs. and cotuini 4 ilcc, while ninny of the new, untried tnMelers tonics onlv hold 4,' oi. an4 contuitM hut tweuty-fou- r to thlrtv doses. Grovt-'- Tonic U n larj;c as any h( aml Muuiiriictiiri'il I'AltIS MEUICINIJ COMl'ANV, St. Loul.-- , Hold l.v nil j'.-nt- p. J. lr l)ruKlt i i i BEAVER DAM, KY. , . DENTISTS .- ' ' A7ill be in his ollice from the first to the loth of each month. Of. lil' vcr Bank. All work guarau ed. 1'riccs reasonable. LOVELL D.ARSOLCE; UYCLCQ. No. 1, Solid i' Tires, SH5.00 Tires GTniCTLY HIGH GRADE. I!a. 3 C, Ladies' Cujkioo Ti:i, Tim, No. 2, Cushion $35.00 No. 4, Coniirtifcli 05.00 Ns. 3, Ladles' Solid Tires, - t UHIO UOllULY WHO HI i The Farmers i 1 of OUR CnshioQ (Odiuu OSP 'g xS r JJL Solid fSJ.OO No.4,C, " Cufhioa Tires, !)S.OO Tires No bottor tend buying Maehi nes will hear in mind Warranted AM, l'ARTB mnchlnomndo at any prlco. Bicycle C2ta!ou2 Free. tlmt tl0 McComiicIv broke the great Ma- chine Combine year. Siitemsnt cf the Interchangeable. $85.00 Irai 111 : last JOHN Ii tliirr I i. -- r 3?. f MANUFACTURERS, ir Mri'" ' ' lo'i:ll '" " j " " U". CCTON, .Ti3is MA3. $S5.C0 co.. taWe. '.',. '".''.,., Cditioa AI III, I Ml- -', mill Ihr I or tiii: OK g. T MiimIi h Field. - - Livery SlililillUnl lo Iho .'I re 11 it Mm'khulili-r 1 1 'lor ol lliixliiiHa. I SIC.'. BbiMES, VEHICLES, CARTS. Murcll III, RKSOl'RCKS. Bills discounted Real estate So!),.'!!)!). 82 tt.OOO.OO . . . Furniture and fixtures. Bonds Debts in suit Kxpenses paid Cash 111 safe Cash in other banks 1,000.00 l,:t-1.0- blood-poisoni- ng, TUl.f) I itli.'S.o!) .",;V2!l.!t7 :W,II2.:L 81 10,0:17. ill LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits Due other Banks Di vi(leii(l'unpai(l Prolit and loss- $.10,000.00 7.",o5.'.0.") 10. !i" 4.00 1,440.4!) $110,0.17.1)1 K. i. I1 C'OX, I'itlMHJKNT. II.Hvtmi, I'n-p-- Jkv. II. Hvu, Cnnhirr Hotel, Hartford. It will be with DEPOSIT BANK new furniture from Business garrett to cellar and At tho Closo of1892. April 23, ed NOTICE. I have taken charge of the Commercial STATEMENT Of the Condition of tho Dealer inllorsos, llcgjries, Cnrriiijros, lirts, Oweiihhoro Wagons. "Saddle or llnrnoss llorbes forsalo or hire at ull times.' u(l Beaver Dam THE FINEiT AND OIEAPESTSS- - made in all respects first-clas- s BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Horso-shoein- g a MkIiI Air. I ROUGH RIVER. Mr thu U for th eral d here i the la tion ai River. i oustac tle to will i soon a be con ami d dctailu which charac Maj iu elm rivers Jolly Mr. Geo. W. Jolly, of Owcusboro, thu United States District Attorney for this District, was iu llaitford so,1- Mr. Jolly was eral days this week. hero making an abstract of title of the lands necessary for the construc tion and operation ot thclocks on Rough River. To a reporter for the i'UIii.kmn he stated that he found no obstacle of any consequence in the titie to the laud, and that tho eration had been agreed upon. Deeds will soon be delivered and then as soon as the water permits work will be commenced. Mr. Jolly had plans ami drawings showing location ai.d details of the proposed structuies, which will be of the most substantial character and will cost over $.i(),000, iat Major I). W. Lockwood, of ciuuati, the United States Engineer, in charge of tho Ohio River and the rivers oi Kentucky, stated to .Mr, Jolly that the work would commence Hi:-ruCin-ciut- rninpil liv llir Doiiiiii'riitri iiii'-oi- it fur certain person .mined Langford, who thiougli the counhas hecu ty iu the interest of the Farmers or Third Party, which we believe to he a Democratic side show. 11 Ono of tho bugbears of oldtimo peoplo is night air, and thcro is littlo exaggeration in baying that tho Huperstition against night air lias killed liioro iieoplo than tho freo circulation of it has over injured. Thero is abiiiidanco of proof that night air is injurious to no ono. On tho contrary, peoiilo who hIccjj out doors under tho niero protection of a tent aro tho healthiest of all peoplo, and tho practico has largely gained in popularity of lato yearn, under wider knowledge of hygieuo, for lcoplo iu delicate health to go in camping parties and braitho tho balsam of tho night air. Tho rigor gained from a few weeks of such un outing is a marked proof thnt tho old prejudico against night air in as foolish as most other old wives' wMinfc-Donvcr- Sun, hotel. The public are cor- HKSOURCKS. 850,288.01 .1,000.00 Real Kstato l.oOO.OO Furniture and Fixtures-..r)!)2.!)7 Expenses Paid Cash on Hand and hi other 'J8,(!4(i.01 Hanks . Notes and HilU dially invited to give me a call. Wm; Milligan. J. ItaAVEit Dam, Ky. 1). WILLIAMS. Farmers of Ohio Co. ing taken the agency for the AlcCormick G ueeti no. Hav- ' Mowing Machine, I will be prepared to give you the veryvbest price on same.. 884,027.5'J LIAMILITIKS. 625,000.00 Capital Stock 802.31 Reserve 2.250.00 Surplus 1 ,400.40 Interest and Kxchnngo 54, 154.55 Deposit Account .100..11 Due other Banks .... Our Qervfc's k Phaeton, ftl.ft ROOMY, BfJff'f Tin-- 1'loniHT Driver uf 1843. Mr. Limyford eauie forward having his eyes encaed in front and on each side with hluo spectacle. He presented a Mtrlkiii" nppeuiauee his f?et especially, which were inclined Henry Howitt, of Wheatland, a pioneer of clainw the honor of Keumlylc I'ersons having driven tho first wagon down from thouortroulxeil with Dervoiimcn bjr ttklug Al car uierworlc will Le relloTeil retulUnt tho western hIojio of tho Blue mounJUUrvn. Genuine Jlrawn's tains, and tlio hccoiid that reached bu I rado mark iad Iron red Hues on wrapper. cros:J Tho Dalles. It wan in November of that year, the exact tlato ho does not LADIES tliat remember, hut thoy reached Oregon Nccillus a tonic or childrenUfce want building ilmuM . City ou tho 8th.Portland Orego-ui;iIIHOWN1! IIIUN lUTTKItS. , pleauutto laLo.curnt Malarii, Itliunit Ullivuiiieu. All dealer keep Indl(f-lonIt. Dan F. Tracy. $8 1,027.59 In submitting ths ivc beg to Mate that our business has steadily grown each mouth sinco our opening, and by tho most careful, watchfnlupsi and a strict observance ofthe principles of the most couselvative Hanking, we hope not only to extend our acquaintourselves worthy ance, but to the confidence that n tieing so liberally reposed in us. Wo aro here In people, eucli mid y m A .SBBBBBBBBV LIGHT; -.- ' 5 X"SBSBBBBBBBBBBHsSSBBBBBBBBBBSBBSBSrniV A ELEGANT. -Rtnd for caUtosHt of our full line of two aid d work. tic In I hem, courtesy but in no ease kIuiII Mifety be siurl- ficed for friendship or to obluiu bus in ess. John II.Uaiini:", Cashiei, cM'iv cxtcudiil llio Im.ii e's, yCrfl3K C IOf rB'' S D. M, Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, III. S3FAIR BROS. & CO.B Don't forgot that Bryant A Haynes can give you a eliavc, ahinglo 01 a slinnipoon. Tlio Town Trustees are having some very much needed work done on the streets. Col. PERSONAL. S. R. Dent, Leitchfiold, is in Endioott-Vaught- . Miss Mollio J. N. Endicntt and town. J. L. Elmore, Wallor, was in town Wednesday. Dr. W. Alexander goes to Owensboro J. P. Sandrfur went to Drakes-bo- ro yesterday. Warren Baker, Mrflwnry, was in town yesterday. Z. H. Sliultr, Sulphur Springs was in town Tuesday. Miss Sallye Coleman went to Owensboro yesterday1. Miss Gertrude Mills, Kinderhook, was in town this week Misse i Electra and Edith Carson visited friends' in Beda Sunday. Master Owen Williams is tho latest addition to our office. Mrs. V. D. D. Stevens, Kinder-hoo- k, was in town yesterday. Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, who was very ill yesterday, is better. to-d- ay. sHSsVSHH A Bright Fenny WHl please a child, Harris A Reid, the barbers, at give them Clovcrport, are first-clau call when in the city, ss; but you would not a penny. Dr. J. II. White, whose eye was severely burnt by the firing oi a gun n Pew days ago,is improving. r think of giving a man The idea then, of offering man or woman I). F. Cawtbon, who has been sick for a long while is, we are sorry to say, no better, and his life is despair ed of. k PENNY BRIBE To draw in We acknowledge the receipt of come plimentary tickets to the Races at Evnnsville, July 2d and 4th. The meeting promises to be the best, and most interesting ever held by the Association. Tri-Stat- their custom! ninety-nin- e Yet that is just ar- what is offered when a reputed dollar ticle is marked at cents. S. S. A D. E. Stahl, who have made tho Commercial hotel so popular with the public, have gone to Owensboro to open a hotel on Fred rica Street. We wish them abund- ant success. A PENJN! Y ing BAIT for custom Is a small thing to go too small for us. C. M. Cole,oue of our expert blacksmiths, is a genius to be proud of. On seeiug a "printer's stick" a few days ago, he concluded he could make one and in n short time he had completed the job, which was perfect in workmanship. By accident Miss Jessie Nail took a quantity of morphine equal to about sixteen doses lost Saturday and it was by the exercise of tho highest medical skill that her life was saved. She is uow slowly recovering, and it is hoped will soon be herselt again. Some little fellow, whose name we failed to learn, had been at work on the other side of Rough River, near Barretts Ferry, last week, and being paid oil' and coming over home, waded the river up to his chin to save Will he make ferriage. Question: a miser or a millionaire, both or neither? Win. Milligau has rented the Commercial Hotel and is rewriting and refurnishing the house in every departSo that it will be iu better ment. ever before. Mr. conditiou than Milligau is au energetic business man nud will make the Commercial one of the best hotels in this part of the State. Open for custom in a few days. with; too small for a large firm, and quite Our motto is SI worth for $1 And we live up to it, and we are not We give a go- ing t lower our standard a cent's worth. premium in the quality of our a goods that's worth more than cent's worth of chewing gum. FAIR BROS. y ' When you are out at Beaver Dam look at her fine new park by the public well, think what a pleasant pleas, urc ground the inhabitants of that little city will have in a few years, then let your mind run back to old Hartford and contemplate the barTry Cars.ni A Cos 81 Slipper. of our Cain, tho barber, isnt tlio Hartford ren, forlorn conditiou park. We don't like to acknowledge House. Hartford beaten in anything, but Carpet, Oil Cloth and Matting at most assuredly she's not "in it" with KuhnV. Beaver Dam on the park question. WVterlield is the boss Um T. E. W. Davis died last week at ceryman. He was a very the Poor House. While Good.-"-, Black Lawns, nil uutii'iuua iitraiicu wnu nuu nmm vw " new, at KalniV. About the in good circumstances. Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, time the railroad was built be owned Dry n grent deal of property in and about Umbrella at Kuhn's. JBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM He trusted too mauy Rockort. WBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkliHBBVVf If you wish a really pleasant shave, men, who were unworthy, and in reIBBiiiWBBIHiHHBIBBjBffK.iTgo to Cain, the barber. He is Inquirer. cent years lived in poverty. Ward-Robe- s See the big line of Children and related to some of the best families Eva Thank you, took your advice Suits,Rock-er- s Mioses Spring Heel Oxlords, at the in the county, is a brother to Tom and got me a $10 dollar suit for $0.00 Bazaar. Davis, of this ounty, and has a Sam. brother in California worth half a at Kahn's Trade Palace. Born, to the wife of Jo. S. Benmillion or more. Wahtbd. Traveling men. Salary nett a boy. Dr. L. T. Cox attend$60.00 and expenses per month. ing phyeicinu. Dr. Coleman has resigned the pasAddress, C. L. Field will sell a buggy and torate of the Hartford Baptist Church W. W. Wilson, Heuderaon,Ky. 11 o'clock will deharness for 807.50, and warrant the and on Sunday at 1 He then liver his farewell sermon. buggy for twelve months. Found, leaves to take a three months vacaThe best men's suits for the 'least our 81.00 Kid OxTry a pair of tion. Ho will go to D.iwsoa for a money at Kahn's. fords. They are beauties. short stay and then to the mounSaha A Mi:. Litt ot Letters. tains of Eastern Kentucky, returning Mrs. Jane Crow, Mr. Paul Carabout the first of October. The Our motto is truthfuluess.fair dealHaynes, Mrs. joins his many friends in ter, Miss Maggie ing and one price to everybody. If Polly A. Kendall, Mr.Elijab Morris, the wish that be may have a pleasant this suits you call on us. TRAIN I.KIVK BEIVKR DAM. trip, and that be may again be called Mr. John Russell, Mrs. Ed. Sharlte, Cahoikk A iiukton. IIOINO WEST. TRAINS Miss Lula Short, Miss Josie Tliom-as- on to take charge of his flock at Hartnd Kir-- N. . Mill ' Our Milliner stays all the year and Miss Pearl, Hampton. ll:.tor. a. , l.luHt.J Kiprr tit. ford, for the Church here cannot TRAINS OOINO KAHT. you can get a nice hat anytime and Wm..Mii.lioan, P. M. hope to commaud such talent as his Ml r. . N. , Mill ind Kitr the most stylish cut. Call and see us. Mi . Ni. I, l.liult.J Ksprri he is gone. when Saka A Mk. Bryant A Haynes are the fancy 24, 1892. FRIDAY, JUNE The fishing party that left last barbers. Call on. them. bat is more painful than a rough by the rise shave, and what is more pleasaut than Thursday were driven out Tmde with Carson A Co. Quarterly Keeping.. in "the river, but not until they had You can get the easy an easy one? The M. E. Church Quarterly meetSara A Me want your trade. enjoyed immeuse quantities ot fish Cain's. Call on him. shave at nud fun. They chartered the elegant ing, of the No Creek circuit, will We receive now goods every week. Mrs. J no. W. Fetty, living near little steamer, (?) the W. H. Moore, convene at Washington next SaturCaubon&Co. New Baymus, died Tuesday evenand manned her as follows: W. H. day and Sunday, June 25 and 2$, The Dig Barbecue is at Horton, ing, nud was buried at Mt. VerMoore, Captain; Lem McHeury, Sr., Rev. W. E. Cook will officiate in the July 9th. We extend sym First Mate; Tod Mossie, First Clerk; place of the Presiding Elder. non Wednesday. R. D. Labhbuook, Pastor. It will pay you to trade with Hock-e- r pathy to the bereaved ones. Willie Moore, Mud Clerk; Lem Mc46 2t A Tabor. Heury, Jr., E. P. Moore and D. E. Go to tho largest, cheapest and Teachers. Ice at Williams Bros., at any hour, best Clothing Hon so in Ohio county, Thomas, Deck Hands; J. J. McHeuThe next examination for white Eugineer; Sam Cox, Headlight tf. or in any quantity. and get your Suit nud save 50cts on ry, and Fireman; Sam Mosley, Cook; Teachers will be, held in Hartford call on Hockcr A tho dollar and you know that it will For bargains, Dr. J. next Friday, July 1st, beginning at Thorut Carter, Fisherman. 4G 2t pay you to do so at Halm's. Tabor,' Rosiue, Ky. E. Pendleton was the only passenger 9 o'clock. Eyer applicant should be on hand promptly Friday mornW. C Ashley and Miss Natley on board, Everybody reports au exFor extra seed Irish potatoes- - -- late ing, for under no circumstances whattf Bennett, two popular young peop'o of ceedingly good time, go to Williams Bros. ever can an applicant enter on Satur Beda, were married last Sunday evenThe Teacher's Institute will" bo held examinaColored Teacher's day. Revival at New Hope. ing by tho Rev. B. F. Winkler. The the week begiuniug July 25, Respectfully, Rev. A. A. Russell, ofLaRue tion, July 8th. Rki'UM.ioan extends congratulations. When you want a pleasant ride to Jo. B. Rooehs, Co., Supt. County, Ky., preached several disOur excellent and accommodating Beaver Dam call on C L. Field. courses to the cougregatiou at this Postmaster 1ms moved tho Postoffice CENTRAL GBOVE. place, he had but few U attendance, WireScreen Doors and Wire Cloth to tho Commercial, which he has Health of this community is very for sale cheap at Williams Bros. tf recently rented. The office is now but there was great interest manifested aud close attention given to the good. Take your Giu8cng,Chiekcu?, Eggs found in a cosy little room on Market word Farmers are getting their corn of the Lord Jesus as deliveied- and Feathers to Hocker & Tnbor. 2t Stre'et. well cultivated and most of the by the preacher. tobacco is plandACrops of all Coinonml sco C. L. Field's nice lot Rev. Russell is a, food preacher aud Sunday evening Archie Cam and of buggies. The best on the market. Alfred Hudson started to Calhoon to well qualified lo'teach the people the kinds are in goodcoudition and promises a bouutiful ywHtfr , Look at n suit at our houso for $5.00 answer in their case, which was set way of life adtftttvatlon to all that The trustees of this district have The result of the Logan Barmay hear him, for Monday mot niug. And I know you will buy one sure at employed Geo, T. Tiniley tod Mist nard, Dau and Johu King went as meeting was one conversion and bapKahn's. to aud the Churck; reuewed Myrtle Rowe, of Centertown, witnesses, and Hon. J. Edwin Rowo tism, Born, to the wife of Frank Mill-sa- as attorney for the defense. Owing itrfaith in Christ. May Russell teach our school the ensuing term. a Cue girl. Dr. L. T. (Jox officto the absence of importaut witnesses live long and sow many good Med, is We anticipate au excellent school. iating. Truhtek. the case was postponed until 9 o'clock the prayer of the writer and that they The case was may fall on good ground aud much Leave your orders with Cusebier A Tuesday morning. wttk " Tke Bur tog for prompt attention day or tried and the boys promptly acquit- good be accomplished by the seed ANaapr aa4 saUat is a boa k i tm mi ! . t ' nil II i m mmv lk li. It -. . Wednesday. that he may sow. J.J.F. ted. Tho boys returned nigbt. C4Utea,wrlt Rectonw UmpC.,NwYefft & GO,, top., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Finks! Funks!! (. - Will be given at Horton on Satur day, July the Oth, the best of the season. A fine and sumptuous diuner will be ou hand for all who attend. Music will be furnished by the famous musicians, the Boyd boys. A fine dancing floor will be furnished, for all who feel inclined "to trip the light fantastic toe." Two big games of ball will be played, one at 10 o'clock and the other at 2 o'clock. quirer. A grand Cake Walk will be had. At Arch Cain, Alfred Hudson, Lonight a moonlight picnic and grand gan Barnard, John and Dan King ball will be given. Let everybody went to Calhoon Sunday, returning come, for we guarantee a jolly time'. Wednesday. Respectfully, H. TThompson, M'g'r. Messrs. J. S. R. Wedding and John Moore and Mrs. Jno. R. Phipps G. J. Haynes, ) made a pleasant visit to Virgil RenJ. O. Haynes; ( frew's near, Sulphur Springs, Sunday. Misses Dora Gibson and Sallye Coleman have returned, the latter Sunday and the former Monday, from a very pleasant visit to Louisville Mc-Cormi- ck and Frankfort. Miss Jessie Mosley'went Ridge Wednesday to attend the closing exercises of the Pleasant To the Farmers Ridge School. She will return Sun- n Hnnvap Who wish to purchase first-cla- s Lriflv aionintiiniiyl i tv r nt .nam if J - J corn and fertilizer Drills and tlieDeer-m- g Mr. P. L. Berkshire, who returned Mowiug Machine and Hay-rak- e last week from Hartford, where he the best ou market, can do no bethas been attending school, has acter than call ou, F. W. Yeiser, cepted a position in the dry goods Hartford, Ky, Owensboro store of L. Goldsmith. T. J. Morton went to Greenville Monday, returning Tuesday. District Attorney, G. W. Jolly, Owensboro, was in town this week. Mamie and Abbie Gillim, Owensboro, are visiting Mrs J. W. Ford. Judge R. It. Wedding, Ros ine, was in town Wednesday and Thursday. Dr. S. J. Wedding, Itosine; Dr.L. T. Cox, Beda, were in town Wednesday. Mrs. G. S. Dean, and family South Carmllton, are visiting Mrs. Jennie Mosley. G. S. Dean, South Carrollton, visited friends in the city Saturday, and Sunday. Rer. A. A. Russell, Roanoke, LaRue county, called to see us while in town. Ed. Booth and wife, Owensboro, were the guesfsof Mrs. Sal lie Hard-wi- ck this week. . l Rev. B. A. Cundiff, Masonville, was the guest of Rev. E. E. Pate the first of the week. Mrs Charlotte Taylor, Cromwell, visited her sister, Mrs. Bennett, Tuesday and Wednesday. Misses Pearl and Mary Lou Jop-li- n, Elizabethtown, are visiting their cousin, Miss Edna Griffin. Prof. Richard Foster, of Hartford, is the guest of Mr. Kinch Howard on Lewis street. Owensboro In- Vnught wore married at the C. P. Church, Liberty, III., lust Wednesday night week nt 8:'i0 o'clock in the presence of a host of friends. The ceremony was peformed by Rev. Z. T. Walker. The attendants were Mr. George Kennett, of Liberty, 111., and Miss- - Katie Coombcs, of Hartford, Ky. The Wedding march was ren. dered by Miss Carrie Goudy, oi End-fielThe Church was artistically decorated and made a very imposing scene as the man of God pronounced the words that made the loving hearts beat ae one. Tho bride, was beautifully attired iu a rich cream colored dress and carried a bunch of bride's roses. The groom was dressed in the usual suit of black. After the ceremony a grand reception was given at home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary Vaught, and on Thursday the party was entertained at the home of the groom's father, Mr. M. M. Endicott, near Liberty. Many elegant and useful presents were presented by admiring friendst who join iu wishing the worthy young couple a life of unalloyed bliss. Messrs D. L. Baldwin and O. P. Miller will give a grand Barbecue at Beaver Dam, Saturday, June 25. A good dinner, fine music, danciug, base-bal- l, swings, etc., will be among ANDERSON'S BAZAAR Im.cLictecL The recent cession of tho Grand Jury was composed ot the leading men in Ohio county, and they tried to do their duly, and returned quite n number of indictments against parties who have committed misdemeanors. They visited Anderson's Ba.nnr, and they found a true bill nguinst them for Selling the Cheapest line of Goods in Ohio county, leaving nil competitors so far behind they thought it entirely wrong and must bo DEALT with. So it now depends upon our friends to jtfand foy us iu the future as they have in the past and wc will continue to sell the cheapest line in the county, regardless of their verdict. We buy our goods cheaper than any one in this section of the Stnte, and can nflord to sell them cheaper. Read the following and be convinced: Good Domestic Unbleached at 5c. full yard wide. 11 11 ii nip " ' " 11 11 11 Don't Forget It. -- c " .1 II ' .1 ' 8j(c. ii 10Ct the attractions. Judge Denny or Hon. J. A. McKeuzie will deliver an address on Masonry. Let everybody come. Good Blenched Domestic nt Cc. II II T per yd. full yd. wide. II II l " 11 " 11 " i " 8je. 11 " 11 " it in town. " 11 in,, For sale by Champion Mowers K capers the and best in the market. Beaver Dam, Ky. m , m " " " 14c. the nicest " " Lawusdale Cambric 10c. per yard, it 11 11 101 ii it Good Calico at ' 4c to 7c per yard. Ginghams at 8c to 22c per yard. Tay or & Co., " Cotton Plaids at 6$ to 10 per yard. " Good New York Camlet Jeans at 15c per yard. Nice Oxford Ties at 81.35 per pair. 1 11 11 11 11 3150 81 75 11 11 11 1 A Grand Barbaoue i Wear-forever- . 81.00 Anderson's Shoes at $1.99 per pair. ii " 82.25 " " i " 83.00 " " Try our Milliner for the Cheapest Line of Summer Hats in town. She can please you. Everything iu the Latest Styles you will find on hand, and you can't nflord to miss any of our bargains. Call and see us and we will treat you pleasantly and sell you the cheapest line you ever bought. " " " Kid " SARA and ME. lro' Remember there is no better machine made than the Mower, HOTEL - :o: ami This Hotel has recently been It is second to none. The table is furnished witii the best the market d affords. For Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture want your corn and wheat. They pay the highest cash price for same. The Commercial Hotel is uow for rent. It is newly papered and iu good condition, anyone desiring to rent may call on or apply to G. J. Bean. J. W. Ford & Co. Special care will be taken to accommodate 'the public during Circuit Court. All candidates arc invited to make headquarters here. Come one nud 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 mado to accommodate the people at tho Fair. v Line, see ' J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. Proprietor. mmSSBk 1 N are selling Champion AT THE Binders and Mowers. mm You will saye money by buying a reliable Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of Machine this year. early, summer, fall and keeping appFes as Call. J. W. Ford & Co. TBU CEHnTTS mmm mmmi A ' The members of the Republican Executive Committee and of the various precinct Committees are requested to meet in Hartford on Tuesday, July 5tb. Important business is to be transacted and a full turnout Respectfully, is desired. Wood Tinslky, Ch'ra'n. Jo. B. Rogers, Sec'y. . New Buggies. After lookin theBuggy Markets over we have purchased a New Line of Buggies and can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two orjthree 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. A. L. CHICK & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. ' Spring Wagons which we conBETTER KNOWN AS THE fidently reccommend for their STYLE and DURABILITY, as well as cheapness. Call and Newly Famished, Rates per day. see them. PALME'.R. HOUSE. t$1-00 Meals 25c HOCKER & Co. y Kastsido Frcderica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky. MJiS. CHAS.10BY,MliS. C. E. WILLING'HAM,l'rops. crop-prett- Do not fool your Hack, Kliln.J tile hi'lfltM'tn of llif ljiirlpp. Trlill. Why time and money away kind nt wtakn., or I.hcr llc'' lt!ieuni,Xllci, Inilixmlon, !)K'pU, thru y'"'l kirpjou hcnllh, (Hrmlai'lie rellof.d mini Klcctrk'lly on'off brands'of flour. FREE i,,m,cn.i,.te.)i..m.vMi.i..i nR iimn'S PLFRTRIRw RFLT w one inni.irre. Elftlrlfl fiflNi. Save 50 per ct., get a Cofttnothliiif to try themKin ruiiiuuo unit, una tfimimufni Tiiisien and Boxa hii tor fun ut w rut' iuuij( nru wrtirulari, unlit iiieamrf, frloe reliable Gilt Edge ill cry roiiiiJiiii! and roiucen miincirni DK. JtTIID. Detroit, Mick. Agents naain. mtfi-- r from I,nmo will If uuy In nml "lliei" will neiii! irinaH. a:i. ',. 10. Hikil mi -- S13. AWi i r,iti-mvu-; nml full iu siitn-ii- . to vparw, iiHuumutiYK'f. llattHrieKi ami AiMre p If. Brand oi Sw J. W.FoiU)&Co. raootUMKl U. All dcaftn Mil It. O.noluo woMwl red Uim 00 wrapper. .. bitters sjsjr taowrs imx DjnptptU, UtU- IwIUwUod, DtUouuMM. .- kaU4 srt "4 BKHFii Thorough, Practical Iiutructloa. Graduates ussuted to nositious. iSTCataloiue free. Write to COLLEGE; iS LOUISVILLE, KY, . Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JUA'JS'-18V2. THE PLATFORM. Full Roport of tho Commit-to- o ou Resolutions. Thu a'jiri'sciitntivcj of tliu l.c'iuli-lieaitlio United Sluti-in general convention on the flinres of thu MissUsi'i")! river, tliu everlast ing bond of nn indcstrnetiblo republic, vho"c most glcrioua chapter ol history h the record of the KepuDlie-u- u party, congratulate their countrymen on the majestic march of the nation under the banners inscribed with the principles of our platform oflSSS, vindicated by victory at tho polls and workshop prosperity in our field-)and mines, and make the following declaration of principles: mif , I lo lender (their enforcenlt'lll Inure complete and effective. Wo approve tho policy lif extending to towns iuui rm nl communities' the advantage of the freo delivery service now enjoyed by the large cities of the country, and leaflirm the declination contained in the Republican platform of '83 pledging the reduction of letter postage to one cent at the earliest possible moment with the nmiiitaiuunco of tho postolllce department and the highest service clas of po-toi vn. siiuvin:. We commend the spirit and eyi- .l..it..f. ..I' fi.C.n.iii in lliii iMV'il- soreh.p -111 ll .l : ...... ... ...w ...- ....r..-,.-. ... j,...i .....i 1. i ailll Hie ..ISC" mill uiiimoiun.. ynn'iMi- inent by the Hepublican party of the laws relating to the same. Nir.uam.'At'ANAi.. The construction of the Xiearagua Canal is one of the highest importance to the American people, both as a measure of national dclcuse and to build up and maintain American commerce, and it should be controlled by the United Slates government. con-si-teal CASEBIER!: Commercial Hold CENTRAL CITV, KY. R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. Has just been lepairell and newly furnished. Located cloe to Depot Good meals or firt-clas 1H lunch Eifi ?r?fiftiv-- ""' ".'.". M 66ry fll(hr '"unwioc. rOT .F.l I ll MWHiijiifiiiiiiimoiHiiiiiTfiiii Ti MHiiiTiiiM riirrin'i' iiffrnMM 1 1 bX HlN5 t. ' "PW .' v rHJ.b L :h r, i fc A-- sn r , 1v- -. 0s --r it a trial. im HAM' TO I VUUY iiml I.iImnoi. DO l ji'llum Imm nil mcr t 'itofmltllli' ami nintn-liu- ui ii'ifm, jii'lupml mic U'lMviu-mi- 'l "' tlifll?nt nintrlninninl m- -r rallnl Unvn lifol IIi.imim.hIi(.'IiIII nlliinl .Mill iiiiiii' feJr I 3M. Wry '. ' 0ft-J ?Si ." !V ?? c iVA VL. T t.!ar- rjHift-txi- . itU. .It Yl' I'll., 7'a. iitiii 7i. Ois5l tf j vm i JPfjTK "JT i5r FAST LINE ,r,.iwM&ni CASEBIER'S 'BUS MHBTS ALL DAILY milnlrciinlillilK liiunlfoil- - "f limn )nniiii lnilli'iniulgpiitlrmi'iiiiHiillii)(iiir'KHiiiili'tilslruiii - a mm ll lln'ii thnnpiHi-itusi-Ihoso of lUllnlly uliolui- - nut Cmii'l lilt or ln-liere'-Il- ic iihimii n"l'l'' t'l'l'"i"'l'li.- - A'l'ln-1-I, 1 Ul)l-li'- ll IILCK.OK", room l Ol'l, 'M ly. Mf. njinicnt lin on Iiiiiu li.nl rriiiiiiijinli.iiii'li iixii if ir EHBODitstVERy Desirable Improvement Many Exclusively Its Own. " ' WHEN YOU GO TO CAI.I10S OWEf.SBORO SEE atjy-sj- OURiiESfclAGENT a?ii'-v. ' . -- '" ." . ' V Till! TAIIUT. Tl.llUITOIiltN. C.Theo.Cain, V- OR We rcnfliim the American doctrine of protection. We call attenWe inning tion to its growth abroad. tain that the prosperous condition of our country is largely due to the wise revenue legislation of the Republican Congress. We believe that all articles which cannot be produced in the United States except luxuries, should be admitted free of duty, and that on all imports coming into competition with the products of Ameiican labor, there should be duties made equal to the difference between wages abroad and nt home. Wc asset t that the price ofiuniiu factored articles of general have been reduced under the operations of thu tarill act of 18.10. We denounce tho ellort of the Democratic majority of the house to destroy our tarill'laws by piecemeal as manifested bv their attack on wool, lead anil lead ore, and we a?k the people for their judgment thereon. We point to the miccc of the policy of reciprocity under increaswhich export trade has va.-tl-y ed and new and enlarged market have been opened for the products of farms and workshop-- . Wc remind the people of the bitter opposition of the Democratic party to and this practical business liiea-ur- e claim that, executed by a Republican laws will administration, our pre-eeventually given control of the trade of the world. mi.vi.k. The American people fiom tradition and inteie-- t favor and the Republican paity demand-bot- h the use of gold and silver money, with such restriction to be deand under such provi-iotermined by contemplation oi value of that the purchasing the two metals, ami debt paying power of tliu dollar, whether of silver, gold or paper, shall be at all times equal. The interests of tho producer- - of and woikiug-methe country, demand that every dollar, pa per or coin, iued by the government, shall lie a good a- - any other. Wc commend the wio and patriotic steps alieady taken by our government, to secure an international conn ference, to adopt such inc.i-urwill inure a parity between gold ami hilver j r use through nit tho vrld can nt n, -o u, of the reWo favor the admi-sio- n maining territories at the earliest possible moment, having due regard to the interests of the people of the territories and of the United States. s appointAll the federal ed in the territories should Iwtueot-c- d from the resident thereof, and the should be right of accorded as far as practicable. ollice-holder- A LIVE AGENT WANTEUIN LVERY TOWN .j. - . - TO ALL. AIIID I.A.VIIS. ubject We favor the ces-inlaws, of the arid i to the home-ten- d public land,to the .State and Teriito-- ! rie in which they lie, under such Congressional restriction a to dipo-sitiou, reclamation and occupancy as ' bysPttlersas will secure the maximum benefits to thu people. Tin: roi.i.MiuA imposition. The World's Columbia exposition U a great national undertaking and Congress should piomptly enact such reasonable legislation in aid thereof, of the exas will iniirc a pense.- and obligation incident thereto, and the attainment of reult commensurate with trhrjligiiity and prog-re- s of the nation. n, 1 .IrtiVfiV .H'orA-- , For the fiiwt ami .l aii t ue or style. FmU rim Si. , li tween ' 0ni87 3rd anil '4th. . tzsi: V, Adjustable) Extension Stand. t3. t.-- . BONE ALIKE. Mustang i J01LX BOJWIOMME, PKVI.HIS Tnilriil .1 I'HIHTS iuui IN oiiriilliin-i-lr-- . Linime-Da r O.wonsboro, Ky. .S'fnyw Promptly SPECIAL ATTElNTION J Orders From Given to the Traveling Public. tended to. Monaivh, ?uiy .urc (or the Ailments of Man i'ft. and Beast. 'V '.VI. WEHSB081 lnri NATIONAL BANK . 1 on-:iHtt- U.S. DEPOSITORY O.wensboro, Sy. pain !.. I.; ;...j ;;lino;it universal by the Housewife, the INITMI'rMiASIT. We sympathize with all wie and and prelegitimate ellinN to les-o- n vent the evil- - of iuteinperauee and promote morality. i'i:-n- x mindful of the services and s.irnfice.- - of the men who saved the life of the nation we pledge anew to the veteran soldiers of the Uepublic a tlieir wateliltil care ami recoftniti (frutofiil people. jut vliiim- - upon 11 iSPH iw ' Security For psposits ers an d altv.j '. Oil STSOOO. Accoiiii.s of Farm ( - j o u n vy iVJercliants ..'Speci- - a. .. I .tuif. StAtiJ, Miblo suti.1 1 uwir r l .1. Parlor, III i"H" li'll iisir i.ni.l iiui-l1,1 In.) tJU I IUr.1 U II . . Tltfaht r.lcil.l.i .4.1 Ill'Va WtlJ .1 II.. ,.u. ..I lu, It t in .iiu.11-- 1 K 11 '! k:i icii a rr p.H.11 ducil Mu-- i 'i i n'l-M- 'lvin rrr. vmii fi. il.riiu. ' the Stock Kaiser, and by every, unu. ft ai1 effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. 'i hi.- wt remeily has stood the test of year;, almost generations. No medicine chest i, complete without a bottle nf - Fr.i tsicr, ' '1 ' JMUSIA.VG Occa.-.ions LlMMK.NT. - i Hun.M.N'sAi.MiNHn.Ai.os-- . We commend the aide, patriotic and thoroughly American adminis llarri-ou- . Un- tiath.li ol der it the country lu.s enjoyed re- markahle p.osnerity and the dignity and honor of the nation, at liome and mTjii " auroail.liave been luitulully manual Ill-- l ed, and we oiler the leeoni ol pledges kept a guaiautee ofiaithful pcr-f- oi malice in the fiituie. i'lc-Ident , a-- r"Vij 'r1 ? a fl I'.s t - Hciis your business I elf A& p L5J ,c3 S a Also keeps .J M 'J usorJ rvnq ' Cashlor S - I ICTjSIJ W jVCI'V ail(l L- c ftSS ft I SBfVH in H' cl!( S ill) C W S1IJ1T. i.. . iWffllX&lValXlWrA ftJ'.VlES KTA ,'X V",,, .'!' mm thi'"i'iiit IR,'0 f"0r lllllC (k)()Ml(.S O- IiMcrcst paid - l i ' JRlJiVS? ' ' 'i 'J 1 for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. " arie r - " til li'l' MWTyJtiirpr, ""nli'" .. ...-.-..- " I I Vnill Horses e he, Slnl'.li ,1 -ii il . . ill I I" "1. V I. ll MMI tl n ui I'l. ..li. - 1111 I'm. 1" niii:'"t-- h a Hi". , 111'! rur ...ll.lljM-l.I ill nil.ilii- r lutilt-11- and hesl nf rigs Fed. 14004 Ainu f9,uvr Mb. ','in t"1 vW' 00 X2 50 fOII .intIII. II MnMS ,"' C5 , - iii.-- hi'-'um"V . . t II I 'II 1." limit nl. i I 7.. dav or night. Leave xMir ders wil! or-- 1 2.25m JmL 2.50 SPSIW $2.00 FOR 1 S2.00 mil lui N LADIES hiH iiCtlllll 10 111(1, I 111 '. I m i 4 '. nn. I l. ' . - i.il - it. Km "1. ' ii ' ' , iti 'I I ' .ii- - ' ' i I'. ' .' tun. It. '' t ffSSPESD? HITCH HIM TO $1.75 BOYS ''"'"MZSMMEKZm 'I .. fll' 'J J'i4, t '! ' ' I I ill " '75 :s THE GREAT tifuM BJH-M0ST SvWT Hfi1 gK ""I Elc0 Him? Trat'v will also han-- 1 (!io i:i.i;i;iio..-- . the .host .1 i Hay -- Inl'il. Wo iieiiianii nail evc-- v uut'ii hi the United ."States sh.nl be allowed to nt one lice ami uuiestiicied ballot in a public election, and that slid lullm- -- Mall lit- coiiiilfl Mini : iuui' i I - flake made. I. I'll-I- 'l mm 9 ft. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENfEr-BEST SHOE . THE mm o IVUU.-ir-t-iy .TSif.?v HgdEspec.allyForExERCISIWGandSpEED1NG. Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be li 1.1 11' I'll.!'. .' 11 iri'il 111I111 tn ft 141T1R i'l- -. ' ,1 ii nf 'OTIIEII hl'ECIAl.TIES t an.1 rrprt-sua IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. r v V PERFECT SULKY CART In Use : i , i .'I i - an To Our jjuhsoriberK. .in. 'lie ' . If- 11 .: ' ( TAKKMf.M'IISTITI'TE. W. I.. jJitnulaa, jlrocbtuu, (Inn. SuU bj 119 Itlffh Kra'l'. the rlrfflchArKcl. tanip-l cm lwttnin of eii-- lu fuotweur ore of a xnouey Tain that uamu bud ah.io. :sp; iMGDBE,!. .1 HOUKER & TABOU, Koilne, Ky sTANUAHb .1 hi fj' ! I" i ami t '.11 ' - .! ' . t v I. . p fc i '..1. Mil' siitild' u, iiie lie ll. no! iioiic-- i I V'l'- (. jmi ... ' . ,n . ' - : fMii'-lnir- n ..,! Ui. li. I .i'i r.tiii !l.'..ii.i!l 't.. lor? iiilili-hi'is f " ,ll'l 11., ron.'jcrh' iciuv-eut- u hullni; ihcju-tan- d eiju.-i- l tion of all the people as well a- - the jii-- l and equal protection under the laws a the foundation of our Repuband the party will lican ir Full- -, uf "A Trcati'-'- j on the and our -- never relax us efforts, until tne integrity of the ballot and the puiityof the elections shall be fully guaiaulecd and protected in every state. miitiii:i:.v oi;rJi.Uii.. We denounce the continiiod inhuman outrages perpetrated upon American citizens for political reaon in slates of the Union, roiti.iux iti:i,Arnxs. We favor the extension of our commerce; the restoration of our ships iiierciiutilc marine by home-buil- t and the construction of a navy for the protection of our national iutcicsts and the honor of our flag; the maintenance of the most fiiendly relations .iiiiiili 4'nii'l. IiimIIIi luilvuit liiv.itti c riMiitiiMir.it iu tiii: oi.iir.sr li. I'i ii i '.li it" with all foreign power.-- ; entangling iiml lij -- liil'.l. . I'll uili II In uinklnK llii' liri'i'ii llltrr iltiu A llm. Naml lnjiil"r ft il ',. Mii.miisilhance with none, and the protecI'lrllll-itil llic IoIIiihIiik low lirlt'FH tion of the rights of our lor tin- - ni'l II . iiidii I Iik: headache-- , In'lliuU'iue For Wo reallirm out appioval ol' the Our ilii. Cillillli'l l'll(lliiKruillH (t'J.OO ilecp- 1.50 " " ilizlliesx, Olliilmllilo. ' Monioe doctrine, and believe in the 1.00 ' " ' Iliri'S y tho blue-- , scrotum, toe achievement of the mauife-- t 1.00 Olll.lltlll ilu. cunl " Mood and alt skin eruptions l)r, of the republic in its broadest scn.-c-. On). ' ,00 lnly We favor the enfoiccment ol more Kuiii.er'" Illiii'd and Liver remedy " 10 ': TnnliiilMK'i 'I'onie never fails. Warand i'oi-v'J.1 O stringent laws and lcgulatious for the liulli-r- i III llifClly ulipre restriction of criminal, pauper and ranted to satisfy or uiuiiov refunded. .lint Ihvimlj t lien f r imiile. Cull mill km- - nil'. II- - It. contract immigration. w. t-. --i for-.'ig- u Pont-of-fjr-- e -i s u, dc-tiu1 emildi'd to olitaiu a copy of CUM.MEIlCJ.dL liy thai .iliial'le work free of cliai--,'!from Will cut to any 'nddre-eliding their addres- - to 1!. .1. Kennow until January 1st, 189", for nnclo-in- if a two cent twciiiy-fivecendall Co. and Canipaic;n year ie itamp fur uiiiiliuir .m - is renewed now nt hand; you must keep posted, fur a limiteil jiermd. Wo trust all and the way to do is to read THE of the opporwill avail thuui'-elvethe only true COMMERCIAL thi- - valualile f olitaininir Protection and sound cur-r- e tunity nc v in the South. work. To even lover of the Ifor.--a it treats in a it is b E. 7 for S.IMP E E CO P Y -- imple manner all if tho diseases And examine it carefully you with which afflict the noble animal. AdJrc.-- ? nil lethe sure to suhtcrihe. throiiL'liotit IN phenomenal mil a tho t'nited States and Cauad , ters and make alLohecks and oideis payahle to makes it -- tand.ird authority. .Mention this paper when tending for ''Treat LOUISVILLE PRESS CO., Louisville, Ky. -- THE ll KEKLY LOUISVILLE Tin; imMmim ."Uii-I Mirci'n-li- il ir.il, jI)ltr n It li iii'ilii H. il i'l'i Ubin 'lriiiril)ri.trril.CM). li uuJ Jt j Lkt Kendall's Spavin Cure. I.ittik Kocif, Ark , Auy, ?c, Viu It. J, ICi sitAii. ("u,: (Iciitx-- It Ii with llm prt'Uftt tlmt tiforiu'tiuiiatllmuM!iri-'lllif'followiitKtlI( vl tlnlut I TWIN BROTHERS DRY HOP Hiirt. iiHirfilli.t nllU) Knt.ill4 manitr l, 1 rirotniiH'ii'lIt to (ill Ihitm , I wit limit inr I. linf-H-t ivonM Louorthlt )mo f rtan-wlit luitl It fir rhriilim ami it llriilf mill cunl Um, The ;. nU, S. iiitmln 41 YuLrit irnl, iuruf-.ilVLL1. Ut UM'I 'un l.itiiirnt'-MI (Mii , 1 iut tiatccvrr in omifit. lldr Hi mil1 Cure. It i ' rtUitt Itoilt l(jiH'riit" n'ti wurkintf mi lll(-.lli- n tliu txHt I.ltitmnit l.ttiui'iiritMlflH utfti Iu fr tt YEAST riii Kendall's Spavin Cure. Dn. n. J. Sj For Cntaloguo nnd Pricos, 'rito tho Manufaoturors, JtrTO VlTO, Colo., Pec. IU 1 21. 5r IVATIHLOO s ir-i- QUICK tor YCAS1 CO (tutiU-- 1 lallU i '.. , l.irftirarly i.a lar,'uni u li rcpivei tlm nilar,'u. tiipK.tl tliu liniiMii' iiifiit Hao tirki-- l tin liouio wry liar I Mii"f,he In li'iwn uny lanums-- i nnltLtr cau 1 fcuu iiitv iMTiTi-'iij ia lUu klz ut tlii Ii'n ;. ( uv o lu (ure u Ilu)arMni Co., VmosU iruli KalU, Vt. ; 131 Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg.. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. k tti'.ttcl with Kfinlall' Iu of vvi ) rur tanl u vx anl f 1'. 'wsurtzxnif Vuuiiiiul, a CUOLUV. ii jjv I VrWr At LIGHT BEAB IKIROir M .7. tlr'ii ;(!, in .1 jirr Imlllr, nr tlj hnttlr fur itni'jtitlH hitri' It in can ('-fuor trill ln i nt tn uny m- receipt ofprlcn by tlie propria DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Fnostiuroh Falls, Vcrmi"1? 3 )';, IS isvins:-- " Ar.d a rood lam, 1 ICH . I must be simflc; win nit is not simple it is ''Ml WJiWi not pood. Sunfff, Beautiful, GoM these uij " (Vyi y& "voids men r.aich, l.ut to t..e - .u will imorc 3 t! c truth morj lord '.v. All mct-- i I. i 5 fe 1)tt UCHf I ""' lSrMHl!W4CSr ' .rlfti7J yvsi Tlii? 4'i.oiiui; 'JIOMiihi Wc favor eflicient legislation by Congress, to protect the life and limb-o- f employes of the lailto.ul conipa-nie- s 575,00 to 5250,00 W& engaged in cairying inteisiate iii.i.rrnlliMtiiii liiml.li iil,"r-- c iin.l ivi' III till! I'll'llll-HNpuo II, "I, lllltl UllOlollllll coiumcrce, and .fiw by the i,ii. In' iiiifiliilily slates that will ,N ill ill l In 21 IS THE BEST. lii ill iiillinl wiii-h- i' protect employe- - engaged in State ii inn iii"ii. II' .'.il - iti'lniliil mill (Mint) in I'luu.iiii'lillli-- . II. P.JOI1MNI1.V .V 'U. til.. ill in, 'I Mil In I., liii'liiiiiuiil, V,i. luKionJ4UAW,r.v. commerce, in mining ami manufac- . llli'l, ul lliilllJ'11'..l' Ji"'- - rliiii'linu. nil' nil C41. IV." ' auuiTH- TlT '.Jie... I0ITO" ""ISALE By .urimeu..! ..ll,. r in t in. ni li.ni l.iih il. Huh Un ililliiilllv turing. .ir.mun FOR n..,illii-H liiut.il.lllll) i i. hi.l iinl Hi. The Republican party has always j. I.. Willi lliilii.t- - Hint trMliiiiiiiiuW nl III .'HTiil.ilbeen the champion of the oppres-ed- , 'Un - ii'iui I'l'.iniiii til "'li iii.iilnl fn i'. and recognize- - the dignity of manII. A. LOZEIEIUtCO., ii. i) mi. a, i'o.vi'.vi.m:. T.i"'nii. w.iii. hood, irrespective of faith, color or naWholcMile Dealers, tionality. It sympathizes with the Ill T lUllil.Mi (Ollill ..ill - mi cause of home rule in Ireland ami .iiii l,l iMiiiilii) MiiIiiIi'h 'iiii-- Hi' uc.ii'iiiiIi' CLEVELAND, O. WlIMM' lilllllll Ul". S'.l.l I'I protest, ugaiiist the persecution of aiOSupegorSt. the Jen's in Russia. The ultimate reliance of free popuThe Leading Fhsbographer. .Man r IVi'.noiis lar government is the intelligence of trc lirnl.cn r.imii I nn " i nvorl: or i Itltti'l'n of tana the people and the mainu-uaucPicture: In Every Stjle and Size. iil'l.illianlon. n iiiovlm vs. ficedom among men. We. tlnii lore, Mlo.im'liiir.-iimiUiU- . lit Uiu tciiuliiu trtVOhl Pictures Copied and Enlarged declare anew our devotion to IiIki-iof thought and coiiscie'iiv, if speecli A SPECIALTY. mill press, and approve all ageneie-an- d 'l .11).. Vt'lni"'lllU I'i'IMllilli'l llinn. Iilll.llll lOS'. iMnin .Street. -- huiili'i. 4'iik which coutii. ih iii.'t i lii ti I'l iutrumeiilalitii's .l Z.n'.Hlllllii ITjIiO. II KYf I'm ' IH'IU -- t.'H. biile to the education ol the chiMicn thu land, but while upon of of religion- - liberty the Co lest mea-ur- e WII.I.lor SI'I'I'IIII Vnilli - I"'-- mi'l A. Jliirri", .In llrot ilii-' MhIiiIi' --'ii iniiiti I. in r wo are opposed to any union of chinch viu:'.. iniin-jiiiiNiM I.) .. WmiH'iiiilllliii II". and state. . CURES NOTHIHO BUJ PILES. declarWe reallirm our oppisitum, DAltllKRS, I'lllt l)M'i:i'SI.V ed in the Repubhcui plutfoim of h SURE and CERTAIN CURB' I'tM- - KroiinS Irnii lllltrra. 1888, to all coiiibiuation of capital, K'lOMUlH'lM It. s",ilyrMiul iio.-i- ( Movriinpt . known for 10 years ao tho BEST ".ntinuitn REMEDY FOR PILES. kiop U. SI tl-- l.oltlo. rienulno All organized to coutiol aibitraiily the I llotol, Clnvorpnrt, Kj" i ol llnMonw rapiwr. (u.iT.uiin. b irmlo murk iuui condition of trade among our citizens. We heartily eiidoise the action taken lv on this issue, and ask for such fuither M.i;i:i'I.KSK.M(.UT limtliHappy and conlcn". U a home with Th Ko- llaonrll.liit'MUJelBhU tliu ii mi" Chester; I Wrt'lTii, 1, in Nimnn.nnr Ailtur. i'iiiuIi. hlnliiir I'nri' legislation as may be icquiicd totem-- , Una n lamp wilh the light of .fie morolnf. il) for Jim. I'l'i mil' I'i . Vii)iii'ilrilllii A llm, Cata"ociit,wilte Koche.Ur UropCo.,NwYotki. mJWTMih it I6H. our uuUio.itciriunml- i'dy any defects in existing laws, and llii-lnl-- ". -l i.i i.i ii- - "Un ii.itit" . ii I'm VI Mil l.llUlll A Hi". llllll'lli'li. M 'I'I I miii. mis cori.ii Slrifl, Jiirins, t ir A fijgpi I uti'i ii SZt". seems to c fin. 1 ished tctn . 1 1 vc tit i ou to PillsJiurgli Lai.np piic oi ii. c.'c ni- j1 at UTr r. cit n ir.l fj S S JILh cud t s m GSSB& gOC'thlCKS to of m Eih .. r: IT v. stH - K.'tli the . v If. '.y . 1 :f:l!llli.,5 ..... ..!. ... ....vw .Mwww.4 .. nn.i. v.,n.... h ., f.r.1 I.. ,....., HI l.iro. twnnt.t. r ' r.?"."an.l unot.ahablt. L.'.a: Aln ii.iii'i it is aeso.'::!t . .. . ,.i ., i i . i i ii Ivjir,.ii i. u i.uiii. i .i .1 r .... U..I ..i i.uor. rnus inn, tcr lij'it is purer and t i.in fis li:ht. C&KZ... solicr than electric l.glit and i.'.oru cheerful than ei.hcr, I"l.fortliiUfiinp-TiBh'iciiiT- 'r, If tlie lS, l'in'tt!i-- i L'.'i,iilno " i I'M. Rikii .tr nj.l Ilu Kilo )mVu.. i ii i KiriUilc-it-...fi liv tvin. i;,vjii.l vo wi'l en IAa i mm ".. .u.ltji.i iuiHir i. c.ioicv ti uv.c J.uwJ "it ' ' , B. '"pjva.lcl tifmiil tlio v.fiii nil..'., .j, A. j.oi'iiuvA'iat i,.,.th cu. van-- , riacc. r.'cv rorti citv. tflll-- ll j rar l.-jh- It I J ii "Tt-.fr.Tr.; o Rochester," &-;Iyu-f- -- I - . -i i -, ' Agents Wanted! eggm& tmrsaigi mm- , ,J3ii-- iS5r?v4.,.,. I I ria-- . - - . .. iidir ,,,,ti i j ""! u"CGf I. I -- Tr'"' "i mcrm I 1 ! J I ..'. The only care it rcquiu ilK 1381 w VT . . .V filling and wiping. Dirt falls out when the chimney is taken off, not into a pocket as in other central-draught EiCifiR pU6fH)Q. a,ztr.tr:& lj1 t, un biusiaatf W I, CVLiIJUJbSU'VkWil'SUU i PRICE HEADACHE AND ALE, LsKcrs "cjry ta u tKT?-.- . ra.-- c .wj t- -m 0irArums vinr ??SX2& iinztd rj i&m liou-iliu- f .1 . j 4, . HARRIS & EEU D, nrcMfRTtt lamps.Putting in a new wick is a very easy matter ii deed aeeiu.. filrauge to one who knows how troublc- .inie other good lamps are. re is 'in' all 'good lamp- 'lores!' 'SeiVd' for a primer. 'Ci LbiiriA. Pa. ' I'lTt'SllUKCII UllASS Ca All-tins CENTS l,TMnr7g.imMajir'r.T MALARIAL D3S0RDERS. FDR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. is Bpreparedwrichirdsom-taylormed.co.st.lou- mo. ffitrm.'-- ' rrn-n wnr?rTgg'rr-TV?- mi.M iiummh n MMdT V ..'!.... r - Oivans strciikrUiciied nnd enforced, fmli. JMiinliouU Ili'Hlorcil, tloni Hi'Pl'iJ, , varlciK-t'lcweak luck,lovuf namory, di42lncm, ncrvouiiK'ws w ea; and uwDfaoPLii) Xil curril ly I I Iu llciiirillr. fl,(i)r Imx; elx IxixoTur ts.ua A wtluvn fimninlco of mm will, wiry nix lmxv. iiamii lur imnli ular. n H c 1'KN.N CITV SIDIIII'AI, COMI'ANY, UOO AortU Nvcuml Ntrti't, I'Mlu., t'fv. Clljr wcHlfiieu ho I'lim