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HiyiTn77T.Wyni,SaHTriTa .i "- ps VS& w; SUBSCKIBE ion inr Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL EISTRICT, TERX3 SI.25 ?c? Annua, In Adnnee. .S $1.25 0 per year. Krrii VOL. V. MY BEST. HA11TFOKD, KY., FHIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1892. NO. Broad Tires Versus Road Taxes. (Milium Dillon. 1. 3nW CT j: I'ROFKHHIOXA I. CA ssxii III). rrV Aldrich was Chairinan, and Senators (y'ailie anil Harris, the Democratic J, V. Ilrti I limy pL'i fin in no deed of yii'iil rc members, which shows that since 18!l() liniemar ' Alf.irsl M Man's Best Friend, His Holp lut i'i nor llemlli) there has been a steady decline in the aivriUr) of Wale notvii, or, CoWorkor and Equal W..1, Hi mini k Altiiini') llnunil Xo gliiriiiimicl t millions lmmiftM; cost of living in the United States and Not an Impossible CreI' 0 Net Mini Vet in Aielilsr my littlu litliois up iiiul down an iucrctipc in Great Britain, and that Ilrnr) Hale Tri uxiiror ation, and Sho Does I'll do my best. II. II. Saiinit" Itt'dlctiT nr l.an.l Olllee at no time in out history has the earn Not Exist. ' (n Ailiutniit lUiiFim I limy not pnint u perfect muster, ings of the American people been II. I. 'I In to IK t loll mi Mil ft. Plll'liii piece, A. A1I1I11U1 I tl( great, measured by their power to amkiikwn 'aii.mi:ii. I". l'lk JnlinnKi Nor curve Htntne liy tlie world fubha I'rlnli r , piiichase the comforts and necessaries . con feat of life, as they are to day. A miracle of arl; yet will not eene tjii: woman i mi:an to hi:. To do my best. Senator Vest made a weak attempt Paint the woman I mean to be, ttli Momlii In Ma) t'lri'iilt Court iniivini'K tln mi. Niiteinhci. I'll re and sweet and calm and free!' 1.1'I.iUie My name U not upon the rolls of to reply, using the Homestead labor JiiJd Joe ."i' riiuimneiilili'" Attorney troubles as an argument against pro- Paint that weary eyes may see faiue. llanlnlek ''IT It It cli rk f.iiiil-l""''r in Tis on the page of common life tection, and asserting that the value Glimpc of the immortal me. imprest; From this palid face leave out ,!',",rtl,',"J But I'll keep makiuj', milking just the of farming hinds has tlctcriatcd under ln.1. AlUriii.) ,i,,,,11'".' protection, which nsscrtion brought Every line of care or doubt; IIiihiiii I 1,(1, fame, with the smiles of oiid MipiIII r'i.'!.1"'1"1' instant denials, as to their own States, Paint it I P luiii-iAnd do my liest. Jailer Who with earth's poor pain is done. t nurl rnntriio. till' 1st Miinill) III I ai'h Inonlll from n number of Republican Sena.Sometimes 1 ting a very simple pong, tors, including l'addoek, of Nebraska; Paint it so the world may see In Jatiunrj, Court i oincn. - llif ilnl Mi.n.la) And it onward to the cat or April, Jul) mi'l li IuIt. Davis, of Minncfsota, and l'ettigrew, One glad woman, wholly free; west; . Csutt ef Cla.lxo. One who ilrcndR no coming morrow, of North Dakota. Cuiitt begin" tin- - lot Mnmln) In Oilolsr nml Although in eilcntucrM it rolls along, One who fears no crushing sorrow. Jmiuii.). J do my het, If Senator Palmer, of Illinois, isn't One who-- c inission-itn wait, Ju(li'e'iiiuit hrbl In Marc-h- June. September Sometimes1 1 write a very little hymn, careful he will get himself drummed With love conipassiontUc, nml liiti'inln r, a pi riliiieiippiniiniii iium-out of the Democratic party. He In herii lender 1 lie joy within me cannot ho rc arms to tnkc . (.1 IV Tinner, . 1,1, prcst; so far forgot the policy of that party, Those whose Ut . s bleed and iiH McKlu.lle),t ...-'..- . ( Win) lor iiUMal'lt'. Though no one rctnN, the letters arc the other day, as to say, on the floor break. S. T -- letins, IC, in, III, II'. co dim, A .". Ki.mn, II, 11,11. It. of the Senate, that he did not believe I tlo my hot. Paint it woman with a face T. I.. Hllthe Republican party was responsible Radiant with immortal grace; (IM.Im Miller, I, 1, 1, I. if I n'c Mime fellow traveler rije for such events as the Homestead Let her eyes shine like the sun And J t'llllllll.l', I, ', i. 'i. (.i tv riiiu'i out.ii'ii'. Fur, tar above me; xtill with quiet When the summer has begun, tragedy. ( P. in Hi urn It, 7, i., 7, 7 lrciil J It I ll.'ii.l. r, I., t. !; t.. IUk1liiR. The unanimous vote by which the Do not let her smile or weep, I keep on climbing, climbing towards H KTiiliiriiiiilitlili.. Senate confirmed the nomination of Let her face a gladlcss keep, the fkies, (s I, I'ull.i im,u. I.'. II, II, 11. Jill. WiHHlimril, II, II. II, II. Ami do my bc.t. Mr. Cieorge Shims, Jr., to be asso- That n mystery slinll show fjiru Itowe Of the rupttne born or woe. utr),ll, lii.i.'J. My very best, and if, at close of .lay, ciate Justice of the Supreme Court, )WM ljir, I", , , Worn out, I sit mi! down awhile to was proof positive that the WashingPaint a soul mi high mid strong It would not to earth belong rot, ton sensation mongers had been en I Mill will mend my garments, if I may gaged in some big lying concerning . Did not love its footsteps stay, rollce tuiirl". way. Ami ilo my hc-- t. lenderly to the of that nomination, Held by lovelendby the truth set tree, Ilium In- - -1- .1 Mlt'liill, Ju.lit'i P Ta)nr, It may not be the beautiful or grand, which was never for n moment in This is the immortal me! iiiarshtl. I'mumm. N O Iinll, jinui-- i J W Dinlel, JJtit 1 mint trv to lie so caretul.Ict doubt. iiiuriiliiil. Xew York Globe UolliiiK, I fail to be whaOs Km.i II Lr.- -J I, litl'loii,Juliti". J" put into my hand, Senator Chandler thinks the new marl1. v ,rt COMPANION'. My veiy hot. I. IInhMii", jn.ltfet V! I'llmim. II mi mm.. Mill: - lllMt HIMIAM law, autliori.ing the President to retlinlsli.il. ;.. I know nothing about an ideal wo-- au Ktiki. Ili'i.l, Jii.Ik'. ltcttcruud betterevery stitch ioimI lie, taliate upon the owners of Canadian Ixivr. i; II Crumb r, JuUi'i The lat a little stronger than the vcfselsj IIUIMliill. never saw one, nor nn ideal man "for discriminations against l. re.-. cither. And if I did know one, she Oilier fiiinilj oitlrer-i(.nod Miftcr! help my eyes that they American vewel, should be supple- mciitcd by another providing for re would be the last woman in the J It ft it may iimjiir .. ..I W I'.irmtt I The contrast Am. IMT To do niv bet. taliation upon the Grand Trunk Hail-loa- world would tie to. .Ji.p It Iti'ui r h.l,."l .ilpintti-ti li lit J V llni'lli . Julia II. M,iy. t'.'ii'inr Amer- would be too great. for discriminating against An ideal wife is the ideal woman ican shippers, and he has introduced -vszicrrr". fully developed. She always "sticks a resolution with that end in view. M. i:. . Iiuri li.Sainlli. -i rvni" tlilr.l iiiiI Senator Higgius, Chairman of the tip" for her husband at home as well fi.nrlliMlll.il) in iiii li limnlli .Sil.llll.i'li'inl Bt Our Rogular Coi'rospondont His shortcomings arc K. K. Kcpuhliciii Congressional Campaign us abroad. Vn'il'Hk i'i r ' siiinlii inuriiiii. Iti't. writes an Interesting . I'lii'.l'u'lor Committee, has selected an executive covered up, even from himself, and ii'im.l "iitnr-t Cliiiri'h. vniii' In tt Lottor. uI'lMitli"-.Iiu'il iir) Mni'li) ly uiiif wuii'li committee composed of the following she comes to believe he is just what i .'iiiiiui, iinriiitiiti ii 1" k in' j . hii'I rmirtli '. !. t'lmrrli. Representatives to, in conjunction she wants him to be. riri l llrnl lit ' "'ii". Hurrah for Itcptiblican Mllitli llnirliliioi.Oi She always has u hearty "I told l!i' with himself, take charge of the Coni. II. Mi ImiiI l'ii". i mi uii'li) umriiiiie 'i n. I liurrli. ii "I - " rm liool ut 'i -- "ii- It ha won another gicat victory over gressional Campaign: Caldwell, of you so" when he wins success never m. i (lie :iiitiiii:il((l ideif of JalJinoniiiiK iii.I lur'l.l lii'r N MMilllf., 1'i.lor Ohio; Herman, of Oregon; Houk, of when he fails. lin-- t iinJ Deiuocraev, and coniiellcd.a mujori- Alpliu IliiilNI. loul.l . rti Every man has his limitatious;soon-e- r -it.li i lii'iil lllitlil llill'l mi 1) IllullilllKllli'l ol the Hiilln' to iniliiilil tin' N'.itiiinnl Tenneee, and Cheatain, of North J hliiniiijt l'nlr lli'i itUu'i I'm L i or later ho learns this. When Ca,oli,Kl- val tw' of thc" ' ' honor by voting for the World's Fair financial losses, mi'tbrtuno and huuu",u"' """B t tloit "'" r': miliation come, and he feels crushed iiiiiininrinliiin. Lot no nti.i f, had it not been for the persistency of main constantly at the headquarters by the force of circumstances, she althe Republican Senate in dcmtimling of the committee in this city until the ways takes his God bless her! part. that the Mouse pass that nppropriu election. And he is inclined to throw the blame tinn, and the votes ,f the solid Reon anyone or anything, she goes him Wantod to Know publican mciiibciship of that body was? one better and lays it on thicker. Who Adam's motherin-laaided by progi e.sive, How to be a successful bill dodder? What a comforter she is! Democrats the exposition in which Her ingenuity is takctl to prove him Why n fool never learns that he is the Picjident hail by iliiection of right under all circumstances, and so a fool? Congress invited the nations of the is her reasoning that she deHow to run a newspaper without artless world to participate would have been !ii:rvi:i:.v ceives herself. nioiiev? LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, crippled, if not cntiiely ruined, by Does this swell tis up? Why, of the Democratic ret ileal to tender it Why little men like big handles to course it does; but it iil-- o puts n heart national financial aid. Everyone of their names? in a man and gives him a backbone PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' the 107 votes in the House against Why n country town can't have to stand the next struggle. I'llOM AXI TO the World's Fair appropriation was walks? Prospects gone, the future mortI.OIIHVII.I.r.ll'.MI'lllSi.VKKHItllt cast by a Democrat, or by an assist- gootl side it)(ji:,niiii m: Why a loafer comes oftciicst and gages, hopes dashed, tho sky overitii.o tiu .i'iniiit. ant Democrat-Thirparty man and cast with clouds, a man would sink slays longer when you are busy? the fillibustciers all .belong to the If fools tire as plentiful in nil never to rally were it not for tho lovThe Quick and Desirable Route same crowd. countries as they seem to be in this? ing hand to part the clouds and let TO AXlt I'ltOM The same spirit which prompted the the sunshine stream through. Ilo New York riiiliu'flplilii lliiHiiuiirn Which one is the greater to be pitvotes mid the fillibustciing against the WHcliltiKtnM Ntirfnlk Olil I'nliil IlK'jllllHllll lllltllttll t'll'M'llllll ied he who trys to fail or he who finds there is one heart which gladly World's Fair appropriation controlled TcUvio CIiIihK" Iinllniiui'iil'u gives him the place of honor, one the House when it struck out the fails to try? Cin.'innnti l,nui ill fireside where he is still a hero, one Why the world will spurn n woman Enstorn and Northoastorn Points Si'iiatc amendment to the Sundry homo with an ideal welcome; nml llnl.ui Hhiiko km) .MoiiIiU Vtoki-liiirCivil bill, providing for the purchase and excuse a man when both are New Orteiuin Mnl.it.. I.tlllii Ituck lint tho lamb becomes a lion. A man ahke guilty of the same offense? "'l lu'llil In Wi'iil TViiiim- - of a site for a ne Government PrintSpriiiK would die for such u wife! i'0 'IVxits Arloitirtis .MiwUiiii ing Of lice. Which is tlio more hopeless, the She is her husband's companion. l.nuihliiim :iinl tin Kmilli nml Decent Democrats were so ashamed case of the man who borrows his If he loves books she will cultivate HOUTHWKST. of the cowardly attaik upon Commiscounty paper or of him who subscribes that love in herself. This may take TVkiIIki I tlttiroiiKlily iiiiiiiii'il nml lit sioner Kaiim, contained in the Knloc but never pays? time and effort,but rich is the reward. I'liiiilition, hihI pniTiilcs mi excelresolution asking for Gen. Ratlin's How much idle time would be I known husband who is intellectulent nrrunRi'tnuiit In time hiuI tlinmsli cht dismissal from office on evidence that spent by the human family in the nml eontHiiieneo A vkatuiik Ir tlie time ally starving uccauo his wife is not scenreil by tlio l.itnlteil Kxiti'S Trsliif. Iiiul been fully controverted, that they course of twelve months if nobody with him ni his thirst after knowledge. Only a nioiii' itunt lirtwpoit l.oul.villo refused to aid in bringing it to a vote attended to anybody's business but his He must trod alone whore her presui MninpliU, nml tin t niul iuli'kit in the Hoihe, and the miserable lijtle own? ence would turn every-daprose into two cities uvar tillVroJ. iierTicu between Ibo has ended. Tii'kolK.Tinii'.Tiil.lrii nn.l nil ileilreil liirurntn-lioSabbatliMlay poetry. mi'iiiT.I l.y m'.I)Iiik tn J, ll.'l It lienor Chairman Carter, of the National NO CREEK. Such a wife may not be tin ideal, AlEfiitnt lleutft' l.iiiii.ur Committee, had an extended conferJuly '28. Wheat threshing is the but her presenco goes n long way toArLLouisTille, Kt. W.H.FroutT.Gen'l Piss. ence with the President this week, re- order of the day. ward making nu ideal husband. lating to the general conduct of the Miss Hcrtie Word, who bus been An ideal woman has all the best i.oiiiNVii.i.i:.sr. i.otisi a tkx. it. it. campaign. visiting her ulster, Mrs. D. K. Ward, traits of wife nnd mother. Senator Aldrich, of Rhode Island, Fonlsville, bus returned home. She " LouisTille, St. Louis & lsi:s ailway. Alex Du'jnid. delivered one of his calm, conserva- wns accompanied by D. U. Ward, not rr.m'ixT, iiut kimuituai.. tive and convincing speeches this wife nml little daughter, Trcna, Inet i'H. uuiii:niii.i: in iikikct nov. i, .N'ii.A.1, .Nii.M, She is of earth, earthly, though fit week, on the report of the committee Saturday. WIWriMUIM". Iiiil). lnil. Sho is uot an impossiwhich has been engaged in investigatMiss Andy Hoover, of Abbievillc, for heaven. T.I", n. in. 0 JJ p. tn. l.v. Luiilntlllo ing the cllect of the tarill'oii the cost who lias been visiting her uncle, J. ble creature nor yet n composite one, 7 .'.M p. in d.tl n I'.iint Wi't is not perfect. U.I7 n. in. M7 i. in. First of all, llramlrntiiirK.. of living and wages in this country S. Bennett, returned home Inst and she H.ll ii, tn. s:i7i. in. Irvlnuti.il good attributes, she has in her heart Ho begun by Thursday. and (Sreat iirilain. In. j In, in. U.J1 I', in. kleliliriinimrt . In II ii. in. Il.lili. Hi, Clou l'Oil ., ,. stating that the lines were more Miss Prudio Dennett nml Mnster the spirit of altruism, which Christ 11:11 n, in. In. 1U.. in. Iltiiiiollle sharply drawn in the present cam- Krnest lieunett visited J. 1$. Rowan tauuht and applied. She is practical, 11:1-- . a. in. lii.ll i though not without n strong vein of 1. Hi . in, Hill .. in. tlMi'ii.lnirn paign than ever before, tlio RepublicSunday. l.OI l. Ill, II..'.'. l III, Snllwllt' sentiment, Sho has a wealth of sympaans favoring u continuance of tlio Miss Gertrude Mills will teach tlio liJ'ip, in, litfinyu. Ar, Ilruilrr.i'ii thy, which meets every demand, and protective tarifl, and the Democrats full school nt this placo. Nn. 61, Nii.Ci, tho poor and distressed which denouncing protection as a fraud and Daily D.uly. HOUND. Owensbo-ro- , pity for KViT Commodore Lako,ot near He gave 7:lf. ii. in. lit Up. m, as being unconstitutional. vistedil.N. Sandcrfur last Sat uri prompts to practical aid. Everybody I.l. IIi'IhIi'Iuhi 7: 17 ii. in. :i.l7i.in. HlKltlUlillO respcts her, and no man walks in her that the friends of protection tiny and Sunday. .n h. in. 4 a p. in. notico tlviriiu'iiiii. ... proposed waging nn aggressive wartun ii, in. fiuip. in. Miss Lcola Ward, who has been presence without lecling the strength l.il.oll . .. (i,l ii. tn. .'...tn ). infare upon the revolutionary doctrines, visiting her sister, Mrs. Hello Wnrd, and nobility of her womanliness, 10 ni h. tn. 6 .'.7 p. in. Clnw rpoi! . spiritual nature receives which, although long secretly cher 19 p. in. lu Jit ii, in. of Rownntown, returned homo List without his Kti I'ln nxj.olt a baptism. ll.ir.iii. in, 7.U4 p. Ill, islied by Democratic leaders, are now week. IrvliiKtnii iliiimltiil.iiri; ll:'."ia. in, 7,.tl p. lu, She is frank, impulsive, warm for the lirst time openly avowed. He Wo have no weddings to report p Wtmt t'llllll i o p, in, 8 l.uup. in. u u5 p. in, then recited the Democratic Hearted nml genctous, nnd attracts Ar. I,otiltlllo this time, hull think wo will havo if would linvc some one don't stay on his side of the many friends. Withal she is modest Timlin Nil SI uiitl Nu. - iniUe ciiuiiim llim Hi Irviugtou (Suiiili) i.xit'ptril) nlih tiiilimuu l.oiilc better expressed the idea made dur- creek, mid refined, bright nnd well educat II. II., ut ainl villi', llarlii'liiirir A Wciti-ri- i ing the Inst Congressional campaign, Miss Denial) Harnett is visiting ed. Sho appreciates art, delights in rut ImiiiihI. For furllu r liifm iiiiiIIoii, hiMrox II, C, HlUIDlMI.Ouii. IVrAs'l. Sho is ' charging that the McKiuloy t arid' law friends in McLean county this week. music, nnd loves literature. I.oiiInviIU, liy. would result in greatly increasing the interested in current ovents, mid en- Staic. Litti.k This cost of living in this country. joys talking about them. , Sho has nnOWK'8 IllOM niTTEUB ALMANAC NIiiIhIi'h Vlliiliu-Uuluil Mm nceil foreiiui.lpii rather advanced ideas on "woman clmrgo has been completely refuted For INtlJ Inn, lointnf Rppi lite, Dmlnem, mul nil njiutoinn Conbilm One Ilumlrol Itwlpn for intilt-liiinvestigation nt rl D)pi'pii. question," mid believes that there is by tlio ctellcloiiH Cmiily rlienply ami iiilikly ninl71itK per U.IIIpuI. at lioniu. Till Hoolc U tflveu uvtuy ul drug tlio Senate Committee, of which Mr, WiiinedrlttiiiA Ilio. a placo for her on tho restless tide of and uuntrul torc. ll -I -, (i heart-string-i t. V . il- -i I --d State Directory IDEAL WOMAN. human thought. She receives sensible homo training in youth, mid bus not ruind her constitution by the use of npplianee intended to beautify her form. "Common sense" is her applied maxim for dress. She is not constantly seeking n lover, but scienely waits the coining, if may be. of one who desiics to wed her soul, and whose advent into her life marks the unfolding of mi allec-tio- n sweeter than life, stronger than death, lasting as eternity. Could any man crave holier trcasuie? She is ready to adapt herself to any circumstances, to make any necessary sacrifice, in sharing the lot of the man she loves. T lEcVsxrin. ATTOl.'NKV There nre dillerences enough bettt ecu a hor-- 0 and wagon so that even n poor observer ought never to mistake one for the other. One of the most obvious (lillbiences is that a wagon is capable ol its best work only when thoroughly tired, which can hardly I) said of the horse, mul it has also been noticed that the horses get moie tired as the wagon isn't. While resting my bones in the Michigan grass lust summer, I hail a pleasant opportunity of listning to, and verifying, the talk of u well informed, practical, mul consequently well-to-d- Kowo I K. HARTFORD, MX. It - AT LAW, - KKNTUCKV, I. UHMVI, MUNS, "JJ3 jsa , aw 2- at - Will pnu Ulu tin ir 1'Iu!jiiiuuIiiiiII tin. I'niirt" ii Ohio anil "Ijoimi . i u untie, nil. I mill I of Appi-nlSpoeiuliitti-iitioi- i intliu-nnxiidi tir etiinii-n- l HARTFORD, KY. (i)tln-emir iiili rs'iiiV Ritiur.) lion. WniJiy Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will prni tlee li'i profi lit Ohio nml n.ljolii. InKinuiilios, nml the court of Appi-nl- . hpi-cnttrntlnti giTtn ti collctlon. Olln i north i,!c pul.lu square. t2 7It xri:sicvc 1 1 WASHINGTON. il'litli-wll'm- I ' ' ' y. .,.it., ino-bae- keil - llll-"- m .1 I I lii ;l 'l'. ,f anli-Holoi- iii,i:t, d Ur.t-i'lits- y n o Sincerity rests upon her brow. farmer. 1 noticed that the Look ni her she may not be beau- wheels of his wagon had very broad tiful, us the woild counts beauty, but tires (ami by the way, I couldn't the bloom of health is upon her heart. help noticing how well wootl seems to Love glorifies her heart, answer for the. wheels of Jarm wagons.) There's Heaven in her soul. I asked a great many questions about -- I '. If. the broad tires, and this is what I found out: TltAIICDIAN W.lllDlj's VI IIWM. It seems that the Michigan lawThackeray's description of Laura PeiiJendis comes near my ideality of makers have had their windows open One, who could so that the new life has begun to womanhood. her husband in editing nn important shine on them. The value of broad newspaper like the Pall Midi Oiixtte, wheel tires being apparent, nml nat train her children in nu atmosphere of wishing to put the fanner to compullove and practical Christianity, nnd sory cxpctic, they have made a law, the draft of which is that the man prepare scch simple, homely reme dies, ns n mustnid bath tor her hus- who will use on his wncon tires of a band when he had n cold; n helpmeet, certain width shall have u rebate in his road tax ot f. companion ami friend. And this In buying a is how it works. Fiakrirk HViniV. the difference in cost is slight, a coi.uii: i'iiimukntV idi:ai.. In answer to your question I beg to nstho wider tires may be much thinsay that the ideal woman should be: ner, and the added strength in the In lnain, large; in learning, biouil; wooden rim makes u stronger wheel. To take fiom a wagon already in in scholarship, exact; in tower of e the narrow rims anil tires and re thinking, elenr mid deep; in heart, pure; in love, warm; in every quality place them with wider ones, cost beas neat; like her Creator as human tween 812 and 20, and in the case of tho farmer to whom I refer, the dican approach the divine. rect saving in load tax at once wns Cliarte F. Timing. better than twenty-fiv- e per cent, on "ham's iioiin" nniron hpkak". tiii: the co- -t of making the alteration. You will have to come and see her. To a man who was loaning his suiplus She is indescribable. money ut six or seven per cent., the F.J'- Kmni. broad tires inked like a good invest ment, even if there was no other adMORGANTOWN. vantage. Rut the other advantages Flow-er- s July 28. "Aunt Fraukey" lie showed me died yesterday morning ut her were much greater. home a few miles from here, noil the that in the cornfield, thirty bushels life of n most lcmarkiiblc woman clos- of corn had been a good load with ed. She was, perhaps, mote widely narrow tires, and he could now haul known than most men in our section fifty bushels with great ease. When it came to hauling stuff to market the of the State or elsewhere. She was masculine in her manner load could, with wide tires, beiucuus-e- d from twenty-liv- e to fifty percent. as to work and activity, doing nil ot manual labor nml even up This much from the farmer's stand kinds How about the commonto Inst year planted nnd tended her point. wealth? It has ben discovered that, crop nlone nnd wns exceedingly active up to last December, when n cow in localities where a considerable pore the broad kicked her and broke her thigh, since tion of the inhabitants which time she has been confined tn tires, the decreased tax keeps the road in better condition than the her bed until death relieved her While she was masculine in whole tax did when the narrow tiies her manner of work, she was never- prevailed, and it is believed by men theless tender nnd gentle to all in who tire inn position to know that need of sympathy. Her house was when broad tires are universally Used, ever open to the weary traveler mul the highways (all kinds, from the city ninny a mnn who has enjoyed thu pavement to the poorest dirt road,) good cheer of "Aunt FrankeyVtable may be kept in better condition than the pics-ca- t will feel sad at the news of her death. at present, with cost, Z. O. K. The greatest improvement for the least outlay is what the present genA Woman of Two Ancestors. .No. i VoiU uoil.l.) eration is most likely to renli.o on, Annnii: thu women in nml about nnd while 1 thoroughly believe in Hoston who know their jrrt'nt ifriiud all the good work now being done to fathers are, is ono whoso ancestors the roads, I believe that no road will played prominent but, widely difever be built that can stand narrow ferent parts in tho battle of Concord. tires under heavy loads, and to imOne was appointed to lead thu prove the first is beginning at the yuoiuen, thu other was ouu of the wrong end ot it. Legislation looking toward the foiccd general adoption yeomen to be led. Whon tho cry of bnttlo bounded ot wheel treads proportion to the maxthu loader, thu man to whom tho imum loud to be curried is the thing troops looked for direction, desorted to be first pushed. Such a law made At the last moment bis fear universal would greatly improve them. roads, and us fast as roads prc.-cover came him and he fled. The other ancestor stioinr that tho weie made better, would tend to keep troops were without a commander, them so. If you were putting down rushed front out thu ranks and shotit-iit- fr: a new inn lor carpet you wouldn't let "For God's sako firo!" inadu the boys continue to walk on it with as-i- -t one-halu--1 u-yes-teidaone-four- th ut i:. n.M'PKY. Gria.ff3r 6s SSiiigro, Will II. IMIINUO. Attorneys at Law. prietleelnnlleiiiiits of Olnr. imlmljoiiiiiiK roiintiii., nii'l In Supirinr (,'niirt nml i'uiirt ir Ciillti'iloii nn.l nil li jril lui-lutternM to. (Utiie, No. u, over Anilernon'n llifcinr, Hurt, foil, I. y. ' tJVIy Perry Westerfield ATT0SVE7 lES.A.IR'-JDIE'OIRI- AT LAW, 3ZT2T. (Otliee III HiilliJiiur.) Will I'liirtit,. prolusion In nil the emirlx ol I'lili nml iiilinltihi coiiniicH. AImi ."votary I'lililli" vJn.'JI Roslne, I, uv. 3Li. ATTORNEY Attorney at Law, ISLy. Cromlor tt. 35. "Wed.d.i:ns Will iinuilrclii profession In nit the Coitrtu ol OliliinmlniljijiiiliiH t untitle", nml In the Court of Appeals. Special nttiiition Kit en toiolhrtlon. Olllee, oter Willi im, lu II ,t ilrnK-ti,r- e. Hartford, Ky, jIoavrin, AT r.n LAW, I S. WfflHFE MMk feS -- W VW Vk!l$ t ." j yrPfyfU.-.yj I -r j rr VTV-- DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. Physician A. J. SLATON, M. D., & Surgeon, Formerly of Millwooil, ow loeatul nt Leitch-tiol'- l, nlfei s his nroft ion.il wn lera to the people (Iri)-oum- ul i.IJolniiijj cousin h. Olllee in re. (tho Dr. Ilmluu propi rtv.) aniy SECRET ORDERS. So:n.s .ChvroM.ixwell Ciiinp, No. 3D, Depirlnn-n- t ot Kentui'h), nn eti. ut lliirtlor.I,KyheconitSiituriliy In ciuli mouth ut 1 u. C, M. lUttirrT, Captain. Jai. I Hour, nut. cf Veterans. S, Dcptrtnicnt o Kri'lliiky, tnei Is el er) t hlrJ "ntiinla) ut 1 o'clock r. ., In Coiirt-Housl.cltohtlchl, Ky. l'.S. HuLvr.it, Com, Or. .A., J.U'nilimiii Pout, N'o. S.A.JIcSumr.AiiJ. tt. Phihtiiv Morton Post No. I, In pitrlinciitof Ken-tu- c liy, meets eery Snturihy Is fore the second Mmhy nt ID o'clock a. m. Intluicourt-houson- t Ilartfenl, Ky. J. C. CiiAnutnuN, P. C. J. M. Ilimior, Ail). pQtNiry b h'l2fWNS-T'r- i veTo Hw Epileptic A KATtTRAI, RXMEDT TOR rils, ramus' .Sickness, Hyster- ics, St. Vitus Dance, Nervousness, Hypochondria, Melancholia, Sleeplessness, Dizziness, llraln anil Spl-uWeakness. i himsulf thu luadur the tnun needed. From the time this woman wns u littlu rirl in slorl dresses sho had repeatedly hoard this story, nnd had been proud of tlio bravo man mid oh! so ashamed of tho coward. As sho irruw into womanhood sho found in her natiiro parts of both nncostors. Lot mo toll you how 1 often feel" she would say. "For instance, when 1 en to n party I am happy in anticipation until I fret to tho drawing room door and catch a glimpse of tho iruobts within anil thu hostess standing stiff and prim to receive 1110. hob-naile- d shoes, would you? If you ''There comes over mo n tumble fear nuiu-illl',- I (1 .'. and thu runaway ancestor in mo says, 'Take to your heels, Annie, you can never face these people,' I'm on tho point of obeying this impulse whon 'For God's sake fire!' takes full possession of me. With u bound 1 attack uiv hostuss and the battle is won. statements-- ''- -misstatements A Danvillo Vordiot. Mr. .lesso Dunn writes as follows: i . I vi . r n I'lli-eli- i have used Quiiiu's Ointment for the last twelve mouths on thoroujrli- I'i". Windpuffs, Curbs, and Splints it has never failed."Horsoineu should uot be without it. It would seem its if Quinn'ri Ointmont' was mi in- "1 VttStlllUllt. did, the carpet appropriations would begin to run short and you would have to appeal to the Legislature for aid. There is just one valid objection to wide tires, and that is, that such a wagon runs hmd over a road which is mostly used by the old kind of tires, but when nil wheels are what they should be, there will be no ruts (at least not in the road,) and the face of the farmer may yet bo shortened so that he can get shaved at the regular price. I have often heard teamsters say they would be glad to use broad tires if every one else was compelled to do so. This is the key to the situation. in this direction Make wrong-doin- g illegal, nt the same time show to the wagon owner why it is directly profitable to him to comply with the law. Did you e.'cr notice how willingly n man become a citien when he can make money by it? The money now expended for roads would come very near making them good romls if it wcru not for the constant umisc iniiictcd ny nairow nics. nut . ., ... law-abidi- This mcillclno fins direct action upon tho nervo centers, allaying all Irritabilities, and Increasing tho flow and power ot uorvo fluid. It Is perfectly harmloss and leaves no unpleasant effects. r,j5"sfr"' Lllli h r fl r r IIEmIbs to nr Diseases stmt treecan &lo nlJrtwv poor pitleiitu olit&ln t tuc fiee of cliurue. tliU Thin ivineiW hoi Iwen liri'tian-i- l by tlio fumnnd Kiwuiit. ol l'ort.wamo. InJ., since lsKHand uow iirvliaria uuiler hu iltroctluii by tho KOEHIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. gold by UniKsUta at 81 per Dottle. 0 Tor & IircobUc. S1.73. 0 Kuttle for 9. unit nii-ill- v Vnlii.ililo Jloolc cni Nervou eosti.v qriMiir. WSTUqUUlTT, MIE'S G85SAM VEHia.FUfiE Has let) nil Worm Romodlos. EVERY vfUKiAoI FOR 20 YEARS KIlllillDiOa.TUUIIt HID. CO,, BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rr.i.Jt.r BOLl KVISttYWIinUE.kT.MICIS. , cIlEOtlou b- i. . t ,i Hill UCIIUVU lb t.i.. 111 UVll I llll rnise money enough to keep the roads where they should he until the tire W'cakucfcj. Miliaria. UlHouiiicu. tnVe to THU m,o-d- tad IP vtv:vs mosf j'iti'u: s. It cures quietly. Kor nalo - ull dealers th) gtQulno. lacdlciao question is settled by law, and any such law which would take cllect two (or even ono) years after its passage could not bo a hardship to anybody. nndWlilflMjrBiMtt cured at liouie with out pain. Hook of par. tiriuan wut rnKK, AUuita,Ua. UUlcolOI.KWnUetattUat, km.wooixkv.m.ol VMMM0flia Hartford Republican ronuenr.1) evi:uy fkiday moknino. IMIInr I thcpcoplu will he faithfully guarded, the good upheld and the evil cnat down. Tin: Herald, true to its record of falsifying and misrcpresentation.eomes out tliu week in a windy editorial condemning the action of the commissioners in their division of the county into Magisterial Districts,aud attempts to bring them and their work into disrepute. As is usual, the facts do not sustain the position of this pettish According to the little neighbor. vote ut the August election of 1891 the Magisterial Districts will have the following population: Muford, o04; Cromwell, !)I58; Fordsvillc, 07(5; , and Kosine, 1,274. Hartford, In the case of Kosine precinct the vote of 1890 is taKcn ns the vote for that one precinct, for the year of 1891 could not be found, and the vote for the whole Magisterial District is thus larger perhaps by 2" than with the vote of 1891. Now, it is charged that the people will be deprived of the use of the courts in such a district as Kosine, hut the reader will notice that in thnt district there are five incorporated towns and five police eouits.tlmt in Cromwell Distnct there are two incorporated towns and two police courts, that in Fordsvilre District there are two incorporated towns and two police courts, and in Haitford District there is one incorporated town nud one police, court, one county court, one quartern1 court and a circuit court, so thnt if courts are what the people of the county need, they Again, it are abundantly supplied. charged that the only object in the division was to make Kepuhlican Districts. Now, this bears a falsehood on its very face, for if the coininis sinners had been actuated by each motives it would have been very easy for them to have made only one Democratic District in the county and the The arrange-nien- t rest all Kepuhlican. will serve the best inns made terests of the people mid the Jlemhl knows it, ull of its silly twaddle to the contrary notw iihstnnditig. 1,1-18- jo. ii. itoji:i(N rrvTirtr. FKIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1892. Republican Ticket. KOlt l'UlKIDIINT, BENJAMIN IIAHU1S0N, Of Iiulinnn, foh vici: i'kimioi:st, WHITELAW KEID, Of New York. FOIt ttllKIUFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. tor cntcmr coiiht Totoni:ow ci.niiK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. is the Convention. Tins is the year of Republican success in the Fourth Congressional District. So let every llcpublicnii in the unil assist county turn out in cho.'isir.g n candidate. Tin: Democratic party is afraid of its Free Trade position and is attempting to dodge the issue in the cam paign and take up the Force Hill, hut the people are acquainted with Democratic siihterfuges. HiTixoN TiiATOirr.it is the Hepuhli can candidate for Circuit Clerk of llutler county, and ot course that He is an means he will be elected. energetic and popular young man, who will make an excellent Clerk. Tiik Democrats in Congress are heaping shame upon their own heads and placing the country in an unenviable position by opposing the appropriation for the World's Fair. Away with the economy that costs our conn try her name ns a great nation. Gen. Spi:i:i S. Fky, an old had served in both the Mexican and Civil wars, died at Hurrod's He was in Creek Monday evening. the battle ot Mill Spring when a shot from his pistol killed the Confederate general, Zollicoller. Gen. Fry was worthy citizen and a zealous itenun-- 1 j lican. I It is disgusting to hear a Demos cratic orator spout forth the gushing he is in favor ot fcentiment that "equal rights to all aud exclusive privileges to none,'' and iu the same breath deny the negro of the South the right of suffrage ns guaranteed by the Constitution, but they do it Just the same. JakiiRowe's; absurd reference to the Homestead affair in his speech at the Court House Tuesday night fell as Cleveland's like reference Hat as the recent notification meeting. at The people cannot fail to look with suspicion upon a party, or its mouthpieces, whose cause is so weak that it up by such unmust be warranted statements. Down witli such rot. bol-ter- neighbor, the Her with Wednesday great gusto, its little snake story, when the truth is, rattler was dead as a hammer several hours before the sheet went to press. It is suppo-e- d to have died from the effect of the bite from the vicious fangs of his The question now agitating the minds of the people is which is the worst a snake bite or a rat bite? Oi'u slow-going all, announced rat-bhi- When the Herald is growing so el oquent in its denunciation of Republicans in their efforts to subserve the best interest of the people of the county, one's mind naturally turns to the sickening job that sheet mid the Democratic politicians of Ohio county attempted to perpetrate upon our people in the Little Bend aflair. The Herald is ever ready to impugn the motives of others nud to forget its own sin and the sins of its party, sealing its ears alike to the voice of truth and consistency. As a result of the continued howl of Democratic politicians and the Democratic press, that the working people arc oppressed and down-trodden, that their rights are trampled upon and their very life i being i crushed out, the country is flooded with speakers an J literature whose doctrine is worse than Democratic and whose influence, is not only but is destructive of good The People's Party is citizenship. only the legitimate outgrowth of Democratic methods of misrepresen tntion, aud is a cross between Democracy and Anarchy, striking as it does at the very foundation of good government. This party is inanipu-- 1 latcd by a set of able and skillful, disappointed politicians and political sore-heafiom the old parties, who hope through their misrepresentations and anneals to ienorance and niviu-- ' dice, which earmarks this new paity, has inherited from its near relative, d the Democratic party, to the voters of the country, and thereby ride into ollices, which so far they have failed to obtain. We iiisi-- t that while the mass of voters perhaps are sincere, the leaders of this new party are not sincere, that the) are willfully and knowingly misleading the people mid sowing seeds of distiuH and which a generation will dissension The People's scarcely obliterate. Party cannot hope to live more than a few years and its only effect, politically this year, is that it may possibly carry a few Western Republican States mid throw the election into the House of Representatives, which is but to secure the choice of Giover Cleveland. The Democratic party has but one hope of success mid that lies in the success of this new party m the West. Republicans, beware of this Democratic known as the People's Party, its sue cess like tho success of Democra cy, means disaster to your principle and to the prosperity ofthe country. We repeat it, beware. J mi-leay side-show is the guest of J. C. Riley and litn- iF. Condict.ofthw iiy. D. E. Wind nud family. Fordsplace, lias been appointed one of the the county. villc, were iu Kindeihook lnl week. committee to The lodistricting the county into They made a pleasant viit to Win. new Magisterial districts is for the Wnrd and family. Little Maimee Roby, of Ottoinhnro, time concentrating thought in this direction. There are a few political is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. changes more needful thnt ought to L. Haird nt this writing. Alex Bennett mid wife are visiting be made in this connection. The Magistrate ot each Magistciial dis- the family of S. A. Bennett. Miss Gertrude Mills is at the bd-sid- c trict, ought to he the assessor of that of her grandmother, Mrs. Rachel district. This fact seems so that reasons for such a demand Hell, who is quite sick. Mrs. John Slcvens.aud son, Davie, seem useless nud it becomes no lit tic wonder to know that our Legisla- innde a flying trip to Otvcnsboro last tors have not long ngo so enacted. week. Will Haycs.wife and chiid.Clinton, Such an arrangement would ensure n moic accurate assessment of property Indiana, made a pleasant visit to R. and the principal resources of the A. Anderson and family Saturday county nud State greatly increased evening. is Miss Oma Smith, Owensboro, thereby. It is reasonable to suppose Mrs. Ella that u resident of any section ot this the guest of her aunt, county would he better nble to esti- Shown. Mrs. Alzien JKogcrs, Hartford, is mate property at real value than a visiting her mother, Mrs. Harnett, at man living in a remote point. The ollice of Magistrate would be this writing. Departed this life July 2!)th, '92, broadened and its importance necessarily increased. The people dcinnud Nathan Bennett, in the SUrd year of such a change and they have a right his age. He was u good Christian No one gentleman and God thought him too to expect such to be made. does not fear his taxes will be pure for earth, so he was wafted oil who raised commensurate with the real angels wingt to that heavenly home value of his property, will object to above. He leaves a wife and several making the Magistrate of the new brothers and sisters and a great many Magisterial District avesor, instead tfieiiiN to mourn their Ins. Weep only gone of prop- not dear friend foi he of plan by which before to guide you to that heavenly erty are now made. The bridge acros Uanley's branch, home where parting is no more. Daisy Dcani. near here, has been in very bad condition for several months and last Harrison aud Monday evening Mr, Payne was Contortown Hoid Club. driving across the bridge in an empty The above named Club, was organtwo horse wagon when the bridge fell through and man, hocs and wagon ized Saturday night, July .'10th, alter By some miracle no a musing speech by A. Lee Renuett, went with it. serious damage was done. Mr.Payno with John M. Williams.as Chairman, For Secietary. was on In way to Calhoun. Nothing and Virgil On names wore enrolled. ha as yet been done towards Tuesday evening, the 2d of August, ing it, although it quite a mile to Col J. S. R. Wedding addiessed a go around to where a eroviug can be large audience at the. schoolliou-e- . found. 'fhe Democratic statute of hypocA party was out huntii.g near Harrisy was thoroughly unmasked by the nett's creek bridge this week when a Tarill', gentleman by the name of Cook, who Colonel iu his talk upon the which he was tendered the thanks j for hadstaited to Hack Ilinton's to get Twenty new names his breakfa-t- , saw playing in the of the Club. which the Club creek on some bgs or drift near the were enrolled; after adjourned until next Saturday night Otters. Mr. bridge, three week. A Lr.i: Hi:NNirrr, Secy. ook succeeded nun, out nine ciiu- iculty.in capturing one of them with his Ropublican Convention. hands, He was expecting to Keep it The Republicans of Ohio comity for a pet, but the annual proved to be are called to meet in Mass Convenso savagely inclined that he had to be tion iu the Court House iu Hartford killed at once. Saturday, August tith at 1 o'clock, Mis Gertie Tichenor came with for the purpose of selecting delegates her father to give his regular music to the Fourth Congressional les-o- n She Convention, which meets at Elizabeth to his class Saturday. will remain for several days visiting town August the l.'ith, and to Ira- nrelatives and friends here. other business as may legally net Miss Eliza Williams, Pleasant The before the Convention. Miss Republican of the county are request-- , her cnu-iKidge. i Florence Newton, and othei relatives ed to attend. and friends of this community this WoodTinsi.ev, CIi'iu'ii. ABBIEVILLE. V. Rowo at Htiwcsvillo. The Ilawcsville correspondent to the Owonshoi'o luqitier says: "Tho county Convention met ut the Coin t House Monday nt 1 p.m. for the purpose of electing delegates to represent thicountv ut the DNtiict Conven- tioii iu Henderson August 9. Every precinct in the county voted its a unit for the brave, gifted and aggressive standard-beare- r Capt. W. T. Ellis as the one to lead the Democratic host to victory in the coming Novembei election. After which (the County Con. volition) about .'100 Democrats assembled iu tho circuit court room to li'tcii to respective claims of the candidates for the ollice of Commonwealth's Attorney. J. Edwin Rowe, the polished, genial, whole-oule- d gen tleman from Ohio county, held the audience charmed for an hour and ten minute. Hy his convincing arguments and elegant appeals for De mocracy all opposition vanished ns the dew before the morning sun M my weie the eprcsi.iii heard on the siicets hy iho-- e who hud been in clined to be for .Mr. Taylor, that they were for Mr. Rowe after hearing the two men. mid we can safely say that he will canyllawesvillebva handsome mnjoiity." Adv. r,MiiifiiiMimi"f!iiiiiiiv i' J uly.'10th. dM"i a ., s ; Ar.'-cy- l.rt r.-"rW.. wP vmwSr I Mil. 1. t Cmi, itll.-hnr- i OflllJ I ,is.S. .' liain.i , I I'Wrr km u ri'im or tun )tur It Ull llutuiiplilli'iUloiiaor I' mi. Iimiiip" I. I'),--. I' d int. n il, Hum I.nl n Ihim' IIihii'Ii i.uy. i J slu iiluu, .11 Inur Lilij PINK'S of. I I II , )il OINTMENT. I . ; S ttlnllinlictlirppurntli)ii lu'iirllly ri'i'iiiiiiui'iiil II to nil lluritiiuuu." linoppriii'ilorlirnrd titttmrmlal: 2 UWir.ir humlrritirfsurh I self-evide- nt . II. I'.DUV Jk t'O., U'liiU-IintlN. Y. Itiuukmaiik. ' illlMIIIMIIMIIIMJallUMtlfllf M.JIIIIIIIMIIIIdllltllll A& I'rlrr.m.Slli tlllt kl l1ofc4 icrlMildi-- . .nk your ilriiifcl-tforl- t. Klin It Huit'lm J.Hitiiiu mtr ,.r lurtrlnWoj;, Jtw9CJk! Emm a little eolith is a dangerous Jj tiling' Aiojounwarethatltoltenfiisti-iHot- i tliea luiiKsntiil far too often runs Into Consumption ami J ends iu Death? IVonlo sulTeiing from Asthma, I Ilrouchltl', I'neumouu and Consumption will nil. ., Do you know-tha- mw m t you mmm m 1 loll "IT STARTED W3TH A COLD." L B "'" "'J n. ..t ii ii ! PDR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY; .... ...... .!... it... i ftf ',,r.l,a f..,1,ta n.ut f..a.,i,. !., W .i"SbbbbbbbbJl. Ab1bIbbHa i . vau you nuoru 10 ncgicct ill (Jan you trille" witli so serious a matter? Are ouuwaio that t I . i .1 w. vt'MKii- -, wn II1U KriMU'Sl, (II 1,1'jwuit ii 1. ' Modern Remedies? ..miwill stop a Cough in one night. It will check a Cold Ull i It in a uay, n wtiiproreirti roup, relievo Annum aim cure (oiiiimipt ion if taken1 in time, " You can't afford to Ihi without il " A S.'i cent Uittlu inn v snvo von ) $100 in Doctor's hills . mav kivo Mini- lift . A1: vour dniinrirt for fi. i,r ..,-.' . . ' 1... tlf . II JllH'lvr.ll IV .,,.., .,1 t.C.tV I. I HI l ) IIIK. b il. II illll V'V, ,,'W....! It' IKHIK. IIIKT-UW-. '. . ., . h n pib i n a rj : il u u ;ji il ; Ii III a 3 Baso Ball! Sonic of our citi.i'iH who are lovers of theiialioii il gniiie, have arranged to have a mulch game belweeu the Mclleuryand llopkiu-villteam at the Pair Grounds line next Monday, August Mh. These club-- ' me two ol the best in Western Kentucky and a line game, bully (.untested from beginning to finish may be expected, will Men mid buys, over 10 year-olbe charged a smalt ndiuis-io- ti fee to m'u thi L'ame in help pay the ira cling expellee-- ' of tin cluh but Indies and children will be admitted I lie. Even body invited. d, TAf0mAiQCmmIk(frJ(rlU 'Bl . n mmwmmimmk rairP'IANU bWbbI M LIMITED ! io.ooo PERYI -- IRfffflOTft JlaCfff V 7lN LXOWAS A&V75AA'&4 vST2XA-AAfW.'r' xjsssxtfii DDD ONLY r pKae3r it n jrjrc ;l r AiVxXv mn e. wor k moyvW J- JW1 bU a1X- - A ' RICES . AA -- ftf i i CPUn Pad GVrf ir S mmi&tm wmmm lagum nr a i an i uivivtimnuwQ-it- - vl OR pyi N6 w m - ' OLD. A 1 i.i.l.' Hull I'I.iim. bar-berin- g half-grow- Di-tri- ct n, week. Miss Clnninie Hoover, Livia, is vs iting her sister, Mrs. L. F. Charlet, Jo. I J. Rod mis, Sec'y. A Card of Than ks. life again .should 1m our trade. It must lie one of the iuo.it delightful. With a nice shop in u city, tastefully decorated and fnrnihed. hot and cold water near each chair, mid u good mn of custom, it isthopivttie.st trade we know; u regenerating trade, too; n iH'autitiei- -. tho burlier feels, mid actually sees, that be is improving customers' look, unil that is encouraging. A man who sells adulterated goods, literature, sliain articles, humbug nostrum", etc., knows ho is doing evil. A man who sells corset- knows he is selling mi engine that injure- women. But here comes u fellow into a bar- i,w shop with a head of hair that looks as if mice had nested in it; a ft'W 1 the shears, u shampoo, '.TV0,! a,nm.'if,,","l,i"-- . The e totality. He has made a new ture of that fellow, put oil his old Adam and put on u new. The effect of that sort of thing daily must tell on u man, Or with a razor singing at his work ho makes n face thine, gives it that clean, pure look that only n shave can give- it. nud the effect of it is good too. National Har-be- Wcii we tn Wmm&M Thnrnmili I't 11 MEHTIOH This Paper .it immm H, til Id lntliiti KIBlBKyAHT STRATTOH SUSIHESS C0LUD& MMZi LOUISVILLE. KY. fl. L. Field. i T livery Stable. irc 'wt u YEHICLES ) ;f " crca-com- r. BARREN RIVER. July HI. Mi-- s Tula Carson is still Wi: fail to see any special ability in confined to her room. Mr. Crowe as a Representative and Mrs. Wah Wesbrook spent last, we also fail to see wherein he has week with friends and relatives in this made for himself, his party or his neighborhood. county any brilliant record in the Mrs. Ollie Rowe, Washington, is Legislature, but while this is true we tho guest of her father, Herman also fail to see in what respect the avWhite. erage Democratic Representative from The debate between the ChrNtian Ohio county for the last twenty years mid began at Methodist mini-to- s excels Mr. Crowe, cither in native Mt. Zion the 20th, and continued 1 ability or in the brilliancy of his rec- days. Their subject was, "When ord. It seems to us it is tho old game of the kettle calling the pot black, and the Herald's criticism of Mr. Crowe falls with equal force upon his Democratic predecessors. So far as their ability and tho good they have done their constituents is concerned they are nil of a wluitness. Christ set up His Kingdom, Infant Membership iu the Church, Immersion iu Water for the Remission of Sin, The Proper Mode of Baptism." The debaters were Revs. Cochran mid Katyiiih. Jones. NOCREEK. G. P. Hicks August 2. Mrs. spent last week at her father's, T. II. Carson. Rev. R. A. Stevens and family, of Indiana, arc expected tn this week on n visit. Rev. R. D. LashbVook will coin, niencen scries ot meetings at Washington on tho 8th of August. May the firo of the comforter fall upon the people mid fill their souls with overflowing love. The District Confeience, Methodist Episcopal Church, will ho held at No Creek, from August the JlOth, to September the fth, '92,also the (Juar terly meeting will be held at the same iilace, the first Saturday mid Sunday A grain! time is in September, expected. Everybody come. Maiiyn. With this number the Rni'uci.ic. an enters upon its fifth year, stronger mid more firmly established mid with mid furnishing I for its readers with a Letter paper than over before. Many efforts have been made to establish a Republican paper in thu county, mid have from one cause or another failed, and it is now with no small degree of pride that we are able to give the people of Ohio county a Republican paper, which we trust iu some degree merits the support of the party and the people. As iu the past the will have but one battle cry, which is truth, and but one eneThe interest of my, which is error. better news-gntheri- facilities at this writing. I desire t'i return my thanks to Loniiiue Davis and family, of near thoe who so liberally patronized and Pleasant Hill, are visiting the par. agisted me iu my ice cream supper cuts of Mr.- -. Davis, of No Creek, at laft Saturday night. this time. Jam in Ii.eii. Rev. Lowry Tichenor, Point Pleas-- I For Salo! ant, is iu the neighborhood and will A good store nud residence in the preach at Woodward Valley Church business portion of llmtlord. 1'or coricspoudcnt, Riifus Will particulars apply to C. C. llennett, Your iams mid John Bell will leave about Hartford, Ky. the first of September for Danville, Ind., where we will be in the Central Normal College during the years of ()f '92-9- .'l. If any one eNe contemplates going off to school we would be glad to have them arrange to no with us. C. All are enthusiastic iu titer opin... ions of the Institute this year. The teachers, of Ohio county, are aroused Notice to Log Mon. I mn now ready to contract for to the work before them and will not s and will be in Hartford on fail to put forward their best elforts, Will be do their work successfully and well. Mondays and Saturdays. to The phut of graduating pupils from glad to make prices to those who conthe common schools has been brought template cutting logp. W. II. Mooiti:. frrcibly to the notice ofthe teachers aud doubtless the old record will be GOtf Agt. John A.Keitz it Sons. broken and several applicants will be For Sale! granted certificates of giaduation iu A house and half acre lot, iu the the common school curriculum next year. It is astonishing that such a Northern part of Hartford. Address, J. E. Cokxixhth. good plau should have remained unnoticed and in some instances unTo Our Subscribers. known to the teachers of this county. The special announcement which Let us make up lor the lost time by reiu our columns some time doubling our energies iu the future. appeared since, announcing' a special arrangeThe plan adopted by our Institute for ment with Dr. Ii. .1. Kendall Co., having an exposition of the children's of Knoshiirg- - Kails, Vt., publishers work at our next meeting is being well of "A Treatise on the Horso and His received, and if the teachers will do Disoases,"whoroby our subscribers were enablod to obtain a copy of their duty this will be the most atthat valuable work free of charge by tractive, as well as the most useful, noiidiiiir thoir nddress to Ii, .1, Kenfeature ofthe Institute next summer. dall Co. and enclosing; a two-ce- nt The aid rendered our Institute, by stamp for mailiiir same, is renewed the lectures and general instructions, for a limited poriod. Wo trust all by Prof. It. II. Carothcrs, of Louis- will avail themsolvos of tho oppor tunity of obtaining- this valuable ville, is incalculable, aud the univerwork. To every lover of the Horse sal desire of our teachers is that he it is indispensable, as it treats iu a may be with us again next year. simple manner all of tho diseases which afflict the noble animal. GllAZIA. Its phenomenal sale throughout States and Cauad , the United KINDERHOOK. August the 1st. Once more wo makes it standard authority. Mention will send you a few items to let you this paper when sending; for "Treatise." know what U going on in this vicinity. Business is dull and crops are looking I.ADIKS had on the account ofthe drouth. Needing a tonic, or rhllilren lhat wnt building up, chnulil InLo iMis.-e- s Nora and Lulu Sorrels, llltOIVN'S 1IIIIN HITTEKS. It la iilcamnt to talc-- , riiri-- .Malaria, Indlgel-UoCromwell, arc visiting the family of nud lllllutuiif u. All dealer keep It. S.L.llairdat this writing. Happy and content U a homo with "The Ro.Wishes .Mattie Luce, Hartford, and ' Ke-'py- , Tlirj Nntlrril tin- Hut, A great Englishman was u prodigy - FORSALE! Call on L. A lot llimbcr, cheap. IIakdwick. saw-log- nt tho university. Whatever could be learned lie learned. Hut ho liad no ser.ie of humor. He thought that men's eyes stilfered through not wealing hats with hiinis nt' sutHcieut breadth, so lie wore u hat with an immense brim One day after visiting ii great city ho said to a friend : "I have bad convincing proof of tho English people's readiness to accept improvement when placed in their view I had not been out of the niilway station live minutes vwa wurn,ui.d.,l by rowd ot people all e.xchiiiiung, 'Whosy our batten' You seo they discerned the advantage of this valuable hat, and wanted to know where they could get hats like it. Hut most unfortu- nately I had forgotten, nud hail to tell them I could not reineinlier who my hatter was, They gave mo three cheers mid went away." ''Twenty-fivYears of St. Andrews." e Dealer iu Horses, ltrggics, Carri.itri's, I ft' ,ud for.-ai- Carts, liu nr lure nt ill bun Wai Saddle or Harness Ib.rscs o tinies.t,j SD0ESTHE FINEST AND CIIEA?ESTS The Twentieth al Stiteaeat BLACKSMITHING. Tlorsosliooing a specially. A lario slock of host modern Vlows, and all kinds of Fanning Implements on hand. Call on him. or tiii: ll K AI I lu (Iiiki- - ,l llimliii'ss, :U, IS!:, 'S.V.I,:! 17.011 JJ.OOO.OD . I HKSOUHCH?. Hills discounted Ileal eMate J. Bkavkk Dam, My. I). WILLIAMS. Furniture and fixtures. BouiN Debt- - iu . . 1,000,(11) suit I,.'!!l.(i7 7i:i..fl S10.".,82.'l.0!) Cti'liuii haiiiuVin other h'kn W,i'2i).7U LIABILITIKS. SUO.OOO.OO Capital 'tock Deposits Due other Banks Dividend A per cl.declared Fund to pav taxes Fiolit mid lots Our Qervi's Phaeton, ftl0-,,?i-- . 70,7i.''() I'i.O,') 1,200.00 22o,00 .'!,")8f.81 ROOMY. & - S10.-,82.'!.- LMT, ELEGANT. id I, S. K. Cox, be correct. swear the above to COX. I'ltlMDII.NT. n. K, Swoin to before me tins June .'10, A.T.Xai.i., D.C.O.C.C. 1802. A dividend of $1,00 ier share was this day declared, payable on and after July f, 1802. seiui-auuiia- l rorcntnlnijiieur our full line of two and work. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, Hew Buggies. Aftft !((kin theBuggy Mar kets over we have purchas ed a New Line of Buggies and Spring Wagon.' which we con CojCGLZZCLtBOCoisJl HKTTKU KNOWN AS TIIK l Ada;iJiike,trom nearftiilphuropringH, were visiting iu lvinderlinok Saturday night, the guests of the family of It. A. Audemoii. .MUs I'riidio Haird let't for Center-tolast Sunday, where she will viss it her sister, Mrs. Abide. Tichenor. Mi-i- s Julia Hopgoud, Seven Gums, Union comity, is visiting the family of Jo. Foster. Miss Lee Henry, Daviess county, . chester ; a lamp willi the light of the morning-CatatoRUcs.write Rochester Lamp Co., NewYork. !E3Cotel wn l'liyMr and (ieuerul sell It. Ociiiilnu cUut renmimcml It. All bastrade mark mid crufiIrwlllueiouwrapi;r. BITTERS Mp BROWN'S IB0S Dynmxtii, Indlgvilloi), llllloiuneu, Cure fidently reccommend for their CTVI C , Vie llrown' Iron Hitler. I'hjrilclant rucommend It. All dealon keep It. $1.0) per bottle. Oenulno and croucd redUoeioawrspper. hM trade-mar- FOR IIVHlMir.SIA nnrl nilDABII ITV oo 4 Meals 25c wen as cheapness. Call 'and Newly Fumislietl. ft. Rates $1,00 per day. .KiiRtsido Frederica, hetuccn Main and the llivcr, Qweiisburo, y, Qfio thfim MJlS' 67A'76' 0B Y MliS' ' K WULJjYGJMMJ'l'QpS, Cr W PALMER HOUSE. nm .j.r;A4 v P it i iirwii'jHM All our fine tsliocn lit $2.00, you will jmy $:.()() for tlio tame shoes wxnMMnwtiMaMdi nnmatnty M PERSONAL ft. J. Mason, Hiifurd us .Monday. called to see .rnvaN at the Commercial Hotel our last weola report: .1. II. Leach, (i. V, Jones, J. L. Taylor, II. T. ('arson, S. C. (ceii', 'I ooiiihh flincs, I' ISrowu, tl. S 'hiigh, .MimLiu Townsend. I). Ifho.uls, t II . lit . II iirrolt. r red t UiMor, Amos i a I Carson, 1(. T. Her, .1. O.'llyer-- , S.C. Slovens, J. II. Leach, L. L. Stewart, K. L. Mmjis, James Shaver, C. A. Shaver, W. 1C. Forbes, V. C. Harnett, J. P. Taylor, Albeit London, F. W. Pirtle, Miss CIra Miller, W. II. Miller, J. Bo;irt!i, Daniel Kin, S. J. Uakur, A. H. Stanley, J. II. Monroe, A. S. Anil, J. A. Miller, .1. II. Jamison, K. C. Owen-- , John King, Aaron Kmkeiidoll, J. S. Glenn, T. A. Smith," W. 1. Carter, J. W. Wade, S. A. Bennet, Ifiebard Chiiiti Mr- -. Cliinii, Woo I Tin-bJ. P. Stewart, Aaron Godshaw, V. K. Porter. M. X. MeCarly, C. M. Field, Sam Hudson, Win. Hudson, T. 11. lliaes, S. K. Allen. J.T.Shuli, Win. MiuldoN, C. M.Tate, II. B.Taylor, J.. I.Suiith, Samuel Keow n, T. X. Ti iiinan, J. C. Cli.iuiborlin, It. !'. MeCoraiiek, Dr. Knos MeCoiniick, Will Stevens, W. L. Hawkins, . I. II Jamison, J. W. Truiuii'i, J M. C'.sdn sr, Ilarb Tay oldish, B. If. Kel'lv, lor, G. W. J. I. Harder, W. II Cmmbes.J. B. , T. J. MeDaoiel. J. W. Stevens, IJ. N, Xain-e- , W. K Big lieu, John W. Poblman, W. Lin, S. P. L'tve, L. Williams, Hiiri'uy Atnn. P. ('. Vowels, K. J. MeKiu-leW. M. Heflin, J. T. D.idson, W. P. Milkiff, J. C. Bennett, W. T. IJoark, J. P. P.arnard, J. T. Barnaul, C. A. Il.unlutl, .I.itues M. Burnett, W. F. Stevens. Mince , 4 I 1 n, W-eley, j FAIR BROS. -- & CO. Kaiiv. THE 3T REPUTATION. .iri)(!Mi:NT. L a- cL cL e OF Success. - RELIAIIILITY, IK) UN I) and merit. KOUND '0 tilt1 wllCOls ()f OUT ' SUPERIORITY. bnsincss. j SMiiTiir.M. i:. j). (iuilyi .1. Frank May, Whitesvillc, win in Hcaverin mul A lux Harnett ntlcnileil town Tuesday". an enthusiastic meeting of the Hepnb' Misi Anna Hnwkin i in lienn club ill Deila Wednesday night. Daviess county. They report a jolly time. Sam Keown, l'nrdsville, was in Kroin the looks of the streets town Tuesday. morui'.ii;, the hoodlum clement .John W. Payne, Shrove, was in was out in full force Wednesday town Wednesday. A broken street lamp, and night. Judge K. J), Walker returned fiom several other things were broken and Eli.abethtown Wednesday. We need n night lorn to pieces. Willie Miller, Fordsville, visited watch to suppress such lawlessness relatives in town this week. W. Uuneuii, wile and childien, Last Saturday, at Barrett's Ferry, A. P. Mitchell stabbed Samuel Peyton MoIIenry.wero in town Wednesday. in the neck, inflicting a wound that 11. J. C. Limllcy. Point Plea-an- t, The cause wii in town tlio lirst of the week. en mo near pioving fatal. is said to be an old grudge. The Mrs. Sallio Ilardwick and children wound was dressed by Dr. Mean ami aie visiting relatives in Lcwispnrt. the patient at hist account was doing Miss Ada Cox, H'jda, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Leach, White Hun. well. .). Robinson, Oweiipboio, spent a Mis, Itnchel Hell, olio of tlienldcet few days with olil liiemU heiothis nod nio'-- t highly icspeeted citiens week. nf Hiii Iforil, died Thursday evening R. S. Todd and S. M. Dcunc, at Mo'eloek and was hurled ut her old of Owensboro, weic in the city no,ll Wednesday evening. She was Monday. a to .fudge A. If. R.iird.deceas- Mi" Katie Hamilton, leaver Dam, ed, and has lived x life of usefulness visited her bmtlier, C. II. Hamilton Peace to her iishcs. yesterday. Z l. )es-tciihi- y (. si-t- er 1 variety. . WK - STItlVK sill o PROMPTNESS. "irmrnrTrrr i introduce these - rV ood qualifies in our trade. E V. Milligan will attend school at The happie-- t hit of the whole In- nepMituto was 'Mle never Smiled Again' i I'CDniinn, lenn., conim.-ucuitember nth. I iv Randall Collinsand Hob Walker. Hon. John J. MeHonry anil The young men received theirexeellent for Old liniiiing at the hand ot Mis.SpahL Mi-- s lsabelle, loll Tiic-da-y Point Comfort. imr and they were heartily encoii'd CliiUnu L. Woodward and family, each time the piece was pi evented. and ' Centerlow n, visited Win. Ko-tsuccess. It was a "land family Sunday. , si-t' I ' er This Space belongs to Anderson's Bazaar, the only All house in the Green River Country- - No pets, no favorites; treat One-Price-t- o9' FACILITY. Auder-o- n Phipps, u negro who was tried for lunacy some time ago and acp.ittcd, shot his wife Monday wilh a Hubert rille, inflicting a slight j Misses Horn Gibson and Sallye Coleman spent a few hours at Hciver 1JttlM '' all alike. ' "MM V I 1 1 VV I U IJ S i; 1) r IJIJIl? P,i I ' EXPERIENCE. HMTIM HIIMllMfi YOU? Remember all Sum- hum Ooods go I Mine by sotting lire to a unities-- , but fnrtuimtojyjittle damage was done. of Miss Annie Patter- sou will tender her a benefit in the way of hi. ice cream upper of Mimn to 'be served at the he IuiUon from , to 10:..l) oeloek - ol tins entertainment will ue pioceeilfor ii ed to buy an invalid's chair Mis Annie. Let all her fiiends attend. s -1 -- iii wniiirrwtpil placed "" and' vervsoon raied anddisturb a iiul, i Robert Nelson, of Henderson e v " j ."- unlay and Sunday. ; . - - inn- - Preachinp. ltev. J. W. Winder, I). I)., of Louisville, will lill I Jr. Coleman's pulpit heic on the second Sunday in both Auuii-t- , in the morning anil Dr. Winder niiiks among evening minister- - of the mo-- t distiiiguii-hei- l and therefore, we bespeak the State, for him large audience-- . ' i tt, .'"'T vi'ited her cmcui, Miss .M.ny fiistofthr wck. '" ' """,B Miller, Alex Bennett Grove, are ",,VM ..,N.A-'"''''''l- I '""' ''"" "n,1,Co' SaUlri,liy. and wife, Vine trieuds and rel- - HARTFORD, Proprietors, - ME J KENTUCKY. at J5,lrcttlfF erry '' S K" V HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Fnniivn! (jleiieral jllie, T. N. N & M. V. R. R. tTMi! im -- Died, at bis home near Ileda, Mi-- s who lia Viola the been Nathan Bennett, after witne-sin- g in Caueyville and yenrs. Cromwfcll, has returned home. changes of nearly eighty-threHi tuiieral wa- - preached at hi- - late Kev.lt. A. Stevens, rsewtou-vill- e & icMdeiice by the Key. J. Bean, I,,,,, ;n company wilh I'cu Chamber after which his remains were buried lin. No Creek, called on us Wcdnes at Mr- -. Ward's, in the family bury day. ing ground. He leaves a large famMi-- s Maggie Gunther, who has been ily ami a host of friends to motiin spending a few weeks at Degonia, Ind., ha- - returned, very nr.uli imbis death. proved. The following, from Hartford, atMr-- . Gordon Phipp-- , ofTexarka-ii- n, Mis. Judge John P. Morton and n tended (jurteily Meeting at children, Laura and Burr, ami Miss her Tex., i. hift Sunday: Key. Pate and family, Lillie Thomas are visiting relatives fiim relative-- . Woodwind Phipp-mi- d Mrs. P. Ko, Mrs. Belle Glenn.Mis,-e- s at Beaver Dam. ily, of ihi- - place. Annie Bean, Lura Williams, Lulu Mr-- . Dr. Coleman has relumed Mellenry Im- - a good Iiiim' Hall Milligan, Floui and Mamie Ko- -, from D.iWMiti Spriii.'-- . Dr. Coleman - Mill there anil Ins health is repoit-eI,..,ii,m) Im- - Hopkinille. theietore, Florence While, Lena Carson, to he much impiovcd. we may expeel a hot eonti- -t in their Cox ami Annie Fogle; Mep-r- s. Monday. match game here next Mi.s-e- Henry C.ir.son, Sherman Williams Mollic ami Hattie Spurrier, j two of Grayson county's cbariniiic F.very lover of the iuitioii.il gnnie and Sam Cox. their uncle, .loan young lailie-- , rboiihl not fail Hi see the match game Col. J. S. II. Wedding made an Shown, of Beda, last week, Hopkin-vill- e between Mellenry anil eiitb'u-ia-li- c siieech at Centertown C. L, Hanlwick and W. A. Gib-o- n next Monday. l.ii Tuetdav tiitit. which did much nttended the Catholic Festival nl C.iiiie to the house that ha- - all you to iirnu-- c the Kepublieaus in that lo- - Leitehfield yesterday and will prob the ably go to Cincinnati before returning. need in Dry food-- , Clothing, Bout- -, eality. The hiree Bill and , and we will Home-tea- d Ward-lobe- s Strike received special Shoe- -, Hats and Cup-W. P. Render, John Rone, Center-town- ; A. C. Rowan, Sherman attention from the speaker. It was l ,,:"" Suits,Kock-- 1 Abbicville;Toin Greer, Beda, and that the argument was plainly The Mellenrv and Hopkia-vill- e Dcanc, South Carrollton, were ,',. unanswerable and as a result about G.S. llCBl in town jestcnlny. Baciil)- tvul twenty additions were made to the cub-i- n WWrn Kentucky, will piny club. Centerlow n Republicans mean ( ! rittlllild t..1. ut link lii!r n mini ii j.iiih. til i Arrivals at the Hint ford House "".'. buiine.. I , See llcri. ,1CNl Monday. for the past week: J. II. Rosenberg-e- r, I In cveiy department the Rr.ni'Uiu tl,lien you nny o,. tt ""I ' Kvansvillo; Ind., W. G. Hiird- M .1. wick, S. C. Taylor, II. P. Taylor, will give youSilverware to supply your i.ii'AN - prepared to give its customers mine for the same money (htm nt City; T.F.Jobnston, Sulphur Springs; dining room free of eo-- t, Butter-dish- , in the Albert Oglosby, J. W. Petty, Centime pievioiis Knives, any Sugar-bowlTeapooiis, Our job de. tertown; Rufus Williams, Abbio-vill- e; of the paper. Spoon-holdeat Kahn's. Forks, p.ntment is doing good work as tho J. D.Oliver, Select; R.C. n, Our fiiend, IJ. o. Coleman, trade we arc building up testifies. O. L. Harrison, Sula partnership with P. P. Advciti-er- s recognize our columns as fraijrilSwM'njitl r-Miphur Springs; L. P. Tuiinur, Sain will Walker, of Beaver Dam, and an excellent medium through which Bell, Bnford;(i. B. Likens Ilorton; open a general toie there in the near to teach the people and our subscrippm. Wcwi-hthei- n success in their tkmn- i.kwi: ih:vi:k Klia Barnott, Hartford, Ky., Y. A. inline. tion list is growing rapidly. Subscribe TKMNS l,lllMi WK-ICasebier, Cer.dvo, Ky., J. D. Duko, I""1 " new enterprise. No r.. Mill nn.lllxi'n for the Ru'Uiu.ioan and be happy. . 1ITH-. Sulphur Spring-- ; J. N. Paton, DelNo. 7, l.lmrtisl KinHon. W. T. Owen, candidate for Bring us ytnir job work and get the OOIMI i:s.. TIIMN-aware, Ky.; S. M. Dean, Owensboro, - I'Hr. m. Circuit Judge.and J. (!. Taylor and worth of your money. No. , Mull nn.l i:xT.. - "' IJ. B. Roll, Paradis. Ky.; W. K. Nn. , I.IiiiIipiI I'.il'U ' H. Kowe, Candidates for CommonJohii-o" J. Rockport, Ky.; Miss TayMonday was People's Party day at Fi7?DAYT AUGUST l, 1HIW." wealth's Attorney, ad lrcad the peoand although it waB very lor, city; Fitzhugb Runfrow, Nola ple of Ilurtfoid at the Court Houe Prentis rainy during all tho forenoon, n large l.'enfrow, A.S.Aull, Sulphur Springs, barber. Cam Tuesday night. Harper, Ky.; B ron Johnsr.n, II. II. Stum, crowd was. in attendance. Ileuiy P. Kelly, an old and Always trade at the IWanr. ofTennes-ee- , Par.ulie, Ky., Alo Barnott, City; of Illinois, and Roberts, citieu of Beaver Dam neighBase Ball game. Monday. and divested themselves R. C. Hudson, A. T. Boll, John See the werepieent borhood, died on last Monday and load of political lot to tho Megan, John King, Sain liiluy, n BaCemetery of gieat Nice Lawns, lu per paid at the was buried at Beaver D.nn Dr. J. II. Taylor, W. II. Owen, evident satislaction of those they Friday. The bereaved have the symzaar. mennt to mislead, but to the extreme Ovvoiisboro, Ky.; V. 11. L'one, J. T. the community Call on Cain, the barber, for good pathy of disgu-- t of those who are informed on Rone, Coiitertown Ky.; John Kniffo, woik. Club will the political issues of the day and the Danville, Ill.; II. Wyman, Coko-vill- o, The Hartford Republican abovo Mr. Gardol the country. meet nt Victory Sehoolhouso Frank Mny,Whitesville, Wyo.; fee at Williams Bro, at any hour, night. Messrs. Wedtown ner, candidate- for Cougrcss in this Ky.; J. A .Magan, Magau, Ky.; I). B". or in any quantity. ding, James, Milligan, Heavrin.Smitb District, was in attendance. Alto- C. Hiinloy, Rockport, Ky.;S. W. Let the ReLook at our now line of Clothing, will address the ( lull. gether it was a field day for the DemMuffott, Magan, Ky.; Granvillo in force. I know you will buy, at Kahn's publicans turn-oocratic side show in Ohio county. Harrison. Fordsville, Ky.;T. M.Me-Kerra- n, Owensboro, Ky.; Georgo iic Cloth The Republicans at llaytihad nn WiieSercen Doors and Our town is just now cursed with tf enthusiastic meeting Kiidny night. more than her usual share of disorder- Italtell, Beaer Dam: J. L. Cbinn, for sale elu an at Williams Bros. ,.... . i . ., Beda; C. M. Crow, Pleasant Ridge; .I.,, ....i ii . i es.ocin ly conduct. Not long ago two boys Catchier it Burton are always at ' Alimony uaiKer is H. D. Davis, Bedi; B. F. Wallneo, in inu nui-mfell out over n game of cards and one h mie. Call on thoin for anything you A. Ulirv. QCCICIIirv. of Prof. Gary, Dan Hines acted as drew ins pistol on mo nuier; a oauu oi Fordsville, Ky.; Ales B.imett, Dr. want in Liveiy. L. T. Cos, S. J. Wedding, George Seveial new naiues were Secretary ymnR (i,lck8 about kneo high spent Tho Phillip- - Band will given grand cni0c,j Phillip-- , D. Bell, It. Boll, Ben Now- last Sunday week in ... 'H '.lOll, i, r fwuil. tu nance at nuipiiur opimgs oiiiiirnuy , i Vjinm. !....:.. iiu. i, in 113, ,jt.. Tho Taylor Mines and Horlfnril a prominent citizen found n young night, Augu-- t the llitb. Lynn and driver, J. G. Taylor. G. S. colored base ball clubs nluved u match . burglar in his house last week in broad Do.inu, A. 0. Hiwiiii, Dico Smith, fry our Weui -- fni over shoes; tliey i gntno lioro Inst Monday. The spore j open day; much drunkenness; sovernl Ciaiidu Render, John nro the best in the country lor the on both sides whs very largo being 74 nmm u un" n KH"okiiowh have iicen W.P. Render, T. Rone, S. V. Adams. oc Mi: Saaii money. to 1.1 in favor of the iliirttonl's. Sev- - recorded within Ihq past week. Just era! lino plays and sniuo extrn lit lot us keep nn ut this rate and it will Don't fail to sco the McIIcnry's not be long until Creedo and other tinu' was dono bv both teams, beat the Hopkiusvillu team playing wild wctt towns win not no n circnni- Monday. ball (or tsllrinnu airhio uiirt ucoii on n im. stllllct, ,oti10 meanness Hnrtlord chaps sineo Saturday night and a pan pCr.)ctrnt0, Biingus your Feathers, Beeswax, larluus jag iVrwii- good part of the tiuio with hU war l xt mi I f lw X"VJM tVc, will pay you the highest mnrket Vll Hlvi liiiitit on. 'HriTiir on Your Wool. It is very unfnrtuniito for S. it A ef M k. price lor sanio. Our Carding Maehino will uloso out i n man of bis good seiuo to allow his 0110 Caiebipr Burton will treat you thirst for drink In ruin him so. Ilo is tho IM of September lor the season, ., . . CilSll. right. Cull on them at anytime for becoming very trouhlcsnino, in fact If you Imvo any wool to oard, bring yCai' 101 ' To&IVV. flnlirrorfilla mill lin ,un, linnntlin nil tnlinl nnni, good teams and drivers mid .,... bv,.. M.,i, ,.v ' v ,...vw, " '11 notgr In n tragedy-yet- , J, W. Ford & Co, feed for your linr0i e COST. .1. F. T. Ward, Kindcrlmok, who has been quite sick, i, we arc glad to say, rapidly improving. C AS E6I LR VMM MIOS. CO., Props.. (. I J I 7A' n . t Mm!! Go-he- r'I '"si . ; . ... '- . .. ni -- KJf -- s . u.V.' J- it n.jtesr ' Xfr - t 1 FASTI LIN E Beaver Dam Roller Mills. . ."?(. x&ii&rz j lnVf .. - .. Na M I d of the public is specially called to the upon the most modem plan, improved appliances lor the manufacture of the 1'TXKST oilier Mill Products Positively no money has been spared to Mill has The intention just i(en completed fact that this wilh ull the FLOUR and make it turn vi-it- CASEBIER'S 'BUS MKKTS ALL DAILY I CM?xi.saz:gLBi OXnTES TO ALL. 1'or Dressers, "J",. Con-die- t, Furniture in tlio price ATTKlNTION .. iraran&ra i MOKTON. I oi-'."- ALIKK. s, rs, ry SPECIAL Given ed Jar-naga- to the Jraveling Public. Ro-in- e; out as line product as any Mill in the STATK. It ha been thmoti'hly tested, having been inn ulnio-- t every day since its completion and a portion of the time at night to keep up with its onlers. Its product has been sold to the best, most scrutini.ing and particular trade of the country, and it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best Dakeis and many of the very best cooks of the For the benefit, county that it makes the best Hour they ever used. couNciiieucc and piotcction of the farmer has this Mill been built, and to him will it look for its support. AN'ith proper care Ohio County can produce as good wheat as any, and this Mill intends to see that her farmers get the benefit of any cll'orts thev put lot th in this direction. The best products of this Mill shall go upon the farmers table, and if he will favor it with his patronage and his satisfaction will he guaranteed to him. AVo have now one of the very best and most experienced millers in the Green River Country, but that no pains may bo spared to give the fanner the full benefit ot his good wheat crop, we have ordered aud aro expecting every day an cxpeit miller sent by the builders of our Mill Wo shall ccriainly consider it u great to stay with us during the season. favor if every farmer in tho County will cull on us within the next GO days We. want nil the and get a sample of our product nnd our treatment. FIRST-CLASwheat that is for sale in the County and if you have it to spare, load it up, and wo will pay the highest market prico for it, ' open every day except Sunday. CSy-.M- ill S llElYKlt DAM Ml LUNG tip : CO. M u, WimJ TEH s CEIbTTS AT THE llu-for- d; ry Also ki-dp- s a Will buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping appfes as iivM-clas- ut Lively and Fc(l 81 a !)lo. whoir you can have voiii house-breakin- J Horst's Fed. and el llic best of rigs dav or night. Leave .your ornt liiun link, irilu fuiiiiilifln llliuiiiiitiKiii, ritMu', ur l)H'nlu, rt'iintsi lanlili ill ders wilh FHEEJl:n,::::i,;:;;r!;:.rr;;:!i:?;..,: dr. judo's electric belt nsilU llul. II"! l.lllOII' IIIIWK JLJli. IIIR 'I can found anywhere. IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two or three prices) for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right nt home. Farmers, bring .us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. rial li it-- , . u i viilli-I illi-it- . You can get the oxt Hartford IIhpuhlicIlt Yoi'k TribllllC u lll i lii'liui'i - iiiiti, mi - Mm mul - Ijillni'iH-- , mi) kiml nl ' Mm in lit (iiiii K i.ln.-- ullii-- M m ft MM olMiwiil.t iiuiimri-- . . Aki-iiI- IIhIIi 'iiiiiotliltii! iii irv tin in, n mul ViiiiiIi-iI- iilii iioiliiiii.iilliiiiiil SI". Hint in SI I. HUH in.it lull piillli ul ir. in miii, mul Kiiiiiiiiitinl iiiln.i Inr Iu.Iiih U, Kiou MhIIu.iUiIiki-Aillri-m "X llllIITIt-.v . , Write ll.ii im lll. Jl'l)l. Ililnill, Mlrli. (irst-clu- ss ..-- ,.., "' r 9liJj rvlnilliNlliu y.U.m.utiN ilisckltoii, runoM--j of lilk1, "' I tun." umlurla. U( IIiukvuuiuv ire broken Sown I oin nwrwork or lioibeliold ' UnMVii'ii Iron IJUters 3Iimr Porhons W. M. Adaiii, M'g'r. ('. M. PiiM.i.irro.v.Tieas. Ronr.irr H.Krnrs.Clerk. The - Southern RATES: - Hotel, t'lNIM.K, KV. Subscrilie now, 4,wviiTnrife Lonni.lnl'hll.drlnliU Nepajwr Allvl rt IIiq Jlii.ni-- i.f M.unL fl.lmr H. uur outliotUil vitntf $1,00 TO $2.00 PER DAY. COM. Nth nml JKt'l'KltriOM NT., rmiuesna awHMWgTOBaawia Hartford Republican FRIDAY, l.oiii"MII J UL-YLt- , 1892. Retaliation Against Canada. fi'iMliii'li'ml'J by both lioii'esof Con Tlio gross of n bill ntitliori.ing the l'res-ititii- it torctallmteon Cniintln for her violations of the treaty with us in regard to the Wclhiiirt canal ia n step in the right direction. Some of the Ca nadian papers speak of it as a piece of shows which bluster, campaign and assurance on thci lioth ignorance part. Ignorance, because they do not pus.-wfi- community into closer social relations. They would make an evening drive a pleasure instead oi a vexation, as it is now. They would do away with the absurd politax and supci visor system in places, where it is still in use. They would be, in short, the be- -t poiblo investment to the taxpayer if built and cured for by the national government and paid for by a nation'linli Cnn 'I, liiullli nii'lMt al tnx. Milluli'n I'ltmrli llnm-il1nirnl All these they would do, unless ex XiimI liijulnr fiirnt .. perience goes for naught. You can get the PRESIDENTIAL mid Hartford an York the New Tribune one IIkithlio CAJIPAIGN OF '02.' OF Ik fMAIRETTF RETTE-SOA- I C.l.'AIi'D iKDHt'K.MICNTS TO IIKADKIl year for Subscribe now. , Wm.um-liillli- THE REPUBLICAN' 1.25, wish. lncntti p. I'm ! .'. cl A Hi". N.K.FA1RBANK&C0. ST. LOUIS. If joa wish to mate clofe as vhife 35 the sm And finish your work" as soohl as begun, . know that our Senate and House arc controlled by different parties, nnd assurance, because the sham negotiations about reciprocity, which the Canadian Tory Government pressed last winter, were surely one of its tricks to gull Canadian voters. During those negotiations the Canadian commission era agreed that the discriminations against our vessels passing the W'el-lan- d canal should be abragated, but no sooner had the by elections in Candiscrimada been carried than the-inations were formally renewed without any explanation for another jcar. Under such circumstances it is the height of assurance in Canadian papers to talk about the action ofonr Government in this matter as a campaign expedient. If the warning given Canada by this act is not heeded Congress should go farther, and take the steps suggested by Gen. J. H. Wilson i:. an article in the International Iteview some years ago. The subsidised railway of Canada arc now allowed to subject some of the railways of the United States to an almost ruinous conipe tion. We have allowed them the same privileges as our railways, while they are free from the restrictions of The our interstate commerso net. thoroughly adequate mode of retaliation and retribution would be to withdraw from those railroads the special Such a privileges they now enjoy. course would wake the Canada public to n.rcnli.ntiou of what their Tory party is costing them. The Canadian Tories nrenlllioted with a rapid antipathy to the country. As the New York Sun well says, they are lackeys in the grain, and would rather lick the boots of an Knglishman than shake hands with an American. They detest our because under them institutions, room for the titles and there is no decorations which are dangling before the eyes of the Queen's loyal subThey are jealous of jects in Canada. our national prosperity, and disgusted with the wav in which it draws away their population. The Caradian Liberal party has always shown a friendly disposition toward this county, and one good effect of a sharp retaliatory policy is apt to be the overthrow of the foreign regime nnd the accession of a party which will infuse a spirit of fair play into Canadian dealings with us. They poulticed bor feet and poulticed bur bead, And her back till 'twas smarting and red, rs and Tried tonics, elixirs, salves, (Though grandma declared it was nothing but "iiarves.") The poor woman thought she inns' certuinlv die. Till "Favorite 'Prescription" she happened to try.- No wonder its praises so loudly they speak; She grew better at once, and was well in a week. The torturing pains and distressing which accompany at nervousness times, cortain forms of female weakness, yield like magic to Dr. Pierce's It is purely Favorite Prescription. harmless, and vegetable, perfectly adapted to the delicate organization of woman. It allays and subdues the nervous symptoms and relieves the pain acompanying functional and or ganic troubles. Guarantee printed and faithfully on bottle-wrapp- er, carried out for many years. pain-kille- tin' mm-i- lj tint i.Trll'li" iniinli. Nlnlnli'- - Vim III". fnr)aii, r'nr "iili'liv.. WiijlH'diltlln l .V Ni.i:i:iM.i:sHM(jirr nn.ic u Tax Notice! Your luxes for year The Presidential C'tiiupnign will bo the most intensely interesting and eveitiiifr in tlm history of the t'nited States, and country people will he. anxious to havonll the general and political news and disciifwions of the day us presented in a National .lonruiil, iu additinu to that supplied bv their own local naiu'r. To meet this want we have enteied into a contract with the ' M liaving yfi-Ton- once S rv" r islfifilhinflthatWilUn it ' bouqfit it you neier will rue it. ' C"1 soap )p TriteXMK 1 T&mm New York Weekly Tribune, The Leading Republican Paper oftlie United States, Which enables us to offer that splendid journal (regular subscription price, $ 1. 00 per year) and TIIK WKl'i'lll.K'AN for one jeur THAT IIAfKIM. liiii'M) iiiu-lli) SIiIIhIi'k 4'onill Hiii. IN Nl!l l) funs Wf HIS it uiu It' o yittiiuiiti' .. Wnjiu-iirltllii- WENT MAO CAD. 1892 are now due and unpaid and as 1 have been delayed in the A Wllil lllilo Tlmt f liVc-tr- m Trrrlllr.l Trnliilowt l'iisiriii;srii. Proliably one of tbo most exciting incidents over known in railroading wns told n reporter by Mr. Julius Smith, who has returned from u trip to tho northwest. Ho was in Wash., for some tiino on a visit, and on his return started back on tho Oregon Short line. Tlio road leads along tho base of tho mountains, nnd tho passengers were enjoying; n flno view for some distance, nnd everything npiieared to bo going on nicely until suddenly it was noticed that the train was gradually increasing in bpeed until it full ly flow along tho rails. The passengers ltogiin to get uneasy, but when they kiw the conductor and br.ikeinsm rush frantically toward the front of tho train they then knew that something seri ous was the matter Faster and faster flew tho train until it liouiidcd from side to side at n fearful rate and the frightened pasiscngers were thrown nlout the curs like h many pupjiets. Tun nnd poles flashed and the train was going t a clip equal to 100 miles an only n miracle hour, while it which kept it on the track. Around curves it would spin, nlmost stand ing the poor victims on their heads, while they wore every minute expecting to ho dasihed to pieces. Tho conductor soon discovered that the engineer had gone mad. He past Mopped for nothing, but fla.-htho htatious at lightning speed, and miles the for n stretch of forty-livtrain went so fast that it was impo- - ' Bible for the passengers to hold their Beats. The lirenian could not boj seen in the cab and it was dctci mined ' to make an effort to get to the mail-- , man before he sent the whole train- - j load of people to eternity. The con-ductor and brakeman crawled euro ' fully along the tender and worked their way into tho engine behind the engineer, who stood with his head bare and his long hair floating back j as he gazed ahead, muttering to himself. With a blow the madman wits laid on the floor and the conductor shut off steam and gradually brought the train to a standstill. The madman sent was secured and a back over tho mad asking for information regarding the fireman. It was discovered that nt the last stopping plaeo the engineer had Ehovcd the fireman from the engine just as tho train started, and then put on full steam. The engineer was always sotier and had never shown any signs of insanity before. Kansas City Journal. ed e ' ch I collection for more than (K) days by the Far only $I.J, Cash in .Idnincc. 81.00 1.23 MHSSPVa N. Y. Tiihune, legulnr price per year " Ilarllord llepublican " " Total your part. expect you to call on We furnish hotli Papers one year for $1.25, Subsc.iiptiou may bejin at any time. me or my deputies Tliij is tlii most liberal combination offer ever in.ule in the I'liited and settle at once. States, and every reader of T11K HKI'L'Ml.H'AN' boiild iidvantiiire to Tho short time that of it at once. Address all orders HAUTFOHI) KKPUIJLK'AX, I will have to collect ICcutiickv. Hartford, and meet the settlements with State and r.idiiinl ".'.('iirn'n.N h'o.l'ri'n r i're. ,'n iifilNr K . county will necessi- OWENSBORQ NATIONAL BitllKi D tate promptness on u.s. depository: -- Legislature, I will $2.23. cmctt VTfai-rti-yi i 1 11 nag ti Mi'iiun h, I X -- Mexican Mustang Liniment A A This June 9, 181)2. S. C, TAYLOR, S. 0, C linn. ill) trv hi il i. mi uiiii-- t nf uini-Mi- ii I .lit ion. i. in itn mill i nun I) 'Mini. n lii.lnJii I i.iihIiiiu. uflir nil ) ii lilll.T Cri.llllKlll-li.ll.lil.il. II, HI Hi. illllii'llll) ITl.ll In. I llnlllll I'lll-- i hiii. mil. lull) Mfili iitiuli' t il ut uml in rim- - lli'lli ir.llllln 111 i'ii.li. Iiiillnl In i'. ii r.-- Owenshoro, Ky. s I. ii. 27S,000. $Accourifs of Fannry Co ers ii a SpeciMerchants alty. Interest paid 11 Security For Deposits ! JM11 ISTHC DSST. MIC'Qj EFrJOinE h i!- dire for the Ailments of Man and Beast. - .r mu ' a Kill SALg By mi.nci. '',.;cl,'4 "?, (I 11 n ii. ii ir. itn. a. i'o.m'aim:. li.llli'i Wii-ii. Agents Wanted ! II. A. CO., LOZFIKIUV: .MO T.Koini. 'mu Mill. OUS -- i.til i ii ii. Si.,.1 nun vn.ir.iiii. i. It I.) ., W .i)iu' iiritlln m Ol';il ,m. iiinti.ii-iiiiiiI- i. . Urn. on time deposits. Solicits your business LAWSON RENO, Vholc.ale D.ialc'rs, CLEVELAND, O. Superior St. pain reliever. Its list.' is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, anil bv everv one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of lnnjj-tcstc- d well-know- n Cashier. Aii'ilhoie troiilinl uiili iktioiiih"s .ill! I ha. truili- - uiitI n-- Ml'STANf; 7. 1' llikwmi, l'ri-- t. .Imi. II. llRi, LlNIMKNT. STATEMENT Of tho Condition of tlio yvurtljir J'fi oi(.M Commercial liolel. CKNTKAL C1TV, ICY. R. R. PAX0N, PROPRI TOR. been repaired and newly llai furui.-heLocated close to Depot. luncli. (iive Good meal!1 ortiri-t-cl- llroirn'i111.I Iron JHtters. Hik ou m i;,.imlue nipiwr. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. urtujcsrjLvvrx-- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tlio Closo of Business April 23, 1892. jit Sa37i""' S d. i - "'ii , 1 ivAJuayc a it a trial. lis hi ii111 1 w3 f h Ti b in (ur I r.l ft I.I11M 111 . iJ I ImIhi i 11.' ' I 11 H ?lhv 1 M i 11 a1 ' fiuiii . DO Vll" t VA ll I. I' T M tli. Ill tllllV. 11 .ili.l .1 r.l.i i. (M.tiiiiK'il, I'lh f ui:son;ci:s. Note-an- d Hill- . Ileal 8r.O,288.fil :i, ooo.oo l.oOO.OO Furniture and Fixture. iin.l iiu.in Iriim nil ni.-- r i'i imii- ti nront in I in Jii"I lit' -- U 1 nil iniiriiuiiiii il p.ii r 1H4..I.. Willi ll Mill ItttHil HII IIIMli nt th 111 )iii Inn. Ii 11I ..r 111 mj M1j1.M11. miti,!' ili. oplMi.il! flu I tin I'm. II I . .in. '.";: .; .(... nil I SHOWS: SPEED? THE . iu mill iiti..t hi lllllllll i. III. lull al '! H.v.ntt'.n f''l.l I' noil ll. ..I I . t II I Ii ' 11.. I .nil) i Expense- - 1'aid oitlMl" Cnli on I luiKi and in other Hank JS.Clli.Ol SS I,0ii7..')f) 1111 litiiitlril if Ii II liiiin iHini: mil ki iilli-in- i ti u.inttiii iitfi"Ui . .1 nun ir tlii.M- of tlii' iiik-iu.1. il On 11 I., r ui nit) fiMiii-11.1n m ulin Ii not hi ii tin1 iiihn.. ...lnlint''" I iri-- i t, U.i)lti.n lt..lnh. riiutn iiuinU-rt'iMi- t ot ttrtilnl I i.lii- - iiri'ul' I0IM1 III III tit i.t r I. i.lvii . .1111 ou ll If.'. mill.. .1'. ' !! II mill '!( 11 iin i.i -lull i Oll'll) I II) Ml ''o''i'icfftU ) ui. !' 11 o- - urn j Ill I il III MfgdEspeciallyForEXERCI SIINGandSpEEDING. HtSmHT, - ili VfHtKi 'Jll i.t I itfi U'ltif C C'roiiji, Wlinniiij dm li 'IiimkI Urrtwlnll- - lnnin dmtHy A Hiiu.1i' Cutv. llri.' lium store. .t ..WVirittin What Good Roads Moan. Illiir.il WoiM.j Kxtniuct. many peoplo are fond of A overdoing things. They cany practices and ideas to extremes nnd indulge in tho usoof superlatives. Unqualified praise is seldom called for, neither is unqualified condemnation desirable, for the great poet found there was "good in everything." Tlio general uo of extremes is apt to urouse suspicion as to siucerity, nnd very justly so. Take, for example, the use of mourning paper. Sotno eople adopt a paper bordered by a, black band hilly half an inch iu width. To say nothing alniut good taste, which may not lie considered under the circumstances, tho uso of Mich paper is entirely too conspicuous. It obtrudes your grief upon overyliody and makes a display of it. Tho matter is wholly personal ; it is not necessary to proclaim it to tho world. In tho wearing of rings and jewelry a lavishness of display is often noticeable. This also is bad form, lieing a parade of mere personal Kings and jewels are all wealth. right if worn in moderation, but tnio refinement never indulges in excesses of dress or ornamentation. It is this overdoing of things that leads to diflicultics, even as too much btudy may weaken your eyes or do Htroy your health, thus preventing for n time nt lea-s- t further acquirement of knowledge. In sjieech also superlatives nro too often used, and they servo to awaken distrust. Harper's Bazar. A Wonl Acalniit t p-ea- UAMUTIK Capital Stock He-er- Jin. WHEN YOU GO TO CU.l.O.N Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be THE MOST PERFECT SULKY CART IN USE WHALEBONpc:ri.":"":i.G.y:VAGENTS Wanted. QO OurBeautiful 75 lbs. ,sj VILluSTEoPREE. I .82."i,000.00 . r SZi .Surplit- Intcre-- t I)cjio-i- t lvj.'iO.oo . si2.::i OWENSBORQ Catalogue rQN 'LABD vnoptN '- -- S and Kxcliangc.. Account Due otlier l'unk- Ii) . .!, 1.14..W 8 :!od.:j:j C.Theo.Cain, f) .ft:--i 11 7 W. KEhUTAlL? CsmVINUREfI ;s& L 1,027.3!) beg testate steadily grown that our eacli nidiitli iuee our opening, and by the nm-- t careful, watclifulne.--- ! and oftlie principle1 of a -- trict the most coiisei vative Hanking, we hope not only to extend our acquaintance, but to prove worthy For the finest and .' the confidence that ii being so liberal- any mzc or ttyle. FrnWlvu St. , ly repo-e- d iu u- -. 3rd and 4th. 'e aie here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy hall ho extended to them, but in no eac shall safety bo sacr- iJOIjY liced tor tnciiil-lii- p or to ohtam lm.John H.Haiim:, Cashier. ines. iu:i.i:ii in tli'.- - ive bti-in- e- 'ubtnitting -- 1 j&zl 'Uss& wiSii v"m rn-.l- , ' lia mGsgmmiiwm ti'j'j' The 3tnl n nrn-fu- l Itrmc-J- j porillcoT s;vti vVrVB?i :'-- . tlltiT. Work, between OiiIlT It ti cirlnln In Its lUa.l proof lx low: tStcIl an I ilxt uot our-elvc- is Kendall's Spavin Cure. SutRwoop, MX. Mx :, 'VO. J. Ki:DiU. Co.. Ofiitu Almut ihn jcar nr" I vroto to ymj ulitTm luuiiitl nlin JiH.l a Bi'lu. IumiI Plx iKittlfMUf )ur Cure,nintH recommrnJej (in liiiUacdtui It u Curt. 1 l,a? I 111 MlfVt-M- . frtLcritlUt.UUUtillt With Mas. Assa i' lUi.xiuon. Dr. II. JS ii&stiz&m" rs 2Z&feskr&?icCP -- -- boxuommk, mill For Cataloguo and Tricos, .vrito tho Manufucturors, -- Trfipli'iil Pot l'ln-A I him i k,ili i i I'm oi .''. r. hi.. ( -- uMM .oriiu Wiiiiii iirilll Owonsboro, Ky. All Oiden P'rnm Stwjr Promptly a tended to. ' 7 . I'lll'I'IS (iinli'itliilirrh , Kendall's Spavin Cure. T.tMKc, TVflrrcn Ca, Vx, June S3, ISc3. 1b.R J. Kkhimi.l Co.: n tittl Dear Sim 1 inut ny that Ionrc fif )ourK'n'lairxHjun Curunn n tUrvc colt, anil It t'ntlri'ly rLiuototl nbnnonpiilii nnd lit nniutiiirf It. Tho IillJ nut the nil tho nr oII, very nouuiI.unJhn liorsn It tttxor toym iimtiart uurk nil of tl, tlnif. iifljHX Uull J uurf L. KlMJSTN SaLUBCHT. Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. -I- trll 111... B itiBI Hi mi BUCKEYE! ELL . l lUl till' Ori'i'ii lor tin' OlM' i. tiii: oi.nr.sr I'noroi.it wm.u in - iiiiil.lns; I'lcliiri't Tliri'i- 4.filiEiT4. eug y yi ll' itn. (nliliiil riinliii;riiilis ik'.M niiiiilli-- i lllfr nt flu lolliiii Ina: I'liril tliil lint inlcc- I..1K Kendall's Spavin Cure. Colcbi, AK.JuljrJI.lSSJ. im. n. j. nr.iD u. en. i UenL I ti 110 i iTinmll,r rrmmM nno cnno of iniir NpiivillMlin four nenuun b lilitirfull) l I'OoiiiiiiguU It lubll. 11. oiiainuurii. C. K.iIOHT. lltil.l.llUll) AIMnig-Kl.t- s rrlcott(rlxitt1c,or3lxbottlc-iifiirS- , havu il nr can t 1 for ) ou, or It 111 bo n ut any address on rictlptuf irk-- by tbo to "Seeing is Believing." SMM&x rood lamb And a 1 ifcn X2ii They would make it possible for the farmer to take advantage of the highof est market, no matter what h'o-o- ii of the year. They would save him days and wecKs of time which he wastes every year wallowing through the disgusting mire of dirt roads. They would reduce to a minimum the weiirund tear on wagons and carriages. They would lessen the expenses in keeping horses in woi king order, and vastly les hoies would be required in tliecountry to perforin the fanner's work. They would requiro le.--s expense to keep them in repair than do the dirt roads. They would make it easier for a team to pull several tons over their smooth surface than to drug a wagon through the mud. They would alliird ready communication with the outside world at all times of the year, They would spare tlse farmer many vexatious and nervous strniiy. They would practically shorten the distance to tlio local market. They would increase the demand for country and suburban property. They vpnhl be free from dirt in Summer and mud and ruts in Fall, Winter and Spring. They would bring every farming QURHS NOTHING BUTPJLES. Olio " " I. (Ill 10 I."" A SURE and CERTAIN CURE tors. known for 13 years as tho BEST DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., ens and Mr, Frederick Onvry, the KOR PILES. REMEDY Enosburfjh Falls, Vermont well known solicitor. On ono oeca l.j HUH III IJHIW II I lilt Jim. tll.,bT.WUS. Mi-i- t !! .Hull! I, sioii, Dickens was in treaty for a piece of land at the back of Gad's ' Mii.i.ors.i'1 rcit miii, Hill, the proposed vendor an l.n II ill. iiipl nut' S'llluli . .1 r"i old farmer, a keen old man of busi- "'III-- J S'il Ii) .. Win Hi' (illllill.V ll.i, EAK AND UNDVELOPtJ - inml ness and a hard nut to cenck. An (A!A AA A moiilli to nix ior ii. i'no,. and culnrucd. cmls. Omans interview was arranged with him at I.olurni-nli"li' uii.l uln tin Ii lion stoMnil, It -t Miinliooil llcitorcil, (bid's Hill for a certain evening, and .uclr,loMiifiin.inory, iIIuIikm, Mirlc'niclc, v. i'ii Spill' iiioiin lit ulmli. thin- tu Hi" ucnkncM nircil ly thfi I'ciin Mr. Onvry came down for tho pur-jiosi. Ui IiiiiiiiiIi in I'lnlit il.l)- iiiii.i)iiI ( llv llt'incilir. SI.COir lTti flu laxttfiir of lieing present when the barliit'iuiKiimli-itli"tVUi. A nrl'tcn Riiirmitd of t tiro with It. I'. .IOII.NSO.N A- CO -i ml itninp tor iinrtlrulitr tn llic Fix lioxi-gain wils struck. Dickens anil Onvry 'Hi nixl M.i III !., Iu. '.lilon.l, Vn. I'K.N'.N 'I'I'V MI'.IIICAI. COMI'A.VY, HUG .North Sti'Uiiil (itri-cl-. were sitting over their wine when I'lillii., I'n. tho old man was announced. "We had lietter go in," said Dickens. 33NT Li "No, no," said tho astute lawver mvp "John" (to the butler), "show him ..IT IS A DI1TY ynti111I1111ynurmir nnil t tor junr iiiimcir. i:.omVhmiii tlio into tho study and take him a bottle I 11101 r'mil yy I'll r ii , wiurii rririHi-ii- i 1110 of old port wine." & Unlit'll, 1- lllOUMIUU Then, turning to Dickens, "A glass 43.00 $5.00 of port will do him no harm ; it will T soften him " After waiting atxmt 42.50 $4.00 5K' twenty minutes they went into this $2.00 Tine Leading Fhoiographer, $3.50 WfjU! Mt rem LADIES study. The farmer was sitting bolt TOI $2.50 ('J R $2.00 upright in an armchair, stern and TJJ TTfriTnT.1 1 i $1.75 Pictures In Im Style and Size. uncompromising; the lxittlo of port, 2.25 fOR BOYS had not been touched. The nogo-- ' BSyOltl PU'tiircriCopictl anil Kulurgfil ?a.3P' t ISl $2.00 .tt IJfA.lv."'.'jL ' 41.75 tiations then proceeded very much .iivn . roR .rni.1'.- A SI'ECIAlrV. - ATtf"" nil 0. .4T' JFl in favor of tho farmer and tho bar-- ' 108A Main Street. gain was struck. With u ehucklo Improvement Tirni) KY 0 WJCNi-JlOllthe old man then turned his attention MANyEXCLUSIVELYlTSOWN. to tho port and finished tho bottle. Sail Francisr Argonaut. llu-Cll.U-in- llio I'lmiit'i uml tlm l.ait)'r. Tills story is told of Charles Dick- as On,. In uliori' Ami llivoiil.v (.iilli-r. im-II ii I) pi- - iii-- ' iniiilr. Cull uml (.I.DItlJi: W. .MA'I'lllS, Tnntilll.t i'- - " I."" irurl. must be simple; when it is not simple it ii Sin.t If. J.llttlful. (h'ii tltL'SC tint rnral. worik nr:m milch, l.ut to See " ilC JiaihcSlUf " C' will imuri.x: tin truth nuiro nrril.lv. All metal. Vf iT3C rfw?J ami scamlcsj, r.nd made i:i turce pieces onl',v &5S&4--' toui-J..ki AlmMin's it is cbsokiUly safeznA unbreakable. us mar lamp." of oKl, it is liulceil a "vrontit-riti- l vnlntii. lii'ir is nnrnr nnd lirifhtt r I. ,nn fit Ii lit. snftor than cL'ctnc iinht and moie cheerful than ei.her. " h f Mm m.huiiiwi.ivh fr k. I.fml: for till KOtlu-lt- . HPk KJTS''Vjvarletii. c will ,i Pit rM7W j:k:h:.'ti:i: i.aii' uu me rule )iiii Mim rmi th.il frii'l "i a rit nf lv liv i. l'""l H' tMnreil lumplttateiHtkt U co., .y i fitnp Tiir IlocnrsTrn && vr ThA Pr.hecif1' TAYLORS! taru ' u. i u "mi ... w inn our tliuicc ui ovtc connlia. 'J,iwJ iMacc, New voric ciij--. sirtliL-tllcnc- li o npn-oinu- - nl-i- . - . ppH DOCTOR ISXi K. FT O-A-Xji- arK. weiuer, S3,?"- " tt-- lu-- iniri-iuiiiii- -- FOR CHILIS & FEVER, BIUOUSNS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL iBEl mw Sr.LQUIS MQ. i N 1- H&J . E.PJ 4 MALARIAL DISORDERS. MED.CO. .ifiMn FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. PREPARED CY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R TsrjanftMigiiwrwwMMMwaaiBaaMn awm IIUi:iltt-1-''l'PJll-V1Ty- 14 JJ J BEST. i'j fir .Ssll fi'4 wai-E- EmbodilsI-VeryDesirab- ' tos'AELGANTLY - K? W. L. DOUGLAS . mn THE llt (Jllltn till' Sllllrt'. Million, Charlio? Havo your hopes in that direction reached a consummation Charlie Not exactly. Tlio fact is, thoy havo only reached tho con Bomme. Kato Field's Washington. Jack How about Miss - iAGENT SEE OUf? jLk arr-miiiiSMrri'TfTri-tiTrT--"-- in 11 ..rims. Ut uranwaanB yKr QVETEARS OR A. llmrl. . .Inlliiil r:ciA.v HARRIS & RIID, A LIVE AOENT WANTEDIN EVERY TOWN HAHDKItS. Opposito Sulor and near L'lovorport Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. nt a inoni-- valua fur bi')iut tnniipit llioi'rk'i'.i'hnrKi.J. biu that uutnu uuil lirloo uru in liottiiiii of cai n bhoo. TAKKNOr-l'llsTITI'TV, Ii. Hiiuuliiit, llrocUtou, iUima. BoM by tlio vamo IiIkIi Kni'le, anil OTIIKIt rU'l.filAI.TIEH BEST SHOE J dhUC CENTLMEN, . - IN THE riOHLD FOR THE MONEY. In footwear orouf HOOKER & TABOB, Kosine, Ky.