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SUBSCRIBE it it mr witli tho very bosttnutnrinl imil have in our employ us jjuoel workmen as can lio Um IN THE FOURTH 0 CONGRESSIONAL 2ISTRICT. TZRMS---S1.2- 3 Per Amm, la Advance. found. Prices reasonable. friM JVI yerrP 171 $1.25 per year. AtVV VOL. V. of HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892. NO. 2. 'Saw rtv r - woman pure, gentle, strong, earnest, rimergetic industry, actuated homely feature villous vbo make n PR0FKHS10XAL UA RD. by n healty ambition and guided by a courageous, noble and religious. specialty of facial improvident can do V. Ilrmtn I. lintcnior My ideal ninct possess a quiet force. mind at offce keen, frank mid coura Tho M. 0. AITonl A Croaturo who, It is Said, l.iciilcniiit Jntriir Proutis AlFairns Soon by miic!i,cpuuinlly with the uoso. His lli'iillrjr of Ht.ltP Must know the Joy of "giving" rath- geous. A'practieal and notn theoreATTOHXKY AT LAW, AwUIJ said on high authotilv that the bul"Doos not Exist, on Land a Lookor-on- . W. .1, Hi mini k Alfnriny ei.n.riil tical man. er than "receiving." Must feel a bous nosu 11111 be iiiadu to assume HAIITFOHD, I. e) Norman or Soa.but oiWhom wo - KKXTUCKY. Atnlll.r Heing a, woman of ordinary nbilUy ID nry Ituln r thrill to human needs. Must The much talked of Peoples' Party moru pleasing proportions if nn ordiHavo Caught OccasItel-lc- r (1, It. Snnnci JA. s. fill . of I.iihICIIIii-J. . B. tt rum VI. reach n helping hand to those below. myself, I.,do not desire a 1'aconian or speaking and Imbecile at Wcsterfield's nary hpring; clothos pin bo worn nt ional Glimpses." Adjutant fleni rm t..l. CIiiim Ss "Wed-- in.gr, aSocrnticmind. History does not grounds is a thing of the past. There night, not on this end, but whuro tho I'.. I'- 'llwni.nn Must bold n dignity nt once gentle IHiipl. filllie Innlriictlnn t. Add on. Willi I'lcik Must make the world Fpenk of happy homes in eonncclion wns a large crowd lilrul Men In I'.xIxtriK'C lliW nnd strong. present, and vein shows near tho top. Such noses I! I'nlle .InhriBm I'lihliei Printer IIAUTFOKD, KY. uorlil nnulel lip u Wouum' about him better for his having lived with those mm. fiom the broad grin that overspread very frequently have I.irgo TjiiMiil ill (0lliin,nicT Aiiilrrsnii'n tliznnr.) poies a thorough 10th century Give me in it. Diascroii": Will HiPlrprnr.iniilnnliiHlliliPi-niirlilli'iitru. the countenance of sonic of the which need regular treatment, and u . Uliln ninl iiiljniainn imiiiiiKo, mul couit or business man, who possesses He must feel the good of living for en Circuit (,'onrl pniivrni'ii the llh Monday In May leaders it was evident usually in six or eight weeks the kuwi t rriminal priwlii-- ami mitl ollii'llon. v2riUy , ami'.iiican' rAii.Mi:it. Ho must a temper nnd can ii"o it when ocens-sio- n that they thought the millennium skin becomes linti others rather than self. I.I' l.itttci JnaVn grained, smooth Iop Nop e'l.iuiniiiHtMllli' Attorne) demands, hut let that temper be nigh. In give the untiring, unselfish devotion (' lliirdnlck Clerk JTannes a.. many respects it was the and white. A nico eomplostion J I' llirn It luiiiiniMliii-A VI!I'V HI)I'i:itI()lt MAN. Last, but not one that can be softened by renpon. most remarkable gathering that over of a generous love. COTTiTT-S- T CSTTZIT'. makes any woman attractive whether lie is physically strong, inornlly least, be must know (Joil as the rock A man wlio can ho mild ami gentle assembled in this part of the county. I I' Morton J ml I sho is young; or old,and most persons I' I. Veil Allnrniy .', CU when encountering th" foible ami inbrave, mul po.cs-c- s men till anil IIAIITFOKD, KY. foundation of his existence. ItoMiui llnltimnk rk If that crowd wasn fair representation can havo this. Many women in baste Will ptwtirMii -- herllt H OTitjInr irnfi"inn In Dim, nn.lmljnln-Int- f firmities of others, and whose grea!et of the Peoples' Party, it not aspirations. He litis tbc courngo I I'Tnin-o- n -Jailer strange to clear tl o skin use somo of tho is pollution, nml tlm mutt of .ipicm MhimIi) in each month Courlioim nc. is in promoting the welfare pleasure of bis conviction-- ; is outspoken, nttmlloimivi'ti to"nlrclloti, A HUMAN IH'.liO. that Hon. Wesley Crowe represents highly nclvur'ispcl qvAr.rrr.-ccvr.T. Offlcp north hi.Ip piiMicxrpnirp. remedies, which v2 71 and happiness of the family. straightforward, manly anil noble in tho 3rd .Monday In January, Court ninu-iiOhio My ideul man is n perfect blendcounty. Water never rises render them quite uiipiesentablo fur Aril, July ninl Mlr. Such f nr.in will all thonfliiirs oflifo. .vecostty In ing of strength nnd gentleness n man above its source. K. D.OOKKV. 11. D.1IIN00. Csurt of Claims. ten days or two week, and then tho in religion, good in nural, loving mid llii' lt Monday In lie in (inn nnil unyielding where who tins learned how both to com"Court 0-u.ffThere was a large number of good Sz skin is found to ho completely reV.'."",r- nnd kind at home and generous to the conscience i'(tiiipri in tlint direction, mand and men ptescnt, hut it can be safely said obey n man who has minmoved, tlm skin is soft nnd clear, but but "penetrable to kiml entreaties" gled with the world nnd knows it Well world in general. -- Julk'n-iiurt. lii'lil In March, .lime, Sc.teinl.er that there was a larger number of tho - pi ril.ili'iinppii.itethi mine.. md in nbottt siv mouths the troatmont Will priiill.-In ill conn- - of Olnr, .lmlml.'oininii Yes, I think I have an ideal man, when not railed upon to iiphnlil prinrouiitli-pidisturbing element present than was without being hardened, roughened nml In nml Court or Ai" (J VTiirinT, A, 1,1, 4, has to io gono through with ai'iiin in ill- Lollii Hiipiri..r Court luinfupM ntiriijnl all I,.x,, J.- Mi'Kln.llry, I,. I, .1, I. ciple by rigid firmness. Ill iiiiii. He is nut n or embittered by its teachings. My and these qualities constitute him. ever seen together in these parts beto. OHi.p, No. y, oi-- Aiulcrnoir llatiar, (H WTA)iirrontiiMi-- . and still a'aiu, until in tlm end it is Uj. Hill. fore. There was more stranger to .the sweet amenities of ideal man has u warm heart nnd n v2lr I". drunkenness Iii. IB, lii,l. worse than if no treatment had been . V.S. iif. ItXiHIl, 11,11,11. II. home and social life; lie is kind and (oil-givek.vti: kaitman'ss Mu:.r than was ever known in the yaliny instinct of protection for nil W llalHI, l'lHtlllli. (T . forbearing, and does not strive for that is weak and helpless. To my iiiitid, the ideal nnn is filty days of the Saloon men would take taken at all. The only safe treat( IM.hu MIII.T. V, I, I, I. My ideal . 1 K...IIVII Iiiinlri, .1, l, t, i. si'lfi.-- h or uggrantlio-nie- nt man calms his business cares nnd years old. Helms outgrown follies, their bottles out, turn their hacks or ment isouu tlut improves tho skin ATTORNEY AT LAW,(J W I'll) mi lOIIl ililc. . fir- -t and does not roughen among his fellow-meTliero cheers bis hearth-stonHe lina mag (I'irr lit mil It, 7, n, 7, 7 EZ'X-hide behiiid each other and drink; from tho with the Fame crudities', prejudice. Uiatruip. i It T llin.li r, , , .', . is largeness in bin tolerance ami pity it. (.n IITii)liriiiniiiiMi'. spirit which dwelt m the One who nificent constitution, developed out of while others played cards hard. by the for tbe morally weal; and incapable, touched the sick to heal Avoryijood roccipo and ono with(S I. I'lilki'rmin, W, It, II, II. TZ. "JR. and others staked their them, who doors. Ho has perfect health bpc:iuc rnad-sidfl WiKKlwnr.l, il, il. II, II. but bis heart burin uitli ticry n lii-W llimi i'imicI lnl.li'. he has no bad habits. His experiments dimes and quarters on knocking down in roach of most people is ''ono quart Cic-mthe things that "rendered unto M Vutry, 11, Hi, against tin; tyrant hypocrite were Ctesnr's to (Sod the things that in business and politics havo been sue- - the dolN. 'l'his is no fancv sketch of buttermilk, one lovol teaspoonful I" iP .iiiii iu, i ,'. MllIlT ami usurper who would trample under were GimI'h." Vho"plcadeil for him cesstul, tint he smiles imlitlereutly nt nor is it overdrawn. If the Imniacu-ina- nv of coarse salt, ono small cupful corn- (Ollu-- iii Crimili-hiilMing.) loot the rights and privileges of his self," but gave His life a ransom for of the pries of life, hue Peoples' Party will have iuet such me.ll; stir well together, and at least Will pnirln-liin profojulon in nil tho point, of le-- s iortunate brother. rutin' I'uilrlN. charm Me lielieves that Hie liest thing in the n meeting in every precinct in the twice ad.ty, wiiha soft rag dipped in ..'."."'' "'Iioi'iluic riiiiiitlPK. ANu Aoiiiry many, and lent it never-dyinI'llilll)' I'.'n'J.'lj He never ninkes use of tobacco, to self sacrifice. world is to love a woman and be loved county between now and November this, wash faeu, neck and arms. Tho s i'Ti..r. ju.ii iir..l...-.i.- i Mil -- hili Knufmin, it would bury them under such nor does bo ..T.m'.'.-- n i; iMiiin. ji,.u--; w I...N..I, "dum eir strong drink, Into most human lives there comes bj' her. an buttorinilk as it sours becomes nn- lllkilCr-( .1 IM:.. ItMMwIthlf 111 III I llill. H tit Ilr.will.i.i avalanche of ballots that free cninnee pleasant to smoll, but it is harmless. "T '" more of earthly cheer than enmc to J... Ulnllln,.', ' ' "" ",u ATTORNEY AT LAW, Davioss County Association. ...,,.,1.1 ,1,. ,l,n,n iiai.iia.I iw... t ... ll.vnrv- - ivnlnnii ulwMili! " "llirr 1"r,l,nl l"'V"il (lel.lement !..,, ,..,.,... .... v..... ,iu ji .wit, ,. .,,,,..... .. iil'S'.r -- w .. U..LI.... ..,.1,..: w Pn,..,,,... His, but no human hero can be per,1,1 IIUIIIII m... IIKIL Notice given the delegate Up lias ii pleasant, elieerful ilipopi iniirHliil. 1 e a liicr.niiy redeem thin. fect without catching n ray of light washino; the fiieo, neck and tenth tho jll.lu. ItniM'iiKT. Kllklt to the Daviess County linplist Associa Will prai tii p tioii, never allowing bim'clf to bc from His il i; t'rixili'r, jii Ii. In all tlin Court- - ot That intelligent men can be led last thiny; before retiring has much Ohio nnil niljoiiiiiig divinity. iiiiiiIiiiI. poiiniip., ami in Hip Court or tion, which meets at South Carrollton. ! Alcome trelful, initable or ttilleu. is pasiu i into such a trap .dntta I'arrirh. strange, to do with keeping the AK'nl. amotion irjipii tocnlleption. August the ICtli, that I h Illlirr Count) Ofllri'i-K- . though lie has a temper, lie is able L.i 'i 'i ''',e "rst parngrnph of the preamble ; clear and tho tooth from decay, as ' OIIipp, opr Willi.uiH, lieiu CVmlrtia-torA TWKNTIirril Ci:NTUl!YMAN. a reduced rate of one an d , ...... ..,.,.... ... a ', . ., , . .' .. I II Wllw to control it. iuti)nr won us ino nio.ttli swoot; pirtieles of. The. best of health, of morals nnd 1'iirrnlt """ in.iiioriii is .. .,r rirlriKii'iii. fare to ull delegates over the L.,St. L. "' here the force of both sides lie can Iiir II llmii-rs. ..II riiininniii,, ,, ..!..!., ....... Jill', lU , morn ...... lUlMI.UMII lire the .neonln .....I .1.. of In ceiling, a good disposition, an edI '.I V J W llrntli'j I'lirnmr lllliv OI,, & T. to Owensbiiro; tho N. N. is M. of a proposition, ami takes tiino for oi me irtitis oi ineir moor than the cay. And tho most lioautiful woman ucated intellect in wealth. These are V. to Ccuiral City, and the 0. & X. tlipjii't consideration of each; but the attiibutes of my ideal man. In from Oivensboro and Central City to laborers of theUiiited Slates of Ameri- in thu world is disgusting; if sho does when convinced of tbc superior logic What na- not havo sweet breath. addition, he must possess a sympathy Smith Carrollton. This reduction is ca? Not on this planet. tlilnl nmi M. II. 'lillrrli.Siiiilli.-S.rlii- -r of cither, his attitude to that which) tion pays their toilers better wages for humanity in all its types. He liiiirtli"illnl.i in, n'li llmlitli Sil Kill..i linnl nt veil on the certificate plan, and del unMiMk inr) .miili) iiiiirniui;. IIi. il K oppiws is like that nt Kitz .James to j m&2 W'io are the UNION believe, in the inn-majesty, rights egntes must, on purchasing tickets to than we do? None. I'liiu.l'ii.liir. "Tl:t vzS&rh& Kodciick Dhu and his followers: Henry Kelly, who lias In en sick for Iliiiillxl I'liiiri'li. "riwn .h'ihiiI Sulur. E" rTfa-a- ? nnd privileges of the individual, the Association, get ce.Tilicates fro'ii tramps nnd the starving poor we hear J5? ,'nry il) mul Siimlli.l K.iIImi.Ihmii'iiiiiiiiiii, Sniuli) "Come one, come all! This rock ' c so much of from the calamity striker? several month's past, died August 1 li.'i.j riiMor. iioriinii; hi whether male or female. mul fuiirili shall lly the ngent, showing that they have Those who V. V. t linrrli.-nm'- ii lirl was buried arc to lazy to work or those and at heaver ,Nil.l.ilh-- i IiimiI ut ii n u k Sunil in In brief, a man with the health of paid full fare going; nnd when said I'rtnii its firm linn1, a soon tin I." iiioriiniB lli' II, II. Mi'lh'iinl I'n. I'trr) who have left their country for their Dam, the second. -nil' M. 11. 1'liurrti, (ml He is active nnil energetic in InisN an KnglMimnii, the manners of the certificate is signed by the Secretary I li'lHllllM'l rirt ii k. h. Ui'iiiiitiMiiiiiiil niiiht. Joe Ileid, who has been very sick country's good. Kfv.N NSIiiiii'. I'ltnior. ness. lie doc not iiiideivaluc the French, the beauty and contentment of the Association, it will entitle ilium OFFICE OVER RED FRONT I have heard ol one Third Party for some titne.is improving. TVlri'M llrl nli.l Alpllil llnplNI. (ml.) of the Italians, the American spirit, worth and potency of "the almighty to icturn tickets at one third fare. lilltilllllilil) ttltllllltHtli lllltllt Mason Taylor has been very sick man whose father gave him a farm v J J Hiiiniu Id Ktuu'ii L i l'.ilr Is prepared to do all kinds of dollar,'' and strives ealoiHlv to accu- intellect, generosity and wealth, nnd Hartford and Greenville papers are and a horse, who has always enjoyed for sonic time, but is better. and controlled by requested to pleneo copy. mulate means, believing that n mon- all permeated Dental work at reasonable prices. Mrs. Charles Uartmrd, who has had good health, and untie to support but etary cninpetpney gives npportuuty the teachings of the only perfect man .Toiin II. I'oYi-.T- . Moderator. his own dearself, who claims that ho erysipelas for the past three weeks, is that ever lived. Such is my ideal. for great accomplishments, to be A. J. SLATON, M. D., has not clothing fit to wenr in com- n little better. WESLEY'S CHAPEL. Too lofty for tlm contemplation of in no othei mi v. Crops aro looking well. Farmers Wo have just closed a wonderful pany. Wonder if he has silver bul1 be l!)ih century man? & Yes, His heart is us tender as his mind i the Fornicily of Miilnno.l, now locatp.l nt Lcitch-fle- l This is a new lion to coin or has he something to me very busy cutting grass. lieve my ideal is slightly superior to revival at this place. is elcir. He can love J, otter- - Iu- - nrolpd.ioiuil emcpii to the people There was a large crowd at the but wait un- Church, built while Ilro. Iiiinton put into the ilrnj-o- ii "To the depth and breadth and the average man nnil vljolninxcoimtieii. Office in Of such is the Third Parly. quarterly meeting at Pi en I is Sunday. was on the work and the nigauuation (tho Dr. Ilailon prnpprtv.) til the grandson of the superior young height ally Mrs. Muir, of Horton, is visiting not strong, but we found a few broth His soul can tench, when feeling woman of controls the enrth THO M AS' SCHOOL HOUSE. Mrs. A. W. Davidson. out of sight ers mid sisters tilled with the power of nml then you will see it is to be hopSKCJiKT ORDERS. I will try to give you a few items For the end nflleingaml ideal CJiace." There wns n large crowd at Pren. God, ready to talk, sing and pray, ed, a superior type of manhood. from this neighborhood. AIm- itis Monday, although it was such n just standing on the promises of God, dilute I'wjne Atler. mrrwcr.N Cicero Maxwell Cnrnp, No. !M, Department ol Health is generally good in this Fre"To the level of every day's rainy day. Tho music was good. Kentucky, iiippta nt Hiirifnnl,Ky.,Hrpniiil8iitiirJiiy laughing at impossibilities, firmly LOUSVILLE tilin. Crops are looking badly. in null month nt p. x. and MEMPHIS, .Most quiet uei'd, bv sun and cana miimcai. ii)i:.vri The speaking was interesting, what trusting God let conie what may. C. M. UiRNrTT, CnptMin. dle light." We had a good rain last Friday acWho can find him, for his prico is Ja. I Uow i, Scr).'iniU. It did not take long for the lire to it liked in logic was filled out with I lis love is like a stall for the heart companied by severe lightning. It above diamonds. PULLMAN BUFFETSIeeping Cars' commence miming ami ns religion is witty anecdotes. of bis love to lean upon. struck n tiee iu S. K. Smith's yard, G-- . .A.. IS. The heart of his wife doth safely lltOM AXlt TO il There was some drinking und gam"The strongest, on the longest day." trust in him, for she hath no cause for very contagious, pen pin don't take but did no other damage. It was tho J. WrmflonvriL Pout, No. 8, Departuient of i.oiiihvii.i.i:.ii i:iiiii in. viiKNinii a preventative, so tho hearts bling going on and some horse-swathat second ono that has been Keptucky, mi pt- - pi pry thlrJ yaturi ly nt 1 o'clock His goodness has no touch of pusil- jealousy. iivrox itoiii:.imii .m:v inti.tANr, struck in r. ., in .eitchtielil, Ky. ping on the ground during tho afterhavo grown cold and wre spiritually his yard this tlu 1I,'lllllll. lanimity, bis fortitude is free lrom summer. He will be kind and allectionntc to I'.S). llRl'EK,Com. noon. dead began to catch the lire of God's S.A.Mi'Siiibv.AiIJ. his benignity is her nil tho clays of her life. and J. I). Smith and E. 0. Gibson atQuick anil Desirable Route The There was a dance and an ice love. Mnny wero reconciled, nine Like uttcily devoid of weakness. lie Irvctli industry, but having profesoed leligion, fifteen sacntilied tended the picnic nt Short Creek yes TO AND ntOM PamtoN Miiutiin Pout No. , Prpii'tiupntuf Kencreiini supper at Sip Swain's nt night. Sir (iiilahiul's, terday and icport a pltasat time. I wisdom bo tnkcth recreation iu duo tucky, iikpIh pier) Sitiinliy lieforo tho New York riiilm'elpliln lliiltitiiorn onJ the Church wonderfully revived, the don't think S. Ii. F WiinliiTiKtnn Norfolk Dlil I'lilnt Coailort Hini'l.i). nt 10 o'clock a. m. In t "His strength is as I lie strength of season and askcth his wife and chilthat it will he their last Itii'litiionil Itilllnlo Cli'vuliinit Hartford, Uy. CimniVbliv, I. C. J. 0. people talk religion at home as well visit for they got struck ten, IlllU'llI ( IiIihk'" lriillHiliiioli on the pretdren to do likewise. .1. M. llimior, Ailj. BEDA. lloemipe his heart is pure." as nt tho Church, and praise God in ty girls I'llK'ilMIHti l.llllUUUll that wcie there. Won't blamo He eousideieth the price of a field August "), Crops are needing rain He believes iu l!ud the Father AlCnstorn and Northonstorn Points their fields as well ns around the you, boys, go again. ami buyetli it and buildeth a house on nnil MoinpliU Vn'klurK Union ltmiKu badly. mighty, nnil is living, every day, for family nltnr.The meeting closed on the Miss Sallie Wilson commenced her Now Orii'iin Moliilu l.lttlu Itiick Hot it, and puttctli it on the records iu tho Miss Ada Cox is visiting her sister, 'Jo th, of .'July leaving seven mourners school ,SirltiK mul jicIiiU In Wost Tonnes- - the life everlasting. at the Cabbage Scliooolhouse, name of his wife. Mrs.Ola Leach, Whito Hun. .Mi?!!fSliii Minnie W. ISainctMHlrr. f0 Toxin ArkniiiiH As to news it last nt the altar of prayer. Monday. lie payeth good wages to his ser- is t.nui.l'itm Hint tl:u Hoiltli nnil Singing school is being conducted nt very scarce, so far as I am informMOIIAI.I.Y CI.IIAN, MIINTAI.I.Y CI.KAII. vants, mid withhohleth not their hire Tbe School commences at this plnco the new Church, by L. It. SOUTHWEST. Burnett. ed. Crops nro needing rain very next Monday, conducted Morally I would have him ns clean when it is due. v$foiilG by Miss The ice cream supper given at Mr. anil In bad,ly people aro living in p a o nnd Annie Hnrrel. Tro'liio ii tliormiKlily 'iuili'l tia he would keep his daughter. MeHo giveth to the sick and the irovl(lt'Hiui encul-U'lII Elijah Woodwardjs last Saturday coiiilltioii.iitul Trarranrc t xrttnrn tomi"iiu keen and H3iil-inquiring. needy and hath compasson on the harmony with each other from Things look gloomy iu this neighi; opioj, ouovj ,3)nrni joly,i jo nrruiiKPini'iit in tiimutiu! tliroinjli cars ntallyclear, night was a success. Ioqp3uptlJljv .(nup (noun 001 ,rq appearances. Physically lull, with dark complex- man who nweth him, and hecnu.--e of borhood A vk.atpiik is tin1 tiint' mul convunieiice inontioji ojom emvoiq Thomas Hicks ain't Hev. It. A. Stevens unci family, of nAO on, uinrt njuoa pun JUOJS Married, nt this Church August IU here. 1(3111)11 DT) pOTl 'OUOM OSV3 fiq '144)11011 swiircil hy llin l.imiti'il Kxprvni Trnliif, ion, and a physical development tellill health nnd ecarity of labor, asketh ' poo3 on enjq pip tuoioop in.u.irjrr , were the guests of uncle Lind.-chid-?. oip nn O.m.y a niiiiit' 1(1 UK llOtWl'OII I,oulvlllo Henry Hubhs and Miss Annie Newpan Bnn77ip opil.ipilj ;o ijot of temperancp foi a little longer time. ing tho story of a life 9orrtn n.ippna G. A. Smith visited his sister, Mrs. Bennett's family hut Friday. Mini Alinn'lii, ii mI tlie liOft mul imlcKot )UJU uq 1H iionitn oau ati.t "iljnwilf.,. Hev. E. M. Miller, iu a very iu all things. Keligously ho should Solomon Smith, returned home Satoral '11 vo'ihj,'-tovlie is not afraid of tho blizzards for ton. nvrvlvu liittwocn tl.n twj cltlefovsrotu-roilMrs. Avcrilc and little daughter, ' impressive, manner, said the words infiiriim-.- . Pobe, not seem; do, not pretend. Tiiki'l'.Tiilio.'I'iiMi'H mill Ml urday. He hn3gnno to sao his best Morenc, of is much coal iu his cellars, and 'paillM'S ll.tt there l.y iiil)in Tennessce,nro J, ll.Tli'liriMir t" rtnii'il ii rather his harps arc warm and well filled with that made them man mid wife. May girl today litically true to principle nurp jn4n inorrita oq iqi4 f think I 'will havo the guests of Mrs. lleniy Levy. ajnox orj) inoi)i urul nl llonrr lliiiii,or ' jo rop BS Heaven's richest blessings attend their iiUKIl I 'PaH piio pin that this i hay mul com. a wedding to report next time. W.HiProtitT.Gen'l Pass, Art..LoiiisTilli, Kt, than party, icmcmhcring ax n; pun 0anj, oajo i,3iooh JO)H,( JO Mr.Itobert Bennett nnd wife attenpath way and their lives bo given Aioa 9Bop u oijij) 1 no 9iipmo ifdvitv snoi49rr a government "of the people, for tho For fear of the waste basket I will ded tho big picnic nt Preutis, Inst His wife is known in thn gates, for toj.icni oiq j 1 joADiiari a pint 'reap unjM without reserve into tho hands of God people, by the people," and that win her purse is in her pocket and she giv:o)jJ '9Diil aioqv ;o 'IP10H f Aon qx moro for this time. say no Monday. I.OI'I.SVII.I.K.NT. I.OUIN .V Tl'.X. II. H. I is tho prayer ot one that wishes them men are people. Success to the Unpuui.iCAN. I "il'IK eth what it plcnscth her to good mid 'lienure i3X3eiwill ",.toiii(l Miss Stella Bennett, who bus been Ei.vis JjAimirrT. In disposition linn, allectionntc, charitable work.aml she buyeth at her well. IX UII.H n Tumiv Shout. Louitiilk, St, Lew & Inn ailwiy, visiting her sister, Mrs. CM. Burnett, Vnlutiblo Hook an Merront mnit free to injr adilre.a. generous, hopeful nnd cheerful real- discretion. of Owcnsboro, returned homo last iHMir patlenta caH ao obtain In Memory Of Ouroldfiro Company. iiirdU-liifroe uf cliuree. Nov. imi. izing that tho only true happiness is foiii:w'i.i: in r.rn:cT Nu.IU, 1, No.W, Ho payeth his debts when they are week. TI.IB vsmAilvlt!,. tuien nmn.Feit bvlha Rfiviirenil Uncle Nathan Bennett, who died at "That was a giy old company that lnco 1314 and Kiirniic. ut Fort Wavue. InJ found in making others happy. 1'niiy. wjyriMH'NP. i.iiiy. niaketh an assignment. his home near Ikda, on July 2i)th, f'.mor urcprvd under bU UlrncUoii by tin due, and never Mrs. Annie Chapman and children, wo belonged to, Joe, away hack in'08, Kiln M. S. Marllr. 7:1 ii, in. r..:5 i..in. I.v. l,lllli.llllo His sous nro brought up to spend ofentanh of the lung., aged eighty of Owcnsboro, nro visiting her moth, KOENIO MED.CO., Chicago, III. when you and 1, rati with tho :ll n, in. 7:'.ll i. in. Wl nt I'llilll their evenings with tho family until two years, eleven months and eleven cr, Mrs. Mnrlha Ward. is mrriiitoNr.il nv m.uiiuaoi:. ,. H:17 . in. (,ii7 i. in. Sole! by Drucelat at SI per Dottle. Ofor & llruiiiK'iiliiirK.. Do you remember that big liro .. lArKOSle.SMB. OUottlotforlia. ll ii. in. k:i7 p. hi. lrliiKlini Ideal man lives in the creative the time. Cometh when thoy seek wives days. He was loved by all who knew Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis, Kinder-hooHow, ono freezing night, , lii.il n. in, V:i i. in. Kli'iki'Mioil , daughters of their parents' him. Ho left n wiln nnd seven chil- iu Hotel Perfect man in among the were tho guests of Dr. Cox 111.11 II. III. IMUp. 111. mind of woman. . Clofcrort.. .. . . . . j. I.lsCK when fifteen pcoplo were pulled out of .. Hill it. iii. 10:10 p. in, cor.ception with God. We approach friends. Uravllli mid family Inst Sunday. dren to mourn his Ins. Weep not their burning rooms and came down ., ll::ttit.iu. lo.:il p. in, l.oNirt His daughters tiro modest and virtu- dear wife and children for undo Natho perfect in our idealism, as nearly Mrs. Debbie Tinsley's funeral was U: III p. in. Hill I', in. Onfiiiiliiirii the ladder in their and . 1:IU p. in. ll.Mp in. Wo ous, mul he showcth them much kindas human fancy can attain. 8nlliilli than is at rest. Let us all live so how 'Dick' Greeno brought down two preached at Bcda, M.E. Church, last RA'ra A ,. !;':' i. in. lJiinjn. i Ar. clothe him with divino attributes. Wo ly attention. I to v. 0. J. Hean. when wo die wo will meet him in 'kids' nt onco one in his arms, tho Sunday by tho No. At, No. hi, In times of war ho puttctli on tho that upper and better kingdom where euthroiio him upon a lofty height. Mrs. Kit Carson is very ill ut her Dully Dilly. other slung to his back? Poor 'Dick'! KAST HOUND. bluo cloth and brogans and shoulder-- , parting is no more, father-in-law'-s, Wo crown him with laurels of whatWin. Carson. 7:1.1 n. in. :i: ISp. mi. Ho got the Catarrh dreadfully, from I.v. Ili'iiilci-mictb his rifle mid does honor to his Call not back the dear departed, Undo Lindsey Bennett is ill. 7OTft. in. :l'J7i. in. ever is best nnd gnnd. fiimll.vlllo v so much exposure, mid suffered from ' m. i"l n. m. country. Anchored safe where storms aro o'er, May tho HnrunuoAN livo long and Wo worship our hero, until overit for five yenrs or more. We thought U.i'in. in. S.nSp. in. l.rwlpoit And while enjoying tho blessing of On the border laud wo loft him, prosper is tho wish of U.Un. m, Si'Hlp.Ill' come hy tho iiifliieuro of surrounding HllHI'.Vlllr YEARS FOR was onco he going into conHMH il. III. A.A7 p. in. his will and word-ct- h Soon to meet mid part no more. Clnwriort Daiik Eyksj wo yield to tho power health, he imiketh Has loU all Worm Rcmodios. sumption sure. Hut, fiiuully, ho heard I" '' u. In. :1 p. III. circumstances, rtriinipnrt it so that the inheritance shall bo EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Then 11.10 . in, 7.05 p, in, of human allcctions and wed. Inliiuli'M When wo leave this world of chan- of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Hcincdy, and received by thoe ho intendeth it for Caton Stook Farm. 'llt'ri n, in, 7::)1 p. in, is our ideal truh dethroned. llrniuliiiliiiri! SOI,I EVlZItYWItKHK. ges, tried it, and it cured him up us sound rtrp,ji iiuiuKDson.mt.imji nn. co.,T.toin. Wi't Tiilnl l.o p. in. "J p. in, Mr. A. L. Thomas, Sup't of Caton and not squandered in lawyers' fees. U.U4 p. in. diller-euc- c lump, in. Ar, Luiilmrillo At onco wo apprcciato tho When we leave this world of caro, ns a flint. I tell you .Too, that CatFarm nt Joliet, III., remarks, "I en Genrgia J), linuyau. between idealism nnd realism. We shall find our missiui; loved arrh remedy is a great thing. It rlnsn von amount for siv bottles nf 'IViilm No, M mul .No. M inuKo coiini'itiuii nt I'll) hIUi tniln. mi l.oul.. Wo either lower our ideal standard Irviiilon (Siimluy itiom tiii: r.inron ok womankind. saved as good a man .and as bravo a one, FO THIS lI.O''I. ointment. As a rule I mn 11. It., rant ninl villi1, IInrJinl'iirir i. Wnli-religeillou and WiViicia. Malaria, This "ideal man" calls forth n mul- In our dear father's mansion fair, or clnvuto it through the knowledgo shoe leather." fireman ns ovor UllnmiicuL Inln l Imnuil. Kir mnlirr liiloriiiiillun, nlJit' about saying anything, Caiiiiii: C. B. HtON VXTV thoughts nnd II. c, iiuiiniiK.dtii. lii'rAic'i. It wo havo wed a mini titude of conflicting of tho real, Kor aalo m s but after one years trial I must co- n- It cure qiilcrly. gvuuuia. b- - all Jcalen In I.cuUtiIU, Ky, to. on Boauty. mcdlcluc ideas. I do not know when I havo Mill l( U'.HCurou ill mini jitlittil) ri'lii'Viti-riiiiHints who holds an ideal woman iu fancy ft' tl"t .. Will do till yoll claim for j liporo . Iln...,.l been assailed with so many doubts Mli.Hiplii nmt S..I.I hy .. nml places her far beyond tho ordinannd uncertainties, "Prottv is as prottv doos."is an ox- - it.'' hut out of the Wii)n Clrilllu Urn. imcvwH inosi iiiTTnia almaxao andWiltlcciyHablU ry, and ho Iu turn tillers himself as confusion a few etniggling beams of m m Vuv 1SIM collontMiyinej no dnubt,but if it ovor cured at homo withCoutnlni One lluiiUrtil Itcclpr. for mil niNPIU'NI V mul I.lwr Complaint ,i:,i out pain, llookolpar-I hold that lllll 'H.'IOIt:T.W'li,".i hinting mul Imuran equal, ho is indeed ideal .,;.! iuiui 1....1 ,.,r...i.. i.n..,i m 11i ......... 11 III to como. climply nnU quickly light begin dellctouii Canidy llcuiaraaent IREK, jnilliuiori pnntPil xunrnntpr .hi i'ii-i- j iniiiii- in villi 1.11 liuilil lui lull " ., hy Z. . ppifiiuie. I'rico HI nmt An ppnn otliome. Tlili hoolcU thcuuntiy ut Urug II.M.WOOLLKV.M.D. man should bo all he would require birstl would demand industry, I Bhn0l,. vubiit. h..i.ii.vS5 the pleasure of hor neejuaintanco.ror Dro. ) no nrittwaiiro Mid Koiioml itorei. W AtlMiua.ua. umcaliMKWallatuUrJl, State Directory MY IDEAL MAN. THE BLOWOUT. - - Glenn priu-lli-- cotr:rir I'iii-ihII-- i Apin-nli- down-trodd- -- Smith, Attorney at Law, Appi-nl. spir-Uni- t! tin-l- h:. " mii-cp- rc Attorneys at Law. , lion-nr Eingo, n- I -. Jiw-phiii- c lurt-fur- l, s e Peryy Westerfielcl HARTPOED, - e, indig-natio- r ' i'. Roslne, ISLy- Attorney at Law, . .1 i l"P lilLZ-i- .i.iiir.-JI.HnM.i.ii,Jii.U..l I "J t ...tu I Ij. Kearrin, ..j !. !; Hartford, Ky, Hpii-In- l f. j ,, , one-thir- d ! d. ... 1mhi1-.i- I i- TOTS t -- - DENTIST, .IiiMhiUi-kIioo- I d Physician Surgeon, to-d- Sens cf Veterans. 1 p Court-Ilou.- lliPcourt-hou-eH- KSS&2 M m il out-wa- . e, tj 11 .'SI'i-Ao,- FREE. ull jallU o.' ii- - 1 n'll-tTI- night-clothe- s; Iltinili-rnni- 1MIP MlTE'3 'tisiwjmmwi OnH I I'- - VI111IME 20 '"VM q,,,,,, linim-hllla- . .V - ' I w'ujni-Oiim- . imi ijii.ii fe Hartford Republican ronuinKD evkhv i'kiuay mousing. JO. II. MOHKIIN, . IMItor mid l'rnrli'lor. FIUDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892. Republican Ticket. kou I'ltiinnNT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Imlinnn, again is sure on the true mid main issue, that of Froc Trade vs 1'rotcc tion, and lieneo tlioy arc raising a great hue and cry about tho Force Rill. Democracy has but one olijcc tiou to such a measure, and that is, it assures n free vote and n fair count, and this tho Democracy never was in lavor of. And it's nfruid of Free Trade, although pledged to it in the platform. Republican Couvontion. The Convention was called to order by Chairman of County Committee Tinslcy, and, ufter a short talk, declared nominations in order for Chairman. J. A. Smith placed the name of Judge Jno. P. Mot ton in nomination, and J. 11. James named D. F. Tracy. Mr. Tracy was E. V. Milligan was was elected. elected Sect ctary and Morris Taylor, Assistant Secretary. Chairman Tracy then unpointed the following as a committee on Resolutions: James Rogers, J. J. Fleming, Win. R. Jones, W. B. Taylor, Herbert Leach. While the Committee was out tho Convention was entertained by enthusiastic speeches by J. II. James, M. L. lleavrin, S. L. Stevens. Q. C. Shnnks, Win. Milligan and J. J. Fleming, which were all short hut heartily applauded, The Committee on Resolutions reported the following: RksOI.Vkd, That we, tho Republicans of Ohio county, in Convention assembled, approve the calling of this Convention and endorse the wise and patriotic administration of Benjamin Harrison. We endorse the Republican National Platform. We are uncompromisingly iu favor of tho Reto publican policy of Protection We approve industries. Aineiican the calling of the Convention at Elizabcthtown, which meet-- ' August l.'i, 1802, for the purpose of nominating n candidate lor Congress in the 4th District. Rioi.vki, That it is tho sense of this Convention that the Ohio county delegation be ir..d they are hereby in structed to cast the 21 votes ot Uluo county for Col. J. S. R. Wedding for Congress and also the following named gentlemen as delegates to said Convention: Sam Gaines, Sam Roberts, Jo. B. Rogers, I). F. Tracy, Juo. P. Morton, M. L. lleavrin, J J. Fleming, Calvin Taylor, J. L. Carson, M. S. Ragland, R. R. Wedding, W. L. Brown, Jno. L. Taylor, S. L. Rogers, Allen Alfonzo Stevens, Brock, J. L. Elmore, Capt. David Duncan, Boyce Taylor, Morris Taylor. All other good Republicans aie invited to attend as alternates. Tom-pornry It is a part of tho doctrine of Pro- inches, cut in the calf of his left leg, Then a cut iu tho thigh of his left leg and ti cut iu the right leg. His wounds are doing well, but ho is very weak and prostrated from the shock he received. His daughter, Mrs. A. P Kevil, of Pinekneyvillo ill., his sons, Dr. S. S. Jackson, Wylic Texns and John L. Jackson, Paducah and sister. Mis Matt Jackson, of Bowling Green, arc with him. We wish him n speedy recovery Gcorgo Sandorfur Doad. About two years ago George S. Sanderfur, of Hoiton, went to the great South West and ca-- t bis fortune-witthe Louo Star Slate. A week or so ago he had started to Kentucky to visit his parents and was stricken down w'th typhoid lever and died. He was a most excclicut young man and his death is a great loss. He was an old schoolmate of ours and one whom wo never found wanting in truest manhood. mm .MtiuiiMii J .' " M ::" ww i:e.i - tEttt 111 MM1t Mlva MII..T. 1. ( ' ISf. Mlli'lcdrr .Irntp Kiirni. liniiio ! tifju; ll.tiKSiTi limliiVi I i i H iuj i ".villi li Iiik rwiy kno'vn ii'I.hmI.s, hmiiuiiiI.1 it luicci IIiiirIi two eniH liimluit.'i Iruiu i. jeltr ulil IIH4', S yebh mm . I ' ir tt'ltll 1 llllt'OIIlllCHlllllHUl 2 QUINN'S OINTMENT. 1 In of. w aVii-Vllfl tho best nrepamtlon 1 heartily rvcommcml I haveover used or heard ! It to nil Horsemen." S ttitlmontalt. t i HWiai'f hunrfreilicauch for vicn ritlSlDKNT, WIIITKLAW REID, Of New York. dllKltlFf, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOIl FOR CIUCUIT COTIltT Cl.i:ilK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Ohio county should lmvc delegntion at Kluabethtown a full A voti: for Democracy is n vote for Free Trade so is a voto for the Third Party. s A Democrat always laughs in his sleeve when he hears a Republican declare himself for the Third Party. Coi,. H, Clay Kino, who murdered lawyer Poston, in Memphis, Tenn., Tin: Herald calls the proposed a year ago and was sentenced to he appropriation to the World's hanged August 12, was commuted by Fair "a steal of the people's money," Gov. Buchanan and will serve n life but now that the Hnue has passed the sentence in the penitentiary. bill appropriating S2,)00,000, we supno further objection will bo raisWiif.n in the history, of the couu pose ed. It seems the Jferuld is not so try would a dollar buy more of the about the principle of theft necessaries or luxuries of life than particular ns it is about the amount of it, i. c., nt the present? Never! Yet the Free to its moi til code if a man Trade fanatics are continually crying according steals one dollar he is a saint, but if that Republican Protection is robbing ho steals two dollars he is a thief. the people. The truth is the Herald knows very IIi:nky Wattkihon" says that the well that tho action of its party in Democratic party is a Freo Trade Congress is controlled, not by any Party, except in the case of a few sense of patriotism, but by n imbeciles not worth mentioning. So ed sense of supposed economy such ns is the JJerald, a Free Trader and an would save at the spigot while water imbecile. Marse Henri says you are ing at the buiiK. It is this party that one "o' tother." Now which is it? would cripple a great national exhibit ot our country s products m order Thk fact that the fall in Quiiiine thnt it may parade before the country has been as great all over the world n record for money saving even when as it has been in this country, is conthe iiiteieeflfrof the country sutler. It clusive proof that the placing Quinine on the free list is not responsible was not because the Democracy to do so that it finally decided for the reduction, allow could jt be, to appropriate 52,500,000, not at all, when tho Tariff on an ounce of Quinwhen public opinion ine was only one dollar, while the re- but it only did so forced it to do so. It is merely a duction has been four dollars and a between public opinion and half. public necessity on the one hand and Tar. Democracy predicted that the Bourbon stupidity on the other. effect ofthcMeKinlcy bill would bo The $3,000,000 was needed to carry to increase the price of manufactured out the great project, the greate-- t of articles used by the people, yet a its kind in tho history of the world, Committee of the Senate has report but true to its history, the Democrat of ed, the "Democratic member thereof ic party opposes that which greatest benefit to the people. concurring, that the price of manupig-heado-sircom-promi- se tection that commodities which can not be produced in this country successfully should bo placed on tho free list, because otherwise it would amount to a Tariff for Revenue only, which is always paid by the consumer. After a fair trial it was found tint sugar could not bo produced here nt this time in sufficient quantities to supply the demands of our people, so the Republican party, true to its Pro. tcctivc principles and tho interest of tho people, nindo sugar free of duty and then as an encouragement to American producers, offered a bounty on sugar produced here. Tim placing of sugar on the free list is in accordance with Protection and not with Freo Trado nor Tariff for Revenue only, and saves the country of more than $30,000,000 a year. The party approved tin saving to the people. Dom-ocrat- Ei.ii:. I prrlmltlr. Ask yourdrunl'tfnrlt. If lie A frier,!.. ilt NuiiHM.!otMituiitMiirfc iti'r,fnrtrliiHiix. lliiH tint kit AV. It. t ;i)lY At CO., W'tillcliull, N. Y. TttADtWUC. IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII 1..II1M..1IIIIIISMIIUIIIIIMII' SMi 1 Church Mooting. Members of tho Baptist Churc.li will remember that our Church Meeting next Saturday night will he the last iu this nssociational year. Let there ben full attendance, as important business will claim your attention. Remember nlso that on Sunday morning will bo your annual election of Sunday School oflicers. Rev. Dr. Wnnlcr, of Louisville, will fill our pulpit morning and evening. J. S. Coi.kman, Pastor. attract in a- the atten tion of the public. - Gasoline Stoves. These are some- - lr'M,lllli iwjSP ,thing- new, and are - I"H fl ;;tC-- it? Call and examine '' K a S'PTiH bwii-b- i Tif.'"5niTsu3n! AT u ii ti I. 'i r II v M ti nn if a iilij I KJIHJ l)o von know that a little coiikIi U a itauKoious tiling? Aiu oununi that it often ftotcus on the ItmiM ntul f.ir too often rum into Consumption nud ends iu Death? l'tHMilo sulTerliiR from Aktlimu.S O n !T . s h :isn I. li n n-- n a . .' 1111 n v i( n u J, wuvt.: sh 1 them. Also, we have a full line of coal and wood IlroncliUN, l'm.'Utiumi.i ami Consumption will alt tell you tliat "IT STARTED WITH A COLD.' 2 Can you nlTord to neglect it? Can you trifle" j with bo Kcriotis a matter r Are you uworu inai New Buggies, Wo have a NEW and NICE LINE of Buggies and Spring Wagons? stoves and stove-war- e. TIockeu & Co. with the greatest care selected in a which we propose to offer at the closest prices. Anyone wanting a new rig would do well to call on us. We have a speciality Curri ItMUv'tlon. lailous DIITEHZ 1ST tiRGWirS MOV IH. ie., U Steel-gearcdi3ug-gy, You can get the Hartford HkpuiUjIO mm Ml LIMITED ax and the New gfJP l9n3ZS$t Nnir WwfflTIl A NUFftCT URE R5 a i,ti a nurvi York Tribune one 1 15Kr-?- i vcm il uts'nr. year lor 81.2o, cash. OXH?.!1Subscribe now. 10.000 per question the r;renteit of nil! for Couclw, Colds nnil Consumption is MnnVrn Ri'Mli'ilits? It will utol) 11 UollL'll in olio llilHlt. It will cheek ft Colli ill' hldnv it will nrocent Croup, leliove Aithma unit euro Consumption if taken f Pin time, " You can't nlmul to 1m without it " A 2.Tiit U.ttlo in.nv Mivoyotii If 100 in Doctor chills maVMtvo jour lite , sic ymii (trupjMlor it, or tw.UM to V. II. Hookkk tt Co., Kl Vt"rt Urn i '.'t i New Yin k, lor Ikw.1t n u n ui' i: miJ n u rj o n D a 3 a Q I 'i u c p n o k b 1 DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY i i : a i ifejM wmyiw - iiiF WV&WtZPgW nui ' v jiaeztv&ex-- w yi Multi-rl- which we think is a Superior Buggy. Call on us. IIOCKEK & Co. Nervim-iiVmnl h'Ii.tuI Kl.llliy. J'lntl-du- n rctviilinct.il II A IN!, 'ill rot'll It! cieiiiilnj luutru'le nurfcuuilcrvutil wills, iniiwriprw. flNEVd hsMsisahdPwr vfLV.rer V V .. V lltkwi.il. I'ii.i. Jm.. II, HtKkM,l':..lilir ftHDFORrAlsaUE nnu L. Of tho Condition of tho Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Business April 23, 1892. KESOl'KCES. WtaflHP m vmvmmuLW) ' ' uWwVwooDs XU4No6B6'A Jf. V X X. X V hi iii ! ,3JtJ0 '!' 'iitrlti lriirllon vfj."Lffr QH LO. llRl i.N TuicPlDED in' i tr - CASEIN! ': ;f' ,'t.M. Jt777c3l Tlintoi gh I' tctlit! 'TTTTlff.fl . M EAttku IjVAKT I'0""' & (".!.' Wiltrlo 't.. i STRA770K SU2IKSSS COLLCGC, LOUISVILLE. KY. W. R. Joxiw, j J. J. Fi,i:.mi.s, Com. W. B. T.VYI.OK, L. II. Li:acii, j Col. Wedding was then escorted to the stand and in a brief and pnititcd speech assured the Convention of his fidelity to Republicanism and thanked them for their generous support. The Convention then adjourned with three and Reid and cheers for Hnrri-o- n Woodward and Stevens and tlie entire Republican party. D. F. Tii.vrv, Ch'm'n. E. V. Mii.i.kia.n, Sec'y. - J. M. Ror.r.i:- -, " L. Note and Heal Hills 1'Ntate ; :."i(l,'J.S$.!il :;,ooo.oo l.oOO.OO nRKv Wfr'-V- ! Furniture and Fixtures. . Expenses Paid Cash on Ilnna ami in other ... DUatoidO, KMIIjLM, liflfilO. v Field. jma - - livery Stable. nnTimn T7TriT ax Tin r .'!t2.i)7 iS1' FAST LINE -- 'jr Itauki LIAIHLITIE 2S,(iii;.oi $S,027..r.!l &&&& .mzji&rv factured articles has fallen, while Delmer Stevens, Colfax, 111., is HARDINSBURG. wages and farm products have ricn, friends and relatives iu tin August 8th. Miss Ella Tins ey, of and to tho shades of oblivion goes Miss Mai y and adjoining neighborhoods. is visiting another Democratic prophecy. And Barboursville, Dee,Miller and sister from across Bowmer. by the way they all go there. Miss Lula Richardson, of Union the creek spent Saturday night and MEETS ALL DAILY Mr. Miller Kiuderhook. A IlAinroitii Democrat, who has Star, was visiting Mrs. Bush hist Sunday in seems to be sad at heart, for Mrs. forgotton much more than the Hirald week. P. M. Beard and Mi-- s Eliza lies-to- Sallie Boudeu ha- - returned to her man ever knew, remarked the other Pearcy Beard and Miss Lena home at Cnuey ville after n short vi-- it day that it is the silliest twaddle to OTXTES and to her sister, Mrs. Lida Rami. contend that the Homestead affair is Richardson, Carl Richard-o- n Mis-e- .Nora and LulaSorrells have TO ALL. Miss duo to the Tariff, and yet the Hart- Mrs. Bush, Jesse Whitworth and Mattie Ileston and Ed Beard and Miss returned to their home at Cromwell ford Herald, a paper whose editors Mary Be wmer composed a party that after a pleasant visit to friends and claim to be men of intelligence, this vicinity. with the Democratic press went to the celebrated Tar Springs relatives in Revs. Lashbronk and Cook are and speakers generally, go on in its one day last week. A basket dinner series of mectint;s at Washattempt to mislead the people into was served on tho grounds. The trip, holding a ington. The christian people seem to ALIKE. believing thnt them Homestead peo-I- c they say, was accompanied by great be taking n great interest in the good are downtrodden and oppressed an J merriment. Rev. L. E. Campbell closed a suc- woikand we hope before the meeting that the workmgnien are being robSPECIAL ATTEiNTIOiN bed of their earnings. Yes, wo repeat cessful meeting at Mount Zion Church clones every sinner in that community may be converted. it, down with such bosh. last week. There was seven additions Given to the Traveling Marvin Miller, Jo. Ford and Jas. to the church. Ballard, from below town, spent SatA r.Auoi: and representative body A novel sight was seen on our Public. or Republicans from all parts of t'ae streets last week. A little steamer urday night in Kiuderhook. We had tho pleasure of attending county assembled nt the Convention called the Raven, was bought at last Saturday. The administration Evansville, brought up the river put a birthday celebration at T.L. Baird's was unanimously endorsed ami del- on n wagon drawn by six yoke of cat- last Saturday night in honor ot Mrs. egates were appointed to represent tle and hauled overland to Rough Baird mid sister, Mrs. Bowden. Words of pruNc are useless, but will the county nt theiCongressional Con Creek. say thoy prepared the jee cream and vcu tiou, which meets at Elizabeth-to- w The Democratic primary held in The delegates were this county on the first of Augu-- t re- cake iu their own dainty way, which We cannot express in was very nice. instructed to cast their votes for Col. sulted in the selection of R S. Skill S. R. Wedding for Congress. Col. man us candidate for Clerk, and Ken words our thanks for the courtesy J. Hoping Wedding is quite a promising young Rhodes as candidate for Sheriff. The shown us on thnt occasion. lawyer, n forcible speaker, a polished election was somewhat interesting on they may live to have ninny more ns gentlemen nud nn anient Republic- account of the effort made to defeat pleasant birthdays, I am Daisy Di:am:. an mid we doubt if a man better Mr. Skillman. The bone and sinew fitted to make the race than Col. of tho party, however, rallied to his Rosino Republicans. Wedding can bo named. support and he was elected by a large Republicans of Rosino met July majoiity securing more votes than his Tin: Herald, that sheet of Little two opponents combined. The party 10th mid orgnuued n Harrison and Reid Club of 123 strong, and elected Bend proclivities nud fame, flies all is to lie congratulated on seeming a the following officers: R. R. Wedding, into fits of pathetic eloquence in its first-clas- s candidate who is so eminently quali Piesident; D. C. Allen, description of how the magisterial fied for the office. If the Republicans F. M. Haven, Secretary; L. P. courts have been taken from the peocnu not elect their man, Mr. Skillman, Crowder, Assistant Secretary; C. II. We fully realize that the is ple. their choice. Tally, Trea-uic- r. Adjourned to Herald' legal talent cannot expect to The Ilardinsburg aiidGuston base'), and Republicans go very far beyond its practice in the ball clubs had a match game of ball at meet August everywhere lire invited to be present magisterial coiuts, but don't become this place on Friday of la- -t week. The and we will try to have a good time. discouraged, the people will have Giiston team had better stayed at F. M. IIaviik, Sec'y plenty of inngictcrial courts even if home. Tho hcore resulted in 21 to 7 the State has a new Constitution nud in favor of the home team. .ROCKFORT. Ohio county has a new arrangement V. G. Babbago thinks tho out-loAugust !. As many of the friends Keep is of her Magisterial Districts. favorable to his election as candidate wish to know the truostato of the Go steep cool, brother, keep cool. o for Commonwealth's Attorney. sad accident that happened to Dr. in Adam's alo at thirty-tw- o your pate county has supported candi- iS. A. iTncki-oon Thursday the 27th or- in tho shade mid you will bo better dates from other counties long enough. of July. We give the following: He Rush franprepared to enjoy life. It is time for her to be recognized. went to his iarm, three miles from tically now and do the soaking, you In tho person of Mr.Babbage, tho De- town, to haye his bay mown. Tlie need it. mocracy of Brcckenridge presents a driver had just gone across the fjchl well and truly fill the once and the mules refused to turn. Tin: Democracy from Cleveland man who will office. Dr. Jackbou was standing in tho fence down is dodging tho issue of the camThe Republicans of this county will corner nud attempted to assist tho paign. Wattcrson fastened tho Democratic party nt Chicago on its true meet in Mass Convention at this place driver in turning the team to the on August the 20th. to nominate canMany Persons platform of Free Trade. Grovci re- didates. It is tho duty of every Re- left. But the team becamo fright4ro brol.cn down Irom overwork or lioiwchoM members a certain campaign about publican to bo there no want a rous- ened and wheeled suddenly to tho wro lliown's Iron Hitters rcliiilMj tlio sy rtein, uM illiteitloii, rcinot c ex. bini nud several right, catching Koiun IJoon. cca of tile, uud curci malaria, (ic Uiu fi'iiiilno four years ago, ho nlso remembers u ing meeting. rails in tho teeth of the raised cycle message to Congress, and theso two Pilcs.sore cyes,cracked lips, chapped and curried them some distance. The memories give rise to another nud I, A DIES hands, mid nil skin eruptions arc cured machine running against n stump Needing a tonic, or children that want building is that another than himself octhat I)V Dr. rentiers ucrinnn, up, should take nnOWN'H IIION U1TTEH8. cupies the Presidential chair. He Warranted to satisfy or Money refund was broken uud thus saved his lite. It li pleasant to lako, cures Malaria, IndigesHo had n bail gash about two by fivetion, and UlllQuincii. AH dealers keep It. and his party recognize that defeat ed. For sale by L. B. Bean. 2 4t n, er KINDERHOOK. Capital Stock .$'.'."1,000.00 Reserve L'.U.'iO.dO . Surplus Interest and Exchange.. . 1,400.10 ) Depo-i- t Account . f)4,if,j.r.-:ii)o.:i:5 Due other Hanks wi-j.:- t fcrfrlA w f wik X 8 CASEBIER'S 'BUS IMCE! EMI In submitting th's we liej; titate that our bu?ines has cteadily grown our opening, and eaeli month bv the 111111 careful, wutehfulneH ami a strict observance ofthe principles of the inot ronfivativc Blinking, e hope not onlv to extend our ncouuint mice, but to prove ourelvc uortliy liberalbeing the conliilcnco that -y -- ?J5psO S ly reposed in iw. e are ueie to ni'i'ominotl.it. the, people, i'iii'Ii and every m il em, lie cxtendeil courtesy but in tin Ciiio oliull wifely lie x.iari- -t Dealer in Hnrsus, lJrifN,arri.ii's lload t'nrts, dwunsboro Wagons, '. ficed for friend-hi- p or to obtain Suddlo or Harness llursi-- for sale or hlro at all tlmes.-- fl r. Jou.v ILBAitNi:-"- , -.i -i2- y ' I s, loo.-inr- Ca-liie- S s To Our Subsoribors. Tho speoi.il aiinoiincoiuunt which it pen rod iu our coliiiims nuio tiiuo since, announcing n special nrrmi;ii-nifi- it uitli Dr. 1!. .1. Keiuliill Co., of Knosbiirj,'' Fulls, Vt., publHicis of ".V 'l'reati"o ou the llorso ntul His our subscribers wore ennbled to obtain u copy of that valuable work free of cb:irj;o by sending their address to IS. .1. Ken-d- ull Co. and wicIomujj a two eont stamp fur mailing same, is rouotted fur ii limited period. Wo trust nil will uviiil tlinmsulveh of the opportunity of obtaining this valiniblu work. To ovory lover of tho Horse it is indi'.pousihle, ns it treats in a simple tu.'iuuur all if tho diseases uhiiili afflict ti;) uolije aiiiiii.il. Its pliunomuiiiil s:ilo tliroiilimit States and Cannd , tho I'tiited makes itstandiird authority. Montion this papor when setxlin for "Trout-isn- ." y $1D0ESTHE FINEiTAND CEAPEST3 BLACKSMITHING. specially. A largo stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming- Implements on hand. Call on him. Ilorso-sliooin- g a r .5. 1). WILLIAMS. ' Beavjou Dam, My. The Twentieth al Statement or Tim Also keeps a Liverj and N Al I III1 or I'lHSI' Ol 1 :ut, Our Qeni's Phaeten, Jlllll' 8.r)0,.117.0!) .'1,1)00.00 P-.6J- - ok Feed Slalde, wImjit. you can have jour Horses Fed, and get tlie best of rigs lsii., llllsllll'NS, ROOMY, im:sowi!(;ks. UilU dUcountcd Heal estate LIGHT, Furniture and fixturcn. Honda . . . 1,000.00 1,341.07 74.'!.54 Debtf iu Mtit Cii.slioiihaudttin other b'kn 40,420.70 810:),.S2.'10!I ELEGANT, WBcud forcntnldKlieof our fiitl line or twu nud fuur.tvtiti.1ed work. Breck-enridg- day or night. Leave dors with jour MAMMTIKK. Capital stock $:10,000.00 Deposits 70,7!).2() l.r).05 Due other liiinliH Dividend 4 per cl. declared 1,200.00 0 Fund to pay tuxes Profit uud loss :i,r84.84 22.-i.009 8)0.-),82.').- D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, 1 III. mil 1" MM CoiriCLanan.ercia-UCTTKIt I, S. K. Cox, ri. K, Bivcar tho above to motel be correct. KNOWN AH TUB Cox, PitiMinn.NT. 1802. Swoin to before inej this Juno .'10, A.T.N.M.I., D.C.O.C.C. PALMER HOUSE. Newly Furnished, 4 Rates $1-0Meals 25c. per day. Knpt cido Frcdericn, between Main and tho Hiver, Owensboro, Ky. MMS. (J US. JlOHY,MJtS.C.JS. WILLING IMM, Props. 0 t- Jye-rjulv- e. - A teiiii annual dividend of 84,00 per share was this day declared, pay-abl- o on mid after July 5, 1892. w E. Walker and Alfred Hudson PERSONAL BASE-BAL- L. u .liitlo dillbrenco Wed no tiny Muss Jessie Smith is visiting in Renvplnyed evening, in which brick-hat- s A Nico Gamo is Playod Bo- tho winning' liniiil. Hudson went oi' IJam. tweou McHonry and through tho diiining-rno- in 0. B. U. Felix, Olaton, was in town nt Commer Hopkinsvillo. cial mid Walker went up the street. this week. Eli Rnshnm, Mnpn, was in town The game of ball nt tho Fair .Mr. Ulyssus Shown, of St. Louis, Wednesday. Grounds Monday between McHenry Mo., nnl Miss Liuira Cook, of Bo-(- hi, J. D. Oiler, Cnneyville, called on and Hopkinsvillc wns witnessed by will ho married at tho residence us Wednesday. nearly 500 people. of tho bride's fatlicr nt Reda tho Kith Kichnrd Jnrnngin, Rosine, culled to Time of game, 2 hours and 15 mininst., Mr. Shown is an old Ohio see us Saturday. utes, Umpire, C'lms. Hamilton. county hoy and Miss Cook is onu of II. Torrcncc, Horton, wns in to Hcom: nv l.NM.NIJH. Redu's finest younr ladies. Success seeJ us Wednesday. McHiinhy 4 .'J 1 0 r, 0 2 0 I 10 lo you, old hoy. Mrs. Nniirio Spnlding went to II!''vii.i.i: l :i 4 o o 2 o :$ (.' lincl FAIR BROS. -- & CO. THE OF IMPUTATION. Z- -j adde r access. and JUDGMENT. RKLIARILITY, ROUND ixiucnaoi f MKKIT. ROUND !o the wheels of our business. WB - STRIVE (o SUPERIORITY, The Hartford Republican Club will meet with tho Reda Republican Chili nt Rcdn Saturday night, August 20. The Colored Hunt! from Hnyti will ho precent, mid some good speeches will he made. Every Republican in the Redn precinct is expected to he present and tnko part. One of the iihidI ple.vnnt features of the Institute wa? the ice renn supper, July V.!l, given by Mr. S. B. Howard, tho genial proprietor of the Hartford Hniife. The teachers nud their friends enjoyed it hugely nnd it will long be remembered lv them ns one of tho lightest pictures that hangs We should have on memories wnlls. made mention of this last week. -- Louisville Snttirday, S. W. Anderson, Owcnsboro, wns in town yesterday. J. Alfn Anderson, of the Rr.i't'ui.t-CAN- ,is sick this week. Miss Dannie Cascbicr made n firing visit to Ccntertown Monthly. W. II. Hoigland, wifi nnd child, Clear Run, called to see us Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. ). Gully went to Cincinnati Saturday, returning Tiles-la)- . G. C. Westci field and wife attended tho Association at FonUville this week Rocif, of the Liberty neighborhood, is veiling Mrs. Jo. Mies May IJ. Roger. John VARIETY. introduce all these our trade. PROM 1TN ESS. good qualities in The H.irtfurd R"p iblie.in Club Tuesday. nhoiit (evenly five ttioug, neenmpa-nie- d Wayne foplin, Memphis; Pnu1 by the Ilayli Cornet I!. unl met lin, Eli.tthcthtnwn, nrc visiting rcl,t ScIiooIIioiimg at Victory lnt S.ilur. tires in town. day night. Speedier wvre made by J. I). Coleiu.ui who has boon spendPrcidcut Heavrin, Col. Wedding, ing tho rtumiuernt Saratoga returned Win. Milligim, nnd J. II. James, ho.no Wo.l.ijsd.iy. inlcrepcit-n- l with miiHie by the Hand. Mis-Riilh Cooiuhjs, who Um bioii Thetpceclirs nud tho music were both visiting friends in Pitducah, returned good nml receive I three hearty homo Mou lay. cheers from tho niiilienre. The Rand was composed of din. following boys: Misj Dora Gibson Assnci'ition nnd in to see us while in tnwi Monday and Sp Bmwii, Richestcr, called .lpi FACILITY, dene Hunter, Alt. CAN EXPERIENCE. WE SERVE YOU? Remember all Sum mer Goods go at COST. Phipps, Wndc Parks, Jim Nail, Luke Taylor, Liiinio (Jriflin, Louie IJarrett, Dec Walker, Will Taylor and Willie l'liiptH. We take nlcasure in tender. ing their thanks to Col. W cthling for the hanilsoiuc compliment ho pnid tliein in his speech. After the regular order of business fifteen new names weie added to the Club nnd the meeting was adjourned to meet with the Hnyti Club nud with the Reda Club Saturday night, August 20. i FnnUvillc thi week. Delmcr Stcvoni, ('llfiv, III., is visiting his old friends in the No Creek and Redn neig hborhoods. v ffwri Tinpv, lIHIII lllllll of UlU 1. : m.: ,.,.,...,.. i .:.. Coiiiimttce. wem tu Owc.bo... Mou- - viiting attend!, g the f'ri ends at i... "")' S. R. Wedding, D. F. Trn- L. Carson will attend the Canvention at Llizilutht own row Col cy nnd Mrs. Sallio Rowden, anevville, who ha- - been visiting her H.Mer, Mrs. T. L. Bainl, Kinderhnok, has return- ed home. J. J. ., Boarders Wantod. 10 or 12 young gentlemen can get board during next school year at Gross PAIR BROS. & CO., Props., Willinms. . Notice Dentistry. Dr. J. P. Willinms, of the office of Dr. W. R. Armendt, Dentist, Owcnsboro, will be in Hartford August 21, to remain one week. Those needing Dental work will do well to call on Dr. Williams, as he is nn expert Dentist nnd guarantees his work. 2t2 HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Furniture! Furniture Hartford 1 1 fires in 18 C. putting on city nirs hotus. is '! For General Ward Robes -- Dressers, Suits,Rock-eror anything in the We take this method of thanking our friends, who so uhly agisted in from burning yesterday, For n shave, shingle or shaninoo when Mr. Vuught's stable burned, Aichie in first class style, call on nnd hope that kind prnvidenco will Cain at the Hartford House. spare them of n like disaster. Rom, to the wilool G. W. Pharis, MOSII HlTD.SON AND WlFK. , Dr. an 8 pound boy. near Bring on Your Wool. P. A. Rlack att'Miding phjsician. Our Carding Machine will close out line of Dry We have a general the lirst of September for the season, Goods with prices that are hard to so if you have any wool to card, bring o. beat. it on nt once, Resp'y, "When will you go to town, John? J. W. Foiti) & Co. s "I am going too; I going to get me a good suit at Malm's.'' J. S. Vaught Loses His Ohi(iCi). Caii-oniVC- will pell you the best and harness for tho money in buggy h. Field Card of Thanks. keep-ourhou- so Furniture Line, see When nked where you buy your lie has tho suit why at Kahn's. best lino of clothing Horace Rucker wns tried Wednesday for assaultinc John Duvall, nnd wns fined 8150.00 or If) days work on tho street. A Republican Club wns orgnni7ed Stablo by Piro. T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. ux&S?gTil nt Roekvnle last Saturday night. D. N. Howard, President, nnd Jns I. Hull, Sccrctnry. nnd respected citizen of this county died Tuesday morning at McHenry nnd was buried nt Liberty Wednesday. TRAINS l.KWH IIKU'KIt MM. TIU INS tiOIMl WK.-4T-. IMOr. . No. S. Mali ni).li:r- lino i'. . No. 7, l.tmrtnl TI1XINS f.tll.NO l'.ASI. - H r. M. No. C, Mail nml Uipti-. No. s, l.lmlli'.l Kit"' John Chinn an old r.ri'i f .1 JIAAUOUST Still in the Ring 12, 18i)L You can get goods nt n great at the R,a.nar. They nro loading for their fall trade. un- Trade at Anderson's Biunnr. Red Front. Saha& Mi:. Hats at tho Red Front at cost. To make room for fall stock, goods go nt the Red Front. Try our Anderson's Wear-forev- er Shoe. They nro tho chenpest goods in Kentucky for the money. Saua Mi:. Thursday morning about ten o'clock tho cry of fire wns heard and when located proved to be in the stable of J. S. Vaught, which was, before help could arrive, too fur gone to be saved, oven by the bucket brigade, although they were promptly on hand and did excellent work and it was only by their heroic efforts that Mrs. Patterson's house was saved, which, looked for awhile, that it was impossible to When tho fire began there were do. two horses in tho stable, but were rescued in time to keep them from being burned. The stablo contained n lot of hay and corn nnd some harness, which Hartford bus no railwas all lost. no manufactories, but wh en road nor you uonic to the bucket brigade she's "in it." Mnso Hudson lost u crib and n wogon load of com nnd some other things, making a total of about SSO. Rev. G.J. Bean lost his stable, come oats, amounting tonbont $75. The newest styles of stationery Williams, Rcll & Co. I am going to Kalin's lint, shoes nnd socks. nt fur a suit, Died, Nettie Rowc, tho Henry old child Mr. nnd Mrs. Look Here! The pnrents Rowo, of Taylor Mines. If you need a new buggy nnd harhnvo tho sympathy of the entire comness be sure nnd call on C. L. Field. munity in which they live. two-years- -. Ico nt Willinms Rros., nt any hour, tf. or in auy quantity. ns Go to the Red Front forDryGoods, tho Good must be sold. Fur Goods appearance- at sold cheap, enter your tho Red Front. For The Ilnrtford Republican Club will A good store and residence in tho meet at tho Victory Schoolhonse, business portion of Hartford, For Saturday night, August 27. A Inrge particulars apply to C. C. Benuett, attendance- is expected ns there is Hartford, Ky. sonio important business to bo trans noted. Sale! Notice to Log Mon. Wire Screen Doors and Wire Cloth for salo cheap at Williams Rros. tf Momo Thompson, a native of Afri ca will deliver a lecture at the M. E Church in Hnyti on tho night of tho Our Lawns go for less than cost. Cahson it Co. Don't forget our line of Goods, Furnish-ju- g C;isok oils & Co. For all kind of If you try at reasonablo Hat, prices, call on Williams, Roll & Co. nro in need of a nico Caiison & Co. I nm now rendy to contract for s nnd will bo in Hartford ou Will bo Mondays and Saturdays. 20th, for the benefit of tho church. glad to ruako prices to those who conAdults will he charged fittccn cents; template cutting logs. W. H. MooitK. children, ten cents, GOtf Agt. John A.Reitz & Sons. Yestorday evening nnothcr fire -m alarm wns given, nnd it wns soon disFire! Firo!! covered that F. W. Yeiscr's stablo Last Wednesday night nbout seven wasburning, but tho speedy arrival of o'clock, n crib, belougiiig to Sullen-gc- r the citucus soon extinguished tho and Moore, situated just across His loss was small. flames. tho creek, containing nbout saw-logm and fifty huihcls uf com wns Out of tho tlfirtyfivo npplicnnts for Born, to tho wife of S. J. Hawkin3, burned. Origin of the firo unknown. sihool certificates that woro examined on tho 4th inst., a fine 10 pound boy. last Friday, nnd Snturday threo got Per$on Rom, to tho wife nf II. T. Tlinin-so- first class, six got second clnss, eight Andthoi Neuratgic nenrouineu mulling troubled with or overwork will be relieved by taking Horton, on the 8th inst., a fine got third class and eighteen failed, from enr Drown' 9 Iron Bitten, oeoutM Such is life with tho school teachers. boy, hu tndo muk nd crotMd nd Ium w wrtppor. n, Miss Ida Smith, Owensboro, who has been visiting friends nnd relatives n nml near town, homo lcturned Monday D. L. Smith, ol the Revenue Ser-vice, attended tho Convention Saturday nnd the Club Meeting nt Victory Saturday night. NOTIM. Dr J- - S, Coleman, who has been It was fine spending some time nt Dawson Springs, returned Monday, much imCampbell is a dandy. proved in health. Hardwick can still pitch. W. H. Miller, IIoduensvillc.L.iruc The best game Hartford over saw. county, who has been visiting fiiends Smith and Bollinger held down first nnd relatives in nnd nenr Rosinc, has returned home. in great shape. Misses 0:na and Mnuda Atherton John Barrass and John Stevens nre nnd Annie Ashby, accompanied by L. n team by themselves. C. Atherton, Livin, were visiting Mrs, Mos nnd Bnrrass made great S. R. Howard the first of the week. throws from the out field. McHenry nnd Ilopkinsville nre BEAVER DAM. Aug. 0, '!)2. A good rnin yester- deservedly pioud of their teams. day livened our crops up very much, Nobody had any mnie fun than with another good rnin snon we enn Williams, the stnr second baseman. bo nssured of a fair crop of corn. After tho first and second innings We nre glad to note that Dr. J. J. McHenry couldn't do much with Mitchell and family have returned Murphy. from nu extended visit to relntives It was funny to see Murphy trap nnd friends in Hancock county. big jolly Bob Render between first Mr. R. F. Gray has been confined nnd second. to his room several days, we hope to Walker's work was and sec him out soon. morocco bound nud never for once Prof. I). Leo Barnes has accepted down nt the heel. n position ns clerk with Hooker A Co., ran As tho Hopkinsvilles went out of wcwclcomc him to our town. Mr. I. P. Barnard, Louisville, was town Monday night tliey gave three rousing cheers lor the Commercial. in town Bob. Caldwell, of Point PleasA more pleusaut or more gentleMr. ant, has accepted n place in the office manly set of young men never set of tho depot. We have n good team foot on thc soil of thc Green River there now, Jako, Bob. nnd George, all country than thc Ilopkinsville boys. . nro business young men. W. P. Thomas and family, HartArrivals at tho Hartford House Jessie for tho past week: Judge W. T. ford, visited his brother-in-laMoselov Sunday. Owen, J. G. Taylor, S. W. Adams, Lonnie Saijrdefur, who has been Owonsboro; Alox Burnett, cilv: L. for tho past year, returned T. Cox, Reda; S. .I. Wedding, Ros-in- o; He will make Kenhomo Sunday. Goorgo Phillipps, Glennvillo; tucky his home. Wo welcome him 1). Roll and R. Roll, Ruford; Bon with homo nnd hope he will Benton, A. Owon, Reoch Grove; our teachers. Charles Curtis, Paducnh; John T. Miss Ida Pnxtou, of Louisville, Lynn, Louisville; G. S. Dean, God-ma- n; is visiting m our town. A. 0. Rowan, Abbiovillu; Dice A. D. Taylor is preparing a room Smith, Nowvillo; W. P. Render, in which to take tholikuess of our fair Claudo Render, Point Pleasant;. John people, nil those wishing good picL. Rowo, Contortown; L. R. Mills, tures should call on him. Ho has G. M. Harrison, Sulphur Springs; been in tho business quite a while and Marian Keith, Rosino; W. R. Chapknows how tho work is done. and Miss Elsie Chapman, PreuMr. II. B. Taylor, of Liberty man tis; W. H. Mooro, D. C. Hunloy, neighborhood, lost it very fine marc last week; sho died from thc effects of City; E. A. Graves, Roekport; Wood Tinsloy, Alo Ellis, Hartford; Riley a sung in tho thigh. Mr. Frank Taylor, Johnson nnd son, MnrgnntownjJolin We learn that of Preutis neighborhood, suffered S. Rrown, Rochester; S. L. Fulkor-so- n, V. B. Morton, Ceralto; J. S. quite a loss of horse flesh yesterday, Smith, MeHonry; J. W. Kimhly, losing three from the ellects of lightning striking a shade tree under which Roekport; Fdward Brown, Taylor Mines; J. W. Groonwood, Center-town;- .!. thoy were stnndiiifr. R. Pirtlo, Hartford; D. C. Miss Era Taylor I visited friends in Atherton, Miss Ouiu Atherton, Miss town ouo day last week. Quito a pleasant crowd of our young Anna Ashby, Livin; Miss Maudo people attened the Box party at Hor- Atherton, Liennoro; W. B. Morton, Cor.ilvo; R.T. Rondor, J. Z. Smith, ton Saturday, Georgo Degnrnett, of Huwesvilic.is S. C. Render, M. C. Smith, John visiting his sou Dr. J. J. Gough, Jr., Win. Campbell, McHen ry; G W. Phillipps, Xowtonsvillo; Mitchell, of this place. C. A. C. Johnson, Roavor Dam; CJoo. E. Simpson, Rochester; C. B. Tabor, FOR DVHI'IU'SIA . Vt llrawn'a Iron Hitter. C. A. Crowo and J. R. Walkor, i'liTtlclmn recommend It. Fordsville; Rowan Ilolbrook, City; All dcalcn Itip It. (l.Ol per lottlc. Ocnulno and crowed red llaei on wrapper. hu S. J. Weddintr, Rosino; W. Ronfrow, " Romnoy Ronfrow, Sulphur Sprintfs; Dr. L. 1 Cox, Reda; J. D. Oiler, Chester; a lamp with tho light of the morntne. C4lalofiues,wtlteKoclictrLampCo.,NewYork. Cnneyville; Dr. G. A. Hardwick, Livin; W. B. McCormiok and wife, C, B. B. Felix, Olaton; J. V-- i j Utica; nnfllalnt'hll.Jlnhl. at tho Newimpr Agrncjr uf. Mfwn, Rnino, Contertown; Goo. W, Maplo, J.WfiWnnw.V; ! 1 gilt-edgey. w list in-latrade-mar- k McHenry took the field, nnd s took the bnt for Ilopkinsville nnd went out nt first. Campbell pro scntcd Hardwick with u base on balls. Morris struck out and IlardwieK scored. No other tenre this inning. Rarrass went to bnt for McHenry nnd got his base on balls. Maddox went to first and Rarras to third. Walker hit for two bates and Ramus and Maddox (cored. Walker. Stevens nnd Ilnrhin scored. R. Render nnd Smith sawed, nud H. Render flow out to Williams. In the second, Mortis went lo bat and Lit tor one bae. Murphy fo lowed. Matthews drove to left, Morris scoring. I'aync sawed. Unguis on Campbell's fumble. went Williams took his base on balls. Hardwick hit to center, bringing ir. Matthews. Morris hit, bringing in flisgins, nnd Williams aiming to score went out at home. Xo other For McHenry, Rarrass drove scores. to center for one base. Maddux made first on a fumbled ball. Walker took .his bii'-- on balls. Hurras?, Maddox anil Walker scored for McHemy. Moss, for Hopkinsvillo, drove to right for three bases and scored on Murphy's hit. Murphy, Matthews and Hisgins scored before the side was retired. The fourth was n whitewash for both; McHenry making ft to .wl.itw, :.. iiu, ciii, n,..j : ...:u o t unit,!.,,, in ,!, s,vil, Mnir,.w.o , . notliillL'in tho Honkiiisvilln 3 to nothing in the eighth, when the gcorc as 13 ,0 ir f McHei)ry. Thc r Ilopkinsville made two m their half of tho ninth, making the score oven, . cxeite.uent was intense. Murphy , ,lhe "ad pitched m the lirst few innings, then Hardwick till thc sixth when ' Murphy went back to the box. Hnrd- wick now went into the box with thc score evi n, with one out and two men on bases, a rather wild ball let in the winning score. Hnrlnn's face was wreathed with smiles ns he trotted home nnd the crowd yelled. Wil-linme sevi-nthI 210 This Space belongs to Anderson's Bazaar, the onlv house in the Green River Country. No pets, no favorites; treat all alike. One-Price-to-All RAAND ME HARTFORD, Proprietors, - P KENTUCKY. Beaver Dam Roller Mills. of the public is specially called to the completed upon the most modern plan, improved appliances for the mauufacturo of tho FINEST other Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to Mill has The attention just been fact that this with all the FLOUR and moke it turn out nsfinc product as any Mill in the STATE. It has been thoroughly tested, having been run almost every day since its completion and a portion of the timo nt night to keep up with its oiders. Its product has been sold to tho best, most scrutinizing and particular trade of the country, nnd it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best bakers and many of the very best cooks of the county that it makes the best flour they ever used. For the benefit, convenience and protection of the farmer has this Mill been built, and to him will it loon for its support. With proper care Ohio County can produce as good wheat as any.nud this Mill intends to sec that her farmers get tho benefit of any efforts thev put forth in this direction. The best products of this Mill shall go upon thc farmers tuble, and if he will favor it with his patronage nnd his influence satisfaction will be guaranteed to him. We have now ono of tho very best and most experienced millers in tho Green River Country, but that no pains may bo spared to givo thp farmer the full beuefit ot his good wheat crop, wo have ordered and are expecting every day an expert miller sent by the builders of our Mill to stay with us during tho season. We shall ceriuinly consider it a great favor if every fnrmer in tho County will call on us within the next CO days and get a sample of our product and our treatmeut. We .want all tho FIRST-CLASwheat that is for sale in tho County nnd if you have it to spare, load it up, nnd we will pay the highest market pneo for it. JQr-Mi-ll open every day except Sunday. S BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. TE12T CEILTTS au w Ct?7GSC)C kakr CStsyj mmm i -- AT'TIIB- ' CsCSfeS: CSCC CiJ Wili buy the best apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping apples as can found anywhere, IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two or! three prices; for foreign trees when you can get them cheaper and just as good right at home. Farmers, bring us your orders and save money. A. L. CHICK & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky, FREE T.I..I SKI.. likI... iii. in tl.n- k..l . hi-- ii. n.ll.n t . in . nil. .. iij piiiivi fn. .in- i.... lH.1. in in., ttn I.! i.iiiiiu I.lver illnwiKP, llliiliiiiitim, lnlij,'elloii, J)).ii'pi)Iii, i''i.klml ot jny ilirtcimc. wni'ii KltttrioiU w ill euro ou nnd katiou In heitlOi. , rn iiiiiiniirt-hiii mhii WiiiiIimI, Aui-iiI- t iiotlilnu to try II liter) ('iiinliim 'Lulu! , 1 In Ti iron-eliiCI C.LC.U I WO will iioml In nm onvuiilrml.rrrr. Lin. JUUU O 'I'riiMn. S.I. Sl. nml Sl.V irnullHoil. Almi Klrvlrlo Tni.nM ami lioi Sd Ilinh'C AiMreiw CPTDIP mi'hJihohh, or other fllcmlticho rptiv.rf .. II. ..I. niiiurj . .I .uu iiii'k. t'l.l l. t'un lHri'Kiiliitiiltniiiiit,Hiii!UriiiiU'i'ilto i mitlk-irn- t ioiiii--i- r.lcctnelly to aliu-k- . Ut lor yriim. A Unit Kree .Medical advice, Write to- - day, Ruttrrlet. DTI T DtL I rii uiMiii iuii nn. JtWn, Detroit, Klob. Roiikrt W. M. AiiAiit, M'gV- - 0, M. PiiNriLirroN, Treus. BACCHUB.Clerk. The - Southern RATES: - Hotel, 1'WVIll.B, KY, $1.00 NT TO $2.00 PER DAY. our uuoruea awn? t'OH.NIhllllll JWrEHHOX Hartford Republican FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892. "Washington. 1 nd sJic'Jl find Tlio Uepublicnii Semite, uiilikc the t her clothes with a Democratic House, is fully nlive to the II rfJTTYT v The Presidential Campaign will bo tho most intensely interesting and " W&S hnllianc glows necessity of a new Government Printexciting in tho history of the United States, and country people will bo exing Ollice, anil it has passed a rcsolu II: V na arc saner than those of her Will tremely anxious to have all the general and political news and discussions tion authorizing the committee- on nei&hW. of tho day as presented in n National Journal, in addition to that supplied Printing to sit miring the recess for the by their own local paper. To meet this want wo have entered into a purpose of taking testimony in regard contract with tho to the selection of a site upon which to build it. New-Yorkept out of the Republicans disgraceful secncsdaily enacted before CLAIHETTE SOAP The Leading Republican Paper of the United Slates, tho committee which pretended to inMannricturfl only by jt "Which enables us to offer that xploii.litl journal (regular subscription vestigate the charge that Democratic N. K. FAIRRANK&Ca. price, 1.00 per year) and TDK I.'KITIW.ICAN r had been on the floor Representatives for one ! ?' u 7?v 3T- drunk during the present session made only $l.2r! Cash in .Mrtinoe. For f'-- -l by Representative Tom Watson, a N. Y. Tribune, regular piice per year $1.00 People's Party member from Georgia. Hartford Republican " " ' " i.ofi has not submitted its The committee report, but from tho evidence taken it Total '.. IT). will have to render the Scotch verdict "not proven," in the case of Represen1.25, tative Cobb, of Alabama, the only Subscription may begin at am time. member uufortuuate enough to have This is the most liberal combination offer eer made in tho I'uited his name brought out during the States, and every reader of Til K UKPl'MMCAX should take advantage although no investigation, .LVOrXJi of it at once. Address all orders to names wero mentioned in tho original charge, but as nearly every man who gave evidence testified that he had seen a member or members on the Hartford, Kentucky. floor while intoxicated it is difficult to see how the committee can do other. Itichanl Monunli, 'V.Cnrii',ViuM'rti rr wise than to report the charge true. A iiir Uicitr S9 ivnx'ioit no.. Miih ,.mhi)t. t'utirili Kclni.h. I'ruoVi mt Re0WENSB0R0 NATIONAL 8tNK pis s, Ringley, of Maine, was the only Mil I') '.. Mnjht. (IrilliuA Dm. publican member of the House summoned to appear before the commitAid. 1 (IT MAIIi: NilH il.li. hj 'tis.." liirinif", In.-AhiIi', Jcllmi tee, and he declined to obey the llllollskill' i!lll7ir i.l.l(, mi-,S..I.I l . Vii)iiMliiillii .1 Hr. summons. "Tho result of the Alabama elec member of tion," said a North-wester- n Security Deposita the Republican Notional Committee, IS THE BtST. Mm- - tested pain reliever. SUMS M "will be worth n hundred thousand :Q. (WJM fJ'tfv votes to the Republican party in my i.;i- - is almost universal by the Housewife, tlu: does that the I'a.-mer- , section, showing as it the Stock Raiser, and by every one 1 11 d 11 n ( v People's Party movement is noth r iiiirin; an effective liniment. to than a scheme ing more a Speci11. a. i.ozi:ii:i; No other application compares with it in efficacy. prevent Harrison and Reid getting Whole-al- e D.i.iler", which the electoral votes of the States n This remedy has stood the test of naturally belong to the Republican CLEVELAND, O. ,011 years, almost generations. .'110 Stipeiioi St. column, while the south remains solidly Dem ocratic. Republicans who for No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of LAWSONRENO, Cnshlor. . 4. 1. 11 some reason or another went into the M US TANG Li.VIM K.VT. i uApi-utjuim 011 Third Party movement have been see ytttriilyic 1'crnnitn Occasions arise for its use almost every day. ingthe error of casting their votes Amlthoio trwiUc.l llli iicrtnnMiii rrititllntr Iroiu turner dm murk tll! lo rtticiM tij lakliij; in the air in order to weaken the Re. All druggists and dealers have it JSrDirn's Iron Hitters, (imulne publican ticket sufficiently to throw To Jia iruile luarl in I irnvulii'il limn oaw nipper. tho Sunday Schools of CENTRAL CITY, KY. the election into the IIouc, which Ohio County. B. R. PAX0N, PROPRI TOR.- fwould mean the election of CleveThe annual State Union of Sunday Ilas just been anil newly land. Schools will convene at Princeton, furuikhed. Locateil clofe to Depot. Tho Senato passed tho resolution August o, and I am verv anx settle- Good meals first-clauthorising a select eommitteeto or lunch. Give ious to report every Sunday School tho Homestead I.ibor troubit a trial. in this county. I especially ask the le and ruport at tlio net session. attention of the Superintendents V E and U necessih.is got so Secretaries of the different Sunday Tho Houso t" (fMtuiiKl mi l,l HM ht&iAt nti tangled up on account of its report Schools of the county. Plea-- e till the TO m,ii 1: Do vol' 1. rr trtiin .11 lltltV. nr,l.i iilti . Utnlul in fur It is Out hIki t.i "will tiu ii in. l i in it mint that it has been compelled to call on following blank as nearly as you can, tin. w mi HITCH HIM TO iifi'iilturt' nn I mi .ma Ironi nil m.r fit ii.initr.t' Ml. tt (h II iV II till li IMMM mill (Mi Iifv Ml v II i ant i tho full Judiciary coininitteo of the cut it out and scud to me: tslltf,itt nili: i llso, t t ii.t onp tt n nt .in rn i Iw i t np uf HOltt it HIM If t III liitl lit llv( ,M.uiMt t, I tliorUiHtit iiiitriiiioniil 9 It I l) I n.ir i.ill.il iimv r (i ii Hit HllIM House to straighten out thinus. Tho Name of Sunday School? Hu".iik, ninth Mill iiiloril )ou umri. hi iltlilnl I U tinI m M is t nth hoi Mint ti (t in tt ml vi i th.it was written out by chairreport lid v ti Where located? S, C, TAYLOR, S, 0, C mji))ti!OMtliiii)tiii Inn IihI f.irin Hi) nilii) ith Il( til i llilif. Ill Itl Utt 1. It II "HI MfgdEspeciallyForEXERCISINGandSpEEDING. nunilTioiitiin InnulriiN uf li tli r Imm Mnin man Oates was so manifestly preju'" ' What denomination sustains it? Uilitxati I ui'litUinill .id 'I'nii'l' SsDSSESKSSEI diced against organied labor that a Name and address of Supen tedent? m ii nun m tlnf iMln'iij)oitftx, if Hi. ri i I tin fnl,r 'lu' nntiu " Pronounced By HORSEMEN To Be vmiimii who lm not ftmnil ln or In i iH!inu demajority of tho TheMost PERFECT SULKY CART In use ... liirr'i tlm (jnl 1. ii ii)rlunilj. lr' iiimvui V iiiiiin ill) in itnl li mi imri-- t .r m clined to sign it and another report How many officers? WHALEB0NE . agents Wanted. r .ut iii.pii ninl l. inn.. ,ruliiitii Inn;, ntinl) iikkomh, rnoin 15, St.iil.i.in iitii, .. i,I), i?i. will, it is said bo prepared by IJynum How many teachers? iiuil, uflrniii.iiti ji 111. Ktnii nfiir ill vunuthu iruu ra s w3. nlhiriri lul.,1. II, , How many pupils enrolled? iiuhruli) of Indiana. Iiu?ratufrEE. i'n uliiiluinlllii t ui. 1. ni'..,l.lulli ci nin.,1 Tho hypocrisy of thoso Democrats No. of additions to church from your tin in ill ir mill nth t Catalogue in li Iiiph.iimI. ,i WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO iiu-rnniiiii nt io li in iili.l Ir. ... CAM, ON Sunday School during the pa-- t ycai? who protended to oppose an appro. I'II.M'.UM:. I.IC..IHI, Iil) Itll. KENDALUslSk .,!'. priation for the World's Fair on conNo. of additions to chinch from other SPAVjNCURrfii stitutional ground was fully exposed Mill Ml 1,1, ori.ni.:ii( n -- liiluh Clio will t'li HiiimmI: He rill. I. I'iiii ;o it- hen tho House Democratic caucus sources? ( I",, nml I. oil .. Wiiu'(.ili!m Ilio. agreed to allow a vote to bo taken on Do you Use the International a separate bill appropriating find ODinn Untlta It remains to be seen Do you hold teacher's meetings? curitl ut tiuiuu Boot of Do your teachers vi-- it the pupils at whether this bargain can be carried FI11'.P Tlin .1Ioi Mirnilul llt'iiirtlr rvcrdltoor It f utmr i v i, t. their homes? crc.l, ru It It ttrtulii In Iti iffutt nnl axiinol Atlanta, a.OIIicoWIiWZincliiueu out, and also whether tho Senate will Ml.tcr. Ilcail proof Ixlow : How many months during the year allow itself to be dictnted to by a is the school open? . u i:.ii. Kendall's Spavin Cure. House Democratic caucus, if it shall in i: uv. "llolli nn-- . i:ii. r n.xuu.n For the Please answer a many of the quesIml., finest and Motl Arliftic IVmk, ) iliin.l wiit.oHt n,, be able to control the House. tions as you can. Re sure to answer --ttiMIII.OU'S IIOSI'MMIO.N IIK. any size or style. Fredrrica St., hrUvecn ' Di. 11. J. AITrMiiii. Co.. i mst t ... . . i.lilli) . WiiwH)fiiilui,v Km, lull) t lliri n fit lit '.ird ami 4tlt. iti tim'.ll the first seven questions. nliiilalu ru itmm uim lU n Simiin. ii BEAVER DAM. U mllli.il i ji.nr KiiiiljlUhiHiiii Cur... nml It. mail! At i'iiii Minim., iiiTfrt'i iniiiriHlia m, The greatest number of .Sunday T August 2. Luther Render.of Sut' .mcii . T'X 71 TT TSTtMHT! ll ' btlieroilloliuiuuiwllt V'.j .kk.uL . . A. 1U11I.IIU., ler county, has bought the John Nave Schools leported fiom any single JOIJV nOWJIOMMR, farm and tins moved his family to it. county was forty-fivThere arc For Catalogno nntl Pricos, writo tho Hanufiicturors, We welcome Mr. Render and family even fifty in this county. Will tho-- e Kendall's Spavin Cure. iii:u.i:u in inteiested in the work aist in reportin our midst. & Mfg. Co., Trtifili'iil I'ltri'lS anil liiiilit'lliiiirrlrs, Da n. J, Krxntii. en i Mi3 .Susie Stewart returned Sun ing all these schoolls making this Owensboro, Ky. .Slr- -I niMitnA)- Hint I unco trlct n lKiti Dmr JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. Cum rar oi.l day from Harnett's Creek neighbor- the banner Sunday .Schools county of All Order From Stwje Promptly a nf lour kriiilnll'ii "i rtmutul u on n thru. In mul riilt.anillttiitlrrl) aln liunr nm J ill nut iimiuII Hie Imltln In n mining If. Thn hood, where she had been spending u the State? Every Sunday School is tinrHitn Mlxnr n i m nr! 1.1, nn feuuiiil,itutllia tended to, 3 7 i cl innliiril uurkfillof II il!mii. 7 week with her friends and lelntives. entitled to one delegate to the State IteaiM.tfulljdun, E. Iviiosto.v siunnir, ra She was accompanied home by her Convention for each fifty members or tt,iAn v uncle, I'eter Shown. fraction thereof, and we would like to TIIK OMIKSI' l'llrMllCl'lli:iC In Kendall's Spavin And a. good lamp Cure. ltlT iiiiiiilr) Is iiiiltlnu Since our last we have had a mat- sec a large delegation from this counmust be simptej when it ii not simple it is j I'lcdircH nl Hi), lollnitlnu loir prices CoiCMBi, Aid.. July JI.1SW. lm. n. J. Kimiilt. Cn. i in the persons of ty. Already ten schools have elected rimonial not good. SimMf, J-- 'u ''nl, Good these lor Ilio llto inoiillis: Ucutk I h mi i liLiunlli ri ininp.t mm oai nf One tin. 4'iihlni'l l'lioliiKruilis KJ.IIO liiiiiii sliutlii nltli vnur Kili'u.U SiiailuCurn. words mc.m much, hut to s e" 1'ie lint hester" fr. ry-- a a Mr. Williams and MUs Rummage; delegates and we expect twenty more. iiliiirrulli ifiiiiiiiiinillt tuull, Oiip-lm-- i I. .10 hi i lo. " J 7 will impress the truth moie fc uLlv. All metal, SraSttSKf ni.l'iiifull), rtCKmaiiT. Schools sending delegates aie ie- they hate returned as man and " ' 1.00 Tlirro tough and rcamlcss, nntl made ' i tnrce pieces only.-R?1.0(1 rani wife and have taken rooms at the piesieii to bcuu ten cents lor each it is absolutely wJrantl umreakablc. hike Aladtiin's W:J ' rrleo $1 rcr bottle, nr il t bottlen fur $1, All " tluls.y s Out' l.oo Imwi It nr can Ret It for) mi, or It w III Un. ut n c wisii tnem teacher and ollieer and two cents for of old, it is indeed a "wondemd lamn," for its mar' licaver uani iiotei. 10 ' 'I'n o llnl) ii'S ?lv "if. toanyiuldrcon ncclptuf jirlto l.y tho jnrl. 7sruJ " " J.! tora. vclous IWit is purer and brig'iter than eas Hcht. lino each pupil. This rs to defray expena long and happy life In llii'l'll.v iilicrc Ami llioonlj llullci) softer than electric light and more cheerful than oidior 'i DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., 0,uite a number of our citizens at- ses nece-sanl- y attendant on a State EmbodTcs 'r lliil)rs lire hiikIc Call anil nit . Ever Desirable Improvement I.m1: fortlihttairjp TnBR'v"' ' '! if fie limpdfilerrii.n ttliitfii'ifna Enosrunjh Falls, YermonL (JI.OIMJi: W. .MATHIS, tended the Third party barbecue at Union, which orgauiatiou has much tutu f r our iiiw illiotrntnlcitalr.,'!;, Rochi'tcr niul the tilj yoti want ManyExclusivelvItsOwn. .afcly hv cxpr our choico ut over ..OuJ WSVJBK7s and we uill fciul mt i J I (I Main Mrfcl, The State Secretary printing done. l'rentis yesterday. BAjyHfj r raritlira from the lj.it "tit Mmp yore ii the II out. HandsoME' gJBJay I ItOf'IIKSTlJK LA.TII' CO., li I'ark Place. Now Vork CItr. Death has again been in our midt must be paid a salary as all his tune Flcgantly and claimed as its victim, Henry Kel is occupied in the work and state visFIVEYEARS , Finished EAK AND UNDEVELur 7!ta. ly, who died yesterday at noon and itors are paid to visit schools and or .I MiiMiagKsR GENT OR tm fln 1. M!n Aft A Tii.mil. urn lm llinil See OUR Orcana Btrcncthcncd and enlarL'crl. rmi. llvViV hoikihk lor ii. IN IPIOI flviVV was buried in the lleuver ganize them wherever needed llona stnpiH.il, Lost Manhood Itt'stort'd. ami kIk tli n nfi riiilKlioiiiiiliirnli'liiilinr'Ki Tarlcolell., tak liack, losi of memory, Ulzlncn Round trip tickets to the State UnDam burying ground. mIihIii tiinii In llm Iiiiiii . Nji ir lunnunt nm otuneia, neaknem enroll l.y tlio l'rmi Mis-o- s tun) Ui iruht iM) ciiiin)nl ulno. Utvv MiiniKiii llr llriiirtllrs, i (in per Imx ; uitli Ilcttie Roll and Nettie Dun- ion from McIIenry and RocKport 82,-5lift). A written guarintco of rurofKlioxisfn nml itit i. II, F. JOII.NSO.V .V CO in t'lis nin fix liOTes unmti fur imnlnilnm to from Reaver Dam 8:1.00. Please A LIVE AGENT WANTtD IN EVERY TOWN !IMh nml M ill) hI,, Itiiliinoiiil, Vii. can, two of Mellenry's pleasant little 'ITY MIIIIIC.ll, 0O or III Scconil Nlrccl, t'tXII'AM, ladies, are spending the week at C'.Il. let me have statistical reports from I'lillii., Ia. Stevens. every Sunday School in the county. MIII.OirrWAI'HHIIII.in.1).,,o,1r imiihIiii IMiirli, liiitlitrli anil 'n We arc soon to have another store L. R. Raiinwt, Hartford, Ky., OTNT Htil.l I,) . Wiijiin l.i Kiln A Urn. U. P. O. (. S. S. opened in our lively little place. FOR CH.US 8t FEVT.R, BILIOUSNESS At. ..IT IS A DIITVroii oivnvnnrneirnnil fnm- . im 1'. P, Walker and Jasper CoIpiiiiiiii Vionoiiilo liiioiirriMitenrliyiiircliiii.lii I11 Jl'jl3Wiyj fl. V'T'fltlflW PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL JVl '" ,!u"l' as hliiH-N- wlilrh renresenj the will open up in tho house recently HARDINSBURG. T.. I fl K IV? .TV'Ii K I li f M I TAB! Tex1. MALARIAL D350ROERS, Robert Hoard, of August vacated by Taylor Si Co. U, 'CENTS rfJ V tcnn -- rrte. o nil FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. as, is visiting his father, Judge Mil BUGKEYI 2.50 $4.00 MED.CO .ST.LOUIS MO. HPREPAREOBY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R CANEYVILLE. ton Hoard. "KMHRBaHiaHl The Leading Photographer$3.50 naacangaiinriffitarK;1 fsz.oo I have seen nothing in August 8. Rev. W. 11. Snead preached a powlV Ulimiut dr"rflri iinirc $2.50 ( your valuable paper from ounuiet lit- erful sermon against the liquor trafiu Id Ererj Stjle an. Size. Picture! $2.25 $1.75 tle town for borne time, so I will send at tho M. E.Church, Sunday evening. WuirOR BOYS you a few items hoping they will be of $2.00 lf Amid Olc, of Cloverport, was in CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. BQyOlil Pictures Copied ami EulaiL'ctl .? 7 A SPECIALTY. interest to some one. town last Sunday. Hie. 108J Mniu Street. The corn crop in this locality is not Morris Eskridge was in Louisvillo rV SURE and CERTAIN CURE OWFXiUOllU, KY known for 18 years ns tho BEST 37t0 as good as was expected. Tho har- last week on legal business REMEDY FOR PILES. CO., ST.IOCIS. vest will be very light on account of The Hreckenridgo county tenchei's rrttiniHijUUIIUWW.TJlYIIJIIMHI. dry weather. Institute convenes next week. i'or!ia.spi:p.sia The School at this placo is being A frightful accident befel Mrs. Mc A. ItnrrlM, Inllriil THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORID FOR THE MONET. l'ai IlriiM ii'h Iron lllltrri. OTIII'.IL hlM'.ri.VI.TIKH In footwear nrnnf taught by Miss Caughey. She is an Gary last Sunday. She was driving l'lijrjlclum rccommciiil It. thn katno lilxh Rrailo, and rt pre.) nt a iiioiuy valun All denier Iiottlo. Renutna far tit'yond tliurlit.cbarKnl. Bio that uainu and old nod an experienced teacher in a buggy in company with Tom has triuli' nmrLknp It, tl no ail Unci on wrupiwr, prlcu uro frlAiuneil mi bottom of cat h shoo. mill cruiu.il TAKKMINIIIISTITI'TK. HARBKRS. and wo all feel euro that she will have O'Donoghiie, when thn horso became Wi In Douulu., llroilitun, mom, Sold by Happy and content Is a dome with " Tha Ro with her noble work. Mrs, Mc success frightened and ran away. Opposite Sulor unci nt'.ir Clovorport HOOKER & TABOB, w nK"fc vi ucsv(;' i " illuming. I !' "im Mr. J. 1. Llaggett is teaching near Gary wnu thrown out, hr nip wus CatatoRues.writeRwheiurLampCoNcwYorfc Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. Rusine, Ky. 1 1 wi-c- ly here at the Stiusou SclionJIiouse, This is Tom's first School and wo oar nestly wish him success and foci that he will have it from the start he has made. The patrons of Ned Spring District are rebuilding their Schoolliotisc that was burned down n few weeks ago. As soon as they get it completed W. R ferry will again take up School at that place, where he taught so successfully last fall. On last Thursday Anthony Pruitt had been out at work in his meadow and had returned to the houso to get On going from the him a drink. house to the well he wns viciously nt tacked by a large snake, which made several rapid strokes at him, but he to the we'l dodge nnnnged aimed blows. He ran to the house shotgun and got his d ami when he returned the monster .igain renewed the attack, but was soon dispatched by a load from his gun. It proved to bo a black snake over ten feet long, the largest ever known to have been killed in this neighborhood. He skinned the Miakc and stuffed its hide and any one goiug to his house may have tho pleasure of seeing it. The so called People's Party or Farmers Alliance is fnt loosing its grip in this neighborhood, a few arc still sticking to this howling band and being led by designing men on to their own damnation. It is this band of calamity howlers that would rend the Stars and Stripes thnt noble flag, the emblem of our freedom won for us by our forefathers on the bloody battle fields of the Involution. Our grand old bird of liberty now sits on tho highest pinacle of his glory, but this howling band would pluck the Inst feather fiom liW sheb tenng wing to plume a shaft to pierce his noble breast, or, what is the same, make a pen to sign a scccon ordinance. Alas! poor bird, thy doom seems fixed, but on next November our old Ship of State with Reiijaman Harrison at the helm will plow the foaming billows, out tide the storms and come into the port with the glad tidings of Home sweet Home. g success to the Ri:il'iii.i('.n and its many readers. Tjixas C'iiaui.cy. double-barrelleWi-hin- mid leg was broken. O'Donoghuo uNo iceeivcd some dislocated es. Mr, bruis- 'PRESIDENTIAL 0A1I PA I GN OF '92. GRAND 1NDUCKMKNTS TO ItKADKUS OK JJjaundrymaidk hope "Situ The colored people had n picnic at place lift S.Uuidny. Adduces wero male by Rev. Junes f Clover-port- , and Mr. Pi ice, the teacher of their school, at this place. The following interesting questions and abortions embiaeed in an editor!, nl sipiib of the llieckeniidge News: "Could Democracy have put up two biainicr men than Cleveland and Stevenson? Their speeches at New York City wcie gems of patriotism and have thrilled the whole American people." A question U asked to obtain information. If the News do- -' sires an we can say that the Democracy could have nominated n great many men, who are brainier than Mr. Cleveland or Stevenson. It is saiil their speeches were gems of patriotism. If wanting an ollice is patriotism ihen Mr. Cleveland has it very bad. A gi eat many Democrats are nllleted with the same disease. The whole American people were thrilled. We weio not aware of that fact, eaic indebted to the News for this information. Thanks. A thrill of -- atisf.iction, however, will pas- - over the country next November, when Mr. Cleveland js defeated at the polls and his patrioti-is left to "dwindle, peak and pine." Itoiii.v Hooii. till- an-w- er m ! THE REPUBLICAN k Z. 4Sfs isftef6IsRIRE,rYIsnAI ,. Y I0T It Saves bolh her Imp. rYnrlhpr-h- K . Weekly Tribune, u-a- if W Vifi i" MM We furnish both Papers one year for rntnoi th VCLXJL HARTFORD HKPUHUCAN. i'ii-k- .vsi, -- -- Iinli.-Ltln- , Tax Notice! Your taxes for year 2'-2- tate promptness on your part. This June 1892. collection for more alty. Interest paid than 60 days by the time deposits ,,, ... Icanwill licits your business me or my deputies and settle at once. Commercial Unlet, The short time that I will have to collect and meet the ments with State and WraW & county will uaisguauiaa-uSo-Legislature, a I 111 Ju-- 1892 arc now due and Farmunpaid and as have ers a Co y been delayed in the Merchants W m U.S. DEPOSITORY MrjWif jpnc, 275,000. m $Accounts of Owensboro, Ky. For .. Mustang O Liniment and Beast. . .iirc for the Ailments of ii,m Agents Wanted! well-know- MlmM flfflEYSAHORSE? .cfJMs m a '' H vi shhuj . r ' I JSS2S3 cPEEn? MmYHJntlGK hill him? I I II 111 i I THE GREAT &BH9 All C&fiL1 ( i M II tee DBAFIVESS, i Jiitlli,-(M- iii-- fr i i 1 1 t. i li I C.Theo.Cain, tfjlijr'W? H iff 7 j iORTLMD 111 -- A. wnmu 1','JT inn .' w I I , Ill-i- e. ... ilnig-jM- Austin, Tomlinson Webster I n cl "Seeing; Is Believing run-awa- tti imS L- ir :' WRPCTA " jf PS"IE? minwJ 'j3sarjSM H w 4 1 $? "The Rochester. 0; DOCTOR 0$ TAYLORS CJ.TLTLn m m v iBI ... , M 0MTMEIIT4 jrion, , &L I uJiBHHIH MF?Ai2Z?a& '?l.75 W. L. DOUGLAS ir HARRIS & HMD,!