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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEAMS Sl.25 Per Annum, la AItum. $1.25 SaFia per year. KnC JhK js; .1. Y VOL. V. DOROTHY'S MOSTN'TS. I'm Kick nick of HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1892. said Doro- - NO. 3. m& sS&i State Directory lintcrnor Kirtilrit mt .on ru.ir.... Sut ri lur) nl HIiUi Altnrne) (!( in ml AHilllnr llritii ii M.CUr.ml W .1. "inustn'ts," Tri'inrir , lleullpy Ilemlrnk Hl. (' rVoritmu llinr) lliili' hi AiMnm. of Lull' ottice l II it A.ljulJint Kupt. I'ul.lie Iiitiriulim Clerk t'nl.Iiu I'rlnliT i:. p. 'ri From ciiily iiioiii till tho c!oo of ilny, I lii'iini "iihimii'Ih"iiihI never n "may." 11. Siiimo It's "You mustn't lie there like u A.J.Iln. t. oflllUltll'ls" US thy I), I I'ltll III1. I! I'oll; .liilmii head.'' Anil, "Younitistii'l set upwlicn sleepy I it,B CO"! Cite nit I'nurl ml Smi lulu I. Ju.lK.- rir sir.ECSor.T. lien II"' llli Munil i) In time for bed;" "Yon miiHt n't cry when conili yiiiir noiav M) f "You mustn't Kill-;- " curls ! pluy wiili those hi 1.1' l.illiu 'N"."' li,,i,."il.'lM".k. I IVniiiiiiiiiHiiilUrn.MliiriH-- Clerk I'uiiiiHls.lniii r "You mustn't Hi;" iiitiKtn't silent when spoken l JuJk.' Atlorni y curl. M.eriii Jml.r ItuHiin I ' .!' "y;'1;'' r ' llitll.riiiiK cluitter us parrots ilo;'' "You "You mustn't he put t itiul you mustn't M .Moml Court ii'im'iii" Un- - .'ml Mi.tnl April, Jul) iiihliMnUr. cotbt. Jiimiir), in i) In piicIi month "You mustn't giggle "r I""!" iilouilj'' "You mustn't rumple your nice clean dress;" he proud;" "You mustn't noil in place of a yes." Caiaxt of ! 1'omt U'xiim Hi" jHinmry. nii'l IhifiuU-r- , Miimli) Claims. In lMiilT Hii'li-iiiU- r uinl rrsrxcE'o covets. ii Ki) ali day long thu "iniistii't's no, Till J (Iri'iim ut night of an cuillefs row Of gobbling "iiiiistii'tH," with great pi Mutes W iiiHjlli'lln IV, ii uiies. I.iriimi. )J MiKitiili'),4,:i. .1, .). W TM)liirrimtl'li'. Turin r, 1,1. I, That hig eyed stare at me in hhoekeil tur)ri?o. Kimi'imiir, lllbTIURP. T. Sli'Mim, in, in, li., in. .S. Kiovui.ll.il.il. II. (,. ilMii,iiinlrtll I K.l.li.. Miller, i. I, 1, 1. Jriiiiini'M, :i, 2, i, i. W l'!l)IIOlOll"t.ll.l. (J (P. rr Ileum II, 7, , 7, 7 i It T ltf inliT, i., 6, ' ''. i. (.11 O! hope I hIihII live to mmi the day When wiinc one will fay to me," Dear, j on inii);' Kor I'm niekof iiiustii'lB lliili Dorothy D; Kick of iniiFtn'txii" I ean he. H'hiV Aitalr. UT.i)lirri.nlit.I". IC.mr i Itulkl-ukT- (SI. ii. I. IjhiiU ( WM 1 ii I W I" rft.n. 1.', II, 11, II. II, II, II, II. wasiSngton. A Nowsy Lottor from ' I.I..IM.. r Miti, n. ,'. Millt r v..tit..l.t. nlr),U,li', '',w. tho Capital. I I'oIIit I'mirlx. lir.lui.-J("C"l'll..'-.- N' IlinrMlnil. J W Mlflii'll. jU'lu- -i ) X I' w I T)lnr, iHinli-l- . ' I' Plllli'l, Jll'llCi l.linl'l-"n,iii.lu.-; Ki.i'.iliii.-- .l lUkiium-- .In llllin)t, -, I iuiiraliil. . 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Thl boolc U till " avay ut Urug and itucrul itorvn. nrrrnns aiianao biiown'8 mo 'or . 1N0-- lt Caiiimign Coiiiunttee, around which usually has tn pretty lively to yet eiiouli cash to jmy the cli iks necerstry to mail the doeu. incuts k'iiI nut, U Hush now, mid the man in charge of tint C.i'iiinittee'H hcailipiarters U it'cling -- n good ahout it that his lonu'iie has hi'cu wagiug over the plentiful supply of hoodie at the diijiiiiitiniiiil'thc Commit'ce, and, if he is to he hlievcd, there is an aiiioiint m sic,ht to meet any expense that may he iiicuircd during the remainder nl the eaiiinii!ii. Where dm-- ( i - money cmne from? This, is a ipiesiion woithy of the mit ferious eiii.sideratioii of every man wh'i helieve in honest government and the purity nl the h.illnt how Mitche I, of Wisconsin, was put at the head of the Democrat', ic Coiiies"ional Caiiip.iiii ('oinmittce for no other leasnu than that he is a that as a rich man, mid ills known soon as the ctiiiiiuhtce was urgauied he handed Us Treasurer a cheek for 810,0(10 as his preliminary eoutrihii-tiohut $10,000 is only "a drop in the hiickel" to what has alieady heeu mi that spent hy this committee-alone- , it is evident it has other sources of revenue hesides rich Congressmen. There, me reasons for the belief that the fame source from which the money came to fil up sol.tvnhly the Deui ocratiu National Cumiuittcc'. Head' iiiiurtuia in New York city and which is reported to have placed an enormous corruption fund at l lie disposal of that committee to he used in an attempt to carry Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and WiseniiMii for leveland and Stevenson, has been drawn upon by the Cougiesrional Committee. Mr. Whitney, the Democratic boss, could tell, if so disposed, just what amount has been "put up" hy the Standard Oil Company and other wealthy corpoialions he represents, and also what these corporations ex pectin return for their money, if it buys a Deuiocr.it:o lVesidetit and House of Kcpiesentative. No one is simple enough to believe that any other than sellUli considerations influenced these corporations to contribute large sums of money to the Dem-crati- c Campaign fund. Forewarned is forearmed and now that Republicans know about tho Democratic boodle it is for them to thwart as far os possible its improper use. Tho Chairman of the Committee in charge of tho preparations for the G. A. It. encampment bus issued a circular letter, which has been mailed to every pret in the United States con. taming important information for in tending visitors, tho main point of which is that all visitois whether con uected with tho O. A, U. or not should secure their (planers through the committee, before coming hero, the committco mid nhou'id notily when they expect to arrive. This is timely and should hu heeded by all who intend coming tn the encampment. It will Bave them time, worry and money, as the commute will allow no extortion in charges for anything contracted for through it, and if visitors uttemp to secure accomodations after they get here, on their own hook, they will havo to take their chances of dealing with pers'ius with or without C;mscioncious scruples against robbing the stranger within their gales. Senators Allison and Joues, two of scruples s n, There seems no doubt that Mr. Hobnail wuiild have welcomed the absolutedefe.it of the Sundry Civil Hill hy means of the World's Fair fight. To be sine, this would almost Liftlo Johnnie Tough on tho hopelessly cripple many important Mulo. of the Government. department A miiel is not a horse nor he is not Hut Holmun never hesitates to cut a it donkey. He works.when lie must to, useful Government Woik to the vitals like u horse, hut is not popular. The if he can le.vea the amount of an seal of a iniiel's ncrvus sist'um is iu his nppropiiatmn. hack pare of legs niul has no connec-- I PRNTIS. tion with his heart. His nervus works Aug. 8th You will please give i anything all the time when there in your paper for n short reply around. The lime! is not so pioud space to the very interesting nrticle that aplike the bourse been two his pa is not iu the Rni'Uiiui'AN of July refined and makes too much nois. A peared two 2llt" ,'vritton by Wild Hill's friend (or miiel don't never have to stand was not hours at ihe gait hitched to a hugiry a Tribune expected that n gentleman of his after the wiuiin gctrcady to start breeding and aspirations would e wititin' for 'em to find out when yer such uncouth and vulgar language as cumin 'cnuse wiuiin won't drive a appeared iu his communication. a miiel out eallin, for he is not cute to think that Ohio county is and wants to have his own way; wiui- soeuis populated with a brainless set of idiots in don't like that, and then he don't except himself and a few relative.-an-d skingle his hair nice neither. Wiuiin political friends, in who-- o preswill May at home first before they ence King Solomon might have blushNiggers like niuels will ride a miiel. ed on the account of his ignorance. and niuels like niggers; niggers lme He paid special attention to the Peomuels 'cause they am smaller than ple's Party speakers at McIIenry they is, and niuels like niggerfl cause i Inly ihe Kilh, and denounced they never get in a hurry. The ii i t'lem as shallow pntrd fools and niuels all belong to the Third Paity c i urged both old panics with a great causM they all kick ami want to get of corruption. Now, my fri ml the corn and into the Treasury where Hill, the people demand that you tell oats is and make too many loud in what charges were made against speeches when they are not called on. e .her of the old p.uticj that was not This is all I know bout a miiel, but true, and what speaker made the am g"iug to write to Mr. Terrell to c lares. Mr. Tribune correspondent, tell me all b'liit 'em. y iu spoke of me having made a trip u.) Salt River and did not one of you Fight. Tho World's Pair m ike two trips up that turbulent V.i Iiiiii;''.) TheciuirsL' of a small minority of H.rcain'' Admit that I was swapped the Democratic House in filibustering oil' and sold out by my fiiends, justas against the world's I'Vir appropriation Mr. W. F. Condict was, and jus: as should b." known in all its details by the simo of ihe old parlie candidates people. la tin; first phtcij, the House will be hi November. The arrange refused lo make any proviiiou fir the incuts arc all ready being made for n World's Fair, in spite of the hypocrit swap between the old part'es and the ical plank iu the Democratic platform, names of the persons concerned can which was as follows: be given and proven when necessary. 115, the You say: "That it is a great pity that Kicoguuing "Section World's Columbian Exposition as a I was ever born." We know there national undertaking of a vast impir-tancare a great many men who will n in which tho general G ivern-iiieworship iho Gol.lcn Calf of Wall has invited the co operation of Street, hut will stand in the interest all the powers of tho world, and ap- of the people regardless of what the preciating the acceptance by many of political bosses may say. You would such powers of the invitation extend, be u'hul if till such men were sunk ed, and the broadest liberal efliirts into nonentity. You made a good being made by them to contribute to illustration by giving the history the grandeur of the undertaking, we of the prodigal rod, but you spoiled arc of the opinion that Congress should it in making the comparison to sucmake such necessary financial provis- cessfully compare with tho present ion as shall be requisite to the main- state of all'airs, there should be two of tenance of national honor and public the boys t.: Republican America faith." and Democratic America, they being This grandiloquent announcement twin brothers with Washington, Jefsounds like public spirit, niul is well ferson,. Inckson and Lincoln as their calculated to tickle the cars of the peo- fathers, and liberty was the fortune ple. Hut no consideration of national given them, which they have wasted honor, or the plighted faith to a party in riotous living and have become platform could induce Cheeseparcr swine herders for European capitalHotmail and his immediate followers ist and are worshiping strange Gods, to incorporate any necessary appro- ipierling about what tribe the Priest priation that could possibly be sad- should come out of. The tribe of dled upon tho Republican Senate. Henjamcii seems to bo in possession Hut the Republican Senate welof the Temple now, but tho tribe of comed with alacrity the opportunity Dams claiming it however and tho to assume the responsibility for approindications arc, that both of the priating for tho Worlds Fair. So they young aristocrats will be ignored in incorporated nn amendment in the November and that the faithful tribe Sundry Civil Hill, appropriating 85, of old Levy will furnish a Weaver to discharge the duties of the High 000,000 for the World's Fair. Priest's Oflice for the next four years. There was a long wrangle in con ferenco between tho two Houses over You cay that you have tho Governthis item, but the House finally ment Mill rented and. that you will he agreed to the Somite amendment by a able to rent it for another four years. solid vote of Republicans and enough We know that tho Government patronage is a great favor, but wo think Democrats to make up a majority. Then caino forward a pestiferous that you will fail to make a satisfacminority of Democrats, never moro tory bond for the faithful disohargo than forty and constantly dwindling, of your promises to the people. who said to tho overwhelming majority ol tho House: "You shall not go a rom Fiirliiiiii,l,k,M'lurclirt,tnpSlilloli, step forward in tho transaction of thu riimli'l. Pin h 25 Willi". Pu'illiy'., Wii)liilrilll A III ii. public business until you reconsider m m your action and refuse this aid to tho Sucooss in Walton, Ky. wus World's Fair." Filibustering J.(l(oliinson,of Walton, writes, "I immediately inaugurated, furtively have just removed a knot from a horses eiieinmigid by Holniun though ho lei' that was left from a hurt. The n lacked the courage to openly take lojj is now perfectly smooth and natpart with tho filibusters. A caucus ural. 1 liuvu a very hijjh rojja-- d for Quiiio'si Ointment which has necom-plisb- ud of Democrats on tho subject developthe above." ed tho sympathy with tho filibusters of such representative Democrats as THAT II.M'KIMU COl'MII tan Ih ko HIiIIoIi'h t'liri', Wf uiiirnnti' qulikl) Speuker Crisp, Representative Ni'lil I.) X. Wii)in!llrllIiiiA llm. and others Finally they NIIII.OII'M t'OUUIl mi'l fiiiimiiiiptlnn their compromised constitutional corie-pondeut.u-- the ('publican commissioners to the conferinternational monetary ence, hud a talk whith Secretary of State Koster about the conference this week. Thi'Couuuittcp oii'nnval reunions of the coming G. A, R. encampment lias decided to have built on the "White Lot," wheru all the reunions are to be held, 11 full size model of the old war ship Ivearsage, in the cabin of which will be the headquarters of committee. The ni'.del will be feet long and ils prow will point to the While House. Considerable inconvenience will he caused tl.c Sixth Auditors oflice.whieh admits all the postmasters accounts, by the failure, on account of somhody's blunder, to incorporate in the Sun. drp Civil bill belore it was signed hy the President an item currying an appropriation of 85,000 for the cmplov. incut of 20 clerks (or six months to assort several million paid ninny orders which have accumulated in that oflice and enable it to settle the postmasters money order accounts. 82,500,000 instead of 85,000,000, on the samo principle that the young woman who had un illegitimate to account for urged in exfoliation thai "it was such a very little baby." The motives of the opposition were mixed, made up of sectional rancor, local jealously, and a natural leniency to beggarly parsimony in nil but what concerns their own local interests. The latter motive is what moved that great Democrat W. S. Holinai). Local jealous-is what moved the Tammany member from New York City, coupled with some bitter memories of how all Tammaiiyitcs wero fleeeei1 during the In tho case of Cuicigo coiiveutio". a I the opposition to the aid of the Worh.'j Fair was farrow, illiberal, bigoted, and entirely, apart fiom what the opposcrs dared to avow belore the y world ces (he people of those cities were 1'1() FlXSJOy A L OAIU). scandalously wronged, of course. To ZRo-vr-J" return to the Rookery, the building is ? ATTORNEY AT LAW, policed eflicicntly without the creation ofa uniformed class of bullies. Iu HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. short, it is a pleasure to visit such n J a II. UM'MIMI, JIN il II.ISV They wero applicants for teachei's building, where, every official ami ser3z 7vred.ding certificates who said thatiutoiT menus vant constantly exhibits a desire to do "not perpendicu'nr," that Yellowstone his duty and to give satisfaction. Park is iu Allien, ami that the North HARTFORD, KY. (OIIicp, ntrr Aiiilirrnu'd lln;ci.ir.) of Giecnhiud. Pole is a little North-eas- t Will piaitk-itin ir Colored Voter Speaks again Oliioitiiiliiiljiil.tiiiKi'MmtM , ini'li'miilnf AppcnlBo , to TTla TTrlnnra in Tllotlr S' cml .mi ntioii mini tn rrmiiiiHl I'luctii t' mill collrctloii. iiere is mc nuiy on eeuon we nave v.'nlj 1 desire to sneak n few words to my new had oflcrcd against having i colored borthcrs through . , the columns J&.. uml we should i .. in in voor iujicr. not consider it, but for the fact it is a Hrothers voti know that tliePresiden- feminine objection, or the objector is HARTFORD, KY. tial election will soon he on hand and femine.Shci.s one of Ilaitford's smartWill iriilli'elilsprnri-"lo- ti in Olmi an.lmljnin. we must he up and doing lo piepaic hij'('iiiintii-,iit- i. Un- f fpii'iu est ami sweelest girls' and says her fur it. We inii'--t think the matter uttintlntiuivi'ii tornllrcllnn.. objection is that with good walks its v2 71v Otlico nortli aiiln pnMic s.iiari. over and come togethci and reason not necessary to hold on so closely together so we will know our duty B. P.t.l'ITY. II. l. UlNCO, when strolls. taking moonlight n'ld will know how to manifest our tSs Do you catch? interest. Hrothers it is high time for the negroes to stop depending on the Some one remarked S inlay evenWill jir.it'tk-- In nil aiin m white Republicans to instruct us in roiintli's, nml In Hii'irir f.'n'.rt1..J .1.1,1 aijoining 11ml Court ing as the Inst bell rang that it was Collii'lioup iiri.J all li'V.il l.ii'ln.'. iittetiilcl every (lung, we must read for ourr to. Olllic, Nil. !, Oler Allilprnnn'a lla&tnr. time to go to church. "No, no, not v2 Tly I, Ky. selves and come together and suggest yet,'' said n niischicvious littlo miss plans by whicb we may he benefitted who knows, "the young folks will not as a people and and still he true be there they always wait till good ATTORNEY AT LAW, and staunch Republicans then there dark;" and he, for he was an old man, will be less Democratic negroes, less began to think of the days when he ignorance, less whiskey drank and less was young, am! to wonder if human TZ. 15. selling of ourselves for a mere triflle nature really nevei changes. Poor or for any thing, mid we will have mortal! No, it never changes, and be more religion among us. The negro is who thinks it dues is not wise. not as religious now as he was 150 DESLy. (Ollipo In Cromler II11IIJI111?.) years ago, he is now taking the same Will pruttii-Ills protia.ioii in nil tho ponrtHof On Wednesday night of the lire, step that the Iseralitcs took in the Ohio an.l ii'lioinln countip-- . Almi offiry three of Hartford's young bloods were j I2n22ly I'llllllc days of yore, they served God and deenjoying the angelic piesence and pended on him when their task massmiles of their lady loves, when tho i :m:. Xj. them hard. They li. i1. ,.tii iii.a l,.iif,l uml. llinl trim . ters pressed A'lTORNEY AT LAW, iiibiiiuiiii i....i., . .,iw., ....., prayed to (mil lor deliverance juid he . gallant and chivalrous, as they are, .,,-,command- delivered them. f bade the fair ones a Will praitlcp lil lii in ail iIip C.wrl ol ed Mo-e- s to lead them out of bondage B. Ohio ami ii.ljn'niui; coniillp, ami In Hip Court of and rushed toward the scene of danger. ' . for Mo!cs was raised up in Pharoes Appeal. Sppiill lltlrntiiill Kill ti.l'i'lln.liiin. ... ,.bl H....M. TOWN TATTLER. met the girl of the . And gently took her 1?lT' 1 thought 1 would pop the Hull didn't have the fit 1 Edwiia e Glenn ,,.,,, I Attorney at Law, . James Smitn, y Eingo, Attorneys at Law. of.lp-pril- Hurt-fo- Perry Westeriield VvTedding', Ilo(slia., Attorney at Law, i I Heavrin, 11 (r ti...i..i.i.i...i, iiui ii,ii.iii.vi hhj i I'll- I ... , Hartford, Ky. lllhi-p- , ftt.iiv River, only to see a miserable corn crib enveloped in flames. Their spir it was broken and tbcv retraced their steps, expecting every minute to be but, sad lo caught hy the say, they were not, as at last accounts they were still at large. fool-kille- nwr William., Ik II A Gone Homo. Death has visited our dear brother's home and taken away one of his loved ones, Nettie Hoyd, the daughter of Henry and Ermine Rowe. On August 1st, 18!)J, at 11:05 a. in. she breathed her last and her soul took its llight to Heaven, where siiU'erlug is no moie. "A little (lower sent from heaven To blossom on this earth, And bind its fragrance for awhile Thai we might know its worth. d (L-..- 1 To gladden by its ray, A little soul, the gift of God, To point the heavenly way. "A little gleam of sunlight given "A tie to hind our soul to Him Who doeth all things well; An angel far too pure for earth With him has gone to dwell." A large concourse of mourning rel atives and fiicnds followed all that win mortal, of dear little Netlio Rowe, to her last resting place, the family graveyard at L. S. Southard's, three milesfroin McIIenry. J. L. Rowi:. A Great Building. (Harper1 Mnsl'lii".l ciir-ill- y , by agreeing to appropriate Ciuh lamiM hy Hi mill Kimninter. It Hol.l l.y 'I.. W)nn (Iriltln X llm. The syndicate of business men who manage the Rookery bend every effort to make money. And how? Hy providing every improvement niul attraction which, when economically obtained, will leave n fair and legitmate margin of profit out of receipts that are governed by the charges for like servico iu ntliei buildings. These receipts mo what would be tho taxes if the Rookery were a city; the profits would take the torm ot a surplus in SHREVE. August 12. Our "school hoau the tieosury at least until they were Tho analogy never fal- Monday under the mamiireiueut of wisely spent. This is Mr. ters, however tar we pursue it. The Luther Godsoy. Rookery managers gladden the eyo Godsey's third school ut this place. with onyx, marblo uml bronze, us thu iid Mrs. .lames Wliittiuiriill,oi city fathers treat their tenants with her noieo, Miss Myrtle, of parks und lakes and fountains. The Louisville, wero tho 'iiosts of Mrs. Rookery managers give to their ten- Hrentuu Grunt, Sunday. ants tho best elevator servico over yet Miss Ada Porter, of Hartford, was devised in the world, batteries of the in our neighborhood, Sunday and swiftest cars while some of which run Monday. ns express trains, while others stop nt Misses Ditu Tunstall mil Mamie every lloor.They coutrol tlicse.and see i Phillipps,w'oro the jjfiiusts of Miss Lo-l- ia that they are the best, as tho city fath Murpbv Sunday. ers should coutrol their street railways Messrs. .lames and Fioldon Potty, it they should not own them. The who have been visitiui; their uncle, department of the the Hoii. T. W. Petty, of this place, Rookery is composed of a corps of orleft Tuesday for tlioir home near Eufaithderly, respectful, reka, Intl., ful men, who keep tho dozen corridors Leo Phillipps, of Roliard, spent und Btoriesful ot olliecs as neat as tho Sunday and Monday with bis friontl, domain ot a Dutch housewife. The Mr. Willio Murphy." air is not attained; the litter and rubWhat has become of Lilly Hull, bish are whisked out of sight with bus she (Inserted us? duo regard for decency; tho corridors Wishing the RiiPiuii.iCAN success are never torn up with pits and Vamhs.v. iu I remain trenches at times when they are aru use. Alterations in uiu ouiiuiiigs NI.K:iI.KS.HMJII'r mule mlaprnl'lo hr made at nigbt, when the fewest ten- Unit t?rrllli i'iuli. NIiiIoIi'h uro I" lliti ipiiip-,lfor joii, 1'iirsnliilivZ. Wii)iu(lrilliii A Urn. ants. The Rookery water supply and that which corresponds to its sowiigo system are tho best that can ho pro Piles.soro eyes.crncked lips.chappeil vided; in some cities out west I found hands, uml all skin eruptions aro cured ' by Dr. Fcnnort Qerman, ollice buildings where the .million. reliiud- welL for nuro water Wnrroiitcd to sat.hfy or Money ...ins-.- n u..t ' " el. For nale by li. u. uean. 'J. it because they believed the water pro- m , vided for tho people generally wusun Wlionpinx Coiitlliuml t'rmip, lit to drink in one case; becauso it cost ri'lleiPill')'Sliiiiili' Curi', At Z.W.ilrlllln both iiistau- - A llru.'n I'mxSlnip. In no much iu another. -Fords-villu,astreet-cleaninhard-workiny Eye-Salve. .1 . dition and could see how they were ts? i treated. So God chose Moses to lead theni out. And after Moses and Aaron had led them on the way they began to murmur against Moses and Aaron, .n" and said: "We had just as well stayTV' 4il;tSVYl U ed in Egypt and died ns to have been I TT1 UJ---! brought here to meet death," and after t&tk'Mzy 7P-they were delivered they forgot God and their hard tunes in bondage mid they went into idnnllry and sin, and God sent a curse upon them and caused them to wander iu the wilder- OFFICE OVER RED FRONT ness for forty years. Is prepared to do nil kinds of And I do really think the negro is Dental work at reasonable prices. In the wandering in the wilderness. first place ho has almost forgot bis A. J. SLATON, M. D., God; second ho has forgotten the days & of bondage when he was under the hard task masters he hasccrtauily forFormerly of MillnoI, now locuto I nt Lvitch hu gotten it by the way that he does, or field, oiler nnt urofrpniontl nervH'en to tho people HiIjoinmj counties. Office in l)ru)on has been doing at our previous elec(tho Dr. Ilmleu proptrtv.) a'llj tions. They have forgotten tho time when they used to send up prayers to SECRET ORDERS. God, and God heard them nud sent Abraham Lincoln to deliver them, I (Vinip, Nn. M, Deivirimrnt ol Kintui-kyi.IS ilnnl ;iy nuelaiit f they me ceasiug to think of tho time iu pucli , month nt p. liri (onl ,Ky., m. when men left their pleasant homes O. M. IUhm.it, Cnptnln. Jar. !,. I.oh r, S rentit. and went out to fight for their liberty 1 think that Moses was like unto Lin-- A-. 15. coln,! believe Lincoln was an instruJ. WrsniionNcit Pot, No. 8, Department o ment in Gods hands to free the Kentucky, meets every lliinl Sntunlnyat I o'clock p. H,,ln CourMloimc, l.cilihlliltl, Ky. negro. Now, boys, theso are the Re1. 8. llauMH.Com. S.A.MuSiiEBV.Adj. publicans and they are the men that wo want to give our support to. pBmTON Mourns Pout No. , Dep.vtmentof Ken. They are yet for the negro, they are hiturilrty leforw tin" aeeonil tueky, meet (or the Protection of American labor, Suml.iy Kt 10 eeiy A. . In tliucoiirt.housuftt o'clock J. C. Ciianbiblis, P. C. fought the Separate Coach Law, lliirtroni, Ky. J.M. Iluiiop, AIJ. opposed the Mills Hill, they say for the negro to have ccjual show in tho law '&M22&E! piSieRKoQiigf and they uro for any thing that is for the poor man's welfare. Now boys come to the front this year and vote like men, ho true to your party, vote your sentiments, bo a true Republican, respect yourself und you will be reijii irarrann i ahkhh W. GltAY Pahks. spected. tU1' R5 OIIOJ, 8AJ9N ,8!0f 0ll,I JO ' 1 1 h. wmw SS Cn'a ilrulon-- . DENTIST. Physician Surgeon, Sons cf Veterans. 1 3 t oilioq C 811HBI J.riJY Xpwp bjiotw 0 1 P1 u U9 nq matt ojoaob pun quanta Jj OJoai oawOMj S)f3UHV nq) pnv 'objoav Mruttofittt siq Miuijaoa oqino 'pooSoitmiqpip Mojoop ansjarjip aij iotill noppn pan 9anZp o)ilails jo no IHJB oq) pq tioniu! oim BaC,tinoqv XMI 'II TO 'Taj. 'kuanr av araoX oqi noqiitt tiflqi 1 loqi 1"Hll I "l"lt .Snaoj jo oa eop enr 1 110 "tnpiioa ncwnn 1 noijati jajj 1 iOAfluoq pun 'piop jimjS ihmjxi1" ivt I ij)JAi 'navii ooiv T'loil ppioa pun 'V J PP i jaj pitu Baix .MIMM'S pmuqvio'lll. H.tt aK V"S jo),i I I WSI 'i 'AO"J 'llonlapj jo'lnoji 'J3.J30IB-11I ti FREE1 auoinriuruauiuliirliUilircUuiilytUi KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. s nt S 1 per Uottlo. O for 90, Sold by JlurcobUo, Sil.75, O Uottlea for SO. Druk-uUt- Hook en is'crvout freu to any miltirehfl. iHxir pauenia ran aio uoiam moilU-liif vliurue. Tlila rcmpilr liat Ikjcu lireiiaroj bytlm nevironij Koinnf. nl Fort Wnine. Ind. uluca Uno. ang V11I1111I1I0 IX imMnIIIJ,III.U Kent .iIJ3ilH s.aoiiflil ausr'N " " .11 . iii IIVAIIII. w dray 3 0 VSHTE'S FOi2 eSAB 5!as (oil nil Worm FJomotlios. EVERY iirmiiyi,ii:urD-ovTwiiu3i.ii- 20 YEARO sor.o KVHf.vwiiKitia. . ni..T.iorn. FO BOTTLE G'JAMHTEED. Weakness. UlllousneiB, take TIIK Mulnrla. M.Ol, illKcstlou II pnrpa tnttllclno a ....,... :: nl' pi It. .. For Ktio - uti dwicn ,.:..!.. ." . .... .,. u- ana u I,UJ Kuu"UUs outiIu. anaWbluktyHabtta curctl at hOiue with- 1..M.WCHH.I.CY.H.U. iiootolpar- tlcuinniaciil FKKK. AlUuHmUa, UUlcelumWIilltbdlMt, MBnMM Hint Hartford Republican cd, nndit is nlo understood rilttlO tUnan t.ci.irisnil tun llllnftrpil .,u.. "" elinll over bo licld in reverence by the I I) XJ X I ) Lv J-- M V A XL. J J J. 'i J Notico-Dontls- try. rtniusurjj i:vj:by khiiuy .moiixi.no. JO. II. ItOdlJtS, lMllor nml Proprietor. 111, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1802. Republican Ticket. FOlt vitiinr.NT, BENJAMIN HAIUUSON, Of Indiana, vici: ritiwinnsT, WHITELAW REID, Of New York. KOIt C0NHKK8S C. M. BAUNE1T, Of Ohio County. FOlt rilUMtlFF, Nice hclioma isn't it? Third Party, O, jo timuiry voter, lookout for O, yc who love they nre after you. to serve on the Grand and Petit Jip ry, here's your chance. But jut isn't this the most brncnetUfnccd sclieinc ever concocted by an American for tlio cntlinillinent of his fellow citizens? This iniumculate patty tint claims to be so spotless and whoso stock in trade of nrtruincnt is n wholesale charge of corruption against both the old parties, which so fat as Democracy is concerned, ve admit is true, comes now with u bid, not only to liny votes, but proposes to pay for them with ollice nearest and dearest to the people, those ollices that deal directly with the property, life and reputation of the citicn. citi-yen, F0 The Republicans Moot in Mass . Convention at Eliza-bethtown. Dr. J. P. Williams, ot the ollice of Dr. W.B. Annendt, Dentist, Owens-borwill bo in Harttotd August 21, to remain one week. Those needing Dental wotk will do well to call 011 Dr. Williams, a- - he is an iwpctt Dentist and gtiaiautees hi- - woik. 2t2 A NEW IN- - TORE sILil TUCKY. For Salo! the Bennett, A good store and tcsideiicc in BEIil urn busbies portion of llattford. For Col. 0. M. Barnott, of Hart-lordNominator! lor Congress. 'I , particulars apply to C. C. llattford, Ky. To Our Subscribers. nil ion Tho special announcomont which appoarod in out; columns soiuo tiiuo since, announcing a special nrraiiijo-iit't- it with Dr. 11. .1. Koudall Co., of Enosburjj Falls, Vt., publishers of "A Treatise on tho llorso and His l)iseascs,"whoroby our subscribers wore onabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work froo of charge by sending thoir address to B. J. Koudall Co. and unclosing a two-cestamp fur uiailinir same, is renewed for a limited period. Wo trust all will avail themselves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To eiory loior of the llorso it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all of tho diseases which afflict the noble animal. Its phenomenal salo throughout the United States and Cau.itl , makes itstaudard authority. Mention this paper when seudjnij for "Truttl nt A I.iii-k- i' mill i:iillmiliMlt- - 4'iiim liriinuliiiiil. "Tin: unfortunato act of Tennessee's Governor in commuting King's sentence is the greatest blow winch SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. justice has received in the South since the bloody days of the sixties." On to victory. Hartford Herald. What about the unpunished politi Ho, for Central City tomorrow. cians of the South who have shot Montgomery has had his last walk- down American citizens for attempting to cast their ballots according over. to law? If justice ever was cheated of ls." Baiini:tt will give Montgomery her dues it is in the case of the armed Krzzraxztt plenty to do. in the resistance to fair elections i,,imti:u!i:iiEiiiui!:MMM!u:3Miiiinii.-M,j- ' . South as upheld by the Democratic Nancy Hanks is Queen of the The rights and blood of paty. Turf. Her record is 2:07 1 4. , i i Ui? i'u J C , shtugtered citiens, who were so un!. I l , (ttlil.l llt. I lliM, OI'IO lll0 ' U.irhI .,1111; It matters not which is right, the fortunate in tins boasted land of tlie l(..ilhi, W i ,.u : of u uuo I. irn IIiiik li Legislature or the Governor.itis Dem- solid South, as to be Republican rxtiy Unowii Kiiiult, of tuo )e irt K'niiillnci Irum i. J uir ulU title. -ocratic incompetency just the same. Willi tliico.iiilluilluU3 or Z aloud to Heaven and yet they are cry And the Democratic unavenged. QUiNN'S OINTMENT. Lirr's have a joint discussion bo party inUrcpienJiit and villilies a the Republican and Democrattween ItlsthrticstprFpnrntlnii I lmi'CCTW.'ili)rlcrl Z law whose sole object U, and Nvhosp vt. 1 luurtUy riiumiueiut It to nil llurbvuicu." S ic Electors nt Hartford light soon. ellect would be to era-- e this blot upM'chaie hunilrcitieiuch testimonial' What do you saj? on mil political system anil to give pvrlnittlr. Aik )ourdru4tfilfurU. Ifliv ilt,si.iulu3t: Aiuior filter TrUOo. AV. H. I :i)llV & X., Wlilt.lmll. N. Y. In view of the recent Legistive farce to every citUeu, however humble, the TuJtKt.MTRAPs mm, fairly " 'rMliinuiiiiiiiiiillllill'li iiii..,:si:.iiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiin jdayed at Frankfort. we ate compelled right to one faitly east and m m lj to exclaim; "0, inconsistency thy counted ballot as gtiaianteed by the yEND Constitution. LP. . a n rc r: name it Democracy." r r i.n ed a Coinnil'Uv' on Resolutions: Brookoniidgo, Ja. L, Patteisou; ' Ai.oso with tlio Democratic howl Bullitt, W. T. Motrow; Hardin, C. L Ilutitt O'Donniiu, began work for l w.J 1 about the force hill it might be well L. Bailie-- ; Hail, W. B. Craddnck; IO joa nov fiat n b 'uuie-the Carnegie Company at (!7cents per Itiu'ironruns "i tin-ftiling.'' Aio jo i aw an, t u.it i. olteu l.iMci. . day and when he quit he was getting to toad the following statement from Limo, iinticl Ilouatd; .Mai ion, V Inn ;snnit tar tiw often runs iiitoCoiHiimptKin iuula B. Moti-e- t; Meade, Neal MeMouigle; It speaks cutis in PiMtli.' l'cople tulTeriti fiom A tluui,E Does that look the Louisville Commercial. $lt!0 per month. Ohio, .1. u .Nelson,.1?. Ii. Ilrouehitis, 1'ueumoui.i and Consumption wnl nil, voluins to an intelligent voter: like he was drifting toward starvaNnojGieen, tell on tliat i majority of the white voteis of W. F. Pet kin-- : Tailor, W. L. Ma- -i "A tion? ' Biiming-Im- m Alabama, admitted by the CCLD.'i lone; Graisoti, John Waters. E '1 JL- -r W' to be "i.OOO, and r'rtti VAII ntTAnl " tin. !. it 9 I. nIll .... iJi) ,i Democrats said the bill to apTin: on The OmuuittuJ R.dtitton U' iriiii'UI mm tit Mi by Capt. Kollj to be :lt,0UU, a wiiusohonoiuamaiui r uv ouawaro tnat in. idi the following repoit which wete propriate 85, 000.000 to the World's claimed for Kolb for Governor, They voted Fair was unconstitutional, but what arc now demanding it fair count and adopted. fit : fid Ri;o!,vn, the n 'for Cotiphs, C0KI3 nnd Cnnsuinption is ln'yoml v" the f;rentet of nllS passed appropriaabout the bill they denouncing the fraud" petpetrated Font ih Coiij;iitii)u.il District in Conf Modern ltemeilics? Itvillhtojiti niclit. It will ehetk nCulil ml said vention iwemhlpil approve as wise, Is that unconstituting S2,.r)00,000. against tlicm. The iailav It will nrorcnt Crouti, lelieve Aitluni nml euio ('(iiniiMiiitinii if 'The organted De- the call lor aid Convention und eon In tune. " You cuu't nlfoid to lio without it " A Ciciit Uittlo ia Mintnni the other day: tional, too? iliin;i.it f r it, rv'utert glOOiu Doctor's InlU may iioourlif,'( mocracy of Alabama takes oil' its hat gtatulate the Republicans of this SO Wtst ltroi ,x ! r liool. PtoU' II t Hero tire some to the Black Belt.' on lor 11 a b 11 a o L' 1 a B.c.3 n TiiNtia have come to a strange pass of the things charged against the 'orj u i o li a c a u ai . u a. tho uliulioii of it- - nominees in t -- V7 when thepeople have topayaDemocrnt ganized Democracy ot Alabama' in next. ic Legislature more than 81"0,000 for the Black Belt, not by the RepublicT That we uppiovc the ". 1' lUhOtl I'll "I, Jv. II. llIIVl, l'llll 'ioice' pattiotie and few bills merely that the an advocates of the passing a like Admiuii-natio- n Hairi-o- n Governor may veto them. The tax- bill, but by a majority of the white of and in Montgomety view with pride tho splendid opporvoters in Alabama. Of tho Condition of tho payers will not forget thi. county, where, they assert, less than tunity now peiseiited foi his te.ekc-tion- . 4,000 votes were polled, a majority of Wllii.K nt Elizabethtown ConvenIn 0,800 was counted for Jones. Further, that we again tion it was our pleasure to meet Capt. Dallas county, wheio Kolls majori- iillirm mir allegiance to the pi incipieW. F. Gorin, of Company K., 2(ith ty was 4,000 a majority of .",700 t nt the Republican patty as set forth in In the city of the Minneapolis platform ami pledge Keutucky, who now lives at Greens-litirg- . returned for Jones. Selma, Jones is assigned a majoiity it our stippoit. whole-soul- ed The Captain is a of 1,000 mote than the total number M.L. Maloni:, ( li'inY, gentleman and his many friends in of registered votei. In Jy.iw tides S L. Joii.n-o- n, Sec'y, At tho Close of Businoss these parts will be glad to hear of him county the figures were revered and J. L. Pa 1 rns-o.- f, April 23, 1892. and to know he is yet in fine health Kolb's majority of 2,000 was returned N. MeMoNidi.t:, It will as a Jones majority of 2,300. (J. h. Biiivt, and good circumstances, and with KESOUKCKsS. be observed that this was wholesale Ions W'aji.i:-.- , many years before him in which to stealing, but there are tint many .Votes and Hills SoO.'.'SS.t'.l W. B. Moti:i:, li.OOO.OO counties in the Black Belt, were alone fcerve the Lord and vote the RepubHeal Kst.ite J. L C.vit-o.1 ,.100.00 fcuch palpable frauds were possible, 1 Furniture ami Fixtutes.. lican ticket. --Sami'ii. Hviinkd, ,V.IJ.1)7 -""-2 and it was a 'ground hog' ciue. There IXpenses l'nid W. T.Moiiiiow. had to be that tort of wholesale worL Cusli on Haim und in other C. M. BvitNirrr was nominat, lit (Tirie!), ('nrrini'o, l.'oiul C.tit-i- , ( Cot.. Vomiuatioiis for candidates for Du.ilur in Horo-t 15,ink I to overcome the K'olb majorities in CungiPM wete declaied in older and ed for Congress at Eluabethtown last the white counties. 1 iwfl ''. the ca'l of rountjes was ordered. jtiuio or ii.irnei uwi ior-.u- o ii", " yC"" I ' I or luro .it .ill limes. aa, Saturday, and will enter the race to "The Kolb movement got its When Ohio uotnity :n reached Jo. $84,027. i'J J 1K win. His abilities, his sterling quali- strength asn protest against the Dem- B. Rogers placed in -LIAIHLITIi: ?' nomination tho lWiiiH- - f n it name of Col. " ties and his Republicanism are all too ocratic machine and the ring-ut- le m :vx' .Ui iri'Aj.t. x .SL'o.OOO.OO J. S. R. WuMiug, of Capital Stock T ri jtTz ."J lbr mTiTr When Hartfiird. had fastened on the State. S(iL'.:!l well known to need mention here. He W. L. Malone, of TayReserve any party habitually resorts to and lor, put befoie the Convention the Surplus . will make a thorough canvass and justifies fraud in elections, even to name ot J. B. F. McFarland and Dr. Iiitcru-s- nnd Kvclianye.. . l.lo'O.IO will camp on the trail of the present prevent negro domination, it is sure 8M0HTMNO.TlllOHAPMT. &0 B I S JO Wood, ot Gr.ta sou, nominated Col. 0. Depo-- it Aecouut whitorOatai.oquind FutulNfonMAiioN. . v ltB.L.Ci1ir. I 1 incumbent in a way that will be most to generate an element in its own M. B.tinctt, o't Ohio county. :00.:i:j DinDue other Hanks .MKKTd ALL DAILY grievous to Mr. Montgomery, and ranks which will lesorlto fiaud to re ing the call of counties the name of tain its own faction in ofiice. The MFailand was withdrawn, and the ) 881,027..-)!juitc entertaining and instructive to :S people of Alabama are having thU result fchouQil Barnett 60V and Wed"7-Z3L,Z-,ZL.lvdthe people. In submitting tli'- we bc totute demon-trate- d to them now." fact ding 7lP,. Raniett was nominated tlint our business lias .steadily grown by aycl.rmatiou and made am enthu-sia-ti- e each month since our opening, and 01ST3S3 3FDFHODE! Wondku if the recent stiike of the JFOR CONGRESS. speech in accepting tlio nomiby the mot careful, watchfulness and is due to the The Owon.sboro Inquirer has the fol- nation, pinmi-itig- a TO ALL. thoiough can S00ES THE FINEbT AD CIIEPESTS a strict observance oftlie principles of bill? We don't lemember lowing to bay: v.i-Col. Wedding was called for the tnoHt eonservative H.tnking, we 'The Republican Convention of the and coveted him-e- lf with glorj in a hope not only to extend our acquaints that railroads or railroadsw itches are Fourth Kentucky dUttict, at tuejity minutes speech, full of good mice, but to povo ourselves worthy on the dutiable list of the McKinlcy la- -t Saturday, nominated and ora- C.M.Barnctt,of Ohio county, for Con seuse and toynd Republicanism. The the confidence that i being so liberalbill, but Democratic papers gicatest enthusiasiu ym manifested ly reposed in us. tors never wait for little things, so gres. Burnett is n revenue man under during both speeches. Wo are hero to accommodate the Horse-shoein- g that a long Millcriug reading ami Colleitor Feland, is apatt owner of Jud''c Milby made a talk itisistiiiL' people, eaeh nml every Inisine'", a ALIKK. pj the Hartford Rm'Ulti.iCAN and ought that tho party stippoit the Hartford courtesy "hall lie extended to them, bearing publw need not be surprised to make a ptetty good target for Ri.l'Ulit.ii an, 0110 ot the two Repubcafety bo (sacribut in tin c.i-to hear Kill McKinley roundly ntid the Democrats of the Fourth orVuviu-in- g lican papers in the and the ficed for friendship or to obtain fiouncily cursed for bringing about SPiiCI L AT TK.NTION to conthen adjourned. Inquirer would Contention The John II.Hi:xi:s, Cashier. this strike among switchmen. It vey the idea that Mr. B.irnctt would on Given to the Traveling would be in keeping with their meth- be PARADISE. moio valuable if a candidate from IK ods. BROWN'S MOV BITTERS August 12. Ptof. R. D. Welborn his being thu connected. We fail to Public. CuntlnillKiiilIoii, llllloiuncK, lijfirlu, will have chatgo of our school this nii.U.iiicriil lKMllty. that he is full Tin: types made us say hut week sec it that way. The fact Hcnuliio It. All .Kill the tevenue service does not at all -. v. The i;o cicain supper given by the baitraJoimrliimlcrokitilrtillluuoiiroiiiK.r. that the Democratic party"approvcs'' in detiaet fiom his fitness for Concrem, britus IuimI last s,jtnnlny night wns the pbcing of sugar on the free t, Statement and ho owns no part whatever of the largely attended nml (ir'n'P'r a perIh: r;::li;th when we intended Miying they opposllattford RiutiiI.K AN and if he did fect sucees Mr-- . Maud und Mi-- s There was no free sugar in ed it. Maggie JIciu fr uir.wo cannot for the life of us imagine dtie, Cential City, snout seieial dits the Mills bill and the Democrats opPhac-ioa- , why that would serve to make him in 01 posed, with all their power, the Mc- any way u better "tatget" for the with Mi". Welbotn iat week. Mrs. Bettie Wallace went to Kinley bill, which did make sugar Democrat. If nnybody cl-- e can let Oneuoboro last week to vi"it her free. We are glad to cec the Herald, him make it known. lilt' 4'IUSI- - Ol ItllhllK'SS, .lllllt- daughter, Mrs. Jus. Docker. ROOMY, :i, istij, Ruth Cooiubes, llnrtfotd, however, come out so squarely and inn) Nellie Young, Rockport, ejient IK?OITHCES. KINDERHOOK. legislation. Republican indorse Mrs, J. L. Barnott and children, a few days hoc hit week visiting Hills discounted While yet the lamp.etc." Butftill, S.'i!),ni7.0!l telatives nml fileniL. Heal estate H.000.00 from asking, Owunsboro, aro isitinr her mother, we cannot refrain Ciibbie Muir, who luia benu Mns Alltaudu Burnett. Fiiriiiluie ami fixtutcs. . . . 1,000.00 that if the Democratic party was in of tho Wnnh-inirf- oii hi" daughter, Mis. .James Uiluioie, Honds Miss Viola Bt'iinutt, 1,341.07 favor of free sugar, why didn't the ruit(hb.)i))ood, is visiting in left for hi" homo in Ohio county 74.'i.f ( Debts in bitit Hills bill put it on the free list? Kiuderhook. CashonhamliVin other b'ks 40,420.7!) D. F. Roll, wifo and son, Henry, a Mrs. Mat. MeCroeUin mid clijl-do- n, I). B. Roll hist Hartford, aro tho quests of A. Visited tho family ot 810,'),82.').0!) TiiuThird Party leaders are bchenii rorintnlnKiieor Sunday. our full Hue of two am Here's their W. Mills and family. era from awny back. LIABILITIES. Miss Manly, Rochester, is the guest fuur.wlii.cldl work. Miss l'rudio IS.iinl has rutin noil 8!50,000.00 latest, with which wc are informed Capital stock Mrs. James Wallace. SI a homo after a two woeks visit to hor of , 70,708.30 Deposit Quite a number of our young peothey expect to hoax the unsuspecting si'stor, Mrs. Abbiu Tielioiior,C'uiitor-tow- u. lo.05 Roll's Due other Hunks ple have gone to tho picnic at D, VI. enemy. A prospective Deputy SherDividend 4 per cl.dcclttred 1,200.00 M. ii. Grove today. the 111., iff, belonging to the Dolmor Stovous, Lexington 225.00 Fund to pay taxes cat out of the bag, we suppose unin- whohaslieou isitiu in this and 3,581.84 Profit and loss Bitton by a Rnttlosnako. tentionally, or may bo tlio trick was adjoining noighborhoo Is, will lcao J. C, Butler, a young man ninewhere ho will 8105,823.09 just so good he couldn't keep it, or for Indiana tiiuo vjhitinfj l teen years of age, living near Point hisparont, spend some may be he misjudged his man. How- who reside in that Statu, Wo regret Pleasant, was at work in a clearing I, S. K. Cox, swear tho nbovo to BKrri'JK KNOWN AS THIS I. ever that may be the trick is to get Debitor's departure for ho has many on Rough River last Friday when in be correct. Demtwo hundred men, one hundred inontlfc uero. naMiny under n bush was struck in a. K. Cox, Pitiiiii)i:.NT. .. . f, alwillM1. ocrats and one hundred Republicans, .Mtistor .hick .uiiiersoiy j wo isiioro, t . . iin. , or- , ..v.w-- ,. v ,.v.. ........... ' . Antlo- rhis unclo, II :"" f to voto the People's Party ticket, for, is tho mios-toSworn to before mej this Juno 30, Ho e.uno up by ii rattlcsmtko. It U supposod tjiot and in consideration of the promise son nt this writing. Bird, who hits the blow- - was somewhat ictiirded by 8!)i. .T.Naix, D.C.O.C.C. after his littlu brother, Newly Famished'. 4 4- 1Meals 25c. Rates $1-0per day. that if that party gels into power in boon sick for .sometime, but, wo aro Hutlcr's and tho poison did not .Knst side Ficderiea, tyctwecn Main ami tlio River, Oweiisboro, Ky, A dividend of SI.00 l county theo two hundred men ylud to htato,will bo nblu to return enter tho wound so freely. Ho has the BURTON ahull ccrvo on the juries oi the counalmost recovered nnd will bo out in n per filiaro was this day declared, payr homo .Monday. ATMS. AS. UOBY.MllS. C. E. WILLINGHAM,Frop8. able on and after July 5, 181)2. D.visy Di.'ani:. few day. ty one term each until all Imveaorv FOR ClltOUIT t'OtlltT Cl.KUK, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. The Republicans of theFourth Disttict met in Convention at Klizabethtnun, August Hi, and wete called to order by Chairman C. M. B.irnctt, who in a few chosen and apptopriate remark snoko of the outlook of the party ami stated the object of the meeting. Dan O'Rilc) , of Grayson, nominated Judge C. A. Johnson of Marion tor Temporary Chairman, and W. L. Malouc, ot Ta!ot, nominated J. R. Clark of Nelson. The call of counties was begun, and tho rules were suspended, and Dan. F. Tracy, of Ohio, introduced n lesolution to the ellect that no delegate who did t.ot expect to vote for the nominee of the Convention should ho allowed to take part in the proceedings of tho convention. Alter some discission the Resolution was withdrawn and the call of counties being completed, Mr. Clark was declined the Temporal y ('hair-llia- il (Hhe Convention. Jo. B. Rogers, of the llnrtfotd I(hpUi.('.i,V ami . Young, of the Commercial, Chits. were made Secietaty and Assistant. The following were appointed a Ctedontials: John Committee on Stuatt, Hnidiii; C. M. Bamett, Ohio; J. M. Fifl.dUer, Marion; E.F. Tucker, G i ceii. The Convention then adjourned till 1:1)0 o'clock, at which time it met ngaioaud the Committee on Cieden tials sepot's nocoute-t- Tl.'i' following named weie appoint NO OLD NOR SHODDY GOODS. We from the market. pride ourselves in having bought the best and cheapest line of Eastern Shoes every brought to Ohio county. Our Line of HATS is of the latest style and finest quality. In CLOTHING we WILL not be excelled in price nor In DIIESS GOODS we are lull up, from the cheapest Worsted to the finest Bedford Cord. Our motto is one price to everybody, and ST1CTLY CASH OK ITS EQUIVALENT TO ALL. Therefore we cordially invite you to trade with us, and save the creditor's "20 per ct. extra profit. Respectfully, in-qualit- Wo (losirc to announce to our irionds Hint wo havo just opened an entire new stock of General Merchandise in the house formerly occupied by Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam. Our stock is complete in each line of a General Store every article is just, n t tj i-v- -- l 1 ' ".. nii ji U mm a an:::'. 1 ,J VCJ "it' c h Y)SL3''Si -- 0 ,101111-01- 1; BTSTARTEOfiTHa c mie-tlo- .ii. L. i!)U' Field. 3V t Livery Stable. Age-Ilein- ld DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY!) Coitj-liiiuin- e i.i'-rii- " A'.l-joilliiiiKi-.u-ttPo- ... ;.wi VEHICLES. CARTS. Age-llora- -- Di-tri- et pio-pee- ts 11 n Xou-Yor- 11 i'i s- Pre-ide- nt STATEMENT 7Ti, ..-n- : X'A iv r Ri.-oi.v- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT Bill v, 'FAST tr TINT. --- " os.ll-lfi.O- rJTTfM7r .... .,,,,,... isv-: T " t CASEBIER'S 'BUSi mm & STRAHOEB BisiiiessCollDa Wlv IDOBa f - T. ID . railroad-switchme- n Mc-Kinl- 8. l$li.i-bcthto- mm mm BLACKSMITHING. c ." Di-tri- ct specialty. A large stock best modern Vlows, and all kinds Implements hand. Call on him. Mr J. WILLIAMS. t, Ekavku Dam, Ky. li-- ,t .Nit-s- es I Our (gsivl's ?-TiJ- L. LIGHT, yes-teida- y. Also kwns ELEGANT, liist- Side-show.l- et to-d- . .., class Livory and bio, where Feed Sechlsr Carnage Co., Proline, ll, jou can have jour Horses Fed. and ge the besi of rigs Coznsa-ercIsLZEIotel dav or nigh Leave your ders with V PALMER HOUSE. 0 seml-nuuun- I HI I 0I TTtfiraMiniiinr FAIR BROS, & CO. The ruilrnud from Horso Iir,ncli to Foidsville will bo liuilt nt once, lint what nbout Hartford's road to Foid-viH- PERSONAL W. 11. Mooie went to Cnlhooii Tuesday. Win. Wnrd, Kindcrhnok, called on us Tuesday. W. A. Gibson went to South Car- rollton yesteiday, Dr. L. T. Cox ami wife, Beda, spent Sunday at 1'ieiitis. Shelby Taylor, Beaver Dam, called on us Wednesday. Sam G. Bhoads, Wuller, was in town Wednesday. C. L. Woodward, Centertown, was iu town yesterday. D, J. Coleman, BjaverD.un, called to see us yesterday. I10SINE. August lfi. Mrs. J. Tilford SI leturii-eil THE J. K. Wood, a colored orator, and teacher, of Bardstown, will deliver a political speech at Lcitchfield, on Monday, September 2lith. livery Bcpublicnu in Grayson county Hhould hear him, for speak at Taylor Mines, on Tuesday night, Aug- Everybody invited to come. Other speakers uro expected. Mellon-rBras' Hand will make music for tho occasion. Hon. .. T. 1'ioctor, f KKI'UTATIOX. Ladder OF thoFoiiith District, will y .lUDOMLNT. 7 John Payne, Sluevo, was in town Saved. the first oftho week. What is saved? Time and money by Xorvcl Pnxton, Delineate, pne-c- d 110 buying your of dry goods ihioitgh town .Monday. KLLIAIIILITV. C.vi:.-ox- it Co. II. P. Taylor went to Dawson Sun--daWe acknowledge icceipt of invitn- - i Tuesday returning No'CRSEKTEwi. tiou to attend the Madisonville Fair, Augu-- t 17, 18!)J James F. Sullenger, of Covington, We have had a which begins August 'Ust, and con- i) visiting iclntivci near town. gojd refreshing nhnwer which MK I J IT. tinues four days. This is one ot the) o caused tho vegetation to lift, its patchMis. E. D. Gully wont to best Fair" in Western Kentucky und Satutday returning Sunday, ed and drooping leaves Corn in this go this promi-e- s to lie the most success- is ju- -t begiuiiiug to put II. meeting ever held by the Company. , will B. Taylor mid wile.of Louisville, iicighborhool tul viit in Unitfon! fbi th tassel and s'loot. Tobacco had Marriage liccnes since our lust SUI'LUlOltlTY. Jim Field, Buford, attended the bjgun to Iic.nl up, but this rain will Shown to Mi's L.uir.i isue: at South Carrollton. cause the top to Cook. Virgil Baiucs to Miss Mary, Ilol.iu Patterson, of Lcitchfield, who Mm. G. J. Bean and daughter, MNs Ficldcu. Mayw oi th Barnaul to Miss Anna, ire visiting at Sulphur Springs. has been visiting lii- grand-fathe- r V. C. Wallace Charlotte Wallace. F. P. Slum aud Polk Gillman, of Cliapinau Crow for tho last week reva kilty, to Mis Elton Williams. A.L.Kitch- - Foidsville, wcro in town Wednesday. turned homo todiy. It is generally j .. :..4 ..11 4lwwwti Win. Smith id in o'tpig ficoigc l' Long of the Busii'l-vill- e bjlieve I (hit he siuo-vIO Mill UtllK'l.; till MlUSi; ens to Mks Serilda Trail. to Savilla Wnrd. llarald, anived iu the city but, had ho away hirt-w!i.ile- ; his visit, I for one would not A pair nf'hor.-e- s hitched to a wagon in B. A. Stewart, V. M. Stewart and bo willing to assure for the consc l'HOMITXFsS. belonging to l'eto Shown, of near -T liitluson called to see us while in town ' j m Minim Beda, became frightened and ran Monday. (pmc. Bv. B'ehird Stevens and family, morning. acio-- s the bridge Saturday Master Jack Anderson, Owoisboio, from Indiana, nro visiting their icla-tivMr. Shown had been to mill and left is visiting his uncle, B. A. Anderson, at No Creek and vicinity. Ho his team near Thomas' corner for a Kiudeihoo:;. FACILITY pleached at No Creek Church last few minute-'- ; while he was gone they Liiii McHenry.whohas bjen spjnd-inVK f lightened Sunday to nn appreciative audience. and ran as above bec.ime a few weeks in tho West, came Mrs, B T. Tweedlo mil her two Fortunately no damage was homo Saturday. stated inferostin ; boysPeirl nnd Etnsst, aro done. W.J. Webb, of the Fiist Nation-u- l Mrs Chip-nnBank Louisville, uriived in the visiting her The Blackford Association, which M is Mvrtie Willford will loivo for city In't night. convened at Fordsville hut Uednes Mi-- s Mnlicl Hubbard, who has been L'vcrn ire in a fo.v diys to !) a'lient day and Thursday was well attended, visitn in C!iicig since June, will re- several weeks. Sum- and the people of Fordsville and vi- turn home Delmer Stevens, of Illinois, is iu cinity did themselves great credit iu Joseph F. Howard, Livia, McLean this co nmiinity. the elegant entertainment they gave county, his brolhcr S.B. HowMiss Charlotte Wallaeo will make Mi-- s Dora E. Gib-othe ard the liist of the week. Miyworth Barnard the happiest of (J. C. and wife and Win. W. M. Fair will leave Monday for men by becoming his wile on the 17th Hartford; C. L. Woodward, the East to purcha-- e new goods for inst. Clcoplius Wallace will lead to Centertown, and S. T. Stevens, Crom- - i the linn of Fair Bios, it Co. tho hymeneal altar the same day the well, were among the many in at Sam and sister, Miss Fanaccomplished Miss Elton Williams. nie, went to South Canollton Wednestendance. Mis Blcdsaw, of is the day to attend the Association. There was iju He a nice wedding at Incoonito. guest of Mr'. Craig. David Hocker, Bosiiie, accompan& the Haitfoid House yesterday mornied by his pietty little daughter, Miss Notico to Log Mou. ing, the continuing parties being Win. Mabel, spent Monday in Uuitford. I am now ready to contract for Miss Savilla Ward, of New-villSmith and E. V. Millignu accompanied by s and will be in Hartford on Thoy were aecompnniul by C. Miss Ada Baird attended the Piesby-ter- y at Callinoii Saturday and Sunday. Mondays aud Saturdays. Will be A. May and daughter, Miss Ella, L. tho-- e who con1'. Turner and wife, Mises Mattie D. M .Steveup. Lexington III , who glad to make prire to Bosa Smith, has been visiting friends near Beda, template cutting logs. Biley, Malia Wimp, W. II. Mooiti:. Beed I'irtlo and wife.Clajlon Tinner, for two weeks leturned home Wed Trade at the Ha.iar. 3)lf Agt. John A. Beit, it Sons. Charlie Turner, Willie Smith, George Furniture! Mis-e- s Look at my black Liwn at 7Ac, at Smith, .lames Smith, Sam Turner, Virgio Ilocker and Addic their Knhn's. wish Austin, Beaver Dam who, with tho curious spcctatois, aunt, Mrs. L. B. Bean, the first of the Boy yourC'.ttnpiigi II.itif Cole-in- . them a long and happy life. Week. someHt in A Co., Beaver Dun B. F. McCoriuick, of Ohio county, night will long bo reLast Tue-dn- y father of Mis. Bov. E. L. Carson, is Look at Malm's ii.ic.--t I.nlus shoes membered by the little folks of Harthis daughter. L1C,J" Biver at 2AW tor one wed; only. ford. Mis. .1. A. Thomas gao a Republican. Look at Kaliu'i SI "0 man' shoes, birthday parly iu honor of her little Mrs. A. W. Little, .Kamas City, Miltl at D- - -'"r ' " w"k ''"'J'1 daughter, Miss Lillie. The fallowing Kuii-ii- s who has b.-e- visiting her sisbltlc people were present and enjoyed ter, Mrs Sallie Haidwiek, stalled Kid Oxlord only a Try our $!. homo tho hospitalities of the young Saiia A- Mi:. lew naiis left. Mis-e- n Will and Cal Ficlilen, Shelbyville, Florence Morten, Miuy Thoma Coleinan and Co. want country as, Abbie Gilliiin, Bessie Fair, Mary lVnn., spent .Monday night iu Hartmarket Hurdwick, Unbelle Cox,. Juliet Thom- ford on their way to their old home produce, will p.iy the higher near Pleasant Bidge. -:'1 price. stove-war- e. as Ella Bowo, Sullie Taylor, Bessie Miss Mary Codec, who has been visMorton, and Sam Suils,Bock-or- s See the "ad" of 1). .1. Coleman & Williams, iting Miss Emma Fair for several Walwccks,will leave forherhoiiieat Co. They are first. cl iss Iiiiiihv Cox, Guy and Lyman Williams, & ter Mai tin, Purdio Casebier, Lawton ue.t Monday. men and will treat you light. aw Klien, Clmilie Grilljn, Bun Moitou, Mrs. Ilftllis and children, Louislor cash I buy for cash and sell ville, who have been visiting Mrs. J. Martin luliii, Clarence Barnctt. OWENSVILLE.IND. only; tlui's why ynii can buy good P. Barrett for the last two Weeks, re.Jjine, sep August 14. I will try and give so low at bjohn's!. Late one niglit this week as we sat turned home Saturday, you a few items from this n- igborhood. upon the tripod stuggling in our l John II. Barnes, the gentlemanly Look at my white Uoods for aprons Health is generally good iu this father of Deposit of the alloc a yard, Mild at IIOj for one weary brain to become the thought, cashier went toBeaver Dam Saturday section. Crops arc looking fine. Louisville Bank, even tho semblunce of a week only at Knhn's. Wo had a fine rain last Wedncs. what -- hould break gently upon the morning, returning Monday evening. day. A full stock of oxford ties nt tho Miss Anna Beau anil Bob Crowe, stillness.but the sweet strains of n sereWheat threshing is about done. Bed Front; do not fail to examine nade. As we sat .there the well worn Hartfird, aud John B. Taylor, of Wheat turned out flue, Average per -.t- ftV-oSStl Beaver Dam, will attend the Sunday before buying clesewhere. them ifoLJtA. pencil dropped from our grap nnd School Union at Princeton tho 2.'!d. acre, thirty bushels. Js&Vi Mas ins half g.i Ion fruit j.irs for SI our thoughts took flight toelysian iust. Watermelons nro the order of tho llo('Ki:u Ai T.vnoit, per. dn.en at fields, Tvhere iuu,sic am not mUery rtfc Georgo B. Sullenger, nn old Ohio day. Weaio loading from ten to Bovine, Ky. rnMMI.KWIIUKWKII I.M. will bo the inheritances of the country county bov but now a piumiucnt railfifteen cars with them per day. They tuvins koimi wiar, deep of roader of Erwin Tennessee, is visiting I2.1r. Do you wear a shirt? This is tho editor forever. We drniik Mull niili:Ti N. 5. are selling on tho track, at from ten Ill'ir. . place to get tlciij. W leop the la- the delicious harmonies aud were re- his brother , James Sullenger, of this to fifteen cents a piece. .Ni, 7, l.lim lo.l r..n ('IUISS COMi Klb'l. freshed. Afterward tho ln.y pencil place. Caisson & Co. W. B. Newcomb and family have test style. " ,',l,r " tyi. k, 1II uti.l l.jr''f' Miss A, da, and Bee Brown nnd L C. : resumed u better gait and wc well &.', l.liiiilnir.r.' !" Brown, Centertown, nnd Miss Lena gone to Kentucky on a visit. stock of Weaio closing out our we wished a long, long life to the Brown, Paradise, Our line Schoolhoueo at this plnca spent Neducsdnv SFUID A yT A UG UST 1 Ul 8027" Clothing. Come ijuick anil secure young gentlemen. with Mrs. Isaac Foster, Kimlerhook, is about completed. Hockck Taiioii, bargains. and in returning that evening made Mrs. II, L. Strickland has just reOn hist Wednesday morning at the the BiU'iTUt.iUAX office a p'easant call. Hurrah, for Coleman v. Co., Casebienv. Burton aro still "in it" timed from New York, whero she residence of tho bride's father, J. F. Mks Sallie Daniel, Elisor Daviess Call on them for good teams and Buy your shoes of HnckerifcTubnr. h Wallace, of tho No Creek Mr. county, who has been visiting Miss went to see her father. d ly or night. conveyances, at any hour Mrs Lucy Foreman spent Inst week Barnard and .Miss Charlotte Dimple Hayes, Fordsville, for the last nothing on Coleman & Co. will Many bargains in Dicss goods at Wallneo were married, Bov G. J. two weeks, returned homo Satuidtn. with frieiids and relatives here, credit. vyhifo C. II. (lurmou luisjust lctuiucd to the B.i.iar;tlicy mint bo closed out to Bean ofliciating.nnd alter the ceremo- Miss Sallio uiudo many friends iu Foidsville, who wish she may mnko Come and sec the new stylo Buggy make room for our fall Stock. his home after a short visit to his fathwas pronounced that niiido two another visit ero long. ny at C. b. Field. Saiia ci Mi:. He has been to iho Hot Springs hearts beat as one, tho hippy jiidr up' Or. J. E. Pendelton, accompanied er. daughter Misj for his health. - If you want men's h.ils dont fail to Why not buy your Dry goods, conimiiipil by a host of friends atouco by his accomplished Dawson Saturday. Tho Success to the pall at Bed Front. Clothing, Boots, Simps, J Juts, Caps, repaired to the residence of Mr. Tom. Tula, went to B. W. Williams' in tho Central Grove, Doctor returned Tuesday and Miss dolwhere you can save lfie on tho Tula goes to Missouri on a vMt of sevOxford tics me filing cheap at tho neighborhood, where his beautiful and eral weeks. Her many friends wish lar, nt Knhn's. l'.ol Fiont, Hartford Ky. accomplished daughter, .Miss Llton, her a pleasant trip and an early reAnderson's Wear forever Shoes nro Finest line of calicoes in Ohio still in the lead. Our fall Shoes arc was married to Mr. "W. C. Wallace, turn, a Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman, Mrs. brother to the first named bride. county at Coleman & Co's, now iu and you should get a pair. These young pcoplo aro members of E D. Gully, Mis. J. M Harnett, Miss Jo-s- ic Saiia it Mi:, Ford, Miss Sallio Gate, Miss White goods dirt cheap at tho Bed tho best families in tho neighborhoods Marks und Messrs. B. E. L. Frontjtheso goods must go. E. L. Herring's brick kiln is pro- in which they 5ivo nnd have ninny Edna Simineriimu, E. D. Walker, nnd ami if no misfortune friends, who along with tho Bki'Uiimo-an- , Bowo nro among those who J.E. atAll Summer goods nt the Bed gressing nicely befalls, a'fino lot of brick will bo tho wish them a happy voyage tended, to Daviess county AssociaFront g; at rock bottom prices. tion this week. fruit of his labor. through life. Bargains in every thing for tho Little Clco,iiu infant child of Barn-qThe Evnnsville Journal says: "Qol. Humbugs next two weeks at the Bud Front. and M,ury Slovens, died Monday May deceivo tho public for a timo, but J. S. B. Wedding, a brilliant young Ludipj, if yon want a nice dress for morning and was buried Tuesday at sooner or later thoy will awake to tho lawyer of Hartford, Ky., was noun, wantnoted by tho Republicans of that thoFnir.c.ill on Coleman it Co. !U' twelve o'clock, at the Liberty bury- proven tact that to secure a dollnr'H Congressional District for Congress a Bov. JO. E. 1'uto preachworth ot goods for one hundred cents yesterday. Col. Wedding is a cousin C, L. Field will sell you a nice ing ground. ed an able and tender funeral serof this they must purchaso their dry goods of of Cl.mles L. Wedding, E-- u Buggy and harness cheap. Call and Ho has been secured by tho city. mon at tho churcli beforo interment. Causom it Co, see them. State Central Committee to mnku Mrs. Lucinda Stevens.relict of tho speeches this fall in Indiana for tlio Tho Gasper Bivcr Association con gearedBug-gy- , Bcpublicaus." late Thomas Stovens.diod at her homo Cool Spring Churcli next venes at Col. Wedding was not nominated, in Beaver Dam, Tuesday morning at Tuesday and Wednesday. but was a very prominent man e !) o'clock and was buried at Oosheu is the Convention. Col. 0. M. Burnett, candidato for Cemetery Wedmsday at 2 o'clock. on us. Congress, will speak at the Republic-n- Sho was mio of tho bo it of wrmeii ami Happy and content It a homo ilh " Th her loss wi 1)3 deeply felt by a host Club meeting at Bjd.i lamp with the lichtof tbo morning. & & of rolntivca auJ friends. bight. Come out mid bear him CUlogucs,wrlte Kocheiur UmpCo.,NewYork. SvLccess. UND and HOUND .Miiiiiii Thnuip-Miu- , ca, will deliver a Church in Ilayti for the benefit of will ho charged drcn ten cents. a native of Afrilecture at the M. E. night, on the church. Adults filtccii cents, chil. II. II. Davis, Point Pleasaut, ed to seo us Monday. call- fiom Louisville last Sunday. Mr. und Mis. George Sullenger and Master Paul, Erin, Tennessee, aro visiting Mis.Whittinghill this week. Will Cuiley and wife,Louisvillc,nie his inolhei Mis. Cuiley. Littlo Mei cedes Gully is visiting , Mrs. E B Allen. her Duly, of Louisville, is Miss Je-si- o Mis Sallie Ciiilcy, Bov. Don is, of'fi1.llaliu,Tonnoe, elowd Iiim meeting last Sunday evening with cvcral additions to the Bip-ti- t Church. The following are on the sick list;I)r. Liles, Ida Bagland, Mi- -. J. Tilford and Ciudeiclla Wliitiughill. Ilnrcit Swi:i:r. grand-mother- This Space belongs to Anderson's Bazaar, ), the only Onc-Price-lo-- All Bo-in- the wheels of our business. house in the Green Ulu . oxp-ind- WE STRIVE River Country. No i...... d yes-tcnlu- y pm-lo'ig- good qualities pets, no favorites; treat all alike. our Undo. es CAN SERVE YOU? all . Uonienihei A AND ME Proprietors, HARTFORD, P mer (jloods go at COST. vi-it- n, Fo-te- r, KENTUCKY. Ci-ebi- er Liv-jriuor- i'aih mtos. :o., a'nips. e. saw-log- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Furailurel! lies-da- y. vi-it- Gasoline Stoves. These arc Beaver Dam Roller Mills. of the public is specially called to the completed upon tho most modern plan, improved appliances for the manufacture of tho FJNKST other Mill Products. Positively no money lias been spared to Mill has The attention thing new, and are attracting the attention of the public. Cali jut been fact that this with nil tho FLOUIi nnd mnko it turn n and examine Im-te-- s: them. For Ward Hobos Dressers, Also, we have full line of coal and wood stoves and oranythingin the Furniture General ' .).. Ilour--tonvill- Hockeii Co. MOUTON. - N. N & M. V. R. R. out as lino product as any Mill in tho STATE. It has been thoroughly tested, having been run almost every day since its completion und a portion of tho time at night to keep up with its oiders. Its product has been sold to the best, most scrutinizing nnd particular trade of the country, and it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best bakers nnd mnny 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 hns this Mill been built, nnd to him will it looK for its support. With proper care Ohio County can produce nsgood wheat as any.aud this Mill intends to see that her fanners get the benefit of any efforts thev put forth in this direction. Tho best producls of this Mill shall go upon the farmers table, and if ho will favor it with his patronage and his influence satisfaction will be gnnrautecd to him. We hnvo now one of tho very best nnd most experienced millers in the Green Biver Country, but that no pains may be spared to give the farmer the full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo havo ordered nnd nro expecting every day an expert miller sent by the builders of our Mill to stny with us during the season. Wo shall cerininly consider it a great favor if every farmer in tho County will call on us within tho next CO days and get a sample of our product and our treatment. Wc want nil tho FIBST-CLASwheat that is for sale in tho County nut! if you have it to spare, loud it up, and wo will pay the highest market price for it. DSMill open every day except Sunday. S BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. t TE32nT CIEHiTTS AT THE May-woit- Will huy the hest apple tree on the market. This Nursery has as fine a variety of early, summer, fall and keeping app'es as can found anywhere. New Buggies. NEW trees when you can get them cheaper and and NICE LINE of just as good right Paymers, bring Buggies and Spring us your orders and save money. Wchavc IT IS A HOME INSTITUTION. Don't pay two or'three prices for foreign ol FORSALE f A lot of Poplar and he-or- n White oak Call on timber. 1 Glenn Wedding. Wagons, selected A. L. CHICK & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. with the greatest care which we propose to nnd fmm Trill. Vihv litlotn nfllie Ij (trimip. offer at the closest kind l.hvr ilii'i. lsl.i, lienllh. (lloiubiclie or oilier cum ton xtnm Kli'ctni' kniooii nll.l.J FREE i.ioDi..iiiiit..)T.,.row.ihi.. nR iiinrvR fi FP.TRin rfit prices. Anyone w am iriiu.in'p. Ml. ifmilUfltil. Triune Il.il IlltliOlr. l'rm. li ill!, them, rui nuliilnllo int,imi nimmnlivil J try ll.lt lut lor tear'. ing new rig would II liter' ii.tliliiiicl, nn.iu in ulllniit K.'Urii udrkv. Wnto tiwluy, ui. l.iu'ult, ' do well to call on us. llln 111. JIU)1. Ilrlnill, AkciiIn a speciality We have in a Steel V. M. Adaib, M'g'i- - C. M. PjjNDLinoN.Treas. Koiiijiit H,vccmrs,Clerk which we think -- ' a Superior Buggy. Call RATES: $1.00 TO $2.00 PER Ipi'iih.'ii. Iho lm miller IIIkmiiiiiII'Iii, t t unit miy In Lumo Hack. Kltlnxy ot Hi'iiknoK. i will Kflnl S.I. M. oim mm mid U-- I'n-- t notliint; tf uihI t ini'iiKiire, iirit'v mill lull . VimiM-d- Kill trio to It) to uliock. 1'roo Mi'ilicul .Villrom .ttwi .., ulnl 1 Mlt-li- . Th - Southern COIt. Mil mill JKl'KHltNO.N NT., Hotel DAY- - Hooker Co. ItlHtlM.:, Kl IN CAMP AT PEEKSKILL. ISIS. Hi) eonueeted himself OK IK mid with tlio lluptht church in ,n Inclilrnt orrwilltui) I.lfii AinonpNew Yurk'a Cltlxru .Soltller. whs a jrooil inoiiiliur until db.ith freed FRIDAY, AUGUST HI, 1892. (IRANI) IXDl'CK.MKNTS TO UKA DHL'S OK Jordan Hojrers, from Peekskill, N. him from till earthly labor. For six Y.. wiiH lit tho Great Northern remouths pruvioits to his death ho had cently. HIGHLAND PARK. been suffering from hoart trouble "Tho departure," ho said, "of boiho August 8, '1)2. Exiled, ns it were, of your militia for tho ntuto encampIrom the free unrestricted rights ami orshortness of breath, during which ment reminds mo of u little incident liberties of country life, 1 tun located time ho was faithfully attended to that occurred u night or two before The Presidential Campaign will bo the most intensely interesting and 1 left l'eefcskill, where tho Xow York hero in a thriving little town, n sub- by his wife, children and Dr. Kincli exciting in tho history of tho Coiled States, and country people will bo ox urb of the grcnt metropolis of oloe. Everything in human power boys were encamping. "On this night the countersign was tremuly anxious to have all tho general and political news and discussions Highland l'ark, a beautiful being done to render him comfort'Gettysburg, ' mid soino of tho bat- of tho day as presented in a National Journal, in addition to that supplied is situated on tho h. & N. able and restore him to health, but plateau, tery boys, who were stationed out railroad in Jcllerson county.Kcntucky tho Master had willed it otherwise on tho edge of the bluff, 'caught on.' by their own local paper. To meet this want wo h.ivo entered into a about 1$ miles youth ol the busiand called him up higher to a bluer Several of them bad borne fun with contract with the tho guard after taps, and ono inciness center of Louisville. Our town sky and a sunnier homo. dent in this connection has an espemagnitude in area, is of considerable The writer believes Hro. Brickey cially humorous side to it. It teems 1 miles in length by 1 mile wide. was a sincere, humblu christian and that no enlisted man is entitled to The Leading Republican Paper of the United States, We have about f00 inhabitants, 100 guntlomau, but ho was not without tho countersign. If it is absolutely .'I Manufor ono to enter or lcavo Which enables us to offer that splendid journal (regular subscription necessity Residences, 4 general stores, fault. Ho would Niy many tilings camp after taps he can go past tho price, 1. 00 per year) and T1IK RKPCIILICAN for one year facturing establishments, Planing mill, he should not luvo which ho guards only by means of u pass which Brick Plant, Furniture and Tile was has been approved at headquarters. sorry for afterwards. For only $ I.Jo, Cash in .hlruncc. factory. A.woolcn factory is being In tho battery detail from Brooklyn Tho poor people of this neigh N. Y. Tribune, regulnr price per year 61.00 is a privnto who knows how to mnko erected here alto, which will add very borhood have lost their best friend, tho most of a good thing. ' Hartford Republican " " ' i,or to the progiess of our town. much tho Church its worthiest member, "Ho is n large, well built man, The Planing Mill and Brick Plants Total with u voice to match his sizo, Ho tho neij'hliorliood their host noii'h arc the most complete concerns of children their kind father,tho was ono of several who got hold of bor, tho their kind in tho state, employing 100 'Gettysburg' on tho jiight referred 1.25, wifo her devoted husband. Ho was to. Ho has u coat with n capo fashturning out every kind of hands and them all and ioned much like the regular officer's Subscription may begin at any time. manufactured articles, in their line, always ready to help his purse was always open for the cape. Shortly after taps ho put on This is tho most liberal combination offer over made in tho Cuited for which there is any demand, we his big capo coat, buttoned it closely W. B. T.vvi.. have every facility lor manufacturing needy. mound liU throat, g.tvo his private's, States, and every reader of TllK RKPUULICAN should take advantage cap the crush in tho back whirl), of it at once. Address all orders to oihI and transportation. The L. & N, WIM1M'Mi't'i:litli I))k-iiifurnish us with a switch engine to Liter rninilaint? Nlii!o)rn Vitaliu'rWu'iiiriiiilii'tl moro than tho braid, distinguishes n rurc mi. NM lij Z. Wiitw Hnilliii A II". tho officer's cap after dark, assumed move our freight to and from each I) majestic stride and started for a BROWNING. plant, and the water works, of Louis walk nrQUnri tho camp grounds. Ho Kentucky. Haitfurd, August 11. There has been so was soon challenged by n sentry, ville, supply us with water. Highland Park has a regular form of much said on the Tariff question that Tho conversation which ensued wan something liko tins, ".'. ('nrif'i.Vlee-I'ri'liiclianl Momiri'li, i'tw. government, a Mayor, four Councilinen it seems there is nut much more to be " Haiti who goiM ' said. OWENSBDRO NATIONAL BANK Marshall, Assessor, Collector and " 'A friend.' ' " 'Advance, friend, ami give- tho I will just say that the McKinley School Board, and I will ju.-- t hint, that yours truly has the honor of the mil nas woikcii wonders lor our countersign.' "Tho buttery private walked slowoffice of City Assessor, of course there Amerean people; it has even gone bely forward and said 'Gettysburg' in yond tho expectation of its originator; his deepest bass. is no politics in it else I would have beeu laid on the table or some where it has been worse than a cyclone to "Tho sentinel began to say 'The foreign establishmanufacturing eountojdjgu )'s correct; advance, else, as the entire board is DemocratSeourity For Deposits ; ic and a Republican has no voice here, ments, destioying hundreds of them frieiid,' when tho big private, ussum IS THE BEST. 21 (V ing an authoritativo pose, said however I stand up for the pimciples mid building them up in our own shandy : " 'Don't you know how to hold of (heg. o. p., as I have fromally contry, giving employment to hunFarm-- ! fru).in"- PPR5ALEar JSi'Uh. done, notwithstanding the effrontery dreds of our American people, there- - your pieco when you are talking to (I of the Cassucks, hoping to have the by creating a Letter njnrket at better ' "" nnn-- v ofticorr n ii it 1 1' v "The sentry was in tho correct po- prices for the product of tho Amerpleasure of meeting my old Republiot,9j, nml began to stammer that ho a Specih. a. Mw;u;iu-a).- , can workers and lending a helping ican farmer. Any American citien thought ho was holding prppprly, to vote Free " 'Don't let mo seo any moro of tiis hand in the grand rally for tho re- who would attempt Whole.-al-e D.ialers, carelessness,' said tho private more election of the noble, wise, and patri- Trade on his prosperous neighbor i So-- , CLEVELAND, O. sternly than before. otic Stntcman uud executive, Renja not a true American, but a traitor to " 'Point your bayonet down when .'UOSiipeiiurSst. American interest and min HarriHon to the Presidency, and n regular army officer approaches. He votes to destroy our in. LAVVSON RENO, Cnshlor. most renowned diplomat, Whitelaw JJolrt tho piece in your left hand and Reid, Vice President, and burying dustries and build up foreigners. If salute nt the saino time with your now'rtfij-illationthe Demoplutocracy in defeat and for n laborer, lie votes pauperi-i- u on him- light. Don't you know thn .Man, IV nun regarding tho salute to regire limU'ii r'.onn om oU'runrkor)iniithoM self and liis co laborers. If a farmer ular army officers V ever put a quietus on the party of care" Itrowil's Iron Hitters he votes himself out of a market for which means "Tho rattled seutty admitted that Tl I'lllltN llti M 'trill, ni.l. il Ikfi'fUnn. rt'lunt i' uf bill-- . mult ur.- l.Kilai la. (it Uiogi'iiuihe liU farm produo e. CENTRAL CITY, KY. If a mechanic he that part of his education had been anti American and hinii-el- f Inflected, but added that he would R. R. PAXON, PROPRI TOR. out of a job. If our that is loyal, patriotic or votes profit by the advice given him. Tho progressive. In conclusion let me Free Trad e friends are so anxioti- - to big private left him standing Has just been repaired and newly thorn urge the Republicans all over the do something for the foreigners let with his bayonet pointed toward the furnished. Located pjcjsp to Heimt. country to rail), it is time for muster, them go across tho water and fight ground nnil his light hand in the air. Good (iivo meals or a couple moro "After bolster up the weaker vessels, who are from that side. sentries in a brand new system of it n trial, There are too many patriots in good Republicans, but nre not suffguard duties tho private went to his to ever surrender to a foriciently informed to measure arms tent and laughed himself asleep." with the Shylocks. who sought just eign foe. One of the best evidences Chicago Inter Ocean. iiMiuiiiii, atil nil f.lti.M Itts,tt. I' liliiful to for Mnlu 1: 'l f , iNi Mich prey, hoping to deluge his mind we have that this is the bet country in DO VOt' MAN rt. TO MAlIltV. nr.l.i .!. . . l.ulii trom niifi tl I, ttt nit s inii m utlux .NUW'il Ii) till! Ill); Due, Hi(tti tin iu.. t Mil n tifrtiltiirt'iunl nit an- - Inmi all ut.-null ii 10, in n mntt 'iittii with the white lies of the great reform the world is the landing on our shores t'u tuuiitr) II As little Cal Stephens, of Ossawat-oinie- , lino, ju-- t ii'l oiiti'iiitnt.iiiil m'titt'ti f ltlUHt ' '. II luit, m nf t ntlti-- i ((t f0.) party and either keep him awav from of thousand of emigrants every year Kan., was playing around a tin Ht'jitnt iiiitriiiiitnul iMtr t'alli il OittM.i nl. nit) it iimiiln.it ru n ' iriiti w n i,t 1, well that worked with two buckets, Iliniii'u.)'. vthkli will attniil tun niiirt lifilllittil the polls or vote him. Organize clubs, and that our people are not emigratnl tiiiu. a rope and a pulley, be fell in, carry- enjo)im nt than ) oil litti !liI fur in tn .nli:tiuli III tll.ll iiimiiii inhllf '1111 I. ihlin! H'lfli hit lit HI such campaigning brings about a ing, only now and then a Democrat(otl'iU lit M. ing tho toji bucket down with him. miiiilt'rc'tiiitaiiii liiiiulnil. nf Ittt.r- - Irtiin imiii clo.er tic between the firm and unlliu? ic State Treasurer. "E3233IgH233aJ laitift itiul tft'iitleintwiuimtiiufiirrt'-Jtiiiil- t His screams the attention in m The difference between a Democrat of Bob Lay.-on- 's attracted Bernard dog, llio-- t nf tlittiiiiiitkii; t llint . chiug and makes the week feel brave. big St. hi umiiiii who lm lint fiiMiM lii- ai"iiitt With best regards to my friends in and a Republican is, a Democrat i in Hadley, who, without a moment's lifri'Vtln gn.. niiinirtiiiiit. A'lll . - (iiitv.it rnoin 13, Ik Itil-tii- i trt'tt, Breckenridge and Ohio counties,great favor of taxing the Americans in fa- hesitation, sprang in tho well and .ilt. cither by accident or iutentiou car- Mi". success to the enterprising editor of vor of the Foreigner and tlie Repubried tho other bucket down with licans nre in favor of taxing the For-- ' him, overbalancing and bringing the RKrimi.U'AN, I remain, the eignerin favor of the American". Other bucket with little Cal clinging WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO J. K. McQiamiY. CAM, o.N Quite a difference, ain't it? to it to tho top, KENDALL'S" Aunt Biddy Mi Geo was thoio and Bnnana Pool on tho Sidewalk. J. V. M. rescued little Cal. A ladder was Tho car had passed; but to catch . t t'uljrrli 'unil, IhmIiIi iin.l it he reckoned, c 60011 procured and Hadley was l.ySli(liili'n r.it.irrli INnml. I'rlw Vi(. brought out. As Aunt BiddyMcGeo So he ran like a deer, and shouted nihil lrij.t A Hm. ttr fifont '.. Wat m i.rillin with her nnns around tho wet child and beckoned, and tho dog was gently crying, tho Till lie planted his heel pooplo who had gathered went down On a smooth bit of peel -in their pocKets to got a medal for n Then he saw half a million of stars IOr UiiiictJj' itiriM.our in a second. It I. ttrt In In In iiMj nu I J.., uol Ml.ttr, Jttj.ljircuf Uluiv; Ho was in too groat a hurry; betmi...i,itr,i . i Tliough our moon is supposed to . , ter have waited for another car.There ailU aS 1 Have, t dead and cold, similar conditions For the (inert ami Mott ArtUtic Work, Kendall's Spavin Cure. are cases, however, where haste is i nro hoi assumed to govern all the . she ,:rvt.A,..c.?."C,!"OOD'JIa'MJ'!-,''necessary. If you hao night-swea- ts, k-- J0I1 111 thO Wtellitesof tho sister planets. Somo any and or ttyle. Fretlrrica St.,bdneen l.u.Pnt.J Aiiimt tiirin jmrn npo I ttroto t.i you (it (im.'17 4tii. feverishness, weak sore lungs and a nUvitalicr.fliiitiii wlm I u,i Snatln. Iu.nl of tlioso portaiiiing to Jujiiter are bo- - 3rd . . . H K.ttli.m siuir Kt:nl t'ur.'. bu.I U Heved to emit light of their own, lOr liijulianiiuililiii tin-bucking cough, do not lose an hour COlleCtlOll rttniaiiifuJitl It U Clli'jrwl!Ulijuu.fllt vl nTiIII,, urn-..showing Unit they nro still hot. iXVJ, A.iMt t. Kil.J.il!0.1. in obtaining a supply of Dr. Pierce's OU i However, astronomers are usually (olden Medical Discovery. Delay in w JOHN BOmiOMMR, . i . . - eager to find evidence of life on T such cases is dangerous; it may lie L.Cg'ISlatlire, Will other spheres, even discovering on V7"2SO.SJL,33 a, lid. Zr.Z2T2A.ZZ Kendall's Spavin Cure. IlKW.KII IX tho eartli's attendant orb nppareut , fatal. Before the disease lias made too , tO Call 01 traces of mighty works of engineer-- - Trulriil I'ltUITS ami Ky. yOU Iin. n. J. Kemuli. Co.: great progress tho "Golden Medical Dear Mm- -1 riiu.t .iy tlmt Innco trlcl a Uittli, Owensboro, jug artifice tho imagined creations rf jour Krnilall'it bpavlu Cum nn a tiirrv t car oi.l Discovery" is a certain euro. In Hie Or All Orders From SUuje J'rouiplly a I ill.) lint iim! nil thoriiiiotrilallll.Mpv of races of beings long extinct-su- ch iKitUt. In rtlnotliirf It. Tim l,nrf litlxiirM'tvii trurm.l.l. vtr) nuuu.l.uiijlm. as tho htupendous bridge that ap- - tended to. S7 t . fact, it's guaranteed to benefit or i .niliarilnrkullnrilii. time. llfiHitfullyjouri, E. KwusTowSijKiivriy, Once, pears to span a crater of the moon cure, or money paid for it refunded. aiKl volcano called Eudo.xus. Providence - Hartford Republican USth, PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN '02.' THE REPUBLICAN Ken-tuck- y. -- v Trere's banks Dut New York Weekly Tribune, of violets, Banks of moss. Arjd barjks wliere rrjiriers grope; And b&rjks trjat h&rjdle golden coin., ONE ih:, O lU ft 7 hAIRBANK makesTHE BEST SOAP. t , p. i lftE5 w JAIRFTTF?MHD v i MkTAinnAMKJ&rn ST. LOUIS. tik Ulii We furnish both Papers one year lor i IIA11TFOU1) mU'UllM'CAN, a the-ru?- U.S. DEPOSITORY1 Owensboro, Ky. iviexican Mustang Liniment, Cure for the Ailments of IvLm and Beast. pain reliever. .. use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy.' This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of l'Mijj-tcstc- tl well-know- crs a Co A gents Merchants alty. Interest paid on time deposits licits your business 1 $275,000-- ! wmmmm Accounts of ". Wanted! n Ml'STANO LlNl.MKNT. s anti-Feder- Commercial Hotel, Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. s - ing In ja ji'o'jiM I 1. 11 11 ry .11 11 1111I -- I . I m I I v w(i,f, I I I .1 111 111 M'f'gdEspeci'allyForExERCISIINGandSpEEDING. Pronounced ByAll HORSEMEN To Be WriALEBOK,ST Uii-t- P,''CTULKY CART lNUSE i C.Theo.Cain, ".rlk J I . - Nii-- il tt taxes lOlir delayed Tax Notice! year I Tin-.Ve- i'(-cln! I 1892 are now duo and Ulipaia ' tliail more days by tlie i I . 1 , , For Catalogue- and Pricos, writo tho Manufacturers, - eX)eCt Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN. U.S.A. lliy ,,i Settle deputies at FORDSVILLE. August S. 1 lie short time that, Journal. -- "Seeing Is Belaevii 1 1 & PI have not seen ' unfjn .. societies Jiavo any letters from this place in the Settle- - bceu from tho htart eminently spir-- .columns of your paper I thought 1 itual. They hnvo dealt with fiinda. would write a few lines. U. They have appealed to Uio Wltll thoughtful and uncarnal young man- Farmers are about done cuttinir . COUlltV Will llOCeSSI- - 1,0,xl "d maidenhood with eonil- their grass. denco and success. Moro than that, Wheat threshers are puffing around young Ameri- thy liuvo through the neighborhood. ca's young world's genius for ap- j plied Christianity. Fish for tho Tho Baptist Association convenes yOlir Keurl here, beginning tho Kith, a good Tuiwt O lO.-i- . yu"K with ilgrin'tit it exhortation, Xlllb tl Ulie nud they will ns tho picktime is expected among the memi U, P ' cral fe'""8 nt tho ,loat- - Fish for H. Ci TAVI OU Oi l U them with tho hook of a principlo bers. -- . baited with a definite dutv. and tlmv Tom Wallace's crop of wheat .. kl.,I.L'.r I'll..!,...i in.iii.ii ii '.'. , iihiii. ,..! himi.'ii nil ll are yours. Harper's Weekly. Il threshed out two hundred and fifty ii'ntiti, iMiilii ii in all Mluliilin ll iifiia. 1'iiii' In iiml T.. t nr UilUf at .. bushels. Vtajiifliiliuii i llin. Miss Ophelia Ward, No Crook, is i i visiting her sister, Mrs. D. II. Ward, oM" of this place. 9 I SI v. uliiiiF h'ii1itlii-iillIrt'iliil lit an allrl-- l nf n JHJlatliili, Ht'iltniiK taiiit('i alul ilillitlt Jo. Wallace and wifo, spent SunI H ???;. em) "? ""'.. ilrtil. Ml liniii'.'ntii.ji )(iu' .taiiilniit, allir all day with his sister, Mrs. Nannio imin llrijllni nli. Iui' l.illi'il. Unit tht' tlililiiilt) i.H'ji-ln.ulnl llii. i;MIi' Ii JikHiI, lull) i'iallit'i Craigg. Some of the parties have received tIII t'lU'lllain, tli jitti. l.iv .t uli'l lolilniilil il nf uii' frnin .iiiiiiiiinil jxjijili' niaili'il tut', their puy from tim Ii.R.forthorightof HI y IH. ,t. I'II.M'.U.M:, 'IUioiiki.Wii.Ii. way for tho road to run from h'ords-vil- le and Onlnm rfnhlta curtal at liuuiu wltV to Horse Branch. cutiioln.llookolpnr. tlculariicntl'IlfelL Mrs. If. A. Ward and little ilnugli-te- r, II.M.WOOM,IJY.M.n. W AUul, Co. oaicuiiMwiaiciuiiisu Stella, visited tho family of U.K. Ward, last week. Success to tho Rui'L'W.iCAN and Republican party. Oiii:.v.. - As I I will have to collect! State aild ckri.ii.nBariMi,k Hit- - aild meet the IlientS lie lollottlni; lott ItirllM' lite inimtliM One iloz. I'ltlilui-- l I'lioliiKruiiliH I'lclurei nl Tlirt-Oiic-hiill'il-o. c i:sr tiii: oi.itHI tor i'iioi'imjuaimiiik in Kendall's Spavin t'oiinlry N iiiiikini; llrrrn Cure. rt. C. Kmoiir. Ami a rood lamb must be simple; when it is not simple it is if Oiva these 'noi eooo. Aimflf. words mean much, hut to su " 1 he Kochesier" will impress tins truth moro fjtr.iL'.v. All metal. Vw touch ami seamless, and tnai'u mree mcccs nnlvAr?? p;..-?3:. :rA.....A. ....-- . .i .......... ?..,, , ii ia uvaviuitijr jiiruuu uiwrCi'.K.lvlC. Jil.O AI3llllin J of oltl, it is intleed a "wonderful lamp," U r its marvelous light is purer and brighter than cas licht. softer than electric light and more cheerful than cnlier. ii'l ' I irli'-- H'J.HO rnril dm- - diiNy " " ' I..10 1.00 1.00 n.j.Kr,nAu.cS.,cc,,0,A' Uinta I lint! i rfinotcil nnn ca of liiiiiii Miiitln lili jour Kfnitulla BnatluCuru. libiirriillrrvcniiiiiivLau luull. v. A'.'ri.w. lh.,itrull, I tate promptness on part. 1fi(0 Tliic .f ciiti a.T " ' One Ami llitxinly lliillcry In llicCily ttlirrv llul)H-- nri niitilf. Cull ami nit'. iii.oikji: W. .MATIIIS, UIO Tmtiiil.vi" I. (Ml lit TrlfoJI irbottlp,firalxtx)ttlcafor5. Allilruj. glitf liavn It nr cau ft It fur )un, or It 111 Im it ut toanynddrciion rvcclptiif jirlco by tho .roorlo- toil. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermont ,'...." 't.. .iy j r.noUf,.rthiMlimp-TltnRrx-iiFT- Mt I tliiln Nlrri'l, f zr. Onram itrcliahened and cnlart'twl .mi.. llont topt.'il, LuNt Manhood KcvtorrU, Tarlcocclo, calt tack, loss of memory, dlnlucu, liuil we will Ivaneliu from i)t ui.vn:it rml toil a limji r.ifilv liv ur cUouc ui uvcr J,-tlie UiKeit Umpiiu,c in thttvirtt-u- ' ho.,.!. LA.T11' CO., ili Place, New VorU imiiWIli . ! . DE5.iisrii:ss, NbLPAf-BL A If nii-uit' l . JlBiOO tfl SSsOiOO Mnrklii'i'li'ir 'ii"! TviKi'ir'n irtfrri til lin im lurni-l- i nliiirnt ami ivr tin Ir Hlinlftlliu- - In (lit- - lill'lllt'.K. Sillt' lllnllli'Mli Aftw nc iii.i) Im irnlital.I) tin j.lnjt il al-l!llmiinnnli'llii. II, l JOHX.SO.V V CO 'Ji,tli iiml Malunt,, IIIuIiiiiuiiiI, Va. w EAK AND UNDEVELOPED W6 "Ths Rochester' Faylors"S Cllr. maaiiFu rorou nr 1110 rrun llpuiiMllm. C1.00 per liox ; tlzlnxrifur A written guarantee of turn with cttry fix lioxei. tx'iul to tlie I'K.-VI'lTV NKItlCAl1. O.MI'ANV. aOO North Sccuntl Ntrccl, t'lllla., Va. I.1.UU, Jily DOCTOR 0n WHISKEY; I ilw ffivMSMufMari ManyExclusivelyItsOwn. lJ:SaHTEd ilark & itoitlor, T A ,,IT 18 net DIITV you owe rntiraplfnnit fitin. tho beat Tiihii' lor vm.i innn.v. If lo liypurcjinalnr r.roiioiiiizA in V. I,. lllllll.lll ilnl'Hf tvlilr .(.. n. .Im brat vu ii ti for pilcia u.Util, u tliou.uuU. inni-infitt.iI mit .vaiiii Tho Leading Phoioffrapncr. Pictures la Ererjr Sijle and Site, i buokeyeJjLE OINTMENT: tablersdii c firOltl l'ietu res Copied ami Enlarged 108 .J7wiG A SPECIALTY. Main Street. 5Ms4rrnSj3.00 4.004l V2 50 PS2 :.00 43 50 Mr. - -- - Wi2im & UDIES 00 4sL ! 75 $2.25 BOYS 73 ' rairrBW run rpiLi'yf S( CENTS IPREPAREDBY CHI2.LS Bt FEVER, BILIOUSNESS. ICE HEADACHE AND ALL FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. R RICHARDSON-TAYLO- URE MO. MALARIAL DISORDERS. MED. CO. ST.L0UI5 ' . rart - -- . -- , OWENkllOllO, KY Birth And Doath of Gabriel Brickoy. Ho was born in Botetourt county, Virginia, Januury 'Jlst, lNtif; uud died at his residence, August tho '.hi, at 7 o'clock p. in. He moved to Breckenridge county in 181U and married Miss LoutitiaHamlitoii,.Iuno tho EMOQDiEsEVERr Desirable Improvement ip FOR CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A FLeGAHTLY SEE OUF? ...riNJSHIP fMM inv FOR fiveYears AGENTOR A. Iltirrl. .In lift il THE rMp.r.'il.jlllUUUUSUIi'WI.UllKtlU. SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. (U.i bT.Loris. i HARRIS & EIID, .OTIIKir Hl'KfilAl.TIKS In footwear are of Ilia naniB IiIk'i Kni'Ui, unit rcpretent a muui'y valuo far beyontl tliuprlteiitliarKt'tt. bto that utuno aa4 VtlQQ ttru Imttnin V., W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE centW BEST 8 HOE IN THE WORLD THE MOKEY, A LIVE AGENT WANTEUIN EVERT TOWN fmmsm i HAKUKIIS. Opposite Sulor ami nuar (Jlovorport Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. W. L. 1'oUKlua, llrotUtou, TAkrlMtHlJIISTITIJTE. Dlumn, SoU tif HOOKER & TABOR, Kusine, Ky. 4MBHiHBBMiaBBHaaMamaMa