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SUBSCRIBE roll Tin; Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARTV IN THE. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERMS $1.25 Per Annum, h REPUBLGAN Adncce. K sss VOL. V. ttARTrORD, $1.25 per year. KYM FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1892. ps NO. 4. legislative, executive and judicial apdosen't change him now from n good FALLS OP ROUGH. PItOFKSSlOXA L CA III). propriation bill, allowed his pay and old Republican to n Democrat. You The people hnvo naturally expect(f oTirnor ..I. V. llrimn . m3d.-X7-inM.O.AIf.ird Tho Kontucky Post Sizob Gov- - mileage for the Fortieth Congress, An Attendant ot tho A. A. will have to try something else ed un answer from mo sooner, but Lieutenant invenir (if Hindi in which he did not pcrve a single rubbing hiiu, if your nerves nre owing to the condition of affairs it or Brown up in Grand ATTORNEY AT LAW, Assembly Writes thoHor-ai- d AN'.. I. ilendrick Attorney Oeiieral day. That bill went to a conference not too sensitive. Stylo. I. Norman has been impossible forme to answer HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Auditor up and' Expresses committee in Congress, just as did the ......Mi Dry Hull' Treasurer He says the thoughtful, intelligent Reformer's little bag of wind that he His Opinion ot tho ...II. It. Httntiirii Register of Lniidlltllie., J,,. II, WH.MM,. negroes nre leaving the Republican turned loo-- o in the Ri:puiimca.v some FllANKKDHT, Ky., Aug. 20. A. J. firm. Tho revenue bill in the Senate. There Adjutant General ..... Treatment Rewere over (iOO amendments to the ....I I. Thorn-o- n Mupt, I'uMir luiructlon. party. I am n negro, 1 read more timo ago. Now, Mr. Reformer, for is Governor's veto of tl.o revenue hill ceived. t. Addiims bill. That conference report was negro literature than the writer, I as- God's sake tell the people how you and ..K PiilkJolunMsi Millulmoibt the folc topic of !ifcnsioii. Public I'rlnliT HARTFORD, KY. The GovernoH in not hnppily sitimtcil. adopted without any yea and nay vote .Iit. JCi droit. A lew days ago my sociate with the negioes more than he your colleagues can ever take the old (Office, ntir AiKlirson'ii llniaiir.) much less by a majority of the mem attention was called to a htupcmlous docs. Jt is the pest of our people, the broken down politicians The election law, tho Worhl's Fair Wlllprm-ticwhom the old tl tin tho ooiirtu o Ohio ninl berrclcct of the two houtes of Con- statement from Jupiter, the Hart- financial cufl'.the plebes who leave the parties havo kicked out of mill i'oint or. Circuit Court mini lies the tit Miiml.1) In May appropriation law, thejinlipial the politiSon'iil .mention unin to ornimml proetiif nrnl and NovemlH.-rgress. nntziy I. I'l.iltl. ford Herald, naming the Republican ranks. What can they hope for in cal fight and said we will not trust collu'tlon, law, the local option law, ami Juge.'...rt ('oiiiluoliucallh's Attorney loe Noe The final proceedings in this mat" Convention au "Africa American your yarty, hut it s ' llnnlwii k other important lawn enacted by the abuse like them, nnd select them as leaders and Clerk......,....: J 1' Horn tt CiMallier Legislature were all panseil, as wan the ter is found on page 077 of the jour Assembly." I wish to unswer some youlmvegiven himin that week's issue, you take them and select them as , . cotrxTwa- nal of the Hotibe of Representative of I I' Morton Judge . things that were said, and with care- a real nice scorning and humiliation leader and make a party of purity. re vviiue hill, antl me all open to the I' I. Fell Attorney Hi. .in llnlbrouk HARTFORD, KY. Clirk hut the Governor the second session of the For- ful scrutiny of Jupiter's literary ha and dis recognition of citizenship. A Such doctrine ns you and your colMime objections; H C Tii) lor Sheriff e l.i profer-lo- n In Ohio .tn.l lallrr..... ....l I'Tomsoii approved them all. The Governor'-- ) ty, fourth Congress, dated March .', rung tie and the acted occurrence of negro who reads your articles, or leagues teach is enough to destroy Will niul tho court I'oiirtconvtne. the l.t .Monday In est h inutili 1877, and is us follows: ffifi2F'-&ftr,i- t hears of them, anil then can drink your vision nnd return tho sow to her nttentlon Kltentocollictlon'.of Appeiil.. spiem WM that lay add approval cannot give validity ton law "Mr. Hobnail, from the comuiitte then nppcar to you that he was very your Democratic water and eat your wallowing place and the buzzard to Olhoo norlli mill' 1'iiUic nimic. 2 7l 'iiiirl coiivhics tin' Jnl .Monday In January, not constitutionally puci-ed-. So that r , July and Hi if the Governor is rijjht in hid chief of conference on the disagreeing votes unkind, inconsiderate and illogical Democratic bread, politically, and its vomit. You speak of having se Oturt of Claims. li. li.rit'FKV. II. II. HIMJO. Court Ik.'Iiii tin' lt Mon.liy In tjl;r nil objection to the revenue hill, we have of the two ho uses on the amendments in all he has said, In the first place gulch douwii your candidates, he lected n plnco for my baptism. Now January. 6s of the Senate, numbered 70 and 77 to no new judicial dintrictH ami elections it could not have been an Africa has a bladder made of leather and a 1 will say to you and your colleagues, sttoxscss's esrrwro. the bill of the House 1477(legislativc, American Assembly, unless its plans stomach lined with sheet iron. courts held InMarch, June, oh, ye 111 me new uiniricia win ue void, we return before the Hiitl leci inter, a. per dates upfiosiiellit-name-Will Fhom Yomt Nixmo Fkicvii and line of deinnrkation is drawn ami liinllromti of Ohio .lmlioljoiniiiu had been operated entirely by the have no new election law, and the No executive, and judicial appropriavV Turner, f. 4,4, 4, roiinlii-Kniul hi tjui nor t'ouii iiml Con rt of An- ui lorn. ij MpKIihiIp),4,:i, .1, :i. A. A. Asi:miii,y. you nre barred out. You speak of iM'iiiv i oiieotlon- - mi'l nil lemil l.iiin- i- ntlcmlril vemher election en mint he held by tions) reported that the committee negroes, the largest part of the assem- ArnisiiANTOr-'TiiiWTaylorcini-liiUtllli. c, .No. 9, oier Anilciwnfn ll.iai.ir, Hurt- 2 7ly the corruption iu the old parties. fonl, Ky Hi, in, lit, li., secret ollicial ballot. bly being negroes and the greatest We have no were unable to agree." (P.T Kenan, it, 11,11. II. w M.S. I HARDINSBURG. Mr. Garfield moved that the (loura , part ()f u World's Fair appropriation law, anil Why sir, your party was horn and oiccri fg0 being negroes, t I'. It. llUll, lllllsl.lMl . Atiir.KI. - ThoHreckonridiru cotin- not ncont of Cciiturky'd money can recede from its disagreement to said and to any attempt ol asserting any reared iu filth and corruption. This is i:.l.i Miller. , I, I, I. Vhiiuia-ri.-, .1, ty Teachers Institute met hero last Koal.ruitf, ', 1. 'i. ainendiucntsot the Senate, which mor). ATTORNEY A! LAW, be paid out for WorhlV Pair of those things as facts will fall clearwhy you seem to understand the bus(j w rtoinMwii'tuMt'. week. Tho Teachers Institute of r.. 1'. rt Iliiiiidl.T, b, 7, 7 iness so well. You may think there Wc have no general local op- tion was agreed to. ly to earth. IKZ-SJ. II 'I' Id in 1. ii. a. 6. o. U.STIesn, this county has greatly deteriorated in is Ordered that the Clerk acquaint 1 I'll In) lor tion law, ami no wherein Kentucky time enough yet to repent between Everything said relative to the lurgc in the hist three or four years. There I, (H I. Kulki rwm, li. II, now and November, but remember can the people vote on the ijucstion the Senate therewith. number being negroes, Ac, was just 12. IR. Wed.d.i:ng-, 4C li Wnuimnil, II, II, Hi ltw truiir. Mr. Garfield moved to reconsider exactly turned around. (.lifii W ltoe con. tulle. y is tho accepted time and if of the eule of liquor. There was wore something lilo nighty Teachers W'M in attend.ineo.soiiio of whom are exulr),U,lu, U.'i. War) the Governor right when he the vote last taken, and also moved you hear his voice harden not your only a fe'vv negroes, unless the writer II KMjtr, in. , i, ", ttl-K- . W I'.Mill. ri'oiiMi.l.lc, that the motion to reconsider wishes to rob the white Republicans traordinary intelligent. Tho probigueil the bills mentioned';' henrt. The venernbe gentleninn tries That he be laid on the table, which of their color because they were ceedings however throgliout the week hard to make the people believe (Office in Cronder IliilMlnjr.) was clear, ami he is wrong now. that Will practice hi prorcniion Iu court- - ol latter motion was agreed to. Pnllre Coiirln. s the Third Party hus nothing to do Ohio nnd adjoining voiintlo. nil the JViili.ry it requires of the among the negroes, and in doing this were very insipid. Also v.nw(y No one rocognieod this fact more with the F.L. it U.organization.This, Public to each Ilotifc to pnsx a claimed that he himself and a lew of llival.-J- J Jilt hell, Jii'lK't H I" Taylor, Servant Girl Problem. than the Teachers themselves. It however, shows ignorance on the .Sec, 10 of the Constitution pro C.mwiii..'--N (I'liloijro Inter il.'oin. his Democratic friends were the only l! H111I1I, Judgr; J W Daniel, hill. IIIHI lllt. --MI. -"Still the servant girl problem white men there. that part of the gentleman, for anybody become a law He said it was seems to your correspondent vide: "No bill 1, I.iiIiIiiimiJii'Iiii". J i" A lliiiliiii;, Khi iii ATTORNEY AT LAW, with one eye nnd half sense can readunlcw, on its final passage, it receives hangs over all the land," wrote Mrs. nauseatinc to the senses of white men. an Institute could bo made very W I. II mklln, judge, W I'Tlmnm-- , marshal and entertaining. ily see that the Farmers and Laborers the votes of at lea.t of the l.avima Hargis in a paper recently ' Vo would have him understand that Iteosmst. Klrkit. Id il, judifr. ItmiM. II U Criil r JuiiK'l Will rnfticililpriftiiuii In ml tho Courln ol members elected to each limine, and read before the Columbian House - the white Republicans have lost their Tho time has been when such was Union is the foundation of the Third lunl.lul. Oliinnml niljolnlnir lountlrx, nnd Iu the Court of J he a majority of the members voting, the keepers Association, "discoursed up. Olfactory nerves when it comes to mo case m tins county. citizens Party. Why sir, you could not get AppcnN. s.ni Inl attniilon imi'ii to i Oilier CuiiiiI) Wnirrrx. Ollice, ow-- Willi iiii, II, ,v Cd'h vote to be taken by yeas and nays on in all domestic forums, including politics and cannot smell the unplea- s- ' f this town are willing to help in the anyone to believe your statements no J II Will.. iurnjur newspnppr columns.but never solved''. aut oder. If the negro like they (the ' matter and if it was so desired by more than the toad by tho wayside ami entered in the journal.'' t; W I'Hrnitt ..... A. .for '. .. ,Jnf It llotfrr" The practical point in this paper Democrats) have lost when it comes Institute could enliven it with good could snap coals of fire. You say I See. .r).r) provide "No act, except ... J W Itm.lli-t',rnuer was n proposal to organize in Chicago to the ballot box or voting day, rub ' music. Never a note was sounded have blind teeth prejudice, you are begeneral iippropriatimi bills, :ss-- s come a law until !)0 days after the "an Emergency Rureau with a regisin the one just passed. Durimr the talking out of your head, for you bing and patting nnd arming a newrosicixrx'. adjournment of the session at which try, where competent women might gro around nil day until he votes. proceedings only one address was have been blinded and lead by the thinl kii.I M. i:. 'liiiri'I..Noiilli.-.aem- ?r. of em- leave their address, as being willing The writer must know that the ne-- J delivered and that by a gentleman Third Pnrty principles until you belotirll. Smnliy lurirli month HuhUiili.liool nl it wni passed, excepi in cuec Vu'i'liMk niTy .kiunlii) .imrnin. ltn. K K ergency, whet., by a conciirrenee of u to go out and get up dinners, or cook gro has made a tew more steps ot outside of the Institute. In fact thero lieve that prejudice ami misrepresenrnto.l'.i.lor. iioii.I Niiur. majority of the member selected to up supplies, ordu-- t and put houses in tation is nil the go, and the people llMnllm l,liiirrli.-nin,- ii of his kind ami has said it was no program at all, consequentilnT mill Silli'lK). Mlilll..wl.oiil rtiT) .uorniiint virtliH'k. Ki'i J. . I olt'.ntMi, i'niir. each Hoin-- of the General Assembly, onler, for certain prices per hour or takes leading around and white man's ly nothing had been prepared and are beginning to see that the Third I'. P. ll.urrh. S run'. tirt 11ml fmirtli by a yea and nay vrte, entered upon per day of say eight hours." sociality ami rubbing to have him there was no'hing to hear, except Party is leading them to ruin nnd deHumU) In iA( I. iiioii.ii htlMmtli.ix'lionl lit 'I (lYlot'k vrt) fiiuiilii) inoriiiiii:, l Hi v. 11. It. Mi'lM.ml Piiii. their journal, an act may become :i Mrs Hargis is chairman of commitvote he must have more than one remarks ot a desultory nature. Prof. struction so fast that many havo de) riirKi M. K. Chiirrli, rirr) i.tlil Snlli.itli.iH.lioul nt u . m. law when approved by the Governor, tee No. U, Columbian Association of day's worth of it. The negroes have Carothors conducted tho proceedings serted the Third Party and are comN Nlonr, I'n.tor Hrr.N back to the old parties, hence OFFICE OVER RED FRONT for the emergency Housekeepers, a division relating to had the rheumatism nnd they need a nnd did woll,biit ho had nnJ hut the reasons flrt Alphn ltnllt, no support ing lliirilMiiiiiln) iii;nlOKtnii nlitlit. IIiiIiImiIi.hpIiooI they have cut their eye teeth and are that justifies this action must be set npplied household science. Her time great deal of rubbing and I think the of any consequence. This ii9i)ViM'k 1 m. ltrr.J J. I leiuiux rn.t.r. state of Is prepared to do all kinds of I vc out at length in the journals of each ly suggestions have met with approvRepublicans arc skillful physicians affairs should not eist. Thero is a able to see their degraded condition. Dental work at reasonable prices. " al, and the proposed Emergency Bu Rro. Reformer, wo havo the Govern House." and will put up a neat job, nt least I screw loose somo where. ment Mills rented this year and will All of the bills mentioned contained reau will open itshcadqtiaters at room hope so. It seems that tho writer is If tliu last Institute is the best that A. J. SLATON, M. D., he able to rent them again in Novemafraid that they can't get any to rub. can bo had it had better bo emcrgcimy clauses, and in each House 03, No. 17(" Dearborn street, abolished (Monday) at 11:30 o'clock. Office I tell you, sirs, you rub them too leceiveda majority of the votes of all ber, so prepare your little boat and be & as far as the good of the county is tliu members-eleready to launch her in Salt River, when pasted. Each hours will be 10 to 12 each day. Roth hard when you.sturt, you are into big Formerly of .Millwood, now located at Leitch-fielconcerned. The teachers are put to offers Ins Drofenmonnl services to the people for about that timo you will have to of the hills win amended, and each of those .who employ household help and swivit you must rub it negro a little an oxpenso and receive nothini in linijuon nnJ vljoininx counties. Office in make your trip up said stream never the amendments to all of these hills those who desire employment are re- nnd often. (the Jjr. Hadon property.) Mly return. to return any more. Tho venerable wa concurred in by two. fifth of the quested to call and register. It is beHe said nfter some dickering, Dan. Messrs. Kendall and Cholf, Demmembers-elec- t gentleman imagines great wonders. of each Hout-e- . None lieved that this systematic arrangeI F. Trucy wns made Chairman. Mg SECRET ORDERS. will enable housekeepers have just learned the newly coined ocratic candidates for Comtnon-wealth- 'ij He reminds me of a toad sitting perchment of the amendments to any ot tliet-Attorney addressed a small ed on a log just nfter n needing special assistance about their definition for dickering, which is when bills related to thucnieigency sections. shower of Cicero m:rwi:i:N Maxwell Camp, No. :tl, lp.irl tneiit ot All of the amendments contained, or work to get skilled workwomen on the Republicans have a Convention, crowd at the Court House Saturday. rain, who imagined the henvens hud Kentucky, met taut Hartford, Ky.,eeoiid Saturday LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, cm h month nt I r. m. short notice, and those who are pleas- ttud elect a white man Chairman and Their remarks were confined to opened its faucets just for the purpose related to, matter that required only C, M, lliavrTT, Captain, wint iu regard to their own dear ofg'tving him a hath, Jas. I,. Home, S 'recant. vote to pas. On its pas. ant variety of location, and yet mainhut in conclua a white man Secretary nnd n negro matters PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars sage in the Hoin-- the revenue hill re- tain their standing above that of ordinssistnnt, it is dtckcry, I have farth- solves ami wore not thereforo over- sion let me suy, if you nre a good Gr. J&.. 13. TO FltOM AND and efficient preacher you had better ceived G7 votes. As there are 100 nary household servants er lenrned some grammar, it is the ly interesting. J. WmstiotsriL I'ost, Jio. , Htpartuunt o I he Harrison I.OIIIHVII.I.II.MKJIl'IIIN.VUKNIIl'K '1 ho idea of this Emergency Rureau and Hold Club at return to its sacred calling for iu the members, of course that was a majorsingular form ot negro. It now stnnds Kentucky, meets en r) third Sntiudn) nt o'clock IIATON IIOIIM.nnil JVKW OHI.KAVr, this place, which now numbers 1JJ5 Third Pnrty politicnl cnlling you la Mrnililn. ity sufliciont to put the emergency sec originated nt Fredonin, New York. according to tho writer's grammar tiro r. h,, Iu Court'IIoiise, I.cltchtii Id, Ky. I'. 8. HiU'Nr.K,C'oiii. wild-ey- ed will the custom of servant singular negroes, plural negro, for members hold a entirely a fnilure. Now Mr. Reformtion into effect In the Senate the It whs H.A.McSiuui.AdJ. The Quick and Desirable Route bill received 20 votes. As there are girls io leave the villages for large there was only one negro who made a meeting at the Court House er, nfter tho nbovc, you are not satis., 'lO AND FHOM We want a fied just toe the ecratch and wo will .'18 Senators, of course- there 1'iinTos .Miiurnv l'ni-- t No. l,IicwrliiH'iitofKen. was a cities, and the housekeepers were of. speech, unless he calls the other next Saturday night. New York I'luliutulpliiii Hitltiiiiora lucky, meets every Salurdiy the second big crowd. When wo mention the havo another bout. majority sufficient to carry the emerg- ten iu severe straits with their work; speeches English, American, CaucaWild Bilk WnnliiiiKtiin Norfolk Old I'oint On.lort Bund.iy at IU o'clock a. m. In the at so they met and arranged to engage Itivliiiiiiiiil IIiiIImIo CIiivu1iiih1i fact that an address will be delivered C. Ciianbi bun, l C. section. Hartfoid, Ky. The conference report, J. ency There was no hissing sian negroes. SIIII.OII'NOATAItKIIItcmcd)-.-po!Uth't'lllu.lo CIlilHKO llllllllllHllllU .I..M, Ilisiioi', Adj. which contained all the amendments and pay special help by the hour. nnd stumping of feet except that by the popular young Attorney, J. ruin Tor t'.itnrrli, Iiiphllicrl.i and ClnoliuiHti l.oiiisillu Cnstorn and Northoastorn Points which were adoptetl, and which con At present bright, intelligent girls which was made by the negro, says P. llaswell Jr., we know that that SoMlij 7.. WiijnoOriffin A Urn. mill .MeinpliU VickaburK Kut.iti ItoiiKv prefer work iu factories, or stores, or he. Negroes have large feet I know, will secure an attendance. This Club tiii:ii:v. ur.o.ir.THA'VKii.oniouihoii Now Orlniiif .Motnlc l.lttli- Hook Hot tained nothing whatever concerning offices, at less wages, rather than to but a few negroes' feet could not is going to cut a mighty big swath tiid.,nii)s: "Until iii)siiraiidttifeoeoiir Hies Spring mill piliit. in Went Tcntiea- - the emergency declared in the bill, was ttoNIIII.Oll'N '0Nt!.MITIO. flHK. Mi.fUtlppl adopted in the Senate iiy a voice of 1G enter any family as servant; and it is have made all that noise. If this was this fall. m'u Tcxim ArkuntHS Sjoldhy Z. Wh)iiu(IiiIIIuA llro. to their credit that they maintain that Louiiliitui nrnl tliu South n ml to 10. As l(i is of .'!8 Rev W. R. Snead is engaged iu n an A. A. A.', as he calls it, it show Yet many of these would feeling. SOUTHWUST. Hin J. Soule Smith, the editor of members of the Senate, of course the the intelligence of the negro, and we highly successful revival at Kenans : i HEltVrTorltC take up some branch oi household Fetter's Southern Magazine has as ciiuippcU nrnl in amendments received the consult)-tutioua- l TWo llt.o tliorottglily negroes nre willing to accept.' it, Chapel. RontN Hood. economy, like cooking, dinner servuxcul-len- t editorial the September number a Rather Bo Without Bread. . XI tlr.t.cliifs cuiulitiiii, mid )inivlilesiiii majority in the Senate. In but we have some regard for the veBisnor'a Husidk.nck, Marquette. Mich., I ing, house cleaning and arranging, nrriingdinctit in time ntid tliroimh cur thought in connection with the Hon. f Nov. 7, lSsU. the House tho conference report was racity of statement. We negroes saw BEAVER DAM. A ricATUKK ii tliu tltnu nnd coiiMiniuneu Tho llev. J. KoiiMel, of above place, writes: work were elevated to tho digui-t- y Aug. 20. We nre glnd to see B.F. W. C. P. Breckinridge's invitation to I hvo mllcred a great deal, and whenever I feel the propiity of endorsing Col. J. S. As by tho Limited Express Tralm, adopted by a vote of 41 to ill. tucurud of a craft; and their services would R. Wedding, whom you would tho opening address of tho Cobow a nervous attack coming on I take a dose. of 100, of course tho )ni.y.a nkiiit's kiiik butweon LouUvillu II is call Gray out ugaiu after several days con- make Kocnig's Nerve Tunic and feel reottcu he invaluablo to housekeepers, lumbia Exposition at Chicago, which ol 1'astor think a groat deal of it, and would mill Memphis, vnil the bant and quickest amendments received the constitulieved. I an able, energetic party-man- . That finement to his room. especially in tho strait of unexpected t.rvlcu butwvun tliu two cities ovorotlercil. should appear most forcibly to tho rathir be without bread than without tho Tonic. Miss Jessie Smith, Hartford, visitis the kind of a man we want. tional majority in the House. inrunnn-tloHint nil TiokrtK.TIuiP-Tiilili'Well Sutl-ilecompany, or the sudden desertion of upholder of personal libircurril ly nlly lux to J. ll.Tlrlirnor I don't )elievo sir, that the writer ed relatives in town last week. Thero is absolutely nothing in the Walteus, Tex.. Oct. 11, law. Asciilnt llrmrr lliu.i.ur regular help. About l!j years ago my sou had tho first atwas a wake when ho wrote. Governor's objection. Our banker, J. H. Barnes, has re- erty and as well as to the political Possibly W.H.ProQlT.Gi&'l fin. A?t..LouitTillt, Et. It has been arranged to hold a tack of eplleptio dizziness nnd sudden illness. The Louisville it Nashville Itail- he had gone oil in n state ot boiii. turned from Carrolltou where he has economist of the country. It is a mas- Five different doctors did him no good , uu the g oi housekeepers and worse, and tho attacks Ills road nominated Rrown lor Governor. niloqueuco and dreamed that Harris- been for a few days visitiug to his his terful production ami one worthy of contrary,mora caso grewand eeviro until he oven troqueut bioutue working girls, under the auspices of this thoughtful writer. I.OIIINVIM.t:,NT. l.OUIN ATKX. K. K. The rcvenuo bill taxed the entire bad i to li attacks daily. After taking 3 bottles well it's a special friend; he is all on was elected and the negroes had the of Pastor Koeuig's Nervo Tonic thu stacks the association, some time iu October. smiles to day. franchise of that coroporationhat world, and a political machine makUENltY F. M UKLLEU. "IIACKMKTACK,".! lastliu; mid Imuran entirely ceased. ng Lonmillerst. Louis I Texas ailiaj. several topics .Auhis Vuliiiiblo Hook en Nervous S. L. Baird, of Kiuderhook, visit perfume. 1'iiic ii ami 60 cents Sold Iiy Z. out of tho State ns well as in it. ing a new one a second hundred rroo io any mures, will be discussed. First, why aro wo Wuyiu. Grlltia A llio. pour patleuts cm alo obutq C. H. Stevens, The tender 'solicitude of tho Govone for Clevelaud. I tell you, Mr. cd his brother-in-lauieillcino free of charge. dC'liniilll.K IN KFFKCT NOV. 1, lfc'll. hero, who is to blame, who is responTsu.61, 'o.o.l, ' i,. lieen prepared bjrtlie This Editor, we negroes are smart for he one day this week. ernor for the L. & N. is explained by lllll lUNI'KI'NIA nnd l.ltcr Complaint Pssior reraodvlia run iiitvnu, mu. .into Revirend .? hju HOClllK. fully. I'illy. WtoT IKltTNli. sible? Second, from the housekeepyou hue it printed uunmtitcr on every lioitleol Is uow nrepurod uuilerhts direction by the said we adopted a few stereotype resthis fact. This is the alleged discrimJohn Payner, a former citi.en ot Bliiluli'H Vit.llwi. ft.ldbyZ Wayne GrininAIIro .:M , m. 7:15 n. in. I.y. Inilnvlllf ers' slandpoint; from the servant girls' KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. min. in. 7.2H i. in. ination against home corporations of standpoint. At the evening meeting olutions, when the negroes got oil' into this place, but now of Tennessee, is Wrt I'oii.t p. in. which tho message u.17 n. in, Sold by Druggists at 9 1 per Dottle. 0 for B0, llrunilonlrtiri! The a petit jury room nnd wrote up some visitiug relatives here. complains. Pilcs.sore eyes.cracked lips.chapped the topics will be: 1. hi. s:7p. in. large 81ze.1.75. 0 Dottles for SO. First, the possiIrviuKliin resolutions, not copied, .they nre John Nave, wife and daughter, hands, and all skin eruptions nre cured I0.il a. in. U.ltl p. in, bill increases the toxes of the L. it N. bilities of amelioration UtrplirtiKIHUt through tho by Dr. Fenner's German, in (In. in. u.lil p. in. over $.'500,000 per yciir, us General t'lowrort stereotyped, ro sootier than adopted. Bessie, started on the excursion to ttEDTIXqClUTT. MUST 1.1 'f Htwvnillii organization of working woman. 11:11 ii. in. lo.lii p. in, Warranted to satisfy or Money refundThe hill also does A negro convention now has he. Old Point Comfort, tho Kith. u. in. it.:il p. in. Rash Duku claims. UvilKporl Mat ed. For sale by L. B. Bean. 2 It Second, business uspects of the quesMrs. C. II. Stevens is visiting relU: 10 p. in. 11:11 p. in. not give the Governor tho appointcome a great machine of mctalic maOwm!.ro tion, Third, mural aspects of tho 1.IH p. III. ll.U p, in. MiHitt.wlltAs for platitude, the atives iu Kinderhook this week. ment of 1 111 Auditor's agents to elecchine work. Ar. llm)dt-roIM p. m. Vi 'M iin. question; and 'then' there will be a tioneer for him for United States Sengreatest platitudo I havo seen is the Misses Cinderiilla Norris and Zel-No. Si, No.M, summing up of the whole matter. All Herald. Would tho writer explain ator. These nre tho real grounds of iHii'y Dully. KHTIU)IIN!). Siunett, of Whitesville, visited the ministers of the city arc to bo CREAM the veto. himself upon disgusting familuarity relatives in town this week. 7:13 u. m. 3: Up. hi. IIhhIitxoii l.. tjpntt.villt' iuvitcd to bo present; tho servant girls 7M7 . III. ::1T p. in. The L.it N. Railroad has received of the white man and negro? S. C. Stevens visited relatives in It t . Ownui'oro... ami housekeepers; shop girls, nnd all 8J7u. in. 4:i'i p. in. might havo been very repulsive, us he Grayson county last week; while thero I.cwl.iorl ''"J ii. in. A.uii p, in, its roward for nominating Drown, woman earning wages; the, woman's 6.:tu i. tie JUjiHUii " ii. in. .. The Govenor has much to say said, but not repulsivo enough to re ho took in the Grayson county YEARS FOR clubs, and all labor, associations. I""! a. in. fi.7 p. in. Cloi'rpoit Htfpht'inport, ' "1 ' ' Gl19 !' ' about a yea ami nay vote to be recor- Thus it is hoped to get together pell the Democrats out until Col Teachers' Institute. Has lod all Worm Remedies. ...,'. : ll.W li. in. 7.09 p, in, ded on the jouriiul, In this matter Wedding began to shoot. Mis. Lucindn Stevens died on the EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. enough people who have given thought ll:Au, m, 7:31 p. in, wDr.niUiiburg'.... is aguiust, him. I am sorry that there were only 10th, sho lived to a ripe old nge nrnl the Govenor's-recorSOLD EVKUYWIIKltE. M . Ill, ViM . in. U'i'.t Point to the subject to thoroughly and inrrpr.dl.jllKIUKD!.0I.UrUIII)llU. lo bT.lUCIS. Ar. I.uiilnvlllti l:il i. in, u.ui p. III. John Young Brown was excluded wns a very industrious, useful woman about three or four well-breCauca telligently discuss it. i sians, according to his statement iu and she will'bo greatly missed. She NIIII.OII'MCiiroiiilliiniiicdlatHlyiclleie croup Tiii No. SI itinl No, Al muke toiinrotlon ut from the Fortieth Congress: but when will. Iriiln. on l.oula. Inlngton (HuniLy Rrown, ut the second session of the Ohio Breeders Association. the Court House that day, and he leaves two sous and a host of friends whooping ioiijiIi mid luonchitls. Hold h; ' FO TDK 11.0 D, yIIIb, lUrJiimburir A WeitiTu It. It., emit Mini Wayne (Irilllii A llro. Weakness. Malaria, idlgcitlou ana ed Forty- - fourth Congress voted lor tho or wato mourn her loss. Mr.'W. B. Fnsig Prea'tofthonbove would have been not bouml. For furllier Inforiiiullon, uililre.n Dlllouiiioss. take II. C, HOIIIiUK, il.n. t'u'r Ati'l. electoral com mission bill and voted to Association at Cleveland writes, "I tered or choked ono if he hadstayed to ikon rrrru1 b. BeavcrDam can soon boast of a four WHY WIM. YOUcoimliuheiiHIilloli's Cue For salo It cures qulc!:lr. genuine. . - till dealers lit I.oul.f ilU, Ky. tin As. for tho better story hotel. complete tho electoral court, after tho have known Quinn's Ointment for hear Wedding. Preparations aro being villi slvi'tiuiniiliato relief. Price 10 ct., bo U medicine nnd 31. Sold Ly Z. Wayne llrlttiii A llro. Commission had given tho notes of years, somo of its cures have been litclass of negroes, 'allow me to say the niado to take tho' top off of tho Cennrt Onltun K&liltfl and WiJlalcey Habits) Louisiana, Florida nnd Oregau to tlo short of miraculous. For all en- - writer is getting vory clever now but tral Hotel and put two stories on top A1U. YOlf .MAOi: misrrahlK hy Indigent Ion with- cured at bumo cured at home with. ou t pat d. noon oirr outtialn. Hook of par thep larjrenicnta that just coming on, or of telling the negro ho Is well bred and of the large building that is already Constipation, iiiuss, loas of Appetite, Villow instead of Tildon, Hays, tlculanKDtFBEB. ticulars sent tKKK. Skin? Shiloh's Vltaluer Is u poilUtc cure ttU.WOOI.I.EY.M.U. II.M.WIXH.I.KV.M.U, calling him better class near elections there. Brown was, by an amendment to the recent origin, it is iufalible.' C. Hldly Y. WiiyiiellriltluA llro. n wvqnamre. Auwu.oi.oai Whitehall 3t, State Directory tocrt-lar! HELLO, GOV. A. A. ASSEMBLY. pei-ha- J Eowe Cli-rl- covitt: anjEsrssr. I , Irprnfo-.lonliin- iiiljol.iltn-eoiintli'- reilis-trictiii- iiiii-n- l first-clas- covar. -- Smitla, j.ut Law, Attorney 3"araes prm-ll- i osvsr. . -- A lol-r- . G-liff3- r Eingo, hack-slide- r! Attorneys at Law. prm-tlc, : c, .ill Hli-- t 1 Perry Westerfield -- pur-potte- 1 HAETPOK1D, Attorney at Law, two-filth- iticm-bers-el- ect . 1 Ij. Eareavrin, marshal,-II.HTiiiv- h. two-fift- Hartford- Ky. drug-tor- , .11 ) ! 1 i- WSiTEi 3:r:a: e DENTIST. -.-. fiiipf fjpPpP&jjf - Physician Surgeon, ct c Sons of Veterans. 111 two-fifth- s 1 court-hous- e f.incei-Moiil- - KSfer M two-fiitth- s -- r two-fift- n fair-mind- U. mass-mcetin- muss-meeti- FREE1 UK 117 Eye-Salv- e. T. - ma You can get the Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. WORMS WHITE'S 20 VERMIFUGE d d rxci-ptnl- ) well-bread- . b- - WHISKEY wl OPIUM Hartford Republican ruBLisiiKD else is responsible, Down with ocartic mistulo aud i:vi:hy kkiiuy mohnino. Killtor ami Proprietor. 2G, JO. II. KOMEIIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1892. Wc arc authorized to announce As a candidate for Circuit" Judge in this Judicial District, composed of the counties of Daviess, McLean, Ohio and Hancock, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W. T. OWEN, Republican Ticket. KOH I'ltlSIVUXT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Indiana, ron vicn rmaiDKNT, WIIITELAW REID, Of New York. FOIl CON1IIIES3 C. M. BARNETT, Of Ohio County. FOIt rillEMFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOIt CIltCUIT COURT Cl.r.KK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. lo is Tiik big switchmen's strike at Bufla at an end. If a Protective Tarifl'is the woret thing for this country, why is England so interested in having us adopt Was England ever Free Trade? known to befriend us? Never. That she is against Protection in this country is prima facie evidence that Pro tection is best for us. Eugland is not a humanitarian and never was, and the fact that she takes such pains to, send literature and gold to this country to carry elections for the Democratic party anil against Protection is conclusive proof that she expects comnicicial ndvantage in return. Sho expects the destruction of our industries and our dependence on her. Gentle reader, remember the shoutings of praiso that followed Cleve land's Free Trade Message, and the passage by the House of the Mills' Bill. England went wild with cxulta tion and remember tho howls that went up when the Mclvinley Bill was passed. Do you not know that England has a selfish and moneyed interest in our industrial and commercial downfall? Every intelligent man knows it. How can a man aware oftheso things, who loves his country better we rethan all the world besides, peat, how can a man who knows these things, vote the Democratic ticket? Administration of President Harrison. Rksoi.'i:d, Thnt we condemn tho Sepcratc Coach Bill, as passed by tho Legislature of Kentucky, and further that we again reaffirm our fealty to the principles of tho Republican party as set forth iu the Minneapolis platform and pledge it our hearty support. J. B. Ron Kits, ") Jno. R. Bond, Com. Thos. Feuiiy, ) The Club then proceeded to elect officers, which resulted as follows: nt, President, J. B. Rogers; Ferry; Secretary, John J. J. R. Bond; Treasurer, M. A. Taylor. Tho Committee on flags were Jno. R, Bond, V. R. Depkcry, James W. House, J. 13. Rogers and M. A Taylor. It was moved and carried that the proceedings of this meeting be sent to the Hartford KnruiiucAN and Grayson County Gazette for publication. There were fifty names enrolled at this meeting, with good prospects for several moro soon. On motion it was agreed thnt wo adjourn to meet next Saturday, August 27, in Caneyvillo at Bond's store Vice-Preside- you might get in tho wrong patch. On tho morning of August 17th, a crowd of friends and neighbors began to gather in at tho residence of Mr. J. F. Wallace, aud at 1 o'clock, Mr. Mayworth Barnard led to tho hymeneal altar Miss Charlotte Wallace, where Rev. G. J. Bean pronounced the words that made two heart beat as one. The attendants were: Mon-ni- e Barnard and Miss Ina Wallace, J, R. Williams and Miss Sullio Howell, of Island. They all arc of good family and stand high in society. After tho ccremouy tho party accom. pauied by a host of friends started for the. residenco of Mr. Tom Williams, where Mr. W. C. Wallace, brother of tho first named bride, and Miss Elton Williams were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. O. J. Bean officAfter tho wedding, both iating. couples, accompanied by a large number of friends, repaired to the homo of Mr. J. F. Wallace, where n bounAbout tiful supper awaited them. 90 peoplo partook of tho luxuries. May their lives lie full of happiness, Slkepy Head. is the wish of A BEAVEB NEW STORE ' IN DAM, KENTUCKY. It has truly been said that the Tin: Union Sunday School Convention met at Princeton this week. Several delegates in attendance trom our county. success of the Republican party means high wages and prosperity; the success of the Democratic party means low wages .md poverty. Tin: Tin: Commercial says: Legisla- day." ture adjourned last week, Governor Brown found u little small change left in the Treasury by mistake and he hastily called them together again. It is needless to add they met yesterJunoi: W. T. "In cleaning up after the whoso an nounceincnt as a candidate for Circuit Judge we publish this week, has very bad politics, it is true, but nevertheless is a polished gentleman, a ripe scholar and an able lawyer and is eminently qualified to fill the place to which he aspires. 0vi:, The Herald seems to be greatly ag- itated because our Representative, Hon. Wesley Crowe, a Democrat elected by the People's Party, is not making a better record. We can only explain his action by saying it is the same old story of "Democratic incompetency,'' or a willingness to do nothing and rob the people by drawing a salary of $5.00 n day for doing nothing. We can't see why the lhr-ai- d should kick, Uncle Wes is merely keeping up the do nothing policy of the Democratic Representatives, who preceded him. Tim Democracy is attempting to dodge the real issue in the campaign, which is the fight between Protection and Free Trade. They arc afraid of their platform on this question ana afraid of the people, hence their attempt ti dodge. They are iu favor of Free Trade but their leaders are aware that the people will resent a fight against their industrial system aud bury their enemies under an avalanche of intelligent ballots. But the people should remember that though the Democracy is making the fight on the Force Bill scarecrow, their real enmity is directed toward Protection and the prosperity which it has fostered. Democratic party thrives best when times are bad, and it U probably because they recognize that net that some of the Democratic leaders hatched up the scheme of trying to foiee gold to a premium by demanding the redemption of Treasury notes in gold coin, which failed so miserably in TreasNew York, early this week. ury officials smile when asked about the scheme, and say that there i no Neverthedanger of its succeeding. less it shows that the Democratic party leaders would be perfectly willing to throw the country into n financial panic, with nil its accompanying misery, in order to gain a lew votes from the ignorant who always hold the political party iu control of the Government responsible for all financial troubles. It is ono of the most dis graceful cases of political chicanerv in the history of the country and ought to prove a boomerang of sufficient force to knock the Democratic party out of existence. It is by no menus the first time that the Democrats have tried to destroy confidence in our financial system. Away back when a Republican Congress nuthoi-ize- d the resumption of specie payments and a Republican Administration did resume, every prominent Democrat unbended himself and howl ed "it can't be done.'' But it was done, just as gold was the other day paid for those Treasury notes presentin New York. ed at the The question for every intelligent voter to ask himself is: Should the party which has repeatedly attempted to injure the financial system of the country and to precipitate a panic be trusted to control the country? y It is now time for the Republicans to choose of the SixthJudicial District candidates for the offices of Circuit Judge aud Commonwealth's Attorney. There is no reason whatever that the Democracy should have a walk-ovand they must not have. We have numbers of good men well qualified for the places and they can win. Ohio county, in the person of E. P. Neal, can furnish n candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, who is not only u match, but a little more than a match for the Democratic nominee, whoever he may be, whether Mr. Rowe or Mr, Taylor, and who, if elected, would make an excellent Attorney. We believe the candidacy of Mr. Neal will meet the approbation of the Republicans in every Let one of county in the District. the other counties furnish the timber for a Circuit Judge, as they are ubunduntly nble to do, and we can go into the fight with good prospects of coining out victorious. er Tin: Herald man must bo just about out of something to write when he attempts to throw the responsibility of tho present condition of things in Kentucky upon the Republican parThe ty and the new Constitution. whole secret lies in Democratic incompetency to manage the affairs of this Look at our Treasury, great State. practically empty aud the State in dept as deep as she can go; taxes high and a Democratic Legislature after wasting hundreds of thousand of dollars of tho people's money, failing to pass legully, uccording to Gov. Brown's opinion, scarcely any bill whatever; the Govcnor convening the Legislature after its disgraceful session, iu order to insure, if possible, the legality of the bills which this Democratic mcuagerio ought to havo And fortius ills- passed long ago. graceful and disgusting state of affairs the Democratic party aud nobody Club met nt Cromwell Saturday night, August 13. Hon. E. D. Gufl'y, of Hartford, was present nnd delivered a very forcible speech. Mr. Guffy is one of the ablest Republicans in the county, and his arraignment of the enemies of was highly enjoyed by the club. We hope to have him with us again. Our next meeting is at Bald Knob Church Saturday night, August 27th. Col. J. S R. Wedding will bo presGrayson Republicans. August 23. Wo, the Republicans ent nnd deliver a speech. All aro inot Caneyvillo Precinct, met persuant vited to attend, whether Republicans, to a call made by J. B. Rogers, Sec. Democruts or Third Party men, nnd rotary of the Grayson county Repub- a grand time is expected. S. T. Williams, Sec'y. lican Committee, Saturday, August o the 20th, at Caneyvillo for tho CENTRAL GROVE. of organizing a Harrison and Aug. 22. We arc needing rain Rcid Club. The meeting was railed to order by J. B. Rogers, who stated very badly. W. B. Miller, of Owensboro, is vistho object of tho meeting. J. J. made Temporary Chair- iting his parents. Ferry was Miss Etta Robinson is visiting at man and M. A. Taylor, Secretary. Miss Ina Bar On motion by J. B. Rogers tho Chair Rockport this weok. appointed tho lollowing Committeo rett lias returned to her home at Libon Resolutions: J. B. Rogers, Thos. erty, alter u two week's visit to her Lonnio Ferry and John R. Bond. The Com- sister, Mrs. Henry Taylor, mittee reported the following, which Williams and wife have returned to their home in Central City, after a were unanimously ndnpted: Resolved, That wo tho Republic short visit to his parents of this placo, S. F. Wullaco and wife, Fordsville, ans of Caneyvillo Precinct, do re-firm our allegianco to the principles wero tho guest of his sister, Mrs. W. of tho Republican party as enuncia- - N.Pirtlo, Saturday. Watermelon stealing is all the go ted iu tho platform at Minneapolis wiso and patriotic now. Boys, you had better go slow, and endorse tho C. Hubbard cm-plopur-posaf As an evidence of the beneficial results brought about by the McKin-le- y bill, we call the attention of our readers to the following from the Rochester Clothing Gazette: "William Roberts, a woolen ftoin Bradford, Eugland, has just completed a large mill iu Her gen county, N. J., opposite Passaic. It wid employ 150 hands. The mill uud u long row of cottages for opper- atives has been built under uis direction, and improved looms and other muchines for the manufacture of the finest goods are being built. Mr. Roberts formerly did u large business with the United States, all his goods being placed directly on the market here. After the passage of the bill ho arranged to transport his entire plant. "Two other English fuctories will be brought here iu the same way. "Henry Lister mid sons of orkshire, England, will immediately remove their extensive textile industry to Ono hundred Jamestown, N. Y, acres of ground have been bought and the erection of the factory will begin. Over 2,200 hands will be employed-Th- e removal is said to be due to the McKinley law, which practically shut out the firm's product from the American market. "Within the last month representatives of four large woolen houses in England have been in New Jersey looking for land on which to locate their plants. One of their representatives said that the report that several large plants were abuut to locate in South Jersey was authentic, and that worsted manufacturers in Yorkshire, England, intended to come to this country within a short y tunc. I hey will build here and American hands, as the tariff has stopped their importations.'' Mc-Kin- ley er August 21. Crops are needing ram vtjy badly- -: .. Miss Gertrude Mills, of Kiuderhook, Aucust 21. Mrs. C. II. Stevens ' is visitinc tho family of Dr. L. T. spent several days last week visiting Cox at this writing. her brother, S. L. Baird, Kinder-hooDr. Cox and wife wout to Prentis Henry Stevens spent Satur- -. Sunday. The Dr. returned Monday day and Sunday on No Creek. leaving his wife to spend a week The ice cream supper at Win. Chapvisit) m; her sister, Mrs. W.J. French. man's last night was quite a success. Rev. Winkler preached an utile Quite a number from Beaver Dam sermon at Beda last Sunday. His were there. daughter, Miss Annie, accompanied Miss Minnie Phelps, of Butler counhim. ty, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. Mrs, M L. Heaveriu, Hartford, Sowders, will return liomesooii. and Miss Bertha Leach, White Run, Miss Mollie Walla, of Louisville, were the guests of Dr. Cox and famwho has beou viniting at George Bait' ily last week. ell's attended the apple cutting at The Republican Club, which met A.C.Stevens Wednesday night. at Beda last Saturday night, was Res1. L. R. Baruett.of Kiuderhook, well attended. 'The speeches made spent Wednesday night at A. C. Stev by Mctsrs. Htavriu, James, Neal, ens. "V Woodward aud Rogers were fine. Misses Miller aud Kesler, of LouisRepubhaan Convention in ville, are visitiug their aunt, Mm. JenBreckinridge. nie Carson. Pursuant to call the Republicans of The Misses Tweedle, Evansville, Breckeuridge county met at the Court are visiting their aunt, Mrs. B. M. House August the 20th, to nominate Bennett. county officers. Jonas D. Wilson, of Uncle Lindscy Bennett is ill. Cloverport, was chosen Chairman Mrs, Virge Shown is ill. and Jesse R. Eskridge, Seoretury. W. C. Ashley mado a flying trip Messrs. G. P. Jolly, V. B. Burton to his grandmothers, the widow Ash and H. L. Mortou were appointed a ley, who lives above Rosiue. The folcommittee on resolutions. Dr. McConnick, of No Creeu, has lowing were presented and unanilocated at this place. mously adopted: Miss Rosalee Godsbaw is visiting Resolved, That we heartily en- her aunt, Mrs. Lucas, of Owensboro. dorse the nble and patriotic AdminisH. A. Brooks and family have tration of Benjamin Harrison. returned home after an extended visRdsolved, That we endorse the it to relatives in McLean county. entire Minneapolis platform and emThose who attended the Presbyphasize the wise policy of Protection tery at Calhoou from here were W. aud Reciprocity. C. Bennett aud wife, Miss Alice AmResolved, That we condemn the brose, John Chapman aud Wilson Democratic party for their efforts to Shown. stir up labor against capital, aud as Wishing tho Refudlican success I sert our firm belief that labor and remain Dark Eye. capital must be united with the strong baud of sympathy. Resolved, That we call the attention of the tax payers of the country to the fact that the present Democratoveric Congress has spent iu the first half of its session, 844,000,000 more than the so called billion dollar Congress did in the first half of its session. Resolved, That we further call attention to the utter inconpetency of genthe Democratic party to administer public affairs iu the State of Kentucky. The Legislature has spent $231, 000 of the public monej aud the Governor has vetoed every important measure it has passed. At the couclusino of tho reading of the resolutions and some pointed re& marks by Mr. Burton, the Cbairmau of the meeting, announced that nomiW. S. Ball 7. P IUhsiid, I'rrit, Jno. II, FUin, Cashier nations were iu order. for Circuit Court was nominated Clerk and was unanimously chosen Of the Condition of the as tho standard bearer of the party. Mr. Ball is a young mau hardly paBt his majority, but is well qualified to fill the rfticc. No nomination was made for Slier-il- l. The Convention then ndjourued. It was well utteuded by representaRoniN Hood. tive Republicans. At the Close of Business M. A. J. J. Feiirv, Ch'm'n. Taylor. Sec'y. BED A. Wc desire to announce to our friends that we have 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 NO OLD NOK 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 quality. In DRESS GOODS we are full up, from the cheapest Worsted to the finest Bedford Cord. Our motto is one price to everybody, and STICTLY CASH OR ITS EQUIVELENT TO ALL. Therefore we cordially invito you to trade with us, and save the creditor's 20 per ct. extra profit. Respectfully, union! k, The Twentieth -- Sd-An- St&tement Hi BilU tlUciMintcd Real estate or the At (In-- 4'Imkp it Ilimliirax, 30, ISHi, Juno nrcsouuercs. S.V.I,:!! 7.01) io.ooqa ONL' 3,000.00 Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Bonds 1,341.07 Debts in suit 743.54 Cashoiiliumlifciii utherb'ks 40,420.79 ?10.",823.09 FlNEWf ftHDRtt(?rrAigquE' LIABILITIES. 830,000.00 Capital stock Deposits 70.79rt.20 15.05 Due other Bunks Dividend 4 per ct.declared 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes Profit nnd loss 3,584.84 8105,823.09 fj. IP faMlft LwsD mBRW ,ceS TWMHC iiQDD 3RhkV7VVWVA PvTiVfibODQ nmu EC W "yCf gfVjSQLD, 4ft"X"K' BJ f I M 111 VJKj& Rp -- Wmosomi 1 ffi&uMiTED. "" filfoflrWAAEMTIOM HUVA -- at tlfUIAVi 'vs luic PlDI field. - - &i very Stable mn I, S. K. Cox, O. swear the above to COX, PitlSIIlKNT. bt correct. K. Sworn to before me 1892. semi-annua- BUGGIES, VEHICLES, CAR this June 30, A.T.Nau., D.C.O.C.C. l dividend of 84,00 A per share was this day declared, payable on and after July 5, 1892. ?VV c asTbTerI ; CvSlBBkaMfiSx X w Of Ohio county should not be The Schools r. T BB' aSawYt Jia X"VJJ,riBata a looked. We have in now a full stock of school books, station- FAST LINE supplies ery and erally, at low rates. Teachers would do miAmmil3S!f IfjaUaGaaaBBKIl well to confer with us. Orders taken at CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY par. Kespectfully, Hocker Co. . Dealer in Horsos, Buggios, Carriages, Bond Carts, Owensboro W agoiM. "Saddle or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times." ' nci.' Mirwn'ftMJS II MJ " i: ...Slft- - UTaURiRunumu mm, LOUISVILLE, KY. Thorough, rr.cllc.I Infraction. RrWuatti a. ltcil lo po.ltion.. Catalog ar drr, Wtilt I T. ID. T7sTI2L,I,I-.lvd:- S D0ES THE FINEST AND CIIBAPEST30- - 03NTE3 TO ALL. PRICE Horse-shoein- g Beaver Dam April 23, 1892. EVERYONE ALIKE. BLACKSMITHING. DEPOSIT BANK Club Meeting. TheE. RESOURCES. 850,288.61 Notes and Bills 3,000.00 Real Estate Furniture und Fixtures.. 1,500.00 592.97 Expenses Paid Cash on Hand and in other 28,046.01 Banks 884,027.59 a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of FarmSPECIAL ATTENTION ing Implements on hand. Call on him. Given to the Traveling J. 1). WILLIAMS. Public. Beaver Dam, Ky. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Reservo Surplus Interest and Exchange Deposit Account Due other Banks 825,000.00 862.31 2,250.00 1 ,460,40 , 54,154.55 300.33 jrj- -' Our Qent's Phaeton, ftjo- - 6'- - ROOMY. .... LIGHT, 884,027.59 In submitting this wo beg to state that our business has steadily grown each month since our opening, and by tho most careful, watchfulness and a strict observance ofthe principles of the most couservativo Banking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaintance, but to prove ourselves worthy tho confidence that is being so liberally roposed in us. We are here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy shall bo extended to them, but in no cose shall safety bo sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John H.Barnks, Cashier. Happy cbesttr t ' . . ELEGANT. first-Liver- y Also keeps a class and Feed SI a hie, where vou can have jour Horses Fed. and gel I he hest of rigs 49" Send for catalog our full line .f four.wbeeUd work. l. .a4 J D. M. Seedier Carnage Co., Moline, 3Cotel BETTER KNOWN AB THE v day or night. Leave ders with tad coottnt U a home with " Tl Ro a lamp with the lljht of the rooming. C4Ulocu,writeRKhcitMUmpCo.,NtwYoTk. XiADIKS Needlnr a tooie. or children that want bulldlnf up, ihould take BItOWSi IKOH BITTBRB. It tf pImmi to take, curat Malaria. U. keep All tUaUn n jour or- - PALMER. HOUSE. per day. 4 Meals 2Se- East side Fredcrica, between Main and the River, Oweoiboro, Ky, MRS. OHAS. ROB Y, MRS, C. & WILLING HAM,Propi. $1-00 Newly Famished, I t- Rates EURTON FAIR BROS. ft -- at Ctimo and bco tho new style Buggy C. L. Field. PERSONAL A Trngody. Sunday morning two hoys living near Adabtirg, and named Bob Mos-lennd Vnn Morgan quarreled about some trivial mnttcr, but made up and went swimming together in Panther C.eek that evening. As they came homo lato in tho evening they quarreled again, and Mnslcy cut Morgan in tho groin with n knife, severing the artery nnd the young fellow died in an hour. Mosley, who did the killing, is n mere child of thirteen years and his victim was only fifteen. Tho nffiiir occurred nt tho foot of tho big hill boyond Adaburg. moiKiny evei.ing tiic hoy was brought to llailfoid before Judgo M rton nnd his bond fixed at $2,000. His trial was set for Wednesday, nnd ho was hold under a 8500.00 bond to nwnst tho action of the Circuit Court. y CO. THE OF r reputation. judgment. aaae r 3 "va. oc e ss and RELIABILITY. RUOND HOUND MERIT. go the wheels of our SUPERIORITY. business. VARIETY, WE - STRIVE to introduce all these PROMPTNESS. good qualities in our trade. FACILITY. CAN EXPERIENCE. WE SERVE YOU? Remember all Sum mer Goods go at COST. V FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Finito! Furniture ! ! The best Clothing at Kahn's. Don't fail to see the great game,Sep tcmber 3 at McHenry. Finest line of calicoes in Ohio county at Coleman & Co's. Let every man, hiy, and child go to Kahn's Shoes. for Clothing, Hats and Coleman and Co. wuut country produce, will pay the highest market 3t price. Kahn has the Largest and best stock of Dry goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. For Ward-Robe- s Dressers, Line, see Suits,Rock-er- or anything in the General Furniture A picked nine from over the coun s ty will play the McHcury base ball club at Mcllenry. place-t- This is tho Do you wear a shirt? get them. We keep the la Caisson & Co. test styles. ss T. J. MORTON. . - N.N. &M.V.R.R. Leave your orders with Casebier & Burton for first-clateams, rigs and drivers at any hour day or night rates reasonable, Rov. J. II. James preached an instructive sermon to an interested audience at the Alexauder Schoolhouse last Sunday evening. Bob Mus'.ey, aged thirteen, is probably tho youngest taker of human life who ever figured in the criminal annals of Ohio couuty. Read the TRUSS I.KU'K DKIVKH HAM. THAINS WHT. Meil snd Kiprrs Llmeted KlTOH Ko,,T, TRAINS C10INO KA8T. Wo. , Mail nl KiprrM OOINO Wt. I, 12:10 r. ll:.V)r. u, I. I, Limited Kzrrrm .l:r.i. it. Mi 1892. "ad" of B. Driver.manu-factu- er FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, The best Hats at Kahn's. of and dealer in buggies, carts, etc., Ownesboro. Mr. Driver nas a good business and is altogether reliable. Col. J.S.R, Wedding will address the Hubbard Republican Club at Ball Knob Church night. Let everybody turn out as a lively time is expected. ''Hurrah, for Colt man it Co., Tho best Dry goods at Kahn's. Buy your shoes of Hocker & Tabor. The best Ladies Shoes at Kahn's. Coleman &Co. credit. will sell nothing on ' v U The following have typhoid fover Rosino: Dr. J. L. Liles and wife, MissCinderrella WbittinghiM, J. W. Remember the Bchool Suits at Raglahd, Ira Ragland and Mrs. H. P. Kahn's. Watta and daughter. Buy your School books from WillCentertown baa had a political deiams, 'Bell fc Co. bate between the members of the ReMcHcury vs Owensboro, Septempublican and Democratic Clubs, and ber 8, at McHcury. a graud victory for Republican truth was the result. It is ever so. your Campaign HaUof ColeBuy 3t man & Co., Beaver Dam. Attend the picmo at McHenry ou at ; September 3, and see the game of games McHenry against Owensboro for the championship of the Green Lndics, lPyou want a nice dress for River Country. Bring your sweetThe twenty-thirannual reunion of 3t heart with you. the Fair.call on Coloiuau & Co. the Society of the Army of tho CumThe greatest ball game In yeare battle"1 Last weok by mistake we mado the berland will take place on the McHenry vs Owensboro, September Beaver Dam, appear as field of Cnichamauga, with headquarnow firm, at 3, at McHenry. J. D. Coleman & Co., instead of D.J. ters at Crawfish Springs and at ChatJ7 Colem an & Coleman & Co. We gladly make tanooga, September 15th and 16th, See business the correction. These are good busi- next, being the week before the NaCo. They are first-clational Encampment at Washington men and. will treat you right ness men and deserve success. Tho occasion will bo a reunion of tho Masons half gallon fruit jars for (1. Miss Mary Flat, Rosine, was thrown veterans of the Army of the Cumberper. doxen at Hooker dc Tabor, Half-rat- e from a burse Monday evening and land aud of the Society. Roeine, Ky. bad her arm dislocated. Dr. S. J. fare will be charged by the railroads . Ifydii want transportation to any Wedding was called and dressed the on the clrtificate plan. It Is a grand part of tho county call on Casebier & wound. The young lady was improv- affair and we hope that mauy ot Ohio Burton, Liverymen, Hartford, Ky. ing when last heard from. county's old soldiers will attend. Williams, Bell & Co. sell school books at very reasonable brices. d Died, nn infant child of Cicero Dr. J. P. William?, Owensboro, is in town. Bryant, lust Monday morning. John J. E. Cornolius and Cicoro Burton Tuesday.DaviSj Waller, was in town aro at work on tUo dam at the Water Wallace Rosson, Shrove, was in town Mills. Wednesday. C. L. Field will sell you a mco Frank May, Whitcsville, was in Buggy nnd harness chcop, Cu II nnd town Tuesday. see them. Miss Lizzio Mooro is visiting friends Our officiont postmaster is on- - at Sulphur Springs. es fjogod in inspecting tho R. H. Everly, Centertown, called of tho county. Ho does this work at at our oflico Tuesday. his own expense and surely ho deJ. S. Fitzhugb, Sulphur Sprincs. was in town Tuesday. serves groat credit for it. Miss Dora E. Gibson attended the Our young friend, E. V. Milligan, Association this week, was granted license to preach, at the Presbytery at Calhoon last week. EU in John Blair and wife, Buford, were town Wednesday, mcr is a promising young man and Dr. S. J. Wedding, Rosine, culled we hope he may succeed, for therois to seo us Wednesday. no higher calling. J. G. Wells, Utica.Daviess county, Mrs. W. P. Bennett, of tho Wash" called on us Saturday. Sox! Sox! ! ington neighborhood, was bitten on Mrs. J. B. Fletcher is visitiug her With each pair of shoes, nt Kahn's. tho foot by a copperhead snake last sistor, Mrs. C. R. Martin. Sunday morning whilo in the garden Base Ball! H.J. C. Lindley, Point Pleasant, When was in tho city Wednesday. gettiug potatoes for dinner. Lovers of base ball in this county last heard from sho was doing rcry have a treat in prospect, on Saturday, Mrs Sallio Hardwick mado n flywell. ing trip to Owensboro Monday. September 3, when tho Mcllenry Club W.P. Thomas and P.L.Berkshire, will meet the Owensboro Club at Mc Judge R. R. Wedding will deliver Henry. Both Clubs will present went to Owensboro yesterday. a speech before tho Mt. Pleasant Re their strongest teams and the game Fitzhugh Renfrow, Hines' Mill, publican Club Friday night, Septemwill be for blood, as it will settle ber 2d, and tho public generally is in. was in town tho first of tho week. the championship of the Green River d, W. D. nnd Jeptha Yates, vitcd to attend. Judge Wedding is a Country. McHenry will give a piccalled to seo us yesterday. good speaker and his speech will be nic that day, tho program being pigJames A. Park, Clear Run, mado both entertaining and instructive. our office a pleasant visit yesterday. eon shooting in the morning, base will The Rosino Republican Club in the morning nnd afternoon and Mrs. K. II. Howard, Owensboro. have a flag raising at Rosine Saturday, is visiting friends and relatives in dancing after that. September 3d. Judge W. S. Taylor, town. An ndmissinn of 25c will be chorg the William O. Bradley of tho Green ed to the ball game. Mrs. W. H. Moore visited her sisRiver Country, will be present and ter, Mrs. Mitchell, Beaver Dam, this Strayed Tho exercisos be- week. deliver a speech. From the Poorhouse Farm, one three Let every Repubgin nt 12 o'clock. J. A. Smith, Lon Render and J. lican attend. D. Colemau attended the Association year old, white, unmarked heifer. Any information will be gladly reWednesday. Tho pleasan t little entertainment ceived nt this office. 2t Misses Mary Rowo and Ritchie given by Miss Sullye Coleman MonSandefur Greenville went to Humbugs day orening was attended by the folWednesday. May deceive the public for a time, but Marks,Louis-vill- o; lowing named: Edna J. W. Martin, of W. N. Martin eooncr or later they will awake to the Misses Dora Gibson, Sue Yois-o- r, and son's Mammoth store, Cromproven fact that to secure n dollar's Muttio Samlorfur, Ida Duke ami well, was in town yesterday. worth of goods for one hundred cents Mary Nail, city; Dr. J. P. Williams, D. M. Hocker nnd J. W. Tubor, they must purchase their dry goods of Owensboro; Prof. J. D. Coleman, the genial proprietors of Hocker and Carson & Co. Tabor's store, Rosine, were in the city Frankfort, and U. D. Ringo, city. Tuesday, ! The Ueda Republican Club met James Anderson and family, Owenslast Saturday night and a large and boro, aro visiting his brother, R, A. enthusiastic crowd was in attendAnderson, Kinderhook. Speochos wore mado by ance. G. T. McHenry, who has been Messrs. Heavrin, James, Nea, trending some time in the far west Woodward, Rogors and others, and came home Wednesday, much imin health. & it was altogether a great Republican proved Mrs. S. K. Cox and daughters, love-feaThe Colored Glee Club Notice to Log Men. Misses Corinncand Fannie, who have from Hayti was on hand and made been visiting Miss Irene Lamar, I am now ready to contract for music for tho occasion. Owensboro, have returned home. s and will be in Hartford on Mondays aud Snturdays. Will be I. H. Cayce, Beverly, Christian Last Monday morning while J. F. and Wallace was driving on the levy just county, came up Wednesday who glad to make prices to those who conbrought his daughter, Miss Pearl, his horse became will attend Hartford College this fall. template cutting logs. North of town W. H. Mooiie. frightened, ran on" the levy, turning Miss Nola Anderson, Owensboso, 50tf Agt. John A.Reitz & Sons. the buggy over and throwing Mr. Miss Mary Miller, city, and Miss Wallace out, tho horto then ran tho Ollic Anderson, Kinderhook, made Town Taxes. bufgy against a tree and succeeded in our office a pleasant call yesterday. Those who have not paid their Mr. Walfreciug himself from it. J C. Riley, J. W.Fnrd, Rowan town taxes arc earnestly requested to lace sustained slight injuries and his Holbrook, Jim. Carson, Henry Grif- do so at once. 1 must make settlebuggy and harness were considerably fin and W. D. Taylor, attended tho ment soon nnd your prompt action in speaking at Livermore last Tuesday damage!. the matter will bo appreciated and night. will save tirao and trouble. The Gasper River Association con. Misses Siddio and Sophia Davidson Res'y, W. P. Thomas. venod with Cool Spring Church will take rooms at Heher Mathews Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. entering preparatory to For Kent- Hartford College for the next ten Rev. D. J. K. Maddox was A house of seven rooms, in tho cenModerator and Rev. F. M. Wei-bor- mouths ter of the town. For futher informaImmense Clerk. H. P. Tracy left Wednesday for tion apply to Mis. Jennie Moseley, or crowds were present on both days. Gainsvillo, Texas, where he will take this office. Plenty to eat was furnished by tho a position in a drug store at a good in bis hospitable citizens of the neighbor- salary. Wo wish him success Notice Dentistry. new home. altohood and tho occasion was one Dr. J. P. Williams, of Owensboro. W. A. Carson, Beda; G. S. Fitz-hug- is now in Hartford, and will remain The gether to be greatly enjoyed. Daviess county; J. D. Bell, people were treated to some excellent Point Pleasant; C. W. Husisoy and only a short while, and if your teeth preaching in the grove. Crit Hudson, Buford. were in town need any fixing it will pay you to yesterday. givo him a call at tho Commercial Hartford College opens next MonHotel. son and daughMrs. Wm. Gordon, day with good prospects for success, ters, Owensboro, passed through town surpassing all previous years of its Tuesday enr.oute to tho Association at history. Dr. Alexauder will be ably Cool Springs and to visit their oiu assisted in tho Collegiate Departfrien ds in that neighborhood. ment by Profs. J. W. Lytlo and 0. Our old friend, A. F. Stanley, of DeM. Shultz. Tho Intermediate the Revenue Service, who has been on partment will bo in charge of that duty at GIasgow,for some tirao attended tho Club meeting at Beda, Saturenergetic young teachor, Mr. Rich day nigbt, nnd has otherwise been Deard Foster, while the Primary circulating among his friends here. partment will bo presided over by L. P. Loney, wife and son, Clartho popular and accomplished Miss canence, J. M. Casebier, wife and daughKatie Coombes, who so successfully ter, Miss Fannie and sou, Clarence, conducted hat Department during Mrs. E.J. Hudson, Mrs. Moses Hudthe last ten months. Miss Margaret son nnd daughter, Gracio, attended Spring Nail will teach music, and Mr. Fred the Association at Cool Wednesday. is an ablo Baruch, Gorman. This Rev. G. H. McKinucy, of Lyun-vill- e, faculty and ex'collent instruction Iud., was the guest of Mrs. will bo the result of their labors. & Laura McKiancy, on tho 18 inst. He was ecrnute to the Green Briar Two boys of Jesse Ford, of the Association to be held at Caneyville. Bartlott's neighborhood, woro out and will go from there to Hancock Given Gold and Silver away with each suit, at Kahn's. bunting sonio days ago and stopped county, to tho Panther Creek Assoand were standing listening, as only ciation. For Sale! hunters can, when tho oldest felt L. R. Barnett, Robert Crowe, A good store and residence in the something moving undor his feetand Misses Anna Bean, Eva Pirtle Lida business portion of Hartford, For and Lula Walker, W. H. Barnes, looking down beheld a gigantic ratI. C. Hoover U. C. Barnett. Misses particulars apply to C. C. Bennett, tlesnake colled. The boy, and by Mary Kelly and Rachel Smith, and Hartford, Ky. Duncan, L. B, Loney, tho way he woars No. 11 J, had step- Cbailey Saved. ped squarely on him with both foot A. F. Ogesby and G. T. Tinsley, aro among those who attended the What is saved? Tinio and monoy without knowing ho was thore, tor State Sunday School Convention at by buying your dry goods of had just passed Princeton this week. his smaller brother Caiison & Co. over the exaotspot. It is unnecesHo sary to say the boy jumped. Committee Meeting. made a wild, unearthly jump away The Republican Executive Comout of reach, and a gentleman who mittee is called to meet in Hartford was with the boys shot the snake, on Monday, Septembor 5th at 10 which was six feet long and had o'clock, at which time important twolvo rattles and a button. business is to be transacted. Tho post-officWes-terficl- ANDERSON'S BAZAAR, Our buyer is now in Now York City, laying in our fall stock of goods, and in or der to make room for them we are forced to sell our Summer goods at greatly reduced prices. This sale will only last 15 days from y and you can't afford to miss our rare bargains. Note tho following prices and call and see if you don't get the goods at the price named: to-da- All wool Scotch Plaid Dress Goods reduced from 50c to 40s per yd. ' " " " " " " " 40c to 30c " " " Stripe Cashmere " 50c to 40c " Scotch Plaid Dress Goods " " 30c to 20c " All of these goods are beauties and you should call and get a bargain in a dress pattern for fall wear. All these goods are double width 36 and 38 inches wide. Nice plaid Ginghams from 10 to 8Jc. " " " " 8,toGc. to 4c. Good calico from 7 to 4c. " Lawn " G These are good goods and must go in order to get the shelf room for our fall stock. Our stock of low cut shoes (oxford ties) is going fast and we only have a few pairs left. We sell them cheap have them from $1.00 to $1.75, price is bound to please. Anderson's Shoes still hold the lead, have a full line of them for fall and winter wear. Wear-forev- er Give us a call and see if you can't find a rare bargain. No trouble for us to show you the goods. Don't forget the place, FOR SALE A lot of Poplar and ANDERSON'S BAZAAR. White oak timber. Call on Glenn Wedding. SARA AND ME. JAY EYE- SEE Mr. J. I. Cask, (Hlckor)- - 3rovo Farm, home Huclne, Wis., rays: of Jay.Kye-Hee- ) trying every known remedy, 1 removed a"After lJiincn large of two years Handing, from a i year old fllljr, wltli three applications of st. saw-log- mm I 3 S X QUINN'S OINTMENT. HBDKQ I'LIIHIFJIW Price &k doS "IV. VUKXiXKiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii heartily recommend It to all Horsemen." Wchavt hundred etueh teitinvmiaU per bottle. Ask your drurelit for It. If he It, send hi Sic. slam w or sll r. for trial box. B. EDDY & OO.. Whitehall, N. Y. ot It ti the belt preparation I have ever need or heard 1 X Beaver Dam Roller Mills. of tho public is specially called to tho completed upon the most modern plan, improved appliances lor tho manufacture of the FINEST other Mill Products. Positively no moneybag been spared to Mill has The attention just been fact that this with all tho FLOUR nnd niako it turn not do without it. Call on us, we have a lull supply of all The Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers have been tried fully for 10 years in this country and have been found reliable. Wheat growers grades. out as fine product as any Mill in tho STATE. It has been thoroughly tested, having been run almost every day since its completion and a portion of the time at night to keep up with its oiders. Its product has been sold to tho best, most scrutinizing and particular trade of tho country, and it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best bakers and many of the very best cooks of tho county that it makes tho best flour thoy over used. For tho benefit, convenience and protection of the farmer has this Mill been built, and to him will it look for its support. With proper care Ohio County can produce as good wheat as noy.and this Mill intends to seo that her farmers get the benefit of any efforts thev put forth in this direction. Tho best products of this Mill shall go upon the farmers table, nnd if ho will favor it with his patronage and his influence satisfaction will bo guaranteed to him. Wo have now one of tho very best and most experienced millers in tho Green River Country, but that no pains may be spared to givo the farmer tho full benefit ot his good wheat crop, we have ordered and are expecting every day an expert miller sent by tho' builders of our Mill Wo shall ceriainly consider it a great to stay with us during tho season. favor if every farmer in tho County will call on us within tho next GO days We want all tho and get a sample of our product and our treatment. FIRST'CLASS wheat that is for sale in tho County nnd if you have it to spare, load it up, and wo will pay tho highest market price for it. BffifMill open every day except Sunday. Hocker Co. BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. OxensborO You can get the Procinct Committeemen quested to bo present. are also re- Wood Tinslky, Ch'm'n. Jo. B. Jocieus, Sec'y. Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. Opposite City Scales. B. DRIVER, Manager. We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and repainting dono promptly. Givo us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. ' the"fir ss BRQWH'S IR0S BITTERS The Republican Club will meet at Cures Inclination. MlIouinii. Djipep.1. Mala. Victory Church to morrow night. rla, rlervonineis, anddenoral Debility. Fhyil All dealr.Ts sell It. Genulno All Republicans aro invited to attend. ' dans recommend It.croued red lines on wrapper. baa trade mark and Tho Hayti Colored Band will furnish Neuralgic l'erion some good music and some good And those troubled with nervousness resulting speeches will be made. from care or overwork will be reUered by taking FOR DV8PEPSIA I'M Brotra's Iran Illtters. rhytleUns recommend It ., iij null.-U'lio bii.r. , iiuim .In I1..I iHu. uiflk. iriiuii''tii t ....... II..I. 1.ln.u .u. ,uv n nji.Kj ftlHUO linen, niuiirj dh.I inr i.i'i vtuxi. lttieiiinsti.iii. Iniliaestlon. lJvinciittlA. unv khul nt ucakncM. or other (iir&tiaWio relisted wnen Klectrlcity will cure you end kern you Inht-ftllh- . 1 ininuio.) jo prove una, I I O CLE. 1 I tllO DCL T send to anyone 1011 trial, free. LTf. IliniVC S.1. 84.110. nnd 116. If rullnfioil. Also Eloctrio Trn.e. ami Ilox BsMeries. t'ontnotliliiK to try them, Can be rriulatcl to suit, ami guaranteed to last lor years. A H.lt sad Ilitteryroiuhhicil.unil iiroduens sufficient Klevtnclly to .liork. Free Medical ajt Ice, Write (JIvflMalsl meanure, price and full particulars, Trlnl . . ..... NEB iHsphmp. rm no AKrntH Wnnlctl. Address DR. JUDO, Detroit, Mich. W. M. Aiuin, M'g'r. C, M. Pkndleton, Trees. Roiikkt BACCUue.Clerk. Brown's Bitters. Genuine bas trade mark and crossed red Unas on wrapper. Iron The - Southern RATES: --' Hotel, VINV1LLE, KV. All dealers keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine and crowed red lines on wrapper. ha trade-mar- k lOVMlttl Uonnl.lnPklUlrlrhla at the Newspaper Aarur. tiling irduv of ll.um. our authorised aaeas. $1.00 NT., TO $2.00 PER DAY. t'OK.Htlinnd JKrrKBNON Hartford Eepublican FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. HEMMED IN DY A PRAIRIE 'FIRE, An Experience TliHt la lluriicd Into Westerner' Meinor). "I had an experienco hi Nebraska In 1856 that I can too yet wbenovcr I CENTERTOWN. uliut my eyes," said Mnjor Tom August 20. Mies Fannie V niton, Stephens. "I piloted n party of emigrants across tho plains and was retil Ureenvillc, is the guest of Misses turning nlono to tho Missouri. It Btelln and Ua Stroud. was a triflo risky, but my business Mies Etta Bennett returned from was urgent, and I was bo well mountpleasant ed that I bad llttlo fear of Indians. Owensboro Monday after visit of several week to relatives and It was In tho latter part of September, and as there hud been no rain friends. for two months tho tnll grass was Kcv. Win. Godbcy and wile attended the quarterly meeting at McIIcn ry Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ida Paxton and son, Tom, ot Louisville, arc spending the summer here with relatives. Miss Julia Hopgood.of Morgantield, who has been visiting Mrs. J. K. Smith, left for Lexington Monday, where the will spend the rest of the summer. Miss Sallie Koss was the guest of Miss Blanche Greenwood last wecK. Prof. A. Lee Bennett will move Wc rehis family to Kosinesoon. gret to lose such a good citizen, even for n short time. Mrs Addie Styles and little son, Guy, of Louisville, are the guests of her parents, Kev. nnd Mrs. Wm.tiod-bey. Airs. C. L. Woodward visited rel- and Sulphur atives at Hartford Springs last week. Dr. Drake, South Carrollton, is in town this week. Mrs. W. A. Howe is visiting rela atives in the West Providence neighborhood. Mr. ami Mrs. Morton gave a most delightful lawn party Friday evening, in honor of their son, Krnest's, birthday anniversary. Elwood Rot and sister, Miss Elsie, are the guests of their brother, Frank Koss, of South Carrollton, this week. B. SHINKLE CHAPEL. August ID. Health is good; crops looking better since the ram. V. G. Bennett, who has been at home for some time, is able to be out again, visited relatives at Beda hist week. Miss Fannie Shaver returned home Miss Emma from Bovine last week. visited relatives on No Creek Stevens last week. J. B. Her, of this place, who has been suffering for some time with a cancer is at Oweusboro now to have it taken off. It. A. Stewart, of Itosiue, is visting bis brother, V. M. Stewart, of this place. Mrs. Amelia Hudson.of nearNew-vill- e, was buried at the Westerfield burying ground on the .th of this month. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss. con-fine- d What Your Grandmother Did. She lieU'lmled the flax and carded the wool, and wovo the liuon and spun the tow, and made the clothes for lior husband and cliilclrtm ten. She made butter and cheese, and dipped tallow caudles, to light tho house at night, and she cooked all the food for her houbeliold by .an open fire-pla:uid a briek oven. Yes, and when she was forty years of age, she was already an old lady whose best days wore over. Her shoulders were bent and her joints enlarged by hard woik, and she wore hpuetaelos and a cap. Her with all the grt'at modern conveniences for comfort refinement and luxury, may he as charming and as attractive at forty-fi- ve Especially is this as at twfiity. true, if .she preserves her health and beauty by the use of Dr. Pierce Favorite Prescription, which wards off all fonmle trouble and irregular ities, cures them if they already exist, keeps the life current healthful and vigorous, and enables tho woman of middle age to retain the freshness of girlhood upon brow and cheek, tho light of youth in her eyes, and its elasticity in her step. Sold bv all druggists. ce grand-daughter, llko so much tinder. "Ono night I camped on n small tributary of tho Middlo Loup. It was a small, spring fed rivulet, destitute of timber and almost hidden The Leading Republican Paper of the United States, by tho rank grass. I had not slept long when I was awakened by tho Which enables us to offer that splendid journal (regular subscription neighing of my horse, and was horprice, 1.00 per year) and THE ItEPlMJLICAN for ono year rified to find tho prnlrio to tho south of mo aflro nnd n strong wind sweepFor only $1.2o, Cash in Aduitnce. ing it down upon me. I mounted and started for tho Loup, somo fivo N. Y. Tiibuuc, tegular prico per year 81.00 nii'li A X.MI. I.VIi:"l'Oll miles north, but before half tho dislit" llriiiiil). I'rlii" 1, Ti " Hartford Republican " " ' tance was covered my horso put his Sol.l l .. tViiJiii- (Irillm A llro. In a hole, fell nnd broke a leg. ' foot Total. 'V.l'nrH'n.VU'e-Pr.82.2.r. "Tho fire hemmed mo In by a semi- lSii'linnl Mnniitvh, i'rc. circle nnd was coming on with terri- 0WENS80R0 NATIONAL BANK ble rapidity. The wholo heavens neomed to "bo n sheet of roaring Subscription may begin at any time. flame. I thought sure I was done- for, I havo heard that men brought fnco This is the most liberal combination offer ever made in the United to faco with death remember every States, and every reader of THE REPUBLICAN should take advantage evil deed of their lives, but I simply ' of it at once. Address all orders to in tho dry grass and stood there watched tho sublimo Hjiectaclo. I felt Security For Deposits that my doom was sealed nnd deliberately waited for it. Suddenly a Hartford, Kentucky. now danger confronted mo. A vast herd of buffalo flying before tho flro was bearing down upon me. I was to be trampled to death nnd cren (I ii n mated afterward I As tho vast mass a Specivunio thundering on I instinctively started nnd ran. Several deer went T . i.U il l.i VnllMt MaU'n aud Caiwla.) Beurrying by mo, and I funded I la a Practical .tlaclittir, Apprecias?v could feel tho hot breath of tho herd Soted by Practical Uualuru .Tien, buffalo ou tho baek of my neck. I of was suddenly thrown Into tho nir It Nn liaiuUninely furiiMint CnmlilnaUoQ nnd landed lengthwise across tho lvk. Minify llruofr ami I'uilrr, lth Cum LAWSON RENO, Cnshior. LliMlioM IavIi ami Attiu'liiurnt. back of a big bull. it rtvnnW Imtli i'hhIihiuI crttllt nalca. "I fastened my fingers in his shaggy It ivcoriU ili,liiint'iitii. It Itrlllll Ith'IM'J- Mllil In on aPMHWt. coat and managed to bestride, him, ltt'Uutilr )i.ii lu truce trtuiNtitlou. In and thus mounted I was carried to pMnNitrianit. It ill tho Loup river, where I was thrown It kIhihm tlit tniiis.ictlin( of clrrk. It huikf a off by tho branch of a tree. I man-agelimn mrWul. mid a ttiUu It kivHiiii liiiit-- l niiiti hunt-It, however, ami to swing to II K will tint Ktny It uIUniu- In tlmAiti! nioncj, thus saved myself from being t'lmuiTli to my for main tinit-- over. as 1 i trampled to death. Tho herd plunffod hiM war iiiik liiiu tMixrtl runtnl forlH.iiwini. across the shallow river, and I took r'nr full uirlK'Ul.irj mlilrt-refugo from tho approaching flames IMIT'O. in its muddy waters. Three days EAST STROUDSQURC, PA. later I was pieked up, more dead than alive, by nn emigrant train. I l.n first and last, mora than fifMnn r Persons teen years on the plains nnd had ire broltn doun t.om owruork or household many close calls, but that midnight cute, isinwit'.s I run Hitters rido on a buffalo's back, with tho ul.l ingestion, rvicovei ii'liulliN tliv bile, muliuriMliiulntU. lit lIieKi'illM. Loup river in front and tho fires of R Gehenna roaring in tho rear, was, I " Has "jurtbcen repaired mid newly ; think, as remarkable as any of tho inventions of tho yellow back litfunifolictl. Located elotc to Depot. aw v i aV Memi m imm erati." St. Louis lunch, Good meals or Serving a Subprvna. it a trial. An amusing llttlo incident once oc1 curred to mo when calling upon a veterinary surgeon well known In settleVOl- - HAM' TO .tl lltltY. in tho northeast district of London. I oti BBBBBBBBBBfllllllHBal&BMiBHBiMHlB DO i.)i Wiu - Iium Miitteiiifii m Ml IjtlH'i (llitninvd, ami nil IM..W t had to servo him with a bubpeena, iimliil In for MOIirRMK HW lii.uli- - Ir.Mii .ill mrr t!n summoning him to give evidence as u s I'liteiit mini-- himI iifMiKile In' imi Oil ilio, jnteiiil unetinTiitK:inl riiilveu of IHIIi I'utelilH lev tllni tlmli IIiimi- - irniole horn witness, and being reluctant to wasto .m ii ;.m; tlit'eli'nnl itiitrhiioiii.il )i.irr chIImI Oriik uaiii.iHi. i;ii u In Imtinl 07fliil MilelitiMli IIi,i.iiik. Hliiih will nll.iiil j mi mure perhaps a wholo day or even more nl.iliH fue oi ilnnti' iiml ho inukv .Mi t.i(,r. enjo) mint thin) oil li.iw hml for in in) .nl ijiincli upon tho case, ho refused to tako it I M.h K lin It I'r'.W ii'imlH-- r eniitmii- - liuiiiln-il- ' of Ironi onn; eiitiiiiir nilviii lin. himI H'li'trini'ii In unless more "conduct money" were ctiiiil ilii'iiti In join own Mute Count) t ny o. h'liei nml K'liili nn n ntifroiii added. Of course I received my iniiiiin, iiiin n i n nun or tlme of tln'iifioite.ex; if HMMZOTrci O U structions, and merely laying the Knnnm Klioliim nut fuiiiul iii or lier nf.liily Vt'tH'H't I'utem (HJnf ihtuiHuH paper upon his person being "good 0 Ihti'' oirtlinil). Aililrri-- i uhimic llojl-l'lLOKIOIK, riMllll 1), service," round and round tho table unit, llorton, :wlj, in his front sitting room wo went, I S. C. TAYLOR, S, 0, U M.k. endeavoring to placo it upon him, ho dodging backward to keep out of tho WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO way. titrAiiC'ir CALL ON However, after a lengthy race on a track that was, goodness only knows, how many WV'tu) laps to the mile, he suddenly burst SPAVIN out laughing at tho oddity of tho situation, and brenthless with exertion accepted tho subpa'na. London The special announcement which appeared in our columns some time since, announcing a special arrangement with Dr. 11. ,1. Kendall Co., of Knoshurg Falls, Vt., publishers of "A Treatisu on tliu Horse and His our subscribers Diseascs,"whereby wore enabled to obtain a copy of that valuable work free of charge by bonding their address to I). .1. Kendall Co. and unclosing a two-cestamp for mailing same, is renewed for a limited period. Wu trust all will avail themselves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of tho Horso it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all of the diseases which afflict the noble animal. Its phenomenal sale throughout States and 'Cnniid , the I'uited makes itstaudard authority. Mention this paper when sending for "Troat-is'i- ." nt i To Our Subsoribors. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF '92. GliAND INDUCEMENTS TO READEUS OF ZZZ IF w 37 a 1 I THE REPUBLICAN The Presidential Campaign will bo the most intensely interesting and in the history of tho United States, anil country people will bo extremely anxious to have all the general and political news and discussions of the day us presented in a iS'ntional Journal, in addition to that supplied by thoir own local paper. To moot this want wo havo entered into a contract with the exciting Mm sf&' fJ iftundrymaid I pretty And stout. l New York Weekly Tribune, lately in Irouible ar.d douif, her heal counterpanes is I rfS some very black stains al But"CIKlTErS?Ptflokllicin out CLAIREITE SOUP-- ailg i - only tl K. K. FAIRUNK & GIL, SI. Loill. n We furnish both Papers ono year for 1.25, - U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. 275,000. $Accounts of Farm Co ers a try Merchants alty. Interest paid on time deposits licits your business HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, T!)e Sttn W aslj leister, - Mexican Mustang Liniment, A .ilfilllL '.urc for the Ailments of Mnn and Beast. pain reliever. !::; use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. This remedy has stood tho test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of long-teste- d Tax Notice! Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and have unpaid and been delayed in the A d ills-ni- t. BafMSfcW r - iMmt-iiit-iii- itM-i- r K.u-l- Globe-Pemocra- t. collection for more than 00 days by the Legislature, I will Commercial Hotel, expect you to call on niOOr my (lepiltieS and settle at once. The short time that will have to collect STANDARD CO., well-know- n Mustang Liniment. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. B0KiSnB riret-ela- and meet the ments with State and county will necessi tate promptness on your part. This June 1892. I l r- mm . -v I I 111 1W&YUAH0RSE? DOES HE eJPTOMs WHYN0JnUPA6E uiitiiijr-irr-iiii- . tlu-r- MfqdEspeciallyForEXERCISINGandSpEED1NG. Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be--, 111 ll The MOST PERFECT SULKY CART In USB ' goas-you-pleas- o Tit-Bit- Irulte. 15 THE BEST, "Do you know how ono profesThe .lion! urreful IteneJr 'erdUoor sional will express himself when ho PJKW HWt SUMM MACIIIIK Q. OtyHQUW: crrJ, u It I, ctrti.lt In In eOixti anl il'xt uol wants to say that another is a very LlUler. lUuil proof bdowt "iuitw-poor artist " said "a actor" to tho Man .'noun' for SAt,r, B For the finett and Mod Artiftic Work; Kendall's Spavin Cure. Town. "Say that a manager About was to come to mo and ask mo about any rise or ntyle. FraUrica 6V. , between ability. He's a rattling w37 I)t:. II. tCcxpAu. 3rd and 4th. II. A. LOZICIKIUtCO., Co.. J. 0 iii AMut thrw1 ji'ftrn Dffo I wrote to you good fellow, you know, nnd I 1iO"itttlnrft' tiwuetl wtiu had a Hito. IutNt wouldn't do him harm for tho world, Wholesale D.ialer.--, U iMtiUiiii )our Ktii(lnirhialu Cure, and H liiiidi.finiii UttiL'urr, liatrt rtfMit.iitnaUU.ttJ but he's a very bum actor. I'd say to itti.rA wLuhutuUauU It ult1, Itkt'iiiotfii. CLEVELAND, O. iliu. AU i KlKUAMQM. JOJjY JJOjYJfOMMJ'J, tho manager, 'He's a fine fellow and .'140 Superior St. he's good to Ids mother.' That would fix him forever. Among our people HKLKU IN Kendall's Spavin Cure. Kltl'l'l"N nml uo slur or deprecutiug lunguage Is half as expressive iu that phrase, Owonsboro, Ky. t ixDitN, Warren Co., Va., June , ltt. tn. IL J. Kewiull Co.: 'iio s goes! to his mother.' Only thing .S' All Order From Slage.i Promptly a ix ur Hin- -i mutt my that Ionoa trW tri'itnl l in niri-- t "f bottla vt ynur Kemlairabpav.il Cure on a that can bo said in his favor, don't n nit.iliin, liiiili colt, and It entirely remote abase ii I'lii'iiliil :iiil ! aad tended to. 37ty ripiin J'i tn ji removlur you see, and a little bit like, 'Yes, IitlI nut iimihU the brittle Invrrv aaiuiiJ. It. Tha ii' ntiiii.liuur. iiiur nil id lxnr nvVfli Tiara filtl. Bind haa ntlii-' tin- ililln'iillj llim d uifliaM work all of tho time. but ho s a good hearted fellow,' exK. Kixoitox Siuibcit, Ituiptvirull yours, iiml tli i ;i - ti nun i J, lullj .x..iiii( cept that usago has made it infinitely (li in ami IiIImioiiI;iI- - ol in Iionl n, nifli ulllil.i.t moro expressive." St. Louis Re- I'llris troin piiiinlMi nt ot.liOI.IIKHT IMIOTO;llAI'IIKU In TIIK lii'ilk.l In , tlipUrrrn Kltrr country Ih umkliiK Kendall's public. lii ly lilt. A. Itl.M'.ll.VK, Tiitoiii.1, Wnli. Spavin Cure. IMrlureM at the lollowlnif low irlre I A Story uf the Autocrat. lurlhe next lle iinuilliii Cotomu, All., July J4.MW. One loc. Cabinet riiotoirruiiliN S2.00 iw. D. J. Rriniix Co. i When her lion was leaving, tho Uents I tiKve removed on cam of Om-lii- iir 1.30 iloz. hostess, who had put the cream of bane NPRVtnwIth your Kenilall'v SpavtnCure. 1 iLimrrully recomnieuil It to nil. " " 1.00 " LLW Three lier acquaintance ou parade aud ItiiiKctfully, n. C. Knaiir. 1.00 ruril " rathor expected effusive admiration " 1.00 Out- " dnlny " from tho great man, baid, with u con10 " " Tnollnlyiieo Trlcof ixrbottle.orilxbottltifortS. Alldrn-(Itt- i a.T " bare It or eta gut It for you, or It will bo tent fidential biuile, "Well, Dr. Holmes, " One A Grand Rally. where toanyaddrciioa receipt of price Ly tho proprielliennly tJiillery In Inil The Alpha Colored Baptist of wliut do you think of afternoon tear" tors. Hilly ie lire iimile. full mill Nee me. theso four graphic Ho answered DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Hartford, on the first Sunday in Aug- words, "It is ingiggle gabble gobiiMiuuK w. yi.vniiN, Enosburgh Falls, VemoiL Uioyiiiln Ntrrel, ust proposed a rally for tho benefit ble nnd git I" This sentence will 2Zy. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Jourhistoric Boston Homo of the Church, preparatory for the Association aud meeting a few little nal. A SURE EAK AND UNDEVELOPED and CERTAIN CURE )7Si00 tO 52yUi00 worki'ni'lor 'i'h. Sure ot It. ueiits, particularly asKiug cacn memknown for IS years as tho BE8T Orstni itrenxtbtnad and anlarnd. unli. Mrs. Justrieh These diamonds are REMEDY FOR PILES. ireforreilHlioeiui luniili iilnili" nml uue tlnir ber of the above named Church for as lloru itnppcd, IMt MiMhood Bcatarctf, frtplrtd l.y UK IUII1) '.UV.T.ITI III! VIP, til., HT.I.OnS. Hholetiine to tin- I'limne". N!iro nioinciitx genuiue of course Tarlcocele, weak back, lou of memory, dlrilnt u, much as possible, also of all other irutit.ilily iliii'i)iil nlo, A feu iiiiuncieii inn)' l nerrouincu, wtiinen tmwtm cy tne Jeweler Certainly, madam; 1 Cllr KemedlM. f 1.00 per box ; ill bozri Ibi churches and our friends. We give know tho manufacturer personally. in toHii nml lit lei. II. '. JOIINSO.V A CO t&.0u. A written guarantee of cure with trrrj '.'Clli nml Miiln il., Iliiliinonil, Vn. Hend ill Iioxm.CITY utamp for particular! to thi below the 'names of the members conExchange). 1EN!V MF.IIICAI. COMPANY, SOS JVorlb Hecond Street, 1'talla., l'a. tributing to our Church ami helping Gathering llucklelirrrlm. us otherwise. Huckleberries nro retailed by New Nail, Sl.OOj.Juno Illy, visitor, York fruit dealers in small Iw.xes and Ellen IT IS A DUTY yon oweyonraelfnnd fnm. y to uri ina dchk tdido lor your incr. Kconoml 12.1c; Emma Brookiu, !5e; in jour logiwrnr vr pn."ai Lula E. baskets, but the great blue huckle. V. L. I) niiarlnw Mh ii vtrich KaU.ru, ma i ( neat value. prices Sullenger, 81.00; Ellen Lee, 81.f0; berries of tho Delaware swamps still will teatlfjr. Caroliue Pliipps, 81.00; Mrs S. E. como to town in Yankee buckets, as 45.00 .aaaaw 00 tho ordinary hooped and painted 2 50 Phipps, visitor, S1.00;Prudio Hunter, wotxlcn bucket fur domestic use is $4.00 aai 42.00 43.50 $1. 50; Mrs. Nancy Collins, friend, generally called south of Mason and f OR USIEf The Lestding Fhoiographer. Sl.OOjQueeu Brown, .'!0c; Mary BarDixon's lino. Tho swamp hucklo-berr42.50 42.00 rett, 25c; (Jeorgte Walker, 25c; Ann bush grows to a height of eight 42.25 41.75 Hint's; 25c; Hettiu Hines, 25c; Dclila or ton feet, aud tho berries are gathron lovf Pictures In Eiery Stjh i Site. 10c; Mary Ross, 10c; Sallie ered by men, women and children, 42.00 Herad, 41.75 6y01d Pictures Copied aud Enlarged FOR a. WW R Peyton, 81.00;Lu.io Ross, 10c; Lucy who enter tho mosquito haunted J a. Itosj, 00c; Phemie Eidson, 50c; Bei-thA SPECIALTY. swamps, spread sheets under tho Pcudleton, 80u; Mrs. T. E.FIem. bushes aud shako off tho lierries by 108 Main Btreet. ing, 25c; Oma Hines, 25c; Minn tho Inishol. Tho Adirondack hucklo-berr- y Pl'ira OWENiJiOJiO, KY :i7i0 bush grows to a height of from t hkitii Young, 25c; Lwwie Griffin, 25c;Mrs. rt fl Martha Eues, visitor, !(5c; Brothers, eight to eighteen Inches, and the lierThomas Walker, 81.25 Woodford ries aro gathered not by hand, but by Li AI.JrAAO THE 8E8T SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONtT. nnow5' mosi hiti-kii- i Phipps, 81.00; Calvin Barrett, 50c; tho cupful. KorlMl'J OTIIKll Hl'KCIAI.TIKH In footwear a or EhbodisEveryDesirable Improvement ContnlnH Olio lluuilrnl lUrlpta If r Inj'.l:-l- y tba tania lilgu irrade.anil repraient a nion.y valua A berry gatherer goes through tho lieu Moseley, '10c; Nelson Coleman, i.wl far beyooil tbeiirleeacharKed. &ee that iiama and iklkloiiHCmiily il.eul auy '.'i'1.1, Manv Exclusively Its Own. ut dru Drlctf aru ttamped on bottom of eacb ahoo, 81.00; D. F. Ross, 81.25; Charles bushes, a cup in one hand and a larger nt lioini'. Till Uiult U Kluu TAKENUHUIIHTITI1TK. ou J uouirul iorc. vessel of some sort hung to his side. Parks, 25c; W. I" llouglaa, Uracklon, Maaa, Bold by FULLYlf.TE3 As ho walks ho whips his cup, mouth We take this means of letting each HOOKER & TABOR, of the members know who helped in forward, about through tho bushes, Flegantly .Inllenl i.lUrrl", FIVeYears Initio, Ky. Finished fills it with leaves and the work. Other friends helped us and quickly AGENT OR berries. As tho leaves rlso to tho SEE OUR, who are not mentioned here for which top they aro taken off, whon the cup we are truly thunkful. The result ! VOll IIVHPEl'SIA UAUUKRS. fills and the berries nre cast into the I'.e llroirii'a Iron Itinera. was about 825. larger vessel. In this way camping 1'IitiIcIhih rccoinincna It. Opposita Snlzer and noar Clovorport J. J. Fl.KMt.vu, Paetor. All dealer keap It. f l.O rr bottl. Oaoulne parties gather many bushels of huckHotel, Clovorport, Ky. anU trowed i cJ lluea on wrapper. bin CUl.vjx JUititirrr, Clerk. leberries in a fllnglo day. New York A UVLAOENTWANTEUIN EVERY T0WH Sun. One Kind of mmmtM $$& l L- C.Theo.Cain, J IENErUUsl! CUREfg - Agents Wanted! the rnoicaairErr., yjB Kyaaraaaaaaa HaaaaraaaaaaW aWaWliJaaaaagaaaaaaWBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaP 1 1 'uif-rtliin'rl- rWS"rtf arWltaar 8c For CaUloguo ond Priooa, vrrito tho Manuflvcturors, vviM-mi.Ii- a Austin, Tomlinson Webster Mfg. Co., titii-a- i iifilini-iitnliiti- l.uli-il- , - JACKSON, MICHIGAN. U, 8. A. - "Seeing is Believing." And a good lamp must be simple; when it is not simple it is Jdffitin 1 1 ! 1 1 not nood. Simple, Beautiful, Good these words mean much, but to see "'1 he Kochcster" will impress the truth more forciLlv. All metal, tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only, tSjSSkBI it is absolutely tafevuX unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar velous lisht is purer and brighter than cas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither. 1 PILE OOGKEYE OINTMENT: 1 llu-l'lt- W hain't the e.nnlna Tun Rociikstfr. U the Look for thNtam Rochester, ou J the alvle you want, kend tu i.i fir uur new illuitratcil caUtivi . our cboicg ol over !i,wuil ami t will aeml ou a limp lafcly bv tiiirc varielln f""n Uie IJittut tMmf Hurt in lAt H'uilU, JlOCIIKaTISIl VMIV CO., 12 Varli Place, New. York Ctlf. - v "wivJaaaX ? "The Rochester1 ir "':"!" y mmm VaBBaaaW-.1 m SUREUURE FOR CHILLS ft FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. ENT FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS, BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- DOCTOR 01 TAYLORS MED. CO. ST.LOUIS IPRETARED R Ma a, (PlMfcfl . BEST. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cENtftW I rjp , HARRIS & HID, KUUHlHMaHMHWyav.. EmiTaT WlgMI8fciMftffll1iMllilhW trailn-mar- -