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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iMsaKgan r nrwrwrnttftrrsi mrar vtrnrrssaauttm r n mf rrr fifffrmTrfiriifaflMrTT-T,J'Va3assa3a- as ss.3T.5M LW l" viw HriiiYotir Job Work " j io tiii: rri i' LAM V iiiu well supplied with the wiry best material mid hao iiiottr employ us trootl wniklllfll IIS call 111) The Haetfoed Republic a n. jr JO, S, ROGERS, aef in SUBSCRIBE I'M. Jill y?xf $ Pii Publisher. OFFICIAL OROAK OF THE PARTVUN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS---S1.2- S Per Annum, In Advance. iLruj frnS? Lltl M E' UA fouiKl. IViicH rouMnii.ililu. KPB $1.25 per year. fi aaa. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. liom heaven than that Robt, Sailers innumerable, host who la onfjjl-th- e conipwu tho Kingdom of Clod, for the Not Lord IIimnlf has ppoken it. only so, hut all mankind from Adam until now, who bowed submissively to the will of the Internal King, will some eweet day, sit down in the Paradise of (Sod and there receive the inoin "'' nig star. The earth may quake and, every ' '.:,. .1 ...,,..,.... ... sun iiiu iuiKii.l uusiciidiioii nisi, . Ironi on high iilaco their gentle pin- ' oiis beneath our uneasy hentl, anil bid us look up with that heavenly' iMiinincv, and with perfect peace and love . NO. 5. them-elvc- State Directory (intirnnr l.iriitininl I. Jo ALBANY, TEXAS. Robt. E. Fifo at tho Gravo of I.ittlo Robert Sauors, April 12,1892. It'lltiw-tiavi'lfiH COMPOSITION. rilVMIHtMA(l(lli:.WIM.I.M.s.J I ' suggestive (pir'tiniis can dcsciibc the W .1. Id n.lrick ,.t. :.,,.! .!!.,.. u.mji !,. til. il.!. v 1. .!.. iiiuu iiifjuii. linu vnn I' 0 Norm i The true end of all intelleetiml Auditor until the child leains to write on its Ilfiir IIhIp TrruMircr is tn develop tho powers of ii.H 'minxi. ItegWin.r Lull "Mm sl.ilo then have it write downjtK to tho tomhs .My V.. I. llni mind with wRich we are born mi th.it AiljiitmitUuiini such answers and description as tlico. I!. I'. 'I liiiinii Nn.t. I'lil'llr lnightcvt ro-- c tlmt await in all. Tho we in n v he able to think nnd to ae- ViMhih I'lvik Just along this line the reading that t'vor lilnniiiuil, w liuii ccttliotl and re- I'. I'o1I:.IiiIiiihi quire tho habit of doing without public I'rlnli-lco'on nflorda many excellent opportu- fit.Mltir tfi nliv llltn M'Dichctl hy the torrid sun, is blown nitics for leading sec ccttit'stit wind which whN-p- cr away by the lothiseiisohoolho.t-e- s arebu.lt, ..,,. .....1 ..,..! ..r the pupil to ..11 the ' 11 mil ' uiu .iiiu iiuLu in iii.uij, :.... mi, .1... uiu the III, Mmnl i) In Mm) still. its Cin'iiil I'mirl iiintiiim text books lut Written, teachers edu- mnl.Ninnnlr. puiictuations marks as well as many I.IM.iltie Wbilu o havu no right to ay that lintce cated, taxes levied, etc. bach things .v'"',' 'V'.1' Coiiimnnwciillh ' Attorney ... .,, n .It.it'n tfi rlmiL-- .hv other things that will enable the pit. llurilitlck any hud of nature would not have nr.i liicnuc.it'l) Clerk "., '", Il'llirnlt made thi! woi Id happier and bettor I'ihiiihIiii'Iiiiii r ,, pil to understand and many pf the purpo-c- . ettidying tho jthoughts of others. 0 C3V1TST CCTT.S. 1' MiirliM, rules ami principles he will hccxpet. . tt..i-- u ... J to bloom, yet bithad it been permitted ivni iu rtui4r iiuiii it iiitk uiuuirj 111111; etl . Kill .. .V.":::::"""". ... A Peanut Governor. nilKIKTIHHIIH ... W" ...... is placed to learn when a text-hooKliUiIll Ilnll.rimk ter U this Ilower that never known before us. Our individuality luntlli k) Umlel. Slmrlll :!.t..'1'"l"r iu his hand. After a while the child I loin.on than for a time to gather tho morning Col. Bennett II. Young, editor of jullrr is developed by fctutlying tho relations Hit- Muiul") In iiii'I, iniinlli roiirtcnnti'iii SomothinK Now in Mustach of things 'aii'l no wheio in the realm seems able, icad its little stories and the Louisville Po.t, lt dew, and then ho w licked upon thu would tlo well to eorr.T. oa. have it reproduce the story iu its own fire his t'uurl toutcnos the Sr.l Monday in Juniwry, !oom of one who is not it fiiend. tiresome and pointless "foice studies can one be totimlstuiidin" A now ntwinli litiu ilnn'MPil Jpril,,liily n.tiitinr. ntuiti wortls. This I have found a niot bill" tlepaitnient How fail lill' to them that live, Compo-ilim- f 111 this reject from his editorial Coa.rt ef Claims. the mustache. The life oi a ...ale 1... satisfactory way of teaching Composi 1ft Monday in Oilolnr mid them that die; Court And weet to ll' page and devote some attention to the to tliwuhicatwmil value. In iiiuthe. Jaiiinir). man being ha. several periods at How eat'ied are the tenia we idled, tion; it cultivates attention anil cans, ,ho intolerant, i.ariow-uiindcwhich new importance is n.ine.1. "I.ul!,a When for our dead wo fcigii. T""."'" ""',,,U "'. "h!'" es the child to obcrve clo-clI m Mnn Ii, J line, ft 'l' ."Iff Mii.tlce'i. court. In ,n, c hut peanut politician whosits 111 it .s i oppii.ltelln- ii inn . i ml r, nt 'iT .Uli "P't'on niul liei-The first 0..0 begins when he first have always found tho children eager Yet in the night ol gloom, "l,d 1.1 W Tinner, ft, 4,4, 4, l'l.'le;J-hi- s to do this kind of woik and it is no the Governor's chair at I'rankfoit, drops his new starchy dres. and puts-.,- . ' !"0I ,,,,U',"1,"C ' When all our hopes ikc dead. McKlii.tte), 1: W liijIuriiiii'liiMi'. Ill romi. and with the assistance of his "kitch-e- n (ll The brightest crown ol which wo first pair of pants. When attired '" J"f.1 "wlMigraiof fai.t;.,iial pow- less interesting to tno to hear them cabinet" plays into the hands of a 111 weigning (H. I Mini, lo. ir, li'., I". pro. biia-- t, it, nunts. with brass bi.U ur'" ""ciinnnniimi i -. Itiowii, II, 11,11. II. I kiiMWIU. written. I have few abilities as will best enable the pupils read what they have newspaper pets, giving them all (T. II, Aie placed upon our heiuK tons and a collar that lays all over his . I I, I. I. III.. found work of this nature quite as inipoitant executive news sev.eud ( K.I. Im. Mill, r, 1, .....I ' Life in thi-- i world is like the great" "',u"" " I. !.. I. .' .1, '.', t, i. I IwinUiii, shoulders, he begins to feel that hois lorn i ill r, well ns the (.1 of,CMCSt I'ii) nfiuii-til.il- '. hours or days in advance of its ofli. est ea, miiiic times tiautpiil and ,, , M nV " "C(; " tlic uV" profitable to the older as fir,. .... ... .,...-- , IIm .,. - ,mir of tmn.s. ho-w.. ....... In order to vary the cia'ipromulgntion, smaller pupils. l inn II,;, I., T, ? ( I'.rt) crytlay activities of life, smooth like nature's face reflecting leaving The lVt It i(.11 T Iti mil r, i., S, A, ft. llAHTruRP. ever, are attached to a waist which work a little, I sometimes tell my puII l.i)l"r....ii-- i il.l... am' other papers to "hold the hag.'' Again, it The importance of tho study of the handiwork of (.tod. buttons up in front and serves as a pils to watch me, or some one of the (1 I, KlllkllMIII, Ii. II, II, II This species of favortism has been Composition cannot be overestimated, wcop- and mourns ielf away then J i,U...U.ii.I, II, II, II, II. ttuiKrimT. large pocket into which apples ate pupils I have selected for the purpose, going on ever W Hour mliitnl.il'. (dm too much stress laid upon its nehides its teais beneath thu flowery bed since the pre-cparti-sawhen a forage is made into a nor stored, ami notice carefully everything I do. i WM 4utr), II, in. '','. vindictive and selfish adminiscessities, for it stands which only lives to gieet the passers II T M)r, I", i", ". . i( W Mu.itr. neighbor's orchard. As he grows oldAfter I have occupied myself fora mo- tration went I'Mlll. rcollMi.l.lo. ahead of all studies iu the common into power, and the newsby. lint its minion has, isaiul shall er the idea that a waist is humiliating ment or two 111 doing something a litpapers that have Ijcen discriminated ever be to hi ing universal peace and and that be should have suspenders school couiee, except grammar and tle out of the ordinary, I tell them to I'lillri' 4'inrl.. ngaiu?j have not hail the courage to it is excelled by none in u college ity, ami glad tilling.--, of great trrown on linn. pro-pwrite down justas neatly as possibly Judgi-- i S l"l(..r, joy to all who would live it well. cm,,c- dcnoitnco such tieatiucnt. .i.tIUM.-l- .l ct ,nI,it0 "' 1,lu ol,vio"i fie U then seen resplendent in his everything they saw me do, always fuc:,-,- , I W I'liil. I, N I' I'inlil, Jii'lk-i'-: i.' In this world of temptation, in ami fir,t It is notorious to every newspaper n,) ",hJfct N le pair of suspenders, ami is ready limtnlinl. give them a certain timcto do this ami IMIIwr, death, tlicgilllticM, the sweetest, the I I. lmi.lnn,iiilii" Jn t,,,l'1,t- man in Kentucky that every move- T1U vc,' ,,eil r(,Mllt Iia(1 K..KI ti i r that to icalic that siekenin" when the time is llll call promptly Jill nut rr ImI. tcnilere-- t faces moulder ami decay, inltiiini.ti-'i- t im . tnent of the nie-elUkllHHI. - W I. Ilklll", Jll.l.'i W 11 lM.tll.iis felt when the last suspender button Iroin its study 111 our best college-- tho work .,. ' some "... not be done, but , - , will Illtltsh il. while our hallowed ami acted mem-mlull very far below the I;.., moio. KhUi. Hi ill, Jn.lso. mil- utrun lllllllllt'll Itl II 00- 1bus linr.-tei-l. 'I'lio nrvl nra i:i si'liti- ( Cru.l. r. jiilne, next time they will try harder to get Iii.msi.-- t. !,ml t,le for their dep.iitetl epirits never mental rcspoiitlent, who isa member of Gov. iiiptw at its study iu our marshal. He falls in love and be-- ' one. all their story written. tlii'-i- . Modern theology ba- - taught us enor Brown.s official family, nnd who """" kum, so Jar are almo-- t gins to venture out to church with his Oilier mini) Ol.lii'r-- . Then again give them a picture, in g innocent ones be itirl at night. While iroing to church """" ,WML" "' H0,m ,CeUI1"' that !od " ")' their book, on a card or have them toots the Govenor'ri horn on every posI II W sun tor sible occasion. this is tine i tloiibtle-- s due not to one come desperately wicked, lakes them of course he is in a . f W IVrn.ll perfectly silly con draw one, and have them write a litJill' II III. Kir H.Ii.h.1 iim rtrli ii.inil Our 2x4 Peniiyiile statesman is deawav in their puiity that their future Iitio nm f.lvu,,V) MH Xm)cv is reason, but to many; but the two J U llr.i.ll.') I'i.ii.i.i t. ...... seen I ome may be one ot eternal rest. . ' T.10 . chief reasons ?eem to be, First, Wiant tle story about tho objectsmany in the termined to punish the em respon , ,,.1V. .. Coin, IW MlhUM I saw a gieat picture. .1 dents ami editors who will not "eiook Mut stan.ling a.oumt l.ts little ol gootl text books on the subject and lllW imi,(irt:lIlt t.)och ,lnttll,f lllttPV positions of this kind on exhibition nt tho pregnant hinges of the knee, that .. .....,..,,. it second; uicaj d.iy wr liavcno ngl.t to say of the teaches to , , tombto .M.i:.iiiir.ii.s.,iiih.-.s.m,.'.ii,ir.i- n.i ., . , . P.uluc.ih ami I may add that with, .. .... 1., . iMoili.iifMil nl.1., . .1. 1.... thrift may follow fawning'' and he IniirlliSmili) iiiimiiIi lin.lilli 11...1 t.o.: leaen ino .tinjeci coirectiy. the an uiai mlrlllrc,(, whIl UjlllIeri:aro . i.'.lmk perhaps one exception, I have found I) "1111.11) limriltHK. !!. K I! s has adoptetl the policy of depriving tlioinof moit bloom into man ami womanhood t on the subl'ti',l'.iir 4 As we said in the outset, however, this the mo-- t interesting feature of llnplNI huri'li. rii,i' wi.n.l 'iiiu-.Ih- ) would not have been fountains of them of all news of the official doings ject seem to have had iu view that its iin.l.n iM.itli.i". Iin.. iit nn. SihiiIiii anew era has dawned in the innsIt is perhaps a of that grand display. r. Hi J f li.li iimii. '!'!. .1: nut jmt'niil . be confined to the g the great "I nm." i hu iiiiiic. iiairraiice nun siri'i s, tti. r 11..I Intiiili firtat'he. It is now allowable for a man study should . 4'. ! Ilmrili. little out of place here, hut the thought pact ui(h R The Leader rcnliea that it will he of abstract definitions and llll H II UI'.Mlll "Sl Nttll III lllMll t JilIt'll' h k wild ,o.o ..f the tt.rest, or the SI4 m, bcaJ f(j (( the tffU u has occurred to me so persistently that ruin.' mi) iiiii.1 ivlillt'Hi, Iti n Mi'Pi.n I'nu. bllv by the cab... door that bows its assailed by the Governor's pets anil While this acquisition i'i'i) .ii ".rii-il. :. ni(, mvc )is kA mug principles. I canitot reliaim from expressing it - il ' HI. ili'i'il "I '' .1.1 I. em In lie w. t sceptic ol the sum.1, has a certain value, jet, if pursued in apologist for this plain spoken, utterllr N .SSIiinr, P1.1 ir Ibis, of taehe dyetl a fiery , here. It is this, why cannot the l 'I miAlpllll ltilill-- l. the main, will certainly leatl to knowlniiIh" HiihIhhI mer bieei', faithfu lv Iu ills its course . only ance, but it has told the truth, as -- nn t to stopping-stonn ii,; mm tho is .' ''.' Ikml , li) in ', teachers of Ohio county have tho work l.pt J linn. ,. mi.-siedge barren of the power of stinitthit. us the tender violet that is, nlvn'cloLi every newspaper man stationed at ..,., ... v .,..,1. nt; iii.i rwuii;iiiiii iiuiii; riuitlili. during this school of their pupil-1- , big and invigorating thought. Frankfort this year knows. nursed through the cold winter bla-t- s now expect to see men with ligiu year, placed on exhibition here at our Thought is Of course ft will be claimed that to style; in the palace of the greate-- t king. brown hair going mound with navy next Institute? It seems to bo a feasi(Sod's wind is not CotIV wind unles matter to appearence, ami the teacher the correspondent who is on the inside blue black hat ami yel a ble plan ami it is certainly one I of the "kitchen cabinet'' scores his eternal happiness await all who know low mustache, ora blown head with a has not the time or is incapable ol should like to sic carried into effect. Human creeds and supersti""l'l'yi"," what thetcxt-hook- s not sin. scoops by his superior bustling quallack, green mustache, ora pea green head AfBut to return to our subject. tion may consign nil oeent ones to an with ities, but it would be down-righ- t consequently the child failiug to tet egoan indigo blue mustache would ter the pupils have textbook on tho tism any beauty iu the study or any good endless hell, but nature's love and all or flattery for him or his friends a stiiKing appearance. ircsfiit subject, (lu:t I may add heie that a can get from its study, leaves it for God's Revelation tleclare a home for To help to claim that he alone of all the matters along the tip of the ho text-boois never a necessity in teach. the pine in heart beyond the seas of noes might be given a dab of red, something he deems moio piofitablc correspontlents.it Frankfoit is omnipiiig Composition) great care must bo Iu this anil thus looses the chance of acquirtrouble ami pveis of woe. otent ami oiuni'-cieiit- . white or blue exercised in conducting the recitation. ing that power of expression that liletleath is no iiioic eel tain than a The Governot's chief hoi n blower is of course need Keutuckians TlrV mind must be exercised in conmakes conversation a charm and haven of let ami a home of despair a wLo young man and a hustling corltirrwr.KX paint their noses red as the majority formity with the laws of thought, or respondent, but no one will pretend LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, iu the woihl to coine. It is noble to are already that color. The tunc Composition a part of the literature the study will be repulsive. Let of any that is tho embodiment of the masbeat with patience, the penalty for an instant that he has the power has been when a white headed man each lesson have a thought, as the declare equality who to crime, but to read tho innermost thoughts and his mustache black would ter spirits of any nation. des PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' ami rules are mcmori.cd whole sin and righteousness finever have been apprehended as a lunatic. The greatest tlilliculty is found in definitions purposes of Governor Brown from day suitable exercises should be given to riiO.M AM) TO dwell. When innocent ones fall to They leading the child into fields of abto day, and publish them to tho world nre now permitted to go at i,n'isvci.i.i:.'ii.Mi'ius, ic KMti'it .leep into an endle-- s rest, we should enable the pupil to apply them. long bcfoie they arc spread upon We hardly know-hostract thought. itti;i:.iinii .m:mi)Hi.i:.i'. large. Civilization is advancing. ii'iiin t Im .'Ii niilils. These exercises need not always ho to pull away from the symbols of weep for joy because,, their state js paper iu the Executive chamber. KoniN ilpon. taken from the hook; though the texthappier than our own, ami shed teais arithmetic and learn to use more What would be said of President m book usually contains very good work The Quick ami Desirable Route of soi low hec.u-- o we are mil prepared symbols, or guides to thought Hariison or Secretary Ilalford if they it is sometimes better fur TO AND I'HOM A Sohooi-mat- o Gono. found iu trees, rivers, bridges, land, of this kind, to meet what they have so nobly met. gavo fovorite correspondents quiet New York I'li'liu'eliililii llnltiiunrii The death angel has called from us the pupils to give them something to scapes, eitie., great men, etc. tips on appointments, important mes It is WHllili.'tiiii .Niirlolk (Mil I'nltil l'n itlnrl The tiials of this woild aie many. one tielovctl. tiis victim was in the very littlo good just to tc.ieh Composi do besides these. Let the pupil un- sages, treaties, etc, and left tho great Kielniiiiiiil Halliilo C'li'Mtl'iinI Death lo the just is seot, 'I'lilii.to L'lilriipi Iiiilliiiiiiinli L form of C. S. Saudcifur, son of D. derstand always that the object to bo lint all will be joy and gladness, I'iiH'tnniiti l.inili!)( tion as we do the facts of history.aritb army of newspaper men to feed on Snnilcrfur. He was born and raised sought in the study of Composition ii nnd Northonotorn Points When wein fair Kden meet. Enstorn luetic, geography, etc. Jt must be the crumbs that wcro discarded by Hut) Mtmiilii urjj Union Khuri The Lamb was slain to redeem us; in Ohio county, Kentucky, and after Most erlearn to think concisely. matle alivo or complete success will to the official pet. Now Orlt'iitm Mnluli' I Utle ItniK lint His spirit is (idling us home; completing bis education he went west of conversation and .composition not follow. This fixes on the teacher rors What a howl would go up from Spring anil p.'l.il In Weill Ti'iines-si'- tt The angels aie waiting to greet us, to try his luck in tho Lone Star State, are duo to loose thinking nnd when Arkiiums Misbitii When we no longer hero ronn. Toxn a great, yet just as responsible, and every editor iu the land if every picco hut iu the bloom of youth ho was call, l.nuitltitiH ntnl tl'ti South mill this is overcome niostcirors of stylo one upon the successful discharge of of official news wcro not guarded That Coil lakes innocent children ed from bis earthly abode to a home will be corrected. SOUTH WKST. which depends the greatest good wo clo.ely until officially promulgated, from parents or parents from children If tho pupils have been trained and then gwen tho widest publicity oiniipoil nnil In to oblige the mourners to serve Him, high up in heaven. His remains were can hope from our common school Tho lino .9 tliiiriiiiKliIburied in Texas, on the 'J8th of July. Urtl-ckcondition, anil privities nn oxeul-len- t system. Wo all today ean realio properly from the first in writing out for the benefit of all newspapers, reis an uiisciiptuial teaching ami an RrriiiiKi'iiH'tit in tiniotiinl tliriiiili enr It was so sad to see his younger broth, tho gieat step foiward our schools their thoughts they will have no tlilli- gardless of politics or peisonal relaunreasonable doctrine, ami the besetA vkatimik l tlii'tlino nnil eoiiM'iilt'iioo er return home to his parent alone. have inado since tho introduction of culty in doing the work "required in tions with the President ami his housePhysical euonri'il hy llm l.miHoil I'.xjiress Triilns. ting sin of any creed. Georgio is not alone. The beautiOnly a nioiit' kidk liotwecn I..m! llto ilyath is caused, and caused only, by civil government into its ciiriciiluni, their books. A child is never to study hold. ful Angels aro watching over his sleep, un4 Mninplils, utitl Hip lmt niul miMi'l on any subject, without aiid we see even gi eater evidence of a text-boo- k It has remained for the Democratic .Spiiit. i oil. disobedience to n.ituiii'n laws. nervleo hetwecn tlui two titles ing body ami will continue to watch efficiency than this whenever the he has been well drilled on tho prin- Govcnorof the Democratic Commonniul nil ililre.l iiiHrinn-linmil death is the rcult, and the only Tii'kcl,Tltni-'' until tho resurrection morn, when it This is as wealth of Kentucky to establish a riviirnl y niil)liiK lt J. Il.'l li'lifimr to the laws of study of Composition is systematized ciple facts of tho study. result, of AKriilul lleuter Dnlil.ur will come forth iu all its beauty to true of grammar as it is of arithmetic court newspaper, in which ho first ruler of this and every recitation conducted with n W.H.ProutT.Cen'l Piss, A,l.,Lonis7ill6, h, tho spirit. The gi eat claim tho crown that is awaiting him definite, and all else; anil I have never yet makes kniiwn the inner processes of purpose. pcnfctul world is drawing men to iu Glory. Deal parents lift up your In trying to treat this subject logic, found a pupil too small in hotly or his mind and no Democrat editor has Him through love ami the gospel, and muukii.m:,m'. i.oniN .vri:x. 11. 11. not by robbing us of our best iriends, heads ot sorrow, Georgio is at rest, ally, or iu a way calculated to ho of mind lor some kind of drill in num- the courage to denounce such an although we shall never seo him any bers anil hardly so for grammar or procedure. who aie to us as the light to tho soino littlo benefit to you, I am at a LouisTillCi St. Louis I tmi iilway. Ono great draw-bac- k mnro iu this life, we will meet him loss to Now let the howl go up; wo can I could have no better way' tho subject be- language drills. say just wliero world. arrmind tho throtfo of peace, where gins or ends, and some been due to stand it. teacher is per to our Fchools has always HCIIKDUI.i: I.N r.KI'IXT MIV.I, lsll. of milking you my enemy than by .Nu.f.1, .N. .'.I, and children shall live parents want of attention of tho teacher to tho haps as much or moroat .1 lo-- .s to know slaying your best friend. Ilia great i'liil). lull), wi:sriii)M. together evermore. WIM.lllir Sl'l'l'i:itith ))iiicpsm nn just when tho study should begin smaller pupils. tWli. in. desire is that universal peace spread 7.lu. in. I.v. IxiulHtillK Liter i ninpliiiiit) SIiIIoIi'h Itnhxi r iniiiiiiriiiitci .1 Beautiful toiler thy work all done, Composition iu its 7..1I p. in Most good I think is deiived from Ktireyuii. hililli) .. Wii)ii inilllin A It". .tin binadest senso acWctl'iiint its halcyon wings over ever home, and Beautiful soul into Glory flown, V,I7ii. in. M7i. 111. l.rniiiltiitiiiitf all a peaceful and tranquil Beautiful life with its crown unworn, companies, or should accompany, all written essays than from any other HI n. in. h .17 p. III. give us . Irtlnnton .NhiloliV Vlliilu.rUwli.it tun niul for m In asof its kindied branches, ami certainly way in studying Composition. His only God givcth thee rest: lo.iln. in. V.JIp. in. home in which to die. Steihfii.i)il lion, osofnppilite, liittiue.s, niul nil h) minim in II n. in. Si.lt p. in. Clmirport Kcst from all sorrowings and fears; that of grammar and literature. grayer is that we submit to eternal It signing them bo sure togivc tho pupil rl l))i.pp-ii- i. I'rin in mi l7o(t ptr l.iitleut .. II lln. m. in in p. in. IUeiiille Wiijim (illtinA llm. guide. His Best from all possible sighiugs and even begins before grammar and ex- one ho knows, or upon which ho can II Ma. in. 111.11 p.m. wisdom as our inftilliblu ' l.tulmit tears. I', in. Mill p. in. OuruxUire. After the essay I shall not obtain information. tends thiotigh literature. will is that all mankind become Minnii: Thomas.. l.ulp. in. ll.Mp in. only hpollmille Piles,soie cyes.erackcd lips,chapped undertake to say just how the subject is written and read, critici-- o it ami li'Ui-yliving monuments 'if his tenderness, Ar. ll.iiiltiMin lu'H'.m. hands, ami all skin eruptions aro cured " to the pupil, bv Dr. Feu iter's German, should bo taught ton child. I do not point out the main errors beauty ami glory in this life, anil fkn.At, Xu.W, "A Back Number." l'.tily. KViriiOlIM). Iu'y believe rules can bo laid dawn for show him how improvements may he Warranted to satisfy or Money refund anchor eteiuall) in a homo of rest, to This is the slighting iuiiark that 7ilSn. in. Illtp.m. sorrow no uimo. Ipiiilirwn teaching It is not possible for one made, but do uotcritici-- e too much. ed. For sale by L. B. Bean 2 It l.t. is often niiido about women who try 17 p.in. 7: I'll. in. Wijtlt ilUt. person lo tell another how to teacli; Ono or two criors at a time is Tho last tribute of respect to this to seem III. Onili.'.iU !' .i.in. youiifj, though thoy no lonM.i:i:iI.i:HMIJIir imulo tnierulle Ii but tho truo teacher will not lack for li.i'ii.in. Snip, in, tender form is paid, but into the hands, I.eliHirt Unit U'riMiln fuiitfli. Nliiloli',. 'ino In the leine. aV ger look so. Sometimes, nppearan something to assist, Ii.'llii.m. S.THp.iii' .. Vn) no tii illln A Itru. who said: "Of such is tho and certainly It is diliieult to stand here and say il) fur )nti. Kur in ill it. tn. ftft7p in. of Him (.'lourpoit ., Female weakness, cos aro deceitful. . In Mil. lit. fl.l'i p. In. Kingdom of Heaven,'' wo. commend should not lack knowledge ot proper anything of all tho gootl things to bo Hteplu import lli'Ju, in. 7.Mp.m, his spirit, and tr you, kind friends, functional troubles, displacements guidance for a child's thoughts, lint saitl about a study, tho science of 4'iitiirrli 4'nriil. Iienllh mnlnHiit lirtnlh tini IrtiiiKlnn mi, I.) shlloh'n 4'ilnrrh ltinii.l), l'lke Ml Ilirin.lit. 7..lp. in. .. HriinileiilinTK and irregularities will add fifteen as I wish to profit us much us possible which contains so much that make u Nit' i liijcUm fount .. Wii)iinllrilniiA llui, who deal with earthly things, we p. iii. 8tHp.ni, Wi'.t I'rtlnl flWlV years to a woman's looks. These by our exercises here, and I "l p. in, u p. in. Ar. LouNilllu But tho commit his sacred dust. "Kurth has especially happy, nohlo life possible. Los AngoIcsCula. cannot heal," troubles aro removed by tho use of by tho discussion which is to follow on teacher with her class before her, real, Timlim .Nn. ftl ami .N. U iniikc unmet linn nt no sorrow that heaven (Jon. W. E. Vouoi writes as IrttliiKlmt (SiiiiiI t) m i pt'il) wllli triilna un and just so long as the Son of Cod is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Porscrijition. this subject, I will try to give you iing as she must, how much happillnr llimburir A W'rHuii II. It., in-- t iohI King of the Spirit Land, just so long Try this rouio.ly,allyou whoso beauty eomu idea of how I have attempted to ness iu the future life of her pupils follows, uWith (Juinn's Ointment I wtl buuinl. l'r furl Ik r inroriuatlon, kililremi II. I', MOIIIlUK.Gon. IVriR'l. will we, who become, as puro as he, and freshness is fudintr from such teach, as I think it ought to ho taught, depend upon whether or not they seo havu removed a swelling on hock I.OUl.Ylllo, It), ho permitted to cuter in through tho causes, and no longer figure iu so- - that you may criticise my methods if the importance of this study, surely joint which has boon thuru three years, ,. ti oi. ..I H)'. pcaily gates into the city, Death to eieiy ti a uhuk uunuiur. iiajjimr- - , uy ot y()u UVo louml tllClll not the will not want for means to instill in have also used it uu a number of my ' ' nndOpInmHftblU this thirling boy is more certain than anteud to give satisfaction in ovory hest a teacher can have. the hearts of her pupils love of tho colts and it has taken thuui off iu !U bl I1UU1U with- oiilpaln.lloolc Best remedy on thu Begin very early with tho child. beautiful in thought and expression. every ease." tho crown bo's now wearing in glory; caeo, or money paid for it returned. FREE. ail.WOOI.I.KY.H.D. Soo guarantoo on bottle-wrappsuggesting market. Tho first day it starts to school the There are a thousand ways auauu, OUlcul04iWlilW;tiaHliU neither could a diviner message fall nfWiilw Allerue) Hi in til irinir M.C Alton! llnn lltwlli) I ehilil is able to tell you what a book, a box, 01 a pencil is if you hold tho object up beforn it, and .with 11 few s contniitly to the teacher PliOFhHSIOSAL III). . f'. 111 -l KEssrer. ! cxi-ten- ! whose own heart and mind is full of J" tho subject she is teaching, ATTOJLVKV AT LAW, In conclusion, I will only add that M 1.1 .... il. l.... ll...... iiiu iinii iiiiil ctlllltl po 101V OC IIAUTFOIM), KKNTIJCKY. raid on thi" subject would be said with ntr J f. It WHH'IM), tho purpose of awakening the teacher a , 6z to the importatico of her part of the work in the study of Composition; and IIAItTKOKD, KY. I will only say that I do n't think (Ollii e, oter Aluli inou'ii Ikiiaiir.) Willpiuill i til. ii lT..r. ir.iy teacher will have tried to do his iimlltlie rls n i Hi in nml ii...hinin 0111,11. , , .... , , , mul eonrt nf li.iie .1. ...... 1... .1 jiitui tn eiuniiiAl iriutiP! mi.l iiiiil nun uucs not. put iorunrd ncr e linn, t7niiy best ellbrts in trying to teacli this sub- ject systematically and with a definite . Edlwiii Eowo - - ii--- i . O-lona- ''Wedding-- 1 illi-- 3"ar.iaa imitiivli -- Smith.', in Ohm nn . . - - n 1 11 ,,.,,. Attorney at Lsnv, HAIUTOUD, KY. Will pron-sniu- blo'-tom-)- , in,) il,,. court r ntli nlii.li nit t n to Hi i lli.ni. UllUuiinrUi.tilppiililii ure. i: U.I.IUTV. Cr-uffj- i.ml, mljoln. sjpetia VJ71 'u i. Itl.MJO. dr. IRingro, 11. I d, Attorneys at Law. Will pr tell, o III iill rnitrl of Ohir. .tint mljOintiiu enmities, nml In Siiw rlnr Court iin.l t'uiirt nr.lp-- 1 iil. Cnlli i tiom nnd nil 1, m l,u.nen ntti mle.l to. otri. p, Jo. 9, over Anilersun's lljinnr, Hurt-lo- r I, t.y. ''. ,.. U;i, hn-L-- , JK"'" Perry "Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, I :e3:.a.:esi,:f'o:r:d, IE3. k:-- z. I - 25. ",vN7-ed.cliri- o-, nt n, (Orhco in IliillJiiijf.) Will prnctiee lili prole.slon in nil the eourt. of Ohio nml ailioliiiiig tountle-- . Alsii Aoliiry Attorney at Law, 3R.OSi23.o, 3E3Ly. inmiUr HHrea-vrin- , 2nZ. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pllllllr Muiifj , Ca'.'ia-Yi- -- L. sen-at.- -. I nt -- y ..... Will pnu (lee lua prof. -.-Inn in nil lln. CoiuIk ol Ohio iiml niljolninj,' coiiiitun, nml in llm Court of Hartford, Ey, aT J. orl foic.-eein- AppeiN. spiililnttnitlon altin tn collection. Oltn'e, our Willi itn, II, a ( .ImxMnre. s SKi v-- ii:.3 I :: -U i:r. ,,.,,.;, ""')"' 'J .;,,, I t , . . .11 ri ty . 1 ''iSjrrr - text-hook- -- r. I mem-oriiu- -l -- ; 111. - -- 11 m .1 .r ,".,,. ... DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds ot Dental work at reasonable prices. e niu-taeh- Physician A. J. SLATON, M. D., & Surgeon, sirnm ni:iav: Formerly of MiIIhooiI, now loenlol nt l.eitcli-Bell- i, oilers In- - iirolesmoml etrticen lo ttio people llm)sonnn.l uli'mimi; counties. OHue in fen. (the Dr. Hmlen iiroinrlt.) ally k SECRET ORDERS. Cieero ('.imp. No. M, Heprlnient ol Kenlinl,), in 1 ut IIiirtloril,K).,mi.iiiilStiinlty uili month nt I e. h. C. M. IUnrTT, Captain. h. liour, Ser'emit. Sons cf "Veterans. JliitHell es-- . In i J. .. J. Wi'tdoastiL Po.t, No. Ktiitucl.) p. M.,ln Vuuit-lluiiH- k. 8, ,iiieis er) pfpirlmciil of S.A.Mibiicm.AilJ. nt I oMoelt I.UtUituM, Ky. llm M, Coin. I'.S. thiril-itturi- tii Suml.iy l'nr.TO Mohtiin 1'intl No. I, It'.iirlmntof Kentucky, meets e.ery Sntiiriluy before tho necoiij nt 10 o'clock a. m. in the euurt-hoii-- e nt llirtlbril, Kj. ' J.C. Ciiamubiik, P. C. J..M. Ilimiop.Ailj. Vu-I.s- l MHNbVB mxnB-- HH - uvji-utre- of l'aator Kocniy'a Nerto Toulo niul feel 1 tlrfnk it great dial of It, ntM would rallli to without bruttd than ttlthout tho 'ionic. Itathcr IIo Without Itrcnil. XI Ilisnor'n KisiDtNCU, Slarnuette, Mich., I S'ov, 7, lSfJ. f Tho Iter J. KossMel, of ahovo place., writes t 1 hnvo Mil IU ro.1 a ureat deal, mid ulicnou-I feel sow a nertuaa nltack, coming on I tnko n doe Well Saltsllcil. Tl n Wu.tkrs, Tex.. Oct. 11. 18M. About It, cnrs ago uiyauu liiul tho llrnt attack of epileptic dlzzlucaii nnil sudden llhiou. 1'ho dlffiruit doctors did htm no good , outhe contrary, his case grew worse, and thu attacks bioaui.t moru trotjuent aud sett ro until bo ereu bun too attacks dally. Afttr taking 3 buttles tucks of Pastor Kocutg's Nervo 'loulo tile IIKN11Y 1". MUm.LKK. entirely coasod. -- V Vnlitnblo Itnnk nn Xervoui l)l.oiiHe4 eutit fieo to anr&dlm.s, met niiir patlentd tin &l.o obtain IIiIh iiieilli Ino livo of i liurjfe. This remf.li? I1&4 lieeli nrenired by the Iteivrend 1; Minor, lsTtl and Fort Wa ne. InJ.. & now prviured of r Ills direction bysilica thu uudi. FREE Mi '' KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. DrtiB-'I'- ts nt SI per Ilottlc. 0 for 85 Oliottlcifor SJO. Iaruoblie. Sl-7Kohl by HOSTIIQCiinilY. ' BESTMgaUII. I " n. MS Eye-Salv- e. if SJJIHIJBBQWI WHITE'S SSEfiffi loci f M IKf Sk I - .1 sullt-cieu- l.-- ''. Kili-l- se-- Has VMIIBLIE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY all Worm Romodios. I BOTTLE GUARANTEED. iu". rrtptrrdl, UUIIlU3sl).Tt" sor.i") I'M iiYWiirm:. XI.V. Ill,, kT.Ulll. LuiiId-vlll- t, HIlluUaiiCKi, U....1...... tnke 1 ..... It cures uu'el Ir. Kor mtlo - all dealers lucdiclao e. tli cuiulua. b- ro tub ii.) itlpKttoti tialiMn ... .,.., and U ! WHISKEY; as. nt I cured at homo wltb out pain. Hook ot par. t leu lura tent IKI.E, nnilWilaieyllibltsl II.M.WOOI.l.KY.H.II. or. AlUulo.Ua. uUlcaWWWiiiUhaliyt, Hartford Republican ITBUBUM) KVKIIY FHIDAY MOUSING. " 'Any Democrat who will vote the J. I. Ashby arc having their timber ThirdPartv ticket is a coward, a scoun on Harnett's Creek cut mid hauled. lm drel and a traitor, and ought to tiling.' Thus spoke rxJtidgc Green, f Danville, at the Democratic ratification meeting in that city, ami this murderous sentiment was greeted by the nudienco with tremendous applause which lasted several minutes." The Virginia Sim, the Virginia organ of the People's Party, quotes the above humane sentiment of Judge Green, and then proceeds to urge that it requires considerable courage font Democrat to vote n Third Party ticket in face of the violent prejudice, nud bigotry indicated by such express sions as this one quoted. As to being a traitor, the Svn concludes: "To what arc we traitors, then? It can only he that we are traitors to the Democratic party, which party has first betrayed us and all our most cherished convictions to the Slug wunipsof New England. The Democratic party has betrayed us, and further nllegienee to that party becomes nothing les than debauched slavery. To be a traitor to corruption is to he the friend of Right. 'If this bo treason, then make the most of it."' There are Republican farmers in many of the Western States who seem to think that they nrc with the People's Party in the South, in their contest against Democratic bigotry and narrow indolence, by voting with them for a Third Party candidate for President, and by sending such nondescript cranks to Congress The ns Jerry Simpson and Peffer. fact - that every Western Republican vole o cast isns good, or many times b'tler, than a straight Democratic Slate, mi a Southern vote the tegular Democratic organization will linhl the Southern States, whether the People's Party canies them or not, as shown in the case of Alabama If the Democrats could divide the Republican vote in the We.-- t, every Republican vote for'tho People'.-- Party ticket is pure gain lor the Southern Democratic oligarchy. con-idEvery Western man g tlii- - eaiefullv before his vote. -a-t -u Boavor Dam High. School. Monday was a great dny for the thirvmg, hustling little city of Beaver Dam. It was the opening of the High School, in chargo of Prof. 13. It. Ray and Sliss Dora Gibson. The prospects arc tho most fluttering in Beaver Dam's whole pchool history, ns neither time nor money hns been spared to give tho school nil the possible advanQuito nu interesting program tages. was presented nt night to aciowdcd and apprecinlivo house. Lack of space forbids us mentioning each part separately, though all merit tho highest prniso for their excellent contribution to tho success of tho evening. The following is tho program as presented, but it was necessary to hear it in order to appreciate fully its real beauty and merit: Music Beaver Dam String Baud. Prayer by Bro. Bowling. Chorus by School. Opening Address by Prof. . E. It. Ray. Song and Chorus, Have Courage my Boy to SayNo Bessio Nave.Mrs. B. F. Gray, SIcssrs. J. B. Tichenor and It. T. Taylor. Instrumental Annie SIcKeniicy. Speech-Pi- of. O. SI. Shultz. Song, Sly Grandmother's Garret Slatnio .Mitchell. . Instrumental Duet, Angel's SerenadeMrs. W. T. SIcKeniicy and Virgie Hocker. Song, 1 Really don't think I Shall Stnrrv Allie Arstin. ;. j),,. Gi i"i p("V'" -- JO. II. IMMJIJIS, . IMIInr ami Proprietor. FRIDAY, SKITEMBEU 2, 1892. Wo nrc nutliorizctl to nnnounco As a candidate for Circuit Judge in this Judicial District, coin posed of the counties of Daviess, McLean, Ohio and Hancock, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W. T. OWEN, Republican Ticket. KOK l'HtSIDKNT, BENJAMIN' 1IAKU1SON, Of Indiana. Foil via: rHis!Di:sT, WIIITELAW I5EID, Of New York. roit Of CONOIMS C. M. BAUNETT, Ohio County. FOlt rfllKIUFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOIl CIltCUIT 1,'OIIUT Cl.lIHK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Ciioi.kua has reached our shores. Ai.aii.vma teaches the People's Par ty and the world that what the South funr i nut lie; o iliiiiiiiintiiii, hut overthrow of the domination of the the Democratic oligarchy. Nacy fn-t- cr Hanks trotted a mile at Iiidpcudencv, Imva. on a Uit. ImptiJ Three track Wediu'Ml.iy in '2:0.j-- . than ever made, liy any minutes Huriah, for Ken other trotter. tucky! Two men were killed with pitols and knives at the People's Parly l' invention in Tt.as.f'"Aiid vet it N denied that thnt.party N drawing away TALLAPOOSA, GA. Democrats from their p.u ty allegiance. A utii'sT 20,18112. Does anvone doubt that there were From a EniToit RniTiu.ic.vN. Democrats at this People's Party statement which appeared in the HerConvention? ald a few weeks since, one would Tun crime of II. Clay King, the think that we were flat of our back Memphis, Tenn.. murderer whose sen dead broke and at the point of tartencc of death was commuted to im- vation, but I am glad to inform you prisonment for life, seems to have that we arc largely on top and exbeen so wholly without excu-- o or pal- pect to remain there if poihlc. Regarding the all'airs of our city it liation that the public sentiment even would be well to eay that it has been of the Sounthern States overwhelm(5 ingly demanded that his sentence a little gloomy fur or 8 week, but tho table has turned and one day should be carried out. Hut Governor six weeks pass again the Buchanan is evidently unwilling tobo Company will 'be in full operation. responsible for so radical a departure All of our manufactories will double ns that n Southern white "gentleman" should be hanged. So, fortified with their force nud push things to a lively a petition for clemency from Grover rate. Regardia.; the funeral it seems hn- - come to life again, Cleveland, he has c ununited the sen- that the dead for Tnllapoos-i'is'long ways from be life. This tence to imprisonment for ing dead. Possibly the writer of the Grover Cleveland, maiidlinly llcr-nl- d over the case of a brutal and article, which,, appeared in the clipped-frothe Gazette, inexcusable murder, is the same who vetoed pension bills of maimed and litt'e '; . ..d io he feeling had, and if disabled Union soldiers and made he has lost a cent on Tallapoo-- a it is jokes and coarse allusions about them because of his ignorance, or his inability to turn an investment in this in his ofliciat correspondence. country into something piolituble. I readily admit that many a poor Tin: Democrats reckon without their host when they attempt to prove man haslo-- t lii- - little pile here, hut in that the portion taken in the Chicago mo-- t instances the gaineis aic citiIf any of Hartplatform, on the tariff, is the same zens of Tallapoo-a- . occupied by that party from the time ford's old eiti7eiii contemplate mak ing an investment in the south or of"thc fathers"until now.fornsGreely Bays: Jefferson, Madison, Slonroe and West my advice is first to be able to Jackson 'recogni.ed and affirmed the join the proper side of affairs and diami con-tit- u vest of all honesty, place on your wisdom, beneficence tionnlity of protective legislation." fighting weight and prepare yutir-el- f This thing of Down to 1828 the people were prac- to hoo your own row. unanimous in their demands a man making an investment and tically for Protection, and even in that year stand still and watch for his dividend Jackson's friends urged his election, to come to him, is n thing of the past. because they said he was the friend of Fortune seekers are not amateur croakProtection and that Adams was its ers, (on a goods box) nor a sleepyenemy. The Democracy from 1832-31- 1 head, but men wide awake and full of and the succeeding years drifted vim. (iood luck to old Hartford and I from Protection to incidental Protec tion, and tnrifl for revenue only, but truly hope some day that she may they never came out so frankly nor find her way out of tin nits. so boldly in favor of Free Trade, as in Res'y, W. SI. Ki.vci. And they the Chicago platform. Ohio County Institute- need not now attempt to cover up (IMlli'.ltllMlll their tracks and to throw the recpon-cibitiThe editor spent the week, begin on"thc fathers" they were all ning July -- 0th, in conducting the right on the Tariff and it remains for Ohio County It is really a modern Democracy to discover that pleasure to attend such a meeting Protection is unconstitutional. Outside of the weather, which I --a ty Rufus Williams has traded his farm and blacksmith-shoho bought of J. It. Pile, to Jim. P. Atlicrton for his farm on Rough Creek. Win. Ewell has about completed the bridge neross Hanley's branch. People can now cross on it. Thero was a moonlight picnic given nt John SIcC'orinick's Wednesday night, in honor of Sliss Slissn Beam, g of Daviess county, who lias been there for 'the past two weeks. S. It, Ashby has gone to Whito Plains, Id visit the family of his son, II. SI. Ashby. It is probable that ho will buy some timber while gone. Quito a number of people from hero attended the speaking nt Calhoon last Saturday. W. P. Turner, who fins been dangerously ill for several days, is much bolter nt this writing. Sirs K.E. Williams and SIrs.Betty Hamilton will visit relatives in Pleasant Ridgo next week. It. V. Sanderfur and Sliss Onm Hoover attended the nuptials of Sir. S ii tli and Miss Savilla Ward, which occurred in Hartford last Wednesday. Rev. Sir. Lightfoot filled Rev. Cishmnn's regular nppoiutment hero last third Sunday. U-Al. Uipslcy oegan the singinc! schoil he is to teach at Pleasant Hill Ho has quite a large clak.s Saturday. and a good school is expected. Ii id Talk about ir'iod rM'ids, if uch an over.-ee-r on .ill the loids as they have on ihu r.ud h'twei'i Aih -toli'sshop and LUvnnuiv, theiu won! 1 ho i.o mum to complain of had mid. how mads ought Alex Smith kno-xto be, ami he has put his m.id it a good comliii'iu. It is Imped other by Sir. overseers will take a lo-S ilith's ex 1'iiplo aid put a I paitS of the public mi I in li utur li tli in th ')' ever :i ive b n. i: vzi v. vis-lin1 m A BEAVER NEW STORE IN DAM, - KENTUCKY. Wc desire to announce to our friends that we have just opened an entire new stock of General Merchandise in tho house formerly occupied by Taylor & Co., Bcuvcr Dam. Our stock i complete in each line of a General Store every article is just from the market. NO OLD NOtt SHOD DY GOODS. We pride ourselves in having bought the best and cheapest line ol 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 DHESS GOODS we are full up, from the cheapest Worsted to the finest Bedford Cord. Our 'motto is one price to everybody, and STICTLY CASH Oil ITS EQUIVELENT TO ALL. Therefore we cordially invite you to trade with us, and save the creditor's 20 per ct. extra profit. Respectfully, 3D- Tin 3"- - Cole:2a.sc:rx 3z Co. UMmMEJU. ZTyarffTIXA mus.'jjina.r; T vmlieft Stai-Aan- ul Etitec :;. i. T I mTrStfy-vvTrt.- . m Sn;,Lu! B pe ( Sid-,- . Sniuriini' Ch 'Ms. fiimlle Sli-- i Rob t. I. Gray. Mesi- J, It. T. Taylor. - A '. v't. Mr, n richeimr ami 15. li'inT Aii'Mii. hi the lliififes At I WfQU?AiANUFACTURER9 " Sy tat- - l ll ttlltt HO-- III. IMIS, P. Sln-i- e H.ok-or- . Bill- - RKSOl'I.VK ..Sr.!).:.17.0!) Real estate by Bind. Sv-.u- Hii'iio Home Mr. Mclwnnev. Town Taxes. Tlin-- o Furniture and fixtures. . .. W. T. Bonds .. Debts in Miit Cnshnn haml.Vin other h'ks .. ::.(it)!i.()ii i.o 7 D.oii 5 1...IM.7 ft I 10. 1 'JO 'l IIM'I iti.iiinl -- int.) ! co o in will Prrnl of Hartford College, an ailveiti-emeischool an old and that has been modest in nre.ing its claims, and has done a great work quietly and unostentatiously. Its in fluence on education in Ohio county has been incalculable. Not only have the greatest part of the teachers of that county been trained therein, hut lrom this school has gone forth ninny excellent teacher.-- into all parts of the country. A good many have gone In another it lime if i aid il.tir tiiivn taxes ale ear stlv leipic-tr- d lo 1" so at ouee. I must make mm t lenient soon and nur prompt action in the matter will he appreciated and will avc time and trouble. ResV, W. P. Thomas. who t (euKtniiiuiii.. uwiwLnnm;' i3-iSi i'imucx. v )C4iS I LIABILITIES. Capital took -- $::.),IMlMiO Deposit.- - Due other Banks Dividend 4 per et.declaied Fund to pay taxes Profit and loss 7i),7!)20 l.'i.Ofi 1, L.').(K) xmmsm& mmsm wgsn. WJWIriillVAJivTirrM.KliVrllnLVd 'wiftMiffrau.wgjijBii.uurai. MENTIOM ' "gWy " ujoC no y V OiA. Af Bt jC t'iTrXUJJWW X .O T This Paper ViSJ.SJ to Texas and are making a name and fame for themselves and for Kentucky in that, tho Lone Star State. In our own State we need name only Slclleury Rhoads, who for several years associated with Dr. 'Alexander in the chool, and who has mndu for hiniselfa foremost place among our leaders. Dr. Alexander is a strong man of e truest convictions, of grcnt force of character, an unwearied and pains taking teacher, who infuse.- - these elements into the characters of his pupils. The school is a good one, in a healthy, highly temperate and moral community, and pupils seeking a good school should cou-idits claims cirefully. The college building is a I brick edifice convieutly iirr.in-ge- d and comfortably situated in the town, and no parent or pupil will make a mistake in selcctinj: this school as a suitable place for obtaining a giod thorough education for himself or hi3 children. Read the advertisement and send for catalogue before electing a school, and you may be sure you are making no mistake m (electing this ns your alma mater. -er e The Schools Of Ohio county should not be overlooked. We have in now a full stock of school books, station ery and supplies at low rates. Teachers would do well to confer with us. Orders taken at par. Respectfully, gen-erallv, 810r,82.'t.09 I, S. K. Cox, swear the above to bu correct. a. K, Cox, Pitiii)i:.T. Sworn to before mej this June IK), A.T.X.U.I., D.C.O.C.C. semi-annua- l ft !L peki - - Jjivery Stable buinaES, VEHICLES, CARTS. 1892. A dividend of per share was this day declared, able on and after July 5, lfel.lL'. 8 1,00 pay- C AS EB1 LR!- - Si y WA . Hock Kit Base Ball! & Co. Lovers of base hall in this county have a treat in prospect, on Saturday, September 'l, when the Slclleury Club will meet the Oenboro Club at .Me Both Clubs will present Henry. their strongest teams and the game will he for blood, a- - it will settle the championship of the Green River Country. Slclleury will give a picnic that day, the program being pigeon shooting in the morning, base hall in the morning and afternoon and dancing after that. An ndmi5on of 2oc will be charged to the ball game. FAST f LINE i..in7 li.r iT Dealer in Horses, Buggies, Carriage-- , Road Carts, Owonsboro WCoi. .jrSaddlo or llnrnoss lVirsus for.'alo or sssri p hiro nt all tiuiBS.nfi GASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY 'BHYAHI & rCL't'" STIIA1T0M BDSIKrSS '""""'' r'"1'?1"1 "ss,ktl'd l'"'11'1 ' lo p.isi.ioas. KY. CULLCGE. LOUIsyiLLt; Program lor S. S. Union at McHonry, Saturday, September 17. !):.'50 a. in.; G. T. Tinsley Bene- fits derived from attending the State X. 3D. SD0ES Of tho Condition of tho TILLIiiMS THE Beaver Dam DEPOSIT SANK At tho Close of Business April 23, 1892. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills 8.r)0,288.01 Real Estate .'1,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 Kxpcnu'8 Paid 592.97 Cash on Hniui and in other Banks 28,040.01 884,027.59 TO ALL. FIKEiT AND CHEAPEST Union. Ciiai:i,i:- - V. Pix'K, Labor for the State of New York, who made a report n Democrat, is in winch the following facts lire stated among many others consoling to the friemLs of the much abused McKin- ley hill: "From the tables it appears that there was u net increa-- e in wages of SC,:J77,'2t)7.08 in the year 1801, as compaied with the amount paid in 18!K), and u net incrcm-ofproduc-t.oiiof$.,H..H5, l.'IO.OO in the year W)l over Unit of 181)0. A simple ha-ju- st ConmiN-eion- er warm, tho excrci-e- s oll'plea-antl- y and profitably. pas-e- d Ohio county has three for doing good work educationally a superintendent, a fine, earnest body of teachers, and a thorough and cfhcient school where most of these teachers are trained. Kxerei-c- s were held everyday ami evening, and good audiences were present on every first-class Thediscus-ion- s occasion. were parties nud spirited and tho other counties would do well to emulate her in this' nnalytis of this table further demon-ttrntthe interesting fact that of the iudu.-trie- s covered 77 per eixty-Av- o an ineivu-- e in cith cent, of them or wages or product, or both, ami that there were no le.--s than 87,81)7 in" fitaiiccs of individual increases of wagWhile the es during the same year. in numindustries nre butMxty-i-cvei- i the total trades represented ber amount to 111, ami givo employment to 285,000 workmen and workwomen. included 7 per Of tho sixty-seve:ent. of them show an increai-eof yearly earnings in the year 1891, while the total average increase of yearly eai nings of 2!).",000 employes The iigerago increase of was yearly earnings of the employes in the fifty-on- o tiades showing an increase of BMM in 181)1, as compared with es av-cra- respect. One thing noticnblo is tho general all interest manifested in the cau-eh- y On Friday a goodly the citizens. number of trustees was pre-cand the citizens were on hand much of the time. One cause of this is the attention paid to education by tho two newspapers of the town, the Herald and RiirunucAN, both of which are nbly edited and always ready and willing to devote their time nud Their influence space to education. is widespread and effective in arousing public interest nud in promoting every forward movement in education. It would bo well if nil the papers in the State were so ready and willing to devote space to thceo mutters which nrc ol prime importance to all tho people of tho commonwealth. ut 10:00; L. It. Harnett How to Or. ganize a Sunday School. 10:,'0; Win. Smith How to secure a largo attendance. 11:00; L. B. honey County Or ganization. 11..J0; Rev. .Mitchell Sunday School and Church. Adjournment for dinner 1 p. in.; Rev. Fulkerson The opposition to the State Union and how-i-t mav be overcome. 1:10; B. 1). Ringo Influence of the Sunday School in a Community. 2:10; State Visitor Barkley The State Union. The program may bo changed and if either of tho above named gentle-ma- n would picfer another subject he will please inform us nt once. Sir. W'eedon, of Louisville, will probably be present and give an interesting exercise on tho black-hoarWo would ho glad to meet everybody on that occasion who is interested in the works of Sunday Schools. Twenty minutes will he given each speaker ami tho remainder of tho i mn allotted will bo given to tho house for general discussion. L. It. B.VHNCTT, Prcst. Ohio County Union. d. I mE!i mm ALIKE. BLACKSMITHING. Horso-shocin- g a specialty. A large stock of SPECIAL Given to best modern Plows, and all kinds of FarmATTElNTION ing Implements on hand. Call on him. the Traveling .5. 1). Public. WILLIAMS. &. Beaveh Dam, Ky. ;"' "r??5?a AH LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Reserve Surplus Interest and Exchange. Deposit Account Due other Banks 825,000.00 802.31 2.2.r)0.00 . .. 1 twm 9: Ulir f IKV.VfflXJta 'iT.l V,wM 3V JL. W&Ammf -- r5 B'3 rhaefen, K m K.o- - 6s. ' 54,154.55 300.33 1')K. B--O- ,.i..:&xtl ixMiMrBi A KElssii&7i . Committoo Mooting. Tho Republican Kxoeutivti CoifV-inittis called to tueot in Hartford on .Monday, Sopteml.or oth at 10 o'clock, at which titno important business is to bo transactod. Tho Procinct Coniinittooinon are also requested to bo prosont. Wood 'J'insi.kv, Ch'm'n. eo 884,027.59 In submitting ths vo beg to state that our business has steadily grown each mouth since our opening, and by the most careful, watchfulness ami n strict observance ofthc principles of the most conservative Bulking, we hopo not only to extend our acquaintourselves worthy ance, but to tho confidence that is being so liberally reposed in us. Wo nro here to accommodate tho people, each mid every business, courtesy shall be extended to them, but in no case shall safety bo sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. Joiix H.Baiinkh, Cashier. Needing a tonic or children that want building up, ihoulil ttlte nnowN's i iion urrrEns. It li len'iuit to Isko, cure Malaria, Indigestion, and llilloiunctif. All dcalen keep 11. And thole trouUed with ncrTOiiineii reiultlng from care or overwork will bo relloved hj taking Jtrown'H Jrnn Hitters, Genuine bu trado mark and croued red line on wrapper. m 'wmMM aKEaicniffi,, :r.7-- 7fxA i, 'U ,,- - -- t i :ac . WW Wii H . j r lHkjfii ROOMY, MfytutrnUr ' w uffmw LIGHT. ' l t-- L Also keeps. a first-clas- s "q aniH mmmsa f '"ir' "ii ELEGANT. fiend forcattloirneof our full line of two and four.wheelxj work. LADIES Livery and Feed Stable, where you can have jour Horses Fed, and gel Hie best of rigs daj or night. Leave D. M. Scchler Carriage Co., Moline, " III. CoznaCLercisuL ZE3Iotl BETrEIt KNOWN AH THE Neuralgia Pertona .. jour or- - Jo. B. RoouitH, Seo'y. ders with PALMER HOUSE. Newly Fnrnished. : Meals 25cRates $ LOO per day. East side Frederica, between Main and tho River, Oweneboro, Ky, MRS. UJUS. HOB Y, MRS. C. E. WILLINGIMM',Props. A tj nTEVI TjT V 1. I 18'JO." September It. h. llliamsand Happy and content li a home with "The to-cbeslerj a lamp wlih tho Hchtof the mornlne. Ctalofiuei,wrlteRochesUrLampCa,NewVorJfc hu l'liyiicluni recommcnil It. All dealers keep It. J I.O) per bottle. Oenulns trade-mar- k and oroucU red lines on wrapper. l'OU DVSl'HPHIA Co Uriitrii'a Iron Hitter.. mil 1& mm t- r km ARRIVING William, Ucll & Co. will tnkc special pains in supplying students their stationery, prices. Tiiko your family to Beaver Dam mid lmvo tlioir Photographs tnndo by that prince of photographets, A. 1). etc., nt reasonable FAIR BROS. & CO'S f Taylor. ng tho big nt Rosino. Every Republican bIiouUI njttcntl nnd hear Judgo Taylor's flag-raisi- Mammoth Fall Stock. Every Dollar's Worth was bought for SPOT CASH, and we can assure the people of Ohio County that they will be able, to find in our house the best of values for the feast money. We are speech. A great many schools opened last Monday nnd perhaps after next Monday n majority of tho schools will he in progress. Next week wo will publish tho names of the parties obtaining first class certificates in tho July, August and September examinations. Mrs. Smith, wifu of John P. Smith, c Cards nrootit announcing tho PERSONAL of Mr. Morton Kuykendoll nnd Miss Emma Tubor.nf SulpluirSprings, Mrs. Ficd Barueh is in Louisville. on next Sunday evening nt 2 o'clock "Little Victor Matthews is very ill of nt tho homo of the bride's father, Par- flux. don Tabor. Both are young pcoplo Sam Keown, Fordsville, called to i of great moral and intellectual worth sec us Tuesday. nnd wo wish them n long and happy Timoleon Morton. Cromwell, was in journey through life. town Tuesday. The United States is the most popClint nnd Ed Field, Buford, wero ular Insurance Company now doing in tho city Tuesday. business in the State, and it richly deT.J M irtoti wuit to Louisville serves that distinction. Mr. S. It. yesterday morning. Dent, who represents tho Company, S. L. Phillinps, Etnaville, colled isn most obliging gentleman nnd any to sec us Monday. one wishing life insurance should wait J. L. Carson nttended Conference for him. He will bo in Hartford in nt No Creek Wednesday. n few days and will bo glad to give Miss Edna.M.uks left yesterday you insurnnco ut rates within rencli lurher homo in Louisville. of all. Cnl. Fieldcn left Saturday for his home in Shelbyvillc, Tennessee. mm-riag- ' BAZAAR, Our buyer is now in New York City, laying in our fall stock of goods, and in or- dcr 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 and you can't afford to miss our rare bargains. Note the following prices and call and see if you don't get tlie goods at the price named: to-da- y Too S-ULS3- 7" Just now to mir Fall say much about took, but we pause To ZLauLgiL With those who laugh, and remark that the prorpects of Bit? Trade is Just Now About as encouraging as one could ask for. FAIR BROS. & CO., The Dry Goods and Clothing Men of Ohio County. Mm! Junto!! Don't fail to sec the great gamc,Sej tcmbcr tint McIIeury. Everything ney and price tho Low. est nt Fnir Bros. A Co. Fair Bros. A Co. arc lenders in ev- ery Line. Visit them. The Third Party had n Committee meeting heroSaturdny. Shoes arc now u speciality (in bar gains) at the Red Front. A full Line ot fall Gingham Jitet ceived ut tho Red Front. VVHH re- For General Ward Robes -- Mrs. Carrie Williams has moved to her mother's, Mrs. Gibson. A house packcil with goods at Fair Bros.' A Co. beautiful Dressers, Suits,llock-er- s or anything in the Furniture MORTON. Fair Bros. is clothing liuo A Co.s' Largo Liueof a big attraction. Line, see T. i Williams, Bell A Co. carry n nice at very reasonable prices. S, C. .1. Prof school Stevens will open at Beda next Monday. N.N.&M.V.R.R. TWINS LKIVH HKAVIIlt DAM. TKUN3 (H)INfl WEST. 12.10 r. m. No. t. Mull Mill KiprM. 11:30 r. M. Kb. 1, I.lmcted Kprr TKAINH (iOIM! F.Ah'l. - lMSr. M. Vn.t, Kill on. I Kirr " No. t, Minllml Bipre New Goods nt Hocker A Tnbor's. Come quick nnd get first choice. Tho greatest ball game in years McIIeury s Owensboro, Sept. 3. is at Taylor, tho Norman Photographer, Bo.ivor Duin. Call on him. A full Lino of Bedford cord nt the Ited Front.chenp; como nnd see them. ' Don't Shirts. fnil to seo our elegant liuo of Caiison A Co. FRIDAY, SEPTEMHER 2, ...i i' " 1892. I want 500 pounds of feathers. Gold rings nt Kahn's. Trado with Carson & Co. Best TicKing nt Kahn's. Get your specks nt Kahns. Get your clothing at Kahn's Trade nt Anderson's Bazaar. Look nt Knhn's now Jewelry. Buy your Hats of Carson & Co. Go to Ited Front for fall goods. Get your Shoes and Hatsftt Knhn's Your collars, buy them at Kahn's. Now Clothing at Fair Bios. & Co. 2 Buy your shoes of Mocker A Tubor. v Kaiin. Next Monday will bo couuty court. Call on C. L. Field nnd have your horso fed. C. L. Field wants you to oxamino his stock of Buggies beforo you go elsewhere. Gufl'y Altingo hnvo commodious quarters Market Street. moved into nt 329, East Born, to the wilo of C. W. Taylor, Bcnver Dam, on tho 27th ult., n fiuo ten pound boy. Born, to tho wife of D. L. Baldwin, Beaver Dam, on the 23d ult,, a fiuo tcu pound girl. Casebier A Burton nro headquarters Go to them for nice ami fast rigs. for transportation. mous Pace pared to do New Dress goods at Fair Bro Co. A , -' . t Novelties in notions at Fair Bros. A Co. New Lino of Drew Giughnms nt Knhn's. . Your fino dress Goods, . buy at Vv. '.n'v "'Yi", jf - Kabu'iv Now millinery next week at Fuir Bros. A Co. V MoIIcnry vs Owensboro, Septem ber 3, nt McHeury. - . -- C Hats, Caps, Ac., nro selling too cheap nt Red Front. Fresh drugs always on hand Williams, Bell A Co's. at James A. Rowo, a former citizen of & Miss Sal lye Coleman leaves to- this county, died Monday at Paducnh morrow for JEtnavillc, whero sho of flux and was brought hero nnd inFublio Speaking. teaches the fall term of school. terred Wednesday at 4 o'clock. Ho W. T. Hayward, Democratic ElecOur goods aro all new and of best was a brother of Hon. J. Edwin tor for tho Fourth District, will adRowo and was an upright, industrious quality; give us a trial dress the people of Ohio county at tho His bereaved family havo tho man. CaiwonACo. Court Houso in Hartford Mouday, sympathy of tho community. next, at 1 o'clock p. m. All aro inWo nro closing out our stock of Clothing. Come quick nnd vited to attend. For Sale! IIouker A Tauor. A good storo and residence in the Tom Brown, Centortown, was Colored Teachers' Instituto con- business portion of Hartford, For dangerously hurt yesterday ovoning venes next Tuesday and continues particulars apply to O. C. Bennett, by falling out of a wagon, bis head three days. Progiams out Hartford, Ky. stiking the ground. Archio Cain has purchased tho faBarber-sho- p and is prework. first-clas- J. P. Miller, Third Party candidate Ten or twelve young gentlemen can get board timing tho next school year for Clerk, was in town Saturday. Sulphur Springs, died Wednesday Mr.and Mrs.D.E. Ward, Fordsvillc, night and was buried yesterday even- at Gross Williams'. a called to see us while in town Moning at tho Hines graveyard. ABadAffiur. day. Last Saturday, n little girl, named The gnmc of ball nt Mcllcnry last Miss Mabel Kimblcy returned 3G Saturday between tho McIIenry's and Itosn Ellis, nged eleven years, came to Monday from a pleasant trip to Louisthe picked nine resulted in favor of Mr. Thomas Boswcll's, who lives be" ville. tween Rosino nnd Sulphur Spring. Mrs. Minnie Thomas is visiting tho former by a score of 27 to 1. Nice plaid Ginghams from 10 to 8,c. fiicuds and relatives on No Creek " " " " 8JHoflc. (Jail on the Bazaar and sec the new Her face was almost black with . bruises, and she explained that she this week. Good calico from 7 to 4c. clerk everybody likes her, and you Gus Evans, Fordsville, iind J. A. was tho daughter of a Wm, Kllis, liv" Lawn " 0 to 4c. should call nnd get acquainted with ing near Hortou, and that she had Hawkins, Whites ville, called to see SakaAMk. her. orleft home because her father mudo n us Tuesday. That Livery stablo in Hartford practice of beating her cruelly. Miss Annie Itcnfrow. Sulphur Exis visiting her cousin, Miss whero your horse receives good attcu-tioamination showed her body was al- Springs, Liizic Moore. worth of most covered with ami where you get the bruises, sores an J Misses Corda Purdy and Mnttio your money is ntCnsobicrifc Burton's. Ecnrs, caused by the father's ferocious Vorrilor, Louisville, nro visiting Miss On Monday, Mr. Boswell Funiiiu Casobior. A little six year old miu of John cruelty A. Clark, near Fordsville, died Sun- brought the child to town, and on the Mis-c- s Grncie Roll and Mnmie day night and was buried at Cobb's way was overtaken by Ellis who :uk-c- d Duncan, McIIeury, are visiting their is to be allowed to tnkc the girl home mint, Mrs. F.L. Felix. buiying ground Monday evening at 4 o'clock. but Mr. Boswell told him to come ami John B.irrass, ono of the gentlego before the Couuty Judge, but he manly clerks of the McIIeury CoalCo, October 21st has been chosen fur the is declined. The girl, on his asking her, was m town Monday. celebration of Columbus Day nnd the Wear-forev- er denied thnl he had beaten her, beMissJnsio Duke left Monday for boys and girls may watch tor cause, ns she explained to Mr. BoLivingston, Montana, where she will next week's Ki:ruiu.i:AK for somewel I afterwards, that she thought ho teach this fall and winter. thing on that subject. was going to let her lather take her J. D. Coleman left Saturday for Win. Lyons nnd family, Hyw'Sj-vill- o, home and that if she told the truth on ! Frmiktort, utter n pleasant visit to parents and old friends here. moved to town Friday. Mr. him ho would beat her nniti. Lyons) comes to town to go into Mi'sSuru Collins left Wednesday -It is a shameful affair from hc.'in business and tKat ho may take ad- - ning to end, and the courts should for the East, where she will purchase n largo fall stock tor the B.uaur. vantage of n tjood school. investigate it. Ellis lived nt Horton last winter, where he had the reputaA. D. Taylor, nn export Photogr and the nig visit to the city luesday evening. is nt Buavor Dam, noxt door tion of being n rapher, cruelty has continued until tho child to Hockor Sc Co., and is prepared to E. V. Millignn will start Sunday She to Lebanon, Tennessee, to attend the do tho host nnd finest of work in his freed herself by leaviug home. was taken to the County House MonPresbyterian School at that place. lino at reasonable prices. day evening. George Long, Itusselville, who has Judge W. S. Taylor, of Morgan-towbeen visiting friends here for a few Notice to Log Men. 'j speaks at Taylor Mines days returned to his homo Sunday. I urn now ready to contract for He is one of the best night. Miss Ruth Coombcs has accepted a s and will be in Hartford on position with Sara A Mo, whero she .Tl'jil 4 . w .iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiinttii.it: (t speakers in this part of the State and Mondnys aud Saturdays. Will bo will be glad to see her many frieds you should go out to hear him. JAY-EYESE-F. glad to make prices to those who conMiss Sallic Taylor left Wednes-j&iJ .nl ii.- handThe B.iznar will have the template cutting logs. day for Louisville, where she will be Mr. J. I. CAr, (Hlcknrr Jrovo Form, liomo ; ) IC.iciuc, W trying uj : W. II. Moore. somest line of goods in Ohio county engaged in the Millinery business. every known rcmtily, I mncnul n"Alier lliineli a -larco of two year Rtnnillng, from a 4 jenr clil filly, S in a few days. Just watch the arriv50tf Agt. John A.Reitz A Sons. S. T. Williams, Henry B. Taylor, with tliroo application, of ; al of our ninmmoth Stock from New Bald Knob.nnd J. D. Hooker, CromA Mothodist Week. well, called onus while in the city York. Sara A Mi:. Tho Louisville District Conference, Monday. Itlstho best preparation I have ever ncd or heard Z ot 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." 2 Miss Sara is now in tho East and of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Mrs. Dan Brown nnd daughter, . Wchavt hundred! c such leillmonlah. nt Wesley Chapel will soon return with n full lino of tho met (No Miss Tassie, Owensboro, nro visiting nOwciVi A MO bo had in tho Creek) Tuesday, August 30th, and relatives in Hnrtford and thu county t THT.B1.-- U Dr UOlllP. ASK TOU. UrHlM IOr 1L. Fd. J latest style Millinery to KHOSRb'S - en ii'i,ii-.i.-lHABK w. it. v v nirM. East. lP.'f7 J.'.t.4--DDon't buy until you seo our will continue to nnd including Sunday this week. i ..i-'.'irv'- .i..ii..iiini.....itm....- - ,.... Miss Helen Foster, Fair Bros. A September 4th. , In tho absence of line. Sara A Mi: will arrive Rev.S.W.Shel-to- n Co's popular Milliner, Rev. E. L.Sheppard, of No Creek, Ben Chnmherlaiu, Wediteday to take churgo of their was elected Temporary Chairman Millinery department. killed n rattlesnnko last week seven anil J. M. Adams, Temporary Secrefeet long, measuring ten inches and C. E. Walker, Jim Smith, J. T. tary. Tho following have been enMoore, Henry Hardwick and Bob in circu inference nnd R. D. Lasbrook, J. B. rolled: Walker, attended the gitme of ball at The nttention of tho public is specially called to tho fact that this hail thirteen rattles aud a button. S. W. Shel-toH. R. Hardu-oti- , McHcnry Saturday. Mill has just beeu completed upon the most modem plan, with nil the D. J. W. Turner, It. C. Hardi-6on- , Attend tho picnic nt Mcllcnry on George B. Brown, ono of tho most improved appliances for tho manufacture of tho FINEST FLOUR nnd J. W. Dewcese, E. LCarson, enterprising farmers of tho Victory other Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to mak. it turn September 3, and seo the game of games Mcllcnry against Owensboro W. C. Wilson, G. II. Cannon, E. A. neighborhood, mado ourollice n pleasout ns fine product ns any Mill in the STATE. ant ca'l Monday evening. for the championship of tho Green Davis, J. II. Emery, W. C. Lash-brooIt has been thoroughly tested, having been run almost cwry day M. Adams, J. T. McCoy, J. II. Jnines went to Louisville River Country. Bring your ewect J. J. R. Martin, J. S. Miller, C. S. Ju-pi- n, Sunday, returning Wednesday. Ho sinco its completion and a portion of the timo at night to keep up with heart with you. purchased n new stock for the Novelty its oiders. 'Its product has been sold to tho best, most scrutinizing and Henry Ford, E. L. Shcppard. store on the old post office corner. The cupola nnd roof of tho Court particular trado of tho country, and it is with pride that it can point to W. B, Barnett, Visitors Mrs. Ford Now let Houso have been painted. Rev. W. B. Barnett, an old Ohio aud Mrs. Sheppard and many others. county boy, but now of Wnterloo, testimonials from the best bakers and many of the very best cooks of tho the good work go on nnd let tho paintFor tho benefit, D. J. W. Tumor delivered nu nble Ohio, is visiting his futher, on No county that it makes the best flour they ever used. brush rub feebly over the tcmplo of convenience nnd protection of the farmer has thie Mill been built, and sermon Tuesday at 11 o'clock and Creek, nnd attending the District jii8tico. It needs to bo improved in Rev. S. M. Schelton at night. Dr. Conference at that place. to him will it look for its support. looks, iusido and nut. With proper cure Ohio County can produce as good wheat as any.nnd also Wcduesday at Alfred Hudson went to Cnlhoon Turner preached aud Dera. 10:30 o'clock. Largo and apprecia- Sunday returning Tuesday. Ho was this Mill intends to seo that her farmers get tho benefit of auy efforts thev Tho Cromwell'Republican accompanied by Miss Willie King, put forth in this direction. Tho best products of this Mill shall go upon ocratio Clubs will havo n joint de- tive nudiences havo been in attendLagrange, nnd Miss Floreneo Richtho farmers table, and if he will favor it with his pntronago and his inbate at Bald Knob Church Saturday ance the wholo week. mond, Cnlhoon, who will spend n few fluence satisfaction will be guaranteed to him. night, September 10. There nro sevdays with his mother, Mrs. E. J. List of Lottors. We havo now ono of tho very beet and most experienced millers m Hudson. eral good speakers in both Clubs nnd Bassott, F. A. John S. Adair, the Green River Country, but that no pains may bo spared to givo the n lively timo is expected. Col logo Notes. Crush, Laura Coats, Wesley Crow, farmer tho full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo havo ordered and nro Hartford College and Business expecting every dny an expert miller sent by the builders of our Mill Col. J. S. R. Wedding delivered a Luthor Davis, John Flomons, T. J, fino speech beforo tho Cromwell ReGrant, J. P. Gilmoro, Molvina Grif- Inititute oponed Monday with a lull to stay with us during tho season. Wo shall ceriainly consider it a great publican Club at Bald Knob Church fin, J. M. Hoover, Martha Jano Kirk, nttondonco, and very flattering prosfavor if every farmer in the County will call on us within tho next 00 days M. L. Henvrin A. J. Luvall, R. E. Manloy, Mary pects for this year. Every one seems nnd get n sample of our product and our treatment. last Saturday night. We want all tho to bo anxious to go to work, which FIRST-CLASalso mndo a good speech, but tho Third Mitchell, Al vin Murphy, Vick Morwheat that is for sulo in the County and if you havo it Party speakers refused to como to ton, F. Millor, Sadio E. Phipps, Sal-l- io insures success from tho beginning. to spare, load it up, and wo will pay the highest market prico for it. time' day except Sunday. Pato, W. A. Russell, Emmio Wo aro glad to know that tho Col-lo- go DaTMill open-ever- y has bean honored with so many Sovons, Will Storrin,'s, It. A. StewW. C. Ashley nnd Henry Hoover, art, Joo Thoinasson, Sam II. Tannor, visitors this week. two energetic young men, havo purQuite a number of boarding stuJno. Taylor, W. II. Wymati, Oma chased tho popular grocery store of dents from this and nd joining counWillinms, Wash Whitesiclos. G. T. Wostcficld and will continue tho Persons calling for tho above lot-to- rs ties have matriculated. Mr, business nt tho old stand. Dr. Aloxandor mado a good openwill ploasesay thoy saw thotn will make a now departure ing address Monday morning. The odvortised. Wm. M'ilucian, P. M. soon. Dr. said as ho had not dotio any Mrs, Sarah Shroader wifoofCaL thini' in tho ordor of school work for vin Shroader, near Horton, died Sunthroo months ho felt somewhat emts day night aud was buried Monday barrassed to appear before tho She was a very evening nt Bethel. tho first timo. exemplary woman and leaves a husProf. Lytlo mado his usual anband, fivo children and a host of nouncements Tuesday morning. friends to mourn her loss. Win. Fostor, Jr., took "X" Wednesday morning and addressod tho Fred Barueh will open his class in students in regard to tho importance German on next Tuesday night nt can- of joining a literary society. Ho 7 o'clock sharp at tho College. . Tho R. E. C. and Adolpliiau Litwill have a very interesting class as erary Societies will bo organized B. DRIVER, Manngcr. Opposite City Scales. nothing but Gci man can be spoken We do work ns cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and Friday afternoon aiid Friday ovon-i- ng while with him. German is ono of Min.vkhaha. repainting dono promptly. Givo us n call. BUGGIES FROM $!),") UP. respectively. tho leading languages in the world, and hero is a good chanco to learn it. n child-beate- Boardors Wanted. All wool Scotch Plaid Dress Goods reduced from oOc to 103 per yd. ' " lOoto.lOc " " " o()cto40c Stripe Cashmere " Scotch Plaid Dress Goods " " ,'!(Jcto20c " All of these goods are beauties and you shouid call and get a bargain in dress pattern for fall wear. All these goods are double width and 38 inches wide. These are good goods and must go in der to get the shelf room for our fall stock. going fast and w only have a few pairs left. Wo sell them cheap have them from 81.00 to $1.75, price bound to please. Anderson's Shoes still hold the lead, have a full line of them for fall and winter wear. Our stock of low cut shoes (oxford ties) osSo Give us a call and sec if you can't find rare bargain. No trouble for us to show Don't forget the place, ANDERSON'S BAZAAR. n, E-A- saw-log- -T-- grw M orJiiy-Eo-8ee- -., quinn's &nmna 1 1 -- 2!ll Z Beaver Dam Roller IVii.ls. three-quarte- rs Per-ryma- n, k, BEVYER DAM MILLING (10. Wes-terfi- eld Oxensbor S Bsmrw' Friii I. The Horse Shoe Brands of Fertilizers have been tried fully for 10 years in this country and have been found reliable. Wheat growers stu-dou- not do without it. grades. Call on us, we have a full supply of all JSL Hocker Co. You can get the Bepublic-a- Hartford and n the New secure-bargains- , York Tribune ono year for 81.25, cash. Subscribe now. AUKAKAO nnOWIf'i IHOJl 1HT Kor ..i ifti...l--- l cheaply andfor nink imlckly Iiik dcllcloui Cmlr at home. THU boon given away at drug and itonora! itore. Itr-lnc. 1 81. tii.tW. nnd III. ir ;itlflcl. Almi Klectrio Tnmte nml llitti'rio. I rt'tfulatod to .nit, nnd xinnuHcfil toliut tor joimm, A II. It aud to tliock. Free .Medical adjU-e- , Write to.di, lliittrry umcient Klectm-llj(Hie wulitt mcaaurc. prlca nnd hill .rtkujra, CnfttuoUiintf FRffitHTKlrrrilJlff-- i ttry Ummii, i'un roiiililnril, ami product Wauled. 1 hv utillor from the ti'l lleoN of lliH Ii (JriMH. I.nnift lLtrlt. Kiiluov ami iliftciui. Hhuifiiitufi.. IiKliirt'Miloit. lhniit'iixiu. utiv khitt nt UfaJtinriw. or cllitr wn.-KlfUrk'it) will euro )ti tunl mvi)oii In health (lieutlm In ri'liwJ DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC llc BELT Midi. AlH'iilH Addrcsi DK. Jt'Il, Itlrll. W. M. Adaiii, M'g'r. 0, M. Pidlkton, Treas. Robeut BAOCllus.Clerk. The - Southern RATES: Hotel,' UJUII.I.K, KY. $1.00 TO $2.00 PER 'OK. HI Unlit! JKrFXHMOX HT., Hartford Republican FRIDAY, SErrEMlJER '- OLD TIMES IN HAWAII. llivlmiil Monarch, I'n "ViMnnn.Vkr-rrr- " -', 1802. George S. rfanderfur was horn Dec. 17, 18G7, .lie.l July 28, 18112. Scourity For Deposits He was converted to Christianity at 017 twelve years of age ami joined tho Methodist Church a few years later. After his conversion he was noted for r.KAI'l) lNDUrKMNNTS TO K'KADKliS OF ; si n ! ii n t v his pious walk and strict adherence to his faith. It was the delight of his : Speciassociates to call him "a little christian." His reply was: "I'd rather he a little christian than a hig sinner." Soon Tho Prnsiduntiul Cninpnigu will bo tho most intensely intorestini,' and This was a great cross for a young OM'itinjy in tho history of tho I'nited States, and country people will bo christian to hear, but he was never nnxiotis to have all tho general and pnlitii'al news and tliscussions LAWSON RENO, Cnshlor known to falter. In early manhood of tho day as prt'"iiled iu a National Journal, in addition to that supplied he adopted the profession of teaching by their own local paper. To meet (hi waul wo li.ivo entered into-mid for a time taught in Ohio county, contract with tho entire satisfacwhere he always gave von tion, taking into the schoolroom that christian influence which he manifestIn the ed when first converted. The Leading Republican Paper of ths United States, as 1 school-roohe wns always kind and Which enables us to offer that splendid journal t, regular subscription pleasant, thus winning the love and price, I. DO per year) and Til IC ItKlM'm.N'AN for one year Two respect of pntrotm nnd pupils. years ago he concluded that he could For only Sl.J't, Cash in .Idnuicc. better himself by going to Texas. He N. Y. Tiibune, regular piice per year SI. 00 bid father, mother nnd farewell, little " Hartford Republican " " thinking that he would never return -. Having taught in $'.'.'J.Total to them again. on tatisfae-tion- , Texas, where he again gave 1.25, he concluded to go to Kansas. mo On liis way he stopped with a friend Suhsrriptiou may lu'ijiti at au ti mo. anil partner in business where he wns the rnited Thin is tho most liberal combination off i er in ..li stricken down with tjphoid fever States, and every lender of Til 10 li'KITIM.K'AX iIhhiM tike advautiiru It which henever recovered. from of it at once. Address all orders to 1 was said of him while in Texas that when the Sabbath came he was lound settlein church at- - preaching or Sabbath f art fonl, Keutuckv. School. While it is sad, indeed, for his nccessi-tat- e friends at home to know that his life is ended, f et knowing the above to bo true of his character through life wc His !dy know that he is at rest. fTalrntitl In Unlliil SIMM ami CunaluJ lies under a spreading oak on si wcs Ia a l'rnollriil ?lnrliIiH'T A lM'rrrla 1892. 9, sTPS-sBTOJ led It lValifil lliihliM'Mi Mvut tern plain with no mother to shed 1M 1 I it M u. o il il and father can a. tears over the grave ' ltiin hintUiMiiflv fiiruMml (Vmlitiiillon Pk Virtfi pr.nuM'iunl rihiT, wild Com not visit the mound which covers his ami lCvUtmi L l.iit.ti.'ii ., .:n ,.,ti. boy, but the angels ( .isltali'l I'lUt It l.O'hl' iU. ' It i . 'm- ni'litof over the grave and on the morning pii-It ii. in ii iwviititit. It ti ' It- iian mlioiiH hi h' the resurrection, he will come forth to t . It "ill I TI!fiT It hi lilU'Hi.f u father, mother and brothers on meet ' tinti It' itk"'t li'ah ti MiUII .r mill lI' ik. i HH Till Il ii linppuxM. the shore of eternal It kfH. tin hii rt man l'ii t JOttl (i Vtn-- i i rv it t iioi i.i Doubtless his brother as he stood . tlltK'ltlltl lll'lllf), 11 Ullt i lilt'lll 'I .!" It .lit t ivntUtT I I "Mk' distant laud was his colliu in that ' tl n wt it It nii'l ar h it n mit I. inr stricken down with grief. Yet he 'fin ..,,. to ii,i can look beyond the mi-h.- , IS THE BEST. happy meeting above. EAST STaOUDC3URC, PA. Our minds will go back into the j:uN:iVA8t.N.-- . ,,c,. past nnd think of his kind words and Mimim Womlilp In llrltaln. ' LS t5AUlUi' . Ainu f Persons "t''- I noble deeds and m our weakness we .,. hUrH.ratitjons lingered until L iro liniltn c.uiiii uiii iiUTirL or lion.fliulil wish them back. But we realise tl.c a juto jieriod in the PHtKli i.slands. Itrowii's Iron Itltter-- . CENTRAL CITY, KY. rttiiilMillienjrftim iiM. illi;vUoii rrniuM'-irLord docth ull things best and the' A writer of tho Seventeenth century ctviuf Liic. uiuliuro, nulurlo. Ui IIiolmiiiiuij II. A. LOZEIEK&CO., R. R. MX0K. PflOPrtnCR. "I Yorkbhire, etc., north-- , consolation comes. The Lord giveth, ward, soino country people doc wor- W'hulcfiilu D.faler.s Has ju-- t been repaired and newly Lonl taketh away, blessed be the B,up th(J Xm. Moon on tllrfp harQ CLEVELAND, O. t'urniflicd. Located close to Depot. knees, kneeling on nn earthfast name of the Lord. ' .'! 0 Sujierior St. Sleep on dear George, a few more stone. And the people of Athol, iu Good meals ot lunch. Give ..n..Hu.,.wi ,vo iw..u. in ,pnf vf.n on tin. tll Highlands of Scotland, doe wor- n Snnil.-i,i- , it a trial. fclitn ihn Viiu- Mnnn nf I " evergreen ahore. J. ). 11. .. Htt- lio WJl 1... ,.,,f i, ,,,,,. Iill'lintl : L'fl MM tn u' no they woi.hip tho moon, I know NIIII.OIIS I'OllJII iiml 1'i.n- - '(i"li not, but when they first too her after S Ml, l. li. , ll I l, II. ill I,, mii mMjtorkixillz 4111 1. jMittl li II ll:l tliirillltif. II Do vol' vt ll III 'l' TO l Kit V. i,r. Hilt'- - OMiiiiii'il, iitnl nil Ma; tho change, tlieyronnnonly bow the ri'iiiil.iiiini. ! ,i,ii. - iii.li, iini tin, i ntlri Iv IH'1 ll l IIUMI III! II .lll.l buhl l) .. M')ii (iriltlii A Urn. Ittitt .it, i.i ii'iiilul .ii i., I, knee prd ! y tho Lonl's Prayer, and Mlli'il. nil t.iiiiliiiv-, n' II, till' alii r nil iifi'iilturiiiii,l in iii. ii . ill m.r t'i imti)" ip)ti4it (iitinfor MtWI i: 17 (Mli i i ml("ii inn miu s 1'iilt'iil u I, 'li i illltll'llll) linn, t M'll.l li i iMl I'll ini) uf luih tili'iils ui ic Him (tuiit i.e..r the wuno uddrobs themselves to thiT in 'Iiini, nt- - I, ii - ..I. it limit hunt H Knrliiui'lMi,l.,iili'irclii'l.iii,Sliiliir" li llli'l'il tllll) l', ilhi'tl llu rlti:.iiit m.itrliii.. iii.I iu,-- r i.illnl iintsi.r "iru lier with a loud voice after tins man- iilv.it )n in,i ih. tsiltUlii nmmI Mttltl t Hi: ill IMt nt li niiil.ir- - null "' '"V"""" "' f ' lllf . MiMI) .. Mll.M.ll.lllII iliinl. ,m, ti luiinniil il llL,,..ni.ln, IhmII , ill, ,i,. MM) in. j. . llllllll. i V'i".'".'llll iilllilllUi' mill.rt' ",l,i', .M tu iiiti I'llMll. I'M" ner, 'Leave us as well as thou found-es- t nn , , , Hli tlMkc hut ,j h in uli i lin'. in pi in hi h A lliu. ' I'.l iii.i ii, .! i, .... i, i ( lllllll .nil ll litrilj... SI ' I ,' I us!'" Ii. I) Kit. .1. III.MW.M:. Ti... mi, .i.u iiiiniU.ri'iiiit.iin- - liiiiulriiN nt li It. iii irmn )ihiii hn iiruiiit ihim tffii. iiitl ti'N iiiiiis fit urtmil i litiii tu Sylvester O'Halloran, tho Irish histn uii "(Hit- i nti'if) lit i'i lailii'M mill Kuiili-iuiiuiiiithu'iiirii'-iiiiiii- li nlrriiiii A New Business College. lho-- . - i in in i.r It tlii'li' torian, KMaking of the corresjpnd-innf lllii ii,hi.Ih-.TTM Tho many friends and former pauho In- - nut r.Mitnl ill- - nr lnr .ii':nlt)' F'l itniniin customs of the Phoenicians and Oniiti r I'tttrm fulir 'luhtnUtt It V i" lliitNui. lull''- - tin yiil u.)iiilluiitt). Itish, adds: "Their deities were tho trons of l'rof. Knos Sponcer,for sevluiimi-- , rnuiii l'i, li finil. Itiitmi, same. They both adored Bel (or tho M;l"i I). eral years Secretary iV Treasurer of Mjn), tho moon nnd tho stars. Tho lo l. & S. College, of Louisville, Jiouso of Rimmou, which tho s 7 --J v I. L th; 3 won-hi'iewill be pleased to know that lie is in (like our tern WHEN YOU GO TO 0WEUS6ORO : v pies of Flechta in Mouth), were sanow at the head of a strong CorporCAM. ON cred to tho moon." London Standations which has beun opened iu the ard, ' ( C.Theo-CainMk V' ILKUALLi l.ouisdille lioanl of Trade When Tho 11uIiiIm Are Sten. r nit im nnnrJIMfl PILES. SUgWJHHQBUT modern and practical When two rniiilwvsnre sonietinies VSAviwuunurwfci HiiMiievs College, under the well beenatonce. ono outside the other, the JURE CERTAIN CURE w. inner or primary bow, us it is culled, Mown for 15 years as tho BEST known and popular uaiiio of "Spen is nlwayw the brighter, nnd tho red ,C PI .CC. i 1; lilllllill.TIIIiilt"lll. III., T I0IH. I hu are at the mismes band of color is always on its outbide, ceriiin. tho outer or secondary bow is much center, cuniU'cteil with all tlio lending business inteiests of tho c uiitry, fainter iu color, and tho led band it. T'te Mo t i mriTifiil I.'iinritr icnllr always on its inside. This is Ikcuuk - I, ii li urtiili In nitilutt nut J.h. iiil and l'rof. Spencer's reputation as a in tho priinury bow tho hiui's rays bi ur. .I....I jiroutbii.iw; Husiuess educator is all uro only reflected once, while in thu practical For the fiitctt ami Mutt Artittic Work; Randall's that is uocosMirv to ;uarautee the secondary bow they uro reflected Spavin Cure. any size or style. Fttdericu HI. , between success of tlio College. Wo bespeak twice, which makes them fainter in MimwnoD,Mil..Ma5I".ia Gm.il Ins. II. J. Kl Mill I. ('II.. 3rd and 4th. color and turns them upside down. for thein a good patronage from tho In ono rainlHAV wo see tho rays of Gi nt aimuii ihrii' jour nro I wrotn tn im Flin,iiHliiirii.i,iii.,tni limi u &.itvln. lu.nl l li.itll..in iinir K't'iiiliD'ahpuvIn cure, mill It tho gun entonni,' tho raindrops lit the young inun and women of this vicin liiaiHiii'i.liillui'OI i'. l,i7!' rei'iimnu'iiUuUUt'J top nnd reilccted to tho evo lrom the rut: wi.iiKsr piiorotiK.vi'iniK in cluuravtiulmiuutuilt ill--Inil A.ME nr. KlIiViKOlt. . Ilk.. of pracity, who desire that tjuality . Ih iiiiikliiK t. Uli' (iri'i'll ItHiT ciiiilltry bottom, while in tho other wo see tical instruction, which will prepare prli-cI'lt'lnrm ill tin1 liilliiHliitf ln tho rays entering tho raindrops nt fur I lii ni'Xl lli iihiiiIIik: them for good employment and tho bottom and reflected from the Ono lo. (iililni'l I'lmlCKrupliH K'J.IIO Kendall's Spavin Curs. top, whence they reach tho See adverdisement. I ..10 success in life. Oiic.liiiir ilo. Eagle. Tliri-I.Oll Iitonc, Warren Ca, Va., June 51, ISA Vn. n. J. Kit" run. Co.t 1. 01) (iini ' Dear hir- -I inii.t nay that loneo IrIM a IkiiiI. r,; )iiiirl.i'iiilall'hpatiiciiriiiui Tliu I'iiiitiii;i'SliiiiiiAliiiiit l'llt) Vi'iimOlil. 'ruui, Wlmiimi; I.Oll l niiu limul lliti.'hiti Ilium flllli lllll' riill, amlltrntlrili ri'lmieil n linne nuiivlu ninl 'uri-ilMti ly ri'lii'Wil Ii) Miimli'ii ID ' 'I no tlnlypr .t ..W.Orillui " It is barely fifty years since the IilM lint llMinll tho Imltle In rtlti'itlnir It. Thu I r.i.lxiirM)rri ,ifnrinl,l, viry 1 llro.'i I'riuMiui'. a.1 ' .11111104 One jiostago htanip wite introduced intu .luiliirit work ulliif ii ti nip, liiil I liu only IJiilli'rj In Ilii'Cil.v ulu-ri- ' llv.i ittful.'; ; ui.ru, li KisuhTo.v Saludcut. tho United States. Tho btainp is a TII.1T 1IA'KI.; 'OI'lll mil U- u little oMer mollis iirr iimili'. Cull mill hit mr. England. When first (ii.oiiiii: v. maim is, iiil.l) iiimlli) Sluliih'i Cine. He iiiraiili' introduced in postage stumps wero bold I igyYESTNFASY UIII.UiiIii Mri'i-t- , Sold I.) .. W.i.mm' (inlliil lliu. liendall's Spavin Cure. in bolid bheets. Of course n great ZZy. ST, many wero waited in tho effort to Columbia. Ala., July SI, 1883, lin. n. J.KrxntLL Co. tear tin-i- np.ut when there wero no EMBriDir.sEVcRi'DESiRABLE Improvement To Our Subscribers. IH'titii liniu rTtTtually rrmovpii ono cam uf I1111111 niiiivlii nllh ymir Kni,lull' biiuiluCuro. The special announcement which perforations. Indeed, tho loss and umnr &AI.LU5IVELYIT5 UW.N. IkLtvrrully ifioiiiiui.'uait toall. $75.00 to S250.00 u.nkViVi'i.'n lill rvi"T ltuiwitfully, II. c. HxiaiiTi appeared in our columns homo time inconvenience was so great that tho I'nfi irfihiliu oin liirni-l- i iilmri-i- ' ami clii'l tin ii FULLY M7fa Handsome Wlioll' tillll' til till' llIIH'H. S'llll' lllilllll lltH since, announcing iisjiccial iirr:m'o-iiie- ut government offered a liberal reward fLEGAMTLY rrlro81irlU1?,oralxbottlofor5. AlMmj. iii.i) In pruht.iUy I'liiiil'it'il almi. ,Uri launioii'ti with Dr. 11. .1. Kendall Co., for ti patent which would overcome Clits liavu It or can fcf 1 fur ou, or 1 w UI lie nut IVETCAKS III tou iih iiml vitlt'K. II. I JOHNSON A- - II) ..Finished of Knosbur Kails, Vt., publishers tho difficulty. Kiito Field's Wash toonyiulilrmon irlco bytbo irourl. I( , Vn. ingtou. SEE OUR tcre. ggSfcflGENT OR UMliaml M.iIiihI., of "A Treatise on the Ilorso and His Kiltlirl Cotirimilltf. DR. B. j. KENDALL CO., J)isoases,"whorohy our subscribers A farmer iu Berkshire litis posted Enosburqh Falls, Vermont were enabled to obtain u copy of on n meadow fenco tho following-"NottiO-1-.Ithat valuable work free of charge by Know kowsis nloud iu these fcendiiiir their address to li. .1. KenIT IS A DIITV you owe rounmlfnnil fnm. medders, eny man or women lutten A LIVi. AGENT VArjThniN ' to iri't tlio lit'et Tallin for your iiinncy. dall Co. and unclosing a two-ceficononilzo In )oiirfootiif'nr liviiurclmnlnr thuro kows run the rodo wot gits into . I.. IIiiurIiii Mini', whlrli rrproinl ibo & fur mailing same, is renewed mj medders aforesaid shall huvo his l stamp vn piice. n.Uoil, a lliounuud. A will If. Illy.lor for u limited period. Wo trust all tail cut off by me, Obadiah Hogers." AND UNDEVELOl will avail themselves of tho opporT WEAK Boston GIoIh.'. 2 50 4.00,a BtrciigthciieJ and enlarged, cmla. tunity of obtHiniuir this valuable iloni itnnl, I.DHt .fin ii hood llcmorril Hunt Work. S2 00 43 50li work. To overv lover ,of thu Ilorso vurk'ncclo, ucak tuclt.losiioftni'mory.iliziliicif The Leading Phobog Tho "wax fitter" iu tho queen's ncrvoimieii'i, nenkiifM rurril ty tlio I'rini - .sOiffiSit" IC! UDItl If IU lllf llkjl II. 111., llll.. (IU , llUltl.l III . ... ,ini,uiir,i,iv, ill if Ihl.llu 1.1 ll .1 1,1 00 no canines on WW. "'""I'". lMperl);slxlx(il A wrlitcn manner all ,f tho iliseases euro Hltli cm II, 75 42.25 tho dinner table, lor which ho draws .A.i!";,.".'1 iruariintco ofPirtli'iilan tu i ...i.:!.i. afflict Mnml' '"r Pictures In Erer; Styie and Size. ho noble animal. woo BOYS ,mt w ()M Wt ,lt m:imi. ouia:ft larged $2.00 WarOlti I'ii'.turcs Copied ami ItH ijlteuomenal sale tl.rouKl.out them That duty is performed by UUO Aorlli Nt'cuml tilrrc't, t'liilii., : .. 75 r I tliu ASPKCIAIIT. htatesand Uuad , two lnniplightei-s- , drawing n wilury makes itstandard authority. Mention of S00 each.-Lou- don 108A Main .Street. JO IfA" IlO.YJfOJfMF, this paper when st'iidiuj' for "Treat- - , .'17ia(i" OWKXHIOJtO, KY mon-nrch- In Memory of George dorlur. S. San m tho most marked characteristics of tlio ancient religion of tho Hawaii-ans- . It was formerly a crinio with death to pass through tho king's shadow or sit higher than his head. His person was bacred and protected by a strict system of taboo. In tho royal palaco tho taboo stick, with which tho king announced his excommunications, is It is a wand with n exhibited. carved stono cap. If this stick was lowered on tho approach of a courtier ho was compelled to withdraw immediately and was recognized as being iu disgrace. Tho king's will was absolute; but s tlio majority of tho Hawaiian seem to have lieen of a kindly disposition, and to liuvo made no improper uso of their extreme power. It wns duo to ono of them that tho taboo system wns abolished. This system boro with grievous weight upon tho women. They wcro forbidden tho uso of some of tho most common articles of diet, such as bananas and certain kinds of fish, on pain of death. It was talwo for a woman to enter tho eating house of tho men, or ono of tho "lielaus" or temples. Before tho arrival of tho first missionaries tho reigning king, out of consideration for some of his women, declared flio tabooabolishcd. Tho work of converting tho natives to Christianity wns greatly assisted by this voluntary renunciation of tho old heathen system. Tho power of tlio priests wns broken by it, though their influejico was still strong with tho natives. Tho hourco of tho nwo in which they were held is easily understood when one considers that they were formerly invested with tho right of choosing tho victims for tho human sacrifices. Later they depended largely on tho "annua," or power of praying people to death to retain their influenco. No amount of argument can disabuse tho native miud of a belief in this particular kind of enchantment, It is not the priests alono who prut. tico it. It is believed that any ono can compass tho destruction of nn enemy by a suflicient exercise of will iower. In fact, so strong is tlw popular conviction on the Miln'ect or bo weak the- vitality of the race, that it is fcometimes biiilicient merely to convince, a man that some one has lletunninttl to lmiJ. ,,,, to (leath n instance is related by one of tlio early niisiionnnes of a matt who became- thus convinced, and wt the and hour of his own death. Mr. A4strollg wns reBolml tlmt tho mnu jj,oui,i not die. TJo according-tve- r ly procured n biifllcient amount of chloroform and kept him scions until tho fatal hour was past, nstom&hment on being: routed was boundless, but the bold nibe enved his life. Overland Monthly, pun-ishabl- o the Ab.oliito Timer of Itio KlUg hud the l'FOiilo'a I 'our uf tin, Reverence for royalty was ono of OWEHSBOjn NATIONAL DANK l'rlil. SpeB5eiiaegiSHiss fjoUege. Tlio oldest nnd most rulialilu States. Only osporioiu'od Short ban I, spi'i'iulitiiH. Torim For full iuforuiiitioii, write to Hoard of Tiado, sysiom of IJui'iiiKs I'olloo in tho I'nit-u- d teachurs employed. low. Uoouis tin fir.U floor. HXOS SIW'CKH, I 'res., M.tin St., (.'jr. Tuird, Louisville, Kv. Mook-kcepin, U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. fheu (&ei AND SO DOES '.&&&&' ts -- tAA Just the same, 27B,000. $Accounts of Farm- PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN '92. y ers Merchants THE REPUBLICAN alty. Interest paid dine deposits licits your business TaaTNotice! Your taxes for r 1892 are now due and New York Weekly Tribune, have unpaid and been delayed in the collection for more than 60 davs bv tho Legislature, I will expect you to call or my deputies We furnish both Papers one year for a mMK3 t Mi CXAWIK'S. '30N?. MADE ONLY BY N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. St. Louis. and settle at once. The short time that will have to collect and meet the ments with State and county will promptness on your part. This J une i. mi i;Ju, t lexican Mustang Linimen t Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. pain reliever. ;.se is almost universal by the Housewife, tho Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. long-teste- HAIITFOM) KKiH 1 'M AN. Tl J5taifJ(ird vasl IJester, -s- '. d i!& . - 1 TvnruziY. riuniymQf 10' A IV ' I I ( i i remedy has stood the test of almost generations. iars, No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of iM USTA NT, LlNIM i:xt. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it well-know- This n standa::d 1 I CO ..;,i.. - . Agents Wanted! Commercial Hotel. 1 flASf&YluAH0RSE? wl-v- firj-t-cl- i 1 "1 h-3- lll-- -- I -- I J -- lla'e - MfgdEspeciallyForExERCISINGandSpEEDING. Pronounced ByAll HORSEMEN To Be I i iM jll-- n, I l I intnuii rtnrtui OULrT V.AHT IN USE ''' -- nn--I'- l ... , 111 . I . g m K- '"GSEHassxsam Ail-I- Plire-uiciau- d u.uar Muild-ingastri- feilTIENT I It lt.i)l-tn- ii -. , V rrvin'Mimfl I 'W 1 SJyj MfllMflW For Cataloguo nnd Pricos, writo tho Manufacturers, Austin, Tomlinson & Webstsr Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. "5ee2ng; js Believinr." must be simple; when it is not simple it is not good. Simple. IhwMihl. GiHi-.- ws vfeiJ wot tls nuan much, but to sec " he .Kodicstor" SLS-'Mk- .m will lmnreES till? truth mnm fiifcil.li. All -.- ...-I VaSySSEfsS' k" tough anil seamless, anil made 1:1 tnrce pieces onlv, n it is absolutely saeaml unbreakable, hike Aladdin's 01 on, it is inuccii a "wonderful lamp," iVr its marvelous lig.it 15 purer and brighter than gas luht. auuer inun cienric iignt ami more cheerful than cither. And a rood lamb 1 f ). iiiliriHi-ymruli- . 1, W 1 1 isSr mmr "SOS I iW7 'IIB!iXj: I.A3II' CO., 43 1 4Tfeo i i J !' Rochester Place, r.'oiv York Clf. s L. ON nSBMi DOCTOR ki j w,f KM TAYLORS EVERY-TOW- nt lark RieiUer, bi-.- 11 $5.00rw43.00 ... ,i I mm flltl fit wrcytn DiLiwanMJ, fcimnaj CLtrruro dii miiPairro PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. m URE - Tit-Bit- IHl) A I.e. ton. mmm $ks IN ys5?"f JW 50 CENTS MALARIAL DISORDERS. med.co. sy.lquis mo. immmv mmm-m- mmmLmmmmhiM You can j g'Ol tllC 1 Hartford Hkpuhlic-- an and the Now' York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. ' Mother (impressively) Tho paiwr ni:i.i:ii i.v that two bad, wicked boys, who Triiplnil ritl'I'I.S mill t'oiili'clliiiii'rliN, wero robbing birds' nests, wero struct Owonsboro, Ky. uy tjgiiiiiuni. All Order From Slayr I'romptbj a Small Boy Yes'm. Trees is nwful tended In. 'd7ly unsafe iu u stonn. Good News. Bays .In Oli.ervutiou. 1IIIOWS inOS HITTKII9 AMIASAO iviiim... n... Hnmlrfd H..'i.mVfor Ilimil. W l llll? ilclloloilH CbihIv clirftil ut liiniir. Till" huoKU fUcuuMuy uturuu ' Ulid uotitrut atorui. ; A.ll.ml", .Inllinl , THE ' I .TIIKIl Hl'WlAI.TIKS In footwear arocf thoaamo Mull Krinle.anil mircai-n- t o money vatua far tliorlfi'ichariied. fcra that uamu and urlco uro .tampfil on bottmn of cach.tiuo. ttAK.KMtMllllMTITI'TK. Bold by xx, . Ilouiiliia, Jlrocktou, lUu.a. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENflflEN. BEST SHOE THE WORLD FOR THE MOMET. Wo huvo noticed tlmt when tell u woman her daughter is tho imago of her when bho wns ugo tho mother looks plensod tho daughter looks Beared. change. you just that and Ex- Curt'sIiiillKi'ntliiii, IIIIIoihiicmi, i)M'pl:i,.Maln. rlii, Neriouiii'Mi, ami ili'iivml Iklilllty. I'lijul-claii- a riioiiiiiniiO It, All iliul- r.m'll It, (U'liuliio Loatruilu mark unit criK.uil nit Hni.'Hoiiruii.'r. 9MT BROWN'S mO.V BITTEHS HOOKER & TABOB, Kodine, Ky. HARRIS & EI ID, . THIS PAPER w. n.mmhat Konllli'lnl'hllaJrlplila 111 MtiHinir n son. lliu M'W.iajii r AilviT Aiffticy im Mi'Mni. our uuUiurlzcd oaiiu lJAHUKHS. Xettritlfilii iVr..son ....I .l.n.A troulxrii wllli uorvnim ,,,.. .n. tilling ib . anil near t'lovorport '.lllilllll).. uuicaroorucniorUwiii hou'iiuvi'dbytuitiu Opposite hul.er JlUtem. ucuuIm Brown' Imn Hotel, Clovoriiort, Ky. ' tuutruilouiarliHinl crossed red lluuiou wrapper. ,.,,