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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH N CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERMS---S1.- Fer Annum, In Aimce, K $1.25 per year. VOL. V. DEMOCRATIC HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. PROFESSION. wc invito the support rif nil citizens who desire to sco tho constitution maintained m its integrity, with the laws persuant thereof, which have given our country 100 years of NO. 6. BEAVER DAM. ?? K ZZL. PROFESSIOXAL J". EdVT-irs- . GAUD. September 5. I notice in your issue J. Y. Drown Governor of august tho 8th, Reformer's short ...M.C.AIforil Thoir InconsiBlauco as Shown Lientrnint lovcrnor llesdlcy lerettry of State...- .reply to my comiuunica.ion of July ly T. G. Givaus in an W. .1, llcmlnck Allsrney fleiicial tho 18th. Plcuso allow space for a We pledge unexampled prosperity. address Boloro tho LONormnn Amlllor the Democratic party, if it be introHtiiry llnlo Trensuf.r brief reply to Reformer's little (bru-tis- m Bardstown Ro- (t. II. Hwnngo duced with power, not only to the deKrgl(.'l- of Liii'l (Mine nml ibfinc oich. fulsome.) Ho begins by saying it publican A. J. "rum Adjutant Oenern feat of the Bill, but nlso to reK. I'. Thomson n. Perod, (b) Comma, (c) Semoco-Ion- , was not expected thatn gentleman of Hupt. I'tiblle Instruction Club. peal to the Republican policy." A. Addmns Cl.tli..'. my aspirations would use such uncouth (d) Colon, (o) InterogationPoint, Now who could bejievo that this tiii: DIIMOCHATIO rLATl'OUM. ....I! 1j1 .Inhnsoi Publia Printer (f) F.xclamntion Point. and. vulgar language. Now Mr. .ReSuction 1. "Tlio representatives ot p.nty desires the preservation of Rei.i eoTTiTtsTT srunesoxi": Perod is used at a full stop. Colu- former, if being uncouth is a crime the Democrntie party of the United publican government when itso per M mn the voice stops, but does not full. and a sin, you would have been kickIII, Mond-tIn Mnjr Htntcs, in natiuunl convention nscctu Circuit Court comcneii the sistently and bitterly denounces evtheir nlleginnco to hied, do nil November. Semicolon greater than u Comma. In- ing up tho nshes iu perdition's gloom LI'Litllo tho Jnic principles of the party iih forinu-lute- d erything else under tho sun called .....JOcNoc Commonwealth's Attorney terrogation, used in asking a question. long ago. As to vulgar language, wo 0 llardwh k Republican, or what consistency in (3trk by Jeflcreon mid exemplified by J I'llnriclt iuoaitaisslimer deny using one short syllable, so you Kxelamntion, used in exclaiming. the lonir and illustrious lino of his sue- - its declaration to maintain the Con!!. Define paragraph; ftelion. only show your weakness. I" Miirton censors in Democratic Icndcrdliip from stitution in its integrity with the laws You had ,...., Jadga J r' ' "x Madison to Cleveland," Aitornf y a. Paragraph is used to refer to better procure a dictionary nnd tnken Ilnwan lloll.rook . persuant thereto, giving n century of Clerk....... li.rlll I want to call attention to this first unexampled something usuly nt the botoni of the 'few night lessons, then eend it to your I omson -- I prosperity, claiming an jtil.r Monday In each month section of the Democratic platform Courlconvenis tlnlt assistant, J. 11 S. and let him take a page. Illustrious line of Democratic success-orshiQXTAKTEIJliT COVr.T. b. Section fa used to mark, mark a lew lessons. As to brainless idiots, comrncs tho 3rd Monday In January, for the plain and simple reason that Ceurt and charging then the governApril, Jul) nil (Vtolier. Thomas Jcllbrsoii and James Madison ment under or ignorant people, Ohio county has verses usiily found in the Bible. Republican rule is never Coutt of Clalxxia. Oelo!-1. Give the parti of a correctly writ, and wero not Democrats, lint were nbnlN legalized force enough to supply the demand at preseu Court .logins Hie 1st Monday In and fraud, wheu the Juury'. tionist and protectionist Hcpuhlicuna. not including you or your assistant. ten letter. party has had but 28 years ofrulo rva'szcxi'a They wero the autbois and promul- during the 100 They nr interduction, Body nnd Wo are expecting grcut courts held In Miih h, June, wonders Justice's years of unexampled ads, , ml December, in per ilnli-- opposltolln- names, gators, with others, of sound doctrine prosperity, and whereas the maintnin-mic- e performed by you. Hcsnyg the peoPeoriition, Unionists, Stalwarts, (J iVTiirncr, fl, 4,4, 4, ol Republicanism. Thomas Jefferson : MeKlmllry, 4,. I, 3, .1. 5. Define timik and mdaphor and ple demand that you tell us what llirimu, of the Constitution in its integri-- . Equal-righ( 11 W Ta lor constable--. nud other parties, have wrote the Declaration of American ty, tho laws charges were made against cither of illustrate the me of each. persuant thereto, and come and gone, and the Democutic ' (H. T. Metros, H. 10, IB, 1". Independence, which was the lirtt whatever has aided A.S. Ki'imn, 14, 11.11. II. InuaatLl. a. It is something which similar iu the old parties that were not true. our country's Nullificationists, under the leadership IT. 41. Wilson, tontiil.Ie. political code of Hcptihlicanisiu, an J So far as the Republican party is con1, 1, 1. ( Kddie Miller, t, prosperity through its national legis- - of Calhoon, beginning their career in form, but different iu meaning. ' I'mMYiiLi). Chambers. '!. . l, James Madison wrote the Constitu- tiou cerned, what charges did your adula-mit- e li. Write a letter to someone tlitcribimj are simply historic facts ot the 1825 against every doctrine held by (J W Pajne constable. A tion of the United Stated, which was speakers prefer against us Repyour liH nclwol. 7 (IVir) Prune It, 7, e, 7, Republican party. Tlio third section their illustrious Jinc of successors a, o, It lltttivta. J(.11 T llciuli r, ii, table. o. the lirst arch and structure of this says: licant that were true? He says I am ., Jin, 1, 1802, HTajlorcon la it not nn unquestionable fact that urcat Republican government, mid. n Tribune correspondent. Mr. Jo. li. Rogers, liar' e7, Ky, f I. Kulkrrroii, It, II, II, I deny, e declare it to be a fundmnen- " ' . . r Joi.Wi II, II, 11, party has ever Iloctrstv.' u: tl ho asks: "Did not ono of you instead ot being tree trade Democats,'i tut principle of the Democratic party tho Republican Dear sir, My last school wns (.0" W KOWC COIlsianie. for a stroug government, iiinuiMMi not ouiy auvocaieu u protcc (WM Aiury, It.U'.v.O. inai inu renerai government lias no contended successful, but I do not know make two trips up Salt River." My i II KM), I", l, . . liitm. constitutional power to impose nnd strong first and last iu the loyal hearts whether it was due to the students or dear Reformer, there is only one contive tarill, but introduced the first 'I W I' Miller von'taMe. protective tarill" bill ever noted upon collect tariff duties except for the pur of the American: people, an indisso the parents, but I do no I descrvo no cerned with you nnd all your assispose oi revenue only." i i luble union ns n defeuse against every ny an American uongrcus, which, houcr for it, although I did all that I tants and I have not explored your . roller 'onrli . ... i . V ivu .1... luiiuumuiuai principle oi invasion, ngmnsl: every oppression, mis i.....l ' t,,r,,uBh the of ,lelieion turbulent stream. By tho way, did Democracy is precisly contrary to tho always for tho greatest good to the thought was necessary, but according IUawi IH.- -J J Mil imuTiei h r Tnyior. nml llip iimirnvnl nf 1'roHiftont WiiaIw -nmrnh.il. ,,.' " to my opinion the teacher deserves you not launch your littlo bark cauoo C linnlol, Ju.lRr; J W Daniel, , Cuomo (LI..-- N principles ncld by Jellerson, Monroe greatest number, nnd contending that and niako your second voyage last ingion, necamc n law .liny tne iin nut! . Andrew Jackson. J I. I!ifiJon,Juli;l J"" t H'llllnc, Thomas Jef-- the very humblest honest citizen should not tho honor, for it his dcauty to do 17t!(. Theso men lived and labored all ho cau for the advancement of winter you must bo a pilot by this W PTIioma", fcrsou huid: lliunnui. W I. IUwUiii, bo equal iu opportunity and protectime. It has been said: "that mi open among their fellow-men- , known, rc "The prohibited duties wo lay on tion under the law with the highest The cause. i:"ro'i. Klrlli HM, Juilv-epected mul elected as Republicans, nil articles of foreign i! O Cromlcr, Ju.ljjPi Ami I will say for the people oi that confession is good for the eolI." Now toit. manufacture, and noblest in the land contending iimrtlml. I and there is not even a fhatlow of cv-- 1 which nrccedi-ncreotiirea ns to district that it is the pleasauts school the idea of you being swnj-- ed off idenco in any authentic history of Ujh lish ut home, with the patriotic deter for justice, liberty and unity, contcu and sold out by your friends. If such I ever taw. Yours JJcsp'y, Oilier 4'olllif) IllJIn'ri, '"K "or die flog of our fathers and was the case, tho party that sold country that they wero imbue! with mination of every good citizen to uso Wil.on J It I'rtrtntt no loreign article which can be miulo the homes of our children. lurt'jor the remotest taint of modern DemocAtKt.tor These nro only n few examples tak you should have been prosecuted for within ourselves, without regard to ' Jor II Hc't'Ti" kthsol .SuK'rlitrauriil.. J W llr.ll7 racy. fraud nud sent to tho "Pen" nnd tho Their most wholotomo views, (lillerence in price, secures us against en from tho Oronor of the July Examination, 1892. and yet the papers Boardapplicants, rs parties that bought you should have ns sopeguards against usurpations of a relapse into foreign dependency.'' County ,,of Exam-ino3iz:-3cDefinitions given bydiflercnt appli! tho reserved lights of the people, unAndrew Jackson in n message to are censured because every ap- been arrested and brought before tho cants for certificate: plicants does not obtain n certificate. court on tho charge of lunacy nud tl. K. Cliiirrli,Siulli. Hrrt ire Ihlnl mnl der the Constitution, have been woe- Congress said: Council A assiduity; a body of month. HnMullfrcliaul nt fully distorted into bo called state rnurlli HiiniU) Ui convicted and sent to tho asylum. "The States have delegated their Resp'y, Jo. B. RooEits. cry Mimhiy inorniiic. Ilvr. K. 1.. o'clock rights. Joinh (juincy and John C. whole authority over imports to tlio law teachers; chief; odvice. For some inexcusable, but Alwiso I'ttdl'tntor. Hilur-lnupllxl 4'llllrcli.--rrti- in -. hool ooonil MituUy Calhoun became advocates of State General Government, without limiCounsel Member of n counsel; Program tor S. S. Union at reason, the Creator ofthc Universe, Kiof Smiilny. ('iitilMth.'icr) tation or restriction. This authority one who consults; n body of men; a lauriiliitfut 9 o'clock. Iter J. H. Oilcimn. l'ntor. .Sovereignty; and combiiiatious of McHenry, Saturday, n who alone kuoweth its mysteries, sent having entirely passed V. I. I'hurrli. Nrncc firm rihI foimli from the council. t I) o'clock September 17. l ninUy In nch loonth. h were believing if they could States, the right to excrciso it for tlio into the most beautiful of its seasons MpImiwI trrysfumls) momms. Iter li II. 3:30 a. m.; G. T. Tinsley Bene- thousands of the querulous Acceit To disapprove of anyevery Hun use the state ns n legal shield between puriioo of Protection does not exist M. mosquitos l V a. h. d.yltnornin fits derived from ntteudiug tho State and tho il nUhl. tlililh-choo- l in them, and consequently, if it bo thing; to keep; to receive. tiiCNieclvvs nml the general governgreat multitude ot flics and K.t.H NNKiur, l'itor. Except To upprorvo of anything; Union. Alitlin lliipllit. (col.) ."eniorn flrt nnJ ment that they could then indorse not possessed by tho General governafter the same manner anil perhaps Ikird huiuUy iictiilins mnJ ninhl. lnl.lmh.icliool ment, it must bo extinct. Our willingness: to fexcopt; In agree; to ct, How to 10:00; L. R. Barnett l Ju'clm-i . llcv.J.J Kli'liiinj I'a.tar. Stuto legislature to foster their cspc political system would thus with a'likc purpose, into tho noblest present a Sunday School. or disagree. cial interests, have perpetroted thepc. tho anomaly of a people stripped of ofits professions nnd even nraoug 10:30; Win. Smith How to secure the A situation; a cituation; Skiiit r :TlXn-iUi- r. MoiTixqcitriiT. These are erroneous opinions, on tho right to foster their own industry, meek nud humble, the a large attendance. nnd to counteract the most selfish nud aimed at; the eye. simuhirity ofdoctiine between mod"liar with heart" and the "idiot" 11:00; L. B. honey County OrCite A spot; a citizen; to aim; to with a littlo day bookaud lead pencil. ern De'iiocrncy and the prici)les destructive policy which might be adopted by foreign nations. This iu. recite or something of that kind, or to ganization. I adopted by these men, in any nation- dispeusible power, thus surrendod by Whnt a Paradise the worltl'would bo 11:30; Rev. Mitchell Sunday but for its al party, and there cm he no illus the States, must bo within tho scope rebate; arouse, stir on; cituation. insects and verniiue. Mr. Site To behold; behold; fit; pre- School and Chinch. tiious Hue ofbiiccessorship in Democ- of the authority on the subject express 'Reformer, you say the arrangements CREAM Adjournment for dinner racy from Jcllcreon mid .Mmli.-o- n to ly (ipiegateii to Congress, lu tins con- fer; to summon; refered; refiereuce. are being made for a swap between clusion, I nm confirmed as well by tho 1 p. m.; Rev. Fulkerson The op- tho old parties and you state Seal A stomp; an aniblc of the anybody. that you opinions of President Washington, how can give tho names of tho parties This first fectiou nUo says that the Jeflcrson, Madison and Monroe, who Sea; to seal a letter; to seal with wax position to the State Union and YEARS it may be overcome. FOR Imvo each repeatedly recommended or nothing. concerned in tho trade. Now wo ask welDemocrats "believe tho Has lod all Worm Rcmodlos. fare demmnls that theso public l:30rB. 1) I ir, -I- nfluence of you to give them, of courso you can, Ceil A room; to ceil a letter; the tho exercises of this right under tho principles" EVERY BOniE GUARANTEED. Constitution, as by the uniform prac- ceiling ofa house; to cover with wax; the Sunday School in a Community. nnd ns to proof, you can prove that (what principles? The principles tice of Congress, the continued HOI.O 13VKUYW1IK1U3. 2:10; State Visitor Barkley Tho perdition is an iceberg. tho ceiling. HIUUBDSOS.nVLOU Xtll. CO,, tT.UlflJ. held by theso Republican protectiontntni of the Slate, and the generAdhoit Calmness; some heroic State Union. Tho Parable of the Prodigal did ist) "bo applied to tho conduct of tho al understanding of the people. Tho program may be changed nnd not seem to suit you. Your revision So the Democracy of 1892 is fun- - event; peitainiug to leaping as an government through the n'ecesjion to , FO TIIISIH.OID, adroit n kind of miuer- - if either of the above named gentle-quotes the son's ns being twins. This liiw Wnltncaa, Malaria, iIIkcxUou and power of tho party that advocates dnmeutnlly against Jefferson, Madi- nl; not lUlloiunoKi, tVa perpendicular; to give back; man would prefer another subject ho we deny. You will make it appear them." Then the Democratic party son anil Jackson, yet disclosing that s. 'fws-- iron rrrriK Mr. next, that the entire will please inform us nt once. It enrw a 't' ly. Kor ilo b- - ll Jeftlen In would ho left out. family left home. liiey wero tho illustious founders of often; n wrighl. incUicln- in eenuloa. Wcedon, of Louisville, will probably The facts are, you and your assis The following nro n few words ns From the foimntinu of the general a party which has not a single issue be present and give no interesting tants left homo in 18(51 ami you have government until 1821), nearly half it which conserve with their teachings. spelled by various applicants through exercise on tlio black-boarWo not beeu thoroughly at homo since. their work: century, no Democrat ever occupied The seventh section says: would bo glad to meet everybody on "We. hold to the use of both gold tho presidential chair, and never unSiimlhingnndsumpthing, for some that occasion who is interested iu the W arc expecting to bring you in on the eighth day of November 92. I til 18'2.", wlicn the Jackson men for- and silver us the standard nionoy of thing; sutiblo, for suitable; cary, for works of Sunday Schools. the country and to tho comago of both carry; finely, will usk you n few questions for infor finally; bluddy, for mulated a party opposing tho uso of gold mul silver Twenty minutes will bo given each formation, What did you leavo tho without discriminathe surplus government money for tion against cither metal of charge of bloody; discription, for description: sneaker am! tho remainder of tho Democratic - Party for? What, docs interim! improvements and advicating mintage, lint the dollur unit of coin- nervis, for nervous; privnlago, for time allotted will bo given to tho house tho People's Party Platform say in a tarill for revenue only, did they age ot both metals must bo of equal privilege; Cnuadia, forCmiadu;Ocian, for general discussion. intrinsic and exchangeable value. regard to tho Tariff? What does it for Ocean; Boliug Grean, for Bowliug oven assume tho name of Democrats, L. It. Baiinltt, say in regaid to pensions? Cau tho "Without charge for mintago'' is Green; Pecin, for Pekui; Jcrminy, for bo it distinctly understood, that and, Prest. Ohio Comity Union. National Government mako monoy? theso men did then mid do now op. absolute nud pure free coinage, and Gerninny; Asya, for Asia; ove, for of; Now, ray dear Reformer you seem to peso the fundamental doctrine which the idea that metals must bo of good Brazdl, for Brazil; bory, for borDr. Fenuei's Blood nndLiver Pills are Jellerson and Madison declared in the intrinsic value, is supremely prepos- row; Culiy, for Cuba; Ittily, for Italy; the best family physic. Mild, no grip- doubt Harrison's being president nt Declaration, tho Constitution mid the terous; and besides what wc want is palos, for palace; acinous, for ancient; ing, yet nctivo and most thorough'. this time, but such is tho case. You say that tho indications are that Weav-ve- r laws pursuant thereto and nil their equally of monetary vnltio of the perchnis, for purchase; Battol of Warrautcd to satisfy or monoy returnwill be elected. It will not hurt for Battlo of Tippecanoo; public utterances wero thewisoand coins, inchnugcable, incoutestiblc dolIt Onrei Cc.ld,Cougllor Throit.Crenr Ir "ucn ed. For sale by L, B. Bean. Oeugb, Droncl.ltli and Ailhra-.- , A you to think so. Buttho man that It, WhooinfTor lar for dollar viiluo, for rich uud poor for separate; btwend, for befirst powers of tho government. Tho Coniumptlon In rt . anj cirtiio cur nllef in docs think such to bo tho caso is a l iurwill leo th.Advtnc.il tttret.aftfUk) atr oi;a. tween; too year, for two years; cigni-fieDemocratic party originated iu 1825, alike. Tho thirteenth section says: U.9 You r ttk etccllcnt cCcct SHINKLE CHAPEL. Irat ict: Hold by detlirt tvtrynbirs. natural idiot or has not brains "This convention hereby renews for signifies; finantial affairs, for SotUMWc.nUtndSt.OO. arrayed against tho doctrine of tho September 5 Wo are needing a enough to grcaso a gimlet nud you very men tlioy now claim wero its the expression of appreciation of tho financial affairs; aplied.for applied; in- rain very badly. pntronism of tho soldiers nud sailors know that Government patronage is It started out unaltera- of tho Uiiion in tho wur for its preser- shore, for insure; tuch, for touch; Rev. Lashbrook preached his last I.OUINVII.I.i:,NT. I.OIIIN iV TI'.X. II. It. organizers. virh, for verb; maskalino, for mascu- sermon at tho Chapel last Sunday. a great favor and you might ndd you bly against internal improvements; it vation, nnd wo favor just nnd liberal will never get it. Now let mo perLotitTille, Si. Louis & Tern ailv&j. pensions for all disabled Union sol- line; grees, for Greece; sirculating, for now shouts loudly its Dick Stowart, who has been visiting suade you not to loso auy sleep iu cry for internal improvements. Tho diers, their widows nud dependants." circulating; rould, for ruled; nuru-chil- his brother, V. M. Stewart, has, reBCHKDUI.K IN KKKKCT NOV.), 18'Jl. regard to tho Republicans making a for auricle; hcincrngc, for hem- turned to his homo, Now what will such n party not Democrats first organized under a No, S3, No. SI, bond that will bo accepted by tlio D.illy. Dully. WE8TI10U.NI. for wrap; feablu, tor vntional policy and becamo known as say? Appreciate tho of orrhage; rop, Mrs. S. 0. Stevens, M, 0. Ward, 7:43 n. m. t:ii p. in. l,v. Louisville the Union and favors liberal pensions feeble; oysito, foreyesight; untell fit-t- Mrs. McDonald, V. M. Stewart's pcoplo for tho faithful dischargo of all a political party under that union iu .it n. in. 7:2u p. m Went Point for mussels, for until fit for mus- family and Luelln Her were tho guests premises mndo to all. Now, Mr. 1825, nnd came into power under to all; so this is not tho enmo p.irty .(i7 p. in. VA1 a. m. llrunilciihiirK s 37 i. in. Jackson in 1S2D. tl.4 ii. in. ' lrvliintoii Then ciimo Mar. tlmt tried nud svued tho Union, nnd cles; ossis, for osseous; nnnniitl, for an- nf W. G. Bennett nud family Inst Reformer, you aro just merely tho U:&1 n. m. u.'il . in. ' Ftrplieuaport cats paw iu your communication. tin Van Huron, and after n brief in- has unceasingly mid maliciously tried imal; arters, fur arteries; niedison, for Monday. 10.1 n. in. 0:ir, p. m 6loverporl When you go a fishing uso your own 11:11 H. m. 10.10 p. Ill, - Iltweavllle,...!.. disgrace the Union soldier by medicine; cdication, for education; terval Polk, Pierce, Buchanan and to Andy Bainl got n fall last Saturday .. 11:34 n, m. 10.31 p.m. Lewlsport.... lies, denouncing them as paudeauty, for duty; caricter nnd carac-te- r, and liroko his coll.xr hone. IIo is get- hook or to bo more plain do your own GroverClc volant! six Democratic ad 13: 18 p. in. 11:11 p.m. OwentlmroM. writing nnd do not tnko nil tho hon,. I .! p. nv. ll.Mp, in. for character; uolege, for knowl- ting along very well. ministration against foventeen Repub- pers, vagabonds nnd bounty jumpers; BJttlllo.... n or nnd glory to yoursolf, .. !;'.!' , m, Ar. lie mlrraon... J lican administrations from tho begin, and is not their chieftian, their own edge; woroe, for womcj futcher, for Chailoy, you had better sell your As over your obedient friend and No. til, No. M, niug of tho government until now, nnl only Qroyer, tho great vctoor of future) tryo uthors, for try others; new buggy and get you n curt or lit. Dally. Daily EAST HOUND. servant, Wild Bill'h Fihend for tho noedy nnd deserving, alow Behoolcr, for allow scholars; with only 2 yenisof rule for tho pensions tie Robert will beat you, this is so, 7:18 n. m. 3: 16p. m, hy. llendenon.'..., for district; sitizens, for citizens; look how he8viugs that girl. This can only be nil expression of Democrats a'nd without a national 7:37 h. in. 3'37 p. in. fJpoUavllle Morton Stock Farm. t.27, a. m. 4:24 p. m, OviOktViru. ... n 1931. flut tho Doino-pri- it oontemptiblo hipocrnoy, and no man intcrlcctual, for intollectual; accurWo aro promt to learn that J. B. lijwlanort Mr. G. W. Morton, of Jackson,..!... W n. m. 6.0S p. in. acy, for accurately; morrel, for moral; of Cleveland's pretentious can party, from its organination to Q.33 ft. in, WWp.nr Her has had his cancer removed from ville, III., writes. "I lmvo boon mwy'lf... trying H.'U1 it. 1. III. o:47 p. in. thopioicnt-timo- , senco,or sense; creatiaii, for creation; his shoulder mid that ho is getting alt at llrt vehemently PlTrpl1 ,"' ,... i(i.?r, n, in, 0:19 p, in. for two years to romovo a windpuff 5onleii(art.. .., opposes Republican mon nnd meas'-. Tho Democratic Memphis (Tcnn.,) tichus, for tissues. lrtli'gm....-.T: 11:03 n, m, 7:lia p. in, right. on back part of front unklo, have irmntmliiirt! ..,.,.... Ilivao, m. 7:31 p. in. ures nnd subsequently declares theso ns Appeal Avalanche says: "The o COMPOSITION. . For fear somo one is getting tired 1 used everything that I could hoar of V.O) p. Iiu rWwa'raint ,.,.;., I,M p. in. iU illustrious successors nnd its party is us old as Thomas 1MI p. 111. 0.03 p. in, Thh is tho entire work, of ono ap- will close. ,.t , but it did no good. Tho trial box principle":; until they aro commenting oil tho plat- plicant on oiimpoiitioii: As sure ns X X X's stand for thirof Qninn.s Oiutinont has caused it to No. CI intko connection at Tutlnt No. tl mul eveu now cndenvoring to tnko from form of the People's Party, id a Irvluglon (Sumliiy cwcpttil) villi tmlnt on I.oult. 1. Dijine ilyle; tneiidW the different ty, I stand for tho Republican ticket. nearly dissapear, bond ono bottle as double-leade- d editorial says: "Tho kinds ofly'e wed in writing and give the Till, Hurllnsburir A Wotorn II. II., cunt nni us lion. James G. liluiue, mid claim Good Chick. soon ns poisible." wait bound. .For ftirllier Informutlon, tUJrenn iug reciprocal tradoas anciently Dem- demands made hy tho Omaha con- -deviation of ttyle; II. LVMOIIUUfi, Gen. (Vuts't. o vention are similar to those inado at YOU .H.VHK mi.erulile by In.llctlon ocratic. And listen to this section of AH. IoultjjIU, Ky. will Ocala. At the latter convention the a. Stylo is tho difi'orent manner'oi Constipation, Dlulnemi, lout of Appetite, Yellow NIIILDH'NCnro nml immediately rclovu croup vthoopliiK cough hroncliltin. Mold liy '. their platform: Slilloli". Vilaliter l n poilllro cure Wnyne tirlllln A Hklnl plattnnn contained thirteen plunks expressing thought'. llro. Sol'l li V. Wnyun (Irllllu A llro. "Believing that tlio persorvation of every one ot which was taken from ldOplamStablU b. It is derived from tho Latin word red tt boms with Republican government iu the Unit- Democratic platforms ex6ept two." WHY WILL YOUcoiifh when Hlilloli' t'ua out pln.Book ol ptr. A AS.VI, IXJKCrOU free ulth each ed States is dependent upon the at Now one would naturally concludo (stylus) which tho niicicnt U6cd iu u III Xlw Immediate relief. I'rlee lu eta., SO ct tlmilinientrMEE. Catarrh Itemeily, l'rice W Cenli and $1. Hold hy .. Wnyne (IrltHn A llro. of tho policy of legalized force that a Democrat claiming his party writing upon tables of wax. I mean HoM l)"Z. Wnyuo (Irillhi A llro. .1.1 3u5SSJ?3 iaM.W(X)l,LY,M.D. ioo luvfc VTuuauiBfc. j rm r . State Directory and fraud, csvnss. Kepti-,nlc- r had contended for certain principles for over n century nnd stating, hero wero thirteen planks from often revised Democratic platforms, these planks certainly were worthy of endorsement anywhere, but, too; he continucth in double-lead- s and says: "Upon such a platform no party can possibly maintain itsilf. It is bound to fall." And go eay wo nil, and down gnus at. lenst thirteen plnnksot tho Democratic platform. The platforms of tho Democrntie party have ever been nggregations of inconsistencies nnd but very little good has ever como of thsm or tho ppople iu any manner. The Rcpiiblinn party hns kept a a consistent courso from tho formation of the general government until this time, proving all things nud holding fast to that whieir is good, while the and auti Federals, Silver Federal Woolly-hegrays, Hunkers, Barn-buruerFree-soilersKnow-nothings, Anti-renters, stylus was n nntne applyed to n metal instrument. c. The difi'ercnt kinds ofstylenre Drye, Confined, Feeble, Nervous, floyd, eleunnt, common, plain. 2. Jtiifi'on the mark of punctuation ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. J.1.Q,THt J, ft. Eowe Crlonan. 6s "ved-- ft. WtDDIfQ, in.gr, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over AnderionV tlatiiar.) Will practice Ihelr profolon In nil tho court" o Ohio and niloiniiij( cnuntleK, nnd court of Appeal Special attention K'Ve u to criminal practice and c.illectlon-- . Wn22ly Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practlco h'.i profession In Ohio nnd adjoin-Ing counties, nnd tho court of Appenl. fpecia attention given to collection. Otfieo north side puhliCK'iuare. v27Iv K. D. HUFFY. ii. d. iiiii;o. Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil rottrta of Ohto And adjoining counties, nnd In Superior Court unci Court or Collection nnd nil legnl Imsine'n attended to. Office, No. si, over Anderson's llatnnr, Hart-for- i, , Ky. ts .1 !ir Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, I3:.IS1'JPOK3D, TZ. 22ZTT. , Ft ... IE. 7N7ed.d.i3ag-- cii-tir- ly Attorney at Law, R-osine, .i . ... J (Office In Crnwder lluilding.) Will ririetieehh nrnresslon In all Ilia n.x.trtm el Ohio nod ndioinini- - cnnnitp. 1'iil.lle v2n22ly !3Ly- .tl.,, vni.n IM:. Foni-ouii- ; i c I o Will prncllcohls profession In nil the Courts ol Ohio nnd adjoining counties, nnd In the Court of Appenls. Special attention alien to collection. Office, over William'., llelU Co's drug-tor- e. Hartford, Ky. II- & - ATTORNEY AT LAW, L. ZEareavriaa, Wilf ii ' Trer.:n:r. y -- l.lMlh-ch"- l'. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do nil kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. A". -- Or-gan- izo WIlQiitf WHITE'S 20 lll VERMIFUGE p Physician & Surgeon, Formerly of otters his (Jrayson and (the Dr. Millwood, now located at Leitch-fielurofessional services to the pcoplo e, adjoining counties. Offlco in llaileo property.) ally J.SLATON, M. D., SECRET ORDERS. Cicero Maxwell Camp, No. M, Department ot Kentucky, meets at HartIord,Ky.,sccond Saturday lu each month at 1 r. m. C, M.Bitsr.TT, Captain. Jai. L. Howe, Sergeant. Sons cf "Veterans. Or. --A.. 23. ropo-danc- er; J.WcstGosNriL Post, No. 8, Department o Kentucky, meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock r. h., In Court-HousLeitchflcld, Ky. I'.S, Iltu'xta, Com. S.A.McSnear.Adj. Pbmton Mobtok Tost No. 4, Departmentof Kentucky, meets every Saturday beforo the second Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. In the court-hous- e at Hartford, Ky. J. G. Cuamhiulix, P. C. 1, M. llisnor, Adj. ( d. AT . c a "(F Tip-icco- on, . scp-rat- .nc-"i- l:a ts I FFn. BRIGHT AND COMPLEXION IS HOTTER, en lb. etoinarh. liTnr l'l anj Jtli m I. .' Ii.uiuu. iIixaIivj. li.U ruit 'I ii crL, tid U luruMoscMilrM THE NEXT MORNING LEV!"' MV hi r wy U . ). fcc - I time-honor- All dri.:!-'- ' ttscilltftt&)c.nndfl.rafcpMtiie4. If irnti" tUHi,'emirnuraJdreeif.rfreyMwpiO. .uuV l't.IIs MrdMue himvck ihu ! rath AiKlio-viiin j. I'll nl rioliol filthy, (hhKtiwt.'Mtnrjy. OK.V.UU r.WOOOWMCU, LiKtiValS. en 1 fevrTnMlO mm Hannr Orphan. A slnn-dero- us dis-tric- k, -- Dom-ocrnti- and In a delirious con. tUtlou, would took protection among tbe older peoplofroui an Imagluory pursuer, and could only with great difficulty bo again put to bod. Last year Iter. L'. Koonlg, vtbilo on a viilt boro, bappoiiad to obserVM tbo child, and advised tba Pastor Koculg't Nerve Tonic, and kindly furnished na several bottles of it, Iba first bottle showed a marked Improvement, and after using Uw second bottle and up to the present tuna tbscbildia abappyand contouted being. All these auiferlng from nervousness should seek refnga In Pastor Koonlg's Nerve Tonic. 11EV. U. H1LLHB1UND, Su John's Asylum. Kemton Co., Kt., In our orphan asylum bora there li child that bod been suffering for yean from ncrvousuoss to such an extent tbat sbo oftlimoa In tbo nlgbt got up, aud wltb fear XXL Oct. 9. MO. 1 ue( time-honore- d FREE -- A Valuable. 1 look n Nerrotu 10 intense sent neectn inrwiren obtain and iHMir patient tlila medicine free of charge. ur.nared the ti.i va.nnilv h. ttoen lvo ue. bysinceItevtrcQa lifit, and Hoeing, of Fort Ind. tuowprvpsruduuderhladinicUoabruiu . KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, lit. SoIdbyDniirglttiatSIpernotU. OfbrM, turceSlio. SI1.73. 0 Ilottlos for 0. WHloRtl ..MniHr"' K do-te- riiim Athtai.i, i lured at home with ouipalu. llootorpar. ucuiarsseui r Jtr.tb, B.M.WOOLLEV.U.U. gtf ceioixwuitauuat. Tin: greatest bnttlo in pugilistic history was fought Wednesday night m f at New Orleans and James Corbctt, POBLHItrJ) EVKHY FKIUAV MORNING. of California, is now the champion Ho der of the world. .Blllor nn.l Proprietor. JO. n. BOUKIIN, Sullivan in twenty-on- e feated the great rounds. SEPTEMBER 0, 1892. FRIDAY, Hartford Republican ' " THE DEBATE. Judgo W. S. Taylor Demolishes J. P.Mlllor at Taylor Minos. According to arrangement Judge Taylor spoko at Taylor Mines Saturday night. Mr, J. P. Miller was on baud as tho representative of the Third Party. Judgo Taylor opened in a very able speech, in which the Third Party doctriuo, from beginning to end, was utterly demolished. Freo Silver, Sub Treasury nnd Government ownership of railroads, especially were bIiowii up in their truo light ns destructive of good government and tho welfare of the people. Mr. Miller, who by tho way is a man ot more than ordinary ability, talked at length in defense of the rotten docttincot his party, but tho odds Ho was not only were too great. but then, what was moro to his discomfiture, liOFcetncd to realize that ho was' on the wrong side. He was able to make only a feeble defense of hi; position, reading from antiquated documents ami fading entirely to di.'ort tho minds of tho people from the real facts in the case as stated by Judge Taylor. In his reply the Judge pointed out the mistakes mado by Mr. Miller and tho crowd adjourned after witness ing n great victory for tho principles of Republicanism. -- ; prize-fighte- Wo are authorized to nnnouco Mil V. T. Haywaki), Democratic ctl Elector for the Fourth Congressional au District, addressed a iair-sizOf Prcntis, Ohio county, ns a caudi dienco at the Court House Monday on date for Conimniiwpaltli'fl Attorney tho nolitical i'sucs of the dny. Mr. of the Sixth Judicial District of Kenof tlio counties of Hnyward is a man of considerable tucky, composed Ohio, Hancock, Duviciw and Mc- ability and if placed in a position Lean. Election, Novenuler 8, 1802. whero ho could declare sound doctrino could mako a good npeech, but hampered with the unenviable history of Dcmocracy,n load of unfulfilled promFon pkfsidi:nt, ises and prophecies and a platform of BENJAMIN HARRISON. unsound and dangerous political docOf Indiana, trino his eflort was painfully labored and entirely harmless. FOR VICB I'lHMlDKST, E. P. NEAL, Tho party and ninny others wero booh called to a sumptuous Htipper,cle-gautl- y prepared nnd highly enjoyed. After supper tho guests wero entertained by sweet music, vocal and instrumental, which rendered tho Oceanian grand. Mr. Park and bride left Saturday morning for Golfs Crossing, Grayson county, whero another banquet was given to their honor. They wero accompanied by MissesDo Yntcs, Missouri Park, Messrs. Stiormau and A BEAVER NEW STORE IN V DAM, - KENTUCKY. Herbert Park. The young peoplo will pchaps remain in Grnysou throughout tho entire honey-moowhilo Mr. Park instructs a singing class ho has been employed to teach. Tho groom is a young man of sterling worth and intrepid courage in tho causo of right. Tho bride is a pretty typo of beauty associated with those higher qualifications that would rentier her attractive regardless of physical features. Both are ol families of high standing, which insures a significance not nlways enjoyed. May flowers of the sweetest fragrance, interspersed only by such thorns and thistles ns ma bo necessa ry to develop the highest elements of true manhood nnd noblo womanhood, bloom to inspire their walks In life. Republican Ticket. FuauiiUI.knt voting and fraudulent supervision of voting find condemnation even in the South when the fok conohi:ss evil cfl'ccU are felt by white men and C. M. BARNETT, Democrats. The Nashville (Tenu.) Of Ohio County. Banner, an unswerving Democratic newspaper, comments m this frank FOIt dllKMFl', and ingenuous way on the result in Alabama: CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. "Whatever tho justification urged fou cntcuiT coiikt clkiik, Ivan Toon. for the employment of such methods SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. ns these to overthrow tho carpetbag regime, or to prevent tho supremacy Colored Teaohors. . Tho third nnnunl session of the Stevenson is to make some speeches of scmisavago plantation blacks in justhey certainly cannot be Ohio County Colored Teachers' Instiin North Carolina aud several other politics, tified in such no election as that reliably Democratic localities where which recently took place in Alabama. tute convened nt tho McthodistChurch KINDERHOOK. in Hayti Tuesday, September 6th, they cannot do the Republican party In that instance the will of the white J. L. Barnelt, wife nnd children 1802 at 9 o'clock, and after music by majority was set nt nought by a handany good. ful of unscrupulous political trickster- - have returned to their home in Owensthe choir and Rcligoua exciciscs by J. with no cause nioreacred than their boro, after a thort visit to friend? and Ock genial Row 8, S. Stone, organised by elatiadvantage to justify relatives in this community. Edwin Rowc, was nominated in the own factional ng S. M. Taylor, President; O. G. their nefarious methods. Democratic primary last Saturday for Mrs. Noln Tinsley, of Washington Dulf, t; Lizzie Berry, for Commonwealth's Attorney, by a Tin: London Financial News asks in neighborhood, spent several Jays in Secretary; Paralee Berry, Assistant majority of about 1,500 over his view of thercvelatioiiscinbodifd in the Kinderhook last week. Seoreturyi Mrs. Mury Parks, Editor; competitor, Mr. J. G. Taylor, of last report of the Senate's Finapcc Misses Ada and Carrie Cox, Beda, II A. Foreman and Samanthn BrackOwensboro. Committee, whether it is indeed pos- visited Miss Geitrude Mills several en, Critics. sible that English free traders have days last week. The following teachers were en. Tiik Denver Republican states a Mrs. Terera Mitchell is the guest of rolled: and egregiously hopplessly been J. J. Fleming, Charlotte fact very strikingly when it says: Mrs. V. D.D. Stevens at this writintr. Eidioil. O. G. Duir, Samnntha Brack-o- n, "The more the character and rec- wrong, whether their expectations Miss Oma Smith, of Owensboro, Mary Parks, JIaggio Foremnn, ord of Adlai E. Stevenson nre discuss- were founded on entlro misconcepstronger be- tion, or whether the report is not "a who has been visitinj friends n'nd Henry Foreman, ed and understood the Georgo Null and relatives In this pominqnity for so mo Wesloy Foreman, honorary. comes the conviction that it would tissue of nrtfullyeonlrivcd fabricanever do to place him within one life tions?" It is further suggenteil that time, left for Service Hill tolay, Rev. J. J.FIeming delivered a very of the Presidency." the report has beeti prepared "by whero sho will begin tho fall term of ablo .iddross welooniing the teachers Wo wish Oma of the county among tho colured peoTiik Herald is greatly agitated over the adherents of McKinleyism" nnd school at that plaoo. success a? this is her first attompt to ple of Hartford.O. G. Duff that it comes at the opening of an imour criticism of Cleveland's connection responded But after all, tench. iu behalf of tho teachers in a very apwith the King affair in Tennessee nnd portant election. Mrs. Mattie Taylor and Ophelia propriate talk. devotes an entire column of its valua- "there stands the positive statement the subcommittee in nil their force Lindley, of JVjnt Pleasant, were tho Reading wns introduced by S. M. ble (?) space to a fusdadc of nbuse of against the Republican aud a vain that the cost of living has actually guests ot Mr3. V. D. D. Stevens last Taylor, who was followed by Miss Eidson, Mrs. Parks. Mcssis. Dull', attempt to spread a much needed declined in the United States since Thursday and Friday. I. T. Stevens and wife, from over Cleveland's the adoption of the McKiuley act, coat of white-wa- sh Flemiug and Gary in excellent re county, spent Saturday aud Sun-da- ) marks on the subject. whereas in Great Britian it has indisgraceful action in the matter. in Kinderhook. creased." Aud with unwilling cred Ill the afternoon tho subjects of The Birmingham (Ala) Evening aluy exclaims: "Wo rub our eyes in Miss Gertrude Mills left for No Spoiling, Writing and Geography News (Dem.) says of the election in amazement that a wnll of hostile tari- Creek to day where she will begin tho were ably discussed by the teachers, that State: ffs should be the means of an em of f.ill torn) of acIiodI nt that place. showing conclusively that the various "It was a frightfully hot fight be- prosperity foi tho peoplo of tho Mies Ollle Anderson wjll leave for speakers understand these subjects tween brethren of the same household. United States!" Owensboro Sunday whero she will and the methods of teaching them. A majority of the votes received by They may well rub their eyes, if be iibient several weeks visiting each candidate for Governor were A very interesting night session was Democratic; the question which can they are to understand how American friends nnd relative. held when the following program was didate received the larger white vote' laborers arc receiving 77 per cent, Mbs Emma Stevens ha returned presented! is an open one. The News believes more wages than English hibornrs aud home after a week's visit to her brother 8 p. m. Music. Devotional Exerthat Kolb had the bigger faction. living ns much better. in Davie.--s county. cisesRev. J. J. Fleming.' Music. n The sohool at Alexander will Select Reading, "The Ride of Jennie All that the Republican party Platfjrm Parallola. th firt Monday in October, with McNeal" Charlotte Eidson. Music. asks, or ever has asked, is that every V. Trilniiie.l IN. W. II. Barnes as instructor. Lectuio-'Ro- v. NOT A YKItYMTKAKilir ONE. J. J. Fleming. Music. man be protected in his right Jo cast a Wo had the pleasure ot attending What Shall we Riwolvkd, That We denounce the do to Mnkc Educafree and untrammcled ballot aud then counted. The an adequate pro- - Republican protec-tectio- quarterly meeting, which wa held at tion a Success? General discussions. have that ballot fairly as a fraud, a No Creek Saturday ami Sunday. Music. to Ameri-'tio- n Paper Mrs. Mary Parks. Democratic party oppose the exercise cau industry is of tho erv! in attend- Adjournment. of this constitutional right in the dispensable to the great majority of There was a ance and a splendid fOTlwn wns On Wednesday morning History South unless a man votes the Demoprosperity of the the American am) Cjvjl Government Were discussed aud that pic for the benefit preached by Rev. Ilowu, cratic ticket. We suppose it must be pleasant nt length, ami in the afternoon Arith We an abandonment of of the few. New York Sun (Dem.) makes the policy at thisdcelaro it to be a walking after night fiom the way metic nnd Theory nnd Practice of Tiik period would be fiiudan.'cntnl simogirU caused A. C E'lu to take Teaching were ably puseuted by the the following frank admission: with con Icipal of the week, " It remains true, everything being different speakers. ruinous cratic party that a walk one night last Daiy1i:anb. considered, that the record of the to the best ititcrests'the Federal Gov-o- f Another night scram was held and Democratic House, in the matter of the nation. 'eminent ha no was Inranly nttoniied, ROSINE. appropriations, is a betrayal of the Jackson's plalfarm constitutional pow Dr Alexander delivered a fine voters who elected it on the issue of for 18152 er to impose and September (5. Tho fla raising speech which was highly enjoyed by economy, a repudiation of its owu collect tarill'duties Saturday wits a fr.ind sticeoss. professions, nnd promises is n shame tho colored people. except for the purYesterday's Mr. Adams, Kevoiiuo C'ollentor, and disgrace to any party. pose of revenue were very interesting throughvisited R. E. Child lart SiturJtiy. lony.Clevel(fin" out, and at lust nights teitfau Prof. M. L. Heavrin and wife, E. D. C. M. Baktnrtt, Republican Col. hut this itus jjrttkh. O. M. Shultz delivered a speech that candidate for Cougrct, will, in the T b c Congress We denounce the Guffy and wife, Hartford, wore tho was highly entertaining and instrucnext ten days, open a vigorous cam- shall have power to Republican protec- iiiosts of Mrs. E. H. Allen last Sattive. The Iustituto adjourns Mr. lay and collect tax- tion as a fraud, a urday and Sunday. paign and push it to the finish. es, duties mul ex robbqry of t h e Bttruett is u good speaker and is well Miss Letn Rarhin'l is quite sick. cises Jor revenue) great majority of Boarders Wanted. informed on the issues now agitating only. Gmifj'i-lioMrs. II. T. Thompson, Ilorton, is the .Anirjfiaii peoTen or twelve young goiitlenieu can the public mind nnd will bo u great of (he Confeder plo for tho bciifjff't visiting hor mother, Mrs U.K. Child. We Mjs ldij JJaghiir!, ono of Rosino's get board during the next school year power for good in disseminating Re- ate Stales, Art. l,joftho tew. declare it to bo a at Gross Williams'. fire. 1, Clause 1. the District. publicanism over Let fundamental prin most popular young Indies, visited every Republican buckle on tho arciple of tho Demo- friends in CunoyviJltHust yevjL mor and go into the fight to win, Programme cratic party that Mrs. I?. H. Voiding gave tho tho Federal Govicq croain QfTcacber&' Association, ofBuford small girls and boys mi ernment has no Tiik Birmingham (Ala.)je-traMagisterial District, u'lij'pli convenes constitutional pow- supper last Saturday availing. js the organ of the Alabama Democat King's Schoolhouse(lJ miles notth-eas- t U. C.Riigland has gone to Louiser to impose and racy. It concedes that Kolb (People of Buford) Saturday, September collect tarilf duties ville to purchase his fall stock. Party) had 3,000 more white man's at 0:30 o'clock, a, in.: accpt for the purMost of tho sick are improving. votes than Jones (regular Democrat,) pose of revenue Devotional Exercises C. C. TayBi:ti:ii Swkkt. National only. aud frankly proceeds: lor. Democratic platform "It doesn't matter whether his claim Welcome AJdress W.E. Bennett. UNION GROVE. 1802. to being elected on a fair count is true Sept. 4. Veduwday, August 31, Response A P. Taylor. or untrue. That is a wholly immaElectiou of Oflicers. WESTERPIELD. a large number of invited frjemja asterial question. The fact stands thut Tim enthusiasm displayed at Bell's sembled at the residence of Marlon NOON. the orgauiied Democracy bus the official majority and posession, aud no ICuu Saturday, September .'Id, is conMiad Culture I. S. Mnson. Yates to honor the solemnization of in any Stnte or country ducive evidenco that the Peoplo's Recitation Miss Ella Hunter. Colitical party tho rites of matrimony ot Mr. Joseph given up power on any Party of Ohio county is neither dead How to teach Reading Miss CarE. Park and Miss Ina Yates. At the charge of fraud." nor dying, but arc amused to their appointed. Ji.our, half past two o'clock, rie Lindley. Essay, How to Control Children In this issue will bo found the an- own interests and striving to right tho groom and uecjsary associates E, P. Neal us a can- wrongs too long endured. A'flag was uppeured. All than wentriuictlf jnfo W. D. Yntee. nouncement of The Importance of Teach RnGJJSS. didate for Commonwealth's Attorney. hoisted to a height of 112 feet nnd now the room prepared for tho consumma reigned. ers' Meoting8vA. V. TfiyIoi Profound silenco Mr. Neal is a farmer, yet ho is one of the stars nnd stripes sports in the tion. Geography J. L. Hoove?, the brightest young lawyers in the morning breczo o'er tho tho little Presently everything Beomed ready Address, Subject His own Scleo he having obtained license, town of Westerfield, bearing on its and tho young couple preceded by the District, to practice law five years ago and streamers tho names of Weaver nnd waiters, Lawrence Ralph nnd Miss tion C. M. Crowe. Duo Let all teachers coino out. They befarmed and practiced alternately. Field. Sallie Johnson, entered. Quite a largo crowd was preseut trayed but little of that cmotiou char- attention will be given to all who aro He has few equals us a debater in the Rcsp'y, District, consequently he would make nnd participated in tho work. Speech- acteristic of individuals whilo ponder- present. J. L. Elmoiik. afino prosecutor and an ablo and ef- es wero delivered liy'Sum Richardson ing such Eerious questions as must and B. F. Bnrtlctt, after which a club necessarily absorb tho mind on occaHerald please copy. ficient officer in every way. All sions like tho one in this described. of 70 members was organized. Tin: New Albany 'Jribum has run enjoyed a good timn and all feel confiRev. Lahbrooks said in a few nitllMKKNNKNM, qr the LIQUOR tho following proposition for several dent of success. IIAIIIT, Cnrrd nl Homo III Ten liny words, tho ceremony that legalized by lulmliiUtrrliiK Dr. llnMu-weeks without being called on for union ot hearts, which doubtless the Uoltlen Npeclllc. Tho Grayson Caotto says: a Htiiuuer: its $10. It's It can l lilren liitxInMor been beating nsouc. "Row O. W. flossou and wife, of had long or Ivn, or In Inol, without tho knowledjfo of Hie "The Tribune will pay $10 to any Congratulations were thcu extendpatient. It l nl'Holutely li irmte, nnd will nfloct one who will narao an article on which this coun'y, linvo fjnno to GreonT ed nnd gifts were bestowed by Afrs. n ntriwinenl ami Mwilycurn, whether the pn. Mcthe duty was advanced by the castlo, lnd., whero Mr. Ilosson will ;entD iijclerernidrinkcrornnlciiliollo wreck. Kiuley law, and which has advanced attend tho DoPauw University. Tho Dr. Hoover and others. Alter which t tin l,eci glyti) It) i) tl)Qtjnni cttfet, ami In of. ijojer tho bridal parly left for Mr. James ory union pejfoot eujo hut fnque. iu price since tho passage of that theological department of this school fulli. The ) lem onoo Inipreguitftl wiUi thy law, if the contestant will pay us 85 A. Parks, where they wero received upeclfle, II Uvniiif an uur lni)lhlllty for the ! for every such article that has fallen has a wide reputation and ho will by Mr. and Mrs. Paiks, with many liquor nnpellto to xitt. Cure gnarnteeil, 41 in price. Now put up or stop your bo thoro from two to three yoars in pig.i Imok of partlcuhiMfreo. Adilrea the (Ml, p. and tho most tokens of courtesy racket that "the Jurifl is a tax paid by order to mako thorough prepaKNHI'KfiriCCO. IH.1 BACK Htreet 'ineln- wmls for the young bride. rmtll, Ohio. ration forliis work." the consumer. Globe-Democrfellow-townsmaI ( Da-vi:- ss ( bo-gin WHITELAW REID, Of New York. We desire to announce to our friends that we have just opened an entire new stock of General Merchandise in. the house formerly occupied by Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam. Our stock is complete in each line of a General Store every article is just from the market. - NO OLD NOlt SHODDY GOODS. We pride ourselves in having bought the best and cheapest lino of Eastern Shoes every brought to Ohio county. Our Line of HATS is of the latest style and finest quality. In CLOTHING we WILL not be excelled in price nor in quality. In DRESS GOODS we are full up, from the cheapest Worsted to the finest Bedford Cord. Our motto is one price to everybody, and STICTLY CASH OR ITS EQUIVELENT TO ALL. Therefore we cordially invite you to trade with us3 and save the creditor's 20 per ct. extra profit. Respectfully, 3D- - T- - ColemcLa-m- . Notice Toachors. Tho following to ichors aro appointed toarrango programmes for tho not uieetinir in tho different Mar-ister- ial DiMrirts: Miss Effio Knhn, Cromwull; G. T. Tinsloy, Roekport; J. L. Elmore, Huford; A. L. Honuott, Rosiue; O. M. Shult, Hartford; Dr. Alva Jones, Fordxvillo. Tt is hoped they will proceed at onee with tho work. Respectfully, Jo. B. Ro(ii:i!5, Co. Supt. 5s Co. 10.000 a vWMLwIlV vry" ' Prices Town Taxes. Those who have not paid their town taxes arc earnestly requested to 1 do so ut once. must make settlement soon nnd your prompt action in the matter will be appreciated nnd will save time and trouble. Res'y, W. P. Thomas. Send For TAisgug 6 " 6rLjrfWjj) 0 LP k. if iijnrLMiitri kf ! ! 11 iMM EmmLmmcw& field. - N4.ankM.).i cvv .'iMnmoH .'ix fair Paper W J. Notico to Log Moa. I am now reiuly to contract for s and will bo iu Hartford ou Mondays anil Saturdays. Will be glad to make prices to thac who contemplate cutting logs, W. 11. MooitK. 50tf Agt. John A.Reitz it Sons. saw-log- yvery Stable CARTS. BUiMES, VEHICLES, m a lre FASTI LINE !:88!!88SSrtt eC-M- Hliftili Dealer in Horses, Budgie, Carriages, Road or Ijarnoss Horsos or.-nl-o .'arts, Owensboro or hjro at all times.- -' Wagon priu-uttend- ed es Demo-sequenc- CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL i i"V6-u-- Prcttrl Ii.trncllni & 0-- 1. !JAlfY crji'.i Stuttcs Baiiam UQUIOVILt-C- KY, Cski. ex-er- cles T. ID. TO ALL.- - "WIUC jliiMS SD0ES THE to-d- a specialty. A large stock of SPECIAL ATTENTION best modern Plows, and all kinds of FarmGiven to the Traveling ing Implements on hand. Call on him. Horso-shoein- ni FINEST AND CHEAPEST mm BLACKSMITHING. g V ALIKE. Public, J. I). WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. n Our Qcrvfc's caCGEIj Lt!n i ROOMY. . LIGHT. ELEGANT, Also keeps a first-clas- s trO" Rend fsr catalogue of our full Jlni two 4 work. Liverv and Feed Stable, where vou can have vour Horses Fed, and gel the best of rigs .f i4 D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, III. dav or night. BETTER KNOWN A8 THE I Leave tiers willl jour or- - PALMER HOUSE. Newly cum I BU MRS. CJMS. HOB Y, MRS. Famished, Rates $l:00 pw day, Weils iic .Eat aide Frederlca, between iln aud.Uj River, Qweosboro, Ky, C. t- K WILLING HAM,Bropk. 'V c) PBSBHMm c f ARE ARRIVING n-p- ft- - Buy yuurSuitsiiir the Fnir'at Fair Bros. & Co. PERSONAL Col, C. M. Barnett goos to Louis- the flag Raising. ANDERSON'S BiiZAAR, Novelties in Bros & CVa. very lino nt Fnir Largest assortment of Dress Goods FAIR i & CO'S at Fair Bros. . iV i of Co. w Largest LinA-Clothing in Ohio county nt Fair Brps. & Co. ville P. A. Moxley, Shrove, called to sco us Tusday. J. L. Barnett, Ovvc:iboro, was iu town yesterday. to-d- ny. V. N. Martin, Cromwell, wos in For tho best of Bigs, theqbesto'f Feeds call on Cnscbier & Bjirtbii. tho city Tuesdny. Mammoth Fall Stock. Every Dollar's Worth was bought for SPOT CASH, and wo 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. Fnir Bros. fc Co's Millinery Stock is ready for inspection. Come to them for sonicjliiug Stylish. If you need n haircut, shave, shin- gle or shampoo, call on Archie Cain on Marker street. Highest market prior paid for chickens, butter, eggs ,nd feathers at the Racket Store. 3fiAKi:EMUp. We are closinir out our lock of Clothiu.'. Come quick and secure bargains. Hockek & Taiioii. We havo a splendid stood ' Come and get prices. of shoes, & Co. Cahon Too Wc nro well Biipplictl vrith fresh Cowl CofTcent '20 cent crocerics. pound Backet Store, bpAKi:-LM-Ur. 33-ULS3- 7" 4 Just now to say much about OU! AH of our goods 'aro bought Dinner from tlio factory; bo ou save the middle- man's profit b buying SAjAifcMi:, from us. - Fall StOCk, but We pailSe I To X-ja.-vo.g'IbL With those who laugh, and remark that the prorpects of Big Trade is Just How About as encouraging as one could ask for. v. FAIR BROS. & CO., The Dry Goods" and Clothing Men of Ohio County1 Fnitan! Furniture!! s .Fair DAYS ONLY. hustlers. - Bros,. A Co., .arc, irSf'E8RIi HK9BE' f Come to them foiMoityins. CalLon Cnsebicr & Burton nir conveyaucei to and from Bcnvyr Dam. DONTT forget that entries to nil riiics nil classes are free in the Fair this Jewelry, such If you need fit-clasas Watches Chicks, Jewelry, etc, call ou C. B, Matin. s mRE SflWi-5i- For ljbvclties in towels, ladies handkerchiefs, neckware nud furnishing goods, Jgo to For Ward Robes -- Kahn'i, Dressers, Suits,Rock-er- s or anything in the If ydu need Witch repairing done, the best on theshortest notice, and cheapest, call b C. RTMartin. Remember tho County Sunday School Union, which cuvenea at Mc- Henry Saturday tho 17th7jnst. General Line, see Furniture T. J. MORTON. N.N.&M.V.R.R. Cli $&. .-- Dont forgcttnat wi- t- (every $15 wortjr of goods you buy, you get a hatyisome silver present at Kahn's. fjook at my new suits for men, Boys and childrcu at astonishingly low imcce?.mrshloy linef 1 KAN. nro the new Gro- Ilooveix cerymey; and thoy aro good ones, too, Call ojf them for anything in their .. No. Mo, Trains and Kiprw 7,Llracle4 Eprr . Mal TRAINS train i.eavk heavkk dam. doing west. -- . W Uior. EAST. ' " i A. OOINO No. I, M.ll and Eipress I, Limited Errt ' - 34J H FRIDAY, SEPTENlBEttT), Trade with 1892. Cison it Co. Kn in sells more goods in ouo week than 11 other merchants in a month. Why, he carries tho best goods lor tho least nonpy. Kajiu keeps the largest, the best and finest stock in clothing, hats, bIiocs, ett:., always an hand. Wo are : i r IJpnpst G.oods at Maftip's IJpw Jewelry nt Martin's. Fine Spectacles nt Martin's Buy your shoes of Hockft-- proud, d ha.vcsuoh a, nicrohnn,t, . Tabor. ,WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBEp8. Fred Barueh's German class ing. H-- It is I fact, nnd known by everybody, tiat Kahn's Trado Palaco is tho only reliable Houeo iu the county. Goodthe finest, prices tho lowest. The Handy Corner Rket Store is booming. Como evsrybifay and get your Shoes, (tf the Lowest Racket Clork. ', 124 pairs of fine pnnts Prices. Just reeived is boomBiiAKE-EM-Iy- at Every ono owning a pm Nicllols When in nJeedof groceries, call on colt should got hira in fix for thebig Hoover & .Afehloy. colt ring pu the first $ay of tho Fail:. lQlljr prqrajqrn, 8 ca.t wifnt toamruoqey trade at Forty-B- ye If yoq " ' fllpgWPt Aipjereong Bajhaj.t9t HOME OF TjHlTPRETTIEST siN Every thiug goesAC rimarkaWy low Co prices, at Carson y ver cups and goblets you ovt-- saw, Kabn'sTradoHlacq is the leader will be given as plemiums in tho Floral Hall this yeaJ SdJ to A. T.j in clothing in Ohio'county. TTall, Secretary, yor j)remliim list. KahjTB j i Anderson's Bazaar will bvo the nicest lino of Millinery nod Dress iness. Mrs. J. B. Sanderfur, Beaver Dam, goods in town in a few dns. Como is visiting her daughter ntSebrcc this Saica & Mi:. and see them. week, j Un Saturday Sept. 17, the Haly M. Cole attended the Kuykcti-doll-TabC. Comer Backet Store will Auction off Sulphur nt wedding Children's Shoes. Como andygct a Springs Sunday. . bargain. Shake EytUi'. M. L. Heavrin nnd'Col. J. S. R. Wm. Word, of the Kinderhook Wedding attended Squire McKinlcy's neighborhood, lost a very fine colt last Court lost Tuesday. week by it getting caught on a barb-wir- e Harry Roberts, Owcnsboro, arrivfence in the attempt to jump ed Saturday nnd will attend school the next fivo months. over it. M L. Henvrin nnd wjfe, nud E. D. We had expected to have something Guffy nnd wife, attended tho nt Rosino Saturday. iu Buy nils nccK uuuut mu vjviuuruiiuii of Columbus Day by tho schools on Col. C. M. Barnett nnd family, October 21, but spaco forbids. It will Owcnsboro, arc visiting friends and relntivcs on No Creek this week. appear next week. Miss Mattye Vafalli, of Louisville, Our fall goods are now arriving nud who has been visiting Mi"s Fnnnio our stock will be complete In a few Cosebier, returns to her home days; so if you want chcip goods come and sec us, we can JKavo you Rev. W. B. Barnett, of Waterloo, monov. SahW&Me. Ohio, who hns been visiting his father homo yesterWhen youytrado with us you aro on No Creek, returned day. , and buying fro a oucpriced-houscMrs. Bettio Martin, Elizabethtown, we can plryfCo you in any line. Don't who visited tho family of W. H. fail to rWhie and seo our Millinery Griffin, n few days this week, returnSaka it Me next wy(k. ed home yesterday. To the many ladies who cam 6 to Misses Carrie Miller nnd Mamie me last week for my82.Shoe(wofyhS3,-50- ) Louisville, Vho have been I will say that received today Kesler, frieqds ou No Creek, returnvisiting 60 moro pair of the same kinq, 'which ed home yesterday, j go for one week only at tlie'Jnanied John Galloway aud sister, Miss Lou, Kahn's Tiiade PaIAce. jince. Cloverport, who hnve been visiting For Salel relatives in Beda, fisoiqe time reA good store and residence in the turned to their home Tuesday. business portion of Hartford. For Mrs. D. E. Tliomns and little particulars apply to C. C. Bennett, daughter, Katie, who have been spen- Hartford, Ky. vding the last few months in Mcridcn, Conn., is expocteii nomo College Happenings. Buck Richmond. Calhoon, who was Ero this will bo read by tho pul-li- o, nt two weeks of this school will accidently shot at a havo possod, and thoy aro two weeks Runisoy, August C, was in tho city yesterdny, nccompnuied by John of good work, by both tench-and pupils. Lvory ouo seems Stegcr, of Paducah. fully, ready to tnko bold of tho work Charles Mauzy, a former resident assigned thoin and nro preparing it of our town, but now a prominent iu u way that will bring them success merchant of Clnrksville,Tcnn., visited in tho ond. Now studonts are enthe family of his brother, W.H.Mauzy, tering school constantly- - The fol- this week nnd renewed his ncqunin-tanc- e with many of his old friends, lowing matriculated in tho Collegiate Department on Inst Monday: Misses schoolmates and playmates. -Nannio doling, Grayson county; JErNAVILLE.Ritchie Sandorfur, Hartford; "V. II. Our school, taught by Miw Sallyo Orsboruo, Daviess county; Charlie Ellis, Beda; J. II. Wood. Coralvo; Mai Coleman, of Hnrtford, opened in John Lyons, Hnyuesville, and Harry grand stylo Monday morning, Sept. Tho programme, of the 5, 1892. Roberts, Owonsboro. , Mrs. Lou'Collins, Misses Mattio opeqing exercise, which was quite in-Sandorfur, Ida Duke, Mary Nail, foresting, was as follows: Invocation, Address, "Our nnd Win. Foster, Jr., woro welcome Ro v. J.P8f Taylor. Interests aro here," Mrs. Johu Story. visitors it General Exorcisos MonResponse and special talk subject, day morning. morning, Misses Carrio "I am homo again' by the teacher, Thursday which n few Miller, Mamie Kesler, Louisville; Miss Coleman. After words tho Electrn Carson, and Mr. Win. Foster, well chosen Rev. wero spoken to children by J. S. laylor. attended General ExerJr., City, Hiawatha or the West. cises. Visitors are always welcoino and At Buford. wo are glad to havo thorn come. Wo Last Saturday was a day set apart hope during the yoar to have all it seems for tho dissemination of 'the our patrons to visit us unci see for saving truths of Republican doctrine. themselves how weuro getting along. While Judge Taylor nt Rosino was The young ladies ancl young genpointing out tho beauties of Repubtlemen s Literary Societies were orlicanism and the sinfulness of Democganized last Friday afternoon and racy aud Third Partyism, tho gifted night. EjcIi had a good attendance young orator, Col. J. S, R. Wedding, and aro preparing to do fino work wn,s sliqwiug the terrified followers of during'tlm year. Tho Qfficqra of those delusions the error of their ways tho R. E. C. Socjoty, aro as foows; at the pleasant little town of Buford. Miss Yorda Duko,Prosidont;Miss Lu-- la A largo crowd of ladies nud gentlemen heard the able speech, which was Johnson, Vico President; Miss Carrio Wcerner, Secretary; Miss Elva all that the Republicans could ask or Morton, Marshall; Miss Mary Miller, desiro. Ho told the great truths of Critic, and Miss bidilie Davidson, Republican history and Republican progress, with eloquence and power, Janitor. Of tho Adolphian Society, Robert leaving tho Democracy little excuse, Nelson is President, Silas Griffin, if any, for its existence, snvo as it has Vico President; R. E. L. Simmerinan, been for years a party of opposition. Secretary; J. H. Barnes, Treasurer; O.M. Shultz, Sergeant-at-arm- s; P.L. Berkshire, Janitor; M. P. Kimbloy, Critic, and W II. Barnes, R. Foster, Floyd Crafton, Censors. A num,ber of rew students ha.ve matriculated in tho Prima.ry a.nd In termediiito Dopartments this woekf or flag-raisi- ng -- V. B. Mortdn, Coralvo, was in tho city Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Riley, Kinderhook, is quite ill this week. J. K. Smith, Ccntcdown, railed to see us yesterday, J. C. Purdy, of Louisville, is visiting J. M. Casobicr. L. II. Leach, Sulphur Springs, was in town Wednesday. Miss Enola Wcsterfiuld is vititiuc friends in Owcnsboro, Godfrey and John J. McIIonry are visiting iu Owenslioro. Mrs. Fred Bnruch returned from Louisvillo Inst Sunday. Rev. J. R. McAfee arrived iu town yceterdny to attend school. Attorney, J. P. Sandorfur, made a fl)ing trip to Buford yesterday. A. Lee Bennett and wife, Center-towwere in the city yesterday. M. M. Kahn nnd son, Martin, are in Cincinnati, buying ww goods. Miss Adn Cox, Beda, is visitsng Miss Sue Jenkins, Habit, this week. J. Edwin Rowe went to Paducah Tuesday on some important legal busn, Our buyer is now in New York City, laying in our fall stock of goods, and in or Spoech. der to make room for them we are forced Last Saturday was a great day for to sell our Summer goods at greatly tho Republicans of Rosino nnd tho prices. This sale will only last 15 surrounding country; tho occasion y and you can't afford to ing the raising ol n Harrison nnd days from Reid ling, by the Rojinc Republican miss our rare bargains. Note the following Clubjnnd tho delivering of ngrenlspccch by Judge W. S. Taylor, of prices and call and see if you don't get the A good size crowd gathered to witness tho exercises nnd nverv- - goods af the price named: ro-duced An Enthusiastic Crowd of Republicans at Rosino last Saturday Taylor Makes a Big be- to-da- -- Morgan-tow- n. body enioyed tho occasion. Judgo Taylor mndo n fino ppcech throwing great nud destructive bombs into tho Democratic nud Third Party His statement of facts was calnps. nil that could be desired, his reasoning tho very soul of logic nnd his irresistible. His arraignment of tho theories and inconsistences of tho common enemy wns powerful and his oxpoiitinn of true Republican doctrine wns edifying iu tho highest degree. It wns a speech on which tho people can rely, it had nothing of tho demagogue. It was political truth simply nnd elegantly told. Judge Taylor and the Republicans of Rosino descrvo great credit for this day's work in the beginning of the campaign, in which this old banner Republican precinct will roll up her old time mnjority. All wool Scotch Plaid Drees Goods reduced from COc to40epci yd. " ' " " 40ctoa0c " " " " 50c to 40c Stripe Cashmere " " " 30c to 20c Scotch Plnid Dress Goods " . All of these goods are beauties and you should call and get a bargain in a dress pattern for fall wear. All these goods are double width " '" 3G " and 38 inches wide. " 8.to(!c. . Nico plaid Ginghams from 10 to Good calico from 7 to lc. " Lawn " 6 to 4c. 8.c. These are good goods and must go in order to get the shelf room for our fall stock. Cheap Excursion. Tlioro will bo an ''After Harvest" excursion to Louisvillo on next SatRound-tri- p tickurday, Sept. 10. ets will bo sold to Louisvillo going on special nud train No O.at tho following low rates: From Rockport, Echols, McIIonry, Beaver Dam, and Rosme, $1.50. From Horso Branch, $1.40. Special leaves Rockport at 0: 26 a. in. Train No. fl leaves Rockport at 1:80 ). in. Proportionately low rates at all stations between Fulton, Ky., and Louisvillo. Returning, tickets will bo good on Regular Trains up to nnd including train No. o. luaing Louisvillo at :30 a. in. Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1892, but will bo accepted ou limited train No. 7, leaving Louisvillo at 7:40 p. in. Sept. dO, 11 or 12, only to stations to whioh tho ticket roo'ds nnd at which that train is to stop. This is the most pleasant season of the year for a isit to tho Metropolis of Kentucky. This low rato and generous limit provides an opportunity for oory person to participate in an interesting and enjoyable trip, and ouo that can bo mado a combination of business, pleasure, recreation, visiting, sight-seein- g, shopping and Our stock of low cut shoes (oxford tics) is going fast and we only have a few pairs left. Wc sell them cheap have them from 81.00 to $1.75, price is bound to please. Anderson's Shoes still hold the lead, have a full line of them for fall and winter wear. Wear-forev- er Give us a call and see if you can't find a rare bargain. No trouble for us to show you the goods. Don't forget the place, ANDERSON'S BAZAAR. SARA AND ME. jgr ydi ir-- s '"AH'VsA lllllllIIIIIMItlllflllliail(MIIISIIItltlllliawl.i.4Lfc. J MY EYES ot. Ice, 81.30 I Mil. J. I. Cask. (Illckorv jroo Farm, home ! lUctnc, WK.lnon: "Alter trying m of Jay-E- j fiery known remedy, 1 remuieU n laryo llnncn 5 of two jenrs utimdlnB, lrom a d jenr old lllly, S with three applications of 2 Mm QUINN'S OINTMENT, j erased or heard it lathe best preparation I haveeall llorumen." 5 1 heartily recommend It to IFVAaie hundred$ etueh leittmoniah. per bottle. Ailcyoardrugxlitforlt. If lie n not xeep u, tend iu ac .win pa or mivcr. lor in.i box. V. II. i:i)DV & CO, Whitehall, X. Y. . K.ntd a. T ge,neralgood.time. Form your arrangements and go, nud solicit )onr friends and acquaintances to accompany you. Extra a 'ClV.H'.iMTaTBlSX VI !' . V wu-- VABC A y. flag-rais- ing Ws coaches for tho accommodation of all colored people, will bo attached to tho train. Purchase tickets of Station Ajionts before taking train, as full furo will Tho attention of the public is specially called to tho fact that this bo collected from those not holding Mill has just been completed upon the most modern plan, with all tho tickots. W. 'H.Pkouty, improved appliances for tho manufacture of tho FINEST FLOUR and Geu'l Pass. Agt. other Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to runki it turn New Goods nt Hocker & Tnbor's. out as fine product as nny Mill in tho STATE. Come quick nnd get first choice. It has been thoroughly tested, having been run almost every day sinco iu completion and a portion of the tirao nt night to keep up with its oidcrs. Its product hns been sold to tho best, most scrutinizing and particular trndo of tho couutry, nnd it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from tho best bakers nnd many of the very best cooks of tho For tho benefit, county that it makes the best flour they ever used. has this Mill been built, and convenience and protection of the farmer v to him will it look for its support. varioff 3v With proper care Ohio County can produce as good wheat as any.aud this Mill intends to sco that her farmers get the benefit of any efTorts thev put forth in this direction. Tho best products of this Mill shall go upon tho farmers table, and if he will favor it with his patronage aud his influence satisfaction will bo guaranteed to him. Wo havo now ono of tho very best and most experienced millers in tho Green River Country, but that no pains may bo spared to givo the farmer tho full bcuefit ot his good wheat crop, wo have ordered and are expecting every day an expert miller sent by tho builders of our Mill to stay with us during tho season. Wo shall ceriainly consider it a great A favor if every farmer in the County will call on us within tho next CO days We want all tho and get a sample of our product and our treatment. FIItST-CLASwheat that is for salo in tho County and if you havo it to spare, load it up, and we will pay tho highest market price for it, open every day except Sunday. k.ai. .....ii.iit. :..i..i..i.i;.i.......aii. Beaver Dam Roller Mills. Come to See Us! Our new stock of Clotlijfng is coming in no) and wepropose to abetter ety of fineSUITSthan ever before. This is an important trade andwe are determined to establish THE MARKET' for the -- country. ome and examine S our uitJUAX iii.t- ofl SUITS, Suits for yolung and old, little anil big. calL BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. Give us a A visit will w fc paywou. Jttesy, qcker & Co. f pj, - TT BALL r nnl Otu J Mrs. George Flecncr, Cromwell, came over MondayTJtnd had a largo THE FAlft convents September tumor removed from the bats; of her 28th, and continues founuiys. neck by Drs. Pendleton a,swl Miller. dwill be v andtpcAJ She has steadily improved WILL BE THERE . . . . ,ble to go over nnmo cial rings each day of the air. JpL first-clas- WEDNESDAY. SEMEMBER . .1 uo T?..!.. l.nnl...7 ucuu. is wuen .1.. A Car Load Of Wheat Grower anfiiRaw Bone just Call or received. send in your orders. naW , w - AT - Into. NS Sept. 10. B. DRIVER, Manager. Opposite City Scales. We do work us cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and repainting done promptly. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. ,... ...It ... .. ..... , A. iiiv n um r iiuiii .1. i.i'i riirviv vi ,!.. . 1iii n.d.na Vun Dull L'IJaH ami uiiiiiu iii-Kiiik ..! niuur; uii'u. kind ot Mcnknea. or other any Imliiftatlon. Hvnlx-mltincn Klwtrlclty will ciirv you uud kitpyoit In health. (Headneho rellv.4 ono minute.) io iirnvo una, t Ult. JUUU ' ,.. l il illl nml 115. if nll.flo.l. Alarf Kin tr a Trtlaaen uml Mnr ILiMrrUl. lust tor jeara. A B.lt reunlnted t'oatnothlnK to try thrill, 'n tie iitltcient to ult, ami guaranteed to Medical ajrlce. Write and to .hock. I'ico llnttery combined, and roiltKe !lre walat ineaaure, ITko and lull particular!, " '!.., inn, .T iijt Hockeu & Co. I H FREB AKriiU n. LtUlillb DLI Go to Kahn's Tradl Palace jor, ba PT The following is a list of the persons Cloverport last' Saturday night. Air. s certificates in the Koberta presented ine issues oi mo uay receiving gains in clothing, hati, shoes) etc. - . His July, Wm. in a clear and forcible inanuer. recent examinations: Dfltfqrgot'OjHrbig 11 A of Hats. Warren, E. K. Shultr, EvaPirtle, eloquent appeal forRopublicanism was listened to by the large audience, and Cai Co. Jo. B. Rogers, 8r. August Juo. afterwards a Harrison and Reid Club Ida M. Smitb, Z. H. ShulU. was organied with 80 members. now suits for J. Look at my all-wp. Wilson, waa elected, President, KKiin. 8eptem,ber E,. R. Ray. I7.W. mi ool Hon. F. Hritobcrts, ot Owensboro, addressed a largo crowd of citizena at :?v Fublio Speaking. Escarp mite.!. AddrcM IMt. J UID, Detroit, Mlh. Saturday, W. M. Auaik, M'g'r O, M. Pendleton, Treaa. Rodert BAccnus.Clerk. BSTGAME, CALLED AT 2:30 SHARP. -- Oi The - Southern . RATES: $1.00 TO COK.Ntluinil JKrCKKNON NT., Hotel, VMVILI.C, KY. $2.00 PER & Hartford Republican FK1DAY, SELTEMHEK I), With kindest wishes lor a intiscK. U. successful school, I am very UipIikiiI Mnnnrvli, j'rri". 'Y.Cnrii n,Vlce-l'r- OWENSBOR NATIONAL BANK 1892. TAUL'S SOHOOLHOUSE. September 5 Sunday School is going on nt this phec, Unclo Nttthnn Hrickcy is on n vMt to his old home in Botctout county, Virginin, after an absccncc of forty-fi- ve He expects to have mi yenrs. old fashioned deer hunt before he re turns. Wm. T. b. Ball is the lie publican candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Brcckenridgc county. He is a gentle-- . everybody man well qualified, let vote for him in November. Geoige U. Perkins is in favor of the Government owning tho rail roads. He is of tho opinion if tho Third Tarty is successful in November the farmers will he rich in twelve- months. I am too if. . Tlio special Riinoiini'oinunt which appeared in our columns somu timo K.y. since, announcing n special urrano-nie- nt with Dr. H. .1. Kendall Co., Security For Deposits of Knotliurg Kails, Vt., pnlilitlierri of "A Treatise- on thu llorso and His l)iseascs,"whoreliy our subscribers wero enabled to obtain u copy of that valuable work froo of charge by sandinir their address to H. .1. Ken 11 11 t 11 11 i dall Co. and unclosing a two-cu- nt r... ..,;;.... .,..,.,..,.. ..,., ,.,..! Bllllllll Ull lllillllllL: PHI U, 13 IHIIUtH.ll Speci, -- i ..n will avail tlinnnelves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable Sowork. To every lover of the Horse 011 it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all of tho diseases LAWSON RENO, Cashlor. which afflict the noble animal. throughout Its phenomenal silo Status and Canad , tho United makes itstandard authority. Mention this paper when sending for "Treat ise." To Our Subsoribors. " U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Tho olden, and most reliable ed States. Only experienced Short hand, specialities Tonus For full information, write to Board of Trade, SpeBeia&gusia3ss College. system of Hiwino-- College, in tho Unitteachers umpluod. jr, low. Rooms on first floor. K.XOS SPNCE1J, Pros., Main St., Cor. Third, Louisville, Ky. s Hook-keopin- fjree liffle Aaddi'trfovyvItlodo; YiH a, Wise kifrers, soiled fteir mJUens, old friend. .bid recon?irjeid tsf ' I ft 275,000. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN $Accounts of Farm- OF '92. ,..,., ..,, I vy Co ers Merchants a alty. Interest paid time deposits. licits your business Tax Notice! GliANI) INDUCEMENTS TO READEHS OF THE REPUBLICAN Tho Presidential Campaign will bo tho most intonsoly interesting nnd oxeitinjr in the history of the United States, and country people will be extremely anxious to havoall tho general and .political iiqwh nnd discussions of tho day us presented in a National Journal, in addition to that supplied by their own local paper. To meet this want wo luivo ontorod into u contract with thu tJPP T W3 W ft LAIKLTTh m t 'y B..' RV a!?": . VYZifrJ- - &M. M& n V M So true. liltle kilfoip, vMed ifeir njiifens of aniber Hue, .-- Wit? is SOAP rM,- Wfssr .'ffC A! N-lf" r: .k . were Ds mS'v W" ; t. ,v.r eou( aiAJV; tTiu iv mt pn.s acta r 'r r r... : ..... vAMicKQ L flnlrUv a i r v i -- t - 5ft as tew. Look out, George Carroll, Dick! tho girls arc all after you. You must marry or recall your promise. Miss Mary Wilson 6ti!I wears the engagement ring. It looks like girls all want n Perkins, since the announcement of Mr. Perkins for How foolish girls are, they Congress. all can't get their choice B. N. Wilson, the board or lumber bass at Victory, still smokes good cigars and chews Cincinnati tobacco. Ho is u good shot with a rille, but run on the wrotic man the other day with a three dollar note, lost it. John Jolly and family have been visiting her father this week, near Taul's Schonlhouse. He report n bad crop of corn in that neighborhood. There has been n protracted meet ing going on at Hickorylick, Methn-- . dist Church, for two weeks. The Breckcnridge News thinks it n hanging crime for a Republican to vote for a Fanner Alliance candN date in Kentucky, but it'sall right in Kansas for the Democrats to vote lor them. Mrs. W. B. Taul while going to mnrket with a wagon load of peaches and broKe fell against the wagon-be- d She is quite n cripone of her ribs. ple now. five-dollar Tin:iu:r. ji:ii.ii.Tii.vi:it.(.rii..iirini'1 pour thru Iml., )! "lliilh III) iotf Hint wile (Till:. tt.NIIII. OlI'S tO.NNl'MlTIO.N A Urn. l'll) Z. Wmru-finni- iHTfiiniPa I'riio i.ninl Wiijiiptiiittin Hio. I. P lUkNAKn, I'ront, "llll,Kllirr.M,K,"ii IihIiik iiikI triiitriin ft) tun -- uM I') 'A. Jo. II, lluivri., Cnxlilir Of tho Condition of tho Bsaver Dam At the Close of Business April 23, 1802. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills 8."0,2.SS.01 Real Estate .'1.000.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. l.oOO.OO ."W2.D7 Expenses Paid Cash on Uinta and in other Ranks. '8,(U0.01 JJ8l,027..'iil Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and York Weekly Tribune, The Leading Republican Paper of the United States, unpaid and as 1 have been delayed in the Which enables us to offer that splendid journal (regular subscription price, 1.00 per ear) and THE REPI'IH.ICAN for one year collection for more For onlij $J.Jo, Cash in Advance. than 00 days by tho N. Y. Tribune, regular price per year 81.00 " Hartford Republican " " Legislature, I will Total 82..r). ' expect you to call on me or my deputies Wefurnisl.i both Papers one year for 1.25, Subscription may begin at ntiv time, and settle at once. n New " 'T ' ' : '' C"7- - pMade only by St.Louis. Ivlexican 5 DEPOSIT BARK The short time that 1 ' . will have to collect and meet the settlements with State and county win nccessi- j. l l lL promptness on 1 1 This is tho most liberal combination offur over m.ido in tho United should tako adantago States, and every reader of THE REPUBLICAN' of it at unce. Address all orders to Mustang Liniment 'x IIAUTFORD IttiL'UltLlCAN, flnitford, Kentucky. r.ure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. 'intj-tcstc- d tin vmi v i. l'f" ' LIABILITIES. 82.1,000.00 Cnpital Stock Reserve 802.:! 1 2.2.10.00 Surplus Interest and Exchange.... .1 1,1.14. .13 Deposit Account. . WO.'Ao Due other Ranks s, This June 9. 1892. r, TAYLOK. S, 0. u Tle StaijM vffWM, WC Mod la Unllwl Siaton anil Canada 1 asl leister. ' In n Prnrtlrnl .Tlnrhlnr, Apprcrla1 frtl li) I'rnrllral llunlnoa Icn, It l n liiiiilioini'ly furnllw.l CnmlilntUnn TnIc. Money priiwernhil Cnililer, with Com till Ulnii aK niiil Uelvtvrln AttAchment. It rfonriN lioth cahIi and credit natat. It niiiiil It Iu mi. h iimiii') iwkl In on account. It iii.iUliii'ii iu truio trunsai. lions In It "III lit lulilTiT'tit linen of piKlrurato. Iiiimk the tnilivRlloiin of riu-l-i clerk. It male a careleM inuu nireful It keeKan hnnet man hone! an4 H tliict will not may n liere It K lt ill Kite In coiiteiilrticr, llmrninl monry, fimiiEli Ik pnj fnr luielf many llnu imr. r.icli maclilne lioxeil M'uirnlely aiul vtar-ran- tl It pain reliever. e is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by evety one r. quit ing an effective liniment. .o other application compares with it in efficacy. lis well-know- .,,..., remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of n Heretofore many teachers and trustees have been very negligent and carelebS in keeping their School Register as required by law. The Registers have come in with blots and finger marks and blanks unfilled and in truth in nunc instances in a very disgraceful condition. Other Regis ters were filled as neatly as could uu and were ns clean as when they left the press- - Now in order that the public may scethis part of the work of the theachers, the Registers for this present school year will he on ex hibition with the School Exhibit next year at the Institute. So Teachers he careful to keep your Registers, not only neat and clean but fill them accurately for they will be on exhibition. Respectfully, Jo. B. Itom.'iu. Herald please copy. Attention Teachers. 884,027.5!) In submitting tli's we bog to state that our business has steadily grown each mouth since our opening, and by the most careful, watchfulness and n strict observance ofthe principles of the nuit couseivative Bulking, we hope not only to extend our ncutiniuN aiice, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberally reposed iu ih. We arc here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy shall be extended to them, but in no case shall safety he sacrificed for friendship or to obtain luir incss. John H But.vr.s Cashier. Mlt ISTHEtlEST. Mustang Liniment. Aa1" ji it V4 ' it -- r cl. STANDARD IFG. CO., CAST STROUDSBURC, PA. as 'i Located 01 first-clii'- fortwojeim, I'nr full inrtlcu!ani addms Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it y Hi."". I3S""r"5. riT. Agsnts Wanted! II. A. LOZEIER&CO., Wholesale Doalers, Commercial II oM, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAX0N, Persons ire liroUn Couu ( om mcrnorkor liniifcholj P,ri' JinMi':i Iron Hitters ivrmi r rvliUlliN tho y(t'i.i. 11M1 illuotluii, n nnne bllo, iimi mrvM i.ialurln. ut tLtfciimlna PRQPRITOR. and new ly cln-- e I Ins just been iep.iii.cil CLEVELAND, O. .'UOPupciiurSt. furnished. Good inenls it n to Depot. " lunch. Give trial,, Tho Beauty Standard. The standard of female loveliness varies greatly in different countries Some and with individual tastes. prefer the plump and buxom type; some admire the slender and eylph-lik- e, and some tho tall and queenly maiden. Rut among all people of the Caucasian race, one point of be.iutv is always admired a pure. clo.ir ami spotless completion whether ilm female bo a blonde, brunette' or hael eted typo. This first great requisite of loveliness can bo assure I only by a pure state of the blood, active liver, good appe tite, and digestion, all of which can bo secured by the use of Dr.Piereo's Golden Medical discovery. It is guarauteoil to occomplish all that is claimed for it, or money refunded. If you would have a clear, lovely complexion, free from eruptions, moth patches, spots and blemishes, use tho "Golden Medical Discovery." BirrwRRV Si It mill . ill) Iti mill li mi .mi. t r hdiIiUhIiIi iiliitiition, llrirmi i ml:, ili. I unl i nllnlv otiriil, nfliuiii J" in ." )i ir hliiulnu, iilier .ill i.nliil, Hon Hi,' iliitiiiilt) ulliiriii HiiHiit-In- n i run In .I nml tl.i i m-- e nin.iMil, fulU .'1:iiikiI III HlllH'Ill ilS.Uilh itlhlut- - lin, uie fioin irmiiihiMt .'.ii imilul Iru , 10 1) IMt. .1. l'iTAl.V;, Tiuriiini,VHli. DEAFNESS, iwiipra HfGDEsPEciALLYFoREXERClSilNGANDSPEEDING. l" ""IIP ,,1M1S I V nu DO VOU XS Ii lliri TO M.UIHV, r linlli'K II urn .j"nlli iiitiini.il mhiiI ifi iiltiiri- jiuI me in- - Iruin ill .iter t'ie uuinir)! ..... . ! .., - J.1M . .......... eeill. .... line i. ,1 .... i I L0USVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' mmi 7 3 'A&L ' QfifcBB B" ra a ILt ll.oeleiut iiinirlii.iiiii.l 1'ipu rnllnl Ontvui IIimux4.uiipIi will iiilniil nii in.iro liealllilii. 'iijo)int nt than )ou Ji ui' li tl fnriiiiiti) tlt.'juli iiuiiit-- t rtont IrcN f Iiitt-r- i mnn ottn; laliratiil (jentlrmuiw Milting turn jtonili'iitfpHii tliojo oftlitMip)M)itertx; if thin h t tit n r rtoumn who Jiiis tiot fuitinl UU ur hrr nlnnit) iUamjt Ail lrc here' tlu Kil'tiiojHiriuiit). ll"tuii, loMKOii, room 15, 14 ll4))tntoti hirut, Mil?. mei.e.. . . i. . ...,.) .,. , .l WMilllitil. nn iviiihii to u,t IL I I sminuAii: , nil I P II I (it DCtllnl l 1 '."."."'"' nl.ilih rut in i liiiitiMiiitl tiitikt I.M-- N ! ,s. 11,1 1 W iimihir mUitf lit !is Mi )M1I 'J I .lll,(t'li) ( Ninl Mtil'l I ifmri H. ihIiIm It li ,,. ,ih Mil 1 C3ir i'Mi M II life t; JUKI him, jf.M.W... mi out .iix.. i. tllll llli .. Pronounced By All HORSEMEN To Be ppIHeM0ST ki((,.;in II i.i . I tu In iwii lit WHaleboNE5 !llustRATeo prfect sulky G5f-;;;,AGENT- cK s CART In USE llALiti wanted. "'"""EEmMSMm uin r ntnn t i.i..tiim I Uli Hi, iin u It iMift (t MnIc I mini) I ll) m Catalogue fmmmaLafmmammmjmmmm.mm EEORTLfflDCo H EJ B i iil). J3 Ml HEN yOU GO TO OWENSBORO fltOM AM) TO I.OI'ISll.l,K.ni:)IIIIIN,VICKSIMK HVTON ltOJi:,ntiil .M'.IVOKI.IIOT, r0aHlBHt NT dURES SISTSf 2N0 BUT PILES. SURE smi CERTAIN CURE tmown for ISyc-sr- a co tho BEST R C Kt C D Y P'JH PILC3. b tla Mcmiililx. C.Theo.Cain, T. The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND ntOM Sgw VurU l'l.iliu'ulpliiii lliiltiiiinro V.n.liiiiKtoii NiirlVilU Ol.l I'.iint Ci'iiilurt Itl.'l.iiiiiiiil IIiiH'iiIii Oluvulniid Ti-liIu CliUiif,"1 liiitliiiiiii..ll ' l.. til., . ST LOCIS. lm It Ciiicliiimti l.ntiUi!lu Sastorn nnd Nortlioastorn Points md MciiiiIiIi. i:..l, For the final and Mul Ail'ullc Work, tmt size or ttule, Frederick Si,, belwceit flm37 Srdand4tt. it I urc.i!.i IleuirJjovtriJUcor I urt. Iu In IK lll.ili ouj ilxi du n,oru:ow: VicUsburj llnt.ni Uoiiko Now Orluiiiit Muliilo l.ittlu Hock Hot Springs 4iut ijliits in 'ol Tontics- iio Ttixiii1 Arlwiiinu Jli.lniiil I.uuUIhiih ttml tLn South mid SOUTH WIWT. ik e Kciiilsii's Spavin Cure. For Cataloguo and Prioos, writo tho Manuftioturor, BEAVER DAM. Sept. 4. Everything very quiet in our little town this week; merchants 'lUI.it, 'lime I'iiMp ami nil ill "lie liifiHiiiii-liobusy keeping their showcases dusted. mciirol li) nil)ln to J, IS.'I Iclli'llor I never heaid of roads being impassa- Aicr.il ill lleini'r Diini.or ble on account of dust, but sono of tV.H.ProntT.Gen'l Pass. Asrt..LoutsTill6. h, the roads are almost at ttiat point. Roll Humphrey nnd wife, of the be T?t&(iftb Stiiement Little Bend, viited Mr. Dexter and EHQppitSEVERYDESIRABLElHPROVEHEN' wife Saturday and Sunday. of ntf.niHrn- - C.AI.LU5IVCLY IT5 UVMI. George Hodges is back at his place JiWIDSME, nt the depot, after several days vWt or fLEGA'iMTLY to his home iu Hardin county. ..Finished Quite a number of our citizens atAt I lie t'lum' tt llDnlMi'". Jmii' 5EE OUR Ml, ItUJ, tended the Association at Cool Springs IMJIIlI7irinTi?Vi!''u!S last week. JtKSOUIttiKH. S. C. Stevens spent several days Bills diflconiitod ?.r)!),.'!17 0!) Inst week in Mudinnville. .',000.00 A LIVt A0 tH7 Jtenl usttitc Vrf c'giff f,YeBf f OV ;t 1,000.00 A. D Taylor hus Ins room com-- , Furniture nnd fixtures. . 1,341.07 pletcd and titled up and is now ready liondu 74.'l.f)4 JJelitri in fatiit EAK AND UNDEVaOPL woik in to do his friendssoinc good CiislionlmiiiKtin other b'ks 40,420.7!) the picture hup'uiess. (In.iinB rtrnncriliAn.H nrtil Ant.ma., ..i Iou ttopifd, Lorn: Mnnliood Hcalurnl, Charlie Taylor U the happiest man arlcixelo, w.V back, Ions of memory, dlzzlnc MAMMTIKS. in town it's a boy. g:!0,000.00 Monday moiiiing school opened Uuiiitul stock K.VN CITY Ttl.llt fit. 70,71).2() Wo Doi(.MU here with a large attendance. it Xoftii .Scconil Jitrti.:, ri..i'.i.1 ,., i'tillu., l.rU)r , are expecting a (jrund school, as we Dim other liaiikn. ..',.,. IJividuiid 4 pur cl.ikcl:iitil 1,200.00 have Prof. Ray and MUs Dora Gibson Fund to p.iy ttixcri JOILY JJOJWIQMMG, as teachers. There U nothing to hin- l'llllit nnd loss. .'1,584.84 der Beaver Dam fmm having u fint-c'- ns nnw.r.u w 8103,82:1.09 graded school tho year around, Troiilcnl I'HI'l'li mill riiliTll.iiirlrn, if the fathers w ill just stand by the Owonsboro, Ky. I, S. K. Cox, pneiir tho nbuvo to teachers. Teachers have a great and All Orderj Fiom Stay 1'iompllya grand work to do, but they cannot do be correct. (ended to. Ully o. K. Cox, ,iiMiri:.tT, the work of teachers, trustees and patrons. At night there were enthuSworn to befoio me this June .'10, MIIII.OII'Nv'A'rAllHIl IM.''l).-'n"- ln' siastic lectures made nt the echnolhall 1802. nun ti iI'htIi, I'H'Mli.'lM iiinl Ciiliiiei'Miiiillu A.T.Nau., D.C.O.C.C. Hulilli) '.. Vn) mi llllti i lit". by Profs. Ray and ShtilU, followed by pleasant talks from Miss Gibson l dividend of 84.00 A I'OII IHHI'III'M V nml I.lti'i 'iiiihili t These wcro and It. P. Hocker. per share uas this day deelnred, puy-iaI- )i. li uoii il liuiiuiitir mi I'M O liltle i, with jdeasant muscid cx i)t) nnd after July fi, 1802. Hlilloli'x VilnlliM. Nlill). ti)iu(lrlMnUtr ! n Semi-Annual tliormiRlily ciiiiii('il nnd in i ounditinii, und jrn iiloHan excel-lit urrmigciiifiit in timo und tlirout;li A xkatl'iik it tint timo iinil Loiixonii'iico jocured by tliu l.iiniti'd Kxjir'm Tridiig. Only a moiit's uihk liutwion l.uiiUs illc unit Mmniiliiii, i'mI the best mid iiiiI.'Kot iervico botwt'cn tliu two citlo Qvaruili-ri- Tl.ullio lU.t-clna- tr 1.' lullotrii.it low prlcrx lorllio npxl lUc nioiillis: 1 Hit' lircrn I'it'li.r.-nl Tin: oi.in:sr HIit roimlry ' ) iiioro(iuiiii:u 1h llMlKliili' " " ' in ii.i.kluK . d... n. j. KrM.i la,!,.'.TAi'"0.,I ,l,r,n. mm 1 11,1 I role Ip ou loa to 11 .iwiiii win. I UMltltii iiiur Kifiiituirxtifinvlii Cure.'l II Illl0 iiiiin.l Ktn cure. 1 lmfe tuoiiuinif '.tlijtiufiwuMilit.vifillkeni,M. ,geJ it ' llrji. auc K KiKMiuom. e?"- siln. ' Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co. JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. 'Ilirrv o One il.fz.''illlp'l OlIl.llllK li, ' R2.U0 Ont " Tnlliil)M'N Oiilmirlfx. f' " ' I.IM .)l 1,1111 Kendall's Spavin Cure. b. n. j. i!aKn.5Tm 1 . iii'il il ca- - T-- w .!, l.UU Anil HicMinly IJiilIrr) liillipl'lly nhprn IIiiI)k'h ur' iiuiili'. full mill Hi'cini', 4n a.i 1? rolt.aiil ttpntlrtlv leiiioinl a bViiiit pnvfu fit ,.,, ,,K 1: L". trninviiit ..... - ... , 1.1 ,,.:;.ii urn old, Inrt u lx r Kuvfii ; rix'iiin in viry oun" uod h4 .. I i,tl u 'Seeing is Believing. 19K'"U And a good lamp SmA liiii ,.'f .'.' ... Wi B.. Ji.r'v'vliUU.nuili'l vbU1i . liir . vmrlr ll l K. 4in III! I KiNorros SxusBCRTr LrtjngTst PIJFIVeYla.o n,inii: yy. lllll Unlit OvasV;?o, K7, .iiaihim, Hlr.il, Kendall's Spavin Cure. II. J. Knout.,. clTMH' Ueuli I havo munlly rrinoxiit nno cm i pnim Kiinvtii wlili yuiir KnuiU 8ptnCuro. in. M-r- - must be simple; when it is not simple it is not CQOii. .Simflc. Beautiful. Good theso .'IT-- -, I uus. mean rnucn, put to sm ' Inu Jloclichtcr" tn 11 impress the truth more forciblv. All mutal. tnilli nnrl emniln.o n,,u ...n.l. I,. .,.aa jiicqcs ui;iy,v. ?. ....!.. .,., u..v,,.,Sj, n.wl iuuu 1,1 11111:1; it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it U indeeil a "wonderful lamp," for its marvelous lisht is purer and brichtcr than cas lt'pht. softer than electric, light and more cliccrfitf than cither. ..1.. i T inonlli rim l luml Ml 10 a3UUU uorkliic lor u. l'.im ri fern iIhIiu tun luriili-- n liorxc ami Klu tli.ii whole tliu to tho liiiiiiiicvfi. Nfuro nmiiHii( llll) lm iotitillil) (llllu)lil ulnii. Ar.w tin mil It h III t'.Hiii mill rllleo. II, '. JO UN NOV A. CO 'Ji.lh iiml Main !., IlkliiiKiml, Vn. iliM flfl ")Sfl ltkurriillrireiiimiidltlwtll, lHKK.tfUll)r, lUC.KHaHT. ''fyl v' ooKiortiiiMiimp Tnr. Iilhclii.ipdinlcrli'nn,ttliern'na M yon waut.tiiid tu i.) f.r uur new i.iiifirait.l .'ii.iir.. . betttr.nad win rih oii a limp rifely liv e irt4-o- ur cb&icu ct varictu from the lai :tu Ump $:j ,n (,, froiJ. ' 110c11iisxr.11 MJ1P CO., CJ I'arU Place, r.'cw Tork C'Ay. t? uic.J I'rlrogljtrt)0ttltor2lxbott!eifore5. Alldnif. cUKIiaTttitcrcaaiietltruryau.orltwlllbotoDt t'jnuyrJilru.on receiptor jirlce tj tho praprl. tors. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vermoal '- -f -- Ths Rochester' -r -- ?- " 1 I W' Jlatk i Steitler, V DTITV van own nnd fm-l-y 10 net the Lot VHlnernanelf n.oDejr. far Tour uiiunuui in rauriuoitrrRr brpnreha.lpc , .W' I.. Ilourlm Mion, wrlilcb reprr.eni mo rui.vi Will .A iiuii .for .price, a.krd, tm IhnUkKnd ..... W...f ' IT IS A t&m doc a.rt LPm MP. mwi manager; TAYLORS w The Leading 810.-),82.!.- Fiajk ERMOliO, KY .liIleci i3.SQ.K. SSB2IUUhi " kAtitti .QOfSjS 00 '.-- y 11 SORE ?i'H I 2ifl 2.50 FOR Picture: Is Efer; Style and Size. tSF'OIil I'ietiireB Copied and Enhirgcd Fr"r,I tz.oo rodusicf lUOIV 12.00 CHILLS 8t FEVER. BILIOUSNESS. PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL USE MO, .4 .SPECIALTY. J08i -- 2.oo Miin StVcet. 17;ni 0 4fliirr!, W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE oENtf&iNZ ilia uii4 wmsm l1mi lrckou, .stfUl i4B 41.75 roi. BOYS SLJI. 1.73 FSis CEHTS MALARIAL DISORDERS. FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. IPREPAREDBy RICHR&50N"TAYL0R MED.CQ. ST.LOUIS 58 iSSi tut Opposite Hnor nnl il'ar CJovernort Hotel, Ctovorpoit, Ky. ' ' '. I, hf(5rt tr.) I1UI1 Vra'le.anA rcbre(of ft niouer irtliM tfto prloiftialSa. ftu3 at St Kf nlM oojiotu.m of earh Miol""it Wt lit """'," I. UonniliiIl,sltphi nt tl.tf Ntwiaur Aifrtt IRA SO ,ouruUurliiliu(PDi Udnf April, V '"i.i vh HOOKER & TABOB, llonliio, Ky. BROWN'S IR0X BITTERS jrc Indigestion, IIUIoiuilm, Djinepala, fal. I'hyit. rl, Korrouincu, amiAll ileal' nDvUlltr. Genuine wll it. datu recomraeml II. has trade mark and crowed red Hum on wrapper. in. (?o!1 pf (if Mduib. Ic 11 111I1 Happy and conttDt U a home with " Thi Re Chester t a lamp with the light of tbt moralsg. , Catalogue, write RocheitK Lamp Co.,NewYork.