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JO, B, W SUBSCRIBE on nu: 1 mill Fublisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN or THE party in the fourth congressional district, TERMS---j1.2- 5 Per Annua, la Aduccc, DiUH $1.25 per year. 8n.w XT VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1892. y rimoai.il in tlio persons of Miko Patterson anil .Mis Knniu Sliullz. They walked from liero to Mt. Cunnel, a didtiinuc id about ten iiiilcs, nnd were married. AlinH Aiinio Sp.iro Iiha unno on n viit to lier sisters near Fort Hrnudi run-awn- NO. 7. n in the end of tho fcwing from side to side ns sirf-- tfi PROFESSIONAL GAUD. months of hostilities wore drawn by The raising of tho National Flag, tho tonus on which the connection Tho chairman of the Executive Com- - of tho colonics with England should Worthy Tributo to tho mittee, Francis Rollamy, Roston, continue. Tho "Whijis wished to ro- I'rosi clout's Lottor Mass., will aid you in obtaining Hag, Main Colonists rn condition that their of Acooptauco. if requested. rights would be uur.inlccd to them. 2. Exorcises dining tho forenoon, Tho Tories wore willing to remain Tho I'residcnl's letter of acceptance in the schoolhousc, by tho pupils without such a jjuarantoe. Tho Wbif which is still the principle topic oi lldit week. Mr. and Mra. Charley Leonard especially. Each school should Pally was composed of those AmerH w H n mJJk jrJYn j'l coiiveisitiou, maiks nu area in polit went to IWyvillclust week on n visit have on exhibition at this time sam- icans who favored tho principles for ieai literntuie. It isthe fir.it time ples of work which is to bo sent to which tho that it I'lcMilential candidate, wheth- - to their friend. Rovnlutioiiury war was They are through (shipping water Louisville, (as indicated on accompa- fouirit,anil drew into its rallies nearly for his lirst ortccond term, over Ut They Rilip nying; letter of direction, Circular all tho t'.'iik National lilies, great nnd small, incloiiH from this place. clergy ocopt those of tl o about '200 car loads and )iit from No. 40 before the country, and the Demofaith; tho major part of .'t. An nfternonii celebration, cither crats who know that Mr Cleveland 1,000 to 1,200 inn car. the lawyers, it large portion of tho FnrnicH me breaking their wheat ut the sclioolhouse or in sonic larger t'ul low along the kiiiio track tt Ccldi.Cou th,por Ctip. Whooping Couch, EroncMtli :,Ont.icur. for ComumptlonThreatend I..lijcnA d.ucinnot peck ol tnulile; they are at a ground now. Corn will bo plentiful building within easy reach, It is physicians, and many young men a are In flrcttUc"i ("J littiln who bad their fortunes to imiko and if,, nt a',. iur relief In advanrai .tifta. You will f the e irtlltnt effect after UW-!ns how to counteract tho effect ol in this cction. It wi'l nv irne n' mt recommended by the Notional Ex- tboir distinctions to earn, "son of til Crit doit. Sold by deal.ri cterywlitir, ).i ue 1'each nnd ecutive Committee that pupils totUettO cants and tl 00. the plan, statements thirty bushels per nere. and liberty men wore Whigs. march m procession, led by the vet- liberty'' made by the L'ri'ddont concerning the .ipplc crops arts very good. Tho-othis party who took lin aci'A Wo arc going to havo n Foldier erans of tlio Mexican and of tho Civil position of tho Republican party, nnd tive part in tho struggle' for indeConic War, with appropriate music. at this place this full. ' covering the actual beneficial results pendence wero called patriots. Tho 4. A sjiort address by the most cap4J 1 - .i..J . clnxi-cof our people have received out nil you good Itcpublicnns and all Tory party was compo'sod of tho Colhelp us out. Il will bo wmio time iu able speaker in the community. t ndtninistintion. all under the The teacher and trustees ought to onists who adhered lo tho Crown ut. Si. mi. I October. .!.... i.. !?...,,!. 1,. i.i.i cl.ii.ii 11IMI II1IU l.r iivi'Miniiiiu 'fRVEToNlC The school convener ut this place' constitute a Committee on Arrange" during tho war. It was joined by and all accomplished iu the lace oi the meats; while the school should choose, nearly nil royal officers. Some emA Happy Orphan, ah, active mid constant opposition of the the first ol October. KrNluN Co., Kr Oct. 0. MO. We had tho pleasure, of attending n by ballot, a Committee on Finance, inent lawyers dependents of royal In oar orphan aayltiui here tucie la a 15- - Democratic pa it v. The President . child liutl had Ix'cli atllTiriiiK fur joara numerous physicians, ) birthday dinner nt Mm. Sarnb Gar. composed of three mules and three n siiuarc has given Mr. Clevehii alio iruuijurroumicaa lo men mi tliat females, with tho teacher as r.x crri-c- io some who wero at first conservative ison'o last week. u'ltlmoa In llio ulglit cot u knock-dowin the gr a' the .V'."d.Si!!l:i."r. pteU-- ou every luitnra chairman, who?c duty it shall bo and those who, not othorwi-- o influMay the Itin'tiiiMc.vs live long and would aoek protection hiuouif tbo older light lor the Presidential belt. people, lioin mi Imaginary pur.Uir, ami could in ihe wish of 11. W. enced, dreaded tho strength of to solicit from the people of the disOn every hand and by nil classes of prosper only vim KrwttiUuictilty bo nulu jut (o bod. I believing that a successful I.nnt trict whatever funds may be found llov. K. l.'ui'iilf, while, ou a IU hero, is coin "unions ia(Jiv"e4Uioh.rTO thudill.l, au.l ndvlicd tlio men the President's letior resistonco to her power was impossinecessary for tin; purchnseof a banim( Pallor Kouul'i NirvuTonlo, ai.d Mrclly mended. Col. V. W. Dudley, who Wo urc needing nun. Some of tho lurnihd V lowrtl lottlca of It. 'Iliu fiist ner and meeting other local expenses. ble. Tho Tories, or Royalists com aiowd a rwrkd Improvement, and afpsr was opposed to the rciiomimitiou of tarmer.s have begun cutting tobacco. U tip l An important part of our display at posed n considerable portion of the teeoad bottle and up In l!io prcaorit . the President, says of il: "Tho letMrs. Ann Ho.", of Smalllioti.se, ia tuT4 UwchlldU n linppjrn.nl conteutod holm:. Chicago will consist rfphotogiaphs of force employed to put down tho All Iboaa ,'iuuorlng Irum nnYonaiic.a abould ter is a most admirable Ono by all visiting her daughter, Mrs. 0. T. Barek refuge lu I'ttatorTki-onliT'Norte Tunic, nnd grounds, teach- - Rebellion. Tho number of tlinui who odds far beyoud paiallel ii(h any nard, of Libertv. C. T. linrnaid and KKV. 8. UU.r.KUHAM), hU Jobu'a A.jlum. eruiid pupils; and the more charuc- - 0nlitetl in tlio millitary service of A Vntiinhlo Hook an Ncrvniia It treats flimi. snont ast Sllt:lv iiml Smi-a- ll previous similar document. lo teristie nnd representative. schools in ,0 Crown was probably more than o il MH,r patlriy. ii'.taln Ih.iisiies before the people iu a ,jny in K(lmity neighborhood. FREE aIMCiie aeut neuran anradilirfta. (lilt nu'dirhiv fiooeif clinruu. each County ought to be shown by twonty-fiv- o thousand, linmiK'Himli-d11.1. riiiMtfln4 turn lirettarad bribe liuwrund bberal ami intelligent yVw,n Ionian Haruard nnd Mamie , l,..oii'f:. f l'ort W.iuic. Ind. since 1&0, and The .U4I71 rtl 'fid imiti r III direction br Ilia 0ut of this Tory Party canio tho in tho Kc Kei,,,,! Fluidity, ,,j,i Union nnd photographic transparencies. manner, and will ItOENJC IViEO. CO., Chicago, 511. publicin hows a inio degree of en- - i,,elty neighborhoods u Hying visit proper objects of these expensive pict 'j)reso,lt luino(.ratic parly. Out of urea should be selected by the Ceu- IMtltiy Pnust'MntSI per Untile. Gr.irt,5 thuidnnin. It lumidief to every cant- - t,c 'i'.'.l and L:M of August, tl0 illtr;uts Cillno ,10 ,,rs,ont I0 trul JjIUjiIu 't..V "il)tllinriirrl(l. p.iign speaker his text mi any topic ' ym M,nie Ilcid will teach the fall 1,1,2 Committee. Part of the fund for ,,,jcan nartv. ,w' "S"1 U) ue Iu"T"a M'e follow this little band of To- Tlio letter Puh(10i t Kxcel.ior. John H. Taylor be may ik-l- re to diM'ig. teachers ami pupils. A t ol names j nes, or i .Secretary ...:i mnnli m I.ili..riv couiii not lie improved. unemies to lflinii of all pupils contributing, preceded "PBSwasv-- r ' Uusk. is tho be.--t loiter of nc all along the lino, evor ready uiunt, "It Horu, to tho wife of Robt Pliimer r--i IKCM' i . ceptauoo I have ever seen.'' Senator August .'list. Rom, to the wife of by the number of the "district and the. to strike a deadly blow to a free and teacher, should bo written on paper, of Nebraska. "It is n Elvis Smith Sept. Jili, a girl. i Paddock, dependent Republican Governiu ink, of the sizo prescribed in Cirof statcMiianliko demonstration ment. Wo find thorn in ISfil arrayMr. and Mrs. Harry Woods, of cular No. 4, accompanying this. a principles. The President Aberdeen, visited their mother, Mrs. 1M JV I ed in arms, iu n scientifically organJ (IL These sheets should bo sent to the gets right to tho heart of everything. Eli Johnson last week. ized Rebellion, trying to dostroy County Superintendent, that be and There is not a waste word in the whole old Government, which Joe R. Rogers, of this place, will his Committee may have. them bound this gr.t-u- l letter, ami as a literal y pioductiou it teach tho Green llrinr school, begin 15 THE UC5T. iZ tho Patriots had struggled seven in one volume this to bo forwardeJ siwiRtj cp. op jrsura has great met it. I am sure that it will ning soon. Miss Laura Render will long yoa,rs to establish, but tho Pa'"I"'0 Itnea ni auiaia e. V'SP! command the respect mid admiration teach at South Beaver Dam. S B.F. to the Slate Superintendent, for tlio triots came to the rescue and saved !t0Ull tumto- POH SALF HV Qbicagn Exposition, nnd afterward to ot even the Picsident's enemies. " VrfQB. ho preserved in the archives ot tho tho Xation and piucod it ou the high With that letter ol acceptance well road to prosperity. Hut this old II. A. LOZKIHItitt'O., Farmers are cutting tobaoco. Our Educational Department of the State e will imt 1cim) any dist,ribittci Whole-al- e D.ialera, In cam where the Cen- party ot'fre.isni still hangs to tho school begun Sopt. Mb and there is Govcruniont. Hcpuli-Measpeeches CLEVELAD,'0. sti)iip ideas, t to iiss.cuiumt)and mui n prospeots of a good school under the tral Committee cannot have the wheels of progress trying to turn is vigorous Superior S. sheets bound in good style, they them backwards. sive. The Prc"idcnts a roinnrkublo management of W. G. Gardner. Wo now find them in ISO'J, while 1)3 should be expressed to the State SuOld Aunt Polly Pluiiinier, nged Take, him altogether, I think, mm runt. man. perintendent, who can have it done. our country is in its greatest state ilru ijciinrt. yenrs, is in very bad health. we havo never had anyone ipiitc his (?r5 M vft H The uxo handle compnnv of Rowl- They should all be made up befoie of prosperity, under our grand sysequal iu the Kxccutivc Mansion." FJ2P in l.7&zA A" tem of protection lo America and ing Grocn has bought all tho hickory the first of January. . Now hear the opinion of a Democrat b n ..Vi e The penny contribution should be American industries, leagued togethwill be a great benefit Senator Pugh, ofAlabamu: "Tho timber, which sent to tho County Supeiiutcmlcut, er with the Devil and tho Cohdcu letter is well written and business- in our community. There was an extraordinary wedding (who will receipt the school for the Club, trying to upset tho American like proenttitiou of tho issues involvamount,) nnd be scut by him to the system and turn the country over to ed in his Administration, nnd con. at the residence of Mr. Trail's ThurKentucky Commissioner of Liberal the enemy. tains all arguments to support the Re- sdayMr. Pike and Miss Trail. They Arts, at Louisville, as part of a fund at Hut the. Patriots yjll again come invited thbir friends to see them publican policy on tho tarilf, currenYEARS .. FOR 4 o'clock Tliureday evening, to secure pictorial representation of t,o the front, iio.t NoYombor, with Has loci nil Worm Remedies. cy and other questions. It will bo, I but Mr. Pike was so anxious to mnrry our Schools. A copy ot Cirpula No. audi convincing evidence that will think, the text of the canvass iu sup. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. or else bo was afraid lie would lose 4 should be placed by teachers iu the. probaljly toaoli the old paity port of his , SOLD UVIUiVWUlUtK. ot every pupil in the State, at of divided i.,M lUU. rertreWll,!,MlHDV.TITU.Il'r ideas and dead issues Mr. Blaine's great letter ou the his wife, ho would not wait until tho hands early a Vtp n,s possible, that their councils are not needed paramount issues of tho cainpaign-Protcctin- n set time, and wns married nt 10 as The Celebration of Colubus Day in our Government affairs and thut o'clock Thursday moining. Wllie to American industries, occurs at a peculiarly propitious time wo will forpvor excuse them. Itecijirocity and a sound financial Trail and, Ms.s Anj;gio Norton were tho residence of the bride's for Kentucky. The State has but just system is u VfOitHy ci.iiip.uiioii for ilia married ut J. W. M. entered upon its second century; nud Piestdeni' letter, showing, ns it docs, father Thursday ovcuing at 4 o'clock the boys and girls who are iu school Cutiirrli I'urril, hrallli nnd meet breath e th.it tho official leader of the Repub- and went to Mr. Trail's, where there now will give tone to her moral and enroll bj Shlloli'a Cntnrrli H,eyiedjr, frlce W ct tho unofficial, but was a sumptuous supper awaiting lican party nnd Xnmilinjictor freiit!t. W4)ne(irirl1n& llio, SmVINCUREfi intellectual, her social and political nono tho le?s adored, lender ot the them, and there was dancing until The, life, for.n half century to conic. Ro?i:. auoooss in Walton Kentucky. Republican party stand shoulder to late at night. " study of tho histyry of the, greu,t dis.1. 0. Robinson, of Walton, writes, shoulder on the lending issues oi this iETNAVILLE, covery au,d, qf tho tremendous events "1 havo just removed a Knot from a campaign. Miss Tiuv garrison, has typhoid that follow upon tho opening of a horses lur that was left from a hurt. These two letters should be printed foyer. II? !T Now World to civilization ought to Tho leg is now poifectly smooth and Tim .Voi t Stucfrteful Itruirdy TcrdlcoT together and bo placed in tho lnma Frank; Wcstorlleld has tlio largest quicken every patriotic pulse inbotli nul rnat. f It l rrrtnln In 111 tHucla and natural. 1 have a very high regard of every voter qf the Ijnitqil Hitfos. nrop of tobaooo In this pnr't of tho t!!' If3 ' .?. 'f oSf M'K t old nud young. It will create for the oonden-8c- d for Quinii's Ointment which has acI'W concise, comprehensive, county, latter high ideas, and inspire with tho Kendall's ' Spavin Cure. and convincing arguments in faHorn, to tho wife of John F. Cole- noble purpose of giving to Kentucky complished tho above result." vor of tho great principles advocated man, a girl, on last Saturday night, UlUl:wror, MO.. Mar I, SO. n still more honored name iu the sisVM'Kcnu. Cv, (.'OUUII ftii'l 1'onnil inplliin NIIII.OU'K (iviili Aiioit! thri.i )rnr. iipo I nroln to ymi by tho Republican party they have 1 A pounds. aliu'it Hliiir.it I tmm ulm liud a Hjiuiln. , IumiI It cures cou,- 'iiiu I nold by n onniiuirantee. terhood of States. rlx Ij.nl.-- tu jmir Ki"njnll'n h.nvln curi-- ami It never been, mid probably nover will UrUlin A. I'o. The moonlight party nt tlio homo of .Iiudo il it liu li In JL'urn, I linv" rivumiuriiUid It tii Your County Superintendent will iiinpliuu. fold Z. W)iie iiki,iipce. t?thtniihoniotnffvltit AJkX j;. Kiuiliuos. bo surpassed. Wiu. " Miss Nett'o and Minnie Simpson furnish you with such documcnts,rcl-ativ- o , - . Judge Crouso, having placed his last Tuesday evening was very en"?onr Musoles. to both the Celebration and, the resignntin i IIouii(IMk, Kendall's Spavin Cure. tho Treasury as assistant Secretary of joyable. Susan Taylor is spending this Columbia Exposition, us imiy lyirciifter Few men seem to bo uwaro that five iu the hands of the PresMrs. cnianato froni'thoatjonql Incentive ixpfk, Warren Co., Vn., June CI, 1SS9. ident, to take alfect when accepted, week in Owensboro. Georgo Mercer minutes spent in daily, or even three Dr.I1. J. KE1DAI4. Cm Cqiriniittcq, r fiom this or tho Louis-vill- o Dear Mn- -I tnuit nay th.it Ionco trlM n twttlo times a wceK, in exercises properly seyuur KnJairibpnvlii Ciirunn a tlmoear-uleft this week tor Nebraska, of which returned from thority last night. .'cf oftlee. cnU.fti.tllt entirely rvinoil I nbonrnpnln and i rimnvlii It. Tha lected for briuging out all tho princiItllil nut iiHonll tlio lAll stnto ho is confident ol being; tho uot MlllAWA'Cll'l ov THI3 WiiiT." liono (Unix (rij on fn rit (M.viriuuml, anil ia Ei Poirnui Thompson, wt.rk ()ltiii.(tlim. u pal muscles of the body aro sufficient Governor. I(e carried tho good wishes Sup't Public Instruction. for lnmc Imck.iiilo or chc.l.iineHlilloli'a porous IlcnubliQntis hereabouts with I'lnnliT, l'ri(o83if;ilii, r?oldL)J5. MnjnoOriffl to set tho blood coursing freely to tho of all tho YoUNo E. Allison, A llro. extremities, to stimulato the heart, to him. Com'r of Liberal Arts. Kendall's Spavin Cure. massage the bowels, to stir up the: liv Postmaster Qeuernl Wnnnmnkcr A Piano Preo. Oolvkbu, Ala., July 31, 188). Dlotches, pimples liver patches, er, to strengthen thto HwlvMu straightopened tho bids this week for carrying pa. H.J. KtDiu. Co. i & Shober, of LouisMessrs. Fetter Uout 1 havo flTcctually rrmored ono caio of en tho ejip.ujdera and increase tho ox Ocean mails under tho advertisements ville, Kentucky, publishers of Fetter's G. M. D. right quick dispatches, fcmir aunTln vtlih yuur ICrmlalla BjiavlaCuro. iduuvriuiiy r.oomniuud it tu bll. Drives awuy incipient tumors. R. C. Khiodt. pnc.Hy of the Jungs, says the Trlbuuo. lUWiClfUlly( issued by the Post Oflico Department Southern Magazine, are doing someClears the blood from poisonous hu 411 the apparatus required is an orsoino time ngo. Among tho bids rething nover attempted by any other mors; rrlco $1 par bottle, or Mi bottle, for $5. All Jru- dinary walking stick. ceived wero thoso of tho U. S. and publishers. T boy give away a four who'ur, you be, Ailing ono glill have It or eau get It for you, or It v tw leut ntoiayodJrcuoa receipt of prleo by the propria. Brazil Mail Steamship Company, from hundred nud fifty dollar piano to the Try the worth of G. 51,. D, Dr. 0. P. Linhart, physical instructor of the Manhattan Athletic club, Now York to Rio, culling at St. first person securing two hundred, which stlie Gretlt Mudicul DiscovDR. B. J. KENDALL CO., .V . - . following exercises to Enosburgh Fells, Vermont Thomas, Martinique, lkrbadooa, Pa- yearly subscribers rjil givo tho ery of Dr. Pierce a wonderful ton-- io recommends the , in busy men on rising in the morning ra, Mnranhuo, p.ernninbuco, Oahnia, sanio stylo instrument to any person The "Disand blood-purifi' mu;o every iweiityfoir sending them two hundred and fifty covery" is a standard remedy for or just before going to bed at night: and IJiu, "For tho upper part of the urtiu; in vcssols of tho fourth-class- ; days consumption, bronchitis, colds and yearly subscribers. Grnsp the cane firmly at both ends same Company, New York to Rueiios It 19 remarkable that such au oiler lung troubles', guur.intced to benefit tho baud and hold it across tho Ayres, calling at St Thorn tu, Pcrunm-buccan bo made, and when one considers or cure, if taken in time, or money with uliest, lotting tlio middlo of tho cane Rio nnd Montevideo, onco iu that tho subscription price is only 82.-5- 0 rofunded. forty-fivrest on the breast just under tho chin. days; sanio Company. Now a year, it shows by u simple sum Organisation of the Parties. Drop tho bunds forward and down to York to Rio. calling nt same ports as that they make nothing by tl)o lUuiud. and nil I'.ilJ.M bLMAIM ini I)itow.NINi,Sept.3. When tho Rev? tho full length of tho arms rapidly mi uiiw-.iwulni in ijir uoiHut'iri: i ;:. iu first bid, once every fourteen days. uppmile ilii. If B llilfilUHIlff mid m urn e.o 1775 the aud return to position ou the chest, mm I'liU'iui. in ivk imiiii timti iIhiko ii'mnii' horn Mr. Wminnjuker is yory iimqli plotised tho mag.izliio Is so full of olutiouory war began, ii However, I MM'fAffW lil'l- - '"'' H'.M in and it is probable that nil the bids ''" question at issue between the Urit-i- sh accenting tho upward movements. llu))i imiiinnii 1'iilii,'''iV-,;imorit that it requires no exertion to fiivi'i iiriiui- iiml wi'iiisuo Ml Ministry and the Colonists, gave Continue this for thirty seconds. will bo accepted. All of thee Steam- secure subscribers, and this is a good 1 sMm, i:rii:.r h w iini Vnri'lnmAr iiUVHi! U'HuP Mini lefctfiitva lo ships will curry the American flag chanco for some of our musical young rise between tho Whig and Tory Holding the cauo as before, push the iilt'.t'JMHily. I'll) in nclll'iUIUMiK In )iiiu iiivii liav, wf H( ''. and bo oflioorcd by Americans. Anparties. Those wore the names of arms straight abovo the head, full people to get a piano fur nothing, other result of tho legislation of tho 9iKMi.'r I'nlrui OHice '1'ieAiuiKon. U O tho two political parties iu England, length, taking long, full breathe. Cou,. Croup, Wlioopinx t'outf Imnd billion dollar Congitss, tiuuo' this for thirty socmids tflore, ., W.Urlllln but they lost in America tho signifI'urr. At It llro.'a Drug Store. ftndWhiakeyBtblta "For tho tuusclpa. of the sides: With icance, which they had in the parent cured al home with, OWENSVILLE, IND. out lull u. liook of par. tho qrms. a,t full length above tho THAT 1I.ICKIM. t'OVflll ran hi o country. Tho line of difference, tlcuiaraaent rHEE, Health in this community is good, tjuk-kl- cured byMhiloli'a i'nre. We ximmntn U.M.UOOI.LKY.U.I). the parties for, the first fjlecii head nud tho hands grasping the cauo Wh)iio(UIIUii A Uro. Hold ly Since our last we have had a mat- 1. IOpi-cop- al Atth-naof ion WASHINGTON. Of IntOtOSt to Schools. last exercise, far ns possi- ble; time, thirty seconds. 'Hero pause and take two long, deep breaths of five seconds ench. LW' -- .v. "'fe(?ii! H.-.- iBd J iSSSS Lfc2n: oar-ol- d me-'cu- "To strengthen the forearm; Grnsp the cane in the middle with ono hand and extend it at arm's Icngth.on n level with the shoulder. Then twist tho cane back nud forth, like the spokes of a wheel, for twenty seconds. Then change hands nnd repeat for twenty seconds moie. This will also strengthen tho grip. "For tho legs, ankles and knees: Grasp tho cano again with both hands, as iu tho first exercises, nud with arms fully extended from the shoulders, straight out in front, drop the body to a sitting position, by bending the knees and ankles. Raise the heels from the floor in going down, and after coming up again to full heigh on tho heels, rise on the tips of the toes. Continue this slowly for forty-fi- ve seconds. ATTORNEY AT LAVJ HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. iiN.tf. (JLrNN, Grlonas. 2L3ci tSs "Wedding, J, n, n. wrnniMi HARTFORD, KY. (f)lHce, over nderHoii'n lliirimr.) Will priii tlee their prnfo.ilnn in nil llio o Uliioniidiuljiilnln;! I'fiimtlp., nnd eimrt of Appeal rliieeialaltr'iiiinn linen lo prnelioi- - nnd Mnaiy Jamas Will prnctleo li' j&.. SDOiitlx, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. profi-mloIn Ohio and nnd tlio eoiirt of Appenla. hpecia fttleittlnnKiri'ii locollwtlonn. Oilico north mJe public tiquarc. t2 Tlr K. !. OUFFV. C3-iiff- ' II. I). fc!N(SO. tSs jRing-o- , Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil courts of Ohio .indmllrtining romitle, niul.tajEuptxtor Cpurt nnd Court of Collection, nnd nil Icgnt luinineM attended o er Aiidvraon'a llitaar, Hurt-forto. Otllce, ,No. l.'y. 2 7ly ! . land-owno- rs, n, i, llt En-glnt- ul, ).-a- r but-H- o ' school-buildin- gs al-- , . I re lll m NFWNOMF hm m W ';": V'f ir (.... ', "Th6 fnrthcryougodown the more severe will this exorcise be. Don't go down far till you are use to it. It gives tho heart a good deal to do, and AnORNEY-AWAshould not be executed too rapidly. "Here pauso again and take two long deep breaths, five seconds each. "For strengthening the neck and straighening sto'oped shoulders: Drop ' at-La-w, tho cane and clasp both hands back of the tp of tho bend. XSLy- Let tho elbow (Offlco In Crowiler Ilnlldlnff.) point straight forward. Drop the Will prnetlcn hi profc.ion In nil the eourl ol head forward and down so that the Ohiolilnnd ndoinin counlle. ANn otliry I'll It- rtnlKly chin touches tho chest. Pull on nrms so as to put a tension on tho" neck 3M. Ij..23:ea-xia3.- , muscles and then push the head back A'lTORNEY AT LAW, of an erect position. Throw the chest forward as tho head and should-- ' Will practice hliproroMon in nil llio Court ol ers go back. Continue this for thirty Ohio nnd ndjolniui; count lc, nnd in llio Court seconds. If the head is thrown back ApHiiK Rpwlnl ntlentlon given lo collection. of OIHce, over WIIIIiiih, licit. t Co' with the chin held down, wo can hardly help standing erect. "Take two more long, deep breath", Perry Westerfield Rosino, Attorney Hartford. Ey. ilrn-lci- five seconds each. Wa&ihe pTOnt I fii mm Ag exits liVantcd! bad "For kneading the lower part of tho bowels, stirring up the kidneys and Hirer and preventing constipation, stand erect and kick al tho chest with eaoh kneo alternately, bringing the knee up as high and as close to the body as possible. Continue this for twenty-fi- ve seconds. This gives practically a Swedish message to the bowels. "Pauso now nnd tnko two long, full breaths, fivo seconds each." A mm ftsr't! mMmi'i ttiin :& wa DENTIST. OFFICE OVERBED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds Dental work at roasonublo prices. of. Great Family. o ww at? ih. s whitps 20 'mm WfiI innr-ried- Lucas Negeiras Paez left his homo in Spanish Gallicia seventy-twyenrs ngo to seek his fortuno in America. A few weeks ago ho returned thero to pass tho remainder of bis life. He landed at Barcelona with his whole family. whch consists of sixteen daughters, of whom six are widows nine arc married, and 0110 is single; twenty-thresous, of whom four aro widowers thirteen are married, and e tmmiiTip aw ZbVTTW r?SialB Jffel AT T mt&c cmo J-K- six nro single, thirty-fou- r granddauh-ter- s, of whom three are widows, twenty THE UEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND mAmm .pleasant ifitS&35 flUf isfia mssstast V r di - I 1 1) " Earon T NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. two married, and nino single; forty-8o.v- cn My doctor tars It octt cently on tha stomwh, Hvrr grandsons, of whom four are tn.t kl.1coe.ndUapleuiant ux&tlw. Ihl drink aIs madtf from herbs, and li preprui forosaMewUr iw. ltlieaUett widowers, twenty-si- x aro married, and soveutcon aro siugle; forty-fivAlldrueirtitnellltntEOc.andll.OOapackaee. If yreat granddaughters, of whom two Touennniiti;etU,aani1vourad(lrcsaforfreaaiiinplo. Lauc' Famllr Medicine move tbe b.wclaeaeai day. tnordi.rtouehMiltliy,li)J.l.nijO,nry. addma. OltATOU 1". WOOUWAUW, i,uor,M. V. ure married aud forty-threnro single; thirty-niu- o great grandsons all 3iugle; three great great grandsons, and seve.TT IS A DTITY yon own rpnraelf nil fkm-l- y lo net llio bet nluo tor your money. nty-two and duughters-in-law- . Kconoinlzo In )ourfootirriir bypnrchaalnr LV. I.. Ilniifrlfiw Mlmf... ivlilrli rt.rf.ant tlil Tnlnp Iu all it is a family of 279 beat tcallfy. for prices naked, a tboiuand will persons. $5.00 .$3.00 This great great grandfather was .42.511 44.00 $2.00 married three times, and has bad 43.50 uaaa 1 roituoict: nine sons, six of whom appearthirty 42.50 Hii $2.00 ed in pairs. The is seventy 42.25 VV WJM 1 '41.75 roR BOYS years of age, and, had wventecn sons, 42.00 41.75 fifty-fo- ur tho oldest of whom is years old, or fortynfour years older than his PSSES undo, the last bom sou of old man Pacz. The head of the family is ninety threo years old and still hearty. CQ BBarHa bcnibcman, Ho is erect broad shouldered and alert. SHOEmTHEYiORtOFCR THE HONEY. Ho is a steady smoker and drinks wine THE BEST Hl'KCIAITir.S In footwear aro ot OTllUlt the aamo high irrade, and repreaeat a money value. Seo moderately. Ho has a largo fortune, far bearociampeil on charged. each that uaiao ami end the prleca ahne. bottom uf iirloa TAKKNOMUllSTITCTK. and Is said by the Barcelona dailies to W. Ii. Douulua, Ilrocltlou, Jlluaa. Bold .by now a great bide and leather establishHOOKER & TABOR, ment in Boston, His whole business Kesiiic, Ky is managed by him aud his sons. Tho ship in which tho family was trasport-t- o Barcelona is tho property of tho fathorotall, and is commanded by ono of the grandsons. e ANE'SMEDICIHE o sous-in-lu- w K first-bor- n .kS W. L. DOUGLAS fiuor ..fR. 111 VIM.YOII Nl'I'FKIt Lliercoinphlntt Nhiluh'a ltli pjapcpxm A nn o cure you. Nold by Z. Win lie fiallliu liu. er. Minion' Vllalliirlavlmt ion mill for in lion, loaanf appetite, liulnea, nnd nil symtoiita rl l))pepaiH, Price ID and 74 eta per noltlentZ. Witj nu Orlttln A llro. NI.GIU'I.KSSMHIIT dyforjou. For wilubvZ. Hint terrible, couuli. Nliiloli'a Cure mndo ml.eruble b I the reine. VnuoOrllliii A llro, 1 H ui'iiiakJ'lVIll fcv.li npil 1 1 wl l p1 e llltl!M(!:.KMN, or tile I.KU'OU irr i J trans-Actio- IIAIIIT, Cured nt Hume In Ten l)ny by iKliiiliiUterliiif Or. HiiIih-h- ' Uolilcii Spec I He. beor ncupof cotree It can lio ulrrn or leu, or In Mod, uifhout the knoleiUo uf llw mlient. llu.bolutcly liiruleai, und will uffect nnd upecdy nre, nUellicr llio u iio.lereniteilrlnkerornn nloohollo wreck. II lii lf n,KlH'U. ina tKulid cae, atul III evIt never ery, rn.au it peifitt euro, haa followed. flls. Tho )tein oueo liiiprexnilcd with tho iecinn, it Uvumea an utter liupolblllty for tho (,'nnrnleed, U liHUoruppelllo In Mint. Cnrea page liook of pnrltcular free, Addrea IheUOLIi-i;NNI'EC'iriCO. ldil HACK Htroct BEST HBODIEsEveryDesirable MANY tXCLUSJVELY fl" liialiof Improvement ITJ UWM. - Handsome. ?lwiivr;fft . la WRr" FUGANTLY piVETEfiRS PlNISHED r.ac aiiiav.x SEE OUR OSSSJZiS jGENT OR Iff'i'SfriTEs rc:t nmwr tt A Hi T.!ll!MlLlatl ' rfllUI. - i."iA 'LlTlt'J-W1 vzn-- t -' I E.'-- I bo,-tw- eou JiIloelWXWWtehali:, '.. rNVf." i.-ALlVLAOENTViaMTtniMUV':! v - SiW. I J.'l ! Jl-.1- l t.ti '. County candidates to cd States and wns npproved by Gcorgo committees. ponn receiving tliu report "until after speak. All others invited: r, Washington, 3 tho election." Judge Onto had, Sulphur Springs, Monday, Sopt.ll). K it is in violation of itny constitunroparcd liis viows in tliu form PUBLISHED UVKUY FHIDAY HOHNINU. Rosine, Tuesday, Sept. 20. is Unit of the United States. of a report, which the other Demo- tion it not Homo Branch, Thursday, Sept. 22. is n manifest violation of tho con- on the committee lefusod to sub- - It crats K.JIHT mid Proprietor. JO. n. KOUI'.IIN, Haven's Store, Friduy.Scpt. 23. Tin ll,nrnrnr aavik tllPlll ' MltlltlOII of tho Confederate States. .!!... . ' Select, Saturday, Sept. . that is what they recognise FRIDAY, SFPTBMBElt 10, 11)02. out to the public as his own private instru.uent-a- ud Cromwell, Monday, Sept. 20. never did -- and views after tho advantages for laves - ' iioT operating under It. Prentice, Tuesday, Sept. 27. It authorized to annouce bad. Because these wo are We ure tiimtion he had n i ton-nt flfttirii lii tit fii ttin VitJiatltid nrtttina Hartford, Monday, Oct. 3. """" E. P. NEAL, views aro not such as to mane goou "Centertown, Tuesday, Oct. 4. ot the Union, commanded by Grant Of Prentis, Ohio county, as a caudi campaign material, Colonel Jones, Point Pleasant School, ucnr Win. Sherman, and the constitution of date for Commonwealth's Attorney of the St. Louis RrpuUle, and other Tichenor's at night, Oct. 4. of the Sixth Judicial District of Ken- niluential iii.w iln- - WashinKtonnndLiucolnw.issust.iiu are tucky, composed of tho counties of Equality church, Wedncsday,0ct.5. cd, which from its birth time until Ohio, Hancock, Daviess and Mc- manding thatOates ought to be defeatCcralvo, Thursday, Oct. 0. and justified the now, has recognized and that he is not Lean. Klcction, Novemder 8, 1802. ed for Rockport, Friday, Oct. 7. principle of a protective tarill. HamDea good Democrat. It is not good Tayli)rtowiiSchoolhou8e,Sat.,Oct.8, ilton and Madison, Jcllersou mid mocracy to speak the truth. Boda, Monday, Oct. 10. Clay and Webter, Adams and Woodward Valley Church, TuesKOH PHiaiDKST, Baisnjht will open his Jackson always asserted and main Cor,. C. M. Hartford Republican how-eve- Murks tho Opening of tho 3EP7EHBER nml 1ST . FALL WINTER TRADE. Wo offer for your inspection n In. Hc,rtf orc3L, :E5.y. TTv" SS FIRM Pwly LARGE -- 'lt - STOCK -- Of New nnd Desirable Goods FIRST-CLA- nt "" - - Very Reasonable at the Prices STORE n..,,(. UN M GROCERY STORE.- We keep constantly oil hand a full antf complete Line of Grocer- Republican Ticket. 11ENJAMIN Cal-boo- n, HAltmSON. Of Indiana, viui: pkkhidknt, tor WHITELAW KEID, Of New York. KOH COSHKUSS C. M. BARNETT, Of Ohio County. m FOH rillUltlFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR CIHCUIT IIOIIRT Cl.KIDC, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. A vote for Harrison means Protection and prosperity; a vote for Cleve land.Free Trade aud poverty. Tub Hardin County Fair is in pro gresa at Elizabetbtowii this week. Large crowds, line stock and good races are the features. The Herald openly admits that the State is in a "miserable condition of affairs." So it is and the Democratic party alone is responsible. The Fair Company are making great efforts for the most successful in ec tine ever held in the county. Fine and fast stock will be on exhibition Time, and a good time is expected. Sept. 28 to Oct. 1. is a big week for the army of the Cumberland. Thousands of old soldiers gathered at Chickamaug.i to take part in tho great reunion. The This 17th Kentucky is represented by our own gallant Capt. S. K. Cox. Go veiinok Buchaan, of Teniies see, lias decided to run as an indethe pendent candidate for regular Democrats have refused him He and Grover a rcnomination. Cleveland will run in the State on the platform "Clemency to murderers when they are of the chivalry." Miss Josie Duke has been nominated as the Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Schools in her new home, Livingston Montana. It is only to bo regretted that such an able and deserving woman ns Miss Josie should have such bud politics, but she will make an excellent ofliccr it elected. teachers and pupils of the various schools in the county prepare to celebrate Columbus Day on October 21st,inst.,with appropriate exercises. It is a great National event and a rare opportunity to instill a love of country in tho minds of tho children. Let schools that can procure one raise a flag on that day in honor of the greatevent that is meant to bo cele bratcd together with tho great strides in civilization that have arisen us a result ot tho great discovery. See program on outside. j Let tho tuiued the constitutionality of protec- day, Oct. U. tion. Buford, Wednesday, Oct. 12. Is Cleveland a better constitutional Rells Run, Thursday, Oct, 13. Beaver Dam, Friday, Oct. 14. lawyer than Jefferson; is Vilas more Tin: only difference between a learned than Malls m; Wattcrsnu McIIenry, at night, Oct. 14. Democrat anil nn English patriot is more profound than Clay; Adlui Magan, Monday, Oct. 16. that the Englishman is in England, Stevens n better expounder of the iKtuavillc, Tuesday, Oct. 17. while the Democrat is in this country. Constitution than Andrew Jackson; Panther Creek Church, Wednesday, nre all of them combined sa,fcr inter Oct. IS, The poisoning of Mrs. Shcrrell, of peters of that gieut instrument than Haynesville, Thursday, Oct. 11). Louisville, has created considerable the Supremo Court of the United Fordsvile, Friday, Oct. 20. interest throughout tho State, as Mr. States, which has never failed when Shreve, Saturday, Oct. 21. Shcrrell Is a prominent travelin g man called upon to sustain the constution-nlit- y Speaking begins at 1 o'clock, p. m. and well known. of a proteetivo turifl? All other candidates ure respectfully invited. WoodTixsi.ey, We learn tho Third Party is kickTo the Toachor3 in tho flosine Ch'm'iiRop.Com. ing about tho big bargain and sale Magisterial Distnot. F. 1'IUTI.B, hunthoy arc making with tlnso two Mr. A. Lee. Bennett wu. nppointed Ch'm'ii P. P. Com. dred supposed ofticeloving Democrats by our Superintendent, to arrange a Rowan Homihook, andRepublicans.Don't kick,if the shoe programme for the first Teachers' Ch'ni'n Dcm.Cum. pinches, wear it Meeting in our district. Mr.Beuuctt, They Played Ball. on liccouut of the late date on which We acknowledge the receipt of a he will begin teaching, has According to arrangements tho requoated complimentary ticket to thcOhioCouu-tme to act for him in this capacity. Oweusboro Baseball Club came over which convenes September Fair, After consultation with some of the to Hartford lust Saturday and met the 28, 29, 30 aud October 1. The Fair teachers, 1 havu decided to call the McIIenry team. From tho begiuing promises to be good, nnd everybody first meeting at Sulphur Springs. it was seen that tho McIIenry club should attend and help unntoiu this Mrs. Morton hns kindly offered us the was getting the worst of it, and it wns worthy cutcrpnse. Use of the hall and grove, aud 1 think only a very short while until the Oweusboro club had so far exceeded that as you can spend the diy both pleasantAn English paper remarks the McHenry's in scores thnt it was their elections nre over it would be ly and profitably. It has been imposimpossible for them to win. The score exceedingly wise for all English edi sible for me to obtain a list ofall the stood Owcnsboro, 22; McIIenry, 7: tors and speakers to bo entirely mum teacher, in tilt) district, hut 1 hope all in America, will lie prtsent, ready to take anno, about the state of uflaiis List of Appointments. We forfcar that in their efforts to further live pai tin all the discussions. Col. C. M. Barnott will address, the interests of Free Trade through invite the teachers connected with tho naonloof tboFourtli CoiiL'ression- their willing ally, tho Democratic other organizations to meet with us, ill District at the followiujr wiuisd party, they may do the cause more on Saturday, Septermbor 24, and times mid places: harm than good by appearing just a help us to nniko the first meeting a Miiinfordsvlllo, Mon. Sopt.ll), 1 p- - in. little too much mtcicsted in American success. The program is as follows: Greonsbiirfj, I hurs. ropt. 22, 1 p Devotional Exercises R. D. BenWho says these papers aro politics. opt. J4, 1 p. in. C.impbellsylleat. actuated by honorable motives? Who nett. Mon. Sept. 2(1, 1 p. in. Lebanon, Organization. is it so blind that ho will not see that L Springfield, Wed. Sept. 23, I p. in. Object and Importance of TeachEngland is attempting our downfall? Bardstown, lliurs. Sept. 20, p. in. ers Meetings G. V. Miller, The People's Party has reached NOON. that stago of decline where it has set Grammar D. II. Godsey. up an i.i:ur secret organization, with Belle Whittinghill. Arithmetic J. S. Fitzliugli. grips, passwords, signs, and the like. It is said to have been this compact Geography J, D. Oliver, Bertha : organization withiu the People's ParFelix, A. R. Renfrow. Ri;oj,i. Educational Journal ty that controlled the recent convention at Omaha and forced Weaver Mis J. A. Wedding, Civil Government F. M. Petty. upon the convention. The oath which members are required to take is ironRecitation Hortensc Paget. clad and cuds"should I wilfully break The Teachers' Duty Lucy B. a this oath I hereby surrender my bodj Towusend. to the just vengence of the members first-clas- s Physiology Dr. II. V. limn. This edifying orgnni-zitio- u of this oid'-r.Allow me to suggest that the teachis known ns the "Band of Giders select some of their students to preeon" and chose for its first Jcrubuul, pare recitations, for by this means we or Mighty Chief Gideon, Congress- interest puieuta and students Hi our man Livingston, of Georgia, who has work. A place on tho program will doubtless hail experience in Kn Klux be given to nny student who will take organizations that stood him in good part. Allow me to urge upon all the markstead in devising nil the mummery teachers, the importance of attending that characterizes this organization. the first meeting, Resp'y, Luijy B. Townsenii. canvass next Monday at M urn fords-villa largo crowd is hoped for and expected. c, y 1 IMPORTED SUITINGS From the fashion centres of Europe. AMERICAN FABRICS In new and beautiful patterns. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS In fall and winter novelties. Our inline on nn,', 1'iii'knup BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices nii-iii- ies, such as Sugar, Coffee. Canned Goods, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. LARD - AND FRESH - BREAD Always on hand in abundance. Give us a call and get the worth of your money. TP.4j o,000 Full ami Winter Cloaks, Latest Styles, $2.o0 to$Jo each. Av., Louisville, Ky. C.E. Overstreet&Co 238 Fourth In abundance. You have only to see our stock to buy. Call us for anything in our line. on Respectfully, he Twentieth -al Stitement OP THK- - HOOVER & ASHLEY. (Succet-xo-r to O. T. Wentcrfield.) UK At I OF HARTFORD , In1 Clusp ill llll-ll- lt' 30, ISU, Juno RESOURCES. Rills discounted Real e.-tate S5!),.'117.0! IJ.OOO.OO jj57VlANUFACTURER; j Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Uonds I,:t41.07 i Debts in suit Cnshonhnnihvin other b'ks 40,120.7!) 81tl.'),2:).0!) LIABILITIES. $.'10,000.00 Capital Htock 70,70 V20 Deposits 15.0.") Due other Banks Dividend 4 per cl.declared 1,200.00 22.").00 Fund to par taxes Profit ami loss .V8 4.S4 $10:,82;5.0!) ftHD R'frAlSWECj tMrUhrr W Sen frfc--kr & Q LP. lfiy' MENTION Thi s Paper I fnHIrlV iMMr fj. & r rr v.ijavifiraLEi0i,miiMJURi.'i MiV1'l'C- - rn I. S. K. Cox, swear the above to lit correct. "o, K. Cox, PitiymuNT. Sworn to before mej this Juno 150, A.T.N.M.i.. D.C.O.C.C. Field. - - livery Stable 1802. BW1ES, VEHICLES, CARTS. NticeT E-s- A Free Trader on Wages Mr. Edward Atkinsou, u freo a Cleveland .Democrat, said in the May Forum: "There has never heeu a period in the history of this or any other coun try when the general rate of wages was as high as it is now or the prices of goods relatively to the wages as nor a period low as they are The federal tax on the currency of when the workman, in the strictest State banks ha been a thorn in the sense of the word, has w fully securside rf the States rights Democrats ed to his owu use aud enjoyment such The Democratic a steady and progressively increastor many yeui:. n constantly increasplatform now advocates itsiepcaland, ing proportion ot ing product.'' in ed'eet, a return to the old wild-c- at The sumo gentleman ill tho Boston system of currency issued by State Herald suys: banks. Secietary of tho Treasury, "Since 188') there bus been n markn, Foster, in his first speech of the ed increase in the rate of wages or has shown that every panic in earnings ofall occujratiousof every kind the country's history followed an in- above the grade ot common laborers. of So fur as the writer bus been ublo to flation of currency by the over-iss- ue this advance in rates No one ever obtain the datu, estimated State bunk circulation. at from 10 of wages may bo lost a dollar on national bunk circula to 20 per cent., as compared with the J he people will put a seal ot rates of 1880, the piopoliornate ad tion. vance in each case being in rutin to condemnation on the project to rethe relative skill required in the work. wild-cbunks. store The wages of the common laborer advanced very much, but he Congress has not have not rendered able to buy more The Democratic has been yet offered to repeal the McKinley for his wages oil account ot the re law, and it has not proposed auy duction in prices. The skilled laborer measure to take its place by which tho has secured tho highest rate of wages in this or nny other people may judge of the merits of tho ever known and can also buy more for Of course couutry, nlaus of the two parties. The advocate of free each dollar. this was done simply thut tho party trade who denies this advance makes might not bo committed to anything a mistake.'' trad-eruny, cam-paig- d George Bradley Dead. I'r.iiikfoit ('Ajntnl. George Bradley, only son of Col. Win. O. Bradley, died at the family residence in Lancaster, Ky., Friday, T.J.MORTON &C.H.HA.M1LI0N. George Bradley of typhoid fever. was educated at the Kentucky MiliRemembered. tary Institute uenr this eitv, und was Hum iinl Hum-Courimt, a gentleman of intelligence nnd popuThe following from the Richmond, larity. The bereaved father aud fam- Ky., Climax, concerns a young man ily have tho earnest sympathy of who spent one year in Howard, along in the eighties, in Lnwcr Douthitt's many personal friends. m Having secured the privileges from the Ohio County Fnir Company, we wish to say to our friends aiid the public that we propose setting Sa, r iYm 1 table every day during tho Fair for the small sum of '.s:tCi J5S Will 25c per men!. fS7 keep everything to be had in tho FAST 4 LINE et. So why bother yourselves bringing KtssfiSOrt m your dinners when rass&srTMsSH5fcr Jx you enn get a good warm one for 25c? CASEBIER'S 'BUS f 5 dividend of SI.00 A per share was thi- - day declared, payable on and after July 5, 18SJ2. aWjjt HliX ' w mm t-.j . -- Dealer in Horses, Hcies, Carriages, Hoad Morsws Curt, Oweiuboro Wo "Saddle or I lumen forsalo or hlro at nil tlmei.t -- MEETS ALL DAILY 2D0ES THE FINEST AID CIIEAPESTSl OTNTJE3 TO ALL. FRIOES BLACKSMIXHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of FannHorso-shoein- g - Notice Republicans. Tho Republicans of Grayson county are requested to meet at the Court House in Lcitcl'field, nn tho fourth Monday in this month, (the 2Gth day) at one o'clock p. in. to reorganize tljc Republican Committee, caused by the creation of the new precincts and to organize u IlarrUon and Raid Club on that day. Hoping all Republicans will attend lam, Resp'y Dan O'Rii.iiv, Chairman. oflice: "Tho Republican convention of the Fourth Kentucky district at nominated C, M. Burnett, of Ohio county, for Congress. Mr. Baruetl attended Ayers' Aecademy at College Hill in this county n' few years ago. Ho is a brilliant young hum, but unfortunately llong-- i to the wnmg side to wju thb tjmo as the district is overwhelmingly Democratic, Jf e is ope of the leading young Republicans of tho State being but iju years 01 ngc. Eliza-bethto- EM IS THIRD ALIKE. ing Implements on hand. Call on him. SPECIAL Given ATTENTION Public. J. Beaver Dam, Ky. D. WILLIAMS. to the Traveling i Conoco Days only. Happenings. Judge II. W. English and Entertained. his accomElizu-bethto- definite and thut the people might be befooled by different promises in different places, to suit the desire aud demands ot the people in each place. Hut tho nation is well informed that the return to power of the Democrat ic party means the repeal of protective laws and the admission of floods of products of cheap foieign labor. Protection and Constitution. llOVIJKNOlt MCKINJ.KY. Protection unconstitutional! A policy which is us old as the government; a policy which commenced with the government; a policy which was recognized in the second act ever passed by tho Congress ot tho Uuited States, by a Congress participated in Thkih: was a howl of exultation by many of the frumors of tho Conwent up from the Democrats all over stitution, fresh from the preparation the country at tho time of tho unfor- and promulgation ot that great iustru That Congress passed a law tunate outbreak of violence at Home-atea- d. incut. Democratic leaders, in Con- in 1780, the preamble of which degress aud out, did not hesitate to say clared it to be: "For the support of the govern? that the event offered excellent cam material. Ho they sent a com- jueut, for the discharge of the debts of paign mittee of tho House off to Homestead the United States, and for tho encouragement mid protection of to investigate and work up tho material. Judge Oatcs, of Alabama, a That law was passed by u unaniDemocrat, was chairman of this comAfter the Investigation it mous vote in tho Senate of the United twenty-eight- h. mittee. was seen that affairs at Homestead of States, and bv a majority of five to fered nothing in the way of material one ill tho House of Representatives, Fublie Speaking. List of appointments as agreed uplor the Democratic campaign, so it was rcportod by Mr. Madison, who was determined by the House to post-- 1 was afterwards President of tho Uuit- - on by tho Chairmen of the varjou Vice-preside- plished wife did a very courteous part by a number ou friends ut the They Fair Wednesday. had spread n sumptuous dinner, which at their very kind invitation was par-tak- en of by the following named: Dr. W. G. Hunter, Bowling Greeu; S. Calvin Tuylor, Col. C. M. Burnett, Judge E. D. Walker, Wm. Milligun, A. T. Null, Rowan Holbrnok, R. D. Walker and Jo. B. Rogers, Hurtford, till of whom enjoyed the reception limit heartily. Judge English is an elegant gentleman and U County Judge of Hardin of tho Fnir county and Cumpany, and n brother to Mrs. E.D. Mis. English Walker, of this city. is n highly cultured lady of great mental and moral worth, nnd it goes v;thuut enying that both wid bo most kindly remeinbcred by those who enjoyed their genftrous hospitality. September the . Wo hope evorv one is us mtoros-t- e I in oducation us we nro. Our a.iliool is moving along in tho best Since our lust wo way possiple. have had quite a number of visitors mid several now students. Our visitors of last wook woro MoKinuoy, Mrs. .1. B. Flutchor, Tenii; Mis. ,1. W. Oliver and little daughter, Muriel, Eddyvillo; Misses Funnio Cusobior, Ruth Coombos, Flora Rosy, city; . Corda Purdy, Mattie Vur.illi. Louisville; Abbio . .1 w i .1 ir iUUftricu aim .ins., iir . ii. luung, Corsicitnu, Toxas, and Marvin Bean, city. Rov. J. R.McAfoo, of Elktou, Ky., and Miss Ilattio Galloway, Ilondor-so- n county, entered sohool last week, nnd Mr. Harry Pruden, Curdsville, Ky., matriculated Tuesday morning of this week. Miss Kntim Fair attended General Exeicisjs Wodnesday morning. Dr. Al winder's talk Monday morning vrai fino and enjoyed by all of tho ttu louts. Mr. Vcu.ig, Grayson county, was visitor to our school a welcomo Tuesday. Prof. Richard Foster conducted General Exercisos Wodnosd ay morning and made a good talk. IHKfi first-clas- Tnoroiich, riw'.r., rrnctlcl In.lriicllon ilr n.iUtnl to twill I v. Gradu. rue iq SrJl & Mn Jste jftjo-,?i- win, Our Qetvi's Phaeton, . t ROOMY, LIGHT. ELEGANT. Also keeps a Li very s JK7Aend for catalogue of our full Hue of two a ad and Feed Stable, where you can have your Horses Fed, and gel (lie besl of rigs day or nighl. Leave your ders will. or- - roiir.wliccledwotk. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, III. BETTER KNOWN AS THE PALMER HOUSE. Newly Fornfthed. Rates $1-0- 0 per day. Metis 25c .East eido Frederica, between Main and tho IUver, Oweniboro, Ky. MRS. CJMS. ROB Y, MRS, C. E. WILLING HAM,Propt. mm i sin t- & -- HC Y FAIR BROS. They Are Here! & CO. No baits nor chromos nt Fnir Bros, Co. Solid bargains is their induce, incuts. PERSONAL A. 0. Yeiscr is attending tho Hardin county Fnir. E. W.Tuylor,Grccnville,was in town Saturday nnd Sunday. C. E. Walker nnd family lcavo for Louisvillo O. T, McIIenry returned from Louisvillo Tuesday night. W. II. Nowcomb, Beda, made our office a pleasant call Tuesday. Albert McCrocklin went to Ow'cns-bor- o Monday returning Tuesday. B. F. Gray, Beaver Dam, returned' from Louisvillo Wednesday night. attended Col. 0. M. Burnett the Hardin county Fair this week. James L. Rowo, McIIenry, called at our ollico whilo iu town Saturday. Mis. Sueatin llcndrix, Bremen, Ky., is visiting the family of Jesse Potter. Miss Josio Bell, Buford, is visiting Mrs. S. B. Howard, ut the Hartford it A Orand Barboouo Of two dnys.ncar Cool KnriiigChurch, Friday and Saturday, September 23d and 24th, A spjendid dinner will ho served, refreshments of all kinds, swinging, dancing and nil sorts of amusements. Hon. J. C. Roberts, of Tennessee, and other good speakers will address the peoplo on Friday, nnd tho candidates for tho various district nnd county offices will nddress tho peoplo on S.iturdnv. Como one, como all. S. II. Haws, Prop NO ENTRANCE "fwto"any rings, so there will bo nothing to lose nnd all to win i(t tho Fair. Don't forget to look over our entire stock of mens, boya nnd children clothing nt Knhn's. naerson s isazaar. As the fall season is upon ns, ono usually looks around to seo whoro thoy can got tho best goods for tho lenst money, and in doing so, sau monoy. Wo desiro of tho r Not drives by moonlight for there is no "moonshine" about this but "drives" on special lines of If you nro behind with us come in, pay up nnd a year in nd'vanco nnd go to tho Fnir one dny free. Now is your chance to look nt tho newest styles of Ladies Wrappers nnd Cloaks at lowest figures. Kaiin. Don't fail to seo our new lino of Dress Goods before buying. Caiwon it Co. 20 yards heavy cotton, $1.00. 20 yards best bleached cotton. $1. 20 yards best calico, 81. KahN. Bo honest to yourself nnd you will be kind to your borne, nud havo Case bier it Burton feed him when iu town. to say that wo havo a carefully soloctod slock most stylish goads and at tho PRICKS. LOWEST Notico to Log Mem. now ready to contract for uml will bo in Hartford on Mondays and Saturdays. Will bo glnd to inuko prices to thoso who contemplate cutting legs. W. II. Mooiti:. GOtf Agt. John A.Rcitz it Sons. I am s caw-log- POSSIBLE DRESS' GOODS. In this lino wo aro completo and at surprisingly low prices. Wo havo tho most stylish goods to bo had in tho East, and all wo ask is for you NEW NOW FALL COMES GOODS es-speciul Boardors Wanted. Ten or twelve young gentlemen can get board during tho next school year nt Gross Williams'. to inspect our That have been selected with care to the wants of the people of Unrtford. And stock liuforo buying. Wo havo tho latest in Bluo Storm Serges, Cashmeres, Henriettas, Bluo Flannols, &c. Town Taxes. Thoso who havo not paid their town taxes are earnestly requested to 1 must make settledo so nt ouce. ment soon and your prompt action in the matter will ho appreciated and will save time and trouble. Rcs'y, W. P. Tiiomam. House. M. Cnsobier and son, Master Clarence, returned from Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Riley, Kinderhook, who has been quite ill for some time is some better. OUR DISPLAY. J. event in the commercial .annals of our beautiful town. Fine Millinery, OUH It is an Born, to tho wifo of C. R. Campbell, Sunday, tho 11th inst, a girl. Dr. L. T. Cox attending physician. Wo havo just recoUod our immonso is tho nicest lino over brought to town. ZLilli.e:E37. stock and it LEADERS ARE . . Dress Goods, Fall Wraps, Fine Goods, Clothing. But these are simply features in the General Plain. We can show you the handsomest line of No- tions. Latest Novelties, that were ever introduced in Ohio county, besides the largest line of Prints, Ginghams,Bleachand Brown Cotton, Shirtings, Bed Tickings, Jeans, Yarns, Bed Comforts, Lin- seys at prices that down competition. Farmers purchasing large bills should call on us at once. , FAIR BROS. CO., Props., Bargains in Shoes nt Fair Bros, Co. Hartford Temple of Fashion. Mm! Furniiure ! ! it Buy your boys clothing at Fair Bro. it Co. Bend tho "ml" ol tho Golden Hole Store, Iiuisville. l.r)C 'J.rc Bed ticking, will hold at Fair Bros, it Co. water, bug- C. L. Field will cell you a nice gy and harness cheap. lime the hand, somcet Millinery in Hartford. Fair Bros, C. L. it Co. For General Ward Robes -- Field will sell you ngood Owens'ioro wagon for $30.00. mings are at Dressers, Suits,Rock-er- s or anything in the Finest line of dress goods nnd trinii Fair Bros, it Co. Furniture Boots nnd shoes, the best ever shown iu Ohio county nt Kahn's. Line, see T. J. MORTON. Don't fail to scoiur Carpets. Thoy nro very cheap. Saiu it Mi:. Our new every day. Goods are comiug in Ed. Barnes, of Hooker nnd Co., Mention tho Ri:. is iu the Eastern cities buying a fall stock of good?. l'UIIMCAN. Miss Rosa Taylor, Beaver Dam, Arrangements have been made to returned Wednesday night from n entertain n largo crowd at the Sun- pleasant visit to Louisville. day School Union at McIIenry toMiss Ella Hunter, Pleasant Ridge, morrow. and Miss Lulu London, Addison, nrc visiting Miss Artie Bennett. Casebicr it Burton will bo prepared to give your horse tho best of feed Shelby Taylor, of tho firm of Taylor nnd attention. So cnll on them and & Co,, Beaver Dam, is 111 the East buying new goods for his firm. bo convinced. J. Henry B. Carson, of Carson nnd Tho Pratt's Food to bo given away Co. who has been East purchasing n at the Fnir is now on exhibition at fall Btock of goods returned Tuesday. Williams, Bell it Co.s', who arc Miss May King, of Henderson ugents for the same. county, who has been visiting Miss Salhe Cate.left for her home Tuesday. Win. Milligan will address the Mrs. M. S. Rowo nnd daughter, Republican Club nt Bcda next Wednre the Miss Mabel, Greenville, nesday night. Everybody come nnd cuests of the fnmily of Henry Field. hear the old war horse. Miss Ollic Anderson, Kinderhook, for a tew weeks via-tSchapmirc has just received n big will lcavo ay friends and relatives in Owcnsbostock of Leather, Shoe Uppers nnd Shoe Findings. Lenvo your measure ro. Miss Laura Chnpezo has gone to with him for n good pair of shoes. Pnducah, whero she has accepted a There nroEO many who waste their position as teacher in the public breath blowing, but everybody knows schools. that we are leaders". G. T. Westerfield has accepted n position in J. W. Fori &Co's storo Kahn's Tkaui: Pai-acint Mc Henry. He left for thnt place Andersons Bazaar is tho cheapest yesterday. plnco in town or county to trade. One Mrs. Nannie Spalding, after spendpriccc to all U our motto. ing two weeks visiting friends and rel- a lives IU Saka it Mi:. reiurutu "tu- nesday night. Wo invite nil oor for mer friends to Mrs.Nannie Yonng.Corsicana.Tex., call on us before or during the Fnir, and sister, Mies Abbic Atherton, of nnd sec our many bargains in Dress Liverraore, visited friends in town SatSaka & Mi:. Goods,itc. urday nnd Sunday, Rev. G. J. Bean nnd daughter, Iu giring tho list of those who obAnnual certificates at the Mies Annie, will attend the Camp-bellsvtained first-cla- ss Conference, which meets at lccent examinations we neglected to next week. mention the uame of Mr. A. P. TayWin. Foster, Jr., will leave tiro lor. first of next week for Nashville, Tenn., Why is that some people arc nlw'nys where he will enter the Academic Vnnderlult Unihappy? Because they rido on Casc-bi- er Department of the versity. it Burton's 'busjevcrybody can be Charley Westerfield has accepted mado happy if they will. Come oue, a position in tho composing rooms of come nil. Charley isa tho Louisville Star. Tho New York Tribune or a com-- , bright boy, and wo wish him success, office. plimeutary ticket to tho Fair as you ns he learned tho trade in our chooo; with every new subscriber or A. T. Nail, Wm. Millignn, W. II. to every subscriber who pays up and Griffin, S. C. Taylor, F. W. Yeiser, Rowan Holbrook, nnd Uncle Warren a year in advance. Hardin tho attended Grifiin Old Hartford College never had a county fair at Kliznbethtowu this more auspicious beginning than this week. A large number of boarding year. Win. Franklin, W. M. Jnmes.Pren-tis- ; students havo matriculated and severTinioleon Mortou, Cromwell; Eli nnd Gideon Basham, Hiues Mill; al more ure yet to come. A.C. Hocker, South Carrollton, nnd Tho Racket Storo Shoe auction to Andrew Fnync.Cnlhoou, were in town No un(fair) trash to sell. Wednesday. morrow. Avenue, Louisville. to-do :. ille For sample dry goods Ly mail, send to tho Golden Rulo Store, 288 Fourth A Car Load Wheat Grower and Raw Bone just received. Call or send in your orders. Of Wo keep up with tho stylos nnd havo anything you want for fall and winter wear. , Miss Sara is now ready to servo you any time you call. Don't fail to call early, for sho will bo rushed for tho Fnir, and then you get first choico. M$ CARPETSM hao nnd feel sure you can find some- Hocker & Co. Wo havo just added this lino and invite you to call and seo whit wo thing to please )ou. 7. 1' lUkMKti, Prcct, Jo. 11. Habvik, Caidiler Of tho Condition of tho TRUNKS and VALISES. Wo best, any Beaver Dam hao tho handsomest lino in tho from county can soil you a Trunk or Valiso tho cheapost to tho DEPOSIT BANK At tho Close of Business April 23, 1892. I sio or stylo you want and at a bargain. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills $50,288.61 3,000.00 Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 Expenses Paid 502.97 Cash on Hand and in other Banks 28,040.01 884,027.59 Everybody knows that our lino of Shoos can't bo excelled any place. Tho Popular Anderson's Wear-forov- SHOES. Don't fail or Shoes can bo had in any stylo or pair sold undor a strict guarantee. wo havo sie. Every In ladios fine goods to try us wlion anythingyou want. you want shoes of any kind. As tho Ohio County LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Reserve Surplus Interest nnd Exchange Deposit Account Due other Banks 825,000.00 8G2.31 Fair is noar at hand, you ohoico fail should call eaily and inspect our stock, got first and havo the handsomest suit at tho Fair. como to see us. S.-A.I3--- .... 2,250.00 1 ,100.40 54,154.55 300.33 Don't to No troublo to show you goods. 884,027.59 In submitting tins we beg to state that our business has steadily grown each month since our opening, and by the most careful, watchfulness and n strict observance ofthe principles of the most conservative Banking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaint mice, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence thnt is being so liberally reposed in us. A. Sz, IvdIIEL Beaver Dam Roller Mills. N.N. &M.V.R.R. i. Caiuon it Co. If you want (he latest things in Dress Goods, call nt Anderson Bazaar. Conio and sec the finest line of cloth" ing nt remarkable low prices nt Knhn's All shoes warranted as represented. Old fair Como and get bargains. Shake km Down, dealer, Auctioneer. Col. J. S. R. Wedding will address TItAttB I.EAVR IIRAVKIl HAM. TRAINS OOISO WEST. N..I, Wll andEiprc tie. . 12.10 11.30 r.x. r. . 7, MmetrJ Kipreta TRAINS C.OINO n.l No. I, Mall LiiiiltcdKiprri.il No. I, KA8T. Kiftm.. MSr. a. 3 l . 1893." FltfDAY, SHFrEMBEU Ql, Trade with Carson Trado with Fair Schnpmiro Buy a new is fe Co. Urns. & Co. soiling loU of Shoes. & Co. lint of Carson Buy your Millinery at Fair Bros A Co. 10c black Cottoned; Co. -- 80 nt Fair fc Bros. Others blow; Fair Bros. tho goods. You can find what Carson & Co. Co. sell you want a re- See the nico Shoes Schapmirc is ceiving for fall. 3 yards irj .Shaker Flainiel $1.00 nt are doing tho Fair Bros, it Co. p" Bros, it Co. clothing business. Fair ','-- " Why is the Fair like Christmas? Answer next week. Cheapest, most stylish Millinery to be found is at Fait Bros, it Co. W,ORK HAUD and get in your tobacco so you can go to tho Fair. Foster, tho weather prophet, Bays tho next cold wave will bring frost. ONE HALF fare on tho 0. 0. AS. W. railroad to tho Ohio County Fair. Everybody wants a nico, fashiona blc hat for the Fair, call on Fair'Bros. &Co. the Mt. Pleasant Republican Club to800 now overcoat, latest styles nud night and the Fordsvillo Club evening at 1 o'clock. Let everycolors, just received nt Kahn's Trade body turnout nnd hear this young Palace. speaker. Work'on tho new railroad from C. C. Bennett, who for tho past ten Fordsvillo to ITorso Branch is going years has bad oharge of tho overland rapidly on.. mall lino between here and Owensbo-r- o, Remember that 0, L. Fiold will has bought tho grocery belonging have tho best of food during tho Fnlr. to T. M. Smith, on Crittenden Street, Call on him. Owcnsboro. He will, inovo his family J to Owcnsboro in a few weeks. Cain, tho barber, will have extra help duriug Fnir week. Don't fail to Wo aro requested by our old friend, eco him. Ho is n good one. Cnpt. Dan O'Riley, to say that all tho nnd their friends who Tho Bn.nar'lins tho prettiest lino of old soldiers Cxnr-MLSto- o want to go to the National EncampHats ever brought to this town. ment at Washington, D. C, that fast Bring your best girl to see them. train No. 8 will stop at all stations Every ynuug man in tho county where anyone wants to start from, should tnko his sweet heart to tho Sunday morning, Sept. 18, 1802, by Fair. It's the proper thing to do. notifying Dan O'Riley at Leitcbficld, Kentucky. Iu a difficulty nt OIntou, last week two negroes shot and killed another Tho new church, Mt. Hebron, latenegro, nud thon fled. They havo uot ly transferred from No CrccK to near been, captured. Bedn, will bo dedicated tho second Rev. E. M. Sunday in October. Havo you Been the Blue Storm Crowo will preach the dedicatory serSergo Blazer Suits at the Bazaar? mon. It will ho remembered that gp'PP'a-Ta"11- Tailor made and only' $7,50 per this church was destroyed by tho cy. Suit, any sizo. Call and seo them. clono a fow years ago nnd ns tho B. DRIVER, Manager. Opposite City Scales. Repairing nnd Williams, Bell foCo. havo a very members nro n little behind with their We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. complete prescription department and carpenters, nny contribution mndo repainting dono promptly. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 Ul aro prepared to accurately compound on tho day of tho dedication will bo Tho members any prescription at nil hours day or gratefully received. Trial. Why niitlrrrmin tliAlu!rncrta oMImi Ut(lriw. Ijimo llwk, Khmer ami tlUoiwi', ItliciimitUln, InilifffMlon, IyiiirMiit, any Rlnl ol wonltneM, or alliec night. nud friends will net accordingly. wm-i:iilrl'll) will euro mi nnd kot' you In liealtli. (llrailiclitt rellar.4 nne mliiuto.) To prc.vu Ihln, . I np O Un, IMniVQ PI PPTPIP RCI T CLC.O I tills DtU 10 onv ono on h ml.. M. Ill), uml tnnl.fri-olion, H. C. Mnrtiu will speak at B, E Richardson, Clear Run, was ... SIV ir.ali.floil. Alan Klnlrln Tru.upa mul llni BuMerittl. 'mi ! nuuhtclto mut.nndKunniiUefd to lust lor years. A 11.11 aa4 Un in, 'nlnnllilnulo try Leitcbficld, Ky., October 1, 011 tho in to seo us Tuesday. II iltery combined, and produce . uilluicnt KlcotnUty to hork. l'nni Medical adrlce. Write m (Urn unlit ineuiiurr, rlcoand full imrtkulnra, issues of tho day from a Republican Addrc K. JUDO. Drlrolt, Well. Akciiin WiiuKmI. Strayed or Stolon standpoint. Mr. Martin is a fine orFrom my farm, one'mileEast of Hartator nud should havo a good audience. L ford, on tho night of Sept. 14th, ono r--s W. M. Aiiaih, M'g'r. C, M. Pkndlkton, Trens. Roiibrt BACCiius.Clerk. r tail and Archio Cain, oue of the best, tho Bay horse, black mane and WMraawSJ &' very nicest and 'easiest barbers in tho legs, fifteen hands.ono inch high, stylAfino State now occupies tho Pace sho p and ish, ton or o'.evcu years old. A liberal saddle and harness horse. is prepared to givo you a first-claRATES: $1.00 TO $2.00 PER W. Bhavo or shingle in the latest stylo. reward will bo paid for his, return. VINVILLK, KY. K.Htlinud JICrVEKMON HT., tf, R. Phmts.- Call on him. S The attention of tho public is specially called to tho fact that this Wo nrc hero to accommodate tho 3IJ11 has just been completed upon the most modern plan, with nil tho people, each and every business, courtesy shall ho extended to them, improved appliances for tho manufacturo of tho FINEST FLOUR and but in no case shall safety be sacriother Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to mnkj it turn ficed for friendship or to obtain business. out ns fine productnsany Mill in tho STATE. John H.Barxk, Cashier. It has been thoroughly tested, having been run almost every day since its completion and n portion of the time nt night to keep up with Us! its oiders. Its product has been sold to the best, most scrutinizing and particular 'trade of tho country, and it is with prido that it can point to testimonials from the best bakers and many of the very best cooks of the county that it makes tho best Hour they ever used. For the benefit, convenience and protection of the fanner has this Mill been built, and it look for its support. vari- to him will proper enre Ohio County can produco as good wheat aBnny.and offev With this Mill intends to seo that her farmers get tho benefit of any efforts thev put forth in this direction. The best products of this Mill shall go upon the farmers table, nnd if ho will favor it with his patronage and his influence satisfaction will bo guaranteed to him. Wo havo now ono of tho very best and most experienced millers in Among thoso who took advantage tho Green River Country, but that no pains may be spared to givo the of tho excursion to Louisville were J. farmer tho full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo havo ordered and aro W.Ford.A.D.'White.G.C. Westerfield, V. P. Thomas, Archie Cain, Chnrlie expecting overy day an expert miller sent by tho builders of our Mill Westerfield, Raiidnll Collins, Tom Wo shall cerininly consider it a great to stay with us during tho season. Black, J. S. Mosley, D. C. Huuloy, favor if overy farmer iu tho County will call on us within tho next GO days Virgil Renfrow, It. T. Her, W. M. We want nil tho and get a sample of our product and our treatment. Hudson, J. C. Rily, C. F. Schapmirc, FIRST-CLASwheat that is for sale in the County nnd if you havo it Burch Thomas and James Petty. to spare, load it up, and wo will pay tho highest market pneo for it,' BOyMill open every day except Sunday. UNION Sept. 11. Mrs. Ann Ross, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. T. Barnard, tho past two weeks, has gone to visit Mrs. Drusill Ross. Tho school nt this place will begin tho 19th, with Bnker Rhonds as teacher. Miss Emma Stevens, Kinderhook, is the guest of Miss Ophelia Stevens. Miss Lida Stevens is tho guest nt her grandfather. W. M. Stevens. & S. B. F. Gome to See Our new stock of Clothing is coming in now and wepropose to abetter ety of fineSUITSthan ever before. This is an important trade and we are determined to establish THE MARKET for the country. Come and examine our GREAT LINE of SUITS, Suits for young and old, little BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. Give us a and big. A visit will call. Rcs'y, pay you. Hocker Co. JBtt!!lMM"Kr FREB M The - Southern cs ... Hotel, l"..-if 1. V llnn-f their inaehinery by the tuuo I wnr-t- ho 1,1 (It. Ill, t i M r.Allmtl i ven out whilo n,.,nh!K. L very veurs when tho land win- - full ? K WHO KNOWS. el It) l Mill - IIi'ihIIi) men, ot bunners, drums gine, wl.t.tluTHt:itnmiy o,.r Mtallli-ti, III till W ,1. lliinlniK ' ll V--" v. W'Uo kiiut.n wc liuti" nut II t it befur . iilll.'l bugles-wh- eu every .lay lm.l it 1. Norm in nil vy Tl.o engine-.- r b.v.muu uectisl.u.K.l to In forum that felt tlillulit mul luiluT rifJMIIi'l Iiiii Hulltllerce excitements, it; exultation If ilentli U iml the opt'ii iloor that, and tiny departure from it ut Ilr;.-.i-- l i.l I. HI III) It Mi imp. (I. tu life tiuulnl nnd its depressions. To think how once excites a suspicion Thruuttli which u all is IK Aljul ,J. llll'" mothers and wives and sweethearts not right. The engineer that not I'.iMI.Tlio fruitful rust ln'iuiitli tho rutl Security For JDevosits Kurt llll In Ii,I.l iiii. lion II. I'. Tlmm-imay papers in the bumbloom may rise; In Infant bml ami then watched tho Cli IK t.AiMiiu. is the mutter, ho may know Hut by the Hi rnal law s of tlotl mer for tho haidebt battles were havo what 1' l'ull..liiliiiii 1'iiMiel'riiilir no car for music, but the ' liUiiatiiikkiH'il till It (lien. fought not when wintry rigois change iu ttiu tone of his cs: The lrnu' that tritnhlu on the tri-but when .tho birds will bo itfeti'utly perceptible, machine autumn's Btornni bound tho earth, will bo rirmththutrokutif , lilies bloomed, tho apples instantly recognized and will King, tho CjH'llll I'nllll nuiHIOT II I3ut, by Mimo inlulity injKU-rylib Mniiili III Ma) start iillil With Mirlnif return In oilier forms. i'i ( ripened npaee, nad on tho far north- him on an immediate investigation. 0 ii n HM('....l.l'I.IMie ern uplands tho farmers niiido hay. Coll, ... .lof ,Nil' As currents of tho sureJnK sen St. Louis Cli rl I' llinbtlik Speci- L'oinlthriiiiiiillrIff ,lllilll From uuillsioMntl rources flow, To ono household, perched iu a ..I I' ll.il Ii II may be, tk hat e were ntiJ ct crag of the mountains thero iu rived Two rturil Names. In this brief life we may not know. I I Moll. hi n great triumph in ono of thoo sum)l.l!l Wo may point out tho desperate . Hut oft some unexpected gleams ,.r i. Vi'iit UlullifV mers. Their Harry had Iwen niuoe attempts ..I" our countrymeu to getjU!! II MIC (It'lMlSllS So- - CUrl, Of last nncl unremcinbcrwl jcars liutoiiii liollmioli S i liijlnr n brigadier- - tho lwy had risen step at tho proper uttoranc of Gocthoti heriil Ilreuk through the doorway of our dream . . , " il '1 luilir And roino familiar face appears; by stop from tho ranks, so brave, I Mniiili tinIII riU'h IlliHilh Ci.lill Llili nanio. Probably tho patronymic of WOrlAN THAT HAS ANY 5EN5E, ramanful was tho stuff in him. A ccntle spirit, lost awhile, no great man law been tio widely and LAWSOIJ KENO, Cashier Amid the change from death to birth. ('nit innipii' ll' 'Inl Mntiilii) III mil il), ther came in from tho hay Held with to variously miscalled. AND MANY THERE BE WE HOPE, Vhoe lie uinltig ce and Io Ing smile ril,.lnl) iui,IOiiiil4r. ' tho letter that told of it in his Jiand. Among tho varieties aro Goaty, Ilrcall some former scenes of earth. Cswstof la,txx. Tho very young do not understand Gweothy, Gooter and even Gutter, to Hr-mul Clilllt bikini, llll' lil Mull, I) III Oi till LfW:i-.6,ENAnd thus unconscious of the tie. ctNT ron a R this trick of association. They have which mode our lew! ambitious effort 'lllllllll). The rajstlc link that luvo creates, I'crhaps wo sro our own who die. yet to grow up to tho knowledge was lately corrected by u biiperior In newer forms and other states. .lllflice'iieiiiuu lii 1,1 ill V null, .lithe, SepttMiWr that wjuIs remain young, though bookseller. h inn1- -. nil I'li'ellllK'l, ti ,t r H Hi1- - ii'ptIU Perhaps with every c do passed bodies chnngo and take on new imTho editor of n popular journal 1.1 l lilllli'l, ', 1,1, I, In all tho aces jet to he. " pressions with tho years. They rnrj ' Mi Ii lately gave it out, with perhaps a too Ii), ),:, I, .inn P. Our loved will como to us at last. ( ll I'ntli'i an old man, an old woman, lilieral collection to tho inflexibility As parted waters find the sea; -k, T. U'll. I'i. I", and sometimes smilo at tho senti- of the Knglis-tonimo, as "Gerty." -, IS'ot wholly clad us they were seen Kiimn, II, 11,11, ment which seems to them to linger When death unbound their robes of clay, ('!'. II. ', on. Tho nniiic of Jlario Bashkirfreff b Hut with Keraphlc faco and mien. untimely in theso withered peir-miiiIM Ik- Mill. r, i. I, ntiotlier verbal rock on which many And souls thut cannot pass away. -I- 'l.MIlK ities. Not so. Youth is crude. Sen it British tonguo comes to grief, I)uld Hanks Skkclsln Nov York Sun. . IV.) I., lllt,ll-l. timent docs not reach its full flower llavo you M.ulo Bivskt licrself i I'irr) In urn it, ,, ', 1, T . Tu lttlnrti I.euther Ulnillii),-.till pooplo huvo had tinio to live, Ho 1 it l Iihii.i, r, i., ;, f (almost everything , ' ( ll iri.iio-rioo.ii.li-To restore tho leather bindings of wo moralize over the rich iweeliit'ss rhort of Badgeivd herself) aro tho iiirrwnix - I. 1.', II, II, new mown hay. IIurier'n varieties ono overhears at tho cirai- books wash them first very lightly of tho , tti.iliini, u, ii, n, LOJSVILLE and KEMFIIIS, nnd carefully with clean warm water Bazar. luting libnulcn, lioii lli,e iiitlKliilli' HITCH HIM TO in which n tiny piece of soda haa been i M A young compatriot of tho hapless j i.tr,ll, ln.ii.'i. A Unll Vuilth. II I .tljn, In, t, o, s dissolved, iu order to freo tho leather ':oroim) w-- 't to tu as Uashkeurt- - PULLMAN BUFFETSIeBpIng Cars', ( u I' Mill, MuUi. Tlio elder brother of tho Iron ' from givifie; then wash with clear i Duke, as is well known, alt'rc.trry-ingawa- CIlClI, Willi lllO (ICIVIK Oil 1110 BCCOUtl I'llOM AM) 'III witter to remove tho soda, nnd dry. syllable, which some might find as I'lillri- - t'oit i Is. all tho honors of school and Kf'GbEspsciALLYFoREXERCISIINGANpSPEEPING. Dissolve it bit of gum nrabiu tho tsizo diflil'iilt to utter as the three snoozes I.OI'IHVII.I.i:,ll.lliIIIS,VI('l(Htlt'l , o.n ito(ii:,iiiui m:m oki.im.m-it i s , kin. Ill I'll I.l Ml! hill, of a small lean iu a teaspoonful of univeihity, entered parliament at an and 'VltC .spjiposeil to lw typical of ',j,., iiiii-Ii il. JI llllllU, till PnoNouKCBD water and leat it up with a teaspoon-fil- l early ago and njoii tritabliMicd a IJu.-siW luiil.-lliiHMII.- - N C li.ilili t, Jlnlui-- , HORSEMEN To Be noiiieiiclntHiV London III ilKllill. of tho whito of an egg. With a character for himself as orator and T.i Most PERFECT SULKY CART iniisf .. I, l.l,illl,JIUl- .III- llolllllj.-- , .... ' The Quick ami Desirable Route iii btatesman. The abllitk's it Aithtir, ......... N ll'lir bit of sponge go lightly over tho fin-"- lliiniMun. W I, IImuUii,., Jn.lt r iiiiiini Ilu- Kiiin. TO AND VKO.M leather with this glair and let it dry. tho younger brother, wcro of much iitiuli.il. Bay rum is manufactured in iiiilg,-- . I.i ii.i. ml. Kliki" Should tho glair froth up ou tho Blower development. Tho Into Uail NtfW York I'lrlni'i-Jiilililliiltiiiinro C Ctiwihr, jui.i-from tlio dried leaves of PiXnrrnll. lli 1'iijiu l'n ul..rt na it is very likely to do if of Leitrim, who was with him at a leather, in. l. i.l. liUlI'llhl I'll'Vul-ltllthero is mui'li tool work on tho book, raiall private school in the town ot mento iii'i is, Bav VUfil is nrocmvil 'I'o'n In Chin if" illMi'ipi'llp fjllif-dnb it until it subsides with tho alm PortarJingtoii, used to bpeak ff him by distillation, and this, in a very I'oijnf j i.Iik C'ilH'illlltlli t.nip-i!lnj-manner. The Iwivi of tho hand or with tho sponge to mo as u hlngiilarly dull, backward ; tasforp and Northeastern Rolnts in-general ' II Wi1m.ii lucked from the trees and thendrietl; squeezed as dry as possible. Now boy. Gleig, into md Ut'uiiiiu i t 'irs' iiiii ijniio' V M I'urofl Kiys that his mother, beliiivmg Jiiin in this state they aro placed in the Now Orlfiilx Mul'lli- l.'illle iiwi.j, l;(f .,I..IS-- . York Journal. li.ij.i. O 4 W liril!.' to bo tho dimco of the family, not which is then filled with waIn Sirint; tuiil l et Teinn'- - j ''I'l.l'f .. .'.iL-.only treated him with indifference, ter am fifo pjocess of distillation is Murelll's llimiiir, ArUnnnn lllUiiiil eo Texii-J. his edu- carried on. 'J'ljo yupr.r j$ hen conMorelli was a man of humor nnd but in Miine l.ouUhuui :ui J tt o Smith mul densed in tliousimliViiyfii.nl f 0 h wit who took a malicious plcasuro cation. Iliir,! .:. i:. sourir.vs.yr. At Eton his intellect wns rated ut what is known as "bay oil,"u wry in making dullness ridiculous. "I -- ini.i -- .ill. iili. Ii in nil, i. in ut , rii , ,. says Sir Austen Layard, a very low stamlaiil, hh idleness m fcinall ipianlity of which is reijuired iv iiii.iiiiiik. a,. . K i u i li,.,.,..,ti)i I. atnl In ,j llr-- t going with him to seo a pic- bchool houi-- not Hill! ll'ol'llllls,lll 'oneo rcitctiiiixl in for each puncheon of nun. Tho i'Ultr ,1 K.!,::-- ,' (.- inr ii.'i!iur'ii.'!iri) of bay rum is carried ture which its owner attributed to tho eyes of his fellows by tiny projl . ill ti'imnio! tliimK'li in- - Mi., mil -- ill i ;!-- tMcili . .11,1 y Ho. J. I'liieiiiiiu i,iriiiivi,i Luino, and with respect to which ho cieney on the playground, lie wni-- a on at tho iMifi'i-- fin of Dominica, A KIAll'IlK lllill CUIlM'llii-li..- ' -i.i,, . , Mri 10 ', desired to havo Moiclli's opinion. "dab" at no game; could neither and ruu" n Very juciatjv" ?'!HnJ'A5 julin-i- h tlio l.liniti-i- KAJiri-r- Vi'nin-- . Mill t '.. I'. i Cilllll il. I, .11, ,1 ll.H Ill ,. I.i i, It. l I Iii. ii VilliAfter looking at it for a moment handle a bat nor an oar. As soon :.s to tlittee eiigattl in it, ns (ho planus ll.N'l.y A MllllT' IIIIiK Ii Ii- -I - fie-- t .'i. i:. tiiiir., :i. .,,,-j deQuf-ileJjnMorelli Kiid very gravely, 'Lui no,' ho passed' into tho remove it was iut) plentiful in mul i;iii. HliJ jji inii;;, 'l. I . I tUstrict. I jilt SlllK ll , niryii i' hi'l vivii fhii with a slight emphasis on tho 'no.' termined to place him in the "fool's and Forc.-.-t. S NMllil.-- . I' ir i i'.-- ,l Tho owner was delighted I'litci'i'lliiw-- t tWc 'l.il ill 'fi in "ii-'f- l and profession," an tn army in those jlHt.i . iiijitxt. i i . ,1.1. r, !I.Tirii'Mi-Aicriilu- l II. o ...imI t,. iiiiiIiiii,! ii) ' i '1 ii.i iiiifiii A I o.fli'ul Aicnnii-nt- . .. . tM ,1. b . boabted that Ids picture had been days was irreverently fulled. At the mo j Itlllll, lir A man was urged to take a news- pronounced genuine by tho great military college at Augers ho rv'Ucd W,B,PrwlT,fi!a,lPiH.A7t.,l3Blsvllle,i!Tl' connoisseur." San Francisco Argo- to huvo n uttlo more aptitude for ;.. .s.'Oa'-- " on "WJinf , ,'he uso of taking it? I studying the art of war than ho had naut Tor CntnloKiio nnd Prices, writo tho Maiiuniotui-ertishown for the "'Inunaiiities," but he never ojien It, ro J jtou'J know what'a meetrlclty Aiiiouc; lliu Juitiii.av in it; What rouI wuulA it Ho JV,J?" .No 1, Ii,. was still a miy, awkward Jid. l & M'.cll I'.lllll', 'r limit n Mfg. Co., Tho Japaneso undei-stooc- l electricKiiiiin h. 1,. 1. hi ii'iHi'i,;;... "Von take liver pills (xcaslonnlly, It is (i matter of notoriety thai , hi i'h h un'iiiii .,t ity ua an attractive force, of which JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. n collectornhip of cus ,Wit't you i" C. M. II. .MTT, 1'. tlllll they were very secret. Tlio Greeks was i ".Ccriainly." .l. I. Howl, S'Dtiniil. nnd Romans also know something of toms &n the ground (f incompetency "Du they do you jaiy cood?" tlio magnet as an attractive force, for tho v.lies, and I havo jvaMin to "Of eotiise they do." ' i.'liov that there is now .evtunt u C3-- . . 3J2. fit known to modern science as an elec"J"id you ever ojien them and fintf ' letter from h 'id Moruington (afloi t, trical attraction something liko tho U'i(,.'ru I'.i.l, ,n. ft, in Jj.iem.'" Ki tin U) Vgjy tliiiils.liirili. ,it I oVIiik loadstone of the Chinese. They am ward Lord Wcjlesjey, to Lonl Clin-de- vhat wis That 'made Jiim riu.') out thebub-f.cri;.tio1,1. Ki. deeliniiifj a eoniinissjoi; fqj- - his r. M . Bupposed to bo ignonint of its iolnr-ity- , .And a rood atnfi SURES NOTHING BUT PILES. price. Texas' .Sifihigf. 111 1. s IIki ml. Cum tho army on (lit .'.'iSlS'iV'i mu?t be ctmnt... u..., n Ji 'c ,,. .,. pie it 13 , though in their secret records brother Arthur a S. A i!J. in mM. 11 ii . 7H Hurt "'.' thero uro mentions of sacred forces same grounds. National Review. .1 II1CSC tnwuuntmn , lint nnnii .a,,..a. ;..,,,,,'..'"" U 'U .1 1., A SURE and CERTAIN I CUKE t'lfi j:uul,j;f IiikI.s ,i Viur. ... i. ... 1... which none but God know luid must 'rvM.un. mi n .nn-for 10 yor a?t lie faGST" s known Tlio einpiro of Japim Jiae juf i'ewer Pill ,h1,i I'i l ,N, I. I'i A Uiiinl Oiruii lilol Kill , liipliul, will lmprtis th-- fuih nuir6 fore.: v. All mtnl. vzSttf&Q not 1k tampered with by man. Jfew REMEDY .! In ,r) .illir.l i 1. foti lln111 a little on Elizabeth btrcet, thiiH 70') eratliquako jibserving sra-to.,-k1.0U, . York Telegram. I'llI,, ll'III HUI. JJ l, iou;ij an, '.camiesi, r:M u.lo 1.1 cc icces nr.'v. tionirentt'.T'! five)' it, find the rcju- just around tilt' corner fioni Grand 11 m .... f 1. . ll.iriiorl, K P. c. .o.....i y. i..-(iinf nnuually V , . and in the very luttrf jf the Italian crds 01' the Gl'O Mia-!;.M Color l;!li!iliii'i from Sinuklng. .".""'' ". 1 v.ic--i.trrir." i" r i j mari llimiur i). 01 o. 1, t i3 la.iccl a "wonikriul 11. 11 i.ori(MLi,i:.iji. )Vi Jt'x. " visit that country are accurately A somewhat alarming fact is that quarter, may L ' fouml tll .'CIOJJ i: ,t . Ii tl'ircr C.::d..---. l.r: '.I, r l in( ne 1; ., . (4 11 . in this country for the noted. New York Journal. i7 temporary color blindness may bo LflulMSIIe, Si, Lay H softer tn.-.Jais jiilwy, i WHEN YOU GOTO QWEftSBQRO fl vine l.'it sjd : tMan't:. ,:c: inaf-fiiciinbrought on by excessive smoking. ci'larrel organs, htrceti Dr.KiiiiiioiV "')il niiilLirerl'ilUnre -- l M.I.O.N ..' : in riiiianipn Turl5i-ii-ur- .,4,11 .rHi jf(k- - J'Vp'jMlirtii-atiiis- f , . iv Tobacco amblyopia, it is called, and piaiioi and carousal organs. Banged .. -J mi It .1 ;i :t. NOV. 1. iTiir.nn.i: i. j:ii Mii'i. 110 crip. it may lo brought on by smoking on either side of the room aro intru-ment- tlie heft lainily pliy-lo M N. . H f!S"-' " "it. j .' s ,iite J C.Theo-Gain.' ?t tliorouj-ii- . I "llll. of all patterns and values iiij,', yet active anil "hnlf an ounce of shag daily," not I' ill) liorNo. . a.i;: ' .., . :.tU tUCC r;civ v , t... 1 nn excessive allowance, by tlm way. brought in for tuning or repairing, Wairaiito.l lo satisfy or money lcliirn-cil- , I.T. III. I. .11 ' II, ! I .illl.l .".... I It disuppcars when tho causo is re- wjiile their owners stand lazily about .. .ll II. III. ..Wt Pollil ill lorililiy I,. , JJt'iiii. smoking cigarettes, nibbling raw '. i; i. in. moved. New York Times. llr.itiilfii'iir.. hi. r I i ii. in. .. .I7 i in onion nn.d jabbering in their fnsci llll"t'f"H Tim Vuluv f fjuoil Memory. , )ii. J In. in. J.J i cmii tongtiv'i with each othi-r- . nntiiig C.li-.ii- l .. Old Fliuk I doubt H ono man out Against the wall lit f Jfi,' end of the III. ii IlkHi'.rillo...... Jul,. sof tweuty can recall to menj,ory tho room hangs a caul which tw'nresin I.l tol.,&( ,. Ii'i III In.ll i'.m language he used in proposing. the Italian that "Organs are tuned Oueilkliillil,,,,,, U li!i III. II. II f. in iiiisiiiuss Young ritfcwpid Probably not. while you wait," and this i imI ."I ' lo . It ' in But tho girl can. Mine did. When pressed upon tlio visitor by (In. Xr. in. Ii J'n'ii the breach of promiue buit camo up active movements of the two young .Vii.Il. No. :!, For thf fiitft iiil l'i-- ArlMlr Work, ho was able to repeat my proposal men who do the Work mul the liionot Kill). imvt nor.Nii. I'll') uiii a'izc ur xlijb , FnJrrira St, , Utivcm -.' I. word for wonl. Exchange. onous sounds they make in doing it. ')ril iml M!i. tim',11 .i: M. III. (.. n fr'I'iJ'iW.Wi23, 1 i you are. Dollar iiml a half. vonr "There i "ii. in kl'iillntlli V u ut n Ten Cent Circus. )Mlli..M1i. Thank you. Good day," and one of III. tiM!. Did you ever visit a ten cent circus? the prop! i'c'o.rs of this primitive little e "lit. i ii . in VI i. lUifivvtllill. No? Then a rcut treat is still in organ factory ttvlped a fat, sleepy '... ...,l .. Illlll Ill, .'.:.',; i in :8toro for you. iliat is, if you can looking Neapolitan hoist l'lTJit (l'jt H"l WSN'TUAIi CITV, KV. f'lilll mj,, ,ii4,m III. i.:l iji. in. I'I,I'll. hrilni...ni,li jproierly appreciate Am and low ban-e- l org in on his littlo found, r. m .lni jii.ni, R. R ."AXON, P.'JJPRnCR II I'i II, III, 7l''ii hi, Ir.luulm Riumor, esieciully Jiuuior pf tho HihihIi ul'iiii .. hiiouiiieren unci: wiui loumrKalile II :'.. Ill, fill in, iii ii) I'm i iiml iiii:iiri.K .u'nii, - ''-- . " Hiii J ti t lit't'ii rtr)iivil and iiewly 5i'.i kind. For in thoto UV.t rnliii ii"i i. in. ease and facility. I.M i ;? . ixj'iiirv I,ohIi.t111h l! t of an enjoyable entertainment . i I'uriii-IiuI'. Ill, Mil i. in. "What does an instrument like li. ihImiiiivIvIt I.oealt'd flnnc to IJejiiit. (i:rnllii-i. Cnmlilnutlon 18U2 rlie ten cent circus is way nbovo tho that twt '" Cii.lili-rsa"3a.r Ji, k Mum-i ..Iih Com biii.illi.ii Give at Good meals oi fifty cent ami ono dollar circus. iil M0() when new, I f: "That oin .1 ... .1 li 11 Iiril,,'luM JJ 1, i,,,iil n' Itl l,illi- l.lli i iioliaml Nil.il. is in fact more real live fun to and it is a goicl one, for I made it. There U iltiiK-llliiiui lltil. it a liinl. .V7fii"Ssi ini.i iii, umhit ';,'., It lli.i. i i m r In nu nivoimt. ,tho wpiaro inch in any ono of these Wo havo them, though, . '. m V muu. l..,i ..I .r ' 1... .... .,.-., ,!.'.. f. i. ,1 vftut)', .....'. ' tur eighty hooii Il riiui.it u Ik ii.iii,i, ,,.,,M. iiyiutii'M''ii.-dini,In dla- Sow priced show the lower tho let- fivo dollars, and from that up to I'lltal. II. C. Mijilii:,ilf.,if IV rl?. It ..111 Unpiuimte. ter than there is in the high priced fcJOO. The latter price will buy a I.'iUlllll, It.. It KlutttH llit trntiH,f.ii,iiM t.f .tu-l- vhrk. It iiiuktw u i iiri-- m nihil nu i inl. ones to tho wpiaro yard. And uuy piano organ of tho finest pattern. In ll kiimi liiiui.xt 'unl aiiue you and your friends Jones anil Wright, the range is from thirty to h w. y ill m.l .".,, a tlilit ij- n To Our Subscribers. Smith lxrtli nf them nice, jolly fol beventj- fiye pounds for tho old fash & Tim ftpeuliil miiioinireiiient which low.sJlke yotirwjt want to have a ioncd barrel uvftitf, while tho piano 1M III iflii lHltri ulltlHHIin our cdIihiiiid .oimh iinu ' l.inii-ifiirtunji'.-iiiigenuine iipnwring O'me of it just weigh much worn," aviII iiiit-:irul Now York V V since, aiiiiouiicin u Himitiul urruiio-aie- nt follow my ail vice nnd gv ti an oven-sug'- World. rp IV I JT with TlZtVfl-- , or afterniHin's on of Kiioshiii' Dr. J5. .1. 't Koiidull Co., ImiIIs, A I. hull In I.iiiik I)lt;ini-i- Teli pluming. inibliVliiTM PAST STWOUDf.niJRC, PA, any ww of the cheap ciii-hluting of "A Treatise on tlio llorsu unci INs jtheVe.'ihou. The telejihoue, even when ih-s-l You'll get about a dol hHxn-J.i- t out, Wits a marvel of him JJiseiibes'wIioreby our Milibcribers Ear's worth of fun to every cent plicily icturf s !b i?;ry Style :rA Si:;. .'IVctivencfs. When wv J'i)rto oimblod to obtain a copy of C'hjeago Herald. con.-idf'.N means we may ilMt T,iN;sl1'o vork free of charge by t3T0Iil rictuios Copied and Enlarged that . i ati- - t convei-nwith and cvwi recognize lii-l.'iuhrrlluii unit l(arfJi;liiiis A SPKCIAI.TV. tending tlieir iiWre,s o 15, .1. Ken-d- ull iliAtaut from w Umbrellas have always been inti the voico of a pen-o(Jo. nod nnnloMuif i Uo-f.ei- it Strc-'- t. f)jj. anately WMJL'iatcd with religjoijs serv- a coiihiderahle fraction of the carth'rj stiiaip fur inailiiiir sumo, In ronmved KV GIJANI) l.N'DIIUKMKiNTS TO ItKADKItS OK circumference, wo cannot fail to he ices in Calhohe ehurches. They for a limited period. wr-.-f- with the wonder of it. were introduced in tho church serv- lIrc.-.-e- d settle- wjll avail tlimnsclve.s ofWo trust all the opporices of tho Byzantine church, aro Can we, however, anlicipat" Mich an In Ki i.l tunity of pitniuiii;r this valuable A. IIiuii", Qjorno over tho host in procession extension ot the oower t,f the telework. To (ivory Invar of (lie JJoro phono that wo may at w)jjio tinio e iiml fonn part of tho pontifical , it is iih it lie.its in i, as well as that of a cardinal. n ocean cahlo ns the line over which J COUllty Will llCCCSSl siniplo iiiimiier all nf thu iisennes MAIMIKKrl, J Itisquito likely that the cardinal's uncivil is to ho conveyed i , Tim .'renldentliil Campulgii will ho (lie most inttinsoly interesting and uliicli afflict the uolilo iininiiil. To answer this quchtion in tho 3iat is (lerivetl from fjio umbrella. Opjioilo .Salor mid near Its plienoiueiiitl sain tlirouliout llotnl, Cloverpoit, Ky, Glovnrport exciting n tin. hlttory of thu Unitnd States, and country people will bo uegativo would Kt toiet a limit to lUiliiin heraldry a vermilion In the LJnitod States unci L'aiiail , rambrella iu a field argent wignifies tho capacity of tho human intellect anxious to liiiveull ilio general mid political nuws and discussions makes it standard ntitlmrilv. Mention (dominion. The Harleian MSS. lias to make future ad viuicchj nevedheof the day iih pres-nlin a Xntional Iu that 9. 18i)2. tliiis paper wliun seixliii'' for "Trent- is ;at 'least ono drawing of nn Anglo Jem thero are iviimuih which are lAIUNBUHDEVaOKj by their own local paper. To ineoL Journal, addition to enteredsupplied this want wo have into a Saxon gentleman whose servniu cogent enough tendintj to jioint to S, C S, (J. Oriraua Btrcnetlicnc-and enlnrprt i.rr.1 contract .villi lliu lihodes him with a sort of umbrella tho inipiactiriliility of telephoniu tloni Etopiit'il, I.OMt Hnnliooil urlcix ilk-- weak Jiaviuj,' a curved handle, nnd evi fraiiMiii.-&io- n through cables of great lohicf dlzlia-,lirrvousticsi, duntly not meant to close. Clothier lenglh. Iu Mich eitbetj ;i rjtm-datioJi.CO 5 Ity fur ,cT5t.' lili f'ui A ..rl'tt-- "pjnraiilco of nirnfix I'rini J St imial d and an obliteration ,of tho .didlcato with u aud Furnis!.w. & uii'lli'iiliil mul inlli,-l- . V'V'v pulseH of current which cliaraoterizo j Ir.rlntli.lr miil.allil,.,,, il''"ll", " ,'"lr"''"inn' "' olllnliorumlih Ir irrllir,.fMrr.l,.rn lli.lrim unl. iiii.il,..lfiii.iiiiili.:ij .tmiiliiiir, nu. r nil lue Leading Republican Paper of the United States, ,i,i,.J, ,i i ii,.i ,,l,li h , fioortlVl.V.i'nV-.- ' I ' 'tWk'' A flume n fur J)l Men. an eiecmcui bjieecu bervo V) pixjyent li. illii.ll. 'it'Inr'". iilhi-Ll ii ..fill . .',, ., liallliilill,:ili'lilli-.linn llii- ilillli'lill) '"'" m rJ , irum iailidlitriilirri-bi,lI met lmlf a dozen fellow creatures tho reeepti'iu of bpeech at tho far l,iirii,,lin irvtf4 intniiin,jrvii,l,il Hltli n I .,11 .i Hulio 1 mul i lin liaiidlri-JriimiMil, lull) N'liiili niiHiilus ns loorfnr llmt iiplondfd journal (rugillitr. PSi.rjnfion lJuiilil uiu-iluiniiiii in Piccadilly tho other day, not mere end of thu line. Profewsor Elihu iimiil. r. ,1-- .,. iiiuLIu on,, iMr.Htli lli.l: .N I'll. Mill li.tliimiiiili nl DO Vol' W "II' I' TO IAIIIIY, lill.l liullt'i, , pile.-- , 1.00 pur year; mid TIIK KKIUMUJUAN for out. yjStt" ' '" "sandwich men," but every inch of Thomson iu New Kngland ilagazino run-.11,1,1;., ; i juii, Ani-Y'I' fl'Hil out iiniiiiiii'iit itnlt in ulnl In i, Muiii" t!n- iiiiiiilijt iin-mi ii in I) llll. A. ro.VI'.tlXi:, them spaced out with myriads of U'ii.Ii. UN mul it u i ni.t of If ho, iii ai nil iiiiii li'ii Cntth in. .I flounce. Foroiiltf Tiiinii TIki'I. ranging from tea to mt iiiiliiiiiii-iiiiin-iiilli '1 Onivut In.! lliu (Vl AA . X. V. Tiibune, irgiilarpiica per year tho king of Syria, (0 HiiWiVy trousers, and with this amazing nn Wo Oil. TTO.rv.1i.tii Vpunrli 81,00 r.r ii". I'li.ti. llliiaaiiua, lllm-l- will t,, tniTt- In'all llflll V,l.njf lull llcm.Jr CALTHOS fn. u,..l i Bouneement ou their foreheadsi Us(-'- to 'li'ivo a four in ii(i,'J team of niili.in .mi linn Iiml lm Ilnrlford Republican " " ' " MEN' n nil-uuuranioa tuat ualtiiod win vtlmlu tltiin In liiriil.liiili'inn mul uh rl lIn n"Spaces to lm let on bixty men." This tame tigoiH, and tho Kabob of (Jml limn joimjt din liiaiiri, lllwliarcM .V i:nluluik fl'lllili'J .l!l''ii liii')i'il "f Ni.ii' iiiihih CUUK V.rleuciil. i nniitl, lllil)- lm luiilililll llllilil)lil lll.n, ,fill tlllillli-lii'iriiaiiiiiii-t-tiger that often was pVI"ll'l'."!.lfi ",'" lenH a new vista of employment in-- ' had a pet ana HEHTOIIK Ixmi I Jcup. Total 82.25. m iii'"i,ii'i.ii' ,ciir Hi II, . JOII.VNO.V , in loiui. iiml riii-nl) mkt. deed. Kaeh iinijj will lie paid of taken along on his journeys, and had li'i In i IIMI if Vli itenil fay ifsansfiei. mul Main hi., Itlclimniiil, Vu. .iiiiiini .ilin li... i, n ruiiii'l hm up Ijit il-i'lit S.I.Allien. VON MOHL CO.. courao according to Din miperlicial been taught to mount an elephant III lli'n Mil- K"I iirl(M i(MU, lUiUitll, (JHo. AllitlO.H foy HKl nrea, and therefore very tut jeoplo without m:':ing uso of her foimida-,,sa.iM, ci. Mil ., n ll.ijlli,i nlri'it, will bo HUro of a laiKo and nroUihh' hlmluws. San Franeiw.-- Chronicle. : .".1 ly, JI A. J. SLATON, M. D., Bibsrriioi may huru ut any iim, introariing income. James J'ayn's III!! msi'KI'SIA A lloo.l Lieu. LUCT & is tlm most llboritl nnmhlimi Ion offer over niiido In tlio United I'.i- linn. ii'i. Iron lllttrm, aWti Ju u liauilsoHio house lately plan- It, it- iiniiiu-n-'liuino wltii. I, m Formerly of MilUnoil, hum SlutiiH, nnd ovury rentier of TIIK HKPUDIilCAX sliould lako ikIvuiiIiib Hook Hirer. All li'. pit fl.ii'." loltlo. ncmilai such sick-The rir.tAu.i'ciw uintry " for fiol.l, otTtTM hm " i k in Hi. - " nri.rntlrlli:i of it at oneo, Atldies nil orders to Tho first American directory waa ,,ww il,,tIh0Mf,imJI' by .,?elu?? .? 'tin irmli' mil .unl i uilli-(lrii)on nnJ iiljoliiingt-uiulii'iiinn. u u rrvxxrr. air'ii..M.wiKii,i,i:v,n o. ' .iiun.,cii.oasjoii'ijWiiiniUttiisu ibbued at Philadelphia in 1785 by ',)0i with tiled lloors and wnllsnd iluint., (thu l)r. Il.nlt-.My irunrt.) 'U. Til J, all other provisions for safety in con- - 1ST Fianeia White. It enmnrii tlltrotlou and Winkuuiu. Jlnlarln. t usually found throo iges, with 3.C70 names and tu(f1??H Happy aad content U a homa with " The III' lUtllCMI, titko "" nnilKHiii'iliadrliiliU 'vs's ntnv . viT'ir Jiuitm u i till, ... ailAIMir Atlt it. . "utaido oi hospitals.-- ew York r - ua .1. .'::-- " was Hold at half a dollar.-Gol- doa a lamp wlili Ilio lljht of the mornlne. ir s. nartfonl, Kentucky. saio ll flin- . nl ' It. irtant. uf Ii. Kl'iiuiuv"V. ?,-CataloKUcs,wtitcKoctictrLampCo.,NewYork, . i!.,V77aver8oh. uur ituuiutuiu uut'ii Daya ( rust til Association, The Hartford Republican. ,, Bomol'otrortuof older people now of To W lirlnm. luirit Ho iIiiVh of KHUUY. sni'iKMIilW 11 I:'-- '. four vivlil. tho I ,, UBleMM Judgl' of ," T?" "r .. lllO "''". eoilditioil Itirliuitl MnnniPh, 0WEKS30R ' tllTIO:iAl i'r. .t'arii'o.Vli'O.I'reii State 33xicctory 1 - u.s. depository wejjsboro, Ey. ' eLAIRETTE AP IS MADF lui-- - Globe-Democrat- . i i ers a try rricrclnuits alty. liKcresf paid 275,000. $Accouiiis of Partn- iS & SIUUI& fe k , - -- r-- iicus your misincss I oiu-o- ii ' dm in .1 I I useful cake 111 per-cciv- o I "" I . lnl-1- , . I .1 . ' n;u.ht-liei,self- I'llll.t-iaiill- , THE GREAT C!vWtT Cfl .a.-H- y HfiT n 1 an Tit-Bit- s. , 1 BVAll ! - i , i 1 I i I u r j K . . . vii-fc- - Ji-- 11 degree-neglecte- riiiin-ii.s.iiiiii- . 1111,1 1 i I'lii-H- K in-- l'a-.l- i l' . 'ii'M-K'p.- . ; iv-t- l l i -il N . ., A-- n , . l.'llt-OIM- l- r II.-- l - .1 i , . .1 !' n liUGKEYEJUL .iB! 1111 FCR-pYLEe- i: , ' 1, 11 iiiiii'l.-utir'lii Austin, Tomlinson Webster .1 Seeing Is Believing." h ti 111 Coutl-lloii-- 1 ......... "' 1 """ f 1 - j !H-- l 111 . 1 -- 1 - I . q . VMS? .1 .head-quarter- s S' f r-- -- v p--J .- 1 1 o. s 111 , " .mi..: . ,j You get tlio Now !; I - M, Hartford liKPrilLTO . , rfBiVittSV & '- Ss'iii: i'Jii Eoito I.."-1'- TrilwiH for SI. cash. Suhscril now, Vork OUSSVILLE,KY. - I , V?-i- - . - 111. f'.H.imi'i'fi.nl Hotel. Tax Notice! 11. Tfe Sjaiidffrd 111 , asli . lister, .iinU l l . l 1. i plo-ueu- ts Yoin teps for yea I'- e&Zk$4lJ:r.? -. ? SiiT!-? are now duo mul 1,.!,..! as i nave uiipiiiu delayed in the collection for more than 00 days by the . I d. ! '. T ! vim A Iir.mi-riuii- iii-i- m Wif& ni-- i liuM-h- t cgislature. I larfc jtoitler, - i l . I'm-lul- s , er .iJ Si-- . n - u-- expect you to call me or 'my .deputies anu settle ut once. The short time that I will have to collect and meet the ments with State and on c MiwMmh. Mi-.i- A T. CO., nmcunmTfni it UAiUrAIUlN tait rru'jOiUMMiAh n W '92. ((', HARRIS & REED, THE REPUBLICAN ed iare nromntness your part. Tli - TAV!) Juno is-j.- w , liui-k- , i , fr' , I m ''"'-inv I I "'"-'l- l ntf "; i W York Weekly Tribune, $.J7, N iiiiIi-- l - I l , j I il . , - ! in:: l i l i - '' 'i'fiin-'liiliiiiiii- i 1.-J- 5 '.orT l,Jll' - I i L . -. - 1 Wo furnish both i I'liyali-I.iii- t - . Physician l Surgeon, 1,,-i i. Vnm one your M 1 -. I h- urn 't , ii.,; diw HAiriTOM) UKIHJnLICAN,. - ii- I