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OFFICIAL OSGAMjr. THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH C0N5RES.I0NAL DISTRICT. TERMS .1.25 Fcr Annum, In Aimce, 1 $1.25 per year. Nnfi IflnW :V, VOL. V HARTFOED, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1892. Questions ior Aiiiirlmn Freo-Trador- NO. 8. oiunni-- f Agents "Wantcdl tho supremo sntifnction of seeing his ciivch n liiislmnil.pcvornl children nnd IN THE TOP GFATREE. lifeless body tlrop to the ground. a hast of friends to mourn her low. Wero it true, ns somonssert, that n Affairs Around tho National Her remains whh interred m IJcthif A Dosporato lira Conietcry Friday at 2 p. in. grhv.ly cannot climb a ttcc, I would Capital. a Mountain Lion Most Tolmcco cutting is the order of the consider the lion tho more formidable Dangerous ot of tho two. However that may bo, Old glory has the call in Waliiug, day. .lanies Walker will finish housBoasts. IflatltU I have never sinco been anxious for ton just now. There is hnrdly u spot ing n largo cro) this week. Married, at tlio hrido's home near another such nn escapade with a oittof (loots within the corporate, limSeveral years ngo,snys n correspondits of the city thnt n person can stand Hell's Kim, August 31, Joe. i'ark to ent of tho Philadelphia Times, 1 was mountain lion. Both arc of liiulily ono of a party of prospectors formed uw&r n dnicn Hags, mid the Miss Inn Yates. without BARRETTS FERRY. Wujoin with tho nt Seguin, nsmnll town in West Tex-ns- , private dwellings that have no (lags refipcclcd families. Sept. 12. Wo commenced n meetmany in wishing them a lifo of the capital of Guadalupe county, ing nt New Bnynius, Ohio county, thing to tho breee are m few as to and prosperity. and situted on tlio most beautiful ot on tho tli Sunday in August nnd appear odd. Every train that nr Madam rumor eays "the wedding all Texas riven, tho picturesque. rives brings it load of veterans, their closed the second Suuilny'in Septemfriends and families. Everything is hells will ring ngain in tho panic Giindnlupe for tho purposo of prosber, with twenty additions to the in rendhiess lor the encampment and homo ere thu frost has claimed the pecting in tho 'section of country Church. The preaching was done by ItOutOoldi.Courhi.Bar.Tliwat.Croop.TnC-.un-u- , A.tli-i- a. whooping Coiifti, Bronchitis and A called tho Limpn, some li.'o hundred Elder Alvin A. ltuscll, of LnRuc there i' only one drawback to tho last roso ol- summer." Mrtils cur. for Conmmptloa In flnt ittre., nnil tur. rllef In adTinol atir.. u.e atone. miles West of tint plrtro. We spent county, who was formerly n lawyer, You will (th. tif.ll.nt (Sect aft.r taking tho pleasures of all, cilucus and Mildiers Programmo . Cold br tnt do... e.ntt anil dal.rs e.erywfe.-.kottfta M alike, thnt is the dangerous illness of Of the Teachers' Association, of Hart- fully u mouth on our route, over the but has given up thnt profession nnd t t w. Mrs. Harri-oThat she tins tho ford Magisterial District, which con- intervening wilderness, prospecting is preaching thcgopcl of Christ. He most sincere and heart lelt sympathy venes in the College Hall at Hartfird for minerals, hunting, fishing, etc., isn zealous, earnest christian man, n of the visitors is shown by tho fact .Saturday.Scptcmber at U o'clock and had many exciting ndventures good spenker, and thorough Gospel c jfciv.i'Iv'S with tho wild and ferocious deniens MMsitifl that about tho first question nsked of a. in.: preacher. Any congregation in need of plains them nil is: "what is tho latest from Opening exercises. of n meeting would do well to get Mrs. lliirrWou; bow is she" One of tho most exciting scenes I him. He will do you good. If you need Klectiou of ofiicsr. Nothing has )et been done towards remember evert) havo witnessed oc- him write to him at Barretts Ferry, The Value of Teachers' Meeting A I "PIr OrlUIBB. All. selecting sumo one to tako the place H. Foster. curred at tho source of Devil's river, Ky. ,11c will locate with us in NovKrNTON Co., Kt.. Oct. 9. VJ. la ear orphan a.jlum horo thero It n IS. of the President in presiding over The .Situation J, B. Wilsou. sonic three hundred miles west of San ember. All who know him cherish yaar-olchild that bad been suEorinij for yoara the dedication of the Grand Army from ncrTuump.i to auch an uitent tli&t aha Antonio. This is it very peculiar and love him. The brethren nro deNOOX ftUDM In tha ubjbt rot Ui, ami with fear do. e, Place, reviewing the G. A. It. Moral Training in School John B. stream, rising nnd sinking alternately lighted and strengthened ptotod on errry ioalr mul In a kllrluai con. by his dlHom, would lock protection ninoui; ILo older making tho address ol welcome Taylor. every ten or twelve miles in its course labor. He is a good singer nnd n psoplsfroui an Imaflnary puramr, anil could only wllh, great illlhouU)' njaln put to tx.l. at the Pentsinn Ollice reception to be How to Employ Small Pupils Miss through n deep canyon for seventy or good mixer n'.itl he left n good impres-iioLa.t year Hot. K Konitg, bll on a vl.lt horo, held by the citi.ens Committee, nnd Gibson, Miss Kate Coomhes. eighty miles. The source of the river bappaaaa to ohatrru tbv child, and ad tiled tho on the communiiy. Wo nro us Pastor KiKDl'i Nerro Tunic, and kindly holding the N bite House reception in Es.-a- y is a large boiling spring, or shallow gaining ground nnd tho right will Eva Pirtle. fnndabsd as rernl bottl. of It. Th fir.t botIn fact it is tl showws) a maiked iiuproTcm.nt, and after honor of the veterans. Arithmetic A. P. Thomas nnd well the water not making its ap surely prevail though the conflict n.lnfUM iKoad bottle and np to tho present dillicult to realize thnt Mrs. Harrison's Albert Loudon. pearance for several miles below tho mny bo long. Mom U child It a harpy ""J contented belli. Ei.ni:i. All tho.o suffering from nirvou.nen. should condition may continue so dangerous HiiriiM' about twentv or thirtv foet Geography J. M. Porter. Mk refojo In I'anor Kcenlfi's Mens Tonic KINDERHOOK. ns to prevent the President's enjoying ' llKV. U. HIl.I.MIltAND, bU Johns Asylum. Mrs. M. D. Harper. nmiumul nlmnf foil f..nf ilnnn fiiniiml Composition Sept. 13. Deo Miller, from Con-th- e the plcnuic he has anticipated for A Vnlnililo IIimiU an Nirvmii Address Prot. Kay. ofhundredsofjets, boiling up through sent free to any addr., IHou-tri11 Grove' pPe,,t Saturday and Sun- and HHr patient rati al.o cbtain months, of meeting his comrades at ()ueriM Answers by the Teach. white sand at tho bottom. lid. iiiodh Ino frro ir liiirso. . dnv iu this vicinity. . the encampment, and everybody is ' CH Till. remedy ha. loen wrnared bribe nevrrrnd c ; I', or Kneiim. it in camp nt this spring ir, InJ, Mine UM, and 1. L. Anderson made n Hying visit Mill hoping that sho will get better lnuw inspired uuderliliulrecileii b) Uio All friends of education arc cordi- - for several , , lintl begun to feel to friends nnd relntives at Wlntesvillo ICOENIC MED. CO,, Chicago, (II. and that the President can come on ally invited to be jncsent. To the somewhnt ut home, the ex- rnhllrtniri::.l.nt8I licr llottlc, GfortJS to remain dining a portion of en- - teadiers I decirfc to say, that neccti-- . cellcut water and tho (mo sport of,i several days last week, , -',.. ,. . bir.-- Site, 01.?., Settles fur Nil. w cauipmcnt week, if not for the whole ty couipells us to take hold of this killing deer and turkeys, of which i spent several days with hersister.Mrs. week. Tlie latet news from tho sick ,vrk, nd that we should not falter there seemed to he nn inexhaustible i tj t Sir room is not, however, at nil favorable wUn jlllv CiXit jA,t ua mvfcQ our supply nml easy o'fj rapture, ns they Win. Ward, the latter pnrt of the t " t',0'L' hojirx. tlrat meeting a grand success, and by had to come to the spring nt which week. i -i ?:' Miss Ida Smith, of Owcnsboro, will rul.lic MMitiment would Dc prac earnest efforts provn to the people that we were encamped to get water. ,u probably teach the fall term of school in suMaining the we are detciniiued to do nil we can tieally iinauiiuoiis Along this river there arc scattering nt Washington Schoolhouse. President should he ts.ue n prolunin for the cnuse of education. groves nnd clumps of spreading everMis Ora Barnett, Xn Creek, left tion nhsoliitely prohibiting eniniigni-tio- n Itesp'y, O. M. Shui.tz. green live oaks, and stunted mesquite for McLean county Inst Saturday, for a period of one year, for bushes, and in these groves, someFRIENDSHIP CHURCH. where she will spend several weeks it is telt thnt the greatest dantimes of several acres in extent, the Mrs. X. M. Hoynl nnd daughter 13 THE DtST. viiting friends and relatives. ger of a cholera epidemic this year is r wild turkeys resorted to roost at night. I&JKWHWC SIMM MWitRK (ft QlWiM The Sunday School at Alexander pas.-eThere U a general recogni- visited her mother Wednesday. Mrs. About n l..nvn,X'Wl'l ' t.Mf.lllCjI. CM half mile from enmp was n is still progressing very nicely, but tion of the peril we rhall be in during Mary Itoyal was the guest of Mrs. ' r iiii.tn. large grove of live oak, which apsorry to say it will continue only two the entire summer of the next year Melie-- a Mnlone Wednesday. The school nt this place began last peared to bo n great resort for deer more Suutlays, for then it will be and a feeling that it would greatly in daytime uud turkeys nt night, nnd II. A. LO.EIEIt&CO., lcs.-e-ii that peril if all cmmigratioii Monday with B. L Kelly teacher. wo killed n grent number ofdeers, brought to a close, on account of tho I Mnlers, Whole-al-e The new echoolhotise ndds much to fall term of school beginning at that CLEVELAND, O. were suspended until it is passed. tho beauty of the place us wo had the advantage of the large place. !U() Superior St. The l'rctideiit ist known to share in Died, August 8th, Elvira Royal, timber ns n screen, by which wc Well, well! tho fair times nre the.--e beliefs but ho is reluctant to could tho more reiuiily approach withherejns everybody is expecting a assume authority which might he daughter of W. W. Royal nfter n long in gun-sh- ot without being observed. OtTIX ll'IKTMT. II She was a member of the grand time nt that place, I nm still questioned in some quarters, even if it illness. One evening, the second day after Daisy Dkani:. Her i for the general welfare of nil. From Christian Church nt this place, our.nrrival nt tho spring, wo wro . ": examination of the lnws nt remains was interred in the family tho cusory aWBaV M m aTWk n. m deer uud THOMAS' SCHOOLHOUSE. Sho leaves a tatlier, having fiuo sport after the quarantine graveyard. the time his twenty-da- y .Io As 1 havo been reading your turkeys, as by thnt time they had behe formed mother, brothers, sisters nnd 11 host of come so famished for water that proclamation was 1 would writo 1 thought paper, the) the opinion that Congressional action friends to mourn her los. Weep not were almost desperate, approaching you a fow lines. nstho.-- c that have no hope, hut follow would be neecssarv to prohibit eni Health is roncrally jood in this the camp from nil sides near enough to migration. This week the Attorney in her lootstep that firmly we may meet be iu easy rifles, On tho section. range of our t General and his nssintants nru making in that Mighty Throng that John would beat a Crops nro lookiiijjbntlly on tho acno man could number, paving the report of ourguns they in Has led nil Worm Rcmodios. n careful examination is order to Streets of light, having washed their precipituto retreat, to leturn ngniu in count of so much dry weather. ascertain whether there any legal BnTTLE GHARANTEED. Mr. Ezra Tuckur and wifo, nnd a few moments. This was kept up for way by which eminigrntion may be robes nnd nintla them white in the deers finally retreat-iugt- o UluforJ Tuckor, of Hreckonridiro several hours.tho 4Mtll.M0VTJUill)llu. III., r.tont stopped by restrictions through our blood of the Lamb. Biiatiiici:. the crove, followed by n numcounty, who havo been visiting consular agents abroad. Tho meti scattered friends and relatives near Loitch-fio- ld ber of the boys. SHREVE. The Democratic managers nro disSept. 10. The people are very mix through the grove in all directions, and Millwood, returned homo covering that free trade will go in this lous to seo tho chrystnl drops from each ouo on his own linoic, ns it were, country, which owes its tuiequnled Heaven descend in multitudes; ponds, nnd were soon out of reach of assist" Tho series of mooting; conductso directly tn n protective nnco from each other. As for myself, ed by Rev. Mr. Bo.arth Anderson, springs nnd wells ure failing fust. tarill', and I have it from a trustwor. James Cardcn nnd wife, Tiisler, I wns so intent on tho business of kill- closed hist Sunday with about thy source that they have wrung n nccompnnied by Mrs. Brenton Grant, ing deer thnt I had not noticed my thirty-s- ix professions. promise from Mr. Cleveland to repuof this place, spent Saturday nnd Sun-tin- lone and nlmnsl defenseless position Saving fodder is tho ordor of tho diate the free trade plank in tho Chiwith Bucll Wilkerson's family, until aroused by tho sight ofn mountwook. Corn has badly dried up. cago Plntform in his letter of necepti ol Short Creek. ain lion so near mo when first discovE. D. Smith will move in a fow uncciuid again nssunio the transparHardin Porter passed through our ered that retreat semiied out of the days to Brownsville, Edmonson ent ninsk of "Tariff Iteform," which question. Tho Xan tnrcr.ful IlcmrJy crertlUcoT ho hits been in the habit of wearing town this week with a drove of rattle. county, whoro ho will cultivate tho rrcl, r. It It certain In II. cUcct. and duo not Miss Lclio Rosso n went to Hartford Thero seemed to bo no alternative farm of Mr. Unolip. Wo dislike to UUtrr. lU'udrrootUlowi for n long time when showing his face Friday. D. H. Godsey left Sunday left me, but to stand my ground nnd give him up. in States controlled by protection votfor his school ncnrMt.VernonChurch. try tho virtue of my trusty rifle, Colt's S. B. Smith's watormolons aro not It will he too much like Mr. ers. Last Wednesday James Shrcvo, nnvy revolver nnd belt knitc, the latKueiwood, MJ., Mar 2, KX, so nico as thoy wore last your on thu Lincoln's "swapping horses while l)a. IJ. J, .CjyDAiT. Co.. ol this placo, and Miss Eliza Phillips, ter ono of tho best make, with n (lent AUmt thrto jonrii flfrn I roto tn ynu account of having no rain. crossing n stream" to fool the voters rMxit nl.iri I dhiio! Uiu lml it &iaIu, I of Trisler, were uuitcd m the holy heavy twelve-inc- h (w)x lHtiiliot irfinlall'ithpftvlM Curo.nmtil blade. As 1 stood mir Bro. Lynch proacl.osat tho ThomTho Democratic of this country. limUt tvtiinit li tut.'uie. lnwnrfConitiii'uJedUta bonds of matrimony at tho reside nco to defend myself tho lion halted also, outrsbolimuutovltt nit iiikfmici. illA Anmu K. Kjuiuuox. as Schoolhoiiso on Sunday ovonings is n frco trndo party it cannot party Mr. Shrevo is nud crouched ns though to spring, like of the bride's father. go behind the dcclnrntion ofitsNu-tionu- l nt throo o'clock. a farmer, Mrs. Shrevo is au estimable a cat ready to pounco upon a mouse. Convention and ns such it is Wo think that Grayson will bo on lady. May their future bo n happy Whilo in that position I took 'deliberdoomed to defeat. a boom ns thoy aro preparing to dig one, is tho wish of Vanissa. f .iKDrx. Warren Co., Va., June 52, 18S. ate aim with my riflo nud fired. This Secretary of Stato, Foster, says Dn. n. J. Kemai t. Co.t clay near I.oituhfiold. lxar mm Iniucttay tlmt I once tr!M a Itnttta only had tho effect of encouraging the of your Kendall' HifvlnCiiru on thero is no foundation for tho sensa-tlon- ul S.B. Smith will stay on D.m O'Ri-lo- y's roll, ind tt entirely rt'iuorl n tutu mmvlu nml BARRETTS FERRY. brute to coutiiruo his pursuit, which IilM nut iihokII Iho Nit tin In nmoTiiu IU Tho statements concerning the probfarm another year. hnrso U x or evpii cnr M, wry uuud, and has Sept. 12. Kind editor, if you will he commenced iu a creeping, crouchd in.'hnnl wnrlc nil of I.i linn. ability of tho instructions given to allow mo . Kiuqston SAUtousr. iUBj vctf ullj yours, Mrs. Delia Smith has been at her spneo in your vnlublo pa- ing ruauner, with his eyes steadfastly Admiral Wnlder bringing nbout n row per, I will give you a few items from fixed upon mo, having tho nppenrnnco lirothors, tho past week. Sho will with Great Britain concerning her alreturn home next Tuesday. this place. of two balls of "fox firo" or "jack leged encroachments, or intended enJ, D. Smith camo homo last night. Health is good. Thero is quite a o'lnnterns." Colvubia, Ala.,JulrSI, ISJJ. croachments upon tho Territory of boom ut this placo now, building, Dn. n. J. nuitoiLi. Co. i "Wo nro all ghtd to seo liim for wo havo irrtviuall.r rrmotfcl nno camflt Ucut. Ho wns then somo forty paces dis1lMl uninl.i will) ymir KliHulla bfuvlu Cure. Venezuela. Ho says that tho admin- bridges, putting up stores, and builmiss him badly nnd I guess his girl """"HIVWi iuu It. c. KniaiiT. livt'itmi)'1 tant, and I had no desiro for nny istration had uo information of any. will bo ghtd too, whon sho hoars ding a railroad nt tho same time. further fumiliarity. Liko most anthing that could by any rcnsonnblo A thrco weeks meeting hns just. imals of tho cat species tho lion is u that ho is at homo for sho thinks sho rrlrolirbottle,or3liboti!cfor3. Alldruc-Clipossibility make nny trounblo be- closed, being mostly conductoJ by liaro It or enn get It far ou, or It will bo arnt will seo him suroly. to any (uldru. on rvcclptot jirlco by tbo iroirlo-tcri- . nimblo climber, audi had not reach tween this country uud Great Brit-in- n, Brother Barrett. Thero wero fourMiss Bessie Smith and hor fellow ed half way to the top of a nnd that the three warships, teen conversions and twclvo DR. D. J. KENDALL CO., Miss play quits. nro about to live oak trco near by before tho Enosburgli Falls, Vermont Concord, Kcnrfngo and Chicago, wero to tho Church, "Weston Smith seoms to bo very busy beast wns on its wny up and ho ordered to Venezuela becauso of tho 1 Brother Barrett mado many warm playing with hor doll condition of affairs in that friends nt this placo. Wo nil think seemed to bo hurrying up matters a unsettled little moio than I liked. I hastened don't blaino you, Woston, you aro a country, to protect American interests, ho is a good man. hold to your doll as long ou, however, nnd beat him to the baby ami coramcicial nnd otherwise, anil that For fear of tho waste Morris Cubbago happened to quite us you can. topmost limb by several feet, nnd hnd basket 1 will clnso. Admiral Walker's orders nro general au accident recently. His tenm ran timo to brace myself securely for Tunny Shout. This kills rather thnn specific. LVLV aLL nwny with him and camo near killLVas I B LE EH tho struggle which I knew was inevlively 'sensation, which got sevKhaut. ing him, or tlio I.KII'OIt lUlXHi;.VXi:.SN, itable. eral days uncontradicted headway Obtained, and ull VA'lhbT ltlmlttA.t m IIAIIIT, Cnri-i- l nt Homo III Ten Iiijm u owiug to tho absenco ot Secretary MODKItMT. .'.'.S Oui tvnitiil to for On came tho lion in excited fury, Till: IIKV, (.r.O.lI.TlIAYEK.ornourhon bj-- niliiilulslerliiK Dr. Unlum uppiMile tho II H. I'n tent (mice, iiud wn inn no Iml., wija: "llolli iiijHilf nml wifootio our llira uud us ho placed ono forcpnw upon Mm Hum ijumi' luniolo from lam 1'ntviMH in Foster from Washington. tlolileii NprclIlP, ii a ui UHifArimv, si'ihi Wu huiuu., visa ttoNIIII.WII'N COMHVMlTrOX CUirK. IIO'II) of liitfiitlnn It ran l ulH'ii iu ixlii'n of lieer.nuip of colTeo niUmi in lo Mitmt tho spreading forks of which I hud Bold by V.. Wnyim (IrilHu X llro. at.llttV flCLMll I llUltl'IIMll UIIIIIIIKU fit) tll.llidh or tcii, or III loud, without tho knuviledii of the (iSl.f.S I'MKltr Is St. Vllhll braced myself, I brought my henvy pilli'lit. ItuiiWnlutoly liirinU.', nml will nlFvl LAFFOON. Foi t'liriimr nilvicc, li'ii.'.: mid lefciriirca tn to Cunxlllliptloil, 4'nllsllllltf in own Mnt, Oiiiniy, I'llyoi ClIliililk'iilH In knito down on that forearm liko ii pornwiont nnd .pwdy cure, whether tho Sopt, 10. Died, nt hor homo near Kiiiii. Ililsom tow III? coujjliut unci', lown, urilu In U inoilereniU'di Inker or nil nlcoliollflttrwli. a butcher's cleaver, completely sev- It li ih J i ufi'ii ii n tlmiM iml cftei, nnd In cv. Boll's Hun tho 8tli,in8t.,AuntMarga-ro- tt (iflict 'luilitnaton, li O OuwtCt I'ntim perfli't euro III. followed, It llt'lor King, ouo of the oldest nnd most "lIACKMirrAt'ltY'n Mhutlnx nml Irnxrnn ering it from his body. Ho made an erj cent. Hold by .. perfume, Irico i't and .)teiu onen luipregn ited wllli tho attempt to spring, but fell short of full'. The Uvoine. nn litter impomlblllty for Iho women in tho county. W'aynOrllnnJklIio. highly respected KvlfH It ndWblikeTSnMti ifnurntenl, 48 his aim nud loll, lodging upon a limb liiiiirnppellto to exl.l. Cure Sho was ouo of tho first members of cured at bows with thofiOI.il-I'.out pain, llook of liar. Hnil.OlI'HCATAHKir somo five or six foot below. I then p:ijlioiik ol piirllculiir.free. Adilre.. Bell's Run Church and has lived a euro for t'litnrrh, Diph'bcna Kernel ttcuiaraicnt rHKE, and NI'KCIFIU CO, 18) HACK Nlieet RM.WTXII.LKV.MIL revolver at lim nml had emptied my Sho Bold by Z. Wyiu Urilfln A Oro. Christian mombor to tho end. Ohio, Vm UOcolOiXWalUluaut,1 WASHINGTON. PROFESSIONAL CARD. t Encounter with 111 ir im hap-pine- ss 1 rk,AZ If foreigners dn not pay the duties, why should they rcinovo their factories ATTOBXKV AT LAW, to the United States? HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. W the United States is not producJIH, 9, Ot CNV, J, n. r. wrnmifl. ing tin phitc iu commercial quantities, , i 6z why nro GO Welsh works idle? HARTFORD, KY. If tho MoKinloy wool duties did (Oilier, otitAihIi Ilinnr.) not protect American wool prices, why Will pr.K'tlee their profo.ilnnliinll the court, o has the price of wool fallen in the I hm mid niholiiiniT romitlo, nnd rmirt of Appenl. Hpreinl .tti ntioii kikii to eriinuml prmtnennd Loudon market over 21 per cent, collection., vinmj since January, 181)0, while in the .A.. same time the fall iu the price of American wool has been only 7 per - - G-lenx- tin-pla- te ""Wedding-- '& n. kii d par-rad- n I FREE o. ,,d lii ,,,,,, ! J o v r I I -- rr. Xf mmt WHITE'S cent.? HARTFORD, KY. Arc not protective duties on foreign Will prnctlee h'.. profc In (ibionn.l Hie. court of Appcnla. sipecia wool tho only barriers that prevent Attention (til en to collection.. the price of American wool from beOffice north spin public nqnnre. tSTIt ing the same ns tho prico ot wool in 11. V. m.VGO. K. D. (10FFV. the world's market? (Sc Is the Hon. M. T. Stevens, of Massachusetts, woolen manufacturer, in favor of free wool becauso it would Will prartlee In all ronrta of Ohio .lndinyfuninB rountleK, nml In Supi rlor f'otirt nd Court of Apbenefit the farmer? peal.. Collection, and nil letfal bu.lneat attended Why should Democratic Labor to. Office, No, U, over Anderson' Itntnar, Hartford, Ky. T2 71y Commissioner Peek's report, showing how the McKinley law has increased wages nnd given life to iudustry.cnme ATTQRHEV AT LAW, such great sorrow in the Free-Tra35ZT2T. Docs not this show that tho camp? s hopes of the nro bnsed :, "W-eddingon the misfortunes of our people? TZ. If the Turitf hns caused strikes, why were there 1740 less strikes in Now Stnte in 1891 tlmn thero were in 1800? (OftlcelnCrowiler Ilullding.) Is the exnmplo of Grover Cleve-hinWill prnetico hi. profr.nion In nil the courts of who immediately before his first Ohio nnd Adjoining counties. AIo Nolnrjr Mntiff nomination for tho Presidency con I'lllillc fessed that he didn't know n thing Xjm nbout the Tariff and who wrote his ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tnrifl message nt the dictation of s, Southern a better ono for Democrats to follow thnn thnt of Will pr.iotlcolii. profession In nit Iho Courts ol Jefferson, Madison, Jackson, Benton Ohio nnd ivlJolniiiR counties, nnd In the Court of Appeal.. HpecliI nttentlon glren to collection. nnd Randall? Office, oier Willlnins, Hell A Co'sdrug.tore. If the line of "reform'' should first TT embrace free raw mntcrials. why did bj ft Mf ii. the 'reformers" pass n bill placing QS V 'W? U tin pinto ou the treo list nfter n short interval, while tho duty on sheet iron, the raw mntcrinl of tin plato wns 'retO-viff- Tames Smith, Attorney at Law, Attorneys at Law. Kingo, Perry Westerfield . de TL3Vl?&OttJDt 3i. Free-Trader- R.oslne, K.y. :&. Attorney at Law, Heavrin, Free-Trader- Hartford. Ky, -aUS Gf9 ained? With cost of living lower and farm prices higher than two years ago, ns admitted by Democratic Sountors Carlisle nnd Harris, would not tho farmer bo foolish, indeed, were ho to vote against Protection, the farmer's policy? , Free-Trade- d. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT it ysnaw XH Kiim VIMMIE FOR 20 YEARS i- WUM vnl-lial- ii-- ucd rs nlwnys fenr Why do Is prepared to do nil kinds of tho evidence of facts ns tho owl fenrs Dental work at ronsonnble prices. tho light of dnv? who attemptAre tho ed to nullify the Constitution iu 18.'S2, nud rebelled against it in 1801, better judges of its provisions than the Protectionists who fought nud bled for it c during five long years of war? Free-Trader- s frir nn PARADI3E. Sept. 12. Our School taught by It. D. Wclborn, opened with u good utteiidcuco Monday morning, Sept. the 5th. Miss Mabel Graham, Xcbo, Hopkins county, has charge of quite an interesting class in music. Mrs. D. F. Roll is visiting friends ami relatives in Bowling Green and Glasgow. . Miss Mabel Sweat, Rockport, who has been visiting friends iu Paradise returned homo Inst Tuesday. The ico cream supper Wednesday night, given for tho benefit of tho Methodist Church,' was not so large ly attended, but nil seemed to havo saw-tha- T?i?'Mtl'S5VV3ir F'V J PLEASANTIMwmk Mg) fl!S I rnr FEEL. BPIOHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. My doctor It u gently on th atomoca, Knr and kldne)t.andliap!eunt lautlre. ThU drink mad. 1 from hcrba. and la prtpandtornsvajeaaujM U tea, 1: called THE NEXT MORNING to-da- y. W'kendalusI LANE'SMEDICIHE U AlldrucsliUBcllltatWc.aniiriiiOapaciaeo. cannot L'etlL.endrouradilreaaf or rraaaompla. aac'a Family Medicine lae bnilitua oyu Jn onlvrto be h alihy, tbl.tiiner.MrT. Addrvw. pro-peri- ty ?. ySmVINJURElll y win icitiir ..ITTSA DUTY von Iy to set tho best Tnluit for your money. vcononiizn in your looiuenr Dypnrcnnaina: I.. IIiiukJu- - Miocs, which represent Iks brat ."".7J for prices asked, mm thousands vnlue Kendall's Spavin Cure. um-1 Kendall's Spavin Cure. a pleasant timo. M.QOM. 250 The sociul given by Mrs. Jones 3.50 SiLiiB'Jil 2.00 roitiAoiu Thursday night, proved quite an 2.50 $2.00 affair. 51.75 2.25 .LWmWm. rort boys Quite a number of our pcoplo atnn 9 1.75 tended the cntertaiument given Fri-da- y night by I). B. Roll, near town. Miss Mnggio Ham, Harry Moore and Jo Fox, wont to Greenvillo Friday. It is currently reported that tho SHOE IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONET. Alexander heirs nro going to open THE BEST HTKCIAl.TIKH In footwear ore of OTUKIl tho tamo hlirh Kradcand repreient a money valus tho old Williams lauda Coal mine nt far beood the price, charged, Seo that naino and nrlco aro .mnipeil on bottom or each shoo, ing on Green River, n few miles above ". TAKHMMI1IISTITI'TE. W. Ii. Ilouiilus, Jlrocktuu, Muss. Bold br M. H. Paradise. HOCKER & TABORS, Rosine, Ky. 5.00So3 00 dKwIfSi .4 riurtu&S(fr,,r Ml W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cenIBW Notice Republicans. Kendall's Spavin Cure. 1 addi-ditio- ns to-d- ay. Tho Republicans of Grayson county nro requested to meet at tho Court House iu Leitchfield, nn tho fourth Monday in this month, (tho 20th day) at ouo o'clock p. in. to rcorganizo tho Republican Committee, caused by the crention of tho now precincts nnd to orgnnizo a Harrison nnd Reid Club on thnt day. Hoping ull Republicans will attend I nm, Resp'y Dan 0'Rtt.i:v, Chairman. o s List of Appointments. Col. C. M. Burnett will uddross tho pooplo of thoFourth Congressional District at tho followiu; nnmod f' si tl nu-ot- her places: Campbellsvillo,Sat. Sopt. 21, 1 Lobauon, Mon. Sept. 2f), 1 Springfield, .Wod. Sept. 23, 1 Burdstown, Tliurs. Sept. 20, 1 times-nn- ui'ii 12 H 1 1 1 piBbi 1 111 p. p. p. p. in. m. in. in. BEST. EMDODIESEVERYDtSIRABLElHPIlOVtMtNT .l Pr Many Exclusively HAN0SofAE FLEGANTLY Its Own. FULlY.uteo V-- 4r'W3civf;iri: Notico to Log Mon. saw-log- Ikm-i- Ol-- am now rcntly to contract for s nud will bo in Hartford ou Mondnys and Saturdays. Will bo glad to make prices to those who contemplate cutting logs. GOtf I plNISHD SEE UUR mm WABfm I1M13 flVETEftRS GENT OR 'Hncer-Muiit- h. Cliielu-natt- l, W. II.Mooku. Agt. John A.Rcitz & Sons. A UVL AOENT WftNTEUIN tVERY TyWI tf TEE wsssma miiMi iiMiiiiwniiiMiBniiiiirinMiiw :zra flBawan WmnHaMXKiMBMX Prettiest Line of Hats and (Bonnets over seen in Owensboro, entiickv. v I ho St Everyone who sees our line of Millinery and Dress Goods say they arc Hie prettiest they have ever seen. Imported Pattern HATS and BONNETS on exhibition a week before and during the Fair. politely show you through. eosts you nothing to see them, and our sales-ladie- s will All the latest Fabrics in Dress Wear. Our Stock never was as Large and Complete before. Souvenirs to each purchaser. We will be closed on 115 E. Main St., Saturday, Oct. 1, 011-accout of Holiday. EKZC3731'lll Owensboro, it entucky. Town Taxes. Tho-- o Hartford Republican Lem MeHi-nrwent to Louisville PBBLWIIKD KVtillY FHIIIAV MOJININU. Tuesday Hon. E. P, Xenl went to OwensboK.lllor ami I'mprlil'ir. JO. II. ROMIHIM, ro Tuesday, Ham G. Rho.ids, Wo&tcrMcltl, was in FRIDAY, SFITKMHBII 23, 181)2. town Tuesday. Dr. Euos McCoriniek, Hedu, was in We are authorized to annoucc town Tuesday. E. P. NEAL, R. P. Miller, Owensboro, was in Of Preutis, Ohio couuty, as u eiindi town this week, , date for Commonwealth's Attorney Hon. John J. McIIenry went to of the Sixth Judicial District of KenLouisville Tuesday. tucky, composed of the counties of McJohn Lindlev and wife, Livennore, Ohio Couuty Pair Program. Ohio, Hancock, Davichs and were in town Tuesday. Lean. Election, Novemder 8, 1812. FOUR DAYS. Miss Ruth Ella Hoknes, Uiiea, is The greatest exhibition in Clothing, Dry goods, Hats, Roots. Shoe, etc., the guest of Mis Eva Morton.' II. P. Taylor ami wife, went to will begin at Kahn's Trade Palace Louisville Wednesday, returning yes each day at (j o'clock n.Jm. FOR I'KEfllDKNT, yet, when Gen. Democracy gave out that a great content wan at hand, and exhorted any one who would meet him to ctep forth from tho tank:), not n man moved, therefore, hut on the other hand all looked down the lino to ?ce if his position was exact " Thus ended our concern, thus ended the light, hut our Republican champion went on the ntnge ami gave exhibition of his skill, by the delivering of a speech on the issues of this campaign, which has not been equaled since the days ofE. C. Hubbard. PERSONAL OEHHHuu2K?l.rf BUSiNESS CARD! To the People of Ohio and Adjoining1 mi. XHV SUJISIM1 have not paid their town taxes are earnestly requested to do so at once. unci uiaku settlement soon ami your prompt action in the matter will be uiinrccinteil ami will save time and t rouble. Pes'v, W. P. Tiiomah. who 1 Republican Ticket. BENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Indiana. pon vice rmamiiNf, I i RUNNING. -- WHITELAW REID, Of New York. FOK COVCIRENS One quarter of a mile from Ground to our store to secure one of In .Men's, nllered the bargains JJoya.nml Children's clothing, TffAin: iw..w;i. With every S5.00 .worth of good f. II lair ticket. With every 810.00 worth of good,a fine clock. With every 815.00 woith of good.-.-a fine piere of silverware MULE RACE out of sight. wm "., i C. M. BARNETT, Of Ohio County. Fan .iii:itiFi', CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR CIRCUIT :OIIICT CI.EHK, ' Murderer Caught auri IJung if. Would be a terrible thing, but If you want to see the prettiest lot of new I Jcwelrj that win ever in Hartford. you Enirou,o.-ii:i'i- i H. Rucki:ii. of the huslil to jro to C. R, Martin and Somerset icVMrfcr, was shot and fatal- - the pretty line of Jewelry of all kind All kimU ly wounded as lie was returning nouie tli.it he Kceied from his ofiice last Monday night. and shapes of the prettiest and latest styles, cheaper than ever wns sold beHis kilter opposition to the lawlessCall before all the prettiest are ness of Somerset and Pulaski comity fore. is supposed to have been the cause. gOU6. He died early Tuesdav morning. SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. j , v. OVERCOATS. JJefoki: the Rei'UW.ican again conies to its readers the Fair will be Nothing has been sparin progress. ed that would add to the success of the occasion and a great mid enjoyable Much fine stock time is anticipated. will be nu exhibition and several fast flunks will enter the various trotting 'nd speed rings. The display orfann 'products will be excellent and Hloral Hall will be crowded with the prodThe eueigetic efforts of ucts of art. the Company merit the hearty support and patronage of the people and they will get it. We have 800 in dillerent .styles amj prices. Come and get one tit' Kahns Tiiadi: P.w.u'i:. i Tl,,. - 'I'd LM"., :,. .. 1......1 I.S L J.ViY IlL' ill. IlillUl. Summer Garb will so.on bo doffed, and the Autumn Allire put Say on. The people want something new and fashionabfe. what you please this is true, and right. As well buy NEW GOODS and FASTIIONAIJIiK ones'as lines thai have been in use terelay. Recognizing this Tact, and a just one, we have spared Mrs. Eli.a Riley, of near Newville, fifty years. . ... V mumi 9Kfui .. v ' teguest or .Mrs. .Mueiia lanuer, no pains nor trouble to buy SOMETHING NEW absolutely J 1 ill'"ve tlvDr. B. F. Mitchell and wife, Fords- r new. No stock, but somethimr new and tonov. We find l,w" 'I'uesduy and e; w'ra i' cdneohiv. LINE ... .llllllHV this to be the first want of the people, after which they want to r, 1. .tll'I ll'ni'V Will II. .. '. tor i;euvui, Col., whero he will spend know the prices. Wolf, as to prices, let us moralize. The man tie winter. Mrs. R L. Royd, Spring Lick, that tells you that he can sol! you goods 10 or 20 per cent, cheap ited friends at Heaver IJ.iin, the first er than anybody else is undenitinu' your intelligence. We make of the week. Ellie 'fay or, Paradise, has Prices and values are two things. It is CASEBIER'S 'BUS accepted a position in the Mellenry no such proposition. Coal Co's. stoie. one thing to know a value and another to fix a price. We have Ij 'io!u Pirtlu, Hartford, MEETS ALL DAILY tor endeavored a pn;itioi) j;s Milliner by close attention and experience to learn someIloeker & Ci).,HiMve'rl.iin. Mis. Oliver, l'Mdyvllle, who has thing of values, and every advantage that has been turned to .Wr. Mirtiu, been her returned homo Moudiy. account in reducing prices. MUSCLE, B11A1N and MONEY OTNTH5 Dr. and Mrs Coleinnn went to TO ALL. assert wee k, 'have ail been used ibr this purpose, and we confidently Whitcville Thursday of icturning Monday. we have given the people satisfaction in this line. Now all Miss Lula Loudon has returned to that her home nt Addison, alter spending we ask is that you give us a visit, as we propose ETOIE TEEffl several weeks in Hartford. r.... 111U HJI 11... ptimiv rtl L 1L1" 4 'CIS Ell HI:" I 1 i-- ; . . bM - last-yea- , , .. HlllVtl FASTI vis- Mi-- s PRICE la-- t Hobbod ou Mnrkot Street! An unknown victim, lilled with depart? 3." poorer. He paid Sl." W a suit Fair IJros, .v. Co. sells iuf el J. A Souvenir Given to every cash purchase at our store during the Fair. Kaiin'.s Tiiadi: P.w.acf, Ytiuglit has returned to am) accepted a position in the Herald's conipol:ig rooms, Mrs. Jennie Larkin, Mi Rlaucli Kelly and Master D.ivie Kelly, of Mellenry, weie in town Wtdiusday. Mrs. John P. Barrett left last week for Louisville, where she will spend $cyeral weeks visiting friends and ..(jhii S. Haitlbrd, On Saturday, 8ept. 24th. L ALIKE. relatives. FOrii DAYS ONLY. ofOhio county has the Republican party been so critically situated as on Speeia Attention That grand old party Is called to tho tn.t, that Kahn's yesterday. stood at the lunik ot tlie gaping era' Trade Palace has the biggest bargains ter of annihilation, from which there cthing for Men, Hovs ami Ohil III IS5UU till 111 11 lllllfjIIMHUUl" tiou ot Democratic siiiokc, mini ami (slush, which would stille the respiraWUSUUIIUl ( Tho Speaking at the Court House Yesterday. IIartfori), K.Y., 8t'pt.'-'-L Mr. Editor Never in the hWtary 20 re Yds. calico, Yds. heavy cotton, Yds. shirting, All for One Dollar At Kahn's Trade Palace. mFI V Mr. Jennie Ifanijlton apij sous, Ray and Duncan, of Mplfeiiry. arp visiting the family of L. Foliv this week. Revs. E. E. Pale, G. J. Reari, Miss Annie Rean and Mrs. J. E. Fugle aie attending annual Conference nt this week. (.'. C. Rennett nud family, left for Tue-daOwen-bor- o where they will make their future home. Harttoid jiich citizens as can ill allord to lo-- e Mr. Rennett. Mi. es Rosa Paxton and Katie Hijiiljlion, of ljeaver Dam, have accepted positions Witt) the M!llenry Coal Company , as Milliners and Camp-bellvilly, To open the largest and finest stock of GE VEUAL MEIlCHAN-'Si'MAJJISE that we have ever had. We anticipated an extended trade and have prepared for it. We cannot do more (ban call attention to our various lines: ATTENTION Givantothe Traveling Public. Gents (loihing. This we have made a specialty and have all the Newest and Pine-- t Styles for the season. In tlit.s line the Pest and Goods may be found. Wedding suits a specialty. Finest Over-coats the CS-ent- s fine-- t. LAI)IES' FURNISHING LADII-- GOOD-- ', ELVE S1IOHS. IV5, LADIES' WRAPS, LADIES IIA BONNETS, &c. Gents I'm. "IV.ielU W.uuple-..nishiug GooiU, Evei thiu needed. Pins 3t.se3. ROCK MISS VIOLA PIRTLE '"STAl'LES. They nrc down at prices. HOT-TO- tion of intermiitidaiie existences and .overcome eyt'lopean powers of endur-Jine- e. According to appointment Franks, Assistant Republican Elector for the State at Large, arrived in Hartford 4 hours before the time at which he was billed to address tho citizens of our otuuty ou the political issues of the iy. Shortlylafter his arrival, Chair-laaTiusley was approached by 'Chairman Holbiook for a division of time. Hir, at this junction, we Republicans, who believe in the heaven and heru doctrine of ivholnok to Republican principles as itbe .lfiniuMi of American intercut-,f stood Miliavtl trembled, lint sir, after we hnd.exluiid our Republic, an resources in the .eon'derllion of Moiiiejilau by which we might vceni) : lUt. jtnpending ruin thatseemed to be ilitisMi'iiing- NVu ilecideil that tliero Wivuli one iliitig that we could do, N j I. 1' IHSNAUI., l'U'nt, J.VU. II. IllllVlf, CnllUT Di STATEMENT Of tho Condition of tho Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Close of Business April 23, 1802. Madeline Herinnny, Louisand Miss Almn Atkinson, R.ird-towattended the Elizabeth-towFair, the guests of Judge II. W. English ap; family. Misses Sue Owsley und Mf.mie Rarnard, Louisville, and Mia J. W. Sullivan, South Carrollton, will be the guests of Mr. J. W. Fold and family next week. Mi-- s ville, n, n Will welcome her many friends, ami the trade generally, to our Immense Millinery Thn bin been enlarged ami we now propose to furnish the bet Stylo of all goods of this kind. Visit our Millinery Dc partmpnt. j Boots and tShoes. The Famous "Ilureo Shoe'' brand. WAGONS TeiinesFcc. we-wil- Also keeps a Livery- - first-clas- s "Old Hickory" ami sewTng and Feed Stable, whore r MACHINES. RESOURCES. Notes and HilN oOc. at Kahn's Trade Palace. Jl.OOO.OO Heal Estate l.iOO.OO Furniture and Fixtures.. NOTICE! n!):!, Expen-e- s Paid All of our friend-nu- d Cash on IlaiKi and in other iviiic;tcd to make ur toie liciiiliiimr- .'8,010.01 j teis dining the Fair have plenn of Hanks i'moiii for on, so call and be at home -- BUPTgy Whips During tin Fair only worth 6I.0O for Brinii' your Cash or Country Produce and Respectfully, cheaper than ever before, l fill bills jou can have jour B RUSE l&H$ifi fill HI iiil WL to1 vaw hYi'-.; 88 1,027..'!) wilb it". fit. iV. Mi:, IIU UHK. H lO eOll-U- HI U IIIVISIOII - CJmtTtitl Stock IjL'sl'fVO i'irhWl.l)l 8(i'-'.:ii Calinoes, only, at fii'., .pick ami choice, at K11I111V Trade Pahn;e. ijin Duiig 2.2:10.00 Siiriilin Time rolls on,, tiws Jiouns approach- Interest ami Exehango ol.loi.r,.) ing it is near at hand, but jiot yet. Deposit Account. . :ioo.:i: It etill approaches, it's nearer at haw), Due other Ranks. Oh, what shall be the "Vox populi, vox Dei" dicta? .Shall it be, "Well 884,027.0!) done thou good and faithful champIn submitting this we U-InGtafP ions, enter thou into the joys of vic- that our business has steadily grown tory?" or shall itbe, "depart from mo each month since our opening, and ye victims of pretended patriots, tho by the most careful, watchfulness and democratic party?" Ye, the hour a strict observance ofthc principles of approaches it's at hand. HUt! hist) the most conservative Ranking, we Who hope not only to extend our acquaintwhat voice is that? Listen! The voice replies, "A ance, but U) .comes there? ourselves worthy friend, an envoy from Gen. Democ tho confidencetrove is being so liberalthat racy's camp." "Advance, friend, ly reposed in iih. and stale thy iniseion." (Stack your We are here to aeeommodtilo thn arias, fellow Republicans, u a guar- people, each and every business, I am auhis safety.) "Sir, antee of courtesy sI.mI1 be extended to them, thorized by Gen. Democracy to tato but in no case shall safety bo sacrito your Republican Highness, that ficed for friendship or to obtain owing to the ravages of diseaso in U John II.Rarnks, Cashier. camp he is totally unable to meet m you on the field of action, and further Do you Woar Pants? if it pleases your highness to negotiate the surrender of the Democratic ban- Then come to uh and get n pair out of style for little money. ner. Oh, sir, it gives me pain to bu 2.000 different KAiiy'dTnA)uPAi,AM;. necessarily compelled to make these mt certificate revelations, but hero is RE SURE and attend tho Fair Pendleton, evidencing from Dr. J. E. the fact that the Hon. W. T. Hay-war- don't miss a single day. who was put forward by the District Convention us the Goliah of Whore was you last Night? I have been at Kahn's Trade PaN j Democracy, is too indisposed to meet vour David, and while other of our acoaud bought more and better goods' tliero for $.r.00, than I could buy else-Democratic soldiers laugh sarcastically and scoru your Lilliputian David, where for 820.00. bus-iuc11 d, 1 .(if tune. UlinLn w IfUJ mm wium brosm i? iniinflrMT i Tho attention Mill has A J AK El just Horses Fed, and Set (he best of rigs dav or night. Leave jour or- - s bdot. Mark- - tho Opening of tho Beaver Dam Roller Mills. of tho public: is specially called to tho completed upon the iiiohI modern plan, unproved appliances tor tlie nianiitaetuio of tho FINEST . ... !.,. M .1 l !..:.:.. i. . mi money iiu! ,nccu bpnreti to j iiim-- i ....... imiuwio. been 1 . jui-uhui- FALL and WINTER TRADE. Wp ol'pr lor your inspection a LARGE'- - STOCK Of New and Desirable Goods nHLrduW Mill Owensboro, Ol mw at Very Reasonablo -- Prices at wes IMPORTED SUITINGS From tho fashion centres of Europe. AMERICAN FABRICS In new and beautiful patterns'. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS In fall ami winter novelties. fjijr iiiiiiio ou nny l'ackiiKt mriiiiH BEST VALUES for LOWEST u m mmmmmmmmw Boots, IBtc. Give us call. Special Prices Tin: 0,000 Fall and Wilder Cloaks, Latest Styles, S'J.XO to $J5 each, FREE llltownlut AKfiilH G.E. Ovsrstreet & Co 'JUS 'ot notliliiK llutlvry voinljliinl, iiikI Wnulnl. iiieHNiui-- . maki it turin out as fine product nanny Mill in tho STATK. ri'k It has been thoiouhly tested, having been run almost every day PACKED WITH AN IMMFNSIC LINE OF tjineo jts completion nm ti (virtion of tho timo nt night to keep up with ilrt mderrt. Its product low boon sold to tho best, most scrutinizing :udi particular trade of tho country, and it is with prido that it can point to. teMiiiionialH from the best bakers and many of the very best cooks of tho county that it makes the best Hour they ever used. For tho benefit convenience and protection of the farmer has this Mill been built, anil to him will it look for its support. 'li'1 ProIPr Cllrc 01,i" County can produce nsyood wheat us any.nmf this Mill intends to see. that her fanners get tho benefit of any ofiorta' fihev put forth in this direction. The best pnuluols of this Mill ahall go upon tho farmers table, and if ho will fvo it with his patronage nml his u flueueo satisfaction will Uo to him. ' Wo havo now cno of tho very best and most experienced millers m" a tho Qrecn, flivor Country, but that no pains may bo spared to give the fynucr tho full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo have ordered und aro expecting overy day nn oxpert miller sent by tho builders of our Mill 'Wo Mmll ceriainly consider it n great to stay with us during tho season. favor if overy farmer in tho County will oall on us within tho noxt 00 days I'rl,.l mitli'i Irom llm lul (Hutu of Hit l.n Oilniii'. I.1111I1. Ilai'l.. Ki.incv Wl.v l.ln.r .llri..iiMi.. lUifiiiiiiliNiii. ln.li;i(lli.H. ltfi..,iHlii. niiv ).n.l i.t Mi'iiLm.. or (ilhcr ami got a enrnpio 01 our product ami our treatment. We. want nil tho iln..i.., ii'li Illii'Oii'il) Willi iiikjimiiiihI Uf j. ..11 uiliiullli (IIiiiiIji'Iiii iiIIhvi'iI FIRST-CLASin County and if you havo it iuiii..MiinutH.)Tii.r.i.tiiK no jimn'S ULLO I OIU DC'.. T l'l BtAMA ...m. it- wheatn thttf is for salo ll. tho 1. I Ifliwl n till ! Mill tiinnvont'iiii tn.il.lri'P. "I". iu o.uiu, it ltl uiiu nu niu )iuy uiu I.! Ui, It uignesi inarKet price lor it, .Mm Illrdni. Tiiism x llillrrli'". ti. 0. dl. uti'l S1A, irmtllii'.l, l'l agy-Mp- l open every day except Sunday. ' I"' HWiliitnltn siiil.iniil kiiiiiiiiiii-i- lii luat Inr i.uit, A II. 'It mnl to try tlii'iii, .... fact tlint thi wth nil the FLOUR unil attention paid to mail orders. X :wi:l . BIROS. i I 1111.I I lfl-- rice nml lull proiln. t t rlli!iliil, Kliviiufiyto nlnH'k. I'iihi Jlrillciiliuitlrp, Writn Fourth Av., Louisville, Ky. ...lri"M 1)11. JITIMI, li'lroll, Mlvli, BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. MttwtfiafymiMi taawrwwnrmwMTrrtusm jtatmcjimM FAIR EROS. & CO. They Are Here! THOSE - SPLENDID - Fresh oysters in any stylo nt G. L. Klein it Co. 10c. cintun flannels, Bros, it Co. iSc. 500 lo,cii eggs wanted at tlio Hack-o- t at Fnir Fresh oyster this evening at Klein it Co. go to .Martin. 0. L. For anything in the Jewelry line, DRIVES! Plenty of good rooln for your horse at U. L. Field's. For fine, common or cheap spectacles, go to Martin. For honest goods in the Jewelry line, go to Martin. Get your lunch during the Fair at (J. L. Klein it Co, The best goods .it the Cheapest prices at Martin's. Not drives by moonlight for there is no "moonshine" about but "drives" on special this lines of NEW now FALL (omks GOODS at Fair linn, Ladies, buy your hats (or the Fair That have been selected with to the wants of the people of Hartford. And it Co. Be- -t $1.00 ladies button shoe on earth at Fair Bros, it Co. There will he nil imlictincnt ngniiist Mh,Z lll .K"11"'8 T,illlc. VilUlrc '1,r Got vonr stove and tinware nt Wil. best goods at lowest prices. liains Bros.' Mr. W M. I.inir, of Inlhipmm, Big rush in Fnir Bros. ifcCo.'s Mil Gu., and Miss Willie Bnrtlott will lie linery Department. Jiolh maiiieil Thursday, the 'Jllth. : ; Uuy your Groceries and Confec- - are de.oivedlv popular young icople, turneries otG. L. Klein. and we wish t'hein a long life ot pin-- . '"'ri,' ",,,1 '"'Pl'm The Pratt's Food to bo jjfcen away w!!l?Fair,1iulM,"')l exhibition nt Moiw OveicoaU Vur 85, worth 88 Williams, itU.s'.who are agents ill)(1 g1(, at Flir iros Co lor same. . . St. Frances Hotel, Owcnboro, Ky. Conic and seethe pretty Ladies ' Misses and Children's hats and mint When you come to the Fair, stop at of all, the pretty baby bonnets atMijs this house and net Staid fed and housed. Kates, $1.00 per day. A. 15. Lewis it" Co. 8 t S. S. Sr.uii.. Tho Secretary of tho Fair is kept busy sending out programs, itc., and Public Speaking , says tho interest in the Fair is crciiter A , G , K , T , j, , before. this year than ever uill speak to the public on the sub You will find Oak Hall at the enr- - .ret of "saving money by dealing with ner of'Hd it Frcderiea Street. They him." are the only American Clothing it Shoe House in Owiiboro. The Tmli.l!i Stitemsnt I I I .eni-Amil Store. Murdor! i nderson's Bazaar. As the fiill season is upon us, ono usually looks around to seo whoro they can jrot tho best goods for tho least moiioy. and in doing so, nio inonoy. Wo desiro slock of tho to say that wo havo a carefully most stylish goads and Holoctod at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. DRESS GOODS. In this lino wo aro comploto and nt surprisingly low prices. Wo havo tho most stylish goods to bo bad in tho East, and all wo ask is for you to inspect our itock boforo buying. Wo havo tho latest in Blue Storm Sec. Serges, Cashmeres, Henriettas, Blue Flannel, -- FairlJros.it Co. have Tin: line Millinery and Diess Goods. OXK-UAL- F of ont dislm.ay. farooirthTc. O. it y S, W. railio.id to the Ohio County You will find huge, well ItiriiMicd looms, excellent entertainment and good meals at the Hartford House. Stop there during the Fair. Our clothing does not fall to piece, buttons do not conic off, they fit, they wear, they give satisfaction. F.UH Bnos it Co. r . Mt Ilermou Cliureh,uear Hsd.i, will he dedicated theseond Siiudiviu October. Itcv. E. M. Crowe' will preach the dedicatory sermon. It is an event in the commercial annals of our beautiful town. mm Ll.ADKKS air. And the Hand played Annie Boon-eand Kahn's Trade Palace sold tho goods. UFH At I or thi. villiDLe3237-. Miss Sara is now ready to servo III' 'los ill Huslm'. :',(, tsi. June Wo havo just recei od our iminonso stock and it is tho nicest lino o or brought to town. Wo koop up with tho styles and luo anything you want for fall and winter wear. time you call. you any will bo Don't fail to call early, lor sho RESOURCES. Fine Millinery, Dress Goods, Full Wraps, Fine Goods, Clothing. , Stop at the Hartford House during he Fair. It has fust.clnss accommo dations. Sacks, Cutaways nnd Prince Alberts for men and youths at Fair Uros. Hills Heal estate Furnituie and fixtures. Bonds . . 8r.),.117.0!) .'1,000.00 . 1,000.00 A..K it.Co. to Leave your orders for traii-por(ton to and from tho Fair with it Burton. Wi: acknowledge receipt of complimentary tickets to the hair at I.vnusville, beginning next Tues-th- e '27, nnd continuing five days. Tri-Stato ('ushonhund.tiii other b'ks LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits Debts in suit 1,341.07 743.51 10,420.7!) rushed for tho Fair, and thou you got first choice MCARPETSib We havo just added this lino and invito you to call and seo what wo h:iu and feel sure you can find something to SlOr.,823.0! Case-bie- r WI.HKLI.Y'S SILVER COR- S. B. Howard invites his friends to stop with him nt tho Hartford House NEL' HAND, from Louisville, will' blow for tho Fair. It is worth a quarter any day to hear this band. 830,000.00 70,708.20 , . . But these are simply features in the General Plain. We can show you the handsomest Hue of Notions. Latest Novelties, that were ever introduced in Ohio county, besides tho largest line of Prints, Ginghjuns,B!eachand Brown Cot-IoShirtings, Bed Tickings, n, during the Fair. Oak Hall is the only American House in Owcnboro, cor. .'M and Fredcrica Streets. Williams for sporting Bros, are headquarters goods. They keep the horse-shoein- 15.05 Duo other Hanks Dividend 4 per ct.dcclnred 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes 'We keep up with the styles in dress Profit and loss 3,584.84 Goods, Hats, itc, have a full line and 8105,823.01) invito you to coino and see them. pkao you. TRUNKS and VALISES. Wo havo tho handsomest lino in tho sell you a Trunk or Valiso best, any from county to can tho Saiia it Mi:. tho cheapest best quality of ammunition. I, S. K. Cox, swear the above to Trade at tho reliable old one .price-housAnderson's Ha.aar. We have be correct. o. K. Cox, PitL3iDr.xr. the nicost line in the county. sio or stylo you want and at a bargain. If you want firtchis orrepaiiing done, Williams Hros. have the most experienced hands. It you want your horse to be a sure winner at tho Fair, board him at Casebiei it Burton's stable. MUs A. 15. Lewis it Co. will be glad to have one anil all to call and see their new and stylish Millinery. Saiia it Mi:. 1892. Have you seen tho lino of Storm Serges at Andeisou's Hazanr? They arc the Iatet things out and just the thing you want. Saiia it Mi:. Sworn to before me. this June A.T.N.u.i., D.C.O.C.C. semi-annua- Eno: excelled any place. Tho Popular pair bold under a strict IN. 30, Everybody knows that our lino of Shoos can't bo Anderson's Wear-forov- er s Jeans, Yarns, Bed Comforts, at prices that down competition. Farmers purchasing large bills should call on us at once. FAIR BROS, fc CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. Lin-soy- Presidential election ill ways inni.es things dull, but they arc duller just at present than usual as everyone is stayA lodge of Knights of Pythias is ing at home now waiting logo to tho soon to be organized in Hartford. l dividend of 81.00 A per share was this day declared, payable on and after July 5, 1892. Shoes can bo bad in nny stylo or sio. Every guarantee In ladies fine goods to try us when wo havo anything you want. Don't fail Fair. you want shoes of any kind. As tho Ohio County Fair is near Co. carry the largest, Williams, Hell it Co. have a very best selected and cheapest lino of complete prescription department and Hoots and Shoes in Ohio county. arc prepaicd to accurately compound Fair Bro. it Don't let your child suffer from cold when you can buy an Overcoat for SI. ."SO at Kahn's Trade Palace. nny prescription night. at all hours day or Hi i. j. mm . i. i i i i .... Invites the people of Hartford and Ohio county to visit them during their visit to our "Fair. They want to show you the handsomest line of Dress Goods, Cloaks and Ladies Suits you ever saw. You can wear your calico dress to the city and then come to our Beady Made Suit Department and we can sell you a handsome, stylish suit, all made. up and ready, and they lit beautifully. AVe have Blazer Suits, Beefer Suits, Eton Suits all the very latest novelties. The Largest and Handsomest Store and the Cheapest Bargains in Western Kentucky can be found at The Itacket Store is the place for bargains in Dry goods, Groceries, Republican Club Wednesday night. A large and enthusiastic crowd in at Hoots and Shoes. Shaki: i:m down. tendance. You should see our line of carpets George L. O'Banon, Select, and have something new ami pretty. a Mrs. Davenport, Prcntis, were marSaiia it Mi:. ried at the bride's home on Sunday, first-clas- s The Ohio County Medical Society last. Their many friends wish them The Owens meets here l.iM .iui-i-- 0 i TloJn a long and happy- life. iwij ilmitillK liiv, a. boro physicians havo been invited. Messrs Gully, Gibnu and Ileav-ri- n, Have a full stock of Anderson's accompanied Mr. E. T. Franks shoes for fall and winVcarforever to Kosine yesterday, where the latter Saiia it Mi:. ter wear. spoko to a large and enthusiastic Why i that this? Yes, I can tell crowd of Republicans. markyou, go to Malm's for your Clothing, You can get the hest, the easiest, he will give you "( per cent on the the most elegant nad the only shave dollar. to be had in Hartford at and hair-cu- t vnnvcnKrnc lii'incviiio Caobier it Burton are prepared to A. C. Cain's Shaving Parlor, Main t UlllUVll VO furnish your horse corn, oats, hay, Street. No other shop in town. bran or anything in tho feed line. "Never have them now," said a gen Call on them when you come to the tlcninn in a conversation referring to air. those troublesome things corns. The 25c? n...i .Mitt? Ilnnntion n lwi.l.vl.t l.ta Ask your friends, where is Oak MORTON &C.H.HA1HILT0N. 'T.J Hall, and they will tell you, corner 3d and Fredcrica Streets, also, that it is tho only American Clothing and Shoo Houso in Owcnshoro. Messrs. Milligan and Wedding made good speeches before the Beda Notice! Having secured the privileges from the Ohio County Fair Company, we wish to at hand, you choice to should call eaily and inspect our stock, got first and have tho handsomest suit at the Fair. coino to seo us. Don't fail say to our friends I and the public that we propose setting table ever tin s..3.. Election Day. Kahn'h Tkadk Palaci:. Xo trouble to show you goods. as, nxeb. For Sale. one-half )F()r For President For For for the small sum of 25c per meal. Will keep everything to be had in the et. So why bother "H For For Harrison or Clevclnnd A good farm containing 212 acres Vice-PrcHcid or Stevenson of land. About clearedjgood Congress Harnett or Montgorn improvements; well watered. Lies four miles South ofFordsville on the ery. Sheriff Woodward or Stevens. extension of the Owensboro & Falls of Clerk Stevens or Likens. Hough railroad. For terms, call on or addre-- a, Clothing, Boots and Shoes John J. MoHk.nrv, 8 tt Hartford, Ky. your dinners when you can get a good warm one for Dr. Coleman will preach the funerals of the wife and son of W. P. Bender, Es.-jrat West Point Baptist Church next Sunday at 11 o'clock a.m. ., Funerals, Brick for Sale. 1 with tho only AmericauCloth- ing &. Shoo House in Owcneboro, and that is Oak Hall, corner of 3d & Frcderiea Street. Como and fee rae. I am To my Friends. sioP' casc." have several thousand fiiio Brick for sale at reasonable prices. Call Cholera in Prices. and get prices on same. Tho finest ladies shoes for 81.25 at E. L. HmiitiNO. Kahn's Trade Palace. 8tf Tandy Haul. Wo are making a Corbctt fini-- h of our competitors this fall have them nil knocked ont in tho first round. Inspect our goods nnd you will ngrco with us. Breast-pins, ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT, the glare of the public the neatest, most stylish and cleanest stock of General Merchandise ve ever offered and now through the Republican, extend a special invitation to every farmer and wile, man, woman and child in the broad land of. Ohio county to visit our store and see if we do not vindicate ourselves in every assertion made. We mean business in ihe stiictest sense when we say we oiler inducements that will make competition wiggle. We still oiler CASH PRICE advantages that no credit merchant can afford. "It use to be the fashion but it don't go now" with the man that has a t'cw dollars to lay iu his fall and winter clothing, shoes and dress goods, to pay a credit profit when he can save from 5 to 15 per cent by paying Spot Cash. "They accommodate you," but you pay for it dearly in the outcome. Can he afford to sell on credit as cheap as for cash? No. Can he afford to sell to the cash buyer at one price and the credit man for another? No. All merchants doing a credit business must protect themselves. We. "helieve that the man who dances should pay the fiddler." Moral: Buy of us where you can get a close spot cash price. Wc opened' to 21, '- - 'Saiia it Mi:. The A.J.MITCHELL CO. Finite! Mm!! spectacles, fitio silver-wnro'lowest prices at Kahn's Trndo In Cloaks wo defy competition for Palace. This is tho place where any man. lean or fat, can bo fitted in a Pricos,StyIos and seIoctions.Wohao fine suit of clothes, overcoat etc. spared no pains to got to tho top We havo tho nicest line of Milli- in our busiues, and to do this wo nery ever brought to Hartford every body is pleased with our styles, and must keep what tho trado wants so no one ever fnils to buy when the-- seo don't fail to como and teo our Saiia & Mi:. our lino. assortment of Ladies Wraps. During tho Fair week cnll on HoovSchapmirc, is selling lots of Shoes. er it Ashley for lunch, fresh oysters, Stylish Milliuerv at Fair I5ros.it confectioneries, milkshake and lemoCo. nade. All these will be served in tho Call latest and mot approved stylo. MarWatch Chain" and Charms at ami be convinced. '.' tin's. Clothing and Shoos everybody knows wo aro away Up iu "G," in thoso.Wo can ploaso tho most fastidious, in Clothing from tho Duke and fat man down to tho Tad with knoo pants just 3 or 4 years old. Overcoat, don't mention it juntil thp weather changes, then watch us. If you havo a burnt foot, thick" foot, slim foot, or a big foot, don't fail, to seo if wo can ploaso you ,in prices, from $ 1.50 to $5 .00. im-mo- nso Anderson's lhu.mi is tho placo for bargains. Owenslmro wagons, L. Field. Hell liut class at C. Chnrlio Ford andMiss Bcssio Smith Fordsvillo Wedncs dnv. These aro excellent ynuno; pco plo nnd stand high in their cmnmuiii. ly. Wo wish them a long and happy were married nt life. iff . ' ' hnu tYY. ' ' Nice carving knives at Willuinu, i . j I. it Co. it Co. for hargaius Trv Fair Hros. in clothing. Tho Hon. Prod Baruch, Of Kahn's Trade Palace, will address tho peoplo during tho Fair on tho important or Overshoes at Fnir for tho winter. Everybody invited, mil p I T. J. MORTON. Tho Hartford House, tinder tho excellent management of Mr. S. B. Howard, is prcpnrcd to entertain tho If you want good rigs, good drivers public in tho most approved stylo at Our lino of Dross Goods and Miltall on C. L. Field. all times, but special arrangements linery will bo in charge of Mrs. Tay Don't fail to call on W..H. Her for havo been nindo for Fnir week. Stop hero during the Fair. lor and Miss Liiu Harues, who will sec Iresh meats during tho Fnir. endeavor to give you tho neatest, A Torriblo Accident. itcmember that O. L. Field will nicest and cheapest liat or Dross f)0 wounded and one man tore havo a variety of feed next week. his jeans pants, because ho did not that can bo had any whero for thoj If you wnnt Hod Blankets or Com buy Kahn's untearable Jeans Pants FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1802. money. forts, Fair Hro3. it Co. is tho place. for 81.25. to Martin. For clocks go If you want cheap nnd pretty Milli Wo congrntluato tho good people ncry call on Miss A. H, Lewis it Co. of Hartford raid Ohio county on the scarf pins, go to Martin. For prospect of tho best fnir in the history Hest of Eardrops at Martin. For a nice light wrap of any kind of tho county, and tako (his means of Hros. it Co. for tho Fair, call on Fair thanking tho peoplo for their kind For pins, brooches, go to Martin. tljo nnd Williams Hros. can supply you pntronngoin town past need saying that For Clock repairing go to Martin. and you aro in anything with tho best of groceries during tho if iu our line, a horse ted and cared for, gold rings go to Martin. Fair. For honest arigornrido to and from tho Fnir .Collarand Cuff Buttons at Martin's. Conio and get Fair Bros, it Co.'h Orounds, no ono will more nnnrecinto They will it nor do a better part by you than prices on all wool jeans. Uascuior cc Uurtoii. For best watch repairs, go to Mar- surprise you. tin. f Clothing road, not the one that Under Quarantine. but tho otio that Fair For tho best watches, all kinds, go Vnnder-bi- lt, Kahn's goods always sail out, while Hros. it Co. built. our competitors lay in Quarantine. to Martin. Seo tho nice Shoes Sehapmiro is re ceiviug for fall. Ward Robes Dressers, Suits,Rock-er- s or anything in the For Clothing to fit everybody Hros. -- it Co. General Line, Furniture Fanners, boar in mind, wo havo just added a Car load o tho od "Olds" wagons anil two Car loads of Bono Dust, for wheat which wo invito .your attention to bo- -, foro buying olso whoro. Can givo you any sio or break wantod. colo-brat- Come and bring our wife and children for your Boots, Shoes, Jeans, Blankets, els, Those ladies orgentlemcn needing a Pair outfit can be accommodated between now and then, so come early and get choice. Yours Respectfully, I -- TAYLOR i$ CO. V J' Hartford Republican FRIDAY, Itrehanl Monarch, QWENSB0RJ , V.Onri'n,Viofl'ron .Te. 84NK NATI0NAl State Uirectory Ootrrnor SFlTEMBBitHSOa g DEPOSITORY UW3IlSD()rO, IT i.y. SQOUlity FOE Deposits PALLS OP ROUGH. Since our last letter to the Kituii, l.tCAS, several important changes The nxe luimllo litive taken place. factory that Inn been shut down lor two mouths is now ready to resume work again. The large s aw mill that being erected on the oposite side ot Rough Crock, from Col. Green's Iioumj this null was is near completion, Jos. built by the famous Hunter, and when completed will furnish employment for about fifty men. Business teems to be good here owing to the amount of timber that is being shipped from this place. There are about forty wagons that make two and three trips a day to our little town inill-wrih- t. wrv m 1 l.tiiltrn .nt 4iwinr Am-- i J, V. llrnwn Al T. M.C lH LlH(flIclf3arA'i'''fy il ' cUry ot .IiiIp Attituii'y lii lit ml MiMiillry Aiilit..r Troimircr r I.finl ntlicc Adjutant liriu in Nii.. l'ul.!'r L'li 1; W..I. Ilciiilrii'k ..I, ('Norman Henry llittn (I. II. hunugo rflMAMUFrVC fc 1S.2 . hX 1 1 Art kWIm ' ', . ' "M'Jl URE.RS - 1W3 fiLidxrizv ". v ir V?'? i i imitj flSLaSk t p gsj ccn,ts ..n. mJmmm f ' ' 1' I. din l Tlmmimn A. Aill iln- A. cati rfvPAC I'uliho 1'rlnlcr I'olk Jnhnii 10.000 ONL' PERY Farm-i- s 1 rwi Ka&SiPsSssgiA .r'lripr-yTJ.MM- a rr xv FMMP.u-rrio"i.iiaej.tt Mar i il "a a ii B i . f5 'W&Jfi&iJt WWNSvV Wt' HD BUY? " ..'Wrf-- .i ii!i-rir- r"TB5-riixiatww jt w. iii'mxik si" j4.oji-- ' iiv c rsritr i j.i Jt SmpBIs PRICES AS-bpVAj yR LrfKl t W' rt, V ill71 WIRETTE A ! a S y& V I Cl'S i II O II (I I' V i BtiiThmH.s Speci- alty, injures! paid on ..me deposits Solicits your hiisiiit'SN .'oniinoiint'iiltli'" MIoiiii'J eitiU ''oiiiiHiilMiii r cs-jw- ml .Ni'i'tnl,i. liulm- - Circuit Court tin1 llli MhihI.ij III May rr covr.r. I MM.ittw luf Nop ' Ilnrilnli'k J 1' Kurrett ' MADE!f fEHDFORTAlGUE 7 FlNEW "iX3 VC I Ci viv Aril i AmaSfz x IV I ul,iiMtMllll') ( rk ..M t T)lor li.rli! 1 luinnn mlcr iMiitciiiiM'iitktlii' let Mmi'li) In i'iii'Ii innntli i Ilnwilll Jlfrtnn I I. I tn lliillip'oK 1' tTNoGorifi'iisrM7" ,. Tf. i . 7 1T. IlifiJ-- . l IIVVh- VMAir--- !. f 1L2. y.UMITEO. a fi?ipVly !flfinERiiQo::UM fj. nsiw KioJlVfHiiV W J KZZZZA Bltf NVR iFYoifr MIMD "" j nt rice AND SnZ RY. NiV BE Some: rfaNs 50m B WEY, II THO.SE 1 ArlD REmEmBER 'i it'GMTHTW Somc 5)K? i:.:zfAY.u hauling timbers. We have a Meant boat hero that makes trip fiom here to the forks of Hough every day for the purpose of bringing down timbers from along . This the binders of Koutfli boat i untied by I'M. Duvidsoi:. It was bioiight from Huwesville. A new Dry Good Store is buig can icil on one mile tioiu this place. jii.twi:i:n The new firm, Gray it Mcf'niinick, MEMPHIS, are both sterling young men, and we LOUSVILLE and wish them oiieeess in their new busCi'.-ok- IjlS I'KOM AM) TO LAWSON RENO, Caahlor oiiit niiitnii Hip :inl Moiulu) iril,.lul) inn! Oi'tnUr. 'ntirt In Jiuiu.Tr-- , huh ii). C:u.xt ot laimo. lirln tlin lit Moii'lrty In OotoU-- mnl mi luthi'KfiiiirtaliM luMiirilLJune, Soptomlr I in viiil i r, T ilutii. uiniiUa tin iiniiii'H. (II WTiijIonni nliille. l.T. Mi tin., M. HI, lil.llt. L.f. . Kimull, II, II, II. I r. w iWui.t oniublP. Ill niiir, .i, x, ', i. l'.i) iK'tintabu'. !, 7, i l'i ii J liiimitl,?, u T Id mil r, ii, I, .", i .1 I, ( .1 tv 'I nrnor, n, 1,1, J." MiKlu'lti') , 4,. i, .i, .1. mm, vehicles, ma I. Field. - - Jivery gtable. "" ?ra fe'Unkl BJ? A JBr N.telHBl(6e ft, 5tIIli, M&B 5? $& all grocfrs Keep it: fc ' kVERY Hoa5EVIFE WANTS IT. nnw aim KililiiW - MllliT, I, 1, 1. 1, (.11 nTiijlurcon-t.ilili1. 1. '. 4&sMEy - .' AHORSE? IN irt Viilki rwn, M, 11. 11, 11. Wuoilimlil, II, 11, II, 11. W Kirne luiit'tlik'. WO& G ANdSpEEDING. m iness. PULLMAN BUFFETSIeepIng Cars' lAtrn 'hum ft i III iii.ir-lii- II K I", ( W 1'Milliri'oii-ialil- (W'MAutry, 11,11', n.'J. JIjit, ,(, s. The Republicans of this MagiMerN nl District are called to meet at Tow. on Sept. 17, to oiganuing eey, n Harrison and Reid Club. The Hon. Z. T. Proctor, will he prcccut and ad dress the audience on the political ! sues of the day. With three cheers for HurrUou and and the Republican party, I will close. Vimj Rim.. i.otisvii.i,i:.tii:.ni'iiis.vM Hsiiiit ii.vso.N ito(ii:.iniii M:tvor.i.i:AXT. I'dIIio CutirlN. lift. K-- MfgdEspeciallyForEXERCISI rt 1 t lit Jlniilil. J.I Mlt'hell, C Jii'lt!!-- ! P Titjlor, W IMnlcl, UollInK, The Quick and Desirable Route TO AM) KItOM New York l'lilliu'clpliln llaltlinoro U'lirliiiigtcm Norroll; Olil Point L':nliit Iticlinmint lluHiiln (.'li'Vel-iii(l- i ToIihIo CliicifK" lti(l!iuinMilii ('oiaxwu l. ii -X llll.ll. ILinlrl, Jti'lKi"! Pronounced THE MOST I, IHi'l'Oii,Jihli;i", JnA W PERFECT 5ULKY CART ByAll HORSEMEN To Be IN USE tuTiiuin. W I. IIiiuMii". JuiIki'; ni.iiiili it. 'I'iki'iiKi. Klil.l. lii'M, Jii'lce. (i him. U C Ciooilir, Ju.l;i'i II I'Tliomaf, lllilll.ul. Clnoitiiuiti l.i'uin-ilK-Eastor- "A Back Number." Mnd This is theslightcniug remark tlint Texas Arliiuuns .M(hippl is often applied to women who try Lonlsiann and the South ntid to seem young, though they no longSOUTIHVJJST. er look so. Sometimes appearances Tin Hi e i tliirniiihl, iiiitp'.l iiml in Femalo weakness, are deceitful. irt i'Iii 1'iiiiilitlnli, m: prut lilc mi o x troubles, displacements functional M'nt nrr'iiijji'liu'iit in tiiiii'iinil tlirmivli and irregularities will add fifteen rKAiL'KK i tin. time mnl years to a woman's looks. These 8 iilfil I'.t tile l.niiitnl KJn 1'nilH". M.Y a Ninn - iiiiik troubles are removed by the. lite of ml MiMiiphi, iit.il tin1 ln'tt.n'i' iiii'l -- t bi"t mnl Dr. Pierce's Favorite in- livtwi fli t' ii tw ir iIiti" I .ii rn iinl nil Try this remedy, all you tthoe Tm l."t, Til"' Tilili'i' mil. tn .1. Il.'l Irlii'iinr , iiml iv; i; Ki'iil ill lli'ii.'ia liiiiii.nr and fre.shnu.is N fading from beauty such causes, and no longer figure in W.H.?roul7.CenlPiss. A?t..LouiTitU. Hv, society as a "back number." It's guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case, or money paid for it returned. See guarantee on i imlm-iiI.-ii"I..iii.-mII; I'er.-criptir. bottle-wrappper. Memphis VtoKiibur); Hilton I!hiik Now Orlenns Mutnlc l.ittli; Itocl; Hot Spring unj pcltitsiti WVit Ti'iiiii-s-fc- and Northeastern Points OtluTiiinli - Olllrcr. J II V V rtitnr i "or Jor J C It UoirtT l'.irrolt WINoti llrmllcy Dealer in Horses, Mugjjies, (.'arritujes, ltnad Ihlnlnml . ilili:itlii.clioot nt .lli -- t.ti'l i) ilM'ai Ii mnlitli. licv. i:. U. "i'Iik'Ii it,rj siimli iiiorniiii:. Pillr.P.l'tnr. lliiit.Hl Clnirt'It. iTtK'i'" woinl S.itiir-u- l aim Mln.l i). SilUitli-nlino- l rtrrt Mllult) nuimiiiOit UoVIihI.. Krt..l. S.Colt man, l'ator. '. S. 4'lnir'i. - oiii mt aim iiniilli llli'l It In m h im, illi. -- al.lritli.4i liotil al I i'i h i k -- uiiilat t itiiiiiitii. I. ft i,. II. tlflvtial .tl. i.. i Jim i;i, n nl i , rn i ot,i) -- .in. .11. Carts, Otti'iislioro r hire at all ' i:. I'liiiri'li.Noulli. Sorici' WajjoB. ESraddlo or llarnes-- ' ilnri's forale IT.-I..- tiines.'uia .TiV TrTiii, Tinmi rjTnBMraan , l',. l. J - mlJm A .L- UhT ' I.VI.S . Slllllf.. I'l.lnr H;.IMi :t'i;ill.t. ii'.,I.i- -i rl tirl Mini .to -- im I it In Mm j mil infill ililiitlli liool l. .i.'VlooL 'l. l. Kot .1 J. l IIIIH4 PtlMitl. l it ...i. Ii, my M.l hi.'il - il'Uiltfi linol at .i n cSDDES THE FliiE;r ,' " i:s:yi Tor Catnloguo and Pricos, rrito tho Manufacturers, Cuoro Mirurll c.i up, Xo. :it, Itpptrrncnt oi Ki iituil.y, iiio, isat IlnrKor.1, K) ..- -! mnt .itunl tj in oiidi Innntli nt t r. . C. M. lUaMTT, Captain. .1 1. I.. Uou i Si rgennt. O-- . J Ki -- Gcn3 of Veterans. BLACKSMITHING. Horso-shociiisr imi roit nIHM'Kl'NIA Imw Viliillrnr. nnh'l tiiiniiilir IiIIiiIi'a Sil.ll.y. unci LltiT t'ninpl.uiit mi i'if ty Uitilri WiijnnOrltlliiUIr etery I.nnr'H mrillrliioH Unj'. ! mot ft tlic Iiuiip nwniiry. ryilTENT GURES NOTHING BUT A A.. TZ. 1 Wrsi;nrn PILES. r. m., in Cuurt.llnu-o- , Pot, No. 8, Ivptrtuunt ol rvir IliirJS.UurJ i m o'clock I.i'ltclitii III, Ky. snccinltv. A hiruo stock of Austin Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. best modern Plows, and till kinds of Farm ing Implements on hand. Call on him. "Seeing1 n .1. I). WILLIAMS. Is BellieviniTo" r cSp I In order to - limllliy till N S. A.Mc.Siin.v.Aaj. P.S. Ili.lMR.Com. HlIII.011',M'urnitlll itiiinnli it'lli'to rrnup uhoo'm lousIi iiml luiniiliiti. S.jI.I li) '.. iti-l- U'liyno (irlllni A ltro. tor REMEDY PrpirtliJlllllllllISii"t-Iltl0ll):f3- . Mnown - SURE CERTAIN CURE anl years ILBEST FOR Beaver Dam, :.. y. SaJSLTSZZlSSZK astho PILES. CO., 6T.L01I3. tmm lUlAWnot 3 nui! .!'Ss" And a mod must p simnl.i! 1 LlHlf) Mood umlLiver Pills are the best family physic. Mild, no griping, yet active and most thorough. Warrauted to satisfy or money returned. For sale by L. 1). I'ean. A It? Dr.Feunci's i.oi'i.svii.i.i:,.sr. LouisTiihi i.oris a ti:x. it.it. & I'lirnTov Morton l'nit Xo. 4, nii'liy, ini'iti nery atunl.iy lfore the midiIi) nt 10 0'clm.k . M. In tli courtlouie mi Hnrtlbril, Ky. J. C. Cm.imhiuik, P. C. .1. M. lliminr, A .1.1. Our Genu's V Ph-ii- an !!'"' l, Im Tesis ailwsv. WHEN YOU GO To" OWENSBORO CALL OX ROOMY, &W cooil. fcH words r.u..n much. Itttosio" .0 lxoihcstcr" will imnri'is the truth more forc.l v. All metal. tough ifunilcsi, ar.i! Made 1.1 t.ircc jitcccs only . Mv?mr it is cb:.'uu.y ji:anl unitihibte. I., .c Abt.'iiin' of old, it 13 indeed a "v.'omlcriul lamp." i'.t i:s nur vclotis li"'it i3 purer and br htcr t an ras li.'it sofur t!in clctttic light and more cheerful than o.l.cr, wrien it ,s lint MmriU? it ! Snafu: lic.iutf'u!. 7i .', these 'fiill InUik spr "'" xov.i, i an::t ii.r: ix kkkkct Xo.M, Xn.t, WErilOl'Xn. lully. Hilly. i, ofhliiloir .VNAMXJi:CTOK Irir i 4'iitnrrli lli'itu'il). by Z. Wiiymi Orittlii A Dm. tilth tiu.li Int. rriui'&l unit . - I.t. I.'illiMllIl' Wi.t Point Ilriuili'iiliiir):.... Iniiiji"!! ii'l'liiii.Kirt ... Clottlpnlt HllMl'tille You can get the .. 7:1 J n. .. 'ill a. .. ii.17 n. ... 'i I n. Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. 'iiiitliation, IiiMini, A'l'itllo, Villon rUn! jliilnltn Vltuliiir h n iiit!tc Hire Bol.l l.t V. WiijnoOrltllii Hro. I.iuIkiI OrillflmlO fllllt(tllll' Ar. Ilriiilri.on in. in. in. in. .. l".:ia. in. M. II a. in. . it. ii .i in .. II .Tin. in. 1.'. i p. in. . l.nl p. in. l.J.'ip. in. Jt'o. 5., J'ip 7. .'np e.'C p. IT p i S ii. J in in II lii p ji i" .1 p II p. ll.Vip :n ui in, in in in in in in. in. Theo.Cain, f iir LIGHT. jiTy TftX r.ociu.ttrw " ft! VflT Mva,H' ' '' lA ': Mhmtiiup i.l the ?iV - f '" .orni:sTl.:; I..i;iy '' cj., Ts 1. -- '"" I ttlc TuiiRnciii'sri-- it ''i'ji. oi t.aui l'"U i'i v tiv ir u I Ij u. I t i.ur new htn't i. ii.lntel.4Wli-.- . r r chui.u ol our '.VwJ -' .l I'arU Place, r.'c.v Vortl C!t. If thcliraoilciltr n-j- our '- iy r ches . ELEGANT, ITS forcataliiKtieuf mir full line nf two and four whtcleil trork. rT9 TR If & M lJ'.iian. Sn.. 51, iMl'y .1; BRYAIir "inuiiiiiva usststeil to ihmiiuu Bf. u Inai ifeoB CU IWCatalncue free. Write to STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUISVILLE, KY; a l '!P'"?BFn u: loroiiL-Ii- I'mctienl l.iKtructlon. UI ll.lll). l.r. llnuUTron bpnttKtillp Otti'iia'ioro 7:15 a, m. l'.p. ni. .till. Till) .MA i: lor ii.l -. t l..n I.mliiport ltawintillc Clftttrport Sle) hf n''Orl Irtlnton Hruii.li uliiirK U'ekt Point Ar, I.oMlitillr Tax Notice! Your taxes for year 1892 are now due and unpaid and as 1 have 7::i7n. m. :7 it. in. S.i'J n. ni. ti. Mn. in. ln.m n. in. IiiSGu. in. tl:(n!n. in. in, Vi "") p, in. limp. in. .No. .1.17 p. m. 4:.1 p. tn. 5 "I p. Ml. For the finest ami Mnt Art!ft!c Work, any size or ityle. Fralmcu St., between Gi37 inland 4th. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., ioline, 3:'mp.nr S.''7 p in. 11.11 p in, 7.n'i p, in, 7:11 p. in. b Commercial R. R. PAXON, Hotel. IJIJTTKU KNOWN Ab Till': Tlje Stoij n't: . CKXTK.YL CITY, KY. t. .1 ..t Tn liil Motr ? PR0PRI70R. nl p. in, nt 'J.fti p. in. Tr.iln No. neht liotmil. Al Hint rr Irtinstoti(unil.iy ixi'iptnl) tiltli tmlnnnii Lotil. A tlllr, Itir tt'itirn I!. 1!., nft mnl For furilier liifnriniitlou, r.ililrtMi II. f, JKUIUfK.iiiii. P.t'r I.oulitill, Ky. ii in.iLi' loiinictlon Una jtiist hcen repaired and newly furiiMicil. I.orntcil close to Deiot. Gooil nicnU or lunch. Give it a dial. iiret-clsi- .H ami W Ctn.-uln.-) Register, Tr n li'il h) I t'r'iclVnl .llnrliliii', Aiirrrl' I';-llnil Him.iii ."lien. PALMFR HOUSE. Meals 25c per day. Rates $1-0Newly Furnished. Jide Frcilci ic:i, between Main and the Uiver, 0pnslmro, Ky. Kat MJiS. C1IAS. HOJir.JUH S.C.J-:- . WILLOW HAM, Props. 0 i i m i &&!-- & A tl. been delayed in the collection for more than 60 days by the Legislature, I will expect you to call on me or my deputies and settle at once. The short time that 1 will have to collect and meet the settlements with State and county will necessi- tate promptness S, C. TAYLOR. on & The bpecial announcement which in our coliiiiins soino timo since, tuiiioiiiicini' it special urr.mi'u- :ni'iit with Dr. 15. .1. Kendall Co., of Kiiosliurjj FalN, 't., iulilibi('rs r: of "A Treatiho on tho Ilorso anil His Discatc'wliereliy our Milisicrihurn Pictures !n Er:ry Style and Size. tturu cnalilcd to olitain u copy of that valuable work free of charge liy tfirOli Pictures Copied and Knlur". cd Minding their itddrebs to IS. .1. KenA SPECIALTY. dall Co. and eiiclosiiiiij a two-ce- nt 108 A Main Street. btanip for mailing same, is renewed '.Um( " 0 WENMIO 110, Ki for u limited period. W'u trust all will avail thdiiiselveH of tho oppor.lit llrnl tunity of olitaininir lliis valuable A. Iturri", work. To every lover of the JJorso it is indispensilile, as it treats in a .simple manner ull of the diseases UMtHKllS. which afflict the nolilc aniiii.il. Its phenomenal Hale throughout Opposite Sulor and near Cloverport tho United Status anil Cin.id , Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. makes itstandard authority. Mention this paper when sendiuj,' for "Treat-ise- ." ZaK AHO UNUEVELGK iiiie:irod To Our Subscribers. i CJ3lI.3L. ON 4 Vc'B. m ptiS. a 111 it l.niiilMiuieli fin iiKI. iil I II l'fi Mniii'i lirnmTiiii'l OiIiiit. liliiilimi li'k .'!.. I lt'i;Mi'rii'C.MtiHlii'iillti ll nviir.l luitlirul. ami vnM'1 felt 4. It n ihhiN ."hi t,.i i lit. It in i in n. In on iiih oiltil .. lii.in imiiMillnua 111 tilt-u ii.ii.. I i.. lark jtoitlflr, 3-- I'nti'. It ll! lii tn'lfi tfiiili'iaraU. ilii'tiiii.K.,iii,.i.i. It liu .r.elicli'r. It ii nl.i'.l rillr i ks mull ilinlul ll kivmnu Imi.ix ii. im liximt unit a thlii It l ith, tv ttill nut It itlllKitnliiiiiiitiiilriii'i'. Ilinrnnit nioncj, I'liniUli In imy fur llsi'lf itmnt llitii-- j nfer. I .u'li in ivIiIiih linxul M'luimU'ly and riilliiuif ki ny i . T.'yT7.t r - "t -- hw v ... - t I J. furltviiyHiipi, nr Iml iKirtli'iil.ii'i aihlri'M ociis-Ji- rZZZ&rto AJgl r.tVjJ :.'& T'llfr HAGT . STROUDCjUnC, PA. li 1VI 1 Ci- - - CO., wmMmmmmmW m PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF '92. l!HAi'I INDUCKMKNTS TO HKADKHS OF HAEEIS & EEED, THE REPUBLICAN The Prchitlontial Ciiinpaij,'n will Im tlio most intensely interesting and oxciliiijr in tint history of the I'liitcd Status, and country people will bo o- xtreuiuly anxious to havuall the policial ami political news and discussions of tho day ns presented in a National Journal, in addition to that supplied by their own local paper. To meet this want wo have- entered into a. contract with tho - your part. This June 9. 1892. S, 0, C I'm' ! w lions ttoMx.il, TaricticiK', Umani Btrcnitthcncd WHY WII.I, ritt'eiiUiulii'iiHIillnli' ti ill Klti'liiiniiilinii' nllil. Pi ii i' in ill.., 11.181. Ni.l.yi'..Wii,tiii-iiilinu- Urn. ik Si'liiillu'iill) In, ill (I l.j tin aiint of unriuili Ituiliii'iiH i in. 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Vnricacdc Kormi'rly nt Mlll"il, mm IikiiIhI nl l.tlkli. otlcr hi iiriilfHiinniil mTt in to tin' umic uilki- - in ilr.iii"n .m.l 'i IJoiiiiiiKiMniMic. , iUiii'i-- (llm HmliMi prDi'irtv.) Lily WHSKEY .Atlanta, i lr, ri. a a. Oilico Wltf WblMiinUlit. cunil at liumo wllh- ou t riiln.lsoolc of pur t cu l.irmcntt IIM- II.Jf.tV(X)I.LEY.M.I). nnrl Onlnm Habit I'iinomion, Trcn. IIoiikiit Il.vccnrp.CIork. The tH. Nth mill Jt:r-rt:it- Southern RATES: Hotel, Y- - Noh.huimt Ailvrr. JPPAPERV uurAffriit'y nf uttiiu Mi'wni. uuuiurucu oiillllnl'hllailrlphla Ii a home with " Tin Rochester ; a lamp with the llht of the mornlnc Catalocuet.wrhe Kochesur Lamp Co,,NewVok. Hrpy and content Sl.00 NT TO $2.00 A PER UTFOUD 11 ti V U B I JC AN, Ilarli'ord, Kentucky, HINtll.l.K, ItV.