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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS- - $1.25 Per Annum, Is Adnnce, .qui $1.25 per year. SUBSCRIBE roll tiii. Sr && vol: V. CHICKAMAUGA. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. NO. 9. f J that it was Games' Confederate bat- stood on Snodgrass hill and looked George Ticknor Curtis RepuPROFESSIONAL GAUD. tery. down tho slope towards Chattanooga I A diates tho Chicago J". IRo-Mr. Rrothcrton then pointed out went bank in my imagination to the Platform, Tho Battleground Thoro as ATTORNEY AT LAW, Aliiirii'im Kionomi-t- , Viowod by Ouo Who had the position of our battery across the Kieno on samo ground the day of the RiciiiiKui Si'iii.vos, N. Y., Sept. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Soon it Thirty Yonre ago road wctc we made the stand mid fight when tho wholo. hillside was 'Jo Hie Editor of Ihe American ICcino-nihi- l covered with the dead and dyIntor-oa- t from which we were driven away by Mattorsot Groat JAR, , UI.r.NN, J. H, R. Hri'tHNfl, Buslirod Johnson's men coming down ing. It was a grand hut terrible eight toOldSoldiors. z ",U'vred.aing, Sin. In common with many other 10 and those who saw it will never forget the flank. That position is about Democrats, 1 cannot follow the leaders tiii: si.vi:.Mi:i:.MH ucvruciiY yards from the Lafayette road and on it. I thought of many dear friends in HARTFORD, KY. of the party iu denouncing Republic-Protectio- n the Seventeenth Kentucky whose life a considerable ri-- o in the ground. (Otlloc, oier Anderson'. II iinar.) 7!) the Sufvivinj Mmbcr&Hfthr. Sevfii' ns a fraud upon tho labor I could never have found this place blood ebbed nway on that slope and Will priitlcp court, o cnuntlc, of the great majority of the American t lino ami ndjuiaim; given to and court of Appeala Ifntli KentucUj Jtnjimrnt: I have without help, as the field has undermy very soul was saddened. Let us .uti ntion criminal practice and people for the benefit of a fow; nor collections, rintllj jupt rcturiiuil troin the liattUiiclil of gone a great change. Here I put up hope that wo may never witness tho can I subscribe to tho doctrine that a ChickaniaiiHiii where tho twenty-thir- d another board to mark tho place be- like again. . . Protective Tariff is unconstitutional. annual reunion of the Army of the ing the second position held tho first The oiilyfamilinr spots about Chatta tkili 1 have no Cumberland was held, mid thinking day. pecuniary interest in manIt OiiTnOoldi.CoushiJoM Throat. Orcoji.In!uju nooga are Lookout Mountain, Misu. WhM,lnK Cough, Bronchltli and A.ttnu. A ufactures, but I know what Protecperhaps you would like to know how The position of the regiment the sion Ridgoand Orchard Knob. Fort tettiln cure for Coniumptlon in lint itarn, anj HARTFORD, KY. 1 tun rtlirf In adTincxI Itarn. Uie at once. tion has done and is doing for this Will prielice li' profession in Ohio and adjointhe (iehl looks twciityiiiiu years nf morning of the tccoml day 1 found Wood has been cleared and houses Yo'i will itth tictlltat .fleet aftr talna? thu ilcu. Bold b oV.l.ri tverywhm, iargl ing countle., and tho court nf Appeal., ripccla frit county. If it operates for the benethe light, I will uiuleitakc tell you while down there three years ago, but limit over nml around it. UttIci50ctnli.ndJl.0O. "Hell's attention given to collections. fit of the few, I am not one of that the best I can of what J saw mid tho not having any boards or marking Ollico nortli si'le public 'uare. Acre" is occupied by a lumber v2 71f Half COI.. C. M. 11AKNKTT. few. I am one of the many; ono of places that will be no doubt familiar I did not designate it. but this yard. S. K. Cox. ' The subject of this sketch Was born the great majority benefitted by it, E. 1). OUFFV. II. 1). KI.NfiO. HAim-oiii)- , to thoi-- who engaged in that terrible trip I went prepared and we are now Ky., Sept. 10, '92. tSs near Hartford, June 4, 1804, nnd including thoso who denounce it for battle. This position, too, is on a in line. worked on the farm until 18 years of tho sake of obtaining political power. Public Speaking. Tho Government, as you probably road rnnninig parallel with Lafayette List of appointments as agreed up age, having only the advantage of the If the leaders of a political party Will practice In nil cnuit of Ohio Aiidmljoinini know, has purchased the land or a road not more than a quarter of a on by tho Chairmen of the various public schools to obtain tin educa- assembled in In Miiiarlnr and Court nntional convention for counties, nnd lion, and nil Courtbu'lnesa or Apgreat part of the territory covered by mile from it, and not exceeding three peals. Collei legnl attended County candidates to tion. Then attended Aycrs Acadcn the purpose of nominating a ilaiip)' Orpliuu. to. Offiie, Ko. .1JI i:,.Mark t tIIarirord, Ky. AIL the fight and proposes to make it a quarters of a mile from where wo went committees. candidates Kinton Co., Kt., Oct. B. "90. pcak. All others invited: my, Collego Hill, Ky., one term, and for tho Presidency and In our orphan nsylam hero there li a 15. National l'ark and it will therefore be into the fight the first day, child thnt hod bueu .utTcring for yeara Hartford, Monday, Oct. !5. afterward attended choose to stulify themselves by I I have wondered many times since kept in good order tor all time. to ucli an ciUtit that lb. luii mrvoumif'. Ccntertown, Tuesday, Oct. 4. ultltiwn lu tUu tilclit kut up, and with f.ar do. learned from one of the CommissionUniversity, Evnnstou, 111., aud falsifying history, they cannot expect the battle how Barnes' brigade got AIIORNEY AT LAW, plcted on every tinturu mi.) lu dcllrloua con. Point Pleasant ochool, nenr Wm. University, Grcencastle, Ind. to be followed by others who have any dlllon, woul.Wock protection anient; tbu oldir ers, who have the matter in charge out, as wo left them, you remcmbcr,at poplofiom nn l,imt'li.urr purauir, and could Engaged in the abstract business habits of independent;thought nnd ac that it uiih lirst intended to buy or Leo & Gordon's mill, and the enemy Tichenor's at night, Oct. 4. only Willi ui.wtilllliculty be again put to bod. ReEquality church, Wednesday, Oct. 5. one year at Howard, Kansas. I.n.t )nir liev. K. Ko 'iilrf, wbilj on a viait here, tion. The learned pundits who wero condemn about 12,000 acre", but tho having driven usacro.-- s the Lafayutte hiippri.tid tooluirvj tho child, and ndilaod tho TZ. 3Z. ",W"eca.d.i:rigr, Ceralvo, Thursday, Oct. C. turned to Kentucky and was married lately assembled at Chicago in nation-aiim1( I'n.Uir l;oiii'n'i .VinoToule, aid kindly owners of the land were so high in road and having possession, one would l luriiliUiKl uauov.ial Iwltlcaof It. 'luofltaWiot-ll- o Kockport, triday, Oct. 7. February 27, 1887 to Miss Alice I). convention of the Democratic partheirdeinamis that they concluded to suppo-- o the boys were lost, but I khowial n ii.aiLol luiprowmant. and after u.liigUiii i.o'j.l hottlnaud up to the proacnt TaylortowiiSchool,iouse,Sat.,Oct.8, Bennett. Engaged iu farming until ty, adopted by a only purchase about f,.")00 acres which found this trip that MeCook's division vote, and Hum tho chilil li n. happy and ronteuted bcluc Beda, Monday, Oct. 10. fall of '80, when he established The against the report of the All tliuto culfttini; from mrvoL.ic.i aliouM they think will he enough to fully was at the springs when tho battle Committee (OHicc In Crowder Building.) ioik reins' In l'n tor h'ccnlg'a Norte Tonic. Woodward Valley Church, Tues- Ki:ruiiM(;.ix and coutiuued to con- on Resolutions, the following Will practice. Ilia profession the linos of the contending opened, and they came across to the IlbV. U, itiU.t.UMA.NU, St. John-- . A.yliun. as n Ohio and adjoining counties. In alf thn courts ot Aim, ,otnrr day, Oct. 11. duct it until last November, when ho plank' in the Democratic platform: l'libllr nnTi'j mill and that Barnes fell in with them PUPP"!1 Viiliiililo Honk losnanr.Vorrmu armies. ad trout li and iHHir patient, can Buford, Wednesday, Oct. 12. IUoii'iit iipo in the Revenue accepted a position "We denounce Republican ProtecWhile the parties in charge have and followed the route that we had tan I r tlil mi'ilii Inn rit'onf flinruo. olitna I I lla IL Bells Run, Thursday, Oct, 13. Service of the 2d District. Was Sec- tion as a fraud upon the labor of the done much towards putting the l'ark ken until they came to what is called Tlil renin Iv ha. Uu prepared by the llotrrend 1MT. lEaieavrlii, I'm r h ii if. I Ion Waini, Ind- - niLcn lir.t, and Beaver Dam, Friday, Oct. 14. retary of tho Executive Committee great mnjority of the American peopictured uiulir Id. illicciluu bytno 1:1. in good shape there is still a vast the Vineyard place, where the enemy ATTORNEY AT LAW, ple for the benefit of a few. We deMoIIenry, nt night, Oct. 14. in 1890. May 1891 was elected a clare it KOEN1C MED. CO., Chicago, III. amount ol work yet to be done. They attacked ami where thcro was some to bo a fundamental principle Magan, Monday, Oct. 1G. member of the State Central Commit- of the Democratic have built fovcral roads and drives desperate fighting done, the road beOfor9J5 party that the FedWill practice hi. profession In t. .. II r.iittlo.fur ll. JVir.T. uF.tnaville, Tuesday, Oct. 17. tee, nt the Lexington Convention. eral Government has no constituionnl Ohio and ndjulnlngcountles, andnil the Courts ol along and in the neighborhood of the ing right between the lines. in the Court bf Panther Creek Church, Wednesday, Was at Elizabethtown last power to impose and collect Tariff du- Appeals. Hpicial attention alien lo collection. battle lines, but have many more to .Judging from the distance between Oflice, over William., llell.tCo drugstore. ties, except for the purpose of revenue spiing. build. They are the finest I ever the Layfayette road and the ono wo Oct. 18. iic.i r" V only. We demand that tho collection Haynesville, Thursday, Oct. 19. Ho has always taken intense inter- of such saw. They first urade the road put were on tho morning of tho second taxes bo limited to tho necesFordsvile, Friday, Oct. 20. est in politics, even before his majorisities of tho Government when honon an iiiimese iron roller and make it day, I take it that Bragg's men fell VwukS. w ?i2? Shrove, Saturday, Oct. 21. ty, and has taken part iu all the local estly nnd economically administered." atmoft a" solid as a rock and then back from their advanced position on "J Speaking begins at 1 o'clock, p. in. contests for a number of years. Iu drafting and voting for this resthey gravel it, that is,they cement the the first day ami that McCook, com jvii oiucr candidates are respectfulHis father and elder brother were olution, the members either showed top with gravel and roll it again and ing down tho road from the Wood Ti.vhi.i:v, 'members of the 2Gth, Ky., Infantry, dense ignorance of American polit-ica- l where there is any wnMi they cover mill, was the cause of it, hut ot this I ly invited. IT 3 Ch'm'n Rep. Com. . during the lato war, and his brother, history, or they manifested a purV".I fWrrTrljff-Wthe ditches or gutters with limestone am only gue.-sinThe place nf batF. W. Piiiti.1I, Andrew, was assasiuated by the James pose to win votes by deceiving the rock, of which there i" an abundance tle on the morning of the second day I3THC DtST. M- - iW boys, under Quautrell, while at home voters. I cannot at the bidding of Ch'm'n P. P. Com. on the ground. They hare taken out is very familiar. The field where r, 'jrcw h cp. siwm recruiting. Kowan IIoLimooic, these gentlemen, unlearn tho lessons the underbrush at the most of the im- one of our batteries was located has ,, in,,"! c ' "v;:e" The Barnctt family is oue of the of my whole life. The greater part of Ch'm'n Dem.Cgm. portant points ami will remove all of been in cultivation ever since and looks oldest in ihe county, his great grandmy long life has been passed in the to me just ns it did then Having been it before they get through, the intenVi; King's Sentence. father being ouo of the settlers nt Bur- study of American political history OFFICE OVER RED FRONT tion being to make the field look as flanked by a column coming down that (illlliO I. lllOiT.lt. ii. a. nett's Station, now Hartford, having and constitutional law. If I cannot NVIioli'silo D.ialers, much like it did at the time of the bat road, yon will remember we were Mkmpiiis, Ti:nn., September 17. He is a claim to be an authority on such sub CLEVELAND, O. tle as it is povihlc to do. Is prepared to do all kinds of forced back to tho top of a hill. This When Gov. Buchanan commuted the emigrated fiom Maryland. UK) .Siijtfrinr .t. I was much bothered ami worried is now tho celebrated Snodgrass hill, sentence of H. Clay Kiug, who was member of the Sous of Veterans and jects, lean point out to others the true Dental work at reasonable prices. while looking over n map of the battle which was considered the "key' to to have been hanged last month for Knights of Pbythias orders, in both of 8:ources trom which to deviso inter at the hotel at Crawfish Springs, a the whole battle lino. the murder of David H, Poston, it which ho stands very high. He was pretations of tho Constitution. Those nominated for Congress on tho Repub ecources are not to be found in recent 1 followed divi-inthe route of the troops was developed that a letter of sympaWood's wa not put down as I thought it ought to bo, being under from that road to tho top of the hill thy from Grover Cleveland to Mrs. lican ticket at tho recent Elizabeth-tow- n Congressional speeches, whether mnde i Convention. by members of one party or another. the impression all the time that we and hero I found the exact place and E. K. White, a niece of King, figured i Col. Barnett is a youni; mail of They are to bo found in the interprewere with him, but after I saw a table there I put up a board marking the as one of Guv. Buchanan's excuses with Ueatty's brigade in Van Cleave's last spot held by the grand old Sevenfor his actions. The following corre acknowledged ability and bisselectiou tations given to the Constitution by division I found that we joined Wood teenth Kentucky in that memorablo spondence on the subject wns secured by the people of the tourth District the First Congress, by which WashVJHfTE'S A battle. This hill, is just the same, the today from Frank P. Poston, n broth, to represent them in the next House ington's administration, and by tho after that time. SSKE. S 32 ffi of Representatives would be a wise succeeding administrations of JefferI found the following record on ono timber and bushes reminding ono of er of King's victim: US H y SiLk 1 itjySJim iV!sVTXr J He will stump the District be- son, Madison, John Quincy Adams one. tho 20th of September, 18(i.'l, although PLEASANT of tho tables, viz: a i.irrrmtTO mil ci,i:vni.AN'i. YEARS "On tween now and November, and he and Jackson. the underbrush is of a new growth, First Hrigade. "Ueatty's Mihmiih,Ti:n.v., August 13, 1802. . Kai; toil all .'ci:n Romer-.icsdocbut the commissioners have cut out I have been requested by the Set- "Dick's Second Ilrignde. Hon. Grover Cleveland, Buzzard's will take care of Republican EVEHY BOITLc GUfiRAHKED. hi trines to the satisfaction of his party. retnrv of Tlin Ainorinnii Pmlnm! l'H ilM and trimmed it up until it looks just Bay, Mass.: Dkah Sih I have read Ilarnes' Third Hrigade. v THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND :,D .ij 1 : 1 1 could hardly find a with much v r .4 nu mi cuMruuiiurl is BETTER. in "Jleatty'naml Dick's brigades were as it did then. t i.'ii',inii' surprise nml regret there-por- ts NlIII.OIt'K COl'MIl nnd Consumption Tariff League to give my views of the Mr doctor ay. It act. irentlT on tho rtomach, lirer anil ThU drink Protective issue, as it has been made ;nad kldiiryi,jidtapleaintuitl.. qm euUy aa ordered forward from Lee it Gordon's place for my board, as the Ohio regiu our papers that you have inby - on n guarantee. It cure, Cure from htrt, and l prrparad tor u Hold h) '., Wnjnii (Irillln A Uro. Mill at 1;!10 p, in., to tupport Pal- iments had taken up nearly all tho terceded with Gov. Buchanan inbe-hal- f by the two parties in the present tea. It., caura IT ISA nrTVvon on oroiir.pirnnil family In Ki'l tlin hri nihil fur innr iiinury. mer's division, leaving Harnes' brig-ad- o space, but I wjueeed iu nml put up our of H. Clay King, the condemed lnti;.Ki:.M:MS, or the I.KU'OU campaign. This I shall do in a com- All drucBliti tell It at Mc and 11.00 a pactace. It l;rinioitilri In iinr fmititrnr liy luirrhllitlnff Soon after 'J p. m., sign right at tho front, which position tllttlltn Itlnll in lirt ......a vt... tr.ltii.i ep ' Ioucannntmtlt.MndroorMilreMrorrreoaaniple. .. .... v.k....a ... wv nililrccnil ... ,1,1.1, ... I.. Ilinmlu Mini., Mlilrh i riirrnrnl llin at the mill. murderer of my brother, David II. IIAIIIT. Cnred u( Home In TrnllnyN , ii In" lor uiIiik naked. u ! lliuu.nuila ' which he will make such use as ho "JuSl'."' r.6'J'0.'",lthr,tnlslinccMary. lll Ititilly. Reatty's birgade formed at this point, we certainly held the wholo of that Poston, whose sentence was recently ly iiiliiihilmerliiK Dr. Ilnlne- -' OKATOlt F. WOOIlWAUW, i..ltliv,. 1(7 Uoldru Nprcillr. ?5.00.p,TS 43.00 sees fit. and nu advance of 200 yards led to long and bloody day. The Confed- commuted. I was surprised thnt a II eanbeuiien lu kUm of liecr, a cup ofeolfeo 2.50 ft.UUMI' I am, Mr. Editor, very rcsp'y, heavy fighting and resulted in the erates havo put up some boards to man of your usually firm churacter, or lea, or In tood, without tho knowledge of the $2.00 &3.50&1 1 FOR lADIEt - w ,jau V MltV our right about 200 ynrds, showing who has so uniformly advocated the pntient, Itia ubnolulely harmless, and will ntris'l Your obedient servant, capture of four guns. a periu inent and upeeily cure, whether tho paGi:o. Ticknkh Cuktis. $2.00 "At Ili.'lO i). m., Vaneleve had been the positions held by them at the upholding and prompt enforcement tient In a inoilerir.nu drinker ornnalenholleu reek. 11.75 driven acro.is Lafayette road at Broth close of the fight, and from these ono of the law, would or could bo led It lunlieentil'en In n thaunand cei, and in evron BOYS cure has folloaed. Itneier ery ease a 9 nn erton's by Rates' and Clayton's bri- cm sec that wo were-- in ,t terribly astray by the wails or entreaties of a fulls. The iH'rfect oneo impregnated with the CLEAR RUN, ajidoii .iMU-m-C gades of Stewart's divisions. At this close place. Nothing but darkness female .relative of the convicted man, apecine, It liecomes an utter Impossibility for the .y jiWV w' Sept. 20. Health in this commuvj ( guarnleed, appetite to exi.t. Cure point he made a stand, but soon after saved us, as they were, almost in our and ask for clemency in his behalf in Ihpiorhook ol parlleuUra free. Adilre.stheGOI.il-KNNl'KCirinity is good at this time. untamed, and nu lit.zlMz.', m pane tended lo for UOIHlltATKH&S Oui ollicii u was forced by Clayton attacking in rear. They captured the 21st Ohio the face of tho sentence of every I8J RACE Htreet Cincint jimr-T'i,CO. People are busy cutting tobacco. opposite tho II S. I'liteut Olhco. mid , wn con oti lam I'ntenls in lev time Hum llinse emote fiom front and Bush rod Johnson on the ami the 8!lth Indiana just at dark, court throught which his case passed, nati!, Ohio, Clear Run is on a boom. J. A. IMW;a7V.V J'fW.7., DU. II7.NW or rllhlO nf inrciilioii Wo iiiIiTmi ui to patent right. Clayton followed 5 00 yards, which left our right Ihink exposed, and the overwhelming public sentiCroup, Whooping Coughnml Park is having his houso repaired. nl.lhly ficcor i bulge and vie ni.Ku AM LIlAlidti UM.LS i',I7:.T In Aft' lilll.U and they could have easily driven us ment, not only here, but throughout diately relieved by Sliuoh'a Cure, At Z.W.drlffln iVc." Tho Clear Run schoolhouso is beTHE BEST SHOE III THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. rot iitcuiiir, iiiltice, tunc uud itfcrcncei to A Hro'.'a Drug Store. nctiuil clients In jouimvu state, County, j'lly or OTIIKIt Mriil'IAl.TII'.s lu ruoturar aroof Now you will readily recognize from from the hill. the country, demanding his execution ing rapidly built, by W. T. Woodtlioiniin iilKh Krailn.nud ri'pniMit n nionry valuo inwii, ivrile In i fur lM.)onil iho rhMiclinritiHl. bio thnt uauio and the above our (irit figlung. There is ono important fact about as a punishment for his atrocious Lniir'N iikhIIcIiich inoion II, o bowo ward aud your humble- scribo. Wo In or lirlco kro .tamiM iu iKittom of .arh .hup. Vimm't I'alrin Otfice 'Vtitiminlon. II O vry iliiy. ... . I.. Ilungltis llrocklout lUnm Bold by der to traco our lino it was necessary that fight that 1 did not know until crime. I regret your action, becauso :i'Ai: m Ni'iisTrrrTii will soon have a good new school -In onli r to lie healthy till" la necessary. to find the point nt which Beatty's three years ago anil that is thatGcu. I have always been a Democrat and HOCKER & TABOR, bouse at this place. Happy and content Is a with Th Xo THAT IIACKIMU COI7U1I ran ho .0 brigade first loft the Lafayette road. Thomas' troops fought behind breast- havo ever voted the straight ticket, as Our Sunday school closed hero Chester ; a lamp with the home of the" morning. IJosine, Ky. light cured by Nhlloh'a Cure. We guarante quickly last Sunday evening. I was very fortunate in this, as I works during tho wholo of tho second havo my family since there was a J. II. P. Catitofiuos.wtito Rochester Lamp Cc,NewYork. Hold by Z. WajneOrinin A Uro. hired a Mr. Brotherton to drive mo to day, his soldiers throwuig up works Democratic party. But, believing different points on the field and in my during the night. But with us it was as I do, that your action was unwartalk with him I happened to speak of different; wo had no .barricades or ranted, aud a blow at good governiMnrk'H tho Opi'tiiin; ni'tlm our regiment capturiiig ri battery di- breastworks at any time. No wouder ment and a prompt encroachment of FALL inn! WINTER TltADK. rectly after leaving the road and kill- that Thomas was called the "Bock of our local laws, I will, for the first timo iu my life, decline to vote for tho ing all the artillery and horses. "Oh, Chickiunauga." Wo oiler lor your infection a I know that very spot," said he. "I Thcro were many place? I would nominee of tho party on the national was born and raised right here and liko to hnvo gone, but my whole timo ticket. My family connected is largo have been thcro often." Ho said it was taken up m trying to place our nnd they will pursuo tho samo course. Of Now nml Gooila at :t i. was a great curiosity for years after to regiment in proper Jine. TJio boards King's crime was peculiarly Very Eeasona'ole Prices people who came. I have put upnro only te oiuorary.nud and atrocious, aud was committed at Tin: we, the aurvivors, ought by means to niter days of deliberation, and in a The horses were piled up in a great IDLE STORE, heap, so mo on top of others, nml the mark tho spots in a more eub.stantial manner nothing short of assassination. The courts havo so decreed, hut owing spot was marked for years until soino manner. Chattanooga firm sent n forco out I regretcd very much that some to tho influenco of certain prominent r.Ml'OJn'KI) SUITINGd thcro and gathered up the bones of all others did not go with me and assist in politicians, who know nothing of the From the fashion centres of Europe. animals that could bo found and had tracing tho various lines, although I facts or the parties, except as gained AMERICAN FABRICS thorn ground up intodust and sold as think thoy uro correct. I would ad- from the newspapers, our Governor In new anil beautiful patterns. fertilizer. His recollection is that vise all who can to go down thew at has been induced to cheat tho gul EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS there were 36 horses in that pile, I sonio futuro timo and if they n lows of its just dues and spare the asIn fall and winter novelties. know wo killed all that belonged to throw any light on the subject, to do sassin for moro of his work. 1 do not the battery aud wheeled the guns to so. Tho commissioners arc very writo you in anger, but simply to lot Our iiiinio u niij' l'lU'kiiKn mruim tho rear. I learn from a tablo on tho anxious to havo alL tho lines correctly you know that your courso has not BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices road that it is just .'150 yards to that established and therefore invito all met tho approval of this community. Yours very truly, ,000 Fall and Winter battery. I did not think it was that who took part iu tho battle, to assist Frank P. Poston. them. Cloaks, Latest Styles, far at that time, but wo were in a huri We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Tor Imiio lmok,np or climt.ui'rlillflli'. nornn ry then and had no timo to calculate Two of Company "C" wero there; $2.o0 to$oo each. rinMcr. I'mriSiinli, Hold by '.. WBjno Orllll the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasdistances. At tho buttery I nailed a C. A. Brashoar nod M. B. Brown, of A Urn. board nu n tree with thisy. inscription: Cluistian county, hut I did not know Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. "17tu-Ky.- , '2.'58 Fourth Av., Louisville, Ky. Vol., Inf-tBight OiiiKhhiir I.cinlx lu t'otiNUinptloii, hero tho 17th Ky., and 71Hh Indiana it until after thoy had gone homo. I Hi'lnp". HiImiiii Hnm tho roiixhilt onca. captured a battery and killed tho ar- may havo seen them, but failed to Catarrh Cured, health and tweet trenlh ae. Sore recognizo them; was very sorry intillery horses." by Hlilloh'a Catarrh Iteincdy, 1'rluo 60 I was informed whilo down there deed that did not meet then,!. As I cured Injector free at 'A. WiijnoOrlllin llro, cla Owens boro, Ky. Naaal iH V M m kiB B A. Lv h 1 Edwin - Glenn llielrprnr.i.-loiiliinllll- ie James Smitli, Attorney at Law, -- ma-teii- al, e G-VLf- -- Ringro, Attorneys at Law. ycur-ol- d North-Wester- n De-Pa- Perry "Westerfield two-thir- Rosine, X3Ly. Ij. Attorney at Law, LlL v l st. Hartford. Ky. rf ;?pjk & m v 1, "li?'-'rM- g. : w mm wiM Agents i.oZi-,ii-:ka'Co- anted! ipS DENTIST. WBB, fiSel 20 ilSfwiS' II EWr taf ""' . it- 1 a. LANESMEDICIHE I"-- sz.sop! ' . .. a i R.arAi '! 7s MmMv W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cENtfiW SEPTEMBER LARGE : STOCK o cold-blood-- M O.E. Overstreet & Co Ha F. A. AMES ft CO. I J. evidences going to show that ninny of the pcoplo who did this have como to regret it since the freaks have been on PUBLISHED i:VKKY FHIDAY MOHNIKO. exhibition and the affects of the crnzy been felt Proprietor. policicB they advocated have Killlor aii'l II. ROUKItN, in Kansas. To be sure there has been FRIDAY, SF1TEMHER !10, 18H2. an eraol great prosperity and good crops in Kansas, which bus resulted We nre authorized to nnmiiiiicc in largo payments of mortgage inC. TOWNSEND JOHN debtedness and greatly decreased the A cniuliilute on the People's Party demand for borrowing money. But Platform for Commonwealth's Attor- I for those persons who have needed to ney in the .Sixth Judicial District. .1 l.nkHiilll mt .(,.(1 ..H n In ll.l.l It 1..W..1 ..fill Ulfl Mill nullum, Wl JjiniM i.m.. II" IliUI m profitable use to mnkc of borrowed capital, the People's Party vagaries havo worKcd great hardships and diskoii riaatiiKNT, advantages. In a State where PeoBENJAMIN HARRISON. ple's Party judges had refused to issue-Of Indiana, process for foreclosure of mortgage, and where the cry of the people's leadKOK VICK WIKSMIKST, ers was' that to havo money to lend was WHITELAW KEID. nearly akin to a crime, capital Of New York. naturally grew timid and did not KOK COM I UFA feel safe even at a high rate of interest. The- Republican farmers who C. M. BAKNETT, wcrolcd away into this folly have had Of Ohio County. their eyes opened by the way it has m ' m been coddled by the Democrats. They roit cikcuit juixh: D. L. ADA1H, see that their breaking away has been Of Hancock Cntmty. simply nu aid to the Democratic party, and while it has injured ATTOKNKV KOK COMMCXWIUTIl's the Republican party, it has, in a P. P. NEAL. corresponding degree, failed to ullord Of Ohio County. relief to themselves. They will hardly join the Democats again to compass FOU rillKHIFK, the mischief that was done in 1800. CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. Hartford Republican for they scattci c.l to the four winds, some climbing out the windows, soma out the back ot side doors, n whole regimeutchaigedoii thefrontdooraud took it, but cost them a c msiderable struggle, for each seriucd to want to So that Mr. Franks get out first. was left to finish his argument to a crowd whoso Republican majority was about its own sue. Let the good work go on aud hero is hoping that Franks will not get too sick tospeuk, hut if ho docs let not the Republicans try to shelter behind his indisposition. E P. U. BELL'S HUN. Grand Republican Rally aud Flag Raising. The Republicans ol Bell's Run had a flag raising at this place on Septem. presented bcr 24, 1802. The flag by tho Hon. Win. Milligan in a very neat and appropriate speech in which he gained many friends for the Re-- ' publicans. In the ultcrunou tho Hon. 11 i n ... . .4 U. unity and Uol. ,1. is. it. v ending made speeches on tho political issues of the day. They told of some of the many good deeds of the Repub lican party and some of tho evil deeds USSNESS CARD! To the People of Ohio and Adjoining Counties, The season for the AUTUMN TRADE is at hand. The Summer Garb will soon he doffed, and the Autumn Attire put Say on. The people want something- new and fashionable. As well buy NEW what you please this is true, and right. GOODS and AvSTIIONABLE ones as lines that have been in use fifty years. J.leeognizing this fact, anda just one, we have spared no pains nor trouble to buy SOMETHING NEW absolutely new. No stock, but (something new and toney. Wo find this to be the first want of the people, after which they want to know the prices. Well, as to prices, let us moralize. The man that tells you that he can sell you goods 10 or 20 percent, cheap- j ji l wo er man anynouy else is unueraung- your intelligence, TXT.. nuuvu ft is no such proposition. Trices and values are two things, one thing to know a value and another to fix a price. We have endeavored by close attention and experience to learn something of values, and every advantage that has beeu turned to account in reducing prices. MUSCLE, JUIAIN nnd JHLXEY have all been used fortius purpose, and we confidently assert that we have given the people satisfaction in this line. Xow all we ask is that you give us a visit, as we - I Republican Ticket. Tho "Ruffian" Roplio3. roll CIKCUIT COUNT Cl.NHK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Col. C. M. I.iml-rill- Look at tho Eagle. Fourth District. p Barnott in tho ('OIIIIIICIVl.il. &"tKQrat " He's tho same proud bird that will udorn tho Republican ballot at tho cominjr election. EhSEWUKitK will be found the d Judge John as a candidate wealth's Attorney ou the Party ticket. C. Town-senfor Common- People's TiiKiti: must be a letter somewhere fromG. Cleveland to Charley Ross. If the detectives would keep a watch ou the mail from Bustard's Bay ami trace it, all the losts und unknowns would be found. Gi!i:i:xnuK(i,Ky., Sept. 22. Hon. C. M. Burnett, Republican candidate Coi.. C. M. Banniitt, an excellent for Congress in this District, made au likeuessof whom is presented on first enthusiastic speech, touching upon the successful page, is making a very tariff, reciprocity and force bill, showcanvass. His speeches are well reing up the Third Party in its proper ceived aud prospects of his election light. Republicans from nil parts of grow brighter everv dav. the county were present and went Bkmsma.v, the Anarchist, who atawuy well pleased and Friek, determined to elect Burnett. J. B. tempted to ll announced himself as Rep-lii-- an ill Homestead', Pa , some lime ago has in candidate lor Circuit CU-ibeeu convicted and cent to the penithis county. tentiary for the term of twenty-oniixN.viriT h:aks at i.niivnon. tears. He had no counsel, but eon Lciiamin. Ky.,Sept.2ii -- CI. C ducted the defence himself. M. B.truett. Republican nominee for Ai.osv.o HuooKiiiiiii:, of Montgomin the Fourth District, t'ongre.-- s ery county, who killed Jailor Tipton spoke to a large audience at the Court and Constable Unwind while trying to House He presented the arrest him has been convicted and principles of Republicanism in a lit- most forcible sent to the penitentiary for life. maimer and handled is oulv nineteen years old anJ has Democracy without gloves. The served one term in tho peuitentiary crowd responded in rounds of hearty g. Jor applause to his many happy hits. It was a great speech and Col. altogethGi:ohoia's canvass is not endeared himself to the nn uninteresting affair for the Burnett has er Republicans of Lebanon and Marion The Republicans country at large. He was followed by Jo. B. ore supporting the People's Party, county. stands Rogers, editor of the Harttord whose candidate for Governor in a strong and eloquent well with the people of the State. On address, in which he showed the inOctober 5 the election takes place. Both sides pretend to be confident of consistencies of Democracy from a victory. The Bourbons will probably historical standpoint. Ru-sce horse-stealin- Viu:n the Democratic party nominated Cleveland for President it threw awuy its chalices to carry New York; and when.it failed to nominate Gray for Vice President it did the same thing as to Indiana. i.i.i:,Fept.l!). Hon.C. M. Burnett, Republican candidate tor Congress in the Fourth District, spoke here Urday to a good crowd and hud He dwelt at an attentive hearing. and presented large on the tarill m n must convincing manner the benefits of the present protective policy, and showing up the weakness and insincerity of the Democratic party in this issue. Ho touched up the Democrats ou their free silver record in contrast with the sound financial doctrine of the Republicans on this questions; showed that tho Democrat? were hiding behind a force bill to conceal their weakness in the main quesHe read some bitter tions at issue. dearticles from the Courier-Journ- al nouncing the Federal soldiers as lootand ers, collee-cooleand closed by a strong appeal to the people to staud by the party and its candidates that had brought to the country the greatest He prosperity it had ever known. was followed by W. 1). Browucll and Cnpt. II. C. Martin in short speeches, and all separated in a line humor. i rs d camp-follower- s Mu.mpoudv NANNI.TT MT.AKS AT (INCNSsllUNM. Haktivki), Ky., Sept. 28th. they Mn Enrron. Do you sec the edi of the Democratic party. If could make us a few more speeches tor of the Hartford weakly Herald this precinct would Now if nobody but Hay ward before tho eliction kick? give a large Republican majority. wasshcaicd why is this editor kickQuite a number of the People's ing? Tho fact is I meant to shear all Party weie present ami some of them those Democrats who asserted that that they Franks would be so easily answered, nre thoroughly convinced s have been led astray by false and yet did not offer to do so, and if and are now convinced that the Rein the tiso of my wool denuding instrii- publican party is the only party that incuts, I wa so awkward as to punct is in favor of protecting tho laboicrs ure the pelt of this editorial animal, of this country and of paying them about the llunk, I beg his pardon, for I was merely after his wool. His de- in nu honest dollar. The Hon. Judge John P. Morton fense of Hay ward soumhlikc the howl nnd Mr. 1). F. Tracy were present, of a treed nncttvnguut wanderer. His buys as usual. tirade against my charcter (seeming shaking hands with tho This was the most successful Repub- flnjl I'.iild ill rtit if ftltiiT flin Ml.lftnt-tnn.. 1,c,ul ral,y lmvo '" ll"S HM.alities) is like the bursting of fetid N "mV l? S'ml t0 ha" excresenccs from the rottenness of , I,reciMct- the orttt"rs ,th ,,s ttSAm ,)e,ore tl,C , his own intellect. "Prntortinnnf llin : " Wliv 1 coming eiecuon. for Harrison and Reid and am not only n protector of the sick, ' Hurrah, from top to of late have como to regard my- - the Republican ticket but At the close, beautiful bottom. Ttiil itnt m iln finlf nd n nil to the speak- coction have a most salutary effect b(,1uets wcro lii:iinn.ii'AN. Is ho ers. upon the Democratic Elector. in the District not at this moment out To my Friends. ou a stumping toui? Yes, sir, in war- I am with the only AmericauC loth-in- g fare. I hold the disable sacred. Un- it Shoe House in Owensboro. like mv friend who sav "tho infant. ' ""d that is Uak Hull, corner ot .mi i ' Come and see me. .1... I1IJIUUII HUHi .i. .K...1.I...I 1... Fredericu Street, UIV IIIU lllilll U) Tandy Hani.. diseno arc sacred iu a warfare save I hold those sawith suvug s, etc." Look, Listen! I). J.Cllll'lllllll .V '.. IICIIKT Itlllll, cred who arc disabled by diseases even Kj-.will ni'M I'liiur us lollou-- : when waging war with savages, as S.I.OO. IsMirmli- - I'lilcnl I in. Lilly J (I he has already seen no doubt from my a. mi. :t,l generous administration of medicines IlVTIIi: SA4'U or -- IMtl'.MIS. il.1i'. 1st (initio to the solely afllicted Democratic soSSr. " 1.111 Jil Was that "ill-breldiery. attack" . art i.v Wa it Hi) jour liiiiir ol'u- - nml siiti- num. aguint Mr. II uy ward only? "" l. DM A A I. J. not against the whole host .if Demo cratie orators, who were that day with- Notice, iu the sound of tho Republican Elee- All the members of the Ohio Conn tor's voice? What more is that "in tv Executive Committee and all the Reply ton Ruffian" than nn nttempt Precinct Committeemen are hereby on the part of the Democratic Editor called to meet at Hitriford Ky., Mon-t- o ' tnke these Democratic orators with day, October !lrd, 1802 him and cowardly skulk Mr.' Wood Tinsi.ky, Ch'm'u. Hay ward's imlnpojitioii, making it a Ah. sir, piotection to themselves? G this is one instance in which the c!U- abled, Mr. llayward, protected the d warriors of the Demoranks. cratic I will olo;c, Mr. Ivlitor, ayour space is limited, but of course, we all understand th.it drubbing ut Green- vine. les-onn I last-yea- r iii i - 1 1 -- -. .1-- -. J" hf m.-l- I"ted On Saturday, Sept. 24th. 1 , . Opened the largest and finest stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE that avc have ever had. We anticipated an extended trade and have prepared for it. We cannot do more than call attention to our various lines: . d m kh n. tfimi, HOXXETS, Ac. (jlt'iils (.'lolliing. line the i'-- st and found. Wedding suits a specialty. coats, the line.-- t. In tlm Good- - mav be "ltm-ll- s l'ini- -t - '. ThN we have made a specialty and have nil the Newest und Finest Styles for the sea-oLADIFS" ITKXISHIXG GOODS, LADIES FIXE SHOES. LA Over- I DIE' WI.'APS, LADIES HATS. MISS VIOLA PtRTLE Will welcome her many friemU, and the trade geui'iai'y, lo our Immense Millinery Tin- - has been enlarged and we now propu-- e to furni-- h the be-- t Style of all gmiil-o- f 'iit our Millinery Department. thi-kin- d. AS LBJ tR! !M ft -- Gents jFino Slices, Gents Sample-.- " Good-- Fur-iii-hi- j . Everlhing needed. "STAPLES. They are down at )M price-- . HOCK HOT-T- ( Boots and Shoes. The Famous able-bodie- "F o jc tiliz: or . Shoe'' brand. "Hor.-- e v A. SEWING MACHINES." y 14$ WAGOXS"Ohl Teiiiie.i'e. Hickory' ami Medical Socioty. The Ohio County Medical Society met at tin- - Bupti?t Chinch iu HartIn the ford, .September, 24, lSil'2 abiciicj nt Secretary, Dr I'M Ford. Dr. J. D. Maddux wa made Secietiiry pro tern. On motion Dr. IJ. G. whs made a member of the Society. Dr. J. I). Maddox ie.nl a p.itier ou Viincocel or (Jliielu-npox- , oulliii't especial attention, to the differences und contradictions ot authois iu the disease and more especially to some symptoms ot the disease, as noticed iu practice, and which hud not been found" mentioned by any author. Dr. J. E. Pendleton showed the Society a case of Odatiou Latation of the right pupil, which was diagnosed m, by him as a peculiar form of and the members of ihe Society generally agreed with him in his diagnosis. Dr. 11. F. Bean read a report of l.'J eases of Typhoid Fever treated conHo secutively without a fatal case. depends principally on Quinine nnd Aeetuiiiilideuiid a diet of milk, eggs aud toast in combating this disease. Dr. E. 1$. Pendleton read n paper ou Heroic Treatment, detailing a case where it had undoubtedly been the means of saving tho patient's life. Dr. L. T. Cox had no paper but reported n case ol Oedema ot the eyelids arising seemingly without n cuiioe but supposed tho possible teliology was tho bite of a fly. Dr. J. E. Pendleton reported ' cases of Laporotomey duuc- - by him where the walls of tho Teenier were stitched the abdomen and treated as an external wound and all recovering with regain of health. Dr. J. T. Miller lead a paper on "Puerpal Disea-c- s and How to Prevent Them." Ho spoke very forcibly of tho importance of Asepsis in the case of a parturient woman recounting the dangers that might befall her and itemuiiig tho little particulars he had adopted to prevent them. On motion, Dr. J. D. Muddox was appointed a committee to tender tho sympathies of tho Society to Dr. S. A. Jackson, hoping sincerely, that he may soon i cover from his protracted spell ot sickness. On motion it was agreed that as Dr. L. T. Cox .nn esteemed member of tho Society was about to leave our county to seek a location iu Daviess county, that wo recommend him as a practical and worthy physician, also, us nu honorable gontlemuii. The Society then adjourned to meet the first Saturday iu Mav noxt. J. S. Smith, Prcs. J. D. Maddox, Scc'y pro tcru. l'at-ters'- in Iiheu-mutis- vour Cash or Country Produce aud we will (ill hills Respectfully, cheaper than ever before. Briii"- "1 WwrplTr i.M: v FA.S7 i - i.: 4? f ' ' - T- - .l fUCO. m'jaamzrmiizii '. I' lUhSAKl' 3J$& JV. II. IUHMt ( IlM r CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY Beaver Darn fJojler The attention hii-- i IVIills. Of tho Condition of tho Cifl?:M.:fiL:M.fe. 03NT3E3 TO ALL. Beaver Darn PH.ICB DEPOSIT I fi'J-'.- of the public is specially called to the fact that this completed upon the mo-- t modern plan, with till the improved appliances (or the manufacture of the FIN' EST FLOl'It and other Mill Product.-- . Positively no money has beeu spared to mak. it turn Mill just been At tho Close of Business April 23, 1892. KESOUKCES. rl),'J8,S.lil Notes and Hills I teal Estate H.OOO.OO Furniture and Fixtures.. l.JiOU.UO Expense.- - I'uid l); Cash on Hami aud in other mam Tim ALIKE. win by a majority of 20,000 or up- ward, CENTRAL CITY, KY. Deni-crnt lknks S,(M(i.01 S8f,027..')f) Tin: Hartford Herald and the Sr.iTi:Miu:it Mn. 2.'1, 1802 party ought to be the last to say anything about incompetency in either those who are, or who would be the If the Herservants of the people. ald and the Democratic party in the person of the County Attorney has not the most striking exnmble of official incompetency over inflicted upon a good people, then wo are sadly mistaken. If the question of competency or incompetency hud decided tho issue the iucumbout of the County Attorney's ollice would have been elected to stay at homo by a vast maBut even ' in a comparison jority. between Mr. Howe and Mr. Neul with u fair and unbiased decision tho latter gentlomau docs not suller audit does Mr. Howe neither good nor credit that Ins party organ should denounce Mr. Ncal as incompetent, when tho writer of these partisan, cowardly and disgraceful thrusts knows tho charge is untrue. Hereafter let the Herall remember that those who live in glass houses should bo exceedingly cueful how they throw stones. Hhi:wi:ii, who is a Kansas man, is reported as saying: "The people (of Kansas) think that with more money many of their preseut hardships will pass away. They don't care what kind of money they get. They favor free coinage of silver simply because free silver means more money." Undoubtedly that was truo of such of tho people of Kunsus us scut such freaks to public life as Jerry Simpson aud Senator Pcffer. But there arc Tho speaking at Greenville this afternoon between E. T. Franks, Assistant Elector for the State at Large and W. T. Hay ward, Democratic Elector for the Fourth Congressional District, was a signal Franks had Republican victory. talked nearly hnlf his time before Hay ward arrived, and when asked if ho would divide time, replied affirma tively, und only an hour being asked, said that ho would finish 40 minutes Mr. and have 20 minutes reply. Hay ward made a good Democratic speech actually induced the Democrats, who weic bowed down under the weight of the inclinable arguments and the undeniable truths, which Franks had poured into their ranks like hot shot from a surcharged battery d'enliuble, in fact, sir, who seemed just ready to get down in sackcloth and ashes and s.iy, "Mr. Franks forgive us and let us go und we will The Elector from sin no more." Hartford induced them to look up, someofthem sutupright in their chairs, some of them smiled little sardonic smolcs. Eimoit. SPECIAL Given ATTEfSTlON LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Ucservo to the Traveling Public. 82.1,000.00 80L.:il Surplus Intcre-- t and Echange Deposit Account Due other Hanks .... 2.2.ri0.()0 1 , KiO.10 51, IT) J. i")5 .'500.:i:t Also keeps a first-clasLiver,)' and s. 81,027.50 In submitting this '.ve heir to state that our business has steadily grown each month since our opening, and by the mo.-- t careful, wutchfulnecs and ofthe principles of'l u strict the most conservative Hanking, we hope not only to extend our ucijuaiut-nnc- e, worthy but to prove the confidence that is being so liberally repoted iu us. Wo arc here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy shall lie extended to them, but in no ca'-- shall safety be sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John ILHaiiniis Cashier. our-elves . pioduetasaiiy Mill in the STATE. It has been thoioughly tested, having been run almost every day since its completion and a portion of the time at night to keep up with its oidcrs. Its product has been sold to the best, mo-s- scrutinizing and puiticulur trade of the country, and it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best linkers and many of the very best cooks of the For the benefit, county that it makes the best flour they ever convenience and protection of the farmer has this Mill been built, and to him will it looK for its support. With proper care Ohio County can produce as good wheat as any.iind this Mill intends to see that her farmers get the benefit of nny cflbrts thuv put forth in this direction. The best products of this Mill ahull go upon the farmers table, and if he will favor it with his patronage mid his influence satisfaction will be guaranteed to him. We have now one of the very best and most experienced millers in the Green Hiver Country, but that no pains may be spared to give the farmer the full benefit ot his good wheat crop, wo have ordered and are expecting every day an expert miller sent bv the builders of our Mill We shall ccriaiuly consider it n great to stav with us during the season. favor if every farmer iu tho County will cull on r.s within tho next (10 days We. want all tho and get a sample of our product nml our treatment. FIRST-CLASwheat that is for sale iu the County and if you havo it to spate, load it up, and we will pay the highest market price for it, ijtSrMill open every duy except Sunday. out . S Kti VYKIl DAM MILLING CO. i fWILE BROS! ESTABLISHMENT ! OdC CwrenstoorO, LINE OF I Juhtici: proceedings seemed to tho skill, to give additional impetus to the strength and energy tho courage with which Franks used the great Republican weapon of truth iu his 20 minutes reply. When he held that up to their view mid began in eloquent strains to dis. close the gleam of its own incandescence, they could stand it no longer. Sir, tho light of truth wus too much for them and it seemed todtuilo them, Tlu-s- Feed Stable, where .you can have jour Horses Fed. and gel ihe best 'of rigs Any Dr. W. S. Taylor, of Owonsboro, will bo at the Hartford House, Oct. 10th, and will remain ono week.Those Dental work desirintr iirst-olu- ss done at runs jiuiblo rates, hhould call on him. St. Frances Hotel, Owensboro, Ky, When you como to tho Fair, slop at this liou-- o ami get Staid fed and housed. Hates, 81.00 per day. S. S. St.i.. 8 lit Dental Notice. PACKED WITH AN IMMENSE I. .A.A. i. i W$ ?' WW? W T TW P$$fP" Special attention paid to mail orders. Give us a call. or niglit. Leave your willi or-de- rs cms i mm Brick fox Salo. have scveial thousand fino Hrick Cull for sale at reiisnunble prices. and get piicns ou same. K. L. IIi'iutlNO. 8 tf 1 "WILE IBIROS. msugMmsmsm FAIR BROS. They Arc Here! & CO. Big bargain Bros. & C ). this week, nt Fair line, 'A. PERSONAL O. King, Lagrange, Was in fltoji at tho Hirtford House. fa & but "drives" this lines of on mm special Not drives by moonlight for there is no "moonshine" about city Sunday. Jack Smith, Fordsville, is attendPopular Clothing House, is Fair ing the Fuir.' Bros. & Co, L. II. Leach, Sulphur Springs, has typhoid fever. jewFor good honest goods in the T. F. Johnston, Sulphur Springs, elry line, go to Martin, was in town Tuesday. For fine common or cheap spectacOur old friend, J. D. Vnncc, New-villle'!, go to Martin. called to sec us Tuesday. For any thing goto Martin. in tho jewelry Davidson it Bichardsan havo nnd the cxccllenl photograph gallery on the Burnt Corner where they will be pleased to wait on you. Aderson's Bazaar. As the fall season is upon us, one usually looks around to seo where thoy can get tho best goods for tho least money, and in doing so, savo monoy. to s.iy that wo havo a carefully selected most stylish goads aud at the PBICES. c, The Burnt Corner is teeming this week, Davidson it Bichardson nre giving tho people four tintypes for fiOc nnd photographs proportionately cheap, ('all on them. The Hartford House, though long We desire slock of the ; LOWEST POSSIBLE Bct Clothing nt Fair Bros, it Co. lowest prices, at NEW FALL GOODS arc That have been selected with to the wants of the people of Hartford. And NOW COMBS OUR DISPLAY. It is nn event in the commercial annals of our beautiful town. Fine Millinery, OUK LKADEIIS AUK Everybody busy in Fair Bros. & Co's Millinery Department. II. D. Taylor. Leave your nrdcr for the Fair Dr. L.T.Cox, Beda, and Attorney, ground with C. L. Field. M. L. Hcavrin, city, attended Court For dry goods, Hats, Shoes, Boots at Morgantowu Mondny. Hon. E, P. Ncal returned Tuesand groceries go to the Bed Front. day from an extended trip through Born, to the wife of J. B. Phipps, Daviess and Hancock counties. on the 27tli, inst., a 7 pound girl. Dr. J. B. Pirtle led yesterday to Highest market prices paid for attend tho Dental Department of Vnndcrbuilt University, Nashville. country produce at the Bed Front. Mrs. Henry Anil, Auburn.And Mrs. Don't forget to call on A. C. Cain, Dr. Hoover, Pleasant Kidge, aro at the barber, while in town this week. their mother's, Mrs. Jeunio Mosloy, Miss Mabel Claire Pell, one of Four fine tintypes for 50cts. nt DaLewisport's popular young ladies, is vidson it Bichardson's gallery on the spending the week with Mrs. Sal lie Burnt Comer. Hardwick. Oak Hall is tho only American House in Owensboro, cor. 3d nnd Fredcrica Streets. Forfirst-clasr- Miss Pearl Chamberlain, Ghent, is established, is still growing in popuvisiting Miss Stella Thomas this week. larity with tho traveling publio Homombor tho Miss Annie Cosby, Owensboro, is atMerit will win. tending tho Fair. She is visiting Mrs. Hartford House whon you want a DRESS GOODS... low prices. good hotel. Tho'Hartford House is not closed In this lino wo aro coinploto and at surprisingly Wo havo tho most stylish goods to bo had to inspect our Wo havo tho latest in Bluo Storm nor will it bo closod as reported, It will continue to food nnd ontortnin ss tho public in its usunl stylo through tho fair, through county court, court of claims, quarterly court, circuit court, tho holidays, Come to tho and on indefinitely. Hartford Houso whon in tho city. firt-cla- in tho East, and nil wo nsk is for you stock boforo buying. Sorges, Cashmeres, Henriettas, Bluo Flannels, &c. villl3Lear37"- Wo have just rccoiod our immonse stock nnd it is tho nicest lino over brought to town. .' I,;. I..- Dress Goods, f photos uml tintypes on Fall Wraps, Fine Goods, Clothing. go to Davidson it Bichardson Burnt Comer. Don't neglect your horse while at the Fnir, but take it fto Cnscbier it Burton's stable. But these are simply features in the General Plain. We can show yon the handsomest line of Notions, Latest Novelties, that were ever introduced in Ohio county, besides the largest line of Prints, Ginghams, Bleach and Brown Cot-IoShirtings, Bed Tickings, s leans, Yarns, Bed Comforts, at prices that down competition. Farmers purchasing large bills should call on us at once. n, If you want to be hnppy and enjoy life ride on Ca'sebicr it Burton's 'bus during the Fair. The Baud pleases everybody. The music nlone is worth the price of admission to the Fair. ' The fellow that doesn't take his gir) to the Fair deserves to get left when he wants to take her to chinch. Bice Coil Spring Buggy on exhibiat tho fair ground. Call and sec C. L. Fiki.d. it. tion Would bo a terrible thing, but if jou want to sec tho prettiest lot of now Jewelry that over was brought to Hnrtford, you ought to go to O. B. Martin and see the pretty lino of all Miss Stella Thomas returned Monday from an extended visit to friends kinds that he received yesterday. All in Louisville, Elizabethtown, Ghent kinds and shapes of tho prottiostnnd latest styles, cheaper than eer was aud other points. sold boforo. Call before all tho pretFord-Moortiest aro jjono. Dr. E. W. Ford, of Fordsville, and One nnd one third fare to the Fall Miss Lizzie Moore, of this city, were Bnces af Louisville next week. married Wednesday morning nt the residence of the bride's father, Col. Notice. W. H. Moore. The marraige is the All persons knowing themselves outgrowth ot a happy courtship exten- indebted to mo are requested to call ding over several years of the young on M. L. IIearin, llartford, nnd Besp y. settlo tho same. people's lives. Dr. Ford is an excelL. T. Cox. lent young man nnd n rising young physician. Miss Moore is a beautiful For Sale. A Storehouso and lot in Hosiue, young woman, of rare culture and refinement. Mny life keep in store for known as the Frank Henvrin propthem the success they so abundantly erty. Apply to J. E. , Foglo, merit, and hnppiness without reserve. Hartford, Ky. e. Murderer Caught and Hung We keej) up you any will bo with the styles and have anything you want for fall and winter wear. time you call. Miss Sara is now ready to sorvo Don't fail to call earl), tor she rushed for tho Fair, and then you get first choice. MCARPETSSf Wo have just added this line and invite you to call and seo what wo ha thing to please you. o and feel suro you can find some- TRUNKS and YALISES. Wo have tho handsomest line in tho sell you a Trunk or Valiso from county cah tho cheapest to tho best, any size or style you want and at a bargain. Everybody knows that our line of Shoes can't bo oxcolled any place. Tho Popular Anderson's Wear-forev- SHOES. kit,.ti,.tfl.,flfii,4t,.t'titi,(4iMlrit AlilAiAAlAAMAiUAiAi.I.M.,AM"ArAMA er Shoes can bo had in any stylo or size. Every Lin-soy- Here we nre with plenty of good rigs for Fair, also transfer line to BeaC. L. Field. ver Dam. Young men remember that everybody that rides on Caiebier it Burton's 'bus says yes, come one, come all. Tho many iriends of Bev. E. E. Pate will be glad to loam that he was returned this to pastorate for another year. Young man take your sweetheart to Davidson it Bichardson and have your pictures taken there's nothing like it. Young ladies if you wish to charm the world, and everybody else, you will ride on Casebier it Burton's 'bus during tho Fair. You will find Oak Hall at the corner of 3d & Frederica Streets. They are the only American Clothing it Shoe House in Owensboro. The N. N. it M. V. Bailroad gives one third rates to the Fall Bnces at Louisville. Oct. 3d to 8th, inclusive. Tickets good from Oct. 2d to 10th. The first thing for you to do is to take your horse to Casebier & Huryou will have a on's stable good time nnd your horse will be well cared for. Ask your frieuds, where is Oak Hall, and they will tell you, corner 3d and Fredrica Streets, nlso, that it is the only American Clothing nnd Shoo House m Oweusboro. nnd-tbe- FALL ANNOUNCEMENT. Threo years ago I began business on a vory limited scale and by honest, square dealing I havo built up a trado in tho pair sold under a strict guarantee. wo havo In ladies fiuo goods anything you want. Don't fail to try us when you want shoes of any kind. As tho Ohio County Fair is near nt hand, you should call early and inspect our stock, got first and have tho handsomest suit at tho Fair. come to see us. ohoico 1,I ,,t Millinery and Dress Making Line V 5 3 FAIR BROS. CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. 1 iJi m I havo just returned from Louisville, and I don't call it East, like some of my competitors. It is useless to naino what I handlo,for you know too well, and I ask you to come and seo mo and look at the prettiest, cheapest lino of goods in tho That nnyono should bo proud of. Don't fail to No trouble to show you goods. Greon Bivor Country, No 6 Clerks, Ho $8,000 Insurince to Pay on ft" A. f. V t' T" T -- J T T lj I 2J When you buy from mo. Thanking one and all for of the past foors, and hoping to hao a continuance same, 1 am yours to pleaso, WCH H H49 - 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-calicdress to the city and then come to our Beady Made Suit Department and we H&aHrarati i MRS A. BARNARD. Beaver Dam, Ky. Those who havo not paid their town taxes ure earnestly requested to 1 must make settledo so at once. ment eoon nnd your prompt action in the mntter will bo appreciated and will save time and trouble. Bes'y, W. P. Thomas. Town Taxes. For Sale. A good farm containing 212 acres About one half cleared;good Lies improvements; well watered. four miles South of Fordsville on the extension of tho Owensboro & Falls of Bough railroad. For terms, call on or address, John J. McHknrt, of land. 8 tt Hartford, Ky. , Boominig! Booming! The Bed Front. A full line of groceries juet received at the Red Front. ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. CloaJss. We opened to the glare of the public the neatest, most stylish and cleanest stock of General Merchandise we ever offered o 21 ail P 3t can sell you a handsome, stylish suit, all made up and ready, and they fit beautifully. We have Blazer Suits, Reefer Suits, Eton Suits all the very latest novelties. The Largest and Handsomest Store and the Cheapest Bargains in Western Kentucky can be found at Clothing Shoes. In Clonks wo defy competition for Prices,Styles and elections. Wo have spared no pains to get to tho top of tho Bed in our business, and to do this we Judge C. W. Massie, Front, has added n complete stock of must keep what tho trado wants so groceries to his already large stock of and seo our imPersons wa nting grocer- don't fail to como dry goods. ies would do well to call aud examine mense assortment of Ladies Wraps. before buying elsewhere. A. Jackson, after nino Dr. S. weeks suffering, died Thursday, at 1 o'clock a. in. Funeral services at tho homo place, Maple Wood, toat 11 o'clock interment in day in Greeonville Cemetery, at 3 p. in. Friends of family invited. The A.J.MITCHELL CO FuruLiure ! FuM! ThoFair! Oh, the Fair. Trade with Williams, Bellifc Co. Finest Millinery at Fair Bros. & Co. Notice. For General Ward Robes -- Dressers, Suits,Rock-eror anything in the Furniture Line, see FRIDAY, RElTEMBEIt Forelocks go to Mnitiu. Trade with Carson & Co. For scarf pins, go to Martin. Heat of Knrtlrupa g' to Martin's. T. J. MORTON. Tho Ohio County Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union, will meet with tho Taylor Field Union on OctWatch Chains and Charms ut Marober tho 13th & 14th 1802. Dr. tin's. Pafton will deliver tho welcome address rosponso by T. n. "Biillmain, Big rush for Clothing, nt Fair Bros. alter which tho regular order of busfc Co. iness will be taken up. All subjects Cigars and tobacco at the Bed of importance to tho ordor will bo discussed at length. Hon. T. T. Front. Gardner, President of Stnto Allianco, f00 tlozcii eggs wanted nt the Bed has been invited and is expected to bo present. A largo crowd is expecFront. is ted aud a profitable session Call and seo Fair Bros. it Co, during anticipated. Taylor Field is about the Fair. twelve miles from Hartford, on the s aud road, or For general merchandise go to the Hartford road. llawosvillo not acDelegates near tho Bed Front. quainted in that vicinity will find a Church to For the best watches,' all kinds, go Committee at thotho mooting. assign Wo thorn homos for to Martin. bono no Union in tho county will Country produco wanted at the fail to send delegntos. J. P. Miller, Bed Front. Pres. Ohio Countiy's F. it L. U. and Y attend the Fair. TO-DA- you should keep ill), 1892. Publio Speaking. Judge W. H. Williams, Bell & Co. and pure drugs. MiIbyTot Greensburg will address the people of the 4th Confresh gressional District at tho following time and places; Examine Fair Bros. & Co's $1.00 ladies button Shoes. Boots and shoes, the lowest pi ice, nt Fair Bros. & Co. Giiaysox County. For pins, brooches, go to Martin. '4 A . Buy your Until of Carson & Co, V 'V"'' - For Clock repairing, For honest go tn Murtiu. Stylish Millinery & Co, for everybody, at Fair Bros. LeitchfieH, Oct. 4th. Caneyvillo, Tuesday, Oct. 4th, nt night. Ohio County. Hnrtford, Wednesday, Oct. 5th. Tnylor Mines, Wednesday ,Oct.5th, at night. Fordsville, Friday, Oct. 7th. BtlECKBNKirXIE COUNTY, and now through the Republican, extend Clothing and Shoes everybody a special invitation to every larmer and knows wo aro away up in l,G," in wile, man,' woman and child in the broad thoso.Wo can pleaso tho most fastidland of Ohio county to visit our store and ious, in Clothing from the Duko man see if we do not vindicate ourselves in ev and fatpants down 3to orthe Tad wth kneo just ery assertion made. We mean business in Overcoat, don't mention iit years old) until the.; the strictest sense when we say we offer weather changes, then watch us. If1 inducements that will make competition you havo a burnt foot, thick foot, wiggle. We still offer CASH PRICE ad- slim foot, or a big foot, dont' jfail tn.. vantages that no credit merchant can af- soo if we can pleaso you in prices, "' .4 ' l.B0to5.00. ford.' Mlf.l "IT USED TO BE THE FASHION hi. j BUT IT DON'T GO NOW." ,' Hi With the man that has a few dolji M'lfit h lars to lay in his fall and winter clothing, shoes and dress goods, to pay a credit profit when he can save from 5 to 15 per cent S&v i by paying Spot Cash. xr k mrsTJiZii MILLINERY "THEY ACCOMMODATE YOU," -- AND f AND for it dearly in But press - goods, the outcome. you pay afford to sell on Fanners, beariJa' mindTwdlhmVo Can he Can he just 4leci?aM,e Our lino of Dress Goods and Mil- credit as cheap as for cash? No. of Mrs. Tay- afford linery will bo in charge to sell to the cash buyer at one "Olds" wagons and two Car lor and Miss Liz.zio Barnes, who will and the credit man for another? No. loads of Bono Dust, for wheat which price ondoavor to gio you tho neatost, to All merchants doing a credit business we invito your attention Can give nicest and cheapest hat or Dross foro buying olsowhero. We "believe you any size or break wanted. that can bo had any whoro for tho must protect themselves. , 'I ,! that the man who dances should pay the iHuJMI money. fiddler." Moral: Buy of us where you can get a close spot cash price. -" - A M I . . fee-brat- od bo- f I ' l Come and bring our wife and children for your Boots, Shoes, j Jeans; JSIankeJSi els, Those ladies or gentlemen needing a Fair outfit can be accommodated' between Yours Respectfully, now and then, so come early and get choice. &v gold rings, go to Martin. Collnr'nnd Cud' Buttons ntMartin. A lull line of books and Stationery at Williams, Bell & Co's. Wo nre selling lots of Shoes. Caiwon & Co, For best watch repairs, tiu. go to Mur- Ilnrdinsburg, Saturday, Oct. 8th. Cloverport, Saturday, Oct.8tb, at night, Irvington, Monday, Oct. 10th Speaking at lp.ni, 'j mr TAYLOR CO. .(H i , .1 ill tltiil) I ' . Hartford Kepublican FRIDAY, Sl'TrJSMliKK 31), SHINKLE CHAPEL. Sept. who has been in our midst for some time has returned to hid home nt vis-itin- WHEN YOU GO TO CAM. ON 0WENSB0R0 ll Uncle Isaac Hudson, Cnl-boo- n. PRES1D ENT IAL OAil P A I G N 0 F '92. GRAND IXDl'CKMKNTS TO RKADKRS OK 1W2. JETNAVILLE. g Mr. Floyd Baize and Miw Sue MilMinnie Atchison, ofCalhoon, is ler were nurriuil in ltoelqmrt, lnd., A. G. relatives in our vicinity. There were no objec- Wcller hns moved to Mrs. Mnitha last Sunday. tions to their marriage only went Ward's farm. away for the trip. May joy antl hapMis. Ijiicllit Her, who has been visever he theirs piness iting her sister, near Sulphur Springs, A couple of men becamo intoxicatHummer llosi-ne- tt has returned home. cider and ued each ed with made a Hying trip to Calhoou last They had week. other up pretty badly. Eddie Stewart and Charlie been Iriends previous to this and the Shaver went to Rosinc last Saturday fight would not have occurred hail returning Sunday. the two men been sober. We failed and Miss Annie Knbcit Webb to learn their names. Woodwaid attended the Siiudav Miss Harrison, who has been ijuitc ii,,,,,) Convention at McIIcniy last, sick with typhoid fever, is much im- - ' .Satnnlny. (loon Chick. proved ami will soon he well. Dr. Feiiuer'-- i Salt liiiouiu Oii'l-inu- iit Miss Reynolds, who was supposed is th'j "ir.-a-ii lest mo licitio m'ur to have very suddenly disappeared uiadu by man." For nil skin erupsome time ngo troin Owensboro. i not dead but liveth. Sho had only gone tions. Warranted tosutisfy or ninn-o- v ntuinul. Kin's il,) ti v I..IJ llo.in. on n visit to friends and relatives in the state of Illinois, and by some mis Mlllnl. Vllnl.li l.vl HI M It lllil III 111 I..!' take took the wiling tuiiii and mi in , hiiini'", nml nil wnimm i. I'liin In niMlT'iit" .ii IhiIiIi- :it .. about two d,is Lite iiMcliing Iht It U.niiflillltill A III". tinatioii. We me icli.ilily iufniim-- i i'u': . . that Mi-- s Reynold- - will iviurn m her, V' lln.ttn'. Iri.ii IMuom. parents when her vir.it is I'mUlie I. IMO.iil.,n, hi ..liming it. All krSuvi.!i.jii..K, untie. otnu;-- b Our sclin.il is Mill umviiiK on grand has truilt' iiiiirkiiiiiUTiv.Jii',llliu"ijnunipivr ly. In a few days we are In enjoy a ot M'liiuil euleriiiiiiiiieiit, g iliills and songs, recitations, I I -I ii--i- C. Theo-Cain- , H a ivTv&v THE REPUBLICAN oly HA & ffl ansftrf?t mixZ'- - i'tif) MMII V w ArlMH." Vjf .. I! St " , j- & & t m? Tho Presidential Campaign will bo tbo most intensely interesting and exciting in the history of tho roiled States, and country people will bo anxious to bnvoall the neueral and political news and discussions of tho day as presented in a National Journal, in addition to that smmlicd r,sso',os-.s,srsx33 For the finrtl mid MM Arlintlc Work, by thuir own local jiapor. To meet this want wo have entered into a Fredmca St. , belwen , conlract with tho rt.ii size or ntyle. Gm37 3rd .....I 4th. ('ommemsil Hotel, CKXTI5AL CITY, KY. R. 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IU in in U.:il 1111 p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p. Ill vj"fKxr.irjsK s" iitiiiwfJhttmK !hl, l.linln n l.vW .tin I Mnn' m. in. in. in. in. in. in. in ll..Vip in. Dealer iu Horses, Hcgjjiesi, ( 'arriaijes, lio.ul -- (.'art- -, Owiuisluiro Wayons. time-- IJ'.iiii. X.i.m, in in rwifut. HtlMiMi ilh li ' tl.lllvUtiod In iJi pi t. It hI'I l.f'iMli'.iPrrit llm'dt'f pMNMiarnt', jr tli i ilif tuiiivH ti im of trtih vl ttc. It tuui" ii taimuii turvfiil "t mail l'"iwj.l And a tl.ki It IkifjMan In will imt t.i win iv it l li ml) vhimm niftnv tlttirntiil nmtirjr, Iiiih utrr. t ii itt.''i to Iiv for iIm If nmti I u'li itMcMm' Ihi&iiI H'lviratt I miJ .ir r .1 U f'T tUtt r t 1 r (ull (urttfulaii AtMti'M nivnUrn' nl. it'in Hvt. mii, A tint liiiniit and nmlU Mitt. tth-- l fnrntOittl I'odiltinitloM ( ilihT Ulfll IM'l tt li i p. tl ft t'Ni J3?"addle or IIarue-.- llnre? for ale or liiro at all , uia A. J. SLATON, M. D., .. llindeioon Mmtlrlille dwelt.1"!!! I.ii-Hirt 7 hull. l'n. in, I Iiu'y .1: I EAST STROUDSQURC, PA. CO fl va Physician & Surgeon, .. 7.17 it. 27 it. in. in. 1'p. ai J7 p. in. 4.'Ji p in. A Child Iu a Printing Office. . Hm'Ii.iii.'i-- Who g that man who is looking so hard at the piece of paper? He is the intelligent compositor. Why does he hold the paper so close to his eyes? Because the correspondent who wrote What is he say it makes mg? He is saying, " I can't make out this tufl." AnJ who is the other mau goitig to the case? That is the hat does he want? furious foreman. He is going to help the intelligent jiirrwi:i:x compositor to decipher the LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, Do you tbiuk he can doit? I don't WITH . kuow; he cau do most anything, but PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars I guess it will be too much ibr him. FltOM AND "10 Now I see another man coining; what .iiisvii.i.i:,.Mi:.iiiiiis,vi'KNiirit is he going to do? That is the precise IIATUX ItKJi:,illl(l 'KV oiti.ii.wr, tin JlrinjililN. r; lie is going to cast his to see jhe Qujck eagle eye over tho and Qesirable Route heu-trac- ks. hen-trackproof-readeben-trac- feS to asij roi l."iii-villu Ciiu-iiiiint- l Fonnorl of Millwood, now locate I nt l.oitch. field, otters hie iirole-moier leei to tho people Or.n on n J iillninuic counties. Ottico in .Illy (tlie Dr. Itinlen prnperti,) Ar I'- HnwcMlle t'loirrporl Mepliniipoit Inimitnii lli.nnliiil in Wc- -t iii. !M'.a. in. luulii. in. ll.o-Jii- 'huh. ftu'ip.in. Mop. lir ,'.57 p. p. 7.0.' p. 7.11 p. T. ID 1'iiiH. in. i:l'i l.'ii; .' Il.'i.i. in, in, in. in. in, in, "7"IIL,I,Iu.3is'0ur SDOES THE FINEiT AND CIIEAPESTS Qcni's Phacten, o. ROOMY, q Point - intke (niiiiM'iHiii at mill li lie- - on l.imi-- . hihI li. It., Mix, llm ! laiiiml, l'i.r liiiiln'1 iiilmniitioii, uililn 1 l.iimillf iiu rn. p. in. I.mip, in. p. in. liii'ip. in, I" '' ii'l Nil. i Initutini i CM A nt BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stock of host modern Plows, and all kinds of FarmHorse-shoein- g II.C. lin.li ml Moninrh, Mimiil'l-:- . i.ui. 1'ii'r Ijj't. 1.011'rMll.', Kj. ELEGANT, flr-sii- i'rc. '.'.( iirii o.VU'e.i'rei l 11 OWENSBOa) NATIONAL SANK U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. ing Implements on hand. .F. H. Call on him. nur f forcitalocuri.f line nf iml to WILLIAMS. BEAYKIt Daji, Ky. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, III. wheretheylcadto. ' HICKORY GROVE. -- We have just closed a very success. full meetitig at this place. The meet- -' ing continued one month, and notwithstanding they were very buy, the interest commenced with the meeting mid continued to mcrea-- e all the tune. Men that bail gone tar in cm iruve their hearts to Oo.l and were hapily converted, a great deal nt'prej udice broken down, eighteen convert ed, many reclaimed, a piaver meeting urguuied and God's cbildren goinj: ... ..,t. '... tl... i.l.u-- nP in hi,l..r lU'n'y, Ki.vtr H.vitiiinT. New Yurk l'lilliidulnliin Baltimore Wimlilinjtiw .Norfolk (II I'olnt Oaitort itlulmiiiiid IliiO'alii Cluvoliind Tnloiln CliicnK 1ii(IIiiiiiiki1Is Enstorn and Northeastorn Points mid .Memplil. VickiitiiirK Ilnlnii Kmic ers a ii (I o ii ii t ry Merchants a Specialty. Inferos, paid on time deposits Solicits your business LAWSON RENO, 275,000. $Accounts of FarmCashlor Security For Deposits CoaCLrLesrcia-- l BETfEK 1 ECotel OxensliorO HLlii !i5 kT" KNOWN AS THE i rAL.MiiM Newly 0 A T T A" "i T 'N dUUbt. tllltV, iiriln ou DO YOI' V I.1ST TO M 'iill.iiii li nii'l liiiiifH Hiii'iil tlfrh Ihmii nfi'iilttiriMiiiil iiictin-iiii- tn nil out 1'if iihiiiI ilim,jnt cii'l mil' tiii'.'iil- - iiihI r '(ii eh iii of in iiiinii, nml niKr nilltil iIr.mh JtKHUM., whit li iirlll ml, nil mi llililf iHMltliflll i iijiiiiK httliiiiijiiii li tie li nl Cut in in) tiil.ijitucli nnn niiiiili. i I'niitiiiiM IiiiihIm' N nt li td i4 mini !.il!- - anil i iitli'iiiiMi iimiliiicoiii .)niu,r .a il iln if if a nun cr ilini' of wuiii in Mini h in lint rnii,i uk r Iht niiit) lieir'tlii uol'li iin iniitiiint, i'lri - lliMir - lloll-to- ll -l.iolll l'i, Mill, llntl'll, ln.h'l ,w ly. MiM. ! Meals 25c- Famished. Rates $1-0per day. East ide Krcderica, between Main and tbe Hiver, Owensboro, Ky. MJtS. Ull AH. HOJy,MJlS.G.K WILLING If. U1, Props. New Orleiitic Muliilc l.ittlii Hook Hot .Spring and uints In WVst Twine-fe- n Ti'xii" LiiuUinnn Arl.Hti-ii- " .MIUipil :iml tho Smith and & SOUTH WKST. Tin- - Iii e is thnriMiglil.v ii j iij.cd nml in uxiiil. lliit ftiif- - I'uiiilitloii, hik! .irnviitu-ii- ii d ' i. i" jKjUIS f ri k:,n5 r, S ' "? !'" lent A mi l KKAit'HK in tiinn mid tlnnuvli riir' tli" tiinr iiinl I'diixi'iilrin-ii fiucd 'M.Y A b.v iln- - J.imit-i- i IMHWl-U- Kxiin-i-iI Trtiin. (..illi'Villll ' WrM.Ol Sirir.lt t'liri')ll. NoM uith SI,ll..l,'.VItl,,.rl.iiii,....iii.., li .. Wlllll' l.lllllllA 11". i I..'-i- .. nn MIIIM'. Ill UK Hllil .Mi'lliplli. I'l.il tllij. Ili'rt llllil illlli'Klrl .I'rvlm ln'twi'i'ii Hit' iw I'itii'i'i'vir I'lli'i't'il and .ill ilixliiiliiilnriirt TicktcrinifTaMi" In .1 II. 'I Irlieiior lion xi'iirtd t AK 'in i JM'ii rr iriiiii . m . , , , ; Mi v, II J. i A mwx SURE j YEUJ--k m c p.a0a d. Nt'iciittinill) treiii.Il.x mi iiiiii-- i i.t v.ihMmi l)tlM Utilu ntt'il utiil Oflttllt H'pllt Itlnll. nil r nil tntiMih. 'iili ilt l tM'iii -- " In " ) t tin- othiT tn'Jitiiif hi- - hnw Imh'tf. IIiw the iIUIh iilt iiji tti'h'il uh'l the tMii- - i nn.i .l.inll r titxd )l lilltd H.li .Hl'l II) C'iK'Hlilt"tUlll t life ll mil mi limit uHph in iilnl lit , Hi iaBi fc" tlii'itiui II. DIUVEI!, .Manager. Oiii.Hite Citv Scales. Kep.iinn"; ami Wc do work iHcbeapai anybody, tjimlity dniie promptly, (iive us a call. IHlOtillCS I'KO.M $:."i HI. reiiainting ly r.n IMS. . iTUM:, im I II 'I'm urn i. I. I Nuh. ci CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. tnr ili.W .. 0 tfitr aa UJU.'iU r II ! innil In II ii i.ikinKii,i - ll II lilllUU.IlttU " . filiii ir I fblll III" Illtt'Jttl.lUiCl llll mil I .M.uuiiiiirM.i'i'iiBrrji alaa...,,, nv.TSXlT iiZ.Ci:.; ".' j.yy j and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR 'to.fBf.ucig, H I III till iii Villi wliuli'tlmi' In iln' I"' inillllil) i) iiii'iihii-iii.iIiIiIi". ll'il-- l' iK nml Pi'i-- Ji.Ui nml Minn Kt., lix liiiimiil, Vn. liijul .ilii. .r Mi iiih'Ii II. I. JOI1.NSOX A- - 'U nun Nnn' zif iiiiiiiii film mnvn. (iiillllnl'niinili'lphla II I.N UaffKrMlioNeH.Ii.llK r Aaitr1 - Ml.' Imlil'iilii urilii- - lllill'"'t l.'illli' I'm I.. llilln nml , it hIIht IiiiIIki'IIiiii, lM.Mnli, ""J K'ImI nt uiMkm (lll'llil ilin ll'lll'll'll Kill Iril IU Will. III. 5lilllllil 1.1 l'l .Mill ill lli'llllll L a, DR- - JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT rnLL""'''"--'-';"'!- i'' nml ll-illillnii- -. Jl.'i, it Mll.li.'il. lii Kli'i'lrli- - Tru-o- ii !" 11 mil 1I11I In ciiil iiiul (iiiiiiiiiiti i'il In l.i- -t Iit ii'iim, A ll'lt l nml llii'in. I'nti lllii irnii to ln k. Tun .Mi'illiMliuhlrc. Wril t.i-.- i). Itiili iiimhliiiil, nml innil Jjf lllil LUL fMl'll-I - I" Inil Mil "lllliTflnlll I.IHTill.i'i'. Illii'iim i, .1 Iln ll"i,ljilji,iiiii llli'll-lll- N. W.AVRR A SI.. ou'iiutlH.rlztilOLcnt' I A.nl- - iililcd. 'll.il lull uiliiulil. ,ililrcH lilt. .11 III). Ili'trull. Mh'li. TEE HE CO HI: DHOEEN - Bv the Prcdicsl Lino of Hats and BoBinels ever seeii in Owensboro, Ken dicky. f l Everyone who sees our line of Millinery and Dress Goods say they arc the prettiest they have ever seen. Imported Pattern HATS and BONNE !S on exhibition a week before and during- the Fair. politely show you through. 'TE4 "J 't It costs you nothing to see them, and our sales-ladie- s will All the latest Fabrics in Dress Wear. V Qup Stock We will be closed Oct. 1, of Holiday. on-Saliirda- never was as Large and Complete before. Souvenirs to each purchaser. y, on-uccount A. MJEWY 115 E. Main St., Owensboro, Kentucky.