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I ROGERS, Publisher. ornciAL organ or the partv in the fourth congressional district, REPUBLICAN TSRMS tl.25 Per Annum, In Advance. $1.25 per year. ?nfl & VOL. Y. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. tcllect in politics is being vigorously TOWN TATTLER and instructively dHcussed by several of the prominent journal? of Eng- Bobs up Serenely, as it woro, land, In that country, ns in tho from His Long Silence United States, there nppears to be a and Showers Forth Moro general distrust of a scholar as a polthan twoColumns ot Good lution, mid there, ns hero, the feelReading Matter. ing seems to be justified by the fact that the scholars do not excel in the It was some great man who said waj of bringing practical results to years ago: "Young ninii, go West," pas. The trouble lies in confounding mid like all those who respect the adintelligence with education, when it vice of ago and experience, n certain often happens that thoy do not go to- goodlookiug .Hartford fellow is doing gether. A man whose faculties have his best to follow this instructions been developed anil disciplined by he goes ns far West as Central City college training should bo able, in the almost every two weeks. n a Uf re of things, to deal more skillfully mid effectively with political affairs A reward worthjjt least as much ns than ono who has not had that advan- its value will be' given to the man, tage, supposing both to possess the woman or child who will send us the same natural endowment; but wc name of that fellow who is funnier, know that this is not always, or even who has a witinicr disposition, who has unusually the case. Now and then made more friends in the same length u scholar proves to bo a successful of time, who can spin more comical politician, but these instances arc ex- yarns, who can smile harder and who ceptions, nml the coneliKion is una- is an better fellow than voidable that a good collegiate edu- Fred liiiruch. cation is not in itself n valid test of Vs intellect or fitness for public service. A visitor recently within our gates This may or may not be due to the remarked to oue of our smoothest facdefects in tho methods of education. ed bachelors that in his town there Tho fact is undeniable, nt any rate, was u bewitching who and it is not to be wondered at that would, no d.iiibt, make n first-clathe people find in it a reason for helpmate: "That may be so,'' redoubting the utility of what is rep- turn ked tho bachelor, with a nod of resented to be a siirpnsing advanhis head and a peculiar expression on tage. If learning docs not qualify n his countenance, "but" said he, "I man to play satisfactory part in believe in patronizing homo iustitu- of isues of gencrnl tions; a Hartford the is good interest and importance, then it fails enough for me," and ho smiled u little to answer the best purpose in popular and blushed and looked like he was estimation, however desirable and drcauiiii': beneficial it may be on any account. . Th re is really not the smallest There is not in Hartford an organireason, as one of the English pazation that adds sweeter joys to life, pers says, for supposing that a knowlthat is more loved for its labor and edge of the chf-dc-or higher mathe- around whose members cling the well matics will help a man to political wishes of more hearts than that band success, "any more than a pretty taste of noble young men who now and in blue china." The things learned then go forth into the solitude of naat college are largely theoretical, and ture's sleep to dispense the sweetness theories count for nothing when they of the midnight serenade. Oft when antagonize actual (nets. It is not true, nestling in tiie aniH of morpheas, the as the scholar is taught to believe, sweet maid is aroused by gentle strains that the domain of politics is gov- ofnngelie harmonies and is made to erned by rigid and relentless Calvinrealize that thought dear to all hearts, still remembered mid still ism of scientific precepts and prece- 1 am dents. When he undertakes to ap- loved. Oft when the cares of life call ply his scholarship according to that from the rest that nature would sugunderstanding, he quickly discovers, gest, the business man or the student as the average voter would say, that sitting by his low burning lamp feels ho "is not in it." His theory is dis that he, too, is not forgotton, and lismusic ho loves so well, credited and his calculations arc tens thwarted by influences that ho has floating out on the stilly night from It is not possible for beneath his window. not considered. Long live tho him to play the game as his rules pro- jolly eerenudcrs. vide. He is amazed to find that the masses arc iuditlerent to forms of It was one Sunday last summer and wisdom which he regards with uwo the passenger train on the and reverence! The situation is not N.N.AM. V. railroad was thundering at all what ho expected, lie is on beween Be.iverDain mid Louisville at every step by tho interven- that n very old and feeble lady was tion of foices mid tendencies that noticed among the passengers. She his chart ot oppcrntioiis does not was very nervous ami seemed anxious The logic of tho books is to reach her destination, moving curiously dissapointing to him in the nervously about in her seat and asking those about her where an unknown seiHC that it seems to have been intended for other contingencies than station was and how long before it those by which he is coiifrontcd;liis diwould bo reached. No one could ploma stands for :i sort of equipment tell what station she wanted, as her that is sadly futile just where it should ticket called for Spring Lick and sho be potent anil decisive. He is preknew nothing of that place. Tho conditions, and conductor, who was none other than pared to meet id-- al tho obstinately conditions that gentle, popular and accommobo to idealied for his dating gentleman, J. Connors, of Tno fact is that Louisville, tried to learn from her accommodation. he has obtained his information at conversation what tho name of the second-han- d. Ho does not know the station was, but without avail. Ho men with whom ho comes in contact. stopped ut Spring Lick called up the That is to say, he does not under- crowd on the platform and asked if stand human nature, mid such a draw- any of them knew her, but no one back is fatal in polities. lid. So ho took heron up the rond and It will not do to fay that this im- on tho way hu still tried to assist tho good old lady to recall the place plies the absence of proper opportunity for intellect to make itself felt. which ho had evidently forgotten. Tho troublo is that tho intellect which She finally said something about the scholar brings to benr in the enso Spring Station and he at one concludis of thu kind defined bv the latest ed that she wanted to go to Grayson Sure enough when the dictionary as "tho sum of nil tho cog- Springs. nitive faculties except sense." Ho train pulled into that little place, the has theories and statistics in plenty at friends of the aged ono were therefor ng his tongue's end, but no practical her, ready to thank tho his kindness. knowledge. The men who lack his conductor for scholastic proficiency,nnd yet manage to excel him, :ire acquainted with tho Not many mouths ngo a young details of the work in whieh they are man from n country town cnlled at engaged. Thoy have studied current one of the largest business establish" events and living pcoplo more than ments in the Stnto's metropolis mid askbonks, mid tho result is that they subed to sco tho manager and was refered ordinate abstract id' us to concrcto to an elderly gentleman in tho oppoTheir methods site end of thc'buildin,'Oii approach" and niatcrinl facts. arc adapted to the conditions that re- ing, tho young fellow found the old ally exist, and not to imaginary fac- gentleman, if such ho might he called, tors mid occasions. They uro men of being from nppcaranco nbout fifty-fiv- e intellect, as much as if they wcro or sixty, in somewhat an uningraduates of tho best colleges, only viting state of niiad. Ho was suptheir faculties uro not drilled to ideal erintending various mutters, among uses. Wo know thoy aro capable of others was the sweeping out. This performing the highest service, in did not ut all suit him and very harshspite of their lack ot classical educa- ly demanded the broom and then ot proceeded to givo a lesson in tion. Tho greatest American modern times Abrnliuui Lincoln to the Bwceper, who was a was one of them; and there uro numeek looking man of about thirty. merous other examples in our history. Thoy aro men who never inuko This being through, tho gentleman tho mUtako of thinking that they aro turned his attention to another young in another world than that of actual man who had como in previously, and life. Tho people aro pleased with them very gruflly demanded what he want and led by thorn because they uro exed, when tho young fellow produced perts in tho art of molding circuiu stances to bystemnlie and advanta- a bill whivh he presented very politegeous conclusions. Thoy do not look ly. The gontlcmnn took it, glanced upon pontics ns u science, strictly nt it mid flung it insultingly nt the . m- -i ,.., Vfir ,liMf)r1v tnlil Biwuit. lib', uui uiujr vnlin nevortliotcss, ana mat is tno true test never to bnug a bill pust tho of merit, after all, for systems as well 1 desk, which was near the center of the as for individuals. d post-mistress ndjii-tment post-mistre- ss -to-thi East-bound sur-lri-ed com-piehen- d. o good-lookidirt-shov- ing NO. 11. x iKlBl WASHINGTON. Affairs Around tho Nation's Capital. IWilcntV f;oiri( to Oct. New Yoik next week, to take part in the Columbia Celebration is ftill a mutter of ilonbt, mid dependent upon tliceonditlon ot Mrx. IlnnUnn, wliieli U rather unfavorable this week. If the President eannot go he will Vice President, Morton, to tnko his place, anil all the members of the Cabinet have promised to attend. 8.--re-iii- nt houso nml nt which a clerk was seated who looked very much more like a mnn than did his emThen camo tho country ployer. joker's time to be frozen and . il was dono in short order, for ho hnd already seen enough to chill him through and through. After ho had stated his business and had received the usual treatment he departed, feeling that ho had cither been iu tho presence of a bear or a man without kind-hearte- self control or a human ice-be- rg. it i;. i v the South remains solid, which is very doubtful, where can the Democrat get the other lil electoral votes that They canthey limit have to win? Ijin fMr.ul.M'. not get them, that's all thcie is about it, and Mr. Cleveland is doomeil.'' Gen. Hobart thinks that a fair eleci tion in New .Jersey will give thatState ' tt j rv" , I JX J to tho Kepublicans by at least 1,000, and as .Jer.-o- y City, where mint of the fraudulent voting has Jiccii done, N now under Republican control the chances are m lavorof a fair election. , Secretary, Charles Foster, lolt here U i .J'v it y u IS THE BEST. upon a tiip combining cam(E!MwH:M(SiwiKMwiiijKo.oif paigning with recreation that will last He starts the until election day. . iii-l"io..iifOR5AUtEr campaigning with a speech Vi at a big Republican rally nt Frederii. a. Loi:ii:i;tvn., Then ho w'.II go ick, Maryland. D.mlor.-- , to the Catskill-1- , and on the 11, iut., CLEVELAND, O. will make a speech at Gouverneur, !! Id Stijn riur St. On the l'ith he will New York. meet as many of the member of the Cabinet as can attend in New York City to participate in the Columbus Day Celebration. From there he will goto Black Lake for a few tin v? then to Ohio and work, nigh and day, until the campaign closes. Speaking of the situation, before leavGilEAM ing hero, the Secretary said: ''I think the President will be in fact there has never been any YEARS FOR doubt in my mind upon that point. Has led all Worm Romodios. So far a the Grcduun influence is EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEE!. concerned I Know but very little, SOI n KV I'.YWIII HP. -)Vrr ' 'HiUill iT'lull'ti.tn.it-T.OllS- . Indiana is usually a Democratic State, except in Presidential years, although 1 believe thu Democrats have ..ITISA m T ynii nnprnnrarirnnil fnni-I- once in a while carried it oven then. In irrl lltn lii't iilui lor )iir nioiir). I.rniioiolo In )our lootiirnr to iiurcliiiNliiff I.. Iloutillli Mioo. Hhli It ilia However, tho olm-- friends of the PresmiIiik iik lliuuanud ln'l liBllly. lur iiiiirx uakvil. lriiNrnt Mill ident, from Indiana, men who would ,$3.00 not hesitate to tell him the exact sitii' $2.50 ation, say that he is sure to carry it. S2.00 The Republicans will carry both New Pi fOIIUDIES $2.00 York and Connecticut, and with them, I $1.75 $2.25 of course, a majority of the votes in ' FOR BOYS V &9 nn electorial college.'' $1.75 ""..(HP'V A smile went around niuoug the sl iCHllisk: T')fesIISCtr Republicans when tho Democrat be" gan to shout because of f ho announcement that Judge Cooley, of Michigan, would vote for Cleveland CENTFLEEN. Mr. Cleveland, when Piesident, apTHE BEST SHOE Itl THE VVOPIO FOR THE MONEY. orvtif OTIIKIt M'l.ClAl.Tir.S Hi ruatwi-athu mimo l.lpli Rrmli', nml rcpreai lit n nuinoy tuuui pointed Judge Cooley u member of fur U)otil HjoinUirharRMl. N that uaiuu ami tho Interstate Conuneieo Commission, tirlco uro eraiupi il on liottniii of rmMi alio TA ii i: Ml Ml llsTITI'Ti:. , I., lluuuliii., lliuil.iuiii lllima, SoM tiy nml the Jtidgo has already voted for Mr. Cleveland, certainly m 1888, and UOCKER & TABOR, limine, Ky. probably in 1881. Another broad smile greeted tho column letter of Wayne- McVeigh, who becnusoof his of the old Repubbeing the lican stalwart, Simon Cameron, was Mnrkd tlio Opciiini; of tlin taken into President Garfield's CabiFALL ami WLNTKUTHADE. net as Attorney General, explaining why ho should vote for Cleveland, n Wo oiler lor your an explanation entirely unnecessary, because nobdoy eared n brass button how he intended to vote. Of New nml DoMmlile Goods at Pocasoiialjlo Prices Quito a number of Democrats who Very attended tho Convention of tho Na-at tiii: tional Association of'DomocraticClubs in New Yink this week, arc at present hi Washington, but tho nfliiir was such n fizzle, tho attendance, notwithIMl'OUTEI.) SUITINGS standing oilers of freo transportation, From tho fUhion jontr(s ofKiirnpe. freo board and freo whisky, being AMKKICAN FA151UCS h of what had been up about In now anil beautiful patterns. to a f'ow weeks ago expected, that EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS It thoy do not euro to talk about it, In full nml winter novelties. is said that moro than half of theso who woro tho bluo badges of distant Our 11111110 on im.v I'iii'Iiiikii iiiraiiK states were men from tho small towns BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices near New York, hired for tho occn. 0,000 Fall and Winter sion, in order to inako u show. It was becnuso of tho small nttcudnncu Cloaks, ''Latest Styles, that tho street parade hud to bo aban$3.o0 to.$00 each. doned. Thoso things speak in thunCo der stones of tho lethargic condition of tho Dcmocrrtio party, 2!8 Fourili A v., Louisville, Ky. . . inrr-amuiii-vi. ran h (HHir i.iin thW iiiiiIIi Ino IM'O of i liiilur. Ii3 i f ii lirllio Il.vt renil llifi I rt tt InJ- - Miice I3.'ind t l't r h ,i .c, ii i'f uiu I limit nil. In. lit KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, ill. ,Solilliylnny;lliiit-- l prrlloillc. 0 for 85 llaWtU I rl I D National Committeemen, Clarkton, of Iowa, and llo'mrt, of Now Jersey, left their ilutien at hcsuhiunrtere this d.. kottleaMtcntiandJlCO, week long enough to hold several highly important political conferences hi."'3 m in Washington, among them one with jmi: 17'? w the President and another with SecBhhwfv retary Charles Foster. They brought '5 ? V cheering news of tho campaign. Gen. Clarkeon cays New 1 ork is certain to give its electorial voles to Harrison n ttt lVorrat I'omi, and Ueid, mid that there is a good Ijif. 0 Vila., lire., "88. Itwr. .1. O. llngeri ouciie lor tho follow Ins: lighting chance in both Connecticut Jnuiol llouney, lio km auIturluK from Villi. that the recent Daticolu Ita wont form for nbout joita, wna and New Jerr-ev- ; Hltliout enoct, twitcl by aotornl puyatclnna a change of sentiment in favor of the bjttle uf l'aatur Kootil h'crvo 'loulo tu lilui. curixl Hepulilicuns in Wisconsin, brought by TiitcN. Jto, March 2. int. Myilnurthtcr win tukon with aitnlopay Ln Spooner's splendid and about 3 or I joura ol.I, wo trll illlfirint campaign, has made that nggrei-sivttTcct. It la now About but without yiftra rva alnctt alio Im; in litkltii! l'MBior Knonlrf a State certain; that Minnesota and Tnnle nint alio Im. not ha4 oil uttiick of thedia (I, HUI. 111.11. cuiaoalncu Unit tlnu Iowa have already placed themselves O KT MAttr'a. Ky., (Vt. 7, 1W. in the certain column, and that all I hereby teallfy tint l',i!Uit KoenliJ'e Ncrya ToMnctiro.1 n plrl of niv cutiRnvntliin of ht, information received from the of alo plnaa-in- t. the ltua lliilisc, itiul a tnarrli-lli: . 1'OL,. 1 l.KMON 1'. D.ikotas and Nebraska favor Jtepuli- A tituihln lloolc ,omi Norn "Even in thine States. V IMfj fj IU c.i-nr .iroa. lican success wtit lieo Colda, Coajai,Bora Throat, Crop.Infl,ien tt, whooping Comb, Bronchltil and Aitbmn, A ccit.In cure for Comumptloa In flnt tUget. and aura rtlitf In adranc.d atijrta. Did at once. You will if" tho txetlltnt effect after taring tha Sold by dralira eTtrywb.ua. Linra frit - It Cura Four or five years ago a well known citizen of Hartford was in Cicinnatti. He was with some congenial spirits, and they all, by tho way, had taken unto themselves spirits of a vivifying nature, and finally the conversation had drifted to poetry. They were quoting from their own verses when some boistrous fellow, who had been let into the fold, otherwise cultivated, remarked to the Keutuckian that the latter had nothing but borrowed verses and that he had no poetic fang whatover.being only a shallow-pate- d Keutuckian. The latter did not take the matter unkindly ns Kcntuckiuns sometimes do, but mnde the proposition to the tough, that hc(thc agree to make n rhyme in tweutyminutesthat would please the others present, or he would set up the first "old Kentucky" to the crowd, otherwise tho tough would do so. The latter agreed. Kcntuck- ia'u asked the what his name was and being told that his name was Stark, called for a piece of paper ami in ten minutes was ready to read his production. Herc'il is: bar-kee- per -- 1 4 tion, was the first to step up nud nsk PROFESSIONAL GAUD. for his mail. The-firs-t thing ho re. ceived was a bundlo that looked very ATTORNEY AT LAW, suspicion; the next wns a bundle and - KENTUCKY. the next und the next. The girls hnd HARTFORD, sent back his letters. Ho begun to JAH.g.nlf-NNJ. 9, ft. wrtMa grow red, then white nml blue, then the order would be reversed. The girls began to titter mid the boys to HARTFORD, KY. laugh outright. Some of the bundles (Ofilcr. over Anttcrnoii Ilnmur.) ... Il'lll l,F..,.. l.nl .. 'ihi"iimi 1. hu .1 rnurn o were numbered, sonic hud crape on iviiii It nit; ..in Ohio nml Adjoining counties nn.l ntirt r AppenlN them, others hnd, "you wretch!" Hrwi ml .ill uttnn ninii in collcrllon, tJni-Jlpainted in big red letters. Still they were handed out until tho poor fel3"ame3 .A- -. Sna.itH, low's hat, pockets nnd nrms were full, nndhe leaned up close to tho delivery winder and gasped, "I'll bring a HARTFORD, KY. In Ohio wheel-barro.around for tho rest nml the court of Appeal.. s.ccl about an hour after dark. Have 'em nttenlion Riven toeollerlloDa. Oflleo north ante public square. v3 7It piled out on the pavement nnd a boy to watch 'em. Don't give mo nwny," II. I). OUKKV. H. I). KINGO. and ho dashed out of the oflico and G-uff3z wns out of sight in n minute. He looks sick now and is said to be inclined to melancholy. What became Will nnutioe In nil eotirt. of Ohio .lniUdjoining nml Court nf of the letters? He stored them nway rountiex, nml In Supener Court lminea ntlemleil nml nil legnl in two or three dry cellar about town to. Ollne, Ho, a."l i:. Murki I tllurlfonl, Ky. and has since sold them to a waste paper establishment iu Cincinnati. Thoy ATTORNEY AI LAW, will be shipped by water on the first boat up Rough River after she puts on K:"ST. a full suit of slack water navigation. J. "Edwin Eowe - - iim-i- i Attorney at Law, w an.U.ljoln-Ingcounli- y Attorneys at Law. Eingo, Perry Weslerfield SAETPOED, 12. 12. imill-cin- .1 c lu-l- "rtfl pjitt-ti- al-- n granting," said CScii.f lark'-on-, "that iEWHQME 5&ihe Wli-J.-silf w (' Agents anted! "'vred.ca.iiig1. All brusque and fussy inipuNo of these days of false impressions would rate down nil as 'worthless 3E3Ly. because ono is unworthy. As if thero (Offloo in CroHiler IlulMing.) Will prattle hia III nil the courts ol were no motes in sunbeams, or Ohio nml ailiolnlnj counllia. Almi Notary viiinwiy comets among stars, or cataracts in I'ulillc peaceful rivers, because ono remedy professes to do what it noer :m:. Xj. IHIeavrirL, was adapted to do, aro all romodios ATTORNEY AT LAW, worthless? Because ono Doctor lots his patient die, tire all humbugs? Court ol "Mr. Stark, you are no shark, counlic, It requires a fino eye and a finer Ohionnilmljolnlng Attention nml In Ihu Court of But a sincere, clever fellow; Appeals. Sjietlnt alien tocollcetlon. You givo us drink, which 1 do think, brain to discriminate to draw tho Office, oicr Wltllnni", Hell Co'n ilnwtore. h nice and mellow. differential lino. "They say" that Dr. Pierces Gol(Jive, did I say? Why you make us den Medical Discnvory und Dr. PierI'11)' -- ' The very highest price, ce's Favorite Prescription hao cured For on each drink we pay I think thousands. "Thoy say" for a weak What others wet for twice. system there is nothing bottter than But then your goods bring pleasant the "Discovery' and that tho "Favmoods, orite Proscription" is thu hope of the And glorious entertainments; Are rare and nice, well worth the debilitated, feeblo women who need a restorative tonio and a bracing price, And saves you from arraignetnents." nervine. And hero's tho proofTry one or both. it don't help It was such a happy hit that the crowd cheered heartily and not only you, tell tho World's Dispensary OFFICE OVER RED FRONT made the loser set up, but made him Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. '4 set a fiue supper for the whole crowd and yo'i get your money back again. Is prepared to do all kinds of a at the most fashionable restaurant m Dental work at reasonable prices. Right You Are. the city. Rosine, prnri-.alo- Attorney at Law, Hartford. Ky, Jf DENTIST. . .oiiixMlleTriilli. fish-iii- WHITE'S ViniSlME 20 I) most facinating iu trouble, almost despair. You sec he prides himself upon the number of sweet scented envelopes he can get through the mails, or in other words, upon how many young ladies he can charm with a correspondHe doesn't enro for the girls ence. it's only the letters he is after. It seems to bo a mania with him. You can sec him nltnusl any evening after school limns sauntering towards the postorfice and then after be has received his prizes goes down tho street with them so conspicuously displayed as to make all the other boys turn Ho has succeeded green with envy. udmirabley iu his undertaking and Ono of is Hartford's dudes $5.00. 3.50if Mtn,r: Mts5 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE SEPTEMBER LAIIGE STOCK mi sm onc-fiit- C.E. Overstreot & wk M Intolloot In Politics. lilolxj llclllOlTllt. ' ' Tv The question of tho valuo of in. J counting that each correspondent has a heart, which may bo doubtful, and that he has them ull, thero wcro unlit ono day lust week fourteen of them dangling at his belt. It is a great deal of trouble and vexation to this young man to keep up bis extensive correspondence, and ho goes ut it in a business-lik- e way, in order not to neglect any and thereby lose one of these precious letters, which, by tho wny, all came on the same day, and like the chills every other day at that. Now he has them number from 1 to 14 so that he writes his replies und etnekes them up in order, addresses the envelopes and stacks them up in like order so that envelope No. 1 corresponds to letter No. 1, etc In this way, on an average, he can write, address and stamp these fourteen letters in just twenty eight minutes. This had gone on for several months, but ntlast there came a frost, a killing frost, mid the dude wus done for. Ho wus making up his mail ono morning before breakfast ami trying to read a dime novel at the sumo time, when by mistake lie chanced to pick up his stuck of envelopes, which were numbered properly, and turns it over, so that when ho went to place the letters iu tho envelopes, instead of IcttcrNo. 1 going into envelope No.l, custom, it as wus its machine-lik- e No. 2 into No. 13; went into No. Not a No. IS into No IU, and so on. single girl received, ot course, the letter intended for her nud all caught mi the racket. Tho result was that on tho very next mail, instead of there as usual, nine being three muil-boIt camo iu. Everybody noticed it. Every was the talk of tho street. merchant, every lawyer, juryman and business man expected more letters than he had received in a mouth. It was soon evident that thoy were mis-- , taken. The oflico was crowded, there were a dozen or moro pretty girls in tho crowd and about tho door, and from sonio cause, the dude, in ques- gs, The daily newspapers publishod a good deal of gush about tho prosonca in Louisville last week of Frank .(mill's, the heartless scoundrel who only a few years ago was n member of tho most notorious gang of outlaws and murderers that ever infested this country. It was "Mr. .lames this" and "Mr. .James that" in theso The- scoundrel newspaper essays. wan written up as if ho wero a statesman or a scholar or some other sort of it distinguished and great man, but no reference was made to bis record us u cruel, ferocious and wanton criminal. Tbis sort of stuff might do for tho Police Gazette, but it i disgusting in respectable newspapers. A inert) lino announcing the fact that Frank .lames formerly of tho .lames gang of inorecemiry train wreckers and outlaws and murderers, had had thu impudence to ciimu to town, would have been sufficient. THAT 1IAIHIX! iiiU-M- I FEEL BRIGHT AND NKW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. Mr Unrtnr any. It act. irentlr on the etomach. Ilttr and k! Ineja, anil la a pleaaut lAiative. Ibl4 drink 1. rnado Iruin nerba, anil la orcpunxl iorlueaaeaallyaa ten Ittacallod THE NEXT MORNING 1W All drugglsta sell It OUATOIt 60c. PLEASflKT $BEfi f 2)p5K Ioucnniiiitirettt,endrouraddresarorrreuaample. Aildii-ajtlur. if. VtOOIIW AUIJ, LAHE'SMEDICINE If at a and f ace. 1.00 pack l.il!UV,.V V. rurnl liy Nliiloh'a Clin-- . UJII Uro. i.iii U ko We Ktnir.intii Nnlil dy .. Wnjiiolirillln.t .ETNAVILLE Oct. !J. On last Saturday night tho Kepublicans of Ellis precinct met iu vEtnavillc for the purposo of organizing n Harrison and Reid Club. Tho mooting wus culled to order by I. S. Chewning, who stated the object ot the meeting. Silas Phillips was made Chairman, and Allen permanent On motion the Brock, Secretary. following resolutions were adopted: Kixoi.VKi), That tho Republicans, uf Ellis precinct, do affirm our allegiance to the great principles of the Republican party as set forth in tho Minneapolis platform, nnd indorse tho administration of President Harrison. Ri:soi.vi:i), That wc condemn the Scperato Coach Dill as passed by the Legislature. It was then agreeded that wc have a flug Allen BrocK, I. S. Chewning and J. II. Sutton wcro appointed aa It was a committe to procure it. moved und carried that the proceedings of this meeting bo sent to tho Thero wcro Hartford ItaruuiJUAX. twenty-eigh- t legal voters names enrolled and more to follow. It was then moved to adjourn to meet again next Saturday uiglit. Auks Uuock, Sec'y, NIIIXOITK llll'im un.l C.iimiinpllo ly nn onAKiiarant?', It cureai-oaiiiiiilon, Sol. I liy Z, Wn)no (irlfllii X Uro. C'uro lupoid OMulueU, ami nil JitahMM 'I m lor Mimrit.iii: ; : om .iiiwe u cpposilu Hie I1 s I'liteiit (lllicc- nml w inn on horn Inih I'uleliK III le. linio tluiii iIiom- H.l.iff.WrfM.V -- end milil.l Pll.l II l.(l or We inhlx- - in In imti-n- t I IliilO i( lineiilioii nl.ilili lieeotiluimotiint lie iiiuku AU ( 7,1ib;.' I Vl.'.7 nctunl '""" """ nm i,ith.i m.Lss i:ir.vr lot cmuiur inline lemc nml lefcrcurea in join nun sinie County lily In nr O Vimti.t liiltm tltlhr 'lu'iiw;iii, I) '"mzmmsMM Happy and content is a home with " Th Rochester; a, lamp with the light o( the morning;. Catalogue, write Koche Wr Lamp Co.,NewYotk. i.oiiinyii.m:,st. i.oui.h .t ti:.v. ii. ii. Louisville, Si, SClli:tJl7I.K IN I.v. I.oiiivillo Went I'olnt llruiiilenburK Ivm I Tesas aily.y, ls'lt. .No. 5.1, NOV.l, i:iri:iT No, 31, iMlly. . WESTIMU'M'. Dully. Irvlnxlon jrleplienaiiit Coierport lltiuetTille Leviltporl Ox i in. O'.'lp. m. a II n. in. 7 p. in. 8.17 u. in, p. in, ':! n, in. 8:17 p. in. ln.il a.m. tl.il p. in, UUI a.m. uilijp.in, ...-- . hpoilaiille Ar. Ilii.'lrrton it. in. UUOp. in, 11:.Mii.iii. in, 2. 10 p. in, 11:11 p. m, l:ul p. ni. ll.M p. in, l:.!lp. in, in. No. 54, No.S. 11:11 lusriiouxii. 1.1. IlenJcrran Snotinvllle 7: i) uui). 7:15 17 iuiiy n. in. 3: 15p. m, n. iu. 3M7 p. m. Oueni'ioro I.rlwirt lIiiHt-avill- m. I.tfp. in, IM'i.-ain2.03 p.m. ii.SJn. m. t.'iop.ui 27 ft 3 37 p. m, . in. :i. in. C.l'J p. in, ll.u-.iuiu, .7.(13 p.m. ll:.-J- a. in, 7:11 p. in, Ii M p. in. 8.05 p. in, Loop, in, uui p. in, ID "1 10 JO Cloierport fetephcuapflrt lnliiKlon Itrtti.lt nUuK We at Point Ar. I.uuNWIlo lumlli Curnl. Iirnltli unit ant-i- t lyHliiloli'i i'uliirrh I'lice W ila lliv Naa.il liijii lor free at Z. Wayne (irlll'm CVUnrrli T.alna No. tt nml No, !i in ike connection at Irvlngton (Suiiila) rxcvptnl) with train on l.ouli-illlllurllnaliiirir A Wcticrn 11, II., eaat anil neat Ikju'IiI. For fuillier Information, uuMrea II. I', .MlltiL'K,(ieii.l,a'r.li't. I.oillanlle, Ky. Croup, Who opiiiK I'oujrhaiul llronohltla limiio Slmoli'a Mire. At Z.W.Orirtln liiately AllroaliriiKHtore. New.iMr I HI2 PArCKxtlio Acvliey Of at.aara. &gm N. W.AV IU SON . our au thorUed Mania Ii on fl! In l&id aaT.r-tliliii- r iiimhw or having condemned woro nfraid to enforce. I lmvc condemned many runi.isiii:i) i;vi:itv ikihav moiinino. school houses Mini theie me nunc lo follow, and iu this wnik 1 mn lining right befoto iiiiiii mill Cod, hecmuo kii'I I'mprlilnr. IMiii r jo. it. niMit:i(N. the children ol Ohio coiiniy deserve decent houses and the good people FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1802. are nine and willing to hmlil them. It We am authnii.cd to .nnutiunce may pain the editors of the eiahl to see a Republican ditcharging the duty JOHN C. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People'- - Party that under Democratic udmiuistra- I'lutfoiin for Coininniiwealih's Atlnr. lions had been so long neglected, but net in the Sixth Judiuiitl District. the prayers of the wicked availetb not, and they hud just as well be con. tented to attend stiictly to their own business and leave others to do like wNe. Respectfully, lo. II. Roiinus. I I J Hartford Republican Mr. and Mrs Frank Haswell, who have been visiting relatives ill I Initio rd returned home Tuesday. i md' n.i im We believe that the school chilShort Cieek, Saturday, Oct. 1.1. ' dren's Columbian Celebration has falEliahethtinvn, Monday, Oct. 17. len through; your eoriespondeut has Hodgensville, Wedne-daOct. 111. It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike benefici - in ot its own iucDiisUtcucv. rend nothing of it since the Institute. ShepheriNvilli', Tbuisday, Oct. t!((. cial to you and your children. Such is Scott's Emulsion Miss Irene Hoard has returned to niamlenluiig, .lituiday, Oct. '2'2, Os the advice of the Democratic Stephctifport, where she will resume of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s Irvinglou, Saturday night, Oct. National Committee the Democrats llaidiii-burMonday, Oct. 'J I. her duties as a teacher in the public of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the ol Idaho, have wiihrawii their eh ctoral school. Clovcrpoit, Monday night, Oct. 'J I. children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps ticket in that State and have indole We learn from the County Cleik Speaking n p. in. and 7 p. in. them from taking cold and it will do the same for you the Thinl Party. Thus has the Nathat the certificate of iiomiuation ot tional Demociaey decl.iied openly to For Sale. Col. C. M. liarnett has not been Scott's Kimilflon cure Coughs, A Stoiehoii-- e and lot in Rosiiiu, the people ot the I'lntcd States, that filed in his Coldi, Consumption, Scrofula and ollice. known as tho Funk Heatrin proj -all Anaemic and Wasting biscarcc. it is willing to win the Presidency by What is the matter with the pre- erty. Apph lo .1. E. Fojrle, Trevcntf wasting in ch'ldren. AN ii with tin ir ally. Their only it mint n pntnlnlile n. oillU. lie! only siding oflieer mid secretary of the llmtford. Ky. the Ri'imlne. l'ri'arei liy Hcott A IN REPLY TO THE HER- hope, as we have said befnie, lies in Congressional Convention? II it is not Bowno, ClioiiilsLs, Now Yuri. SoM hy v the People's Patty to carry ? Town Taxes. ALD'S ABUSE. thc'-'ol-h. tiled before all DruKKlits. we Republicans, Tlioso who have not paid their That jenlous-heniteenvious sheet, a lew Republican Statin for Weaver, of llreekcnridge county can not vote town taxes mc earnestly requested to known in the.--o pails a the Hnrlfi.id thereby, throwing the election into for a Congressman. One of the ques- do so at once. I must make settlethe choice of tions Jhnilil, true toil." and its the I Imi. f anil agitating the minds of our peo- ment soon and your piompt action in That Ri'puiilicau who habits ol nudueing and slninlciiii'' Clcvi'liiiid. ple is, whetherur not, Col. Hiruett the matter will be appreciated and or his cotili-i- i will thife who dilltT limn it, iuespective hi.pislo hi'iit'lil hini-el- f, speak here. Montgomery speaks will save time and lioulilc. v i ing the People's v, InP,irty here lics'y, W. P. Thomas nfmciit or ability, true to its liatied the 17th, also .InlgeT. R lIe ticKit i" not wise, tor in that he casts Heath and G. W. Stone, on the of an individual who feels the Kolt I'ltlVHIllKNT, Two by Two in a Lino conti'iupt tor its nieihoils, true to hall a vote fir Dcuiocitict'. day. RENJAMIN HARRISON. They llocked in a liiu to ICnhn's its old linn! p.ilict ot dodging an That Certificate has been forward, T'ude P.il.ic to buy their clothing, )f Indiana. "The Judge (.Mi'iilgomery) is hold, when it i loiced to the wall. true to iuu' the banner ot Di'inni'mcy alult in ed to the Clerk uml Il.iruett willspeak hats, hoots, dry good and line ihucu-tou- i Koit vn i: I'liKsmnvr, of Di'iu iTaiic pnlitici.ins Oiiiu county this week a d heie's at Hardiusburg. See li- ot appoint- underwear. of Us own ..tripe of dollms lo ilini',.iuuts that R.unctt ments in this Nstie wiiitklaw rich). Ed. and prelim; the nets nml of won't ini'i't I.i i even on his own Of New York. There will he a l.uu to hear diio.'-iiid.- " E i. ili'ihtowu News. :iiVti&atK hindering the chmactcri'f a R.'piili. them, as it h the liivt d.iy of CirNiiw, the t.'iilli is, on M iinbi run f.isiii!i:sbean ntliciiil who . leaile.--s in the yoing .Vmim came out on cuit Court. the O. M. RARXEI'I . nf hi. dint and .liidge Milby spnho hole on Satin-daFiidat liarnett had not only met the Di'iiiiii'iniie idea of p.iiidi'riu for Of t)lilu CtilllltV.' He held the earnest attention luit'.'i. Miiuigoiui.ry, but had admin-- i pnpulaiily to p.ipohir pn jinlici' mid ot his audience for two houi. mid a- -' ii.l to dim Mich adiuhbiuu that ill,. rtu rii.cn r .it'inii: ill llllljj- l- i, l,. Ii.- .In ln'iialli'i' will he h mix- - half. He made a trong ph a for ProI). I.. ADAIR, kin'., lint' 'auii' limy lnlhi-l:iuiiii', i tect t shnwinu the fallacy of thi hi if p. ible. tl an ever, to meet ir ti UN t '1.11111 v. tiili. to it im ll.iia'-- . ilit.dm a Democratic He shotted the Mi Iti'ini'll m j im i'ii;U"inu. If ti'ii pii to i in ii . i ii, Imi n a pit y ot tinjiniici.itic rou ro. i mi wi:tr i .rio ,.vi v i i c ai.it.iin it. ... I uiieriiicon-i.Teiic'i ii ol r ii' ti ,' i.i" i.jiNt'i-- i i'i r im plattorm with the dot'tiiui. and t F. IV llj I' V - .JH'l' p II" V l if j in, tin pm nl lli.it p.ni'i in cliaiuinj j tion of .letlL-rsonnl Madi-.()i ( ),iiu i '.nil y. and ki p ll i'. I ' i H , llii l' i Mr Ni'.'il wiin ii.i'i.iiip.'ii'i et, hi.i JacKS'iii on the laiill i. II.' in-- ., it e.ii.'t I c a in ad ol its i llii" Di'in n'liiiie pallet noil llie jl'euld lint refut l the mid I"1 tun aie inllii'liii'' tin- - im-e- iil lies olthe Democratic oialoi. and CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. Com. ly Attorney on the people of Win N tlie Deui'iciatic politicians of press about the Force 'Rill. rou ciiiccir imihit ci.niiK, Ohio county. That is the ijue.-tiothis county were eharued in 18110 witli Altogether it was a great speech and SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. mid not whether the County Superinmaking an oiganied elliirt to obiain did much good for the cause of tendent incompetent or incompetent, the Little Reml ami that they only iu old Hreckenridge. Look at the Eagle. careful nr ne;Ji;:ent, a or a ?in made Rotte their tonl.thev vociferous Cruris. nor. a Solomon or a Frank Feliw ly and with uplilted hands Notion. I I'Ih' llii Siipeiiiileiid- - all e niiii e:i ol with it whatever, sav All persons kntwinir iliiiu.idvi i .ciinihi'iit a- - Mich - not at ing that R'nte did it of his mtu ju-its ciit indebted to mo ' "" mvi, . ri'ijiii'.led to .ill all coui'ci lied in this ' mid C"id Is it iriii a .oiiie D.;iuocrats on M. I.. Heatait m Ilartfi id. and i in. the llii-nlionly e iinrs out in its contin n charued that ".lakie" was pre settle the same. Li 171 Rip't, tinued aluii-- on that ollicer liec.iu.-- u it paling lor his own cauv,i-- s at this L. T. C.'x. SIX-imtKGini(.riguics the unenviable How about that any waylime? It Superintendent's Visits, mi:i:ts to which, as usual, its was all right then to throw it oil' on wi rii a.n immia-- i: lim. of He's tlio same proud liird that will has led it. Hvery man who knows poor ".I.ilcie" bit hiv at) nit it .MONDAY, ocr. L'f. S O'clock, Xo. oil; Albert London, adorn the Republican liallot at tin) Mr. Xeai, knows that he U competent now? teacher. 11:111), Xo. :i; A. R. Renelection. fill the oflice of Coniinon wealth's to coiiini" Tin: 21st, iiist., is Columbus Day frew, teacher. :.':!!( I, Xo. ItSj Miss Attorney, and even L'rantinc that he W ' ; SUPERINTENDENT'S RE- is not, where is the wM's right to "' ll sreatly to he desired that the Hertha Felix, teacher, TV-r'-Tt'-TO ALL. 7T T ;V ' f the vclfliratu it with criticise him while Felix is Cuuiitv ocr. itf.' PLY. jc, jij; .L. MilN, teaeher. Knowing, as I do, the sincerity of Attorney? First cast the beam out o'f appropriate exercises. Let the teach- ::j(), X0. 7; D. H.Ood.ov, teaeher. thine own eye, thou slandering, villi. ers il1"1 V""U prepare programs mid my motives and the honest, faithful., ,. , li. it'., flu. iis.fim.i (urn mil .nut dtt.itlil ( . . , i. ,i w .l.on .o. ii; aii-- s ti.uev .. ti. ness with which I have tried to disyi- lying insuii 10 me iiueiiigenccoi unio r i. inwu- the dnv with the children. Have the send, teacher. charge the duties of the ollice, the county, and then thou canst tee clearALIKF. people have vouchsafed to my care, ly to cast out the mote from thv broth- schoolhoiise decorated with the Xu- Wt:ilXIIIAV. OCT. "Ii. tional Colors.and make it a day for the mid feeling that forbearance some, er's eye. S::i(), Xo. 14; Mis. .1. A. Wed (jIivc us a dissemination of patriotic sentiment. (li , , .,,, v ,.,. ,i i o ; Has the Jfemld and the Democratte,l(.,,eri times ceases to be a virtue, 1 refuse i'VVW TIMX ' ' ' We hope to have good reports from Alie Rotviuan, teacher. longer to rest silently beneath the in- ic parly any special privilege and --'::)(, sults the Hartford fprald continually right to put incompetent men before Ine '"ilr S; Miss Maggie Stevens, teacher. Given to the Traveling the people mid elect them to oflice and heaps upon me. Jo. H. Roi.i:i;.. Wi: refrained Iut week from en- Public. It seems that the editors of the then to stamp as incompetent Repub tering the personal discussion towhicli ' ""7i Jferald have gone to considerable 'ican candidates who are known of Will VOtG cnW has lowered tho (piestion trouble to circulate insinuations, not all men to be competent and inali-liedv- Nairn's ot Mr. Xeal's competency, because we I'or overcoats bought at -s -Shame on such a .leaking, feel charges, that I am short in my school .1 -thai the public is very little in- - Trade Palace. cSBOES THE FINEiTAND CHEAPEST accounts, and that I have misappro- cowardly scoundrel as would at- (crested iu such, nut when insult is priated the school fund because the tempt it. Look, Listen! added to injury and it seems nothing II. J.Coli'iniiii A- .. Him er Itiuii. What hut pity for his ut- else but fight will satisfy the.se folk settlement with the County Judge a Ky.. Hill l I'litiir its lollou.: weaKiie.-san- d the patty lash ever Now, I ter was delayed a few days. H.l, on. Isl (Irnilt- I'lileiil they shall not at all he disappointed, Uorso-shooin- g -- ! a A Lilly Mil. of very greatly dislike to to see fellows placed Frank L. Felix in Ins present und we propose heieafter to neither I ail a. (,. N.l ?.'. . Was it a ipie-tio- n work so hard without any icturns and position'' of comIt Villi: MCK (ll"-'-5 I'OI Mis. ..... rr-1 rn v &.!'.. j in : k nor give quarter. Fann-Implcnicnts I.I (Jrnili. I'lileiil Hi,.. hence in order that they may inane petency that decided the issue iu the -- il .1.11.. " Mill 18110, School Ruildiiig, a new when Tin: Public their information avail them u few Democritic ptiniary of .... llii " Hi- on on shekels, if they have such itiforma-tio- Felix ilelcated those two able and gal and handsome institution of learning llu. your I'lonr ol (is nml sm- - iiiiiii. ... l.'.l.l....!!!., i... j. c(ii,i:i v.v.v co. I will arcc to give them fifty lant young Dciuociats. Wilbur Hay. ill iiui uiu, iv)., ... i. ...... ...I .... inu "'. ttus oiiiiiuii if ii l. .1. ward and Leslie Orave-- ? Why, morning of the 11th iiist. The build- dollars for the name of any mid evFor Sale, ald to have been burned A good farm containing 21 "J acres ing was suppo-eery teacher who has taught a school Haywiird and Oraves had both csCl a term in this county since 1 have been ready forgotten mine than Felix ever by tramps who slept in the building of land. About one half cleaied;good Mr. Xeal the night before. Prof. Furnish, the improvements; well watered. Superintendent who has not received knew or ever will know. Lie every cent due him for such teaching. is by far Mr. Felix's superior ami Piesiilent of the school, lost his valuu. ' four miles South of Fordsville on the a lirsf-flnK.- s Total lo-I will also give to the editois of the there is not a Democrat iu Ohio comihie library and papeis. extension of the Owciisboro it Fulls of Rough railroad. For terms, call on or Jlerull filty dollars for every cent of ty but knows it. Felix as a lawyer about $'V)00. the school fund I have misappropriat- and as County Attorney is and has address, John J. McIIiixttv, Mit. Xi:ai. did not so Hartford, K y. 8tt ed. I will also give them fifty dol- ever been the laughing-stoc- k of the ArHy J as Ringo and fail at lars for every cent of school fund Hartford bar, irrespective of parly. liaVC JOIN Frankfort, iu the Little Wanted tho Wedding Stop- - .VOU CJUI $5 Within .'ili hours after the Rki'I'iii.ican Rowedidat which has come into my hand as SuAnd unlike Rowe, Xeal Rend steal. pod. perintendent which has not been ac- came nut week before last refciring to The Chief of Police last week rehomo Without landafcxr- -r lW counted for by me in the settlements Mr. Felix's incompetency, a most could get back sr.r .t x iu the prison of one of the chief ceived a telegram from a certain lady, with the County Judge. Now, I calf flagrant example of his lack of ability ing Hits A W'l.'s.sJ the land. Which is the saf- telling him not to allow the wedding of cm these gentlemen (?) t cither put nccuried. Two of the gamblers who cities of est to risk with the public's business her daughter with Mr. Karon, as he were at the Fair were arrested and up or shut up. did not buy Ids wedding outfit from (iaty Rowe? . The charge that 1 held the appli- brought before the Police Judge, and Xeal or the well known Knhn's Trade Palace. cants at an examination till .'i o'clock whileFclix went ofl presumably toread or- Mn. Rotti:, we understand, has I might get law which any Annfr would alieady taken J ". II. Ilir.Mi, at night iu older that r it upon hiniiclf to look up the 1. 1' IliHViHU, I'ri'M. nEx.'Bn.gjsu.cu. for whom record iu regard to the mi tuber of cases through in time to go Ih-- Republican have known, the Of tho Condition of tho nicetiug at R'isino on Saturday, is a no writ had yet been issued, weio Mr Xeal has had iu the Circuit Court. Opposite City Scales. Ii. DRIVER, Manager. was deprived of her Xow, it seems to us that for u man d and falsehood. The examina1 Wedo work as cheap as anybody, iuality comhleicil. Repairing mid tion was continued at night at tho re. dues through the locnmpctcncv of whose record is as blank us .lake repainting done pioniptly. Ciive us a call. Rl'CiOIES FROM $:!.") UP.v quest of a maioiity of the teachers this Democratic official, who, through Roito's to go to looking up records, is jcuirvsm ssHmM N d that they might get through mid at- - his paper, the Hemld, po.-e-s as a the height of folly. .5 the Soldiers' Reunion lit Ro.ine ic and talks about Pies. Xeal's iu. 'i. .fcVTiL. iiitojfc Closo of Business With J. Edwin Rowe as prosecutor At tho the next day, Saturday, which was tlio competency. If Press Xe.il is elected April 23, 1892. firntSatuiday in July, and I was in Commoiiwcalth's Attorney mid prpves of ciiiuinals and K. Dudley Walk? ... . my ollice as the law requires on lie as soft a snap for the lawyers ot this er as defendant, justice in the Cir' "'"ji RESOURCES. District as Felix is for the lawyers of cuit Courts of the Sixth Judidial Xotes and Rills first Satuiday in each mouth, it prok I'.mfflu 8flfl;aS8.fil of Kentucky, would have Real Kstato .'i.OOO.OO vision I have faithfully complied the Hartford bar, we will never 1,500.00 with, u thing, however, all of my question the competency of any l)em about as much chance as a snow Furniture and Fixtures.. f!)2.!i7 Expenses Paid ball would in tho realms of his Satanocratie candidate for any office whatpredecessor cannot truthfully say. Cash on Hami and m other ic Majesty. 1 deny emphatically that I have ever. 28,(510.01 Hanks...'. neglected the afliiirs of my oflice or Rut the Htiald has another motive R.titNirrr's causo grows stronger e 881,027.5!) iu attempting to tho school "f t'U county iu and to daily mid all that is needed to insure LIABILITIES. of nnything I may have done dodge the issue, It wishes to leave his election is the earnest efforts of Capital Stock 825,000.00 in the exercise of my rights as a citi- Mr. Rowe and hisreconl iu tho back the Republicans of the District. 8(i2.i'!l Rcservo zen and I denounce any and all such ground and allow him to ride on ' Surplus 2.250.00 I deny that it Il littery beds of eiihe, while the Herald falsehoods. charges m Lirr the Republicans remember Interest and Exchange . . . 1 ,4(50.-1is required either by any legal or attempts to raise a cloud of du-- t by that we have the best opportunity to Deposit Account 5,15,55 moral obligation that a Superintend, venting its vile spleen in precipitating elect n Congressman from the Fourth Due other Ranks .'100.:t:i cut shall make out the tax levy for mi uncalled for attack upon an un- District we have ever had. 884,027.5!) any board nf Trustees whatever, and pretending county official. It sceuis In submitting this we beg to state I defy the editors of the Jferald to all right for the II laid to cry iiicour HARDINSBURG. that our business has steadily grown Oct. 10. John P. Haswell,. the each point out such a provision iu the law. petency to Republicans but when it mouth since our opening, and Xow, as to my "mania for con. is reminded that it has a very bad case postmaster at this place, has been by tho most careful, watchfulness und I will say of incompetency in its own out on a tour inspecting the posl-ofliu strict (ibiorvnnco ofthe principles of deuiiiing" schoolhotises, Ranking, we (if this county." I mu proud of my record on this it flies off in an entirely different di- The melan- the most that . . .. .. .. line, l am promt to say that l have rectum ami gives the world mi exam. choly days have come" and tho young hope not only to extend our acquaint, ance, but to prove ourselves worthy Wo are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the moral courage to do my plain du- - pie ot its editorial jimjmns. If it can people are invading the woods after the confidence that is being po liberalthe consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasty mid that I have not been afraid to olitain any consolation out of such gmpes mid chestnuts. ly reposed in us. Wo are here to uccoinmodate tho onable, and wo guarantee satisfaction. A revival is iu progress at tho Rap-lis- t condemn those echoolhoiises of the methods it is entirely welcome to it Respectfully, church; Rev. Williams, of Lcitclr-ficl- people, each and every business, county which my Democratic prede- - ' and has the consent of all to proceed courtesy shall be extended to them, is assisting Rro. Hiigau,thc pascessors, including the immortal Felix, indefinitely. Judging by its actions the but in no case shall safety bo sacrihave allowed to rot down, and which Herald' doctrine is that a Republican tor. ficed for friendship or to obtain busMr. and MrsAY.U.Leiinin nrc visN iness. they lacked the courage to condemn has no rights which it is bound Owens boro, Ky. John H.lUitNiy, Cashier. al y, "J. g, respect. Hut that sheet had as well lake this as its warning, that if it doesn't wish to hi; hit it nniet keep its heiiil I'iiiiii beneath our sledge. Tilings have come to a stratu pass when the Unald claims the right to criticise everybody else but i wonts with utter vehemence a kindly CI III' ting Mrs. Roland Smith, at Stephen-port- . Public Spouking. Col C. M. liarnett, Republican mm ineo for Coiigiusin the Fottith District, will speak at the following times ami plum: YOllf.n'lYOUB uraiaren mm Emulsion Homblican Ticket. 1 1 ( Scott's ol f v d, -t mi-int- -- - be-Io- n. GASEBftfl!: whiij-eorii!- y. p'j.l;t -- - l.-- a nii. .'-- -- I - ni:i.. -- ' o-- i- I I n'le-iini- hv-fu- '. n, IN " - Z'-l2$&-d- ns 3 MIHMITN - ESTABLISHMENT, " l e - 's 'BUS po-itieH .. I .! s , s, all daily HIS .;-,- Oi oreiisiaoro; F.KOOKS rihi:n :rjk'.M x. V- luii-DAV. 7TTT7 1 1 -- ;;., iMMHiffl IBoots, lEtcpaid 1 Xo.il,LU',J ','''' fiv" Special iitlcnlioii I to mail call. orders. i ifley ? kin-folk- n-- 'tif&& '. -1 . -- BLACKSMITHING. n, i. specialty. large slock modern Plows, and all kinds of hand. Call him. I). 'ii rsi WILLIAMS. IJkavku Dam, Ky. Also ?;M'ps Liven and Wa-hingt- V Horses gH Fwl. and hesi (if rigs r-r- or night. Leave your 1 KPsga3 raT, 6 a pii.-onei-s, STATEMENT li bare-face- ju-ti- Beaver Dam crit-teu- DEPOSIT I mm Iits wilh i T 1 m rfh ni I t Di-tri- ct - i conse-(jueuc- side-trac- 1 V hott-eho- ld ces .. i. .. TkTiuL mWSrlL'JL JCnilasLC d, i F. A. AMES & CO. tmiwNHjSwggagsggg K0hMK9 BtfSSfctfSKfSMSiSC3r.Xilfcdn3SJJtbJJUmV ggarats ciowr 'KKPAItK KOI! WINTER. r FAXRBROS.&CO. Can iiiotc tin1 most fuvornlilu prices on Cltih, Jackets, Wraps, Overcoats,' Blankets.Ccmforts, Boots and Shoes, lu tact everything in tho line of 'Qold-ExtQrramator'- s ZERO PRICES ON TEMPERATE - WEARS. head-quarte- rs We are beyond a doubt lor everything in We invite vou to come and inspect, our line, and see if we. arenot selling all goods below our competitors. We want your eggs, leathers, etc., etc. FAIR BROS. II art ford fc CO., PROPRIETORS Temple of Fashion. osKngaav!Ba.is Ooim-nM-earcisL- l Hotel BETTER KNOWN AS THE PALMER HOUSE. 4 Meals 25c- per day. Rates $1-0Newly Ffirnislieii. between Main and the River, Owcnsboro, Ky. Fast side Frederiea, 0 tf .ij,b'. en. is. non ) ',mus. a i:. willlyg iLui,rrops. New Sorghum Fuiilm! I Jrata!! at tho Racket Store. Bargain center for clothing is Fair Bros, it Co. Remember C. you a good rig. Largest selection Fair Bros. iV. Co. L. Field of will give Hero wo aro amiin, after several L)r. V. S. Taylor, Owcnsboro, is weeks absence. Wo do not want Dr. Coleman's Bcrnion last Sunday in town. you to think that because wo have was one of tlio ablest efforts ofliis W. C Morton, Owensboro, is in not been writing of Into that wnliavu life. the city, yrown loss intorostnil in our work. 20 yards iiiilt lining for 80c., one Everything is moving along smoothMiss Flora Itoss went to Cticen ynnl wide at tlie Racket Store. ly and each week teachers and ville yesterday. Siiki: i:m. seem tohaxu fresh xeal and It. J. Mason, Huford, called at Fred Munich received yesterday n our ollicc Tuesday. energy for thoir work, Since our last report tho following number ol German newspapers from Henry Field went to Louisville now students havo entered school: Hamburg for the use of his class nt Wednesday night. the C illege. John L. Harnett, Owcnsboro, was W. S. Swan, Authiirston; Georgia in town this week. Hudson, Huford; J. E. Brown, Para Mr. 1). 13. Tliomas is groatly imDr.C. W. Felix, of Evunsville, was dise; J. E. Boll, Buford; Wilson proving bis now property on Walin the city yesterday. Galloway, McLean county; .1. W. nut street and will liuvo one of tbo Miss Sallie Cato is visiting friends Faith, Dolowaro; R. E. McDaniel, in town. co.iosl littlo homes in St. Louis, Missouri. Oluton; Ernest Daniel, Owensboro, Infant's shoes We, chilli's shoes 10c, Mark Itenfrow, Sulphur Springs, and J. T. Greer, Adaburg. niiscs" shoes 50c, women's shoes 55c, called to sec us yesterday. Dr. Alexander's class in spelling boys' allocs (55c, men's shoes 85c, at A. T. Nail and A. D. White, went glows in interest every day. It takes the Racket Store. to Louisville Wednesday. tho Doctor to hear spelling. Siiaki: i:m Amain. Missos Stella Thomas, city, and Steven II. Phillipp9,nncof Shreve's Tlie Heaver Dam school m charge most prosperous farmers, was in to see Pearl Chamberlain, Ghent, attended us Tuesday. General Exercises Tuesday morning. of Prof. 13. It. Ituy ami Miss Dora Mrs Albeit MeCrocklin and cbiN Miss Eva Morton attended Gener(iil)son will celebrate Columbus Day dren, are visiting relatives m New al exeieises and the Harmony, Indiana. Exercises Monday morning. with appropriate W. S. Swan, who has been sick friends of education and the people Itcv. 13. M. Crowe, Jell'ersontown, geneially arc invited. was the guest of his son, Robert, for tbo past week has recovered and is at school again. Col. J. S It. Wedding will address Saturday and Sunday. Miss Pearl Cayco, who has been II. I). P. Wallace, Hig Springs, is of the Fourth Conthe Republicans Win. Ward, on tbo sick list is at school again. visiting the family of gressional District at the following Sr., on Kiuderhook, this week. Edith Carson, of tbo Intermediate times anil places: It. A. Anderson, Kiuderhook, took room, is quito sick. CampbelUville, Sat. Oct. 15, 7 p. in. in the Crisp speaking at Owcnsboro Miss .lessio Ford and E. V. Milli-g- an (ircensburg, Monday, Oct. 17 1 p.m. Wednesday, returning Thursday. wero at General Exercises Leitcbfield, Monday, Oct. 21, 1 p.m. Thomas Wallace and family, Hig Wednesday morning. Ernest Itoxs, colored, and Henry Springs, Hardin county, are visiting "Columbus and Tho Discovory of the family of S. A. Bennett, Heda. XcImiii, on their way to the coal bank America" will bo tho subject of tbo Miss Ollie Anderson, Kiuderhook, yesterday, concluded to have n race. wiio has been friends and rela talks at General Exercises for the Tlie result was, the wagons ran tolives in Ottctisb.iro for some weeks five followinir mornin;s. ' gether, and Nelson was thiown out, past, returned homo Sunday. Tbo Literary Societies aro pushing lighting on bis head and considerably J. Warren Baker and wife and their work forward and doinirit well. skinned up. Xo other damage, ex. son. Dr. J. II. Baker, Melleiir Several now students have entercvpt the harness of Kins' team being were the guests of Judge John ed tbo Piimnry Department this Morton anil lauiily W eilnesilay. somewhat torn to pieces. week. Col. J. S. It. Wedding leaves to-- , Silas Griffin spent Friday and Thirteen divorce suits are already day for Campbellsville, where he Harry tiled for the next term of Circuit speaks night and Greens--bur- Saturday with bis parents. Roberts spent Saturday at home. where he speaks Monday. Court and about a month left in which Clarence Harnett, of the Primary to file others. This beats arty former Mrs. Nannie Spalding and little record since the existence of our rouu-- . tlauchter. Jennie Louise, left yes' Department, is quite sick. bus-o- n Tho talk made by Prof. O. M. tv, and will no doubt cause many of terday for Covington, where her is in the old bachelors and ancient maid- - j band, Mr. W.L.Spalding, r Shtiit. ou Columbus nnd the Discov.... IWII1H.I ..mi jv.". H.nr t3 :.. fcxnreH busineM. I,. iv. UII.T I' ery of America was very interesting '""J Sam Casebier, Randall Collins, and enjoyed by all. up their single blessedness. . Massie, Dr. Will Aultmire, Todd While in Louisville hut week, Col. J. II. White, Archie Cain, Mrs. Sal. Columbus Day. Miss Lula Millignn C. M. Baruett met the notorious out- lie Hardwick, attending Mis Lucy Towusend and my and and Johnny Moore, aro Frank James, law and the Greenville Fair this week. self have arranged to unite our schools speaking of his raid through this McD. Fair and wife, Misses Heleu Oct. 21, and spend the day iu celcounty in 18(55, when young Towns-le- v, Foster, Mary Miller, Katie Coombes, ebrating the discovery of America Wat Lawton and dipt. Andrew Lula Carson, Connne Cox, Sallie by appropriate exercises. The place wanKlein; G. B. Williams and wife, Dr. Harnett were so cruelly and of meeting will be the Christian he said he very Jo. T. Miller and wife; Mrs. S., K. tonly murdered, Cox, Henry Hoover and wife, W. C. Church at New Baymus. The pawell remembered it and that a soldier Ashley and wife, 13. V. Millignn, II. trons will spread dinner on tho ground by tiic name of Brent shot Capt. BarIller, Tom Casebier, Lawty Klein, It. and the teachers and patrons of other uett and that he killed Wat Lawton, Foster, Revs. G. J. Bean and E. 13. districts are cordially invited to be but didn't remember who killed Pate were among those who attended present. All old soldiers have a Townsley. The history of the James the dedication atMt. Ilermon Sunday. special invitation. The program is boys credits Frank James with the as follows; Reading the President's Ho Sang Boom-De-Amurder of Capt. Harnett and it's very Raising the flag. Sabecause he bought an Proclamation. likely that he killed both Burnett and was happy Acknowledgement nil wool suit for 88, at Kabti's, for lute to the flag. and Lawton. to God. Song of Columbus Day. which other bouses asked him 15. At the dedication, of Mt. Hcrinon. Address, The Menuing of Four Notice Dentistry. Centuries F. M. Petty. Recitation, last Sunday, while the good people Dr. J. P. Williams, of the ollicc of Columbus Mrs. F. M. Petty. Old were listenimg to the eloquence ot'IJro concluded Dr. W. B. Armeudt,0vcnsbory,Ky., Columbia's Banner Miss Lucy Crowe, Pendleton Hudson Towusend. Address by Citizens. to fill his stomach with some of will be in Hartford, at the Commercial Hotel on October 17th, and rc propbefore the The exercises will be enlivened by tho dainties main four days. Those needing first-cla- music, in clinrge of Miss Lucy Town-sener time. He stole a cake from a bugDental work will do well to call We intend to make the day gy and having satiated his hoggish thief hid the re- on Dr. Williams while he is in Hart- a success aud we invite everybody to appetite, the young be present. Respectfully, mainder in the woods. He was ford. He guarantees all work. caught and the cake recovered, when F. M. PKTTY. Nancy and Her Record. the father dressed hint off in fine style. There lias been much small Cau't beat tho latest styles of suits, A Negro Struck by a Train thieving going on near Bcda of overcoats, hats, boots and shoes on but not hurt by having one of Kahn's unbreakable Hats, at 31.75. late and the indications nre that some record at Kuhu's Trado Palace. young fruit will ripen nnd be gatherSuperintendent's Visits. ed into the penitentiary before many TAX-PAYERstu-(lonls Light hosts fell Monday nnd dny niglith. Tues-- ' PERSONAL Collogo Happoniugs. blowing; and gassing about how much they sell,and how good trade is with them, ete.,but our style is to show the people the goods aud let them decide who has the cheapest line in town, and we have enough customers left to Wo defy us to continue business. competition in our line and think we have good reasons for doing so. Our goods are all bought by one ol the most successful business men in the State, Mr. S. W. Anen-ab- fe Some people are always Anderson's Basaar. derson. Are all bought direct from the factories in the East, and arc all bought for spot cash and we sell for as small a profit as anybody. So don't you agree with us thatwc are in a position to defy competition? -- have a well selected stock of the latest styles, such as Blue Storm Serges, Plain Blue Serges, Cashmeres, Henriettas, &c, and we offer them all at low prices. You should not fail to see this line before you buy. We DRESS GOODS- - As this is one of our favorite lines we feel confident we have the nicest selected stock in town and Miss Sara has the reputation of pleasing everybody and is considered the most stylish trimmer in this section, having had several years experience. ir... it, Our reputation on Anderson's Wear-forevShoes is wide spread and well deserved for we guarantee every pair sold to give entire satisfaction. Our $1.99 Shoe is still a leader in fine wearing goods have a complete line of them from 2h to 7. CARPETS, TRUNKS, &0. Have you seen the lovely new styles in carpets we have? You should not fail to see them they are pronounced the nicest in town. Our Trunk line is also complete; can sell you one to suit the times, $2.75 to er y All solid Zinc. It would require this whole paper for us to mention all the nice things we have to show you, but feel confident you will come to see us soon, bring your family and spend the day in our store we will take pleasure in showing you our stock. Your Friends, $10.00. ss MMffifflffiK FALL ANNOUNCEMENT. Throo years ago I began business on a very limited scale and by honest, square dealing 1 havo built up a trado in tho I 1 overcoats is at years. ClIAl'MAN'S S! Ward Robes Dressers, Suits,Rock-eror any thing in the For -- lililor lleimblicnn: Di:au Silt. Allow mc to state through your paper, that the biggest bargains in dry goods, shoes, clothing Call on Archie Cain for anything for myself and family, I have found at in the tonsorial line. Kahn's Tiade Palace. Not only have Fair Bros. iV. Co. sell men's whole I bought the best goods for little monstock boots for 31.50 per pair. ey but had the best treatment mid got tlie the handsomest silver present to boot. is raging in Whooping-cougMns. Em.a Smith. s Western part of this county The hut that you want can be found at Carson & Co's. We have the woolen General Line, sec Furniture want. T. J.. MORTON. -- N. N & M. V. R. R. rw:urB3S5S3i r7Tri,-si,-!r3?n?,vSSk- niAiNri Nn. ft, Mull .iii.I 'Ill UN'S OOINd i.r..vi: nrwr.ii dam.' WK3T. I Wit r. U:.mr. Mr. J. H. Barnes, ofBcaver Dam, and Miss Mnggio Eblin. 'Carrollton, Finest line in cloaks ever brought wcro married at the bride's home to Ohio county at Kahu'fl Tiade PalTho qroonf is ono of Wednesday. ace, Ohio county's best and most successSara it Me lead in tho Millinery ful business men and energetic genbusiness our Hats are all the the la tleman. Tho bride is a most popular and estimable lady. May a long and test out. happy life bo theirs. We aro still hero selling Buggies, Wagons, Carts and harness. A Handsome Presont C. L. Firxn. To each purchaser at Kahn's Trade Saturday. Our stock of boots is complete. Palace next Come nnd cxaiuino before buying Caiison it Co. elsewhere. A big barbecue at the Fair Ground Saturday; .i bigger barbecue for your horse at Casebier it Burton's stable. m m goods you Causon it Co. Barnos-Ebli- Monday Oct. 10. Dristrict No. Pupils 55; J. L. Elmore, Teacher. enrolled in Census Report, 715; pupils enrolled in school, 55; pupils present, 40. Trustees, H. C. Shaver, Chairman; Charles Howley ami Jim Her. Visitors, Vick Stewart, Fannie Shaver, Lena Her, Herbert Stewart, Roy Her. Total, nine. The house will be recovered nnd painted in tho next few weeks nnd will bo one of tho neatest in the county- n. ,n. T, t.iiuiU-.- l i:rei I'.ipri-X- . M. m, Hangod Himsolt in a Barn. For not buying at Kahn's Trade Pal- aco his new suit for les3 money than ho paid for it. TltWNS IIOINll I'VST. No, ii, Mull ntiil Kjprcn. No, , l.iiniuar.xit-1 l:'8r. 'lilJA.M . FRIDAY, OCTOBER Trade with Sat a Bros, Bros, M, 1892. A Good Crop. This is Mr. Elmore's third school. skkvici: mix. District No. 55; Miss Oma Smith, Teacher. Pupils enrolled in Causus Report, 5!l; pupils enrolled in school, Visitors, 31; pupils present, 2i). Mrs. Pcto Shown, Mrs. Lucien Ambrose, Lon Shown and Lucien Ambrose. Total, four. The people, ever mindful of their school interests havo purchased a set of patent desks sinco my last visit and now the schooolhouso at Service Hill is seated as well as a house could bo. Would that over District had Trustees who nre not atraid to buy desks. Tho houso was nicely decorated with cedar, autuna' leaves nnd wild flowers. You will do both yourself and me a favor by calling upon me or oneofmydep' uties and paying your taxes beforo the six per cent, penalty is added which will be done the first of November. Please attend to this matter at once and save costs. Millinery and Dress Making Line That anyono should bo proud of. I havo just returned from Louisville, and I don't call it K.ist, like soino of my competitors. It is useless to name what I haudlo,for you know too well, and I ask you to coiuo and seo mo and look nt tho prettiest, cl.eapost lino of goods in tho Greon River Country. No S Clerks, I & h $3 030 Insurance to Fay co if all for of tho When you buy from mo. Thanking ono anil m past fovors, and hoping to havo a continuance samo, I am yours to please, fee MRS A. BARNARD. 3 551 si Yours, &c, S. C. TAYLOK, Sheriff Ohio Co. The mmmmmmmmmzMmrnm i hi Twentieth Seai-As- Statement OK THE BANK OK HARTFORD June i IL mllWM uo.. At Uic Clone ol IIiihIiicnn, 30, 1SU3, RESOURCES. Hills discounted Heal estate 859,317.0!) it Me. Chldrcn shoes 25 c per pair at Fair it Co. it Co. Buy Cate's jeans and yarns at Fair 2,000 pounds of leathers wanted at tho Racket Store. See tho hauilsonic lino of carpets at Anderson's Bazaar. V New millinery received at Fair Bros, it Co. every week. Largo si.o bed blankets, S1.00 per pair at Fair Bros, it Co. If you want dry goods nt your own price, buy of Carson it Co. Our stock is really newer than ourCauson & Co. selves. Tho most stylish hatn that have left Hartford this fall have gone from Fair Bros. & Co. farmers are The candy pulling given by tho Tho most successful Baptist ladies last night at tho Harftord those who prepare best their ground House, was a pleasant affair and beforo planting their crops. In many was liberally patronized. crops the good condition of fhc ground at planting timo is moro than half of When you coinn to town Saturday tho tending with whent it is nil. This to hear John S. Rhea, don't forget to crop demands the utmost care in the call nt the Bazaar and seo our handpreparation of the soil both in breakSaiia it Mi:. some fall stock, The farmer ing and enriching. Tho Republicans ofSuIphur Springs needs, besides what fertilizer he may will have a rally on tho 20th. Col. J. gather, n Commercial fertilizer well Such a fertilS. It. Wedding nnd Jo. B. Rogers will adapted to his land. bo present and address tho crowd, izer ho can find in nbundanco in tho best Bono Dust ever spread upon a Littlo Hattie, daughter of II. C. wheat field. , IIo will find this nt r Severn, Sebrco, and Tayloii & Co., Beaver Dam. of W. H. Mnuzy, Hartford, died Tuesday. mornign and was buried General Market. Wednesday. Ovcrcoats.all wool,8G.50 worth $10.00 12.00 8.50 W. II. Davidson, tho photographer, " 10.00 ,' 15.00 is still on tbo Burnt Comer, doing ex15.00 '" 20.00 cellent work. If you need anything 10.00 Mcns'Suits all wool G.OO ou him. Ho guaranin his Hue, call At Ivahu'a Trade Palace, satisfaction. tees grand-daughte- This is Miss Oinn's first school. K1M1H. Tuesday, Oct. 11, District No. JO; W. E. Bennett, Teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 72; pupils enrolled in school, 15; pupils present, L'ij cause of .'12; pupils absent, on part of pupils, whooping cough and work. Visitors, James King and Mrs. Richardson. Tho houee has been greatly improved in appearance nnd comfort since last year. Four new windows havo been added, a new stovo has been purchased and the houso has been nicely painted. Tho grentest need now is n set of patent desks nnd these will no doubt be furnished by next year. nb-sen- 3,000.00 Furniture nnd fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 1,341.67 lionds 743,fi4 Debts iu suit Cashonhand&iii other b'ks 40,420.79 8105,823.09 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 Ready Made Suit Department and we 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 LIABILITIES. Capital stuck Deposits 830,000.00 70,798.20 15.05 Due other Banks Dividend 4 per cl. declared Fund to pay taxes .. Profit nml loss 1,200.00 225.00 3,584.84 8105,823.09 I, S. K. Cox, be correct. swear the abovo to d, K. Cox, Phesiui:xt. Sworn to beforo me this Juno 30, 1892. A.T.Nall, D.C.0.C.C, Hon. E. D. Walker will address tho students of tho Collogo next Thursday at 8 o'clock a. in. divideud of 84,00 l A per share was this day declared, payable on nud after July 5, 1892. semi-aunua- The A.J.MITCHELL CO 4 BMnKtKiBwVDKjMM Hartford Republican " I KKUAY, OLTOHKU II, IS'.IJ." j i Tichenoriii the part list of the of this county. The following is Nat I.itidley lias1 returned Irom Cliairmi'ii mill Secretaries of tlio vaCoinniii-ti- es hi trip Hi the wet. rious Iiepiiblicaii County preached Rev. Thomas Stevens Contrretsioiml in tlio Fourth two intereting fcrnion for us on Distiict; (J. M. Uiir-uo- it. Saturday and Sunday. District Cliairiimn Our blackcmith, H. H. Shacklctt, Hartford. will leave here after the eighth for Miller, Ilreekenridijo -- Ktsnlmii his new home at F.kron in Meade Cloveiport; .lessn Kskridjfe. county. Mom when our candid-it'iiii. Itullitt II. T. Troiitin.111, Iti in. ('. T. Trniituiiiii, Fourth District C'ommittoo-mo- n. ! REMINISCENCE OF WILD BILL. tin tlio'li.uk ill his urck, is impiiiii ' Tlnrwile of II. II. D.ixii ha a UN IVat In KIIIIiik Tttn ?lin Who I ml Hl(iW l.it.liil lit III111. line iiiiiu pound boy. Among the proiuliieut citizena of M. James has cold his farm to! S. UuyesCity in thulatt days of Kan-SJi- s Sam Hilbro and has purduced laud railroad building was "Wild Bill" niir.iii:..M:ss. h.t II iiilniliil-li'i'ln- IIAIUT ClIMMllll lltillU'hl u or tin- - llr. lliihHs lll lln.ts i.iuroit State Directory rintrrnor I.i.'iiti n.itil iiMi -. cu tut) nl Si. 1I1' .Minimi linn rul .Vu.lllnr Tr.'u-in.- old. V. , irr. - Sliep-herdsvil- lu: SIioji-Imrdsvi- Grayson .1. 1J. (!roon--W. Dan O'liiliiy, Wooers, SImImI, I.eiti'h-lii'ltl; U l!nnoill". Klia-hullitowii: tinli, II ! - -. , (William Hickok), who bad been a bervieeablo bcout In tlio Union army along tlio Arkansas border during the war. Bill camo to Hayes City with tho prestige of having killed nine men, unai-istewho had corralled him during tho war intent upon his death. He, too. bad followed "tho K. P." railroad along every inch of its coAstruetion from Manhattan. His personal appcaranco and the complexion of his wliito handled revolvers had lioeonio ipiito familiar all along t', road, and especially at Abilene. nig its days as tlio terminus ot .ho Texas cattle I ive. where, ns city marshal, thero '.a- - never 11 cowboy who got "tho 1. lit llixifa .i1n Mlio.lt III'' Umntlflni' r If U till, or III limil, Imlliiil, ltiiil.ilnlil I111111I1". iiinl will ullii I ii'iiiiini'iil iiikI Hiil.t inn', ttliillii'l H11' 'ii In lit l it in.'.li ii'i.ili'ilrliikii hi 1111 l i'li"lli' Hi I.. ami III ft. It liHtUiMiiiittiiliiiilliiiiiMii'l itjchum pi rfitt I'IIII' III" lollnintl. It Ill'HT fil'l". Tin- iiiui' hiiiir(5inlul "llli .III In JiiIiIiii .Sycclllc. ulvill ,i I. V. tli.mil M.C..lf..i.l ItlM.II.')' ...W.J. Ilrn.lri.k 1. 1' .Noriiun ,- 'r .ll.nri It. Hull. f -,. aC MASK. -- t& rt v n rm k . f. lliKlKlrrnr lili.l tiHi.'''..., Alljlll'lllt II. SltttlljCO 0. Hi. ..l. Illiwi It liiiinr nl mi.ainl( rlinHiiMllt) lr tn l'il. I'iiii" Ki"nili'''l. '. .tMlr 11 ItAl'i: Mictt fin. mi ntti Nnit. l'lil'll.' Clftk I'nl'lu- - ..I. I. . Tliolll-u- n s l'rlnl.'r i:i.l;.l..lni..i I11M11) I. A.I.I mi" m w . k v j ,nrr s rrt u. 11H1 t r rr t '. l cottit't-s- t IllJltO L'oiniur'iitii'aUli'r' ChTk CiiiiiMli"liti-- a:r.ECSssi A...l.l'l.ll(.. lor Not (' llarilttlt'k I - Clr.'iill Court ountini'" tin' llli Mun.li) in.l Niitfinlict. AtloriH'V VV Soap UTm Dr. Fenner's Salt lihoiiin Ointment is tho "grandest medicine over made by man." For all skin eruptions. Warranted to satisfy or monForsalo by L.lS.IScan. ey returned. Mnlit. Currs lnillKvatloii, Hlllou'iii'". 0i.xtU 1'hti.I-clan- s rln, Ncttouini'M. iiinl I'l'iHTal Kl.llliy. reconiiurml It. All 1I1 nl' n n'11 It. (Iciiulno Jim trade murk uiul crocl rot ltatu ontt rnnvr. ss I' llirri'tt .Ut.. net CliTk Sin till..: lii'llio -- I 1' II. Milliy, ' It. I.. Fostor, Gruuin') r . Iliinliii .lolin W. Kerrick. S. K. Smitli, lOli.iln'th-towtHurt .1. v Hi KrnV.as n ' i. - !' "i ' l.HMKN . tinli ttli'lii-It. .....i lltl-- l ii!iov - In! l n Hint wmit tmllnln? - !" iiui.v il . ii.il ni'rrr.u. nn- Mulstln. linden ll li. Duins, Muinfords-vili- c: Muinfords-tillo. TA UL'S SCII00LI10USE, Young Mr. .lame- - Hew Oot. ! by, ot T.ir I'oik, died ot on the !ii- -l in-- l. and wa-- hui'cil in Taul'.-- burring ground on the icond. 15. IS. lSau-- , S. T. Hate and mv. IS. Taui's Sunday. othei.-A protracted meeting hcniu- - at CearCieek H.tpiist t'liurcli the thud Siimhiy in thi- - mouth. It will bv ISro. J. I). Duncan. -r-- .lolin V. ltruiits, l.ulttiu Cud IJnrlci, Hudirenvillu; .lolin Atlierton, Miijjiiolin. .Marion -- I.. .M. Dryo, Hra Ifords-vill- e; 0. A. Johnson, l.ehimoii. Meade It. I. .Simpson, Me.idvillo; C. C. l'arluii;li, lirandenburi,'. Nelson .1. .1. Irvihu, IJurdstown; John 15. Waller, Hardstown. Ohio Wood Tinsley, Hartford: Jo. IS. lingers, Hartford. Talor W. I.. .Malum, .1. !'. Carroll. Cainpbi'lU- -Caiiiji-lnllsille, W.C. I" M.i:i:iai.i:ssuiiii' III II I. I iimif mi-- . mi. t - lii M'H. inllll. ri.r-ii.l- It Sllllull - 'lll.' I" IfllH it in1 iiiillm l llr lit. - t.' J ' Villi'. Major J. I.. Wlur-'oiWashington Springfield; W. ). lined, .Mil i, I' .1 lii l'ni I nil. l.ti'l., 1. In I I'iiii' .. Hi.. It' ltTbiirg. KINDERHOOK. Oct. (irav.son I. Miss Situ BLINDED BY A SPIDER'S hu W1111 BITE. Shiner, of the county, is visiting in tlio neighborhood at this writing, the iriiost ofS. I.. Haird's family. Charlio May, wife and children, Wtiitusille, wore tliu quests of It. A. Anderson anil family seeral dujs last week. Mrs. Sallio ISowden, Caneyville, attended tlio Fair last Saturday, returning to her homo in tlio afternoon. Mrs. Xora Spurrier and two chilto thoir homo at dren returned Whitesvillo Sunday after a two weeks visit to her parents in this community. Willie Til ford, hrakeinuii on the N'.X. & M.V.K.K.,spent hist week in Kinderhook, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Lida ISaird. Prof. W. II. Barnes opened school on tlio 3d inst., at Alexander scholars enrolled. thirty six with Willie is a nice young tuiiii and wo wish for him success throut h life. Mo thinks wo hear wedding hells. Hit !'.. In the nlui'shoie of Kings county hi Flatbusb there nro many old worn- of the Durtur Tlmt Unrril I.u.c Thine 'i" tlio Ilanil ' j Daisy Dkasi:. BEDA. Oct. IS. Fanners are hi v lttiiiy tobacco am' sowing wheat. (Juke a number of young people of -- thi placj attended the Hartford Fair Saturday. S.1M1I nun and wife.ot'Beech Grove, spent "Mtuiday and Sunday with their uncle, W. C. Ambrose. Dr. Cox, who liii been our faithful , will leave Wednc-day- , with his family, for their home in We wieh .Stanley, Daviess county. tlieni a long and happy life. Virgil Shown spent Satuiday and A. Godshaw Sunday in Greenville. wife will leave Wednesday lor and phyr-ieinn- Oiwii-bor- o. ur school at this place conducted by l'rof. Stevens is progro.-'-iiig- . Kiiinnr nays there will he two wedding this week, but don't think either IloiiiN Adah:. oflhem in, BEACH PORK. ruelii Nat ISrickey will won return with his umbrella that he left in Virginia .rU years ago. Oscar and Hetiry Tate are veiling in the Kiver lSottom. Dick Fate means busine. He has rentid Henry's tarm. James Harris and wife and F. X. liriekey atleniled the Owensboro Fair last week. George Perkins is closing out the (louring mill business and contemplates fanning. Singing was given in honor of Monroe Pate at James Duncan's last Sat unlay night. liepiiblii'iin Club meets at Ta ill's Schoolhouse Saturday uight. Will I'eikina will move to Clover-- , port to follow his trade cabinet making. Frank McGary is tlio teacher at Taui's Schoolhoiije. Ourcchool ot Arithmetical Science has closed. Thrto cheers lor Harrison Hall. Sam no. it llM Mil l.iorM'PI'KHitllli l.lm coni.liiihir Mill. ih' Vli tliH rli;iniiiiitii''l uiujiiii, N'.l'l l.t .. Wiitui- - liiiltliu .t II". POINT PLEASANT Oct. 12. Our school i -'- tig s nicely, under the leadei.-- . 1'iot. IJ. H. Davis. Klijah James and wife, have been reln-t'ubsej: this last week, Cromwell, Mcllenry and i . $ vj er Dam. .Mw. Cupt. It. M. Davis visited the family of Itobert V. Caldwell, of Heaver l5aiii,aii(l the family of James Hudson, ofMcHenry lust week. John D. Hell anil lamily, and Worth Hell unci family, nro visiting relativca in McLem county this week, W, J. Everly, who has beou BUller niDUDCie en, wiiiie of whom have seen tlio liglit of an earlier century, who delight in gathering around the htove at nights and telling one another ' queer otories. Thet-tones goner ally die away in weakened liieinoiics and rarely go oufoide the lonjr brick walls. There is 11 woman there who tells how she was dancing on her -- ix teenth Hrthdav when her brother burst into the 'room with the news of Waterloo. And there is a woman who saw Washington, and yet an other who picked berries where the Brooklyn municipal buildinsrs now btand. Not long ago a visitor to this mti-tution remarked to one of these women "I guess thero are many inmates here who have had somo remarkable ' experiences." "Yes, indeed," the old woman answered. ''There's Annio Krozan, poor woman, stono blind lrom a spider's bite. Did you ever hear the like of that before;" ..1 . nl 1' I'l 'Jl. ' This visitor, in t' : the air which I know no fi" very old women. rwro admirably typify in their own i of the slider's it ; the effects of a forest ino i.l., Ai over. rupical fruit eating hi- than tho I the ft. ;nrgeous toucans. Tin .r big bill iii 1' "'. nt t! .ih . them to reach out from afar at 11 lyintr t'l.r in " b.i- frni' as they sit at their ease on tho M . . that could ei and to toss that of I:." - " ili'llllll wiinkb d tin tiee off at bear them, largo and niry a gulp in a them ha it in ii white, hood. manner that is very characteristic of 'I cmi' ii ii, ss-.- hir'hhe all the fruit eat"when i ttj.s only sixty live yr:i-olers. They are , various and 1 b.nl us' line and strong a paii bird'-- , ti ceat extent organof eyet tin 11 ns a girl of .sixterii. but ized into a lived mniunity; for they now I'm all in darkness, and every thing is lil. n'k before me. Well. sir. make common c.itw against enemies, I was in.inied for the second time in such as owls and falcons, whom they nnd mob with one accord 1SI5.1 to .Folni Krozan, who is ;i surround bailor. After wo were marriid he after tho fashion of all dominant went to 'ea and never came home races, as rooks do in England. Having thus little need for protecagain. The ship, they told me. went down and all weie lost. I never tion, they are noiy and clamorous knew the name of tho s'hipor'the i their native woods, resembling in all these respects tho other gregari owllt,rs "Well, sir. things went badly wiMi ous inui taieis.. iiKo paiTots aim me, and at last I had to come here monkeys. In short, they display for Now ir w.i-- i mie summer night, very us in full perfection the free, demohot. maybe eight, maybo nnio yeais cratic, ffurless, open and gossipy lifo ago. ii nil I Wiis lying hero on this naturally engendered in tropical sur very cot. I was just dozing off when roundings among powerful nnd l frugivorous species, Comhill I felt u sting in my left eye 1 thought it was a mosquito, so I took Magazine. my handkerchief and brought it Thu .IlltlKti I.IU11I tin. Wi'.il. down right hard 011 my eye. Then A judge in one of the mountain 1 fell asleep, Tho first thing in tho districts" told the sheriff to call in morning 1 looked at my handkerchief, and there, as I hope to seo John Itiddlispiker Lochinvar Hanks heaven, was 11 big, black spider Tho sheriff, after almost dislocating title, crushed dead. The next day my his jaw over this euphonious finally ushered Mr. J. I!. L. Hunks eye liegan to pain and swell, and up to the r when I couldn't it any longer into the courtroom nnd judge's stand, they sent 1110 to tho hospital. "What is it, votir honor.'" said" Mr. "They put poultices on the eye, Hanks. but that didn't help it any, and soon "Ah," said the judge, rubbing hit the pain bpread to tho right eye. 1 went to the hospital regularly, and hands, "I only wanted to ask yi.u for a chew of that excellent tobacco 0110 day a youug doctor lanced my right eye. It didn't hurt much, but you gave 1110 yesterday," Citizen. Ho got it. D.ill'Hi (da. I felt him cutting something, and his hand over my face was the last thing A for rup.i. 1 over saw. I was stone blind. lie Little Pet I de.--s those biscuits never behoved tho spider story, but it was either that, sir, or his lanco mamma made wastlest wight, wasn't they? that blinded me." Papa Yes, they were delicious. That is her story, and the niatioii Little Pet I didn't try zeni, but I of the institution and all tho other knew zay was, inmates believe it. New York Sun. Pap- a- You did ; How; Little Pet You didn't say a word Hilt! Tfl'lll I. Hit, One often reads of the ait by utaait zeni, Good News. which the naturalist is able to reItc.ll .tlllll. store tho skeleton of an animal from Musk that is, tho nonuino grain 11 single bone, and in fact a good many mistakes have been niado from tho musk dour is now worth through overconfidenco 011 tho part its weight in gold, so raro lias it tht wild eyed littlo animal of learned men in reconstructing fosfrom which it is obtained having masils by theory from terial. Hut thelitis no puibility of been very iiiw'j .lenninated from A full grown mihtaking tho testiiii.Jii', ill mled by its Asiatic li musk deer wil about an oiuico tho teeth. Thev 1. ib.ut 'In ot' i aro found in n tho grains, inannor of ovisleiH'' i' i' i'. in ie in tlioskin i'i iu abdomen. Tho ti mer owner givni', ,ic. ni.u. uiiiis aro no larger than a pea, and '. , , habits 'li"' ... i,i;in , t. ... i im u im'H .iino oi uicmaiouss tin-ti- . head. Tho musk is sol'l in tho mar-- , TI.'i- - .: In ili.ltC til It 1' "1 it i'i tlio pods or sacs in which it is ' - in t Jut oliji ei .Hi', loi l.n" but is frequently adulterated. !i - il i.v are fiuimt j" i tli" So luuiiy of tho deer havo been killed ..I ,11'i'serratioii ih "". ' - ' 1" bcfoio reaching maturity that tho Ijl'S .1 were i d ! which averago musk bag imported, either I'lll'V I'll by tlio mighty reptil.s Illtl'l'Vll'W 111 Chinese or Russian, will not exceed IllllIlDllS (ll half an ounco in weight. ittir. Tho adulteration of musk is mtiilo Slllllt.t!' Illiltrl. possible by tho uso of ti seed known At Uell Street hall, Dundee, in as tho musk seed. It grows in India. January, ISM, tlio picssmo of tho Tho Chinese musk is prized tho most crowd ir,'iiiiist tho gate's nt tlio tup of but is mora open to suspicion than tln st, urease lending to the luiH tho Russian, which is seldom found ctuised tiuiti to ,'is'u way, and somo with tho sao broken, Thero nro people li 11. Tho ciowd liohind iimo many artificial musks, and our comcenily push 'tl on, thinking tlmt the mon muskrat yields a pod that is tlio doors were opened, mid on that short only near approach to tho genuine Hight of thirteen steps nineteen peo imported musk. Interview in Now ilo woro crusiieU to (tenth nnd ninny York Evening Sun. o ' -1 1 ns 11 1 . 1 wbole-sw.illiiwind. ln-a' ! , ' i 1 . 111 I u-'V who Mark Twain says in "Roughing 1 was lespeetod in Nevada for having "killed his 1111111.'' In physique, as the writer renieniliers him, ho was .is perfect a specimen of manhood as ever walked in lunciusins or woro a pair of cavalry b its, and Bill was n dandy at times m attire a regular frontier dude. Ho stood alxnit t! feet 'J inches tall, had a lithe waist and loins, broad shoulders, .small feet, bony and .supple hand- -, with tailoring lingo., quick to feel the cards or pull the trigger of a revolver. His hair was auburn in hue, of tho tint brightened but not reddened by tho sunlight. Ho had a clean, clear cut except a thin, face, clean drooping, sandy brown mustache, which ho woro and twirled with no success, oven in getting an upward twist at either end. Brown haired as ho was, he had clear gray eyes. Ho had a splendid countenance, amiable in look, but linn withal. His luxuriant growth of hair fell in ringlets over his shoulders. There was nothing in his appearance to lietokeu the dead shot and frequent murderer except his tread. He walked like n tiger, and aroused, he was as ferocious and liitile.ss as one. Bill's means of livelihood ut the ' time ho was in Hayes City, went uu- -' questioned, and there is no reason ' for agitating the subject at this Into day. As "a killer," however, Bill put himself on record very shortly after coming to Hayes City. His first exploit was a double hot, a right and left The writer witnessed the affair. Two 111011 uimo out of lorn Drum's and walked toward the newly 1nnlt (k'IMjt- - surrounded by a raised platform. Each man had a pistol drawn, when suddenly from a group ot tour or live "crack! crack! went two pistol shots and Wild Bill stood on tho edge of tho platform with a smoking bone handled revolver in each hand, and the two men who had been npproachnig the platform were seen to totter, stumble forward and fall. Death was instantaneous in each case, as if Jove had hurled a bolt at the men. A row over cards the night before caused the double death and a double tuneral as soon as tho corpses could be prepared for interment. St. Louis I! '.ublie. 1 j "the ."lade" of western Kansas, the man "op" on Bill. Wild Bill in those, days was gip brown's inov bitters litllir 1 .iiiti'.Miti'iii' tin' Ut Itunaii ll.ill.iouk S l"l'ii lor I I' tlortoii I. IVIIx n I'Toin-n- Mi. 11.I1) In i'hi'Ii in. mill tT.I, .llllj t'lillll rollti II." .111.1 II11' III. I II. tolxT. M.'ll.ll) In .l.lllllir), 11. Csv-r-t I'oirit I't'jiln" llli' l.iliu:il . s lit laix3. Oi'lolicr Mo In 1.i Id Hard or 5oft Water mi.l A. J. 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I uii'l Km ".' ini.'o. tl'u' BANK ( llhli . 'iillK-iilr! l Uii 1, nt II hi J I ii .i.n.in.' r ill 0WEHSB0H1 NATIONAL ittx m h it t vi U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Ky. IlllA I ( 111 Wltl ft Iiii: tl ui. i utj ir in pr ti in uli i fr V, . I O.VrAIM:, 'I'm 'ii.i mil fit if. lilt. 13 ut uli I. n uu unfit tl (il , , M.4-lSX-A-IS-JSIiEji lih. O'H I. ill salt in rout, i tiinrnli.l limlii'jr, .iv'i I.. kii r..r iix It imtiit llmi'inii-- i It iiiii-liiui. iH.tnl .uu.ii,lJ i.ii, r i.mti-- l for ttto).-n- i i or i uu iMnioiii.int miiiri'Mi Mill Ii .1 I.l iM'tlll'Ilt " ' ui,l 111 I'll ftllt'tltit ll tii.il . ii to ti no Ir.iiivuti"iiit In ,1I. 1'iit" . .liiT, r. nt lni.'.ii'tt".t..t luiriiti It w ill V.i-iIt kI ... tl tinii mi ti. oii of in. In ;. ik. It i hIm' u aro in:,n init lul If I.v.kiiii Iimih- - Minn u.t-- l uli'l n thirl I k V 'in'i liraur mi'l f r wllli Cut dilution l..'Unn.l Itivi-l.ruiAlliHliii.in!. Il hi nl. I. .i'i niHlinml t'iflii kjIih. ' Itl.n liniuliiiirlv It .' furiii-li- iVimMniitlnii till'' ., .1 1) ll ti 275,000. $Accounts of Fa linv Security For Deposits uoikuuMnr n. lVri.i prWiiDMuhiK ui i uli"i- - iixl in tin ir ulii'l) titnt to fie 1'iiMin . Sj'iri' lii(lin lit U- pn tit ii I) iiij'l.i mnuvu in iiit.n .ui'li 1. . II, I .I4H..SO.N A CO I, J'.tli uiul Mum t., Uu Ihi 1. i9iUU ViSV.UV EAST STROUDSOURC, lrirC. CO., PA. ti.rii'-l- Our Qeni's Phacion, "- - ' ers a ihJ alty, on time v Mei'cluiiits a Speci(- - o DO MtV 11 n ( kih l.ll VtT i ,'' IHHY, tl"lll IS . Il I htl'MIH urd Mild I deposits licits your business. SoLAWSON RENO, interest paid Cashlor. 'tn nil itiuutr)? .i in I iMi- t 11 ei 11- mi I hiiitfit rnpj u( "t pi-- 1 (I Othsi.i (hi i'Ii --' mt imiiiMii mi tl pup r .tilt tnt-u1- ). VlliM Ii Ulll lit' Hi .Mill IIMrt llfitltlitUl nt thu j mi li in hail fur 111 in) mNj.t leh tnjoUiH utiiiiU r i"intntu- - liini'ln N ( U n irnm otiii In'" iihl ciitlf in n w ntih)fi'iuiipiii-l-iitfruin x; il tli if i tlioi- - nt th 4piiiiti i in in tir uoiii'iii vOmi Ii i imi tuiiuil in- or In r tiP'uil) In 'Mi' " OMtNur tli" 'ol-l- i DptMiihltiit). ttitiin Ii, n (i)ltuti ftifit, lUtt(ti, ol uttiiu- fitiit mm iii- - tr II lll" ion ROOMY. LIGHT. liion, M.-- s ELEGANT. on r full ". ' t i" J 'P I fV mi rm w ,IE aa m ) r.":-- i p"n SHK FWmB? iiirrvi:i:.v furt.itnlnKiicuf line uf tttu am work. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, nil .HIRES NOTHfHQ BUT PILES. ' ".own ,ir..ll) ?itniPrtlrcyr and ., (. &. peM. - - pvery table. 3UnS nnd CERTAIN CURE for 15 years ac tho DEST ,:r." l.lli:i"H-.- uDY FOR I OII Ut t). 4 0., PILES. 0113. sr LOUSVILLE PULLMAN MEMPHIS, BOMS, VEHICLES, CARTS. I'm- - i'iiii nsi'i:i'.si.v I'hytltliiii't ti'iuinint.'ii'flt. I'Otllc. Otmil.ifc All ikiik-kB'i It. tl in bu truilu murk mnl crts-t'- il i iii linn m uru llrnttii'n Iron lllllrrn. BUFFETSIeeping Cars' riiO.M AN'I) TO " ir I.OI'lVII.I,i:.Mi:.MI'IIIH.VI'lNII!lt it ton iiji:.iiini m:w oui.iM.vr, l III You can got the The Quick and Desirable Route TO AND I'OM Hartford Uui'ujilic-a- n and tlio Now York Trihuno one Nun Ynrk I'lilliu'elplilii llaltlmiiro NurTulk ()i I'niiit L'l.rnliirt IticliiiiiUiil HiiHiiIii Cli'vul'iiul '1'nloilii CliliUKn lliilliinn.iil CllU'lllllllti l.tmlstlllii Eastorn and Northoastorn Points f'r S1.25, cash. SubscrUio now. war ,,, uiul Mrniplils VickulmrK llutiin Kmix Ntiw Orli'itn- - Miilulo l.illl'i Itbt'l, Hot lntf ffi Wivl Tuiiiips- ,SiiIng'i rtiiil uru 'I'lixim ArlHii-iii- i .lli.li.niiii I.uuUliiim arid tl'ii S mlh mid M()UTIHVi'.ST. 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I" J. ll.Tlrliriior linn Aicnlit llt'iM i'i' Iiiiiu, or 'I'liulliu li Uli'l Danler in Horses, llugirios, Curriiiius, Iload Carts, Owensboro nil 'Wagons. i''ll CSJSaddlo or Iliirnoss Horses forsalo or hire nt tiincs."g W.H.ProutTiGea'l Pass. Ayt.,LiiiiiTille, Kt, and Onlnm Untlti cunil at tiuuiu with- out iialo.llook n.M.MOOMXV.M.I. On.un tlrcniabciivil and etilarucd. oral . iIjus tt.ii.JK.il, I.unt Manhood KcKnrotl, nrk'uk', uualc I uck,loM of memory, dlulni, ncnmi-ncs- s WHISKEY Atlanta. Oa. omcolw;iVhllcliaUhU FO TIIK lt,0"D, diecitlou and Wcakucu. Mulurla. lilliousiiosa. tuke N'a s. nioN b;- - all Jealcn w For alo It enrei qulcLlr. genulno. loi uedlcla FREE di.'HH', r.lv.u' .ll.uiin.. IIIiciiiiiiiiIhiii. Trial. Why Hiifltrlriiiii Ilii'Ui'lillitln uf llif pittb: urakiun turn! Ly tlio I'fini 4'lly IlrniPtl leu. il.OOpcr box; tlx lioxrifur IA.OU. A nrl'tcn cuaranlco of ruro wild every rtx l.nxoi. vr.y VUU MJnaou.Tir..niiK. riTV mi'.iiu'ai. coxpaivv, .orlli Second Utnct, fUllu., L'tu Pi'iid unmri Inr pflrllcuUni t Ilia l'il,.... dl.S.I.Slli.iui.l tl.Mf.atifli'.l. .Mno Klrt'lrlit TrnsHtH un.l Ilnx llatturlrt. tii hum, mnl iru.irunttfl Inlimt lor twiri. A 11. ud 'otiiiitlilnslotry llifin, 'mi tu I'li'i. MeilicHl iijtkt', Write to.tlty, lUlli.ry I'Oiul.liR'.f, uml irniuii'u nilli.'ii'iil (lUewHim .iiinri'. irlfttiiii.lfiill'rtli.uliiiH, A J.litMi. uu, Jt'llll, llplroll, Mich. AKi'iilu Wiuili'il. ! 11 nliw-k- , T"X I.nllrli'r, I.nmn Hm-k- . Kl.lncjr mnl Inillui'Kiinii. Iiti.i'iiil. nu v li ilnl ut tti'iiknrnH. i.r thrr . M mnl Ui j on In lii'iillli. (Ilru.lmiif irllrveti itn.'ll Kli'tlrl'IIV "III I'm.' DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT