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JO, 8, R05ERS, i wuftl SUBSCRIBE ro tiii: Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IRE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, IERHS-1- 1.25 Pep him, Id Advance. PB Lid $1.25 per year. iw r VOL. Y. FOR CIRnUIT JUDGE. which HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. W. II. Barnes, in a fow clo. quent words introduced to the audience, Prof. O. M. Shultz, of Hartford College.who made a delightful address on Columbus and his wonderful works through life. After which H. Foster camo forward and addressed the audience in his iiiict pleaiint way.tclling them of the happy hours ho had spent on the grounds of old Alexander. It h useless to tell how much his speech was enjoyed by those present for every word fired tho hearts of his L. II. Ihrnctt then the crowd in a few appropriate remarks, which closed the evDaisy Diuni:. ening exercises. ed NO. 14. gay with the National Colors. In tho the scoolhntuc. It was nn enjoyable center of a flag draped arch suspended allitir and one long to bo remembered. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Hartford may not ho freo from bad from the ceiling hung a largo star, on One night last week a thief forced J". boys, Blind Timers nnd rats, but she which was a largo letter C. in gilt. his way into tho store of Mr. Heflin, is free from public enterprie, sideThe Chapel was hung with flag". The of this community, ATTORNEY AT LAM', and by his iu walks and railroad accidents. st.ige was beautifully decorated with genuity procured ninety dollars. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. origin eoierpci lings, tlowors, pictures Strnge, hut true, n ten dollorgohl Snoring in church. otrvi. Who ever and autumn leaves in front. On each piece was left, not only j,,. , Wf ,,,, in same pock Grloaaa. 5a "Vvrod.caia.G-HARTFORheard of tho like? It is an nboluto side of tho stage was a laige picture ct, but in the sn mo purse, which the tact that a man actually went to of Columbus, which were draped ninety dollars was taken. sleep in a Hartford church and snored with flags. KY. Viewed as a whole the A. C. Shaver and family visited (Office, so loud he woke another man who was beautiful anil well calculatrelatives in Livennore Saturday night iih)n'!.!,U.';i!T over I,"irriorinliialllli. m .oi,rt o had dozed of! into the aims of Mored to inspire into tho heart n deeper nnd Sunday. onJT. Appeal. mention xiviti to rritnnml pm tico and pheus. What lack of interest on the love of patriotism and beside this, the collection., Hon. Wesley Crowe attended CoTlniJIjr " part of supposed christians. Is it heart and mind of the C. N. C. stu- lumbus exercises ntthis place Friday possible that wo Imve christian men dents with alaudable pride in their and gave an (IKS. I). I ADAH!. interesting talk, exhortin Hartfoid who are so full of religAlma Mater. Gen. D. L. Ailiiir, tho ilcpnb- ing tho young folks to a thorough ion as not to need more? Or was it The exercises consisted of vocal nnd preparation lor the duties of life. licun nominee for Circuit Judge, is a HARTFORD, KY. ffiTNAVILLE. the sermon was so goou that his men- instrumental music, declamations nnd Will practice hi. profeMloti in Ohio nn,! .((Join-Inresident of Hnucock county, where The following are tho report of Bimsie. counties, and tlm court of Appeal, hpeci. tal power failed to comprehend the speeches, all of which where well renfor the pant forty yenrs he has prac District No. 70, for tho month endSA .NANA!, INJKCTOR free will, e.eli e attention glten to collection. lull meaning of same, and he thought dered, especially ticcd liiw, farmed mid run & newspa Office nortli ile public squire. tho recitation, of Slillojn CftUfrJ JierjijJjreWeent ing Octoger L'8. 1892: TS7IT he would rest from the turmoil of ev "What Columbus Tauihi" bvMiss Hold by Z. Wnj ne Onffln A Dro. per. While lie has never heen a pol. Alfred Loyd SK), Era Loyd 09, E. D. OUFFY. . II. ItlNRO. iticinn in the coninion ncccptntion of Lemuel Coleman 95, John Martin 90, ery day life? The latter is supposed Dorsey.teacher ofelecution in the C. Report r N. C. 6s the term, lie has always taken n lcep Fred McCIary98. Billy Pavno 99. to have been tho cause. ut school District No. 51, month At the close of the exercises here ending October 21, 1892: interest in elections, und linn always Minor Loyus 90, Frank McKinley It happened recently nt a neighbor, everybody repaired to the public school lieen found fighting on the side of the 99, Willie Hayncs98, Corba Harris. May Rogers 100, Nella McCoy 100, W".lirr'lctl?e.ll?llc'",rl" of Ohio And adjoining .MKKTrf ALL DAILY He has held on 90, Jim Stoy 90, Ben Bice 98, ing Fair that a premium was offered building, where the township exercises Ella McCoy 99, Tela McCoy Oo'.Cosio rountles. ami In Hup. rmr Court and Court orAp people againt the -and all leKal attended to. '"Collation E.Jlarki-Office, r,o.:i.'3 tIIarlford, Ky. These exercises McCoy 98, Mamio Stevens 100, Nona An editor were to tnkc place. the office if County Attorney of Walter Harrison 90, Tom Brown GO. for tho "worst turnout." his county, nnd Ims on several occn-Ho- 1 heodorc Howe 90, Lou Brown 90, of a paper inn rural district was to were exactly the program given in the Stevens 100, Antha Malin 100, Lnu-- ra been by the Ilnwcsville Lattie Stoy 90, Ethel Westcrfield 90, bo tho hero of tho gallant struggle for September number of the EducationMalin 99, Netta Sulser 100, Maude which is opposed to him, repeat- Hattie Blown 99, Mamie Block 90, the honors of carrying off the blue al Courant of Louisville, Ky. bar, They Taylor 97, Elm Taylor 98, Lessie TayAR0BME7 A! LAW, edly, to rervens special Circuit Judgo Inis Phillips 90, Ida Simpson 100, ribbon. Time rolled on 'til Saturday were well rendered and were enjoyed lor 100, Virgio Taylor 100, Lilly TO ALL. 3C"S". came und with it camo this editor, by the andience. in the alienee of Judge Little. Ho Nettie Brock 100, Eliza Stoy 99, MaBurgess 100, Leo Stevens 100, Clara As I sit hero at my table, my mind Leach 100, Jake Leach is considered authority, on all points of ry McKinley 99, Viola Miller 99, with him came a colored man.He was 100, Oscar 1R. 12. Wed-di-tig-, all diked nut in rags and tattered travels back to the schools of Ken and is perhaps the Lest tjualificd law, Alma Phillips 90, Vera Loyd 90, 1U0, George Taylor 98, Flem 2 In 1880 he was Bcic Loyd 90, Katie Thornton 95, clothes, riding a poor old horse that tucky mm 1 wouder what some of Taylor 100, Leslie Leach 100, man in tho District. Clyde e the editor and proprietor of the Tiny Harrison 90, Lizzie Miller 90, even blushed to be caught in such a them, whose teachers I kuow, nre do- Leach 100, Henry Sulser 100, Chas. ALIKK. ing; nnd more than ever I feel n loss Stevens 100, John Ballot, the only Weaver and Emma Lyons 98 Missouri Loyd 95, crowd. He was well masked and Malin 98, Chester (Office In Crowder Ilullding.) of something, I can hardly define, at Leach 100, Henry Leach 99, who he was. Will practice his profession In all the court, in Western Ky., anil Maggie Miller 99, Corda Harrison 99, Chamber organ ol Joe ""iolnliK counties. Al.o Notary being so far nway from the field of Malin 100. Pnblle SPECIAL ATTENTION it was through his p.ipet's influence Vana Newton 90. vHnJaiy Nettie Rooeus, that Hancock county, which had It is rather hard to believe there labor that claims the best eflorts of Those falling below 90 are as folTeacher. Given to the Traveling been ctrongly Democratic, litis lows: are such organizations as suicide my future life. IIIMMI'N 0 ATA It It II Remedy- .- potltlre HVE. While teacher and pupils are encarried by the Cireenbickers. Gen. Sofa Heating 50, Maggie Newton clubs, yet a New York printer who cure for t'ntarrh, Diphtheria and Public. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Adair, ua. also, a member of the 70, Ella Spencer 15, Dora Board 89, took his own life recently, is said to joying the fruits of their labors for Sold by Z. Waino Orlllir. 4 Bro. Greenback Slate Central Committee. Fred Hosting 25, Henry Harrison 85, have been a member of such nn or- the success of I hone thov . DISTRICT NO. 32. Will practlcflhlsprofesslonln.il the Courts ot At the dissolution of the Green Arthur Phillips 80, Henry Lyons 80, ganization, nnd to have killed himself will not forget that ahead of them Oct. 25. Our svhool under the Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of I mean the display he became a Republican Ira Brock 85, Ira Chewning 29, Chas. in accordance with the pledge he had lies a rich goal. back I'arty, Appeals. Special attention to collection. on account of its l'rotectiou ideas,and Martin 75, Floy Rice 80, Jim Mc. made on joining. Each member was of the children's work at our next management of Prof. J. E. DavidOffice, orcr Williams, Bd A Co. druglore. son, celebrated tho This is something worth has since olliciatcd with that party, Clary 50, Sara Spencer 75, Mollie to set a time for ending his lifo and Iustitue. working for and somotbitis thnt ann'versary of Columbus' discovery Two years Newton 80, Nora Baize 89, Mary carry out the agreement. exempt on two occasions. If there fir- ' really be a suicide club in existence should shape, to a certain cxtent.each of America with the following pro- ago he supported Hourland,tlic Peo- Baize 89, Archie Rice 75. Es'tell Millfi'V" ' ur i7i I i- days work in tho schoolroom. marching from the Miss gram: :e ple's I'arty nominee for Congress, er 79, Ben Newton 50, Junius Miller it bears witness to the maniacal tenrAbJ&Yv against W. T. Kills, the Democrat- 89, Cleveland Loyd 89, Lawrence dency of human nnturo when it cuts Lucy Townsend writes rae that she old schoolhouso to tho new one. iiipm ilMf. vs.vr MiHl ic candidate, and lift year, John Cul- - Brown 85, George Spencer 15, Ed itself looe from the bonds of moral has two students prepnring for the Second, .'saluting the flag. Third, wis V htY common school examination next recitations by the pupils. Fourth, a len, the People's Party candidate for Rice 80, Albert Payne 89, Ivdell restraint. spring. Miss Lucy is a wideawake very able speech by Rev.J.W.Keown, tho LegHaturc, against Tom Taylor, Board 89, Charlie Payne 75, Anion j. & teacher and will not fail to make her who gave the pupils some good advice. a Democrat. Me stands well with the Loyd 80, Ed Corley 89. In certain classes of society there school all that an Ohio county school He also spoke of tho school being a Republicans, as evinced by that ParMiss Sali.yi: Mai Collman, are individuals who ought to be exshould be. How many others in the luccess and encouraged the patrons to ty giving him the nomination unsoTeacher. cluded, and that is the timid, bashful county will do the same? When I support their teacher. Prof. Davidis not making licited. Gen. Adair young man, the one who seeks to stab remember how mnuy bright nnd pro- son closed tho exercises with an interan active canvas'', but will see or I.ntif'i rovdlrliir. iiimc the bw an unsuspecting frieud in the back gressive teachers were members of esting talk, subject: "The meaning a llr.sl-clas- s reach all the voters by circular, before frry to I li.althy this nretrwy. In order and then sneak oil', ns any cowardly OFFICE OVER RED FRONT our Institute last summer I am con of Four Centuries." The school acquit-te- d Han-coc- k the election. Information from cur would, nnd then boast of his itself with honor, showing they strained to believe that our schools indicates that he will receive the Is prepared to do all kinds of LIVERMORE. and say'how ho had treated this year will show a great stride for- had made progress whilo at school. Dental work Oct, 24. Health is good hew, ex- such a person, never support of his pccplo regardless of at reasonable prices. thinking as to Wo regard Mr. Davidson as ono of there are sever- what steps he had taken to do so. ward in progress. politics and that ho and Mr.Xeal will cept whooping-cougOnly three weeks now until tho tho ablest teachers that ever receive a nice majority inthat county. al cases at present. Some young men nre bravo about close ot tho first terra of school here. taught in Union District. Rev. Campbell began n series ot whatever comes up, not county do likewise. Let Ohio caring what I find tho work of the scientifics very A Patron, meetings ut New Bethel Sunday. We happens, nor whether anyone ap- interesting nnd I'OII IIIMi:r.MA nml I.iiiT t'ompUiut enough to keep me jim Into pnnlt-i- l K"arntr nnriny Uitllf o wish him success in his eflorts to win proves of it or not. This is the hoy NIlIIiOII'NCurewill immediately relieve croup very busy at work. inh' ViIkIIi!. SjI.I liy. Whjiio (irillli.Ur souls to Christ. to bo admired; this is one who will whooping cough and Just now I am very much concern- W.toe Orlffiu A Bro. bronUiitli. Sold by Z. Mrs. Felix Harris is on the sick command the respect and confidence Tho Chicago Lodgor ed about tho writing of my first fitiale, list this week. of his fellow beings. Not the ono Is twenty years old and has a circutho subject of which is"Grecian Art." Ed Burton nnd Shelby Buckler took who will do UNION. anything, no matter lation of 110, 000 copies a week. It part in a fist and skull knock-dowIt seems that nothing was ever so Oct. 25. Dav Williams, who has or- is n combined story und family paper, what, just to rob another person of hard before. I will closo now, but if boon so near doath's Sunday. We think this is n delightsome pleasure that is due him and door for the past fully up to the times in every partic- ful way in which so many keen the that he would have had had it not I get my finale written, well I will month, is improving. ular, and handsomely illustrated. come again during vacation. Sabbath. We think if the majority been for this blot on decent Charlie Hooker and wife, nnd Miss society. There is n Fashion Department, nnd did GltAZIA. not delight iu intoxication it Mary Brown, of South Carrollton, BURTON. nlso a Young People's Department, could T'j, very easy bo abauJoned. . HE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIQHT AND A very funny incident has just re- WHY Will, YOU coneli when Hhlloli'. Cue visited friends and relatives at Beav cither of which alone is worth tho NEW ANO MY COMPLEXION 18 BETTER. C. A. Shaver made a flying trip to III give Immediate relief. Price id cts., 60 ct. er Dam and Union, last week. cently come to light, relating to some subscription price of $2,00 per year, Pond nd 91. Sold l.y Z. Wnjno Orlffln A Ilro. Green Sunday. Miss Oma rr .n .Ti-rr-rMiss Lilly Calowny, who was the ".."' yv m of Hartford's young men while in SI. 00 for six months, or 50 cents for Hoover Iw. ItWcaUid hm tm vreittuvui went to Owensboro Friday reguest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas attendance at the Oweusboro Fair. three mouths. Send for freo speciThe Saturday Blade turning Saturday. Bill Ellis lectured Two Marks tho Opening 0111)0 Bennett, for tho past two weeks, has young men wero to take a couple Is tho greatest newspaper for men copies and inducements wonder of FALL ami WINTKR THADE. clubs. Boys nnd girls everywhere here Saturday evening to a large of young ladies to the Fair oue mornroturnod to her home near Beda. the age. It is four years old nnd has : crowd. OKAIOU JT. WOUIMtAItU. L.l.UV. Miss Mamie Reed, accompanied by ing, nud had prepared everything for a circulation of over a quarter mill-ioare mnking money selling tho Ledger m We oiler for vour inspection a J. K. Shaver & Son happened to shirting, even had Thad Barnard, of tho Liberty neighto regular customers. Write for para team prepared, copies a week. Tho latest sensa the misfortune of losing a fine horse anticipating a grand time. Two oth" tions aim tho most marvelous events borhood, was the guest of her ticulars. Address the publisher, W. Thursday. .1TM)1 It died almost instantly er boys were "on D. Boyce, llil, 115 and 117 Fifth Goorgo Roid and wife, of the to" tho nflaii,' nnd are written up in the best style and Of New and Desirable Goods at while in the harness. started out to the Fair on a car. Soon fully illustrated. Subscriptions re- Ejuality neighborhood Saturday and Thcro was a mask party given at Vory Reasonable Prices avenue, Chicago. . after them camo tho young ladies in ceived at 2.00 per year, $1.00 for Sunday. the hotel Wednesday eveuiug by tho AT TIIK Conchlnir I.chiIh to 'on,iiiiitloii, question, leaving the other boys with six mouths, or 50 The social at C. T. Barnard's last Ki'iu' lltlaoni ton Uioruiighut oikt. cents for three Several present and their young Indies. hired rig to come by themselves. months. Send for freo specimen night, was quite a pleasant affair. a nice time, well enjoyed by all. CREAM Of course the joko was too good to KINDERHOOK. Robert Plummer sold his crop of copies. Jioys everywhere are making Lii.mi:, McOct. 2J5. Miss Rhodu Hipsley, keep so they told tho girls about tho big money selling the Blade on tho hurley tobacco to Mr. Gordon, at 0 Lean county, is visiting friends nud arrangements after they had reached streets. Write for particulars. IMPORTED SUITINGS around. C. T. Barnard sold his crop AdCatarrh Cannot be Cured tho grounds. Tho second two boys dress -From.tho fashion centres of Europe. relatives in this nnd adjoining neigh OR t?0 YEARS the publisher, W. D. Boyce, tq John Navo at $5.50 around. A. C. with local applications, as thoy started back to borhoods. AMERICAN FABRICS town, meeting the oth- 113, 115 and 117 5th aveuue.Chicago. Stovons has stripped about five hunHas lod all Worm Remedies. Miss Mattio Chiiiu, Beda, spent cannot reach the seat of tho disease. er boys on the way, driving along by In new und beautiful patterns. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. m dred pounds of his tobacco. is a blood or constitutional several days last week in this neigh- Catarrh themselves, not thinking anybody GOLD KTr.YWIIBni:. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS Jo, Honry Reid raised aboat 150 No one doubts that Dr. Sago's Cadisease, and iu order to euro it you knew rr!rir.n7i:Hiiii:Dsowmn::i.u.II c,. .t.iocis. about the affair. Upon "being tarrh Remedy .IMll ,111 In fait and winter novelties. borhood, the guest of Mrs. Addle ilT.l.i really cures Catarrh, worth of tobacco and about the same must take internal remedies. Hall's asked where the ladies Ward. were, they rewhether tho disease bo recent or of of corn. Girls, Jo.is a nice young man Mrs. Win. Ward. Sr., left last Catarrh Cure is taken iuternally, and plied: "We took them out to the Our iiiiiiip nn nil)' 1'iirknKC iiirmi-- i long stauding, because the makers ot nnd has a good farm and would it I.OUIftVIM.K, NT. 1.0VIN A acts directly on tho blood and muTKX. R. R. BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices week for Hardin county, where she cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is rnirnnd we arc coming bacK to see it clinch their faith in it with a 8500 not bo nico for some nice girl to Looiirille, Si, Louis & Ten. will bo absent several weeks, visiting you all." Everything wus plain then. ailwaj. cuarnnteo, which isn't a mere newspa- propose before leap year is out? not a quack mediciue. It was pre- The gallant 5,000 Fall and her brother. young men wero left, nnd per guarantee, but "on call"in a mo Several from Union attended tho scribed by one of thp best physicians all Cloaks, Latest Styles, 8CHEDIJI.K IN EKKKCT NOV. I, 111. Mrs. V. D. D. Stevens spout last they could do was to exact a ment. That moment is when you Columbian Celebration nt Beaver No.61, No.M, in tho couutry for years, nnd is a regweek in Hartford. $2M0 la $35 each. promise that it should novcr be told. WEST HOUM. Hally. Daily. prove that its makers can't euro you. Dam, Friday night. Suporintenuont, ular prescription. It is composed of Lv. Louisville 7:13 a. m. o ti p. mi Tho Tattler is always on the insido of Rev. J. R. McAfeo spent Saturday The reason for their faith is this: Dr Rogers mado a nice; C. Co and Sunday in this community. tho best tonics known, combined with West Point (.11 a. in, 7.2U p. m. appropriate everything, consequently ho caught Sage's remedy has Ilraudcnburg 9.17 n, in. S.U7 p. nu proved itself tho speech, which was enjoyed by all. tho best blood purifiers, acting di238 Fourth A v., Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Steele, of on to the affair and it is too good to Irvlngton 9.4 a. m. 8 37 p. in. right euro for ninety-nin- e out of one Tho oxorcisos by the little ones in rectly on the mucous surfaces. The keep. Stephmsport p. m. lu.il a. m. "Hartford, worotho guests of Mrs. A. Tho two gallant young men hundred cases of Catarrh in 10.44 a. m. 0.40 p. in. Cloverport tho Head charge of Miss Gibson wero splon-'Store pertect combination ot the two in- had lweek. C. Ellis one day last gone to considerable expense to and the World's Dispensary 11:11 n. in. 10.10 p. in Hawesville Medical is Lenlsport S. B. F. ll:Mn. in. Hi.ll p. in. J. W. Stevens, wife nnd son, Da gredients what produces such won- get loft, but they cau cousolo them-solv- Association can allord to take the Owensboro 12: Hi p. m. inn p. m. derful results in curing Catarrh. with tho fact that they were risk vid, went to UweusDoro i'riuay, Hpottsville I ,M p. m. U.M p, in. of you being tho ono hundredth. Send for testimonials, free. 1:J p. in. li '.M a. in, "lIAfKMirTAI'K," luting und frKrn r. Hondersoi Saturduy. not tho only ones who ever got left. The only question is are you will- perfume, l'nco 2S nd 6u cent. Sold l.y Z. F.J. CHENEY A CO., No., No.M, Wo can boast of having one of the The Tattler readily sympathizes with nyne (Irlllln A Dr.. KtsrnOU.ND. imiiy Dull). ing to make tho test, if tho makers Props., Toledo, O. beet school teachers in the comity. them. Lv. Henderson 7:19 a. in. 3: Up. ni. aro willing to take the risk? If so, Sold by druggists, prico 75c. fr lm 71.17 ..m. Bpottsvllle Columbus day was highly enjoyed J7p. in. YOU WA.T TOXAIIKY, or do ,ou the rest is easy. You pay your wish sociul letter. Irom (ruitlemen and ladle. 1.27 a. in. 4:3 p. in. Owen.boro by the teacher and pupils of the AlexI.ewisport ofculture.ndineainlroin.il over the. countrv druggist 50 cents and tho trial beo.o'ia.m. AW p.m. DANVILLE, IND. AKF. YOU MA lit; mn'riililo ty o, jut send ono ton cents aDd recelt e . copy of 9.3.1 u, m, J.iJp.m ll.wesviile ander school. At 10 o'clock Friday Contlmlion, Dliilnfj", losof Appetite, Yellow Oct, 11. Today has been a gala gins. If you'ro wanting the 8500 Iu ol ., ni. 5.57 p. in. Cloverport ino eieiiim matrimonial paper culled O.akoi morning tho students of this school, Kklnl 3hlliili'8 Vilalner n a 'oltve cure day, the people of Danville Step.ensport nnd es- you'll get something better A CURE IIlomo.i. which will Mlord you more healthfiti ii.IJp.ni, 8uc ,y Y. Wu) ne (I rlfflci & Uro. which is under 'tho management of enjoyment than j ou have had for manyad.yi each Irvlngton U.M n. in, 7.03 p. m, pecially for all interested in the Brandenburg number contains hundred, of letters Irom younic .. Uisu, m, 7:11 p.m. Prof, W, 'II. Barnes, assembled at ladle, and gentlemen wantlnKcorrcspondcnta from West Point 12,03 p, in. 8 03 p Dr. Fonnor's Salt Rhoum Oint- schooh, both tho High nnd Normal SHINKLE CHAPLE. thcsclioolhouso for thopurposo of those orthooppn.ilesexj If there Is l.oop, m, 9.IO p. in. man or Ar. Louisville Oct. 20. Tho Columbus celebrament is tho "grandest modicine ever Schools. woman who Ims not found or her affinity tho day in honor of this wonAt 8 o'clock tho commemoration tion at this place was a success boyoutl hero's the gol len opportunity. Ms Address Olxoi Ta.lns No. 61 and Nu. 5.1 make Conor, lion at niatlo by man." For all skin erupIrvl.gton (Sunday derful num. The 'morning exercises trains exorcises of tho C. N. C. began, Tho all expectations. A program had tn0M, room 1J, It, llovlnton street, Huston, tllle, Harlinsburv excepted) with It. II., on Louis, tions. Warranted to satisfy or monA Western e.it and Ius. 38 ly, consisted of declamations, west bound. For further Information, address ey roturned. Forsale by L.B.Beun. College was beautifmlly decorated, been prepared nnd was carried out to orations' and select reading, which II. C, MOKIiUK, (len. IVrAg't. The front of tho magoificient now tho letter. Addresses and recitations TUB RKV. GKO.U. THAYER, of Bourbon Lmiliville, Ky. 'were enjoyed by those present. After Iml., ..jit "Moth myself, nd wife owe our live. college building was covered with, were tho order of tho 'day, interspers$75.00 to H50,fl0worwnttrr. ttoNIIIMilfN t'ONNITMl-TIO.CURE. which a sumptuous dinner was enjoy, It Onrji Ool4i,OeurhiJlortTliro4t,Ornp.Infla(n h. naospinK vouf a, sroncDiui na i,hra&. A ed by the pupils and visitors. Tho preferred ho ran ftirnlih ahorse and elvel their flags. On the portico above tho front ed with vocal and instrumental music. Sold by Z. Wavne Orlffln A Ilro. certiln cur. Tor CaMunv i. In flrititijci, .rid whole time to the busmen. Npare moments disupnsfd A sumptuous dinner was "served un entrance the ColleCO Man t. Persons iur. nun in MTi.ota iV t one.. afternqon services were opened with II1.1V- nr.ifllililv mtilwA.1 ol.n. JI'au. ..mmL. Iwfl.i ivii,.n uiIiiIa Band . a. I You will u.th. MctUtnt llltll. itVr ufclsir uw 4re broken down Lorn o erwork or household. tSict .... v,t" I .1 1I.. Sold i.c iUm tTirxwhtr. urn iuuoiu iM"w tlm tiuivu wrs tier .1 Bprcauiug tree", WIIIIO .1 1. Hie iuo ' in tonus und cities. II, f, JOIINNOX 4k CO ino laRUonm.lnliiil.4rlhU "" llrown'H Iron Hitter titUMWeratiu w1,00. prayer by the Rov. McAfeo, after 30lli nnd Main .1., tticlimoiid, V., Tho cutrauco hall was tion's colors faunted iu tho breeze o'er rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex. gathering. 5N. our auluortud Cewufbllv. uud cures ui.Urla. U tho genuine. TOWN TATTLER, H CSSE9IBR! Edwiaa Eowe V ... i D, !",i?,u?l,,,n'-,"""".,i'l',our- -- FA..STOLINE wstjjWjft dairies j.. Sraitli, Attorney at Law, g bot-l- Gr-u.ff3- CASEBIER'S 'BUS Kingro, l.u-lt Attorneys at Law. bo--c- s. n oisrus PRICE Perry Westerfield -- HAETPOED, MS mm Haw-ovill- few-kne- Rosine, Attorney at Law, !5Ly. s Cancer-Mout- L. Heavrln, ul-- Hartford, Ky. four-huudre- th MA .OAtW r v 7-- Va mmi Vi if Also keeps Livery and Fwd Stable, win; re you can have your Horses Fed. and gel ihc besi of rigs l. DENTIST. I con-ques- ts h, dav or nighl. Leave ders willi jour HER I SEPTEMBER v - UIHE'SMEDICIEE n LARGE'; stock pa-ro- nts, -- in in mn muter WHITE'S VERMIFUGE -- E. Overstreet & -l es -- Imilui-Mlo- 1 M V Im4 I .... I 1 mm. '' Mu. Em ron: Through your very worthy paper I desire to call tho atrunMS!ii;i i:t.uv riuu.w moiinixu tention ot tho Republicans of the 1th District to tho importance of polling a IMItnr uml I'ropiUtor. JO. II. ItollDlts. full vote on Tuesday next. Never in tho history of the RepubFRIDAY, NOVEMBER!, 1892. lican party has tho vote of tho people meant so much ns that which shall bo We arc authomed to announce Committee at Tin: Republican cast on tho approaching election. C. TOWNSEND JOHN Whitesvillc saw proper to give no ih a ...... ,i;,i,iir. mi tlm Venule's Party W'c arc asked for tho approval of nn Attor vision to Mr. Hnyward when Col. administration, tho glory of which Plntfiinii fur Cuiniunnwoulth't! Wedding spoke thero last Friday, net in the .Sixth Judicial District. challenges the admiration of nil, which night, but. Wedding did him up on is tho brightest, tho purest and tho following at Sulphur Saturday best the country hns witnessid sinco Springs, so Hayward ought to be satOn the other the days of Lincoln. isfied. hand we lire asked by thu opponents It conies with poor grace at the ot Republican ideas of governmentns to a end of n campaign for a partisan denounce that administration sheet, conscious of the foul means it fraud upon the people, and to cast our has employed to furthei the cause of vote agaiust thu party, which has conits party to say: "We want to win trolled our National nflairs for the past four yenrs. c like gentlemen," and to try to I desiro to ask the intelligent voters itself and tho people that its actions have been fair and honorable. of thu Ith District, and of Kentucky, niter you have soberly and deliberateAway with such hypocrisy. ly consideied the question, can you conscientiously denounce the present Mit Rowi: nnd his organ claimed kou riirmnNT, Mr. Ncal's candidacy was a joke, but administration? Look upou our coun11ENJAMIN HARRISON, Mr. Rowe was willing to give several try's prosperity, consider the gold Of Indiana, hundred dollars to get him oil the which Protection and Reciprocity have kou vici: i,ihmii)i:sti track that ho (Rowe) might "go on brought to our country, think of the with his law business." He can "go on wages which American laborers are WHITELAW REID. with his law business" soon, for the receiving and the reduction in the Of New York. position of Commonwealth's Attorney prices of tho necessities of life; and, KOIt coxukkss will not be in his way after next then, decide whether or not you will C. SI. HARNETT, Tuesday. Neal will take care of that. vote for the party which has brought ibis to the country, or the party which Of Ohio County. "No honest party hns anything to threatens its destruction. fear from u full and fair discussion of wit ciitci'iT jumh: Let me appeal to the Republicans its principles nnd doctiiucs, and when D. L. ADAIR, challenged to debate witbOan honora of the district to push the candidacy of Of Hancock County. ble champion of an opposing party, that gallant Republican and orator, A vote for nobody but a political coward will Col. C. M. Birnutt. ron rOMMCSWKATlfrf ATTOIINBY Hartford Herald. Montgomery is a vote tor Freo decline to do so." f. i. Your own nble and gallant Captain Trade, Wild-ca- t money nnd State Of Ohio County. Cox refused to divide time in his co inBanks. Especially do I desire to call tern plated speaking at Fordsville to- the attention of the colored voters ron HiicitiFP, morrow, and are we now to under- the reasons why they should vote the CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. stand that you brand Captain Cox "a straight Republican ticket, without KOU CIltCUIT C'OT'ltT Cl.i:ilK, political coward?" E Ige tools in the wavering or heeitaucy. Being a hands of children are always dangerous member of the Negro race I deem it T. STEVENS. SEPTIMUS to tho children. Better "pull down my indispensable duty to speak out iu the blinds" next time. unmistakable language along this Look at tho Eagle. line. The Democratic parly during PkimiaI's when Dr. Coleman at- this campaign has held the negro up tempted to apply that much needed ns an object of ridicule and contempt. coat of whitewash to the Democratic Read what thu Courier-Journal- , their candidate for Conuunuwe.iltli's At- party organ, has to say about Judge torney lie had not heard that Mi. Holt's voting for Asbtiry. They get Rowe, in speaking of his opponent, a likeness, which no inure represents Mr. Neal, recently said on the streets A s bury than the likeness of a jack-as- s ofllurtf'ord that the latter was "u would lepreseut a turtle dove, under He's the- muiiu proud bird that will d d s n of a b " and that he which they write: " This is the negro adorn tho Republican ballot at thu meant by that that Neal was "a ng for whom .Indue Holt voted, agaiust cominir election. but whether he Cecil," they then go ru with n hnr. a had heard of this or any of the many rangue the import of which is that tho other of Mr. Rowe's acts so nt variVon: for B.mett. man who votes for a negro is not ance with the tenets of Christianity, worthy of any favorable cousidera. B.itxi:iT for Congress. or not, we do not hesitate in sayiug, thin. I ask the colored voters of Kenwith due respect to the Doctor, that tucky, can you vote for a party, who Ri:ad Sam James' letter. this was none of his put. comes before the country garbed iu such prejudice? Von: for E. 1'. Neal for Common" Mn. Rowi: and his organ have I point with pride to the glorious wealth's Attorney. waged a war of relentless vituperarecord of the negro iu ibis country, I prize his vu or on thu battle field WtioiiAiii) and Stevens are both tion, misrepresentation and falsehood against Mr. Neal nnd when the peo- and his patriotism at the polls. And good men, vte for them. ple au told some plain, uuravisheil in this momentous hour of your hisiu-coreountiy's history, iu the name of the your ballot for that gallant truths about Mr. Rowe, ami C.wr as a lawyer and a man, truths two hundred and lif'iy thousand young Republican Col. C. M. Bar no man denies, all that he and his who wore the blue in '04, in tho licit, for Cnure-organ leply is "Slander, slander.'' name of your honored dead who fell How could Jake Rowe at Salt Works. Milueys Bend and on Ti.min S rnvr.vj Un man worthy of Great Civsai! be slandered? If tho record of his other battle-fields- , Ciriu thu name of your support. A'oie for him for disgraceful actions as a lawyer on file your country I ask you not to mar Tne.-diicuit Cleik next iu the Circuit Clerks Office do not your illustrious history by voting for a Ri:.ulmt.Jiidire IS. L. D. Gilfly place him beyond the possibility of parly which has nothing for you but my about Gen. I). L. Adair, Re- slander, then what would it take to prejudice, sneers and mob-la" publican candidate for Circuit Judge. doit? They are not "alleged ice. In conclusion I point the patriotic ore's'' merely they arc records which voters ot Kentucky to the Republican No man is more deserving than neither Mr. Rowe nor his hypocrit banners. That banner has stood beClayton Woodward and you should ical organ dares to deny. Those pubtween this country and destruction, cast votir ballot for him for Sherilf. lished in Mr. Ncal's speech are attestshe has protected our banner and ed b) Democratic officials and thu Tin: putty of English sentiment puny attempt to parry thu firce of the American labor. Again she unfolds lo the world, upon her fold- - is this appeals to you for your vote next Ilintou will case is as billy as Rowu's inscription, "Harrison, Reid and ProTuesday. Re an American and vote actions iu the affair were disgraceful. tection, Reciprocity and fair electhu Republican ticket Oh, no, we have not slandered Jakie. tions". She usks tho country's approvSr.vir the X in tho square just be- We've told the truth and that is what al. Will the people of Henry Clay stiis up thu animals so. But of his rise up and endorse that banner? low the eagle and you will vote the record "the half has never yet been Or will they, false to thu legacy which Republican ticket straight, and when told," and Jakie may thank his stars Kentucky's greatest rtatcsmnii left, you do that you do your duty. that we have been so lenient. The lalsu to tho flag that saved their counIr the whine going thu rounds of facts would sustain criticisms farmoru try nnd fuNo to tho ductriueof Liu the Democratic papers nb.itit Repub- seveie than wo have olfcreil and ev- coin, ca-- t their votes iu favor of Brit-ii- h lican boodle means anything at all, it ery Democrat acquainted with the Freo Trade, and a party who is Mtuntion knows the truth ot the as seeking the destruction of American menu- - that the Democracy is "giving Would it bo safe to make induuries? sertion. it up." such a man as Jake Rowe CommonYour vote on Tuesday next shall We think not. tell. May you in tho light of the in- Tin: Democratic party is certainly wealth's Attorney? in a very yreat trnit:!it for argument iclligenceof the Nineteenth Century RtUbthe card from Samuel James, nnd tho light of reason, throw away when it dial's the pulpit to its assistance and .thu pulpit U certainly in Jr., elsewhere in this issue. Here your prejudices, throw away "Old Rowu is shown up us attempting to Party Ties," and east ouo vote as n very bad company. buy Mr. .Tallies' influence loi it i'cw free American citieu, voting for his E. I. Ni:ai. is a young man, hundred dollars, presumably about the best interest and his country's good. upright, honest, a good law- amount ho thought it would take tu Yours for tho welfare of ourcouiitry, yer nnd will make a careful and pains- enable lion to buy enough votes to deJ. E. Woou, taking and able Commonwealth's At- feat Mr. Neal. Now, Mr. James is Somerset, Ky. torney. Vote for him. Chairman of the Peoplo's Party Committee, of Daviess county, and of the Programme Tin: murder of MiriamEaves Wing, Second District Committee, and is n Of Daviess County Teachers' AssociaAlbert Wing, at man whoso character and rcputa-tati- on tion, which meets nt Pleasant Ridge, by her Louisville Tuesday night, ends the tower as high above reproach Daviess county, Ky., Nov. 10, 1892: checkered career of a woman of sin. as the heavens tower above God's 10 a. m.; Welcome Address Prof. Wing escaped, but will no doubt be green earth, and yet Mr. Rowo tried I. H. Mason. Response Pres. R. L. hanged if captured. to buy him outright, to get Mr, Lancaster. 10:30; Text-Boofor UMMWMMMMOTHI off the track, and Mr. James Kentucky Schools Prof. W. B, MaNeal Otnt esteemed is informed that he could either apple. Discussion Prof. George Daw-hii- i, Col. Q. C. Shanks, will next Tuesday ply this blood money to his own priMisses Sue Giibbard and Florcast his fifteenth vote for President. 11; How Manage vate use, or give it to tho Peoplo's ence Pentletou. Perhaps no other man in Ohio county Party Committee. What for, do you tho Primary Classes Mis3 Emma has voted in as many Presiiicutial Discussion Misses Ella suppose? To use for Pettit of course, Barrett. elections as Col. Shanks. and against Ellis. This will no doubt Hunter, Lena Jones nnd Mrs. MilIt may bo "outrageous anil shame- make Mr. Ellis' friends feel very dred Lancaster. 11:30; UsoofSlmll ful" to tell the truth on a Democratic kindly townrds Mr. Rowe! When and Would Mi Ella Jewell. Discandidate like JaKo Rowe hut wo pro-po- was it tlint Mr, Rowe was doing all cussion Miss Mamio Miller and Prof. Mr. James informs F. P. Stum. to tell the truth just tho same, this scheming? us that it was on the Sabbath day. NOON. whom it hurts. no matter If the 1:30 p.m.; Why so Few of our shoo pinches, wear it, however, big Pretty employment for "n Christian gentleman, of honor, integrity and Many Pupils Become Scholars--Prothe foot. veracity." Don't you think so? But C. M. Crowe, Discussion Profs. Ei.bi:win:iii: in this issue will ho it is not moro disgraceful than other Wnlter Hutchet nnd McGinnis. 2; found likeness and sketch of Gun, D. tricks iu which this "whitewashed" Drawing Miss Ada Winsteud. L. Adair, of Hancock county, Re saint has been caught. Jakie was deProf. V. E. Berry aud I. S. publican candidate for Circuit Judge. feated iu his attempt to purchaso Mr. Mason. 2:30; Select Exercise Pu He is a man of ability and the voters lames, however, ns ho will next pils of Pleasant Ridgo School. Misof the District will make no mistake Tuesday bo defeated in his attempt to cellanies. Adjournment. All friends of education are invited in electing him to the ofiice he seeks, bo elected Commonwealth's Attorney. i Hartford Republican riinNoveinbor number of Fetter'o Southern Maijazinc is a tiling of beau ly, limn as regards mo worKinnnsmii ami thu illustrations, and it possesses, as all the previous numbers have, a very high literary merit. This enter -piise deserves tho patronage of tho people and especially of the South. A Ringing Appeal to be i . re.on I and take pari in the R. L.LAXPHn:n, Pros. For Rent. Tho best law oflico in Haitford. I. I np-p- ly MusEi.i,.v J i:vki.i., Sic'y. A ' iorohouso and lot in Rosiuo, know as tho Frank Henvrin prot-oj- ty Apply to .1. E. holo, Hart, rd, Ky. For Salo. John J. Mclleury. lWkVAiut, l'iet, Jmi. II lUnsrn, to if "iMnrr ST.u&.i'.Eiyr.Eisra? w Till you Can't RestI Wo bavo just received n largo invoice- of Ladies Cloaks, from tho cheapest grade to tho finest Clonk made. Wo can fit any lady in Ohio county, both iu sio and price. Rumombur wo don't intend to carry ono ol these Cloaks over, therefore ovury one must bo sold within tho noxt forty das. So coino early and got choice iu price and quality. Of Beaver Dam tho Condition of tho CLEARRUN. Nov. 1. Iloalth is j;ood at this time. with ngood Wo wuro blest iy rain. B. E. Richardson has sold out and moved to parts unknown to us. Wo regret his departure. Dr. Cotroll has bought a lot from C. C. Hoover and will build a house and movu thero soon. . Clear Run has got ns good a schbolhouso as thero is in Ohio county. Thoy have commenced the Baptist Church nt this place. I hope it will bo ready to whorship in soon. The election is close at hand. Let every voter turn out on that day nnd vote for Bun Harrison. John Foomster lost a fino cow last Friday night. Let ovury body come to tho spunking and singing at this place, Nov. Ill, and learn something about education, as tho speaking will be on education. Success to thu editor nnd thu Republican party, is the wish of .1. II. P. to-d- deposit At tho Closo of Business October 8, 1892. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills Real Estatu Furniture nnd Fixtures.. S m 17271.17 .'l.OOO.OO Republican Ticket. l.fiOO.OO Expenses... 1,515.07 3i),'J7LVJ8 Cash on lliuiii nnd in other Banks IN OVERCOATS And wo intend to cH them, too. our cut prices nnd you will sec: "Overcoats worth $8.00 Overcoats worth Sip.00 Overcoats worth 815.00 . we are FULL Up! for $5.00 ?l)L.r8!).22 IWKtI vrj crtg LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Due Banks Interest and Exchange Reserve Surplus Fund Deposit Account If you don't believe it, just listen at cor-vinc- .... $25,000.00 20.00 !5, '. 8152.31 for!7.50 for $12.60 2.2o0.00 G0.708.32 8!I2,58!).22 Iu submitting tins we beg to state that our business hns steadily grown each month since our opening, and by the most careful, watchfulness aud n strict observance ofthe principles of the most coiiseivative Banking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaintance, but to pnve ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberally reposed iu us. We Have Had to Duplicate Orders for Clothing. And now Jiuvc as nice a lino as can bo found anvwhore. Remember we've got them to sell and not to keep! In or der to sell them, we make the prices so they are bound to go. OUR GROCERY neal. low-flu- snof b," i J , d, ne-'rn- . I We aru here to accommodate the people, each and every business, courtesy shall lie extended to them, AThat Manning Knew About Itnrllla. hut in no case shall safety be sacriManning's logic was always forti- ficed for fricinUhip or to obtain busfied by tlint "readiness to iifsunio iness. John ILBAitxiw, Cashier. oinnLscicnco," which is bo useful in tho ecclesiastical career, nnd by a Notice- gracious Providence ko la'visldy All poisons kuiwing thumselvus Thero wns oneo a tlebato in indebted to mo aru requested to call parliament about Uio "barilla duty," Yes, w sell tho Hour yet Incomplete, and gxxlj at bottom prices. and ns tho term was little known, on M. L. He.ivrin, Hartford, aud Rest grade settle tho same. K'esp'y, ....85.00 per Rarrel. nn admirer of Manning went to him L. T. Cox. J4.-1for nn explanation. Second grade per Rarrel. "Dear mo," replied Manning, "not ...8.'). (JO per Rarrel. Third grade know whut barilla menus t I will exFor Salo. plain it. You nee, in commerce, A good farm containing 212 acies Who will And wu want 1,000 dozen Kggs at loots per doen. thero nro two methods of proceeding. of land. About one half cleared;good And o()() pounds of Mutter at 20 ets per pound. bring them? At ono time you load your ship with Lies a particular commodity, such as tea, improvements; well watered. Reat'ur, can't on br!iir us a m nd o two. wino or tobacco; at another timo four miles South of Fordsville on the you select a variety of articles suit- extension ofthe Owensboro A- Fulls of able to tho iort of riextiiiation. And Rough railroad. For terms, call on or in tho language of trade wo describe address, John J. McHkniiv, this- - latter operation r.3 barilla." S tt Hartford, Ky. Manning did not speak tho language of trade, lieeauso ho was assuming more knowledge than ho 7hs tantieft il Slittatnt possessed; but for that reason ho nl or tiik ready tpoko tho language- of papal histories and catechisms. Tho in quirer iibout "barilla" soon found out thai; it meant an alkali obtained from tho ashes of a Spanish vegeAt till' I'lusf. ol ItitKliu-is- , June table. "Spleudido mendax" ho may UETTEK KNOWN. AS TIIK .to, ISICJ, bavo thought when ho learned tho truth, "and his faith in Manning's RKSOURCKS. infallibility was no longer tho same." Hills discounted $."!I,:117.(I!) London Academy. Real estate H.OUO.OO Furuiluic nnd fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 lltimorti nf Signboards. J Meals 25c- Kates Gi-O- J par day. I,.'! 11.1)7 Newly Fornisi". Tho humor of signboards might Bonds 74:1.5 1 fill a chapter by itself. Such humor Debts iu suit Fast side Frederica, between Main nnd the River, Owensboro, Ky. is sometimes intentional and some-- i Cash on hamlA'iu other b'ks 10, 120.70 JMS. CJ1AS. KUJi .MJIS. C. K U 'ILLLYGlI.dMJ'rops. times not; in tho latter caso not infrequently all tho moro amusing. SI05.&J3.09 Tho very diversity of tongues repreLIARIUTIKS. sented tonds to lead to blunders. In Capital stock gM.OOO.OO a cosmopolitan city liko Now York, Deposits 70,7i)V-'- 0 numerous sijpis can lw found in Ger- Due other Hanks 15.05 man, French, Italian, Polish, He- Dividend I 1,'JOO.OO per cl.declaied brew, Chinese, Jnpaneso and vnrious Fund to 'J'J.'i.OO pav 2CCtSlHi H&EfcTAliU CliEAPESTSS- other languages, most of them in tho I'rolit anil loss taxes :(,5S-1.different quarters occupied by thoso nationalities. A mixing up of two $io.",'j:J.oii languages occurs at times, nnd wo find Eigns that read "Bier & Wines," or "Sommorgardcn." Tho "eto " in I, S. K. Cox, swear the above to Horse-shoein- g of "Soda Water & etc." looks rather be correct. BUggestive, and a reversed X (x) or .5. K. Cox, I'iiimiii:nt. b (g) is not a very uncommon sight, . . t mtiiougii it wm bo passed unnoticed Swoin to before inei this June oO, wrong spelling, or au Dy many, A.T.Xau., D.C.O.C.C. omission or transposition of letters, 1802. may nlso causo a smile. "Piegon l A Holes" appeared on n sign on Broaddividend of 81,00 IK way, near Worth, and "Hvcluvisely" per share was this day declared, payremained for years unnoticed on tho able on nnd nfter July f, 18112. signboard of nprominent firm. Now York Timcj. A DITTY yon mp Urti :ct tlio liil nlii- -rnurnrirnml fnm. inr uur tiiuucy. y.ron .. . I.. Ilnil.ln. ""rinoiwpnr ny .... tel.n.. a. ...... i nun n imrrtinninir n...u. ..!. '""! mini! fur Drici'H uUr.l.i rriirrnt-n- fill. , ' DEPARTMENT Djjerasij&co., BRAVER BAM, KY. Seai-Anau- j BJI'lTiD Ooi":jan.e:rc:LsLl Hotel PALME'.R HOUSE. r, 1 BLACKSMITHING. . . a specialty. A large stoek best modern Plows, and ail kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. semi-annua- J. WILLIAMS. Beavkk Dam, Ky. SUBSCRIBE -- Ill (callff. FOR THE $3.50flilWV2.00 2.50 (5R Wi $5.00PRWM3.00 V2.50 4.00Ji D'E7u7"S3t3LS5ra9H? kiwi -- Wlk . THE ""-W- 2.25m iMJ$l.75 75 $2.00 AND- -- If. BOTH -- W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CEHdneH. BEST SHOE OT11KK. tnaumohlrh uriute.aiiil rojireirat ft money valun far L?ona tlio beo that lioinu ana prlco mo t aiiijwiI on bottom of oa h lu ffAfc.BMl.HIMWTITrTK. w L. Uuuulim, llrocktuu, fllim. Sola by Sl'F.riAI.Tir.S IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. In rootwear nro of -- J&fcW bM IDamTii. "y - PAPERS HOOKER & TABOE, Rosiuc, Ky, OnpoMto Citv Scales. til. DRIVER, Manager. AVe.do work m cheap na anybody, quality considered. Repairing nnd rcpiiintuij&doiic promptly. Give ua a call. RUGGIErf FROM $:15 Ul FOR THE PRICE- - OF ONE. ALL THE- - hui-ban- COUNTY -- NEWS fellow-townsma- IX THE- - Sif08MM -- . AND- NATIONAL NEWS -- -e IN THE- - f, TRIBU2TE. $1.25 per year. We "Vo-- u Dis-cussi- oti are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per.cent. usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasonable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, ITill SEaillSLe Job Work A SPECIALTY. F. A. AMES A CO. Owensboro, Ky. 'ilCJ-HJI- i JJring your fenthp annul J MB V h f f- V ' !- - . T. E. Webb, Kinderhook, has tyK Tlio Louisyilio Orator Makos phoid fever. a Pino Spooch to a big Otvcnsboro Wngous for salo by C. E. IJ. Gully went to Greenville Crowd at tho Court L. Field. Wednesday. House. Bring your Job Work to the Dr. W. M. Warden, Centertown, is called at our office Wednesday. Oflicc. Hon. A. E. Willson, Republican V. O. Barnett, Kinderhook, spent candidate for Congress in tho Louis-vil- lo Go to Schapmtre for your Boots and Saturday and Sunday in Owcnsboro. District, spoko last Friday at the Shoes and repairing or all kinds. J. K. Smith. Ccntertown's efficient Court House to a largo crowd. Miss Mattio Bennett, oldest dnugh postmaster, called at our office tliia He was met at Beaver Dam by a ter of Rov. R, I). Bennett, has ty- week. e delegation of Hartford Republicans phoid fever. Misses Clara Denton and Ella Cox and a large crowd of Republicans from Judge- K. I). Walker, who has made a flying trip to Beaver Dam yes- over the county. Ho was serenaded No- been ill lor two weeks, is thought to terday. there by the McHenry Cornet Band, Mrs. J. E. Fogle is visiting friends bo better. . . after which ho was driven oyer to in tho Liberty and Goshen neighHartford. Tho crowd that cathcred We are better prepared than ever borhoods. at tho Court House to hear tho orator to do good Job Work. Bring or Miss Rhoda Hipslcy, McLean counsend in your orders. ty, is visiting Mrs. Martha Ward, wur tho largest gathered there since tho Swopo speaking, There was No Creek. Overcoats for men, boys and chilscarcely standing room for tho anxMrs Kitty Taylor left this week dren at Kahn's. The Lest made and Tho effort has never for Louisville, where she will visit ious hearers. will sell them very low. C. E. Walker. her been excelled hero for its clear, masCol. C. M. Barnott delivered a Jas. L. Patterson, of Clovernort. terly logic, and statement of facts, its fino speech boforo the Taylor Mines who has been in tho Revenue Service simplicity and eloquence. A fairer ut Uuiuutown, is nt homo sick. Republican Club Tuesday night. statement of political scutiment and Mr. Denton, Roburd, was the guest doctrine could not bo made. His ap When you want a good suit that nt SI per pair Largo white blankets of his daughter, Miss Clara, who is at- peal for tho return to tho spirit of 2.75 per pair will givo satisfaction, come to us and tending school here, yesterday. liest bed hliinkctH (all wool) "Old Kentucky" was powerful and Kaii.v. . 72 cents apiece get one. Jicil comforts E. V. Milligan left last Saturday made a very deep impression on his at lGJc per yard Extra bed llaiuiul (all wool) for West Virginia, where he goes in Boots, Boots, Boots; Ilia exposition of tho difler-en- ce hearers the interest of a patent .hide tanner. 25 cents liest twilled red llaiincl Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, between Democratic and Repub25 cents nt very low prices at Kahn's. Good twilled gray llaiincl Messrs. Ligo Williams and J. W. lican money was complimented on all .'50c per yard Ford, two of Hartford's most promturkey red table linen sides. A gay crowd of young people will inent business men, are in the His Tariff argument was un city. Ciood printH f cents take an excursion in the answerable. For two hours and a Owcnsboro Messenger. nt 81 cents Ten cent bleached cotton flats North of the River, and a pleasquarter ho held tho immense crowd Misslsahelle McHenry, of Hart Scents Apron check gingham ant time is anticipated. ford, was at tho Sandusky Hotel last whose interest never for once lagged. !i5 cents lyurdynrd white liiii-cSaturday, on her way homo from tho Mr. Willson haR endeared himself The Whecleis came to see us North. 0 cents ltcst domestic Central City Herald. to the people of Ohio county aud evWednesday and I have had a good 75c to 82.50 All wool bhawN Mrs. F. L. Felix and little eou. ery Republican wishes him, what all 82.00 to $15.00 trade. I am ever so much obliged to Douglas, ufter spending a week with Ladies cloaks , admit he deserves, a triumphant M. M. Kaiin. Mens box-to- e 82.25 them. boots, whole stock friends and relatives at McHenry, re- election to n seat in Congress from the Mens plain toe boots, whole stock 81.75 Aunt Becky McHenry, a highly turned home last Wednesday. Fifth Kentucky District. 81.25 respected colored lady, died in Hayti Hoys plain toe hoots whole stock l.'J to 2 Nat Howard, County Attorney.and Long livo Gus Willson to fight the 81.00 Wednesday Childs plain toe boots, whole stock 11 to 13 and was buried J. D, Render, Circuit Court Clerk, battles of Republicanism. morning, Butler comity, came over to hear !)0 cts Chihls psain toe boots, whole Mock 7 to 10 nt the colored burying grounds yes25c to 75c per pair terday evening. She was a nurse in Gus Willson speak last Friday. Childrens and Mirc& shoes (best; James Speaks. 55c to 81 per pair the family Ladies shoes of Judge John II. McIIcn- Owenshoro, Ky., Oct. 28,'92. 81.00 to 85.00 Hoys nice suits rr f.. T uis. ruuiTon: naving writteu a 81.50 to 810.00 1J..VS nice overcoats circular giving my reasons why I opThe oyster supper given at the res- G. 50 to 820.00 Mens nice suit, all wool posed J.E. Rowe for Commonwealth's ldence of Henry Field's Saturday 8.50 Ten do'lur overcoats Whore Will You Vote? Attorney, Mr. Rowo has made disnight by the Baptist ladies was a sucBelow wo give tho lino dividing paraging remarks of me and openly in cess. Everybody seemed to enjoy it, the Hnrtford precincts: his card published that he did not nod the ladies had a neat sum after Beginning 'on the Hartford aud all expenses to pay on the church in- Beaver Dam road, where the divide say that Neal was just raised on a farm and was not qualified He did is debtedness. ing line between the present Hart tell me those words, and farther than foad and Beaver Dam votinir nre- - that, at Judge R. R. Wedding and C. S. my residence in Oweusboro, Taylor will address the public at Old cincta crosses said road, running upon a Sunday afternoon stated that Salem Church, Saturday night, Nov. thence with said road to tho fork of I could use my influence and get Mr. 5th. The people in that and adjoin- said road, thence with a road leading Neal off. That if Neal stayed on it to tho Hartford and Horton road, would ing neighborhoods aro especially cost him a few huudred dollars political issues of the day will thence with said road to whete it in to fight in tho race, and that if I tersects said Hnrtford and Horton would get be discussed. him off ho would rather towrn. road, near Jailor J. P. Thompson's pay me the few as hundred dollais, that The following young ladies and gen- farm aud near Taylor's Sctiolhouae, could uso for my own private inter-es- t, tlemen nmdo up a jolly nutting pnrty thence with said Hartford and Hor I or turn over to my Commitlast Saturday, viz.: Misses Ida Duke, tou road to where it intersects tho tee, just as I preferred, and he, Katie Coombes, Stella Thomas, Mat-t- ie Leitchfield road between tho farms of Rowe, could go on about his law busiSanderfur and Mary Cox and John R. Phipps and Thomas Taylor, ness and not botherabout his canvass. Messrs. Win. Fair, J. A. Smith, thence with said Hartford and Leitch- I replied that I had never played the Owen Thomas, Tom Morton and John hield road toward Hartford, through rolo of twofaced In my life and would J. McHenry. Hayti, intersecting the street in said not uow, as for myself will say that town leading to the Water Mill of J. others may differ from mo in politics, Harrison A. Monroe, of Birming-i- m, W. Ford ifcCo., atapoiut opposite but you li cannot get ouo man to say that Ala., but formerly of Ohio tho old Stenm Mill lot, thenco with , count-I ever played that role of twofaced. was killed by theoxplosion J said street into Union Street aud with I can givo references from tho best of a boiler yesterday a week ago, said Union Street to where it interbusiness men of my county, who opand was brought to Olaton and sects Clay Street, thenco with Clay pose mo in politics. Resp'y, buried last Sunday. Tho horoavoa Street to Washington Street, thence Samuel James, Jr. family havo tho sympathy of tho en-t- iro with Washington to Market Street, m That dreaded and dreadful disease! community. y.v yi thence with said street to Rough R esolutions. IWhat shall stay its ravages? Tliousands A young Ohio county Domocrat, River, thence with tho Hartford aud At a meeting of tho Executive i v acotts Jimulsion ol pure Norwegian c& who loft hero less than two years Oweusboro road to tho boundary line Committee, of tho Peoplo's Party, cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime of the present Beda voting precinct, of Ohio ago to make his home in tho beauticounty Ky., held at Hart separating it from tho Hartford pre- ford, Oct. 24, 18D2: and soda has cured us of consumption in its first ful South, writes back to his Democinct. cratic friends, if they will como Resolveij, That at our last raeet- stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading The name of said precinct shall bo ing wo South they will resolve, as ho has decided not to endorse any Make no delay but take to consumption? done, novor to vote for another Free "East Hartford," and tho voting one for Commonwealth's Attorney. Scott's Emulsion euros Coughs, place therein shall be in Hartford. A member of our party is a candidate. Trado Domocrat. Colds, Consumption, 8orofulo, Another of said election precincts Now, wo say that wo and all Anaomlo and Wasting did not intend On Wodnosday tho Hon. J. C. shall include all of tho present HartDisoqsos. Provonta wasting In to cast any reflection upon him, for Children. Almoit n palatable su Barton, Elector for State at Largo, ford voting precinct not included on wo believe Judgo Towusend is loyal milk. Get only the genuine. Pro on tho People's Party ticket in Illisame8ide of lino before mentioned and to our party and is jwinxl by Scott A Ilownc, Chemists, Now mentally aud morYork. Bold by all Druggists- nois, spoko at the Court Houso to an it shall be named "West Hartford'' ally qualified aud isexpeneueed in the outhusiastio crowd of People's Party and the voting place shall bo in the practice of law and would havo made men from over tho county. Tho Court House. a competent officer, except wo did Buy your overshoes at Carson & Co. Court Ilotibo was full and tho speech Morrow at the Court Houso. not think he was physically able to Furnuur: Children school suits as low us one was highly enjoyed. Hon. Wm. A. Morrow, of Somerset, make a canvass, and wo disliked to dollar mid up to $8.00 nt Kahn's. bo defeated. Charles E. Hamilton, of Chicago, spoko nt the Court Houso Monday i&H Wo request tho F. & L. U.Jour-n- al, - Ntt overshoes for whilo visiting friends in Rubber boots, rubber titho county evening to a fair sized audience, a ,S&-2E5- a Oweusboro, Herald, Hartford, men, ladies aud mieses at Kahn's. came over to Hartford and gave en- considerable number of Democrats to pleaso publish. and People's Party men being present. Look at Kahn's nlNwool filling suit tertainments Friday and Saturday F. W. Pirtle, Ch'm'n. It was a good speech full of logie.sound d Buggy with Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, Is it possible a His hearers wcro delighted. at $3.50 and you will buy one ol them. nights. Bi:.v Newton, Sec'y. uuu nanus, ana snalt lips, lor above price I Ho is superior to any elocutionist doctrine and patriotism. His illustraBlankets, llaunel, liuscy comforts, Hartford has heard for many a day, tions were excellent nnd were highly lower than oversold in Ohio counc For Sale. His referand our people will hail with pleasure enjoyed by tho crowd. -- aisssssssnELssssK' KHb ty at Kahn's. Two fino saddle and harness horses. ence to tho old soldiers and the fact the announcement that he contemIf you want a shave, shingle or plates visiting us again next June. that they had been denominated Apply to S. A. Anderson, at the x. o 2 m yyBKLZksssssslPK5AZ --x ""l 2 " HHHiissssssssEViSKflul OS Offico, fchnmpoo, call on Archie Cain, tho Until then may ho have the success tramps by tho Democrnts was made feSSu in impassioned eloquence. Tho young popular barber. his unparalleled power.merite for him, 1 o man's effort here confirmed our peoWard-Robe- s The Crowd Ladies cloaks, in nil styles, all now, when all join in wishing that ho will ple that the chip off the old block is That will attend the ealeat Rockport, X 7s. s'o p worthy of the honor. Suits,Rock-er- s no old stock atom house. Como and agnin visit old Hartford. hj A Ky., Nov. 15, will be immense. Part sec them ntKuhn's. For horse or buggy or livery rig, of tho propety owned by Dr. S. A. A Lottor From Judge Guffy. Or a horso to bo treated right, Thomas Southard, nn old and Jackson, deceased, will be offered to Moikjantown, Oct. 3L Just leave your order, however, big, highly respected citien,of tho MinMb. Editor: I learn that D. L. Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. With Casebier & Burton they're tho highest and best bidder. Consist eral Springs neighborhood, diod Adair is a candidate tor the offico of Address ing of tho homo place of 175 acres of "out of sight." Monday evening. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY OO. Circuit Judge in tho Gth Judicial Disvery rich land, residenco of eleven CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A. rooms, good water, plenty of fruit; a Sara&Mohavo a full line ot'fall trict. residenco on Main Street; a residenco I know him many years ago as a and winter hats for ladies and misses, on Beech Hill; a tobacco factory at very low prices. Don't 1ml to seo staunch friend of finaucial reform. I am glad to seo from his letter ncceptiug TAX-PAYER- S! To day is whito teachers' examina- 40x00, 3 stories, now; 2 farms in them. . tho nomination that ho is still a fear- tion. Next Friday colored. Muhlenberg county; horses, mares, D, E. Thomas and family moved less aud earnest reformer. colts, hogs, sheep, cattle, au extensive siasi into their pleaeant little home on the After a considerable, but unavoidaFar ho it from mo to assume to die-ta- to lot of agriculture implements, wagI""" yj.i-J- t .nmaire.VtssWJismljMismjj to the PeopIo'sParty of the District ble delay in press, tho minutes of the ons, buggy, hay, wheat, corn, and a. faixmxttmivMrrx (vtssssssKaui corner of Walnut aud Mulberry last yjjKEfTytfifiJiMMak Saturday. how to vote, yet, I will say that it Ohio County Teachers' Institute nre quantity of other things. Terms: Suras of $5 aud under, THAINfl I.R.IVK IIKAVKR DAM. John Thomas has the largest pump- it does seem to mo that every one of ready for distribution and the able TH.UN8 OOINO WKST. them ought to vote for Mr. Adair. uni efficient Secretnry, Miss Lucy B. cash. Stock aud agricultural implenekin we have heard of this year. It dep12:10 r. m. Nil, S, Mull and Impress I sincerely desiro his election, I Towusend, will mail them to tho ments, 12 month. Household nnd . 11:.10 r. No. 7, I.lmotcJ Riire-- s was raised on his farm below town regard him as well qualified for tho teachers at once. 'WAINS (101 NO KA8T. a kitchen furuiture, 6 acl 12 months. and weighs 111$ pounds. No, 0, Hull anil Kire - 1:48 r. M. oflice, and if wo as a party do not Land, houses nnd lots, ono third cash, No. I, Umitnl Exprens - 3.43 a. m Rally at Sulphur Springs. balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. Do you want an all wool dress support men for oflico who have been Hon, C. M. Barnott opened tho (Scotch Plaidjlor 25cU per yard? If for years, and aro now advocates of is All properly secured. For further reliaFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. you do you can get it at the Bazaar. our chief doctrines, how can we ev- ball at Sulphur Springs, last Saturparticulars, call on or address day, in an able speech of an hour, Sara & Mi:. er expect to succeed. Mrs, Elizaheth Jackson. The following named partios atNoMr. Adair has labored so long and after which tho Hon. W. T. Hay-wa- rd 13 3t HoOKElt & Executrix. Try a pair of Anderson's Wear-Foreve-r tended the Hollowo'on party at the and Col. J. S. R. Wedding so faithfully for financial retorm, that atshoes for fall and winter homo of Miss Mnry Nail, Monday it seems to mo that the People's had a joint discussion. Mr. Hay-w- ar Holiness Meeting. Town Taxes. night: Missus Ida Duke, Emma Fair, wear, havo a full line of childrens and Party of the District should tako J oponed with a scattering speech Tho District Holiness Meeting will Thoso who havo not paid their Saha fc Mk. Helen Fostor, Mattio Sanderfur, ladies shoes. pleusuro in giving him au earnest of an hour and a half and was folconveno in Hartford, November 15th town taxes are earnestly requested to Stolla Thomas, Eva Morton, MagThe Bazaar is the place for bar- support without regard to what party lowed by Col. Wedding In a speech to tho 20th. 1 must rnako settleDrs. Oodby and Rino-ha- rt do so at onco. soon aud your prompt action in gie Nail, Messrs. John J. Mollenry, gains; no pictures or silverware to nominated him. of an hour, in which ha annihilated will bo present. Those wishing ment ho appreciated and T. J, Morton, Jas Smith and Marpay lor when you trade with us. S. C. Yours Respectfully, Ilayward and his logio to tho great to attend should notify Gross Will- tho matter will trouble. will save time and vin Bean. Saha & Me. B. L. D. Gutry. atisfuction of all present. iams. Sheriff Ohio Co. IWy, W. P. Thomas. & Me. THE OREAT Bargain Center to rinrson & Co. PERSONAL Buy your rubber GMLLSOJUT HARFFORD. , show from Sara i Anderson's Bazaar. w can save you FM BROS, ft CD ! Leaders of style, quality and prices in Ohio County. During the month of vember and December. We are going to offer rare inducements to those who have not yet bought their Winter Supplies. Head our prices below and see if they are not bargains: - MORE MONEY son-in-la- Ity buying your goods from us than any house in town. Because we sell at a SMALL VERY PROFIT Filty-fotir-in- And don't take advantage of you in anyway whatever, We have only di,ONE PRICE TO ALL We don't mark our goods high, expecting you to force us down on every article you purchase, but mark them in Polls Close at Four . o'clock. -- PL AZXT FIGURES ffe arejjead.pde4 far lofclpgl Price our Goods and you will buy them. Everything sold under a strict guarantee to be represented. itivit-cdast- And as low as we can afford to sell them. Don't you think this the safest house to deai with? Come and see our stock and we can soon convince you that we have the best and cheapest line in 4 FAIR BROS. & CO., Props.. Hartford Temple of Fashion. (Szes,. sz, hce:. consumption reSB'say ScOtt'8 Emulsion $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN first-claSilver-plate- $65 8 S For .csit L-Z2S- Ss&Si Dressers, or anything in the WAs v yJ WA, 7 General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. ?SRtTw o'clock. Polls Close at Four N.N &M.V.R.R. III I 11 Another Car Load Of Pure Raw Bone You will do both just come in. The yourself and me a demand for ''Pure vor by calling upon Raw Bone" has mo or one of my cessitated duplicate uties and paying your order. Send in your taxes before the six percent, penalty orders for this added which will be ble tried goods. done the first of Co. vember. Pleaso tend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, '&c, TAYLOR, i. ..ia, -- u. " - , flartibrd liupulilicaii fki dayTno V KM Wk 4, mti Suporiutondont's Visits. fOSC'Oltl). Monday, Oct '24. District No. fiO; PupiUen. Albert London, teacher. rolled in Ceunus Report, !!); pupils enroled in Bchoool, !5; pupils present, '28; pupils absent, f; cause of absence, sickness. Visitors, Mr. "Phillips, Miss Tula Phillips, Mm. Frank Sullenger Total, 4. and Miss Clara Sullenger, No improvements in bouse or furniture. IIAIW. No. 3; A. II. Kenfrow, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, aO; pu-s enrolled in school, 4'V, pupils present, !)2. pupils absent, 11; cause of ah sence, sickness and work. As the teacher had'unt received no-- . tice of my coining no visitors were present. Au elegant new house has been built and the school will move- into it next week. The trustees and patrons deserve great credit for their ptninpt-nes- s in building. SUNNYDAI.K. No. or. .")8; Mi?e Kcrtlin Felix, teach, Pupils enrolled m Census Report. 2; pupils enrolled in xehnol, 'JS; pupils absent, 24; cause sickness. Visitor, C. 15. B. Felix. The teacher and school wero not A new and aware of my comiuu. comfortable hotic has been built, which reflects great credit ol the eli- icient Board of Trustee as well as up- on the whole neighborhood. MCOltAllY's. No 111; Lee B. Mills, teacher. enrolled in Census Ileport, 41; pupils enrolled in school, .'(7; pupils present, ."(!; pupils absent, 1. Trustees, Albert Cox, II C. Denver. Visitors, Mrs. M. T. Likens, Mrs. Al Murphy, Cecil Murphy, Mis. Ash-b- y, Mr and Mrs. F. M. Martin, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. N. Coates, Mrs. Nelson, Miss Murphy and Bob llagermau. Total, W. The trustees are prcpring to finish the new fchoollinu-'ewhich at present is very iiiioiuf'.irtub'e. Pit-pi- ts Jininuc cure nich an able teacher. to have a hankering up this wav; nevertheless, ho is teaching us one of the best echoola we Imvu ever The patrons have rehad taught. heated the house with patent seats, if the house was larger we would have a very comfortable house. Graham school, in Butler county, being taught by Prof. Birch Shields, Birch being a is progressing nicely. neighbor, having taught two schools in his home district. in succession We knowhini to be a talented teacher. of Oak Mrs. Logan Arbuekle, Grove, who has been sick for tonic time, is thought conicwbnt better. J. S. Arbuckle's ch!ld, who lin been very low, has recovered. Mrs. Genie Arbuekle, of Prentis, is visiting her brother, Henry Miller, of Seket. Oak Grove nnd Graham schools celebiated Columbus D.iv, by raising a fine flag. A. D. Taylor Beaver Dam, took n group of the two schools, and C. S. Taylor addressed the crowd, subject, "What shall we become." This speech will be remembered by every little child present, for time to come. Then the children took the stand, and delivered some noted piece, which were selected for the day. The crowd was near five hundred in number. Dinner on the ground, plenty, and that which was good. The pupils of the two schools gave an entertainment at night. A very able ad dress was delivered by .1. O, Butler, entertain after which the two ed the crowded house for two and one half hours, with dialogues declama. tions, essays, compositions and etc They adiljourned at !) o'clock, each one feeling that they had had a pleas-nu- t J, B.N. time. Curta ImllcmUon, HIllousiifM, ))rala, ria, r.errousuew, and Ccnerul Debility. I'hysl-darecoranicr.il It. All ileal' rs fell It. Gcuutno baa trade mark au J cruised red lice on wrapper. Mala- rvctii Put. Ono evening, nt (bo Grand Opern house in Uloveruvillu, "Mis Osbonio's Grand Metropolitan company," of which no onolmil over heard, played n horrible piece, ostensibly by Sar-doof which probably liuilou had never hoard. Next to n burly native, who was painfully nbsorlied in tho tragedy, sat n New York drummer, who could understand very lit-tlon account of tho poor architecture- of tho house. Turning to his neighbor, tho drummer remarked, "I find tho acoustics very bad, don't "you?" "Yes, it Is rather bad tonight," he replied, (miffing the nir; "you xeo it conies from the tanneries in tho neighborhood. In hot weather tho Mnell is worso thnn at other times." Ho again turned his attention to tho stage and left tho drummer to his reflections. New York Sun. o r-- J Bnmrmvrrt'm A Prize Picture Puzzle. j fit The foil wing picture con lain four f iff, ft mm ami liU tlirc ilaueliteri, Ary one cati find the tuart'i face, but it li tiot no e.y tlistintiUh the Cues of the three young Udict. "llie 4c t ure was jmUishl in a few newspaper ftome time au, ami nttractej cnnUerabte Attention to our itandanlremeditft. We nowutfera llOWprle comfctition iiuonnottioti with it. Aft the sule object it I lintroductour meillcint into new homes, thoi wIm rntrrnl the fonrtfr competition are requeMfd in iht one. A to the reliability of "The Ford Pill Co.' nnd the estimation In Mitch their ncl ta com medicines are held in Toronto Cin.via.vhere they are known, fntron are referred to the daily dc Wv pa pert, vrhvletale druKt'n . and leading busineu Iiqijsc generally gf 'J orunlo. I2XPLAXATION lit" I Lite r A& V t &A l I I J v . I . .. t , '.; tvwijisy .K"i " lrt .. rill E iroURGROCtR Sells CLAlKETTK SOAP. IMAKE5 WASHING VERY : z hjH. mue Y EAC-- . 5.MdardQcaliy fc t..- "irtu . rv ardVeleW. e) 3II;intlmii of AtiltiuiN, Tlio migrations of animals may bo accomplished in two ways by wing or on foot. The flying bouthwnnl of birds on tho approach of cold weather is generally noted, but the travel of four footed creatures in cnrch of food is not mi frequently mentioned. There are some curious nnd very interesting examples of this kind of migration. Tho annual moving of herds of hison, wrongly called tho buffalo, at onco suggests itself. J. L. Vnuco in Our Animal Friends. She lliul -- riLO:k oNWN.K.rAIRBNK -- w srv & CO, st. loJi" PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF '92. GHAKI) 1NI)ICKMKXTS TO HKADKItS OK tho scene, somebody made tho that her pearls wcro really of nn enormous mzo. "It is true," sho replied. "The lady whom I repro-.-en- t on tho stage no doubt woro smaller pearls in real life. But what can I do: I have no pearls." Pall Mall Gazette. k story is told of tho actress Mile. Maria Mngnier and her pearR Ono day, as bho was about to appear on A n small lvnrln. CiimllilHtes anil l'lipem. 0f BROWK'S IROS DITTEHC Small Boy Do newspapers always tell tho truth i Mr. Grentmauu (unsuccessful can didate) No, they don't. They never publish anything out he3. Small Boy That's wot I thort This paper says you is a groat statesman. Goo.l News. Not tn lllmiir. i'l puf m t';.int jw!r rf Sllotland Ponloa. Till Cc. utSCOO, (.!. utrmlfree n .iny un i.l the I'niid Malts 'l"lthree tho 'lothex.t 'viwill ftrm lui mil make out upihire uauslnet fares To the lki;i Mill ecUenanelrfiiiitof nn.l ilum .",Ji. Gold Wntoh, "t in t Rien n lir viii he rien .i liamiwine china Dlnnor tenuuie Diamond i" SorvICO, liMlieiV;! mI1 Koflnk Camora. Tolliti.ifi.aSwIsn MuhIo Box. lo the intnih, Fronch Maniol Clock. ' the .JM, n Ueiui a.inciuct Lamp, i o the Mb, a ikinif Crown Uofby VneoB. Tothe r.wri,acunipiete Lawn kmtUi rot Tonilla Sot. anj many other piwe Ihice pirli lufrit. ity competitcr mm cut putOie oUnc ' l'ur rlu I'l t till e. UKiiitiiUh the facii I nuakm a cru with a ttKilon eat h, and enclose nme .nh l$ U. J. unraps f r tu of the f 'I mln;; "l'rie Krmediet : rr rorii'i Cure. rum," cauiirn iicim-ity,- ' AilJre "innt'ii itik i'iio Select iny oritu the a trimi'lr rne of "Tito 1'otil CoiikIi 1111 Co.," Cor. Wellington ft ll.iv St. 'loruntf. Carnra. The person whoe eme.e i jwMmarLed flrt will e nuarded ths firt prue, and the rihert tn order of merit. A thii aJer tiement appears nmuharcciiMy throu hctt tie Unld J?t.tte, cery one ha an espial cpT tnnity. Totheieron pending the rjrenectnner .lbc Rmnnn elefitit Uiiricht Concert Griilld IMatlO, a!ucd nt iSflOO.OO. 1 oil vjirstverv n from the it .orrfctanrr will le given a centleman'i fine UoliI HnUs the h urs KiiimI.' M ntflit vhii.li Tothe SrirnJfromand quarter hour on small cathedral ponat pleaute, wtd viliml nt rU000 the.irf, a fir it class Htifety lllryvli pneumatic tire, 'lolhe'v .fnini the .wt nfirtlal'iilih Sltnt-fjti- n Taihei'trtA fiom the.w, a, suite uf Parlor rurnltun. Toihef from the.u, a frrmiV ".!, an elegant IMhIIO Ijninp To the handome SiUer Tt'Jl Hcr loi' To the o the eij.ktt fim tie it$t,t a genuine irttttk from the u.a himlv mc p.ur of I'm t ItTtM KnglMi leather travelling Trunk of getiuine French To the ninth fium the iattt (mo 8tatuury( and ninny other frues In order cf tucrtt. Th rrornttM rf "The Ford CarriORO and HarnOBS- tt IHE REPUBLICAN nxeitin!,' in the ... Lady's the Ear-rlnR- S. theri The rroidentiul I'aiuiniiL'ii will bo tin) most iniim.!i- - inium.i:,, of tho t'nite-- States, mid ountry people will bo rv I tix- - 1 l.-u- titiinuM UNHJl.n ill H.HUI1II tilt! llllll pOlltll'Hl I10US 1111(1 disCUSi()ll ..f tho d.iv iis presDiitcd in National .Journal, in addition to that Mippliml by their nun local paper. To moot this want wo have ontored into a contract with the ft!ew York Weekly Tribune, The Leadinu Republican Paper of the United States, Which ..iinhles ns to ffor th.V. sphmdid journal (reuhir subscription price, 1.00 pur ear) and TIIK iri re srr.ctATi iMtiar: fiowInR 3Inrhlno A actons'. No, 7; D. II Gidsey, teacher. formerly of Millwnol, nn 'ociitpl at l.oitcli- Pupils enrolled in cenus report, 7li: fiohl. filler hi" urotPion.il orlcee to the people pupils present, "1; pupils in school, iirJcou anil nljoinnioouwtiP!., Ortice in re. Illy June, (the lir. Hadeo property.) 30; pupils absent, 8; Trutees, T. F. Johnston, It. J. Dull". Visitors, Mr. i:.VNii:i'irit' . 1. iiai'i: stici-rimn- - WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 and Mrs. It. W. Kuykendoll, Mrs. liattl, Ohio, CAM. ON T. F. Johnston, Miss Ida Uufl, Miss A Vop.1b r.liv ..,! T T. Millo. "tunte .scnutor. ' ' Senator Sawyer's daughter, Mrs. llie District needs a new house fur- - nvm-.nvRnncm, wi.it,, i ,.,.fw.rit. uished with new desks and black- - j devoted to her father, and her atten-boardIt is to be hoped that the ' tions to s comfort seem to have- no .Tlio senator is continually 6etu good patrons of tho school will give out with her, although ho much pre- this subject the careful attention fer3 homo quiet to H0L.k.ty whiplf which its importance detnaiids. Still what Mrs. White says is his law. When night bessions hid at- swm'HI'K M'lUNo- -. tendance Mrs. White is arduous in No. 4; Miss Lucy B. Townsend, her attempts to make him comfort-teachePupils enrolled in census re- - ' able. Everybody about tho benato For the fineA and M"t Arttttic Work, any site or style. Frederica St. , between port, 59; pupils in school, lms a Mit sl)ot for tno senator, and 3rd and 4th. Gm37 . Mrs. Whito tno&t will- ji!. r....,:i present, 41; pupils absent, '. aids nnd abets ,. n nmnj " r, r.., ..::, r r. i ' .i. t.n.... vioiiuib, iiiis. iim .ticuaiiiei i ami session, when tho honntor insisted Miss Nora Martin. Tho schuolliouee that it wns his duty to stay, Mrs. S l' , I "' : i Ul Fy 6. h . White- gnroit up nnd drove away. is too Btnall and very badly needs reseating. It is to lie hoped next year In nliout nn hourfhe appeared in tho Benate corridor, followed by her footwill find some improvement?. man, bearing a large warm blanket that hho had carried to tho viN'i: 1111J.. a.i Wcdncsdiiv. Oct. 2(!. No. 114; committee- room, so that when nblo litiinliitil, nnil rli I'Alt.bl "'.. iM.w-- v .ii ho could catch a nap in comfort. (nr 1: Mre.J. A. Wedding, teacher. I failed Mrs. White isn't tho only ono who iimltd -InHit I MiiDI 17.'; iii.'linn i .ni nn nn iipriiMlI'rli.iil uniif to get the No. of pupils but the attenit looks after comfort on such iti I'ati'i.tvin i,' fiiii limn ilni-- fnf.'.imi.ti timn ii ;.f m dance was good. Trustees, T. A. occasion. Tho senator smokes only IllttlOnt nil. lillutl Wi n.h Im hi Mi I'iiUiiI il.i'ilk Hie in i''n.:i iinil Hi' iiMki M ( tl.lhut Fought, visitors, T. 0. Snell, total, ' a certain kind of cigar, never buys fill M f ' I.l l fnt rliiiniit ii. it lilt... iiimI ono at ho Capitol or smokes thoso nirf l two. ftiinl )lli'iil i'i This is n first class house, well given him. At tho bamo session when iti inl- liiiintjr "iij i.l ' " " seated and has the only slate black- Mrs. Whito was so thoughtful this senator s wife appeared nt tho door, board in the county. and, ns her husband couldn't leave a i:iu'Aiti)s. second, liegged tho doorkeeper to get No. CO; Miss Alice Bowman, teacher, to him n bunch of cigars she had Pupils enrolled in Census Itennrt. 40: brought, becauso sho knew ho hadn't pupils enrolled in school, 20; pupii9 nny, and ho wouldn't bo able to stand his own cig.ns. Wash- present, in pupils nliseut, - ; Trustees, ' it without jn,,ton Po,t present L. W. Hunt, visitors, W.W. An Alieul for Consistency. Cook, W. F. Wright, Miss Wright, A burly oflicer, who hated prudery, J. I. White, total five. had been listening to a story by a chipper lieutenant concerning u fight iticKirrrs. No. .r; Miss Maggie .Stevens.teach-er- . he had with nnother person. ImmePupils enrolled in Census Report, diately afterward ho was called to account for saying, "I differ with pupils enrolled in school, 41; pu- you." Quoth tho lieutenant, "You hi.tvi:i:n pils present, .'15; pupils absent, (I; vis- - should have said, 'I differ from you.'" LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, r raiswi ins voico itors, .Nrs. Thompson, Mrs. Martin, ino u"rl' when ho responded, "Then, lieuten-Mrs- . Hall.Mre. Haddish, Mis. fatuin, ' ...., iT i nt . V..MW i v...v.wv, ....J ... I...... PULLMAN BUFFETSIeeping Cars' ,w.t Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. der didn't you say that you had a Kl'.OM AND TO Black, Misses. Katie and Florence fight from Joo Parker, not a light Thomas, Mises Laura and Mary Mar- with Joo Parker f" Cor. Chicago i.oi!isvii.i.i:,.mi:iu'iiin,vii'ksiii;ii HA TON IMM.II.iilKl M;w OHMIA.NT, News. III .fi'lliillls, tin, Bertha Hnddish, Orandisoii WalCiljccrlu fur (IIiihh Stopper. lace, loy Daniel, Win. Hall, Martin If glycerin is poured around a gloi-- The Quick and Desirable Route Bailey, Tom and Fred Tatiiin, Klvis stopper there is no necessity for TO AND I'OSI . Stevens, K. C. Thomas, total 21. either profanity or a run to n drug Now York l'liilniU'lphlu lluUtinnro store. Tho glycerin not only softens Wimliingtun Norfolk Olil l'nint Otnlort liiclllllllllll lllltlillo Cll'Vl.'ltlUl any adhesive matter, but also ai- Tolojii CIiUuki) I nil in ruipolis SELECT. pears to penetrate thoroughly nnd Cinoiiiinitl l.iniisvilliOct. 50. Health in this coininiiii- - niiiko it both easy and snfo to force fiastorn nnd Northonstorn Points ity is generally good, except a lew out n glass stopper without tho ro-Hml .Mt'inilil Vickuliurs Union Itmifio courso to tho implication of heat. New Orlo.uif- MoLilc l.ittlu ltock Hot Iingeiing cases. St. Louis Spring' and p:i!its In WostTcnnas- Hev. M. M. Hampton preached nt ArkiuiMis .MU'Uiiippi fco 'J'exii Oak Grove last Sunday, to a very at I.ouisliuin ii ml tho South nnd m tiii', iMi 1. tentive audience. Bro. Hampton is iIlKcstlou and Wi'iknuiu. Malaria. souniwusT. lllllOlUllt'KI, iiiko very young in the ministerial wmk, IltON "ITT1V H. Tho III o is thoroughly oiiiii! nnd In It cures o '.rv lv, For tslo u" au dealers w but ho is making splendid progress. - ib ccuulno. incdiclu: condition, mid provides an excel"Carrol Bradley, who has been visit lent arrangement in timo and through card A VKATL'KK is the tliuo and convuiilunco ing friend- and relatives ill I.ADir.S Kccdlng n tonic or children that want luilldlng fi'L'tiiL'd b.v tlio I.iiiiltcd Kxine.ij Triiint. has returned home, accompanied by lt. klliiuld Inkr INLY a Mdlii's miiK betwi-Ol.uuUvillu llROWN'IM IIKIN UlTTr.llS, his brother, '. F. Arbuekle, nnd .flnlurla, Indlgct- - Hint MuniiiU, iu.il tho he-- t and inilckeKt It l iilennt U taWo, t or tea, or in lood, without the Knonli'tli. of ttie :illi-nt. Itl ul "uhlk'ljr hirmlei", ntul will utl-- it u pi I lament and speedy cure, lxtlier the p.i- tient l Hidden nitedriukerornii iileohnlieu-iii-k- . It lm U'piiIkii Inn ihniinl ctti, nmtiuei- ltticwr tr,TrutM perfci t elire lu. folloiM-il- , fail. Tlie p.tciu once imprcHAti-- uitli the pecific. It ImposMliility for the aii utler li'iuoruppititv to cM. I'uir- - f.iiaiiiti.cil. .11 p.elook ol parliciil.irafiue. Addle, tln'i.OI.D- - llltl'.VKX.VKSS, or Ihr l.KU'S n 1IAII1T Ciirrtl nt lliinicln Tfiilliij-by niliiiliilalrrliic Dr. llnlneV Uolden Specific. It can l tfieii fu agluf ufleer rtilipoftortVe (angrily) You've made regular liot pie of this editorial. Compositor It was pigeon English to btart with. Kata Field's Washington. Editor pme of a Silk Drrum INittom (Utecn yatd, nny color), rr a (any make will ! cixci ti tht jlttt ttr-- n in each State in the U. X uho can male out the thr-- c dauitc V face. Wenlnll Rie Aalliublu betides social prize, (if there h mil le wmi U'mlingc mett af v. r.) Nrh.ire imtdelor loirft uMihed it. connection with our and packing of pnrev 'Ihe nnmeiof thelc.tiii 14 pn c h inner w.ll I advertisement In leading newspapers nM m .th. p. r in turn. uill to only thie wbnare Nothing i chircnl fir the pnre In any way. They in introducing our 'tilling are absolutely given aw ay to introduce aid advertise ltrmiMl lea, which are stand Fori! Intr uluced. All ard medicines, and will be ued 1 every tainily fur )cir where they hive Um pcrfvi.1 vnisuctiunuthe pullic prizes will I awarded strictly in ortler of mnt,nT v 'llie remedies specitl s tor y.acii state. aay !!( IfKIM'JILICAN for one y,.r jj.qo , .)r prlrt V .'. i. i' riiiiwic, l For only i $1.J. Cash in .hlvunce. toait Ktm lpirn regular price per year Hartford IJcpubliciiii " " ' " lrlc A. J. SLATON, M. D., Pliysicinn & Surgeon, A WATCH FOR EVEKY COKKKCT ANSWER. Anojttrnpremiumofacenuinr IVarli", 'ntrl. ('tern winder,) will ,rify houUeery not rertonu ho nends a correct anMeruillan ;jiIij after ti .' " AV Wo funiisli l)olh riqiors ono year for Subscription may Statt-sandoier- T'l i'2.'2ri. 1.25, the Uniud dvant..K0 face and enclose tbem( within 30 Uas fiom the time thi ail e emcnt ap.ir in the nepaier, they are eturanteeu eitner one ot the leading pnef, or an v I'll tircrrnim 01 a watcn on c inlitionf itateiL cent. r r leri 1 urii I'rirt. lU'iiitMiica. noamtier will te noticed tint doe note nam Address THE FORD PILL CO, "37," Cor. Wellington & Bay Sis., Toronto, Canada. I fjrtunateenouzh t) wenreone cf tlielnrntr rrUrf. I it if.lfar.v unicntaivr. nnit " three the riie cun len.-irJei-l 10 biiti ut any time. r This h tho moot lil.c.-a- l cc.iifii.ialioii off.-- r over mado in loader .f TIIK l.'KITUI.UW.V M,ld of it at once. Address all or.le.-- s to ,U 0WEHSB0R0 NATiDilAl BANK State Directory ' Gmi . IIAUTPOEin KKrUBU'CAN, Unrlford, Kentucky. C.Theo.Cain, U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, Sy. ,, ... ir l.ieiiui nt mi rn r. ii ij ul lal .. Mtcrlii Mineriil n . t J, M .1 .W .. lleidlij Ilimlmk .Nnrinau f flrowri Alf.ird iiil 1 r- ' I i tur pr ti 1. 1' t.'iKi-- r . f li- I ind uriif M .. .i ! r. I cn-olI- cd ,, irf 1 -- - ers a n d Co ii t) ( r Mcrcliaiits n Specialty. Interest paid on time deposits Solicits your business LAWSON RENO, 2T5,000. $Accounts of Farm Caslilor Security For Deposits A'lpiinn .Henry Hale (i. II. yxnnirn .. . A.J. (Iro . 11. Tle j5t)(!ar(l asl Tatcnti! In I'nll I isler, .'liK-lilur- , Supt 1'ul ti.in. . 1' . '1 Iioiii.oii 'ill, Pul 'ie Print r 1: Lit' . nnil Caniula.1 Aii.iiii 1. I'H JdlUKKI If n Prnrl'riil . I. tril Iij I'ruitiriil Iimut-rutii- lliinliu-ix- Apiirrcla .Urn. i yr ' Jinl.-iI I f nit ' urt roticne!i tho Ith MuthU . mil - i. ) in Muj - lurk nnntm-iiiI lllll'i. r AUnnii-- ..i.l' l.uti. Jfir NorJ lUrilirick I1 H i?j T juJfeiwA," ti- 111. n liitmU'iini'lr t furin-lin- illnn l.-I . r- - nuil ImiOi I I.iir-- l C lurretl ... . It U 1' II "il X . 11. . mil ml se tt.irii.-In -- Kumuii -- J I' Slfrlon V I. Vln llolt-rDu- JWjfMtiS.-- rill . ml.-i.oiirti-riii- in nuil Ci-Ar- . tin 'i tnU-- Ii . Muiiitn) .1 in rtt'TajIoi I'Tutn-on ch tnontli tfm jltfes S T u. IV D . -r Ze&S! it uuI.iiii for It. If mniittlmf Ami fiK'iUli rtv tliu Will IIKt Kt,- iroril.r.rti.'ir'Ut. It nioin lli.tiiu(ll"lliil'f m-l- l iWtk. ,i u-i. Il iiii.ii i rn, tul It fcc-ian.1 a thli-mi liciirt limn li. mIh 0n- till "'ii'i'Vr'ntlllirof ll.tr i i n..M-lli. t (Vnililnntlra l (.ailiirr with Ton .Mliiiluiiwit, crtslit kuIi-s- . In i to in ou Account. It it If i,t coiiii-riinii- '. I !inl, Jin) lutirt - the .inl Munli) in t Jntiiiir, hikI mivi - Court IkIiy" tin' iHiiimr). s.' la'.ma. lit Moinli In Octolt-in Miireh. Jiiiic, .'., . EAST STROUD LSUI.'C, IZ I ill iiiuri.iiir Imjctl I for inntie I... fu.l 1 a. oiiil motif, nr wr i-i- (A. co., ' n.f7' -- .;! -- Iftk.L-,!- ! f-- M 3. tf l' ' inn r- court I ti'.nl4 imiim-1- . r uiUi.ti-- I..n i HUUKtYbM u Uzzibt T2LKlB."nW1 U.'JJ V. (Ii I . J rt TuriiPr, '1 4..I, II, 1,1, 4, .1. J. I msM UiMSr:; QURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A I l.I . 1ST. Hi" II". 1,11,11.1". J A.- -. Kll.Htl, HI, ('I. Ii. Mi'll,llll-lllUMilli-r. II, I''. Our Qemt's ll L ..- - wx , l. OM.JHII J I IMIu U llAl.TIVRII. (rtpir4i.jmuunMiii.TmoitMn. SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years nstho DEST REMEDY FCR PILC3. (ii., st Mils. I'lJIH li,ti lh!l'. (l'i-rllenrnlt,7, ii, 7, 7 J. Ii r linult r, , B, 5, 4. (II HTii)nri.iiiiitiil.li.. (ft I, FulUi.rii.il, 111, II, 11, 11 iv I. Wl.'lHl., II, II, II, II (J rhinil.ri., .', I, 1, :i, .', 2, t. i ROOMY, LIGHT. 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II Wilson ...U W l'rrott .lor It llntff-r,.J W llraJll-- Aiki-ion- r urp)or mi .i .....J g. Coroner .i hinl rlt.li inn ill.... s JI. II. C'liiiri'li,Soiilli. "inicoallilrilnint at fourth nrnl.iy In futli month. Sliluitli-nchoo- l Jo'i'lmk fiery l'iile,I'uior. riioriiins nt '. 'J hunil-i- fieM. - - livery table. BMIE8, VEHICLES, CAlffi. ninniltiK. Hov. K. K. imows'B mos mtteu'j ai..':a:ao For IM 'i - - Globo-Democrat- . lfllSJaVlifrL V curiJ Al liumo IT outraln.lkioknliir'.r-- OIciiikii, l'uiior. flrr--t utnl fourth icli iimnth, S ililiitho.t'hool nt U n'clwk eii'Duiul ly morula,,'. Hi v. (I. II. McHonnl I'a. JI. II. I'linreli, (vol,) Hi rin'Hi eiery Hun. nt 'J a.m. Uiyininriiinu jihI nlulit. Itm.S SMiiur, r.itor. llnpMsl, (eol,) "ervlcpH firnt and Alilni llnilil llillroll. cirMri iiiul iimliiy. iMintli-neho- I. uml iv in o't lock. Hot . J . H. fiery recoml Hatur-ill- ) Hnii.luy I'lllireh. W" "U NiwinA llnnl.--iiiiil.i- iin-- IB 'V,S UllUcliLa I tlculnrisecntriti:!'. mmatammmmm U.M.WOOLI.KY.M.IJ. Atlanta, Go. Otllco WlJi UitthjUbU I H n flUo'eloek a, i M, inii iiii.l tiiu'lit, lUMMth-HcliiiltL't.,1. J.rli'iiiini; I l'iilr. - - Mi-oii- Commercial Hole!, GISNTKAL CITY, KY. In wife. Uoii.nml lllllou.ins. All dealer keep It. Oue of .). S. Arbuckle's twins died the 2l)th of September. Tho other one was very low, but has recovered. Mrs. Logan Arbuekle, who has been sick, is thought to be better. Prof. S. W. Mothcrehead is conducting the school at this place. This is his second school ami he is giving satisfaction. l'rof. Stewurtofltosine, is conduct- ing a singing chits at Oak Grove Schoolhouse. Oak Grove school opened August 8ih under the management of Prof, J. L. Rogers. This school has been quitu a success up to this time. This is the Professor's second school at this Tho trustees did well tosc place. P --- .. crg el wi - irir Uitrir n'rvlco beUvt'cn tlm two I'itlvfuvar ollered, Ipk ami all ilelrcil inforiiin-lioTickiU, rmii-T- al tiy iilylux lo J, itl lliul Hum, or AKrnl R. R. PAXON, PROPRITCR. Una just been repaired and newly furnished. Located eloto to Depot. lunch. Give Good meals or first-cla- s it a tiial. 0-A.H.3L. CleeroMnxMHI Camp, Nn. 35, Department ol Kentiiiky, miilfiit Hiirlloril.Ky..nn-oiidHaturJaiiu-month at I '. m. CM, TIabkht, Captain. Jas, I.. Koue, Siwiuit. Sons cf Veterans. x. SECRET ORDERS. A4 y liMBjMaO'i'ikr l Tn. S Jzt. Jtti. I'.B. n tr ll.'l'li-lit'iiu- r r. ., In Ciiint. House, I.eltchnehl, Ky. . 8, Departaienl o KenliK ky, uiei In eiery tlilid Hntunlny ut 1 o'clock J. Wrmnuasrii Post.'Ko. W.HiFroutT.C-eif'- l ?s.s, A?tLcuisTille. Ht. rC r JS L AH Wagous. Trawe. PAACtn,i IS THE BEST. W&mvmiimfrWfm .'."""l """J.1 '." 1CAS Loot Jfttohood ltcntorui ule, ucak tuck, low of memory, illnlni var norvoiirni-jfuraknen curofl hy tl.o I'ci ily Itruieilleii. f 1.00 per Iot : fix U17.1 r A ivrl'tcn gnnrantee of ii.rn ttllh fix Iitc. Ffiiil Hfiinn lor rnnlenlAi t. I'A" IT.N CITY ItJKHM'AT, iiUO .orlli Kerniii la., . ... Ions sl'U'pi-d- . , I i HJnaaniHBaaur' and enlnrucd. Oivain Blrenirthciiod OlST & Siuiil.iy lark Pictures In lir '! 'jtrittor, 3D3I3k.IrrE5SS, m Style and Site. M'leiillle.illj tre.itnl hy nn Burnt of world-wld- o ri'piilutloii, Iteuhieim eraillenleit and entirely I'liii'il, nl Irmil 41 tn Ml Jfiilr ktniidiliKi niter nil (itlar luiilmriitf Ii ive l.illeil. How Ihe dlfflcully lrciithei mid the euuso ri luou-d- , fully explained la elieiiliu, uilli nlliiliii!li mid (rftlaionlala uf eiireif from prinuaieiit pcoplo iiiulleil free, HI I) lilt. A. rOM.tl.Vi:, Taeoina, nt 10 o'clock a. m, in the lliulfunl, Ky. J. 0. CiiAUbraiiN, .1. M. II ir, Adj. I'nrio Slnmnv Tout No. 4, Department of j, (It every Hatunlny liefore the miconj 1111 Ken-lin- k P. 0. Donlor in Ilorsos, I3cpfj;ios, Carringes, Koad Carts, Owonsboro C3VSaddlo or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all times. "Wl .r..OVito- Agents Wanted! HARRIS H. A. LOZKIKR&CO., .MO ponsAi.gflr OUtttTU- - A. Ilnrri", '" Hi""! & REED, Wholoalo IJ.ialers, ' CLEVELAND, O. Superior St. HAHHlClfS. Opposite Stilor and nuar Clovorport Ilotol, Uloverport, Ky. SarUia Pictures Copied nnd Knlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J. Wh. Main Street. 37ih0 OWENkliOJIO, ATI Happy and eonten. Is a homo with " Iht Ro. tAri.. m l.mn . tiV. ik.k H0V11V a tm rrj"irlriy C4talosues,wrltoRocbeitrUmpCo.4NewYork. Alan Kleelrlo Triuiee anu Hot Htltenef. Sin. I'riei'K. milt, and KiiuianUrd to lant lor Teart. A Halt I'nutnnlliliiKto Iry Iheia. Can llallery couililned, ami pruducea uittleit'nt El'Clnclly to ahoek. Free Medical atlvice. Write llivpualnl limmiire. price hi.i) lull paillculaia, vtT Ail,!..... "" FREE iriiler.'n'li!?,'... UR. ir.atlnlleil. SI,S.SIi.,iilid Aueuie TrUI. Wliv nirTir fium 1I10 liad cltpcii nfitm I.a (Irltitip. Lame Hack. Kidney and I.lenlliasu, llheiiuuliaia, Indlunllon, Diapepila, any kind ot vreaknen, or ether ilneaniK, wnen lileetrieity villi euro you and kein yon In health. (Headache rellereft JUDD'S n ELECTRIC BELT ill naiiiiii n4mff