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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN IRE FOURTH C0M.55IQNAL Tfj- DISTRICT, TERXS-,- 1.25 hi Annuo. la Adm... VOL. V. 1) HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1893. IrlUTII. NO. 37. zine, for only 83.00. Tho Nlniraman, Little clumps of whiskers, Little seeds of hay, Often make the statesman Of the present day. Waihington Star The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading magaPROFESSIONAL CARD. .NTH, EVERY HOUR taillr cnriml byniirune of tlthir sex In nnjr mi uiu country, wnu 14 wiiiinir lowutk niuui. rlomlr at iiii ointiloiniint which we furnish 1 lie labor li limit nml pleasant, niu rim run 110 run whatever. Wcllt ran out complete, mi that oicansltcllic Iui.Iupi. n trial without exptnt. to joiirielf. n lltllrHurk, Ilium ulllliitu Ihli li the grnmli.it nfTrr lunde. Von am work slldnr, or In thorti'iilug mil). If )nu nrc em. plojrj, nml havoa few spare lioiiri nt your disIs ! one dollar NUW OIU.KANS Make me no vows of consibtniicy, my friend, To love me though I die, the whole life lonir. Ami love no other till their dajs .shall cml Nay, it were rash anil wroiifj. me sleep more peacefully That thou wcrt wasting nil thy life in woe For my poor sake. What love hou hast for me Iicstow it ere I go. v- j- - eotsMAK -- a foes J. Ed-win- . SKCOND- ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIAltTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Jil.i.aUNi, Eowe gemi - Annual Announcement Wc desire to announce to our customers and friends that we are just back from the market where we purchased a well selected stock of Little chunks of boodle, Little rolls of notes, Often reach that statesman Just before he votes. MinneapolU CHeaa.33. Iribune. 6s "Woddlng-- , J. s. I. WtDDIIia. , posal, utlllte them, uuil nild In )our Inronm, Hi re nl nil, V in will 1111 he Hie shirt nt llio plillly uml isio by which) oil niinlii iloll ir m un il llnr.ilaylnand day out. f.viuliegintiiM mi iiu(liil from tlio rirsthnur. Any one run run the Innlimi none fall, uu IhiiiM try tioKi'iitr ile until )on sue for yourself what ou rnn tin nt the btultimi which w.tiflrn Xo capital risked. Women are rrml worker.; nnttmUy. they make a much a. men, 1 her .I1011M trv tlili ImiMik ., a. It l so well nilaptiil in tin in U'rlle nt mtc ami me fur yuurulf, Addiu. II. IIAI.I.r.t-- r Cti Ho M.io, I'nrlliuiil, Me. liuilnen will not lull oirBi11nzc.1l It would not make HARTFORD, KY. vwyem?m Little flights of buncomc, Little speeches made, Show us that the statesman Understands his trade. (Otllce, over AnJcroon'a Ilntaar.) Will practlco their profosalon In nil th. oourta 0 Ohio nml oiljolnln countlra, nml oimrt of Appeals Spfcial attention K'Ven to criminal practice ana j collection!, Neu-- i T2nt2lj St. Paul Little goodie goodie, Little mountain dew, Makes the country statesman Play the rooster too. m Carve not upon a stone when I am dead The praises which remorseful mourners give To women's graves a tur,dy recompense Hut speak them while I live. Heap not the heavy marble on my head To shut away the sunshine and the dew; Ict small blooms grow there, and let grasses wave, And raindrops filter through. Thou wilt meet many farier and more I; but, trust me, thou canst never find One who will love nnd serve thee night and day With a more single mind. Forget me when I die! The violets Above my rest will blossom just as blue Nor miss thy tears e'er Nature's self forgets Hut while 1 live be true! Tames .&.. Sraitli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties, and tho court of Appeals, bpesia GENERAL MERCHANDISE And of course wc ' extend a cordial invitation for you to inspect our stock, and we will convince you that by. our STRICTLY CASH way of doing business we will save vou the creditor's 20 per cent, extra profit. Now we've no extra Laying n. m Rare-track. exchange. f Imti 4f Jj&jSi 1 .djKH hWVip. W. L. DOUGLAS BMt Cnlf Rhriff In tha rntM f at Iha nHM W. L.DouglCOfBOcnaicisolclveryibat.). Everybody uticulil wear them. It 1. a doty you oven youeel! to rot tho belt valaa to your money. Cseromlcolnyoiir footwear by purobn.lDgW. L. OouslnsShOOS.nblob represent tho best valuu at the mlcea eillsed aboTo, as tbcuaands can testify. iirtmn prlco stamped on bottom, luok fur It when you buy. IV. I Iluuglu., Ilrockton, Mut. Sold by S3 SHOE WASHINGTON. .liriiln.nl Hip llewariwir fraud. JcinRenulnelthoutW.T un I PouiiHs No h'ittltutr.. Wrllleii nlliu'H 4'iiilfitl frUply ItUwuUllpit. utiU t'nr-liftl- c c I Will Secretaries Greshsm anil CarL. K. V(i:ilNi:it, Hartford, Ky. lisle retire from the cabinet? If that question has been asked once it has been asked ten thousand times, and the reason is not difficult to locate, Has been bought with great caio to suit, you. Try them and see. We although to tell the truth no one exhave the nicest Line of RjIMNIKG pected family jars in the administraTTVTVr YTC tion before the time allotted for the & honeymoon had fairly expired. These two Secretaries nrc the only men of Ever in Beaver Dam. Our Lino o( Gent's Neckware and Stauloy Shirts, ptoved strength and individuality in iutei-- t thiiif-- i out. the cabinet, and the prediction wrts In fact, we are full up ou every line. A beautiful lino of freely made, by Democrats as well as ' by Republicans, when they first acX cepted their present positions that it Comprising all the latcet Styles in Colors. A full liuo.of'Staplo Dry Goods, was only a question of time when they would revolt. Well, they have Cottonailes, htc., Ltc., as cheap as ever. Kcniembcrour not exactly revolted, but they have reached that stage of mind riM?XP afmr whiclf is next door to an open revolt, BaaHiURAro.r, WOODWORK. they regret having joined the Cabinet Is now open for your infection. Come in and let ub price you through. ' and any day one or both of them may attacmes I silMffTisaasMI linaxafr Itcjpectfully, tender their resignations, unless they THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. are treated a little more like advisSend TEN cents to SO Union 8n.. N. Y.. COL-MAIT far our prlie name, "Blind Luck," nnd ers, instead of clerks, by Mr. Clevewin n New Homo Sewing Mnchlne. land, and that isn't at all probable. ThoNewHomoSewinffMachinoCo, It is well nigh certain that if these C ORANGK.MASS. two men could have back the posi- in-.- . vw-- w w...w.. N. B. We handle a full Lino of Groceries and ecII thoBest Flour tions they gave up to enter the Cabi"tsftrfc.:CKU:-' nude in Kentucky for 83.00 per barrel. M. ut net that they would be very lively 'r.iMtf FOR SALE BY OAiutV in getting out of a very unpleasant situation. Indeed, Mrs. Carlisle has not hesitate I in. savin; as much rlw.ujn.jjt 4aVsls!salanr1ii?i. 2 concerning her husband. Secretary Carlisle's pride keeps his mouth shut; as a tariff bill, and that Mr. J. Eckels, trated by scenery, music, ballet danThe managers of the Chicago thea- cing and mimic action. he entered the Cabinet against the of Ottawa, III., who was this week Dialogues will be used to some exwishes and protests of his strongest nominated for Comptroller of the Cur- tres intend to provide plenty of atand closest friends, nnd, as his wife rency, is the man who is to prepare tractions for the liords of visitors that tent, but they will, be subordinate to says, is trying to grin and bear it. it. Mr. Eckels, who is here, admits will pour into tit? city for the next the other features. The scenes, which Secretary Oresham's temper, which of- that he knows nothing about finance, six months to view the wonders of are described as enchantingly beautihaving given all his time to the prac- earth at Jacksow Park. ten gets the best of him, is responsiful, were painted in Paris by the corps The unfortunate experience of the of famous artists connected with the ble for the condition of his mind hav- tice of law, nnd members of the Sen-nt- e committee on Finance, to which Philadelphia ajid Paris managers du- Grand Opera House. ing become known to some of his friends, even the best of them will his nomination was relcrred, do not ring the terms of the World's Fairs in Antonio Venanza, a celebrated Itallike the idea of a man without finan- those cities seem to have had a stimu- ian composer, wrote the entire musitalk, you know. Those who thought, or at least pre- cial experience being put into such a lating rather than a deterring affect cal score, and is at present in Chicatended to think that the names of important position, although they on the men who guide the fortunes of go directing the preliminary rehearsLincoln and Grant would cause the may make a favorable report, because j Chicago's houses, and there is unshakals of this particular department. 'T'n present administration to allow the of the otherwise good reputation of en confidence that the approaching The costumes, exquisite in design CtiMi Colll,ConIhl8or.ThroatCrotITnaue. Jt a. Whwplng Cough, Bronchitis and Aifama. A season will be phenomenal. Hon. Robert T. Lincoln to con- Mr. Eckels. and texture, were made in London, cure for Coaiumctioa In firit iUft, c.t:ln Every class of amusement, from the Paris and New York, and cost a fors.turartlicf In advanced tasea. Ui. at once. tinue to be U. S. Gen. Harrison appears to have Minister to 10U will lea Ul. exetll.nt efieet lltir tfttliiv tha deje. Bold bydcat.ra vtywhr. Zun Great Britain and Col. Fred T. Grant known better than some of his critics cheap and nasty exhibit of the dime tune alone; cost, in fact, does not I, ;:UciS0cenUas4$l,00, splendor of seem to have been a consideration in as Minister to Austria now know bet- did what he was doing when ho made museum, to the ter. Judge Jackson, of Tennessee, a Justice the spectacle, will find its patrons in the creation of this gigantic scheme. Bayard, who stands and has always stood for every- of the U. S. Supreme Court. This the cosmopolitan throng that is com- One hundred and twenty thousand thing that was opposed to what Lin- week Justice Jackson handed down an ing to the World's Fair city. dollars will have been the outlay beMcVickar, the "dean" of the man fore the curtain rises on the opening coln and Grant stood for, succeeds the opinion in a decision that gave the first and becomes the first American States Rights Doctrine ns hard a sin- agerial corps, will divide the season night, and heaven only knows what Embassador, and Judge llartlett gle blow as it ever received. The de- between the "Black Crook" and the the expenses will be thereafter. Seven Dave Hender- hundred persons have already signed "Jibbs, of South Dakota., who first de- cision wasjthal State Courts may try "Old Homestead." manded the position of Land Commis- a prisoner brought by a requisition son has arranged to revive' his bur- contracts to appear in this piece. The sioner as n reward for the part he from another state on charges other lesques from the "Arabian Nights" ballet, numbering two hundered, is to down to "AH Baba." took in sending Senator in the be a vision of loveliness a ballet eilRES HOTHiWQ BUT PILES. U. S. Senate from North Roach to the than those set forthdo not requisition Lillirn Russcl 'and troupe are to worty 0! the name fresh from Vienna, toDakota, the papers; that stntes stand wards each other as independent for- sing in light epem at Ilayman & Milan and Paris, where the delightA SURE and CERTAIN CURE latter. So much for Democratic venknown for 10 years as the REST eration for the flames of Lincoln nnd eign nations do, their sovereignty be- Davis' Columbia. Uncle Dick Hoo-le- y ful thing was born, and where it now REMEDY FOR PILES. will stick faithfully to legitimate exists in its prime. Luigia Cerate, ing limited by the Federal ConstituGrant. rrfiond ky UltiUlinsOX KtDICIXI CO., BI. lOCH. comedy nnd draraa. There will be of the Hof Theatre, Vienna, will be the The fact that Senator Gorman has tion. an abundance of larce comedy at the premiere dancer. Others of no less not called nt the White House since llenfncH Cannot "Grand," and the manager of the celebrity, from the other side of the the present occupant was inaugura- by local applications, lie Cured as they cannot "Schiller 'has the latest "adap tations' ' Atlantic, will assist her. The "Coryted has been the cause of no end of A Sclentlfio American reach the diseased portions of the by Mr. Frohman. gossip. According to Mr. Gorman's phees," who arrived with the chorus Auenoy for As car. There is only one way to cure Abbey Shoeffel Grau, the renown from Europe the other day, are a lot friends he has not called because he Deafness, and that is by constitution- triumvirate of Grrtnd Opera impres-sariohas not been asked to do so, and will of beauties, representing nearly evey al remedies. Deafnes is caused by nn are preparit tg to put a spectacnot until he receives an invitation. nation in Europe, principally Italy inflamed condition of the mucous Some of Mr. Clcvelands talking lining of the Eustachian tube. When le on the stage of f Jie Auditorium that and France. The principal dramatic will attract and nslionish theatre-goer- s TlW KSk WM SSBBBP friends say that he has not forgiven OAVKAT. and vocal parts will be assumed by this tube becomes inflamed you have from one end of TRADE MARKS. Lottie the Maryland Senator for his hesitathe country to the Louise Beaudet,Malcolm, Gillman, Missu DBSIQN PATKNTS, a rumbling sound or imperfect hearHer Barne-manCOPVRIQHTS. ataJ other. Only a few details are yet Russell, Miss tion at the Chicago convention, and rreo uanabook write to and Signors Brighenti, Octavi, ing, and when it is entirely closed j ot inrnrmation ana 1111DAUW.AY, NEW VOIIK. MVNS A CO., known about the j iece, but these are Biagirclli and Campana. that lie intends to punish him by ig- deafness is Oldest bureau for aocurlnu patents Id America. the result, nnd unless the sufficient to stamp as the most Kvcry patent tnien out by ua la brought befor. l, noring him. Dy nnd by .this may The first performance is announced tbo uuullo by n iiutlco glvra troo 01 cbirgo la Una deafness can be taken out and this unique and luagiiificieut work for April 17, and the season will conbreed trouble, if it isn't fixed up tube restored to its normal condition, of the kind known to the modern tinue for six mouths following that some way. Gorman has been credithearing will be destroyed forever; stage. dnte. tartest rlreulatlnn of any aclentlflo paper In tbe ed with securing more appointments wonu. rpitMumir uiu.iraiou. no inx.!lllgnnl nine cases out often are caused by camau anoum oo wiiunui, it. A Mnll Atrent'n Experience. Plans for const ruction were laid a in the Government rrinting office months. j car t HJJI.U uut. tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamLouis D. Breunccke, Walhalla.S.C, nj mjuiU3, than any other Democratic Senator, ed condition of the mucous surfaces. year and a half go under the guidance of Irmc Ki mlfy, whose success- had Rheumatism for fifteen years and and it was to make sure prestige in duing that time had never been free We will give one hundred dollars that office would be maintained that for any case of deafness, caused by ful managemen t of spectacular pro- from pain. He tried the Hot Springs BROWN'S IR0$ BITTERS ductions has go incd him internationhe bad himself made chairman of the and physicians without benefit. After Curta Indigestion, lllllomnen, Dyipepila, Mala, catarrji, that cannot be cured by a taking two bottles of Drummond's al fame. rla, NcrvouincM, ttud (jcuural DcWllty, Commlttc on Trinting. Now, if Mr. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cirrccommeml It. AlldcaKra sell It. Ocnulns comprises x prologue and thirty Lightning Remedy he wrote that he It Cleveland's Public Printer attempts culars, free. butradu matlc and crucaod red Unci on wrapper. was free from pain, and able to take tableaux, bear c the title "America," several long walks. Y6ur druggists the ignoring process there will be F. J. CHERNEY & Co. Toledo. O. and has for its subject the rise and should keep this remedy. If he has trouble right away, and it will be seSold by all druggists, 75c. Mnnjr Persons progress of ifois country from the not got it, write to the Drummond rious trouble too, ee if it. isn't. liroVcn' down from orerwork or bouitaoli Are 0 Maiden time of Cain mbus' landing down to Medicine Company., " Brown's Iron Hitters It is now stated thattheadtuinlstra-tio- n Coughing leads to Consumption. Lane, New York, and they will supply the present t' .ty. rebuilds the syatem, alU illgettloa, rtmorea is to have a financial bill as well Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at once This histo pc theme will be, illus you. Agents wanted. ecMuf bilc.uudiursiiuilirlu, G' the genuine. h our business: we don't need any, in fact our oods only need to be seen to sell ihem. We'll not talk your arm off to sell you a suit of clothes, for if you will only inspect the quality and prices you will be sure to buy. We can suit you from the cheapest io .he vevy finest, in men's, boys an J children's clothing. Our Iine of Shoes tSBDYTHE, JlGHT fffll Notions Gent's Furnishing Goods 7SJBjPP6'7 LADIES DRESS GOODS, The question is ofted asked, "What are the rules for laying out mile and E. D. GUFFY. B. D. RINQO. half-mil- e tracks?" The following simple directions may be found useful: For a mile track draw a line through an oblong center 440 yards in length, Will practice In all courts of Ohio setting a stake at each end. Then counties, and In Superior Court andand adjoining Court of Ap. peala. Collection all legal business attended draw a line on either side of the first to. Office, No. 328 andMarket atHartford, Ky. E. line, exactly paralel with, and feet two inches from it, 417 setting stakes at either end of them. You will then have an oblong AU0RME7 AT LAW, square 440 yards long and 834 inches wide. At each end of these lines you will now set stakes. Now fasten a 13. 13. chord or wire 417 feet two inches long to the center stake of your paralleo-graand then describe a half-circl' driving stakes as often as you wish (Office in Cr.wder Building.) to set a fence post. When the circle Will practice hla courts of is made at both ends of yourparalleo-gramyo- u Ohle and .adjoiningprofession la all the Notary counties. Also TJnsafr Public will have two straight sides and two circles which, measured three feet from the fence, will be exactly one mile. The turns should IM:. Zj. be thrown up an inch to the foot. ATTORNEY AT LAW, A half mile track: Draw two paralel lines 600 feet long and 452 feet Will practice hla profession in all tha Courla at five inches a part. Half-wa- y between Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ef the extreme ends of the two parallel Appeals. Special attention slTen to collection. Office, orer Williams, Bell Co' drugstore. lines drive a stake, then loop a wire around the stake, long enough to reach to either side. Then mark a true curve with the wire as often as a fence-pois needed. When this operation is finished, at both ends of the 600-loparalel lines the track is laid out. The inside fence will rest exacly on the line drawn, but the track must measure a half-mil- e three feet from the fence. The turns should be thrown up an inch to the foot. The stretches may be anywhere from forty-fiv- e to attention siren to collections. Office north side public square. Vl TI Attorneys at Law. i Perry Westerfiold auA.iTC3JK3D, e, "Weddlntr, Attorney at Law, Une.ELy. HCeavrln, Hartford, Ky, :,l 8- st WgH 4&3H3 Nil sixty feet. CXEAK RUN. D.EMJS.T;- - , .;t" D. J. April 8. As I have not seen anything from this place for some time, I thought I would send you a few items. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT & CO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. o'!trsiM' ft aakalllv mEsm .i i Is prepared to do all kinds of Farmers are busy plowing for corn. Dental work at reasonable pricea. Wheat and oats are looking well at present. Mr. J. A. Park gave an elegant birth day dinneryesterday.it being his fifty-fift- h birth day. Mrs. Thomas Newcomb, who has been visiting her parents in Daviess county, has returned home. Married, at the residence of the bride's parents.Mr.and MrsJ.H.Feem-ste- r to CE.Hoover to Miss Beatrice Feemscr. Both are from this place. May they have a long and happy life is the wish of J. W. B. THE NEXT MORNING ITlZL BRIGHT AND "The most glittering spectacle that hEWAND MY COMPLEXION 13 BtfTEH. I ever witnessed, " says a traveller, an if: tea. "occured in Zanzibar while I tarried pad. with Company E of the Holstein all drnralitt nil tt at Ma and $1.00 a Pcis. Guards, who, with a number of other Toucannitunttt,Mn4ourauldrcasrirrrtesuuipta, If (one' Mritltlna tn.vr. tbr h.wtlMk companies, were stationed there by 4jr. In Fault? )ettrAltli:r.tMi!liixiMirr. A'lttrM. online the Government. I was not in the German army, but I accompanied them on friendly terms, sketching for enrwiTCTT. HttliaCiUfT. m . a A Glltterlaa; Hpactaele. TrfaaBSBVSrH LAHE'SMEDICIW m b3 f-- 5t daz-clin- TARLER'SDII C BUGKEYELiU OlfiTMENT: s, mm mw 1101 col-losa- myself, Zanzibar furnishes some of the finest specimens of tropical foliage and plant life that one can imagine. The willow tree of that country is really beautiful. One afternoon while out sketching, I was caught in a true African thunderstorm. Lots of thunder and lightning but little rain. The rainfall was sufficient, however, to cover a neighboring willow with myriads of drops, which, when a little later the sun shone out, g reflected its rays in colors. But before this the tree was struck by lightning. Not enough to destroy it, but sufic'ient current to spread from limb to limb and leaf to leaf, entering into every crystal drop that swayed with the wind tossed leaves. The "TheelTect was marvelous. rich green of the leaves set off the gorgeous gems that glittered and sparkled richer than any diamond set in gold. It was for an instant, but that instant was sufficient to give one an idea what an Eden or a might look like. When such things occur in the land of the sun, do you wonder that the Arabian literature abounds in rich, fancy and gorgeous descriprions?" ever-changinHes-perid- worms; WHITE'S CREM EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. " Hm led all Worm RenwdlM. rneuw i VEMiEJliE FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVERYWHERE. r bkhudsm mem co., k. una, Tfre Quarterly Register of . . . to. 1.00 Slail. CcdI.i, Par Tsar, BeaadTtlsass, $1.(0 T UUIMV ... j'V 1 V 6-1 1lui.kL. tad. . email UeiniHtr, Itasca, M. For sal. (Mikar BootuUnt aad Km r.iliai IkrouikNt tk. V id, 75k. .Ill alio or .111 be auUcd direct Uu yltcm la Ike Festal UaLaea ICHUaUAN. wttW.-A- . B. WINiHir, idlM jiSSiilSff "A awad, Haul? aad Slik-clnfcUcalU.. t aaa 1u ib,.ri.t7 suck Mwk cm4.w lata so iin.lt a unapau." rftSsViTc. .5 ..11 .. .J -- oi tr tSGfiSSjgasffff adta1"-- 4 CURRENT HISTORY. MTAOIT, 2 "'f 'VW, A Hie., fc . ft, v. w iW fJ:KJ . . Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY;: P. Harris, R. L. Britton and T. F. Dean, M'g1" and Props. The only raodernly built Theater Mrs. in the city. .1. . r , SKu 11 Pw J'hysl-clan- ... 48-5- Flower Needs Rent Free lo Everybody, The attention of our readers is call ed to the attractive advertisement of S. H. Moore & Co., publishers of The Ladies' World, New York, in this issue of our paper. They offer to send their charming Magazine on trial 3 months for only fa cents, and to each subscriber is sent free, ns a preumium 200 varities of choice flower seeds, also a packet of, the most popular Eckford sweet peas. The concern is thoroughly reliable, their offer most liberal, and our readers should take advantage of it. w yf , . . The only Theater playing first-claattractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of 4th avo., between Walnut and Green. Prices 50o, 25c, 15c and 10c. ss vl II N FOR DVHrBPSIA Use jy Ul.aialal.na laiAAntmansI II ...v AU dealer keep U. 11.00 per botUv GfttiM rvu wun i w an inaihitsVfWK Brewa's Ira Blttar. nvvu I, M I e :f t V ? IT ,i I. V Last week we Displayed aGreatLine of New Goods, Ready to Meet the Wants of all. The heavy rains and sunshine have revived the farmers and We invito your special attention to our iimnoiise lino of Drcsa Goods, all seem ready to make a dollar as well as save one. This week just fresh Irom tho markets, already they Imvo hcjjnn to movo nicely nt we offer special inducements to the man or! puces that must please even the closest trader. Drew Goods, Trimmings woman that has something' to sell as well as something to buy. mid Milliunery, will be looked alter by Miss Lw.io llarnes, who is well posted a small sum of Every assertion we make must be backed with solid truths, and in her business. A stylish Dross and a neat Hut foryour bill with us. rnouoy is economy iu the strictest sense, ko conio and niako we feel that if you will allow us we will be your friend in saving wide-awak- e go-ahead WAST Our lino of Clothing is complete, with nil llio things in the market. Wo feel assured that we cannot ho excelled in Ohio County ior low prices and good values. Wo defy compe tition and only ask that you give us a J friendly call hefore huyiug elsewhere. 1'rinco Alhert suits, Jsacqucs and in nil colore, for young and middle aged men. Cut-alwa- ys, OLOTHINO. you money. and you get close to him. Drop Touch a man's pocket-boo- k you. Save one yourself and a dollar in the thank us for it. Come and see our inducements. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Quick Sales, Small Profits, CashSystemNo RisksEven Exchange of Dollars or Eqauls is all we ask.So getinjjyuur wagons and bring Meat, Lard, Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Wool,ACorn, Hay, Etc., and come to see us, Will, payjiighest market-prices- . samc-andjiethanks TiTMITBgM"iiJn'V?'i1'CT;r;T'gnai'' " " " Li s. nmmi 3m m n i m e;,y a. i!"l ' ,C3 Nv i Our Car-Loa- d of Top Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts 'I rfl .i , yV ... : a I Til SHOES. We carry the largest line of Shoes in the Green River couutry, of only the best brands, from tho Kangaroo down to the Bufi Shoe, at $1.25, all shapes of toe as well as patent leather Slippers. Ladies Slippers are out of eight, from 75c to $2.00, iu nil the styles. We buy these from reliablo firms and can give you a better Shoe for the money than the common Shoe denier. Ladies conio in and sec our Slippers and Shoes for children. Our Lino QEi'EiiO of Hats 1 is immense. wmmBmBs&uoaxvzXimvcxt 1 I will be here in a day or too. The Goods ram not. hn excelled in style, and the price will be astonishing for such a riff for so little money. Don t buy until you have seen what we have. This week we sent the older for the secend car of the Celebrated Old's Kernel Wagons, which will be here in a few days in all sizes from 2i in. to 3 in., with and without steel skein. Everv wnsron warranted bv the company. Come and sec them. None better. Remember our lino of Staples is in the reach ol all. Cotton IMusli, Uottonade, Shirting Sliootin, Ticking. I'alionos, CJinpliaiii". Sutincs, Linens and Lawns too numerous t mention. wiM.u."jnMMAMVMiirmr STAPLES. -- W, i'nMgi best lirandf of Ihiw ouc,Dosolved Hone.Tobacco Grower and Fertilisers, lorpill crops guarntced to be as good a any kind sold in Ohio county. So s.ivo money by sending or coming yourself. Allow us to remind you that wo arc carrying tho FERTILIZERS. The truth is vc ought to have neither, The ra.'t of Ill been ft but if we vote whisky down e wi 1 great problem with have a chance to break up the Wind Dr. Tenner not to That fertilizer will now be used for Tigers. So let us. in the name FRIDAY, AP1UL 14, 1893. bring bis Golden horse feed? God, work and pray for the voting Relict to cure ail- ments having so That it takes 5,ooo honey bees to down of the open saloon and the PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORXIXO. many dlliorent weigh a pound? breaking up of the Mind Tigers, and names, but to so represent It av that JO. II. IKKJKHS, . Elltor nnil Proprietor. somebody is tickled 'cause make Hartford a fitter place lorYoung That tho people would understand and believe C. M. Hicks. Dr. Williams is in town? America. It It really Is a specific In ono disease, viz.: Inflammation. IJut tint dlsca3o has so afterAt Owensboro last Friday e is to That the Hartford many forms and names. Thm: Ily Its external In Memory ofC. S. noon four warehouses and 19,000 bar- have a new cabinet outfit? application It cures any tuotbailiu In ono minNever did an accident happen in ute. Any neuralgia or mean tile r ilu In ono to rels of whisky were destroyed by fire. That Martin Kahn eats seven eggs the little town of Hartford that caused eight minutes. Any headache u 2 toi minutes. R. Monarch was tbo heaviest loser. Any backache In 8 minutes. Cold horcs on for breakfast every morning? more universal sorrowthanthedrown-ingo- f ono application. Ono drop cures an Indolentlips, ulThat E. Tracy is growing enorMr. C. S. McLean, Sunday cer. Any cut, bruise, burn or rheumatism It of twenty convicts to work mously fat and distressingly lazy? cures at onco and without sorencs or matter-ntlpA hand afternoon, March s6, 1S93. Although Can work with comfort whllo tho wound on the roads of Ohio couuty through Casebier hasn't been to a comparative stranger in our com- Is raw. By Its internal use, colic, or pain in That Sam 5 minutes. about eight or nine months of the Central City for more than a week? munity, by his winsome manners, stomach, euro follows. Dyspepsia, relief at one. Radical DiarrLaca, dysentery or year would make a vast improvecures at oneo. Sorethroat, bronchitis and reflui, That Col. W. H. Moore and Dr. J. bright and happy disposition, and MEETS ALL DAILY consumption, it hen used In time, euro follows highment in the condition of our E. Pendleton went fishing last week? ligious virtues, he had won the love as surely as day follows tho night. ways. teachI'cople aro beginning to understand and to That Charley Hamilton has a posi- and confidence of his associates, tall: about it. It and cures InflamHe was indeed mation wherever searches out Xo Inflammation, ers and class-mateIt exists. tion in the Company Store at ? Tin: Democracy is always boasting held as a model young man by all who no soro throat. No lullammatlon, no consumption. No Inllaiumatlon, no in clllng, no pain, no of its love for the fairer sex as postknew him. He had been a compantoothache. Not so complicated after all. ConThat Bat Nail isn't exactly decided ion TO ALL. tains no narcotics or mine masters and used to severely criticise of outs for several mouths, and it certain. Ono tablespoouf ul ral poNons.I.:Safo and Uobo cures a rlppc. in his opinion as to who it was that was with deep sorrow and 'regret that It never disappoints. Money refunded If satisthe Republicans both for refusing to said he looked like a Chinaman? we cave him up to the One who faction not gltcn. Take homo a bottlo appoint them or for removiug them. That the students who expect to claimed him as a jewel. Cut the outcome of the fight at Sultake part in the oratorical contest in Xlltlce. We realize that our loss is Heaven's phur Springs doesn't sustain their Those persons owing Dr. L. T. Cox June are very busy with their pieces? gain and we submit to Him "who ALIKE. chivalry. Mr. Kirby receives the apThat a College girl not long ago doeth all things well." No more a will please call on me and settle the pointment instead oHhe lady appliwas heard to say that of all the trees mother's hand shall smooth his fever- same, thereby saving cost. cant, Mrs. Morton. M. L. HiJAViUN. SPECIAL 37 3t she ever saw she liked A. Crabtrce ed brow or a sister speak sweet words best? of encouragement to him. But may Given to the Traveling Tin: convict question is one which That R. E. Lee Simniennan won- they ever be as faithful as he, and for years has been n vexing question Public. ders why this column hasn't said meet their loved one in the land bein many States of tho Union, and esoranything about his interest iu the yond the stars. We deeply' feel the pecially iu the South and Kentucky. Water Mill lately? loss we have sustained but know that OhioCoun-t- y It has been practically demonstrated That the largest crowd in town Heaven has been enriched, and He by the past experience of our own since the political speakings last sum- who took him from us did it for the State nud the recent experience of our mer will hear Henry Watterson at the best and will comfort the sorrowing i i sister State of Tennessee that the Court House Mny hearts. 13th? ue a peoplo vill not submit to competition Though he be one cruelly torn lioin That an unusually largo quid of to- the bonds of this sinful world, the hnt.li t.lin with convict labor. But there is an v..v, votincv ;- vn found on the pavement Monday light of his noble example of hon0 employment sufficient for the working bacco gave rise to a discussion as to wheth- esty and uprightness will continot all our convicts, and that is tbo TJuffffy er Capt. Sam E. Hill was in town? ue to shine, making our pathway seem placing tho m at work upon the public That Hartford's members of thefair brighter as we strive from day to day, highways. If the convict labor is not sex greeted Easter with a display of hoping that we, too, shall leave be sufficient to keep tho roads in condibeof hind us such a light. s embellishtion then we are in favor of finishing millinery and We shall hear no more his pleasant ments quite impressive so far as the up the job by taxation. Away with lookers-owere concerned, but quite voice, but we know that it is heard in the present system. It is a miserable depressive as concerned the old gen- the beautiful beyond, where he joins a. p. failure. the angels in singing praises that tleman's pocket-book- ? of never cease one time, is in God's NIIHIIVK. hand, and well it is soforhe'will take Niilv. I'or April lo. Mrs. lid Davidson was A young mare adapted to family care of those who ate his shall die iu As called to Cancyville Tuesday to sec the best time. However, their death her brother, Mr. Anderson Blaine, who driving purposes. cm :xice may seem to us untimely it will not E. D. Pi:ndi.i:to.v, m. d. is very sick. be found unseasonable. Hartford, Ky. at His death Miss Ada Porter, of Hartford, came has cast a gloom over his home and up Sunday and will begin school here iii:ii,. friends. He is dead but the memory We wish her success and a April Please allow 111c space in of him shall live forever in the hearts 10. pleasant time. your valuable paper for a few lines of the people of Hartford. Miss Lilly Carden, Trisler, spent on the whisky question. Some say: We, Saturday nud Sunday with Miss Lelia of the R. C. of "If whisky was voted back in Hart- Society,the members sympathize E.with do deeply Murphy. ford it would bring 'life' to the old those bound to him by kindred ties, Will Murphy left Sunday for Illitown." I think the gentlemen are nois. bc-- c mistaken about that, but instead it and earnestly pray that they may be Mrs. Win. Tunstall attended the comforted. would bring idleness and drunkenburial of her grandmother, Mrs. I,cti-ti- a Ei.va Morton, o e ness, and make the town an unfit ' Ei.la Cox, Robertson, Monday. place for cither ladies or gentlemen. Suk Yi:isi:h, Com. Miss Mary Keenc, of l'enn, is visBesides that, just think of the young Ruth Coomiiks, iting her mother. Vaxkssa. Laura Ri!xi:ii, miuds it brings to ruin. The people 13, ought to have a higher ambition than Prof. I. S. Mason's school at Pleas- to allow saloons in their midst The first train over the Pordsvlllc ant Ridge gave a very creditable enSome say: "We had just as well and Horse Branch Railroad was run tertainment Friday night, last. have j c n t nkc 1 1 J t 1 Jii t' Tigers. "Tuesday. Hartford Republican TAYI.OR DO YOU KNOW toir-n- Toirs Taru-ly- , m&p nm&:. .r.WVT- J?tt013CA Com to Hartford to PT3r-iiA- CO vcszauaanauii si i: Tin: gSr- frrlTf Mra&S. r .'I j post-offic- fOTfefc? m$M JHfSSSiftai&WW L.,rfiTt. tOrt7tS i$!: w v '1W J Kmil fXfAW. " JWtt17 CASEBIER'S 'BUS SPRING OPENING OF Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. He will wive voir MONEY by Haying from s. Pow-derly- HIM. Will mm imiu ATTEiTl0JS sell yon a Huggy, up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. Lap Duster and Whip from $00.00 The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- Harnc, tion of building the best Huggy for tho money ot any Factory So come and judge for yourself. Election Notice. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Call on us for htuilirg der of the uith is u possible a lop Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handle. Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price? A good saddle horse, Court, there will Spring wagons and UupRy hiUer-platcd Pursuant to an opened poll in dress-maker- n 1893. J. P. STEVENS, Sheriff Ohio County. cincts in Hartford, Ky., on the second day May, 1803, tween the hours of 7 m. and 4 m., to take the sense the legal voters in said town the question whether or not the local law now in force prohibiting the sale spirituous, vinous and mnilt liquors in said town, shall m inoperative On our' Bus Line and therein. This March No oxtra charg0 for teams, Easy rides to B.Dam, horses and harness. In fact .you can get Everything promptly and Right low in prices, we always have rigs for hire Day or night for Both rich and poor. Under all circumstances. Hough or gcod roads Travel is all the same baggage. Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Address of all kinds of Vehicles. CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY ..-- CO. OHIO, U. V S. A. ItrsoliilloiiN. with feelings of the profotuulest regret of the sad bereavement of Comrade Webb in the loss of his companion. Rr.SOi,Vi!!, That this Tost tender to the bereaved Comrade our heart-fel- t sympathy and condolence in bis af fliction. Ri'.SOt,vi!i, That a copy of tbetc resolutions be presented to tlic Comrade, and that a copy be spread on the minutes of the Post. J. C. Chamiwkmx, Com. Rev. J. W. Gant, of the Christian Church, will deliver a scries of discourses at the C. P. Church, beginning Thursday, the 20th. Circuit Court is in session at Owensboro. I Wur.iiKAS, We learn v- - ' . I . IV ,1.-2r-s-rif- "fnJlitlfTf w,. CVVJ t Ulldr V ' '..witteM...... hIII, r&m inn it I.. .' r. - i.'wt r'v (.... r A 1 1 II 11 ';.. !'"JA " f)n:r,FM!a O'linii I Adonis Wanted! II. A. LOZEIER&CO., Wholesales Daalers, 340 Suporior St. y CLEVELAND, O. t the NewipuMr Ad?M nan I mm N.TCftiWnElSiN. our tuUioriud hnbI -- tv. K M Dave Johnson has been appointed City Marshal. Remember that C. L. Field is the place to hire your rigs. Williams, Hell & Co. have a full line of Paints and Oils, cheap. PER30NAL M. L. Hcavrin went to Cromwell Wednesday. R. P. Hocker, Beaver Dam, was in the city Monday. A. Lee Rowe, Ccntertown, was in the city Tuesday. J. M. Rogers, Beaver Dam, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. J. E. Rowe went to Owensbo-r- o Wednesday. Lucien Kinimcl, Ceralvo, made us a pleasant call yesterday. Prof. A. II. Stewart, Rosinc, was in to see us this week. F. M. JopHn, Eliabcthtown, was in the city Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. II. P. Taylor nnd son, John, returned from Louisville yesterday. Our old friend, C. Marion Hicks, Bedn, was in to see us Mouday. Attorney M. L. Ileavrm spent a few days in Owensboro last week. Prol. I. S. Mason, who is teaching nt Pleasant Ridge, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. C. M. Barnett, Owensbo-ro- , is visiting her parents near THE ALMIGTY DOLLAR IS TII15 DOLLAR YOU SI'ISND WITH US, Williams. Hell & Co. nre still leaders in fresh drugs nnd reasonable prices. Nicest assortment of Wall Paper in town, at L. B. Bean's. Call nnd c. Di'CAusi; wis givis Tin? Greatest Value FOR YOUR MONEY. If you want n good buggy one that is guarantee.lin cvcryrcspect.call on Cnscbicr & Burton. Next week the Ri'.puiimcan will contain instructions regarding the vote on the whisky question, May 2d- J D. Edmonson, M. M. Kahn's popular clerk, has been somewhat sick for a day or two, but is linprov-i'f- f. QUALITVis of FIRST IMPORTANCE. QUALITY JOIN1JD WITH -- IS THM - mmm mmm& We Keep Quality. VE SELL it at LOW PRICES. riTSlSIS OUR SPL1SNDID STOCK-XD- a AND FOR SAI.IS AT PRICKS THAT MAKI? TIIK DOLLAR MIGHTY. Hemcinher we want jour Wool. Kggs and Feathers. Fair Bros. -- & OF. Co. PKOPRIIJTORS Ilaiffoid Temple of Fashion. Children Suits from fi.oo to 55.00 at Kahh's. PREMIUM! Look at the prettiest- line of New One nice Patent Hcail Guitar gicii Ties for 25c at Kahn's. tonnj one lliiyiiiB 25.00 worth ofgooiLs Just received, at L. H. Itcau's a (except oils anil p.iinth) at my House new stock of Wall Paper. between this ami January :. 1894. Ice for sale at any time and in any $1 00 worth ot goods taught at one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. quantity nt Williams Pros. Resp'y, 25 tickets I guitar Porn, to the wile of T. L. Griffin I.. II. Khan-- . Hartford, Ky. on the nth inst., a fine boy. FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 189.1. - Tiado with Carhon & Co. .New Millinery .it Carson & Co's. Uriug your wool to Carson & Co Wc lead in Clothing. Carson & Co We pay cash lor produce. Sti:vi'.xs& WANT15I) F.ggs. CorxiNS. One thousand doicn Stuvuns & Cor.UNS. liny your neckwear ofCar.son & Co. llring your produce to Carson & Co. Milk Shake nt Stevens & Novelties in Veiling at Fair Hios. &Co. Fair Hros. & Co.nrc the Clothing Men. See the new straw Go to Hoover & Collins for any- thing you need in the Grocery Hue. Ladies Hats! A New Line just reCollins. ceived at prices to make them go at Kahn's. The school nt Hasham's District, No. 47, in care of Prof. A. R. Reufrow is flourishing. Every ladv that wants a stylishly trimmed hat come to Fair Pros. & Co., the leaders. Prof. F. L. Sanderfur has a pleasant school at District No. 107, which is progressing nicely. hats at Carson & Co's. Finest Dress Goods, at Fair Uros. &Co. Men's Fine Shoes just received at Kahn's. A new Line of Men's Suits at Kahn's. Fair Pros. & Co. want your Wool, Eggs, nnd Feathers, will pay the highest market price. Saturday was a big clay at Carson Men's Suits, all wool, sold at $10. & Co's. Will sell Friday, Saturday nnd MonIlest of Groceries, at Stevens & day at $8.00 at Kahn's. Collins. When you cometo town bring your Hooer & Collins deliver your produce to Hoover & Collins and get the highest market price (or it. goods free. Men's working shirts from 35c to Look at Kahn's Fine Ladies Shoes, sold at $2.25. Will sell Friday, Satur50c at Kahn's. day and Monday for $1.25 at Kahn's. Fair Uros. & Co. are Wreckers of Clothing at Kahn's to suit your High Prices. pocket book. The Newest Styles and . Host Plow Shoes, nt $1 at Fair Best Goods nnd the Lowest Prices nt Uros. & Co. Knhn's. Large variety of men's Straw Hats, James Thomas, who was so badly at Fair Uros. & Co. crippled some time ago. the particulars Children's Suits, $1 and up, at of which we gave at the time, is imFairllros. &Co. proving. A New Line of the Ilest' Light Col- Go to Hoover & Collins for canned ors at 5c at Knhn's. Pineapples, Apricots, Peaches, TomaIlest Stock of Shoes in the county, toes, Com, Peas, Oysters, Saidiucs and Chipped Beef. nt Fair Bros. & Co. Call on Cascbicr & Burton for conveyances of any kind saddle horses, good feed and in fact ec:ything, at reasonable rates, day or night. Beda. Rev. J. H. James preached nt the Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman left for Faught Schoolhousc Sunday morning, his appointment at Whitesville yesand Rev. R. A. Crowe preached at the terday. Miss Belle Whittinghill. Rosinc, same place Sunday evening. visited the family of C. B. Sullcnger G. D. Westcrficld has gone to his Saturday. farm in the Crane Pond neighborhood A. C. Rowan and Levi Willto raise a crop. We and the girls iams, Abbieville, wete in town very much dislike to give Gid up, so the first of the week. long. J. B. Foster, one of Bcda's enterMr. G. C. Roberts, the gentleman- prising merchants, made our office n pleasant call yesterday. ly manager of the Company Store at Ben Field, traveling salesman for Dcauficld has planted a flower garden Simmons Hardware House, of St. with a rich variety of rare flowers. Louis, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Roberts is n great lover of nature Col. J. S. R. Wedding returned and he spends his spare moments in Monday from n business trip to his garden. Frankfort and Louisville Monday. Dr. J. P. Williams, representing the Mr C. MTTlicks, n student of Prof. popular II. II. Davis, of Point Pleasant, is Armendt,dental office oi Dr. W. B. Owensboro, is in the city. de eloping into an artist. He has II. T. Thomson, of the entersome fine samples of his pen work. prising firm of Thomson & Rag-lanHe will have maps in the School ExHorton, made us n call Monhibit nt the Institute this summer nnd day. whoever excels him will have to husMr. B. D. Ringo, accompanied by tle. Mrs. Ringo, nttended the Road Convention at Bowling Green Wednesday Col J. S. R. Wedding has been ap- and yesterday. pointed a member of .the Committee Mrs. Mary Bell, Buford, and her on Arrangements nnd Reception for little grandson, Rolla Riley, visited Mrs. I. P. Barnard, the meeting of the National Republican League, which meets in Louis-vill- c Louisville, this week. Mrs. John Brotherton and little in May. He will look after the interests of all the Ohio county boys, grandson, Jim Lamar, Owensboro, were the guests of Capt. Cox's family who may attend. the first of the week. Miss Olive Lashbrook, Utica, DaMrs. John McDanicl, living near Short Creek in Grayson county, viess county, was the guest of . W. Stevens and family, of died last Saturdayand was interred at Saturday nnd Sunday. Shinkle Chapel Sunday. She was n Mrs. C. L. Woodward, Centertowu, sister of Miss Leah Hudson, of Hart- is visiting the family of her father, ford. The corpse was brought through Wm. Foster, Sr., and that of her 1?. P. Thomas, this by land and stopped at Mr. Win. brother-in-laLyons Saturday night, where services week. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gufly and Mr. were held Sunday morning. Charlie Hardwick and Miss Hennie A few wee'es ago the tip and all the Gunther were members of the party who made the buildings at the mines nt Dcancficld Fordsville and first trip over the new Horse Branch Railroad fire, as was noted Tuesday. were destroyed by in the RiU'Uiu.iCAN at that time. Hlmycil. Under the efficient management of Two iron gray mares were taken up D. Stuart Miller the works have been replaced including new machinery by me as strays on Wednesday, Apr. and arc now ready for work. Deane-fiel- d 12, at my farm near Beda. The owner can get them by calling and paying for has a bright prospect before it. this advertisement. G. W. Hoovcit. Beda, Ky. Two weeks ago the Town Trustees m 1. m asked Town Marshal, W. P. Thomas, ii:m.vim.i:. to resign, which he did and in settleApril 13. D. J. Morrison is travelment with the Hoard Monday came ing for the Phoenix Insurance Co. short. In settlement with out 5I36-0Mrs. Maggie Early is teaching the the Board of School Trustees he was spring school here. short $274, or a total of $410.09. This Mr. Axton, of Owensboro, was with is very greatly to be regretted, and us yesterday. especially so by his bondsmen who Prof. C. M. Bruner is teaching a will have to make the amount good. select school at New Chapel. Misses Mollie, Alice and Dolly Marriage license since our last reJett will go to Henderson soon to port: II. C. Keown to Miss Martha E. spend a few days. Arnold. C. I?. Hoover to Miss BeatM. Moslcy, Manager of Pellville rice Fecmster. G. W. Bellamy to Miss went to Louisville last Victoria Adams. J. II. Chapman to week to purchase goods. Miss Effic Rowe. R. P. Miller to Miss Jo. B. Rogers, ot the RisrunMCAN, Edith Christian. Abraham White to visited us week before last and left Miss Mary Green. E. P. Cooper to the impression that he is the right Miss Stella Taylor. Henry Nichols man ill the right place. We think Jo. to Miss Louisa Tichenor. G. J. is a hustler from away back. Christian to Miss Maggie L. Bradley. Two of our most worthy young laNorman Camp to Miss Sarah E. dies, Misses Annie and Nol.a Clark, Frank Roach to Miss Vi- have been attending school in Hart-lor- d Christian. ola Brown. Samuel W. Maddox to for a month or more, and we are Miss Laura B. Adkins, glad to know that they have selected We understand there is a town or- such an nble instructor as our old dinance against the use of all weap- teacher, Dr. Alexander. When we think of him our mind wanders back Notwithons that throw missiles. standing this it has not been long to old Oakland Seminary, in Daviess since about half the boys and some of county, where so many young- men educa-catc- d the men in town were using catapults started out in the world well and have since made themon the streets and now it is common to hear the report of n flobcrt rifle selves known. We arc proud of Dr. Alexander, nnd to hear the bullit whiz through proud of the Rkpuiimcan, proud of thenir. If the laws are enforced inn case or two this thing would stop and its editor and in fact proud of nearly does not stop some one will be cverj thing, d, k, k, - KxIrnrlR from Town Tnttler. But just isn't Mr. F. M, Wcstcrfield getting to be n great joker. Not long ago he perpetrated the hound pup joke on our jolly Jailor and now he's having fellows feed fertilizer for ship stuff. Frank, is this natural with you or is it acquired after long years of practice? felRecently, that whole-soulelow, Evans Cornelius, who works nt Field's Livery Stnblc, was in the Feed Store of J. W. Ford & Co., nnd noticing n barrel containing some pc-lilooking composition asked what it was. Mr. F. M. Wcstcrfield, who was present, very graciously informed him it wns n new kind of ship stuff, mndc of corn and oats. Evans is always thinking of the welfare of the horses of the stable and remarked that he believed he would take a double-handfover to the stable and try it, and so he did. He poured the new found treasure into the trough of a favorite horse but the equine was seized with fright or some inexplicable desire to get away from the trough, and was soon pulling back by the halter with all his might. Go near that trough? Not he. At last Evans nwokc to the fact that he had been made the victim of a joke, nnd that instead of the composition being feed as represented by Mr. Westerfield, it was fertiliser ol the rankest odor. It you wish to be on friendly terms with nil men don't mention fertilizer to Evans Cornelius. d ar ul HERE WE ARE! Every since our first experience striven to establish a business the trade in general. This wo in busine9 wo have tlmt would accommodate have now accomplish. WE HAVE A STOCK Cannot Be Surpassed BY ANY HOUSE IN THE GREEN RIVER COUNTRY. The very and Finest and Largest Line of EVER BROUGHT TO HARTFORD. A complete lino of Dry Goods. all styles and shapes, together In Hats you will have no trouble in getting a fit in anything you may need; with a $3,000 stock of Snoes NUAVKKTOW.V We are having some nice weather, anything from 25 cents per pair up to 85.00. and the farmers are making good use of it. Health ol this community is very good, with the exception of la grippe. Mrs. John McDanicl died the 9th inst., in Grayson county, and was buried at the Chapman graveyard in this neighborhood last Sunday. Miss Ulah Newton is teaching our spring school. Sunday School was opened at the Schoolhousc Sunday, with A. R. Pir-tl- e Superintendent, and V. M. Stewart, Assistant Superintendent. There were a large number of scholars enrolled and we anticipate an interesting school. Uncle Ike Hudson, of Calhoon, is visiting relatives here. Miss Mary Woodward went to Owensboro Friday to visit relatives several weeks. Pender Bennett attended the marriage of Wayne Davis and Miss Eva Cowen at Buel, McLean county, and reports and enjoyable time. Clayton Shaver and Miss B. Davis, of Livennore, visited friends here Sunday. James Ellis, Calhoon, was in town last week. A. S. Bennett, who is attending Hartford College, visited his father's family, W. G. Bennett, last Saturday and Sunday. J. F. Nimmohas moved to Mr. A. Webb's farm. We had two Mormon Missionaries in this community last week. They preached Wednesday and Thursday nights at the schoolhouse. They were favored with large audiences, but there were very few who were willing to accept their doctrine. Wishing the Republican much success, I am, Xenia. CANEYVILLE. M jtockjtaplGS fancy Jrocem? And a complete Line of IN FACT, ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED CAN BE FOUND IN OUR MAMMOTH SPRING STOCK. Bring Us Year Wool Aad All Kinds of Country Frodncg! -To-vtrM SSOIfcT lor TrcMXG, .zi-d- . Hartford, Kentucky. $100 IN GOLD FREE. In order to induce the farmers and public to keep themselves posted upon the prices of grain, we will abso lutely giveaway $100 in gold to the persons making the nearest guesses to closing quotations of Wheat, Corn and Oats as reported by the Chicago Board of Trade, Sep ember 6, 1893. This desirable gift of $100 in gold will be distributed as follows; if it necidently shot. Better use the rifle some where else than on the street. John Smustian. Judge R. R. Wedding, of Rosinc, has been connected with the school interests of the county for a number of years. He has taught nineteen years consecutively, within a radius of about seven miles with old Salem Church about the central point. He proposes to have a reunion of his old students sometime in May or June, either at Salem or Mt. Vernon, at which he expects to have nil his old Jo. B. Sanderfur, of the Beaver Dam students nnd patrons. Dinner will clover brand of Call for the four-lea- f is building a new be served on the ground, good speakneighborhood, Shoes at Carson & Co's. house on the site of the old one which ers will be present and n pleasant day Fresh Vegatables, always on hand, has been torn away. is anticipated. at Stevens and Collins. Look at the finest Men's Suit sold 1'rt'nctitnir. Men's Fine Crusher Hats at Kahn's at $15.00, $16.50 nnd $20.00. Will Rev. J. W. Gant, of the Chrisfor one week only at $1.50. sell them Friday, Saturday and Mon- tian Church, will arrive in Hart-for- d the 20th Inst, nnd deliver n your lunch at Stevens & Col- day nt $12.50 at Kahn's. Get series of sermons, including the lins during Quarterly Court. C. M. Cole, the ingenious young Sunday, morning nnd night. of F. W. Yeiser, has been 4th Is teaching a blacksmith Miss Phronia Miller The members of the C. P. Church at home sick for several days, but very interesting school at Panther have kindly tendered their house, returned to work Monday. Creek, District No. 24. at which place the services will Emma Brookius, a colored girl liv- be held. On Saturday night before Fine white shirts, collars and cuffs, ing with Tom Nail on Dog Street, the fourth Sunday, Rev. Gant dewill be put on sale Friday, Saturday committed suicide Sunday evening by sires to meet all the members of and Monday at Kahn's. taking Btrychnine. She was discov- he Christian Church in the town and ered in the yard in an agonizing con- county, to discuss and perfect plans ?. D. Gufly is erecting a law office on the burnt comer. He will hive a dition, but before medical aid could for advancement of the Church in reach her she was dead, this continuity. fine office when it Is completed. ( Whkkkas, The good people of Ohio County have said by their votes that they don't want intoxicating liquors sold in their county and Wherkas, The Ohio County Court has recently made an order to hold an election in the town of Hartford, the county seat of Ohio county, and the home of those to whom the cares and interests of our county nre entrusted, nnd Whrkas, tjii; sams ov said wq-uowim. ihsnkpit no one hut run SHIVER, AND WOULD mj A blot on the fair name of Ohio county, therefore, belt Rr.soi.VED, By the Farmers and Laborers Union, in session assembled, this, April 7th, 1893, that we call on all good citizens to lend a helping hand in the fight against this Rum Power and to assist the good people of Hartford in the fight for good morals and good society, nnd the best interests of the town and surrounding country nEsoLVED, That a copy of these Resolutions be sent to each of the Hartford papers for publication, and a copy be spread on our minutes, J. T. Miller, Pres. REV. W. G. FULKURSQN, Sec. 1 Miss Bettie Carter left for Louisville Friday. Dr. S. T. Butler, of Sullivan, 111., was in town last week. Master Max May, Leitchficld, visited his sister, Mrs. R. L. White, last week. Lon White, of Louisville, was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brady, of Horse Branch, were in town shopping last Thursday. S. W. Bond left for Louisville Monday, where he will visit his son, Thomas Bond. Dr. V. B. Rains and wife visited friends and relatives in Horse Branch last week. R. B. Porter left for Louisville Tuesday. John Smith, of Paducah, is visiting friends here this week. JeffD. Green bos completed his neat little cottage and moved into same. R. L. Whitp has taken charge of the Bond Hotel. D. H. Hopkins, Piano and Organ Agent ol Louisville, was in town last week. E. T. Tilford returned from Louisville Tuesday. Miss Mary Hicky, Caneyville's leading dress-makehas accepted a position in Harned Bros. & Co's store, where she will work this season. J. B. Rogers, Asa Harned, Mark Harned, R. L? White and Jack Ferry have been attending court this week. Pat Hickey went to Leitchfield Monday on business. Miss Leora Romans has la grippe. Jim Daniel, Spring Lick, was in town Tuesday. The Postoflkc was broken into lost Saturday night. This is the second time that it has occurred. If the parties nre found it will not be as easy lor them as it was the first time. It must be the same one. Why not take him up and punish him like you would the older ones. lie will be old some day and then he will be an expert at the business. ' Lillian. r, "Will be given to the nearest guess to the closing quo i40In Gold. AS In G-oi- d dl v- -l tations as above stated. - 'I 0 Will be given to each oi the next on closing quotations. 12 nearest guesses The average guess on Wheat Corn and Oats gets the PRIZE. No guess taken unless on all three of the you re- products mentioned. cord. You should take particular care to give your guess jn plain figures on every blank CJ Every customer will be furnished a blank at our store, which must be filled out and will be safely deposit ed, he keeping a duplicate of the same. Contest closes Wednesday, August 23, guesses will be recorded 1893. Gl No Other prizes We are giving more goods to the dollar than any other house ia Grayson county, and our motto is "Give the best goods after that date. to the amount of $300 will be added later on. for the least money." Give us a call. No Corn,39?c; Charge for Guessing. Wheat, 84 J n, & Last Wednesday's quotations: Oats, 23$ 29c. 84c; ! ESKRIDGE & PORTER, fl Kxcnrslon Kales, For the G. A. R. Encampment nt Owensboro, April a6th. The L. St. L. &T. Ry., which is the direct line to Owensboro, will make the extrme-l- y low rate of one fare for the round trip from Louisville, Henderson and all its stations. For further information call on or address the undersigned, H. C. Mordue. G. P. A. Louisville, Ky. prepared to do all kinds of watch and clock repairing. Bring or send your work to him tf Hocker & McCowan, South Carroll-toKy., will furnish you anything from the cheapest Tomb-ston- e to the costliest Monument. See J, W. Hale's nice line of Jewel-ry- , consisting of watches, clocks, chains, etc, at Fordsville. tf n, J. W. Hale, Jeweler, Fordsville, is Ky., would be pleased to have you cidl on them, orwrite them when you are in. need of Monuments, Tombstones, or any kind of Cemetery work. They keep constantly on hand a general sappryof all kinds ot material. TW Old Reliable Homestead Fertil-ze- r far sale by Casebicr & Burton, Hocl--er & McCowan, South Carroll-to- n, Ilartfrrd, Ky. 33t f : ' .V u. & fit " i &? L . "' tf Hartford Republican FRIDAY, APRIL - 14, 1803. Tlir WlilNk)- (titration. esSonic years ago the good people of tate, Ohio county voiced their sentiments If you wish to buy any kind of real esin regard to the whisky question, and One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No. tate, the result was n complete victory for If you wish to rent property, wegian Cod Liver Oil and Mypophosphitcs of Lime prohibition. Hut now Hartford steps If you wish to loan money, and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is to the front, regardless of the will of If you wish to borrow money, 14 the people of the county, nud says by Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is If you wish to rent your property, a petition to the court that she wants that itd curative properties are unequalled. It cures If you wish to go out of business, open saloons. And as a matter of If you wish to go into business. the cough, supplies the vyaste of tissues, produces course the court didn't have backbone If you wish to sell iucrchnndi.se. flesh and builds up the entire system. enough to say nay to these petitions, Whnl nlln Yon? In short, if you wish to buy "jw&T you have sudden darting pains shuffled the responsibility on to but If Heott'a JluiuIsIuu ouroa Coughs, or sell anything, advertise in the the voters, who, it is to be hoped, in the joints or muscles, and it recurs KlU'UM.tCAX. Colds, Concumptlon, Scrofula Oppositu Citv SimIm ill. DIltVEK, Manager. and all Anaomlo and Wasting will, on May 2d, administer such a every time you get cold, and appears Repuiiing nnd We do work as elieiipas iiiibtidy, iimlity conciilered. uieoftsos. Provonts wasting In stinging rebuke to those who had the in new places without leaving any of U lit pit. Children. AI:not ns pnrtttatrie i .' y. Givu i .1 rail. MJUGIES FROM $:I5 UP. cnaiuting In effrontery to sign the petition, that the old ones, the best thing to do is to Mb. ctt only the genuine. A good reliable man with team to by Scott ,1 Dovrno, Chomlato, If aw they will not likely have the impu- send to the Dmiumond Medicine Co., crop on shares. Twenty-fiv- e or thir Stork. Bold by nil Druegiits. dence to again petition lor a redress 4S.50, Maiden Ianc New York, for a ty acres of s Owens-boro- , laud near of grievances, as they arc pleased to bottlcofDrummond's Lightning Rctn- Ky. References. Apply nt call them, and perhaps justly enough cuy ior Kiicutnausm it will cure this office or nddrcss C. V. McCar-ty-, I.Ot'ISVlI.Ml.NT. l.OUIS A TI'.X.!lt. It A Startling Ofl'or. as far as they arc individually con- you. Be wise in time and do not be V. O. Box, No. 53, Owensboro, Li iii j'.!!,. 31 .nil 1 m The Rin'Uiii.H'AX nnd the New 1I JT tl .' cerned. I do not know an' ol the fooled by something else. If you Kentucky. i "i " 31 tf aaa l York Tribune both one year for men who signed the petition, but have the above symptoms, you have SOlllIM'i.i; IN KITKCT NOV.!, mil. A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific 1'ritt-dilventure the assertion, that they are got the Rheumatism, and if the drug.No.M, .No, M, only $1.23. Ihilly WKSrilOt'XP. lMllj. cither men who expect to profit by gist tells you the truth he will say Save their cost a doi n times a year. It is First-clas- s The Rr.i'oiii.K'.vx and The Homo I.T. I.oillflllle Till n in. 0.; p. ni. the sale of whisky, or men who find Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy not niussy or Mopiy. A child can operate it. Went l'olnl :lln. in, 7:JO p. in and Farm both oiic year for only it inconvenient to satisfy their insa- is the only known cure. Agents ' ! at i 4I1L Send foi prices and discounts. I'.IT n. In. i n? p nil IlrunilcnliiirK Inlnglon n.t h.iii. 8J7p. in. tiable thirst for it under the existing wanted. Vli'plivnpirt lu.il n. m, D..1 p, in. s. Mutiny St , N1JW YORK. law. But rather than own the truth, Clover port loiln.m. v.ltip, m. c t:TKAi. mtovt:. ''"o Itni't'iiMOAN niul the American for they know that would be suicidal llnwcKflllo Hill ii. in. 10 lu p. in. Oil April 2. Bro. Brown filled his reg- - ft pieCO u. II.Mii.m. in .11 p.m. MAfcCniS ICV. to their degraded ambitions, they nno voar ,or 8,'25 ular appointment at this place SunIi- in p. in. till k. m. FacrIlbo,h Owrnrlioro make all kind ol excuses, saying: day. l.ol p. in. l'..Wp in, pottlllf. Kmrtcn. ;wjr-rxxmr.imrmtmr j. Ar. llenderon "That the law docs not prohibit," l:p. ii. l.".Mn. in. UIIICK cV ,,. Mrs. John Taylor, of the Liberty ,)oth ono ywr fiir my j No.SI, a.U, and that the sale of vile stuff will in neighborhood, visited the lamily of KASrilOU.NK. Dal!). Piily 1 lie ItiU'iTiir.iCAN some way be a help to the town. And mid the Courier-Journ- al Happy and content is a home with "The I.i. Henderson 7.a. 111. 3;1p. for once they have told the truth, for both one your for only $1.75. 7:'i; m, Slmllevllle 3? p, Mr. and Mrs. ; a lamp villi the of the moraine. Thomas Williams ' it is an undeniable fact that it will visited 8.37 rt. in. 4 OwctiHiro p their son, Ionnie Williams, of CttaloRUcs.writc Kochcstc ' :.ti Co.,NcwYork. The Hi:i'liii.ic.N and the Cosmo, ('( a.m. ft 0. p I.e'iport m a help to bring to the town well, in Central Cit', Sunday. llawi.tille Mil, 111. &,lnp pulitmi both one year for only 815.00. short, everything that is disgraceful. Lane's medicines move the bowels Clorcrport tool a 111. V; p n R. P. Miller, fomterly of this place, in :r, a, in. f. l'J p, Stcp!un"port Thi. applies to both new subscribers Hut as to the argument that it docs but now of Owensboro, and Miss very day. In order to be healthy e Il.ojn, In, trvliitnn not prohibit, it is without lorce. The Christian, of his is necessary. and to renewal.''. Ilniudenlilirjt I Mcllcnry. were married in. 7 Up. most rigidly enforced quarantine on the Wet I'olnt p. in, t' 1p. 30th, in the Presbyterian end Opium XXeMtn u ui p. 00 p. in, Ar. Iiui.iilln laws of our country do not prohibit Church Iii.Hiii ( illh. CM1 FO TIIK 1i.O at that place. The writer oiiti4ln.liuolf()tiiiir-t.Plllnraarnr cholera and small-pobut who would wishes them a long and happy life. tun juaiiess,WmWneis. Malaria. dlgcslloi. and Tnln Nn. M ntH .No. '! lnil.e ennne H, t lane FIICI'. -vk'S mosi riTTir s. rill M IVIKIM W f II Ir liittton (iiiiliy exeeplrd) it la I ruin en l.m. for an instant abandon them because May no clouds rise to AUar to, Go. O12co lei; a W taicliuUE-- For hiq . darken their It enres a if! lr. - cenuun. t all dealers p Iliirllnibtirir 1 WUru II. I!., ra-- t medietas ia they do not absolutely prohibit these pathway and may their lives be et Nmn.l. Kor lurther i'lform.ilion, lre as A Free Trip to The World's Fmr, 11. i Milium:. on. ivr c't. and other obnoxious diseases that bright as the sun shone on the day on I.m.ivilif, Ky. XcuntTgic 2'crfoiin and countless other attractive prein. in our which they were Tould be spread broad-cas- t married. Ami those troulnci! with iierrou.niss reiultlnir 'jnd from foreign countries, if it were urns, from u doll to a watch, bicycle, iromrnreor oMTHi.rkuli; be relieved ! taking D. h. Miller attended meeting at A. J. SLATON, M. D., JSroiim'.i Iron Jttl'ers. cieuuino not for their saltutary benefit. Just so Central Grove Sunday. 'feci iSiiRT'tT organ or rifle, arc oflcrcd for a little fAKMS H tioi trwlo tiorit nr.J crcwnl reJ line on rarper. with prohibition, it may not entirely & A. P. Thomas, from above town, atpleasant work near home, bv the pub and absolutely prohibit, but it cannot tended meeting here Sunday. FITS. All fits stopped flee by r lichen of WIDE AWAKE. For full , I at Formerly of Jltllwrno.l, now be denied that it is a powerful check to oiler h' irofeional ervicetothe people Marvin Miller and Jo. Ford visited Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. ' Fal I No particulars, free, addrr.s W. F. KelII . i v."' Olllee in the awful scourge that threatens to in Kinderhook Saturday and (irn)oa unil vljolninxcoiiutie Sunday. fits after first day's use. Marvelous logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. 1(5 lni (the, I)r. IMden propertv.) illy engulf Hartford, and that in direct opI.oiu:na. .l.7.v. r.Zt- - M f : VU. -i- wlt fa l.aaaaaai cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle position to the recorded will of a ma jority of the people of Ohio county. LADIES free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, Weeding a tonle or children that want building And now, as a lover of law, order ur. ihoulil tain ,vr;-. For sale by 931 Arch St., 1'hila., Pa. xVew T brown's ikon itrrrxns GNTIJAL CITV, KY. Triband decency, let me admonish the It la pleuantto tale, cure lalarla. Indlna- all druggists; call on yours. 36 ty good people of Hartford to think tfon.and BMoiuneu. AU Oealtn keep It. R. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R. twice yea, thrice before the', on May Hits just been repaired and newly n 2d, exercise the STOPPED FREE right of MifTrage. Let no man, who has any N.'U'ntfionlIj irentcd I.) an mirit of Inline Pertain Raitnp.it furnished. Located close to Depot. Denfi- nDr.XLINS'IOXEAT r.ulu iteil nml niiri-lrespect for his country, for his town, s no voir w t. r to .maiiuv. (.r.i.i mi Good meals or lunch Givu ciireil.oflroiir.'oio.j) jt.ir" tin.lina, after ill rB.WAM,i;t,?,ilf-i.- 3 J m mini iill.iu'ii un.l Liilici. for the best intciests of society and other lre.ilinent Inw I.ule.1, Ilou ilu- dliiienlty !?& 4fftnt, fiit ar . r .ate. it a trial. ... FKtpn. a - coiintr? iHfaLLULi iiiirtu ofoiiltnrc n. me.n Irom nil oior thAND i reaulinl nnd lln himself, cast his ballot in favorof that iitie remoud. fully ,i.nned In circular, with nlfl.lav it and Icriiinoiihlt of ilo,Jt.tn.lontcinT!itan.l reheu cop of ttct).tl. Sead M.n'r, J. tail ..iVeii addmfS which sinks human beings to the lle f Ir.int inttrunnnMl Tlio Leading Republican Family Paper of tli3 United States, awimircaiaiia KLiNh match st .rMiadeltfiiaH. cures from pronunvnl people mitlcd free, airt ilUd Oaivoi IIlih.i)i.. Hindi ki! niinl )o morp lirallhfiii Hut rather ltt level of the brutes. in ly 1)11. A. IIIATAI.M:. Iiieoma Wu-l- i. inum'' k .ow nrrvKr.j i :- -" " :... enj m nt linn j oil lure limi fur nniij n it lyi i nrli Fur out u Fur Wrt Cash in Jrfcancc. him cast it on the side of law, order i)itir.K.vj:ss, r inr Mitt;it niimUTcontnln liiin.lrcU of r tram ynuni; Contnlni One llnnilrnl Itrc!pa fur limit-IU'liiM n. t;.nilomcn Hunting. iltllclouCiidy cliniiil) unil iUlcl.ly and decency, and for the cause that from Statement of the Condition ll.VIIir t'u mint lloiiiclii thn.p ortliojoiton'x; if tlirr l u mm or at home. TliU IooKll clMunAaj-btilruwould built up and elevate society und iroucrul itorca. hy niliiiliilstcrlii Dr. Iliilnes' OF THE nainin nliolia not foun.l iiN or Iut arhuitj rather than pull it down. hereMlio guin opportunity. A.hlri'.-.-tiulilen Spcelllc. Okanoe It can inngliof Uer aciiofeoiree ioom, room 13, U Ilnjlston ulreet, Ilo.tnn, J. I,. Taylor. i OF ortei.or lliloo.l, Mithout thu knowledge of tlio lilt. Si ly. Gives all the now of Town, County and State, and u much patient. It is aNoSutelj Inrmley, and mil atrcvt U.MO.N. National n perm inent nnd fpeedj cure, nlirther the new,,, any other paper of it chtrs. Yoiirl.oino would be incomplete with, Farmers arc preparing corn ground A ".'on,,, nn ,,p ,nB'1 At the I'loao si nulnpNi, Jim. moileremiedrinkerornii nleoliolio wreck. iJiJU r", la a3ViUV urklnilor u. W ou: it. for planting, canvassing plant beds d imry 7,1893. ltlu beenginn in a cn, nnlinei-cryco- a prcfcrri'il hu enn fiirni.li n liuri"i iml kiu'l'rrfor. Fr t lit .erfect euro lus folloned' It never and spreading manure. I whole time In thiiine. Sjure monifiiti nil. The Hjntcm once Imprepnted with the mi) N'lirofitiljIyciiiilijclnNo. .Mi w t uciinolv Mr. I,. T. Barnard, wife and son, RESOURCES. fpecific.lt ticcomtaan utter linpnaiilliilii) for tho in town mil rilii -. II, I". JOII.Mso.V t IO were the guest of A. C. Stevens last Bills discounted I" a National Family Fipi-p- , nod ''ives all 870,011.82 liquor apjK'tito to xit. Curt a Kiianitud. ts JOtli nii'l Main t I!n liniuml, Vu. tliuencrnl news of the U. S. pageliook ol particular free. Adlrc.jitheriOI.il. week. Real estate 3,000.00 .mil tin- - world. It gives the events of foroiu lamN in a nutchell. r.X.NPIICiriO ft). 1J HAt'i: .Sticet I'mcm. It Iim Miss Una Stevens began school at Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 nattl, Ohio, fcparate iii'pnrlmcntK foi Tlio Family Circle, ami our Voting Kolkn. Its WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO We wish her Bonds and Bank Stock . . 1,341.67 this place yesterday. Home and Society colum cuninnuii the ailiinrtition of wivm nnd dau-ht- e. 14.3.04 CAM, OX success as she is a nice young lady. Debts in suit... 1........ Its punenil political now.--, oditorinl. ami Cash on hand Jo l.eed 14,117.78 a. Il.irn, are eoniprel.ennivo,' Some of the good people met to- Cash in other Banks 17,280.08 iiutwi:i:n .......luuiiniieMKiiiiiivf. ti. Agricultural .lep.irtinent Iiih iio superior il'J evening to organize a gether Sunday are rcnLn!iil autl.oritv in all imrts of tl if L0USVILLE and MEMPHIS, the coimtrv. It.-- Market Sunday school but lack of enterprise 8108,395.49 lisn I. A Special Contract enables us to oiler tliU 13A11UEKS. WITH they failed to organize. We hope to Journal nud Tf, 6 LIABILITIES. lu'piioucan ior one) oar do better in the near future. Capital stock PuLUkAmOUFFET Sleeping Cars' 830,000.00 Opposite Sulor und near Ciovorport Mrs. C. H. Stevens is some better. Deposits - OX3.137- 37-ectIlotol, Cloverport, Ky. FKOM AND TO Mr. Edwin Cooper and Miss Stella Dividends unpaid 1,144.00 N V. Triliiiuc, regular prii-- j.er year .orisvi m.i:.mi:.m I'll i.s.vit'K .mint Taylor were married last week. Due other Banks 8, (M) 4.30 ,. ll'irfff.r.l Pi.i.iil.ll.. ... It 11 isa'io.n itiMii;.iinii M:viti.i:.T, I. ".-.'Mt,iiiuii 413.61 Mr. tannic Black and Miss Eva Discount and Exchange.. 1. ir. en ircw 1631 irons bexs crni lit .lliinjitili,. 4,340.73 Baltzel were happily made one last Undivided Profits Total. FLOWER SEEDS r'szsT'cs-nji.r'sxsirj.S2.'J.r. The Quick ant! Desirable Route week. 8108,395.49 For the finest and Mod Artittic Work; Mr. C. T. Barnard, and family, iWfN &Gk' AM) rCM TO Tor any tlze or style. Frcderlca Si. i'ttccen Ntiw York hpent Sunday with their daughter riilliu'fliililn lliilllmoro 3rdand40t. Gm37 A dividend of 84.00 per share is AnrnparalMflOtTtrYiraa WHhlncton Norfolk Ulil I'olnt C'onilort Siili.xrrijitiou may lie-- in nt any tiiuo. S. 11. I Mrs. A. C. Stevens. lM.MblUhrd and Keif. iilclinioiid lliitlttlo Cluvol.iiul able I'tibll-hl- a now due and payable ou demand. Addrcs all older" to Itoutelf 1 HI aUdlt tfrllLP UUry TnluJo CliirnB i Imlltinnpolts , lilviutuit &. All Kint'li In JoiirniitlHiii. Clnclnniti l.oiiii'lo ti. K. Cox, Pkksidknt. ilo for UJlt tod tfca fAmUjiirtlf, U dt MJ BtoriM, pofir a, UdltV On Sunday, March 12, the Sunday Eastern and Northoastorn Points fiDCjr work, ArtUUc BrdIfork, boon dteertlloo, btumkmiLf, nnd .MempliU Vluksburg Ilitlon Kmigv Press, of New York, started a feature tUqunu, etc. To totruduc ttU New Orleans Mobile l.lttle Hook Hot For Sale, ch&nnlnr lititr tatar icta liMWaai that will mark an epoch in American Hartford, brr Ii U cot alrrtvlj ukin, ICcntuoky. bemti now Spring and points in WVit Tuiuirs- Two mares and colts. Terms most fbllowlftr AJ.aUoJ tftfi Vttm M. DUkt III It consists of an Art Journalism. 18 t'ent in'tctrifdiM.vi co Texn Arkiuifim .Ml!viipl i4itlf Lillr World Ibrce wU m.J The Cover, in which the paper when fold- reasonable. Call ou or address, Z llt aU uJ Mitnthi. Ktid Id aach auLarribar I.f'nUittnn nnd tl:o Soutli nnd I'fa ats.f Ittnlii. l&ro amA na ru PaI. ed to the tptartcr sie, is encased, nnd Wayne Griflin & Bro. Hartford. 'IrHIon ofCboittj I lower Herd i kJrtd tajnttM. SOUTH WJJST. (.Lryuouifmntna, nciudifif fftoaifs. AtWrt. I fclot trtnu. The Leading Phetsgrapher. lhkttniuooJil. llAlum, C)prM Mc, fctuikB, DlUli. XouU it has created an unprecedented de t'lnntft.llakj, cuttle. RfiatmWr. ttt?ctoU forlba mirt. 1 The Mr. u 18 thoroughly prpnpiioil nnd in la Ihrtt month! thU CoIIkIImi t Choict mand for the Sunday Press among all I. P Hahnard, 1'rest. Jko. II. rUmrn, Cavhler Howir PJi, pal utd by tntls mnlflctiit Hovw aii4 wuratUd IjsVcUu 14 p Urst-Jiicondition, and provide-n- n exceltrtth tal rtliabla. No laly caa fttford to aim UJa nodr(ul Ui:iTi:U KNOWN AS THE classes of people. narmUa trj aobac rltui n aojr tloia lha Ttloa Pictures In lr.:j Style and Size, lent ntTMipemcnt In time nml tliroui;!. ct ntontjr acot, aoj will rrf uod your mouty and inUa you a rtiat The front page of the Art Cover, tf botb aila aol Maculna tfayou ra bit aatlifled. Oura U an A tkatukk H the time mid convenience B6T01 Pictures Copied and Enluro old and rtllatU ft,tllMoj tout, tndorut tv tvll It Nadir ( cta Of the Condition of tho (atra. Wi bavt rcii hundffJj ct UkUmocUla fnm (!ud Mccureil by tlio Limited Kxpress TniIiih, ue.t Sunday, will show a beautiful I alrooa durltnf ti jart fira yt&rai " AJ UttfljLtt fnm A SPECIALTY, I4 tttU Jxi.y a nioiit'8 unit: between Louhville fiNianla fiT Qjn.d frjtC.wjmmet fVwfAf ftfj reproduction of the German mastertttnlf u JitHt4i."irt. ftMHOM llTnm. Uwa W la. 108i Main Sticet. "JVjTMJ md .Mmiiiilile. M.d the bet nud niilekeKt aUriIUUtl Mlt 91 ITTllMtf tj piece, "St Cecillia," and for the lour ov. vi jm fwnJ tit to t tnltntf Mfiitirk,"-- M. J. lOavla, Urookln, N, Y. Mrt. lUnn Ward VUt ( rrzuUr 37m0 OWFXMOJiO, KY Ji- Rates $1.00 per day. uwki irp aiti iBcp iiinvnwu, Sundays in April it will present an Meals 25c ordtrtdour Mtda lat Mon. IudoIcvo fjund this tffF with thtcau.fcrwnny KhmMJ original water paintings in the origKnfct Mile Freilnrica, Itotuecn Main nnd the cf unwrupaloai "i0,",,,';iVl,..i:i:,il,5,i,,J,,0rJ ruiii. (Irttt Urdiy lliver, Owensboro Ky dan'ltut U ifll bli aubarrlptlofui 4Uj fix vki:ki.y inal colors by an eminent American 8M CoJctlima arnt (of 60mdU. cn'18-noJ CDCPI11 nCLTCDtToaovUtraDd. 'T.B.Ljach. ffon'I Pass, A?t..Loui37ile. Sr, & Wl LUlHL Ul I Lll i In u IV nt artist, and two reproductions of fafor Uva offer. J wtitf tU jap i ku taw tu At the Close of Business ,tHnmnt, wo will arnd fn, la , mous paintings, admitted masterviituny to an m aovv, dd pararioi ina rla December 31,1802. pieces. The inside page of the Art th awrt ftricdt. lot lading Horftltn, VaCJh'b,,; !ritiitfffV-r!CW,Tlc mav -- A lkfard. tfbltadur. Tko Uuroa. Uraaa I'Hut. IIK.N'llV WATTHRSON, Kdi-or- . 3 IpoUlllAMoim, tta. Ewl Ttaa aratha moat pnputai Cover will always contain exquisite K3iJa'JdlliUia.Sat W JJiit. lasajflaM lha Etklurd half-tonr1lia wbUb w cffr,ara Iho Urgeat, &1 KESOUKCEa. pottraits and illustrations of fatal anl moil crUbnUd known. Tk nnw m J'fl Best DomoorBtlc Paper Pub. balxkt tt 4 fl,and produca fur lbrf Dmntha a coBtttiuua(r 81(2,723.49 people and topics of the then current Notes and Bills fiwn nt rTnl blimn a "f lha tnuil ' ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! i'srffSBte; . Real Estate 3,000.00 . . $1.00 a yoar. week. wUI Ml 1 he Ladlra' .Ucrlplloa rri,,) arid for Una ,. li. n i!I,. noHil".' 1,500.00 Yrar. tocth.r with our tnnlflial lollMllaa .rihalM ri..p livery copy of the Art Cover of any Furniture and Fixtures.. 8..4I abOT. dncrltMd, UkiwU. as. pack.l ( lb. .lUnilr.lf adr.r HV''.UliiiiUIlUIi'-V,luwl anil .Ur c.l.triWd (.kf.nl ...! issue of the Sunday Press would com- Cash oullaud and 111 other T. Ail4njML.Ttrfc. N. U. jloOltE A CO., 37 Turk 1'Imc cw I Banks 2G.031.22 mand in any art store at least ?i.oo. IJest condensed nows, 893,254.71 roitiNViLi,i:. March 31. As I have had as good LIABILITIES. I5ost Htorios, or better opportunities than any one Capital Stock 825,000.00 HuJt mhculluny, else to know how things are managKeserve 1,293,14 Heist women's pnjje, 5,250.00 ed at ShafTer's Camp. I feel it but Surplus Fund Duo other Banks 402.93 Host children'ri dopartinont, justice to that gentleman and his as01,308.04 sistants to make a lew statements. Deposits Host answers to correspondThe1 negroes are paid a good price 893,254.71 ents departments, and when they are in health Mr. Subscribed und sworn to before 111 e I3ust editorials. Shaffer expects them to do good work this January 3d, 1893. which any man would expect. When It gives away a valuablo pruiniiiin SlIKLUY TAYI.OH, D. C. O. C. they arc sick they have as good care overy day for tho largest club In submitting this wo beg to state as can be given in a camp. If the received. Sample copios of tho negroes are not watched they will not that our business has steadily grown each month einco our opening, and . 9 will "Weekly Courier-Journ- al JTT care for each other. II they were not by the most careful, watchfulness und a. . wta compelled to get wood to keep fires, a strict observance ofthe principles of bo sont froo to any address. the sick would free.e. A few days tlie most conservative .uaiiKing, wo. noTUtp. Writo to CO'JRIUR-JOUKNA- L ago a sick man fell as he went from hope not only to extend our acquaint Beit Call Shoe in the world for tbs prloe. CO,, Louisville, Ky. . the fire to his bed, though there were mice, but to prove ourselves worthy W. L. DoUKlas'booittroBoiaoverrwboro. We aro manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Everybody nbould wear tbem. It la a duty several negroes around, it was some the confidence that is being so liberal- yoa owe youriolt to get the beat value tor yoar money. Eaonomtxelnyourtootwearby ly reposed in us. the consume r, thus saving him the per cont. usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reastime before the commissary clerk poionailss W. L. OouglasShoos.wblcb We are here to accommodate tho repreiant tbe beat value at tbe ptloea ad' THE I.GPUDMOAN and iho onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. could get assistance in putting the Respectfully, inouaanaa can people, each and every busiucss, Terueea anove, asNo Subitltute, taituy. man on his bed. One man has been W Take Vnna vanulna wllhmitYV. T. WEEKLY COUKIER-JOURNA- L JJi courtesy eball bo extended to them, fljiivaiv nt frit nit. sick since Christmas and two others but in no case shall safety be sacriU"um- &ruiV;,hnenmyoubireo,wm;'caon address , will bo sent ono year to any for quite a long time and they are g ficed for friendship or to obtain busW.IDoula, Brockton, Man. Sold by or 1.70. Address The HEPUU-- J. cared for, when Mr. Shaffer can iness. W. TABOR, Itosine, Ky. John H.Bahnes, Cashier. j LICAN, Hartford, Ky. Owensboro, Ky. 11 Ere-Hirfirst-clas- have no hope of remuneration. Some negroes have died, and were not thrown under the dump, as some would have the public believe, but were given a decent burial. One was in 1'ordsvillc one day and the next day he was complaining and asked that a certain friend be allowed to stay with him that night. The request was granted, but he died before morning. Another died after an illness of forty-eighours. He had only worked a day or two, so could not have had anything coming to him. A Citizkx, lioii't lima Till. Ifyouwishto buy town propetty, If you wish to sell town property, If you wish to buy a farm, If you wish to sell n farm, If you wish to sell any kindofrc.tl ItTastestwR & Good. Scott's Emaklon dlX'17l7;3safcLscK1, J33Sea3l2 rqfi "p" jpai -- AGENTS w,:wa,B,miS 3."" '""DE ALERS e. liln, - aaaaaiak. Apple Trees. JACK stvo riraE k. tree) at the Bravor. Dam Nuisory, for 10c Cftll Respectfii lly, lis' I apple ( ! 81-2- 5 wSIli m W 30 SECONDS U). w ht 11, U.- 11 tt.2-1.1- . II ! at 1 - vt III.-- 111. Physician Surgeon, Leiuli-Held- t ' God-give- ITS a. He publican and York une both one year for only $1.25. The mercia! Hotel, fef' &? -- w!:Z'?t..msm 1 first-clan- Your Favorite Homo Newspaper s7.7. - r-- t n t" g I HARTFORD THE.REPUBLIC AN ew York Weekly Tribune, lliou-nn- 1 ..... .... HARRIS & REED, C.Theo.Cain, vWm 3703.-. c sfl.3S iper r. W ............... c:z: vaWREE! U Woi'iiniisli botli Papers ono year 81.25, w-- 1 glark I SteiUor, Baj a if ri CoCLDCLeDrcIa-- -ir L- Beaver Dam MU araavit DEPOSIT BANK ?ai SSSM "'""'" JU.ej palmar house. & n Hotel ' Courici'oui'iial Jn J& v .' wil llygiiamWops. S J.,HM. --- e l5Srr", - .,:.'., ! HAS THE at W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE ITon Ky, ISTalLa. EaS.lat.et, & J be-in- F. A. AMES CO. A , iM!ftte.rafrdJfaite &H&I b--a ..'.A lHi . uy-njT? a. . - -- , l fVKSBK jt.'li. .... it