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LOCAL CULLINGS AKDc6hMEHT.
Kl JUKKA !
Kuril, Hid druggist.
A variety of tiling lit Kuril's.
Konl for lamps, oIIh mid paints.
Kurd's drug store fur prescription.
long luster coats ut
Von ciin liny it No. Onu saddle from
Tlinnnix 11km. for S'l. .).
Hie Ilic saddle Thomas llros. sell hI
three dollars mill
drain cradles, mowing scythe nnil
snaths lit William Itroft.
A world of "HOOD" fertilizer for sale
by I). K. Tracy, llurtfonl, Ky. 1-1 4t
Mines' shoe lit your own jirlco In
liiiinliiirH 12 to I at Anderson's Ita.aar.
'I'lie candidate for tliu Legislature
ulllspcitk nt l'rentlce to morrow night.
A lot of "Indiana Hiiro Growth" for
sale by I). K. Tracy, Huitford.Ky. l-i 4l
Kino wlilti IniMn linen, worth 1")
cent for 1(1 cents at Anderson's
I) K. Tracy lini n lot of (JOOI) fertilizers
on limiil, mid will close out
fin-up. 18 tf
J. I. 1 W Irilll I in Southern Ken-
tui'ky In 1 1 if intererl of tin Kurekd
Don't fntgel Unit Mnrtln Mhuliost
watch, i Iih'I; mid jewelry repairer In
lleutltlflll of Wall MMT J'llt
received ii Kird'- drug store, and mure
to hear fniiii.
Mr. I). Taylor's home Iiiih
U'Hiity of appearance milled to It by
new coat ol puliil.
The two home (ie liill ehlb of
Millenry played mi Interring game
Call fur Muxle, U U a delightful
Hii'l nerve sedative. 7.. Wayne
(Irifllilit liro. ha It.
None but exjierleiiced drugglss are
cmpliiyeil by the ''old reliable" Ilrni of
7. Wayne (Jrllllu A Itro.
I ii lies' cloth shoes, bent quality 7Gc,
former price Sl.'JT In No.' 2 to 3 only,
at AiidrrMiiiV llazaar.
('apt. Hill mid Judge llalrd enjoyed
the lift roasting earn In this
vicinity Lift Friday, the lTllt.
A new ot cilice litis been established
at Tine S. King's called WeslerMeltl.
Mr. King will he Hstmuster.
Now Ih ynur time to buy your
nod hay rake. Williams HroH.
hnve the l'il, and w 111 i-ell cheap.
While lead and oil In cheaper than It
hat been for yearn. He atire to get
prlceri before buying.
'A. Wayni: UltlKFIN A ItltO.
Our Hue of wall pnHrs, torden) and
center. ale beautiful beyond
Call mid see them.
'.. Wavnk Okifkin A Ituo.
rei'elvHl one ton best brand
white lead. ANo five barrel 1'UltK
linseed oil cheaper thnu ynu ever tmilght
It. 7, Wayni: fl hi kfin Allito.
HaiidKome woolen plaid lor drove
all himiI lilllug at 10 ceuta a yard,
hi the cheap loom nt Audeison'H
Oil ! awful weather call on C. N.
(lunther for everything that in cooling,
ginger ale, lemonade, ice cream, sherbet,
The Central Oily ltepubllcau ays: "J.
II. llelsley, of Paradise, Inn beell
to teacll the public duIiooI here
Now that the harvest I on hand
Hi'iid to .. Wayne Inlllii A Itro. for
your machine oil. They will sell it to
you very cheap.
If you need anything In the drug or
tlrugglxtH Miindrle.i Hue, be en re to call
on 7.. Wayne Orlllln A Itro. 'I hey
will Have you money.
You will Mive money by having your
prescription tilled at Z. Wayne
A Itro.'. They buy from the bent
chemist In the laud.
II you want u DOOM, buy a State
for tho Kureka Philter It alway Carrie
a boom with II. Look out for u
boom in MisNouri noon.
Mr. Prentou Hon Is having the upper
room of h! residence made more
uttiuctlve by the uUlllfiil worli of
.Mesur Thorp and Raubolt.
Tlioniii Itro. have the largeat btock
of Huddle, llrldlea uud Ituggy Harness
of any house iu the Green Hlver country,
mid ell them at bottom price.
A new and elegant Hue of lamps of
all hl.e and kind Just received at
Ford' drug store, and wero never so
cheap, ('all when In need ola light.
Ilcv. J. II. Jnnie.s will preach ut the
Methodist church iu this place next
Sunday at eleven o'clock, uud on every
fourth Sunday following ut name hour.
Mr. Win. Steele did not marry last
Sunday a was curreutly reported he
would do. We trust he may noon en-Joy
the pleasure of counuulal felicity.
For anything you want In the Jewelry
or optlcul line, cull on C. It. Mur-tin,
who will furnish you goods 25 per
cent cheaper than they cau be bought
The Odd Fellows and Kebekahs will
given grand plculo at MoIIeiiry, Saturday
July 0th, 1887. Fine music will
he secured u nd arrungemoma made for
dancing. Dinner and refreshments of
nil kinds will be on the ground. lion,
Asher O. Caruth and Judge Holt will
be present and address the people.
Wu would have you not forget the
grand picnic to bo given ut the fulr
grounds July 2d, by the Hnrtford Cornet
Hand. All ate expecting n Jolly,
Tlio opening ball of the Hnlplitir
Springs' hotel, will be given next Saturday
night. Ah la hI wii'h the ease, the
ail'ulr will be nnil elegant In
The Ohio county Hlblt) .Society, of
which Juilge A. It. ltiilrd In President,
will hold IIh Hiiiiilal meeting at the
Methodist church in Hurtford on Mon
day, July 4th.
The attention of all poultry misers In
directed to the advertisement of the
big rooder. It tell of (Janter' Chicken
Cholera Cure, which Is wild on the "n-
Hut two chnuuPH will occur in the
faculty of Hnrtford College tliNyear;
Miss Kee Crawford will tiiku charge of
the Intermediate department mid Mr.
Joseph FoMter of the vocal music.
labile Herrymuu, nn Ohio county
boy, son of Mr. It. I'. Ilerrymau Ih now
u member of the prosperous hurdwnre
III m of Herrymuu, Patterson A Co.,
wlin run ii large house nt Central City,
Notwithstanding tho recent advance
In linseed oil, I nm nt 111 sellinu It for
hard cush ut 15 cenlH per gallon. White
lead, beet brands, nt SUM to Jfl.W) )er
hundred. Mixed paints, nil color, nt a
close shave. J. W. Foul).
Wo ure informed Hint the Hev. V.
(1. Ktilkerson, of Mclleury, Ky., was
on the 10 lust,, elected president of the
Hopkins Comity Cooperative Company.
He left on the liitli iiiHt. to lake charge
of the work.
The Central City Republican says:
"Prof, Huag, who has been one of the
faculty ut the West Kentucky (Allege,
South Cnrrollton, for thrie year psst,
has resigned, hiiiI will enter the newspaper
Mr. Aiiihh Miller, of neat town, say
the person who wiih uiilortunate a
lo forget his mk k, while at hi' crib Saturday
nlijht, will do well to call for It at
once did not tula any corn who
misted the fack?
The County Attorney nod Commissioners,
appointed for that
have decided to locate the new Iron
brhlge over Lewi creek, at the same
place where the old one was, or nt the
lower place proposed.
Just received, two hundred ounce of
iUlnlue, which we III fell at greatly
reduced rates, notwithstanding the recent
rise In this medicine. This, we are
enabled to do by making large wholesale
Z W.VYNK ClHIKFlN A UltO.
Have you seen the generator
to Grlllln's soda fountain'.' Or better
still, have you lusted Hie very excellent
soda water to le had ut Gflflln's? If
not, call at once and get Just the most
cooling, most refreshing drink to be
Mr. J. W. Taylor left at onr ofllee
last week, n shale rock apparently containing
a fair percentage of iron. Tho
lock was taken from the Iron ore hill
east of Hartford mentioned sometime
since, as containing vast IkmI of rich
Mr. David Morton, proprietor of the
famous Ohio county Sulphur Springs,
has out bills for a big picnic on July 4th,
to be followed by a miiMpierude bull that
night. Mr. and Mrs. Morion know
how to entertain, and we predict this
will be an exceedingly pleaiatit occasion.
Plaiting must be used on something
mine than dresses Iu und about the
towns of Lewlsburgh, Ky. and Boon-ville,
Iud. Orders have been received
within the lust few days for SI 44 worth
of this household iudtspeuslble (Kureka
Our stock of drug I complete in
every department, und we are able to
give our customers the very lowest
prices. We buy only from manufacturers,
and you will save money by
sending us your orders.
Z. Wayni: Giuffin A lino.
To the credit of Hartford people, be
It said that they are coming more- aud
more to uppreclnte pretty homes.
Judge Gregory, G. J. lteau und others
have recently been repainting and improving
the uppeiiranco of things. Let
the good work goon.
Felix Lindriim A Co., who bought
the State of Missouri for the Eureka
Philter last week huve sold one fourth
interest to L. H. Miller, of Hartford.
The boys will sturl in a few days for
that Stale, they will probably locate
uud start u factory ut Holla Mo.
If you want a mowing machine this
season, go lo J. W. Ford's und buy a
Champion. You cau hand it down In
good order to your children, and they
will uover livu to see tho end. Price of
steel mower, 4J foot cut, fo2.C0j light
mower, $50. All orders must ho made
early. This machine cannot be hud on
You can go on a four day's trip In
seurch of a suitable place hi which tn
celebrate the "Glorious Fourth" tills
year, as the Geueral Passenger Agent
of the Chesapeake and Ohio Haute has
Issued Instructions to till agents to sell
excursion tickets to all C. A O. btatlons
July 1M, Sd aud 4th, good to return until
6th, at one fare for tho round trip.
A Ilus will leave Hnrtford at 7:45 a,
m. to meet train goiug east at 0:11 a.
m., and at 12:45 v. M, to meet train going
west at 2:02 l'. M., and also will
make regular trip, leaving at 8 i. M.
to meet train going west at 0:20 i. t.
No extra charges for hut boxes. Ladles,
bring them along.
25 4t W. M. Kino, Proprietor.
A wretched gamo of base ball was
engaged In at Heaver Dam last Saturday
by the Hartford aud Beaver
Dam clubs, which resulted In favor of
the former club by a score of ubout 02
to 55. Errors wero tmtdo thick and fast,
aud the time of game (seven Innings)
was four hours. The grounds were
Rcarcely fit to play bull-pen on, their
had condition probably helping to cause
Mich a prodigious number of errors.
Contract hna been made with J. J.
Itozarth to build to completion the C.
P. Church Iu llurtfonl, and he commenced
moving material on the lot
yesterday, unit will prosecute Hie work
a fast a tlie money subscribed Ih paid
In. It la hoped that those who so
kindly subscribed In tho building of
mild chinch will contliluc their kind
iicIh by calling on Mr. James A. Thomas
and pay their subscriptions, so as to
enable the good work to be prosecuted
At 1 o'clock i m. yesterday tho doors
of the elegant and spacious parlor of
Mr. J. S. Vttiiglit were thrown open,
and Mr. A. P. Mitchell, of near Olatou,
led Miss Viola Mills, of near sumo
place, to the iiymeuliil altur. The
young couple were accompauied by
Messrs. J. T. Gentry, W. S. Hoswell,
Eugene Kirby, John Daniel, Stephen
Daniel, Melvln Lnudrtini, T. J. Iturrett
and Miss M. Hoover, May success
and happiness attend them down the
rugged path of life, Is the wish of the
f IVrtom iHthlng lo tune nottcts oHrnib and
rehiHirf under thit head confer a favor 6y
tuutUng unending lo thit office.
Sam Howe, Lellchflold, is in town.
A. T. Nail went to Louisville Monday.
Win. L Spalding, of Louisville la in
Dr. Coleman I in Whltesville this
John C. Hiley Went to Louisville yesterday.
M. 1). L. Hennett went to Louisville
F. T. (lunther went to Oweusboro
Philip Dahl, Oweusboro, was In town
Luther Duke, Kuttawa, was In town
Hon. L. P. Little left for Oweusboro
Capt. Adam Liter wus Iu Hartford
W. C. Stewart. Select, attended court
John It. Hilph, Mutsau, wus Iu town
Ed Taylor, Oweusboro, is In town
John L. Ralph, Magan, was iu town
E. O. Porter, Cromwell, was in town
J. W. Stewart, Select was iu town
Miss. Sullle Taylor I visiting Mrs.
Miss Dora Gibson returned from Ho-slue
J. T. Wallace, Fordsville, was In
George Gentry, Oweusboro, was In
town last week.
Charlie Parrott, Heaver Dam, was In
C. H. Hamilton, Taylor Mines, was
In town last week.
D. L. Haldwin, Heaver Dam, wu iu
the city yesterday.
Jno. Hrnchey, Oweusboro, was iu
Hartford last week.
Rowan Holbrooks, No Creek, was in
Hurtford last Meek.
John Nave. Heaver Dam, was on
our streets Monday.
Jasper Maddox, Mclleury, was in
Rev. U. F. Jenkins and wife visited
Dr. Coleman Monday.
Mrs. 8. W. Auderson returned from
Mrs. Willis Davis, Eureka, Kausas,
is visiting Mrs. Klein.
Wade Martin, druggist of Cromwell,
was iu town last week.
Esqr. A. T. CofI'man, Centertowu,
was Iu town last week.
Miss Llllle Smith is visiting friends
In Sacramento this week.
Miss Jeuulo Iterrynian is visiting
friends In to ah this week.
Prof. Cal. Fieldeu, Pleasaut Ridge,
visited Hartford yesterday.
E. T. Miller returned last week from
Curdevllle, Daviess county.
Mr. C. W. Felix, Olatou, was In the
city several days last week.
Sam Bishop, Central City, attended
court In Hartford last week.
Eugene Anil, Sulphur Springs, was
iu Hartford Monday evening.
Prof. Pendleton T. Coleman will
spend hi vacation iu Illinois.
Jacob Coleman is at home from the
Pleasaut Ridge neighborhood.
Miss Floy Duke, Sulphur Springs, is
the guest of Miss Mamie Ross.
John M. Leach, Liberty neighborhood,
attended court last week.
Judge E. D. Wulker is In
this week, on legal business.
Miss Leta Haglaud, Hoslne. Is Iu tho
city, the guest of the Misses Allen.
Joseph Shultz, Sulphtu Springs, attended
court at Hartford Thursday.
Master Ned Berry is ou a visit to his
Uncle "Wm. Berry, near Beaver Dam.
N. C. Daniel, prosperous tobacconist
of Cromwell, paid us a visit last week.
Mrs. Stalil aud Master John Stabl
are visiting friends near Cromwell this
L. V. Graves will conduct tho school
at tho Alexauder school house next
Mies Katie Graves, Oweusboro, Is
visiting her brother, Mr. Dennis
Mr. aud Mrs Sam Bell, Huford, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blley
Simon Small has returned from New
York, and will spend a few weeks In
J. II. Torrence and his little boy,
Cromwell, visited the Herald Ofllee
Will Miller, who Is enguged In
teaching at Liberty, was Iu Hartford
Messrs. T. M. Rosa and E. K. Barnard,
Smallhoute, are expected In town
Judgo W. F. Gregory left yesterday
for Danville to atteiid the Baptist State
Col. J uo. P. Barrett left Monday for
a two days visit to his father at Barrett's
Miss Anna Beau who has been visiting
friends in tho county for several daysl
Mru I fl Mnntilliin. nt Tsitllaullln In
ill town to attend the Spalding-Alexander
I Prof. George Phlllipps, Owenslioro,
the renowned violinist, wns In Hart-.
ford last week.
Isaac Mendel, Louisville, a former
resident of Ohio county, was In Hart'
on I last weeli.
Friends here have word from Mr. E
C. Hubbard saylug that he Is much im
proved In health.
Mr. J F. Vickers, Sacramento, was
hi Hurtford last week, the guest of
Mr. T. M.tflUilll.
Miss Llllu Balrd will spend a few
days with Mrs. Gregory during Judgo
Joseph Foster, who has Just closed a
successful school at Centertowu, was
In town last week.
Misses Anna aud Fannie Dickinson,
Charlestown, West Virginia, are visiting
Mrs. J. A. Walker and daughter,
Miss Annie, Louisville, are visiting
Mrs. Jus. A. Thomas.
John Steele, who has been couflued
to Ins room by sickness for some davs,
Is on the street again.
J. H. B. ('arson has been down In
the Woodward's Valley neighborhood
engaged In carpentering.
Mrs. Geo. H. Barnes and her daughter,
Miss Fnunle, of Goshen, were In
town Friday and Saturday.
Miss Emma Barnes will leave tomorrow
for a week's visit to Miss Em
ma Jtyau, of Logan couuty.
Prof. John P. Coleman arrived homo
Sunday, after a year's absence In Tex
a where he has been teachlug.
F. T. Gunther and wife, W. II. Williams,
Ed Orkeis and John It. Phlpps
ppem esunuay at auipuur opriugs.
Wm. Rosenberg, Louisville, formerly
or this place, was shaking bauds with
old friends on our streets last week.
W. F. Lone, Beaver Dam, attended
the National Railroad Association,
which met In liouisville last week.
Miss Katie Coombs will leave to
morrow for a few days visit to her
cousin, Mrs. Willis Smith, of Oweus
.Mrs. R. C. Hardwlck. Leltcbfleld.
who has been visiting her parents for
the nasi tew weeks, returned uomo last
Rev. H. C. Truman, Fordsville, was
in Hurtford Monday. He will atteud
the Baptist Convention at Danville
Mrs, W. H. Saudusky and daughter,
Geneva, will go to Grayson Springs iu
a few days to remain several weeks.
Central City Republican.
Floy Duke, Sulphur Springs, Jessie
Smith and Mamlo Ross, Hartford,
three sweet little Misses, graced our office
for a short time last Friday.
Willie Fisher arrived iu towu from
Louisville yesterday. He will spend
the remainder of the summer, aud will
attend Hartford College next term.
Mr. M. B. Klrlly, agent for the
American Sewing .Machine sold by
Rein linden A Co., Rockport, passed
through towu Mouday, enroute for Huford.
Prof. Ellis M. Coleman, whose health
has not been good for several months,
leaves Texas to-day for Bufliilo, N. Y.,
where he will receive medical treatment.
Mlses Laura and Eddie London,
Rockport, accompauied by Misses Artie
and Nettle Beuuett, Hartford, paid the
Hgkai.d otllce a pleasaut visit one day
Prof. G. S. Fitzliugb, Sulphur
Springs, was In town Saturday. He
has been secured to teach the school at
Beaver Dam this fall, aud will as usual
give good work to the patrons.
Rev. M.L. Centers, Presiding Elder of
the Greenville District Conference of
the M. E. Church, passed through town
Saturday ou hi way to Washington
School House to hold quarterly meet-lug.
Miss Luella Earle, Madlsonvllle,
Miss Mary Walker, Louisville. Mr.
Strother Bland. Glendale, and Mr.
Frank English, Elizabethtown, are expected
to arrive In Hartford the last of
the week, and will be the guests of the
Misses Walker while in towu.
Mrs. F. M. Jopllu and her children,
Wayne, Paul, Mary Lou aud Pearl, of
Elizabethtown, are In the city, the
guests of Mrs. Lou Collins and Messrs.
Larklu and Henry Grifllu. Master
Wayne rode In from Beaver Dam on
his bicycle, aud dlstauced anything ou
Cue of the most pleasant social events
of the season was the entertainment
given at the courthouse by the
Club last Friday night. Everything
passed off most orderly aud
pleasantly, aud all present piououuced
It a capital evening's recreation. Those
Misses Mninle HpnldliiK, Louisville; Leta
Hacland, Iloslne; Mollle Martin, Horton;
I.lzzlu Mooro, Lulu nnil Kutle Knitc, Dent
l'lilpps, Jesslo and Mary Nnil, llenule ami
.MukkIi) Quntlier, Ktolta Tliomas, Annto Al
len, 1'iiiinlo ami Magclo Hiinhvick, IilnDuko,
ImoKcne Moclcy, Jetwlo Ford, Mary Hill,
Ailuli ami LIUlo llalrd, Jessie Sliull, Mr.
T. II. Aull, Mrs. V. T. duutlier, Mrs. Hal-
lie Hardwlck, Mrs. W. T.Ktng, Mrs. James
Thomas, Mrs. V. V. Gregory, Mr. Polk
Thompson, City. Messrs. I, U. ltcnfrow,
Hlicltiy Taylor, Chan. Taylor, ltobert Daniel,
Fred Daniel, Clias. Parrott, Thoi, Htcvcns,
(leo, De Jarnctt, Heaver Dam ; Ueorgo Phillips,
Oweusboro; I. E. Spaldlug, Louisville;
Ed OrkelM, Hprlugfleld; A. T. Landrum,
Spring Ltek ; Wm. Bcliapmter, 11. Hill, Win.
Maxwell, John J. Mclleury, Henry
J. D. Itoclie, JnkeHmnll, D. Lea.E.u.
Allen, J. E. Day, Owen Thomas, Win, Klug,
Jns. Polk Thompson, Mack Allen, Ham
Ulley, 8. E. Hill, Clms. Pendletou, Lnrkln
Orinin.L. Y. Woodruff, John Hpurks, Le I toy
Gregory, Jns. W. Ford, John Htoveus, Lou
Hill, Heber Matthews, O. T. Mclleury, Ed
Moore, W. T. King, Ned TcndlctoD, Chas.
Hardwlck, Jim. Thomas, Clarence Jlunlwlck,
W. H. Muuty, Clias. Hullenger, Jai. lllue, A,
T. Nail, city.
Messrs. George Phillips, Wm. Mux-well,
John J. Mclleury aud Win.
King furnished the rauslo which was of
the very best.
Our 'prescription department Is Immense,
and uuder careful mananemeut.
New aud fresh medicines received
nearly every day. We sell for cash,
which enables us to sell cheaper tliau
on credit. A dollar saved, Is a dollar
made. Give us a call when you want
a prescription tilled cheaply and accurately.
J. W. Fohd, Druggist.
Malt O'Doherty, Republican candidate
fur Lleuteuaut Governor Is advertised
to speak In Hartford on Saturday
Tho Kentucky State Teachers' Association
will meet Iu Louisville, July
7th, 8th and 0th.
A of these famous wagon, and believe them to lie Hie bent
WKHAVE sold on this market. Made of best quality or limber seasoned In oil. Wc
wunt every farmer and wagoner In Ohio county lo see them. BCall before, buying.
2.1 .1m WILLIAMS BROS., Hartford, Ky.
Hartford Preachers and Young People
at Outs on the Dancing
"Hartford Is In the midst of a frenzied discussion
of tho subject of dancing that ha
dwarfed every other topic of public In
terest. During tlieComnicnccmeiit exercises
of Hnrtford College, a sweet little miss of
eight years was ou the programme for a part
consisting of n pretty soug with a few steps
fioma wnltz in accompaniment. A lending
minister went Immediately to the faculty
and remonstrated lnstrongtermsaRalnsttlio
dancing of pupils on the stage, raying that It
would break up the school. His language
was tn tho nature of denunciation, and the
young people were put upon their mctal,and
straightway got up a dance. More denunciation
followed and more dauces came after
the denunciation, the last being u grand af'
fair at the couithouse Friday night that has
never been approached In magnitude or
magutflcence by anything that has been
seen in Hurtford, The young people are de
termined to carry their point, and the
preachers are equally obstinate in their Intention
of performing what they conceive to
be their duty. Tho struggle has already resulted
In more demoralization than cau he
repaired Iu a long time, mid It Is not probable
that the end Is In sight."
The above article from 1 lie
Messenger is a little sensational.
There were several unjust aud uncalled-for
criticisms indulged in, Tho young
people had their dance, and all is quiet
and serene. No excitement whatever
prevails and business Is undisturbed.
The whole alTalr oriKluated from a
mere zealous sentiment, aud the "tempest
in a tea-pot" lias passed. "Let us
The taxes for 1S67 must be collected.
The new Revenue Law imposes a penalty
of 0 per cent, ou all unpaid tuxes
after the first of September. Tills does
not go into the SherliTs pocket, but he
is charged with it. But two months
remain In which to collect, aud I am
compelled to collect at once. 1 will
meet the people at the various towns
aud voting places during the time, iu
person or by deputy, at such times as
will be announced by POSTERS. Meet
us promptly aud pay, or you will have
to pay the per cent, and cost of levying.
R. P. IIookeii, Sheriff.
Prohibition Must Prevail.
My license to keep saloou, will expire
July 10th. From now until then,
I will sell whisky, brandy and wine at
wholesale prices. Whisky heretofore
sold for S4 per gallon, I will uow sell for
$3, aud S3 tvhlsky I will sell for $2.50
per gallon. Wines und brandy same
reduction. Quarts aud pluts In same
proportion. Come at once and lay In a
supply for summer uud prohibition.
25 ;!t . B. Ai.li:.v, Hartford House.
Dr. Smith aud J. M. Greenwood, of
Peurod, Ky., have bought the State of
Kansas for the Eureka Plaiting machine.
Some two mouths ago Sir,
Greenwood bought Muhlenberg county
and has beeu selling Platters there ever
siuce, and says he has sold over $300
worth of Pialters, and has now taken n
half Interest in one of the best States
west of the Mississippi river. This is
his opinion of tho Plaltcr business after
working at it two mouths in a bankrupt
couuty, (Muhlenberg.) They will
go to Kausas, soon to work up tho
Stato by selling it out by counties aud
II. D. Taylor, B. F. Ticiieuor and
Shelby Taylor obtained
first grade certificates In an examination
before County Superintendent
Loney. This speaks well, both
for the euergy aud ability of the young
men, uud the thoroughness of the work
doue in Hariford College, which they
attended durlug tho last year.
Politics From Prentice.
June 18th, 1887. Siuce my last,
nothing has transpired to break the
quiet of our peaceful littlo town.
Farmers are very busy cuttlug wheat,
th(i.yleld of which will be more than
an average In this section; other crops
are looking quite well, but are sullerlug
much for rain.
Rev. R. D. Bennett preached one of
his characteristic good sermons last
Sunday In the Baptist church nn
of the Methodist church undergoing
repairs, which will soon be completed,
then wo will have two us good uud
beautiful churches as any town Iu the
county cau boast of.
Singlug every Sunday evening at the
Baptist church, led by Prof. Burgess.
Your scribe asked the question the
other day of one of our best citizens.
"How will Capt. Liter run," his answer
was, "like a scared dog." When
asked to explaln,he said: "Well, sir, (lie
hobby he's riding will take him
through Just ubout as fast as a bull pup's
legs would carry him when fired out of
a meat-house with a cow hide, and
he'll be Just about us apt to pick up
votes as the pup would a piece of bread
In bis exit." The fact Is Is too
thin to thluk that the Caplalu has spent
all his best muuhood lu the Democratic
party (with the exception of the
Grange period,) aud now since he's
ripened Into old ago aud his "locks are
whitened by frosts of many winters" he
discovers Ids mistake and wheels
arouud to rectify It and serve the dear
people tho remainder of his days. It
makes me think of the "little nigger,
who when asked why ho went to
school, said "tU git oflls." But poor
old fellow! mugiilflcenl old gentleman!
He will have lo be "snowed under"
the first day of August worse than the
Republicans snowed Asbtiry, and the
Captain's Invincible nine. He will be
relegated back to the pleasures of his
farm where lie cau spend his time "sur
rounded by lowing herds aud growing
THE VARIETY STORE AGAIN.
If for Ki)d yuur inuney ou wlhln upend,
Intent ullli V. Si I'll Itowfren,
That's nut exactly the iiaiiipnrihe men,
Oh, yei, It'i V..I I'llx l'rouren.
No, It rhymes with price loir,
Itn Hoinetliliii; like V. & I'ltn 1'renroiv,
Not exactly yet, oh, nnir I know,
The name In V, A II U ltcnrmw.
Aii)lniir their Htore at Illtiet'MIH,
Will at any time oell jou a low-priced lilll.
Beaver Dam Notes.
June 21st, 18S7. Wheat cutting Is
progressing rapidly. Crop fair.
Messrs. G. V. uud R. II. Barnes have
purchased und used the Walter A
Wood Reaper, with flue success.
Mr. Gen. W. DeJiirnette left this
place this morning for Indiana.
Shelby Taylor has uccepted a position
in the store of Williams & Taylor.
Rev. D. J. K. Maddox filled his regular
appointment here Saturday aud
Miss Klmeda Paxtou, daughter of E.
W. Paxtou, Is very sick. Her father
Is alto in delicate health.
The base ball match gamo at this
place Saturday evening last, drew a
large crowd. Our boys seemed to come
out second best.
Bokn-To the wife of Dr. H. F. Beau,
a son, yesterday the 20th Inst.
One Year Old To-day.
On tho 22d day of June 1880, at 12
o'clock (noon) Iu the city of Washington,
District of Columbia, without the
ringing of a bell, or the usual quiet
ness of the city being disturbed iu any
way, there was issued from the Patent
Otllco a patent for the Eureka Plaiting
machiue to J. I. D. aud Lu Y.
fur the term of seventeen years to
use, sell aud "pleet" for every man
woman uud child within the United
States and Territories thereof.
What You Can Buy for FIyc Cents at Anderson's
White P. K.'s.
White India Linen. "
Nice pearl buttons.
Two ladies' handkerchiefs.
Patent round folding straw funs.
White bullet buttons.
Handsome figured lawns.
Ladles' hose, good.
Ladles' cape collars.
Four-quarters bleached cotton.
Those who did not get their sample
cases aud Plulter outfit out of (lie last
lot can come In aud get tliein uow, as
the Ilrni has lust received another big
order of sample cases from tho factory,
for the Eureka Plalter.
Some of our farmers have Iwgun
harvesting. The corn crop will lie Immense,
unless cut short by the now
prospective drouth. There will not be
more than 2 per cent, of tobacco
planted, unless we have rain soon.
Oats aud other crops are looking well.
Now that the election Is near at
hand, the Democrats aro ticcomlug
enthusiastic in these parts. Your correspondent
over beared the following
Interview between two prominent
tho other duy :
"Do you think Capt. Liter will materially
ellect either of the regular
"I think not, the people say they are
satisfied with the nominees of their respective
Your correspondents attention was
then called to something else, and he
heard no more, but I iiave talked with
several about Capt. Liter's caudlduoy,
and ultimately fulled tn llud u single
man who will support him.
Why is It that Capt. Liter wnu't
awake to u realization of hlssltuatlou.
and realize that he is nothing but a tool
In tho hands of politicians. He won't
get enough votes by grub to grease au
ordinary political caucus
Miss Coppie Ford, of Centertowu is
visiting Miss Mury Coleman this week.
Miss Kduu Ford Is visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. B. Ford, this week.
Miss Narcissus Wade was the guest
ol Misses Mury und D. A. Pulton recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ford,
by John Rayman, made a Hying
trip lo Centertowu last week.
IIou. James A. MoKeuzie will speak
ft tliu nniiptliniiuA Iti Tfiirtfnnt. tfin Mnll
day, July 4th. Come, everybody, aud !
near mm. i
I WT t nvo Tl- onlliTiiv
-v miif Vtiiainstnn
"t U1C 11UU OClllUg UUU LV lUlb UUOlUCDOt
but unloading some lines of goods in which
we are overstocked. We quote for cash
THIS WEEK ONLY:
One extra good Well Bucket, 40c.
One extra good Broom, 20c.
One-half bushel Measures, 25c.
Stoneware, per gallon, 8c.
One single Wash-board, 10c.
One double Wash-board, 20c.
One cedar Bucket, 40c.
Clothes-pins, per dozen, 5c.
Large Clothes-baskets, 40c.
2 lb can Peas, 12c.
2 lb can Peaches, 10c.
3 lb can Peaches, 15c.
3 lb can Apricots, 25c.
2 lb can Pine-Apples, 15c.
2 lb can grated Pine-Apples, 25c.
One-pound can salmon, 15c.
One-pound can Mackerel, 10c.
2 lb can Bed Cherries, 10c.
2 lb can Baspberries, 12c.
One can mustard Sardines, 12c.
One can domestic Sardines, 10c.
One-pound can Corned Beef, 15c.
2 lb can Cove Oysters, 15c.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Bacon, lie.
Sugar-cured Hams, 12kc.
Country Shoulders, 7c.
Clear Bacon Sides, 10c.
Louisville Leaf Lard, 10c.
Ground Pepper, 25c per lb.
Finest mixed Tea, $1 per lb.
Choice Gun-Powder Tea, 75c per lb. '
We keep everything kept in a first-class
Grocery, and invite one and all to give us a
share of their patronage. Bed Front.
ShownTo the wife of Peter Shown,
of Beda, ou the 20th Inst., a daughter.
Sohai'mikii To the wife of C. F.
Schapmier, a Hue ten pound boy, ou
the 16th Inst.
Eastkkday To the wife of Louis
Eastcrday, of Beda1 on the morning of
the 20th Inst., a daughter.
Cunuiff. To the wife of W. H.
CuudlfT, Monday, June 13th, a twelve
pound boy William Heury Cundlfi;
Jr. Dr. Wm. Knox, attending physician.
Circuit Court Notes.
Circuit Court adjourned Saturday
noon, after a busy business-like session,
during which the docket was relieved
of u great uumber of cases; the following
since our last report :
J. B. Howard vs. R L Adams, judgment
A. B. Kirchbaum vs. Raley A Sou,
goods ordered sold by sheriff to satisfy
Dixon, Mackey A Co. vs. Raley A
Sou, J. M. Robinson made party to
James Maddox vs. Columbus Deuuls,
judgment for plaintiff.
"W, F. latum vs. S. A. Boswell, In
junction dissolved and petition dis
missed. J. P. Saudefur was appoluted
Commonwealth Attorney protein.
Lovl, Wolf and Newberge, judgment
J. B. Howard vs. R. L. Adams, judgment
(leo. Bellany vs. A. D. Maltlugly it
Co., Judgment for plalutifT.
Commonwealth vs. Win. Taylor,
J. P. Barrett vs. C. T. Button, action
J. C. Stewart A Son vs. Presley Morris,
W. L. Brown vs. O. U. Tichenor, action
Geo. "W. Render vs. McHenry Coal
Joe Rotchchild vs. J. L. Ralph, judgment
Bauk of Hurtford vs. James A. Stew-art,
land ordered sold. T. C. Plrtle,
John M. Leach and C. L. Woodward
were appointed jury commissioners
James A. .Thomus vs. R. A. Stevens,
judgment for plaintiff.
Wm. Phlpps vs. Wm Wilson, Judgment
D. M. Osborhe A Co. vs. J. A. Park,
stricken from the docket.
Card of Thanks.
Our thanks are duo to Messrs. Juhu
J. Mclleury, Wm. Maxwell and Wm.
King for (heir very excellent muslo
furnished Friday night, which added
so much (o the eveuing's pleasure.
Money suved by buyiug all kinds oj
Cemetery work of the Old Reliable
Hrm of MISCHEL BROS , proprietors
o OWENSBORO MARBLE, GRAN
ITE AND 8TONE WORKS. The
reason we cau sell cheaper,
aud do our work better than
others, we employ no agents,
and atteud to the business ourselves,
and therefore parties buying of us cau
save that big commission usually paid
them, Write for our prices, aud see
for yourselves that we mean what we
say. Address all tellers to
17 ly Oweusboro, Ky.
Wool and ginseng
wanted at Anderson's
i .4 IV
There will he au election held on the first
Monilay In August next, for the purpose of
electing an assesior to All the vacuncy cans,
cil hy the removal of J. W. Harnett, assessor
from this state and county.
C. W. Massik, J. O. a C.
Editors Hkiui.d. Since the ofllee of Assessor
has been declared vacant, I hereby
authorize you to annouuee me as a candidate
for that olllce, subject to the action of
the Democratic party. Uespectfully,
V. W. Pahuott.
HEAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
This column shall be permanently devoted
tn the buying and selling of reel estate.
1'orsons having farms or houses and
lots for sale, may write to us for terms.whlch
we will make easy aud to the Interest of the
seller. We shall also Insert farms for rent,
or town houses and lots for rent.
FARM FOR 8ALE.
I will sell my farm containing G92
acres, situuted near the town of Horton,
Ohio couuty, Ky., wutire, or iu lots lo
suit purchasers. The farm is
of being divided iuto five lots.
Four of the lots are provided with
dwelling houses, stables and other
necessary out buildings, all In go6d repair.
A choice orchard is ou each of
the live lots, aud I he whole Is well
watered and timbered. This property
will be disposed of ou very easy terms.
Also A store house and lot In the
towu of Horton, very eligibly located,
being ubout 100 feet from the depot
platform. I will sell or reiilthis property
to responsible parties on very reasonable
terms. Call ou or address,
W. B. Leach,
13 9 Gmos. Horton, Ky.
A very desirable small farm of 05
acres, situated about three aud
miles from Hartford. There are twenty-five
acres uuder feuce, with plenty
of timber to fence the whole of it.
There Is also a $150 barn ou the premises;
the barn is six tiers high, enclosed
ou three sides. Also a corn crib, 20
feet long by 0) feet wide, und a good
two-story dwelling house. The buildings
are all new. Stock water lu abundance
a fine spring near the house.
This oilers a splendid opportunity lo a
man of moderate meaus to secure a
For particulars, address the
IlKiiAU), Hartford, Ky.
Not only shortens the time of lulxir
and leKiteiiH the pain, but It ureal ly
diminishes the danger to life of both
mother and child, and le.ives the
mother In a condition more luvuralilr
to speedy recovery, and less liable to
Flooding, Convulsions, and other
alarinlug symptoms. Its eltlcacy lu
this roniwcl eutltles It to be called
Tllii Motiikk'.i FiiIK.ni, mid to rank
us onu ol the remedies of
the nineteenth century.
Weciiunat publish certificates concerning
this remedy without wounding
tho delicacy of the wrltvrs. Yet
wo have hundreds on tile.
Hend for our book, "To Mothers," mulled
free. HllAbKIKLU Hi.oulatou Co., '
S It Atlanta, (Ja.
W. T. KING & SON,
L17R7. FSEO MD SALS STASIES
-AND m.'ALKUH IN-
Horses, Buggies & Wagons.
IEST PLACE TO 6ET A HORSE FEEI.
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