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Big Clearance Sale!
For the Xc.vt 30 Days
WILL OFFER THEIH ENTIRE LINE OF
At and Below Cost!
e nre (l(itermincd to close out this line,
'and Endies who lifive not purchased Hats
can secure n hip: Bargain. Our line is still
complcjte, having recently made a large
purchase, all of which go for Cost. Miss
Bibl will' ronly' lbo with us a short while
lonsrr. and those wanting a
Trimmed stylishly, at wholesale price, must
come at once. A large line of Laces,
Wreathes and Flowers of all qualities,
besides many other things in this department
that must be sold. Just for comparison
and to show you what we intend to
do, we quote you some prices :
Jl brim, Hats
t u. -
rt t iniy
j u i innno & nirn.w i wuriii twi
'UJJJUyice white and black Laeo Straws
Y J. Handsome Chip and Hair HoU (sold (or $2) ,....r.....,..,1.00
Misses' Hats (worth as much asSl.M) Wc, fiOe, 7oc
Mack ami whito Trimmed Hat (sold for Sl.fiO) 7Bc
. Children Leghorn Hats (worth 82 .
Flower that we wild for 2.', Jtfc, Mte, 7c, SI and as high an 2, go for one-half
marked priro. Pure Silk Laces that hold for 'Via, 40o and BOa pervard, so
for lie, 20c and Vie. We carry tho largest stock oRibbons to bo found In Ohio
ponnly and they, too, go for Cost Many of theni are bftnilaomejind cosily, and
' are worth much more than what we quote them'at.' Bahirdny"and Monday will
lie our special Ribbon day. We offer yon 'U' J. , ' IJT.
No. r, pure Silk, nearly all shades (worth Mo) at H.. ...tie
No. 7, pure Silk (worth 12jol ...,.,.: ...r.V;....i.t ..po
No. , puro Silk (worth IRo) . "o
No. 12, pure Silk (worth 20o) , 12c
No. 10. pure Silk (worth :Wo) : I0o
We hao all shades in satin faco and cotton bank Ribbon from
yard. Rlhboua that we mild for ftQo oTK -' f'T JPf . ' apd o. Haunme
line of Vejl(ngs qui J.acp Cap? go at reduced lli:re. Wo nlso want to call
attention to our larixo line of Corset, We offer tho celebrated S. X. in
Misses and Ladiea from ftOo to Sl.3.1. Try onewo guarantee satisfaction.
From now unfil Fall wo oftVr Ilargalns in nil Hummer floods. Visit the
'Hartford Temple of Fault ion:
J. E. FQGU & pq
aartfor Wccfcty gcrald.
Pn mi! IW T,me Ttf,M
tin. & 71J !
No. MinltI Ksprens.... ,.307 A M
, P ..,.... . .1 Wl'M
No. ami Ki......l , I M H M
Nn. Ksnrw.... .. H W A M
-HV PlM ...-.- .... A-
If yon are owing Martin, call and wy
Martin l the bet Jeweler In
J IjMJfr. , , ,,,
son'a UaK&ar. '
it, t i
W.vm Miaa Rom Woeruer ia elorkine in lier
If yon need watch or jowolry repairs,
call on Martin.
. ! . ittion need a good air of scctaolo,
Hi 'A'l r ii I .Mil l I, ,
can on Martin.
I'll 'II I'lllllH
flqr a JtooO, watflh., oajl on Majtln,
All kindHotlBweryrwatche and
0ci!s.ai Martin'i r
A few moro l)araius left in misses
slippers at the Bizaar,
Hon. Henry D. MoIIenry will spcuk
at Prentioe on the 4th of July.
n i i i i
, NfW ftprt atrofHTe fpat.ure in m.
The N. N. & M. y. railroad will sell
ronna trip tickets at otro lare.eoo'iuniy,
S. 4 and li. ) lir i.
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Mr. James itenry wiuiams lookH
well behin'd tho counters dI J. E. foglo
n . 1 . 11 1. ut. 1 t 1 1. it 1
'AtY W I
JJISara nice silk I
timbre (li wUn'silverTiandle for one dbl-
Ut. Milhirri, Tichenor will on
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ar alid twenty-Ave centa. of Mr. 8am L. Beard, near
Rev. J. 8. MoDaniel, formerly pastor
. ZSi r!M. E.' Church at this place.
1Pi preHlMt Hup oC onrtoinl
"WuIsl Ulh and window trimmincrs. '
S At'4Tn'" -
asaa tJV U Hi St ii Ml a 1 I
Tho chdir recently organized in town
fcrft. dedicatory exercise, of the O. P.
Church, is progressing nicely under the
leadership of Prof, L. B. Ilean.
The counterpane sale of last week,
F. a .! a iiiertbcli at Anderson's
: . i i . i . t
ara jjMoHstill Xjan el-
llii. li' '.tL.t,..'U..r;i. UAX.U
CKtVUb KUDU Wl n.-.-.. ,
' WWfStWr mn '
flniP"feaaPWeH W BftrimW:
WU mm ww wv OT'it'vw.K -
bled audience, Prfzos .for best seller
were awarded to rinaT.nnUlwnnd
fteettCo, U,. Bennett taught a
school, andirenderedjber patrons
(worth Sic)...., .1.-10 .
(worth St.M) .00
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Mr. Cajeb Crowe in improving; will
mon lie out ai;ain.
'Mr, Iko 8ttn(prfir n been niiin
rick, lijjf ji ;tbe o bo oi(t nain.
Mrs. Tom Ashby waa yenturda'
indeed a luiiAtio and will be taken to
Tho tnembura of tho C. I Snnday
Hohooiwill meet In thoir nov olmral)
Hiiniy initen.'' n' oiw lfilliH l'fflB
Tho law lirolitliittDL' county clerks
from charging; for irepanu)rionsion k.
pvrft, has been rcealed, nnd tho clerks
now are allowed to charo thirty cents
for certifying any peuniou paer.
Ry agreement tho apKintinent for
the cnudidates to 8xnk at Equality
Chnroli has boon withdrawn. Thpy
wlllaiieak ut Ootnlvo on wodnewlay
Jlje i it:, at 1 o',clock Am! ' ' 1 '
It is an enterprUinR town vrhero they
Htdal as bis things as a saw mill. Such
a town has Ohio county. Mesrn. C. II.
Jackson, Sam Stone and Taylor Alsip,
of Deanefleld, wore in town yesterday
looking after some man who had stolon
n mill at that place.
Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, candidate
(or Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, will
addresVtbecilUensof Ohio county on
tho )6litli)arU4iicA Jf the day at tlQ
iJiiurt'HpiiJp In1 Hartford. JAilv JtUM
Miss Laura Chapeze has secured a
jxisition as teacher in tho public schools
of Paducah. The Kisition which she
has is nil important one. Her many
friends iu Hartford will bo glad to learn
of 1er'miccesH.1 Miss LaUra is ii
from the Philosophical 'course" of
Hartfori College! U Well Yidnaatod nnd
an InHclllgent youifg lady. l Thosb who
hnr'hdr licet, fool continent sua will
iSrVrorin (ho duties of 'hei1 "new position
Villi ability aiid honor:
Earthquakes strike terror to mankind,
and cholera brought sorrow to
our iHHiltrymon until Oanter's magio
ciueken onoieru euro was soui nero uy
'Woyno Orlflln & Bro, . i i
I Ta.afn.ul Xfi'na Tlnlsj1 fa (1 VAVII lAnllllll
young lady in looal society. Mr.
Tichpnor is pnp of our splitl styrlj fg
Off for thn Pan.
BlwriffTay.olefi Monday night for
Fmnkfort, huvlnir In eharso Isaiah Dal-
ton. who will spend the next three
years in the State prison, barring a few
lnjf tllat it til0 sheriff would give him a
card of admission to tho penitentiary.
Iio would make tbe trip alone ana guar-
antoo himself to arrive in Frankfort
Mnfii att.l sound. Hlierlff Tavlor. how-
ever, did not risk him, nuil will soo him
v uu uuw uumo
i . ,, , lai lilies,. .
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riP'l HI Msa a lipp 1MB pr mi. tuuei,
MIUl IU ffitt UBtvUlU, RUU Will tltttj
weloomo in their midst tlio young
?'? has placed her love and life,
I)resent, 'and will arrive in Hartford Fri-
day bight at 6:80 o'clock
Mm. Kilty Tuylor In vIMllnn In L'lilcago.
Mr. V. Fispple, Llvermcrt, liiTln lUrtfonl.
Itv, It, (. Tim an, Forditvllle, fn
V ? ' f.
MIm Laura Cliapru hu returned from Fa
Mri. K. I). Ouffy In vllt(b( fief parent t
Ho'.lne. ' f
Ml iKabrlle .Mclleury lis, returned fiom
I Mr. II. N. Kltrhiiijli linn returned from
MiKK Utile Hill, iTHiikfotl.M vllllhre.
nllven In Hurl ford., ;
' Mr. W, T. Ilnywanl, who luut Iweu ijulte
III, la very little better.
I Mr It. M, llnyn, C'tmnwell, leaven Itlln
week fur HI. I'nul, Mlnii. 'T
Mlwi I'liiinie 'llioiim, IIowIIik Clreen, In
vl'IIMiK MlHHIalla llininua.
MI..R. KUe Yelxer, tltlca, tlivleu county.
In vNUIiik relullven In lla'trunl.
MIm Viola I'ltlie, Heaver Dam, waa the
Kiielr Ml I.lsalu Mixire Hunilay.
1 Mra KlUilietn Wixwlwiinl and Mlat Adit
Cox, llwlii me vlllli. Iu Oweiiaboro.
Ml Mary Tmlur la' pindliiK a lew ilaya
In Nt York iiml utlitraeit natal cllle.
Mr. J. K. HuaMiii left Monday nllil fur
ltK'kKirl, hid , where Imgoeaun u bualueaa
MlaiHul) Yelaerand lirutlier Ab, attended
Hie lee-cream .upper Hi Hutonl litat Halurday
Dr. and Mr'. J. H I'olenian returned to
Hartford Monday Hfier itu nleure of two
Mia Dr. VV. II. Hat ward, Hulpbur Hprlnga,
la In llarlloicl Hie gueatofthe Mnltliewa
Murlon Hezler uud wife, of Prentice, were
tlieHuealaiirMr. Moae lludonsa family
Mra.,Ioliii h eland and Ml-a Kflund, Hop
klnllle, ate the klle.la of Mra. !. a
)lmn J It lliiinea. South Carrol I Inn, and
D. Lee llai ilea, t'Kiuiwell, ere In Hartford
V. M. Jnlinaiiti, KeyiioldaHtittl'iii, and A
II. JoIiiituiii, DeHiiefleld, were Iu llarifoid
Mr. Uixlinuu Dean, wife and aon Harry,
Souln Carrnlltuiii am tliegueHUiof Mra. Jen
Mr. John llaruea, Hho liaabeeu iiulte tick
at Hie home of hla J. H.
Glenn, la belter.
Dr. W. Alexander and Prut. William Ko
ler went IoChII'odii Monday, returnlDK yea.
Mlaa Nellie Youug, who haa beu vlalllnr
Mlaa Until t'oomba, left for her home III
Mr. Lem Mclleury, who haa been attend
Ink Hie Virginia Military Inatltute, la at
home fur the iiininer.
Mr. (I.H. fanderlur, of I lor too, left Monday
for Newman, Texaa, where he will
iiiakn hla lutnre home.
Mlaa Hora will leave Ihla afternoon
r ira abort vlalt to her cuualii, Mlaa Miriam
Mra. H. A. Ilenuett and ilJiuhter, MIm
Lillian, llela,Knve the Hfkai.d a pleoaant
call while In town yeolerdar.
Mluca Lillian and Tula Bennett, lleda,
leave Hatnnlay for nil extended vlalt In
livea at line nprn K. iiannii riiuiifr.
Mlwea Helen and Ida Duke, ac
companied l'iy Mr. MiuVlil l(ea. , weut to
Davie county Mttlnrdii), returning
Mr. JaineaTlchenor and miii, Hoy, Point
Pie taaiit; H. M. Dexter, Ueaver Dam; Dr. W.
II lla ward.Hulpliur Hprmga, were among
the Hkuai uV cullerajeaterday.
Mra. J. L. Kreiler, acconipanle.1 by lier
brother, Douglaa lloblnann, of Loulavll'e,
will mrlve In Harlford to day and will be
theguealaof Hon. If. I) Mcllenry.
Mr. IKoy Gregory left Monday for. Ht
Paul, Minn. He boa a poalilon aa clilor of
lieMiuthwelrii IjiW lleporter. He la all
eucmello young man and well ouallfled foi
Ida lew work. The 'IlkitAI.P Vlalie hlra
I a n li i
Prof C.J. Lemon, vt llllam Mlu
Nannie Lemon, MI.b Mabel Lemon, Alexander
Chapman, Gale Chapman were a party
from Mnignnfleld that paed Ihmugli
Itartlnrd )eterday on tnelr way to tbe
Mammoth raw- Tliry are traveling over
land In a aprlug wagon, uud Vry much en-
joyfu their outing.
Mlaa Emma K. Ittan. who boa been
cutng heratudlea In art In t'auada during
the paat winter, will return tlna week to her
home in Logan county, Kentucky. Mlaa
II) an waian excellent artUt before ahe
Ihla extra counmof study and by tbe
preaent lime nityil excel' veil iter former
Hho la a j ouug lady of rare
taatea ant) talents, cultured, refined aud
roodril. Hh vfonlhe blgheat admiration of
all who knew her' during her three years
aobuectloli with Hartford" College. Her
many friends here will be pleased to learn ol
her continued successes In the art work I
which ahe seems sodeoted.
A Fleaiant Xvenlng .
Lost Friday night, the Court House
yard was tho scone of much joy and
happiness among tho young people of
Hartf'ontnn vicinity, tho 'occasion'
an ice' cream' supper' civon Ivf tti'o
. i n, .. . . v in ii ir. inn
young wppriw wwuiot m v
r, , 'Chuiolt. We
ed with beautiful flowers and lamns.
while the yard was illuminated' with
Japanese lanterns, which added to the
scene. The young ladies who hail
charge of the tables, deserve
for' the1 oxcdlle'nt Vna&bor" IU ' wliicli'
i ji r i
fiiey cnfertAined their iruo a. Tho ra
oolpta u'ruo'iinlyVl o 823 oleaV "01 cxpeUiia,
llle'nartfoVd'cJrneMo'ea ahtf BtVlh
Bands made'mnsro' 'fortue'VaWion.
which was enjbyed by all. "At 12
o'clock, the string band played "Home'
Sweet Home," after which the jovial
crowd left for their homes,' ftoling' that
heyliml eurof a rno p"n even-
Aueraan" araei Dead.
Last Hftturday'at 2 o'clock, D. Anderson
Barnes' breathed' his 'last al'life
t.. .... niv.ii h. Jl.liii TiiH
ituutc ucnr x. rcuvtuc. nu ueaiu was
ised Uy a congestion
' Vi.tpVa - Mh Humes was
ppp pf Ulijo ootinty'tj iiinut honoroil and
wont reeprpd eitlnoiis, Hig death waa
nncxpeotod. Ho was just past the
meridian of lifn and loolteil forward to
any years of usefulneaa. His remains
were' hurled Sunday afternoon at the
Hhultz burying ground. His death reminds
us that a good oltizen lives no
more on earth,
Male Stolen at Millwood.
Sunday nisht Mr. H. E. DoHaven.
of Millwood, had a 'fine mule stolen '
from his stable. The mule was 0 years
old, 18 j hands high, of brotrVl l,obIdf:r
Wf'Ifl a yountr man abont
1 WW Pi 8r: The'mnle
)m ft rtftrk erii if ilRFii m iiiek tiy
The dedicatory oxeroiseanf the new
0, P, Olmroli in Hartford have been
postponed ono month, The reason for
the postponement is, the painters cannot
finish up their work in time.
Everything, will pa doubt be ready by
the first Sunday In August. ' 1
Otwcrrer XzpotM the ily Tirtios of
"Iom" WtMiMg lauMHtto
m Appointed With a Tlew to
TreatBent of a Very
Ecitobs Hrhald.V As the Center-
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town correspondent to thef Republican
has Wledvtq iavestigate aa he said he
would, tke jaeMee or injnsMco of
Uin 'enWijappolBttnentB, I writo the
I following rtWieii of r acts which the
bosses of'tho'g. o.V('fi Ohio county
will please refute if they can or dare
try to do so. . j.
We would, ask -why it was that our
worthy citizen, O: W. Rowe, was not
appointed enumerator of either this or
Smallbouse precincts? He and Alney
Tichenor wero both applicants for this
precinot, but for reasons unknown, it
was given to Tichenor. Thoro may
not bo any irregularity in that, for
Tichenor is a gentleman worthy and
competent to take tbe census of our
precinct But there was in Roeine product
two applicant also, Heaverin and
Millhons, and as the latter was in the
habit of going to Hartford on .lecbon
day with his jugs and candidates
"boodle," distributing each as his
judgment dictated, would be of the
most advantago to his party, he must be
given some sort of recognition (for such
services,, bnt somej brother remarks,
that where is Heaverin, not friend
ly to our Ragland, and unless' wo do
something for him, bo will us his influence
againsti Raglan d,, so, npj rises a
brother inspired and suggests that
Heaverin have Rosine, add we will
send Millhonse to Smallhonse, for
there is no one down there who fs competent
or deserves tbe appointment.
Where is the justice oiVsuoh treatment
of Rowe, who had aiarallel position
witli Tichenor, so far aa application
is, concerned, that MiUktmS '-had with
precinct before.it was taken from
who made' application
for Centertown as soon as blanks were
ont for that purpose But J. S. R.
Wedding has exposed bis hand here as
well as elsewhere, of which we will
speak later, and from the beginnin
did not treat Rowe with honesty, not to
pay1 courtesy; aud to prove my assertion,
the following is sufficient:
Rowe in conversation wjthj Wedding
on a Thursday,aaked him when 'the Republican
County 'Committee' would
meet, as be would liko to sea a'nart of
and ltfing'r'e ffiaAp dM np
anow, uni Hflwe wani cq $o see tneio
ne nad pewr ge on his fiprse ana go
see them, Rowe rcprn no; he dh not
have the time to spare'iust a that Ime',
and then before parting,' Wedding tells
him the committee would meet in Hartford
the following Saturday Oh I
wasn't that a specimen of absent-mind
AtlnMia. ttiirn and RtmxeW Titwp lnul
the, endorsement ,'bfs eYryjmember' of
his precint committee, and also that of
Cants; David' Duncan W. R. Jones
and W. L. Brown, iw ho are membes'of
a peon Of. abou( 1M citizens names,
bkiuk snas uw apiiuiumeuv ue maue,
And again didn't show
the efleetionj for ;Rowe'that (he did for
Oibbg,"'of BockK3rt,who'n( he' addressed
a blank application to with a renueat for
Gibbs to fill same out, and he would receive
tbe appointment, notwithstanding
that Hardin Smith and Qnint Brown,
both worthy and competent gentlemen,
were applicants for thejposition. But it
seems that there wero but fewtnen out
of the mighty (?) precinct of Rosine,
who had the ability or deserved the ap;
pointments as enumerator as they wen
soptonoman Into Muhlenberg county,
who was seen taking the ceusuiot South
Carrollton. Wedding is truly a hustler
for home. That's riuht. ionnv. make
hay while the sun (political) shines, for
the darkness Is coming, wnlon will en
velopyou so completely that you will
in Itho future cease to be a landmark
even of what the Republican party vras
or has done in Ohio county. r
.Just redeiYed hi
Yeiser and Miller's bi
corner union ana
Market Streets a com
plete line of buggies,
&c. These goods are
warranted to give sat-;
a.' J "a
lBmcuoii, ana wen
bought 80 that we
qan give any i one
eeding a Buggy,
Pring Wagon or.Cartt
a Wg bara.- Call
an,d ee Qur ffoodg be
fore purchasing else
where, ana be con
vinced of what we
After all, tbe best way to know the
real merit of Hood's Sarssparilla, is to
try it yourself. Besuro to get Hood's. .
Wheeler Stan ia Hartford .
Groceries, , Confectioneries, Cigars,
ss.TAiriSrBl.s Ar.iTrr X
T 11elr I'HrTW HHHI wvs fffta hii
f8fl fuIBe,r, JBlon, treet.
riA incr nurohased the s ouk of oroce'
P'i ffPti Of Henry Carson, and opened
up a wneeier atore, we will
be glad to see all the order, and nmny
marej ooifie tp jrauo vrltll Hi.
HtiMiftNuia i ilARNRTT.
Don't forcei the Barrett's
barbecue Saturday, August 3d, Nice
diatier free of charge. Ail the
ustivsj wiu dsj prevent aaa sneaa. omt'
Ioob aseensioB with a man leaping from
it 8,000 feet in the air. M-U
Our worthy Baptist minister, Rev.
Louis Tichenor, requests ns -to say
through the columns of the Herald
that be will preach at this placo on the
4th Sunday in each month, instead of
the 3d, as heretofore.
Death has visited our town since our
last writing and has taken from our
midst Mrs. Bobt. Duncan. Her re-
mains were Uken to Logan county for
inlnrmoni Alan Xfe irl,ii.
youngest child departed this life yes -
terday at 4 p. m.
Miss Kate Martin, Henderson, is
iting friends here. Miss Lena Van
Meter is the guest of her friend, Miss
Ida Oodbey, Mr. Jas. Cairues sientu
few days at home last week.
' Iro'' W B- Miller smiled oh some of
Iltu lll ailt.lnitta ,. ,l..a l.f u L
o una nuiuruwi UUD UJ fcUlrt WCL'R,
Miss Mabel Reid returned home with
The Rookport Cornet Band attended
the Rockport at Rookort last
Tuesday aud won the blue ribbon over
two bands, vi..: Morgautown and
Equality. Misses Maggie and Mary
Ashby, Minnie Casebier, Wilcox;
Jtessrs. irank Casebier, Dave Maddox,
Louis Ashby, Wood Wilcox,
also attended the
Mrs. P. W. James and her mothor,
Mrs. Cyle, will visit Mrs. H. P. Gibbs
this week. Miss Winnie Hunter, of
Indiana, will spend the summer here.
Measles and whooping-cough have at
last struck Rockport and are playing
havoc with small children.
Mr. D. F. Gibbs, the
for (his district, says he is about through
getting slapped on the back for asking
old maids their age.
Miss Ella Wade has returned home
from Point Pleasant, where she taught
the spring school.
Wishing the Herald and Prof. Hay-ward
all tbe success, we are still,
Kentucky on a Boom.
It seems that the whole State of Kentucky
it on a boom, sa s an exchange.
The crand old Commonwealth is making
strides in the industrial world that
will soon put her where she justly be-longs-at
the head of the column of
coal and iron-producing States. The
activity over the entire, eastern portion
of the State is unprecedented, and visitors
wonder that such a vast area of
mineral territory should have remained
so long undeveloped. A few weeks
ago, when Congressman McCreary
stated before the River nnd Harbor
Commission hat tjhe coal area, of Kentucky
exoyeded'ha of Pennsylvania,
and was twice that of Enulaud.it caused
astonishment. And, ypt U W . fP which
many people even of this State will tie
mrpriaodat. But .the outside world
will not fang be ignorant of that impor
ui (act, Cdit fogyism has had its day
yt Jtenwoky aud is last being supplanted
by he spirit of progress. The
State's wonderful resources aro being
advertised far and wide, which is bring
ing capitalists from everywhere among
us. With the coal and iron in Eastern
Kentucky, and the vast oil fields of this
section, our future is indeed very
bright It is only a matter of ft short
while uml lie e oif immigration toward
Kentuoky will be 'spontaneous
and irresistible, ani with the completion
of1 new railroads to pierce tho here
tofore remote rts of the State, Ken
tucky will be a veritable hive of Indus
try. May the day hasten when, sho can
take the position ifitondoq for her by
Sale of bu to leaver Dam.
On Satarday, the'oth daV of August,
1890: we. as executor of 'Joseph Mil-
lerdeceased, will 'offer, for sale by public
auction about. 30 lota belonging to
tbe estate of said decedent, .Said, lots
are sitttated in West'BcftVftf LuAm, and
are admirably loftrWd tor , business and
(lwellin'slow, This salcv whlob is for
tbe purpose of closing up said estate,
will afford atttnle onnortunitriiftfr busi
nessmen to prooure lots 'in. Braver
Dam,, which is tbe central traveling and
shipping point for this Green river
try. Terms, of 4 sale i Twelve months
time, with personal security and lien
retained on lots" for purchase" money.
atMtf v BBMBSBTSSHSnAJB several
of. the VTeafisjis" iasaihteMs n taking
a Hstaf publican
and ey went
around tUeireaiM ions, and
inKehwMuftl ing to
obtain a lisof'he'ofrhjere,'! all the
SFMl!AlWTA . the in-
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f.TOflp(iiM;Bvamuiy used, it is
lata i i tnat . . uperintendent of
the Census, -applied tUaJebraska
A4Joestiemsfsryf rs tnat
weaia nave osai'swtif;wfijsxw; names.
The'Ce aSflsS aaatBflnisuBlaNsswsTOTa Pith?
.r, ; ji
: fsmm.t,mttwimRfl it me
ft mmim and it
im&mtfmamsm 8 only..
he of in-.
telllgent and , independent farmers,
threaten to make ronVle for the party
Of proteciioii,' and I'prlcr thinks t
would not' bo' rf bid idea to know tkn
w iii i iii't, 'J. a .1 i i. " ..-'-- -. t
names of its leaders
li lll.r ..1
Uwlles'iiwl Uenta1 7ta Tsotwisr mtule
UmnleratCX. FIELDS' Cast MalnBt
Uwsnaboro, Ky, I lo oilltlie attention
of the people la the fact that everything'
Is QUAltANTEKD Hint comes out of the
house. Nothing Is to desirable to a manor
woman as nice, Footwear,
and I on li sbll you. If you fall to ate
me wlion In yuor uiintuunlly.cull on me
when In Owgusboro. itespectfullr,
, K. nXsVD."
female Weakness Positively Cored,
yonr readers tbafj bn polVp ww
.ftVWWS'ftflfcBW one illu wliiehi
to from deranged
rtirti Up uia io wild
wmedy v huh to
POLITICS IN POLITICS.
A Kinging Letter From a Democrat
Who Holds Good Organization and
Government Above Men
Rockfort, Kv, June 30, 1890,
i Editors Herald. In tho name 6f
our intrepid Democracy, whom no en-
nmv AVDP llrtfUker fnlne.1 atifl tvlintn
false gods never lead cstrny, let me
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iiinuK oaiurtiay a
, throuuh vonr columns forlits timelv.nnd
,wrtinent article on "The- Constitution-
at Convention." Conld anything be
moro inconsistent, not to say
ons than the bald statement that there
is no taililics in rouf irs. I Wonder if
theo were no ixilitlcs lii that sanctimonious,
imtronizing, Puritanic big
N'd paternalism with which that consummate
aristocrat, Alexander Hamilton
sought to stamp tho Constitution in
iW7? Is it possible there wero no politics
in Ids florid denunciation of the
Jersey and Virgitiia plans, nor his own
plan, which proposed that the U, S.
Sennto bo elected for life by electors,
aud the Governors of the States be
lointd by tho Federal Government
and have absolute, not limited, veto on
the acts of their State legislatures? Was
there no politics in his monarchical and
centralizing theory, run mad, that the
"vulgar herd" were incapable of self-government,
which idea was compromised
in the compact with a constitutional
denial of a free American citizen's
right to vote for a President direct?
I believe the principles of representative
Democracy is the true theory
of government till the great millennial
then above all, I desire that these
principles Bhould be engrafted in our
Constitution, hence none but brave and
capable Democrats shonld bo on guard.
We can repeal an obnoxious radical
tinctnred law, but a Constitution is
practically iirepealable. Do I then
want a fossilized Chinee, a Nihilist, an
Infidel, a Monarchist, to lay the foundation
of our laws? Do I want delegates
from a political school from which have
emanated the Alien and Sedition laws,
the treason erietuated in the Hartford
Convention, the open defiance of the
Supreme Court, public curses of the
Bible and tho Constitution as in league
with hell, and lastly, the Force Bill of a
few days ago.
Hod Patrick Henrv occupied Hamil
ton's seat in the national convention,
"General Welfare" about which there
has been so much, doubt and controversy,
and from which our
whining,iatronizing gnardiansof negroi
roasting proclivities and UOVlVl Intend
to draw tUwJr faUioijly inspiration
would havo been stricken ont, and language
to clear, fetrong and
substituted that a Supreme Court
of idiots could, not have erred in their
interpretation. Then there w6uld
hive been no treason with Canada,
;.' :n ., 'tji.i. mil
civ ,- B .-.
no war, np, Blair, no
Foroo Bill, and but one poli ticsl party,
iNo iolitics, indeed! Well, I can, bear
demagogues, everi be amused by ltft, they wilt be enabled to hold on to now-.,
? . ' , . . " , er in spito of au adverse verdict of tho
..... .,.. rlm ,.lv. ., xiio voro oi wane oi connaencQ
volvcd, bnt U is exasperating as it is next fall shonld be so emphatic th
baleful' whon the public is misled in mat- they will not dare to carry out ttp waters
so paramount, 'sb far-reaching and "Piracy which they have yxwwl
vital as making a Constitution. No .. . . . t1 '
politics! Why, there was a time in At. .
tics, and it was when patriotism i .
a cardinal virtue of the cjfeet.(, when ,
he who dared play tho lion-political. .
even tQ racket, Was eon-.
qemnod to Infamy andierpetual banish-1
I'm aware that this is a time when it
tikes nerve to protest, but mine
in the"oonrne of conviction, and I'Tfl'
se Ul charge tho danger Jrj front, uud
right'here I sepc, p(itW by the Eternal
that wild, psrtiiau as I am, Democrat
from principle, prejudice' and passion, ,
as I am, I'd vote for a straightout Republican
j thousand times befdre I'd
saoriQoe organizationand strike do'i tho
vory possibility of serving toy country .
by voting for, a declared independent, J
which is but another name for a
less, selfish, ambitious disorganize
who, with a lack of courage, 'and a sense
of his own weakness, seeks to r(d into,
the office astride e, orod.toHties' of all
creeds am paTtlfiS., I.
Right hero. 1 nlanVmy.oolbrs and by
them 'will stand' or 'fall! "Art thou, '
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true Democrat, a trionil of Itouerick?;'
If not, bo so, 'Come one, come all
djwganianUon, and tho npnp VlA
Democrats shall be .on 'guard to-night,
iuve mo your hand and blessing. 1'Uj
Iran!? our colors on the outer walls.re.lv. ,
ingonthe strengtijoli w
oratio costlo to "laugh a sjeoa to sporu."
Tke Master's' Grip.
The grip that tho sugar trust has, on
the Republican iarty is, somefhing tr,tii
lijendous. Tb,e par,ty dpepn'tdap dsti
hey, 1,1ft master.bqweveriniiclyiiipp.uVi
iy it risks incurring. 'J'h.o. 9JJ VVW
VAU VvVWPiWl 0- lWtaS
iiou of, on.O'A1'; of, a pent a pound. They
prptitei) that titis' was not epongli, and
when the bill .emerged ,from the Ways
and Means, fiqmuiiteo it bad increased
this protection to two-Ill tits o( a oent by
increasing thqrotoson refine4 sugar and
taking a,U duty off the raw sugar., Uut
two'flfths was, nqtfiutte enough, and
the proosal to atlmit sugars between
No,18,and fip, lft dutyfree was highlyi
sugars are clean enough for uso.witliot
refining, and tbe trust wa? detetinta
10 Mh '.feHSi fflkJrWJ"""" t su.
HU AUivriVHH, Aim IU
When the bill was reported from' the (
Honftte finance committee it put sugars
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rrom no, to to loouiiieuuiiaiiioiisvBtiu.
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uoaBar uun uwnmicurcui wuat u.
originally demnnded, I
OUi1 Wilimx mi'
chine is, in ttrstlnss,
AnnJU inn '0'nil id)Aini
any lady if they will
.n.1ll..l. W,..un,l P. n a,M
1'ours rescotfully, Dn. J. B.
183 Genesee St., Utica, N, Y, SW4t
I have this day given my sou Cicero
King bis time, and I will in the future
make no claim on his services or Ujg
any other matter, free from an;
IWI 111... Hi Z. N Kino.
Hosts of lfotkara ! fieHa.
Castoria cure Colic, Conttluatloo t
Knur Stomacli, Ulsrrlvca, EructaU(
aires bsalUiy sjwpt also aids
Without osivttM'J stuefaoloo,
Walking Cultivators, Riding Cultivate
. SPUING TOOTH JlAllliOJVfSi
Tiohii R. Phipfisi I Co.'
Foreman. To the wife of
Foreman, Hartford, Jnne 25,
fine boy. Jack is all smiles.
Duncan. Douglas McHenry, the infant
son of Mr. D, M. Duncan, McHenry,
Ky,, died Monday at noon, of
brnln fever. The remains' were buried
Tuesday at 10 o'clock.
Deafness Can't be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach thn diseased tiortinn of tho oar.
There hone way to cure deafness, and
that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness
is caused by nn inflamed condition
of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian
Tnbo. When this tube gets inflamed
yon have a rumbling sound or
oct hearing, and when it is entirely
closed, DeafncBtri tho result, nnd unless
tho inflamation can bo taken out
and this tnbo -restored to its normal
condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten nrd caused
by catarrh, which is nothing bnt an inflamed
condition of tho mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that we cannot enro by taking
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free. F. J. Chf.nkv & Co.,
'u Toledo, O.
The pretense that Republicans caro
anything for tho purity of the ballot is
the most abomnible cant conceivable.
It is hypocrisy, pure ond simple, and
the wonder is that when one Republi
can hears another talking such stuff,
he does not yield to an irresistible impulse
to laugh, instead of bursting inlo
"loud applause-" Tho Republican par.
ty has been guilty of the greatest crimes
against suffrage ever perpetrated. It
sought first to debauch it by adding to
the voting impnlatian a vast mass of ignorance
and brutality for a purely par
tisan pnrixjse. It has terrorized voters
by all the methods of intimidation which
thn human intellect bos ever devised
It stole tho Presidency, furnishing the
only cose of such gigantio larceny in
human anpslt. It has now in the Sen-Ate
WP Republicans that represent a
Diaio wuere tue win oi tne people was
nullified by a mammoth conspiracy. It
has in the House something liko a dozi
en members occupying seaV that wero
wrenched from Uieir rightful owners by
processes compared with which high-way
robbery is a reputable employment.
Yet still its representatives on the floor
of the House are not ashamed to talk
about tbe purity of, the ballot.
It is, folly to attempt to confuse the
fssrio by such empty rhetoric as that
employed by Mr, McComas and bin
ipw conspirators. ine whole secret
lies in a nutshell. Tim Hepubllcuns m
Congress recogniw the fact that the
peopie arc. no. longer on yicir sitio, anil
they have tiled to framo a law by yliioli
CstsiorU 1st Qis Sasal Ktolier's
Isrfasa' sad Cklldrea's Complaints.
Tarenoric er Warootla Syrups,
IVv ftji Tbeuischcs First Season l--Delivered tn any Rniltiny KUtio I'n of Ii
Xo want Thum or, a flood,
" feTHRESHER, ENGINE OR .. SAW-MILL-
W HAs;b lix Uivwa fkom,
G". .. ASSITT &c ttRO.
Wb Want ONE MILLION Pounds
For Which We Will Pay .the
Buy the Osborne
Mowing Machine. It
is the Lightest Running,
Best Cutter and
the Cheapest Machine
in the market.
? W. T. King, Agt.
IDI HsibbMsbbbbssbbbbB '
Qav, Main and Allen Streets.
H. M. ! mi.. i;rtililriiia
T. S. enl,, Vl I'rrs.
.lint. II, larrUlu,('it(tltlr
A. I.. I'iin ll, A'-l. dJilcr.
Capital, $30,000; Surplus, 25,000
DN1UMIM.II ISIOI'II $:if.viu
STOCKHOLDERS KiDiViDllLLl JI4BLB
,We Lend Money InSinns foSuil the PeopFe
tttr I'Z MmitliM a i?r tent. tr iiniuM.
1 ir 0 Month1 4 pur rent. tvr aiiiuiiu
I'tir -ft MnutliH 3 ner euU Hr uanuJWss
old, tarsalssa sm3 smlck enra fls
Superior to Castor Oil.
CMldren cry for Castorfau HU-
I "I rermmneai Cnttoris, tor thltcrrsn's
I known to me." IL A AstniR. M.D..
I tli ho. Oxford 8., Brooklyn.KT.
Ccvnua Cowsxy, " Hurray St, New York.
F.iua Jf aud red Thousand Pound
on, in w, wmi ii m n root
Send us Your Chickens, Butler and Egg?.
Highest Market Pricftt
PIPES I MAVEN,
n. Ik. I s,
INDIANAI,0ll, I tip,
fries. $1,8 00 jk Factorr,
, vasaiwltn Ordi I a I
" w Ail
Stllctt Tivt V1aSi Vsrntniad.
.'H.I Ati.n,l'i rot.' '
totvlniHalAtm. , JPtsrWDj; Ealsnc
J TiinJ. lty IJliDne. flcmw4 fTJlwr.
i i , rixitu Urtuanj iit All v.un
If you hive made up your mind to buy
Hood's SimparllU do not be induced to tale
any other. A Boston Hdy, whose example Is
wotthy Imitation, tells her experience below
" In one store where I went to buy Hood's
Sirsaparllti the clerk tried to Induce me buy
their own Instead of Hood's; he told me thelr's
would last longer! that I might take It on ten
days' trial; that If 1 did not like It I need not
pay an)lhlng, etc. But he could not piev.il
on me to change. I told him I had taken
Hood's Harsaparllla, knew what It was, was
satisfied wlllt It, and did not want any other
When I began taking Hood's BarsaparllK
I was feeling real miserable with dyipepsh,
and so weak that at times t could hardly
stand. I looked like a person In consnmii.
tlon. Hood's Sarsapirllla did mo so nmcb
good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frcquentlyspeakotlt." JIna.
Ella A. Oorr, ct Terraco Street, Boston.
Sold by all ilrtiRgl.U. 1 1 six for S3, rrensred ontr
by C, I. HOOD & CO , Apothecaries, Low.ll, Mass,
IOO Doses One Dollar
x 7 l i
, ix You CAtrt Wi oiiroK bale bt your uszcsAnt , warrr
KENTX' XGON MFG. CO., LOUISVILLE, KY.
I I N peosrsl Bouthr.n. AsjsnU. " '