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Our lino includes all the Intost novelties in
Serges, Coverts, Golf lMnids, Blnck Silk and
Mohair, Mixed Grcpuns, Venetian Cloth, Broadcloths.
Prices on above from 20c to $1.50 per yard. Nbno
of these are stock clean, fresh goods, in
tho LATEST WEAVES.
On Suminor Wash Goods. Now is your chance.
Cost ignored these Goods must move. Choice now
of any of our 15c, l.Ho and I20o Organdies and Dimities,
Olio lot Lawns now 23c tho very thing for HOT
Olio lot Wack Henrietta Skirts, worth 2; now 1.00.
Ono Iol Navy IHiks sumo quality, 1.(59.
One lot all-wool Black Skirts, worth 2.50; now 1 .08.
One lot all-wool Green and .Brown Skirls, worth
2.50; now 1.08.
Wo can please you in stylo and quality; workmanship
Enliro line of School Shoes now in stock, including
our Priesmoyer Shoes, which arc tho best made.
Farmers having largo families to shoe, should come
to us. Our stock is the biggest our PRICKS the
lowest prices on Domestic, Bleach, Shirtings,
Print, Table Linens, Oil Cloths, Canton Flannels,
Flannels, etc. Get our prices.
1 TJbLe Place isss j!
jttimfotd WkWij getiiW.
Use Iolbiieaht'sBwanb Down.
Arizona etovo rcpaira nt Grlflln'fl.
Mr. JamcH L. Itowu has returned
homo from Leitchfield.
Jndeo It. It. WoddluR is in Grayson
county ou legal business.
Mr, John I. Felix, living flvo miles
cast of Hartford, in quite ill.
Go to Wcaterfield k Miller's for fresh
meats, lard, bacon, chickens and turkeys.
Messengor ono year for only
For a quick and easy ride to or from
Heaver Dam, patronize Fields' 'bos
Fob Sals on Kent Residence in
Hartford, AddrcsaDr. L.B.
J. M. Hollow, Iloeioe; and J. Ii.
Miller, Adaburub, called to see ua
Schicoter'a Floating Btadio is now at
Oalboon and will roturn to Hartford,
December 1st. tf
Mr. and Mrs. B, D. Ringo are tbo
bappy parents of a baby boy, born last
Mr. A. Mattbowa bas presontcd Tub
IIkiuld with a enrioas mineral specimen
from bis coal mine.
You cannot afford to bo without Life
Insurance. The United States Life is
tbe best, safest and cheapest.
Mrs. G. B. Likens, who bad been tbo
of Mrs. J. H. Likens for several
days, retnrned borne Monday.
Dr. Isaac Foster bas sold bis residences
property in North Hartford to Dr. S.
J. Wedding. Consideration, $2,000.
Tbo town trustees have groatly improved
tbo northern end of Market
street, leading down to the iron bridge.
A terrific bail storm fell in tbe eastern
part of the county Snnday afternoon,
doing much damage to growing
Mrs. Manda Kortz and son, Master
Willie, of EvAnBvillc,wliO have been tho
guests of Mrs. Nancy King, rotarnod
I Don't Stop j
I taking Scott's Emulsion fee- J
cause ifs warm weather 1
I Keep taking it until you are 1
1 cured. I
It will heal your lungs ana 1
L give you rich blood in sum- I
I mer as in winter Ifs cod V
W liver oil made easy I
50c, and $1. AUdruuIits I
Wt i w
Use IoxkiieartViHwanh Down.
Arizona Cooking Stovcp, tho beet on
the market, at W. H. Gritty.
Mies Bernico Milter, dunghtor of
Judgo J. P. Miller, is quito sick at Dr.
Taylor's, Cromwell, where she bad
gono on a visit
Mrs. F. L. Felix and children, who
have been tho guests of relatives at
McIIcnry .for tho past week, rotarnod
Mrs. Martha Ward, ot tho No Creek
neighborhood, and Miss Aunio Smith,
of Falls of Rongb, gave ua a pleasant
call latit Thursday.
Air. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop loft last
Sunday for Washington, where Mr.
Bishop goes to sec about bio
iu tho army.
When needing anything in tbo livery
stable line, natronize Field k Son.
Stock well cared for and tha best con
veyance on Bbort notice.
Mrs. W. H. Moore, aotf Mrs. Dr. E.
W. Ford and littlodaaghtor Nancy, who
bavo been tbe guests of relatives at
Fordsvillo, returned homo Friday.
Mrs. M. J. Davenport, who bas boon
visiting friends and relatives near Rock-port
for tbo past three weeks, has
to her homo in Central City.
Mr. O. J. Rboads, of Magan,bas purchased
tbe well known Williams f
store property, and will open np a
mercantile business in same at an early
We.will send Tun Uaiitfoiid Hkhald
and tbo Owensboro Messenger
from now until tho close- of tl)0
campaign, November 7, for only SO
Mr. R. T. Collins will leave tho first
of next week for Cincinnati and other
eastern markets, to pnrcbaso a new fall
stock of dry goods for bis popular
Tho Populists of Ohio county will
hold a mass convention at tho oonrt
boaso in Hartford on the first Monday
in September, to nominate a candidate
for tbe Legislature.
W. H. Griffin carries a fnll lino of
Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, Castings,
Ilorso Shoes, Nail?, and Cooking Utensils.
Everything now prices low. Call
Messrs. A. W. Bennett' and II. W.
Barnardi of Smallhonse, leave to-morrow
for Georgetown, Kentucky, whoro
tbey go to attend tho Qeorgotown
for tbo next scholattfo year.
Quito a crowd of Hartford oitlzons
will attend the Qrcen River Valley Improvement
Association wblob moots at
Livcrmoro to-morrow. Tbo different
transportation linen will give reduced
Joseph Potty, Barretts Ferry; Mrs.
J. W. Tnrloy, Meno, T,; P. M.
Wyatt, Hartford; S. II. Rifoy, Bnford;
T, B. Ambrose, Westerned; M. L.
Morcor,AetnavilIe; W. h Hayes,Spring
Liok;bave lately placed Tn Ubbald
under obligations to them.
Usn IoLitnKABT'fl Bwanb Down.
Mr.lO. B, B. Felix, agent for Clem
Rcitz Hqhb' Co., EvacivilW, was in town
Mr. T. M. Tuylor huB accepted a position
as saleman In tbo drug ntoro of Z,
Wayno GriOln k Bro.
Mr. Luther Ohlnn, of Beaver Dam,
left Monday for Los Angler, Cat,, for
tho benefit of his health.
Hon. O. J. Pratt, Republican
for Attorney General, will speak in
Hartford on Saturday, tho 0th of September.
Mr. Henry Weinsheimcr, who has
been quite sick for tho past
week or two with appondioltls, is improving.
Tho colored folks aro conducting a
very interesting camp-mooting on Dog
street. It is boing largely attended by
both whites and blacks.
Tbo Knights of Fytbias will entertain
at tho Fair Ground next Saturday. A
splondtf men a bas been arranged, and
an enjoyable tlmo is anticipated.
Sam Bach, tbo Red Front merchant,
will leave next Sunday for the wholesale
markots to purchase fall and winter
goods. His mother and sisters will
leavo Friday for Louisville, to visit
Mr. G. B. Likens bas sold bis interest
In tho livery business of Likens k Ross
to Mr. John G. Kcowo, who recently
retnrned from tbe army. Mr. Likens
has been appointed as an onnmerator
in this district to aid in taking tho
Twelfth Census. -
Tho Illinois Central will give a one
on acconnt of the Fifth Annual
Trotting Meeting of tho Louisville
Driving and Fair Association which occurs
in tho abovo named city, September
25 to October 1, 1899.
The following parties bavo been licensed
to marry within tho past week;
Joel Johnson and Mlttio Bowman. E,
G. Barrass and Matmco L. Mitchell.
Joseph L. Babbitt and Lara B. Wester-field.
Irvin Hardin and Ella Taylor.
Joseph L. Arnold and Laura A. Miller.
V. M. Taylor and Lizzie H. Bennett.
Hartford will soon bavo water worko.
Messrs. J. W. Ford and H. P. Taylor
bavo purchased a largo steel water stand,
80 feet high and8ftetindiameter,whlch
will bo erected npon a pedestal about
15 feet high. This water stand will be
put up near Ford k Taylor's sawmillton
Rongb river. Pipe lines wilt bo laid all
ovor town which will afford ample
water supply for all purposes.
Died at his residence at Beaver Dam
last Thursday, of typhoid fever,
Geo. M. Plummcr. Funeral services
conducted by Rev. Brown, after which
bis remains were interred in tbo family
burying grounds near Old Hickory
church. Burial services were conduct-ed
by the Masonio fraternity of which
ho was an honored member. Ho leaves
a wifo and one child and a hostof friends
to mourn his death.
Hartford lodge No. G75 F. k A. M.
at their last stated meeting decided to
entertain tho members and families of
their order and in acoordanco with tbo
program a most enjoyable barbecued
dinner was spread at Holbrook's grove
on tho north side of 'Kongo, rivor last
Saturday. Tho good ladies furnished
the delicacies, while tbe moats were prepared
and cooked by Messrs. James
Sullengor, W. H. Mooro and G. W.
Buogcr, than whom tbero are no better
Mr. Odcar Bishop and Miss Mabel
Hooker wero quietly married in
last Thursday and returned homo
next day. The couple bad long been
sweethearts and consequently their
marriago was no occasion for great surprise
to their friends. Mr. Bishop
served very creditably la tbe war between
Spain and the United States and
has lately been appointed as First Lieutenant
in the Volnnteer army. Miss
Hooker Is tho eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Hooker, of Hartford,
and is a winsome httie lass. The Heb-alp
joins with their host of friends in
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowo have tho
sympathy of tho whole community in
the death of their little baby girl, Lub-bio,
whlob occurred at Leitchfield last
Wednesday. Tho little one bad been
ailing for quite awhile and tho parents
had takon hertovisitcIatives
in hope of benefiting ber health.
Consumption of tbe bowels was tbe
disease that carried the little one off.
Lnbbie was a bright little child and just
arrived at that age when ber pure affec
tions had become tenderly entwined into
those of its doting parents. May
tho sorrowing parents get oomfort from
tho fact their sweet budding flower has
only been transplanted to a fairer, sunnier
clime, and, in company with a
baby brother, awaits their coming.
The Fairl The Fairl
Don't forgot tho date. Sept.
28, 29, and 30. Come and
bring all of your kin.
Death by Lightning,
Tbreo persons wero klllod by lightning
in Daviess connty last Friday, two
near Beech Grovo and one at Ellendale.
The Messenger says all wore at work in
tbo tobacco field.
Joseph MoDanfel,a well known farmer,
residing near Beeoh ;Grove, and bis
eight-year-old son, Isaac, were two of
tbe victims and their death was most
peculiar. They were at work in tbe tobacco
field, when atbunderatorm came
np. They did not retnrn to the bouse,
and not returning to supper at tbe usual
timo, Mrs. MoDanicl sent some one
ont to tbe field for thorn. They wero
both stone dead. A dark spot on, Mo-Daniel's
breatt sbowod where the fatal
eleotrio fluid had entered his body. His
clothing was burnt and torn for several
inches about the spot, Tbo bolt entered
the boy's stomach. His clothing
was also burned. Mr. MoDaniel and
tbo boy were ten or twelve feet apart
and some distance away from a tobacco
barn, in tbe open field. Tbo barn was
MoDaniel was about fifty years old
and was popular and well known in the
community, His widow was formerly I
uf. ! ,Vtud . Uiu!4
Mrs. Head, tbo dangbtor of Ieaao Lindsay,
a well known citizen of the
There was a considerable olectrio
storm in and around Beeoh Grovo and
soveral trees wero (truck. One tree
was shattored in Beeeb Grove and at
a sawmill near town a tree was struck
and a team of horses near it were
Jim Shlvely, a colored farmer of Ellendale,
was killed by lightning Wednesday
afternoon, and another negro
with him was stunned and recovered
only after several hoars. Tbe name of
tho other negro was not learned. V
Shivoly and tho other negro had been
at work in tbe tobacco field. A shower
camo up and they started for the boaso.
When within a hundred yards of tbo
bouso there was a bolt of lightning.
Shivoly was instantly killed. The other
negro was stunned, but managed to
stagger to tho bouso. Ho could not tell
whero Shively wa and sank into an
unconscious state. Search was made
for Shively and ho was found dead at
tbe point stated.
Congressman from tho Second
District, will speak at tho
court house in Hartford next
Monday, Sept. 4, on tho
issues of the .day. Don't
fail to hear him.
(Special to Tira Herald.
Aug. 28. Some of tho farmers bavo
begnn plowing for wheat Inthissection.
Mr. Lawrence Batze, who Is teaching
school in Butler county, visited bis
parents at this place Saturday and
Several of the farmers of this vicinity
are abont through cutting tobacco.
Quite a number of the citizens of our
town attended tbe entertainment at
Oromwell Saturday night.
The shingle maohlne at this place is
now running iu full capacity and is doing
The brass band of this place took its
first outing trip Saturday, being called
upon to furnish muslo for the Batch-elder
entertainment at Cromwell." Tbe
band acquitted itself creditably, which
fact is due to Prof. A. G. Cox's efficient
Mr. J. E. Davidson, of (Hartford, was
in town last Saturday on legal business.
Ho was accompanied by bis wife.
Mrs. Malissa James is Tory low at
this writing and ber recovery is regard
ed as very doubtful.
TO Mr FUIBNDS AMD TATBONS: I have
sold my interest in the livery business
to Capt. John Q. Koown, who in con
nection with Mr. J, W. Boss, will
the business at tbe same places.
All parties indebted to the firm o) Likens
k Boss will please call and settle.
I am very grateful to you for tbo patronage
you have given us and ask you
to continue same with the firm of Ross
k Koown. With .assurance of courteous
treatment and fair dealing by these
gentlemen, I am very trnly,
O. B. Likens.
SANDERFER'S CROSSING, KY.
Specitlto Tub Hbrald.J
Aug. 23. Mr. Lon Black bas finished
cutting tobacco. The tobacco crop is
very good in this seotion,but tho worms
seem to bavo their share.
Mr. Leslie Leacb, who is clerking in
MoHenry Coal Cos store, was homo last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. L. T. Barnard is hauling sawlogs
for Mr. Biobard lioss.
Mrs. John Cbinn, who bas been in
bad health for some time, is no better.
The many friends of Mr. Geo.
will be sorry to bear of bis death,
which occurred at Beaver Dam last
Thursday, August 24. His remains
were interred at the Old Brick House
burying gronnd in tbe 'prosonce of a
large crowd of sorrowing friends. -Hot.
Brown conducted the burial services.
Ho leaves a wife and ono child to mourn
Health for ten cents. Cascarets make
tbo bowels and kidneys act naturally,
destroy microbes, euro
and constipation. All druggists, tf
fSpecltl to Tub Hebald.
Aug. 28. Crops are splendid in this
section, especially corn. Tbe tobacco
worm pest will soon be ended, as most
farmers are cutting and bousing their
A refreshing rain fell here yesterday
which did great good to late crops.
The Qreen Biver Association convened
at NewZion, this community, on
Friday, Satnrday and Sunday last. Ow.
ing to tbo busy time with tbe farmers it
was not so largely attended as was
Tbe association will meet at
Big Springs, this county, next year on
Friday before tbe fourth Sunday in
Bev. J. T. Taylor filled his regular
appointment at tho Baptist church here
Saturday, the 10th Inst., but on account
ot .siokness failed to fill bis
Last Tuesday, Nemer Miller.yonngest
son of Esq. Jas. Miller, caught tbe second
finger of his right hand in tbe cogwheel
of a older mill, crushing it very
Mr. Will Wallace and sister, Miss
Lnla, of Fords ville, spent last Saturday
and Sunday the guests of Mr. Thomas
Mr. Ferdinand Taylor and sister,Miss
Malissa, were the guests of Misses Lula
and Mary Miller Sunday.
Mr. Thomas Wedding has just completed
a commodious tobacco barn in
which he is bousing a fine crop of tho
The pound-supper given by Misses
AnnaHiokey and Luoinda Morgan at
tbo residence of Mr. Thomas Hlokey
was much enjoyed by all who attended.
Tbe large yard was brilliantly lighted
with lanterns and post-lamps. Many
oomfortable seats wore plaoed near beds
of beautiful flowers. Tbo doors and
windows of tbe residenoe were thrown
open and tbe handsome and attractive .
rooms were beautifully and artistically
decked with flowers and vines, showing
the rare touch and taste of tbe fair sex.
As, the many guests arrived they wero
welcomed and ushered in by those two
charming young ladlop, Misses Hlokey
and Morgan, who aro well accomplished
in the art of entertaining. As tho
evening was quite warm, tbe yard
seemed to be preferable for all except
thoso engaged in gaming. Tho largo
yard was quito alive with guests. Never
was a party moro highly enjoyed
hero. Indeed it seemed to be tho star
party of tho summer, as every one present
scorned to throw his whole soul into
tho enjoyment of tbe occasion. At
ton o'clock tho guests wero paired off
and ushered to tho side yard,where wa
spread a largo table,groaning 'neath the
weight of refreshments interspersed with
many beautiful flowers. Amid strains
of muslo and sounds of laughter all
partook of lemonade, cake, nuts, fruit
and candles. After which they returned
to tbo front yard and many a lover
usher his sweetheart to a Boat whero
thoy might breatho the odor of the
sweetest flowers and chat about tbo
bright days of the future Among those
present wero: Misses Maggie Moseloy,
Owensboro; Lula Wallace, Fordsvillo;
Laura Moseley, Low Wardjnez Greer,
Ada Greer and Martha Ford, Wester-field;
Hester Ambrose, Kosetla Wade,
Flora and Eva Taylor, Lula and Mary
Miller, neighborhood; Messrs. Bart-
lettand George Williams.Pbilpot; Will
Wallace, Fordsvillo; Oames and Wm.
Tanner, No Creek; Claude Benf row and
A.O.Acton, Dundee; Lee Miller and
Wm. Taul, Magan; Oscar Taylor, Cbas.
Westerfleld, Grnb Ford, Frond
and Ira Mosely, Westerfleld; Ura
and Ira Howard, Noel Moseley, Scott
Ambrose and Honda Miller, neighborhood,
and many others. Tbe evening
was short enough and all were sorry
when tho hour of parting camo. All
left with many words of praise to Misses
Hfckey and Morgan for their graoious
hospitality and feeling that it was well
to be there.
Tbe bail which fell here yesterday
afternoon did great damage to tobacco
Why be bothered with this annoying
complaint when Banner Salve will cure
yon. 25o. J. n. Williams, Hartford;
S. L. Mitchell k Bro., Beaver Dam; M.
S. Kagland, Rosine. m
PLEASANT RIDGE, KY.
(Special to The Herald.
Aug. 8. Tobacco worms are very
bad in this neighborhood, keeping the
farmers very busily engaged.
School will begin at this place soon,
to be taught by Profs. O. M. Crowe
and Alney Tanner.
Mr. O. M. Bice gave us a pleasant
call Monday and Tuesday.
Born, to tho wifo of Mr. A.J. Bell
Wednesday, August 24th, a fine girl.
Mr. Herbert Cox, of this place, will
begin his school at Holbrook school
MrsT. P. Ralph, of this plsce, who
has been sick for tbe past few weeks, is
Mrs. Susio Hudson is on the sick list.
Mr. F. B. Bell and wifo made a firing
trip to Owensboro Tuesday.
A party was given by Mr. Birt Skill-man
last Wednesday night in honor of
Misses Woarner and Sanderfur,ot
Miss Tina Yeisor, of Hartford, and
Mr. Hewlett Johnson, of Union Grovo,
aro visiting relatives at this phco.
Mr. Guy Jones, ot Fordaville, ia visiting
Miss Bettie Hewlett gavo a Sunday
school pionio to her class Saturday
afternoon. They played croquet and
ice cream was served. They report a
Tbo party given by Miss Lona Cox
Saturday night, August 20 tb, was quite
a success. Tbe orowd was most admirably
entertained by Misses Lena
and Allie Fieldeo, Pearl Holbrook and
Mr. Will Bell. Those present from a
a distance were: Misses Vena Crowe,
Maxwell; Juliett-Thomas and Miss
Miller, and A. 0. Taylor, Hartford; Mr,
Fuqna, vOwensboro; Messrs. Glint
Turner, Maxwell; Hewlett Johnson,
W. F. Goolsby, Alcood, Tonn.,
writes: Have used Dr. M, A, Simmons
Liver Medicine 10 years for Costiveness.
Bad Dreams, Low Spirit, etc , and
find it far superior to tho Zellin's Regulator
I have used. m
Tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county mot
in Hartford last Wednesday to consider
a proposition to build two bridges, one
on the levee north of Hartford and one
on 13 a met ts creek, ou the Owensboro
road. ICommissioners wero appointed
to receive faealod bids for the construction
of same, whleh will be opened and
considered in tbe office of Judge J. P.
Miller, in 'Hartford, on September 0,
ItiO'J. Specifications given on application,
and the right reserved to reject
any or all bids. J. P. Miller, )
W. A. Rone, Com.
B. F. Graves. )
Everything; was Free.
Cadi i KtcorJ.l
"Yes," sale a Brown delegate after returning
from Lexington, uIbave nothing
to conceal. Oar faro was paid all
tbe way from Cadiz Tb Lexington and
back. Our bill of expon.se inolnded
back fare, railroad faro, hotel accommodations,
and, in not a few instance'?,
cigars, tobacco, beer, and champagne. H
This is what caught somo ot tbe 2,000
"delegates" that went to tbe Brown
convention. It is no wonder that there
were 2,000 purifioatidnists "on band'
when it is considered that tho railroad
monopolies for two woeks before the
burlesque convention was to bo held,
had their minions out In tbe woods
whooping np the ''honest farmers."
Tettor. Eczema and Skin Diseases
yield quickly to the marvelous healing
qualities of Banner Halve made from a
prescription of a skin specialist of world
wide fame. 25c. J. H. Williams, Hartford;
B. L. Mitchell k Bro., Beaver
Dam; M. S. Ragland, Rosine. m
- m -
L. & N. Man Paid the Bill.
Bowling Grkek, Kv., Aug. 20. Jas.
H. Webb, proprietor of the Ransober
House here, stated this afternoon in the
presence of Dr. J, N. MoOormaok and
a number of other reputable gentlemen,
that he fed 250 men to-day and that be
was paid $125 for it by a represetative
of tbe Louisville and Nashville Railroad
THE LATEST NEWS,
Admiral Dewey cables that bo will arrive
at Now York Thursday, September
28, instead of Friday, September 29.
Mrs. Joseph Sohneidor, ot Bowling
Green, Ky., died of blood-poisoning,
caused by tbo bite of a "kissing" bug.
At Tilo, Iod,, Charles Wallersmith, a
farmer, was married to bis wife for tbe
ninth timo. Thoy havo been divorced
Tho Democrats of Butler county met
in convention at .Morgantown Monday
and nominated Noah P. Phelps for
A Galveston paper says tbe corn crop
in Texas is tho largest in the State's
history. The cotton yield will be out
short by drouth.
Congressman J. W. Bailey, of Texas,
has offered his services to the Demo
emtio Campaign Committee for a wook
of speech-making in Kentucky.
A dry goods corporation, with capital
of $50,000,000, is being organized in
New York. It is proposed to control
from COO to 2,000 stores in various parts
of tho country.
Gov. Bradley has appointed Dr. Sam
E. Jonep, of Frankfort, a Commissioner
of tho Institute, to sue
coed Dr. James R. Ely, resigned. Tbo
new appointee Is a Democrat.
Miss Rosa Jenkins, of Louisville, and
Daniel Langsford, both of whom were
visiting near Boston, Ky., were drown
ed Sunday night while trying to cross
Beech Fork rivor at Cox's ford, in a
The Demoorats of Breckinridge county
met Monday at Hardinsbure and
nominated J. A. Barry for Representative
and adopted resolutions denouncing
tho L. and N. newspapers and indorsing
tbe State ticket.
Fulton bas bad two lynobings this
summer, and will have a third perhaps
if Matthew McFall, a negro who attempted
criminal assault on tho fourteen-year-old
daughter of a prominent
citizen, is caught. A reward of $50 is
offered for blm.
In Morgan county two merobante,
Caudle Bros., aro to mnoh alike that
thoy can hardly be distinguished apart.
They married twin Bisters. Now each
has twin children who resemble each
other so much that the families have
great difficulty keeping their babies
from getting mixed.
John Mabon and Isaac Jefierieres are
still at work on their gold mine near
Salem, Livingston eounty. They have
sunk a shaft to the depth ot forty-seven
feet and are now drifting with the lead.
So far tbe ore has assayed $3 jcr ton.
Mr. Mabon stated, however, that valuable
nuggets were being found. Considerable
silver is being unearthed.
Star and fire clay likewise exist in the
Forty-seven oounties in Kentuoky
have had more or less smallpox within
tbe past eighteen months, and Dr.
regards the situation as very
serious. He says that unless there be
general vaccination all over tbo State,
and all necessary sanitary precautions
taken at once, that when cold weather
comes the disease will spread rapidly
to all parts of Kentucky.
The Best Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Mathias,a well known stock
dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: "After
offering for over a week with flax, and
my physician having failed to relieve
rue. I was advired to try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
and have the pleasure pf stating that
the half of ono bottle cured me." For
sale by Z. Wayno Griffin k Bro., drug,
gists, Hartford, Ky. m
The Owensboro and Calhoon
Railway company filed articles
of Incorporation with the eounty Clerk
Wednesday afternoon, and now tbe
promoters of the eleotrio railroad say
tbe enterprise is a sure go, says the
Tbe incorporators of the company are
J. D. Fredd, J. W. Carter, J, T. Griffith,
J. H. Hlokman, W. S. Morrison, J.
Q. Haynes and J. A. Head. These are
named as the first board of directors,
with J. H. Hickman as president; J. D.
Fredd, vice president and general manager;
J. W Carter, seorotary; J. T.
Griffith, treasurer, and W. S. Morrison,
The articles are drawn under the
general law Kentuoky governing
railroads and the corporation is to exist
for ninety-nine years. The capital
stock is placed at $350,000, in shares of
8100 eaob, of whiob tbe following shares
aro subscribed and paid in as required
by tbo law: J. D. Fredd, twenty-one
shares; J. T. Griffith, J. H. Hiokman,
W. S. Morrison, J. Q. Haynes, five
shares eaob; J. A, Head, three shares,
making a total of sixty shares. The
company is authorized to inour an indebtedness
not exceeding $ 025,000 and
may issue bonds as follows: 100 bonds
of $250 eaob; 100 bonds of $500 eaob; 550
bonds of $1,000 each.
Col. Fredd, who has been promoting
tho enterprise, bas annonnoed that the
financial arrangements for the company
have beon closed and that the road would
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A Good Farm for Sale.
Having moved to Livermore, Ky., I
desire to soil my farm, situated on
Rough river, 4 miles below Hartford,
Ohio oounty, Ky, This farm contains
183 acres of fine high bottom land, suitable
for all kind of crops. Tbe farm
has good improvements two fine barns
and all necessary out-buildings. Suitable
for two farms. Will sell half or
all of it. For terms addresf,
34U T. M. Mouton,
Subscribe for The
HERALD $1.00 y'r.
Two Grand Rallies in Ohio County
Prof. B. L. Lookwood, of Indiana,
one of tbe best stump speakers
on tho Prohibition platform, will
address tbe people of Ohio oounty at
Hartford, September 5, at 1 and 8 p. m.,
and Beaver Dam Soptember G at 1 and 8
p. m. You cannot afford to miss this
grand treat of oratory. Both ladies and
gcntlomon are invited,
Gleaning Out the Surplus.
This week begins the last period of price-slaughtering,
with a view of closing out all the
odds and ends before the arrival of new goods.
Cost price no object, when we want to sell.
Space forbids us from enumerating our numerous
bargains, but, as an example, !we
quote you a few articles from our stock:
Staple Dry Goods.
Good Calicoes from 3o to Co per yard.
Eztra heavy Drilling, worth 10c, per
yard, goes at 6c. Big line of Apron
and Dress Ginphamp, worth Co, 7c, 8o
and 10c, go at Co per yard. Bleach Got
ton, from 4o to ICo per yard, worth any
whero from lo to 2o moro on tho yard.
Wo bavo also a smalt lino of Wash
Goods left, which wo will dose out at
less than cost, so if you need anything
in this line, now is yonr chanoe for a
Ladies Black Hose Co per pair, or six
pair for SCo. Ono lot of Ladies' Black
Hoee 15c per pair or two pair for 2Co
actual value SOo per pair. Ladies' Bibbed
Vest Co, or six for 2Cc. Ladies' and
Gents' Belts 20o to 40o; worth SCoand
75o. Gentlemen's Balbriggan Shirts
18o; worth 35c, Better grade for 25c;
worth twioe tho money. '
Shoes and Slippers.
Look at these figures I Hero id where
wo aro going to save some money. La-dies'
Black Slippers 40o considered a
bargain at 75c. Regular $1 Slipper go
in this sale at COo. One lot of Children's
Slippers, sizes 3's to 5s, worth 80c, go
at 40o. One lot of Children's Slippers,
in Black or Tan actnal value 81 CO at
COo. One lot; sizes 8's to 12V, would be
a big bargain a $1.23, will have to go
at $1 per pair. We carry a big assort
mont of Men's Fine Shoes in Black or
Tan from 81 to $3.50 per pair. Don't
fall to call on us whon you want a pair
of Fine Shoes. You will always find tho
prices at the bottom. Iu men's heavy
Shoes, wo can give you most anything
yon want from 81 to 8K50 per pair.
If you are not prepared for this sale, prepare
yourself at once and fall jn line, and get some
of these great bargains we are offering.
J. 1 FOGLE I & - Bitttri Ky.
The Red Front Merchant,
Keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of tho
Newest Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carp'ets, Notions,
and find that by selling tho same goods lower than other
merchants, lie is building up a good trade. He also carries
an elegant lino of Ghinawaro which ho sells at tho same low
prices as his other goods. He has a few lines of Summer
Goods left suitable for Fall upon which you can just set
your own price and take them, to got them out of tho way.
You will surely save money by trading witli Sam Bach.
DON'T FORGET THE PLAGE :
Special to Tub Hkrald.
Ang. 23. Mrs, Mary Gillespie, who
bas been aiok for tbe last 18 months, ia
Mre.Nancy Wright and daughter, Mrs.
Bosa Banob, of Hardin county,
home last Saturday. They have
been visiting tbe family of S. A. Gillespie.
Mr. 8. MoHibley, of Indiana, is visiting
the family of Bam Boyal.
Farmers aro busy catting their tobacco
crops. Tbe crop in tbo bills is a
good average crop.
Tbe school at this place is being
taught by Mr. Alva Johnson, and we
have a good school.
Mr. J. L. Wallace is on-the-
Mr. Vernon Gillespie is going to run
tbe Westerfleld ooal bank this season.
Mr. Henry Medcalfe bas about got
bis new tobacco barn done, which is tbe
largest around here.
Well, I want to know where Brown is
going to get bts votet? I do not know
of a Brown man in our oountry.
To keep young keep well, keep tbe
Vaa AAtm thn hnriv rndilv and veil
fed, and with Dr. M. A, Simmons Liver
Mediolne regulate tne utomacu ana
Bowels. , m
No Room for the Old Bird.
trrls Newt. I
When all tbe Goebel speakers, the
Brown speakers, tho Taylor speakers,
tbo Populist speakers and the Prohibition
speakers get ont on the raging
stumps in Kentuoky, there won't be a
vacant perch left for tbe woodoook to
pause and listen for a moment.
IIKNIIY KOEULEII& COMPANY,
LumUr Detlert, ofKouUvllle, Ky., Intlte correspondence
with Mill men who have lumber
for sale. They buy Poplar, and Hardwoods
In mixed can, Dry or Grrin, Write them.
List of Letters
Remaining in the at Hartford,
Ky., which if not called for in SO
days will bo sent to tho Dead Letter
Office at Washington, D. O.:
Mlta Mammy Drug Ion. Mr. Thoraai Brown.
BUI Kiel!. -Ben Combs,
Marahall Ford, Charlie Koblnson,
Persona calling for any of tho abovo
letters will please say that they saw them
advertised. Woodbury Tinblkt, P.M.
A few moro pairs of Boy's kneo Pants
left, worth 35o, go at 20c per pair. Ono
lot Boy's Suite, (kneo pants) worth 31,
go in this sale- at COo. Fifteen Boy's
Bo its, (knee pants) big bargain at 81.75.
go iu this sale at $1.25. Ono lot of Boy's
SniU, regular $3.50 and 84.00 good?, go
at $2.50. Onr lino of Men's Clothing
la right up-to-date and prices away
down. $2.50 will buy n suit worth 84.
Wo also have a fow nico Suits, regular
810.00 good?, must go at $5.00. Also a
few odd coats and vest?, to cloeo out at
Hats and Caps.
There is no bettor line in
than wo carry. Havo a fow men's
and boy's Straw Hats left, worth any
where from 25o to 35c, go In this gbIo at
15c. Nice Wool Hats, worth COo, go in
this sale at 25o. Also a small line of
men's Linen Hatf, to close out at one
half price. Ono lot of Men'd and Boy's
Summer Gaps, go in this sale at less
than one-half thoir actual value. If you
need a Hat or Gap, here is the place to
Jnst received a new supply of Breech-loading
Ammunition, ko. Givo us a call for
t Hunter's supplies.
CAKSON 11HOS., - Ilurtrorit, Ky.
Spendid General Tonic.
If "run-down," "played-out" Just
what yon need. Promises healthy op.
petite, strengthens. You will feel better
after second doso. Try it.
! BETTER THAN QUININE, beoause
it REGULATES LIVER AND BOW-
ELS, INVIGORATES THE WHOLE
SYSTEM. It will do tho work no af.
I ter depression, no ear buzziotr or deafness.
CERTAIN enro for CHILLS and
1 All drmrgiats don't accept any substitute.
SOo and 81 bottle.
j fFor salq by
.A.. ZEL PATE,
Watoh, Clock and Jewelry Repair
tag done in order
OPFICH NKXT DOOR TO RKD FRONT.
lW.G. Hard wick
Hartford, Ky., for
Of all kinds-Fire, Accident, Life
and lie alt h. Befit companies Ab
solute protection. Olllco iu tho
Ohio County Bank,