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Xti,'fMm E I'olk WV?!! ou am How Jutin l.oulorr Nnvcd IiIh I.lle Dramatle Iiicldcnta D.wn Nouth. If MM io Prlnltr.. Jolmmi John Lnwlnw. tho clown. in Uicbo four Wliat nmgic there fife" GOTT2.TVS' 33XJR.BCTO.IfX'. Circuit Court convene, the 4th Monday In May .11.1 Hove mber. - ........... I. Pkilti Judge..........'-- . N n-Ceinindnwe.ltli'a Attorney ...... .0 ll.rdwlck Clerk.... -- J I' Bwrtll Cumal.ituner...... fife 1) vr' Wi ......". ... mm JudH..... ." -T P K.rton W blirltl.... J.ll April, July link-- .. .....Hmii' HoIInk ............Bornylor I I'TOIMOn "...... Court conin the.l it Mondnjrln rch month Couit conffnn tin 3rd Monday nd Octobor. Court brglm I la Jinu.rr, nd Covut of Clolxxui. lainury. lie Ut Monday In Uclodrr t4 Vu iroi. Ci.avu.1. Jnatlca'a court, held In March, June. Htptfmlwr per Uatti oppoiila the imnien. r, (J W Turner, 3,4,4, 4, rcaTicaio K cottxvxb. . J.'MoKlnaley.l.a, (.B,WTrlgrcon.uUe. ( J Jekon.t4, j8Jtffn,H, le.U, U. (.TO NeUon con.UUe. 13,14,14. r.iMTiui. J (J Murr.t.. HrT, Kmi.i. Clumber., 3, t, I, t. W l';n. comt.Ue. , 7, 7. 1 Perry Bennett, 7, 0, 3. HT i(M D Render,con.UUe.3, 3. Taylor 81, ulkenon. 1'i. 11. II. WooJw.rd, II, II, II, (.UeoW How. constable. (VT nrMnAett. 1. 1. 1. 1. inr MAulry.ll, . f nyer, i", ., lillercon.uUe. lo,,. Pallce C'onrta. r m HiariDaa.- -J J Mitihell, Judge! H P 1lor, CioI?u!i-0 Daniel, Judge; J W Daniel, PeiMTiiti. J I. ItTldion,ud( Jaa A DollInK, M Hia'rr'oio-- ItHimaT. Klrkla Held, judge. Realm. fl U Croirdrr, julg.; inarilial. itunhil. A 11 Dalrd, Judg.i W P Thomaa, X Cltaer Vomutj emeen. .. 4uri.jor ....... Coroner........ ........ AtaeKr..ra...- UoolHucrlctewiehl.. ...Joe .....J c J 11 WII.O0 W I"arntt II ltogera W Bradley awMisaxo'O'o v7OIoIrss. third and M. K.CImrlioai4h.-8mc- ei at arthBimdaylneach month. Habliath-achoo- l "'clock erary Sunday morning. Her. K. h. Pala.Paitor. aecond Batur Baptist Tkair1s. Service, every Sunday day and Hunday. Sabtath-Mhomerainji at o'clock. Her. J. H. Celeman, l'aitor. firat and fourth C. P. Wmreh-flereic- e. at o'clock taaday In each month, galwth-x'hovary kunday morning. Her. U. II. McDonal Pa. erery 8un. (eol.)-SerTM. K. tlaBre h, at a. . daySnornlng and night. SaUath-achoRr.Chiu. Pylea, lator. flrt and Baptlat, (col.)-Serr- lce. Altthia itLirdXuiday - r ." at o'clock ni.mlacaod J.Heming Pastor. Her. J. i.. I1CTWEKN LOUISVILLE s and wmi MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars, KKOM AND.TO MVINVII.KafEXPUIM,VIOUNBVHa HTV K0OE.IHI4 HEW ORLEAKT, Via Memptila. The Quick and Deslrablo Route it . TO AND FBOM Xtw York l'Mindtlphla llalllrwore WMblngton Norfolk Old Point U;nilort ' Rlchmad HitOalo Clevalund Ti.leJo Chicago lndUrmpoUi ; Uinclanali uouiivme KBtVrntn ,' '."Aid "MtwpliU ' t!orthtorp point Vickiburg Ualort Ku J.' .'..-Tm.' Ntw Orlian. 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How they thrill tlm henrt nutl can-ju- ro uj a vision of n hluo sky full of clouii-whitcanvass,' under which is being' ncted a scene of vaulting acrobats, fnir-lik- e lady equestrain, Btripo zchnis, chattereating monkeys, while ing, pen-n- ut in the' center of tho arena stands n quaintly-dressefigure that of John Low low. Tho wagons have rolled into their winter quarters, and Joliu Lowlow for tho time being is living with his wife in a luxuriously furnished suite of apartments at 120 West Seventh Street, this city. A Post man dropped in to sec him through Kentucky this last summer, yesterday. During a conversation ho you will remember that a great feasaid: ture of tho performance was the spec"One of the most thrilling and viv tacle ol 'King Solomon.' One night ad incidents of my life occured in in Maysvilic, I went over among the Franklin, Tenn., shortly nfler the colored folks nud wns sitting down We were stoppiug at tho hotel war. listening to what they had to say in tho place. Just as sunset Gil about the show. They didn't quite Robinson was stopped on his way to understand the 'King Solomn' part of the grounds by two masked men, who closely.said: 'He's the program. One of them, evidentafter scanning hira ly not a close biblo reader, said: 'Say not tho fcllownnd realeascd him. I folks what am dat gwine on over dalif had just left tho hotel when sorao one A companion replied: 'Shet you cried: 'Every rat to his own hold'and raoufT, you rusty nigger, and doan' then followed two or three shots. In 'splay gour ignorance like dat. Dul's less timo than I can can tell it tlicio 'lustrnting dc burying oh old John were a hundred masked men gatherimmediately op- Robinson.'" ed in front of a store posite me. Bursting open the door, Lytton as Viceroy. thoy dragged out a poor wretch by I.N. V. 10.1. the narao ot Ilcarficld, and bringing It was in January, 1870, when I him over under the tree near me, be was stationed in the largo military gan mailing ready to hang hira. The cantonment of I'eihawar, on the Afmoon had risen, and in its pule light ghan frontier, within nine miles of tho the scene was grotesquely weird, and celebrated Khyber Pass, that tho to mo horribly fascinating. Never in news was telegraphed to Calcutta that all my bnru days have I heard a man Lord Lytton, the eminent poet and beg so for his life, l'alu as death, and novelist, had been appointed Viceroy tears streaming down his checks, he of Iudia. sank to his knees and lifting up his The news took every one by fiiir- hands, said: 'Gentlemen, if you kill prise, nnd it was a fruitful topic of mo, I have $90 in gold, and before 1 discussion ut every military mess-tnblgo let meeeiid it to my old of tho Peshawar garrison for days7 Toother in Nashville.' 'Damu you The appointment of Lord Mayo by and your gold' was the choroused anMr. Disraeli had been au equal surswer, and in a minute later, between prise, but ho was a statesman with n mo nud tho stars dangled n choking, record of administrative ability, and struggling, human being, whilo from in tho end he proved to be one, of tho out the shadows of surrounding build- most eminent of India's Governors. ing Hashed half a dozen revolver vol. But wliat was there in "Owen Mereleys that stilled the dead man's heart dith," the seutinientnl author of "Lu-cile- ," nud left his hotly swinging to and fro to Slight his nppointment to iu tho uight wind like the tongue of a tho princely position ot Viceroy aud tolling out a death knell. Governor General of Hindustan? "A very funny thing happened to Iu tho opinion of tho wisest of roe iu that same town of Franklin,the Indian sages, there was nothing Ol in tho political environments of Vienmorning after the hanging. course we circus peoplo were moro or na, Athens, nud Lisbon to give a less nervous over thc,affair. When I special training for the onerous duties came down to breakfast it must have of an East Indian Viceroy. Iudia has heeu folly a halNiour before 1 was becu tho cradle of administrators and waiied on. Opposite mc was a tall, not of stutemcu, and consequently; it ferociously looking naseemed an unfit position for one who tive with two big guns in his belt.eat-ing- . had enjoyed learned leisure nttho He looked at me so straight courts of Europe. Tho. civilians of that if his eyes had been gimlets they India to a'man had been traiued in would hare bored, holes through mo. that practical school of administra I was so timid from his scrutiny, that tion. audpolitiea controlled nnd guidI was afraid to fiud fault with the ed by John Lawrence for nearly a servants for not waiting on me. quarter of a century, and the appointWhen the big stranger finished, be ment of Lord Lytton to the imperial rose to his feet, whipped his two re- control of a vast patrouoge iu India volvers, dashed them on the table, was hnileawith serious misgivings, u and exclaimed: 'Where in the hell fact, with irritation aud chagrin, by are all the niggers jn this tavern? ine omciais oi tuo country. Tfaii.b the- - ott patient roaa thail The.greatCiv.il Service pf ever saw,. He' has been waiting 'an feour for hU nub and if he don't git composed as it is of men, of tb it in 10 seconds Til. blow the kiveV off est education and intellectual iiiain- of this shanty. Before those 10 sec- meats, is by no means 'a cprtukjjjjjmvc' onds we're tin there WMeuouvh break ophanta amitime-terfast around my plate jufwd ip'npon.. eq;ApriCl2,,l'o7C, Lr dBBBBBBBBBBBaKr- -' Of course, we Immediately became rived on the shores pf flrMMjBFwas .triAiwta and the TenneeaeaH greeted witfeeliugs nrBBBB trust ' J r V? 7 t .BBBB7 '."-I;V iithA nultfl a crmtlnmanlr . DitrtOV the' Maaaftara.of his?McoroVf 1r J?".. . 'XIBMS' ' Tiuii J. o novcrto-boTorR)ttcd gray-haireAnglo-long-hairewild-eved . -- (ido nnd in words loud enough for overyone under tho canvass to hear said: 'Mr. Lowlow, I owe you an apology before tlicfo people nnd I take this timo and placo to oflur it ns well to present you with the sumo knife which I drew on you 10 years ngn, which I luivo carried in my pocket unopened from that day to thisl' I afterwards Jenrncd that the reason ho was ollencil was because he was carrying the child ol a lady whom ho had loved, but who had jilted him another. As my vonls had fit his case so well, he thought sumo one had told me the btnry to havo me repeat it iu tho ring to humiliate him. e The gcntlemnn's'nnmo was Reynolds." At this point in the conversation, Mr. Lowlow stepped over to his valise unlocked it, and came forward with tho identical knife. It measured nine inches when opened, and upon its jnws were engraved the words "Billy Barlow's Father." He continued: "While wo were showing down you nro living in until'hc points out A Street Car policy to tho civil and military-ruler(N. V. Sun.1 of the Punjab, no ono believed hinii the sunny streaks on its pathway. A comely young womnn, stylishly Tho whole thing was regarded as but Who can help loving tho whole-souleNot tho buffoon, dressed, with n very "pretty fiico arid another "Fable in Song" or a "Le- gQtiml laughter? figure, recently entered' unnor tho man who classes noiso with gem! in Exile." And it was not Lyt'tori wroto nn uutogruph-lette- r mirth, but tho cherry, contented n Brooklyn bridgo.cnr, nccompanied til Lord. by n muscular young felA to tho Commissioner of Pesha- man of sense and mind! low, apparently her husband, Slid laugh is the key to nil breasts. war, threatoiitng torcmovo every oftho Afghan Tho truth is that the people like to he was a woman upon whom no man ficial from his. post on civlaughed at in a genial sort of a way. could look but with admiration, nnd frontier, that tho Anglo-Indiashe attracted universal attention as ilians nnd military leadeiv on tho If you are making yourself ridiculous, bo told ot it in a pleasing tho couple passed through the cars frontier began id ''fall iuto line." The you wnut to Aud it is and finally took seats together. most solid nnd tho most trustworthy maimer, not sneered at. Opposito to thciu sat a among thiplilitical ofllcers of North astonishing how frankly the laughing middle-ageman, evidently a mau of India being distrusted, Lord Lytton population can talk without treading the world incomfortnblocircumstanccs ho was on the toes ot their neighbors. Why was compelled er thought compelled) to select other men for his will the people put on long Jaces. who ut ouco fixed his eyes upon the pt the lady nud continued to stare purpose, aud.heiy:e( the1, appointment when it is so much easier and lialttaairtaS" .with. such. persistent scrutiny as Gen"nTiter'toiaVgW''caraCTruc of Sir Lowis Peliy 1II.V tIJU (IbhUUil-fliUl VVVIVl'UU, eral's "'with tiio Ameer unsought nnd unbidden. The Kabul. Pel iy had art iu life is to cultivate smile cr.v auv. M,tk o vicinity, The lady soon beV spcuVHj&'ssTiytimo at Bushirc, on to find the flowers whero others shrink came, conscious of tho stare, and was evidently confused aud embarrassed the Persiainlfv?niid was known ns nwny for fear of iho thorn. a a at its continuance It is true that "Guubout Polly" ;"a mere wind-hag- " Of General Interest. tho middle-ageman did not make and absolutely useless for" practical Tho Atlanta Constitution says that any sigu or offer any advances or beLord Lytton soon threw Alachua lake, u sheet of water from purposes. tray any of those attempts at familSir Lewis aside, aud then selected a ten to fifteen miles in length, near . fully-rounde- d well-buigood-naturlt, ed n Incident. . tsECBET, '"""Hiil tt ft .rm4i.;r, Kentucky, meet. at IlHrtford,Ky.,tecomi8atordyl i W' m la ench month At Imi.i .. mHI . . Sons3 Cicero Maxwell cf No'.'Sti, Depardhent Camp, l-l. mraKf 'WiaW' Cttv ospnmi ;W rmtmxmxim. 1 "?I e rziuX.. -- C. M Jai. L. noiu.'Scrgeant. lUi.irT, CafiUli. $?2iVl ., r. -- Toai, No. A,' Departmut af Rtufuclty, meet.' every'thlrd Saturday at 1 o'clock " Conrt-llou'ar. a., In Leltchfleld, Ky, P. 8. Bab.aa.Cora. " S.A.McSmal.AdJ. PaMtoN Moitom Toaf No. 4, Departmentof ', meet, every Bnturday before the aecoad Sunday at 10 o'clock' A. M.ln'thecourt-hoa.aa- l HaTtfonl, Ky. J. 0. CuianraLiit, P,C J. M. llimor, Adj. JiWiiiOoimt :& ' "JSiJ PROFESSIONAL OARI). vT- - I aln ,1 "W GLSOtSmnSR !WT SberSUlfKf ng4tjsr$t l xT.mmmmwR aA3r?,iU'. HAIlTFBjlaKENTUCKY. Jfc-irJ,i- '. mux.- 7. , a, wiBpina. ARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profbs.lon liiall'th. court I Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Annaalai Special attention given to. criminal, practice, aad - --'- -collections, T2nHir young military civilian, then Cavag-uar- i, to carry out his policy, Cavag-na- ri was a conceited, vain and iiasci-bi- o man of French "extraction, absolutory uufit for the delicalo position of the first embassy to Kabul. But tho poor fellow soon paid tho He and penalty of incompetence. his Jenkyns, Hamilton and Kelly, were mnssacred and mutilated by the iufuriated Afghans.aod there is not tho least doubt that in the disturbance in tho city ot Kabul it was Sir Louis Cavagnari who fired tho first shot, if Lord Lytton'a Afghan policy failed, it failed partly on account of his being, compelled by force of circumstances to select such men as Polly and Cavagnari for his instruments. "You nre a mere earthen pot between two cast iron vessels floating on the current of time,, and you will bo crushed by the inevitable," wrote tho poetic viceroy to the wild Afghan who was seated on the Kabul throne. But events proved that the "earthen pot" was potent for mischief, nnd tho eldest son of Shere Ali still rules the Afghan nntion, and probably holds the peace of Europe in his treacherous. bauds. Lord Lytton'spohcy'of establishing British agents in Afghanistan is now being carried out, nnd, although Lord BoaconlieldV'eeicutific frontier" has been abandoned (it was, in fact, never discovered), still tho Uolaii and the Khyber are no longer dominated by Afghan tribes, but are under British military control. aides-de-cam- It will bo ndraitted on all hands that Lord Lytton as Viceroy of India wns au absolute failure. There is probably no position in the world which requires Buch plodding tenacity, aud such minute attention to detail as that of Governor General of India, No Viceroy of India has ever been able to get through the details n day's work without keeping steadily to his office-tab- le for some ten hours a day,- It is not the timo to dwell upon tho poet's private life and hab-itbuttthpy weje euch as preslude tlie.possibiiitypf.aByetematic adinin-istratiof affairs--mtonal and- - social. i)oliticalf'ay.niflitarvof 250.- -. s; rt frientf and field, Lord .'palKBLorH-lJoacous- - knpwledge.orclwrter, and with tlio exceptiqnlbf SsMKiAmkRpberts (a ble exceptwiSKidwit) he iuual-- ; icd to squeMffpa aqtiard menii)- -' Jfci Clouds that bfingwpid.'i The ef- -, ,'i.Uk. 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An interesting peculiarity of tho house is a groat two-sto-ry hall papered with an eighteenth century wall paper, whose figures represent Roman ruins, shepherd maidens, and tin; like. Vandal tourists have the paper off bit by bit uirt.i" the walls are now sadly disfigured. Over $7,000 in greenbacks has been found hidden among a lot of rubbish in tho trunk of an eccentric widow, who spont her summer near Stonington, Conn., aud who died recently. Always on leaving Stonington at tho end of tho season she left tho trunk with a friend, telling him that it contained nothing of account, but she didn't care to havo burglars rummaging through it, which would bo the caso if she were to allow it to. remain injlmr cottage. A spider i3 tho novel pet of a He is Laingsburg (Mich.) girl. kept under a goblet and carefully feed, positively refusing to begin a meal until three or four flies have thrust iuto his apartment. Those ho lets walk around hiurund even over him, allowing them think him perfectly harmless, until in some of their trips under his noso ho apparently wakes up nnd grabs them. After ono of theso meals lie loses his hours. appetite for about forty-eig- ht Valley City, N. D., has, it is said one of tho most extraordinary specimens of horseflesh iu existence. Ho ,is a sorrel, stands fully 10 hands, or 0 foot 4 inches from floor' to withers; his logs nre ) fjotO. inches before touching the bocty', and a small bronco' can easily pass under him. A- - man 0 feet in height can't see over his back, even' when' standing on ti()foe. In length, he is fully 13 feo'f, or'17 fee(t;from tip of nose to tlp.of tair. When standing with his head as.ordinnrijy chookod up .a man man,oy standing on.up-r- r a, can just (ouch tl.e' base of his q(j -. A common mistake is made in speaking of the bro.:en, clouds wjiloh sbwetiines appear dtiruig rain storms coin-plolely Mar-blehead W( iarity that are practicod by oglcrs. He simply looked and kept looking, -- A.'. not turning away his face once, nud making but brief answers to remarks K by a young man who was with him. Meauwlulo the husband of the lady Will practice Ilia profe.ilon In Ohio' and adjoli-In- g countioi, and the" court of Appeal..:, bpecia had been gradually worked up to a attention given to v pitch of indignation at the action of ORlco north iJ collection.. public .quare. ' ' ' "vt Tlr the unwarrantable starcr. The lady E. D. OUFFT. t B. D.KIHOO. spoke to him quietly, and- - was evidently desirous of avoiding a scene and mado a little eta! t 'to restrain hira as he rose from his seat. The husrviiipraciiceinaiicoQrU or Ohio Mid Mjoiniif iunoi band, however, was now infuriated, Malt Ol for, in spite of the lady's discomfiture Cbrd, Ky, .71y nnd the husband's ire, the cold, but persistent, stare was continued. The passengers became AIIDBKET AT .UW, interested, and it was obvious that something exciting would soon occur. The husband got up, white with 33. 2S. "7"ed.diaa,Br, aud stepped across the aisle and put his hand on the shoulder of the middle-age- d man, nud in a (Offlco In Crowder Building.) , straightforward, manly way said this: Will practice hie profession In all the court of , "Sir, you have been staring at that umo and Alao Mataurjr , vaiHiy lady long enough You have uot, Public taken your eyes from herjfnce sinco Xj. 33IeaivxJja, she entered this car. Your staring is ATTORNEY AT LANV, , innot only impertinence, but it is sulting, and you must stop it." Will pnutlcehi. Of course the other passengers ex,--, Uhloiuid'adjbinlrig profe.sfon In alUho Conrla,of couutle., and In the Court of pecf ed a, row at words. The lady was Appeal, bpcclal attention given to'collecllon. Offlce, EraldooraboTo the Bank--; " evin evident trepidation, nnd it was 4ly ident thnt for her sake, if uot for the A.J,SLATON,M.D.,v sake of decenoy, the young husband would have plenty of hejp should he & need it to deal with tho Pffendcr. Formerly of Stillirood, now locatVl at ta'iUhy But there was n sudden nnd indeed Sold. offer, hu crofcuonal ..rvice. to th aabpla ;' mm-ac,Ofll urajaonanaaujoiningcoiratie,dramatic revulsion of feeling when ' aai. (th. Dr. lladen properly.) " middle-agetho man, instead of showfa. Tames Sinith., Attorney at Law, hartforiCky. . , Perry Wetr field Attorney at JJkl adjoining-countlea- iO ?aaal RoslrLe, BLy. 3v. Hartfprd. Ky. . Physician Surgeoii, e. Vi .J. 1 ing fight, said this: "Really I beg your pardon, sir, I had no itcntiou of nunoying tho lady. 'I assure you I did not know what I was doing. I could not see her, fori am totally blind, as this ydnng man who has charge of mo will tell you." ' t& J. 33. Tasicra: Od Frelerlca Street . DENTISTai .. ,Oiveoahoro,Ky. m lis a- Special Announcement. six-tioo- v We havo. mado arrangements with la FoatoSMO. . UMWVMHUMMU.V rrDr., B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of "A Treatise "on tho Horse and his Diseases," which will enable all our sub- WUCt. Villi CritTl llaVCMtiaataai ivwni.nwpfw scribers to obtain a copy ot that valu- iiiibn luu-a' able work freo by sending then-- adt dress (enclosing a stamp for 1IS!W!BI1'JeU.. mailing same), to Dr. B. J. Kendall Enosburgh Falls, Yt. 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Be this as at may, the solo object of ruj labor shall bo to make the mi nbvocute for thutli mi all questions aud the friend of the people without regard to section or locality. Its political code will bo truly nud tlic members ol the party are called iimn to lend their assitance in niniiituiniugii party nryiiii through which to make themselves felt iu the coming conflict for and honest money. Profoundly grateful for the Aiipporf of tbV'ieople iu past cirorts and desir-- ' injf to merit, to some extent, the same' in tlds.l .tin Truly Yours, eiato Fro-tecti-- Jo. II. Jodi:i!M. Tin: State of Ohio spent nearly SI 1,000,000 for public education in .1890. Tim taxable property of tho N. N. & M. V. Hailroud iu this county is about $372,000. Tin: skeleton of and Indian giant eight feet high has been Fayette county, found in A bill has beeu presented to the U. S. Senate providing for o permanent census office. A MuLHATTAtf story comes from Mexico to the effect that in the Southwestern part of that country of won-d- p rp; a city of four thousand inhabitants has just been discovered. A I'KOMINent Democrat, of Hartford, the other day, tittered a sentiment that is.too true, when he said, that tho Republicans do not support their county organ as they should and can do. We hope this acusation may not long be true. Kecent troubles S3 ded fresh fuel to and Russian hatred, and war may result. These two giants will sooner or lct::r cross s won Is and when they do the whole fabric of Europenn institutions will bt iu commotion. India have adthe flame of British in At a meeting of stockmen at Lex ington recently u plan was originated by which it is hoped that u Kentucky live stock exhibit will be sent lo the World's Fair iu 'U3. The Generally Assembly will be asked to make a liberal appropriation for this worthy end. The good people of Hartford would consider it no more than what is due them if Gov. Brown would come down and catch his ''Cricket," which he so gallantly turned loose upon us and take her to some place whence her chirp could be heard no more. THE PRESIDENTIAL LOOK. OUT- is decided by those who claim to know, that Mr. Blaine will not bail candidate for the Presidency next year and in that event Mr. llurriioti will undoubtedly be the Republican nominee. There is in the Democracy the scarcity of probable, not to say available, candidates, only Mr. sa-u- e It m eveUud being at all seriously men- troWM for that puce, and his oast ut- termiceoii the silver question have rendered him exceedingly odious to ii very powerful element of his But unless thu next six mouths bring political development none iiii(oiei-the race will again be between the leaders in tho great content of 1888. With Mr. Harrison, Protection U American labor and honest money on the one side, and Mr. Cleveland, with Free Trade nnd u depreciated currency on the other, the icntilt is practically determined. The Third Party movement is on the wane and thu hope that the Dem ocrats had onlv a few mouths iiuo of throwing tlie election into the House by having the W'heeleis carry u few eleiu Mates is now completely dis- Hilled So that tlieeoiiie.it will have, us for thirty years past, only two great eouihaluiits the Republican uinl Democratic parties. And tho between them will be vital nnd clearly defined. The Democrats umy in thoir platform attempt to slruddletho silver question in order to avoid tho dilemma into which they have heretofore fallen, viz.: having their platform and tho record of their leudcr. iu oppositiou to each other, but tho people have coiuo to understand there subterfuges, and, -- Id' know that the Democratic party will straddle nuy public question, if in tiitbpinioii of Its leaders, such n course will be con ducive to present success. Its half. Fentury record of policy first nud! rpriuciple afterward, if at all, cau nut eradicated from the minds pie for they have conic tokuo party lias proved itfclf ji on too many occutioi Here, nlo, I found new desks. But mits r." ess. Neither Mr. Crisp nor R. K Co., G. T. Mtllnsnv, Prcsidi it. I was about to foigct that tho msIiouI ain other man could satisfy thu (Vldcr element). which by combining rcople are acquaint- - sang for me mid thut they did ex- lings tiiul that they are ceedingly well. made him ripwiujir. .dust tliiu' or a ic questions more tlmn man trying lo ipluhsu Cli tries A. TuiwuAY. Nov. 17. 4 in tho whole liitory of ibo Diirict iCo. 511: Ben. L. Kelly. Dana, Tammany Hall, Giiveruor-Soiiatn- i' ' is but lair to conclude teacher. This was a very (lisaarcc it Hill, Senator l.toniuii, day jsent indications that Mr. .,1,1,, ,.,.. llnli i,,,,. ( mini! Democm-o- y were Gnifld and lIiu,ino.s-lini'- k will bo chosen to succeed peisciit, and tliesj could uot keep of the ::oiit!i at 'M nnd tho mi w UAIU'FO;!!), KY. comfortable owwj; tn the very bad time, aud o,i have a faint idea of BCOHPOTOHK. ewW.Sii.iJfl.' condition of the house, A new house tho t t:k undertaken by (Ji Up, LongDiscounts ibvini'ule pafL. . no I . ;! Tho Epooh on tho Navy. is badly needed and, as this uu enterheaded liopublio.iui rdg.iri tlm II,ouImiIIc ('mininvl.il. prising neighborhood, it will no doubt election of UrNp .w a very fortuiialo ',Jktm,"1 on Kuir York, l.oe.'.vii'ie, The following sensible and patri Jo. B. nom:it. thing for tho Republican partj, fur j Kvaiivillc and other Commercial otic obsomitions nro from the Epoch, bo built. wlnlo .Mr. Cris;i isporsotiallvneluver Gitics. the organ of tho yatinjr Now York, " . . BEDA, KY. Accounts of iiidividtuils nnd cor "Swallow-tai- l" ami popular men, lie represents nil Democracy: "Of nil Stuvo Duku aud family havo rethe elements that elected him, mill porations solicitci tho war expenditures of tho world, moved to tlm vicinity of Prentice. Money loaned on collnttcral and thu demands of those elements which tlmt which is being d voted to tho Chii". Cniiiphell went to (.Iwens-bo- io bo will lie compelled to a certain pergonal security. building of a now navy for tho .v'uii!itv mi business. Specialuttention given to collec'xteiit to ncjodu to, will oac'i add to United States makes most obviously The I'miiieM luico eommeiieed deof notory ue.t tions. Republican for peace. Our weakness in the livering thoir tobacco. r. matter of tdiips of war has furnished G. T. MoHoiary, C'nshior. Mi.s Mary Woodward i.i ill Mis. yea Tammany ilall ho alre.'dy madu u standing temptation to small pow Alva Callowuy is ill. a formal demand lW tlie lion's s'laro ers to push our dilferenees with Prof, ttililis a Micrefcful tbein to the verge of an open quar- wiiiiug se'eiol hern Tuesday night. of the 17 places under House Doorkeeper Tiir.ier. the rel, and has greatly wcakono I tie: A pL'iiMiiit Cliiistinas to otl. nud man, nnd tliero is influence which this coiintrv oiiL'lit li. XIV. li It lo doii'n: about it.i t'ettinir them. inter-natioto hao iu councils. ZZ'A'. for cal.ilotmc. It is tb.i fin; tini't llmtthi-- uoteriofs to Excursion Rates. It would be criminal rccUlcssue-TERRY M'F'G c.Tcnk. ThoiNowport N'ortV ."i Mississippi orgaiihaiiou his iitie'npted to tako the safety of our enormous trust 8u to the reserved Ktroui'tli which. VallurUiailroud offers I'ort'io holidays' 'pammiii itionaljtolities is bitterly latn 'on lountj ,"ton?iid it.s would ultimately tlofmU any attempt-a- season n two-thiv " ' tickets Ii. tween Memphis, rPaofsr ' rosontcd by tlioho Dein: cents who urmed ocuupatiou of our territory.' trip lionis ville, Cinciuimli and Kvansville, and are no' hi p.iitiieibip wiili it, or unThe modern implements of naval deTicket ou der it. baneful domination, but' thoy fense can not bo improvised. The all station on its lino. ' ilo from Djcjmhe.' "J l.!i lo .fuiiuary are powerless. require years of preparation, as must I Mtiiriin r to I e genThe impressinu 1st, nod goo up to and be evident from tho still very imper eral bore that Mr. Illiiine will shortly i icludiug . II i.v'sii e!ia!iefect state of readiness in which ev, , ... . i i In.-- a .iiuko tniiilie a letter, ayiii'T taut l.u i for a morrv en or eight years of naval construcI will under no ciiciiin&taiuos bo a tion finds us. There eon be no duty small otitlav of m m-' Presidential cui.li lute no.t uar. more binding on Congress than to tSSftiSiK-Tf.r&ci!'. s?.. Notico, Tcaoliors. ; vi ; curry that work forwuid with all povVteitr Next while teacher i;iiminatioii, Stiiecesi ci ih Gcniitica sihlo?pced. There is and should be .lutitiary 1, HO J. Colored, .January no politics in tins, for the achieveos-- ' tiii: .lo. 15. I! geis, Co. ritipt. AdmliibtM-t'o- u S, 1802. ments of a Democratic r li in building ships hac nut bueu W ASHIN GTON I AIT TER. 5 less notable than those of its RepubIrKtIM IH'R mill I VII iMKhl.ltiMilNT.I lican successor. And whoever may Vasiii.itox, D. C. Dec. li. succeed Secretary Trroy at the head At tho CI033 of Business, The President's annual mesMicc of the Navy Department, it is cerCongress is beyond question one of i Juno 30, 1691. ' tain thut ho will not tiring to the the nblest and hot written . work more energy, ability and reso-- ever submitted to Congrcs.-- ; it eon-UKsonicKs. lute adherence to business methods tinns not u single elltellce or partisan " nw. '" than tho present bolder of the navy politics, nml yet its Mateme.it of facts, ' 7, TT 1,00(1.00 ', fuinituie, i'cc MIXTS Ahh DAILY portfolio. showing the condition of every de l,:l)1.07 isomts partment of the Government nud of Debts, in suit 1,0:12.00 Imports of Wool into tho the country at large, presents the Cash ou baud A iu other ' 2:1,437.51 bunks S 5x3 United States. strongest of arguments fur retaining T-Sfrr--?T5 'Ii(imu-U-- . Or) OchmI'h T() ALL. the Republican party in p'iwer, for SS8,I55 17 The imports of wool into the Unitthe simple reason thut the country LIAHILITIKS. ed States for the nine months ending owes its present general and unprecj:;0,0IHI.00 Capital stock paid iu September 30, were of clothing T) Deposits edented prosperity to the wi.-- c legis" ' pounds, valued at SO.r.OO,-041,200.00 Dividend lation of the hist Republican Congress ALllvK. Profit and loss account. . . 10'J8.1! against 10,537,080 pounds, valnod the statesmanship dis. Due other Hanks 10.10 ued at 83,888, 320 for the same per Vit.lVml lit' i lin lirn.2.iiit iiilmini.tr'ilinii "j ..... ..... SFKl'IAIi ATriU.N'nUiN i.. .i....i.i .1 . :,i I..., .. - . - ,......:,,'"-- i""- - IeL,:jat!m. T,'" .....!. SMS, 4. m. 17 Given to tho Traveling ity, And the average price this vear ' A dividend of 81. 00 per sham bus portion of the relatini' to is 21.15, as ngainst 23.01 last year, or Public. been declared bv ill" Board of Direcforeign nllhirs is calm and dignified, tors, to the stocfcdnl.ler, payable on 2.3U cents n pound decline. The and yet bristling with true American-ism- , demand. S. K. Cox, President. wool imported is identically the same the kind that every patriotic aud if any difference it isofn finer American, whatever his politics, inns quality, yet it has come iu at nearly , ST ANOAnororoS CENTURY endorse. 'It recommends the adop2j cents n pound cheaper uiulora tion of 11 Constitutional amendment higher tariff, notwithstanding the preproviding for a uniform method of diction of nunc writers tlmt the higher electing Congressmen and Presidenduties woold stop importations, but tial electors that won d put mid end facts are one tiling and theory is anto such disguiccful gernmanderiiig other. We believe iu fuels, however, schemes us that wluc'i has been all the time. J?ADtYA'L- adopted by the Democratic The" imports of combining wool -of Michigan, and itproposesiiiiuti-par-tis.u- i E during the above peiiod were 4,070,-8- 12 TWINBROTHER Coiuinisdoii appointed by the pounds, valued ut 81,007,400, as Supieme (,'unrt tu consider the evils against 0,002,000 pound.--, valued at connected with our present (.lection $l,200,.'ol for the Mime peiiod in system, which shiilt "proceed with 1800. The decrease is attributed to tirrt- candor, ca'mess mid patience upon the fact thut we are raising more the liucs of justice and humanity, uot domestic wool of the combining sort ;s!id of prejudice nnd cruelty." cvey year. Of carpet wool (of which The Democratic House is evidently Vvci we rui'ii very little for a well known in no hurry to get down to work, as it cur.se, simply because it is not profi adjourned fiom Wednesday to Saturc.'it'. hwvv table) we have imported 09,919,010 ... or 1100 rot .....:.... day with the iiuderstmidin!' that it ...... ...1., ....1 rott would on that day adjourn until next ir 55,098,881 pound, va t tied nt 80,484,- -, .,, oilliniln V .mil 1,1- tli.tf ttiiin flin WD OO . for the corresponding 'nnod hist .,, I il,rint lilniiihmi i(. Iii.ciii In llinils ...l..... u.ii.rw.w bn.i. ... WATCRIOO VCAST CO DtTnOirMICH vear, l'liu avonig cost this vear is :....;- the Christmas recess. ..1 11011 1111 1 1. ho iii-- j rutin . iv ' uirunisiInn idol has been shattered! Clove- " . 11, di-lcent.s in I ."SIM, ir an in- - ... .. The Pittsburgh Lamp no lunger occupies the pedestal LiMtYC or- creaso of a one ui uiose 'p.irtol imo euul a t ot ll.e Iih ut the DeinoeiiLic pait . . pound. 1 Ins is the s.i.i, aud burd.,. rU llLV0,it1)ll that dcr.s ff CovcIaill w ,,.. of the now dut.es over which tli.jru cciks, 1). (IIIOllft,10 seems to ue mmfl iXM was so much ohunor; an increase of ,,, seems )05t vi(.i(H a, cvcr t()1)1. 28,313,01)0 pounds in two cl.Mdj "f ,,lco in the Hou-- j of reacli tlie wool, ut a decreased cost of 2 l 1th) ,jveSi ,lllt excepting the great fi.dils end as to 11. i Nrr.vi;.Ns, A. M. Itl'D.'IOX. cents a pound. This is a most re- - in whicli llieoppm,. its weie ofdi'lle.-markabl- e goodness of result, and necouiiH iu a L.Ilt ia,.t;Wf a, nMi iu, in AO .JOB measure for tho low prices of jiiu etm. pe,ennlly or by conliilentiul very way, domestic floeeus, which are rol.nivo- - pioxy, by Cleveluu.l, who was rep reand ease of flB3QHHHBvf mmH m ly lower iu value than at aiyy foimer scnted by a ho-- t of 1'illowei inlclud-perio- d anagc- in a tiiiio ol'ieaco. "'ingiwu of Ins Cabinet Vilas ami ment. "" Dickcrson; by Hill, who was special y J The only care it requires is Suporiato l'.lGUt'd Visits. j represented by tlieT.iniiiuny crowd filliug and wiping. Monday, Nov. 1(1. j wl.icli shouted curly mid late for Dirt falls out when the HHDSQ3, District No. 52; L. M. Snnderfur, rjn,p, nud by Gorman, perwiu illy who chimney is taken off, not into LIVEUY ANIJ l'Ki:U STAIWdC, teacher This ietyA little school, j J)Ue( t1L. Uei rmi ,hl, H ,.,, a pocket as in other central-draugAll the pupils seem to bo greatly in- - x,m- - tl0 U made by certain OH Fr.y Stsui, lamps. M!3H Miy Dspuit terestediu their woik. Several vis- ()t-- ,tK. l)lJIIIomfri , ,M). ,,at the Putting in a new wick is a tola Jirsst OvsubBiCi Ksciwiy, itois were picstnt but thu records of Spcakeiship cutest had aiiv lVsi- very easy matter indeed. the visits to tins, ami tlie three ,.l.il.. ii, ,i.,...i ' All this seems strange to tnlluMiug ,cl.u.i!8 l.uvc been UtM) .ck ...h i.ii I'll- iifiiilneiit ' bo c,lnd - nil Air. Stevens will friindi to litlvc nnnvlm lrT,ru0 Tinw his OI110 ci.unty 111111 stojt with uu fjiven. Wi.i llir.iii;',i-i- l .iiii viniiuisi.-iiiiii.i- l ...... l.o cm ri.! .!' nl'tlo some other jjood lamps are. him while i.i the cilv. . . 'I'I.Sj ..!.. ... .. u.cw ukt...i.iiiq .... .1,.. .1..1 , loft i' fi?4 & 5T019 iiwm'i'i m.twr KS O fRft X5 .... ?& H jj.r-.-.- m 1 Mi A Whi in OivnisS)(n,o)cuU at (he HARlTOT'UDj .BIG FU'RNITUE STORED Hull's Id Mai il n Main Stirel. SilTI 11 We i lvcail ey 3)y !hi hi'vsi p. ices lo be Cound. hjnr sTOdli' Uusp'y, -- 4- and Save mon- giving us (rial. 'The Furniture Men." r v v w M ARTHy SSVliTH, 'fe.' . liSiF'rSWMRi OO-Nag- v ? v t vr?' 1 nal F!NSI3WeaSESQ I s sua-boB- rd Wu-sliing- - t rd into-fereii- i ("ii-ntiii- ... - ... - Pw' v''i lliui"' . liulili.- - Ilmt I "I ..nariTrnni Ms8W$lg& FAST LIME bought the I.ivery Uusiness (r K. V. Taylor, I wish to inform the I will liuiueSS lit tllO ln n irmir.il l.ivnrv. S':iln mill old stnnd, and also keep on hand lilHUilKS, WAGONS mill Don't CAIiTS nf the latest and most approved inako. J forget that tho Hartford Transfer is still to tho front in liohalfof thodruumicrand travol'ng public, l'leasu gUo mo :i VIlIl'S DA11A. i l!orse, niCM-ae- C .3 It I Lugsios nnd wagons tor salo or hlro at all times. Spoola attention given to nil stock entrusted to my care. . Yours Vory Respectfully, HLi. ZZSZjjD. Hartford., 23Zy. 1 I XT.,, $SS t..' ' Di 0Rbi:;Eti QUEEN lrt-c!& u, SV J ! IDBsjeij :zl'.k -I liul.Li .. s ' (i ithSllv r - platod Dash Rail. Seal uuj biiutt TliJti, tor above price' o o o m H rn M o E' 1 v - - $65 hi O O H 8 m llwvM ;: & 2 y s s o o for our tJow OO 2 IS " 0 o S3 o 2 z o 7 z n 3 m- p o O - tar-ccei- 1 ,.,....., !.'" O P O u V.'rlto . 2 " rj mo-sas- ?. p rj paco. Cnt.ilocuo of nil Muds of Vohlclos. ' S Acldrc9 SOUTHERN DUGGY CO. - OHIO, U.S.A. r:iWC!NNATI. - F p-fi- V.4 vci. (w ' -- . ; .;j-&Xij&3ij$p- 5. -. m vaiaeEJi. J "' i 1 DRY HOP YEAST ,0T TKI ER Also 5t 2B 4f& P N QUICK vu " '''':, IMnhlv, wliriT I B yt37'rnFr'i"Vi'' L ?5a .1?' iif 'Jllvf ...'i. nur XVLvJ VillAi "i !. f' 0 VJ1 Y Livcrv "' .JiII'?1 ' ' 1 I - 1 I m , ,', llui'si'ri F'(!. r.nd tht lies .if vigg dnv or nhihl. wiiyamtic 1)0 clones, lust ns L'Ood. forGnovr's, 'h A cputain4 Imt t'ver.ly-Aj;...- to t'li. .. i'.o .; ; ar tonic omi rotr.sn while many of tti" Tj i U nt .'' it 111.I c'loip, V rr . - - " . rchi VwCldll Tonic which lint -mul ir vonr nc;IiIjoti tnlklng r.naw'n. To Kct tilt- orlKlnai - Kitisfa. tlon, nnd Tntt-jlm- t iutrioiituirIt-- j .." .( SIKDICIXK COMlA;rv", : ,. ' . tintricit ftilntltiiU', cla!nlnt; to I'.iihc liold lull i", nm. nml rr.lt.ilin.lS tonicnonly hold 4JJ 011. nnd f Tonic U ns lnrj:c as nny do!. , . :. Janti'ncliilt'tl l..Jtl ,y Mil . Ulilll Tone. nl. ,t'i nv I'AKJB rui;K!sU rapmi i)Y will) Ho. J, LOVtSLL D2ArSOraD CYCLES. a!H Tires, d. (135.00 STniCTLY HIGH GRADE. l Ko. 3 C, Ladles' Cushion Tim, Tins, Tiras, V .atto It 0ASBEISE & fiOll Ho. 2, Cushion TIras, $05.00 Ko. 4, ConrsrUble Solid fOJ.03 Ko. 3, Ladies' SaliJ TIrss. W light SMif1EXa OUR CnsMou Tires 411E !! $83.00 .SL xi Ho.4,0, " ts&.oo CushloD vua.uu No bottor i.vr.rs Iuterp!ianG- all machlnomado nt any prlco. - vjO.OvJ I tt v ' BicycloC:ta!o2UBFfoo. .1 afW?25?-lJ : J nmiv ia ( i MAUW-Tl1"- n-- ht tlL(t-iti- t L. Tj ."!, " ahms !.!A5J. $S5.00 Co., iliei -' ii ,,,.,, M, , - ,, f,Mn- 30K.Kecpn.a, Bhoiithano, TkikORAPH, 6o.ll n, i.'kitc ran OAT.Moaui ai.j fui,l1hfoiimatioh, uv. l- !iMliTi,STllTtHi ww T2 SII14-T,Vlf- 0 Business a I - itAfU-jertJjj- ov b tLIUB- i- 11 nm eirZWi XT ..iu a .iui.m I teaclieis for no neglect wus fccm.oiiiusnccni.il- ilekB. 'o. 100; C. M. Crowe, teacher; Jlisj BertluiCrccr.iwst. ijuvcrtil vis- itow present. This U one id the best scIhioIh in thu county, not only in but iilso in earnest succeadi'iil work. Tho people nro harmonious iu their support of thu und it I. 4 ...- .!... .iu.icni.-- undI !. .1 19 inuii ihil Biniiigu nun. j ...inil i imtiilii ulrit'.. ko linril in tlin a ,...,..... ...... j limine elegantly sinteil. finite. 11 null lor No. 5:j; Mis Alico Udwiiwii, teiieh- hero ulBi. Thw er. Sevcrul vUitoi-it MisaAlico'dlimtgchiml mid alio bus reason to be proud of her uccca. It j bo dillicult tn llud mro iu. hool than (ho 0110 nt Alex- llu-r. J I r 11 widt'-uwuk- u Tiii-Jtcoj a tbix imiiiv. 1 will exem-- inc. urn iiiicuueti nmbcl with new bopu Jieoplo five tho foliool Ullplllll J.MC lllll Mll.lll' tlli'lj; iiKilV is in all the good lamp-store- s, by tlicir'liiiuiic npni.U !i.r votes the Send for a primer. iUc wiw t.ju:irvdy iiiihIu thut thu Pittsburgh, p. Pittsburgh Brass Co. clccliun of .Mills would menu tho rs Clovcl.iuil und of Crisp ; tioniinutinn imin, nud upon in und imntliur, tit I the tlmt the Deinusmtic Itcpresunt.itivc d- i- ' vide It N kiuifiiMiit thut it lcijuii-si- .e cd 11 couibiiiiitiou of tho field to bent Clevclund, nml it ineuiiu tlmt there is 11 probability of another contest, in I ........ ! I', ...I.I..I. .1.. nl niiiuii uiu will fiidit. fur llir iiIh.m frmii vlit.li flrin .. ..,.V.I W..l ,...w A Fino Lino of mini una ucun d riven, the oppo-iforces being ltd by Unrmun und Hill respectively . two men who 111c pus- lr mastcMin ptditictl cliitaincry. , Cakes. BtBf'tilways on hand- ,'ro1" i"iitt'riiis uliiuly board! l,y uloclhui of Crin( to In) Spv.1l.t1r I I W ' f of tl.i, Uouso will Im ti&M When UJ'3 thtviiunouii.'euimiH of tl,., commit too chiiiriniiiisliips, whbdi with tlm o: " TelsnhaifB 2G IOptlUII1 (if tllO Oil It'll-11 1 unti-Clevc'- It "J isJsK-a- l AV jEnr 3-- C3jnKDUo,"1.,nl!l!,,ll,,i"1 THIQ frPA .,h V4 I.. hi fiO iue, EUGENE GA88EM BAKEIUND OONPEffflONKK Will Servo at all timer? iinnwu.ptfw.i.,.ifc.mn..iv AT(-;i- ! '.' iU,',.U-- 'A..A-11- H lr ji.-- r iv at it. im uu. it ijiiivotib -- vinT ZEE: I LiOSSrTf "" -- Keep your oyo on this and remember I keep continually on V, liandi well selected stock of everything- in my line. i of all kinds. FURNIT URE PICTU11ES, House-hold V Mill-Ebll- S n; ; SI BR ID cysTasaas Und and any style. MtjyjHn .JI,3" am. .1NU tk 1 lo 0fl IlfGBt- - Cil.ll-llitti- nnd tint tn nol bo uiudu ipitil .iti,'i, if I y!ll ( ! puliihly I'ljrl-j- t we J ( to. . 121 every description ; also Agent for fylie Monarch Vapor and Gasoline cooking stove. I will. &ell as ' cheap as the cheapest! unci earnestly solicit your patronage. ft v Rcspeettiilly, S. A. I. Goods of " '(WO ? ' f ," B leaiTUc Vfjn WILLIAMS A ?fe, jlnigvu w-rT- n - r TU jisri i. w, iw 1 FABR BR PERSONAL. P. T. C'olomnu, is in Louisville fcr, -- Hte!Jr,JwV2' v. .'"3 this week. M . T. L. Griffin and wifo aro in Loiiiixilh1. If. 1J. Wedding, Rosino, wns in andIrSWS AND ' pF and so will you when you see onu Holiday stock. Instead of laughing in your sleeve you will laugh in your stocking, which won't seem half big enough to hold the gifts you covet. will be proud of the fact when they realize the bargains that will go into the big stockings. We can t spare space to give a list of our stock and to attempt to judge of our display by samples would be like lying down on one feather to judge how a feel. You can't feather bed-woul- twn Tuosday. M. S. Hii,'ln:nl, HoMne, was in town Wodnei'l iv. Mra. NjiiiiIo Spnlding is at ho. no fro ii I.ottiii ii!o. CIIRrSTMM ' K.if i This popular'stoio ulwriys liecomcsv if possible, nioreBo'aort.-"CHRISTMATIMKS ."'kna'thlaVear "8A"RA & iw i nig no pains in trying to supply everybody, with anil for Chiistuias Piescnis. t.J nu mimttk lkaa-nr,- ' 4tThLt'. itt,' r't awe our v-- .rutljjo for P. Littlo Owensboro Mrs. Jo. 1J. Roora roturned from Owensboro Tuesday. Porry Cusobier wont to Owensboro Monday roturn'ng Tuesday. Dr. J. II. Whilo was m Cromwoll nud vicinity Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. F. L. Foli. wont to Louisvilla Monday mornini, returning Monday L. to-d- ay. leawv; It , you are "lob1:iil9iPMatt for something of this kind, just "drop Goods mid Prices will do the rest. into" the i niht. PEOPLE WITH BIG FEET $! Ada Baird rotu ued from u fw days visit in Louisville Tuesday night. Alox Barnett mado n f I) ing trip to Owensboro Mouciny, returning Tuesday. Mr. mill Mrs. L. Worth Tiehonor, es- Point Ploasmt, wore in town onlay. Miss Mr. E. V. Millig.vi went to Central City and Lotiibilte tho first of tho week. Mrs. F. L. Folk and son, Dong-la- s, have returned from a isit to Melfonry. Col. C. M. Barnott went to Owensboro, to take his now position ns Storekeeper. Rev. J. T. Casebier, of Rockport, Ky., was in the city jesterJay on his way home from Euro .a, lud. Owensboso Messenger. As many persons find troublo in deciding what to give, nv pieecnts tlmt will bo appreciated, wo would suggest a few of tho many articles that aro most probably just what you want, viz.i Tho" nice, new Style SILK UMBRELLAS, that anybody will appreciate, and some SMYRNA RUGS, large and medium, and 1(ycry, Theso-tor- e huge FUR RUGS, in White, Grey nud Jet Black. beauties and cheap 75 mid $2,f0 for Smyrna, nnd 83.00 for Fur ones. You should see them. If you want a nice CLOAK, Reefer or Jacket, we hnvo them, and nothing is nicer for a present! ' nt-SI- . rS - And we can't put a list of goods in an advertising space. Come and see the goon's; that's the only way. Feast your eyes upon the array of gifts that are going to make thousands happy. Come! For that's the only way we can convince you that this is no mere :Put the 0&3& in a Teaemp, Again, if you want a FUR MUFF or CAPE, wo can supply )ou. See oui nice Black Mufrs nt fiOc, nnd our Black Seal ones at 82.50. Among other thingt, are nice Windsor Ties for ladies, girls . and boys, in both Silk nnd Satteen, of ninny styles and colors, and handkerchief We aro sure you never saw a prettier lot than we havo of nil kinds, and wo know your friend will gladly accept or i doren of any wo have osa present. Wo suggest, nlso, among "titer nice things, aro Fancy Colored Bordered Fringed Towels, Xupkins, Doylies, Silk Bows, Tics and Scarfs for gents and boys, Mufilcrs in Silk and Cashmerc.Fancy Hairjl'ins Kid nndGloves for " both ladies nnd gentlemen. HOLIDAY HULLABALOO. unprecedented opportunity to obtain useful and ornamental gifts at prices that positively cannot be duplicated. The best and biggest stock; the greatest novelties and lowest prices are to be found at our store. 13ut an Wo hnvo only space to suggest a few articles that wo thiuk would mnkc appropriate 'resents. First, let us ray that we propot-- to give n b u present to our entire trade u discount of 10 per cent, on all goods. Wc have Fur Muffx, Capes, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels. been very fortunate in getting a large line of Novelties at pi ices no competitor can touch. Como early for these goods. The rush is now on us. Wo can show you tho brightest, prettiest lino of Smyrna Bugs, Turkish Ottomans, blipper Box, Brussels, Hassocks, etc., ever exhibited here. They have not hung out in the sun all past summer, but aro fresh, blight nud pretty. 1'iico them, only 51.75, nud Sil.OO. iO - - - V) TIJK MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Is furnishing some good hints in tho way of Christmas presents.also.' Bo suro to look through it. The fact is, you can't afibrd to miss investigating the entire situation ot affairs at the Bazaar just at this time. Come soon nnd often. . . New Goods will coutinuo to arrive daily, and we want you to call every day, and especially do we wish you to come and bring your friends on next Thursday nnd Friday. At that time" the Ba.' 7aar proposes to surpriso its most intimate friends aud most frequent visitors by a CROMWELL, KY., Seeing nothing from thisplnco for somo time, it is with pleasure for me to say totho public that uftorso many years of hard struggles, Cromwell has overcome them all. You can see tho furmors coming from nil direction of tho country, bringing their produce and exchanging for goods. School is progressing nit oly at this place, under tho management of J. M. Porter. Tho Oak Grovp school, near this placo will close Weduoiday night, Dec J2; J. L. Rogers, teacher. Mrs. Magdalono Rogers, near this placo, is very sick. John Annis, who is has been sick for sometime, thought to bo worse. Chances aro against mm. A Inrgo crowd attended tho Oak Groo ttebating bociety Friday night. Much interest is being manifested in the school mid society. R. L.J. r.; .. : m DltESS GOODS. What couhl ou buy more suitable or useful tluin Dress for your wile or Daughter? Wo will sell you Best PnnU at Best Ginghams at Cashmere De Luinc Prints (latest out) at U5c. Henriettas, all shades, go nt All wool filling Dress Goods (all shades) 50c. Imported, nil wool, Stiipe Dress Goods All other novelties reduced in proportion. , All a nice .'c. 10c. BOOTS AND SHOES. What could bo more suitable for a Christmas gift, as well ns beneficial, than n pair of Boots or Shoe for your con or daughter? Itcmcmhcr, we will sell them cheap in order that no little boy or girl shall bo disappointed, . (Jc. 2tc. 10c. .'$."ie. IOL1DAT TSJSAm: ,' I NOTIONS. Well our hue is too numerous to mention, but we want to remind you that we arn in the "swim" when it comes to Hand- kerchiefs, Tics, Toilet Splashers, Chair Tidies, Mulllcrs, Hosiery, j OVERCOATS AND SUITS. ' We all have to have them, and Christmas is the time to buy. Don't forget that our stock is large, mid must he reduced. We aro slaughtering prices in these good'' day after day. Como and sec the (iggot lino, cleanest stock, lowest priced goods in Ohio county. So be ready and try to spend a few&; , ,i v A i juazaar on ine nn zoo. ana f. moments at me t. t vi Sjb fa &B 24th insts. In the meantime your, visits if will, as usual, he highly appreciated by Remember we are leaders in everything, and take a back seat for no competitor. Lost. Yesterday ovening on tho streets of Hartford a roll of paper money nmounting to forty dollar. Any one finding nud returning the same to R P. Tyiu, will be amply lewauled. Mrs. N. V Long, foimcilv of this Tuesd iv place, dh'd at liicliJoto night. The (iiiieral look place there on We Incjil iv. ii V it- - HARTFORD FAIR BROS. & CO., N. iff S??J ?"T. frll SABA & ME." j.ijMwjnJMmMiMiminmjimKXMmmmmammmmMmmmmmMmmzmwMBmMBIglg M Proprietors. Brn. it Co.'s & I&. V. R. R. R. Philips is ill. Cascbicr's 'bus meets nil trains Mrs. J. Reatl Fair "ad." Domostic Troubles. A verv unfortnunto nfi'air occurred Mr. Anie near Betla last Friday. r Shown, a wclhtot'o, but ed, farmer, took n pair of shoca home to his wife, who, in a spirit of ftri, twitted aim about their quality, when liu became suddenly filiated, aud picked up a p.iker and attempted to strike her on the head, but was He by olio of the childiou. then began punishing her with his list, nud finally after kicking and beating her for somo time, dashed her against tho wall and fractured her collar bone. Thi is ono side of the story. Tho other is that Shown took tho shoes homo to his wife, who immediately threw tlicm into the fire. Showu then picked tip the poker to get them out, his wife attempted to wrench the poker from his grasp, and that if tho woman was hurt at nil she did it in this tussle, nml that Shown did not at anv timo striko or kick her. But when it is lemembcred that he was divorced fiom his former wifo for misticatiuent, scarcely less brutal, tins hitter part of tho tale sounds rather slim. Mrs.Shown came to Hartford as soon ns sho was nblo to do so and is now with her brother Mr. James Barnctt. ShoStus brought suit for a divorce and has liid her husband's property uttnehed. Shown came into town Tuesday to givo bond that ho might bo allowed to cuter tho house, that only a few days ago was his, but failing to tvo bond ho is denied that privilege. Such is tho (ate of a hhzh-tumpcpro-Ven- ted be a ver1dImno rss Circuit Court ndjourned ycterdiy evening. 1 IIM.V Nit Sao G. L. lvleiu it Co. for all kinds of fancy Christmas notions. Santa 1.KAVK HB.WKI! ..- . Mull HiiJJIipr".. - lltll.NI IIIIIMI llf.ir, " EAST. DM 12 lor. .ll.Vir. . . Ho. T, l.tiiKlnl TKAlNn iloINO No. , Mail una a, Minltrili:ivM No. Ki.rf........... For fresh oysters go to O. L. (5 Klein it Co. When you want to j:o to Beaver Still more new good coming in at Dim lie mii e Mini leave our oulew with Cacbier it .Son. the Bazaar. The best ius at C. L. Field call hihI bo convinced. Mr. V7V. lender grippe is imprnviug. who lias la iih linesl ChrNtmiH pies-cut- s will In found in abundance tit L Kb in itCoV. CI Thonu.s B'aiik nrhip. itiri-of your citi. ;i l:t .iow n ? W II is viiitiug bi-- l.ii.Uei i m i u -- "e. Blank- wfc " i:iir lMUf. h. IH a.m. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. Finest spcttacles nt Martin's, Head tho "nil" For fancy caudie and dainties Suil.i CLu.s will hold liis nc.ul Uarters nt (i. i. Klein itCo's. J. Y. Sma'l, ofDavies countv, aro Ktojiping County Attorney, R. S. Todd, and of Sura & Mc." 1 Tho ltosir.e school closes Saturday. Mr, H. Give U. L. Field's a cali when you want to go to Beaver Dam. Don't fail to call on Williams, Bell it Co. for your holiday gifts. A. Williams is improving. at tho Hartford House. They know thtir old friends S. B. Hnwnrd and wife, ami could trust them fur good grub. Dont fail to wo Carson during Xraas. Oh! the nico things Bell & Co.'s. it Morton Williams, sick nt Mr. Arcliio Cain has been several days this week. For wutch, clock and jewelry repairing, call on C. R. Martin. Mr. John P. Colomnu is rapidly improving from his recent illness. He sure aud real tho "ad" of Mar-- , tin it Smith tho Owensboro furniture men. Why look nil over the comity wheu you can find what you want nt Kohn's. Rev. Steersman is holding n very successful rovival with Slaty Creek Baptist church. If jpu want awlnlecall to enjoy yourself for to bco Williams, Bell & Co 's. Holiday Goods. II you want a handsome natch chain, wnlcli charm or u good watch, call on 0. R. Martin. Thp largest stock, i:i tho Grccti River country, of Boots nml Shoes, Hats and Cups at Knhn's. Sncoial attention will bo given by Carson it Morton in tho preparation of fruit baskets during tho holidoys. Wo havo enly ft few lino Overcoats eft, you can buy them this week at M. M. Kmin. .your owu prico. j, Carson & Morton are going to bo .frnnnrcd to Btinnlv ovorvbodv with jjnteali fruits, lanoy candies, etc., dur- Ill); Julius. . :.,Jf you want nny special goods in "MMrciry lino tor unrisimas, give katAi in C) 11 Mnrtin lit novf 1 - fc Cain aro always prepared 'wiHtog to muA vnn a i. inn iintr MIWW J Call onco K("wira or and & you will call again. Ah & W easy-Blmv- Something wonderful V i MX J to see tho we itook ot ojothing represented at 6 Trade Palace. , KAH5J Prop. ,,' M.-M7 The cajc of the Commonwealth Remember that C. L. Field has against John Franks for breaking innever tailed to meet the daily tiains. to a store, near McHcury, came up yesterday evening before Judge MorVnu can get tho very best ot meals ton. Franks waived examining trial at tho Hartford Houso ior only 25 nnd was held under n $200 bond to nppcar belore tho Circuit Couit. cents. It will bo very gratifying to the Remember you will get tho best many friends of Mr. II. C. Duvall. lor your money by dealing with of Big Clifty, who fell from n gangJ. M. Cacbier. plank nt iiastview a few week ngo and hroko his leg, to know that ho Good rigs good drivers and u more is rapidly improving, and will soon accomodating man can not be found be nolo to bo out again. auy where than C. L Field's. Mr. J. Will Tompkins, of Owcus-bnr- o, and Mits Lucy Morton, of SulRemember when you come to towu phur Springs, weio married at the that Casebier has tho best of com and First Baptist Church, Owensboro, on hay, and will tnko thf best of care of Tuesday night. It was a inot brilli-nu- t stock left in his charge. social happening that joined tho loving heaits of two young people Jolly Jim Casebier will Ireat you whoso future is moit auspicious. right. Let him tnko care of your Mr. Wilbur T. Hnyward, the horse when you come to town and genial young attorney, will, on tho you will bo convinced. JlUth of thh miinth, be married to "Sura & Mo" seem to ho enjoying Jlibs Mudalcno Ethoridge. Mr. liny-waris a punperous nnd popular a fine Christmas trade. They hint young attorney of tho Hartfoid bar. at an extra surpriso for next Wednes- Mis? Eiheridgo hamauy friends hero day nud Thursday. who will gladly welcomes her ngniu in their midst. Hart-for?- " "Who is the best liveryman in usked ono traveling man of A Mistake Corrected. another. "J. M. Casebier, because I will not bo scattered iiroiind, as ho has tho best feed gives tho best rumor says, but will bo at L. B. Beans next Thuisday and will make Head and fastest transfers." quarters lhc.ro timing thuHo'iidajs, - .I Wlnif tuiii (ten Till C r! jtitiM j Itrai. i jll hnvo u niee present for every II liUb IIIUIU UOUIHI VIMigUllll' N VJ" see mo. ent can you buy your boy tlinn n body oiiuo mi'l Respectfully, suit jf clothes or Ovcraoat, como nml S. Claim. see them, narao your piico and take them homo at Ivahn's. An Unthankful Tlnof. On Monday ovening a stranger Scarf presented himself at tho home of Mr. Finger Rings, Pins, Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons, J. JiJ. Colomtin, living on tho Town-senfarm, ono milo from town, and Breast Pius, Laoo Pins, Mournings 'litis Pins and almost anything you need asked for lodgiug over night. Cole-man was granted, but what was .Mr. m tho jewelry lino at C. R. Martin's, s surpriso on Tuesday morning r . Tho oyster supper nttlie. , Masonic to find tho stranger gone, n togcthej watch, with a now suit of clothes, Hall, Beaver Dam, on Saturday niht Bomo money, a barlow knifo and De:. 20th, will bo a most cnjoyahlo n razor. Mr. Coleman came to town afTuir. No pains will bo spared to nt once, and ho nnd Deputy Sheiitf mako it a grand time for all who at- Johnson gave chneo to the clover thief. Tlicv were soon on his trail, tend. Let ovory body'come. but somewhere on tho Owensboro What is tho uso to givo prices in road ho took to tho woods nnd the Ho pursuit had to bo abandoned. tho paper, when you can bny tho wag a tall, young Gc- rweek before Xmus, ft no suits, man, with a rich brogue. Ho will Overcoats, Hats, Boots and Shoes nt weigh about ono hundred aim sixty-fiv- e pounds. Ho will doubtless bo your own price, at tho Trade Palace. M, M. Kah.v. captured during tins week. d Ear-dropj, d Tuesday night. It U rumored ii'im.ij; the knowing ones thai he is seriously uiug uuikiug a venture in the millinery business. ' Mr, nnd MrsW. H. Blankensbip gao their dniighteT, Miss Berlha, a party lat Satunl.tr night in honor of hei sixteenth birthday. A most enjoyable a!!air. Tho school bero'is in a flourishing condition under tho caro of Mr. Stevens and Mis3 Chapman. Mr. R. P. Hooker visited Hartford "' Wednesday. , night con-tem- cnsliip. Rev. E. E Pain i"ts;ag. il in an iutcrffctiiig ieival ui G'luii Fred, lay hn ;.c.tton a h.:.,"u Sj trip to ButlCM' fiiii'itj llio first of the week. Mr. J. II. Barnes went to Louis-Sund- .v r ay ictuniing URSI0N TO THE t ti A? HARTFORD TRADE PALACE. w it; ' yi y says; , Tuesday's Courier-Journ- al Jas. O. Bacon, of Madisonvillo, Ky., and Cicero M. Barnett, of Hartford, Ky.. have been appointed United States store-keeper, SAIL INTO Tho Now Circuit Judges. - wile-beatc- i. Get your holiday meils at tho Hartfoid House. Only 25 cents. W. E. McFariahd's Auction House is the placayf) sell your tobacco, Selling nt iiion is growing moie popular wjfjf furmors eveiy year, more cspecrjly 6luco tuo torniaiion of tho Oweusuoro Tobacco Association, which furnishes protection to both hujer nud seller, Tho law of the Association says that if buyer nnd seller cannot agree as to whether or not tho tobacco comes up to Bumple sold by, that a icputnblo rind certify to same, shall nnd both sample,) shall bo laid before n rccluuatioii committee, who slnill tcttlo tho matter! Tina, wo think is perfectly fair lojboth buyer nnd seller and will cuuwj many to sell their tobacco at auction that never did beWo uro prepared to break fore. Ilhd, tobacco, aiftd trust tanners at a distance will givo mo a liberal patronage, os it has long since been conceded that tho Owensboro market is a? good as auy ui the State. Argument is unnecessary, jfjijst watch for prices weekly in this Fer, Resp'y, W, E, JjWsj'aw.and, Owensboro, Ky. .'id Bt. just below court house. MBr wekk'h BAI.V., Prior lenf from 82.00 to 89,00. " lugs " 82.00 to 80.10. Have sold but little Biirloy from 8.1 for leaf aud lugs to 83.20 for leaf lugs. Attention Farmers. conYesterday's Courier-Jonm- al tains the lollowiug: "Tho President sent to the Senate tho following nominations: To bo United States Circuit Judges as provided by Section 1, Chapter Ol7, Uuted States Statutes at la.e; Wil li.im L, Putmnu. of Maino, ior the second-cla- ss fn.--t Judicial Circuit; Nathauinl Shin-uuiof Connecticut, for the becoud: George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania, , ., nhf,M , , , for the third: Nathan Golf, of West Virginia, Fourth; William II. Tnft 10 dozen mens fine finished soft crush Hats from ......-.- . 65c,. ujj. of Ohio, Sixth; William A. Woods, 1 i) dozen Hats, 8 different styles, frpru mens lino Felt , , . . , ..OjJq.j.un. of Indiana, Snvcnth. .,.3ficvtq 65c. , "Warren Turntt, of Orogau, Unit- IS doz'cu boys and chilrou fine'Hnts from . ed States District Judgo for the DisA lot of the finest mens white linen nud fancy Shirts from. . .87o. to $1,75. trict of Alaska. A fancy worsted mens Dress and Business (Suits from .95. to,,15. "The two DjnincraU aio Dallas An nil wool mens Cheviot Suit, said for $10. now at i.$7,5Q. ami Putman." h Largjs! dUm Tradi flg E9139 ifl M4 ' Comu o the House that to buy (he best Goods for little money learrisff f. r "V ii and not the or big money. nicrchaiidie , ......... Holiday Rates. and HUt '1)1 On December and January 1, 1802, for tho Holidays, the LouUvilltt, St. Louis and Texas ami Louisville, llardinsburg and Weatorn railway i will soil tickets at one and one-thi- rd faro for the round trip betwoen nil their stations, good fo- - rotiirn jms-sa- gu until Juiiimry f, lb02. ioii we snow A few Kersoy Overcoats, bought at 812. now at. v. . ..19.18. A few light mid medium weight Melton Overcoats, satin facing. . t$5.05. A nice bluo Rassiueo Overcoat, only a few left, for ".t6. An nil wool Ulster, long tail, made especially for ltidiug purposes. . . .4.15. An nil woo! Fitchburg pantaloon, uever before in this place, $3.50. Tho best men Shoes in the market for,.-- . .92. the oooDSr r ........... -- i ... .,...,,.., .- -. .i.... FOft" PIR3T CLASS BLAOKtSMH-niN- , 0UK PRICES AND QUA' ITIES do ihe SELLING. The beat lino of Mend and Boys BooKs, all full Block, from $1:75 upA Pali! for Gash r Conf ant Wheat at tlie Water Suits and Childrous Clothing? BEAVER DAM, KY. Overcoats all sizes still selling at slaughter prices. . The best over brought to Wo liave a good for as little money. Where can yoigWt, supply of FRESH Coat,Pants andCanj for $1,001 Only atwn Drugs, Groceries and mAm Christmas Goods. L.!" itrt L.'H. Leach &jBro. ljyc.'' J. D. WILLIAMS, 00 TO Hrffil artf . Si Bi:da, Kv. M "V i r EHHV'M) "uim .riMv . VH-- V - N. PcflpMoft1 t r.J t tr ''t - :tI'5-- .. wry.1.? u .4.-, 2 J. ol VV !Uv maacKKaMtafcBMMniutKiKaiBte i UETartford Republican FIUDAY, DEUKMUEK 18, 1S!)I. How to Live Long. The body limy bo loukuil ut a living nitiuhiuc. delicate and cumpli-catciu fitriicturc.uiuili! to run u ycure or so, but liable by bad uiunayciiiont to bu ileriingid 'uiid brought to uutimely destruction, write Dr. Francis Tiunblet. That drunkards, dubuuchevs, gluttons, and the devotee ot'bcnaual jjleusurea generally do nut live out half tlieir days is plain to every one. Hut ull continuous physical transgression, however iouocent it may ecetu, ia followed by a like retribution. Such is the punishment which overtakes multitudes who overwork their brains and underwork tlieir muscles; of not u tew who waste vital energy with anxiety, fret and utntunicd care, of many who overlook the great law of their physical being that makes daily recuperation depoml on the interchange of work and rest. Even ministers of the gospel not unirequenlly allow faithfulness to end iu a fatal mental strain. One of the signal facts counected with many forms of physical transgression is its tendency to weaken the vital stamina of the transgressor's offspring. 'J lie leait a child can ask of its progenitor is a fair chance of life. To squaudcr the inheritance of one's offspring is vastly worse than to squander its large aticesfal estate. We can have no muie valuable than a good heredity an lougevity, and if this has not descended to us it is gcuerally because ancestors, more or less remote, have squandered it. Sueh an inheritance gives constitutional vigor, keeps its possessor safe amid almost every form of microbic disease, secures the needed recuperative energy in case of attack, makes life worth Jiving up to the normal end, renders old age green and sunuy, and keeps up, iutelectual activity to the last. . Mr. Gladstone in his ninth decade is more than a match for most men of filly at their best. No one would guess from the latest products pen, or from his geof nial spirit, thai ho bad been for an octogenarian. After all, care is necessarv to the prolongation of life, not anxious care, but care to avoid harmful transgres sion. Mr.Gladstone still keeps up vigorous jihyqical exercise and Dr. Holmes uses his great kuowlege on the laws.of health to keep him not merely alive, but in good working condition.) O liuti-driwell-mean two-yea-- A fow miintnor visitors at Clot- .li M,MaaUMi"r?i2.rtt.VtTtf Th nay lln.or.-.- llir ",w 11." cunus, irunia, urarins, niNOPUFFS, v . Afewjw iiio u giM-i- loriitry boy center, Miisa., lmvn bad tho j;o H and Ml cnlrnnnnt, aluolulclr rumored by applied to lliomiH'riiitt'iiJent of a west- luek to gut into a siilltft of that ern railway for work, and, somewhat' town and to ten 11:1 unco fitnonly ii against the Uki I iitoiiilcnt'ii wish, on of tin- - tinnier to life unit limb coltu'liiiii of Ilnartli J ukjii sucli oeonpatloti, wiwiflven Tlioio oaiU i..i jii T A jiliico as lirakeuiiiti of a freight train. JtTioi the unqualified tnilortemenl of our lead,11 IV 111 1!l I I II On ono of his first trljM it happened III.. liM Itll' II 'j9lin. C. E. Dinkimht, O'thttr ttali Bank, that his train mi I another freight Ircl'l tiiem iroiu t.iy i in1 .ij mi.tiuj. SXi1 HlArtnn. Iu Inn.. Ram at a station wheio the side track wus 'One tmtti curtil a very bad cam of blood (ravin I havu luiiiu; iii tli ir 'i b iiiirnins en rcaro fur hleh I hr since Ixvn otTtrwi 3). I not Ion;,' enough to accommodate cither I would ma do wuuoui it ir coai o,w a wnur. of them. Thu conductors were debating ji i Haul placii utr tio.u'ly a century, IIV Ante hunilrcili of tueh Uttimoniali. which train should back up to a olnt ami tint Price, SMO pcrbottlr. Auk yourdruBrt.trbrlt. Ifj miners of tho loft lefilMil DO How noi kpcp li,.riiu us 12 ic uainiw) lar inai ooj, they could las, when tho new where 'f')M fur tin1 I'ullcetio.i. Tlio other IV. B. IUIV & CO., AVl.ltciinU, N. V. hand ventured to Mingest that neither tSTBTaU.n iiiii Hi nil niiirm EWKSSKtlKIIIIKITITS should hack; that thnj; could pass each niiiatneiits of tho room aro old tbe.i-t- er liininiiiinimii ottier by means of the shot t side track if posters nml early newspaper cuts. tho thing was managed right. . p. Tho idea excited a good deal of laughter on the part of tho old trainmen, hut ? E1TU 'rCm W 1 lis the boy stood his ground. ? I'M "Well, how would you go about it?" " 13 H a? ttoi H ;vif;a I i j g mnTa.a.3:SEH.a."Mtt--n-- oi-ion.- f I I Li unocco IIUiluLOly LAW1E(& QUINN'S OINTMEN 11 XM as.SaK? "3k?JrWi li'iyo.i Inoivt'sat it I. "ncitvth ii tJjjjurvMuS flili;; '.M'.iiiua.it'uitLavcnfa.Uii.-ontiio- J in ' no'l il ir 1 J often rum iiitoL'onsun.Dtlci iindS i & m ,J Vera .- t r - ' in: - 2 a'axp-iiB:- Uf3 GfiDE'J? Anil,..,.. fi- -i m u- -3 ii w;:i ail j n t f -- irHOllS a" Wm asked one of tho conductors, confident that tho lad would soon find himself ugftlnst a Htmnp. Tho boy took up n stick and traced In the sand a diagram to illustrate bis plan. "Good giawlonsl" Haid tho conductor, "I bsllevu that will do it!" And It did do it. Today every trainman In America probably knows how to "saw by" tvo loin trains on a rbortaido track, but it is not so generally known that tho till ir was never done until an inexperienced cotiMtry loy, who is now tho managT of u great railway line, worked out the problem for himself. Washington Post. An Kipenalta? y y f wf tor Uoiiglia, rohU nnit lonsumptton n lieyona quesuon tho greatest of nil' r Jlidoni IMnedles? It will stop a Cough in ono iilgiit. It will check nCold in Ijadny It willprornt Cioup, n'llcvo ALtlima and euro Couiumption if taken f Rin time, " Youci.n'lnirotil to Id without ii " A S3 Lent Iiottlo may save j ou f RatOI Dnetiir'a liilh mnvrcive vntirlifit i As!: vnlir ilru'relst for if. nrii!inl ?tu W II. 1 loount: it Co., ! J V.'i ,t Droadway, New York, For boo!;, at) a c s.s tt caiBio'C bis n a a a a u t, ra c d b c c sub XJ fit9arjixamz9aajutfeLKn m MftriMtjiinB.i n ... DR, ACKER'S iMJt' r "iTSTARTEZD Wlffl A 00LD.,fi .. t.in.i Cnn to npclivt In .m. -vou i nfTonl:. ....rse .: "you r.nn j"tlmt awaro v"a ..iiiiouoaiuiaiiiinuar vro OLBSi REMEDY ,; .ri ihubi: "sscs;.i iiiiii iimmiiini !! STORE FIXTURES, C3"Aik f TERRY M'F'O CO.nashville,tenw. cioj. Adjustnblo Extension StauJ. Tho legal voiors oi'tlu ilnrtford voting product aro hereby notified t lint an bo holdon and po'ls opened )iirpose at tho vogula-- voting place of tho said voting precinct on o.oo-tioiMvi'l P . i--t THE ; foi-tha- t Jf & --A aaw 1 2-5- --- OOO 19 YEAR OLD mm --- r ''',i5Y fcW Jm LARGEST V-'- AND BEST FAMILY WEEKLY MOMMY. For the .S.lNtMiiY"--. of .52. suh-scribiim' H vcu Good meale or it a trinl. said Company's charter and tho proposi- tj 0. UOYCE, Publisher, CtilCACO, ILL. 'tj tion submitted by said Company lo the '.' f yscr NowdcrJcr cr lltmboy the l.cdsor, Ohio County Court on tho 4th day of No- - ;;:s n;t handla us, anil we willask. them to wnrt ta t.'.'.i H jvembor, 1891, which said proposition is pt i a sdo. Speck to your Newsdealer about It. EmsJrmA Um itluSUnd. Ilowrr Li tur. mow on record in the Ohio Countv Clerk's forckrr ruMl hlbt Helbt ailendx). t Inthri. ixiiahiiprdK.u. rriof.ts. St, KirLraAco.tiu- 'Office in order book 19, of the Ohio Coun- fn, COPIES WEEKLY 2.2 5.00O M GATUtJOAY BLADE - ty Court, pages 554 to 557, inclusive. DOfi 0. Her llubby't Tracliln(t. i' IJirS. nf,r.i II 2.00 inn Friend Why do you get married so in.i'5Tr:cn b cent newspaper printeo.vr ant person oettikq us H Said election will bo conducted in every '. ,, mi . SFLIK soon after the death of your husband? nui a inu l' '.". m.AriE FPEE. Widow My dear, if there was any r n respect according to tho i.iw regulating' the . OiaSo nco. ono thing that my poor dead and gone Tllnrlo. 3zizxzrj!aBS2SS!sczsainssmmmBS2 . husband insisted upon, in season and .t-- general election of County Officers in tho ."nc out, it was tiiat I Bhonld never put off ii:. till tomorrow what I could do today. ZI2ZSZ v. New York Weekly. State of ii'cntuoky. wtT h2 rfS".V..;; Done in pursuance to an order of the ' j A' 3 0STGR IKfflBKTflorcT s Commercial Hotel, tOr5trore Ohio County Court, tho 4th day of Novom- MJ k:M & is the machine that ber, 1891. CENTRAL CITY, KY. Given under my hand as Khor-- j nmF-rtT'HIS used in the Office, R. R. PAXTON, PROPRIETOR. a fever, biliousness Ohio County, Kentucky, this'4th dayi y m and for reporting jiff of been repaired and newly Has just PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL of November, 1891. lectures and sermons. furnished. Located close to Depot. MALARIAL DISORDERS, XI. A ! v-- lte Inllriulty. I happened to bo iu a Broadway optician's store and saw a good looking, well dressed matron with a slip of a girl and a unall boy, all of whom worn spectacles. The lady gave tome dlroct'i.M about a pair of glasses, anil when eIio had gone I asked the optician whether defective vision is hereditary. "Barely," said he. "That lady has four children, and all of them mnst wear glasses. Tho father's eye-- i are sound. Tho mother and her children are afflicted with astigmatism, a defect of the vision which is iiln. t as rare as anything that afflicts tho dtmian eyes. It makes straight lines crooked and parallel lines fade into one. S(ecial glasses must bo made and ground to suit each person, aud sometimes tho respective eyes. They cost tivo dollars apiece too. So you see a large family of children with astigmatism costs a good deal of money in glasses alone. As the children grow up tho range of vision changes, they break or lose their glasses oftener than adults, which increases tho expense." New York Herald. the taking sense of tho loguJ voters thereof npon tho proposition of tho said voting product for One Hundred and Ninety (190) Shares, of One Hundred Dollars each, of the Capital Stock of the Fords-villHartford and Southwestern Cailroad Company, according to tlie terms of the )iirposo e, .join I 4 M Ttlt wklM j? 4rj a int if e3 ISI FREE mi ! w mgk Story ILLUSTRATED in the: united Fmir 51 ONLY yii.ti"! i All othtr Story PROCESSIOM AHD VI51TF. FOR m sinPLc rta" $2.00 PERptrYEAR Vmf. fpf S3.0O Paper states. Free kfS GUP 1 THE CHICAGO LEDGER, L.n lUwk Bund, Wunlo StAiil, Album Blbl SUnd, stand, aim Ijimp, Htatid "trior. Xibntry. Office. Pictloiuirf and flnlah, M Inrhtf. and LaML Hani wood. Weight It IM.I alar of lop II II Waahlngtoa Blture Maa lloatun. Mae rmmWmMwm i HAS Tr , . . WriYCEKLY ririFC. KOVSPAPEII IN THE TmvNS. K CENTS iu VVRITF THE LARGEST PROVEO PAID CIRCU- IT IS SOLD BY NEWS S, A COPY. OR PEII YEAR. IT IS FOR . .wY WIIFnF fmSbsZ A9E NOT NOW SAMPLES. CTC. AMD AODREJI. . -- - y" U -, - ; j .TT ...-L- . ,' ! I ? Court-roo- first-clas- s lunch. Give t How to set a Table. ijiilles Home Journal. ri 38 State Sup'ts of Schools nml College Presidents. tUV HKNY AYBITOMN OF DKATI1 the leadintr tho School Hooks Nearly all Tired leeliiij,'. dull hemluclie, piiiiiH Eublislicd in this country aro Webster, ns attestki vuriutu )nrtH of the body, sinking ed by tho leadintr School Book il 'if ilii) Ntomucli, Ion ofappe-tit- , Publishers. ut tb JJOOO more Words and nearly fnveiinhiieM, pimples or sores, are 8000 more Engravings than all ptNiliveevilencuof poisoned blood. any other American Dictionary. No mutter how it became poiwned it mnf Ixi purified to. avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Wood E izir has never failed to remove htouIouh or syphilitic poiinn. Bold under positive guarantee by Z. Wavne Griflin & Bro. ' ' A round table is better than a is i square - table, tf the diiining-roo. large enough to. permit ,it.- - If not, Aiiiibnnj, Ky J II Davit then the ordinary oblong extension Abbyvillr, ' , Jis Mii'jtjir I. licit table must be used. Tun round ta" !h L 2"Lbr. ble U much more preferable and cub-ie- r II lllnukfiMp II to tfeat people at, besides ,t( gives a Heaver Itout ; ' Haiiiiton suggestion of the famous "King Ar- IStij CHjli, " thur mid the Knights of tho ltoiind L'lnrkum, " ST I'furh Table." A few prominent rociety CunnjtiUf, ' II 1,'iHj ia women still cling to the old fashioned A" iyiiillh ienlfitiiii'ii " long, narrow tab'c. Flowers should " Unify Tni'lri. j Crrnlvo, never be absent from the dinner table. , Ctiilntl Cit'i S I! JiUhnp t Xo matter butt homely, thry add to Niun . .V iris Ciiiuiierll, " the picturestipucss of the feast. i'clOlS, I) J DllllCilll " Let us see how a table is set for n Fmilwllf, " ) Smith. fashionable, dinner party. On the Iluitim, ' F I) Sumlnfur, table is, first placed u. I hick flunuel Unite tifunrh Ilnlnit A MHifr cloth, the thicker it is the better, us it Licermore, " II" G Xeidm prevents noii-- of the dishes us they LeiteliftM," II W huj. arc placed on it. Over this is spread JjOhhville, " (' .1 I'eiiJhttm. a fiinay.wliitu table clutn, bearing tho Milium!, " .Si" 5hh'i. .Sonic-timfamily crest or cottt Mellenry, " UJ Lnuimi. over this is place.! Mill another Monjaiitiwit, H" 8 Tmjlti: of elaborate embioidery and lace, Mayan, " K II Ilnnliuin lined with pink or yellow satin, us ' M Tmjhif. r,inti, " tuste dicUtes, or what ever color is to Pleasant lliil'ji- 8 A Daniel predominate at the dinner. The Point Pleatant If ' I,'r,l,r. plates are first placed upon tlm table, Itockport, " (lewijr Maihlm As these are to remain until after Itochnter, " A F Stanley eoup is served they are always tho Rotinc, ' 11 U'eililinij Jl handsomest in the gold or china sets, Jlobant, " h'uyene Anil us the case may be. Don't crowd. Select, " Kach guest should be allowed a space, Shreve, " C T Whiliiyhi's inches if the Summit, " WA Deves of two feet or twenty-siAbbAuU table will of it, and the plates placed Sulphur Sp at equal distances apart. 1'luce two dinner forks to the left of each plate. Oil the, .right must be a dinner knife and a spoon for soup. Tho glasses THE BEST INVESTMENT are arranged at the right of each For the rimlly, School, or Profusion! Library. guest on aline with the inner edge of the plate. The water glass is set 'muMaoetiMt"fMU,r i 4 Mf next to the plate. Then glasses for WmmhJ ffSELF i whatever other beveiagcs are intended to b! served. A glass, whdliir id' Has been for years Standard water or any other liquid, should Authority In tho Government Printing Ofllco and U. S. Sutmrer be filled more than preme Court. full. is hijrhly recommended by , , - Whils its speed is create-- than enj other known method, it is so simple that any intelligent person can gai.i r. speed of too or mora words per minute, in five cr ri.t weeks, without the of a:i istr::ter. rr. '. testimonials sc:.t to til vho r.:i!:..-.-i this paper. r C'.-es's-s m mm CENTS FOR SAtE DY ALL DRUGGISTS. a. Sheriff Gi'io Comity, Kentucky S?REPA!IEOByRIC!iAEI)S0K-TAYL88MED.CO.ST,LOUISM- wBaeawhii CT Solo Pitnti:, r- -. riiiiL, G. ax ! . k . sent for U. . '', liiilinril Mdiunli, I'n-"- . ".'.Oil ii I'll. owETCBoa: ino:iAi r,m: U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, L'y. For Catologuo and Prices, writo tho Manufacturers, Mexican Mustang Liniment Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co., JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. $ Security For 0. JDeposits 2-75,00- win T'ajr iwiwiii iiinnTiiriTi i i ii r vuTzct syayy A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. pain reliever. Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Fanner, the Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective liniment. No other application compares with it in efficacy. This remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a boMle of long-teste- . irrjTgi A d bRnWHHIiViHHiIiHHiIiIiVIB crs a m (1 o .i si n I s. e iy . So- Werelmiiis Iii(ui Sjjrci-aliy- on i'mna ili'pusiis. LAWSCN -! ti 'aiti Nvcll-knoN- licits yoin haziness T.WO, Cn.h!or Mustang Liniment. -- - .. ;w Llltt WJ. WEEKLY HUlli.. Tho PERFECTION of SIMPLICITY and ECONOMY of POWER. Tlio Mot Hucrrmful Itrmcdr orordUcor. trod, as It ii crrtnlD In IU effects aud docs uut bltitcr. Head proof Ulow I Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it NO CIIATXW. VARIABLE STR-'"- -. WEBSTER wasmfosz' -- of Rovolvln ' Loarlnnrs. Boot Hill Cllmblnjr and all around Safoty mado. O.A.T.AX.Oa-TJ'- XO GE.VH8. only two sots Kendall's Spavin Cure. J. KriDALi. co.t Willi tho irrfntot aillafaotlniilliatl liirormoutliiktIhaTccun'lthir(uwlnKillraaiii! Htvei'noy.Hliaiilili'r.lolnl .lolnt l.iiini'ui-- .I Mini-- . Hull, liiiinriima In I'liro loot, imi working nu linmrnraa and will curu Hint all with Kruilalls N acnta-- !tl l,aiMoiii-a,htllllllp-.liil- Va. n. I.ITTU Hock, Arte , Auk. W. tKX f'l-",- V r? v v- - :& Year, 75c. 3TI13CB!. G q Lin 6 Months, 40c. v C SMITH. MACHINE CO. SM1THVILLE, 11 HU CHEAPEST pfEU .! Published. Contu'iio I ho no wo of tho world ;:; to duto of publication ; Read- li;j Mutter intoroetlng and to ovory homo; to Music, Song, Art, o JcIjuco, Agriculturo and and contrl-"oti-io- rs Com-moroi tHtVllCHT i three-quarter- s It ileliabto Market Reports. SPECIMEN TESTIMONIALS. The Ifew York World yi NNbier i iiiotiiatreriiiiilyioqceaedto b. tSt but. TteBOStOl Qlotg JH W.biter Is tho TheAuaaUOoaitltiitloa Pnomii- SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! Make Your Homes Happy. Sample Copies and Promium Lietmallod frooto any addross. Agonts wanted ovory whoro. Addross ac- ia.p j!WBIIIUi for frifcE, . . mmm f IS THE BEST. .pm,ii,v.iiiu,i iiuui. niuiviniii aurvn iinrsaiauil. uib nearly na Inrxo m a lieua eiw nu 1 mmiiletelr itopticd the l.iinenoi and rciinod tho enlarKo. crjr iiaru eier iiiu iwh ..,v ni'invinhown iiurnulAnicucsa neither any atnce.bo uever ha can I boo any dirterenco In tho Blzo or thn hnrlc. Youra truly, r. D. COOLKV. prion paid for country prodifce. Good Vusspiigcraceommodutioiis.-Sum- a old price for Kendall's Spavin Cure. rich and poor $1.00 each way. 3 our patronage solic- Moito Vhto, Colo., Poo. SI, ISM. Dn. n. J, Keituu. Co., HnosbiirKli l'alli, Vt.i ted. Oent-lOtf, th .ar ISSI ItrcatulMltli Keiulall'a Highest JfiisJlfii Iu HlHiTin Cure. It tlio Iwat Mnlmrnt for ninnor It to nil Imrao brnt I liniorTer utl. 1 owners. Hiinealhnt I Iiut without our l.lnlment wuiilU northli n. I tinvo (rlenila who naa It ror Hiniilim anil llrulai-nml cun-- tin in. They ny It l th Ixat llipyeTcruicd. Vouialrul), E. U.S. NVKLW. SFROM BEDA .. .. JUWNIWT, TO OWENSBORO,: Proprietor. wwwwwi 4 mmyo ummM weeoer and qultivator o HS V 'Jy IH- - J'rler $t per bottle, or six bottles for .til ilrituul'ti Imve It or run It for you, or It will be. aenl to inyitt nil. ilreti on receipt of price by tho jirojirle-tor- t. $3. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburoh Falls, Vermont, Agents Wanted! A. l.OZIIIKIl&CO., 11. jV amiiTQ- - ?KirWifllryW'Tflll'iaW!CTWCTffWrWBy AGENTS WANTED. "rVT SEND FOR FREE DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST. U aiTCT) -- Boarding. V Mm. Uettie Sanders will bo pleased to furnjidi board to jurymeu ami any ono who. may bo at ..nd knowledged standard la Uxlcograpliy. y.i NVabmcriiu lonjnnwilndroiiulhorltjr In our office. Tlia Calcago Ialar Ocaaa yi NVeutcr' ""TJnT5rTJjrniar.maJlT.Jn tho atandard. The Kew OrUtiu Tuaaa Daaocrat yi 'IiiIomi!o IXwluic, &P A ,T4 Lj JI'N-OJ- .' AJsTC) fh-it- ,t CLEVELAND, O. !I0 .Supi'ii'ii . Ht. y f,rmi.. !. i.l mil...-. !fl!ikii)Msp,ak,1 j :dbce TirnsnrvEiRS.L "Vn7"behdeh "NV33A.11K, wnm tte nivs in .4omii y ' 33"X no wxstr "Acnuir" NOIITII mu cz tmtta nxua roi sxiut K N. MI. oo. r:t WH ' The vninrMr.twrJTiilJiorilyTrouron1c. Wew York TribBBatyn nisrocogntied Itemctuber the place, MuttbcffR Houwjust above tho , T- tending court. C. III. Engllih lanjuajo tJI or.r Ui world. Sold by (II Dookiellcri. Tunphlct frrr. C. MBWAal A C0..Pub'ri.6priDn.ld, Hut. llhiunotir57uI.xlllnit "word-look- f Ipuisuille IMVO.OO onner(;ial IiOuiaviUo. a Hr post-offic- e. - tfjhe.,C'ur,U Klfluev nml Hack. warfauled tigivc wtia- Wlpii hi every case or ninuey return- aie uy u. u. wan, VV Dr. Fetllier'ii Katy Ike 0 et Ur. iUk, y tm 4A trtlat We iian rwrtwrtiaiaiaWii.f Uyuff (iBNtl ibwrk. TkUieat. aW unucv W lllll feral rtttaien an Mrft)altff f t ffiruiJ tl oaVtM wr 1Iiif wrfti tuair hi.imih . K WHlrltlUt,krfrHirMrr.Ar nrfc, ! Vl eu.iMa ia mtir blmumturttik yomittt. v IVK asrulaf frtm Ml U llUl IIarUaa ttfHMk fitaa Aunlaiasad up aiUa. taulia ta. c4-a tir It brlns piil ir Jnhn k. UwIwlu,1roN altvirtk Igr bt, tJtr, ma makt luuih. by I wt tea leaeli vqUiklf htr Umii trciuflta tktrt, in4nort titvu ( tttdr !rtti, all fff. In toy ert.f , Hutu UmtHrai. )uh ran cuaiiuvaeaal kwHtr. air .! ta luaj alt yvwr tlmit ipara wtaat 11411 r.r Utawtrk. AllUt.vw. Urtat U.llulUlt.i'Ot.it'i.s U. .It'iw rnutiovr &lk lut,.r. lima aid .tnrl7M.lail i ran in.- - iiiuc. I in iiiwn.j ir ,w- rr. I llir MnkhAM n apioaf uini. iilw,.i,,Urrul.rarlltlilararria. M AiLiln, .,., Ii) Ai, 4 Ji.... I'. n. 1,lo.l, C'hlo. llrr.ar.il.li(M""',l Wl'7 fi,u,Hrn i,nrrHO.IU I. i.l I. ). ii tfUila lli 1.1 Ik l)4 lit i ln,t.ii ti lirr. i r ) i ii tr. Mm be Hlnn.n'ia.llr ran Inn fieaiflto FPta.lji.JlltiKi-- lts. to Mmi In tor? Sjie id Siio, iSrOld l'ictuicsCnt!cl and Enlarged A Hl'KClALTY. Rtltdio on Main, between Louis & Diiviot ytrcpts, :57n-l- ! Tho aoaLs V mmMm OHbK WtwlllrBratthoiOTEtt,"lTi8nE81odol)tttrwfl, i(,oiurllinii,aiuliir - nriX!J:()hOt T'livi AT HaHHaPIIIIH asu u ii caaicr ann in ! tlm than any otntr maebint m mo worn, narranted nra etra, and II It don't wain im dolhti clean without rubblae. m will rirond th oonir. w ' A7 $ n sl n El H Gf31 f AGENT6 WANTED'0 tiaLaln hrt. lull Me Mart jrou, furniakli CASILY, Ht'SkHILT Uan-rVAUrtLVLkUA kliiu. AddraHaian.il. CO., tUBTUat), MiUk. .1UM13 TtiTHerkir, lj h AndtlioM troubled wltli nervouiuci rciuUlnff from caro or overwork will bo relluved by taking liltteyat Gaiuino Jlrown'ii liu irnde mark .Ddcroclri)llnca oo wrapper. Keuralglo Persona r Iron Iro l.rol.cn tlmn I hm i u'r.Nr!torlioiw.-liocurc Iti'ONVli'tl Iron rvliullib tlio k)ttviu, ii Mi ilUi'lou. ri'inmct of bllv.iuiitiirMi.ialaiiu UuUliuucuuiuo Jlttci bSTowm till Wither. Itttall prlct, only IS. Bampl. () CobWttf KllMrOKB; A' ilHtSRJSi. Penclr ? WRINOKUS atmanufactorera' prlcat. W InfUa tb (Irlctut Inintlpalbn.' fitsd your tddrtil on BOtUI tut Mr . r , lurther particular. ,h,iK,SM1ttre,ltR''om,oaiMprottlunrmat' mikl200 totlOOtntlnirlhawlnlr. rHli. V... ...a, a,.M tiling ..r'JVr .. lot I.OVELL WASHER CO., Erie, Pi. u - "V "&$ ii .Law L ' lT! ti'iiAl . a