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OFFICIAL OROAH OF THE PARTY III THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERUS-S- 1..S Per Annum, In Aimct, $1.25 per year." VOL. IV. HARTFOHD, KY., FRID.AY, JANUARY 8, 1892. tho young Snake whoso sister had been shot with mi arrow had become n wnr chief, an old Snake was coming lnmc one night carrying n bundle of wood. He was very old and very good, Hut he was tired climbing up the mesa with his henvy load. lie eat down on a stone nnd was thinking. His heart was very heavy, for tho war had been going against his people, and the Syks had been able to get water for their land, and the corn While ' he eat was ready to plant. then thinking n spirit came to him. It was tho girl who had been shot by the Syks youth ns she sat nt her window. Shu told the old man that tomorrow the Syks would plant their corn, and all tho men in tho tribe would lie in the fields, for that was the ciutiini of the people, She told the old mail to r;o the war chief and get him to lead the Snakes against the Syks as soon in the sun was up. So the old man took up his bundle of wood, and it was not heavy any more, for he could hear the cries of the Syks ho had Killed. As soon as the chief heard this lie was very glad. He called all his people 'ogcthcr and they went into the khevas and painted themselves and prepared for battle. In the morning, before the stars went out, he led his men down to the Syks town, whcic the towers stood up in the starlight, and saw all the Syks go out with their medicine men to plant the corn. No one but tho women and children was left in the village. When they had nil goue the war chief hounded down into the town with his men and they drove all the women and children out, but they burned up all the houses and they tore down the two towers. Then the Syks had no place to light and they were driven away from the country. There arc no more, of them in the world, nnd their country and their Bprings are in the hands of the Snakes. When the war chief came to die his men asked him why he had saved the women and children of the Syk village, and he told them the spirit of his sister whispered to him as he lny thcic in the starlight waiiiug for the enemy to go out to plant that there was beside hfr, though he could not sec, the girl who had been killed the His si.'liV day of tho coru dniicn. told him she loved the. girl, and wanted him to keep alive all women and children, nnd take care of them in the village of the Snake. And after that no Snake or .Moqui Indian had over killed it woman or a child. NO. 23. a FAMILIAR TO MOTHERS, , fciw i .. . State Directory Lieutenant loitrnvr Secretary of State Attorney (leneral Auilitcr Treaeurer Register cf Land Office AdJulanMleneral lupt, Public Instruction Cleik MWlie I'rlnle r SIMPSON'S ROCK. 0i Junior J. Y. Ilrown M. C. Allan! (IlyllHInllnnl.) A Monument to the Horoism lleadley W.J. Hemlock Ii 0 Norman -- Henry Hale (I. II. Hwango A.J. (Iron i:. I'. Thomson K A sudden glimpse oi strnnco tilings in a strange now world, A little, jHiny protest 'gniiut existence hurled, A lot nl smile? nnd rocking, and u lot of nclies nnd Mrife, A. Addiune I'nlk Johnsm Soapsuds tmtli.niid catnip ten Anil that s life. Acliiiiilngliccsnnd butterflies through spring's bright dnrri, daisies in the A plucking gold-cy- cd woodland wuvs. lit- of a Groat Indian Pightor.- Cxchnngr. ' d COTTITTTT nil November. BIBECTSIIT. 4 Circuit Court convenes the tit Monday In May Jii.ll Coiiimonneallh'e Altureey ci,.k ComsaTa'aloner Jmlte Attorney citric ii.riflV::.::...:. A little bread nnd nugnr, icid n tle lues nnd rife, COXTiTTTT COVRT. J 1' Mirlnn Mud pies and broken dolls rem " And that is life. Iluwau llulbrook JPII.rretl , -- J Noe C llardwlck. Ll'l.ittie j,H,r I Courleonfrnntlif lit Monday in each month. 111 1"1 unison A little books nnd music, nnd an Cowl convenes t! 3rd Momlny Airil, July iil OiMolr. Cs-J.l- January, and t Court hejina the let Monday January. Bl1 of Clevlxaas. In Octolr "art" or two, 'A sweethenrt, nnd a long dress, and some gum to chew, "Will you A ring nnd n love-luttc- , June. September Jitatlca's courla held In M.n-lipecenber, at per dates Opposite the names. TWXZGJZ'B COVRTO. 4.3, J, i: HcKlndley,constable. I. Tailor I II V bo my wife!" A wedding veil und bridal tour And that is life, A little home nnd dishes, nnd some rooms to Bwcep, A lot of tumbled castles, and n lot of tears to weep, .Some joys as sweet as heaven, some pnins keen as a knife; j I iV 'r.ip.p A 4 4. 4. I.tuaa, iiihiu. FaiMfiLia laaiitt. aVatarear, TO Neleonconatable. (IIKMuArtt, I, 1, I, I. J Chambers, 3, 7, t, J W I'ajua conitablii. , 7, 7. I Perry ltennett. 7. J ICJackton.il, HJ hteiem, IC, le.tt, It. 19,14,14. . KTltendi nBTaylo consume. a, , , . Then creeping down 'the shady side' And that is life. A (SI. Jci WMMId, II, II, IteoW ICowe countable. Kulkeraon, WM .ulry, 11, 10, , o. II K JeUar, in. , I, . W P Miller constable. li, II, II, II. II, II. CUKIOUS LEGEND. a,eile. Pa)ll Camta. H 1 na.raa lUa.-- JJ C Vllt:liell, Jiid.-- ! Daniel, Jn.lue; Halrd, JuJite; Held. Judre. J vlwliL. Kat'ltULa. Uaatroaa.-- A J Jaa W W A lajlor, I'.nlel. Itolllntf. Savage Retribution of the Indians of Arizona Feud of Syks and Snakes. J I. II snarthet. P Thomas, lliarahal. marshal. Ilirear.-Klrl- ila U O Rama l'rwder, julxi Moaning of "SUyatky" Why tho Old war Chief Spared tho Womon and Children of a Hostile Tribe. (iiraK( lleruld.l titer t'opnljr OMeera, ..........-- J a.aolNiiperiMsiiuent Caiaoar.- -. 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Hut they were not. so old as the Snakes, who cum - much earlier, and lived up on the mesa. The Syksaud the Snakes quarreled over water, and the young stingers of the Snakes came over from Wa'pi and tormented the Syks, for they could throw so true as (o hit a bird in a tree. So the Syks put up two towers in their village, and after that they had the best of the fighting si long as they remained at home, lint they wero not content with that. They wanted to destroy the Snakes so there would be plenty of water. One day a Syk prowled about Wnl-p- i, the village of the Snakes up there on the mesa, nnd he saw n maiden at She was a beautiful girl, a window. Her and the daughter of a chief. brother was the bravest man in the whole Moqui tribe, and when he was older he would become the principal chief. The Syk took Ids bow and arrow, and when no one was looking he leaped upon a rock and shot the maiden. His arrow went through her neck. Then her brother's heart was very heavy. Ho loved his beautiful sister and resolved to avenge her death. But he did not say what he meant to do. Ho waited till tho Syks celebinted the corn dance and ho attended it. It was the custom for alt who took part in tho games at this festival to wear helmets which hid their fares, that no one might tell who they were. Tho brother was alone in the Syk town, but he wns not afraid. There was no one in tho village who could run so fast as ho nor any one who could throw him down. Ho won tho prize, and then, as that was tho way of tho Syks, he selected from among tho women wntching the sports tho most beautiful maiden and he climbed up to where she. sat in tho wnlloftho tower. Ho had in his hand tho token of his victory in the games, and tins ho offered to her. As she leaned forward to rcccivo it. smiling upon him, uud while all the pcoplo wondered who her bravo lover might be, he drew his stone knife nnd killed her. All the Syks sprang up and cried out when they saw her fall. They wet-- mad, because they believed this must bo n Snake. Then they were surprised, for ho throw off the helmet and thoy saw it was tho brother of tho girl who had been killed. And the maiden he had stabbed was tho only sister of tho bowman who had slain tho girl in Walpi, All tuo Syks darted after him, but he climbed swiftly up tho wall of tho mesa, Btopping only to cast stones nt them from his sling till he reached his home. Hut tho Syks raised an army and began again tho war against tho Snakes., Tho battle raged every day nnd every night. Not it man from either tribe could go away from home, for his women mid children would ha killed while ho was goue. Many pcoplo were killed while tending their gardens or flocks, and tho coru of the Syks could not ripen becauso, the Snakes would not let thorn havo water enough to fill the ditches. Alter a great many years, when SIIILOrrS COI'GII and Con- sumption Cure is sold by us on a It cures consumption. rimr.iiitj). Sold bv Z. Wavne Griffin & Bro. A Nice Gamo. DenitH-u- lllmtliniirrt-- t A new game called "Editor's Delight," is played in this wise: Take a sheet of ordinary writing paper, fold carefully nnd enclose a bank note sufficiently largo to pay up nil nrre- ages iiixl one year in ndvance. What adds immensely to tho pleasure of the gamo is to send along the uniiie of a new subscriber or two, accompanied by the cash, Keep an oyc on tho editor, nnd if a smile udorns his faco Now the trick works like a charm. is tho time to play the trick. Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately rolieqed by Shiloh's Cure. At Z. V. Griffin & Uro.'s Drug Store. A Little Nonsense. Wenderby "Beatrix, why do you refuse mo when you know a single kiss from those sweet lips would intoxicate mo with delight." Beatrix "Because, George, this is a prohibition town." Boston Post. A Georgia editor who recently discovered a pile of human bones in bis town has decided that they once be louged to men who bad attempted to run newspapers in that vicinity. Atlanta Constitution. "My dear, will you plea'se explain how jour new cloak came to bo set down among the hou schold expenses?" "Why, darling, you nre certainly not going to deny that it is a mantle-pieceAnd you know you told mo to get one." Washington Star. Sho has been to school and college, And acquired stories of knowledge; Holy Wells in England. L'IihiiiIhmh' Journal, J Sho can flirt in seven luuuuges it must be lots of fun. There wero govern! holy wells in I might bo really jealous, old times in London. One was St. But her jilted lovers tell us, Battlebridgc, well, near Though she talks in seven languages, Chad's ' she can't tell tho truth in one. which maintained its reputation inDomorset's Magazine. to this century. It was surrounded in 1824 by a garden with alloys of At nn experience meetiug held in clipped hedges, on the gates of which an Eastern city, tho various speakors was a board with .a notification: told what had been the objects of their '.'Health Restored and Prefcrved.'' ambition in early life. Ono of them Thpro was auother near tho church of had wanted to bo President of tho St, Pancras. But tho most famous United States, another to get rich, was Bride well, which gave its ntimo another to have plenty of mince pie, to the neighboring hospital nnd prisanother to bo u military dictator liko on. On tho coronation cf Gcorgo Napoleon, irnothcr to own a pony, iv,, Humo tcllsjus, "so many thousands another to bo a preacher, another1 u of bottles wero filled with tho water lawyer, another a blacksmith, and from it that inhabitants of tho parOnly ish could not get their usual supply. another a naval commander. two of nil the speakers had attained Tho suburbs' could also boast of many famous wells. Sadler's well wusmoro tho object of their early ambition. ? Out nt Trinidad, Coh, just south of the town, is a huge rock on the top of a hill perhaps three hundred feet high. It is called Simp-sen'Hock, and is ono of the historical points in the west. Indeed, it is a fragment ol history from that time when heroic deeds miulewacrcdby tho spilling of white mail's blood ushered in the safe and prosperous era of win to man's rule. Simpson was a pioneer and came tn the place long before the name of Trinidad was heard. lie was a freighter, and finding muiiy advantages about the spot ho picparcd a home for his family on the bank of the Purgatoir river. Ho had a wife and two boys in his home at Santa Fe; nnd no man ever ruorc lovingly prepared a lodge for his love than this rough driver fashioned a dwelling in Trinidad. He had everything in readiness as he passed through to the east, and meant to bring out his wife and children on his next trip west. But the Indians had risen that fall nnd swept nil the settlemcta down the river. They found Simpson's home just ready for occupaucy, captured the men he had employed to take care of it, and then laid in wait without disturbing a thing till the owner should como. Simpson had seen signed of their ravages, and knew the knife and brand were devastating the country. He circled around his cherished home and saw enough to warn him. He drove to tho foothills, south of the river, and begau preparations for a guarded camp. The Indians did not wait foi barricades, but attacked nt once. The helpers were slaughtered at the first assault, but Simpson, with one canteen of water, fought his way through tho Hue of screaming Utcs and claniercd up the hill They fol lowed ns they could, but darkness fa vo'red Iiiiii.tjihI he gamed the hills, morning early .i.t... found i.:... anil n little further up the hill, killing several(of his. assail-nut- s from n. better coveh In iho nf ternoon they drove him from that, and he clambered a little Higher up. So the warfare went on. He had shot so many they would not leave him nlivc, but they could not cap-turhim. The second night Simpson retreated to the very tip of the hill, rolled n shelter of stones in a spot whero he conld command the oue approach, and waited. Ho had eaten nothing nnd could hope for no food. Tho only chance of deliverance lay in tho possible coming of soldiers to avenge the massacre of settlers. Lying there in tho broiling sun by day and tuc chilling air by night, the grim old man watched slecplessly, picking efl'his enemies as they crept, ouo by ono up tho path. Day after day for a week, without other food than cactus root, with no water than that one canteen full, ho stood off his enemies. He never shot till a head was iu sight, and ho always killed. Ho found it, feeble crawling about bis little fort, on tho evening of the twcltb. He killed three Indians In tho thick darkon the thirteenth. ness beforo tho dawn of tho fourteenth dav he felt rather than saw an Indian at the path, and shot withouta waver. He heard tho voiceless Uto roll dowu the precipice 'and pumped in another cartridge. That was his last. They fonnd him so at noon, his dead eyes wide open, his riflo laying along tho rock, his pinched, heroic frame starved for food and famished for water, so thin that thoy spurned it with their feet. For fourteen days he had fought them, uud then he hud died defiant. Trinidad pcoplo havo raised a cross to murk his grave nud perpetuate tho memory of tho most hopeless, the most surprising fight iu all tho Indian nnnals. s fur-awa- y t. o resort; but Kil uurn wens ami fetrciunam well wero esteemed for their "vertuoiis waters." like the simple fountains in tho Welsh hills. Probably there were once ornamental crosses associated with most holy wcl's. There is an interesting survival of this combination nt where tho Eleanor crora stands close to a spring, which is indeed at tho baso of the steps upon which it is placed. The well is covered with a stone erection of two arches, and a few stone steps descend from the level of the road to give to it. Three statues of the good brave queen look down from their high place, under their cusped canopies, upon the drawers of water who for so many centuries have availed themselves of this spring. It is situated in nn open space among the mellow old houses in the village at a short distance from the church. From an account preserved of the proceedings that took place at Dunstable and St. Albaii on the occasion of tho removal of the dead queen, wo may assume that her remains rested on the very spot marked by the cross. Says the chronicler: "The body of the queen rested iu the marked place until tho king's chancellor and the great men then nnd there present had marked a fittinj place where thoy might afterward efect at the royal expense a cross of wonderful size, pur trior being then present and sprinkling holy water." lu tho case of the existence of the spring may havo led to the spot being marked as a fitting place. From the days wheu Abraham's servants digged wells, and Isaac digged again the wells of water, it is clear these who have lived before us have set the highest value upon them. The numerous spas or spaws, as they were written when Sir Walter Scott wrote "St. Kenan's Well" -- an on a more imposing scale than the little wells here mentioned, but scarce ly more appreciated. .Tho water cure advocatod iu our own times seems bqt another phase of the same feeling ....,.. ,. !. !i..i i.w.ir vr:ii:..... iiiu vwiliiuuim IU inn ii,., n ,ii,i,iiii St. Winifred's well or set Kobert of Gloucester writing of "welles swete look nt anil RolilpiL Ami though-them with new hud sanitary science bids us analyze water, and examine its surroundings with close scrutiny and otherwise treat it. with suspicion before we accept it unreservedly as lit for consumption, we must feel naturo has bestowed few greater' boons on mankind than springs of pure water, or, to uso tho old term which some of them so long enjoyed, our holy wells. Ged-dingt- on, nc-ceGed-dingto- n .,- a place of fashionable ' . i : 'What tho little Darlings Say Just Before 'the Chicago' Trilii'ine.J Kintni-ky- C'lcei'O , Sons ;, SEQRE1X0RDERS: vA wi "cf "Vr&ttsraiies "' So. Xli Jfaxnell Cnmn. 1 Eye- In lnonlli al lids Droop. ' Jai. .I,. Itovtr, Serjeant. . . ',".,-.,- inerln,t.IIrlford,Ky.,econdSaurday, ... ...'-- . r. m. ! C. M. IUanirr, Captala,..;i.. . - neiirlmrar't ' ' That's only blood olf'n my second little toe." "And that." "Jus wheie I slud ofl'n tho barn." "Ami this?" a--, -- a.. 33. M ."'ii ''' , .1 "' ''.V J, WiMtlonNiLL Post, No. S, Department'.'! " Ki 1'ttn.ky, incola every Jhlrd Saturday at 1 o'elok)a , p. m,, In Court-HousI.cltclifleld, Ky. B.A.McSnrnr.AdJ. P. 8. llaciria.Cora. , ' . - "Dirt." Ho is four years old. His mother was getting him ready for bed. Ho had blue, and black, 'and brown bruises all over him. She bathed him nud put on his nightgown. He said his prayers. Then he clambered into the chair opposito her. The expression was ono of angelic pensive-ess. I'ariroN Muaros 1'natNo. I.TJefia-lmenfo- 'f Ken' lucky, mi-ettin) aeco.4 nvery Snturdny-bettr- o Jlundiy nl 10 oVIock a. '. In thecourl.honaa at , Hartford, Hy, J. C. Ciuaar.auir,'ti0.i J. M. Iluiior, Adj. .. .i: ', ' , PROFESSIONAL ' ' J,) ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY'' 2"d.-wlia. T. - 'CARD."''''' - "E2o-w- e "Momma." "Yes." "Will you give paper?" Olenaa 6s mo n .pencil for?" JA.,ci.rvv. Jkafm-mmry-ajBaa-- i. a. a. waasiM, "7v7"ed.dln,g-- i , J and HARTFORD, KY.' "What do you want them This was the leading question. Ho evaded it. "How," he asked, "do you spell Omaha?" Sho told him. "How do you spell policeman?" Sho told him that, too. "How do you spell Ora Green and (Office, OYerAnderson'illaiaur,)' . , ... Will prifetlc-- their provision In all lliecoufta ' " Ohio ami a (joining countlea, and court of Appaala.KI Special attention given tn criminal practice aa , collections, . TVa'rtly v. James' -- A.: KY--. "' ": Attorney, at Law, i HARTFORD, Ebhu Green?" ' Will practice hl profeaslon-lOnio-- Mdadloia. Ing counties, and tho court of Appeal, bpaoia attention nlvaii to collections. Office north aide public square. tITt . '' l i .t , ' He was'auswered "Can you spell Tommy Benjamin?" She could, and did. . Ho was silunt. ' Ho propped his pink chin in his pink palm 'and thought tho matter over. Finally bo drew along breath and straightened ip. "I fought if Iliad a piece of paper an' a pencil and I knowed how to spell every word I would write to Omaha for a policeman to come and 'rest Ora Green, nn' Elihu Green, nn' Tommy Benjamin for frowin' stones nt mo nn' snyin': "Gee whizz! Staggery bat. Crisscross caraway rat!" The patient mother insisted on an adjournment. When he was iu bad and his small sister in her cot on the other'side of the room he said: "Maninin, arc wo all madejout of dirt?" "Adam was," she hedged. "0," cried tho weo girl excitedly, "Joy eays Gos made 'ittledirls out ol dirt an' den ho 'pit on them! Did he," in righteous wrath, '"pit on tlem, mamma?" Evidently the latter possible fact was moro galling than that nf construction from clay. "No one knows exactly how God makes anything." "Can he see in here?" qnered Jim "Yes." "If 'twas an iron house, could he?" E.D.OUFrt. B". Oia.ff3r 6s frnl5;,Lo"tV"on" Iy- - D.RINOO. " . J- :Ri-agf- 6; Attorney at Law . . Will practice In all courta of Ohio and adjomiai counties, and in Superior Court and Court of A" 4 nJ H 'fKal liusineia attendi''' to. Office, No. 0, over AndersonS Baiaar, Hart-for- t. rt7Iy i Perry "Westerfield ATTORNEY AT aHrk-ssir-iro-EBr- LAW..- '- ), . ,2Cx-- . - 33. 33.."W7,ed.dixi-B,- v t Attorney.atXaw,i (OraceliiCrowderllullillngO.t Wlli practico liis profession. In all the courta of Ohio and adjoining countlea. AIM ,. , , . Jftrjr..-- r j irj&f.'' I L. 33:eaxrrl3aiv ' 'V A'lTORNEY AT LAW, ;."' Hartford. KyV. 3vm Will practice his profession in ail the Courla of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals, bpecial attention given to collection.' Office, firstdoor above the Bank. 49 ly - , Physician & Surgeon Formerly of .Millwood, now- located at Lajteh- - '., field, offers his Brofesnonal eervicee to the p.ople Urayson nnd adjoining couades. Offlce lani'p, (tho Dr, Hadeo property.) , , ,. A. J. SLATON,' M; D.r ' '' iuWi" Vj; J". 331. Tayicr 6s Co., -- :; "Yes." iron house, wifout any windows, could he?" "Yes. Now go to sleep." Piped tho little maid: "Does God make cows?" , "Yes. Now hush!" "How does ho mnke rows, mamma?" This the mother was deliberating when Jim spoke. "Cows!" scornfully.. "Cows! God don't make cows. God nnkes calves, nnd they grow into cows! Don't they, THAT HACKING COUGH can bo so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. "If 'twas an J)ENTISTS;i lr Owensboro, Frederlca Street Ky, ...-.- - We guarantee it. Griffin & Jim. Ssld by Z. W. 331. Opening Letters By Law. N. V. Herald. DE1TTIST, LEITCHPIELD.KY. Office in Poitoffiec. ' S. "Woods,. noticed a short time ago,1,' said a Washington. official, "that some objection was nii'.de by a Mr. Pell, of the Sun Djuiiugo Shoro Line road, to the opening of private letters by the chief of tho secret service bureau. It is not generally known that the rules of tho post office department empower inspectors to open suspicious letters nt discretion. The public appear to bo very much astonished at .thi3 proceeding mentioned, but I assure you that it is carried to a greater extent than even.thoso who know all about it suppose. Iu fact, under the rules of tho post nfrjee department, almost any private letter can beopenedjnndread. This will surpriso some people, I presume, but it is nevertheless true, and a reference to the priyuto instruction to post office inspectors, which ore iu printed form, will convinco anyWhether such seciet body of it. privileges are ever used illegitimately won d be difficult to find out. It is a good deal like arresting u man on suspicion. Asa mailer of fact, there'-foryou will too the United States mails arc no moro sacred than the mails iu.Ktissia or any other country so tar us govcrnmeut espionage is conShiloh's Vitalizer is what you need cerned.' for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, n WILL YOu'siJFFER with Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dysand Livop complaint? Shiloh's pepsia. Pried It) and 7 ots. por botVitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. tle ut ',. Vt'nyne Griffin & Bro. Sold by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Bro. e, Dys-pepsi- "I ''! . ; WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON OWENSBORO . ' . C.Theo.Cain, Illo'nHaBwlBQaBBBBBBaCkaBB ' aft mammu?" "Yes. Do shut your eyes, both of you, nnd go to sleep!" Fifteen minuiites passed. Surely she was safe. Surely she might steal down 'stairs.' Sho rosb noiselessly and sneaked to tho door. "Mamma!" murmured a drowsy voico. QsaaHaUflHaBBBBBBBByEaK "Well?" "How-does;-- ho g.ti.Ja .rja.w A WJT il For the finest and Matt Artittie any site or ttyU. Fredenca j. i Ifori'," i 'M raake-t- ho ll' calves?" 3rdand4th. 6m87- a. Died, nt the home of her father, T. H. Boswcll, December 24th," .1891, Miss Rachel Boswell, aged about 19 years. Her remains weru interred iu the old family graveyard. Tho funA KATTJXAX. XJtXZST TCB . . t eral services were conducted by Rev. . G. J. Bean. Rachel was loved by Epileptic fits, Falling StettyttyrtM '!' kt, St. Titos Dance, NenoasjM,.i- Tho bereaved all who knew her. Hypochondria, Melaadaella, Ik . family have the sympathy,.of many sbrlty, Sleeplessness, Die ' . ' friends and relatives. ; There is an hour of peaceful rest, slaess, Brain ob4 SftV ' To mourning wanderers given; Wesknels. There is a joy for souls distressed, 'Tis found alone in heaven. has direct action' upon ' tho nerve centers, ollsylug all. IrrlUIHr There is a soft nnd downy bed, ties, and Increasing tho flow and. power, ., Far from the shades ot evening; , ot nervo fluid. It Is perfettiyhannlets '' A couch for weary mortal's head, nA tnaima'nn nrinlAaaarif 'flffftl'taj I " ' --', Special Announcement. And find reposo iu heaven. asafaaaaB.A Valuable,..- liable ta e.iNa-I- . aunt fM with . We have mode arrangements III. I. ...vpoor pauania caa afiraS . w w aim w is homo for weary souls aiao bwi Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of There sin a I flaLaL thla itietllclna free of cauuei. and sorrow driven; By Tbla Koenla-- . has UenjprapaMd JW UuReverewl J yf Treatise on tho Ilortks ana Ins Dis- When tossed on life's tempest shoal "A ot rort Wrn.. 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Wo feel con, "Hus left a world of care: Obtained. and all I'AILNT hUiltlM at fident that our patrons will appreci- Hns.gonu above where all Ulove ,J .tohdl.tforAfOOJfrA!WS Out jrfMa . ' timet, and wru can u the ll S. ate the work, and ho glad to avail puuru ) , 'Ami me ricues oi neuveu 10. tah thonigelves of this opportunity ofob-- , I'P.j I......1 , ..:.,n I.a. tit. rliA nrtn mn. dihtfjw 'HlitVt of liiniiMul-- t tniuiug.i valuablobook.'- ntiliutKO am, e niaa. irawiaa.n Dearly loved, ycJ.God thought pest al.lllty ru-- I'Aitiwr.to it.ujHt.u:,) .'it ,;.-i1,'Ai.W It is nccccssury that you mention '( 0i riit'iiiar, hiivicc, l,.ri.' and l.fercnce.,10 this paper in sending for tlw "J'leat-iso- ," To'call her away to dwell ' own Mel.: County, llljo actual client With tho angels above. lonii, wile to This oiler will remain open for . C: M. Crti.EV 12 12t only n short time, N uU 9ioii: i'jni offltt In Momorium. BM Prt2 fifiwfc i -; ' - - for-sh- Itipav-mart- e f 1- - ni f tVimkWti ;iai. ..i. .d v. s.V.'l i Lll ...J. -- wj jtfUgw', i. Hartford Republican rmunntx) hvkrv fxuiat hcrm.no. Ml,6' " S?ii" -- SEW. """ 181)2. YIUDAY, JAXUAUY 8, pervaded everthui. These receptions At tho Closo of Busincrs always attract it largo crowil, aside Doc 31, 1801. from thou' who take part in them, for The Hr.runt.iUAX corue to Its many RESOURCES. at no other place can mi many Celebris readan this niorniujr. wishing them, ties he seen at one time. Tho incepLoans and Diicnuuts....$37,0i;i.2S one and all. a happy and prosperous Tiie Owensboru Mutaujer is alto- tion began nt 11 o'clocn, the enrriag. Real Estntc . . . ; 3,000.00 year, nnd bringing an unusual amount 1, ,r00. 00 gether right, a it usually is, except os going iu at tho East und out at tho Furniture mid Fixtures.. of dean and interesting matter. We in its politics, when it says David B. West gates, and passing through u Casli ou llauii nnd in other Banks propoio to make such improvements 25,800,27 Hill is a very small potato, nnd it lauo of closely packed spectatois, exas, from time to time, suggest tlieiu-elve- s, might have truthfully added that be tending nearly h square from each 807,370.55 and in all things strive to STATE TEACHERS ASSO- is, also, :i very rotten potato. gate. First came Vice President, LIABILITIES. CIATION. merit tlio reputation the Hepuiimcax The next meeting of tho Kentucky 325,000.00 has already gain ml, as being one of Tn.: appointment of S. R. Klkins, Morton und the Cabinet, bended by Capital Stock Paid 8152.31 newsiest county papers Statu Teachers Association will bo of West Virginia, Secratary of War, Secratary Blaine; then the Diplomatic Reserve Fund the best and 2.250.00 held at Pndueah, Juno nil of the foreign ministers aud Surplus Fund Corps, nnd in tho State. Kromasurvty id the may be taken by Democrats as u no3!I,25S.2 Deposit Account will, no doubt, be tho best mid most whole field, we can truthfully eay tice that Republicans expect to count attaches wearing the uniforms of their largely attended meeting over held covered with 55(17,370.5.') OUR FUTURE the six electorial votes of that State rank and their breasts decorations bestowed upon them by John II I5.vit.si:', Cashier. and uuspiciour. by that body. It is ouo ot the most in tluir column next year. Is, lixleed.vcry bright their own or other governments. Tho Subscribed and Morn to before mo, Never in tho history of Republican powerful iigents in tho State for the Tin; (Intrant, edited and published Supreme Court und other U. S. this January 1, KS02. papers in Ohio county has there been dissemination of knowledge relative followed Shelby Taylor, I). C. O. C. one to firmly established nnd so sure to the teachers' profession and of by R, 11. C.irothers, Louisville, is Court Judges came next 9 by Senators nnd Representatives in is the Heruii-Lica- s school work generally. The members one of the very best educational paof continued suoccss as We tnko plenMiro in submitting nnd ex -- members to day, and every Republican are the best and most progressive ed- pers in existence. Every teacher aud Congress of tho Cabinet. Then came thu this our fust annual statement to the in the couuty is called upon most ucators in tho Stuto, and these annual friend of education slum d subscribe. brilliantly uniformed officers of the Ar-m- public. We have now ns safe a earnestly to assist in making this the meetings are given to the exchange as any in the State, and Tut: Democrats arc quarreling Navy and Marine corps, followed brightest and best paper possible. of ideas nod the discussion of plans over tho the htisincNS of funi, corporacommittee appointments, by officials, only a grade or two below for improvement of the teachers, and, We propose as Sccial atin fact, the whole common school sys- and they will soon be quarrelling members of the Cabinet. Next came tions and individuals. OUR MOTTO Exchange tem. Not only is it n means of pro- over thu silver and tarili' questions. the grizzled faces of the Associated tention to collection. To be right and to do right iu to far bought and sold on the principal Lut the good work go on. clo.-c-Veterans of the Mexican War, in us lies, and promise to treat nil fessional advancement, but it affords followed by thu Grand Army of cities of the United Slates. men fairly, aud to discuss nil matters u rurc opportunity for social improveOwNKduouo has a colored murderess John II. Barnes,. Cashier. ment by bringing one iu contact with who will the Republic, thu Loyal Lotion, and d and conservative jn a most probably go to tho the best types of men and women oldest inhabitants Association nt the' manner. The truth must and will be Notice of Disolution. "pen"ntan early day. Wonder if The paitncrship hertoforc existing told, let it hurt whom it will; so that from every section of tho broad Com- Gov. Brown will pardon her because District of Columbia. The rest of the time until 2 o'clock was taken up by between C. M. Ratnett and E. V. evil doers need not be surprised to see monwealth of her "Touthfiilness." It is very important that Ohio plain everyday citizens, who wished Milligan under the firm name Burnett We tlierau'vea as others sec them. county be well leprcseuted at this Tiik Hon. Bishop W. PintKi.vshas to extend the courtesies of the day to it Milligan, publishers shall always bo ready to recognize of the Hartford RiM'iM.t.ii'AN, is dissolved, E. V. true merit wherever found, and shall meeting, and to that end the pro- been appointed to the sent iu tho our chief Magistrate. teachers of the United States Senate, made vacant Vice President Morton left as soon Milligan hnviuu. Mild half interest in not hesitate to criticise an erring gressive, county are called upon most earnestly by the death ot Senator Plumb. as he had been received by the Picsi-den- t said nend nor to compliment a worthy paper to Jo. B. Rogers. for his own icsidcnce, where a foe. It shall be our great pride to to attend that they may assist iu makC. M. BAiisirrr, Tin: Democracy about this time reception begun tit 12 o'clock, that ing this a most profitable session. The give the E. V. Mn i.iiian. to bu getting sick ot the "spoils negligent, careless and inefficient Beein was as near n duplicate ot the one at COUNTY NEWS teachers are also called upon to at- system." Gentlemen, remember it's the White House as the ateinlancc of And all other as It really happens, your own child. nil thu same people could make it. without adding to or taking from it, tend that they may learn just how far they are behind the times, and then In spite of nil btories to the conI1knm:uson nnd Daviess will and while we feel that the local news be tho great specialty cither go to work aud do better or make n good Judicial District, and trary Gen. Nelson A. Miles, siys, should SHOW of the county papar as it will be of else give place to some one who will. wo will take our chances with aomuot and he certainly knows, that ho did Aik for catalogue. At any rate let us have a large dele- the other counties. not come to Washington under offthe Rwuiiucan, this is a TEPRY M'F'G CO.. Nashviu c. Tenn. icial orders, and that it was the margation from old Ohio. Who will PRESIDENTIAL YEAR PitKsiDEXT Hahrison has made riage of Miss Rachel Sherman, a Aud ve will endeavor to keep our they be? good selections for United States cousin of his wife, which brought him reader, at all timet, informed on poSomeiiouy seems to be greatly ex- Circuit Judges, as he has in all of his and Mrs. Miles here. Some extra C R ! litical qaeslious, both State and Na- ercised over the fact that Mr. Wes-- . appointments. enterprising purveyors of sensational tional, not forgetting to lend a hand loy Crowe, a Third Paity man, repnews had assigned Gen. Miles to the in the fight for Congress in the Fourth resents Ohio county in Spkakkk Ckisp is ill at Washingthe present command of an army that was being District next fall, for if wo mistake Legislature, and from recent thrusts ton, nnd Mr. McMillin, ot Tcnnessie, made ready to invade Chili. ;not the'spirit of the Republicans of at that gentlemen one would con- bus been elected Speaker pro tern. Gen. lluruce Porter, the popular the district, the Democracy will not clude, if the insinuation were only New York orator, who came over to walk-over- , will Springer And tho Tariff. but only not have a true, that thu h uest, hard-fiste(LniiUrillo I'uiuiiiFrcint, utlend the wedding ot Mtss Rachel have' their usually big majority cut in electing Mr. Crowe had Mr. Sprinor, of the Ways and Sherman, is onc-othose who do not down to only a shadow of its former totally demolished the great heavyMoans Committee, is cramming on hesitate to speak iu favor of n foreign telf. weight Legislative influence which tlio Tariff. Ho has made u careful war. "He said: I scarcely look for u the average Representative from Ohio study of tho HUtistieal reports made win with Chili, although I think n BETTER TEACHERS. county is woot to carry with him ou by tho Treasury Department aud.lms little brush with nu out sider would contest his biennial i Now that the Speakership tour to found out that the imports of wool bo u good thio fOi the United States. "ia settled, the holidays arc over, and the State Capital. Now, wo were uiiic-- tlm MolCSitley hill jmssn.l linn Patrio'tUni lipeniiirJ Vtngiiant by to the Legislature is settling dowii to not for Mr. Crowe, neither had we, boon larger by Uo per cunt, than in long an epoch oi ,eace. 1 rather rework, it is eminently proper to speak iior have we, any sympathy for thu tho iiino months beforo tho bill passgret that we di I no', ndminirtcr a 'SH$g$k ji&&!Ti of questions that will be brought beThird Party movement, nor does Mr. ..mvr ed, and he has also discovered that thrashing to 'til ." is fore the present region of the GenCrowe need any defence nt our hands, The reli i .. of I'lc iirtielcs A.ouriciiu wool lias, notwithstanding eral Assembly. There u no more for he is presumably able to defend tin- rccipiuciiy treaty with tho McKinloy increase iu duty, fall-- on important question that will come up himself. It is but just, however, to Great Britain for in. British West two or throu cunts u pound. This for solution, and none ou which the him aud the men who elected him to is not what was promise tho Indies wits made pub.ic this week and average Legislator is more at sea, say what all men acquainted with the he Mr. Springer it is ny.ir d it.i iiiinleil praNe and fanners. Noithor, MEETS ALL DAILY than the common school question. facts know to be true, viz : That Mr. must admit, is it what bu and tho wonder, l't.iiio Ouciue ot thu benAnd ouo phase which will be particuCrowe is just as able, will wield just predicted to tho efits cci tain t pMire the reform to larly difficult of a proper disposal, is as much influence and will do the other manufacturers, our farmers :i:n. the law relatiug to the qualification of people just as much good aud effec- country. and wonder that Euglaud Mr. Springer has jiut found out teacher. tive service as the average Demo TO ALL. have been persu'tded to give us mi what tho fanners and everybody in The progress of the age and the cratic Representative from this counmuch of thu trade that has practerested iu tho wool business in all Intercut of the community, alike, de- ty for the last twenty years. Everytically monopolized lor in.iiiv year?. mand better teachers, und better body knows these things ore true, so its branches have known all tl.u ot this One of the Commk-hmcr.I teachers wo must have. Tho Super- what's tho use to kick? Rut we time and have buuu for months (lis part of the colonies, who negotiated ALIKE. intendent of Public Iustructhn, the shnuld all remember that thu great cusiing in all its bearings. What thu treaty said, England never did State Hoard of Education, thu State sin (?) Mr. Crowe committed, and Mr. Springer does not sooin to have anything more iinuilllingly than auTBATIOiN is and County Boards of Examiners aud that which is the throu in the kicklearned fro : his thorizing thu ticgotuti'iii ot this treaGiven to the Traveling the Comity Superintendent may and ers' side, is the fact that he defeated that it is not i i tl.is country alono ty, but it was recognized that the Public. cau do much toward raising tho grade fairly and honorably the Democratic that tho liiiotj f .ool has f.illou. It American market wjs absolutely nec of the teachers, but tbey can not do nominee. Had he liinuelf, however, is hoc. m so of the gitul fall in all essary to the colonies, and that it certifiall. There is the third-clascountries that would bo closed to them unless satisbeen do fortunate (?) ns to be thu other cate, under which many incompetent Democratic nominee, and elected, he wool has fallen heie, and not factory concessions were made. pontons work their way into tho would bo all right. Then he would of tho effects hero of the Secratary Elkmstook formal charge schools and drive out better teachers, be, at least, "our nblo RepresentaMcKinloy bill. Tho falj iu prices of thu War department yesterday, ,.!fr-,'?- A Jmt - It ' j for a poor teachcr,like a poor cai pou- tive," now he is merely "a noiidu. has varied iu tlio different varieties mid his office was rmnded all day ter, can work for less money than a script;" then he would have been "the of wool, and thu farmers on the with friends who called to tender good one, and theie are alwaysTrust-ecHon. Wesley Crowe," now he is sim- whole are very wrl. s.itisfiod wilh their congratulations. who will ciup'oy an incompetent ply "Representative Wesley Crowe;" the way the McKinloy bill has efTho Democratic incuibcis of the teacher at thirty dollars per mouth then ho would have boon ou "two fected that product. House uro beginning to lu.ilio that fir; I'T-- ffl'jiX &trir'. rather thau pay a good one fifty do- very important committer," now he If Mr. Springer will continue his they have been indulging iu some . llars per We hcliovo tho live is only on tho "tail of two commit- studies he will fiui that overthiug, wild talk about making wholesale teachers will joiu us in saying: "Away tees." In short, ho wasn't and he except a few articli of luxury not reductions in the iiuiiti.il appropriawith the third class certificate," It is isn't. manufactured in '.liH country, lias tions, und they aro already hedging an obstacle iu tho path of n host of - tlio McKinloy on that subject. It is nu uiiy mutter fallen in price Govbrxoii-Suyoung men and women who would ATOIt WAsrs bill was pin-ta otl or fact which for nnyhndy to entiPiro the total gladly give their lives aud high tallln.i, is to bu posing a firsl-clas- s contradicts nil tin- - predictions of Mr. amount appropriated by the hut Conents to the teachers' profession wore in tho nttitude of the benevolent toS,iriuger m d his friends. It is a gress nnd to call it cxtiuvuguncc, but they uot confronted by the fact that ward his great enemy, Cleveland. up to this time none of them have good sign ilia t Mr. Springer is leadafter having thoroughly prepared His plan is to ucccpt the Democratic ing upon the Tariff aud posting been able to point out one tdnglu inFmmI themselves for their work thoy may nomination for President, resign his himself on facts. It is eisior to stance in which money was appropribe thrust aside because somo would-b- e sent as Senator, and then have Govfreo-traspeeches without ated whore it was lot needed or tea'cher will work for a pittance, ernor Flower to appoint Cleveland to makstudying modern f.icts, but iu order where one dollar was appropriated for aud aspires to a place for which he fill out his unexpired term. A capiwhich tho Government will not get free-traine U no more qualified than is a tal idea, to say tho least, but he to frame tariff laws iu ouo hundred cents in value. And if terest and to defend them a superto go to Cougrcs.1 And would only succeed iu turning f ui (se the Democratic Hoice in its anxiety to ficial knowledge, at least, of current there id no remedy, for here is the nfn job mid turning Clevemil make a showing of economy shall incompetent teacher, armed with bis land in, for Rcujamin Harrison will foots and conditions is useful, if not dure to attempt tocrimpleuuy branch necessary. third eland certificate and his agree- succeed himself. of tho Government servicj by withm orment with the District Trustees, and holding necessary appropriations, Resolutions. the mnttor is settled. This teacher Tennessee has sent Di:mocuti Our school at Oak Grove being its party will pay dearly for the with but one her two hundred convicts back to enter the school-roo- m policy. Tho. people of this about to clo3c, we, thu pupils of the well defined idea, and that is that he Coal Creek, where they will take tho school, feel it our duty to give an country do not object to liberal approintends to draw his salary. And the places which two hundred free men expression ot our feelings. Therefore priations so long as they know thut result is that young minds which ought to have in order to mako means they arc receiving full value for ho it A. 31.MCD NOW. ii. i.. sti:vkx.s, ought to be trained, expanded and for the support of their families. You the money fpent. Rkaoi.vj:!), That wo have found polished, are twisted, warped and dis- mny depend on it that when DemocReciprocity treaties with Guatemala L. Rogers to be a true friend figured, and years afterward these racy has its own way honest labor Prof. J. and Sun Salvador have been signed and nu earnest educator. victims ot tho incompetent man-buiis the loser. 2, That wo are loath to part with by Secraeary Blaine. ' er are looked upon as mental und ., m him, und that we will ever remember moral wrecks. Fifty per cent, of all Public Debate. Tiikiii: aro 398 prisoners in the the kind advice ho has given us iu Ou thu nights of thu 15th and 10th the failure in the wdrld are caused Frankfort penitentiary, 357 nt d school, and thnt w will try to follow hist., at Cooper's school house, Disby false and unnatural trainiug, eith24 on the fiirms of tho lesv: t vjj s.i.i vfc' er on the part of parents or of teach- sees. Total for tho Stnto, 1279. A the noble and christian example he trict No. 2", tho following subject in and out of will bo discussed: has ever STEVENS & HUDSON, Riwoi.vkI), That ers. It it but just, howevor, to say pretty good showing 'tis true, but school. set beforo us thu Revenuonccessary to Defray the LIVERY AND FEED STABLE, that now and, then a teacher with a there aro at least ten thousand moro 3, That we, the pupile, recommend certificate teaches a good who ought to be with them, and who him as an earnest educator and true Expenses of the National GovernOld Frey Stand, corner below Deposit J friend to the pupils that may be plac- ment should be Raised only by n school, but this is the exception, not would if they had their dues.. ed under bis cure. graduated income Tax. Affirmative, Bank, Main Street Owensboro, the rule. Besides, in these excepKentucky. J, J. Bracken, Join. Southard, John Rudia SlHKI.DH, tional cvet it will invariably be found An!)Ui:t Jacksojj would surely EVAH BUTI.KII. X. Taylor, II, C. Crowder; Negative, thut the teacher's knowledge of books turn over in his grave and kick himS. L. Stevens, Alfonzo Rogers, J. L. Noma Kino, Mr. StcvciiH will lio gluil to liavo it not commensurate with his tact, self, could bo now realize the extent RogerH, C. S. Taylor. 0 p, in. each nil his Ohio county friends Rtop with Waiihkn Shields, ROHKItT Ki.vu, id, ala. that if he remains iu the to which the "spoilssystem," he iu night, liim while ia tho city. GREETING! profession he will not long bo n hw grndo tenchor. So thut to do "away with thirdcla4 certificates would not Injuro theso, for they would come up anyway, but it would most assuredly cull out a largo number utvory ob jectionable member of this muc'i abused but most uoblo profession, Eighty per cent, should be the average- requisite to secure nrccoud-clacertificate and ninety per cent, to seWith such n law cure a first-cla- ss. as this, rigidly enforced, good teach no longer bo forced into , en would humiliating competition in ordor to secure a school. i troduccd into American i iiuuii politics, has . . i . i ,. lo, u uy iins i imirieo tho Hon. Mr. Crisp, of Geori WASHINGTON ItmiH Inn LETTER. I, I llnviM., l'rcl. rr .Imi, II, lUrMn, t'nlil'i, i Biiori-signie- uis-cip- gia. Tiik appearance of the President leaning ou the arm of Secretary Maine, nt the Plumb futicrcl, must g have been to Democrats who have boon claiming that n cool ness cxistB between the President and his Secretary. heart-rendin- unjiun cnmmroNDinT.' Wabiiincitok, D. 0., Jan. C 92. The President's official New Year reception was one of tho' most brill iant mid largely attended ever held. hiio Houcc ml : Thu new decorated ding no liitlc to thu brightness whicl Of tho Condition of tho m5fi' Beaver Dam -- When in Owcnshoro, call ai the -- u TCanV PUEAU i I hnuti uiihni OF- DEPOSIT BANK BIG FURNITUE STORED MART'N & SMITH Hull's old Maud on Main Stieet. We have the Inrgest STOCK and Save monlowesi prices to he found. Res)y; ey by tfiviii us a trial. i 28-30- , SMITH, MARTIN ''The Furniture Men." T Pi 1 ; . 1 1'$ t W rivMvT -- n ly high-tone- wide-awa- Having bought tho Livory Business of E. W. Taylor, I wish to inform the public that I will do a gunurul Livory, Salo and Food business at the idd stand, and also keep on hand Bl'(i(t IKS, WAGON'S and CARTS of tho latest and most approu-- mako. forgot that tho Hartford Transfer is still to tho front in behalf of thodruiiiineraiid traveling public. Pleaso & &. KSGK9, P; left. Brwiaaawni -- TRIPS DAILY. give mo a Horses, bugyios and wagons for salo or hiro at all times. Spocla attention givon to all stock entrusted to my care. Yours Very Respectfully, call-THREK CL IFIIEIjID, b KCaxtford, KZy- - FINE CASES. w T AS E Bl t Mpn wmz mi&m umc Jd mm rz&i rSH J lr i c f 3 "&- U Link ' ,1 iMi -. -- . 2V7?xiX .l " essi ,itr a 1 B fV - A tj.i i H 1M4 forvQHJLLS,HALAKIA - a ti f REMEMB lar tonic and salary-drawin- g FAS' F LI HE t- -i thai tin: Tasteless Chill Tonic which haa J riven Mirh universal satisfaction, nud M ryj !,!. h you hear vour ncij;hl)oti talkintr IU K V nlm'it is Orovis. To pet the anginal"-V .nii.l .'cnnine Tasislftl Chill Torfc. 01, xvavj nsk for Okovi'.'s, anil ilon't nvpt untried substitutes, claiiniiig t be just as pood. TnsteleM CliillToinc IioIiU fall 6 om. nnil on. and loses, while nam- of the now, untried tmtrlcss tonics only hold contains but twenty-fou- r to thirty (loses. Ciror's Tonic is ns large at any dolP clu-.inS ow ccr- ...s pleasant asl?nonSyi up. A j xprfo If 4i C rptnlls for 50 ii'ins, Muiuifoctiirefl liy I'AHIS MEDICINK COJIPAXV, St. LuiiU, y.... Sold by ull I)nifrffiata - b 1 CASEBIER'S 'BUS 1 $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN $65 Soat Dash Bunny with iS It poi-iip- ' tlrot-cla- ss Sllvnr-plat- od RaP I. .ws, Hub Uanda, nnd ShattTlps, tor nbovo prlco? O m H Rail. D C free-trad- eis -, ran hot it,tw.' a. U. O 2 a. v n I H 5 n O o 3 0 ! 3 m n a O h u u ce u K o U p 8 Si'Mlf.l, iif I 3 o ? S a i. o z o nj ' m M ? " Z Wrlto for our Now SO pago Cataloguo of all kinds of Vehicle. Addroas s wool-produc- ing CINCINNATI, - SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. - OHIO. U.S.A. bo-ca- use LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES. No. I, Solid Tires, No. 2, Cushion u $85.00 105.00 STRICTLY HIGH GRADE. Tires, J No. 3, Ladles' Solid Tires, iivi'-.th- OUR Cushion Tires foauv l I' Ho.30, Lidiis'GojklonTlru, 04.00 No. 4, Coarirtibla Solid Tim, 85.00 " CosiloiTint, Ho. 4,0, 05.00 No hotter Warranted ALL l'AItTS machine made at any prlco. Bicycle Catalogue Free. 4V-,t-vr toiii;-Phksidk- nl do Com-maneh- de him-pel- Also keeps liivorv and $85.00 JOHN Slahlc. wher you can have vour M lit llorsrs IYd. and best of rigs Interchange atlc. crnli In " riel!lur:t"l ) 3?. ! MANUFACTURERS, fitil-j- LOVELL "7,t -- -. AltlWCS $85.00 CooJi itiirpi fcr tor DOSTON, MASS. d tn tifo, huAit n, CO., if ill Unit, tie. i nig-gurd- ly dav or night. Leave your ders wilh ISmm A Thorough, rractlral IiiMruetlon. Oridiiilfm.. Iftcd to tMtHionn. (,'nlalovue (tee. Writ to SSVANT & STRATTOM SUSIHESS COLLSGi; LOUISVILLE, KY. CASEBIER & SON. EUGENE GA88ER, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.' Pino Lino of Will Servo at all times ld Eddy-villonn- FRESH BREAD, Cakes, etc, always on hand- - low-grad- e stsrs is Cans S Bulk. Telephone 208. u and in any style. c to Order i 'No. 121 Main Street. Owensboro, Kentucky. FAIR BROS. be active! , . cfe CO. PERSONAL. Mr Ed. P. Crowe, Eddyville, was in town last weok. Mr. Sam Casebier and sister, Miss Fannie attended tho Cnsebicr-Chap-mawedding, Our jovial young townsman, John Stevens came in the other day and subscribed for our paper. Win, Milligan was called by telegram, Sunday afternoon, to the bedside of his dying mother near Rock-por- t. n Masonio Emtortainment. The most enjoyable social gathering of'tho season, was tho oyster supper at tho Masonio Hall, Beaver Dam, Saturday ulght, Dec. 20th. At seven o'clock the doors of tho spacious new hall were thrown open nnd the ehto of Beaver Dam, Taylor Mines, MnHcnry and tho surrounding country came thronging in. After very liberally patrongizing the tables, everybody was invited up stairs where a most beautiful cake, tho product nf Mr. Theodore Sowders' skill was to bo awarded popular to tho most young lady. Miss Nora Martin, n roost fascinating belle was put forward as Beaver Dam's champion, while pretty little Blanche Kelly was nhtned as the choice of McHenry. Dam led oh" for a short time, but McHenry soon came to the front with a strong lead and held it to the finish. The cake wob presented to Miss Kelly by Mr. W. G. Duncau in that graceful manner that is so exd clusively his rwn. It was a contest in which the seven gnllanta from McHenry proved themselves too much for the Beaver Dam Ik-ave-r good-nature- BEAVER DAM NOTES. Jan. That's energy. BE PRUDENT. That's economy. Match Energy with Economy, and drive the pair to Prosperity. By being among the early customers that will surely throng our store. You will have your choice of some of the llnest goods we've offered in many a day. It will pay ypu to exercise a little energy; we will attend to the economy part of it Remember that cash always illustrates something and as we adhere strictly to buying and 'selling for cash, we arc able to sell you. goods on closer margin than our buying competitors. Our prices arc the lowest. Our goods the very best. We make no Debts, therefore lose nothing. We are anxious to ca: ter to the. wants of those who have resolved to buy for cash only; the acquaintance of any other we do not seek. From now until closed out, we will Give you long-timcd-crc- Prof. J. D. Crowo, Temple, Tex., and two little childron, Nnoma and Emmett, are visiting his father Chap mnu Crowe, near Bcda. Itobert Crowo left yesterday for Louisvillo and Jcflereontown. Ho will return to Hartford Monday where he will make his future home. , If you want credit, pay for what you have already gotten. Wkhteiifikld A Son1. If you need anything in tke generlino, call on Carson A Morton and be Hipplied at prices that absolutely defy competition. ator fancy grocery K Dickeus Rocoption. Tho Dickons iiuception at the Hartford IIouso kit night, was tho grandest social suucojh of tho soason. At l):30 o'clock, tho doors were oponud and tho merry makers and their guests gathered from all partB of the city. An elegant supper was served at I0:!i0, which made one feel it lacked no element of From this until 12 o'clock, the pleasure seeking throng were gladdened by pnrticiputing in the most pleasing social chat and Oio most enticing games. Toward the wne sina' hours of tho night the crowd dismissed, each carrying home in his heart the thought that the young ladies to whom the evening's entertainment was due, had added new luster to their lives and' caused us ono and all to silently exclaim: God bless tho dear, dear, girls. com-p!ete- nu. Our Bst Box Toe Booti at. . " " Plain ' " " Oil Grain " Medium Oil Grain " Beat Boys Booti from " " Children Coarse Shoee " " Ladies " Medium f .00 11.75 to 12.50 $2.50 worth 13.25 11.85 mhI 12.00 II. 00 to 12.00 60c. to 75c 1- - 75c Clip this out. bring it with you, and sec if we don't do as ivc say. Bargains in all Shoes. i Everybody acknowledges our stock the nicest, and our prices the lowest. What we have left, go at cost. No house in Ohio county will treat you more squarely in Clothing of any kind than we. Remember we are Headquarters. Thanking you for your liberal patronage during the past year and soliciting the same this year, we are Respectfully, OVERCOATS. Dental Notice. It is my good pleasure to announce to the public that I have taken rooms over the Beaver Dam Bank nnd now have the most elegant and best furnished dental office in this part of the Green Hi ver country. First-cla- ss work at reasonable prices. In my office from the 1st to the 15th of each FAIR BROS. $ CO. L month. Scm-ihlthankful for past patronage and respectfully soliciting a contiuuauco of same, I am Yours truly, W. T. McKi.vsky, Dentist. Beaver Dam, Ky. 5, Nothing of interest line happened in our little town since tho holidays. Everything moving nicely, with business ns brisk as one could expect after tho holidays. xnoro Messrs. J. If. Navp & Co" are receiving a large quantity of tobacco, which they say is better than tor several years past. Quite n number of our pcoplo have Tho "ONE PRICE TO ALL" System has built up for js trad tho "Grippe," but no cases have provthis writing. we aro proud of. ed fatal up to J, D. Williams' family have been very sick with pneumonia and la In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, the Bazaar always keeps a full grPP- Mrs. R.J. Daniels has pneumonia stock, tit pricos that aro right. but is convalescent at present. Sho was in tho Spnng Lick wreck on ' ' '' Monday night Dec. 28, and contractA full stock of Trunks, Valisos, Club Sachols and Hand Bsga. at ed n severe cold. Johnnie Hudson, of tho Nashville very moderate prices, can bo found at tho Bazaar. Publishing Co., Nashville, spent a . few days with his sisters, Mrs. W. F. Our Dress Goods Trado is simply enormous. Wo account for It by MoKinuey.nnd B. F. Gray last week. I. IV Barnard wife and daughters, the assortmont wo carry and tho prices at which we sell. . , Belle and Mamie, accompanied by Miss Sue Owsley of Louisville, spent Ladies wanting easy fitting Corsets, Kid Gloves, Cotton or Voolea last week in town, returning here Sunday. Underwoar, may find just what thoy want by calling on Sara & Me. Miss Eulia Midkiff, of Louisville, spent the holidays ivith friends in Beaver Dam, of course McHenry was Persons wanting HONEST, SOLID LEATHER SHOES for Lawell repiescnted, several nights by dies, Boys and Misses, at Honost Prices, can bo supplied by calling on one ol her gallant boys. boys. Buckner Barnard, of Louisville, Sara & Me. Mrs. McKinncy nnd class then dis made a business trip to town Inst penBed some appropriate music to the week. Among tho many winter goods now in demand is our heavy Cotton The new Millhouse is completed delight of all. nud part of the machinery on the Joans nt ft yards for $1.00, on extra heavy "Cast Iron" Jeans at 20a A fine cake was offered to tho one ground. who would guess nearest it weight. The young people had u lively so- per yard, and our Puro Wool Filling Doeskin Jeans at 35c. a yard. All Miss Emma Barnes was the fair and cial dance in town last week, which bargains. Seo them. ' was quite a success. lucky guester. The crowd dismissed at eleven SELECT, KY. Our Millinery Trade during tho past year has so far exceeded dur'"' o'clock after hnviug had a night of Jan. 4, 1892 Although Christmas wedhascomcand gone, we have no exquisite pleasure. expectations that wo feel greatly flattered. We feel sure our patroW In !, ' dings to report. NOTE. this Department known Stylish Hat when they see it, and as Sara is io The health of tho community is Beaver Dam knows how to enterla particular about offering nothing but a late shape for, sale, w baliavt very good, except now nnd then tain. grippe claims a victim, but no serious is the cause of our largo trado in this line. If Charley Taylor didn't enjoy it, cases. Several cases of typhoid fever, but we are glad to note that they are who did? now convalescent. Miss Eula Midkifi; Lousville, was Christinas with its gnyety and pleasin attendance. ure has lulled down, aud farmers are Dr. B. N. Patterson, McHenry, beginning nctive work upon their farms. Wheat looks well. was there in good shape. Prof. J L. Roecrs closed one of tho Will Franklin, 'Butler county, was best schools nt Oak Grove on the 23d of December we ever had taught. on hand and had a good time. golden opinions won He ha3 The brotherhood highly appreciate among both pupils and patrons of our the patronage so liberally bestowed. district. 1 have never heard n fault He leaves us with enjoyed the supper more urged agaiusthim. Nobody our best wishes for his future success. than J. P. Miller nud HilasTuylor. $,t Select is a booming litt'e village, north-ea- st of situated four miles The United States. Cromwell on the Leitchfield road. The farmers are a very prosperous Mr. S. It. Dent.who represents tho United Stales Life Insurance Compa- and intelligent class nf citizens. Wc havo one of the best schools in ny of New York, is in town looking this end of the county under the manThe nfter the interests of his firm agement of Prof. D.L. Barnes. He United States Life is one of the will soon complete his fourth eession best Companies in the country and is nt this place. Prof. Barnes will have doing a big business here. Those the pleasure of accepting or rejecting the fifth school nt the close of his desiring insurance will do well to in- present term. B. O. J. vestigate his propositions before takm ing elsewhere. Stiteme&t of the Condition S. ANDERSON BAZAAR Items. Our Trade last year was than Satisfactory. i need any winter goods, such as Yarns, Blankets, Shawls, Cloaks, Jackets Flannels, Jeans, Cotton Flannels, soft heavy Shoes for women and children, Fine Shoes for Ladies and Misses, or anything in the Dress Goods or Diess Trimming Line, it will pay you to call the Bazaar. If you can't come yourself,send your child,ats it can always buy goods as cheap as you can If you at the ONE PRICE STORE of , - a SARA & ME P. We want your Feathers. u m X.N JfcM.V.R.R. TUAIM I.KAVK BKiVKH HAM. THAINS OOINO WE8T. TRAIN You can nave bij money by trad log with Z. Wayne Griffin fc Bro. deal of very interesting matter crowped out this week for want of space. If you rreed anything in the livery, call on C. L. Field, the best of ri(ti for hire day ornifht. A I.ono; experience in the prescrip- nat I, Will .t KJr.i H.. T.Llra.uJ Kipr.M W.. OOINO EAST. - - U-- I lliWr. -- ' . i u.il J Kiiit.ta t K. . LlraluJ Kipr.i. PBIDAT. JANUARY 8, m. Wlf. 1892. llti.i. is still of Z. Wayne tion department Griffin & Bro. will insure to their customers perfect accuracy. Don't fail to gw us a call when vou come to town, for we have the very best of feed. Leave your horse vtitn us. CiHEniKn A C. I.. Field's transfer Hn In the Uad. Orauges and Bantuas at & Wester-fiel- di Bors. Bubtox. Our visitors were too numerous to Wo are receiving a beautiful lino mention this week. of Wall Paper, all grades, from 5ct at Jut an ounce at Z. a roll up. Bee it before you buy. Quiuine Z. Wayne Griffin. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Buy your groceries of all kind from G. L. Klein A Co. Best Bleach Cotton at 10 cents, old at 8 cents at Kahn's. Boots, and Shoes sold at to close them eut at Kahu's. bargain chil- Overcoats. The best ever shown and sold for less than they can be to close them out at made M. M. Kahk's. Overshoe tor men, ladies and dren cf all kinds at Kahn's. Our prescription department is kept well supplied with the freshest and best drugs and chemicals. Z.'WAYNaGiurFiu A Bno. When in Hartford, go to Kahn's and look at the largest stack of cloth ing, boots, shos, hats, caps and ever shown in Ohio county and you will buy all yqu want. Don't forget Casebier A Burton, Hartford's hustling liverymen. Big bargains in Ciothmg, BooU, Shoes, Hats and Caps at Kahu's. II Carson A Morton is headquarters for anything usualy kept in a first-cla- ss general and fancy grocery store. 48 childrens suits from the age of Give them a call and be convinced. 6 to'l3 years old sold at $2.50, now Fresh Oysters served in any style at at f 1 .25 a suit at Kahn's. all hours.' . Still moTe' 6ne and fast teams have Colonej and Mrs. John P. Barrett ben added 'to the already.woll furulsh-editabl- e will on Friday evening, January 8, of, Oasejukb A Bunrow. 1802, at 5;80 o'clock entertain the Thoee owing us will have to settle aurviving memberg of the Hartford by Jan. 15tb, 1892, or pay cost. Literary Club of 1875. A pleasant Westeiivieui A Son. time is anticipated. An interesting letter lrora a colWe are glad to welcome to our ored gentleman of Hartford, was midst, Mr. W. H. BuVton, of Mo. banded in too late tor publication th Henry, who has bought half interest week. in tho livery stabl of Casebier A Son. Just received, a lot of ladies high He will move his family to Harttord button overshoes, sites 1 to 7. Sold between this and spring. at 12; will close them out at $1.50 at Dr. Turner, of Muhlenberg counKahn's. , ty, has moved to Cromwell whore he If you wish a plesant, quick ride, will follow his profession. He eomes to and trom Beaver Dam, remember highly recommended aa a physical!, that Casehiei A Burton are the men having had eleven years suooessful torgo nth. praotiee. ' We welopme him as a citMr. J. S. Mosley and family, izen of moved to town New Years day. We invite the special attention of the Hartford is always glad to welcome business people of Ohio and adjoingood oitcens. ing counties to the statement of the Hats, just received, at Kahn's at first year's business of the Beaver half price. I can show you more Dam DepositBank. This institution bargains than all the other bouse iu ia now on a permanent business the Green river couatry. footing, nnd no expense lias been ications. BEAVER DAM, KY. afior "Mr. and Mrs. Vaught, .has the best barbers in spared in making this one of tho Hartford be in his office from the first with the latter's Will the 15th of each month. Ofthis part of the State. When you safest deposit banks in Western spending a day or so Correspondence and parants, will leave for Paradise, fice over Bank. All work guaranKentucky. want a clean shave, or a hair-cuteed. Prices reasonable. their future home." business solicited. give Smith A Cain, a call. the patronage of oountry prao-tioneer. oc-cu- red T Wayno Griffin jespectfully iot mJ -- our-euat- Dr. J. S. Morton was elected poor-hou- se The directors of the Bank of Hartphysician last Wednesday. ford, at their regular meeting held at 31, Road and Bridge Commis- the office of the Bank, December cent, declared a dividend of 4 per sioners. The following is the list of Hoad payable on an after January 4th, anil Bridge Commhwioiiers elected 1892. Stockholders will please call at the North Hartford, last Wednesday: Bank and receive same. James Sullcnger; South Hartford, S. K. Cox. Pres. J. P. Steveus; Rock port, Moses Her-relCrom-welCeutortoun, W. I.Kokc; Attention Farmers. J. M. Rogers; Rosin e. Sylvester W. E. McFarland's Auction House White; Sulphur Springs, A. S. Aull; to sell your tobacco, KHi. Jai. F. Lynns; Fordsville, J. L is tho place Selling at auction is growing more Haider; Bartlett, B. F. Bartlett; popular with farmers every year, Buford, W. P. Yewell more especially since tho formation of tho Oweneboro Tobacco AssociaThe Siok. The following aro on the sick list: tion, which furnishes protection to Mius Amanda Bennett, J. II. Wil- - both buyer nud seller. The law of v liams, Heber Matthews, J. W. Ford, the Association says that if buyer nnd E. P. Thomas, D. E. Thomas, Mrs. seller cannot agree as to whether or Mary Ann Thomas, D. F. Cawthon, not the tobacco comes up to sample J. L. Miller, Clarence Hardwick, sold by, that a reputablo Mrs. Judge Mauic,Mrs. J. S.Vaught, shall and certify to same, Miss Dora E. Gibson, A, J. Bell, and both samples shall be laid before Misses Jessie, Dora, Ella Bell, Mrs. a reclimation committee, who shall Bell, Mrs. S. K. Cox, Henry Aull , setJe the matter. This we think is Mrs. Juo. R. Phipps, Carlisle Renperfectly fair to both buyer and sellder, Rowan Holbrook, L. P. Loney, er and will cause many to sell their C. R. Martin, E. D. Gufl'y, Miss tobacco at auction that never did beWe are nrenared to break Isabel le McHenry, Jno. S. Vaught, fore. Marvin and Eldred Pate, J. fc. R Hhd, tobacco, and trust tarmers nt n will give me u liberal Wedding, Miss Maude Sanders, Mrs. distance as it has long since been con John Wcsterfield, C. L. Field, J. S. ceded that the Oweusborn market is Mosley, Mrs. Stewart, Albert Stewaa good as any iu tho State. Argument ie unnecessary. Just watch for M. Casebier, W. G. Hardart, J. prices weekly in this paper. wick, Mrs. Robert Crowe, Mrs. MarResp'y, W E. AIcFabland, garet Carpenter, Judge A. B. Buird, Oweusborn, Ky. Henry Griffin, W. L. Hawkins, Miss 3d St. just below court house. LAHT WEEK'S 8 W., Annie Hawkins, A. L. Stevens, Prior leaf from 82.90 to 89.00. Hartford. Dr. H. F. Bean, Rev. It. " lugs " 82.00 to 80.10. D. Benuett .and littlo sou, Robert, Have sold but little Burley from Sulphur Springs'. Mr. W. P, Render, 83 for leaf and lugs to 88.20 for leaf Abo Knhn, W. lugs. Point Pleasant. M. Martin, Miss Siiia Martin, Ney Married. Porter, G. W. Taylor, W. E. TayThe followiug happy marriages lor, Miss Love Gentry, Cromwell. took place during the holidays. V aught-Day- . Cyrus Taylor to Miss Jcffie Cooper. Tho Evnnsvtl e Standard says: "A Robert Crowe to Miss Genie Klein. very quiet and pretty wedding Alney Tichenor to Miss Jennie at 7j'J0 o' clock last ovening Berryman. at the rosidenc of M-- ', Wm. Day, in W. A. Casobicr to Miss Inez Chapwhioh Miss Alice Day utd Mr man. Joseph M. Vaught were pronouncd W. T. Hay ward to Miss Madeline husband and wife, in the presence Etheredge. To all of whom we extend congratof a few immediate relatives. Rev. Win. Telfor, of tho Kingsley M. E. ulations. Churoh offioiat'ng. "Tho bride is tt.e eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Day, and is an estimable young lady, possessing all the traits that go to make a modern wife. She looked especially attractive last ovening as she appeared v sttired in neatly fitting bridal robe. & Mr. Vaught, the groom, is a resident of Paradise, Ky., whre he is regarded as one of the most prominent young citizens. He is a young W. T. McKmNEY, man of exemplary habits, possessing excellent business and social qualifl; l, ple Dividend. At tho Close of Business, Juno 30, 1891. RESOURCES. 858,623,39 3,000.00 Real estate 1,000.00 Fale, furniture, Ac 1,341.67 Bonds 1,032.60 Debts in suit Cash on hand & in other 23,457.51 banks Louhh I or THE OF HARTFORD PROPOSITION! From and after this date, we will sell our line of heavy Boots at AMAZINGLY low prices, so low that it will pay our customers to buy Boots for the bad winter, which FOSTER says must come.-- W have 150 PAIRS that must go, are going now. Come in. Corn taken for BOOTS.-Alsa few CLOAKS, especially in chit' drens sizes that are going at SLAUGELTfliR". prices. Respectfully, ' 888,455.17 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in DeposiU Dividend Profit nnd loss account. Due other Banks 830,000.00 54.737.88 1,200.00 . 2,098.19 419.10 . 888,455.17 A dividend of 84.00 per share has been declared by tho Board of Direcpayable on tors, to the S. K. Cox, President. dcninud. stock-holder- ' STANDARD rOKCCNTURV HOCKER $CO. BEAVER DAM, KY. .....",. JjfikMAgt TWINBROTHERS i -e-SDOES THE 'i- - DRY HOP FINEiT AND CHEHPESW- - YEAST THE QUICK BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stockof best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farm ing Implements on hand. Call on him Horse-shoein- g . t . cCT J FOR Ricru Pittsburgh LIGHTBREAQ WATlrUOO YCAST CO QtTROITMlCH jtfi). Beaver Dam, Ky. Williams . ;; y, s The ,s limp .sWIkV iventions 'sk end one oi mose iu that seems to be finished. It seems to reach the M FROM BEDA TO 09B!NSBQR(3 , For -- New goods, cheap goods and Christmas ment. The only care it requires is goods and New Year's Ting and wiping. goods go to " ' Dirt falls out when the ' v J. Jl. BENJVTT, Proprietor. goodness of Highest (C&32ET price paid for country produce. ngnt in Good Passenger accommodations.-Sam- e old' price'far ievery way, rich and poor$l. 00 each way. XSSfc patronage solicr , and ease of JKWAb... manage- ted. as to ; , ! .Ill Hocker Tabor, Rosinc, Ky. x '.imney is taken off, not into pocket as in other central-draug- ht m DENTISTS lamps. Putting in a new wick is a very easy matter indeed.v All this seems strange to one who knows how trouble-m- e 'other good lamps are. is in all the good lamp-atore- s. It t, Send for a primer. PirXHVXQH BRASS PI.Wtvrb, Pa. Ca Zr3Wll.VJLM X3CESX3Sf&i3SXX3GrJUBaBnm Hartford Republican riilDAV, JAiNUAIIYS, 1W2." Tho Valuo of Prin tor's Ink. Kxrlmiittc ' Papal Audioncos. A writer in ' lliu Uhtenun w k.-u- Jntirii.il iiicnli'iiii-m'iH- i incicluiiit who U hho Kvereciice In pdvutik'????? Some tin know n wriler uitly in the al!irmiilivi n iln.--: Will I lio ' i iiiii'-M'I.'- I Iir tliw in n.iy: Tliu luivu marked Vl.i U'Iiimi i!u' tii'i. ,in' up-idWhen Hie lng.'ni." wt.u c ii Mil! luviit il (JIllll.lC 111 Fl'!licl VMIlklllCll III lllllil! lieu li'c lullin llp'in tiic may tender inlereatiii; it ilicripiinii iicii tut! fiiimu.i wi'i'h u ton; ol'llip iiututiiiitii.il uWtvi'il tit tliti tin licit the 'women M'Cii'tc keep, t it'll pild dollar 't'l Ion lihcnp; thence grunted by the pope in When JUli fmget to who ca'l on liini privately, iiiul When liny ate nut called Jim; nut in large numbers jis nicniber of When iilsgo back on gum, pilgrimage or 11 religious association. When the small boy hates to drum; When no politician scheme, Tho etiqtietto to lio followed in ihece When mince pies make pleasant cases has beon described in the rccL-n- t dreams; work of Signor Felix Frimaldi, the Wheu its fuu to bicnk a tooth. "Roman Congregations." When nil lawyer (ell the truth; The question of the costumo in tho Wheu the youugpeople cense towed, When tho human race is deud; first to. bo attended to. If you urc Wheu the drummer has no binss, an ecclesiastic you must wear thj When thoso tilings conic to pas?, black "soutane," or robe, over which Then perhaps the man that n wise is to bo put the Unman cloak called Will neglect to iuIvci lisn. "ferralolune," otlitrivii-you would Women are not slow to cntuprc-hetn- l. run ihe risk of having the entrance They're quick. They're alive, to the pope's apurtmeuts closed upon you. If you aro a layman it is eui. ami yet it was u man who discovered ficient to present yourself in a dress the one lemedy fur their peculiar ailcoat with a wiiito cravat. It ii not ments. Tho man was Dr. Pierce. The discovery was his "Favorite permitted to officials of a foreign the boon to delicate government to appear in uniform, Preemption" unices they nrc on nn ofiicial mission women. Why go round "with one to tho Holy Sec. Still, ono may foot in tlie'grnvc," sulleting in siicneo misunderstood when there's u remwear the decorations grunted him by foreign governments; with the exedy nt hand that isn't an cxpeiimcnt, ception, however, of any Italian dec- but winch is sold under the guarantee oration. If vou havo anion'' vmir thntifyou nrc disappointed in any O J several decorations that of knight or U:y in it, you can get your money commander in ono of tho pontilictal ' oack ")' applying to its makers, We can hardly imagine a vvoiuiiii'h orders it must tako precedence over i all others ami be in the place of lion l,ot tr.v'"K ' lWibly it mny be or on your breast. true of one or two but we doubt it. They must Ladies must bo dressed in black, ' 'Voinen are ripe for it. and must throw face veils over their i "uvc " Think of n pricTijittni and "'" tm waiting for it. Carry heads. Gloves arc absolutely tirohih - , "i"0 ited; princcs.ies of royal blood are the tbe news to them! only petsoiis allowed now to wear The feat of sick headache is not in them, and this concession is of recent the brain. Ilrgulatc the stomach and date. . Ministers, fciubaeuudorH and you cure it. Dr. Pierces Pellets are B.ivere.gU9go to me auuiet.ee w.tn one .c LlttIc Rcguiato, uuuu giovcu ami carrying in tue otner the glove that is to cover that hand Catarrh Cured, health and sweet Military men in uniform , may keep breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh their glrives on, provided these artiI'omedy. Pric4 .)( ets. Nasal Incles are a part of their regular uni- jector free at '.. W. (iriffin it Hro. form. HaUmust be left in the hall of the Of General Interest. "Iiusjoluuti," exceptions being made No less thnn twenty-ninmembers onlyin the case of tho cardinals, and of the present Congress weic hoi iu of the superior military oflieers whose Kentucky. headgear form part of their uniform. Australia and Nfw Zealand have It must be added that, according to more than 100,000,000 theep. an iiiujieut usage, it is forbidden to John Grecnleat Wintrier is culled wear "spectacles when presenting one's the John Bright of poetry. lie is self before tho pope. But if it is eighty-foyears old . uectajary for the visitor to Speaker Ciisp is slightly wear them, permission has to he asked of the holy father, who always Dom Pedro II., of grouts it. Unuil, who died in Pans DecemOn being introduced into the pros euceof the pope.thu visitor kneels tlirej ber '2, was a prominent visitor at the 187(1 Ce11teu11i.1l Kpn.-iotimes, then kisses the p ipe's foot, ami N. II., woiuiu is n A Manchester, remains kneeling, unless the p mull luvites lniu to'lfu su'.ited. On retiring blacksmith. Slut can do- everything from the audience, the visitor must but shoe a horse. kneel three times again nml walk to Iua icceut election Mrs. "M. Hit the door without turning his back up- tenhoinler received seven thousand on the pope. In those audiences 110 votes fur Supreme Judge of Nebraska. special. request must' bo uildrcsid to lteprcseututivcs 111 Congress choose tho holy pontiff; all the wishes of tho their seal'' by lot. visitor, must he. cnufinoJ to asking Iu New York City seventy women blessings foi himself and miiiio memhave licenses for cllin' beer and bers of his family. It is permited til-- 8 liquor. to present some articles to be blessLa grippe, it is said, not only ed; but jliis is useless, for the pope 011 the cot.Eumiiliou of iiuiuiiio entering the reception room gives liii nml whiskey, hut, ulso, the number bluniii;,' to all the persons pieseut, of suicides and s. and coiiu'iiiutly to the articles which The largest farm iu the world for thev iiimv h.ivc brought with them. the bieedin3r of hoiscs is 111 Califorln Sr.KKPUiSS NIGHT uiado nia, and belongs to Senator Sluml-foul- . by that terrible courh. Shiloh's Guru is tho remedy or you. King Geoige, of Greece, has the For cu'le by Z. Way no Griffin & llro. pvr-KinI down, ciiiwn; i'lio l,i?.t uirl soino-- i BU.MIB wo ury l.iy th.it who finds t dji'iei'lt to tell tho truth, it ltd then !io jjiov.m il.tiiircrc iti. A'l ub t i cnlnt'i mh ii li.tlnt t'.miur fi'ht f liii'i Mils soiiii'iinii h lilt ii k ' iimiy j.i'iijiIh cm! .1 pi'itv sin. Hit Mi would liulii'vo. tinie.i b 'comes .i1:;il';l'i-'JBi- i jb&. hJIlll!yil ortf.Yo, Lunao, C - jul Id j hid toll llio l.i.', oirl tl.nt n none 01 tliii io(id lniii'4 nt lifo con o I I to tliu woman who l.i.iiv waits for' Ilium. Miu is vuiv ion I in iiui'tiP'r , 3r LAMEN& iiAnAPA ex.x UllUVkV w& iiunoLU vx t jn "'"" 'S QUINN'S OINTMENT. a ftnd all pnl'irccmvuts, KfflCMaii ortrzno, ninururro, by iili.ululi'lr rt'inovcil THE. Mil. C. Y. "AXCllREDisy -- that old Kiii,c!i motto: "All ihin.t come to him who kuowcth how to wait,'' li'it she isn't wisi utiouii to tiiidotstmul that tho knuwintf how to wait means tho tfoinjj ahe.itl and d injj that which she finds to do, for each action liriiiirs n nearer to tho go.i' desired. T c(.iife-- specially disliku tho lav nirl. I do; ves. I re illy dislike lu-- r thoroughly. 'I'l.o selfishiieisli.nui.ub) hot- niiintciosliiio' she takes no trouble, to loiru :ui titiLT unless it ho how to shiik her duty: and in lifo -- in social life- - wo have a riiflit tmlciiliin I t'lat pun)ile are of interest. Tho drones aio of 110 use: unlike tho quemi bees, they do not oven superintend thn workers, they only bother them. Them are o many things that it would bo easy for tho buy firl to do, but s!uj never does tho:n, mil slio may bo cer-t'l- iu that the sins of ouiis-iio'- i will bo liidi'ed as soTurlv 'as thoso of for only (toil liinnelf knows just what is tint Iciiiptatl-to the sinner who falls by the waside. 1 - ptrboltlr. Prt,ijl.0ktfp II, trtid uaA bo ilovti not W. n. tvnainaTwa What the umiunltflnt tnttoraement 0 our lexu ng nortcmt'ii i mcrinuriurcj. Uinxiiaiit, Ouhltr Ktalf Hank, Mai im. aunn..Raiai " One tmtt'f ciirisl a very bail raio cf bltoit arovln oo ft maro fortNlilch" I'luve mcvlmn oirtnil mi woulil not iw nanout it ir it coil H.uu a ixiiiif." . Jl Aatt Amulrfifi of tuch tettlmoniali. X I Silttlrnl 1! 7t rT TVJ S i'i is 12 j wwmswmMmMSMamKWMiwwmrwmm KDY & CO.. AVhllclinll, twmm i i yourdnieKlM for It. Jf 2c Manila for trial bat. TIIM ONLY- - T:rr: m Cnti,Vli'p-J'i(- N. Y. m t it lJiclmnl Mnoiircli, t'trr. j i PliBLl UM FOURTH lit I PAPER DISTRICT OWENSBOfll Aihtbunj, AlAivlllr, llr.ht, NATIONAL BANK ! Jy " " T If Ihvl TCm. U.S. DEPOSITORY Owensboro, F.y. Seoutitv Wgv Hf-jpceit-s PUMLrSIIEDlNTHlfl. Mhi Maggie J.uca ;,- - Iltuvtr Uam Jlig CHftti, " ' (.Vhi'khi. dtn'ijtVili', I t A IF 11 liwknihip CHESSIIAL y Hamilton ST I l I'furl. 'iij " " . . i ti fiitutou'ii" Vviro, lit mI City K Smith Ilennj Timhy. t i V witvrll, HcliOt, " " SI! HWwp v r.j .Win Ji N' veil' 1) ,1 i ml o li ti v y .ARK v. 0 lJ .1 A Ihiiinm com-inissi- oii, Jliirton, " Jlnrtr ltoitirii Livermoif, " JsitchiittJ, " ..'. H l ' Sititili'tfnr. Iloli'it A Mil rr ' II" V icirhnrils iintoresl .Sp'cei-all- ii.ud KUB8GRI-BEI? . . Xricton W . " " Svilrniii. " IjituUi'Ulf, l, MUl'tv-- C M I'tlli'ift.nt. .ISiilil.'i (.'. It'UitiHt. on lime deposits. o7 licics your business vAVSOW RENO, '.''.' f 'J i'F NOT '.. '.: Cashier. 't For tamo luc . i lo 01' chest, use Morijiintmni Shiloh's I'orous Flistor. I'rico 'Jo Mugan, " cents. Sold by Z. W. (Iiit'fiu i'c ISro. VVinfiM, ' ro TIlKli.O-D- , dlcestlon anil 1'ltamnt Hhln- Weakness. Malaria. Point l'leii-'inIIIUousncM, take liockjwrt, " iRosr riTi'ir s. It cure qt'.:! It. For silo' b- - all Jealers lp - ta scaulno. raedlclne Jioch'ttrr, " Jlot'mr, oIkiiI, " l l' S 7'.ii,iic K It Ini'ham FM S A rmimrn'i;;3 Ehilcl. L'KNTUAL CITY, KY. R. I?. Hit" t'linii-Iici- l. SUBSCRIBE jj at once! Taylor. I'' (i'mc. I ' Ihinitl llfiultr. Mttiltloje JMUNii VOIR '...., f ' ,' 'AXrOrJ. PRQPfilHTOi?. just been up.iired and newly . "j Located i" ,' ll(((iMy .111 - clo-- c to Depot. work; r Subscribe for tho Hartford Kepuijli-can- . hm'tir ' &vZ, " " Shrev. Summit, " Sulphur Sl Jrlf) ' V U'hitmghi' II' Good meals hi . it ., tiial lunch, (live t J to ' And it will receive - ..i W,AU iJ'i . Anittliono troubliil llli non oimiicm reinltlns from care or orrn ork 111 be relieved ly tiulntf llrown's Iron Hitters, uumiuo bar inido msrkinJcrosse,lrellIneoatarper. Xeurntglc Persona 'nrrrT ' ' xzljlm rDToaCLtp "" tteaa.tioasL i - HUE SC- "rai ..a.ilj at TERRY M'F'G CO.. f ' OASES. ue. Josp(ctfully, l. I Nashville, Tcnn, e 11 Dr. FrniieiV Kidney tu.d Hack-ach- e Cure - warranted to ive nttiv faction iu every cae or nmnev rettiiu-el- . I For sib. b,' L 15 llj.tn. inir nvsi'iii'-- ii l.- - llroitii's Iron Itlilrr. umiin'lM It. l'lirlcliin. All ilo.ilon ki'tfii It SloijrlKirile. (Icnult.c has trniU' mnrk uiul i ni'il n il llnei on run-"- l.-. BARNETT & ROGERS- THE BEST INVESTMENT '. bj3)iii24-k- i A joi.v .1,7 Ofil-- ri jio.v iu:i.t:i: in ).!.).-:- , For the Family, School, or Profeslonsl Library. ur bald-heade- If tl.i '"n ! t I It it r!i"Trrnl I'l p t Itpi-icil- r III " irifklj ccr!lcTCDll u .. oor . uii t u II I', T i ravABMDe?:! lienmi IN jvKiiu.y.i.iy: I7SLFJ& ! ' K 'i'riil'nl I'ltl I IS mill I'liiilD'liitiii'rii Owc'nsboro. Kjr. trxititl 1 1, . n, - Has licen for yenrs Stiiiiiliuil Authority in tho Go'verniiifiit l'i'iiitin;;Onicc and U. S. Court. It is highly rccomnieiided Iiy t :H Stilt Miti'ts ot'Scliool-- i mid ; ma icmmi; Coltepo ' Ni'itrl.v till tli Uclntol Jfoolcs I )ill)li'lird in tills country nrc tj uiiiu AVflistcr, ItiiiM'il tin; lending Schuol ltook LiKiaii's Spavin Cure. J'O(K) liiviro "Vii'(ls ami nearly j !())( more IOuuniv Ins tliim Momo Vhto, Colo , Pec 31, IsW. ' anj otlici' Aiiicrlcau Dictionary. Dr n. J. Keihtl.T. Co., KiUiilurli t'alli, Vt.: trmtcd Ki'intiilt'i ilm L i fi;MM tliut I ii lit at :i t Mill I IliillUillito,(f'.- t uiMcnr .Mllli I tiieit t l.uinnr-- i Iu tu IliiwJiilnc I.hi. ) t u .i.ii .imt ntl 'tIDi KiMtlall A m ,rl i,iJ, tu r itiitii i.t U r irano- im i. 1 toiill IrnrM i .i r firkf.lnn rftrittlhInir-i- t rtituM iirevah'obU.I 11 i'it. ww tn. .1 it fur muiiIiii nml r .t t in ml ' rti. Tliev fn K i Y ru 0 t ir ' , K. u. . W KLLv. -!i Unlt it.:; uu !! th- Lir,tict r I - rU I , ;t:j. .u, " mmE2zj h't'iin Suifn i'i tmp tin a ' !77 ii- miowx'S moN Contnlna One nrrrrjis i lnc limnt--. Tills liookji fc'lveuuwuy ulttnuf uuit'general storci. at IIninlrl ltrclri for.mkv. ilellcloiuCatiilf, licnly unit iUlelsly For Catnloguo'iincl Pricos, writo tho Manti&otiirirsv1 I I vV f TV'O.rn y.tr I. ttnr J Vjr Jvhn I. l.v.ilflr. f.enl.ln. Irof.N Vu.l .w, rk l.r b. --, fi vu lu.v D.l ink. ,u 'i i.. htutli.tul WititMtb T.mi .fkly how l...iu fi.utf&i. (7ll.,liy ttll,t.Url, tiidm..ti iiikiii. In llvih HIM..II fgllon.imi'it ' ' rfi. itlf & i iivwi, iiiinriiv lJU g i" all wur iiuiPAf ttioiutnl it fin tt lh 5Tvr!ViV 9 tUrt oti. fwrtidniir rtrr vn ktr ifrvillrrf. lAIIY.MVBkblL't lAMlLlTJlia iUVt. A.tdrf-- . itH., Austin,. Tomlinson am . .& Webster Wg.. Co., i .1 li si i iCtron 'icirl i4 put i. tl it Ii Itdticr-tmvln- ior 1 wiih vtiik. )'tlrfty JACKSON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. Ul ( f ,, lielt.uo i ever irea n lnu- oir anl Umt'iii'M flnl retnuietl Ilm hn )iuri-t.ihi- l' li SPECIMEN TESTIMONIALS. l'm.i lecoouyfllftereiiculii theelzc of the Iih-Ijr. u. cuui.t.r. vour truly, tin bono very I aM ie hown u.n lanicneas neither ?iilarnp-- Tho HswYirkWorld""! i A at- iri.ri.Bi MA-r5 "iiio't mm ' ThnB3ll33 i Lm-u- i'unieJfdlol thf ttrt (!b3 yl WcUur h the in Icilcoprnpliy. - l Trie C't jtrr Inllle, or je hnttlcs for ' . .til ilrwjijt't lime It or run w I It or It trill he nrnt to any ail j it nn rrrrljit of price by the projirle- - TlloAllaUlaCOLSlHutlon t..-' ip'Uti lirl ti .( .!, TLo 1 Cicg: t , ijiuiiiitliorltyliiniir'lu'o ' lulcr Ocean mvsj WiMir' li si S, K. Oix, l'ri-iilei- (' T. MclIi:.Mt, r. Wfli-i- lun ivrvm tl S' m 'V bald-head- DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburgh Falls. Vermont. T!in Vrvt nt nik"l ra Prhana Vhsi.'.i mis-nrb- Adjustable Extension Stand. 1. ! .. mi-- t f fllll'lllllli; "voiiP-i- . I " tl.i mr tl.i' '.r.i ii vnll ll'fl .. I' r7 lnii(.lil-- fru-- . .&C.MEHRIAr4&(.0..1'uk'r9.Sirloi:fiell.!us tj'xli Uen IlinrtAtumi'I Time Domacmt nj-iutnorii i im . t'i.1'. t 'J i l") ,mi. l i. mm . .1ii.ii, it ,'., iiuiuvv'OKO.ii tiaiisennts M .tiling.' Aio vuti nvvyretliatit iifti'iiffiiiJ on the J littles nttd Tar tot). oftiyi runs ItitoCniiAiiiniitiotf ont ' ' ends iu Dt'iith'f l'tjile MtlTi'riti fn'iin 'Atllin.i,a lrouL'hiti.4, l'liciuuuiiu mid Coiisuuintion vvlll alii' " - ' ' toll you that " WH , i3a - ciioiu strati YOO Cfl08H?fl -- - !' , ' ' fc- -. rf Hartford. II.VIITFOIM), KY, :srC0a?0SATEfl. P T5 STARTED WITH A COLD. : FDR. ACKER'S i . - m Kiiliui-I- chicken-po- x. m, le Gasit:!, 520,000, ptiiier, tu'iil i m-- Englitil) "Whito Slavery. I linos Hunt, Itict it. A th i' close of tho throat Amerie.iu civil wur, 2u years iijjo, I was n volunteer hel)iiiir atiioti U(),0(M) freed slaves, on tho Vorktown ieiiiiisubi, in the slave breeding State of Virginia; nod fiom iutiinato pursouiil acquaintance with laro niimbeis of these puoplu, I iiiihesitatinly assert my conviction that Filmland with all her hoastwtl .froodom and Christianity, has n worsu though mnro nal iiionoy makiur system of -ud wliitu-sl.iver- An appeal for help has been made to the Uusted States in behalf of the four bundled thousand sufl'ercis from the Japan earthquake. The first colored Catholic piie-- t ever raised to the priesthood in this country was oidaiued at ilaltimote the other day. He is n thirty year old quadroon, named Uncles. There is only one other colored priest iu the country. He was ordained at Home. "Collars and Culls' is the appellation given to an English Duke, and grands 111 of Queen Victniia. "All riht, Do Snity," was one of the (iist sentences ever sent over Fie d'n subiiitiiine teleguiph, WEEKLY j iJi'Ciittuti IWII. J n (xciiiiuc on j.v nml "l1' - Kvnn-vil- orn, i.ouviiie, other Commercial for CoukIh, Gilds Rreatcst of r.vliHicrn Iteinedics? It will htojin CouKbiuouejiiKlit., It will clutcKaloIil inS will prereut Cjoup, icljcto Ai tlima and euro Consumption if taken il L.....y It" You can t nltoul to Ihi witm it it. A .'S cent iMttlo innvi aro vou fJ iu tunc. may for f 3100Vin lootor'rf liilN Co., 10nivo jour lif ! Ask your ilmo-N- t UhiU. ft, i r wr to West ltroailway,- - NVw York, for ? to Ii. iooKI'.U it .ro i nut - ENGLISH REMEDY nml' Consumption is beyond quebtion tbo all uaaaanaaa i witb bo bcriom a matter 't Can you nfTonl to neijlect it? Can you trifle Aro you aware that 3 iitBiiiiiiiaiigniiiBi 1 Citie-i- . r,r uw.1 t 1U Accounts of iiiilividutils and corporations colicitci' Money loaned on colluttcrul nml pei-oiu- 6 Months, 40c. UL il t. .2l Special uttenttoii yiven t; mllec-tioii- ". ;um cheapest pLibiished. xican , i i.: t i; '. - ppR; .. 4 - G. T. McHoHry, Cnshicr.- M:tistan'2;rr;:v. 1 1 y, lnui oven nero si, iv- ory was mid that its results are us and dein iraliiii";. fatal Kvory biiick negro slave was woith from toO to $200 to bis owner, and solf- -i uterest mude the owner take decent CAiu of suub Taluable propuity, just us some men ,iu this country care more fur valuable' cattle, do's and horsii , tlntii tlmy d for tlioir ovn flesh ami blood. In eiviliod l'li)X-Uwl.it jlavos havo no cmiiuer-ci- al viluo, ati'l tho sweitiit' capiuiiddlumiii, talist, or tho gr.ispiu can rind his v'ctims to deitb, millstotios of free to prosticompetition; drivo tho tution on tliu streets,!)? bury tliHiu in jiaupor's graves; tui'l noun but tho poor is any loiur, because as fast as tb j icthlis fiili, there aro plenty more All this goes on 10 fill their places. coniiuureial tni'lor- - tho Froo-Tradogma, of ''buying in the cho.ipost in.irkot," and churchiiiei and aio a like guilty of tlioir brotko'r's and sister's blood. ml 11 do clis-sant- f.'rr.1 n'n." ft' - frl'Ael vi,j 10 c'.a'.u i.i j.ub'.'ctitJon ; c-cry tho ti'vro of tho world lload-i- r .c. ?tup S w1sTF?i ; iSiRsfa Dfod V& aJ ' t UH'lil jllw. Ifsfl I'r.tto:1 vo i x and contri-V..;tIo- l.orno; :. Standard Investmoit. S. BrrinaTidf M9utgoiiliry,.Nl'i., ''FJeiiwetid-rn- e a bottle of Quiun's OrtntmefiiVl Ifavoised it, lor H. write: CiuiDcil - . fUL-liji- lint be i ii, ojimi .xrcai succc. witliotil it'in iliy.barn," v" ' .' lfoct; i.i.- vrtqi .WindpuHii nml 'l'lior-- . Needing it tbolc orchlrdr-- n th'at want LuUdloj ,'. uri. ihonlrt unowN'H nuwr ttrfrtMa. It ti iJeMWit to J)te, eatt UfJwM. Indlje. U unit limtMAi&u. ;jlllitalriktpil. '' ' uXJlDIKS. tl Tho Lazy Girl. Celt ;cc, Airrlculturo nml Com-sic.v- o rtwrti .. Tioa vrmmmMm In n r nt isMie, the lidiua llouie i.rtt n EP1!1 l.rrro.il.ini. Mil lln.orwirk, I '.iiiiy ii 'i m' RB 9 .loiirn il .iie.iii; tb'i followiutj: " u VfM St.nd, Mu.lo Maml, Altai KUn.l. Anmm SCllS B" w ililiT..i...iilT-o(.i,.,,.- l ir Inlbrlr Rciiorls. JllMo rltni, Jlook Stamt rtowtr Mund. eliw Itutk hrtui-e3Bauf) O ow,il',llll,l An H "rly Lllirrr, wood, rubtl fliilnti, lie, 3 ktnnd i 'Kvor nineo sliy w ji born ovuiytliinir and IjmhU Hard Oftlie. I)lollunry nlheight kfrIrir no i.u.lil,. nit, .1.1). to rni. 1 11. lurnl.ti rvtmhlitr 1i.,iaii,oii hr ,ik Yea c.n nt.i I. lleltfht eitendul.ftrt tix tun. Mefiftit 11 i,tritft,t uto .11 luib bueu iiti'oublo to i or, Sim finds llxllhlijwlK.li.l,l1v,t9. KKIltLO,tVtr. )iirpiir. iiiiuii.iiif, ,Irtliii;.juiir lim. I. thrrk. 1hli,f..n . ili.r. woiiiI.iNI u.ri. I.. J..,(l ef VViutilutf tua bt , Hutton, Miuc Utara Muirrm, rrwin $tt to V&(1).f M..k.nd u w.iUj, SJ3CCH13E! SUBSCRIBE! to Im tun iiiiuutes Into for it e.it-iit,dl.nrin,r Itifl. .tttrl.Hc. T.r.a luntl.li yoo lb. rnt tl tnd l..rli j,u lllfl. NoM.t.lo.irl.lnli.r.. 1I", lull I, rfv! ii,.tion breiikfit't tbiiu j'lit on time; bbu .1 miliAli, uilrtt. Hake Your iiojuc:; Happy. tint by leaving lier work until it douu tl.e I nst minute she uiin Stimplo Oopioa unit Prorxilura nn: riitsc kY.mi'kmin uV'ihiath just ns witll, iiud situ will tell you List nmllocl i'roo to uny addrcsn. j Tiied 'lecliil, dtill'liendncjidf pitius' Unit sbu liutu-- i to do it; tb.'it is it faAgonts wantod ovorywhoro. in various "piti'tH of tile body, vorite verb of liers to linto; site Addrosa , at tbe pit of tbe Mnnuieli, low t'iiic bates tiouble, slin lmtes exertiiif,' ommsrgal, the, level ihuc.J., pimples or sort's, lire Louisuille bursolf, mid iiioru tbtit nil uKu sbe bki'oll. all jioMtivueviilpfici'ot'-pni'-nueIjOuIbvIHo Iiy bates nil tlm r st of tliu world that No'iinittor imvIt became iiis'iiictl it vvlion slio doesn't. SQ0U13 to succeed .iiiit'. bo pnrilied to avoid death. - Dr. slio doesn't hbo is too luy if prJUieiir eVn,iilM(i,C"": ' Acker's KnglMi HloodK'ixirlia.s-nei'i- ' liiivu to work An tbiuk iiiueli, and failed to remove i the coiisuiiiuiico is sbuuts ti stupid lii! ivninnti.. Sitlil Ainiblr onsitiviviriiiiri' V v look in lier face, and nobody is parWiUJ The LouUng Pholograpbsr. vriyfe iititec bv Z..Wuviio.(.vifilait l$n. ' ticularly anxious In cultivate ber site is too bi.y to keep jfMu3 rickiES In luiy Stjle :r,c Siie. fj;reiit iptotions of tho tip wttb-tlii' f.ir'i Vt U Ii., IV IM, I.t t, Aii.ll.. "OId Pictures Coined mid Knlnigeil wiii?ijseztix!i! j r , if., Jm. lbl.do.liili. day, anil vvbon situ w told of sonm-tilidJtia.Wli. VMi., bWVSlglj l'.l,f'' foh,.V.Ti!JV7rlMl.rlli.1 , raifiii.l) ,.ti'I,u inilolli.iMdtk pJ A SPECIALTY. tbtit h.is liapieiiod sbu ISTHBBtST. k' Qjr"""! ; Studio on Main, between Lewis & that can be, that she didn't vvw Kliin.r. .1. ...Mr r.rnliir Irvin 1 10 i lll.d.t'.AUlr.ll. VW.Ii(w.ilvli.v .,, ,... ni, a,.,, jn. I)avieb StreetK, - ikL. -- m bOO'it. And slio wonders in uu ntf r cau or .11 th- - tin,.,t.n.iiii f.r work., hip Auirni ". wi t.A. qv liana. . 'ftovni'' now n..irib.tf FrY.e0$r M.W I.llnr. unRiM nion.y ul.riri... a7w(5 i,.lv.,iiMl.ifiil I'.rll nWEXUlOJIO, KY rprteved way, as if bur just dues bad ulli'lt.H'.,t:.Mi')OI,..rtliiiKlMnli-- 0 beeii kept, from ber. Slio is too buy II. A. LOZKIKKtfcCO., I" herself to keep love, ovou : ' 7Iiinr' Poi's'oiis' i.A'..l.n,l love, lias ninny BROWN'S MOM DI7TERS Wholesale J).ialoi(;, if slio friiineri it, and ...t- - ... t i ..i .. .i CurntlllillKiatlun, lIlllomiii'M, iM''hl. Mula. CLEVELAND, O. f;tod, strong vinjrs and can fly away ria, Kervuunic, nml 'Iviirrul iHililllljr, i,0ii iiittni It. All ilial'.ru m.11 It. Ui'tiuliiu ribulM tlm nynlcm. nll4 flloKtion. rcnun c cx IM0 Superior St. vvitb rtmtur cpiicknuss than sbu tuutraiteiiiarlt ami ctuu.itln.'itlt'i.ii.ii vt r.UlUtl I. til't tUuifl'lltllUll CCU Uf bill.', Mll't uO Mvnic, Pony, Art, TERRY IVTF'G CO., imm n !1 1Ti STORE RKTORES, tjA Limment' rc? .' nashvillejenm. P(:Vq IasM 'i for the Ailments of Man", :. '. and! Beast, . t. Hntl . si-- I m I k'i bu-liu- i I t cjl.xjlm o3cr nam reliever.'' 'universal by tho Housewife, the.. ..! ' tTi 2 'Stock Raiser, and by everyone ' ', ii'z'&n enVctiveMinimeiit. j.'.,.'.,' r .,: Vpiication compares with it in efficacy. ..iKvi'ii'ie'inetly' hits stood tlm.Lest of ; ."u. li.ioMr "cncrations. ' :i .' ,.ie c.e;n is complete wi thotlf'a bottle 6f-'- ' .U-v '.'-. ' ' r. ''" -j S J - ; . ..'.I. t Nit. l.l,l.MliS'T. I . ''' 'ji; .ui IL Clark u ng vvon-dersb- ow jmmz iajVAs""- - m I ,it: I ,,. i xS$r Ljlkyi .' ds' and dealers have it.. '. , i':!ic for its use almost' every day. ,'.u -- ..... '' .j -- ' ' ' "...i"-''- . " :t.. '' ...'.: ' ..-. ,i., ..ic ,- 7,,mrti'mi-'Ki'.- 1.5 , J j I I 'l 'i'. J ..uu .:. Boermigsm taylor s; i '" ' II ff i TibbbbbbbbbI i - Agents mrantedti"11 I l .c. . Iot PRjCEiHWBACHEAMDALL , wi DISORDERS. trrr,T,.... i. U i r j mm m w ii,.w,; 1 FOB SAIE:BY Ait 0ftilt,G&TS.''a; '' rair. .! mmmmmmmfmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm If .J''"l "I'.-'J II . ; u t .t''i :i, J . f. if ili 4 ,.. A v .vir