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SUBSCRIBE iok tiii: a Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. REPUBLCAN TERMS S1.25 ?er Annua. In Advance. Anl $1.25 per year. f IHHPHHHTI VOL. V. DISTRICT CONVENTION. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. .. T,. To Tho Colorod Voters of aimoie, rresiuent Secretary. Ohio County. ,-- . Colds, ConhiJ!or Threat Oronp.Tri(lu!n-la- , Whooiinf Couth, Bronchitis nj Aiihma. A MrUIn aura for Consumption In flnt stages, and sura rtlitf In aoine.l itirts. Bit at once. Ton will st.tb. (ictlltnt effect nftrr tUHe tho tnt 60 Mold by desltri everywbtrj. iirrj Miles cent! end 41.00. ttCa tot. a hatorax. rrmedt for Epileptic Fits, Fallliifr .Sickness, Hysterics, St. Titus Dance, Nervousness, Hypochondria, Melnneliollit, In. ebrity, SleeplrssiiP'.s, l)iz zLucss, SoB Hraiii nml Spi- , uur-jh- nal Weakness. This rnedlclno lias direct action upon Iho nerve editors, allaying all Irritabilities, and Increasing tho How and power of norn Hold. It Is perfectly harmless nil leaves no unpleasant elTects. Vnli. ililo IlmiU ,m Norrnui any sV wnt adtlrtw lifu lo M iil p.Mir patunt ran at.o ol'talo I ULaa IhN iiir.llt Iihi ficc tif ihurKO. Tbl. rmr.lr lia. Ihpii itrpar?l hytlio Ktufrend lud .inre ly&aud Tibior KrK'niji. ot Kor. Agents Wanted! reasons, of Ho had not now stop to cnumcinto .ii, limiwpr.prduiulprliUillriKlioii bytn. in his infancy been named by his KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, ill. father, mother or some other good 1 per Ilnillc, O for SB. bUiUlliyI)riiKItinl per-o- n the familiar, plain name of iyrce siio. i.?r. n i:itiio for . Jacob. Hut as he grew apace the ' boy grew asliauidl of the name and the more eupho took upon liim-c- lf WTT iifY neoux name ol apeing snobery, J. Edwin Howe. Mr. Vance said he would name a man the reverse of the Democratic candidate, a young man ol ability and honor, who if elected would discharge the duties free from obligation to any man or tct of men, fairly and impartially without fear or IS THE BEST. WjIWIfWeSWfflK WWITC (p. OIHWUM favor to anyone. E P. Nenl, of Ohio ""o icroiMM .;,.icV.' ftnuivn- J county. Capt. J. A. Clark, of PUovm" Poa SAlr nv Patesville, seconded the nomination of Mr. Nenl, haying he had known II. A. LOZEIERA'CO., Mr. Nenl for years hs n good man and Whulceulu Doulers, a good Republican, faithful nnd fear-les- s CLEVELAND, O. in doing what ho thought whs If 10 Superior .st. right, yet withal ns modest ami ns gentle as a woman. The nomination of Mr. Nenl was made unnninious, l IV j mt o6r:x1.''ix,iir. nnd on motion the Convention Ch'ni'n. E. P. J. H. Ukidon, Sec'y. rnrP"'' IHcii(". H I Ub each one with n pop-gu- n and scut tho Republican party, us evidenced by their curly organization nnd curlihim into tho battlefield. A Harrison and Rcid flag will be est work. Very truly yours, Republicans Assomblod E, W, Hai.ioiid, Private Sec'y, iniscd at this place Saturday, OctoHawosvillo. OphirFnrm ) ber 8. Everybody is respectfully inPurchase P. O. Speaking will E. l MuAdnuiH, Chairman Hepub vited to be present. Westchester Co.,N. r.Aug.15. ) lican Coinmittce lor the fith Judicial lie the order of the day. ifcMn. John P. Haswell, Jr., and Railroading is all tho go between Dintiict, called the HepublicaiM tt orJcne. II. Eridtjf,FIardimbitrj, Ky. der in tliu Court Hotii-- at Huwcriville here nml Horse Branch. The work is Yourcourteousfn-vo- r MvDi:.vitStit: Beforo Bpring to consider tho noniinntion of District progressing nicely. of August lfith reaches mo on my Tho enmities rcprescntetl shnllkcomc again, the heretofore dark oflicers. return this morning from tho East, were Duvicts and Hancock, with n and silent bottoms will have, mingled I beg to express to you, and through letter from Chairman Tinnley to Mr. with the whoo, whoo of the lonely you to the Republican club of Mr. MuAdiiins lo represent Ohio owl, flic mighty choo, choo of tho my best thanks for the dismodern sleam engine ns it wheels county, junction in confers in electing me un E. I. McAdani", of Hancock, was nlong over its iron road. honorary member. The Republicans In the way of weddings, I can say elected Chairman nnd James K Hig of Kentucky have always had the Miss Iteun Tho that Richard Fiiqua and tlou, of Daviee", Secretary. courage ot their convictions nnd huve Worster skipped to Cannelton, Ind., Convention dicided to name candi-datemnde ns wns needed an aggressior N. 15. one day last week and were married. campaign for their party. They have lor Judicial ollices. Chamber nnniinateil Gen. 1). L. Also, John Mason and Miss Annie been rewnrded at times by considers Adair, of Ilancuck, for Circuit Judge. Belle Johnson were unexpectedly ble success, which I nm sine it is withfrom home one morning last George Yager seconded tiio nominal in the power of such organizations as tion and moved it bo made unnni-inou- s. week. A day or two later the par- yours to make much greater in the Tlic motion prevailed nnd ents received a letter which was mail- future. There is no real reason why Gen. I). L. Adair as declared tlic ed at Henderson, bearing the intelli- Kentucky, which still worships the gence thnt they were man and wife nominee for Circuit Judge memory of Henry Clay, should cast Nominations lor Commonwealth's and on their wny to Texas. its political lot with the party, which If actions speak for anything, I tramples under foot Henry Clay's poAttorney were declared in order. E. V. Vance, of Hancock, nominated think one of Fordsville's young M.D.'s litical teachings. Relying greatly for E. 1'. Nenl, ol Ohio county, buying is going to have the holy bonds of future gains upon the work of such that he wanted homebody to vote for matrimony, which have been so long clubs ns yours, and with renewed except tho Democratic candidate recorded in heaven, legalised on thanks, I am, Yours truly, Kowe, to whom lie was oppnted for earth. His partner being Miss Whitlow Ri:ii. many reasons. To begin with he was Well, I guess you know sho lives in The club felt highly honored by the candidate oi the Democratic ma Hartford. thus being recognized by our two , C. T. Sutton nnd wife, of Owens-chine and that of itself was sufiicicnt distinguished candidates. I'uhtih. He said boro, me visiting friends ami relatives for nil good Republicans.' Tis Even More Than That. he wsih oppoH'dto him for many other in and near Fordsville this week. T. II. Sutton, of Owcnsboro, is in The modern newspaper must be which ho would not all . nnti A. ,..... r. NO. 10. Taylor, VT7I i-- F PROFESSIONAL CARD. at o liar-din-bi.r- g s nb-se- nt ' town this week. The school nt this place is progressing nicely with Dr. Alva Jones at its head and L. M. Render ns as- sistant. Success to at id party. the Republican p.iper W. C. Si3 ' Will- - WII.I. YOlTroiiifliwIirnMliilnira will Rile lnuiif.li ite nllcf. Price 10 ot., Well ii.l ft. Hold y Z. Wnjiii. (irlffln m Uro. lEWfc JSVAnii HARDINSBURG. Sept. 27. No items from this place have appeared io your paper for some time. Your correspondent, ''Itobin Hood," hasdeeu seriously sick, but I am glad to say isconvulcscent. tshall attempt to supply his place this time however feeble thnt attempt may be. The candidates for the various county offices spoke here to quite n large crowd yesterday. Mr. Ball, our candi late for Cirruit Court Clerk, made n very good speech. He ninde a number of new friends. Tho Harrison and Reid Club failed to hold their regular meeting last Saturday night. The membership of We expect to the club is now l.r(). enroll 200 belore the campaign closes. E. Bowmcr was up from Clover-por- t Sunday. Clint Lewis and son, James, who both have typhoid fever arc improving. Miss Board, '"": - more than n chronicler of passing Besides full and detailed events. accounts of the world's happenings, its columns must be replete with articles of n miscellaneous character of inter- est nnd mirk. Tho family newspa-- . per of to bo a success, must produce n diversified class of matter that furnishes entertainment to al' classes. All these qualifications are embodied in the Pennsylvania Grit, that peer of illustrated newspapers, published at Williamsport, Pa., and whose true merit has won it a place among the leading journals of this country. Agents and newsboys nro wanted in every village and town in tho United States, not already sup. plied, to 6cll the Grit. Good agents and nowsboyB make from 50 cents to $5 every Saturday selling the Grit. For free sample copy nnd full particulars, address Grit Publishing Company, Williamsport Pennsylvania. y, mmu Si WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS UUllUID'Ol.nTI.OIIXtD. BEAVER DAM. Sept. 27. Tobacc.i cutting is almost over. A very lair crop ol the weeil raised this year. There will be a good acreage ol Some farmers wheat hown this fall. are done sowing, others nro waiting on account of giassboppcrs being so VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. rrptr.0kf HOM) r.VKIlYWIIIUtU. numerous, Sowders & Son's colt show brought several visitors to our town Saturday. IT 18 A DITTY yon imp yourself nnd fnm. There were a good lot of colts exhibIjr lo art llio your vnlun fortiy Keonnnilxr) In hrt fnoivsenr jour ituiurr. iiurrlin.lnc I.. llnuglnH Mine., tvlilrh rr.irr.rnt Inn ited. The first premium was awarded Dr. srnlnn lor prlcea uakrd, an .liuu.nndn Will 1V.II1). to II. H. Taylor, of Liberty wjw. 0 00 $5.00 second was awnided to S. L. Xft9 50 44.00 Aatt Haird, nt Kinderhook neighbonhood, 02.00 3.50 third to Richard Pluminer.of Prentis. iM LADIES 42.50 $2.00 Our town is still on the improve, 42.25 1.75 the new addition to the Central Hotel ron BOYS has been completed, and nil the 42.00 41.75 ton building is being newly painted, which y vrun a. iri' 'u4 helps the uppenranco of this part ot ' T7J WfW hSjAwJV V town. Mr. Daniel's house is Hearing completion; this gives our town another nice residence. chntTeen. School nt this place is progress THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET. OTHKIt Hrr.ClAI.TIUS In footwear nro of ing excellently. Miss Laurn Renthesamu hlieh grade, mid rx present a money aluo far beyond th price charged. Sio that uaino and der, of Hartford, commenced school price aro stamp,..! on liottnm of each shoo. TAKKMirtlJIIHTITrTK. W. . lluuglu., llroektuui Dlu.a. Bold of at South Heaver Dam last Monday week. Baker Rhoads, of South HOOKER & TABOR, Beaver Dam, commenced school ut Rosinc, Ky. Union tho snnio day. Wo wish them much success as they aro young in tho cause. Jessie Moseley is tho happiest man Marks tho Opening of tho in tho county; it's a boy. ' FALL nml WINTER TRADE. Our former townsman, J. Will Cooper, of Cromwell, was among his Wo oiler lor your inspection n friends here Saturday. Mr. Tabor, of tho firm of Hocker & Tabor, Kosinc, wus m town Satur- Of New and Desirable Goods nt C, Very Reasonable Prices dny eveniti";. neigh-borluvi- 10,,6T,t.Otl "F1! W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE WP&Hsifllm f SEPTEMBER LARGE : STOCK y Sept. 22. I nm glad - to say that Mr. J. It. Walker, who has been ill with typhoid fever, is imfMI'OKTED SUITINGS proving rapidly. From tho fashion centres ofKurope. Misses Olive Howard, Coin Miller AMERICAN FAIiRICS and Clarence Smith aro quite ill with In new and beautiful patterns. typhoid lever, EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS The doors of tho now hotel aro now In fall mid winter novelties. open to tho public. Its outward show is beautiful and its inward puriOur liii.no on m.y I'nolmge i.irnns) ty is assured by its gentlemanly proBEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices prietors. 5,000 Fall and Winter Col. J. S. It. Wedding addressed tho peoplo of this place last Saturday Cloaks, Latest Styles, on tho political questions ot the day. $2.50 to $35 each. He shot holes through the Democratic Co Circus with free wool aud busted tho C. 238 Fourth Av Louisville, Ky. Third Party Sido Show with government railroads. Ho aroused the He-Golden Rule Stors. publicans from the state of lethargy into which they bad fallen, armed on -- at tiii: Bum m PORDSVILLE. E. Overstreet & 1 who is teaching in has returned home. Stcphenport, Scarlet fover having broken out umoiuig tho children there, the school was dismissed until the 1st Monday m October. There was n great game of ball played hero on Saturday the 24th, beand Owcnsboro. tween Hnrdiiuburg Our club was composed of home boyB, while Owcnsboro has a regular paid This was the second game of nine. scries, the first having been played at Owciibboro. Hardinsburg was beaten ETNAVILLE. thero by n score of 10 to 7. The score The grades of the pupils of District last Saturday stood 8 to 7 in favor of our boys. About !500 people witness- No. 76, are us follows for tho mouth ed tlic gnino ami the excitement of tho of September, 1892: IIONOU ItOIJ,. scene can not be easily imagined Ben Rico 98, Corbn Harrison 90, when one oi tho home uiuo knocked a home run in the last half of the ninth Frank MoKinley 99, Billio Payne 90, inning, thus winning the game. Um- Lawrence Brown 90, Cleveland Loyd brellas wcro waved, hats tossed in tho 90, Alfred Loyd 92, Estel Miller 90, air and yell alter yell from 300 throats Junius Miller 90, Arthur Phillips 90, In fact your corre. Maggie Newton 9.1, Hattio Brown rcut tho skies. in imminent danger of 99J,Iuis Phillips 99, Ida Simpson 100, spoudent wus ht ut the hands of a Jim Stoy 90, Willio Hayues 90, Milosing his young friend who was madly whirling nor Lyons 93, Floyd Pico 90, Lemuel The third Colemnu 98J, Era Lovd 92, Ira an umbrella in tho air. Breck 90, Henry Harrison 90, Henry Owcnsboro gnmo will be played at Lyons 90, Lattio Stoy 99, Ethel next Saturday. 92, Minnie Breck 99, Noln At one of the meetings of tho HarNewton 92, Nettio Breck 100, Eliza rison and Iteid Club, motion was made and curried thnt wo enroll tho Stoy 99A, Mary McKiuley 99J, Viola names of President Harrison nnd Miller 99J, Alma Phillips 93, Lizzio Whitlow Iteid as honorary members Miller 99, Mnggio Miller 99, Corda of our club, nnd appoint a committeo Harrison 99, Vcrda Loyd 99, Emma to writo to each of them and inform Lyons 98, Bessie Loyd 99, Missouri them of tho action of the club and so Loyd 99, Katie Thornton 98, Tiny licit a reply from each. Replies wero"pInrr's,,n 10 Those falling below 90 per cent, nro received from both of tho gentlemen, as follows: nml it wus ordered that copies of tho Sofa Hcsting B0, Mollio Newton 87, letter be spread upon the miuuto book nnd also that copies bo sent to your Lidn Spencer 0, Dora Board 49, Fred paper for publication. The following Hestiug 55, Ben Newton 75, Ira Chcwuing 32, Charlie Martin 19, are accurate copies; Fred McClary 87, Sara Spencer CO, ExccutivoMansion, Washington, Aug. 19 '92. Ella Spencer GO, Nora Baize 25, Oma Ky. Wndo 0, Archio Rico 88, Ed Corloy John P. Haswell, Jr.,IIardintburg, My Dkak Sib: The lcttcrof tholO, 89, John Martin 20, Geo. Spencer 37, inst., signed by yoursolf and Mr. Jim McClary 75, Georgo Sanders 8, Eskridge has been received in tho ab Albert Pay no 22, Walter Sanders 0, senco of tho President, who, as you EJ Rico 50. MimSai.mi: Cou:man, Tencher. know, is ut Loon Luke in attendance a m upon his invalid wile, and to securo AKI. YOU .MAHEme.crul.lo l.y (mlluirtlnn On his be- Cou9tlmtou, Iiiiiiiea, loan or Appetite, Yellow some much needed rest. 11 half I desiro to express his thankB tor Hkln?by Shllnh'a VllalitorA Ilro. n iotltlo euro Y. Wnjno flrlffln Bold .a. m the kind letter, nnd to say that he apa ltln nnd frarn preciates highly tho efforts being made I'neo 45 and W cent. Sold by Z. perfume. by the young men in the interest of Wayne (Jrlfflu Uru, eye-sigWcs-terfiel- d At'KMI-.TACK," Thoso who believe that Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy will euro them aro nioro liable to jet well than tiioso who don't. If you happen o bo ono of those who don't believe, thorn's a matter of W00 to help your faith. It's for yon if tho makers of Dr. Sago's remedy can't cure you, no matter bow-baor of how long standing your catarrh in tho head may bo. Tho makers are tho Worlds Dispensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y. They aro known to overy nowsb.ipor publiher and evory druggist in tho land, and you can easily ascortain that their word's as good as thoir bond. You wind pour watch once a day. Your liver and your bowels should act just ns regularly. If they do not, uso a key. The key is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Ono a dose. Gitni.Ti.vo. Wo are nenring innth. or Presidential contest. It behooves us, therefore, to look the pending issue square in tho face and in the future, ns in the past, he found on the side of Ktght, Juetice and Equity. Our limited education in Science of Government, prevents us from thoroughly understanding the economic questions that will be discussed during the campaign and voted upon nt the approaching election, yet, Ab Colored Man need be deceived, us the lines aro ul ready drawn. Tho Democratic party through its platforms, policies and methods has always been, as it is today, the avowed enemy of the lao boring masses in general, aud the in particular. It is true, however, that here and there, throughout the country wc may find an individual Democrat who has done a great many good things for individual colored men, but as a party.from the very earliest history of the Government to the present day, they have always objected to every measure, local or National, giving to the negro equal political rights. Judging, therefore, from the past, I have always found it n safe criterion to oppose whatever the Demi ocratic party favors and favor whatever they oppose. We may not with our limited education know much about the Tariff, and the unlimited coinage of silver, but we do know that where Republican ideas prevail the people, regardless of color, are more prosperous nnd feel ns American citizens, "secure in the pursuits of life, liberty nnd happiness." I would not in this underestimate your intelligence or impugn your fidel ity to the great principles that under, lie our National fabric, but kuowing as I do tho efforts that are being and will bo put forth by Democrats to capture the less informed of my race, I advise the speedy organization ot clubs throughout the county. In opposite n to your efforts in this direction, you may fiud n few ignorant sycophants of the race, who will nsk with a devilish emphasis, "What has the Republican party ever done for the negro?" To such give this short but comprehensive auswer: "All that has been done." Some will say: "It is time for the colored race to divide their political strength between the two grand parties; thnt such a step would bo more conducive to the best interests of the Negro American." The This is all political clap-trap- . time to divide has not yet eonie, and will not be here until the Democratic party North nnd South, in States where they hold undisputed sway, accord to tho negro, the same political rights, privileges and immunities ns nre enjoyed by those of tho more favored rnce. Then wo will divide. Then wo will if such n thing be poThen, nnd ssibleforget tho past. not until then, will wo forgive the wrongs heaped upon us for nearly three centuries. Tho past brilliant hictory of tho party and tho present National Administration speaks for itself. Its achievements under the wise, patriotic guidatico of Harrison aud Blaine, will, as tho ages sweep by, shine in the face of coming generations with increased luster. Yours, for God and my country, G. W. Hatton. Louis villk, Ky., Sept. 26, '92. A'e-(jr- The following tenchcrs were enrollATTORNEY AT LAW, J. L. Elmore, I. S. Mnson, W.E. Bennett, Susio King ami A. P, Tay- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. lor. The following wero also enrollJAU. g. (UFS. J.fl. B, WRDDIKd. ed nnd took part in tho discussions: Sz C, C. Tnylor, W. Chapman, S. J. Richardson, W. Daniel, K. A. MarHARTFORD, KY. tin nnd It. E. Williams. (Ollice, over Amleraon'a Ilauar.) Will practice their prof.)lonlunllthc courts o Adjourned to meet at 1:30 o'clock. Ohio nnd tdjolaliiK counties, nnd court of Appeals W. E. Bennett, in nn appropriate Special attention ft.wn to criminal practice and collection", WnWIy talk, assured the teacheis and visitors thnt.they were gladly welcomed. A. j&.. P. Taylor responded in behalf of the teachers, in n few short remarks. Mind Culture wns discussed by I. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h's profession In Ohio an.la.Ualn. S. Mason. His address was both inIng counties, and the court of Appeal, bpecia teresting nnd instructive. Attention given to collections. Office north side public square. t2 71? How to Touch Rending wns then taken up and discussed by W. E, K.I.fl"Fr-y- . It. V. KINGO, Bennett, I. S. Mason nnd J. L. ElSz more. The two former reccommend-e- d the uso of charts, nnd gave their plan of using them in primary readWill practice in all courts of Ohio andaiUoininf counties, nnd in Supinor nnd Court of Aping. Mr. Elmoro gave some good peals. Collections nnd nil Court business attended legal to. Offlte, No..'UJ IMlarkit ttIIsrtrord, Ky. suggestions amoiig which was a method he was using at present in his classes. Having his pupils ATTORNEY AT LAW, in these classes to bring up a sentence for a definition other than tho one found in the text-booHe 6aid tho results obtained wero verv interesting. jR. :E5. "VsT'ed.dJ.ngrt Each of them said that the pupils should ho retained in the reader until he thoroughly mastered it. (Oflice in Crowder Iluilding.) How to Control Children was then Will practice his profession In courts of discussed at some length by the pa- Ohio nnd adjoining counties. all the Notary Alio v2nMly 1'nbllc trons nnd teachers. The importance ot Teachers' Meet:m:. Xj. ings wns discussed by A. P. Tnylor. ATTORNEY AT LAW, After some preliminary remarks by several of the teachers, adjourned to meet ut Bell's Run October 15, 1892. Will practice his profession In ail the Courts ot Wc extend lo fhe peoplo of King's Ohio and adjoining counties nnd in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collection. District our sincere thnnks for tho Office, ocr William., Hell Co's drugstore. courteous munner in which wo were entertained and commend them for interest manifested in tho educational cause. The teachers of the district who were not present missed a grand feast of knowledge, nnd wo hope they will nil be present at our next meeting nnd let us continue to make the meetings interesting. J-- L. Elmore, President. A. P. Taylor, Secretary. Herald pleuse copy. ed: - Glenn gr, "Vv7-ed.din.- ramss Attorney at Law, Smitli, Kingo, Attorneys at Law. y ced Perry "Westerfield Attorney at Law, lareavrin, Hartford. Ky. DENTIST. TllIUtKV. n:o.ll.TH,Wi:K, In. I., 8.15 ofHourl-o- s: ttoNHIl,OIIS "Iloth in) self nn. I ifo owe our lives OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dontal work at reasonable pn'ces. CUItK. liro. m Sol.lby Z. WninoC.rifnni Program of tho Buford Magisterial District, which couvenes at Bell's Run, Saturday, Oct. 15 at 10 o'clock a. m. Devotional Exeicises W.L. Chnp-m Of tho Teachers Association nn. Welcome Address A. P. Tnylor. Response J. L. Elmore. Relntion of Teachers, Trustees and Patrons I. S.Mason nnd C.C.Taylor. Comic Declamation J. T. Yates. NOON. Grammar W.E.Bennett and J.L Elmore. Essay Subject her own selection, Susie King. Physiology Dr. J. C. Hoover. Civil Government C.M.Crowe, S. C. Stevens and B. W. Taylor, Jr. Spelling W. D. Yntcs. Essuy, Life of Columbus It. E. Willinnis. Comic Declamation J.H.Lanham. All friends of education nre cordially invited to attend, especially tho patrons of the schools. J. L. Elmokk, Pres. A. P. Taylor, Sec'y Herald please copy. NIlII.OirNCuroulllimme'lliitolyrelieto croup uooliij courIi nnd bronchitis. Sold by 7.. Wnyno (Irlffln A nro. HE MCXT MORNINQI FEEL BRIGHT AND f.EW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. Iy doctor It acu irentlr on tho atomaeb, ami kMnt,amlisaplauiitluatlT. Tula drink Is jiudo fioin herb., and U prepared fornasaaaaaua Itts called sr nr - All druggists aell It at COe. and tMX) a packag. If Inucannutifetlt.sendTouraddressrorrrtaiuuDDle. LflNE'SMEDICINE V'" l,uwl",r7' UUATOU V. W04IUWAKD, LcUOV, A. V7 AQtll hV.thlaild A XANAI. INJECTOR tree with e.ieli bot-l- o l'ri o M cents of Hlilloh'a Cutnrrli Heme dy. Ilro. Hold by 'I.. Wajiio Griffin Mia. CAMPBELLSVILLE. uiitatucd, and nil 1'ATluST hbaltltM at tended lo for UOIH'.KATK HI.KS Oui office U Urn I) ti 1'nteiit Oftlce, and wo can 06 tsiu I'utcnts in less mo, linn, those remote from nASIUM'lOS. Semi JIUDK1., Kit A II Atf or HIOTO of liiii'iiliou Wo udvuo as to patent ability fitunti huiKcund U1AHOS opposite ;.s ,s;.( uithlt 1A.A.SS Fo. circular, mlviic, ten.;: mid itferencet to actual clients In jour own Mule. County, Ully or Hifl vn.wr eliie0 '! Sept. 27. Hon. C. M. Burnett, Republican nominee for Congress in tho Fourth Congressional District, spoko nt this place on tho 24th met, to tho largest Republican gathering over met in the county. Mr. Burnett's minspeech of ouo hour and forty-fivutes, was listened to with profound interest and created tho wildest enthusiasm among tho Republicans of tho county. Mr. Burnett is making friends wherever ho goes nnd if tho Republicans of tho District will do their full duty botween now and tho 8th day of November, ho will be elected. Don't sit and say wo can't, but we can and o The presence of a political year, or moro definitly, tho year of a Presidential election, arouses in all, or more particularly tho youth, a desire to know tho names nnd administrations luivii, wruu to IMKkKjT0VnV?VSR1 faltm OOlct Omwii'.c uinol(n. 1) O. of tho different Presidents from timet of the Washington. Tho following jingle, given by an old western pioneer, is ono that ho learned beforo his entrance to the no- I.OUINVI I.I.E, NT. I.OVIN A TEX. K, R. ted military school, and it was instruLouisTillei St. Louis & Tens liliij, mental iu enabling him to auswer one of the questions in his entrance faCIIEDIII.B IN EFFECT NOV.l, 1801. No. 61, No, 53, examination, a feat accomplished by WE.vrilOU.NU. Dally. Dally, no other candidate at the examina7:45 a, in, 23 p. m. l.v. Louisville 1:11 a.m. 7.20 p.m. West Point tion: 8.17 a. m. 1.07 p. m. Itrandeuburi; When a joko makes a joker. 9.4 a.m. 8 37p.m. Irvington will is tho wntoh word . Van had to poke tho fiery poker. 10.il a. m. 9.21 p, m, fctrphensport 10.44 a. m. 9.40 p. ra. Clovt rport Wo expect a speech fiom Col. J. S. Boy, let Jack go home; 1U Millie 11:11a.m. 10.10 p.m. It. Wedding beforo the election. Cemo comb, Get a 11:15 a.m. 10.31p.m. Lewlsport 12: 16 p. m. 11:11 p. m. on Bro. Wedding, wo will give you a Otteusboro Tho initial letter of each word is tho 1:04 p. m. 11. M p. ra. Hpottsville Tuylor county receptiou. first letter in the namo of each Pres- Ar. Hcudcrson 1:23 p. m. U 20 a. m. TheLouiwillcConfcrencof the M.E. ident. Thus W, (of tho first word, Mo. No.H, Daily Dally. EIST POUND. Church South, has been in session at "when") stands for Washington, a for 7:13 a.m. 3: 13p,m. this place siuco tho 20th inst, and Adams, Joko for Jefferson, aud so Lv. Henderson p.m. 7:37a.m. Spottsllle The session has on. Louisvillo Post. adjourned OircnVioro 8.27 a. m. 4.23 p. m. 9.09 a.m. 6 03 p.m. Lewlsport been very harmonious aud successful, Hawesvllle 9.33a.m. 3..10p.m' taken all together it was tho largest AEcnts and 10.01 a. in. 3.37 p. ra. Cloverport 10 It a. m. 6:19 p. m, Stcphensport aud most intelligent body of men that 11.02 a, m, 7.03 p, m, Irvington Family ever assembled in this pluco and it sell tho great Illustrated 11:29 a, m, 7:31 p. m. llrandenburg 12 03 p. in. 8 03 p. ra. West I'olnt was with regrets and rcluctanco that Newspaper, Pensylvania Grit. Good, l.oo p, m, 9.01 p, ra. W, L. M, live boys mako from 50 cents to $5 Ar. Louisville wo parted with them. Send for frco sam-pl- o Saturday. Tsalns No, 31 and Mo. 32 make connect Ion at every traiua on Louiscopy and full particulars to G hit Irvlngtnn (Sumhy excepted) withIt. It., east and Teachers' Meeting. ville, llnrdlniburir A Western west bound. For further Information, addresa Tho Teachers' Association of Buford Pudmsiiino Company, WilliamsII. C, JIOItDUK, Cien. IVr'Ag't. convened at port, Pa. Magisterial District Loulsvilla, Ky. Schnolhouso September 24. King's m nml I.Ivor Complaint FOR DINl'KI'SIA Atter religious exercise by C. C. Til 16 niBtall'onnlatnPlinaJalBkla jouhiuoa printed uuaninter on every bottle o Taylor, organized by electing J. L. IIoI.'h Vttallior. Bold by Z. Wnyno Orlfflutllr N. TUiA V RTSklON. out authoclMd I C 5- -', y. . Happy and content Is a home with " Th cluster ; a lamp with the lifht of tha lanralaf. Cauloguee, write KocbesLr Lamp CoNewYariu WANTED WWWMdH Hartford Republican fUBMsiiKO i:vi:hv fhiday mou.vi.vo. JO. 11. HOMI'.HH. IMitor ml Proprietor. FRIDAY, OGTO HER 7,18112. Wc nrc authorized to nniimuicc JOHN C. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People's Party Platform for Commonwealth's Attor iii! in llin .Sixth Judicial District. Kopiiblican Ticket. i W li "-- , ; i - v .r.klJTj rJ ... Tv, kf sr-- -r 6aV 9(H V.V '& SKJMfr fs rwjr. ' &jr KOlt I'lHSIDIINT, BEXJAMIN HARRISON'. Of Imiiiiiin, ron vicr. rur.MPr.NT, WHITELAW REID. Of New York. roi: coNiutnss C. M. HARNETT, Of Ohio County. Km chutit .iiriKsi: I). L. ADAIR, Of Hancock County. 1011 roMMCXWlIVTIIf .Tioitxi:v F. P. NEAL. Of Ohio County. ror. siii:iiiit, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. rou nwnr rotiirr ci.i:iik, T. STEVEN'S. . SEPTIMUS j Look at tho Eaglo He's the same jirouil liird that will ailorn tlio Republican ballot at the coiniii" election. Loud Ti:.vvy.-os-, the rent KnglMi Harnett? ptet, is dead. What's the matter with He's all right. WIW WWH ocrat? you oversee n "fkeered'' DemLook at Alex Montgomery nml Jake Rowe. Did the Ikrihl is now conmuch afraid vinces! that Harnett of .Montgomery. Wi: suppo-- e w.iitld hardly go to FranK-for- t now to get the Little Hend attached, even ifhn exposes were paid. J. Edwin What teachers will win the pri.es for the largest number of visitors on the day of the Superintendent's visit? Tui: chances seem that McBeath's District coinpo.-e- d Hreekenridge, Meade din he will this time be death. in Judge of Uray-6o- and HarStoned to Tiik Repuhlican party has always tion of Win. F. Vilna to the United and attend to them in his absence, as Stales Senate, and tiro now making a Mr. Walker was cone. Jonathan H.Wn.sos. gallant onslought in tho Supremo Tlio Domocratio and Ropnb- .,. Yours Respectfully, which was enCourt upon a second, licau CougrossionalCham- Milby and Hayward. acted by the same Democratic LegispionsMoot in Joint Judge W. II. Milby, of Greens-burlature that enacted the first. Discussion. had been billed to speak here Cu:vi:i.A.vi's letter of acceptance is Wednesday and was promptly on uutM'rr scoiii:s a him vhioiiv, weak attempt to straddle the great hand. Hon. W. T. Hayward, Dis-tria questions now dividing the public "We have met the enemy and he Elector, was on hand and asked mind. He, like his party, has found for a division of time, which was is ours.'' was the feeling of every that Free Trade won't work and is granted. Judge Milby opened in a Republican as be left the Cntttt trying to back down from the advanc speech of three quarters of an hour.iu House Mon .lay evening after listened position taken nu that question in the course of which ho stated tho Reing to the discussion between the Hon. the Chicago platform. The man or publican position on the political is- A. 1). Montgomery and Col. C. M. the party that so tampers with public sues of the d.iy in a clear cut, concise Harnett. Mr. Montgomery had an confidence is unwoithy of tliosiiHingo speech, lie was followed by Mr. appointment here for that dav and of the American people. Hay ward in an limit's speech in Col. Harnett accepted his invitation to be present. Coi C. M. .ii.vi:it is growing which the usual fallacies of DemocratMr. Montgomery opened with n rapidly in popularly and ifthc Repub. ic doctrine were iudu'ged in with the freedom, but without arousing speech of one hour anil licaus of the hh District will only do great gi eater pait of which was spent in n any enthu-iasamong tho Democrattheir duty his election is assured. Judge vain attempt to whip some of Ins forLet every Republican exert himself ic part of the congregation. mer adherents out of the Third Parfrom now until the evening of the tfth Milby followed in half an hours talk and punctured Mr. Haywnrd's falla- ty back into the Democratic fold. He of November nnd the old lib will be pleaded earnestly with them now and redeemed.The Democracy is uneasy, cies and mistakes in a way quite interridiculed them then, assuming at Mr. Montgiuery is scared and is beg esting and satisfactory to the Repubdillercnt times the role of party boss ging piteously for the Third Paity licans. in his demands of what should be Democrats. A Big Day forCanoyville. , done mid then of humble The good Republicans of Cancy-vill- c begging for voles which be very badTin: best opportunity the Repubmid surrounding country had a ly needs. In misweiing the Third licans ever had to carry Kentucky is big tlagrai-m- g Tuesday. Piomptly Pnrtv ere (if mum niiinnv lie stnfml The Democratic now presented. the vtnn nml stripes were run I ti,e gront trutlg of HCpbliean party is completely at tea on all the up io tne lieiglit of one Hundred mid and historv slei. bv sten. - , The platform tivnifA r.ww great National issues. i " ....,!....:., r..i.i, T...1 opposed lib tlue achievements were is for Free Trade without leservo; W. II. Milby. ofGrecnburg; Col C. bv the Democratic party. He believ Cleveland's lottei of acceptance is tor M. Harnett, of Hnrtfoid, and Cnpt. ed in every Third Party principle exa tariU'tluit will "wage no extermiG. W. Long, of Leilchfield, poured cept two, the and the nating war ngain-- t any American ininiowie lA'.uncraiic raiiKs tor two owlu.r.shipof railroads, and aid that terest;" the masses of the Democratic hours and a half, gieat broadsides of 110b(,dv but u Democrat m principle party nre for Free Sil vei ; Cleveland Republican truth. It wns-great could be a member of the Thud tinalterhly ag.iicst it; reciprocity is least and the party was tv, Hti . jn (llVorof the Free and declared a part of Free Trade, and encouraged and strengthened. Unlimited Coinage of Silver, although yet it is denounced as u sham. Not Xi ver did speakers have better at- - s,r.l((llel by the Democratic platform only is the National Demociacy in a tculioii tlmii was extended to these .,nd opposed bv Cleveland. He tried way, but the Democracy of very bad gentlemen bv the enthusiastic crowd, j , l,()vv hot and cold and to get on Kentucky is in a predicament eiiiall The Republican- - of Caneyville tie tie r.niiiilsttiitii of an An inas shameful and serve gieat ciedit for their energetic lt Wl, s(, U(,lk 10 WIW 0., in ., competent Legislature is sipiandeiing elloiis, ;iiid Tutsdii'- - woik will only of his own contradictions and the people's money and the old, old mii'tlier rea-o- ti why old Gray- - ities. cry of a poverty stricken Tieasury is son will vote for Harrison, Reid and Harnett icplied ami very forcibly hurled into the eoiiside.itionofa great Hainett. j let the wind out of Montgomery's adWith all these Commonwealth. l'orce Hill bubble, showed up the of Kenvantages the Republicans LOl'dsVitle Tn.ichor's Moot- - Democratic falsehoods and tucky liould feel encouraL'ed to labor sentationsoftl-eMeKinlcRill and as they have never laboml bcl'oie tin Inch convepcs at at- Its vffKvit showing that it had result- the ledcmpli.ui of Kentucky fi"in the ur.l iv, U:ioiier '.': e(( j building up the inteiests of the thraldom of Demociaev. R-- v. Devotionil Exerci-e- s Frank people and bringin-- : no such dire c.u " Hartibrd. Welcome Addiess Alva llin)ities as predicteil by the Demo- Tin: Democratic platform decline-"tha- t Jones. R.vrmiise .Miss Sal I ye Cole - nr.iinu i.nriv. II.. ...ill.wl ....,....-..-. ,.... t ....... ni..i,ii,.Ii t.. the Federal Government has no man. lienelits Derived from Teach the fact that Mr. Montgomery mid iiepo-- e n'ld constitutional power to L. M. R nder, Ks er's Mr. Cleveland weie in direct oppo-i-tio- n collect taiiil'diitiesexiept for the purand 11. C. Truman sic I).iid-o- u to each other on the Silver pose of revenue only.'' According to How to have Succcr-fSchools (piestion and that the Democratic this doctrine, if the Democratic party Esq. Jo. I, Harder, John T. Smith, party had departed from the faith of should gain control of the GovernAnnie Clark and Lodford Triimmu. "the fathers" on the tariff. He showed ment it would be but a short time beDebating Societies mid how They up in its true light Democratic hypoe fore this country would be baukiupt. Should be Conducted L. N God-ses nml its real riy in regard to We say thi", because any duty on any Maggie Johnson and Mollie Tun-stal- l. hatred tow.ird the old soldiers. article produced in this country is a Order, How to Receive it J. Mr. Montgomery made a very weak protective tarilfto the extent of said W. Petty. W. C. Giay and S.dlie reply ami everybody reali.ed that duty, which the Demoerocy declares Recitation Davidson. Florence Hiruett wa too much for him and is unconstitutional, therefore, if they Wright. J. Di:.viim Hockki:. that the cause of Democracy had should undertake to raise the revenue Herald please copy. gained nothing by the combat. necessary to run the Government The candidates for District mid without aflbrdiug any protection to This is True County ofiices then took advantage of American industries they would have You know it to he so. 20 yards of the opportunity of announcing them- to levy a duty on only such articles as Shirting; 20 yards of Calico; 20 yards selves. we do not mid cannot produce. This Heavy Cotton for One Dollar at being a fact undisputed, and the list Notico. Kuhn's. of articles we do iiotpioducc to some All persons, ku miuir llieill-elvextent, in some parti of our grand to call indebted to me are reiuc-tc- d Notice. on M. L. Heairin. Ilarlfi rd. and country being limited to a very small The People's- Party Committee, on settle tho same. I'e-p- ', number, it is plain that our Governtho !ld d.iy of October, 1SSI2, conL. T. Cox. ment under Deniociatic nile would n of indor.-in- ij a be forced into bankruptcy in n very sidered the ipie-tioTAX-PAYER- S! can li'la'o for tho office of District short tune, or our people would be Disheavily burdened by a direct lax for Attarney for tho Sixth .hi licial the upholding of the obligations of our trict, and refused to indorse any one. F. W. Piuti.i:, Chairman. a ia-vo- r country. Think of this. Hi:.v Ni:wro.v, Secretary. g, ct m ollice-seckcr- THEY MEET. Tho following ij u list of tho preaclmrs and their st.iti uis as made le: by the recent CoulVr.'iieii at Ciuup-bollsvil- Whoro Thoy Go. Oweusbiiro District- - .I.M. I.awson, P. E. Owensboro, Settle Chapel G. ('. Kulley. Owensborn, Main Street II. '!' Gaines. Yolviiifjion I). C. Chitksoii. Oakford .1. S. Chandler. Calboon R. V. Thomas. Ford. Heecb Grovu--W.E. E. Pate. Hartford liuwusillo W. C.I la s. E. II. Morrison. Cloverpoil Rockpoit .1. S. MeD.iniel. Cer.iho-- W. I. Godbey. Luwisport II. F. Shoffor. Foidsville C. F. Hartford. C.irrolltini .1. L. Roid. Livviiuoro 1. 15. Campbell, u R. D. Itennett. Owensboro Circuit -- W. F. Cash- man. P.itesril Io Elvis ll.irrolt. Ro-in- "lk vSr" on.su nip! ion m V Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages; Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take Beott's Emulsion YWi &&Uj say That dreaded nnd dreadful disease! IWhat shall stay its ravages? Tlwusands Colds, Consumption, Scrofuln, and all Anaomlo and Wootlng Children. AImot im palatable a milk, iicl only the Krnulnc. York. curoa Coughs, Olsoasos. Provonts wasting In by Heott A Ilowne, ChonilnU, Now Sola by all Drugb'Uts. Scott's Eimd ion G eaver Dam FJoiler The attention Mill has just been VI ills. ntll:0 A Storehouse and lot in Rosiue, known as tho Frank lieavriti propApply to .1. E. Kojjle, erty. Hartford, K. For Salo. of the public is specially called to the completed upon the most model n plan, improved appliances for tho nianulaetiiie of the FINEST other Mill Products. Positively no money has been spared to fact that this with all the FLOl'R mid nuik. it turn .. I - 'BlSUItl'!:" irv -- $P0 but ,'., ufinrobitt i FA.ST I LIME , . out a- - fine product as any Mill in the ST TE. It has been thoioiighly tested, having been run almost every day since its completion and a portion of tin' time at night to keep up with il onlers. It- - product has been sold in the best, mo-- t scrutinizing mid particular trade of the country, and it is with pride that it can point to testimonials from the best hak'eis and many ol the very hist cooks of the For the benefit, county that it makes the best Hour they ever used. convenience mid protection of the farmer has this Mill been built, and tohim will it look for it- - iipport. With piupcr care Ohio County cm produce as good wheat as any, and this Mill intends to see that her funnels iMlhc benefit of an ellbils thev The bet pn.ducts id' this Mill shall go upon put torth in the larmets table, mid if lie will favor it with hi- - patronage and his inwill be giiaranlenl tohim. fluence We have now one of the veiv be- -t mid mo-- t evpericured millets in the Green River Country, but tliat no pains may be spared Io give the farmer the full benefit ot bis good wheat cinp, we have ordered and lire expecting every day an evpert miller sent bv the builders of our Mill Wil n great hall eeri.duly cnn-idto -- lav with ns ilurintr the e.ison. favor ll'every tanner in the County will cull on i s wiihtu the next 00 days We want nil the and get a sample of our ptoduet ami our treatment FIRST-CLAS- for ah- in the Cniiniy and if oii have it ii heat thai Io spaie, load it up, mid we will pav the highe-- t market price loi it, PtirMill open everv da txcepi Sunday. ----- DrHVI'lii ' 1)M MILIJNti CO. -- 3hVCrTtor'v1i - ni"lJil ,. CASEBISR'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY -- . mm 0 Special - km OT7V03Q.SSTf3O2rO, .SIX-5LSR6E- ul KliOORS of i IT, TO ALL. 'aim:d with an immfnsi: lim: y, pen-ion- iMIM'ffl i jffiiiflltyifsii Boots, attention pai(i ALIKE. !E3to- orders, SPECIAL ATTRITION Public. Given to ihc Traveling to mail (jiive us a call. .tifrerasz &A. es ' 'r- - . time-- ' :ra TXTZZLiE: RK1TKR BEOS. IE3Cotel i' my rt.. ' 7 r;fHP v. -- Corin.m.en:oi3-- l KNOWN AS TIIK ,tM ( How's This? bclievril in a free ballot and a fair We happen to know Mr. Neal has count. There U as much for it when these things are in the way more than a half a doen law books, of ncconiplMiinent. by Democrats (as with more than a do.en lawsuits, is now the ea'e in Alabama) as when with more books than J. E, Rowe and more practice in Circuit, (Juar it is Republicans who are accomplishing it. the Third Party any candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney lea.-e- s Judge Townsend out in the cold. It is now in order for Mr. Rowo to draw in hN candidate and try another hook on whith to catch the Third Party vote he failed this time. - m Public Speaking. Judge W. II. Milby Di-tri- ct ot Greensburg, will address the people of the Ith Tin: refusal of Coniniittee to indorse Mit. Gkokoi: TicK.voi: Ctntris has been no less distinguished as an aulaw constitutional on thority than he has been a Democrat for many years past. Hut the tarill'plank in the Chicago platform is too much for him, and he announces his determination not to vote for C evehiud. Somi: Deinncisit Marled the report the otliiT day tint Stcretarv had died suddenly in Wt Vir. From the manner in which giniii. Demecrats the Stcretary is in West Vi'giiiia from their stronghold', there uic douhtle.-- s many of them who uili he weie dead; but lie is not. El-kipu-hii- ig Tin: County .Superintendent feels he is too well known to need any defense from the unjust attack made on him by the Herald of Wedne-danm! refers the manner of his conducting the ollice to the good people of Ohio county, who-- e seivnut ho is and for wlio'-- e welfaie it is his pleasure to labor. that Jnfeiior Courts than Mr. Rowe would have if he was not unThe der the favor of E. D. Walker. Herald says Mr. Neal never prosecuted or defended a man for felony. How many times did Mr. Ringo defend or prosecute befoie he became a partner of K.I). Gully? How ninny times Mr. Felix before he became How the Attorney for the county? many times .I.E. Rowe without the favor of Mr. WnlkerVTho Herald says he Mr, (Ncal)never had a law ofliec. Neal never resided here unco he was li. censed. Hut how much of an ollice would Mr. Rowe have, if by himself? Mr, Ringo before Mr. Gully took him in? None. If Mr. Ncal has none of these favorable opportunities to win him practice he don't need them, is able to luttii care of hiuiself, to land alone, mid although not living here, but hard at work, funning If) miles away, has attracted to himself n in Ciicuit, Quarterly nnd the Iufeiior Com Is mound him, of which every man living Here, ami under more favorable circumstances might well be pioiul. Let us see what Mr. Rowe thinks of Mr. Neal's capacity to practice law: terly and -- at the following time nml places: Fordsvillc, Friday, Oct. 7th. Iiiii:cKi:Nitu n: County. Ilardiushurg, Saturday, Oct. 8th. Cloverport, Saturday, Oct. 8th, at night. Irviugton, Monday, Oct. lOilr MIIADi: COUNTY. percent, penalty 'ill do both yourself and me by callina.- upon me or one of my dept7T uties and paying your taxes before the six Also keeps a You "J-"- PALM.':'R HOUSE. J first-clas- J'-- Rates $1 - 00 per day. Meals 25c- Kii't ide b'lederiea, betneeii Main and the River, Oueiisboro, Ky. J,',b'. CJ.-IS- . H01iV,Mi:S. C. K U 'ILUXUII.IM, I'ropa. ilawly Fcrnishcci. mau mj9vmm9san t s 523i7-e3n.jlc63jt(sS- S is So-vembe- Hiandenburg, Tue-da- y, Oct. 11. IIAUIM.V COUNTY. Eli.ibethtown, Wedncsday,0ct.l2. I.AI1UI: COt'NTY. added which will be Vvvd .Stable, whoro done the first of 1 lease at- you can have your tend to this matter at Horses iYd. and once and save costs. ct I lie- UqM of Yours, &e., day or nielli. S. C. TAYLOR, r. - LiuTV and 9 vSOb J ris Hodgenville, Thursday, Oct. 13. Magnolia, Friday, Oct. 14. Speaking at 1 p.m. Sheriff Ohio Co. T. I m I, Leave your or- - lUhNutn, I'n-- .Imi, II, IUhmk, OicliifT 01 tho Condition of tho Notico Teachors, about starting out on my oflieial to the schools mid realizing the interest that was created la-t fall in various districts of the county, I renew the oiler I then made of giving to the teacher of the eoinu try school who has the large-.- t number of vistors present on the date of my visit u prescntnnd to tho teacher of a school in an incorporated, town alike present. All Trustees, patrons and friends of education arc earnestly requested The following is a to bo present. list of appointments: I am now vi-i- ts Beaver Dam April 23, 1892. RFSOURCFS. mi MSfTNTSJUUJUmWMItJIUU JB"M jr !3&-m- mtd. 11. DRIVER, Manager. Opposite Citv Scales. We do wot k as cheap as anybody, (jualily considered. Repairing and repainting done promptly. (Jive us a call. RUOOIES FROM $'.. UP. :. DEPOSIT BANK At tho Cloao of Business Notes and Rills e."i0,288.l il.OOO.OO Real Estate 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. .r)02.!l7 Kxpenses Raid Cash on Ilauu and in other 28.fUli.01 Ranks 8 1,027..')!) :Mbs9 i i JSa.c;ia.;I.;Hi!fii ii VJMAV V LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Reservo .Surplus S&'i.OOO.OO 802.11 1 28, 18(12. This is to certify that on the dav of May, 188!), 1 wanted J. K. Rnwo to bring a suit for me in the Ohio Slack and Circuit Court against he was in a state of delirium tremens with his eyes and fiieo pounded into a jelly and was uunble mid unfit to nt-- 1 would He It comes with very bail grace for tend to it. attendsaid hefor him,get E, assurto it Neal to Herald to s.iy anything about the P. mo that Mr. Neal would attend the ing people's interests not being safe in the to it as well as lie could, and Mr. ' hands of E. P. Ncal as Common- Neal did kindly favor Mr. Rowe by' M. V.Camiviixj), Wo cannot con- doing so. wealth's Attorney. OU K(l-Dn.. ., I.k C.. imagination o fertile as to ceive of an TbU U .,, eer.ife il.nt nn ihn iinagino they would be uif'er in the .1..., 1., IVIOI ...III. !.. hands of Jake Rowe, when his unsavE. I. Neal puned tho rcMileuco of J. ory record is considered. E. Rowe and Mis. Rowe, wife of .I.E. Rowe, stopped Mr. Neul saying she The Republicans of Wisconsin have I. I ., Iii,. ft...... M. IJ.,... .,....:.,,. iuiii il luiiui iiiiiii .in. ii'int, Pin iiiu overthrown one gerrymander of that that if she saw Mr. Neal to tell him. Slate, which has resulted m the elec to look ufter his (Mr.Rowe's)law cases y, ) T I . Kv., Sept. MONIAY, our, 10. ."; o'clock District No. J. h. , , Elmore, Teacher. Ih.'iO No. 100; S. 0. Stevens, Teacher. 2:.'I0 No. 12; Miss Oma Smith, Teacher. TL'KSDAY.OOT, Interest and Kxclmngo. Deposit Account Due other Ranks ... 15 2.2S0.00 1,'KiO.IO 1, Ifi Jft :500.:i3 8 o'clock No. 40; 11. V. E. Bennett, Teacher. Ih.'IO 2:110 Teacher. No. fi"; No. 07; A. P. Taylor, Teach -'. ' , , er. X- - lil(iel.v WISIIMWDAY, OCT. ll .")'': Ms-- S Idll Smith. ( Teacher. H-IJ- T.'iini. 2: .10 No ' !' ' W. II. Uarnes, 884,027.09 In submitting tins wo beg tostato that our business has steadily grown each month sinco our opening, and pwAJC5 J by the mo-- t careful, watchfulness and a strict oiwrvanco onne principles oi "STc-cj- l the mo"t conseivative Ranking, we bono not nnlv to extend our aciiuaint- Wg are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surrios anil Carriages, and deal directly with mice, but to puive ourselves worthy i .1... commence .i.. !. l...:.... ..!!! me ...... a. inai is ouiu suiiduuu the consumer, thus caving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reas- Iv mniuul in nu Respectfully, Wo ro hero to accommodate the Oliauls. aid WO jaarar.tlO Cat'StaCllOn. ml L'vt!r)' """"sh, I'f"l,le 0ilt;l1 courtesy shall ho extended to them, KMKx itV--T3-L-- " HBTill XLhIIlc F. A. AMES No. 51; MissOcrtrude Teacher. Jo, Mills, ficed for friendship or to obtain bus- B. Rooeiw. iness. John H.Baiinks, Cashier. ltnt in mi ixicn ........ ...w clmll tMCelv lin kucr- . i-- & CO. Owens boro, Ky. msjauBiEsaiajiitss!sxssu V Ilcst Shoes nt Fnir Bros. & Co. Children' Suits go fast nt Kalin's. The newest line of Indies shoes nt Knhn's. PERSONAL Miss Mabel 1VII returned to UNPARALLELED Lew Tho PREPARE -- FOR WINTER.. Nice units Uros. &Co. Bros. Con As 45.00 to 820.00 nt Fnir - Clothing to suit everybody nt Kuir ieport Monday. Col. C. SI. Harnett went to Louis. villo yesterday. Miss Lura Williams is visiting friends in Glasgow. W. II. Owen, Owonsboro, spent hist week in town. T. SI, Smith, Owenslmro, was in town the first of the week, Grandest Pair Evor Hold in Ohio County Convened at Hartford, Sept. 28th to Oct. 1. CHIUVIIS, IIXKII NTOCI1. l.AHMUtt 0 Co, yes- Judge FAZRBROS.2cCOa Cim iiioto tlio most favorable piiccs on it of Claims adjourned - tordny evening. Call on Archie Cain for anything in thetonsorinl line. I us n pleasant call yesterday. ut. a. it. ijyers, ncu uaK, made Mi, JaokoiSp Wraps, Onrtoati, Blankets, Comforts, Boots and Shoes, In fact every tiling in the line of tjold-gxtermiiiator'- s ZERO PRICES OM TEMPERATE - WEARS. bead-quarte- rs Wo are beyond a doubt for everything in S fcBflBBSTfi? Mf r If ft t( We invite you to come and y inspect our line, and see if we are not selling- all goods below i our competitors. i We want your eggs, feathers, etc., etc. - E Baruch went to Louisville returning Thursday. it Wilson and little son, Hosca, called to see us yesterday. If you want dry goods nt your own price, liny of Carton & Co. Miss Lucy Stroud, Central City, Hoover & Ashley's store is still visited Sliss Fannin Casebier last week. chock full of new groceries. Miss Sue Tayler, who has been See the fined line of new stylo teaching at Taylor Mines, has typhoid fever. mens and hoys hats nt Knhn's. Gip Wcstcrfield and sister, Sliss If you want to make money fast, Oma, are attending the Fair at liny your winter goods at Knhn's. Owensboro. Get.Fair Uros. & Co.'s prices on Judge W, II. Slilby, uecompanied by Col. J. S. It. Wedding, went to shoes. They will save you money. Fordsvillc yesterday. We are selling lots of Shorn. W. S. Faught and daughter, Sliss C.UtbON iV Co. Nolia, Ohton, called to sue us while Try our $1.D!) shoe; they arc beau in town Wednesday. ties. Saha & Sin. Moses Iglchart, a former citizen of wci uiiiy.nui now oi .Munniiu eoun JiuIini Milbv delivered n cootl i ty, called to see u Wednesday speech nt Taylor Sliues Wednesday P. I'. Slanley and Sirs. Nettie night, Slel'Iierfon, Rochester, nre viitiui: W. VeiorV two G. C. Witi'thVl I ami family thio Ilattic L., ve.irotd maro, won tin 3100 trot at u'(k- i Owen-bu- r 1'el'n ''.ui', a v ."idol V"iiiu j Tuc-day- . t ity, li l.iily ot Chihlii-nVS- l 1IOOL MIol,and Ml" lj'.l'U !i tl lll-- t Wn K. ICllll'l them cheap; don't furgi-- t the c, to her home aiindu. we Saua&Mi:. place. James C. Utlerb.tek, nephew of Another new lot of .Millinery just re- Sirs. C. L. Field ami cashier of National Rank of Puducah, will Come First ceived ut Anderson's Buzuur. visit her nest week. and sec the new styles. Dr. and Sirs. Coleman returned Saha & Mi:, yesterday from n visit to theii son, The prettiest young lady at the John P.I of Louisville. They attendFair last week said that the most stylish ed the Centennial of the in Southern the city. Baptist Conventija, while Hats at the Fair came from the Rallcbcr Slathews and wife, Sirs. E, Saha A Mi:. zaar. E. Pate. Sliss Susie Slay, James SI. The welcome address nt the coming Burnett, Billie Taylor, Sliss Slabel ' meeting of the Farmers and Labor- - Kimbley, Misses Nora, Nuunic and "KWAU BUU V,UP. ,. IT...nn nl Tnvlnrfiol.l will ! .!- .rie Cox, Beda; S. K. Cox and daugh by. J. J. Keown instead of Dr. hvered tue ter, Miss Llla, arc attcuding Pattou. Owonsboro Fair this week. Buy your Overcoats nt Fair Bros, Co. Tliey carry the line. Fred Tuesday J. G, Itosinc, I vi-it- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week were the biggest four days in. the history of Hart-fold- . It was the sixteenth annual meeting of tho Ohio County Fair Company and a week of unparalleled success. Tho weather was dry and s beautiful and the track in condition. Stock from other counties had been in training here the whole season, but on Saturday, Slonday nnd Tuesday thcro was almost an incessant stream of stock pouring into the grounds, so thnt when the Fair opened Wednesday morning the finest and largest lot of stock ever feen together m Ohio county was ready to enter as contestants for tho various premiums. . The lnrgest crowd ever in attendance on a first day was on and Wednesday, aud from day to day tho crowds increased until on Saturday the largest crowd ever seen in Ha fathered nt tho Fair Grounds. With perhaps one exception it was tho largest crowd ever pither-in the county. Tlin younp .mil the old, the rich th" poor, tin hi '!i ami tm iw, the gii) ntul the solciim, the yiuh and the jiuid wwv thei-- in r.unib'-iV"oiintli The amphi-tlii-a'- u U and l!n first-clas1 ' , . , gr-u- Some people arc always blowing- and gassing about how much thnj' solJ,and how good trade is with them, ctc.,but our style is to show the people the goods and let them decide who has the cheapest line in town, and we have enough customers left to us to continue business. We defv competition in our line and think we have good reasons for doing so. Our goods are all bought by one of the most successful business men in the State, Mr. S. W. Anderson. Are all bought direct from the factories in the East, and are all bought for spot cash and wc sell for as sma'l a profit as anybody. So don't you agree with us thatwc are in a position to defy competition? en-ab- fe Anderson's Basaar. -- have a well selected slock of the latest style, such as Line Storm Serges, Plain Blue Serges, Cashmeres, Henriettas, &c, and wc offer them all at low prices. You should not fail to sec thi line before vou We DRESS GOODS'&v- - buy. m yfma"f"MTw wAaSaJUi afa mt n in I iniiwl vtL T. T" As this is one ot uij.ict-:i- t . tl.piii-jy- iith jn 'n ""?! BROS. PUOP1UETOK8 B CO., Hartford Temple of Fashion. txKLVjfssrB-Tsszsrszsaxii- s hi i, , motel r r-- l 1U f l 8ft On account of the dedication, tho A Good Crop. Slethodist Sunday School will meet farmers nre The most successful next Sunday morning promptly nt D those who prepare best their grouud o'clock. Let there bo n full ntten-dauc- e. before planting their crops. In many Gno-- s Williams, Supt. crops the good condition of Iho ground The many friends of Col. Shanks at planting time is more than half of aie pleased to sec him so bale and the tending with wheat it is nil. This Ho is as crop demands tho utmost care in the hearty in his ripe old age. preparation of the soil both in breakjovial as a boy, and we hope this The farmer se may ing and enriching. Republican besides what fertilizer he may needs, yet be spared many pleasant years. gather, a Commercial fertilizer well John 11. Owens, calling himself Such n fertiladapted to his land. Black Jack the Ripper, and Bill izer he cau find in nbuudance in the Styles, two negroes, had n fight in best Bono Dust over spread upon n Grayson county Slonday, in which wheat field. Ho will find this at the latter was horribly mangled with Tavlou & Co., Beaver Dam. a knife, being cut no less than twelve times. time-honor- ed war-hor- t Invites the people of Hartford and Ohio county to visit them during their visit to our Fair. They want to show you the handsomest line of Dress Goods, Cloaks and Ladies Suits you ever saw. You can wear your calico dress to the city and then come to our Ready Made Suit Department and we can sell you a handsome, stylish suit, all made up and ready, and they fit beautifully. AVe have Blazer Suits, Reefer Suits, Eton Knits all the very latest novelties. The Largest and Handsomest Store and the Cheapest Bargains in Western Kentucky can be found at Early yesterday morning, at Lcitch-fielfire broke out m the block near the postollice and before the flames could be arrested the Denton Hotel and adjacent buildings wcro By great exertion the destroyed. postollice was saved. Dedication. d, Sit. Hermon, tho new Slethodist Church, South, near Beda, will be dedicated next Sunday by Rev. E. SI. Crowe. The people of the neighborhood will furnish dinner on theground.' iiiiinaguucnt tl.nl not mure than two or three neeident.-occurre- d and these of littlo moment. The Compnny may well be proud of the success achieved. It is something of which to be proud. Every officer aud eery member has labor-t- d diligently for r. big Fair nnd their cfibils were rewnrded even beyond their most expectations. Secretary, A. T. Nail, deserves.nien-tio- n for his excellent services. Sir. D. F. Tracy's labor as Superintendent of Floral Hall was superb the display being complimented as the richest and most extensive ever seen at an Ohio County Fair. Every officer deserves mention, but space The broad smilo this week on the faces of both the stockholders and officers proves conclusively that it was a big success. The running nnd trotting were good nnd especially the former--severfast horses being on tho track. The mule races were unsunlly full and interesting. The novelty race requiring that the horses walk a quarter, trot a quarter and run a quarter was tho hit of the week. This meeting has done more to establish the Ohio County Fair firmly in the esteem of stockmen generally and of the people of tho county than any previous meetiiig. Tho people realize that it is for their welfare to patronize such an institution, because it stimulates them to the production of better crops and raising of better stock. g lor-bidal And Mich was tho eonfidenl wc haw the nicest selected stock in town ami lis Mam ha the reputation of pi easing e ei body and is considered the most stylish trimmer in this section, having had several years experience. : rlS mEvvJmM V SMI our faorite lines we feel y p y ) y m y Gut reputation on Anderson's "Wear-forev- er entire satisfaction. Our $1.99 Shoe is still a leader in tine wearing goods have a complete line of them from 2 to 7. OAKPETS, TRUNKS, &0. Have you seen the lovely in carpets we have? You should not fail to see them they are pronounced the nicest in town. Our Trunk line is also complete; can sell you one to suit the times, S2.75 to $10.00. All solid Zinc. It would require this whole paper for us to mention all the nice things wre have to show you, but feel confident you will come to sec us soon, bring your family and spend the day in our store we will take pleasure in showing you our stock. new-styles Shoes is wide spread and well deserved for wc guarantee every pair sold to give Your Friends, JUST OPENED. The A.J.MITCHELL CO Come The overcoat of Unrtforil. Sadness and remorse will follow all lives those people and get one. You will bo pleased the days of their with them at Knhn's. who neglect their opportunties and fail to be made happv by obtaining a fine LIVERHORE. photograph or tintype from Davidson Oct. 3. Health is good here. corner. it Richardson, on the Rurnt Wilberry and Wade Tichcnor arc They sell 4 tintypes for 50 cents. the guests of J. K. Shaver and fam-il- y. Col. J. S It. Wedding will addre.--s There will be several leave this the Republicans of the Fourth fi r the Oiwuichoro District at the following place lime. Fair. Wc wi-- h them a Hint's and places: Katie IKdiick.tif'Illinoi-- , wlm 7 p. in Ali. Caiupbt'llsville, Sat.Oei. lo, . 17 I p m. ha- - lw"t vitii'y ltr iin.lli.'f. Air- -. Greensburg, AI uul.iy, Leilehlield. AI mdnv, Oct. 21, 1 p.m. Lucy James, tor the pact i week, will leave accompanied uy Wo do iv.twi.-- h tobimtt, but we 1ur e.5ter Mis4 A(lu will nio.ictiy say unit we are u.gn- finely uu. n.ir cehool is nronre.-.-iii-i: with the recognition dor Prof. Pea. ly pleated receiving is Rni'UM.icAN the J. K. Shaver has purchased the We advertising medium. as an property belonging to C. F. Gillim. reach tho people. It pays to adver- Sir. Gillim will leave soon for Owcns-bor- e, tise aud it pays to trade with where he will make his futuro who are advertisers. homo. t O-t! mei-chu- At Loitchliold. The largest crowd in attendanco at a public gpenkin-- for years in Leitch-fie- ld gntheied in the Court House at that place Tuesday night to hear Col. CM. Burnett and Judge V. II. Slilby discuss the political issues of the day. The crowd gathered at 7 o'clock, a great many Indies being in attend ance, and the Hall was soon full to The stage had been ovi'illoAing. iiHillv decorated with and the iai one- - i Lutii I ell ll"ir-- l a most g ap and pi'iM-nte,lu lor the voting nrati-iTne meat Kcpuhln were to follow nil doctrines have not been told nioic forcibly since tho days ofSwope thair they were told here. The lust of order uml the gicutcsi enthiisiusm per vnded the whole assembly dnri ig the tlnee hours discussion. il-r m -- : "I a4.fH 'iifljm 3r'M fatol Furniture 1 1 ed. Roots at Knhn's, all now, just Fnir open Bros. Rest & Co. clothing house is Btt'AS&mKjttaHSnSRIinril Ladies shoes all new at your price ut Kuhn's. Rom, to the wife of It. T. Sloseley September 20th a poii. Rorn, to tho wifo of A. L. Stevens September 2ilth, a daughter. Tfcffij wlET.. Ward-Robe- Si3is - Rest Yearn, Jeans, Flannels, is Cato's, found only at Fair Rros. it Co. How is this for you when you can buy n ten dollar suit nt Knhn's for 87.no. Three hundred new incus suits just opened at Knhn's. You will buy if you teo them. Rom, to tho wife of l'rof. McIIcti-r- y Ithoads, Fiankfort, Ky., ou the 30th ult., n boy. For - t ( '. .General Dressers, Suits,Rock- ers or anything in the ' Furniture .jilie, T. see !. MORTON. - N.N. &M.V.R.R. J v . &&iiZ? P. L. Berkshire was kicked by a A considhorso Saturday morniug. gash was cut in his forehead, erable but ho is improving. Tho Fair is over and everybody has gono except Casebier and Burton, who are always nt homo and ready to wait on their customers, Hon.. Fred Baruch was culled to Louisville Tuesday to nmko a speech on tho is Shoes for fall and winter wear. Ho returned yesterday full of fun. 1 TT ?HBpii r, h, lli.lUr. h. 12:10 TIUINS I.KAVE IIKAVKH DAM. THAIN'8 (KIINO WEStf. . . i, No. I, Mull nn.l Kxprw Jo, 7, l.lini'led Kipro.i TRAINS 0013(1 No. , Mall ami Eiprtm No. 8, 1.lmltrilRxpirna EA31. - 1:18 t ' JMiA.ji f. M. 'I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. Rev. Cashmau, who has been ou this circuit for the past 2 years, aa .loo. preached his farewell sermon at tho UY TIIK NAl'li OF US roUNU.N. nightMo n largo Union Church last .tr. 11 Urailc I'nCriU " S3c Jl " Lilly nud attentive audience. Rev. Camp3d 43c. bell will take his place here. Iluy your Flour oTiih nud nve monII. J. I'OLEMAX A CO. Last Saturday was a great day for ey. tho Republicans of Livermoro nnd The Twe&tieth Statement surrounding neighborhoods, tho occasion being tho raising of a Harrison OK TIIK Sir, S. It. Dent is in tho city, writ- flag by the Livcrniore Club aud the ing insuranco in tho United States delivering of great speeches. Tho N OF Ho has polo is .100 feet high. It is said to bo Life Insuriuico Company. At the Clone ol 1IimIu-mn- , June writteti more policies than any other the highest pole in the State. 30, 1HB, Guiks. agent in tho county nud his company RESOURCES. has tho greatest amount of insuranco Town Taxes. ot any company doiug business in the Bills discounted $59,317.09 Thoso who have- not paid their Real estate 3,000.00 county. Tho United States has also earnestly requested to Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 paid tho largest number Jof policies town taxes are 1 must nmko settle- Honda do so at otico. 1,341.07 representing tho largest amount of ment Eoon and your prompt action in Debts in suit money. Slerit will tell. tho mnttcr will bo appreciated and Cashonhaudifcin other b'ks 40,420.79 will eavo time and trouble. Res'y, W. P. Thomas. Entertainment. 8105,823.09 Trustees nnd patrons of District No. LIARILITIES. 70, JEtuaville, Ky., met at tho school-houFor Sale. 830,000.00 Capital stock Friday nfternoou to witness tho 70,798.20 A good farm containing 212 acres Deposits 15.05 closing exciciso of tho first month of of land. About ono half clcarcd;good Due other Ranks tho school, which is being taught by improvements; well watered. Lies Dividend 4 per cl.declarcd 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes Sliss Sallie Coleman, of Hartford. four miles South of Fordsvillo on tho Profit and loss .. 3,584.84 Tho entertainment was quito good, extension of the Owcuslioro it Falls of 8105,823.09 especially tho "hoop drill"and" broom Rough railroad. For terms, call on or brigade." All tho songs, recitations address, John J. SIoHi:nhy, Hartford, Ky. nud dialogues were very enjoynblc, 8 tt I, S. K. Cox, swear tho abovo to be correct. and tho Jittlo ones did themselves d. K. Cox, PllKSIDnNT. Dental Notice. great credit. Wo are having a grand m W. S. Taylor, of Owonsboro. Dr. school and arc proud of tho work that Sworn to before me this Juno 30, will be at the Hartford Houso, Oct. is dono nnd of tho training wliich our A.T.Nall, D.C.O.C.C. 10th, and will remain ono wook.Thoso 1892. children nro receiving. Dontal work desiring first-cla- ss dividoud of 84,00 l A NIIII.OII'NCATAItim Homely- .- ponltive done ut reasonable rates, should per share was this day declurcd, payi. cur fur t'litiirrh, Diphthrrla nnd cull on him. Uro. able on and after July 5, 1892. Bold by Z, Wyuo (Jrlltiit Friday at tho Fair Grounds a 'bus driven by Willfaylor, of Field's stablo, and a cart driven by a Sir. Rozarth, collided resulting in the destruction of tho cart and tho crippling The shaff of ono of the 'bus horses. struck tho horso in tho breast inflicting a serious wound, but it is thought ho will recover. Semi-Annual A Co., Jtiiin, Ky., will noil Klnnr n4 rollout): H.I.OO. InI Mrnde I'M en I 2(1 " Lilly 4.40. r I. J.t'olciiuin Look, Listen! K.0wM.-m- EmvtmmwmmMimEsm!i 5?v. Ur? FALL ANNOUNCEMENT. Kjj Kp H5 Htjj Tliroo years ao I began business on a very limited scale and by honest, squaro deuling I have built up a trado in the j5 j Sb gH Millinery and Dress making Line That anyone should bo proud of. just roturnod from Louisville, and I don't cull it East, liku some of my competitors. It is useless to iiamo what I handlo,for you know too well, and I ask you to coino and see mo nnd look at tho prettiest, cheapest lino of poods in tho I have T g p2 J j 3 HS Jjj B kJj fe t Green llivor Country. !!: 6 Clerks, No $3,000 g-Insurmcs to Fir cs 8 pu (H E2 FT ?i 3l and all for hopinjj to huvo u coiitinuunco of tho past fovors, and WIioii you buy from r I mo. Thanking ono V OtllllUf tHII JUIHS IV IMVW) se i Horse-shoein- g MRS A. BARNARD. HeavorDam, Ky. faaasffi SD0ES THE FINEST AND CIIEJPESTS senii-annuu- a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. BLACKSMITHING. Cunccr-Moull- i J. I). WILLIAMS. Hartford Republican HiJIMl, urfOHL' GRASS. The roso la pritul fur Its The HI)' (or niliitly wlillum,! We loo this Mourn rir ll Iniinl And Unit fur Itaiilr) lliththii-H- . fat-o- 7 IM. . I Rrnco, Wo ea.) of llio imk, "IInv rruti'l iif ulrt lit Ofthewlllun uo mi), "linn idriiilrrl" And jet to tlioHoft ttrins, clotliliitt earth. How slight U tlio pmlso ho render! Dut tho urnni knnwH cll In licr mi rot hi art How u Ioio hir tool, Krecn rnliucul. So Rlio pin) a In alienee her lo el) part Ami tnrcn not nt nil for ui)intnt by some magical po r t urgo him back, but ho declined to go, nnd nil urging wns of no avail ; consequently his brother wont to the rear without an escort. ShulM woiked linid nud fast loading and firing his muket. IIo loaded his musket about five times, when suddenly ho tinned to mo, holding his hnnd to his heart, muttering, "Joe, I must die." IIo fell to tho ground nnd was dead. New York Recorder. A Sri illiln tho rear as a prisoner anil hand him over to tho provost runtd. It wns foolish of mo to do so, but 1 It 1 1 BARBER AND DENTI9V. I!1U'.hi:.vm:isn, II Al Tim Slirotvil Knight of tho llaror mi Ailw rtl.enient. Wnntd , I I Hint. liar licr butternuts nod nnd drowse. With Bunnnil lcw brimming oicr; Each )car iilio plean thu Krudy cone rJuch With mi mm of hone) id elm it. nroH. From bjirliiB Each )cnr on tho cnrtli'a wldo hrenst shi until Mem Novemlnr, And then aho runuulurs mj imiti) uincd That no ono cltto will remimbcrl And hlloiliei-erC- i in uith (.'Induce dialing In tctnrn fnrbucli Wo trcud her cnreleisly under foot-- Yet ho neier wound her fciliupd scit iiiuU IMg-i- rnnrctt. Wliero Clinnielron iiro I'lcntlfiit. Almost ns frequent as tortoises in Bomo parts of Capo Colony, and quito ns popular as domestic' jiets, aio cUaineleons. A bclioolboy on a lioli day rniublo would not find much difficulty in picking a climneloon off n bush did he know where to search for it. "Oh, I'll get you plenty of chameleons." say my young friends to mo, not far from Port Elizabeth. On floweiing shrubs they aie most frequently found and in gardens. In a garden in Cnim Town I ono day gathered four off a pomegranate bush. Two wero full grown and of n brilliant iridescent green with reddish mat kings; ono was only half giown nud had not full colors; tho fourth was n tiny scrap like somo stout legged Insect, nml was so exactly tho color of tho btem of tho bush on which it was resting that only the inequality and uuovenness of tho spray attracted my notice at . when, looking closer, this mito was perceived. It did not ehango it? tints rapidly nnd vividly like the others, but rotaine-- its p.ile. incon bpicuous hue, excepting nt night, when like tho lvst it turned "white," that is, extremely pale, tho mm Icings being then almost inconspicuous. Cor. Forest and Stieam. fii-st- Indian bohMt'M. "Thero is ono feutureof the United States army that few people mo uwaro of," said an ex-a- i my ollieer. "Itisn't generally known that thei o is a compnuy in the nrmy composed en tiroly of Seminolo Indians, and that they are maintained and suppoited by tho government ns a distinct nnd separate military organization. By referenco to tho anny nppiopriatiou bill you will see that tho appropriation for tho Seminole company is n separate item, having nothing what ever to do with tho general appi This c"!ii,iu:iy h..s been in existeiiOO bh.co 1SJ1, uid ..l..int service in tho rebellion, nnd has been of incalculable value in frontier service since tho war. I think tho Seminolo oompauy is now btntioned at Fort Clark, Texas. In my judgment its record answers tho long mooted ques tion as to tho Indian's valuo ns a soldier." St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. A lady school teacher in Doston, who Is rather proud of her profession than tho reveise, is not pleaded at having her occupation thrust forward when sho meets strangoi-- . Not long ago, at a reception, tho hostiv.1 regularly mentioned her occupation in introducing her. At length tho hostess presented a young man, adding to tho introduction, as uMinl, "Miss Faneuil is one of our sJibol teachers." Tho gentleman bowed, but Miss Faneuil said: "I beg your pardon, Mrs. Allen, but I did not catch what tho gentleman's business is." "What his business is?" repeated tho hostess in perplexity. "Yes." Miss IVnouil said. "I thought it only right that this acquaintance should start fair, and its you told him my employment it seemed only fair that I should know his." Tho point was understood and taken good naturally, but tho teacher was no longer introduced in her professional capacity. Youth's Companion. A iliMtlti'i Court mi .Muli ul,. "Onco when Niles .tsi"i trict judge up in Nevada and Sierra counties, the late Jud0'o B!t...n and I were on opposite si.'nj t, inro which wns to bo argued before him." began Supremo Jitstico Mcr.irl.ind the other day. "When we l cached Nevada City we found the j '.d about to depart for DownL villo on inulebuck to hold court th Te. He made n novel proposition that wo should rido over the mountains .Hi him and nigue our case on the way "We accepted tho &uge.ti . s cured horcsnud started off on either sido of tho judge's nmlo. I op.-::-the enso and concluded my argument as wo re.iehtd North San Juan. Thou Bol(Vn replied. He was very quit"' v.um much in earnest, over tho case, nnd duln t com hide until wo had passed Nigiror Tcit. Then Judge Searls i uniimui d n sh 1 time, and deliveied his decision fht U against Beldcn." San Fr..iun amiucr. 1) ! g,-e1 ' tilth Pepper. A well known German naturalist Dr. Sauennann, has published n number of curious observations on tho artificial coloration of canary birds fed with cayenne popjior. Tho plumage changes fiom yellow to red. Tho popper contains nn oily matter and an irritating principle, and when tlieso are extracted by maceration tho Iopier loses its coloring prajwrty, but if olivo oil bo added to tho macerated pepper its coloring propci ty returns. Henco tho oil Ls considered tho vehicle of the color. White bens treated in the same way also becomo reddish, nnd tho yolks of their eggs becomo n bright red. New York Times. Coloring II InlH Km intra nf tho Cnlirii. Snako catchers in India manage to seizo and handle tho deadly cobras with astonishing easo and freedom. Tho most effective cobra catcher and killer, however, is perhaps tho nion goose, which escapes leing bitten by its wonderful activity. Sometimes it waits till tho cobra darts at it, when it suddenly pounces on tho snake's head and crunches it. Quarterly Review. Miss Do A Lung I.lht. Thumpp-Wh- nt shall I play? Hostess Ilo-jtes- s Play your favorite. Miss De Thunipp Kvciy piece I know is a favorite. Then - er play some thing cNo. Now Yoik Weekly. Aitists are often accused of con ceit, but some of thegieatest ot them have been beautifully modest Col nt asked his friends toietouch his pie tures. Wnttenu sometimes diove his friends to ir by destroying win I: which they thought above ci itietsin. de-pa- A wire rojw has been manutactui ed is believed to bo tho longest and laigest in tho world. It is 2, 100 fathoms m length, at Cardiff, Wales, which which would make it two miles and 103 yards long, taking our tnensuto-men- t as a standard. Dramatists in Trance get 12 per cent, of tho gloss teceipts of eath play, nnd aio allowed tickets to tho valuo of 100 francs for ovei y pel for manco of such j)lays ns they have written. SIct 11 U Itrnthir ami Illrd? In tho midst of the cannon's roar our regiment, the Thiity-niutNew Yoik volunteers, iceoivul oi tiers to take tho right ilank, and my section was in tho ti out. Among my section were Gi'nniins, Italians, Sp.miaids and Fienchiuen. Ono Geimnu was named Sliultz. Tho Union armies weio situated so ns to flio into tho enemy's ranks from tho side, nnd thereby endeavor to check their advance. As already t.tated, my section formed tho front of tho right ilank, and tho boys wero doing splendid woik as tho enemy was advancing to nuiko their final effort to break tho lanksot our men. Suddenly I saw a man of my section advance toward tho enemy's lines with outstretched aims, and at tho bamo time crying at tho pitch of his voice, "Mein bruder, niein bniderl" Tho brothers met between tho opposite ranks, und in tho midst of tho Then firo embraced ono another. both camo miming toward our ranks. I told Shultzjo tuko his brother to Ih k Mom) Urnsir ninl I'a.lilrr. wILh The clothing man had pi in ted a lintel. Cloxilpurt. Ky Ijik Hint It, KlaUrlog AttaclunMit. V!. Hikii.p, big advertisement, nnd ho was honIl roi1. nUUithriulmmlcrpJitulM. It i.iniN ihhiirM'inrnt" est and had much business A faio-tiouIl lloni " nn im) iiil In on anrount I. Mill's Illt'llll'IllPS lllllll". flu- - llllMI lltnnlili i.ii la inu truinAiUou tn dUv customer camo in. I . l I ut,' like this," he said, sticking out Ill IT. i to It h.ulll ihi - iniiiri. "I II nlii lii ii ihffi rent llnivi of coot Mptrtttt. null V MiilliirtllT triait 'j mi Hiinw if mirhl iU It khun a thu tniiiHtictlona of rch elwk. a copy of the pap"r containing the ad. It iiiaLi a I'nrt Ioha man carrful. rfjutthnii lit tin . rniicnti mn! ntiri ir 11 i MAn honmt limn honrat "What's tho matter with it ("nsked Ill Ii lei loll in h, i'u . ".' ' ra o,u, Pru. M ttiM urt tl, ol tr in - t t))it" tiiii'lni', tilti r ill lll iiolsiny h. roll la tho clothier. otlit r ir ntiiii lit- - liim tiulol. Ilu tin' tlittjiiilt) 11 will mi' In linn, nlrniv, tlmotnd mooty, 11 li.U f inany tlnw otr. tl i iiiiiitrli tn wr fur "You say here, 'A good boy's coat UlfClliU'J . n,( IU r IIIii It il rtiiWUIl il (Iin-11 n lii'Hi.l lulh t lllimit lUiih innihlno IkisoJ rr)uirAtly and wtaT t lllill , till it for fit ty cents,' Can't a bad boy get riiiit.it for twoTiiin frmii i iip Ir . nuiim-uj It tti nl or lull KirtkulaniaiMniit a coat for fifty cents too.'" 4i I) I HI, K. Hi.M'U.M:, 'liufiii, "Yes," said tho clothier politely. ' t "Then why not make the limit EAST STROUDSBURC, PA. ni'litli i bii (f IS Clft ft. to read 'a boy's good coat i.iU.l'J m.rlviin,' lor us. - unl :iii tin ir j rff'rr nl in mi turuih u Imrfor fifty cents ('" and the iiistoiner ho lun tn 'In lit.ini. Npiri' nmtiii nti. laughed tho laugh of a man who ul Socuvity Poi1 Dsx-asitIm luteal I) rin) h ),t iiUn, u, ir rn tin, n s llii.) ways has eveiy thing jubt light I III Itnl.llU". II, l .K)tl.SO. A 4 0 Tho clothier w.is as .'oiene and iilliuipl tlln t., liiihmoiiil, a. Phae-ton- , gentle as tho gospel ot tmth and light. Oil thi Wrung Trui K. ii s oT Inn-i'I- n tun l()f U IN I' TO II I. lilt V,n unitta.lirt "Because," ho said, "I meant it Ho Congratulate me, Miss Bella. wl.h s'i il httrrri tiiini (I i o ii fi ( Miss Goldtliwnito will tho way I put it. We can't sell a In a fow days v ofi uliiiro nml inr m r nn nil mr t'io mi,eonntij) a i: ROOMY, bo mine. boy's good coat for fifty cents We Itiio, Julrin Olio ton mi'l riii lieu it)r of KjllM'.i-all- y. th.'hint initriiiiniiul She I mn glad to hear it; but 1 can nnd do sell a good boy's coat for )r cnltnl Orai.iii llinouMi uhnhiTill niiiiM )oti moro hiulthfm fifty cents, nnd if a ad Loy wants didn't know you w ere Hij i) in. nl (Inn) ml lino hoi forniHli) ailaj.mili Ho Of course you didn't, nor any one of that Kind he can havo it exiiiiiiiIh r i iiiilmii liui,.lri-.of I, II. rn ironi "ini(( ono else. Didn't want any coiiq e.i actly at tho same price. Seo:" . S- ho nn I nontl nn n ntiii,:i orri n)ion lnlfrim on Then tho facetious customer put tion, seo? But it's all fixed now i.it,.-- i x, il ihi ro l tlmo iiftli. mini or Sho'll bo worth ten thousand a ye:.: tho paper in his pocket nnd took one tuitiMH uhri hx" not fouthl Inn or h r ftPniii) hi ro' ihi' il Ifii iiiiiliinil). lihlrio Oiimii of the coats home to his boy. Do to me. LAWSOH rE.tO, Caohlor luhii. m., rinin li, IK lti)l-to.iroit, lh ktoti, Sho Really? The name's in troit Fico Pi ess. ilnh, i It. miliar. New York family t Oil lis llll Insulator. Ho No; Kentucky famil,", for catalogue of Tho value of oil ns an ekctrio insuone of the best. Siud by Bang U; our full lint ef twe a4 PR lator, which has been biippo&cd j four.whctla.l work. dam Queen EliuR th whyyoui.i . remember her. She mmlo '":!.! l.ui havo been well proved by practical tests in this country und in Germany, season and not halt tiaiued at that is now placed somewhat in doubt by D. M. She-O- h. I thought you vi bpeaking of a niiiiiii 'e f'.ga'rt me' t experiment! conducted by Piofo'i'i; Ebhii Thomson, the icsults of who" Ho Now. Miss Bella, that's pi experiments seem to show that alter hard. 1 know I spend half mytiui in the stable, but that's no re.e i nutiiig currents ot moderate pot n tials and low periodicities will muc you should take me for nines, puncturo over much longer distances CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. oiijy under oil than occur with veiy liith Danuirt nf ii .Hint DIi I. New A SURE and CERTAIN CURE ' period curnmt disclmiges. Tho evils of a mint diet are ei.i' known for IS yaars as tho BEST appieciatcd by many high livers in York Woi Id. nirrwi:i:.v REMEDY FOR PILES. cities, and these are b.'ing count l ((!., SI.LflCIS. Pnptrdl.7imiliKD50.TlTlunUtD. At tlm .Sliaiuilili Dm Km. LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, acted partly by the wealthy in ni'd striking bights of Now Among ing more fruits and vegetables to Yoik are the wini those to be seen nt the their tables during tho winter. The docks. It is us interesting to look at roil iMsrr.rsiAUteri. PULLMAH BUFFET Sleeping Cars' n V'f Hrnmi'fi Iran cheapness of meat and a peculiar steamship load of Americans bound I'hyilclimi rci oinmunt It. ciavir.g which tho system booms to a Emopo ns to look at a steamship I'HOM AND TO lottlt. Gscalns All dcnlcrs kei'p It 81 for luiiitruluiiarlkHiidiruH,ilii.Jllnconwrftppor. have for meat have gradually made load of European immigrants coming IIATON UOUK.iiml .NKW4m,KANT, it common for city people to live nl into The outward bound Amerlil "lfi'nillllH. most entirely off meat in tho winter icanspcit. apt to bo less picturesque are months. S83 vM in their garb than tho incoming The Quick and Desirable Route Meat is eaten thieo times a tiny i.i York Run. quantities, and the excessive uso oi TO AND FOM buch a diet is that iheuiiintic nnd OtiiiilviiiiniH China. Nw Turk I'lillndclpbia Ilaltimoro gout temperaments mo acquit ed WhuIiIiikI'iii Norfolk Olil 1'uint Uonitort Dogs und cats aie subject to tho 1 Itidiiiniinl lliilliilii CluvuliitiU jC JUHMlHaBValar These temperaments are on tho in Pamo process of absorption ns dead ttk VW 'I'olo lo Chi(iiK lnillnriiii(illa ci ease, and they me largely duo to hor-ch- , mules nud donkeys. Wo t'lnclnnnti l.niiiaille tho extessive use of meat. Lime havo been personally cognizant of Enitorn nnd Horthoustorn Points water counteracts the oilsof this two cases in which villagers cooked ami Mrinilil Vickuhiirf; llHton Itmif; to a huge extent Pittsburg nnd uto dogs which had been purdiet Nu Orlcmif Mi ihi lo lattlii Kmk Hut Dispatch. riirlli(? nnd ulliU in Wi'dt Totinea-(- ) posely poisoned by strychnine to get Trim Arl.Hiian rid of them. On one of tlieso occa.Mniii A l'ii lili iin. I.ouUluim nnd tho South nd Dr. Hooke, ono of tho founders of sions some ono was thoughtful SOUTH WKST. tho Royal society, and n inathentuti-ela- enough to consult n foreigner us to CltllKllllllC I.I'Mll to I'oiimiiiiiiiIoii. of ciedit and leuown, throws the piobiihlo icsults; but ns the ani- Kl'lllli It lUoill HtllH ttlO I Clllljll lit IHtll, Tin- - lite is thoroughly equipped and in out u fanciful calculation on tho mal wiihtiheudy in tho pot tho con-- , llr.-- t ehiK cotidition, nnd provider an oicol-lenC -tent VOv . VCi f numlier of ideas of which the human vivos could not make up their minds . lysfauaMtaJ-pTiVirnr Persons X a: IMmOl Hrratixcinent in time nnd through cara mind, in the aggregate, is capable: tofmego tho luxury of it feast, nud Iro hroliin c.imii liom oinnvorkor liomchold 1"'" V KhAiuiiE It thotlmo and convanlenco W I ;. r Ir S ho ai rives at a total of :i,0.'r,7CO,000. no hai in appealed to conioof their mic. jtniuit'ii iron inner 'Hired by the I. united Exjiruss Trains, rcbulhli ihu tu i, ul U illgcttloii, rpnciTet ex. Wo should suppose that so respect indulgence. "Chineso Chnructeiia-tics.- " ciMuf h!lc, uiiiUum ualatiib lit thuctnulnii iiM.V a Niuin'n nunc hotwcoi J.ouUvllla able a figure is not yet exhausted, in! Muiiiihi8, Mhd the lost and qulckcit Douler in Ilorsos, Hupgios, Uarriiie, Houil Carts, Owonsboro WagoM. imowK'H mow iiiTTKiisi aijianao and though n tiino must conio when ' a itiKtrni sijiut. iTKiiu hut w eon the two cltioa over otferod, Kr lHWtnclw for niiilt-libo loft under the nothing new will llnmlrnl Tiikrta.Tlinii.Trthlra mul nil ilrHlrcl informaIt would rest any one's nerves to Ccititnlnn OneCniiiiy chwiply iiml niiiiidy tion aoi'tiroil liy u'il)liii; to J, Il.Tichciior Ur'Suikllo or Hnrnoss Horses forsnlo or hire at all timen.'ifii iioiiuom bun, wo may still hope (somo of us) stand on Walnut sticet in Philadelt home. Thin hooltU gU ou ay ut Uru Aitriil Ml iti'iiicr Hum, or to catch a floating idea or two, of the phia und look at tho gentleman who and ijoucrai iiorwi. ?,H,rroulT.G.&'l Piss. A?tL:.iiTillt, Sr. practical kind, for cm i cut use. , hits in tho window of tho PhiladelGentleman's Magazine. phia i lub in tho afternoon and does not movo fiom ten minutes to !l to Why Ho Wiut tn Toronto. Trlil. Wh) cutlir frnirrihn Im I ilhilM nfthe I.AOrll'lic. I.nm I luck, Klilncjr and KK AND I1NDEVEL0PEC l.hi r illmiiii',I, Itln nm illin. IihIIi(i'niIiiii,Ull.l))ii'Mln, nnv Kind n ucnknraa, or alher long ago a friend nsked the flvo minutes to B, Cor. Now Yoik Not . lltl, y Ivll trl. Ill .Ilkl.ilM.d aIIbAi4 llll l.l. 1.1. II, ll.iullll III. .In., Il II.M.WOOM.CY.M D. Omni ilrenfthtoad and-- anlarnd. emit. inlnuto.) Row Dr. Wild, onco mentioned as n Hun. .T1-1. IT I In IH himi'I tn unv I'n urm iriit.rro-- .I nn - JUUUO ci rptnin otri "t i'tlil. Atlanta, On. OfflcolIi WhlwlmlibU Hinn'o r.LtUlllIU OtUI Jilmemory,TTT' 7 Bonar noppua, uvmm auoimi jaiorea, Kl mi,, nn I I I I possible successor to Mr. Beeeher, Taxlcocelo, weak back, Iom of dktinew, t aakai., , , ,, ii, u,., V lf.,,,H, ,. Aim, PIm Irlil ami lln Hll.rU. hands, Tho custom of ro tiik i.o i), oerrouineaa, weaknea eared bj the Venn KUlntiiltn Hint, anil itimriintpi'il lolaat Inr rmra. Aifllt aid 'iu why ho went to Toronto. "I might whl' h exists among the Ainos, tho EJ dlxcitlon aad Ctly Remedies. Hooper box; fix boxrt for ('ii.liiuthlnti lii trv thinn, rtliiu Uti unit Kliilriilly toahwk, Kriw Mmllcal ajrko, Write Wwlincu, HalarU, mitlli iiiinhliiiil.iiii'l llillory 18 Oft X written guarantee of cure with trrrj Bay,"hoiophed, "that it was a call nborigiual inhabitants ot Japan, was 11,11 HU1IQ.M, take .. ., (liveualai iiifiiri', prliuiuiil lull nirtltuhira, tlx boxe. Bend rtamn for particular! tn th AJJrcmi l)K. J I'D II, lletrell, Mlek, from God, but tho rail fact is I nm ho Ktiaugo to u Japanese author, in It cures qt :c! Ir. For tale b- - all dealer! IP PBN1V CITT MEDICAI, fOMPAXl , Aveuta Wnutrd. . lb genuine. medicine M Mortlt fteeond Ntrccl, I'OIIa., Vu. paid f 2,000 a year moro than I was i a woik published as Into as 1835, gotting." Now York Tribuno, v that.lao gives an engraving of it, I , s m ki-- The hour tor tlnwr has undi ro: n several changi'S. bout iO it 10 n. in. Hun v VIII iv 1 nt ! time and supped at I. In the Sixteenth centmy dinner was at 11, breakfast at 7 and supper at ft or (i. In the following century meals were nn hour later. Disraeli tells us that in the ivin of Francis I of Tranco folks l e at 5, dined at 0, supped at .land went to bed at 0, which, accoiding to a popular saying, made them live Louh XII U tho age ot ninety-nme- . is said, hastened his death by idter ing his bonis to please his young wife. Instead of dining nt 8 a. m. nnd going to bed at ti p. m., ho took to dining at noon and olten rat vp till midnight. London Cor C'nicat;o Heiald. Iho Art nf rliullntr l'ault. Tin eo times out of tV.ur f.iult F.nd ing is nieiely an expres ion ot uiij .i tienee, nnd the only good itdo.-- is to relievo the initable feeling caitd by tho careless stupidity or other de fects of those with whom we have To berin with, on daily inteieouise every occasion whole theie is no iim sonable hoje of doing good by fault finding, seal your lips n- with a lar of iron.- - Ladies' Home Journal. o-- 1 lit Dinner Hunt. t' n English resident oi Persia, was talking with the barki who had come ns usunl to i 'iae nud shampoo him "Wh; ol iinetla honor to couk j'f'o. .to fcttid tho bar! or. "It .'o I d) ynti harm," answered Dr. V . "if i . peoplo wero tokuovi'i: ty isl...vl an unbeliever." "Not a I it ri .1 sahib. I would shave the o i! himself if ho were only op i iv and I should Ikj ret.pectul for h, i a chuckle "1 tlculaily if'-w- ith tight hold ot his nose." Has.sU!, tho baibcr, had ti lit of tho Englishman's n so 1 1 t m . incut, anil as he wa just t the region above Adam's apple v. h i his he. 'ii razor thero was no n t his jolce. "You should see mo tlmwtt.th such teeth !" added tho barber. " u doctor, who only draw the teeth t princes and gentry, you have luu. seen such teith, even in a d" ill Here ho diew his iingei-s- , dipped i'i water over his client's chin tin . do not lather in tho east and u. . d with unction, "Such tccth--ti"t- h with liVOKMiSl" Dr. Wills couM not iemonc.r..to. for Hassan had him by the no.i" again, and his razor was still plaj ing iu daiigi rotis places. Tho conversation ended by the Englishman's pi om isiug to visit the bather at hij shop. llass.ui had no sooner gathered up his tiaps and ictircd with dignity than the servant of Dr. Wills begun to expostulate. "You won't go, sir, of course," ho began, as ho handed his master a towel. "Won't got Indeed I shall. Why not, pray!" "Ah, you sahibs are always taken in. Don't you see, sahib, why ho wants you to como? Ho will say you have come to leain from him." The Englishman was amused, and at tho time appointed ho went to Hass-inshop, and was received with exuberant welcome. "Your footsteps are on my eyes; you are indeed welcome; you honor my poor establishment." Tho place was "clean as a now f pin." tho Narcissus jwcti-eu- s lilled it with fragrance, and customers were plentiful. Heads wiio shaved; anus wero bled; a rheumatic suffeier lay down and leceived tin eo severe burns with u hot iron, for which he seemed duly grateful; nnd finally Hassan extracted a p.u t of a tooth- - in tin ee nets and n prologue, with an interval of live minutes aftor each." At tho end a laigo piece came away. "Ah," said tho triumphant barber, ' that v.ts where the pain was!" And tho patient went out with his cheek in his hu"'l. Dr. W Us so n ft 'loved, but was hnidl.N iti his own com t aid before his sei vnnt entered, palo with rage. "Sahib! Oh. sahib 1" ho began. "I bnitl it! I knew it! He has done it; I knew ho would ! There he stands, tho rascal, explaining to the two merchants, your patients, that you ah, th.it I should hvo to see the day! that you have como to him at your own request to take a les-o- n in tooth drawing!" Youth's Companion. Dr. Wills, i . 1 1 1 . Va-tio",.c-tuall- y It or ten, or In lmi,l, ultliout tin Itiuiul, Iji ut Iho mid III ill" I 1'itlitiit, III- - il - ihili'li'lnr ill a pt riuiiiuit and -- uodi i uri , ivhtili i tlii pi tit nt ln iiiiHlrririiiiilrinl.iroriiiiali.'holi. nm U. I ill".-- , It Iuk lxeil Klti'll ilia llioll-l- ll all I III In- - follow, il. Itiu'iir pi rhvl inn by nilniliiUlrrliie Ilr. UnliioV Golili'ii Ncorlllr. ciiii he ultcii lm(hi of I'u'r nrlipn' inpcc l'l tilt ii ii f III Ii or tii III 111 DnjN union State Directory Girrmnr I.triilrnint otrrnor Mttr liry ol Simp .llloito) (tciic ml tu.litor .. T, Y, Drown M.C.AIf.irH Hi ndli U .1, lhn.rn k ', j I.CNi'lliuu Ili-n- rnuiirii Ihgl-lirJ llnl.' ,I.(1I.K to mj & tsv Uiu oilui-.- . . 1 Ii. I'. II '11101111.1111 , with tin1 Ohio liiiprijsiiHli.t tlm win. It Ixiniiiipo ku ntli r liiiiiHiilli) ('llli- yiinrnti i 'I. ti ll'iuorappillto In i'.Ti-- l. pil'i'lmok ol parlli ill tm fin', til In1-- - llo'dol.li. full". 'J lit- - lr tlliilit J in in Su I, I'ul.lk liihtriu lion Cli rk I'iiMii1 AihhlllK l'l Inter i:i'iii.jiihiiMi IIN'.SIMX'II'K' Ohio, '. I'. Itti'i: Si-I- Nlii it fin. Oint-tnen- csv: Dsscscai A von:an Timv r:. A tiGii vaniBfl i tis Dr. Fenner's t tho "grandest nieil'cimi over Hindu by mini." For .ill skin lull!,tions. Wiirrniited to sit in f nr ninii-o- y Mum r (.k tl. roturiicd. I'ors.ile by I. Il.lhun. lining -iiji -- Clnuil t'niirl iiiiimiiih tln llh Muiiiln) In Mn) ml .Niiittnlx'r. -- .1. 1' l.ntii' ImJi.-.Nni -- Jo Li.iiiiiioiiMiMilth'i AtlmiM'y UU rk l' lluril Ii k J I' Hum it CoiiiiHlKuhini r scW..aiid a Woman mavsoin. cssrxi's. I' .J I(imi I 1' rla, Ncrruuincw, ami (ienerul Ivli'l'ij'. recomiMOMl it. AlUlcnl rclllt. Uinnlno tau trade murk nuJ croin 1 n 5 lUi mi u rn;nr. I'hji.1-cUi- bll K5" BROWNS MOM ('i'li-L1inlnillKistlun, lillloiuniH', TFHS n.i. Mala, u l.iilir...... uili'Miiifiii l .Mull.lll) I I llll (UIIK.iir llll' .llll Mri', lul) iii.l I'ltul.r, eJAr.,ri:KS.'r ccviix. jHllll!irj, III Ihi lul lniiii) Hi iiii'Ii niiiiilh sei ) lor l"luinvii 11 fit inuk I. V'lllx lliirlnn And g voman dav. l ...!....( ft,,,K,J Co.n cmvz :.' ner nouw t... L j mo jiu ; -- wew n?av vJqyK all l an iiouDiei) away. E- t &r ' Curl Ikiii- latum l). tul I lalrno. Cviitof .Mumli) in (MuUr Iim lt CPIIiftTTE-SOAP-l- l nml ffi-n'ijiFi- A. J. SLATON, M. U., Physician .ln.e, (tlit & Surgeon, Imud t "iin. hit I III Miinh, linn'. liii'i'inliT. hi I'r.lili iiiiiHi4iiith( iti iiiU-- UUS iin'n . Fonmrl nf Mllhfnntl, field, otU r Iih nrn'i miomiI r u ) (r)on hiiJ MlJoinin(iHH(u Ha1cu pK'p. rt Ir. CU.I.O.N r nt l, ii h ii (Iim pinij urtite in rn I InKli. i(It Mi hlh.lll), I, i, J. i)hiriiii'-tillf.. r. mi ui, Hi, in,"iii, .1, W I I I S I'limii, 'i, 4,1, 4, . I.I,. I ", liiinni, II, II, Wll-ui- in. l, ii,nliilli. 14, 14, WHEN Y0U"GTfniWEhS30R0 knniMiiir ilthtrniMi I,. K1UUT. C.Theo.Cain, 'f. " -- I. I, I, I. 1, :, i, J. (.1 U I'n.'il, liill'lill'I,'. i r. Hi iu nn, it, ;, i,7," Jit I lii lull r, i, ', 1, A IM.lUMIIhr, l PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF '"92. (SISAiVI) II II ImiiiWrs, IN'Dl'CKMKNTS TO Ol' (.11 II 1 l'ii)lipr luii.ialli. SI. KulUirwii, I.'. II. II, IwmiiI, I, II, II, II, U Ihivlr iulllal Ii . M ( Mlr, ll.lH, i, 'i. J II , UU I, In, (U IMiln, I (( o V TIJKKKPUBLICAN -, r..n.-iKl.- ' I'otlrr lulirls. vtXvjaVvAjf t Hkitin ..l s .4 Crummiii. lUHflial. FBiU1 IK J I. N iinrlnl Ium J I Mil lull, lU'lk'S J lkl V V la!.r, hmltl, Ilollilltlt I C l tul t, Juljt-- ; Aitirtit Work, For the fined nnd M-any she or tyle. Fruit ii" ". , l tirrm 5iS7 3rd and 4th. iiiurrlm1 HikTIOKji . llnvUiit", Jihliit Itlrtrxhrtl. ItPtKtoHT. KirlJ K U, ucf, KfitiM. U C Cromlt r niMrflml. Pl4tlil,U ; , ' V litHiiti- Tho l'rcsiilcnli.il t'iiinp.iiii will Im tlm most intt'iis(.!v intiircsiiiig and in tho history of tlm I'nitud StsiU", iiml countn jnoiln will ho niixiinis u luio all the yi'iicrsl iiml mlitic.il news nml (liocusHioin of tho iln n iri's.ntcd in m t inn:i .limrniil, in inlilition tn ilmt Miiiplitid li liicii own h i"tl uicr. Tn nii'i'l this u.itil mi Immi mitiiroil into a (viiiiliuct iil tli" oxciiini' N'-i- I julii P-ie- w ('onuncrcial S iotci. Ollii'r Ciiillll) Olllfrm. York Weekly Tribune, The Lcaiiing Republican CEXTKAL CITV, KY. R. R. .r,AX0N, PFIOPHHOK. Has jtist been tepaircd and newly furnished. Located clo-- e to Depot. s lunch. Give Good meals 01 tirtt-chis- i roner tirti)ur liiisiiirn i n.or i (hi nut Ji r J W c J It I'arriili Ura.ll, nitron Paper oftlic United States, II ItoiriTH j Wliich cimlilcs us to offer tint silniidiil jiiiiriinl (rciriilnr suliHcrijition juico, fl.tK) jut o.tr) and TI1K KKI'rill.lCA.V for ono ymr lillri'li. South. t rni Ihint riii.l fntirllSiili) iim uli itmlilh s,H.ilh.ihnl it K Hi II. II. ( For on Itj fl.Jtl, Cash in .'hlrancr. i it a trial. o'ihl, I'Htp.l' 4'. intur il our) i il li. I mornim.'. I X. Y. Tiiliiinc. regular price per Hai third Itcpiililicun " " ' u-n-r $1.00 i.-jf- " Total t Im nioriuii llll.I IlHJitHt v sunt t'liiircli.-sirvK- ," filark T & Jteitler, T ' 1 tl,tiat. It.M.I lit ll'i IlK k ii r sun lii ln.irnnii, IU li II h li nil I'i. s, nti" nrr) "im. M. . linn ii. ml t) ul ull'l Uht si) 1 III .1 !. . II 1 i.'thik lillri'li. II Hill 'II' I I'l-t- i) sji ltli.chcii'l i,r) sim.,j ('..i nun, I'l'lnr. Ih I J s, r,, , . t,r,t IIM Vimtii s ' ) mikikI siinr- - . $2.. Wclurnisli both Paporsone year for S1.25, I 4 , l.- -t uliJ Miliii lliiillil, ii I.I s,m,,K tir- m liiml lb III Slllhlll inwrntii hii I lllltllt ''alhith ku mImi ii llii J J II, nitn l'iiir. -t ninrtllll.' S s Sliiur, li,l.itt If II.. Sttlisiriptiou nt.'i lio'iii t any time. Ths kli Piste ask :;j Jo III Pictures I: E01d lfM K A. II ,' St;le izi iist, Pictures C'tipicil and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. Main .Street. (Ml 1M-illlid, AT 1. Ch i rn nuHl ('imp, No W, In AX inoiit ul llNrilurit,K).,fi'iuii(lsittirJij nl ink), in, i 111 nil II llli'llth tit l I M. C M. KlJMtt, l'l,) (Hill. Jin I, I'.omi.s, ml. Iv, fScns cf Votsrans. tat SECRET OIWF.RS. Thir is tlio most lilier.il coinliiii itiim nffur omt uiiidti in tlm United shonid tjLe iiiUuutMj of it at once. 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