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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT,- - TERUS SI.25 Pep Annua, Id Adnnce, VOL. V. TOWN TATTLER HARTFORD, K Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. worth for ten cents." And I depar- sign which said, "Hartford Herald." ted feeling pleased with my purchaso Well, I'll go up and sco tho "boys." Some ono told "Como in," said that old bachelor and tho purchaser. mo Mr. Burton wanted to see mo at friend of mine, Ben Ringo. "Well, his stable, so I will go down and sec what nbout that fire you and Guff were NO. 15. foro been made as clear as within tho last week. How to JVIeasuro Hay. Field ami Farm.) C ASEBIEIR! PROFESSIONAL CARD. Visits Somo ot tho Businoss Housos nnd Writes an f still"?' ,!4,"f-- &sm &,3J M.j f&p ft - ZJAiMfc :Vfv.l' ms? W man wi PVJ- v. ' ;FA;.STLINE ;aSEBIER'S 'BUS .MEKT.3 ALL DAILY riCParE3 1 ' TO ALL. PRICE .lt l IIWOIETRSra ALIKE. '. "UlPli,f1Il Ol TjUIIIj Given f l'ivnnrnivi ftl IUi J I 1 to the Traveling public. ' K --, - Jjr-- JtffcftrSfr., " ligi.V' Also keeps a first- class Liverj and . "Fenl 'Stable where you can have your Horses Fed. and jrg (lie hest of rigs Leavr your . or- - ders wifli ,r , , i I FALL nml BURTON "SEPTEMBER Murks the Opening of tlio WINTER TUADE. Wo oiler for your inspection a LARGE -- - STOCK Prices STORE ax jiii: Of New nml Desirable Goods nt Very Reasonable UN ME "'jjIMTOllTED SUITINGS Ffointhofnshiori centres of Europe. AMEKIOiVN FABRICS' ! . 'Jm In. new nml bountiful patterns. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS - "In fnll and winter novelties. fcik'i"-.Our iiihiip on-nny I'licknjrn ino,m BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices 5,000 Full I and1 Winter Lai eat Styles, Cloaks, $2.50 to $35 each. C.E. Overstreet & Co 238 Fourth Av.,i Louisville, Ky. Uk Tittle " Store. iYw tt Oars Oanfe CooAfcBorttirott Crp. tnlaea. Attaint. A to. KMU(0lliD. Bretaklna esrtara citrorWnramMlm'la flntttJfitt nd sura rtllsr la mtibom sun You will m the MlltI strict altar taking tM first doss. Bald by dsalsra a srrwbsrt. LUft .w. toiuss, ev ttnw asa ut him. think On leaving the livery stable, I walkynu "Hello Gulf! of tho Presidential outlook?", snid I ed across tho street to the big glass ns T walked into tho cozy quarters of front bidding, where I found the Gully A Kingo, Attorney til law at office of the HartfordREruw.tcAN. In the front room sat Jo. B. Rogers the JI2,), East Mnrkct Street, 'oncfioaty wiry young Superintendent nnd also luorning last week. "I don't eaTC about the election,'' taid he, "I editor of the Kni'unucAN. He greet inn interested, just now in making n ed mo with a pleasant "cood morn fire," and lie shivered und turned up ing,'' mid invited me to have a scat, the collar of his overcoat still higher. but I preferred to go buck and see tho "I told thatolliw boy to have n fire "hoys." 1 found the young foreman, early nnd here it is 8:!10, no fire mid S. A. Anderson, making something I'm cold enough to freeze saltwater " on the job press, but didn't undernever stand him, and he looked like he "Oh! I'm pleasant enough, mind" naid a cheery voice nway up didn't care to be bothered, so I passed about tho ceiling nnd jn walked Ben-ni- ou to sec Alex Harnett and Allen Anwith a pleasant smile. "Well'' derson manipulate the typcs,and, oh, said Gully "it may bo warm up there my, how thoy work.S'O fust. Leaving where you are, but it's quite a diller tho Knpimi.iCAN office I enter F. W. nut atmosphere we other folk's are Yeifcr's blacksmith shop, where I living in down here.'' Just then the find my young lriend, C. M. Co'e, oflicc boy rame shivering in full of too busy to talk to me, mid I leave him to visit Schnpmirc's shoe store. I felt that the air had apologies. Everything is in "apple pie'' order tendency, or sort of a sulphuric Well, well, I find Dan Tracy soon would have, and I went oti here. wood-Bho- p, busy down to the little jewelry shop of on tho corner, in the with his tools nnd talking politics. eiiiolieiuicr, who my old friend, II. ever early ni ho is, was pleasantly Dan is u jolly good fellow and I hatsituated at his work, which for years ed to leave him, but I had to move on mid years in the self same place, he in order to see my old bachelor friend, I find him busy Such a pleasant fire Dick Williams. , has followed. I could not retist the working at his anvil, asMsted by that was burninir. Betemptation to Mny awhile und talk. noble gentleman, Bob Gillespie. Dick nnd 1 could i Xo , Hrtfrd attends more ing an old bachelor, ' cloelv to business than docs Mr. talk about our love scrapes when we i Wcinshimcr, and did you know that were boys, and the time flew swiftly I by, and I had to leave him. by his continued industry lie quite u little fortune? I'm couldn't alford to pass Field's 'bus told it's so. You won't blame nie barn, mid in I go. Will Taylor scem ed to be glad to see me and invited I know, for dipt, is such a magHenry netic fellow anyway, if I tell you that me into the office to warm. Field was out, I suppose he had gone I soon found myselt in the Hank chatting dipt. Cox and his gentle to Beaver Dam. Feeling that I want manly cleik, Johnny Moore. Well, ed a suioke.I went in to see my young there's just where I was. I like to go friend, Marvin Bean, in the drug He was too there, so dots every body cle. It is store on the comer. guitar to talk to so pleasant, the Capt. is so kind and busy picking on a obliging and Johnny, well he is the mc.so I went over to the grocery to see He's a comical fellow very fellow gome girl is going to mis L. B. Beau. . .... .1 i t by not taking him iiiut in, and girls, U1K1 lliui some ninny mings iu eny..!.... John will do to tic to, first class. mlido mo feel much better. Well, I Sara and Me are only next door and didn't know whether to go up the of course 1 dropped in there, I do the nlley or nof, but thinkiuc of anthat every day whether I want to other one of my bachelor friends, I t rude or not. The atmosphere is so am compelled to go on down to the home like, it's kind 'o revivifying ami corner nud see that jolly old fellow ketching. For right here you'll find JohnTlioinas.Ilo knows more and says it thau any man in tho inimitable Sara, there's only one less about sad that the world's not full of town, but he's all right. Ellis and them, and no matter how blue you I'cte were busy in the store nnd I Here I are if you will stay in her presence didn't say much to them. two minutes mid not be in a good huiui nt C. L. Field's livery stable. mor with your self and every body Everything is moving along lively. else, then you may kick me but The Squire is helping some of the B not too hard. And Me, yes, .you'll boys bitch a horse to a buggy. fiud Mc here too, and there is onl) the way I find Sam Johnson here. one. Mc is n noble fellow, n wholes He is a horseman from "away back;" soutcd Christian gentleman, the very knows a good horse when he sees him, fellow we nil love to call Charley and is a splendid master. Bro. Bean's Hamilton. And there's Huth, not undertaking establishment was closed the original Huth of holy writ, but ind Isupposed he had gone to the our own fair lovely Until, n new ad- country to marry n couple. The dition to tho Btuanr, by the way a meat shop is next; I enter, and find veiy useful and ornamental one she Mr. Ros looking over his books, but failed to see tho jovial face of that is too. I didn't want to sue for n divorce, for I'm not the possessor of old fat gentleman, Bill Foreman. the necessary qualification, neither Mr. Ross told me ho quit there some did I wish to iibccrtuin the legal .ind two or three years ago and was work"Hello, Todd." I historical aspects of primogeniture, ing on his farm. marriage or anything else, for of le- said, as I weut into, the Red Front. gal lore and matrimonial experience, "Hello, old friend,'' said he, "I I neither have nor desire, but I did havu't seen you for a long time." want to spend n moment or so with He gave me a cigar, and told mo I my old friends, John Sam and the needed a shave, and I strolled into Judge, so up stairs I went, and into tbo barbershop. Well, if I didn't find I bad not seen Arch the pleasant law office, where I found Arcie Cain? Col. Wedding devouring the con- for a long time nnd we had a pleasaut He told tents of the latest number of a great talk while ho shaved mo. ho had a young friend up stnirs law journal, while Judge Glenn with mo his head up nnd hat back was over tho Red Frout nnd nsked m'o to Dr. Blackstoud. I said; "good go up nnd seo him, I went. He was busy morning" as is my custom on meeting White was his friend. pe.'iple, if it is before dinner, nnd so making teeth nnd wo did not tarry His office was a nice one. did they. We talked pleasantly long. nbnut matters in general, but when "Won't you go up to the Commertho conversation turned to law, I cial und tnko dinner with rae," said I hated to refuse him, so I turned to thedoor for most persons Cain? The hotel seemed to have know a good deal of law nnd went. think I I knew these fellows would unde- changed hnnds in the last year. Mr. ceive themselves if I carried on n con- Stahl was gouo and in his stead I politician, versation ou that subject, so I beat a found that old retreat and saved my reputation. Of Wra. Milltgau. Wo had n good dincourso you can guess whom 1 found ner, and after enjoying a good cigar I next door. Oh! yes, it's that bundle started up tho street. "Hello, there," I stopped and Har of git up and git, known as J. H. IS., .somebody said. Curson. He ry Taylor, that gentlemanly young A good was measuring oil' calico for a cus- lawyer, came to tho door. tomer and I waited to sco how his fire here and I will rest awhile. liar, scissors would slip when lie cut off ry told mo there was n meat shop the piece, but thoy didn't slip. IK next door to him, run by a Mr. Her. After spending never lets anything slip, but he de- I did not sco him. liberately set Ilia scissors so as to give about an hour with Harry I started his customer a full inch and a half. out to see the rest of tho town. As 1 He always docs that for I've seen him had been down on the lower street, I measure calico before. You can al- thought I would go ou farther up. I ways depend ou Henry, he's square. looked in at Klein's grocery, but did Wishiug there were more Henry Car-son- s, not know any of them, so I wound in I reluctautly left, coming to T. to seo Mr. Wooruor, tho shoo man. a shoo, and I did Morton's I thought I would liko Ho was J. Griffin Bros.' somo peanuts,.! usedjto, like candy, not say much to him. but I don't now,, sad,to say it aggra- drug storo ueedto be n favorite resort of vates my, teeth, but peanuts nro mine and I believe I will seo thorn, more congenial1 to liiy disposition thought I, and in I go. I find Henry so, "Tom'' said I "what will yoU take, filling a prescription and Larkin talkworth of youjc best ing to Dr. Baird about some medifor I was treated awful nice in dgu't kqep nuy" but tho best cine. anything," saidTcni, "but nsitis here, but couldn't remain long. Outof you I will let you have a dimes side I happeued to look up and saw a wlmt lo any-thing e I IntorostiiiR Account. .11 kicking about this morning," said 1. It's nil 'o jc,' ' said Ben. Mr. Felix was busy writing. Hearing a noise in the other room J I found tho foreman, Mr. Matthews '(making up" the form, he said. I hardly recognized Will Schapmire,but ho was just as obliging as he used to bJ. A young fellow by tho name of Vaught, who . seemed awful pleasant. Tho "boys" are n jovial set; I stait longer than I expected. On leaving the Herald oflicc I find n new firm llcatcd ou tho comer, stylo Hoover &Jah)oy. They told mo they were doing a good business nnd I went out into the cold again. Well, well, Handy Comer next. J. II. James is the obliging popular proprietor of this storo on tho corner, mid n jolly gentleman he is. Klein's hardware fetorc being on this street, I will see if he has any thing' I want, so in I go to investigate. I find that "Prince of goodifcllows," Bob Crowe, who is always so entertnininir, but seemed more so than common this evening. He gave me a cordial welcome, presented mc with one ot my favorite cigars, sold a customer a barrel of flour, and talked all the time. The mammoth dry goods house of Fair Bros. & Co., was directly on my way, so I will stop in and seo them. Mr. Fnir, a very gentlemanly old man, greeted me at the door and invited me in to examine their mammoth stock. Will . and Mao were busy waiting on customers, and giving bargains. I never saw the like. In measuring calico, I noticed that Will would invariably let the scissors slip and give the customer nbout four inches more than ho really bought. Mao was selling a customer a fine suit of clothes for less than I thought it could possibly be sold for. Their Millinery Department was upstairs, presided over by tho accomplished and bcnutifiil, Miss Helen Foster, who is always up to tho latest styles in hats and all kinds of notions. Miss A. B. Lcwisifc Co's, Milliniry store is still on tho corner and doing a good business. In former years I could have visited tho Court House to pnuure a license, but the sun of many summers has dimmed my brow and the winds of many winters have shattered my limbs, that has all been forgotten, and I cau now only visit that place to seo what is going on in the Temple of Justice. On my left as I enter, I find tho County Clerk's Office, and that whole-soule- d fellow, Rowan Holbrook, as Clerk. He was busy looking over some papers, while his obliging deputy, L. P. was filing out a marriage license. Just across the hall, I find tho Circuit Clerks.Office thaf'old reliable" young Clerk, W. G. Hnrdwick. "Billy" as he is better known, preparing for Circuit Court, which, by the way is no small job, but "Billy" is ably assisted by his brother, C. L. Hardwick and A. T. Nail and no fears are but what every thing will be in shape by the time Circuit Court I.niir'aj nirillclnra very lny. couvcues, one-thirnd Lo-uoed The hay crops or rather crops The Census Bureau has published have been gathered in Colorado for bulletins giving statements of manuthis year, and needless to say they facturers in twenty-thre- o cities, emhave been large ones. But the cut- bracing many ofthomoro iraportunt ting, curjog-anstacking of hay arc manufacturing cities of the country. not all that the farmpr has to do with No w.York leads tho list with an antljis product. He generally has to nual production of 7G3,'832,92o; sell eomo of it, and in order to do thw whilo the number of hands employed properly ho has to Know how to meas- is 351,757 in this city.- - Chicago ranks ure it. When a largo quantity of bay next with a production of M3218-1,- . is sold by one farmer to another the 140, though only 203,108 hnndsnrc quantity is usually determined by employed. Philadelphia employs measurement, Sellers are disposed to 253,073 hands, and the annual proinsist that n cube of several feet is u duction is reported as 5G4,323,7G2. 'ton. This is entirely too small and Boston clnploys 90,198 hands, and 'will not weigh out. How many cubic their annunl production is $208,104,-083- . feet will make a ton depends on so In these four cities tho annual manyconditions that no certain rule product exceeds 2,100,000,000, 'and can be given. It depends on the kind in nineteen others, of which Cleve of hay whether timothy, alfalfa or land, Buffalo, Newark, Milwaukee, prairie, on the chnractcr of the hay, Providence and Roohestei aro tho whether fine or coarse, on tho condimost important, the aggregate annual tion in which it was put in the stack, product is raised to more than 0 and particularly ou the size, especially in tho twenty-thre- e cities. the depth of the stack or mow. In 1880 tho aggregate annual prodIu a very large mow, well settled, uct of manufactures in the whole fOOcubic feet of alfalfa or timothy country was about 5,300,000,OO0, may nvciage a ton, but on top of the anil tho twenty-thr- ee cities contribmow, or in n small stack, it requires uted only 1,G00,000,000 of that sum 500 to 512 cubic feet; sometimes even less than a third. Tho increase in more. It is not safe for the buyer to annual production in these cities has figure on less than 500 cubic feet; but been 87 per cent, in the single decade. in a well filled mow, in selling we It is hardly to be expected that so vast would rather weigh than sell nt that an increase will appear in the minor measurement. To find the number towns or tho rural districts, though of tons in n barn mow or hay shed, tho inultipliation of manufacturing multiply the length, .depth and centres and hives of industry has been tr lha ' .. hrPilrilh tnrrnrhnt ntwl rlitrnln ' tno ni08t wraarkuble feature '...of the ,. n,..i... r us -euus.uL-r' C1GC... Tlin already nig me quniiiy oi nay nnu ttie condimake it probable, however, that tho tion in which it was put up, will make increase in annual production will exa ton. To measure a coneshnped stack ceed 50 per cent, for the whole counfind the nren of the base by multiplytry, and the aggregate production ing tho square of the circumference yearly by manufacturing will exceed in feet by the decimnl .07958 and 8,000,000,000 for tho year 1890. multiply the product thus obtained by Tho output in only twenty-thro- e of the height in feet, and cities is the result of the labor of 1, then divide ns before, cutting off five 300,540 hands, while in the same right-hafigures. The correctness cities the number of bauds employed ot this will depend somewhat upon in 1880 was ubout 757,000. But there the approximation of tho stack to remain to be reported the products of regular a cone, and if the stack bulges other workers numbering many milout it make the product too small. lions. Economists nnd eloquent orThe better way is to estimate the ators who have been speaking with area of the stack up to ttie point of enthusiasm of tho Nation's greatness tapering iu, and then apply the above have been accustomed to calculate rule td the cone shaped top. The best that its yearly increaso of wealth was way, however, is to weigh. The ex- about equal to that of Great Brifian, perience of weighing a fc'w stacks will Germany, and Franco combined, but enable any one to judge quite accutho" recent figures indicate that this rately. Another approximate rule has been too n modest estimate. Tho for measureing a round stuck is this: annual product of this country, inSelect a place which is as near as pos- stead of being about W0,000,000,000 sible tJ what tbo average size would as may have reckoned, must be'tnuch be if the stack were of uniform diamgreater when all industries are taken eter from the ground to tho top poiut. into account. Measure around this to get the cirIu ono sense the New World owes cumference. Add four ciphers (0000) much to Columbus. But the magnito the circumference at the right and ficent development of tho 'United divide the whole by 3.1459 to get the States has been due, first and mainly, diameter.' Now multiply half ot the to tho free instutions whi-.-have diameter by half of tho circumference brought to this country the m6st ennud you have the feet in the circular terprising nud worthy emigrants Multiply by the number of from other lands for more than cenarea. a feet the stack is high, and you tury, and. secondly to the National will have the solid or cubic feet iu policy which has heen maintained the whole. Then divido by 500 to during the lasi thirty years by the 512, according to its size and com- party now iu power. For It is within pactness. Which will give the numthe lust thirty years that the Natio ber of tons in tho stack. has gained more than three-quartN 3,000,-000,00- T. Edwin. 6s ISoTwe ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Glonn I JAS.S.OLtNN. .IKsift,w'yeaet HARTFORD, ii "Wedding", 3,t. a.WtDDIKd, KY. (Office, over Anderson's Ilatnar.) Will practice their profession In all the courts o Ohio anil adjoining counties, and court of Appeals Special attention giTen to criminal practice and collections, 2attlj Sznitli, Attorney at Law, CTstxxies --A.. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h's profession in Ohio and and the court of Appeals, bpocia attention (liven lo collections. 1 llj' Office nor uYside public square. E. V. OUFFV. o-iiff- 6s Kingro, II. D. KIKOO. Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil courts of Ohio .indrttljoining Court und Court of Ap- counties nnd In SJx-rloCollfctionn nnd all le?nl ImttineM nt tended o. Oflicc, No. :U' i:..MurJv t HtMHftrtforJ, Ky. Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' """", .:-- . w ... (Office In Crowder lliilldlng.) Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Alno Notary T2n?J(y Public Rosine, Ky. IMI. ATTORNEY "Tedding;, Attorney at Law, TZ. IS. ,, Ij. IeaTfxln, AT LAW, 'Will practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention glren to collection. Office, oicr Williams, Dell A Co'a drugstore. Hartford. Ky. m 3. Will SI DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. ) frw PLEASANT IjaiSfjififrSuno 9gEi& ,7 c I ers (CONTINUKD NKXT WEEK.) war-hors- o with LOOAr, applications, as they caunot reach tho seat of tbo disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to euro it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nnd nets directly on the blood nnd mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one ,. tho best physicians in tho country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed ot tho best tomes known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly ou tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of tho two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F.J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, prico 75c. frlra THAT IIACKI.MJ COl'UlI can bo to quickly cuwl by Hhlloh'a Curiv M'o BViuanto Hold by Z. Wyue Urlflln llro. CniighlnK Iiciiil Catarrh Cannot be Cured its nioea the bow of present wealth, and power of wealth production. These are facts In order lo lie healthy tills h necessary. which may well excito pride in the Dr. Fenner's Salt Rhoum Ointment bosom ot every true American. Thoy is the "grandest medicine ever made may also suggest to every true Amerby man." ' For all skin eruptions. ican tho qilestion whether the policy Warranted to satisfy or money re which has realized such' grand results turned, ' For sale by L. B. Bean. ought to be abandoned. 15 4t Some fancy the charms of the lilly- ' 'iHILOH'H COUUll and Consumptlo white maid, Cure Is sold byu on a guarantee. It cures conOf ethereal form mid languishing sumption. Sold by Z. Wayne Oriffin & llro. ove. IAMESHEDICIHE Ton to" OUATUB AND 19 BLITER. it... nnu SSI bUMri-LAlU- n Mr doctor says It acts rnttr on tha atomath.'UTw aad kUnejs.aaillsaplMaLDllutlT.. drink la as mle Irom herbs, and Is ynpand totalTali aasur as tea. liMcaJlsa THE' NEXT MORNINQ a I WBEkJikKnx h Irp FEEL BRIGHT 'n ord.r to t hullhr, this la K.WOVUWAJ.D. lUtJv. vr w to. . Y. SHT1I, WHITE'S CREAM Ki'inp. to l'unn,nnilloi. thorough at one'. Baltom to Mhiloli'f Vilalliir imtlit ou meilfnr crm. lion, loxKofap'titi, PitzlnoM, nml all ajmtoiu rl H) prm. Price IU nml 75 eta per boMo at Z. Wit) no GrlflinA Bro. orclo ou, DO inYOV WANT TO MAItHY, anil aulc. It nodal Ictlcre Irom ni)lleinMi ofcullura ami means Iroin all over the country! lfio,jtitiicn! one ten rent ami revel v. a copy of tlie elegant matrimonial papr called OaAo HioMoai. which Hill afford you. mora heaUhrai enjoyment tlmnjou hare had for many a day: each number contain hundred! of Icltcri from young ladles and gentlemen waiitlngcorreponde'nt fronl those of tho opposiloseij Inhere la 'a man, or, woman, who has not found Ida or her affinity hero's the golden opportunity. Address Osaxoi lossous, room 1J, la lloylstoti street, . Iloston,. , 38 ly, Mass, i " half-solin- g t flSOiOO working fdr w". Persons preferred who ran furiilrh a horse nnd gi,vetlr whole time to tliu business. Npare moments mity bn profitably employed also, Afcw vacancies and cities. II, V. JOIlMMON at t'O in tons aotli and Malu at., Itlchmond, Va. tO t7S,00 Who faints iu the sunshine and droops Grace W. Haight, a young author in the shade, YEARS of same renown,has contributed a most And is always just ready to die. t FOR ' Has led all Worm" Remedies. beautiful story, "Threo Poor Souls,'' But give me tho girl of tho sunshiny EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. to tho November, issue of Fetter's face, SOLD EVEBYWHEllB. Southern Magazine, which- - is as paThe blood in whoso veins courses ,ra7IlU''P8TAT10"!l", c0" "'":' thetic as it is beautiful. healthy and' free, This is handsomely illustrated by With the vigor of youth in hor movements of graco, whoso beau, Mr.. Charles Grunwald, Oh, that is the maiden for mc! I.OUIMVIM.i:, NT. LOUIN A TEX. K. K. tiful work in this Magazine is attractShe is tho girl to tie to for life. LoQiiT...., St. Louis & Tent ailwij, ing considerable notice evci where. Tho sickly, complaining woman may be an object ot lovo and pity, but she SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. I, 1891. The Nation's Growth. No. 61, No.M, ceases to bo a thing of beauty worn N. V. Tribune. Dally. WEST HOUND. Daily. Tho Bplcudid celebrations which down by femnlo weakness nnd disor7:45 a.m. 6.2ip. m. Lr, LoutlYlllo ' Wast Point Ml a.m. 7.20p.m. commemorate the achievements of ders, subject to hysterin and a martyr 0:17 a. m, 1.07 p. m. Ilrandenburg Columbus aro appiouriatcly accomto beariug-dow- n pains. Dr. Pierce's 0.4 a. m. p. m. Irvlngtnn feteptieuHport panied with most inti testing disclosl":i! a. in. V.'Jl p. m. Favorito Prescription is n suro cure 10:41a.m. 0.18p.m. Cloirrport ures' regarding tho wonderful growth for these distressing complaints nud 11:11a.m. 10:10 p. m. Hawesdlle of tho New world. 'Tho progress of will transform tho feeblo, drooping 11:31a.m. 10.34 p. la. Lewlsport 12: 10 p. in. 11:11 o. m. Owensboro... United States in industries and wealth sufferer into a healthy, happy, bloomSpoil. ville 1:04 p. in. 11.59 p. in. is indeed tho' wonder of tbo world, and ing woman. a. m. I'M p. ii, Guaranteed to give sat- Xr. UeiiUerson No. (Si, No.M, tho cecsus bulletins which have been isfaction iu very- - caso, or money Daily Dally. EASTnoUND. appearing within tho last week give n paid for it refunded, , , 7:15 a.m. 3:15p.m. Lt. Uendarson clearer conception of that progress 7:37 a. in. p. m. SpoltsTille ... (.27 a. m. 4.15 p. m. Owr m'wro than 'it has. been' possible to form' from . Catarrh Cured, thcaljh and sweet breath seO.trJa.m. 5.03 p.m. liyBhlloh'a Lewlsport statements' previously published. It cured Injector freeCalarrh'ltemedy, Price SO els 9.33 a.m. 5.SUp.m Hawesillle Nasal at Z. Wayne OrlHih A llro 10.01 a. m, 5.57 p. ra. has been known that tho Nation has Clorerport ..... 10.i a. m. :19 p. m. Stepheniport.... growii to number 05,000,000 inhabi-- , 11:02 a. m. 7.M p. la, Irvlngtnn ro THK1.UJ1D, Ilrandenburg Wakoasa, JUlaila, . idijwUoo mi ll:f a. m, 7:31 p. m. Jauts, and that in consumption of pro BlllauineM.take .05 p. Ill, 1&03 p. m. Wast Point IKOIf rUTTK! , ducts these surpass any population of l:uo p. m, 9.05 p, m. It enraa en IcMr. for aala b-- all Jaalava fas Ar, Loulstrille 120,000,000 in any other land on .Mdidne iris ctaulaa. Tsalna No. 51 and Np. 5J make connection al earth. It has been known that tho Irriagton (Sunday excepted) with trains on Louis- Croup, Whooping Cough and llronchltls Imme' Tllle. Harllnsburv & Western It. II., east and (he Nhtlon's wealth during addition to dialely rellcted by ShiioH'a Cure. 'At Z.W.Orlffln. vest bound. For further Information, address the last decade alono was greater than llro.'a Drug Storo. ,, II. C, 1IOKDUE, fien. IVr Ag'l. I.oulifille, Ky. the aggregate of wealth in 18G0, so that a single decade added more than WUllOl) Him- lRwith Djtpp-- an I.ler complaint? Nhlloli'aVitallserlsguarantctd all the wealth created during tho cure you., Hold byZ. Wayne (ialrUu Bo, Mn f Persons has elapsed einco tho disare broken down Irom overwork or household ts onflletn rhilaJelrhUt covery by Columbus. But tho sources "llrown's Iron Hitters ex. at the Newspaper AdvM. rebuilds tho intern. ulU illzettlon. remotes tlslna Arencv. of a MeMro.' u of Cilit wealth creation hnvo never bo- , u u bile, and cures malaria. G the gtaula md wauwonaeu s VERMIFUGE 20 se 'tl Hartford Kepublican rUBM8!IKD KVEHY KIHDAY MORNING. Killlnr ami Proprietor. JO. R. KOUKItN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. Tm: Republicans nro not in it. Wn have met tho enemy and we are theirs. How would Bob Lincoln do President in !)(?? ' for Ei.i.is i9 elected in Congressional District. tho Second Tiiky whipped us this time, but they can't do it next time. now be in order for the Democracy to "destroy tho last ves- Some of our contemporaries havo felt called upon to republish and to criticise what purported to bo an advertisement appearing in IhcRHPun Now, it is MOAN week before last. only necessary for us to say that this was brought into the ofhee, set up, put into the form and run into tho paper in tho abseuco of the editor and was not detected until it was too late. Tbero is no ono who feels any higher respect for tho memory of the honored dead than does tho editor of this pa. pcr,atid no one would be farther from, knowingly committing a breach ofgood taste, and we can but esteem these criticisms and tho effort to give them publicity on the part of our brcthorn of the press as being, to say tho least, unkind. A CLEAN SWEEP. Tho Domocraoy Carries tho Earth from tho Lakes to tho Gulf and from Sea to Sea. CLEVELAND HARRISON WEAVER 303 124 17 Never in tho history of the party havo tho Republicans suffered such a Waterloo as was indicted upon them Tuesday. It is unparalleled. A de- It will POOR HENRI. Watterson stock has been steadily tailing tor tne last three days and is now away down below par. Here's what Henri said last May about the election of Mr. Cleveland: " Washington, May 8. Tho Demo crats, on tne otner nanu, are away out at sea. No one believes the election of Mr, Cleveland possible, yet all are afraid of the defeated show of strength in States wholly Democratic or hopelessly Republican. It may be that the great Democratic party stands in need of additional discipline at the hands of that God of whom it has been written that "whom He loveth He chasten-eth.- " If so, so bo it! But it does seem to mo that a little sober reflection, and tho sensible putting this and that together, would save us a world ot needless wandering through the wilderness of doubt and disaster." "Washington, May 11. The New York World this morning pub lishes the following note from Mr. Watterson: 'In the present instance I am, as usual, opposing the predilections of a great majority of my political comrades, who favor the nomination of Mr. Cleveland. I do not think that Mr. Cleveland can secure the electoral vote of the State ot New York, and, therefore, as that vote is to his election, that he can't bo elected. I do not think that any issue is exclusively represented by him which makes his nomination a matter ot duty and honor. Hence, I have urged, am urging and shall continue to urge, until the question is settled by the Chicago Convention, the selection of some Democrat not identified with the factions in tho Empire State. I have been, and 1 am a friend, not an enemy, of Mr. Clevewill land, who, in my judgment, make a grievous mistake if he allows his great name and fame to take the hazards ot another candidacy.' " indis-speusab- le tige'' ofprotection. prophecy HtiNRY Watterbon's was all right, but he proved to be a devil of a poor prophet. TflK gallant Gus Willsou was de " featcd lor Congress in the Fifth District by a large majority. The occupation of the old time Democratic . bummer is gone the Australian Ballot System has knocked it out. Republican f Au. honer is due the for its bold staud in favor of the party New Constitution, which provided for the Australian Ballot System. There was less drunkenness and disorder in Haitford Tuesday than at any other election in years past. Hurrah, lor the ballot system. feat is no name for it. It was a ground-3wel- l, a landslide, an earthquake. New York, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois all go Democratic. As tho returns now stands the elec. toral vote is as follows: States. Clevel'd. Har. Wea. second-hande- d 11 Alabama Arkansas 8 wjig011 California 9 Colorado 4 G Connecticut Delewarc 3 Florida 4 Georgia 13 Idaho 3 Tho Democrats are having a wholo Illinois 24 barrel of firn by making every ReIndiana 15 publican and People's Party man, Iowa 13 who comes into tho County Clerk's Kansas 10 office, got upon a tnble, blow a horn Kentucky 13 aud make a speech. Louisiana 8 HEAD-QUATRERMaine 6 DEMOCRATIC Massachusetts 15 C Michigan 9 Minnesota 8 Maryland Eva II. lies 1)7, Eflio Bean 98, Myrtlo Hines 97, Pearl Cannon 97, Mattio Foreman 97, Edna Aull 91, Julia King 90, Willie Miduifl 9G, Karl Bean 95, Roy Armcndt 97, Adolphus Johnst. ii 98, Robert. Fielden 98, Noah Dye 99, Mc. Bean 90, Mattio Bean 90, Bedford Bean 93, Cooke Beau 97, Dresden Bean 05, Marline Bennett 97, Mary Bennett 95. Tho nttcudanco during tho bad weather has been remarkably good, and tho people deserve great credit for their interest in school matters. To.morrow is tho "eventful day' that decides tho fate of Harrison aud Cleveland. This place is agog With excitement already, and tho greatest of interest is tnkeu by all parties. ,11. L. t. r IWKiAtn, l'rol, si'TiEiivrEisro Of tho Condition of tho Jno. II. IUhvm, t'sihlor Beaver Dam Octobor 8, 1892. W lifili "S DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of "Business RESOURCES. Notes nnd Bills $17,271.17 Real Estate 3,000.00 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. (Expenses 1,545.07 Cash on Hand nnd in other Banks 39,272.98 $92,589.22 Till you Can't RestI Wo havo just recoivod a largo invoice of Ludios Cloaks, from tho choapost grado to tho finest Cloak tnado. Wo can fit any lady in Ohio county, both in sio and pu'eo. Romonibor wo don't intend to carry one of theso Cloaks over, theroforo ovory ono must bo sold within the next forty days. So coino early and got clioico in prico and quality. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Due Banks Interest and Exchange Reserve Surplus Fund Deposit Account . Wanted 325,000.00 20.00 . . 3,748.59 802.31 IN OVERCOATS wc are FULL Up! And wo intend to sell them, too. our cut priccsund you will see: Overcoats worth SS.00 Overcoats worth $10.00 worth $15.00 Ovi-rcoat- s If you don't believo it, just listen at for $5.00 for 17.00 for 112.50 To exchange mie new 2.250.00 GO.708.32 hay rake,one and buggy forcorn. Call at once. Dan P. Tracy. ? $92,589.22 In submitting this wo beg tostnte that our business hns steadily grown each month since our opening, and by tho most enreful, watch fulness nnd a strict observance ofthe principles of the most conservative .banking, wo hopo not only to extend our acquaintance, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence thnt is beiug so liberally reposed in us. Wo nro here to neconuuodnte tho people, each nnd every business, courtesy shall bo extended to them, but in no case shall safety be sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John H.Bakxks, Cashier. We Have Had to Duplicate Orders fur Clothing. And now havo as nice a line as can Remember we've anywhere. got them to sell and not to keep! In order to sell them, we make the prices so they are bound to go. be found tf S. SUBSCRIBE -- FOR THE Mississippi Missouri 9 17 .. 3 OUR Hartford 3 - GROCERY - DEPARTMENT Yes, we sell tho flour yrt. $5'.00 per Barrel. Without revolution and without bloodshed, the nation decided to have a change and the change will take place on March 4th next. Tues-na- y The election Tuesday was the calmest affair you ever saw to be callIt looked like a soed an election. cial gathering, rather than a political contest. Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire 30 New York 10 New Jersey North Caroliua... 11 North Dakota Ohio 23 Republican AND- - 8 4 . . .. .. 3 4 32 4 .. .. jg JlyLffiy'' Come to headquarters the Hartford House for your meals. Meals on ratification day from 12 m. to 12 p. m. Is complete and go'ids at bottom prices. Best grade Second grade Third grade $4.40 per Barrel. $3.00 per Barrel Who will And wo want 1,000 dozen Eggs at louts per dozen. And 500 pounds of Hotter at 20 cts per pound. bring thorn? Reader, can't you bring us a pound or two. Ella Elliot, a young girl of New Albany, Ind., was run over and horribly mangled by a train on the streets of that city Sunday morning and died in an hour. which to No unfloat the "floater" Tuesday. easy politician dogged his footsteps; no "hustler" administered to his van. He was sad, lonely and dry. ity. There was nothing with While the Democrats their victory, let them and they'll at once know pathize with us fellows, distinctly not "in it" at The Democrats are enjoying think of '88 how to sym who are so Oregau Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ... 9 4 12 Superintendent's ments. BOTH -- Appoint- - PAPERS D.J. COLEMAN & CO., BEAVER DAM, KY. .'.15 4 12 4 6 12 3 .... this writing. of Ohio county will ratify the election of Cleveland at Hartford, Friday night, November 18th. People of all parties are in-- , vited to be present and take part in the fun. GEORdE ClIARLEd SPENCER forbearance Ceased. Indlanapoll Journal. 303 124 Totals 17 In tho County and District races, Democracy was none tho less triumphant. Montgomery, Rowe, Owen, Likens and J. P. Stevens are all elected by safe majorizes. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. of Marlborough, was found dead in his bed Wednesday morning in Blenheim Castle, Woodstock, England. His son, the Marquis of Blandford, will accede to Churchill, Duke his title and estate. Look outfor the Democratic scram- We learn there ble for the offices. are already about a dozen applicants here, and of course for the There will be there will be others. . just about on an average a dozen apA Fatal Pall. plicants for every place to be filled, Hazleton, Pa., Nov. 7. The tres and then the fun begins. ravine at tle spanning a forty-foo- t Honeybrook broke to day, precipitaTin: Democrats are claiming Butting to tho bottom ten loaded cars ler county by several hundred majoriand six men. At noon the men were ty. Now, right hero we propose to on the way to their dinner on a train, draw the line. We have made arand whilo crossing tho tresslo the timrangements to stand it for New York, bers gave way,precipitating the train Kansas, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois to and men to the bottom.The loud noise go against us, but when Democracy made by the crackiug timbers and sets her unholy foot upon tho neck of tumbling miners attracted the attendear old Butler, we think it is time to tion of other workmen, who rushed call a halt. We consider this the to the scene. A horrible sight met most uukindcst cut of all. their gaze as they peered mto tho yawNearly fifty feet below Tin: Australian Ballot System was ning abyss. Tuesday in Ken- the surface could be seen a heap of thoroughly tested tucky, and it comes out with emphatic debris, with legs arms, and other A few parts of human victims protruding. approval from the people. ballots were thrown out from some Willing hands rushed to the assisfailure or other on the partot the vot- tance of the unfortunate men. Mich er, but as a whole it has proven satis- ael Kardo w.is first uncovered. Ho factory, Another election will thor- met a terrible fate. Every bone in oughly acquaint the people with tho his body was bioken and his face was crushed beyond recognition. The system and will add much to the poswere taken out alive: sibility and probability of fair elec- following Guiseppe Costelin, foreman, both legs tions. broken and body badly bruised; AnThe happiest man in all Louiavillo drew Hoxicas, skull cracked and Wednesday morning after the election face cut: Michael Regatissa, fractured returns were in, insuring the election skull, and arms and body crushed, of Cleveland, was our own John C. will die: Vudanni Costefa, cut and Riley. He was the Captain of acorns bruised, injured internally; John pan of enthusiastic Democrats about Jodha, arm broken and back injured; one hundred strong, who were para- John Baraska, chest chrushed aud ding the streets, yelling theracselves four ribs broken will die. All were hoarse for their favorite. He marched removed to the hospital. at the head of the column with his hat hoisted high in the air on bis Found Dead in a Saloon. cane and presented a most striking Martin C. Caunons was found dead appearance. in a saloon at Lexington Monday morning, belonging to John Sullivan, Tm: battle is fought and Democrais triumpant. We bow to the will on Vino Street. The dead man was cy about 35 years old, and lived four of the people, as expressed at the the city on the Nicholas polls Tuesday, without complaint, and miles from villo pike. Cannons was in the sawc go out of the fight feeling that what and could bo honorably done to forward loon drunk yesterday oveniug Sullivan locked him in a back room the Republican cause we have done, The verdict of the and knowing the justice of the cause and went away. Coroner's jury was to tho effect that Our we have no apologies to offer. and exposfight has been clean, fair and honora- he died from hemorrhage ure. ble and we go out as we carao in, ac. o tm bearcompanied by our Old winter has scored his first home ing malice toward none, but kindness run. townrd nil. post-offi- "See here," yelled the wrathful man, as ho took off his hat and showed a head as bald as a campaign lie. "Yes, I see," said the druggist. "Did you ever try ray unparalleled capillary renovator?" "That's just what I did," answered man, in tones of the wrath "and here's the result.'' The druggist mused a moment. "It works that way sometimes," he said. "The hair grows so fast, you see, that it pulls itself out by the roots. Now, if you will only strengthen your scalp by using a few bottles of my acraeistical scalp balm " At this point they cliched. bald-bead- Likens carries the following precincts by the annexed pluralities: East Hartford 2, West Hartfoid 25, Centertown 33, Smallhouse 8, Rock-po- rt 49, Cool Spring 3, Beaver Dam 34, ShreveG, Ellis 68, Magan 1, Bu ford Gl, Abbieville 8, Bcda 2. Total, 300. S. T. Stevens carries the following precincts by the annexed pluralities: Cromwell 45, Select 14, Rosiue 79, Horse Branch 16, Sulphur Springs 12, Fordsville 31. Total, 197. Miller has the following pluralities: McHenry 26, Barllett 57. Total, 83. Likens' vote 1,674 Stevens' vote 1,557 9G1 Miller's vote Likens' plurality 117 FOR SIIEHIFF. Monday, Nov. 1 I; 8 o'clock, No. 74, G. T. Tinsloy. 1 1 :30, No. 1 7, J. L. Brown. 2:30, No. 72, J. M. Stogner. Tuesday, Nov. 13; No. 13, Miss Mecio Tichenor. 11:30, No. 00, II. H. Davis. 2:30, No. 14, Miss Dania Carter. Wednesday, Nov. 10; S, No. 15, 1 1 :30, Miss Lula Chinn. No. S7, S. J. Tichenor. 2:30, No. 10, W. A. Casobier. Thursday, Nov. 17; 9, col. No. 0, O. G. Duff. 11:30, No. 82. Z. II. Shultz. 2:30, No. SI, L. 13. Lonoy. Friday, Nov. 18; 8, No. 64, P. II. Ross. 1 1 :30, No. 73, U. C. Harnett. 2:30, No. 05, Miss Stella Taylor. Monday, Nov. 21; 0, No". 19, A. H. Ross. 11;3(), No. 99, I. P. Sumner. 2:30, No. 8, Miss Alien. Tuesday, Nov. 22; 8, No. S4, J. L.Taylor. 11:30, No. 22, S. W. Tavlor. 2:30, No. 5, .Miss Lula FOR THE PRICE- - OF ONE. -- CoancLascLexcisuL BETTER Hotel ALL THE- - KNOWN AS THE COUNTY -- NEWS TII- E- PALME;r. HOUSE. Newly IN wemmm -- Meals 25c- Rates $i - 00 per day. 4 Famished. 4 East side Fredorica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky. C. MJiS. CJL'IS. HOB Y, MRS. R H 'IL LIXGITAM,Prop8. AND- NATIONAL NEWS -- IN THE- - --CSDOES THE FINEST AND CIIEAPESTI- - TRIBUNE. $1.25 per year. BLACKSMITHING. a specialty. A large stock of best modern Plows, and all kinakof Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Horse-shoein- g Walker. Wednesday, Nov. 23; 8, No. 01, . (Miller 11:30, No. 103, Miss Lida Martin. 2:30, No. 79, Miss Effie Kahn. Thursday, Nov. 24; 8, No. 28, W. G. Gordener. 11:30, No. 51, Miss Nettie Rogers. 2:30, No. 0, John B. Taylor. Friday, Nov. 25; 8, No. 11, D. B. Rhoads. 11, No. 101, E. K. Shultz. 2, No. 101, Jo. 13 Rogers, Sr. Di.-tric- Job Work A SPECIALTY. IT IS Will t economize In J. D. WILLIAMS. Beaver I) Dam, Ky. to art the lif' A DITTY yon br.t value Tor lour money. rourrnotwnr byparchnilnv Price naked, aa tbouaaada t one ynnrarir nnd Cam-- J. P. Stevens has the following plu- ralities by precints: West Hartford 21, Centertown 30, Smallhouse 10, Rockport 50, Cool Spring 1, Beaver Dam 50, Shreve 5, Ellis G8, Magan 1, Buford 59, Abbieville G. Total, 290. Woodward has the following pluralities: East Hartfoid 14, Cromwell 38, Select 14, Rosine 96, Horse Branch 1G, Sulphur Springs 29, Fordsville 31, Beda 1. Total, 231. Smith's pluralities were: McHenry 20, Bartlett 57. Total, 83. J. P. Stevens' vote 1,657 Wooduaid's vote 1,571 Smith's vote 957 Stevens' plurality 8G We are unable to givo any other vote save that Owen, Montgomery. Cleveland and Rowe, carried the county. The latter by a majority of 133. 44.00JB A Good Word for Fast 5.00r"SJ3.00 4250 Oi?irei.sl3orO SULPHUR SPRINGS. Nov. 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tompkins left Sunday for their home in Owensboro, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Morton. The young peoplo had quite a pleasi ant social Saturday night, at the residence of Mr. Oscar Hines. Miss Leta Rnglaud, of Rosine, spent Monday with Mrs. Maggie Martin. The spelling-mat- ch at the school, house last Friday, was very exciting to tho contestants. It resulted in a sigual victoty for Capi. Bedford Bean. Those on tho other side say it can't bo done again. Mr. Henry Ilardwick, of Hartford, was in our town Monday. Mr. WHIT. Bean, who has been quite ill for some time, is improving, Mr. T. T. Duff visited Horton Saturday aud Sunday. Theochool is progressing nicely, Tho teacher is very proud of the ad vancement made by some of her stu dents. The honor roll for the October examination is as follows: Pearl Renfrew 97, Belle Morton 93, Thero Is no moro virtuo in driving 2.25 Ul.73 slow than in driving fast, any moro than a freight train going ten miles an hour if better than nn express train going fifty. ' Thero is n delusion abroad in tho world that n thing must necessarily bo good nnd Christian if it is slow and dull nnd plodding. Thero aro very good peoplo cEN-ftywho seem to imagino it is humbly THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY. OTJ1KII pious to drivo a spavined, galled, tnetamo blgnHI'Ef'IAI.TIEH In footwear ore of ' 7 grade, ami rtpruent a money value glandered, spriug halted, blind, stag- far beyond tnmpM Bee therlceacharKul. pacta that uamo and price aro on bottom of rhm. gered jade. Thero Is not so much TAKKMI MIIIISTITI'TK. V. OnnoHte City Scales. virtue in a Rosinnnte as thero is in a W. I.. UohiiIun, Jlrucktuu, Milan. Sold by B. DRIVER, Manager. Bucephalus. At tho pneo some peoHOOKER & TABOR, We, do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and plo drivo, Elijah, with his horses of Rosine, Ky. rcpaintwgjdono promptly. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP.f firo, would havo taken thrco weeks to get into henvert. . Wo want swifter horses nnd swifter men nnd swifter enterprises, and tho church of God needs to got off its jog trot. Quick tempests, quick light nings, quick streams, why not quick horsosf In timo of war tho cavalry sorvico does tho most execution, and as tho battles of tho world are probably not all past our Christian pa triotism Urmonds that we bo inter ested in equinal velocity. Wo might as woll havo poorer guns in our arsenals and clumsier ships in our navy yards than other nations as to havo under our cavalry saddles and f before our artillery slower horses. T. Do Witt Talmago in Ladies' Homo I do not believo in slow driving. Itor.es. 2.50 ffiF2.00 jjt W. L DOUGLAS 83 SHOE j"tnr ' wmmlPawb.. IS,' f .- Journal. Wlir He TVaa Sainted. lv - S A . .. Y Now and then American papers have a paragraph to tho effect that Honry James, tho writer, is proud because ho looks like the Prince of Wales. This is wrong. It is tho other .vay about. Tho hauteur of tho prince is duo to the foot that ho knows ho looks like Henry James. Tho othor day Honry Jnmos was passing tho house of parliament when tho soldier on guard prcsonted anna. Mr. James looked about him to see who tho salute was for, but ho noticed thero was nobody near him. After walking on a bit ho turned and passed tho sentry again. Onco moro tho soldior presented arms. Mr James turned to him and said: "Is that taluto meant for mo?" "Yes, your royal highness," 'answered the Boldior. London Cor. De- We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent usually paid to middle men. Our prices art reasonable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, Von 'Virtu X-ik- e. F. A. AMES Owensboro, Ky. & CO: troit FreoPcess. 1 ' ' of all kinds, oKahn's. Martin is tho boss iowelrv A A I A Y w s. Price our Goods and you will buy them. Everything sold under a strict guarantee to be as represented. FAIR BROS. ' Tho young gentlemen of Hartford, Misa Mary Cox went to Louiavillo over nwako to the sooial or. onjoymont rcnni yesterday. of tho fairer sox, have arranged for a jvo dozen ot best Comforts made. A. M. Barnott maden flying trip to granu itoturn Hocoption, givon to at KflWi Central City, .Monday. tho young ladles, nnd it promises to If you wonirfcture frames, call on Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nave Beaver bo n nice affair. Gamos of all kinds Dam, went to Louisvillo Tuesday. V. ILJ)rtfidson. will be playeJ,and refreshments will Dr. Kine and John Greenwood. bo Tradelit Kahn's, if you want goods servod at about 10 o'clock. It Contertown, were in town yesterday. nt your own price. will bo romemborod that last Jan Mrs. E. D. GnfFy and daughter, For JeweJ$ nud Watch repairn, Miss Mercedes, wont to Roaino Tues- uary tho young ladies gave an entertainment and this is to show how go to C,n. Martin. day. S. L. Casebior, of Hartford, spent tho young men npprooiatod thoir Tho besnd cheapest Jewelry reSunday in town. Central City Her- hospitality. Committees havo boon pairer irU. It. Mnrtin. Np-vemb- er ald. appointed, and tho committoo on inJustrjeccived, fivo dozen pairs of C. M. Colo spent Sunday and Mon- vitation has invited tho following gum iwots at Kahn's.' day with his parents nt Sulphur named young ladios nnd gentlemen nnd thoy havo accepted: Bed Front has n lot of ifow crop Springs. Misses Miss Snllie Taylor, accompanied Lizzie Chapozo, Elva Morton, New Orleans molasses for Ale cheap. Ella ncr iamer, a. ravior. to bo us. Cox, Carrie Woerner, Rachie Sn- nGo to cyR. Martin and have your ville Tuesday. i derfur, Flora Ross, Ella Herring, broken Jewelry mndo good as new. Miss Mattie Gill, New Albany, Verda Duko, Anna Bean, Fannio Hoove & Ashley are'the boss gro- - Ind., is visiting friends and relaCasobier, Mary Nail, Stella Thomns, tives at Red Hill. ccrWnen. Call on them for bargains. Mattio Sandorfur, R. B. Whittinghill and H. D. Maggio Nail, not buy your Clothing at Smith, Fordsville wcro in town Wed Katio Coombes, Susie Yoiser, Lula WJur Kahivs? Ho will give you a bar- - nesday and Thursday. Walker, Lida Walker, Jessie Ford, A. F. Stanley was at home the first Hennie Gunthor, Ida Duko, Maggie nt 81 per pair Largo white blankets Blaptiets, flannels, comforts at of tho week. He left for his work at Gunther, Eva Morton, Birdie Nail, (2.75 per pair Best bed blankets (nil wool) Helen Foster, Tula Pondloton, Kabo's for less than you can make Hammon8ville yesterday. 1 72 cents apiece Bed comforts Dr. E. W. Ford and wife.of Fords-- , Nelson, Emma Fair, Sara Collins, at 10c per yard ville, were the Quests of Col. W. H. Ruth Coombes, Lula Johnson, and Extra bed flannel (all wool). DrGoods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Moore and family the first of the week. Messrs. T. 25 ccnU Best twilled red flannel J. Morton, J. A. Smith, J. 25 cents Hats and Caps, at your own price, at Good twilled gray flannel T. L. Baird and family, Kinder- - i J. MoIIonry, M. Bean, J. H. B. Ca- ru's, Fiftyfour-inc- h 30c per yard nook, who havo been visiting relas turkey red table linen tives iu Caneyvillo returned homo 83n, W. M. Fair, O. J. Thomas, Jno. 5 cents Good prints.. Mr. Press Boss has been ill soveral B. Wilson, J. S. R. Wedding, Jno. Saturday. Ten cent bleached cotton at 8$ cents days. He is thought to have pneu T. Mooro, R. E. Lee Siinmorman, S. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Tompkins, Scents moms. Apron check gingham A. Anderson, J. H. White, J. H. who have been visiting at Sulphur 35 cents ljiyardyard white linaey The' fluest overcoats ever brought Springs for the past few weeks, re- Williams, J. R. Williams, R. Foster, 6 cents Best domestic i C. L. Hardwiok, W. F. Schapmire, to Ohio county, at Kahn's, nt your turned to their home in Owensboro, 75c to 82.50 All wool shawls Sunday. t Bob Walker, Randall Collins, John . own price, 82.00 to $15.00 Ladies cloaks Mrs. Wm. Ward, Sr.and her daugh Vaught, S. C. Taylor, Sam Casebier, Mens box-to- o If you want a Bhave shingle or ter, Mrs. Laura McKinney, Km 82.25 boots, wbolo stock Mens plain toe boots, wbolo stock 81.75 shampoo, call on Archie Cain, tho derhook, who have been visiting Gilbert Westerfield, U. S. Carson. friends in Hardin county, returned 13 to 2 Boys plain too boots whole stock 81.25 popular barber. The Louisville Post has this to say home last Saturday. 81.00 Childs plain toe boots, whole stock 11 to 13 fi Boys and children's overcoats. men's The following named Ohio county of our contemplated organization ofja 00 eta Childs psain too boots, whole stock 7 to 10 overcoats, a Kahn's. Come before boys went to Louisville Tuesday evenlodge of Kuight of Pythias: "Hartf25c to 75c per pair all aro noliKout. Childrcns and Misses shoes (best; ing: H. P.Taylor, E.D.Gufly, Dr. A. ord, Ohio county, Ky., Jbas applied 55c to 81 per pair Ladies shoes B. Baird, F. L. Felix, S. A. Andernames Hoovefc Ashley are well prepared son, Dr. J. L. Liles, C. M. Barnett, for a charter with seventy-fiv81.00 to 85.00 Boys nice suits As Hartford is a lively to furnish fireworks and everything Alex Barnett, C. L. Hardwick, J. on the list. 81.50 to 810.00 Boys nico overcoats town the new lodge will no doubt be C. Riley, J. H. Nave, R. J. Danfor the ratification. G. 50 to 820.00 Mens nico suits, all wool iel. a lively one." (8.50 Go to tho Kid Front lor fresh Ten dollar overcoats Trade at the Bazaar. kraut, picklcs,ycabbage, onions, poA Serious Cutting Affray. id lard. tatoes, bacon A serious and probably fatal diffi Prof.AIex Foster, ofLufkin,Tcxas, The Red Fron t carries a complete writes to his brother, Richard, as culty occurred at Hardinsburg, Ky., line of fancy ad staple groceries. follows: "I have very sad news to Monday between Call and get biygains, chronicle. On last Friday, the 4th Tico Jolly and W. W. Vessels, pro It Have ycfo Jewelry to be repaired? inst., at noon just after I had eaten prietor of the Pambleton House. If so, tajfoit to C. R. Martin, perfect my dinner and got back up to my occurred in Vessels' saloon. Jolly, satisfaction guaranteed. college two of the boys fell out and who has always been a Democrat, for one shot the other dead. Shot him personal reasons, would not support Go to thebest house to buy your the ticket for Sheriff. Vessels is a very clothing, tliat will give you a bargain, twice. He came very nearly shooting active politician in the Democratic me as I got to him about tho timo he that is Kahn's house, party, and was talking to Jolly about made the shot." tho county race. Men s overshoes, ladies overshoes, Both parties mifses overshoe, boys overshoes, and Lee Nelson, eon of F. E. Nelson, enraged, Jolly using his knife living East ot town, fell from a tree very effectively on Vessels, stabbing children's ovftuhocs at Kahn's. while gathering nuts in the bottoms him in the face and abdomen. He Ourll.lfJSbo (still lead sin a fine last Sunday and received injuries, was carried to his home, across the Shoe. You Cn ntfiJKT anything half which will likely prove fatal. He and street. He is now resting easy, and so good for the ney. Sara & Me. his two brothers were together, and he thought not fatally cut. Vessels was i ou cau find tho chpefiest lino of concluded to climb a tree to shake the United State Guager under Collector Millinery in towivaVtno Bazaar. nutsdowu, and' alimb, on which ho Cox. Sara & Me. was standing, gave way and he fell to the ground, a distance of about 40 r Try Anderson's Tho following youngpeople spent Shoes, for falbrful winter wear. They aro feet. He was immediately picked up last Saturday in the. woods, gatheraud carried home, and ut last account ing nuts and otherwise all guaranteed. Sara fe Me. enjoying was doing as well as could be expectthemselves: Harry Roberts and Miss Dee French, Lagrange, purchased ed. Ella Cox, Sam Anderson and Miss tho Hill propcityon Mill Street at Elva Morton, Gip Westorfield and public auction lasf Monday for 800. The Mammoth's Excursion. Miss Lula Johnson, Silas Griffin and It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike benefi The great Mammoth Shoe and Childrens suits at Kahn's tfil you Miss Oma Westerfield, W. A. Stew cial to you and your children. Such is Scotts Emulsion can't rest, Get one for your son. Clothing House of Kleimnan & Si art and Miss EIJa Herring, Earnest of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s Bring him to the house ajrff get a fit. monson, Louisville, will give an ex- Tracy and Miss Carrie Woerner. ' cursion to that city. The of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the Leave your orders with Casebier They report a very pleasant time, occasion is the evening matinee of the & Burton for the best of care. children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps SadLillian Russell Opera ICompany, at and the boys are indebted to tho dle horses, or anything iu tho livery the Auditorium in the great play young ladies for a nice dinner that them from taking dold and it will do the same for you business. was prepared. "La Cigale." THE GREAT Bargain Center is Gloves PERSONAL CM A Return Reception. m Anderson's Bazaar. We can save you FAIR BROS, ft CO., Leaders of style, quality and prices in Ohio County. During the month of and December. We arc going to offer rare inducements to those who have not yet bought their Winter Supplies. Read our prices below and see if they are not bargains: MORE MONEY By buying your goods from its than any house in t own Because we sell at a VERY - SMALL - PROFIT And don't take advantage of you in anyway whatever. We have only -- ONE PRICE TO ALL'fc- - We don't mark our goods high, expecting you to force us down' on every article you purchase, but mark them in e PLAIN FIGURES And as low as we can afford to sell them. Don't you think this is the safest house to deal with? Come and see our stock and we can soon convince you that we have the best and cheapest line in town. " i are ffeadpta to lotlpg! be-ca- s.r. d iiMrrnwMirr & CO., Props., '"' -- - Hartford Temple of Fashion. 'T 'TITw ,,i hi - jyl "3 I " "S. - &-- wuapdyoiiE wear-foreve- uuiaren W KmuUioa , PJbSMjs c RTKirm1 'irlCMi'B'l rl"aaiM Beottli CcUm, 0 Frmafeiwmstiaria ekUtraa. A MMtupotetakleaamllk. CXtaaly Ska ceaalae. Prepared bj Boott k Bowne, Obtmtiti, New York. Bold by all wfM AmaMtie eitN 0mck aad Waittaff PUaas . Imftto aa4 all Druggists. Scptft Ekuls. on Tho Crowd thin! Frnitw!! That will attend the sale at Rockport, Ky., Nov. 15, will bo immense. Part of the propety owned by Dr. S. A. Jackson, deceased, will be offered to ' For MHHHIHW' Ward-Robe- s Dressers, pr'aTiythihg in the Suits,Rock-er- ncral Line, see Furniture T. J. MORTON. the highest and best bidder. Consisting of the home place of 175 acres of very rich land, residence 'of eleven rooms, good water, plenty of fruit; a residenco on Main Street; a residence on Beech Hill; a tobacco factory 40x90, 3 stories, new; 2 farms iu Muhlenberg county; hones, mares, colts, hogs, sheep, cattle, an extensive lot of agriculture implements, wagons, buggy, hay, wheat, corn, and a s quantity of other things. Terms: Sums of $5 and under, cash. Stock and agricultural impleHousehold and ments, 12 month. kitchen furniture, 6 and 12 months. Land, houses and lots, one third cash, balance in 1,2 and 3 years. All properly secured. For further particulars, coll on or address Tickets from Beave'r Dam $3.50. Everybody is invited to leave their horses with Casebier & Burton when To RaUty. you come t: Harford to ratify on the The exulting Democracy of Hart 18th, for tho best of attention. ,ford and Ohio county will ratify on Ed and Frank Jones, the former next Friday night, the 18th, and the charged with breach of peace, and the town will be a lurid pandemonium. Tho latter for disturing public worship, May they enjoy,it for we can't. following is the committee appointed are in jail and will be tried yesterday morning: H. P. Taylor, Leslie Duke, oldest son of M. V. J. C. Riley, J. W. Ford, Steve May, Duke, near Sulphur Springs, died Rowan Holbrook, B. D. Ringo and lost Thursday and was buried Friday. W. H. Moore. The RmtUMCAN extends condolence to the bereaved. Teachers' Meeting. The Teachers Association, of Bu-fo- rd A Sunday Scool o f the Christian Magisterial District, will convene Church has been ogaoized in Hart- at Pleasant Ridge, Saturday, Nov. ford. It meets every Sunday after10, in joint discussion with the Danoon at 2 o'clock, in the Presbyterian viess County Association. We hope Church. Lverybody invited. fcv that every teacher in the district will Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman, widow attend, as wo anticipate a grand meetJ, L. Elmore, Pres. of the late Sol' Chapman, of Butler ing. A. P. Taylor, Sec'y. county, and sister of the late Rev. James Auetin, of this county.died last week at the home of her brother, Mr. Thi Twenlieth ShtiBint . Brookes Austin, near Morgantown. to-da- NbTIOE. The undersigned guardian of Martha. Harvy, Gussie and Willie Kelly, will on Saturday, Nov. 19, 1892, at the late residence of H. P. B. Kelly, in Ohio county, .two miles Southwest of Beaver Dam, on the Morgantown road, expose to sale by public out-crto y H J O Ml $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN fint-clM- Is it poillble a Dash Kail, beat Kan, nanuies, Buggy with Silver-plate- d Hub Bands, and Shaft Tips, for above price t ! $65 In Police Judge J. M. Ragland's Court, at Rosine.last Thursday, Oscar N.N fcM.V.R.R. Mrs. Elizadeth Jackson. 13 3t vT"JS?ecutrix. For Heut. Notioe. " JgSBL TRAINS LAVE BEAVKH DAM. TRAINS OOINO WEST. .........12.10 r, . Nt. I, Mull nd Express ..11:30 r. m. 7, Llmetei Express TRAINS OOINO EAST. 1:48 . a. N.I,MI1 and Eiprtst 3:IS a, a No. I, Limited Eipren The best law office in Hartford, apply to John J, MoHeury. tf , H, v . . - All persons knowing themselves" indebted to me are requested to call on M. L. Heavrin, Hartford, and settle the same. Resp'y, L. T. Cox. A good farm containing 212 acres f About olearedjgood improvements; well watered. Lies four miles South of Fordsville on the extension of the Owensboro & Falls of Rough railroad. For terms, call on or address, John J. MoHknry, one-hal- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ' r 11, 18?2. ,i !! For Sale. a... . . ,M For Bale. fine saddle and harness hones. Apply to S. A. Anderson, at the Republican Office. of land, Tuo """ Hartford, A Storehouse and lot in Rosine, known as the Frank Heavrin prop-eit- y. Apply to J. E. Fogla, Ky. For Sale. 8tt x Hartford, Ky. and Outavia Logsdon and Dora and Bettio Renfrow wero tried on a cbargo At the Close ot ItailBeu, June 30, IBM, of keeping a bawdy house, each RESOURCES. fine $100, and on failing to pay the fine were brought to jail on Friday. Bills discounted $59,317.09 Real estate 3,000.00 There are ton inmates in the CounFurniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Here are their names aud Bonds ty Jail. 1,341.67 743.54 charges: Frank Jones, Oscar Logs- Debts in suit don, Dora Renfrow, Annie Renfrow Cash on haud&in other b'ks 40,420.79 nnd Octavia Logsdon, peeping bawi 105,823.09 dy house; H. B. Fergerson, rape; F. LIABILITIES. L. Craycraft, carrying concealed Capital stock $30,000.00 weapons; Dee Alford, carrying con Deposits 70,798.20 cealed weapons; Wes Callahan, strik- Due other Banks 15.05 ing Crit Park; John Guess, carrying Dividend 4 per cl. declared 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes concealed weapons. ,. 3,584.84 Profit and loss Mr. Dav Williams, living in the $105,823.09 Union neighborhood, three miles South of Beaver Dam, died Friday I, S. K. Cox, awear the above to and was buried Saturday in the cembe correct. etery at the latter place. He was an cl. K. Cox, President. excellent man, a devout christian and none knew him but to love him. He Sworn to before mel this June 30, had been afflicted for years, but bore 1892. A.T.Nall, D.C.O.O.O, his affliction with patience. He leaves a wife, two daughters and a dividend of $4,00 A large circle ofriends to mourn his per share was this day declared, payable on and after July 5, 1892. loss. semi-annu- if BIHFI1 Semi-Annn- OF TOE ' the highest and best bidder all the personj"lol Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. estate set forth to al' Aunreis THE SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. U. A. said children by the S. OHIO, CINCINNATI, appraisers of the estate of said Kelly, de ceased, consisting of Another Gar Load horses, cattle, hogs, Of Pure Raw Bone You will do both poultry, wagons and just come in. The yourself and me a fafarm implements, demand for ''Pure vor by calling upon household and kitch- Raw Bone" has me or one of my depenfurniture. Also a a duplicate uties and paying your field of corn; the farm order. Send in your taxes before the six on (Which said Kelly orders for this relia- - per cent, penalty is resided will be rent-ed'f- or ble tried goods. added which will be., x XT v y jf v . v y V.I TAX-PAYER- S! ne-cessitat- ed one year. Terms made known on day of sale. SHELBY TAYLOR, Hooker & Go. Totfn Taxes. Those who have not paid their town taxes are earnestly requested to 1 most make settledo to at once. ment soon and your prompt action in the matter will be appreciated and will save time and trouble. Res'y, W. P. Thomas. to this matter at once and save costs. Yours,- &c, - done the hrst 01 .Nod vember. Please at-ten- Guardian. BEAVER DAM, NOV. S. C. TAYLOR, ' 9'92. Sheriff Ohio Co. MJ.' 1H 'l"l.l I.DJ'Ji-llUIW- Ihirtibrri ;jiniiicj:iii J V INCIDENTAL Ctitrliltir; I ANGLING. In V.'nlt. ttoport 01 DNiiiet Nn.''. pclnuil Ui'i.m. i '' .. I!!'--': I'cir Wlillo Hcvl Itlfj to (lite 'up ii Ctmnri! month eiid-iu- g V ' . ill. II. I rcu with 'a A cr.uj..;.:5n. i ! VeoiiiIoiTul Het.ii Til senirtxe nf Joy In u it y .r.iitual .nui. "Tho meanest trie!: Lintv.vts ever ilayod on me," saiil a St. lyjuiriilrum-me- r who wis trying I ) hoom a conin a versation in the mnolclvg ciil-bsleeper, "was by an ec'io. The little town is on the hide .f the hill and is as sleepy and tminti resting n place us one will find in n yenr'ts jqimiey. I got into the town on ono boiling hot tiny in August about 1 o'clock, and proceeded to rustic? around to get through business nml skip mil. "Tlie town was so infernally lazy looking that I didn't have much confidence in my ability to get business. At tho postoffieo corner an aged and decrepit gray mule, with flapping ears and solemn mien presided over tho sesbion of whittles, who were in pession under tho big sycamores tree. I accosted one of tho group to find out where Josh 'Wilkins. tho principal storekeeper, might bo found, and learned that he was 'tending a burring over in Catnip Holler.' Justar I was about to move away I heard a muflledery of: "Help I helpl' "The whittlers paid no attention, hud the grr.y mule wns giving nil his time to n fly on the end of his noso. "Again 1 heard the distant muffled cry of 'Help! help!' " 'It's n darn shame about that poor nigger,' remniked ono of tho whittlers. " 'Vhat's tho matter with the r' I asked, at the same time looking suspiciously ut tho wooden grated manhole of tho sewer on the corner. " 'Well, yo'i see. it's this way. bt ranger. Bill .St.'.rk's bull pup crawled up the sewer from the crick and got fast, and when the nigger crawled up after him he got fast, too.' " "Great heavens! Why aren't you digging for linns' The poor fellow will die.' " 'Of course he may die, strajiger, but then it's pretty hot today, and ho is only a nigger, anyway.' "'This is inhuman! Come, men, nnd we'll rescue the poor fellow.' "Just tli.-- another cry of 'Help! drove mo nlmost to a frenzy. I gave some change to the lazy colored men and sent them for shovels and picks. They came, and after ditiibutiii;J the implements I went to digging like a crazy man. Presently I looked around t hoc why the ot'icrs we" not helping me. and tlnro was not a houl in sight. I v.n wild with rage. and cried down the manhole to at.: how the man was getting along. Not u word came in answer. Ibaekul oft' a little toitui'Vey this woik, ai.d heard that same muffled sound say " 'Conio off the jierch ! You aiii an old fool!'" "I looked around nnd saw the whole town coming at mo. They were laughing and shouting, and I knew I was the cause of n great joke. They led mo to n barroom and told mo to register in a big look labeled 'Echo Fools.' There were over 5U0 names of people who had been fooled. It was one of thoso whispering echoes where sound is thrown back from tho bluff to one particular spot." Detroit Herald. nig-ger- Tho YouiiKot Dlrkvnn n Hiit-nks-. DickMr. Edward Bulwer-Lyttoens, M. P. for Wilcannia, has perpetrated a really capital joke in tho New South Wales parliament. That body contains a member named Willis, who Ls remarkable not only for the prodigious length of his speeches, but also for the short, snappy sentences in which he delivers them. Mr. Dickens followed him in debate tho other night, and tho first words of the youngest son of tho novelist were: "My father created the historic phraso 'Barkis is willin.' but if ho were hero tonight lie would probably have altered it to 'Willis is barkin.'" This exceedingly felicitous lnt brought down the house, the galleries joining in tho general laugi.-ter- . London Tit-Bit- i , , agitation in his church. Ask him to leave? Givo him n trial for heresy? No, indeed. The richest man in his church invited him to go to Europe. 'llioy are going to raise his salary wnon no gets oacJt, anil Ho is going to give them sermons telling them how much moro ho believes in tho power of tho lovo of tho Lord than tho hato of tho dovil. Tliat congre- iration will oiiiriv n. cliniifn fvnin tor. mous about tho bizoof tho tabernaelo anil other noniloctrnml subjects that minister has felt hiinsjf forced k preach about whilo ho has been growing." Boston Transcript. It llreisinlni. llnw Imiaicu n Minister. "I have liuanl of an orthodox min 'inland ister who was thought to bo a littlo too liberal," raid a man who was not his parishioner, "and there was an 'I i I ! J'.l i'ic .Mmii.I llliifk .SO, I had walked oat upon (ho trunk of :. fallen trco nnd cast r.o as to bo ('iiie I'miMi 0'l Amli'i Mti i' Sf. fallen Inc picture eemlatru.fsiir EXPLANATION.-Th- e nml Ills ihrM ilauslue-rsry one can find the nan's face, hut Itlsiiot slcieyto distiiium the f.irsof the thrra )oung Uelics. dear of it'i entangling twigs, when, Alice Ti.li.y '7'.. Itlitek ill. ' ' e picture was piiblithe.l Iti a few newsjunen Kmie t!m n ;o, nn.l nttnieil considerable attenit m to he.'.ring a m.ceeision of short cneezca, We now olTe r a HOW wire comit-titn In cnnnerihn willi It. A the Hole object i if standard remrditn. fjPz1LLW i TiftS s '.111, iv tolntroduc6our metlicinrs Into new homes, thosculifi rnterrtl the former competition nre inducted mid turning in the direction wheneo Charley l'lnel: !tl). A lux llmNn'i t lo compete In this one. As to the reliihiliiy of " thu Ford Pill Co.," nnd the estimation In 'vhii h their i From I observed u full Kllie Blown OS, Lulu Hudson 8S, kn nui, purons are rcferted to the daily tho sounds U'sued, inlicines are held InToroito, Canada, tvbere Oiej nre Uijwspaperl , wholesale Uru.,Uu cuid leading business houses generally of Toronto. Ulurk nil, X. Inn irrown boy, barefooted nnd coatless, Kdim Hu.ls.'M engaged in fishing from the rock Mattic Pirtle 02, Oetaviu Uliiek ill). F, ledge a short distnneo from me. Tho . ' " A.1'1- - i" I I'taiil- - Mnplp-Jllertert Maplt-- i 111. 1 had reached through thicket point 'asuiMileS warn ." and brier was a wild, unfrequented Owen Fulkcrson 78, George, Pirtloil'J, "Was fjevijp y bend of tho stream, whero no niii of S. 'I'alley .SI). M iu'u'Iv life had been visible, except hero nnd Henry Pirtle ,U,.Ioluiiiie lirmwi 111. '! VjWq thero tho cuick, restless flit of a bhtl I'nri-- t vx?mt io i.iand tho playful antics of a young .lay Daniel 71), Xtuv lakfcs HI. - . ztiWl N7, l)n.!..v squirrel, an he ambled nlong tho zig- Pirtle !):'., Kil.i zag lines of a rail fence on tho dppo-ii'f- j Cliupiiiiiii 1)7. Loirnii IVIix'.ll, Willie bank. I was therefore pleas- Felix 1)2, dun IVix i Ivh antly surprised in having my solir?ow 78, Iliwi Mm tin '.12 TlmMipo ii liiiiek tude broken upon by u human companion so unc:;peeWly near, and de- ill, Bernard Felix, ICI. Uohoit Pirtle o2 1)1. cided to learn to know him. I there- 92, Milton I!lorr I'mitb ?iC l . ifflflw upon accosted him: 83, LnuN Cliupiiiiiii !)D. Willii' liiown lilfsC U(CUl "Good morning, young man!'' I Mell.vM 1)0, UiTU White!)'). N.K.rAIRBANK&CO. ventured. sf. Looisw "Moniin, mister," ho answered 98, Artelia White 1)7, 0 ney Felix 11:5, pleasantly. My i tie White SS Fvv IMuri.i: "Your name isn't Wilkinson, is it?" T'sieliri, & "Isone, it's Brill. I'm Lijo Brill." "Well." I replied, "Brill is a tetter si.nr.i' ,i'.ss:(iti v iiim. hi i..uiiii. uamo than Wilkinson ; at least, it is i'hii ii'nli. Mnl.iir 'iin'l (In' r wora easily bpokon, tecnuso there is i .v , iii l. Un, iHji ii. less of it. How uro they biting your f ' way, Elijah t" ir ' i'ii 'n 'K.i "i .t.'i. J!i h' p riMi GltAN'l) 1XI)I7CI:MRXT5 TO KHADKliS OF "Only middlin peart. I've got a I'llirti I. ll . l m ', '. Vmi (.nrii few bax.1 nnd somo gogglo eyo and n Hi". : two," ho Kiitl, as ho bachelor raised n to' yjthvj string that made mo onviou i raid an.xious to own it for T,J)1K Th rrcrriftfirn cf "Tha Ford Fill Cc si'nl Rue nn eteint pilr cf SilOtlnnd Ponloe tho sako of my l emulation and tho Netillnjn 'onls u. rhll In it tint want bulldlnp me I mud Mans GarrlOgO and Harnoaa, alncd atCCOO, (ileln tied tree inanyp-irt..Ii. HII tike encouragement of our desponding to ine ,iftt verwn who un make out the thne anihhic s fjtes. To the J' s illll.V IIITTKItS. Tlu lgitcn an elegant Ca'ttpnieTwill li('t!f, ttiiisi iuiuns(lv iiitr,ri,iiiiiir 'iioil 4 ..inlmlu. conimir.;arir.t of tho camp; "but," ho Lady O Gold Watch, "'t in sapphires and diani tills, lo the th.i will he cien n pur of Ttln Plinvititi lil s cien n handsome veiiume Diamond tli ii i nl I'.ill" s. T ihemr II tlMkUlpll Dinner nml cimiitrviil'oiilo will 1m. '..x- 'Nl'""',' i" i" "'".' i" i'i" i iif.. chinn continued, "I'm not fishin, mister' SorVlCp, lottie;nnllleKirnn Kodak Climora. Tolhei,n8wl8l MUBlO , Ii;l,ui1 IUMIH;I Mlixilills Box. iothei-M,tin l.'1'i'u't.il iin.t 'liiililis'til licus niid'ili!ii'iisii(".M You seo, pap, ho scut mo to town to French Mantol Clock. 'ioheToihe lttith,a complete ii,i, an Lninp. lothe Hinti, a iuirot CroVVIl Uorby VaSOO. Lawn . .r . . fetch n no; Ljani lor tho plow, and nf I In d.tv its ii'i'i'Mili'd in n .Nlllliiil.il '.Intitiial in nildiiinii to Unit Miltmllc.l y conpetitcr musl cut out the at to TonnlB 8ot, aml riuny other prucs in ordi ret luerit. i t o ii w 'i v r I'll zy lei uro," ilistinijuUh the three pirls' lai.es by marking a cr s ills a lead ;encil on each, . . i l t when I got to tho cattle path as l'ur hiili.is Ii ilioiiMi 'Ir.H- o- -e and enclose nine with is U. .s. their own local iiti; m Ins "lll bf the fid' sirups f r Kemeill: Ilia 11- ,.., , Wtillf ..a I...... UIIHTCtl mty a ...... ', !'iu. ! hjsl- i) ninu ....a or "I'ord'ii winds through tho timber to tho r!a, hi . i urn r... "VonrH l'llo i Irlo IMIIh," nny oneof the nloscCiitavrli j llvim-ily,- AdRress "Tito l'i-ll rert-.Select .s m ilire. It. (i.'itiltie contract "ill1 llio Clulis ll'illtlli. v. .1 it M Feint rmifrli tnn crick, I jest uatehally somehow buitraiklby Sts,, 1 ,, is, Cai ada. 'lhe pervm hoe emehipe Is I'll! Co.," Cor. Wellington . ,i i rwiw.nl r-- Uj. mi rt pptr. ;: pistmarked flrat will lie nuarded the firsl prire. nnd tie cihers In order of merit. As.tlus couldn't past it. and 'lowed pap simultaneously throfj:hi Lt the United fct.iles, esery one his an equal might wait while I dropped n lino in Tothepers.n sendingthe .uenrrect answer Milll-- i pt ennn elecmi UnrlRlit t'oncsTt ! II S. i.mjh: u a cirreu answer tlrnnil rliilio, salucd at !C50II.IIO. 'Int'iey.'-v- i nfnm the i York'VJeekiy'-'Tribuhe- , and lvsted up n spell. TliL is not ono II '.IUT I ill i Iff Hll.lH'lll IVlitl'it h will be giicna Rentleman's fine Guilt 'Snniln" Wat rli, wMi.h strikes the, hours and quarter oil my reg'iar days to fish. Only haphourson small rathedral congat pleasuie, n.id snlucd at UO(I.OO. lothe SHfinJUvm theirr'.a lii!tlllli.liill-ui Ilr. Siiiln-kiss l.nRlisli Sllfcty lllcyclc, pneumatic lire, lothe Ironi the tut, a i pened to be on my way to town in TaihcMrtl fiomthei, asuiteof Trirlnr Fiirnlttirp. To the jiik from the .u. a l.ultt, ii I.i I'lllr, Tl:e lcnd-';- L'nil'arl States, '' P.wMky: Eoir.ethin of a hurry to get that drathandsome Silier Ten Service. To the tht't fiointli4A. an elegant I'liino I.iitn . lo the - nl I,- - r (if llpnr, iiilr,, It , ill In' m It'll Hi i t,ttt, a frinn sittHtk from the fasten hindsome pair of lorlleri"e lo the ctj;litS pieces tbe genuine pentiins ted team for pap, nnd I must bo goin, 'I lb,. Hllllo'.l. l!l, "Ul II- I- k llnlj.. KiiRhsh leather trasellin,; Trunk To the ttinti frm the two cf French wi icli oiiti'.'os its iii iifiVr tliii'. siIoimIi,i jniiriiil. Xioyulitr stilisciiiti,.ii , mil Hill ull.-Htutuury, and many other prizes in order of mciiu I) hir pitl.l.t. It or ma, sho'll" t irico, i 1. 1)11 per iiinlt niK KKI'tiil.K'AX for iil ul.tii-- tlii "I daro say your lather needs it," n p. rm ii olio Near SPKCIAIj PliITZi:S FOIl FiACH STATE. m imii ni'iili ii riti 'liiul.i in in ah' ImhoviK-- I;, I taid, interrupting him. It b l In . h mil h In n llimi.iii t ill-.'Jo, Cttxfi iin.l in i'. A ipectit prire of a Silk Drosi Pattern (lxtfcn Furimlu n!, nny color), cr a ftrttlau .'hint i tec. "Well pap's wnitin for it. Ho ll)lil-- i Sett llitf Mnvlillio (any make iIcmih!) will be c!tn ti the jbst lcron iti each State in the ItlnUII' In I HI.- til- - I. X. Y. Tiilitiiit'. niilnr U. S. uho can make out the tnrre daughters' f.icet. WeMiall give aay illM) vnltiublo prlt' like.i to wait, mister, pap does. lie allTin.r n iii'i uuiiiti-iit jt Is tin.41.00 pci prie., (if there hou!J bo m tin y .nIirj;cTres.t ntuwcr.) No charge Hinatlelorbvimne ' U niiii, V. can't plow till 1 get back, but he'll p.iitM-.it an iiiij i i up nlii h.r Ilartdml Itt'piililii-au- ' " and of prizes. lhen.tmetof llielc.uli ii;t'' wi'itir will l puMWitii Intunnrction u!ih,our . 1. nUcrtistmirnt in Iciilinj; nePivier next n nt'j. K.tr,i ptrmiumA,U-ecicI'm.- tncnly thue who are i in sit around under tho bhadyend of i;n .tiaii , 4 ti i ill.ne ton"sit In iniruducint our miliciius. NutlmiR i chtneil f.r t)ic prir in any way. 'J bey k i' t n uiii.iiir.'. Villi- i. nl.ii. tho tool u'.ied and wait and whittle jniB. arealxolutelygienaway tjintrwlucc a!iJa,!rrtio ' FordV Ir!7i niMntMtIrfttMwhicii areturKi T.iinl... UN M'Kl I rr'If . i.S'.'.LT) I. .1 .. Mmt I arj meiiicinei.aml will be ucJ in ecry family fir yeir. where they hme tern nn e iutriw.in.cJ. All r.r.fl whittle and wait. But I must tutu. ' prizes vtltUawarJcJ urictly in order cfmc it, an 'lite remedies tutitactioti to the Ulll'i. bo gain, mister. Ma, bhe"ll skin mo will be Kent by mail, jjostjatd, and prizes fri-ol' duty fil Qi Vo:i raiKM'.sone s' T"- v whole, I Co reckon. She'o tlio onons i . A WATCH FOK F.VKItY COSItF.CT AXSM'KIt. wants tho beau to get there." s " riuliMTiptiou iiiiijfiejiirn nt an) tiino. J.w'k, iiX. il, T . OijV.s T-- T premium of a cemiin rear1isM Watrli, (ten winder,) wi.l beawardcltnevery "I seo how it is, 'Lijah," I interTliiji is tlio nii.st liiicr.i! c.iiiiliiii.,11,11, rerw.n who sends a correct answer within 3oda)iafierthiaiitrrtiunirntApirarl in cae they should ml posed; "your me. runs the tayern, as f(,.r v,.r enouch to secure one of the hrper pruc. ' mt Is, if any one can find the three face and & in tlio Unilml enclose them within 3) das from the time this advertisement appears in the newpuper, they are it were, .and your pa is the her.d staii-f-, .iiui ciety n....c. i.f I III. J.L.'l I2l.lt 'AX pmranteed either one of the leading pri.tor an rtra premium of a witch on c nditions stated. flionld litlco tidvuntiiu Kiiiiiicrij ii Miim.Hil 'il 'in'lt. waiter." will he noticed thit doc not c mtain 30 cent for one rf Foril'N HriitedU-Noanier - It tit of it at niioti. Atltltova nil order?, m hf hi. (! it ft it hp to lit Address THE FORD PILL CO, " 37.' Ccr. Wellington & Bay Sts., Toronto, Canada. ''That'll tho idee. You'vo got it. r M'Uim n't 1't tllMST ' f. Uthrr mister. May be you know my ma. Idir lr. lliiitti jj) Ko? Well, you ought to call, jest to ".' seo her make him btand 'round and .whe;i roa gd to oVr;ssoRo Iliclirinl Momuh, e'ri's, . Hartford, Kentucky. know his place. A catamount honeyIWM.O.N OWEilSBOIl) NATIONAL SANK Onirr- - r moon has lit up our farm for nigh i llrnw n l.l- lllrmiil iciTTTmr . M.r. Alf.ird riinr on to twenty year. But I must go. 1 i i i llcs.llr--j i.irj "I !ito You haven't got a little tobacco about n .nm III mint k you, 1 recKoiw Uhleegeil to you lit- r . , I. (' Nurnian ' Here, mister, take my string. Ma, . r 'R2a i r. i irei .Ilrnr) Ilnl. I!' , I. r..t I. in Mi.ti. r.... sho uatehally hates water that fisl i nHiiiro ii. I mil it i c rurm swim in; pap, he'll wait till they II itriss. ..K Qoourity llfor Dcacaita Sui-- I'uiiliiTliuinson linn.. iTakntssllaC lest M .t s t J ( uirvla.) spue atoro ho cleans em, and T e?iryikAftLi.T.sliVrwii mr Ailed sV .l.Uliiin la a I'riirlicnl .Tlnrlillie-- , Apprrrlu uaven t got time, uassent tako em roil, Jiiiiiifon ii'ili I'miiiT k del Ii) I'rurlleul lliialnrsia .lien. home, anyway, mister, kase I haven't I '" i 'J ji el - fiiir'l'" 'V'aftfyon know. Only restbeen .Farm(urnklirsl ing up a tpell to givo pap another I'l.n Inml.i null iin.1 ('.t.lilrr.Cotnbluaripo I v' V . k '.i.iii'i lit i,-!li, llti Moinli) in Mn) ultli.CSBi .tin ml Ciiiirt good ehauco to wait." Forest and I ti. I. nl INvLU-riiimil N.tv. tnti, i. Alliuliinsiiit, (1 n o ii .'. For lhe final and .Vrtl Artittic Work, I. IM.itlte JlHilTI . Stream. It r.s ii. ."Hi in. Ii iui, ciesl.t )i,e .m - .u omimiim .iltli',. Alt iriit')., l.t any size or tjlc rreilmra ., betv;een Mcrcli-l- s ii. t'I ii. r ciH tu on lutjurlt. .... C lluhlnk'k lie rk Ilil.-i- , lei A Prize Picture lt Puzzle. . ti,im 1 irtcSi." l.i-le- IV-- ek JW mt e r- .'. OAP w nvjzwa r. V 'II i ll'-ic- teiltoirfe o before' T I CvTTs5 n"-K- -- M',i)ii-ilnil- in PRESIDENTIAL "OAMPAIGN'OF '92. , I I WW ' THE REPUBLICAN liiil ''' . ii-- . iirs-- ltidl-;e- i Ear-rlnn- ttiil,. I 111 - i ln-l- i i a 1 iK.i;-rM.- - lau.-k- . ot s ui:r:i oppr-ttinit- Jew - s s Hllot-KU- ll. g 1. ., rr rtrtii e i .i-.l i..-i , t ) pu-t- ., 1 i .11 .l.l-il- - -. i. l - vi-a- -- -i -' . We i'l.riiish both -7 Physician i., oiirgcon, I 111 -- inr " '''Wl Ani-xtr- ,,! lrli State Directory 1 . (fu-iri- l V .1 ' . lIAinOill) nKPl'HLHN, . C. heo.Gain, mmwjmwxivwm .Asffs; irfCK IVKWsEiSESJ U.S. DEPOSITORY OvensLoro, Ky. ivumMi 275,000. $ of Accounts (' ers a 4th. M ' TV tntkrcl asl l$steif, r t - l ry im-iu- tji37 . Speci- ' ' nlllllll-fl.il- i. r 1 i i I . 4 tj7 M ' j n $ j OM.IIIis-il- V. m"i.'' ' U-.- fe'J r y . IVv. ' , rt 'X . f- -l "3 nil ..j i,,i i :.'.' ' . .1 .11... i m ' f. i , -- . : : 1 in i..f Willi i.',l7; "hi I'llll III llllll'l- - Mini IS inillll. llitrtWlt. till I ii- Mi. ii, llx.s, i, Mn.,, nun llili I'nli uts in II rtll '.!,; : ''"III I iu s' ; , C.'j i ;) . . .A ; on time deposits LAWS3N I7ENO, alty. In (crest yih Solltiilllf) nil mlir In I r...., . . . J r Itarre-t- J F1' I.il'lltol Kelts ltnHnti S t imf'?Zr rir-- .: I kuIi-s- ii.-- 1: i.l.-- . iii..w. ,wmW t.se traiisa, tloei. In ilia-- I llull.riHil. 1 sis. licits vour business Ca.hlar eilltiolisi-nt'- 1st Moiiiliis .1 III C'liijlol IfiiiiHnii s .." I 'p;Il:.t an.l , Ii tnniitli .": sM I ;. ; . 1'i.urt ril, Jul) nii't the .Iril Muintii) Hi tuU-r In Jhiiii srj. unit i'l!7-r- s It III Ir win, uk ll.r.liniiK.1. II. us ut I ii Ins.. 1i.1v - 111M1 tar, ful. k II k,s-ulu'iiewl man nrl a tlilc-will n. Kt.IV wIi.it a , li .eiilsntrliitliiirnii.l nintieT, 1.1 nti- for ILs. If wi..n tlmr nsrr j 111..0UI11H ly and leuei ar If l.l.ft Ss'Att tinlie ..(.. ili Ml i xJ "I Court tnlllllll). ,.-- i tt Lcsisas. Moil-li- In tutnlie-- standah:; Our ,1 1.. . , . Uw i wIliOllwJl. '.-- , at -. l.ilO". Co :..h ; iv. lull i.,iiin.n nliilitl hin ICtll.ll IIHltlttt iiii.nli.ii Wi liiiiL-nml ts..7 fi , V r j. U I tiiliisi l.l ii I'H I " .r- '.M is i 'l.l r i no lii.-- t ihtr, ii- - pi-- r l.l in M iri'li.Jiuu-il iti iiiiolti.tlie rirst, .1. , ii, .mil III MIlll riiiiinir ts t ' mil - .M. ii ill.tltit in i i ii I. lll I It it..,-- hihI (.Mil t.itc i .It'll) V y Y t3 J li (h U:jjaa-mir,i- .1 rt Turner. UlliHIi'), i,.l, I, I'liti"! st.ls.-- . l.l. I. In!ir tPe-tl, .1. iimsruss If. 1,1'. I ..r, I'. 1. tli, IL, IL. Kii.hii, II, 11.11. II. IL, Qi's PI i'i ' . .11 Ph 522MS' '. T 1 1. i.i.ii,iiiii.iilii-- . 'Jul tt.t l il i. O'-i- 'I '. .i.iii'.iif It " ruiilsliiiiriit IIiiuukIi. CURES NOTHING RUT PILES, Tlio reunion of men who had been schoolboys at tho ' 'Gunnery" brought out many stories about tho famous schoolmaster who conducted that institution. Ono of them was about a lud who went off on a bug limit ouo day without pernusJion Ri.tiuiinii after a luckless tramp, he was sum- moned to tho presence of Mr. Gunn. Tho master first examined tho box, and after inspecting tho fivo goixl for nothing specimens if contained, inquired, "Is that all you gotr" "Yes, sir," was tho answer. "Well, that's punishment enough,'' was tho master's judgment. Christian Union. tru-nnt'- b i ' Browning is said to have relished j greatly the story of the experience in HI io-,iooi nn tngnsn irienu, wiio, whilo (staying at ono of tho principal ViCvv uuicis in nun cii.v, was unauie w Si uliiiit, vyt.si.tL t. , .1..1r.r..l nwlti.t ,, j,,ii.l...iiI..i... lltfJUilU nn.--i ' "oises that camo from a room near i 1,J' Calling n boy. tho Englishman p?) wkeil what was the cause of tho dis- - ,i'il( r tvvs3vyi-?-:- . turbance. "Oh, will!" wastlie lad's n y reply, "that is tho Browning club, just reading Browning; sah. That is all, bah." San Francisco Argonaut. iii.twi;i:n n , v 11711--1 I . llhxniWi: iVtv' 'M) j A for rnpsraijnMiiiiiiiii"c.Tiiiiiit"rti. in., .t ions. known for IS years as tho KE3T REMEDY KCR PILES. i'o:: iiisiMi"sr.i SURE and CERTAIN CUR'S Iv wtm NouRpj; 2s toftwyttfiW& Lllullljirl". H" I'.ijii. lVrry ', K I lli ml, i, i, II HTAslnriein i.', II. ( - i. rnit.i-if.il- , I, VliHuUiinl, II, II. I.U-- . llnw,(!,! i ( W M lltl, II, 11'.e".'I,i i U I' .11 I. I". . M I" M lller I'l'llptlilili(.1 I, I. LIGHT, if xJK7vas57 Iiiir, li.mle-1, i I ELEGAJW. nir full "line lit I'eille-e- ' I'eiiii-H- . xtzfc&zzi n m" in .ti. I rem ItlttCTt. l'lirsiclmis rci imiiiiui-- s it. All (lonlcrs !l "' s- I ollic. Gcnilr.in;illucs';llv,rMir,j.Wis trails- innlV uli.I i ru-I.'so Ureissii'H - ill ' iiusiniLL.- -. ruit-ii- tuilrlilll. ... M. UM I Mil . imlvri 'I I' ' Jn.Ue J W r .) liftilil, fyrclltajjinic two's nil wort You can get the llU'lrllll. IUmiui.k-- W tllHl-lll- in r I, Jus, l IV IIoIIIiik, I, llauUIn", Jii.li-- j l''llioinns, I.e., Kl Dili Very Wt-ll-. Friend Well, tho hanging committee accepted your picture. ArtLst-E- hf Wha I haven't sent any picture. My picture. "A I Foggy Morning" was to Ikj sent, but Oli HI lit L'ntlllnrt ISlllilt 1IIIN of AliKtliill.i, "An old frame with a piece of Ul'jlitii.i'id lliiir-ilTho Australian bank bill is printed spoiled canv.;s in it." 'I'nli- - In Chic iifTii !iiftliiiiiiinllii Uilicltilinti i.i.uisvilln "Well, thoy took it anyhow. You on light colored thick paper, which know it's nn impressionist exhibi- shows nono of tho thick fiber marks 5a3torn nnrl Northoastcrn Points Uuinti ltuiii;e and Mcniiliis or geometric lines used in American tion." Now York Weekly. Nuw (Jrlciiiii- Mubilu l.iltlu Kot-- Hot currency as u protection against e;il Tciiiins- in Siiritis-- .inJ counterfeiting. Uoldon Days. Hun Const rk tor llctte-- Tliuu Veal. ft'o Toxic Arhiinti Milniiii The celebrated naturalist, Buck-land- , IiuUitinn and tho Smith ntul Ar.llrli-sldeclares that u boa constricKOUl'IIWK-iT- . "What an inveterato listener Johntor's ilesh is fine eating, anil that its tasto and color could hardly Iks dis- son is!" Tin1 111 n tlinrniiRlil.v i'(iiiiiii(l mill In tinguished from veal. St. Louis Re"Yes. and bo deaf too. At Man(lrt rlu ronilitimi, 'mil provides nn public. hattan beach ho came near drowniirriiitKi'ini'iit in tinin mid tlirnuyli pr ing on account of his curiosity." KI.A1UUK is till! tilliu lllnl I'UllVeMik'lie'O Tho Sultun Olijicts. "Why, how was thatf" tin- J.ltnlti'd li, i'rnitu. Beyond Tangier I boo between "Ho went out too Jar to hear what M V i Mnin' HlliK I'l'twrr Iviiii'vlllu ranges of metalliferous mountains, the wild waves were Haying." Pharml Mi.mti.U, mi d I lie, lin.t nnd iiii'li'l uon who.so blopes hoiils of wild maceutical Era. li.e- - tw ,riiii"i. r i.H'i'r-i- . rill'" homes, enough to Kit up tlio Contirin.i. I.r. il In ipplelnir t.ill .1, l!.Tie.isneir nent with cavalry or tamo cattle for il n 1 it.'i commis-ariat- , .m.iiIni sie'e, se'l- .I...I., ,er could bo raKed, J fl vast alluvial plains, well watered, ".MIrMit.Ieii'l ?sjj. Artl3wYTiflj, at. utterly untouched by industry, yet capable of bearing giain and fruit br,'J.:uck.bt ououjdi to bUpply half Euro'ie Jk&SiiLi s ! WV IIH lllsffli I wheat. ovaiijjiM, lumoni, Indian corn, W D Orguris gticugUiciitxl and eoluifcixl EUnr, gnip't), olives, dates, bananas stopped, l,OHt Hailhoust llinturs-elTtrlcuculc, icak.l)ack,lossoflnc-mor7,(1lrrlni-- . uuil every kind of vegetable. I seo nervousness, ueakness rarcil Ly ll.o 1'e . a great navigable riyer, tho Lclmn, ily Itruioelles. f).00pcrlo. s 1.11)1 tori A nrl'tcn iunrunti-of urn ei down which all this produce might six tmxo. Fe.nd rtnmn for purl' uln-- s ti I1 &T IS THE BEST. bo floated, between Fez and tho i'i'.ns 'ity ::::k.'. jjiim" 800 .Surtli hccoini Mrs I. I'hllii., t i.. for rapid export. Not a steam isum'9iW plow, or a harrow, or a thrashing '",t","C"fa lonMeesM." 1U,1S r" s ,'.0 0 , , ' machino will tho bultnn permit; not ''...' lT ' ' i." ?isiii.In lirnl X. IIuims, ft square foot will ho sell; not a steamer or trading boat may ply ii. a. low:. j:u & co., ' uoii rivors which should bo at once n.umrci.s. Wliiileftilo D.mlci'H, the boundaries of teeming and prosperous provinces and tho arteries of CLEVELAND, 0. Oppositw Sulcr and n. nrClovcrport cosmopolitan commerce Fortnight- j Hi.tol, Clovorp'nrt! sy. o 10 Sujiciiur St. I'u't p.-lti. t l lii-l,- . I'llll.-Iii- lii, MM. I the stupid man made a mistake. "What did he take" LOUSVILLE. and MEMPHIS, lliultli In AIiisKii. ' According to the census made by i WITH by tho Moravian missionaries at PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' Bethel, iu Ahihka, not less than CO per cent, of tho people aro afflicted I'liOM AND TO with chronic disease. Affections of i.oi:isvii.i.i:,.sik'ii'iiin,vh'IsNiuk tho lungs tako one-hal- f liATO.t ll(KJi;.llllll M;W Oltl.KAM', of this no per Sill .1Ifll1llllN, cent., followed by rheumatism, scrofula and heart disease. Two thirds of the children born do not The Quick and Desirable Route live, or rather, do not outlive their TO AND FOM parents. Philadelphia Ledger. N'bw Vnrk I'liiliiili'lplilii Unltltmirn lulls Hartford Hepujjlio '.'i.M .ml. (, Kilkis ltnlil, c I'rixidir, Ju.ljjoi r jllili , D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Molinc, III. Itillll-IlUl- . an and tlie New A lHln-inu-)u,- 'eiuiily Ollle-e-rN- . J U II V Wilson Itoupm Ilrmlley York Tribune one year lor S1.25, cash. Subscribe now. ca for inn ! Contains One. llssiidsrel und Iiilt dclleloiiH Cesiiely clicnply awuy iUk-l!lut Umtf anionic. Tlii lioolt Blvs.ii aud tfuncrul turoes. lie-cl- j 1 I "i nriiiii-- lim'siiiirlrle'iiiirit .1 "Mil ...Jnf ,....J II W Purrotl fi. s.i:3:svs .l. I.'. I'ule'.lMieliir. .iH r- - V Livery ,'taWe. worissirr. Satur-.In- ) '1iii rcli.Siin Hi, "omer-atlilri- l mill ut fourth Sundiiy In innntli HdMnitli-sclin'KiVI"i-siimln) inoniniK. Iter, K. ''.. 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