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JO, B, ROGERS, s r K PiiMii.er, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEM.5JI.25 Fer Annum, la Adunce, 111 $1.25 SUBSCRIBE rou tiii: per year. ML M VOL. V. HARTPOED, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1892. and figure the cost of any articlo weighed by it. On one occasion, whilo confined in the Trenton Penitentiary, he proved his matchless skill in dainty mechanical work by forming a caso for ono cambric needle out of another. Ho tempered the ouc used for tho case, holding tho cap and tho thread-join- t nt the eye could only bo discovered His burglar's it hit a microscope. tools, the finest ever manufactured, wero much sought aftct by burglars of this and other countries. He also invented many new tools for cracksmen. His tools were lighter, stronccr and more highly finished than any others. implements These were nearly all made whilo ho was in prison. They wero carried out by Once he crooks who visited him. finished an uncommonly fine and largo kit of tools for a gang of noto rious New York crooks, but there was so many new tools, which the purchasers had not only never seen before, but did not know how to use, that they accused Kindt of palming off fake implements on them. He was known as Gustavo Kindt, ulias French Frank, alais Frank alias French Gus, alias Isadoro Vearshall, alais The Dutchmau, alias Kindt French, alias Gus Mnrchcllc. came here from Paris about 1858, and nfter robbing the safe of Beckraan, Van Riper & Co,, iu Pearl Street, of house-breakinLo-ro- NO. 18. n A'fcE: ra Ke onsumption That dreaded and dreadful disease! shall stay its ravages? Tlwusands fhat fsay Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take orafula, and all Anaamk) an Waatlnc Dlaaaaaa. Pravants waatinc in ohlltfran. aumm miXk. Xotk. CMC n Hamilton and Toronto, he was caught and accused of robbing n jew-cleshop iu Montreal. Beforo ho was "nabbed" ho had valuable diashipped thirty-sevemonds from Montreal to his daughter iu Now York City. Frenclty was sentenced to a term of thrco years lor the job in Montreal, where ho introduced his lever lock, which has sinco como into general use iu prisions of the Dominion of England. He was rewarded with a pardon after serving soli le nee. a twelvc-uont- h r's WASHINGTON. A Broozy Lottor Prom Tho L itETTE'SilP dote Capital. N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST. LOUIS. as wife 35 the And your work as soojJ as begun, CLAIRETTE soap is tfietfifng tfiat Will do it. Aid king once bouqfif it you never will rue ft. "finish Seoul Emnlilon ours Colda, Consumption, Oau;ha, Scotft BIDAL VEIL. ptred by Stott Bold aairaaa Bowd br aUDni alslon Marks the Opening of tho FALL and WINTER TRADE. Wo offer lor your inspection a SEPTEMBER LARGE - STOCK Of New and Desirable Goods at Viry Reasonable FrioM -- AT TUB- MLDEf RULE IMPORTED STORE, We're married, they pay, and you think you hove won me Well, take this white veil from my head and look on me. Hore's matter to vex you and matter to griovo you, Here's doubt to distrust you and faith to believe you I am all, as you see, common earth, common dewl Be wary and mould me to roses, not ruel Abl shake out Mie filmy thing, fold after fold, And see ii you lmve mo to keep aud to hold-L- ook clo80 on my heart ita sinning Charles Ernest Shobcr has contributed another very quaint dialect story to Fetter's Magazino for December. In his delineation of tho negro, Mr. Shobcr shows an insight into tho nature of his studies, and tho characters portrayed are tho negroes one meets in the South constantly. His dialect has a charming naturalness about it that is refrcshiug to read. Tho old man Si'ence ic tho sketch has aa amusing encounter with "glioses" iu his vain attempts to secure his Christmas dinner at the headwaters of a pond, and is so badly frghtened that ho gives up for some years his favorite occupation of "goin tcr huntin an' 'stroyin' do beoses and au birds outdar in do wood." ARC YOU HADE mixerablo by In.lluotlnn Constipation, PiuineM, loss of Appetite, Yellow Skint Shlloh'a Vituliter is a positive cure Sold by V. Wujne (Jriffln A llro. SUITINGS for yesterday's not yours wiuuing Tho past is not mine I am too proud In fall aud winter novelties. to borrow You must grow to new heights if I love you tomorow. our name on uny I'nckitR ninni married! I'm plighted to hold IEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices We're praises, Winter As the up youryour lect does its hand6,000 Fall turf at ful of daises; Cloaks, Latest Styles, That way lies my honor my path $2.50 to $35 each. way of pride, Co But, mark you, if greener grass grow either side, 238 Fourth Aw, Louisville, Ky. I shall know it, and kcepiug the body with you, Shall walk in my spirit with fct--t on Store tho dew. From-thfashion centres of Europe. AMERICAN FABRICS In new ami beautiful patterns. Judge J. Soulo Smith, editor of 815,000,1)0 fled to Havana andtheuco esto Bazil. In 1803 ho appeared in Fetter's Southern Magizinc, whose see worst of says on various timely topics have atNew York again aud was arrested for It is to-d- ay EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS and C.E. Overstreet & Goli We're married! Oh, pray that our I.Ot'INVII.I.i:,MT. I.OVIM & TKX. It. R. I have lovo do not fail! wings fastened down hidden under my veil! Ltuinill., W1IKHUI.K Si, L:uis Tens iilf ij, .No.M, in nov.i, effect ho.M, Kally. 7. trot. WEST IKU'.MI. Pally. 7 .to hr. Louisville Wait I'.mt I II 7 P- Brandenburg a.m. J7p.m. Irvlnnton te.M ni. s.Sl p. m. tephans ptrt -- . 4p. ni. Clnv.rport ".. UMta.m. ll;ll.m. 1010 p.m. Haw.Mill. lliMa.m. 10.34 p. n. Lewlsport It: tl p. m. Hill p. ra. Owtnthoro 1.04 f. m. 11.54 p. m. potlsvilte l'.tt p. n. It 90 a. m. Ar. Hend.rson " a. m. . in. p. m. p. m. They are subtlo as light you can never undo them, Aud swift in their llight you can never pursue them, Aud spite of all clasping and spite of all bauds, I slip like a shadow, a dream, from your bauds. EA3THOU.NI. Lv. IWnd.rson ipott.vllle Oa.nsiwro Lewlsport Uawrsvitle Clevtrpart f tepasasport Irvlngton Brande ntitirg West feint Ar. Lenlav III - . 12 m. 6.67 p. m, m. .1 p. m. 11 M . m. 7.M p. H:t ft. in. 7.J1 p. m. 1 04 p. m. 04 p. m. l.oo p. m. 1 06 p. ra. 10 01 10 1 . Nay, call mc not cruel, and fear not to tuko me, I am yours for a lifetime to be what you mako me, To wear my white veil for a sign or a cover, No. M, No. St, As you shall bo proven my lord or Daily Pull J. my lover; 7.15 . m. S: Up. m. A cover tor peace that is dead, or a 3 37 p. a. . in. 7.17 token I 27 ft. m. 4.U p. m. iwa.m. Mp. m. Of bliss that can never bo written or t.Wa.m. 4.10 p. m ficc Gary, spoken. . r. MOST INGENIOUS CRIMINAL. makt connection at ftnd Ho. Tiftlm No. Irvlngton (Sunday excepted) with trains on Louis-Till- ., rUrlla.burr A Western It. It., cut and writ bound. Fer further Information, addrtsi Ag'l. n. C, MOKDUK, den. Leulaville, Ky. 51 His Exploits with Delicate Tools of His own Mako. The Vara to Which He Put Hlxlnilf menta and Jliia;iiifluif(Jlaaeft -- HoterM ol Ilia Inen- tlona Vnlnnblc. Arru York r'r 3 Advereixr. Gustavo F. Kindt, inventor, metalr, watchmaker, lurgist, smelter, engineer and linguist, has juet been sentenced to five years im prisonmout for conspiracy and forgery, "Had he honestly followed any of the occupations he was master of," said Supt. Byrne, who knows him well,"he might have been wealthy instead of tho pauper ho is after forty years of crime." Few burglars were as bold as be. Even now, wheu long paBt GO, ho is as resolute in crime as he was a score or more years ago. Mrtela turilot Oeaaamitua U ttrtt sth He is known to cveiy wideawako Vu at i nil rsUsf U aataaatl ttMM. will ate th itallrat tfi.t afttr Ukiw tb detective in the land, aud besides an ky fiftlMt tTtrwatrt, bar Irtt dou. tela tUesWr.UM4l.W. unenviablo record iu Canada, he has "smart" jobs to his discredit in the secret archives of tho Police Bureau of BEWI1HVAUII. 03T W (JCHIKT. He always several European cities. worked alone, This accounts for his frequent escapes from punishment. He once said he had supreme conWO tempt for the stupidity of the cracksUIUITEIC ODC1U men ho know. Though he speaks French, Italian, German, Spauish, Dutch aud Eaglish with a strong French accent, Kindt YEARS OR RomedlM. calls Bohemia his native land. Tho Has lod all Worm That police say ho is a Frenchman, EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. he is proud of bis exploits was proved by au autobiography which was found in his house when he was arrested. He is the iuvenlor of tho lever duplex . ft. ftft.ft ft. A month .an I mad lock, now in use in all the Canadian i7a,gy io iidu.uu n;i n, v.? I'rsM praftrrcdwlioeanrurnlihahorie and glTthir and some of the prisous iu Great hole lime (o the bunn.ai. Hpftr momanai Britain. Kindt also devised a new mar be prontaUi employed alio. Af.w Tacancl.i nickel and and steel alloy twist for C ta town. nd oltlen. B. r. JOHItHOlf imh tad Main it., Richmond, Va. small arms. He invented a clock at. tachmeat, by which a numSer of prisoners might be guarded by ono Many Persons man. Another discovery of this reoTtrwotkorhouaihold Art brokm dawa horn markable crook is an automatic Dlttera ". Browa'a Iroa Mbulldi the iTHem. aid 4lf mUob, ramoTai scales which,at the same time, weighs tto Balatx Uk. and curat DaUrUu gold-beate- minim UlllllUI 20 VERMIEME tracted such universal attention, the robbery referred to.1 Ho escaped eclipses iu the December number all through insufficient evidence. For previous efforts, as his paper on the next two or three years he com His Ernest Renau, the great French philmitted burglaries with impunity. is a tribute from a masterful work was so bold and yet so new in osopher, pen to the genius of this poet iu prose, execution that the unfiled police began in whose recent death tho world lost to believe they would never be able one of its greatest lights. to nab him. m They suspected Kindt, but he was Nil II.OH'SCure will immediately relievo croup cough too adroit to leave a clew to connect whooping(Irlffln A and bronchitis. Sold by Z. Wftvno llro. of the burglaries. His him with any Ho was ever work was clean cut. Report. The following is report of the pucareful to remove all traces of work. He made it a practice to gather up pils io District, No. 2, School month and carry away with him every scrap ending Nov. 25, 1892: Cassio Brown 97, Antha Maples 91, of wood, gluss or iron bit out by his tools. Iu those days it was the rule Artelia White 50, Alex Hudson 98. for thieves to divide their "swag" Frank Maples 91; Herbert Maples 92, Dudley Chapman 100, Myrtie White with the detectives. "Fronchy" nover stood in with 93, Oivou Fulkcrson 90,Gurley Mills This thoy not only 93, Edna Hudson 90, Charley Black tho detectives. lost their sliaro of tho spoils, but 88, Eflio Brown 95, Lesley Talley83, wero tumble to connect Kindt with Thompson Black 88, Louis Chapman tiny of tho robbers. In 1S0S Benton 93, Robeit Smith 90, Ina Black 95, of Maudo Black 76, Fannie Black 97, manufacturing &Mnrywuathor, wero robbed of Paris Pirtlo 99, Mary Likens 100, jewelers, of Newark, goods valued at 10.000. Thoy had Willie Felix 97, Logan Felix 91, no knowledge of their loss until tho Milton Black 97, Robert Pirtlo 98, It Bernard Felix 98, Com Felix 95, safe was opened by the cashier. bad beon gutted and relocked. Only Etta Fulkersou 94, Cora White 96, tho firm and the cashier knew tho Mattio Felix 99, Maggie Black 80, combination. The cashier was abovo Georgio Pirtle 98, Iva Martin 96, The polioo could mako Milton McDowel 99, Alico Tally 83, reproach. nothing of it. Tho Pinkertons, jrho Octavia Black 95, Rosa Martiu 97, wore then employed, fixed the crime Olney Felix 97, Marvin Black 90, Heu'ry Pirtld 90, Johnnie Brown 98, on Kindt, who was oinployod as au This gave Willie Brown 93. assayer by tho concern. Eva Pirtlu, Teacher. him access to both office and works. Ho was paid &100 a week. UILOirNCATAKim Remedy- .- positive He worked in a metal room, with a cure for I'Htarrli, Diphtheria and Sold by Z. Wnino Griffin A Uro. door opening into the counting room. woodHe bored a hole through the A Free Trip to Tho World's Fair, work, and putting a powerful mag and countless other attractive prems nifying glass into the orifice, peered turns, from a doll to a watch, bicycle, through until Jie caught the combinaorgan or rifle, are offered for a little tion of the safe while being locked pleasant work near home, by the pubmid unlocked by tho cashier. One lishers of.WIDE AWAKE. For full night ho returned, unlocked three particulars, free, address W. F. Keldoors with falso keys, .and. by using logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. 16 lm tho combination he so slyly obtained, free with each A NANALINJEt-roi-l opened and after guttiug the goods, I'rleeoO cents relocked it, Next morning ho was at Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin A Uro. work as usual. He was arrested, but Consumption. there was not proof enough to convict CoiiRhluK LendN tothe cough at once, Kemp's B.tlsom stops m him. While in jail he made a com I.nuc'a mnlli'liiPM motra tho bowe promise with tho firm and was releas- every lny. In order to be healthy this Ii necessary. ed. m ft In 1860 he was sentenced to ten FUR DINI'Kl'NIA and Liver Complaint years in Sing Sing for robbing the you have n printed guarantcr on every bottle o iloli's Viluliicr. Sold byZ. Wayne Orlffinillr store ot Wheeler & Parsons in Brook lyn. Two years later be escaped DltU.VKN.VUNH, or the LIQUSR from the prison by sawing the locks 1IAIIIT Cured nt Home In TrnDny by uilmliilMerlus; Dr. Ilnlnen' ou of three doors between him and flolden piped flc. Homado the saws in prisfreedom. It can le given InajjtaMoMH'er.acupofcorTee on, secreting them in a tooth which or tea, or iu load, wlllimit tho knowledge of tho patient. It is absolutely harmless, and will affect ho had deliberately hollowed out far a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patortient isa modcreriuedrlnkerornn alcohol la wreck. tho purpose. Tho It has been given in a thousand cases, and in evture sent him to tho prison hospital, ery case a perfect cure lias followed, lt never officials of tho falls. Tho sjntcm once Impregnated with the though the prison Koclfie, It becomes n utter Impossibility for never suspected tho cause liquor appetite to exist. Cures gnarntecd, the 48 of his ailment. page book of particulars free, Address the GOLDHe remained at liberty until Oct. EN NPKGiriti CO. W HACK Ntreet Cincinnati!, Ohio, 1872, when ho was arrested for robbing a jeweler's shop iu Hackensack. WHY WII.I. Y4)U couijh when tililloli'a Cue fricelOcts., In this job ho in less than two hours will give Immediate relief.Griffin A l)ro. 60 cts nd It. Sold by Z. Wa no cut tho side out of the safe, from which ho took out 85500. Kindt was sent or do you DO YOU WANT TO MAURY, and ladies social letters from gontlemen back to Sing Sing to servo out his ofculture and means from all over the country? unexpired term for tho Brooklyn job. ilso,Ju,tsend ono ten cents nnd rccclvtft copy of Thero he devoted the most of his tho elegint matrimonial paper called Oumi IlLofiom. which will allord you more healthful spare timo to tho development of tho enjoyment than j ou have had for many a day; each duplex lover lock, by which a single number contains hundreds of letters from young and gentlemen wanting correspondents from key could unlock all or any part of ladles of tho opposite uxi if there is a man or those tho cell doors ot a prison. Ho offered woman who has not found hit or her affinity Address Ottvgi the lock to the prisou authorities on here's the golden opportunity. street, Iloston, Lossoas, room IS, in llojlaton ho should go free. The Mais. 38 ly. condition that proposition was laid before Gov. Til- den, who rejected it. Iu 1875 ho THE REV. 41EO.ll. Til AY ER, of Bourbon Ind.,says: "Iloth myself and wife owe our llvt again escaped. This time ho sawed ttoKUIMfll'H CONNVM1TION CURE. out of bis cell and scaled tho wall by Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin A Uro. whero tc placo tho responsibility for nieansof a striug of loops of wire frngran the additional burdens soon to bo "IIACKXETACK," a lasting and drawn by himself. He fled to Canada, perfume. Price !U and 60 cent Bo'd by Z. ayne Orlfflu A lire. placed upou (heir ihouLers, where, after committing burglaries "ses-sioCancer-Moutcx-Go- v. al ted Pen-itenitia- ry If the number of remedies suggestwould-bphysicians indicate tho condition of tho patient the poor old Democratic party is certainly in au nlarming condition, voting it the power to carry tho "reforms" of which So far the it has so glibly talked. number of suggestions concerning what the Democrats ought to do does not djiler widely from tbo number of Democratic Senators and Representatives, who have come to Washington since tho election, and the oldest thiug about these suggestions is that no two of them entirely agree as to the program which should bo followed by the new administration and Congress, which indicates in ndvanco the harmonious working of the new deal. A few of tho most striking of the suggestions are worth enumerating us specimens of statesmanship from a Democratic point of view. Cable, who wants a Cabinet position, and who claims the exclusive credit for having swung Illinois into the Democrat column, thinks the proper thing to do is to begin by issuing a new loan of a hundred or two millions aud charge it up to the "Re Congresspublican extravagance." man Catch ings, who is close to Speaker Crisp, says the first thing ought to be done at the extra session Democratic feeling in favor of au extra session is rapidly growing here is to repeal the McKinley Tariff law, which would restore the Tariff law of 1883, sugar clause and all, and add fifty or sixty million dollars to the annual receipts of the government. Mr.Catch-in- gs forgot to add that it would also add much more, through the raise in the price in sugar, to the expenses of the twelve millions or more families Representative Byram, in America. of- - Indiana, says there is no danger that tho tariff" will be so low as to injure anybody wonder if Bynum really knows? and that a new Tariff schedule could be prepared iu a month, and should become a law before May, but not to go into effect until one year nfterwards. Senator Vest evidently distrusts bis n party, for he thinks tho coming of Congress ought to provide for the financial necessities of the government and not leave it for tho party, which has just been voted into control of the government. Mr. Vest's opinion is very flattering testimony to the financial experience and statcman-shi- p of the Republican Senate, but all the same no Republican hands will pull thoso Democratic chesnuts out of the fire. Senator Cockrell says his party must tackle the Tariff at once, or be accused of deceiving the people, and thnt it will be just as ready to do it iu Apnl-a- a in DecemInter-Stat- o Commerco Comber. missioner, Morrison, who earned the name of "Morizontal Bill" by preparing tho first Democratic Tariff" "reform" bill, in tho House some years ago, says that Congress must deal with the Tariff on broad and complete lines, or forfeit the confidence of tho people. Congressman Wike, of Illinois, who introduced at tho last session a bill providing for a graduated income tax, modeled up tho English law, says tho passage of that bill will solve the problem as to revenue for tho new administration, aud proposes trying to get it throught at this session of Congress. It will, how ever, be but a waste of time, as the Bepublican Seuato would never in timo of peace agreo to such a bill. The claim that Mr. Cleveland made uo promises previous to his election is being knocked by Democratic testiA Democratic Congressman, mony. now in Washington, says Gray, of Indiana, told him that he held Mr.Clevelaud's promise to mako him his Postmaster-Generif the Democrats carried Indiana. Secretary Foster is becoming a lit tle tired of the continuous revival of old story about the that thrcad-bar- o Treasury of the United States beiug on tho verge of bankruptcy, etc. He has stated time after timo, and reiterates that tho U. S. Treasury will meet every legitimate obligation that will maturo during tho term of the presBeyond that ho ent administration. does not think ithisproviuco to speak. The Democrats are trying to renow this scare, iu order to shield themselves when the real deficit, made by their recent victory, comes during tho next fiscal year. Had Mr. Harrison been ro elected thero would have beeu no falliug ofl'iu custom's duties and no deficit, because thero would tbeu have beeu uo fear of up setting business by Democratic Tariff Tho people' will know tinkering. without any Democratic assistance ed by o Ifyonwishto mate m 4H -- . Superintendent's Visits. N UMI1ER NINETS.E.V. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Monday, Nov. 22. A. H. Ross, ATTORNEY AT LAW, teacher. Pupils enrolled Cenius ReKENTUCKY. HARTFORD, port, 55; pupils enrolled in school, 41; pupils present, 29. Four pupils J. S. ft, WIDDIilH. Jil.f.OLtNN. romoved from district. Trustees, R. GHenn. 6s "'WT'ed.dlzigr, J. Fulkerson, J, E. Fulkerson. Visitors, J. A. Brown, E. W. Fulkerson, HARTFORD, KY. ToH. B. Brown, J. A. Fulkerson. (Office, over Anderson's llama'.) tal, G. A new houso will be built Wilt practice their profosslonlu nil the courts o Ohio and adjoialng counties, and court of Appeals next year. Special attention given to criminal practice and T. 22d.-wi- n IScwe - - JUniLER. collections, T2n22ly No. 99; 1. P. Sumner, teacher. Pupils enrolled iu Census Report, 52; pupils enrolled in school, 22; pupils present, 22. Visitor?, Ed. Williams, Columbus Taylor, Williams and wife. Total, 4. This was the first day of tho school; no improvements in echoolhouse. NUMitnu EIGHT. Tames .A.. Smitli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoin- ing counties, and the court cf Appeals, bpecia attention given to collections. vJ Tlr Office north side public square. E. D. GUFFV. O-tiffs- No. 70; Miss Mollie Allen, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 24; pupils enrolled iu school, 11; pupils present, 11. Visitors, Silas Taylor, W. M. Brown, L. Campfield; Mrs. Cora Campfield, Mrs. Cyntha Camp-fiel- d, Mrs. S. M. Campfield. ' This was tho first day of school. A new house is to be built next year. OAKLAND. r Sz Attorneys at Law. Will practice In all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office, No. :ii') E. Market stIIartrord, Ky. Eingo, B. D. KINGO. Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tuesday. Nov. 22. No. 84; J. L. Taylor, teacher. Pupils enrolled iu Census Report, 33; pupils eurolled in school, 33; pupils present, 21. Visitor, A. B. Stanley. Au out-fi- t of desks is very badly needed. TAYLOItiOWU. No. 22; S. M. Taylor, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 67; pupils enrolled iu school, 03; pupils, present, 25. A new stove has .been purchased since lost year. 8IIULTZTOWN. (Office in Crowder Building.) Will practice his profession In all the eonrtt ot A I o Notary Ohio and adjoining counties. Rosine, l5Ly. IMI. JJm Kuea"VTiii, ATTORNEY Attorney at Law, Public T2nly No. 85; Miss Ella Walker, teacher. Pupils eurolled iu Census Report, 42; pupils enrolled iu school, 33; pupils present, 23. Visitor, Miss Hettie Hhultz. Tho bouse needs repairing and furnishing with new desks. CROMWELL. Will practice his profession In all the Courts t Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention elven to collection. Office, over Williams, Bell 4 CoV drugstore. Hartford, Ky. AT LAW, Wednesday, Nov. 23. No. 79; Miss Eflio Kahn, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, 87; pupils enrolled in school, 73; pupils present, Visitors, Mrs. Leach, Mrs." 43. Faught, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Borah, Mrs. Kahn Miss Wilson; Messrs. J. Coleman, P. Gillatrap and N. J. Tho houso has Daniel. Total, 9. been newly plastered, tho seats painted aud the windows and doors re-- , painted. Jo. B. Roanits, Supt. i. a wm DENTIST. t OFFICE OVERBED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds ot Dontal work at reasonable prices. Mr. Howolls' Future Flans. Mr. Howell will not, during 1893, his literary work to any single periodical, it may bo authoritac Ul t tively announced that ho has entered into a contract with tho The Ladies' Home Jonrnal whereby bis most important work will, for so mo time to come, first see print in that magazine. ,TaMlaaaJaaYsaaa afc A His new novel, "The Coust of Bohe iSSSaVaKBVaW iu the Christmas issue of mia," begins the Journal, and immediately upon its close Mr. Howells will begin iu the magazino a series of editorial autobiographical papers, in which ho will THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW ANO MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. trace influences which led him to a My doctor says ft acts on the stomaen, liver e pleasant literary life, his courso of reading aud anil kidneys, and isana Uetntijlaiatlv.. Tbts drink Is made from aerbs. prepared for tue at ouUjr at tea. lIUcaJlM Tho his favorite authors and books, articles will practically tell the story All drug Kliti cell It at 60c. and 91X0 a racfcsco. If u cannot ift U.tend rour aUUreia for free aiujivK of tho famous novelist's life, aud Mfdlrlna nTa tb bwiUt-iaan'i IT nil WriMlthy.tblninttr.Mftrr. AMn . Inorderto promise to possess in a raro degree 47 OUATOLl r.WOOD.VAUD. LtUO i. that attractive interest which nlwajs attaches itself to the life of a successful man when told by himself. Howells had his early struggles; his resources wero few, and these ho will traco among other things in these ar tides, describing, too, how ho raasi tcred four different languages to ac nrmL'i-;e- ' quaint himself with tho literaturo of tho country most attractive to him. confino s tJ MHE'SMEDICINE '.. llLsir Commercial Hotel, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R . Has just been repaired and nowly furnished. Located closo to Depot. first-clan- SHE wh IS THE BEST. ksji-"-- Hie, 'ki " "lNW"!r10r' anisrs !. BY! .mi'sunm. uur- - Agents Wanted! II. A. LOZEIER&CO., Wholesale- Doalers, CLEVELAND, O. 340 Superior St. Uonfll.tnl'Blial.lffcU at 111. Newspapar Ad'Wiiaunar Atnairv ui .sn iNUourauttomMt Good meals or s lunch Give it a trial. Hartford Republican rUBLISHKD KVEHY FIUDAY MORNING. Killtor Mill Proprietor. JO. B. I B. TV ROUF.KH, FRIDAY, DCEEMBER2, l' i'T " 'i 1892. i. ,,'.', Caneyvili.e Sunday. lintl n $30,000 flro last Cleveland's plurality is 40,004. in tlio Stale Kentucky's Democratic majority is fast fading nwaj. Democrats, Motto of "corao early and avoid the rush." office-deckin- lees votes cast m Kentucky at the last election than there were four years ago. There were 4,000 Tnn Democrats will have full control after March 4th the first time inco the administration of Buchanan. study up and agree as to what they will do when Congress meets a year hence. Why should they have such n conference? Havn't they had 32 years already to think these matters over? We honestly believe this wliolo set of "calamity howlers" intend to do exactly what they have been doing for the last quarter of a century, that is they will do nothing better than en. dorso tho great laws enacted by tho present administration. If they pass a new Tariff law they will either bankrupt or flood the Treasury, thoy don't know which, but m either instnnco will produce such a panic as this country never experienced. It Democracy is going to relievo this suffering Nation, why not relieve us nt once? Tho Nation demands relief and cannot see why it should be put off eighteen months, when the party in power can attend to it next March,. For goodness sake havo the extra session, aod give us the better times promised. $3,500. Other losors aro Eskridyo Porter, T. J. Lively nnd Cartor & Bond. Another such a firo as this would almost wipe- out tho business part of Canoyvillc. Harnod Bros, lost a stock of goods and a livery stnblo by firo in North Canoyvillo about eighteen months ago and a littlo morotluui a year ago ongngod in business in South Can. oyvillo with Hardin Wilson, of Louis-vill- o, as partners, sinco which time thoy liavo dono a largo business. Thoir insuranco money will onablo them to opon business again. & - tho Physiology class overy Monday aftonuon aro both interesting and profitable. This is a fine class and is in ohurgo of Prof. .1. W. Lytlo. Tho Thanksgiving exercises nt tho Collogo lastThursday morning yo wero vory intorosting nnd woro by all. Tho exorcises consisted of short talks nnd music. Tho speak jrs of tho morning woro, Dr. Alexander, Profs. O.M. Shult, J.W. Lytlo, II. Foster, Messr. L. it, IJiir-no- tt, J. R. MoAfeo, It. E. L. J. H. Barnes nnd P. I.. on-jo1 Sim-merm- an, Berkshire Miss Eva Morton attendee! General Exorcises Monday morning. Misses Ida and Vorda Duko woro at Exorfcises Tuesday morning. Mr. 1). F. Roll, who went homo bocause of sickness has locovored and returned nnd resumed his studies. Mr. Swan, who has beon vory ill for somo timo, we nro sorry to say, is no bettor. Dr. Alexander's Arithmetic and Grammar classes nieot Saturday morning to review tho work of tho past week. Theso aro two fino classes and thoy are doing excellent work. Dr. Alexander still has charms of tho spoiling class and it is as intorosting us over. Tho Socielios nro hooininr. Tho numerous call meetings thoy Ime been having nro quite suspicion. We do not know what to expect from thoiu in tho noar futtiro. Jo. Miller, of the Primary department, who has beon sick for somo timo is able to lie iu school again. Messrs Leo Slovens, Tallapoosa, Ga., and R. Collins, city, attondel General X. Thursday morning. Winter Evening's Club. The nbovo named club met nt the residence of J. A. Thomas last Tuesday evening nnd was hnudsoincly entertained by Mr. O. J. Thomas and sister, Miss Stella. Progressive Cinque was played until a late hour nnd every one seemed to enjoy tho oc- casion hugely. For the best player, Miss Ida Duke, received the prize, and Miss Emma Fair tho booby. T.J.Morton receiving tho prize for the best gentleman player and Jno. T Moore The following is a list of the booby. Misses Mattie those who attended: Sanderfur, Jessse Ford, Tula Pendleton, Emma Fair, Ida Duke, Helen Foster, Stella Thomas; Messrs. Jno. J. McIIenry, W. M. Fair, Lee Stevens, T. J. Morton, Marvin Beau, O. J. Thomas, Jno. T. Moore. Is called to the fact that our lines have been for the WINTER SEASON, which is now on hand, and knowing that the people want something NEW and strictly suitable for tho season, we have given special attention to this matter. KE-STOCKE- 1 Ths Twentieth -- Scoi-Ann- ul St&tement OF THE- - M Al I OK T il llimliirim, no, i sua, v June D hi1 loii- - RESOURCES. 850,317.09 Rills discounted 3,000.00 Real estate Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 1,341.G7 Bonds Debts in suit Cash on hamhv.ni other b'ks 40,120.70 8105,823.09 LIABILITIES. $30,000.00 Capital stock 70,708.20 Deposits Due other Banks 15.05 Dividend 4 per cl.dcclared 1,200.00 225.00 Fund to pay taxes 3,581.84 I'rofit and loss comeTnInd look at OUR CLOAKS OUR OVERCOATS Which arc the latest Have gone far and and most fashionable. wide. We have been ,,... 8105,823.09 I, S. K. Cox, be correct. cf. swear the nbovo to It will no doubt bo interesting to our many readers to know exactly rison,died in where "stands old Kentucky." For morning. tho benefit of all wo give tho vote at The official returns from the State tho recent election, and also the vote of Ohio shows that out of 801,000 of 1888, vhich are as follows: votes casts the Republicans have a Cleveland 173,424 majority of 973. Hnrrison 133,420 Weaver 23,503 Cleveland is said to have a con- Bidwell 0,383 tempt for "that's grati8100 Reward 100 Cleveland's Plurality 40,004 tude over the left.'' It hasn't been The readers of this paper will be Majority 10,116 very long since he was one himself. Cleveland.s pleased to learn that there is at least vote of 1888. one dreaded disease that science has The wide.awako citizens of our Cleveland 183,800 been able to cure in nil its stages, neighboring little city, Beaver Dam, Harrison 153,134 nnd that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Union Labor C22 Cure is tho are considering the propriety of esonly positive cure known tablishing a graded school. Beaver Prohibition 5,244 to the medic.il fraternity. Catarrh Dam is abundantly able to sustain being a constitutional disease, requires Cleveland's Plurality 28.GG6 m m such a school and it will perhaps be a Hall's Cleveland's Majority 22,000 a constitutional treatment. For Sale. reality within a year. Catarrh cure is taken internally, noA good farm containing 212 acres From these figures it can plainly be ting directly upon the blood and of land. About clearcdjgood The initial nuraberof Washington's seen that the great Democratic major mucous surfaces of tho system, there- improvements; well watered. Lies illustrated Magazino and Literary ity that Kentucky formerly rolled up by destroying the foundation of the four miles South of Fordsville on tho Treasury will appear in January. It is fast vanishing from view. Thiuk disease, ami giving the patient strength extension of the Owcnsboro & Falls of promised to take rank among the of it. Where is the thirty, forty and by building up the constitution and Rough railroad. For terms, call on or great magazines of the country from fifty thousand Democratic majority assisting nature iu doing its work. address, John J. McHeniiy, the very first, and in fact from its con- old Kentucky rolled up against all The proprietors have so much faith 8 tt Hartford, Ky. tents and its able corpse of contribu corners in the years gone by? It has in its curative powers, that they ofler tors it merits the highest success. It simply dwindled down to 22,000 iu ouo hundred dollars for any case that Saturday, the 3d Decemwill be essentually a home magazine 1888 nnd on down to 10.11G this year, ber, is Bargain Bay it fails to cure. Send for list of tesand deserves a wide circulation, and with our secret ballot system this Kahn's Trade ld-ac- e. Cheney& Co., timonials. Address, F.J. small majority is sure to disappear iu Toledo, Ohio. MEETS ALL DAILY "ElAs soon ns a lady has political as- our next election. If the DemocraLadies cloaks, pick and choice for 1 m fr Sold by all druggists. piration or becomes a candidate for cy can gain any consolation from 1-5.50, worths 10 to $15. othoffice, unlets this lady be of Democratic above figures and facts they arc welChildren's cloaks, pick and choice for ROSINE. lemiasion, so mo insignificant Demo- come to them. $5.25, worth SO to S10. Nov. 20. Miss Ida Ragland is cratic sheot is sure to try to make her Men's overcoats all styles from SI1.50 visiting Miss Hoover at Olaton. Ye OfflcoSookers. appear very much out of her element to S15. TO ALL. Miss Lucy Townsend, Sulpher . Madisonville Huttler,' or to besmirch and belittle her by Springs, nnd her si"ter, Mrs. Wed- Men's suits nil style from 815.50 to Grover has hinted that he will not ridicule or otherwise. In this line 25. ding, visited here last Saturday. tho Herald is keeping up its reputa-tio- n look kindly upon the men who Boys overcoats all style" from SI to Jobu Cone and Jo, McDauiel, and this week, becauso Mrs. aro too nuxious to hold office and inti- Louisville, S10. were in town lust week. us. &c. mates that the early caller will be Lease announces herself as a candiRev. J. Davis filled his regular ap. Boys suits all ctyles $1 to 5, nnd ALIKE. date for the Senate, it refers to her as likely to get left. Iu that event it pointment here last Saturday after- even more articles, at your own will bo difficult to fill tho place, as "Old Sister Lease," "Short-haire- d prices. Don't fail to come. noon, al the Schoolhouse. that nearly all have applied for something. female," etc. It even insinuates SPECIAL ATTENTION J. M. Ragland, Bro. Taylor, J.W. Notice all is not right by saying, "The gyraLewis and Mia Ginderillu Whitting-lii- ll C'ymbelino Stirred UP. All persons knowing themselves tions of such specimens as Weaver Given to the Traveling are the applicants for the indebted to me aro requested to call Haitctord, Kt., Nov. 30. and this short hnirecUfemale, on M. L. Henvrio, Hartford, nnd at this place. Iu answer to the little Public. ought to disgust every decent man, Retp y, gimlet-nose- d, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. R. Wed- sottlo the same. whopper-jawe- d, who has any regard for respectable LTT. Cox. ding opened their lintel last Thanksknock-kneepolitics and parties." What does it bander-shankeUs. .ffotv giving evening, by giving the young -- CSDCES TilE FINEST AND CIIEAPESTS- 3Cymbe-lin- e. squint-eye- d mean? For Sale. tlMl The Typo erred, (simpleton.) it people a delightful dance. A Storehouse and lot iu Rosino, LSQB7 doors were thrown 8 tho Frank JC should be, in. propWXftwHi-- . IW" r i r If you havn't read lngeisoll's Po- ent form the would-b- e correspond- and the rooms wereopen at p. dec- known as Apply to Heavrin Fogle, nmvittnmm J. E. erty. beautifully Centertown, I will say that etic Phantasy in nnother column you in bis concluding remarks said that orated. It was n brilliant success Hartford, Ky. should do so; it is more than worth nnd n large number of visitors were 7. P ntkian, lTfi. Jju. II. Htiwi, Horse-shoein- g of a One cannot read those my attempt had brought forth noththe time. We exteud our thanks to ing; we agree with him without fur- present. rich, beautiful sentences, however, Of tho Condition of tho Mr. aud Mrs. Wedding for the pleasis without wondering why it is a mau, ther debate, a he the only one that evening. I have brought forth; thanks to you. ant Bitteii Sweet. who is such a master of fine language I will further say to you, simpleton, and so well acquainted with human A Bargain. that I see from the tone of your nature, can live ut such persistent en" I now have for sale two fiue bloodsquib that some ono is seeking an ap How different the mity with God. pointment under Grover-elect- , and ed race horses. One of them is Tom sentiment nnd how different this prose At tho Close of Business for fear you will be left out.nnd there Nichols, tho celebrated thoroughpoetry from the ludicrous composition October 8, 1892. is only one more place to fill, I havo bred stallion, and the other is Ron and the blatant infidelity contained in Fune, a thoroughbred race horse,both recommended you. Hero it is: first-clas- s RESOURCES. the would-beulogy in our last week's of national reputation. Roth horses Notes and Rill? 5 8 17,271.17 1 Washington, D. C, 1892. G3fr-77-&snLSlissue. In this letter the Christian nrc sure foal getters and can show ns Real Estate 3,000.00 Giiovkk-Elec- t: knowing it is may see tho pent up feelings of the fine n lot of colts ns was ever seen Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 who spurns important that my party wash nnd get anywhere. These horses must nnd Expenses. unfortunate creature, 1,515.07 Free-TradSoap facChristianity and in thus seeing may clean I erect a will be sold nt a bargain, so if you Cash on Hand and in other Ranks 39,272.98 be better encouraged to exert his best tory at Centertown, nnd throught the waut to buy, do so nt once. Cnll on of Jay Hawker effort to spread the religion of Christ recommendation or nddress me nt Beaver Dam, Ky. $92,589.22 over the earth. In the former he sees James, of Hartford, Ky., I appoint 17 tf Hohace Haiine. LIABILITIES. my fellow idiot, Cymbeline, of Cenbeautiful sentiments, beautifully exCapital Stock $25,000.00 pressed and that too by him who is tertown, to chaw grease for same. Superintendent's Appoint- Due Banks 20.00 Signed, O. K.: i "vax-Christianity's greatest living opposer, t rz t i i ment?. Interest and Exchange .... 3,748.59 Jat IIawkeu James. who doubtless sees and knows and Reserve 8G2.31 MONDAY, DEC. 5. Surplus Fund feels the truth, but who from pride or 2,250.00 S:00j No. 37 Miss Cova AnderSo Bo It. Deposit Account 00,708.32 ormoney or love of notoriety refuses to son. Globt'Demwrat.' nccept it, 11:30; No. 77 D.E.Ward. 892,589.22 One of the lamentable results of the 2:30; No.4 1 Mrs. Mollio Storms In submitting tins wo beg to state election is the fact that helpless nnd THAT EXTRA SESSION. TUL'SDAV, 0. that our business has steadily grown Onpoeito City Scales. tB. DRIVER, Manager. As the Democracy will have full innocent babies will again begin to be each month since our opening, nnd 8:00; No. 02 W. O. Gray. We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and named for Cleveland, thus verifyiuu control of the Government after the by the most careful, watchfulness nnd 11:30; No. 39 J.W. Potty. a strict observance ofthe principles of rcpaintmg'.douo promptly. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. 1th of next March, if of the the scriptural maxim that the sins of 2:30; No. 112 Lodford Truman. the most conservative Banking, we assertions they made during the past parents aro visited upon their chilhope not only to extend our acquaint WEDNESDAY, 7. campaign about tho "Robber Barons" dren. 8:00; No. 31 Miss Mollio Tun-sta- ll. ance, but to prove ourselves worthy tho starving workingraen, the oppressthe confidence that is being so liberalFor Rent. ed farmer and over-taxly reposed in us. poor man Tho best law office in Hartford, apU;30; No. 102 Miss Maggie Wo are hero to accommodate tho are true, they owe to this great conpeople, each and every business, tf Johnson. gregation of suffering humanity relief ply to John J. McIIenry. 2:30; No.35 Miss Essio Davisson. courtesy shall be extended to them, at the earliest possible moment, therebut in no case shall safety bo sacri Dr. Fenner's Salt Rheum Ointment THURSDAY, 8. fore, they should call an extra session ficed for friendship or to obtain bus 8:00; No. 73- -F. M. Potty. of Congress immediately nfter tho in- is the "grandest medicine ever made iness. John H.Barnes, Cashier. For all skin eruptions. 11:00; No. o- -G. W. Millor. auguration of Cleveland and give us by man." 2:00; No. 00 Miss Annio Allon. this relief quickly. Tho Republican Warranted to satisfy or money re For sale by L. B. Bean. turned. Will speak at Salem at night. party is as anxious for this extra ses15 4t FRIDAY, 0. sion as any Democrat can be, for if 8:00; No. 10S -- W. T. Sandors. fathere is anything better to bo had by Canoyville's Firo. 1 :00; No. 23 Mr. Byers. our government being under DemoOn last Saturday at Canoyvillo, 2:00; No. 31 John Millor. cratic control than wo have at present Ky., a fire broko out in tho waro under the Republican policy of ProJo. B. Rooms, Supt. mydep-utie- s & Co. and be tection and Reciprocity and honest room of Harnod Bros. College Hnppomngs money, the Republicans want it and foro it could be gotton under conWo ara inoro thoroughly convinc-- o want it quick. Immediately after trol it dostroyed property nnd merI than ovor that tho groat causo the late election several Democrats chandise, to tho vnluo of f 25.000 or Origin of tho firo could of education is gaining a strong hold is session of $30,000. said: ''We'll have an extra Congress in March and will relievo tho not bo learned. Among tho losors on tho pooplo of our land each clay. people by repealing the McKinley are II. Wilson, Storehouse and School was novor hotter than it is at -. NoWarehouse, worth $3,000, with no presont. Toachorsand students are Bill, enacting a new Tariff law, legislating on Silver, Ac, Ac," in fact insuranco. Harnod Bros. Si Co. stock doubling thoir energies daily nnd atWe are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with thoy were going to perform miracles, of goods, insured for $12,000 Blain novor was thoro a inoro earnest sot the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasbut in tho lost few days we notice that & Bond, tobacco warohouse, worth of workers any whore, than can bo most all the leading Democrats iu the 1,500, with $2,000 worth of shaved found at Hartford Collogo. Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Dr. Alexander still makos fine talks Nation are against any extra session hoops and tobacco stored in same, and 'tis almost settled that thero will also about 1000 worth of staves. at Genoal Exorcisos, on Monday and S. bo no such session. They ate now On this thoy had $000 insuranco, Tuesday mornings. talking of holding a conference to which leaves tliom a clear loss of Dr. E.1J. Pondleton's lectures to Sheriff Ohio Co. Owenslioro, Ky. bio fathoHn-law Dn. John W. Scott, the renera. Har Washington Tuesday of President KENTUCKY'S VOTE. office-seeker- one-hal- f I at No lady wants to pay compelled to dupliSnoru to before me this June 30, A.T.Naij., D.C.O.C.C. 810 or 5 for an old cate our orders. We 1892. cloak when she can only ask a call as wo A semiannual dividend of $4,00 was this day declared, per get a new one for the have no trouble in able shunnnd after July 5, 1892. payon same money or less, selling. so we can conscicn C A STBfEfi ! tiously invite them Clothing1. to call because we We liavc established have a new stock. a CLOTHING Market. Suits lor wedOur Ladies Shoes dings, suits for busiNeed no special no- ness or every day tice. The Mci- wear. Tailor made SfypSpTFri jn ntosh goods have a suits a specialty. outside reputation FA ST LINE the county, and we Heavy a urn tK6-get frequent orders Well come to see for them from other MtK'J counties. Call for the them. In the first "U.S.A.GrahrShoe, place we have good CASEBIER'S 'BUS ones, K. Cox, Phimident. the "Nina," the ers. and then the arc down. 4 la," "Susie" and prices Come to see them. We want the good country produce, such as Eggs, Butter, Feathers, Dried I Fruit, Call to see Kesp'y, 11 '". HUUMSI5 & UU. post-offi- flat-head- slober-chinne- d, long-necke- d, BLACKSMITHING. Gf&m ki-- li Beaver Dam specialty. A large stock best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. DEPOSIT BANK J. I). WILLIAMS. Beaver Dam, Ky. !ris- l? e Also keeps a Liverj and e V WWM. i wi Horses Fed, and get the best of rigs daj or night. Leave Feed Slable, where jou can have jour y-- &; 3ST fnnnn jour ders with one-ten- th Mi i mm. ed 1 TAXPAYERS! You will do both yourself and me a vor by calling upon me or one of and paying your taxes before the six percent, penalty added which will be done the first of vember. Please tend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, C. TAYLOE, y V Vou VrUl K.11K.C-- F. A. AMES A CO. a THAT COMET STRUCK'- SPflfl . FAIR BROS. & CO'S STORE Last Monday night and smashed prices right and left. Every article in the house was struck on the price ticket; some struck off half, others only a quarter, and we hadn't time to them, so we concluded to sell them at Comet Struck Prices this Month. re-ma- rk TEE Offers a Complete W FRONT of f Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, &c, at cost in order to close out that lino. Come early and get Bargains as the Our UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT Slaughter Sale will last only a few weeks. OVERCOATS, Come and get Bargains, for they will not last Was struck in half. Look at this: All long at the prices we are selling them. wool Red Underwear for men 50c. Pine PANTS. Well, just stop in and see and you will surely buy. Merino Underwear for men 50c. Ladies' We have a fine selected stock. Ribbed Heavv Cotton Vests 25c. Ladies' THE RED PRONT also carries a complete line of Groceries. Produce of kinds taken in exchange for goods. Gry Jlibbed Heavy Cotton Vests 35c. Blankets and Comforts also struck. Comforts at 75c and $1. Blankets at 75c, v Every $15.00 Overcoat, tlio Comet Struck tho Prico " " " " " " Every 12.00 " " " " " " 0.00 Every " 7.C0 Every ' " " " 'J " Evory 5.00 " " " " " Every 4.00 to to to to to to $10.00 7.50 0.00 5.00 3.50 2.75 ATCOST! RED FRONT & CO. PERSONAL on C. Line DRY GOODS Aiiiiti mm ft' v aaS GOODS, t t Don't forget this house when you want to buy your winter DRY HATS, &0. Wo do claim to be headquarters for everything in our lino and a visit to our store will con vince you. We have a full line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOAKS, RUGS, TRUNKS,LA-DIE- S 81.25, $2 and $3. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT EvAlso received the same fatal strike. erything cut less than half price. Come Tinde with Sara & Me. Good rigs for hire, call Court Notes. D and MISSES HATS, &C, and we offer them all at a very low figure. Come to see us and you can save money on your I L. Fieltl. Go to the Red Front for your Gro- at once and secure a bargain in this partment. cery supplies. Savo money by buying Dry Goods at Curson it Co's. Wc have a nice lino of Overshoes. Cahson & Co. de- BOOTS AND SHOES Go at prices that will make you buy. Re- member we have them at prices that make them move, and as long as we sell them so cheap no one can afford to go without a pair. Visit headquarters for bargains. We want your Eggs, Feathers, Etc. Hartford Temple of Fashion, Casebier it Burton's 'bus is still in it. G!vo them a call when you want transportation. Leave your horbo with Casebier it Burton when you come to town for good feed and attention. Tho Bazaar bos many bargains in Call and see them. dry goods Saiu it Mi:. Good teams, "comfortable conveyances" and reliable drivers at Casebier it Bur tan's stable at any hour day or night. Dcanclield, the new mining town in the Northern part of the county, is Several new on a building boom. houses are going up. ' In flannels, ladies and gents un derwear, dry goods, etc., you find what you need at your own price at Knhn's Trade Palace. For fresh drugs and druggists supplies, call on Z. Wayne CJrifliu it Bro. They can accommodate you at prices to suit the times. Perscriptions are carefully from the purest and freshest drugs at Z. Wayne Griffiu it Bro's. at all hours day or night. com-pound- ed FAIR BROS, Oo2CL2CLercIo-- l BETTER ft CO.. ZEIotel 4 KNOWN AS THE PALMER. HOUSE. Newly Famished, t- - Rates $ LOO per day. Meals 25c East tide Freuerica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky. MRS. CEAS. ROB Y, MRS. C. JS. WILLING HAM, Props. Fuiitui! Mm!! 'AaaBasasasasasasasasasasasaaasM the No Trade with Carson & Co, Creek neighborhood, a boy. Weight, Sec tho big bargains at the Bed 11 pounds. Dr. McCormick attending physician, Front. Trado nt the Red Front. Born, on November 27, to wife of J.N. Saudcrfur, of tho Rev. R. D. Lashbrook, who for The Red Front is selling Dry goods four years has been pastor of No cost. at M. E. Church, Go to Williams, Bell it Co. for Creek Circuit, of the His adhns moved to Owensboro. fresh Drugs. bciug 021 Crittenden Street. dress Buggies, carts and harness for sale We brought down tho price of by C. L. Field. boots and shoes aud wo propose to Buy tho Owensboro Wagon, tho keep them down. Men's nice Sunday best in tho market. Shoo going at only $1 nt tho Racket Overcoats and pants at cost at Store. Shaki: km Dow.v. the Red Front. T. L. Faught nnd Miss Mary My-ci- s A full lino of Stationery at Willwere married nt tho Court House iams, Bell it Co's. yesterday by Rev. G. J. Bean. Tho Don't forget to go to tho Red Front groom is 15 years of ago, while, the bride is a blushing maiden of 24 and get Dry goods at cost. A complete line of stationery at summers. Z. Wayne Grifiin & Bro's. Come to the Racket Storo aud see Ben Kelly, living near Fordsvillo, our stock ot Jewelry, watch chains, finger rings, cufl buttons, bracelets, is very low with typhoid fever. brooches,. collar buttous all sold unA full assortment of wall paper der a guarantee. at Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro's, Shake em Down. You just ought to see that new line Bob Newton accidently shot Ben of Neckties at Carson it Co's, Rico while hunting last Friday, uear A. C. Cain is tho boss barber. Call iEtnavillc. They were out hunting on him for anything in his line. and a dog scared a rabbit out of some Calicoes aod domestic, 5c per yard bushes, when Newton fired, tho load for the best, only at Kahn's Trado taking effect in Rice's leg below tho knee. Palace. Allen Brock, JKtnavillo, has pneumonia and was thought to bo dying Tuesday evening. For Ward-Kobe- s Dressers, Line, see Suits,Eock-er- s or anything in the General Furniture T. J. MORTON. N.N &M.V.R.R. wmSSSSm No. I, No. T, MmeteJ TRAINS LEAVE BEAVER DAM. TRAINS OOINO WEST. 11.10 Mull and Eipress r. a. Eipress Eiprea UiJOr. a. TRAINS OOINO EAST. No. e, Mall and - No. I, Limited Express .1:41 r. a. - 8.43 1. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1892. Another Gar Load Of Pure Raw Bone just come in. The demand for ''Pure Raw Bone" has necessitated a duplicate order. Send in your orders for this reliable tried goods. Hooker & Co. aat fO THM MVOOD, Weakness. Malaria. . idlnHtf BUIeasasas, Uk. m It amt uleU7, Wat sale or aUatalMllB r inwi Marriago liceuso siuco our last issuo: G. P. York to Katie Thomas, John C, Louey to Nnnnio Miller, Samuel M. Russell to Amba Bank, Rev. W. Ellen Duke, a very respectable col ored woman, of Hayti, died Saturday "W. Boono to Nnnna Ella Duncan, T. C. Schroador to Rm E. Gray. T. L and was buried Sunday. Faught to Mary Myers. In order to close out their, stock of Prof. S. M. Taylor, of Cool Spring, Dry Goods the Red Front is selling at cost. Call and get big bargains. lias purchased property in Owensboro and will move thero after his school Shoes" for Try our ""Wear-forevecloses, which will bo in a fow weeks. Ladies, Misses and Children, They We regret that tho profession should can't be beat. Saiu it Me. loso so valuable a member. What Come to the Red Front to get your Ohio county loses Daviess will gain. photographs taken. Photographs Luke Barnard,ono of Beaver Dam's 2.50 per dozen. W. H. Davidson. best citizens,who has been sick so long If you want a nice suit in faith, the with typhoid fever, died Wednesday beat suit for the money, we advise nnd was buried at Mt. Carrael, near you to go to the famous Kahu's Trade Buford, yesterday evening. Ho was Palace. a brother ot I, P. Barnard, of Louis A protracted meeting is in progress ville; a Mason and an activo memA new lino ot boy's overcoats and at Mt Carroel, near Buford, conduct- ber of tho Baptist Church, and we suits just received at Kahn's Trade ed by Rev. Ellis Maddor, assisted by icel that Ohio county has lost one of Palace and prices aro so low that you Rev. Hice Maddox. its purcst,noblestand best young men. must buy. r Circuit Court convened Monday Mr. T. L. Grifiin left yesterday for morning, with Judge L. P, Littlo on Chicago. the beach. In the absence of Commonwealth's I. E. McClure, Horton, wns in the city Monday. Attorney Joe Noe, Hon. W. T. Hay-war- d was appointed in his stead. Col. W. M.M. Beatty, Cromwell, was in town Monday. The following is n list of tho names D. M. Hockor. Rosiuo. called at of the gentlemen who composo tho petour office yesterday. it jury for this week: Amos Miller, J. B. Southard, I. N. Duke, A. A. BryMiss Hcnme Gunthcr is visiting ant, Sanford Brown, Elijah Chinn, G. relatives in Louisville. W. GrafT, Jonas Render. S. A. DavMiss Anna Beon, who has been visenport, Jesse Mtigan, Geo. Holland, iting friends in Daviess county, has Ab Chapman, Schuyler Acton, L. C. returned home. J. W. Turner, Buford, and AIncy Morton, H. B. Taylor, A. J. Carter, Tichcnor,Centertown,madc us a pleas- - T. II. Boswell, D. Taul, A. L. Phil-lip- s, aun call Wednesday. J. B. Wilson and Willis Rowe. Mrs. lfoosin TAiril. wifn nf (jlmrlna The following named gentlemen Ford, Fordsville, visited Mrs. G, C. compose tho grand jury for this terra: wcstcriicld tins week. J. H. Whittinghill, Hardin Smith, Mrs. Dr. E. W. Ford. Fordsville, Levy Wilson, Wm. Tabor, D. E. is tho guest of her parents, Col. nnd Thomas, F. V. Pirtle, Allen Gentry, Mrs. W. H. Moore. A, N. Brown, Warren Taylor, J. M. Mrs. Xannio Spaulding nnd little Taylor, Virgil Renfrow, sheriff, and daughter, Jennie, of Lebanon, arc J. E. Magan, foreman. visiting Dr. Alexander. Commonwealth vs. Jerry Clark, H. J. C. Liudley, Point Pleasant, Netter Wi.usatt, W. R. Paris and nnd L. S. Smith, Ccntertown, made Sylvester Bozarth passed. us n pleasant call Monday. Commonwealth vs. Jack Goff sot Miss Ltira Williams, who has been forward till Monday. sick so long of typhoid fpver, we are Commonwealth vs. Iluah Fergu sorry to say is no better. son for rape will bo given to the jury T. M. Bond, an extensive live stock to day. He has been ably defended and timber dealer, of Louisvillo, call-- , by Messrs. Gufly it Ringo, while cd on us while in town Tuesday. County Attorney Felix and CommonMrs. Jennie Hamilton aud sons, of wealth's Attorney Hay ward McIIenry, left Thursday night for the prosecution. Huntington, Arkansas, their future home. Boots! Boots! Cheaper and better at Kahn's Trade Mrs. C, C. Bennett, who has been very ill nt her homo on Lewis street Palace, than nny other house. for several weeks, is some better. Overcoats! Overcoats! Owensboro Messenger. Prices to suit yourself for the finest MissLiicy Davis, an old college girl nnd one ot Daviess county's most goods, at Kahn's Trade Palace. . laciuating young ladies, visited Miss Home. Gone Katie Coorabes last week. The dark angel of death has again Mrs. nnd Mrs. F. L. Felix, Master visited our town nnd taken from our Douglas Felix, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mrs. Hamilton nnd Master Louis R. Ham- midst one of our best women. C. W. Massie departed this life ilton, of Hnrtford.attended the wedding, Wednesday night. Thursday night, Nov. 24, leaving a husband nnd 9 children to mourn her , Boono-Duncanloss. Mrs. JInssio was a good ChrisOne ot tho prettiest weddings that tian woman nnd loved nnd respected ever occurred in Ohio county took by nil who knew her. place Wednesday night, Nov. 30th, at the Presbyterian Church, McIIenry, Only a fow Lett when the Rev. W. W. Boono, of Out of 200 children's cloaks, wo have Springfield, Mo., led to thehyraeninl a few left at your own pricc,at Kahn's alteronoot our loveliest and most ac- Trado Palace. complished young ladies, Miss Ella Grover Arrested. Duncan. Miss Kntio Bell Duncan enter 8ipcII lo Ihe Owcnbon Messenger. cd nnd took her position at the organ, Elmoor, Va., Nov. 30. Tho Sher-if- f and when the sweet strains of music servot Northampton county pealed forth tho bridal party entered. ed a summon on Grover Cleveland Down the right aisle camo tho bride to appear in chancery court at Richpreceded by Misses Gracie Roll and mond on Saturday. Neither Mr. Mamie Duncan; Mr. Junkins and Cleveland nor the sheriff knew what Miss Annio Baltzell, then camo tho tho trouble was. The sheriff thought bride on tho arm of her sister, it was a joke and wired Richmond. Duncan. Down tho left aisle He received an answer that there was came tho groom and lushest man, no joke about it aud was ordered to Rev. Gownn, of Emmineuce, Ky. servo tho papers at once. It is beTho bride and groom met at the alter lieved that Mr. Cleveland lus been under a lovely bell of evergreens, violating so mo of the game laws. He where tho marriago ceremony was will answer the summons as ordered. performed by tho Rev. Dr. Allen, of t Princeton, Ky assisted by the Rev. Now For the Bargains. of McIIenry. T. J. Mit.:hell, After The finest lino of ladles cloaks, tho ceremony tho friends of tho bridp pick and choice, for $5.00; you will repaired to tho residenco of Mrs. Ma- find many of these cloaks worth $15, ry Duncan, mother of tho bride, where So como and get ono, at Kahn's a delightful supper was served. Trado Palace. The bndo woro a haudsomo white silk gown, trimmed with real lace and For Salo! orange blossoms and .carried a beautiA good strong wagon, "Mitchell ful boquet of white roses. Tho bride's make," or will exchange for corn or maids woro pink and bluo evening hay. CASKiiiniut Buhton, dresses and carried largo borpiets of Hartford, Ky. 2t pink roses. The presents were numerous and Town Taxes. costly aud showed how highly tho Those who have not paid their brido was appreciated by her many town taxes aro earnestly requested to 1 must mako settlefriends. They left Thursday night do so at once. ment soon nnd your prompt action iu for Springfield, Mo., their future tho matter will bo appreciated and homo, where a reception will bo ten- will savo time and trouble. dered them by tho members of tho Res'y, W. P. Thomas. groom's church, Monday evening. Wo join in wishing them a happy and m w Itb Th K. Hppr nd content Is C. Chester ; a Ump with the Hcht of Ihe moraine. prosperous life. con-duct- ed Booue-Duncan y Mar-gucri- lo Winter Purchase. Don't forget "Wear-foreve- r we have the Shoes" in any style or size and guarantee every pair sold. , SARA $ ME. ajEEBflEK3B2fff3 mci maw m mi iii v imw ifi LirrrrTnLT:TTprn,aaT,?T?rf"yyi"TTtf Tfinl. 1 OR. JUDO'S ELECTRIC BELT I'm e. SI. gli. SIM. lUld Slr. if Sulltifil. Atnn Elm Irli. Tmo nn.l lt,T thorn, 'nn 'ot nothing to try and producedlxrn(iiliitedtHUit,iwdgi!iiiiiitnd to lust lor wnrx. licit ud Hatter) combined, milticunt Klrctriiity totdiurk. I'leo .MedicaU liico. Writ (ilounlt incisure, price and lull pirtlcuhrs, Agi'iilN Wimtitl. .iMre" nil. Jl'nn. nptrntt. A FREEl?..rnt?0uSlonJr,"i!?rce! discws, I.ITCT U ai'ft. wtH'ii hi Klitl. . ii-- t. -r frnm Din Ihi.1 ofln. ... r,f il. t n Sii.t.... 1.11 HhOUtlllt till. Illtl L'esliun. l)rMlwltfn. .nt bin.) nt nw Klcctnoitj Hill emu jound kit jou In licnllh (irmduelie rrli.Ted ,.. un.l.t. .!, Our Qervi's Phaeton, jfiii.V" . ROOMY, LIGHT. ELEGANT. OarScnd for catalogue of our full Hue of two and work. D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, III. $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN first-cla- Is it possible a Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, Iluggy with Silver-plate- d mud nanus, ami snail lips, lor auuvc price i $65 J El" "il ml o n. m o OI5 H D W w as K,r P Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Address So Q O 55 OS $ of all kinds of Vehicles. CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - CO. OHIO, U. S. A. FTiZ2E32rit: m la.i jTTfr i .rU.,OI2ftS ..M. wr Vt ntjk8JJkJBf AjjL HiaLal K aU Wi aaPiVIAI 1 WAV ' CUloeues,wriU BIIOWK'B Rochester Urop Ca,NewYork. m IRON BITTER ALMAlf AU Contains One IlMudreil Recipes for eueoply onU qulcklr liiL-- dsllclous uOiome. This book Is given awy nt dru nntl csncral stores. Cur i -- -- - Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DCEEMBER2, 1892. WhataroThoy Going to do About itP HAnuissnuno, Ky., Dec. 21. On tho fourth of March Grovor Clovolaml will be inaugurated PresiIt will dent of the United States. be well to romomber tho issue upon Vfhich Mr. Cleveland was elected. Tho ghost of tho defunct "Forco Bill" was parndod before tho people; especially tho people of tho South, when it was shown that it meant bayonets at tho polos, and negro domination. Tho main issue,howov-- r, was the question of a protective tariff, as embodied in tho McKinloy Bill. The people wore told that this iniquitous measure was tho culminating act of tho "Robber Barons." Tho people wero told that this bill enriched the fow at the oxpenso of the laboring classes; that it made pricos bettor and labor cheaper. It seems that tho pooplo think so, too, The question by a large majority. now agitating tho public mind, especially that of tho Domocratic leaders is, whether or not a special session of Congress shall be called. Tho question will place tho Democratic party in a predicament. If they wore honest in what they told tho people in regard to tho tariff; if it is true that the Republican idoa of a protective tariff is a robbery of, and a damnable imposition upon the people, then it is the solemn duty of Mr.Cleveland to call an extra session in order that a spoedy and effectual relief may be given to down-trodd- en humanity in these states. If on tho other hand Mr. Cleveland fails to do bo, he will then admit that the pos- ition his party took on this question was false. In their platform they "We declare it to be a fundasay: mental principlo of tho Democratic party, that the Federal Government has no constitutional power to impose and collect tariff duties, except for tho purpose of revenue only." If this be true the McKinley Bill is unconstitutional. It is, therefore, the duty of tho Domocratic party to repeal it as soon as the power is theirs. It will be remembered that when tho Democratic National Convention nssembled at Charleston on tho !23d of April, 1800, there was intense over tho question of shivery. Tho convention was a stormy one. The result was a split in the Democratic party. Jl'ho Southern Democrats nominated John C.Breck-enrid- ge and tho Northern DemoTho crats, Stephen A. Douglass, Domocratic party of to day is rapidly drifting into a siinular situation on the question of the protective tariff. One wing of tho party is making strenuous efforts to obtain Free Another will not listen to Trade. proposals of such a policy. It is Ve hope it will ro not our fight. suit in the Domocratic party, which thoy tell us is founded upon tho eternal principles of truth and justice, finding itself between tho dovil and the deep blue sea. Roisin Hoot). nud flame and charmed by color's wondrous rodos leurning tho uso of bands and feet, nnd by tho lovo of mimicry beguiled to utter speech-relea- sing poisoned thought from crabbed and curious remarks on soiled nod tattered leaves puzzling the brnin with crooked members and their changing, tangled worth and eo through years ol alternating day and night, until tho captive grows familiar with tho charms and walls and tho limitation of life. And timo runs on in sun and shade, until the one of nil the world is wooed and won, and all tho love of love is Again a taught and learned again. home is built witk tho fair chamber wherein faint dreams, like cool and shadowy vale divide tho billowed hours of love. Again tho miracle of birth, the pain and joy, tho kiss of welcome- and tho cradle song drown-in- g the drowsy prattle of a babe. And then the tense of obligation and of wrong pity for those who toil and weop teors for tho imprisoned nud despised lovo for tho generous dead, nud in the heart the rapture of a high resolve. And then ambition, with its lust of pelf and place nnd power, longing to put upon ist breast distinction's worthless badge. Then keener thoughts of men, and eyes that seo behind the smiling mask of craft ilattered no moro by the obsequious cringe of gain and greed knowing the usclessness of hoarded gold of honor bought from those who of charge tho usury of power that only bonds a coward's knees and forces from the lips of fear the lies of praise, Kuowing at last the unstudied gesture of esteem, the reverent eyes mado rich with honest thought, nnd holding high above all other things high as hope's great throbbing stnr nbve the darkness of tjie dead-t- he lovc of wi,e "I,(1 chiI(1 aDtl ir'mu ue lucKs oi gny, ami growing lovo ot other days and halfremem- bered things then holding withered hands of those who first held his, while over dim nnd loving eyes death softly piesses down the lids of rest. And so, looking in marriage vows his children's hands and crossing others on the breast of peace, with daughters' babes upon his kuces, the white hair mingled with tho gold, he journeys on from day to day to that horizon where the dusk is waiting for the night. At last, sitting by the holy hearth of homo as evening's embers change from red to gray, he falls to sleep in the arms of her he worshipped nnd adored, feeling upon his lips love's last and holiest kNs. RonnitTG. lNi:itsoi.L. self-respe- ETNAVILLE Nov. 27. Miss Loretta Miller and R. Rhoads were quietly married in Deanfield Thursday evening,Nov. 17. Miss Li.io Brown and Jessce Torn-to- n were married at the home of the bride, Nov. 24. Miss Tiney Harrison entertained her friends on the evening of Nov. 21, celebrating her 18th, birth anniversary. A little son of Gnrl nud Altha Lan-ha- ra died in Owensboro, Nov. 20. The remains wero brought to Pan ther Creek for interrraeut. The first half of our school closed out Friday night with a rousing spelling match. The old people took great interest iu the evening's exercises. Everything pnssed off quietly and wo had a pleasant time. Judging from the reports of tho children, we feel satisfied that great aud good work i3 being done in our school. We are reliably informad thnt an effort is being made to keep our teacher, Miss Coleman, three mouths longer in the spring, or extend our school into a ten months session. Ed Smith, who spent several days among friends here, has returned to his home in Henderson City. George Sanders, formerly of this place, but now of Owensboro, has moved again into our midst, and for a timo nt least, will make his homo AETNVILLE, NOV. 25. Pupils enrolled in our school, 73. Those enrolled during the month just past, CO, Average attendance, 47 Only 42 reported in honor roll for the month of November, which are as follows: honor now.. Lattie Story 9(5, Ethel "Westcrfield 100, Hattio Brown 100, Mnmio Brock 92, Inis Phillips 100, Ida Simpson 100, Nettie Brock 100 Alma Phillips 99, Lizzie Miller 99, Veola Miller 100, Eliza Story 100, Mary McKinley 100, Yerda Loyd 100, Em-m- a Lyons 100, Bessie Loyd 100, Missouri Loyd 100, Kntie Thornton 100, Maggie Miller 100, Tiny Hnrris-o- n 100, Corday Harrison 100, Henry with us. Mrs Susan Taylor is on an extendHarrison 90, Estol Miller 99. Authur Phillips 95, Henry Lyons 99, Junius ed visit in Owensboro. Hiawatha or Tin: Wiar. Miller 99, Ira Brock 90, Alfred Loyd 100, Era Loyd 100, Clevo A. J. SLATON, M. D Loyd 100, Ira Chewing 100, Lemuel Coleman 100, John Murtin 99, Fred & McClary 99J, Billyo Payne 100, Mi. Formerly of Millwood, now locate Ht nor Lyons 99i,Frank McKinley 100, offers III" liroConiiotml nemeea to dm icoie (tM)otiund vijoimiiKeouutiej, Otliee in re. n lllie Haynes 99J, Corba Harrison 3 My Iwe, (the Dr. linden property.) 99, Walter Harrison 99, Tom Brown 99, Theodore Howo 100, Lon Brown 100, Leslie Brown 100. Those fulling below 90 are as follows: Archie Rico 70, Lawrence Brown 70, Charlie Martin 89$, Geo. Spencer 0, Floyd Rico 00, Ed Rico CO, Albert Payne 89, Jim Story 89$, Ben Rice 89$, Estel Board 50, Amo'u Loyd 50, Charlie Payne 89$, Sara Spccer 35, Nora Baize 30, Dora Board 25, Mary Payne 89$, Ella Spencer 0. Miss Saij.yi: Mai CoLi:MAN,Tcacher. War on Tho Veterans. 4-- Physician Surgeon, 1 I.oiUh-fU-- You can get the Hartford Republican and tho New York Tribune one year for 81.25, cash. Subscribe now. Nmt Voi Is I'rens.) hero from a long distance, some even from Duriunh and Slam. Tho number for sale seems to decrease every When evening lets hcrcurtn ti full. II, And nil nround Is calm And t' year, and tho priced rise enormously I listen nt twilight's solemn nil in consequence. Cuboid merchnnts To tho tender croon of tho hi mlt thrush, nro tho principle 'purchasers of them Orthoplalntlvo nil of tho nhlppoomlll. in tho distant provinces, And from The brook murmurs low In ferny kIcii; thero they mo taken for their long, Its hrentli floats cool on the evening nlr, Ita rh)thmlcnl noto linsn li.Mon for mo; wcarj' march to India. to tho boundless sea It hurries Tho pricos realized vary according And I to a bourne I know not where. to tho ago and temper of tho captive Terhnps "when the mills hito rolled away" from alnnit AM flu to 400, or alxmt And brooder prospects o en to view. Wo shall know that the trials and cares of tor750 to t2,00. Elephants are bought day Wero the tutors that kept us from going by tho natives for display, and no animal looks so well in a rolo for n astray. Divinely appointed for mo and you. toinnhhi; tho pompous pneo of a Llvy Penney In Ellsworth American. procession uits him to perfection; but for this only mnlo elephants aro llaro l'renenco nf .Ml ml. On ono occasion our mother's pros-enc- usod, nnd then only tuskers, as they o of mind Hived tho lifo of tho nlono swm woi thy to carry tho nobles; and tho mncknn, or child Laura, then n baby of two years tusklcss undo is sent with tho old. to do work, such as carrying Wo wero all staying nt tho institution for soino reason, nndthonursory baggage, wood or fodder, and of was in tho fourth story of tho lofty course is of immense valuo for hunting purposes. H. Cuton Woodvillo building. dny-uu- r Ono mother cnmo into tho in Harper's. room, and to her horror saw littlo CliliioMo HiigAKomt nts. Laura rolling about on tho broad "A Chinese engagement dates its window sill, tho window being wido itl sire n elvint rate of ri ef "The Ford Pill Co., Shetland Ponlcr 3nrrlnrr.rrL' open; only a fow inches spaco be- beginning from the onchango of red aluetl .at GOO, (.lrlirt.Jfrn inanyrttr the l.niitd Man., i'. ine ft tt in nntl iiHnrnoaa, me uirw i tin ii ji.c sm .kti uhilu r I Ijce. athiMM.fki ), cards between tho parents of tho tween her nnd tho edge, and then ' fll'y "L "Old Wntoh. et In sapphires and dUmonJe. To the HiirJ mil en en a Mir CI 1 iii the contracting parties. These cards in ,' "''" Diamond. " tho street, flfty foot below. inn ninn ' 'oiiii'ecitrna Kodak Camnra. Toilitiut.iSuiiao M1..1 VrV. .1 Tho nurse was I know not where ; many districts arc immense docua rroncn Mantol Clock. To the iM, iniltf.niBcr-'w- i ', fltnp. I'Mhe him, uirui urown Doroy vaaoe To the trnt). acimnleie Lntvr any whero savo where she ought to ments almost tho size of a horse r. inurilrrul unin aoi.ani .nanynUirf tuct tin r,r1 turt I... M ..L jr iviniHriitt-- u ..U . ci i . put . -.. u.. r.er - . ..... niuM !l.fin.ill!)l irin II It I X'll t lirO havo been. Our mother stopped blanket. They nro important for tho I.. - ,... II kij iiwian'K m linn null r, irjti I n11U.se , an., with 15 mi S. twrxent U. nmp ono of the f..!lolrg P,i- - Illvil ill quickly and quietly back out of sight reason that thoy aroused us evidonco or 'Toril'a Vi,s,! r,'1l !' " nny "J""'''' the nloTtCutnrrh ''rlzo rl and culled gontly: "Laura, eonio in enso of disagreements in tho fulme.he jou ilenre. AddrtM "'1 ho F'.trd ?neof '.."J'" '.iii.i"Vnl .' ...v.'1"1 ,'loronto, Cana.fa. The pe'"n ;vJ,,n,n "."f hoa hero, dear I Como to mo I I lmvo ture. Wo seldom hear in China of tmiiled nrvt ill l awarded the fir.t pnie, ami the oiher In order of rreiit. Aienel ,a ii .! tli 'ieit apu timultai eouIy throushcut the United iutei, every one hji an einul epi . broken engagements. Yet if a quarsomothing to show you." '"'hei'ervri tendngihe iirone,t anwer illl ptenan elejint ClirlKllt Cnnrort Ikj settled peaceably A moment's agonized paiuo and rel cannot ilriinil 1'li.no. alue,laill5O().0O. Toil,eyfr,fr,,m from the crrreitan.Venran centlemani line tlnlil Rnnilna" VTntrli. hlcb atnlei the Krt aid 111. -i is had to tho law, and tho r then sho heard tho littlo foot patter n i tinall ratlinlial Konat pleaiure, and valued at UllOO.OO. Tolhe tftn.frcmx lheu a on tho floor, and in another instant Judge usually imposes a fino upon '"' lb" ......v,,.,, iJ' "'yylPe pneumatic tne. lo II e . from lha .u, afirl' . n Vl,."lim. ,,..... r uriiiiuro, JniiieyiM (mm m,,t,i,,lllmtu hold the child clnsped in her arms. tho party who has broken tho coninioenicri - io inav,11 rr irnm tin uit, an tleeint IM11110 I.,imi-- , theur. i ""jle li 1 Mir .lie If sho hnd ecreamod or rushed for- tract. Exchange. .". llinn r.l.f, a uiui'.vn. the Lut, rijf.lt piete I nch.h ther traiel.m.- Iriinlt. Tn the t frum two if 2...1. u.. ward the child would havo started, bttitiinry, and nun) utberprues in order of meriu ljaulilKiiy'a rnliittnc llua. and probably would havo fallen and il to bo froo from sii.ciAT. Daubiguy boon dashed to pieces. St. Nicholas. following on foot tho bauks of rivA vieeivl pure of a Silk Drt-aany eolo,), er Pattern frt- -' Iiib MnrhlllK (any rnAe ileviie.1) will L ci,, t the nut ivn in ev'. ers, to lw independent of hotels, to i S hocanpiVeit ihethieadAiiKhteii'fjcev We ihall give aay too ValtlllMo Ii 1. bo on hand at sunrise nntl sunset, 'i.Ieipe.ilrrles1(iftherehouIdliefcimanyMn.!inc irect nni.riO N..fluirke i.111 dt . . ..., An Kcnnonilcal Meure. i. ..1 u.l.inc if liuej. Ihemmeiof theledini;p.ieinnerv.ill lfiMile inr n nti-i First Partnor Wo must cut down when tho effects were most enchont-ini- ;. next mmub. P.xtru aeniium lll tiien 1, n y l, . .1, f i.linc lo Ajil.l in imrudui in our medLine. N'mhing it thvri;ed for Ibc wire and to move nliout stream at . 1 a v expenses if wo wish to como out Itl'llll-lllra,will. With this dofiro ho went to . el nines and ill b "el in every family for "Fonl'a I'rll Invt Ue r, ce i I. a're ,f,. ahead at tho end of tho year. nif yen here they ',;V ' ' ,w". ',""ll"lllr'1,"''nerit,aiilv.iilirfellatUKicliontoll.ewiUi. 11.n.... .., Second Partnor All right. Admit seo hi.-- friend Daillet, tho Ivoat build.i'llte ilymail, :paid, and ptiic frov nf tint) . tho travelers into the firm. Jewel-er- er, at Asnieres, and o.xjilalnotl his A WATCH FOR EVEItV rOHltECT "Hold!" said Baillet, "I project. Circular. have just what you want, a lront ine 'Kiarli-aWntcli. (item winder,) will !:,, v,.i. for a ferry." Tho man who becomes his own tended to le vei s I" 1U1 '.Htl rv.ll.njoda-f- i rlh iverlnenie it ;rin,!nrl yilI itc.T e r nu lit 11 lei ne of the l.ir, tr piuci. 11ullsifanyineenli.ltle.il lean who was accompanied by his doctor has a fool for a patient as llieni j.itlm 3da) fi nn the lima ihit adiert arrmrt In the re rviter, if-t itti-eihcr rue if the levlini; pri s or an truly ns tho man who acts ns his own son Karl, looked over tho lioat, wliich tr piemhmi of a it h r .'. ileiiii d th .1 .1 not c nm cet i f r ie f I nrilV. Irl ( Urn i.(' Ii foot long, six j lawyer has a fool for n client. was some twenty-eigh- t FIRST MESSAGE. THE AdJrcss THE FORD PILL CO , " 37," Cor. WellinQton & Bay Its., Toroito. ( feet Ik. am, tlat bottomed and drew A Story of the l)js When tlie Telegraph only eighteen inches of wnter. Wm ati Unknown Medium. Baillet agreed to complete it, so On May 1. 1W4, tho Whit? conven that three or six rowers could bo tion mot in Baltimore nnd tho eyee ued, and a sail at will. At the storn of tho country wore upon it. By was to bo placed a cabin in pino sufthnt morning Professor Morso had (Tatonlril in Cnlte.1 Slate and Canada.) ficiently largo to work and sleep in, la a I'rnrllritl .Tlnrhlnr, Apprerln-Ii-- 1 established telegraphic communicawith lockers on each sido to contain Ii) 1'raillml lliialnraa .Tie a. tion between Washington and Anbedding, cooking utensils, provisions, napolis Junction, where was sta' nndarti-t'- s n t " in materials. Thus equipped, lii1 aMMiiMlli tioned tho assistant of Morw;, who, I Obtained, and nil r.tll.,l ;U'U." .1 It Nn lnndomelr furnWieJ CnmUnatloa with n plentiful supply of provisions I. Mnm-limwrr anil l'Aliier. with underhtnnd, was Alfred Vail. All tended 10 forI'iiniir.U t If ! .VSnndOut ..m ti t on board, and accompanied by his l,i vk and It. l.t.Tll'K Atlaehmant. w s I'nlfiit Ollii'e tan opposite the that afternoon Profcwor Morse and mill I'atetit It u rl l nit rali and credit aalee. tiini lliiin IIhc teinotc fioin i. son Karl, other pupils, or a chanco It r. iui 1K1I1H lUt.i iv. -- r pi. i.iliiirMniriitit. I wero nlono together fn tho littlo II 4sf.r,r. r It lie nriald In on armunt. ni In tmliiit in friend, Daubigny mndo extensive-tlllilll 11I liiH'litlxllnnil room in tho Capitol. A gratifying nliiliti fiu nil Iiin; It en it,'iiinko Ml IIM.UI. voyages on the llotin for so was this ' ut liaio tranuetionii In dr-- j n .it- r ; ; i hi11ml i mcpsntfo had come from Annapolis It l"l.iti' "iirntlinr! fK'nlieanr4. ufirciitv lo fui cimiuir. mime titu christened by an It . ik tlitruiiartiinrf incliikia. Junction thnt everything wns ready ocl'iul li.'iiK in yum mm -- tnli- Oiii'iiy "ii or i curious littlo craft along tho Oise, impudent rustic It n it. sii- ,rf 1.4 man nt that end of tho lino, nnd that It in - an linii-man Inn i't u d a ILlet Seine, Mnrne, and adjoining rivers. will ii.iti.lat "In it it l Oj'jm.e Ti.''..! ''i'ff 'Im'i n.'('i ' 0 there could be no doubt of the sno-ee.It uillnulti ciiivrrilrm-e- , time mil money, Ilero, freed from material cans, liv of our plan to convince nil manr timr over inI U'i t jia fi r ing closo to nature, ho produced ji Ii nui'lniio IhhiiI frpnrntily ti.J war-il lubtcra that the electric telegraph ili .1 SECRET ORDERS. thoso marvelous studies of river lifo I nr full imrtlciilnrn mldrt-wim n wonderful invention, which by which h is crhaps most widely would revolutionize tho trnnmniBsion J known. Century. n 35. !! nrllii. nt ol CUeroMtMrll Cmp. of news. KintiU'ky, iii(etntIl.irlloril,K.,ccondstiirJiiy EAST STROUDSDURC, PA. It is half a century eineo that day, iu each month nt r. x. CM riiSMtT, Captain. and yet I have r vivid recollection of I.. Hon 1, Sergeant, tho dramatic incident with which it culminated. Or. --A.. TZ. To this day I can eeo plainly tho J W'tt Gokveil Pout, No. 8, I)epartaient ol AND narrow, disordered room in which 1 Kentueliy, wo were, with it wires nnd jars and r. x., in meets every third 'aturdaj at o'cloek T T The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United Statot, I.ellelifli Id, Ky. chemicals, and in tho midst of It tho I'.S. IlHt'MBjCom. S, A.McSurar.AdJ. woird figure of tho groat inventor $1.2o, Cash in. Advance. Tlis Lading Photographer. who was about to realizo his ono l'Rifios Mociton Tout No l,t(pnrtiiiintof hopo. uf ter so many years of disapmeet eeery p.ittinli) before tlie arcoml 5 icturss pointment nnd delay. Ho was very in Every Stjl; and Size. 10 quietly dressed, his coat muffled Suinhy at Kj. o'clock a.J.m. Inthecourtdiou-ea- tC Hartford, C Ciivshurun, I', csroiId Pictures Copied and Knlar :ed about his throat, and his iougr hair J. M. llimior, Ad. sPKCiAiry. Gives nil tlio news of Town, County and State, and as much National tumbled about his forohcad. Ho ap108 Main Street. peared to bo nervous nnd apprehennews as any other paper of iu claw. Your home would be incomplete wilk sive. 57mO OWEKMIQIIO, K 1' out it. Tho gravo question to bo settled Nicnthi'.illy treitid hy fin uiint of r was whether tho electric current reputation, lKnfnei.1 irnliented nnd entirely would remain on tho wires with suf- cured, offrmn iUtoM jc.ir' lamliti, nfur nil difnViilty ficient strength to work tho signals otlii-- triiitineiitnli.irn (ailed. How tin explained Is a National Family Paper, and gives all the general news of the U. 8. tlio i.iuie rimoied.fiill) through bo long a distance as forty-fou- r liirtiiuliidnnd illi nftldn t mid le'tnniuiiili of in elreularn, nnd tho world. It gives tho events of foreign Innda in n nutshell. It miles (for in thoso days a metal- cured from pronunont eoj le m uli-- fn 0, separate departments Family Circle, and our Younir Folks. lic circuit was used). Even thoeo til ly lilt. A. I II.M'.ll.M), Taeouin, Wali. Ill Home and Society column command tho admiration of wives and daughters. who believed that tho instrument andOciumH&blta had ilono its work over a short cirIts general political news, editorial and nro comprehensive, cured at hurno velt!i-ocuit of a fow miles doubled its comtrain, Hook of brilliant and exhaustive. Ita Agricultural department hits no cuporior ii mercial valuo over long distances. D.JIAVOOI.I.EY.M.D. tho country. Its Market Reports aro recognized authority in ail parte of the At this lato dnto tho wonder to mo AUauto.Gn.OfflC W44 WlUtclmU St. Ls that so fow persons lanJ. A .Special Contract enables us to oiler this splendid Journal aud The took any inran IIIMIMIPMA terest whatever in tho proiosel exRepublican for one j ear l'a Ilrovm'n Iron llltlcra. periment. I was in tho room many l'hyiiclnm reenmmend It. jnrrvi:i:. times preceding this trial, nnd I All dealers keep It, 51.01 (ur l.otllc. Genuine ye-r- . and orosjid i o lines on wrapper. bu that thero wero few visitors and L0USVILLE and MEMPHIS, N. Y. Tribune, rcgulnr price per year $1.00 no nnxiety whatover to learn how WITH Hartford Republican " ' 1,25 Professor Motto was progressing BROWN'S mO.V BI7TERZ PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars with his work. A general opinion Cure Indl?istlon, lllllouino. H)iepla, Mala. l'h)l-clat(ioncinl among thoo who had heard of tho rla, ScrTouine"s, and Allilcnl.rs DeMlity, Octiulna . (J. dtD. iOlltl. fell It. reeommend It. niOSI AND TO proposed attempt was that it would bat trade mark and crowed red llaea om rappor. I.OITISVri.l.lMlll.lIPIIIS.VICKNIIITK not bucceed. It was too absurd to ha i o.n u.a:,iiiiii .i:wnti,i:AT, discuss. lu .MrmiililN. Subscription may l)t"iu nt any tunq. Lato in tho afternoon, suddenly, tho instrument on tho tablolK.'gantocliek. Addrefs nil orders to The Quick anil Desirable Route Eagerly Professor Morse- bent for. IO AND I"OM ward over thostrip of paper thntslow-l- y Now York I'liilut'i'liililit Ilnltiniuro uprolled from tho register. Tho WiiOiiiiKton Norfolk Olil I'nlut Cotntort Hartford, Kentucky. paper halted, moved ahead, stopped Itlrliiiuinil llull'ulo Cluvelntitl Ttilcdu C'IiIciikx Imllntinpolla and moved again in nn irregular way, C'lnciliiuiti l.nul;illu till finally Moivo roso from his closo Enstorn and Northonstorn Points &. scnitiuy ot tho paper, stood erect mid Mc:iiilil Virk'burf! Union Kong and looking about him, said proudly, CURHPOTHING BUT PILES, Now Orleans Mnlulo Mttlu Hock Hot "Mr. Kirk, tho convention has adSprlnKi) nml icliitn In West Tcnncs-se- o journed; tho train for Washington A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 'JVxiu Arkmieiis .Mississippi from Baltimore hns just loft AnnapI'.nsvvn for Its years as tho BEST I.ouisiaim nnil tlio South nnd REMEDY FOR PILES.1.0118, olis Junction bearing that informatVrptrr.Url.lllllu.DtnM.TAYI.OUUI.U. to., tT SOUTH WEST. tion, nnd my nssistant has telegraphed mo tho ticket nominated." Tliollro is tliorniiglily cquipicil nnd In Ho hesitated, holding in his hand tho WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO s cnmlitlon, nd provides nn excelmysterious message, nnd then said, lent nrrmiKement In tlinoitml throni; ti curs C.M.I. OX "Tho ticket is Clay and Frolinghuy-bon- .' A rcATL'HK Ii tlio timo mid convenience John W. Kirk in Scribncr's. iccurcd by tlio Limited Kxpriss Trains. Only a nkiiit's hiiik between Kouiivillu 1 tho country's gratitude Tho necessity for dissimulation is now over. Democratic President whose hostility toward tho men who bore arms in tho defenso ot tho nation found expression in a long series of sneering and unmanly pension vetoes, has been elected. The House- is Democratic. Tho Senate, for mriny years the bulwark of Americanism, has been stormed by tho men whoso political principles are found in tho Tho comConfederate constitution. mand has gono forth that tho old soldier must be sacrificed. Tho New York Democratic organfl whoo rampant treason during the Rebellion forced tho government at Washington to order its temporary suppression, denounces the pension system as "a carnival of wrong nnd robbery," nnd shrieks frantically that Democratic it must bo chnnged. journnls in New Englnnd, in the Middle States and the West, echo the cry. Tho Bourbon organs of tho South are exultant in their triumph over the men they have never censed to hnte, nnd clamorous in their demand for the withdrawal of tho nation's bounty from them. Be it so. The Republican party will not shirk the issue. Tho Republican party has uo apology to make for saving the nation, no regre's for its generous treatment of the heroes who faced death under the Stars and Stripes. It will stand by princi-iplc- s now ns it stood by its guns duthe storm and stress when De ring mocrncy fought the Union armies in the field and treacherously assailed tho Union cause lroni the renr. Attempts to rob tho gray haired voter, ans of the hard won pittance that this mighty and prosperous nation the richest on earth has decreed shall be theirs, will meet with the determined resistance of the Republicans in the Fifty-thirIf projected Congress. Democratic schemes are carried out in spite of Republican opposition, the Republican party will appeal to the people nt the next general election to hurl from power the faction that refus.s bread to the men but for whose devotion tho United States be in existence, would not on d to-d- FOREST MUSINGS. lllephuiit 1'nlrs In India. roam la the pntliten wooda, Whor ntturolaclotliixi In Hi native nltlro; Tho groin carpet thnt covers the crouud Afford n delight thnt I never have found In coal1 temple or ullilul aplrc. t lore i lovc I k forest wild unit wide, I)y mo in' nature pluntcd tuiri tilled. Thrwc i K t cronu tnoDarclm sido liy si Jo Are iU rcr to mo thau the traplng nf pride van build. In the c jttlleit temples thnt in-.I Pclcnoe may bowl of her trcrwirea uf nrt has wrought nltli tho thUeluud That Hot Ml tho treasure Hut nrt can rexenl Touch not my heart re ith the I ipture I fid As I elt unit tnnso In tho tn Illicit hush. Ir.ish. Tho great fair in India for tho of elephants is held annually at Soucpuor, on tho Ganges, at tho timo that hundreds of thousands of pilgrims nssumblo thero to worship nt tho shrino of Siva nnd to batho in tho sacred river when the moon is full in the mouths of October nud November. Tho samo kind of thieving nnd swindling goes on ninong tho elephant dealers as among tho horey Bale r -- - - nS53BM j i. .il I ikI 11)4 Inatitfiii lmt It I, nut M rjiy to ilullnituUli tlia f of lha llirta Tumi. UiUi ! rc Yut pMllih-t- I i n il lew swiMin noinn lima ako. and attracted eon.i.!.rI.U ......i... . . " '" "OW . i iii Into new homes thosacomtltion luconnectlon with It. A. lha sola oMaLT .1 lo ...tttluM me who entered lha former competition A, .itl,e rcll. S Sluyof "Iho Ford liil ta.ia..u 1,1 uibr-isrToronl... Uina.la.viiere.lhey knon, palronl are Itfamil lo "daily I , rv r r Prize nexure ruzzie. r;crr.AAno.v b VT,",,mrTirnrrmr-MTm- M h """ 3W.,tr,I.JeldruKitindlead!nsbuiuieMhuiueienerallyifTvonto. ot...i..ntln.l.ion. .rWI V" ll Ibi fraternity. Elephants are brought nr ilSlll. o tin-tiy- '"' lf,n Ear-rlnK- a. 1 I - 1 "- a --. 11 I . r ! I 1 "- 11 wi-he- phizes foii each state. i 1 i - a' AXSr". .10tr.1r-en1nm.faEenuln- u'-e- Dnu-bign- . -- HiHi I i 111 -11 Tl) j5t(i)(lar(l asl istp, Iv-- . .. rn i - iii-- 1 - I I -i I r. Sens cf Veterans. 1 ST, .I'35VI1 MFCr. CO J. Jlatk tt Stoitlar, Your Favorite Homo Newspaper Forml Conrt-IIoitu- a THE REPUBLICAN fot-Tl- ip uorld-uid- r New York Weekly Tribune, lu y- - WHISKEY; re-ca- ll trade-mar- For Only $1.25 per HP u ...... .......... We furnish both Papers one year for $1.25, - mum nil i'MLEI HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, OiNTMENT: fj. mmm fieM. - - ivery gtafeto. VEHICLES, CARTS. flrst-clns- A Pootio Phantasy. Born of love and hope, ofecstacy and paiu, of agony aud fears, of tears and joy dowered with the wealth of two united hearts held in happy arras with lips upon lip's drifted font, blue veined and fair, where perfect form rocked by williug feet and wooed to shadowy shores of sleep by fliren mother singing soft aud low looking with wonder's wido aud staring eyes at common tilings of life and day taught by waut and wish nud contact with the things that touch tho disspled flesh of Imbed lured by light The soldier hating Democracy is in the saddle uud the assault on the Union Democracy has begun. The Copperheads of tho North, whose representatives nominated a Democratic candidate for President on a platform declaring tho war for the Union u failure, have united with tho Confederate Bourbons of tho South in demanding that tho payment of pensions shall bo cut down. Beforo tho election Democratic newspapers wero filled with hypocrit-ica- l assurances of affection for Union veterans and respect for their cluiius thousaudu of umbrellas, nnd thoro nro sign.4 in tho dry goods stores which road : "Umbrellas whilo you At tbo present timo thoro aro many largo factories Bending out VlillHHrrJil3nZfflflHBajMrHlK Umlirollu. C.Theo.Cain, and .Memphis, nnd the bc.-- t nud quickest servicobetttocn tho Uocltlcmvur tillered. W m nnd nil Tiukc t , Tl in tion minrid liy npiljin tn La77 t I ) Axent at lli'inrr llani.iir m J, ll.'l ieliciior informa- W.H.Proutv.Gen'l Fa::, ArtnLouisTille, Kr, Tliis is dono very neatly. Tho man in chargo of tho umbrolla department takes your old umbrolla, measures it, boleots n cover, disappears a moment, nnd returns with a now article which ho hnnds you. It Is tho old framo handnomoly fitted to n now silk of alpaca covor, as you may select, and you aro surprised that it should fit strango ribs so neatly. But thero seems to bo n por-fengreemont, which ls apparently a nico trick of tho umbrella trade. Potrolt Frco Press. wait." For the finest and Most Artistic Work, any size or style, FreJerica St. , between 3rd and 4th. Cm37 X. etrengtbened and enlarRCd. en . tans (topped, I.o Manhouil ItLkltire ' varicocele, weak back, lo of memory, dlirlur Mrrouyntss weaknen rarnl by tho I'ci. J Hy Itemedlr. Jl.oo per tox; six lixmf 15.(10. A written guarnnteo of euro Willi i lx Imxct. Send rtntnri fur tuirileiilani tn i WEAK AND UNDEVELOF;;. I y'MmXmLULm .W '.( , WFZr- - I . &2mmT i V. T"W IIarrli Jo Held HARRIS & REED, HARBEnS. Opposite Sul.or and near Clovorport Hotel, Clovorport, Ky. 800 Mortb Necoud Street, 1'lilln., . pexii citv mntui.vi. t.aiiikm ronr.r Kcedlnrr a tonic, or clilldrun Uon, nud liillouancsi. Ills that w ant building up, tlinuld tale IinOWJl'H IHOX IllTTEnS. pleasant to lako, eurei Malaria, Indigo All dcaln keep II. Dealer in Horsos, Buggies, Carriages, Iload Carts, Owensboro Wagons, TSaddlo or Harness Horses for sale or biro at all tiroeg.- -t