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OmCIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, T2RMS S1.25 Per Annum, !a Ate, 1 $1.25 per year. o..- - s R X. VOL. V. YDUandYOU cial to you and m benefi- It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike your children. Such is Scott's Emulsiou of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you Bcott's Kmulalon cure Coagtu, Colli, Conaumption, Scrofnla ana. all Anaemic and Waattaff Dlaeaaea. Pravanta waiting in cbJldrem. palatable na milk. Get only tae sranulnr. I'roparwt by Bontt A Bowne, ChnmlaU, Nw Turk, liold by mm . HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1892. NO. 19. lrtaundryinaidjs hope S3 -- ' r-"- FRONT of yw mfm ufjftit ri j 'K.lf.AA t.V ., .v t?' " WA is ftr Clsty RETTB' Stoap P fAJnd m a am) 7ff ves fcotli her time mdLvL sh,e')J find t her clothes vif !i a Offers a Complete Line DRY GOODS r, U '2.' ViM W S& ar JU-- T I W-- Jbnmanc glows vlna are &8er than thloss of her neighbor. It Ml? . I all DruftgUtj. Scptf Enatdon INSIDE THE EARTH, SEPTEMBER Murks the Opffiintc nf the FALL and WINTKU TRADE. We oiler lor your inspection a Tho Torriblo Fato of a Dar- ing Indian. n LARGE : STOCK )l mill Desirable. Goods New at I'liinanl lnt t'lKlrr-'droiiiu- .Miiflolroiii-t'arri- nl i',irl.t 'I no lliiiialrol iiimI I'lri.v l .tlllr. - ) SiiiitninVro C'iiom'ea. One of the mo3t remarkable subterranean waterways iu tlie woild RULE I was iceentlytlifcovcred in thenothern ranges of the Koeky Mountains in Muiilaiiu. An accident, which IMPORTED SUITINGS was the agen' proved futal to life, From the fashion ventre of Europe. cy by which the discovery was made. AMERICAN FA UllICS Two prospector-named respect In new anil beautiful pattern!. lively Phil llarnes and Piero Leger, a 'EXCLUSIVE DESIGN'S Flathead Indian guide named Klikat a pivot and constantly drifted in a digging a grave and burial and all Extracts From Town Tattler. In fall ami winter novelties. toI guess he's buried deeper that. I reckon I am asked more quesand aiysclf lelt Conner's Ferry on steadily accelerated tidal current ward the center, and here was the right now than most human beings tions pertaining to love and its necflie 7th day of August, und struck essary following than any other per4ur nniuc on niiy I'lirkMstc in r sins out in a uorthcaitcrnly direction, head-e- d most sturtliug featuie of this most get to be.'' We immediately retraced our steps son living, nnd can't, for the life of wonderful stream. LOWEST Prices IEST VALUES for for the peaks and canyons in the Iu tho very center of the deep a distauco of about five miles, and on me, sec wuy it it is, nave never 6,000 Fall ami Winter extreme northern range of the main water was a large citcular cavity, or reaching a lower altitude discovered entered the matrimonial l fold nor do divide of the Korkies. The purpose Cloaks, Latest Styles, funnel-ohapca great some very good passes leading to the I have any inclinations in that dircc. of my two white companions win to depression, We had decided to lion. It has only been a few duvs $2.60 to $Jfi each. "suck hole,1' iu fact fully 8 feet North-wes- t. prospect for valuable minerals in a abandon the main divide nnd proceed since I was asked the very pertinent of the country which few, if ncro.-- s al the surface, the water spinCo section ' any, white men hail ever before en- ning round and round, rushing to the Kootenai couutry and Koote- question; "Is marriage a failure? If '238 Fourth A v., Louiiville, Ky. downward with lightening speed. nai Lake iu British Columbia. Af- .o, why?'' As far as marriago being tered. My own object was to seek a failure, I don't see why it is, when riivertinn and adventure, and, being A tremendous force of gravity w.is ter many hardship and much roughat work in that awful pit of darkness. ing it through a wilderness hitherto it is a conimandmeut laid down by a newspaper man, to gather facts hitherto unknown ami make them In the center of this funnel was n almost unknown to civilized men wo our Creator, and wc have no right to .:..... :. r : i i - i public at my leisure. After w hip- great mats of suow.whitc foam, dan- at last i cached the south shore ot wiquiiu h. muiiiiigu iiuh oeen a inn-urwith me, but that doesn't necessiTwo of my pack cing und whirling and scattering Lake Kootenai. I.UL'INVII.I,t:,MT. l.i.UIN A TKX. K. K. ping, pushing anil pulling our pack lf Hakes of around the dark blue mules and my pony had died on the tate that it is a universal failure, nor mules through the almost boundless L..ii,i.le, St, Louis I Tex&s lilwij, wilderness of undergrowth, timber, rim af tho vortex. At intervals of journey, leaving us only one beast of does that signify that all who try gloomy canyons, craggy peaks and fifteen or twenty seconds there would burden, tho Indian's cnyuec, which I cannot marry. I don't think marriage HCIIKlil'I.K IN KHFKCT .NOV. I. 191. .No.M, drifts of snow, wc found ourselves, be n greater rush of water, the pillar bestrodo after Klikat's death, and the is a universal failure, but I know it is No.M, iiij. Daily. on tho -- 8th day of August accor- of foam would dissapcar with the in two horses ridden by Barnes and Le- a failure oa the part of certain indiwnsrimr.Ni'. 7.4.1a. m. (Up. in. I.T. I.oalillle viduals, and unhappily I am placed taken by creased speed of the current; then ger. II a. 111. 7.10 p. in. ding to the observations W.at r.int We found no human habitation on that list. It is the duty of every :IT . in. .07 p. in. Ilraade nburg me within twenty-fiv- e or thirty the roar would iucrenso iu volume, M ,,n. 1 17 p. n. another pillar of foam would form, near tho lake at the point where wc man to marry and when he docs Iltinlin atephsnsp.it leu . in. 511 p. m. miles of tho Canadian line and at an only to tlisajicar a few minutes latci struck its shores, other than the bur- marry it is his duty to place a high 10 lift. 111. 9,8 p.m. The nights altitude of 7,.'00 feet. Clot.rport 11:11. in. 10 10 p.m. were extremely cold and the peaks as the previous one had done. ntw.itlll It row of an old Indian doubtless a lu. estimate on the woman who has given . II M11. m. 10.M p.m. Lswiiport was a grand sight, a terrible sight. gitivc from justice. This aborigine up home, parents and loved ones for Owsnil-ir- o It. Ill p. in. 11:11 o. ra. that towered above our heads to the I glanced at my two friends, who, owned a large and very rudely struct-e- him. He should ever strive to make l."4 p. in. II. M p. m. Bpetlssilte VOl-f.I- l NIIir.OII'N an.l fonnmptlo eastward were covered with snow, 1:11 p. . It n a. ra. I if. Itsndsrion like myself, were electrified by this canoe, nnd as is was our desire to her happy should consult with her Cure ImolJ hyu- - on a guarantor. It cures while the days were unpleasantly, Will prnctlcohis profession In all the Courts at Sold ,y Z. Wayuo (irlltin A llro. .Nu. it, 'n. M, Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court or cross over to the west shore of the upon his business, and when despondinuiy Daily, almost scorciiingly hot between 10 o'- mighty friek of nature r.Arnoi'.Nii. A Free Trip to The World's Fair, Appeals. Hpeelnl attention glren to collection. "If I could find a ledge of quart lake, where some neb placer ground ent many cheering words she can ut7:13 a. in. 3:19p.m. .I.t. Ilendarsnn clock in the forenoon and 3 o'clock Office, over Williams, Ucll & Co'a drugstore. Spallavillr M7. m. 3'37 p. m. in the afternoon. with color iu it anywhere near by," had been reported, we rented the Inter. A man should never become so aud countless other attractive prem1ST, in. 4.1'. p.m. Oweiitiro t09n.ni, Sal p.m. l.ewlipor! It was noon of the day mentioned unserved Mr. Barues, " would erect dian's craft, owucr and all, and after absorbed in business as to, for oue iums, from a doll to a watch, bicycle, ...Via. in. 6:JOp.m aUweavillr above, Wc had come to a standstill, a stamp mill right here and drop n securing our horses and the mule in a moment, neglect the wants of his organ or rifle, are offered for a littlo 10 01 . in. Claterport .7 p. n, eWi-J-A iWirs 10 J a. in, 6,11 p. ro, unable to advance owing to the great horizontal wheel into that boiling retired spot with fairly good grass, we precious wife, for next to a mother's pleasant work near homo, by tho IHrplua.port M ""i VS" XKJ,J suck-holWIDE AWAKE. For full lrtlnglon ll.Oi a. m, 7.0 p, i. love comes your wife. A man should scott! wouldn't it started across the lake. "Great perpendicular clifls iu front of us and 11 .Irandrnlairg a. in. 7.11 p. m, f though." Just before sundown wo anchored treat his wife, not as a slavc.butasnn particulars, free, address W. F. KelWaal Taint IiM i, in, I 03 p. m. to the right. On our lull was a crag- spin I rather thought it would, but at on tho we.--t shorn nnd pulled the ca- object of mercy, and strive ever to bo logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. '10 lm l.io p.m. .0t p. ra. gy precipice about 10 feet high, overAt. ..oulitllli, . . m that moment my attention was sudden- noe out of the water. A strong with her as much as possible. Don't aw StansfjaaaaWnL! Nlnliili'a Vltuliur ifMlini )ou ncl for tintp T.aln. No. 31 ami fin. 31 make connection al hanging a roaring stream and extendiMltiglon (riunday aicrptrd) with trains nn ly nnd shockingly attracted to Klikat, breeze was drawing down over tho forget the promises you made her IiihIiiohi, nn.l nil ayiiitoma ing fully two miles to the South. rl l))H-p-ia- , Trice lu 73 llsrliaaburr a Weitcrn ) I!,, rail and who had been lying about 8 feet awny water from tho North-we- st marriage, anil always do as you M'njnoOrlffinA llro. nnd eta per Utile ut Z. a very tho torrent und its locky-be- d writ l.iund. For further information, adirreia . II. 0, MORDl'l., lien. IVr Ag't. unusual thing, by the way. Wo nt promised. was a still higher piecipicc. We on my left. There was a low, grumbCroup, Whooping 'inilinn. IlronchllMninio ..ulsvillo, Ky. iliutrly relieved liy&lmoira Cure, At Z.W.lJrlflin could hear the noisy stream as it ling sound, and then a mass of shelv onco begau preparations for a camp-firT II ro ,'a Unitf Store. Tho cheery voice of a pleasant-fac- ed under right Klikat and it was while in tho act of ran frantically down the Ftecps from ing rock broke loose and fell with a fearful gathering dry driftwood along tho litllo girl broke the monotony the melting snow on the distant peaks. NO CREEK. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Hut wc could hear still mure than tho crash into tho edgo of tho whirling shore that Leger discovered a very of my bachelor hall oue cveuiug not Nov. 28. The farmers arc busy I started to my feel just as I ghastly object lying in the water with- long since, and opening the door, awash of tho running stream. As pool. hauling coal and gathering corn. Is prepared to do all kinds o! bounded gnyly into my roum, and be- we stood (hero looking vainly around caw the Indian making frantic efforts in 0 feet of land. Tobacco is selling at good prices. Dental work at reasonable prices. But It was the corpse of a man an In- Lg.in talking so intertaiuingly that 1 for some opening by which we might to cling to the edge of the cliU. 0. T. Baird, who has been very low his hold was too slight and the rock dian. actually forget my ancient appearadvance there came to our ears a with typhoid, we are glad to state, is Without Leger at once called in to him, and ance, ami 1 was made to feel as improving. deep, roaring sound, alternating in crunib'cd under his grasp. We hope to Kce him out My force, stronger and weaker at inter- uttering word or sound of any kind, together wo tlraggcd the body ashore. though I was young once more. again soon. vals f a few seconds. It camo in Klikat fell headlong into the mad The face of tho dead was badly bruis- juvenile feelings were again revived J. D. Chapman and his mother, ed and torn ami utterly disfigured. aim i was in.Kio to teel mat liM was Mrs. Elizabeth jarring Bounds, with a volume like water beneath. Chapman, havo moved Altera few seconds ho came to tho Tho body was very much bloated, worth living. She stayed a consider- to thunder. For some minutes we listen., Stanley, Daviess county. Wo recd iu silence. Then Klikat spoke: surface. Barnes rushed to one of the too, und all wo could see for a cer- able tune, ami told me iu her tweot gret very much to lose John, but what for a rope, but it was too tainty was that tho corpso was the re- little, way all about her dolls, pels,aiid "Me kuow what him is," he said, pack-mulis our loss is somo other's gnin, eo wo other trinkets of childish delight. I lute. Thrco, four, five times did mains of an Indian. with a pleased air of comprehension wish him a happy and successful Ii o "Hira is Water.' Klikat swim around in a spiral course "Hold on!" suddenly exclaimed was so awakened from my legthargy in his now home. Him heap water run to hell and put that gradually drew nearer the center Barnes, as he bent over the dead body that I arose and looked for something J. E. McCnrmii-- left last week for of the great funnel, at the samo timo and please the happy little creature, and PLEASflHT ttCutiOalda,CovriullnnrMtOrn.tBan.A out the dovils camp fire." cut some thing from the neck a to St. Louis, Mo., whero ho expects to U. WbaeplU OoaB. BreaihtUl aal Aitkau. not beiug successful in this, 1 told her lairtala aura Tor Caiamatiaa la Irat atofaa, aa4 "Big hole in the water," I echoed. making frantic eflorts to swim out of piece of ragged clotu. "By !" ho his future home. make uaa at aaaa. rillaf la alTaiaal itaxta. Viurt But it was labor lost. tha auillaat affirt afUr Ukiac u I had nothing that would please her, With a cried, ns he raised himself "What do you mean by that, Kli- it. Born, to the wife of J. N. Sander-f- ur erect and Bali W i.alan itnt Jom.casta aal II M. narrwaara. Sue iMf' ir n she told me she was as happy as movement that looked like astiddon held tkotUM on the 27lh, a fino boy; weigh', kat?" THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND up tho article mentioned. "This and LEW AND MV COMPLEXION 13 BErTEH. twist ho shot into tho very center of is the remnant of Dr. McCormick attend"You come look," ho said, advanmy silk bandker-- i a' lark and didn't want anything, but 11 pounds. STntlr on aM?tor Slid U. nlMaant lavaltha stomach, tin fmJ kUllfVLuri !' "'a Tl.l .Ij.k Sam. For ono brief moment chief which I gave to wanted me not to look so sail. Littlo ing physician. lutda from ierbs, and is prepared forms as null as cing to tho edge of tho precipice and tho vortex. poor Klikat to BtT IJ IIV1UTT. aott is iniTitr. Jt IS Caaja4$3 he spun around like a top, and then did she know what was going on in throwing himself flat on the rock, Nl.i:i:iM:SSMUIir nnti mU.r.iMd cover tho gash ho cut on his neck by mind o mid that terrible coutih. Nluluh'a Cure tho remewith his head and shoulders hanging down he went with the pillar of foam, that dead limb ono day do you te- - my soul, for her youu t AlldrugglitasellltatCOc.andfl0aapacka2e. not readily grasp tho situation, but dy fur nu. Kor sale by Z, Wn)no (Irltltn & llro. Tnueauniiti.'etlt.senitTourailiriss lur ireeaaluule. out of sight into tho bowels of tho nicmbei? '.not', rarnllr "Ugh!" ho exclaimed. And sec! Right hero iu oyer. th li.wtla.urli In mm riobe iirniiii J. uv.i llil, l.nn riry. a.lili tutearth and the darkness of death. UUATUU I'.MUOlnVAlU). 1AKO...S. YOU WANT.TOMAItKY, or do you heap mad this corner is my monogram 'P. II.' sho seemed lo realize that it was no DO isli loiters from and ladles pleasure to grow old, and crawling nfcullure soclulmeans Irom all ap For sonio seconds it seemd as if tho Him funny. Water go in ground; worked in silk. and over the. country? upon my kueo she placed her hands Ilio, Jut if nd ono ten cents and rccYlvaa copy of CREAM great ravenous tunnel had been satinever come out." 1 Wo all recognized tho It was so. f tut l!tlT against my faco and said: "Oh, why thiielej;.mt matrimonial uiier called Oatkoi The cavity filled with water silken rag, and we all Following Kliklat's example, I ated. llLossom. wljichwill aflord you mora healthful know that the sad? Why don't you be gay e ijoymont than ) ou hare had for many a day: each are you But it was short ea-- . corpse before us was the cautiously approached tin edgo of the and was silent. dead body of number contains hundreds of letters Irom ' projectingrock, throw myself on the tiety. It quickly opened its dark ami Klikat, who had fallen into tho tun- like me? Don't you see I havo fun," ladles aud KeulltiiHiiKantingcnrreipondeiita younjf YEARS from OR MsUM Sr4aTS Dowu ehe jumbed and hummed a those of the opposite sex; If there la a man or unfathomable depths again as wide as nel of that awful subterranean river, Has led all Worm Remedies. ground, face downward, and peered before, and gave out a snore woman who lias not found hla or her affinity that fully 250 miles away, far up iu the beautiful melody, brushing out of tho hero's the golden opportunity. Address Osasus down from its dizzy height. Barnes EVERY COTTLE GUARANTEED. room, saying Bbe would come to sto lossovi, room 13, II Iioylston atrert, Unston, made the very mountains trciuhler. and Lcgcr did likewise. EVliltYWIIKKE. ! SOLD Uockics of Norther Montana. And me mtiuwHM.TittPn"". ri).,T.tun. 38 ly, Oh, how I Mais, again right soon. Cautiously wo three wi'oTetv from yet here win his corpse, drifted ashoro It was a curious and long for tho day to come when sho of the precipice. It certain" sight that wo beheld. Straight down the edge or the I.IQU3K on this lake, between which in tho will again nrouso my feelings as sho IMU.VKJI.VtNS, IS THE BIST. 21 W" IIAHIT Cured nt Home III TenUnya below us there was a deep pool, or ly was not a safe place to linger. "big by ntlmliilatrrlna' lr. llnlnrV there is not tho did ou that occasion. 75,00 to lake, about a quarter of an acre in "Well," remarked Leger with a ,ie- "'' aa.n... Uoldeu Npeclllr. iiu wi"a, ariUTasa. aii so-- J Kor ' pr.f.rr.J who tan furnlih ahoraa ami jlraj th.lr area and inclosed ou three sides by sigh- - -- for he had been rather fond of slightest connection, so far as the eye I'laaU-r- luum lack, aide oruheat.iHeSlilloli'a pofon uviUt!lHORSAI-F.BT'- It cnuboiiiicii lu a uKi"! of beor ncupofcoffee Price 23 conN. Hold by Z, Wayne (Irilll hold limn to Ilia LiuiniH. Hpara motnanla or tea, or lulood, without tho knowledge, of tho How camo be to Lako A llro, Indian "that's tho can see. the nay b profllaUj rinplojrd alio. Afaw Taoanclaa high walls or eternal rock, thus forputirnt. It is absolutely harmless, und will affect lb towna and citlaa. B. F. JOI1NMOW ak f ming ir perpetual and insurmountalast we'll ever see of poor Klikat." Kootenai, and how long had ho been CniiKlilnir l.rntlH to Coiii,niitlo. a permanent and speedy cure, whether the II. A. L07sE.IEI.itCO,, Main at., Richmond, Va. Jdlli aid laatnodcreratedrinkerorAiialcohollowrrek. ble barrier to the passage of water beKt'iiip'j BiNmnetnpM tho cough at once, ''Yes,'' observed Barnes. "But if there? Wholesale Doalera, - aa It haa been given In a thousand cases, and in evyond this spot. The noisy mountain the fates had decided that his time CLEVELAND, O We buried poor Klikat on a bit of Cutanh Cured, health and iwcet breath eta ery case a perfect cure Ins followed, Itueier cured l.yShlloh'a Catarrh Iteinedy. I'rlce W falls. The system once Impregnated with tho stream poured great volumes of spark- was up, why ho had to go. It was rising ground about 00 340 Superior St. Man r Parsons aecifle, it becomes an utter Impossibility for tho yards from tl e ,Nai il Injector freo at Z. Wane Orillln Ur as as. a . m trt bruVan down l.tni orarwork or bouaahold ling water into tho natural basin certainly kind of them to take him liUorapH'tita to exist. Cures guarnterd, 18 arei Brown's Iron Dltters and then lost itself. Tho water in off in that expeditious and business-lik- e lako shore, mid Phil Barnes arsistcd I.iiiiit'a uitsllclnea niuiri the Uove pago liook of particulars free. Address the (101,1). Nbullda tha ayitom, alda dUtatloa, raiuoTta at Ilia NewinaiMtr AiIvmi ilny. KNNI'ECiriO CO, 1K3 BACK Ntieet the pool swung rapidly around as on txw of Uk. aua turi uaUtb. Ut tho (cuuiaa. manner, saving us the troublo of in digging and filling iu the grave. Ohio, In order lo Im lic.ilthy till, l neueaiary, -- Tory Reawnablo Frioei nun at inn m Dry Goods, Roots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, &c, at cost in order to close out that line. Come early and get Bargains as the Slaughter Sale will last only a few weeks. OVERCOATS, Come and get Bargains,. for they will not last long at the prices we arc selling them. RATS. Well, just step in and sec and you will surely buy. Ve have a fine selected stock. THE RED FRONT also carries a complete line of Groceries. o'nnrlc Produce of kinds taken in exchange for &wwvio. ATCOST! RED FRONT & CO. f !' . Ym7' m ..t V mmkwytm W& 'rAXN. V, s'? x 1RETT3 SOAP i i ' 7i , : JIirnfcti.: i cn'yl" MIRBAKK&Ca, 3T. LJUI3. zr' n ii yA i i tz tv v C !t.l w l at & r"fc- - v, i 'jrvt ,.1'iH J.?A i7t'JI i mi 1 r iim C.E. Overstreet & I Ufa hi I c it.-e- PROFESSIONAL CARD. There nre neckties galore. They exist iu many shapes and all colors. Different kind of tics, it seems, are ATTORNEY AT LAW, worn by different raco of humanity. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. The negro, for instance, generally appear in a flowery red article that a. m inn. J. n.r.!Dicj. shines afar. This is good taste, howlaCism-w-y-ojirever, for red makes a striking contrast with black. The redder tho tie and HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's llaunr.) tho blacker the negro, the more pleasWill practice their profusion In all tlie ing the elfect. A more beautiful Ohio nnd ndjoiaincnuntie, nnd court of courts o Appeala Special .mention given to criminal practice and sight cannot be seen, than that of the collection!, intilj ....... colored gentleman attired in tight fitting uneven tannables to show oil CTames -- A.. more decidedly the size ami symmetry of his No. 12 Congress gaiter, adornHARTFORD, KY. ed with a vermillion hued necktio all Will practice hla profession in Ohio and adjoinover his breaBt, and n large sunflower ing counties, and tho court of Appeali. bpecia nttrntionffiven to collection!. as his button-holboquet. Office north Bide putlic square. y2 71y We wish, however, to mnko spe cial mention of tho Court Necktie. n. D. ItlNOO. E. V. GUFFV. The court tie is principally worn by a cSc King-- , species of biped, named lawyer. It consists of a large strip of black silk about one inch wide, ami is intended Will practice In all comts of Ohio and inljoining and In and Court of Apto be tied around tho collar in a bow. rountlis,Collection SUipi rlnr Court hiilnca attended nnd all legal peals. to. Offiec, No, 3,'J i:, Market itlIartford, Ky. Tho proper place for the bow to appear is directly under the chin over tho collar button. As a general thing however it is worn by the gentleman ATTORNEY AT LAW, of the legal fraternity under the car or the back of tho neck. Occasionally it climbs on top of the collar and 12-1- 2. instead of having a horozontal posi"Vsred.d.irLg', tion, assumes a perpendicular one, or else is turned up side down and wrong side out. When it appears early in (Ottlco in Cromlcr Ilulldlng.) the morning on tho neck of your digWill practici his profession In all the courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties. nified attorney it has a fine appearAlso Xotnry l'nlilio v2nUly ance. Towards evening it becomes rumpled aud crumpled and is all broken up. And yet we say long live the :MI. Xj Court Necktie. Rouin Hood. ATTORNEY AT LAW, - Court Neckties. - J. . Attorney at Law, Smitli, e O-iaff- y Attorneys at Law. Perry "Westerfield Rosine, 3ELy. Heavrin, Attorney at Law, aStai d Hartford, Ky. Ii H. W sbsV . (MM ..mils-slll- 1k-yo- be-lo- ro e, DENTIST. es IHf lu3Kwn fiaj - ICaaVi WORMS! WHITE'S I LANE'SMEDICINE -- y. VMMJlilfiE 20 S 1 Twt awo-taspir- iug JJ50,00ior"'. T.rJ (wHH?l.H'RtcW . good-natur- ed Agents Wanted! tsnntilstnl-nilaJrlah- Cincin-natt- l, IOH. our aulhorlwd Maua To totri (he prcbltm Tho sugcstion on ur side walks. May thu good littlo surprised and notn littlo pleased Ing more effective. A Bargain. requires thought met with thu npprovnl of n number woi! continue until they are all that I now have for salo two fino blond-- 1 Hut tbu slnirlo fact of the teachers present and 'twas decd raco horses. Ono of them is Tom they should bo. is known to many KVEIIY FRIDAY MOKNIMU. PUBLISHKD that Dr. Fenner's Nichols, tho celebrated thoroughcided to inaugurnto it nt tho next Our school, in charge of Prof. E. Gulden Relict cures After describing Columbus Day ox-- , meeting of tho County Association. It. I lay and Miss Dora E. Gibson, is bred stallion, and thu other is Dull 1 1 Consumption. Proprietor. Eilltor ni JO. B. ROUEUN, docs It every ttmo Func, u thoroughbred r.icu hoiK,liuth crcise at tho Central Normal College, Miss Lucy Townseud, Prof. J. W. inn flourishing condition. Woliopo an J In ecry cue, Lytic nnd tho Secretary were appoint- soo'i to establish a graded school and Roth horses the writer says: when used befors of national reputation. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1892. "At tho close of the exercises hero ed to draft a program and name the thu indications nro that wo will hao tho lungs h&TO be- - nro sure foal getters and can show ns comotoofardlsorpinlicd. Hero' a typical casos everybody repaired to the public date for the next meeting. Thcro littlo opposition in duing so, nsthuro Mm Jones, aged SO, has lost 23 pounds, checks fine a lot of colts ns was ever seen Tub Christmas number of Fetteis school building, where tho township being no other business to transact Hush"! coughs and raises all tho wido-spro- ad interest in favor bars time; "beetle returned front tho South, nuywhero. These horses must nud exercises were to take place. Thoso after a beautiful Vocal Quartet by is a has Juit th Southern Magazino is a beauty. j where aho spent tho winter. Did not Improve. will be sold at n bargain, so if you exercises were exactly the program of tho movement. She takes 5 drops of Dr. Fenner's Golden lie- and given in the September number at the Messrs. Nelson, Foster, Mrs. S. A. Williams and littlo lief, on a small lump of suwar, onco In S hours. want to buy, do so ut once. Call on Mit. BhxD. Rimjo, of tho Hurt educational Courant, of Louisville, Birkshirc the body adjourned to meet Improvement begins at once. In 5 weeks sht or udtlreediiie at Reaver Dam, Ky. ford Herald, will bo married DecemKy. They were well rendered, nnd again tho first Saturday iu January. daughter, Cecil, of Hartford, nro has galnid 10 pounds. In 6 weeks cho weighs 17 tf HoitACi: DAitNiy. of ber the 14th to Miss Emma Ryan, visiting her sister, Miss Gibson, and 130 and Is CtmtD. Tho remedy Is a SrrciriO were enjoyed by tho audience." O. M. Siiui.tz, Pros. No Inflammation, no soreIn iNrLAUUATioH. liOgan county. m friends bore this weok. ness, no consumption. Thus It cures n long list Dora E. Giiison, Scc'y. Miss Murrol Butlor, of Morgan-tow- n, of ailments from a common kore throat, to a For Salo! LOUISVILLE. grave bronchitis, asthma and consumption, Those who claim to know.say that NOTES, A good strong wagon, "Mitchell is tho guest of Attyo and Sadie from a toothacho toopravjucmalgli, from Editoii Repuiiucan. I left Ro-siwill be exthe L. H. & W. R. R. The Association regretted that oflico headachs to a gravo rheumatism anda from make," or will exchange for corn or Austin. on tho Stli of November for summer complaint to a gravo dysentery, choltended to Hartford within the next duties prevented the attendance of Casi:iiii:k & Dimrax, Mrs. Phocian MoKunnoy, who has era or flux. This wldo rango of application has hay. Louisville, returning to our school. So mote it be. two years. Supt. Rogers. somotlmrs unjustly caused It to be dubbed a 2t Hartford, Ky. bucu sick for several days, is improvThis boing election day, of course I "ourealL" Dut It Isn't. It cures one disease Miss Maggie Nail rendered vohia-'bi- c and that Is inflammation. Inflammation cannot ing. Mrs. Maky Frame, a woman of found things at a maximum pitch; presence and that "icJcit thtprtb-Inn.- " exist In Its assistance in the music furnished. One tablespoonful dose curea I. a Grlppo. talent and education, of Richmond, only lasted a short while, howoor, In business circles thero is 'Teat TAX-PAYER- S! It never disappoints. Contains no opiates, narShe is an excellent instructor and, has announced that the world is as tho election is all ovor everything Ind., activity. Thero has boon a largor cotics or mineral roljons. I'erfeotly safe. Money refunded If satisfaction not given. Tak moreover, iier work is appreciated. to corao to an end in 1809. delivery of tobacco than l.as ever home a bottlo roigns quiet, except office appliThe teachers felt complimented by been known at this place before. innumera-bl- o. Jay Gould, the great railroad cants which seems to be faMEETS ALL DAILY Tho result of tho election is tho presence of so many of thu citi- The shipping of stock, too, has been magnate, who for years has controled Your presence is very groat. zens of Hartford. indued a surpriso to most ovoryono. the money, and largely the other The general health of tho town and I, having boon confined closely in encouraging aud tho teachers will tic markets of tho world, died at his depplcacd to have you with them again. community is very good. G. York City, on the 3d school, havo heard but little gossip. home in New Some one said that he "had enough inst.He is said to be worth $100, 000, Wo havo a very fine school with Another Shooting. a fino faculty. Our boarding liouso of school during the week without 000. TO ALL. Last Saturday night about 11 Is easily earned by am one of eilhiT ' In any Was part of the country, who Is "Mine to work liulu. is nlso elegant, run by our Ohio thinking of it on Saturday. wc furul.li. ' Puoe.O.M. Siiultz's talk Saturday county friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. ; he a true teacher or a person having o'clock Gordon Patterson shot and trlously ut the empli)imnt uhlcli mi run wi 1 he labor U light and plenum!, and is out risk whatever. Association, on W. charge of a school for "revenue ou dangerously, if not fatally wounded you can give the We lit juii trial iiitniililr,o Hint in the Teachers u lllmut e Yp iie bti'lm s n Raloy; has quite a number of Charles Rossnu near Cane Ford, in toourn'ir. Fortliu.f llllii)Mliu lillli'url., "Can't, Can and Will," was a happy boardors all of whom satisfied. No ono ly?" ox mil nurk tills U the grandct nirer in ule. Rosson iu compaaIldnv,or In tlioiwnlng ouh. If ou an1 im were in who hit. Those teachers to-vombc- r. One is inclined to nsk, "Arc horse Grayson county, ptoed, unit hate n feu pun hour ut jmir ills, has an occasion to leave this house, ALIKE. jio'iil, Millie the mid nd In Miur income, town but absent fromthe meeting weie oxcopt one who is prone to be somesales of more vita! importance to ny with two young men by thu nuiim our burlucM will mi, Interim1 ul nil. win III not J V atHit inpMIti and rae on the he nt treated to a happy, though kindly what boisterous, then ho is only askteachers than seeking to devise ways of Kell and Tutistall had gono to bv minimi) on ntin.artiirt ir upnti ililt ir, iU) In mid w liich iloll liil from the in mi roasting. and means for n better development tho house of a Mrs. Patterson, thu d i) out. Kvhi hrgliiiurs run the nunc lir.t hour. Anyotieeui SPKCIAL ATTENTION ed to let some quiet man take his mother of tho boy, when n quarrel fill. You ulioutd try nothing il' until )ou ur ou eim Though small in uumber, the placo. By tliis moans they have al- of the human intellect, a broader ex- ensued, Rosson was ordered out of for ourielf whit capital do at the hu'InrM wlilili weotFir. No Womtii nri gr.ind workers; noadij thev in ikr ii" much Given to the Traveling most exclusively what maybo termed pansion of the soul?" County Association held at the Coleo rhry liouM llil tniliu-the house and went, and while linin i. imn. ipted lo them. IrWrite nl one, , itnl Itn- lor No part of the exercises were more will ad I room witii Dr. lege Hall on last Saturday, was no soloct boardors. gering at the door young Patterson, ;uur;cir. Adiln.i II. IIAI.I.IIIT A CO, Me. Public. S. C. l!i hsii, I'oriluiid, doubt one of tho most successful J. C. Pannonborg, V. S., of 111. Live heartily enjoyed than the instrumenwho is only eighteen, shot him in Sheriff Ohio Co. The Doctor is tal selection rendered by Miss Verda educational meetings ever held in the Stock Association. the head with a shot gun. By the asmon of our Duke. Her renditions are charactercounty. Let tho good work go on. ono of tho first-cla- ss sistance of Eoll and a Mr. Brateher, The next meeting is announced for school. Comes well recommended by ized by her matchless power of exlhing near, ho was taken to n neighpression nud skillful execution. first-cla- ss men of Rock- the 1st Saturday in January and the a number of Stitement i Twentieth Sd-AsmThe teachers who came to draw boring bouse, where ho now lies in The Doctor reford and Chicago. program will be out in ample time. -a critical condition. 01' THE- box from his tlicir month's wages, perhaps felt they ceived a thanksgiving Dr. Ed. Ford was called on Sun- A roruLAR young lady in Evans-ville'- a wife and friends, Mcllie and Kato. had discharged their whole duty when FOR THE- nnng anil succeeded in pick society had a wayward lover, Tho box contained quite a number they had signed the receipt in the (la.v N UK fifty-thr- ee Iess tll! shot ,' otlt and attempted to reform him by don-in- g of eatables, which was as fino as Superintendent's oflice and endorsed At I he Clour nl IIiiiIiickk, Jmir ins ietr. nroast. Kosson male attire and hunting him up could be is He invited the check and received the money. irom an, i sir.;, gotton up. of nr and a at his favorite resorts, but the police Drs. Conoll, Cranford and Magan,of Did no thought of obligations to pa about thirty years RESOURCES. brother to Prof. Jesse Rossou, a forappeared on the scene and broke into tron.j, pupils, trustees, SuperintendTexas, to take supper with him and Dills discounted AND- S.W.317.0H her arrangements by placing her under ent and self, suggest itself at the ring- mer teaelior iu Hartford Colleiro, as to what a nice timo we had was Real estate .'1,000. O0 aud also to Wallace Rossou, mering of the College bell? arrest. Beware, young ladies, if you Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 explained by the .timo we got up i i i i have a wayward lover, "shifthim." It is said ho now Let every teacher of the countv, chant at Trisler. Ronds 1,:U1.G7 next morning. However, Dr. nl1 ,!'en dai tho role of blind t- iwho was absent Saturday, subscribe Debts in suit 74:i..1 up in time to perform got The various Democratic papers are Caih on huiiihVin otherb'ks to the pledge made by those present ' Kr anil is quarrelsome when drink. first-clas- s now claiming that the Republican tho difficut operation in surgery, of nt the meeting: "I shall do all in ing. We le.trn Patterson gave himsior,82;5.oy Senate should pass the Tariff legisla- which ho seems to be almost an exmy power to make the Teachers' self up on Monday. LIARILITIES. tion promised the people in the Chi pert. Everything has gone smoothly County Association n success.'' D. m Capital stock SM.OOO.OO District TeachorsAssociation. cago platform and thus assume the in our school except an overcoat Deposits 70,7!)S.'J0 The Teachers Association of the for the miserable pol- thief made a raid on tho boys and responsibility SHINKLE CHAPEL Due other Ranks 15.05 District will Dec. 5. Tobacco stripping and de- Hartford Magisterial icy advocated in that wonderful adstole several overcoats, but as a reDividend per cl.decl.ircd 1,1200.00 dition to political history. The Dem- ward for that ho was lodged in jail, livering is the order of the day. Fund to pav taxes 12J.J.00 IV meet at Beaver Dam Saturday, Dec. FOR THE PRICE- 1'rolit and loss ocracy is afraid to assume the respon-siblit- y nud tho boys found their coats in u bacco is selling very well on au av- 17th,at 10 o'clock, a, m. o.MI.Sl PnooitM. of carrying out its own promerage about 80 per hundred, B. W. pawn shop. Organization. Opening remarks No wonder. It would ruin ises. i E. C. Woodward is having n grand any party to do so. County Teachers' Associa- improvement made to his house by J. by the Chairman. I, S. K. Cox, nveur the above to Address Prof. E. It. Ilay. T. Nimmo. I. tion. bt, correct. The suggestion for a Reading Club Noon Itix'ta-j- . ee Pursuant to call made by Supt. It seems that the Bedn K. Cox, l,itiii)i:.M'. o. among the teachers of the county, is Rogers several teachers of the county must pay very well, ns there has been Methods of Teaching Geography or-de- rs '. P IUkki, I'rc.t, ,ltg, II. ltiitr, The Ohio County met at tho College Hall, Saturday, four or five all ready asking for it. very opportune. and History J. M. Poiter and S. C. Sworn to before me" this June .'10, Teachers Institute, no doubt has one 3rd, at 10 a. m, Mr. O. M. Shultz We are having a progressive school Stevens. 18!U. A.T.X.u.i., D.C.O.C.C. Of tho Condition of the of the best libraries in the State, but was made Temporary Chairman aud taught by J. L. Elmore; it seems that Our Schools A. L?c Dennett. the vast majority of the books lie idle Miss Dora E. Gibson,Temporary Sec- he is liked by nil. Primary Work Mi-f- s Dora Gib A semiannual dividend of 1,00 throughout the year and are never retary. per share was thiy day declared, payThere being so few present Died, Mrs. Margaret Simmons on son nnd Katie Coombes, able on and after July 5, lbll'2. read. A Reading Club iu connection the meeting adjourned until 1 o'clock Friday morning, Dec. 2. Address-Pr- of. J. W. Lytic. with the library would be a great p. m. How to make our Association SucWhere is she, Oh, thought sublime, incentive to more thorough and syscessful Richard Foster. At the appointed hour Mr. Shultz Ulest be the happiness that's sown At tho Close of Business tematic preparation on the part of called the meeting to order. In every heart within which dwells Address J. D. Wilson. A perOctobor 8, 1892. the teachers, thereby insuring in their manent organization was effected, Mr. The love of mother nud of home. Short Speeches by E. K. Shultz, RESOURCES. DETTER KNOWN AS THE work greater satisfaction and greater Shultz being elected President of the I). D. Ithoads nud others. The love of wife is not the love S 17,271.17 Notes and Dills benefits to their pupils. That children know as mother's own. The patrons nud friends of educaAssociation, Miss Dora E. Gibson, ;,000.00 Real Estnte.... A mother's love, the truest love tion generally are invited to attend. Secretary, nnd Miss Lucy B. Town- sl.oOO.OO Its depths by none save her is known. Let every teacher come, feeliii'' Furniture nnd Fixtures.. Since Mr. Cleveland has been The inaugural reend; Treasurer. ," l".07 Expends second time elected President for the Where mother is.if she's in heaven? that in a great measure we are depen- Cu?h on Hand aud iu other marks of the President were well le- 4- Newly Furnished. has grown quite brave. It will be Rates Si - 00 per day. 4 he Meals 25c- To linger near her, we arc prone, .'59,'27l,.'J3 Ranks Xo dent upon them for success, ceived, pertaining as they did to the remembered that thirty years ago he With joys supreme contentments East side Frolerieu, between Main nnd the River, Owensboro, Ky. teacher, who loves his woik and desetimportance of the proposed work, reigns was afraid to shoulder his gun and 8J2,oS'J,22 benefits to be derived All earth seems bright with such a sires success can stav away. MJiS. Oil AS. MOBY, MHS. C. K. WILLIKGHAMJ'vops. he ting forth tho the South so oil to march LIADILIT1ES. O.M. Siiui.tz. Respectfully, home. of earnfrom the hearty . hired a substitute to do that for him, 823,000.00 m Capital Stock & est teachers in such an organization. Where mother is.if sheV in heaven? 20.00 Due Ranks.. College Happenings. but since the 8th ult., he has become Dr. Alexander's address, "Why O'er earth her children sadly roam Since our last report death has Interest and Exchange. . . . so heroic as to shoulder his gun and With yearn'gs for that happy world Wc Fail" should have been heard by S02.:il visited our school and taken from us invade Virginia. But if we are to 2.2:0.00 Surplus Fund'. The Where mother is.our final home. every teacher of the county. In the latter Deposit Account one of our members. judge the case by its results, it ap00,708..'52 Goon Lick. grand truths, logically enunciated, pears that tho advantage lies with part of last Soptembor Mr. Seth could not fail to win the approbation 81)2,580.22 8100 Reward 100 the substitute, for while it was not Swan, a young man about eighteen zealous workers in of the faithful, Tho renders of this paper will be years of ago, of Henderson county, In submitting this no beg to state against the law for him to shoot rebels ourrauks, norcould they fail to strike pleased to learn that there is at least Clev3 finds himself arrested for shootcame to this town to attend school. that our business has steadily grown also with telling effect, thoso who, each month sinco our opening, and one dreaded disease that science lias Ho matriculated and was at his reciin the Old Dominion. ing game by tho mot careful, watchfulness nnd themselves, acknowledge they are been able to cure m nil its stages, tation only one days, when he a strict observoncc ofthe principles of James McGinnis, of failure iu the profession of teaching. and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh was taken sick and was called upon the most conse'rvutivo Ranking, we .President offniluro Oweusboro, has published the pro- Ho said, "The chief cause Curo is the only positive cure known to give up tho work that he had only hope not only to extend our ucqunint is, they do not make their work pargram of the meeting of the County and to the inedic.il fraternity. Catarrh just began. Ho lay upon his bod of unce, but to prove oureelves worthy causis beinjr so liberal City Superintendents Union, which is amount above all else." Other being n constitutional disease, requires pain and suffering for eight long tho confidence that ly reposed iu u. on the 2!)tb es mentioned were, lack of system, a constitutional to be held at Louisville Hall's weeks, when on Inst Monday ufter-noo- n treatment. We are here tn accommodate the && and 30th, inst. The session prom- lack of discipline, lack of qualifica- Catarrh cure is taken internally, ac about four o'clock God relieved people, each and eveiy business, His adtion aud lack of ises to be a very interesting one, as ting directly upon the blood and him of his suffeiings by taking his courtesy shall ho extended to them, ,D. DRIVER, Manager. much food for thought Oppoeite Citv Scales. tho subjects for discussion tiro live dress lnruishcd mucous surfaces of tho system, there- soul from this mortal world to its eter- but in no cam shall safety be sacriNVcdoworkas cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and ficed for friendship or to obtain buswhom they arc and interspersed, as it was, with by destroying the foundation of tho and the gentlemen to nal home in heaven. Mr. Swan bore iness. Jon.v II.Raiisks, Cashier. rcpaintmg'doiio promptly. Give us 11 call. DUGGIES FROM $!)5 Ul'. assigued arc among our ablest school laughable persoual reminiscences it disease, and giving the patient strength his severe nillictiou without a niur-mproved a most valuable nnd interestmen. This organization, which was by building up the constitution and aud said from the first if it was afternoon's proorganized last December, can do a ing featuro of the assisting nature in doing its work. tho will of God that he should not re-- , great work for tho educational inter- gramme. Tho proprietors have so much faith cover that he was ready to go, nnd Miss Evu Morton, witii a grace nnd ests of the State, if the various County iu its curative powers, that they offer dignity, peculiarly her own, favored ono hundred dollars for any case that when the summons came he submitand City Superintendents give it their ted without a struggle. Although he with a Vocal Solo which support. In education as in other the nudienco it fails to cure. Send for list of tes- hud been with us but a short tunc, ns was greatly enjoyed by all. matters, uuion is strength. No offictimonials. Address,F.J.Cin:.VEYi& Co., a student, nevertheless we felt that Tho pen picture of "My School" to require the attenToledo. Ohio. ial duties are apt wo knew him, becauso of the pecuwon lusty 1 in fr tion of the Superintendents on these by Miss Lucy Townsend, Sold by nil druggists. liar attraction of him. We extend to That her heart is in tho applauses. dates, so that absentees from this the bereaved father and relatives our and tho people of BEAVER DAM. very important meeting will be rather work, is apparent deepest sympathy. conto Due. 7. A wonderful revival of hard pressed for excuses The pro- Sulphur Springs have cause Our school was hpuorod on last will not only be of interest to gratulate themselves that they have religion is iu progress nt thu Haptist gram Thursday morning by tho piojonco such a teacher as Miss Lucy is earn- Church huro. Up to date there has Superintendents, but to teachers and of tho Grand .fury, at General education generally, as one will con- est, capablo and energetic. been twelvu additions to the church Dr. Aloxauder made a fine The Choruses by the Choral Club and there are eighteen penitents at clude after turning to his November talk that morning, which wns onjoy-o- d rendered and were were beatifully number of that most excellent publitho alter anxiously seeking salvaby the audience, as very much. cation, the educational Oourant, where much enjoyed tion. There is a deep intorost perRov. II. C. Truman attended Genwas manifested by tho hearty ap. tho program will bo fouud at length. the entire community vading eral X Mondny. Dear reader, you will notice that pluuso bestowed. and much good is expected as a ro Mr. Shuitz's address, "Tho Cant's, Messrs. R. Nelson, Silas Griffin his in referring to tho Courant, wetay Rev. Cuso-bi- or, Milt of tho meeting. Can and WilP'abound in many wholeand Floyd Crnfton, who accompafor it is unjust to presumo that any the pastor in charge, is assisted will be productive of nied thu remains of Mr. Swan homo live teacher docs himself tho unkind" some truths and by Rev. IJitrron, of Tout)., nnd Kov. much good, for undivided attention will return Sunday. ness to be without that prince among A. U. Smith, of McIIenry. was accorded him throughout his Prof. Lytlo has roturtiod from educational papers. There has been several very speech and much favorable comments Hondorson county whoro ho went to additions to our population have been awarded him since. We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Complimentary. attend tho funeral of Mr. Swan. recently; among thoso who havo Tho Secretary suggested that a Edttcational Courant." Our prices are reaswns called the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Miss Georgia Hudson with us we would menWe have been for a long time ac Reading Circle bo orgauized iu con- found homes hor homo last Thursday to attond onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, MoKinnoy and family, to tion Mr. customed to hearing kind words nud nection with the Association, in ortho funeral of hor uncle.Sho roturned Wo corof Rochester. reading complimentary notices of the der to extend tho practice of reading rocontly Monday. tlioiu among us. Rov. L. R. Rarnutt conducted Courant from persons in our own among the teachers, encourage a inoro dially welcome Wo are glad to note that soino General Exorcises Thursday mornState who say they find it useful on general uso of tho books in the TouchOweneboro, Ky. talk. a all occasions, but wo were iust a ers' Library, and to render the rea d much needed repairs are being made ing and made good a V m Hartford Republican to read in tho Hartford Republican tho following from a letter written t that paper from Danville, Indiana. A4 GASEBIER!: FA ST LINE ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR 1 You will do both CASEBIER'S 'BUS yourself and me a vor by calling upon me or one of my uties and paying your ONE T3El.IOEl taxes before the six per cent, penalty added which will be done the first of ease nil Im-l- I - once and save costs. Yours, &c, TAYLOR, tend to this matter at SUBSCRIBE -- 'ss&rffm Han - Mlbu T Pan-nenb- org i 4 i i Also keeps a BOTH -- - PAPERS Lively and Feed Stable, where vou can have your Horses Fed, and OF ONE. ''i-ln- tl $10,-,8'2:i.- post-ofli- gel ihe best of rigs day or nigh Leave your Beaver Dam DEPOSIT Ml CoarzcELeiEcisLl 1 BD n Hotel with R& PALMER HOUSE. 3,7-Itt.f- Re.-er- alf "y yjdimnasiY er ses. ble "Vou "WkWill. !.; "" & v F. A. AMES CO. THAT C01vErr FAIR BROS.&CO'S 3T0RE 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 Call on May & Co. for fresh ment. PERSONAL Harry Moorc.I'nradisovns hist Sunday. in town was Bring your job work to tlio ollicc. Rnruii-i.km- n Go to Hoover & Ashley when you want groceries. Go to tlio Keel Front and get good groceries cheap. Tlio lied Front is still selling Goods at cost. L. Cnnipfield, see us Tuesday. Paradise, into Col. Jno. H.MolIenry, Owensboro, was in town this week. Every 815.00 Overcoat, Every Every Every Every Every 12.00 tlio Comet Btruck the Price to - : W. II. Mnuzy killed a wild gooso Hon. W. T. Haywnrd went to last Monday. It was a very largo ! to " Frankfort Tuesday night, returning " 5.00 biid. yesterday. " 'J " " " to 3.50 Stove ami James Muy recently " " " " G. S. Deane, Godmau, Muhlcii-bur- g to " " 2.75 Bold to C. L. Field, 53 tons of hay county, spent several days iu To Marry. town this week. for Cards aro out announcing the Miss Mary Cox.of Hartford, is vis- marriage of Mr. Ban D. Ringo to How is this for one week only? iting Miss Irene Lamar. Owensbo- Miss Emma Ryan December 14th at Kahu sells all his heavy ladies shoo, ro Messenger. Was tho residenco of tho bride's parents, ut 85 cents. Mrs. Wm. Wnrd and Mrs. Thorn-- , Mi. nnd Mrs, George T. Ryan, at The jury, iu tho case of Hugh Fer- as, Kinderhook, made our office n Schochoh, Logan county. Both conguson, tniled to agree, nnd ho was call Wednesday. tracting parties are well and favorconMr. Carrio Williams and little ably known hero and arc held without bond. very pop' Cecil, visited friends in daughter, ular. Mr Ringo is a rising young Rev. G. B. McDonald preached his Bfavcr Dam this week. lawyer and one of the editors of the farewell sermon to his congregation D. J. Duncan, one of Rockport's at this place Sunday night. rising young men, tundo us a call Hartford Herald, and altogether is a first-clayoung gentleman in every while in town Tuesday. Ribbons, ribbons, at cost, to cloe TRUNKS,LA-DIE- S particular. Miss Ryan has mauy S. L. Arnold and Mrs. Auga Ar$1. them out (luting tho holidays nt nold, ofSouth Dakota, are visting friends here, having atone timo been Kahn's. Come and price them. conuected with the College, who Mrs. G. C. Westerlield this week. $2 $3. Blankets, eomforU carpets, oil with her many friends at her Mrs. A. O. Ellis nnd son, Ha ward, cloth, overshoes for men, ladies and Kinderhook, spent the first of this home, join us in wishing tho young week visiting friends in Daviess people all the hippiuew they so justly misses and children nt Kudu's, county. merit. is your time to uow Ev- getYounga mail, tie und collar at our Will Fair, of the firm of Fair Bros, you nice it Co., accompanied by his sister, At Rest. Kaiim. house. Miss Bessie, spent tho first of the On Monday evening, Nov. 30th, at week in Louisville Mr. Fair went 7 o'clock, Mrs Maggie May it Co. have opened up a new Martin died deto purchase his Chistmas goods. Meat Shop in Hartford, and keep at tho home of her parents, Mr. and ' Miss Helen Foster, Fair Bros. fe Mrs. D. "Wear-foreve- r constantly on hand fresh meat of all M. Morton, Sulphnr Springs. Co.s' popular Milliner, has returned The remains, accompanied by Mrs. kinds. She is very to her home iu Indiana. When you come to Hartford, visit popular hero and her many friends J. W. Tompkins, sister of the decased, sho will soon return. Mrs. Sam Morton, Miss Vino AlexKuhn's House, the largest clothing, nope that ander, Owensboro, aud A. S. Aull, boot 8 and shoes, hat, caps house in ReA School Boy Gone. Sulphur Springs, wero taken to tho Green River country. To dio away from home is sad inOwensboro by the way of Fordsville. Mr, Ninirod Wilson and Miss Ella deed, but to be carefully watched aud Dr. Boyet conducted the funeral Lunn, of l'rcntis, word married Wednursed by kind friends is n solace to scviccs in Elm wood Cemetery in tho so nesday. Both young people are very boreaved parents. Such was the case presence of a number of friends and popular iu Prentis society. of Mr, W. S. Swan. Mr. Swan came relatives after which tho remains wero The only house where you can get to Hartford on Septdmber the 30th laid to rest. Thus a beautiful life He was taken sick has gone out and a soul has returned what you want in clothing, boots, to attend school. a few days after his arrival and had to the God who gave it. We shoe.", hats and caps is at Knhn's; tho largest of the kind in Ohio county. been confined to his bed ever since, until death relieved him from his sufBen Will be one of Them. A special meeting of tho members fering last Monday evening at 4:30 Owensboro Jfwsenjer. of the M. E. Church is called for to- o'clock. As tho evening sun was The Messenger yesterday announ night. All the membcrsnro requested kissing the Western skies he gave up ced tho names of the Master Commisto bo present, ns important business aud sank sweetly to sleep only to sioners for McLean aud Daviess counwill conic before t he house. awake in a better world where there is ties. Judge Owen will appoint B. D. Circuit Courtis progressing nicely. no sorrow. Mr.Swau came from Hen- Ringo, of Hartford, to that position In tho case of the Commonwealth vs. derson county and attended school in Ohio county, and Clarence Sterrett W(8 Callahan fined 2.rt and ten only thrue days, but he formed a last- in Hancock county. All of tho apTrial. WhV Mlffer from tho Ind eHrct. of th ijl ftrfltlif l.nmA lt.ir.b t.f.4nv an. I Mvcrdlccnio, Klieuiiutlini, Indigestion, )).k-Iiiuny kind ol or oilier days in jail for carrying concealed ing impression on his schoolmates and pointees are good men, and will redineAses, miihii hUvtricity will cuiojoii mil kovpjou iuliiallli. (Hmilaclio rellcrsd lni,rrn0I;y'o0rTn,,!i!r;oe'. DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT weapons. In another case he was all deeply feel his loss. flect credit on tho court in appointing , SO, SI", and 1'rlcm, 5Ilf wul'HrU. .lmt I.Uvlrlo Tins-o- lor nml ItoxA t . und fined $100 for selling liquor. The remains wero accompanied to them. an be regulnttil to Miit.and Kimrnntcul to Costnothlns totry llirrn, jcnrn. THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST ami irouiire. nuruneni r.iecinciiy to aliocl;. tica .Medical advice Writ 4ED0ES jiuuery comuineu, Give uulst meaxure, price and lull particulars, Ohio County will hereafter have his home by Prof. J. W. Lytle, R. Ad.lrrm II1C. AifvniN nuiitru. Drlnilt, Craf-toHow Do You Like It? three Circuit Courts, which con- Nelson, Silas Griffin aud Floyd sold at tho All of my kid gloves His father was with him through venes as follows: The first Monday buyer's riek at G5 cents at Kahn's in April, four weeks; third Monday his entire sickness. Come and during the holidays. Horse-shoein- g of in August and second Monday in look. f&Sb ji, Stum-Runne- r. December, three weeka each iu the Mr. Harry Stum, a popular clerk latter. Marlow-Ford- , in Wilson it Co.'s Mammoth Store, Rev. R. D. Bennett, assisted by ROOMY. Mr. Lorenzo Marlow and Miss NelFordsville, and Miss Hettie Runner, . the Revs. E. E. Pate and G. J. Bean, lie Ford, of the Fordsvillo country, of Hndly, Warren county, weremnr-ric- d of this place, arc holding a very inWednesday, tho 30th, ult., at wero married at tho residenco of tho teresting protracted meeting at Marresidenco of the bride's fnther, bride's father, Mr. Harvy Ford, the vin's Chapel on the Rosine Circuit. The bridal party Wednesday. Mr. Marlow is a young Mr. John Runner. is being aroused from its The Church man of integrity nnd iudustry and his arrived at Fordsville Thureday evenlethargy aud mauy sinners nro being brido is a beautiful and accomplished ing whero nn elegant reception awaithappily converted to God. Tho contracting parties young lady. May life bear for them ed them. & Co. Trado with Carson Sjme time week before last a num- aro most estimable young people and mauy pleasures. 49 Scud for catalogue of Call on Cain, the barber, for a ber of young bloods went to Birk's thcRci'UiiMCAN joins a host of friends our full Hue of two aud ' work. shave. Brick lor Sale. Schoolhnuse after school hours and in wishing them u long, prosperous 150,000 good brick for sale at Goods after breaking tho lock proceeded to and happy life. Save money by buying Dry t, Hartford, Ky. Parties wanting brick D. threw away destroy tho 111. at Carson it Co's. M. for any purposo will call on or adshoot n load of the dipper and "The Moneyless Man." Call at tho RtU'unucAN oflieo and shot through the stove drum. It is to dress C. L. Herring, Hartford, Ky., Major Henry T, Stanton, of Frankget sorco blotters, lice who wi'l fill all orders at reasouablo bo hoped they will bo fouud out and fort, will lecture in Hartford Friday tf A complete lino of stationery at punished. prices. night, December 10. Major Stanton Z. Wayno Griflin & Bro's. Allen Brock, a highly respected is one of Kentucky's beht writers, d Dash Kail, Scat Rail, Handles, Buggy with Is it possible a HAYNE3VILLE. You just ought to see that now lino aud useful citizen of Aetuaville, being tho author of tho "MoueylcsB jiuu nanus, anu oiuu ups, iu uuuvc jincc i Dec. 0. Jerry Voyles died on tho of Neckties at Carson tfc Co's. died at his home in that place on Man," which has a world wide repu;: 17, leaving a wife and two little chiloi o n t H pi 73 A full assortment of wall paper Thursday night, November tho 29th, tation, nnd numerous other poems, J lLi"E"VaiB dren in a helpless condition.' Also, He leaves a family which arc equally as good. Tho two of pneumonia. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro's. at Roseville, died Ward-Robe- s who have tho sympathy of tho comSocieties cf tho Collcgo havo taken sister Eva Voyles, of We have a nice lino of Overshoes. tho 23d, leaving a husband nnd one munity. After tho funeral services hold of the matter nnd will uso every Suits,Rock-er- s Caiison & Co. child. Her funeral took placo nt which wero held at tho schoolhouso effort to have a crowd here. Everybody should come out and hear him. Panther Creek Cemetery. Wo have a largo lot of the finest tho remains were interred in the cemWo have been blessed with services near by. A small admission fee of 25c will bo Come in and get a supply. etery blotters. " -- x pi v is A y this winter; fivo in ono mile aud a A s Our old friend, Dyer White, has charged, which will bn donated to tho half ol us, all of which I havo attendFor fresh drugs and druggists supry Prof. sold his interest iu the Roller Mills at libraries of tho College. plies, call on Z. Wayno Griffin & Rhnads recommends Major ed tho most of the timo. this place to John R. Phipps and J. lo Tho first moeting was held at Bro. Thoy can accommodate you at Vehicles. Write for our New HO page Catalogue W. Ford. The name of the firm be- Stanton highly. C. P. Church conducted by prices to suit tho times, Address ing as it has been, J. W, Ford & Co. a lady preachor,Rev.Liuisa M. Woos-lo- y, SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. Special Notice. Perscriptions aro carefully Wo nro not advised as to Mr. White's of Caueyville. It was a grand OHIO, U. S. A. CINCINNATI, fresh intention, but will say that he is a all the fair damsels with whom To from tho purest and success, all denominations joined iu est drugs at Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro's. good business man and we predict Mr. R. E. Leo Simmerman flirted in tho good work. Tho meeting only at all hours day or night. for him success in any avocation he nnd all who hitherto smiled on him lasted two weeks, in which timo thero at tho College, wo give special notice wero fifty conversions. Sister AVoos-l- y may choose. Judge L. P. Little, H, P. Taylor that he is uow with tho popular -, Hon. J. S. R. Wedding will adis an evangelist, and is regarded and John J, MoHenry went out Palaco, where he will, dress tho pupils and patrons of New Kahn's Trado as a splendid preacher. As an hunting Wednesday, in tho Small-houTRAINS LEAVK BEAVKIl DAM. with a bright, sunny smile, bo glad to TKAINS OOINQ WEST. that her ministry was apprecountry, and succeeded in bag- Baymus School District on Friday, 12:10 r. . eeo his many friends. No. , Mult and Express December 1C, at 1 o'clock p. m. ciated the brcthrou gavo her a ptirso ging several dozen quails. 11:30 r. . No. r, Uinctoi Eipre s With Kahn's Trade Palaco now is Leo Prof. F. M. Petty, tho teacher, earn19.40. TRAINS QOINO EAST. Always busy as a bee. The Fordsvillo school gave a very estly - Ji r. a. No. , Mill and Eipre. requests all of tho patrons to be Go and see him, watch him smile, Tho meetingat tho Baptist Church' 3:41 A. No. (, Limited Eiprn successful entertainment at the school All friends of education He's a salesman, tho latest style. present. cs, Zion. Ro3evillo and West Poitit house last Thursday evening, tho ocare invited. Mr. Wedding is a forciFRXDAYrD'ECEMBEK At the last named 0, 1892." casion wero very good. being the visit of tho County ble speaker and ranks among the best Moador-Horndon- . place tho meeting has just closed with "" Fordsvillo never Superintendent. orators in Western Kentucky. Rov. Coleman was For Sale. Dr. J. W. Meador aud Miss Mattio splendid success. does anything by halves. A good farm containing 212 acres Herndon, Trisler, wore married on the leading spirit in this meeting. Tho Winter Evening's Club met f clearedjgood of land, About E. W. Taylor and Mrs. Sallie with Miss Wo havo two debating societies, Jessie Ford Tuesday night last Tuesday week at tho home of the Lies Hardwick were quietly married at improvements; well watered. ono at Hnyucsvillo aud tho other at and spent a very pleasant evening. bndo's father, Mr. Travis Herndon. four miles South of Fordsvillo on the the homo of tho bride, in the presProgressive Cinquo was tho ordor of Dr. Alva Jones aud Miss Etta Daltorr Sour Wood. extension of the Owensboro & Falls of ence of a few friends, Thursday evenJames Black and daughteis visited tho evening, and after some closely wero the attendants. Tho wedding Rough railroad, For terms, call on or ing December 1st, Dr. Coleman offiu Huyuesville Inst week, was quite unexpected, as the Doctor contested games, it was decided by iciating. Tho Republican John J. McHewry, extends address, Jimmin Lyons, of Hartford, visited tho number of games won, that Miss was preparing to go to Cincinnati on Hartford, Ky. 8 tt congratulations. friends in tho community Saturday Tula Pendleton should havo tho Thursday to attend a course of lec ElNNA, Tho Fordsvillo boys are just now prize for the best lady player, and O. tures and had invited a number of and Sunday. For Rent. friends in to tako supper with him The best law office in Hartford, ap-p- having a great deal of fun and not a J. Thomas for tho best gentleman Notioe. tf few bruises and broken noses with a player. Miss Lizzio Chapezo and S. before his departure. When tho guests to John J. MoHenry. All porsons knowing thomselves set of boxing gloves. The world need A. Anderson receiving the boobies. wero surprised to bo called into the indebtod to me are requested to call ffO TMUO'lD, not be surprised if this rising little After the prizes had been awarded, parlor whero thoy heard Dr Byers on M. L. Heavrin, Hartford, and WetkJMB, Mtarl, . iStpHliii m4 city of the North produces a Sullivan everyone departed, feeling that they pronounce the words that raadp the Battle tho same. Resp'y, mt auiihlr, far Ml Ir 11 dMtom contracting parties man and wife. L. T. Cox. had enjoyed the occasion. or vorbett in a year or so, 9.00 7.50 5.00 4.00 " " " " " " " " " " Crowo Robert returned from Louisville Wednesday. Col. W. M. M. Beatty, Cromwell, Call at tho Red Front lor dry was in town yesterday. goods, groceries, ifcc. Lew is Turner nnd wife, Newville, Corsets at Kuhn's only 4 dozen were iu town shopping Monday. D. J, Rlioads, Beaver Dam, called left at 50c for one's choice. to sco us while in town Monday. Buttons, buttons of all kind nt cost Win. Ward, Sr., mndo a Hying to closo them out at Knhn's. trip to Central City Wednesday. For tho finest grado of flour, Mrs. S. K. Cox and Mrs. Henry $10.00 cheap, call on Hoover & Ashley. Field nro visiting in Owensboro this Dry to to 7.C0 week. COO A negro whoso nnnio wo could not learn, was shot and killed at tho Big Cut on tho now Fordsville road, last Sunday night a week ago, It seems that tho negroes employed on the Horso Branch end of the rond obtained somo whisky Into Sunday evening and at night somo of them got " funny." Tho one in particular went into the rudo storehouse, which at tho timo was kept by au overbearing, heartless fellow, by the name of Thompson. Ho and tho .negro had some harsh words when ho look out his pistol nnd shot tho negro above tho heart. Tho latter lived only a few minutes. Tho negro was making no demonstrations thnt could justify such a course, aud tho public sentiment of the neighborhood con demus the act as wilful murder. Thompson fled at once and has not been arrested. Shot Dead. fytyPTvMyV1 7 ifkwx Don't forget this house when you want to buy your winter GOODS, DRY HATS, Our UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT struck in half. Look at this: All &0. wool Red Underwear for men 50c. Fine Merino Underwear for men 50c. Ladies' Ribbed Heavy Cotton Vests 25c. Ladies' Grny Ribbed Heavy Cotton Vests 35c. Blankets and Comforts also struck. Blankets at 75c, Comforts at 75c and and 81.25, ss We do claim to be headquarters for everything in our line and a visit to our store will vince you. We have a full line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOAKS, RUGS, MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Also received the same fatal strike. erything cut less than half price. Come at once and secure a bargain in this partment. BOOTS AND SHOE at prices that will make you buy. member we have them at prices that make Go 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 Winter Purchase. Don't forget we have the Shoes" in any style or size and guarantee every pair sold. them move, and as long as we sell them cheap no one can afford to go without a pair. Visit headquarters for bargains. want your Eggs, Feathers, Etc. Hartford Temple of Fashion, SARA $ ME. FAIR BROS, ft GO.. T. ID "WXmLA.a:i3 , FREE lt x lluiit-rif.ll.-l- BLACKSMITHING. n. ,I'II. a specialty. A large stock best modern Plows, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Our Qervic's Phaeion, J. D. WILLIAMS. LIGHT, Beaver Dam, Ky. Fmitui!! ELEGANT. Mm! water-bucke- Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, $65 OUR SILVER QUEEN first-claSilver-plate- $65 For Dressers, or anything in the ...K. fc r General Furniture Line, see Mc-Hen- T. J. MORTON. Hay-nesvil- com-pound- N.N &M.V.R.R. THE MsiisSSii ... t. t . se evi-de- nco one-hal- (Hit 'wm ly fT BiiBWiailBMHMM I MM ! a gi ea Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DECEMBER!), 181)2. on mo. terly fail, bocatiso thoro I do not bollovo I slinll uturo so many Three hundred nro innintained by tho United States KCIMjANATION. Tlie foltnwlnir picture contain four ticn, mnn amllili tdrce Jaual.ierv government, tho cost of their supAn, triii liiiil lli nun f.ve, but it Is not wcaiyto dutinnulh tlie f of the threa youmc Uttici, JffY SCHOOL. port being carried us ft regular item l'.r .utnrr v.3 pul.lUhf.l in a Tw rKwpan loraa time ago, ami tttracttj cortUdcntbtt ullenil m t, Ve now olTer a HOW rtccfntctltloii In connection wlililt. A tlie toteot t ur MriinUtilrriiitiIie, accounts of tho postofllco ou tho Jn U to ItilroduCO tmr medicine Into ntwnoniM, those w bo entered the former competition r riuei-,in lM on?. A to tbe relt. ViYny of "The Ford Pitl Go. ' ftnd the etiimiiion In M. !i department. They uro distributed n t ' tidiiiN-tSpeech delivered by Miss Lucy 11. known, Jialroni at Hftted to tbe daily l.ixIki.iM rie iield irt'loronto, Cnnada. vlicre they are nnd tho hymn beginning, "Conio on, my among about fifty Towneoinl before the County Tench iivwiirs, .U:iialc UruK&iU and leading buslacu Lgiucs seucially uf 'iwruut a their duty is to keep rutrt and inico parlners in distress." -- London crs' Association, held nt Hnrttord, from eating poMul mutter and mail Ky., Saturdny, Dec. 3, 1802: wicks. Their work is of tho utmost between !.ciiioMfl (if lllumpli). Ou n liiltsulo half-wa- y importance win nun largo quantiFather- - My nan, do you not know ties of mail in collected us, for exSulphur Springs and Iliucs Mill, that nil tho rich men of today begnn ample, ut tho Now York fxwtofllco, that there stands a little school-hous- e poor i where from 2,000 to .M.IMIO hags of Schooldays" where reminds me of "In Small Son Yes-sir- . such material nro commonly stowed the poet eays: Father And yet instead of saving uwuy in tho your pennies you spend them. "Around it still the sumachs grow Formerly grmt damage was often Small Son Yessir. Wen I start tlono by mischievous) ro louts, which And blackberry vines arc running." out I want to K'gin poor. Good chewed holes in tho sacks nud This week when I found "My News. thought nothing of boring clear School" assigned me as my subject through hags of letters in u night. v. thinking of the for I becan uiui i.irminBi,m. T,.oai,iP,0r thj mi-- no longer ocvur, ,,,,, ,mi;s,w w,, . Any one who knows the two cities lives that have been made or marred Umt tm, of Boston uuil Birmingham, Lngland, w,m.h K.(t;h ,hMtlnili,tor in that old building. When you pats amY which have about the fc4UnoiK.pua.fl,)lu d ,lt t() for . ,1llnw vt,.n. it, you no doubt think it very insig tiou (Boston 4000 in 1800 nnd Bir-oI. the koi.,, of his feline stall, is nificant, and that the school-wor4.10,000 in 1S01), will admit , ,,.., 1Jtinmto for .Vnt ,m,at t Birmingham enjoys every re-- , Wllslmu,ton ,lt But in harmony with the building. that Kinningof each Fult of municipal enterprise, and to unrUr; Cim is j,,,,, uot to fowl I see the work every day, and I know nt least us great an extent as Boston. tho IlI11111H,s tno ..hih.'Mn order that the inner life of those who come there, Many arsons would bo inclined to , t,ieip a,1K.tito f,r live puno mav be The perhaps better than any one. ,, thut Btato the cno much more s rongly in ; Wm u ,s ,,,,,, own W country hearts arc fresh and true, favor of Birmingham, which nlra no inwlt blml, ho givm whei-- theiv confessedly inmmm many develop- - , , t by the vicious tendencies too t. , ...... .... ....a. I.. .nt ., iijr i Mll'iim ..F liwi.il null ii.i in1. ul until Cats are kept in ull the government Last often found in larger places. preached by tho sister city. buildings nt Washington. In that of year I taught in a town and I doubt Birmingham's government costs tho state, war and navy departments if ray school work was any more truly per year $i,UI0,0fl0, and Boston's piv they aro employed not only to pro m,R7O,()0O. Is ft eminent eo-tsuccessful than it has been this year. tect tho priceless papers stored there, to give any reasonable explana- but to guard against tiro. Twice tho There wo hnd many modern convo T- r "pi n eVctnt rIr nf Shotland Pll.!" in it "Tho Ford Pill Co.," !!l c! tion of this discretuiney, which may war department has Ikvh t nllroby t ny niences, and the children took them 'nrriuiso f,v mIi Hornoss,julnlutdllirce S600, (Jtlivctf.1 fie. m a.wi11 uc iui.hi s . . nnd ., ji nul iu m 1j: biic ., well suggest misgivings to tho minds i.tc the daiihl'iertTacri. Tottie gnawing matches on one of nits il CSo rt Wntch, "I in uwliire aii.1 Uumcui.lt. To Hie Ho. will U cii.i ).. Here they as a matter of course. i.y" Ol.imoncl of the American Uix payers, nnd these occasions in the office of the l tlio ' orM ill b clvtn a liamlvme China U Ini which goes far to account for tho ieTotnry of war in tho middle of tho crvico, i"iieyMiiiiEirn Kodak Carnors. ToiheiM,iiSvlbi h ut have so few things that they fully ap deficiencies in thohervices rcndcied night. A year ngo tho trea-ur- y had prcciate what they do have. First, by lnunie'kpal government of which nine cats, but they mado thenwlvcs imagine (if you have never seeu it) they comjjlidn Joseph Chamberlain obuoxious and all went given away Willi M U, S. Iw KCtil I'll"' l( for 1IIIO of t)i f illowlnjj "iiril 4 I'rlti l'llln''KontV Trlo Cuturrli lloinrily," rr Tiir ! 1ou the hillside the little school-houin Forum. l Srlert but two. Theio Jro its wild ns posl'lt... Wdliiijioii Anv oneofll. nlim, tpmn'iri OA drire. Ail.lirl imt 'lllufl it llay Siv, Tunalo, CAni.U. Tlie slope, a house entirely too small to Till t"ii" (jr. i A Conipnrlnn of Skull.. sible, getting u living by foraging for I kul ur c Mill i n.in'.cu int ntl frur. wi.i tne cwrri in orucr 01 n t.i. , uu. - ' .el l il comfortably scat the children who i t Mice are notoriously kiinullinru1y tlirouplii ut trie UniirJ Sutrt, cicry one l A comparative examlnntiou of tho themselves, iiai l!l Iks KiiTiinn flrCMt Cprlf;llt (i.tc I 'li ltiervn rclMiiullie nr tltvt ftntwtr Bkulls of wivngo nnd civilized races fond of chewing up money, but they ( nuiil I'l.lllil, .iluckl lit 500.00. Tntl.,f7t nftim lh itiltmlinf i c r e l come. When I went there last AuA ntrll. c m i ' :i n' fine hlth Mute l!ie It. ur ii.. , lnhl Snllilo shows that tho increased brnin devel- havo nochancoto get at Uncle Ham's ll A gust, I did so with a heart heavy with r i"l m t;nnat J.lruie, Alyl a1ueit At llOO.OO. lathe nfi--nopment of tho latter U always ac- paper cash, which is kept in rooms I 1 o tdc A'iY fr. tnt)eaj, atintKvi I ,.,' .hHlii Siifi'ty lllrj tie, i a knowledge of all I was expected to fi milW.ij, nmitecf I'urlor I'lirnltnri". t'ic companied by a marked modification with iron walls that defy their teeth. inn. I Si'ttr 'IVuSvi'l lri' To tlie itttWt mitliejJ', an elegant lmre'Mfr"iih 1. .oni I'lnnii l..;in. do. I walked in, and my discourageRats occupied the pension office in m tho form nnd pizo of the jaws aud lo the tixili ft' 'i tl ' t r Ik from ilie Inf. a liat iVme wir tf Iiirtluria 'i irnililnj Trunk. In tlie i'M from the ..., lo ptiiri vf r. it i.e. teeth. This modification is great numbers while It was in proMemory rererted ment increased. bt.lt till I )', unl many other iuc in order cf mcfiu spoken of as u degenerate condition. cess of building, tnkiui: up their resito the schoolroom I entered one year SI5'riATj 1'KIXKS FOK VsACU STATU. New Review. dence in the walls and floors as fast ago, and I almost regretted that I did as they were put.up Two years ugo . erSt frle of a (J ilk Dron I'ntlerii (Iten yard, nnv coloi), nt f ' f tl ! Love, sacrifice. V'.i li J .tlat'litno (at y in. l.e dtMico) will be Ert t ibe Jt'tt jjnin not again accept my position there, four catrt wer0 introduced thero to i iklo cn rule out the lb re d.iuclitif.tte. We dull clve iii:00 v itituM.PA, you always Little Bertha-W- ill JVf I iherefcli .r tho records of tho old soldiers, at wei' ) N h.i.ci) though it was far fiom childhood's ciili esttf 'nir-nict- ill bo Ic ! -. . tlie ( kinc f tie jwie minnert will I jir b' I in , lovo me Will you never forget mol j tj,cv i,.lV0 driven most of tho , hoiuo and friends. But as plainly as nn if un I'll; i (nemiuri w. 1. .in iut i. iii titn pt n . uiu. Little Eddio- -I guess not. It wiu vermin nwnv. The best rat killer of V Ij ibe o ir Nodiinic irr i it in i iia tri. ingtrVueftnediurtt-1- !vrrtie i.iriki ch.ircel forHr..(tlli(' t it Mie cie rivt ir ' e iri though present in the flesh, I seemed iln FonIi 1'rlr li t only yesterday that 1 got a licking tl0 m,artot not long hro. being ' t in I frv iim i liere they for jr-i AKOTIIUIt COIUIEM'ONDKNT. t crry fami r, '1 . - Vtn. tUin o' er.f nrtn, and villi to see the face of Dr. Alexander as it wl, Jaci.i. t (e I i ' trom tiaa on your account. lexai at Munething, fell from Having teen nothing from this Sifting ir, uc irro r iiuij Vi. i. . ,ti the second gallerv, fifty feet, to the appeared when he gave me tho words place for wine time I thought 1 would tiled lloor nnd was killed. Tho White of advice that prepared mo for some give you a few items. House has two cats, one a black and cxll'ii fniiiimuf.i cetmrne' JVnr!(M Wnf rlit ( i !' r ui1a) .dci.tu ti"y of the arduous duties of life. I seem' t w.t' in , n a sul'f h tJ. n nrni rrc t Isn white female kept in the kitchen, Rev inkier preached to n very i, in c tb ri a nrti.l I iribi i i fi (hvri u in fn ' ( ,e ofVtficl r. i Mit. r 1 tu.c if any i ed to hear again the words of Mr. fnuKtitJ I w il ll fJi, Kl FvS K kik M V and the other n black Tom kept in t ' ' u; ji appreciative audience Sunday nnd BQ&A t M IrUVJ tho stable. Mrs. Ilarri-o- it r nte J ritlur me" f t'ie IrJi 'tt 'i r - or nn itrn p r in, .. had four Walker, when in his speech to the In i !' r . t i ti v Li t r Sunday night nt this place. James &V wviliv F0H0 PIUC0, t"37," Cor.t Wt'!inr;ton A limnts.. hand-uin- o l' Malteso cats, but they dis 45 a Micw THE Ery stitute he paid that beautiful tributo 'ff.' t p t Williams, U. O. Barnett nnd W. C. appeared. 'w'n to woman. I determined to be worthy T But 'ho Capitol is the greatest Ashley, of Hartford, were among those hi !rfJ- rasifl place in Wellington for cats The of success. But the worst of it was I ' I mS la. who attended services here Sunday. i.iXH-- t ijj-ESMKJLi did not know whether any interest huge building swarms with them, Little Delia Carson, daughter of OLlnll.nl.to MtiJMourn f.UI.M -;i'si..--.llxi t and nt night they scamper about in 17.' ;'.- (lilt luiiiui f would be taken by the patrons. BeOllitv uiui u irfit , Hie I s I W. A. Carson, has typhrid fever. troop. Xobody knows how many 'uii-tniLMhiiii Inili I'ntilMMli ii hold the result. Never yet have I iTattcUJ In Unite! Stalri onj Cana.la.1 Madam Rumor says there will be a II llll.iilil .io' I - inII i .( i of them tlieie nre, but tho watch la n I'racllrnl Jlarlilno, Apprfcla-liimm IIIOlOiil lincnliim Wi iiilvlv asked the patrons to buy books tabmen reckon them by scire.-- . They .W ' !.(.. Ring out, sweet nliintv fnt ' intiuL uiui iu- iiiuko wedding here soon. li) I'rnrtlral llllalnraa .Tien. ( W ' lets, pencils or any other school um nro nil vagrants and wild as hawks. fill Milltli- ( -- .' Hill lit fill If wedding bells, to day and fresh young iij " "Hiil In suinnii-- they sue scattered nliout nclu.il rlii'in. in nm imn lulltcrial, for the children, and been reIl K n I n,loinrlv funil.lu-- l 0"lnNntl( hearts bo glad and gay. N- k yi tho neigh boi howl to some extent, liniMraitd ('Alurr, with fused. I have a Geography class .111.11 I.. i k mul KUt.-rlKAttuchnixnt. Grant Winkler, the blind singer, of winter Vi It i... '. iHil'ii'iKliatidcrislH'atrt. ". I'alim I'thte 'l'tUiu'oH li V but in ug. At they gather within tho I would put in a contest with nuy that school-hou.1' '' about 10 o'clock every build. i ..r Haynesville, will Miig at the ji l In nn account. u. a other in the county, ii you will take night they begin :i mad racing I .i ti.uu traiuwctlona In liiiuliik nt this place SECRET ORDERS. through the empty corridors, which .it. into consideration how little its mem.': '. iinl .1 irnf!ifrarW. The C. P. Church, nt tin? place, is uro made to rewound with rboir cries. I bers knew in the beginning. They ml ccli . with tin. It (i .ik - n Mr . innii iiiri fill ol being Cictrn Irwiell fiimp, Nn M, Hie acoustic effects produced nro mid a thll uu Imnv.t luaii luttrr-I ii finished the text-bo- ok have nearly Kiiitiuk. meii-i- ii Ix't it single grimalkin v nt nut .iv wi.n- H I The farmers are busy gathering iu e.icli liion'.li .it i ! m. tlniPAiitl niotie, iii i in. work, and I believe they understand faii lift up his voice in statuary hall, ('. M. IIBrtT, Ciiptaln. corn. i iHniirti I jrt fur it If innn j tlm - iitpiI Kume, S. rurniil. it better than I did when I passed my mous for its echoes, anil the sileuco h iitlu.K' Ixiki.l MmrUlj- aiul Mar-rMrs. Martha Ward and family have ti i .in two wr of tho night is broken by a yell us first examination. They draw maps r O. j&.. TZ. left for Illinois, where they will make A ns u locomotive wln-tl- e. loud quite well, and some of them had No. b, 1'i'pirluicnt of in tho J. WrmOoom l'ot, favorite plnce for cat concerts L. S. their future home. third Siturili) nt o'clock never drawn any until this term. I CA3T GTRCUrC2URO, PA. whispering gallery down below, Nov. 22. I.eltihtit Id. Ky. r. m., in pursue, with some additions, the plan known as tho "crypt," where tho P..S. llKiMH.Cotn. ANOTIIKK comtnsfo.vunxT. feeblest sound is magnified into u S.A.McSiirar,.dj. laid down in the article read before roar. Washington Cor. New York A tin roof is being put on the C.P. the Institute on the subject of Geog World. Pbistun Momov I'mlNo. 4, Church here; Messrs, Brooks and raphy. I believe I have made it a nueti efery Siilurdiy Infore Hie ccond AND Humphrey nre the workmen. feiindiy nt 10 o'clouk . m. liilhfcourt-houe- l success in this branch of work, though J. C. CiiAMiiri.i, P. C Farmers are selling their tobacco at Hnrlford, Ky. The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United States, I know tho plan could be improved, .1. .v.. Humor, Adj. moderately good figures. and I am trying to improve it. The For only $J.,2), Caah in .'Idea nee. & The Kinderhook base ball club classes in History, Civil Government came out here on Thanksgiving and and Physiology write the lesson hi'lintlliully IrcnK d M nn iiur'-- t of ioild-id- i' Scores, reputation. I nfii'-got cleaned up in fine style. mul iradiciiti-intirly Tho Boy Sharpshooter. from questions prepared by me, and until, irfrim-"tii..- ti jiar- -' taiidiui.', nfttr .ill 12 to 5 in favor of Bcda. every Friday I have an oral examThe Leadiag Fholagraphsr. tilled, Ilou tlie other tn.ltinclit-hu- e Gives nil the news oi'Toun, Comity nnd Htuto, and in nincli Xntioiml The Republicans of Bcda are in "Speaking of good rifle shots," ination of the work done during tho nnd the iaue n ni'iM d,fnll tliliied tind ttrtiiimiiiilt ut newsns nny other paper ol itscln;. Your home would lie incomplete withfour preceding days. The last said John Hawkins, "I wore the gray good spirit, notwithstanding their de- lnclK'iil.irn,Hllli ulliilitan rotuui-n- t pmplc iniilid fne, Pictures I: Zmj Slyle and Si::, curt- - from out it. Thursday aud Friday of each mouth at Antietam in 1802, nnd the pret-trie- st feat. They profess the utmost faith 40 IIIC. A. I'O.VI'AIXi:, T.ieoina, Wii-I- i. &5r0h I'ietureriC'tipicIl and Hiilarycd shooting 1 ever saw occurred on in the principles they ndvocate and I conduct an examination. Air. A SPKCIALTY. itid iflniBiflFTr'??' curcuOpium UrtbltaRogers looked over my examintion that day. There was a tall tree on lay their defeat to the Third Party Al UUlVD Ea V oli!n iiuuiuuiia108J. Main Street. SflU nB.ii E.W. Is nXntinnnl Family Paper, and givei all the RCiicrnl ncwdof the U. S. t I paper! nud said he was pleased. Two the banks of the Antietam, and an and the Australiau Ballot. aW IllUllEd I tlcitlnu-n-lkxitiilr: FllF.r :i7 0 WKXtliOJiO, KY I.EV.M.P. and the world. It give-- tlio cvpnt.-- ol" fort'ijjii hinds in n iiiitnlicll. of my students if they desire, can I old Marylander's cottage was situated It hnrf Atlanta, Oa.OClcoltM4W UlivliaUbU m Its separate oepartments fm The Family Circle, and our Young Folks. think, pass the examination conduct just at its foot. The old man was LliprrninplilntoliM--.Nliil"li' miliar liKimranti-i-i- l Wane fialflui A IP). viiiii)ou, 1'ou iisi'i:fsi.v Home and .Society coltims command tlio ndniirntiou of wives nud daughters. ed by the Superintendent, for the away, ami hau lett a lourteen-yea- r ii'n I run lilt tern. I'ar limn I'liytlclnu rcioininoiii) It. Its f.'cncral political iiuu, editorial'' and ilicu?sii)tii nre comprehensive,-lnillian- t students wishing a diploma in the old boy to take care of the family. Town Taxes. All dealers Lii'p It. Sl.ot ir lollle. Ccnulne nnd exhaustive. Its Agricultural department hau no superior irr common school course. One of them This boy had managed to climb up i cd Hum on rapper. Those who have not paid their hiis trade murk aud urc!-the country. Its Market Report aro recognized authority in nil partaof the1 in a recent examination in my school, in to the forks of this tree, and had town taxes are earnestly requested to 1 must make settleBROWli'S MOV BITTERS Inn. I. A .Special Contract enables tid to otter this cplcmlid Journal and Tln$ mado an average of 100 and did it probably planned this scheme, several do o at once. ment soon and your prompt action in HIHousni'n. I)nrti'la. Mala. Republican for oiiejeiu- before the armies came up, for the I'hjtl-cllairly. I am quite proud of all my days matter will he appreciated and rlo,Ncrvousne, Kiiddtnuriil rslicMlit'. Gcnuliio recommci.d It. All ileal' sell It. students. I don't believe there is when they got ou the ground he had will save time and trouble. htu trade mark and crowed red lluei on wrapper. Rcs'v, W. P. Thomas. one among them who is not interest- entrenched himself up in the forks of N. Y. Tiibune, regular pi ice per yi 81.00 ed to soQic extent in the work. Of the tree with feather beds, pillows, ii i. ii ilaitford Republican , l.'2.r course some excel others, but I hon- and bolsters, udpareutly four or five THAT lIAt'KIMl 'Ol'm can l mi Miiloh' Cure. Wo jfimMiitu estly believe the lazy ones try to over- deep, ull around him. He had pre- ijiiuklj $2.25.-- . Total Sulil l) .. WnyiieOrlllliiA Ilro. iii;ru'i;i:s come their fault. I have graded the pared for a scige, too, with both BUGKE1 L0USVILLE and MEMPHIS, and food. When the Union bchool to a certain exteut. I believe $1.25',, A. J. SLATON, M. D., WITH it is only a mnttcr of time until the Army came within range, his old SiiliM'.riptiou may begin at any timu. schools of this county shall become squirrel rifle picked oft moro subordi& PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' Addrefs all orders to graded. The movement may be slow nate officers in a few hours than the Formerly of MilUoo.l, now ocnlol Ht l.oilcli-fielrilOM AND TO nrTcrii In Drnfi'inioiml neriicen to the people 11 A No Si K nt first, but it will gather strength, if Army had lost before in weeks. CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES, i.oi'isvii.M:,.Mi:.iiiiiis,viii.siirii (Jruyunn uiui I'ljolninReouutieH, Olllce in iiaio.v itii(ii:,Mini m:v oiti.KAM', did any the teachers will take Key's motto amount of counter-firinaaly (the Dr. Iliuien property.) tin .iii'iniiiii. Ilaitford, Kentucky; A SURE and CERTAIN CURE for their own. Unity of purpose will good. He would get his old bluuder-bus- s known for 10 years as tho BEST bring success. I believe, wo teachers reloaded ami with close scrutiny The Quick and Desirable Route REMEDY FOR PILES. ll tiT.IOl'IS. PrlrrhjllltlUIIIlS0t.TlVIOltMH. of the common schools, exert a wider you could see its long barrel creep TO AND TOM influence than tho teachers of col- out over his improvised rampart, and Now York !'!iiliu'i'1i!iiii lliiltimoru Wii'hliigtiui Norfolk Olil I'ulnt Cmiilurt as sure as tho crack of his rifle came, leges and universities. WHEN YOU GO TO QWENSBORO Itli'liiiionil IIiiU'iiIii TnltiJii Cliiciip) IiKlliitiiipolU n moan and a dead lieutenant or CAM. ON Tho characters of men in tho low(Ji ri ei ii nn t i l.nuUviilu other officer would follow. The er stations of life are of greater va Eastorn and Northonstorn Points Antietam, ut tho point where tho mul M fin pliirt VlckrtlmrK Itntiin Hihiku ue,because imitablo by greater num? Nun-- Ork-nti-t Mobile Kittle Itock Hot is narrow, hut ber. Wo, teachers, havo much to battle was fought, Spring mul points In U'ost Tumica- very deep, nnd thero seemed really no encourage us. Tho peoplo aro comToxud Arkmifiu .MIkIssiiiI I.oulsimm ii ml tho South mid ing to tho conclusion that children, way to dislodge tho fearfully destrue SOUTHWEST. with their immortal bonis, aro of tivo enemy, so the Union Army achad to withdraw till tho at H4 moro importanco than horses and tually Thollt.u is thoroughly equipped mid In could run up n gun, and tram it Urgt'CliiEs comlitinii,' ntiil provlilcHiui oxcol-len- t cattle. In my district the patrons ou tho spot. Aud would you benrriingcnioiit in time mid through ciirs nro alive to tho work. Tho majorilieve me? tho young sharpshooter acA vkatukk Is tliutinio and coiivenlcncu CENTIIAL CITY, KY. z'xis'xcaziJi.x'sxzzxi, ty of tho people are ready to uphold secured liy tlio Limited Kxprei-- Tnilns, tually killed two of tho gunners, aud Fur the finest and Most Artulie Work; Only a nioiit's the teacher's hands in all her efforts wounded iiidk batweon I.oulsvillu a third, and almost produced R. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R. any size or ttyle, Frcdcrha St. , belicem mul .Meinplils, ttntl tlio bcU mul ittlekest If you could sec tho to advance. Cm37 sorvlco bolwcon tlio two cities ovoroll'erod, a panic before he was dislodged. Has just been repaired and newly 3rdund4t!i. older brother or tho gray-hair- ed TIckrtn.'riino.Tiililcii nml all torn to pieces at He was literally by npplilnu In J, ll.'l Iclicnor lion father coming after tho children, on last, but not till after ho had crea- furnished. Located eluso to Depot. .1. IIiirri, J ii Ilrril AKI'IKhI Jli'iiti'r llillil.oi' rainy days, you would agree ted consternation in the dreary, a Givo lunch ranks of tho Good ineala or W.HiFroutT.Gcn'l Pass. Asri.,LouiaTilIe. Kr. with mo when I say thero may bo it a trial. Union Army." IJAHHEltS. places as worthy as Sulphur Springs, I know but ther is none worthier. BEDA. Happy and content is a homo with " Th Ro. Opposito Sul.ur and near Uloverjiort AND UNDEVELOP: Nov. 30. Tho great excitement abtJter ; a lamp with the licht of iho rootnlrif. Hotel, Cloverport, Ky. the peoplo there deserve a good WEAK Lamp Co. .NewYork. Ctato(!ueJ,write Kocheiur itrcngOjcned and enlargoJ, crTi school, and if my feeble efforts is over and everybody havo returned Ions stopped, Lout Manhood ItiMui , varicocele', weak Lack, loss or memory, dlzzlm, in any way, bo countod a to their different avocations of life. should, Dcrvotnncs. weakncM rural by tho I'u LADIES J'Hy ItemiMlle. Jt.00 per Ikx ; six toxin NccJInff n tonic, or chlMren Umt want building success, I will say that tho people All aro in fine spirits and looking I'or 11IM IS.W. A written guarunleo of itiro with vi milk-lui- r up, ilcimM tiiLo Contalrn One llnmlrl llrclMi for six Ixiich. rtRmn lor nnrllruliir. (n II Deulor in Horses, Uugiries, CiirriaoSjvRoud Carts, Owonsboro Wigouir. iinowN'H u(N iirrrKiis. nnil null-Illdeserve most of the praise, because for some groat changes to take place. dollcloiu Caudir I'EHN nr.invAi, (ompa:. w y l lru It U pleuatu tn'liiU, curea Malaria. lnJIget-Uoi ut home. Thin boolc la II, 800 Mortis Necoua blnv:, I'litl.-.- ., f.--una Ulliuusui-uAll ilcalcru keep has mado a largo ajid conerul rtore. fiT'Saddlo or Harness Horses for sale or hire at all timce,- of the hearty support they have giv-- 1 A. Ciodshaw ed se strong and willing hands to support inino in bearing their precious bur den. Don't understand mo to sav that the pathway I tread is always flowery, but 1 do say that the bright days out number the dark ones. 1 sometimes feol as though tlio weight of responsibility is too grout for mo. Did you over stop to think what Did that word "teacher'' means? you over think what teaching reIIuvo you over quires you to do? thought what a power for good or evil you are? In your minds review the teachers of your acquaintance. How many uro "bet apart" for tho work? How many aro teachers in the truo sonso of the word? Unless he loves his work, no teacher can succeed, and unless ho does succeed, ho should embark in some other enterprise where success will attend his efforts. Teaching is, I think, tho grandest profession in the universo. "Education is tho chief defense of nations," and tho character of tho education depends on the teacher. What is tho meaning of truo success? Ponder it well, and let your own hearts give tho answer. 1 know-tha- t vexation, trials, troubles nud ingratitude aro tho portion of the teacher, but when we realize the good wo may do, and the rewards of the noblo performance of duty, we surely aro glad that we havo been called to tako this part on the world's great stage. Tho careless passer-b- y sees nothing in that little school up there to interest anyone, but the close observer will see that there are characters which are to be molded into beauty, or marred by wrong trainSo many people who never ing. visit the school, say they aro sorry I have to bo buried alive, 1 listen d pass on, for I know that they ,mVe never vet felt the ioy of inak- jjr even a few successes on tho field of battle where the teacher of the common schools aro tho soldiers in the trenches, or elbo they would lie tho importanco of the work,and know that honest labor is never lost. I hope the day is not far distant when Sulphur Springs may have a better school-hous- e; modern appearance and everything so worthy a district needs. Then if tho work is too much for my hands to hold, may a better teacher step into my placu,and reap the reward of the seed 1 havo sown for good, and may the errors, 1 have no doubt made, bo laid at my door. I shall know that I hae done my duty ns best I could. Though I may havo made many mistakes, they havo been errors of tho head and not of tho heart. Situated far from railroads as tho place is inconvenient as tho school building is, I yet thee, and see tho grandeur of tho human souls committed for a little while to my keeping. Imperfect as my methods are, full of faults as my whota nature is, to the profession of teaching, I havo for my wholo future life, given my head, My greatest my hands nnd heart. ambition is in this profession to succeed, my only desired epitaph when my race is run, is, "She hath done what she could." ro-nlook-beyon-d purchase of tobacco IIo is paying a good prico for tho wood. By tho way, ho U tho farmers frioud. G. Winkler, of Daviess county, gave nn entertainment at this place, which was highly enjoyed by all present. S. C.Stovens attended tho Daviess County, Teachers Association at Pleasant Ridge, tho Will. Charles Leach visited bis parents near Cromwell Saturday, returning Monday. Robert Bennett and Alva C.iloway havo gone to Owonsboro with their tobaoer-nDelia Carson, who hns b.'on confined to her room for several weeks, with typhoid fever, is some belter at this writing. Little CortcV. Bennett has bo in confined to his room for several Wo days with bronchial trouble. hopo to see him out soon. Wo would say to tho younsf Chris-tia- ns of this community that wo would like to have thorn attend our Society at Beda Church, tho Christion Endeavor Society, as thero is room for all. Come out aud let us make it a success. condition Owing to the of the weather tho work of covering tho Church at this place it progre-s- ing slowly, but wo will soon hsno a good steel roof ou our Church. r Mrs J. W. Stevens, Kindehook, and Mrs B. M. Bennett, of this place, visited friends at Whitesvillo Thursday, returning Sunday. I. E. Iloekor, of Beaver Dam, the popular salesman forlfocker & Hooker's Marble work. South Currollton, called on friends here Saturday. B. F. Gray, Beaver Dam's hustling stock man. was in the neighborhood last week, buying for tho Owonsboro market. Our bchoolat this place is progressing nicely under the management of Prof. S. C. Stevens, of Beaver Dam. A Sciioor. Gikl. to-d- ay . Htrmigi'l) Illiiiirnii'liitf. A prominent divino who wan to oflieiato ut u wedding, finding him- UNITED STATC9 GOVERNMENT Ilii-r- CATS. Kit llmiilri-i- l of 1 Iiiii K"i(i it In I'mli-- i tlnj; AnlintiU self nnd congregation in tho church comidernbly in ndvnneoof the bridnl party, miked that Koineono bhould strike up u hymn to improve tho tin... A good brother Minted ofF jtibt its tho bridal party entered with Tit-Bit- and odd It Prize Picture Puzzle. i tt if ri,. i i l 1 nond-mingha- tl. i-- s ios-tdbl- s-- Enr-rlnc- a. - jri li- , I I i M l imcuni.-iiictiii'- I p- 1 , e.-- ( ,1 d i ' if i i cnt . . i n- H w ' I 4 4 I ' 1 V , fc i V , I a 1. zm ibWM v - i ft' 1 1 4 I i l upi'i-iik- i.u-ii- l ! Tl)e JStqdard asl i . 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