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Job Work Tin: SI to The Hieteoed Eepublicai. jo. b, X SUBSCRIBE roit tiii: AVo nro trail supplied with the very bestinatori.il nnd have in our employ as gooil work nion as cuti he found. rncoi reasonable. mm, hm, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IKE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, T2RM2 31.25 FerAsnun, Id Advance. $1.25 per year. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1892. tho mine have pet rats that nro known to them by lome mark n clipped car or the Ion of a certain portion of tho tail. To these they givo comical names and feud ami pet them. Such rats are otten named after some character about town, Home peculiar! the nuimals are supposed to display. Thus a certain rat that was iu the habit of tapping the lloor with the stump of n tail left him was named as after n woll known banjo-playe- r, in thumping tho floor he seemed to bo NO. 20. I'H 0FE8SI0XAL VA LA M lull Ar sion Will iW 4ftA-- "fiiiSJL IV U a 'infiiainB VT ltD. THE Offers a Complete Line . ATTORNEY AT LAW, nVRTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. J nSci-wir- Eowe ,, OLVIV. i. s. a. wincixa. von all run down? Scot? s Emul and will and of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil Hypopliosphiles oj Lime and Soda build you up and put flesh on you give you a good appetite. JLsu of HARTFORD, KY. vyei'N ytaXilj "marking time." Tho miners have a high opinion ( of their sagacity. Tho rats generally givo tho miners tho first notice ot danger. When a big cave U about to SUtMci. all Anemic ml wnitlM ut in occur they ate seen to swarm rrartntawMtUrla klUfM. -UMpalaUrikUfumllk. tto.iT drifts and sjimper ubiiut the floors llejsaVed (let 7 "eoH of a level at unwonted times mid in Heir lee. 0oM r Bowat, Cbmt all Drugttoto. an uucaay manner. The settling uf the waste rock probably pinches tho minimis iu their dens, causing them to RATS IN SILVER MINES. at once leave in search of less danMarks tho Openiug of tho gerous quarters. In one instance a PotB of Thorn rat saved the life of a miner. The FALL ami WINTER TRADE. Minors Mako They Koop tho Lowor man had stietched himself on a plank LevolsFroo of Docay We offer lor your inspection a to take a rest between passes" iu tho ing Mattor, face of n hot drift, when a big rnt Enginening and Mining Journal.' suddenly leaped upon his breast from ' When the silver mine!) of tho Com the well. Ho bounded to his feet nnd Of New ami Desirable Goods at men dieoveretl and stock Very Reasonable Friooi flocktxlwere the country, thowhite rats bad no sooner left tho plank than down only to crashed several tons of rock upon it. AT Tim- little uni. seen were the bushy-taileAll men have antipathies of some Dials called "mountain rate." These RULE kind. Among the miners are men are not true rate, yet they have a who hnve more dread of rnts than "rat look"' about the head. They the majority of women. These men built housesi consisting of piles of IMPORTED SUITINGS are made tho victims of many tricks sticks, bark nnd dry weeds, after From the fashion centres of Europe. It freby their of muskrat, the tho manner AMERICAN FA1HUCS quently happens that live rats are by dry ground, In new ami beautiful pattern. but on high and accident shut up in the dinner pails and generally against the trunk of u EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS of the miners, to presently leap forth In fall anil winter uoveltic. spreading cedar or scrub pine tree to the great consternation of their rats vanished as oon These wives. The waitresses nt the boardas the first settlers began to intrude ing house, whose business it is to reOur iiniiir on niij 1'nrhMcr mraaa upon their haunt, using them art have tricks BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices targets in their pistol practice, apply- fill tho lunch pails, often played upon them by the miners, who 5,000 Fall and Winter ing matches to their houses and' purposely trap rats for their delccta themselves disseagreeublu making Cloaks, latent Styles, lion. In leaping across the shafts of neighbors iu various ways. to$3o each. tho mines rata often miscalculate and $2.o0 Soon the brown rat made Us fall to tho bottom, sometimes hitting n This is the rat which follows a miner on tho head knocking him civilization in all pari of tho world. Louisville, Ky. 238 Fourth A v., down. When a rat falls from two to Wherever ships go it goes. The first three hundred feet, he explodes on were brought to tho Comstock from Sore whatever he strikes just as though he California in freight wagons princihad been shot out of n gun. This is pally, most likely in the old "prairio meu. unpleasant for schooners," stored away among boxen when a mine has beeu At times, I.Ot'lVII.I.I'.,NT. I.OIUN A TKX. R. K. and crates of goods. Their rapid inshut down for a few weeks, the rats crease, after their first appearance on become ravenously hungry. Then they L1.i3.ill!, St, Louis & Tens ailwiy. the Comstock, was astonishing. From do not temple to devour theyoung, ten to fourteen rats nro produced at HCIIKDl'I.K IN KrHKCT NOV. I. IMI. old nnd weak of their kind. During .So. si, ;o,sj, a birth, and there nro several litters WESTUOUNP. lllj. ltll). each year: besides a rat is a grand-fatti- the suspension of work in n mine U p. m. 7.4S.m. Lv. Uul.vlll that is not connected with other mines before he is a year old. Then, -- .. in. 7.10 p. m W. it Point that nro running, every thing eatable 07 p. m. 9.17 . in. Ilrandenburg the Comstock .. . in. T p. m. tho rats that colonized enemies. There in tho underground regions is devour Irvlnatnn towns encountered no m. .1 p. " lo.M Itephm.perl ed, even the spots of caudle drip 10 a.m. ip. i. were no cats iu the country. C1o.iprt m. 10 10 p. m. -- - 11.11 pings on the floors. When work is IItlll....... Soon stores, barns, warehouses, hoII 54 . m. 1031 p. re. Lewl.port resumed tho almost Jamished creat-- .. 11: t p. m. 11 11 0. re. Ow.niboro tels tho whole town were swarm ures are astonishingly bold and lea- r11 p. m. 11 M p. m. gpotlsulle I .tip. -- .. Ar. H.nJ.r.on f. 11 . m. ing with rats. Cats wero then brought I less. Then thoy will como out of No.M, No. SI, ovor from California, and the tirst their holes nnd get upon the underDally. Iaily EAST nOUNII. lot sold for $20 to $25 a head. Soon ground engines feven when they nre 7.1S. m. J:lSp. l Lt. Hf nd.r.on every prairio schooucr that crossed nro in rapid motion) and drink the 3 37 p. n . in. 7.17 . flpott.f lllr 1.17 . in. 4 M p. m, Ow.nsNiro the mountains had slung to it a big oil out of the oil cups, quite regardless 09 a.m. IMp.tn. I.ewispnrl nnd m m. Hewesville ' a.. m. &.S7" p.- m. cage filled with cats of all kinds 810, ot the presence of tho engineers, . Clsverport Tho price went down to colors, A fire in a mine slaughters rats by m. .1 p. m. (Itpt.Dtpoit Few escape, as the ll.W . m. 7.0 p, m. then to $5 a head, and finally so the wholesale. Irtington 11 r . m. Ml p. m. Ilrandenhurg many cats arrived that they could not gases penetrato every nook nnd cran. os p. m. In M p. m. W.sl Palm be given away. For tome time how0 p. m. uyoftho underground regions, nnd P. m. Ar. Leeliiill ever, crates and cages filled with cats, often so kiiddenly ns to nsphyixnte t T.alna No. Jl an No. 93 make connection or what was loft of them after fighting them in their holes.However, with the Irvlnglon (Sunday ucept.d) with train! on Louis-.tilHarllnsburr X Western It. H., east nd all tho way over the mountains Smell of gas they take the alarm and For ml bound. II. C,further Information, addrass continued to arrive, and, no salo beHOUMJK, Gen. IVr ag't. mako tor the drifts and open Hook. Leuisv.lle, Ky. ing found tor them, wcto turned loose Bushels of animals hnve beeu gatherin the town. Soon tho whole placo ed up after a fire and rush ot gas. swarmed with cats, ami tho cat nuis- Iu 1873 there was a fire and several ance was woise than tho rat nuisanco, exploions of gas in tho Yellow Jackand it was a thousand times more et miue, with flows of deadly gas invociferous. to bo me of tho adjoining and connecThe rats soon discovered tho mines ting mines. In tho Crown Point nd found therein a congenial home, mine tho rats had somo warning nnd and a home free from the terrifying rushed out of their dens, but were members of the feline tribe. Never overtaken by tho gas driven through was a cat seen iu any of tho lower tho opening by explosious that soon levels of the mines, though they somci followed in the Yellow Jacket. times prowl about the old surface of After tho fire, which was on the tunnels. In tho first opening of the 1,300 level, a miner stood in one spot mines there was no place for tho rats, mi tho 1,100 level of tho Crown Point but as soon ns the timbers began to be nnd counted lying about him, within set up and cribs of waste rock built raugo of tho light ot his candle, no theyj were ablo to find safe biding fowcr than eighty-tw- o carcasses of tho places; also, there was room for them defunct rodents. Three camllo boxes nUa flit a RiwaTavnaL friMll.Ynnill i every whet o behind the lagging of the wero filled with tho dead rats fouud tcrtalu luiiler 0.jtlea la .BraLitkns, " drifts. As they increased in numbers ou a single floor. rUr U e.eS (Art ft.r "-- . thj tun Ukut TottwlllMOU.tSMI there was on nil sides an iucreaso But dcM. Bold it d.iltri firr"r. &uf Tho miners tell many wonderful U41.00. of space through tho rapid extraction stories about the tricks and comical of oro by the miners. pranks of tho ration the lowor levels, liUTt. LI . OET M onsiiiT. They doubtless boo n discovered but tho majority of these nro to be that, though man was their enemy taken with ulnrgo pinch of salt. They on the surface, he was a friend down are invented for tho benefit of tho in the underground drifts nnd cham- people of tho upper world. bers. Ho shared his meal with them, CREAM and they scampered nnd capered Luting nnd frnifrnn IlAC'KMErACK," about him with perfect impunity. pcifunio. Price 21 ami 60 cents BaJd liy Z. ny.io Qrlffln A llr. The warmth of fhe lower levels appeared to bo very congeuial to tho YEARS "OR Remedle. rats, both old and young. Cold is a Has lod nil Worm thing unknown to them. It is ns EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. though they bad been given an imBOLD EVEUYWHERE. f.,,41., BHIUKU!ll)3t.TtUIR)Hl.CO.,lT.t0nl. mense hoUhousc in which to breed. Any temperature they desire, from 60 to 130, is at their command. Rats are useful as scavengers in $75.00 to S2$0.00oAora,r;. pr.f.rrfd who can furnhh hori and lli. thiir mines. They devour all tho scraps of momant Mpar whole limn to th buttniti. meat and other food thrown upon the rnnj b profltattf tmplojrrd al.o. Af.w Taeaaalaa ground by the minors when at luuch, Ce m town and cltle. B, r, JOnNRON Mth aid Main it., Richmond, V. eating even tho hardest bones, thus provetning bad odor. As tho decay of T11K KV. OKU.II. Til AYES, of llourbon the smallest thing is unendurable in Ind.,inyn "Iloth mj.elf nml wif owe our Urn ttoNillXOlI'N CttXaVMFTMX VCUK. Mad Pcrions a mine, tho miners never intentional HoW by Z. Wayne Onffio Bro. An broi.n dowa from OTtrworkorhooMhoU Drown'a Iron Bitter ly kill a rat. ' Concblna; Lead lbulldathintBi,alddl(Mtloa,r(aoTMi CouuBfhw. Men workidg in particular parts of Kemp's Baliomitep the cough at one MMxbi.neuriaUrU. r(MaMaa. Emnltloo cure Ceafb., roAi! h eUe, OMumarUon, Paett'a SCOWS Bata. t Eanidslon SEPTEMBER AT COST! RED FRONT & CO. Cap- DRY GOODS (OITlce, orer Algernon's Darjiar.) Will practice their prnf.uionliinll the courts 0 Ohio and ndjoiain counties, nnd court of Appeal Special attention Kiven to criminal practice and collection!, Tames j&.. Smitli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. tier h's prufeflon In Ohio and the couit of Appeal., bpecia attention i;lren to collection". Ullico north sido public square. Tl 71 r Will pr-- E.U.GUFPV. O-VLff- - LARGE : STOCK HUD m Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, &c, at cost in Attorneys at Law. order to close out that line. Come early and set Bargains as the adjoining prnctlcc court of counties, niij Supirior Court of and btninens attended Slaughter Sale will last only a few weeks. 3'J i;,.MarUtt Bt,,lIarlforJ, OVERCOATS. Come and get Bargains, for they will not last long at the prices we are selling them. Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY LAW, PANTS. Well, just step in and see and you will surely buy. We have a fine selected stock. THE RED FRONT also carries a complete line of Groceries. 12- - TZ. "7"ea.d.Ixl.g,, Produce of kinds taken in exchange for goods. Attorney at Law, JS,y- Crowder Will aIm. 6s Eingo, Ohio And nnd Court II. D. BINGO. o. In nil in Collections Office, No, Ap All lejrnl Ky. AT fellow-workme- n. (OIBco in Dulldlng.) Will practice his profession In all the court! of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary I'nbllo TiOMlJ Rosine, 2s.. WASHINGTON. Affairs at tho Nation's ital. December 10. Tho more study the Democrats givo to the President's message tho less they like it. It is n hard, matter of fnct presentation of figures showing just what the Republican party has done for the country, and tho Democrats already realize that it is goiug to be constantly to by those they havo hoodwinked, as it becomes more nnd more apparent, ns it will from the time they tnke control of Congress nnd the Government, that tho campaign promises they mado nro impossible and impracticable. Theio is no going behind tho increase of 287 per cent, in the wealth of the country since it passed under the control of tho Republican party, an increaso unparallelled by the history of any country in the world. But the parts of the message that hurts tho Democrats the most nro those which tell them that in accordance with their promises they are expected to overthrow tho protection system and inaugurate n tariff for revenue only, nnd that retrogression in the prosperity of the country will be a ciime; they do not like to bo reminded of those things. The restriction upon fraudulent vot" ing iu tho preseut fedcrnl election laws are few enough nnd weak enough, but the Democrats nre in such nn almighty hurry to remove them that forgetting the present Republican majority iu tho Senati a bill has already beeu introduced iu both House and Senate to reSenator Hoar truly peal them all. says that when theio laws nre repealed "all that will bo necessary iu great cities like New York and Chicago, and iu many of tho Stales, will be for tho Democratic managers, before an election, to declare what majority they and such majority will bo returned. It would eeem.if this policy is to bo carried out, to bo a pity to put tho people to tho uxpouso of an election." Tho Democrats nro figuring through the repeal of theso Inws to continue iu power iudefitely. They calculate upon a permanent solid South and n Inrge enough manufactured voto in New York, Chicago nnd other cities to give them permanent control of n mnjority of the electoral college. What a begiuning for tho great Demst ocratic era of reform, and how bo tho prospect to those who have allowed themselves to believe-thaanything good or wholesome could come from a party with such a record ns the Democratic party has. "Circumstances alter cases," in politics ns in everything clso. Tho very Democratic Congressman who tnlked wildly about impeaching Secretary Foster when he en id that if it becumo necessary ho would not hesitato to uso a portion of tho $100,000,000 gold rescrvo fund in tho Treasury to meet the obligations of the government, are now themselves tnyiug that if thoro is a deficit in tho Trensury nfter it passes uuder Democratic control this rescrvo fund can bo used to make it up. There appears to be a good many Democrats in Congress who have such short memories that thoy have already forgotten that thoy declared in their national platform and upon the stump that protection to American industries Some of tbcm was unconstitutional. others secretly, favor protection openly, cd do-sirpleaa-iugmut A Fireman who Could Not still survive, two daughters and one son. Mr. Brock pi ofessed the ChrisMove When in Ex- - C.E. Overstreet&Co bald-heade- er Ill, C P- to-l- l t, r. awit WORMS WHITE'S 20 VERMIFME r-- 7.;1 You can get the Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. " tian faith about fifteen years ago, during a great revival at Whitesville, Will practice his profession in all the Courts ol nnd Ky., which was conducted by the Ohio and adjoining counties,glTen in the Court of Appeals. Special attention to collection. Revs. Gabbert and Arnold. He reOffice, over Williams, Del A Co's drugstore. mained in the Baptist Church nt thnt place until his death, which occured at this place November, 1892. We I are told that he was n faithful Church member, that he was particularly devoted to his family, a pleasaut man at all times nud under nil circumstances, To kuow him was but to admire him and many times wo havo wished that all men were equally as good and true to his fellow beings as was onr friend, Mr. Brock, nud now that the death angel has so gently nnd unexpectedly stolen into OVER RED FRONT his home nud bns taken him, wo OFFICE loved so well, wo can but feel "Thy Is prepared to do all kinds of will be done." Wo know of no Dental work at reasonable prices. words that can comfort his lonely wife tind desolato children. Words nre empty things nnd we know from experience- that nil tho sympathy nnd condolence on earth could not make you miss him less, but we pray that God's sweetest blessings on you, nnd may you ever keep in mind that II o who reighs iu heaven ns well on 'Wo earth, is ever ready to comfort the miuute 1 can never describe. are gone, Charley,' I yelled to the en- widow and the fatherless. gineer behind me. 'There's a flat car Hiawatha or tiik West. e ahead of us. See that red light?" WHY WII.I, YOU cough when Shlloh'a Cue started to get "Charley saw it and ill ulioluimcdlite relief. Price 10 ct., 60 els down. I yelled to him not to doit, nd SI. Sold by Z. Wnyne. Urlffln A Uro. that wo might escape death, but if we DO YOU WANT TO MA Kit Y, orilo you TH-- . 'ICXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND aoclnl letters Irom gentlemen and ladles r.W ANO MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. jumped from that engine, running at ofculture and means Irom all oier the country? My. It acts gentlr on Uie atomaeb. Ilnr llr M O .nd a pleaunt Uutlr.. This drink U least eighty miles au hour, we would ilso,Jiitsend one ten cents and recelrea copy of f.aje lioia s.herbs,1.and u prtpvnlforaMuualru l His ealiml the elegant matrimonial paper called Oiimi be killed sure. I shut off tho steam, IIlosiohi. which will attord you more healthful and, throwing ou tho air, began enjoyment than j ou hare had for many a day: each All rinttrcrlifaaAlllt at ftVt inrl fttftla l number contains hundreds of letters trom 'plugging' her. The wheels reversed, ladles and gentlemen wantlngcorreepondenti young Ii iirnn!t'tKettl,ien1fourvlUrer.rrrej.i)pld. tamllr MtdlclneV. notfi 'i bonrilicuck from 1" III I iaiUH us uri HJin.r .a.iiti.M, OUATOII IT.VtOl.lillAUU. tI.Ol',.l, but she rode over the saud ns if there thoe of the opposite eij if there la a man or woman who has not found his or her affinity Charley here's the golden opportunity. Address OaiNoa was none on tho track. clung to mo with wido staring eyes, look, room U, IS Uoylston atrcet, Ilo.ton, 1 SS ly. '"'iAJL Hi fl and I honestly believe he was praying. Mats. faNearer, nearer wo rushed to that FOR' JHNl'KI'SIA and I.Ivor Comprint tal light and dashed past it. Soon youh.iren printed guarantcr on every bottle o lloh's ViUilizer. Sold by, W.iyno GrlfflniUr we were stopped, and I called the fireman to go back with me and asHe could not certain what it was. By special arrangements with tho move, nud when I pulled him from his 6cat ho was as stiff as a poker, nud Publishers wo are ablo to ofler Home ISTHEBZST. it was several seconds before ho could and Farm in combination with tho for tho price of our pautter n sound. The poor fellow wns "ill!8. UITOJIMM. 4TUKTl. ftUUITB- paralyzed with fear, nnd it was a long per alone. The annual subscription T.UIUH time before he recovered. What wns pricojaj tho Rltudlicajj is 81.25. To A fool every subscriber who renews now nnd the red light doing there? H. A. LOZEIER&CO., agent hnd come up to flag a train fol- pays iu advance wo will send him Wholesalo Daalers, lowing us and left his red light near HOME aud FARM, free, or two paCLEVELAND, O. the rails. When I met him I never pers for the price of one, 310 Superior St. felt so much like murdering a man iu Renew your subscription to the Ri:i'Uju.ican aud get this great agrimy life." cultural aud homo journal FREE for TlHIS lffcKttuo.Scw.ll.r AdT.r. J. W.AVSHAlil 1. our authorised OKOU ONE YEAR, For sample copies of Allon Brook. JEittca villi:, Dec. 5 1802. ii was Homo and Farm wnto to Homo nnd A. J. SLATON, M. D Send your in tho early spring of 1841, and on Farm, Louisville, Ky, & the evening of March tho 17th, of the subscription iu at once to tho Rltuii-licaFormerly of Millwood, now locate! at Leitch-fieltho subject abovo named year, that oilers his professional servii es to the people of our sketch came into existence. Urayson and adjoining counties. Office in A XASAI. I.VIKCTOIl free with ench ly Price W cents (the Dr. Haden propertT.) He was the son of George and Betty Sol, I by Z. Wayne Grillln A Uro. Brock, of Adair county.Ky., at which placo ho spent the earlier part of his nitllVKWLNS, or the LIQ.V9R II A HIT Cured nt Home III TruDuy. life. But as tho years passed on nnd by iilii.li.ltirliiK llr. 1 1 ill lien' ho became n rami, he cultivated that CENTRAL CITY, KY. UoIiIfii Np eel lie. great desire, so common ninong young It can be iilvm lnaglsof Ixer.ncupofcollco R. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R. e. orten, orlnlood, without tho knowledge of tho men, nnd went West to seek his arTect absolutely harmless, and traveling many years in patient. His and spenlycure, whether will pu- After Hns just beeu repaired nnd newly the a permanent Texas, Knnsasnnd Arkansas ho re- ti..nt Ur tnn,terrutnitrlnkprnrftll llleohollo wreck. Located closo to Depot. a thousand easci, andlnev- - furnished. It his been turns to Kentucky, whero ho becamo cry case a given In euro has followed. It never perfect s Give lunch Good meals or enamored of, nnd wiu married to fulls. Tho .ystem once Impregnated with the ot Ohio county, specific, II becomes an niter Impossibility for the it a trial. Miss Kate Swnpo, liquor appillta to oxiat. Cures gniirnteed, 48 on Nov. 12 1872, by Rev. Joel Hills. pago Imuk of particulars free. Address the Hippy and content It a home with "Tha Ko CO. 181 HACK Ntreet Tho union proved to be a happy one, Obtstar t a limp with the ll.ht of the mornloc. Ohio, fuith-- f nnd for twenty years ho wns ns CUocof,write Rochester Lamp Co., Now York. positive ul, kind nud loving as husband could IIIf.OII'N OAT.1KKI1 Homedy.-- A cure for Catarrh, Hipt.'herla and Cancer.Mouth. be to wife, and they wero always as Sold by Z. Wavne Clrlilin A Uro. BROW1CS IKOIt BITTER! AUIAHAO . a. happy as people ever get to bo in Contain One Hsmdrejl Mll" tor rojjk-y bow. Lnue'D mcUlclnra move the chwvply ond ln dUelouCuaV U glv.u away at Uru this life. There wero five children etcry Uny. Till and general atoroa. born to this uuiou, three of whomi i ordor to bi tmlthy Ihli Is necessary. Tti'lianapolu Xttvi." "It is not often that nu engineer stays on his teat in the face of a collision if bo has a chance to jump, "said an old railroad man receutly. "When he doesn't jump it's because ho hasn't time. I remember once when a fire-mwas metaphorically frozen to his seat. I was on tho engine at tho time. See these gray hairs?" and he pushed back his hat. "I got them all in nbout two minutes. It happened ou the Indianapolis division of tho Pennsylvania lines. I was in chnrgo of tho fast mail tiain, No. 7, and Charley Mason, as good nn engineer as ever took hold of throttle, was hauling us. No. 7 is n fast train, any how, but that night we were late out of Columbus, and 1 teli you wo were splitting tho wind. Having nothing else to do, I climed over to tho engineer nnd asked Charley to let mo run her awhile, nnd he pushed over to givo me room. Everything went ns lovely ns a May day dauce uutil we started down the hill. Suddenly a red light showed up ahead of us on tho track. The awf illness of that I trenio Danger. Hartford. Ky. ATTORNEY AT LAW, L. Heaviln, If. i. wsif i& DENTIST. LINE'S MEDICINE hl-- Two For One. i-- "lir Agents Wanted! 1 n. Physician Surgeon, e, Commercial Hotel, for-tuu- first-clas- Cinclu-uatt- l, i. - I Hartford Republican PUBLISHED i KVERY FIMIUY a. MOHN1NO. I. JO. B. ROUEHft, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1892. Who of our citizens have the pluck and public spirit to look into the of building n pike to Reaver Dam? That wo ncsd it no one dc nics. Hartford and the people of the southern part of the county will lose more iu the wear and tear of wagons and teams in tho next ten years than it would cost to build a pike. Let's bavo a good road to Reaver fens-ibili- ty Dam, navigation of Rough River and wo will bo in a position to treat railroads that come courting our favor with cold indifference. The painting of tho World's Fair buildings was found to bo an immense undertaking, so much so that when work was begun it was soon discovered that it was impossible to put men enough to work ou the buildings to paint them before the opening of the great Fair. Rut American enterprise has never yet been found wanting and Mr. Frank Millett, the artist in charge,invented a machine by which four men can paint a greater surface in a day than a whole army of painters would in a week. n Through the eflorts of the and R. E. C. Literary Societies and the Faculty of Hartford College, the Hon. Henry T.Stanton.of FrankAdel-phia- tion we have no objection.' What, no was not competent, Nouo will nffitm objection to incidental violenco douo that ho would withhold tho truth to tho Constitution of tho United when met with tho jailor's ngoniing States? No objection to incidental appeal. What was his nnswer? Befraud? No objection to incidental lieve on tho Lord Jesus Christ nnd robbery? No objection to incidental thou and thy house, shall bo saved." robber barotusm? It is charitnblo to It is impossible for us to give n more conclude that the Union was indulg- complete synopsis ot tho sermon. It ing in nn incidental joko wheu it impressed us very much. What a penned that utterance" pity it is that all the churches cannot come together ou this common Tin: ablest as well as tho most popground! What nn injury to tho ular of tho Louisville Sunday papers cause of tho Matter is tho seetaraian-isis tho 7Vufi. Its bright editor, Mr. that is now so prevalent in our R. II. Ridgcly, is a rising star in tho country! What n happy consummn journalistic field nnd richly merits tho tion it would bo if nil christians success ho is achieving. The Truth is would quit their bickerings, quit their Democratic to the core, but its able trying to proselyte rather than condenunciation of tho dnngcrous ring vert, quit firing volleys into each oth? recently formed in tho city Democracy crs ranks, clasp hands on the truths and still more recently defeated, is all believe and mnkc one united asproof of its sincerity if any wcro sault ou Satan and his myriads of needed. With all the force that could hosts. bo summoned it fought tho highhandWHITESVILLEr ed schemes of tho ringstors and has tor Dec. 10. Mrs. Alice Kelley tind its reward the fact that the city has been delivered from tho bands of her little sou, OlU, who have been those whoso woro not consistent visiting her parents for several days, acts with good government. The Truth's columns sparklo with tho brightest wit and humor from tho pen of its editor nnd his nble corps of contributors nnd is in short, barring its politics, a model Sunday pnper. returned home yesterday. Misses Estclla mid Orclla Ralph visited Miss Corda Nelson, ol Magan, Sunday. itself Mrs. Fannie Skeeters, of Union county, is visiting her paienls, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Greer. James L. Pntton nnd Miss Minta MALEFACTOR? IS HE A Ralph were married November 15th. A Free Trade organ, known as the Nation, grows indignant nnd delivers The marriage ceremony win performed by Rev. J. S Taylor, of Whites-villc- . ns follows: "Tho fraud of the McKinley Rill on the poor through their blankets nlono contains moral guilt enough to fill one of the biggest penitentiaries in the country with malefactors." fort, was engaged to deliver some of his matchless productions before a Hartford audience. The entertainat College Hall. ment occurs Mr. Stanton's reputation as a speaker and writer is not coufincd to the limits of his own State or country and the Societies and Faculty are to be congratulated upon their wise selec tion made in choosing one so well nble to instruct and to please. The people of Hartford and Ohio county have a rare opportunity of enjoying a literary treat. ht foe were to blockade public highways for three days, our so that our citizens could not intermingle, so that our internal trade could not bo carried on, so that our farm products could not be hauled to market, the people would rise in their might to crush beneath the tread of hundreds of thousands of our infuriated citizen soldiers the insolent invaders, but when through three months of the year our roads are blockaded by mud, simply mud, no steps are taken to remedy the evil, but the people go on, losing thousands and millions of dollars every year without whatever. any apparent interest When will they arouse to a sense of their welfare. If a foreign A vast majority of the voters of Kentucky wisely adopted tho new Constitution but a few preteutious political Solomons whose advice was very emphatically sat upon by the people's verdict are continually howling about tho mistakes oi the new Constitution and laying tho faults, incompetency and general eusscdness of tho present Democratic Legislature The Constituto that instrument. tion is not perfect of course, but it is better than tho old, and tho eflorts of the aforesaid sages to mislead tho public mind as to where the responsibility lies is both silly nnd disgusting. The present Legislature is 11 bitter dose for tho Democracy but they must swallow it just tho same. And jet the Democratic papers and politicians aro endeavoring to show how and why it is that the Presidentelect should not call nn extra session of Congress to euro this"moral guilt." is either enAnd the President-eledeavoring to cxplnin away the Demo-crr- tic platform or to ignore it altogeth er. Then nccordiug to tho Nation's reasoning, it may bo easily seen how, if Mr. Cleveland continues to for this narefuse tho remedy tional crime (?) he will himself be covered with "mornl guilt enough to fill," a part at least of "one of the biggest penitentiaries in the country.'' Now, it would indeed bo n great shame to have n President of the United States a fit subject for the pen itentiary, but if Mr. Cleveland persists in his now seeming determination to refuse to be directed in the administration of his office by the platform on which he was elected we shall expect tho Nation to insist on nu indictment, trial and conviction of the President, who will of course entertain his friends at Sing Sing or some other convenient place of punislimout for the "moral guilt" of "malefactors" instead of in tho White Houe as has been the custom of our Presidents heretofore. Sad spectacle this, but it is just such ns may be expected to befall a party that wins, when it does win, on false issues and refuses to carry out the very policies it declares the people elected its candidates to carry out. Down with such double-dealinct g. James Greer nnd Miss Annie Mills, of Bell's Run, were married Nov. 24. Cicero Mullen and Rush Knox nie the applicants for the nt this place. D. J. Burks has finished delivering his tobacco and is preparing to move to Owensboro next week. Alec llardesty is very low with ty phoid fever and lung trouble. John Hagan is sick with typhoid fever. J. llardesty, of Crane Pond, died Decenibei 2. of lung tiouble. The burial took place at the Catholic burying grouud near hero Sunday. post-offi- nth ot December, ns the hist rays of the citing sun kissed tho hills, bo breathed his last, mid his pure spiiit returned to tho God whognvo it, Whekeas, It has pleased God in his mysterious providence to call from enrtli to heaven our young friend, Mr. W. 'j. Swan, nnd Whereas, Wo recognizo in bis life all that is pure and ennobling nnd iu his death n loss to parouts and loved loncs nine never can nc fore bo it Rimoi.Ved, That in behnlt of tho faculty and students of Hartford ' College, we extend to bis parents our deepest sympathy in this Hid hour of their bereavement, when nu only child lies in the cold nnd silent tomb. Rejoi.ved, That wo extend to the Bjrrowing mint, who sinco the denth of his mother has cared tor him, nnd nlso to his relations nnd friends our condolence. That while wo deeply feel the severe loss sustained, there was great rejoicing among the nngcls when that pure soul was taken lroni mortal earth to join iu singing praises around God's bright throne in Heaven. Riaoi.vr.n, That with this, nuothei evidence of mortality and the uncertainty of life, wo emulate his example ot christian fuithiulne-- s and reiiga-nnti- nti to the will ot Him who tlncth all things well. 'Ihsthisexnmp'c s'lall ever guide our footsteps along the slip pery pathway of life and point us to the beautiful haven of rest prepared for the pure in heart, where do.U h never enters nnd sorrow is never known. Rioi.vr.D, That a copy of theo resolutions be presented to his parents nnd aunt, mid that n copy bo presented to tho papers of this and Henderson county for publication. -- ' The following progrntnmu is subA K..K mitted lor dii'Ctis-'ioat the ue.t tegular meeting in College Hall, SaturTho committee day, Jan. 7, 18!I.'J. earnestly requests that till who aro A i." i)t- "H .'f on duty will respond, mid that a full EXPLANATION'. Tim following miiplnced. letters constitute , attendance ot the tc.ichcis may be jP when properly arranged tho immii of the most popular miisio pub- had. The object of the Association j) licatiou ou the continent, and the publMiun of The Canadian Mi- lbeing to establish n Heading Circle i: sio Folio aro offering a Prio Competition in connection with it, the solo object boinif to attract attention to their handsome publication mid u Scientific investigation of the Nr hikI increase the circulation of it. Ah to tho reliability of Tho C- aproblems of to day: t' nadiau Mtisio Folio Company, and tho estimation in which thoy aro rilOORVMME. ) hold iu loronto, (.auada, where thoy urn host Known, contestants S):l.r O'clock. Devotional Exit $ iu this competition are roforrod to any of tho "Mercantile Agencies" ci-Rev. T. K. Coleinmi m or leading Daily Newspaper of Canada, who will verify the state- w iiionl that we aro the only boue in1 tho Competition I)iiuucmi in Chorus Choral Club. ;J' Canada that faithfully carries out what it advertises, and fnrtbor- TeachV-- G. T. "Why Do Wo inoro,"Uurs is tho only aihortiscinont ol this Kind that I lie loronto Tinsley. Globe, tho leading Canadian Newspaper, will accept, which is but "Moinl Training in the Public another proof of our integrity. School' Iter. W. G. Stewart. Discussion II. C. Truman nnd A. Lcc Bennett. C Vocal Solo Florence Morton. fifth Ciinnilliiii Mn-l- e t'ullo will nlio an Klceant 1'n of I'nv. tf vlugTlin r",'H,lir rnrriijtiMiiil Ilur--p nltli h Declamation L. M. Render, lliirnro- - 4'oliiplrli-- . wliif.t tta), (4ullfri'l W in wua til mijr pirtor the I'liltiM Stuto) to tlu llrt pcr-Him onmirr nf III' ibii thro o xoo.v liners1. correctly, to tho mcoml nill Im phi'im Iji.lvnr icnt NuMj IllPjrlrtun) iniiKii .t. .lilrd Mltli iii'iiiiiullr llrp.lnrirtliliilHl'l l mii' isltiiimi r.lrmnl Ij'Jj nr '"'.l'- 1:!10. Choi Club. nulnr Nnlltl (inlil nmrll, tnliie,! at JIM, tat llipfnurlli will ! uiion n limn lllni;, il.nirt orinntlimui. ,t the iiniimll l ulvnnci I'lrpint i lilnn A Century's History ot Education HIT NitIc,(UJ pUvr), lotliciiUi ii Htlj Mllili. IIIi..'I.hiiik U lilt ri). Int'io - .tfnllltollli, iu tho oitlitli n ftrtentlnhnirr rt n llrxt.cl.l- - liilln, lillliir,'lluiii anin Kentucky .1. W. Lytic. lidiliiU 4'iilni'rn: tu t Its nttitli I mi Aiilliin-Nllta-- r lock, ): llniiiiip l.ntiii, tothc il.'i.'iill. flHiiti'l liorcc-tc- r In tin' tnth (II IIimiiI 'lollct Set prlrf in Discussion L. B. Loney, C. M. to the lucllth ii tlno pair ol (inlil llaiuulril lilicru (Jin .ch una mm) nlh-" tlm merit. 1 lit- - O11I3 liinilltliin-ii.Mfi- it cw r) ffiniMtilnr nmt niraiiKf ofilirr al.nc Crowe und I. S. Mu-ei- i. of llii' time huhImi rru 0, nn ir - mini- - hiiIi lt:) Flflccll tllii-ci'i'I In ! r.i'ii K0I10, c iii ninntii 4 in a .Ml .cnpti our in itniuiitror Instrumental Duet Mi-sDuke I'tlicr- - in In tliiiovruiiliiK' i mik iiinrkiilllr-lniU County Association. Wtt i SSSs?5,2?&$' ,tDCO- - i'i3:ttx iiifiit'' i&GajZxA-a$t- JJ?i V A x w (i T it J; ? s$s A W N $ (A) J, fk C S N A I I O IN C M ALU ? D F A us-C- horal il r I es mid Kurd. KatieCoomiiks, O.M. Snui.T, J. W. Lyii.e, Committee from Faculty. How can We Arrange n System of Country High School"? Dr. Alexander. Dicu-io- n K. K. Sliult, J. S. Fi'hugh and J. M. Porter. Vocal Solo Mis-- Km Morton. j "Life's Practical Workshop'' Miss Co iinlnv. Duet Annie ami .Mamie Boss. liiiportauco ot Our County Imposition Mis. I. A. Wedding. Mih-c-s Coleman, Kahn, Kintr and Towiisi'iid: Messrs. David- son, Leach, Imnagiu and Supt, Jo. B. Rogeis. Chorus Choinl Club. Plans for Our Rending Circle Profs. K. It Ray, Rieluid Foster and Dr. Aim Jones, ti -t nn iniiil llio irlunit tin' inloruf nurir l.ir) vr 11 liniitii iil iliuua-- , 11ml inukuiu cxiutly or ran tlml nut the turrit c.fnlill )uu ur'M ttln, 'lo tilt tiuti f, iilinu tin' I -t cnrrw't ii rm.l U liiTcn 1111 Llcint llprlulil fil- If) 110, 1 ilttcit nt 9 ini, Ut the In- -t Iiciiii Irmii Hi l.a.in,Miz 11 torriit nii-t- ii r will I1 kIicii nOrtitl 111 iii'k Kiiic inlil Sauiliir untih nln Ii tlki-the hout" uti.l .M rl r Imiir- - iti , nn.I t.uuiil at ut 'lm-ii- r. 11 itliulinl mill to Hip m mimI Inmi tin' lal 11 Sutil.T Ul')a'li'im ni'ik-'- l I'm inn Ok Iirctnlhi llilr I nn Antli'llr Sllur lloucr I'pcr-KinD to ilii'limrtli lroni tti hi ntlilii DiiU Ileal room Null lo I In- llltlifrnni liin.l-oiiNIUcr'li'M M'rilrc, to lho utilli rioni tho li-- t n l autlfiu I'limo I'airU-- i mill iiu'li l.iiiiii to tin' fi'ii nlli ihvi la- -t 11 I'liatlrutilc I't ilc iiUir (41 tmii)), to tin I lit- - i I1I1111 'laii ,Si'rira Sinuiii, to tlm IkIiIIi fruuitlm nintli lroni laxtn jiiirol itpniiiiic 4'roli 11 llcrli.t Vuia't; to tl"' tout 11 lroni Hi" li- -t a (0 4'Iilini I'NIi ,Si'i,nni mm other u, hi otala r nfini nt I'rcnclihull We -l.'Heu:l !tn lnlllil.le ti fie. il priwa (If till re rlicliM ! w .Nntli rife l 11111I1 lor Uilm; or piekini; pnxea, 'lie' 'f mini Mii'lniinnrrca t ati;ii lli-li- ef tho leii'luiK i ire-- liuier, mil r.aiiutnconnetiion mtlioiir nlvilli-tiiei- it tu IiiiiIiim nuti.ii r next mmitli are iitionlulpl) (imii for the iiihi of priw f in nny .Snllilni! f.r una are the Incriii-iii- K the clrculatleii of our I'Ol.lo Wo h iielh nil tin, - of ! 1 luu-ir illnit l Hlniliml" prm , hn Ii l onlv"lloiic" In the truilc rtiii Ijinullo a . m your Olime. 1110 lo ( hat itlliol (he 'iri-ji- i In e noil th" oiihlio line nuilii-- t I'rlrol oiiih tllioii.breiitlit uhoiil h mii tn uloii- - nti.itii roi "I ik Joiirnil 11ml riliit to tiir lenllnnu. laitliaio xiwin i rjlliiniSHi-lin- e lie .h, me men, ii Me Imii not nl. I n mtli 1..111 .. ill on. II,. rellouituiO)rli(lit iiiikh. nliirii-o- l "I ifon luitii Wllllci lUhoc." !(- t 1 Tan- - " (nif to N1111,' ) "llii.li l.ltll.'dlrl. Iion'l Cry. liar, can, r "I rlnii at Mat t f".J '111 I Oil. la Wtiltr.! "My Miilliir Ki- - iiHi,'i "llicr the Wiii," iValttn. M m m all III It r law 111 tliettiu-l- e lie, lirltc !) ali'l ae If Hit I" list hi far the tri.vlc-- t Milne No iiiowt r will Ix uotaul tliHlihMM Mill ri luiiilyoiir nn 111 1 with ait jnil lo r ari'tiiuei.t r 1.4 - lolnrti-- a ineta aaar lliia not loiitaiirao int. In l,iiup-- f uitliiutliiil' l .11 Mu-l- l ,t si, Uiil('. li,l t' i. ri) .lr t i) CANADIAN MUSIC J , FOLIO, Lu:.a Joiisos, Mc-Ait- "The B. Choi u tion Association Wil-o- n, Minor," of the paper--Joh- n tclilloii till- - l'n per. Toronto, Canada. 1 Pansy. A Bargain. I now have for sale two fine blooded race horses. One of them is Tom Nichols, tho celebrated thoroughbred stallion, and the other is Bon Fune, n thoroughbred race horse,both of national reputation. Both horses are sure foal getters and can show as fine a lot of colts as was ever seen i anywhere. These horses must nnd, o it you will be sola at a bargain, want to buy, do so at once. Call on or address me at Beaver Dam, Ivy. 17 tf Horace Barni I M. P. KlMltl.EY, J. R. Committee from School. Arlcrl.il fHutnl l.ut.. Ono of tho most interesting of tho IMitor. Choral Club. Biisine-- s truii-ncti- new psycho-phyaioloijic- hrtiu-nicnt- a MAGAN. Dec. now. 12.--So- cial jat borings and ' s'l,n'nni aro t'10 order of tho day sot of Wo bavo a plef-an- t young people and 'madam rumor"' says that several of two, will shortly ho made ouo. Why do s.01110 of tho jotitig ladies hero take so much interest in the is tho pletliyHiiiorrnph, which indicates tho least How of blood in tho arteries of tho c:iii. By means of it observers hnve found that whe a tho bcntenco of tho judge is road Lo-foro a criminal thero is n deoroa'-- in tlw firm-- fir lilnrul in tun nmn l .iit thnt tho siaht of n irhu-- of wino in creases tho How. Again, when it is requited to perform nn Rrirlimctiir.il calculation, to multiply for cxumjiio, an incro.ibu uiuo times soveuty-three- , of blood flow is tho icsult. Tho flow is little affected in a bra-- I tal murderer or bora criiniual when n pistol is shown to him. whereas m tho normal man tho plothyinograph indicator n decided effect. Thin involuntary testimony i supplied us to tho nervous nnd physical nnturo of tho born instead of tho accidental criminal. London Chronicle. o s W. Lyiij: Hciald please copy. Adjournment. Ll'l'Y 15. Town.-k.vi-i, Doha 1'. Gussox, I m - Com. J. i. Mints XccJli e a tfnlo or dill i tint want In-r- It )i ilvnnni iin-- l nnowv. iitovirwiirrTKiis. .Miliaria, f ! nn, tlmiiM tnVe till-s . ImiMIng llullgcf-lion li.ltou,iit-- AUilcali'Pikwplt. .A''r . tv ' - . iu- - CiSEllLfl!: Oppo-iiN .. wmM V 0-paHgQii". Mnnni-cr- . 4 1!. V'lMVKi:, lii'ilr, I'ti.ility il. Ktpairin mid nii !i'e ui ii cill. ItrtililCM FUO.M $!o Ul. Bal!Lii'5r CilrSVab. 111 cheap icpaintiiij; done piomptlv. i do woik gs MBir .AAA A Groat Sermon. Jlidiknbergcr.' Pleas wit Ridge School? will a voting man cal on ndy sevon evenings in a sigh for more evenings in And why a young week and which to . ' Kentucky's disgrace, of which men of all parties are heartily ashamed, is the present Legislature. It is overwhelmingly Democratic and while the Democracy is so rampant in its denunciations, let it remember that that party alone is responsible for the present state of things and let the Democratic voters remember that their interest nnd the interest of the whole State lies iu the choosing next time of a Legislature with a different Nothing but political complexion, overwhelming defeat at tho polls nu incompewill teach the tent Democracy which now rules the State, a lesson. Tho next election for members of the Legislature would bo a capital time to do it. hide-bound, are a farmer, we should like to ask you a question. Do you take an agricultural paper? And if not, why not? All professional men, men in all manner of trades.read papers bearing directly on their chos-e- u work. The physician takes his medical journal; tho lawyer, his law journal, and tho teacher, his educational journal, and why should not the farmer subscribo for and read a good farmer's paper. He will find it a very great help. Not long ago we heard ouo of tho best farmers iu Ohio county say that ho had derived more benefit iu his farm work from good agricultural papersthan from any other source. You cannot afford to be without a good paper of this kind, Kind reader, if you Tribune thus criticises tho Rochester Union in its attempt to cover up the Tariff issuo as made by tho Democrats: "Restating its position on the Tariff, the Rochester Union (Democrat) says that 'so long as the greater part of tho public revenues comes from duties levied ou imports incidental Protection will be given to the domestic products that correspond with those imports. To such incidental Protec The New York Tho morning sermon preached by Dr. Coleman at the Baptist Church Inst Sunday was a grand ellbrt of a grand preacher and orator. His sermon was an answer to the momentous question asked in all ages by all people and tongues, "What shall Ido tobesaved?" Ho said thedeiie to be saved was universal, that nil people, heathen ns well as well as Christians honestly possess it. "What Christian," nsked this wonderful man, "ever gave greater eveidenco of a desire lor salvation thau the Indian mother when she tears her babe from her bosom and hurls it into tho voracious jaws of the hungry crocodile; than the Hindoo as she burns her mortality to ashes on the furncral pyre with her husband; than the thousand who cast themselves under tho wheels of a Juggernaut nnd lets it cruh their Ho alflesh and bones to powder?" luded to the fact that the Christian world is split up into a thousand isms and sects, each one claiming to pos- sesstho perfect plan of salvation, nnd each one dillbrnt from the other. "If he asked, "all men honestly desire to be saved, why this difference of opinion? It is because men do not want to take Cod ut his word." He argued that thero was a unity in God's purposo to save mankind, as thero was but ono Savior, tho despised Na.crnne, that thero must nee- essarily be a unity in God's plan, that from Adam to the present thero has been but ono way in which man could be saved, and that was "By repen-tnnc- o towards God, nnd faith in the o Lord Jesus Christ." Scripture was offered iu support of this truth. "It was by faith that Abel offered a more acceptable sacriBy faith Enoch walkfice than Cum. ed with God, and was translated. Abraham took God at his word and it was accounted unto linn for rightNonh believed God nnd eousness, built n vessel iu which with his family iio scudded tho waves of a shoreless sea." Coining down to Now Testament times, he quoted several texts, and finished with Paul's nnswer to the jailor. "Docs nny one," he asked, "doubt that Paul was competent to nnswer tho juilor's 'what must I do to bo saved'? Does any ono doubt that Paul was telling the truth? Does nny one believe that ho would tell part of tho truth and withhold any thing None will affirm that Paul after-scriptur- cao ,', lho protracted meeting is still in progress at Sugar Grove. Hurrah for Jay Hawker Jaine-!What's in a name? " Mrs. (.. A. kellor Msito.l her mother this wee!:. G. B. Likens passed through our tow n Wednesday. Mr. IJ. Kelley is improving. Let us enjoy Christinas truly, by foririvinir political differences and saying: "Peace on earth, good will to men." Tho school is progressing nicely, who knows but wo may bavo a Patrick Henry in our Elocution class? . lluncurlnii l'nri.li. Tho Hungarian government docs not sell nny part of its forests, but buys moro each year. In somo parts nf tlm nnmtn' ,' n in tlm rastpni in- . r mnn nf ti,n Pnrivirmima. woods ;irn found of B0Veral thousand acres in extent, consisting for tho most part of red beech. This is used forlirc- wood, carriages, staves uud ngiicul- tural ,jnll)lcmL.IltSi ,inil in tho mnnu- facturo of bent wood. There nro few fires nnd they seldom permanently damago tho woods. There nro largo resinous forests in Transylvania, but thoy aro uot very nccewbiuie) am thero nro nlso somo in the district of Mannnro., in tho northeast of tho country.-Pop- ular Science Monthly. mL fTt &m Our T I Giv-- g ir'.clon; fJ.Cj' ROOMY. r" f ISiMte & A ST f LIME -;- Afj V V LIGHT, ,:?-rfT?. ELEGANT. iSctnl forratitloKiicnf our full line of two nml four tvlicelnl wotk. CASEBIER'S 'BUS MKETS ALL DAILY D. VI. Sechler Carriage Co., 7; F'"wya5JP,'"'a'af-'7,,lV7'T'r''"-7- IVIoline, III. i,'7 lu Thuro Aro No llUtnrlcnl J."otel. Dorcas. 8ioo Reward ioo Tho leaders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in nil its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known Catarrh to tho medical fraternity. being a constitutional Hall's a constitutional treatment. Catarrh cure is taken internally, acting directly iqnu tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the discasc.iiud giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer ono hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F.J.CiiESEYifc Co., Toledo. Ohio. 1 m fr Sold by all druggists. Thero nro no historical novels, and thero aro no historical pictures. Flnulert, who was n greater arti-- t than Balzac or Zola, ohoso Carthago for tho scono of his historical novel, becauso next to nothing was known nbout tho Carthaginians and his imagination could construct nnd by historical creato unhampered data. Shakespeare was able to writo historical plays becauso ho know very littlo history. Tho essential quality of tho historical novel and tho historical picture is thnt it should contain no history, nnd from this nilo tho great masters havo rover doviatcd. Georgo Moore in Fortnightly Review. Why llio Aiplo la IliiiHlifut. Tho acids of the npplo nro of signnl uso for men of sedentary linbits whoso lives uro sluggish in action, thoso acids herring to eliminato from tho body noxious matters, which, if retained, would mako tho bruin heavy und dull, or bring nbout jnun-dicor bkin eruptions and other allied troubles. Somo such nn'experi-encmust haro led to our custom of taking npplo sauco with roast pork, rich gooso and like dishes. Medical o o '' a TO ALL. Ew EH L. 1I7I1E TIM ALIKE. ivi ' S3 ' ''iH Mil K SPECIAL Given ATTENTION Public. to the Traveling B TEHErJm W.'.fV.'-- m ilfM VUlHr ' mijll MHaHHLHaVririiBiHf iLVaVliLSaaHaVaVaVaVaH ' -- TaSj?-. W.- Ago. Monopolies III Old Kiizluml. Resolutions of Respect Adopted by the faculty and students of Hartford College: On hut Sept. the .'JOth, Mr. W .S. Swan, of Henderson county, enmo Hnrtford and entered tchool. to Though u stranger to tho most of in, his quiet and unassuming manner, his gentlemanly conduct nnd dignified benriug soon won for him a place in tho coufidenco mid esteem of all who met him. But iu a few days he was stricken down nnd for eight long weeks belay upon abed of suffering. Altera loving father, skillful physi-ciuiimid kind friends luid diuo all they could to restore him to health, ho calray awaited tho dUiuinons'Cotne up higher." On tho afternoon of tho s Monopolies were quite common iu England long beforo tho days of tho StuartH, wlnlo it was under a Stuart, James I, that nn act was passed declaring void nil monopolies for tho solo buying, soiling and making of goods, cxco"ting patents for fourteen years for . iv now process or now manufacture. This indeed wn3 the first stop toward froo trade. Tho Tudors woro really tho great creatorc of monopolies, and Elizabeth was tho greatest developer of them. All tho Year Round. A New Suit Still. $65 Also keeps n first-clas- s OUR SILVER QUEEN first-cla- Is it possible a iiuu Buggy wilh Silver-plate- d Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, nanus, arm aimti njs, jor nuoe price i $65 H tfl n w sr r r M Livery and Feed Stable, wbere Horses Fed, and get the best of rigs da y or night. Leave o grSES a a e V- X H 25 jou can have jour i W Tho btiit ho bought was worn out years ago, bvt tho suit ho brought against tho proprietors for tho valuo of hiswatch is still as good as now. Now York Tribune. ono stole Ids watch. Eight years ago, while n Philadelphia, man was trying on a new suit of clothes iu a clothing storo, somo egg V Write for our New 80 page CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. - Catalogue Auurcss of all kinds of Vehicles. OHIO, U. S. A. ders wilh Persons tro hroVcn down Itom overwork or lioiuolioirt c,,u lirowu's Iron Hitters arrwi f rctmlM of Ilk. uwl cure malaria. iluyitein,alilnllKetlou, U tliu ucnutiw. "mores ex-c- u h jour orTrial. Why "tulfr from lliBlni'lttlrrlii nf the I,ii(lrliip. tjirn Hack. Khlnry nd Mu'rilbcaiic, lllietiimtlin, ttnllBfitl'in, lijMiciln, nny khi.1 nl wraknem, or other IIUill joii iiikI Iioi i ynu In health (llenil.dio rlln uaj viien Kli'itnuty Tn nn Hiinuto.) 1'a prove nil., i nn iiinn'Q pj cnTRin ui.i--1 .; will mnil lontiv una on In n, tree. w.w .i.i.wiMi II.4I..U. n. na I'rk'rx. SI. W. 8U, nnd ll. If .itlfli il. kmn ta'lflfltfrtn T.n..A lor aiir, A Rett miii 'ottiothlii8totry lhfni, eninliii.eif, ami produi i millli'ii lit l.li clnclty to uliocK. I tea MciJIcaI advice, Writ littery (llvnwiiht inrumirt', prke and lull mrtkuUra, Atldrf.. lilt, .f vnn AbcuU Wmile4t. i mm, FREE I ocit n.iii- r M Itcil Front. The Bed Front. To tho Bed Front. Bud SANTA CLAUS Ui) to tho Front. DID IT! The old gentleman came by night and ordered such a variety of Holidays Goods at The Arcadia for Christmas goods Call on May & Co. for fresh meat. Call on C. L. Field for baled hay. Holiday goods nt Williams Co. Bell & gro- The Bed Front is tho place for ceries. Call on T. goods. J. Morton for fresh X-m- Goto Williams, Bell &Co. Holiday goads. for FAIRBROS.&CO. Popular Store That he simply overwhelmed them and made them hustle to care for them; but now Holiday goods at Williams, Bell and Company. If you want largo line Hulls cheap, go tti Williams Brothers. Good rigs, good teams and good feed at C. L. Field's. Deo Walker is in juil, several bench warrants, . Dougherty wliilo hauling shock-coi- n, on tho 2l)t!i tilt. Tho wagon tn mod ovor and Mr. Dougherty, in attunipting to jump, was seriously hurt, hut God sparod his lifo until tlio Till of December, whuu his spirit took its flight tn the homo ahovo. Ho was a uiombor of tho Mt. Liberty Baptist Church. Tho Church has lost ono of its best members. His remains woro interred at Mt. Liberty on the Uih. Ho leaves a wife and throo children and n lio.it of frionds to mourn hisuntimo-l- y departure. Weop not, tloar friends, and children all, From you a fathor, Christ tloth call. Weop not for him It is in vain To call him to y6ur sight again. LAUItA ItOYAf.. John P. KINDERHOOK. Doc. 0. Mrs. Jnno Stovons,of this pluco and Mrs. Ellon Bonnett, Beda, havo returned to thoir homes after spending sovorul days visiting fripnds and relatives in Whitesville, Daviess county. Mm. Lilliun BairJ is uthomo after a short visit to frionds ami relatives in Owonsboro. Miss Hollo Bryant, of Daviss couu-i- y, is visiting tho family of G. J.Ma plos at this writing. Miss Miunio Bainl has returned homo from Contertown, where sho spent several days visiting her sis-lMrs. Abbie Tichenor. Miss Emma Slovens, after spending Saturday and Sunday on No Crook among frionds, has returned ur, ANDERSON'S BAZAAR. Have you heard about tho big reduction in goods at the Bazaar? Well it's a faet everything in the house has been marked so low that they arc selling stacks of goods. So if you need anything in Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions or Shoes, it will pay you to call and see them. arrested on T. J. Morton will sell you 25 pounds of New Orleans sugar for 81. Santa Clnus at the Arcadia with a complete lino of Chritmns goods. Williams Bros, when you wont nice, substantial goods. Napkins ami fine towels at your own piice nt Kahn's Clothing House. Itcmenibcr Bom to the wife til .1. Allen Anderson, December 1), u fine 0 pound girl. IT'S ALL RIGHT And Fair P Bros. Co. have to Ftir nicest anil freshet groceries go the popular trading place, Bed Front. put everything into proper shape. They are ready to show the goods and part with thcmf too, at moderate price's just Williams Bros, is the place to go lor Guns and the best stock of Gun Fixtures and Ammunition. Table linen all colors Damask for Chrsrttnns gifts ut your own prico at Kahn's Clothing House. IMu-nnl'- Miss Alice Bowman's school nt tho plnsns to- Kr'linnllinusn -- - To Please night, iuisi Aiiee is one or ine coun-ty- V best young teachers and has taught a good school. The uuw railroad from Fordsville to Horse Branch is being pushed rap- idly to completion. The cars now run from lloree Branch to Olatou ami the whole line will be completed by the first of March or earlier. Crit Taylor and Dec Walker, ored, had n light at the Methodist Church nt Huyti at a festival last Sat. unlay night in which a knife was freely used, but no damage was done other than their clothing was cut into carpet rogs. colI ' . :. --- . . , The Children. Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., rs. - Mr. Fied Baruch, who camo licro T. ID mTXXJXJ3LAJ&& tSDOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST6- BLACKSMITHING. a s ecialty. A large stock of best modern P cv., and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. Ilorsc-shoeiir- from Louisville fifteen months ago and took a position in M. M. Kahn's Trade Palace, has accepted a position at Beaver Dam. No less than fifty with Levi, Newburger & Co., of conversions and about as many adNew York, as traveling salesman. ditions to the church up to this time. candidates will receive Mr. Baruch is very popular with Thirty-fo- ur our people and one nnd all wish him the oidiuancc of baptism Sunday success in his Thomas L. Buird tnado a business trip to Cunoyvillo, Grayson county, Jo. Kahn, Cromwell, was in town last week. yesterday. Mrs. A. C. Ellis and son, Howard, C. L. Woodward, Centcrtowu, was havo returned from Daviess county, in town Monday. where thoy spont several days last Miss Hennio Gunther returned week visiting friends and relatives. from Louisville Tuesday. R. P. Baird and Jo. Ford made a Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife went flying trip to Owonsboro last wook. to Whitcsville yesterday. Miss Alice Ambrose, Boda, spent Miss Carrie Cox, Stanley, is visiting Saturday night in Kinderhook not her sister, Mrs, M. L. lleavcriu. long sinco, the guest of well, Miss Miss Annie Allen Kosiue, is visiHollo Bryant. E. D. Gully. ting her sister, Mrs. Lonnio Stevens, who has been D. L. Smith nnd Charlie Shown, of living on the farm of J. C. Riley for Owensboro, were in town this week. tho past year, has moved into tho No Miss Dora Black, Hnyncsvillc, visMiss Aliun Lyons the first of the Crook neighborhood, whero ho will ited uinko his future homo. Wo regret week. Miss Lura Williams, who has had to lose Mr. Stevens and family, but typhoid lever tor some time, is improur loss is No Creek's guin. ving. Tho necktie party, which was givMiss Bettie Fitzhugh, who has been en at Andrew Kings, of No Crook, ill of typhoid lever for several weeks, lust Friday night was enjoyed by all is improving. who attended. Frank Stanley, Rochester, spout a As Christmas is almost horo wo few days last week among his many think we will have a weddingor two friends here. of tho contracting Miss Minnie Rcnfrow, Sulphur to report ,butnono Daisy Dkaxk. parties will bo is visiting Mrs. C. T. SutSpriugs, ton, of Owensboro. Plenty of good horse feed and Messrs. James A. Fulkcrson, Beav" kind attention given your horse at vcr Dam and L. W. limit, Horton, Cascbicr & Burton's stable. called to see us yesterday. 1 Miss Fannie Cascbicr spent a few Holiday Excursion Rates days in Beaver Dam this week, the Via Newport Novs and Missisguest of Mrs. D. J. Coleman. sippi Valley Co. ono and one-thi- rd Misi Mary Cox, after several weeks round trip between staabsence, visiting friends in Louisville faro for the tions on tho Newport News and and Owensboro, has returned home. LouisW. fi. Cole, of Sulphur Springs, Mississippi Valley Co.,and to Evansvillo, and ville, Cincinnati, one of Ohio county's stnunchest Republicans, made us a pleasant call Points North and East and to MemSaturday. phis and points South. Tickets will A. C. Ellis, V. G. Barnetrand R. be sold December 23, 24, 25 and 31, A. Anderson, Kiuderhook, each de1S92. Good for return until livered a loud of tobacco to OwensJanuary 1th, 1893. For further inboro this week. to the nearest ticket Mrs, Henry Austin, Calhoon, who formation, apply has been visiting her father, J. W. agent of the Newport News and Payne, Sr , Barretts Ferry, returned Mississippi Valley Co. to her home Saturday, accompanied T. B. Ly::ch, by her brother, Andrew Payne. Asst. General Pass. Agt, The great revival is still in progress L. F. Day, Traffic Man. Never mind the mud. Casebicr & Burton will fit you out with a team that will go through it, Call on Casebier & Burton for conveyances to and from Beaver Dam. All orders promptly filled day or night. ""personal homo. We have quite a number ofLadies & Misses Cloaks on hand and they must be sold in the next few days regardless of cost. You can get one at your own price. DRY GOODS. We have cut the prices on all Woolen Dress Goods and you should sec our big bargains. Can sell you a lovely all wrool Scotch Plaid Henrietta for 37i cents, former price 50 cents. All other goods in the same proportion. In this line we have also made a big re- duction and you can get a nice winter hat at a price that will surprise you. Miss Sara never fails to please her customers in every respect. SHOES. line of Anderson's Wear-forevShoes, Ladies, Misses and Childrens. They speak for themselves,and every pair we sell under a strict guarantee. er We still have a full We also have a nice line of Trunks, Smyrna Rugs, Fur Rugs, and invite you to call and see our line before you Ya-lise- s, purchase. It will pay you to do so. SARA AND ME. BETTER KNOWN AS THE i). WILLIAMS. He has morning. new work. had considerable experience in the For Instance. business already, and will begin with You buy your boy a new uit of the new year. He will still make Clothes, or an Overcoat from Kahn's Hartford his home. Clothing Store, don't you think, you For tho Holidays. can please him better than getting Our 83.5(1 fine Ladies Shoes at him some toys, candy or other foolish52.2.i nt Kahn's Clothing Houfc. ness. PALMER. HOUSE. Meals 25c- East side Frederica, between Main and tho River, Owensboro, Ky. MRS. CEdS. ROB Y, MRS. C. E. WIZLIJYGffAM,Pvops. $1-00 Newly Famished. & Rates per day. 4 BeaveI' Lam. P y. IJOTK'Jlua-- FiniittUi FwiiW! Ward-Robe- brick for sale at Hartford, Ky. Parties wanting brick Be sure to go to Williams Bros, for for any purpose will call on or adyour Christmas Goods. dress E. L. Herring, Hartford, Ky., who will fill all orders at reasonable Fino Umbrellas for Christmas ut tf prices. Kahn's Clothing House. 150,000 good 100 pair of winter pants from 85c up at Kahn's Clothing House. Brick iorSalo. Town Taxes. Those who hnvc not paid their town taxes are earnestly requested to 1 must make settledo so ut once. ment soon and your prompt action in the matter will be appreciated and will save time nnd trouble. Res'y, W. P.Tiiomas. rr.An IsssjinriwtswnrrHfcfilarL.ll'IrgWC-ifcOI he Twentieth - Semi-Annu- al Statement Notice. All persons knowing thomsolves indebted to me are requostod to call ou M. L. Hoavrin, Hartford, and settle the samo. Resp'y, L. T. Cox. J RD OK THE A happy fatntty BANK-HARTFO- For s Dressers, Suits,Rock-er- s Our $1.25 Ladies kid gloves nt Clothing Houfc. G."c. To sell them out, at "your own price at Kahn's Clothing House. Overcoats, Ovorcoats! a pair as long as they last nt Kudu's or anything in the Santa Claus' Brother General Line, see Furniture T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. Has agaiu this year his headquarPalJames Ford and Zulu Brown, two ters at the famous Kahn's Trade Ho exhibits beautiful, useful popular young pcoplo in Huyti, will ace. Christmas presents such as Children bo married the 20th inst. suits and ovcicontsnt $1.00; Youth Children, Misses and Ladies Clonks suits and ovorcoats at 82.50; Men Fine only a few left, at reasonably low suits nnd overcoats at 83.50. priees at Kahn's Clothing House. carpet slippers, silk handkerchiefs, sealskin caps May it Co. have opened up n new silk mulllers, silk ties, and many other useful things. Meat Shop in Hartford, and keep constantly on hand fresh meat of all Notice. kinds. Know all men, that I have releasin the tonsor ed my son v Fletcher T. ial lino, call on Archie Cain, who is all obligations to labor prepared to accommodate you in the havo sot hinijfroo so far cerned and will not be latest style. Twos thus with the Johnsons after Truman H. had ben rescued from the grave by the use of Dr. Fenner's Kidney and liackaeho Cure. lie writes: " My father died of kidney disease and I inherited it. Had become so bad that medical treatment ceased to benefit me over to and I What can I Givo John, Jim, of Dr.was given Kidney die. Ono bottle and Backache Fenner's Cure practically cured me, though I conJack and Loo tinued it a little longer to be safe. My For his Christmas? Is tho question digestion improved at once, my kidneys Go to healed and I am now a well man." of many young ladies now. Write him at Itusti, N. Y. Certain in all Kahn's Trade Palace nnd buy a silk kidney diseases, female complaints, backlameness Handkerchief, silk Mulilcr, silk Ties, ache, soreness oretc. Also over back, the Great stone in bladder, fine Kidglovcs nnd you are sure to Blood PumriEit, removing promptly all impure and poisonous matter from please your fellow. tho blood, curing skin eruptions and scrofula, dyspepsfa, heart disease, dropsy, rheumatism, drowsiness, dullness, Marriage licenso sinco our lust sleeplessness, eonbtlpation, headaches. report: S. A. Park to Miss Deo Money refunded it satisfaction not given. Tuke home a bottle Yutes, Shelby Rock to Idella Martin, Georgo D. Simmons to Mrs. 1. 1' llthNtan, l'rest, Jo. 11. lUaar., Outlier Mattio.I. Hooker, .1. C. Woodward to Berthn Blue, Wnltor V. Mid-k- iff Of tho Condition of tho to Esther Mosoly. to-da- At the Close ol HiihIiicn, Juno 30, 1N02, RESOURCES. Bills discounted 859,317.09 Real estate 3,000.00 Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Bonds 1,341.67 Debts in suit 743.54 Cnshonhaud&in other b'ks 40,420.79 8105,823.09 SUBSCRIBE -- FOR THE Hartford AND- - Bin A.JL. A A. LIABILITIES. Cnpital stock Deposits 830,000.00 70,798.20 15.05 Due other Banks Dividend 4 per cl.dcclared Fund to pay taxes ,. .. Profit and loss il 1,200.00 225.00 3,584.84 '"' r1 e tJ'rlt t V-- i 6 Beaver Dam 8105,823.09 Limrtrd Kiprm TRAIN8 OOJNO EAST. nd Kxpreii No. I, Mail No. I, Limit. J Expr.it No. TRAINS LEAVE BEAVKU DAM. TRAINS GOINH WEST. HilO . Mull and ExprM N, T, U:Sr. Mir. ' . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1892'.' X'. A good farm containing 212 acres f cleared;good of land. About Liea improvement; woll watered. four milei South of Fordiville on the extension of the Oweiuboro & Falls of Rough railroad. For terms, call on or John J. MoHenry, address, Hartford, Ky. 8 tt one-hal- For Sale. Wilson, from for mo and as I am conresponsible for any contacts he may make, or Three sons of B. F. McCormick, of other aots he may perform. This Ko Creek, hnvo succeeded in killing, December 0th 1802, Rosino, Ky. coons. so far this winter, sixty-twV. P. Wii-son- . 4t The skins were brought in and sold to Williams Bros, on Wednesday. Boots and Shoes Kahn's Clothing the fence and wall Sell nt tho famous Now, that House lower than ever. around the Court House havo about rotted down, the attention of the Won't Bo Your Wife Said powers that be must soon of necessity Mary. them. bo directed toward And the reason? Because you do It would seem the part of prudence not know how to save money. y. The and economy to build a brick wall samo suit and overcoat you could surmounted by a neat iron fence. have bought at Kahn's Clothing And in this House for $3.00 less than elsewhere. Supposo we have it. connection, why could not tiio Court And she is right. . . House be painted? If you need northing o I A Free Trip to Tho World's Fair, and countless, other attractive premiums, from a doll to a watch, bicycle, Sworn to before me this June 30, At tho Close of Business organ or rifle, nro olicrcd for a little October 8, 1892. 1892. A.T.Naix, D.C.O.C.C. pleasaut work near homo, by tho publishers of WIDE AWAKE. For full UESOURCES. A dividend of 84,00 particulars, free, address W. F. Kel847,271.17 Notea and Bills logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. 1G lm Real Estato 3,000.00 per share was this day declared, pay1892, Furniture und Fixtures.. 1,500.00 able on and after July 5, socond-haud- ed 1,515.07 Expenses I havo several tig-t- op Sowing Machines that 1 Cash on Hand and in other TAX-PAYER- S! Banks 39,272.98 would gladly tratlo for corn or hay. Write, or call and see me. $92,589.22 DEPOSIT BANK I, S. K. Cox, swear tho abovo to be correct. 6. K. Cox, President. BOTH -- - PAPERS FOR THE PRICE- - OF ONE. ALL THE- ' semi-annu- Gross Williams. LIABILITIES. 825,000.00 Capital Stock 20.00 Due Banks Interest and Exchange. . . . 3,748.59 802,31 Kcservo' 2,250.00 Surplus Fund 00,708.32 Deposit Account 892,580.22 In submitting this wo beg to state that our business has steadily grown each month since our opening, nnd by the most careful, watchfulness and it strict observance ofthe principles of the most conservative Banking, wo hopo not ouly to extend our acquaint mice, but to prove ourselves worthy tho confidence that is being so liberal ly reposed in us. Wo are here tn accommodate tho people, each nnd every business, courtesy shall be extended to them, but in no case shall safety bo sacrificed for friendship or to obtain business. John H.Baunks, Cashier. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR I The new railroad has already becu For" Rout the means of building a now town in The best law office in Hartford," ap. the county, Davidsonvillo is a rising tf little village where the railroad interply to John J. McHenry. sects the Hardinsburgdirt road, about a mile beyond Barrett's Ferry. Two jnrmuut jluiawac Bitowwa nu "r MM or three stores, a blacksmith shop, a hotel and several dwellings have kAomo. TbU bookU flvoa awgr Hdru nd genual atoroa. been built in the last few weeks and will only be a the work goes on. ro TUB WOD, dlimlon u4 matter of a few month's time when Wmidos. MiUrU. co will bo the Barrett's Ferry For m! ) ReramvlcUr. waula br changed to Davidsonvillo. to. MOlcte SELECJT. Doc. 13. Tho school nt this pluco is progressing nicely under tho of Prof. Stove Mothers -management head. Johnnie Royal, Tullahoma, Tenn., accompanied by John I). Farmur, Fordsville, visited friends and relatives here lust week, D. A. Itnyul,who bus been visiting in Indiana for the past three weeks, returned home y, A serioua accident huppoiiod to I I 'It li eullf earned by nnr one of either lex In any part of the country, who U willing to work Indui. trlouilr at th. employment which we furnlili. J'lie labor li light ami pleaunt, and you run uo tlik winterer. We Mt you out complete, 10 that f ou can fire the builnen a trial without exDeuie to yourttlf. For thoo wllllugto do a little work, till, li the grandett offer made. You can work an uay, or in ine erening oniy. li you art-- cm. l, plo)ea, and have a tew .pare hour, at your utlllie them, and add to your Income, our limine. 1 win nui inieriere ai mi. louwiu be amaied on the ttart at the rapidity and raie by which you ainai. dollar upon dollar, day In and day out. trtii beginner, are lucteiaful from the nr.i nour. Any oue can run me uuuuei i nonu fall. You thould try nothing elae until you lee fur yourielf what you can do at the builnen which we offer. No capital rltked. Wonieu are grand worker.; nowaday, they make ai much u men. They .hould try tliU builneu, a. It I. io well adapted io them. Write at once and ire for CO., )ouneir. Addrcil II. HAI.I.KTT You will do both IN THE yourself and me a favor by calling upon me or one of mydep' llAND u ties and paying your taxes before the six NATIONAL NEWS COUNTY NEWS wmmm IN THE percent, penalty is added which will be done the first of November. Please attend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, S. C. TRIBUNE. $1.25 per year. Ilox HSU, I'orlliMMl, Me, poet-ofli- TAYLOR, Job Work A SPECIALTY. 'ill - Sheriff Ohio Co. raxcwcii ' flwlmllcil by n llohl Doilgo. Men who bandlo money in largo men beconio moro corprlont thnn in sup-po.- d tho wuly portion of tin i llvm. With runs habitually aro popularly eon-tni- y & to bo very ciieful. Tlio FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1(5, 18) drinking men tho cln. jo is often is frequently tho case. Tho Biicoha-rinproduced by tlio qunntM of which thoy cousuii o with their auditor of ono of tho great expro&a Facing a Lion. n drinks, and with thobo ho do not companies recently told how tho m Exchange." teller of ono of tho big New York drink it follows from oilier phybio-logicdel-lai- s In ono of the bkIo shows connected change. Witi v mien tho banks was swindled out of fifty by a barefaced deception. Tlio dimness of thooyodoi not como bo circus was n single lion in it. with the Pictures In Every Style and Sue. Albany Ex- express company had issued n largo soon ns it does in men. On the cnge was n plncard reading: number of money orders for adver- csroi Pictures Copied ami Enlarge press. tising purposes. Th y were much "This hcast has killed ten men. Ono A SPECIALTY. Tlio .Tint of tlio 1 villi r. reduced in sizo una had printed ou thousand dollars to any ono who 10S1. Main Street. mi tmhiiiRo Tho rattler's jaw fuco in bold red letteis the their dares enter his cage." A big sign to when ho has to tuck r way nn ex- - words: "Minaturo Facsimile. Not .TTwiO" ()U7iA.W;00, AT coptionnl morsel of fw iikon grown Good." Thoy were nil filled out, the same effect was hung up outdoors, rabbit, and like his h. ijilc-- " com- - having been lithographed, and tho and those who didn't go in to sec the petitor in tho oonsuiii ion of food iiinno of tho fictitious "payee" was fat boy and tho mermaid surely vnnt his body can expand t foil" times also indorsed on the back. ' There's te.rjks of violets, Banks of rnoaa. lion. There was a ed to gazo on the tho regular sizo. An Id time cow- A casual glauco would tell nn ordini(M U(Al(il good crowd in, and the lecturer was ifiwic ii(ii(wiw 3'wpwi who has n nt a lifetime narily careful observer that thoy boy Texan, roaming over tho forti' j'ruiiksund were merely advertisements, intendabout to begin on tho mermaid when And batiks tljat liaridle golden coin nlong tlio creek bottoms f filhoim ed to show how money orders looked a little old man, who was bowlcgged B"' FAIRBANK mkesTHE BEST county, which aro r UT"d with when ready for payment, oven if tho to the Irout and humpbacked, crowed brush nnd timber, inf i .led there- - caution in red letters had not been A Charming Souvenir. and said: porter that ho has t?u i a monster walkWo havo received recently u little rattler conceal n jack ubbit with there. Yet when a man boldly frroto "Look here, I want to try for that ed into the bank referred to, v thourand dollars. Gimmie a show at Souvenir Book, illustrated in colors two vigorous gulps. I hen killed his own name below tho lithographed nnd devoted to the description of tho tho deadly reptile was I'lid to havo endorsement, nnd asked to have tho that lion." eighteen rattles, nnd tn .lack rabbit "money order" cashed, tho un"My friend, do you want to ho torn business of tho Youth's Companion, wns6till kicking foriU.ii life.- - Port hesitatingly handed over tellerfifty tho nirrwnr.M illustrating the new Lavacaen. into dog meat?" asked tho lecturer in nnd especially dollars. Nor did ho discover tho misBuilding, which is just completed L0USVILLE and KEMPKIS, Kccplui; nil Engiii .lent. reply. "You wouldn't live thirty take unaided, but sont tho advertisennd occupied. Every one who is inFather Come, yoim man, how ment to tho express company for with after entering the cage." Now Yoik Sun. keep my collection terested iu the paper, and we know long do you propose PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars "Is he a Numidian lion?" daughter waiting on your slow Aralilnn lllplimuic). "He is, and one of the most savage that tho number of fnmilies in our movements? It' you d .i't intend to riiOM AND TO n'jtcntcd In Cnlted S taten and Carwula vicinity who take it, increases year by marry her, lea vo her; n" you think Of tho high antiquity of chess there I.O'ISVll,I.i:.5M'..11!'lll.,VU KMHK la n I'rnrllciil OTaehliie, Apjirecla' JpaV beasts ever captured." Inl by I'rarllral lliialncaa nan. year, will desire to see nnd read this of marrying, marry her nt once and can bo no doubt, nnd in a diplomatic i:v;o !i(i(it:,mnt .m:voim.i: wr, "Killed ten men, eh?" . In .iltinplil-correspondence which took place bebit of history concerning their favorite havo no further nonsense nbniit it. "He hao." II tin lianiNoimljr fiirnliliixl ColnMntino Young Man But, nij dear hir, I'm tween tho Roman Emperor Nicepho-ru- s Mnney Drawer nnd tVwhlcr, wllh Cora- "Wall, I'd like to tacklo him. It paper. and tho celebrated Haroun al Tho Quick and Desirable Route T'ViTiOMCHJf I V engaged to her. You wvildn't hnvo Vhilo the Companion is one of tho he kills me that'll he 'leven. I Wnnt It ii mo break tho engagement. No? Raschid thero is boiuo evidence that TO AM) 10M llli wih and credit salea. uikl1n'nn account. that thcusand dollars mighty bad.aud oldest papers in the country, having Well, if I leave her I break it, and I it was so universalits ns a pastime in Nuw Ym I'lillnili'll'liiii llnltlinnro nione IHarkPitS1? ltiirnl k technical terms II iiiiili.ti.)uii to truce traiuactloua la dla- break it if I many her. You sco tho east ns to lend Wii'liinutnii Norfolk DM I'oint Comfort 'ii.'VwSv't'lia,iJ I'm willing to run considerable risk. been started iu 1827, it is one of the Klcliini'iul lliillalii CU'ol'iml to ordinury illustration. Tho Arabian J tho dilemma I'm iu. 15 jston TranIt ,vil1 kirpdlffi rent linen of gKxlieparat. freshest and most vigorous of all pubMmmMI'iHSii!''V V Tulu lo CMeiigo milium) oli Gimmie a fair show will ye?" racliclerk. historian Abulfeda has preserved rf 'I script. 'k" C'inoiiinntl l.oiiiille It ni.iVi iikhitIim nimi iri'(ul. "nKiMllPE?Kil'i.i;'';'i.-- ' iV lications nnd has attained the unetho letters. Nieephorus reminds "You keep right away from his ltkwwanlioni'tiiianlnunt and ft thll NKPlr lpdal Orgtuis. Enstorn and Nortlionotorn Points thouswill nut l..y li. iv It whom ho addresses respectfully No man in liquor should get qual circulation of six hundred cage. money, wlllf.iieliiionunleiHv. It is interesting to know that organ as "sovercigu of tho Arabs," that tho mill Memphis VicU!nirj? tlutiui Koiigw 'viS.'3BK'iBC5!!r'Sff'G55 '"""l'1 I"")' for It " manytime nndhtm. timet New Orleins Molnli- l.ittli- - ltoeU Hut Numidian lion." and copies weekly. Its prospectus, pedals were invented by Bernhardt Empress Irene is dead, nnd claims rewithin ten feet of a ''iwli'"1 ,'-- l wjiarBtrly and war- W"Wo3S" Spring mul point in et Tomies-i'- 0 the announcements of au- in 1 100, for this gives n ''aluablo eluo payment of the tribute which Hnrouu "I haven't drunk a drop of liquor containing articles for the .Mii-ipp- i Texas Arliiiin year 1S!)!J, to Bernhnrdt's present age. It is also unjustly exacted from her. thors nnd in ten years!" indignantly exclaimed Jjoaltlnni iid the Smith mul well to know that n great organ of shows that the coming volume will "Sho looked upon you ns a rook the olfl man. "Darn you and your SOUTMUJiST. fivo manuals contains ivithin its case EAST STROUDSDURC, PA. be, if possible, better than any of its six complete organs, tho pedal at- and on herself as a mero pawn, thereold Numidian lion to boot! You ain't fore sho submitted to pay you a tribThe i r e is thoroughly equippeil mul in predecessors. tachment being n full instrument by ute moro than tho doublo of which llr't-rlii- f willin to give a man a show!" ritmlltlnii, mid provides mi excel. Auy new subscriber may obtain itself, having bometiiiK - 00 pipes of sho ought to have exacted from you. lent iirriitigi'iiiont in time mul throiujh eiir He backed off, and the lecturer de its own. New Yo T -- . book free by asking for Tf you hesitate tho sword shall settlo A vnvTl'KK l the timo nnd oonrnieni'u livered tho usual Mermaid oration. tho Souvenir AND our accounts." tL'curvil ly the Limited Kpres Traiiii" it at the time the subscription is sent. He was about to give the fat boys Haroun's diplomacy was of tlio )SI.Y A MOlir's iiiiiv: between I,.niUville will be sent free to January Republican Family Paper of the United States, life when the Numidian lion uttered The paper heroic kind, and ho replied: iiul Memplii, i'lid the bel mul nuIeKecl The Leatlinrj 1st to nil who subscribe now, incu- "In tho name of God, tho merciful cervice hetwecn the tw j vitii'ir)rullereil. Thn nnth In Ccnli. M a series of roars, and everybody's atCash in Advance. For nnhj Numbers. TicKel,Tiino-Tiiiiifwrmi" Ir nnil nil Tho Africans nro n w hardy nnd gracious; from Haroun, com- j (Ion niciiri'il l l npplMni; In fIrpil Irhi-iiotention was attracked to the cage. The diug the Double Holiday J. II. I Boston Mass. race, and I think it - a bt ow- - mander of tho faithful, to tho Roman .incut nl linn r Itaiii, ur little old man had slipped around and Price $1.7o a year. dog Nieephorus. I havo read thino t 'ho hiing to a very great e.t' " A7t..Laoisril!(i Kt, entered. CROMWELL." opened the cage door and traduction they receive nt a very epistle, thou son of an infidel moth- W.H.PmbUiBsb'I Not only that, but he had the lion by ago to tho strong, i ni ".'effect er. My answer to it thou shnlt see, Merchants getting in holiday goods. early ' not bear." Blackwood's Magazine. i i v morn-t- ! Give all the news of Town, (..'utility ami State, anil as much National tail, and was drawing him around the The T. J. Moss & Co.'s store will of cold water bathing. ing as soon as they lea " huts news as any other paper of itsclat:. Your home uotihl be incomplete with Men shouted and women locate in our town next week; success cage. EAK AND UNDEVIELG tl liver's tho women filo down for-- , out it. shrieked, and the lecturer rushed to them. 1m a. The edgo to give their babu Orvans trcnclbctml and enlarged fnL tloas stopped. Lost Mnnliood llcstunil ward and shrieked: Messrs. S. K, Newman, J. Biuni, mother walks knee h to tho (New York) varlcoecle, weak tack, loss of memory, il!j ' i h..li" awak-f- . "Man! man! but you must be mad?' J. P. McKenney nnd M. Livingstone, stream, then catching nervoiuncss, weskntss rnrHl by the l' lly IlPDiiMlleR. fl.OOpcrto: flxlt-X'.she dip3 I" a National Family Paper, ami ",ive all the general news of the U. S. JSoa A written (nwriiiitco of ru-- c uitli m "Never felt better natured in my nil Commercial men Were iu town ened infant by the him into the chilly wi a. nl holds fix bones. Send Hnmp for pin ml" ' ' Tuesday. Come again boys we" are life!" replied the old man as he stopIt lm I'EN CITY MI'.lllt'VI. ((IIIMM and the worlil. It jivi-- i the ovenij of foreign hntN tn a nut-he- ! 'uenth firmly ns ho wr" him Has a larger Daily Circulation than SOO A'orth Second Street, f.i: :., .'r. always glad to see you. Its ped to rest. i: pat tmont" lot The I'.tmily 'ireli'. anil our Young l'olkn. tho surfa e. any other Republican News Mrs. Kate Borah is very sick nt her It always happen- - ,il Home anil Society cnluuiy coiumiiml the ailiniratioii of wives ami ilaughtcre. "Como out or you'll ho torn to home, but is better to'day. Rkx. paper m America. women are sooccupio t the same Its general political newin, olitoriaN anil pieces!" arc comprehensive, i time, nnd they natur.. . .go in i A FreeTrip to The WoThl's Fair, brilliant anil exhaustive. Agriculttir.il ileparttnent has no superior in DAILY, SUNDAY, WEEKLY. "I rayther guess not! There's only conversation, when this the country. It.J Market Heparin arc rvcognieil atilhority in all parts of the one Numidian critter in here, and he and countless other attractive prem often of so interestii eh ' meter The Aggressive Republican Jouri i i : Ian I. A Special Contract enables us to oiler thi.s r i - ilmost don't seem to be on the tar very much. iums, from a doll to a watch, bicycle, that tho infant in the Journal anil Tho nal of the Metropolis. -- timrgles He-u- p liepublic.in lor oupjear here, you old mossback, and organ or ride, aro oflered for a little forgotten, till his fn' ,3cy xirent A Newspaper and tugging warn the for the Masses. ftgl'lMgTT 7 pleasant work near home, by the pubtake another promenade!" T 111'iinyiv I hliic'K is not Tit child that mil nn l M sr&CLTm OMoincJ, l'' ' ' i!h ii lishers of WIDE AWAKE. For full is ho hauled amphibi He was drawing tho beast nround out, but ror.' bo has then "in iuhIkI lo (tr .Vliil . Ill ; Founded December 1, 18S7. N. Y. Tribune, regular irico per year I'll, I' ! 81.00 particulars, free, address W. F. KelHI lrtlll- tho in km I'Hllllt' liiun lil II mi U"IIliuiu timo to recover his vi ' nt hoking when the lecturer enthe cage again linn-turn I'a'niln r II Ilnrtfonl Hepnblican " " nut Mi'l'hl " II, IMI nt in tho l.lIIIMll tered it and said something in a low logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass. 1G lm and spluttering are agr CIRCULATION 150,000 iMlllIll l lllllIM lis f IHlTO t)i IllMllllllll depths of tho muddy nn. After nl.ilm fin of ihiiim uiiilni'iin t Jd (llll.dl Copies Daily. voice. I A Ail 'I ' ' '' I' 2.2.r. Total repeating this operation four or fivo Ythcro Kenan ItcnU. tn ciinmir ihIiiip !".. ni ! "Make it ten and I'll do it!" reTlio tomb of Ary Scheffer, in which times, the mother tT s tho belull, lininlj " ncluul rliiMiiv In ymiiiHU Newsjiapcr lu" ionized hu- The mot remarkable plied the old man in loud tones. rests tho remains of Ernest Renan, wildered little pieco ot ,"MZ&M&ZMM The Success in New York. "You said you'd give a thousand, is situated in Paris, at tho end of tho manity back to the .llagf, and Qiti e lutein ft1 it 'lnttOitun P V Siib.rriptioii limy beiu nt uny time. him out U13 center Press is a National Newspaper. but being it's hard times for money Avenue Montmorency, in tho is a lit- spreads gradually on th ma t in tho sun to of Montmartro cemetery. It Ailihe-sa- ll hum reco' orilem to Cheap news, vulgar sensations and OllDEliS. SECRET I'll let you oil easy. Make 'er ten tle chapel in tho Roman stylo of ar- shock. So33ls This seems to mo t. i e lather a trash find no place iu its columns. and pay me before I let go of his chitecture, built in 18.13 to receivo The Press has the brightest Editorial the body of Ary Scheffer, tho paint- rough and uncomfort. ' V means of Cicero MaxwHI Cnmp, No ffl, Icnrfmcnt ol tail." KcnliK'k), tii mit Hartforil, Kentucky. er, who was an uuelo by marriage of providing for the survn . 1 of tho fit- page in Xcw York. It sparkles with iu c.icli inoiiUint r.lliirilonlKj.1'i.uiiilsaturJy u. It was handed to him then and Ernest Renan. test. E. J. Glavo in Hi .r's Young points. C M. Hmrit,Ciiitln. there, and he descended, wiping his Tho list of dead who havo been People. Ja. I Ito t, fT)!i nt. The Press Sunday Edition is a hands on the grass, and feelingly ob- buried thoro is already long. Hero How Touch Open C .ten. Or. J&.. IS. splendid pnper, coreriuy every curnro carved tho uniiiii of tho two served to the circle of admirers. An eminent nrtist iy; "Some J. Wish nous fli I'ot, o. 8, I)ertrtmi'nt ol "Darn my hide, but when n man brothers Scheffer and of several thirty years ngo I was ketclung on rent topic of interest. Krptuck) , lnci't- - ptr) llilnl iltinl ) t o'clock members of their family. It was in The Press Weekly Edition contains v. m., in Caurt'Itaiife, I.Hillitii i, Kjr. brings any sort of a thing into this this tomb that Daniel Manin reposed tho shore nt Lochgoil 1'ead when a I'.s. HuiMii.Coni. Bliepherd accosted me Ho even all the good things ot the l)ail aud town and sends out a defi I'm right ou by tho side of his wife nnd his daughS.A.McShfbi.AiIJ. looked at my sketch, and drew my Sunday editions. deck! That's the first critter from ter before Venice could reclaim tho attention to u low lying ma-- s of rock I'ntmos Monlo l'oxlNo 4,HipartmrntorK(n-luck)- , Numidia I ever tackled, but I'll be remains of her f ornier dictator. Dan- jutting out from thoshon' that I had AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM iel Manin was n great friend of Ary iiuctt iier S.iturili) liforo tho rmoml caught as faithfully as I could. 'Yes, lookin' for moro from this on. Scheffer, and with his family nl Mimliy it 10 o'cloik a. m, in sought sir,' ho said, curious Press has no superior in N. Y. 'a thing occurred Tho J. C. Oil iMBrmii, I. C. Ilnrtfonl, Ky. Everybody como out and have some refuge nt Shelter's houso after tho thero about threo week- - ngo. Toxes, i. .'!. Ilunur, .l. cnpitulation of Venico in August, you well red lemonade with me!" know, sir, me in tho habit 1849. of coming down nt low tido and eatAKF, TOD MAIK tnnTil.lo l) Inillei'tion Tlio interior of Shelter's mnuso-louing tho oysters out of their shell- -. Within the reach of all. The Vest and Constipation, iMuinr, loss of ,'Uitc Ye'low is extremely shnplo. TJiolittlo Ono day I cure Skint Shitoli'a Vitnlizer H ft mitli IS Irnthi'ill) trrMnll) mi nurit of found ono lying dead, and Cheapest Xeiapaper in America. chapel, almost bare of decoration, n on Sold by V. Wa)no OritBn A Ilro. ipiutatlon. Itiifiu" imiliiatiil ini'l ontlril) examining it closely half hidden by a stntuo representing that its touguo was hoi as if by a ciiri'il.offroiiWiitooO im' Mnn.lnif, nftiT sill li no lillnl. Ilow tit ililtu'iill) a woman reposing, her hands clasped. vise. Tho ONION. oyster was firmly attached Daily and Sunday, one yenr. S3.00 other trc.itinrnti v iun n imm !, lullj t ililiicil G mouths. 2.50 t rcailH'il ,mul tlm iillMni.H mul " Health in our community is good. Tlio walls of tho chapol nro covered to tho lock, and poor lny's touguo " of uith tn circul with threo largo frescoes, illustrating to tho oyster, so tho u 43 curoi from pro'inncrit pi oplo millul frco, Formers are nearly through strip" one " " tuning tide tho execution of tho early Christians, settled his 6,1.00 111) Hit. A. I'.TAIM.', Tiiioiun, Wulu fate.' ping tobacco. Daily only, one year of which tho principal ono shows "I asked if ho hud eomu by 1.00 Born, to the wife of John Cooper Christ breaking tho chains of a capfour months " " n nnd Opium HaUtS this kind of thing In ! 'No, sir. .'curLtl ul hullio Willi- 2 00 Dec. 0, an eight pound girl. Mother tive. It. v it is Sunday, one year out pain never before, though ' And thoro lies nil that is mortal of not uncommon. , and baby doing well. 1.00 P SI1.M.(X)M.EY.M.U. iiing Weekly Press, one yenr Ernest Renan, unbeliever. Now fox, though full gi-AUauta, (in. Office W4iV)hllduaiEt. Mr. Wm. Chapman is moving to York World. i vbo '1 ho win not up to the wim Send for the rrerf circular, imt- the Kelly farm. Mr. Chilton Hunley FOR mM'lU'IA ting a f,tone betwe .jlls. ples free. Agents wanted everywhere. i Tlio Te.i Hating Cutrrnllliir. will return to his farm after Mr. 'ni llriinn'n Iron llltlm. ' An unexpected enemy, a common That is what I am tt Id rhjrilclunt rucoinmcint It. Address, Liberal commission. Chapman moves. hairy caterpillar, has turned its at- do. Oh, they mo em a,. it. !1 in Ir l'0'!. Oenulne nigs All dealers k i tho hu trade mark aud crossed r.dlliiuionwrappt,r. There is an interesting meeting in tention to tho tea gardens. This foxes, whatever!' caterpillar was previously known btory as it was told to n li. lioved progress at Beaver Dam church conit then, and I do ho stili " L- niidon 58 Park How, New York. BITTERS ducted by Revs. Berry and Casebier. nnd disliked in other parts of India fjgp DROWNS IHO.V I)jt.rila,Mala. IJcnlur inllorbus, Hugiies, Currini;o8, Ko.ul Carti, Ononshoro Wigoni. ' . for anj' person who imprudently laid roVH. o Curn Iinllginllot:, llllloiisutM. lxbiliiy. l'hl-clttBro. Berry preached and able ser hands-orto.Ncryoiwit". anili.eneral f2?"Saihllo or Ilitrnosb IIor30! foraalo or biro at all times, it found tho long hairs r mi. No 1'rllls, but ricnti Ocnulno recommtml it. mon Sunday on "The Model Church." sticking to his fingers and producing Tfl1 i ta er Mrs. Pluinstcinl m-a- . tfi mt m tin- New Lasttado mark and crotiedrtdllutsonwrappor. LlrigJILLtn1 Si A. C. Stevens and family spent a most lriitatiug blisters. If a hair England tipplo paring Ji vii got into n man's eye, it set up nn in- npplo Locs, when few days in the Walton Creek neighwoi w.i , ii.cd flammation that sometimes ended in m h son borhood, the guest of Alfred Ashhy. blindness. When a liordo of these-hair- with fun; when tho camo to tho village h li big Don Taylor, tho popular photogracaterpillars unexpectedly in- wagon nnd ;cathiiel n; V m tiling pher of Beaver Dam, is all smiles, it vaded a tea garden in Assam ono boyn and iris to go ho' .il him morning, tho eflects were most dis- to tho 'aptilo boo.' 1 S. It. F. is a boy. t'1" big astrous to tho native laborers, or kitchen wit i its wliito ni' d lluor, 81III.OirSCiire.uill mime li id y n lee i roup coolies, whoso naked legs and feet ninplo firuphieo lillcil w ft I. ling CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. boM by '., came in contact with them. whooping coujh ami liroiahlllK, log, tho wnito tablo fi liti-- with Wuvno Orifltu A Urn. Tho women and tho children who largo earthen pans of Pl'l' s and A SURE and CERTAIN CURE ore employed in plucking tho shoots lighted with tallow cnn known for 10 years as tho BEST . Tho nir Cincinnati's Now Paper. nnd leaves of tho tea plants boon is filled with spicy odor REMEDY FOR PILES. id tho talk fit plrt4 bj RICIIinDtOX.TUlOR ED. CO., 8T.10CIS. will be called the Tribune, will found their hands nnd nrms stinging It and laughter of tho boj tiil girls as sell for two cents, and speak for with pain from tho hairs of tho catthoy busily pare, coio tid (tiaitiu' erpillars that thoy had fearlessly but tho npiilcs. I R'o tho ng Mippcr Southern Interests. The new mornimprudently handled. Before tho tablo mt out with itsboi i .pil'l linen WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 ing paper for Cincinnati is a certainCAMjO.N morning's work could bo finished cloth, tho bluo dishes, th tin ecu of ty. One of the strongest companies sixty of tho men, women mid chilbaked bcaua smolcing ' t fro'n tho ever organized iu Cincinnati tor auy dren were obliged to go to tho medi- brick oven: tho Indiii'i pudding, purposo is back of it. The list of cal officer for relief, with their hands flanked on either sijjo w .th iies of mince, npplo, custard mul pumpkin, stockholders comprises nearly one or feet blistered nnd suppurating. I Chambers' Journal. l.'l brown bread, doughnins, ginger business men hundred of the leading It ' bread, pickles nnd ch o." Good SI Bin or Old Aro. of that city. The capital stock is Housekeeping. "Do you know tho suroht indica$200,000. Its directors are, Archer tion of old ngo?" said a physician tho Itmv l.'eln Njiunn. Brown, President; Stephen H. Wil- other day. "Tlio surest indications EcLs spawn liko other IWbes. For der, Treasurer; Albert Lawson, Sec in man," ho continued, "nro a moist long, however, tho most lcmarkablo l. retary; J. N. Gamble, Aaron A. Fer- eyo, ii dry palm and n shrinking of theories wcro held as to tholr biith. tho calf of tho leg. All tho indicasxzjs pnsToonAPiiEn, ns', James J. Hooker, Alexander Off-neOno of tho old beliofs wps that thoy tions nro duo to somo action of tho For the fined and Slott Artittio Work, ' r I . I . ',i .' Albert Erkenbrccher. i nerves consequent upon ndvanciug sprangfroin mud; n rival theory held any size or style. Frederica St. , between deal directly wjtli is to bo the years. In tho matter of tho oyo tho that young ools dovolopM from frag- 3rd and 4th. The Tribune (which Gm37 We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages,-anments separated from tin ir jiarents' name ot tho now paper) will occupy fifth section is interfered with, and boilies by tho rubbing tig inst rocks. A. cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are rtat-o- V Jo Peed the consumer, thus saving him the per Harris it is this that causes a How of water. Ono old author not only declared ono of the handsomest buildings in ' Respectfully, Tho dryness of tho palms is caused onnble, and wo guarantee satisfaction. the city, on Main street, directly op- by nn iuterforenco with tho func- that thoy camo from May dew, but Hoe & Co, of tions of tho body, nlso duo to tho gnvo tho following vecipo for produc: posite tho HAHBERS. ing them: "Cut up two covworking on tho finest action of tho nerves, and tho shrink-ag- o ered with May dew and lay turfs NewYork, are them ono Opposite Suler unil nenrCIovorport of equipment for it ever ordered from causes. tho leg follows from bimllnr upon tho other, tho grassy sides in- Ilotol, Cloverport, Ky. Owens boro, Ky. . " ward, and then oxposo th"m to tho Cincinnati. The Tribune will ho eu- "In. .old .ago, tQOji'ourioilfiOfiojuQ heat of tho sun. In a few hours thero will spring from them nu Intinito cujautity of cola," Rod nnd Gun. Hartford Republican tirc'y frco from sensationalism of every kind, and it is the intention to mnko it the best and most popular pa per in tho Ohio vnllcy. It will he independent Republican in politics, and will sell for two cents. Albert Law-so- n, lato with the St. Louis Republic, will be the Tribune's mnnnging editor, nnd Charles II, Scott, Into with the Chicago Herald, will be its business mannger. The Tribune will make its appearance about the holidays. The owners purposo giving special aucn tinn to thn industrial nnd commercial ... r :., ,.i,:i, ti, :... ...w w...... ...tV.VU.U ... .i.c.,.i. merchants of Cincinnati have a deep interest, notwithstanding the contrary tone of somo Cincinnati journals. The price of the Tribune by mail will bo 50 cents per month or $0.00 per year. jlark jtoitler, o nl m mm mi n nh. i ! N . 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