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TO TIIK 1 ,11 The JO, B, RQSEF.S, AETEORD EePFBLICAK OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY !H THE FOURTH SUBSCRIBE r Saw B- Wo aro Tjell supplied with tho vory bestmntorial and hnvo in our employ r.a ood workmen an can b found. I'riciisromoiiablo. I REPUBLGAN Publisher. C0M1.OTAL DM&.N. TER1SS 1.25 Ps: Amis, Id Aimed $1.25 Kr 14 JgRI VOL. V. ner ear. Kr - HARTFOED, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1892. 3HC NO. 21. Yifm a- - faS? if One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No. wegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime ond Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builils up the entire system. ci:roa Cotiehc, Coldu, Consumption, flr.rofulj, and all Annorrlo tintl Vcgtlng DIooqbdp. Pravontfi wastlnir In ohllclron. Alniot n iinltab!o 30 Bcott'a UtmiMou Cxdba rasitP. - AS .?&& Scott's Jjanwsloii Lottor lrom Goorgo Ticknor Curtis. li. K RieiiKitMiSfKiNiw, Nov. (ci-rairman, 1 milk. ct only tuc pemii jared by Bcott A llowiio, Chemls ycrlc. (Sold by nil Druggist' iiouii-- u .romu iw jmi Miu'kh llio Opening of thi) SEPTEMBER KALI, and WINTK". TJ'ADE. Wc oiler lor your iiiccti'Mi a mcriMH .;.,Protective 2!),I.V.IL .S'trc-rarjr, Tariff LARGE - STOCK 01 New r.nd De.'irablc OcimJs ..t Tory Reasonable -- -- Pwooa Isague, Xew York. Dear Sir: The New York f irnw, in itnissi'L' ol yesterday, thin fj'ioli-- up. provinily from the Loudon Econos mist: i J "It must never be forgotten thiit there in uo Free Trade party jet in the Unit'il Statee. hut the ilillerenei' ilUiirl ' batwceii the Democratic und the I!e- publican pnrty isxiihtitutioii ol tnoder- The Uo- nto for cxiremu Protection. l.M POUTED SIT1TXGS I publicmiB desire to remove all their centres ofKurpe. home manufacturer.-- from th eomie" From the AMKUICAX FABRICS tition of lorein ' producers, while ot In new mid beautiful patterns. Democrati! will yive a lair niea-ur- e I'rotect'ou, however, with the po-- "i EXCLUSI VK DESIGXS hiht'es of competition, ho that conii. in fall and winter 'invcltiM. mers may not he uuhiirly treated." This n the temperate advice of the Our unmet on iiiij I'nrlimti firi-Lojnlou Ecouomiit, one of ihe most BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices eouviuced Free Trade jou.naN in U to U reader. It 5,000 Mill and Winter Einjland, view that i now taken,ipre-henaad the Clonks, Latest Styles, has been taken lor yrarn u-- ', hy in$S.SOto$3oeaoh. telligent Enli-l- i observer? ol the It ises-c- ' itially a in America. Co C. wniml viev. We commend it to the 238 Fourth A v., Liiuii"i, Ivy. attention of Senator Hawlcv ol Coil1 dar necticut, who?e mind .cciih " keneil by forcbodiii)!K ot'disaXcr from tho influence of the recent election. The London paper ien'rc!v There i" a I'iok Tndc Mirty BUY THE O It i' ihe I mi. in the I'nitrd Statec. ocrntic party as now orani'ed and fylNNIHG led. I$y ui Into iiciinn it lin entiicly renounced the principle of Protection, tli.it anv IVo'eetion i both uuco:iettiitioual mid How, then, can thi paty favor whi't the london p:iper e.dls "niiii'cr-'toProtection? The dillcr-encebe" ibgrec; but tho Protection n all and no tween any Protection rt all is a dillerencj of piincip'e. The Democratic, parly, a it iJ now lMl .MWF MOST riMIO MEr VJrAulntiitiitir. organized and led, repudiates all ProWMDWTOK, ffMYn r fin) in tection. It makes no account of deHM.UMa iTTACMES. gree?; it j;oes for tho dcs'rnction of a THE REST !S THE CHEAPEST. sytciTi. On tho other hand, the ReV., nd TIM oar.ta to SB UMon "a-- i publican paity, adhering to the Confor our prim cam, "Blind Luek," nd stitution, and to the policy that lia win a Haw Homo levln Machine. been pursued ever rince the Coiicti-t'- on The New Home Sewing Machine Co. ORANOB, MAM. wi;s made, feel- to preset ve the principle of Protection, and it ilie to determine what not uiau- FOR SALE BY of compctiou" can be proviiU cd for, "m that consumers may not Ire unfairly treated." Wo want no s B competition between our own and foreigners, in our own market, in respect to the vanio ai t:.clci. Vi'c can furnish our consumers with rs good articles as can he brought from foreigu cuii.rlet; or, if there are eome articles produced in foreigu countries that are ol a superior grade--' to those made here, let our crnsumors who want such luxuries pay an enchanted pi ice for them. This has always been our policy, and it always mutt be, if wc ine,an to main c tain our independence, and to keep the control of our own indiistiies in Coliis,CoubjrTbmtOrooIn4ii:n' h Curt. Whooping Oouh, Bronchitis aid Atlanta, A our own hands. Connioptloa la first sUrs, and uit,in cut. for aavaartS at iur. tell.f In eaetlLnt stigtt.aft.r tsklr ones. strict Senator Hawley's mind may lis tb; You will Id. do... Bold by de.l.rt f.rjwh.r., tut fttt "darkened by forebodings of ilUnstcr totUoWonUMdtl.OO. from tho influence of the recent elec Hon," 1 suppose tho Times consider CKSTIMqriUTT. lOiTIKClSmi that my mind equally darkened. The difference, hywever, is that the Senator is a Republican and I am a Democrat. It Mr. Ilawlcy is in the dark, it is a darkuees that he shares with all CREAM the superior minds that have govirn ed his country for a period of a hundred years. If lam in the dark, it it a darkness that I share with Webber YEARS OR and Van Has lod nil Worm Romodloa. and Clay and Jucktou nud all the Bureu and liuehaiian, EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOt.t KVKUYWlIIcnK..T.Wrll. great lights of the Whig and the UlllllIlDSO..mtOUIH). t.. TnmtWwi. Democratic party. . hiii.iw ' Tho truth is, that when a political f party renounces n principle iji which it hns long acted, there must inevitably be great peril to the public interests, unless tho opposite party can .''Am jw. succeed in winning lor that principle tho continued support of tho people. tr?' ,. , Yours, very truly, "''' Geo. Ticknqu Cuims. n HUM AT TUP.- - SM ) E. Overstreofc ft m .5 us sun. IlGHT of didl-renc- 11 '.to ti. n-e- ltkEAlBK7flal if HI if matin-fneturer- WHITE'S VIBMIIME 20 ' . AJS .LHfC Kt ' BTWWaMP yjdnioHTtoB kv. universitv, nuBHireial Anltaailexinoton.ky: til. UliltoliV VlUlltcr Hon, m l tinthitarH.x IMiUr. lttTrMfcMtMliMtfrBUBu!pa I Ihma KAmmMm lOOAAtaJftaft Prlco 10 'rl .WnyheGtlllln Bro, l)jiiisi, loiofo'iictlle, Ditllnom, lint ou n nl for w nip nn.l nil )lilloin nii.l IS eta wr bolllf l Z. i Nwai.1 , .w. uru.tui cturi. Tku.it. tmwUm. 4 .mfui. r urtiiui nirw, WILBUR R. (MITH. LIXINQTON. KV, , ... Any. ffl otftt to be btaltlijf till. I. ihlti' ur) , I.nne'a iurllrliie mui- - llio lioivi-ever- y . tion of taxation was not embraced inhered into a ppacious dining, WASmNG-TOlV- . in tho call nud that therefore, tho room, where a tabic all loaded down Sjven Lion Killed by Pivo with good things to cat awaited them, VlTairs as Koportod by Our Court had no jurisdiction over the matter. At the November term, 1891 under inugiiillicicnt evergreen boughs Regular CorrespondA liun.'s in. an African however, tho Court refused to levy of mistletoe, feru and myrtle, preent, Forost. tho tax on tho ground that the Charpared by uono other than Mrs. GallolicrJt ingc." I The way in her own, gentlo way. Dec. 17. Senator Gorman, wi'h ter under which tho L. II. & W. brido is one of Irvington's most In Ca;t. VV"i'inttii'8 new book whose trickinces as a politician tbo was built, gavo them no power to do mid accomplished ladies, while hi" trip nuro? Africa, is a country bus long been familiar, is tho so. This is virtually saying that tho tho groom is an eminent young man luitungcr of the Democratic scheme to the tax will not be levied, consequentpicture representing wry t'rriu missed m tho vitwo i'h phmil. eluding the hunters, and will be greatly tecure tho election of Senators from ly a suit is forthcoming. ho livci, but our loss Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, through the tall cinity in which black and It is very seldom that tho silvery gr.w. Tiie only hope of tho hunters will be Ilurned's gain, ns he contem- Nebraska and possibly California, who, chimes of wedding bells aro heard in it to L'uin Hie It. ink of a river near plates engaging in business thcro if not Democrats, will make nn iron this dead old town. The dnngers in. c rid ngreemrnt to vote with the Dera- - cipicnt to the connubial state aro so at hand and strike out for tho other soon. May their lives bo calm and peace- ocrats on ell political questions, in-- J The earthed brute., with tails shore. great it seems, that tho young men in ful, eluding tho organiratinu of tho Senate these parts parts are backward in maan I trunk-- ' aloft, are teanug through Gentlo ns a flowing stream, th' ,Lr.i- -) at the to) ot of their speed, and Jerry king proposals. They have been in And their lives be no more painful, of tho next Coiigre-.- ; and they are almut the ugliest einto-i- ii Thau tho awakening of n pleasant Simpson is to bo his chief instrument tho three or four years last passed, dream. Coiu. t r one could meet. for hoodwinking tho Populist mem- at any rate. It is tho solemn duty of The etory of bers of the Legislatures of those every man to propose at some timo a virAtn'ic.tl elephant hunt has just Bits of Information. Stntcs. Facts wero brought out at or been t ild dipt, nr.si2l.1ud, of tho ho other, whether thinks ErcLonge." the Republican Senatorial caucus ho will be accepted or not. Rusti-cu- s, Fiviica arm, who served a while ngo Tho ordinary watch has ninety, held this week which convinced the 011 tli' C.numihion which determined however has broken the spell. eight pieces. a Republican Senators that anything He came into town last week with the Inutility between French is ouo in The percentage of paupers like an honest deal in thfiso Htntes, the girl of his henrt aud went to tho and Piirtuc.o New Guina. every thousand. AirivLi- 011 the banks of ttio Rto excepting California, is bound to re- County Clerk's office. The necessary The colored population in the Unit- sult in tho election of Republican writings (ir.iudi, Cipt, 15roeland reijuested were secured. Tho happy ed States amounts to nearly 8,000,000, Senators, aud steps aro being to upset the ii.itivi--- ! to take him on an couple then repaired to tho residence different col. Senntor Gordon's little game by pre- of Rev. Cox, where tho ceremony was There nre twenty-fiv- e They promised to do bo ors and over 300 intermediate shades venting Democratic dishonesty. It is performed in a highly satisfactory n a elephants wero reported in now believed that tho Republicans manner. The actions of tho devoted A fcv days later in falso teeth. fie neiltli iriiiiod tiaiivojcimo rushing into ot 1 In Ireland there aro 40,000 mud can control the Scnato in tho next couple at that auspicious timo, wo are oui' Congress, although if at all, it will be informed, were decidedly interesting. th" village and "aid they had seen the cabins consisting of but one room. tr.icki ol a young elephant, and, as The groom catno in with his hat on The fortieth anniversary of a mar- by a very narrow margin. Present indications bear out the and kept it on while the sacred rites t iey mw 110 other tracks, they thought riage is a "wooden wedding." th? ic.--t nf the herd was on the other A watch carried by tho Emperor truthfulness of the report prevalent were being performed. He, also, ride of the little Koliba River. Their Charles V. in 1530 weighed twenty-sov- en before tho assembling of Congress, leaned on tho arm of his brido as he thnt the hill was to be entered, and continued to lean upon it expeiience told them that the young pounds. talked to death in the Senate. The till the solemn service was ended.Thc elephant would not remain away from Ran Miguel Church, erected nt other report that a number of Souththe iet of the herd. Capt Brossclaud devoted pair have gone out to face Fc, N. M., iu 1545, is stated to happened to be absent from thevillago Santa ern Senators, who had favored tho the trials of life, aud wo wish them bo tho oldest church in tho country. bill at tho last session hr.d changed much joy. Since the occurence howand tiie hunters could not await his It is not considered healthful for a front nud wero now opposed to it is ever, rumors have been flying thick ivturn. S eight of them set out after their prey, and the fact that very young person to sleep with nn now borne out by tho action of the and fast. Young people cau hardly Bro-'ia- ud was left behind was tho old one. Southern Senators who have already bo seen together now, I mean a Nineveh, the ancient city, was 14 spoken on tho bill. liiekn t incident of his life. boy and girl, without the announceTho President will endeavor to get ment being made with a great flourish The eii'lit hunters had plenty miles long nud 8 miles wide, sur ot piiwder and ball and big English rounded by a wall 100 feet high and a little recreation during the holidny that they are soon to wed. Madam mu'ketj w'lioh they could load to tho 29 feet wide. recess of Congress by going on a duck Rumor hns settled down on several deWhile he is not ex- voted couples in this town. Out of iiiu.lc Through the vines and thick The shores of the Dead Sea aro shooting trip. et ilnv li.iveled until thoy struck thowercd out actly sick his health is far from being the lot one wedding, wo are informed, lined with pumice-ston- o the nail. .Suddenly they came upnu ot eome volcano that destroyed Sodom robust. Ilis friends aud family hope will transpire. The others, wo fear, a ele.iriiij; where they saw tho animal, aud Gomorrah, which cities finally that n short rest will put him in a will bo indefinitely postponed, owing uliiiosl a h.tby elephant, before them, sank beneath the waters of the Dead good condition to Etnud the immense to circumstances over which the boys amount of work that will be imposed have no control. they were ntouishcd that Its coinpin-ioSea. on him after the holidays. had left it alone. The young Rojiin Hoon. St. Charles. Mo., durinK its exist In marking contrast to publications brute, danger, began to ence, has been under tho dominion of Toloda Blade. make tr.icki tor tlu foret. Scveinl three ffag, namely, Spain, France iu Democratic newspapers alleging The most popular and best known by implication, if not in plain wotds, sliuw were fire at it, and tho sorely and tho United States. that Secretary Foster is trying to de- weekly newspaper printed in this woin ! .mini il'-- t loud cry of.distreai Brazilian Indians aro said to be For ceive tho Democrats and tho country country is tho Toledo Blade. cell nil tar thni'rij'i tho forest. about the ugliest human beings on the more than twenty years it has had a as to the condition of the Treasury, The hunt starte tnwards the anface of the earth, not excepting tho are the words of Representative circulation of 100,000 to 200,000, imal, keeping, however, in the h!j;o "Diggers" of Lower California and Springer, Chairman of tho Houte going regularly iuto every state and of I In timber, wheie they would bo the tribes of Terra del Fuego. luisex"i-eCommittee on Ways nnd Means, territory of the Union. From fifteen to an oii'ousive sally from The loco weed, which is abundant which has just been authorized by a to twenty-fiv- e tons of print paper is their vietiiii. A'lofa sudden thoy in Western Kansas, has a peculiar House consumed in each week's edition, nud ie Resolution to iuquiro into nnd heard ci lespondiug to thoso of a The hunters at once facination for cattle, upou which it report upon tho present condition of it is regularly mailed to moro than ymiiti; elephant. tho Treasury nnd the future proba- half tho postoflices of tho United comprehended at once that wero in exerts nn intoxicating cflect. "Cool as a cucumber" is correct. ble revenues under present laws. Slates. It is a peculiar lact that tho .Tiie other elephants wero danger. ""Wo shall call Blade is the only weekly newspaper not fur oil, and were running in an- Investigators claim that that vegta-bl- o Mr. Springer said: usually has a temperature ono de- upon Secretary Foster for a state- published that has regular subscriswer to the crici ot their omrade. Tii black's immediately abandoned gree less than tho Burrouuding atment covering moneys on hand and bers in allprtsof the United States. indebtedness up to aud including It is edited with special leference to their victim, which had fallen to tho mosphere. the wants of all people in all sections. ground. Tlicv could hear within tho Tho first newspaper published in December 31, which closes the first is also made to mtercst every memOf It cracking of tho undergrowth as tho this .ountry was "Public Occur- half of the current fiscal year. Besides all the ber of the family. cours wo have every confidence in p mderous aiiiurils hastened to tho rences," issued in Boston, in Sepnews ot tho world, it has Serial aud , see ( tember, 1090. It lived one day. Secretary Foster, who is crainctly rnfitrtuiiatoly for tho hunters, they The first permanent newspaper in tho fair, and there is no doubt that we Short Stories, Wit and Humor, PoetSchool ran into :i thicket of thorny shrubs, Uuited States was the Boston "Hews will be given a precise statement of ry, Camp fire, Farm, Sunday Lessons, Young Folks, Poultry, Puztho Treasury's condition." Secretary through which thv could not force Letter," issued iu April, 1704. zles, Households, Answers to CorreAfter a desperate ellort their way. In 18G0 our product ot hardware Foster told Mr. Springer and Sena- spondents, Etc., Etc. Asa special to get through they wero compelled, was valued at 8190,000,000: in 1888, tors Carlislc'nnd Brico that it was ab. witli bleeding limbs, to turn back nud 8970,000,000. solulcly certain that there would bo feature for 1893, Mr. Robinson Locke, Tho annual addition seek tome better route. Thoy had to the output was $0,000,000 a year an available surplus of uot less than editor and proprietor of tho Blade, has just sailed for Japan, and will gone but 11 few eteps when they saw betweeu 1840 and 18G0 and $25,000,-00- 0 820,000,000 at the close of the prescontribute a series of illustrated let1lrem. live elephants rushing towards a year between 18G0 and 1888. ent fiscal year. ters on the manners and customs of light wa impossible, aud so Further In New York the fastest elevators that peculiar country and its people. with their eight guns thoy blazed Strau8s'H New Waltz. aro in the Union Trust ConipanvV Theso articles will bo commenced Strauss, the waltz writor, has eent The bulleta hit it'vay at the enemy. building on "Broadway, near Wall over his new waltz, which The La- some timo in February or march, and the maik, but an elephant is hard to Street. They shoot up or down carwill be worth tb the readers of the kill by n fiunt shut, nud tho animals dies Homo Journal is going to pubrying 3,000 pounds, at a speed of Blade many times tho subscription with icdoubled fury rushed upon tho lish in its pages, and is said by muGOO feot a minute. price. Every reader of this paper is h dplc;3 men. sical judges to be ono of tho brightinvited to send for a specimen copy. Seven of tho men wero lifted high COL'I'IlL urvl CoDiumptln NIIII.OII'K est piocs of danco tnusio over proThe publishers of tho Blado would be in the niroii tho tusks of the animals Cure IssoM by us onn KU.inintee. It curcou-uniptio- n. duced by him Sold by Z. Griffin A liro. glad to seud a specimen copy to every to the ground, broand tlieu reader in this country. Subscription ken the tiees nud crushed unA Free Trip to Tho World's Fair, Refusod to Levy tho Tax price of tho Blado, ono dollar a year. derfoot. One man made Ins escape, nnd countless other attractive premWeddings in Hardins- Five dollars in cash will bo paid to and huiried back to tbo village, iums, from a doll to n watch, bicycle, burg. any person sending in a small club whi'M people where horror-stricko- n at organ or rifle, are offered for a little Hardixsbihi, Dec. 12. Brecken-rid- go of Subscribers. Write for agent' A party was sent out to pleasant work near homo, by tho pubhis iceital. county, in all probability, is to terras, giving particulars. Address, tho scene of the trngedy. The seven lishers of WIDE AWAKE. For full have a big suit ou hands. Prior to "Tho Blade, Toledo, Ohio." victims wciu found so terribly mutiparticulars, freo, address W. F. Kelthe construction of tho L. H. & W. For lame back.side or chet.me8hllolt' porou lated that their own relatives could logg, Box 188, Boston, Mass'. 1G lm R.R., tho magisterial districts through ria.ter. Price 24 cents. Sold by Z. Wayne flrlfll Ono of tho hardly rccngnuo f hem. m which tho contemplated road was to A liro. Croup, five elephants was on the ground eo Ulately Whooping Cough miii llrfmchltln Immfl rvllcwul by Sliliolt's Cure, Z.W.Oriniii run, with tho exception ot tho DO YOU WANT TO HAIIKY, onto you sciiou-l- y wounded that ho could, not II ro.'s Drug Store. district, voted u tax of 8G00,-00- 0, ofculture .octal luttem lrom gonlleinen aud ladle! and meant lrom all orer the coimtrj! Tho young elephant, wIioeo move. to aid in tho construction of tho it to, ju.t tend one ten cent ami rt'celt.a copy of cries had brought tho comrades that CnnKhlnic I.rntltt lo Coiimimplloa. tho elegant matrimonial paper called Oanti road, Pcrstinnt to a call of the CounBalsoin ttopn Iho coiikIi t one. lluniom. which will atlord you moro healthful ten ibly avenged it was dying and ty Judge, the Court of claims met on enjoyment than you hare bad for many a day; each l M THAT IIACKINU COVf'IC can the others had disappeaied. in November last. number contains hundred! of letter, lrom youug qukMy curnl by Nhlloh'ii Cur. Wa nuiranto tho third Monday ladie. and gentlemen wantlngcorrespondenl. from business to bo transacted by tho tho.e oftheoppoaiteaezilf there la a man or Hold by Z. Wnjrne Orlffln llro. Tho y. Galloway-McCoCouit was stated in tho call nud was womau who hat not found til. or her affinity Remember that when you subscribo as followsiTo consider and audit claims here's the golden opportunity. Ad.lresa Uaixoi Dee. -. Last Wednesday inght. loiaom, room It, II Doylaton alrcet, Ilottou, 3 ly. Dee. 7th, in the presence of a largo for tho Hartford Rci'unLiPAN or if aud transact such business us per- Mot.. number of invited friends and rela- you aro an old subscriber, when you tains to tho maintenance of tho poor DKU.VKX'VE'i.N, or (he I.IQVSR tives, on n beautifully decorated pay up and a year iu advance, ydu ofBaid county, public roads, tho pay? 1IAU1T Cured Kit Home In Tenliy get free for ono year your choico of nicul ot all claims nud debts contrac veinndii, arranged by dainty by tMluiliilatrrliijrDr. Ilnlnctt hands, tliotgolcii'iii.aUou of tho rites tho following papers: Tho New Yoi k ted and to bo paid at the November Uoltleii NpeelUc, of matrimony weio (piietly performed Tribune, $1,00; The Home and Fatfm, term 1892, of the Court of Clairas.and orIt canbeglren lngIatof knowledge1 of (ho tea, or in lood, without llio by Rev. .'I. C. Crubtree, between 50 cents; Tho American Farmer, 50 to mako final settlement with thcSher- - patient. It it absolutely harmless, and will affect Ihe pa. Yen iirfor tho revenue of 1891 and 1892, n permadent and tpcedy cure, whether io wreck. John E, Galloway aud Mrs, Muttio cent; Womankind, CO cents. t It a moderernte drinker ornn alcohol McCoy, Initneudiately ufter tho get two papers for tho prico ot one. It bat been glren in a thousand cases, and in evas far as practable. It ceremony llio bride and groom were the court, D. ery cases, perfect cure tits followed. withnever During the term of the falls. The system once impregnated SI.KmU.UNI.VlUHr m0o followed by their attendants, Miss It, Murray, Attoruey for theL. St. fc specltl)', It becomes an utter Impossibility for the terrible cough. Nhifoli'f Cure It th rem. tlit liquor appUlte to exist. Cures guarnteed, 44 Lou Galloway ntidOicarMcGavock.to dyf.r)nu. FornalobrZ, WnyDO Orjffln i Bro. T. caino forward with a motion to tho page book of particulars free. Address the GOLD-Uthe parlor where congratulations and effect that the Court should levy a HPECIFIO CO, W HACE Ntrcet CincinCaUrrh Cured, health nnd iweet .brenth e. quite 11 number of haudsoiiie presents tax sufficient to pay tho coupons nati!, Ohio, rured by bhlloh'i CnUrrlt Itemed. EO H. wero received from their many frietids. Numl Injector free st Z. Wayne OrlfflnPrice .due, January 1 1892, July 1 1892, Ilr BROWN'S IH0S BITTERS Thnradhy Ihe happy couple repaired kJauuaryl 1893, and July 1 1393. Cures Indigestion, UlUousntu, Dyspepsia, Mala Dyapcpi-n homo of tho groom's parents, WILLYOrMJI-tr-EKwItto the ' The Court refused to entertain the rU, Nervousness, and Ooneral Debility. Pkvtl-Un- a Liver cmnplnlntl Nhlloh'ii VilAllorlguarunleeiJ recommend It. AlldeaksiseUU. Genuine -Win. H. Galloway, and were Boon motiou on tho ground that the ques- - lUinaikandaosodrt4Uaeionwrpper. old by Z. Wurue O.lfflo A Uo. cure you. A!;T3!CELE?HAHT HUNT. PH0FE8S10X.Jj 3". Ed.-w-in CA r JiD. lESo-w- ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, J(". G-lo-n.- - - KKNTUCKY. J t. n. wrnMiii. S.flLtl-l- . o &z 'reddintB', KY. llazair.) -- , . HARTFORD, (Office, over Audi rnn'- Ohtoaiiiladjul.tiii Spccmlaitmiion gitrn collection,, Will pMi-tli-- iilltlin iinn Incourt of courts o nn iu u Appeals inl In prof rritiiimil pMcliie and Y2nltj 3"amss -- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h'sprofe? lon in Ohio and adjoin. Ing comities, nud tho court of Appeals, bpecia attention given to collection. Office north side public square. vl 71r &.. Sraitli, f ! E. D. GUKFV. II. II. Itl.NGO. &enc-giMilii- Attorneys at Law. Will practi"e In nil court, of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In Superior Court and Court nfAp. ifflls. Collection nnd nil iegil Lu!ncM nttended 0. Office, No. .13 K.Murkei tlIurtlord, Ky. elc-plia- ar Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, 11 "JR. 32. XVecLd-infar- , Attorney at Law, (Office in I'rowcbr Uuilding.) Will practlcK his profi lon in nil the courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties. AInu Aotnrr anti-optio- n rnbllc vin-Hi- j IhT.. Xj. ZEalea-vxiaa- , Will practice his profi sion In all tbo Courts el Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in the Court ef Appeals. Hpcci.il att ntlon given to collection. Office, over Willinms, Hell A Co's drugstore. Hartford, Ky, m.. VJ ATTORNEY AT LAW, a WHHFE v W JpteVW tp-- v !&.& b 1 1 DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FItONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. r-i 1 d 'rs AT Ri vfl"P XfUKe PLEASANT J fJjr.wL n ' "r oil f.t V l' ' MORNING. I FEEL BRI0HT AND N) MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER, r 5ny It acts gentle on tbo atnmarh, Hree ..ain1t.a!raaiit Uxatlre. aitl drink I. ' jio aud Is prtprtUforuuasrajiljrM i.win. A 11 tlr.i-iflaell It nt toe. nnd f 1 00 a pctaee. It ro.ii'uii ti.tli,eritlyoura'ldrtii'tjrrrt'ta,.iiH'fl. l'ttrutlr Medicine finite, tb Uvtlior!) . ulit n t I'lonl cu.vro;;rtc i'.onou.vi:i. i.v1.o.n. 1. Wn-rn- dtf-he- iSTHS fcJifV.' T1EST. ng-iiu- JiUfttSW MWHir 2 uT 0FVA!:C'WJ5 Agents Wanted! II. A. LOZKIER&CO., f)iolc?alo Dealers, CLEVELAND, O. 340 Superior St. ,t Bew-leyvi- llo THIS PAPFR tsonnirin.'nilftdrlDhlft tiMo vna).uiv. .vivtvp i rr .niuif .TTji'Myy ut Ji'iwrs. taM PtHiAifttiAit. j ouPAtiUiDrlzidfurcuir A. J. SLATON, M. D., K-m- Physician & Surgeon, Formerly of Millwood, now 'ocute 1 nt Leitch-fieloffers his urofe-tiou-- il services to the people Grayson and adjoining couaties. Uftlce in res Mly dsnee, (the Ir. Hadon propertr.) Commercial. Hold, CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAX0N, PROPRITOR. Has just been repaired and newly furnished. Located clo?o to Depot. s lunch Give Good meals or it a- trial. first-cla-- tie-i- o Happy and content Is a home with " Tha Ro. a limp with tho lisht of the mornlnf. CataJ(ues,write Rochester UmpCo.,NewYwk. Chester j h mr tre broken down t.om eeuof rebuilds tho tyttein, aids ill.'Cttlou, removes ex. bile. aud luresuuliiria. tic thdnvniuno. ' Man r Pcrsoim o erork or household Urown'i; Iron Hilton J . Tho man, the 12th inst., n son. mother aud child aro doing well, aud Jo. is all overcome- with smiles. Dr. J. rVBLISIIED BVEBV FIUDAY MORNIMO. W. Barnhill attending physician. Rev. Salmons filled tho appointEditor and Proprietor. JO. B. ROGERS, ments ot Rev. D. E. Yciecr at Bell's m Run last Saturday nnd Sunday. JFRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1892. OurTchool, which is bciug taught TV. 'J Dick Tate wasn't a circumstanco by A. P. Taylor, is progressing very r in to tho present Democratic Legisla- nicely. The attendance has been reATTENTION. ture. Dick got his load and left, but tarded by sickness nud whooping-coug- h. tho Legislature, not only gets its arrange We have just perfected load of tho State's money, but still at Married, tho residence tnenU by which wo can furnish tbo refuses to leave. of tho bride's father, Mr. Yates, Hartford Republoan and the Weekly Courier-JournAfter another quarter of a contu Mr. S. A. Park to Miss Dcro-th- a one year for $1.75. Yates Rev. Schell ofliciating. is by far tho ry or so of experience perhaps tho The Cburier-Joumpeople of Kentucky will become Attendants, Mr. J. L. Elmore and ablest Democratic paper in the South. Tho bridal aware that a Democratic Legislature Miss Donnio Taylor. Ttka taete two s year for tho small is a very costly luxury. party left immediately for tho homo of tho groom, where they enjoyed a sura of I1.T5, A merry Christmas tc each and Bumptuous feast. Both parties are Republican and You can get tho of you. worthy young people, and their marthe New York Tribune for only $1.25, riage, which has becu long looked Sunday is Christmas and the small the price of tbo Republican alone. forward too, was nu eujoyablo affair, boy is happy. and wo join with a host of friends It What is the Hew York Tribune ts the ablest Republican paper in the Will keep its war-tim- e Prom' in wishing them a long nnd happy life. A great number of the farmers of ises. United States with 24 pages chock this vicinity have sold their crops of Pennsylvania OrH-- " full of the choicest reading matter. The town of Greenwich, Conn,, tobacco at a very fine price and aro Tho Retuuucan and the Tribune for has just decided to settlo a number of delivering it very rapidly. $1.25 claims which have been pending Sara Ann. nearly thirty years. In 1863. whon Again, you can get the RepublicSunday School Business, an and the Some and Farm, a semi- volunteers for tho armies in tho field At tho State Union last August were very few, tho town agreed to Ohio county reported moro schools monthly agricultural paper published pay 800. to each man from that town at Louisville for $1.25. The JJoine giving his servicos to the country. that any other county in the State, aud yet the county is scarcely half and Farm is one of ihe ablest and On one pretext or another payment organized as it should be. It is our best agricultural papers published. It has been avoided and deferred by tho dosire to have organized a Sunday town authorities until now. At a has 1G pages crowded with informaSchool in everv church iii the county town meeting Monday, it was voted and every schoolbouse, where there is tion for the farmer and his family. to pay the claims in full. This means no church convenient. We will gladThe Republican and tho Home and an expenditure of about 815,000. ly assist any neighborhood iu organFarm for $1.25. izing and any denomination in the HORSE BRANCH. Still again, you can get the ReSunday School work. Dec. 20. Our town is still impublican and the American Farm, L. R. Bahnett, proving. The new railroad from another bright and excellent 16 page Horso Branch to Fordsvillo is proPres. S. S. Union. agricultural paper for $1.25. gressing finely. They will got tho CLEAR RUN. And still again, you can get the track laid from here to Rough River Dec. 18. Health at this place and and tho iron for tho bridge time is good. Clear Run is having a Republican and Womankind, an is here. Tho first car of freight was good grocery put up by C. C. Hoover ably edited and pDpular 16 page shipped from Horso Branch Coal and J. L. Hoover. ladies paper for (1.25. Mines to Olaton over the now road Mr. S. A. Park and Miss Do Yates You can get the Cosmopolitan, a by John Pickersgill to J. B. McDan-io- l. were married at the residence of the first-clahome magazine, one of the Capt. J. C. Turner, chief engibride's father Dcc.l5th by Rev.Schell. most popular in the country and the neer of new road, and Capt. W. R. Born, to the wifo of J. A. C. Republican for $3, tho regular Bradshaw, foreman of track Inying, Park a ten pound girl. Miss Fannie Park and brother, price of the Cosmopolitan alone. and J. McAvoj and C. N. Robertson, civil ongineor, and Charles from Grayson county, accompanied Every person who expects to keep Floor, foreman of stave factory, are by James Cooksey aro visiting J. A. up with the times, should take a good all stopping at the Brady House Park and family. W. H. Newcomb magazine. and family enjoyed a good round. at this placo. Wo have made special arrange The lumber is being sawed now J. E. Park will have him a new house built by Woodward,& New-commerits with these publications, and are for a large hotol at this placo. The health of tho county around thus enabled to make these unparelleK J. L. Hoover will open the R. here is good. ed offers. school at this placo the first Monday You ought to take your county BEDA. in January '93. This make two paper and we believe you will find Dec. 19 S. A. Park and Mies Dee schools for him this wiuter. the Republican alone worth the Yates were married on Dec. 15, at Rev. C. Coleman filled his regular $1.25, but we not only givo you the tkc residence of the bride's parents appointment here last Sunday in the presence of quite a number of People are awaiting for a rise in worth of your money but more. Rev. Scbell the river so they can deliver their friends and relatives. Subscribe now, or if you are a sub- pronounced tho words that bound in saw logs at Evansville. J. B. scriber, come in and renew and take unison the seperato hearts and mado advantage of this offer. Never be them one. Congratulations were exMerit Will Will. fore have tho people of the county tended and gifts bestowod, after The many friends of that genial which the bridal tram started for Mr. gentleman, Mr. S. R. Dont, of tho had much cheaper reading offered James A. Park's, where tho young United States Life Insurance Co., them. couple were received with candid and will be pleased i. to know that ho has Notwithstanding the very in- loving words, and tho train made to been promoted to tho position of A feel proud of such a welcome. clement weathsr, a good audience District Manager for Central and sumptuous supper had been eleheard the inimitable poet laureate of Southern Kentucky. Tho United gantly prepared. It is heedless to Kentucky at College Hall Friday States is not only ono of the best say that it was enjoyed. Tho names night. Major Stanton's poems are and most popular companies doing of some of those that were present are models in all that is beautiful in business in tho State, but Mr. Dent as follows: James Cooksey, James language and noble in sentiment. is every inch a gentleman and a Park and Miss Fannie Park, Olaton, first-cla- ss The most intense interest was mani insurance man. It is no A. P. Taylor and Miss Ida Taylor, fested throughout the reading, and Westerfield, Frank Lowe, Burt wonder ho has written more policies the Major responded gracefully and Coombs and Miss Katie Coombs, of in Ohio county in tho last two years happily to the repeated encores. near Hartford, Jacob Hoover and .than any othor agont. Ho commands The people of Hartford will hope tor tho confidenco of tho people. Mrs. R. Stewart, Waller, Mrs. Kaanother opportunity to hear the giftMr. Dent is in tho county this tie Paris aud Miss Clora Paris, ed Kentuckian, and we understand week, writing up the death claims of J, L. Elmore Westerfield and the Societies and Faculty of tho Miss Dou Taylor, Owensboro.were the Mr. Luther T. Barnard, of Beaver College will have him return in the chief attendants. Mr. Park is nn ac- Dam, and Mr. Elliot, of Rochester. spring. He will ever havo a royal tive young farmer, of sterling integ- He will take charge of his now work welcome among us. rity and intrepid courage, while the tho first of tho year. i m think, or bride is a paragon of beauty and loved A aitEATmany people Merry Christmas. seem to think, that a rich man a most by those that know her best. Christinas Christmas greeting millionaire is a soulless human, with May flowers, whose nectared sweetness make fragrant all around, bud prices at Kahn's Trade Palace: no feelings whatever in common with misforMen's, boys and children's overhis fellowman. In short, a man who and blossom to embalm the befall them on the coats from $1.00 up. hates all humanity and whom all hu- tunes that may Men's, boys and children's suits manity sheuld hate as a common ene- rugged highwayofterrestrial existence, and may the star of their hope, which from 75 cents up. my but a glance at the acts ot philanMen's, boys and children's shoes thropy of many of our rich citizens is now above the horrizon of the Ori. eut, euamoriug their souls with her from 45 conts up. will convince any one but an ignoraMen's, boys and children's boots mus filled with prejudice that theso enchanting lustre, ascend to the zenith the from $1.00 up. men not only possess the same broth- from thence never to wane until Ladies, misses and children's erly love, but that for tbo great cause sublime ideal of their most brilliant becomes untarnished cloaks from $1.00 up. of education and morality they are anticipations Ivan Todd. Ladies finest kid glovos from 05 willing to give of their means. Phil. lruition. Armour's magnificent Christmas gift conts up. UNION, to the city of Chicago is a caBO in For a few days only. Dec. 20. Health in our commu point. nity is good. Our school is progress iug nicely under tho management of The New York Frets says: Rev. Baker Rhoads. A Very S1nlnutlvs General. Henry Preserved Smith, having been "Talking about email things," said T. Chick, who has bought tho convicted of heresy before tho Cin- Black farm of Joe.Reid, contemplates a southern man yesterday, "the smallest thing I know of lives down cinnati Presbytery, has been suspendmoving into our midst in the noar fu- in Copiah county, Miss., in tho pered from the ministry until such .time son of General James Ballovr, who ture. as he renounces his heretical opinions. Born, to the wife of Sam Foglo was born and reared in Copiah couninches tall, weighs Dr. Smith may bo thankful that tho Dec. 13th a boy. Mother and ty, is twenty-eigh- t thirty-twpounds and is twenty-nin-e spirit of the ago has made impossible child doing well. years of ago. Ho grow slowly until the penalties with which offenses like John Cooper finished delivering his ho was(six years old and then ceased his were punished in the earlier times. S. B.F to grow. Ho ia of perfect shapo and crop of tobacco lost week. form .and is unusually intelligent, hut Nowadays heretics aro suspended has no education wh&towr. I am from the pulpit, whoreas in tho oldon WESTERFIELD. well acquainted with bis family and times they were frequently suspended Dec. 17. Sickness is very preva- antecedents aud know him to bo one scaffold. from the Mrs. Delila Tay. of tho most interesting men in tho lent at this time. W. south. You cannot boat him for size lor is very sick at this writing. Though the entertainment at Col-le- g L. Chapmau, who has been confined in all your western and northern Hall Friday night was not a to his room for several days, is able country. St. Louis Republic. great financial success, the Sociotios to bo out again, C. J. Rhoad's little Working and Eating-- . Dr. Smith insists that if a man and faculty descrvo great credit for daughter, Nonic, has pneumonia. tako nutritious, digestible food their public spirit. Wo hope inclement A child of C. C. Taylor's has pneu- will judicious in quantity, lives and weather will net b an obstacle to their monia. B. W. Taylor, Sr., who has works regularly and rests whon fanterpnso again. been confined to his room for several tigued, cultivating at the same time days with a very painful carbuncle, a philosophical habit and keeping himself aloof from fret and annoyis is to bo hopedwhen tho now is better. It ances, tho chances aro that ho can Mrs. Marion Taylor is visiting relcompleted fromHorseBranoh to do an almost unlimited amount of FordivilU that wo can have daily atives at Whitcsville. work for an indefinite length of time. He. must, however, bear in mind that Mrs. Mollie Neighbors and daughmails to the latter thriving little city. Miss Debbie, of Carmi, 111., aro when weariness comes ho must rest As things now stand it takes practical- ter, and not take stimulants and work ly two days to get a letter from here visiting relatives in this vicinity. upon false capital. Pittsburg Born, to the wifo of Joseph Chap to Fordsville or vice vorsa, Hartford Republican in Ham CnoLnttA has burg nnd our Congress could do no brttcr thing tbnu to prohibit foreign immigration, or nt least put it under strict quarantine until tho danger is past, America is too busy just now to entertain Europe's ancient plaguo. INVENTOR OF THE BAQQAGE CHECK.' A Device That Mails IU War napldly to General Adoption. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! "- - " al e to-d- ay, ss Bu-for- d. Tho alleged origin of tho decidedly useful baggago checks has bcu told by Mr. D. Morrell, of Union City, Mich., as follows: John Pahnor, of my town, is tho Inventor of tho baggago checking Bystcm. I will toll you his story as ho told it to mo. John Palmor was born in England somo eighty-twyears ago, nnd camo to tho United States in 1829, and to Union City in 1835. In thoso early days ho was in great domand, for his violin enlivened many and many a winter night. Ono great annoyance ho experienced was tho constant trouble peoplo had in finding their coats, hats, wraps, obos, etc., after tho party broko up. Well, it was announced that thoro was to bo a big danco at Burlington on Thanksgiving evening about I860, and Mr. Palmor was to havo chargo Flush Goods, of tho music. Ho know that thoro Albums, would bo a terriblo crowd there, and that thore would bo lots of trouble Pictures, with tho clothing, and ho went to work to doviso a plan to obviato it Picture Frames, Well, after studying on it for a long timo ho hod solved tho mysVases, tery. Ho got out eight cards and marked them in pairs 1 1, S 2, 8 8, Glassware, 4 4 and ono of the greatest blessWater Sets, ings to tho business world was born. Now for the first test Ho had four Rugs, children, ho took their shoes and them-solveBtockings, tied each up by Watches, put taa 1, 2, 3, 4, on each lot Dolls, and put them away. Whon tho children got up thoy inquired for Doll Beds, their shoes. Ho gavo each ono tho &c Ac. check that corresponded with tho check on their shoes, and told them to go into tho other room and pick out their own by comparing tho numbers. Each child got its own. We Now for a trial on a larger scale. Ho prepared a lot of checks in tho samo way for tho guests at tho party. About tho first to arrlvowero tho four railroad men from Marshall. Throo took their checks; ono would not have tho tiling and throw it on tho floor. When they called for their clothes thoy had forgotten all about tho checks and demanded their clothes. Mr. Palmor asked thorn for their checks. After hunting some time tho three produced thoir checks and at onco received thoir goods. Thoy had to identify tho goods for the fourth man. Shortly after that thoro was another party at Burlington, and among tho first to nrrivo wero six railroad mon from Marshall, including tho first four. Thoy said thoy wanted their things checked tho samo as before. They watched tho plan tho whole evening, and went away convinced that they had found a grand idea. Insido of threo months it was adopted by tho railroads of tho United Town Taxes. States. Chicago Tribune. Those who have not paid their town taxes are earnestly requested to IIow a lll.hop Received Treipauer. 1 must make settleTho bishop of Exeter it scorns was do so nt once. constantly annoyed by tho intrusion ment soon and your prompt action in of strangers into his grounds, and the matter will be appreciated and ho had put up very stringent notices will save time aud trouble. forbidding trespassers. Ono mornRes'y, W. P. Thomas. ing ho was walking along in a meditative mood when suddenly two laJ dies broko through tho shrubs and stood awkwardly enough confronting him. They stammered out somo excuse, saying they did not know AND- they wero in private grounds. His lordship mado them a profound bow, pointed to tho printed notice, adding, "But perhaps you do not read; however; as you seem to havo no scruples, pray go on, go along tho path's, into tho flower garden, across -tho lawn, enter tho house, visit tho drawing room, dining room and To work right at homo. study, but let mo recommend you not to penetrate into tho bedrooms at this early hour, as tho housemaids may not havo dono their work." Tho A Grand intruders must havo wished themselves in another diocese. Templo Bar. To Earn Money Without any Risk The Talne of Great Tcl.tcopes. or Exponso. I should liko to call attention to tho fact that tho history of tho great telescopes at Mount Hamilton and at Washington will servo to lay away Writo at onco for particulars to finally a widely published opinion which wo wed to hear ropeated overy S. $. SGRANTON & CO, few weeks namely, that groat aro of littlo use. Tho work of Hartford, Conn. theso two great telescopes (not to of many others) has 2eak shown their great superiority A Bargain. over less powerful instruments in every field of astronomy, in tho obI now havo for sale two fino bloodservations of planets, nebula;, stars, ed race horses. One of them is Tom comets, satellites, in spectroscopy, celebrated thoroughand also in thoso departments of Nichols, the bred stallion, and the other is Bon astronomical photography for which Fune, a thoroughbred race horse.both they aro adapted. Smaller instruments havo their ap- of national reputation. Both horses propriate fields, and in somo of theso aresure foal getters and can show as they will always bo moro convenient than larger ones. But tho great tele- fine a lot of colts as was ever seen scope, whon properly used, is nnd al- anywhere. Theso horses must and ways will Le Professor will be sold at a bargain, so if you Edward S. Holdon in Forum. want to buy, do so at once. Call on or address mo at Beaver Dam, Ky. A Small Matter. Now Man (signal office) Indica- 17 tf Horace Barnes. tions are for fair wcathor and northerly winds. Which flag shall I put out?" WEEKLY Old Man Oh, any of 'em. Nobody knowB tho difference except sailors, Courier-Journ- al and it's too foggy for 'om to see-N- ow York Weekly. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor. A crooked smilq ehows that there is something wrong behind it, just Best Democratic Paper Pub. as a sarcastic or a cynical smilo $1.00 a year. ehows a warp in tho nature of the person who wears it. But when tho heart is right tho smile will bo of tho right kind, and should bo cultivated. o s, For Everybody and his wife and childien. Wo take pleasure in announcing that our Stock of Christmas Goods is full and complete; such has been tho rush that we and now have been compelled to have coming in Chrismas Gifts of every kind. Come and see them. Wo have an elegant line of re-or- der Know all men, that I havo roloas-o- d my son, FlotchorT. Wilson, from all obligations to labor for mo and have sot himjjfroo so fur as I am concerned and will not bo rosponsiblo for nuy contacts ho may make, or other acts ho may porform. This December 0th 1802, Rosino, Ky. 4t V. P. Wilbon. USlilEII: t L Doll Buggies, Doll Chairs, Doll Rockers, Hobby Horses, Toys, Toy Books, FA ST LINE Child's Trunks, Chains, Rings, Jewelry, Apples, Oranges, Candies, CASEBIER'S 'BUS MEETS ALL DAILY have arranged to furnish the boys and girls a good lino of Books for the Holi- OISTE3TO ALL. day reading, such as the Biographies ofem-inemen and the Histories of the most These we will furnish at thrilling times. ALIKE. prices. Call at once. DIRT CHEAP Also our Clothing Stock for the Holidays SPECIAL ATTENTION will present some special attractions in Given to the Traveling styles and prices. Come to see us. Public. nt PRIOB EUE HOCKER & CO. I. V Hitiiip, l'rot. Jo. II. nnurf, Chl.r Of tho Condition of tho Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Businoss Octobor 8, 1892. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills $17,271.17 Real Estate 3,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,500.00 Expenses. 1,515.07 Cash on Hand and m other Banks 39,272.98 $92,589.22 M Also keeps a first-clas- s FARMERS' GIRLS WANTED and jwhere Feed Stable, Liver jou can have jour Horses Fed, and get the best of rigs da y or night. Leave LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $25,000.00 Due Banks 20.00 Interest aud Exchange. . . . 3,748.59 Reserve 862.31 Surplus Fund 2,250.00 Deposit Account 60,708.32 $92,589.22 In submitting this we beg to state that our business has steadily grown each month since our ripening, and bv the most careful. watchfulnpss anil a strict observance ofthe principles of tne most conservative iiankiug, we hope not only to extend our acquaint ance, but to prove ourselves worthy the confidence that is being so liberal ly reposed in us. We are here to accommodate tho people, each and every business, courtesy shall be extended to them, but in no case shall safety be sacrificed for friendshin or to obtain bin. iness. John H.Barnes, Cashier. Mi jour & or- ders with tolo-scop- un -- MM SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Hartford - Uluas AND r nt second-hand- ed I havo several tig-t- op Sowing Machines that 1 would gladly trade for corn or hay. Write, or call and see me. Gross Williams. Cuih IniljMHon, IHUomn.u, DjiptptU, Mid. ris, Nerronin.u, and d.n.rtl Dtbilhr. .commend It. AUdecKn Mil It. O.nnln. tMSlMd mule odcoHel red Hue onwnppw; -- browits mon bitters it iiiiiii BOTH at Twentieth -- Semt-Ann- " - PAPERS J Statement FOR THE PRICE OP THE- - OK HARTFORD Juni OF ONE. ALL THE- - now Men of Genlui Aro Teatered. HAS THE At the Close ot Boilnni, so, isea, RESOURCES. Bills discounted $59,317.09 Real estate 3,000.00 Furniture and fixtures.... 1,000.00 Bonds 1,341.67 Debts in suit 743.64 Cash on haud&in other b'ks 40,420.79 $105,823.09 o rail-road- Dis-catc- h. To his friends Tennyson's door and heart wero always wido open. Good testimony to this effect is given by Theodoro Watts, who says: "What has been called his oxclusivencss is entirely mythical. Ho was tho most hospitablo of mon. It was very raro indeed for him to part from a friend at his hall door or at tho railway station without urging him to return as soon as possible, and generally with tho words, 'Como whenever you liko.' Tho fact is, however, that for many years tho strangest notion soemsto have got abroad as to tho claims of tho public upon mon of genius. There seems' to bo scarcely any ono who does not look upon every man who baa passed into tho purgatory of famo as his or hor common property. "Tho'unlucky victim is to bo pestered by lottors upon every sort of foolish subject,, and to bo hunted down in his walks and insulted by senseless adulation. 'Tennyson this, and so did Rossotti, and so ought every man who has reached eminence and respects his own genius. Neither famo nor lifo itself is worth having on such terms as those." New YojJtTribunp. Best condensod nows, Best stories, Best miscellany, Best women's pngo, Bo9t children's department, Bost answers to correspondents departments, Bost editorials. gives away a valuable premium every day for tho largest club COUNTY IN THE NEWS LIABILITIES. -- It Capital stock $30,000.00 , Deposits 70,798.20 Due other Banks 15.05 Dividend 4 per cl.deolared 1,200.00 Fund to pay taxes 225.00 received. Sample copies of the Profit and loss .3,584.84 will Weekly Courier-Journ- al $105,823.09 bo sent froo to any address. COURIER-JOURNA- AND- NATIONAL NEWS 4 IN ,THE Writo to L . CO., Louisville, Ky. bt correct. I, S. K. Co, swear the above to ' . TRIBUNE. $1.25 per year. t d. K. Cox, President. THE REPUBLICAN and the L WEEKLY will be sent one year to any address COURIER-JOURNA- 1892. Sworn to before me this June 80, A.T.NAU,, D.CO.C.C, semi-annu- for tl.75. Address The CICAN, Hartford, Ky. REPUB- - dividend of $4,00 was this dav declared. nv- b le on and after July 5, 1892. A ner share Job Work A SPECIALTY. 9 Go to May & Co. ments. for all freth Wil- PERSONAL II. P. Taylor Is in Oweneboro. Whites-villo. HARDINSBQRG. Dec. 20. Miss Lizzie Skillraan, of Cloverport, visited Mies Mnry Bowmer Inst week. Suit was filed on December tho in U. S. District Court at Owensboro, against Brackenridge County, for the interest amounting to 85,400, due on bonds to tho amount of 100,000, voted to tho L. H. & W. R. R. Miss Bailie Hook, daughter of John Hook, has been very sick of pluresy and rheumatism, Tho Epworth League, of tho M. E. Church, held a public mooting Tuesday December, the 13. Tho Leaguo was organized by tho pastor, Rer. W. B. Snead. Rev. L. E. Campbell, of the Southern Methodist Church, and Rev. R. W. Cox, of the M. E. Church, attended the Holiness meeting at Fords villo !asv neck. Jin'gc Atkisson, John Slaton and Julius Brown, recently went to Oklo-horon a prospecting tour. Mr. Brown remained. Dentist, J. E. Hayes, ot Clover-port- , was in town last week on professional business. Your entertaining "Town Tattler," judgiug from some of bis effusions, is in a chronic state of "down at the mouth." If tho visit of a prattling girl arouses his feelings to so great an exteut, why is it that he has no littlo girl of his own? The People's Party, in this county, was a tail ender in our recent election, but will proahly get on its feet again in time to put out a candidate for the Legslature in '93. Listen at this from the News:"Meeg Severs, our efficient Representative, has introduced a bill in the Legislature, asking that body to repeal the holiday adjournment act, and every member to stay there and work. This would meet the aproval oi every citizen of the State." The News uraly knows by this time, if it knows anytking, that the Kentucky Legis lature is not in the habit ef doing things that "meet the approval of every citizen in the State." In a former article to your paper, entitled, "Court Neckties" the word "unmentionables" occurred. We in tondedbythis to mean pants. Our modesty prevented us from blating out, pants. That is shocking. Owing to our miserable penmanship however, or the very vivid iramagination of the typographer, "unmentionables" appeared in print as "uneven tanna-ble8.- " We can stand almost anything else, but when it comes to our own handwriting being contorted in that shape, we are compelled to raise a feeble protest. John P Haswell, Jr., was in Cloverport last week. It appears from an article in the , New that a Profiessor in Boston has invented a process by which tough bens and old roosters can bo made as tender as spring chickens. If this blessed man can now invent another process by which steak can be made as tender as veal, his name, when he takes his departure from this low ground of sorrow, will be enrolled in the catalogue of Natures' illustrious dead. Robin Hood. aa York-Tribune- ANDERSON'S BAZAAR. Have you heard about the big reduction in goods at the Bazaar? Well it's a fact everything in the house has been marked so low that they are 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. We have quite a number ofLadies & Misses Cloaks on hand and they must be sold in the next lew days regardless of cost. You can get one at your own price. 1 SANTA GLAUS You can get n Doll cheap at ' liams Bros. Call on Williams, Christmas goods, Archie Cam has gouo to DID IT! ( Tho old gentleman came by night and ordered such a variety of Holidays Goods at FAIRBROS.&CO. Popular Store That he simply overwhelmed them and made them hustle to care for them; but now IT'S ALL RIGHT 9 And Fair Bros. & Co. have put everything into proper shape. They are ready to show the goods and part with them, too, at moderate price's just M. Saudcrfur, Horton, called to sco us Monday. Williams Bros, will pay you tho J. T. Felix, Ulaton, visited his son, highest prices forcoon and mink skins. F. L. Felix, this week. Dr. .T. R. Ciilcninn nml ivifn. rn. You can find a bandsomo lino of turned from Wlntesville Tuesday. and Fur rugs at tho Bazaar. Syrnm Dr. W. B. Hayward, Elizabeth-tow- n, Go to Williams Bros, for Oranges, is visiting his son, W. T. Hay-warGrapes, Figs, Apples, Bananas, Dates, Cccoanuls and Cranberries. Claytou L. Woodward and W. A. Wil- Rono, Centertown, were iu tho city Bring your prescriptions to Tuesday, liams, Bell it Co., and havo them fillW. P. Render and Miss Mccio ed from tho freshest drugs. Tichenor, Point Pleasant, were in the Wo havo it uico lino of Mufllors, city Wednesday. Hnnd kerchiefs, Mufls,itc. Call and G. N. Dillman, Spokane Falls, Wash . visited his uncle, Mr. Louis sco us. Sara & Me. Gunther, this week. Tho "Mill" at tho Court House toE, V. Milligan, who has been in morrow night will be something new West Virginia, for two months past, in Hartford. Look out little folks camo homo Tuesday. for tho presents. Go early and stay Mrs. M. H. Ringo, Beaver Dam, late. was tno guest ot tier son, IS. D. Ringo, Died at tho residenro of W. W. a f:w days this week. Loyd Barnard, a former citizen of Austin, near town, on tho 18th inst., Miss Margaret Morton, aged 53. this county, but now of Charleston, Mo , was in town Monday. Tho remains wcro interred Monday at A. A. Sanderfur, of the Union the family burying ground. Manufacturing Company, Louisville, visited friends in town this week. Hardin Chapman and Miss Henry Williams, pf Louisville, who Ithoads, of tho Barnett's Creek neigh has been tho guest of his brother, G. borhood, will be married next SunB. Williams, for tho past few weeks, day. Rev. J. A. Bennett will pro- has returned hoine nounce the words that will make Mifcs Pearl Cayce, who has been them one. attending school here for the last Everybody is glad to welcome H. five months, returned to her home in C. Pace back to his tonsorial parlor Christian county last Saturday. Miss Lucy B. Townsend and her He has lost none on Maikct Street, of his push and vim, but has set about sister, Mrs. Julia A. Wedding, Sulphur Springs, will le'avo y for putting things in proper order. Call Illinois, where they will visit relatives him for the best of work in his during Christmas., on line. d, Bell & Co. for J. DRY GOODS. We have cut the prices on all Woolen Dress Goods and you should see our big bargains. Can sell you a lovely all wool Scotch Plaid Henrietta for 37 cents, former price 50 cents. All other goods in the same proportion. 3yULT-,T2-X In this lin we have also made a big r. re- The Circuit Court will convene Tho Commercial Hotel, Call on or 1st Monday in hereafter as follows: address, G. J, Beak. March 2 weeks; 3rd Monday in May Casekier it Burton have the best of 3 weeks; 1st Monday in August 2 weeks; 3rd Monday in November 3 teams for hire at all times. weeks, making 4 terms and a total of For Rent 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. To Please At noon on Monday the 19th, while Tho Beaver Dam Sunday School all nature was shrouded in the dark has decided to have a "Fish Pond" for gloom of a dreary winter day and the The older Christmas evo night. folks waut a tree, so there they go. But we'll wager our devil that Beaver Dam has an elegant entertainment just tho same. Tho firm of May & Co. have opened a neat little butcher shop on north side of Court House Square and are prepared to furnish the public with the choicest meats at reasonable prices. It is already a popular trading place. Give them a call. Billy Man and Mrs. Nancy A. Heavens, of tho Beda neighborhood, were married last Monday night by Mr. Man forRev. J. A. Benuett. merly lived in this county, but now lives in Missouri, for which place they left immediately after tho ceremony. hearts of family and friends were tad and broken, tho beautiful spirit of a loved one moved calmly, peacefully out of its tenement of clay and Miss Lura Williams was dead. Rev. G. B. McDonald, pastor of the C, P.Church here, was telegraphed and tho funeral announced for 12 o'clock Tuesday. Mr. E. V. Milligan, a step, brother, was telegraphed at Huntington, W. Va., and arrived in time for the funeral. Tho following young gentlemen were chosen pall bearers: Messis. J. H. B. Carson, J. T. Moore, W. F. Schapmire, R. D. Walker, 'Henry Nail and Randall Collins. The remains,"haViug been conveyed to the C. P, Church, Rev. McDonald conducted a very impressive services, reading appropriate scripture and basing a touching sermon full of consolation and encouragement on that declaration so dear to the Christain heart, "Blessed are the dead, who die in the Lord." After the services the procession repaired to tho Carson grave-yarnear No Creek Church, whero tho remains were laid away. Miss Lura wasaconsistent member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, an active Sunday School worker, Secretary of the Ohio County Sunday School Union and Assistant Postmistress, in which places her good qualities won, for her the love and high esteem of all whose pleasure it was to know her.But death is a relentless enemy to whom all must succumb and she, the sunny tempered and amiable is gone, i 10 weeks. Gone Home. SHOES. We still have a full line of Anderson's Wear-forevShoes, Ladies, Misses and Childrens. They speak for themselves,and every pair we sell under a strict guarantee. er The Children. V Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., DPropxiotors- - We also have a nice line of Trunks, Valises, Smyrna Rugs, Eur Rugs, and invite you to call and see our line before you purchase. It will pay you to do so. SARA AND ME. -- CSDOES THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST BLACKSMITHING. r a s ccialty. A large stock of best modern P cws, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J I). WILLIAMS. Horse-shoe- ij Frank Cascbier, of Rockport, has purchased P. P. Walker's interest in the popular dry goods house t D. J. Coleman it Co., Beaver Dam. Frank is nu energetic young man and will make his mark in the business world. He invites all his friends to call to seo him in his new position. A bright young student of the Intermediate Department, who is someturn of what of a mathematical mind, heard Major Stanton's reading Friday night and reports that tho Major, in the course of the evening, referred to no less than eight sweethearts of his younger days. Certainly a good showing. Beavei- - Tam. y. May & Co. arc the butchers. Boy's wagons at Williams Bros. Bring your Furs to Williams Bros. Finite: fmik!! Tor YV ard-Eob- es Dressers, Suits,Rock-er- or anything in the General Line, see Furniture T. J. MORTON. N.N.&M.V.R.R. TRAINS LEAVE HEAVER PAM. John D.Chapman, Stanley, Daviess TabJcscarfs and Lambrequins at county, and Miss Letitia Hoover, of Kahn's Trade Palace. near Beda, were married last Thursday morniug nt the home of the bride's Go ami see Williams Bros, stock s They left immediately nf-t- er mother. of Goods before buying. tho ceremony for the home of A uico line of Holiday goods at the groom, where a reception awaited Williams, Bell & Uo.'s. them. Their many friends wish them The great rovival at Benvcr Dam a long and happy life. closed Sunday night, Inst. Mrs. Elnora Taylor, wife of H. B. Taylor, Prontis, and daughter of W, Arch Cnin has sold tho barber shop B. Render, of this place, died at her to its old time owner, II. C. Pace. homo last Friday and was burled at IlcaJ the oiler we make to new Hamilton on Sunday. She was a consubscribers and to thoso who renew. sistent Christain and died in the BonN To tho wifoof W. T. Hay-war- d triumph of the faith. She was one on the lGth, iust., a fine boy. of tho best wnmeu it has been our Mr. nnd Mrs. B. D. Ringo have good pleasure to know and the loss to taken rooms at Mrs. J. S. Vaught's. family and friends is irreparable. Call onT. J. Morton for Fresh Fruits and Candies during the Holidays. T. J. Morton's Grocery and Furniture Store is the place to buy your Goods. Sad News! We are vory sorry indeed to announce that Santa Claus's brother, who made bis headquarters with the popular Kahn's Clothing House has been very .sick. His auntie always traveling . with him wishes to say that she will sell in his place all fine and useful Christmas presents such as fine Neckwear, beautiful silk embroidered-anpatent leather slippers, nice Silk Mufflers, Pretty Handkerchiefs, good cardigan arid' smoking jackcts.and many other useful articles. $100 Reward $100 Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been abloto cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh B. DRIVER, Manager. Opposite City Scales. Cure is the only positive cure known We do work as cheap as anybody, quality considered. Repairing and Catarrh to the medical fraternity. Give us a call. BUGGIES FROM $35 UP. being a constitutional disease,requires repaintingdone promptly. Hall's a constitutional treatment. Catarrh cure is taken internally, acj-..ting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the ROOMY. disease,and giving tho patient strength . by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith jW in its curative powers, that they offer one hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Addrcss,F.J.CnENEY& Co., i 1 X! if Toledo. Ohio. 6tnd for catalogue of 1 m fr Sold by all druggists. our full line of two aad rour.wbeld work. BiiT Qervfc's rompanY 6i' Our Phaeton, LIGHT. m ELEGANT. -- BBByMjSNjF tVmmKmf TRUSS OOINCJ WEST. 2"10 11.30 No. 5. Mull and Express No. T, Umeted Bipross TRAINS (101NO . EAST. '" r.. Ho. if .11 .ml Einri i Limited Kipres .1:41 r. it. ,l,(lt. FRIDAY.DKOEMBER 23, 1892. Let overybody attend tho Christmas trco Saturday, Dec. 24th, at Clear Run, ': y "J f Silk embroidered suspenders and gloves at tho lowest prices this week For Sale. Kahn's Trado Palace A good farm containing 212 acres at clearcdjgood f of land, About Fun Cais For men and boys Improvements; well watered. 'Lies only a few left at remarkablo low four miles South of Fordavillo on tho prices, nt Kahn's Trado Palace. extension of tho Owensboro & Falls of Go to Kahn's Trado Pnlaco for Hough railroad. For terms, call on or your clothing; you can buy there MoIIknky, John J. address, what you waut at your own price. Hartford, Ky. 8 tt one-hal- The best law office in Hartford, ap-ptf to John J. McIIenry. n For Rent. - ly thief Some, so far, unknown entered Rowo & Morton's store, at Centertown, Sunday night and stole several dollars' worth of goods. Have you ever thought what a handsome present an overcoat is for Christmas? Go to Kahn's and get one of tho best at your own price. Bring your little boys to us and wo will dress them in a fine suit of clothes and overcoat for $2.00 during Christmas week. Kahn's Trade Palace. Tho German class at the College, conducted by Mr. Fred Barucb, will close on tho 20th of this month. How much his scholars havo prospered by taking this term, is left for them to decide. They nro all now able to write, read, translate and speak the For translating German language. from English to German, or vice m veisa, Prof. 6. M, Shultz got the A erottntnt ruM Notice. That's what Dr. first prize Woodbury's full course in All persons knowing themselves Qolden Tanner' Esq. Er- indebted to me are requested to call Germau and key to same; lUUet la. XI U a ou M. L. Heavrin, Hartford, and nest Tracy, second prize German reaching Resp'y, Reading Book; Prof. J. W. Lytle, settle the same. ul curing It L. T. Cox. who has been pressed with other lot tad pain accomwork lately, got tho third prizo a pany Inflammation, Raley-SullengGerman Heading Book. no it always cure James Raley, of Rosine, and Mr. welling end pats. Mrs. Sara P. Sulleuger, living above Under whatever name Inflammation la found, one there win Golden (and lea town, were married yesterday at the Belief the listThus Ions that H win cure a ielon, It la enre. The groom applied externally, and also a oneumpUen, residence of tho brjdo. Inand the bride seventy. taken In I drop doaea on small lump of iccar? is seventy-fou- r ternally. YouhaTaaoro,trulicdflnser. Verily it is an old heart that love the Belief on tt and be aurpriiad bow quickly It U welL On any ether sere It la the aamo. Ona can't warm. drop applied to an old aore wlU cauae it to heal or. F. C. Bennett and Miss Lillie Call on Cosebier it Burton for con Calloway, both of near Beda, were veyances all hours day or night. married last Wednesday evening at 5:30 by Rev. J. A. Beneett, at the Briolt for Sale. M.E.Church at that place. Attendant?, 150,000 good brick for sale at Mr. Elliot Greer and Miss Stella Hartford, Ky. Parties wanting brick Bennett, Immediately after the cerfor any purpose will call on or ademony the contracting parties, with dress E. L.a Herring, Hartford, Ky., their many friends, repaired to the who will fill all orders at reasonable home of tho groom's parents, where a prices, tf handsome reception awaited them, iii Bennett-Callowa- y. D. M. Scchler Carriage Co., Mollne, I. III. Why .uflcr from the ton! cflect. of the LaOrlrpe. iJime B.ck, Kldn.y and nwnni, dl.canc, Rheumatism, Indigestion, uj.pepsu, any Kino 01 (IIead.che wnen Electricity will euro you nd keenyoij In hejlth. minute.) To prove this. 1 nD JIJDD S ELECTRO BELT , S3, 10,110. ana iid, u wui.neu. ni" r.irvinc last lor ". A pit aad to suit, and Cost nothlni le try then . Can V renulate.1 Electricity to guaranteed to Medical aJrlce. shock. Free produces hlnetf. .,. ..... nvlhm and Hillsuffliient enM .. fiftrtlCU -- . le II TO WHIM llirBBUio, aewv Address DR. J IT nit. netralt. a At-eatWanted. FREP "'"TJ .. uun TAX-PAYER- S! You will do both yourself and me a favor by calling upon me or one of my dep uties and paying your taxes before the six -- ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR anr one of either sex In any part of the oountry, who Is willing towork Indas. trtousiy at me onipioTmem wmen ne rurnito. The labor Is light and pleasant, and you run no risk whatever. We St you out complete, so that you can lire the business a trial without expense to yourself. For thoso willing to do a little work, this Is the grandest offer made. You can work all day, or In the evening only. If ou are era. plo) ed, and have a few spar, hours at your disposal, utilise them, and add to your Income, our business will not Interfere at all. You will be amaied on the start at the rapidity and eas. by which you amass dollar uion dollar, day In and day out. Even beginners are tuectiilul from the none first hour. Any one can run the business (all. You should try nothing else until you see for yourself what you can do at the builnese which we offer. No eapltal risked. Womea are grand workers; nowadays they make as much as men. They should try this business, as it Is so well adapted to them, write at once and see for CO., yourself. Address II. HALI.KTT Box SIM), 1'ortland, Me, Is easily earned by THE Red Front -- percent, penalty is added which will be done the first of November. Please at- i IS- jmowK'i mow nrrrraut auiawau Contains On IlssutlreU Hc,l,J,or!nR!,Jy and Idb delleloua Candy cheaply away uulclt ul drug Ihli booltla given general (tore oil Weakness. Malaria, dlgeellou M4 Chock Full Few -- rigs and good horse day .or night, call on Casebier & Burton. For good feeds, good after all elae has faned. Coldtoree on your lip are eured by it la ese alfht. Yen bar tried it OF- Hen Have legs ot Equal Length It enree avleUr. . ttt udhbuum, For sale br nil deeietn . .... l Mti And consequently It takes different Go to sizes to fit them in trowsers. Kahn's Trade Palace, he baa all sizes and qualities always in stock. for aorothroat tad found yaareolf cured almost Ions are aore-tnfli- awd at aoee. Now ilftrfoHyoarealMkaamatloaof lb Ismta. A It will ehrealfl eoofh OeaataapUon la on or your luacm. 'NoiaBaaMBwoa,Boeonatrmp-tloo- . It will not porta lilbawiH n to eilaV Tbla la why II euros awWaroHMt aa it would aore throat, or twa, Mom, a toetbache oraMuralfta. The aore ta pour luf la healed and yon are wen. One aore U not much unlike aaether. No lalanuaatloa, no aore, no A tableepoonful auraa La Orlppa. If aatlafaetloa net flit money refunded. It MTordlMPPOisav, Take bottle hoaie ,yr y.. tend to this matter at once and save costs. Yours, &c, S. C. TAYLOR, Sheriff Ohio Ci. Weeding a tonle. or cklldren that want buUdtBf should take r tton.andhfllousaeas. It ia pleasant iiuiw Malaria, brown's take, cure.Birraju.luiUfel to All dealara keep U. VJJ M3 Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DKCEMJlMt'-'-:. ' 1&02. Diocl. Qlole'J)cmocfDl,' How Famous Rulers King David tiled of old nge. Louis XVI. died on tho eeuflold. Hich.-irIII. was killed in battle. Aliraluun Lincoln was assassinated. James A.Unrliold was assassinated. Charles I. Knglaud was beheaded. Louis V. was poisoned by u 4110011. Attilla the Hun died in a drunken spree. Mustiiplui II. wadstiangled in prison. Darius Codoiuus was killed in battle. Milliard Fillmore died of paralysis at 07. Andrew Johnson died of paralysis at 74. Achmet 111. was strangled by his guards. Chester A. Artlier died of apoplexy at .r6. Louis I. died of a fever during a campaign. James II. died in exile of gluttonous habits. Nerva was supposed to have been poisened. portraits of Parisan jotirnaliets, with A cuiious sketches of their work. bit is found 111 the contrast of the double fiontispicccs which adorn tho magazine on one side the marvelous painting of "C'oiupierors," by Fritel, which attracted so much attention at the last Paris sol on, and on tho other "The Conquered," by Anton Dietrich; in the one the heroes of war moving down tho visla of of tho centuries in tho inagniliciciit array between ghastly lines of naked corpses, the other the unfortunate of all times and laud flocking beneath the gentle band of the loving Christ. The Cosmopolitan will ma-- k its first edition of loO.OOO copies that for January by the oiler of 1,000 free scholarships. In return for introducing the Cosmo politan into certain neighborhoods the Cosmopolitan offers to any young man or woman free tuition, board, lodging and laundry at Vale, Vassrr, Harvard, or any af the loading colleges, "chools of art, music, medicine, or They send out a pamphlet science. on application telling how to obtain You one of these free scholarships. can get the Cosmopolitan and the Kct'l'iiMCAN one year for 3.00 Hop or t, Of district No. INS. .Muiiiieo Reed, teacher. Burtio I'.iriiurd 119, Mary Taj lor US, I.. M. Sinderfur 00, Ada Leach S3, Irene Wise ST, Minnie Taylor 00, Susio Mosely 00, Jano Mosley ill, Virile Moloy SO, Garfield IJarnard OS, Otho Leach SO, Lesley Leach OS, Sam Sorrels 03, Evertt Sanderfur SI, Adrian S.inder-f-ur SO, Hob Htirunril 07, Charley Barnard 07, Dotilmni Lead. 80, Harry Baldwin SO, Romio Baldwin 76, L110 Toneueo U',), .Maioio Leach 77, Bello l'atton Ml, .M.tio 10, Oldham 03j Herbert l'atton Thornton l'atton 30, Freddie Bat ton 30, Robert Torrenco 33, .Mittio Sanderfur, Orin Leach and Clyto Taylor absent. The Xew York Tiibuneis a newspaper to winch the peoplo of this country in general and especially tho Republican party have always turned, instinctively, to public emeigencics, for calm and courageous counsels and a brave rallying cry, Never losing its head, never misleading the public by sensational utterance-1The Tribune has many times calmed the publio mind in times of disaster and led the way out of difficulties by sound ndvieo and its own patriotic and well dircctd efforts. The Tribune dues not, font moment, yield the point on which the Presidential campaign was fought. It believes that the working men of this country have been deluded by (icmagocues; ami that tliey have etiuck blindly at the very system under which they arc prospeiing as they never have done before in their lives. The Tribune's prospectus is another evidence. Republicans in this coun try will do well to subscribe for the Tho Tribune this year in combination with their own local papers. . j1tsii!i nm i i vi.wM.vvai HLi!tinjB&iwsaiemiimifKametmmti tagMrviaawMSBfcBgyjSBcrjETJLTrga.rirVtiJaiia.uitTswtrt m& tain. V i T' VXOTTSl.1. W.' Uci -- i iT & 2, i, Tho following misplaced letters constitute a wliuii properly urmii"Ctl tno namo of tun most popular music pub- - T licatioii 011 tho continent, and tho publishers of Tho Canadian Mi- l- I sio Folio are offeiiug a IY10 Competition in connection with it, t lift $ soio otijoci Doing attract atieiiiiou to tneir Handsome puiiiicaiiou and increase tho c'rculation of it. As to tlio reliability of Tho Ca- - ) nadian Musio Foli ) Company, and tho estimation in which thoy aro hold in Toronto, Cuiada, whero thoy aro best known, contes'tan's (( in this conipetitii aro referred to any of tho "Mercantile Agencies" j or leading Daily Newspaper of Canada, who will verify tho state- - ri iiiunt that wo nro tho only house in tho Competition business in w Canada that faithfully carries out what it advorties, and is tho only advertisement of this kind that Tho Toronto Globe, tho leading Canadian Newspaper, will accept, which is but another proof of our integrity.. EXPLANATION 1 ( lilt 1 iJsS,vV S- - s w-M- r K3i I j; , ' 11 further-more,"Ou- rs" ' " 'c mf. V.V 'ji' hi i M'k JlJ Waa kloly in ycubh and' (ovh - I 1 I $ l : m mi) f. A IG) ;; i '4; I.' y X 0, j Vv Y ,i 1BI 'M 'y General Grant died of cancer of the throat at !'!. Kmperor William, of Germany, died of old age. Tiberius was smothered by one of his favorites. Louis V. was poisoned by his moth- er and wife. Solynmn I. was dethroned and & inrrwiiEX murdered in prison. L0USVILLE and MEMPHIS, Henry VI., of Fngland, was murdered in prison. PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' Mustapha 1. was deposed and rno.M and to in prison. strangled Charles III. LeFou was deposed i.)iisviM,i:,ni:.Mi'iiis,viusiun iiaton no(ji:,.uni sv.w ki,i:axt, and died in prison. In .Uriiiphl". George IV. dieil from 11 compli (New York) The Quick and Desirable Route cation of disorders, TO AND IOM 1893 Feodorlll., of Husia, was assassiNew York rhllndclriliiii Ilaltiinuro nated in church. Witfliimjtim Norfolk Old I'oint Comfort Has a larger Daily Ciiculation than Iticliimmd llutT.ilo Cleveland John Adams passed away at 91 of any other Republican NewsToledo UIiIchru lmllnnajiolis senile debility. Cinoinnnti Louisville paper in America. Queen Anne died of dropsy, Eastern and Northeastern Points Vicksburg Union Kmige ninl Meinili! DAILY, SUNDAY, WEEKLY. brought on by brandy. New Orlenn Mobile l.iltle ltoek Hot Gregory V. was driven from Koine The Aggressive Republican Jourand points in Vet Tcnnes-K'Spring Tfxns Arkiitieiis MiiU?ippi and died in exile. nal of the Metropolis. Louisiana !ind the South and Louis Nepnlcon died in exile at A Newspaper for the Masses. SOUTH WJJST. Chilhertt, Kngland. Atlolplui", of Germany, fell at the Tlioliio is thoroughly equipped and In Founded December 1, 18S7. s condition, mid provide nn excelbattle of Gilhcim. in time and through ours John T;ler died at 72 from 11 mys- lent HrrHngement CIRCULATION 150,000 A fkatukk is the timo mid coincidence Copits Daily. terious disorder. secured by thu Limited E.xpre.- - Trains. Kiohard II. is supposed to have Only a mout's hide between LouUvlllo The most remarkable )d Memphis, and thu Li'.- mid quiehet Newspaper been starved to death. rvlce between thu tws eitii'rcvar ottered. Success in New Yoik. Tlio Jehoaba, King of Juda. bied in nnJ nil delred informs-lior. Press is a National su'tund l'V nppl Inn to J. Il.'l illit'iior captivity, in Kgypt. ill lllltii'r Daiu.tir Cheap news, vulgar en?atiins and Lothairc, of France, was poisened W.H.PrautTiCen'l Piss. AyLLsuisiills. trash find no place it: ii.-- e ilmiiiis. by bis female relatives. The l'res h:ii the biigiitest Edtto ial George I. died from apoplexy, inMi nrl 1. ?fl!fl fl1 A nuiiitli ria Ik- una page in New York. It sparkles with duced by drinking. flviVv tW vmwVivv workur; tor in. Pr'ii Pop Lando was supposed to have I'rvf'll'.l iliu i.n fiimlth l.ar"-- iiul iir thir points. Tho Press Sunday Kditiou is n who tlmo to tho Lutinit. Njure mointt.tn been poisoned. may .o profiti'ly rinploypil aln. fr vn.'nl spleudid paper, covering ever cur Feodor I. of Russia, was deposed in t'.nnl nn.l oiti.--JOll.VSO.V .V t'O It. rent topic of interest. JOih ami Main St., lili'hniond, V. and died in prison. The Piess Weekly Edition contains Gustavus Adolpbus was killed in nil the good things ot the Dnily and i.oiisvu.i.i:, sr. i.olis .i ti:.y. n.u battle of Luten. Sunday editions. Sultan was deposed L;:b-iiSt, L::b & Ten! ailnj, and strangled. AS AN ADVERTISING .MEDIUM Pope Dontis 11. died suddenly, eciiniiru: in Ktrarr xuv.i, ivji. The Press has no siipeiior in N. Y. 0.01, .AO.OJ, presumably by poi.en. pAily. lull) Pope John X died in prison, it is I.r. I.auir illo 7.15.1. m. C.C. p. m. XYrsft . Wot Point Kiln. in. ?.M p. m. believed by poicn. Primldilurg 9.17.B. in. b 07 p. m. Solomon died of weatiness at the Within the reach of nit. The Uet'avl U.l a, in. b J7 p. in. Irvluistnn 9.11 p. in. Vanity of human life. Cheapen Xcwtjhifii'r in America. l:ia. in. 0.10 p.m. Otoifrport I0.lla.in. Josiah, King otJudah, was killed 11.11 ii. in. 10.10 p. in, Jl.v.iMlllo Daily uml Sunday, nno year. l.inl-Ki11:13 n. in. 10.11 p.m. In battle at Mejiddo, by an arrow. I lire nNjro 12. ' p. in. It'll ti. in. (i months. " " l.ol p. in. I'..'', p m. ((.otttvillo .. The first of tho unpublished ma.1 ii 0I)e 1:)'. p. ). 12 m a. m. .r. rii'ii.lrrioii terial by Hrony "Ward Heocber 'reDaily only, one year Mo. 52, No. SI, EAST POl'NP, Duly. P.iiy cently purchased by Tho Ladies " " four mouth) 7.13 a. tn. 3; l'p. m. Homo Journal, will appear inthc.lan-uar- y l.v. llamlri ion Sunday, one year .... 7.17a.m. 3.17p.m. 5intlillo issue of tluit iiiagaiutviud prefi.27 n. tn. 4 :' p. tn, Weekly Press, one year Owoiiioro I H.t.1 a, in, S'.n- p, rn sents, among other things, tho great 9.13.1. tn. 5:10 p. m lltnrvillo Sentl for tho Press circular, am. proachor's hitherto imprinted ojiin- 10 01 a. in. 5.37 p. m. Cloiori-oipies free. Agents wanted everwhere. in Ma. in. C.Pp. rn. Slej'httnport.. ino Drikingon Now Year's wn on U.CSn, tn, 7.C p. in. Irrinxion Liberal commission. Addiess, Day. .... 11:2) n.m, 7.11 p. m Hnml'til'iug . ,i Q ift Xy w y Qj ;I-- tnoilioiuo X nr . ...roliat.l ' WllltZl. n. Inlr) I.lttlotllil, Don't Cr)."(oi-nl.-) Ilil-- li wit." (Cu.k- - Soiiir.) -lirini: W IiIih n I ilui.li" Wnltir", tlri'iit Suocrf.j ltnrr.iii. ivoca!.) I "M .Motlior'H "llirr tho Wiiift," rtnltr,'.. M iMifos iii . nil. ... . . . .. .- - .. . . .. Krraii . --mmi.... I p.h iu .i iiiii-iiio nr mo II unt'.uriio u. nnI vtr Mill rrtunilii.ur tnoncv without ipiil.Mo or iiriiiiinoiit. No nniit-mil lfiit.tloo.1 tint dot nun. u lino nliortiKcJ. nrili('iinnilliiii MiinIp I'lillanill Klir nn The pulllln nf Dm- llor-- i' ith 4'nrriiBOmnl It lime hi 4'titiitlrt, milted nt 'Mil, (Hunter. 1 frr i.N .irl nf line I'nited SUtel t tlic llifl jht'oii wiio riuinrr 'ii-- 'o llii-- liipllin-corn-oil- ) I to I lie arronil will lo i'lon n Kiili or 4rnl!rniir .SulVU llr,iclii..iiy ih.iKm Mllh rni'lllinillr Tiro; tn t'irlliliil uill lj(hriinii I'IoiiiiiI I mlv or . niinif n mini's Snllil Uolil Wnlrli, Tnliioil al JI2; totlicfourtli Mill W l Kin- liiolHl Kills, tl.i.ll'.- - nrlirnllrniiinVilolhrfiniiHill lie clwn nil I l j.itit lilnn liln. iiprNpriliP.lUiplii'p)! to tlio mli Sn Ihm XJliilr lliix.il I urn. 1 ' un'i, lntlu npuntlii'lioiif or ii liillll. C.'lllliu'.' llMlipi nr .IJnlli'olIll tn tlio ru'iln to tlniiintli I'rrnrli .illinlil lloi U; to tho tfiitli mi AulliHi Koilulit'iiiiM-rrr- , Mlicrtnpitlui1liiolrorliill.'tloiiiitril Ilniuiiirl l.iillli; lothc rloirnlli Itn.llll IViirnstfr Tnllrl Si'l (l.l ric-- i ; to tho Uprrii Jlusv ninl iniiivollirr uiri in order nfmrrlt, '1 ln Only I'nnilllloiit nrf th.it oioryi imi ttitor imtf uirmv Mi U- ti'rioftlii' ill ) tluoo wonl loruvtly, ninl rnrloo wimo ullli Jo I'lllrril iMO-rni- t 'I h immIiiki' vliiiupH for one utontiri trill Milivrlplt in In our M'.ii Polio v Hi wlioifiiloio i po. in irked llr- -t will lw miiimod the llrt prio ntul tho ulliern In tlir ordirur Hunt. KiiT) htk n linniiiqiiil Himor, nml loiikiinir vxii'tlyorinti liml out the nierliofliit )ou niouctting. lll 1 tflien uu Plcgnut I'prlslil IM- To tliapprroiiMndiiiitllin M- -t cornvt unii, inlittil til S"'0o, lo tho titrt lirraoti fmiH th lnt i'iki inllnjt ii onrnvt mior lll ! mini nlil Smiiliir iinli'li, nluoli-trlkn Ucnilf in in'" Uno tho liouri mul iiuirlor ImttKoti I at tho nivnml truni Ihol.i-- t .1 SiiIi-I- t n8 i nil CatlifilrnlKouiriit ilrnuro, an I inliuilDifnl 111. jli. i- nil in ikol rnotllllltiO liroMo tho tin li.llnJkll...... I InitiiM r.inv. ::.Irmii OnU lli'ilrn Mill. In tho llltlifio!'i tho Bins to tin o IiiurtliSIIipi' Iheli-tiliiml-miili-Ii'ii Sorileo. to tho tixlli lioin tho lit n NMiitinn I'liini. ii initt'ii fii.ii vn.iiiriipio i'iiiio iiiiinp; io iiio iiiiii r liMltr Korlis mill .Siiiioni; totliorinlitli lroiiitlil.itii llllo ( IiIiim '1,,, t.1..-1II '.H 1"li to 111. imlro luciiultio limit Drrl.y hm-s- ; ninth irim li-t- n to tlio tontli Ironi tho lut nml tunny otlivr prli-In pnlorofinorlt. I'rollrli 'lilnn t'liiiM't, W..-ln- ll ionw.iy ffl"inliul'lo prlroi U"....,,.,., ,rito., (,r thoro -- IimiM Ik- - -- o ) 7n th rco l in . I.- fur Uixuik or m.iiiy MMiiluiKiorrei-tiiu-Kcri-.'Iho iiruo. t month. in lni.IinnewsMiHr( i .vmm.K i iirKHir prists imnT .iv. I. iipjt tire it nMnlutrlv uiou for tin Mirini( of . . .. .. ..... AT.. .r" ...! .1... Illll-r" ' " I I ll 11 ."IH'l'l i.m.i.. ll'IIIIH n-I.a- nlmiiliili.iii i.r utir v.-.'- t lit n- - ....Ii1." III! ii mil "lloii'o" Inlho tr.olo niipiil) inn tlio rniimm r ilinit.tnholoi.ilo iirn-ft- . "hiili it euro to "in )mir piuronitiio. no.iiiioiiiiiiiii.ittio- .rr;n,lloo tt.it tho ou .lie lino mrnl.i.t PrlipotiiHtltlontrotiRlit about hy .... ....,.....- pul. uml 11 III III & CSNAIALU I O IN OC A D F I Vvffn!soin CkE-rrEFiociklliKn iv'Z& "'nrm jjpr Her Jbcr.1 counlcrpMivis Yflry black aUina rt J J T !) 2, out r - CLAinEnS SOAP mado onljr bj H, K. FAIIiBiRK & CO., SI, $ T !BJ T HK 2. iff I1 4' 'T (S W ......:::".;::"..".""" .; X ij' il W ? HK 9. Tle Stqdard Wi Register, O'atcnt-- J In Unlf-- J st.iton ami CaaaJa.) In n Prarttrnl Tliirhlnr, Appreciated by Practical llualuca Men. '41 ", W i 'J HUr handwiinvly fiiriiM'Kl ComhlniioB ii I)ol. .Money Dni'icr and Cnhltr. with APacl'iuanV. lacU mid credit Bale. It Itni-iidiiitneintnta, i .1 1 paid In on acrminl. III i It rn.it t.jiulo trace traiiMu'tlont N dla-- i iitt It .. 111 It Mill mii-IctiooKii to r'ty tor 1 tlit lintiMcUonai.fracli elf rk. It limit- .1 enrrku mail tarrful. It lirrpnan honrt man liohrat and a ttW not ttay livrv It I. i - It will krt'piliui-rcntllnfo- f koo.Ii f rta. wy Ililmiionlliiii-isu- ,"' not ndn-rll-n- l to ho rirrjlliinir, l.iithiio tliofollimlii8iop)rli;lu inu-l- in ritliiu- - o lnoit.) cent Kl" In .... ,.viri .... A iB. STANDARD ivno. EAST STROUDSDURC, PA. AND iufii many unira opr. iili riachini) Ixned aearately aud war- iniitil lor iiioyean. l'or (u'l iarticulan aiMrrst time and monty, co., not nunipt, ttrtlilutlilrty ilipnltor thl iiititrtiiiiiriitJiipoir. Ai.r. ni If tr. (b,, CANADIAN MUSIC W ESJ FOLIO, 5" ; Your Favorite Home Newspaper The Leading Republican Family Paper of the Utiitod Stale?, FOR t&:v,'':' Minlniii tliN r.ipor. Toronto, Canada. ? ;51?' o For only $LJ, Cai'h in. Advance. THE REPUBLICAN Give? all the news of Town, County and State, and aa much National news as any other paper of itsehiH. Your homo would be incomplete with out it. O tlrst-clii- -t New-p.ipe- a National Family Paper, anil gives nil the general new" of the U. 5. ami thi. H. rltl. It give- - the events of fnroifii lamU m a i:utfb"l'. It h"j separaie in paittni'iits foi The Family o, and our Yotimj Fel!. Irt Ilnii.e.ai.d Hoeioty coltima enmmaud t!:e I'duuraii'iii of ivi and ilriihLrs. Itrf j,'enei:il political news, editorial ami difcugainni ara C(!iap.ch"iiiT, brillitint and txiiam-livf- . ltd Agricultural department has no superior ii the country. Iu M.irktt Reports' are rtcopihted authority" in r.ll parts of lltf Ian 1. A Ppu'i.il Cnutiaet enablc-- M to oiler thU plendid .Innnial and T''e Reiiiblicau lor oniMoar I ('i-cli -- tew York' Weeklv Tribuno. Ai-'il- ll k N Y. Tril uiif. ri'L'iilar mice nor venr llirlfrd I!ei ublicaii " " ' '" SI. 00 l.'!. W.-JL- TuMl . I- Wo furnish both Papers one year for $1.25, Sul srrij'tiou may liurin i't any timo. Atldrc.allorder.- - to mWl-BLlCAN, Musa-Chale- bi b, SIAUTFOJU) Hartferd, $65 Kentfcky. OUR SILVER QUEEN first-clM- s The Is it possible a Hupgy with Silver-plate- d Dash Kail, Scat Rail, Handles, Hub Hands, and bliaft Tips, fur above price? ' $65 h1 -- g. h. . t!i H, 3' . . - re r- 2 r-.- , . O x. - G Vi X G 'mM, pM. Livery Stafelo. VEHICLES, CARTS. - - o, ; r-- W5J, c HO Pi2-T- -i a "Write i?..isioP for our New 80 page Catalogue Aildress PP2 . rn 5? 5 t of all Mmls of Vehicles. In Momory of Ell Wolls. 3 W W"t Ar, - lint ... Is 03 p. in. .... ji, rn, M3 p. in, 9.03 p. tn. The 'Press, CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. - OHIO, U. S. A. Y I.oulstille, Ky. our number our beloved father and affectionate and brother. Weep not dear friends fin- - ho has EAK AND UNDEVaOPL"? ftpuut his hiit Sabbath on earth. aaamm awaifniiW: SL. Now his spirit mingles with the ho-- t Oruana atrenethened nnrl enlapr r. i i a.un jiaitniiuuu tuu bo'1'i.-uI above whole the jn-- t .made perfect Mrtcurclc, MiakLucloMoftntmory, dln.nc. acrrotiinos iteakneas cnretl Ly tho IU it in the eternal adoration of tho true City JtoniotllcN. tl.COpcrloxi flilmttf.it A written cure with tvi uml living Cod, with him this is the fix lue. Sendguarantee ofpartlculnii to t r rtamp for VKXX 'ITY MUIK.W. mi!AVi Ho end of earth. the sleqi aotl .urlU bccouil Mrtct, I'.iil.i., that knows no waking. He is gone forever let us prepare to meet him no no more. wiicro parting win Weep not dear chihlien your papa is not dead. Jlut sleeps tho sleep from from which none ever wakes to weep. His work i finished his record is r rrv-.-'Mwri closctl and may it prove a title in a MTi iWB iii- rVlffiBD-ntr-l-iiMniucd, ami nil l:Jl..l ju.tl.K. at So let us tmdsd lo lor p.V(i7.M7.T.'.'.'W Out .tilK-- w Homo beyond the skies. o'lMiiiie iho lilllci- mid h piiti-iitan nti timo prepare to meet with tho brother and t1' ii I'ntetit. Ill li's vinl tlnlll Iho-i- H limto (ililu Mlilifl, ''.I II .( ot vA7f.V JltHli) hi friend ere tho sun sheds its hut ling- fi'olil) nf (minium Wo iidiNo ,MI In piitint no tin. i,n fiio ..f i UlAhur. ering ray upon the spot beneath the I M tss rt'll i SA' I lll.lt ii.Iiiiilot lorii.. uml tt'fcniicea to nctuiil (tii'iilK in join i.mi tutu (ouiil) City i.r turf, where lies tho father and com- 1 panion. Herald I'lcase Copy. Ii. hu-h.i- Doc. a.lxitL'. T..e mingled tones of No. 51 and No. M tniko connection at sorrow like tho voice of many waters !rtlutiiu(SMindiy aicopte.p nitl. Iranmon I.oul. tIIio, )lr llnl.iirr A Wrsiern I!. I!., nnd have come to us ftotii a far. wait tound. Fur liirtl.fr inloriuatlon, addro't II. C, JIOHDIT, Cion. Pa'r A't. The angle of death ha taken from 33 Park Row, New York. TABLER'S Coma.mtvi.earcisul BETTER KNOWN AS THE KCotel & Meals 25c-- ; w PALMER HOUSE. Newly Furnished, . t- - Hates $1-0- 0 per day. SliBES HOTHiNG BUT PILES, MMaaMatMMM East side Frederica, between Main and the River, Owensboro, Ky. ,7 Detler in Ilorsos, Holies, Carriairos, Ifoad Carts, Owensboro IMMaWlaWMM MaataaaKM BMaaaaatH i-- j. i SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. rrtplrrdl.jlmiUllDSOV.TitLOUlIHI. (0., bT.LOCIS. UiS. CJL'IS. ROUT, MRS. C. K WJLLLYGlMM.Props. SECRET OJIDE11S. J2"Saddlo or Harness Horses for sale or biro at all times, laaaa ajiani in -- Wagoni. vag WHCBYCUGOTO-OWEKSBOHf- i C.M.I.O.N C-Theo.Cai- Iu ol M, rioiro MtHI Ki titiHky, mertsnt Hurl(onl,Kr.,acciiiitlt!alurtl.ij t'licli tnoiilh at 1 p. M. C. M. IliRaETT, Captala. Sons cf "Voteraaas- IiurlniMit t'amp, 'o. Or. .A.. TZ. '4'iit SMMa-fi'fflaaLxiQ- . at j Jas. I., Rowr,SerRennt. t - H- rx . m..K'&&&-r.Pi t . T7rl. i . . Ii.iiii-i.li.- l - -- n''''umzzmMgsm Oi'imii:r 1 . . I A v;l1Wl& . ,?.'. . 4?r3 i J. WrattOoisriL 1'osl, No, Kenttiekj , met ta eery IlilrJ r. h,, in Coiut-llous- S.A.McSurRT.AdJ. 8, Department of Kaliinhj at 1 o'clock Leilcliflelil, Ky. I. S. Ilnt.Mii.Com. nhm (flue 'iathi'wtun, Ii O '& J- ,7J -- Jt-ZV rrToxM"RiovrotNo. I, Department nf Ken- luiliy, meets viery Hatiiril.i' liefore the fecoml Bmiilay at 10 oVIoik a. m. In tlmcourt-liounoa- t llnrtfonl, Ky. J. C, Cuasaraiio, P. C. J. -- Tho DocomborCosmopolitan. view of tho fact that Sir Edwin Arnold will very likely bo the next one turns with interest to bis most entertaining article in the December on n "Japanese Watering Place," Tho same number contains seven poi traits of Tennyson and interesting views of late poet-laureatu M. Hiiiiup, Adj. In You can get the Hartford Republic- For the fined nnd Most Artht le Work; any size or style. FrcJerica St. , between 3rd nnd Uh. 0m37 an and tho New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. The CALI j 4XtI lark & ptUer, home nnd surrounding, Thos, Gor-mahas penetrated tho mysteries of Leading Fhoiographer. tho silent trappits' niona"tery with n diskodak; Murat Hal.-tea- d profane Jo llr pd Picium Id Imj Stjio ind Si:;, cusses "Varieties of American Jour- A. llurrK CQrOld Pictures Copied and Enhirjjed nalism;" Herrmann throws "Eight on A SPICCIALTV. tho Ulack Art" nnd Theodore Kooo HARHERS. 103 ilnin tSireet. velt antl Maurice Thompson each 'contribute interesting articles. A Opposite Sulor and noar Clovorport HTjkG" 0 WlW&HOJiO, KV Hotel, Clovorpoit, Ky. feature of the number is twenty-fo- il trwitiilliynii nttrtit or MorM-wli- lc lluirimxa iTii'llcnteil nnil entlrily run il,nf from JiiloSn jenra' fctnmlliut, niter nil other ireuliiifiila linrn lalleil, lion tlitt illffioulty Itrt itfluil uml the i'iuio rt'iiioietl, fully explained In cliciilurH, w Itli fillMavIta nnd totlmonlnl" of curca from prinninfiit peopln tnalleil Iree, til ly IHI. .1. FO.ViWl.Ni:, Taeonm, Watli. Si'leiilAi'iill) DE3A.FKTBSS, :ra CA.""i:a and cttsis;, reputation, mmw and Onlnm Untltfl cured at huino with IUI.WOOM.EY.M.D. outraln.Uookofrar. tieillaraient Fltl:K. HARRIS & REED, Atlanta, Ua.OmcaliMiWtUleluUSU I'ne IlroiTn'H Iron Hitter. l'liyalcluru rccoinmei It. All dealer! knap It. tl.00 par little. Oennlna baa trade-marand tuoawU rcdllnca oa wrappm. are mt'iiufacturers of Buggies. Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with tho uonsumor, th us saving him the per cont. usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reas-on- a Respectfully, . blc. and wo guarantee satisfaction. Vt'o oia "ira.11. Xmixl.& I i on nvsriirsiA F. A. AMES A CO. Owensboro, Ky. i.r-